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|HMI AND .NAVY NEWS
Practice Marches Shots Gratifying
Results.
[Fmrn The Tribune Bureau.]
■Washington. October li
pRICTICAI* FIELD EXPERIENCE.— Reports
* -t«d s* T ' :C aT Pppa-rtrnerit from peneral of-
cii^w that greater «ir.tentni?nt attaches to
£r€r ca cUee niarchts cf troops. This subject has
■"_' Jt . t c . ■•:■■ -with iv. . ■!-. animation and
*** c of opposltfan. Wben the President ls-
the crder r^quirins these practice marches
f \l Tve iu'.l flfld cquirment cf the soldier they
T T'f^W - oxee-ssive. Th*» order was Issued
*^T iaea of tes'.irtp the advantages of rrac-t!
*", of troops in the CeM. The troops
csi Lgf- pettirsr twenty-one days of marching-
" RT i! resr. &'■£ "■'■* *■ considered the bast poesl
*f c " Ufise. ar.l there i« general satisfaction with
aw _. i_«it In Blternalß years, when the ma-
camp? are held, the practice march will
H* a *^ tx*cte4i a? •* t^s tx-cn found That the
s *^ g^i^s to and from the camps cWa!a the
■ere***"" isarchtep.
.pnrrs ISSUED^— The following orders have
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n?,—'- VIUXUI F. BIJLVVABT. crast artir.erA- c=rp«.
"r'^./tv retiring T>--srd Incararltate^l for active sr
."""-" moaoast of ewrtfHry toctJeat thereto.
, TL^T-i - o' &w»fl IJej'.enact \\TLLIAM E. XIBR-
T-t^zJ: tß^fnfsutiT, accepted.
EMORY S. WEST. Tth QLva:ry. Xy
SfftSeSi CLABESCB E. LAUDEHDAI* from
TVccir.ber 15. to Pan Francisco.
- 1,-Wst "cslaa-5 LOUIS BRErHEMIN. meiical corps.
r=es2.ca: surply depot. New Tork (3ty. to
SJ^-^.s November .V
_Jt:«," '-,-ar.t JAIIZ^ Er-TTARD MALOXST. radical
"* ryTi -— r- to fort nancuk.
; JTrfataenee: CWOBd CHARLES D. PARKXILTiST.
a-^-e-v c-rr*. lour month?.
SAVT
"'iMiHiMTit C'-rr.— ar'rr H. T. BAKER. w* w " t " 4< r M ff.
-^1,-^ j- :.: >':-'.VT. fl*tsiche2 the I'er-aeylvaTua October
• "?^fcfcoß>e tnS wait orders.
I -^tc'^ O. KVANf. d«-tacr.ed can tcwrita:. TVash
"^^^ar to :be F-r-nijivania-
SrfSimwoa M. E. RWE, actachefl recruitlny sta-
to the Hisi.
OF TVARSHIPS.— The follotving
of vessel have been reported to the
IKrartrr.ent:
AF.EIVED.
-^ 0— "" TactSßS at fan Jur,n; the Scorpion, tho Cut
°c-^«^ "' ; ; he Octopus. U» Itamatnla a=<i tie Viper at
wry Phltadeaa»l«. _
ic '_--r ipsdM at r.avj- .■-"-'" tie New
""fttrpftlr* at ErligFport.
BAXLBD.
, c , Tv« -Xec'jTiiseh. from "Washtnpton 2cr Ncrfcli;
*T«j_ p^toctsc fr^ra. Gsar.tar.aino fcr Port AntWlla.
p. -r.!"^-* I'D2rh ; ". from Ph!la<l<Cpi:!a for New Tcrk;
tiliiilr^ ti:« Eiic>. the cnv»i ar.d th# Worcen.
gja Norton for Charleston: tfaa Blakelr. from Nor-
OfTICEES BEGIN LAST TEST RIDE.
(feseri' Grant Sets Pace ls Riding 450 Miles
Vcltstarily.
Pert Etban Allen. Vermont. Oct. 12 (Special).—
Tbe laft group of army officers, six In all, to
4i» the test ride ordered by President Roosevelt
C 2 Cwfr 1 first day's lap to-day, starting from tfce
ggf c: 7 r ■ clock, this morning:. G*»r.pral Grar.t set
the 'pace, this mak:r.c ths tMrd 50-mile test ride
fcebas tak^n from Fcrt Ethan Allen and the firth
ft «1L tht other two beins frora Fine Camp ar.d
Fen Myer. On Wednesday. -K-hen tils ride Is Sr.
iihed. be wiH have taken test rides this year ag-
JrreES.tir.ff C 8 fflSJea. The actual riding -with fcim
is rcrely voluntary-, for. although he .must su
, pprris'S the tpsts, only colonels, lieutenant colonels
rrd majors are required to take th-nn. The gen
rnl -wts f.fty-€i*Tht years old last May.
Tfce oSicers takiiis tliis last test are Colonel
' G*erre P. Serlven. or the sienal corps, stationed
Da G-:\crnor'6 Island: Lieutenant Color.el VCill
ji— vr. Gibson, of the ordnance cexiartment, sta
»Mrf at tTaterrtiet Arsenal, New York; Major
Bear A. SLett, ciedica! corps. Fort Siocum, New
T:rk. Jl^jor Euger.e O. Fechet. signal corps. Bos
BO4KD AM) ROOMS.
Tach 6 words eta- I
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fS^e 'nsertlors " ef=tJ V~ «=«• ■*■
tea rrrfl" «even tisiee ccc»« retlrely, 11.
«Sk± «ntj-.:e« advertiser to hay« rooms
— ,- ;^r a period cf fourteen lava la
rie Tr'f-r.e - s 7Jlr*cUi?T of D«sirit!« Baa***.
i-- iir ._-.»-•
r- isfcrmatJca ccncernlEi? •*-•»« mntni
e«t t* 1 - — cf charge, at the TTj>to-«-a
Ottt. c" The New-Tors: Tribune. 1554
fctaiwiy .«v*tfa 28th and 37tl> ata.
a. -A.— A —ATTENTION.
ATrac'iv* f.oor«. F-^ites ar.d slcc'.e rooir.s,
«tl and witlujot V"«rri; a!! loctt;or.«: ref
err--e= SocXorV oCoe»: information free.
>. C. LEI_A.%D £l CO.,
4 W«t otd ax.
t^> ET 158 EAST. — Select t>oar<s: hand
noe rooms, fcathrooaw •r'tnTr.uTii'-a.ting-:
■ .' ' iiy water: plesiy closets; horaeiike;
rcn^;a-»; r-ler*nc*s.
"ZZy. ET 4"'4 TVKST fArartraent 2>. — To
r^r: f_r~ c :.'?^. outsla* room, fnuth'm
etprwurf. vsltabl« JOT tttc; b!so otter
rral>r t~-'^tts. r**a*="r^lr-le; t-rfakfafftF.
■Oiscrx a*t:.. ♦tts. o*4. ear.. — Seconii
Ca -; tl= • tlssrVe an-1 <Jr«ubl» - — . ex
r»^tr.-' tib;e; American.
TH'53 f.'.i.-HING « rtf.ned. perraar»r.t
•erne, excellent table, r.-.ar e.r»'y 3 - r^zst
"Si rt, : =l. J»a-s; references.
d TtXST I€TH FT.— Psrlcr Boor. trj:h
rrtiite bath; #>rar.t!v f-jrci£heij; excel
a: tat>. telephone; %tta=i h«st.
f.F" ET. 6 T- — Secona floajr tuite; sep
tn**;j lt en dtc; tal.;e board, ilus
PCZSkISBED ROOMS TO LET.
' ITB3CXSHED EOCIIS TO LET. — HOTE- I
V»N Bi.l-.EN N'3- IS3 E iCTH ST.. !
irr «ed and Lexington vks.
HFj: c HOi.r HODEBX TRANSIENT, ;
FEKI^LNKXT itfJ liOC-iIS. ♦€ PRIVATE >
Eaths eho'tzr bath, hot and ;
cold aogyryc water -and private :
3ELEPBCCC£ OS E'.T.RT POOM. OTIS
BLSTATOB F.OOiIS FOB GEXTLEMSN. .
l«c and vp.
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BISSEOKE I;C-OM>. bath; bachelor fcoss«;
gtiti.lwi'if.'Od ezclsstre; suoway. Eroad-
J«r. cnasEt<nm ::r.es crrTenie^t. 6 I>eii"S
tfea-.e
CaSTUSC HEI.T f-urriehe.} perlor and be<s-
Wesi; s. t<, fir^ie rrxTn; private ertran'.-e.
»'i; i:*ir. beat. FV.:.;^. 158 tT. S-Slfc St.
TO UET.— Ia tte s-.ib.irts cf New York. 30
T:ur~ *T>rr. City Hall, richly tundab*4
MB tr.a ts-i j-.o.r:cr. sia.;tej Tor M. D.
SSbil cCerisx a E^-i > ~=a^'^e f^r a «'ath
toexor. Ai'irera B. E. TT., Tr!t-ne
jTtltswu O^o». 13G4 Krcalway.
:z BOOM, n»w:r bnrd>h«4; oipen
- -r-.--s:- bath, dresrir.jf room; <r^e
-SS* e--^ *:: cay: coStable br two people.
Mfaad. m v.-^ ; ;; S t Ft.
