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J. J. Delmy and E. G. Whitaker on Appraisal Commissions. Corporation Counsel Ellison yesterday, acting; i,, conjunction with Justice Isaac K. Mills, of Westcterter, announced the designation of John j. Delany. ex-Corporation Counsel, and Edward <;. TThltßker ea commissioners for Xew York <3ty on the condemnation commissions to be ap j,o!r.tefl by Justice Mills for the appraisal work in connection with ths CatekiU aqueduct. justice Mill* If to appoint two sets of comtnls «lor.ere. one to cover Wastchester appraisals and t ue other for Putnam County. Mr. Whitaker vfll be on the former and Mr. Delany on th* Utter. justice Mills will appoint two other commis sioners for each commission. As soon as the ap pointments are officially announced the city takes title to the routes surveyed through West 1 beater and Putnam to the point on the Hudson wtiere the aqueduct roes under the river. The compensation for the commissioners will , •> $80 a day, and the work will last mor* than a year, tender the provisions of the law the commissions must report on the work within one year, but If there Is sufficient reason for continuing the commission the court can do it. There are fifty-two parcels to be appraised in Putnam and fifty-six In Westchester. In addi tion to the right of way for the conduits across Wattoneeter, there are to be constructed reser voirs at Ksnslco and Hlllvlow and a filtration plant. The Westchester commission will have Is appraise the land needed for all these. Ore of th* vexatious features of the work is th» indirect damage which the city Is bound to pay under th* Fowler law. The clause relative to consequential or Indirect damages will en able any one who Is adversely affected in an in direct way to bring In a bill. A hotelkeeper. If the city demolishes his place, will be able not only to charge for the value of the property, but also for th* profits he might have made for at lea«t six months after he vacated the prem ies. In like manner a waiter In a hotel, a bar ber or a hired man en a farm could present a bill for services for six months' time If able to show that th* city's acts deprived him of a Hvellh/vod. The Water Board officials are expecting a lot of freak bills, but It Is not thought that they v!3l aggregate a large sum. Me»«rs. Delany and Whitaker probably are the only Democrats who will serve- on the board. Justice Mills is a Republican, and the Republi cans of Westcherter and Putnam counties nro counting on the appointment of men of th»?ir j political faith to the four other places on tho j two commissions. When Mr. Delany left the law department last fall he quit suddenly, to the discomfiture ' nt the Mayor. Mr. Delanys friends expected I that he would be named for one of the justice ship* on the Tammany ticket. Mr. Murphy or dered otherwise. The Mayor drafted Water Commissioner Ellison for the head of the law department. The appointment of Mr. Delany i probably means that the Mayor and Mr. De- I lany hay* resumed their oldtime cordial re lations. Edward G. Wbitaker formerly was president of th* State Bar Association. H* has off V** at No. 141 Broadway. The Water Board officials expect to advertise •he contract for th* aqueduct In Westchester and Putnam next week. Mayor McClellan has , requested that the work be pushed with the utmost dispatch. Commissioner Chadwiek said laet night that the work was well In hand and ♦hat th* contract would be let within a tnr weeks. Of Mr. Delany Mr. Ellison said last night: •There Is no one In the city more familiar with the proposed aqueduct, as the whole question Tt-ae taken up under bis administration of this office. I feel I have been able to secure the , fserrices of two most excellent men. In whose hands the Interests of th* city will be safe." BLOW TO 8. 0. STATS WSPEHBAEY. Senate Adopts He&oluiioa Abolishing Systcn in Favor of Local Option. Columbia, 8. C Jan. 25.— Benate. after a brief ekirmlab to-day adopted th« Smith reso lution to abolish the state dispensary. The vote was 19 to 16. The Smith resolution calls upon the Joint Fen ate and House Judiciary committees to frame a Mil looking; to the abolishment of the ctate dis pensary and providing fcr local option, as be tween county dispensaries and prohibition. Religious Notices. SO cents per Use. A LARGE CHORUS OF CHILDREN WILL SINO HYMNS NEW AND OLD. 3:59 SUNDAY AFTERNOON. AT THE FIVE POINTS HOUSE OF INDUSTRY lit Worth Street. Superintendent, WM. R. GARBCTT. Organist. 8. N. PENFIELD. Mua. Doe. ADAMS CIIAFEU UNION THEOLOOICAI. PfcM IVARY. 700 Park aye. — Sunday afternoon asrvleea at 4:80 oriel! T( fourth of th* serins of eern ' i t on *"*h* Person a«<l Wcrk of Christ." Preachei* th* Rev. .TOt'itnr ARTHUR H'fHIUN M'QIFKKRT ?u»>je.-t: "The Reformation and >!■!•• «"onc»ptioiiii " a;; ■»•* wol'-ome. AUT, SOULS' CWUF.CH. 6t. Nicholas aye. anJ llß'-h st.. Re- QEORGE C. PRATT. Rertor. Ser\lces, 7:80. 11 * S. ALT. SOULS' <T-NITAItIAN». 4tli ay«., »th at.— Rer. THOMAS R. KLICKR. Pastor win preach. Subject! "JCnUt TO THE CHILDREN." Strrlcrs 11 a ra All cordially Invited. At Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, 4-« WEST «6TH HT. Rev. W. R. niCHAttDHON. Acting Pastor. Public Worship 11 a. in. and • • m. RT.V. WAV LAM) HOYT. D. D.. WILL. PREACH. Bit le rilifjol. Young Men a and Young Women's 'lasses at 0 45 a. in AT LENOX AVENUE r.VITAniAJC CHURCH. Oomer 121 st Street. Kervlce at 11. HENRI PIDGWICK— A TYPE OF TUG M')l>m:S M!NI» By Rev. MKRU: ST. CROIX WSIUHT. AT THE WEST END PREPBYTtRIAJC CHURCH, oor ■mi l««sth at. and Amsterdam tor*., th* Pastor, Rev. a. KDWIN KF.IGWIN. D. D.. will Broach In the mornlrg: subject. "Trie Vision and the Man" (requested). In it- evening Rev. FRANK T. BATtJET. I». D.. of Den ver. <■•.: «1!1 proa I aubject, 'Tho Man That I* Pmbb." BAPTIST « ;i''P.-H or THE EPIPHANY. Wor*Mppitir ar the Rest Side Branch of th« V M. C A. »6:h Rt . near I^-xlrgtun Aye . l:ev. HENRY A. riREISKER. D. D. will prea<h on SUNDAY. JAN. 27. at II ■ in. and C p. ni. ■MIX'iKAJ.K RF.'.'Oi:slEl> CHURCH. Droaiway •ti4 IMlth »i — WILLIAM C BTTSBwOK. D. I' 11 a. m. •» Pure. Not a Puritan, Kabb*rh I'<r Our City." 8 p. m.. "sTTm la a <"fcr*.stian?" KRICK CITCBCH. Fifth Avenue and Thlrty-aeyenth Street. .. . )Rev WILLIAM R. RICJIARDS. IX V. Viu.sttn >Roy BHKPHCP.D ksapp. At 11— Mr. Fair. Dr. Webster and" l>r. It!ehar<Ts. At 4— Dr. Rlrhards will preach. Mr. Krapp at rVENIXCS SBRVICB at fc. »BATI* FREE. Biota School and '"!«•»", ft:49 a. tn. MBN"P CUM taught by ,n. rAOMAJtI •eokflay «enices: Wednesday. t p. m . ac Friday. •»• ra. RP.OrDWAY TABERNACLE. Broadway and Mth at. ■ ibiic worship at II a ta. Strmon by Dr. ('HAS B. lITUJS. • p. in . I»r. JEFFERSON mill preach., S p. an.. Dr. Thomson's BthU Class. Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church, ISSMh fit. and Seventh Ay*. nor. CHARM:* I*. OOODET.L. V. C. Pastor. Preaching at 10:4} a. m. ani 7 45 p. m. by the Pastor. Last Week of the Special Meetings ovoty evening exe«pt Saturday. Short sermon •Haste*; by Ur. HARPER O. SMYTH and choir. CALVAHT. W. C7th.