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Jammer cwr.^r: Mandel Building Co. owner
and contractor; II Oral*© Severance, con
tractor; ?475.
BROOMS ST. 537: Louis Fein art Rebecca,
Shkoilnkoff. owner and contractor: $4..'00.
S4TH ST. lit to 519 West; liar It E><Mrl<* Co
agt Benjamin. Alexander X and Jeannette M
Fox and C Fox Cunningham, ownem; Ben
jamin Fox's ?<->ni'. contractors; $13 'JO.
ST NICHOLAS AYE. • 8. 245.4 ft n of 155 th
'■ 115x123; Oriental Fireproof Sash & Door
Co act St Nichols* Construction Co, owner
and contractor: $325.
37TH ST. .W. to 312 East: Richard Tr«tler ast
Maria and Jacob Wimple, owner*: Jacob
Wimple, contractor < renewal): $4,500.
COLLEGE AYE. s ■ cor 165 th st. 75>^2fl: Charles
Schneider air' Mountain Construction Co,
owner and contractor; $67 DO.
SYLVAN PLACE. 5 and ■«; Bernard Tinkler
a#r» Annie M Harrison and Matthew — ' Mulvl-
Ml., owners and contractors; $ 2S> CO.
SATISFIED MECHANICS* LIENS.
JANUARY 7.
ISSTH ST. * s. 32 ft w of Bath-ate ay«; Morri*
!«cr;r;e« agt Mountain Construction Co et al;
Oct Si, 1900; 5452. /
_T PAUL'S PLACE, a ye cor of Brook eve;
United Metal Covered Door and «.ik!i Co agt
Enron Realty co et al: Deo 3. ;»n»; J72.
CLINTON' AYE. c _ 11*3.2 ft n of l€Pth st.
running through to Boston Road: Hudson
Structural Steel C*> apt BoKton Road Realty
ani Garage Co st a;. Dec 17. 1900; $870.
4ID ST. 120 East: Cww Durham asrt F Pear
sal: et a.. Nor 13. 190J>; $245 04.
42D ST. IIS and 130 East: William Rearon agt
Adrian H J-"-l!se et al; June 4. 1009; $49S 42.
6> ME PROPERTY: Morris B H«rraan art Fred
erick W WhiLridss. re^i-r. et a!; Dec 21. -Wt>;
tos.
KAiIE PROPERTY: Henry Wulchlniky agt
ta-e; Dec 21, lt«»: «S5.
■AXE PROPERTY Rctert Perlman agt same;
Dec 22. 1309: «las.
SAME PROPERTY: International Tungsten
Lamp Co agt .hsibc. Dee 21. 1203; $147.
•AXE PROPERTY : Isaac. __rgulies et, al ast
«!3-ie; Dec 21, _<»; J36S.
6^ ME PROPERTY; Marcus Bollhardt airt Her
bert F Bake et sJ. March 23. 1909: {59710.
SAME PROPERTY: Sam Rosenberg agt James
Foster et aJ: March 4. 1003; f257.
#A_IT PROPERTY; Isaac Horowitz agt Adrian
H Joline et a!, reevra. et a; , March 2P, 1008:
$600.
42D ST. 118 and IIS East; J .1 Duffy estate agt
Frank P Ll»>d « _ts Web 24. 1000; $279 17.
I7BTH ST. ■ *. whole front between Washington
and BaUigate eves; Wilhelm Oettgen agt Op
penaetaier & reldman et a., Jaa 4, 1910 (by
depositi; «_.
2ST> ST. 210 East. Dsvld Schumer «gt Sainael
Riea-ler et al: May 19. 1303; $15014.
Br.O^DWAT. c a. 54.3 ft n of 57th st: Eureka,
Fire Hose Mf* Co agt B F Goodrich Co. et al;
Xcv IS. 1909 (by deposit); $1,053.
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
(With, owner's name and address.)
JANUARY 7.
MANHATTAN.
•UVSKSrDE DRIVE, s c cor JKth ft; for a
10 sty brk flat, 100x100; G & L" Blum, archi
tects: cost. $700,000.
Owner. Dacon Realty Co, f's Liberty st.
FRINCE ST. }»'i, for a 7 sty brk store and loft
bids. _5x05: T W Lamb, £24 sth aye. archi
tect; cost. *25,<Vh).
Owner. C Lane. 3S Fulton st.
THE BRONX.
Davidson AYE. w s, 150 ft n of :S4th at; for
a 3 sty brk tenmt. SOx*#: B Ebeling, 1136
Walker av<». architect; cost. $50,000.
Owner. G Bi_s£, 3718 Olesville aye.
UCRRIS AYE, n w cor l_e__ st; for a .•; sty
brk tfnmt. 50.55x102.C»; SoremerfeM & Stick
ler. -.'.< Union Square, architects; <-ost. $40,0<i0.
Owner. Civic Realty Construction Co, 150
r»«Fsau st.
ALTERATION PLANS.
JANUARY 7.
MANHATTAN.
_Uk._>l_ON AVB, n c cor 47th st: to a 2 sty brk
rtable. etc: R W Wlngate, 123 East 23d st.
architect; cost. $5,000.
O— Tier. American Express Co, «3 Broadway.
LIS PENDENS.
i__nr__tT 7.
•TE ST 550 East; Abraham Levenstetn ijrt
Ka'maa Sadrvrsk;- et ai (foreclosure of pttg^;
_tlcrs*y. J Gordco.
IBTK ST. 46 East; ."»;h St. «7 and 68 East.
Walker at. 5 and 7; o*o 3 Gould &gi Edwin.
Oould et ml (parti tics); attorney. D H Easier.
■BOOK AYE. ■ r, cr>r 17Oth at, 5Or»0: Max
Jitter art G*o H Hill Realty Co et al faction
to foreclose ir.'^.-.ariics :'-r.:; attcmev, M !.•
Amttcia.
lI4TH ST. s s. 210 ft V if Br.iad--ay, 15x100.11:
Mar? P Shepard arr Chaa H C B<»ait«s et al
• I creel osure of mts.i; attorneys. Shepard &
"'■■-* i.io_.
13?Tj ST. c 5. 80 ft c of Madison aye. •0x86.11,
Lina Etti.naer a«r Jacob Norwalic et al (fore
closure cf mtgT< ; attorneys. Peacock _ Steves.
109 TH PTT, * ». 100 ft w of Ist aye. runs 8 lOi
n w m lWth st to a point distant 1092 ft
v at Ist avt i « 8.2 ft to beg; Smith Ely agt
Joseph Robert et al < foreclosure of rnrg-); at
■•vner*. -Smith & Simpson.
::r.TH FT. "0 and 72 East; Frederick Merer agt
George Laabenrracht et al (foreclosure of two
nstsf); aitarneys. I j Ettinger.
BTH ST. 315 East: Metropolitan Say Bank ast
Chzxies Scbi— imer et a! (foreclosure of rats);
attcraeys. A 9 & W Hutcbins.
13T3 ST. s s, 3":. ft w of Aye C. 50x103.1;" John
B Mapes ayr Joscpbiiie X MrOwen (foreriosore
of mtg>; Kttoraer. L G ila?^i«.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
. VNC \RV 7.
OAK TERRACE, v - cor H**"^.Tian av«s. l»Vrj(2s.
City JlartKape Co loans Thomat TT Tullv <"on-
Etruction <o; JlSi.OyO.
34TH ST. 317 M '■'•2?, East: TiUe Guarantee and
Trust Co Joans ia^fernfeid EuiMing *''■: $_23,u00.
KINGS COURTHOUSE SITE.
Protest. Against Plan to Build on Clin
ton Street Plot.
A protest to the selection of any site
vest It Court street. Brooklyn, for the
new courthouse for Kings County has been
fled ■srita tiie Supreme Court justices in
that borough. The Brooklyn League, the
Erock'—r. Chapter of the American Insti
tute of Architects and the Brooklyn Bar
nard Club, as well as many prominent citi
rens of Columbia HeirhL?. joined in making
the protest. Among tii*» last named are the
Rcr. Xe-well Dn-ight H:!!)s, pastor of Plym
crutb Church; (b« Rev. J. Howard Melish.
Tector of Holy Trinity Protestant Kpifcco
pr: Church; Daniel Barnes. Alfred T.
"White, John E. Le«ch. Edwin Packard,
H*nry Brown and Guy Dv Va!.
Tee cppontrr.ts of the plan protest that
the erection of the courthouse on the site
•elected- ion. State and Livingston
streets and Sidney Place— would make It
impcrsiole in the future to form a stoup
plan of iht puLUc buildlagi of the bor
ough, an<J that it is outside the direct lino
of traffic. and. therefore, not readily ac
cessible.