SO LEi — QtKastlr tsnlsbed frcrt scd
ksxk parlor, wlih i-riviieee at light cook
** a a house, with j.ll modem lra-
P"^ea»-a h. Tfciry. I^-1 A»if.T.y st .
P*"«tsMrtTtH t^ecg iilarifi City, N. T.
~ IJTiyGSTOX PI-ACS. Ftujvessr.t
*t;--£r*. :>•- s .. Rooms frocttsg park.
"*s* I2C t:u"€£ai:t.
y ' - tc ~ SJD ET iiiaiii-'jn Sg-.-are Booth)
ccr.r.»'.-:r£ rrjotns. Lathroom. ty
■~"~r. : rtferences.
s k vrr^.r i^4~h st —Modern rrivai
.-■f'- I *;' «**ly openea: furnished Ea'^re
j-» *^jh Tor.rtif , t»ic j ii-ja* ; rnocerate rent*.
e *^ FT. 62 TTEi«T.- Larit*. wll fBT
•; ;t:: * !l! l rooaa In core- s h^jse; tath ad
~'"nK; »Olt1fOMU: ref»renc»!.
4^3 ST.. «:» WEST.— HanCsoniely fur- j
''"UUI. r.-Tr;4e, ssrr.ry suites; roorcs; »ie-
.^-jj-j.y. tei^j^QQ, v^rarfl in bnUA
- *«■ Tttdser.
12TH ET— AttractUw rocras.
r-ZT* tsa "Mil; E--WU- Coroisbed: quiet
-^TE£^2^£ EO """'kooms' to 1.et.~~"
i^." . it *i r /' ''•■^ r -*- rteam h«at; e^ctnc
PI AMOXtJS" a~JEW KLB Y.
fj-~~ l *^ il i ( -i2r for c_« mends, precious
»«4 "„■'-;- r'-d. jewelry. BstabttalMd
- ■* J » ---r---; a or Broadway.
i ai f not mi
I »;.,;" **OE tAIj;. — J«Tib G*n«ler. Au<v
■?4 -^ - r > -*ul •*;' cr Wcteesdaqr. October
S«"J*' *'; •'«*«*■ •-i - I^ s aye..
-^ir;^ '" Ksnbattan. the fixtures of a
~r* ti ." ■"""^• L i tljere. to?*Th-r with Th« >a»e
tti- I^'""' ««e< «" Über 115. of Ba«-
ZT I ** caioaacM, r»gc 2*6.
J*t trm.-I! — ; ~~~ —
Aw,,"* 1-*1 -*- r - a; 1 *>ecu'!on. I. -fV-rnstfU!.
«< c? pp I"^^1 "^^- »rtll sell tn--day. at U.ZO c. m .
r«ti*. *"""* "' • *>&nh«n»n. lot nf hcrfcft
Ai^^ii tra«r.«s *nd whip*. By order of
Rr ~r ■
tfci» '**; ' ,': of tn ""•"'■'iti. T will »c!!
ts^r r^-. i" a. rj.. er R-fc_io First *t 3'«>
°J acUi. I Van Lttr, City ilarihai.
ten: Major Wllltaa S. Pe!rce. onSnanee dpp.irtmont.
Philadelphia, and Major Tracy c. DicUson ord
nance department. Sand;.- Hook. All but Colonel
Scrir<M underwent a mcilcal examination on Sep
tember 30. The ride was at Brat srhrduW. to taka
place on October 1. 2 and 3, but tvia postpone.l to
th« 12th, Mfh and 14th of the month to await
Colonel Scrivons arrival from Europe He ra
examined yesterday. This ride will finish the en
durance testa ordered for army officers by the
President.
PLANS FOR FLEET COLLIERS.
Washington. Oct. 12.-Th a naval board on con
struction has submitted Its reeommendaticrs con
cerning the chief characteristics of the two fleet
colliers authorized at the last session of Congress.
The plans provide for a carrying rapacity. Includ
ing canro. of 12.500 tons of coal. The engines win
furnish a speed of fourteen knoti One will bo
built at the Mare Island Navy Yard, and the other
under contract. Proposals will be invited to the
next few weeks.
?UYOP REBUKES BUTLER.
British Subject Made a Deputy by
Tenement House Commissioner. .
Mayor McClollan yesterday sharply rebuksd
Commissioner Butler of the Tenement House De
partment for appointing .William A. Robertson
first deputy In his department the day following
Mr. Robertson's naturalization aa an American
citizen. After a talk with the Mayor yesterday
Commissioner Butler paid h*» would soon announce
the appointment of Robertson's successor.
It seems that Mr. Robertson comes from Ens
land, and tool out his naturalization papers only
the day before he was appointed to his $4,000 a
year place. He has been holding office for some
years, and has been an inspector of tenements
since 1902. He was receiving a salary* of $I.F<» in
that place, and was designated plan consultant.
As first deputy commissioner he succeeded Harry
Darwin. The Mayor said Robertson twk out his
papers on his own initiative."
The Mayor's letter to the Commissioner follows:
It has been brcucht to my attention that wren
William A. Robertson acrejned your appointment
as first deputy in your department, on or about
September 10, 1?"*. he had not yet severed his re
lations as a subject of Great Britain, and th^t
he was r.ot naturalized and admitted as a citizen
of the United States until October 1, 13CS, the
day before he was appointed by you ...
in your department.
The Corporation Counsel has rendered to me an
opinion that the lccra'.ity of this appointment is
very questionable. Apart from the lepra! aspect
ol the casp. I firmly believe in the doctrine ot
home rule in regard to tiie filling of lo<~al ofnepp.
Inc-umbents of 6rfW s should have the qualifica
tions cf a bonn fide citizen before they ure in
trr=ted with the duty <v" poverninrr the citizens
and resitipnts of this cityv . . . ...
The further fact that th« above Information
was hidden f r<«rri ' ir.e- and to«fttel*t.rtQ 'my notice
after the appointee was. sworn in niakes the case
more reprehensible.""
I request you to take the necessary steps to
carry out my views on this subject.
BETTER KEEP YOUR DOG MUZZLED
Health Department Orders No Let-up on |
Stray Animal Warfare.
Dogs without leashes or muzzles will receive spe
cial attention from Health Department patrolman
this -creek, be?iniJns: to-day. Dr. Bensel. the Sani
tary Superintendent, received a complaint yeeter
<lay that doirs were besir.rjins to run at large pgtiin.
and he sent for the head cf.tho sanitary police and
gave orders that he shouM u*tall seven men to
spend their whole T.Une'surinlr.g' ro'fjrrr&y "flogs. The
ordinance has be^n tentatively limited to October
rjl, but it ras said that it would probably be ex- i
tended for an indefinite period.
r>r. Bensel s«id tho sanitary police had not at j
any time been instructed to Jet up on stray do??. I
but that h» believed a prreut»»r concentration of
effort was necessary at this time. His patrolman
in~charg-e said that ha received reports of do^s (
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DKESSaCAKER »H FEAMSTRESS.— By
colcred girl; in private family; three days
• <»k F Brown. V"-ing Wcmsti <,hr.s
•lan Association, 143 ff«ittMtt;.
nprs c liAKlNO.— Pir-rtD-n? rowr.s, suits:
D^rtS£w vcrk at reasonable prtow; re
n-odelHM. Cornell. 2^ V.Vnt 109 th et.
•Pnon* tHO — Rivfr-ide.
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MILLI^BTt — 55me. R!>y. H5 W. 'X.th.
make, tail that Knd rti^lnctlon. Mate
rlai* furnished or accepted. Moderate.
11ME IULDC, laic with Ward ia.les
taiior; gowna, exciiielve ety>s. g*rtsct fit;
cwn Tr.atenais accept-d. i"^*> Bromaway,
b-twe^n 100 th and 101 st stt R»*fcnable
prices.
FPOKESSIONAL SHOPPER, out of town
cr i-j*y or tak* char X - ladles' wardrobe.
OKI r « AVTEP.
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i M»T A GKNKRAL MANAGER f»K*r
I^a:<i«n:> wanted t-v corpora t«on mana
toffiSa \pne*m nedlcfa»: has to in
vest J3Of«i in etcck of cOKpany; a mar.
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euit<s jjariKUiaxs -b»iit <iuai]Sca««"n»- '->•
R... Boi 7. Tilbune <JfT.ce,
ADVERTISEMENTS and Bum'np'Joni for
Tte Tribune received at tn*ir L ptown
Ofiire, No I*^4 Bread we y. t*"""-en 38th
ar.d 37th ets., uttil S otlocV p. j. Ad-
Vrnisercfnts received at tht tallnnliig
branch oS^cej at rtgu.'ar ofS^e rate* uatlj a
o'cloric p. m.. vli. : 244 f -h aye., ti e.
Mr I^'id »t. ■ 1&3 «th av»-. i-or. 32th st. : «.i>4
I^st 14th et • 237 'West 42J et.. between
7ta and fcth a vs. ; 263 W**t 125 th at.; 1"23
2d ivc; Jiitii U aye.. ne»r Clat 't.: 17(W
lFt aye n-ar Hjth et ; 157 East IJBI ■*■:
T6« Tremom aye. ; «^0 3d aye.. ..j any
Ajotrtcaa l/lstiict TeJtsracli office.
YEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. OCTOBER IS, 190 S.
being killed dally, but that there could be more
effort made to enforce the law, and this will be
dene this week.
