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ffIVRCa AND KELIGIOI'S NEWS AND NOTES
griT SEXtOM ASSISTANT MDfiSTEM AT CHURCH OF
Till: HOLY COMMUNION.
-^ gey. Samuel IL Jobe. ho ha* Just been ap-
*T. tli* senior assistant minister of the Church
*«I* Holy Communion, was born in England in
CDmbift to this country in his early youth, Im
red &' ct - Stephen's College. New York, and
*° ms graduated from Trinity Coilese. Con-
s *te^* te^ . receiving there the decrees ot A. B. and
"*"-ir h« became a student at the DMiSiaHj of
i "i Germany. a=d o: Columbia University, Xew
Jj^mj' in I£»S he waa graduated rrom the Gen-
THE BEY. SAMIEL H. JOBE.
Nf , sssirtant minister of the Church of the Holy
Ccmniunicn.
•rai Tti^olnjrcnl Semtairy. % -" Tork, which ccn
«*rr»Hi on h:n: U*e degrw of B. D.
Dsr!T!«r tb* '&*'< ot* years h» has b»en r»ctor of
Ckrim CJm&iC Boro>nto«TU N. J.. wh«r»> h*> nade
th# rhiirr?> tN> «our>-e ar.<2 crtr- of iarjr» and la*t
tnr isS'J*"" 1 -5 - c '""^ t^ !f * initiariv*. and always
r-tiir*-.! th* K»fl ta the orsanizat:on of th*> Bor-
B<-ard cf Traj" Improvement Associa
. !pn Al?-' < ' established and pla<-»d on an nsdur
—e touaixtico th* EordentCTra «."l::h. the whoi*
(wiTO* c*>r:tr« for social p^s'im" for all th» m«»n in
A.s s carter h« pth the r*sp»rt. the - Meni
an 4 t^• efT^ctjcn of th? peopled both -within and
.^-..i,,,,., >. ; c rnrrrpratiT. A? a preacher h* is az-
ETagciv*. r«*rsuas:v». «.a-iuclng. As a man a^^Tisr
tt.«t h» rrrr.rr.mls temedlat* r^-og-siit-r-n.
GENERAL ITEiIS O~ THE WEEK.
~i~» Errtherh"""? r - St AJndrfr. In conjunction
irth Christian tejiEea of other orjraalrationa, will
rt>c«i~» the T>-«>-V; >cc:r.r:r;r Sunday. ?C <■»-,-«• mb*r a
»« a week ef pr^iai prayer.
- ; "* ■ - r
i vr?.) *« resumed, and the R.«v. Dr A IT
rrsrs. tibe paster, will preach 8t II a. m. on "Giv.
tec st: Accw::;' cJ Ourselves," *»r <l at . p. m. on
"Esiluis?: a Ctty."
Is Ertgsrs Presbytoricn Church --„ ... witl h^
r-ssned ro-mcrrr>-K- morrii^g. I>r. M i oxie. th«
parlor, has jrturr.ed from his vacation and will
jrtdi « 11 o'deck.
Th* Mernpol:Tar T^rnple services are beir.sr
rrsdn»3T Tmpwed :;s rh^ fall season aavanres. In
tte -■-,-.---- abs?r,r«> of Dr. Dill next Sunday. th»
Err. Dr. E. S. L^-sr.s. cf Cincinnati, xvill occupy
rfce pdjrft la thr- morr.tr.?: and the R«r. Madison
C. Peters in ts<> <=v*>r!in?r. The or«?n parliament on
Monday *v«»r,ir.e promises to be most .....
Religious Xoiiccs.
2\- ■ rz.t* a line.
At Fifth Avenue Baptist Church,
4 V»~ST 4fiTH FTREET.
Tfcfc church win r<v-,;<ri r>»ndav. Sept. 2Wh.
Tho Bin: CKARI^ES F. AKEP. I'D..
■apm to-mcrmw. both morning and evening.
Servl!-»s at II a. in. and - p. m.
AT LENOX A.VENTE CXTXABIA» CHCBCH.
Csw 12?«* Street Berwtowi at rieren.
ECSnCES VILL COMMENCE FEPTKIIBER 27TH.
En-. JIEP-LE FT. OROIX V.7U<;HT. Minister.
TSPJCK CHCBCH.
Fifth \vrou» asd Thirty-seventh Ff»et.
**tat— 5^" v vnLLJAM R. RICHARDS, I). U.
la * nm: tß*T ROBERT DAVIS.
B«v. MAIyX'Lil T. ITUE«->l>. D. T>..
Tsraciia. "'ail'omia. -tt;!] preach at 11.
Jl:cir«*k service. Wednesday. 8' V- *»
stran£ers -B-elcom*-.
BEOADWAT TABERNACLE,
Br^aitvav and 50t!i st.
I*nb!i'- mnVs lla- m- an<i S JJ- m
Sir. DC BOIS H. LOUX. Ph. D-. » H! preach.
Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church,
Rev. CHAJOJES I* (iOOIJEIJL P. IX. Pastor.
raciir.; by t^e Pastor at io:4i a. m. and 7:*5 P- m -
CALTjUIY. "SV. r.Tth. Dr MA '"ARTHUR-— H. rise's
Br.ce"; g "Patr:- 1: and ireUnil." Calvary Grand
Q* 0»0). Bam-Ttian. Con. Curr-nt events, claas.
Jt' -36 a. m. Subject. "Patriotism and Religion."
CECTBAL PEESBTTEKIAN CHCBCH,
ST "th st b*t. Broadway. ~t!i aye.
