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CENTRAL'S PLANS
Electrifying Harlem Division
t in White Plains.
Commuters living this eide of North
VMM Plains on th«» Harlem dl\"lslon of
th«; YUm York Central will he glad of the
nnnouncement that early in 1910 electric
<»niftnes will be in use to that point, and
»he delay at-WaVefield now made n«ce*
'ary, by the change from e!'<-trioity to
fleam will be entirely done away with.
Electric trains are now running to Mount
\>rnon. on the Harlem, a.nd to Yonkers,
•■n the Hudson division. Two new sub
nations for the Harlem division'are being
i-uilt at Tuckahoe and White Plains, so
that the ll.Ow-rolt alternating current gen
*r»»te<i at the Port Morris power house can
bf transformed to the ««-volt direct cur
;*nt used on the third rail. In order to
I »ndl# the high power current six curcuit
breaker houtes have been built, from which
th«- tlectrteity is fed to the line.
Two new tub-etations will also be built
fcr the Hudson division, but this will not
necessitate the enlargement of the power
houses at Port Morris or Yonkers. as either
has sufficient capacity to operate both di
viFions. even when the system Is used to
rim— and North White Plains. The elec
tric equipment shops at Harmon and White
Plains are being completed.
On dM Harlem division a great deal of
rradmg is reing done. Crossings have
been eliminated at Hlghbrtdge. Morris
Heights end University Heights and new
etations built at these points. At Mount
\>rnop. a new location of the tracks has
«-»ned for a new station, and at Tuckahoe
loimts^ the tracks seven feet and raising
tr,* ■.r«!i> and nearby buildings are now
under way. Main street is carried over the
tracks. The grade crossings at White
Plains are being eliminated. Attention has
tin been paid to the Hudson division. At
Tcnkers grade crossings are being "cut
out." as the railroad men fay. The tracks
--ill be raised and a new station built next
year. Similar grade work at Ludlow and
«t Hastings, where there will be new
►rations, will be undertaken at that time.
A highway bridge at Dobbs Ferry, a new
'tone passenger station at Philipse Manor
*nd •: new station at Oss:ning are under
construction, or soon will be.
Four tracks are being laid between Wood
i*vn and Wakefield, on the Harlem di
vision, and between Mott Haven and Hast
ings, on the Hudson division, and the ex
♦trfion of four tracks through Oeslning is
teinr pushed.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MTVIATVRE AL>IAKAC.
HIGH WATER.
AM. .M.
c, r^- Hcok 12:25 12 40
C^rtrnnr"! Islani »2i2 J T.'i2
Hell Ciate 2=3 -
WIRELESS REPORTS.
Th« Martha WasMng*«i. reportKl as mll*«
*a« Of ?an<sr Hock ai 7 a m yeUerday. is ex
pf.-ied to rt*k Monday foren>;n.
Th» Z»»land. r*portei hs 7:.3 mil's eavt of
;"hr..iy Htxk at 11 2] am yesterday. Js expectea
to iick Mer.'lav forenoon.
The Kaiff'r Wilhf'.m 11, reported as 1.C.0 miles
«a« of Sandy Hook at 6:90 P m jesteroay. Is
jvwud to dock Tues'iay fortnoon.
Th* ryirric. rer-ortcd as KM mil"* east <*
Bandy u"«x.k at neon yesterday. Is expected to
dock Monduv forenoon.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
-,>F«fl rrora. I-'.re.
•Thrsris Barbados. Dec 10. .Lamp & II
Tlrilni..V.V......N»rlf«. Dee 4 Uoyd-Ital
I-TortSi .■..'.:... - . -Havr. I~c - French
'• ■■ French
I>inn»mare Palermo. Deo 3.... ;—; —
Jutta ijickerbarfL Porto Rico. D«c 12 ...Insular
Uansantlfa Gi.lve?ton. Dec 11 Ward
l.fl«Ril i Abruzzl...N»p;^. Dec S ItaJlan
V el li-len.onte P«l»rm«. T*i « ...Italian
ML'i'.lc-r.bach New Orleans. Dec 12...1n5-uJar
• a!»brla Leghorn. Die S Anchor
totras*. .. . Algiers Dec<.... ■
>i.-llt».i Prince Rotterdam, Dec * „"„'""
M» mo Key West. Dee 1* Mal'.ory
i-ltv of Savannah. .?av«nnah. D*<- W ..?avannafc
«■■ ■r.snch* Jacksonville. Dec lt> ... .Cly.^s
«ip^li« Ururißwick. Dec 15 . .Dee
MONDAY. DBCEMBEH 20.
