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LOST, FOUND AND RKWARDS
L08T.?On Amsterdam and Thirrl svenue
car, betvecon I0:7>o and 11:18 Sunday
r-vo., plg-ftktn purso. containing several re
ceipts arui $20.00. Findor pleaoe communt
cate with Misa Branhnm, Furnald Hall,
Columbia University. Mornlngslde 1400.
LOST,?Bankbook No. "70.435 of ihe t'nlon
Dime sx\ .nui- Bank is missins. Ani per
vnn having n claim to ii la hereby called
upon to presen' th-- same wlihln ten days or
?ubmit to havin?c said passl.-nok cancelled aml
a new one Issued.
LOST.-- Bankbook No. 1,070.1)44 of Bank
for Savings. 2S0 Fourth ave.. New York.
Payment atopped. Please return book to
LOST.? Bankbook Nd, 9?2,S6S of iknk for
Savings. 280 Komth ai,v. New York. Pay?
ment atopped Pleaw return book to bank.
LOST.?Bankbook No. i;n7.e.n'(., The Oreenwlch
Savings Bank. 246 a- 248 Sixth ave., N. Y
City. Payment stopped. Please return to bank.
LOST.?Bankhook N?v :;.7.47s of Bank for
Sallngs. 2so Pourth ave., New York. Pay
BMnt atopped. Pletfse return book to bank,
LOST.?Bankbook No 76.013 of the Excol
sior Savings Bank, ~.'j Went 77.t st. Pay?
ment stopped. Please return to bank,
LOST.?Passbook No. 139,713, Issued by the
l.'nion Square Savings Bank. Finder will
piease return to the bank.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
$3711 ST., 101 WEST. -Sunny, well fur?
nished parlor bedroom: telephone, elec
triclty: coup'.e; kltehen prl\ iK-gc-; $27'; also
single Iwdroom. $S..".a Clark.
'?OTH ST.. 4! WEST.?Large sunny room,
wlth private bathroom; also single room;
in private residence; for gentlcmcn.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
' MALL FCRNTSHED APARTMENT (c
rent. ('. .< Is ,i sei tion; i wner wlshi
Catholic busini ss \ on an to share sai o
every convenienco; one block to subway
reforenei required, Phone Na.sh, 7.7"
S7TH. 147, WEST -Opposlte Carnegie Hall,
wcond f! or. prlvqte hotisi : two large
room, one small, kUchenette, bath; excel?
lent restauranl below; $250 month; Imme?
diate possession tii; May i.,, longer. Circlo
17TH ST., 27 WEST.?-Handsomely furnished
apartmenta of mo and four rooms, bath
B-..-1 kitchenette; electric ligb?, steaai heat,
m.il.i service, elevator. Tel. i-m Plaza.
PERSONAL attention given in seeuring
apartments for you. Miss Basmussen, li
P.a.-t 40lh st. Tel. Murray Hill 26C.
FURNISHED APARTMENT WANTED
APARTMENT for threi gentlcmen located
near Broadway, between 43th and 70th
?ts . niusl be AI. Phone Cin Ie 647
HELP WANTED MALE
AL'TO 1NSTRCCTION, $'.5.
s.-'s> lessons, Sl. t'adillac, StucUbaker .<
Mit. hell. B. & M Co . 1302 1. vlngton ave
BUILDING CONSTRL'CTU ?N
Prepare nov. for a better job in the
spring: estimating, draftlng, concrete
structural engincorins; classes now form?
ing. Call for booklet.
Y. M. C. A School of Building Construc
:!on, li! East S6th st., New York, Lenox
Prepare now for more rtsponsible posi
tions; estimators, draftamen, foremen wlth
practical experlence in big demand. Call
.r,i- partlculars; classes now forming.
Y. M. C. A. School ot Bull liir; Construc
' on, lil Eaat S6th st, New Yor.t; Lenox
DRAFTING AND MACHINE DESIGN.
Shortest a>:-l most ertleienl -us..- in New
York, You will be ready for a res-ponsihle
posltlon In l *i weeks. Thorough work in mo
i.-hantcal .lraftlng, mathematies and blue
prlnt readlng Call for partk-ulare.
Y M I' A. School of Machine Dcslgn.
154 East 86th St.. New York Lenox 6051
LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR?Pleasant
and profitable work; day aml evening
classes. S .,il for fraq booklet and vtsitor's
pa's. Wesl Side V. M C. A.. 206 Wes.
17 h ??
Prelii linary work in mathematies; 12
'vrrk.y prnr-tiral course in all mathomal
k-s required m rlally enginpcrlng practici
? ass now lormlnf sti ictly iliult d, Call
.... i . .!?? for .!. lailv
Y M. ('. A. Sohool of Building Construc
tion., 154 E. s6th st.. New Y,.rk: l.enox 6051.
MEN.: !oo?l paying proposltlon io operate
moving picture machine in theater; ex?
perlence unuecessary. Call daj or evening,
\merir-an Theatre I-.uilding. entrance 644
Stli m . 117,1 st... 'Phone Rryant 1519.