— Dr. 81 AC ARTHUR- "Restored - -fa." H; 'Tho Maimed Prince." 8 Vested Grand • ioir (l«0i, Dowman. Oond. CENTRAL. PKBSBTTERIAN CHURCH. W«*t B7th a*.. between Brvadway and 7th me. Rev WILTON MERLE BMJTK. I» D.. Pastor. nehinrr at 11 a in. and H p. m. k.v,umm Kutiect. "Uirla *nl Their Trmptatleru." Sui. <sr aohool, t b. is. <"hrt»tlan Endeavor Moating Mon "ay evening at • o'clock. I»vi/tlcr,«l mooting Wedneaady evening at S o'clock. All weloo»e. -v ;t .- n 'WWIT CHUKCII. Broadwmy sad Tla< at ., ner. O. A. f*'»N<;. Rretor.— e. II a. an., r«ctor; 4p. m , musical ••m-*; • p. m.. Mr. MJII»r . '-'BsUwTMN HCIENCB SERVICES. Sunday mornings. II: *»»■■!' svniaga. ft; Waitwby •venlags.S. FIFTH < nrucN or chkut. •ctdntiht. »<*-a»o w«it 45th «. cHirncir or onriKiTrA TisiunTT. ' *ntnl Park Wast *- Jeth at. The Paator. Bar. FRANK OUVfcK HALL. to 0.. will preach at II a. am.. "Th« •uurth .« -n, CMII." * p. jn.. . a.. "... Timer. «tv. THORNTON .». atlfXa. on "Pfn4tag Cd «■ 'he Religious Notices. *• cent* per line. CHIl mii .v, THBi ABCHJJSIOW. _ • Fifth ay*. and 10th »t 11 . m T - ££5& V S -n9KNET J ORA^r. Raetor. 11 a. m morning servics and Mrmon /rector). * p. m.. selection from Havdn'a 'Treatlonl Hoy. WALTER E. CLIFTON BMITH* preach, h !• r, . ar—iaa; aarrtos kr .d amen (reciorTl^ 'HVR'H OF THE IIFAVENIT RFwT ■. It £ ESS P«>er. Preacher. Canon Klratw. Bp. m. Evening Prayer. Preacher, Th» ItectOT7 CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH 'inltarlani. »«th st. and Park ay*. Services v • ni 1» hap-. - Etui an •■• on I'ark tv*. _ CHUUCU "^TTIOX ST. TIMOTHT. H,, r iienmt ™* * c - %. m tnoiui Service: Preacher. Ray. Dr. rdbHTON.. 8 p. m. J. 1-IAiI.M iii: ■ ]>. n S-r.lor i'ust. r Rrv l ilviv"-- Kt -'' i I * «•• l: '''• M 'ava.— FMtor. Bar. BENJAMIN .. niCKHAtrf. Service. 11 B. m. and 8 Mi.ifira.va Ess. -? vtR!n * tor^- "*»• I! , V M-, ViA "' '' CHURCH, corner 1281 at.— m*tor. "V „ -'';A.: .::.,-. x. '«•.. ... D Services 11 a. m. ar,i ■ I ni Preaching by v.-,» Pastor. FIRST, v BAPTIST CHURCH, B'wny nr.J 79th Street. Pastor. [. X. HALDEMAN. 11 a m— -IS THERE ANY USB IN PRATER?" ■ p.m. —■■..!( ink TO BE Ot'BST WITH A SINNER." Second in 'DRAMATIC BCBNBf ' FREE SYNAGOGUE. A<!rtrc^!>rs nY pR. STEPHEN S. WO preliminary to the foun.iin* of THE FREE BTXAOOGI B. Bunflay morning?, January 27 to March 3. 1».>7. at th« Hudson Theatra, 44th •-: . fast of Broadway. ■rXDAY MORXINO, JANUARY 27. AT 11:18. ful)ject. "What [a a i"i— BjmagaguaT" AI^I. ark WKSJCOUK Madison Avenue Baptist Church, MADISON AVENUE. CORNER SIST ST. KEP.R BOTCE TUPPER, P. D.. I.L. 1). Minister. ti4sa.m. — Bibie School, with ecin.t claisea for young men and young woman IX «- n». — TVorjhip and Preaching. Sermon Them*: "n\erjr Man His Special Talent." • p.m. — Worship and Lecture. Lecture Them*: "Con trlbutton of tH« Moravtana to Religious Prnfr«M" by tit* Rev. I>r. Charles NagaL A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALU MADISON AYE. MEH-HOW^T EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. Wallace MacMullen, D. D., Pastor. I'r'a.hlng l.v the Pft«tor at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Moraine Subject: • •CHRIST! AS A METHOD OF LIKE." Pun lay S.-hool at 0:43 a. m. Mi .week Prayer Ml»lua WaAaaaoajr at « p. m. MADISON AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. N">rt;:*3*t comer 73il tl. nr>l Madtaoa ay*. Rev. HENItT SLOAN'E COI FIN. V. D.. Taslor. Public vorahlr. 11 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Th« Rev. I»rofe»*or THOMAS C. HAI.U D. D. will prexrh upon "THE SOCIAL MESSAGE OF CHRISTIANITT" at both, aervices. Madison Avenue Reformed Church, Cor. ;.Tth it. Rev. "VYM. CARTER. Ph. IX. Pa*tor. Bel « lcea a- 1! a, m. and 8 p. m. Mnrnlni: SuMect — "Tho Tliref Tmperativen." Kvenlnc — "Upon Thii Rock; TThat RoekT** Bp*rlj«i Ponf Fervlre. choir and Christian Endeavor Society. MADISON C. PETERS. MAJESTIC THEATRE. 11 a. in. Pubieet. "Some Much Needed Lessons New Yorkers KhouJd I.earn from th« Thaw-TVhlte Tragedy." FrM. MADIPON BUrARD PAESBTTERIAN CHURCH. Madison me and 34th »t. nay. C. H PARKHLRST. D IV. Pastor. P.ev. OQORGE R. MONTGOiIERT. As.'lotar.t Minister. Sabl.ath ?»r.!o<s 11 a. m. ani H p. tn. The IVistor will preach r.orn:n£ a- ' evening;. BiWe School, vlth clcfs^s for adu'.ts. in Chaj>»l. 9:4S a. m. A fifteen- i' t< eervl»*« will be hfM dally, except Fatur 4 •. In •.:- auditorium of the Church at 12:20 o'clock. Ten m!nute« of organ mu?i? before each serrtee. MANHATTAN CONaREQATIOVAU Braadwar and l*ta it.. Rev. HENnV A. BTIMSON. D. D. Patter— Services 11 a m. and »• r- SB- Br-eclal raoale both '*r vlc««. J. H»nry V X!- • Biusieat direct-, chT'ja choir. Seats free. Ptrarx*''* nelcorr.t. MEMORIAL. BAPTIBT. Waahlngton f*-;uare South — Preaehln* services conducted by EDWARD JtTDSON. Pa*tor. At 11. »«rmon by th« flay. EPV.'AUD BRAIS- L.IN. D. D.; tubjeet, "In Chrlrt." At I •ermon by Mr. V.TLLIAM D. CLOCQH; •uhject. ."Christian Bulldlcg." 33! METROPOLITAN TEMPI .E. I?* " Rar. ROBERT BAONELU D. D.. Pastor. 11 a. m. — "The Supreme Objert." 8 pk m.— "Is a Tender Con«clene« a Nulssnea?" Attractive Barrleei Kv»ry Nlßlit. All Peats Free. Saturday Te:ns Concert To-night. NEW TORK PREBBTTKRIAM CHURCH. li*:!: Cl and 7th ay» V. 3. M"MILLAX D. P.. Pastor. Babbath. 11 a. m., •p. m. OLD FIRST CHURCH. FIFTH AW. 11TH TO 12TH ST. Rev. Howard Duffield, D. D., Pastor. P«v. JAMES A. M-CACSVE. Afrlstant. .S«rvlc»n, It a. m.. 4 p. in . t p. m. PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. .th at.. AMatar tuna aye. — 11 a. m.. Rev. Dr. F. K. Hoaklnaj ft p. m., th« Pastor. R«v. Dr. ATTERI Professor Herbert L. Willett, Ph. D. Professor of Semitic Lar.BuaK'"»> and I.!t"ra':'es In the UNIVERRITT OF CHICAGO. The Moit Popular Bib.* Lecturer In the World, Will cl v * "i* lectures «n "The Beginnings of Christianity." .Tan. 29. M and Si, at % and * p. m , Hi the CHURCH OF DnCIPIJBS. W1 W. »fth St. A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL. RELIGIOUS 6OCIETI OF FRIENDS. PtaHgieuM meetings. 11 a. m., at Eaft 15th street and Ruth erf urd Plare. Manhattan. ar4 Scl ennerfcqrn »tre-t an.l lioerutn PUea. Brooklyn. Rutgers Presbyterian Church, Proa 4 Tin v "ar.l 78d at. Rev. ROBERT MACKENZIE. D. t>.. Minister. Rev. AI-i.t-"N W. M'CCRDV, Assistant Minister. Service* at 11; preaching »•*•■ Dr. MACKJSNSIIE. Servire of sons; ami pralaa at 8 o'clock by student* from Uamjton Institute. Virgiiila. GCOTCH PRB(»nVT r .iIIAV CHURCH. 90th at.. Cen tral Park West. Bay. DAVID O. WYUE. D. D., Pastor. • — Service* at 11 a. m, and >> p. m. SOUTH CHURCH, Madison a' « and Will ft. Rev THOMAS UFKI> URIDOIC9. D. D.. Minister. — C.ii!3ren'» eervic*. Dlvire "»ri|-«< 11 ■ f.u Aft»rnocn at 4. ".Savonarola," in series on "Haroa* and Martyrs of the Faith." «T. ANDREWS METHODIST EPIBCOPAb CHTTBCM. 7»lth ft., w««l of Cblumbua aye. REV. ANDREW GILLIES. 11 a, m.