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t' ' „ <cr StrauM) et al (action to d- ,••«.-.
' £*J %W. attorneys. Pratt. Koehler & hu s !
m ■ ■ cor NM st, IS2.Ss« «x
.•SiS? Harlem Ba\ ings Bank agt 3ssSTTI
iwjlw* 11 <t »l <alXJended foreclosure of nitß)
!u r u^x ST. n f. ■ I ft c of Vnion av#*
rTf^rt, Fianclska B Hchmann a s t Frank-
al Uorcclosure of cats); a?Siwjv W
rKJ^D ST. €3: Mabeile S Poieh as comniittw
. N r. ST. 6S. Ma«v:^.. B MM. as iinmm
c.2.c .2. Virginia Tuska et al tfort-closur or intsr/-
JiVorney. E It n« Grovo. "*'•
' '.' E « A YE. « w cor Kir.CThrldg> rd. iu.sx
SSfc ienrlette Kr..:i agt Mckolas Vogci et al
' rfo.-W: « of ret « ) : attorneys, , tTsssftiiiiii &
j giivertnar.
.^Ti" • end B. parcel 5: map of subdivision of
«t£tf of William B Opdcn; Marian II Wi kea
irt CbCries E Keniston Realty Co ct al <fct>
1 ciwsre of mtg); attorneys, Crocker & WickesT
■\jTHAVE. n a. *\ half lot 503. map of Villas*
J€ tl-akefield. Th Brcnx. MxlM; John J
ZB*'ch att James A Clover et al (foreclosure
a mi«i>: rney. G X Durlando. ure
lUTfI Ay-:.A v - : . »■• *.. half lot l *B. map of Vi!ia«c
SttTaVeeeW: Alice I*her*-ocd £ K . Joawphlne
Srhv.. et al laction to recover dower)- atto'r
OT, A Darmstadt. '• ullor
lETß AVF. n f. v half Jot PS2. map of Villa...
% VaV^fleld: A.lee I f herx,-ood apt John p (i
flr»*:< -..,-• «t a: (action to recover dower)- at
torso a Paiiislsß*. '• "* l ~
XCTn FT. S*!« East: Kyaian Shapiro apt Harnet
rrirtz^.an a al (action to foreclose mochan!c>
' Ufr:»: attorney. L Rosenberg. "'^nanic *
M ST :Ci West: John M Bowers act Be«si^
poirlfk et aj .amended foreclosure of mS*
tUarwy. H S Borland. in »si.
, IPTH ST. s c ITS ft w of 2d aye 87fixl0ftn
~«i! art Samuel B_tortUi_V2f2tol_
rfnure of mtg); attorney. M Aloinoff. * tOre -
BUILDiNG LOAN CONTRACTS.
JANUARY 27
-r-- v> FAPVWAV. s «> ocr ITTth at 10S «»
%£ Hos. Realty Sla om ' ■ ?jra C 3C 3
rr\-ln« Robtnt (3.600:
OPPOSE TEACHER.
If She Doesn't Indorse Equal
Paii She Shouldn't Have It.
■ TV ftct that Mi? s Ruth E. Granger
praciifil of Pabllc School «7. Brooklyn'
Yzs stated publicly that she does rtot think
tiist, a . ivon-an is entitled . to t the. tame
«r_ty a? a man has aroused opposition
»<» htr sppointinent to a vacancy in the
c«r<? of district superintendent, accordin
a General leor*e W. Wingate. a member
of the Eoard of Education.
