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News of interest i
?to Women*
Stings for the west
Women Artists of New York
Send 31 in Response to Demand.
nut In the wild ?i?' woolly West interest
hl_h ;ir' e?ea hand In liantl with the lise
?/woman, ?lu?*, it IS f=-ld, t<> the art stud
0" ? >??? women's clubs, and the se?era)
??creasc of public Intelligence; anil Interest
art ?n- womsn is <o keen in the "tVeet
j? nfivv t'iat sstut?: ?lealer.? have realized
h?t I'?'" '" ,ni> ''>-> 'l,,'"e.,,'ai moment for
flVstern exhibits "' women's palntft-ga
u-,,.. the newlj forme?! Socl.'ty of Women
rL|ntei?. of New York, who have Jttsl sent
,hlrtv-..n. of tbetr choice.?! paintings to
tttlsfv ,;-' -*tar>>(i poul8 of ,h(> W#rt"
The ?iic-t-stioii came from a man, hut
that most of the oih*-r member? of the clu?.
?rere of the same p-rsoaafoo. The other
officers are Mrs. Thnkln Wry, vice-presi?
dent; Mr?. Katheriiii. H. Hart????, secretarr,
and Miss ?tUetbea l'lait. chairman of the
selection committee. AtrmnR the Rteabers
are Mas Toay Nell, Miss Clara Weaver
Parish Misa, l!?-l<>ii Watson PhelpS, Miss
JHIlda Belcher, Mrs. Rbods Holme.? Nlehola,
Miss Olive Black, Miss 1-tilth Keninan and
Miss Ailes S. hull?-.
SUFFRAGE TRIAL BEGINS
Tears. Hot Words and Laughter
Fill Brooklyn Courtroom.
Cine lif-ar-ywoon. one flooil of tear?, hot
words, hotter looks and much sarcnstU
OFF!? ! RS <)
i TI IK SOCIETY OK WOMEN .'AIXTKKS
MISS UAKl.IKT PHILLIPS.
Treasurer.
wan eagerly taken up by women's clubs
all over the West, who ??aid their members
longed tor art. and couldn't get It, raid by
,,tt ?lealers who said their patrons wanted
women's work.
The exhibit has gone west by way of
Baltimore, where It opens this morning.
From there it will go to Meadville, Cleve?
land. Detroit and other cities of the Middle
West The president of the society, Mr?
Kmma Lamport Cooper, said yesterday she
wasn t sue just where It would ro, b??
tasse the hospitable Western women ?were
?.oin? to attend to circulating It in then
own neighborhoods. It will be gone about
a "rear Unless H is Rone forever. As f.?st.
however, a? pictures are aold the artists
will send on new ones to fill the ga;>h. BO
aa not to disappoint the art-loving Hoosierf?
?nd Mlssourlans.
l! la not the Intention of the aocicty ' ? f,r
to exhibit its work (as a society) in New
Some of the members Indeed feel
bitterly that they could not do so if the]
wls-ied. Mies Harriet Phillips, the treas?
urer, erpresent?ng Ute malcontents, said
yesterday that there was a stronir preju?
dice aeainst women's paintings In New
Yoik
"They. won't take ?*. '?.ornan f- work i:i
th? Fifth Av?nue ?3e_lor.ee.-no matter how
*?X?d it Is," she said, "unless the woman
I* famous Of other women they Just say.
'Oh. she 11 get married In a few years ^nd
then she'll never get famous. We don't
want to be loaded up with the work of
robodles." I know n woman who ha?) a
pi-ture that was accepted by both the
eld and the new Salon, in Paris, but she
couldn't cet a New York dealer to look at
It. Ov?-r there they value real art; here
there is nothing but business competition.
"Wi wom?;n have little chance even to
exhibit our work in th?- Acwlemy of De?
sign h?;? because the wail space Is fo
!?mite?l t ??t. there Is little room for any
tseslde?. Hie picture* of the members, and
it i? Inevitable that for this little BPaCC
Personal ?nfluen??- or established fame
?htiulii help in determining the selection.*1
Mrs. Cooper, president of the a??
(MWever was v< rv much surpfised at the
Mea of there b?ing any prejudice against
Women s paintings on Fifth avenue or in
th?- .?'-.ui? my. either. 8he had never noticed
an" Sii?- appealed t?> Mr. Cooper, who v?,,i~
*ork : .1 an ?-as?-! in the corner, to Cor
? rob?rate her statement.
. ?li?)-.''' said he. "Pooh! Why. when
re examined for "xhlbltlon the
Jury doesn't know the names of th?- artists
I ?ho did th?m and whether they wer?- BJesj
or women, famous or unknown, ?ran mak?
Oft ?Uff? i-ence. If a pk-ture Is "?tooii it |l
pasaed?that's all. As for any other kind
??' prejudice, oh. 1 suppose there are some
; l-**-)|>l< who ar<* prejudl'-ed airainst women's
I paintings, just as there are some wh?> are
? II? cl against women's voting? whb-n ?
? only ?to .- to show that they have not sol
I much 'ommon sense as others."
Mr- Cooper and Miss Phillips said'
P tVy r,,,,! ?.?-en siiffraKists all their li v? S at).I
MR& KMMA LAMPKKT COOP R.
President.
(riiiatea.BBlj i?? naeealer, Philadelphia .
g!*"_*4ng ? nlivened the ?irst ?lay of the ?rial
betweea the RMsrttoa and the Woman
Suffrage party, la the Bupreme Court,
Brooklyn, yesterday.
The only really cairn person was Justice
Jaycox. who presided with an urbanity that
won him golden opinion? from both ?id? a
"fins" Riihlln, who came with his wife to
?et- how this suffrage sparring match com?
pared with the on? Mrs Kuhlln got blm to
reft, res tor the ,-uue?- at the !>?ng Acre
at**_etKl ?'lob last October, gave It as his
opinion that Justice, Jaycox was an A No. 1
refere?.
"His rulings is fair," said the ex-prlze
flghter. critically. "I'm pleased with the
Mat way he st?| s in when that Suff?-rn
man hits below the belt."
Miss Amy Wren appeared for the Flder
Ites. supporte?! l.\ Miss Sarah Stephenson,
who ?at ^>y bar Bide baS?Bd In papers.
Early in the proceedrags chnri?-s ?'. Huf
fren ma?!e H known to the court that Miss
Wren ISOghed altogether t?.'<> much for bis
taste SJ counsel for the other nl?le.
Justice .Taycox himself almost seemed
to think there was something funny
somewhere There Was a smile on his
face B _O0d ?leal of the time.
At least a hundred and fifty wotBen, suf?
fragists from Manhattan an?! Brooklyn?
V..-D- on hand ;?i 18 o'clock, when th" trial
began, an?! stuck II OOt till 4:30.
The women were supported by a sprink?
ling of suffrag?- husbands. There were
oth?-r m?n, too. Xu on?- seemed to know
>?. ' they were -probably politicians getting
points about holding elections.
Mr, Sut?ren described the convention of
October 14. when Mrs. Robert Klder put
Miss ida a croft, Mrs Qrace <; Wolter*
beet and _rs Prlscflla Hacks??.If out ??f
the party, and ^??k herself elected chair*
man f?u the Borough of Hrooklyn, as "the
rotteneet thing he ever heard of"
"The lowest ',%-.-? r.l methods were used."
he sai<!. "I've never heard anything like
It Why, a w'imnii named Mrs. Bwayne
went through the rooma ilk?- an slepbant
in it melon patch, orderlng everybody ihe
Blderltea didn't want the??- t<? get out"??
"And Mrs. Swain?- i?. my sister!" mut?
tered Mis i: e T-lbot*Perklns, at srhoee
house the runvantion was heir]
While e\cryl>od? was perking .it) an?! p-ic
Seen in fhe S h op.s
ene ?mall ^hop which eaJlBCt ,
f?il to Interesi the woman who like? lac?
for the adornment either of her own per
ion or of the articles ?ih.- \>eee In tier
?VO'iae In 1t are ?.old fine Imported real
??es, mkI hucIi Ueev ar' aleo clean?-'! and
?paired Varlou? little booklets on lace
| making. In F"ngli-?h French or <??*rman, ar?
