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CONDITION OF CP.OPS.
Supplemental Statement Issued by
the Department of Agriculture.
Washington. Oct. 10.— Department of Arri-
CUitufe to-day made public a statement, supple
mental to the one Issued yesterdaj'. giving the av
erage yield, condition or production Of various
crops as reported on October 1, with comparisons,
uk. follows:
Oct. 1, Ort. 1, Ten-year
Crops. UW7. 1006. average,
Alfalfa., condition M »2 • —
Al>!>'ps. condition "4 69 65..1
Bariry. bushels an acre £3.9 I'- 3 26.8
liarlty, quality 88.1 89.1 —
Heans, production T.i W5 —
Tiroom <"orn, jirfductlnn K> s:i —
35i!/-k«h*at, rondltlo.-i M.I IS 52.9
<'abl>ape. p r o<!uctinn Ml S3 ■ —
OovexwS. production 85 SB
<Yrn. condition 78 !'■> 70.0
<Ya ■) berries, condition 7R 80
J'lax. condition 78 tH 83
<".raper. condition X B* ( '> 84.3
Hay. ions «n acie 1.41 1.35 1.43
Ha; . quality 00.4 P».»
Jl(mp, j.roductfon BI '.'1 —
Ho;s. pounds en acre .., 1.114 1,101 1 IMB
Hops, quality M US —
Kaftir c<-rn. forage' production. ,M '■■"■ —
Millet hay. production >■■'. M
Miilrt f-*ei!, production v n
oat? bushels aa acre lit. s 31.2 Ko.l
Onts. quality 77 88.2 SS.2
Onions production M 83 —
jvarnfts. r .indilion ■ BS —
Potatoec. condition 77 83 74.7
I*lc<\ condition »"*." ST. 2 »W.fl
Rx-e, bushels en acre 1*.4 1t!. 7 15.7
Tty>\ quality f 91.C 04.1 —
t-orf;!iuni, con-iftl^n M *•» —
f^israr iH-ets, coniTition 90.5 '•"'• —
t^upar cane, condition 02 v - M.B
Rweet potatops, condition f>3 98 f-2.4
Tobncro. condition 54.8 , 84.« '"IT
Whut, tprin;, bush»lg an acre U.I 1K. 7 14.0
Wheat, bprinx. quality .... • t -^. v v 88. 5 —
V.atcnr.clons. production ... - 7."> BO —
•I'our-ytar average, 'five-year average.
BUTCHERS FEAR TRUST.
Independent Concern's Stockholders
Hear They Have Been Sold Out.
!t became known yesterday th.it over fifty of the
minority stockholders of the New York Butchers'
Dressed Meat Company held a secret meeting on
Wednesday night at Terrace Garden to Investigate
the rumor that the company had sold its plant to
tb«" trust.
The meeting was called at the sugxestion of An
pust F. Grimm, president ■' the United Master
Butchers' Association of America. The stockhold
rr* of this concern, who are all butchers and buy
thf-!r meats from the concern, at the meeting- ap
pblhted a committee to call en Frederick Joseph.
president of the beef concern, to learn Just what
was what and bow they stood.
One of the members of the committee in discuss
ing; the situation last night said that they had
looked on long enough and that it was about time
t'. take steps to protect their interests. "We (]•'
cided that the only way to got what's coming to
tis," he said, "is by sticking together. [i order
to accomplish this we have decided to pool our
holdings. We have heard that Mr. Joseph, being
president of the company, holds only ten shares
of Ftock. There are other rumors that don't sat
isfy us.
"This, of coarse aroused our gneplclon, • and wo
thought best to call a mooting. We thougnt that
we were all part owners of this concern, but now
■a.-- real that the trust has control of it. and that
it is its intention to freeze us out. If we find that
the plant has been sold, we certainly will see that
we don't take for our stock less than par."
I^ast May President Joseph, who was formerly
vice-president of Schwarzschild & Sulzberger, sold
out 4<) per cent of the stock of that company to
Swift & <*0., a trust concern. This did not become
known for three months later, Mr. Joseph still
holding: the vice-presidency of th« concern.
Then Mr. Joseph was elected president of the
New York Butchers' Dressed Meat Company.
When Mr. Joseph was seen last night he ex
pressed great surprise at hearing of the meeting.
He refused to discuss its action.
Allow no excuse to ke«p you from registering
to-mcrrew! That is, if you have not already
done your duty. To delay longer may cost you
your vote. You must register and enroll as a
Republican if you wish to vote in the Presi
dential primaries in the spring.
EVENING DELIVERY AUTHOEIZED.
Upper West Side Will Get Mail at 8 O'clock
—May Extend to Whole City.
As a result "f continued efforts on the part of
Postmaster Morgan, the department at Washing
ton luLe authorized the establishment of a carriers"
delivery beginning at S p. m. in the ui>i>er West
Side. This arrangement will go Into effect on
;Monday. on^ will affect that section of the city
lying; between West 69th and West 85tb streets,
from the Hudson River to Fifth avenue. The last
delivery In this section now begins at 5:40 p. m.
Postmaster Morgan said yesterday that this ar
rangeznent was in the nature of un experiment,
which, if successful, would bo extended later to
ail parts of th» city •where it 'nay be operated with
equal advantage. This service, is not given on
Sundays.
BOA..I) AM> HOOMS.
A. —A— A.— ATTENTION:
Attractive Moors, suites and single rooms,
».It-i and without board; all locations; ref
eresces; doctors' ofT.ces:. information free.
H. C. I.KI.AXI* &. CO..
4 West 3M si.
ATTRACTIVE KOOMB. with board; re-
Qseii fcurtrjundiiigt; private baths; parlor
£:::it;K room; reference* exchanged. 14ij
V.>s: S7th fit.
ffRNTSHED ROOMS, with bath; exrrl-
I*nt location; rent moJcrate. Mrs. Col
!:--. 12^ Wtst £S! St. '.
7SD e.T.. 154 WEST.
Attractive rooms. »Ith board; table
sTutisiF; rcferefice*.
16- II FT.. 14<i liAST. — Very desirable
roa— as; prlvata ■!:h; telephone: superior
t'ifclt; refir.e.J j/atronage; relerencea.
ii 'cc a uti fuTTbronx woo d park, wiii
lart:>brirtß«.--I{ooii)K. Lrjard, year arour<i;
r*!<bs $7. $<; telephone. Mrs. W. K. Fiack.
tiO PI.. » EAST.— Lance room, private
bath; parlor dining room; reference; tele
phone.
72D BT.. 120 WEST.
tftnea "It" and subway express stations;
charmir.fr rooms; superior table: references
Klrea and required.
'ITU FT.. 20 WEST.— Comfortably fur
- Blsfced rornM, with board; central loca
t!cr; references required.
46C PARK A^ r: . between 67fr, and 58th
t-.r*. — Parlor floor, suitable physician or
«*.r;tist; bachelor ax>artmetit and other
tiQTr.n. ' .
FURNISHED ROOMS TO IJST.
IN PRIVATE, high class apartment and
nelgbboriiood. su:t« parlor and bedroom.
Tie«'ly fjrr.lshed and decorate--.. s»co:id
I'.oo" corner apartment; eoutl.em exposure;
ell Usbt, feeing street; breakfast optional.
I'«ith I- • :. .»y. 'I hoTie 631J— I'.lvr.
""^ " aiACHIXSKT.
AT P.KDCCEH P«tcE» — t*ecr.<l hana
wood ar.-l Iron «r orkScj; nam<:h!rra: ru!:r
rc»rn.t»t«: macr.li:«r» boucht h:t! ex
rnu-' 080 W Fnr>Y saw Ux^iwn »:
i ■ . in ■ ir l-«-r .
rnncnAi?E and rxenxsan.
T_e Antlqne Ftarnltcre 'Bjchi^i
18-15 WEFT »TII PT.. NEA.iI
BROADWAT.
}fa« r»?~ on t«!r the Jarfeat CO'
lectlon of t&aiUiitg Antiques Ir.
rultes and odd pltcai ever pje
*rt!t«J sit rrlvat* m -. tat all.
ex Usual, on eomsnlseion barb.
Also many pieces of oak. &c.
taken In sstcteag* and not de
sired for stock at about %
cri(rSn«l rout.
SMPI>OYMENT AGENCIES.
:'BT.^3A9TI3OUItfEVI|;B|
" EMPI>3TMKNT BURBAU.
Zl] I>«t «:'d «.— First class domestics are
•«pplte«: »'•<> managing housekeepers. ■•■>.
trotj*. govern tu«i. tutor*, etc
MRS. L. SEELY
Employment Bureau,
23 West 39th St.
•Phone* 2454. 2438— Bryant.
BROOKLYN OFFICE: 134 M. Mark's 4».
triIMCH RESORTS.— TAKE notice!
: RK!«T malf: AND female help
\VPM.iaU AT- mWtX'B OLD K3TAB-
U*«i.l> liCiUtA-u. TT WEST UTH ST.