The petition of lave Brooklyn League <>-
clares that 'or fifty .-ear.- Columbia Heights
has be*n a quiet residential section, that
"it has paid larfre taxes to the city, based
or. large assessed valuations, and that the
residents have endeavored to maintain tfae
.character of the neighborhood by keeping
. their property in first class condition, this
in turn warrxntinsr the large assessed val
-vations. Therefore, •« believe the city
should continue to preserve this choice
residential district fre« from encroachments
of public buildings, which u-ili disturb the
qtjlft and diminish the value of the homes
<"ftfctq that district."
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for our ad. for agents, to sell cur Perfect
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with r?*ult» much beyond our expectations'
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York. I>tc. 23. I&9U.
INSTRUCTION.
For both Sexes— ~
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■*»«*« BrwKa. »«L»notav,..abov« I27tb ft.
B -°"^;, " 21 K !.ivsdk*U>b Street.
P-^ifr 0 ! BTASCHEB IN ALL CITIES.
«MJveiy from tke first itng n Trial :«*so_J
For Boys and Young Men— City.
i berkell^school "1
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! 72d Stree* <a West End Avenua j
SCHOOL AGENCIES.
American uad Foreign i'earher»' *--~..--.
5 *applle» Prefe*som Teacher, Tor£s^&»
.•ra^t«j>. etc. te CoHeires. H<:hoolt ,m p, m m,:
*Wl)1 Mrs. SI J. YCTTXO-FCLTOS?
-3 Union -^uira.
IN ARMY A-ND.NAH
Naval Officer Reprimanded by
Secretary Meyer.
r From The Tribune Bureau.]
Washington. January 7.
FAILED TO TAKE TEST.-The Secre
tary of the Navy has had occasion to repri
mand one commissioned officer and may
administer a similar rebuke to others. The
difficulty arises through the failure of cer
tain officers to take the annual physical
test in the calendar year Just ended. It
was prescribed In orders originating at the
White House and promulgated from tho
Bureau of Navigation that every commis
sioned petty and warrant officer of the
nary should walk or ride the ; prescribed
distance at some time in the calendar year.
In the majority of cases officers took
prompt measures to comply •with the re
quirement, choosing their route and means
cf locomotion. In some cases officers de
layed talcing the test until the last two
weeks in December, and those on duty in
Washington wera confronted with " icy
streets or country roads in worse condition.
Some of the officers, therefore, were caught
without having performed this duty within
the period named in the order. Others
were cautioned against walking or riding
by their medical advisers, and still others
hare failed to take the test for reasons
which are now being considered by the
department, to determine if they may bo
accepted as sufficient. In one case an offi
cer has been informed that his excuse ib
not acceptable, and he will be required to
undergo the test without delay, with the
understanding that it shall ba credited to
the year ISO 9 and shall not excuse him from
the test of 1910. There has been some con
sideration of ordering these officers before
courts, but it is probable that the Secre
tary cf the Navy will regard the situation
as fully met by letters of reprimand.
NAVAL ESTIMATES.— The revised esti
mates of appropriations for the naval es
tablishment, to correspond with the pro
posed redistribution of the duties of the
bureaus, were submitted to Congress to-day
by Secretary Meyer. The aggregate is $12,
866.122 more than the original estimates
sent in scon after Congress convened.
MORE FOR PEARL. HARBOR.— To pre
vent a serious setback to the development
of the Pearl Harbor (Hawaii) naval station
through exhaustion of the regular appro
priation of $1,000,000 by February 1, Sec
retary Meyer to-day sent a deficiency esti
mate of $300,000 toward completing the
dredging of the 35-foot channel for the sta
tion. Secretary Meyer hopes to have the
station ready to take care of the fleet by
July 1, 1913. The general plan of piers
and slips, sea walls, railroad, water system,
power plant, storehouse and machine shops
there already has been approved.
NEW KIND OF SAILOR.— How th«
character of seamen has entirely changed
in the last ten or fifteen years is pointed
out in a statement by Secretary Meyer
to the House Committee on Naval Affairs.
"What the old navy wanted," said Mr.
Meyer, "was a sailor— a man who had been
before the mast, a man who could run up
the masi with readiness, unfurl the sails
and be an all around man. What the navy
wants to-day L- not that class of man who
is set in his ideas, but we want young men
■who can be trained to manage the mechani
cal features of a modern battleship. An
Inland man is often better than a man from
near the sea, because he comes with no
preconceived ideas and learns what he is
tausht. He should have the faculty for
acquiring knowledge of electricity, mechan
ical and machinery work, because our great
battleships to-day are nothing more or less
than gre*.t big moving ma-chine shops."
TO JOIN ASIATIC FLEET.— The cruiser
New Orleans, under Commander Rodger
Wells, now at the Mare Island Navy Yard,
has been ordered to join the Asiatic fleet.
She will proceed via Honolulu, Guam
and Yokahama. On the arrival of the
Pacific fleet at Honolulu, about February 1,
Rear Admiral Sebree, the commander in
chief, will transfer hla flag from the Ten
nessee to the California or the South Da
kota. The Tennessee and the Washington
will : en proceed direct from Honolulu to
the Pug^et Sound navy yard, where they
will be put in trim for the trip around the
Horn to join the special cruiser squadron
on its visit to Buenos Ayres on the occa
sion of the centennial celebration of the
independence of Argentina.
HAZING PENALTY TOO SEVERE.—
The military authorities deprecate the pro
posed restoration by legislation to the Mili
tary Academy of any of the cadets dis
missed from that institution for alleged
hazing. They say that in the interest of
discipline, regardless of whatever exten
uating circumstances may be proved in be
half of the young men. Congress should re
frain from retreating. The Secretary of
War and the superintendent of the Mili
tary Academy do favor, however, a modi
fication of the existing law so as to au
thorize official discretion in imposing pun
ishment in the case of cadets found guilty
of hazing, as has been urged editorially in
The Tribune. It is appreciated that that
term may be applied to ail sorts of mis
conduct of widely varying degrees of vio
lation of the academic rules, but under the
law the authorities at West Point and the
Secretary of War have no power to mod
ify the penalty. If the cadet has hazed,
he must be dismissed. The only way out
of the difficulty is to disregard what may
properly be classed as hazing in order that
the cadet may not suffer the severe pun
ishment of dismissal. If any of the dis
missed cadets are restored to the Military
Academy, however, it will be, it is feared,
harmful to discipline at West Point, ac
cording to the view expressed by th* head
of the institution. Colonel 11. L. Scott.
ORDERS ISSUED.— The following orders
have been issued:
ARMY.
Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM K. CRAIGIIILL,
corps •■: engineers, to Washington, report
to Secretary >■( Commerce and Labor, as en
gineer a«cr*tary of Lught house Board, vie
Colonel THOMAS U CASEY, corps of en
gineers, report In person to chief of engineers
for duty.
Following changes in stations and duties of m
si"-ft'ors general ordered: Lieutenant Polonel
FRANCIS P. FRENCH, from the Philippine*
March 15. to San Francisco; Major TYIIEJB
R. RIVERS, from Department of Texas, to
Sun Francisco, sailing April 5 for th« Philip
pines; Major MOSES <; ZAUNSKI. quar-
■ master, from office quartermaster general
January 12. to New York City and assume
charge " general depot of quartermaster's de
partment, relieving Colonel WILLIAM S.
PATTEN, assistant quartermaster general.
Captain FREDERICK G. LAWTON. lath In
tent!-, rrom Tort i:::«s to his company at
the rrtihidio. of fc-an Francisco.
Captain WJLLiAAI „. .\ lC K.J/Nr:, m<"lirai
corps. ircm general hospital. Presidio of San
Francisco, to Fort Niagara, to command
Company C, hospital corps, vice Captain
ROBKRT C. PATTERSON, medical corps.
to Fort Banks.
Leaves of absence: Captain JAMES F. HALL,
medical corps. twenty-on« days; Captain
EDWARD C. CAIIEY. paymaster, one month
and twenty days; First Lieutenant REGI
NALD H. KELLEY. 4th Infantry, three
months.
XAVY.
Captain C. THOMAS, detached third lighthouse
district, Tompkinsville; to duty as president
'..•>tr<l of inspection and survey for chips,
Washington.
Commander C. M. KNEPPER, detached bureau
of ordnance; to duty with Asiatic fteet.
Commander E. W. EBERLE, detached com
mandam training station. Sun Francisco,
and command the Pcnsacola; to command the
Milwaukee.
Lieutenant D. P. MANNIX. detach* <l navy yard.
Philadelphia; to New York Shipbuilding
Company. Camdcn.
