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Perpetuating a Fortune
Inexperienced management, an incapacitate?! individual or
death, may prevent the _M_)eldu_l trustee (< Lminia
trator or guardian) from cam-lug OtaX ?/OUT wishes. The result
?**ould be fallu it or the replacement of the ??-?point er 1
one not necoaaarily in aympnthy with your purpOMa.
Trust Compontes live ?ndefinitelv and pi?*vi,le trust services
?HlfWWlded bv evrrv legal restriction nece
the inteiesta intrusted to their care.
Thirty four years of experience is at the diefMOal of thn-,e who
intrust the management of their life tune OCCUinulationa t,> the
MetixtpiMitan Trust Company.
The aafekeepiuj; of se.-uritiea. wills and other import?t.!
merits hy CHir Trust Department is also a service valuable OUI
Of proportion l,i the coat.
. R<tcx\!et "lt.. Servtct t? You" upon rreuti?
Metropolitan Trust Company
of the City of New York
?r.r C. Van Tuyl Jr., President
49 Wall Street
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Salesrooms Offerings
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Former Actress Sties Harlem
Physician for Sep?
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. Frank, known on the ;
tags ;, - Anna ?'lark, haa mad Dr.
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?i.?k? for $75 ii week alimony and $1,U00
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practitioner in Harlem, has served In
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tafs, and haa been a member of
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Diapeni arj His wife I hat his
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Mental and phj
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complains : ha! ! ? ick her,
and fear by his
her. Until ?he mar
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had appeared on the stage in singing
of becominj ., itar;
?>ut th? poi;? 1 i h is ambition.
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when.
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to take refuge in the hall, although
except
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rouble be?
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HI3PARADE UNIFORM RAGS
Policeman, Fighting Gang,
Has Gala Dress Mussed Up.
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Samui iloon, at 1381 Avenue
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of 518 Has'
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in the York. yesterday
War,,1er in
?2.000 bail and c I he j>.i*r"!
man. "You ahould I raed by
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uniform," he laid.
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Forecasts and Records of the
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PAY MORE FOR
JERSEY CURES
Venders Raise Price, De?
spite Mutterings of Their
Discontented Patrons.
MINT OF ACTION
BY FEDERAL AGENTS
Mead of Big Sanatorium Offers
Legislator Share in Profit?
able Business.
More tbnn 18,000 heroin tablets
seized in a raid on the rooms of Nich?
olas Patrillo, a convicted drag vender,
several month? ago, have been turned
over to the Federal authorities by the
Hohoken police. Putrillo is now on
parole. The Tribune waa able to ob
?., ., ? bottle of a "cure" containingI
morphine prescribed for Patrillo aj
short time after the Fed?ral authorities
had taken possession ef the 18,000 tab?
lets which Patrillo hn?i for sale.
In this case Patrillo knowingly en?
tered tho office of the "cure ' concern
and obtained a bottle for the purpose ?
of turning it over to some one else.
In fact, he believed he was doing a
favor to a fellow victim who could not
obtain it in the atrength he could.
Moboken continues to be the haven
for those suffering from the dope habit.
A Hteady flow of physical wrecks made '
their way to a large oflce building near
the ferry all day Saturday. The eleva
tora leading to the office of the "cure"
coi cero were jammed el tines.
The price of this 'cure' has been in?
creased," ? clerk blithely announced.
"Ilir,-after newcomers must pay $1.73
a bottle. We will put it. up in smaller I
quantities from now on, so Hct accord?
ingly," be continued, looking at the ?
oidtimers.
Victim? Mutter in Vain.
There were mutterings, and some cne
asked whether the mixture would bo
any stronger in view of the increase in
pnce, but the clerk had disappeared.
"There is something going to break,"
said a Federal agent yesterday, "but
when it Will we cannot say." It is be?
ul ed that one of the largest dis?
tributing centres of morphine will I
.i l,e under investigation in the Fed?
eral court. "We nui t it'i easy, hov. - '
e\er, ami work with the people enforc* i
i?i? the Harrison act." said one of the I
men uttaeh?-,] to the Staff of Chief
Hayes of the Hohoken police.
