OCR Interpretation


New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, January 27, 1910, Image 11

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030214/1910-01-27/ed-1/seq-11/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 11

„tc*n Sits Co; $.\CrtO.
" *SStf«. *>"*" _ sand., 31 .v a « ail _ .
..-, «T ac, IIS nfteof Sd a r«. 75 Iln -.
■^tSriey. E C Bell. S3 Broad
ASSIGNMENTS of MORTGAGES.
- * * JANUARY 28.
._._. p Orrell to Adam Kera«r; Jl.
■E^r^rn-r to Edward P Orrell; fL
>_r_«-pnaß>- to Realty Transfer Co; 5100 '
iSLT B ttuc_t)ee to Louis H -Lone. $1.
*ur __*ci.er to Guetav L P«rzel : $10,000.
j^L Koiding Co to New York Life Insurance
V T'- T P CoWJart) uj Ida L Stoecker; $1
?J"Holseß to Sej-mi'-r P Kursmar. $100.
KtSr^ Inverting Co to United States - Realty
■^_rl_i-i— — I Co; 6 assts; $100.
TttSe tasurance and Trust Co to Bow-
v SraKr\nrf Bank; $li m- ■
\SSta* G Moriu to Susanna M Jam» ___
*^Z,- S2.t**>- • - '
,Zmir' "" Realty Co to Martha J Coulter: $100.
?i?to Henry «iV Connelly; fij* * lvv>
*g}-_i F A K-rx to Leoa P Root ana ano;
j££e''v*:\.i'. to M»th!l«a T 6e!i«m_nrt; $100.
SSZ V P«ter and ano to 1U)»! I Jonee 8
3 *"us:srx=£S!*: *1
-.-. Guarantee and Trust Co to Camilla, L,
"jT—er; fjO.OOO.
*_*%.-. Alicia _ Hent_e. 53.00 U. .
fZZI £n& Morttaja _ru_T__t^» Co to William W
*o- J42.:<>a - - ...
- Si R Greeley to Crum & Forster: 5100.
S>.r* tT-Bd-P to Cram & F«rster; $100.
£«^rtteT Realty Co to Carrie w GreenwalS.;
J^un H Field to Hassan B Field and ano;
.... Friedrsana ta Jacob Hargct; $1.
_^B» Frtedmann to .Tacob Harget ; $1.
-_-Tvei- to Arthur G F Mover; ? 8.300.
'J£~ w futcher to W M Powell: $15,000.
i7"i»E- St«"r.Derg to Chelsea Exchange Bask: $1.
cP-t Bersh. mis. to Farraersr Loan an. Trust
*>• •* pnm: S _«6ignin_nta ; Jar. 23; $1.
/s.vV.scfcer to Helene Eltincr: Jan 25: 53.000.
i^i^-Tr HOT«_rford to Henry" I. GocJdwla and
iSa. tros; Jan 23: crier of court.
■mSr- J«i- *» *- rvtm - l 0 Xew York Savin*.
*££-, Jar 25; $43,000.
T_rver?" T!t!e la«_rar.c* and Trust Co to Axaer
iin MertjExre Co: Jar 25; t_5.080.
..-^rf Mcrt?aea Co to Rondom. Savings Bask;
Is «>«0"
v«S G V^s^nieer to Henry A C Taylor; Jan
**. j -
j,rtr 1 r-D-d-i to Katie HeaatOg; Jan 3;
C2X- ' ' '''
"t-fr Rcthsteia to Rect*a Braeh; Jan 25; $1.
p Srecrs. «»xtr_. to Lawyers 1 Mortgage

-VG^arartee aid Trust Co to PavlJ J King
*« »'• art Jaa 25; 512,0(>0.
MECHANICS' LIENS.
JAKtABT 26.
tiffa'l'T »VV_! vb. -4** .2 ft sof McDonald «♦
""•4.75500: R-Jlaele Malango agx Pietro and
(ie _ 7 Gi«'^- ewaera: Giaseppe Vetrano. con
; near. $72.
SfifJST BT. w > _Ti._ ft's of Garrison are,
•s*s* Carter. Black & Ay^rs tun Margaret
_ Rd«r. f*T*»r: .Vrttair Cutter, jr. contractor
co***:): ( 107 CO.
pfOEP- "AYE. n w cor of Hist st. 25x100:
* tiitai'i ~:_K_i«s agt Krass Beaitv Co, own—
er; Jo»f?a Kracs. o^c tractor; fSS 50.
ffIENG ST. IX*: Jsseph Vocols. asf Mas Abra
yn. ctr.f" Hams Mankin. contractor; SI4B.
ffgt.\V *YE c a. whole front between ISSth
r. «r.d P»«u- Terrace. _S3x_Ba._x-Clxl*4 :
• essres E Gates & C:> art Richard M Mont
re- & Co, ci^ner; E L. Shea Coartj-uction
Ca. dnf-r <l_S.
3_TA^V /I'VE, c *■ ■whole front between |M
_■_«: Park View PI. — _— : Charles E Ensign
tp. E:c:,_r M Montgomery i Co. owner; _; L
She* OW»_m:U-_ Co. ccntraetor; $1,100.
t>ICN „-" .: Mi and MB Joseph Pine art Louis
C Eock. - oner; Abraham Kode. contracto-"
pm
fHTEE ST. n * ccr cf Centre st. 19x73.4- Harry
I S_r art Henr>- Xr.sbe. owner; John Fer
jas: exntracter; $214 50.
{3 ST. "•! t-- 30 East ; E Christiansen. Inc. agt
; ami* It, Martin .; and Gurtav Grossman.
•a. o^Tifn: Joseph »op. Giusepp* Piazza.
adEnr-ca Mcsetti. contractors; 5227 fn;.
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
JANCARY 28.
ESTSIAN ST. w s. 200 ft d of lS7th ft- Gat
■a_e Z:r.g_i^ s*t _.iar.chc-tu Construction Co
K. tk Dec 13. ISCO: $SQ.
JrST EC. 310 West.- Paeh-rdson & 80--/0- Co
g >'- .-. -r-.sT?r_r er at: N.-<\- 1. 19W: $147. "
Two of the QUALITY ADS.
IN TO-DAY'S
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
- - HELP WANTED.
Male.
nr.AT. ESTATE SALESMAN to sell or rent
'-- ■ »y _ic-ri eras* city »i^tyi**na3ticrs~rnalie"Drs*"" "'•"''"*',
" : - money. .. United Realty Co., 130 Nassau at. "
V '•■■- ■■' — - _ Female. • . •.--•"
- - HEIGHT YOU>"G GIRL to address envelopes.
Perk _ Mack Co., 356 Broadway.
READ THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
C\NVASSERS.
New Newspaper Premium
Proposition.
Per__ _:_ot rfTryiovmest. with c_ar_a
»«!j salary ana carfare paid weekly, and
Vixrz^ rf-lc-l in. addition. Best
tier :r tie ci:y for exj-eriesced news- "»
;*r*r. Loci a_c tr_g--i-« men who are
s^ipitd tr. r£ice ir_ factory cr _ous*—
• to-hesa* «-ork; five orders a .lay *?'.'.]
«ars BO 00 per week. Call between •
_. *. m. ___ lpm.
WIT, MAM H. GrrT_xitr3.
_~c_: 3^3. -.-.-i__e £uii___j New York.
~ THE bEST SALESMAN
IS A
CATALOG
nightly Arranged and Worded.
• \ "*C ccn-.f Us or revise catalogs and circulars
-* the hardw»r» «tor«._. tinware, plumbing.
**-_:. -CTicolturaJ an 3 similar bus-nees^s
rti.Ecna.tlc tera-s. aten-iew solicited N.,
«« -l, Xriaone OSce.
iCZ:^'"= ta ras-»ie ie-«. coffees and s;-ice_; ex-
Ptr.t-2^ zz r \ ::-rce£S£.r>-; bu:ld up a ..-'i.icSS.
£j_*^« Eur-.s _ •-..._. _;-<< Hudson «-.
*^*IS— fe3 Jersey Skeeters: a parlor aero
riaae for ix.iocr tporti 150 per _•-.: profits.
~Sgjg_feq-ja ;> Novfcity #~or_-P I_3l Broadx-ay.
JBXIS. — Or. ar.d OS Puzrie; fascinates young
t_2 oi_; ft: s tbe vest pocket; campife. We.
JSSS5 1 j« i ?. -~~- 4 Broadway.
U . t c. tire :r.flator. S2O; invaluable
W tuwaiooiius-j; engine c_*_ the work; gates
««&■<: a^d cooled- e> opening for ngUt men.
g»a«t l~* £r«kdwar.
ffiOMg an expert eaieeman; we train by
•^JJ^utl czperiecct: live siea earn big moaey
eaifg. Xaßsau Room SOP.
'"'^■'iOiZK'r'r.li—Tliorou^hiy experienced man.
. -» aercaniii* house- aalarv 5^2-5^5 to FT,art;
*?•& CiDortanity. MighiJl "(Tc-tlUou Broker),
iiHf2L__i___E_j
iOOKKtEPEH tcr umnuliJ-turiog lioutse; good
*f?or:w«ty: Baiarj' t'Jf rau«t furnish t#st of
•-.wesrei. iL^hiil (PutiUcn Broker), Flatiron
'•-•:•
**** WArVTifij i, y lace hewae to deliver |-M_E
«««. aae^t fn fifairjping itpt., etc. Apply with •
a*2»!, v a. m. Friday. I. A. Lahcy A. sons.
