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Two of the QUALITY ADS.
IN TO-DAY'S
NEW- YORK TRIBUNE.
HELP WANTED.
Male. .
VABXISK SALESMAN -nutted: also jmod »lde
li«« article for varnish salesman: good com
mission. Apply Atlas V. A C. Co.. 5<»5 Vest
I* road war.
Female.
KlNDEßY.— Feeders folding marhine: two «t
iwrienrrd drop roll operator* «• Dester
jobber*. AY.' hn.^i^r 4" ■:-.> Ro*c »t., oppo
• <t- Duane »',. Manliaiian. . .
READ THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK.
HELP WANTED.
r. V . Male.
CANVASSERS.
New Newspaper Premium
Proposition.
F«r_i_a«it «m?kriTient, with guaran
»?ed aalarv and carfare paid ■Bteisly, »H
•iceral cOßMsJaaaaal In addition. B^et
rJler in th* city fcr experience.! rtw
paper. book and magazine me, ho are
adapted ti>.<-ffic» and factory or house
te—house work: f.vr orders a dey will
. ■-■ {K.Wpa week. call bet-* I
a m. and 1 p. as.
WILLIAM H. GUTELICS.
Ueeta SIC. Tribune Building, New York.
A LARGE ccrj>oration desires the services of
a man of ceo-1 address: excellent position;
UfcoraJ cosnpentalion; applications confidential.
. I-; Box »- TrltMin* Office. _
ATtt'ERTItING MANAGER, experienced writing
and placing booklets, catalogues, etc.: salary
to ttari Sl^OO. Call. Mlghill tl-osi'.lcn Broker*,
FUtiror. Euilcir.g. -
ADVERTISING ssEirtant in large corporation;
»ri:e bcaKl^tT: know lefi^e of type or print
\n~ «Fp<tri?ac«i dt*inU>!«; Crc<l»»r:tjal Employ
rp.<rr.t CornoraMnr.. 2.%3 Broaxiviiy.
aTJveKTISIN'J a^ercj- solicitor of ability; one
nho commands business: big: commission. Fred
erick C. "Th« Ad Man." 110 "West 34th st.
jr.EXT «j!i«t onifrs In Bronx. Ca.l! after" 9
. ». ci .W. !=tremmel. East i«i^"-h «t., Mfirinlrjr
. Euilgittg. Boston Road.
AGENTS, salesmen, anyone, anywhere, can
m«.kc- big money selling' our wonderful new
teif-liffhting sas burners: pric« cut in half to
wAvmiae; sol-i under ■written jruri-rafltee of one
j-ejj-. Just' tare on the sas and It lights.
.'-rocket samp!* mailed on receipt of 40c.
T-ABto-Flarp.o Cn^ip^ay. .*»!» P«»arl st.. X«w York.
: jitfEXTi — Splendid opportunity to make quick
■ mcr^y by taking orders for a household article
- that practicaih- ?clls itself ■when shown; no
' -liujEbus: '•'•■ sells v,-hcrever there 1* a home; In
vfetipara zni be convinced that this is an un
usual chafer.. T\"rite to-day. Casey. ti3 Adams
• ye.. Cohoeg. N. Y.
AGENTS wanted for the best and Cheapest
h=nd vacuum cleaner or. the" market; price
$6 ar.'i $10. See demonstration. 32 East «ot'u
•1 Utility Import & Export Company, •
.• GENTS make SOU vrffklv selling Knickerbocker
shov.er baili brusnes, $1.5U; beauty erueiies,
rOc; ccw, r.Dvcl. useful. Jobnsione, 25 "West
' 424 St. __^__ "
• AOENTS wanted 5 sell Mother's Ironins
Wax; agents" Kimpl* sent by mail i ft c. Te
:*>!£ CnTo^ial Homestead, 130S FolaM st.,
j. P-ook!"
■AGENTS vramed for our line of household
_"-. -pecialtlea, real necessities. Large profit.
* Ir«nd for our catalosr of fast callers. . Hall
U£pe__Uty Sales Co.. Br-ceville. Ills.
" AGENTS eaeily raajtine S3 daily s*>lims Per
icnrt'oo mantl* burners; brightest sraslieht
from keroten*": fits all lamps. Eastern Light
Co.. 2SO Broadway.
A' SENTS— Calling ana \-isitins cards; I*oo per
ct._t profli4 cm. of to» n only. Martin, 74
-TV~T7*y!varu_ aye.. Erooklyn. N. Y.
AGENTS QL'ICK; On and Off Puzzle; greatest
cut: sE'iipii 10e. cud exclusive territory, noom
:.<sr 377& Eroadvay. "
- A*£TNT_ .make- good money •ellina; our «p»
>ia.!?y. and leave customers happy- • Many
Tepza.i orders. Particulars free. . De**ees &
re..r c .. .-res: Puilding. Philaflelphfa. Pa
_GEKTs to cell f-inograph l retails »1 ; every
n*rcjiant reeds or.c.<;,". per cent; lots of one
cozen.' Room -4S. Thoroughfare Bldr-. sSth
. >t.. ftroadyar. - _■ '.- ■ ■■ r
;_A(i_XTS, Italian, to sell Bronx property, instal
?--■ '-■.i -"alary .and .censroipsisn: greai. oppor
: -funity. Sr_u»kin. S.*^ tat. 14Hth at. .: ::
- -\OENTS—Th« . only self lis:hting gas burner
. Ir . the- ■RorH. with year's guarantee, as-
T*-_tatien - imposEible. Unexcelled " XJcrnon
»_•'■>■ -!T. C . ■;'.:, W^-«=t I.sth ft. ■:""• -* „;■
■ AGENTS •w_n»-sd for the beat a_d cheapest
■ ■ Uafi'l vacuum cleaner on the markets— pricn
"Jo aid fl'O. See demonstration. 50 E__t""2oth
*• ■>. •• Inrpt-t A- Export Company.
ACEJIS. cajjva»»er»! Royal - Beo-lit. Society;
*i<-k, accident, death beneflta; no lapa*6; «
ceilent epportuntty; $10 daily easily earned.
Fcthnrr. 1402 Broadway.
A<iEST»— House canvasser. $10 dally; ?uvio gas
J#t be«ier; . •*li at sight; be independent.
'Pu->-3o _: Co .i 4« I*ark ftm>-. - - --
AGENTS to tejl th- new Empire Ooveraor' Gas
Buroer; k'.g money maker. New York Gas
A?glUnr« C*»- 13S Borrery.
AGE>riS n'ANTED-to «»11 our inverted lampa
ens r__ntle»: good seller; bis profits. M.
rrepp Co.. 54 ...•'- „
AC-E.VTt WANTED— A?ents to sel! ritia
tix- .-- •- 15 ■•■•■:? sample rjy man. Be.
Tf Oi<3 Cclostsl Homestead, ir.as Fulton st.,
Brooklyn. . -
\Cj_N T S< wanted to arfi rartls with gauulisa
iasther ra»«s ard bill folders, big money
r-«k!ns propoaHt«*i. Call Wolff, at Ann at.
Xv ENERGETIC MAN with experience to
;r.ter^i*w pr«mta«B« merchant*, manufa-;:.
yrcrs etr fcr rcputa.bl'* collection company;
ftate relercncei?. etc. H , Box 39. Tribune
Qge- - -
»5X HE '■•"* you can start a profitable mail
ci<s-r business at iaoni* evenings. HeacocJc.
•:♦ X>ot:kpoori. N. V.
BOOKKEEPING -pYKtif instruction : thor
- migbiy n'&lW** . aljjn three w*>ek_ to keep
env boefcs expertly; unusual ability: request
fntctUatt TVrtght. 14? Wett !«*_____
BOOKKEEPER a* assistant; starting at $624.
with good _.iivanc«m»-nt in sight, Credential
Esipiosraept Corporation (established 1904).
2ZZ SroadTray.
fcOOKKEEPER and ACCOUNTANT for !arg«
r_apuf*£iur_iF house, good d_uice for ad\snce
m-nt; salary 525 to start. Migtiili (Position
Brekt-rt. Fiatiron Building.
BOY al>out '!■-" la real «-*tat« office; wafts $1
veclcly. Address, own handwriting WitSi
ref»r*r.f*s. Hoora 1010. ISS Broadway.
BOY— Er Ucc house, to deliver packajjeo and
ta-kc himself -seful: ohene<» for advance
m»nt. Apply J-. Box 20. Tribuii* Office.