PREPJRIXG GAS APPEAL.
Eighty Cent Case Before United
States Supreme Court Soan.
riepresmtatlves of the various Interests are
working- night and day preparing: for the argument
before the United States Supreme Court on tie
appeal from the decision of Judge Houph c?**> lari 15
the SO-cent gns rate confiscatory, and therefore
unconstitutional. The case Is on the preferred cal
endar, which 'vvilJ be taken up at the first regular
session of the court for the fall term, which opens
in Washington -day. It is, however. No. M «
the li-t, and will therefore not be. reached, in all
probability, for ten days or two weeks.
The constitutionality of the act will be upheld by
Assistnnt Corporation Counsel Burr and ex^Judse
Alton B. Parker, representing the city; Georpe S.
Coleman and Edward B. Whitney, for th« Public
Service Commission, and Attorney General Jack
son, representing the state. Mr. Jackson filed his
brief a week ago. Mr. Coleman and Mr. "Whitney
expect to have theirn ready I y the end of the week.
It is understood that they will present some new
and interesting arguments. The brief for the city
will also he filed within a few days.
The principal Question at issue is whether the
pas company can charge up the value of its fran
chises, which it places at $12.<T>0.<*j0,'in achedollas
the amount of property on which it is entitled to
get a lair return.
Judjre Ilou^h himself in hi? decision paid: "It
thus appears that the corporation, under the legis
lative' reduction ordered, in earn more than 6 per
cent -upon the present value of Its investment In
tangible property. Jlf such property only is consid
ered. I think the return sufficient to satisfy th 3
law."
DIVORCE AT LAST FOR COLONEL JEWELL.
Colonel James A. Jewell, for several years Cn ted
States General Appraiser, has at last succeeded in
obtaining- a f.nal decree of divorce from Mrs.
Jewell. The Jewells were married at Laconla.
N. 11., in 1880. Trouble arose between them about
13<jO. which resulted in the action for absolute di
vorce In 1902. Mrs. Jewell denied th« charges of
her husband, and made counter charges. The case
came to trial before Justice I^eventritt. In the
Supreme Court, and ■ jury, when a verdict in
favor of Colonel Jewell was r^turn^d. Justice
Leventritt signed an interlocutory decree in lf-05.
Mrs. Jew°ll appealed to the Appellate Division, bat
the finding cf the jury was there affirmed and .'he
took a further appeal to the Court of Appeals.
This tribunal recently affirmed the dec^ion of the
Appellate Division.
PASTOR GOES TO JAIL FOR A YEAR.
The Rev. Aubrey W. Wilson, a Scotch Presbyte
rian minister, who lives at No. 33 Gold street.
Brooklyn, v.as sentenced to a year In the peni
tentiary by Judco Dike in the County Court, Brook
lyn, yesterday. He was indicted by, the last Kinpa
Comity Grand Jury for grand larceny In stealing
a quantity of clothing from Mrs. Mary Ash. The
Salvation Army got the minister a job with Mr 3.
Ash when he was stranded In New York. When
she complained, a policeman sent out on the case
arrested a police lieutenant he thought was acf.ng
quearly about the Ash house. It developed, when
the lieutenant was arraigned in court, that ha lad
been sent . to arrest the clergyman.
F. J. H. KRACKE RUN DOWN BY WAGON.
Naval Officer F. J. H. Kracke was called home
from his office on Sunday- by ths sudden illness
of his wife, who, as told in yesterday's Tribute,
died • that day from heart disease. As Mr. Kra.
was hurrying to the Bowling- Green subway station
a lisrht wagon ran him down. A wheel passed
over his right foot, spraining the ankle. A poli?e
man called a carriage and took him to his home at
No. 11 Kenmore Place, Brooklyn. Mrs. Kracka died
soon after he got there.
WORK WANTED.
Male.
\ 24 Tfonls. 3 times. 27, cts. ]
i 24 words. .- times 50 ct3. |
ASSISTANT XiOOKKEEI'EK. 1». gous~p-n
rr.an. rapid typewriter, desires position
with concam where exr-t'rience ar.d ahliity
»:e requisite. Affiscl. 158 Vernon aye.,
!••■ .->«iya.
ATIfLKTIC, refined young man. expert
physical cultunat and masseur, will ca.ll
at gentleman's residence morcirtss; hlglily
recorr.n;c::dcfi by mtrnber of New York
dub. Athletics. Tribune Uptown Office,
ICJ4 Broadway.
CHAUFFEUR. — Colored: private family;
ijty cr country; ptrscnal references. Ad
dress I>. Aikcn, 1m Kailroad aye., Jersey
City, N. J.
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DRAFTSMASfj— Mcf'hanlcal, d?tailer and
tracer; your..? rian. 27; four yrars' shep
anil five years' drawing room evriorice;
rrio-ierate salary. E. J. ML, 471 6 r..h aye.,
Brooklyn.



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MAN. -Married (rood e4nca4 m afte-1 45:
health-.; no bnd habits; at ajiythlr.K:
srr.a!l fc«l;in'- W. Lv. li*S 2d aye.. Ixir.s
l£iar:J i;ltr. *
MAN- Married; asrei S5; route driver's
position or driver; hor.es!, tvHIIt.?. steady:
excellent reference; or anything that will
pay ?14 or more, Henry Behak*. 401 Suy
<ia.m ft.. Brooklyn.
MAX. — Colored; all around horseman: any
kind of .work; references first class; handy
roan: city or country. U. J. Kingston. 434
Myrt> aye , Brooklyn.
MAN. — rr.t<;ll!(rent: »temr.eraTe: KfA 3*;
wishes to cltanre from uncertain em
ploynn nt. •as carpenter. to something
Kteady; factory or shipping house preferred.
Cterpt, lfeS Coluinbla St., Brooklyn.
MARRIED MAN to work et anything.
Pcheuertng, f-3a E«st I.lHth at.
uth st.
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PRIVATE SCHOOL MASTER.— Or r.a bor* l
or men'n club director; by a K<"ntl«man
of <xr»rrlenuß In a m^rropolltan soctaJ act
tlemetit. /. ., Box t£. Tribune Office.
rr.FFS PHOTOORAPHER and AHTIST.
with <rrpfl<»x. deslrts petition with news
paper cr magazine; exr-erienc*=-d: excellent
references. Address Klik. 1»23 .-rlbuna
Bulldinjr.
WATCHMAN' and CAUKTAKEn. — <"tty or
country; f> years' experience. Art.}re*a
. _ man. car* Janitor, 40$ West l-"7th at.
J WORK WASTKD.
Male.
124 words. 8 times 2.". c -.s. |
I -4 ■fords. 7 tlm^s 50 c'j. |
STENOGRAPHER.— By young man. 25
years oiJ; at present employed, afforling
B years' *x-
I'W.li-nce; t-otiscienttcus worlc?r; JIS. W b
•V.. 8...X 17. Tribune- Office.
YOUNG MAN. colored, a.« porter or all
around mar: wholesale store or fact).-y;
references. William 11. Thomas, m v.'est
135 th st
TOUXG MAN, colored, over ■ I years rnn
nert<Hl trtth Pol!c« Department, as pcrter
Or rar» of small buildings; (y»st r^r'erence.
J. R. Wilson. a West C7th st.
TOlW'x MAX— lntellUrent; at ar.ything".
George Erickson, 120 a Tallsade aye., Jer
j sey City.
I.i 'A; HAN. 22. rMpectafcle, will give
bonus tr> any one securing iilrn a sti aij
poaltloa. John Kovacs. care of V. \ Alo
■^.2 !<th aye.
TOTJICG MAN. — German: married: work of
any kind; in country; a^«>d 25; handy
with too].«; referent. Holder, 303 1-^.st
flS'l st.
TOUNO MAN.— Aped 21; wnll educntei:
any srrt of work; tvouM ■-. ■ - with pirty
as genera] man or secretary. S G. Sp-ibn.
ir>7 Norfolk st.
YOI"NG MAN would li!:<? lnsi-*<s posit on;
good ref<ren^e. A. Edmund's, 526 I.'.n
wood Ft., Rrocklyn. (
WORK WANTED.
Female.
T 24 -norrjj". 3 time's 23 c-s. !
I -i words. 7 times . . . . . . fjij era, j
COMPANION to elderly or Invalid lady:
by refined <""hristl?n woman; jjood reaJ<r;
pleasant home desired; smali salarj'; city |
prf-ffrred. Travis, 27 West 125 th St.
COMPANION to invalid or elderly pemon.
by giaduate nur?e; cat of referenc«^;
t»rn:s, 535 a month. D. T. X., Trilune j
Off.cc.

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GOVERNESS.— German; speaks French and
Knglisi; fluently J excellent iveiTona! refer
enc-s. Industrial Awn of America. Inc.
'J East 41' d st. 'Plioae I"JK3— 3fttn St.
MASSAGE. — A renr.trd woman wisher to
treat iartles at their residences In. gei eral
and facial mas3agf, shampcolr.g, ■ alp
treatment, beii.uti£yiug; the akin, etc; satis
factory and beuvru iai treatrneni guaran
teed. -...,• . i-"3 Bell aye.
MOTHER'S HELP or care of Invalid for i
jart or wr.ol« day. ty a lady of refine- j
ment. Mrs. Bah<\v. -y.VI iJttal 6th St..
