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ffllB IIS OF Cffl
Never Got It. He Says, and Calls
"Insinuations" Groundless.
REPLY TO MR. PRENDERG?ST
President of Ambulance Board
Complains That He Got No
Chance to Explain.
;, ;. i ? i?. r, i -.i ..r the a
to V.?..U I ...us ol
, ,,nti?iii? ;? ri-I--I-1*-.?--. Mi..? he (Dr. Pottar)
- , with charl
rhe ii,?,'.iia'i??ns were
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y. r U.ixiini aS ? '.ni? no Ol x\ r.>nK?lolng
Dr. ?'i.tt. i. i! ?? latter 4e
i- ace until
than tbeem yean after II w? drawa
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STEEL BONUS IS SMALLER
On Profit Sharing Plan Employes
May Buy 25.000 Shares.
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f the
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$12.000.000 WATER COMPANY
Saratoga Concern Formed to Acquire
Electrical Corporations
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BLAMES THE PLANTERS
Colonel Thompson Says South
Rejected Cotton Plan.
w ashlngtogi, Doe. R. Colonel Robert M
Thompson, of New V.uk. head Of the syn?
dicat?* which proposed to ?i'lvaiic?- V'AOlO.OOii
for banding ih.? Boutbera oaiton crop,
blameo the Boathera plantaf fac th" d?lai
in p it tin*-; tin? scheme Into effect tie said
Bora to-ii,i\ that th.- gyndteate was ready
i" pro.i with the flan, whhh ni'-nnt
everything to tha Southern farmei He
ad.In)
We .i:.1 not r.'.i-11 the ['lim. it wag ths
South which rejected it. and the Bouthorn
i farmers arc opposed to it onto Ire-cause the)
do n.'t understand it. They will have to
ci led Into ih?- knowledge that out
scheme Is not a speculative one, as the)
? hi??,.- been led bj certain Interested parties
| m the South t" believe
I li Is, a number of Individual farmers
i "f tli*- s?"it)i have expressed their desire ?<>
us handle their crop f? ?i th m on '.he
plan which w? propoasd for ths entire
pouth This will bo a tost which \.ill ih ?w
? tb< Booth lust wh tt we In?
?tended, and i? iy probable that >y next
I M?iir othern will be Willing to fall ir with
the sch? m>'
Tii*? Southern cotton farmer?- this year
will lo?-.? noo.f-.i.i???!. ?nil th? trouble is ili.i
at leaat $_*v..hni.?xsj of thin ****? *.n bo abroad.
? riie whole country, not only the South. wlH|
I he th<? loeei by ths Smith's refusal to ar
th? economic proposition wo gubaoltted
Colombia, B. C, De? R Colonel Thomp?
i- wrier; .1 1. tt.-i t.. the editor of a
loi .'i i ii" r in whli h ho says that, owing to
the crltl'datn "f his scheme, ho hag decide?!
not t.. press It further for the present He
sa>? he Is not g speculator, and never
i nder th? plan formulated by Colonel
I Thompson and ? aaaoctateg it wag pro?
to advam ? the? cotton growers of th?
? South M a bale up lo an aggregate of
I 00,000 i" aid them In holding their cot
t'.n for higher piieea
Tiie t ?mi w.is not considered practicable
bj a ?majority <>f the traders on the Cotton
Exchange here. Local banker*? and boat?
nen IB the cotton growing states-, who
control tli?? sentiment of the (?rmere
of their rea pec tire communities In market
in?* their crop, also frowned on the ooheme,
?niging by the small rasponee to the
i St i tiie majority of the growers have
born satis'led to Hell their cotton at th?
rent market pri?soa,
NOW CONTROLS COMPANY
Irving Bank, Backed by Wool
worth. Gets Broadway Trust
Aniv ? wee mad* yesterday that
the control of the Broadway Trust Com?
pany hat? been acquired by Interests Iden
with the Irving National Exchange
Bank. Frederick G Lea, preaMeni of the
my, gald that g majority "f tiie
st"ck had been ! of
A number of bankers and merchants will
: i?'i to the directorate of the
any at the annual meeting, on Janu?
ary 12, and other steps win be taken to en?
!.,i_.- th. Influence and buatneaa of th?
pany it is ttn.i? :-st""U that Frank \V.
Woolworth, head of the countrywide
of live and ten cent gtorea, is back of tiie
acquisition of the trust company stock Mr.
Woolworth Is a director "f the Irving bank.
? il stock of the trust company,
which is now 1700.000, will !>?? Increased to
000 The new- stock is to be Issued at
1150 g share, which win allow- an add|.
-?i t.. | e pig "1 to ? -
account of the company, The trust .? -m
will continue to have it?, of*-.
Broadway arid sth street, and m>
ntemplated In th? otflceri The trust
company v
i undivided profits of 1490,000, it
hag about B,ft)0,0M in d< ; oalta.
Th?- living National exchange Bank, at
id way and Chambers street, was
sed in 1161, and in,* g capital "f
- loans of 82,000,008 ami .1?
SUrplUS and
undlvldi - "? t**),000
BOROUGH BANK UP AGAIN
Witness Tells How City Bank
Declined to Help.
? n d Investigation of
,nt.i the affali - ??f the
ah of Brooklyn opened
day II Hall, w n.. Edward J. 'Ira
ham. Deputy Hank Commissioner, presid?
ing and Jeremiah T. Mahoney as gpe-elal
It lg tt.. Int? ntion of the dopai ?
iver If th. re were any i riir.lnnl
? :,. oflli li Is of ta" bank pi lor t<> It?
closing
William s ii o-presidenl
of th? l the t e of Its
closing, was the only witness called, The
only information given by the Wltnet
m relation t<? g 12(0,000 no?,.- given by How?
ard Maxwell as presiden! of the Borough
to the Oriental Bank, of Manhattan,
the former bank cleared, According
witness, neither he nor the other of*
of th? bank knew- of the note until
? itlon b) the Manhattan institu?
tion on October 24, I?07, with a demand
tor furtn'i- collateral. That lad to th? do
Ing of the Borough Hank.
Mr. Hurley told of the panic which led
demand of the Clearing House thai
tiie Oriental Bank refuse i" clear foi the
>? |yn Institution after October 20 That
alone, he said, meant the ultimate failure
Institution unless mor.- money was
forthcoming, He told of how a oommittee
..f the hank's din .tors went t.. tli?' City
l n h and asi;.-1 unavailingl)
'
hearing was adjourned until Friday
BARGAIN SEEKERS SANE
Goff Denies Contention in Mar?
riage Annulment Case.
. ; " rat taed i esterday to agn e
nt. tition that g woman who
a loi Of > ? ?
? 1 mind
' gl O? Mis Henrietta
< ?oodi ' k'.nn annulm? tit of her
mai i l?ge ; i ?- Goodman on ' I ??
It ,? so as of unsound mind ? I en
sin? mai i i? i Mr Qoodman'a mother, Mrs.
er da ight? i
had be? ' times in the Manhattan
Ho pttal, adding thai wu? n ehe loti
ould >.?" i" store
*O0 ni t.?" worth ..f unnecessary articles
; ? ? ' i ' i " Ifoi ria .1. Kar?