BOT ia priming- ofiie<* to answer telephone
e;.<3 r«o»ral offl«-e work. Address H. G..
Wvi 4.3. Tr!bun»Offlcf.
BT TI.ER as>d useful man for ssaali private
,f_-t»ly of thre« In th» city; good position:
«-are* »40. Osterberg'a Bureau, Til Lexington
aw t*\. sTt> and C«th «*.
OKVASHEKS, eolteetors. eaeily make ?4 to
$?< a <la # <"*!! th« whole week. Medical
*>»■ ' Asiociaticm, 2*3 fcouth s':. ft. Brook
lyn;
CANA'Ae^ERB to cell sewing machines from
w__T_: ar- and commission ; wagon fur-
J"lrfce_. Domestic Sewing Machine Co., 1678
Broadway. Brooklyn.
CM' SALESMAN to co". «r territory out
sMe Greater New York frith Htaple line.
Ifigjs comi:iia*!'jS3». with 5100 monthly mA
•■»nc*. Pennsaeut position to right man.
far H. «>.r.t«h Cn . Detroit. Mich.
CLEKK for junior position in large, offlce;
eooi fasnttT personality and penmanship
rfcessary. Cr«deatlal Employment Corpora
tlfin. I'M Broadtvay.
CIGAR SALESMAN in your locality to
r»pf*rer.t U»- Experience tinn^cessary;
$JSO per month and expense*. rite us
I'«r i'smcuiart Monarch Cigar Com
pany, £t. Loul». < 1;:
COL-BCTOR and o3ce assistant; preference,
given to mati who un O___jrrlte. Credential
r.t,-s!oyni«nt Corporation. 253 Broadway.
COLLECTOR-— Coo_ opportunity to men who
can «ell nuichlnes; salary and commisaioa;
mi\"is.<^tcnsr.t. Domestic dewing Machine Co.,
3<<7S Broadway. Brook I yn^
COLLECTOK-SA LJBKJUX —^Salary and eotn-
IStsaHon to mar. who can «ell machines; art
• W<c*njer.: Domestic Sewing Machine Co..
3 "' Broadway Brooklyn.
CORJIESPON_»2NT, *_perieaced in reakiaj col
l«cUoas by riail: ralarj' to start 520; rood or>
rcrtusltr. Call, WigJiiii (Position Brokert, Flat
ircn Banding. ■ :■■■-'
r>l£TaiCT MANAGERS — com
' par;. . ' e>.tendlß«; old '■etaljllched business,
waiitt *ti*7gttlc, honest mar 10 control new
terrttory. Creamer, :;_tional Caauaity Co.,
*W Vaaaau at
X>yXAMIT£ Van experienced In power
~.or_« m citrator. Credential Kmp!flym«t
rorporattos <eatabi_irhe«t^lS<Hv 253 Broad-ray.
» 'lIEI.H ARE— Stork clerk -xperlenced In
«• iv» gMt to price and &<•«?? stoeii Ore-
SaT* Es^tormrot Corporation teatabitebed
»sP*;. ZtWt abroad* a.5a .5 .
K rsi^_f«_*°^T *_*?,* ; €ood & Co., 54S *****
224 »' fc ' I!er nnaa & Co., 58 West ;
ttnSS&QZLi" 'i**" 1 h^tins apparatus;
_ 1»?...&n.1 »?...&n. Bo«in,a, Strug, SQ3 yjr. _ y .
3ESSEIi£i
HELP WANTED.
Male.
VIVE young business men. honest and energetic,
to start in the - advertising department of a
great ne~-Epaj*r. Call for -interview. Room 421.
Tribune T^iildinjr. after 2 p. ni.
INVESTMENT company has an opening for man
who can present securities Intelligently: week
ly allowance. A. V. Holland, 1006 Times Build
ln«
LEDGER CLEIIK — Must write well; under
stand trial balances; 562 -I -S7BO. Credential
Employment Corporation (established H>o4>.
g. r ».t Broadway. ___*_
aiARRIKD COUPLE; — Private estate; take en
trre charge of kitchen, cook only for help.
Call Jrwin'e Bure_u, 77 West' 11th st.
MEN — Cheap passage: feed cattle London. Liv
erpool from New York. International Shipping
Office, 16 Greenwich St.
OfUJtANIST immediately for Episcopal church.
Massachusetts, $600; boy choir; also on^ for
'"Seorgia. $"00. Webster's Choir Exchange, 138
Sth ay«.
OKDER CLKRK, experienced in printing an_
blank "book business. State age, references
and experience. A., Box 14 Tribune.
PHOTO-EN ORAVEH.*' artist to take work
home, machinery, airbrush work, also let
tering, pen and ink. H.. Box o», Tribune
Office.
PRINTING — Youit» man with experience at
-<i«-K_: taVe care of stock and shipping. Ad
dress H. <i.. Bo.v 42, Tribune Ofllce.
PRINTING SALESMAN' — Must understand
ttchniqu* of printing 'and be experienced
aaU'Smau in this line; straight salary, $_.ooO
s3,oo*>. Business Service Co.. ."><)!> Broadway.
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN — Proposition
away above others: leads furnished; big
commissions to earnest workers. Room 501,
24 West 42d st.
SALESMAN — Experienced, with established
tra.il<. to handle pood line, of waists and
dr<-sees for city. Addresa T., Box 27, Tribune
Office.
SALESMAN — hustler wanted to call on
automobile owners; leads; high class -work;
Me pay. Call !••, 1779 Broadway.
SALESMAN ■with horec sense, who likes horses,
to tails horse remedies to horse owners; per
manent position and territory to rlsht mun. Dent
Mfc. lc, M East 34th st.
SALESMAN, able to talk about, horses, wanted
by corporation manufacturing horse im
provement specialty; fair salary, no com
mission. Address M. B. L., Box 5, Tribune
Office.
SALESMAN for permanent position; represent
Dr. Dent's celebrated horse remedies to livery
ttabJcs and owners; exclusive territory. Call
with references. Dent Mfg. Co.. 131 East :?4th st.
SALESMAN for office necessity; sells for $3.<><>.
rommisslpn $t .*o: earn" commission on re
orders; exclusive protected territory. rtoom
36. S9-41 Cortlandt st -
SALESMEN -.-anted to sell trees and plants;
experience unnecessary; steady work; high
est commissions, payable weekly. Writo for
free outfit. Perry Nurseries, Rochester. N. Y.
SALESMAN — Hljh grade «P'e'-lalt> ; similar cash
registers; liberal commission; exclusive terri
tory. 'Write full particulars. Globe. Room 510,
156 s'. hay«.h ay«.
- MEN — Two only, for the popular Klpo
trio Massage Vibra.tor with all combina
tions'; exclusive territory. Atlas Electric, 235
TYest 42d.
SPANISH translator and English stenog
rapher; 'splendid chance with large manu
facturing firm. - Credential Employment Cor
poration (established 1904), 253 Broadway.
SPANISH traveller for West Indies and South
! America^ ymn? man having had some cor.i
raercial experience " Credential Employment
Corporation. 253 Broadway.
STENOGRAPHERS — Several good opportuni
ties Jur experienced stenographers possessing
brains and . initiative; $*sj-SSO. Call or write
Busfties>s'Servlce Co.. 309 "Broadway.
STENOGRAPHER familiar with electrical
terms for secretary's position, salary- $1,-s<H>;
URV.suai.ly attractive position. • Credential.
ployment Corporation. 253 Broadway.
BTKNOOBAPBJER knowing Spanish, or Ger
man besides English : location Cuba"; salary
51,50<). Credential Employment Corporation
< establishes 1004), 2.V: Broadway. .
_TENO<jRAPHEU for bank; young man. to start
at jSO per :.j.jnth: good advancement. Call,
Misbill (Position Brokers, Fiatiron Building. ■
STENOGRAPHER — Large local concern re
quire* an experienced stenographer to lo
cate w:'th one of their interests -in Zenith
America.; knowledge at Ppanisli "preferable:
age 33 to 40; (1,800 and living expenses. Call
Business Service Company, 300 Broadway.
STONE HAND; must be first class, in union
shop. 2 Duane Bt., 3d floor.
STRUCTURAL DRAFTSMEN SeveraI oppor
tunities tor experienced designers, checkers
and datallers. Call or write Business Service
Co.. 309 Broadway.
TWO CITY SALESMEN wanted by manufact
urer; exclusive territory will be "given good,
capable men; splendid future. Room 721, rrib
une Kuii'Jin-.