B«v. WILTON UEm_E SMITH. D. D.. PaJFtor.
Eev. GEORGE H. .-MYTH. Jr.. AsSiStam.
»« ri lc» a: v a ni. I>' Smith \v:il 7>n»acn. In ta«
•^t-'ac *t v, pnbabfe srerOow of TEXT EVANGEL
»«U.Tr^e 20 «.v»nir.if ser.lc«.|
i-tEE3EHAIf S.-IEN.-E SERVICE?. Fun Jay niorninsrs
O: funda;- »T»;.:r.c» 8; w><Jn«».iay <?vfcniri«rs. S. FIFTH
-JTTECK ijF CHSIST. 9CIEXTIST. .. - "R" s 4^tb et-
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION.
• Fttth Av>r.a» ar.d Tentti Street.
, Her. PEUCT SttCKXET GRANT. Rector.
•" a. a. — l! u r:;:ss til Ice a:j<l sermon frector).
J* 9- *■ — Evening »<?r%ii» a*;'l serTn«n (r^ctnrt.
*z?-£?'' t " houid the Churches Tal:e a Hand la
Cm^lTH OF THE UIVINE PATEKXITT,
Central I-ark W^t md ■-■ St.
_ s»rv.-«-5 rrK!itn«"l at 11 a. m.
a^' FRANK OUTER HAL— P. T).. will -aeh.
""Wet: T-Egfcujnaj Religion." All ,-» vtleme.
•ta <;F THE HEAVENLY nEST.
sth »•».. abov» *r.?Ti »t.
R*- KEKSERT SHIPIIAN. Hertor.
Sen-ice* ■ and 11 a. m.. p. m.
Tb« Efrjijr Wi ;< prr^.*-'-, at 11 a. m.
OF THE INCARNATION. Ma<J;«or. are.
a*- «C r.v -W-. vi. gro.SVKNOR. D. r>.. Bector.
c- jc. Jioly rorr.m union: 11 am.. Morrins Prayer
S-raor..
- : ?i^? ai !?*" THE PCarrAJCS.' l3ott rt. and sth ay.
Bi^Bfria! Kn-:-P f OT Mr. IRA P. FAXKET wfO V*
*-2!r.-rr>» f. v .!:; r . X T*ier» rrl!! l<^ quart«, duet ana
- or I,:* n« Jamous hymns,
CHLEOI OF ZION AND ST. TrMOTHY.
t> .TU w«j.t .".7th ***'■
lta_ £**■ KESRv LI'BE-CK. D. <*. Lv. Rer"»r.
jjT^'-oataor.ion . *:<>na. m.
*3T-t^ . .ll:<)0 a. m.
i
** Dv»n»onif .".'.! l! ' lT *.".*." '.ly.'.l 4:<J " P- m
rirr H ATESCE PUeSbYTERIAN OHLTKCU.
Kifth 4wm and Kit* Ktrwt.
v B*rrSpe« «rt 11 s m. and 4 p. ■
Jiev. J. Wilbur Chapman, D. D.,
tt! " !! in'm-a E\-ane»-!ii^. mill preach In ihe moraln*
Strat:jr»r» nr«> «-^rti»:!y tnvit»-l.
Final HaJly of Tent Movement.
gl ( "^rle> M. Alexander in T-nt Evan^-l.
Ip» •;■ Wi]b,:r Chapaian. D. D.. &' .r;-«r.
• ar./i -!■:. at « j. jf. <«v<-rfl«7W BerrtOß In
j. <>at»«i iTubMftan Church. r if
Wi]^ Merle Smith. D. I'-. ">4a a r
In tent.
>urtj ; Presbj-terian Church,
PflPiTi* "kV»«»" kV »«» Knd Ay«" and !>lßt St.
£j! J Aa WHITAKEK WORK. D. P.. Pastor.
s»*->iiS ""^ITEK. I>. D.. of Manila. I'tilllppin*^.
31 * m - Y "«nK Peoples 15«-tlnc. 7V- ra
*^. )n Aye. Baptist Church, aSTi.
vliAßijQ; j^ rdoaDES, Ij. Ij.. will preach.
11 *. m. — "Tb^ Pr>w«T ot CTictc*."
___,EIIJUP; S<TJ'»<>U »:« A. M.
>-, STEAXGERK «<iRX»IAIJ.Y INVITETV
S*«b 4vcnae Bdonwd Church,
n_ Corner ">7th Street.
J- Abbott E. Kittredge will preach
«ti 8 m ' and 8P- m. All seats free
t
Special stress is now being laid on national and
local polities. The ever popular Saturday evening
entertainments are now resumed.
The Rev. Dr. Malroim J. McLeod will again oc
cupy tj'.o pulpit of the Brick Church to-morrow.
Those who had the privilege last July of listening
to his remarkable sermons in this same church will
be glad to know of tliis further opportunity of hear
ing h:rn. L»r. Mc.Leod is the pastor of a very suc
cessful church in Pasadena, Ca!., and his congrega
tion has recently erected a new church building.
Dr. MeL«»rxs is on his way to Palestine, his people
having arranged a special vacation for him.
The Tent Evangel, at 57th street and Broadway,
will hold its closing service to-morrOw. The Rev.
Dr. D. C. Hughes, the Go\*ernor's father and presi
dent of Tent Kvangel, and the Rev. G. W. ilcPher
son. the superintendent. wfQ have charge of tn
nnal services. This season has been the best in this
famous tent, 175,000 persons attending the services.
BISHOP GREEK'S PROBLEM.
Question of Lightening His Labors
Still Rife.