Hrookiyn.
READER. — A lady would like to do rid
ing for ladies, gentlemen, children, or
other-wise, as may d* desired. Address
Reader. f-:i3 L«xln?ton aye.-
tsTENO'.RAPHER— By younjf lady; Arner
l'jan; refined, accurate, neat, energetic;
oompetent to Hl] responsible posltiun. ref
erence, li. Address 11. A. E.. Tribune
Office.
IRAPHKH and TTPEWRITER. —
WiJiing to assist with office work; few
monthe' experience; salary moderate. Ail
d:ess E. G.. 340 Stanhope St.. Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER.— By young lady, with
good r»ference; four years' experience;
able to fill position wh*re high grade ser
vice is wanted; $15. A. B. W.. Trlbunt
Offlcc.
STENOGRAPHER.— By yean* lady, i
reference, character, ability, experience;
Jl- M F. 8.. Tribune. Offlce.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. &+
»: roe permanent position; six months ex
perience: •■omrr.en--« with small aa-arr-
Mcran. 116 West »Oth st.
STENOGRAPHER anj TYPIST. — Three
years' experience; jrnod referencoi tu'.a.'v
$18. 1214 Bußhwii-k aye , Brooklyn.
TEACHING. — Hlghjy educated Freach
wcraan, di^lomfe,. teaching :: r\.:.,- - ID
select private New York schccl. denlres
»*fternr>on it ton In return for home, <i- 'i
or without «ilary: hleheat references. C.
a, Hox 22, Tribune Office.
VISITING COMPANION tr> Invalid; by re
fined widow; IS years' exjTler.ce fn
nursing; speaka Gerir.an and Ens lnh;
cheerful fllapnaitlnn; muilLa!. Hrt. Laui*
Vance, ir.4 Kast 119 th st.
VISITING GOVERNESS.— French, Sw!«7;
ni&ijy years* experience; mornlnsr, n'tfrr—
norm eriK»Kem«-uu>; takes children walking;
b*-st refurences. Address Mile., tare Anler
son, 586 litrireri »i.. Brooklyn.
VISITTNO. GOVERNESS, having dlien-
XiiK f -d Bfternron hours, desires additional
puplls; kinderßarlen. primary; curvet sful
with backward or dflltraie children: exferl
enced: lilKh^st references. Address Mra.
C, I'jii V\. Una at.
DOMESTIC RITfATIONS WANTED.
Mai*.
ATTENDANT, nurse to Invalid <- r elderly
eent>men; (trod maFi^ur; Ftrons. middle
need man; honest, tober, com ft tent; best
references. Jcr.n SUltrr. 21i» \\*st t>Hth it.
ALL AROUND HELPER, domestic or busi
ness places; general experience with wood
floors, elevators. eiactriclty and miscellan
eous repairs; own tools. Dillon, 137 West
tilnh St.
BUTLSS— COOK.— By colorca mar
62>i c* . care fif Lee.
■ UTLER. Competent; very Ft"*dy; ner
fectly sober; wlllinK; with ex'- lent per
tonal references; In private :a:ntly; co
anywhere; S>!o. A. S., Tribune ''.town '_»f
flce, 1364 Broadway.
BUTLER — VALET.— Excellent man; fully
competent as first class butier: very best
references; wages $50. Osterbers's Bureau,
71G Lexington aye. Tel. IOCS — Plar«.
BUTLER. — Japanese: first class: lias Inn?
experience and best city r»-fe:rnce. If tn
•mail family as cook lii ama 1. Kaat
19:h it.
BUTLER. — Cco.l experience; city or coux
try; first class refeiences. F. Johr.sor.
346 West 4: ■ St.
CHEF — Colored: an
rsataurant, ..■••: „r dab; bi
CHEF. — Japanese; first clasp private fam
ily, can take full charge of kitchen; best
references; $.')'>. Jullen Emp. Bureau. Bry
ant Ballding, 42 st. an.i 6ih a- - Tel.
4381— Bryant
COOK or GENERAL H'IfSKWnRK.-B;
Japanese: anywhere; references. C. Ohira.
M East Bats st.
''HJJI Brsl cia.'s a'l amand: 10

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COACHMAN — S.-otch. rli fie ur.'ierstan'lß
1 <"rse#. c;)rrias"s; can cars small country
r!ac"; furn.T-e. rcners'ly useful; mo.iera'o
wag-ea; reference. Address Thomas, Tay
lor's Hotel, 1»!> Fark Row.
COACH3IAN. — Useful. c-od all r->-irrl
man; private p!«ce: rnr9 garden, lawns
an] niilkinsx: steam or tiot water f'jmare*;
wage*
eno-s; country o'r.ly. K. M.. Tribune L'l>-
I -«:. OSce. 13«4 Broadway.
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roupie. man
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prffen-e-1. Flaherty's Bureau, *83 c
bus aye. Tel. 741 B
COACHMAN.— Enxltab: married, no
family; smart arP'aranre; agefl 4'^;
height 5 feet fi; weight IJ4; Uioroughly fs
p»rlenr»ii hcrgeman: careful driver: Wt
through gentleman giving up; fibres per
manent position; £o anywhere. E. S., care
r-t Thlef»>, 151 Kaf=: <7th st.
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COACHMAN Scotch Protestant; Fin
g\t ' . thoroughly competent; excellent r*f—
erence*; rify or country. Industrial Ass'n
of America. Inc.. 9 East 42d St. Tel. 2M3
— SBUI st.
COACHMAN. — By r.eat younfr Scotchman;
careful <Tr!v»»r; g^nf-rally useful: ex^el
l*nt refer^ncpj; h3» friend as stableman.
Oei..-(t». at Mathew'on's Bureau, SIS tith
ay-?. Tel. 378 — Bryanr.
COACHMAN.— First class; sinz>: th<-r-
OUCbly rx[)f; !r:ictd <-ar»" horses, carriae^.
harness: rareful driver: city, country;
jfenerally useful: teirrs modf-raie: city ref
erences. Address Competent. Box 19, Trib
une Crfire.
COUPLE - Man coachman, 'iKoful. all
around man: wife cook or laundress: city
or country; s!i years' personal references.
Industrial As3'n of America, Inc., a Eaat
42d st.
COUPLE. — German; man coachman; -wife
■-ook and laur.::- $30: country only;
b«st r«fe:«rir*s. Julian Emp. JJurpau, Bry
ant Building. 42d st. ar.J tith aye. Tel.
4381 — Bryant
co 1 ' PI. E.-r : man gr.nri b-itler; wifa
rook; referenres first c!a.«s: ST. Julian
Krr.p. Burma, Brymnt Kuild;r-R. 4j.: et. and
nth aye. Tel. 4T.Sl ßryant.
'•OfPI.E. — Man Ofeful. taNf or cutside
work; wife cook and laundress: b>:th
Fcotch: young, r.*»at; references. Wi'.siam.
pt Mathewson's Bureau. SIS 6;h aye. Tel.
S7S — Bryant.
FARMER or useful man, cook or house
workex. by youns Irish couple: no chi:
dron. exce'.l'r.t reference. Carpenter's Bu
reau. 154 6th ay».
GARDENER (head, working). — EngltEh;
thoroughly experienced In hot!nusi>s:
orchids, folia*". p!«nts. r^ses. fnii: and
veiretaWps. lan'lscaD-ntr and eeneral ma"
atretr.ent of ail work on private p!a<-» Ad
i:r»sg ciardoner. "» Pprir.nr f'iace. Morris
town. ;:. j.
GAHPENER and FARMER. — Marrl<"!:
mldcle ac?'l; oru» dauehtor ajjed 22; c. <m
pf-tent ia toth branch**: wifp board h<»lp.
tond dalrv. etr.. If required, fall or al
dreas i^ardcntfr, 110 West 10th st.

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GARDENER. — Scotcti, slnslo; t«-nip<-mr»:
• thoroughly competent; carp ffr«»onhnu.«p«.
vpjr<»tahle Mil Sower e-ard-»ns. lawns,
shruhs. lan'l=cape work. etc.. excellent ref
oren'-fB Address GardmeT, R^3 20. Trib
une office.
HOtrSEWORK.— By Japanese. 30, for
eral hou«pwork in harbor place :.t ap.ir»
ncr.t or pmail family in cltj : h::s t*st
reference. Mura, 41 ICast IBt6 st.
JANITOR.— Respectable Otrnian family:
nober; perfect all around; Al r*ference»;
Kood neighborhood, iio-.v n tnwn. 'U'esi Pl'le.
if possible, .lanltnr. ,^l7 W«<tt 17th st.
JANITOR. — Colored cuuple: man handy
with tool!": best city references.
Cr. White. All East 118 th St.
JANITOR. — Scotch crup'e wtmid iike to
take care »f nice, respectable fiat; hus
bar.d handy with tools; everything kept
nice ar.d cl*>.an. Clement. 42:> W.*«t ofttli st.
JANITOP-.--Sn-nll Gorman family. Speak
ing Bnarllsb: ff«i P'<*e p-f?-.-r : r Wens,
SiT» East 77th *t.
JAPANESE, competent, experienced, reli
able oo<-k. wiahet position In club; con
tract for meal?; or small family; best ref
erences. N. Suzuki 43 Sands rt.. Brorklyn.
JAPANESE, plnln cook, waiter n r laundry
man, in private family; refprencte. T.
