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PEARL ST. PLOT SOLD
fi_MS A LARGE FRONT AGE.
A Sir Story Loft Building To Be
Erected in East 34th Street.
Few large realty deals were reported yesterday.
One of the principal transactions was the sale by
the Charles F. Ncyes Company for Edward (i-
Hewitt to Henry L**rhur»re: of the three five
etory store and loft buildings Xos. »5.- 95* and 3.
Pearl street. Each building rovers a lot about
17 6xloo feet. The combined plot comprises about
1 000 souare feet. The seller purchased the property
through the aaxr.e brokers In 1901. This is Mr. Leer
tanr'i first purchase rtnee he returned from
Plans" hare be»n filed for a six story loft buUdln«.
with ground floor stores, to be built for L. Abele
and H. Brown, as owners, on the premises No. M
East S4th street. It Is to have a frontage si M
feet and a depth cf 87 feet, with a facade of Iron
and glass set In a limestone framing. O. B. John
eon is the architect. — «.»
Axol S. Hedman. architect for Receiver Whlt
rldpe, ha« filed plans for remodelling the storage
room at the north end of the old car barns of the
Third Avenue Railroad Company at 66th street and
Third avenue into shops for the repair of car
tracks, the Improvements Including the laying of a
new Coor of reinforced concrete to carry the trucks.
Plans have also been filed for remodelling the old
fashioned three story and bajwment dwelling house
Xo. 113 West ITth street, n aking over the base
meat and first story Into stores. The Improvements
SLre to bo mad* for Max Feuerllcht as owner. C
H. Dietrich la th architect.
IX THE ArCTIOX ROOMS.
l 'Txco Intervale Avenue Houses Sold
for $64,500.
j The tnro C-v-e story nuthouses, with stores. No.
11*6 to Ils2 Intervale avenue, on a plot 100x80x Ir
r^TUlar. were cold yesterday at auction In the
Real Estate Exchange Salesrooms. Nos. 14 and 16
Tesey street, to Grace Hardle for 5&4.500. The
kmount due was about $S3,<X«X The other «ucUon
results -were as fdllovrs:
BT Bn»a L KanHlWr- 12S1 and 12SS TYanklln «v-. -w «.
MS n a 01 mm «. 76.6x16? *« Irreg: two 2 hi
md vacant; Pauline Botmer sfrt Samuel H.ltowettetal.
Silversteir, atty; L B Ifastosarir ref: *m due
txZ&Zi: taxes! »tc. f250; prior mt«es. $15,000. to the
B *STsaM t OaUbatar: 7«7 i M 161 st -L n,. IM
Sor«^? rr p r r2cto e a^Harrlet Both 1 L: Wa*ner & A.
Sor« ; ? P ref; ant due. J1.1.V)53: taxes. «*c- *12:
sSto • prior rn«g» of 43.500; to Peter Both, a party In
trtere«. for 54.S£>a
RECEIVEE OF RENTS NAMED.
Justice Blanchard. of the Supreme Court. sestet 1
Bar appointed Nathaniel G. Levy receiver of the rents
of Nos. 27 and 29 Monroe street, a six Ftory tene
ment bouse, pending: an action brought by Jacob
Fischel against Hy— .on A. Brody and others to
foreclose a mortgage of $_.<>». There Is a prior
mortgage on The property amounting to $54,000.
FILE PLANS FOR CITY MILK BOOTH.
Park Commissioner Smith has submitted to Build
ings Superintendent Murphy for approval the plans
for the proposed milk booth to be erected by the
city in Tompkins Square Park, for the distribution
of sterilized milk. It Is to be a feet In diameter
end 18 Bee* hiirh. octacoral m chape. with an orna
mental roof, from designs by Theodore E. Videto.
as architect for the city. It is to have a complete
plumbing plant, which the commissioner wishes
Superintendent Murphy to pass on officially.
4 «
BUYS THE WARRINGTON.
Pr B Faxquhar Curtis has bought the "vVarrln?
ton apartment house. Nos. 161 and Id Madison ave
r.i»>, through Pease & Ellirnan for Howard Nott
Potter The same brokers also recently secured
for Dr. Curtis a loan of $100,000 from the Title
Guarantee and Trust Company, on the northwest
corner of Park avenue and 82d street, a five story
apartment house. The loan Is for three years at
4-^ per cent, and -will be assigned to the Bowery
Faiin~3 Bank.
IN THE BROKERAGE MARKET.
C. B Coulter has sold for A. Kotzum to M. A.
Block the two family house Xe. 20CS Mapes avenue.
25x1-j? feet.
Bryan L,. K^nnelly ha* Bold for Ida B. Dodge to
Palsy IfesjßS Jacobsen No. HI TVest !sth street, a
f» v » story dwelling house, on a lot 16x102.2 feet.
Daniel Blrdsall & Co. have sold for the Fidelity
Trust Company of Louisville No. » Elm street.
c seven story mercantile building, on lot 25.1x73.2
*«et. fifty feet south of Pearl street.
H. M. Bennett has sold No. 353 West 55th street,
a. four Ptory dwelling hiilse, on lot 16.?x1W.5 feet.
Harold H. Harding has sold for Joseph Bierhoff
two lots on the weK plde of Lind avenue, 275 feet
north of 168 th street. ,
Pevalin* Levy has pold th« plot, 66x145 feet, on
th« -west eld* of Mare? avenue, MS feet pouth of
182 d street, to a builder for Improvement.
ESTATE SELLS A BLOCK FRONT.
The Kelliy estate has cold the block front on the
vest side ■ ( St. Xicholas avenue, between lWh
and ssaat streets. It has a frontage of 213.6 feet on
the avenue and 100 feet on each street.
REALTY NOTES.
Bfl-Brard P. Hamilton * Co. have sold for the
•date of Thomas X>lekson, Glen Airle, on Lord
Hill. Morrirtown. K. J. The property comprises
thirty-two acres, on •which are a dwelling house,
Stable and outbuildings.
E. H. Wendell & Co. and the Gross & Gross
Company have leased the Columbia College lease
hold. No. 46 West 49th street, for Miss Sarah A.
Xfiigbt to Mrs. Gertrude M. Foster for a term of
fixe years.
Benjamin R. Lumrnls has leased the four story
modern dwelling house No. 21 West 120 th street to
Mrs. Stern. Also, leased to a client for Samuel
Grjen a large office in the Monolith Building, Nos.
4." and 45 West 34th street, for a. term of years.
The H. H- Fuller Realty Company has leased for
Daniel Mahoney Nos. 210 and 312 West S3th street,
two five story tenement houses, 50x98.9 feet, to
John A. Murray. The houses •will b« torn down
and a six story building erected for Mr. Murray's
own us*.-. The lease is for ten years, at an aggre
gate rental of $80,000.
The Underwriters' Realty and Title Company has
leased for Benjamin B. Woog to Frank Simmons
for twenty-one years the five story dwelling house
No. €95 L«exinßton avenue. southeast corner of 57th
street, at an agFregate rental of $135,000. The new
lessee purposes making extensive alterations.
J. B. ThetßS has resold for Nlemeyer Brothers to
Henry I>. Fricke and Harry C. Schmidt the lease
of the property at the southeast corner of 125 th
street and Park avenue, together with the hotel
business now conducted on the premises. The
price Is reported to be J7S.OCO.
