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, n^, ,-» — — I_| -l_j-i_i-i_ _ ~i_ ~i_ -_r
; YOUR FACB NEEDS
n-t«k». t-glj? rrown Line*.
mrfX.&i*. Mouth-to-Noae Unas.
S*** *^ Flabby Eye*.
fc(* "£,.*. CrcWa Feet. *
SftffSSw* I" 11011 Pitting*. Boara.
Bf^Jl*. Pimp!**. Birthmarks.
{£„- N ' Warta. Vein*. Mol*a.
tatfTSsri Superfluous Hair.
ST*"^...- KM Now Blotch**.
«*^TneUl Hair Trouble*.
m, W. AUGUSTUS PRATT,
jj-e-t Ptaata-OMMaatta Operator,
rjLL.{or ir* Inventor of the tnarrelloua
*»-~^ "Immediate Process."
__ji_. of the Wnrid-Fajsous Dr. Pratt
F* Institutes.
trpsaVE YOUR FACB TODAY !
•T-t be £°n* *' once. No waiting, no ln
*__>!_::*. absolutely harmless aniS per
»f..-i'.'-yr FACE CREATES Of*
.^"^•lTlES. GAINS PRESTIGE, ANT)
Ki."" YOUR WELFARE."
V- TZAFS Cr UNEQI'ALLED EX-
IfCBZZN FOUNDED ON A THOR-
O'JGH MEDICAL. EDUCATION AND
-Uixino for a n.\s:s. IB A
SSt: WHI'-H NO OTHBR LIVING
riCE AND FEATURE SPECIALIST
riK EHOW. Dn. PRATTB RAPID
•sr AND WONDERFUL SUCCESS
Hi AT ONCE AND OONi'Ll'S
*nX THE erPEniORITT OF THI3
MAN AM 1 BIS METHODS, ALSO
«_tT HI? P.RSULTS ARE SAFE
XXI! SELIALLD.
Ctmstiitatior. free. Cr!l or write
DR. PRATT INSTITUTES.
it* C*r»r» '■* the "Iran-i'd'at* Process.")
Pms mrtll 8 evening, from Ei rnlnca,
I^SCffl 10 U> 4 Sunday*, and by aypolnt-
ETrort PlttFburgr.
;3Bro»Snty. 452 Wort St.
j»tifo, IQlntlctt,
Zi ?'.*•* Pt 121 Wtyor.sln St.
OCKJLX STEAMERS.
r'"" "~ ~ > ~"" "'-■ rn - "- "* '" '' ' '"'- '-—■ . —
Eli: lilralli
cQ_B^vEr> SEX a>t> LAND TRIP.
if, § 3 ...r./___3 is.ooo TON'S
•rivara X T. jaxuap.t 20. 1907.
12 OIiVS - $365
fcMbir a' erpentes, K. T. to N. T..
<r«ar ■•dates, ra 3.:*.3 .:*. P*vi::e Ohm
uU. _( fc*"S- Gibraltar. Alc~.es—. Genoa,
¥;■* V..v.:. Lugano, &!enaggio, Ht-i-
MU>. Ccvr.\ Verona, Venlc*. Bo'iOgna,
rl— t-:<. Hoc*. Naples.
TO GENOA ONX.T. 883.
TCTa SHORE TRIPS*. $180.
0_»- *!=iT.ar trips ob application.
— Ullli IB! IB 111 LLNE
»-ST BP.nAD\TAT. NETT TORK.
(IEA3IDI»aT».
tftf»TT Rl [\ji tr.d Points In aw Eng-
Ipp I 1I 1 U L\! land. Reduced Hates.
llU.£r\'EU LINE via Newport ani Tall
t. i- rarej reduced to all tc:ai* 14->«i.?n.
US; StKpcrt. Fall Rl\er. 12.00; Provi
4ci».CSa L-'ave Pier 1», N. R.. ft. War
(•■l, »♦«« t-ys and S.: lays 5:00 P. M.
|»Pn».. tni Pilgrim. Orcheavms.
MlwlCH LIME \la New London. I_-av*
fir#. S. R., teat Clfcrkeon St., week cays
MS. tt 1! bieamers City cf Hi gall and
GererTv". Cr.fejn.
{•Tff _.-.'.■ LZITZ tor New Havtn.
Ertri aai Ncnh. Leave Pier 20. E. R.
ritkuyt cc:.v. 2:45 P. M-; foot .utia
k. IP. M. Kt»fcmer i- ■_■•-]''-.«
BOARD AND ROOMS.
If*T_KIBHKD ROOMS, with prt»-at»
Mllirea— hot and cold v_--r, rteain heat.
*n i_r aid rote! servlic; cars to a.l part*
1 — 1 dty; car not b« equalled for the
gat/. THE ROLAND. Park aye. and
Ititt.
■T n.. 69 WEST. — F«'.ect family
ttrjt; fcar.iiomt!y furnlahei suits;
f»i» rooms; bath's ©very floor: hot
♦»'« rjppiy. steam heat every room:
U' • csexeeMed for Quality: special rates
» tts^at:* families and permanent
t-«* Tel K;vera;(!e.
l*-» taaiscce aq .are axd other rooms;
exposure; with board; hous* newly
"■"aw*. c*w; up to date pluroblrg; elec—
fee l^hts; private bathe; reference* *x
*«tii 146 West ITt* i»t
•aICE Dei *.rr.:f:.ed room; southern
«■•• ■ i »e>ct house; tab!* gTiaets; ref
■•M to West fcS3 st.
•— ba-. tr.r unusually nit* home, most
_•*■*•• L«-!ghborfcood. will take few
•••rteji or ro< it. ere L. R.. Trlbur.* l"i«
■•5 o_> 1304 BroaCwaj'.
"lOCLiN F OFFICE, steam heat. ax
«t_c: service; otbar rooms; board. €0
fr « tit *t.
■* ST.. 19* WEST.— Room. Cmr'.ng
STB- for course; select private house;
•*cjr boani; references.
_• ' - • . •
t"KM*MKD BOOMS TO I.LT
•_*A~T:vr newly furnished eecred
..***. rr v-.«'v -.«' 'ar 1 house; double dressing
"■•■ prim* bath. 241 West 103 d ft.
fcXTORTABLE runny front room; re
..**t g»r.:.tr.a.p only: all Improvements;
I **-*-. "e>^h.ne; moderate. Arrlag-a. (i"d
*"•■ U4th st.
**"* EAST <■:, IT ■■■!■ rooms,
,*■'•» Boor; prlvata bath; exc*.ier.t ULbla;
"■tTttOt,
** WTe T .•4TTI ST.. Cathedral Heights.—
• £*- t::tfl;i -J r tltuated; rooms, singly or in
C2J ' **'•** hoard; we. appointed modern
■■»; Mm
*^ 6T.. US XVEST-— rurr.lshed roora.
a___ _*11 T*'-*T *'-* farr.:!y; irßjrovemeots and
l^**=^t to »■»«)■ acd trains.
"'p'G PLACE. «7— Comfortable front.
ll^ par. '-^: t..-i-.a:e bath, etc.; other
•-ZZ; proir^ »«•....■ telephone; references.
(A" 01 r ( LOTHING
t^" WHOS ta!d for laCKs'. eeiitle
|^7__. tr^ rh!!Crec a discarded Clothing,
g^Wgaag b!i buval <x*tu::.«?s. Jewelry.
BS2S"»J I '^ r «. «tc Mr. or Mrs. M.
rr/ 41 '« €th ay*. Tti. €70— Bryant.
~SL-T.TELY i.tst pr!c«s t--'-<3 for
»i*r".''' v*u ** d la -«,■ eptarel. evenlr.g and
■Fif o*''0 *'' beoefat an^. told. Mra*. P.O_E.
fc>- " >v « Hh>,^> 42-J7— 1403 Bryant^
**T«H»> AM» JEWELBV.
SSfc&^EP 81 o*b» of fertens & Rice).
■ iibT"? «>:anior.<!i, !■-.»-• .r.ea. 12
*~ "■■ ■ 8W« — CortUcdt.
DO'Tl&ritx.
h ~«tp"'r '• "*'•• IS'fl— Madlion.— fropbr
ttj^ •■*«»• k. «>«cU.::r, «.:« v een*raj <tea
~
. °,RX, RX K»o!ut!cmlx*l tr Dr.