Maisu. care r>f Suzuki. 43 Sands st.. Brook- ■
i
MAN, speaVdns only O<rrr.»n: un(?fr>!tar.d»
house and c^rd^n work; can take care of j
horses; best references. Address R. R, !
W*o. Advertising Office, 321 WyckoS a\e ,
Brooklyn.
MARRIED COtTPLK. Kn*!Uh an.l Scos.-h: I
a^ < -^amb<"«r>n! 1 or rrald; rcsn a.« hutlt-r; i
thoroDßhly experienced, O. M.. Trtt'une •
Uptown (•nj'-f. V.ifA Broadway.
SECOND HAND. COACHMAN cr HOUSC- j
MAN.— By youner Germcn: a»r.->J 24;
yeber, honest, willing"; references: Isst cm- 1
plover can h« s«»»n; cttv or country. R. |
Dehorn. Mills Hotel, 88th st. an.l 7th aye. I
SEr-ON'D MAN— Pv resrect-'::?, young ]
Frenchman: 1n private far-:!!': hc.npst.
sober ar.r oblls:tn«; A Ko. 1 r^ferenc-.'S. '
Addres? E V.. I'.rx I Trihu-p OSlce.
rSF.Fn, MAN.— ■Cna«rstan<l« r^nrn B rd I
furna • very twst city r«fsrer.i-e. P p.. :
Tribune Uptown Office. 13f14 I!madvray.
TSKFT'L MAN.— Neat C-n : pn: r Kn t^k» i
charge horses. cr>-<v(<. etc : wi)l!n«r. cbllc- !
in*;: '-an b<» uaefßl Inside: m-'frmem. Fred- :
-■■- ■ k caT» of Matherouni'i Rirea-i. MS !
6'h aye. To!. 37S — Bryant.
USEFUL MAN.— Can ttive rare cf horses; \
drive; hoUM and Kar.len work. Ho- i
rr.anr. 20 North William at.
USEFUL MAX. — Man. 80, to work »!-'.(:»• 1 !
conntnr p:a-e; beard ar.d very rr.co'rate i
pay good references. A. Anrsar.r, 14th I
st. an I Wl'ith. a.--. Robokeit, ::. J.
VALET — Vlsltlnir: Knrl!?h; would HJt« f*w
ppntiemen; cart irlv« best of refer* nce^
Address Brook*. 152 East CAth st.
VALETING ladles and nsUwnen; ward- ;
rob*3 ■-•>< for: Ti - i>rk by day, wnek or I
month. "jr.?. 412 West 42d »■
WAITER. — By colored PIOUI wl'.ilng ;
to be generally us*>.''; very r.eat; fjur i
years' r»fer°nce; city .r country, r J., !
Mrs Collier's AICCncT, 122 West 23d st.
j DOMESTIC SITUATIONS HA.NTE't
MaBaSJtS
; CHAMBERMAID and waitress or «en«ral
- • '»rer.ce
j JoUnscu, 353 West 541h st.
CHAMBERMAID — WAITRESS.— By "two
Kir!s five years' references; together or
Separately. O. B. 111,1 KltiGeralds Ilu
raaua. £>U3 6th art., corner 42d at.
CHAMBEP.MAID cr housework; by Ucht
. colored It!; sleep hoin*: reference. Call
or address Lottie, ear* Dampae?, 620 3th
! aye.
. CHAMBERMAID and WAITIUESS — TOOK
and LAUNDRESS.— Two car>»M<» maids.
Call at prastnt employir'n, Mr?. S. W.
t'lark. 130 West 73d it,
■ CHAMBERMAID and plain eewlnu. by a
competent younir girl. v»ry best city tmt
; sranes. Call IM East n i St.
ADVERTISEMENTS and lubacriptlor.a tot
The Trtbun* received at tt>*i. Uptown
j Once, No. 1864 Broadway, between 3t)ta
and 87th sts.. until 0 o'clock p. m. Ad
vertisements received at the following
bran, offices at regular office rates until It
i o'clock p. m . . vis. : 204 ">th aye., a. c
' tor £3d St.; 113 «th aye.. cor. 12tb St.; 104
1 JCaal liv. at.; 257 West a2d at.. »
domestic srrtATiojf* wanted.
Female.
CIIAMREP.JIAin and WAITRESS.— City
or suburbs; neat. wtlllnK and obliging;
"goo.i chamtitrmajj; very reliaMe. Lv, Hof-
I mn>er s Itureau. 153 West :3d st. Te.e
ph^no IS*J4 — Chei3e«.
CHAMBEI:MAII>— First class; Swedish:
wi.. I | to assist with other work: friend
chambermaid ami waitress; competent:
willing; excellent references. O»terber&j
Bureau, 716 .Lexington aye. Tel. WB»
Plaza.
CHAMBERiIAIU.-ny youn* Finnish girl;
willing to h-lp w.th laundry: (food ref
erence; als<j wany others. Jussila Bureau.
«y»o Lexington aye.
CI'OIC — First class; very (food plain and
far. cook; Rood references; wages $-■»
to 135: city or country. Flaherty's Bureau.
43S mbua aye. Tel. TH River.
COOK.— Neat: very nice, Swedish: good
cook; wlil tako full char Se kttchen; ex
cellent referem-es; wages $35; friend lady s
maid; wages $Jj. OsHTberg's Bureau, 416
Lexin;ton aye. T>:. l(>s."i Plaza.
COOK or HOUSEKEEPER.— By New Eng
land woman; excellent references; no
vniFfcing Address L. H.. all 6th aye.
» and lun
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T>l«>pfv-,re. a -• . law*.
COOK— EUTLER. —Ry FreDch couple; both
competent; also EnKli.-'h couple: coach
rnßi:; wiTe cook ar.d !aundres«; rood house
mail; po any distance. Slorrow's Bureau,
7JI Lex'.r.e'on aye.. corner ■-•-: st.
COOK. — Neat Pw*vi:«h elrl: very koo<? cook.
hat<>-r. denerts: b»sr references; waxes,
$:-"; tri»-n.l charnhremal'! an,l waitress; very
iroo<J; n-a£»«. $^2. (-srerherc's Bureau. 716
Lexinsfon aye. XfeL luW Pi^za.
ronK— First cla?s; wiih b^t reference;
JK a month. Mrs. W.Lls Bureau. 473
Cnjumbus aye.. near 83d st.
COOK. — Swedish: riryt cla?s; ex'-ellent
manaeer; ran take full charge; cook an 3
plan elaborate dinners; use.l to b**t of pri
vate family cookinc: excellent references;
WHgea $Z<o. Osterberg's Dureau. 71* Lex
ington aye. Tel. lu.'^ Flaza.
COOK.— Can fill both tranches, pastry am
(renerai cooking; persoral references from
last emplojer; hotel. Newman. 4i)6 Ist st.,
Hoboken.
COOK.— FIrst-c'.ass. experienced German-
American; references. Widmer. 57 W.
lS7ta at.
COOK. — -rv neat; understands ail
hranrhes of plain an-1 fanef corkir:?: best
of references: cltv cr country. A. H., Mr».
Collier- s, Agency. . 122 Wut 3. St.
COOK.— By English Frorestant; first class;
has friend waitress ar.l parlormaid; also
chatr.'ermaii and »earr.«re3i«; tity or coun
try; hiel.ly r«-on!n:tr,<i?'!. Uorxow'a Bu
riju, 72i Lexington aye.. corner si-th st.
CCOK-— By Finnish woman: fir?t <-lan?:
fcood manager; test references from New
Tork Camilies. Jussila Bureau. 880 Lex
ington a<t. Tel. 44u3 — Plaza.
COOK— CiIAMBERMAID— By two German
piris; one eood cook: other chambermai-i
and searr.stre?:*: serarate or topether; goo-i
referen.-es. Matbew*on'l Rureau, SIS 6th
aye. Tel. 378 — Bryant.
COCK.— FirEt class; capable take entire
charge, wirh kitchenmaid; understand*
plain .ir;d fancy rooking; h»st references
from New York farrilies. Jussila Bureau,
<?.>& Ltxlnston ay».

286 St. ' 1 aye.
OAT'S WORK.— Colored woman w!?ties to
do n-ashinfc or rlfanir.g r>v the day. Tail
or address %'iola White, raro of Curry. 3880
Harnes aw, Winiamsbri-i;;?. -..- Bronx.
FA.MIL V TVASHING. Ironing: by r-.onxh.
T-»ek or dozc-c. private house: open n!r
<Inins: wCI furnish b»-9t references. 332
Kan 72<1 st.
FIRST CLASS cocks. laun<!re*-<es. walt
ivss^s. par'.ormaidj. (!i".amber*T^ii4s and
houspmaid? on hand; mostiy Scandinavian
and G^^tnaQ fcel£; references strictly In
«restlgated. Scandinavian Emp. Bureau.
747 Leiir.^ton aye.. Letweea Will anJ t'Jta
Its. Tel. 4SS7— Plaza.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK.— '■' Idle a?ed
woman; n:> washing. Miss Hattla Gar
ner, -i Perry at. tring throe times*.
GnXERAL HOUSEWORK.— By r.eat Scan
dinavian pirl; pood cook, waitress, etc.:
b<>st refprenips; fri-nd nurse; neat German
pirl. Osterbt-rg-'a Bureau, 718 Lexlcgton
ay». Tel. 105.V- Plaza.