Episcopal clergymen retcralns; from their vaca
tlana are discussing the probable action at the
forthcoming convention of their diocese, whether
It wfH elect a bishop coadjutor, take steps to
create a new diocese of the rural counties, or let
things remain as they are, eznecttns; that soon a
law will be adopted by their Church permitting
the appointment or election of a bishop suffragan.
Much ends on what hi done by Bishop Greer.
4aked bJs opinion on the subject, he replied that
he would say nothing until the meeting of the
convention in Novmb«r. bet that be Intended say
ing some thinjr" at that time. It was impossible,
however, to gather from him what might b« his
probable eourae, and no other leader in the diocese
seems able to cive any information.
Five years ago this fall Bishop Potter a.-k">l
i=t2ii'-e. because the v.-r>rk of the diocese had
become too trr^at fnr nii<- hishoj'. It has not
jrrnwn less. and Bishop Greer is not a more vijs
onras man than was Bishop Potter in IPO3. The
nation i-"--ir;s: asked by r^turnir:? Episcopal rec
tors i=. Can Bishop Gr*»er do the whole work
aJone? ft i« known that Bishop Gr*»r has, as
Bishop Potter had n^t. a considerable number of
g»n«»ral win in«»s. ss the H"r« FSarm. th<» Church
InsTitut- fcr ifesjToea. and he 1?= a member of a
far sjresd number of national committees of his
Ch-ar<-h than ever Bi=hop Pciter could be induced
to assum»*.
X" bishop coadjutor <"3n b» rhoe unless BiehoD
Grtmr Bafca that cp» be It Is not thought likely
that h» wilt ask for one. unless in so dotne he
f:rr« = a special convention in January or Inter
for the »lection. ■•- oi-d<»r To give time for di -
Cission «f m e n to b<? eiect<>d Nor i? it known
that he favors either of the rw other modes of
relief— division of th<? h'oceae t election of a suf
fr^gar..
Taere is pending 3 law ."allowing the etectten of
raffragane Tnese an bishops who do not sac
c««*d upon the death •--" the diocesan, as dJd
Bishop Gr<;er upon th«» death of Bishop Potter.
The 12-*- is >hig enacted chiefly as a sop to the
<-or.tention of som^ negro Episcopalians who want
a bishop of their own. ... it .- in such form that
it can be taken advantage of by n«w Z ork if New
York so c--_- Lik* division, it canr.ot legally be
brought about until 1910 or 1911.
T I
MEMORIAL TO MR. SANKEY.
Ira D Sankey. the famo-j= companion of D. I*.
Moody, '-''<*. srhai is supposed to he his last song
s»rvi<-e in Manhattan before his long illness began
in the Church of th^ Puritans, lWth street and
Fifth avenue. To-morrow evening a meraoria] ser;
V j C « tr'll b«» h«ld in this church, at which his most
famous hymns will be sung. Th« pastor, the Rev.
Dr. C. J. Young, will be in charge.
Religious Notices.
SO aaaai a lice.
MADISON AVENUE PRES3YTERIAX CHURCH.
Northeast corner 73d Btr««
Ray. HENRY SLOANE COFFIN. D. D. / MIn <. t «..
B*V. WM. RAYMOND JELLIFFE. S 3lln"»tfrß
l*ubllc Worship at ] ' A. M.
Dr. COFFIN will • =rh.
ZVladison Sq. Presbyterian Church,
Kidkon avenu* and"24'.h strtet.
Rev. C H. PARKIII:R.-T. D. D.. Pa«or.
Rev. GEORGE Ft. MONTOOMERT, U lataat Minister.
r^bbatli icrvlce 11 a. m.
MR. MONTGOMERY WILXi PREACH.
MEMORIAL BAPTIST. ■SVashington Square. ED
TVARD JCDSON. Pa«tr>i-. — Tlifl P.pv. W. N. HI7BBKLL
v.-:i: pr^acli. lla. m., 'romin; Down from the Cross,"
and S p. m.. "Wh'.-n Defeat is Succers."
Metropolitan Temple,
JOHN WESLEY HILL.
-T— Rev. E. S. LEWIS. D. D.
S— Rev. MADISON C PETERS. D. D.
"On the CoTninjc Church."
Saturday evenlr.gr concerts resumed this evening.
Xorth Presbyterian Church,
l.".^th ft., bft. Broadway and Anufrdam Aye.
REV. JOHN K. MACKAT, PH. D.. PASTOR.
11 a. rs... "God's Asset in Our Life."
Old First Presbyterian Church,
sth ay*.. lit'" to I^'th s-;.
R-v HOWABO DCFFIEIJO. D. D.; Pastor.
ReT.rJAMES A. M'CAGI'E.. AsKistant Pastor.
Rev JOSEPH COCH&AIf. D. D.. wiii prea>-h «t 21 a. m.
Key. JAIIDS A. M'CAGI'E at ft p. n:.
RELIGIOUS OF FB1KXB&
Religious Kieftlnjrs. 11 a. BL, East 13ti< -:. tad
P.utherfuri P!a L e. Manhattan, and Schermerhorn sL.
near Puimu P'.ar-. Brookiys.
Rutgers Presbyterian Church,
-
Dr. Ma nzie.
,i •
<ZK<~<r.<V.~. CLARKE PECK. D I. '„:'•■
I] a. m. ar. I - -• '- by the M.:
St. Bartholomew's Church,-
Madison avenue eonwr uth street.
Tti- Bey. LEKIHTON PARKS. D. D.. Hector.
I .i m. — Holy COmnranion.
11 a m. — Moraine Pn and Sermon.