Apartment Hotels.
HOTEL SEVILLE
8. W. corner Madison Aye. and 29th St.
Extending through to 28th St.
Half block from 6th Aye.
Th» new addition, with many Improvements on the
original building, now ready for occupancy. Detdrable
suites of mM sixes hitnd somely furnished for permanent
Clients. Special rates by Hie tteat>on or year. Every
bedroom ims outnide bathroom.
EDWARD PURCHAS. Manager.
HOTEL
Grosvenoß
Fifth Aye. and 10th St.
Catering- exclusively to patronage of the
hlchest class, affords a permanent resi
dence for select people. Apartments of
two rooms and bath to eight rooms and
four .baths. October leases now being
ma.lt.
WILLIAM H. PURDY. MANAGER-
THE LORRAINE,
.Mil AY. AND 45TH ST.
Threw apartments. Including one on Fifth Aye., to
rent unfurnished by the year.
Aim furnished apartments and individual rooms
with bath by the -•■■■<■: or for shorter periods.
Restaurant a la Carte.
PAUL W. ORVISj tiEORGE C. HOWE.
Citij Hotels.
PRINCE GEORGE
HOTEL.
14 East 28th St.
CENTRAL LOCATION.
EXCLUSIVE, QUIET, MODERN.
Many sunny Miltes overlooking Madison Square.
Single room and bath, $2.00 to $3.50.
Suite, parlor, bedroom and bath, *5.n0 and upward.
Special permanent niii—
CUISINE UNEXCELLED.
IMQIK TEA ROOM.
A. E. DICK, Mgr.
HOTEL
GRENOBLE
56TH ST. AND 7TH AY.
A SELECT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL.
$1.50 per day and up.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH.
$2.00 per day and up.
Parlor, bedroom and bath,
$3.00 a day and upwards.
Desirable Suite* of aM sizes for permanent
guests at special rat"!s.
Restaurant a la Carte.
WILLIAM P. CHASE.
— ELEGANTLY furnished spartment with prlvatu
.. bath. $1 daily: weekly, Including meal*, $12.50;
meal". $1 day; transient* accommodated ALABAMA
HOTEL. IB B 111 fit., between nroadwoy a. Fifth At*
Instruction.
For Young Ladles— City.
HAMILTON INSTITUTE jg£i
3 WEST Rl<T ST. PARK (U'TI.OOK.
From KINDERGARTEN to COLLEGE entrance, or
SPECIAL COURSE& training IndivMua! talent.
Study hour and luncheon. I Catalog.
The. Principal at the school dally from 9 to 5.
TIE WSERRILL-van LAER SCHOOL
Boarding and Day School for Girls. Formerly The '
Peebles an.'. Thompson School. Opens October 2nd.
30. 31 and 34 East s"lh Street. New York. N. T.
De Lancey School for Girls
301 West 08th St . Cor. Went End Arc.
S4tta real beclr.J Tuesday, Oct. Is;. In<li\lilnal Instrnc
tion — Prepare* for al! college*. Afternoon study hour.
Kindergarten class. Year Book on Application.
Barnard School For Girls
Cla*s l!i<>7 Entered College Without Condition.
COL! EGB PREPARATORY. 421 West 14<<th St.
GENERAL & COLLEGE PREPARATORY COUR9E3
Kin denrarten. Primary <<• Grammar 151 Convent ay.
ISTII YEAR BEGAN SKIT. 27th. Catalog.
Le Baron Drumm School ,JSL
40 WEST 72D ST. (Boys in primary clauses.) Thor
oughly graded from klnderfrartrn through Collego
preparation Reopened October 2nd, 1907.
The hisses raysom's
SCHOOL FOB GIRLR.
flcopens Oet 3rd. :•;; 166 168 West 76t% Street.
THF SFIViPf F 15
lEIL. OLrll s_L.-3 West »6lh St.
Boarding and Day School for <j!r!i ana Kindergarten.
milE WETMORE BCHOOL FOR GIRLS
i X. Will reopen Thursday October 10.
Kiuiiergartt-n t"> College l'rer>a*atory.
32 EAST 45T11 bTREET.
TEE ELLIMA2" SCHOOL N^^,SKSr5mT
25th year 107 W. C7th St. epp Carnp;;|» Hall.
i
Do you want to have a voice in the selection
of a Republican candidate for President? You
cannot vote at the Presidential primaries in the
spring unless you register and enroll as a Re
publican this fall. Register! Register to
morrow!
DRESSMAKING AND MrLLINBRY.
KinSHFF.LP FUR CO. ....
ere epeclalitU in remodelling any oH fur
garment Into U. ■ late;: style: beet WLr
i.ianFhip and correct lit at very reasonable
prices; new fur garment* mad to order,
also in stock, old fun talon ii: .^clitjnjj. ,
for r.ew. Kindly call at r>« \\i-^. Jltil.
near eth aye. Tel 1123— Crameicy.
A —SEAL GARMENTS ancT other fine furs
repaired redyed ami remodelled Into latest
styles at exceptionally low prices: fur gar-
PMnta made to order. Mrs. E. J. itaik.>r,
109 Bart 70th >.t.. near Park aye., late with
>■ c;. Ounther's Bon*, Mli »ye: Tt-1. 1010—
V9th.
If. I. GILBERT ft CO..
PRACTICAL PURRIERB. 44 West 34th St..
near Broadway. Tel. 2022 — 88th st. Lars;*
stork of ladiea 1 furs an.l gentlemen's fur
Mned coats. i:. modelllni redying and re
pairing Into the latest styles our specialty.
We positively nave- you &0 per cant.
11. I. GILBERT * CO..
LADIES' TAILORS,
44 West Tilth it., near Broadway.
The latest Paris dels will be shown.
Special offer oi ladies' tailor made suit- M
order for thisXwetk only for only ?3<>:
worth V- >- Latest style. liest workman
ship and an absolutely perfect fit guaran
teed.
TUZZOLLI & CO.. Ladies' Tailors.--Mod
crale prices. 147 «th aye ;:_ liear 11th »t.
DRESSMAKER.— clays; out by day;
private families:, exclusive designs for
street, evening gojhis. fancy waUw: per
fect titling; price »260: references. OiUl
loran. 141 East 44- st. ____
DRESSMAKER wishes customers at home;
excellent work; perfect lining, any stylo.
r,7 Bast ISOtli st.
DRESSMAKER.— First tlans; perfect litter.
designer; nukt* all gowns, suit*, fancy
oe«US; high erafi« work; wishes few more
customer*; out by day. Mrs. Ropertz, lts.9
Lexington aye.
DRESSMAKER, of H. AltTnan & Co.; ex
cellent fitter, designer; princess coats, fur
garments: remodelling; experienced: out by
Say $2. Address Dressmaker, 826 West
1 4th st. - _ '
DRESSMAKER desires customers; first
class titter and designer; material made
Hi • !..»t references; home or out. Mrs.
Sierrnr 600 West 127 th Bt.. southwest cor
ner Broadway, one block scuth of Subway
tind ft iwn cars.
HISS M. QUINN nan opened first class
' ditrtsmaking parlors nt 40 Weet 65th St.,
r.»»r Colianbos; aye. ; latest Parisian models
en exhibition: price* nupderate.
H PEINBHRO. ladies' tailor and furrier;
moderate wices. 112 W. I7tn «t.. near
•;•}• aye.
J PATTELI^A & BRO.. fashionable ladles'
tailors. 713 Lexington eve., bet. 57th
and BSth bU. •_.
B POLLAK, !au»es tailor, habltmaker;
'moderate price*. U74 r,Lh aye.
SANDERS BROS.. Indies' tailors, make
, garment* at reasonable prices. 787 6tn
aye., near 43th st.
M ABRAM3. Importer, ladles' tailor and
furrier, t«4« Oth ava. — Suits made from
the latest Parisian models tit most reason
able prices? ' .
i M- VETERE. ladles' tailor; stilts made to
order at lowest prices. 876 6th aye.
SAVI3 60% by buying your Feathers and
B<~as direct from the manufacturers. The
i Lor.don Feather Co.. 360-366 «th .aye.. be
' tween 2 - d and 23d sts.
BILLIARD AM) POOL TABLES.
MAKUrACTURERSof billiard and pool ta
bles; high grade bowling alley builder*;
! ion Mt price— Mart Uros., 24 Uolon B<»uare.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1907.
PACKARD)
NIGHT SCHOOL
"THE SCHOOL FOR TTIOSE WHO j
WISH TO EARN WHILE THEY I EAlt>."
ALL COMMERCIAL BRANCHES
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION
CALL, TELEPHONE OK WRITE
Packard Commercial School
4th Are. and SSd St. Day and Evening.
Known by DO Yearn of Thorough Work as "The
School Tint Makes a Specialty
\_ of Each Student." i
Fourteenth Year and Thorouglily Modern.
1183-1183 Ur«ia«lwoy. cor. 26th St , N. T.
Shorthand. Typewriting. Bookkeeping. Penmanship.