VARNISH .SALESMAN wanted; also good side
line article for varnish salesman: good com
mission. Apply Atlas V <_ C. Co., 505 West
Broadway.
WANTED — A man at attendant to Invalid;
niu^t be temperate and honest': bring ref
erence: wages J3O per month. 1195 Bedford
aye . Brooklyn.
YOUNG _! AN. having »oo«i e'lucation « college
pref«rr<r<3 " at order c\»rU to qualify for cor
respondence position. Credential Employment
Corporation. 253 Broadway.
YOUNG MAN of little or no experience for
office; Miiall talar-- at ftart; «rood advance
ment. Credential Employment Corporation.
253 Broadway.
Female.
AGENTS ran eiejjr 100 per cent felling Miller
Sisters' Be-autiner at 50 cents per jar. Write
Miller- Ulsters. 1777 Broadway.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS— Packers, hranchers,
rosemakers, piquet makers, preparers, prcss
ers; good pay; al*o outside bands and learn
ers. De Jong. 207 Wooster st
BINDERY — Headers folding machine; two ex
p«riene(*d drop roll operators on Dexter Job
bers. W. Knoepk". 45-50 Rose at., opposite
Duane St.. Manhattan.
CHAMBERMAID and Tvaitrpss for family of
three in city; excellent position, permanent;
Swedish or Norwegian preferred. Omerberg's
Bureau. 716 Lexington aye., bet. ii"th and
f.Bth ets
COOK — Swedish or German, for family of
tv. o in apartment; no wrshing: ?30. Uster
berg's Kureac. 716 Lexington aye, bet. 57th
nn-i 58th wtM.
COOK— Young-, understanding variety soups,
meats, eta. bread baking; wages S3O; ref
erences required. Jacquln's Bureau, 602 6th
ay«.
COUPLE! — Useful outside man; wife cook,
general worker: small family; $50. Uni
versal Employment Bureau, 28 East 23d st.
(lllis Peckham).
EXPERIENCED, for children. Woman's Do
mestic league, 11 East 33d.
FILE CLERK, understanding her business and
liaving- had experience, Christian, for Insurance
office; permanent. Jupp Stenographer Exchange,
87 Nassau st Tel., 4221 Cort.
MATING, lucrative work In spare time:
capital, exertion unnecessary. Enclose
«r. for particulars. Donovan <."o. r 1441 Broadway.
FOR THE STAGE — Refined ladlea to begin
•viil; Mortimer Kapham's Players; continual
wc.lt around New York; interviews 2 to 0
da.J!v. Room 203. 19-11 Broadway.
GENERAL HOUsEWOKKKK for family of
two in city apartment; very good position
for competent girl; wages 525. Osterberg'a
Bureau. 716 Lexington aye.. bet. 07th and
fl*th at*.
GENERAL HOt'SEWORKER? and German
cooks. Torkvillo Employment Bureau. 1233
Lexington aye Tel. 1210 Lenox.
OIKLB. neat, young, to make th«m*«lv«s gener
ally u*pful In ladles' belt factory. Mack &
Pttter. ZfA West Broadway.
HuCRE COUPLE. Woman's Domeatlc League
11 E*st S3d.
MOt:.-;:v. — General houseworker
wanted; thru* Jn family; high pay. Knick
erbocker Embroidery, 757 6th »v«., bet. 44th
and 45th sts. '
KITCHEN MAIDS — Competent; all nationali
ties; for country and city; wages $20. Uni
versal Employment Bureau. 28 Knit 23.1 «,t.
<5Ii«« >MkßSa I
LAUNOKESS— AbIe 10 do up shirts, collars,
etc.. for family of three; privats house;
wa*;es |30. Oiterbenr'a Bureau, 719 l>xlng
ton aye., bet r.7th and 68th eta.
LJBAHNERB wanted for bairtir«!«»ing, mani
curing facial raaa»age. «calp treatment;
firet cl«*8 Parialan MtabUatuaaat; day. even
ln«k Mile. Kopp«l. 161 Weit Md at.
OPERATORS— Khnonou, dr»aalug aaequ**;
ate»<iy work. 2147 Pltkln aye., J^ar Wyona
at . Brooklyn. __^_
STENOGRAPHER.— To go to 6t. Louie; 125
week!- waaaan 25 to 35 years oW; rapid ad
n-arfer««nt. (data Dt«b! Exchange. 99 Naaaau s»
iHTE\'OORAPHKH for law office, US. three pay
ing $10 $15; law positions a •pe-'laltv Jupp
. <jgraph«r ExcUangt, »7 Najsau st. Tel.,
■ «__! GStt*
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. JANUARY * 1010.
HELP WANTED.
'Female. ~~ "
THREE openings in chorus of successful mu
sical corned v; rail after 9a. m. with this
«d. B. Stairs,'. Arcade Building 60th and
Broadway.
THKEK white waitresses, first class small
hotel. Florida; e_p«ns<»s paid: 513 Uni
versal Employment Bureau, US East -3d st.
(Miss Peckham). . ;-*■-■
TWO FRENCH nurs<» maids for good city
positions; on* child in each family Uni
versal Employment Bureau, n% Kaat' Co' 1 it
'Miss reckham).
WAITRESS — Experienced, • intelligent neal
appearance. for gentlemen's downtown
.lining room: hours. B to 4. Apply Monday. 0
a. m. Hazpltine's R*»ataiiraiit. 41 Broad st
WAITRESS First trl^ss. for family of two:
excellent position.' • permanent, 530. O»ter
be?e'» Bureau, 710 Lexington aye., bet r.7th
and s?tn Eta.
"WANTED — A aovaraeaa Unstitutricst Cor thr«d
children, as<jd 11, 10 and 7: must be pro
ficient to v instruct in the elementary an.l
grammar courses and In French, German or
Spanish and music; personal references re
quired. Keplv statins qualifications in detail.
Address G.,' Box ST.' Tribune Office.
WT* HAVE _n excellent I .or;unlty for a
mature, well bred, sensible woman. No can
vasslag. irpenc^r Cert Co., 101 West ""■ at.
WORK WANTED.
Male.
ACCOT.-NTA NT EXPKP.T.
desires engagement opening, closing or balancing
books, s>st_ematizer. Cox 30. Tribune Office.
ACCOUNTANT. — Balance sheets, profit and loss
accounts, books written up, trial balances, etc..
by public accountant; terms moderate. Account
ant. S2SJWe!»t 4 1st st.
ARTIST SCULPTOR; sirst class designer, 3epo
rator, bost reputation, references, requests or
ders or somebody who could recommend in better
families. J. Ar.drs. 1297 Lexington aye.
AT ANYTHING M.ir. (36), r,i a rrie<i. ChrlstJan.'
of good appearance. M. V. V. 1112 Gates
aye.. Brooklyn.
AUTOMOBILE MECHANlC— Machinist. 26
intelligent and skilled, all around man. srad
u_te automobile school, knowing already the
•work, Irishes to specialize in this branch.
Apply Auto. 433 West o7th Bt.
CHAUFFEUR — Machinist by trade; German.
English (25); graduate school of Automobile
Engineers: has had no plaijo yet: careful driver
nnd good mechanic; desires private position: city
or country. W. i;., 1007 Boston' Roaxd. Bronx
(front hase.ment).
CHAUFFEUR. German: married: first class
operator, mechanic of lone experience: open for
engagement ; lirst class references William Edel
man, g» East f.:nh st.
DRUGGIST.— Doctor of Pharmacy, reliable, all
around, experienced, desires et»Hdy position;
h^st references. Address Jab row. .^t>4 Ninth aye.
ELECTRICIAN, care for plant and drive auto
mobile; good references. 1". L., 1233 De Kalb
aye.. Broo! ;lyn.
ELECTRICIAN, young man. .10, with 12 years'
practical experience as electrician, wtrcnoao and
all around mechanic. Address J. H., Bex. 3S,
Tribune Office.
GERMAN. — With experience in Rreenhouee;
sober and honest: private or commercial place.
Addreijd y. X., 144 2<i avf.
HANDY MAX.— Experienced with all kinds of
housecleaning, windows, rugs; also polishing
furniture, -floors, etc.; day or week; reference.
R. S.. Tribune Uptown Office. 1384 Broadway
HOTKL MANAGER— bred, resource
ful, thorough business trained hotel man
ager, at present employed in 'large family
hotel, desires a change to a modern hotel or
apartment house; associated with fine clien
tele; not afraid of responsibility. Address
Manager. Box 12. Tribune Office.
