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HOSPITAL DEDICATED.
gclrrJ) Institution in BroMyn WiU
Soon Be Opened.
•nth eUb«--« ceremony the Jewish Heapttal
, ur - «a« St- Mark's siTeauee. Brooklyn, wiu
«_ st I dock y_e-»«*ay afternoon. More
*' I*o tho-««ne perrons were present ad
___T^- r# rr.*ae by Controller Hennao A. Met*.
TXls* Pre*iO*rt Blr« B. Coler, Oeear 8. Straus
gpreral others.
Icd&1 cd& k'>' t0 th * Sraflfiiag. donated by Mrs. St.
-^rMeKeIW. was formally presented by Henry
jSL \&;rrr.an cf the building committee, and
irt-i-; Abraham, rresldent of the hospital so
•;"' , made the formal speeoJi of acceptance.
*SJ AW-2uun saiC In part:
- «- pupr*in* moment Is here. Realisation to-day
t^. th« place of five years of hopeful, eager an
' '•^t-An The J*»is.h Hospital of Brooklyn has
-"•^J__jl« To-day, now and for all time It
!**il^ei'tpd 10 •' • ■< — ; of jufferlnff humanity.
1, «" c " lerlou9 achievement-far, far greater In
3* !*«rr>tion than «•• ever dreamed of In Its
***■ iSPfr*' far greater In Its future than we can
PtSX' here to-day. In ten years the Jewish
!r^'at : o?i of Urookl>-n has grown from S.oi«> to
_-__f and ihp er^-ter part of this enormous In
** o«i took pa* 1 in the last two or three years.
L^___lmi and tremendous Increase in our popu
zSL •otaTw. *"* entails far rreater responsibill-
Uh '._ oWipatioTis upon us all. and Inspired the
* 5 „. trovem^nt brought to such a magnificent
%£t£lttm to-day.
Borough President Co!er then followed with a
fcrlff sflflrfss, commondlr.s? the work of the Jewish
sj(*r>!i-j Bodety. He was followed by Oscar B.
«tr»us, who came from "Washington to be .present
•vl : Vraus upolw rr the r.on-seetarlan alms of the
».^.n ; tA4 arid tmi of the long Ftruirple for its estab
n 'i«"" Hope «nd cptlm!sm, Mr. Straus said, had
Sir *r« 'p. c;; ct th.-** who undertook the bui:>s
te» of th' ho?r-«J. &nti with these guides he hoped
Hiv ttou'.S rontinise.
hi concluding hi* address. Mr. Straus paid: "In
___h«j there may be differences of opinion, but in
thewck for humanity all must unite."
Controller Met*. In a brief speech, said that the
■art of private institutions was in a great many
-,«« Fuptrl^r to that of city Institutions. Mr. Met_
giid the Herr«w wa? jui Important factor la
/uotr. and was to b * osjs______slsji for his good
B__BB— SMP
Brie f addresses were rr.nde by St. CJalr McTCel
__V, I?r. Jacob Fuhs and Ado]nh I>ewl(tohn. The
Bey T)r. Alexander Lyons delivered the lnvoca
tlea. T^e band of forty boys from the Brooklyn
Hebrew Orphan Asylum furnished the music
glare the last meetjn«r of the society, a month
U o JSO.flOy of tJ-.e .«<■.. needed has been sub
»-r:Vd. The hospital an.l furnishings were bought
««iai tfce trestees of the Memorisl Hospital for
i•o!r^♦^■ ard CWldpea ■'*"-•• latfents will be
tteltted on Pecemlx>r 17.
ÜBfiES ACTION FOR CONGO STATE.
lofton Clergyman Asks Hearers to Write to
Secretary Root on Subject.
The Rev. Dr. Everett D. Burr, of Boston.
sneaking en "The Conpo Crime" In th© Madison
Avenue Eart!?t Church yesterday, urged the
eoEgresatiori to write or telegraph to Secretary
Boot .-•• . : to cress tc get the United States
tm-err. to tak* ?->m<» action on Congo af
ftirs. He said:
TVe ar« re*p-?r.«!bl« for th« conditions In the
Congo. It wiis under our flag- that Henry M.
b-_ql«7 told the natives of the glories of civlll
■ttH Uw of the benefits which would come
fron opening op their lands to the white race.
•t.4 we cannot take refujre under the techni
cality that wo have nothing to do about the
gtrocities I have be«n recitln? to you because
«* did rot sigzi the Berlin act.
This is not a time for technicalities. Recre
eaey er.y ior.p?r en the part of the Unit-d
£ttt« It Immoral. I wish I might have th«
pleflr- of eT«y man in my hearing this morn
tal that before h<» retires to-night he would
«Tlte Er.d mail a personal letter to Secretary of
Sale, Boot, or F<=nd him a 1 1 1 Bin, asking that
be do evervthir.g in his power to summon the
mtior.s in congress to right this wrong. Write
to your representatives in Congress also; you
tire some good ir.en there. I fear any repre
••ntitions jou xniekt make through the Sen
•wrs from this state v.ovid not have much
»elgtt with the State Department.
Investieations have b^-a mad?, but they have
v yet brought no lelief. Three years ago we
-SaS a peace congress a* Boston, and at that
t&e presentr-d this matter and sent a repre
'■tatative to Washington to lobby, but a ehrewd
Rpresenta*iv*> of Leopold appeared and suavely
ur«J why the United states should take the
teiti&tive— -xhy Interfere in something which did
tot cor.err. them? They pay there have been
ttimaa. b'jt are car.not find them, and the result
tea or twelve years of agitation is practically
BOARD AND ROOM".
!■— ELEGANTLT furnished apartrneat: pri
vate baa:, tl 50 dally: inciuding r^e_.'.e.
<■». Co sreeklyj cr.s Sir.. Tr.e Alabama.
If Bui Uta at.
Mb tr. M EAST tasMT Broadwavi —
OeEtrt:. <!'u:et location; all c_rs conven-
Ict; very lai«e. light, handsome., desirable
J*«a: MHiemg bosrflj reasonable rrl'e:
■>st references g.ven In every res;«-t
aoute.
iS» ET . 901 W F.ST — Comfortale room
tai boerd for gentleman: homelike, re
pst Amertcaa family. Ccnfeld.
ffRM-HFIi KOOMS TO LET.
OENTUiMAN war.ts rnc^m mate, offloer
tn'.tTf-i. Afiir«*s n&x z. |SU SI aye.
RtSL for Itctn ho-jaeke^'.ng; running
*iler era hcit; *i»j *ma.: i <•'.:». 7*
fcr. bM ft.
leTTH FT. ISO WEST.— Neatly fuinishei.
•t|»ium suf, ouifiie roorti*: lrr.prove
••ki aiAway; "L"; eaaooable. I'reston.
■ : f T . -. 'VEST.— Parlor c. bedroom:
_«<r>:r:r:g tit.-.; b.eakfii:. ssett.
I«TH fc7 , ir* WUsT.— Parlor and b»4
:oja.; fxg.e srid double; bath, cteasi
?»-: ti-*- ; ■:.',.- ■;r-. iL \. ilav.i-n.
AMIQfKS.
'^tH CHAIRS. re-ep:!cn er4 ballroom.
fcJSMj l]aa r*>j;;:S!r:f- picture- frames, fur
•***•■»; r<»»otki.U« riaipts, i<-ai ruarastefcl. j
''««»» Oi.c.r-s tji^Lp. i«> clxih aye.. !
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MycEjßS CHAXCES.
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Ad- I
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wa thrr^r Each wt*k «c nmil free a
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t_» r N - J., fcrii l ««♦:»• fu« lnforma
- SO";.
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,^siiy.Kr:i-.. c ,t dally » .k'.rt tal
in—* ■", **=:»-*, a!:eratl' r.*. Eton su:*ji.
*sr«tor«? moiaw »' v> ' i:v# ji^ > '- m
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t tjH?? "'* • t<ir * 1 Mtb »t.. Ut'.e with
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M gift*
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'•a-ir M Tomer. 72 We«t
SrS-* 1 SSSSfc rr ' Ick '^chanced far
■OBBa i . • r '"- rj^»-l-ir.c. rr.o<>rate prices
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UPHOLDS HERESY TRIAL.
Dr. Keiguin Says Dr. Crapsey
Was in the Wrong.
JOti *?*£ D L. A * Edxrln Xelewta preached last
2? ? tho West End Presbyterian Church on
tt Co erßton « of Christianity and the Recent
Heresy Trial." His text was.. "And Jesus said.
Thou art Peter, which means a rock, end en this
rock I will build ray chusch."
Dr. ICelgwln said the statement, "It does not
matter what a man believes If he does right." Is
the most Illogical utterance that ever fell from a
human tongue.
"A man," he said. "Is bound to become what he
believe*. A great Church has been trying a man
for nereey and has turned him out of the Church.
The rector of that church In Rochester turned his
of t h« P ™c!£ t r h & h i"i "_ tbe foundation, not only
church—^?L CO^ Church hut of all i>rotestant
rhffri- «~, c divinity of Chriet The Episcopal
Churca is to be congratulated. It has shown that
« bdteve. something, and hfi * had the courage to
put out the man who should have stepped out
without waiting for A bishop to be called in.
♦v T? 6 Church is founded upon the. deity of Christ,
the Ljoro^liip, the Godshlp of Christ, and when a
church gives up the deity of Christ It might as
well close its doors, a " I have 6ee» a good many
churches do. When I do not believe what this
church and this pulpit stand for. I will put on my
hat and walk out. All the furor that was made
over the trial In our own Church and the more
recent one In the Episcopal Church would not
have occurred if men had been loyal to their vows
and conscientious In their utterances."'