!?if*i«* ' **'"* invecUon. le»th «rttn-
S'Jd'«2!?* a * »» I*«e:«m crowua
C**-* , " ' -' -on. •i*'
* ' '■-: :J>U» »t
8 chares.
13 * ark M«« Tf .). 57 .^ rorti
*-
*—*•* •: Nuuu, room »i
JT?!^ 1 " CHANCEA.
McOONALD-WIGGBiMS U
»7 BROADWAY N T
TELEPHONE 2400 CORTLAKOT.
Esubllsb*d 25 year*. if You requU^'oao
lUI or partner for j-our buainaaa. lt>6tt
Mr* to aall a business or manufacturing
riant, no matt*r whore situated, send ua
full particulars. W* work atrictly on com
inlsalon lasla.
PRINTING PLANT, with weekly paper. l<y
catod shcrt fiistanoe out; e»ubllshoo 1877
owner phieteally unable to attend to lt :
fft.OHO. iTDOXALD-WIGGIN CO.. £j
Brcadway. * **"
f21..t)00. EA6Y TERMS, will purohaa* rood
raying betel at Belmar. N. J ; 60 n'c-'v
furnithed rooaa: lnvestljate thia. Asrv
M'DONALD-WIGGIN CoT. 257 Broadway.
5T. 600 BUYS t6-rocm apartment hotel la
tte tta»tnce.l district; $1,000 nronu
Sxad'ia' M ' DONA ">-WIGGIN CO,™?
M^r AT _?f AP ; KET> ■?* *r without raluabla
prvpart>. in pronuncnt city clos* to New
Tori; estabilaued 1S ' 2: ffo.oOO business
r_a_>r:' tine horso « and I wagons; books
M^r.-vv » t _ kk ll e »«ratlon. Particulars at
M CONALD-WIGGIN CO.. £57 Broadway?
M A 7 MARKET, Amsterdam aye.; 11.800
bualness weakly; boat rr;ces; sell at *B -
«>' WDONALD-WIGQIN CO.. 257 Broad-
DRES3MAKING and ladles' tailoring buai
»>'« in shopping district: $700 business
M^V.v- . t , m , calh: prloe i(m - Particulars at
M UONALD-WIOc;iN CO.. 257 Broadway.
r^.ooo BUYS millinery buatneaa on Broad
«t., Newark; tun) oustomsrs; first class
trace. MDONAL.D-WIGGIN CX).. £57
Broadway.
STATIONERY STORE, Fulton it.. Brook
lyn; $2,irh) p flt» yearly; <S*ath commit
"!♦ at JI.CiuO. M'DONALIMVIGaiX CO..
IST '. :^aJway.
HOTEL. la best location. Btaten Islani;
»; -r.dld all-roar trade; only $2,500 ca»h
n<"*a*(2; a bargain for some one. M'IX»N
ALX>-WIGGIX CO.. 267 Broadway. *
PHONOGRAPH business In rood location.
Hartam; ?So<) to $400 business monthly;
rrtce J2.&DO. M-DONAUJ-'mGGIN co^
-•7 Bn.'a3way.
MKN'S TAILORING, shoe anil hat item Is
projntnent city of Rho<!« ls!an(S; ciUb-
J!»- 10 years; pries $10 (*» M*DONALI>-
IVloaiX CO.. 257 Broadway.
RESTAURANT in shopping district, this
c:ty; $bOO business weekly; long lease;
low M, price 7.000; exceptional oppor
tunity. Particulars at M"DON*AU>-Wia-
OIK CO.. 257 Broadway
55.000 BUYS furnished room house, close
to Columbus Circle; $200 profits monthly.
Apt!v M'DONALD-WIGGIN CO.. 237
Broadtray.
AC RICUITrURAL. UirLE^IENTS, ear-
Tis£<-t, ranges, eto.. bue'.r.e<s in a boar
town on the Hudson; aatlilllaiiafl 00 yearn;
S.'.WO stock on hand; rr.ee $6,500; other
butlness cause for selling: goo* pay:ne
r'.are. M'DONALD-WIGGIN CO.. 257
Broadway.
RESTAURANT. Bronx} receipt*. $40 to
U-0 d_lly; for rele at a bargain. Apply
to M-DOXALD-WIQGIN CO.. 237 Broad
way.
BUSINESS centrollln« M vending ma
chines, earning Jl(» profits monthly:
owner* must leave city. M'DONALD
\XIQQVX CO.. 257 Broad
_X)T MB BEIJ, YOUR
JMy bock taxed upon flf- I
teen years' SKpartS— OS as I
| a patent *a!eam_c mailed I
I FREES PATENT t-A___ EX- I
I CLUMVELY. If you have I
*~— United States or fore pat- ■*"-*
ants for sale, call, write or talephona.
VILJJAM E. HOYT. Patent Bales
t-i*-._!'.st, 290 Broadway, N. T.
MICROSCOPES, runs, mathematical etir
«iavi and turveylr.g lnstrunjents; un:*
deea-ed l.ledgeg a facially. NICKLJN'S
OLD CVrUOSITY SHOP. 169 Park Row.
PARTNER —By wall known Norwegian sea
* captain; active or sleeping; with come
capital to start ship furnishing business In
Canada or down soutb. I. D... Ncrwtglan
CocEuUta, 17 State at.. New York.
SHEET IIHTAL GOODS all kir.Js BMt-S to
crcer. Musgrove, 607 West 45th St.
"WANTED.— Manager and superintendent
with 000 to Invest In and take ch_ne
of ana operate a brass end Iron tel«teaa
factory In Western New York. Only the**
with successful record, rood referencea,
thorough knowledge of this business need
apply. A great opportunity to the Tight
party. Addreas Bedstead. Box 40. Tribune
Offlca.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1381 Broadway, ■ aim Mtb
and 87th Ets.. until 8 o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received at the following branch
cfa.ts at 1 mils I offlc* rates until 0 o'clock
p. ra.. vii.: :54 Bth aye.. s. c. oor. 2Sd at ;
lr.B fnh aye . cor. l_th St.: 02 East 14th St.
PRE^MAKINU AXD JULLOTMT.
MilE. ALKLhI. designer ar.d maker of
high clxas cloaks _r.d gowns, out by day
or week, engagements z_— de In advance. 8
West ilrt at.
DRESSMAKER, first class, out by day;
latest styles: ladles and misses. Press
xnaktr, care Mrs. Burke, 24" West lO&th Et.
DREFSMAKER, out dally. J2, shirt and
fancy waists; alterations; Eton suits;
children's clothe*. Write Hena.e/, 68 West
fcti'.h St.
DRESSMAKER, good cutter and fitter, '■
wishes work out by day; (1 60; reference*
La Crolx. 264 W«it lltth at.
!>Ki:sfiMAKt."R.— out by Cay
or work taken rome. Answer by postal,
Dressmaker. aS Kapt lOfith st.
BILLIARD AND POOL TAJBLE9.
UANUFACTURERS of billiard and pool
tables: t.'nh grade bowline alley build
ers; lowest prices. MARX BROS., 24
Vnlon S'luare.
FOR BALK.
DESKS, ro'.ltops; partltjcns. ralllssa. tables,
safes, letter presses, counters, ihelvlnes,
clothtns; arore fixtures; stores, ofßcea fitted. |
Finn liros.. 28-S2 Ontre at.
UNCALLED for etorage coods for eale for
charcts; Mre. Bird, Mm. Richardson,
Mrs. Owen. W. Simon. I' 3 West 32.1 at
HOCSECXEANING BUREAUS.
iIKTHOPOLJTAN House Ciear.lnß Bureau:
ell appertainlnjr to house cleaning. Offices
21& W. iTth at. Tel. 813'» Cfcelsea, No. 1831
Broadway. Tel. 4050 CoL
LOBT.
BANKBOOK r.'o. 456.847 of the Union Dime
fiavlr.B* Institution Is r.:ti::.^. Any per
eon h&\lr.( a claim to It Is hereby called
upon to present the tame within ten days,
or submit to h&rii.s aald passbook car..«;.ed
and a new mm Issued.
BANKBOOK No. 451.W0 of the Uclon Dime
Savings Iriitltvitlon la missing. Any per
son havlr.gr a claim to It Is hereby called
upon to present the eaiue within ten days.
or eubrrlt to having; said t«.6sboo!c cancelled
is A a r.tw one !s»u'-il.