' .^__gTOgTTr3y. .
>UtVAi£EHa itr.l COLLECTORS; b**t lernis
_* ti fs u j p^-^ cair^tt^r, coicaial Lilts ■ Ins.
<l^y»_EaH aa st. -
"^*y-"*c:J:*, ts ;*rier -.e bous*-to-4M)Ube : tal
■n< b Wli co «n-.ie£icni- ; p-inniinent. ■. Y. Me—l
- — ____ Ct-mpar.-.-. M i roadway. Brooklyn
_. 'V* '*«*-•-. -_j._;g~ torporaiior. opeui=»s up
&i-iirex t-rr\-lc*« of it iint: canva-s
j,!^-4 nfflrcToii. sp«akir? or.c or u;ore foreign
- 'er^J?' J ' E - eeba 7** r v £ti ' 7 Fulton Bt -
JCPLE to r c-jonir:.-- cook u^«ful man; good
l^ti- o**0 ** „__-_ j,-^ rniveraal Employment
•^?g_g> Ka«t -SM. ist. Ml»fc P«ickhaiu.
fr^l-Z «»at«l- «.-*ok useful. buti«-, $00. city
*»_*'*• f^'ercr-ce r_.;- 4 :red. Misa Shea's B-roau.
—^Jt_Jtw e».
N expert-Doe hoo«---»-_w«J":
I %qZ~ y aE<l caaasJntoia; permanent- it ratis
■o; - N Y. Me^ica.l Service Cwapacy. o*
T^2_:_Ej_ : __ii y _: „ ___-__——
-__ t ?_ iXt JTHATORS. cspericace hou««-f^ip_»*;
%?SF is<3 c«.-»T!:r.iei;oii*; | -m_!^!:t. N. T.
I *' bwvice Ccnipacy. «-« Broadway Brook
. *^'jZ' ■ — ■ — — — ■ *
. £_\' 107 MANAGERS— JKW.OOO OO c<im
•«_*.-' tr *-«n«;3s old established bus«r.e*«.
'«i_!-? ss * r «*«c. honest men to control new
IVijT^ Crt__ier. National Casualty Co..
■ §♦
fj,^~ — —____—_ >
SOD* or. .acc*^fi:l weekly; rpe<Tial
?:Ej_". . *?*? q - Ck wders. i all. Le-I>'»
"~-^___^!_«-
• *_j^vT~'~*~ - VBtanUy batOdOHT. rit ~
. . writ-
Addrew Icaetier, Bo*
, £ OJ*0 J*? 6ITIOr; open for «ilrti««n who ran
wn for --irtm-an wli<> <"* n
****! •»*. for v: ' Bifc3 >i«d machines. l-"'"" i ' er "
«>_>SS2l_i_ er >' r-'<-n;.-.r -'<-n;.-. S<2i West Broad way.__
' **TjJfj— j_ ~ " ■ — ■
Ll^Mii 5 ' **W«d at otice; Diut be «ober
W^*^ <:ati at h«edJ*b U?r.p!o.vwe» l
W-^^^LiSSth _. 'Phono OH Uar'e»___
*«-i iJTf :R s attte; tet «utmen from ii A <f^"
_:r.er« from -*e«
A_t__,. u«0 GreenT.-ic- «W .
NEW BU!LD!NG PLANS.
(With owner's name and a__rcsf.) .
JANUARY 26.
UMM _ MANHATTAN.
!■_____;■ sa°_,5 a °_, We * t ' for 8 sty brk Oat-. 50x03;
«»" &ofo.£ oeUer - 103 Park aye - architects:
_3a West 113O» Street Co. 103 Park
■•« T. • a, 652 ft c of 7th aye. for 2 sty
B™h raße - etc - 6l.ii_»_.6; G H Pcgrsua, 103
■ r££r* y ' architect; cost, »3»>.000.
Bro-_rw_V Interbor U W Transit Co. 163
.___ THE BRONX
A-QUEDXCT AYE. « s . am.3l ft n of lSlst st.
44^ Tr"«~?l v . Dr " Uwst - ***«: Charles S. Clark.
V>L "SIP* 1 architect: coat. $9,000.
dr?ws a ; e . JUm <*■******• I?** *«* and An-
A^r i < ? AYE ' • •' 347.52 ft n of lSlst st.
Cl_rk I- 2 4 ty brk lJw^ s - 2flx *° each; Chas 3
• Ov™« T T mcint^ av '' architect: cost. *ki...00.
drew "Iv C ' am C Sen, t«DHI st and An-
M a____T_ __2 wavew avc - for 1 aaa - sty fm:Tl «
fu,**vi 4- East 9lst st. architect: cost, $S,COO.
unflcr - Varcus Beclanan. 2170 B_t_gat. a.vc.
. . ALTERATION plans.
MANHATTAN.
"""p f-^nh^T?^ "- 4 Btv *** ««r« aad lofts;.
Jijeo l •* ;:t - * r cw«ci; cost,
Owner, estate of T \V_n_«sH, 137 East S3. at.
C^ L Sr^ l^ _S1 * ft .of Hirm-ny
_-___T^._? ;t aWl * x^- 10 ; Henry s<r__
cc^s?sCO^ nt aye T?: St.. architect;
OTrn?r, Conrad Munster. Castle Hill aye.
L!S PENDENS.
JANUARY M. :
AX i?>^? X V '"' L " " w oor IS3d st - T4.11__5:
Auaubon _\e. w t 54 {t s cf l«tli n '«_SO
ici??^? , av<f^ 3i2;3 i 2; A"i"»on aye. a w eof
l-«lih « .1. 1 « ac * > : Hawa aye. o a. 129." ft a of
- 2£ r,. ■ •' 1 lu »x irreg; Cora A Springer
ag. John It _pr:n_.:r et ai (action to set aside
five deeds, etc) ; attorney, F Pierce.
AUDUBON AVi_, «' c cor 16flth st. 70.1x100;
J ; u-ob V.ener et al asrt i-ouls M Cahn et al
foreclosure of mtg); attorneys. Wolf & K.ohn.
H EATH ,A YE - .s , 2Sr - :; ft «of land of T N
Head, 1 - : - 3: -"•>•: Patrick O'Donohoue agt Alex
ander Auderspn (action to foreclose mechanics
Hen), attorneys. Marsh. Wever & Wemple.
JACKSON ST. .•?_: Lucille Kurtz agt Max Gold
. «t al tarnended foreclosure of mtg)- attorneys.
Wilson, Barker & Wager.
PARCEL OK LAND beginning at a point in
oulichead abutting South st. at a point dis
tant 4S ft a of pier at foot of Clinton st. 32 Is
— ; P<?t.r Hassinjrer ast William Penninjrton
et sr (action to foreclose transfer of tax lien)
attorneys. Decker. Allen & Storm.
THOMPSON ST. 40 and 42: John Palmier! apt
- -Michael B Di Santt st al (foreclosure of mt_>
. attorney. M Wechsler.
4TH AYE. s *. Lot eS3. nap of village of
Wakefleld. The Bronx. 50x114; Kingston Se
cy ri ties Co _*'. Katharine Kieran et a I (fore
closut'! of" rats); attorney*. Giltord. Hobbs &
Beard. . . - . • -
-TTI AYE. 344; Mutual Life Ins Co of TC V a«t
John Parke »t al (foreclosure of rats); at
torney, J McKeen. . . "
11TH' AYE. ■ Tv cor 44th st, 2oxl00; Cath
arine, Cusack ast Jacob Vier et al (amend
ed foreclosure of -nats); attoniej-s, Ttahe _;
Keller.
NTS ST. 112 East: American Missionary
Assn a_t Anna Schroeder ot al (foreclosure
of mtg); attorneys. Allen &. Sabine.
97TK ST. 157 east; -Mt_ st. 229 East, ar.d
nropert;- in Sullivan County. N V; Joeeph
Becker agt Charles OerUcb et al (action
to set aside four deeds); attorneys,. Oppen
h'iimer _ Arnold.
11GTH ST. 71 East; T O'Conor Sloane agt
Leopold YesK v et n.i (foreclosure of mte);
attcrneys. Mullan. Cobb & MitcheL
117 TH ST, 519 and 521 East; Lemo'.ne C
Mead ast Louis O Cohen at a! (foreclosure
o: .-?>, attcmey. H G Chapin.
145 TH ST. ClO East: Lydia Katz agt Luigi
Infar-te et a! (foreclosure of mtg;) ; attor
ney, B G Opper.heim.
l-STB ST, s s. "no ft c of Amsterdam aye.
-oxW'il Frankiin L Partridge agt John
C Tredwell et 3 1 (foreclosure of mis); at
■•■•-•«, Lord. Day ._ Lord.
IS2D ST. r:'.4 and .":;.; "West; Scheer-Ginsberg
Realty and Const- Co ast Morris Blcch et
-al (foreclosure of mtsr), attorney. M II Hay
man. ...
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
JANUARY 26.
ELM ST, «• s, 175 ft n of Locust aye. _sxlOO
C De Witt Clocke loans Joseph A _t__cia
to.ouo. ■ ■'
HELP WANTED.
Male.
MEN of athletic aspirations to join Brooklyn
coast artillery corps; training, swi:r>.mi_sr tank,
gymnas.u-.i. etc.. free. F. I. T.. Tribune Office.