" gale for irom 15 cent? op. Instrecttona
It? 'see m?kln?; an alvo liven
A wnier!.?- . o?iker. which is said to be
n?. consist* of ?i receptacle for
? he food and a pan ?ontalnlnff an asben
? at, into which It Is to lv- ?<-t. The
hutcriai la u heavy enamel on at?-el. an?l
the prie?. |] 2.".. II M, $1 Tl or $-". according to
'I*' Th? ? ?.ok'-r Is to I.,- used for vegeta
**??* and, with ?he addiUea ??? water enough
I;ta moisten them, f???- cat?ela aa well
?I t?-al Indin print In line pat
**** comte m h aize just large enough to
a??ke a pillow by folding each corner to
entre and can I?- bought for 11 'J>
I **"h. Hmaller squares In the eame quality
?eful for various purposec and sell
. tar ?i & rk,uareB jn pjuow flz? at H seats
| are itinf attractive for ordinary use. Their
r??terr?f are not so fine as are those of the
expensive pieces, but their colora
?ve the van,,, power of restating the dam
"?ting effect? of thw laundry.
I In on* shop (hen i? a mlsc?llan??ouB eol
' hfcp.dker- hiefa, BOBM of them un
??aedered and gom? shopworn, from which
??"?ful searching may ?txtract a generoua
? of (hsM Mtaeear* articles at small
*????? The handkerchief* are for both men
q women, many of them aie initialled
?4 ?erne have emtrold.red cornsr?. Ths
nighest ,,rie.. fw ? ?,?,,? ?andkerchlcf Is
?Ma. Thia buys a shopworn specim?-n
?wh in it? pristine freahness would have
?'' for ?t leant twice that eais-awt- Bheej
Han/Ik?rrhUfn, with . mbnlderwl cor
* ?re -?firht c^nta ?-ach, nnd Abete are
. ?'* even lower in price than these.
Shier silk fab. i?? i.i fashionable ?-olora
are shown In gr?-at variety ?n one shop nt
prices that Bee very miKlerate, ?oimlilerlnf?'
tbe quality of th.? material?. Marquisette
42 laches aide i? fi. and rolle ninun is
the same price. QfernadtnS glac<\ win? h Is
both effective and serviceable, is li SO.
The BS1lie? of sl-np? where art!? )f<- .11?? II??ia<
on this paa?' were seen ran be obtalned b) -'tid?
ing a atantped a-?1 sil?ir?s*e<i envelop? t?. ".--een
in tb?- *-'h?.|is." New Tork Tribune, Te Insuri s
protiiin repl) lb?- <lat" ??f publication ?hO-ld be
_
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
T'ir !7ST?TK oy HE.VRT SMITH, DE
, it_?-'i '" pursttspc? of an order ??f Mon.
Friwarrl T i-tok?-s. Sur i.gnle of Essex ?ounty.
Mm York, notice I? h? r? by given a? ouril.riJr
ir. ;a?v that tb'? i.n?lers!gn?-d. or.e of the heir?"
udMit---k>>> of Henry ttmith .late of tha
?row 1 of lav. I-"?"* Cuonty, s. V. ?ler-aaed
intands to ai'Piy '? ,h" Surrogate? Coert of
', , roJnt? for letters of mlinliiliitratlon
,7.-\? ?*,e .?tute of th? said deceased upon tho
"!"? ?r ? bond In at? amount t?, be nx?jd
P. ,?5 Furrog-t* of the s.-iij 1'ounty of Essex
?? ?ecortlan??' will, ""-"-Stlon SOU of ?be ?'ode
t r-tvii i?r??c?-?lure. an?l ?bat all i??-r?<.r.? having
clamlas-met tho eaiate of the ?aid Henry
-.?Vi.), ( .1? < ? ?i?'?* ? ate required to present tho
H - Jit h th? vouch? ra th.r. of to tile Hurrn
"71 ,?t Fsi-**. County at his offee 1?. Klia_
?. n,o-n ??? ?M County, oa or before tho
St- ?lay of J*n,u;ry'110,1i:i,
Dated. December ljajgfea ? SM]T,f
Ausablo Fork?. S-w York.
",v i.i-n?I'A\'('E ii* AN OKPER OF UOS.
1 u.?-rt LudloW Fowler. tt Surrogat, of the
/???.?.1- of New Y"rk. I*-*-? I? hereby giv.n te
m U__L__ havW clal??? ?saln?t Samuel Ale-t
al! p*r?ot? ha\i???? f N york dtM.eMed
an-ler. late of the ^?? ,011(.?.ri ,n.reoi lo ,h,
t 1 ,,r. sent the "l{"""L,|M.<, 0f transacting business.
?uii-rl.M, a: n? tt f;o?.?lJ_h ?f ManhimBU, l0
I&ch! '!t??k. ?? ee before S ci. dar
!k-."vTV<iiK II??* __? *??_ ?t August. 1911.
CHARLE- B. ALBXAMfcKR. Exocutor.
Al.KXANI'EK, * O????; N(, ?a.? t,rMdwa,,
g;"of'-^'"'" X-vv Yoral.--.tv.S-.
CARP?-T CLEANiNVa.
. ,-aBPFT ' ?M.EANIN'I rO.-?'t?_?_
4 AltKFlTI, CARPBT ?^ htn(1 on noof
by ?ompreased al?. ?' , <8tl> ,, cor. ?
If M Broadway. '-,' -i'^
"T .? ripprr (-i.EA.viNo woRKa
SOW V?'RK fARlBr M Mod#rB._
0Ju,*U^fnkk <">'??' old CAnPETS.
FINE BlT?S wo\*?; ?end for f'lrcular.
in,,? naeMmWe 43T_43fi w?t 48tii st?
iel. 480*.' 40S8 Dryant. *??
JANUARY DIVIDENDS
The ?safest way to increase your in?
come is to add systematically to your
Our Guaranteed First Mortgage Cer?
?ncates are the best example of a
conservative Investment netting 4??.%
and lax exempt in this State.
You can put out, at any time, any
sum from $200 up, payable in $10
wonthjy installments if you wish.
No investor has ever lost a dollar
Capital fi Surplus , *8,r>00,0<)0
176 B way N y. 175 Rcmsen St., B'klyn,
,_350Iulton St.. Jamaica.
ting on their tippet.? ?,nd thinking that
nothing remained buf the justices decision,
the district leaden having been examined,
Buddenlj th.- eighteenth ?rttaeaa area a?ilad.
mea Ida Augusta Croft was on? of the
ia.?t wlUissses yesterday. tlMtagh she was
plainly ready from th.- .?tan In xuch a
hurry to testify was She that ?he foreot
to pat !-.ei hair lil;*? mo?.! of the sufTragtats
before they aSeeftded the stand, anil a war?
lock waved belligerently at th.- Justice as
.?he told who? happened ?it the convention
of Octobet M
Mrs. A. ?'. ?hllds was the witness Whe
required Btnellinf B?lta ami a fan after
leevlng the atand, though she held out
through a long examination until naked to
aej whal happened at the October 11 con
ventlen
"Oianrd? r," a? gasp? >i 'Dtserder so
dreadful thai 1 can'! describe it."
Don't
ear
Truss!
After Thirty Ycsrs Experience I Have
Produced An Appliance for Men,
Women or Children That
Cure-* Rupture.
1 Semi It Un Tri.il
if - .mi hare tried most <?<.er?, thing else, rome
me. Whe,-. cith'rs fail i? ?hero 1 have mv
gr?aient au."?? Bend attached coupon today
The nil-Hi- I? I'. B. lln.ok?. Inventor of the
Appliance. ?vh? cured UaSSSU und ?ho ha?
lern ?urina ?Ilier? for mrr :t0 .ear?.