PLAN READING AND ESTIMATING
ls the en'i-rlng wedgc to money making
positions in hlp builriing boom now under
way; Intenslvo practical course. Call for
Y. M. C. A. School nf Building Construc
tinn. 154 Eaat S6th st., Now York; Lenox
for mer-hank s. shop foremen, builders. etc.
?thorough, practical work; classes now
foi':.ing. Call for partlculars.
Y. M. C. A. School ot Building Construc
tion. 154 East S6th at., New York; Lenox
SHA1.1. I STAY7 SHALL I GO?
B;'fore maklng a ebsnge, li:.-l out if you
ore on th" right track. To know what
>our llfeworlt should be is a start ln th?
idghl direction. Too traii-.f,l analyRt will
i.now frem a study of your face tlo< voca
-. ion for you This study in based on
jjiuiwn HClentiflc ,..\\% No psychologlcal
tr;rs: no trade t- :>'s. Ask us all about It.
Booklet "I" iiii "-cqucst. Mertcn Instl
tutc, Inc, 96 FIft'i Ave. (at lith st.), N.
-, t?-I Cbelsoa 407
HF.LP WANTED MALE
BOY, nol over 17. Ii\ing with parents, for
manufacturer's oflice; excellent opportu
r.ity. Apply. \\ith refjrences, Tape Elec
i ro Waterproofing Corp.. 31S West 39th
sl., 7th floor. ?
for delivery of small packages; steady;
good wages ;o start, with chame for ad
rancemont. Carter !^k, 7-1 l-iuano st.
BOY.?Wanted, n bright messenger boy
I,.-. producer , r movln fili i; ? ' anc to
progress; boy must li^^ ln neighborhood of
14.1th si. and 7th av. Ask Mr, Rogers,
''.my Studlos, 23 East 26th st.
BOY to run errands and lo Ip around In
photo laboratory. 1'aul J, Vercesl, 177'
East 211.1 st.. store.
BOY to run errands ln flower establish
meiu; good salary. Bunyard, 413 Madi
BOY Hy Chrlstlan flrm: $lil Call 9 a. in.,
McClare Newspaper Syndicate. 7,7:: 4th av.
BOYS wanted to assist ln stockroom, M
, Wltmark & Son. 144 Wesl.37th st.
JEWELERS on rlnga, p,n? and badges;
100 per cent. American flrm; good psy;
*teady work; onlv "square deal" men
wanted; -ii-liour week. W. Fehlhaber, 47
LAYOI r a -d dotatl draughtsmen for mo?
tor l uck -vork permanent pos'tlons wlth
r.vod s.l-ri-f Applj the Garford Motoi
Tiu- ? ' -I inn. Ohio
THIS IS FOR YOU
tf rr>\; are looktng ron x
B1GGER FIELD AND LARGER
t er* In an opportunlty for real men
wlth nlrrrs and ambltions for ths
'ii'ure?men who believe In them
^-Ives?who work to attaln their
desires. \Ve'r? a flnHnclal organl
'atlon of long standing, wlth a
reputatlon serond to none. for hon
esly and earliest endeavor. A\'o sra
on the e\? of a great expanslory.
and to men who meaaure up to our
high .' .i tulas ,i? unllml'ed future ta
CALL .*T ROOM 101 i
225 FIFTH AVE.. N. i
AFTER 10 a. M.
UfTK'E BOY, larjje export and Import
,-ousr; good oppertunlty fc.r advance
!o'rit; Mtai'- ?ge. salary and references A.
f'..?:; ',.72. Tribune Cfflew
OFFICK BOY. not >ver 16; neat app?*ar
:?:??? no objrtrtlon to colored boy. Apply
Cbcltenham Press, 11 East ;>6th st.
CALESMEN. experienced, one for chcmlcals,
anoth'r forxlituffs. another Iron, yteel, etr.,
er. e.ominlr>;lon basis two weeks: if s.tIs
f?r:ory. drawlng nCcount again:-! comrnla
alens. Apply Monday 0-9:30 A. M., all week
af'.^r a:f0, IJ4 Naasa i s:.. Room 1003.
HELP WANTED MAI.E
( l'T'li*!-: BOT, exporicnoe not necesssry:
Bftlary t.i start Js. v. Vlvaudou, Ino., 4IS
We?t 26th ,it.
1<*I". BOY, brlffht; coo.l opportunity for
Ivanoi'inent, jpall Connell Trading Co.,
SHIPPING nii.l iilillii.t clnrk for retail house:
best referenoe required, Apply Henrl, 89
West 4?ih st.
WANTED.? Puller and wringer man. 209
Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn. Small plunt.
i VOl NO MAN* for general office work. In
ciuriiiiT bookkecplng nnd hill cliecklng;
; p.Tmaneut. rcsponslblo position with good
. aalary for <**if- who in capahio mui oompe
| tent. Ferd, T. Hopkina & Son, 430 Lafay
j em- st.. city.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
knowledge ot' typewriting.
neat, accurate, willing workeiT
Harriet Hubbard Ayjer, 323 E.
BF.LLF.VU13 HOKPITAL, psycopathio serv?
ices, graduate nurses needed; women,
ii'f>i men, ?7i>: full malntenance,
UOOKKEEPER and ->tenographer, rxper!
enced. di>ul<le entry, controlllng accounts;
salary, $L'.*.. M. "White. li*.:i Bowery.