CANIvEOOK No. 472.22S c* the Union Dim*
Eavincs Institution Is ml;s!c«;. Any pap-
Mai ta\lr.g a claim la It Is hereby coiled
upon to present the »».!r.e within ten days
or submit to having said passbook can
celled and a new one Issued.
LOST or 6TOLEN.— Tlarjkbook No. 890 223
of the Herman Eavlnp» liack In the City
cf New York. com*r 4th a-. and 14th. St.
Ifs-ci to Elsa Ot'.i-r.g. All persons m
cautioner against Besottattus the tmn.r. If
cot returned to the bank on the I'd day cf
January. ll»07. a duplicate will be lwu«il,
i-APnEits. i>EKKicK3 & KI.AG ?'Ol.r«.
_ . .I I I I i■. .- ISO Orar.K« it.. N«w-
TJ) IHMTIIII. i'ortliiiid Ladder '•-...
srk; tel. 8..-»t rolling store ladders in v.orM.
MACHIXEB*.
Star Gas and Gasoline Ermines
Ittllable and economical; direct from «he
manufacturers. Writs for descriptive
*j!"a?lS" HOSIAN. tiO West Broadway.
CON'f.rrr-K MIXERS, atone crushers air
oLmpieaaura, rock • rllla, boilara on wheels
or tiles fteam an-1 contrlfugal puuii*..
fltrrlcka c*ble ways, touting en«in«», Iv-
C.nC\nx' fifteen 7jilb Udeermood «j oub j»
driui" Ctrrlcfcs: several 86-ln. gauge d:iiky
!««,«&") thing for contractors.
WICKED BROTIIIgtS. 139 U^rty St.
THS MIETZ • WEISS OAS AND Oil.
KNOINEd; stationary and marine. IV, to
JO-. . . i,. Au.. Mi«ti. lib Matt at.. N. 1.
AT KEDUCED PRIOBfI.-000 second hand
»cod and iron Brorkln* machine, tuilr
c»>tr«r.te«d; machinery t>°"* bt v , *,"?? „**"
PIANOS AND OBOANS .^
M;irscheider Piaoos, If Kast 14lh
M:*!schcider Piaoos, L i«t*»"»
Kroa<s*ay u« tth ay. W.«.-»rjd.
pianos at factory prices on **«> *« rnt *
ADVEBTISEMENTa and anbaertpHoM ftt
<,ttc*M at regular cDc. rates until 8 V-""* 5*5 *
b. m.. viz.: 254 M aye.. a. •■ cor -Ja St..
153 Cth aye.. cor. I=th •t.:M, Ell ' »"■„■•:
West 42-1 »1.. between 7th end fct ° **'*••
?3 We*t l^=th .t.; IS3S Sd »' r e.. tet *«"
fob »nd 77th sts. : 1026 M art.. B ". T ££\
' it; 170S lit *ye.. tear *»»>> *t.; Ea «
I Sari i «L» 7tß msnonx are. IW * a » 7t *
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1906.
„_SSE2!£S?I??:
O^rf. ASH , IONED «« carj.«t. 60 «nu per
r ,^™' tollable upholstering-; mattresiea,
new aad remaklnc; folding btda repaired.
A :. ** SCHREIBER. 867 lm»terdara ava,
Telephone 4434— River.
TIOI.IKB.
6TATHOPOULO. 121 West 2Sth St.. manu
facturer of musical instruments. I po*
"*»■ the s«erat to repair your vrslln, old or
new, that you obtain finest tone.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office, No. 1864 Broadway, between 36t0
and 87th sla., until 9 o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received «i the following branch
offices at regular office ratea until 8 o'clock
x>. m . viz.: 254 Sth aye.. a. c. cor. 23d st.;
150 6th aye.. cor. 12th at.; 63 East 14th it.;
257 West 42d ft., between "th and Bth ayes. ;
268 Went 125 th at.; 1338 Rd aye.. between
76th and 77th sts. ; 102 C M aye.. near f.lat
at.; 1708 Ist aye., near (9th it.: 157 East
125 th St.; 758 Tremont aye.: 680 8d are.
ANTED.
Uals.
BOOKKEEPER.— Ptunillar with th* rouch
er system; prefer a man about 80 yean
of age; salary $25. Call Business Oppor
tunity Co.. 1 Unlcn Square,
BOY WANTED In office; salary to begin,
>5 per week. Apply by letter only, Danzl
& Phill'pa, 24 Dey et. New York.
CLEKK for general i ffloe work; young col—
lepe man c<.ns.dered; salary- Jls. Call
Bvslness Opportunity Co., 1 Unl^n Square.
CREDIT MAN for large commission house;
only highest grade, experienced men con
sidered, salary $2,500 ("all Business Op
portunity Co.. 1 Union Square.
FARMER wanted to take oar* of gentle
man's country sear wages $50 a month..
Addrew P. O. Box 1629. New York.
FARMER, exrxsrtenced. wanted to work
farm on shares; excellent opportunity tor
man who know* his business. Address P.
O. Box 1»2», New Tork.
6IX WEEKS' tniitructlon in travelling;
salesmanship: position guaranteed upon
completion. Bradstreet System. Roches
ter, N. Y.
BAUVUAN. — X young man as travelling
6aie;man; must b« familiar with print
ing and paper mill machinery. Address,
stating experience, d. C, Box 2St, Tribune
Office.
SALESMAN. —Experienced In any line to
tell general trade in N". T. ; an unex
celled specialty jeoposlti' n; vacancy Jan
uary 1, fiiniiiisaaliilia. vrtth $35 weekly.
The Continental Jewelry Co.
WANTED. — Young man, 1< to 18. by a
office boy, with gnod chances for ad
vancement. Address H., Box 80. Tribune.
TOUNG MAN wanted for office wrrk: must
be neat, bright, lndustrloue and ccrr.e
w ;i racomxnaodad. Addresa H.. Box 15,
Tribune Offi.-e.
WANTED. — Bey. about 13 years of Rge. to
make hlmtelf useful about an office: must
be neat, willing and furnlzh unquestionable
references. Box 120. Tribune Office.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 13G4 Broadway, between CtJth
and 37th sts.. until 8 o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received at the following trench
edees at regular office rates until » o'clock
p. m., viz.: 254 Sth _ye., s. c. cor. 23d et. ;
5"3 6th aye., cor. 12th St.; 82 East 14th St.;
i:.'.? West 42a st., between 7th and Bth ayes. ;
Mi West 125 th et.; 1339 3d aye.. between
7Gin anl 77th cts.; 1026 3d aye., ntar 61st
St.; 1708 Ist aye., near 61tth et. ; 1!57 East
125 th at.; 7*6 Tremont aye.: <?50 31 aye.
HFTP WANTED.
Female.
ABRAHAM & STRAITS.
BROOKLYN*. WANT A
NUMBER OF BRIGHT
GIRLS OVER 16 YEARS
OF AGE TO ACT AS
PARCEL WRAPPERS.
APPLY TO SUPERIN
TENDENT, DEPART
MENT OF WRAPPING
BASEMENT.
LADY SEWERS to make op shield! at
borne; flO per 100; can make two an
hour; work tent prepaid to reliable woman.
Send rapt* envelope for full Information to
Universal Remedy Co.. Dei it A, Walnut
Et.. Philadelphia. Pa.
STENOGRAPHER, capable of taking
ch_rge of correspondence and keeping
small tot of personal hooka; must be neat
and up to date. Call In person. 144 Ollsay
House, between 2 and 6 p. m. to-day or 6
to 12 a. m. Monday.
WINTHROP BUREAU. 66 West BSth ft.—
Competent Swedish cooks, par: ™* Ida.
waitresses, housemaids, housewrrkera.
laSlts' malda, nurses, butltra, second men.
coachmen.
ADVERTISEMENTS and ■übecrtptlor.! for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 13C4 Broadway, between seth
and 87th at?., until 9 o'clock p. in. Adver
tisements received at the following branch
offices at regular office rates until a unlock
p. m.. viz.: 254 Sth aye., a. c. cor. 28d at.;
153 tith aye.. cor. 12tn at.; 02 East 14th ft.;
1&7 West 42d St., between 7th and Bth ayes. ;
' -• ;i West 125 th at.; 1838 3d aye., between
Ttith and 77th cts.: 1020 3d aye.. near tilst
M : 170S Ist aye., near fct»ih st- 167 East
125 th si : 7M Tremont aye. ; 650 8d aye.