r rf 3£ral -'.gaie said he thought the
fffcrt cf tfachers working for eo.aal pay
toTpmlsh those Who did not a^ree "with
•.hem sbonld be made public. He .there
fore gave out correspondence that passed
between Miss Helen Hoy Greeley. tempo
-trr chairman of the Committee of One
. .n__re<S «>!i the Improvement of Condl
:^as iii the Schools, and himself On the
-ground that Miss Granger hag stood
a?*isst and not for her fellow women in
i_ profession. Miss Greeley writes:
CiS^eqaer.tiy. -re feel justified in saving
Bat since she considers herself Inferior in
(jaaiiiiiy to the men members of her pro
fession tt is unfair to the city (her em
r_!-er), end equally unfair to the other
*«ner., who do not, like Miss Granger
jvc-- themselves .o be hampered in ef
toecey or capability, tA appoint her to one
cf tfce very few positions in the eervfee
rMch command a salary equal to that of
(be ir.ft!e incumbents of the office
TTe _ also _ feel that it would be unwise
._J n_d\2fcaDle in the extreme to place
I a position of authority over a large
:;_ti>er of women one of their number
rho ha< ttood against what they consider
tteir best • rest* who has publicly allied
t •sv f w:th the forces opposed to those
• __rtsts and who has undoubtedly aroused
&:«■ r»:«=er.tment and much personal an

[ Ger.»rai Wingate replied that Miss
Gnus, r had not asked him to support her,
_d referred to the attitude of her fellow
ivpers toward her as utterly selfish.
"11 squarely presents the issue." he added
Jsat any teacher who «!oes nor advocate
_e_u:es that will !;*e pecuniarily profitable
» a cla^s of teachers who have formed
ramseroaa and powerful organization.- is
'■:•■£- ccbarrcd from merited promotion."
HALL SURRENDERS.
Souihhridgc Bank Treasurer
Had Been Here. -
, STtbtter. Mass., Jan. 27.— After secluding
r__eli for inor^ than a week. John A.
Hall, treasurer of the Southbridge Savings
B_k, who is charged with the larceny of
CLd/j ef the bank's funds, surrendered to
ti* Hiate police at Worcester early to-day,
_d vss brought hero for a hearing.
Hall v.-as taken into the Ist Dls
t-^ct Court of Southern Worcester County
b»:e he waited examination and pleaded
tst puilty to .1 charge of ?rand larceny.
i'itut Henry I. Clark held the treasurer
is r/J T C/j» bonds, which were furnished by
Sfffiihijridge and Boston people', and Hall
nt reiea.se_
SouthLridge. Mass., Jar. 27.— During the
jJtitHnobn George A. Gaskili. of Worcester,
-Jchri a. Hall's counsel, mad*- a statement
» beha!f of his client. The statement vi-as
to tfje tffect that since leaving Southbridje
a-'t Thursday, Hall had been in New York
Cty. Oi Tuesday he wrote a letter to
tisan Mart n. cf Boston, his brother-in
fe'S', In which • •!! asked if a warrant had
tetc issued for '- arrest. In tlie letter he
Hited that if a warrant had been issued be
*c_!a return cn_ face the charges against
to. ■,
Martin Immediately went to New York
to jrjeet Hall, and the two arrived at
Bereeeter early • -day
Calvin D. Paize, president of the bank,
■to to-r.ieht that Hall's apparent Bhcrtasc
I"' the light of the examination, so far as it
-.lad gor;t, wits about $150,000.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
IfSosion, jar.. 27.— Clarence H. Dadmun.
' Us eoUectcr of V.'frKesley, Mass.. to-night
br^blajself up, confessing he was $7,000
*-en in bis accounts with the \o-*rr.. He
y&* toefced "j^. orjd beins unable to secure
ttcc*, liR-j to Etey in the town jail for the
-E-t. He viJ! 'be arraigned to-morrow
Oior-
AvoriUng i<> George A. Sweetser. chair
jpasi Ot tit lioard of Selectmen, Dadmun
«ss eonfcesed his defa!cations and admit
*i that the-> extt-ntied over a period of
Sort than two years.
BIG FPEIGHTER FLOATED.
iHar, Ashore in Fog, Gets Off at
High Tide.