BOOKKEEPER nn.l stenographer, expe?
rienced douhle entry, controlllng accounts.
Salary. 47'.*.. SI. White, 163 Bowery.
CIIAMBERMAII); licvns. :? to 3. Applv
Studio Club, "'..'? '"nsi r.-.l st.
Cl.ERICAL GIRLS FOB CLBRICAL
WORK ; AC'CLKATE \T FICl IlKS
GOOD PEN.ME.V. l:ox Sll. 1777 BltOAD
W A Y.
in an organization as
young and large as
this the opportunities to
advance are exceptional
You can begin as
$13.00 per week. **??
Rapid advancement assured.
Applieants' must. be
over 16 years of age.
Call or write
25 Washington Street,
Brooklvn, N. Y.
I! F GOODBtCIl RUBBEB CO
lieeds Elllott-Fislier billers for
its X. \v Yoi I; office: good per
? lanent posil ions will be offered
i ? '. Ite <::.i-.!ii',. ri applieants. The
salaries will bc in accordancu
v ith abllity and experience.
Appl'y to Mr, D, Rose,
17S0 Broadway (near :.7th st.).
FILE CLERK.?Young lady with experi
'?'"''? in Lllirary Burcau's Automatic
t-illng to tako charge of correspon'dencn
file. Apply A. l> fhilds. Cooper Hevvitt
l.iectric Co., 93 River st... Hobolcen, N .1
(one block from Uicksfwannn Terminal
Hudson Tubes* Telephone 2066 Hobokcn'
GIRLS AS TYPISTS.
Girls, age 17 arul over, wanted as
typists. Permanent positions. Large
financial institution.* Hours 9 to
4:30. Saturday half holiday.
Luncheon served free. ( Oppor?
tunity to study stenography and
operation of dictaphone without e.\
pense. Salary $12. Call after 9
A. iM., Room 5030, Metropolitan
Life Building. Fourth Avenue and
23rd Street, New York.
GIRLS AS CLERKS.
Girls, age 17 and over. wanted
as elerks. Permanent positions.
Large financial institution.
Hours 9 to 4:30. Saturday half
holiday. Luncheon served free.
Opportunity to study typewrit?
ing, stenography and' dicta?
phone without expense. Salary
to start $12. Call after 9 A.
M., room 5030 Metropolitan
Life Building, 4th Avenue &
23rd Street, New York City.
GIRLS AS TYPISTS.
Girls, age 17 and over, wanted
as typists. Permanent posi?
tions. Large financial institu?
tion. Hours 9 to 4:30. Satur?
day half holiday. Luncheon
served free. Opportunity to!
study stenography and opera?
tion of dictaphone without ex
pense. Salary $12. Call after |
9 A. M., room 5030 Metropoli?
tan Life Building, Fourth Ave
nue & 23rd Street. New York.
FOR PERFUMERY WORK;
SALARY $12 WEEKLY;
QUICK AND STEADY
FOR FAST WORKERS.
.. 506 5TH AV.
I'OR LABEL1NG BOTTLES (AXD PER
I'i'MKKT PACKAGES. ETC.-; PERMA?
NENT POSITIONS; GOOD SALARY AND
RAPID ADVANCEMENT. APPI/S
A. A. VANTINE & CO..
1 IFTH AVE. AND 39TH ST.,
67 HUNTER'S POINT AVE.,
LONG ISLAND CITY.
GIRLS AS OFFICE ASSISTANTS; PUB
LISII1NG HOUSE II AS EXCELLENT
OPPOKTIN1TY FOR GIRLS INTEREST.
Kl> IN DBVELOPING: GOOD, PERMA?
NENT POSITIONS IN PLEASANT SUR
ROUNDINGS AND CONGEN1AL CLBRI?
CAL WORK; HOURS 9 TO 5: HALF O \ V
SATURDAY; PAY $53 PER MONTH. WITH
BONUS STARTINO iMMKDlATKLY AND
ADVANCEMENT. APPLY L A. HOUGH,
ITH FLOOR. 233 WEST 7'9TH ST.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
of special interest
living in Brooklyn
Three minutes' walk -
from Sands Street
Station at Brooklyn
from all parts
Vacancies now for
If you have tried
and do not like i!
if you are
or if you are
can plate you %
in inter'esting work
Minimum pay $13.00 per
week. Rapid advancement.
assured. Permanent posi?
tion. Call at. once.
WILLIAM STORES. '
25 Washington Street.
Broklvn, N. Y.
for light factory work: pleasanl working
conditions; 17, nfinut.-s from Grand Central
Station. '1'ak- Queensboro subwav at 47,1
St ani ;;.-! ofl al lllh st.
METRI IPI M.1TA N ELECTRIC
.MAN 17 I'Ai ITURINO. ( ' i.MPA N Y
BOULEVARO AND 1 ITH ST.
LONG ISLAND CITY
GIRLS for lighl factory work; -;s hours:
steady; half diiy Saturdav; $17 start. -124
West 33d Bt., 2-1 floor.