— "World! !ii*»s and Other Worldliness." 8 p. m. — ■■V.;'> Morning of Life." BT. BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH. Madison ay«., corner 44tn st. The Rev. LKIOHTOX PARKS, D. D.. Recto*. 8:30 and 11 a. m. <Pr<-achtr, the Itactor). 4 p. m. -E\'eolng Rorvtoa (Preacher. Rev. it. 8. W. Wood). Anthem*: "Cherubim Boag." Tschalkowskr. and Ciioru* a c'ai>ella, Jlorailo linker. 9TT. JAME? CHURCH. Malison »■»•.. 71»t St.— a. m.. Holy Communion; 11 a. m.. morning prayer, sermon by P.lshor. COL'KTNXV; 8 p. m., evening j,n.ver. sermon by Re' 1!. M. KIRKHV. ST MARK'S, -<J uve. & 19th ft. Rev. Dr. L. W. BAT TEN. Rector. Holy- Communion. 6a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11 a. m. Evaniag Service (all sea's free). H p. in St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, ■v\>ht Kmi avr. ami Mth at. V.t. OEORGE r BCKMA!(. :> D.. Paator. II A M "A FINE PROSPECT." P. M.- "Uni IMBUBANCK. ' TKMri^E FMANT' HI. MH aye. ard 4*l at. — Sunday, 11:13 a m.. Dr. JOSEPH SILVERMAN on Th» Emaßol patl'm of th» Jew* In I.use.a." THE MIDDLE COLLEGIATE CHURCn. Si aye. and 7tU st. Rev. JOHN •;. PAOG. I). D., Minister, will maartl. 11 a. in. und 8 p. ni. THE MARBLE COLLIiQIATK CTIURCH. st!i aye. and -'.*'U at. Rev. DAVID JAS. BITRRELL, D. D.. Minister. ■will preach at 11 a. ni. an 1 8 p. in. Morning: "An Affront and an Aroloiry." Branlns: "Ey«« Aloft." THE) COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS. Bth are. and 48th at. Rev DONALD FAOE MACK AY. D. D., Minister, will preach at 11 a. m. and 6 p. m. Morning: "The Something Extra Added to the. Ministry ° Swung: "The Som«th!r.»T Omitted In th« Ministry of Lorei." TIIK WEST END COLLEGIATE CHURCH. West End me. and 77th at. Rev. HENRY BVTER.TSO!* COBB. D. D.. Minlatar, Mill prrach at 11 a. m. V.tvt THOMAS M'l.lMl'K NICHOLS, at 8 p. in. At 6 P m— Otadlea for Men In the Teachings of Jeaua. conducted br Dr. Cobb. CNIVBRBITT placb presbtterian ciiurch. corner of 10th strait. Rer. GEORGE ALEXANDER. U D Pastor. Public Worship to-morrow at 11 a. m. and *'p"m At th« eervleea to-morrow the Pastor will T>r**eh. " WeflnesSay evening aenrica at 6 o'clock. On Fridar a%enlng of ne»t wr«k servlca preparatory to the Communion will ba h«ld In the church at 6 o'clock. , WE3TMINSTJ;!I rRK.BYTEU.IAN CHURCH 23d St.. raar™h »'♦ .- -Key. lIARI.AN O. MSNDENHAIJI* D. I>.. preaches at 11 •• ">• •"'* * V- •"- TV'E/it' I'nKSHYTCIUAN CHURCH. an «M at., between 6th and Cth ft*"**. "* Rev. ANTHONY H. KVANB. D. D.. P«»tur. prMchca at U a, m. ana 8 p. » NEW-YORK DAILY TRTBTTNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 26. 1907. Instruction. For Both Sexes City. DRAKES Bookkesping, English, Shorthand Courses. IC4, NA^^ATT (Trlbun* Bldg>. 10** INfIOOAU 01., N ear Brooklyn Bridge. DAY AM* NIGHT SESSIONS. Position* GCARANTEED from $SOO to $7«« FTRPT TEAR to graduates of our COMMERCIAL SHORT HAND course CALL. writk FOR CATALOGUE. XIX OTHER SCHOOLS— Jersey City. Bayonr.e. Plain fl«ia. Orange, PaasalC, Newark. TIIE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. Madison Square (1122 Broadway). HARLEM BRANCH Lenox aye.' cor. 12"th at. BROOKLYN BRANCH 73 Court St. NEWARK BRANCH Bchener Building Over 300 branches In leading cities. NEW TBRM9 BEGINXINO NOW. FREE FRENCH LECTURE, Waldorf 1 in. January 28th, 3 P. M. "Intp'llsjence et Romantlatna." Personal Tickets obtained at tlio School. wfeSCHOnL¥IRT WHIFFLE oUHUMLIJr fUII 900 SIXTH AYE. (COR. SIBT ST.). Best School for the Study of Illustration. Kvenlng Clauses. For Boys and Young Urn — Country. MAPLEWOOD. Concordvllle, De!. Co., Pa.. Box »B.— A successful school, near l'hila. One of the best to Infure with energy to wake up boy* to the duties of life. Prepares 40 boys for college or business. 4Mb year. Large new gymnasium U^pt. for little boys. No tobacco. J. BHORTLIDGE. A. M.. Vale. Prln. Miscellaneous. ■yOT'Na WOMAN. OOLUBOB ORAPTJATW. BXPHmi- X enced teacher, wishes io join with a woman of edu cßtlon and j:o.>.i social 1 mnecttona In KTiirtlnK a small ■>r carefully selected rirls in New York for the education ot gentlewomen alone lin»s of nvd<>rn educa tional practice. Is prrpared to supply her share of capi tal required. 1-x ■■• m ..ni as tn experi ence and ctandlur will be furni«h"«l nnd requlrod. Ad— flrtss O U C. Box 2J>. Tribun« C>in. c. ■\*"Ot.*N<l GERMAN wishes English conversation from i Anv-'rl"an lady. fJo-i^ens Hotel Bs'vedere, otty. Musical Instruction. MISS IDA MAY BUTLER VOCAL. TEACHER. EXPONENT OF RAFFAELLO DE LA MARCA'S ITALIAN SCHOOL, T4 WEST 81BT ST.. Third floor. Notice to Creditors. EDGAR, WILLIAM B. : TO THE CUEDITORS OF William B. Edgar, deceased: Take notice that I, the undersigned. Intend to apply to the Buirogate of Wsstchoster County for the Issuance of letters of ad ration, with th* Will annexed of the said Will iam B. Edgar, deceased, who resided In th* City of Tonkers and County of Westchester. and died in said City and County, and for an order fixing the amount of my bond -as administratrix, with the Will annexed, tinder the provisions of 12564 of the Cod* of Civil Pro cedurs, at double th* amount of the claims of the creditor* against th» estate of the Bali William B. Edgar, deceased, presented pursuant to this notice. All creditors of the laid estate are required to pro sent their claims to the Hon. Frank V. Ml Hard. Surro gate of Westche«t»r County, a said Surrujate's office. In the Phll!p«bursli Building, In the City of Yonkei *. Westchester County. New York, on or before the 13tn day of February. ISO 7. Dated January 10th. I"" 1 ? ACNES C. F.DOAR. Petitioner. KEEVS * BCRUGHAM. Attorneys for Petitioner. 14 Wsrburton Aye., Tonkers, K. Y. Tp'DOAR. MARY I? : TO THE CREDITORS OF J J Mary B. Ertpar. .ier»;m.-.'. : Take notice that I. th* undersigned. Intend to . pplj to th* Surrogate, of Wea: che»ter County for th» ls<uanc* of Utters sf adminis tration of th" Oooda, Chattels find Credits which were of Marr P Edgar, (Weaned, who reslrted in tfc<» City of Yonkers. County of Weri<-he*ter, ard iV.ed In 'aid City and County, aril for an rder fixing th» amount of my bord a* administratrix, under the provisions of J.--4 of the Coda of Civil Procedure, »t j'i« th* amount of the claims of the creditors against th* stats of the said Mary P. Edfjar, presented pursuant to this notice. All creditors r-t s«M estate are r»<^u'.rt-d to present their claims to the Hon. Frank V Mlllard. Surrogate of Westchester County, at said Surrogate's office, In th* Phlltpsburgn Building, in th* City of Yonkers. West che«fT County. Kaw Tork, on or before the ISth day cr February. lt«7. Datvd January 10th. 19<>7. AOSES C. EDOAR. Petitioner. REE'. A SCRCOHAiI Attorneys for Petitioner. 81 WarVurt^n Aye.. Tonlt'ri, N. T. Citations. a THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OK NEW YOIUC. HV X th* gram of God frcn and indeiendent. to l.'.rzle P £p»ars, Joa<-i't.lr.e *1c P.'