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jJSevee transfer
■022 TO HOLDING CO.
Hfr Parcels Put in the Name
f %*Bavemcyer Real Estate Co.
*^^^>^£~£
*>* "^Tbv •*> is alrPJifly the hoWln *
V*' oomF* D - • part of the Havemeyer prop
.S^^-i. A Havener and others trans-
S^r h ofdi D ?oomran.v yesterday Xo 637
*r* X 0 'vo 14" to 151 West 83d «/-"-t. the
«* • vesoe " -V of Crosby and Houston streets.
< Vj *f 1» Liberty street. Kos. 142 and 145
W ■* l Jr^L Hoa 112 and 114 Prince street, No.
Vf-* 1 ' f/Jl So fS to 9 West 12th street, No*.
UtfaV*"*r xo „ cortlandt street. Noa. 1? and
5 ss * 3 -iTvo S3 to S7 Church street, and No.
i^^Morserthau company has sold throuph
** 1 tAVeteman & Herman ten lots on the
[i**"^*;. Fox street, beginning ion feet south
•*■ f i«m street The buyers will build on the
<r _«t ™° forty-foot five s tory apartment houses.
**%, apartraents of seven rooms each on a
•*•,* Pierce have sold No. « East 79th street
**T * person w ho bought the adjoining prop
••^ £ A twelve story apartment house will
fJ^cS-^*^*"* 111 No - =4 to a w " 1
»»^.- a wi" b~M through the Marmac Con-
which he owns, a twelve story
•^ store buiWini? en the combined plots,
1* ' OS-95.9 feet. The Lwfldtasj has been
2 m the placi to the American Fashion
-v and Pictorial Review from May L 1910. at
r*! - .p ay and xazintniaa Morpenthau. jr.,
LTLIIfM- Thomas Tedford to Joel Clinton
S.!aVo 15? "vV«*t 7?th street, ■ four story and
J**"/,... house on a lot l&eHB.lO feet. It
iacsfr that an tpartment house will be
'ifXrt* «-a tTro •« otata « lets -
Realty and Construction Company hat
if. « tester X - Sls and 317 West ■» street,
imk"?^"* 1 apartment house In coune
jSnirtWn en a plot 75x100 feet.
f__U G. Roome & Co. have sold for Gustave
r vSr to a client for investment the two five
lT__e-«t house* at Nos. 216 and =1S East 47th
*^. en a plot CxMOJ feet.
.^jjgsidaer estate has sold No. 116 West MOl
-*~- . f svr story ar.d basement building, on a
£ ?*&* feet.
t-_t ia_-- E. Paterno Construction Company
■Sail- an Investor the new ten story Barnard
•jost war-Bent house at No. IS Clarernont avenue,
»_;» plot US-SxTO feet.
j-gssTra be filed by Henry T. Bulman in a day
for two six story elevator apartment houses
_ ewer the Mock front on St. Nicholas avenue
*&■&& to 131 ft street. This marks the begin-
ef artire building operations in a new section
t _s HelpJJis
j_a hare been filed for two six story tenement
hoses the aouth side of 79th street, S^S.S feet
tot o* Avenue A. to accommodate one hundred
ej-gjßff^esxh. The City and Suburban Homes
__g__y. of which E. R L. Gould is president, is
•>t-fmr. P. K. Ohm, the architect, estimates the
(sfatBWBB.
DWELLING HOUSES LEASED.
joisaa Brothers have leased for Eugene C. Casey
efclfcwßT ard basement • Hiss houpe at No.
C V«e Its; etreet to Dr. Bostvell I. King for
I/co S. AStaarer ha« leased for Ida Keir.pner to
i {dealer a long t«rm the four story Bud base
«■ iMffiiie house at Xo. S3 West Mat street.
■ ImW H. ReTitor. & Son have leased fir Maria
&2?sffl to Margaret McKeon lor a term of
jas ibc ttree an! a half story and basement i
■Bjßfboufe at No. Ci ■'■• USih street.
■ On: I', and Herbert V. Dike have leased for the j
XrsrSealty Company the first loft in their build- i
i 53 8 a* northwest corner of Eighth avenue and j
( JUMtcthe Leonard Freefleid Company for a j
-*3«? jars." : I
*2___rles r. Xoycs Company has leased ofHces
• fc. a Broadway fcr Stewart Broxrne to Dppen
etc A ?vifl— 'gTra, aad In No. €1 Beekmaa etreet
■fcr Jcas J. Burton to Fred Schelnkman and to I.
iManei. They have leased, also, ■ floor In No.
Srhlte street to the Avalon Club.
I* Ir_-_i Cotcpeny have leased for Hugh I^lns:
**he QMaaaas Liquor Dealers! Association the
W2ve story bßUdassf at Nob. €30 and €33 Hudson
•bh. Th? lessees wl use the buildings for a
■a or vepj&g liquor.
| SALES AT MANHATTAN BEACH.
.-Jowpi P. Day reports the fo'.lowiaj sales at
jf-iatan Beach:
»Fn__t Heenaii has bought a ] lot. 40xMB lest. In
itsaoat Rre«. adjoining the corner of Oriental
*-sv-ra. Frances K. and Mary Underbill have
*B|tt a ylst, lOxIOO lee.t, on the west Bide of
fcaaost street, between Oriental Boulevard and
a=stm avenue. Margaret J. Er-*>n has bought a
«*. Cxi* feel on the ea?t sid» of Beaumont
etet, between Shore BesJesmrd and Hampton aye
* Acaie E. Xyers has bought a plot. &yxim feet,
t?U߻utt street, adjoin the corner of Oriental
> fe-EV_rl . .
.
r -. SALES IN THE BRONX.
"*&•*& B>Tn-> has coW for the A. J. Schwarsler
"^SKyafire rtory double apartment house. 40x80
**-<ott« east side cf Clay avenue, south of l©th
This faishes the sal* cf seventeen houses
2* list telghborhoo-J by the Schwarzler Com
! ?J*** r Brothers have sold to A C. Bosselman
' ■■■ietorT dw*^;r,gr hous* at the southwest cor
|** Bir.br: avenue and 197 th street.
$£.- AT THE AUCTION ROOMS.
I ■*BW loWlli * transaction took place yesterday at
*** Esute Auction Rooms, at No. 14 Veaey
t By Joserh | I
b>3? r l£i : *' n v cor of Crotona Place. M.2r85.«x
"^ T ««at; withdra-Rx.
*' SALE AT OR'ENTA POINT.
i^ P " Itey ha£ sold for Kitxroy C*rrlnsrton
t «atr> pi ac( on orient* Point. Mamaroneck,
tr~£?~ BB * ck^ t - "Ihe property fronts on the.
**» «od consists of ten acre* and buildings.
*« BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
'*a«Hii~ KKVr BniiajDcos.
0 !!;,,* *. TO 22 ft ■ of -vVhiUoclc aye,
•v*=S.mLT * a ' s <s*' ! ?«. *I*Z<K Ellen
*k(Tt . :" •' C!arl^ architect ■ $10,000
vA fna-V' r^? V th - Orman Real Estate
ffaifc'V Xr'o, ' ■ ■ • xwood ay«. 1 sty
iC^i^Se?' Uii: owner; L
5-Saf* SlS'-J r ' H "- » v *. 2 sty frame
■•**• •r-fc.i?" " K«a«:e,. owner; Henry Nord
"^ ■• 8.000
,*»:«, tw . ALTERATIONS.
2SL»^M^ aye, rear. 2 «ty frame
'^ U§hL Kei!! r Ark - owner; Adolph
- *"* 1,000
~ a
*l*«.l U ' LDINQ LOAN CONTRACTS.
w « f ««> «ye. m Ix3B 8.
?%- • lEfi °* a " Tll<^n Investing Co. »3.V).000
W***? fin naea Institution loans Roffler
>»»^ ••• 100.000
"^-^^P^tment Hotels.
ft HOTEL
Hosv©noßH osv ©noß
.Ci^-,;- TH AND 10TH ST.
1?« aff^r' 1 ' to Patronage of the high- i
ifcksaliM as a Permanent residence for '
% JJ*{ 4^**v». j
1^ AS.?!! ' : ' six rooms and two baths
&L!<SV? fn V' f three rooms and bath
.^^S^lliom OctohVr 1
" —^_^^'c Noticet.