IIOCSEWORK In cltv. by young green,
trirl. Call, aft°r 10 a. m., C. Ilofmay—
irs Pure.iv, 153 West 2M St.
IIO''?KKEEPEP. or general housework, in
• small family; by German (27). Bucher,
143't Air.sterdam .c.
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INFANTS' NCKSE-— J!!M!i-«;e.j Er*'.!sh i
Protestant; country references; moderate ■
w?.?rj. k . Hofmayer*s Rurpau. 1":? W. }
23-1 »f. Telephone, after 10 a. rr., I^4 :
Chelsea.
I KITCHEN MAID —Your? Irish «lrl; fI4. |
J.. Hofniajer's Bureau. 1" Wtat — M s- i
: Telephcn..-. after Id a. r:'., ISSi C r.-'.*-:-±.
' I«AUNDRE3S. — First c.as?i. neat r->->.:;*": |
cirl; shirts, collars, tiff?: exco.'Vnt r-f- j
' rr^nces: wttn i'-H: frienrf ctia-r.benr.i'-! i
«nd s*aTHrcss. < 'stprNjr^-; lurc-av.. ~l c , \
'■ Lexington avf. Tn. ISB3 — Fl&ss.
i I,AVSDP.ES?.- T>r^rp»tant lav.n-l-»«-: n*AJ !
and refined; anr>r^t?nJp all branches'; flr« t
! *va=Mpg and ircr.i.'^: good r«-fer*-.c»<i: ciry ;
'. cr pnuntry. J. L.. Mrs. Coiiier's Agencr. •
i U'2 Ti'est 2SI st.
LACXDRESS, &c —By colored woman; ;
first class laundress, maid or housework- ]
j t: p!afp cooking;; wiillntr and obligrln^: C'">od I
worker: steady; sl«»p home. Marion Sh»p- .
i par.l. 2.li' West «M st.
LAITNDRESS. — Respectable younr G«rman !
woman, first class, to take family or j
: hamper washing home; open air <irj!n<r. I
i Mrs. Ehriias. 1W) Avenue A, B4Ui -■ and j
.'.."ith sts.
L.i I 'Nl'>tKS~. — ... class; b»"3t references;
Finnish: also Kirls for s^n»»rai h<!u»work.
yirr Woid's Bureau. 47.1 Columbus aye..
n*ar S3d St.
LA UNDRESS.— First class; shirts. col!ar3. !
cuffs: ais>o ohamhermai.i and waitress;
i an sew: no objection country: best refer
ences. Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington
aye.. rorrer 68tfa St.
LaUXDRF-SP and CHAMBERMAID.— By
Ciipal>! p Finnish plr!. with city references.
Jusclla Bureau. R.^O Leiington are.
LATTNDRESS. rrivate. 254 V.>st »CT<T st .
Bos Cl
LArNDRKSS.— i^arablP Finnish girl, as
laund-rss: willing to help with other
•work. JaKStla Bureau. 690 Lrxtngton aye.
LIGHT HOrSETVORK or rhamfcenr.ald
and waitre?s. by French Pmtpstart j very
r<"st; Rood relerence»; rity or <-ountrr. A.
ML. Mrs. Ccllier's Agency. 12^ 'U>s: st. j
MOTITFR'S HELPER or working house- !
Vc»- r *r by young American woman; fond I
nf children; capable of taking charge In i
mother's absfr.i;e: trus'wrrthy; «tat« saiar>- |
Aildress Union Place, r.urth cf Jair.a;ca aye.
Brooklyn HIH». N. T.
2TITRSB nna JIAID.— Extxrlence'! ; to art
' old la<ly: muntn- r"*<Trerl : h»«t rrffT - !
rnce. Addreta Mrs. T. Timmons. care of '
M. J. Murphy. Pc.-antlco HIi:». ,N. T.
NURSE.— Neat, ti'-y rocng Irish plrl; in
fant or tfown ehiidrm: «-ity or rr>untry:
po^d- references. ETah«rtT*i Bureau. 483
rdurabua aye. Tet 741 Tliver.
NURSE «r.d SEAMSTRESS. - Can tike
charge of infant or srywin(r children; four
r.ars' reffrur.ee; city or country. \v. 8..
Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122 West 23d St.
N' T "RPI- — North German; neat; bv»st city
r»forenc«s; ppeak* English perfectly; Kooj
•ewer: city, cour.rry. Ir.Ta!r» M . Mathew
non'i r.;:reau. PIS fith aye. T"I. 37?^— Frvant
SUBSE.— By Nfih of Ireland rrnte«tant:
experienced; Infant nr ur»n: friend f!r«t
cla*s aea ■••-«• pood ;hambei hlrh-
Iy recommended: city or country. Mor
rows Bureau. 721 Lexington aye., '-nrner
T<ffn st.
PRIVATE HOT'PE. club or Institution
V h'r> best caterlnp; Is essential. Box 40*
?121 3d aye,
VISITINO MAID.— By the <!ay or hour;
cam Of wardrobe, silverware; plain !■»•»•_
!nff. m'Tvlliir: accompany ladles out even-
Ings; rity ref^rcnc« given. Address 41» 6th
aye. <ircn box).
WAITI I - • First clans Mat, Mdy youn«
toimh; iindertitanda winea and »»!»-!«■
my f"f><l : city or country Klahertv*s
Bureau. 4W i» aye. Tel. 741 River.

tl -v:* 1 •--•. ro-
I
Mi ">2
- 1 »t.
i m |
| \VAITRKS< niT Oil VMRERMAID — Fin
: nlsh: 1n tn« etfv; *»> 123 a month. Kin
lunt ICmr'l-'vmont Pureau. 473 Columbus
' aye.. near 8.1.1 it.
WAITRESS —By very rest Swedish irlrT
•xoalltnt waitress or parlormaid; uhder
•tanls salads: serves win*: «• ■• i silver
rleanrr: nest reference; tvafr»s J25. O«ter
l#rif!t Rureau. 716 Islington ava. Tal.
— Plax*. •
RAILROADS.
r , — 1
i !
Luxury in Traveling j
Inexpensively
TO ALL ram IN
LOUISIANA, TEXAS, I
MEXICO, ARIZ
Southern Pacific
Sunset Route
with Its trains of «-.4r»rler ••juipiaeSJt.
rock ballast roadbed, antcrnatlc fclcck
■lsnals, make It the road of
SAFETY AND COMFORT,
and Us oil -burning Ux-otnotlv»3 add the
pleasure of having the windows open t^e
sal M trip.
L H. N I ... bTwW.
KEW JERSEY eiSSTBAI
TSVO--HDL-K TRAIN TO FHILADKLPHJA
EVERT HOL'K ON THE HOUR.
for PHILADELPHIA. Lv. W. 23T>
ST. — 6.T.0 7.60. 8.2". 8.50. K..V>. 10.50.
12 20 1150 ».. m.. 12.5 ft 1.20. LM ISO.
310 4 20. 4.30. o.lto. VISO. Mft ?«0, U.M
v m. Sundays. 7.50 i «.V>. 9iSO. J*JW
0.50 a. m 12 20. l.'A 2V». S.W. *'M.
5.1". 6.50. 7.50. S.TA 10 2i). 11 30 r - m- „
Lv. LIBERTT ST. :—l.2>\ S.W, 7 00. *">.
«30 6 00, laOO, 11.00. 11.3d a. rn-. 12-'"}
noon. 1 00. I.3>>. 2.'X>. SJMk 4 01 •. 4?.0. 5 «>,
6On - oi"; y.W. 9 <X» p. m.. 12.13 rr.:dn!?r.t.
Sundays. I.3ft. B.o*>. 9'JO. 10.0"). ll.'JO a ra .
12.0 D noon. l.Cv. 2."0. 3.0". 4.<«>. 5.e0. 6.M.
7 C*> S •*) 9f\ 1ft.30 p. m.. 12.13 rr;lrs"'.
FOP. BALTIMORE AKH> VTJkSBZSSIOS.
Lv W 23D ST.: 7.10, a.50. 11.50 a. m..
ISO a.50. 6.50. 5.50 p. m. daily. Lv. LIB
ERTY ST.: 1.30. SOil. 10W a. m.. 12.C0
uoon. 2.<XJ. 4.'n>. «."O. 7 OO p. m. d^ily.
FOR LAKE^OOD AND LAK'FrfLP.^.
t v TV 2.1 DPT : — D ."O a. m. H2.'o -as.
only>. 1.28 3Z». MO. 4.5". "3.20 Si*^
nnly) p. m. Stn fays. 8.30, »50 a. re. 2.20
p. m Lv. LIBERTT eT.:-4.». WM
a. n. '1 00 Sats. oniy). 1.30, 3.40. 4.10, &.«*
i<>.3o Sats. cr!y) p. m. Sundays, o.W,
10 0O a. ml. 2.«'"> p. m.
FOR ATLANTIC CITT. Lr. TV. 2nr>
ST :— £50 a. m.. '12.30 Sat? cnlT' 3.J»
p. m. rundays. 9Si a. m.. 220 c- m. Li.
LIBERTT ST.:— lo. •» a. ra., iI.OC Sata.
cply), 3.40 ?. m. Sundays. lOJ.O a. in.,
" for'lon'^ branch, asbup.t park.