PHOTO PRINTER. — Good developing paper
printer wants steady position in city; best
reference. YanaKitn. 428 East Jilst st.
PRACTICAL AMERICAN FARMER, married.
strictly temperate and honest, desires posi
tion as manager on gentleman's place; good
executive ability and economical; 5 years in
present position; excellent, references. S. M.
HA LETT, Box 614. Westfleld. N. J.
STENOGRAPHER and expert typist (24); six
years' experience; small salary to start; high
est reference us to character and ability can be
furnished. Denis .T. O'Neill, 818 Washington at.
USEFUL MAN. — superior recommendations
high city families; understands steam boil
er*, pumps, elevator, electricity; polish floors,
windows; temperate, trustworthy. 258 West
36th st.
YOUNG MAN, twenty, now employed, desires
better position, where he can become sales
man and noro. "H^etle." Tribune Office
YOUNG MAN. — Aged 30; neat appearance: con
scientious worker; as representative ; or to in
troduce anything; moderate salary; references.
E. Malone, 172 East 55th st.
Female.
STENOGRAPHER. — Accomplishments; faithful
ness, expeditiousnees, accuracy. neatness;
young woman of good business training; best
city references. Columbia. P. O. Box 1045.
WAITRESS— thoroughly first class waitress,
understanding her duties, willing- to po short,
distance in country. Jacquin's Bureau. 602
nth aye.
WOMAN, 52. in millinery establishment as
trimmer; neat and prepos»<ssi?i np: In appearance;
would assist in show room, having had experi
ence as saleswoman. Address Keliablc, Box 15.
Tribune office.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Mule. "
BUTLER. VALET (English): thoroughly under
stands his dutie?; excellent references; go any—
where, Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau, 25 West
4Z; st. 'PUoae 3<i3i> Bryant.
BUTLKR. VALJST :6EX»SD. HOUSBM^ By
young Soot-:, Pit)t»!.*tant: first class; thoroughly
:j..-t>::t . exctrllent references. Osterberg'i Bu
mau. 718 Lexington are. Tel. 1053 Plaza.
COACHMAN — First class, rlngle. thoroughly
experienced, care horses, carri.a^es, hartleys;
careful driver; city or country; generally uso
ful: references. Thomas. 224 *:;-.■;! »2d "st.
COUPLE. — Man competent gardener, understands
eowa, horses, poultry; full charge gentleman's
residence: wife good taundrssa or houseworker.
P.. Bo» 22. Cedaiiwrst.
FARM BTTPERIXTBNDENT.— Married ; expert
in all branches farm work — butter making-,
dairying, poultry, gardening, horticulture.
breeding, making roads; unexceptionable ref
erencea. Kxp^rt. Qdeirn Agency. .. h a ve.
FRENCH COUP! i man butler, wife* cook,
competent; steady; $00 month; references.
A. R.. 142 MacdougaJ st.
GAHDBNiCH -Married; greenhouse, oold
Bowers an.l vegetables of all varieties; refer
' • -•' Igaton. a Idreas
<:.T-<;c n * r Odell'a Aurency 82C '<ili ay«.
USiSFUL MAN. — Understands furnace and all
houaei city or country. Benedict, care of
Nau. 644 3d aye.
USEFUL MAN. — By young colored man; m pri
vate family; two years' ." i! aye. reference;
country preferred. Address G-eorgc, care of W.
Scott. 2 West 3*th st.
WAITER. — Intelligent young man. colored,
private family, boarding h-Tuse; rood references.
Major. 24 % i: !B«th ft.
Femr.le-
AMERICAN WOMAN, executive, wsmuLfnl
capable, desires position take entirn ch_rg« of
refine-l home; can brine maid as waitress; un
usual opportunity to secure perfect service; resi
dent or rUrtting, Address Knickerbocker,' ''r-b
un« Uptown Office 1864 Broadway.
AN EXCEPTIONAL German coupie7^io~eiun
■tvork In private family; woman good cook,
laundress and baker, man inside or outside!
Morrow's Bureau, 721 Lexington am. 'Phone
19-8 Plaza. _ "
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.— COOK i and
LAUNDRESS. — Younp .Swedes : together or
separata; good references; S2> $•£„ C, Hof
inaver'B Bureau. 153 West 23d «t. Tel. 1804
<""hplsea.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS. — Particu
larly neat, capable youn^ woman; personal
city rrf«>r<*ni'es : city or country. C. Mrs
Collier's Agency, 122 West 23d si"
COOK. — Competent young woman; echoolT~in7
stitution. club or family; tlm class refer
ence; city or country. A., Mrs. Collier's
Agency. 1-- West 23d st-
COOK. — Scotch Protestant; assist laundry:
neat, obliging young woman; excellent ref
erences; city or country. S., Mrs. Collier's
Agency. 122 West 23 rl st-
COOK. — thoroughly trained cook; Al refer
races; German, French and American cooking;
friend nrst class waitress; city. Morrow's Bu
reau, 721 Lexington aye. 'Phone 1028 Plaza.
COOK. — Capable of taking full charge7~under
standa cooking in all branches; city or coun
try; excellent references. Mies Margaret Smith's
Bureau. 2." Wear 42.1 st. 'Phone 303!) Bryant.
, COOK.— Swedish girl: first class cook and baker;
good tempered; best rafarencea; friend cham
berniald. (isterbe'-g's Bureau, 718 Lexington
aye. Te|. 1003 Plaza.
COOK, CHAMBERMAID. Ac— Two neat
Swedish girls; best references; both thor
oughly competent; wages $25 and $22. Oater
berg's Bureau, 716 Lexington aye. Tel. 1053
Plasa. • ..i i ■■;
COOK and LAUNDRESS.— Irish girl;
pood reference; $22-$25: city family. 8.. Hof
mayer's Bureau, 153 West 23d st. Tel. 1864 —
Chelsea. -'■ ' ~-~-
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. —By young, neat
Swedish girl; pood cook and laundress; good
references; wages $25; friend waitress and cham
bermaid. Osterberg'e Bureau, 71$ Lexington
aye. Tel. 10M Plaza.
GENERAL HOUSEWORKBR. _ Sccndinavtan ;
good tiain cook: $18, very sood references; no
objection to the country. Tlasmussen'a Bureau,
722 Lexington aye.. n w. corner CBth st.
HOUBEWORKER. — By experienced, neat voun»
«hitn woman; no cooking. Address Horley,
216 East 53d st.
LADY'S MAID-— Refined German; expe
rienced; expert dressmaker. ' hairdresser,
packer: desires position in nrst class family
(Christians,); trustworthy; references. 11 West
18th at. _j^
LAUNDRESS.—Thoroughly eonvjetent: can do
shirts, collars and all fin« linens. Mlas Mar
r»ret Kraith'ii Bureau. 25 West 4-' d at. Fhona
SO3& Bryant. _1_
r.Ußb'E.— Girl, 17, to care for child «*««* two
years or over; would make herself useful;
town or country: g-ood reference*. V. E.. Box
100. Tribune Uptown or: • 1384 Broadway-
NUIiSXS Thoroughly trained infant's nuirn;
North German; understands all foods: can taJ»«
infant from birth. D-, Miss Margaret Smith a
Bureau, JgWtast *2d I] 'Phone 8030 Bryanl_
NUitSET.— Exprlencad (Jernan nurse: children
aged from a to 6; good English; alx years r«
aren-;« from lam employer. M... Miss FltsOer
aW« Bureau. 803 6th aye., entrance •i2djt ; __
WAITRESS or I'ARU)RMAID-iln t-k» but
ter's place; very neat; hlgheat reference*; <_**
or country. 8.. Mrs. Collier* Agency. 123 « eat
Z}l tt. ___ „.„ : ■- ■ ' 1
WAITRESS.— First class Scandinavian girl; very
best references; understands her business thor
oughly; »30; city or country. ;'Riivnw>vnii 7"""
r*au. 722 Lexington aye., n. w. >-orny »':_
WELL" EDUCATED ,. NURSE- ■ d**lr«s t_MgJg£
or permanent engajr«mef>r, city or suburban,
though preferably with patient got:., eoutn. .mi
ore** KefcreactiS, TO* Broad it, N«w_J"k. •*■ •*
i ■ ■ ■, ■ , ■:
DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
ROLL. TOP
DESKS
OFFICE
FURXrrcjlE;,,
ta crest variety of
style and price.
T. G. SELLETVY.
111 i ulton St.
REAL ESTATE.
list. 1867 Inc. 1902
Ruland&WhitingCo.