If rmptmteA, write him (?Mia?.
m i t sill sarta you fie, m\ illustrated ?>"<>k
?t. Ruptur? .,n<i n. cure, showing si) vppllsnce
? lll'l ?-I. .t'K ' tlltlPV
l.-?.|.' i n sn?l wie .ur.'d. |t
iclves instan? rellel when hu others tau ite
member i us., n.. ?ai?>? n-. harm ?
send "i- trial to prov? is im..
Tos ere I ?? c . aes mj
lllust? ited i ?-..'.. . id r? ad n
? o| put I? .us, ? beet
... "?.,.) I III ...it free coupon
below Slid mall 1 o.?h ? II ? -.?'I .vc.rth V'uir
tin . wbethei . ,i mj Appilan ?
FREE INFORMATION COUPON
' . K 111-".? tt, Marsh?!'..
M
l'|e?.e send me I.? Stall in plain wrapper
>i.ur Illustrated 1.k and full Intornisllon
about rear Appliance for the . uie <?f
rupten
Address
?_ LIMITED COPARTNERSHIP.
CERTIFICATE OF ?.IMlin l'?RTNKR HIP
of A S I.AS? T.M.KS * ' ?> We. tl,.- in, 1er
?lune.1. being destru?* >>f foinung a limit'.I part
nerthlp purmiant to ;ii< pruvlsksu of ??"? stat
mea n toa ^tei. of Ne? Y.>rk. ?! ? herebi .eriif>
1 That the nun. i-r firm under whl '
parinerslilp 1? ?o I.. ronductod i? A S l-*seell?s
4 ?v. that icing the numa -.f a limited partne?
?:.lp herstofore conducting huslneas in ?hi? state
and wt?trh I? to continue its buslneaa and whirh
name n to h? eeatlBuad tps suck limited lani.er
ship, and th?- Oswntj wherein the principal i . ?
of ?luslness .f ?at.I Ilrrli.-d partnership Is to ?>e
located la In the ''until, ? ?? Ne? York. In ?he
Mate of Ne? York
il That the genemi nstsrs -f Hi? bualnass
IntsndSd ' >??? trisss? lad bj ?u?h paitnershlp la
that uf general ' mmlaslo? n ?Tenants aiicl fen
erul roerchsnts and 'miers in th- L'nlted states
and foreign countries
in Hint ?he sames, mj whether ?>f full age.
,,f :,ii ?i,, general and -i- u: psHsera Inter
SStSd In ?aid llmltSd par|lier>dilp. distinguishing
whhh are general mid whi. ?i .n?- assets patinera
and their raspectlv? plscrs of rsasdenea, ?ire ?s
tollowa:
Rito? Arthur de Pasa a general pnrtper, of
full a?"'. WhOSe .live of res?neme 1? hi NO 0,
(?ueensgate T?-rra.'?. In the Cltl ? London. Kng
land
Mi i.i.i ?>. Mercado, a gen?.iHi partntrr. ?>f full
ase, ?nos? i !.?? ? ..f nsid.ni. It No MB Rivet
aid* Drive, ?\ the Borough of Manhattan, Cltj of
Neu York
rjsraM so Mercado, a general partnei. .,? fmi
?Hi. ?h..?., jila.? of residence Is No *t
ttth Street, in iba Pufsiagli of Manhattan, t-'ltj
of v. w York.
Walter ly i*?i.i Icnsrelles, .-. germai pariser,
of ful' age, whose pisos of residence i? We 111
iiiversid. Drive m the Borougt? of Msahattan,
Ne*S Vo'k < 'It v. and
Benjamin Osla il..- ape?is! purtuei of fun
?i?:' w h?e place of residen"* I? Hotel Msrasllle.
Iii.'lrd Street and Hroadwa- . Is Ihe Ror ugh <?f
Manhattan, R? ?? V'.rk ? *lt?.
iv rii?! tin amount of eapii.ii which the
?aid BsaJamUi Odio, its apectsl partner, hsa
heretiifoi? contributed '?> tin- eommon xt 'k of
?std l??nu..i psrtnerahlp i? th- sum ?( Cme tiun ?
iIp.I ami ten thousand (ttlO.OOOt dol?ais.
\'. That th? time m which th.- asid partnei
ship i? to ?x-glo la ?lie flrst ?lay of .lanuar!. ISIS,
and ?he time at which it i? '?' and I? Iba ildrty
flrst ?la? of lie. en Ser, 11*11
Uatsd. New Vork, i'- -etubei 2X, l!?ll
?;?.i<>- IRTHJ k in: PAHS
i.-. Mi Ifael de Mercado,
lili- Att m.| in fact.
MK'H VI-I- OB MBRt'ADO
?1ER M.I' ni: M i : 11 < IDO
/. ALI EH I. I.VM T,M.I>'.
RBNJAM1N <U>?"
Sta'e of Kew Y.-k Count) of Neu fork. ?? :
n . ,.,?? nu ,. of i?. ember, MU?, t ? f? re
me psrsoaall* csm* Michael de Itercsdo, la me
known and known lo BM t?i be th? gsrsos who
executed ?he foregoing certlfl name
?if Kilo? Arthur de Pua BSd a? the attorney In
fa.t f< i ?Sid dl l'a?s. ?mi ne. the ?all Mh-hsel
?le Mercwdo, acknowledged t?i ma "mi boesecutsd
the san- ii name and a? ihe ?. ? in| Sssd
nf ssld Kl|. t \rtlmr de I'n?-. for the lie.
purposes Iheietn ni> in Ion? d. I* Iriiu of a |?iwer
nf s'torne? dal] rxeeutsd b it. siild Kllot
\rthiir c|e I'ass diiteij the lhih day of I>ereiii?,er.
? I. AI.IJif.AKIlT. N P .
??ountv rf Kiiik?
i rrtltVstt flled in N'w Torii Codnty,
Slate of New Y"ik. ? ?? unty of New York, su. :
?in this JMh day of DsSSmber, ll'll. t*fore
me i>ersonaliv .ame I'enjomln ?i.lln. Mieha. 1 de
Mervsdo, U?rsl<! '? M?Teo<lo and U'alt-r l/enp'ld
Laarolles, all of ?'horn ar? to me known and
known t me lo ?>e ?he Indli Idnat? dearrll.ed In
and who esseutsd the for? going rertilcaia and
who ea?h f.veralh ?iktiow ledge.) p, rue thai
h,. esseuted the ?air.e for the pun>o?e thetuln
??.,????,, c \. kLLOLKKtrt. S I*.
? ?utiti of King?.
Cer?iflca?e filed in N'ew *,Crk Count,
"late of Bern Voik. County of New Ymk. ?s
lIli-lliKi. I>1". MMRCADO, ?>eiiig duu sursgp,
savs ?hat he is one of th- (,-eneral paitner?
named In Ihe foregoing C?rtlfl<*ato of limited
pirtner.lii!. of V ? LAS? KI.I.KS A <??).. and
that the sum of Owe hundred and t.-n ih< usand
1*110 uoiii dollar?, sptdfisd In ?aid ?emfli-aie to
have' been ?ontrl??uted by llenjandn OdlO, the
?i^.iiii p-Htt.-r named In said eertiteate, Is tha
remm.iti St. < k of said limited partnership, has
??et-n ai-tuallv r.tnl In good fal.h heretofore paid
tn lu cash b'v said special partner.
m " *? MlfHAKI, DK MERCADO.
Sw-orn to before me this i*th day of II., einher.
I'll? C. I- AU-eUABDT. N ?*.
(*oun?y of Kings.
i-eitlfleate filed In New York ?'ountv.
1911
PUBLIC NOTICES.
-? rt'Ttld'' NOTICTE
PTATK Of N*H\V YORK
1MRI.IC BERVICK COMMISSION
S?-llND UlSTHIi-T.