GIRLS.- Check rrlers; thoroughly experi?
enced art cmbvoidery and children's
dresses; permanenl positions; good salary.
Lorlmler Greenbaum, ,v-4 Broadway.
GTRLS.?Opportunily lo learn good trade
steady work all year. Rogers, Avenue
B, i orm r l"ih h:.
G1RL.S wanted 10 ins,it circulars In en
velopes; experlence unneeossary. Apply
Moore Press. Inc, 461 Sth ave.
GIRLS.?Opportunlty 10 ir-arn good trade;
steady work al: year. Rogers, Ave h'
corner 17th st.
C1RL for general hnusoworU. Mrs. Gre-n
Lerg, L'ss Wesl :>2 1 si Riverside 3300.
TELEPHON E OPERATORS
Ambitious young women,
17 to 25 years,
with excellent prospects for
No experience necessary;
pay while learning;
ANNUAL VACATIONS WITH III.I, ly\y.
SICK BENEV1TS, ETC, ARE PROV1DED.
are served at cost.
This is a wonderful
opportunity for young women
entering business life today.
SEE CM'P. MANAGER
ANY TIME BETWEEN 9 A M AND 5 P. M.
at Room 530,
24 Lispenard St.,
UT'S JUST BELOW CANAL ST.)
EXPERIENCED, ACCUSTOMED TO
F1NEST WORK; HIGHEST SALAR1ES
PAID; VEARLY POSITIONS; 12
7 EAST 47X11 ST.
packers and eheekers. Ben
jamin Stearns & Co., 27 W. 8:3d.
MODELS. lall, 36. experienced, for high class
dressmaklng establlshment; steady posi?
tion: Saturday half day. Bon,- Soeurs 1.1
West 66th. Apply between 17 and 7 and 7.
und 6 p. in.
THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED WOM?
AN. TAKE CHARGE TWO CHILDREN
G AND 7 Vi YEARS OLD, BOTH GOING
TO SCHOOL; MUST BE ABLE TO SPEAK
GOOD ENOLISH, PREPERABLY o.NE
SPEAKING PRENCH, AND COME WELL
770 WEST END AVE PHONE COL. 1S$!
SALESWOMAN, experienced In the -.. i 7t
high class perfumery and lollet requl
sltes: pt-rniHi.ent position, good salary and
tapid advancement. Applv Superlntend
enl's ollice, A. A. Vantlnc .t Co ,'itli ave
and 39th st.
to make out bills and orders; also eut
stencils and use addressing machine; will
mg, ambitious girl desired
Harriet Hubbard Ayer,
? 323 EAST 34T11 ST.
WANTED.?Nurse, English preferred, best
references 16 months' old baby. Mrs.
T. W. Jnneway 217. Manor Road, S:aten
.?l?nd, N. Y. Phone West Brlghton 4?3.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
THINGS YOU WANT
Good pay from the
start with regular and
Annual vacations with
Liberal sick benefits,
medical advice and
pensions without cost
Work and recreation
rooms tha! are large.
1 well ventilaled and
com fo r l. a b ly fur
Lunch rooms, where hot
meals are provided at
less than cost.
THESE THINGS YOU
HAVE WHEN YOU
Posit ions in this occupa
tion ai".1 now open to
young women and
girls over !(>. with ov
without previous tele?
Positions are also open
Cor all night work at
extra pay for those
who prefer this work.
OFFICE: 27th Street
and Broadway, Man?
58 W. Houston St..
t! Pearl St., Manhat?
tan (11 A. M. to 2
153 E. Tremoni Ave,
Bronx, i) -A. M. to 5
P. M. (Except Tues
days and Fridavs, 12
M. to 9 P. M.). '
And in Brooklyn, 81
Willoughby St. and
I!' unable to come to an
telephone Mir^s Brem
er, "Madison Square
12D00" (free call) for
B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co.
needs a typi-jl for tempprary work in .!?
A'-'.v ".or!; ofllccH; ,-i good, perinnnenl posi
Hon will lv olfercd to ., <,unlifled appli, ant
": il ? ?". -i'l- ' ion oT il." toinpoi ;<?:-. work :
i!..- salary ptiiil will I,.- in accordance with
ablllly and oxpevicnec.
APPLY TO MR. 1). ROSE.
1780 Broadway (\Tear 57thSt.)
WAiTii ??>.;; hours-. 7 lo 10 ii'V .-, "m -,;..| *
t" S:30 p. i.'i. Apply Studio Club, 7,7 East
WANTED, IN PRINCETON \ NITRSB
POR A i' , VEAI"! i H.IJ C-IRT, PER
s' iNAL REPERENi ES REQIHRBIP
\\AOES J'in i5?*.-,. CALL, BETWEEN 1
AND i) . .|; i -:?,, \xl, ,- , , ? ? mon-uat
KIRKBRIDE iiili EAST 64TH ST
VOCNC WOMEN ns technielans in radio
. ?-'i'1''l'|:"h'1|'1'.',,'?', i""'1" ' "N,,":i'"' " "Ot re
>?'??? Pr ?sl** Icrlan llospita'l" i'l""l il 'V ?<jl li at~
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOL'NTANT. ..fllec matia*^ book
keepei . :.-(* years' . .-pcrlence; permanent
<??'_ ?'?<? work. month :*hlghcst leferonces
1 .ii. ..'? rkiiin i M . Brooklyn.