«l<»t, Natt.allo L. Root, Lucy s. Dillon. Augustus C. irning, Alys M. Downing Helen H. Dcwnlr.g. \>ra Ar H Downing, EMse E Downing. Chauncoy B. ?i ears. Eth»l .-i.ear.x Usuries Relset Lillian Re'tet, Ml- Har.is Dillon. Dorothy iv-«i;ir.g DX.on Heien A. DeWltt. William P. DeWltt, general cuarrlUn of He. A. I>witt. an Infant. ar.<l to all reruns lnt*r«-tte-l in>the estate cf a igui tua c. Downing, .-.:« of the County of New York, deceased, as credit pest of kin or other wise, per.'! grewUng: fou anl <-.i<-h of you are hereby .'-'i and required personally to \,n nnl a^jenr before our Bur r k i*« of the County of Now York, at th* Burr>>sate's C'eurt. if sal : County, held at tho County Court Hnua*, In the Courty of New V(.rk. on the IL'th d»y of March. Ifri7. at h»if-ra»t ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day. then and thrre to attend the Judicial settlement of the account of sedlngl of Joseph W, Ilow» !":srk!ln W. O'lley, and Augustus C. Downing. Jr., aa Truftces U!id»r th* l*»t Will and Tcntnment ol fail Angtutfus C Downing <*.* c<?aee-l, and iii'h cf you as are hereby cited, as urn under th* age ot twi-nty-oim yesurs, are rrr-iulrtd to appear by your guaj lan If you have one, or If you have none, to appear and apply for one to ba appointed or In the event of your neglect r>r tailor*, to da m ■ guard an will i>i ap potnted by the Bun gats t') represent and act for you In th* proceeding In test tin my whsro I, »•» hay* caused the Seal of the Burrogat( Court cf the said County of New York to be, hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon Frnnk T. Flti* rerald. a Surrogate, of said County, at th* (Bsal 1 County of New York, the 22n<\ d.iv of January, '■■■■-. of our Lord on« thousand nine hun dred an', seven. DANIEL J. POWDNEY. Clerk of Surrcirate's ''V'jrt. OERRIT BMITH, Attorney for Trustees, f.3 Broadway. New York Clty^ THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. X by the grace of God fr*« and lnd«pf>nd*nt. to Joseph T. Tomklnn. Amelia Bishop Tomklna, Anna Sterling Odell. Walter Toinkliis. Esther Tuers Tom kins Frank Ho»m, Jr. OlrarU 1. McAUiatar, I.oul<« McAllister Jonger, Calvin TotnUlnn Hill (also known es Calvin Hill Tomktns). Walter T. Boarlng, Horatio Wood and Waiter Tomklns. executors of th* estate of Laura TomUlns Wood. Soooassd; th* American DIM* Poelsty, th* Children's AM Roc let jt, the American Board of Home MlHilon^. th* Board of Horn* Missions of the Presbyterian Church In the Dnlted States of America, tha American Hoard of Foreign Missions, th* Hoard of Foreign Missions of the I'reshyterlan Church In tho United states of America, the American noaid of ComnilhFion'rn for Foreign Missions, th* United Ktntea Kldrllty and Guaranty Company, and to all per sons Interested In th* *Rtat<s of Jans X Lincoln, late of the County of New York, dncased. as creditor*, next of kin or othorwlse, send greeting' You and aach nf you are hereby rim 1 and required personally to te and appear b< fore our Barrogata of thn County of New York, at the Surrogate* Court of said County, held at the Hall of Records, In th* County of New York, on th« 26th <l«y of February. 1907, at half-past ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there to attend a judicial Battlement of the account of pro ceeding* of Calvin T'iniktns as Administrator, with th* Will annexed, of 'he OoodJ, Chattels and Credits of aald deceased; and auch of you as are hereby cited as are undrr the age of twenty-one years nr* required to appear by your guardian. If you have one, or If you have non*. to appear and apply for one to be ap pointed, or In the event of your neglect or failure to do so. a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for you In the proceeding. In testimony wberoof »c have caused the Seal of the Surrogates' Court of the saM County of New York to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. [L. E.I Aimer C. Thomas, a Surrogate of our said County, at the County of New York, th* list day of December. In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six. Daniel j. r>OWT>N!".T. Clerk of the Surrogates' Court Surrogate's Notices. DUA.NE, JOHN.— PUIUiUAMCC OK AN OKDKR OF Hon. An." C Thomas, a t>uriu«kte of in« County oi New York, notice Is hereby giveu to all persons hav ing claims agalnat John Duane, lats of tba county of Maw York. dcc*»*d, to present Xhu same, with voucneis thereof, to the sabacribor, at its plac* of transacting business, at the ciii-e of Wlruhrup oi hiinison, , Nu. jjj LlLeny Street. ill th* liorough of Mam.auuu, City of New York, on or beiure the l<*.th day ol May. IbOT. Dated New York, the --1 day of Novainber. IDot). iIOK'IXJN TUUb'i' CUMfANT WINTHROP Ac BTIM.SON. Kx*outor. Atiorni- s tor KjlcCUtor, 32 Liberty bti«*t. Uorou^u uf Manhattan. City of Now ■ Ork. IN PURSUANCE OF AN OHI.UR OF HON. AH.NKit C. Tlinssai. a tiurrogatc u( la* County uf New York, notice if cei«t>y given to all prrsona having claims aK«lii3l EQwln 1.. Hu.dcn. late of the County of .New Voik, u» cvasetl, to hj»oju ins same with vguchera thereof to the subscriber at her ulac* of transacting business. th« ortlee of Udell & OJell. No. «o Wall Btrost, In the city of Now Vcik, •" or betore ton sixth day of February next. Dated New York, the M day of Augunt. luotj. ALJCU C. HoliiEN, Executrix. ODELL & ODEUi. Attorneys for Executrix, t!0 Wall i Street, New "Itoik City. _ IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FRANK T. lit '.«era<d. a surrogate of ha County of New York, ; uotice la hereby given to ail peraons having c.aiiu* agalaot Frank C. Bailey, late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the »n..e. with loucners theieor, to lbs subscribe*, at hi» place of transacting business.' at No 155 West litlth Street. In the City of New York, on or before the 27th day of February next. I Dated. Sew York Iho 23d (ay of August. 1&08. CORNELIA H. BAILEY. Administratrix. D. O. ATKINS. Attorney for Administratrix. 43 John St. Kingston. N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS for Th* XO. Tribune received at their Uptown Office. No. 1164 Broadway, between 36th and S7th sis., until 9 o'clock p. m. Advertisements received at the following branch , offlcea at regular office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. vis I I&4 Sth aye. m. c. cor. 23d at.: lo 1 ? Cth aye, cor. 12th ofilces at regular office rates until S o'clock p. m.. vlx.t 224 tth aye.. m. c. cor. r:d at.: 153 6th aye.. cor. l.'rh St.: 95 Eaat 14th St.: }57 V.>«t «::a at., between 7th and nth avea. ; J«J West 11.".th at.: 1338 3d aye.. between - Tttb and 7Tth its.: 102? 3d uve,. near (Ist at.; ITAB let a*»., near S9th at.: 187 East USth •! ; 758 Tremont are: <50 Sd are., near (Ist «t: ||4 Sd-av*.: lit Bl»eCij*r it ' ■■ I BOARD AMI UOOU9. Single insertions 6 cents par tine. Six teen words, seven times consecutively $1. which eni!ti"» advertiser to have rooms entered for a period 'if fourteen days In The Tribune's Directory of Deslrabls Rooms. Writs lcr circular. Full lnforn;atlon «oncerntns thosa rooms may be had. fre; of charge, at the Uptown Offlco of Tne New-York Tribune. 