Cea? 3*7.".. Albany, Dei-ember 3?>. 1011.
k petition under ?fctlon 34 of the ruh,i< Ser?
v?-e Commlastona J^w. having heen flHd with thin
??oinmlselon by the New York. New llavi n and
Hartford Rallroa I compan). for authorliv ?o
nurchaae 4T.??4i prsforred shares of ?he capital
stock <?f the Ituilj'ii Railroad Company hereto
fore held hv Tha Hew York Central and llmlson
River Railroad ????nipsny, and for authority to
i.ur<-hase other -hare? of the captul ?t... k of th?
lint land Railroad ?"mnpain fmm time to lime as
onnorturdty niay offer. NOTICK Is hereto given
ATt ii DUbli?- hearltw ??n ?aid petition will be
??eld ?,? ?hi? ?*nmmlsslon at ?he hearing room
of th.? ?*omml?.?lon In Ihe ?'apltol. Albany, on
Tuesday. Januaty I?. 11*12, at len o ?lock a. m.
Hv the commission,
ny I B, KENKBDT, Se retsrv.
AUTOMOBILES.
MCW ?Nl? CMVABB ?"'X CYUNDKR MITCH
,'li has ?with touring sn<] ?iinou-ine bodies;
-Uli, euuip.ed. Sill eell w-l.h inarlng h-?!y ?.rdr
,f .?-?ir^.l s splendid hargain \MI?.!;|? IN
MARION SAI.F*1 ? <> lhoadwsy ai t?ld st.. N. T
RESORTS.
.NEW .It:'.SKY.
RESORTS.
.NEW ll.l<?| ,
WITHOUT A RIVAL
Atlantic City
II I.I.Y HKSER\ W_
Of ITS ?l.HKI?'t BT
"Ihe Queen
of All
Winter Resorts''
I? most iiiiniitiw dnrlns
JOaaaey. The ?ait ?ir of
the ?ea ni way* give?
health, and ?he mild.
e,|.table climate and <on
tin.ioii? sunshine make
?ut.loor life m?.sl <*?
trartlve
You can indulge In >our
fa ?.?.ht* sport sad enjoy
the popular roller CBalr
r.ti th? boardwalk ??__?
ilia, ray? of golden ?un
?bln*.
?inly threr- lours from
\>v. V?>rk City via <>n
,,?1 n H of N. .1- or
pennn. R. R
'The Leading Houses
It rite nr I'bnne for Kale?, el?-.
? lolel >?t. fharle?.
?V-???? Ils Maine? ?'??
The I'ennhurst.
William R Hoi.?I
(?alen Hall.
F !.. Toung, Mgt
The Holmhurst.
_aary Darnell.
-> .- .1.- House.
P. P. t*Mk'i take
Marlborntigb-lflenbein..
Both Amer. * Barep. i'ihh?.
.liisiah White * Sons Ce
Hotel Henni?.
Waller .1. Bast?'.
Hotel ?um.I
.'. ttirriran Plan Exclu?!?'el.? .
li. <-.' Edwards nn.i
Frank It ?iff. Mgrs.
The ?.helhi.ro?-.
Enrop Plan. ,t. Welke!, Ugt
HOTEL MORTON
YlltOIMA AVE.. NEAR BE Mil,
ATLANTIC ? ITY. \. .1.
Open all tl,.- yrar. Kin?- ?al.le Suite? with
private ?a?b Hands?.m? I? furnlsheS. I'erf?-?t
SMitltnrv liratig? nient?. Elevator te all !l"'.r*.
Special rgt*s for winter. r..pa. !?? '-.V?
Mrs tt, 't HAINES, fir? ti-r nn.l lropt?*t?.r.
ikiaUbotC-Qt. - _6ienlx?i?
ATLANTIC CITY. K J
??Hlah Wliile a Hons (?mitsii_
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
..._.? ?i_- WILSON'S Employment Agency.
T^??? hote iv-24 Pla*a. 141 Eeit S7th st. 8-P
[ i- n.st .'.aas ?errants to ?rivals famll.es. AU
references Investigate?! m
r?.. i mus? be
slat- Sind iiml length
Postor?!'-.' Ho\ 1120.
HELP WANTED.
Mat?.-.
\ - Ti7i ? E .,). 'iriicl ailri
r-.t.ld. ItWlbla wr.ler;
' ? x .-(?,. .? Add-.?
V.-w V(,-k . ?
Female.
SALESWOMAN Edarated. reHaetf; to ? i.?n th*
?? li?.i? ?a!?, an.I r-tait dryg.v.d? an.l .bug lr??le
W'lll ????.- territorial right?, ?an ni?l;r fn.tn
."?_-,oto ? , <|i...'?]i .,,n? ,\?1?1res? by l*t?*r ??nly,
giving ?gt and refre?,?? i v. kl_?i Sanitary
?ber ?. oaipaay. IBS ?Broadway. ? f _
WORK WANTED.
Male.
DoOKKEUPER ??? expert aetnaiatani with
four vea?' ?ucccsafnl eaperlene? a? ? ledger
clerk, .?. ?:-.., ? ?imiter imeitlen: uniWatand?
l.iiokV? ei.itic .-t i.ii lis detall?: It a g< <>?*, pen
? -,..., ,,i|.nt, h'ghest referen?*?e :
I'.'?? tSdree*, v.'.ii ? nt [04 \\ ? st I3tb st.
? 11 A I ' '?? I-' I : ? It ? ;?-. ?i .it- . young, thoroughly
experienced, .in., rair. ;'. year?' excellent per
I ?ne?, city, ?ountrv. Irdu?tri.il
non \/' n? i: \\ ? ?t no l'hon-. 7.7.1??
Bi ? am
Female.
\ ORAD? 4TB ?i??-? ?Kimtiiie tteatmanta, ?i??"
met?>m, ub?Hy, etc . lu b??* residence?; leading
?I irstin.otiiaia. moderate chary*?, Addre.?e
ed Nurse. 1471 West 117th ?t
ts'sVsT pi'I'll..-" with l?e-on? ? venina
raphy; privai? A dre?a Mia? t. Rl hm ??? i. l*
- PI. ?
I REFINED r*Ol PUE Uri?e t,*?r Mew York.
Would ?Ik?- t. nur??, rhll'l i" lufa--? ???.I
?. -i e liea'.t'i? I'I? " B H Tribune Office
DOMESTIC 8ITUATION8 WANTED
Male.
I a m nit im s ?oiing mai ? ? aNI. wishe? a
i ?Itten altar? lares ?? ?pert?, u-si
ret?r. I?. ??_ra<f__ut, 7W Amatet?un aye.
BOOK KEEPEB StENfif.RAl'llKR Six >?nr?
espertan ? reference? ?alary. I'* I'avt?,
tv.'. t'..!k Place. Brooklyn
?..I ?'?.I. -?? ?-?itsii ?later, brother; do *n?!re
-, ..f family; ihorougnh rspartenred; ex
?client references: ettjr, eeuntr? 843-880. In
?lustilal v.?.) Ist'.on Ag.-n.-y. 17 West EM
I hone. 531 ? Hryanl
. i .1 i-i. E Coos] buffer, valet; both flrat
r?a??. 4 .i^ ?\.?lknt refer? r.. es .it?,
country: ?7? is? iti?'.usirt?i A???x-i?tion
?? ?i 4'.d phone. 5210 Bryant.
ENGLISH l'?CPI.E on gentleman-? ceuntrr
pla. ?-. wife as housekeeper, msu 'oa-htran.
gardener, also hand? with ti*,Is. good refer?-nees.
\ ,,. -. II I \l Tribune "tn e
MAN \Nfi v. in: '?i?h |v,?iti'?n ??ltd i?ii??ta.
family In ?ouiur? . man for stock, gar.len.
turn???? !?? ?II- gen-rat ItewaawOClL Address
fee ful, ion i:??s- _M ?t
??TEN? ???RAPI1EB BOOKKEEPKR TOU?'H
typist ta.'?;. ? >>??rs .??p.-rt.-ni?-. blghl? :?
mended salar . ?I" pat areet 9 r?.x 4.' Trll.