Paymaster J. J. CHEATHAM. detached naval
station. Cavlt£; hom<\ await orders.
Paymaster J. F. HATCH, detAChod navy yard
Mare Island; to naval station. Cavil*.
Paesad Assistant Paymaster K. H. TEBEAU.
detached navy yard. New York; to navy
yard, Mare Island.
MOVEMENTS OF WARSHIPS. —
following movements of vessels have been
reported to the Navy Department:
ARRIVED.
Jan. 4. Tb* Tacoma, at Bocas del Toro.
Jan. — The Vloksbur*. *t iSnlina Cruz; th»
Marietta, at Port Limon.
Jan. 7.— The Glacier, at Nagasaki.
SAILED.
Jan. B.— T"ne Ta<oma, from Boots del Toro, for
Grey town; the Mayflower, from Santiago eje
Cuba for Havana; the Arethue*, from Mar«»
Inland for Panama: the Mars, the Vulcan
and the Hector, from Hampton Roads for
(■Jiiantaiiaino: th« Marietta, from Boca* <*el
Toro for Pert Limon.
Jan. 7.— The Glacier, from Nogaeslsi for Yoko
hama.
Ths nev*>nth torpedo division of the Atlantic
fleet baa been 'iij.a . 7<l and will consist of the
FiM'h (flap boat), the pr-BjoTi, .the rinnK-r. the
Reid and the Vnmeuti (when commissioned).
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JANXARY 8. 1910
Two of the QUALITY ADS.
IN TO-DAY'S
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
ECSrMISS REPRESENT ATn"E. active: »it
Fork, Boston. Philadelphia ; leading Hotel
Magazine. Call or write The Caterer, 1105
Broadway, New York.
Female.
AN educated stenographer, typewriter and
letter writer. Apply, In writing. Empire. 48
West Broadway.
READ THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
CANVASSERS.
New Newspaper Premium
Proposition.
Permanent employment, with guaran
teed salary and carfare paid weekly, and
liberal commission in addition. Best
offer in the cUy for experienced news
paper, book aiid mazarine men who are
adapted to ffftcc and factory or house
to-hous<» work: five orders a <3ay will
earn $30.00 per week. Call between 8
a. m. and 1 p. m.
WILLIAM H. GUTELIUS.
Room 323. Tribune Building-. New York.
ADVKKTJSLNG .MAN" ACER for very large.
prominent manufacturing concern in New Y.ork
City; salary to start, $1,500. Mljhlll (Position
Broker), Flat Iron Building.
AGENTS^ — Something new; for horseman, auto
mobile, housekeeper, store; 2-cent stamp for
— -orklng sample. Emanon Specialty Co., 275
Broadway. '
AGENTS wonted to sell "The Organ" (music) "
tainple mailed for 10c. Gco. Mollnoux. 150 3th
aye.
AGENTS wanted to sell our "Pocket Edition"
(music); samples mailed for 10c. Geo. Moll
ncux. 150 sth aye.
AGENTS— Enterprising men. to handle attrac
tive accident Insurance proposition which sells
readily: liberal commissions. Room -. 44 West
tgth st.
AGENTS wanted to represent a successful twin
grip garter house; call or write at once. Lantz.
1026 Broadway.
AGENTS making" $4() to $50 weekly selling
clears on our plan; iavestlgate our proposition
personally. Cash Cigar Co.. 271 Greenwich st.
AGENTS H~_ C. tire inflator; best and cheap
est.; 15 leads a day for intelligent workers and
a dignified, big, sure meney maker. Room 248.
1779 Broadway.
AGENTS— H. & C. tire inilator. $20; Hirers and
cools the gases; preserves tubes; always ready.
Room 248. 1779 Broadway.
AGENTS, male or male, to represent a photo
graphic concern; $0 per day. J. K. Cole, 174
Cth aye.
AGENTS to handle our teas, coffees and spices;
experience not necessary; build up a business
of your own. Call cr write. Burns & Reed. 209
Hudson st.
AN EXPERT BOOKKEEPER for textile in
dustry; $12 to start; references; particulars.
/., Box 40. Tribune Office.
BOOKKEEPER. — Thoroughly experienced man.
for set of double entry books: salary to start.
$25. Call, Mighill (position broker), Flatiron
Building.
BOOKKEEPER anted, must be thoroughly ex
perienced and reliable. Address B. X.. 104
East 14th at. .
BOY to loam photo-engraving; exceptional op
portunity. Williams Engraving Co.. 218 Fulton
rt.
BOYS (oflicei. 16 to 1H years, for bank: grammar
school graduates. National liJmnlorm^n: Ex
change. 47 West 42d st. "
BJtAKEMEN and FIREMEN (inexperienced)
wanted to prepare for employment on nearby
railroads; Increasing business. Call, or state
age. weight, height. Railway Association, Room
4<X> 200 Broadway.
BRA: TURNER. — First class speed lathe hand.
551 Pearl st.
BURNISHER. — Experienced on power lathe on
brass buttons; steady position for good man.
Echultz. Diamond, cor. Calyer St.. Greenpolnt.
BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVE, active: New
York. Boston. Philadelphia: leading ho^c. rr.aga
zlne. Call or write The. Caterer. 1495 Broadway.
BUTLER. English ; must understand valet's
work; $60. X.. Miss FitzGerald's Bureau, 513
r.th aye.: entrance 42d st.
liUTLERr— immediately, two; one
couple; wages $50 and $70. Astor Court Em
pioyment Bureau. 24 West S3d st
BUTLER and useful man for high class board
ing house; good references. MiflS Ft— (Gerald's
Employment Buieau, 503 6th aye.; entrance on
42d st.
CANVASSERS earn $15 weekly; rail and they
will teach you how; out of town write. Harris
Co.. IST.4 -'d aye.
CANVASSKRS.— SaIary and commission; per
manent positions for experienced, able Tien
V Y. Medical Service Co., 84 Broadway. Brook
lyn. :
CANVASSERS ani COLLECTORS, experienced
and learners; best terms to men of good
character. Colonial Life Ins. Co.. HO East 23<1 st.
CIRCULAR WRITSR. advertising man. corr"-
C?ondent. Engineering Teohnlcal graouate.
$1,500. Mlghill (position broker). Flatiron Bulld
lng. '
CLEAN-CUT Christian boy; salary $5 to $7;
must have good reference and be very bright.
Jupp Exchang". 87 Nassau ?t.
CLERKS, young men, for bank: must have had
one year's bank ►xperienr*-. National Employ
ment Exchange. 47 West 42d St.
CLEHKS for fire Insurance company; clean-cut
young men; accurate at figures. Credential
Employment Corporation (established 1044), _."3
Broadway.
DISTRICT MANAGERS JIOO.OOO.OO com
pany, r-xtendinK old established buslnesH.
wants energetic, honest men to control new
territory. Creamer, Nr.tional CaFualty Co.,
150 Nassau st.
DRAFTSMAN — Architectural; must have had ex
perience in furniture. National Employment
TCxchange. 47 West 42d st.
FIVE young business men. honest and energetic.
to start In the advertising department of a
real newspaper. Call for interview. Room 421.
Tribune Siilld after 2 p. m.
LIVE. ENERGETIC MEN to handle new, at
tractive proposition; quick returns to ri»?ht
parties. Apply American Agents' Corporation,
165 Broadway.
MAN WANTED to sell nearby lots: instal
ments; big proposition; good pay; high com
mission advance { experience unnecessarj-. S. k..
Bos 32. Tribune Office. ,
MEN — Cheap^Rt pa»sa^»? London. Liverpool <no»
ton cattle attendants); railroad tickets. Agency.
Sfl Canal Si
MEN WAXTISD: chfap pa««atrr?; London, Liver
pool, feeding cattle; fast steamers from N. 'v
York oireet. Ajcenev. >'*o (Greenwich st.
MEN — Cheap passage; feed cattle London, Uv
erpool. from New York. International Ship
plng <">fnc". 16 Greenwich st.
MEN tired working for others. l<»t us start you
In business for yourselves; strictly legitimate.
Manager. K..i»tn !>I7. 277 Broadway.
MEN and WOMEN to recommend prospective
customers for nearby lots; good pay; all or
spare time, investigate. B. R., Box 9, Tribune
Office.
RETfRED MINISTER, in or out of New York.
who would like to increase his income In a
dlKnfled and honorable business, apply to A. D.
Holland. lOaw Times Building.
PAPER RULER.
J. E. LINDE. B*ekman and Cliff tti.
SALES and DETAIL MAN. who thoroughly un
derstands selling surgical supplies to hospitals
and physicians. Address by letter, S. V., Trib
une Office.
