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.MORE STEEL WAGES CUT
Jjorgest of Independents Announces
Cut in Effect To-day.
- Tfce Jones • r.aughlin Bte?l Company, the
j^—^t of the independent concerns, announced
vrKterday a reduction in the wages of Its cm
r.]«n*s. to rjee effect to-day. While the amount
.he e«l was not stated, ft is believed that it will
mveTtt? '" P*" 1 " centt * t: "* fame as that announced
recently bj the Lackawanna, Republic Iron and
C)«ei sn<s a number of the smaller Independent
xt> sr~"-' v> " P. Sryder & Co.. also of Pitts
vtp, announced a 10 per cent reduction. The
eScia' ptateracjit of the Jones &■ ijaughlln Steel
rompa". announcing the <-ut follows :
,„ accou-.t of the depression in business, due to
v. fear 5 a reduction in the tariff, it has become
tt > \ t< , r , to cut dovrn expenses In every direction.
«r« ir'eet'rrepent prices a reduction In wages Is un
rvoi<sab'.e.rvoi<sab'.e. Tll * readjustment will be effective on
I
Tfce namber of :n<-;i affected by the cut will be
><nc» two thousand. When in full operation the
company employs five thousand men.
The Larfcawanna Iron and Steel Company posted
otices at its plants In Lebanon. Perm.. yesterday
fflOimclsg * readjustment of wage scale, to take
effect to-day. The reductions correspond to those
.ade at * nfv company's other plant*. About five
fcßß flred men are affected. The Semet Solviv
Company also announced « reduction of M per
—at- About one hundred men are affected. The
Cornwall Or« Banks at Miners' Village. Perm..
rOf N>d notices Of alO per cent reduction.
Tbe only lar?* independent company that has
r ot announced a reduction la wages Is the Bethle
vern Steel Corporation, and. according to state
rner.ts mafl" by President Schwab since his return
from Europe recently, no reduction in the w;age3
f , company's employes is contemplated at
rresent. Reports from P'ttsburg yesterday stated
that the United States Steel Corporation would
KBonince a MsS reduction In wages to-day, but
•his wa? denied at the offices of the corporation
•n this city. Ex-Judge E. 11. Gary, chairman of
(be boarfl of directors, said when asked as to th*
MA of the report: "We have not considered the
cjestlon of wage reductions."
It is generally believed in the trade, however,
that "- pr^ferir condition* in the steel business
ccsttaue for any length of time the United States
(, J<lf i Corporation will be forced to follow th« ex-
•• the independents 2nd reduce wages. In
pot-, -jaaiters It Is thought that a cut will be
m»ae by May 1 at. the latest. The United States
Stetl Corporation has about one hundred and
«aty- £re thousand employes, and their total
Tjjrir salaries and wages amount to about $120.-
RyW. A reduction of 10 per cent ««ji*M m«>an a
as-*** to the corporation cf, approximately. $12,
sajK a year, equal to r I oo< 2 per cent dividends
n i£e outstanding common stock.
5-peaSing of conditions in the iron and steel
trafie. "The Imn Age" In its issue to-day says:
Cie of the features is the uncertainty as to prices
la some branches of the finished trade, brought
about to gome extent by the publication of rumors
fta-a irresponsible, source?. They make buyers bus
pi'iout. end encourage them to expect figures
i-tieh attendant conditions make Impossible. It is
particularly the desire to contract for long dellv
«v far into next year, which Is objected to by the
•suit. The latter m many Instances are willing to
book business at present prices for delivery during
09C irs sent calendar year, but are chary about go
1-ir beyond that period. Reports have been cur
rent of low prices on rt<*el bars, but the lowest
which has been done, under conditions particularly
attractive to the seller, has been 1-lOc. Pittsburg.
The" wire trade is beginning to feel the approach
-• tfie close of the spring trade, so far as the mills
are cencerr-ed Shipments from storehouse and
ffiUl continue heavy, but production is beginning to
<3eeliae The leading interest, which was operat-
Inr a few weeks since at the rate of S5 per cent
d Veracity, is now down to 75 per cent, end a fur
ther gradua! restriction is expected as we approach
tie month of May. On the other hand, the tin
plate mills ha\e been pressed into service until
cboct I per cent of the capacity Is working. The.
sssrs* are taking care of th? season requirements
Si the caaners, and will probably try also to ac
HELP \T ANTED.
!H«le.
- FEW Imatßos *al«men *-an earn from
{60 to $W per ■neck selling Eto^k ef t»
Bai-liriganw. n-ie«raphingr typewriter, the
tcorr mtinierful jni-ention cf the age Jli
chir.»s roay b* ee*n at our cflSce. ana G»m
wstratloni will be glv-ji to pcrscr.s inter
ertefl either a* paiosnien or investors.
s"xtc3 rn*Tt«r for the aekine- Bvrlinrame
rnafrwrlfT>. S7 Wall St.. Xew Yorfc^ ■£
BOATBOLDER?. fir»i rlws, wanted. Ap
ply at Kraft A Fountain, fc-ot 3th aye..
' greliiwfcv. T. I. - _ -
Female "
LEADING PARIS FASHION' FIRM
i'llshiriK branch In Fifth «ve4
rcquir* m*na«<?ress; experience In
dressmaking not imperative, but
must be well educated. aM« to rep
resent, have excellent taste and
rnanarin?: ability; salary, $2,500
and commission to riglit person:
must provide bond and cash secur
ity $259: stat<> c . references, pres
ent occ-Jpation. if any. bill particu
lar* lim letter. COURT PRESS
11AKER. Box -'•. Tribune Office.
UOKK WANTED.
Mala
AN HXPEP.T estigd - wta ru 'ini!7
ment; hl«uest rcfert-uccs. fr.Jerwo^'J, S3
East!-- ti.
B'^KK-rr-.l: V.xv*- . au«it». »nte» ;
up kalaa a ope:; 6. closes utnumi books '
ter.porar:!-. ; wcetly. monthly arrant*- \
Wea-j; ladorate salary. U<.>okker*T, 11. 11.
f-. 4« lOtn aye. Telephone M 7 Cheiuea.
BOOKKEEI'En or CASHIER. 26; thor
005.. a<* uraxe. rmnpf.fni juid rfliaiw^: j
snr sjMeflU ftv«: j-ears last employer; m<«J
♦««•• si.!a< } . Macao 131 < "u:iilx.-rUr.d et.,
Urookiya.
CARPEXTHR.— General mechanic, with
icoli; >tfcdy poe'tion. In factory, estate j
*t cSc« tcildlrg. Wm. Gervert. •IB Kast
Ugramt.
CATERER.— By youug man, with four
•«ars experience In sflkot and other re-
Jfocrible duties. Address T. Albion Hall.
•it Um'.\ st- Springfield. iUu.
CHACTFEUU. MECHANIC— Single; -0
"*r: capable rejiairinK. carefully ■ : . lr.K
*ny gastOeM car; three years' Bhr>p, tne
>■•»«■ « drU-lrj «ivn-ienr«. H. L.. 37 West
*^-. >iiddietcwn. ijoaa.
CSkVFFEV'R — Euroj«an *nd New Toik
V»'y ,»xit»rleii,.e; S oo4 references: «tood
J^ver aj:d aiechantr; temperate, reliable.
7?™ I**1 **- **'-° Wtst 116 th st.
i-ttAVtrziTß.— American. 27: macJi'.nlst;
= -r-t*lra;g: thre* y*«rs or. Packard; sober;
r^er-ac* arid re*pt risibility raaranteed;
17" r private f*ml!v. J Behr. Wtb •' .
''■ •■ - ' RroeUya "
C 1!! A fTE FF R — CsrefuJ. experienced driver
--"p.' l We* at Inciiental and mechanical
♦^T^-°? P* 43 *"". Packard. Pope. Hart
iwa. njuiar-l. Locomobile; pe.r»c.nal as well
flrV^L" 9 r '-»rence. F. X.. Tribune Up
2^° 'Sice. 3864 Broadway.
c^^l r |TpC3^-Cs* l fnl driver; sober. Ad-
Edy. c. aitrtto. 364 West C£th M
■ -
*^^n t , tz . mil *- exc*Uefit horseman:
j?^tfysa « , ;;; ;f hett xerer^nces.
•^CT ! MAK.-Conntr;
WWesTiWs? 10 * * M obliging. M. <■.