\'i**^, Hc >P_ Wanted. — — — — —
:^*^ «f^S 04 riRST J . •■LAPS ORDNANCE
BSfSftS *«n« ?■} SKJ Naval Torr*di Station,
*»»i &I ««««» i <u.<her information ad<lr«s
■ /^^ VtS 6*6 * » Cttrje, Naval Torpedo 9ia- -
I
SWHERETO SPEND A VACATION!
NEW YORK.
i THE i
CATSKILL KOUHTAEHS
. noted for picturesque and romantic scenery. The
! I glorious air, the magnificent views and comfort- [
' | able accommodations are a great attraction In j
; ! this mountain region, which is a paradise for
j I children end a sanitarium for everybody. ',
i THE ULSTER 8 DELAWARE H.B. f
; , In connection with West Shore and Pennsylvania
; Railroad forms th« only all rail through car line ;
<| between Philadelphia. Jersey City. New York <
I ', and all points In this famous Mountain region. <
I The Summer Schedule, for Season of 1909 In- •
, \ atigurated Sunday, June 20th. Including the ]
j famous RIP VAN WINKLE FT.YER and th« |
| ! CATSKILL MOUNTAIN LIMITED trains.
I i An Illustrated Summer Book, with map of the
I , Catskllls and list of hotels and boarding houses. •
I ] ! will bo sent free on receipt of 9 cents postage. '
| >•. A. SIMS.
] General Passenger Agent \
(' Kingston. N". T. '
I* ■■: |
THE GRAND HOTEL,
CATSKIII. MOCXTALNS.
Through Coach and Drawing-Room car service
from New Tork. Altitude over 2.000 feet. Passen
ger elevator to all floor*. Unexcelled cuisine.
Rooms singly or en suite with private baths. Book
let Address THE GRAND HOTEL, COMPANY.
I Hiithmount P. O. N. V.
SCNSKT FAKK INN.
Halnes Fa!"s. X. Y. Opens June 24th. Catsklllff* finest
Hotel. Rooms single or en suite, with or without bath.
' Daily concerts. Cuisine and service unsurpassed. Eleva
i tors. For Booklet address OWEN C. BECKER. Prop..
Maine* Falls. N. T.
.
! ■
I
Saratoga
TTbe <sranb "Glnfon
For particulars, address
WOOLLEV * tiERKANS. Proprietors.
Saratoga Springs, N. T.
ALSO OF THE
< HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE.
Broadway. C«th .to «7t*i Pt., New York City.
AND THE IKOQeOIS. Buffalo.
MoWTUrs
Hotel and cottages in the heart of the Adirondack.
overlooking two of the most beautiful lakes In tht
region; trout fishin*. bass fishing, boating, bathing.
bowling, pool, tennis, music house physician, sanitary
plumbing, pure spring water. No pulmonary Invalids.
Artistic catalogue.
MORLET'S. Lake Pleasant. Hamilton Co.. N. T.
OTTER LAKE HOTEL — Adirondack Mountains.
Fishing, boating, bathing, bowling, other amusements.
Write for booklet to ROSCOE NORTON. Prop Otter
Lake. N. Y. Cottages to rent
XHE NATIONAL. LAKE TLACID.
"Heart of the Adirondack*. 1 "
Write for booklet.
HKNRY ALLEN I r-nr-n ■-„,.
JOHN H. WILSON 5 """a** »
/MANHANSETx
HOTEL ANT) COTTAGKJ*
EHET.TER ISLAND, LONG ISLAND
NOW OPEN. Under th» «ame murmur <■-• as
Hotel Cbamberlio. Old Point. Ft information,
rates, etc.. address aTaahanset Manor. Suffolk.
N. T. 'Phone 31 Shelter Inland
■ ;ei 1 F. ADAMS. Proprietor
Mr Adams trill maintain nt the aTanhansnt th«
same hlrh standard of cuisine ;».!..{ »*rv|r«i that has
made the Chamber'!n fa;nmm thrcughfv.it the -rorlrt.
BRIARCL.IFT MANOR. NEW TORS
BRIARCLIFF LODGE
Open liar l*t to r»ec. Ist. Enlarged fr>« a ra«atflj <■•.
three hundred guests. New and modern garage
D B. PLUME R. Manager.
New T~rk rerresentatlve at .Va E. 4C;h St.
HOTEL ELSTONE
Far Rockawar. rormeriy the Bayswater Hotel.
EDGAR LEHMAN*. Prop. NATHAN WEHN. Mgr.
•♦Mountain and Lake Resorts"
A beautiful summer book of 110 pages. Illustrated, may
be obtained free at any I__c_»»_nn_ lUilroad Uc«.*<
•Sea.
Excursions.
DELIGHTFUL MIDSUMMER TOURS j»
( KATES IS'CIII>K y.\r.'.<V EXPEXSE )
ACGCST 3. — Niagara Falls. Oreat Lakes, Maeklnac Island. CeorgUn Bay, Huskoka Ijikes. into. |
Boston, and Long Inland Sound.
ArGUST g. — Hudson River. Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands. Rapids of the c t Lawrence, Montreal.
Boston, and Lornr Island Sound
*»rCfBT B. Hudson River. Niagara Falls. Thousand Islands. Rapids of the Bi Lawrence. Mon'real. !
Lower Si Lawrence, Fasuenay River. Quf-bec, White Mountains. Boston, and I.otijr Island Fu nd.
ACCrBT P. — Montreal. Lower St Lawn Sasuenay Ftlvr. <jucb«>r. White Mountains, Unslor,, und j
Lon* Island Sound. I
Ajfii *T 10. — Saratoga. Lake George. Lake ChampUin. Ansabie Cha*m. C"s*on. an.l l.nng Island Found. I
Al <;i 10.— Saratoga. Lake George, Uk« Champlain. Aosmble Chasm. Montreal, (Lower Bt Lawrence. |
Sa?u»nay River. Quebec. White Mountains, Boston and Long Inland Sound
ATGI'ST 17.— Maritime Provln<-<-.. St. Andrews. St. John In N«w Brunswick Charlottetown In I'rince i
Edward Island. Halifax, the Land of Eva.njrelin<\ the Annapolis Valley, and I»!s;by In Nova S<-otla.
Boeton. »nd Long Island Sound.
ACOrST l«. — Thousand Islands. ft Lawrence River and Rajtl Montreal, Quebec. White M"unt»!ns.
Boston, and Long Island Sound.
ATGI ST 24. — Saratojra. Lake. George. Lake Cnamplnln. Ausable Chasm. Montreal, Quebec. Lo-.\<-- gt
Lawrence River. Gulf of St. Lawrence, Prlne Edward Island. Halifax. St. John. Boston, and I^ong
Island Found.
ArGI ST 81.— Saratoga. LaJte George, Lake Champlain. Aoaable Chasm. Boston, and Long IfTand nnd
ATGI'ST 31. — Saratoga, Lake George. Lake Champiain. Ausable Chasm. Montreal. Lower Ft. Lawrence,
Bagnenay River. Quebec. White Mountains. Beaton and Lone [slaad Bound
ATGr_sT 31. — Niagara Falls. Royal Muskoka Hotel. MusltAka I>akes. Toronto, Lake Ontario, Lake of |
th<» Thousand Islands, Rapids of the St. Lawreaee, Montreal. Ausable Ciia.«m, Lakn Champlaln, !
Lake George, and Saratoga.
' THE ABOVE TOCIIS WILL BE DUPLICATED 111 KIM, BEFTE.MBEH
Thr*» Toum around the world East. Went and South— parties will ajso vlult
lXlorrstonr Park. th« Paciflr, >"orthwe*t and f'allforniii. Write for Booklet.
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.
225 FIFTH AVENUE. NEW YORK. Telephone: 8270 Ma-iison Square.
BOSTOy PHILADELPIfIA PITTSBURGH |
SEATTLE-YUKON EXPOSITION
Colorado Resorts
Yellowstone Park
Yosemite Valley
Canadian Rockies
Conducted Tours
•with 1,1 mi Mem
bership, 30 to 45
Days.
Program No. M on
application gives full
details.
ACTO TOl'ltS.— BoMon, 2-day trip. $25. One-day
trips to I>onc Bearlt. Send for^lJooklrt.
AI.SO TICKETS FOR INDEPENDENT
TRAVEL BY ALL BOUTBJI
THOS. COOK 6. SON
245. J2OO Broadway, «49 Madison Aye .
6«3 Fifth Aye. (Windsor Arcade). New YOTK. _
suYlTer trips
We have them. $10 up to $115.