ACCOMPAN' 17.'.; ,!? piroil 1..mig man;
i^'i omplislied planlat. A . 7f.fi Trlbune.
ART STl'DBNT, IR. dpsi7e~s correctiona ns
?' ponimprcial artist ; preferablv with adv
a-jpti. y. H . Box 51 7 Trlbune i Ifriec.
BUTLER YA1 17 r i',- -,. h Tlrsi cTTss
thoroughlj experienced, rpsponslble man"
mosl highly recomim ndpd $S0 Mrs
Mason's Agency, 1:1 W. I2d st. Bryant
BCTLER- -Capable, good appearine Cana?
dian: city ... country; $85; excpllonl writ
tpn nnd personal references. Miss Shea's
Agi ncy. G East 41st st. M irray lllll G771.
COOK, BliTLER; n.erate tee. Japanese
, '? ?? .'?".'? ."?' ut Bureau, i 11 West 12.1 st.
COLORKD COl'PLE llutler-i oolt ; entire :
"'""'? of npiirlitii nt: . apablc. ... i fashtoned -
servants ; $1 |... fine, refor. nces. M*, a sh a'a
Aii ncy. .. East ii ? S| Murray Hill 6774
COI.LEOE STl'DRXT, Christian, desirea
'?"?' idng ? inplo; in. nt. Addi css l iox 51 ?
'!'? ib in-.' i >:i, .
''"I ORED ''ni ]'].!.. , huuffeui ;- UeTTlwre
houscworker; capable servants; $125; ex?
cellent references. Miss Shea's Vgcncs 0 !
East 41st st Murray lllll 6774
COUPLE, -Norweglans; outside man ? will
asslst Inside; wife lirst elass houseworker;
$125; fine references; go anywhere. Miss1
Shea a Agency, o East tist at. Murray llili I
COCPLE (Flnnish-Engrllsh'*, cook nnd
chauffeur, cook and butler; referencea
Lchti'a Agency, 77 17. 125th .st. Harlem
IIOI SEMAN Excepiionall- good nll round
man . $65 \ city or . oun ry; ? long refer?
ences Miss shea's Ag ncy, G East 477 st
Murray Hill 6774
HOLSEMAN, Uiorouslilj experienced; ex
???!!??*>: rel ?n-n.-.-s; ? ? Misa Shaugh
n.-ss\*s Aj en. v. S60 6th av.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
A a COOK Young Iriah girl; excei
lenl cook: good, ion*? referencea. '[',
Misa Hofmayera Agency, 10 E. 43d st., 3d
''"??" Telephone S947 Murray Hill.
CH A M B E R AI A1D, first c lasa; ve r y neat,
thoroughly experienced; good seamstress;
mosl nighly recommended; $65. Mrs.
Masun'a Agency, 131 West 42 1 at.; Bryant
f-OOlv.?English Proteatant widow. with
small girl; prefera small countrj. family;
$4o: exceptionally nice; good recommenda
tions. Miss Sheaa Agency, 6 East Hat at.
Murray Hill 6771
COOK?Young FMnn, verv desirable, excel?
lent cook. $7.-. ... $S0 II. Miss Hof
mayer'a Agencj 10 Bk.iI I.M sl . third
fo '' Ti leph. v 17 Murray lliiiaj
COOK, neat, very capable, con- i .is,
prerera position 1-; ,sl Side apartment,
city, for summer: i <cellcnl i ?;???.,? a
5...'. Mason a Agency, i.:i w. st 47.! st,
l-??,K a,ni vvaitreaa and houseworkera
(Finnlah-Engliah). girls; good refprenccs.
I-thtl a Agency, 77 E. 125th st. Harlem 5515.
COOK. First claaa; 4 Te~ts last ,7wT..-o: -rx- :
ccllenl refeiencos; city or country. Miss.
Shaughnessy s Ageiu**,-, S60 Sixtli a\e.
C?,PJl *??* WAITRESS and HOCPEWORK
ERS (Unniah-Bngllah), g|Tia; R0..d rofer
ences, I.ehtl ?> Agency, 77 EaHt liilh ,t.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
COUPLE fPrencro, neat, nlee, capablo
pair; ontlro wortt small family; city
i piii ? no ni . exci lb -ni referenees; $125. Mrs,
Mnson's Agi ncy, l -I IVeal 12.1 st.
DAY'S WOHKBIl, firsl olass laundruss, de
sir m Prlday, Halurdiiy, East Sldo; neat,
reliable, rcspotiMlblo woman; besl refer?
enees; $3.00. Musun's Agency, l'JI SVest
DRESS.MAKEIt ivlshes a few mon' custom
ers; formerlj wlth Bth ave. house; even?
ing and aflernoon: gownH mad,- ai Hhort
notice. T. I Pluzuj SOO". ?'..'..I Lexlnglon avo.