•X \ rta Haini i.- Dec 11 . . .Hamb-Am
•Sa'snaca Trir.irtart. IVc 13 D W I
*«'aro!ir.H San Juan. Dec 11.. X T & >' «
•rierr.rjdian Hermuia. Dec 1« Quebec
•Maiacaibo 1a Guayra. Dec 13 Red D
•'Jr-cian J>ince..r*rt'adoK. Dec 12 Prince
"B>top. Rarbados. Dtc 1 4 ... -■■ ft H
7.**-'nvA xntr. !"•? 11 l *4 t;tar
T-rini A'laH>ert Hamburg. Dec 9 Hamb-Am
Ms-iha Wash'ton.Palermo, D«c - Auetrlnn
jUitcn Br'n;»r. Dec " X G Lloyd
\-fv.'.r.a. Naples. I <■■• f> Fal,re
. Wc'.li- City Swansea. I>*c T> lirlftol
■ St \r^rew Atitw. Dec 7 Phoenix
V ••oinus . K«w • Tl«ari«. Dec 15. .^o Vac
|r] j;na <Jalv«-ton. Dec 14 Bo Pac
r J lJuck«Tibach..X'-w Vrrl^ar.s. Dec 14.. .Insular
<Tmrtc Liverpool. Dec «... White *tar
« TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21.
Ilatntmff Naples. Dec '• ...Hamb-Ara
K '^•i!he!m II Bremen. Dec 14 N <1 Uoytf
rrinz.ss Irene Nar>.»!>. D«-c 0 _.X >, Llov-1
rrometr.eua Rotterdam. Dec 7 . ...
Advance Cristobal. Deo 14 Panama
- American . Puerto Mexico. Dec 14.Am-Ha
Husin Tampk-o, l>ec 14 Ward
Apache..-. Jacksonville. Dec 18... Clyde
Fan Marcos. Oalv«ton. "'-■ 15 Mallory
H&vana Havana. Dec I s . Ward
>a«xKbee. fiswannsb. Dec IS . .Savanna!:
•Bringn mail.
.' OUTGOING STEAMERS.
*" • iIOXDAT.
• Mall Veswrt
Vessel For. Line- dose*. call:
•"Vrr^rarae, Demerara. UWI. 11 :00 am 1:00 pm
Vohaire Sanu-s. Lamp & H. 12 '«■ m :s:COpm
Monroe. Norfolk, Old I><-m . — - . i:"0 p 'ii
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21.
• Oareme, Para, Booth 12:00 in S:'iOpra
ftoion. Cristobal. Panama 11:30 am .":<X»pra
Kouthfteld. ilonte\ideo. llout.l2:O>m ::**> p m
Xoordam. Fittlcrdaji:. H-A.. - — - ti:«»iam
■ C of Savannah, fcavan'h. Fay. 2:00 p m
Mohawk. Jacksonville, Clyde .'i.tw i> m
•WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER $t
Jlanretaiila. Llverpooi. Pun.. 6:3oara 10:00 am
Oceanic. Southampton, \V .5..10:3f)a m 2:<X» p m
• Orotava. Bermuda. R M ? P. S>:ooam 11:00 am
Bermudian. Bermuda. Quebec b:o>> a ci 10:00 am
•»-,. K. Para. Brazilian 12:00 m 3:00 pro
Finland. .Antwerp. Red Star.. 30;00am
' I^ura. Nsr>)*€. Austrian
. Ootaslc. Naples. Italian . . —
Antlila. ilaxzanlllo. Ward... 12:00 m
•ran ■«'-lntr. Galvestcn. Mai.. — 12:00 1
inch*, Jacitcon\ !i!e. Clyde — 1 :00 p m
Alamo. Tampa, Maliory — — 12:00 m
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Close in N. T.
De«flratioT<. and eteamer. P.M.
TcJUU. Marquesas and Cook Islands.