SALESMAN with horse aenst:. who likes horses,
to pell horse remedies to hois, owners; per
manert position Dem Mfg., 181 East .14th M.
BALEBMEN for flreroom specialty; salary and
commission; first class men wanted: state »go.
experience, salary wanted. F. 8. Box 17, Trib
une Office.
SALESMEN* to sell ideal Long Island busalow
oil's. $100 each; eauy monthly terms; liberal
commlvsion. Port Jcffejson Realty Co.. <t5 West
34th st.
SALESMAN for permanent position with old
established house: spring- orders now being
made; salary or commission weekly. Apply to
day. North JcrM>y Nurseries, Newark. N. J.
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT for larjje audit com
pany in New York: must be thoroughly ex
perienced; $2,000. MiEhill (Position Broker).
Flat iron Building
STENOGRAPHER for manufacturing how*: $15
to start; good opportunity. Mighill (pos'tlon
broker). Flat iron Building.
STENOGRAPHER, assistant bookkeeper. $7;
chance for rapid advancement: steady position
fait ntehl Exchange, M Nassau at.
STENOGRAPHER— -Clean-cut American: com
mercial house, fit); Christian, for law offle«v
$12: always have positions for men. Jupp Ex
change. 87 Nariau at. _J __________
eTKNOortAPHKK— Young man. thoroughly »_
perienced In general office work: good oppor
tunity for right man; #20. Mighlll 'Position
Droker), riattron Dnlldlnc
STOCK CLEHK— Yeumr man; rm»«t be. thor
oughly experienced In hardware. National Em
ploynv-nt Exchange. 47 West 42il «t.
TWO CITY SALESMEN wanted by manufact
urer: exrlunlvo territory will hi given «ood.
eapnblu men; splendid future. Room 721. Vril>
onq Building.
TWO hALEBMEN', who .ir< us*] :«i doing busi
ness for strong Long Island real estate cor
poratlon Call 10 a. m.. Suite Mfc JSU 3l - mv
HELP WANTED.
Female.
AGENTS can clear 100 per cent selling Millar
Sisters' Beaut lfter at 50 • nts per Jar. Write
Miller Sirters, 1777 Broadway.
AN EDUCATED steroßrapher. typewriter and
letter writer. Apply in writing, Empire. 4S
West Broadway.
ATTENDANTS, female, for strictly private sani
tarium, near city; permanent employment; rail
road fare paid. Irwin Nurses' Registry. 77
West 11th st.
CANVASSER for laundry. 2471 Bth aye., near
133 d st. -_
CAPABLE HOUSEKEEPER required: country:
15 servants; English preferred. Bureau of
Social Requirements, 6 East 4.3d St.
CHAMBERMAID and laundress; German or
Swedish: three In family; city. Miss Fltz-
Gerald'g Employment Bureau, 503 Sth aye.;
entrance on 42d st.
CHAMBERMAID AND WAITRESS, young and
neat, wanted for family of four; private house:
Scandinavian preferred. Schroeder's Bureau. 730
I^xlngton aye.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS. German;
wages $22. At Lind's Employment Agency,
729 Lexington avg.. between sSth and 59th sts.
COOK. — Young capable cook and laundress want
ed for family of four: private house; Scan
dinavian preferred. SchroederJs Bureau. 730
Lexington aye.
COOK wanted immediately; also chambermaid.
laundress and waitress. Astor Court Employ
ment Bureau. 24 West 33d st.
COOK, Irish; one in family; gcod references; $35.
Miss FitzGerald's Employment Bureau. 503 6th
ay. ; entrance on -12d st.
COOK. — Competent: wages. 360; must have city
references; immediately. Mrs. Dickinson's Co
operative Employment Bureau. 331 Madison aye.,
corner 43d st.
FEEDERS.— RuIing machine.
_ J. E. Ltnde. Beekmitn and Cliff ets.
FEMALE FEEDERS on ruling machine. W. H.
C. Co.. 407 Pearl St.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted Immediately: $25. Mrs.
Neilson's Bureau. 503 sth aye., Room 300. 42<1
st. entrance.
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. family of two.
apartment: wages $20.' Yorkvllle Employment
Bureau. 1235 Lexington aye. Tel, 1210 — Lenox.
HOUSEWORK Neat, middle aged woman; three
adults; no washing; $20 monthly; near city.
Ira-ln's Bureau. 77 West 11th st,
HOUSEWORK. — Two in family; no charaber
work; plain cooking: first class city apart
ment: 525 monthly. _-___'■ Bureau, 77 West
13th at.
HOUSEWORKER, for apartment; throe In fam
ily; $25-S3O: no laundry- Miss FitzGerald's
Employment Bureau, 503 sth aye.: entrance on
42d st
LAUNDRESS ANT) CHAMBERMAID wanted im
mediately. Mrs. Dickinson's Co-operative Em
ployment Bureau, 331 Madison avo.. cor. 43d at.
LAUNDRESS, Swedish or German"; three in
family; city; $30. M'ss Fitzgerald's Eir.ptiiy
ment Bureau. 503 "th aye.; entrance on 42d st.
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN for light housework.
Inquire Stern's Dancing School, Broadway, cor
ner Myrtle aye.. Brooklyn.
NURSE!, German, for two children, six and c!*ht
years. H.. Miss FitzGe.rald'B Bureau. 303 sth
avo.; entrance 42c! Ft.
NURSE for two children. 3 and I 1:I 1 : years; must
be willing; $2.".. Miss FitzGerald's Employ
ment Bureau. 503 sth ay«. ; entrance or. 42d st.
NURSE for one child, three ya*rs; must know
how to sew. MUs FitzGerald's Employment
Bureau, &>3 Bth av^. : entrance on 42d at.
NURSE. German, for child of four; $25. iliss
FitzGerald's Employment Bureau. 303 sth a.vo.;
: entrance on 4-'fl st .
j OFB'ICE wbItKER. young woman: very good at
detail work; good penman; capable of super
' vising; good salary. Jupp Exchange. 87 Nassau
at. '
OPERATORS on flags; also on white goods;
steady positions and good pay. Address or call
' Annln & Co.. 99 Fulton st.
I RI>PECTABLE middle aged woman can have
I good home and $12 per month; plain cooking;
j yniall family. :;i>fi West liath st.
' SEAMSTRESS and light chamberwork; willing
I to go out with young girl. Miss FitzGerald's
Employment Bureau, 503 sth aye. ; entrance on
42d st.
SHOES. — Lining maker on fine shoes. Bakers,
«47 Lexington aye.. Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER, for commercial house, sal
ary $12, another, $15; uptown position. $6, for
! btgirncr. Jupp Exchange. 87 Nassau st. r
I TWO GIRLS; cook and laid-wal tress;
: for country. Miss FitzGerald's Employment
P.uroau. 503 uth av.\; entrance en 42d st.
j WANTED. — woman for church w..riv.
downtown; must sing and play. Address E»ald
j f.Mn. Station B. city.
j WORK WANTED.
Male.
ACCOUNTANT. EXPERT.
; desires engagement opening, closing or bal
ancinc bocks. Auditor. Box 5. Tribune Office.
ARTIST. SCULPTOR, first class designer, dec-"
orator, best reputation, references, requests
I orders or *omebcdy who COUld recommend in
better 11 .Till iff. J. Andre. 12&7 Lexington aye.
BOOKKEEPER or SECRETARY. — Elderly;
long experience; part time: hours to suit;
: unquestionable city references. C. Howard,
I 803 Eagle are.. Bronx.
! CHAUFFEUR. — Eight years' experience; mar
ried; age. 3.1 years; good reference. Ber
i narrl. 147 l»th ay»., Long Island City.
CJIAUFFEUB. — young man. nice appearance.
wishes position: 4 years' experience; b*-«* of
references Address T. StarkofT. 3 Morria st.
CHAUFFEUR. Scotch, expert driver and me
chanic, 12 years' experience, 7 years' private
references; steks situation: private, anywhere;
toured Europe, France. Italy; moderate wage.
Napier. 116 Webster ay.. Yonkere. N. T.
CHAUFFEUR.— ; first- clues operator, of
long experience, open for encasement. J.
KUemerata, Box 118. Port Washington, Long
Inland.
CHAUFFEUR. •'!*.': expert driver, machinist; re
pair any make car; sober, honest: best refer
ences; expectation! moderate. Baniel Schlaefer.
ISO Tompkins^ve-.^rooklyn^
CHAUFFEUR." 25; •thoroughly experienced driver,
expert machinist, on any foreign or American
cars; sober habits: good appearance; moderate
expectations. Benedict Mandelburjj, 226 South
2'i ■;.. Brooklyn.