Jlu!-in<--s. Fall term now open.
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS. Employment Dept
Endorsed '.y the Board of Regents. Call or send
for booklet 13. 'Phone 3063 Madison Square
COLUMBIA INSTITUTE I
122 West ~.Zd St. Dr. E. Fowie'r. 1
rrei>;»r.-j boys for all unlvrrttiMe- or buf>ine««. v
Speriiill<itH in every subject. Small <>luhsi-h. ■
Study hours dmiiiK kclhh! day. Laboratory n
work. Optional milltnrv drill. Pliiycruund and ti
athletic privilege*. Brilliant »urreits in «■<•!- ti
IrclHte .-i.Miiln Hi.Mi«. Primary rlahites. Ke'oprnod ra
Sept. 26. Catalogue*. Telephone -1944 Colunibui*. H
*■ /
THE CUTLER SCHOOL,
20 EAST 50TH STREET.
Rcror.n run im: LAST THREE YEARS.
ENTERED HARVARD. IS PUPILS.
ENTERED YALE. 14 PIPILS.
ENTERED COLUMBIA, 14 PUPILS.
KNTKItK!) l'liiv< 'ETON. 10 PI PII.S.
ENTER OTHER COLLEGES, .-. I'fPlI.S.
REOPENS BKPTKMBKK 30 — THIUTY-III'IH YEAR.
PRIMARY SECTION POR Pll'll.s OF ■ AND OVER
IRVING SCHOOL
L. D. Ray, 35 West 84th St.
Boys from .• ren years upward
Thorough preparation for college
No homo study for pupils under fifteen
SCHOOL NOW IN SESSION
134 r;ra(suate3 tn Leading American Collrees.
BERNARD SCHOOL FOR BOYS
COLLEGE PREP. & GRAMMAR. 721 St. Nicholas At.
KINDERGARTEN AND PRIMARY. 'J3O Lenox Ay.
jf<vsrK<l\l. BUSINESS CLASS.
GOOT> FOIINPATION WORK IN ESSENTIAL*
22D YEAH BEGAN SEPT. tffth. Catalog.
NATHAN HALE SCHOOL
i* EAST 60TH ST. (COR. PARK AYE.).
«th year b^glnn Oct 1. 1957
Newly equipped building. Ojrmnasium. Afternoon play
hours. Two vacancies for boarding pupils.
JAMES H. MORSE. JR. WILLIAM H. CHURCH.
SYMS^CHdOL
New location. 4!>-.". 1 . Bast fllst st.
Buildings remnd?led.
Headmaster's hours » to 12 dally.
Woodbridge School, ££jS_S™"
COth year begins September 26th
SPECIAL COACHING FOR rOI.T'MBIA.
f>oo eraduates bava rntered college.
For Both Sexes City.
THE BEKIJTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
MADISON SQUARE ill- Broadway).
Harlem Uranch: Lenox 'Aye. cor. 1-Utb, St.
Brooklyn " 73 Court St.
Newark " Scheuor P'ltldlng.
360 BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES:
Pupils h*ar and upeak th*> nen lanKuase excluslTely
from th# •-• lesson. Trial lessom free
FREE PRONt'NCIATION COURSES.
FREE CONVERSATION CIRCLES
-T^IjOCI'TION. VOICE CUI.TUim
ELOCUTION VOICH roachoil. reasonable.
Amateur* . l«
ADEL.E UKIFFITH. 117 rut rTth.
For Both Sf»x<>s — Country.
Starkey Seminary
On Ffr.'ca Lake, naar Watk!t:i. Opened Sept. X Board
ing ■'.. tor both s»j I'rei<are» for best cc>ll<?k«b.
Eleven teacher*; spfdallstH. Courses In art. music, com
merce. M- SUMMERBEIX. I'rep . Lakemont. N. V
AMERICAN AND roKKir.y TKACIIEIIS' aoenct
• uppll<-« rr»f«s«ois. Teacher*. Tutor*, GovcrDMXs. etc..
10 Coi:«ses. BehOOla and Katnlll»s. Apply to
Mrs M J YOUNCI HI.TON 23 Union Eauara.
** -^ — »^ — _— — «
I
Dancing Academics.
OSGfIR DURYEfI
•00 West 72J Street. (TeL 6212 Col.) Separate classes for
women and children ii> sscthetlcs (physical lanctng) and
fancy danrlnv and in social dunclnc and deportment.
GEORGE WALLACE'S DANCING SCHOOLS
I'lasiH-n will reopen Oct. 10. ".:>:•> West Kid st. and 44s
West 152 d »t. Children and adults. See catalogue.
T. OKOBGB DODWOHTH. ~*
13 Baal 41' ii. st,
CLASSES AND PRIVATE LESSONS.
Coinmen:lnjj Baturday, October 18.
LOST— BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK No 429.015 of the Union Dime
Savings Institution Is missing Any per
son bavin* a claim to lt Is b«reby called
upon to I'lfsent the same within ten days
or submit to having Haiti passbook cancelled
and v new one issued.
LOST or STOLEN. Bankbook No. 617.871
of the rmau Havings Hunk In the City
of New York, corner ■*"■ we. and ]4rh it..
Issued to Htaala Kennedy. All persona aro
cautioned against negotiating the same, if
it returned to the bank on the Ist day
of November. 1907, a dupllcato will be Ih
■ued.
LOST Bankbook No. 019.«04, Pnnk for
Savings. 280 rti aye., New York. >•;..
ment stopped, Please return book to bank.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 839.804, Tiank for
Favlnps. _-i> 4th aye.. New York. Pay
ment stopped. Please return book to bank.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 889, 8T6, Hank for
Ings. i'SO 4th live.. New York. Pay
rr.<nt stopped. Please return book to bank.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 883,833. Rank lot
Savings, 2*o 4th aye.. New York. Pay
ment stopped. Please return book In bank.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER.
OLI» GOLD, silver and precious stones
bought at highest market value: made
Into new articles or exchange for new jew
elry or Japanese good* at M. ii I.1 '. Tepper s
factory. 41 West 35th Bt.
UKLP WANTED.
- ■ - - -.. ii ii i■ i -ii"
Male.
ADVERTISINO CANVASSER.—
SEVERAL GOOD ADVERTISING CAN
VASSERS ON THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC.
LIBERAL COMMISSION. REFERENCES
REQUIRED. CALL OR ADDRESS BUSI
NESS OFFICE. TRIBUNE BUILDINti.
WANTED.— Bright, active young man, 18
to 20 years old, to lay out orders for our
publications; permanent position for suit
able party. A dress by letterd. T. Y.
Crowell ft Co., iiublisheis, 42S West liroad
way. _
WANTED.— A small boy, 18 years of «ige.
in law office. Address Argyle. P. 0. Box
400, New York City.
Female. *
CHAMBERMAIDS, cooks, second cooks,
kllchenmalJs. chamber— latils and wait
resses. French maids, nurses, butlers, sec
ond men, useful men, Immediately. Mrs.
Dickinson's Co-operative Bureau, 331 MaJ
icon aye.
WANTED.— working housekeeper i
who understands cooking and would cook
for two In family. M. P.. 203 West 12T>t
WOIUC \TA>TED.
Male.
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT; young
man (25); experienced; understands draw
ing* as timekeeper, etc.. for construction
company where advancement Is possible.
Joseph Johnson, 1211 61st Ht., Brooklyn.
ACCOUNTANT.— Expert (degree); opens,
closes, writes up. audits books tangled;
double entry books audited, balanced;
executors' anil trustees' accounts. P. O.
Box 50. Madison Square.
BOOKKEEPER.— Oooo penman; 0 years'
experience; solicits employment evenings
at any thins: books written up, closed, trial
balances, statements, etc Adires* Com- •
p*ust. Box 12, XAbuM Offlc*.
Instruction.
For Boys and Toungr Men— City.
School Agency.
IWIKK WANTKO.
Male.
BOOKKEEPER end road man: experienced
in iron and metals; in or out of town.
Address '/.. Trtbun» Office.
BOOKKEEPER or ACCOUNTANT Has
hHii long sxperlenceii books opened, Wsed,
audited; can furnish bent references. Aullt.
BOOKKEEPER'S ASSISTANT. lf»; High
School graduate; understands stenography
ai:d typewriting; best references. Frank
Bluano, 104 Wall «t.
livKEit (foremaaj in Florida or South;
"riis'. Class bake:, pastry c.ok; undei»iands
hoU «jrk: referancea; vhuir. »(.!»•.., good
hab:ts Adareed L. 0.. 4»3 Main «t.. Cats
kill. N. T.
BUTCHER In Icehouse or market. 43 Syca
more *« . Corona, Long Island.
BUSINESS- PRIVATE TRANSLATIONS In
French, Italian. Spanish, German, Eng
lish. Russian. Hungarian, Slavish, by ex
perts; reasonable; claim lessons in lan
guages. IM> Clairs, 4S Irving Place.