REAL ESTATE
'• BEKK-MAN STREET. NEW YORK
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
ST. PAUL BUILDING
"~SZVJ:'Cor. Broadvra.r and Ann St.
A FEW OFFICES FOR RENT
HERBERT A. SHERMAN, Agent
on premise;. ri Fine St. & 532 Sth Avf.. cor. 44th st.
MORTGAGE LOANS.
11OVO AND MORTGAGE LOANS MAItK
Si 7ft 111 1 Ollfl to >* n d on km central or down
viuu,w» town hisrh-elaea Income business
building; ■■- might divide on other property.
J. G. ZACHRV & CO..
46 V. a-; St. Tel.. V.4'i4 John. Estab'd ISS7. ■
_ UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
THE BELNORD.
B'waj". Amsterdam Are., and 86th to 87th Si.
W. H. DOLSON & CO., Agents.
527 Columbus Aye.
DOCTOR OR DEJCnSX. — 3 ROOMS, ground
floor; reasonable rent. HOTEL CALUMET.
340 West 57th st.
FORECLOSURE SALES.
SLPREMfcJ COURT, COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
—Twenty-third Ward Fiuuk of the City of
New York, Plaintiff, against Hue Ginsberg and
othcra. Defendants.
in pursuance it a judgment of foreclosure
and sale, duly mado and entered In the above
entitled action and bearing date the Jath day
of October. IJWO. I. the undersigned., the licferea
in said judgment named, will sell at public auc
tion, jit th»i lixchange Salesroom, Hoa. 14-14
\>feey Street, In tae Borough ot Manhattan,
<'i;y of New York, on the ISth day of November.
VJiti). at la o'clock noon on that day. by Joseph
I" Day. Auctioneer, the premises directed by
s_id jucgrment lv be souj, ana ineretu acsenbea
m, follows.
All that certain plot, piece °r parcel of
land, with the buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying an.l beinK in
th-» Borough of Manhattan, of the City of
New York, in the County and State 01 New
York, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the . Southerly »lde
of 14t5th street, distant 125 feet Easterly from
the corner formed by the Intersection of the
Southerly side of Utith Street with the East
erly side of Broadway; running thence East
erly along the Southerly Bide of 148 th Street.
37 feet 6 inches; thence Southerly parallel
with Broadway, 09 feet 11 Inches to the centre
line of the block: tb»nee Westerly along said
centre Una of the block, 37 feet ii Inches;
thence Northerly parallel with Broadway, 09
ffet 11 inches to the point or place of be
ginning-.
And also all that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land, with the buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being in
the Borough of Manhattan, City. County an«
state of. New York, bounded and described as
follows:
Beginning at a point on the Southerly side
of 146 th Street, distant one hundred «nd sixty
two feet six inches Easterly from the corner
formed by the intersection of the Southerly
side of 146 th Street and the Easterly side of
Broadway. formerly Eleventh Avenue or Bou
levard: running thence Southerly parallel with
Broadway and part of the way through a
party wall ninety-nine feet and eleven inches
to the centre line of the block; thence East
erly along said centre line of the block, thirty
sev*-n feet six inches; thence Northerly, again
parallel with Broadway, ninety-nine feet eleven
inches to the Southerly side of 14t>th Street;
and thence Westerly along- the Southerly side
of 148 th street thlrtr-eeven feet six Inches to
the point or place of beginning. Be said several
dimensions more or" less
Dated New York, / October 22d. 1009.
CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
LEXOW. MACKELLAR & WET.Li«. Attorneys
for Plaintiff. 43 Cedar Street, Manhattan.
New York City.
The following is a diagram of the property
to be sold; its street numbers are 548-sv>2 West
Heth Street:
Th« - approximate amount of the lien -or
charge, to satisfy which the above described
property is to be sold. Is Twenty-two hundred
and forty-six and 8«>-10O Dollars <$2,24'».80i.
with interest" thereon from the- Sth day of
October. 1909. together with uusf and allow
ance amounting: to $201.22, with Interest from
October 19th, 1000, together with the expenses
of the sale. The approximate amount of the
taxes, assessments and water rates, or other
liens, which are to b« allowed to the pur
chaser out of the purchase money, or paid ' by
the Referee, is 51. 831. 24 and interest.
Dated, Now York, October 22nd. 1009.
CHAP. I. COHN. Referee.
The foreseeing sale is hereby adjourned to
Friday. November 26th, 1900. at the same time
and Place. '
Dated, New York. November IMb, 1909.
CHAS. L. COHN. )
The foregoing sale is hereby further ad
journed to Friday. December 3rd, 1009, at
the lame time and lace.
Dated. New York, November 2*l h. JJMT9.
CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
The foregoiner sale is hereby further ad
jourced to Friday. December 15th, l?O9, at
the »a.me time and place.
Dated. New York. December -'r<3. loot>.
V CHAS. L. COHN. Ref-ree.
Th» foregoing sale is hereby further ad
journed to Friday, December 17th, 190 D, at
the same time and place.
Dated/ New York. December lftth, 100?.
CHAS. 1.. COHN. Referee.
The foregoln- i sale la hereby further ad
journed to Friday. December 24th. 1909, at
the same time and place.
Dated. New Tor!,. Dacwutwr 17th. 1900.
'HAS L. COHN. Referee
The forpjolnsr sale is hereby further ad
journed to Friday. December 31st, 10C0, at
the same time and place.
Dated. New York. De-ember 24th. 100t>. •
CIIAS. T. COHN. Referee.
The fi.n.gniner sale Is hereby further adjourned
to Friday. January 14th, 1010, at the came time
and place.
Dated. New York, December Slst. 190 P.
CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
— William Livingston Bruen. plaintiff, against
Marvin D. Hubbell et a!-, defendants. — In pur
suance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale,
duly mad" an"i entered In th* above-entitled ac
tion and b«iriijsj date the 17th day of December.
1909. I. the undersigned. tho Referee In said
Judgment named, will sell at public auction, at
th« Exchange Salesroom, Nos. 14-16 Vesev
Street, irr the Borousrh of Manhattan. City of
New York, on the 24th day of January, 1910. at
12 o'clock noon on that day, by Joseph P. Day.
Auctioneer, th* premises directed by said Judg
ment to be sold, and therein described as fol
low* :
AH that certain lot of land in the City and
County of New York with the buildings thereon,
bounded and described as fellows;
Beginning- at a point In the northerly side of
135 th Street distant one hundred and twenty-ny«»
(12.") feet easterly from the intersection of the
northerly side of lSsth Ftreet and the easterly
side of Eighth Avenue an.l running thence north
erly parallel with Eighth Avenue and part of
the way through a party wall ninety-nine Of»)
feet eleven <ll> . inches to the centre line of the
block; thence easterly along- eaid centre line
twenty-five (25) «feet; thence southerly again
parallel with Eighth Avenue and part of the
way through another parfy wall ninetv-ni_<? (93)
feet eleven (11) Inches to the northerly glde of
135tb street anil thence westerly alomr the
northerly side of 135 th Street twenty-five (25)
feet to the point of beginning. .■;
The said premises being now known as No.
.•.. West 13Sth Street and being those which
were conveyed to Terence F. Macuir* by Catha
rine E. Vocke by deed dated January 31st, 1900.
and recorded In the office of the Register of th"
County of New York in Liber 62 of Section I
of Conveyances at page 482.
Dated, New York. December 20th. 15*)0.
I. MAURICE WORMSER. Referee.
STEWART A- "HEARER. Attorneys for Plain
tiff. 4« Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan.
New York City.
The following is a diagram of the property to
be sold; Its street Number is No. 215 West I3.'th
Street : „„,-,.;_
The approximate amount Of the lien or chars 1 !.
to satisfy which the above-described property la
to be sold. Is Twenty-sLx thousand two hundred
twenty-eiieht and 91-100 Dollars, with interest
thereon from the 14th day of December. 1009.
together with coots and allowance amounting to
Three hundred fifty-five and _7-HX) Dollars, with
interest from December 17th, 1000. together with
the expenses of the sale. Tha approximate
amount of th« taxes, assessments and water
rates, or other liens, which are to bo allowed
to tb« purchaser out of tha purchase money, or
paid by tin- Referee, U Four Hundred forty-one
and "2-100 Dollars and interest.
Dated, N« w York. December 20th. 1900.