HONOR TO ST. FRANCIS XAVIER.
Pope Sends Blessing to Service of Society
for Propagation of the Faith.
Eight thousand persons attended the services In
St. Patrick's Cathedral yesterday afternoon In
honor of the Jesuit Saint Francis Xavier, patron
of the foreign mission society of tho Roman
Catholic Church, known as the Society for th**
Propagation ct the Faith. The cervices were held
under the auspices of the local branch of the or
ganisation, of which the Rev. John J. Dunn Is
director. The services consisted of Pontifical
Vespers, a sermon by Monsirnor Mooney, Vicar
?? Ar a Lf1 d "i? l " IPar1 P art T ine of the Papal blessing
iDg^able _«« y< POP ° Plus sent the f0ll0w?
»!•£?» H^'y F i a , lhe £ blesses. In «• Particular manner,
iv£mLs .° V T £ ke T>? * n the annual reunion of
o?thSSr-' y v O _"_. v of the Faith in the
Cathedral New York. December ft, and expresses
the hope that abundant fruits may follow from i?
lather D-inn. the director, was appointed three
years ago by Archbishop Farley. At that time New
ark was contributing about P/N» a year to™srSgrT
m i 6 , s i ons - The first year after he took charm
o^a ti,«rS *' m . th Jf society hopes to raiso $30,000.
Or ?" t i l!rd go * s . to the missions in North America
and the remaining two-thirds to foreign countrf-M
UPHOLDS PKESIDENTS VIEWS.
Dr. Locke Says Japanese Should Not Be Ex
cluded from 'Frisco Schools.
The Rev. Dr. Charles Edward Lock*, at the Han
son Place Methodist Church. Brooklyn, preached
yesterday on the subject. "Playing the Fool." tak
ing jis his text "I have played the fool and erred
exceedingly."
Dr. Locke ridiculed the idea of there being a
yellow peril, and denounoed the action of the
School Board in San Francisco for excluding Jap
anese children from the public schools In that city.
He paid that the nation was playing the fool in
agreeing to the "diabolical ravages" of the liquor
traffic, but "the greatest of all fools Is he who ay
in his heart there is no God." r>r. Locke con
tinued:
There are many men to-day who, by sobriety and
Industry win success, and then play" the fool with
strong drink or at the gaming table. Sometimes
cit:es and nations play the fool. Such has been
done recently In San Francisco in excluding the
Japanese children from the public schools The
disgrace a«d shame of this action appear when It
is known that there are only ninety-threo Japanese
children in the schools there. There is on the Pa-
HOC Coast a malignant conspiracy against the
Japanese.
As a nation we have played the fool because we
have not made Impossible the deadly scourge of
the saloon and all Us devilish accessories i
ACCTION SALES.
BY VIRTUE of two chattel niortga«ea. I.
Samuel Newwltter. auctioneer, will sell
to-day, at ft e'dock. at number 1444 First
avenue. Borough of Manhattan the fixtures
ted chattels of a saloon. By order of
Mortgagee.
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
_lANT-FACTTTtEPJS of billiard ana pool
t&bles: high grade bowling alley build
ere. lowest prices. MARX BROS.. 24
Union Square.
CARPET CLKAMNO.
N.Y. CarpetcTeaning Co
Old^f-t. Largest. Most Modem.
437 AND 439 WEST 45TH ST.
Tel 2fc»— Bryant. K»tab:i«hed i."7i ."7
VT. H. JORDAN. EDWIN LENTZ.
A & si). W. w2LLI«BIS
363W.WTPST. rlf-nJSL.
CARPET CLKANINO. Eatabli-hed 1878.
CAREFT.I. CARPET CI^AXINO CO.—
Cleans ry compressed air. «team. hand
or en Boor, IMS Broadway. 4-1 Ea«t 48th
,' COE A- BRANDT. Tel. 133 —
DENTISTRY.
BRIDGE WORK r*Tolut!onlzed by Dr.
Buchanan's latest Invention, teeth wlth
ou-. p.ai*-»; specialist In porcelain crowns
at . Inlays; inexpensive. Dr. Buchanan, <Mo '
i >i ao :»»i. a •■•«.. corner 69th st. j
ICE PTRNTTniE.
DESKS AND O
p. LI. TOP
or»icE
rUKNITTJP.E
In great variety
of sts t y1 c and
price.
■BLIJEW.
111 I ..•■■.-■ St.
BMnOOTXEVT ACKNCIEII.
MRS. L. SEELY
Employment Bureau,
23 West 39th St.
'Pbones t-M. i«R— Brya_«.
BROOKLYN OmCE: 84 NEVI.t* BT.
ST. BARTNOL'OaiEW?B
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
£11 East 42d it- — Kim'. ..i_t domestica are
kUip.i'J; also managing fcouiekeepets.
matron*, governesses, tutors, etc.
ArVEP-TISEMENTS «n3 M*Mtfptla_sl for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Cff'-e No. 1884 Broadway, between r^'.fh
aid 87th c'».. -JBtiJ 9 o'elo p. in. Adver
tl»emenia T»'«!vtd at the followlnc tranch
c tires a: regular oflea ra»»« until ft o fjotk
B in . viz.: 214 Bth »ye.. • •. cor. 23d »• ■
JM »>tf, aye . cor. l__a St.; '.'7 Eiist I4tn St.;
ST.? I\ >et 414 et., between 7th and eth area ;
JC3 West l2Sth St.; 133«, Sd five.. b«:weea
7etb ar.d 77tb ste.; 102« 3^ a'» . n»ar «lst
rt : 1704 let eve,, sear MCk at.: 157 East
125 th »• : TS6 Treri^Oßt ay« : <WV> 8d aye,
ron mi.
DESKS. I-DbbIBJ: pariiueaa. railings, tables.
safea. lett/-r irttfi, counters, sJ;elv!r.»rs,
e!cthlr.«T store fixtures; stores. 0.T.-e» fitted. '
Finn Bros.. 28-^2 Centre St.
MACHiyrnT. _
AT REDUCED PRICES.— COO aecotJl hand
wood ao4 Iron working njscr.lr.ee. fatly
rm.nu-fl; t _ichlcer» bcugdt and e_
cl»«t.ced. GPL. B. EDDY. to» -t-uttooe) st.
PTKAMBOAXB.
ITS fS TTrt M •-'Tt-iinis In New fcn_-
BPS IIUH land. Iteduced Bates
I'aM. KIVEIt LINE via Newport and Fall
rtJver. Fares reduced to all point*, **_"lo" lo
«2«6. NtwjKirt. Fa.: River. i- M i. P'V»»
•Wnce. 1280. l*e. Pier ll*. N. R. «. War
reo £t-. week dajs aid tu«4*yi. <"> P. 11.
6tr». Prlscilla and Pilgrim, />rche«traa.
NORWICH LINE via New Ivundoa. Leave
Pier 4" N. R.. foot < nark-on 6t.. week day;
oolv. 6 P. If. Eteansert City of Lowell and
Chester W. <Tiaj>ln. _
NEW HAVEN IJNE fsr N«*__ »_••_■• i
Hartford and North. Leave Pier 20. E. R-.
week «**»■ 2:43 £,•__!__ foot East 2*l
gt. J )'. M. £UxsLkc Klotard P»-'«-
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. DECEJIUER 10. 1000.
LADY OF LOURDES DEDICATED.
Exercises at Famous Shrine Where Many
Miraculous Cures Are Recorded,
Assisted by more than a score of high dignitaries
of the Roman Catholic Church. Bishop McDonnell,
of Brooklyn, yesterday morning dedicated the new
Church of Our Lady of Gourdes. Aberdeen street,
between Broadway and Bushwlck avenue, Wlll
lamsburg. This church Is famous for Its records
of many cures of bodily 111;, and contains a repro
duction of the famous grotto of Our Lady of
gourdes. In France. In testimony of these cures
thousands of crutches and braces are piled high
at the shrine.
The new church was b^gun more than ten years
ago. and has cost over $3«>,O00. It Is in the shape
of a cross and In Corinthian style. It Is 3» feet
deep, 121 feet wide and H feet high. An immense
dome contains costly stained glass Imported from
Kurope. The building Itself Is of red brick. Two
large towers on the top of the church are supported
by eight massive columns. •
The parish was founded twenty-five year.* ago
by the Fathers of Mercy, who came from Prance.
The present *ito of the church was then a wilder
ness. For five years they struggled under adverse
circumstances. ; .
»
TRADE AND FINANCE ABROAD.
The negotiations relative to land concessions to
Americans In the Congo and to the grant made by
King Leopold to the Belgian nation have called
attention to the Ivory trade, an Important one In
that region of South Africa, Elephants were nu
merous In the Congo Jungles some years sgo. The
Ivory Industry In the last few years has assumed
such proportions that Imports to the European
markets advanced from 7.000 kilogrammes In 1583 to
more than 800,000 kilogrammes In 1904. It is easy to
foresee, consequently, that within a certain time
the stock of ivory will keep decreasing, because
of the large battues organized In Africa against
the elephant. One proof of gradual extinction In
the Belgian, Portuguese and French Congoes, us
well as in certain regions of Central Africa and
the White Nile. Is furnished by the progressive
reduction In weight of the elephant tusks brought
from those lands to foreign markets. Thus, while
In 18S9 the average weight of Ivory given by an
African elephant's head was about thirty pounds.