SEND FOR FffEf TRIP BOOKLET
Olves you exact cost, with all necessaries covered by
one low rate, best hotels, etc. at Thousand Islands St.
Lawrence River. Montreal. Quebec. Saguer.ay. U hlte
Mts . Ausahle. Saratoga. Nova Scotia, Atlantic City, etc
THOMAS T. HESUKICKSOX CO..
813 II I I (IV ST.. BIIOIIKLVN.
I BLOCK ISLAND, 51. 50
19 EXCURSION EVERY SUiiDAY
Via Special Exprens train to Montauk. thence by
Ftr "Khlnnecock" to Block Island. For full
particulars see Friday evening's and Saturday s
yapern.
ROCKAWAY BEACH
1 ray« N Y-. E. 34th st. sta (via Ix>ng Island R. R. i.
week-days' (4 10. Hamtnel only). 0:30. 8:20. U:10. 10:30.
11-20 AM. 12:30. '120, 1 r»n. *2:20. 2:00. 3:40. 4:30.
6:3«. 40. h:00. 8:00. 10:30, 12:00 T. M.
'Leave Brooklyn (Flatbush aye. eta. i. 6:00, 6:80, 7:10,
7 »4 6:14. 0:20. 10:00. 10:42. 11:15 A M.. 12:10, •12:60.
l : 08 »1 40. 1:56. *2:15. 2:29. '2:57, 3:17, 8:57. 4:27.
4 4t.' 6:07. 5 27. 5:47, 6:07. 6:82, 7:05. 7:50. 6:21. 0:45,
10:40. 11:20. 12:10 P. M *Eats. only.
%'.--'" RED BANK 1.1NF..
Lv» Frsnklln St. Pr 24. N. R. daily. 8:30 a. m.. 2:30
p m (Sun. 8:30 and 8:1.'. a m.); Battery. SSO a. m.
2-BS p id (Sun., 8-55 and 9:33 a in.), for Highlands.
Red Bank. etc. Ere., tOc. Trolley to Long Branca.
AJbury Park
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1009.
HEW YORK.
TERRA-MARINE INN,
„_„,_, ON THE BEACH
HrcrENOT PARK. STATEN ISLAND, N. T.
Hour from Battery by ferry and train Hotel autos
meet every train. Baths, running water. Cuisine un
surpassed. Low rates. Fine motoring, fishing, bath
ing, satiny. Long pier.
i VREP F NEEPHAM. Manager.
NEW JEHSEY.
GALEN HALL
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY. NEW .rEKSET
with its elegant comfort and superior tab!" and ser
vice, la an ideal place for a long or short stay.
F. I- TOUNO. General Manager.
New York Office. 1122 Broadway.
hot^Hdennls
_.. . _ ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
situated <Jlr»rtl>- on the ocean front, surrounded by !
its own spacious lawn, which joins the teach and !
boardwalk. Most liberally appointed and lib. rally con- j
ducted hotel on tho New Jersey Coast
. "WAI/TEH J. BUZBT.
SEASIDE HOUSE
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FRONT
Sea-water baths Open si] the year.
__^ K. P. COOK'S SONS.
I SHarrovroiKMSenbefiH i
CAPACITY 1100
Particularly attractive during Atlantic's s;rea*,
Fummer Season. White Dining Room Service.
Both American and European Plans.
JOSIAH WHITE * SONS COMPANY.
"the MONTCLAIR
ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP
MONTCLAIR, N. J.
Information at
America's Hotel Bureau. 1122 B'wiy. N. Y.
OCEAN hotel;
As!.ur\' Park, N. J.
Largest of the I »a'l;ti:r 'els.
GEO. L. ATKINS sons.
OTDITCnDn Ocean Grove. N. J. Main at*. 3rd
nil I rUniJ door f' l!r > ocean. Reaji-inahle. •" "
I IIKI I Ulltl, rooms. A. W. T YMAN
I'EXN SYI.V^NIA.
WfITER GflP HOUSE
A MOUNTAIN PARADISE.
DELAWARE WATER GAP PA
Open to December. Unquestionably th« Oneel equipped,
most luxurious. new«-Ft anil Lost Htuat-d hotil. High
est altitude: coolest location; no !»«. humMHv or mos
out toes: no noise or dust <>f rallroadsi or h!Kh-»nj!<. 100 '
tiled private baths; running water In till rooms; uteam !
hent; log fires; elevator*, electric llnhts. t.-!ephr.n«». |
telegraph "tc. Cuisine «f hißhrst siairtsrc!; French |
chefs: white servl own farrrs and registered cows.
Orchestra; social <ll\«"ri«loii(i. t.olf. «.;<ld!e hor«es. ten- i
nls. bowling, billiard". bathin(f. llshlr.ir. b^-ting. rap '
nhooting. eta New garage; livery. Sperl-I July and \
season rates. Booklet an I auto nupi inntl»-'5 Cojrhn i
meet trains. Ownership management. JOHN TUHDY i
cors. I
""THElcrTf ATINNY'
The Leading lintel .it
DKUWAHK MATTER 1. \V . PA.
Open a.l year. Writo frir Illustrated booklet rh^wlic
hotel. Kntailnr.y Park !" T.f«. ;iul<> ';■■' ,
tra Bteam heat; open log nre» 1 iv. ■• Canute S;,». |
rla! Au;umn Hates. O. FJiANK COPE.
CONNECTICIT.
You Have Probably Visited;
The Llton, Waterbury,Conn. j
On a mr.torir.g trip. «• The EMon !» the tr>ur!n.r centre
of New England and t:.e gateway to th» Berkshlres. i
ro.fit.iy you have t:«k»-i the fani"'i« Id*al Tiur. Hut !
have you ron«l<!ererl Th» Elton, nn m«cy h»ve. a> a j
d»R!rnr«l^ s'imnrr resort . I.«-»^.i!r^l In a c]!y. It \n true,
but delightfully situated on th» Crwn. »urr^unde(l tiy
beautlfui p»taie». amM the XAtc>tTirl<i hills, wrh heatitl
ful drive* and splendid got! at Th» Waterhur- Cointry
Club, which ext»od« COOrtegleJ to gi!e^!» of 7h« EitOtt
The hotel \- a mssnincent »tru>ture. a»i-1 the ISine 1:1
keeping. Id-al T r ur and h«T«l bookUt nwait request.
ALMON C JUDD, Proprietor.
"~~~ ~~ MA&SACIICSETTB.
STOCKBrTdGE, MASS.
|{E. I Lion Inn and Hr.ii.m stall. '
T^o of lh« beet arpointfd hut--:ii In the P-rksMren
All EN T. TREADWAT. Trop New Off re. Hotel
Flanrteri!. We«t 47th St.
ExcurakmM.
CHARMING EXCURSIONS
Up the Picturesque Hudson to
West Point, Newburgh and Poughkcepsie
Dally (except Sunday) by I;i sea Iron Day l,lne
Fteamers "Hendrick Hudson," •■Robert Fulton." and
••Albany." Brooklyn. Fulton St. (by Annex). H; Des
brosspK St.. 8:40 and 9:40; W. 4LM . c l . 9:00 and 10:00;
W. 129 th St.. 0:20 and 10:20 A. M ReturninK on either
down boat due 42d St. 5:30 or 1:40 P. M
MORNINO AND AFTERNOON CONCEnTS
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
WEST POINT
BTEAMKR MAKV POWELL.
Leaving Desbrosbes St., 1:4.'.: W. 42.1 St., 2:00; W. 12!»th
St., 2:20 P. M. Arriving West Point 5 P. 11.. vtiria
close connection for New 7ork Is made with Day Line
Ft earner •"ALBANY." Excursion fare 91. (m Also
choice -when buying ticket of return by any West Shore
or N. Y. Cent, train or Cent Hud. Etr. $1.10. giving
ample time to see Cadets in Camp, Public Ilulldlnss.
etc. Orchestra on board.
This Kscnntlon Made Dally, e r«-pt Ruoilar.
Instruction.
For Boys and Young Men City.
-. lie* 751 h Year opens Kept It.
NeW YOrK \ Morning ( I»m«. 0-12.
'Inii-oni.-ili' £ Afternoon I la*«, 4-6.