I Ml I Bellnli 1; ? .nd and
? what Mr?. Ooo-imaa'a mothei
gald about hei wae correct he weuld say
thai the par.: tiff was not of sound notad
i lice Oofl took the adtneag In hand
I.i w i-h un to bellte?? ?i it the i
of a ihlag madly
?????'.' i ? g har.aii) ?-,?1"
? m ai ? ind mind?" i ? naked
?if they buy un?a i Maar] in ttcleg i
consldei them Irrational," the physician re
i "? aeoessai ** things?" Jue?
iked.
Th.- dort. .... ?lid, whereupon be
..-k.-.i if be ever conaldsrrid himself
Irrational
"Ho," he answered; and that ended ale
examination
Just!? c I ."ii Iliereup , ,* n... , 0m
oo ii"- **r...m.i that there was no
legal proof to substantiate the allegation oil
Mi- Qoodman thai ihe waa Irrational when
on ??! Got* . ian and In? apablg <<f eon? '
ti?.' ting .i i.- m i ladt
CARUSOS STOP RAILROAD JOB.
Moot? i ilr, N .1.1... . special I Loulg
.I Ml? ha ; ' , i , ?o, who ai '
'!''" ? ? "f Uni,. -, i 'a i lao. the sing, r,
? ' at i In tying up iia- preliminary
?a.ok oa the n?w i oi.| tarmlaal Improve
aenti ?u the Lackawaaaa Railroad la
Ifontclair through _n injunction Issued bi
elloi i.i: ... 'ci,?, i ;arusos on ti
i i- r* set. and they all?gre thai
lb? ? ?.tlaoi n. i hi ihoroughfsn hi th?
railroad ha i lefi (hem without ateana "f
? i ? ..j agi <?.-.
10
Bondholders' Committee Names
Three to Bid in Property.
SALE SET FOR TO-MORROW
Whitridge Elected President of
Reorganized Third Avenue
Railroad Company.
I ii'l.i ih? ?ii,1er ?if the Circuit ?'ourt the
f..i-.?]..sin.? saiij of the If? tMipulita-i H?r-?t
Railway ?'ompany anil tak.- place to-mor?
row. an.I the receivership, which licxaii on
(?it-.h.r 1, 1?v?7. will ha ended. Th.? bond
liolil. rs' <oasralttaa of the company hns ap?
point..! K. f?. Marat?n, of Mlalr & C?.? Al?
exander .1. Hr-mphll!, president of tlie Cm?
ante Trust ''ompuny, and ?Tiiy K. Tripp,
Of St.?ne ,x> Webster, chairman of Ih? boml
hoMera* committee, ?v committee to hid In
the property. The upset price fixed by the
i..m is v:...?,.,..., ,,f which JlO.iW.OOO will
KO for the pr..p.rty r. presented by the 5
per cent lmnds and g;.?)?jO,0.>i ?'or the prop
M y pastead iin.l.-r the refunding 4?.
The company xvlll l,e reorganize?! ander
the ptaa put out on November It, All but
about 5 per cerit of the stock has leen ?I??
posited ur*d?r iiie t?*rnr?i of the plan, which
reriuire.l tti-- stock to be deposited by De
er 21 The lnterto**ougih-Metit)t*<>Utan
Companr. as the largest Hto.kholdcr In the
?>!.l Company, will control the new company,
and irlll have lo furnish about $.'.,.*.'"V"?? of
the $7,.>i,r??o new cash required. Arrange
menta have beam made through liniigart-n
A- Co. to raise tola money, and 11,37'..-*) ol it
: aid in laal Saturday, when the stock
owned by the Int? Thorough-Metropolitan
Company was deposited under the plan.
The bond toldera hare ?he rieht t?> keep
al?n "f the property for six months,
but a new company win be organis?t! as
BOOH after the grsl Of the tear as possible,
and the property xvlll be turned over to
this company aa soon as the new securities
can he Issoad. The new -?ompany xviii be
?ailed tli? Mew Vork Railways ?'ntnpan.? or
ii,. New York Railwaya Corporation, and
as the lntcrhorouph Ifetropolitan Company
will he the controlling force, Theodore p,
Shunt? Will be tin- pr. sident. There xvill be
BlM directors, of wh.-ini Stl will be choscri
by the b??n?ih??i?i?rs and three by tha atoek?
holders, si Brat, but as .?...in sa the new
compan* is working smoothly the stock?
holders ?tin choose 8v< of the directora and
tha bondholders four.
The operating management ol the new
Company xvlll be In the same hands as that
?-f the inteiti..iii-?i,.i Rapid Transit Com*
pany. Krank Ilodl.-.? will be in control, with
pra- tically the same staff under him aa he
haa In the management of the Interborotigb
lines, sin.r th.- Metropolitan company
Went Into the hands of the rech eis ??un
Hoot has bean In charge uf the operating
management of the surface lines, it has
not been decided ret if a place x?. ; 11 be
found for him with the new company.
Al-'xaiider J Hemphlll gave out yesterday
a atatent-tml sxtendlnaj until to-morrow th-?
i lm< lor the .i> poali ol the ?'? i?t i ? nt bonds
?rittoul penalty. He said this xvas th? laal
call for the feat bondtoldera who had
failed to rak? adTantage of the opportunity
to -I- posit their securities.
Frederick W. Whitridge, for several years
iii- receiver for the Third Aral tie Railroad
Company, xv.is ciotoi proaldeni of ti., i -
organised company yesterday by the sub?
committee of directora appoint?-.! to enTect
a permanent organization Mr. Whitridge
. i ?? office, li Is ?"aid,
A member of the roorganlsation commit?
tee, in makini,' the announcement. said:
"Mr Whitridge will be fonnall** elected
presiden! by the full board ;?t a later date;
he xtin be ? 1? ted a dlroctor of Ihe roas?
pan, ai y . -?????> tltr.4,. ?
a per mail.ut board ..f twelve ?i?? ? toi
has been elected. They are: .Ibih-i N.
Wallace, Adrian Iselln, Hair? Bronner,
? Tlmpson, Frederic*? n Bhlpman, W.
Kmlen Roosevelt, John \V Platten, Joseph
n Seaman. Georg? W. Uavlson, Edward
\ Malier. Franklin L Babcock and Milton
i'i rguson
'! -? heating before Judge Lacombe In the
,, * gtal i :ircull Court of Api sals on
ii.. motion t.? ?lis? ha??*?- Frederick W.
Whitridge, r ?ix-? i of the road was'ad
? i until tills moi nlng at 10: H o'clock.
?-?
EDISON PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR
w?-- ? ?... -,. N -ii ?ec -7 . Spe. lal ?
"A prophet is not without honor save in his
own e-iuntrv" is a pr-.-'ii. which is likely
to hold ?rood here on Monday, when the
Town Council la expect? I to Ignore ? peti?
tion with tlie auttagraptl Ol Thomas A. Bdl
Bon fltst ?.n the list. It Is said that .1
Aimer Holden. T-ixtn Auditor, is U) h. i.
placed by George F. Zleajler in spit-- of the
fact thai Bdlson, In whose employ Hedden
has l?-en for the lust thirteen year.?, re. -
ommenda bin* as a faithful and able official.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
The following r*eUtlona ?n bankruptcy
led yesterday la the United States
.. t > '..'lit :
NOONE LUMBER COMPANT, of No. M
. , street, snd siso against JAMES A
NOONE, wholesale lumbei dealer, of No,
H Nassau street; ln?*oluntary Williams,
Fi loom & Btrouse, attorneys for these cred?
itors! National Nassau Hank. s**,?t00; Bronx
National Bank, K.700; ''?? rmanla Hank,
C.??, and Bank ot l.--i.;; Island. W.O00 Lia?
bilities aie 130,1)00 ai 'I assets ?...<??> on ca.. h
petition. Judge Holt appointed Krank .1.