I. MAURICE WORMBER, Referee.
A DVBRTISBMENTS AND BU3SQPJPTION'S
XX for Tne Tribune received as their Uptown
Omce. No. 136-* Broadway, between 38th and
STth sta., u nl j| 0 o'clock p. m. Advertisun«nu
received _t the following branch offices at
regular office rates until I o'clock p. m.. viz.:
•-_■* an, ay«., b. ». ,-or. 23d Bt.; 158 «th aye..
12th St.; 104 East 14lh st,:. 237 West 424 *t.. be
tween Tth and Sih avea,; 2t83 West 125 th «t.: 1033
3d aye lea,; __ aye . near 6t*t «.; ITOB Ist aw..
n«ar SOth it.- 157 Eaat I23ih »t ; Tsfl Trsmont
»v»;j '" 3,1 •vs., au>l jujy Auntrkan Pusrtct
I«U_rsj_i Ofilt-. :«^»'
RESORTS.
■ MEW. JERSEY.
Bite
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
IS* W «\»t o«<rt at Atlantic City »'• Oillflitft
The Climats v ideal. The world famous
boardwalk is n«rer more attractive. The
country club is at its best. Th« ocean
piers and C*si n > a-» most anjoyabte
. THE HOTEL DENNIS
Directly on the ocean front, is always wen
and is an ideal horns for the wintar sriaat.
WALTER J. BUZBT
QDarlborouab =■ iSicnbcim
; The Leading- Ke«ort Hou<« of I lie World
Particularly \t tract ire OariDjr
! Atlantic's Great "Winter and -r :!- .Season
(Bxtendiiis from I>K« KMBKr: to JUNE)
The HoUH holds 1100 fine •.- and has 400
private baths, each with sea and fresh
| —rater. White service 1? both American
; plan and a la Carte dining Ret • - Ex
quisite music Golf. Rollins Chairs, Thea- ;
tres. Ownership Manascment
j JOSTAH WHTTK* SPSS COMPANY.
©ttonUc Giiq
Cite cpdntlitoiu^uMit ihupa*.
Son
tiFORGIA.
HOTEL BON AIR
AUGUSTA, CA.,
XOW OPEN.
Two fine IS-hole Golf Courses. Beautiful
Club House. Excellent Driving and Motoring,
Shooting and all outdoor Sports.
Address C G. TRVSSELL, Manner.
Also Mai-agfr Frontonac Hotel.
Thousand Islands. N. T.
BEBMUDA.
BERMUDA
Hamilton Hotel
CAPACITY COO
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED. STRICTLY
HIGH CLASS.
W. A. BARK ON. MANAGES.
>"EW TORK OFFICE. 38!) FIFTH AYE .
ALSO 1180 BROADWAY.
INSTRUCTION.
For Both Sexes — City.
P4P 4 ackard'
COMMERCIAL
SCHOOL
1 F!'ty»Seeond Tear)
Will re-open Monday. January 3.
PAY AM) EVENING SESSIONS
Commercial and
Stenographic Courses
Individual Instruction- Enter at any
time. Call, write or telephone for pros
pectus. •
101, 103 and 105 En»t 23rd St.
V - Subway Station, at door. j
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
MADISON SQUARE (1122 Broadway).
Harlem Branch: 343 Lenox ay«., above l_7t_ »_
Brooklyn " £13 Livingston Street.
350 BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES.
Pupils hear and speak the new language •«
cluslvely from the first lesson. Trial lessoai
free,
SCHOOL AGENCIES.
American and Foreign Teacher*' Agency.
Supplies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. Got
-rn.sses, etc., to Coltsg-ss. Schools and FaraUlsa,
Apply to Mrs. M. J. YOUNG-FULTON.
s • 23 tlnlon -<uuar«.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS FOR PAPER FOR THE PUB
LIC PRINTING AND BINDING.— SEALED
PROPOSALS will be received until January
21. l»J0, at 10:50 o'clock A. M.. for furnishing
the PAPER for tho PUBLIC PRINTING and
BINDING for the year ending 2Sth of Febru
ary. 1011, the said proposals to be opened be
fore and the award of contracts to be made
by the Joint Committee of Congress on Public
Printing- to the lowest and best bidder for the
Interest of the Government. th« committee re
serving: to Itself the right to reject any and all
bids, as its Judgment of the best interests of
the Government may dictate.
Detailed schedules of the description, quan
tity and quality of the paper required, accom
panied by samples and blank proposals, and
giving- the regulations with which bidders
must eoiuply. can b« obtained by addressing
Eara'l B. Donnelly, Public printer. Washing
ton. D. C.
The contracts will be entered into for sup
plying such quantities of paper as may be
needed and no more.
The approximate estimated quantities set
forth in detail In the schedule comprise;
127,500 reams maehlne-flniah printing paper,
24 x 38.
21.000 reams machine-finish printing paper.
1 38 x i*.
44.000 reams sized and mper - calendered
white or tinted printing paper, va
rious aiaes. »
2,000 reams antique machine-tlnUh printing
paper.
36,100 reams white writing paper, loft
dried, various «!3!*s and weights.
10,600 reams colored writing: paper, loft
dried, various sizes and weights.
1,100,000 pounds white writing paper, machine
dried, various sizes and weights.
300.000 pounds white writing paper, water
marked U S M O. •
8.000 reams cover paper, various sizes and
weights.
1.000 pounds of best plate paper.
100,000 pounds of best map paper.
700.000 pounds superfine (Single and doable)
coated book paper.
.816,000 pounds, niamla paper, various sizes
and weights.
2,000 pounds plated bullet patch, various
sizes.
40-t.OrtO pounds bond paper
300,000 pounds safety bond paper, ■water
marked r S M O.
20,000 pounds blue bond paper, watermarked
--v U P M O.
5.000 pounds parchment deed.
155,000 sheets cardboard, various colors, slat*]
ami weights'.
730,000 sheets bristol board, various colors,
sizes and weights
750,000 pounds colored brtstol and manila
tag board.
8.590 reams first-class ledger paper, laid
or wove, various colors, sizes and
weight*.
8,000 reams second - cUsa ledger paper,
white or blue. laid or wove, various
sizes and weights.
1 0" reams tissue and copying paper.
20 reams blotting paper, any required
standard color and weight.
810 reams marble, comb and lining Pa
-per, various sizes.
650 reams typewriter paper, various sizes
a.nd weights.
225 ream» letter paper.
100 ream* white French folio. 17 x 22
Inches.
a 000 pounds white paraffin paper. 24 x S3
Inches.
3.000 sheets parchment, 13 - 21 ineh»s.
Proposals will be received for one thousand
reams or mere. *
By direction of the Joint Committee of Con
gress on Public Printing.
SAM'L B. DONNELLY. Public Printer.
Washington. D. C December 11. 1909.
OFFICE PURCHASING COMMISSAKT. I. 8
Army. 89 Whitehall Street. New Yi^ric City.
IC. T-. December 24. 1000- — Sealed proposals,
in duplicate, for furnishing and delivering sub
sistence stores in this city at such times as
may bo required by the U. S. Government, on
or before February 23. 1010. In accordance
with the specifications and conditions set forth
in Circular No. 4. War Department. Office of
the Commissary General. Washington. March
27, 1908, will bo received at this office until 10
o'clock A. M.. January 5. 1910. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes contain
ing bids should be marked "Proposals for Sub
sistence Store?, opened January I lt>10." and
addr*ssed to Col, A. L- SMITH. A. C. G.. V. S.
Army.
AUCTION SALES.
MAX SCHWARTZ. AUCTIONEER. — BT
virtue of the foreclosure of two Chattel Mort
gages mails and executed by G*a*a)a T. Put
nay to The Wilson Dtstl Uag Company, and
dated June i-'Oth. 1000, and Nov«tnb«r Oth,
1908. filed and recorded in Ik* offlea of I M
R«Ktat«r of tho County of New York. 1 will
•an on the 4th day of January. 1010. at 10
o'clock A. M.. at No. 136 Fifth Avenue. Man
hattan Borough, City of New Yorlc. tho chat
tels and fixtures of a nrst daws cafi and ■-■
taurant. At th- aamo time and plac« I •hall
also »»ll the lease of tii« building No. l««
Fifth Avenue, N?w York City, expiring May
let. 1020. By order of tho Attorney for Mort
gagee. 4
BOARD AND ROOMS.
WEST END AVE-. S7t>. CORNET* IQ3D 6T.--
Finest location N-i' Torh: block Rt-»niJ«
rart. r>rii^ and subway n,if..< an! turfae*
r«r»; beautiful furnishM room*: trU*te b«ttu;
TIME TABLES.