1364 Broadway. betws»:i SBth and 87th sts. r.TH AYE.. IS (near 10th st.». — ReflneJ sur roundings: L«autl£ul. laxge eunny room; running water, bath; board. 22D ST.. 16 EAST (n*ar Broadway).— Select bouse; rooms; superior tabl* board (op tional). S. r ' weekly; satlafaction cuarant*ed; te>r>h--re- tw»*ntv years h-re. ahe.dun. FIKMSHEI) BUO.US TO LET. Single Insertions B cents per line. Six teen words, sever, times consecutively $1. which entitle* advertiser to have rooms entered to- a period "t fourteen days m Tbe Trlbjn*'» Directory of Deairabl* Rooms Writ- for circular. Full Information concerning those rooms may be ha' , free of charge, at the Uptown Office of The New-York Tribune, 1364 Broadway, beta 36th an j 87th sts. A.— ELEGANTLY furnished apartment; private bath; 91.50 daily; Including meals, two. $^f. weekly: one. (13. Tilt; ALA BAMA. 15 Uast 11th at. HBTH. 860 WEST.— Large front room; wen heated, neatly furnUlied; suitable two mti; a. 1 eoavanteMcea; yrivaie re«l ence; near Mornlngsld* Park. 188 TH ST.. «lft WEST— NirelT furnished: uee of bath; private house; block subway; near Broadway; terms reasonable. 46TH ST.. 18 WEST.— Comfortable rooms: meaN In rooms If desired; tolephon*. 23D RT.. 3.'>7 WEST. — Large front room. southern exposure; al) conveniences. THIS OORNERS. Yonkere. 4*4 Warburton aye. — All year house, sunny rooms; full view or Hudson. I'altssdss. *2I) ST . 174 WEST.— Beautiful rooms, sso or.d floor; hot snd cold water; $10 and $12 references, telephone. 90TH ST.. IS! WE-ST.— Sunny parlor suits; steam, bath; piano, with player; large ha.l room: moderate. Spencer. ADVERTISEMENTS ana subecnvUona fot Ths Tribune received st 'heir Uptowa Office. No. 13"4 Pr<->adway. between 3ftth and 37th s's . until 0 o'clock p m. Advsr tl*ements received at the following branch offices at rer lla r ofti-e rates until B o'ckMS ri m.. viz. : 264 Bth aye.. s. c. cor. 23d st.| S3 6th aye.. rnr 12th st : B2 r»w 14th »t. FOR SAUL OLI> DTJTCH BIBLE with htstorfcal pictures; printed in lfl«2 Inquire IWT^i New V >rk *\e lersey rity HelgMs I)i:sK.;. roiltops: partitions railings, tables, safes, letter presses, counter*, »h»l\inss. elot'ilrjj store Hxturea: »tores. offices fitted. Finn Bros . 1 > (2 Centre st «^ — —^^^m PMIWs. bHltxiß WORK re»oiutionl*e<i by Dr i. lunar, • late*> invention, teeth with out piatvs. tpeoiailst In porcelain crowns and inlays; inexpensive. Dr. Bu->»*nan. 6e»» Madison aye.. miner tstth st. DESKS AXO qrrirg FTTItXTTCnB. ROLL TO •• (JDESIKS Oft iCH FITR.NITURE In great variety of style and price T. O. (EI.LBW. 11l Fulton St. ADVERTTSrMENTS and subscriptions for The Trlbun* received at their Uptown Office. No. 120 1 Broadway, between S6th and STth st*.. until 0 o'clock n m. Adver ttaemants received at the following branch offl?ea at regular 1 ff.ee rate* until 8 o'clock t> m.. viz.; 2.'« ttn aye. s. • cor. 23d St.; 183 Bth svo.. cor. 12th St.; 02 F:i»t Uth St.; £57 B>it VIA at . between 7th and Sth ayes.; 1" 1 W*st 12.1 th »t.; I?2S 3.1 ays.. between ?•»>■ nr.l TTth sts.: 1"C« 3d aye.. near »'l*t at.; ITOfl I»t aye. rrar SOth si ; 157 Esst tirth »t • 7M Trem-pr «>« : «"O fid »ye UirLOVMEM AUEMCIES. Winthrop Employment Bureau. 63 WEST 3STH STREET. Bet. 6Hh and ' th Avenue*. New Tors. 'Phone 1002— »^th. QOVERNESSKS. NURSES, DIES' MAIDS ALWAYS ON HAND. SITUATIONS WANTED. WArrRE3SF4. can tAke tatlsr*s places: 129 to $50. PARLORUAIPS. IdJ. GERMAN BfJTUCH, ffrst class: Philadel phia references. $*) SWEDISH COOKS, first class; can tako eh*!'s placo; 140 to ft». FRENCH CUEF. firit class. MANAOINQ HOUSEKEEPERS. $40 to $78. MRS. L. SEELY Employment Bureau. 23 West 39th St. 'Phones 2434. 24»— Bryant. BROOKLYN OFFICE 14 NKVIVS ST ;.BT^B^RTHOIOMEV!B^; .BT^B^RTHOIOMEV!B^ EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 211 Enst I2d st. — First class domestics are supplied; also managing houseksop frs. mstr-.re govornsascs tutors etc ilAl UI.NEUV. AT KKIJirKU PUICKB. -SUU k»d4 band «ood anil liuo worKlog meohlnes. tully CuarantMil; machinery bcugbt and e» chai.c*d. OB) U. RUDY. SSS MadMan sl AI>VERTI9J=:MENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune reoelveri at their Uptown Office So I3M Broadway, between :wth Hri.l 3Tth sts.. until It o'clock p. m. Adver ttsem«nta ratarrog at the following branch .-,!:. -» tit regi.lar 1 nice rates until h o'clock p. m.. rim. : 234 Bth aye.. ■ *. cor. "3d St.; 1.'3 Bth ay* , cor. 12th *t.j 02 East 14th -•.; 257 Weft 424 St., between 7th and «th avea.; t6M Weft. rjfth St.; n.?«t 84 aye.. between 70th and 77th rts. ; 102>l S<l aye.. near 61st St.; ITh.h Ist aye. near With >t.: IR7 East V.'Pth ft . : 7B« Tr»'mr,»t »v- : rr.ll 33 nve. OI.P CPU) AXD la^-llt. OLD QOLD. silver and precious stones bought at highest market value; mad* Into in-* artlct«a or exchange for new Jew~ • iry or Japanese coeds at M. F. Tapper's factory. 19 West 81st at., basement. itr.i.r vv.iMTj). Mala. ANT INTELLIOEM person may earn »78 to $luo monthly corresponding for news paper*: sure, steady work, no canvass. experience unnecessary: send far particu lars Presa Syndicate. Lockport. N. Y. MEN, light work and little money lakes you to Europe on fast steamer, return transportation. Boston Shipping Co., IS Norfolk si. WANTED. — For devlopmont work In West and Ctntral Africa, young men. between S3 and SO year* old. physically sound; me chanics, clerks, physicians, prospector*. ' botanists, s*ologlsit, chamists. storekeep ers, traders, marine and stationary en gineers, draughtsmen, photographers, sur veyors, stenographers, laborers ; travelling txponots and outfit furnished; name salary expected, which must be reasonable; splen did chanc* fur promotion; state aica. physi cal typo, all qualifications, references and history. A. M. 7... Tribune Otlica. HELP WANTED. Frmat*. ANY INTELLIC, ENT I*" 0 " may earn $75 to $100 monthl> correanondlng for news papers; sure, steady work; no canvassing e»p«T!*nre unnecessary . send for partlcu la'» Preps Syndicate. l/wknort. N. T. Are You | i > Looking for Board or Rcorns ? The New- York Tritmne't • Information Bureau, at its Uptown Office, 1.^64 Broadway, has on file all the better class Board. ing Houses and Room Houses. FREE mforma. (Houses. FREE informa tion as 10 prices and lo calities. PROF. SITUATION* HA-Mi-x' Innate. NURSE, scientific treatment rheumatism. nervousness, desires patrons; ladies' ttr> dem.es. Address Jul«» v\li:ard. l£»o L«i :netcn a»e. KUKa WAVIEB. Mai*. AUTOMOBILE MACHINIST. —Repairing: garage or private; years' experience for eign and American factories; roughly experienced on motor*. A. Novak. 1363 la', arc ACCOUNTANT seeks engagements; spans, closes, adjusts, audits looks, systems In stalled: terms reasonable; special rates to firms not requiring bookkeeper permanently. Koom 3Jl>. la Wll.laun St. Afc'^is TANT PRESSMAN (Universal) wants steady place; ?13; color, haiftono. W. Wrlgl.t. Utl Ains.le St. Brooklyn. ACCOUNTANT would like position with large concern as auditor or head book keeper; certified public accountant, with lone experience as office and factory man ager. C P. A., care H. A, Wilson. 