New Zealand an«l ppeciaHy ad
dressed mail icr Australia via San
Frsadsco— Mar!;' Dee 2?, 6:30
Hawaii. Japan. Curea. China and
Philippine Islands, via San Fran
cisco — Tenyo Mar. Dec 23. «:30
.'a;*ji. Corta arid <~"hina (ep«cially
ad<Jre«sed only), vl* Taeorna — Bel
lerophon . Dec '" « :?0
Fiji Islands. New Zealand and Aus
x traUa (except vV'eet>, via Vancouver
and Victoria. B C— Aorar.^i Dee 2«, 6:SO
Hawaii, via Bun rraacisco — • a
meda. — ■ '•' 27, 6:30
Hawaii. Guam ana Philippine Ul
and«, via tan Francisco — U S
trsji»port Dec 31, 6^o
Hawaii. Japan. Oor»-a, < *>>ir.i and
I-fcilipr'^e l«Jandf-, via San Fran
ri«co — Korea Jan 2,6.30
.«4iin Corea. China and Philippine
Ikiaods. via Vancouver and Vic
toria, n C — Empress of India Jan 7. 6:30
fv&Sjcai) Islands. New V.- alar, I and
Australia texcepi lVc«tj, via San
Fracclsco— Katanp Jan P, « : .vi
Japan. ''c r «a and OilTia. via K<att'»
— £!;lca.iio V.aru '„1 13, 6. "5"
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Saturday, Decem
ber 18, 1909.
ARRIVKI>.
Pteatrer PhJladclj-hla. Southampton and Cher-
U-uijT Deoujnb^r 11. to the American Line, uiin
151 cabin md 50"< ttt^rase pa&sTigers.. mails
and ir.dbe. Arrived at lie Uar at 10:10 a m
Steairer Minneapolis (Br), London iw*^«aater
'■'. to tbe AUar.tl? Transport Lin*-, with 54 pat
«<^iaTer» and mdfce. Arrived at the liar at 11
.H in.
• Steamer Julia Luckenbach. Pone* D^ember 3
Arrojo 7 Humacoa 8 and Mayague* 11 to the
Jmultr Cine. with irArt. Arrived at the Bar
at mJdnlrbt. 17th
Steamer Ld*orji«.T. Port Arthur December 9 and
Jacksonville — . to the J M Cuffey Petroleum Co ;
with oil. Anchored outside the Ear a' *:V) p m'
Eteanier Zieten «Gtr>. Urerr^-n l>c«,ivr J7
SI cabin and 1.472 <i*e«rage passt-zitera and
m£s«. Arrived at tr.e Bar at v2O p in.-
SAILED.
nwra Saratoga. Havana; California iT:r,
OSattrow; lAirtetae (Br). Rotterdam . Ban Juan
Yon?*?, #tc. Naiielltan Prince (Br). Hamburg.
Eanta Fe (Ger). Jacksonville; Print August
M'Uhelm (Ger). Klnrston: Areibertoc (Br), Port
• "ajid. 6«mlnole. Monte Crliitl and Porto Plata.
Alice (Br). Baltimore; Hjrjwria (Br). Wllmine
»«n. N C: Celtic (Br). t/lverv<ool-vla Queenetown;
Hulcarla CGtr). Hamburg; N*<kar (Ger). Bremen;
If »*ata (l4r ( London.
fc*r.<:y Hook. :• J. Dec IS. 0.30 B m—Yi'iuZ i
«r«at, IrteS. Uo; moden-ts tea. <
Lord & Taylor .
Millinery Department
Monday and Tuesday
December ?oth and 21st
Lynx and
White Fox Hats
$6.00
Exceptional Value
Men s Furnishings
Christmas Gift Suggestions
House Coats Gloves
Double-faced Cloth Llned or Unlincd,
<*„ ~ at-/- ~~ e~ -^ Reynier, Fownes'
$5.00, 56.00, $7.50 and Dents.