IValdeyei receiver In both ?ases with a
, ..nd ?if $:.>'.
B C MARUM COMPANY, clgat manu?
facturer al No. O Becond avenue; Involun?
tary by Mevei .- ... a creditor for
?490, Th- liabilities are 16,100 t?. four cred?
itors, and ass? ta t' ?
MICHAEL ROBIN, dealer In cloak
???u'its at No 175 Seventh avenue; Involun?
tary, by these creditors: Herman k. Cohn,
I ? j Boiomon N st. igmaa. Pf?*; asset?.
l ,000
ALBERTINE WOLF, dealer In clothing
a .i bata al No W Be?7*ond avenue; Invol?
. .i- dltora Sim,m R< sen
lha! <x Brothera, 1439; ltos.ntli.il Clothing
Company, IBS, and i<.nthal, Blecel & ?'
1270 Assets ai-. K 0 "
Tl ? KAHOK PROPERTY ' OMPANY, of
No ' u and "?""?' Bi oadv ? ?? i build
Ins i'-n lu.use? m Tuckshoe; Involuntary,
by these ci"edltors: William R Hurly,
\\ illiain l. 'l'a lor, IS <;-. . nd F ?i.
Folsom Inc., *?:.M?-'. 1'" materials and work,
alleged thai lha company was insol?
vent, transferred real eatate and concealed I
advances ol money on building loans Aa?
?eta are estimated bi 111.01 .
, ?ci, K'"". a'1?' equities 15.000
GENEVA FUR COMPANT, of No
\\ . st 33d street, Involuntary, bj these cred
.?raff Kip Company') M.4; Joi
Emanuel, ISO, and tiles Relman, r:7.'..
ludge Holt appointed Hon? A Btickney,
receiver l#tabllltlea are 13,000 and ih?m?.
n,**00, of Which ??<> I ?t...!< in th? hands
,,*' i i ii ? mat shal
JOSEPH BANDUSKY, tradlna ,.s san
dusky ?*? ('" ? dealer In cutlery, lewelrj a. .
notion? ??' No "W Bowery; Involuntary,
i? thaaa creditors Majestic P?vpei ami
Twine Company, tlt5; Jacob Isaac. 1:???. an-l
Herman Pullnisn, L? Liabilities ar?- $20.
...1. and assets H0,000. Judx? Holt appoint?
e.i Thomas D. Thacber i*ecetvar; bond
S5.00
ANi.rs ll'LEOD, builder, "f New n<>
chell . Involuntary, by these ct*edltori Na?
ti..nal City Hank, $.'<?'. Ch?ties Lavls, 11,317,
?hi.i .1 ?. Mahlstedt i,umi..-r and ?'nal
Company, MOB, all ?.r Nea Rcchelle It
??a- alleged thai he was Insolvent and
transferred three parcels <>t real estate
Liabilities ur?- r7.<""?, and assets "s^sao equity
in real estate
KlliK.lYAN ti CO, (corporation), dealers
in carpets, laces and fane) articles, at So.
IBM Broadway; Involuntary! by iin?e , .,.,]
Itora 11 .-? Ta? shanjlan, I '. ?-" Nam!
Tadross, >!?17. and Frank l>. Byrlanl ??
it u,i:i alleged thai about October 4 ihe
corporation tough! }u<.<*?t worth ?>f mer?
? -iiaiMiih?* and then a?aa only |tao \?irih
i.-ft in the atore which the person In > harg?
.sal.1 h? bought foi 1300 Judge 11..h HP
pointed Harrison H Abbot! r**?celver, ??ith
a bond of l"i
MAX l,i;\'INH??N and BARAII QLICK?
MAN. ?? ?to 1 miipi.se t la firm of I.- ?Innin 4)
tillckman, clotnlng daalera, hi n? 77
Bastei street; Involuntary, bj thaa? cred
Hors: Harria Weinstein, *?-'?. Leon Kru?
tlanaky, WM, and Plncua sniKer, 17 h ?a?s
alleged lha! xtiihin a fea ?laya they re?
moved *?,000 worth <-f K'.ods, and On I ?
,. min 1 ?'? admitted In ?tilting Inabllltj in
|..i. tbeli debts. Llabllltlea mi? 17,??.. and
?????t? 12,010 William l^eaaei was appointed
recel? .1
ROBERT T LYONB clerk, al
Weal frith street; Involuntary. Llsbll
Jl.'.L'.tri, und no sss-ts.
JANUARY DIVIDENDS
. The safest wsy to Increase your in?
come Is to add systematically to your
principal.
Our Guaranteed rirst Mortgage Cer?
tificates are the best example of a
conservative Investment netting 4',%
and tsx exempt in this State.
You can put out, at any time, any
sum from $200 up, payable in $10
monthly installments If you wish.
No investor hat ever lost a dollar
Bo^?^\ORJ<iA-? yUARAf??R (?
Capital 6 Surplus . *8,<"WM),000
176 H'way. N. Y. 175 Rcmaen St., Bkljm.
350 fulton St.. Jamaica.
A $25,000.000 COMBINATION
International Shoe Company Incor?
porated at St. Louis.
Bt Lottie, Mo . Dec. 27.?The International
Shoo Company, representlnt*. the consolida?
tion of the Peters .1 P.ohert??. Johnson <*?
Hand companies, led articles of Incorpora?
tion here to-day with an authorized capital
of $25.00o,?"?)o. The assets Include factories
ii Bt LoOta and In Missouri, and plants In
Springeld. Jerseyvllle and Belleville. 111.
The incorporation was for the largest
amount ever recorded In St. Louis.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIE8._
?/-.attLBB WIluON'S Employment Agency.
T'.crhon? 2224 Plata. Ml East 67th ?t. Sup
r'il*? brat class servants to privat? families. All
r?f?rences Investigated.
HELP WANTED. _
Male.
HF.LP WANTED for the coming ?-??ion; chif
and c*ew, steward, pantr'- und \ard msn, en
glnssr, head waiter and crew, bellmen, bartender,
Karden? r, et? ftrat el?-,?, experienced help
wanted. Apply st once Hotel Sew Point, Amltv
Ills by the Ses. I,. I. Petm. R. It. _
?
WORK WANTED.
Male.
' I'Al'FFRIR Irlt.li. single. 2?; good driver,
mechanic, willing to l.e usef Si ; l?*?t i it? refer
en. e-., wsgin mod?r?t'. IsSSptl tn 101 BUi
avt,_ .
? IIAI i : i:i P White, s?bsrj willing worker;
.an m?k? own repaire; will work st ressonsb'e
sniary V Mison. 1 ??30 pacific at, Brooklyn
CU M irKt'lt. 2"i, mariied. refine.1; good me
' 1 ,ii,l ; careful driver; tws year?' (MUSTiencS!
e*. eilen referen. e% as to ability and character.
'? M . lu.t 27, Tribune Office,
i HAl Il'PlP. Irish. ?Ingle. 20; good driver.
mechanic; willing to i>e useful; heat city ntm
sncss; ?...age? moderate. Joseph Tro?.. .101 Weft
4*1': II
JA PA S ME, experienced cook, young and neai.
want? pOOltion a? cook et general bOUSOWOrker;
pity, r-sunttry: beat referenda. B. t* , 41 Baal
li.th at
MAN. 31; married; able to handle lar?.?, detall;
underetsads ?tet.ogrnphy. bo. kkeeping; cacsl
lent salesman. George Hanken. 1011 I-ongwix.d
ai" , The Rronx.