LDlVCrSliy * Ereala« CfasM. H-10.
loitr VrllOfll 5 I>egreea LL. 8.. LL. M.. J. D.
LaW 3CUOOI 5 Address i, J. TOMPKINi. Sec..
.***%********" Washington 80,, N. V.
For Both Sexes — City.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
Madison Square (1122 Broadway).
Harlem Branch. 343 Lenox Aye . near 127 th St.
Brooklyn Branch. 218-220 Livingston St.
REDUCED RATES DURING THE SUMMER.
Summer School at Asbury Park, N. J.
Teachers sent to all places within hundred miles.
For Youngr Ladies — Country.
Miss C. E. Mason's Suburban School
FOR <;IRI.S. THE CASTIM. Tiirr»l<i«n-»n-Hui:«tnn. N.Y.
All departments. College preparatory, graduating and
suecial courses. For circulars address
Mi*" C E. Mason. 1.L.M.. Lock Box 717.
~~~~~ For Young Men Country.
WORRALL HALL"ACADEMY 'Bgßa.'
pepts Sanitary conditions perfect. Adflresn Principal.
School Agencies.
lliriaCAN AND Tochers Tutors Gov.rneK.es. etc.
fa llrm. U. Schools and Families. 23 Uoion Beits*.
Real Estate.
The Least Flaw
in a title is an embarrass
ment; costs more than a
search And insurance is
much more than a search.
Better consult us.
Lawyers Tills
Insurance and Trust
Company
CAPITAL - -$4,000,000
SURPLUS - - 5,300,000
($5,000,000 added to surplus in last 17 jba/s)
ICO Broad-— -ay, »«■■»»■ York, •
188 Montague street, Brooklyn. '
AGENTS WANTED.
! I MADE $50.0T0 in five. years In the mall
order business; began with $5. Send for
| free booklet. Tells bow. Heacock. 014
i Lockport. N. Y.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
! I MADE JSO.O<v> in five yearn In the mall
outer business: began with $5. Send for
I free booklet. Tells how. Heacock. 014.
] LoekporC N. T.
! WANTED.— ONB FIRST CLASS '''Rd
nance draunhtoman at $.%/l4 per <!leni. A
competitive examination will »«» he!.l at the
Na\al Ton • station. Newport. l:. 1..
• August 11. l' I".'.1 ".'. '■■ ail the above positlo*.
For application and further information sd-
I (Ir'-ss. "Inspector of Ordnance In ■ 'hart*,
; Naval T rj edo Stai Newport, n. I"'
WORK WAXTED.
Male.
AMBITIOUS roung man. 2*. Nt anything
with future Mark MKernan. 14- 1 *
N'pwpll St.. Brnoklyn.
AMERICAN (31>. rollego graduate, mar
rieii. fleslren position k» »s!»rle.l clerk:
t>u?!ne*s erperlencA; occttrate; fair pea
man: best of r«fcr*oc««: enirl^v^'l now;
amMtlrus; deslr*B Letter position. Win.
A. Eardeler, 82U \\c*t. ISM St.. New York.
BOOKKEEPER, CASHlEß.— Married, 85;
settled: Ai character: stability, ripe ex
perlrnee, prartlral; salary ?.T»; highest ref
erenres; only lesponaible firms neeil answer.
P".x 4.1. Rabwar. N. J.
CHAUFFEUR.— Graduate of the Automo
bile School of America: would go as
I second man. Jameg McNally, 47 f>'h aye.
CHAUFFEUR. — French : careful .'.river
and repair man; moderate saiary. Glllot,
(16 West f.31 b..
CHAUFFEfR.— E»nerten-'ed: careful driv
er; uiw-fui around place; understands
I home's; gor.<l rt^piilrer; go«l anywhere; best
i reference. Chauffeur, lOM M aye.
CHAUFFECTR-^-^Mecnanlc: strictly *oher:
i Harry Plumcr, 4 Centra Market Pla>e.
i COLLEGE GRADUATE: recretary. <"oln -
j ranion. good stenographer; excellent
■ ii-s^r, musician; would travel: highest r.-f
| fren.-r*. Ad'irrgs Box 172. We«tW Oo4 W. J.
j COMPOSITOR. — thlrder; steady tyiai
tlen in up-to-date offlce; German or
j English; iniait be »fa<!>. AJrtre»s G.
I Kocher, j*4 St St.. Ca.-U:a>li. N. J.
i DETECTIVE ii«*lre» situation with corpo
ra-lon or private parties; ex;ert or
•hadowlng; InreatlgatlOßa, Beaa, SK>2
■ Tompklns aye.. coiner Jefferson • ■■' •
Brooklyn. Te! 34C«— Rrdfcrd.
BLEVATOR ItrNNEP. cr PORTER-— By
... 33 Weet iOth st.
! MAN. 24, married, Oermaa; ill. n»«t ar
p.^araii<»; r.:«t r!a*» ba:'«"r<r: under
nt*r.ii» the htulness thoroughly; <V*lre» a
itev>.i p^»l?:nn: no nijjlit »"rk; rererences.
i Rath. T.V> I'ri^its aye, Brooklyn.
! MAS' 2.V handy with tool* and ran hand!*
hordes, nt anything W. P. t;!»>bs. 3-1
| loth ny».
! PORTtiR. — Man an porter; honest and •
■«11!lng. 10K Writ lllth'M.
BEBPON9IRLE MAS. "i». who was In
rvi»in<-a« to- blmselt for 10 yean, wishes
position nt anything: can give serurlty.
Bo::scr. MS Ea»t - St.
SALESMAN.— B'»nUs or real tstate; 3.1;
• il«ri»ncrl; 10- -_1 territory. H. 1.. Pnx
2S. Tnbune Office.
STENOGRAPHER AND TV PEWRITKB.— ■
F!y a t>ny. 13. (.eglnr.er. liavlng thorough
school education; ran op*rat« Underwood
or Remington; refe.ren.-e» furnlsbM. B«nJ. ■
, Krackov. 1225 r.oth St.; Brooklyn. ;
t'SETUU * MAN.— By your.g man; handy :
wirh tool«; go'-d reference*; neat. sAoer,
willing Frank Love. 77 inter aye. L/>ng ,
Island <Ity.
YOUNG MAN. C.reci.in. peaks French
fluently :««nuM like any service .r posi
tlon In city or country: no knowl^se Er.«-
ILih. Apostaio Harrli. !»i«l »»»h ay*.
YOUNO MAN. to learn automoMle bust
n<-»»: small na!ar>-. I'erez. "' -■ •"' :
TOUNO MAN. 21 yean oil, experienr*.! in ,
millwright find carpenter work, desires
position »t anything. A. V I'-. P"X 30.
Tribune Offlce.
YOUNG MAN. 27, understanding »ten"g
rativ good r.TVe trafninK: or outside
rulMnmn. Ceorre E Hanlen. r>o Weal
114 th Bt.
v , ,, -.. MAN de»lre» clerical, office, or
Inside salesman position neat Tree- - ■
• noe and aniblll-juf. 6 TV. Ptlverm.in. ?,_
Jerr-e>- avenue. Jersey city.
TOUNO MAN. 23 »t anything; flve years' ■
experience a* atteo-iitit and assistant see
retary; bent references Frank Mc<;overn.
112« '3d aye
\TOBK WANTED.
Fnnal*-
BTEKOGRAPHSR and TYPEWRITER.--
Beginner- willing and ambitious: will
ualst In office: small salary to start. H r..
.ire of M.M.. 714 Greenwich St.. c»y
TELEPHONE OPERATOR wishes i^tva'
switchboard: long experience. M. F..
B6x 20. Tribune OlTice
DOMESTIC SITOATIONB iVAXTEP. j
Male.
BUTLER and VALET.— By experienced
japaaeee: August Ift in private family,
cltv or country; KO*" 1 references; no • irds
j Watanalu. 61 Ocean aye.. Bay Snore.
L. I.
COACHMAN Married man as family
coachman: willing-, obliging; city, coun
try reference from last employers. Norrls. ,
4«; Park •■■•■
rnACHUAN and GARDENER.— Neat.
competent ..ot-r young Scotchman: beet :
reference. ..Krpenter's Bureau. 154 6th aye., i
1883 Ch«lsea.
COACHMAN —First clacs city, country
»nd personal references; willing and oh
llglng Ph-^ps. 875 Sth aye
OAIRDEVER— Single: capable of taklns
rhaiKe of private or commercial place;
-rower of cut Sowers, plant*, fruits, vege
f»hi<-B care of grounds: state full particu
lars Box 3 3 . water Mill. Loos Istasii.