•* ftt-^ri ru> cr foreign etn; be»»
BrewaTttii; •»?•:* or coun^>- Edward
— — -~-^!.: E*«t Orange, N. J.
C^4 i riira^*^£"^* Ele : careful driver:
*rook; -*" IC * to. 8.. t« Lergen at .
luilan;
*-*": cxS **•*"'»:«.. wishes steady po-
I»t*v«. ****«»■ Csstellane. »37
«£*» «SaTj; '/I? 1 " 1 * l*undn- work.
■t ™"" UJ Aa 4reas V. C . *» West
•^RiT~?T.Te~'
». aowte ii t fS tt ? Uat ' o*** ™»nacer.
5? S K«w^42*'?i* insurance basl
2* ta Vis or v£ZZ' * CTirea 'imllar p«W
claes.
■ — — -^_1 J "» 133. Tyron*. Perm.
S W^ol^^ 1100 ** 1 - *ni^«~ob^iglng-
OPTICS AR«i«Tn.."' — — — .
..-. "^^^sr^Jr?,.*^-^,
cumulate a stock. In anticipation of gammer devel
opments.
"The Iron Trade nevi<nv" says:
Widespread and persistent publication of reports
of v*ry low- prices on finished material?, particular
ly Ptee« bars anil structural «hapes. has had a de
pressing effect, but favorable ne.rcß Is not entirely
lacklns. The leading rlnplate interest is now
operating M per cent of \t» capacity, and there is
more activity in the Western mills of th*» Steel
corporation than at any time Fine* the panic, all
departments at the South Chicago works and
Joli»t beint; in operation, and also the liar mills
at Bayvierr. Eastern reports of largely increased
business have, however, little foundation.
The confidence of lake Interests in future pros
perity is shown In the decision of the Detroit Iron
and Steel Company, a Hanna interest, to erect a
second blast furnace at Detroit, and in the l»>t
tins of 6ontrac*a by Oorrijran. McKinney & Co.. for
a new furnace at "Cleveland. A Bale of $15,000,000
bonds by the Jones & l^aughlin Steel Company in
sures ■ continuation of the *xten<=iv«» improvement
programme of that Important Interest.
Careful investigation of reftorte of price conces
sions clearly shows that, while some lon prices are
undoubtedly beintr mad». they are not bo easlly
obtained as troald I c indicated by rumors, some or
•which are rank exajc**erations. Borne ooiitVactors.
who are in the market for larze tonraees of shapes
have been unuMe to do better than 1.30 c. Plttsbursj
There Is much lrreculirltv In the price of bar Iron,
delivered prices varyinsr according to the necessi
ties of competition. ' March bookings of structural
shapes amounted to about 100.000 tor*', of which
about one-half went to the American Bridce Com
pany.
PROPERTIES TX TANGLE.
Bondholders in Shcpard Enterprises
Advised to Work Together.
A. meeting: of the bondholders of the Raton Water
Works Company, of N'ctv Mexico; the Raton writer
Works Company, of New York: the Yankee Fuel
Company, the Santa "c. Raton «- Eastern Railroad
Company, the Santa Fc, Raton & Dcs Monies Rail
road Company and the Santa Fe. Liberal <& Ki.pie
wood Railroad Company, was held yesterday at
the offices.of E. vv Sherard & Co.. at No. 31 Nas
sau street, for the purpose of heating the report
of the experts who examined the above properties.
These enterprises have been promoted by the firm
of E. D. Shepard <£ Co. Recently a plan for the
rehabilitation of several of them was considered,
but r*-as opposed by certain important interests as
being: too favorable to the promoters.
At the meeting: of th» report of J. T. Odell and E.
V Barman, the experts, who were appointed to
examine the various properties, was submitted to
the bondholders. This report also acquainted the,
bondholders with the condition of E. D. Shepard &
Co. It states that a!l the properties are so Inter
woven that disintegration, attachments and re
ceiverships would result In disaster to, all the in
terests, and advises all the bondholders to work as
a unit as nothing: could be gained by working at
cross purposes. After explaining the terms of the
tentative plan for the rehabilitation of the prop
erties', which ha« already been published, and
which It recommends be followed with some possi
ble changes, the report. sets forth the relation* of
the firm of E. D. Bbepard & Co. with the bond
holders, of which It says:
"The firm are merely bond sellers and not busi
ness men. They had In their employ at the bead
nf the bond failing department a man who received
h salary of J32.000 a year, and in addition thereto
$20,000 a year for expenses. The expenses and fixed
charges of ail the properties amounted to (300.060
I year, and this money mi obtained fora the
sale of bonds."
MORE TIME FOR ERIE BOND ISSUE.
Th» modified Order handed down by th* upstate
Public Service Commission on March 2 granting
permission to the Erie Railroad Company to issue.
under Certain restriction*, it? projected J3<\<viq/«'O of
new bonds Rave the company until April 2 to de
clde whether or not It would agree to the conditions
Imposed and accept the order. It la understood,
however, that the company is not to be held strictly
to this limit and thHt the matter will not be
finally settled for a week or so. as certain further
desired modifications have been submitted by the
railroad company to th* commission, whi<'h has
them under advisement.
- WORK WANTED.
Male.
TTPEWP.ITER, IP: attended high school
and buylnes? college; linifefl cxperteir-e:
office -n-rrii: Brooklyn or downtown pre
ferred. J.. 30 Jiairhail St.. CTf."- t. I.
TOTTXG MAN, 22. >>' anything; anywhere.
H. G. HotaJins, n Clinton aye.. Tort
• Hirbiuond. Btatan I?land.
TOCXQ MAN. 21; in r.Rice. shirrJnit. or
anything: p"od woiker; wilJins. strong
and trmrerate: v'Al ittmrt low. John Me
f'al-e. 421 Weft 47; fit.
TOUXO MAN. 2*. speakinK Sr.«.nish. Knc
lifh translation*, wishes ofTVe or rlmllar
work. CbU. 174 fTiara'iers s?.
yov MAN. 22. five yearr office fxperi
pccp, prrF#»ntly #»niploy^ri. i-on'Tiiplate* a
change; knowledge of bookkeeping, qui'-k
and irate <■-,-,- r>*ter»te any r>il!ir<
machine. iti<-lu(iln«; Elliott- Plsbcr: A 1 re*
erencos: Fa lary $15. V.'. \\., Box 85, Trib
une Office.
TOUNG MAN. colored, rood refer*-: as
porter, day's work or cleaning windows
<7i. r «r;s a T.-lndow^. Blart. SB Wesl .',2 d
ex.. hast-iient.
TO!'.NG MAN. 2". as machinixi. or any
thing. John Wagner. Ml East IL'.:h at.
TOi'Xi; MAX. some «xprrierK* in liuslnt-^*:
at anything, with chance of a^van-'Tneiit • ,
wrsona! reference. . JJoees Rosmann. lU-5
lieljevclse ?t.. Urotiklyn.
yr.r'N<; MAN. !n office, v. ::h Rood chance
«•■? advar.'Tnent: pood 'baklts; Yfst refer
>rr>B. G- y.. Tinx 40. Trlbiin«- OtTtr*.
WOKK. _^VAXJgP-
I tonal*
I on RNESS -COMPANION.— r :*p»rlen< - eil.
j Rprakins and teaching pfrlecf French.
I <;»rman. English, music; «-xi*r) European
I traveller: Ijighc-rt ref*-rencc*. '- L-. Hot I
I too Tri!>uu«- Vptowm OfTlce. IIM Bruadway.
GOVERNESS or COMPANION.— By e<3u
rated, refined lif-ni.in. tiix-aklntr pure
French »ni English: references. K. W.,
Box .>*. Tribune Uptown OUtoe. ir.o4 Broad
v.ay.
rOSITION by college graduate an stenog
rapher. companion: exc*-!l»n' reader, rau-
Bl<Man: would travel, hi«!icf-t reference".
Address F. \V.. B --: 172. Westwood. K. J.
POSITION of companion desired by lady.
thoroughly capable and trustworthy;
would asslirt Trlth ke-pl?.-; sewing,
etc If i:r»d. good reader: would travel ;
Fix years' reference. Address Box -17.
N>w Canaan. Conn.
STENOGP.APHER. and TTPEWKITER. —
Oflice assistant: six months' experience;
salary $7 or $R. F. <". Advertisement Of
fi.-e. '125 Ist »v«.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. —
Beginn<>r: business college Kradiiat«.
LntUt Kherratt, MSB Ferris it., Woodhaven.