• The Southern Pacific freight steamship
& Mar, inbound from Galveston, which
T e-t £groun<3 on the mud flats on the east
~<J of the Reiner Shoal early yesterday.
r *» Seated last night. The weather was
ttJck cS B»dy Hook In the morning and
*~e attempting to forge past the Scot
«* — Sfatship to the entrance of the Ged
**>' Ch_rji»:! the freighter went aground,
the ion thinned out the plight of the
*•"•" •sii.g observed from shore and word
*H sent to v.- Southern Pacific Company
R this c:ty.
i A tug was s^nt <sfwn to the stranded yes
)&. jm<j later the • *:ritt -Chapman Wreck-
Company was ordered to send down ■
f***l <t wrecking tugs to haul the FA Mar
pfo df«p water at high tide. Before tin
jß"j had attained its maximum height last
**>i the tug i Relief and I. J. Merritt took
lin *» irorn ii..; freighter, and with the
Ui: * Ul ' or these and the power of her;
*n screw she backed into deep water."
ir.feVfc Si<: i v.as not damaged and, convoyed
j th * tugs, eteameti up to Quarantine.
'** Ei Mar fe a freight steamship it near-.
'Jour Uiouiar.fi tons., She left Oalveston
** J«nu»iry 2. with a large cargo of mer-;
******* for this port.
Eo^B ASSAILANT OF BANKER.
; ••Wed m Brother of a Well-to-Do
• New Yorker.
bis!" d *' rJhia - Jo! ' 21.-ldentlfied by loiters
*" podteti as a member of a well-to-do
*,;* York family, the man who was capt-
V, alter a desperate struggle last night
'^m hh ° n>< - cf Henry Ruetschlin. presf
stcVs° [ the Textile Bank, was arraigned
, £*7 and held In $2,500 hall.
Rj_?i! ta * '« '• !he police, the prisoner Is
j»jyT ew K-S> i: " N w York, and is a
:^ dd c r of a weJl known tuislnesa man of
*_ "«T WJu ' r - arrested he said hit name
-■- '■ Br&aa.
Two of the QUALITY ADS.
IN TO-DAY'S
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
SALESMEN (travelling) to handle our article
s. sis a side line; excellent proposition; exclu
sive territory; liberal eunceesiocs. Novelty
MM Co., 1547 Broadway.
eSAIESLADV .who had experience. !o /
IAU6LADY who has had experience Id
—present lng financial propositions can make
money with us. Cull morning*, 701 World
Building^
READ THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK.
HELF WANTED.
Male.
CANVASSERS.
New Newspaper Premium
Proposition.
trn> f l36lll with cuaran-
IMfl salary aDd carfare paid weekly, and
liberal commission in addition. Best
ca£r v *• CUy for experienced news
r. book ai.-d casazlno men who are
acapied tn '■»«■ ma factory or bouse
to- l-.ous* work: to* orders a day will
earn $30.00 per week. Call between 9
*» SB. and lpm.
- WILLIAM H. GUTELIUS.
P.com 323. Tribune Building. New Yoric.
THE kEST SALESMAN
• CATALOG
Hightiy Arranged and Worded.
I "»-ilI compile or revise catalogs and circulars
for th.^ hardware store?, tlnvrare, plumbing,
iraenir.e, agiicaltural and similar businesses
upon reasonable Lcnca. Interview solicited. N.,
Bos 24. Tribune Office.
A vKU ARTICLE. 100 per cent profit; send two
cent stamp for working 6uniple. limanon Spe
cialty Ob 277 Broadway.
AGlSN'ib to naiit.li; teas, coffees and ices, ex
perience not necessary; build up a business.
1 i .ii-sk Burns & Heed. 20y Hudson st
AGENTS— Sell Jersey sSkeeter*. a parlor aero
plant for indoor sport. !$C per cent profit-.
Lincoln .Square Novelty Works. 1931 Broadway.
AGENTS. — On aiul Off Purzle: fascinates young
aiu! oiu, nt 6 the vest, pocket; sample. 10c.
Room. 24£. 177 a Broadway.
AGENTS H. Ac C. tir«- inflator. $20; invaluable
to automobilii-tp; engine does the work; isases
purified and cooled; good opening for righ: men.
Koom 245, 1779 Broadway.