It decreased to sixteen pounds In 1836* This enor
mous reduction shows clearly what « harvest of
young victims is made In Africa, especially by
;he hands of European hunters. The governments
which have practically divided among themselves
the vast regions of the Congo have tried to stop
this excessive and Injurious hunting. King I^eopold
has raised the price of a permit to hunt the ele
phant to 600 francs a year. But this is counter
acted by ■widespread poaching— easily done In such
Immense territories, notably by the Negroes who
want ready cash to pay the taxes imposed upon
them, and who get it mainly by the sale of ele
phants' tusks. In the French Congo the Governor
has recently forbidden the sale and exportation of
any tusks weighing less than four pounds. More
over. It was ordered that from January 1, 1T«"«,
Ivory should not be received any longer in pay
ment of native or other taxes. The British, more
expert in colonial matters, have marked out In So
maliland a zone of protection of 100 miles long by
SO wide. Inside of which elephants cannot be hunt
ed, except under certain restrictions, and In an
other reserve of 60 square nines hunting Is abso
lutely forbidden.
The development of the natural resources: of Bra
zil is watched more closely since th* meeting at
Rio Janeiro Of the third Pan-American Conference.
The port of Para, in tho northern part of the repub
lic, the great rubber emporium. Is increasing its com
mercial and shipping facilities. The Brazilian gov
ernment has recently guaranteed Interest of 6 per
cent to the society charged with the work of con
struction and enlargement of the port of Para.
Th« guaranteed Interest will be paid from taxa
tion imposed on the Import duties of the. port. These
duties amounted to nearly $9,000,000 In 1902. and they
reached more than $30,000,000 in 1905. The city Is
situated on th* Para River, on affluent of the
Amazon, sixty-five miles from the Atlantic Ocean.
The ships anchor three or four miles off shore, and
their cargoes have to be carried in lighters against
currents, which causes heavy expense and consider
able delay.
Th* cable dispatches reporting that In France
the duty en American cotton and seed oil 13 about
to be Increased are proofs of the Influence exer
cised In that country by th* Institution of the
"councillors of foreign trade." Their first meeting
was held recently, under the presidency of Jacaues
Siegfried, and was attended by all the members,
ameng whom were many French producers if olive
OH, who are naturally opposed to the maintenance
of light duties on American oil. "I,e Journal - of
Paris, gives the history of that "Institution of coun
cillors of foreign commerce." founded eight years
ago, by Henry Boucher, then Minister ol Com
merce. Its Importance and utility have been dem
onstrated and appreciated by French interests.
OFFICE PTXTUBES,
Made by the Mile. gold by the Foot.
WISE IFMT3¥!!(iIS
(8.60
OAK as ni mi
fiWHUMT a BOSEonrsura.
TEJ^. lf>r.7 BROAD. _S BEAVER ST
LOST.
Bankbook No. 450.24T of the Union
Dime Savings Institution is missing. Any
person havlnic a clnlm to It Is hereby called
upon to present the sain* within t»n days
or submit to having said passbook cancelled
.-. !-. . a new ore issued.
OIJ> GOLD AND SILVER.
OLD GOLD, eilver and precious atones
bought at highest market value; made
Into new •" ; ■"* or exchange, for new Jew
elry or Japanese goods at M. K. Tepper'a
factory. SB Weat .'.lst st.. basement.
RESTATnANTS.
r_ TSTI T-Tft^FTTI 01 w. * Bth - Under new
-.i--- -- hv..-. ** management. Lch. 4110.
Din. 60a. wine: Sat., Sun.. Hoi.. 60c. Old
Uo.-«tU Dinner. >1.(JO. . Music. Prtr. rooms.
TVPJtWRITIJrO.
TYPEWRITERS— AH makes •old. rented,
repaired, exchanged; reliable service.
Gorman. '% Nacrau st. Telephone 1:740
Cortlandt.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
Wanted— A couple of rood adver
tising solicit or* vu The Tribuue Al
manac for 1907. Liberal comiuis
«'cn. Addresa Advertisiug Manager
i ribune Almuuac, 1.4 Nassau street.
New York.
AOITNT9 WANTED to sell "The Scarlet
1 H Dk"j »en million readeis want It: Henry
George's lax.d U.s tlieo.-y clearly disproved!
nothing ever known like It. Tne l/i 'lluble
T'nl'.n. Box 8. Tribune ojt|»«.
SIX WEEKS' instruction In travelling
salesmanship; position guaranteed upon
eoeapletteu. J'..»/lstreet 6)'<ttm» Rochester.
TUTOR. — fount man of education and
experience In travelling wanted as com
pan'on and tutor for a younc man of CO.
Ad<lrees. wlti. leferences, C 1. H. Box
1. »■■•.. New Yar*.
_*"»*_ WAJITKP.
Female.
ABRAHAM & STRAUS.
BROOKLYN. WANT A
NUMBER OP BRIGHT
GIRL 3 OVER 16 YEARS
OF AGE TO ACT AS
PARCEL. WRAPPERS.
APPLY TO BUPERIN
TENDEN'T. DEPART
MENT OF WRAPPING.
BASEMENT.
HANTjT OIIH, WANTEt> work
now and uur the holMays; ttSa
•On. Moore, flrTVeat 2M gg£ £&* c>
WORK WAJTTED.
Male.
ACCOUNTANT seeks engagements; opens.
clo*es. adjusu. audiu books; terms rea
sonable; special rates to firms not requiring
bookkeeper permanently. Accountant. 409
Ralph st., Brooklyn.
AMERICAN.— 27, pleasing addresa; honest;
knows the difference between Is and are
speaks German; office experience; ex-trav
e,llin«; salesman: deslr«j chance. Weis
76 Manhattan ay».
BOOKKEEPER, cashier, collector, thor
ough:y experienced In double entry, trial
balances, pay rolls, quick, accurate, up to
date. de.«ire« to change for position (tem
porary or steady), with better prospects
*j* st , referencea. A. X., care Collender. 329
BOOKKEEPER. 32, married: competent,
high grade man. quick, willing and ac
curate, desires engagement from January l
best references: salary $25. Compet-nt. 153
v.n ave.
BOOKKEEPER.- By experlei -
man. permanent, salary, si.',, v. E
mun. 3iX» 14t!i sr.. 15r0..:.:
BOOKKEEPER —By young man. bexinr.er
18. as assistant bookkeeper; understands
double and single entry, pcstlnc. etc.; gold
references. AclUrpM N. 6eharf, 21» C' ; i *•
W.»t New York. N. J.
BEIJL. BOY— To assist In private family
or es bell boy. ty a respectable colored
boy; good ability; uncle: parent*' oont-ol
goad city reference. Please call at 122 Di •'
lield st.. Sydney Harmon.
CAKE BAKER; ccod third hand; steal v
position. IMS Sd aye., top lloor.
CCBTO.M CUTTEB •.
with experteoee. seeka place with a mer
fhßiit taiio:. Address Boon lv Ea«
14lh at.
COMPOa.TOR.— Good on straight matter
competent, reliable; assist Job work; mod
erate wares If petma;ie.nt: untown rre
furred. i:jw*r,l. 900 East 30th st.
CARPENTER, mlUwTlgfat and Reneral me
chanic; German. 3<). used to work around
p-iuts; steady and reliable. Bartsch. 43
Stags; si.. Bi-ookl>n.
CARPKVt::,:. BUILDER, — First olasa;
jobbing, repalrlag: good reference. S.
Denault. US Atlanta aye.. Brooklra.
CHAUFFEUR'S IIELPEr:.— By slrcle
young American; in repair shop or on
gentleman's place. Address T. V. Malane.
l<o Bleecker at.
CHAITFEI-R and COACHMAN.— By bun
rl^d Swede. 40; j child: 10 years' persona!
.-\ew irork City references as coachman-
KraOuate.l from 2C< • Jerk .- I »] of Auto
■nubile Englceera: also has some knowledge
of White Steamer. Addresa I*. O. Bex 1(C '
Motristown. N. J.
CHAI.-FFEUR. sober. Industrious, of rood
habits; understands automobiles; to care
for and operate for private taxully; city or
country. B. Woolley, i\>mo. N. J.
CRAUnrKUR.— Sober; referent
make all repairs. Adolph Zander, S.
River St., Ma:noronecir. N. Y.
CHAirmR licensed. 23; run and re
pair any make gasolene car. total ab
stainer; refined; best of references. Hart
813 Lafayette aye.. Brooklyn
CHAUFFEUR.- Scotch; mechanic; seven
>eais- experience; wttn rrii-ate gertle
niin; accustomed to high ; ■.■••■ cats- ex
cellent references. Rom. cere of rzermak
(, \Ve«t 66tb <>t.
CHAUFFkiCR, 3 years' shrj> and road ex
»*rten-». reaabta driver; «M mechanic,
sober and reliable. o. V.. Hudson. i"T
Jane St.. Long Inland Oty.
CONSTRUCTOR. ETC. — Experienced
young r.'.tn desires position us con
structor and draughtsman: specially
scientific on. l meteorological instruments
finishing. Rdju«tlng: graduate JSwiss
r ...1» i#.M. Mi- ■.. school. £ehl««r,f-r. :»43
Arch «' . Philadelphia.