IIOUSEWORKER or cook, young Prench
woman; (jxcollcnl n\x months' reference.
I.. MIr.h llofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43d
-.1 . third floor. Toleplfono 8047 Murray IIIIl.
llOl'SEWORKElt Young, neat, uopable; best
referenees Miss Shnughneesy's Agency,
B00 Sixth live
INPANT'H NURSE- Experienced with
bnbles i,ii,i oldcr children; $70; good ref
r>ri'iicos. C, Miss Hofmayor'a Ageircy, 10
B. t:-r -<r . ::,i tloor. Tclephono 80-17 Mur
INP VNT'.S NPBSE. Engllsh t'Toti <lant ;
".no" cilj place; cxocpllonallj cupnbie;
$''.."1 . Euglish nnd \merli in refei icei .'' ?
Shea'H Ag ncy, li Easl 4lsl st. Murray Hill
LADY'H MA1D?Cl.I HeBmstress and
packor; city reference. A, Miss Ilof
meyer's Agency, 10 13. 43d st., 3d floor.
Telephone S9-I7 Murray Hill.
LAUNDRESS -Young Irish woman; city
family only; $50-$5B; excellent laundreas.
D., Miss Hofmayor'a Agency, i o lOnst 43d
sl , Ihlrd tloor. Tel. 8347 Murray Hill,
LAUNDRESS Very capablo young lilsh
woman; *.'?'!; city preferred; (lrst class ref?
erenees. Miss Shea's Agency, 0 East list st
Min rn; Mill 0774.
LAUNI.IRESS Plral class; city ,,-? , r?,ntrv;
highly r.'ioinmended. Shaughnessy's
Agi o, y. SCO Sixth ave.
NURSE, neat, i. ; ouns y ,,t. |, r,,,i, ?, .
???? . "? i- ? li ni ? d, growtng child, deslres
posl ion Soul li excellenl lofcr-pnees; J55.
Mrs. Slnann's Agency, 1:: I Wesl l.M si,
\\ vnill-.SP Ciipabb yi ung Iristi girl . $50;
? ' "i ??-?'"?-.. -?????. icfen i - ,' Mi -
?;j'7 ?' -; Agcnoj ij Kusl 1 1 :?? ? i. Murraj II.I.
BILLIE CALK1NS.- Mother iviiius lo hear
from you; is- lonely. Everything is all
righi. Please cme home or write, CoiC
land 7. Davenport
I.' ?PISB ELf.IOTT, or other i olored malds
einployerl by Mrs. Minnte Alien, al 2754
Broadway, from year I ftOS to 1913. Pleaso
send address to f.egal, Box A. 760, care
New York Trlbune.
BESPONSIBLE MAN wlth best referenees
nolng io italy will exccule legltimate
business ai fair coinpensatlon. Address
'? I- . No '. Firsl st., r'lifton, N. .1.
-il .sizes, all prices. nll colors; Wilton \
''? ? '' : Whlttall, Bi uss, Is. Sloans. si n rn > I
??' seamless, like new (slightiy used) $7.50
'" ?? ' ? up Bar or, bedp om, halls. sralrs
Khowroom. oillce caipets, all colors, ail makes,
fl yard |. Orh ma! li ind tufted riigs, Kil
lim's maklng over, cleanlns, laying, tlyeing,
:?-., onabh . ST1LLINGS, INC G20-62S
Madison ave ir.Oih si >. Plu;:a 8S35
WHERE PRICES ARE DOWN
Buy a Slicli Suit or Ovorcoat dlrecl from
maker to wearer nnd save retaller's p.-orli
Wonderful values, $27. to SUi.f.O. ytich Co.,
ti2l Broadway, elghth flooi. 17le.cl.er e:reet
subway or "L" station.
MEN'S HIGH GRADE SUITS AND
0\ ERCOATS?-made by high. class lailors.
ENCEPTIONAL VALUES AT $20 and $26,
Save "Try-on Troublas."
A. & B. ri.ii l'lius SHOP.
62 West 33d Sl.. opposite McAlpln.
Over 70 jcars' practice; all communlca
tion:< strictlj confldentlal; hand book on
petents free on requcst; special facllitles for
offlce consultations. Mnnn &? Co.. patent at
torneys. (111 Woolworth Building. Xew York.
ORIENTAL RUGS ?,"* condition,
size or riuan
lily boUjjht for high"st cash; appralslng a
specialty; call ? r write. Basnajlan " 2U
W L-bt 46lh st. 'Phune 5101 Bryant.
ACCOUNTANT?-Income tat reports pre
pared. Books opened, closed and
suditeil; systems installed. Bogin, 1328
Broadway. Telephone Greeley 1118.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for furnliuro. an
tiques, pianos, brie-a-brac, books. art,
etc. OABAT. 81 University Placu. 'Phon*
D1AMONDS AND JBWELRY BOUGHT
FOR CASH, estates appralsed, pur
chased. BENNETT, 176 Broadway, upstairs.
BIG RAItOAlN.?New and us?d wardrobe
triinks. r>0fl Sixth avo.. bet 30th-3lst ats
STAPLE POOD products corporation
offera unusual opportunlty lo limited
number Investors of $100 or more; in
voalment |irotected; large proflts.