OCE\N" GROVE. &C— Via Ml Rail Rout*
L» W. 23D ST.:— am 11. 20 a. m.. #1.66
gats. cnlv>. 3.20. 4 »>. 5.2«. «.». »-». HM
p IE ?ur/.av> OCa a. m.. 3 .">'>. - i p. rr..
Lv. LIBERTT ST.:— 4.oft 8130. •">'' a - m-
(1 » S»*s only). .130. 4 43. r.-.10. «.SO. 9.'»
p. m.. 12.01 midnight. Sundays. 4.00. 9. »3
a. au, 4.iX>. 5.30 p. m.
Time tables nay be obtained at f"!.<iwlr!s
offer*' Lir>«r T7T 7 St., (TV. 23d St. Tel. Che.
s»a M). Piers 10 ar.d 81. N. K. « AftOT
House. 245. 434. 120 U. l".->-i Err>S'!Tvar. I*2.
22.1 2«1 Fifth Ay. 27'jS TS'.rJ" Ay.. 11l
V.'est 125:.*! St.. 245 Columbus Ay. . New
T>rk; I Court St.. 343. 344 Fulton St.. 479
Nocran.j Ay.. Brooklyn: 33» Bradwy.
tnsburs New YcrU Transfer Ca
calis for and checks taggage to destination.
BALTIKCRB & CHID R. R.
KOYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS.
"Even' other hour on th» sven nour."
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Direct Conrertloca In New Union atatioa.
Washlr . with all Line* South.
L_a N*w York Daily. 23d St. LlVy St.
WAFHINGTON. Sl'pers. 11.50 13 1.30 am
WASHINGTON. Diner, 7.50 ara SOO »n
WASHINOTO>f. Diner. 6.50 am lO.f'Oam
WA=HINGTON*. Diner, 11.50 am 12. <*> n'a
WAFHINGTON. Buffet 1.50 pa» 200 pa
(Parlor ir N. T. to Richmond. Vs.)
"ROTA;. LTD.." Dimr, 8.50 prn «.'JO rra
WASHINGTON. Dir»r. S.'O pm C.ijOpra
WASHINGTON. Burfet. f1.50 pno 7.00 pta
Thrcush tal'.r Trains to the West.
CHICAGO PITTSBURQ. 7.50 am S.OO am
rHI' - \'";" COLUMBUS. 11. » am 12.1" n' a
PITTSBt'P.G. CLFTVFL'D. 3.50 pm 400 pra
••PITTS LTMITED."6.W pin 7.00 pra
crN PT LOUIS. LOUt?V., 11.50 pra 1.30 am
CIN FT. LOUIS. LOU ISV.. ».s<"» ara 10.00 ara
CIN* ST.LOUI3.LOUISV.. B-50 pm 6.00 pm
OfMce*- "*5 4*» 1300 Eroadway. 6 AJtar
House. ICS Greenwich St.. --' 5tS At. 331
Grand St.. N. T. : MB Fnli n SI Brooklyn;
We«t 2Tif St. tnd Ll>»«rty St.
After 6 p. m Sleeping Car Reservations
and full lr formation resardln? trains, etc
can te obtained at Bureau of Informatlaa.
B. 4 0. R. R-. llSd St- Terminal. 'Phcas
Sun v «t 3144 Cnelsea.
HIGH W ' EY.
Foot of Bd . ' ortlaad 4 DesbrusoesSts. B.
•Daily. Sunday: at "*i.D9.<B.e; 4*; :.■ 25. ii 4S.
' L*..N.T.,A;LT.N.r., B
Buffalo Express. •*!.« i■ ( *e7.*o a a
Buffalo-rsicauo Expreia.. •i) 9.40 a Xi'd'i.Sn a *
III: k. UUIO>D IVTKr-- *:;.55 Jk Vj •12. I! OS'X
Cnicspo-T'jronroKTpre-!! l"sfl 4U r » *i^ - ? ■
THE Of";- KALO li:^!N'.- ♦.' 55 PMI *t .•*> rll
""Tlcliet Offices: 3i5 »aiTT4ef» Broadway.
r 3fni^TtfTA r i AND POINTS 01
Mb li l!!l^ mW ENGLAND
LONG ISLAND SOUND ROUTES.
I-AI.T_ RIVER L.INE V* Newport as 4
Fa:; Rlvfr. Iv. ier 19, X R-. ft. Warren
st., Dai;v. too r. m. strsL pmscxujk
inJ COMMON WEAI.TII. OrchMtra on each-
NORTCIC2I LINE V-a N»t» Loatfem aa4
East 1 .--. J-i— 40. S. R-. *t CI»»*9«
tc-^k CTars. 6<K-> P. il . M«£ 70. L H-. It
r.. a St.. «;;o r. st f-rs crrx o*
LOWE:-', ana NEW HAMPSiHEE.
Vnf yi%\ y,%- I^INE For New Haven.
"-.-.•::* ftr!7,i.'ft3id. *i«l .S:r-.:-.. we*i
P. M.
i-.-. Kl^iL'.iJU PECK.

COIJET, A. O. P A. N-
E3Q(BIHI¥ o=OSii[E^
HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.
PEOPLES LINE 355 jg&r.
<=tb C. W. Morse or Adlroniaci lv. 1 *
32 N R.. ft- Canal St.. •5."'.' F. ML. w -
K-vth St. rt:3c P. M.. dally. FAKE, «I.SU
OiTIT^TJQ. r TN'S NEW YORK
CiTLi.jrr'.b i-iJ _ AND tbot.
Sirs. It. Fi»r 4«>, N. R . ft, W. lOta St,
500 P. M daily. Saturday exerted.
ROUND TRIP. 52.50.
D^Y LINE sTEAMERi. Da:!y except Saa
day Lea-.e Protltlyn. Fulton Ft- <sy An
nex) 6; Destrosses St., 8:4l>; W. 42d St..
i>- W. IXtfb *t-. *J-0 A. M. Landing at
Ysnkers West Point. Newr.urgh. Pough
keepslr, Kln&sicn point. Catsk.il. HMIW
and Albany. Easy connections Ncrts.
Ea»t and W«t All thru rail UcHea i be
tween N. T. and Albany a.ccted. M »t
delUhtTil one-.iay outings to V\ «st Fo;nC
N«wbur«h, or Poughkeepsie, rfturnir.flt on
down bo:it. On Saturdays, at West Point.
Fuil Dress Ir.specticn. with the Band, at
I -25 P 1L ileais »er\ ed a-t a.l aana
Music. '
i S» |f tV Metros
iriyilfU ISiyiS) 0 a, rp»w«
: — Turbine Steel
— — " SteaTn*!-.??*
i-a-'e *- -i UrtiLSi (^ \kHSIIA&'!J
.»» . - . fti£ -i^^
I roa. t -- •«.■. N. H.. near foot Cox.scopaer
f_ week days and Sundays, I P. il . <S^»
Boston « A. VI. next <Uj. tame scheda •
r»turr.irn I!:kets. etc.. a; pier ar. pr'.a
tit*. Ticket and N. T. Transfer Co. orrie**.
Gettysburg- nfton
FW-day tour uni'.er escort. All exp*r«^s
Ir.-luded $22. Oct. 17th. Pend far itinerary.
MAR.STEP.S TOL'Ri. 31 W. .10th St.. N. Y.
SSSSSSEEa^SSBni"
For POrGHKEEPSIE and KINGSTON,
from Pier 24. N R.. week da>s. 4 P. U
»vr XHwaUBGE «•••-.- days. 5 P. M.
CTTNTViVQ 1 Fnm Pi-r 2*. N. R_ • A M.
Stf!.y\l3 '•'It- >• .. \ M
i rwwuxrvsQ
ortstnaj I
-
VICTOR VISIBLE. TO Nassau St.: cata
logue free-; all makes taken part pay
ment, bargains In rnderwoutla, Kecalng
tnm Olivers Sm::ha.
KIMIMM, VM> IMOlat
LANE KVSTEM- HANOI No LEADERS
away from wall by T-an* a p«:ent pip*
hanger* saves leader. Saves wall, circu
lars mallei. Ira C. Ur-. 2iT7 E. Mth «:.
ADVERTISEMENTS and SUBSCRIPTIONS
for THE TRIBUNE «f be r-ceived at the
following Branch Offic b at Main Office
Rates: 1.364 Broadway. 51 EaL»t 125tK Sr..
263 West 125 th S*.. 10/ Lsxst 14th St.. 264
Bth Aye. *nd 1,035 3d 4ve.
OCEAX <«TE\->friw.
London — Paric — Hainb'irj.
S. S. Sais-:ri2 Ac juste Victcrli
ixates o<rr. :.-.. io a.' sr.
K.OOO TON.-*. 7<« FFET LONG»
Ri;z Car.trm a In cart» ~rtan-ant. Gyia
a«!;im Electric lUrhs. I-aln GarrJea.
Elevator.
Kai^rirt.Ort. 1?. t»> am ; r>utsch:aa^r Oct.23
P. Ormot.Oet IT. li arc.'Pena - TajUa.Oct.2*
•Kamburs -llrect.