PHYSICIAN wanted by the Consolidated Medical
Company, IC2S Gates aye.. Brooklyn; good
chance for live man; write for particulars.
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN to sell or rent high
class city realty: hustlers make tig meney.
United Realty Co.. ISO Nassau st.
ROYAL BENEFIT SOCIETY. 103 Park aye..
Suite 4.C. requires competent. Intelligent rep
resentatives; 12 prominent, unique drawing bene
■ fits. Eothner, 1402 Broadway.
SALESMAN, Leslie's Weekly; educated, deter- |
mined: over 51: permanent position; $30 :
weekly. Call after 2 p. ;n.. Boon 23. 31 East
27th st.
;aLB-Mkn throughout the United States to sell
automobile necessities; every owner wants our
protector; references required. O'Neil Tire &
■Protector Co.. 320 Broadway.
SALESMEN — Choice territory open with the Per
fect Fox Visible Typewriter. !>-10 a. m.. Fox
Typewriters. 03-99 Nassau St.
.-MAN, with small capital, to join party I
manufacturing a Bew camphor Ice; large field !
and big profits. Shieida, Box S. Tribune Pace.
SALESMAN wanted to follow up leads on com- !
mission; steady employment: must be good
talker. J.. Box 37. Tribune Office.
&ALE£MAX. with email capital, to Join party
manufacturing a new camphor ice, large field
and big profits. Shields. Box 20. Tribune Office. j
SALESiiA2.'. of ?ood address, who can Intel- j
ligently represent a financial proposition of ex
ceptional merit: excellent proposition. Mornings, !
701 World Building. !
SALESMAN wanted to follow up leads on com- !
■ ilaaton steady employment ; ir.tisL bo good
talker. M.. Bos 24. Tribune Office. |
SALESMEN (traveling) to handle our article as j
•a site line: excellent proposition: exclusive ter
ritory; liberal concessions. Novelty Sales Co., j
1 54 7 Broadways
SHIPPING CLJ2RKT. experienced In print and
stationery line; salary $!."• to srart. Call for |
particulars, ilishill (Position Broker), FUuron
Building.
.
HOLr CREK.S <har<i) on metal Lag frames. Ham
' p«--i-Llpt«er. 242 Lafayctt* -'_
STENOGRAPHER — Young man who is locking
-; for a. good opportunity; ealary to start ji;..
Call. UlSblU iPouitiou Broker). FJatiron Build
ing' . I
STEN UGK APH EllE 11 for automobile torn; good i
chance for advancement; mill be wQUbs; !
512-S10; poeitlcn permanent. Jupp Exchange.
£7 Nassau - ; ■ ,
STENOOKAPHEK--Quick and accurate; thor
oughly experienced: $15. Call for personal :
interview. • ...;:i tFosition W*ar), FUliroa
Building. ' . •
VXEVOORAPHERS .— Poor; work evenlnss: :
v^i-ialle training; can earn good money; etate
.^■^^^^mjlor^S.. Bex 43. Tribune.
Zrrx*~<:i m!'*FHKK— Spanish. English; must bo
fcT ex^Sed: 518: ctownt; Call at
one? Dion! Exchange. 09 Nassau «.
TVnr-K- SALESMEN (two only) tv sell stock of
detl-e: leacs fuminhed; must b« good
tam"r« FH^atrlck. Box 10. Tribune OfSce.
■^rr77^n?T^3cu«3rn«l to .julck results, on a
e^i ii oner male by *£**** *'<* kl >' Le »"
•ies, 31 Ka«t 2J_» "' -
T^F\TpLo7ED ::I V» T Ey not S" in moving picture
LNLMPLOn-u Broail; instalment plan; po
...^""ocurVd" £, U. *: U. iloving Picture
Co. ISB VCest 37th «t. -— -
— Ml^hlitjst linotype operator; nighU;
WA - N M piy U,. scale only. William P.
turn & Co" 53 Go!d »t.
----- -i_i___nen Co work an abundance of
'^l|___^ ; ""
Fe.-nalt
pr n rP double entry, $14- assistant
tOOKKEEPCU. I _, as-S] ieHrc d applicants
_^?SSfSKS£?)«S»^ iehl ex.
!!»,'*.■ !)f< XalM" s^ __
_^^-^r^sT?l7~_7si»tanT; knowledge typewrit-
EOOKKELPLK. ■^*^^ lt __ lt on ly; must be
-
■75iAMn-PMAIw curry's I!un=u. _, \\ e »t

42<J kt -^ i l^ i 1 —r— r~i,u; t - ter, Gotten. ■_ N.
ffEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, JAXUARY 27, 1910.
HELP WANTED.
Female. „ .
COMPETENT KITCIIENMAID. for city lr-me
dUt.«ly. Mrs. Dickinson's Co-operative Da
ployment Bureau. 331 Madison aye.. cor. 4.1 d «t.
COMPETENT, well trainod child's nurse, who
can sew nicely, wanted lmasedialely. Miss
j^rinkley'H Eiurloyment Bureau. 4 East 4_d st.
COOK, $33 to $40. with kltchennmld; must have
_fim c!'i!s reference; for city. Jullen Bureau.
414 1 West -i'2il st. .
t-uutv. tor tamlly of two; desirable position-
m>. >;ai Monday at 10 a. m.. Blcom's
Agency. .4i Lpxlngtor. aye
COOK wan^TTor prints house, near city; J_s.
Misb Shea. j» East 42d st!
COOK— or"Germin ; must be thoroughly
competent in all branches; wages Sls-SSO ln
.!uiirri-) Ag^octatlon. 0 East 41' d ?t.^^^"
COOK— c.ass. tor private family, who can
«c. up dinners for company; must be ■ good
£f .r"o. r "oT eUroU roc ?^ m? ndcd. Jacquin's Employ
ment Bureau, titi* 6th aye.
COOK-LAUNDRESS; 1 23^ for city. Immediately.
Miss Carry s Bureau. 25 West 4_d st.. 3th
ncor.
COOKs" — Cook-laundress, carins experience; Im
mediately, SlUt Curry's Bureau. 25 West 42d
»t.. oth floor. . ... u i •
c \V' ASK:Bt laundry, for Rldgefieid. Conn.
* lss Currj"s Bureau. 25 West 42d St.. sth
roor.
COOK— Protestant; city now, country later;
.Ti a~"a ~" *23" t0 ,t30; must have good reference.
<^i Thursday morning. Julien Bureau. 47 West
COOK -Thirty. fur Ardsley-on-H_dson. lilil
l " m ' ' B'.ireau. 23 West 42d St.. sth floor.
<_UuK.s— 2s-30; cliy: wanted immediately. Miss
__gurrys Bureau. 23 West 42d St.. .^tli floor.
COOKS— sweiiis::. also other nattonalltles: im
• mediately. _i_ss Curry's Bureau. 23 West 42d
'!•• sth floor 'W4~p.L",
C^n£- f^' bOar * lnsr bouse : one with good refer
iJZFLVSFJ!?: L " uu ' e «al Employment Bu
reau. -8 East 23<1 st. Miss Peckham.
GENERA-. HOUSEWORK— wanted tor gen
l." cl USeWOrk: .small family; good wages. .332
E. '4 ■! st.. near .'id aye., Bronx.
GICaMAN GOVERNESSES wanted
immediately; city, country; desirable positions.
gLj^"^____jggor ? * lh aV9 -
G^___ R ?. BSE "~' En * I^* frotestant-. two cluT
aron. six and el__t; wages «s to $4">: must
haxe good references. Industrial Association. 9
11.3 5t 4— '.I St.
GO\ BR.VE.-;: for two children; teach English
German, music; physical care; good dlscip
re-^f'fio- BBayI ** y -*°- Mrs. PiUsbury's Bu-
ORAPHOPHO.VE OPERATOR— Must be «hor
oughly experienced; good salary. Call. E-iehl
Agency. 09 Nassau st •
HOUSEKEEPER- for Jewish institution, salary
WO. -.ante; immediately; experience absolutely
necessary. Mrs. r-illsbury'b Bureau. 307 Mb
ay.. between 42«1 and 43ci sta.
IJOUSEWORKERS, colored; in small families
apartments-; sooUwases - The Victoria Agency.
-" Iffld Bt.
HOUSEWOUKEUS Experienced, having refer
ences; 525. $30. Miss C_rry*a Bureau. 25 West
<2J St.. sth floor. ,
LADY'S MAlD French or German; must be
willing to travel and have good references;
wages $33. Industrial Association. Inc.. 0 East
42d st. ■ . -v
LAUNDRESS — Protestant only; city; wages J_s;
two family lefeience required; must do shirts.
Julier. Bureau. 47 West 41' d at.
MAID acd SECRETARY, good seamstress, take
charge private office. Reliable. 118. 617 6th
ay, .
MUSICAL SUPERVISOR— Resident, for private
school near New York; exceptional opportu
nity. Mrs. PHlsbury Bureau. 507 sth aye.. bet.
42d and 43d sts. ■
NURSES wanted fcr institution, near city, tu
berculosis patients; $25 monthly, with mainten
ance and laundry. Irwin's Nurses' Registry, 77
West 11th st.
NURSE, German, wanted for IS months' baby;
city; tost class references required; imme
diately; wages 520. Ju'.ien Bureau. 47 WeR 4--1
st.