Extra Fine Utllitied Gloves
Double- faced Coats „ . „
ill , Si. 50 to 53.50
well tailored J ° J
$8.00, $10.50, $12.001 2.00 u m( i Gloves
Velvet Tuxedo Coats $ i.50i .50 to $7. 50
Si 3 7 5 $1 500 English Knitted
Blanket Robes Motor Scarfs
Jacquard Figures; $1.50 to $8.50
a large assortment of colors o*r# %m m
and designs English bilk Mufflers
$4.50, $5.00, $6.00 Colored and White
£4.30, >D.OO
Si. 50 to $7.50
Wool Blanket Robes , r , , r 7
all colors, Jacquard Figures Meit S Neckwear
7 50, $8.50, $9.75 o{ /r import^
*»/ -ij »*> j>-^/;> and domestic silks
Satin Bound ! SOC. to $3.50
Blanket Robes Linen Hand kerchiefs
California Wool . plain or initialed
*975 25c. to Si. 00 each
English Wool Library Worsted Auto Coats
or Dressing Gowns and Vests
S/.50 to 525.00 $5.50 to Si 2.00
Japanese Dressing $ 1 o. 50 & $ 1 5.00
Japanese Coats, 56.00
/)/r Department
Sale of Fur Coats
Monday, December 20th
Caracul Coats
50-inch length— Special Price
$65.00
Black Pony Coats
45 and 50-inch lengths— Special Price
fSS-oo
Also Special Prices on
Fur Muffs and Scarfs
Ermine. White and Pointed Fox,
Mink and Alaska Sable.
Broadway & 20th St.; sth Aye.; 19th St
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN -PORTS.
ARIUVED.
Dover. Dec IS. 3:43 p m— Kroon'.an.l il>l«\
New York for Antwerp (and proceeded).
Naples. Dec I*. .'• p in— Saxonla. (Br>. New York
via Gibraltar.
rira-us. D«c in- Patrls (Or). New York.
Genoa, Dec 15— Lai to (Ital). New York and
Boston via Ponta TVlgada and Naples.
Naples. Dec 15— Oceania (Auat). New York;
Roma, (Fr). New York
Kob'. Dec 15— Vandalla (Gert, New York via
Rubdnr. Singapore, ate. ,
Manchester, Dec 17— C* nova <Br). New York.
Lelth. Dec 17— Gloriana (lirt. New York via
Portland. Me.
Antwerp. Dec 17— Trltonla 'Bri. New York.
Rotterdam. Dec 17 — Cranium (fir). New York.
K'iai?hal. Deo 18 — Keunebec <nr). New York
via Oran. Alfi»rs. SSan.l *n'. eti*.
Gibraltar. Dec !•; — Jndrosamha <Rr), Manila,
etc. for fsoston and New York.
Havre. Dec 18. 0 a. ju~L* UreUfae \.k'n. New
__ york. , . >-- ■:--;- rr.-r
SUNDAY. : JftttJ^JCrtfe. WC^W^JL\ DECEMBER 19. 1909.
BAILED.
Bermuda, Dec IS, 11:15 a m— BermuiJlan ißr),
New York.
Naples, Dec lrt— Madonna iKr), New York.
Havre. Dec IS, 1 p m— L*. Touralne (Fr>. New
York «
London. Dec 18— Are« Castle cßr». New York,
ltuelva. Dec 15 — Inca (Br). New York. '
Chrlstlanlii. Dec I.V Texas iDan). New York.
Barrow. Dec 17 — Delaware (Hr). New York.
Barbados, Dec 17 — Crispin (Br). from Para for
New York.
Sarunto. Dec 17— Clan Maepherson (Br). from
Casllart. Catania, etc. for New York.
Antwerp, D«c 18. « a m— Vaderlana (Belt), New
York via Dover.
: »( '?. PASSED.
Fastnet. Dec IS— Bristol City (Br), New York
for Bristol.
Butt* of I<ewts. Dec IS— Helllff Olav (Dan), New
York for Ohrlstlansand and Copenhagen.
Brow Head. I><.- IS— Au.trika. (tier). New York
_ tor fl.mouih. CMrtourg and Hamburg.
|| Stem . Brothers '■■■
To-morrow, Special Inducements in
' Real Lace Neckwear = '
Very Desirable for Holiday Gifts
Batiste and Real Irish Lace Jabots, at 85c $1.25, 1.50
Values $1.25 to 2.25
Real Duchesse Lace Rabats.. at *3- 50 ' 1.85
Values 52.25 to 2.95
Irish Crochet Linen Collars. Value $1.25. ■! 68c
Real Baby and Heaw Irish a, *3.25, . rft 5.50
Lace Circular Collars', at 13.25, 4.50, 5.50
Values $4.50 to 6.95
Real Baby and Heavy _ __
Irish Crochet Lace Yokes, ! at $7.50.' 8.95, 9.75
Values $9.25 to 11.75
Also a collection of
Beaded Chiffon Scarfs, %-\
in black and white, 2% yds. long, Value $2.25, :at * 1.^5
Egyptian Scarfs, in white and . „,..' < cf>
silver and black and silver, at *3.25 to 0.5U
Values $4.50 to 8.95
West Twenty-third Street
TIMELY SUGGESTIONS
for HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES
Those planning to entertain during the Holiday Season will
find our present exhibit of FLINT'S FINE FURNITURE
of especial interest, affording timely suggestions in the form of
small details of furnishings which are indispensable to the com
fort of Dining Room, Library or Guest Chamber.