COLLECTOR. — I*y yo.ir.it man, 2ft. Oeorge
Ungrlch, 4".'. West i.".nth st.
cni->'Kk;H, Ac.-iiy young maa, tl; or n»
drUer for s<ini« business house; or anj
thlng Rudolph Welll. 341> Tcarl st.. Brook
lyn.
CHEMIST, with factory and laboratory ex
perience, desires to change bis position.
A. 8.. Box 4. Tribune ©nice.
OOLLBCTOR or OITTSIDK WORK.— By
yuune man 31: with rellanle house; best
references. WllltoW 11. P>athjen, Jr., 574
Atlantic aye., Brooklyn.
CUCRICAL WORK. *c. By young Aawn
i ■nn, . ix-st reference. A.i.iress m.
Cook. 287 Evergreen aye.. Brooklyn.
CLERK desires to connect himself with
downtown commercial house; five years'
experience Inside and outside; good educa
tion; k|»'hkh two languages. Edwin T. Slslt.
035 Kulpli st., Ilr«oldyn.
CLERK.— By young man. 24; good at (In
ures. S. Greenstone. 24D Kast 32d St.
CAHHIEH or COLI.K<TOR. with reliable
c(*muany; experience.): business training.
J. X.. IST West 61st st.
CHAUFFEUR- — By Swede. 80; married;
first class driver and repair man; wishes
position year round with private family.
Johnston. 114 East 08th st.
CHAUFFEUR on four-cylinder car or au
tomobile delivery wagon or truck: under
stands something about carriage trimming.
Inquire 220 East 133 d St., basement.
CARPENTER and handy man; can do light
plumbing and painting; steady place: ref
erences. Skogland. 368 Prospect Place.
Brooklyn.
CHAUFFRrR.— By young man; thoroughly
experienced on all gasolene cars; good
mechanic; g<>od driver; first elans reference.
J. M.. 531 6th st.. Brooklyn.
CHA'TFFEITR. — Married. 32; strictly so
ber: careful driver: with private family;
city or country. Address George Sllwlnskl.
213 East 112 th st.
CHAUFFEUR. 80; any make of gasolene
car, Al mechanic; three years' shop ex
perience, also as chauffeur; best reference.
C H. Powers, 2784 Bth ava.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1364 Broadway, between SAth
and 37th Pts.. until 0 o'clock p. m. Ad
vertisements received at the following
branch offices at regular office rates until
8 o'clock p. m.. viz.: 264 Ml. aye.. s. c.
cor. 23d *t.: 1M «th •*«.» cor. U'th st | fii
X_tt 14 th «-| SST Wart 421 at, < . r
WORK WANTED.
Male.
"•HAUFFET'R.— English: three yean* • ex
perience: any make gasolene car; twelve
months last place; do all repairs. R. Q.
Doney, 36 Magnolia are., Jersey City.
""HAUFFEUR- By young man; careful
driver. Qulnn. 19A Sherman at., Brook
yn.
.'IIALTFEL'R. CoIored; experienced; can
run most any car: Just took a Rainier
'rom New York to Canada and back; does
is own pairing. Eldon AHej-ne. 4l« West
Win st.
COLORED MAN, experienced, in club
house; best references. W. F. Williams,
145 Montague St., Brooklyn.
DETECTIVE. — Business or private cases. ..
Detective, tSB West 187 th et.
DRAFTSMAN.— First class architectur
al; artistic designer; facades, decoration,
stalling; experienced six years; O. K. ref
erences; good leiterer. Here.Ha, car*
Chares, 2j". West 142<1 st.
1 .
DRAFTSMAN.— Mechanical and patent of
fice; good detailer, tracer and letterer.
D.. Box 87, Tribune Office.
DRIVER. — Young married man as driver or
anything: willing and obliging; reference.
Frank Slrinek. 819 East 73d St.
DRIVER. — By married man; experienced;
pood shipper; references. Yolk, 220 West
14t»th st. ' m
ELEVATOR. RUNNER, &c— Colored man
as elevator ninner, switchman, operator
or porter. Ulmer. 349 West 5!Hh «t.
ENGINEER. — Extended experience In re
frigeration, steam and electrical driven
plants and appurtenances; mechanic]; tem
perate; married, 35; day. J. G. Bherldan,
129 Franklin aye., Brooklyn.
. ■-
ELECTRICIAN'S! HELPER.— expert
enced man: married: steady place. Fitz
gerald, 0 Bolivar St., Brooklyn.
ELECTRICIAN, English. 24 sears; eight
years' practical experience; in hotel or
club, etc. Oswald Dunne, 201 East 28th st.
ELEVATOR RUNNER for office building;
reference. John J. Tondl. 1357 Ist aye.
ELEVATOR RUNNER.— By colored man;
freight preferred; ten years" experience.
W V. Williams, 145 Montagus st .. Brook-,
'.•ll.
ENGINEER'S ASSISTANT.— license;
four yeats" experience In large plants;
understand! engines, dynamos, ice ma
rhlnes, hydraulic and electric elevators;
Koixl electrician; best references; ago 25.
Stlcberg. 136 Eaet ll!>th st.
ENGINEER Reliable and sober: firm class
references; Spanish license; would lock
after machinery or act as oiler if nothing
else: hnn<ly man. Lucas Bilbao, 12 State
st,, Brooklyn.
ENOINEEh. — By Hweile, 88; no license;
good machinist; understands steamflttlng;
willing to do tiring. Aug. Nelson, care of
8. A. Trlres. North Haven, Conn.
FIKKMAN.— Licensed; understands dyna
mos, pumps, does repairs; reference*.
Talkenbtrg. 4'« EMI 15th st.
FIREMAN or ASSISTANT F.NOIKFJBR.—
By young colored man; experienced. A.
Hebbons, 2.^1 Ernst 148 th St.
1 TAKE ORDERS for photo engraving and
maks It a nrst claps Job: halftone on
copper iiits at l"c. a square Inch, Address
of agent, A. Dcmulen, 149 West lOoth Bt..
fifth flovr.
MACHINIST.— Aged 18; repair machines In
factory or work In machine shop: $12
• w!<. O. U, 172 Richardson »U. Brooklyn
MACHINIST.— Spanish, 24: os as assistant;
ten years' experience: peaks little Eng
lish. Rltts, 244 West M'.h St.
MAN. mtdU aged, sober, so«'k^ a steady
position on smalt counry plac*>; refer
ence". Address by s*ilj4 letter only, John
Hasten, BM Washington st.
MAN, experienced driver; has worked In
paint shi'ji; u'l: stnrt at reasonable sal
• ry. Vern »n Swain. 184! I'rarl St., Brook
lyn^
MARRIED MANtwtohn steady position at
anything. John Kenny. 881 Ralph St.,
I!ro.ikl>n.
MUSICIAN, clarinet player: Kin*!*; mill
tar}- Land. Paul Klein, l«IoO Amsterdam
n*. «.
OFFICE WORK.— By young man; Import
ing house or broker's oAc*. J. 11.. Rlck
ard. 32>» Kast 6Tth st.
OKJ-'len ASSISTANT. — ny young man. 21:
flva years' experience; knowl< of boo"*
kp«plnc. tyrewrltlnn. Stenography; gcod
reference; oalary Jii T. Flowers, 114
West 141 th »t.
PHOTOGnAPHER.— By an all around
young man; steady position anywhere;
•alary Jl— Address Japanese, 10 Wen
Slat Bt.
OFFICE WORK.— By boy. Mi Rood pen
man; $."• a week to start. America Co
rnlKlia, 24 Leroy st.
OCTDOOR WORK young man. 11>;
with good firm; reference an"l security.
WtlliMm 11. Brown, 542 Graham aye..
lirooklyn.
PAIN - i ••">!! \T IR
Hl(fh Kr:« •'.» wulk, hol"l«. ,>stntes. prl
.::. ■!■ ■• utti largest Jobs,
prices. Deoorator, .Tiu Weal 4Cth si
PORTElt.— Strictly sulmt man; h<Kh»st ref
■ [■:•- 'Edward David. 301 K>th
»t.. core Mr- Uunnelly.
PORTER In factory or ••"r*. lUfaele
BOth Bt.
PORTER, useful mar., or In boarding
..-, by colored man, with b*»t of i»f
erenres fr..m bis present employer.* N. J-.
ll'.t Bth aye.
PORTER — foung colored man an rorter;
can give roo.l referenced. Ac dress a. It..
441 Manhattan aye.. basement.
PORTER.- -By a young man nlth f.r*t
fareaae ai »vii h. C. Rudischum,
To Murray St.
PORTER In custom tailoring establish
ment, by energetic, reliable colored man.
Knianuel, car.i Richardson. 142 West 28th,
PORTER, A V'>Di,f colored man «■» jn.r
;t or hallinan. l.liitcn. 351
West :itiih st.
SPECIAL OFFICER wishes position; bank,
theatre or any private concerns; refer
ences; can ttlvo bonds if desired; sober and
Industrious. J. HcizfolJer, cars Silver. 8»
Wlliftt at.