WOKS. WANTED.
" Mala!" " .
ACCOUNTANT seek* engaarernentj opens,
closes, adiusts, audits books; terms rea
sonable: special rates to concerns not re
quiring bookkeeper permanently. Account
ant. 409 Ralph at., Brooklyn.
AMBITIOUS young man. to learn auto
mobile trade. Peter Alfano, 186 Wyckoff
at., Brooklyn.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER.- By young
man. 19, or office assistant. Bchmersahl.
180 East 68th at.
BOOKKEEPER.— By young Spaniard, 24,
experienced, business school graduate, as
brvVKkeor"" and correspondent; moderate
»alary; references: four years' experience
iii Cuba. R. C Z.. 156 Wact 14th st.
BAKER —Cake or bread; steady end sober
KriKllrhmau. A. Watson, car* Bowman,
201 West End aye.
BOY — 17; can furnish reference: state
fcalarr. Harry Schneider, 139 Orchard st.
BOY, 16.; good referenoe; good handwriter;
grammar » boo] graduat*. ojhn McCaf
frey. 4SO 10th aye.
CATERER. — Japanese: card dinners, wed-
Hr.ks balls, etc. I reasonable. Caterer,
102 Wnt 137 th at.
CAPABLE business man. with office down
town, withes to represent some firm. Ad
dress J. Rhodes, 140 Nassau st.
CARPENTER wanU day*e work in factory
or for overhauling; reasonable. C. Stark.
1434 2d aye.
CAP.PENTER, first class mechanic, for
hotel, estate or alterations; belt refer
ence. Clancy. 818 East 34th st.
CARPENTERS— By two first cla«s. all
around mechanice. or contract n«!W work
or alteration*; city or oountry. Uellls, 42
East Mt_ s'-
CHAUFFEUR.— By Greek, 20, speaking
English; good mechanic; careful driver;
American and Kr*nch cars; city or country.
Address S. Mercury. 040 8d aye.
CHAUFFEUR desires private place 1 ex
perienced on all makes of gasolene cars;
can furnish first class reference. Peter F.
Bruns. 482 West 42d St.
CHAUFFEUR— Fully experienced; on any
machine; beat of reference* T. F. Smith,
871 East 177 th st.
DETECTIVE. experienced busi
ii^ss man: experience as travelling
man; ran talk some foreign languages:
city references. Room 14, is West Bth
• t.
DRIVER. B» young man, 28. B. Meyer,
742 East 1431 ••
DRIVER, or some good Inside work, by
strictly •' er. married man. Address 120H
Avenu* A.
DItArTfIMAN fm«vhariii?ao, Ju-it graduated
from dM I. C ■•; no experience; a*e 20.
C. D.. Bex X. MounUln View. N. J.
r>I<.\FTSMAN. Amerlean, 28; exp<"iienc»«l
on alterations and plumbing; with plumb
•• or oontractor; derate wage*. Harry
Z>oret. S3!* Sth ay*.
DRUGGIST. Junior: reliable, steady; four
years' reference. Dado] Lupo, 819 East
34t1. St.
DETECTIVE.— Experienced In all kinds of
work; tenna eat!sf*'-ti<ry to patrona; busl
naas strictly confidentln.l; private ufi'.ce for
ladles. Box C 4, BtaUon H. Hrooklyn.
ELECTRICIAN.— By BWitchboard operatrT
In hotel or apartment bouaa; steady anJ
sober; best reference; three years with
Edlaoaj company. FVappter. 043 Lexington
! ay*.
EI>ECTRICIAN. — )*&rs' experience
power and construction work; hotel or
apartment house; first olass references.
Btlllmaii. 29 West 187 th St.
ELECTRIC \KHICLE WHSCHANIC all
around machinist ai;d elaetrlctu; thor
oigh.y axp«rlanoed; ae<-ks r»rma:ier.t pobl
tiija. (00.l r«/ere cc. Puttberg- b6 Qrove at.
ET-KVATOR RtTNNER. freight, or pa»-
a*nit«r: good referenres. David II Bev
erly. 63 Hicks St.. Brooklyn.
ELEVATOR RUNNER.— By colored man;
experienced; aiso ■wltchboard e;>srttor
i. -i, ITM M art.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. I EMPLOYMENT AOE>
(INCORPORATED)
13. WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET.
,_ : FIRST CLASS" HELP EXCLUSIVELY.
ALL, REFERENCES ARE STRICTLY INVESTIGATED AND ON FILE.
M. J. COMYNS. President. TeL Bryant.
BITPATIONB WANTED. KTUATION3 WANTED.
LAUNDRESS— .First claea on ihtrt*. col-
Ur» and cuffs. 525. I LADIES MAID and ATTENDANT: $J9.
BUTLER, E'ngriah. experienced; waiet,
COOK_- : Fjrgt class; ttO.
CHKF^—Plrat class. Frenoh; |AO.
Miss Fitzgerald's Employment Bureau
FOR FIRST CI^ASS HELP ONLY.
503 STH AYE., COR - * 2D ST "■• BBTMOUR 11*™
UU0 Ol JJ /^yC., Telephone 8911-38 th.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
NURSERY GO\'ERNESS.— By young com
petent woman; teaches Fiench.
WAITRESS. — Can take butler 1 ■ plaoe; city
or country.
NURSE, capable; will take entire charge of
Infant.
COOK, competent; city or oountry.
LAUNDRESS, first class ahlrta, collar*.
' cuffs.
MRS. L.SEELY
Employment Bureau,
23 West 39th St.
__ 'Phone* 2434. 243.'.— Bryant.
BROOKLYN OFFICE: 34 NEVINTB ST.
"itTWTW'JMI^S
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
211 Fact 423 st.— First class domestioi are
supplied; also managing housokeepera,
ma;r^l!l^■ (covenvfses, tutors, etc.
WORK WANTED.
"j^^ " " '
FIREMAN* and OlLEß.— Single, aober and
honest; understands steam heat and ra
diators thoroughly; can do steamflttlne and
plumbing;. Address Handy, care of A.
Carlson. 430 West 25th st.
FIREMAN, engineer's helper: handy with
tools; understand* pipefHtlng. H. Kin?,
24 Biimnar Place. Brooklyn.
FIREMAN. — Oiler wishes steady position;
sober, honest. P. FINN. 231 W. 67ih at.
FIREMAN or WATCHMAN.— Day or
night; beat references. William Hart. 163
East 119 th st.
HANDY MAN. — Speaks four languages;
handy with horses; knows liquor business.
B. HarakortU, 11 Clinton st.
LO' 'KSMiTH.— Work en vita or for plumb
er. Elchlnger. care of 6cherer, ill Kast
84th et
MAN seeks employment In factory or
warehouse: all around man: handy
with any tools. Address J. 0., £55 I"a.lr
vlew aye., Brooklyn.
MAN. 33. married, honest, sober, painter
by trade, wishes place at anything tise.
V.' Corbusier, iOSd Madison aye.
MANICURIST, for f.rat class barber Bhop
or hotel, or will hire apace. re:i-'■•n
aMe rent. Addreae G. \V, 14S Columbua
aye.
MAN. Swedish, handy with tools, especially
In carp^itertrfr. Address IJabert Weat
he!u, car.. Er'.kKcn. PBO Lexington aye.
MACHINE, fainter ana nller; 16 ittn 1 «x
perl»nce; first class referenoea. H. Stone.
B7T loth eu, Jeraey City.
PHOTOGRAPHERS. — Imitation Ivory
ra!:,t!r.g; new, beautiful flesh tints .for
poi traits, i-endants, etc.; position with first
clasi firm wanted. T>. Seal*. 77& Gatej aye..
Brooklyn.
PORTER or PACKER.— By Gtrmau 85;
strong: bast references, ilarkus, WS 2&
aye.
PORTER, «ood referenoa. Clar'.aa
Wlll'arua, 553 West 87th at.
PAINTER, paperharg-er, kaisomlneri paint
room, |iiti papers side walls, (2 60.
rar*r Included; city or country; work guar
anteed. M. R.man, 50 East 106tti st.
PAINTER. By paierhanger. kalaomlner,
plasterer; real < state, private owners,
hotels: best workmanship; very low esti
mates, bam Kohan. 66 West 140 th Et.