?
FemaU.
? HAAiHi.K.M Mi- WAITIIBBI leung ln?h girl;
*-<?.-?lent re???rd; I?. J. Miss H- -fmayer'a
Ag?n<?. 8SS>8?I .'.?ti -??* . !?tb t?o- Telephon?
4.".'7 Madison Square.
CHAMBERMAlf) iod WAITRESS H-. ? North
?.f Ireland Prataetant; k..<"I ?ml r_[derer and
sew t pii?at? failli, referen?aa C .i i pee
ne
COOK First rl??_; all branche?; a,?Ixt iron
m?. exr?i?ieiH referen??.; dt?, count r-. '
?trial Association Ageney, 17 Weal 4Sd ?
? 52141 Hi ?ant
t'OOK and CHAMBERMAID-WAITR?
I'?*., ?.iiiig W<?aen, legether or separsi.-.
thoroughl) exp?rience?] ; excellent referescaa;
? It? |38 8-8 Mis? Buck!? ?'?
Ag.ru>. 17 West 4'-'i st H on? 74S7 Bryant.
ititiK Tliormigh? t-empetent j"nng woman.
uii.|<-isla.'i.'.a pr' pit ring Inn. ?< ?. 'Ilot .th. e|. .;
? it ?>n plain ?listx?. ?o??i refen
i s Vk?-?)' ?. ??AT 8th av? (88th St.)
? ? "K .4J1.I i.At'Ni'RF.ss Competent: g??od'
l.aket. thr?e year?' icferenfrs. also ?haml.ei .
maid wfittr? s?. neat. narapeteat, <'.?.|?-rs
SSI ?'tt?, ?ea i***tth m
iixiK Touna ?erman; ?? od, Inns i.r?
4.M1 P., Miss Hofmeyer? \g.-iu-?. :i_?. :t_-j r.th
a?-?- . ?a?th rto?.i 'I. |e|.||i.n?. t.V.'7 Millsuii Si|itar?v
?'ni PEE ??.ok butler; experienced, rteal
?.linn ctouple, nri?'i for eaaaaemenL Sainpsoa'a
Employment Agen.-?. 413 ???i ???
OENER?L H?t'SEW'OIMtEft Neat, i-mpe
t? ii.. r?-iiai?i? , ??.m. t- preferred? ??.a?,?.*, f?;,.
V lirons .\g-n.->. Ill East ,*.7th ?t. T-1 . S34
FlOIKEKEEPER Reflned, .apalil* ? in.
woman : baehelor'a apartment? or wld
household, ihorouahl] experienced? or travel
?Ina I'.'sition h!fhe?i referancea imiustriai
Awdatloii Agen.y. 17 West t :?i ?'. 'l'hone
-.-.?i.. Bri
HOUSEWORK?R. -My exceptional!? ..eat
??-.lina Irish glil. I tel? landed, anxlou? an?l
Mlllina ta learn: *i?? sienthly, ?'ail irwm's
\_.m. r, 77 \\???. 1 ni. si
H?rSEW'OBK?n Competen? \.?ung w. man.
g..n.i lioni* pr<-feral?le 10 hlx wagen, renntry
j referred; eacel!??1 r?-f'reti(>e. Cooper'I Agen?-y,
1*1 silt ?.?" i*!*h ?1'?
iToi'BEWOBKER American; go?,u l-ker, will
log an?l ot.llalnn. e,..-'.l<-iit r< f<-reti. i-s. . Ity or
lountt- '....p.-rs A S*Oe? ?.',7 ?tl a??- (38th ?(.)
I,? I'NhltErt- ??art? ??ork o? home; flret clas?
reference Marie Pabla ??.i W.-st ;:.'M it.
laA?NDRESR Y?.una. competent; wllltna 'o
aastst chamberworkj ex?-ei|. nt r?f?renc?e:
,-in- ,,1 countn $7!-')-?:i" Miss Basktey's
\g.ti'?-.. 17 ?.V.?t 4'J'I ?t 'l'?ion. 7417 Bryant.
LA 1'NDR*-*1*' ,",>', '?y ''" ,,?' "T ,Ht,H ?*'ork
boni?-. 'i-'R.-n, ??eek or ittoiitll. f.r?t .-lass
?Ity referei Mr? ?;..;.i'-?i 2(>:vt -j<i ny?._
MAIPSEAMSTI?ES-4 MIH.II? .??_.? ?!erm?nt
light rhan.herwork. exrellent teamstrers 11.,
Miss Hofmeyer> Ag-nrv. 830 3K 5th a?e , ?th
il.'ii Telephone toil Ma.'.lsoti Square. _
Nt USE Young En?ll?h I'rni*?lant. ion?! of
Children: ? Ity or ?-ountr? ; ex? ellent reference?
. ?. t 'i ? Ai'-n.-?. ?f., Rth 11? ? ?:?*-?tI. st .
W?8H?NO ?'?'l'ire.t ?..niHti ??Ishes fam'iiy
washing 1.? ?seek Br ')?izen: ."4> yars r? fr-r
en.e?; terms r?-a?on?b'e l??l West 1T.',| it.
?I'li'in* HI?;? Mornlngslde
LOST BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK NO "-8.B07 ' the Catee Mme
I Savings Hank Is missing. Any per?on having
1 a claim le It 1? hereby ?alle?! U|?ni 10 PTe?ent the
bam.? within ten days. <.r ?itbmlt to having ?aid
pass book ram-el leaf an<1 a new one i??ue<*
I.? 1ST OB STOI__N Rankbooh No. -_t.:.7!i .,f
ih? ?ierman Savings Baal in !h.- < It.? of New
York, ?orner 4th A\e. ai.-l l?th st l??ii.-d 10 Mln.
Wilier In trust for Ann!.- Wellet. All ?wraona
are ?aullone.1 against tieg')tl??'ng the^ ?ame. if
not retume.l to the Hank .?n the _.?h ?lay of
January. 1813, a dupli.ate will be l??u?*d,
1? 1ST ??It BT?L.EN Bankbook No 183.841 ?,f
the Herman Savings Hark It? th.- ? ity of New
York, crner 4th Ave. and 14?h St., I??uecl t?
Win I iN>lenian. All persons ?r.- ?smtmn.-.l
against n?g.)tl?tlng the same. If n?.t retutti.'l 1..
th? Bunk on the SSth da> ?>f January. IfMS, a
? Uiplt? ate will be 1?ued. _ _
I>i--f ??It STi'I.EN Hanklook No. B8tV8S8 ofl
the Herman Savings Bank In the ? Ity at New
York, .?-mer 4th Ave. and MJh^J?*,- l??ue?i t,,
ll?-nry W Nle.lfelrl ant M?ry Nirdfeld All per
?on? are cautioned against negotiating the same.
If not returned to the Batik on the 25th .lay of
January. HM2. a <iupM?-?te at? be laaaad,
la??ST Bankbook No. lT013.a8*. n??k for H*v
ing?. -j-HO 4th ave.. Ne?? ?ork Payment
stopped. I'lease return l?r.k JQ_ bank.
L?7"iHT. ? -ankbook No. ?^.MT. Bans for Sav"
Ins?. _??<? "th ave. New York. Payment
?topped I'leaae return 1mm k ?o bank.
UtST Ba?ktx?k"" No. S24.M7. Bank for Hav?
ing?, 280 4th ave. New York Payment
stopp,?! I'leaae return book 10 nank.
DRE8SMAKINQ.
IMI't.RTKl? gowns red-.i?
for ?Ire-ayr? for South
-,'?
1 I?; .??tv 10 take ?rrjer
-;. ?j -st 46th st.
AUCTION SALES.
MORT?; \..| > I.' ' n cnattel
mortgage. I will forerlose *n<1 se|| tr> ^?j^ ^
18 "'? s gg., ?t _4* HeM ???'' '>f?>okl?n. ?aloon
livttire? d Krauehaar. at???":ie> for mortgagee.