Big Money in Cures,
Says Jersey Doctor
B) HERM \N ?LAI K.
Sew Jersej is becoming famous for
Ins ?Id doctor in .Ii'i
.?>? City, seeing thi : the times,
to do his share in allevi?
ating the distress of the dope liend.
well known in the neighborhood.
t, the hmisi he had alterc? for
use sa i? sanatorium he had lived In
for almost a lifetime. Knowing what
a demand had suddenly been created
for the "cure," he had spent *?
m making renovations.
"See, WS are conveniently loc
There is the tube t" Manhattan only a
I? W block? off. ? If COUr e, I I
t hal ' | pat lents a ill come
from i" i i ' a river," he said.
"What suggested the Idea to
asked Assemblyman Ostram, who had
accompanied me on th : i 'rip.
hard to say. but, yoi
1 ;?d this old house on my hand?, and
I had been reading so raueh about
poor devils who have been cut
otf from their supply of drug that I
just felt there was need for a place
where they could come to be perma?
nently cured." be said.
We were taken to the top floor of a
three story brick double-decker tene?
ment house. It had been ?.ripinally
built to house four families, but tlip
old doctor hud his own ideas shout
room. II?' showed us the sixteen
rooms which he intended usine for
more ?han one hundred victim? taking
his cure.
Cure in the Slums.
building Is in the slum section
of Jersey City. AH about the neigh?
borhood was the odor of Ill-smelling
rooms. Men and women with children
could be seen on the stoops of the
tenement:? they occupied. Kven the
sanatorium bore trace-? of what it was
before tho painter and carpenter had
started their work.
The cellar was low less than six
| feet overhead room. It was damp, bul
n cement floor had just been laid.
"Tl is is for the young boys who are
addicted and wish to take the cure,"
Bald the promoter of the sanatorium.
"You see we can easily accommodate
the young fellows and give them lots
of aunahina end fresh air."
1 could not see it that way. The
cellar waa no! Ht for ?? human beinir
to live In, and to think of crowding
into it fifty youths Buffering from dis
, i, - and the drag habit combined was
unbelievable, bin I aid i ?thin?.
"Come into my office end let ni ta lit
this over." said the doctor.
"Now, gentlemen, what do you think
? of it"" he asked "Isn't It an ideal
placel We have all the facilities. Look
? ft how convenient we are to Manhat
i tan, and then, too, my long experience
in treating nervous troubles will be
of \ a?t Resistance."
A Musinc**-? Proposal.
"Gentlemen, this place of mine has
! cost me i?-.,600 to put in shape. I know
: nothing about finance, bul 1 d i
it hus cost mi? a lot of money. Do you
thick it will be a go?" he went on.
\ lemhlyman Ostram explained thit
he knew nothing about the profit In
curing the drug habit.
"Von know I should like to hare
one in With me. Three or four
could manege it a whole lot bet
W..I !,! ?,.,,! like to consider it""
the doctor asked.
We were astounded at the audden
! business proposal. In fact, had it not
been that the man seemed deadly in
earnest we might have felt he was jok
, ing. Evidently not, for he began again
to extol the virtues nf the place n'id Its
many advantages, but his offer did not
! and the Assemblyman so in?
formed him.
I kn,*w that Assemblyman Ostram
?II the father of the bill curbing dru?
, felling in New Jersey. I felt a subtle
, teeler had been nut out to It am if he
could be "reached," but I was u
stranger and, although with the As
1 semblyman. could not see why a doe
tor should make what could be
looked upon as a questionable pro
; posai, even though on 'he face of it
, i erfectly proper.
Plenty of Dm???*.
Hefore we left the old doc'or ?t
: plaired that his idea waa to cure the
? by a gradual reduction of the
drug each time ? bottle ef medicine
was exhausted.
"Punning a sanatorium would make
it aeeesaary for you ?,, bay ? mum or
morphine in lsrge quantities, wouldn't
it?" he whs ask?
"V. ?."
"Vuu could consii'.e'ntiy curry a
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I eavy stock of it snrl the authorities
would never ?-uestion your right?"
"Of iiiiir?? we would record It."