PRINTER. — Young; unicnj In small ofßoa.
Scan, 412 E. t»Mh st.
PACKER. — By Oerman; can also ej>»ak
Servian, Hungarian and Rumanian: only
a Uttla En«!lah; or work In factory or any
wh&re. Bugarln, care of l'lnich. 626 Kast
6th at.
RELIABIX. middle aged man. apeaka four
langrußefs. d<"i"lre3 agency of eolld flrn:.
D. \au u>en, f3 Monroe et., pa«salc. N. J.
BALKSMAN, living In Chicago, desires
lines to tell to the department stores and
kindred stores, both Jobbing and retail or
to th* manufacturing trades In furniture
linea of Chicago, Milwaukee and vicinity,
on commission; have be«n selling this trade
since ISS9. Address J. X., fifth floor. ISIO
Michigan are., Chicago, 111.
SUPERINTENDENT of r^ntleman's »^
tate; urdtr?t_n<!s his business; best ref
erence. H. F , 79 Puntine st. , Jamaica.
L. L
SALESMAN.— By young man, 24; nine
years' experience In wholesale an.l retal!
bicycle and autumobtle supply house; beat
references. Balsam. 1527 Madison aye.
SALESMAN, with established trade In and
around Chicago, wants line of underwear,
hosiery or anything, at once. Ed. Good.
frend. 21&5 88th at., Chicago, 111.
SUPERINTENDENT. — Young man, mar
ried, with «-jcperlenee in building enri-
Btrs^tion, wishes position «» s-iprrlu
tei.flent; very handy and reasonable ref
erence. 8. Prcvaoiano. £22 East l»2d st.
TELEGRAPHER, stenogrrapher ai-.d type
writer, expert broker, commercial and
piets operator ai.d verbatim reporter;
biat references for character and ability.
M. 11. E.. Tribune Office.
TO MAKE snow white brlckstonri for
front walla on buildings, 'ilmmerinaiin.
762 German Pla'-e. The tionx.
VARNISHER. POLTBHER. — First clns» on
pianos, furniture, parquet floors, raflnla— -
Ing private hotels; by day or job: highest
references. Charles I'oescher. 600 East
1431 st.
WAT'"IIMAJ^ wishes position; best of rp%
erer.je*. Richardson. 67 Sumpter at.,
ErwkhT.
WA'P'HIIAX or JANITOR.— T!y middle
aged man; ateady i)Opltlon; long experi
ence. E. Bchmldt. 821 East 7&th St.
WATCHMAN. — Br big, strong man, 45;
was a German soldier; understands boil
ers aDd engines; ran do penera' repairing;
references. E. Vi" , 1162 Liberty aye.,
Brooklyn.
EY A YOUNG MAN. UNDER 20. TTITH A
MANUFACTL'RINO FIRM; LIVING at
HOME AND RECENTLY GRADUATED
FROM A COMMERCIAL SCHOOL; POSI
TION WHERE OPPORTUNITY WILL BB
GIVEN TO LEARN THE: PRACTICAL
END OF A BUSINESS. ADDRESS H. W.
a. BOX 80. TRIBUNE OFFICE.
YOUNG MAN desires position; talks sev
eral languages. Address 'I. Orensteln.
lie East 10th at. _„
TOUNO MAN, ten years last place;
handy with carpenter's tools; whole
sals house preferred. Hayman, 28S Lin
coln aye.. llrooklyn.
YOUN'O MAN, 23. colored, as porter, ele
vator runner or hallboy. 103 Bmlth it..
Brooklyn, care of Pcsey.
YOUNG MAN, 20. «trorg. wllllne, at any
thing; can furnish references. 6tei'h«n
King. 76 2d it., Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN, care of private driving
horses preferred, or any good place. Ad
dr««B Harris. £37 West 15th st. ■
YOUNG MAN.— with Wall Street house;
•xperiaaoed. A. Tuott, 12» E. 126 th St.
YOUNG MAN. 23; rr>od family; In private
family; four months In this country;
rtvaVs little EnfliFh; understands little but
lir's work. Treefull. 384 W. 48th.
YOUNG MAN. 18. fair education; rood
penman. Samuel Etaraaoler. 83 Ridge St.
YOUNG MAN, 2»>. as screw machine hand: |
will »tart as learner, or ♦•!!! work at
anything with advancement. John Ruther
ford. 110 8d tt., Elizabeth, N. J.
YOUNO MAN, 20; with wboteattM house,
with advancement; good references. Ad
dress N. 1... 71» East 8J at.. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAS', honest, wishes nlrht posi
tion; boon 1 ,to 13 p m.: writing posi
tion pralerrad- Louis Greenb«rg. 118 De
bevoise St.. Brooklyn. •
YOUNG MAN at anything: apeak* English
end German. Potthoff. 422 Bast 10th at.
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Office. No. 13&4 Broadway, between BCth
and BTth sta.. until 6 o'clock p. m. Advsr
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... in viz.: IT. 4 Bth aye.. a, c. cor. 23d at.|
IJ3 I.th »v» . tor. 12th St.; t)2 East llth at.;
•■17 West *2A at., between 7ta an< Sth ayes.i
:••■.■( West li.'th St.] 13.18 '"1 aye.. between
Ittth and 77th sta. ; 102« XI aye., near Cist
tt.l i.' - lit are., near 88th «t.j IST East
ISSUi ICI TM Traiaasl «00 14 «v»
LAUNDRESS and rHAMBERMAID, J22.
VAI.ET. — Companion; highly reoom
mended; $70.
HELP WANTED FEMAUX
WAlTßESS.— Waitress for _ty; $30
__ i 25.
CHAMBERMAID and 6_AMSTRF:S3t Ger
man or French; $25.
NURSE.— for two children; $30.
NURSE (French). — City; $25.
KITCHBNMAID, S-edlih; $22.
SWEDISH EXCNIiGC
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
694 3d ay*. Tel. 4S3— 33th.
AT CARPENTER'S Employment House,
154 «th aye. Established 1547. W« have
best coachmen, gardeners. grooms, married
couples, farm foremen, farm hands. All
nations, well recommended.
COACHMEN. GROOMS. OARDENFRS.
&<■• . Ton PRIVATE ESTATES. IRWIN.
77 WEST 11TH ST.
MISS GERARD Employment Agency. 193
. -1 a*«-'a *«-' between 17th and 18th sts. 'Phon 9
— Graniercy.
MRS. M. R. Fits Patrick's Employment Bu
reau. Broadway Arcade, 1947 Broadway:
subway and "L" stations, f.fith et. ; reached
t»' transfer from ail parts of city.
ADVERTISEMENTS and eubscrlptlona for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1364 Broadway, between Sflth
and 87th its., until 8 o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received nt the following branch
OIB CM at regular oflUa rates until a o'clock
p. in., viz.: 254 Sth aye., a. c. cor. 23d st.;
l.'.i ••.- ay«».. cor. 12th St.; 92 East 14th st.:
£57 West 42d st., between "th and Bth ayes.;
*« West 125 th St.: IMS M aye.. between
76th and 77th sts.; 1026 Si aye., near Slst
st.; 1 70S Ist aye.. near &Oth St.: 137 Eas;
125 th st. : 750 Tremont aye. : t\V> 3d aye.
WOKK AVA.MKD.
Mal»
YOUNG cpan'.ara. 1 la; Ing saxophone and
clarinet, wants position anywhere after t!
o'clock; has no instrument*. Address Sax
cfone, 0 Kant 4uth st.
YOUNG MAN. IS; where drawing ability
can be developed. H. J. Wilson, 412
Stevens St.. West Hoboken. N. J.
YOUNO MAN. 23; honest, wllltngi In pri
vate house; best recommendation. Care
of N. Kevorkian. 317 East 28th »t.
YOUNG MAN. 19. ambitious, where by
etrt t attention to business he can obtain
thorough- knowledge of torn* modern trad*.
Charles T. Cordes. 417 East 16th St.
TDtTJJQ MAN, stronir, to do Inside work;
$12 a week. A. "VT., eOS East 62d St..
care cf Oman.
Y< *■.■'■ MAN wUhes to learn plumbing
trade; wa?»s no object. C J. Johnson,
840 West 27th st.
YOUNG MAN. Norwegian, as handy man
In store or factory: understands boilers
can do painting; and rigging; references.