NTTRSE (Infant's), English, with uniform. ■ for
Yonkera. good wages, wanted immediately.
Julien Bureau. 47 West 42d st. '■
NURSE for growing children: one who can sew
and willing to do light chamberwork; dry.
Jacquin's Bureau. 602 6th aye. '.
NURSERY GOVERNESS Protestant; boy. 5 ! /j
years. Misi Curry's Bureau. 23 West 423 3t.,
sth flocr.
NUKsiEa — Protestant; 5 Jo- .«.">!;, references re
quired. Miss Curry's Bureau. 25 West l_d St.,
sth floor.
OPERATORS (two), e_perl*T..ed on fine ladies'
dresses; steady work; good pay. H_n___V _;
Kaham. 17!> Wocster st. : •
OPERATORS on silk waists; steady work;
good prices; open shop guaranteed. Afcply
S. H. _: M. Co.. 303 Mercer st. ?
OPERATORS — Operators wanted on corset
' waists; Etrippers. binders, seamers and girls
to sew on buttons; steady vrcrk. Tlie Lay _.
Wav Co.. .16 Bleecker st.
_Al__?___DY who has had experience in repre
senting financial propositions can make money
TV..'. US- O*II . m<--«ing» T— l >-<_—— Ji.-.i-<<-| T
fcl -V uG RAP KXR— Lady of culture, prepossess-.
ing. capable man- piny office: refined applicant:
515. Ca.!. after 9:30 Monday. Dlehl Exchange.
95) Nassau St.. Rocm 915.
STENOGRAPHER — High class position open to
first class woman; salary CIS. Call, Diehl
Agency. S3 Nassau st
STENOGRAPHER; $15. position . open first
class girl; call Immediately; neat girl only.
Diehl Exchange. 90 Nassau st.
STENOGRAPHER Refined young lady who
can handle correspondence; $12; girl for law
office; $SOO. Jupp Exchange-. 87 Nassau si .
TWO GIRL,!:, together, tor small private fam
ily; cock. assUt laundry; ciiamberraaid-Tr-a;^
rese; good wages. Industrial Association, Inc..
V* East 42d st.
TYPIST, office worker; two positions in com
mercial work o-,en for young girls; salary,
(800. $500. Jupp Exchange. 87 Nassau st.
TYPIST to till in names, addresses; downtown
position; $& to start. Call at once, Elsie
Diehl Exchange. S3 Nassau st. r
WAITRESS for private family; good wages for
competent girl. Universal Employment Bu
reau. -S Eri: Sid at. Miss Perkharn. '
WAITRESS — First class waitress wanted in pri
vate- family; wages $35; best reference re
quired. Jussila Bureau, CSt) Leunston aye.
WANTED — German or French chambermaid :
wages $30; best reference required. Jussila
Bureau. 680 Lexington aye.
WANTED Lady or gentleman to take charge of
small cfSee businese; Christians preferred;
gi ... fluent talker. Excellent. Eos 109. 617 €th
aye.
WARD MAID tor hospital; any natiocality;
wages .>:.'4. Universal Employment Bureau, 28
East 23d st. Miss Peckham.
YOUNG LADY, well educated, good penman,
preferably with stenography, for office posi
tion; educational work. Address J. W. 11., Box
OS. Tribune Uptown Office. I3ii4 Broadway.
WORK WANTED.
Male
ADVERTISING MAN.— Experienced: to distrib
ute circulars, samples, and also taok signs; ex
perienced crew manager. Louis Grannie. 172
E2?i End aye.
AMERICAN, 3*i. as manager or superintendent
of gentleman's estate; executive ability; thor
ough electrical and taeebaaie-J knowledge; un
derstanda automobilM; Al credoncials. Amerl-
Gan. 157 East l_st;i sr
AUDITOR desires engagement opening, clos
ing and taking general charge of small sets
of books; moderate rates. S. &. £.. Box 17,
Tribune Office.
BOY. 16. American, in wholesale house; stock
or office. Seelis;. 8837 Sthave^
CARPENTER. aged 24: handy man: hotel -x
perience on furniture, upholstering, keys,
painting, etc.; low wages; oven tools. Downs,
200 W_st S4th st.
CHAUFFEUR. — Six years' private family refer
encs; Buick, Pierce— also understands
horse, furnace, motorbuats; temperate; any
where. Bcland. 7-1 Lexington aye.. top floor.
CHAUFFEUR.— Aged _::; single: competent me
chanic; sober; experienced; any car; speaks
English, German, Polish. Russian. Kasprjak.l.
11« East 3d »L
TEL'K. — ]ial!aii-Am«rirar.; auy position;
»r toui'.tr-; goo<i references, repair any
" gasolene car. Tony Assante. 74 Degraw
Brooklyn.
TEI'R. — Useful, colored, handy with
butler: knowledge of plumbing, car
tools: al! round man. reference. D.. y_
A— — iterdax n aye.
CHAUFFEUR.— By young man; thoroughly
tent, careful driver, city or country; ref-
F-tkln. 844 Weal 22d at.
CHAUFFEUR- — Best .references. Address Mc-
Ard ". care of Maha 1G54 .''.d aye.
CLERK or ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER.— By
young man; salary $10 to start. B. Meyer.
2RIO Clarendon Road, Brooklyn.
COLORED COUPLES. — Referencta. guaranteed.
Old now inion ESnploynient Bureau. S& West
■1 T- u phon« lllf> — Harlem.
DETECTIVE seeks employment, day or week,
eliadowlng. investigating, securing evidence in
domestic and business difficulties: highest ref
f rrnoes Bean. Box -•''. Tribune Office.
ELDERLY MAN, active, trustworthy: city ref
erences: U} position of trust. Ehrenburg,
15M Avenuo A. _
EXPERIENCED MAN. 3s: representative, ad
ministrator In gentleman's boutus or country
seat 1 or as steward, manager In clubhouse; wtfi»
is high class boue^keeper; Al mferences.
Klientzl. 201 West l_th_ tt.
OFFICE BO Y. Experienced; IT. can operate
typewriter: two years' experience; excellent
reference; $6 00 a week. Ambitious, Box 30.
Tribune Offloe.
OFFICEMAN. 48; strictly honest; accustomed to
hand Una net_ wishes -eml-ciericai p^altion.
-runnel. 13» -■-i *!_*'.
PACKER-— Expert : good mariter: has first class
references, s? Barenix.' 838 But 04th it
RITPERINTE>>DI2»T; manager, can of ©state.
' o#Bcc ljuil'iins and apartment hoase; Amer
ican' master mechanic; reference* beat. Sprow.
20.» '<*.*t»t sntli_»t :
"bTRoaRA IJllElt ~l'~ I '' our yuirs 1 espertence; ex-
VJlVnt reference; rapid accurate ; *li-«is. V.'.
WVi7?3-E*gl<J »!*■• Thw Bro "x-
FprToTsflißEß wishes steady position; under
stands all * lnd9 ct fancy drapery id furni
turn Empire •"<.*•• niattr» ? s«», box «prlnis».
-.k, PUce
W\TCHMAN (.VWHTj.-Ajßd 4U; nob«r. relfii
hte; references tnrnui . W. aan»om. Ui7
fith KM.
NTn TI ,.-■ of an AlnJ. by strong young married
nVn for a moderate nalary: has references as
to Ton'Mty. fiHSSgt"!*.**"^ At(lre»s M
Btever.9ou. 3t>3 \\OUu*irJ avC, Ridsewood,
Brooklyn*
RESORTS.
I LORIDA.
_£s«=-s=« SO MICH TO SEE ! " —
SO Ml IB TO DO ! SO MICH TO JOY !
St. AiiKU-lic« Ponce de l.v«i* and A!c»r.«r
II * * j Ormonil Hotel OrmomJ On-the-llarffß-
XiOtGlSs »*alm B<*:ich INi>a! I'otn, ana ami H.-e_k?rs
_l_Z_r_r } Miami Royal Pain, on liar Blw-yue
_, ——————— V N:im»!i, Bahama I*lid<l*. . Hotel ( <<i<:o:_!
j>» Kb* Lone K^T t'lshlns l_nu> on the Florida ■•«■«
Si Hotel*, ferrardtoc houses and accoranjodatiom it price* to suit the purs*
I of every <•!-•»: One dollar a day anil apt . . ■
Surf bathing at Ptljn Beadi dail.i. Cfor&nf at all th« R«crts m the
finest courses in the South. Team* on clay courts in pink cJ perfection.
Fishing tit will point*, but best at LU.NK KEY CAMP. Vachtiae and bait
ing on ocean and inland waters. Wheelchair ri_i_c en lake and ocean &ul«
promenades and through tropical jangle tn:ls.
It's All on the East Coast
B!w_ - de la*" electric-lighted Pullman trains between New York and
principal East Coast resorts. Leare terminals daily except Similar, cocnectia-i
at Miami with steamship* for Nassau, and at Kaijrhtg Key with steamship*
for Key We*t acd H»rana. Ontj' sl hours. New York to Ha»an*. DAILT
SERVICE- nice (9) daylight honrs on the beartiful Southern Sea tiler a
most unique trip orer tii« _EA-_UING RAILROAL*.
For full Information, booklet, etc. apply to Local. -
Ticket Agent, or to the Florida East Coast oSlces. at £fes
: 243 Fillh Are.. N" v York 130 Adams 5!.. Chicajo Vji^
mtJL GENERAL OFFICES AT ST. AUGUSTINE. f LA. l^SSk
WORK WANTtD.