I -tm.'t) ?uitiotieer.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSAL! l-'t'K PTRNI8HIKO
PAPER FOR THE PUBLIC PRINTING
AND BINDING.
?EALKD PROPOSALS will t- received until
lo.'lu o'clock i m. Jemmy 1:,. IHI2 at the
offl.-e of th?- ebairman -f th- .Joint Cominlitee on
Printing, room ??If?. Senate i,-fi.e Ruilding.
Washington, I>. ?'.. for furnishing the paper for
the outille priming and binding fr-un the l?t day
?.f lurch, IBIS, to ihe 'JSth ds] of F?bmar>.
ISIS. The proposals will be opened i ? for.- and
the awards of contract? made by ihe Joint Com?
mittee on Printing to the lowest and he?t htddrrs
for ?he Interest of the ? invert,r.i. r,t whose bids
ste In oontormtty with the requirements nf the
proposals. The Committee reserves th" right lo
reiset any or all bid? .r to accept any bid as
any part nnd reject the other part. If, In Its
opinion, mich action would b? in the Interest of
the Government.
R'ai'k proposals .??ltalning the Instruct lots,
schedule, ani spec Ifli-atl'ns. accompanied }y
standard samples, may he ol.talned by addre?
ing Bsmnel it Dsnaelly, PuMle Priater, ffea%
; Initon, D. C
i contracts sill be entered into for supply ug
' auch .plantilles a? may be need..d ind no more.
The approslmaia estimate,) quantities ?et form
I in .letal1 in the schedule comprise:
uni..*??? pounds news-print paper 7.040.<*O
i" uiids machine Bnleh printing paper; 90, OfS
l'.in Is antique machine flnl-i, printing paper.
71f,fH*0 pcunda wove mach?n? finish pilntug
paper. 2.SM <??' psunda sized and s?ip rcah-nder-d
white printing paper; 86.000 p unos ?Ingle asd
doubla Meted lone shlei liook paper; WAi.Wt
poonda itngls and doubla mated (two ?idesi l>o*k
paper; Kl,u00 pounds whlta tablet writing paper;
ao.OOQ iiuMii.li rolond tablet writing paper; w>?
BOO pound? white writing paper, machine-drb I.
1 Ma5,00n n und? whit,- writing paper, loft
I dried; .11 l,.">?iii pojnda colored writing paper, loft
dried; 13,300 pound? typewriter psper; 100.W)
pound? hift dried map paper. 2.??k> pound? plate.J
built? patch; HO. 800 pounds bond as par; 2,?kto
pounds parchment deed. M6.000 pcunca first ?.-lass
pp.? er. wove; tit*.??hi pound? second, class
I ledger paper, white or blue, w ?>?? SSAMO pound?
; manlln papal W.fWI pounds manila hoar<l; 04.
iv., pounds cardboard; ?I.immmi pound? hrlstol
for r s postai esrda; ! i?>0m> pound?
I bristol briard; M&OOO pounds < leteA hrlstol
?ward ITS.OOa pounds rarer paper. 1.(00 pounda
i blotting paper, any standard ?olor. BOO pcunrts
pape? . 1,000 pounds white paraffin paper;
comb, and fining paper; il.tskl
pound? stereotype molding paper; ?.??hi sheets
i perchmest. IB x '.'I Inches; T8.B00 pounda M no
type keybriard and ? i?iing machina paper; 2.UOO
whlta French folio paper, tajo pounda
? rum tlsaue i aper for paper proceae; 10,000
IS.flOO pounda intnlla tympan
papel 10,000 pounds wiping pai*-r for embossing
pre.?..?, 11.?UK, pounda lining and ?tripping paper;
I I.OTft.000 pounds lender? boards; IB.?On pound?
trink bosnia; IW.O0O pound? strawb?iar?ls; 1.5??
I pounda press boards g,o00 pounds card middles.
In case? ?here taora than l.ftlO rea:
called for proposals will lie received for l,n?X>
reams ? r more.
By direction of the Join I ?'ommlttee on Print?
ing; BAM'L H DONNEU.T,
Public Printer.
Washington, D P., !>?? ?mb?i jr?, 1911._
\V S HARBOR LINK BOARD WILL QlVa"
adjourneci public baa ring la Board Roam sf
1 I?. k Kept . Pie, \, New York Clt>. .Ian. 17,
I 1912, at hi Vi ,i. n. to consider mndifi.ailnna of
. lines as Harlem River belwees aettherly line of
I' 131st Bl and N Y. * Putnam n K Bridge
n Manha'tan shore; between northerly line of
H Itttfa Bl and ?'entrai rtrldge on Brans shore.
bet?,, 3rd and UeilngtOS Aven extending north
srl] t.. 4th Avs . vl Inltj of IBTth st and sth
Ave. Int? ... are invited t,, attend
and t* heard UM T. R08SELL COI* BNOl -
r M sr of ?oard.
SEALED PROPOS U..- WILL RK RECEIVED
at the ?(fi. e of the undersigned. Kills Island
N Y H. until S:SD p m. Januar) 10. RM2,
sn.l i hen open. I for renewing ?.oiler hlow-cff
??stem in Power House Rllla Island V r sper
Id ??id, applj lo WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Com
mla.loner of Immigration.
SUMMONS.
THK SUPREME l*OI*RT. cointy op nhw
rORK. H Meredith Arnold, i-ialnilff. agaln-t
I William W Pen field and ?* .lean Neuion Pen
'field, hi? wife Mina A. Laagdon; Magdalena
Ueh individual!; i i i En atria of the teat
Will and Testament ..f ?'hat 1rs A l.leh. deceased
i'harle? i\ *Jeb; Edith M. I. Hartshorn; Tene?
ment Hou?,- Department .,' i-ie ritj ,,i Kew
fork', Richard M. Hhoplance; William''' Arnold
a? Idmlnlstrator ,,f Ihe <*,<?<?!?. <'?io?tei? and
A lefferla, deceaaed, Defend
ants Bttmmons The mai of this action
in the County of Ms? Y,,ik Te the above named
defendants and ? .ich of them: You are hereby
summoned to answei the complaint In ?hi.? action,
and to wem a i o. c f pou? answer on the
Plaintiff? Ittorney within twentj <ia>* aft>r tha
servl.e of 'his summon?. exclusive of tie day Of
service, snd In cane Of vom failure to appear, or
answer Judgment Will I*- taken against you by
? 'I !??: the lelief demand.-) In the .-?.inplalnt.
Dated. New York. November M?h. IBM
WILLIAM ?? ARNOLD,
ittaiiitiff? ah. rnej
Office mi p " Address il'i? Brosdwai Borough
of Manhattan. Neu \ ? rk < it v.
To ?he above nmtiftl defendant Sllna V Langdon j
The foregoing aun ? ri?,i upon - i '
publication purausni to an order oi il m soi
ai?:?? .lohn K-.rci. ,i Justice of the Supreme Pourt
of ihe State ,,f Neu Yi.rk. .ih'.'.I the 27th day Of I
December, mil. and nied with a ropy of the
t-omplalnt herein in the ofn.... of the ?'i.-ik
Count} of Nes Tort at the County Pour? House
in tin Ron.ugh .r Manbattsn, City, County and
state ..f Neu York, ?he c.figinal summons and
duly verified complain? having been tiled in ?aid
Clerk ? ofBee >n lb, ll?h dsy Of November, lull
D ited December -'Tth. lull
WILLIAM C ARNOLD,
Mtornev for PlSil 'If
Offl.-e and Post ?itflre addreaa No is?? Broad
.<..?? Rorougb of Manhattan, Pity ? < Hem Tort
TIME TABLES.
Gnt^hudson
Pier 24. N. It . ft. Franklin St. For Kingston
?ton . Wed. and Frl . 4 P. M. For Poughkeepale
week da>-. Newt, ugh dally. Tel. 400 Franklin.
EXCURSIONS.
?!