HAMBURG AMERICAN
CRUISES DE LUXE
lORIENTI -™
UHiaU II 1 1 -MV 20. 1010.
By S. S. CINCINNATI 1 : T!
80 DAYS $325 UP
I WEST INDIES I
By S. S. MGLTKE %&
16 and 28 Days $55 & $150 Up
FROM NEW YORK JAN". 2-. FEB. S3,
MAR. »4. l»i«>.
South America]
By S. S, BLUECHER &_?_.
From N. V. Jan. 2*. 1910
SI DAYS COST $350 UP
nAVBiR«.-A>rKT;ic\> i:
WHITE STAR LSNE
Orient Cruise
S. S. Arabic
Sailing January 20
73 Days— s4oo and up
All Expenses Included
9 Broadway, 3>T©x^ YorlL
FALL RIVER LINE
(Splendid Steamer*— ———Splendid s«n;tee>
To Boston by Fall River
Line — —
Every bit as comfortable
this way in winter as in
summer.
Fall River Line steamers leave
New York. Pier 19, North River.
foot of Warren Street, at 5
P. M. Get you to Boston as
early as 7 o'clock next morning
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PUBLIC NOTICES.
STATE OP NEW YORK.— STATE WATER
Supply Commission. — In the matter of the
Application of the City of New York. — Public
Notice. — Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to the provisions of Chapter "-- pf the Laws
of 1005 and the acts amendatory thereof and
supplemental thereto, and to Article '_' Of th«
State Boards and Commissions Law. being
Chapter 06 of the Laws of 1009. the STATE
WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION will meet at
the office of tile Board of Water Supply. No
-'.•:• Broadway, in the Borough of Manhattan.
City of New York, on the 12th day of Janu
ary. 1010, at 11 o'clock In th« forenoon of that
day. for the purpose of hearing' all persona,
municipal corporations or other civil divisions
of (ha State of New York that may be affected
by the execution of the modification, or
amendment, dated November 15th. 1000. of
the plans of the City of New York for secur
ing a new ami additional supply of water,
plans for which modification or amendment
have been filed with the New York ritate
Water Supply Commission, at its office. Lyon
Block. Albany. N. Y-. where the same are
open for public inspection; and for the purpose
of determining whether said plans are justi
fied by public necessity and whether the same
are just and equitable to the other municipali
ties and civil, divisions of th« State of New
York and to the inhabitants thereof affected
thereby, and whether said plans ma., fair
and equitable provisions for the determination
and payment of .-any and ail damages to per
sons and property, .both direct and indirect,
which will result from th<» •locution thereof.
The execution isf-Vauch plans, it is alleged.
will affect lands situate in the Counties of
New York. Kings. Queens and Richmond.
All persons, municipal corporations and
other civil divisions of the State of New York I
who have objection to the execution of said !
plans. in order to be heard thereon, must file I
ituch objections thereto in writing In the office !
of the State Water Supply Commission. In the '
city of Albany, N. V-, on or before the Hth
day of January, 1910. Every objection so filed
must particularly specify the grounds thereof.
No person, municipal corporation or local
authority can be ' heard, in opposition thereto
except on objections so filed.
Dated. Albany. N.JY-. December 19th. 1909.
HENRY H. PERSONS {President).
ERNST J. LEDERLE.
511 1.0 M. ACKER.
JOHN A. ETCHER.
CHARLES DAVIS.
_ > . . State Water Supply Commission.
CONTRACT «»•
CATSKILL. 'AQUEDUCT.
SEALED BIDS will be received by th»
Board ot Water Supply, m Room 910. 28*
Broadway. New York, until 11 a M. on Jan
uary 13, 1010, for Contract 88 for the con- ',
struction of seven steal pipe siphons. consist-
Ing of riveted steel shells & feet » inches and !
11 feet 3 Inches nominal inside diameter, en
veloped with concrete and lined with Portland
cement mortar. aggregating 2.6 miles; also
several stretches of aqueduct In open cut and
on embankment or eut-and-cover aqueduct,
aggregating about - Joft feet. Ttje work la
located In the Towns of Torktowr,. Mr. Pleas
ant 'and Greenburs. and the City of Tonkerj.
Westchester County. New York.
At the above time and place the bids will
be publicly opened and read. Pamphlets con
tail) information for bidders and pa""
of contract drawings .-an be obtained at Room
906 at the above address by depositing the
sum of Ten Dollars ($10) -for each pamphlet.
For further particulars see Information for
Bidders. JOHN A BEN SSL. Pra«!deat;
CHAftLSS N. CHAD WICK.
CHARLES A. SHAW
Cemmies'oners of the Board of "Water Supply.
J WALDO SMITH. Chief Engtn«er.
THOMAS HASSETT, Secretary
CONTRACT 52.
CATSKILL AQUEDUCT. Eg
SEALED BIDS -rill be received _t the
Board of Water Supply, In Room 910. 290
Broadway. New York, until ] I A. M. oa Janu
ary 11. 1010. for Contract 62 for the construc
tion of portions of the WJilte Plains division
•■i the CatskiH aqueduct- The work Includes
three tunnels on the hydraulic gradient aggre
gating 1.6 mlt« in length, one- being 17 feat
high by 13 4 feet wide Inside and two 17U
feet high by 13*4 feet wide Inside: and about
2 S miles of plain concrete conduit known as
cut-and-eover aqueduct. 17 ** feet high by 13
feet wide Inside. The work is located in the
towns of Jit- Pleasant and Gree_bur_b. Weat
chester County. New Tork.
At the above time and plac»» tns bids will
be publicly opened and read. Pamphlet* con
taining information for bidders and pamphlets
of contract drawings can be obtained at Room
00t> at the above address by -'•^positing th«
sunn of ten dollars I $10) for each .pamphlet.
For further particulars see Information for
Bidders.
JOHN' A. BEN- President;
CHARLES N. CHADWICK.
CHARLES A- SHAW.
Commissioners of the Board of Wafer Supply.
J. WALDO SMITH. Chief Engineer.
THOMAS HA^SETT. Secretary.
SURROGATED NOTICE
SURROGATE'S COURT. ONTARIO COUNTY.—
In th* matter of the estate of John Ralne?.
' late of Canandalgua. N. V.. deceased. Notice to
creditors. — Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
an order of the Surrogate" 3 Court or Ontario
Ccunty. smarted on the 28th day of December.
1900. that the undersigned intends to apply to
I the Surrogate's Court of the County of Ontario
tLB.il tjtat« of v -" York for letters of administra
i tion upon the go"-is. chattels and credits of John
Raines, late of th« village of Canandaiyua. On
tario County. N. V.. deceased, under aad pur
suant to .Section S<«4 of the Code of CtTii Pro
cedure, tote Issued to the underwlirned. and all
persona «ho are or claim to be creditors of th<«
said decedent are hereby notsn*.! to present their
, claims, duly verified, to the Surrogate of Ontario
County at his office In the Court Houm la the
village of Canandaigua. Ontario emmnty. I*. T..
on or before the 6th day of February. 1910.
Dated December 38. IMi
JOH.V RAINKS.
GKOUGK R. RAINWS.
as next of kin of said decedent.
LOST— BANKBOOKS.
LOST OR STOLEN — Bankbook No. 553,241 of
the Emigrant Industrial Savlnxs EanJc. Pay
ment btopped. ri«iM return boo< to bank. No.
51 Chambers «t^
MISCELLANEOUS.
B.WIN BANK d«po*itor» wnl i-a.-t of iod»
thios to their !mmediato rtnar.cU! 1 ■ i-tif« by
addressing C«poaitcr. Vox *Z. Tribune Cfflca.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
AUTOMOBILi;
Manufacturlns Company (established) *»lsh<»»
* -; x , jia-rtn^r. wttn capital. Box AY. Tribuaa
Uptown Office, 1C64 Broailwaj*.
FOR SALE.
DESKS, PARTITIONS. TELEPHONE! BOOTHS.
- tiblM. chairs, wardrobe*, mirrors. wall Sit
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TIME TABLES-
REGULAR SERVICES
All .Modern >jfetr U-vire« (WUrelesa, *<• .
— — Hamburg.
S. S. KAiSERiN iUG, VIC.
leading New Y»rk J:ia 5. i I" 31.