Leonard J. Muhlfelder has leased for th* Middle
t>oro Realty Company 7.L00 square feet in No. S8
University Place and In Nos. 24 and 26 Kast 12th
street: for Walter Thomas, as trustee, £,000 feet in
JCos. 18 and 20 West 21st street; for the Broadway
Holding Company. Msi feet In No. 643 Broadway;
for the «-Htate of Frederick Kursheedt, 2.X*> feet in
No. Til Grand street, and for Joseph Quinn, 2,500
f«-«rt in No. 124 West mil street.
Paul Haskell it- the buyer of No. 133 West TSth
street. sold recently through Georfre Ranger.
The I>;wis H. May Companj- (the C. K. Noyes
Company, New York agent; has sold for A. J.
Grfnberg his cottage at the southwest corner of
Seaview and Ocean avenues, at Arverne. ]A'iig Isl
and, together with six lots. This property was re-
LOST — BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK >■ 212.C6 of Harlem Sav
ings Bank lc«t, j2S4-li4th iti. and 3d
aye. ;
1/SST. — Bankbook No. 476.&S of Dry Dock
6a.vir4ri Institution. Any person having
claims u.'.n said book is eattad upon to
present tie name to the hank within thlny
tfayc or la* eald book »l i be declared can
celled and fcx<iii4ruiche<] &nd a new one Is
sued In lieu therer-f.
lOST.— Bankbook No. 1«;.4W of Harlem
barings Bank. I'nj rr.T.t stepped. Pirate
return book to bank.
UOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 567,218
of the German Saving* Hank In tii- fliy
of :;*»• York, corner 4:. aye. and :-J;h st ..
lsst>e£ to Catherine Koehl'-r. All persons
fere ca\urion*d against negotiating the *an:e.
If act returned to the bank on the 31 et day
ar October, IVOC. *. duplicate mill be 'ssu-3.
To Let for Business Purposes.
T n IRT Large and Small Offices
I KJ'.-KJiEI I SINGLE OR EN SUITE
The Centre of ...IN THE... Electric Light
The Centre of ...IN THE... Janitof
Transit for _ — service
"■^r- 01 ; TRIBUNE J=
itan District **^* *^ Open Every
Absolutely jj \J 1L 17 1 1 1 LI the Year
Running 154 Nassau St. Applj for Terms
Elevators opposite City Hall Park
(Plaorer Type)
"L" STATIONS, ENTRANCE TO BROOKLYN BRIDGE,
SUBWAY— ALL WITHIN A STEP
Real Estate.
If you need
a loan on Real Estate we
can arrange it for you as
promptly and as reason
ably as it can possibly be
done. Call or telephone
6149 Cortland.
Lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust
Company
CAPITAL A ©£§ §|J!fg gfSQ
SURPLUS «PS?|«iH**f3W*JU
160 BrMdwar. New Tort
138 !>!■■< nun 11 Street, Brooklyn.
RULAND & WHITIKQ GO,
REAL ESTATE
6 BEEKMAH ST. KEW YORK
City Property for Sale.
\ MOST CXT7ST7AX. OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE
*\- choice, modern 6 story dwelling on Fifth Avenue,
below fn.tr: St. Will be sold at a sacrifice for Its land
value. 13.000 per front /OOt Gilt edge vestment.
P. BIRDSALL. & CO.. 317 Broadway.
BROADWAY. NORTHWEST CORNER OF RBADE
JL> Ft.. 66.6x124, for sale; one of th» most desirable
corners downtown. Apply to WM. C WALKERS SONS,
292 Broadway.
DETACHED RESIDENCE: LARGE" STABLB; AUTO-
IcobUe parade: beautiful place; Washington Heights.
WEIL, 1511 3d are. _^_^__
Country Property for Sale.
f»>nr. IW WMKTI'HBSTBni CO. real
Li eatste, farms and villa*;" property TOMPKINS &
TENTER. 137 Main St.. Graining. N. T. _^
r nA^A TLOTS HIGHLANDS OF NEV.' ROCHBLL.B.
' LTNCROFT REALTY CO.. 17 West 42i Ft.
AN INVESTMENT WORTH INVESTIGATING.
A. FJvervlew Manor. Hastings Homes Co.. 47 W. 42d st.
New Jersey Real Estate.
4 TL.*NTIC HIGHLANDS. — 11-KOOM COTTAGE:
A. barn; H. 000.00; $25.<">0 monthly; rear trolley
ACKERMAN, IS7 Greenwich St.
T^OR BMSJB.— TEN ACRE FARM. COMPLETE BUIU>-
JO " ingy. fine location; stock farm complete. 300 arre?:
countrj- place, 150 acres: I-or.R Branch tract. M acrea
JOHN H. WILTJAMS. 120 Broad St.. Red Bank. N. J.
KOTTBN ESTATES.— SOMETHING DIFFERENT
at Englewood. Write to BIRTWHISTLE & STAIN
TON. .
cently Improved, and -was purchased by a client
for Investment.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
Simpson st. c v. lOo.f. ft s of Freeman Ft, 40x100;
City Mortgage Company loans Simpson Con
*tructlon Company ■•• ■••• 5=5. 00
Kelly at c 5. SSO ft n of Longwoori ay». WxlOO;
sarn* loans I<ongvaU Construction Company... 4f.000
Daly aye. n • cor 178 th Ft. <Vi.3x110.4; Theodora
V. v entz loans Wahiig & Sonsln Company o?,000
— »
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
Baker aye. n b, 22."> ft c of Garßeld et ; two 2
story brick dwelling houses. 20x52 each;
Felix Farago, owner; Henry Nordhelm, archi
tect; total cost 13,000
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chlcaco. Oct. 9. — A war scare caused an ad
vance of more than 1c in the price of wheat on
the local exchange to-day, but liberal realizing
sales materially reduced the gains, final quota
tions showing advances of I'gC to Uc to a »c.
Corn, oats and provisions closed easy. The
wheat market opened excited and strong, with
prices I*o to a ic higher than the previous close.
Within the first few minutes the December de
livery had advanced to ?! 01% and the May op
tion to $104%, after opening at 101 to JlOl
and $103% to $104 Si, respectively. A decline
In the price of British consols and higtier prices
for wheat at Liverpool added to the fears of a
possible European war. At the same time the
market was bullfshly affected by the continued
drouth in the American Southwest and In other
sections of the winter wheat belt. During the
first hour trading was of a boisterous character,
but at the end of that time a lull came in the
buying, and with enormous realizing sales prices
gradually eased off until they were below the
opening Quotations. The market, however, ex
hibited no signs of weakness, being buoyed up by
the urgent demand for flour and cash wheat in
the Northwest. Trade during the last hour was
comparatively quiet, and the market closed firm
with December at $1 00 to $1 01, and May at
$1 03%. Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to T45,"00 bushel.". Exports for the week
as shown by Bradstreet's were equal to 5,653,000
bushels. Primary receipts were 1,478,004 bush
els, compared with 971,000 bushels the corre
sponding day a year ago. Minneapolis. Dulutfa
yrtd Chicago reported receipts of 810 cars, against
i.103 cars last week and 771 cars a year ago.