Those who discern values and appreciate little niceties of
construction will find our prices, invariably marked in plain figures,
remarkably low when quality and workmanship are considered.
Goods held for specified delivery dates.
Geo. C Flint Co.
46-47 West 23* St. 2*-2aWcsT 24* St.
'i?%ZyZr\^*> rl^r 1^ a lirrOT (lO4TU CT w m^Z^Ss*^:
;^|Sfi v 4 WEST 28th ST. I >>2J|l
\+ t Door from sth Ay. *Vf Jtj\
V' IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
On account of lateness of the season we will dispose
of all our I
Genuine Antique Jewels and
Finest European and American Silver
AT PRICES WHICH DEFY COMPETITION.
LESS THAN «* OF PRICES ASKED ELSEWHERE.
The Whitcomb
Metallic Bedstead Co.
BRASS AND ENAMEL BEDSTEADS.
lUXURIOUS BEDDING, LACE SPREADS, BLANKETS,
COMFORTABLES. ETC.
We have a complete assortment of Beds and
Bedding of the highest character
at reasonable prices.
450 Sttl Aveniie, Near 40th Street
I'Htl.A T\ I5:il CHESTNUT ST BOSTON. MASS.. »« WASH *T.
SALE ENDS THIS WEEK.
The fine imported tailoring stock of Geo.. H. Moyt
& Co. of 36 West 34th St. Their lowest price for
winter Suits or Overcoats to measure was $80; our
price, $25. Full Dress, including guaranteed silk,
$40. Sale on second floor. Special facilities for con
pleting orders for Christmas.
ARN.HEIM-, "SIXV
MMSEWINItesS^MJk^^ MACHINES
ARE THE BEST BECAUSE OF KNOWN VALUE
,**% Cheapness in price Is evidence of INFERIOR quality and p.., *ervtc*. Tlkt vnr
\ \ HOME Is built upon honor. ma<t> In .. manner to insure PERFECT MKKVirr
\ \ for • lifetime. Have you seen our latest achievement In Combination Woodwork?
-\zjL, „v--:-" iEW I^QNE
lSr?il * NO OTHER LIKE it. no OTHER AS. good.
l*u-X""J^iW or *** a century this m» chirrs ha* made koo<l •■■• all claim*
RlL^in of supremacy. Thou* who used It forty year* .■* are now m.,,,', It
CiSKWhJ^ <■* ■WAICIIANTKII IUX XII MMI , *
*|»il(Jg£3ti»» li Bold on <"«»>' monthly I'- 1 ' '<■■ ■'"» or liberal .i!».-.. m ,t for cash.