" RU_-Car!tou k t* Cart* Huts lift, j
'■"'<- El»c Bath». I i Mar, M Gardsc.
tKals'n Au_-.Vie.Jan._,l PMi'Prea. Grant-. F#>S>. •
*P»nr_-ylvania. Jan. »{ -\ ■• -riasi .. ..F-h. ;
lOraf \VdW»rs-» ,I«. l'»i SP-nr.-syiv «n:.t Feb. V*
•Pre*. Lincoln.^Taa. 2>i|Oraf Waid»«r9««.Feb. Vi
»Hambursr direct. 'Oalu n-imnttb.
Italy AND the Nile
KELVCHEO BY OUR
■MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE
The splendid, large ateamshipa "
HAMBURG. Jan. 6. _"«_■. 13. March _O: CIN
CINNATI. Jan. 20, etc. for Gibraltar. l»il—
_cd (Jesea *wlth occasional ca:'» at the Ascr»» |
and Madeira Islands). E.x:ell>?nt ce_aectio_
with steamers of Kambars' * An?!o-Ain«rica_
N'U» Co.'i s«rvlce» up the Nile, t_ro-jg_
EGYPT.
TKAVELLF.K*' rH»TK« I— f m
Tourist T>ept. for Trip* EverjrwSerr.
WE. 41-45 " Broadway. X. Y.
ITALY** EGYPT
vim AtoTfi, 3l»dr!m. Gibraltar. M«iere.
Lars-st Steamer* la _w Trade.
CEDRIC CELTIC
JA.V. 5. FEU. IS. FEB. 5. mar. 15
ROMAN!) Jap. 13: Feb. 39
ARABIC Jan. 20, to Al?mae)rt»
« 1; * in Jan. __; Mar. 11
CA>OPIC »•» 12: U*t 24
CUNARD LiNES
From Piers 51-__-56. Nor.. nt~er. 9 A.. at.
Liverpool Service. •' illlasT at VUh|U_rd.
South Wales.
Quickest Rants ta Laadaa 1 Co_t!_3_*
Tla FUhsuard.
Wednesday from New York
Monday in London
3WtKKI\MA-l I
Largest, Fastest 3tesunah»»« Afloat.
Sail IVe«_ie"»<l»y»
Wireless Telesrapn. SuSmarins Sisnai-*.
• rmbrta Jan. sVT'mbrto : Feb. I
Lusitania Jan. 1& i Mauretanla Tee, >
Cami>anla Jan. 2* Campania Feb. 11
Tfl IT I 1I 1 V TOVR SITECIAI. CKCISES.
ID Hill Carmanla i Car***
n *mi.,' MasnlScent N«w _O.CC>-To_ Strs.
£ * OyOT Magnificent New 20.000- Toa Sub.
LGV 3 T -Jan. s-Jaa. »-*>&. l^ifcJa. a.
U L 0 I I I Vl_ _uores. Madeira.
I Ciibralt-r.
ALSO TWO SPFCLVL CRCISn
SAXOXIA TO ITALY. Feb. s— Mch. t*
MIM.ARIAN AN _EKVICE.
To FIUME, via
GIBRALTAR. GENOA. NAPLES. TIUESTS
Caronia . . . Jan. »3,; noon |s'_xo_ia...........S"»b. «
Carmania. Jan. 22.; noon; Par.nonia Fob IS
TraT^Uers" checks Issued — good everywhere.
nit « : win STEAMSHIP CO, LTD.
| 21-24 State St.. opposite tVio B»»*ery. _
AMERICAN LINE Prom l^. l a JiK "
Plymouth — (herb..!. re. — sonthanaptcn.
New York Jan. Slat. LnnU .'an. H
•Adriatic Jan. 12! Philadelphia Jan. 31
•Wtlte Star aasanist from Pier 43. N. R.
RED STAR LINE I *^
New York — Antwerp — Paris.
Vaderland Jan. 5- Lap;axi.:..-a- Jar.. Hans
Kroonland Jan. 12; Finland Feb. 3
WHITE STAR LIME &Sr£k*.
> eir 1 ork^-Quwi!»to— rn — Liverpool.
Baltic Jan. Laurentl- Feb. *
Plrnooath — Cher furors — Sonthampteß
tNew York.Jan. S. 10am[t=t. Louis Jan.' 15
Adriatic. .Jan. 13, l'» a m[tPhtl_<l»h>h_i...Jaß. S3
t American Una steamers from Pier 13. ??. "R,
NEW YORK - |T*l V & EGYPT
boston to 1 1 ALT « tuTrl
Via Aiorts. Madeira ,ml Gibraltar.
Kir-t Winter Sailins: to Alexandria.
JAN. 5, v m . S. S. CEDRIG V£?
Laraest Steamer to the .Mediterranean.
Cedrle (-1.03 CV Tons), Jan. 5. 2 P. 11., Feb. !#.
■■■Mi Jan. 20. special Alexandria sailing.
Romanic, Jan. 15. Cretlc. Jan. 33.
Celtic f20.804 Tons>. Feb. 2. Mar. 16.
Canoptc. Feb 12. Romanic. Feb. 2&--— ->
PASSENGER OFFICE. 9 BEOAJOWAT.
IHORTH gERMiK LLOYD
Lar^r. Fast and Ltwurtoua T»ir.-?t»
Express and Passenger tiieamshtps.
Eiuipp«'i with Wireless Jfc Submarine stapiatsv
PI TH- cut RBOI — BR__tre>'.
Kxprosd :raiUn£3 Tuesdays at 10 A. M
I Kaiser Wm. ll.. Jan. i Kronprms W_». Jan 25
! Prin* Fried. Wm. Jan- IS i Kaiser Wa. d«rGr.t"«o-i
BREMEN DTKECT-
Twin-Screw aai'.ings Thura_ay3 at 1O A. M
Rocs ! Jan. 6|Roon Feb. I*>
Zieten lan 2TI *G. Washington. .F I M
•Calls at Plymouth and Cherbourg
GIBR.\LTAK — NAPLES — GENOA — ALGIERS.
Mediterranean Sailings Saturdays at 11 A. M.
Barbarossa Jan. 3 +Gr. Kurfuerst...-Feh. •*
•Berlin »new) . . . Jan. »K. Albert....^..Fea. V*
•Omits A'.eters. tOrient Cruise.
Independent Around the World. Tours.
Travellers" Ch*c_3 good all over the world.
Apply OELRICH3 & C°.i General Agents.
5 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
Some Excellent Rooms
still on Sale for
CLARK'S CRUSE OF THE "ttEVELAMT :
Rl9. ton.«, hrand o»t» W^
and superbly fitted. ■ ■
OUND THE WQni.ll
FROM S4S FRANCISCO, FEB. 3, 19 JO.
ONE «VMMtK FOR TH 1 EVTIRE < RTIS«
| of nearly four months; costin* only |65<i _n_
j up. lnc!-dins all necessary expense*.
ROCTE: Japan. China, Philippines. Boru**..
Java. B.ifjim P Tnd»a. Ceylon. K_ypt. It_lr. etc.
An unusual chance to Tisit unusually .ttne
jMr* ORIENT cruise
February 5, 1010. by 8. 6. "Ortms-t Ksrrnarwt/*
1 I days. Including -4 days E_ypt and Pal
estine. $-100 op. inclndtns hotels, shore excur
sloe* etc.
FRANK C. CLABK. Time. R!d_. Mw Tort
TOURS t t h°e ORIENT
COOK'S m* Annual Series of To_rs <!» Ltrxi*
to ESTBt. the Nil*. Holy Land. Lsnraat. etc..
leave Jan. 5. 9. Feb. 2, 19. March 5. I^eianrekf
travel, small, select parties, trav«Uinf throng
the most interesting- land* of the Oil—l.
EUROPE and tils PASSION PUT
"0 Tour» to Europe. Tours de Lax* __■<
Vacation Tours- «M to 41.193. Tbo*. Cook
* Son have been Officially Appointed MHsasai
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Toura to Bertnuda. Florida. C_l!f!>r_f_. «?-.
Tickets and Tours far In_epe__;_t Trsr»e»
:»rs cry where.
THOS. COOK & SON
245. 1200 Broadway. •«• Madison A»e..
' MS Fifth Are. (Windsor .Arcade). N. T.
RED""O" LIRE Fsrry. B'klr-. at 3oca_
For _aa Ju_n. P. X.. •-* Gu_yr_. Pta. Ca^eUa.
Curasao and . -acaubo. via Curacao.
j Philadelphia. . Jan. 13 Caracae ....... Jan 39
Tot La Gu_ yra. Curacao and afaraoatl»>
. „ .i Job- StMiracalbo Jan. S_|
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