"Hut when you prescribed it for your
patients you would only need to keep
tnt.-k of it ?n the bulk, so long as it
v.a? prescribed or a'iminiitered by a
?hyslcian?" asked the Assemblyman.
"That's true "
"This district I? known for the nurn
1er of ?lope fiend? abounding here, isn't
it?" I asked.
"<>h, we have a lot of young fellows
who use t h ?? stuff, nnd then, being ?o
near to New York, many of the
habitaos come from Manhattan for a
supply; but nowadays they can't get
it."
"How much do you intend charging
for curing person.? who become your
patients?" asked tho Assemblyman.
"To tell you the truth, that never
came to my mind. I wi'l have to figure
that out when I get things started, re
I li?'?l the doctor.
"That's strange! He Invested $r*>,500
snd tifver jrave thought of how much
hp would charge each patient," said
Ostram as we passcl out.
ACTORS TOLD GENIUS
MUST BOW TO MORALS
Dean Cirosvcnor Warns Them of
Temperament at Shake?
speare Service.
The second annual Shakespeare ser?
vice for the Actors' ?hurch Alliance
was held yesterday afternoon at the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
.Members of the profes.sion and of this
orpani7.atlon, the aim of which is to
"bridge the chasm of misunderstand?
ing between tho stage and the Church,"
attended. A special musical pro?
gramme was given, and Dean Gros
venor preached a ?ormon on tempera?
ment, taking a text from St. Paul's
First Fpi?tlf to the Corinthians: "That
in everything ye are enriched by Him."
He advised artists that they nhould
not let their temperament for temper)
master their personality; that because
they have strong passions, deep emo?
tions and convictions they should take
care that their maturity does not bring
it about that "our passions master us.
our temperament becomes a tyrant and
we its slave."
This, h?s warned them, is liable to
make n genius think he is exempt from !
ordinary rules of character, which has
been the reason that so many brilliant
IIVOS have ended in utter misery' and
ruin. He ?aid that all artists may ac
compliah nun*? by following the pre?
cept.? of Christ: "That in everything ye |
ara enriched by Him."
KEEPS HIS FARM,
THOUGH A FAILURi
Alleged Incompetent Cleared b;
Court of Complete Lack
of Sagacity.
It doe? not necessarily follow, say:
the Court of Appeals, that a man ll
incompetent to manage his own prop
erty merely because "he is lacking lr
the sagacity that makes for success ir
business."
John II. Case, a farmer, who live?
near Fredonla, N. Y., seems to hav?.
made a failure of many things, but th?
highest court Iihs decided that is n?
good reason why a committee should
be appointed. The action of the Su?
preme Court in granting the applica
tion of Case's ?isters is thus n-vcrsed
Case ?aid in his app?.-al that the ft-U'l
in the family was ?In?, to his marring*
to his housekeeper. He got her through
a newspaper advertisement. The cast:
against him rested entirely on the testi?
mony of his two sisters, who sought
tO have the management of his farm
taken from him. Their story also gave
a picture of Case's life.
"It was passed on the little farm in
Fredomu, which belonged to his moth?
er," said Judge Cardozo. "There were
times when he went forth from the
homestead to try hi-s fortunes else?
where, but ho came before long to
the paternal roof. During his sixty
six years of life there grew up a sub?
stantial list of these blighted ventures.
"Not very imposing do tho ventures
seem, but the tragedy of their failure
makes the chief count in the charge of
incapacity, and so they must be chron?
icled. At successive periods he pi
enrpet stretchers, patent medicines anl
knives; leased a farm and sold veg?
etables to his neighbors; gave this up
to raise poultry, and finally bought a
wagon and team and resolved to be a
teamster. His projects were obstinate?
ly unsuccessful."
Case was sued for the price of the
team he bought. Finally he ?ett!?"l
down on the Frcdonia farm. His
father died in 1908 and his mother a
year later. They expressed the
that the son should have the home?
stead, their daughters being married
and having separate homes. The sis?
ters deeded about forty acres of tht?
farm and the homestead to Case. They
minie no chargu that he was incom?
petent until after he had married his
former housekeeper, in 1910.