BECKETART - College woman: refinement;
ability: experience in literary work, cor
respondence end teaching: for prominent
man or woman. Walker. 144 West 46th st.
IKIMESTIC SITI ATIONS WANTED.
Mat*.
BVTLERS. firM. F*-nnd end third men:
also coachmen, useful rr»r. v.-lth excel
lent referencei". M. J. Duffy's Bureau, 131
West 42d 6t. Tel. — Bryant. ■
BUTLER. -Young man; honest, ?">be.r »nd
obliging: highly recommended : city: per
sonal references. M J , Box 115. 617 6th
aye.
CARETAKERS. — B> man and wife, on
small country place; good references:
gardening, car« place; no farming or
horses; cook and laurdreas for small fam
ily. good caretakers. E. M.. General De
i;ver>, Poughkeepale. N. T.
CHEF. — Colored: first clara all around;
steady; best of reference. Call or write
2OS Broadway. Room 16.
CHEF- —Private family: good reference*:
i anxious to prove ability; Is economic.
Metne, 319 East 56th at.
:
i COACHMAN. — By neat young Irishman;
likes best care hcraea. harness, carriages,
etc.; careful driver: generally useful; ex
cellent reference. Carpenter's Bureau. 154
eth aye.
COACHMAN and GARDENER— Under
stands car* of horses, automobile; good '
driver: also understands care of lawn. '■
f.oweis. etc.; excellent reference* T. 8.
Miss FltzGerald-s Bur«s.u. 606 6th aye,,
cor. i2i.
COACHMAN.— Single. 58: well recommend
ed for capability, sobriety and honesty:
with nice family in the country. Thomas.
Box 186, Tribune Uptown Office. 1864
Broadway. - . '
COACHMAN. — single : careful
driver, thoroughly understands care sad
ale horses and polo ponies: strictly sober,
honest, obliging; 12 years' city and 'country
reference. William MacDonaM. 434 East
&<tbst
COACHMAN.— Single, 2»: 2«4 years' refer
«nce ia«t employer Robert Haa»en, care
of \an Buren. 142 Weax 62d »t.
2Z3E2£!^ —^*«nr«*»«l on account of
•trwltman giving up horses: first class
driver; sober. hon*.r and careful. billing w
&S2S2 in house if require?, nine v4rs ?
reference; present employer -en be a«e& J
C. cut ox FlUßimmons. 621 eth a.v«k
NEW-YORK DAILY TRTBI'XE. THURSDAY. VPRTT. 1, 1909
DEFERS ROXD INTEREST.
Standard Cordage Co. Re port In
crease in Sales, However.
Th» Standard Cordage Company issued a circular
yesterday to the holders of the company's II.WMfIO
5 per cent first mortgage bonds, advising them that
the directors had unanimously adopted a resolution
deferring until further notice the payment of the
semi-annual interest, . due to-day, on their bonds,
the amount Involved bein§ J70.150. . .
The circular containing this announcement in
cludes a report signed by Dick S. Ramsay and
George H. Squire, jr., a committee of two of the
directors, explaining the reasons for the board's
action, which follows their recommendation. The
committee. which was appointed a « - eek ago, the
report says, has carefully considered the company's
present situation, and firmly believes that the com
pany's business should continue without Interrup
tion, but that in order not to draw too heavily on
the working i-apita! the first mortgage bondholders
should te asked to waive until some future period
the interest due them on April 1.
The company's monthly sales, they find, are now
almost twice as large as a year ago. and an en
couraging view of the outlook Is taken by the
president, who has just returned from a trip
through the Wast and South. WitH the advent of
good times, which th*- committee believes to be not
far distant, purchasers may be found for seme of
the id!«i plants, they say. the disposal of one, or
more of which would permit of the retirement of
bonds, thus reducing permanently The heavy fixed
Charges. In closing, the committee notes that the
company has a substantial cash balance on hand
and owes no bill?, and adds:
We feel, however, Uw.l It would be unwise at the
present time to weaken the company's position by
paying the April coupon on the first mortgage
bonds, and are satisfied that the holders of these
bonds will understand the situation and accept it
in the right spirit rather than to adopt harsh meas
ures looking to the company's embarrassment.
It was reported several days ago that a protective
committee of bondholders might be formed.
STREET RAILROADS' HUGE EARNINGS.
Nearly $19,000,000 Received in Three Months
in This City.
Dr. A. F. Weber, the statistician of the Public
service Commission, has compiled a table from the
last quarterly reports of the twenty-seven street
railroad companies operating in New York City
for the last quarter of 1908, which «howp the mag
nitude of the local transportation business.
.Gross earnings of the companies from operation
for the period reached the total. t>f r1T.795.09g, and
Income from other sources, such as advertising,
sale of power, etc., added more than $1,000,000 to
this total. Oro?s operating expenses were $10,712,
(98, which left net earnings from operation JT.OS.'.
201. ■ Adding income from other sources, the total
income of the twenty-seven companies for the three
months was $5,055,350.
The Interborough system, which includes the
subway and the elevated, is far in the lead in the
matter of net earnings, from operation, with $4,095,
094. Net earnings of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit
system were $1.«"7.OS1. which puts !t second on the
list The Metropolitan system's net earnings
amounted to $71*".'?.. while the Third avenue sys
tem's net was. $4tSs,isOfi.
In net income, which is gross revenue minus
operating expenses, taxes, interest charges, rentals
and other charge?, thr Interborough system keeps
its place at the head of the list with $1,3»4.25i\ T,i*
net income of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit system
is reported as only 31"; I*7*! for the quarter. Th»>
Metropolitan reported a deficit of '..."-, and the
Third avenue .-1 surplus of HOMO The net In
come of The Hudson & Manhattan was lIiMN
APPEAL FROM SOUTHERN STEEL SALE.
New Orleans, Mai 21.— On motion of John W.
Tomlinson. of Alabama, representing about $2.22*,
•• worth of holdings in the Southern Steel Com
pany. th° Circuit Court of A] •'*-•■ sated an ap
peal to-day from the order Of Federal judge Hund
ley. r>f the Nortbern.Diatrtct of Alabama, declaring
the sale of th« properti*? <.f the company.
nOMESTIC SITUATIONS WAXTfcP.
Male
COACHMAN. -Pcotr.Srr.an; marrle.*. or"
child; country preferred, year round;
thoroughly understands his hi:Flness; rid
lnp an.l drlring; *rr!'-»]y noher. hor.t-tt.
obliging; b r ;St :eferen.~e«. Ma-'TftuiM. 4"4
Kast 37ih ■•
ro.\i-HMAN. Neat young Iri»hn)«T-i. 'ak**
best .-jro c't borsea, hanj«<s. ■ «rilac*«.
etc.; <-»re(ul driver; cenerai;-. daefutj •■%
oeiient reference. B. A.. Box i IS3 tihtrt,
COA'.IUUXoJA fr.rr.lly clvirn v,, Imrws
waimftl r»«Rr.ni<-n.i th^lr coachman, lire
in tV!*ij employ; sobw, honest, faithful, and
gord driver, irema riled. A^idrefis Employer.
115 West 13th «t-
COACHMAN and USETTJI* — <~OOK.--Mar
ried couple; wife <.<••*. reference. -30
East •;th st.
COrniEß.— FrexK-h: speaks Fn>r.-n. Ital
ian. v;.: Or*fk. Turkish. spaniah.
English, fyrlan; experlrn'-»d; t*n refer
ences. I^n.lK-.': i Crowe Bui<-au, 04-. «<h
ay.> 'Phone- 4000— 33 th •■'
COTTLi:. — Scofch rrotrstir.t ; man fir
deii»r'; wife cook; or with .ott^ge.
Thonipson. ca!l C'dell I !:<-.••! >'£> tith
axe
COUPLE.— Experienced Karit-nrr. fruit. |
(towers, vegetable*, cow*, poultry : sotcr;
Kite rook and !icn»ework Lsinbott & '"ro'.ve
Huieau. «4o Otli aye. 'Phone 4< ■*.►"»- n«th St.
Ocil'PLi:.— Colored: man useful hnt!er;
■wire ■■><* laundresa; will .■-.-• work
of family; l^.it reference: (SO. llissfhcai
Bureau. S Kasl 42d St.
COUPLE.*- French: competent; butler.
valet. useful; 18'iy's tnsjd, clianib'-rmHiU;
Rbsr.lut»--ly sot^r. honrft; written and per
sonsl recommendations fr^rn prominent
family. Cou; ie, care of C"ra" . 47 West
4«th ft.