CHAUFFEUR on private car or truck; s>>"ii ret
er»n^a. Fred Wfils»^rt. 047 Sth aye.
CHAUFFKUR. — Al mechanic, careful driver!
reliable; references; city; country. Address
J. M.. 10* East 14th.
DECORATOR. — Painting, paperhanginsr. all
branches; hardwood floors r^Hnished like new,
by day or piece. Kay. 1173 4M St., Brooklyn. _
DRAFTSMAN (mechanical), first class, wants
extra work. Address J. S., Box 30, Tribune
Office.
"FIREMAN, first class; oiler; any machine; at
tend steam or water ami the holler, (r help
engineer: 6 years' New York experience: no
license; steady position. Pete Hays. m Cherry at.
MAN (45), experienced in various business
branches, including offlee work, would like to
fet inside position at anything: moderate salary.
'. 8.. 336 East 6«th st.
PAINTER, paperbancer. kalsominer, hardwood
finisher; furniture polished; will work cheap;
landlord or private reference. Brumby, 33 East
ISOth 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.
HAZLETT. Box 814. Weytneld. N. J.
SALESMAN- — Ten years' experience. New
England states, with grocers and wholesale
confectioners: beat references and bond. .W..
2fl.°. West I'-'fith St.. Tribune OlHce.
YOUNG MAN, 18. educated, willing and ambi
tious, wishes position w!t>i chance of ad
vancement. Morris ftohel. 113 Enst lOSth st.
YOUNG MAN (14 >. energetic, willing, am
bitious; goad appearance and address, srood
penman. a.. Pox 40. Tribune Olflco.
WORK of any kind, by strong young married
man. for a moderate salnry; has references a3
to honesty, willingness and ability. Address M.
Stevenson. 003 Woodward a\e.. KldB«wood.
Brooklyn.
Female.
ANY SPECIAL COMMISSIONS attended to. eUy
or cut of town Writ Dowlinß. 881 West
100 th M. Telephone 177 Audubon. mornings
(private wire).
DRESSMAKER. — Formerly with B. Altman &
Co.; excellent fitter, cutter, designer; princess
coats; remodelling; by th» day; moderate. Ad
drefg. Dressni»kcr._ggO%Veßt 14th st.
GOVKK.VES3. — North German; pood llnt;iil«r
5 years' excellent reference : wskci f3O to $38:
city or country. ludustrlaJ Association, Inc. 0
East -! at.
STKN 6r. n A P HER Young Christian lady: good
education; excellent references and experience;
doe« well anything she attempt*. P. O. Box
1045. New York.
bTEXdfinAPIIER^Tu-rbiTir'Tl^hirJrntii; faithful
ness, expe<lltiouan.<Be, accuracy, neatness;
muni woman of Rood business training: t*»t
sily-l e i^ir nfe '»- Columbia. P. O. Box 1045.
WOMAN. Ba. m millinery estabiUhment »a
trimmer; neat and pr*poM«&slns in appearance;
would assist in show room, huving had «xp«rl
enrn as Haleuwoman. AdOrMS Reliable. Bo» 13,
iriuiin* utSca,
DOMESTIC SITU ATI C^NS^ WANTED
' " Male. ~
BUTLER. COOK. &c— Couple; man Japa
nese, wife Fench; man as butler and valet,
wife cook, lady's maid or «ov«rn«g. excellent
references; city or country. 5 East 42d st.
BUTLEh. MAID. &c— Couple; "Japanese
and French; man butler ami* valet; wife first
class lady's maid or governess; excellent refer
ences; city or country. Industrial Association.
Inc.. 9 East 42d at.
COUPLE.— English; excellent cook. laundress;
man butkr. useful; excellent references; city
or country; $45-120. Industrial Association, 9
East 42d st :
COUPLE.— Gardener; take are gentleman's
place, city or country; any suitable position;
good references. G. X., care of Gallagher, 424
West r>7t:i st.
FARM SUPERINTENDENT.— Married; i>-pext
In all brances farm work, butter making
dairying, poultry, gardening, horticulture. breed-
Ins, making roads: unexceptionable refor&aces.
Fxrert. Odell's Agency. Si" 6th aye.
GARDENER (head), 3». married, wishes to take
rh.irne of country estate: nine years' personal
reference from last employer. R. C, 221 3cher
n'erhorn st.. Brooklyn.
GARDENEI' Single; thoroughly uudei-rir. as*
growing vegetables. fivMSflra. care cold
frames. ..pruning", ""horse, cow. general work
place; best references, personal and written.
F.. 300 Weßt 117 th at.
G.ARLENER.— greenhouse, cold frames.
Cowers and vegetables of all varieties: refer
ences will bear strictest investigation. Address
Gardener. Odell's Agency. 525 6th aye.
GERMAN COUPLE: economical workers; de
sire full charge kitchen; club, hotel or first
class institution; carver, etc.; wife excellent
conk. Industrial Association. Inc.. M East 43d st.
JAPANESE Valet or Butler; first clan*. 10 years "
excellent references; city or country. Indus
trial Association, 0 East 42d at. Telephone 2!n<s
Murray Hill.
CSI2FUL MAN, — By young colored man; in pri
vate family; two years' sth ove. reference;
country preferred. Address George, care it W.
Scott 2 West 38th st.
YOUNG MAN. -7; to clean autcs in private
family and be generally useful; reference. Ad
dress Useful. Bos 78, 1152 Myrtle aye.. Brooklyn.
Ferrr le.
COOK — claw, excellent baker and man
a_*er; highest city reference; Finnish; city
or country. Jusslla Bureau, 6SO Lexington
av>.. Telephone 4453 Plaza.
HOUSEKEEPER. — For bachelors "or elderly
couple; middle aged woman; rettned: exce.lent
references. Call or address L. V. SIS Trinity
av»:-.. The Bronx.
HOUSEKEEPER and MOTHER'S HELPER.—
By refined, educated English woman; wages
$30: good references; city or country. Indus
. trial Association. 9 East 42d st.
LI<JHT HOCbEWORK and care of children: by
neat young married woman, husband seeking
employment. Address Janie. 310 East !gd St. .
LADY'S MAlD.— Swiss; thoroughly experienced:
first-class seamstress: three years' excellent
reference; |25-s3«>; city or country. Industrial
Association, 0 East 42d st.
NURSE. — E_tpeienced German nurse; children
aged from 3 to C; good English; six years ref
erence from last employer. M., Miss FltzGer
ald'B Bureau. 50:1 sth aye.. entrance 42d st.
BEAM9TRESS. Ass.st with ehamberwork: reli
able. trustworthy woman: willing to be gener
ally useful; good seamstress. O. L!.. Miss Fita-
Gera Id] r.ureau. 503 sth a\-e. : entrance 42<i st.
TRAINED NURSE. — Permanent position with
invalid adult or child; would travel; reason
able terms: best references. L. G., Tribune
Uptown Office, 1301 Broadway.
WAITRESS. — Scotch; first-class; willing to as
sist chamnnwork; wages. $25; four years* ex
cellent references: city or country. Industrial
Association, i) East 4-.1 st.
WORKING HOUSE-KEEPER.— Capable Anaerl
ran woman; excellent cook, gcod manager;
will take entire charge of apartment or house;
first class references. R.. Miss FitzGerald's Bu_
rean. 503 Bt_ aye. (entrance in 4_d st.).
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER. Danish, young
woman, wishes position in bachelor's apart.
nv-nts: excellent cook; first class references.
Hansen. 121 East :»Qth sf.
YOUNG GIRL. — North German; nurse to grown
„ children; 3 years' excellent reference; city or
country. Industrial Association. Inc., ft East
4-(\ st. Telenhone 2W! %r;i;T3v Hill
DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
ROLL TOP
DESKS
OFFICE
• FURNITURE
te great variety ot
style and price.
T. G. SI_L_W.
11l Fulton St.
RETIRING. — Sale office furniture bookcases,
chairs, desks every description. ALFRED
TIGAR. 104 William st.
RESORTS. "~
>"EW JERSEY.
' QGarlborouQb^lTcnDciia
! The Leading Resort House of the World I
Particularly Attractive Darin;
• Atlantic's Great Winter and Spring Season ,
(Exteadins from OGCEMJJER to JUN'E>
! The house holds UIM> Guests and has 400
prtrate baths, each with sea and fresh
water. White service, In both Vmerican
' plan and a la Carte dining Rooms. Ex- :
luislte music. Golf. Rolling* Chairs, Thea
tres. Ownership Management
JOSIAH WHITE _ SONS COMPANY. I
BALENHAL.L
r".oTEI;»SANAToRIUMS-v A «
Owing to our Tonic and Curative Baths and
exceptional Table and Service, we are always
busy.