PROOFREADER Experienced and i mpetent;
verse,] in law briefs, re ord?-; prefer? new?
work II g M. Trlt"ine Office
Female.
lAI'V des] rea line of g.-oda on r inmiiilon basla
to sell In Pastern state?; ?.mall samples. Ad
.'.r?? '' I".. Bos 4''. Tribun? OOVs
\?I1.I, Al'T as g\ii.;.- hi.'I i eni? anlori to ladies
\t?ltlng city for Shopping, theatrea and sight
>.. t i,-; references ex? hanged. Guide. Tribun?
l i t wn O he*, lmvo R roadway._
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Mai?.
I T'TI.::i( El erier.ed; Frenchman, aingle; pri
?.at.- faiiillv or raff, or waiting In ba, helor
Bihrtmen'. soot references Armand. Tribune
I ; tes n ' ? :': i, l ;?!4 Rroadwa\.
Female.
CHAMBBRMAID ?rd f? KAMST P. ?*-.** Under
ing; fotul of children; Notth of
Ireland Protestant; city ?" couatry. i'ooper?
? .,.".7 ?Ith .??- ilftl ?-. '
iimik M.e young Irish ?roman; good city r?f
| . *4o '. . Miss IlofinRver'a Agency,
330 ;i_2 -'.tt *TS . ninth floor _'"?! ?*27 Mad, ftq,
i. OK N: ' voung Irish woman. g??o.i cltj ttt
I.'.' $4?i I.. Miss Hofmsver'e A?? Si .
20 .. "? ninth fit or._
? i.|. , ni i'I.K Urina near Sam V rk
would lllc? t<> nurse < hlld 01 Infant: good
: i . healthy place. H R . Tribune office.
WASHING, i'?.lore 1 w? man wishes fsnilly
washing by ?* eek or dozen; thirty years- rrf
erence? Icrms i-**a_***nable. !*>*? West I32d et
'l'Ion.- 1 ? ; ?; 4 Mornlngs'.de.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS WIM. BE RECEIVED AT THF)
Hur> au if .?-upplle? und Account?.. Navy Ds
;,,?? ... Washington, l>. C until 10 i
a m. .lanuiiiy 2, 1UI2. and public lv oi>et.e,l In.
mediately thereafter, to furnish at the navy yard.
n, N. T., etc., a quantity of naval sup
' Hows: Bell 4124; lllanketg. -,c vi
4H:i: Paint brushes, hat.d find de.-l;
scrub brushes Bch, IU1: Coaling machiner)
S. ii 41."'2. Peed w.t.r lient.Ta Beb. 41.M 1 k
Bterlal Befa 4i>*.7: Pelc-ruses Bch HOB:
i'l ,tir?' Bell 4170; Turpentln?? BUbStltUtS Beb,
?171 North larullna pire. Beb 4172: I*mp
graphita, brown g:ue Beb. 417.1: I.ead
Reh 4174. I'lvlrg ilre?!?fa, CSOdleS S' h.
4170 lira-? calves S. h 417?i; Irin or au??l r*
.mpound. Bch. 4177: Portland '-ii?-nt
?17s; r ncentra'.ei , . | 417'.': Krcsli
WS ter laundl SOSP, tableware Api.llcatlons for
proporf-ali should designate the seatOulea desired
by Dumber, nisnk prop?sala all? be furnished
Upon applbatlon to the navv pnv off;, a, New
\. rk N V . ?T to the Rtireau T J, COWIE,
Paymaster Oeneral, 1' B. N 12 l*> 11_
PROPOSALS FOR PL'RNISHINO
I'M ER FOR THE PUBLIC PRINTING
AND BINDING.
BEALED PROPOBALB will i-e received until
lO.Sil ?.'clock a m. .lanusiy IB, 1*.'12 ..t tbe
office .-f th' chairman i f ?he Joint Committee on
Printing, roam Ut, Benat? C-fBes nuiuiiug.
Washington, I> C, for furnishing the panes fOf
the public printing and binding from the 1st day
of March. I01?, t.. the lath ?taj of r>bruar>,
i.!,; xbe propoiMls win t<<? opened bef?se and
th? ?.wards of conlr?r?s made by the Joint t'oin
lnlttee on Printing to the lowest and best bidders
for th-- Intetreet of the Oovernment whose bids
..re In conformity with the requirements of the
trop, sal? Th* Committee r ?serres the right to
?eje, t any or all bids or to accept any bid or
irt anl reject the oih.r part, if, in its
opinion, auch action troald i" la ih" interest of
?
Blank proposals containing the |n?t ructions.
achedule, and speclBcatlcns, accompanied b)
standard aatnj.les. may be obtained by address
In? Samuel U U'.linelly, Public Printer, Wash
Inat :?, D C
i.ii.'r.oi- will be enter.-1 Into for supplying
uch ijuii lltli i may be needed ml no more
'lb. approslmste estimated quantities ?et forth
i d.iall ii, ihe BObSdalS oinj.rlae:
1104.Uto pounds i,rw> print pap-r : 7,940 niO
pounds mai hlne finish printing paper; 110,000
? un I" sntlqu? machias finish printing paper.
71-'"'" MUMS wove machine-finish priming
paper; 2 ,.Ti>? ??o pounds slz?.! and super. n!endere.i
white printing paper; ?V.0O0 pounds ?ingi- anl
double ooat? I (sag aide) boos paper. 800,000
t oitils single and double coated (two Sldesi book
papei I.i pounds white tablet writing pa.|ver,
.-ni.... pounds ??"!' r.d tabi.-t writing paper; m?..
.*,?*ri pouada white writing paper, mach?n.
I.AgO.OOO l 'inda white writing paper, lof
?irle i. .n ."^?i pounds ci .'.?: irrltlns psper, lofl
dried. 13,200 pounds typewriter par?*' ; 100.01)0
.Mid map pape, , 2 BOO pounds [dale.|
bullet patch; no,B00 pounds bond paper; -.'ih?.
pounds parchment de...i; sas.oon p. .n .is tirat class
ledger paper, mora ISS.OO0 i...;.ii.i. aeond clase
lelger paper, Whit? or blue, we, tl^.",.(?i i pounds
manila papei so.nsi poands manila board, ?u
???i pounds cardboard; C0U0.0M poundi brlat?l
for i s tiostg; carda; iiooisi pound?
bristol i....r ' MObOOO pound-, colored bristol
17.-..I.IH pounds cover paper; i r-00 pounds
blotting papei an) sun.ii.r.! rolor; .'..? i pcunda
. a;..?r I.S00 po inda wldte psratfln |a|>er.
72.'. ream! ? ? ll I I. comb, and lining pHpct , g.OOO
?tereotype molding paper; 2 .?si shoots
parchment ISxfl In ??- T? 000 pounds Mono
t.pe keyboard and ..'.?ting machlas paper. 2.'h?i
i Kreuch f.n|.> papei got) p-und?
ream list?.- paper foe papoi procesa; 10,000
pound? offset papei; I?..V1O pounds manila tympan
paper; SO.?sal pounds ?iping ps bossing
11.000 1.ids iiiilng and stripping pa? 1 1
1 H7.*,,n?i p ,unds binder's t^iards; i;.,ih"ii pounds
trunk boards; IBS.000 Pounds itrawboarda; 1.800
< pressboards; 2.O00 pounds cat I middles
In . ase* where inore than 1,001 reama ?re
aHe-l for proposals -III lie rccrhfl |.,i |,OB0
i.ams ? r more.