I FARMER or I'SEKI L MAN.-iio.nl ve«»
! t.it.ie grower bouaeworker «r c.xik; by a
j-ouiijc lilMi couple; r,o Willdr>*n; pood ref
erence. Carpentf-r'ii Bureau, 184 «>th «■■•
GARDENER-— By young; Oerman: »lne!e:
I ..■■ v«^etej>le (rower; hi>t!iou!>«. gluts
frame*.. fruits, flowers, gem al work; Rood
reference. «'arp<rter's i;ur--.. :. 1.'.4 Cth aye.
GARDENER.— Married, ."*.*>: no ratnily: ex-
P«"rlen'"-:i in glowing res;etabtesi flowers,
fruH*. l*wn«. «bnibb«r} ; K* rttlexna./s , la< • .
ftrictly E<-.b«r, honest and g'jod worker; well
recommended. Pierr*. 209 West lUitn St.
GARDENEIt.— Scotch, single; temperate;
practical expe.iier.ee care creenbouae ve;
eiable and flower gardens, ehrubo. land-
Kcap« work etc.: excellent referenced, Ad
dress Oardener. Tribune Uptown Office, 1«( M
Broadway.
GARJjENER (HEAD).— Skilled In growing
flower*., fruit* mid veKetablen, outdoor
•nd greenhouse; also shrubs, trees, lawns, !
etc.- married, 3*; one child: references. j
F. Ryan. 231 Hilton St.. Dorchester. Mas*. )
O\T:DEN?:n.— Married, ins child; thor
oughly exp«rte)nc«d; vegetables. lawns,
flowers, greenhouse, general car* private
place; state terms; personal reference.
Charles W. Carl. Oyster Ray. 1.. T.
HOUSEWORK. -Reliable Christian young
man (Persian); long experience, at do
mestic work- can take charge entire house
hold: In Christian family: wage*, $40 per
month. Lazar Sargl«. 11 RlveHa'.e. »ye..
Tonka™.
JANITOR. — Small German family; Bronx
preferred. Address 1246 Washington aye..
Apartment 18.
JAPANESE m butler or valet. Kawa, 152
West 44th st.
MARRIED COUPLE. — In country;
man as useful man and driver: wife for
upstairs work. Oven, 1838 Brook aye,
Bronx.
MARRIED COUPLE, one child take entire
charge gentleman's place, farm, thor
ousrhly experienced; gardening, farming;
b*rd help sober. Industrious; (rood refer
ences. 6.. Carpenter's Bureau. 154 Oth &ye.
USEFUL MAN. — By elderly man. for small
■wages and home; temperate, honest and
faithful; good worker: city or country
riHce. Address John. Box 14, Tribune Of
fice -
DOMESTIC SITTJATIOXB WANTED.
Female.
ATTENDANT. — Danish woman,
1 excellent reference, would take entire
; charge of invalid; understand* massage;
' good seamstress; experienced traveller,
speaks several language-; city or country.
M. 8.. Mies Flu Gerald's Bureau, 563 sth
are., cor. 43d.
' CARETAKER. — Widow and her mother-in
law would take care of gentleman's resi
dence during summer months: very beet.
references from well known persons. Ad
dress Caretaker. 733 4lat st., Brooklyn.
COOK and very good baker; has friend as
chambermaid and waitress; willing to go
to country; best references. Jussila Bu
reau. 680 Lexington aye. Tel. 4463— Plaza.
COOKS and kitchenmaids, all nationalities;
also laundresses, waitresses, chamber
maids, parlormaids, ladles' maids, nurses
and new arrivals. M. J. Duffy's Bureau,
131 West 42d St. T*l- 3982— Bryant.
COOK.— class English cook; under- '
stands all American dishes: city or coun- :
try; wages $25 -to 930; references. Fla- ;
herty 1 * Bureau. 485 Columbus a\e. t«1.
741— River. "' •
i>OMF.STif \Tin\n TTAVTED. j
Ffma!'.
COOK.~By n*at. middle s*»d English I
Protastaai woman: with, witHout plain
washing; En.*'; family »dultj-: ■ .••-• . rcf- '
f.^icp. •WiriWuuH. -'IT Wast l&th *r.. rear, j
rqpK T.AT.">a»ItKPS; cfiamWrr.n'.i an.l i

country, tvefd's Bureau. ?'.■« Ctiwnttla a\i-
T«!. 7..*.ft— River*l-Jr
COOK.— By Finnish woman: understands
• piain jfj'l fancy r<v,klrc. ■with kitchen
maid or alor.e: best reference. Juralla Bu
reau. 186 Ltxlncton ay». Tel. 44.V1 I'lau.
f<X»K. -By mat. raflned young *im»n;
understand* nii bnmch^t plain arm fan v
ror.kinjj; two years' reference; city cr coun
try. A.. Mrs Collier*! Agency. 122 W»st
2Sd st. ;
COOK. Aasift Ilinilin— . thorough I v com
petent In her duties; refined, obliging
youtuc woman: N»st of ref#rence»: city t-r
country. 11., Mrs. Collier's Agency. 1-2
West SM ki. _
•■ STIC Hr« ets»*: plain: to k» to
England with a family for n.e »umtn«r.
Address H. E . Bo* I*. Tribune OrHc#.
GEKERAL HOUSEWORXER."-— By yownf
Finnltli girl; very n»at anil » tlllnsr. pM
r»-f*-r«>nrr: ■ '.■me to ro an kitrhenmal4.
Juasl!>\ Curran, •:*«> r>->lnKtnn »>»
ll<H;:-i:Ki;i:r'i;l> !ilriiia3lnK).~Th->rouKhi.v
«jK-;(fr.i <*<i: hi;;iie*t city refpr'noe for j
uprr.iiix: anil rlnstu private houi*^; romp<
tT.t 'n iaki' full rharK*. city or rountry.
Julian liur»au. 47 West 42t3 M. Tpl. 4.181 —
Brrant.
HOT'STCKEnPERS. JOO-JtOO; nursery rov
*mcfraes. French. ■ i'r.'uL.:) anil EnsilKh;
couriers. i!i '"" ma Us, cook*, chats, but
>r». groom*, Danish and Finnish. Win
throp Purtau, <*•"• West S a ii: st. "Phone
!•:■:' r>.th.
HorsrCWoßK.- By younir womar. Ad
drfi>s Mihr!- ?h»a. C 2 I>»roy »t.
INFANT'S NtJSfiE. — fating «;«nnan glrlj
nnd«r*tand> hottl* fcedttic; city or coun
try: beat r#f^r»"rn'*s; wages. $a".-X3'» Call
at I.nnc A. Dcx-oherer Co.'» Rureau. 43-43-^7
W>«t >Tid Ft.
I.AIiY KATHKRINi: HOWARD Wishes to
recommend a thoroughly experienced
rraid. good ill— llinlll'l hairdresser and
I>ackcr. Ad<lres» I* •'„ 33 Hoskcr it .
Ugoi •JBT'leri. London. B. 'W., England.
LADY'S MAID.— I:<-:;n«-,1 German girl; good
Mwer. packer and traveller: best refer
ences; city or country: wages, $3T>- s3l Call
dt LAS| k Boeeherer Co.'s Bureau, 43-45-47
West 33d St.
I*A'"NOfIKSS.— Young woman: do family
waohlns; out by the. day. Address No. 1
Carlisle st. (3.1 fl'X)ri.
LAUNDRESS.— First cl*as; will assist
ohambernork; very good references;
ngiin J2.*i: city or country. Flaherty's Bu
reau. 4-."i Columbus in- Tel. 741 — River.
LAUNDRESS and CHAMBERMAID —By
Swedish woman ; excellent; good refer
ence. Jusrlla Bureau. 6.V0 Lexington ay*.
Tel. 44S3— Plaza.
LAUNDRESS. — By Finnish gift; best ref
erenced; city or country; wag«« $2T> to
$30. Weld's Bureau, 324 Columbus ay»
Tel. 7759 Riverside.
MAID, &c- -Colored woman as maid fcr
lady, work In bachelor arartment, gen
eral housework In fiat, day's work, or di
washing at horn*. Jones, 243 W. 88th st.
KURSERT GOVERNESS.— Reiined German
teacher, speaking French and English
fluently: city or country; be«t references;
wages. $:*5-J4iY OH st Lang A Boeeherer
Co s Bureau, 43-4.V-47 West 334 et.