MARRIED COUPLE^ gentleman's place:
man rare for imr^ cow and «ener
■ useful- wife plain cock, housework:
Basllsh! F." Williams. 241 West 37th st.
MARRIFI> COUPLEL North of Ireland: two
children: take entire, ch.rge gentleman's
rlac" thoroughly experienced gardening
2nd farming: board help; good r.ference.
Carpenter's Bureau. 154 t>tn e.ve.
REFINED young colored couple win do
entire work of family: five year- refer
ence; $55. Miss Shea's Bureau. 8 ■ 1
r-sFFUL ItAN.— Totmg man to take care
or horses and be generally u-efol; city or
country; city references Matthew Martin.
826 Eaal tßßth st
VALET-— ( Courier), alxo excellent butler;
bright, active J»pa»eae youth, with best
disposition; excellent city references. Wlll-
Ing. 107 Cherry st.
DOMESTIC SITTATION3 WANTED.
Female.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.— Very
nice Norwegian girl; good waitress: neat
chambermaid; Jood references; friend gen
eral houMworker or kltchenmald. Oster
be?g-. Bureau. 716 Lexington aye. Tel.
1065—
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS ■ r
chambermaid and nurse: young Protes
tant- $1R $2.». .1 . Hofmayer's Bureau. 133
West 23d st Telephone MM Ckalsea
COOK.— Protestant cook; neat, obliging,
competent young -woman; understands plain
and fancy 'cooking: excellent reference*;
cYty or country. II . Mrs. Collier's Agency.
122 West 23d st.
COOK.---Very Wee Swedish Kirl: very Rood
cook; can bake; makes good desserts.
takes entire care kitchen: e ;«"?n t _. r .' f t 'T"
aoew. 'wterbcrg-s Bureau. 71« Lexington
aye. Tel. 1055 Plaia
COOK-LAUNDRESS and CnAMHERMAID
and waitress; two nice young Radish
srirls: thoroughly competent; excellent ref
erences; also two Finnish girls. *«•»•
«■>■•. and $22 Osterberg's Bureau, ilo Lex
ington aye. Tel. 1050 Plaza,
t
Real Estate.
Established 1687. Incorporated 1002
RULAND & WHITING CO.
REAL ESTATE •
5 BEEKMAN ST. NEW YORK.
Bronx Property for Sale.
ipOR SALE.— ATTRACTIVE HOME. 9 ROOMS. 2
-T baths: laundry in basement: gas and electric llstht:
hot water heat: trimmed with mahogany, birch »n<l oak:
ear 225 th street. Broad— ay Subway station; 2710-2712
H?ath iv». Bronx, prl— $7..V>0.
New Jersey Real Estate for Sale.
TAfl LOTS ON NEW PENNSYLVANIA TUNNEL
IUU system. *20 to $30 each: easy terms. Write for
maps and full particulars Immediately. REEVES &CO
124 East 23d St.. Manhattan.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
.T7IOR HIGH CLASS APARTMENTS CALL AND SEE
.C F. R. WOOD & CO.. Broadway, cor. 80th st.
HE BELNORD. B WAY. AMSTERDAM ATI, 9«TH
to *Tth St W. H. POISON & CO.. Agents. 627
Columbus aye.. near i.Vh.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS 6 . 0 .',
Female.
COOK.— Scotch Protrstsnt cook: excellent
baker: good all around cook; hotel,
boordlng hou«e. club or institution: best
recommendations. C. Mrs. Collier's Agency.
122 West 23.1 St.
CO<">k. —Swedish woman, first class In all
branches; take fall <-!-arsce of kitchen;
best refeieQi.es; wages, $.V>: ctty or coun
try. Anderson. 34!> East esth st.
COOK By Finnish girl; best references:
city cr ecmtry wares 530 to $45. Weld's
Bureau. 324 Columbus aye. Tel. 7*^4—
Si Irayler
COOK, Ac—Woman to do cooking. wash-
Ing, Ironing, reference. Call at £24 west
18th st. No card*
COOK— Ry young English girl; city or
country; £29 C. Hofmayer's Bureau. 153
West _3d st. Telephone 1864— Chelsea.
COMPANION and NURPE.— To Invalid or
elderly person; good references. 473 Ber
gen st. 'Phone 5183 — Prospect. Brooklyn.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK.— By Finnish
Blrl: be«T referenced Weld's Bureau. 324
Columbus aye Tel. 7*o4 — Sehuyler.
HOI"SEWORK. — By a reflnei woman, with
ten-year-old girl; position in airall fam
ily: best references. Address Bo 102. Ad
vertislns Agency. 11S2 Myrtle aye.
HOUSEWORK.— Competent woman; apart
ment; no children; salary $25 per month:
three yeara city reference. Mary Foley. «7
East 12* th st. In care Hutton. New York.
lIOUSEWORKER.— Protestant: neat, re
fined, eatable young woman: Rood refer
ences; ctty or country. 11 . Mrs. CM War's
Agency, li 2 West 2."a st.
JANITOR. — Colored woman would like one
or two cold water data: IS year*' refer
en. Mrs. Laura Diosie>j. 243 Walabout
st . Brooklyn
LADT'S MAID or ATTENDANT.— TOWS*
refined, nice Norwegian pill; very willing
and obliging; speaks English. French.
Spanish : excellent reference! Osterberg's
j Bureau. 716 Lexlr.cton aye. Tel. 1065 Plaza.
i NimSEv— By a trustworthy Irish Prot
estant; experiencf.l Infant's nurse; take
charge and bring up on bottle; understands
a.l foods: city reference; wages *-"-"> a
• month. 1793 Pedgwlc- tv » . Morris Heights,
care Psjgsan cv Tel. — Tremont.
NURSE.— Reliable Protestant; care for In
valid or elderly lady; willing to sew and
be useful: city reference. M. C. L. 239
East m st.
NURSE — English ProteatJHM nur— »; neat
and reflne«l; can take Infant from birth;
ex.-ellent references: city or country. N..
Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122 West 234 St.
FORECLOSURE SALES.
NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
OF NEW TORK— Robert I. Brown.
Plaintiff, against Joseph Pimsteln. Sarah
Ptmsteln. cortelyou Realty •v.mpanv. Yetta>
1 Stein Minnie Maer. Thomas Smulien.
! Kathertae Smullen. Benlamin Rrotrn. Mary
Hronn. Rose Fitzratrick. Dora NaUienson.
Martin Montano. Concetra Montano. Katy
Byellk. Mary Sohre;der. Francis McOlme*.
Julie McGlmes. Emma Peterson. Mary
i l-eterson. Oscar Peterson and John Fisr.tr.
DefendanU ,
; .-■ In pursuance of a Judgment of "'■■
closure and sn!e. duly made and entered in
the above entitled action nnd bearlnc .t
the ?th day of July. 190». I. the undersl«roe<J.
the R-feree In said Judgment named, wui
.""II at vuclic auction, at the Excftans©
Salesroom. Nos 14 1« easy Street. In the
isorough of Manhattan. City of New York
j on the nth day of August. \W9. at 12
I o'clock noon on that day. by Samuel Marx.
j Auctioneer, the premises directed by said
i Judgi:;*nt to be sold, and therein described
! as follows: '
All that certain lot. piece or parrel cf
■ land, with the building tnerecn erected
situated li'lng and being In the Eleventn
Ward of the City of New York and bound
: ed and described as fallows, to wit: Be
ginning at a point on the southerly «W# or
' Thirteenth Street distant el«;hty-flx '"-'
' four »nd one-half Inches .** ft. 4j-i in.)
rssterly from the corner forme, l by the
intersection of the said southerly side of
Tht-te»nth Stre«t with the easterly was of
Avenue C. and running thence southerly
' 1-arallel with Avenue C and a portion of the
distance through the centre of a party wall
one hundred and three feet and three
inches (108 ft. "5 In ' to the centre line of
the block -■ ■••' Twelfth and Thirteenth
thenc» easterly along said centre
line of the bloc*, twenty-three fret ten " nil
one-hilf inch.s 123 ft. 10^. In), thence
northerly again parallel with Avemie C.
and a portion of th« distance through the
centre if another party wall, one hundred
and tMe* feet and three Inches (100 ft. 3
?„; to the , .• „■■ ■ |« . { Thirteen h
Street- and thence ■— rlv along said
southerly *fie of Thirteenth Street twenty
three reel ten and one-half Inches (23 '■•
„,-. in > to the point o r rl^* of beginning
rM ;,i New Tork. July 13th. 19«».