': ■ N. Y. office. 1122 Broadway.
MOTEL MORTON
VIRGINIA AYE., NEAR BEACH,
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
Open all the year. Fine table. Suites with
private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
sanitary arrangements. Elevator to all Hoars.
Special rates for winter. Capacity 250.
Mrs. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Proprietor.
__T__rsf^l_3
WIHTE»imS»T*T(.\ITIC city 4^? afU§Hfr»,
HOTEL DS V.VI3 iire;tlsr on th* ocean front,
ii always op^nani is an ideal tunj for the
vVinter guest, WALTER J. B UZBY
TEXAS. '•
TKe Menger
Facing the Historic Alamo Plaza.
San Antonio's most Beautiful,
Comfortable and Convenient Hotel.
First class in all its appointments,
world famed for its cuisine service
and charming Tropical Courts and
Surroundings. The rendezvous of
the cultured and travelled Tourist.
Address' W. C. BRUCE, Manager,
San Antonio, Texas.
, Virginia!
OLD POINT COMFORT.
HOTEL CHAMBER! .IN.
THE COMPLETE TEAR-ROUND RESORT.
Golf, Tennis, Boating. Dancing,
Military Drills. Naval Manoeuvres.
The most magnificent sea water swimming pool
in America.
A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF MEDICINAL
BATHS. RECOMMENDED BY EMINENT
PHYSICIANS.
Reservations and all information at Hotel
Chamberiin office. 1122 Broadway, "phono 1872 —
Madison Square; or. address
GEO. F. ADAMS. M«r.. Tortr_s Monroe. Va,
GEORGIA.
' HAMPTON TERRACE >
AUGUSTA. GEORGIA
Most mag-niticently furnished Winter Rer-ir-.
Hotel in America. Ideal winter climate.
Unexcelled cuisine. Splendid orchestra.
IS-hole (rolf course on hotel grounds. New
automobile roads. Write for booklet.
New York Office. 2SI Fifth Aye.
\
.NOKTH CAROLINA.
nOTEI.
REDSPRINSS MM e-,sr%.e -,sr%.
Ideal Health and Pleasure Resort. Hunting
Grounds fiO.ooo Acres). Guides. Entirely New
Every possible convenience; select table: R*d
KprlnKs Water loins stomach and kidney
troubles), $2 up daily Booklet.
NT HEX PRICE. My
lurid A.
ONLY SUNSHINE AND CON'TETN'TMENT
ON TUP E^ST ro '«T OF P'nßin>
TYPEWRITING AVD TYPEWRITERS.
--^jgt^ TVI'KWKITKKS. all nmkes; r^nt
PalP •"' S3 nv-n'.h: $100 rn.Tchtn.-T $|.%.
»Sr»»VIJ • " >n ' rt montTiv rental allowed If
mBwP^P PurrhiiKi.l Typewriter Stlcj C*
'i vv u l lil .11 mo auu makes. $10 to wo:
II r I II 1 1 II HOH OrO rr ' nte «J. bmight. rerairei
I I 1 HI HI Llll) Eagle T. Co.. TO Duane St.
"VICTOR \ laIBLE. ,v Nassau ai caiittujrus
fie*, all mmte-j taken i art payment. tiartnins
tn Underwoodt. Ht>mtnKtana Olivers. Smiths
REMINGTON 50.n0; Oliver. «lß.io : Smith and
tuhl... SSS.OO; tfuarantoe.i 3358 Berkman.
RMrheini. • . uw
A DVEIITISKME.VTd AND SUBSCUIPTIONd
"fa \? c .S ll 'l,' 11 ' ****** at their Vpto-vn
orne*. no, i.iti4 nroadway. between ::rith and
37th «... until 0 o'clock p.' in. AdverUsements
reeelveii at th« following branch otll.-«a at
rasater • •'!'•■« rate* until a o'clock p. m vli •
[ m »t«» «v«. s. c. cur 23d «L . 15» «th avV
TIME TABLES.
HAMBURG AMERICAN
CRUISES DE-LUXE REGULAR SERVICES
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VlnwlllllAl I London- Paris— nambor*
I*SJRG_!ST .->l> FINEST STEAMSHIP S. S , AM ERIK A TONH.
. EVER SENT TO THE ORIENT. !■*•»_» >ew York. Feb. 12. 11 A. M.
1 17 000 TOMS IT_s siella* Wits Cailisa a. la Cart* Heet-ueaaX.
* Gymnasium. Siec. Baths, Elarator. Palm Garden.
nnirilT ODlllOr enns v *.5 Jan - *• 3 i-M F-h. 13
IIU I L |\| 1 I.KIIIXI- <Gra: Waloeteee. Jan. W. jP»nnay!van!a.. i»_ »
IJillL-11l UniJIU-. 'L^*- — -** to •■•—«. » lo»a7*a.ders*e.Je», _•
Will- •11 I WUWIWIi •Prea. Graa: Feb. » I tK-.s'n Aug. I .__■ 5
The Hamburg-American U-_l we!!- Hamburg direct. «Omits Plymouth. j
known steamer will make a cruise to §•*_-_■-„ A\ll_ TSlir ar;i_ '
mWi^sM the Italy JS™£ Ni|c
■ D BS^ays $ 325 '•* EEQITEHSAIIILftH SERVICE
, fftj t . „. w- .'■■■' Tsa sp«ra4l_ja^B ■taaajaahj*
Inclndrna; landin* an<J emba.-itiaa CIPCWJ-S-B Jan. ist is .*. M.: ll\Mßnio,
"B^ l^*- *■•*. 15. March 2): DAT»«^ Mar«& 5. £c.
Also other cruises to the West KWa^^S^S:
Indies, South America, etc. Tours ggJß^-y **»*££* +
in Egypt and the Holy Land. v w« up the mm «hrou_h ectpt.
Send for new illustrated booklet. I_U%V_l_Eß»' checks issued.
Tourist n»nt fry- Trios Everra_Hß
UAMBCRG- A-H_niC VX I.TST. 41-1.-, Broaaway. S 1
BOSTON AND POIMTS iN
duo iv n NEW MSUMO
LONG ISUXD SOUND ROUTES
FALL. RIVER UNE. Via Ne~nort «nd rm!)
River. Lt. Pier It. N . R . Warren «..
week days and Sundays. s*) p. M. 9tr».
PROVIDE^CE and PRISCILLA. Orchestra on
each.
NORWICH LINE Via New London. L». Pier
40. N. R.. ft. Clarkaoo St.. week days, S:0O
P. M.; Pier 70, fi_ R.. ft. _. 22d St.. «:30
P. M. Strs. CITY OP UOW___. «• NEW
HA-IPSHIKE.
NEW HAVEN LINE!. For New Ha vert. Hart
ford. Springfield and North, w»elt _»..» ©Ely.
Leave Pier -8. E. R, 3:00 P. M- str. RICHARD
PECK.
Tickets, staterooms and taXormaOoa at Clt—
T.;ket Offlce. 171 Broadway, near Cor>:_ndt St.
Telephone 5! 21 Cortlanift. Also at V. Y.
Transfer ar.d Tourist Offleen ant at Pier*
EXCURSIONS.
Grand Winter Tours
TO SCXNT
CALIFORNIA
Parties will leave frequently for California
and visit Riverside. Redl&nds. San Diego, Pas
adena. Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Santa
Cruz. Monterey. San Jost', San Francisco, etc.
The return Journey Includes the Sierra NevaUa
by daylight. Salt Lake City. the Gorges and
Canons of Colorado, Denver, M— nitoa Springs
and the Garden, of the Gods. Leisurely so
journs will be mode at the various places.
Business men and their families and ladles can
see all important points without wasta of tine
travelling luxuriously under escort of expert
enced conductors the entire trip. Stop-orer
privilege-. Tickets nine months' limit.
OTHER TOURS To Florida - **»
_»---__---_--__-_____■ Nassau. Porto
Rico, Mexico. Martii Gras Carnival.
Japan. Around the "World. Europe, etc
Railroad and Steamship Tickets Everywhere.
Send for book, nentlo-in. information de
sired.
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225 Fifth Avenue. N. T. TeL «2TO Madise-a Sq.
Boston. Philadelphia. Pittsburgh. Chfcaga. etc.
CARPET CLEANING.
N. Y. CARPET CLEANiNJ WOi.KS
Olacbi. __rgß«u Most JAotler-.
437 AND «3» WEST 46 TH 3T.
Tet ««*_ — — _rra_t. EsiaoUatasd 1357.