V Instruction free In your i\onu. 'Call tni»ue' dftmnnstratlaa or writ*
' v «i postal to-day for Illustrated Catalog- No. M
The New Home Sewing Machine Co.V
City Salesroom*- ' -„.- 28 » Union Square Eot,
■ St^re Brothers
An Exceptional Sale of
Furs and Fur Garments
WILL BE HELD TO-MORROW, AT THE FOLLOWING N
Unusually Low Prices
HEN'S FUR LINED COATS
Natural Muskrat Linings, with Persian Lamb
Collar, also Deep Persian Lamb Facings. at »47. 5U, 09.50
WOMEN'S FUR GARMENTS
[, (52 Inches Long)
POXY COATS, at 545.00. 75.00, 95.00-
KARAKUL COAT-. at 59.50, 125.00 '
SABLE SQUIRREL, " 1 18.00
HUDSON SEAL, " 125.00, 150.00
ARCTIC SEAL, . •- ' at 95.00
FOREIGN MODELS,
made of the best quality Hudson Seal, at 5295.00
... - Former Prices 5350.00 to 425.00
WOMEN'S FUR-LINED COATS, lined with clear
German S*quirrel, with collars of various furs, $35.00, 45.00
fluffs Scarfs
29.50 ALASKA SABLE 1 1.50, 24.50
*19.50, 27.50 black fox 11.50, 27.50
. 27.50 POINTED fox 27.50
29.50 white fox 29.50
25.00. 55.00 ermine 12.50. 17.50
25.00,29.50 ADELAIDE CHINCHILLA 19.50,24.50
11.50, 35.00 BLACK- OR BLUE WOLF 9.50, 15.00
,. ... KARAKUL HEAD SETS, $4.95 & 6.50
Flint's
Fine
Furniture
Women's Tailor-made Suits
At Important Reductions
A NUMBER OF STYLES IN A VARIETY OF MATERIALS,
at $17.50, 27.50, 37.50 and 45.00
Formerly from >"'" : ''' to 69.50
. '." ALSO THE BALANCE OF THEIR
Three Piece Suits at Closing Out Prices
Imported Tea Gowns & Negligees
Greatly Below Former Prices
ALSO TO-MORROW, ANOTHER SPECIAL OFFERING OF'
JAPANESE QUILTED GOWNS
Suitable for Holiday Gifts
FRONT AND BACK HANDSOMELY EMBROIDERED. AT *8.5Q
Regular Prices $13.50 and 15.50
Colored and Black Dress Goods
•-;:.-;•:; ■ For Holiday Gifts
500 Dress Patterns of Imported Materials.
TAKEN FROM REGULAR STOCK AND MARKED
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Parasols, Umbrellas 6; Canes .
For Holiday Gifts at Unusually Low Prices
Men's ani-Wonifn's Twilled Silk. §•« Qff
with choice handles, at ley*?
"-'•• Value $2.75
Men's and Women's Heavy Silk Umbrellas. ' O Q^
handles of sterling silver, gun metal and buck horn. at -*-»< v
ValuS $4.50
Men'< and Women's Extra Quality S^J *7s A 0^
Silk, with assorted handles. at 52»./C? 7 -K .
Values 50.75 to 7.50
Misses' and Girls' Apparel
-V At Much Less Than Heretofore .
misses; TAILOR-MADE SUITS, , $10 7 «
of Plain Broadcloths and Wale Cheviots, various model?. 11 •._?* L
Heretofore |28150 to 35.00
MISSES* DRESSES, of Plain Series and j.o 75
Cashmere, trimmed with braid, lace yoke. at "C./^
Heretofore $14.50 to 19.75
GIRLS* STORM CAPES, with plaid silk lined Hood m
Rubberized Sateen, in navy, red and brown, very practical x- *%
garment, suitable for Holiday Gifts, 4to 14 yrs' it 'O.vci
Value $5.50
Lace Curtains at Special Prices
LACET ARABE. at *7.50, 9.75
Formerly $10.50 to 12.50
MAR 11 ANTOINETTE, at $4.75, 5.80
Formerly $6.95 to 7.50
IRISH POINT, at $ 7.50
Also a number of Ruffled Lace Bed Sets
At One-Third Less Than Former Prices
West Twenty Street
!/ R On STOLEN.— No. 6CU.SSI? of
th« German Savings Rut in th« City it N«<
York. carrier . 4th •«•, and nth st . Uiued to
Tmll r»«-i<Vv-> All persona are cautioned unit
negotiating Mi* Mm*. If not returned to the
>»!>i v on ths 2.1 day of January, lino, a dui>
hcut. will Ik, nailed. .
■ '
LOST OR BTOI.FN rUnVhook No ..... of
th« Knilfriiiii Industrial -«.„,., ...
ment . atop,**, rie*« r«tur» bovk to Uak. No.
M tb»mbtr« »v •
_•»._.-■ .-
LOST— BANKBOOKS.
LOST ANO FOUND.
LOST -On AY ENAMELLED WATCIt 2_^H
ilU»n>>n ! m-jn<«<rani. ati.l chain of »n»ali '„j^
between -IVh >< aivi nr..*!»»» ar.l *•»!•*' %
sth »ye Liberal reward !t returned to W** l "."-^
& CO.. ..*) sth KM -„
DRESSMAKERS. __„. j
i>k c^sm.\ic:;i:.— Kir>t <-u?» <ut:«r. /• tt * r **it j
will nnuxlel: «o out by ijjy ox ♦**»•. T • 1
ear* KaUr, US s\ c*i siiX I J

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