P- dir? iion of the Joint Committee o.. Print
mg: s\M 1. H DONNBLI.T
Public Printer.
Washing? n. P. <".. December *>, UM!
LOST BANKBOOKS. _
1 \"!.l?. "'K ?a ??Se IM? of the Pnlnii'niine Sav"
ii.KS Hank Is missing. Anv person having s
i lain, to l| 's heul,) called upon to rresent the
Sam? wttbln ten day a or submit to having said
. and a i,? ? one Issued.
I ANKHtM-K No '77.??.-.7 of Ihe I'nlon Dim? Ba?
Inga n?!.!? i" missing vn> psrsea buying a
. lalm to ?t i? barsbi c.iie.i ut?*>n to pressai the
,i altbln ten dav? ..r submil IS bu>.lng said
,,* i un. .-lied and B new one la-ue.|
1.' .-.'I* OR "-T'di-lN Usnkbt-oli Nu. 41.1,7:;4 of
the Oerreai Batflngs Rank in the ? ?; t y <>r New
Vik ,.>i',.-i 411 I. I hi.' I4tli at. Issued to
l.vln- All person? are rSUttoned against
negotiating th? san,.- if i..,t ratm-nod to the
l,.,,.k OR H" Hat day Of January. 1011 '? dupll
, Ht, ?m I? issued
LOST OH STOLEN HankbooK No ?o.'i
the ijern.an Savings Rank In the rity of Ne*
y.,rk corner 4th ave and 14th si. Issued to
Ie*ah rohen All person? are cautlonsd again?'
negotiating ''"* 'tme If no' returned to the
lb? .'1st da* of Jsnusrv. I!?I2. ?
n t.- wn: te Issued _
ink!.I. No :,":?*.!' l-eamen? Hank
I.'.ST P
f, ?Mivtnga. 74 and TO ?Vail St., New V?rk
Paymenl strapped "'"1 *i.'-eli?tioii applied for
p, e,i... t etui tl to bank_
LAWYERS.
lAMe-f A. OnAT. OOt NgELLOH AT LAW,
ro.ius 1,0.1 1.02.1, Idsrbrldc? Uuliding. l.tm
n....l_ay -orner I4IS st
TYPEWRITING AND TYPE.WRITERS.
?. i, |, i; viginLK, 71? \s-iau at Catalogua
fi?e ?11 makes taken pan payut-OBt; bargain?
In Undeiarosla Rtmlngt.ii*, uii.eia, emltiis.
RESOPT*.
m-.?? "l'MSr.l
yDarlborougb- Blenbctm
ATLANTIC CITY. BJ g.
_Jaalah Wlilt? S Bon? ?'.mpinf
LONG ISI.ANI?.
? "?.i'K-SIONH TO HKNT f?>l! THK SF.AS??N
Mathlnt, Inn.?.-?. Is.wliiif alley?. poo! hihI
billiard room?. Ott k prlvll??jsa r.?i|ulrlng 2?> or
rror* roaboats, laun-hes, StC.; barber ?ho;-, taller
?l.op, ?te. Apply at one? Hotel V,.w l'oint.
Amltyvllle-b> th ? S'a. I. I ? ?n?- hour out by
?he tvnn. H. R Ce
PUBLIC NOTICES.
CONTRACTORS
BIDS OPENED JANUARY 11. 1912,
for the conxtnn tion of Section 3 of the
Lexington Avenue Rapid Transit Rail?
road <>f New York ? "it v.
2.611 feet of f.nir-track subway, In
Broadway between Howard and Rleecker
Streets
Write or call concerning forms of con?
tract??, plans nnrl specifications.
PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION FOR THE
FIRST DISTRICT
154 Nassau Street, New York City.
INSTRUCTION.
For Both Sexes?City.
The Berlitz School
of Languages
Mai.?'." Bouare (1129 Rroadwa? ?.
Harlem Bran, h, 7>.4.'? Leaoa A?... ni l'JTth St.
Hroak!
?220 I I? lna;?ton St.
CDAUlCU FRENCH. ITALIAN.
Or Allldn GERMAN. BNOLIgfl
Taught b? Nati?? aradoatad Teacher?.
THF. ITALIAN SCHOOL OK LANGUAGES.
?ii,-. ,vrn Avi-:., ????I'.NF.P. :;-?!> ST.
Miscellaneous.
TRINITY il 'M)-: s. il.-?n. Hood bo?rd\
m.ith-?r'n ...re; t. rins m.-lcrate IlttSlC I.in
(?ua?;??. i.ra?? ina, backward pupils advanced
Mr? ?'api. .' Y Hi:.-'. RoasvlUe. -. I.
SCHOOL AGENCIE8._
An,en. un a I m-imi I radiera' Auen, y.??.up
pi!?? Professor?. T'-ach.-r?. Tutor?, Covern???.?,
etc., to Co)lrs?-s. School? and Families. Apply
to Mr?. M J ?'oifig-F-.ii'on. CH Union Suu.r?.
_ DANCING.
DANi'INO ?auaiit (privately, gracefully) by re?
fined lady; wall-. ttC DANCING. TEACHER,
4? W. 3??h __^_
DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
Zl DtSKS
Office Furniture
In treat variety of
Styl? and Price.
T. 0. SELLEW
111 FULTON ST
FORECLOSURE SALES.
.-; PREMl* ?.'OVRT, ? ?ol'NTYOI-' NEW YORK.
?:-.. ge U 111 i 11. Plain t Iff. ng.-ilnst Mutual
Apartraea? Ce., el al, Defendant?.?-In pur
SUSnce , f i judgment of foreclosure and ?al?.
duly mad? BB4. entere.! In the above-, ntltlei
a. tion and bearing data the -Oth ?lay of No
v.mb.r. 1911, I. trie undersigned, UM liefere?
In ?,i .i ludgment iimii?d, ?tin ?rii at pabilo
a u- t loi, ? ill? Exchange Saleroom. No?. II
M Veeey Street. In ta? Borough .-f Manhattan.
? 'ity ?if Kew York, on the 27th day of l)c
cetnber, 1011, at IS o'clodi noes on that day.
by .Toic'ili P. Day, Auctioneer, the premisas
directed by said Judgment to be ?old. and
therein described aa f-ii:-i?ts. All Diat certain
pit ce --i j-.r-ei of land, situate, lying an?!
bring In the lioroiiaii uf Manhattan, City of
Ra?a Tork, bounded ?nd rio.rrlbefl .,? follows: I
Beglnntns -it the corner formed by th? inter
eection --f tha northerly sida of 180th street,
ami the restart! side el n/atlaworth Avenue;,
running thence northerly alon? the westerly j
?lo? of (Vada? arta A\enue. no leal ?'. Inches; '
thence west rl parallel With the northerly
. ? of ISOth street M feet! theme southerly
arltn th? ?reeterty aide of ?Vartswortl;
Avenue m feel ?; Inch?? thence ???teriy again
ptrailel with ?h. north?rly aid? of i?>oiti street
to fe.-; thetici southerly again parallel with
th? ?raster ? ?Id? of W*?laworth A*ran*M 7."?
feet to tlie norther!/ aid? of 1 ??0th Street;
tl.nie . a?t>-rl> alone the sume tMJ feet to the
nolnt .<r place of beginning.