BOOKKEEPER— ThoroHghIy experienced man,
for mercantile house; aalary $-'2-s2."i to start;
good oj-portunltv. Mighill (Position Broker).
Flatiron Building.
BOOKKEEPER for tnanufacturin? house; good
opportunity; salary -*20; must furnish b*>st of
:•.■»!• ik es. Mighill (Position Broker). Flatiron
building.
BOX WANTED by lace house to deliver pack
ages, assist in shipping dept., etc. Apply with
references. 10 a. m. Friday, I. A. Lahey & Sons,
S3S Broad-way.
CANVASSERS ana COLLECTORS: best terms
to men of good character. Colonial Life Ins.
Co.. 110 East 25.1 st.
< A.vv.i. "-tKll?, experience bouse-to-honse: sal
ary and commissions; permanent. N. Y. Medi
na; Service Company. £4 Broadway. Brooklyn.
• -•..■. v .'-..^.-iiiivj — i^aigo corpi-roiiicn opening up
Brooklyn desires services of hustling canvass
ers and collector?, speaking: one or more foreign
languages. J. E. Schurler. CC7 Fulton st.,
Brooklyn.
COUPLE for country; cook, useful man; good
references: wages }00. Universal Employment
B-jrc-au, 28 East 23d at. Miss Peckham.
COUPLE wanted: cook. useful, butler; ?C0; city
■ iar^; reference riquired. Miss Shta's Bureau,
g East I2d at.
CKKW MANAOER. experience- house-to-house;
salary and. commlisions; permanent if ratls
factory. / Y. Medical Service Company, SI
Broadway. Brooklyn.
DEMONSTRATORS, experience housc-to-housp]
.s^lar\- fl nd commissiors; permanent. N. Y.
Medical Service Company, Si Broadway, Brook
lyn.
DISTRICT MANAGERS — J100.000.00 com
pany, extending old established business.
wants energetic, honest men to control new
territory Creamer. National Casualty Co..
150 Nassau Et
FIVE GOOD MEN on successful weekly; special
proposition; gets <ju!ck orders. Call. Leslie's.
31 East :'7tli st. . ,
GERMAN CLERK, preferably bookseller, «r'it
leg a legibly hand. Address Bookseller. Box
:<• Tribune Office. --
LUNCH MAN wanted at once; must be <ober
and reliable. Call at Swedish Employment
Bureau. 45 Weal 125 th st. 'Phone 4589 Harem.
MKN WANTED: cheap passage; London, Liver
pool, feeding cattle; fa"st steamers from New
Y'Tk clr»>ct. Agency. f.50 Greenvrlch Et.
MEN of athletic aspirations to join Brooklyn
coast artillery corps; training, swimming tank,
gymnasium, etc.. free. F. 1. T.. Tribune C)fhce.
PHTfiICIAN wanted by the Consolidated Medical
Company. K'2B Gates a\e.. Brooklyn; good
cbance tor live- man: write for particulars.
QI'ARTET TENORS for city churches. 5250.
|WO. ?700 Webster's Choir Exchange. 13*5
sth avo.
"SeXITeStaTE !TALESM"AN"to TeII cr rent hjgh
REAL BBTATE SALESMAN to KU or rent high
cla^s rity realty: hustler! 1 make big money.
Unit..d Rea'tv Co.. 190 Neseau st.
ROYAL BENEFIT SOCIETY, 103 Park aye..
Suite 4"7. requires competent. intelligent rap
rfrF-entativcs; 13 prominent, unique drawing Lene
fits. >thner. 1402 Broadway. '
SALESMAN. Leslie's Weekly: educated, deter
mined; over 21; permanent position; $30
weekly. Call after 2p. m.. Room 03, SI East
•j7th st.
KALK-MfcN" thi-oughouc'th»: United State* to sell
automobile necessities- every owner wants our
-,I?ro'.ectcr: references) required. O'Neil Tire &
Protector Co.. -:2<' Broadway. ■
KA—KSMEN Choio- territory opeti with the Per
ieci -x V"isibl< ■.-..!••.■- 9-10 a. m.. Fox
Typewrltere. »3 Na gsai ' «t.