His wifa quarrelled with his sisters
and addressed scurrilous letters to
them. Justice Cardo/.o said there ?vero
times when the proceedings in the Su
prtma Court seemed to be a trial not
of the sanity of the husband, but of,
the conduct of his wife. He called her
a thrifty and helpful helpmate.
Shipping Information and
Marine News of the World
Vessels Arriving at and De?
parting from Port of
New York.
MIMAT? RE AT.MANA?"
?? [> 07, sunset, i? 41. moon ?at?, J It.
IIIHU ?VATT.n.
A M I* "?t.
Siti.lv Hook . I .??? f> 10
.1 01 5 38
Hell <:?..? ..'. 6 :?3 : 3?
INCOMING STEAMERS.
in DAT.
\ I rasa, Mna.
??'amor,.hi? ?ilasgow, April 1*.An?hor
Rio I? Jinnir?.. April 2. I, A II I
a M Tli,tua- Aprl' ?0.Quel??-.
PalBTfB?, April 10.1'allari
. l'orto Rico. April 19.Insular
?: . IWiiiul?, April 114.. qu?ta*.:
?i i.anurrv.Ilituu, April 23 .. l." Frsiltl'o
*. . -a r*4SB .i,lt,;. AprU U,.J?J Y ?It 1' K
I :. ?prll 7.S (l lg
M??-.! A,Klrrs, April 10. -
H. ' s. April IS.Am Haw
. N>* Origan?. April ?1.. So Pa?
iiil??ilon, April 20.St? l'a,?
' ? "1 ?? tgi'.mrr?..Saiannah. April 23. ..S?f?nnah
.la.kr?.iini;ir. April I.?.Clyde
Tl CSDAT, Al'llll. 87.
?R.>r?<?ii4f;r?r,t ll.rg.ii. April IT. Norwegian
?'ii pla A/.??r.? Ainl 1?.White SUr
Barbado?, April IS) B -
?Han iiu?,i?'ini<i . I'alarmo, Arn! II .Italian
Medina .?;i:???t.?n, April 20_ Mall
M Ik. April 20. Ma ?
?vki?m:.sj)ay, ai'Kii. . ?
?s , , I'i>rri). April 14..Tallan
?"ralalua , A.?-l.-rt. April 13.
. ?, ..... RtxsarJaas, April 14.
, ('..per,'.agen. April 8. -
Kaupansar ?im ii- Ai.nl U.
. J?. ? ? i.tllle. April IS.Cljrd?
April 21.Bo l'a,;
ii ? UtI IBB? April 22.Mo l'ac
?l'.rinji mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO DAT.
\(i :? V.??rl
i ' ? laras
Ma--', a, i ihr?.
? mu, m i". Asa-Haw,...... -
Il l.?HAV, Ai-llll, 27.
I* Touraln?. Ha?re French....II ??O m 3 10pm
i,.- a- ,?:.,'. Ruaalaa ...in no a m l .00 p m
Matura, ?lr-i??la. TrliiMi I. 1" ?0 a m 12 00 m
' Montgomery. Sa?. Saf - ?
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wr.DNESDAV. AI'RIT. 1?.
I.aplar.?1. I.'.terpool. lied ?Star. . 8.30 a m 12 "0 m
Zulla, l'urnio. Red 1).8 3?*r.i 12 00 m
liermurtlin. li.-miMi. ynr?h?.\ . O n., ? m 11 no a ra
Za? ?r?. Curacao, r V. Ca . . t .to a m 12 00m
l'riu,? Il?..l?, l'rln.? .12 1)0 m .1 UO p m
? '.. . .-. ii Mallpr? ...- 1 no p m
Arapattor, J??-l??.iiis-ill?. Clyde...- 1 00 p m
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Cl ?s? NT.
l'isnt mat lot. a-i?! a'r?:i..r ? 31 ?. m.
Ila-sal?. Japan, ?"orra. China. ThlUppInea
Irla .-?aii FralWiaeoi, rhlyo Mam.To-da?
Hawaii, (luim. Philippin??? (?la San Fnn
M . ' - Irai ,.,,rt . April S?