Box A 759, Tribune office.
TIIE PEOPLE i I-' TI1I-: STATE OP NI'VV
YORK BY THE GRACE OP GOD, FREE
To MARSYL STOKES, aml to all pprsr-ui
Interesied as crcdllora, legatees, iipxi of l;ln
"' othi rwlse, in tne Estate of liarrls (7
1-aiiu, m.?-k. deceasad. who al Iho tinip ol i,'
d ?????' ri slded at (he County of .New york
State ot N0V, \OI.k, SEND GREETING?
I pon tho petltlon of William Pahnestorl
resldlng al Katcma, New Y'ork, and Harris
i-dhnestock. resldlng al No. 15 East 66th
Sneet. Borough of Manhattan, City of New
loiii, vou and each of you are h?reby clted
to show cause beforo the Surrogates' Court
of New 5ork County, hold at the Hall nr
Records, ln the County of New York on the
itiiii ciay of january, 1920, at half past ten
oclock m the forcn.i ot that day. why tho
a'vounl of proeeedlngs of William Pahne
stock and Harris Pahnesioek, as Executors
and Trustees of the Last Will and Testament
of said deceased. should not bo Judiclally
ln Testlmony Whereof, Wo bav?< caused
the seal of the Surrogates' Coun or th- said
i ounty oi New York to be hereunto arflxed
Urtness, Honorable John P Co
l'- ^ ) halan. a Sunogate ol our ' sal.l
our Lord ono thousand nlne hundred and
DANIEL .1 DOWDNEY.
Clerk of iho Surrogatea' Court
Aristocracy Accused of
Profiteering in Mice
PARIS. Feb. 1.?The Pasteur Insti
tute is complaining of a special form
of allegcd profiteering from which it is
sulTering. Thc raising of guinea pijra
and white mice for sc-.entific experi
ments almost ceased during the war
wlth tho result that prices for the lit'
tle rodents have increased greatly
This has tempted some persons to l-o
into the breeding of them, and thev nre
charging oxaggerated priees
The "Eclair" asserts that members
of thehighesl aristocracy have taken un
this breeumg business. which pava
them better than raising larger ani
F*rofiteers in "Tips" Curbed
By Law Proposed at Albanv
ALBANY, Feb. 1.?Statutory cnact
ment designed to curb "tipping prof
ileers" is asked by Senator Abraham
Kaplan, Democrat, of New York. Under
the pro'visiona of a bill recently intro
duce.l in the Legislature Senator Kap?
lan seegs to make it a misdemeanor for
any person e.mployed in a cloakroom in
a hotel ni- placi of amusement to share
with other peroona the gratuitiea he
receives for retrieving hata and gar?
ments jinlcss there is displayed con
spicuously a si^n stating that'the tips
are shared with others.
Move to Put Pershing's Name
On Nebraska BalJot Begun
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. l.-Petitions
axe being circulated to place thc name
of General John J. Pershing on the baf
? o- in Nebraska as a Republican candi
date for President. Petition blanka
were sent from the Lincoln headquar?
ters to every county and precinct in
1 -, ??C- The Prim--H'i" will be held
Sociely Woman Shot
While a "Flu" Patient
Chicago Police und Husband Say
Mrs. Folsom's Enjury Was
Sustained by Accidenl
CHICAGO, Feb. 1. Mrs. Richard S.
Folsom, well known in society and wife
of n former city Corporation Counscl,
was reported to-night to be rccovoring
from the rffecta of a bullct wound re
ceived while fhe was in her home last
. Friday night.
Her husband refused to discuss the
] matter to-day, nnd statgd it was an ac?
cident. Chief of Police Garrity, who
i made a personal investigation, also said
' the rovolvev waa accidentally dis
charged by Mrs. Folsom '.vliile she was
The wound was received hy Mrs. Fol
s. m shortly after she had returned
home from an automobile show with
her husband nnd friends, it wns re?
ported. Her father, General George M.
Moulton, and Mr. Folsom were in the
house and heard the shoj., shortly after
.Mrs. Folsom had retired to her room.
Mr". Folsom was taken to the hos
pital in a private ambulance. The mat
: ter was not reported to the police,
: but later General Moulton calied Chief
Attending physicians said Mrs. Fol?
som was resting easily to-night. The
; bullct penetrated her left lung and
' passed out of her back, it was reported.
! Mrs. Folsom was said to be recovering
from influenza at the time of the acci?
Crown Prince is Homesick
ily, according to the correspondent of
"The Telegraaf," who interviewed him
at Wicringen yesterday.
The former Crown Prince said he
lhe former Crown Prince satil lie
was writing his war memoirs, but that I
he could not think of publishing them
now. lle has learned to speak much i
Dutch and wears wooden shoes on his
morning rambles about the Island of
Wicringen, says the correspondent. and I
amuses himself by boxiii-j: with an in
structor from Amsterdam.
Frcderick William said his father.
was in good health, but. thal his mother
was not well. lle declined to discuss
oo i i tica 1 (? u e s t i o n .**.