200 Green* St. BOOKKEEPER or assistant; young man. SB, married; stmtier or any othof clerical wor:t with r<-ilat>:e house; references. Ad- Jr.su Charles bcnweltzar. 130 East 104 th st. BI'.A.SS nUKFER.— By married man; ex perienced, steady, sober, worked tn last place for ten years. Store, 287 Van Brunt st Broik'yn. BLACKSMITH and TOOLMAKXR wishes steady place; sober, industrious married man. Address W6 B!seoksr at.. Brooklyn, care of Mrs. M. Locke. BAKER —28. married; 8 years' exp«r!snco; in factory or any po*ltt m n baker's Uno. Hansen. 3tiO Baltic St.. Brooklyn. BARTENDER — Gorman. to work with boss, write or call, John Konrad, No. 2447 Bth aveuuo. care of Ph. Muiler. BOT— 14; itoady position, whsro oaa loart trade; or offlca boy. Vcgol, 87* Wyths aye. Brooklyn. BOY. — 17; good penman; ta office, with chance for advancement; two years' ex perience; references. S. Rosenmuff. 136 Suffolk at. BOY, 16, tn office : |6; reference. E. say frlsd. 187 Mth St.. Brooklyn. CABHIEK.— Agert 'M, in Harlem; BVfc Foare' expert, nee. 25&4 Ist aye.. storo. COLLECTOK-— Years' experience; best of references; furnish bonus. Schumann, 1 West 117 th st. CONTKACTOr.S.— AII around man. excava tion, carpentering. tin rets. etc. drst'ea roKltlon as auperlntendant or foreman. Talem. 2<>s East S3d St. COLLECTOR —Married. 35. ext-erter.ced. steady; wlillr.g to work; wishes steady place; can furnish security. O. bender. 41SS East 10th st. CABINETMAKER wants work. Address 6'hlossor. 24 Broad at.. Sta?letoa. Statsn Island. CARPENTEM and CABINETMAKER.— Urst ciass. Louts N'ordle. 312 Olnton at.. Ho»x,ken, N. J. CARPETfTBR.— experience. Arthur Ellison, care Mrs. Chrtstensen, 800 West 134 th St. CTlitl I > ' L II — Fom yearV shop and road experience; reliable driver; good me chanic; sober and reliable. O. W. Hudson. 127 Jan« st , Long Island City. CHAUFFEUR. — Thoroughly understand* operating and repairing all kinds of cars; highly re<:omm«nde<l by la>t city employer. Carlson, 129 F.ast P..th st. CnAtTTTTtm. — Mechanic; German: six years' experience: can operate, and keep in repair any make car. first class references. William Lei.-.leek. Baits *. eO3 Lexington ays. CIIAI'FFIX'R — Tnung mm. IS: Chrhrtlan; can io ail repairs, best raf -rentes from last p .*.-«. C. X REID. 230 C'lermont avo.. Urcoiclyn. CHAVKTF-T"R— To-.int; man, 24; can opeP a'.» cr repair gasolene engines; small sal ary George Boyd. 110 'U'lnvah ava.. New Itochella. CITAUFFEVR. — Honest, temperate, expo r!»ncetl and care^il driver: on gasolene car: own repairing; references. A«llrti» H. Bull. 12T West l?th st. ("HaL'KFEI'P.. — Wy yourg nan. 81: eon •rrwa ar.v «as .lere rar: sober, honest and rollafa c, gr) anywrere. tern.s moderate. AJdiess Ch. O. U. «CM Eaat ?«th at.. room 2S. CLARINET PLATER. — For danetng or con cart. M.ler. 404 East e4th st DRAFTSMAN. — T^rae years' experience; in arcbltocfa office: grnerat drafting; good rafersneos Address w. Ham Mayer. West Now fort, N J DIAMOND (TTTIR. from Vienna: very . ' lafSlswf gtTen. Max Diamond. IM 2*ih st DESIGNER on e'eaks and suits wants posi tion tn small boesM as starter or as a* sistant for, medium salary. Address B. ZaVnuky. 326 East t«th st. DRIVFR or handy iitnund stable* young colcred man; write or '■*!!. Witltam Flr.ney. tZS West !'«th street. Apply at onre. DRIVER or STABLEMAN.— By youna; man: Oerman ca\-alr>Tr«.n; a carafe horai-man; two years in country. M. St'idz. 804 12th St.. Trooklyn. DRIVER (24) wishes ponttlon to drlrs. sin- I > cr ■! iblo; seven years' reference. plaitner. 1&5 Emit "th st. DRIVHR. — By ycirg man: outside work or as dtlver. L. Oresstran 442 West Wt* st. ELEVATOR RUNNER.— AgM 20: experi enced; handy man. oinca building or apart ment house: reference*. Address Nicholas. 2.V) West U'th St. ENGINEER-^Ltcanaod; first class: ref«T^ «nee; Jay or nlrht. BOto West 41st SL ENOINTSER or ASSISTANT.— Na lt««ns»: nan run all kinds of engines. dynamo*, pump*, ate.! and do all repairs; trlclan, ma-hinUt. P. Martin. 109 Cherry st. ENOINEER. ago 33; sxportencod with all mnk*4 of eng'nes dynamo* and pumps: sober, steady and good references. Address L. 0.. Pox IS, Tribune Ofnc*. ENTRY CLERK. — By young man. ID. as entry clerk: can assist In bookk*«plng. Sam Maltz. 6 Willett St. EDUCATED young man: speaks English. Fr»iH-h. Italian; as general clerk; In terrroter. or trust r~»'t!on: furnish" bond. Durant. If* West .«r.th street. FOREMAN.— Examiner tailor on cloaks and suits; also exyvrienced on st!k rubber seats; first class referent**: iroderate sal an*: city or country. Katspian, cars B. Gam". 346 East loth. FIREMAN. — Oood r*fer*nc*a; no llcens*. Ugo Cbrbell. 147 Co never st., Brooklyn. Telephone 423 L- Hamilton. FIREMAN.— Py Swede; no license; good exrerteooe: place on ferryboat preferred; married; sober. 711 Backett at, first floor, back. OARAOB. — Yourg man. Just fri->m auto sehoot Howard Campbell, cars of Kntftit. 837 TYest 89th atret. OENTI.FMAN. 97. well educated, seeks employrt-.ent during evenings in socro tarlal or .-!erloa! work for lady or gentle man. J. M.. Box 10. Tribune OftVa. JAPANKSK STT'DHNT. near completion for doctor ot philosophy (law student), ap plies to good American for wrrk. from 3 to 9 p. m.. for board and room, or would par him I- 3> for one year: letters only an swered. Address TasMma, Tribune Office. MACHINISTS ASSISTANT. 1» ; around iiewlna; machines; experienced; best of references. Call cr write, Mooer. 212 Wast lTth st. MKTAL (tin and »heot>. ftrst c'a's. wishes steady race and good pay. C. Wetterho!m. 4711 Sd aye , Brooklyn. MIL! VlßirjUT gas and steam fitter, by young man. 2!*. In factory; six years* mx pe-lemo J. I.oeoe'l. 94 Avenue A. MF^fFVOKR or port»r: by colored man; will give security: flrs years* roforence fr>im last plscs. MAN. 29: speaks English German. Italian, Span'eh. Portuguese ana Hun«arlsn; with lane* ''orpor»t!on or firm: no obtectinn* to travelllntr. C. J. 0.. P. O. Box 438. Tucka hoe, N. Y. MrsitlAV— By young man. to p:av «hr tonut. saxophuno. tenor and bass larion-t; mb. any place. Address Bon facia. 14-10 Cherry st. PIAVO PUATER. with <lramatl« company, leading part: can rlay vfnltn or piano: •xperience and r»fer»nces If desired. E. Wesley, Gen. DeMvery, Bridgeport. Ctonn. PRIVATE SECRETARY or estate nan agement, by experienced, responsible man: bast references and security: stenographer and typewriter. Alert. 49 Columbus are. PARQUET and hardwood "©or aoraclng. cleaning, waxier, reflnlahlng: old noora properly reflnlshrd by day or contract. L. Hll<<ebrand. l^tj Lincoln ava.. Th« Bronx. ADVERTISEMENTS and aubacrtptlnaa far Tha Tribune received at their Uptown entce. No. ISB4 Broadway, between Mill and >7th eta . until I) o'clock p. m. Adver tisements received at tha following branch offices at regular office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. via. : 294 Sthave.. a. a. cor. 23d at.; IBS Cth ay*.. cor. 12th St.; 99 East lulu:.: ZK Wast 43d it., between Tth an* Ml avea.; ■>^3 Weit 113 th *t.; 183* 3d «vo. between I6tb snd ' "•- '•' • :■: 3J aye.. near ••: .: •t . 