Trade In corn was rather limited in volume.
During the first half of the session a firm tone
prevalied, owing to the strength of wheat Sev
eral of the leading local longs were fair buyers,
and this caused moderate covering by shorts.
Following the decline In wheat the corn market
became easy. The close was at the lowest point
of the day. Local receipts were 125 cars, with
28 of contract grade.
Oats were firm early in the day. but weakened
during the last half and closed at the lowest
point. Cash oats at the sample tables" closed
steady, after winging iic higher earlier in the
day. The murket was Influenced chiefly by wheat
and corn Local receipts were 2^9 cars.
Provisions v. .-re steady at the Ktart. but eased
oft owing to the weakness of corn and to selling
by a local packer. At the dose prices were a
thade to '.i lower.
Estimated receipts for to-morrow: Wheat 40
cars; corn, 99 cara; oat.-<, 219 cars; hogs, 10.000
head.
IOST-BAXRB(H)K«.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook: No. 462.061
of the German Saving*. Hank i:: the City
of New York. earaer 4th aye. ani 14th st.,
issued to i 5..,,.. 'i>ii^i(ij,uni- All persons are
cautioned against negotiating the same. If
not re-turned to .:.»- Lank en the SOU) day
of October. 1008. a duplicate will be Is
sued.
LOST or STOLEN— Bankbook Ho. 497.903.
of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank.
Payment stopped. Please return book to
bank. No. 61 chambers st.
IjO.«T Oat FTOLCW— liankbook No. 585.213
of th*- <i. ni.an Savings iiank In the City
of Mew York, earner 4th a\e. and 14th ci .
UffueU to August PObrea All persons are.
cautioned against negotiating the same. If
not returned to the bank tn the SIM of
October, 1906 a duplicate will be Issued.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. _OCrOBER 10^ 100 S.
To Let for Business Purposes.
Very Oesirabia
STORE and BASEMENT
1364 BROADWAY
TO LET
WITH RESERVATION OF ONE WINDOW.
Apply to Renting Agent,
610 TRIBUNE BUILDING.
154 Nassau St.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
THF^ERKSIfiTREr^
800 MADISON AYE.. OR. 52 D ST.
On th« first rtory. a duplex apartment, consisting or
reception hall, parlor, library, dining room, a master
and S servants' bedrooms. 8 bathroom. kitchen,
storerooms, etc.; rental. Three thousand dollars per
""aim,' at 506 MADISON AYE., ■ dwelling which is
an annex to the Berkshire, consisting of three ■tories
and basement, containing lar~e entrance hall, kitchen,
foyer hall, parlor, dining room. 2 master's and 4 ser
vants' bedrooms. 2 bathrooms, laundry and prlvat«
yard: rent. Three thousand five hundred dollars per
annum.
JOHN" H. MORAN. Supt.
Telephone 1026 Plaza.
ROACHES BEDBUGS. RATS, MICE. ETC.. QUICK
11 !v exterminated. UNITED DISINFECTING CO.,
517-527 We6t 45th St. %
DESIRABLE APARTMENT. FIVE ROOMS AND
bath, to let In fireproof apartment house; owners resi
dent; rent. $1,000 per year. Apply to Janitor. 12 . ISth.
~"~~ IX MARQVISE. t
12-14-16 East 31st St.
Tl WEST 77TH ST.— » AND 10 ROOMS AND 3
"±-±. baths; S3.3CH> to $4,200 per annum.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
mo SUBLET, FURNISHED. MOST DESIRABLE
1 apartment; five rooms; two baths; In nrst Uass
apartment hotel on Fifth aye.. r.«ar Grand Central Sta
tion. Address "A. B. R-." Tribune Ipt >?.-n Office. 1..84
Broadway. __^__^_^____^_^^_^
Long Island Real Estate for Sale.
VI7RITB FOR BEAUTIFUL NEW BOOKLET IN
>> colors, with map and automobile route to Long
P,.ach. 225 Fifth aye.. New York.
CHARMING EXCURSIONS.
West Point, Newburgh and Pcughkeepsie.
Dally (except Sunday), by FeUce Iron Day Line
Steamers. Leave B'lclyn. Fulton Et. (ty Annex) 8;
D^brosses St.. 40; W. 42d St. 9; XT 129 th St -»•-=?
A M Returning on down boat, flue 42d St 530 P. M.
On Saturdays, at West Point. Full Dress Inspection,
with the Band at 1 :2. r . P. M.
Hendriek Hu.lson Football Special to West Point:
Tale Oct 17: Colgate,. 24: Princeton. 81st.
'morning and afternoon CONCERTS.
SUNDAY UP THE HUDSON
Str. Homer Ramsdell
Leaves FRANRUS ST. 9 A. M.. VTE*T 129 TH ST.
9:30 A 31.. for NEWBURGH and WEST POINT. Re
turning leaves Newburgh 6 P. M. Fare, round trip.
00 cents.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,
by the grace of God free and Independent, to
Henry Morgan Tilford. Wesley Hunt Tilford, Richard
Curd Tilford, Edward Alfred Tllford. Mary Trotter
Cnastaln, Frank Vincit Tilford. Elizabeth Taylor
Kefersteln, the heirs and next of kin of Catharine Hunt
TUford. deceased send greeting Wbereas. Henry
Korean Tilford. of the City of New York, has lately
applied to the Surrogate's Court of our County of New
York to hay.i a certain Instrument in ■writing, bearing
date the 17th day of August. A. P. IMS, relating to
both real and persona! property duly proved as the
las' Will and Testament of Catharine Hunt Tllford,
late of the County of N>w York, deceased, therefore
you and each of you are cited to aprear before the
Surrogate of our County of New York, at his office, in
the County of New York, on the: 12th day of November,
one thousand nine hundred and eight, at half-past ten
o'clock in the forenoon of that day. then and there to
attend the probate of the said last Will md Testament.
And such of you as are hereby cite.l as are under the
age of twenty-one years are required to appear by your
guardian. If you have one. or if you have none, to ap
pear and apply for one to be appointed, or In the event
of your neglect or failure to do to. a guardian will be
appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for
you in the proceeding.
In testimony whereof, we have caused th» Peal of
the Surrogate's Court of the said County of New York
to be hereunto affixed. Witness. Hon. Charles
[L. 5 ] H. Beckett a Surrogate of our said County
of New York, at said county, the I.'.'h day of
September, In the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and eight. DANIEL J. DOWDNET,
Cierk of the Surrogate's Court
HAWKESWORTH * KIRTI.ANP, Attorneys for Peti
tioner. 170 Broadway, New York City.
I)ROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED AT THE BUREAU
r>f Pupplies an.! Accounts, Nary Department. VPaah
lncton. D. <".. until li) o'clock a. m.. October 20. 190 ft,
an.l puiill.-Iy <->pene<l Immediately thereafter, to furnish
at th(> navy j-a; '.. New York. X. V a quantity <>f naval
supplies, as follows: Sch. 382: Undersl irts. —Sen. 420:
Tli.ned bacon and lard, salt, evaporated apples, macaroni.