Old Holland House to Retain
Name as Office Building
The building at Thirtieth Street and
Fifth Avenue, long known as the Hoi
land House, is to be called the Holland -
Building when it has been remodeled j
as an office building. The lirst lease
to bc signed, it was said yesterday, was -
by the board ot' promotion of the j
Northern Baptist Convention. |
The Baptists will occupy several
floors of the building. The Ameriean
Baptist Foreign Mission Society and
the Woman's Ameriean Foreign Mission
Society will move their headquarters
. from Boston, and the retail book store
j of the Ameriean Baptist Publication
i Society will move from 23 East Twenty
; sixth Street to tho rcmodelcd building,
200 Face Trial To-day
E<or Bisbee Deportations
iLong Struggle Expected Over
Selection of Jury; Army of
TOMBSTONE, Ari/.., Feb. I. The
| trials of more than two hundred per
; sons accused of deporting 1,186 striking
copper miners from Bisbee, Ariz., to
; Columbus, X. M., on July 1-', 1917, will
open here to-morrow. All of the de
? i'endants will be present and three of
. them will go to trial, but th'c names of
the three will not !"? announced until
! court opens.
More than two hundred witnesses
'*ave been subpeenaed. Capitalist *,
bankers, merchunts, professional men,
mine managers, superintendents and
foremen comprise tho defendants, who
are charged with conspiracy lo depfive
citizens of their rights in carrying out
Both the prosecution and defense an
ticipate a long struggle over the selec?
tion of the jury.
Youth, 17, Must Die in Chair
Court Affirms Conviction ot'
Slayer of (iirl
Theodore Dixon, seventeen years old,
must die in the electric chair at Sing
Sing for the murder of Margaret
Morton at 20 West 137th Street. That
was learncd yesterday when i*. was
announced at tho prison the Court of
.Apponls had affirmed his conviction.
Dixon, who has been in the deuth
house for more than seven months,
i.roke down and tried yesterday when
Warden Lewis Lawes toid him he must
Ex-Kaiser to Give Hospital
As Sotivenir to Anicronjien
AMERONGEN, Feb. 1,- The former
German Emperor expects to present to
Ameror.Ken a small hospital in re
membrance of his stay here. Prelimi
nary construction of the hospital is
under wav on -"-round donated b\ Coun'
von Bentinck. It was the former Em
peror's interest in the survey of this
structure that occasioned rumors that
a house was being built at Amerongen
for one of his sons.
Police Raid -*I\ed',, Meeting
BERLIN, Feb. I. The police to-day
dispersed a meeting of Communists iit
Plotzensee, just outside Berlin. Five
motor truckloads of men and women
were taken to police headquarterr.
Woman Finds Body of
Man Slain by Thieves
Port Chester Storekeppcr S!u?t
Seven Times Protecting l)av'?
Receipt* of (200
Thomas Koan<\ manager of a James
Butler Btore in Port Chester, N. Y.. wa8
found dead Saturday nit-ht in the Btore
with seven bul!"ts in his body. I* ...
thought that he died protecting
day's rcceipts from hold-up ir.r-r- T
money, nearly $200, was safe ;n his
1' was about 10 o'clock when the
body was found, but although the
i.s close to the poliee station and to b
motion picture theater and a family
occupies the apartment abov? ? no on'e
heard the shots. Mrs. Charles F rbei
of Greenwich, discovered the body.
She was pas3ing tho store and
thought it was odd that the door
Bhouid be open on -?-> cold a night
Looking in, she saw Keane stretched cut
on the fioor. Neither then nor when
the poliee, vvhom Mrs. Furber Bum
moned, arrived was :' suspected thal
Keane had been sho-. A call for an
ambulance was sent in the belit
thc store manager had falien in a faint.
Th" ambulance surgcon was the first
to discovr the bullet wounds. Some
were made hy .-'",'2 and some by .38.
c iliber buHets, indicating, it is thought,
that at least two men participatcd jn
tiie hold-up. Keane had been employed
at the Butler store? for twenty-five
years. but h;irl been in Port (";-;os*..r
oniy a short time.
Aviator Killed in Flight
Maneuver for P^rshins
Captain Field E. Kindley. Amer?
ican Aee. Victim of Fall
at Kelly Field
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Feb. 1.?Cap
tain F;o!d E. Kindley, American ace
and commander of thc 94th Aero
Squadron, was killed instantly in
aerial maneuvers at Kelly Field, Num?
ber 2. this afternoon. Captain Kind
ley's home was Gravette, Ark.
The accident occurred 'vhile a group
of pianos wero in practice formation,
preparing for an exhibition scheduled
in honor of General Pershing's visit
Captain Kindlcy's machine fell when
he wss about fifty feet above the
ground. He was crushed and burned.
Captain Kindley was one of thc air
? -rvice orncers summoned before the
House sub-committee investigating
the air service recently. He came to
Kelly Field from Mitchel Fiel I, L mg
Island, one month ago.
Captain Kindley was the premier
American ace now in the service, hav?
ing twelve German planes to his credit
: ? seven to the credit of Major
Reed M. Chambers, commander of the
first pursuit group stationcd at Kel'15
i ii Id; who ranked him.
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