Preach«>T-, the Rector.
r. p. rr — Evening- Prayer.
c-t- Madison Avenue and l^Rtli Street.
ai.:..\n ••:.! hi resiE, Pa.stnr. •
JAMES Momiac Worship. 11. Evening. 8.
Si Paul's Methoui=t Episcopal Church,
"W"»«t End ay». aod BSUi »t.
Rev. GEORGE P. ECKMAN. r>. D.. Pastor.
1 1 a. in. and 8 p. m..
Preaching: by Rev. WILLIAM ACKROTD.
THE MIDDT^E- COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
3d aye. and 7th st.
Rev. JOHN G. FAGG, D. D.. Itloistar.
Roy. A. J. MUSTE
Ttill praacb at 11 a. vi. and 8 p. m.
THE JJAP.BL! COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
fith ay.- a.:^i 2»th «t.
Bar. DAVII"> JAS» BmRELL. r>. r-.. MlnUter.
ri«>v. ALFRED E. MYERS
•Bill preach nt 11 a. m. and f» p. m.
Mominsr: "Tho Dr-am of Ch-int."
Evenlcg: '"Jesus "n tIM Croat"
THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS,
ttla aye. «n<l 4Mh Ft.
P.ev. W. ROBRON NOTMAN. D D.. of Chleajm, 111.,
•ill preach Hi M a. m. and s p. m.
Mornlnjr: ! TLe <"u!t«re nf «h» Heart."
Bvenlax: "Th» ft»deemer"« Tri-nt."
THE WEST KNIt COLLEOIATK CTTtmCH.
V.V*t IZml aye. ■nd 77th ft.
P.»v HENRY EVEnTSON roHR, n l>.. IBalt*r.
Rev. THOMAK M-nHiT'F NT^HOT/P
wilt preirh at 11 a. m. Suhiert: '••'.-insultlne th« Kphrxl "
Preparatory lefture Weilnesday. r*ptember S3, at I p. m..
conducted by Dr. COCH.
FIR^T CHX'RCH. 121 st Ff.. n«»r 3d ay*. — ra«for. P.ev.
nENj' K. DICKHAJ.T. Uer\i.:e». 11 a. ra.. >- p. m.
iT^achlnK by th«- na*tot-.
I ENO3C AVENTf; <*lIT"Rf"lI. <~nmer 13XA rt. — Pastor.
r.m "eIKUK TILTON. Jr.. D. I». ServJees at 11 a. m..
fcp.m. PtearhhiK by »h« pastor.
IRSITV PLACK PRESBYTKRIAN '"HI R< i!.
ror '•' ' I'"" "t- fIPV GEORGE ALEXANDER. I». L •
Paatrw-' -~l*ubUr worchlp t.>-tnorrow at II a. m. «nd S
" '», f|,« t^rviccK 10-ni'-rrnw th* Pastor will preach.
Wednetlay evening Tvi-e at » o ' clerk. _
West iMid Presbyterian Church.
Amsterdam a"». and lfßth «t.
" Rerr A. BOWS* KEIGTTIN. D D., Pai -
p, J GARLAND HAMNEB. Jr.! ABSt Pastor.
Ur. K'lirwln will rr»«^n at 11 • m aad el I a. m.
WEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
on 424 «•• »>*♦«•*« 6th and 6th sv»«
1»v ASTHOST H. EVANK. D I>. rutw..
-rreache* at 11 a. ta. ••»« P p. is.
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBU>~E, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. T9OB.
Of Interest N£
n^ to *tOomen*
TO STrD! ECONOMICS
Growth of Progressive League and
Its Winter Programme.
! That there is a wonderful awakening among the
women of the country to the many economic ques
tions upon tiie problems of life is the conclusion
which has been reached by the organizers of the
"Women's National Progressive League, of which
Mrs. Gaylord Wilshire is president and Mrs. "Jack"
London. Mrs. Upton Sinclair and Miss Hildegarde
Hawthorne are members. This interest extends ap
parently to all classes, smd there is probably no
other feminine organization in the country which
Includes so many sorts and conditions of women.
Launched only a year ago. it now numbers among
its memhers factors* girls and social leaders, ac
tresses and school teachers, college women and
farmers' wives. The Colony Club has asked to
have a speaker sent to St. Vassar College is or
ganizing a branch, and women on the farms and in
the factories are clamoring for literature.
"The organization really seems to have sprung
out of the ground because It was needed," said
the secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Florence Triden,
in speaking of the work. Everything has been
done in response to a demand. , All the literature
which Is now being prepared was suggested by the
requests of members. For instance, one woman
writes that she wants to show her white ribbon
friends and other philanthropic workers how use
less it is to patch up social evils without removing
the causes, an i asks for some literature that will
help her. So we are going to prepare something
of that sort. In the same way the subject of every
pamphlet has been suggested.
■j-,-. chief interest seems to be in questions affect
ing women and children. We have many requests
for tafonnatton about working girls, about the
problem of the fallen woman and about the child
labor question. The enthusiasm of the farm
wom*>n and the ractory girls is quite marvellous,
and we try to meet their needs with little leaflets
that can be read through in five minutes. The
farmers' wives seem to be thirsting for informa
tion abont what other wjman are doing. They ask
for information about the women/a organizations
that they see in the newspapers and about the per-
Bonal lives of the leader*.
Although the National Progressive League was
organized under socialist auspices. its membership
is op<-n to all women Interested in social reform
and includes many non-socialists. The branches
are practically Independent. They take any name
they like and do their word In any way they like.