SALESMAN, wit!, email capital, to join party
manufacturing a new camphor ice: large field
and big profits. Shields. Bo* 8. Tribun- Offlce.
SALFSMAN wanted In New York CHy and Phil
adelrbia who has larg» trade in conduit; sta!t;
salary wanted, experience and give , references.
Adrr<»ss B. W., Tribune <"»fli<^
fc\LESMAN wanted to follow up I^-ads on com
imission; steady pmpioyment: must be good
talker. J.. Box : : Tribune Otßc*.
CALESMAX. with small capital, to Join party
manufacturing a new camphor ice; larg" Jle!d
and big profits Shields. Box 20. Tribune Office
ait i.-sm \:;. of tjcod address, who can latol
li^ciitly' represent a financial proposition of ax
ceKal merit; excellent propoaltioa Mornings.
701 World Building. _____——. -
"RiLEfITEN (travellln.) to fiandl.- our article as
""a. '-Vl. Use: exc-lleni proposition; exclusive ter
ritoryriiberal roncc«ions Novelty Sales Co..
•"47 Broadway „
Several hebrew MEN. over 2.-. yea-.* of
' a-e who can '.oak English plainly, to -epre
f( .l7 a large insurance company: premiums pay
_„* we'kfy- Rood inducement to start. Apply
nooVn 3M Thoroughfare BWg., 57Ul st. and
B^ay or 23 Flatbush aye,. Brooklyn, any day.
-- ln «-
pantcLTirT Sill ,I'ositlon Broker). KUtiron
Building . ■ -
j!urHKKS [hard) on m< -i:.J tag frames. 11am
,., ! Liptier g42 Lafayett; si. ._
riHAPHER- Young man who is looking
S. S S_r_^Wl__£
irnr. '■—— —
-..-v-,-ww tPHEK for automobil** lirni; K'^od
__222|SS55S5vnt? »«ft be »UHnc;
512-515? P««itlcn permanent. Jnpp Exchange.
1.7 Vaesau st ______——— — - — j—
.. . r-CTTiTiri'-H-ZJulck and accurate; thor
.STBXOOIIAIHUK JWKK Ca]l person,!
it .[■;.'*:&. MS«» <P"«'"» nroker) ' Fl!ltIron
— — ~-^UTPHI'n-?P-ni»h. English; must be
_TirCOGRAPHLU - pa town position. Call a t
<XP 'n£hl F«*l.an«e. M Waaaau ,t.
_?f_^^i^r^,-^rmfTsnTyTto sell rtcck of
j-T'x-K SAI^»»»^; furnished; must be cod
►anltarj ""atrlck Bos )() Tribune O«C«.
ffVO MK ,fi,.r ma'ie l>y auccrasful weekly Us
■ Raft tnn a*. _
'»" moving ptctlire
l "" lne^'iS(f« B • & "• MoVlnß PlCtUro
ro I _l_____?i — -,-riu/ linotvtie operator; nlghtT;
Vv^TED^^^S^only. William P.
union: * IM ,^ oM st
rvmale
a ,» to cntrv $M' assistant
vooKKEE^B do J»*« 0 r 'enned anpiicanta
SBfegK_i^^«*s! ElsI ° Dieh, Kx
en'} •"C „, vaspau Ht. _ i_ „_-. , — .
■<-haTii_____ l . ; "^;rat.her. Uptown pouitlon.
•koIfKEKPEU. '*X M «ffl<J; must *****
% %££& bookkfeillrSi Jupp Ex -
JSI-^—"Jlrno-ftSlreiJ S l-^— "Jlrno-ftSlreiM Tenvelopea. Peek
& M____2£_J-i on fve^kly: call and the^
C^f^f^rS-'out^f town write. K.
™j. J_lJ_-^^7rT7^n3SsT „; tor dtyT
w£Z l % fc ™« <- * - fth
floor. __-, • ... r'rear ST Lnrcbmom;
klZ^W Al %£ CM- B<™UV_ West
\E\V-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, JAXTWRY l'S, 1010.