DESIGNER Touts* man. IS. want* to
l«irn ladles fashion d*MKn!r>c: caret litils
for money. Care Hat.-Of.tan. 134 East 25th nt
ADVERTISEMENTS aO6 ■übscnptlpns foe
The Tribune received at their Uptown
OS!c«. No. 1564 Broadway, between 3«th
«n<s «7th in., until 9 o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received at the following branch
offices at regular office rates until 8 o'clock
p m.. vlr: 234 Bth ay«.. ■ c. cor. 23<J St.;
1.13 «th aye.. ear. l-'th at.: 02 East 14th «t. ;
••57 \V>»- *-'J St.. between 7t;j and aii. avea. ;
_gl treat 126 th St.; 133S 3d a»e.. between
•Mb and 77th ■'-»■: 1038 31 aye.. near 61st
it-l 17** lft •£*. ne>J> **"> •»•: 167 Ea»t
j^Ui rt.; -■' ••-moat Ate.; «0 M «rv
WORK WANTED.
Male.
EXGINEinL--Po«mon at onc«i reference t
r " ce ? I9(1 - A«dre»a U Vernon. 151 Was*
EXPERIENCED, cultured teas. strictly
temperate, wants management apartment
house, or UmLar occupation where capacity.
Probity, reliability are factors; references.
8.. 411 West 67th st.
ELEVATOR RUNNER, freight or pas-
Brooid n ** i ' Urslck **> Central ay«..
ELECTRICIAN.—FIMt class: experienced
In all branches: bells, lighting;, machines,
roi _ ten *••*•' "PWlence. Ernest Bootrts,
CM Bergrn aye.. Bronx.
MRKMA.V— - Younr man, 21. wishes to
learn flrln_; three years* experience In
powerhouse as oiler; or drjv!n«. Jerry
iflaha. 327 East Tlst at.
MAX. 83. married, handy In store, hotel or
private place; not an aid of wori;; moder
«y c salary; references. 6tebblns. 0 Cast
101 it st.
MACHINIST and ELECTRICIAN.— YdUnff
U«rauui; ten years' experience; also un
«ei-Btan>ln tiring of steam boiler. Ernest
I'lath. I'll East Slst st
MAN. 2H. with knowledge of TrooiTrcrkfciF.
wishes to ieain irada of cabinetmaker :
lias taken six months' courts in technical
school. Uox 320. BeraardsvUle, N. J.
OFFICB WORK.-Rv young German <C2>;
recently arrived In this country; canno:
sr«?a!{ Englisn: good reference^. Meinardus.
rare cf Klohards. 334 West l_4th st.
roRTKR- Handy -with tools; total ab
stainer: or packer; good all around
worker; references. Itoon<-y. 710 BSh >«•>.
PAINTER, taperhanicr, decorator; take
charge and responsible any job; city,
country. 114 East 41st st.
PAINTER. hoti«e; first class. William
Turnbui:, C4»5 Weet l_t'i St.
Vi i([.rHYMAX.- Undcsvtaada Incubators
Brood! and feeding; references. T. F.
Msione, l«0 Bleecker st.
PRESSMAN.— Universal and Gordon:
union: steady and reliable man; steady
petition; rer«rem-« if ne«-<?r»arv. Samuel
Ulster, A Cioerck pt.
SHIPPING CLERK.— H- experienced man
permanent; salar>-. $12 *1.%. F. Rountree.
237 l*?th St.. Bfooklyn.
STAHI.KMAX. - By G»rman. 3.'.; married;
strong: ran handle hersse; steady place.
Janitor, 17« East 101 st st.
ROOUS and flats fumigated and disinfected
with formaldehyde or paraform; terms
reasonable. Kain. 461 Pearl st.
STEWARD. — OoM all around man; club
experience; fine references; married; age
SO. B«ear, 154 West Mth st
STEAM and AMMONIA FITTER wishes
steady position. H. Conklln. 821 East
ISSiii st.
TO MAKE snow whit* brtekstones for
front walls en buildings,
762 Oerrnpri Place. The Bronx.
WOODWORKER.— By German: two years
in country; experienced In all kinds of
rraeh'.ne work. Address, giving amount of
wages, R. Bartonell. 401 East 10th st.
WATCHMAN— middle aged man. as
watchman or Janitor; long experience. K.
Schmidt. 321 East 7»th st.
WATCHMAN, PORTm. USEFUL MAN.
— By active middle aged man; single.
RODOERS. 201 East 34th St.
WATCHMAN or caretaker: city or coun
try; nine year*" service In regular army;
b*st reference. J. Powers, 136 Nelson
St., Brooklyn.
WANTED. — To represent manufacturer in
Chicago. St. Lr>uis and adjacent territory,
by «xperl«n<;«d salesman with record of
ability and character; floor covering pre
ferred. J. I_ Force, 1445 La Fayette Par-
Way, Chicago.
TOUNO MAN*. 22. work In any office;
typewriter, bookkeeper; an all around
good and ambitious business man. B. F. L-,
117 EHery St.. Brooklyn.
WANTED. — To deal with an exporter tn
provisions and dry goods to be shipped to
Jamaica. Address Jamaica. 401 East Men
roe. Bloomlnston. 111.
TOUNO MAX.— IB: anxious to learn elec
trician's trade. O. Schwab. 1001 Flush
lrg »v«, Brooklyn.
TOCNG MAN.— 2I; ln automobile garage.
e\-eclngs frcm 6 to 9; salary no objwt.
Address 3_. Curtis, 836 West 17th St.
YOUNG MAN.— In real estate office, or as
timekeeper; change for advancement; ex
cellent references. A. LiU-y. SO2 West
130 th St.
TOrNO MAS- Sober, willing ; can do neat
alteration on ladles' and gents' c'.oth
lrg; also tfA sharing; with private fam
ily. Richard*. 241 "West 124 th St.
TOUN'O MAN. 17. stronc. willing; learn
electrician* trade: references. C. Miller.
101 Atlantis aye.. Brooklyn.
TOUXO MAN, 19, shaking German.
strong and willing to work, wishes place
at anj fling after 4 -'clock evenings. Ad
dress Jehlen. 162 East 74th St.
TOtTXG MAN. 23; experienced timekeeper
or all around shop hand: wages $12.
Charles H. Meyer. «14 East lTth st.
TOUXO MAN.— 2S: excellent penman: beet
reference; Inclined Westward. California
preferred; thorough knowledge real estate;
ur.dersUn-s manufacture. Mortlnwr Levy.
1228 Madison are.
YOUNG MAN.— la office of antorr.AtiTie
business; best of references and recom
mendations; sober, honest and willing. H.
Cottier, 134 East 43d st
TOUNO MAN. 22 in laige c!T.ce; good ref
«r«nce. S. S.. 1100 Grant aye.. Brcnx.
TOT-NO MAN. 23 years old. can ship. pack.
receive, mark and assemble. J. Cun
ningham. 152 West 101 st st.
YOUNG MAN, 17: where there Is chance
for advancement: excellent penman: best
references; state salary. V.. Box 34 Trib
un» Office.
YOUNG COUPLR childless; not afraid of
work: god references: any kind of work;
city or country. Josef Remes:h, care Ham
burger, 143 Watts *t.
TOt'NG MAN. 13; run automobile cr se-:or._
wan; In private pllc<\ out of town pie
ferred. Engineer. '.'43 West S>Olh st.
YOUNO MAN. 2ft. with good chance of
advancement; lew > ears' experience as
sistant bookkeeper; salary $12; best refer
ences. John Petrone. 108 Charles st
"taw*.
ACCOMPLISHED WOMAN. 41. will give
services as secretary. comps_>tea or
chaperon in exchange for good home. M
Lewis. 326 West 43th st.
COMPANION or HOUSEKEEPER.—R»
finej Protestant woman capable, position
of trust, in above, t similar capacity; g.j0.1
nut so for conral*acent. elderly or invalid
lady; very hl«lipst references. Address Miss
Bel. Box M West'.'ury Station Lens Isl
and.
COMPANION.— By njlJJl« asM widow ~7
culture anil r-tinrta»nt as companloa «r
managing housekeeper; txcepttonal .*( . .
tUL*». p. o. ii»\ 823, Tarrj-towo. N. Y.
OFFICE position, with Clerical work, or in
laur.jr- for jn.irklrc linen; understands
use of telephone: can keep boolis: sood v!
erercc. Mr*. Powers. S*'J Herklnet at.,
Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER typewrite: assistant
bookkeeper; 17. beginner. Address Miss
I' . 9 oilffor.l Place. Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER. —By profi.-ipnt joutik
colored woman; college graduate; also
mu'icliin; references. Addreaa Graduate,
Trlt-une Uptown office. I£*» Broadway.
T I WRITER and public s C !apher:
first cla^s work guaranteed; reasonable
rates. Jean Thompson. l"*4 (ierklmer st..
Brooklyn.
TYPEWRITER and STENOGRAPHER.—
By competent youns girl. 17: *a!»rs' 57
la start: experienced. Address E. Waters.
66 Windsor Place. Brooklyn.
OOMEBTIC RITTATION9 WANTED.
Mai*
ATTEND\NT. cotnr«nlon to sn Inrllld:
experienced, e«l>i'.-ate i. gi-ntiemanly ; a>--
COStomed to traxel; New York referencea.
Graham, «1» I^xlr.fT'in a\«.
BUTLER. — By Bwf-d»; »_|>e*l— «ed; hichly
recommerded by all previous employers;
with private family where there Is a»*ist
ance !.-• par.try. Butler, US E*st 17:h st
COURIER.— By valet: masseur; )«ai
•injle; experienced: Freu-i-.:nan; sootl .•»;■-
P*aranoe; speaks Cng l«h, French en^l
Italian: rlty. country •■ 'ravelling; l»r*1
elaas rlty end persons'. rer«re»««* Reni.