T P- SULLIVAN. Referee.
BACKBTT CHAPMAN * STEVENS. At
' "tnrnevs for Plaintlf?. 1M Nassau Street
(Tribune Bui ding). New York.
The following Is a diagram of th« prop
e r t- to be. scld: Its street Number is KM
,-,,. 13'h street. Borough of Manhattan.
1 Cttv -■' New York:
The approximate amount of the lien or
charge, to satisfy which the above de
scribed property is to be sold, is Seventeen
thoufand «tsht hundred sixteen and 94-100
Dollars ifl7.6W-*ll with interest thereon
from the second day of .July. IOOJ>. to
gether with costs and allowance amounting
to Four hundred thirty-eight and 26-li>»
Dollars (5425.28). wlta Interest from July
8 1900. together with the expenses of the
Kale The approximate amount r~t taxes.
assengments. wafer rates or other M
which *re to be allowed to the purchaser
out of the purchase money, or r 'l by the
referee, is Four hundred twenfy-»l_ and
85-100 Dollars i$4£6SS). and Interest The
rremlses will be sold subject to tenement
house violations. If any. and to any state
of facts whl.-h an accurate survey would
Dated New York. July l'th. 1009.
T. P. SULLIVAN. Referee.
AUCTION SALE:*.
BT VIRTUE of a chattel mortgage, James
1 Carroll an.l John E. Burgess to Sam
uel Marks, dated January -1. 1909. filed
January 28. IBM will sell to-day. 2 m..
at lintel Taft. Cth aye. and S9th St.. Man
hattan contents of barroom and hotel fur
niture. By order of Charles Jacobs. At
torney for Mortgagee. I. Bernstein. Auc
tloneer.
PUBLIC NOTICES.
CONTRACT~BiwSEALED RIPS will he
received by the Board of Water Supply.
In Room 010. MB Broadway. New York,
until 11 A. M.. on Tuesday. August IT,
lint for CONTRACT M for the construc
tion "of three field ofneo buildings and two
horse-sheds and moving one now shed In
th.- Croton division of the Catskill aque
duct in the towns of Torktown and New
castle Westchester County. New York At
the above place and time the *«is will be
Publ" ly opened and read. Pamphlet, con
taining information for bidders, and
pamphleta of contract drawings can be ob
tained at Room 1510 at the above address
by depositing the sum of five dollars <*3>
for each pamphlet. For further particulars
A° BENBEU pSS«i-t; CHARLES
Jot \T cHADWICK, CHARLES A. SHAW.
CommUsloners of the Board of Water
J WALDO SMITH. Chief Engineer.
THOMAS HASSETT. Secretary. ;
LOST — BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK Nx R33.BW* of the Union Dime
Savings Bank is missing. Any person
laving a claim to it Is hereby railed upon
to present the same within ten days or
subir.lt to having said passbook cancelled
ami a new one Issued.
BANKBOOK No. 490.311 of the Union Dime
Savings Bank is missing. Any person
having a claim to It Is hereby called uron
to present the same within ten days or
submit to having said passbook cancelled
and a new one Iwrued.
"LOST.— Bankbook No. 036.072. Bank for
Savings. 2SO 4th aye.. New York. Pay
ment stopped. Please return book to bank.
LOST OR* STOLEN. — Bankbook No. 21H.552
of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank.
Payment stopped. Please return book to
bank. No. 01 Chambers it
Country Property for Sale.
CAIRO. N. Y.
An old established N-ardir.g hot:" capacitj- 123: 24 merssj
of land, sanitary plumbing:; electricity. A fortune to tbs> '
right kind nt a party. Attractive terms-
FERGUSON «£ VAN NAME, *
34 FIXE ST.. >. T.
OSSIXING. — FOR SALE.— FOCR ACRES. WITH
house: an ideal suburban home. THUS. LEART.
Cs.-lr.lng. N. Y.
Westchester Real Estate for Sale.
NEW CHESTER HELL HOCSE.
» rooms. 2 baths, billiard room: h>->t water fce3t; elec
tricity; oak trim: $3,000 cash required; balance «■
mortgage. - . -
COPLEY & WE3T. Inc. Mount Vr-o-. V. T.
To Let for Business Purposes.
TO RE>T_A LARGE. LIGHT OFFICE. OX THO
first floor, in tie Hebrew Fre« LasH Building: NX*
Id Ay» ; five wineVws. bis; skylight: suitable for pho
tographer, architect, dentist, lawyer, dressmaker, real
estate, etc.
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1364 Broadway, between S«'h st. aid 37th st.. an*» •
c'cl^rk p. m. Adverfl.'»eTn-nt3 r?ceive^ at the foilo-nnj
branch offices at regular •"-.■. rat»s until * o'clork p. m..
viz : »4 SH, ■«•.. a. « cor. 23<1 «t. : 15.1 6th aye.. c<Jr.
12th St.; 104 East 14th st. : 37 West 433 St.
STEAMBOATS. !
l__ilU/^O) U lj^y\] NEW ENGLAND
LONG ISLAND SOUND ROUTES
FALL RIVER LIKE v la Newport and
Fall River. _v. Pier 19. X. R.. ft. Warren
&*■.?*£?■ 5:30 P. M. Blra COMMON
j "cALTH ana PRISCILLA. Orchestra on
[ PROVIDEXCE LINE Via Providence.
| Leave Pier IS. N. R.. ft. HHurrya y St.. week
«2X"_ 55 T n i?'..?J O<) P M - Str " PROVIDENCE
axd PLTMOL-TH. Orchestra, on each.
P. OR .i V l? H LIKE Vla Stonington. Lt.
IS oo'o 0 ' 3- R - ft - Clarlcson St.. week days.
an 3 d o^TV M o| t L ! '.-,U^fr ER W CHAPIN
$5* , BEDFORD LINE For New
Bedford Woods Hole. Martha's Vineyard.
>ar>tucket. Hattapoisett. Marlon and capo
f« °i "T 1 "'- Learj ,'ler *j. North River.
£2 ?. farf ark *' ' * week day. only, at
HA°MPSHIhE SteamerS *?*? and NEW
NEjA'HAVEX LIKE P* N > w Haven.
{>, 2," 1 -- Sprinrfleld and North. Leave
£i R - w « ek d *>* ~« ? M.; Sun-
A*ll %¥! £" M : foot ESM 22d St -.r week
w"HIRD pp E 2c2 ck SUnday 10:00 *" 3tr '
r!f ket • ute ': r ""' m » and Information at
City Ticket O«-». in Broadway, near
Cortlandt St. Telephone 5121 Cortlandt.
■ V 5V 5 *, ™' V - Transfer and Tourist Offices i
end at Piers.
mmm] R3V£Lt DAT UK
MART rowEf.L " of the Hudson River .
Day Line, fa * » t and finest river boats in
_- v ';, R *«J,P;wn. Ait. Read Up. !
AM Ail 'p M Dally. exSnnIA.MP.MP.M
__?■■-••' t In'klyn An.l t ! M 0!
S^, 9*o; I« Desbr-^ 5t111.45 «.00|
»22 Ift 00 -™ West 42.J St|ll.2O| 5.301 «■« i
».S0 10 2O 2 20 West 12» ?;;11.0O| 5.10' «.10
; 04.^1050! 1. Yonkers .... 4.30 7.88
I 11.C0, 100 3.00 Went P)ir' ; 8.38 2-50 B.«
',',•,. ] ' Asa - Cornwall .1 *.151 I*s ■»
12 23 1.45 5.«! Newburgh I fl.OOi 2.13t 5.06
' • " IS New Hamt>-gi 7 3" I
-•■■•I « .(O . Milton ..I 7 IS
, LIB 2.aß|&« Po'keepsie T.OO 1.20 4.10
*■>«!• ••■ ...'Kingston Ft .. 112.23 ....
■•■••' 7 4.'. Kingston .1 «.00l |
J2R I 1., ratsklll ... I11.0O!
5J 01 1 Hudson 110.401
*' '" ■ ' .. Albany I 8.30!