SECRETARY. College graduate as secre
tary; real ability; three years' experience;
ben references. Address F. W., ISox 172.
Wmtwood. K. J.
SHIPPING ('I.KIIK. Klvo year- expe
rlence. Geor**J Goehner, 99 Troutman
Rt . Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER, — Beglnr.er. 1«; one
■rear's e«perten«>; will I* foun.i trust
worthy and obliging; i>ersi>naJ reference.
Advertiser, 103 West lor.th kt
SALESMAN. young man. 21; j.hono-
Kiupli or sporting goods; experienced In
both. Address Dunwoody, 824 Tuylor St.,
Van Nest. N. 1
SALESMAN, &< — I J*|ieitenied salesman
and collector, acquainted with architect*
and Ren.: a' building trades desires position
for salary only. J. G.. 257 West COth St.
STBWARD, sVe. —By German man and
wife; In club; man as steward; wife good
rook and housekeeper; city or country; man
16 yearn In hotel and restaurant business.
E. J. Hermann. 227 East 23th St.
STRONG youii* man. 23; of high class
family; first clami references : speaks Eng
lish, French, Italian, Greek and Arabic
Address Peter Dallls. 142 2d aye.
YOUNO MAN. 30. In hotel or club; refer
ence: Intelligent, capable, willing. Ad
dress B. Box UK. Wapplngor Falls. N. T.
YOUNG MAN. in automobile repair shop
or garage: understands running car; will
Ir.g; low wages. John Gregor. 410 East
113 th st. . _
YOUNG MAN, colored, as elevator runner
In ofilr« hull'llng or apartment house; has
two years' reference. Henry* Dazing, 1803
8d aye.
YOUNG MAN. 23. colored, strong and will
fun, declres good perrt«nr.ent place as por
ter or dUhwasher; night work preferred.
Nicholas. 723 Fulton St.. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN. 23, willing; at anything:
no canvassing. Fagan. 864 Park avo.,
Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN. 18, best references, wishes
position at anything; understands fur
naces. Call, write or 'phone King. 30!)
West 40th St.. care Move. "Phone 6186 ■
Bryant.
YOUNO MAN. colored, respectable would
like place with right parties; a! refer
ence; good experience private office. Col
lies, care of Engles, 327 West G2d St.
YOUNG MAN. lately landed, well educated,
as clerk, permanent establishment, bank-
Ing or shipping office; Al reference. Condy,
248 West 10th st.
YOUNG MAN. 19: strong: graduate; at
anything; $7 to start. Sllbersteln. 175
East 03d st.
YOUNG MAN. 20; work at anything; hon
est, willing and not afraid of work; ref
erence. Schmalberger, 631 Buihwick aye.,
Brooklyn.
YOUNG ■ MAN. outdoors, at anything. Q.
V.. 6m Deane St., Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN, 20; In printing shop: good
Gordon feeder; willing; work for advance
ment. Lewis. 347 East 104 th St.
YOUNG MAN. as stock clerk In retail
store, department store or wholesale;
store, or as outside talesman. A. Weln
*t«ln. 19 Bunm«r aye, Brooklyn.
RAILROADS.
EOT JERSEY CENTRAL
YWO-HOUU XKAIN TO PHILADELPHIA 1
EVERY/ HOUR ON THIS HOUR. i
FOR PHILADELPHIA. Lv. W. 23D ST. '
-«.50. 7.60. h.20. 8.6 U. 0.60. 10.60. 11.20. I
11 50 a. in.. 12.50. 1.20. 1.50. 2. C0. 3.50. 4.80. i
6.20. 6.50. 6.60. 7.50. 8.50, 11.60 p. m. bun- I
days. 7.60. 8.60. tt.Bo. 10.60. 11.50 a, m.. !
12.50. 1.&0. 2.60. 3.60. 4.60. 5.60. 6.60. 7.50. I
B.CO. 10.20. 11.50 p. m.
Lv. LIBERTY 5T.— 1.30. 6.30. 7.00. 8.00.
8.3 U. d.go. 10.00. 11.00. 11. £0. 12.00 a. m..
1.00. 1.30. 2.00. 3.00. 4.00. COO. 6.30. 6.00.
7.00. 8.00. I*oo p. in., 12. midnight. Sun- I
days, 1.31', 8.00. 0.00, 10.00. 11.00. 12.0 Ca.
in.. 1.00. 2.00. 3.00. 4.00. 6.00. 600, 7.00. j
&.00. 0.00. 10.30 p. la,, 12-15 midnight.'
FOR BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON, i
Lv. W. 23U 5T.— 7.30. 60, ILSO a. m.. i
1.60. 3.50, 6 50, a.50 b. m. dally.
Lv. LIBERTY ST.— I.BO. 8.00. 10.00. 12.00
a. m.. 2.00. 4.00. 6.00, 7.00 p. m.. dally.
FOR ATLANTIC CITY. Ist. W. 23D ST.
—0.60 a. m. 112.60 Sits. only). 8.20 p. m.
Sundays. 0.50 a. in.. 2.30 p. be.
Lv. LIBERTY ST.— a. m. <1.0»
Eats. only). 3.40 p. m. (Sundays. 10.00 a,
m.. 2.30 p. m.
FOR LAKEWOOD AND LAKEHURST.
Lv. W. 23D 5T.— 9.50 a. m. «12.60 flats,
only), 1.20. 3.20. '.50 p. m. Sundays. 6.50,
li.So a. m.. 2.21) p. m.
Lv. LIBERTY bT —4 00 10.00 a. m. (1.00
Eats. only), 1.20. 3. 10. 5.00 p. m. Buodays.
7.00. 10 00 a. in.. 2.30 p. in.
ALL RAIL ROiJTE. LONG BRANCH. I
ABBURY PARK and OCEAN GROVE. Lv.
W. 23D ST.— 8.20. 11.20 a. m. (12.20 Sata,
only), (1.10 Sais. only). 1.20. 3.20. 4.30
<5.05 ex Sata.). 5.20. 6.20, 11.50 p. m. Sun
days, ».oo a. m.. 8.60, 8.30 p. m.
Lv. LIBERTY ST. — 1.00. 8.30. 11.30 a. m.
(12.40 t=ats. only). (1.20 Sats. only). 1.30.
8.30. 4.45 (9>lß ex. Sats.), 30. 6.30 p. m..
12.01 midnight. Sundays. 3.30. 9.15. a. m..
4.00. 8.30 p. m.
SANDY HOOK HOUTE. Atlantic High
lands; Sea Bright. Monmouth Peach. Long
Branch, Asbury Park and Ocean Grove.
Lt. PIER, 81. N. R. (42D ST >— 10.00 a.
m.. 12.30. 3.10. 4.15. 7.45 p. m. Sundays,
•.30 a. m.. 1.00. 7.45 p. m. ■ v
Lv. PIER 10. N. R. (CEDAR ST.)— m.2o
a. m.. 1.00. 3.45. 4.45. 8.10 p. m. Sundays,
10.00 a. — „ 1.30. 8.10 p. m.
Time tables may be obtained at follev.nc;
offices: Liberty St. (West 23d St. T.I. 8144
Chelsea), tt Astor House. 245. 434. 1800. 1334
Broadway. 182 Fifth Ay.. 281 Fifth A*.. 28
Union Square West, 27U8 Third Aw.. 109
West l'-'lth St.. 245 Columbus Ay.. New
York: 4 Court St.. 343, 344 Fulton St.. 47*
Nnstrand Ay.. Brooklyn: 8&0 Broadway.
Wllllamgburg. New York Transfer Co. calls
for and checks baggage to destination.
W. O. BESLER, W. C. HOPE.
Vlce-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. *len. Pass' r Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO 8. R.
ROYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS.
_» "Every other hour on the even hour."
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Leave New York City. 23d St. Lib 1 y St.
•WASHINGTON, Sl' pers. 11.60 pm 1.30 as*
•WASHINGTON. Diner, 7.60 am MOn am
•WASHINGTON, Diner. 0.50 am 10.00 am
•WASHINGTON, Diner. 11.60 am 12.0<>n'n
•WASHINGTON. BuHet. 1.50 pm 2.00 pm
•'•ROYAL LTD." Diner. 3.50 pm 4.U0
•WASHINGTON, Diner. 5.60 pro 6.oi> pm
•WASHINGTON. Buffet. 6.50 urn 7.00 pm
•Dally.
Through Dally Trains to the West.
Leave New York City. 2."M St. Llb'y St.
CHICAGO. PITTSBI'RO. 7.80 am 8.0»> em
I'lili'Aiio, COLUMBUS. 11.50 am 12.00 n'n
PITTSBURG, * I.i:VKI.D. 3.50 pm 4-00 Pm
i "PITTSBURO LIMIT* D." 6.50 pm 7.00 pa
< IN" „sT.l.i>ris.l>>ri.sv.. 11.50 pro 1.30 am
CIN..ST.LOUIS,LOriSV.. U.sOam 10.U0 am
CIN.,BT.LOUIB.LOUISV., 5.50 pm «.00 pm
Offices: 245. 434. 1300 Broadway, 6 Astor
House, 108 Greenwich St., 25 Union Square
W.. sal Grand St., N. V.; 343 Hilton St..