NURSE.— North German girl; refined; good
sewer; beit. references; city or country:
wages. $25-430. Call at Lang it Boecherer
Co.'s Bureau, 4S-45-47 West S3d St.
NUKSE. — By Scotch Protestant: very neat;
can take full charge of Infant or growing
children; wlllln* to travel: best references.
M.. Mrs. Collier"*. 122 "West 28d st
NURSE.— Superior: settled woman; wjll
take charge of small children, from 2"-j
up; speaks three languages perfectly: refer
ences. Industrial Association. 9 E. 42A.
SWEDISH woman wants few hours' work
dally or three whole days;, good cook and
lroner: fine references; no cards. A care
of Wahlsren. 135 East 20th fit.
SEAMSTRESS and USEFUL MAlD.—Ex
cellent hand sewer; makes fine baby
clothes. lingerie, embroidery, millinery: to
be generally useful; assist with children.
E. C.. Miss FltxGerald's Bureau. 503 Fifth
aye., corner 424' st.
WAITRESS. — Good, smart young Irish
girl; neat, . tidy: very good reference*;
wares $22. Flaherty's Bureau. 466 Co
lumbus aye. Tel. 741— River.
WAITRESS— By Protestant: flrnt class;
can take butler's place: excellent recom
mendations: city or country. n.. Mrs. Col
lier's Agency. 122 West 23d et.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1384 Broadway, between 86th
and 87th sts.. until & o'clock p. m. Ad
vertisements received at th« following
branch offices at regular office rates until 8
o'clock p. m. viz.: 264 Bth aye.. a. c.
cor. 23d st.; 153 »">th aye.. cor. 12th a*. ; 104
East 14th St.: 257 West 42d St.. between
7th and Bth fives.; ' 263 West 125 th St.- 1035
3d aye.: 16M 3d aye., near Cut «t.: 170*
Ist eve., near fOth nt; 157 Eest 118 th IL;
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FORECLOSUKt SALES.
NEW TORK SUPREME COURT. County
of New Tils Mint 11 11 Lachman and an- 1
other. plaintifts. asrair.st Frank Gens and
others, defendant*.
In pursuance of a i"dement of foreclos- |
ore and sale. 'duly enter&l in the above en
titled action, tearinc date the lHth day of |
March. :r«.;!. I. the undersigned, the referee ,
In said judgment named, will sell at public
auction, at the New York Real &tate ;
Salesrooms. Ko*. 14-16 V4«ey Ftreet. in the ,
City of New York. Borough of Manhattan,
on the V>\]>. day of April. IJWO. at twelve
o'clock noon on that day. by Joseph I. Day. |
Esq., auctioneer, the premises directed by
saM Judgment to be sold, and therein de
scribed as follows:
All thoi*> certain lots, with the buildings
thereon erected, and situated in the Borouch
of Manhattan, of the City of New York, |
known and designated as an.l by the Street |
Nee. 27 and 29 Goerck Street, bounded as |
fellows:
. Beginning at a point on the westerly side. '
of Goervk Plreet. distant 75 feet northerly
from ;,->e northwesterly corner of Broome
and Goerck Streets; running thence, westerly
and Parallel, or nearly so, with Rroome I
Street. 100 feet; thence northerly and paral
lel with Goerck Street. 50 feet; thence east- i
erly. 100 feet, to the westerly side of
Goerck Street; t'.ience southerly, alon* the,
westerly side Of Goerrk Street. SO feet, to
the point or place of beginning; be the .-alii
several dimensions Boors rr les3.
I>sted. New York, March 20th, 1909.
JOSEPH D. EDELSON'. Referee.
JAMES T. BRADY. Attorney for plaintiff*.
No. 35 Nassau Street, New York City,
Boron C of Manhattan.
The f lowing is a. diagram rt the proa
erty to be sold;
Ths approximate amount of the Men or i
charge, to satisfy which the above described I
property is to be sold, is $16,e39.17. with in- I
terest thereon from the l"th day of March. j
lftfin together with ccstn and allowances,
amounting to $320.28. with int«re«t from the
ISth day of March, lOf*. together with the
expenses of the sale. The approximate I
amount of the taxes, water rates, assess- I
meets or other liens which are to be al - '
lowed to the purchaser out of the. purchase '
money or pail by the referee, is $1,20-'>.S4.
with interest. tnr«ther with water meter
charges from October 15th, IMS. not fixed.
The. premises are to be sold subject to a
covenant and condition to make, maintain .
and repair streets, contained In City Grant
recorded in liber 101 of conveyances, page
241; also subject to possible leases, not ex
tending beyond May Ist. 1909. and to any '
state of facts which an accurate survey will
*ho*v; also subject to » flr=t mortgage for
the sum of 140.000.00, with interest at five
per cent, per annum, from the Oth day of
December. 1908.
Dated, New York. March 2*>Th. 1000
JOSEPH D EDELSON. Referee.
NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
OF 1 NEW TORK-New Ketherland Bank !
of W«w York. Plaintiff, against Anna perry
Crompton. William Crompton Gertrude
Atkins. as Executrix of th* Last Win and
Testament of Arthur R. Atkins. William D.
Grant and Udo M. Kleischmann, Defend- I
ants.
In pursuance of « Judgment of fore- '■
closure and sale, duly made and entered !
in the above entitled action and bearing
date the 11th day of March. 1009. I. the
undersigned. the Referee in saJJ judgment !
named, will sell at public auction, at th*
Exchange Salesroom, Nos. 14-10 Vesey
ftreet. in the Borough of Manhattan, ''ity
of New York, on the Sth .lav of April. 1909. '
at J2 o'clock noon on that da;-, by Joseph
P. Day. Auctioneer, the prentises directed
by said Judgment to be sold, and therein
described as foii,->ws:
All that certain lot of land with the i
huildliyr and Improvements thereon, situate
In tin City, County and State of New York. ,
and lying in Section 4. Block 1250. on the.
Land Map of said City and described as i
foil or; s:
Bejrinnlnr at a point on ♦lie Westerly fide
Of Weet End Avenue thirty feet eight '
inches Northerly from the corner formed by
the intersection of the Westerly sld« of
West End Avenue with t:.^ Northerly side
of E!e.ht.v-e!ghrh Street, which point is
opposite a party wall standing partly on
the lot now betnr desrrlhed and partly on
the tivn lots adjoining the mm- on the
!?outh»rly sl(J« thereof: running thence
Westerly parallel with Eighty-eighth
Street, and part of the war through said
party wall seventy-eight feet six inches '
«7<i '• 1 hi thenc< Northerly parallel I
wltU W»j<t Tn<l Avenue twenty feet '20 \
ft.> re a point opposite » party wail stand- i
Ing partly on the prep- ! ■ now being »ie- I
»?ribe<l and partly on the premises adjoln
ln« the same on the Northerly side thereof; i
running thence Easterly aga:n parallel with ,
rTlchty -eighth Street and part of the way
t»iron(h Mid par'-.- wall seventy-eight fe»t
•!i ineli • i7B " •; In.') to the Westerly I
.• . of \v»«> End Avenue, and thence.
i=o.it!ie r i... »'->rir the Westerly sl-le of West
v;nd Avenue twenty '■ • ■ to the : lot or
pia'-e, ot beginning
The premised hereby described being sub- j
Je<*t to a certain declnrnt'.on msrte by 1:1 I
Alice Detroit Kearriv prohlMtlnjt the erer- |
ttotl of »ny hut'.'ilnn or «t- :•• on part i
<3f the preml*e» hereby <le«<-r^<~l «* r«l«i - j
enre thereto will more fully ftprvMr.
T-atel. N'en- York. Mar.-h "17. !!>«!».
TERENCE J. UeMANUS. rere- j
BACKSTT. 1 HAPMAN A BTEVENS At- i
fnrr.ey!i f»r piatntlfl 1,".| Nassau Street
• Tribune nu!!dlnic>. New York.
Th« follow Inc Is a diagram of the prop
eit;- to t* sola: Its street Number Is "S3
Went End Avenue. Borough ff Manhattan.
i Ity of New York.