260 W. Ft S7th .'
COOK -By relereel man na oboli Answer
V»y mull ■ - r > V.'i-st Stth si . Caw •' Nkh
all
COLORED MAN. who ha» many yc*ra ex
pertence in taking tall charge of liache-
Mf'a apartment, clothing; »''•• Join? cood
cO'Wlrt. exil rafcrajßC* Taylor. 22T» IThI
*'»; a*.
COLOR] •• MAX. »hi understands high
trade "Yen .-.->okln«: also «•• •<! l*B«ry;
«• i butler: first .-las* b>:arains; hu'ise.
1-Wor. 225 West (list at.
.-.(MAS " second MAN.-- Private
figure; ln«el.!j"r.t re».ing Dane. 25, best
countrj' refereiic«s; $¥> 160 Bleecker st
COACHMAN.— By married Swede. 40: l
child; 16 years' personal New York city
r»ff-r»n»>«, thoroughly understands nunti*.
"lent of large private slaMs Address P. O.
■•* 182. Mcrristown. K. J-
FARMER or mm man.— By irts*v
"a**; married, no cfclUTea; njfe excsUtnt
oo<*; w«:i r»oo:rrt.-,.*.»d« <*•* CfcrpeiUj'*
DOMTSTIO SITTATIONS WANTED.
XjUsv
5 .:;V rl v.^.-vr- •»-■■»•-••■: i. r-.-v
-iTSmvSJJT* _*fi* fen «*•*«•: • Place
?7th^eo*r"«u,^ r *' ■ ehfiß - 113 «•*
JAPANESE mtts position as butl-r valet
or ncusfworker: city, couatrr- mvi »_r
freacea. Susukl. n Concord »t.. Brooklyn.
JAPANESE.. 10 y.ars; work and stiidT
steady ptaca. xx B ro=o. 41 Eaa? wth s^ 7*7 *
JAPANESE, excellent i icolc. ten years' •*-
„ P* rt «n c ?. wl3 "»e* position In prl»at»fara-
Hjr bachelors apartm-nt; tales entire eharse
JAPA-VCTE youth: attends school; under
stands housework; In private family or
any place where allowed to go to day
school. Tsuru. til East J23J st
JAPAN student wants to do housework
In gentleman s apartments. X., 223 East
snt ft.
JANlTOlt— Jeireiler l>y trade, as Janltor
or run elevator; uood reference, S. Black
man. 123 I>uflle!_ at., UrcoWr. n.
JANITOR.— By German-American ; fcu»!n»si
building; steam or co:a water flats .in
d« all repairs: bent reference. Address, or
call. August Waldlngar. S9O St. Ann's aye.
JANITOR. — Wishes chance: _ first class
flats; good worker; 8 Tears last place. _
years In present employment. Address
Janitor. 13- East 131'J «t.
USEFUL MAN. — By German. 30; tali
stronz; not afraid rt work; unileistardi
carrenterlr.g; locksmith, ka!?orciner f-
Mlrs; experienced. George Halbo:h. 417
East 70th St.
USEFUL MAX.— German <21>; onTy
' ■: " year in country: any light work.
J. Kansen. care of Fender. 419 East 9th St.
USEFUL MAN.— By Genr.an iJS.; willln-;
at thins: in business hours pre
ferred. Crossmann. 347 East 04th st.
VALET. — Young man, 52. as valet to gen
tleman in private family. 4ddre!<s
Morris Prest Philip. ;0S :d st". LaUewoort.
VALET or BUTLER. Japanese, wants po
sition; thoroughly competent; speaks
Knpll«h; best references. V. M.. 131 East
mil st.
VALET. — Aged 27; former non-commis
sioned officer: Rood Vienna references.
Address K. H«K»r. 419 TVlnthro? st . Long
Island City.
VALET. attendant to an lnralld; experi
enced, educated, gentlemanly; a cua-
tomed to travel; New York references.
Uraham. 69 L«xln_ton aye.
VALET. —By Japanese student, as ralet of
gectleciac's apaxunents. S., 225 Kast
nst st.
WAITSTR. —Colored man: experienced; gocd
In rush, willing and obliging: good
worker, one who kr.ows bts buslnens; gocd
position. Csre Norman. 247 West 143 d st.
WAITER. PORTER or EI..E\*ATOR RUN
NER.—By light colored man. H. J.
Davis. 216 Weet 30th st.
WAITER. — By light colored man; eapeit
enced: will accept any other work. Sea
man. 453 'West 27th st.
Female.
COOK. -Swe^a. $30 to US. city only; •»
cellent references. Swedish Exchange.
69* 3d are., near Stth St.
COOK for dinner parties. lunch-* or recep
tions; excellent references. Swedish Ex
change. 694 8d aye.. near 88th st.
COOK, fie, — CHAMBERZIAID. A«l— Two
girls; competent cook, good baker, excel
lent laundress, other chambermaid and
waitress; like children; no objections to
country. Morrow's Bureau, Til I_«.ngt»n
aye.. corn* 58th «c
COOK. — By a WeUa womaai first class
cook; would go by day or week. Call or
address K. KroiTe. 838 East 40th st, ear* of
Mrs. O'ConiMll.
COOK. — Young German woman: first class
cook; good baker; plain laundress; has
friend nurse, good seamstress: city, coun
try. Morrow's Bureau. 721 Islington aye..
corner SSth st.
COOK.— First class German; good baker:
city cr country; bast references; wag»».
135. Call at Lane a Bo«cher>r Company
Bureau. 13 West 27th street.
COOK. &e. —^WAITER, Ac— Couplei woman
bouseworker. good cook, can bake, excel
lent laundr*»s; man general^ useful, un
derstands waiting, willing, obliging: n» ob
jections t« country. Morrow's Bureau, 721
L-jclngten ay*.. 58th at.
COOK. — Experienced, capable woman, un
derstands all branches o; cooking; soups,
entrees, desserts, ale. best New Tor* ref
erences. M. M . Miss F'.czger&id's Bureau.
608 sth aye.. corner 42d.
COOK. — Protestant; first class: city or
country, where kltcher.malij Is k»j>t; good
reference. M. H . 28ft East »th st.
CARETAKER.— to talc* ear* of
widower's or bachelor's apartments.
Anderson. 631 Amsterdam a-.*,
CHAMBERMAID. — Cbmperent womaji to do
charaberwork and plain sewing; low wsgee;
city or country; excellent referecoaa. C_ll
personal!?. Solas-, 217 W»st 36th St.. on*
flight up.
CHAMBERMAID and seamstress; compe
tent young girl: excellent English and
American references; city or country. 8.
a.. Miss Fltzgsraltl s Bureau. COS 3ta aye.,
007. <-•
CHAMBERMAID or WAITRESS. B/ com
petent young woman; by the day. 203 East
74th St., Dugan's bell.
CLEANING and WASHING— By German
woni&n Mrs. Blerw'.th. 69" 10th aye.
DATS WORK.— By reliabla colored wom
an. Emma Jones, 48 East 13Sd ct.
DAY'S WORK or WASHING —By colored
worr.an. Woodloy. 22 West 96th st.
DAY'S WORK (steady), by neat, respecta
ble, trustworthy Scandinavian woman;
good cook: half day's light morning work.
except Sunday, in neighborhood. Andersen.
'-■919 Sth aye.
HALS* DAYS' WORK. — By woman; wash
ing, cleaning: office or clubroom. Ad
vertiser. -0-4 Avenua A, rear house, two
HOUSEWORK. — Young woman to do light
housework In small family; city refer
ence. Munson. 423 East ««th st.
HOUSEKEEPER. — By reflned gentiewam
an. whera servants are employed, or to
take care of linen room; reference from
present employer. Brooklyn preferred. L.
A. Guile. 122 Spring aye.. RtJgewocx!. N. £.
HOUSEWORK.— By c^lorej glr!: cook.
wash an.l watt en la lies; or da;. » work:
city references: Sunday work. 421" West
Si'd St.. Mrs. Minnie Williams.
UOCSEWORK. — aaacral; siuall family;
.\ag»jj. $ls to $_o; exieilent refeaejßcea.
884 3d aye.. a■„
JAXITRE.-^S. In tenement house: ht:sbanil
handy, all around man: no small chil
dren; no hasera*nt: four years' references.
Mrs. A. Wallace. :-'<> i:_s: «uth st.
KITCHIvNMAIU v younr sir:. cr do
lisht housework. M..Nan:ara. IS2 East
End aye.
LAI>T"9 MAID.— By North Oenniii. om
petema n:aid. r od sewer and packer; best
references: city or country: wages $25. Call
at !-ai.« & BoadMtar Co. Buivau. 13 West
27th st.
DAY'S WORK.— By color*J w>man: or
washing J^r.» a*, home. Downs. -' ■: Weaj
Oat st.
I*ADY*S MAll>.— rYenoh seaniiiress. hair
dress-T. tan he!i> In other duties, to alder*
ly lady: rltv or country; p<>r»oaai refer
enr.es. Us - . !t8 v. eat :;'j: st.
i_\T:.\iiiu.-- f.rbt class; slilrts. collar*,
cults, fin- tace*: *-as brother usefu! man;
city or country. ■ -■■•.- 11O»— Has*.
MorroTv's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.. f.St'n.
I_AUXI>IU:S3. reepettable Swedt'h
woman: a: hoin«: first lias's work; Ai
leKiientes Mrs. Johnson. 848 West »•■
St.. apartment W.
i.m xr>r. ■:.-- and ritAMBERMAID.-'
Wages «- '"' iv only: •i • : ; >-n- rt-fer
encfs> Sne . -.. Ex'-hat.ce. BC I M ay*.. r.«*r
»h«M
I.AN. ■ - By flrnt els«« o-JoreU !«-.in
dres?: lamliy rr fan'iy waiihirs; b.t:ii«
prefrrrel. Mr>. Stewart. Ut l-awr«:u-e at
LAVXDRt:?*.- Tlr.ni«h: first c!a«-»: can .1j
tip shirt-, cil!ar». fin* liner: fro yoars
last r-la<"»; e.\!^»!l';-.t Imreoi "•• Jr.fsUa
Eur»au. «<•'> L,->\lnstcn avo.