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(..'■HSFC'L 'CARPET CLEANING CO.— Cleans
by compressed air. steam, hand or on riser.
"..'ii Broadway, 421 Cast 4Sta M. COS _
BRANDT. Tel. 132— 88 th.
RECEIVER'S SALE.
RECEIVERS' SAKE.— NOTICE IS HEREBY
given, in pursuance. of an order of Hon. _.
Henry Lacombe. - Judge of the C. S. Circuit
Court for the Southern District of New York,
dated June 10th. JOO9, fn the cas<» of JACOB
F. MIERS vs. COLUMBIA MUTUAL BUILD
ING & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NEW TORK.
that the undersigned Receivers of said Asso
ciation will offer for sale for cash, without re
serve, at public auction, upon Wednesday. 12th
January. 1010. at 12:30 o'clock P. M.. at th«
Salesrooms Exchange. Nos. 14 and 16 Vesey
St.. N. V.. by Messrs. Adrian H. Muller _ Son.
New York, all the right, title and Interest of
said Receivers and of said Association In and
to all and singular tha following claims :n
favor of said Columbia Mutual Building _
Loan Association of New York:
Matilda Stewart, $263.39; Wm. R. Smith,
$73.5)1: Eugene M. Travis. $137.62; Rudolph
Neumann. $83.19; Rudolph Newmaon. $410.2&:
Alanson Van Cott, $0.73; N. S Albertsoa.
$23.50; John McC Walker. $193.42: Sophie G.
Albertaon. $16.11; Oeorge Coug-hlan. $-2.0*.
Andrea M. Danlelson. $50.51: Mary Van _He.
$01.30; Dr. B. S. Van Zlle, $170.02; Annie M.
Crelgfiton. $36.51; Annie M. Creighton. $38.51;
Albert W. Deianey. $136.94; William Hllke
meier. $2*. 04: Martin Helssentmttel. $15.17:
Martin HelssenbutteU $15.17; Martin Helssen
buttel. $1.54: Edlna E. Smith. $5*2.37- Maria
A. Stainch, $215.0-: Patrick M. Reaney. $10.66;
Daniel M. Post. $SBLlw; Robert S. Hall, $171.63.
Further particulars with reference to said
claims may be bad upon application at the
office of the undersigned. John Hanson Ken
nard. Room 3013. Singer Building. N. T-. or
at the office of Messrs. Adrian H. Muller i
Son. Auctioneers. No. 55 William St.. New
York.
JOHN' HANSON KENNARD.
JOHN J. TOWN SEN a.
Receivers.
r. ' ? : "T' .L & WTNSLOW. SoHeitors.
~ PUBLIC NOTICES. ,
" CONTRACT 52.
CATSKILL AQUEDUCT.
SEALED BIDS will be received by the
Board of Water Supply. In Room 910. 299
Broadway. New York, until 11 a. M. on Janu
ary 11. 1910. for Contract 52 for the construc
tion of portions of the White Plains division
of the Catsktll aqueduct. The work includes
three tunnels on th« hydraulic gradient aggre
gating 1-0 miles in length, one being 17 feet
tush by 13<4 feet wida inside and tw 17%
feet high by 13*4 feet wide inside: and about
'* 3 mil** of plain concrete conduit Known as
cui-and-cover aqueduct, 17% feet high by 13
feet wide Inside. The work is located in the
towns of Mt. Ple-_a~: and Gree-bursa. West
chester County. New York.
At the above time and place the bids will
be publicly opened and read. Pamphlets con
taining information for bidders and pamphlets
of contract drawings can be obtained at Room
006 at the above address by depositing the
sum of ten dollars (510) for eacb pampclot.
For further particulars see Information for
Bidden. ■
JOHN A. BENSEL. President;
CHARLES N. CHADWICK.
CHARL3S A. SHAW.
Commissioners of tho Board of Water Supply.
J. WALDO SMITH. Chief Enirtneer.
THOMAS HASSETT. Secretary.
-~ CONTRACT 88. ~~
CATSKILL AQUEDUCT.
SSALED BIDS will be received by the
Board of Water Supply. In Room 910, 209
Broadway, New York, until 11 A. M. on Jan
uary 18. 1910. for Contract 68 for the con
struction of seven steel pipe siphons, consist
ing of riveted steel shells ft feet 9 Inches and
11 feet 3 Inches nominal Inside diameter, en
veloped with concrete and lined with Portland
cem«-nt mortar, aggregating 2.6 miles; alto
several stretches of aqueduct In open cut _nd
on embankment or cut-and-cover aqueduct,
aggregating about 250 feet. The work is
located in the Towns of Yorktown, _Jt. Pleas
ant and Greenbursr. and the City of Yonkers.
Westchester County. New York.
At the above time asd place the bids will
be publicly opened and read. Pamphlets con
taining information for bidders and pamplets
of contract drawings can be obtained at Room
OOti (•• the above address by depositing th»
sum of Ten Dollars r$10) for each pamphlet.
For further particulars see Information for
Bidders. JQHN A -.e?-*-^ president:
JOHN A BEVS2L. President:
CHARLES N. CHADWICK,
CHARLES A. SHAW.
Commissioners of the Board of Water Supply
J. WALDO SMITH. Chief Engineer
ttioM\S W • S'JICTT. Seer»t«ir— •. ■ -■-
LOST— BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK NO. 545. of the Union Dime
Savings Bank Is miss ng. Any person havta»
a claim to It la hereby called upon to present
the same within ten days or submit to having
said pasatooVc cancelled and a new one issued.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 401.447 of Dry Dock Sav
ings Institution. Any person having claims
upon raid book is cat ed upon to present the
game to the bank within thirty days, or this
said book will be declared cancelled and extla
gulshed and a new one issued in lieu thereof.
LOST. — Bankbook No. •1,073, l*an_ for Savings,
280 4th aye.. New York. Payment slopped-
Please return book to bank.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SAVINGS BANK depoattora will learn nt seme
thing to their Immediate financial advantage by
addressing Depositor. Box 42. Tribune Offle*.
AMOVE ALL COMPETITORS— r*alisfactary
dealing. Prompt cash payments for eowplete
llbrariea or small collections of miscellaneous
literature can always bo obtained. HKNR\
MALKAN'. 42 Broadway. Telephone. ."SKX* nread.
BUSINESS CHANCES. _
AT A GREAT REDUCTION, printing of all
kinds: we can save you 30"*. Johnson Tress,
succaasors to Call Press m_ Fulton si. N' T.
TIME TABLES.
CUNARD LINES
From Piers 51-32-58. North River, » A. U.
LiverpMl 9err»r«. Calldi* •> Vtattsiamrd.
South Wale*.
Qaickist Baata ia Laaiai & Sails
Tla Flshycutrd.
Wednesday from New York
Monday is Load
iIACRETA>'UI-"- tUSITJCaJW.
Lart<»l. Fastest St*_n;iiip* *.3»«t. * \
Sail Wedn«a«_7S
Tftrerewi T«*e-raplu «übm»ria» Slcb»l*
Luattania Jan. 19 Slauretama. ...... F»b. •
CampanU Jan. 38 1 Campania - £*•>£!
Vmfcrta Fefc. S ; Cm&ria ...» **&.*»
Tfl IT 11 V FOCB SPECIAL CRCXSZ3L
ID liiLl Carmania * Caroaia
a .«»«« KacarScent New 20.0Otvr.QQ StT~«
£CQ VJ T Jaa. 3— Jan. ZS— Fea. 13— Ms*. a,
' (X Lull I Via .Uor*-». Madeira.
I Gibraltar.
ALSO TWO SPRrL\L CRHS* 1
■aXaMA TO ITALY. F«b. s— ifciu ».
UUXLUUAX-.UIKKICA* SZHVIC&
To FIUM£X via
| oiBSAZ.TAii. csncl\, Naples. T&IZ3TI.
Caronia. .. Jam. 8. nooa 1 ?*xcala F«*. ■
CBnaaab_j_n. 22 . noon Pannonla ...,F«a. 1M
Travel. era' cheeks l»*ued— good «rarywa«r«.
THE CI>ARI» STEAWSHIP >O LIB.
21-24 3tat« St.. cppo»lf th» >"«t
AMERICAS UK I<w "K. l i - lu
Ptrmouth — fherbwnm — S«athumptan.
K*w York .. Jan. *, Sr t,-u!» Jam. IS
•Adriatic Jan. PMtadelpnfa Smb. m
'" •-> Star netm«r fs*ra Pier 43. K. R.
BED ST« UK "-SI I*.**
„ New York — tufTeTrrn Pnri*.