- Ben 4UI; Coffee crate*. Beta. 4'J>; Glassware. Sch. 429:
Steam pipe.- Sch 4">': Braid, sTommets, ajeeaUes, i-int!i<:s
si .ps— Sch. 431: Salt water soap B BS: Jackknlves,
b!>ickinK. Applications tot proposal! - tooU <iesl(fnate
the. schedules .i>-flre.j h-.- imnit.fi Hla.nl- ;.roj>.>«Hls will
be furnished upon application to 1 J pay oflVe.
New York. N V. rr to the Bur«-Mii. 1. 1! ROGERS,
Paymaster-Genera], r. s. N 10-6-O8
Nofice of Summons.
SUPREME COURT. NEW i. YORK u > ■ ■' NTV. BEX
JO Jamln VST. Foster, Plain! iff. against OajotaTe H. Foster,
EMcar 1.. Foster. Maria Pouter, Florence D. Poster and
Helen Foster Balkier. Defendants. — Biuaunons: To the
aViove named Dafeodaßta and each of them: You nre
hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this ac
tion, and to serve a copy at your answer on the Plain
tiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of
this summon?, exclusive of the day of service; and in
cuse of your failure to appear, or answer, judgment will
be taken again>t you by default for the relief demanded
In the complaint.
Dated October 2. l^»s
LOUIS F. DOI 1-;:.
PlaintifTs Attorney,
Office, and l'<*i Offli .• Address.
No. 11l Broadway,
Trinity Building, Manhattan,
City .if New York.
To tho Defendants O»orge H. Foster, ! Ismi 11. Poster,
and Helen Foster Bulkley: The foregcilns mom is
served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order
of Hon. James A. Blanchard, Joatica of the Supreme
Court of New fork, dated the sth day at October, 1008,
and filed with the complaint in the office of lha Clark
of the County of New York. . «.
Dated October 9Lh, !9sfl V
LOUIS F. DOYLE.
Attorney for Plaintiff. /
Trinity KulMiiiK.
11l Broadway.
Borough of Manhattan.
City ■'. New York.
\ T'e~r~line '. 7.7.. I:, etm. |
HIQHEBT PRICES for diamonds, preclou*
tcU lon old gold, jewelry. Established
ISM Mr.-. Lynch 1 * Son. 045 Broadway
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune, received at their Uptown
Omce. No. 130* Uroaawsy. Loiter- 36th
■nd 87th »t»., until » o'clock, l> -j. Ad
vertisement, received at tht ' following
branch offices at regular office rate* until 8
o'clock p. m., viz. : 284 Bth «ye. a c
cor. -*3d et. : 163 «th aye.. cor. 12th it • '04
East 14tb St.; 267 West 41M »t.. between
7lh and Bth *vm. ; 203 West 125 th St.- 1038
S.i aye. ; I«M 3d aye.. near «J»t st ■ 1708
1« aye.. rear SUth St.; IST East 125 th at •
766 Treniont aver, COO M aye.. and any
Americas District Telegraph offlo*.
Excursions.
Citations.
Proposals.
DESKS AND OFFKK FT'ISMTIRK.
ROLL TOP
oi-tict:
FURNITURE)
It great variety
•f style and
price.
T. C.
CEIXEW,
111 Fultoc St.
ALL AT nARQAIN'H.— HiIItop desks fiat
top desks, bookca.rg. tabien. settees,
wardrobes, office partitions; repairing re
iiMatunn No*thi_ar * (ire»». *■"■* Cvntr*
•t., 7tMi Spring.
DRJCSS.MAKE«>^*NU^Mn^I>'«RT
DRESSMAKER. -Will cut and fit »•>•«"*
lining free of charge: pcrfec tftt * u »f«P;
teed- suits made from $5 up; also out by
thTday. Mr*. White. 2433 Bth aye.
DUESSMAKIN'G.— by the day; hour*.
» to o; term*. $2 per day. Address, by
letter. MS.a N. Hugtien, 842 A MadUon .1..
Brooklyn.
DRESSMAKER and SEAMHTRKKS.-By
colored girl. In private family. thre.« days
a week X Brown, Younic Women ■ t'hriß-
tl*n Association. 143 W«M »3<l at.
H OOLDBCRO. M K ' h ave.— lndies' tal
loring. repairing promptly done, work
culled for: telephone.
MIMJNBR.-Mme. Rlley. 145 "VV. 16th.
makes hats that lend distinction. Mate
rlals furnished or accepted. M»-lerate.
HELP WASTED. . . _ _
Fentala.
18 words.... «'«*»
80 word. '-'i2Oi 20 ctm -
Exceeding 36 words, each 0
words entire advt » el*.
■WANTED An expert, need and «""!*■£"}!
nurs« for two children a year and a half
an.l three years old. Must have city refer
ences, be neat and willing to assist with
older children. Roof playground. Call l Fri
day 9 to 11 or 4 to «. Mrs. E. B. Whit
ney. 301 West 77th st. ■<_-
WANTED — American woman, competent
to do the ll>fht household work, as mem
ber of family of two. for pleasant home an.i
small added eompansatlon : duties •■«»;■ ir
used to housekeepln without servants.
l>eglrable. Box 1"1. T«-nafly. N. J.
WORK WAyTEP.
Hah.
I 24 words, 3 times 25 ct». j
I 24 words. 7 times ..sscta. I
ATHLETIC, refine vount; man, «P«*
physical culturlst and ina»eur, will call
at jrentleman* reel.lence morning*: highly
recommended by member cT New «orK
flub. Atiiletics. Tribune Uptown Office.
1364 Broadway.
BOOKSTORK-— Married man (28), wishes
situation where opportunity will be Riven
to learn business. A. Gillette, 295 Scher
merhorn st., Brooklyn.
' CARETAKER, manait'r or any position of
trust by thorough business man; un
bounded references. Box 16.1. Babylon.
liOni: Island.
CHAUFFEUR. — First class mechanic: *> I
own repairing: careful driver; with pri
vate family; best city references. H. Mohr,
216 Stockton sC. Brooklyn. _
CHAUFFEUR-— New York licensed; ex
perienced; of good appearance; alert,
careful. obliging and sober; reference;
wishes respectable position. T. W. Styer.
Geneva, New York.
j CHAUFFEUR.— CoIored: private family:
city or country; personal references. Ad
dress X). Alken, 184 Railroad aye.. Jersey
City. N. J.
CHATFFEUR-— 31a years" »x
perience on Packard and Locomobile cars;
private party. Kreinberg. 630 Park aye.
CHAUFFEUR. "■>■ married; three years
experience; can do own repairs; careful
driver; good references; city or country.
T. Jensen 766 Park Place., Brooklyn.
CHAUFFEUR. : experienced ; c«n
do repairing: two years in last place:
good references careful driver. Write or
call, Garfield Bailey, 64 West 133 d st.
CHAUFFEUR and MECHANlC,—Experi
enced. 21; first class reference. O. Moser.
459 W«st 4«th st.
CLERICAL cr otherwise., by young Amer
ican, 20; speaks German fluently; occu
pied position of responsibility for eight
years; references furnished. Loula H.
I Stroh. 423 West 61st st.
\ DRUGGIST, from Virginia: recommenda
tions and references furnished. W. B.
Chrttenden, 1346 St. Nicholas aye.