Maie.
TOCNG MAN. 30. Swede, married, at anything;
handy with tools; undersr._n<!s automobiles.
horses willing worker; good references: city or
country. C. Malmgren, K'!iT> s______LJ______
YOUNG Xl.\>' wishes position; unierstands gro
crry deliver:.-; take care of horses; dry; country
preferred, city references. AJdr-ss H. R.. 157
East l_sth st.
YOUNG liA>. as electrician's assistant, or at
anything. Petrenz. 524 East S3d St.
YOUNG MAN. -23, responsible, seeks salaried
position; part commission: law. realty ex
perience. Radiant, 50 Broadway.
• Female.
ATTENDANT. CapabIe of taking entire charge
of nervous or mental case, graduate nurse;
ten years' experience; speaks French, German;
will travel, m.. Miss FitzGerald's Bureau, 503
sth aye. (entrance 42d st.>. ■ ■ •
FRENCH TEACHER. Parisian, gives lessons a;
pupil's or her own residence: best reference*.
Adiir^sn Comf>eten:. 341 Wt'si 3<>th s - .
POSITION as companion desired by an American
lady, with exceilenc references; cou:j assist
with houst- keeping. <jtc. . good reader, wauiii
travel. Addreas Box JS7. New Canaan. Conn.
RESPECT AB__£ young widow wishes cieanlng
offices., mornings or evenings; good references.
Mrs. Coshen. 354 West 43*1 st.
STENOGRAPHER. TYrEWRITER.— Toung lady
wishes half-day position; best referances. G.
G.. Tribune Hari^m Branch. 263 W-st l_sth st.
STENOGRAPHER, double entry bookkeeper.
ee-fks position: four years' experience. T.
B. 15... Box 9, Triliune Office.
STENOGRAPHER.— Expert English and French;
rapid translater; seeks evening work. Address
Miss 8.. Box 13. Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER.— Expert and accurate; wants
temporary work; is available at any hour,
oom 1.3C0. Everett BuiMirg. 45 East 17th st.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Male.
COACHMAN. gardener, poultryman. milker: first
class; small place, where competent, reliable
man is required:, best reference. Address Gar
dener. Tribune Uptown Office. 1364 Broadway.
COCPLE. — Swedish; butler and cook; thoroughly
• competent, neat; -city or country; best refer
ences.- Address, giving particulars. Couple, 109
West _«h st.
FARM HAND.— Good milker. M., Box 33. Trib
une Office.
GARDENER. — Head; thoroughly understands his
business in all its branclres; graperies, green
houses, roses and orchids; landscape work a
specialty: Scotch; married; no children-; ten
years in last position; references. Address 31.
J.. 204 East Ridgewood aye., Ridgewocd. N. J.
GARDENER iHEAD}.- By practical man; ex
perience is Cowec ami kitchen garden, trees.
ahruba. lawns, greenhouses, etc.; aged 3S; mar
ried, one child: referenc*. Address Ryan, Eox
32. Tribune Office.
GARDENER. — To take charge gentleman's
place: thoroughly understands Sowers, fruits
and vegetables; Swede; age 38. married, no
children; written or .personal reference. Ad
dress John Johnson, Crossroads Farm. Mount
Klsco. N Y.
GARDENER. — Married: small family Scotch;
twenty-five years' experience: conversant wtth
landscaping; expectations moderate. J. L.. Wm.
Elliott A Sons, 42 Veaey st
GARDENER. — Single. German, middle aged;
i thoroughly understands the business in all
I— branches; lifetime experience ; references
Address. Gardener. 22. East 11th st.
GARDENER.— amgie; where abliitv and steadt-
Vesey et.
GARDENER. — Single man: knows besines?
where ability and stea_,me_s are appreciated.
Pau!. W. Elliott A Sons. 4_ Vesey st.
NURSE. ATTENDANT.— Competent, strong iran
wishes to care for in^■_!id gentleman or ner
vous case; many years' experience; best refer
ences rror.i doctors and private families. Ad
dress Competent. Tribune Uptowwn Office, \Z&\
Broadway.
USEFUL MAN — By young colored man. In pri
vate family; two years' sth aye. reference:
country preferred. George, care W. Scott; 2
West 3Sth st.
Female.
CHAMBERMAID.— TaII, very neat; two years'
excellent references; $20; others who launder
and sew. Waldorf Bureau, 12 West Sod st.
•Phone 300 Madison. • :
CHAMBERMAID or PARLORMAID.— Assist
waitress; Scotch Protestant; 2 years' excellent
references; city or country; present employer;
$2- to y_r. Industrial Association. 9 East 42d st.
000K — Professional, where kitchennu lid ts kept;
has no objection to any part of country; ten
years' reference. B. S., Tribune Uptown Offlce.
\?xa Broadway.
COOK and LAUNDRESS, CHAMBERMAID
and WAITRESS. — By two Finnish girls, four
years' personal references-, wages $_3 and $__.
Weld's Bure_u, 324 Columbus aye.; tel., 7594 —
Schuyler.
COOK— BUTLER and VALET.— By brother and
sister; Swedes. Srst class, long experience; to
or separate; go any distance. Morrow's
Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.. comer 38th st.
COOK. — By Norwegian girl; first class; city ref
waaes $50. Sophie Rasmuesen? Em
ployment Bureau, 722 Lexmgton aye.. 38th st.
Tel. r.T.'M — Plaza.
COOK. — By Norwegian girl, in first class board
ing house or institution: reference; excellent
cook: wages $35-540. 5. Rasmus-en's Employ
ment Bureau. 722 Lexington are., 3Sth st. Tel.
5734— Plaza.
COOK. — First c!as« German: to help out by tile
day. Zackovic. 31 d East 62d st.
COOK. — EscepUonally good; have very beat ref
erence from A'ew York families: Finnish Jlrl;
wages. $30. Jussila Bureau, 680 Lexington aye.
Tel. 4453— Plaza.
COOK. — Neat. Srst class Swedish: excellent
cook; thr>e years' city reference: country or
city. Osterbcrs's Bureau, 716 Le_i_srton aye.:
teL 1055 — Plaza.
COOK. — An excellent all around cook: under
stands salads, desserts. &c. ; best* references;
$30: city or country. McOallunV* Bureau. 130
East 2!) th st. Tel. 5706 — Madison.
COOKS-— Swedish; $25, $3u. *-M); city cr coun
try: excellent references: other nationalities.
Waldorf Bureau. 12 West 33d st. "Phone 300 —
Madison.
FRENCH-SWISS, experienced, as nursery gov
erness to children from seven years up; good
references; wages $33-^*o. Address S. M. E..
341 West 30th st.
GOVERNESb to one chll<2. over four years of
age by re«ned French Prote_t_ut woman;
thoroughly experienced in physical care; per
sonally recommended; entir« charge; in or out
of tows. -Die. B . 3*o West 30th st.
GOVERNESS, companion or housekeeper; Ca
nadian; fluent knowledge French, German;
excellent musician; highest references. W.,
Miss FitzGerald'a Bureau. 503 3th aye.; en
trance 42d st.
HOUSEKEEPER or other responsible position
wbere help kept, by thoroughly competent
gentlewoman; pood caterer, account— int. neodle—
troman; m.>lerate. salan-. 8., 25 Eaat 11th at.
EKEEPHfc — By capable American wom
an, liighest references; In private house or
hotel; u:id»r___ads maiuu?lng help, decortttlns.
og, catering. X.. Miss Ki'.sGeraid's Bu
reaii. .ica 5Ui aye. (entrance in 4_d st.i.
■ HOI oK WORK-— Middle aged woman; experi
enced; good cook, washer and ircner; best ref
mem—. low wages. McCalluru's Agency. 130
East 20th at. Tel. *70«.' — Madison.
HOUSEWORKER.-— young German woman;
cook and laundress, good baker; wages no ob
ject, providing can have baby two years: city or
country. Morrow* Bureau, 721 Lexington aye..
corner sSth Bt.
INFANT'S NURSE. — Trustworthy Irish Ptoteat
ai.t: experience; take charge, bring up lx>ttle;
understands all foods; city reference. Gaffney
bell. f>©2 Cchimbos aie.
KnVHENMAiD. with «xc;U«nt reference*.
wants :ountry place; $_0. _D_i Shea's Bureau,
S Eaat 4_d st.
LADY'S MAID.— French; speaks English: ex
perienced seamstress, hairdresser; useful in
private taniily. no objection to country; refer
ences. 268 West :;3th at.
LAUNDRESS. —By neat young girl; first class;
shirts, collars, cuffs; has friend waitress, ex
cellent chambermaid, good seamstress; go an/
distance. Marrow's Bureau, 721 Lexington aye..
corner 3>>th st !
LAUNDRESS. — Colored: experienced; to do day's
worls. Mondays. Wednesdays. Mrs. Myers, 235
West 124 th St. ■ . ■
LAL'NLiIiE.SS. —Ensli-h. young; first class
shirts, collars, cuffs; 3 years' excellent refer
ences; $25 ti ISO city or country. Industrial
Association. lac.. 9 East 4_d at.
LAUNDRESS. — Thoroughly competent; can do
shirts, collar* and all tine linen* Mian Mar-
Bar-- Smith's Bureau, 2j Went 4'Jd »t. 'Phone.