Kroeaiaad Jan. 121 Finland -fe*> f
LapUa.l (a«-vKJan.22.H am, ViderUnd .?•&» I
WHITE STAR LIME s°£/S".v. a,
-N«w VoH» Quffytwn — Liverpool.
Baltic... Jar. 32. a pmtLatr-ntJo »-«» »...?•*. •
Flymoutli — Cherbourg — Esoothamstan.
* A TU ADRIATIC ?^g.
FROM NEW YGBKWEO. JAN. 12, 10 a.n_
t:ce-r Tork.J»a. 8. »am!+9t Kami* -Taa. IS
Adriatic. .Jaa. 12. 10 a 3»-rPWla*»lph.a... Jan. 9
••rl-an Line tt?am«r from Ptsr 15. >■". R.
Sg3s^°«* ITALY & E6YPT
Via Azor— •. Madeira ami Gibraltar.
Romanic. Jaa- 13. M). 2*
AnMc, Jan. iO Sp«eial Alexandria aailM«k •
Crettc Jan. 29. Mar. 12.
Celtic (20.804 Toae>. Feb. 2. ifar. 11
Cwo«c. Feb. IS. Mar 24.
Cedrie ( 21.035 Tons>. Feb. 16.
PASSENGER Of'ft' g. 9 BROADTTAT. J
Some Excellent Rooms
still on Sale for
CLARK'S CRUISE Of THE '•CUVOAND"
R 13,000 tons, brand new B~k
aad taperßlT fitted. 1 ■
OUND the WORLtI
FROM SAN FRANCISCO, FIB. 5, 1910.
O>*E STEAMER FOB THE EXTIBE CKCISX
i of neerry four months; costing only IC3O i=ii
tip. tßOludm* all necessary expens«»
KOCTE: Japaa. Cniaa. Philippines. B«rie«,
Jjva, Burma. India. Ceylon. E*ypt. Italy, etc
An turasaal chmace to rials nnnsnnllj attrac
tive ptarca.
I^aI" ORIENT CRUISE
February .1, 1919, by S. 8. •'Grosser Kurfuerst,"*
73 day*, including 34 days Egypt - sad Pal
estine. $409 up. -.r.r'riAtng So Cel J. taotm axeur
! stona. etc.
FRANK C. CLAKK. Trrae< Bldg. Sew Tartu
jIOBTH GERMAN LLOYD
Larse. Fast and X«ixariotte Twin-Screw
Express and Pa a? en jar ste^rr :»n lp».
Equipped with Wtreicas & aeUiiieillie matiaf
CIIERBOCBG— BREJECX.
Express paittaaa Tuesdays at 10 A. M.
Prtn* Fried. Wm. Jan. lSiKais«r Wm. dr. 3*ta.s
; Kronprinz Wm.lan. 23 f Kaiser Wm.der Gr.Mar.S
BREMEN DIRECT.
Twln-Scraw Sailmga Thursdays at 10 A. It
Zletea Jan. 2T »6. Washington. r»h. 24
Roon Fab. lOiHS-in...- Mar. 3
•Calls at Flysiouth and Cherbourg.
GTBR A LTA R — APLES — GENOA ALGIXR&
Mediterranean Sajlmge »»mrday» at 11 A St
Bar baroaaa ...... Jan. »itGr. Kurfuem Fea. »
•Berlin (new>...Jao. 20 K. Albert Fee. 33
•Omits Algiers. tOrieat Cntiee.
Indesendvnt Around the World Te«f«.
Traveller*' Cieeks good all ever the warts*
Appiy OELRICH3 A CO.. O«nenil Aaeata.
5 BROAD WAT. NBW TORK.
RED a *fl" I |_|C v. wan ay
For eaa Juaa. P. «-. La G^ayra. Pxa. CibeUa.
Curacao and Maracaibo. vi* Caraeaa.
Phi:adeipala. . Jan. 15 Caraeae. ...... ■ • .J*a. 70
For La Guayra. Curacao and Haneatbo.
; Z011a. . . . .Jan. 9 Maraca.ibo Jan. S3
Superior Acseinmcxiations for He>seengerfc
BUSS. DAJ-L«TT A CO..
j General Man—era. 83 Wail BL,
COOK'S rnms TO KXROPX
and the PA9SION PLAT at Ohwi I«ri— V
THO«. COOK 4 SON. 2*3. 1200 3*W3T.
fttft Madlscn Aye.. 563 >«ll A-*.. M«» Yerlc.
Twin Screw Steamers for Bermuda
A. E. Onterbrtdge A Co.. Agra. 29 B^ray. » T.
"TRAVEL." - booklet of wiaur tripa ■» all
reeorts Mailed free on rtqoest. SfjkSSTE&S
TOURS. 31 XT. 30th St.. K. T
SOt'THERN PACI7IC ST_H3«SHrP«.
MAKDI GRA9 SFECIAX, r<>(. X*.
1155. S6B. 1 Broadway. New Tart.
*^ — »^^— — —^— — —^-«—^^.^^
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
PARLOR and bedroom, aant'.some;;.' f-_-n:»he4T
piano, stean heat: a<»sr sub— -»y. T. 3ec!cer.
2on West «Tth st.
44TH ST.. -1« WEST— LKMHor-* oflcs other
rrmms. ~;*ptral location, near sab^ray.
WTH. 23:» WEST — Larje, pleasant front room.
nevrir furnished: aUo oilier rooms: contlaa
ou» hot water; bath.
•OTH ST.. 122 West Bachelor's »_p«rtor ao
commodatlona; bandaama roama; hlgix ClaM
\ house; quiet; refined, referescea.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
WESt END AYE.. »79. CORNER 1030 ST. —
Finest location New Tor-. blocs Hitct_U_b
ParJi. Drive and subway er;reu and tur'-ca
cars: beautiful fsralsiied rooms' privets bats*;
! telephones; superior table. ♦ „"■
i ,_■
NOTICE OF SUMMONS.
" SUPREME COURT OF TBS STATE OT
New York. New York Cocaty.— Suasion*, Ao
tion for Ahaalate Divorce, George JueiU-. PU__
ttff. against Helen Joseph. Defendant
To the above-named Defendant: Ton are here
by summoned to answer tie < c— ale Ita ii.it
' action, and to serve a copy of your answer on
Usa pla!at!.T» attorney witala tweaty days altar
the service bI this aummona. exclusive of the>
: day of service. and is case of your failure to
appear or answer. Judgment will be taken
; against you by default for Use relief demanded
. in the carnpla-Bt. »
Dated New York. February 10Ui 190&-
JOHN WILLIAM SMITH. PUtntUTs Attorney.
106-108 Fulton Street. Borooga of Manhattaa.
New Terlt City. flareec. Boreoyh ot Siaaaactaav
New Tfrtt City.
To Helm Joseph. th« Hi I ii-inl PiMlmu
The fareaelaaj summons U» served upon you by
j publication, pars-ant ro an order of Hon. Chartea
V. UacLean. one of the Justices of the B_pi me
C— urt of tne State of New York, (fated the 3e_
day of December, U»O9, and filed with the com
plaint la the office of the Clerk of the County
I of New York, at the County CSurt House, ta
j said County. In the State of New York, on Uea
7th liy of January. 1010. Ton— «. etc.
j JOHN 1 WILLIAM satiTH. Plaintiff* Attorney.
lOrt-10^ rnlton Street. Boroogh of Manhattan.
v m T-rk City.
SUWWOGATgeV NOTICES.
PL'nSUA.N'CE OF an ordbr OF HON.
Abner C. Thomaa. a 9nrre«ate of the County
i of New York. nauc* ta hereby s-Wen to all set—
; sona having claims -gainst Henry II Re*«ta>
' late of th« County of New Tor*. <_»re_a-i ta
', present the bum with vouchrra thereof to t_e>
! subscrtbera at their place of transacting' business)
at No. 28 Braadwav. m the Bonrash or M*chafr
! tan. City of New York, on or eel-fe tne twenty*
; fourth day of January. '010
Dated New York, --• slTt3«nta day of J«r/»
■ 190-. HENRY H. ROOERS.
JOHN W. STERLIXO. *
FARMERS* LOAN AND TRUST •__„
WALTER P. WLN'SOR.
Cs^cutom
JOHN A CARVER. JAMES M. BECK. At
torneys far Executors. 33 Wall Street, <er
nngh if Manhattan- ■■'v of v»v.- Torte.
FOR SALE.
DESKS, PARTITIONS TELETHONS BOOTHS,
tables, chairs, wardrob«a. mirrors. wall \x:~
or»«. bn.<ln«> furniture all kinds. TUCf •*
' BBOTHERS. 353 Broadway. 59 Fr-nkita ft
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