LArNDrti;?>.--i:xcei:-nt: o:t I,- .'jr;
Tvoiit.l tai>» n-shi-s horn»: .>p«-r> sir «iry
me. cltv refereaae'. K#lly. \2* \\>m s.>tii.
MAID t-. cll*rly ladj expw •• •<*.'.. f.>-«.t
pe-k»- »t '. tra»e!!er. p*ryrna! rttjl r-'-T
eri'^s; vfiilinc a.' 4 olHkir.s: useful in c:'-*
nee«. AJvertiSOf. '"ar9 .-f Anxionv 1"9
We«f ggi Bt.
■",' '■•"
NURSE Bngl si e«t i e!-!rr.o*O. un.ler^tand<
lv.-tt!o f»»;in«. wmtVl lmk« I or - rolitlrcni
<•«!• fumls:, hl?hes: r«fwtw<«: «*(•* V— <■»
*-'■ v Idrees Mrs PkklMßii I Co-tiwrattre.
Bur»«ti. i2l .\' »-ii«> :• »>■•
KIRSI praeileal; r»re el Invalid or el,!
erly lady _!>«• rnas^as*: sT^*<l *"«n'«r«v
i_.«. reference; *23 BJSBXh *.ldr#se) S72S
Lancaster aye.. West Pbtlad-lphla.
NURSE~would like f«w patient* for Mi
sac» at »adie_* re»idw»>» oral h-n - MMi
rrlsbouir. 640 West 13th St.
NURSERT OO\TRNESS.— North German.
speak Frenrh fluent!*; ejooel if»»r.
clti or .. .-■ t *«t ■■• ■ * J * ?n
' ail .i' Lans - ''■•* hares «.'o. Bureau. 13
West '.-7th st. ■KiSI
•SWINOL Plain . either jjoat <>___*]»
R.\n.r_-i\;it
**Amarlca*3 Greatest Railroad."
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• HUOSOM R.'VEO RA;LfIQAO
Tralne leare Grani Ceßtral Station. 423 Si..
and, except the 9.39 a. in.. 1 «_. 3.30. 11. 30
p. m.. stop st 123 th St. 13 minutes later.
Buffi!-)- tS.BO. *S.4i. »10.3 aa. m.» 1.02;
•1 '«. "-."4. •4.iC». •«.«). •9.00, •'J.Ji.
•«».;<•. *11.30 p. m.
Chlrasco— a. m., *I.o*. *1 *>. •4-83.
•r..;;i> ••;.•(>. •«. no •0.r.0. •11.30 p. m.
Cincinnati— »iO*.«i.CO.n>.oo.»».S<>.«U.3w p.m.
Cleveland— *B. 4s a. in.. «1.0«;. *i.CO. "SOO. I
•8 ... ~, .-,, *11.3i> p. pi
Ceiumbos- »5.30, •*.0», •».S!> ■p. m.
Detroit— •*. 43 a. m.. *1.06. »1.30. •«.<».
••».'». •».», «i: 50 p. m.
Inillarar>ti!i<« — •.• ■■•» Tt.ZJ. # 11.5» p. m.
Montreal— TlilO. *9.30, t3. 10 a. m.. »7.C0,
•7.30 p. m.
Niagara Fa!:«— ♦•.SBt eg 43 a,m . •I'V.COa.m..
•1.02. 'LQC. •O.CO. 'h.Ov. •»». »d.30.
•11.30 p. n.
Pt. Louis — »;.o.i. »\zo ivza n. m.
Toronto —^.Jia.n.. *S.oo. ?•>..•?(». b11.33p.tn.
lIARLCM DIVISION:
!>«.■; c. tti. ami 5..".0 p. n.. <-x. S&MaTi V>
n-t>>,.| ar. 1 ,\\>. Adasi?: Bundar. t).V." a..r.i.
ruiirrnn .-Sri on ell thr'«;h tvefnsv.
Ticket oOttm *: v:>. 215, 413 a:i I i2TI
Broadway. 2-" l>j;n .Sq. W.. 27r. Gotaasboa
A'-.. 117 V ■■■• '-.■:►- St Grand »'»ntral ari
;-■"• St. Sfation-%. N"*w Tcrk; P^S and 728 ;
Fultrn St. and X* Eroidwav. Uro^klyn.
•Dally. iKx. Snrt. "Es. Mtn. bK-. S.->».
Teleptcne •<>ot> 33th St."' for N'^tr Tork
<"-nrral Cah Per»lf». J^cifnre cheeked fr<;m
hot#l rr rrsiiiom-u iy \\\-«tcott F.vt-'~.
'" r. paly. .1. f. rwir.LAJtn.
--'■'■ Vlc»-P»»ald»nt. Cen Pas;»r:ser As«n*.
OCEAN STlL\>rri^.
Fast Express Service.
[PLTMOUTH— CHCRBOURO-BRE.'irK^
Kr nprlm d»<- \t,, 2F.St
K. «Y.i. II Ir\n. H. !'»A. M.
Kronnrin: ,j !". •• -onn
K. Wm. 11 F"h! Vi. *<•• A. M.
Kmnrriai ... F»i>. 2s. «A. M.
Kal?"T M.i r r.. lft A. M
Twin-Screw Pass"nsrcr Service.
BREMEN Dinr.i.T:
:-.:-\n r>-c n. m .». M.
Torek — ijx?*-. is. i>».«. M.
Frtedrleh Dec _T ifl A. V
C__B»l Jan. 3, 10 A. M
?faln lan. 1". lo a. M.
Mtshi lan. 2t, 10 a. M.
Mediterranean Sen
rttBItALTAR- NAPLES— C..SO A.
K. Albert lan. I.'. ". A. \!.
P. Tr«n* lan. V: 11 A. Bt
tKalaer j.-» : 2.'.. 11 A. M.
•Neckar F»ii. 2. 1 1 A. M.
K. I mlm F--V>. 'J. 11 A. v
K. Albert Feb.. 23. 11 A. M.
TOlntta fJlbra'tar. "Omiti O*nia.
Frnm : r »ms r<» "A & 4:h st« . Retaken.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYnTRAVF.LT-ERS'
CHEfTKS rood ai.t.ove»< the TTORLD.
OKLRICRS A: <■<.. No. 5 Kr^iO-vsy. N. T.
Lou!» IT. Merer. 10KJ TValnut it., Phil*.
HAKBURG-AKERICAN LINE.
Twin Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHEP.BO'cRO— HAM3URO.
Kals»rlnfnew>Dee.l3.2PM jßlueeher. fee 23
•Walderse*. Dec. 13. 9 AM | •P'na'V r.'.a [Me-SB
•Omits Cherbourg;-
Mediterranean Kervlco.
TO GIBRALTAR — NAPLES tiENOA.
H__tiurs....Jar. lOiHamburg . . . Mar. Zi
•^tMoltk".. ..Tan. 21 ! t»F- V. Lu!se.Apr. 11
•t»eiitschland.Feb. 4 ! **Mo!tke ...J IS
Hamburg Feb. IDlHamburg May 1
•Has Grill Room tHas Gymnasium.
M»d!t««Ta.nej>.n and Orient Cruise. 7*
days. {Mediterranean Cruise.
Ei^ht Days to Italy.
BT THE GROAT FL.TER UWJISURC-UID
From New York, February •. 1907.
I ffl ' P ■•♦ MOr.TKT!. Jatraarr 29.
Viy Ull (1 Its LJ U J3OO AND UPWARD.
TOURIST BUREAU.
R. R. Tickets 1 , hotel aceommofiatlons
general Information about foreign travel
Travellers' checks good all over the world.
OFFICE. 87 BROADWAT. N. Y.
•Prs>ne. 1909 Rector. Piers. Hoboken.
American T TTnssamne at 9.30 A. it.
PL.TMOUTH— CHERB 1 0-SOCTHAM PTOM
New V ,rk Dec 13i Philadelphia. .*-> •. 2»
St. Louis Dec22'St. Paul Jan. 5
RED STAR LINE ITs*£
NEW TORK— ANTWjrRP— PAitlg
Finland.Dee.i;. 2 pin 'Kraor.l'd. Jan. 2. 7 »m
Z»o'I-1.Doc js.j j«:t Va<>r!and.Jan. 9, n'n
WHITB STAR LirT_ J^.^' r
SEW TORK-Q'V?TOW'- UvirT.POOI*.
Cvltis.. . Deo. 12. 2ptn;Oc«ar.l'?..Jaß. 2. 7 am
Baltic. .r>-?. i". «ani!T»uton:c.Jan.9. 10 =>- % -
Majestic. D*.r -*,10_m|_laJ«-tlo.J_B._S.lOai»
t^hb HEaiTERRAWSAII j^es
FROM SEW TORK—
CEDRIC.Jan. 5 9::V3 a. re. : Ffb. I1)2l«yv>
CELTIC. .Jan. 19. 9.30 a. m.; Mar. 2 TONS
CRETIC Mar. 30. coon; May 9 Juaa 20
FROM BOSTON—
CANOPIC Jan. 12, S:3>> a. m.; F-b. 23
REPUBLIC f«b. 2. 1 p. m.; Mar 16
PASSENGER OFFICE. » BROADWAY.