HELP WANTED.
,„ , Female.
«-HAMnERMAID-S«.w: Irish: for Oosh«n. N.
4"d st Miss Curry's Bureau. sth floor. 25 West
*>-d st
CI I°i R SOPRANOS 'and contraltos, S.10i»; ?4(X>.
St* ay \°' Webster ' 8 Cnoir Exchange. 130
COMI'ETKNT KIV.'HKXMAI!.. foV c-tv. in:me
•l.atvly. » Mrs. DitidOSMi's Co-operative Ein
plo>mentjjureau. 531 Madison aye cor. 43.i st.
OMP3 < kxt. well trained child's nurse, who
Kr'tTvi "•" i<? " wanted Immediately Mia?
Wtikicy j= Employment ' Bureau. 4 East 42d st
COOK. Sg to ■" Vith klichenmald: mu»t have
4 7 \vi,, /•>'!%•' " nce> for city, julien Bureau.
U1 "" Bwedtea ,*? r GG ' 'an; must cc thorougriy"
duetrlal Asso;-:n«i<-'ti 0 East 4"d st
COOK— Plrai tor private famitv. who can
set ur. dinners fnr-comrany ; must be a goo.l
ijaKcr. well recommended. Jaequir"s Emi)lov
mcr.t Bureau. tSOl* tith ayr
IJNDRKSS. 25; for city. immcdlatelVT
Miss Curry's Bureau. 25 West 42d at.. sth
flcor.
; COOKS'— cook- laundre
L. mediately. Miss ( n
' st.. sth floor.
COO K _ Assist 'laundry, for Rldgefleld," ' Conn.
Miss Curry's Bureau. 25 West 4"d a* "th
floor. ' '
COOK —Protestant"; city now. country later;
■nage E $2.-> to $.10. must have good i-cfcrenc<>
V* 11 Ihursday morning. Juljen Bureau. 47 West
42a st.
: s having ; im"
ry'c Eurea-.t. 25 West 4_il
COOK- Thirty. f u! ~Ard*feylon- Hudson Miss
_J'uny c Bureau. 25 West 42d st.. f.th floor.
COOKS— a -30; rity. wanted immediateb' Miss
Curry's Bureau. 25 West 42d st.. sth floor.
COOK Swedish, also other nationalities; im
mediately. Mlsa Curry's Bureau, 25 West 42d
si., otb floor
COOK for hoarding house: one with good refer
ence; wages $40. Universal Employment Bu
reau. 28 East 23tl st. Miss Pfckham.
COURIER MAID, first class: must have excel
lent personal references and thoroughly undpr
ctand her business. Harry Turner's Bureau, 34
"West 45th st.
GENERAL HOUSE WORK— Girl wanted for gen
eral housework ; small family; good wages. 332
': I4Bd si., near 3d arc.. Bronx.
GOVERN E4JS — Enslish Protestant; two eWl
dren, ix and eight; wages $35 to $40: must
have sootl references. Industrial Association, 0
East 42<1 st.
HOUSEKEEPER Tor Jewish institution, salary
|50, wanted immediately; experience absolutely
necessary- Mr?. PHlsbury's Bureau. 507 sth
ave^ betweea 42d and 43d srs.
HOUr-'EWOKKBltS— Experienced, having refer ■
fnres; $2.">, $30. Miss Cuiry's Bureau. 2'> West
42d st.. r.th floor.
LADY'S MAlD— French or German; must be
willing to travel and have good references;
wases $.15. Industrial Association. Inc.. 9 East
«d_6t.
LAUNDRESS -Protestant only; city; wageaf2S;
two family lefeience required; must do shirts.
Julien Bureau. 47 West 42d st.
NURSES v.-anted for Institution, near city, tu
berculosis patients; $25 monthly, with mainten
ance and laundry. Irwin's Nurses' Registry, 77
V,*est 11th st.
NURSE, German, wanted for 18 months' baby;
city; tirst class references required: imme
diately; wages $25. Ju'.ien Bureau, 47 West 42d
st.