EDITOR or ADVERTISING WRITER. —
University man, 24 years old. with on»
year's publishing and * advertising experi
ence. A versatile and well informed man.
able to r»ad fluently five modern languages.
Small salary until ability Is demonstrated.
Address Character Tribune Uptown Of
flce. ISt'rt Broadway.
ELEVATOR~ PORTER. Kwitc.hbcard. hall
door man or work of any kind; by col
ored bey. riot afraid of long hour* or hard
work; reference?. Perry Beam. 216 East
127 th st.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER.— Four years
experience with telephones, telautographs,
dynamos, storage batteries, oil engines and
electric lighting; three years' experience
with steam engines and boilers; can fur
nish best of reference?; willing to start
with moderate salary; good technical edu
cation; married: 26 j-<?ars old. T. .T. Mar.
575 East 161 st st.
ELEVATOR RUNNER. — White: experi
enced; steady place; first class reference;
can do porter's work, Julius Weber, 1407
Jefferson aye . Brooklyn.
ELEVATOR BOY or HALLBOY. —By neat,
respectable white boy. 252 W»(t 47'h it.,
car*) of Bllva.
FOREMAN — English: pnod worker for
years at the business ; experienced in all
machinery: excellent herdsman; used to
boarding and handling help, successful
with poultry; strictly sober, well recom
mended Carpenter Bureau. 154 6th aye.
Janitor or pvterintendent —Office
building. hotel, apartment boose; En«
U»h— American ; thorough mechanic: total
abstainer: references best; bond secured;
always reliable. W. Sprow, 23.1 Brradway.
MACHINIST.- Tool. Instrument. model.
metal pattern maker: mechanical, electri
cal: wide experience: shop, factory: main
tain: inventive: references; reasonable. Ad
dress Charles Wolpers, 123 Hoyt si .
Brooklyn.
MAN. German. • 30. single, honest an.l in
dustrious, good appearance, well edu
cated, speaking and writing English flu
ently wants' good, steady place. Stein
hagen. 139 East BOth at.
MAN SO, married, experienced snd capable,
would like a good, steady place: twelve
years' references. Call or address ?>37 West
61st st. . ■
POSITION OF TRUST of any kind; by
mid. He man; absolutely reliable.
Th. v. Elausen. 409 East 87st st.
PORTER and SHIPPING CLERK in
wholesale house. Donahu*, care of Han
sen. 124 West 83d Bt.
PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER- and ARTIST,
with graflex. desires position with newi
pai.er or magazine; experienced; excellent
references. . Address Kirk. 1)13 Tribune
Building.
RELIABLE young ir.ati, 28 years of age.
desires active outdoor employment; has
a keen wnse of duty njid ■ Integrity : can
furnish best of i-aiV.ren.Vs. S. Q. Cleve
land care of S. K. Hawkins. 214 West
108 th st.
TUTORING.— Harvard Tiian '1907). college
and school experience, will tutor one or
two boy* for entrance. Address Summa.
Box SS, Tribune t«ai-*.
USEFUL MAN.— Swedish: can lake care, of
horses, cows, etc . willing, obliging; ref
erences. Address K. N.. Box Itt, Tribune
Office.
YOUNG MAN. colored, as u»ef«l man or
elevator .runner. F. Newe, 252 West 47th
St.. rare of Silva.
T(«IM'. MAN. experienced shipping clerk
ami packer, with good house.; seven
years' experience; b»*t reference. Sam
SrbJabowlU, .'•■! East 115 th at.
Y'it Mr MAN. 19.- In machine shop or any
kind of work; etrotifr. healthy and wining;
to work. Address Janitor. 881 Fast 179 th st.
. WORK WANTED.
Female.
I 24 words. 3 times 25 eta. ]
124 words. 7 times.. 30 ct». I
COMPANION to Invalid or elderly person,
■ I v graduate nurse; best of references;
terms, *ar> a month. D. T. X., Tribune
orace^
COMPANION, or private secretary to a
lady; by yoounr lady of good family.
Fpcaklng rßodern Innt-uaj?*^ well an.l will- |
in-.; to travel; references given attd re
quired. F.. Tribune Ofllce. Harlem. 2fi3 W.
125 th st. '
COMPANION. — refined young woman
wishes poeition with elderly invalid lady
or young girl: Rood references; no massage.
B. 6. D . Tribune Uptown Office. i;iU4
Hroadway.
CULTURED GENTLEWOMAN desires re
er.gaKi*n'fnt. Biipervistng housekeeiM*r. ma
tron. chaperon, in private home, scliool, In
stitution; experlence.r; references. Address
Reliable, Trlbuna llarlnu Branch. 381 West
12."Sth at.
EXPERIENCED TEACHER, college Brad l
ua'.f. desires to tutor; pupils prepared for
rolkge; KngliMh. mathematics. Latin.
French. Gertnaa, etc. A., 124 East filst »t.
MANAGER. — A woman of character and
ability, with 7 years" experience at man
(.p«r. desires similar position in hotel or in
stitution. A It Uurki-U. 204 Columbia
Ueishta, Tlrooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER Hr.'l TTPKWRITBR4a
sIres j.i'niiaiif-nt position; ii\ annnlW tl
-, commence with amail ealary.
Motmn, lifl Wni «i»!h st.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPIST.— Uttra
exi>erleDce: kihxl refrrence; moderate sal
ary. 11. Shapiro. 24.'» West 121 Mb St.
siK.sc ;ic\rn,:i>. TVi'Kwcn i:u » n <i
BihiKKKKPFK Nine yearn' Sxperlenc*;
Al references; |13. J. J. li., U■* If, Trlb-
WORK WANTED.
■ Female.
24 won).! I tlm-d -'• ' " i
124 words. 7 l:m>» •"»''> ct». I
STENOGRAPHER and SK«"RKTAKY.
Experienced, competent. well educated
and reliable: with lawyer or broker: salary
moderate. Mis* Brlndley. 310 W. 112 th at.
TEACHING.— educated French
woman. <1lplome«. teaching; morning;* In
select private New York school. .le«tr-s
afternoon position in return for home. <v»n
or without salary; highest references. «_.
8.. Fox 22. Tribune Ofßce.
TYPKWBITKK and OF! rANT.
- rflx months 1 exj.erlenc». SOSS :• . Ml
Eldert st , Isr->okl}-n.
WFT.I. EDfCATKD person seeks position
aVaovvrness In good family; both French
and Gorman taught; elementary I-atin i.
ne«^saar%-; New York reference. Mtaa
L. L.. 31 West 16th st.
TOT7NO LADY, Parisian, «le«ire« a por
tion during part of -lay: Is lln^l.t - *?*
can fill po^f'nn reotifriric tact an I 'Its
crction. Chic Boi 41. Tribune Office.
DOMESTIC PITCATIONS WANTKT*.
Mala.
ALL AROUND HELPER, ____■*__•_'_■__
n«s« places- general experience with weal
fioo" clfvatorf. electricity and -£*«-£
eoua repair.; own tools. Dillon. 13. WSSI
tiWth at.
ATTENDANT, nurse to invalid r,r elderly
gentleman; good masseur; strong .»••*»!«
.'j man- honest sober, competent; best
?"erenc^." John Walter, 239 w«*«
BUTLER. VALET. -Japanese: first -class.
thoroughly understand, all branches, rf
•p-ctful an.l conscientious worker, trust
worthy active. Intelligent: first-class city
references . Klchi. 47 Prospect Plac*. Man
hattan.