The r* : ral executive merely stand? ready to help
them if they want it. tt provides sp?akers and lit
erature, suggests courses of study and reading and
it fcoppa an organizer— Mrs. Carrie W. Allen—
stantly busy in New York and tbe vicinity.
T'i» course- of study outlined for this season be
gins tlte rroperly with "The Home." Following it is
that [thout which neither home nor society could
esi?t. namely. "Food." Th»n comes •'ludustry" and
"Agriculture," 'The Father as a Wage Earner."
"The Mother aF a Wage Earner." "Children as
Wae» Earners" and "Women and the Ballot."
Xot»s ,-,1 leaflets and lists of books are provided
under ■■•ach of these head?.
Thf leactj^ now hap brioches aU qv*t the coun
try, with m^mbera at larg«» in Canada and in the
Philippines. Th«r» are several braiv:h»s in Califor
nia, including the Wllliain Morris Club, of San Fran
claco. and there ia j larare ar.'l enthusiastic branch
of factory girls ir, Fittsburg. There is a big- one in
Kansas City, and several colleges are interested,
besides Vassar. Oklahoma has several branches,
nnri there are branches in T'tah. Texas, Illinois,
Montana. Massachusetts and many other states.
Th° farmers' wtvea are still members-at-large,
without any organization, but inme of them expect
to g?( together soon.
NEWS OF THE MAHZETS.
Little Change in Prices Since Last Week —
';A; A Fish Still High.
The continued high pric of fleh is becoming- mo
notonous, especially to the dealers. Butterflsh,
■weakfis;:. sea bass and bonita mackerel are each
15 cents a pound; floondera and porgiea are 12
cent? a pound. Kennebee salmon at 60 cent* a
penud and .'a!i rnia salmon at 23 cents a pound
are the same prices as last week. Halibut are 18
cents snd haddock 10 cents a pound. Fresh niack
erel, which are showing up again this week, are
35 cents each foi* medium size and $1 50 for the
largre ties. The fresh water fish include whiteflsh
at 30 cents a pound, salmon trout at 15 cents a
pound, yellow perch 12 cents, yellow pike 25 cent?,
carp S to 1° cents and eels 15 cents a pound. Soft
shfll crabs are Tj ■■en.* a dozen and hard shell craba
40 cents a dozen. Oysters are To cents a hundred
for stewing, and SI B0 a hundred for the fine ones.
Lobsters have risen to 35 cents a pound. Scallops
are GO cents a quart; two-thirds of the scallops in
the markets come from Rhode Island.
Veal has gone up a good deal; whereas a week
ago city dressed calves were 14 cents a pound, they
are 33 and 11 cents a pound wholesale this week.
Legs of veal are 19 cents a pound, loins 22 cents a
pound and fore quarters 16 cents a pound. Lamb
is inclined to be a little aper. Hind saddles are
16 cents, fore quarters li cents, chops IS cents, legs
16 cms and shou'.ders 9 cents a pound. Prime rib
roast is IS to 20 cents a pound, sirloin 25 cents and
porterhouse 2S cents a pound.
Butter -s stiU 2S cents a pound, but «gs show an
Increase of 2 cents, having- risen from 23 to 30
cents a dozen. The ,ltry market is quiet, but a
quantity of poultry is being fattened for the Jew
ish holidays.
Brussels sprouts are Just in; they are Z> cents a
basket Red ginger sells for 10 cents a dozen.
Crasberrtea are 20 cents a quart. Tailor tomatoes
a-* c 23 cents a basket of twelve. Pickling onions
are ro cents a quart; gherkins, 15 cents a basket;
yellow tomatoes. 35 cents a basket; eggplants, 5.
10 and 15 cents each; summer squash (which is
alowlv going out), 10 cents apiece: cauliflowers, 15
to 25 "cents <.ach; cabbages. 10 and IS cents for a
large lead; chicory. 5 cents a head; radishes, two
bunches for 5 cents: lettuce, four for 25 cents;
carrots. 10 cents a. quart; beets. 5 cents a bunch;
Winter 1-f-ets, 10 cents a quart; white turnips, 10
cents a quart; cucumbers, three for 10 cents. Sweet
potatoes arc 35 cents a half peck, oyster plants 15
cuts a bunch, or two for a quarter. Parsnips are
5 ,-ont* a inch, potatoes 10 cents a quart, new
okra 25 cwts a hundred. Watercress is 5 cent*
a bunch. French artichokes Bell for 25 cents «ach.
Concord grapes, Niagaras and Delawarea are 25
cent- a basket; Morocco grapes. Unseats. Tokaya
an.l ' Malagas are each 75 cents a pound. Black
hothouse grapes are J! a pound, and hothouse Kus
cutels are $2 a pound. Fresh figs are 40 cents a
o-iart the imported ones being 25 and 50 cents a
head ' French melons, which are coming: to an
end ' 'are from T5 cents to $125 each. These are a
little difficult to keep, as it spoils the delicate flavor
if the fruit ta left on Ice more than ten or fifteen
minute. Peaches are 45 cents a tiii. alligator
pfars 25 cents each. Grapefruit is very ecarce;
Liiilc and Good
The outstanding- featnre of
LIEBIG Company's
EXTRACT OF BEEF
is ils high rondrnsation,
sn.il a lot can be done
wi:ii a MnalJ two-onnee
jar. It--- I nire b ee^ —
Doth more nor less.
igIHPET RLEaWSIMG
! 1,,r B In the World. Fverr detail.
38 yrarn' experJenre.
WE THOS. J. STEWfIRT CO.
STORAGE WAPEHOVPE AND MOVING VAJ.'S.