.•!(•:<:• Bryant^ . ■
MAlD —North German; to travel, or would like
to axe for Inir-i* room in hotel; good nwcr.
11. X.. SOS East Slat >.( •
NUKaK to grown children ; good ■ew>r; excel
lent references; 130. MeCallum'» Bureau. 130
Fa»t '.I>th Bt.. or f ' BTfW« — Madison
NtJKSB. — Experienced; Infant . or grown; good
«eamatr»B»: has brother chauffeur, good coach
man. (C«tl*nt gardener; long «xp*rii;nee; city or
country. Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye
. -..1--' Stl gt. . :
KOR3E, strong, ad useful attend*ant7lnvulia or
it.-:-\uii» ixfrsun. through da. evening or resi
dent: phyaietana' references. Hiss ccnor, 103
Mafltsoa art.
RESORTS.
IL.JKIDA.
NEW JERSEY.
WlllEß!J\T?*r «THITi: OUT »<** BEUSITf'J 1 .
HOTEL DSM VIS diractir on the ocean front.
utalway3opanani 13 an Mad _ 9_h for the
Winter guest. WALTER J. B UZB_j
The Leading Report Hou«« of Hie World
Particularly Attractive Darins
Atlantic's Great Winter and Spring Season
(Extending from DECEMBER to Jl>E»
The house holds 1100 Guest- and his 400 i
private baths, each with sea and fresh
water. White service in both American
plan and a la Carte rf!ntr-< Roams. Ex
quisite music. Golf. "Rolling Chairs, Thea
tre-. O'vraershlp Management
. JOSIAH WHITE & SONS COMPANY. I
BALEN HAL-L
noTE_-SANAToRiUMJKi T 5
Oxrinjr to our Tonic and Curatire Baths, our
Elegant Comfort and Exceptional Table and
Service, we are always bosy.
F. ft. TOOG, Gen". M_nager.
New York Office, 11_'3 Broadway.
HOTEL MORTON
VIRGINIA ATE.. NEAR BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY. >'. J.
Open all tho year Fine table. Suite* with
private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
sanitary arrangements. Elevator to all floors.
Special rates for winter. Capacity 250.
Mrs. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Proprietor.
ON THE
MOUNTAIN CRLST
; THE MO.NTCLAIR
i MOVTCLAIR. >. J.
I Apply Am. Hn'.ei Bureau. 1122 B'way. V. Y.
VLEGIXIA,
OLD PO!NT"COMFORT.
HOTEL CHAMBERL'N.
THE COMPLETE YEAR-ROUND RESORT.
Golf. Tennis, Boating, Dancing,
Military Drills, Naval -ianaeuvres.
Tne most magnificent sea water swimming
pool in America.
A COMPLETE SYSTEM O^ _UED-C-NA_,
BATH?. RECO_r:!E>:DED Et EMINENT
PHYSICIANS.
Reservations aud a".l t_formaticn at Hotel
Chamberlin otßce, H'__ Broadway, "phone 1572
— Madison Square; or address
GEO. F. ADAMS. >I=rr.. Fortress Monroe. Va
NORTH CAROLINA. -
HOTEL.
RED SPRINGS Capacity 150. .
iICU Of flirt WO ;;,,: S P rin S ,. >. C.
laeal Health and Pleasure Resort, Hunting
i Grounds (10.000 Acres). Guides. Entirely .New
r-v-ry possible convenience: select tabl*>: Red
Springs Water (cures stomach and kidney
troubles). $2 up daily. Booklet.
V T HENRY PRICE. M_T
SOUTH CAROUXA,
lISTCU C r ill Ideal health and pleasure re-
BlA_n, 0. v. '[sort. A modern family hotel.
Masroolla Inn. M Booklet Henry Buscli. Prop.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS.
SUPREME COURT. NEW YORK COUNTY.—
Emanuel Arns:et_ and Samuel Levy. PlaintiSs.
against Pasquale Vlgglaco and Josephine M.
Viggiano. his wife; Francesco Viggiano and
Mary Yiggiano. his wife; Jacob Binder. Jacob
Bautn. Pir.cus Law 'eafeld. William Prager.
' RafCaele lansite, otherwise known a. lanzlte or
Janziti; Andrea Marchetti, Jetter Brewing Com-
I pany. Rocco Patemo. Domenlco Bcchicchio. Lion
; Brewery of New York. Carmine Minettl and
I Cristina Minetti. his wife; Luisri Minetti and
vricoletta Minetti. his wife; Rafaele Guuiniota
otherwise Glaninoto; Salvatore Altamore. Arturo
nassoli. Nicolo Isco. Constantine T. Ti— lonier.
**nes T. Madden. Max— 'ell Hall Elliott. Anna
j Nelll. Domenico Caste! 11, Domenlco Pat«rno.
1 Simon C. Marura. Lorenzo Boszo. Carmine
Marchetti. Harry F- Brodsky. Wood & SelicK.
I John Slmonelll, - Prospero De Nobell. 'John"
: Brand. "•John" Mennone. '"John" Riccio. ' Jchn"
Lilla. "John" Barrone. John" Dalasando.
••John" Solairy. "John" Trapaia. "John" Bayina,
"John" De Felice. "John" Bisota. "John" Cos
! tarelll. "John" Vanaduttl. "John" Mardo. '-John"
i-abrali. •John" Ban_a_i. "John" Augustina,
I "John" Jannor. "John" De Lasona. "John"
! Denduse. "John" Daronl. "John" La Plula,
I "John" Paterno. "John" Smith. "John" Jons.
"John" Brown. "John" White. "John" Black.
i "John" Green. "John" Martin. "John" Frank
i and "John" Canttrel!; the names. "John" of the
last -three named defendants being Bcti
tlous. their true first names being unknown to
I the plaintiffs: said last thirty- three named de-
I fendants being tenants or occupants of the
1 premises described in the complaint herein. De
fendants. — Summons. — Trial desired In New
> York County.
To the above-named Defendants and each of
j them: You are hereby summoned to answer the
: complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of
your answer en the plaintiffs' attorney within
'< twenty (20) days after the service of this sum
'■ mon*, exclusive of the day of sen-ice, and In
j case of your failure to appear, or answer, judg-
I ment will be taken 3 gainst you by default for
the relief demanded In the complaint.
Dai»vi. New York. Vove— ib<-r 23. 1909
j MORRIS A. HULETT. Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Office and P. O. Address. l_S Broadway.
Manhattan. New York City.
To the defendant Cara :lne ilinetti: The fore
going summons is served upon you by publica
tion, pursuant to an order of Hon. Charles F.
Mac Loan, a Justice of the Supreme Court of the
State of N— w York, dated the 2Tth day of De
cember. 1009. and filed with the complaint in the
' office .-if the Clerk of the County of New York in
the County Court House, in the Borough of Man
• hattan. City of New York. Yours, etc..
I MORRIS- A WT'T.ETT. attorney t*r Plaintiff's,
Office and P. O. Address. 12« Broadway.
Borough of Manhattan. \»w York City.
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice Is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against Samuel A. Max
well, late of the County of New York, de
censed, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof. to»the subscribers, at their place of
transacting business, the oSce of Ashhel p.
Fitch. Mott & Grant. No. S2 Nassau Street, in
the Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New
York, on or before the Ist day of August next.
Dated New York, the l!?th day of January,
1910.
CHARLES E. MAXWELL, EDWARD E.
MAXWELL. CHARLES C. CROOK. WILL
IAM X. COMSTOCK. Executors.
ASHBEL P. FITCH. MOTT _ A NT. Attor
neys for Executors. 32 Nassau Street. Bor
oujrh of Manhattan. New York City
6CHIFFER. DOROTHEA— IN PUKSCANCE
of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a
Surrogate of the County of New York, notice
is hereby given to all persona having claims
against Dorothea Scbliter. late of the County of
New York, deceased, to present th* same, with
vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at his
place of transacting business at the office of
Thea'.l & Beam. Counsellors-at-Law. ffos. 45
and 47 Wall Street, In the City of New York,
on or before the ttrst day of August, next.
Dated New York, th* lath day of January.
1010.
HENRY E. J. SCHIFFER, Executor.
THEAI.L & BEAM. ATtorneys for Executor.
Noa. 43 and 47 Wall Street. Manhattan.
New York City
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
Female.
NURSE.— English; young; thoroughly experi
enced; will take entire charge of one or two
children: five years" reference from former •_*-
ployer. L. P.. Ills* Ftt;_eraM a Bureau, 503
Bill aye.: entrance 42*1 st.
OFFICE! CLEANER. — By young G*rman-Amerl
can woman. Call or address Mrs. cpor. 1003
Prospeft aye.. Bronx.
Nlj"K_»E- CHAMBERMAID. — Oerman-Arr.ertcan
Protestant. exr<ertenced nurse (Infant or
-Town): friend, chambermaid, excellent seam
stress Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye
coiTMth «t 'Phono. 1 ■•_ Plaza. * '
iiE VM>*TKESS.— French: by the .lay: conipot-nt
jrood references Address F. 11. P., .(, We»t
COth m. ____^ ■
WASHING — Oerman womm to do washing ami
Ironing, » days; takes washing home. Anna.
SIB Fast ft2d at. |
WOMAN of refinement, umbered would
tak« charge of furntaheil room h-iu.ie. Mrm.