Brooklyn; West 23d SI and Liberty St.
After « j>. m. Sleepir.K Car Reservations
an.i full Information ragardtoa trains, etc..
can be obtained at Bureau of Information,
! U & O. It. R.. &d St. Terminal. 'Phone
I No., Chelsea 3144.
N. V., N. H. & HARTFORD R. R.
Trains depart from Grand Central Station.
421 St. ana 4th Aye.. as follows for
Boston via New London & Frov.— ttS:OSt
ttl!10.-00. |'ilO:(ii>, •x,:10:02 A. M-.
+ ! 1.-00, 'xj 11:03. •xVS:(m. 5:00,
•• 5:05, * T I2:W) P. M.. via. Wlllltnantlc—
■«- «•:: A, It., t2:0I P. M.. via SpM. -
t9:13 A. M.. •||12:00. • '4:00. • U.'*>
P. M.
Wor'ster i- Fitch., via Putnam. tS:M> P. M.
I^.kevllls & Norf —;•»:«> A.M.; 13:32 P.M.
Portland & Kar Ifarbor via Wore.— tV P.M.
<Jt. Barrtnctoa, Stockbridg*. Ijenox. Pitts
field—t4:M, "MO". A. M.. si JO, t3:36 P.M.
Ticket otSees at cOrand Central" St'n an^l
clSSth -r also at • ■•-•4.".. I3M>, cI.W-* B'way.
c 25 1 ..ii, Bq., elB2 Fifth Aye., cMS Colum
tJS ..■ . ci(49 Madison Ay».. clO5 W. 123 th
Bt 2703 Thirl Aye. in Brooklyn, c«
Court St., 47!» Noatrand Aye.. 390 B'way.
•Dally. tßscept Sundays. T >tops at 123 th
Ft. KSteps at 1 2MB St. Sundays only.
JParlor far United. {Sunday parlor car
train. ' lias dlnlnK car. .Parlor and
H>«rlne ("a.- tickets n!»->. sSaturdays only.
imsU ¥ALLEY.
Toot i if vv. S3 1 A.''<Jrtlsndi»r.dL<e»brosn>«S[».f|.
«I»lly. B'mdßJ:l»7.«A.b»._,e: 4V di> D.VSS is 4S.
" iLv N V ,A Lv N.VTB
BuT»loEipre««.. ' *17 40A M. r *e7 SO AM
Muffalo-Chlratro Express. .. »aT 40 A M *ll» SO a If
lffalo-t hi.iuto Eiprene. .. *j9 40 A Ml *d» "O > x
I.A. Ii I'tAMnNIJ r.\l' •11.53 » a # 13 CO J. 1 *
Chic A Toronto Vff>t. Kxp..'*CS <0 r M 'xS.4O m
THE BITFALO TIU IS .1 •• V Ml •» I*' f M
' ticket bfllcei and 1460 Broadway.
WORK WANTED.
Malay
TOVXO MAN, colored, neat, willing and
obliging, wishes to tmike a change In his
fit employed by one. of tn»
argest Jewelry houses In the country; high
est reference in>m present employers; also
from law firm and real estate dealer. Ad
dresa W. Dunn ■::!•• 229 West fßd lit.
Vi>in<; MAN. 2i>. at driver. J. .letter.
442 Cntral Tark West.
Fvmai—
BOOKKEEPER.— Kzparleaesd double »n
try understands typewriting; rererecc*.
Florence Herman. fB East llhtn st.
DCRAND CS6 L#«lnittoa ay«.. near 64th
St.. back froat I'arls; epe^lal department
for modernizing (towns.
COMPANION, Ac— By refined, educated
lady, of Northern birth, of good business
capacity, as companion. «>r business position
of trust, excellent references. Address
l; D. C. 1717 kens ft . Columbia. 8. C
FOLDING, ad.lresslng. tvpewrltlng; day cr
week. 8., SB Morton at.. Brooklyn, see
-. Address only.
GOVERNESS, * c - — Young German lady as
governess or lady's maid; many years'
experience; best of reference. Address K.
X. . llox »4, Trlbuna Uptown OSBca. 1304
Broadway.
OPERATOR on private switchboard by
young- lady; best reference and experi
ence. Sehroeder. :'.07 Crescent »t., B'klyn,
SPANISH lnKttuctl«n; children have th«
eppoSfUnlty to learn Spanish with proper
a, ,'. at, by native teachers; » lesson*. Jt«: $5
for two pupils. M . 4-7 41st St.. Brooklyn.
BTENOGRAPBER. EnslMi; al-o French.
hlfth school education; expert typewriter:
refined, obliging: b»-»t references. Miss
LAWenkron, I4"> !U\emeyer St.. Brooklyn.
STKN'HIKAI'HKi;. typewriter, telephone
operator; exper lanced; 110. Gene\l«ve
Kverett, 'M Morton »t.
STENOGRAPHER.- Experienced, accurate
ami willing work-r. Address Miss Spears,
237 llenrj' S*
BTENOORAPHER, assistant bookkeeper.
experlen.-e con tractor's office; $7. Ida
<;..!, lberger. 07 West ILMh St.. room 60.
STENOGRAPHER — Bright. Intelligent,
well niu.-ate.i woman, possessing a thor
ough knowledge of the English language,
combined with five years' experience as
stenographer and typewritlst in electrical
work, manufacture of sheet metal goods,
etc.. desires responsible, remunerative po
sition. Advertiser. 140 A Lexington aye.
BrookJy*.
STENOGRAPHER, typewriter, assistant
\ <>. 'kkeeper; KnoJ penman; accurate; ex
perienced; references: '910. Reynolds. US
Charles st.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPIST In commer
cial houses one year's experience; salary
$&. Address R. 8.. ISO Avenue It.
TEACHER.— By North German college
graduate (Hanover. Paris); fluent French
and German; English branches: good mu
sic; highest references from schools and
families. Address Successful Teacher. Trib
une Uptown Office. 1304 Broadway.
TELEPHONE OPERATOR.— Bright, Intel
ligent young woman, having two years'
experience In central office, wishes place at
private board. Operator. 827 Kosclusko St..
Brooklyn.
VISITING GOVERNESS. — By Southern
college girl; elementary, higher Eng!l»h
branches; Latin, music. N*. J.. Miss Fitz
gerald's Bureau. 508 3th aye.. corner *"d st.
YOUNG WOMAN wishes any light work
»n ii hotel, by the week. Address Tailor.
410 West 56th st.
YOUNG LADY as telephone operator. Mc-
Neely. 25 Grove st.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
Mai*
ATTENDANT. NURSE or VALET to
bachelor in apartment, or position ft
trust; good cook, massage; English, aged
42. Morris. 220 East BSth st.
lil'Tl^Bt. Ac —By a Japanese: tall: butler.
valet; thoroughly experienced; fully com
petent all duties in highest service; neat
appearance; personal reference; go any
where. A.. 107 Cherry st.
COACHMAN— By a middle ag«d man or
lonic experience with road and carriage
horses; understands his business In every
detail; first clats reference, and security
If required. Address H. U. «83 6th aye.
JANlTOß.— Respectable colored man as
Janitor; has wife; no children: reference
If required. Samuel Holmes. 104 West 6M
at., basement. ___^__
VALET, COURIER— By young man. ac
customed to travel: or would take placo
In city; speaks several languages; good bar
ber, tailor, .-.. highest city references. S.
Crispin, r_tttrsoa Hotel. W West ««th st.
OCK.W <rr'\MFR«.
ALL THE WAY BY WATER . ["p} /"rpv (^TFI'TTifsXI
Between NEW YORK and I D \\j) <^) [j V_Uu\J
The Metropolitan Line New Express Triple Screw Tur'oine Stizl \
An Entirely New Service— Route via Long Island Seund and the Atlantic Ocean
—Fastest and Most Luxurious Steamship Service in America— Leave New York. Pier
«6. North River, foot West Tenth Street. S p. M.. due Boston 8 o'clcck follo-.vsa* I
morning.
Week days and Sundays— schedule in opposite direction— r ave Boston
from India Wharf— Music — Daintily furnished staterooms with bath— Caf4 on Har- |
rtcar.e Deck— Lounging. Reading and Writing Rooms— Meals a la carte. Express ,1
Service for Freight and Automobiles.
Tickets and staterooms from New York, also returning- from Boston at 200 Ii
Broadway 'Phone 1000 Worth— a North River. Phons CSSO Spring, asd at ! !
principal Tourist and New York Transfer Company office*.
KffIRTH GEfiBRSAQ. LOOT.