I Wrif or telephone for |i>»rtitl B « bwk!«.
SPECIAL EUROPEAN COLUMNS
European Advertisements.
Tiffany & Co.
221 AND 221 A REGENT STREET
LONDON
eNGUSH BRANCttCF THI NEW TOBK HODSt
JEWELLERY- PRECIOUS STONES
-WATCHES - AND - SILVERWARE •
A VI3IT LS SOLICITED
KO IMPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE
W- PAiUS
565 AVENUE DE L'OPERA
LONDON *• CO ENGLAND
OLD ENGLISH
FURNITURE
ORIENTAL CARPETS
ioldsmiths & Silversmiths Company
112, REGENT STREET, W. Ud '
■■■ — * ■
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, &c.,
MOST BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
HIGHEST QUALITY.
Tfce
joldsmiths & Silversmiths Company
By Royal Warrant. Ltd.
12, REGENT STREET, LONDON.
only one dealer in Washington Market had any of
this fruit yesterday. Green cocoanuts. -which are
getting popular, are not plentiful enough to meet
the demand. Fifteen dollars a basket of six is the
price of the Bombay mangoes, which are the fa
vorite fruit of the Queen of England. Originally an
Indian fruit, the tre«* was brought to Florida, where
it thrives better than in Its native soJI There
is very often a shortage of this fruit in the local
stalls, as so mv h of it ;s; s . s n t to a hich class Lon
don Importing house for Queen Alexandra's table.
Preserving German prunes ar« 45 cents a basket,
Japanese plums 70 cents a basket. Geiman <?atln@r
prunes 35 cents a basket, sweet wbita cat plums
40 cents a basket and extra quality damsons 40
cents a basket. Lemons are stxteflß for 25 cents.
Valencia oranges ar° ten for a quarter: the lare»r
specimens are six for 25 cents. Seckel pears ar»
25 c»nts a basket; a special importation of delicious
Bartlett pears is sold at X cents a basket. Green
gages are 3T» cents a basket; crab apples are 50
cent 3 a basket. Rocky Ford melons are 5 cents
each. Necatrines ar» 75 cents a basket, T7»'-simmon?«
to cents a dozen and prickly pears also 60 cents a
dozers.
DEMOCRATIC WOMEN IN CAMPAIGN.
The Democratic women oi New Tork City ar«
preparing to take part in tiie campaign for the
Democratic national and state tickets. Th« Demo
cratic Woman's Club has taken headquarters at
the Waldorf -Astoria, and ip planning some political
activities. At the first monthly meeting, which
will b« held on the afternoon of Friday, the 25th.
Lieutenant Governor Chanler is expected to be
present.
On Saturday, the 26th, at 4 p. m., a meeting wilj
be held at the headquarters of the Commercial
Travellers' League, >;o. 5^7 Broadway, under the
auspices of th« Democratic women. It will be the
first of a series of Saturday meetings for campaign
speeches.
i•- ~ '
EVENING HIGH SCHOOL.
The Harlem Evening Hiss School f- r Women
Will open Monday. September 21. at Wadlelgh High.
School, 114 th to USth street and Seventh avenue.
New and more extensive courses of study have re
cently been adopted by the Board of Education for
the evening high school*, and they now Include
not only the general rmirso. whk-h Is very broad.
bat commercial, drawing and domestic arts ar.i
science course.--.
There will be =e S sions four nig] ts a week, Mon
day to Thursday, from 7:30. to 93Q o'clock. In
struction and the use of textbooks and apparatus
arc free.
ITS SIXTIETH CONVENTION.
Buffalo is to be the seme of the. sixtieth
anniversary celebration of that historic conven
tion in Beneea Kails at which EHzab^th Cady Stan
tun and other daring women put themselves on
record as wanting a voice fen the making of the
laws. October 15 i« the date set for the opening
of the convention, wnich will last until October 21.
Among the women and th* men who have prom-
I be present and to speak are Miss Jane
Addama, Mrs. Florence Eelley, the Rev. Air
Brown Blackweli, Mrs. Katherlne Reed Bale
Charles Edward Russell, Rabbi - - Wise,
President M. Caxy Thomas of Bryn Mawr and
Mr« Harriet Stanton Blatch. The Rev. Anna H.
•*haw president of the National Woman Suffrage
Association, will be there, and other officers of the
association. The Younaj nfei
lion Building will be the meeting place.
THE TBIBTTNE PATTEEIf.
tancy waist of the season id an excaadins^y
oharmlng creation that is apt to give the high
waist hue. and consequently is aami-Diractotrs in
effect This one is graceful and attractive, and can
be worn either with the hiu-h waited Directolre
skirt or with one of the ordinary sort, combined
with a wide girdle, so that tt is practical as well as
attractive.
NO U»-TISBUB PAPKR PATTERN OF rANCT
WAIST FOR 10 OKNT9.
1 Th" quanta of material required for the li<im
siz* is 2% yards 21 or M, l',i yards - or Ii yards "
tarbs* wid«. II 1 * yard* U inches wide for tIM chami
sette and long: sleeves. 1 yanl W or -'. indMfl Wlda
for Karnlture. 24 yards • f wide and 6-yards of nar
row bandinff, 1* yards " f lace, to Iliakl> as illus-
Tlie pattern. No. 6.119, is cut in sizes for ■ 32. *•»•
M n and 4" inch bust measure, and will b« mailed
to any address on receipt of 10 cents. Pleas* give
number of pattern and bust BMassn distinctly.
Address Pattern Department, New- York Tribune.
If in a hurry for pattern send an extra 2-cent
Btam?. and w« will mall t>r letter postage in sealed
envelop*.