J-apaii Coraa, Chios tria s.?attl??, t-kl
?laru .April 29
Ilawall itl? ?i*ii fraii.'U',.'. Wllhelmln?.. April 30
ll??siil, Japan. Cora?, china, I'htllpplnra
? r?a Han 1 ?. s .May S
?i?ni..ui lalanita, Au?tr?ll?. Nisw
?Eralai ' ? I Frandaco). fentura.... Mar ?
ABIUVED
.-.- ? Ilr '. CaliiJ(t? Frbriarr 23. ("o
Mardi ? .?. .. r 13, Prjrl Bald .4. ??ran April
phla 2?. to lluulder. ?'?id ?. ltojd.
?ir, II 30 p m
. ,, Maelntrra ilir>. Manaillai April
3 ai. l Utlirallar 10, lo lian .r ?L Co, la r a.leat.
llar ir 12 18 p ni
Strjm,'- i'lis of Ma.lrl.f (Brl. ??rin April 11. to
.1 I Vs .s? . a<- llar il : p m.
. S 1 ? ri-.ol April 17, o (ha
Arti'-I.? Uria, ?IM? 188 filil? and 13 Ml ?ri??
p?a??n(? I and I Har at 3 10 p ro.
I Jeffenon, "stew-port N?wi and \?srr,.!lt, to
? w-,?h iaasarn?i?ra and
':.'?- Paaaad II uuirir.tln? at 4 40 p m
???rin.rr Burlnajna, H ? a? dal Tor? t., tha ("-:?.,t
????'ri at ,1 mda?. Anchored
Quart il id m
M?: I. U. Hi,Nil April ?
ind ? I ?'a I" i.-'ih'? 2S. to il.? iBtrtlin
BUSINESS CARDS.
taut ni. lAKi'KT i u:am\u i o.?riaaoa as
,, n:ir?????l ?lr. ?l?iaj. rii.d ut ou Boor 1S1I
Mr. il?i-. 421 Eut 4sth at CUE A bltA.VDT
??
Mjltlara?ti Letter?, "u 11 30; I,000. Il TJ
ln.i.i. I? ?r?m?t. ?i H SVVitherfnriJ, 120 lir? a,l
' I . Kaain. Uli. I'l.on? Ktsv
? i _
Sr.sv Y'l'.K t aKI'KT (1.FAMNO SSOHKS.
Hid. si. Iairirsl. II ?t Modern.
fim: ki us \si.vk.n FitnM our ?AMfmTm,
IV.em U a? ? a . fV.d for Clrru.ar.
Tel lOti 188 ? -,...'. 437 431 Weat 4Mb SS,
?HERIFP'S AUCTION SALE.
BT ?tltM of i-"-il ?Tiff? "f eir?ut!on? to rr.? d(
rrv'r?! ?r-,,1 Mlt-erad I ?II ripm? to ?ale ?i pi'.
'..-.- Bald, Rltei-lff'?
I . " i lit . ?!.? Mill dir of April.
' ?? ? ?. ?t tii VVMt
17th. r-st loft, all th? rietst, tl'lo and lntereat
-. d.-'. Tl ?? \??!i?ri?n Co., 1,1 I M
- u.? tins? c -? ,' ' tn or to
? ' ' Ii 1m.# Pixta??,
Ftiit.-r. iiltir?. Fur-?iir?. ?if- 1 rt?rwrTt?r. I>eak?
?- ? ' -- ; ??-r-rrts oti pTen.iar? Imloi.ain? to ?aid
a
MAX S r,RIF(?'.\HAi;KN H.MenrT
1 !-\MV S ? '-"Is 1
BT rtrtiie of Trtaln writ of ?ir??ut?on t?, ? ? d'
rtvir?! and da '?- ?-' 1 ?' ?ip--?? to .? ? ?t pu-?
,- Its?, ti.roufli Iiinlrl ?irtrtiwal 1. Sheriff',
I ?? ?M?tridajl. tha 2*th day of April,
i el l.t the (.?rot.not,, at 129 F.a?( ?Sth
- i I ! vr?-it ?htch tha ?1?
? ? -. larppa D'AauU? and Samuel D'AiuM?
hi I .?n UM 1 HI lay f April. 1113. or at ?
'.(.?"-??for. w i: OS ?" th? following pt..p?rs> ?