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Cectle(nw).Oct.ls.lo AMlCeclle(nw)Nov. IS
Kaiser... 22. 10 AM Kai^r Nov. 13
K.Wm.ILOct. 'Si. 10 AM X .Win. II. Nw. *-"«
Kronprinz. . Nov. 5. 1! pMtKronprtex. .On 3
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
•Main Oct. 17. tO AM "P. Irene.. Nov. i
•Hannover. Oct. 23. AM ! *Gneisenau.Nov.l4
Barbarossa.Oct.2-J.lO AM «Malr. Nov. 21
Kurfuerst..Oct.3l.lo AM! Barbarossa.Nov.'-S
•Bremen direct.
Mediterranean Service.
OIB'LTAR— NAPLES— GENOA, at 11 AM.
Connecting at Gibraltar for Algiers.
K. Albert Oct. 1!>!K. Albert Nov. 30
• Neckar Oct. 2«;*Neckar Dec *
Frledrlch Nov. 2|FrledricT» Dec. .
K. Lulse Nov. 16; K. Luis- Jan. 4
•Omits Genoa.
From Bremen Piers. 3.1 & 4th Sts.. Hoboken.
AROUND THE WORLD TOURS
East and West.
N. O. LLOYD EXPRESS LINE
MARSEILLES—NAPLES—ALEXANDRLV
German— Mediterranean— Levant Line.
Marseilles— Genoa via Naples to the Levant.
ROYAL ROUMANIAN MAIL STEAMERS.
— Constantinople—Smyrna— •
Alexandria.
North German Lloyd Travellers' Checks
Good All Over th« World.
OELRICHS * CO., No 5 Broadway. N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. 1016 Walnut St.. Phlla.
HAMBiUIIRC-AMEBHCAta
TWIN SCREW EXPRESS AND PASSEN
GER SERVICK. --.',;
London | tPretona.oct.i2. s:3O am
3«? .^ •Amerika(nw)«)ct.lT.2» > M
ria Plymouth. j tpatrlrta 10. 3:30 I'M
n ari _ •D°'t.«chland.Oct.24. 7 AM
h'ariS •.p.Uncoln(nwH)ct.2H.BAM
via Cherbourg i •Kalsertn(nwiOct.3l. noon
Hamburg I t^ersee ..Nov. „IS
•Amon^ special features of these. vessels
*re: Grill Room. Gymnasium. Palm Gar
den. Rltz-Carlton Restaurant, Elevators
Electric Baths.
t Sails to Hamburg direct
lral__Jiy]ibl_P Ifii/A\ 11 1&«)
To Plymouth. Cherbcur-c and Hamburg.
@Kffil AND UPWARD ACCORDING
l^)nj;|_l TO STEAMER AND LOCATION.
Gibraltar"! Moltke ..Oct. 15. ll:30AM
UUUr Hamburg.... Nov. 5.3 Pil
Batavla Nov. 21. 10 AM
Naples LMcilke... Nov. 2S. 11 AM
r I P. Llncoln(nw)Dec.s. 5 AM
i--.~~ I Hamburg Jan. 4
uenoa J HatavU Jan. 14
Alexandria £p ecla! «?. b » s. a.
Hamburg. Jan. 4 and
via Gibraltar. Feby. 13.
To Italy in 8 DI7S
By S. 6. DBUTSCHUUCIk. Feb. *, '08.
TOURIST BURBAU.
R. R. Ticket*. hotel accommodations, and
general Information about foreign travel.
Travellers' Checks Good All Over the
World.
Company's Offices. 35 Broadway. K. T.
and up. FIRST CLASS BY THE !
■ccorolnc to FOLLOWING LINKS
steamer. FOLLOW I > l-» LINb-fe
AMERICAN UNE gluing mt ft.Jo A. _.
PLYMOUTH— CHERB'G— SOUTHAMPTON
St. Louis Oct. 12 St Paul Oct. 28)
Philadelphia.. Oct. in Sew York Nov. !.
RED STAR LINE f; 0! £ ™*
NEW YORK— DOVER— ANTWERP.
Zeelar.d Oct. 12. » AMI Vaderlaun.Oct. 26
Finland. Oct. IS) 3 I'M Kr •.".:.'. Sot. t>
WHITE STAR LINE £ or £ l £ p
NEW YORK— Q'NSTOWN— LIVERPOOL. '
•Celtc. ..Oct. 17. -*.;i> I'M T.al--, Oct. 31
•Arabic Oct. 24. 7 AM'*Ctdrlc N■< 7 |
PLYMOUTH— 'JHERB'G— SOUTHAMPTON
•Teutonic. Oct. 10. 10 AM i •Majestic Oct. 30
•Oceanic. Oct. 23. 6:30 am; i-*A<irUtt.-.Nov 8
tNew, 26.(100 ton;; has Elevator.
Gymnasium. Tmitlsh Bath, and 'Ban*.
NEW YORK * TTA 7 A. C".7aT
BOSTON TO HA— i * C^slrt
Via Azores, Madeira. Gibraltar. Alder*.
•REprilUC. Oct. 24. Nov. 30. Jan. 23
•BOM* NIC. Oct. 2«, Dec. 5. Feb. 1
•CRETtC Nov. T. Dec. 11. March » I
•CANOPIC . ■'». IS, Jan. 11. Feb. _M
*CEBRIC™& Ssj JAN. 4. FEB. «'
PASSBNOER OFFICE. » BROADWAY.
Freight on.*. Whitehall Bids-. Battery PI
Law ISates to EtMK
by I6HE hm iras
of TUB
North German Lloyd
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse
Kronprinz Wilhelm
Kronprinzessin Cecilie
and Kaiser Wilhelm 11.
THE FASTEST STEAMSHIP IN THB
WORLD. AVERAGE 23.3S KNOTS.
TO EGYPT
BT THE NORTH GERMAN LLOTD
TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS STEAMSHIP
Kaiser Wiltelm Uer Grosse
VIA GENOA AND NAPLES.
JANUARY IBTH AND FEBRUARY 29TH.
For particulars apply to
OELRICHS &. CO.. 6 BROADWAY, N. T.
KALLO^T STEAMSHIP CO.
Fleet of splendid moJern steamships.
Finest service. Low Colonist rates. Alii
sailings from Pier 13 to 16, _. lv, near
Fulton St.. 12 neon. I
GALVESTON, Tues.. Thurs.. Sat.;j
MOBILE. Frl.: BRUNSWICK, Ga.. 1
Frl.; KKT WEST. Sat.
Freight and Passengers to the South.
West and Southwest, including Texas,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kan
•as. New and Old Mexico. Colorado,
Arizona and California.
Tickets and all Information. 290 Broad
way & SO South, near Fulton St., N. Y.
OLB DOMUIiW LOME.
DAILY SERVICE.
For Jamestown. Exposition. O'.d Point
Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth, Ptnner's
Point and Newport News, Va.. connecting
for Petersburg. Richmond. Virginia Beach..
Washington. I>. C. and entire South and
West
Freight and passenger steamers sail front
Pier a). N. It., foot or Beach St.. every
week day at 3 P. M.
W. L. WOODROW. Tragic Manager.
IFodd 0 LFcidcpGcid ffiaGOD
Steamships of the RED "D" LINE will
•all from Pier 11. near Wall St. Ferry.
Brooklyn, for San Juan direct as follows:
6s. Caracas . Saturday. Oct. 12. noon
Ba. Philadelphia Saturday. Oct. M. noon
For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BUSa * DALLETT.
General Managers. 62 Wall St.
T>ED * D" LINE
-*-*■ For La Guayra, Puerto Cabello,
Curacao and Maracalbo. via Curacao.* call
ins also at dan Juan. P. R. :
Si Caracas Saturday. Oct. 13. noon
St. Philadelphia.... Balu»day. Oct. >%, noon.
For La Guayra, Curacao, Maracalbo: i
6s. ZulU Saturday. Oct. 1». noon !
Ss. Maracatbo Saturfaq. Nov. 2. noon j
These steamers have superior accommo
dations (or passengers.
BOL'LTON. BUSS ft PALLF.TT.
General Managers. Pit Wai! St.
/mncnrSfTfl'Tf* clark tenth an-
UUuuUL—IMI U NUAL CRUISE. Feb. 6.
______ — "08. M days, by specially :
chartered 8. B. "Arabic." 16,000 ton*
THREE TOURS ROUND THE WORLD.
FRANK C. CLARK. Times Bldg.. N. Y.
«T A VELOCE"— Italian Line.
■—* Sailing from Pier 84. North RW«r.
ft. of 34th St.. for Naples and Genoa.
H»rtn>ld. Solar! _■ Co.. BO Wall St
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WASTED.
Female.
COOK. *c. — Competent woman: good cook
and laundress; small family: will take,
position as working housekeeper: city or
country; call personally; moderate wages.
Bolon, 233 West 19th St.
CHILDREN'S MAID, with American fam
ily, by respectable young girl, lately
landed: speaks German, French. Answer
by mall, car* of Mrs. Sterner. 184 West
Broadway. ___________________
DAY'S WORK. — Colored woman wishes
day's work or washing at home. Rich
mond. 454 West 38th at.