EEH
c?lr-ua--<-iro/f#ef ?
Indi Y id uni
Mequirementa ,
Raymond f/Wh?tcomb 0x523 Mfth Ave ?
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES.
DIAMONDS
Can be returned within one yea-.
CHIRLES A. KLLNL.180 Broadway. Mew York
DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
Jgf DtSKS
Office Furniture
In great vnrlety of
gtyle and Price.
T. 0. SELLEW
111 FTI.TON SI
_INSTRUCTION. _
For Both Sexes?City.
The Berlitz School
of Languages
Madison Square. ( | r.'j Hroudnay*.
Harlem Blanch, "'?'I LeSBOa Ave., nr. I'.'Tth St.
Brooklyn " 21S-2?0 I.I-. lngaton St.
All languages |,y superior native teachers.
Terni? Keuaouable. Trial l.r??ons Vree.
private lessons and -lasses. School or real
deuce Interesting ijitalugue mailed on rennest
Fn IP IV] f? U 8PAN?BH, ITALIAN
r\ f-* im, %0 St? QBRM AN. BKOLI8H
Taught bl Native/(?rudua?ed Teachers.
K ITALIAN -iflfOOL <?l I.ANI.l AOKI..
313 '-TH AVE.. PORNER :?2I? ST.
TU
_ 8CHOOL AGENCIES._
American a Foreign leachers' Agency.? Sup?
plies Professors. Teachers, Totora. Governesses,
etc., to Coll. ge?. Schools and Families. Apply
to Mrs. M. J voung-r'ul!on. 2*1 1'nlon Square.
_^_DANCING.
DAN? IN?J ?aught (privately, gracefully? by re?
fined lady; waits. *e. IMXPINO TEACHER,
?u op, rtxth _
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS.
VICTOR VIStFtl.R 7? NstSBS at Catalogue
free; all makes taken part payment; Inrgains
In t'nderwooda. Remingtons. Olivers. Kmlth?.
_LAWYERS.
vMlf? A CRAY, ''"IN.-i:i I.I'll
Itootn?. i I.*, nroa.u? n . ?i
AT LAf?.
?DVF.RTISKMKNTb AND S?HM' ?tllTlON?
for The Trthune received at ?heir f'ptown Office,
No IS?! Brssdwsy. between 3?th and 37th sts..
until 8 o'clock p. m.
YOU will revel in Jamaica's magnificent roadways, if you
run a car. In an area of about forty-two hundred square
miles there are thirty-six hundred miles of splendid
macadamized highways, carefully graded and well
drained. There are cars for hire with competent chauffeurs.
Plan to make the trip this winter. It is the most rewarding
journey in the world. Fare to Jamaica Only and Back $85.50.
Or you can visit Jamaica on one of our Special Cruises.
22-day Cruise to J?males, Panama Canal. Colombia every WEDNESDAY
from Slew Tork, $136.00.
24-day Crulee to Jamaica. Panama Canal, Costa Rica every SATURDAY
from Hew Tork, 1110.00.
United Fruit Company
17 Battery Place
STEAMSHIP SERVICE
Tel. 1025 Rector.
Or Any Authorized Tourist Agency.
NEW YORK
Oo)
CUNARD LINES
LUSITANIA?
W 10, 9 A. M.
rn. s?, i a. m.
Fastest, Fiaesi, Largest Quad? jple?Screw
Turbine S t e ama h ips in the World
MAURETANIAWm?
CAMPANIA SP*" '
\?t. ?. 1 A, S?
SAXONIA ?flL %. CARMANIA fft ??
?Queenetown and Liverpool.
PommcnrinR February 28th th- "LasKaals.** "Mauretanla" and "Campanl*** win
ssll from New York at 1 A. M. on Wednesdays, subject, ?o the discretion of the Com?
mander, instead of 9 A. M. rassensers served cold buffet lunch between IP, K. sad
mldnlsht Tuesday.
LIVERPOOL, LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
VIA (|i MASTOWN AND FISHG?ARD
iVaurstsRia end Luaitania do not stop at Queenstown eaat-boun?
CANADIAN SERVICE?Portland, London
R-Kular ?aillngs at Steamers Carrying On? Class Cabin ?ID and Third Osas Psssinurs only
CALLING AT MADEIRA. OIBEALTAE. ALGIERS. VILLBl BANCKB
or GENOA, NAPLES, TBIESTE. Fim?E, ALEXANDRIA
Writ? for itinerary. Sallln* hour noos.
CARONIA.Jan. 6
FRANCON1A.Jan. 20
LACONIA.Fab. 3
CARONIA.rob. 20
CARMANIA.Mar, 2
1VERNIA.Mar. 2*
A la carte oerrlre without ostra chara*. Stopovers n-rml?t#d.
too: W 14th rtt . North River Offices. 24 State St., Opposlto Battery
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
i \k<;f.mt m'kammhp (oiiriw in the world.
CRUISES de LUXE REGULAR SERVICES
'^n'^i ^2au?^P LONDON-PARIS-HAMBURG
SrCulAL Tnlr transatlantic liner AMERIKA .Ian. 9, 11 A M.
"KAISERIN AUGUSTE VICTORIA," ?rjE^?**1* !"" ?? ,? p ??
? he lsrs-n *"d most luxurious steamer of IFRKTORIA .Jan. t3. IS noon
the Haintiiiri?.American service. E??uipp?*d MUS. MNfOI.N. Feb. 3. 10 A. SI.
with RltS-CsrltOn R-r-iaurant, Falm ?lar- .. ., . ain rkitar.ii ? t. r?rt. n~a
den. ?'ymnaalum. Electric Baths, Elevator. '< nsacsllsfl Rl.x-Csrlton a la fart? R-s
Wiii lc.i\<> New York tsurant. Gymnasium. Electric Baibs. v:;. ?
FEBRUARY 14, 1912, vator. I'aln? ?larden. fHamburr dire, t
Mopping si Madeira (I! hrs.). Glbraltsr (4 necead '?Mn only.
lira.?. Algiers <8 bra.). Vlllef ranche (14
Gibraltar, Algitrs, Naplts, Genoa
hr?.), (Nice). Genos C?O hr?.). Naples (?
lUS.), Furt -?aid (5 d:iy?>.
St.niner returns to Ne* York
via Naplei and Gibraltar.
Desirable ae<-omraodationa ?o NAPLES s. s. HA M HI IM, .Jan. 4. 9 ? M
i> H I .-in.-lnnatl <m ORIENT ^ H CINCINNATI (Orient ?-ruis?) Jan. 30
PRI'IBE January 30
AU,, < ru,:-i tu Hi* Orltiit. I? ftl Indira. Tourist I)epnrunent for Trip? EverywiVi f
smith Atn'rira, Around th* tforld.'U._
WHITE FOR BOOKLET OF ANY f Rt ISE.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 4145 Broadway, N. Y
A? B ? _ I'lrr 441. N. R
menean Line ?*_-__
Plymouth?Cherbourg?Southampton
New Y rk.Jan. 81S? Loi.is.Jan. 20
?. i eanlc.Jan. 13, noon-Philadelphia .?an. .i
White Star Line steamer. Pier 59.
Red Star Line "___'
London?Paris via Dover?Antwerp
1 ii'l.-ilnn?!.I?n. 10 l.aplan?! tnew? ...Jan. 24
/..?eland.Ian 17 Kn'.n'and .Jan. 711
White Star Line RY
Plymouth?Cherbourg?Southampton
The Largas! and HI VMDIT Sal,s
Finest Staamsr ULI mill J??* u
in thB WorH. 45.324 Tons
?New Tor?Jea. 8, 8?S a av ?st. _t?Js. .Jaa. 20
?Veanl..Ian. 18, n-?n|0""f"-"'C ?new).Jan.84
?A.t.erl.an Lin? ?teatner, Pie: 82.