Samuel Bergesen. 825 Henry St., Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN. with thorough business ex
perience; position as bookkeeper or as
sistant or clerk; pood penman and firurer;
b«t references. Eecker, 1713 First aye.
TO~7f_ MAN*.— 2B, German-American:
rnarrltd: good character; reliable; at
present employed by wholesale jeweller.
Maiden Lane; position of any kind; no
objection to travelling-. Address James
Bellinger. 168 Third aye.
TOTTNO MAN. — Protestant: strictly tem
perate: work at anything. Advertiser,
455 West 44 th st., rear.
Frmaie
COMPANION or HOUSEKEEPER.—Re
fined Protestant woman, capable, position
at trust, In ahjve, r similar capacity; good
nurse for convalescent, elderly or Invalid
lady; very highest references. Address Miss
Bell. Box 66. Westcury gtatlon. Long Ibl
_rtd.
MATRON. — By yor.r.g woman, in Brooklyn
t!-carr». Mrs. Nelson. 10 WliUama Place,
Brook lyn.
MANICURIST wishes a few more custom
ers; also shampooing and *ealp treatment:,
at their residence. Miss McGulre, 411 West
21st et.
RENAIBSANCB WORK to ordan rnendlng
done. A. Battenberg. 348 East 18th §t.
BDCRETART. — By r»flned wrman: can fur
n!n;; excellent business and p«rsonaj ref—
erencea. Address T.. Box 8, Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER.—
By /oung lady, who, besides English ste
nography, sr*ska and writes French, and
German. Address F. E.. 37 West 16th st.
BTENOGRA~~_SB and TYPKvVRITKR.—
Youii* lady. 2O; permanent po«ltir>n;
srpall Hilary to start. Miss O. J. Moore,
3rtß V/est ISth at
BTENOORAPHKR.— Exi^rIenced ; excellent
rff-Tfrices; Rood grammarian and »pe:i«r|
salary Jl3. W., 49 7th aye. No agents.
TTTTDrt, — Br young lady grai'iate In el»
mi Btary e'lbjtcts. A. 8., 12>3 West S>2d
TT'TORESS or OOVERNFSS. by a re
f.ned young woman, experienced with
<Vaf and dumb children. Vaughan. 151
East Slst st.
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offices at res— lax otßce rate* until 8 o'clock
p m.. viz.: 254 Bth aye.. s. c. cor. 231 st.;
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2"7 West 4- St., between "th «nd M: av>-9 ;
2^..<t West 123 th st. ; 133S 3d aye.. between
76th and 7Tth Eta.; 102* 3J aye., near *:ist
gt.: 170S Ist aye.. near S9th st ; 157 East
12."« th «* : 7.*ifi Trp.-nonf «v».: •'••">i> ".1 aye.
DOMESTIC KiriATIONS WASTED.
Mala.
ATTENDANT, companion to an Invalid;
exi'vrlanoad, educated, gentleman!': ac
customed to travel; New York referent**.
Graham, t'9 Lexington aye.
CHEF. Al. highest references; hotel, club,
&c. ; alt branches; excellent oulslne; city
or •try; wages $100 up. Japanese, 102
West 137 th st.
COOK.^-Colorad; r<>l!ablp. tr.o<'.; In rrlvato
family. Call or a.Mnrss M. Kvan;., ->\>i
Fulton St., J.r>.ikl>n.
CfifiK — Good dtaaar and order cook. Gao.
r. Lnhraan. SIS *Bth at. Brooklyn.
COOK. — Weal Indian for private family,
•>■'': apartment, hotel or restaurant:
rellabla; all 1 trustworthy: last position 7
years. Call LSghtfoots. 230 West 124 th st.
COACHMAN, married, wants situation;
Oral class; city ref*rencen; can drive four
If required; lately diaencagej. Address
Irving, t*li> 6th aye.
COACHMAN.— Slnglo; rlr« class refer
ences; understands care of flea horses,
harntr carriage*, as proven by long ref
erences from last and former employers,
who can be seta; city or country. Address
H. 11.. car« of Qulnn. 013 6th aye.
Are You
Looking for
Board
or
Rooms ?
The New-York Tritnine's
Information Bureau, at
its Uptown Office, 1.364
Broadway, has on file all
the better class Beard
ing Houses and Room
Houses. FB£E informa
tion as to prices and lo
calities.
DRY GOODS.
RESTAURANT -BtH Floor BOGXS-lst Floor -"CTi-Jrfi Floor
ThlrtlToe* ■. -
4
We Place on Sale To-Horrow Morning a Remarkable
Purchase of *
Exquisite Fiiiirs and Fur Lined Coats
AT PRICES WITHOUT REGARD TO THEIR WORTH. '
NO ONE will deny that the Winter has been a long time grettins here. And If you knew the Pur
market as well as we, you'd understand why a sal* or this kind 13 possible- right now. Maker*
and Importers of furs are In a quandary what to do with their itock. Most of them anticipated
a loner, cold Winter, but It failed to materialize and they have been "caught with the goods." Rath«r
than carry stock over, some exceptional and wonderful prlc* concessions have been made to us.
Of course, the collection, gathered from different source, consists very largely of
odd pieces. We are very particular about our furs— they must be Just so in every
detail. Bo we went through these overflow stocks ar ! picked Just what w%
wanted— Furs we KNEW to be fully up to the Simpson Crawford standard— and
The Prices You'll Pay Us ToMorrow Make It Possible far You to Own
Dependable Furs for Less Than You Ever Dreamed.
SQUIRREL LINED COATS; f VERT FINE BROADCLOTH
samples; all ne^ loose models; COATS; extra selected squirrel
bmwn, red, blue and green; choice locket Unlnps and lars?e
squirrel linings, excellent tal'.or- , collars of Lynx, Squirrel or Per-
GOOD QUALITY BROAD
CLOTH COATS; with lining: of
clear Russian Squirrel; large
shawl collar of Squirrel or Per
value. L a a mb :..:!!? $32 - 50
IMPORTED BIZAM
Seal Coat, made after
the Empire model; 54
Inches Ions;
values H<*r, $25_)
PORTED COAT of
Broadtail— pony
model, richly embroid
ered; a $GOO $^©S
Coat, at _»»€>
BROADTAIL. COAT—
Beautiful military
model; $400 S>>^fll
value, at -^»_»</
BLENDED MINK
COAT. 30 Inches long;
$300 coat $245
fit *••••••••••• "
IMPORTED CARACUI.
COAT. beautifully
Braided, pony model;
1200 value $OE
at u<£/^
FUR KEC3LWEAR.
Hudson Bay Sable
Scarfs, 4-6 kin, $75
Hudson Bay Sable
Bear 6-skin, $145
Eastern Minis Scarfs, 6
ekln. 575
Natural Mink Scarfs, 4-
Bkin. 532.50
Natural Mink Throw
Scarfs, 51 6.60
Ermine Bcarfa, 10 tails.
$39.60
Ermine Bow-knot Ties.
$18.50
Baum Marten Scarfs,
$39.
Baum Marten Fox
Throw Scarfs, $3.75
Brook Mink Throw
Scarfs, $3.50
Gray Squirrel 8 0 a r t a.
$4.95
FUR SETS.
BAUM MARTEN FOX SETS— consisting of 4
skin hanging muff and large stole with <g _% rs
head and tails, $53 value v^y
SABLE FOX SCARFS— two yards Ions; and
pillow muff to match; regular <£ i Q c? f\
25 value, each * JC.OU
POMEUTIC BITCATIONSWAATBIX
,t_nd» afl bou.a feeding; best city rofar
l^ir Mrs O'Connor. Bod West 4l>ih st.
COACHMAN.— B«ven years' personal refer-
C encisrcTty or country ; take country plaoe.
Buree. car« of Lea. harn«*» »tor»» S « T
Broadway.
COACHMAN first olass, roaxried, Hi
.maTt appearance; thoroughly expert
en/ed with fine horses and carriage*;
honest, sober, obliging; highest refer
ences Hughes. »3 Butlar at.. Brooklyn.
COACHMAN, single; madlum height and
weight; 12 years' reference, written and
personal. Address J. B. Brewst.r. 49ta at.
and 7th ay*.