Gibraltar — N'aplrs — Genoa *
IT"" 4 1 1/ :
I I /\ 'I V I' Lincoln Xonr. 1»
DEUTSCHI^AND TO IT ALT. FEB. «,
TP.AVELLKRS' CHF.CX.-* ISSTTED.
lIAliliL'KO-AIIEP.rCA-N LINE. 45 Croa*
j w. X. T.
iilOllLl ;
©EO2LHIT yiiiSE
The Ilan:burg-American Line's
■well-known crui'ir.g stenrner will
agrain make a cruise to Spain, the
Mediterranean, and the Orient;
leaves Ntza York, Jar.. 2s, 1909 L
DURATION. <«> DATP.
COST. iZjO I'PWARD
20TH ANNUAL
ORIENT CRUISE.
Also other cririses to the West
Indies, etc. Tours in Egypt and
the Holy Land
-i Booklet.
Hamburg- AmerlcanLlne
41-45 BROADWAY, N. T.
MaTE ZZMZZ LL37D.
Tast Express Service.
n-Tv-TH— '-:;::•:-'<•- p.o-BRE3nE3t
KaiMr W.-n ll.Ocr.l3;Cec;lU» Cct. TZ
Kalvr - CiT...i.<rl.-J c..on;rl-j VTra.Narr. •
*.' wm- St -.-=•?/ l ; ».»ug": Serrica.
BREMEN DIRECT, 10 A- M-
F*rle-I. 3-. Gr..o-;t- 22 M^:a - v °nr. 5 .
KurTiers; Oct. 2^ f*"ried. TVr-..Nor. »J -
ICaIU at P&raSBUl an-i Cherbourg
M»d:cermnes.n Servlc».
GIB-LTAR— NAfLiIS— OENvOA. as II A.3C.
P. Irene < >-t. i+ Ba-r%wo»»a — Nov. 21
K. Lv!«» Not. 7;P. t«ne !>«■ *
From Bremen Piers on 3d an* *i'a «ta>«
Hofcokea.
N. G. LXOTI TRAVEILEP-7 CEECZ3.
OELRICIIS A CO.. No. 3 faroiidway. N. T.
ATWCP'riW T TV7; Fron Pi^r IS. N. B«
&IT-~Z.i.LAX «t 10 A. M.
PLYMOUTH— CI?ERira — SOUTHAifPTO?*
St. LcHila Oct. 17 =t- P»a: Oct. SI .
Pht'adelrhia. .O<-t- 24: New Tori Not. t
RED STAR LI3H FVoi3 N - p £ r "*
NEW YORK-A.NTV. L?.P- PABI3.
Z*^land. .Cct 17. 11 ara F'.msui<i ...Sct •I
Kmc nlan-i.Oc; 24. IX «jn'Va2ertaiti..Na». li
WHITE STAH LINE ' J «"
NE'.V TORS— Qir.N^TO-W-N— •rlrVEßPOO'&
ArabicCrt. 15. 10 «mj Baltlt. Oct 13 sccfll
01-ic ...Oct. 22. 3 r-nr. C«fc:...Vn 5. 3 pn
PLTMOCTH-CHEREf; ?OUTEIA'.rpTO>T
iliJ»stic.O.?t.:4. lOam TiuicrAc.C-t.ZS 10 a=j
Oceanic. Oct. 22. Sp^i; Air'.acic.Xov. 4. 2 pra
\ia Azores. Mai«ira and 1"--» -a-
Romasic C<ct. 27. D*c 5. Jan. 20. liar. 2J
Cretlc Nov. 7. D»- 10
Cap'Tlc Nov. 21. Jan. H, T-tb. 27
REPUBLIC. Nov. -■ Jan. 2 FeS> 13
CKHUC 5 21.000 TON?. 5 Jan. V F%b. CO
Cci-iIC ) lam-st m tra-!<(jaa. 23. Mar •
PASSENGEK OFTICEU 8 EROADWiT.
: _ " LG3KEB
Frcrn era Sl-C2-.-^. Hera R!-»r.
TO LIVERPOOL. A.ND QUEE.NSTOTTS.
passengers bookku thkouuh ta
lo.n: ANO F/LRIi.
Lcsltarria.Octl4.f4am; Ca.T.paaia.Orr^.l'H.'a
Carer.la.Oct. 17, loam Lusitar.:a,Nov.4. ncoa
Ma:r»taniaOct.2!.r>n L.wa.r.ix.'Sor.ll.h'J am
Tht MATJ-RETANIA & UCSXTXSXA. th«
largest and fastest st9a.-7:<«hit» in t=^ wsrti.
wi".; hereafter *- on WEDNESDaIS. ln
aujmra'ans a cc-» SEJII-TVEr2LI SET^-'
VICE.
EUNGARIAV-AMXRICAN cEKVICB.
to rxcaos, via
GTBRALTAR. NAPLES. TRIESTE.
Csrpathla Oc'ober 22. rcon. & V*>c 5
S:avonla.Ncrs-.12. noon; Par.-y>nla-Feb.2s,aeoa
AZORES-MADEIRA AVn PHVDT
CAI":ONI\ Not. 23. Jar_ 7 F-b 13
CAP.MA.VTA Jan. ZU Mar «
VERNON" H. BROWN. G-n-ral .««•,
21-2-1 i"ta:e St. crposlta the I2a:-.ery.
BERni
Pleasant a»ttfty
tr-.ps, hotarta and ait
fT?"^.""!' lncrude<S.
:»t.'.'» N»t York O«-t.
14. U Not. 4. 14. 25.
$"0 ar..l up Otr.er
tr!;s an-1 TidßMsj tr>
UTes: In i tea ani
Ev-rrwhere.
Lcs. Cask i Ss -.
.- H -.var. <?4» Maiisoa
• -
clark # s ranss cf the -ahabic"
cTf :l»V tor.». fn«. !arjr». IT
FEBKr-'AI-.T -i TO APTUi. 13. 13C9.
He--- ty-tni <-;*i-», coat^r_» osly S-lOO.ia
AND Uf. i-^uu'.-.s I*™ eicursUaw
S"-&'_Al* FSATUESS: *I*deir*. Caila.
Se- ' > A!^»rs. ila::*- IS DAT 3 1:4
EOTET A*:r> THS irj-T I»AJ^D. Con-»
*':ir.:!at-rl«. A.ti.^l3. y-otcs. ti.a ElTtera,
"cntea Bound ti-s Wor!«. Oct. 1«. l«a.
S\ C. CI*A.RK. Times BUe. N*or Tartu
T>Eir> "D" LINE.
For PTO. RICO. CUF-ACA.O. VSNEZtTSUC-
Pl*r Si 11. r.ear Wai: Bt Ferry. Ei^ra.'
For BVN J"AN. PTO RICO.
\T REai'CED RATES.
f5 P'-::ad^!pi:U-...?aturi-!y, O«t. 2*. ass*
=; s Ciricas Saturday. Not. 7. 2003
For La Guaira. Pta Cabelloi, Cnrmcao a=«t
ilaracaibo.
p S Zu.'la —.Sasirfay. Oct. rr. nooa
•S.3i Aurora. Saluriay. Oct. 24, noc»
•rr-. .■ . only. ._
Tl-e«e sieamers have ■ "-"" ~ aaeosßnaa«Bw»
tlon f^r pswsgw.
BOTTJOS. BLIS-3 <s> DAIiBTT.
General Managers. a 2 Wa^ St. *.
5 R £g
•NAVIGAZIONE GENKRALE ITAIJLAJfA,
tLA VELO~E (Fart Itailaa _lac».
♦ITALIA scc> a de Navi^azloas a. V»por«w
TO NAPLES AND OSNOA DIRSCT.
•D D-Atruzzi.Oct. 17 1 tNc rl Air.etica.Cct S3
♦Veror;».Ph!la.)o>-t.2i) •L>.:>.(> .-sova, ..Nov. T
HARTFIgI.D JOI-ARI &. CO.. St> »:i St.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
j <^. -^ I a
-
EiSIPi-GViOT :" Ilk',.
716 LEXINGTON AYE.
B«t. S7th, ar.J s>i.*i its Tel. lf>^5 — P!a:a«
Strictly first ctua d3n:est! .; Selp.
scan ilr.avtan «!r!s a tpsctalty. «**
CARPET CLEAXrSO.
< p-r llr- 13 eta. I"
i 3D >l-r-<. . 10 fj.
THE C. M. BROWN CO.
Carpet 5: Rug Cleansing
221-223 EAST BTTH STREET.
Teie^hon«s. 1331 2>:b— t*4l JSO.
Cult 4nJ L'".rt likwn cut. net froa
> .-.' t, r only.
j- years* experWaoa In Fiae CaryeU & r. :«».
K.Y.CAHP2T CLSAIiEtG v7OHKS
Ol^^st. L^rstfst. M »t lljilern.
437 AN!? 4-T> WEiT -»3TH ST.
Te! 4«'2 — MW Bryant. E>tiil!s^»<l ' <57.
\^. "• JOKDAN. EBWIS LE.NT2.
CARErrr. carpet cleantno co —
C'-ar.s br corr.rr'-^'-sd air. »t*-ax h»»l of
en foor l*-4 Brcadwaj. 421 F.a« *Sta at.
rOK * PTtAVDT Tfl 132— 3StX
II %>»•- AND ORGANS.
P-aa*
FOt SALE.
ANTWE Fl-RXlTVßE.— iT.vstoiaa *»•*
<7!ic oolle-cti^n, cornrr.cnrin< t*-»!ay at hi»
7« V.>«t *Tlh st.
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