The approximate amount of the ]jen or
charge, to satisfy hl-^h the *.bove de
. propert] la to b# ( Id, is Six thou
tar..] »ev»n hundred ty- three r.- (>-100
dollars iSC7B3 M->. » ith Int're^t thireon
from the sixth tiav of Mar-li. I!><">!>. to
gether with <-ost» an, i allowance amounting
10 Two hundred ninety three and 4S-K.i)
dollars ($283.48). with Interest from March
11. li»":« togetber with the expense! ;( th<*
sale. The preni:s:» will he totd sub I to
a prior mortga(« of $ 1<; .' ■■ w-lth Interest
rhereon at T."- per unnurn ran November
rA 100$; nubjert alsri to tenement hous?
violation". IT a:iv, ant to any state of facts
which an arourmc nirvej w>uld show.
Dated. New York. Mar,-!i 17. lflOO
TKRENOK J. m. m.'N' s. R-feree.
l v Ki»ro>ALs.
; EBALBD BIDS OR PROPOSALS will be
! r»<-eived by the Board o* Water Supply.
In in- asßoa of the Board. 291» Broadway.
New York. Room 810, ninth door, until 11
|a. tn. on April 8. lOOli. tor CONTRACT ■**
! for the construction of a portion of the
| OatsklU siqucduct. consisting of MILL
| WOOD. BARLES. HARLEM RAILROAD.
I I I-EASAN . VILLK and REYNOLDS HILL
I tunnels. PUTNAM SIPHON, and MILL
WOOD-SOUTH, BARLSS and PLEASANT
VII.Li-: cut .over The tunnels are 17
feet high by 13 1-5 feet »ie la*] und
' aggregate aboui. 3 miles. Of the remainder
about 2.9 iiil!'..- are standard cut and cover,
i 17 feet h!t»h by 17V» f»et wide lns!d«\ and
about 2000 feet are cut -and- cover of special
design. Th» work is located about 4 miles
east of the Hudson rtv»r, In the towns of
New Castle and Mt. I'leasaiit. Waatcbeatat
county. New York.
At the above nlace and tim« the bids will
If publicly opened and read. The award
of the contract. If awarded, will be mad 2as
noon thereafter as practicable. The Board
reserves the right to reject any and All
bldii. Pamphlet* containing information for
bidders, [arm of contract, xpeclflcatlons.
etc.. and pamphlets of contract drawings
ran bo obtained at Room IMS, at the above
»ddre»s, by depositing the turn of ten dol
lars ($10» far each pamphlet, or twenty
dollars (S2O) for each set. to Insure their
return in acceptable condition wl;hln thirty
days from the daio on which bids are to be
opened. For further tArticulti* see City
Record.
JOHN A. BENSEU "I Commission-
President; I ers of the
CHARLBS N. CHAD WICK. f Board of
CHARLES A. BHAW, J Water Supply
J. WALDO SMITH, Chief Engineer.
THOMAS HASSETT. Secretary.
SEALED BIDS OR PROPOSALS will be
received by the Board of Water Buppy in
th« otUco of th* Board, 290 Broadway New
York. Room 010. ninth floor, until 11 A, M
on April 13. 1909. FOR PRINTING* »\r>
DELIVERING THE SECOND ANNUAL
REPORT Or THE BOARD OF WATER
SUPPLY OF THE CITY OP NEW YORK
At th« above placa nni time the bids will
be publicly opened and read. Th« award
of the contract, if awarded, will bo made
as soon thereafter as practicable. The
Board reserves the, right to reject any and
all bid*-. Pamphlets containing informa
tion for bidders, form of contract, specifi
cations, etc., can bat obtained at Room 1313
at the. above address by depositing th* sum
c! five dollars ($5) for each pamphlet to
Insure its return In acceptable condition
within thirty days from the date on which
bids are to be, opened. For further par
ticulars S*e City Roeord.
JOHN A. BENSEU President.
CHARLES N. CHADWICK
CHARLES A. SHAW,
Commissioners of the Board of Water
Supply.
J. WALDO SMITH. Chief Enrlneer
THOMAS HASSETT. Secretary.
j arsiyesg chances.
I GOOD OPPORTUNITY for partner with
$300: controls one-third Interest in two
profitable, anterprises. Write A. De Bar
ber. 27 Roosevalt St.. city.
i "™"**" "^ *" »--»———-» ■— — —^^
TVPEWTWTIJfO AM) typewriters.
'. TYPEWRITER BARGAINS. — Ramlng
j tons. Smiths. Underwoods, others: guar-
a nteed. $1S up; bought, sold, repaired.
Atlantic Exchange, 243 Broadway.
I VICTOR VISIBLE. 79 Nassau si : cata
logue free; all makes taken part pay
ment, bargains In Underwoods. Remlng
'tons. Olivers. Smiths ii
WAIL PAPER. I
DON'T PAY . RETAIL
Prices for Wallpaper*. I sell them at
Wholesale Price* to you. W. E. TRAN
-TE4 T»i. SAW— S*nn«- 4S*-4 Caa*i 1U
PICUC NOTICES.
j SUPREME COURT.— APPELtAYE DIM
1 sion. First Department. — In th« matter
of the application ot th« Public Service
1 rrmimlsslisi for the Firs: District for the
I a..; <>;;.•;, of three commissioners to d
termine and report whether a rapid transit
' railway or railways for the conveyanco
; and transportation of persons and property
'as determined by the Board of Rapid
Transit Railroad Commissioners for The
City of New i'ork ought W bo constructed
and operated. Manhattan Bridge Route.
Revise.]. -„...:
Fublic notice in hereby given that, pur
suant to th? provision"! of the Rapid Tran
sit Act. being Chapter 4 of ii\o I>awsot
IS9I. as amended, the Public Service Com
mission for the First District •will apply to
the Arcellate Division of the Supreme
Court of the State of New York in and for
the First Judicial Department, at a Term
thereof to be held at the Appellate Division
Court House. Madison a-.eaue and East
C.'th street. Borough of Manhattan. City nf
New York, en tils - h day of April. 1*».
at 10:30 o'clock In the forenoon of that day.
or as soon thereafter as counsel can be
heard, for the appointment of three com
missioners in the above entitled matter to
determine and report, after due hearing
whether a railway or railways in the »aid
city for the conveyance and transportation
of persons end property ought to be con
1 structed ana operated In accordance with
; the routes an. , general plan of construction
as adopted by *ho former Board of R^Pj'
Transit Railroad Commissioners for The
City of New York. The papers upon
which tbe aforesaid application will be
made are the petition of th« said Commis
sion, dated the 4th day of March, 1903.
and the affidavits r.ni papers accompanying
the tame, all of which were filed in the
Office of the Clerk of th« said Appellate
Division, or. or about the Oth day of Marco.
3909. and in addition thereto such other
papers as. shall be presented to the Court
by the said Commission.
A description of the routes and the gen
eral plan of construction of the paid rail
way or railways forms a part of the papers
nlej «• aforesaid with the sal.". C!«rk of
th» Bald Appellate Division. The follow
ing is a brl«* ami substantial synopsis
of the portions of the said route lying
within the Borough ot Manhattan: A route
extending over th" Manhattan Bridge into
the Borough of Manhattan to a Doint at
or near the intersection of the centre line
of the Manhattan Bridge prolonged with
the cantre line of dmrstle street pro
longed, at which point the tracks will dl
verge, making two «pjrs. One spur will
continue southwesterly, curving under the
Manhattan Bridp* approach ' "> th Bow
ery and extending alons the Bowery to a
point at or near Payer* street, where con
nections can be made with a subway pro
posed to be constructed under the Bowery.
The ether spur will continue westerly «md
northwesterly to a point near the lnt# [T
section of the centre line of Canal street
with th* ea«t«rly side of the Bowery, at
which r-Int the saM spur will again
branch, two tracks curving northwesterly
into the Bowery and continuing along the
Bowery to a point between Hester street
and Grand street, at which a connection
can be roads with a subway proposed to be
constructed under the Bowery. and two
tracks continuing westerly under Canal
street to a point between Broadway ana
Elm strtet, where a conn*ction can be
made with (he proposed CaSSJ street rout*.
Tha object or the aforesaid application
is to obtair- the appointment of rommls
sloners who shall determin*. after public
hearing of all parties .nterested. whether
the said railway or railways ought to be
constructed and ocerated. and shall report
the evidence taken to 6ald Appellate Divi
sion, together with a ;epnrt of their deter
mination, which report, if in favor, of the
construction and operation of such railway
or railways (us this Comrrtsslen will a*'<
•that If *hall bel shall, when canflrra'd hv
said Court, be taken in lieu of th" consent
of the property owners along the line cf
said railway or railways.