LUACHMAX gardener. licensed chauffeur:
C^ms,l.nt.' tr.s:w,rthy German, mlddla
ag«d, single; understand* furnace*, milkiiu
carpentering: ilx years' excel lent rete^
encea; prefer good home to hieh wages.
Coachman. Thomaston, L. i.
GARDENER, head: married, na family;
a_e? 4i;Uf* eiperlence In the manage
ment of gentlemen country places; be»t or
references. Addie*s H.. 30 Perry St.
GVRDENER.— Superintendent on gentla
mans private estuta; Ufa experience In
all brancnea; greenhouses, fruit. Bowers.
?"reSbl«: tateUM testimonials; Scotch.
30 year*; married, no family. W. W.. M*
West 19th at.
GARDENER. •Ingle. German, with first
class references, four and six years with
private families, knows his business In
greenhouses and ail outs-da work, would
like to take chargu of gentleman a estate.
E. 6.. 152 East 42d St.
G^HUF.N'BR. — By useful man; American.
«; sul.'tly t«mperatr; good horseman.
aalliman poultry; bandy al. toAls; relia
ble- refer'mcai aa to ability and reputation.
Mill*, Box 21. Tribune oaice.
HOUSEWORK, by Japanese student. In
apartment. N.. 225 East 51st st.
USEFUL M._S — By German. 29; single;
und-rstands furnace, horses, cows, etc.;
automobile school raduate; abla to do r*
patrs: references; wag's $.i a. month. ii.
B Box 223. Tribune Office.
USEFUL. MAN.— Married man, 30; handy
with tools; quick to learn: honest, sober,
willing L. Gamar, 234 Woodward aye.,
Brooklyn. Tel. MB Buahwl ■
USEFUL MAN.— 2I»; anything; handy with
tools. V. Lebrecht, t>-> t;. 17th at.
USEFUL MAN— willing ar.J Intelligent;
anything- can write and speak English.
Fred Vedral. 4i;tS E. ;1j: st.
USEFUL MAN. middle aged; city or coun
try expertencd In care of prlvato coun
try places, house, »t_L>. Jen. shep.
tools, etc.; reference*. W. V.. 1«O Green
st.. Jersey City.
USEFUL MAN.— By respectable colorsd
man: fairly educated: thoroughly a>—
(juainte.l with city; aa general useful man
fur tfood reliable firm; twit personal refer
ences. Address Trustworthy. Tf.bune Up
town Offled. ISM Broadway. ' i ■-. V" ; s
USEFUL MAN. — EngUshman, single, mid
die aged; 10 year*' references; car« of
terse, cow. poultry, garden, etc.; any dis
tance from city. Henry Uo;e, 152 West
15th st.
VISITING VALET, experienced. Japanese.
. has several vacanciaa AddraM Ruasoa
ab'.e. 102 West 137 th St.
VALET, atunriact to an Invalid; experi
enced, edurat*d. gentlemanly; accus
tomed to travel: New York references.
Graham. 63 Lexington aye.
VALLT.- sfls-aii; »recUl reference for
masaage; would care for Invalid; age 35;
_nglU_man; preaent employer will i«eom
mend. F.. Advertising OUice. 1076 Ji aye.
VALET-COMI'ANION.— By your.g man;
experienced, educated, temrerat*; s^ea^s
six language*; with gentleman, to travel
abroad; referecce*. Loon. 3UU2 Walnut at.
I'iiiladilphla-
WAITER wtshaa steady position In restau
rant. John Krsek. 17 East 17th St.
WAITER 2t: neat and wllllr.»; »p«a*»
German' and Enrllsh; anr klnJ of walk:
Will go out of town. Kopenberr. care »t
Mo«er, 415 Exit S4tn st.
WAlTEß.— Colored; in hotel or Institution
• city or country; best references. John
Henderson, 143 U 85lh st.
WAITER By young colored man. In
boarding house; can tend furnace, or any
lnsld* work. Address US Prince »•■■ Bkljn.
YOUNO COUPLE. colored (Jamaican*). In
private family; woman neat dressmaker;
fond of children ; man butler; moderate sal
ary. A. Uusbkc*. 16 »>a*fl at, Hew Lan-
I>RT OOOMi
CARACUL, COATS; NEW 1 IMPORTED "WHITE BROAD
semi-fltted model; rich silk braid ! TAIL. CARACUL. COAT, with
trimming: brocade lining; made finest quality black lynx shawl
of silky, soft, selected skins; only , collar and cuffs, fully 54 inches
8 garments; regular $100 _,*7_) Ion?. Made to sail for $T!gA
value *J> , $400: very special at.. -**>U
BIiACIC LTXX SETBj
large new shapo pillow
zr.uff and 60-lncb, Throw
Scarf; both beautifully
•t!k Uned and
finished: $50 S'lS
Talue at **O
EA9TERK MINK
Scarfs; six skins; four
tab «£Cect; trimmed with
m nerr s*ap« pillow
f and 60-inch Throw
•f; both b*autlruUjr
Ua6d and
•At*..*: $ 38
S T E R If MINK
■f»; six skins; foar
• .Tect; trlmm«d wtto
natural tails, ;iwi &nd
heads: resr
ul*r $43 539.50
Taluoat.... *«> >"»«>x>
N'ATCRAL EA9TEKN
Mink PUlott Mufti; four
and ftv©
S^: : ...^ $29.50
GRAY BQUIRREI*
PCARFS OR SQ Srt
MUFFS, each y«4>i/
FUH RUFFS.
Hanson Bay Sahfiw 4
■trip* $145
>?ataral Mini, ©-strtj^
$6?
Natural MlnJfc 0-strtp*.
886
Black I-rnx. ptlloir
style. $19.50
Ermlna. pillow styfcv,
545
Baum Marten, hnnstnj
akin. $4?. 53
Ba v m Marten Fox
Mu2». $10 and $IXSO
Gray Squirrel Muffa,
Km Marten Fox
i $:o ..nj $:2 fo
Bqatrr«l Muifa,
Sabl9 __ Pq«trr«l Muffs.
512.50
Brook M!nk MufO.
$3.95
BROADTAIL PERSIAN PAW SETS ; large square ©a** f;^ "
pillow muff and 54 inch Ascot throw ; $20 value at * Ufea©^
DOMESTIC «ITr.4TIOJ«B WANTED.
F*mal*.
Mrs. Dickinson's
Co-operative
Employment Bureau,
*81 Madison are. Tal. — 3»th. Sup
plies high class household servants, mala
and female: reference* personally Investi
gated; governesses, companion*, housekeep
ers, all nationalities. opening. closing,
cleaning houses, fall and spring; housed
cared for during summer.
CARETAKER or JANITRSSci.— Reapect
able woman, flrat class re.e.-enoaa. His.
A. G.. 27 Bth at. Brooklyn.
COOK.— First class; best r*f*r*no*j dty or
country. Ad<Sr*sa Miss _. Joha3on. 223
East _M at. y>;v
COOK and LAUNDRESS, «sp*r!*ne«3:
daughter to c__e car* of children and
wait on table; city or country j r*far*nc*«.
494 Ist aye.. one Sight.
COOK.— excellent; American. EnglUh;
by month or lunches or dinners; city or
country .l references; prtvata family. Miaa
Woods. 217 West, lyta st.
COOK. — First clasa; German, French and
Anieiican ooo—lojr: haa friend kitchen
maii; city or oat "Tel. 1»29 Pla-_ Mor
r"W» Bur«_u. 721 I__ln_ton a»^. aorner
"•-:h «t
COOK — CHAMBERMAID. — Mother and
daughter; good cook. e_ca«ant l_un<tr-«s.
can bake; daughier chatcba— nald and wait
res',, city or out. MorroWa B\Lre_u. 7_l
Laxingtcn aye.. sSth a_
COOK and LAUNDRESS.— Tonne; woman;
In small family. In city: good references.
H, Hotaayer-s Bureau. 158 Weat 834 st.
Please call after 10:30 a. m.
COOK. — German, first das*: good baker;
city or country: beat references; wage*
$33 Call at Lang it Boec_«rer Co. a Bu
reau, 13 West 27th at.
COOK.— Colored: no ohj«ctlon to country,
fall for two days. Mary A. Qraen, *n
West 47th st . Room 8.