1708 l»t aye.. r.ea.- SOth st .■ 137. East U3Ut at.i iSa Ti-uaeat §»., CM M a.% WutiW \>A>i*-U. Kate RTDEH and HORSE TIUCNEIt.— By Cer ii,an who can train wittiest horsss; baa gvou references; Mum iwmm*. box aw* i-»uti &1 ay*. bTt.MAiK.VPHEH (Spanish. Fr*scit and EnsiU.'O.— Hard woikUg and capaolo youns man desires piac* aa oorsaoponi-eni or ;.rivat» e*cretary. i- arante.d. 8-k W«i 14th st. > POSITION OF TBCST.-jßy ■»»«•* man. S8: Al references And bond. \v. U.. B«x 13. Trloune Qgic*. fAINXaat. — Uou**; 0r»» cia*». WIUUm I'umuui.. S4t> West Uiinst- SWABLE FOREMAN.— By man capable of taking charge ot i*rgo t «tabl*; twenty years' as*sr»s*ca; w»li vsraskl in vaioi-iu«r- Un iJeas. Al rafeianca. August Ulrica. 6w> Cast 14tn st. SINULii, temjerate man, 3». fajnUlar boil ers, slsvators, tepalrs. ate. Nalldingcr. 341 Weal Cttn si. STOCK CLiERX. — 22; 5 jfe*""*' *xp«rt«nc*. wboteaiil* huusos. exect&ive tU.ity ana ambitious; salary «13> U- U.. East 170 th st. and Lon:L*Uow ay*., Bronx. TEACHER— By Japanese, situation as prt vat* teacher Japan*** or )'hineao .an guaga. Address Kamlda, Ist* Wttat lmHh st. . letter <,» > CPHOLSTERAR wishas to w«ra out an furni.ur-, n;ut:enaea, curtains. Karl F. Wolf. 81 9 «th ava. UPiIOi^STEREn.— At residence: parlor tilts. couci:«a; carpets laid; mattresses mad* ever; first class work; city or coun try; reasonable; scad postal. Rubinstein. 74 East 'Jlr.h st. LPHOL^TKlUill.— Gorman: first class, ali rotnd man. Uoaksr. 244 Dean St.. Brook lyn. WATCHMAN.— By middle aged Gorman. reliub.e. A. i uchs. 132 Frackl.n St., Union Hill. N. J. WATCHMAN.— By middle ag*d German reliable. A. Fucha. U2 Fraaklta at., Union mil. N. J. w.n 1 iKß.— Steady position la rsstaurant; wtll call. John Kuaek. 17 Bast nth st. TALE URADL'AIB wUI tutor mornings, six years public school work; also vocal teaching. Instructor, 624 High at.. New ark. N. J. YOUNO ' Oormsn ; thoroughly acquainted with all office and sto^k work; good pen m&u; willing and reliable; beat rater snosa L R., Bom l». Tribune Ofßco. TOUNG HAN.— IS years; at anything;; last BOsIHbsI was pluniusr's helper. lieorgc Mlrsoerger. 1710 Ist avo. IOUNC MAN— IB; with roal estate builder. Frank Murphy. tM Oraham aye. . tsruoklyn. YOUNO MAN IS. tn offle*. or at anything with chance for advan.-emont, can onor ats swltohboard; rsfsrsneea. V. U«t, i~!M Ist ays. YOITNO SlAN.— Handy with tools, loek enrthing. h«llransiri* «n<l general me chanical repairing I. M. 46 Delancey at. YOUNG MAN. — 1"; with wholesale house, with change for r.dvsncement; best ot refermce. Address Harry Weiss, til Cast SU st. TOUNO MAN— electrician* helper; ha* somo expenenoo. 'Joseph Frank. But Bast ";ta st. TOtTNO MAN. 22: petition with chane* for -<,,, .-• no r.NJe'-tlnn to hard work: 0l»0 l » years with manufacturer. rrelmuta, -iv t,ts: 3d at YOUXO MAN— I 3; offlc* position: 19 months In broker's 'ffl"*. A. Shanklla. HA Schasfter St.. Brooklyn. TOUNO MAN— 2O; Commercial Hls;h School sTsdu«te: two years" business ex perience; can furnish Al references, posi tion as elark. "f^'e er bookkeeper's assist ant; salary moderate. H. B. Twalts, 41 Oxford ay*.. Jersey City. TOl'Na MAN.— Married; steady position at anything. Charles Waisch, 419 East Mts st. TOUKQ MAN. tfl; eaperlenced solderor on gas fixtures, dcm** and shade*, copr«r (oil ani mosaic work Ot*.> Fetorspn. 11 "* Tmutrmn st.. Brooklyn. TOUNO M\N, briajht. M, desires position as t'^nekseper. cost clerk or stock keeper In ma;Mn* shop, factory, with railroad or contractor: exte-ienco. references. H. W. Moors. B V. Produce) Exchange. TOfNO MAN.— Engineer's helper: speaks Gng.lsh and Gernr.an. Joha 3trassnsr. 953 East 13th st. TOVXQ MAN— 22 yosrs; at anything: rsf trence. Jamss Buff. 4 Blosekor St. YO'*>G MAN— Colored: messenger or por ter; referonco. Spottswood. 834 wast mtt •• Torvd MAN. — At anything, tnsuranos aiafsjiiaq Alex Bloom. 40S lat st.. H> TOUNO MAN.— filngl*: city or country; un d*r«'*n.!9 h^ni-s; good recommendation. J. Morarty. 2<) N. Oxford St.. Prtokiyn. tat -no MAN*. 18^ wishes to learn trad*. Arrnato, IS9 Ten Eyek at., Brooklyn. TOt'NO MAN". 1?. graduate, as assistant In office; lawyer's, broker's or architect's preferred: g 0,1 penman; advancereent. O. Tor 'an 573 East 14»th St. YOUNG MAN, S3. tmMttwi. aaportoncod In the freight transp-irtstlon business, would llk» to connect himself with a con cern that offer* an e*ce'lent opportunity for advancement: Is at present employed In th* sPVa nt a *r*amshlp company. W. O. X.. I'-v-i lit ay». WDH WASTED. Ivjgagsf GO^*ERNE«9.— By North Oerman; tsaches her pupils ilerr-.nn or French cnversa tlnei during afternoon walks; Mg^siit city, school an i family references. German Gov erness, .■•:: West Sid at, INTERPRETER, by young lady. 23; apeak* English. French. Oerraan, •can- Ish. Italian. Greek, Turkish. Arabia. Ar menian. Persian and Malt*** languaios: best r*f*rtnc*s. M. Jackson. 133 Fast 31st street. MASSEUSE.— Swedish womani graduate: with elderly or Invalid woman: no objeo tlon to travelling; highest references. L. N. l£i> Langly Road. N*wton Cantro. Mass. RENAISSANCE work mad* to order; mending don*. A. Battenb«ra;. 848 East ISth st STENOGRAPHER and TTPEWRITBR.— Two years' sxperlenco: qul-Ii and aciru rat%. V.ips Rs!aU:s. 604 Ilth St.. Brooklyn. STFNCHJRAPHKW-— By bright young lady; will take beginner's place, with ehanco for advaocsmaat. Mln tun. 781 Amsterdam a vs. STENOORAPHPR. o«nc« aaslstsnt; >sgla n«r; shorthand, bookkeeping, dcabto and single entry, typewriter; would ltlco a cfrnncs in rellao'a house; net afraid Of work. Monroe. 804 a 121 st street. STFXOC.r.APHEn ac.l TTPsTWRITIR.— Five years' sxrorienco; wall educated, ro fined accurate anil noat; highest rsferenoso. D P . 11 Cast 10« th st. 9TKNf»i".RAPH -Two years* experience; Amerlcnn: refined; competent; reoom mendtHl from last position; $10. Mlao M. M 7" Perry St. DOMKsVnC HTVATHUW WAWTBIX Utlk BUTLER.— VaIet, attendant to an Invalid: Japanese, thoroughly axptrtenc*d; strictly sober; honest, obliging; references. V. T.. 131 East 27U» St. ATTENDANT. COMPANION to invalid! experienced, educated, gentlemanly; ao customud to travel: New York r a feraneea. Graham, 60 Lexington aye. CHEF.— First class ITaaco-Amorloan: light colored: best references, establishment or rood private family. Address Ceper. l'.'J 4th aye. COOK— AII around: dinner; strictly sober; ' restaurant or lunchroom. Bower, TO Ea gle St.. Brooklyn. COACHIf AM. — brperienood: willing and obliging: In private family; city or coun try; best reference*. Coachman, II East iu»th at. COACHMAN.