Dated. New TOrk, Mar-!. 12th. 190©
PUBLIC SERVICB COMMISSION FOR
TUB FIRST DISTRICT.
By WILLIAM R VTILLCOX.
Chairman.
TRAVIS H. WHITNET. Secretary.
SUPREME COURT.— APFET,LATE Dl\l
sion. First Department.— ln the matter
in, First Department. —ln the matter
;f th« application of tha Public ?*rvi-e
?cmmission for the First District for th*
ippolntment of three. commlislonrrs to de
ermlne and report whether a rapid transit
railway or railways- for the conveyance
md transportation of persons and property
is determined by the Commission ought
to be constructed and operated. Canal
Street Route.
Public noti-e Is hereby given that, pur
suant to the Moos of the Rapid Tran
sit Act. fing Chapter * at «he Laws of
1801. a* amended, the Public Service Com
mission for the First District will apply to
the Arcellato Division Of the Supreme
Ccurt of the State of New York in and for
the First Judicial Department, at a term
theroof t" be hel<l at the Appellate Division
Pn;irt Hoes«. Madison avenue and East
2.*.th street Borough of Minhattan. City of
New York, on th* Sth day of April. 10W.
at 10:30 o'clock In the forenoon of that day.
or as soon thereafter as counsel can be
heard, fc-r the appointment of three com
missioners In the above entitled matter to
determine »r^ report after due hearing
wheth»r a railway cr railways In tha said
city for the conveyance and transportation
of persons and prorerty ourht to be con
structed an«J operated Ir. accordance with
the routes and een»ral plan of construction
ss adopted by the sail Commission. The
upon which the aforesaid In th« said
• fov the c-->nvevai.r« an i transportation
frjnnn and prorerty ought to he con
icted ar.J operated lr. a-oordance with
I nerai p'.an of TiiMructlon
adoprcd toy the ia! 1 '"ommlision The
upon which the afore^aii application
will be made are th*.- petition of the said
Commission, dated the 4th day of March.
l!)0V>. and the affidavit* and papers accom
panying the same, all of which were filed
In tha office .-.; th» Clerk of the said Ap
.-•:., IM\!>: on or about the Sth Say
of March. 1300. and In addition thereto
f-ofh oth-r paperj as shall be presented to
the Court by tho said Commission.
A description of the routes and the gen
eral san cf construction of the said rail
■or rail" forms a part of the papers
f.ed as cfor«sr,ii with the said Clerk of
the mM Appellate Division. Th* follow-
Inc 15 a brief and substantial ' svnossia of
the said route:— A route extending west
erly t!-.ro'Jili Canal *tr*et from a ?olnt at
or near Centre street, where a connection
can conveniently I"; made with the Man
hattan BrMite Connection, to Washington
street. th*r.re < urving in a loop southerly
under LMnil street, public ;it . .-,:. ;•' -
vate roDcrtT to West Street. tk*nr« on
tinuing southerly under West street and
returning under Watta street to Canal
street at of tear Its Intersection with
Hudson street: also' two apurd runnlnsr
from Canal street under private property
lr.to Broadway, one of such spurs to oon
r.cct with .1 proposed rapid transit railroad
under Broadway near Grand street, and
the other to connect with *uch proposed
railroad near White street.
Tne ■ h)e-r of the aforesaid application Is
to obtain ••■• appointment of commission
ers who shall determine, after public hear -
Ins of al! parties interested, whether the
tail railway or railways ought to be con
structed and operated, and anal] report the
evidence taken to said Appellate Division.
together with ■ report Of their determina
tion, which report, if in favor of the con
struction an.l operation of such railway
or railways (as this Commission will ask
that it slit'! be) shall, when contirnied by
said Court, he taken In lieu of th« consent
of »he property owners ■ along the line of
said railway or railways.
Datrrl. New York. Ma: h 12. lf»os>.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION FOR
1 lit: FIKST DISTRICT.
By WILLIAM R. WILLCOX,
Chairman.
TRAVIS H. WHITNEY Secretary.
STTPRKMH COURT APPri.U\TE Divi
sion. First Depart — In the matter
of the application ot the Public Service
Commission for th« First District for the
appointment of three commissioners to de
termine and report whether a rapid transit
r.iilway or ruilw.iyi> for the conveyance
and transportation of persons an.' property
as determined hi th« Commission ought
to b« constructed and operated. River
Avenue Elevated Road (The Bronx).
Pub:!-- notice is hereby given that, pur
suant to the provisions of the Rapid Tran
sit ■ Act. belnsc Chapter 4 of the Laws of
ivi»i as amended, the Public Service Com
mission for the First District will apply to
the A: ■: "■'■ ''- Division of the Supreme
Court of the State of New York In and for
the First Judicial Department, at a Tfrm
thereof to be held at the Appellate Division
Court House. Madison avenue and Ecst
25th street. Borough of Manhattan. City of
New York, on the Bth day of April. 1009.
at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of that day.
or as ' soon thereafter as counsel can b«
heard, for the- appointment of three com
missioners In the above entitled matter to
determine and report after due hearing
whether a railway or railways In the said
city for the conveyance and transportation
of persons and property ought M fee con
structed and ODerated in accordance with
the routes and general plan of construction
as adopted by the said Commission. The
paper* upon which the aforesaid application
will b<» made are the petition of the said
Commission, dated the 4th day of March.
1309, and the affidavits and papers accom
panying the same, all of which were filed
In the offlce of the Cleric of the saM Ap
pellate Division, on or about the sth day
of March. 1900. and in addition thereto
such ether papers as shall be presented to
the Court by the said Commission.
A description of the routes and th» gen
era! plan of construction of the said rail
way or railways form* a part of the papers
filed a» aforesaid with the said Clsric of
tha said Appellate Division. Th* following
Is a brief and substantial synopsis of the
said route: A route lying wholly within
the Borough of The Bronx, the centre line
of which shall begin at a point In Mott
avenge, near East 150 th street, where a
connection ran conveniently be made with
the Lexlntrton aveau* route, as modified,
and runnln? thence northerly under Mott
avenue and crossing under the tracks of
the N«w York Central and Hudson River
Railroad Company and private property;
thence curving In * northwesterly direction
under East 153 d street. Franz Sigel Park.
Walton av«nue. private property and
Gerard avenue to a point In private prop
erty in the block bounded by Gerard ave
nue. River avenue, Best 153 d street and
East 167 th street, curving thence In %
northerly direction through private property
and Bast 157 th street Into River avenue
at a point near East 157 th street; thence
continuing northerly along River avenue
and Jerome avenue to a point In Jerome
avenue at or near Clarke place, where a
connection can conveniently be made with
a proposed elevated railroad known as the
Jerome Avenue Elevated Route.
The object of the aforesaid application
is to obtain the appointment of commis
slcners who shall determine, after public
hearing of all parties interested, whether
the said railway or railways ought to be
constructed and operated, and shall report
the evidence taken to said Appellate Divi
sion, together with a report of their de
termination, which report. If In favor >f
the construction and operation of such CO"
way or railways us this Commission will
ark that It shall be» shall, when confirmed
by said Court, be taken In lieu of the con
sent of the property owners along the line
of said railway or railways
Dated. New York. March 12. 190«. --'•, ti
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION FOR
TUB FIRST DISTRICT.
By WILLIAM R. WILLCOX.
Chairman.
TRAVIS H. .WHITNEY. Secretary,
OCEA>' STEAMERS.
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\ IA
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W. L. WOODROW. TrafSc Manager. J. J. BROWN. General Passenger A«et»t
General Offices. *1 s.i Beach «t.. .V Y.
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THE CCNARD STEAMSHIP CO.. LTD.. 1
a-24 State St.. opposite the Battery.
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PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
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Kronprinz Wra.Aj.. U»i «\.uiserV\ m .•.'. '< -v,r ...
Twin- Screw Passenger Service
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN
P.Frdrich Wfii./.pr.1l Tore* Apr -«J.
•Brand»nburir.Apr. SlGnelsenau Apr. —
•Bremen direct.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
tailing at 11 A. M.
K. Lulse Apr. 10! K. Albert Apr. *4
P. Irene Apr. 17|Ne*lcar • a>*-la >*- 1
N. G. LLOYD TRAVELLERS' CHECKS.
OELRICH3 & CO.. No. £ Broad-ray. V Y.
uhhie
Hontreal to Liverpool
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NEW FAST TURBINE STEAMERS.