Freight OJPc«. Whitehall E'.cs.. Eatery PL
aBOLK3_A_L^nD (Leas
From -piers 51-62. North River.
LIVERPOOL via QI'IiHNSTOW^.
ETRURIA?.L D«e. 15. 2P. M.
LUCAXIA.., D»c. 22. 11 A. M.
Umbria. .'.."...Dec. 29iCarmama Jan 13
8trur1a....... .Jan. 14; Campania .....Jan. 24
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— ADRIATIC—
EG\ ¥ :.
CARONIA"> Jan. 0. vi* Gibraltar an.? N's
(2o 000 IP 1 * - Scheduled through to
UU.ouu j. ALE XANDRIA. 14 days
tens), j Fee. 19. to Gibraltar Bad Naples.
Supplementing new modem twin screw S. S.
VLTONIA..(2d 4 84 only) Jan. 17, Mar. 7
PANNONIA Marc-li 14. noon: May 2
CARPATHIA. March 23. aooa; May 13
BLAVOMAi April 11. noon: May 30
VERNCS H. BROWN. Gen'! Ager.t
21-24 State i*t.. opposite the Battery.
Fgdqp P(3)[p3(D ffißod
Steamship* of the) RED "D" LINE will
•all from Pier 11. near Wall St. ferry,
Brooklyn, tor San Juan direct, as fo'lows-
S. S. PHrLADELfHIA...Sat.. Dec. 22, coon
S. S. CARACAS Sat.. Jan. 5. nooa
For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BLISS _ DALLETT.
General Managers. 82 Wall St.
MALLORT STEAMSHIP CO.
Tickets to Texas. Colorado. Mexico.
New Mexico. Arizona. California, Georgia
Florida, Alabama, etc ALL OCEAN
ROUTE TO MIAMI. PALM BEACH. Kla..
etc. (via Kay West). Our booklet
"Pocket Guide" free. H. H. RAYMOND.
Gen. Mgr.. 120 Front at . N. Y.
fl /T\ FD /i\ fW J*r w l' J «nt Sprlns; Parties.
CiJ L\i li Iru IXJ First— class throughout, (623.
Jtfs7" EQfIaBODJ'-E
Ortsr.t Cruise Feb. 7. by SLA Arabia 18,000
tons). Frank C. Clark. 94 Broadway. N X.
"T A VELOCE"— Fast Italian Line,
Satiin* from Pier 64. North River,
ft of 34«h St.. for Naples and Oenoa.
Bo!ognes!. Hartfleld & Co.. 19 Wall St
COOK'S HOLT LVTO TOnW — A!l !n
- ■ i.' 'Ts.-T-. 8.-)oVrl»t». THO9. COOTC *
SON tO acJ 1200 Broadway. 643 MaJlson
aye..' N. Y.
DOMESTIC SITTATION* WANTED.
Femalek
SEXM^TRES.-? -r MAID aad SEASISTRES3L
" — By veserican woain: pertnanent posi
tion cr ty tbe montli is private fiunliy; *20
it. «ii;nth. jiddrosa M. X G.. Triauue L>
io'.vn Office. I"t4 HroauWi.v.
I'WO TRAINED NT'RSES. R. N. ; care of
iuvalia nn\:« nr Smile; also to act as
cheerful cum panic.-, for r.ervous attest.
A'dUresa K. H. V . 413 iMMSagtan c.:*.
\r«.SHINO.— By ■!■— : l:orr;» or out by
day- 4-"l West Ufe St.. basement.
LSHING cr^ CLEANING.— B- youn*
"woman: Ttwo yiwr* reference. Mrs. Mur
phy. =<« E»»*> -» 4 *- h st -
TVASHCCQ ni IRO.VTNO at ioree; week
j." ij-^erf expert Oil al! <!<>scr!ptloii3: pri
v •» how*; «>V*n air <Jot=s: known party]
re"sfn!»b>: come and lavejtiyate. IJ2
East T^ st^
WASHING. — RespactaWa »'j»!i: tak*
boroe>: well exyr'.eno*i. I.erajhaa. 'SZi
East 93d *t . top floor.



TvVWrRESS.-7-By exp-rlencea yoan:: wom
an; '. est rtffere^rea; c:ty or cowttry;
«as« $:^. '"nil »t f.ane; >\i n^chTT Co.
Bureau. 13 \\*al 2Tth st.
\V,\.-lU\.j nn.l inONIN;; -- r.- iour.i
woman! **^ *t«*y; re^erencOh in.l
MonrU>. O'Brien, '."i* T\>st lHth »t . SI
V/ASHINi.; arl rtJIANrXO.— tr» C-im»*a
Vfor.an. Mrs. t^teser. . v TYea: 40th st..
WASUIXa or] 'fxiu&l&CSSrmri «trlti 7-v",
<t»I Java a w- - M 8.. 3U East l'Jih
't ** ' (t**-»r
\V.\SMiNG. — i^srirttacio lifnji wemaa
*<— * «vi «,»«hl'js fc»J Iron!.-* hv «is»]r;
[r.>nc shiu* W. C. SyliAtsJelß. 23* I'jxsi
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ADVERTISEMENTS and subscrictlons for
T!:« Tribune racatr«d at ttrsr Cptowa
Office. No. 13M Broadway. b«tw«en 3r\:h
an,l 37th at%.. until » o'croi-k r. r.i. Adtver
:;-■■•..-■ rer«!\ed st lh>» to!!.»nln» branoh
oKi^ej at reiTi!*;- «-!Sc» rat*« urtll S .»••!••••■;
p. iw . vli. : ;5i St'i aye.. » c. io-. S3KI «: ;
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26J AAest 12iu» St.. I3W M a\e.. bnw*<rn
7dth and T7tJi st*.; ICZ& 3J aye.. near «it
a_J ITCs Ist ay«.. near Suth M ; 157 _,_«
XMiH M.l 7M Tr*saoat a\a>; CO 31 •>▼•»
st.tn.i!_>Ai»m.
RAILROAD.
Etat!w» foot of.tV»st Twnty-thf«t BtTs^i
»*.d r>^Src!«»s amt Cvn'.antiz Strestab
C3"Tn»» l»:i\lriK «l;n«» fr»m l-'-brcscs and
Ccrllanrtt -»r« m >iv« r-inu*e» Uler than)
that Ri.ea beljw for Tw^nry-thlrd Street
FOR THE" WE3T.
•7.r.r, n. m. Chicago £Prar:tAL.
•J>". m, tn. ttTTSBVBtttn I>AY CJLfIIiJS.
•j:»..V. a. in. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITHI>. — Cllkam Ctncirmsf!. SMI St. Lout*. I
•XS3 p. m. ST. LOUia LIMITED.
•i.nr»i» m. ciiica'JO. •:im*jnnatS. aSD
ST. I.UL'I3 EXPP.ESS.
! *3.:." p. m. PKN.NSYL.VANI.\ r-PVIAU
IS IKH'KS TO CHICAGO.
•4.5.- r». m. CUICAUO LIMITED.
'■'•:.-. p. m. WESTEKN EXPRESS.
! •G.t^i v. uu ST. LOUIS AND CINCTNNAT3
TJB ;>. m. PACIFIC BXPnESS.
*^Spk.n. CLEVELAND AND CX^'CVt-
N ATI
•0." p. m. PirTSBUUGM SPECIAL.
» WASHLTOTOJI AND TH!T SOtTTIT.
•"•'-.. •*!-.-.. ••.)■;-,. ->t5. -lrt.T.3 a . m.. l-.2s\
•r.T..-,. z.lO (*aZ3k "ConsT*i»st->nal L_nv»
llett">. V.i.-. *4.rj. •455. •J.ZZ. »Si p.
"».. UMt> i,i;ht. Suniay, H.2T>, -XZS.
•ttISS m.. V2.-2X •l^.i.-. ,»n.25. "Con-
Fresslsnnt Umlte«f». •3.-J.". •4.25. •4.35.
•r>.V». if.Xi p. m.. lito nnht.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— *3.ZS. »t.rj p.
dw; !iJi> a. ni.. daliv.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.— »33 a. ■».
»n-i l> 2.". n. in <Ja!!y.
SK,\B'<aj:l» AIR LIXC—IZZS 9. m. asxS
tXIO r. m. dally.
NO ft FOLK AND WESTCTiN r. a: i.wat.—
CKEHAFEAKS- Ac OTIIO PAII.I7AT.— ■ •
•T.aa a. ni. w-»t days; # 10.5* a. m. sassl
•4.3.' r- "I. rja-'y.
FOU OLD POINT COMFORT as* NOR—
FOLK — *7.:5 a. m. ween d«y» ■nd 8. SSI
p. m. iiat'y.
ATLAXnC CrTT.i-ft«a a. m. Bjß| 139 p.
m. ■s»o't 'lay^: Sur-lays. "T. 13 a. m.
CAPE 11AY.--1— 55 p. m. w?»I; day*
L"::'; dr.xnci:. a.-:uury partc fOe-srv
i; r <A» (North Asburr Far^ Sundays*.
anri I'cint P>asanr. 8 .".5 a. m.. 12.".
.•5 23. 455 p. m. and 12.Vr nig : ws-st
davg. ft ;.'• a. m. ami 4.55 p. SB.
r'Oit PIiIUADELPIIIA.
6W. *7.t5. •thr> »:.',. 8.5T.. »0.53. *9..".%
•M 0 To. 'lo.es. 11.03 a. m.. 12.23. "1Z53,
•txvy •1 53. 10, 2.53. •*.! 3. 5.53. 4.23.