DAY'S WORK washing and trot-Ing, by re
spectable colored woman; will take wash-
Is* home. His. Mitchell. 100 West 13Uh st.
. - ■ ■- - ■ -
9
OCEAN STE.\MBKS._
THE ORIENT
MADEIRA. SPAIN AND THE MEDITER
RANEAN"
Grand Cruise
BY THQ MAGNIFICENT PASSENGER
S. S. JYIOLTKE
LEAVING NEW YORK
JANUARY 29
DURATION T» DAY 3 •
COST |sM UPWARD
ALSO CRUISES AND SERVICES TO TH3
WEST INDIES. JAMAICA. MED
ITkiRRANEAN A ADRIATIC.
ITA^Y. EGYPT. XIU3 SER
VICE. BERMUDA & NASSAU.
HAKBUSG-AME2ICAH LINE
35 AND 37 BROADWAY. NEW TORS]
90 State St.. Boston- 1334 Walnut St.. Phlla.
(&Q.KQAQBOD ILOKIiE^,
From Piers 61 .•2. North Uiver.
TO LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENSTOWN.
PASSENGERS ItOOKUD THROL'GH TO
LONDON AND PARIS.
ETRURIA » OCT. 12. 9:30 A. 3_
LUCANIA Oct. 15. 11 A. M.
T.I'SITA.VIA WUmbrta Oct. 2S)
CARONIA Oct. .- CAMPANIA.. Nov. 3
SALOON REDUCTIONS ALL STEAMERS
Lusitania. Oct. 19. Nov. 16, at $72.50.
laBBJSSt, Fastest. Finest in th» ■World.
HUNGARIAN- AMERICAN SERVICE.
TO FITTMF. VIA
GIBRALTAII. NAPLES ASP TRIESTE.
RUAVONIA. Ot I. 24. noon ; Mar. IS
PANNONIA Nov. 14. nocn: Mar. 29
' "vr.PATHT '„T.'.:iiNm2>; IW), Apl.»
SPECIAL MFMTBRRANFAN CRUISES.
CALLINfJ AT MADEIRA.
U^riU.a. t»Jau. 4. 19OS 1
20.000 tons J »Feb. 1-* I •railing at
Cannanla I . Jan . HrH r Alexandria
20,'»^> tons. J1» <i J
VERXO.V H. BROWN. Cen'l Agent.
21-24 State St.. opposite the P>attery.
ALL ABOARD I
Last tours tola sea-*
■on. S. S. HER*
irriA.v Oct. la. 1%
Nov. «. 18. 27.
■E Ml
Ml Ezpeises inclciel
DECIDE NOW AND
GET GOOD ROOMS.
OTIIEK TRIPS AND TICKETS EVERT*
WHEBG.
THDS. COOK & son
24." 1200 Broadway. 640 Madison Aye..
.■63 F'.fth At .• <V.'ind3fr Arca.le). Near YorlC.
BTCAM BOATS.
""DflQDDD©©Ba rao^iiß "
BY DAYLIGHT.
Palatial stsa— era -HENDRirK HUDSON.*"
•NEW YORK" ar.i "ALBANY" of lh»
liu-ison Itlv^r Day Line, fastest and rlr.eag
river boats In the world.
Leave Brooklyr.. Fulton St. <by Annex), 8;
Desbrosses. !«:4O: W. 42d St.. »:«>: W. 129t1»
St.. ft:?! A. M Landing at Yonkera. W»st
Point. Newbur^h. Poug'.ikeepsle. Kirtgrton
Pclnt. Catsklll. Hudson and Albany. Daily.
except Sunday. Special trains to ~aratr.g*.
and easy connectiors to ai: points E»«r.
North and West. Through ticket* and bus
gaga checked at offices of X. Y. Transfer
Co. Through rail ticker* between N. T.
and Albany accepted Including: Jamestowo.
Most delightful one day ojtings to Wests
Point. Newburgn or Povß:-k?<?>3ie. return-*
l-« on down boat. Resta\ir«n : open all jay.
TaMe d'hote breakfast. 73c. Music.
EgtEIPTMEEILQKIff
Via Boat * Trolley. — Via Boat & Kai;.
Fall River $l.w|Provkl^ni<!> - SI.3J
Newport . Sl._.|j;«— Ueiford . Jl.Sa
Correspordlnß I'.e.iuctions to AM Points.
Strs. COXXECTICCT & RHODE -:.ANa,
Safet> — Convenience — Comfort — _uslc.
Leavo X Y. Daily and <unlar. Hi
X. R.. ft. W. 44th St.. 5:30 ■' il.
Tel. 4:34— Br> ant.
Ticket I 2»> r.m'iway | 31 We«t ."!Oth St.
Offices I Tel. Mt3 Worth ITel. r>432 Mad. SO, ]
ALUANY. < ■•• EXCCRSIOX. *-' 3<>-
Superb S;e:i!iiers ('. V.'. Morse an.t Adt-»
ronlack.— l-eave l*ier 32. N. H.. w«k day*
only t> p. m XT. ISSth, 8:3« p. m. AL—
i: ANY. th« V.'est ani Xortli. Fin* r '■-••
Music Oors'-ous searchlight exhibit. «?onv«
fortable stateroom*, with or without bath.
LOW RATSS - CITIZENS ™°*
N. Y. To TROT. *1.~ : E3CTXRSIOX. $2.
Steamers Dean Rtehnumd and Greenport.
— 1. iv- Pier 4t». N. R.. week days (except
Saturdays) ana Sundajs at 5 p. n>.
FT? (_5 < Tf Vi) -J NEW POINTS IJS
IB Uy fe) U Vii» LM] NEW ENGLAND.
V \LL RIVER 1.1.VK. Tla Newport and Kail
P.lvcr. Lv. Pier 1». N. R . ft. Warrea St.,
week days an.r S'jndays. 3:<X> p. m.. Stnu
Prtscll'* and Provlder.cir. Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE. :or New London. Nor-*
wioh. Worcester. Lv. Pier 40. N. R.. ft.
riarkgon St.. week days only. 3p. m . Pies'
Ti>. B. R-. ft- K. 22d ft.. K::'.i> p. m. Strs.
Chester W. »*hapin and rlty .if Lowell.
NEW IAVEN LINK for N>w Haven ar.4
North. Leave Pier 20. Fast River, —eel*
days only. 2:45 p. m. ; foot East 2_i St.,
3 p. m. steamer Richard Peck.
■ TBML illlSll UIE.
y.txlzrg':., ?o*_eepsle i^c^iaut
From Pier 'J4. North Uiver. week days, 4 P.M.
For NEWBVBUI week days. SP. M.;
Sundays. » A. M. ; West !2Wh m.. A.M.
CATSKILL, HUDSON AND
COXSACSIB BOATS
Lear» Pier 42. X. R.. week daya. * V. M^
BCSIXES3 CXX<\NC_S.
„,__ , - - — . ----■■--
OFFICE IN PARIS, well located, owned by
well known gentleman, with numeronJ
connections. 1« offered to Am«lc— enter
prises at moderate coudiiions. Address
Gamptfrt. l>7 rua St. Lazara. Paris (France).
$3 m*> BUYS >\>R_ULA: something new:
breath purifier: no%y on the market. ■ Par-»
ticulars at Me Dcnald- Wiggins Co.. 23"
Broadway.
BOARDING HOL*3E on 3th aye.; IS finelr
furnish' i rooms; income. $USO per month;
net protita. *^30. price. *4.'*>»>. houau all
nicely decorated; this is a \ery good bar
gain. Arply McDonald-Wiggins Co.. 25*
Broadway.
Ss.d» WILL BIT! hash grad» novoltr
manufacturing business; this city; lame>
stock on hand; Ms demand for this Una
of < ■'•Is. see samples at our office 11..-
Dopald-— Tlgg'.n» C"-. 257 Broadway.
CARPET C—KAXINO.
H.Y.Carpet Cleanirrc;
Oldest. Largest. Most Modern.
4»7 ANt» 4X» WEST 43TH ST.
Tel. 4ti92-4693 Erya&t. Established IS3T.
W. H. JORDAN. EDWIN LENT—
IT**. W. W3ULBAMS
sis t, un si. cj_n fc 3 u .
CAK?ET CL-ANLNG. _»— hHstWd la:3.
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.—
' Cleans by compressed air. steam, band <.*
en floor. 15&4 broadway. 421 Ea-t «ia at.
COB * BRA>*r>— TeU 132— 3Sth.
i jrYPEWRrr~Ks. |
I TTPEWRTTERS— An make* sold, rented,
repaired, exchanged: reliable servic—
Gorman. 7* Nassau st. Telephone 27 JO—
Cortlandt.
REMINGTON. $5; Hammond. Bill ■SliatsiC
fer, »7 SO: Williams. $10; Manhattan. $13j
repalrlns; open evenings. Q*y. 1533 Man*
•on a y •.

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