P.MJ^.M'P.MI a M M P M
Connecting at Comwatl with O. A- W. By.
Special trains to rat..<!i: aft resorts and
Mratog*. and ««sy ceaneetkrna to a: points
EE * 3t - North, and West. Through tlckflts
«nd baggage checked at SB* •« of N. Y.
Transfer • -- Ttrougr rail tickets between
N. T. sad A!hR-y accepted. Most dellght
-ul one- half and e-e^-day mitinin to West
Point. Newbcrgh. or Poughkeepele. return
ing on any down IVy boat. Meals served
at all hoi:r* MVFIC
STR. MARY ?:^BLL _££* mM
Perfect Afternoon Cuting. Leave D»s
brosses St. 1:43 P. M.. connecting a; West
Point with
Str. ALBAN7^^ r
DfIGUGB^GDGa KOW[ED3
R3DQQOTT ILDKiiES
UP THE HUDSON BY SEARCHLIGHT.
FEOPLES LINE TO ALBANY
Steamers C. W. Morse or Adirondack
leave New York, week days and Sundays,
i Pier OS. N. R.. foot Canal St., at • p. a..
j West llSt_ St. at •>:■■>■> m.
CITIZENS 'LINE TO TROT
M»<-;:'.""! n«w st«am«rs Trojan or
Benssiila»r leave New York, week days and
Pundaya. Ptsr 4«. N. R-. foot West lOtb
St., at « p. m., and Yonkers. 7 r. _
I Splendid sccommodations. Best service.
Direct connection at A;:an«r or Troy with
trains for points North. Cur or West.
Tickets and staterooms secured at piers
: and principal ticket offices In Greater N. Y.
Horses, carriages and automobiles carried
at reasonable rates Express Freight Sei
vlce.» QaMI Deliver—.
' — ,—,, — ,
T ITT) /TTK^TP^fTi r\fl -All-the—
°I CD lUJ v iyJiKJ Houte. y jr«*rol
i — L'iT'irio'n Ex- j
press Turbln*. !
STEEL Off Q -I rp a nj] t/ 1 -"' 7
steam- \y /a\ i \> s H t\ M v w\ P< ifH ;
SHIPS. 11 " uJ=!i3 D iniinlU_\y/rulrjP j
_cave Pier 4.V N. R.. near ft. Christopher I
St.. New York. Week Days an Sundays 3 I
P. M.. doe Boston 8 A. M. next day. Same !
fcchodule returning. Stateroom? and through i
tickets to all points East at Pier and prin- I
cipal Tourist and N. T. Transfer Co. offlc»s I
' In Greater N. Y. Folders si all Hotels and j
*Sicket Offices or address Metropolitan Line. >
Her 45. N. X . New York.
For XEWBLKGH. r'">'KEETSIE 4 KING
STON. From Pier 24 N. R.. ft. Franklin ,
6t. WEEK DATS (except Saturday). 4 P. M.
SATURDAYS 1 P. M. West 119 th St.. '
l:3f> P. M.
For WEST POINT. NEWBUROH and ■
Intermediate landings. WEEK DAYS »ex- j
c?pt Saturday), i P. M
SATURDAYS. 3 P. M. West 130 th.
S:SO P. at,
aUnUa)S J» 30 « M . West 12»th st.
Block Island, Orient, Grcenport, j
Shelter Island & Sag Harbor
i Str "Shinneeock" leaves N. T. Pier ■
E. R . Tucs. St Tnurs.. 5:50 P. M.: Sat*.
1:00 P. M. Str. "Montauk" Mon.. Wed. %
Frl. for Sag Harbor and intermediate land
ings. 3:30 P. M. Runs through to Block
Island on Frl.
/ATT fK fl (LfL EVENIN ' r « T - TNE - ,
(IrjiW U «'LN\Ul_j_3F Or Oatsk!llMoiin-
tains, all points. Hudson. CnuusKWts
Leave. week days. ft. Christopher >■ •
P M : ft. W. 12H?i St.. 7P. M Ala Sat.
"Spsetal "IPM ft. Christopher St .
1:20 P. M . ft W. 129 th St. Summer re
sort directory free. Address Pier 43. N. ■
SANDY HOOK ROUTE for North Jersey
Coast R»*orte— Lv New York. Pier *1.
N R-. ft. W. 42d St.. and Pier 10. N. R..
:t Cedar St.. Daily and Sunday. New York I
to Atlantic Highlands. Round Trip. $1.00. |
KAJI-HOAim.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
MOTAL BLUE LINE TRAINS.
••Every Other Hour on the Even Hour."
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON, j
DIRECT CONNECTION IN NKW UNION
6TATION. WASHINGTON. WITH
ALL LINES SOUTH.
Leave Ne» York Dally. 23.1 St. Lib y St. I
Washington. Sleepers 11.30pm I.3oam'
Wakhington. Ctner. Parl«r 7.50 am !«.00 am
Washington. Diner. Parlor 8.50 am lOHOam
Washington. Diner, Parlor. 11. 50 12.P0 n n
Washington. Parlor .. 180 pm 2.» X» cm
Parlor Car. New York to Richmond. Va. t
•'Royal Ltd.." Parlor B.s<> cm 4.00 ;m
Washington. Diner. Parlor 3.50 pm 600 pm I
Washington. Buffet. Parlor 6.50 pm 7.00 pm :
Through Daily Trains to the West.
Chicago, Pittsburgh ....... 7.50 am ■? "0 am
Chicago. Cclumbus 11. SO am 12.00 n'n !
Plttsburg. Cleveland 3 ."-) pm 4.00 pm i
•■Pltwbcrir" Llml'e.l" «.50 pm 7.00 pm !
(Tin . St. L. Louisville. ..11.50 pm 1..".0 am
Tin . St. L.. Louisville... 9..Warn 10.00 am
On. St. L.. Louisville... 5 .V> ; m «.0o pm
Offices. 245. 434. 1300 Broadway. 6 Astor
House. 225 Fifth Aye.. N. V : 65 Aye. B.
77 Ridge St.; 343 Fulton St.. Brooklyn;
W-'St 23-1 St. and Liberty St. \
After A P. M. S>eplnc Car reservations
and full Information regarding trains, etc.
ran be Obtained at Bureau of Information.
B. & O. R. R-. 23d St. Terminal. 'PLcnt
No.. Chelsea 6SSO.
Ek BSaiiukdiad
Important Change
in Ferry Service
Between Cham- '
bers St. and Jersey
City will be in effect
WDiIW, AH. 2, Hi ID
DKESSMAKINO AND MrLLIXEBT.
DRESSMAKER-— French: in private house; •
good fitter. 104 West 53d St., second
floor, east side. j
FIRST CLAFS French dressmaking; even
ins. hall, street, wedding dresses: latest
novelties: remodelling. 625 _*_lsgton are.. ■
b__x 64th it.
*?
OCEAN gTEA3tEI{3w
From riers 31-82-36, North Hirer. *
QLEENSTOWN— LT. ERPCOL—
LONDON— PARIS.
Camilla. July 31,10am iCarmanja.Aagl4.10ara
M'retanla.Au«4.loaraiLusitania.Aus.l3.lCara,
Carrp 1 ia. Aas. 11.10 am | Ma' tacia-Aus- 2S.inam
rianretailia } Largest and Fastest
_ , I. Eteam3hlp»"afloat— eail
LasK23l2 J -nrEDNSSDATS.
1 Tbes» luxuricua steasisst?*
f*4T*^ttfo cc 0"'0 "' ° n tn « Ltrerpoot
y^iOUa service, galling
■ SATURDAYS—
Carmani* vrux cruise toe.^yp^
CarII1SI11 » JAN. 8. 22. FEB. MW
1 MCH. 5.
HCXGARUS AMERICAN SERVICE.
TO FIUME. VIA . .•!
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. TRIESTE.
Fannonla. Aug. 13. noon ;Oct- 7 ;Cannanla. Nov.
•Carpa thla. S«mn'n ;0ct.21 ,Caronl».N3v.2Xf
•Also calls at Genoa.
Travellers' checks issued — Goal e-ery-where, f
THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO.. LTOI.
-1-24 State St., opposite th« Battery. .
InIA^BDBCI-ABiIiEISIJBAIS
Ail Modern Safety Devices) (Wireless. Sub*'
marine, etc.).