M.. Box T-. Trlhun^ ■?[*■■•
WORKING HOL'SHKEEPER. — In an Institution
. or with family of adults; or useful mail- tn
lelllsent Protestant woman: ouintry. E. m' O.
63 Asbburtcn «v«.. Ycoliers. N. J * '
TIME TABLES.
!
fi^*! s £swf\^5 w f\^J r A\I i— r\lV^/^r
CRUISE DE LUXE
joss $325 AND UP mmm
ORIENT
hmmmma SO DAYS ■■■■■"
Grand Craisa bys^. mvmil
I.arKe-,t and Finest %*•«?-• 1
ever seat to the Orient.
From Kew York, Jan, 23,
at 11 A. M.
IS days In E_rpt and Hair Land.
Abo Cruises to the Km ladles.
Send for TU-atrated Book.
KAMBIRIMMrRII !
lliinSrit O^er the unsurpassed in Luxurious
I UUilQlli A^^^ and Comfortable Ocean Travel
I 6fliiSßS By the great 20.CC0 u>a _*____»
I to "C AROMA" February 19
I jfc >^ r^ "CARMANIA- March 5 o^
|F «^ L-»iat aiplf-screw tari_ne in tie Wcrlc .^^X^^,
A. J^ 5 -SAXO.NIA- Feb. 5, Mar. 19 V. A
<3^ Twin-Screw. 14_3C0 tons /C^^^. I
■ Fw Fa:t Parfieafarx and Rsswrvatiena zppiy to £?"jC^^r I
i^__W THE CUNA3D STEAMSmP CO^. Ltd. C _v^_i__. j?& I
THE CUN ASD STEAMSHIP CO~, Lxd. I
2 s«wTorfc. Boston. Oilcaeo. Miniu»«T«>li«. Pail»d«r?hia.?»-Lo«js, -^* I
3 S*o F"»:.i.;«fo. Toronto Montr*—., or Local Events. ' B
Cruises de Luxe
to the
West Indies
_/■** By NEW TWTN.SC-tCW *"^V
( "AVON"
! 1,500 Tons
CXUISI OF LYSTEI CRUSE
(31 days) CIS days)
$150 op. *** up
"rom
From New York N __ Tark
Fc_i-»_rr 19. M*rea23.
Also Y»;hr-n|Toars by New Twin-Sen r
"SEHBICE" :nroag_ the West ladies.
Bermuda
NEW WEEKLY SERVICE
»_&. "OROTAVr a
Fran Wer 5«. N. R.. NHT YORK, at
10 A. M. every Ts_nr»d_7.
Frcax BE2MUDA every i«:_r_»»
Comfortable Voyife—
Hsjti Class Caisine— Orchesc— — ■
Ekctrie Fans in all Hootas.
Complete iStutrjatd i— • k.tts — i r ■ ft tut.
1 T3I ROY \L MAIL STEAM PAOQETCB- i
SA?(DERSOf(*SON.gStateSt..?r.Y.
CRUISE TO
WEST INDIES
The Quebec Steam-hip Co.'i
Mall Steamship "G-aaa" ■,
leaves New York Februaij 10
for a delightful Cruis* of |
about 28 days, calling at the .
Islands of St. Then iss. St.
Kltts. Barbados and other !
Islands and Demerara.
$ 130 £
BERMUDA
From New . Tork EVERY WEDNESDAY.
; twtn-sere— ■ S. S. "B«r— xndlan~ <5.330 loasf. ,
! EYEKY SATUKDAT; -■ twtn-screw S. S.
"Oceana"* (S.OOO tons). Perfect Service.
TCURS TO THE ORIENT
__ Our annual parties are nearlns completion. J
Several dates still open- Telegraphic applica- I
tion necessary.- -'
70 TOCRS TO EXTROPF. and the
PASSION PLAY at OBERAM-EEFGAC.
Usual independent railroad and steamship j
tickets every— 'hers. COOK'S Travelers'
Cheques Good Throughout the World.
.TKOS. COCK & SON
245. 1200 Broadway. <543 lla_iscn Aye .
563 Fifth Aye. (Windsor Arcade). N. T.
BOSTON a* d pciMTS iN
LONG ISLAND SCUND ROUTES
! FALL RIVER LIVE, Via Newport and Fan '
River. I_.v. Pier 19. >_ B-. ft. Warra St.. i
week days and Sundays. 5:00 P. -M. Strs.
PROVIDENCE and PRISCILLA. Orcaestra. en
each.
NORWICH LINE Via. Sew London. _,v. pier
40. N. V-. X- C!_x_son St.. week days. 500
P. _L; Pier 70, E. R., ft. v E. 224 M 630
P. M. Strs. CHESTER W. CHAPIK and SEW ■
j H.O-PSHIRE.
NEW HAVEN LINES. For New Haven, Hart
ford. Sprin^Seld and North. week da—^ < only.
i Leave Pier 28. H. It.. _.-00 P. M. Str. RI'_HAHU>
PECK.
Tickets, staterooms and inior___;io_ at City
■ Ticket Office. 171 Broadway, near CorUaadt St. I
Telephone 5121 Ccrtlar.dt. Also at X- Y.
I Transfer and Tourist OrScea and at Piers.
MQLLAND-AMERIGA U_C
Twin-Sere— Paucnsrr Service _T
" W YORK— «OTT^_I)A»i VU BOLLOQXE Mi
j Noordam..Feb. 1. 0 am ' Potsdam ....Feb. 22
I Statenda— . Feb. 8, 9 am. Noordara. Mar. 8
I Holland- Line. 3!) Broad— T»y. >'. Y.
' —
EXCURSIONS.
Grand Winter Tours
to sr»-T
CALIFORNIA
Parties wlli leave frequently tor California
and visit Riverside. Redlands. San Diego. Pasa- |
dena, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Santa Crux, t
Monterey. San Jose. Saa Francisco, etc. The
return journey includes th-> Sierra Nevada by ]
daylight. Salt Lake City, the Gorges ___ i
Canons of Colorado. Denver. Manitou Springs !
and the Garden of the Gods. Leisurely so- i
journs will be made at th« various place*.
Business tea and their tamilies and ladles can
nee all Important points without waste of time.
tr aveiluiK luxuriously amlcr e— rort ef expe
rienced conductors the entire trip, Stop-orer
privilege*. Ticket* nine month*' limit.
OTHER TOURS To ****** <***•
______________________ Nassau. Porto j
Rico. Mexico, Mardi Gra_ £arnival,
Japan, Around the World.- Europe, etc.
Railroad and Mramship Tickets Everywhere*
Send for book, mentioning Information desired.
RAYMOND _ WHiTOOMB go.
225 Fifth Avenue. N. T. TeL ::: iladUoa 6q.
Boston. Philadelphia. Pittsburgh. Chicago, etc. j
LOST— BANKBOOKS.
LOST. — Bankbook No ;>4_.181. Bank (or gavtnfs.
-M) 4th aye.. New Torlt. Paymeat atopue-.
Pleaae retnrn book to bank.
LOST — Bankbook No. 218.7 CL Harlesi Savtsgs
Rank Pajraeut stapceAl. Kindly return M
hank. ________________________________
LOST or STOLBN.— Bankbook No. 601. 4u» of th«
German Saviors Bank in the City of New
York, corner tth « v <?- and 14th St.. issued to
John Calioslaanl. An persons are c_uUoa«d I
aralnst iiu-g»-_tat'.a_ the same. If not retunwd to
the bank on the 10th day of February. 1910. a I
duplicate w iiL?y >>8u * d - _ _ ______ j
LOST or STOLEN.— Bankbook. No. COl.-lCa of too j
Oern-M Savings Bank In the City of Ne~*
York corner 4th aye. and t4ta St.. Issued to j
John* Ca.logla~r.l- All persons are cautioned .
nralnst n<>«otlattn* th« same. If not returned
to tho b*nU on the 10th day of February. Vl>l<-\ '
_ duplicate wIM he Issued.^ I
FOR SALE.
BILLIARDS, pool and new patent cotnblnatloa
tables: lowest prices: suppUem. repairs, bowl-
In r -U«v builder- Decker _ ice r_«t »ta •_
r.*t i-'Q
BUSINESS CHANCES
_T A ORE-*T h'EDl'CriON. prtnMasr of all
kinds: *-! c*n save you SO I *. Johnson Press, I
. iucccsaor* to Call Pt«m. 112 Fulton •-. M> T«
TIME TABLES.
REGULAR SERVICES
All Modern Safety D*ri«re* OVlrelw*. *<■
London— Paris- Hamburg
S. S. AMERiKA foT~.
L^-Tinc New York. Feb. 12. II A. U.
tt~ _•_>:-: R;t.-.-Carlt_n a la Carte R«_t*_r__*.
•Iwnastum, El*c. _•__-. Elmnr. Pmlm a_rilsi
•r*res.Lincoln-lan23.9AM! , ■-•• i •- <-- - -.:•*
•Pres. Grant Feb. SftKais'n An*. Vic.Slch. 5
tAmertka Feb. IJ *Pree. Lincoln.. Mca. 11
fPe_r_rva. ..F«_. 19|*Pres. Grant . H--. 13
i Hamburg direct. *OmJl» PtynM-th.
■mm m | V# VIA ••rBRALTAR,
I I ML 1 A.ND ».f>OA.