New York?Queenetown?Liverpool
Arabic Jan 4. noon; ?>ltie .Feb. 1
Haiti?-_Jan. 17. n?xin|Ba!H<- .Feb. 15
*__?_?? RIVIERA-ITALY- E6YPT
The Arores. Madeira, '.Ibraltar. Algier?, ".lile
ir,? i" lie lienoa, Naples. Alexandria.
ADRIATIC . . JAN. 10, FEB. 21
CEDRIC .... JAN. 24, MAR. 6
i-ANOPIc. Feb. 3. 10 ? m ? March I
TWO WINTER CBCISES
WhiteBSt.rCLine's'PANAMACANAL
New Irlple-Screw WEST tWDIMB,
s. s. lime-tic T??rr;,A'
JAN. -0 g FER. SS. . 8150 and upward.
Pa??enger Office?. ? Bear ?Tel. ?100 Rector)
rind I'ler fi, X. H. ?We?t -Id St.. X. T.).
BERMUDA
?. PARA? LSI. ON I ?Bill
Krery outdoor recreation. Excellent sea bata*
Inc. fishing, boating, tenais, roll', cycling. Ac
Atold Se??lc_?c?ts by raielllnc on
TH8T M4.?.NIFICENT. FAST. twin-screw
Transatlantic Liner "OCEANA"
I4.4MI4I loas: r?.:.-, Feet Un.
largest. Fastest, Ifo?t Luxurious end onl> rficlu
?Ively Flrst-?"laM Pausenger Steamer to Bermuda
No? at l le or Freight carried on the "Ocean*."
FIRST-4'l.ASS HOt.'ND TRIP. ?- ?t?kA9 gt
eluding stateroom berth 4 meal? 4_1 >*?% lip
?test I ui-lne on (he ?Hanil. <*Jf JL?*J
Plectrlc Fan? In every room:^
Steam heated when necessary. Orchestra. Prom?
enade Dancei. (.ymneslum. Wireless. Submarine
Safety Signals. Staterooms with Brasa Red?.
Suite? with Private Batha? Finest Promenade
Deck In the World. Only Steamer Landing
Pastengera at Hamilton or Nt. (?corse's.
?PAIlDO Including Shore Excursion?,
1 UUK9 Hotel?, Ac at lewes* Rate?.
j?e?i i'i? :i booklet. Itinerary. Tlcketa. etc.. of
"Berasnda-Atlaatlc Line. __? B*war. v 1.
.STEAMSHIP
SERVILE
UNITED
FRUIT
COMPANY
New MagiilHcent pa?*en_er and Frrlgbt Steam- |
era ??ail Ever., \VeUnc?da? nntl *?turday.
13 noon Pier IH. East River .foot Pulton St.).
JAMAH A?PANAMA?<?H.OMBIA.
Sailings _very Wednesday at 12 Noon.
JAMAH A?PANAMA?COMT A Kit A.
Sailing? Ever? Haturiiuv _t 12 Noon.
CONNK4TIONH
At I.lmcni for San ,Io?e. l'os!:? lin;,.
Vi (?Hoe '?>r I-cifl?' i'oa?t Points In
CENTRAL AND SOI TH AMKKK'A.
17 Battery Pla?e. Tel. Ill? Rector. X. V.
A.l'lli ii.'i., l ??????klv sailings from Hoston,
Philadelphia, Baltimort? ami New Oiieans. 22
CLARK'S CRUISE al the "ARABIC
Tlti.ouu ton?, line, large, unuaual'.y steady em j
O THE OR I E N li
I", or.i ?r:. g to April 18. 1812
?-??venty-.i.i?. ?la??, coating on,? J400.00 and up
Including s'-.ur! excursions. SPECIAL FF AT.
I RES: kLiiletru ?'adlx. Seville. Alger?. Malt?, i
Athens, Const ?ntiniiple 19 day? la Egypt and
the Holy I ?t.d. Romt, tl- Ki viera, etc
r. C. CtABK. Tlitte* Bltf?.. N?*w_J'erlt.
OO TO P.EKMt 1)4
Bv Fast Tvvin-Serew ti. 8. BERMl'DIAN.
A. E. Outer-ridge a Ce.. Agt?. "M*B'w_y, N Y.
North
To Bremen
Direct
Twfn-ffere?
bailing
Thui-a'y?. HI A. M.
Barbarous? Jan. 11
Chamslts. . .Feb. 1
To I, ml.,n Fsris,
Bremen.
Express Fillings
Tuesdays, 10 A. M
Kronprtnzesaln Cecilio
Tl-.urc, Jan. 4.
(?corse \\ s.hington
January 23.
Kronprlm Wilhelm
February 1$.
LlM
?Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm. Feb. S
??'oils at Plymouth and ?'hcrbourg
To Gibraltar, Algiers,
Naple? and Genoa.
Sailings Sat'ys, 11 A. M.
Berlin .Jan. JO
?p. Irene.Feb. 10
??.'alls st Madeira east
bound.
?'ruise to Black ?Sea and Caucaeus, from
Genoa April 28 to May 88?8200 up.
Oulee to Folar Region* from Bremen,
July 18 to August 15??125 up.
Independent \r?iin?l ?he-World Trips,
starting any lime, east or west, 8818.
OEt.HICH* A CO.. General Agents.
A Broadway. New York.
BERMUDA
"MORE HEAtTIFIL THAN ?TALT"
,tr.pd$10 W S.S.TAGUS To'n4?
The Luxurious ARCADIAN
Registered ?nnnsse, 8,780
Dleplac-tnent tonnage, 14.120
Every Saturday, Ctxnmenclnj Pcbrue-y I
The l<ar?(e?.t and Fin?-st Steamer In the
Bermuda Service-Round Trip |30 I'p
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Sanderson A Hon. Gen. Agts.,t2 State Ht., N.y,
T?i,.? i'o.ik A Sen. 243 and 2389 Broadway
L'?4 and Ml Fifth Avenue. New Tork
OR ANY STEAMSHIP TICKET AGENT
RED "D" UNE
Pier IL Wall 8t. Ferry,
_ Brooklyn, at Noon.
For San Juan. P. R. ; La Guayra, Pto. Cabelle.
Curacao and Maracaibo via Curacao.
Pietl.AliEI.PHIA Ian ITIPAJtACAl....Jaa. SI
For Mayatfuei, F. It ; La Guayra, Curacao and
Maracaibo.
MARAt'AlB?) Jan. 10 ZPLIA .fan 24
Superior Accommodations for Passengers
BUM. DAJXETT A CO..
General Managers. 82 Wsll gt
Southern Pacific Co.
366 or 1158 or I Broadway, New Vork.
""COOK'S TOCKH ABOUND THE WORLD ~
40th Annunl Serleg. Send for Bookl? t.
T?U?. COOK A ?-"?JN. 24r, Broadway, 2?M and
?->3 Fifth Ave.. --38S Broadway N. T
AND POINTS
IN
NEW
ENGLAND
FALL RIVER LINE Via Newport and r?i;
RfSST, I.\. l'i.-i Hi. N. It . fi. Warren St . week
days and Sur.duys. .",:?I0 P. M. Stts. PLYM?>t'TII
and PROVIDENTE. Orchestra un euch
NORWICH LINE Via Ncv.- London l,v
i'!i-r 4?i. v lt.. ft. Clarkaon st.. week days, "? ????
!? M ; Pier 7<?. E R.. ft. E. 8d s:.. ?:.lo P. M.
Kt'rs. MAINE an4 NEW HAMPSHIRE.
NhW HAVEN LINE i.v pie.- ?*?. k. r.
2:41 P. M.. wee* day? on'.v. Str ?IIK8TBP.
\\ .HA PIN.
Ticket?, *c, at 171 Broadway, Trssafer.
Tourist OMces and P?rs. _
LI NESBaar- -B3AT-R AIL
. to..n>nce ?leset ? i .bO I Were?ter. .2.40
Iteily. Including Sunday. JiSS P. M.
From !?'.< t ID. B. R.
New Management. Improved Servies.
City Ticket office. 280 Broadwsy, N. T.

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