COOK and CHAMBERMAID-— girls:
together; city or country, will do worn
of small nous*: six yeara' reference on*
family 11. and M.. Miss Fitigerald'a Bu
reau. Mi Cth ava.. cor. 4__
COOK Competent colored woman; house
m plain cook, and assist laundry or
waitress; sleep horn*. Call or addr*aa. M
W «>l*t st.. care Hubert Morris.
COoK Protestant, good; olty or country,
where help la given to kitchen; first
class reference. M. IL. »3s East 23th St.
COOK — CoupU, wife aa cook; man do
any kind of work: experience Cor
nell. 45 West 132 dsL
Ct>OK. lootrli Protestant, thoroughly
uiulerstands all branches; plain _nd
~ookl:.g; g 'jod references; city or
ccuntry. M 8. Mrs. ColUer a Agency.
tj| West ISd st.
COOK — Norwegian Protestant; particu
larly neat; city references; apartment
preferred; wages, »2S. A. 3.. Mr*. Col
lier's Agency. 132 West JSd St.
CHAMBERMAID and -WAITRESS.—
Neat. competent. obliging young
— i.ruan; saM of referenoea; city or coun
try- I". R-. Mrs CaUl9r"a Agency, 111
West :JJ st.
COMPANION.— Lady, with *om* hospital
training; attendant to Invalid; r*ttr*nc*.
Helen Reed, fault ate. Marl*. Ontario.
DATS WORK. — Colored girl; cleaning and
lrcnicg; M washing. Phillips. 14 W. 13*4.
D\Y'3 WORK. — Colored woman; out by
day; bundl* waahing taken horn*. Oliver.
207 XV. *.'.h st.
nOUSE-IVORKER — USEFUL MAN- —
Young couple; woman nous* worker, (rood
cook, can bake, excellent laundreaa; man
useful all. around; city, oountry: wUliag.
Morrow's Bureau. TZI Lextogton are.. 6ath.
HOUPirVVORK.— By neat, irlddla aged.
strtotly temperate woman; trained cook;
<jui«t place In country pr*f»trr*d; wage^ lin
monthly. Call lrwla » Buraau. 77 West
lltast.
HOUSEWORK.— By co . red girl; In flat:
reference. 22« Waal 47ta at., ring UU.
ADVERTISEMEO.T? ana sutxcrlpttoaa for
Th« Tribune received at their Uptown
Otnce. No. 13(14 Broadway, i^tween MUi
and 37th ets.. until .• o'clock p. m. Adver
tlsemsnis received at th* following, tranch
cfilcej at r*iu!ar oac* rate* until a o'clock
>nt. Tta.i 204 «th ay%. a. a, cor. 2nd stl
i&t H* »M. aacv i*a «M •» BaM i».^ •%
18
T>KT fIOODSi
ALASKA SEAL COATS, m
several desirable tnodala; 24
Inches long; Very fin« .
rrade: value 1275. at.. 7 9
DOMESTIC BITTATIOJCS RiNTia
Fnamtav
JANTTOR. — American lady aa£ daoarbtarl
cr housekeeper. liuxn:.con, 24 Marten at.
JA^'ITRESS.— By C«raia woman, vtti
aruau firstly, Mr*. Pociaroy, Coo V."t»l
47U» St.
LAOTDRES3.— By eolorad wonjui; taJui
washing home or out by lay ; (mod !ium
draaa. EUsn Murray. 58 w«st ISS4 at. t
j
: LADY'S — Competent Efigtls2i wcaa-i
! aa; jood hairdresser, pacicar. saamstresa;
city or country; would t&ica entlr* charge cf
I elderly lady. R. £*.. ll:«s ritzgexald'a 804
1 reau, 303 Cta ay«.
I LAUNDRESS wishes few more fmv»rf*
washings. Neubecic. 429 Wsat 40tJj ■«.
LAt T NDftKS» out by the day; private homai
preferred. Mr*. Winnie, T» Weat 101« aY
LArNT3RE33. — First olasa: «htrt», ooQajx
ecSs: has friend sham aid aid w%iM
raaa: city, country. Tel, 1029 P!aj»v VXocm
row's Bureau. 721 Lextagtcn ay«., 33t& t*.
L.VUNDRE3S. — Finnish: S.-st c^UMi Ttr#
beet refareneea from New Tork faml'J«k>
Juss;la Bureau, 6SO Laxington ava.
LAUN'r>RETS3. — First class. compataet «4
- skirts acd fine nndcrweart ely or ooum
try; beat references, wagea $2? 430. Caul
at Lang <& Bcechercr Co.** B-iraaa, \M
West 27th st.
LAUNDRESS, — Sivedlah woman, t~>o£
wishes waahinf at bos*. Mr* Ros«w
Ml Id ay«.
MAlD.— Oerntan, refined; useful j foodl
■•wars willing and obliging: beat r»ier«
> eneas; city cr cotmtxy; wages 123. Oil at
Lany A Bj««h«rer Co.'s Buraa.ll. IS Watt
27th st.
MAID to lady; North German Prot«ataa»(
good traveller; reined young woman: a]
competent Invalid's attendant- beat of re*»
er->nc>3. Car« of Smith, IS West 6<Xa am.
Sa-\ID.— Irish fir! a* mall ta TmO*
or grown children: city refrrenoea. Jane,
Winthrop Bureau. 83 Weat SBta at.
KT7RB2 and BEAM 9TRE3B . —
woman; to an Invalid or a»i!drea; ref»r>*
•no*. Address 10'il East ISOth St., Broa*.
— Intei!!gent Americas; eoffipatanC
to car* for child 1 y*ar up. personal eitf
refarencea; 128 to $30. Write Nurse. Trii*
an* Uptown Office, 1344 Broadway.
NUR3BRY OOVi:R.VTEBB— North OermacJ
good sewer; city or country; best r*£H>4)
•ncesi wag** 125-130. Cml! at Lang 4
i Botcherar Co.** Bur*au. 13 Wist 27th «V
NURSE. Norta German, refined; gooi
sewer; beat references; wages 120 ; oity
or country. Call at Lans A B'-*\r.ar«r CQ^*«
Bureau. 13 West 27tn at.
NURSE. trained EngUah: to travel •wtt^
Invalid; good sailor; ba«t rafarenoea. Ad-*
!!re»a Francis. 34 Irving Place. Brooklyn,
RESPECTABLE WOMAN wishes wor«~*4
anything; good references. Miss Vet
Carthy. 2*3 West 1824 at.
WASHtNQ %r.\ IRONTNO— By O«rc»a
woman. Apply BIT East 19th st., sandy
stor*. /
WAITRES3. — By r«speotab!e Germaa g«rl{ •
bakery or restaurant. EsUraaus. 133-*
3d aye.
WIDOW, with small family, would '.:'<•
child to board; near school ; beat car*.
Sin. Magulr« HO £aat Mala St.. Patois
ogua. Long lean!
[ WORK by day or wee*: laundry work}
cleaning. M. wraar. 10? Amsterdam avm.
WaSUINO and IRONINO at how*: wm»
a> doien; expert on all description*: prt—
vat* house; op«»n air drying; an rwm par*»;
reasonahls: com* and Investigate. 833
East st.
WASHINO. — A«<wtoan -man to do wash
ing or cleaning: In nee<l ■ "ail or ad lr*«#
Mr*. Dv Bols. a*4 West 19th at.
WASHINO. — Woman to taka hone wash*
Irq: op*n air drying. Paterson. 433 W*»t
46th st.
WASHINO.— Bt German woman, a Urga '
family washing to taka horn*, ataaiazw
3tH East <UMh
ADVERTISEMENTS and sub>>criiiitlo»ia tot
Th* Tribune recalve-1 at t^e!r t,"Bt!>wa
OSo». No. 1304 Broadway, between 86t!»
and 37t: tw.. until I o'clock D. ■ Adv*r
tissnjents r*i-*lv*d at th* following branch
otac*n at regular aAca rates until 3 o*oioci(
?. m.. vis.: 234 Std aye.. a a. cor. 234 st. ;
33 «th ay».. cor. 12th »t ; 93 East 14th st.|
t*>7 \\>«t 42«1 at., t»i«i-«u 7th and Sth ay**.:
»3 West 129 th •«'..; IS3S M ay*.. between
7£th and 77th sts.; 1028 *1 *▼*.. tear «l«t
»•„; 1703 Ist aye.. near S»tn st; 137 Km
USxik at. 1 tM Tramoßt aa^ MO M «M»

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