•4.2.^. •4..'3 t"»t4.55 for North Ph!lai*elphla>
pn!v«. T.IZ. •« 25. <5.55. 7.83. 13. S.SS. 9.29
tf».35 for North Ptlladelshla only) p. m..
1Z1« ni?rt •«««•'* days. Sunday*, 108.
•T.ST, ■ 25. ft 23. ft SS. •♦10.C3, # ias3 s_
m.. ic.2T>. •12.15 »H. 53. »1.55. *5.23. 3 IS.
•4.2*> «*t4.55 for North Philart^lphla only,
•4.r5. r..tt. «^.23, 7.55. A.S3. 8.53. 8113.
«0..-5 for North Pclladelßhl* oaly> p. taw*
12. V) eight.
•Dir.lne Car. tKxtra far* train.
Ticket crt-es. Nos. 4<51. 13J4 sad 170 Vrw_f«
way; IS2 Fifth Aye. (below 2Ttd St.); MB
Fifth Aie. (comer 29«» St.». and station*
MmM above; Br'yfelyn, 4 Court 6trs«t.
BCO Fulton Str#e*. 479 N"»'rii!(l •***••___*
Breaflway. ani P»nr.sy!van!a Annex Sta
tion. The N«w Tork Transfer Comp«s»
win call fcr end check saggar* frost
' •»:» and residence* through to. dseOsss^
t!on. .
T«!«rht>Tie "343 Chela** 1 * tor FlSsßsß/IvaMß)
Rallroejd Cab ■•___•• ______
W. W. ATTERBURY. J. R- WOOD.
General Manager. Pa.»»*r Tra9!a -laassJSß>
GHO. W. BOTD.
i General Passantcer Agent.
JOT *ra§p7 OEfnIAL
RATIONS [fo^ggS"
Time shown below la from liberty St.
VTeal 23d Ft. leaves 10 i'-.tea sar'.'.sr. •»•
cep: as nofed by designating marks.
PHII_M.»S_.PHIA.
I*l2. t3. 9.50. rr.7.oi>. m»8.0O. S.SQ. '9.00.
♦ •10.00. •ll.mt. 11.80. ra»12.00, fl-00.
1.3(1. •2.00, •3.00. •4.oft. V3-H la*
m*«.<*>. 'TOO. •S.OO, •9.09. p!0.30 P. M.,
J»12.13 mdt.
BALTIMORE i»XT> WA9HI?TOTC»X.
«»t.30. '3.00. i«;o.ooi ••izoo. •2.00. «••*•«♦*
•t.oo.
UKEWOOD ANT> T^AKEHl'RST— ti.ff,
»4O A. M.. _i m, 1.30. ml«- <!4.13. S.W
P. M.. -A.IB. Sun-lavs. 9.80, 6.40 A. 31.
ATLANTIC CTTT— •».«> A. li. Xl.oo. -*«•
P. XI.
UCWq BRAHCtt ARBrnT PAKK. OCEAN
GROV3 tSundsve. So. _^_^ury Par»>— •
»4->. •.«>, 1130 A. It. «li4o. l.».
i 4 45. 8.3 C. «.3t>. r.i»t. Sundays, except
Ocean GroT*. s4.'»>. a.OO A. 0.. 4OK
tVSO P. M.
Time tab'«i» giving tra'wi to EA?TO>\
■ETfTuaHFrM, AUJSSTOXTS. MAL'CK
CF.VNX. V.ILKESPARRJW PCTtANTON.
R&ADIXa HAr.?.I?B'JKO. FOTT.^vrtXE.
\MSPORT an.J all ether point* ess
b« ebta!7?«'i i: fallow! nje ,"•-_,• T_b*rty St..
<TVe-it 2-"M St.. T«l. 3144 Chelsea), • Asto»
Hous». 2*5, 434. 13CX>. 1254 Broadway. 193
Sth Ay.. 2SI Sth At.. 23 trnian Sqpaajssk
We* 279S 3<l Ay.. 103 W»«t 12S»>, 9*.. 548
Co!unr>bue Ay.. N>w Tork; 4 C<v:rt St..
343. 344 Fulton St.. 479 Nostr^n-1 Ay..
Frocfclyn: 890 Brcadwar. Tftlliamst'irs;.
Nevr Yor'x Trans*»r Co. call* for and check*
fcasirae* to destination.
•Dal!r. ♦ Dally. • x -»nt ir T>?un-»
.'a-«. tPßr!o> cars or.ly. aSm'ept Satur
days. mDinir.s car. e»cept Sundays. x?a?-»
urdayn cn!y. iFroin Üb»rty St. cnlv. {D'.n
inn car S^ia.iaya. "Dinins; ear daily.
From T*'«nry-th'-Hi Str<»»t — «t£.2O P. >•' .
rISO F. M.. ]!1» P. M.. _3 S3 P. M..
.13. SO.
w. o. BrPLTrp.. w c. Ttorr.
TVs Pi— l 4 Gen. XI~. 9ss_ Pas»'r Aserst.
Lackawama Railroad.
Leave .-»". T.. Ea-c!av. Christopher, W. 2*l
Bts.
**.<** A. V. — r - B:r.ah!i!t:*on '.-• Elnlra.
•10.00 A. M.— For Buffalo. C«?a?t» and St
Ix>ul».
•1.40 P. V.— For Buffalo e.n.l <?•'?»*>.
*A.m P. M.— For ecrantnn fcn<i Plymouth.
j»*S. 7.1 P. M. — For Buffalo anj Chicago.
•.».4.1 Pi M— For Euffalr Syracuse. Itha?i.
•2.00 A. M— f'hl-aga— S>»r*rs open »30
p. a.
TMwfJi »l 140. >.'• ttS3 1454 Broa<Jw«r.
N. T. ; 2T.0 Fulton St, Brooklyn. "Daiiv.
♦Except a in : hv. ''.--•.-» Chr!*?(jP"ar St.
6. !>> P. M. weekdays.
X T, N*. H. A HARTFORD R. It.
Trans depart from Gran! Central Station,
42d St. and 4th Aye.. as follow* tor
BOSTON, via New Tendon & Prov.-— ♦15:00.
ttl! 10:00. •xi!!f>:o2 A. M. *t l:fW>.
•_ 1:69. •*!!3:0o. ♦! .'.•<» •«: 13:02.1 3:02.
•*12:00 P. 3£ : via Wlllimantlr— t*S:ol .■_.
XT.. t2: -0 P. NT.; via So'!.- 1»:!4 A. St.
»':l2:o<>. • :4:0O. *ll:00 P. v.
T7or'9t«r A Fitch.. ••!a Putnam. ♦8:33 P. St.
Lakevllla i- N^rf.— +9:49 A. M.. *3:81 P. M.
Gt. Barrinston. Ptockbrldg*. I_eno_. Pitta—
fie-: —-4 '4 tS:4» A M. and »3:SI P. M.
Tick*t cXr** at errand Central Station
and e125tl St. also at c 243. 1200. el..*-*
n'way. -23 Union Square. dS3 F'.ftn A"*..
.-24* i"olumbMj Ati, c<M3 Madiaon At«..
•.•lOfl W. I_Bt_ Bt.. 2799 Thin at*. la
Brooklyn, c* Court St. 479 Nostrum A-»ev.
390 B'way.
•Dally. -fEx?*pt •'•jn'Ja-m. ?St«rp* a* URki
St. -Stops at 123-1 St. Sundays only.
JPar!or Car Limited. Has dining? eaa_
cparlor and. Sleeping Car U-k-ta alao.
BALTIMORE & OHIO K. R.
KOi'AL. c;i_^a2 _->_ TRAINS.
"Every otner 0u ua tie even hour.**
TO BALTIMORE A-ND WAaHINOTOW.
Leave -New York City. 23a St. I_b'y SC
•Washington. arpera. n.6opsa i.so un
•WASHINGTON. Dicer. 7 50am $.00
•WASHINGTON. finer. ».50aa M>.w»sam
•WASHINGTON. Diner. 11.50 am 12. 00 a* a
•WASHINGTON. Buffet. 1.90 pm 2.01>p0»
•"ROYAL LTD./' Diner. 4.50 4.00 B*»
•WASHINGTON. Diner. a.aoprr» c. CO pen
•WASHINGTON. Buffet. «.50pm T.o» asm
•Dally.
Through Dally Train* to tn* Weal.
T^ave Now YorSc City. _Sd 9t. tiVf St.
CHICAGO. PITTS BURO. 7SO am d.oOan»
CHICAGO. COLUMBUS. 11.00 am 12.0O»'»
PITTSBURG. CLEVKL'D, 8.60pm _o©pn»
"PiTTriBUKG LIMIT' O** «.C0 pm ?.0» MDJ
CTN..ST.LOUI3.LOUISV, 11.50 1.80 am.
CIN..ST.LOriS.LOinSV.. 9.30 am I«>o©bjb»
CIN..ST.LOUIS.L'IVIS\' S.SOpin «.00pm
O;Sces: 24. 434. 1300 Broadway. • Astor
House. 10H Grecmrlch St.. S3 Unloa Sqa&r-*
W.. S'Jl Grand St.. N. T 843 Fu.toa St.
Brookiyn: West £U St. aa4 Üb-r»y St.
After «p. m. .Sleepinsr Car iieervatlo—
and full Information regarding trains, eto.,
can be obtained a: Bureau of Information
B. i O. K. R-. 2D4 M. rertninai. "Phaas) »
No. Chelsea 3144.
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