— Private; young man; handy at ail repairing In piumb:ng fixtures; city or country; prtvata family prafarred. Henry Buggtta. Oul East C3ih at. FARMER — Hungarian, col. ego graduate, experienced in all branches of farming, small farm to manage. Alex Call, 014 Lenox avenue. —^^^-^—^— —^ -^ .— __ „_^ i GARDENER— COOK.— By man and wlfsi man experienced gardener, all branches: wife first cSaas cook; references. John Mater. Oliver's Mills. Perm. OARDEMBR— COOK —Man and wife; man experienced gardener, all branches; wtfa f.r»t class cook; references Address John Maler. Oliver* Mills. Pa. ' GARDEN BR.— By Oormaa. in private fam ily: understands horses, cows, poultry; we!) recommended; married, one child. Ja. Yon Etena, P. O. Boa US. CodariMual, Long Is and. GARDENER. — French, married; en getitle nian'a private place In tha country: spe cialty la landscape gardening and artistic matte work: understands car* of hone*: best raf trance*. 'AeWraaa Lou!« Pag*. 1112 H street. Washington. HOUSEWORK t la geatletnaasa aa—nasnt or small rirr.lly, by J'rir.e»i: hit avjadv reference. Kaaahira. 4t East 13Ci atr^^U Lseworki ■ ■' • -» ujce r«commenJa»- 13 _. no.uu»Tic s:ttmtjq> i WASTicD. ; JANITOR.— By yt»ing *=•-« I— nil 1 a* Idren: In elevator apartment- sober «n4 rS as. ■srv.tfS mmmm iHf^^^V^r^S mmtw^^ H^^i^is wmmig 2HH— "s'ra^jß zmm^m^ B» Lexington Zr*^ »*•«««••. Uraham, gSgeSSgSa * TTP'Shu n MEN * TS . "« «bwrtpt*w, t» wmmm Femala. companion or HOrSEKEE?£3i.-.Br r*. nnsd woman, abovs or similar ssas n wia woman; highest referencs* from tamN. 88. Weatbury auuon. Island BellT hi* COO K. — S ae^i^.- »— . -.- f _. -,-f, *d ay*? in privata family. «•»«*». «» COOKS, 131 3 : T good rofsroßosm Swells Bureau. T4T Lexington avs.7asax e9ta OOOK.— By North German woman- Orafe JL. ltch<n: »»o years Brat clasa cltr r«l_ e rsr% w^'^aM 50 ug - wmthrop Ba - CH.ViIBERiIAID. — Would da s>sb>m3 city sr country; Swedish; wags* $& ,li CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.— X* » young Bwßolsh girl. la aa American tsWJ !!y. Brooklyn preferred. Call 24S *.:- »L. Brooklyn, top floor. N» ear<!<*. CHAMBERMAID^ iaundroas: .mail, pr!-i W*lt t 'l OO t ff n n ,^U C^h nt gll. ' - *** CHAM DERMA ID. *c. — BT.-TUSR. &*— French '.•oup'.e; msn •• «>utl«r. gonsraUs> useful: wife as ch«mb«rmald, lady's raa'd, good seams resa; or would bo nursery B*~ ernes*; city or ceuntry. F.. Miss Fit* j rerald's Bureau BC3 3th aye.. corner «2d. CLEANER.— B» re»poctab!o woman, to di Ith^'vV"' • tudl<> cle »ning; rafsrsnoaa. 11l I>ISHWaBHER In restaurant or hotai. ;y Mr 9 . M. Bymo, 8» Myrtlo .to. »roo-i DAY'S WORK..— Young woman; oooklngT washing. ironing, housework; compotons tn all branches. Fah*y. «03 West SOUx stret; top floor, back. LAYS WORK.— young German womaa: to do washing and ironing at homo; avod ™th st** 11 "* Mr * *««*"••* 733 Cast DAY'S WORK.— Woman; washing or clear** tog- Apply Uollangir. 387 9th avo. CJe ***^ DAY'S WORK.— Washing and cieanln? by B»fh°st. " il ' rwoia * a " j8! " tr «* - - *° s Was! rAMXLT WASHING and IRONING.— P^rt: known ***** by the week or doaen; pnvat* Bjmoso; r.p.,, slr & TV \n W ; or ontb* th« day; good references. 332 East JSI it. OIRL. colored. rel!ab!->, cars of bachelor's apartment; capablo or ttuuam "txM cfaar?»i BTosd^y*^ 0 *- Ad ' IrM » Luclll*. iSi GOOD washer and tronor. enlorwl. to dV» «.^*,r lr * at tiom * Apply Mra Ftnaavw 2» West a«X!i streot; O V.» flight ub HOUSEWORK— Br •" expertenood yotal woman: good cook. !aur.dr«»s and bakeri STrfagnf^'U ' CoUßtry - "* WMt ** HOUS3WO^K._By resp-ctab:o ootor«l woman .married) m small prtrat* ftSSy. sleep at Mm.. Mrs. Simpson Huntlaylfti miioughby st. Brooklyn. HOUSEWORK, goaorai. by mtddls *,*j woman, ta sm*a prlvat* family l a natl neat. *conomical worker; excellent mti si taker; horn* preferred t o war**- £21 «=t persona; references; ear fars/ kT •- Trlbnn* I'nwa Office. 1884 Broag^A * HOU?EKSEPKR. managing ; — — v - 3 taking asMlr- chaw of staff ofSrvia JT t?, Ss' P u -%» ln * : olt J- »»• country. R Ml.a PltzCera^ a Bureau. 80S Bth av£. ess 4 ncr 42a sv. INVALID'S NUR3B or HOU3EKEE?aa» Tak» charge of lime room: has hc» pltal sxperlenco. Call or a ! ••ss t2T bbsbbsl avsu, Brooklyn. LAPY*9 MAlD.— Oermsa girl will mm mm vlstUng maid by day or week to US:«* v children: seal* specialist katrdrua..-^ manicure, marcel wave; -. onl 1 travel TZ R.. Miss Flt*a*r»i(rs auroau. 804 Ith gaaS corner 42.1 Pt. LADY'S MAID. — French, exßon*. seamstress, hairdresser, ppacketr t a>Cr ni country; peraonal city r*far*nces. Lffola*. 2«> W*st 89th s- LADY'S MAID— Scotch girl; can 4-» hatrdresstna;. manlrurirg trd facial - am— saga. Address Scotch, Trlbuao Uptowa Ofllc*. 1384 Broadway. •■»•«« LADY'S MAID and SEAMSTRXSS -3# yotznc West Indian girl. Arties. M Wt«% 183 d at. LAUNDRESS— By woman, to do fam~jl washing: home or out. - ITrisa Mist Schu'tz, 44 Drtgr« aye., Brooklyn, LAUNDRESS — J l3 tn $33: goo* nfmns— Swedish Bureau. 747 Lexington ay».. r««.# 88th st. LAUNDRESS.— FamiIy washing and iro»« ing at hums: willing to go out by >• day Mrs. M. P.. 1U» East T7th at. LAt'NrißnSS.— Washins; and troßtn* >_ out by ir«» .lay. Call ur s dill ass ■■ Gerlty. Mk> Pacific »t . HrooitlTn. LIGHT HOr-*EWORK.— By roitkklo. ;tSM :icont elderly Fngltsh woman; good I kj expert aeara!>rr»3a: generally useful. r»u»| wages low. Mrs. Barret, lXi 6th ay*. NURSERY UOVicn NESS.— *-inn—l would take one of mor* chlldroa; em;. lent refsrenres. good musician: city aw country. Mis» A.. Hit] ntxOoraM ■ I m rsau. 603 3th are., corner 4Sd at. NURSE— Attendant to a lady or ersntli** man: cheerful, happy disposition. wUllsj ana oMlit'.TiK: call or writ*. A. Pattrson, •■■» Wast UMh st.. i>rnox a\«.: call Tistsjasss 10-12 L NURSE— Gorman wiiiisiu wtl« tak« entire chsrg» or Infant: S«» »_-•■ reference from last place, city or country* M. F.. Un Fltzaorald's Bureau, oug Its) ay*.. corner 4--1 st. om.-« assistant. — Oonoroi: |IM> woman: three years' eapertonoa. A!»«r tiaar. S4l E»>st Uth st. BKAM3TRE9B; CHAMBERMAID— By r^ spec tab • airl. in i rivate fanOiy; •' ■■ amre Address 414 West 80th St.. oar-> i« CTirystal. WAITRESS — Fully eotnpsteat to 811 man's) p?ac«; good references: city or country) no bureau cards. Jani:r»so. t37 B. E-th it. WAPHINO. — By reapeotabla colored womani flr.e family washing don« at home: under*-. stxrids all ktnd» of fine work: ablrti an 4 collars doc« equal to now: flannola omr*r mm washed: hlehest efereneea. Mtm *««.i. g tea. East 7«m at. \V*Sinxo taken horn*. WHlnm*taa. US East TL'th at. »PV BRTIfEM BNT»a«» lUljy ? . ft>s> Th« TrU>un« retire! a» >hatr Up tow* Oflca SO. Mi* Broad-»Tir» between W>a and STth at*., until » o'clock v. m • v Jr»i>» tl»ement^ received at W>^ fona^in* brin.»a» ejncea at wilar « " ■ rate* uatll S o'clock n -i tl3. : 21* ?th nr:. a. •.. cor. 03d tt.t 13.T Bta «Vf.. Cor. 11th .t..- 93 Sa.t Ulh nUI •■■ST Weit «-M »c. betw««n TU» and «th av«flk| ■-trir«! 123:h »t.: 132S Sd «t«.. berw«-i». TGtn »n,l ~th <«»,: :102* 3d 'in : near Olwi «: : lTOe> l«t «»«.. near £9tn tt. ; 137 Sa4i UJhUk twt TM TvbomuU avaw tM M •*% —! inJ«isSaai— isaajaiiajfisiriii ' 3 ■■*