BUTLER or SECOND MAN In prlvati
family; Enellsh; good ap^-arance .
references: character can bear strictest in
vestigation. D. R. D.. Tribune Uptown
Omce. I.TH Broadway. _____ _ ___j
BUTLER-VALET.-Swedlsh: marrlfd, ->^.
»-xcei!<»nt references; thoroughly <on;»
tent and reliable: wages, $60 up. Addr-M
Yale- Tribune Uptown Office. 1364 Broad
way. „~.-.>*' ;
BUTLER. Ac— COOK. &c— Coupl« (col
ored): two years' reference from last em
ployer man butler, generally useful valet
wife Rood cook, would SO work of house,
city or coontrT a. sliai FltzGerald's Bu
reau. 603 sth aye.. corner 42.1 si
BUTLER,— A lady dimlnlshin X her horse
hold wisbea to get a Rood situation (or
an excellent butler; kindly rot telephone.
Address Mrs. M. Beckwlth. Garrison on
Hudson, N. Y. *•■ : -
COACHMAN-— Seventeen years' personal
references. Ad , ir ßS J.. 140 We,t 54tH
St., private stable.
COACHMAN.— By raSMCtabta young man.
in country: understands car- of «*>• horse.
In all points; can drive: cltj- «jr country.
<:. F. Aylmfr. S9« 3th aye.
COOK ,- housekeeper to bachelors; by
vmmg colored man; b-st ratoaaoaa,
David, care of Hughes, 11l W. IM st.
"COUPLE - - Man useful, tabl* or outside
work' wife cook and laundress; both
.'™,,; vounff. neat; reference?. William.
at Matnewson'i Bureau. SIS 6th ay*. Te!.
37b — Bryant. .
GARDENER. FLORIST FARMER.-
first class, trustworthy, middle aged
mar., competent to take entire char** of
gentleman's place; best references; mar
ried, or,, daughter. Albert. Box 04. Great
Neck. Long Island.
HEAD GARDENER.— Ten years In pres
ent -.lac life experience In all bran
of gardening. «Teenhousesi. fruit and vege
table forcing houses; married. 36; no chil
dren- full chaw of gentleman's country
nlace where first clays work is expected
and" 'appreciated; exceptional references
from present and past employers. Address
Competent, Tribune Uptown Office. 1264
Broaiiway.
HEAD GARDENER. — German; practical;
marrlfd. no children; life experience; 18
vt-ars In this country; honest, sober and
Industrious; on gentleman's country place;
with gla3S. where firs: class work is e*
pected and appreciated. Larger. Box 276.
Roslyr . I*. I-
JAPANESE, competent, experience!, rell
able cook, wrtties position in .;■:;■; .on
tra. t foi meals; or srr.a!! family; best ref
erences. N. Suzuki. 4.1 Sands st, Brookrjra.
JAPANESE. piaSi cook, waiter nr laundr;.
nian. In private famil-. reference. T.
Matsu, care "f Suzuki. 4-. San is st . Brook
lyn.
NURSE VALET. WouId car- for invalid
or elderly gentleman: can glvo massago
and share: disengaged October IB; pa?'--:--*'
and physicians' reference; city or country.
M. J. Fitzgerald. Garrison. N. T.
USEFUL MAN. — Neat German: can take
charge horses, cows. etc. ; willing, oblig
ing: can be useful inside; references. Fred
erick, care of Mathewson'B Bureau. 818
6th aye. Tel 37S — Bryant.
"WAITER.— Rv *. colored Protestant: g«n
#rally useful Indoors or outside; 4 years'
reference, moderate, wages: city or coun
try. W. W., Mr- Comer*! Agency, 123
W".«t 23 i st.
i»omkstic srrrATicx". waster
Female.
CHAMBERMAID ar.i WAITRESS,
ealarl] neat, competent. oMlging young
woman; excellent persons! city refer"n<-e«;
city or country. M. H . Mr?. Collier's
Agency, 122 West 2".*. St.
COOK and WAITRESS -By two slst-r-;
very good cook and laundress: sister wait
ress, chambermaid: willing and obliging;
gcod r»rerenc?; city cr country. Flaher
ty s Bureau, 455 Coiumbus aye. Tel.. 741 —
P.;ver.
COOK.- Young Irish girl; weald assist in
laundry; city family. P>a?--> call after
10 a. m.. Me. Hofm&yei'a. Bureau. lra
West 2." 1 st.
COOK and LAUNDRESS. By competent
young woman; city or county; also young
chambermaid an.i waitress; excellent ref
erences. Mr?. Coper's Bureau, ■ 6th
aye.. 3,Sth aj
COOK. —Married; husband to look after
furnace, sidewalks, etc., also small re
pairs In spare time of other employment;
both thoroughly experienced, reliable and
highly recommended; will call evenings.
Address Ambitious. Box 100, 617 Cth aye.
COOK.— Prote.itant; will assist laundress:
good references: moderate wages: city or
countr>". a. S.. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122
West 23d st.
COOK, chambermaid and waitress: pantry
maid: institutions or .-Tubs; good Insti
tution references. P.. Hofmayer"s Pir-ii.
153 W. SSd st. Telephone after 10 a m.,
ISU Chelsea.
COOK. — First class: capable take entire
charge, with kitch«nmaid: understands
plain and fancy cooking; best references
from New York families. Jussila Bureau,
&5O Lexington aye.
COOK.— By neat, obliging young woman;
thoroughly understands all branches of
plain end fancy cooking: excellent refer
ences; city or country. M. S.. Mrs. Col
lier's Afrtncy. 122 West 23d St.
COOK. — First class: neat. tMy woman;
good references: city or country: wages.
$25 to $30. Flaherty's Bureau. 485 Colum
bus avf>. Tel.. 741 — River.
DATS WORK. — Competent, neat youns
woman; oat by day, week, office rieaa
lng. family sewlnjr. Ugh', fine laundry
work: city reference. Conroy. oil West
•list st.
FIRST CLASS cooks, laundresses, wait
resses, parlormaids, chambermaids ant)
housemaid* on hand; mostly Scandinavian
and German he!jj; references strictly in
vestigated. Scandinavian Emp. Bureau.
747 Lexington aye.. Letween s«th ancT «tOtb
its. Tel. 4887— Plaza.
FAMILY -WASHING. Ironing: by month.
week or dozen; private house; open air
drying: will furnish best references. 832
KuM 7?d st.
HOVSEWORKER. — No washing: In city
family; $22; first-claas references. Please
call-aftnr 10 a. m. 8.. Hofmayer'a Bu
reau, 133 W. ltd st.
LAUNDRESS Capable Finnish girl, aa
laundress; willing to help with other
work. Jusoila Bureau. BSi> Islington aye.
LJLUNDRESS.- Swedish; first class; out hy
day. Bead postal. Nortel 1. 10-1 W. MM
MAID to theatrical lady: would travel]
quick dresser; good hairdresser. Delrec
11i» West Houston st.
MAID. — For rrovrn children or for elderly
lady; North <;«!rman Kirl; boo.l refer
ences; »■»«•». ISt, <a;i 412 W. 43J st.