LONDON 3HOPS.
Foreign Resorts.
HOTEL METROPOLE,
Proprietors: The GORDON MOTELS. Ltd. | II I] AII II
A Favored Stopping Place for American Visitors. i |I■UI II jf fIM
Mo-t Crntrml Position in tbe « -»f Kaii. 1 18 Twt 1111 IK
Taritf hrre frorr Uptown fitter " >>w York 3fc— «U9 S ll MM ■ m SJ
Tribune." 1364 Uroad»r*y. V I*. — m ~ *^^ ssi ss» ■■
Sl|liC-EXCELSIOR HOTEL
If II |f j Open the Year Round. Sumptuously Appointed.
P|B -•r-^ Most Modern House. Splendid Position *^~X>
mm —mODERATE CHARGES—
Under Same Management as The Grand Hotel National. Lucerne
European Advertisements.
LONDON SHOPS.
1 " """" ""
&Jkjß - lELPAST HOUSE.*
»«Sk»«iFeUT DIRECT AMD SAVI
rr Awoaintxirr INTERMEDIATE PROFIT*
SO *.-*. TSEB im
WALPOLE'B
CELEBRATED IRISH LINERS
AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICKS.
No charjrc for Hentmtn? or Mirfcoj Kouebdi O— dm.
CAMBRIC HAMONE»CHIBFtI A **»»CJALJTY«
Carriage paid on orders o»>!r £t la nim-
WALPOLS RBOTHEB&, Ltd*
UNEN MANUFACTURERS*
"Belfast House," Bq, >ew Bond St.. London.
PfIKTS SHOPS.
L GIKAUO
Trousseaux. Layettes. Robes.
CANNES: I PARIS:
33, Rue d'Antlbes j 4, Rue Castigfion* '
Foreign ResorU.
LONDON HOTELS.
THE CARLTON
Hotel, Restaurant,
and Grill Room,
LONDON.
GIBEALTAE HOTELS.
THE HOTEL GEGIL
GiBRALTAR,
First Class in every respect The only expressly
constructed Hotel ia Gibraltar. Highly recommend
: cd. Perfect Sanitation. Telegrams Cecil Gibraltar.
Foreign Resorts.
HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
» :
LONDON
MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL j
MANCHESTER....
MIDLAND HOTEL
LIVERPOOL .... ADELPHi HOTEL
LEEDS QUEEN'S HOTEL
BRADFORD ...... MIDLAND HOTEL
MORECAMBE 8AY......
MIDLAND HOTEL
DER8Y. ....... MIDLAND HOTEL
w Totrle Manaxcr. Midland Kailwar Hotel* and
R^rMhrnmt' Rooms, etc Chief Offlce— Midland Graad
Hotel. london. _____ ;
HOTELS IN THE BRITISH ISLES.
» otvl ■■■■■■■ ■■ «'^SSm^SS&Mmmmm.
s;h*vkijx— isle Or WIGHT.
HOLLIEKS &H.I>KIJ> HOTEI. Elec. Uctat
nFTTWS-YCOED (NOKTH WALESI nOTTL.
Tariff* of the Hoteta and full particular* im to route*
may be had at the European Otßre* of -The Tribune.*
°t "I»ane» Inn H....»e.- IS.^ Strand (o*erlookia«
Aldwych and Klngsw ay)^.ondon.
UPPER NORWOOD, QUEEN'S HOTEL.
Kassr Crystal Pa!ac». I.ondor.. Healthiest situation In :
Encland. Lovely gardens. Boarillns Urou fran $:.') ;
p-r'day Speeia] terms for large parties. Ossmssaal
train service for City aad Weat Ead London.
!' THE HOWARO HOTEL. ~
VorfolJc Street. Embankment. London. Elvaly movers
eom'ort Overlooks Embankment and R:ver. Elejtan:
public rooms. Electric Us*C throushouJ. Amerlcaa »y»- I
tern «tevator». Flkhl t-rtg.
ETJEOPEAN EAH.WAYS.
M I D LAND RAILWAY.
THE BEST ROUTE IN THE OLD |
COUNTRY FOR COMFORTABLE 1
TRAVEL <&■ PICTURESQUE SCENERY. |
CORRIDOR mxTßrnaoEa
TTVEHPOOU MANCHESTER AM' LONDON (SJt.
Pancraa) AND PRIN-.nPA:. TOWNS A.NO
HOLIDAY RESORT 3 IN GREAT BRITAIN aa4 Ut«
* IWI^ U NORTH OF IRELAND.
Send stamp for set Pictorial Tost Cards. AysTy tor ;
Guides. Timetables, Maps. etc.. to Messrs. T. Cook &
fc-r. "45 aad 1200 ■.-ojt.nvav, <H9 Madi»>n Aye. and 56a
Fifth" Aye. and for Express Traffic to all carts o*
Oreat Britain to Messrs. Thcs. Meadows & Co.. M New
Bt Yew York, or to Midland Railway. Derby. n«!anil.
\r. GUY (iRANET. <Jeneral Minager.
> . — , ___— —^——.^—
FEANCE, BELGITI— _JID HOLLAND.
,
Grand Hotel
PARIS
Boulevard Dcs Capucines and-Placs de l*Op;ra
I, CCO Rooms with Private Baths.
Tariff on Application.
PADlCCFavorite American House)
HOTEL CHATHAM,
aoTs HOTEL DE L'ATHENEE
PRRiQ HOTEL DE L'ATHENEE
«" |U 15 Hue Scribs
rr C pn«tf! the Grand Opera
"Thf* Modern Hote of Paris."