Date?, N "? x-rk. December 1st lilt,
MAURICE OOODMAN. P.efere?.
HOUSE, OROBPMAN * VORBA?8. Attorney?
for I'iaiiillfT, li? Broadway, New Tork
?V
The following Is a diagram of the ?roBsttrty
to lo. ?uld;
rg
no !*<
:...
1 SOth BI : ? ?
The approximate amount of th* lies or
to M'.laf) ??ht.h ?he Bbove-descrlbed
property I? IB I ? SOlt., I? Thirty thousand a|x
hundred r.i.d seventy-nine and 89-100 .$.1..,
c,T!? :;'.? i Doila 's, with Interest thereon from the
?>ai ,;,,.- ,f November, IB11. together with
nd .. c ? amounting to $??' i S&,
nteresi from December I, ISll, together
with Hi- expensas of the sala Th? approxi?
mate in i-, nit of th.- t.ixe?, aaeeeamenta anil
u iter ratea, or other li-?ns. vstii<-ii or.? to be
allowed '" th. purchaser ont of tho purchase
m.y, ?-r paid b? ih? Referee, is |3.30T.ia
,,,.,1 n?'-1 ??? ??'? b? premises ;?r? sold subject
to ar.v ?tut ? of farrts as shown on as accurate
survey; siso subjecl t-- ^ Bral mortgage
lo ??cure ' ? 01 of the ?mi nf On?
hundred snd slaty thousand (IIW.OOO) i?-?i
lar?. With Interest thereon at ?he rate or ."?-r,
from luly I, 1911, principal sum of which
.[-?i; ,s- l. due and payable on or ui.out
January IS, 19)18.
Dat'd, New Tork, December I, 1911
MAURICE OOODMAN, Referee.
The fue?;,line >.,.> ii lure!... adjourned to
December 29, 1911, at the same hour
in.i place
i -i ted, N' ?? v-.ii-. i.bar ST. IB11
M.xrpi.'i: .;o?ii?MxN. Referee.
SUMMONS.
THE SUPREME (X>URT. ??.'. N!'V <>!' N!W
x?>HK. ii. Meredith Arnold, Plaintiff, against
wniiam w. Pen field an.l B? Jean Nelson I'en
flelil, tils Wife; Mina A 1,'inifil.n ; M.i
I.oh Individually m-i .-?? Bxecatrls of tha laal
XX'IU and Teatament of Charlea A. Lleb. d?t??aae<?;
I'hiir'.es- c. M?-!-; Edith M. L Hartshorn; Telle?
ment II--.ix-? i '? pa ' of New
Y'.rk; Richard M. Bhoplance; WtlUaRi C Arn >,i
si ? .n.iiiix'.iator of the Oooda, Chattela and
?Y.-iu.?- ,f Auamata .x Jefferta, l???eeaed, Defend
ant?. Rummona. The trial of this action
in the County of New Tork. To the above named
n,i? .ir 1 r\,,-h of them: Y-u ar.- hereby
sommoaed t,. an??, r th? omplatat In ?hi? a tl??,
un.i to ?.r??- it ropy of '...ir answer on the
plaintif*"? Attorne) ??niiiu t??.?-ity days after tha
.iiiiii.ix. axclualve of t ly oi
aervtee, an.l la ? ? ?..ur faiiur? t.. sppear, or
anstsiT, ludgmeni will i* taken asatnst you by
default for Ihe r.-ilef demanded In the ..-iiiplalnt.
Dated, Nea Tort November 14th, ion
WILLI XM ?? ARNOLD,
Plali n't ? xt.
Office and P 0 Address, IM Broadway, Boroiish
of Manhattan New x --tu f*I(
above named defendant Mina A Lengdon:
Tin? f..r.ai.int aummona la servad upon you bj
P lb I...?!..n purauanl to ?n order of th? Ilonoi
ablr John Kord, h Juatlce ol tha Buprem? Court
Of 11,^ StHl. Of N. ?? X.-K. ,!a.e.| th?
?r, 1911, and : 1. d with a oopj of th..
rein in the ?>fTW of the ?'lerk i f tha
County nf Nr--.?- Tork. a? the Count) Court Hou ?
m the H.ugb of Manhattan, City, County ana
si?!.- of N? ?? v ??'<. the oriaiaal summ na ami
rifled . ,alnt lintlna; L'en filed in ???? 1-1
Clerk'a ?ifTlre on ihn utti day ?.-f November 1911
Dated I?.- - rab? r nth, inn
UM.i.iAXi c iRNOLD.
\i'.-1 n. t . I"
?if* . ?? i t Offlee addresa '... l?o in. a '
way, Borough -' Man ..?t..?.. Cltj i N-?-. rork.
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
THE* BBTATE Or* HE.VRT smith b'aj
-?ii?e,i in pursiiiin.r in arder ..r Hon.
Kdwani T. Btekea Bui ogate of r??"x County,
Ne.? York. aet!e? la herebi k??-.. according
tn is?? that ih? underelgaed .m?.' of the h^ira
un-1 ne\t of kin ..f It? ".rv Smith, Lite ,,f n,M
f Ja ? ? ? \ \ . , i. ,
ii,ten?is to appl) to i Buirogate'a t'oun ..f
Esses County for letters .-f administration
iip..u ths estate of Ih? asid A.seed upon in.
??itiiie --f a bond in an amount to be flx?><l
i,., the lairrogats --f the said Count? ..f K??e?;
In acc..r?l'?n-? ??.tii bee tion '.'?i.ii of the Code
.,f Ctvtl I'ro.i-ilure, ?nil |hal ?II persons liatlnt,
claim? ?sain?! the estate --f the ?uld Henry
Hmitti . .i.e. ?s,.,? i are i..|:i.-fi t.. present the
snme with the ronchen thetreof to ihe
gat? "f Baoea County al bla nm.-e in Kltae
bethtown, In aald County, oa or hrfme tha
10th day of January, toil
Dated, December n 1911
QBOROI* II SMITH.
\ - ,!.].? I ..- U-. New X --rk.
IN PURHUAN'tTE OP AN ORDER OF HON
Itni/ert Ludios PowleT, n a?ari?agats of the
? ? of ."?-??.? fork, ?..tl ? la hereby (?ben to
til! |.rr?i.n? having .-Uil-n? Hu.iln?t Saiiiuel \ aa
ander, late of iha Count] of New v.-ik, .t.vea?ed.
ti uraeoBl Ihe same ?i.ti roticheia thet | ?
aubacrlber, at in. j.ia?-^ ->f traitaactlng bunne??.
No t'?? Broadway, B?*rough --f Maahattan, ir?
the Clt| of N?w York, on or before the tilli Jay
of Marrh next.
Datad Nea York, th? :iut tarn of August, ion
CHARt.RB B. AI KXANDER. Eaecutor.
ALEXANDER a. OREEN,
AH'.rn?.?? for Executor, Ne, l'.*o H-.tiidway,
n.iroual. of Manhattan. Neu York < It?. N T.
AUCTION 8ALES.
?' K< ?ItN iti i m. \u- ti.-ii ? r. by virtue
ttel ntortgaate, will sell thai -is- at it
o'clorS at mi ?a,.- .-n, ?i ManhaUtut, posr-er
and band I?jo ? - mina a h?< 11 iron
aplnnlna wheela ?ll1? ?rtaiier, electric
?pocrflng ttiieri., bullton twister, steam
)?? thro? power motors, ali?filn?r pulleys, t-.-n ?
li >? - te Samuel i?.. kl > i vi.., m,? i
sage?