NEAT, competent American woman as
working housekeeper; reference*, a. L
4<M West 3tth it.
NI'RSB — First class Infant*' nurs»; doctor
and personal reference. Misj Shea"* Bu
reau. I East CM st.
NURSE.— First class; take- Infant or grown
children: city or country: good refer
ences; wages $25 to $30. Flaherty's I5 U
rein. -;)6 Columbus avi- Tel.. 741 River.
SEAMSTHB9S and CHAMBERMAID— By
Protestant: urwlerstands araaanßaktnaj
very neat: best of references: city or coun
try. A. M . Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122
V.>»t 23d St.
SEAMSTUK3S.— Neat, quick worker; by
day or at l.mi«; ftimlly sewing; altera
tions; «1 85. Mlsa ChrUt. I*l7 3d art., care
of Hoffman.
TWO GIRLS, together; one «•< cook: other
ih cliain ermaid 'vattresa; wages $;s an d
522; ex<-Ml»nt references; country pre
f«-rreJ. Industrial \«i«'ii. !> East -t.M st.
WAITRESa of Trelan.l P.-otestanT
very tin* waitress; un :>un.u salads
and aerving wine; »■»«« $^a to $23; ref
erence* Flaherty's Bureau, 436 Columbus
*l»- Tel.. 7*l— lUv«t.
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Elnr!» Jnsertlons 3 cents per line. Six
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back parlor, with privilege of light cook
ery. In a brick house, with all modem Im
provements. H. Thlry. W Academy at,
near Webster aye. Laaas* Island City. N. T.
13 i.ivin.;sto\- PI.ACE. Sfjj vesant
Square, ltfth st. Rnoma fronttni park.
'Phuna ;-J»'.7 Btnyrasniit.
IIANDSOMKLY furnlshej parlur and he*
room; also sirulo moni: private entrar.co;
bath; steam h»at. Vhlllips. 138 W. JHth st.
TO LET.— In the suburbs cf N«w irk. M
miute3 from City Ha!!, richly furnished
front and bark parlor, adapted for M. D.
office, offering « i; ■»-> ! chance fir » Cath
olic doctor. Ad.?re*s H. K. \N" . Tribune
Vptown Offlce. ISM Uroadway.
LAROK AM» SMALL ROOMS, nicely
furnished; week board: Lath; ■!! Im
provements. S6T West 2(>th St.
PHYSICIANS. BACHELORS.— rarIor floor,
other kars* and uniaJl ronmj; eleirantly
furnl»h»xl; club centre. SSth at . 122 West.
running water. Chambers.
103 D ST.. 2 WEST. — Two-room sunny cor
ner, suite or single, overlooking park;
running water.
11MTH ST.. 419 WEST.— Handsomely fur
nished, outside, sunny suites; rooms; ele
vator; electricity: telephone beard In t>uii<l-
Ing. Tuckgr.
ADVERTISEMENTSand SUBSCRIPTIONS
for THE TRIBUNE will be received at the
following Branch Offices at Me».in Office
Rates: 1.364 Bioadw&v. 15 7 E«L3t 125 th St..
263 West 125 th S;.. 104 E*st 14th St.. 264
Bth Aye. a.nd 1,035 3d Aye.
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TWOHOfI: TRAIN TO PIIII^DKLPhJi
EVSRT HOUR OV THK Hf)!;R. >
FOR PHILADKLPHIik. Lv. 7.-
ST.:— ft SO. 7.50. 8.20. H.Z>\ ».sft 'waft
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a m. <J.«x» Sat». inlyt. \.Zt>. 3 U). 4.10.1%
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2<MM» a. m.. 2..T<> p. m.
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ST. : >'" a. m.. (12.50 Sat* or.lv). S
p. m. Hcndajrat, » '■» a. rr:.. 2r) c . n .~
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cply». t.40 p. m. .-'ur.'ljjii. 10."O ,_
2.CU p. m *
FOX LONG BRAVmi. AS7KTRT »as ■
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p. m.. 12.01 mlditlsht =ur.^ivi. 4.^ »,7
a. m.. 4 (*>. «3O p- m.
Time tabi»s may b* "M»!r«» »t T^n-w^-m
i offlce-: Üb-r'r ?*•■ '' v - 2-"-! °t. T»'.. c££.
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22T,. ■.•*■' K'fth A---. Z7.t* T.-.'rf Ay /. j{7
v»>»t VSth St.. 2-JS Colaxnau \ f . -^^1
■ York: 4 <v..irt Hr.. ?AX ?.U ViXlr.n <t't ' «
JCttrtrmiMl Ay.. Bnoktyn: cry* Rna-iwa.
I Wt!!iam»btir«. N»w Tert Trsr.ii?»r r»
I calls for an-1 ch^ck* ba??.«^- to detrl.-nt;^
BALTIMORE & CEldlT^r
KOTAL BLtTE LINS TIU.IS3L
~ETery other hour on th* e-.-»r» •;--
TO BALTIMORE AND WAHHIN'STOai
rv r - Concectlors In X«w "n\r,n Jtaaji
Was Mr* w!th » !I L!ne» Fours.
Le«v» Nt"r Tor'< Dally. 2T? J SI LJVyJi.
WASHINGTON. ?!'per». llJOpa 1.-»»a
WASHINGTON. Dißm". 7..V) am •))»
WASHIN'OTON. Plner. »..'.•) a^l !!>.«» .->
WASHINGTON. Dt=er. 11.50 am lirtw.
WASHINGTON. Bu~«C 1.10 t«)BB
( Parlor *- N. T. to Rlrh-ncnd. Va.)
"ROTA L LTD..' ' Diner. 3..'0 p-n 4.<M K «
WASHINGTON. Uln-r. S.r.i pm • «saa
WASHINGTON. Buffer. CSOptn T.COa
Tliro««>s DaKr Trains to rr 1:*1 :* W-wr
CHICAGO. PITTSBtrRG. I.U) am %lit
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PITT=RT:KG. CLfTV-KT.'D. U»9m 4 09-j
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CIN..ST.LOUIS.LOCIS". »50 ana lOOOia
CIN..ST.LOCIS.LOU73V.. 3.10 jn 100--
Ofaces: 2*-'-. 454. !300 Broadway. 6 Ait»
House. 109 or^r-wld Ft . 225 Ith Ar. »
Grar.d St.. X. T. : ."M3 roltoa Zi.. Erxtn;
West ZiA St. tnd Liberty St.
Aft* 8 p rr.. Sleeptre Car P-s-rrKiy^
«n«l ful* trifcrmat!on r»sari:n? trains, ttr^.
can be obtained at Bureau oi InTcrastto*
B. « O. R. R . 2M St. T*rr...ii^ 'Fhoss
Nnir.Vr 3144 CheUea.