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CORSICAN.". ......Apr. 10, May 7, June 4
VIRGINIAN ■• Apr. 17. May 14. June 11
TUNISIAN ... Apr 24. May 21. June IS
Saloon Passage. $70.00. $90.00 and |»7^O.
Second saloon. {45.00 upward.
THOS. COOK & SON. 245. 12"0 D'war.N.Y..
FOSTER DESEVOISE. Flatiron 8H»..N.T..
EDWIN" H. LOWS Agency.ll23 Bway.N Y.
or H. & A. ALLAN. Montreal.
Holland -America Line
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE
NEW ROTTERDAM VIA BOU
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Noordam..Ar>r. IS. I<* am Ryndaf.. .A rr 27
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2t>. Luxurious Social Halls. Palm Court.
Glass Enclosed Promenade Deck. Open Air
: Caf*. Elevator.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE.3B wav NT.
RED "D" LINE
FOR SAN JUAN. F. R. LA GUAYRA.
PTO. CABELLO CURACAO AND
MARACAI3O VIA CURACAO.
t;.S. Philadelphia. . .Faturdar. April 10. noon
6 8 Caracas Saturday. April 24. noon
FOR LA GUAYRA. CURACAO AND
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c.s Zulia . Saturday. April 5. noon
Sf' Maracaity . Saturday. April 17. noon
Pier 11. adjoining Wall St. Ferry. Brooklyn.
The«e steamers have superior accommoda
tions for passengers.
BOULTON. BLISS & DALI-ETT.
General Manager?. £2 Wan ?t
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»^5 10,000 Ton Twin-Screw Passenger
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HeUig Olav.. April I.C. F. Ttetgen..May 6
ova- 11 ... April 13 ( Heltlg Olav . .May 15
United States Ap. 29. Oscar II May 27
All Steamers equipped with "Wireless.
First cabin. $75 upward; second cabin.
557 *^0
A- E. Johnson * Co. 1 way. New York.
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BALTIMORE L OHIO 3. R.
ROYAL BL.UE LINIi TRAINS:
••E-»-«ry Other Hour Ci the Even Hour.
; TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
: DIRECT CONNECTION IN NEW IMON
STATION. WASHINGTON. WITH
ALL LINES SOUTH.
- Leave New York Dally. 23d St. Lib 9 St.
Wsjhinrton. ?!e<;t-»ri 11.50 1 ara
Washington, Diner. Parlor 7.30 »m 900 am
W-ishlngtea. Diner. Pkrlor ».5O am 10.00 ta
Washington. Diner. Varlor.J 1.50 am 12 .»» n a
Washington. Parlor 1.50 ptn 2:00 pa ,
Parlor Car. New York to Hii=' ni. va. ■
"Bova; Ltd.." Diner. Parlor 3.50 ptu 40upa
Washington. Diner. Farlcr 5.50 pm ».-00 pa
Washington. Buffet, Parlor 6.50 pm 7.oOpia
Through Dally Train* to tlu» Wee*. I
! Cn:csgo. Plttsbunr TSOarii !» 00 *m ■
Chi.igo. Columbus 11.60 am 12.00 n «
' Pltuburg. Cleveland 3.50 pm 4 (*: pro
; "Fittsburg Limited" 6.50 pa» 700 pea
On.. St. L.. Louisville 11.50 pm 1.3 C ac»
Cm.. St. L.. T.ouisvllie 6 50 am 10 00 am |
On St. L. Louisville 5.50 pm fOOpm
Otnces. 246 434. 1300 Broadway. ( Astar i
House. 225 sth aye.. New York; 343 Fulton I
•t.. Brooklyn: West 23d St. and Liberty st. :
After 6 P. M. Sleeping Car reservations ,
■ and full information regarding trains, etc.. j
! ran to obtained at Bureau of Information. j
B. & O. R. R-. 23d St. Ter. 'Phono 3144—
Chelsea.
| Low Rates to Pacific Coast, jj
If SOOTHERN PACIFIC SUNSET ROUTE |i
! '-- =r^=__ =J
BOARD AND ROOMS.
71 MADISON AVK Largo and small
rooms, families or gentlemen, with toaru.
i references.
' ROCKHURST. spuyt-n T>uyv!l. 30 min
| utes, on Hudson. Fifth year. Mieae*
• Lesley. 227 th at. Tel. 104 L— Klngsbr.age.
FURNISHED KOOMS TO LET.
55TH ST.. 319 WEST.— Back parlor, suit
able physician; use front during hours;
j hot. cold water; private house; references
! exchanged.
MSTH ST.. 319 WEST. — Hall room; all con
veniences; private house: handy all tran
! sit lines: references exchanged.
j WAVERLEY PLACE. 103. — Beautifully
furnished: on* room, with private bath,
$10 per week.
! LOST BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK No. 807,362 of the Union Dime
Savings Bank is missing;. Any person
! having a claim to it Is hereby called upon
to present the same within ten days or sub
mit to having said passbook cancelled ana
a new one issued.
I BANKBOOK No. 807.043 of the Union IMrre
Savings Bank 'Is missing Any person
having a claim to it is hereby called upon
to present the same within ten days or sub
mit to having said passbook cancelled and
a netv one issued.
LOST or STOLEN. — Bankbook No. ."A3.
of the- German Savings Bank In th- City
of New York, corner 4t.h aye. and 14th St..
issued to Fred Finkenstadt. in trust for
Carl FinkensUdt. All persons are cau
tioned against negotiating the same. If not
returned to the bank on th» 14th day of
April. 1900. a duplicate will be Issued..
LOST or STOLEN-— Bankbook No. 396. 853
of the German Savings Bank In the City
of New York, corner 4th aye. and 14th *
Issued to Arthur Lercbenfeld. All persons
are cautioned against negotiating the same.
If not returned to the bank on the 22d day
of April. ltH/O. a duplicate will be issued.
LOST or STOLEN.— No. 413 02*
of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank.
Payment stepped. Please return book to
bank. No. 61 Chambers st.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 500,236 of Dry
D.->ck Savings Institution. Any person
having claims upon said book la called upon
to present the. same to the bank within
thirty days or the said book will be de
clared cancelled and extinguished and a
new one issued in lieu thereof.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 5fi«.574. Bank for
Saving*. 280 4th aye., New York. Pay
ment stopped. Please return book to bank.
LOST or STOLEN— Bankbook No. 610.269
of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank.
Payment stopped. Please return bock to
tank. No. 51 Chambers at
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HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 43 Broad
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AMERICAN LINE Tnr "J£*iT' *"
PLYMOUTH— CHEHBG — SOUTHAMPTON
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Frank C. ClarScTixaes Build;n«. New Torlc
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rmvrvi i Steamers leave Fl»»
tllut "^ i 4*. K. R.. foot *
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.- -.__.— P- M. daily <?atur-
New lork — Troy i day excepted>.
Sunday stean-.er touches at Albany.
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passed. Direct rail connection at - any c»
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Jntermediat* points. From N»w"
Tork Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday-.
•« P. M . Pier 4". N. R.. foot CTrrist<?ph«*
St. Freight received dally.
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Clean* br compressed air. steam, band it
00 r?oor. 1354 Broadway. 421 East 4«ta at.
COE * BRANDT. Tel, 132-^th.
DESKS AND OFFICE FrßMTttt
ROLL TO?
OFFICE
FURNITURE
in great variety
of stylo and
price.
T. G. SELLEW.
11l Fulton St
DtBCARI;Ejp ci><yrmyQ.
LADIES.— W« *U1 buy you.- Its* eveain*.
street, dinner costumes, fur*, etc-, tot
highest cisn value. Write or phone; will
call personally at your convenience^ Ma*.
Naftal. 748 «tn ay. T^. Bryant — 87ft.
OKESSM.4SINO AJIO SXUXXXXXZ.
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DRESSMAKING, designing. embroMarr sj
ail kinds: oil and water color paintings;
art novelties: will call at residence; mod
erate prices. Tel. 447« — Chelsea. Royc^.
240 West 15th St.. ApartsMm 1. •
FASHIONABLE dressmaking, latest mod
el«. ladies* materials accepted: moderate.
Grace & Co.. SO W. 37th. 'Phon* 33*— 38 th.
FIRST CLASS' Pr*k9Cß Cresstnalcln*;; sis
ning, bail, street, wedding dresses; <atas<
novelties. reniod«lllnc. 023 UtxLagttr •>->«>,
near it. JffiCMS . ~

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