BOARD AND ROOMS
.'.?i n BT., ion w .M Large -n-i muuIi ,.,
nmpie beat; hu? ??ato?, ?seelloat iioaid,
apheaa
ma,
l?l
r
TIME TABLE?*. / TIME TABLES
PIIMADD f IMCC *?'*"???? HncM' l-arjjesl Ouadrti-ile.StMW
UUUHnll L III Cd Turbin* Steamships ?n th' World
LUSITANIAft?'.tl MAURETANAH?
SAXONIA Jfltk CARMANIA {fit ? CAMPANIA i-^.'VV
'Qoeoasteirg ami Urorpool
''.iininen. ing February Mth lbs "Lusttanla," "Msureta ?..?ma" ?4111
sail from Ne** Fork at l A, M on Wedaesdsys, attbjaci 10 th? ?ilientlon of th< iv,m
mander. Instead of '.1 A. M. I',?s*.eng. rs s.-f.ed COld buffet hutch b.twe.-n O I'. M and
midnight Tu?
LIVERPOOL, LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
VIA Ql"K.ENHTOWX AND ITSIK.I \KI?
Mauretania and Lusitania do not stop at Qu^rn^towri '??**.-bound
CANADIAN SERVICE?Portland. London
Regular sailing? <-f Reamera carrying One ?"las? cabin 'lii ?nd Third ' la?* Passenger? only
CALLING AT MADEIRA. GIBRALTAR ALGIERS, VILLE . R A **CHE
or OLNOA, NAPLES. TRIESTE. ntJME, ALEXANDRIA
Write for itinerary. Railing hour noon.
CARON1A.Jan. 6 I CAROMA.Feb. 20
FRANCON1A.Jan. 20 j CARMANIA.Mar. 2
LACONIA.Feb. 3 | IVERNIA.Mar. 2*
A Is rsrte serrlce without ettrs charge Honorer? permitted.
Pier? Koot W. 14th St.. North River Office?. 24 (state St.. Opposite, Battery
M
b<L
Fastest Steamship Sailing New Year's Week
for
London-Paris - Bremen
KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE
Sailing THURSDAY, JA.NUARY 4, it 10 A. M.
SAILINGS
Barbarossa, Thursday, - - Jan. 11
George Washington (?StttST Tues., ?Ian. 23
Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm, - Tuesday, Feb. 6
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
Mediterranean Saturday Sailings, 11 A. M.
S. S. BERLIN (new) JANUARY 20
OELRICHS & CO., Qcn. Agts.. 5 Broadway, New York
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
LAB4_?MT BTKAMBHIP (OMPAN*? IM IHK WOMJfc.
CRUISES de LUXE REGULAR SERVICES
..West Indies
LONDON-PARIS-HAMBURG
MLH, ?iRANT .Dec. 30, _ P. M.
+ \MKRIk\ .Jan. 6. 11 A. M
Ilre Delightful ( mises to I he *.*.<??? Indies. ?p^niSPYl A AMA IM IB, JIM
Panama (anal. \ enezuela and Bermuda. ................
Ie-mvlng New York by the P.UtUI Twin ?WWOMa .Jan. 53. IS noon
tUasaetllsd Rit--?'arlton a la Carte Rea
Sf* U.itL. ?r.'.?**???id J?u??'*"?-?'??''?'? aiCft*" taurant, Gymnasium, '"i-etno Rath?. Ele.
.?.RI0IIX6 mat).IIllfaH,Ml diaU ip rator, Paint asrden. 'Hrunbarg ?iirc-t.
u**_art_ga>Jatt*a^iiiidg=^ .,, ?-?
S. S. ?dike 15 16 Uli an ? $15 X ?*"???,**]m< ?j?* **?
Beery L***rary of Tt-_\ti. . rn-rnwa-n \ . .
Every Refinement of BarvU-s insured. >. *< CIM 1N> ATI .jan. tl
Jin Crete* tt tkt Orient, south JaaarUa, v,< SOASA U l*C ?Orient ? ruleel .Jan. 30
Areumt the arerld, f?ala end rtypt.rtc 7ouri<t I'ept. for Trip? Everywhere.
?TRITE K?)R BOOKLET OF ANY CMJUB.
HAMBURG-AMER1CAN LINE, 41-45 Broadway. N. Y.
A? a ?_ _ l'ier ?Vi. N. R.
menean Line TmLn.
Plymouth?Cherbourg?Southampton
tOlyanli Dae 10 ir*Mal"-peaaale...JaB. li? neaa
New fork .... ..Tan ?I ?st. Louis.Jan. bt
(?White Star Une steamer, Piar .*''.'?
Red Star Line !%"??
London?Paris via Dovar?-Antwari?
Kln'an".Ian. .1 Egalant.Ian. 17
Yadertand .Inn 1" Lapland (new).. ...Ian *_4
White Star Line KSV
Plymouth?Cherbourg?Southampton
Tha Lareast and HIV M DIP Sails
Finest Steamer ULI mi II Dec. 30
in the World. 45,324 Tans NOOM
Olympic (flew).Dee .".o. noon Oceanic ....Jan. II
?N>w York Jai?.. ?1. t'Jt a.m.|??it I-ouls.. .Jan. 20
?Atnertcan Uns steamer, Vtat SA
New York?Queenstown?Liverpool
Celtic_Dae. ?_o. ac-onl Battle .Jan. l"
Aral.i Ian. 4. noon Celtic .Feh I
xi?\a\Z:v RIVIERA?ITALY?EGYPT
Ihe Azores, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algier?. Ville
franche, t'enou, Nuple*., Alexandria.
ADRIATIC . . JAN. 10, FEB. 21
CLDRIC .... JAN. 24, ?MAR. 6
TWO WINTER CRUISES
mmau BeiT"r _? "PANAMA CANAL
S. S. LAURENTIG sSSs!2^
JAN. '0 A FEB. 21. , JIJO an" ?!?jv.ard.
l'H-senger Oftli et, !) It h ay (Tel. MOO Re. tori
and 11er ?f.?. >. It. (West '^d St.. >. Y.l.
BERMUDA
A VAMABt?tt M i AKiM
I-'very outdoor recr-jatlon. Kxcellent v? halbe
tag. ?saiag. boating, venul? golf, cycling. Ac.
Avoid Hea-lckses? by Trarelllng on
THK HACNlri<r*ENT. FAST. TWIN-SCREW
Transatlantic liner "OCEANA"
lA.nOO Ion?; S.'IS Feet I on?
I-areer.!. Kaste-;?. Moa*. Luxurious and only Fxciii
slreiy First-Class f/w-en.er Steamer to Bermuda.
No < attle er Frelfht rarrled on the "Oceans "
riRST-CLASS ROUND TRIP. In Aj fm
rinding stater mi- berth A mesKXC | *-??_ IIP
Be? t^Hlne oa the Atlantic (?Jiff
Plectrte Kan* in every roem;^
5lesmhe-.iedwhrnneces-.sry. OrcheMra. r- m
enade Dancea. Gymnasium. Wireless. Submarine
Safety Slf-nels. Staterooms with Hrs*s Reds.
Suites with Private Baths, Finest Promena.1e
Deck In the World Only dteamer landing
"Passengers at Hamilton or ?it. ?,coree'?