E. ARMBRUSTER. Manager.
A R I S ~~
HOTEL OE LILLE ET d'«LB!G3I. i
K3 Kuo tt Uonare. elosa 10 Ptac« Venaom*. Cl.-.i i
class. Ail modern tinprovexnanta. E»»ry horn* costort. j
Lars* halt. Haatauranc luacn«oaa and dlnn«rs at axaj
pne. or a ta carte. T«l«sraaa> i.H.t.Al.fllUN. i'AUIJt i
— H.nrl Abadla. Proart— r.
PARIS : Aye' de I'Opera
HOTEL MONTANA
New. and Up-to-Date Hotel
TRY IT ! !
Foreign Resorts.
FSA27CE, BELGIUK A2TD HOLLAND,
PaniCl HOTELS ST. JAMES
AnlO{ ET D'ALBAMY.
Grand lAtratlon. OptxwOt* Tnn«tle» Gaul — ,
Prtrate Bat Haaco^. Boom frmn 4 fr»-; wttkl
• Bed.«. S fra. Imtii. 4 BSBI Dlm*r S fra, as
sermnte table*. Fall Pension from tr». I3JML
PARIS. MOTEL dv GRAND PALAIS
Z Kne Jeao Gonzoß. Cbamv Pr— *»
PrlT»t« battia, acltri eomfarta.
Adaotad tor ramfH— Maw Mmwm«ilt
BBUQQCI Q LE GRAND HOTEL
y liUOO L GrtU go °™- Amcfcsa Bsnw
HOXEXS IH G£EMAJn.
A IX-LA-CHAPELLE
-^Nuellens Hotel
BCD I 111 Korfontra Btrs«te. as smm,
CnLin --l«t- UtL. M Rooshl
Terms SIJO U> j: » 4m tmr board mil r.wita.
PENSION TSGHEUSGNNER.
i\C^ LJ L^ '. > . Batft aasl Ton-tt«.
HOTEL BELLEVUE
Dl*tlac!il»h«yl Haoae at old reputation. Cnlqns posUloa.
B. BONXEIXLJ). bca. Uuanr.
» -?
sjl§|UrßlOH \ flrt Centre of Earapi.
MUNICH; IfiCtatretfEurtfM.
CONTINENTAL
ill Hotel deluxe. MUNICH.
UnlUil t modern in Oi 1 1— j
Four Seasons Hotel
NUREMBERG »o bmm wta
Sendig's Wuritemher*ef-flo{
WiESBADtI. Hotel deluxe.
Nassauer-Hof Hotel.
WIESBADEN } a rat
PALACE HOTEL & Bat&s
WIES3AOEM or^xx,-™V AJSSfA J S5f
HOTEL FLRSTENHOF
ATJSTEIA, HTJIT&AEY & SWirZEBL&SD
" HOTEL BRISTOL
Locate! on the Fsshionaole Karnthasrrlai,
and th« favorit. ra»ort si Americana. P»f
f.ct French Cuisina aad cholca wiaoa.
UDAPEST
BUDAPEST
GO' HOTEL HUNGARIA
first-Gass Hotel with Panoramic View over toe
Danube. Every modern cotnforf. Exclusive Aoreri
can & English' patronage. CHARLES J. BUSGCR.
Manager, fornnerlv of Imperial Hotel, Vienna.
SffIONTREUX (SWXTZESLAOT>
m HOTEL BELBV3ONT
HOTEL BELMONT
3?B Holds best position ia Moatreax,
and is tbe most popular modern boose.
VEVEY Hotel and
t Palace Hotel
OPEN .4 IX THE YEAR ROCfO.
L M ,lia* Hotel* prtT»» b-»h. "* »»
ITALY AND SOTTTH OF FRASCX.
Rome, Italy.
I Grand Hotel.
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND.
The most beautiful
and comfortable
Hotel in Italy. Electric
light throughout. American
elevators. Charming Suites
with bathrooms attached.
Lnder the same Direction as
THE SAVOY HOTEL LONDON.
Rome, Italy.
Cd Hotel Quirinal
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
. .. -
Hla-hly reputed aad fanhionabi* 1«t rl.x— n»t«>l in <SJ}
h««ithi<^t and ttnraC port of Itome. Etott aM«laßs)
romfort and lnxnrr. (.rand Hall. Baad. i*rivm!e baU»»
iwuu. Prrfert aanttatian.
HIGH I 1. As> FRESrH KE>T\IR\>T
STEA3I HEAT TIIROCGIIOCT.
?T &I f\ ik IN BEAIJTIFUL '
g- i^g \JP J\ ■ PRIVATE PARK.
GC aVI sf% A IN BEAUT!- .
t. IM <J A a PRIVATE PAR*.
"EDEN PALACE."
bliwM new* of Part
bIiUH Private £a:ij
SAVOY HOTEL,
THE tr.AOiyr. HOTEL of ciyrai.
Also Hotel de Londrea.
¥EN9CE. I STL
GRAKD HOTEL. Bw Api>oh •
lla. a Fraatase of SOO r««t \ , -„—.-
•• Ibt Uraad Caaat. I *" FIANTA.
I Jlanaxsr.
lIEriIGE, UntQJ 1 C«ad Can-t.
|Roya!Danieli^t^>
Roya! Danieli "~Z*£r
ALL MODERN COMFORTS. Calhnr Xleketv
NETTLT REFtTTEP. J -
Mil HOTEL DE LA VILLE
HAM Luggage Reglstsred.
ILMIt Lift. Electric UgV.
HOTEL DEU VIILE
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