? H ?na?. 4 waavjaa, ? r?.ti ?,f lian.r? ? .?. ? -
aiwte aaldreaa.
MAX S ?i RI FT MIAOUS". Sheriff.
JOS l. KaVIXDLT Inpuly Sheriff
AUCTION SVLES^_
? '. ? > mm, i-noN 5f ?". :*
I al ? actan I
1 a ? 4. ? . : m
W.*4?.rUl B, ?>?.?JlT, AucUoueer.
Hawaiian S? <".?. ?Uta M?M. Bar at 9 M ? m.
siram-r Mont?t? il ,.?.???. ??..1 \ leo.?.?? ?,
Vagina?? IS fand ArarltM 18. te tu? N-w *i.-rk _
i ? R| -. ? Haw t? ir ?t 3 13 a ni.
Htea.ni?! Asumir ,llr). I'ortl?iid. Mi*. A|
io i ii ??i '..?-.? ai ait i
intlnt ?I : ' Il ? ?
r I*?? ? P Uaytoliihla, 'n th? ?
, - r..-?-i In q
gteaUO? I,'"?.,..? iXofl 1 ??- *?? " ">?? I
tUul 1 -?'
Strum-r l'i.mai.. ' - (Brl Uterpi ? A ."il 12, t? I
Iiarrll T Warden, la Lai.a?; l'.ar -
Ml
r<i.?m?r \[ .'?-". ratai ? Ipnl H. ?rr? i nu
IT, rn?y,re?n 11 II??? ?
r r? A Oui a M, - I
f,-r?. mal'a a, .1 m i- Ba II !? I "
sieajnrr l'arlui? Br) Damerara Aprtl 14. Bar
badge M. Ht I.'i-ta iDd M
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OnUrl M I? .?. ? ?
Sandi 11.,.?. N .1. vu'il 13 :? ?' p m ??'"l ?aet
?ouihea.' ' '
?liure. light ?fa.
-Vll.il>
?laaaaan ??nute???J ?3a "?aBclaca: LaaeMiiu
n La l'?. ?? n ? ' - N ?
lam <Nw<-d>. I'M ; ' ' ?"' 9
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Ha n?
fDuti ,. ):? - ?ltll 'X * ? ?HW
; Arthur, Jain-I
T>ler .to Sa.. Paulo iBrai), iluhl?. I "i .Madia.!.
T?:lili u l/i* L'oq i Br) |
STEAMERS AT FORF.If.N PORTS.
___*TKD
1 l.l??rpool. April U ? . Bl N -
i rtito ? , . \. , , 4 ?
KrancU? Mi ? ?. lo I * ?1 ? ia - ?* ?
P'lIT* i . ?" I ...
Balboa, April -'? l?..*ragtilrl iBr). Hong kotng for
.V ? V ?.- ., ! ft ? ??? . ? !
- MI.KI).
T.u-rpo.,1. Apr*.: M.- K-tlada pMa, Sem \
laoodon, Aprl, I
Women to Bake Prize Cakes.
Officers of the National Housewives'
' League have arranged to hold a cake
' making contest on May 8 ami ?, at the
i league's headquarters, 2b West Forty
fifth Street. It was said thai the in?
terest in the recent breadbaking cm
test was so great that the members de?
manded an opportunity to sin,??, the r
prowess in the manufacture of the
I daintier product.
'
RESORTS.
Briarciiff Lodge
AT
BRIARCLIFF MANOR
OPENS
SATURDAY, MAY 8th.
Ri minute Bteetrla Train Service to S .,-?
boro. Keaervatlons made ami full particu?
lars given at New York OfBce, N ? I
Madison Ave. Telephon? No TOTO?Mur
ray HIM. On Tours.
i n t: n i. \v
Whiteface Inn
DESIRABLE ?SOCIAL I \\ikon M I vi
ON HI- M I II I I I Mil II M II?
AKIKIlMlWKS, NKU lllKK.
\\I1M\M l'KK(l\ II, M.,,i.,?r-r.
GALEN HALL
Hull I AM? KANATOKIl'!**.
AT1.ANTIC CITY. M, J.