TAIIDI In. ladle? Shore KxrurslOBs,
I UUflO Rotels. Ar., at lowest Ratea.
Heaullful booklei Itinerary. Tlrketa. ete . of
Beraaada-Atlantlr I lae, 39 O BVtf, N. T.
COOK'S NILE STEAMERS
Cairo to l.uxor and the First Cataract.
IB l?l Kgvpt . Keh ?*.
Mi?- i.i .Jan. _g| Arabia .i ?
namrsas the flt Jan tof Remises the fil i-? -1
..i.i nnskl) thereafter, coan?*-ctlag with ?
f.,r tiie Be ond Cataract Khartoum, i'ganda.
. . ' ? .k t- Bxpn m - ?
Monday ??nd Friday Luxurious darin
and i- lal steamers for ctoarter to f-mi
licu arri private parties.
Tickets an.i Tour? for Independent Traveller?
Everywhere, ?srlcta at without Hotele. ei.?.
THOS. COOK & SON
2B" and 553 Flftti hte., 2MB Broadway,
CHIEF OFF!? c MB Broadway, New fork.
Cook's Tratellers' (beques Are Good All
Over the World.
UNITED
FRUIT
NIT. A M Ml II'
Sl.lt\l? ?
COMPANY
New atppaaaeeai Veaeeppet ?nil freight
Steamer? Sail Thuradaye.
12 noon Pier 18, Bas? River (fool Fulton St.)
,1AM \l? \-l'*4N \M\?< ItlOMBIA
rONNKt'TINd VOtt PACIFIC PORtR
CENTRAI. AND BOUTH AMERICA.
17 Hutterv maro, tai. IBM lte???.r. N. T.
additional ?? ??? kly sa tli agt from Boston, Phil?
adelphia, Baltimore und Slew Or!sana 22
CLARK'S CRUISE of the "ARABIC"
T 16,IHK) tons, flne. Iar?e, unusustlv .-teady am
O THE ORIENI
IVhnisry H t.. April |0. 1012
tBtj . i. .in. t, ? anting only gtoo.oo ami mi.
hiding h i .r omur-loiii BFECIAI, FEAT?
IRK?*: Madeira Cadis. Seville, .\:?.ei?. Malta,
Mhens. Constantlnopla It day? In Egypt and
the Hab i""?1 Rome, ths Rlviers. ?te.
I ? ?I Mlh lime-. Hid?.. Nerv York.
DCI1 **n** I IMC Ftet II. Wall .St Ferry.
flCU V klnC Brooklyn, at Noon.
,?i .-in J'j.iii. P. i; , i.a Qaayta, pto. rabeiio.
. aracao and Maracalho ?r?a t'uracao
CARACAB . Ian ;t riiii.M'i-.l.l'Hl \ Jan. II
Foi Bayaguei H i. . La Qusyra. Caracha and
-,' .
UARACAIRO lai I'l 'll.l V Jan '.'4
ouiifH'" .?-'coinmodatlons for l'.i->a<-ii.?rs.
Hllss. DALLETT A CO..
Oeaaral .m_hu_.-i.. *? w?u st.
BERMUDA
"XIORK HKMTIHI. III.W ITALY"
'thh''$10 Vkpd S.S.TAGUSitS
The luxurious* ARCADIAN
Dl?pi?c.?metit tonnage, ii.r.i.
Every Matarslay Commenring February B
rh? Largeel and Flneat steamer In the
Ida a ?:.;.: ;;i $7?.') !'p
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
SANDERSON A SON. Gen.?g s . 22 State St.*. Y.
Tlio?. Cook .?t.- Bon, -I."- and -'??<< Btoa-?.??a>
?J6t and .?".:', Fifth Avenue, Ne? fork
<?R ANY STEAMSHIP AOEN t
B.v ?be ??iiebe. B, I
nett .*?. B,
CRUISES g??an?
TO
THE
TROPICS
from New York JAN.
'.?!). |n. iu.lltig ihe 1-, an -
tlful Windward Islande
anil Deuierara.
? raise ?>f about '** day..
*130. UP.
Later .i ? ires F<-.b.
.:. M..r, h '-'.
RookingS for All <"ru!?e? 'o
West Indie?, ><niili Amerb-a. ate.
THOS. COOK tt SON
?jell I
CHIEF
!? Pro.t, . i
\ ? York.
STON
Southern Pacific Co.
366 or 1158 or I Broadway, New York.
AND POINTS
IN
NEW
ENGLAND
FALL RIVER LINE Via Newport and Fall
River, Lv. Pier 18. N. R., ft. Warren r?t., week
day? and Sundav?. 5:00 P. M. St re PLYMOUTH
and PRI8CILLA. (>r.h??tra on each.
NORWICH LINE via Netv I^ndon. L-r
Pier 40. N. R.. ft. Clarkson St , w??k day?. 60S
P. M Pl*r 70, E. R.. ft. B. ZM St.. ?>:30 P. U.
?trs. MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE.
NEW HAVEN LINE i.v r(,r a. i: r .
I.?.", r M. week day? only. Btr, CHESTER
W. chap?n.
Ticketa. 4c, at 171 Brca-lwar, Tiar.?r?r
Tourlat Offl.-z? and Pier?.
?JOY
LINE
(.BOSTON
-BOAT-RAIL
Krovldence Direct. $1 .60 I Wor?$ter. ?2.40
Daily. In. biding isundur. R:?0 1'. ?I.
Fron, Pi r l'.l. | !'.
Nett Management. Imiiroted Servi.?.
??it? Ticket i " .??. "*B0 Broetwey, \ r.
(ENT^L-miDSON
Pie? :??. N. R it Franklin ?-t. lor King-t. n
I Wet. snd in . 4 l' M i - Poi?ghk???t?ei?
tteek da??. Nettburgti dal > 105 I r.ink'.tn
l.O TO HFKMI I??
Bv Fast Twin Seres? 6. R, BERML'DIAN.
A. F Oiilerhrldge X to.. Xgi. '."> B ?v?. N T
EXCURSIONS.
Cook's Holiday Tours
Atlantic < tl.? .I eajra flO.OO up
??iisblnglon '? da] I r.'.oo uu
oi.i point ? ..iof?rt :; days.... 17.15
?lid petal ? onifort and
?? asblugtoii I .In?? ... *M.*>0
RAIL AND STEAMER TICKET8 TO ALL
WINTER KKSnllTS
WITH >'i: WITHOUT KOTEIA
Bookings for Ml ?ruises.
THOS. COOK & SON
CHI ES? . ?!' ?'!' '?'?. -I."> H
Reymo'
-VIF |^*??f^l
iiilM;^y:
ndt/Whitcomb Ca.225 r.lth Av? ?
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES.
DIAMONDS
Cas 1* "tut tied within on? y?ar.
CHAHltN A. ktlSl, ISO Broadway. Sew .era.
CARPET CLEANmu.
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANINO CO, ci?aaa
b. r-omprtassfl air. aleara, hand or on floor.
ir.V? llroadway. 4.*1 l.aat ?8tu at- COB *
BRANDT Tel. IS2- 3?th.
??W TORK^CARPET CLEANINO WORKS.'
ol sat 1-arge.t Maat Mildern.
FINK RUGS WOVEN FROM OLD ?ARPi?TS,
I'rlira Reasonable. Send for rir.'ular.
Tel. ?St?: t6t?3 Briant ?7-4119 West ?Stb CM,

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