Too*, of TV. 23-i A. : «'ort;»c<l: & D»inr3«eiS_ 3
♦Dv.:* Sunday: »T."y 59.J5. e.;.43 c/j ta. ai 3 _t^
|Lv N.V .AXrSl'j
Ba*7a!o T"ipre^s. | -aT. «j »yi •»- a»«
Baff^io-fhtcaer, E-p— — .. *tis».«n « b!'i!D»»s
BL.il * DUBO*I> IxnttHS *1t.35 a»! itMYx
«:h:cago-Toronrr> _»pim»* *n5.4:) p *j#isj # i 5 in ri
tii Eßi;y FAl.oTl t\iN •:. ss p» i •) l ii M
licketOdcei: Awand !o*i Urotuivif. "
BTEAM_OATSI
Plyls) U lyjlKl :^Bv7 ENSLASD
LGNG ISLAND SODKD HCuTES.
FALL RIVER I V!a N>— ;ort «=1
Fall River. Lv. Pier 10. N. R-, ft. Wanes
St.. r>ally. &.<*> P. M. Ptrs. PRISCILXA
ani COMMONWEALTH- Orchestra na each.
NORWICH LINE V!i 7t*m ■-*«■■
Eat. Lv. :-r 4'l S. R-. ft '^arfcscn 3L.
. week <Ta?i. £ tX» P. M-. Pier TO E. R-. ft
E. •-'-■ St.. 6..W P. St Strs. CITT 07
LOWELL ar.i NEW HAMPSHIRE.
KBW HAVEN" LINE For N-- Hst«b.
ITartf ■■-; Fpri=r?:e!<i. ar.d Ncn... w "**
<!ay S only. Lv. Ret 2?. E. ». i« p o »•
Pier 70. E. R.. ft. K. 22i St. *■•■>■} ?• _
Str. RICHARD PECK.
Telephone 6:no COttbaOt. *r write ft- b;
fom jatlon. F. C COLET. A . C 8 P. A^ X.
E. N. CO.. P!»r 1». v R-. Ne-» Yorlc
&_GQiXnr J BJS3EQ
HLTSON JCAVIGATIO3J CO.
,—., — .- _c fTTtrc N2-.V TOP.X
f—tiT"**— J i-iitii AND ALBANY. '
Strs. C. W. Morse, or Adirondack !v. JJ*
32. N. R-. ft- Canal St.. 6:'X> P. " Z
l_«h St.. «.3o P. M-. dai'.v. FARE. JIM
CITIZENS T TV'S NEW T'iRK
Etrs. lv. Pi-r 43. N. "R . ft. ~ ICTi ~.
5.00 P. M <iai!v. Safjrlay excep->i
ROUND TP-IP. S2.»>
DAT LINE STEAMERS. £a:i>- *Tcert SS»
day. Leave Brooklyn. Fu!tc= sr. ibr Aa
nex\ 8; Distresses St, S;40; W iZi 3?.
i»" W. 120 th St.. S> 20 A. M Lanc:=s X
Yonkers . West Poir.:. F^'iSS-
Biwijisla Kingston Poi-t. CMsUtt K^sca.
and Albany. Easy ccß=ect:?r.3 >era.
East and West. All thru rail t!-itst3 5»
twe«n N. Y. and Albany accagtod. JK^«
deUshtfal one-day «ot_si to VI •••: FUt
Newburgh. or Po'ieh»i?e;si*. IgillUfllC..*
dowr. boat. On SatTirdays. at "We«W e« Poiai
F_l Dress Isspecttcn. with tha B_id. «.
1-25 P. It. ileals aaS«SI at a.l i»«aB»
M-^slc. '
kfi J 3<|P. <^ jf jj) if.; -cute. M*tro3«*
irVyJuU _Sl_J^_) ll IyjUUU-iLtaeEipr-i
— TriT"_ ln© 9 : •*.
z. : Stasnaa* ».
h-are U->* ' '
.**e...O ifiL^.
itaw Fier ... N. re. near toot »:opsa?
6t.. week days _id Sunday*. 3 P. M.- *»
Beaton 3 A. 11. next das. Sana *■'£?
returning. Ttoketa, etc.. at pier ud^
clpaU Ticket awl N. T. Traajfar Co. -■••■
SHORT OCEAN TRIP 3
for health and recreation to N.»rfo!S.^CJ
Point -Washlnston. B»r— «da. ere Stvi
10- booklet MARSTERS TorKS. «
West 3"th St.. New Yo-k.
For POLGHK and KINGaJOX
from Pisr .4. » F... week da;.*. * P —
For NtrwaCRGH. week (layi. 3 P. » „
PTivV, * Vt I Frcra Pl»r 2*. N. R. »\^-
SUIiD*. + O \\l.isz l~Jth St.. 9 2O A. M-^
C %KTKT iLE VMNO. _^_^,
T Per lirie ~~ 2 1* !
I 80 times IP ct *-l-
THE C. M. BROWN CO.
Carpet & Rug. Cleansing
221-2^ east S!?-ni STREST-
Te:»,h.->ne!.. 1531 SStii— 941 ■>»■*_
Du»t and DSrt Blown out. not £ro~
Surface only. »_-»
S3 rears* fierier. In Kia« Carpus M aa»»»
N.Y. CARPET CLEARING WOSXS
Oldest. Laraes:, Most Mo<J«m.
437 AND 430 W2iT 43TH S *.
T»t 46U3 — ♦«« Bryant. :aMU^JS^
V hTjORPAX. EDWIN LENTZ.
CAREJTI. CARPET CLSANINO £~
Cleans by com;T«*>«l air. Httaav. JuiTtf.
! an floor. U-3-4 Broadway. 421 ?:aa« «» "•
COE A BRANDT. Tel. 132— 35t5-
Bu\KD tarn K«" : "" t ___—
I Each « words \?aa*
I • * worda. 7 tlraea ?^J-^-H~-~~
Stmre !ns«rtton» " -- « --• ::^_*s"
teen wcrOa. sever, time* eon«« rutl»«q^^
which entitle advertiser to -* v * VTa
•tiered fir % p«rlo.J of fo^rt^a -V—
Th« Tribunal I'lrev-tory at Dealrafcl* »*~~
Writ* far circular.
Fan rarormatlon «>nc«nitna tS "*^4s
may be had. fr*« cf ebaws*. at '"" *•<
Crfflc* of Th» N*«r-ToTk Tribua*. "
Broadway. twtw«ta ««tb aail S7ta <t3 ] < _^
A A A.— ATTESTTOCC '
Attr«ctlv» tlwrs. suite* an.! '^-■•'T>
with an.t without b.,ar.<: air l..'a-»^
crtmces: d^toi*' offices; ir.fi>rm»t:on -
s. c Lnx^\Nr> a co..
* West 33U •* ___ - _^--'
SI^T ST.. « EAST. — S*cosi'! ?-?<^ ' xlK * : Z^
arate^y or ea suite; tab's beard. . *-^
FTHNISHEO KOOMS for youcC *!^
$1 ,V> up. weakly: steam. > '" r ' r^J» «.
rhuno. r-.u.-l.\ gymnasium pri v ''***;;,^7^
$3 50; rr>rrnces rec.ulrea. 1« E- "^ .
106 TH 5T.. sTwT— lirWTn.l I**" *£?&
with tKianl; n.innlrs wv«. iuw*"
fool; $7 up; utng'.a. _i •
«7X H. <^M M \1»(S, -. AVE-. *!aiaS»
St.— Larse. attractive r.n>tris: r- •\'
bath: $l"v to $3u. with «xc«::*a'. tH-.»r-l. ■"
r«"r»on*. __^^^0^

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