S. S. HAMBURG, FEB. to.
3. S. CINTIW %TI Jas. CO. HAM-
S. S. H.VMUCRU ,Feb. 15, 31 arc a 29
a. S. BAT.VVLV Marca 3
TRAVELLERS' CHECKS ISSUED
Tourist Dent, t, t - Trips Everywhere.
41-45 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
CUNARD LINES
From Piers 01 52 3*5. North River, » A. ML
LIT-rpooi %m ill ii. Canine at F-k_«umr-.
South Wo lea.
Oatcksst Hosts ta Lii.ai I Caati«,:
-la F__Mr_ar--
Wednesday from New York
Monday in London
MACEITrA-VIA— IXSITASTA.
Largest. Fastest Sl_ar"._hlpj» A_c__.
Sail \Vettac*_ix» . .
XTtrtlnm Tele«rw»_. Submarine 9i««_il
rmbrta Feb. 2! Cs__rta. .....Felw 2*
Mauretania Feb. t Mauritania. Mar. I
Campania. Fes. 16 LiW-tanta _Msr. •
10 1 1 4 LI Car mania. 1 Caroaii
O r I\W>T~ Maj_isce_L New 2C.COu-Taa _U_.
X KUiKI ia-^il_rc!i 5_ .._, ;.
ft Lulr I \*u_'.Vi.V r^H_ietr_.
I Gibraltar.
ALSO TWO SPECIAL CBUiaES
SAXOLA TO ITALY. Feb. s— _Lcß- __
HCNGAItL\N-AMERXCA>- s£KV ICX.
To FIUiIB. -la
GIBRALTAR. GELNOA. NAPLES. rRrESTB
Saxonia Feb. 5. nocai Caro-U... ._.... JTe*. 1»
Panncnia.Feb. It. noon ir_rm_a_aV. - ".*.*.*. Ma- 4
Travelle— r checks Issued — rood eT_rywh_r«.
XITB- Cr>"AKD STE.\M3IUT CO- LTT>.
-1-24 State St.. opposite the Batt-T-
AMERICAN LIME *«»£«s*-*
riTmoutb-ChertMniTTt «">:r___:ct«»»»
•Oceanic .......Jan. 23 • • Adriatic F«!>. 1*
BM Sock Feb. 3!5t. Lenl». ....... Fib. V>
•Whsta Star siea-jer frwn Pier 48. K. R.
RED STAB LIME "^"S^. l^.*"*
New- York Ant-em— Parto.
Flnlaod Feb. 2;z«elaad ...-Feb. 1*
Vaderland Feb. SlLapland ,;_#wv . .Feb. 3
WHITE STAB USE « ,_,^n r_
New York. — Queenat<m~— LlTenro-1
Lauieattc (new). F«-5.= pra, Baltic .Feb. 1»
PlyTnoQth— Cherbourg— SaatbAmpton.
Oceanic, jas. 29. 10 am t Adriatic Fab. __ 10 asa
fN. Yor_.Feb. 5. 10 am ?eb.t_. 13 i
tAmaricaa Line «tea— t«r _rem F4ar IS. N. R.
_&&& * IT4LY & E6YPT
Via Azores, Madeira and Gibraltar.
Cretic Jan. 2_. Ip. m. . _l_r->. 13
Celtic <20.904 Tona)..Feb. 2. U *. m ; XmbM
C«lrtc i_1,033 Toos>. Feix 14.
Romanic ........ F»_. 2*. April _.
Caxioplc Mares 34; Mar *■
PASSENGER OFFICS. 9 BROAD~TAT.
WORTH QERJfiAM LLOYD
Lai— ft. Fast and _,_x_rt_a_ Twt_-Berew
Expreaa aad P-saeccer =____a_-..-_
: E<ji:-,e_ wlt_ Wlr«leaa & . r:_~_« _: £-—-—>
PiTMorTfl-ftnTßßor_G-BR___a.
press .S_.iin«B Tuesdays at DA. _L
K. -W__ d-»r .Feb. STCecilla Mar. 23
K. Was. der Or. Mar. 9 C-Jsex W__ H. . .Apr. ■
B':^^tr^ dik!:ct
Tw t_-Scre— ■ SaUinjs Tharsdajra at 10 A. it.
Zl-tea .....Jan. 27} « G. W_a_J_«_o__F*b. __
Boon Feb. 10{Rli-Ui M_c 3
••:_ at Plyin«itii and CE-!rsocrs.
G K.\ — — GENOA — AXGtET«.
Me.-iusrTan«*a 3ai.:-«a __--_r_a » at 11 A. M.
•Berlin mew). . .Jan. _»• K. Albert Feb. 13
tGr. Kart-erat. .Feb. 5t Bvbtnnk. Feb. S9
•Omits Aiglera. tOiieni Cruise. _•
t_-*»si-l-rn Around the WerU Tours.
Travellers' Checks «oc_ all orer the worML
Apply OEXRICHS * CO G«_er_l A_llU-_
5 ROADWAY. NSW TORK.
SEVE»~SAIU«sTaCH WEEK
-^GHEAT WHITE FLEET -
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY.
21 DAY CBUISES, 51 25.
NEW YORK to JAMAICA.
PANAMA CANAL
COLOMBIA,
>"EW SERVICE OF 5.0 c« TON sTE__O_-__P*.
Private suites and stateroo— is. wtt_ .connect -
Ins ba.tb; handsozxie music room and d_B_ ur
saloon; un~ — iallj- broad decks: all oot_l-<*
staterooms: smoking room with balccc y; arti
ficially cooled air in -cronu&odauoas-
ATTRACTIVE TRIPS FROM NEW OR
LEANS to the PANAMA CANAL
and CENTRAL AMERICA
by Steamships -* tho
above type.
TOURS TO JAMAICA
from PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
en the "ADMIRAL" steamships: from
BALTIMORE on is S. S. "BROOK
LINE" and "BARNSTABLE."
Weekly sailings from Boston to Costa Rica.
Send for new lil_str_xed booklet. "XH3
TROPICS. 1 * UNITED FRUIT COMPaNT It
BATTERY PLA.CE. SEW TORE, or at &bov<*
ports, or »te_r&_hip Ticket A^eiit *.
By Twin Screw Line
Larstst sad Fastest Steamers
S. S. Uce_(v_. _»JOO Ton*
S. S. Bermudian. 5530 Tons
\Tlreles* on mi:_ StdixDers: also S>O_- k I la.
Forty ho— rs Irom froat to flowers 3allt2t*»
every Wedx tesday and Saturday ;-:j. St«
WEST INDIES
New S. ->. "Guiana* and other *:<F__ner_ fort
nightly for St. Thorraa. St. Crtslx. St. ■ Kltta.
Antigua. Ccaiialoupe, Pom trite-. Vartta-qwe.
St. Lucia. Barb-does and D«_wtart. Fer Uh_»
trated pamphlet? with full lnferaK at-MI ■Mil _>
to A. K. OITERBUIDC.E * CO.. Geal _«__.
Vtnebec S. ?». Co_. Ltd-. ;j Braadnay. > ••
\ork THO>. COOK * SON. Pass. Acts.. S4S
and 1200 Broadway. -„. Madison \r- -> : 1,,,
A»e.. >'. _.. or any Ticket \_rai. cr QLCCUEC
S. S. COMPANY. Ltd.. Unit 1..
Mardi Gras S
AMERICA'S __T $
QUAINTEST _^_,_ -Jl
CARNIVAL 70.00
\a|>r _^^ Round Trip
l^*- Wl ' Xew York
Orleans .^r . tadudte x board oa
Feb. 5 - 5 - ••-Antilles —
jj«- 19,900 Toas '
oUl^^Feom New York Feb. 2nd
JT Southern Pacific Co.
j^r] * -5 - "'53 * Broadway. New York
CLARK'S 12TH ANNUAL CRUISE
■i Feb. 5 ta April 19 api
TO THE to ORIENT
0 THE ORIENT
By S.S. Gt-Mrr Kurfuer»t
THE ONLY ORIENT CRUISE THIS WtVTEB
Under the Able Hsii|»sim or
FRANK C iUKh
•er»ntT-t»ir«« -»»«. Irtctadtas 2* day* ««
Ksypt and the Holy Land, costisx only rt^O.O*
and up. lnelud!:.^ shore exstrrsioss. Hotels, etc
SITCLU. >*KATl.*K££t: v, ■ -_ _•.'<,'_
Algiers, Malta. Constantinople. Athena, B-OM.
too Riviera, etc Tickets good to stop over t-i
Europe, to include Passloa Play, etc
£urope-Obc~jir intrnpia Tour*. $Z~O up
>«ANK C. CL.VKK. Tlmo* ■__». N>w -:„.
PFQ "0" LIHP U4 ; *^
>._._# if LIIIC BPooWan. at Neon,
Kor gan Juan. P. R.. La Cuayra. Pto. CabaUo.
Curacao and Maracalbo. via Cnracaa -
CARAC.__ ...Ja«. £>iPHILADS:LFHIA..F«b. »
„*? La Ouayra. CV-c-o and Maracaibo.
ZX-'LIA F<»6. 6:MAR.\CAIBO Feb. t>
Superior Accommodation* for P____aaer*.
BUSS. DALLETT i C£>^
I -- »l Ma— arm. S2 v v __
"TRAVSL." a booklet of winter trips t» alt
resort*. Mailed free on request. MA RSTRR3
TOUR 3. 21 "West 30th St.. New Tort ""'"^
*T

xml | txt