Alwav? open. Alwaya read/ Always bu?T
Cannot ha excelled tor comfort or tahla
an?l aervtca. A ?.ellch'ful placo (or Spring.
Tonic and curativa baths, with tralM4 at?
tendant?.
F L TOCHO, ?neral ?.fanaifer
leading Hlgh-Cla*?. Madeftta II?'. II '.1
M HI"MA?I V ' ' ' ? et
.l)l.(llf.?<.l.l. 1 ?r llrirl,. r,r
, ??t<?r, ?in p?r!'ir? pr?a!? lat.j, .
U*:?. 111 IJ -??- I If I? -i J I' ? ? . I
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND.
AT..ANTII. riTT N J. HOl'TII ?AI!'U.lA ? t
?. I atoad?- l'r:??t? t,?I.u. ninatng ??Vr la room?.
? ietaior lo ?tree?. ?e?l. ?an par. r ?paitT 50
B|e>,l?. .-.-<? I? -ok rt HUYAN A v. II.LIAM?
I Y? Wttfrn Narth Car?lln? I a ? ' . :
?'?uifor 1?. EkHlttwrn iUll?a> tit 5 A??
INSTRUCTION
Mil lOItli ?Mauili-ttan.
THE BKJtI.IT/ ??< HOOI. OK 1.ANGCAGE.?.,
Now at
IB 30 W?.| 34th Street.
Between Hfth \?enue anil Broatdwar.
BLsl-NKs?. >? BOOL-,
PRATT
SCHOOL-ai ?4 ?Vaut 451? at
?. II ?tructlon It?. ?f?n
li.f st.,?ri:.a..l Bonkk.eoin g
eteir-tjB? and M?T.tar1?' i-.i .
' ?
SCHOOL AGENCIE?.
American jol tmtmtsjm Teacher?' Agency?
Suppl?a 1'rufeaai.i ?. T, ?,'lier?, Tutora,
C>o? erneaaea. ?tc . to College?. IclMOla ami
Pamlllaa Apply to Mr? M. J TUt'NU
rULTOW 11 t'nlon Squara.
WORK WVNTED.
Male
CHATTITTR ar.d ?If?, aaak. Au?;rlai ? ???* ,
recommit A-A Bena Carta?a Agency. 141'. Broad
?ay. ?4?4 Hint._
Female.
A LADT ,lea'.r_ to ootali. ? pialtl >r. f~ h-r Orm?n
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can ha ?eeii M.mrlay. Tu.,?, a',1 Wt .'-A_da_, util
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CUNARD
EUROPE m LIVERPOOL
LUSITANIA
Fastest and Largest Steamer
now in Atlantic Service Sails
SATURDAY. MAY 1.10 A.M.
Transylvania. . Sat., May 8, NOON
Orduna. . . hat.. May 15. 10 AM.
Tuscama. . . Sat., May 22. NOON
LUSITANIA, Sat., May 29.10AM.
Transylvania, . . Sat.. June 5, NOON
A/rv?. - Gibraltar - Genoa - Naple? - Pirro?.?
S.S. CarpathiaThur., May I 3, NOON
ROUND THE WORLD TOUR3
Through booking? lo all principal fort?
rf the World.
? OMrajrvrsoi ?ni bji '????tatkst..*?.?'
FALL P.IVER LINE
TO BOSTON $3.00
Lr. PIT.it 14 N R.. ft- Fulton St., "-"all?.
at ? P M Muele.
Sem I.?imIo? (Norwich) Lina.
Im. Pier 41. N. H . ft. Houaton St, wea?
day? only. !> i?) P. M.. Pia? 't. _. *_, f?L
ft 22(1 (St.. ? SO P *_
,Vc-ce?ler. ?*'*.<i?l; Prn-ldence direct, %\.50
?H l-IDK >l 'AI KHiHIMS, $1.04?.
Ptallr, in, lu,link Sunday, S MO p. m.
! - 1 ?. !.. Il . H-eam_n
( Il r Tlrkei OUlo ; dway. S I
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PIHI.AIil.l.i'illA ICA8 May !'?
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t ??0., 17 Hafrr. Plaet, M ?
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