— — Hamburg. I
KAISSRIN AUG. VICTORIA *££ '
LEAVING N-. T. a; .-,. 7. 10 A. M.
T sjsaqrlled Rltz-<Xrltoa a la, Carte Restau
rant. Gymnasium. Electric Baths. Elevator. !
•Cleveland. July3l,Bam.«P. Lincoln.. IS
•P. Grant. Aug. 4.1 pm .' "iinctnnatl. ..Aug. 21
tKalssrtßA.V 7.10 am! Bluecher. .Aug. 25
Pennsylvania. Au«;.ll.3pm!+Amerlka.Au?. 2S
t - Carl ton a la. Carte Restaurant. "New. •
'IT A 'I "*/ VIA GIBRALTAR. NA-
I I /"VL. II PLE3 AND GENOA.
ii a *r±x*i v •calls Axorea.
8.8 HAMRrRO.*Awt 14. 3 p. m. : Sept. 3I»
S3. MOLTKE Sept 9. 1 p. m.; Oct. 2*
ORIENT "1 CRUISES
SOUTH AMERICA - NEXT '
"WEST INDIES i WINTER
TRAVELERS* CHECKS ISSUED.
Tourist Dept. for Trtas Ererywhera. .
H.UIEURG-AMEP.K-AS LINE. 45 Broad
way. N. T.
Large. Fast and Luxurious Twln-scre«w
Express *nri Pasaer.^er Staamahips. . . '
Equipped with Wireless A submarine Slxnaes]
I PLYMOUTH— CHEREOURG— HRE3IEN. !
Express Sailings Tuesdays at '0 A 31. !
Kr'prin* Wtn.Aug. 3; P. F. WiTh-.-Aas;. TT\
I Cecllle All 10 ;K. Wm. D Q.Au*. 24
I PLYJIOL'TH— . — BREMEN- .
I Twin-ScTfrw Sailings Thursday at 10 A. if-
Kurfurst July 20 Bremen Atis;. '->
Washington. .-Aug. 5|F. D. Gins— 23
GEORGE WASHINGTON— SaiIs Anz- »— >
27.<»>© tons. Newest and Largest --T3ai»'
Ship afloat. Every laaovation known to ti»«
shipbuilder's art.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
Mediterranean Sailings Saturday it 11 A. m.
Beriin *new>.Ang. 14 ■K. Albert Sept. It:
P. Irene Au«. 2S, Berlin (new).. Sept. 23-
Independent .Around the World Tours.
Travellers' checks good ail over the worid.
Apply OELRH-KS & CO.. Genera! Agents.
5 BROADWAY. NHT7.' YORK.
AMERICAN LINE *—&?£]£ R "
PLYMOUTH— CHERIT G—SOUTKAMJTO?«G — SOUTKAMJTO?«
PhJladelphia. .Aug. 7 New Tork AQg. 21
St. Paul..... Aug. 14 St. '.. Ills Aug. 23
j RED STAR LINE *£"£%s£; n -
NEW YORK~rH">VER— ANTWERP.
Zeetand July 31: Lap]an.lin»w>.Auc. Ii
! Kroonianci Aus. 7JVa.ler!anii Alls. 21
i WHITE STAR USZ S°?
NEW YORK— <3U*NSTOWX — LrvERPOOt.
CeltlcJuly 01. »UJoara ( Baitic.Au*. I*. 9uJoa;a
Cednc.Aug. 7, 10 am: .Arabia. Aug 21. 10 an»
1 PLTMOCTH—CHERB-G— SOUTHAMPTON
i Oc*anic.Au«4.9:::f«iin I Adriatic. AuglS.9:3oain
T'flc..Aug.ll.Bu"i»m| MAj'tic.Au?.2s.s>:3Oan»
NEW IOKK AND BOSTON TO ITALY.
Via Azores and Gibraltar.
Cretic. . Aug. 4. noon' Romanic. Spt. ls.ll ars
PASSENGER OFFICE. » BROADWAY.
J>ED '-D" LINE.
FOR SAN JUAN" P. it., LA acAi»si
PTO. CAFELLO. CURACAO AND
MARA' A I BO VIA CURACAO.
5 S. PHILADELPHIA.. Sat.. July 31. noon
S S. CARACAS „ Sat.. Au=r. 14. nocn
FOR LA GI'ATB CURACAO AND
MAR_\CAIBO.
i.- MAR V AJ .<at.. Aug 7. noon
s3. Zl T %...... Sat.. Aug. 21. nooa
F'.-t 11. adjoining Wall St. Ferry. Brooklyn.
These Steamers Hay«» Superior Accomiao-*
dations for Passengers.
FOULTON. BLIsSi & DALLETT.
General Managers. 82 Wall St.
Pi nlO "^ fs)?fri yii j^V'lh/ > il Mw
-"- ''ZSAVJNG JANUARY 20, )3»Q , j
to W<»d«»ra^pai'», cd i t«r a ran ,Or»ent
Casting crl/f4ooand'-it)far 734.W*]
AdA-essC-uiKDep? Wr»it«stort'»t..'<tWse»si3 I
:7A: 7A SCOTIA
T-TfBC Special tosri, I ,
iOUr.d xVG 2. 18 and 22.
___^ [ relightfal Itiaers
ries. All expense*
Included. $42.00 «?. Independent
I Tours and Tickets by all Lines.
?en<l fc>r details ta Marsters Tours,
I 31 W. aXh St.. N. Y_ __^
CLARK'S CRUISES
ARGUED TEE WORLD
By 8. S. Cleveland. IS.OOO tons, brand B-».
Oct 16 00. from N. V . and Feb. 3. I*.
trom 'Frisco. *<yi© and up
12th Annual Orient Crets*. Feb. 3. SO.
Sim n r> by Lloyd 5. S. -Grosser Kur
fuerst. "'73 days, including Z\ days Egypt
and Palestine.
FRANK C. CLARK. Times Building, Sa— (
York. _,
AGSdSOQdDQB O_QS9[E 3
GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
CaltTotn!-i.July3l.»artreFuTn»9siaA'Jg. 14.n00a
Columbia. A'ig 7.n00n \ CaledonU. AugiLllam
FIRST CABIN. JH7..W TO 5125.
SECOND CABIN. $12.30 TO $30.
THIRD CLASS. $27 W> AND $23.73.
Apply for New Illustrated Book of Toura.
HE.NDERSON BROTHERS. '.9 Broadway
|U|ailin_HMEfflGA USE
U(j Twin-Screw Passenger Service. __i
Sew York — Rotterdam via Boulfign*.
Noordam.Auc 3, Samihynil.un Aug. 17
Rot'*iam. Aug. lO.lOam'iN. Amsterdam. Aus;. 24
Ho'.;an<l-Amer:ca I.lr^. ?!> C'way. N. T.
CARPET CtEAXIXO.
Telephones 1331 and IS4l— 3Sta.
CH.BiROWNCo.
Carpet ft Rug
CLEANSING
P-jst and Dirt Bln-vn Out. Not 0 ■■ -<"«•*
fare Only but Throughout the Fa^n<•.
S3 years' eipsri«nc« In Fla« Carpets — Ru«9
209 & 211 E. 3TTH ST.
Renovating. Scouring. Taking t'p. Alter
ing. Relaying. Packing and Storage.
J. &- *L H, '.ifSLUAMS.
>■■ W. i4TiHI ST. _5_A
CAKPtrr CLEANINO- Eatabtls&»l 1573.
NT¥.CAR?ST CLEANING WORKS
Oldest. i- ,•••■• ■•-••■■ ■■
457 AND 43» WEST 45TH ST.
Tel smbC— l«» 3— Eryant. EstabiUhed 1881.
1 W.R. JORDAN. EDWIN LENTZ.
CAREFTJL CARPET CLEANING CO.—
Cleans by compressed air. steam, band or
on floor. i.V.4 Broadway. 421 East 4Sta at.
COE A BnAXDT. Tel. 132— SSxh.
TYPKWKITINr. AXP rjfPEWBXTERA
VICTOR VISIBLE. 79 Nassau St.: cata
logue free: all makes taken part pay
ment: bargains in Underwoods. iws»ln«toii^
Olivers. Smiths. -• ■ ■■■■
FOiMIJ.
OBJECTS OF art AND I }2^-~
v.n.tt.r- fsmfrV Ju»t arrived d««ires to
rerr rare eolne and ctMr sas-ws
jla, so Lace* s*»

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