NURSE (Infant's), Kngllsh, with unlforni, for
Yonkers, good wages, wanted immediately.
Julicn Bureau, 47 West 42d ft.
Nt'RSE for growing children; one who can sew
and wilHiig to do light chamherwork: city.
Jacquin's Bureau, «f>2 6?h av-.
NURSERY OOVKRNE.?S— Protestant; boy, s',s
years. Miss Currj-s Bureau. 25 West 42d it..
sth floor. ' ' - -' " •
NURtiES — Protestant; $25-S3O; references re
quired. Mis 3 Currj-'s Bureau, 25 West 4"d St.,
Sth floor.
OPKRATORS (two), ex|)?rler. Ed on fine ladies'
dresses: "teady work; good pay. Hammar &
Kah«:.i. 1 7f» Ww.st«r st.
OPERATORH on slik waist!*; steady work":
good prices; open shop guarafteed. Apply
S. H. & M. Co., 303 Mercer st. t
OPER A TORE— Operators wanted on corset
walfts; strippers, binders, seamero and girls
to pew on buttons; steady work. The Lay &
Way Co.. ."6 Blacker Bt.
KALEfLADY who has had experience In repre
senting financial propositions can mske money
with us. Call mornings. 701 World Building. .
STENOGRAPHER, insurance position. Weat
I2stn Kt., $15; downtown banking house, $15;
bookkeeper, stenographer, 33d St., fl2. Call
Piehl Exchange', 09 Nassau st.
bTEN'OQR A PHEB— young iadv who
can handle correspondence; $12: elr? for law
ofTici-; ?SOO. ,T:jj-,p Ehtchangc, 87 Nassau st
TWO GIRI.S. together, for u «mali private fam
ily; c" k niwi t laundry; chftirit'ermaid-wait
ress; good wages. Industrial Association. Inc.,
it East <2d st. _ _
TTPIoT to fill In namea. aOflresses; downtown
position; $ c < to start. Call at once, Elsie
Dleh: Exchange. 89 Nassau_st.
WAITRESS for private family: good wags for
competent girl. Universal Employment Bu
reau. 28 East 23d at Miss Peckhatn.
WAITRESS— class waitress wanted in pri
vate family; wages |86; best referenda re
quired. Jusflla Bureau. 08(» Lexington ay«-
WANTED or Trench chambermaid;
wages $.",'•; best reference required. Jussila
Bureau. 080 1-iexlnKlni, aye.
WARD • MA II) tor hospital any nationality;
\v.-:;^s< jit:. Universal Employment Bureau, 28
V.a" '£i<i BJ Mies FVckbam.
WORK WANTED.
Male '
ADVERTISING MAN.— Experienced: to distrib
ute circulars, samples, ana also tack signs; ex
perienced crew manager. Loui\ Grannls, 172
Eaai End aye. _
AMERICAN. 36. as manager or superintendent
ot' pentleman's estate; executive ability; thor
ougl' electrical an: mechanical knowledge; un
derstand- automob : ie!», Al credentials. AmerJ
can 157 East 125t>; at. .
AUDITOR de.'lres cngagemen- opening, clos
ing and taking generai charge of small sets
of book*; moderate rates. S. & S. Bos 17.
Tribune Ofljcc
l;i,i ii. American; In wholesale house; stock
or offlca Seeltg. 2887 Bth aye.
■ ARPEKTEB ag».<s 24, hand:.' man; hotel ex
p. rlenc< on furniture, upholstering, keys.
painting, etc.; low wages; own tools. Downs.
•JOS West S-»tl! St.
CHAUFFEUR — Six years- private family refer
ence; Bulek, Pierre-Arrow; also understands
horse furnace, niotoiboats; temperate; any
where. _Bclan_J. 721 Lexington aye., top floor.
<'ll \'"l- Ik( R. 24; pood appearance; speaks four
languages; can take care of any gasolene car;
reference* H. B«vla, 810 East 34tli St.
CHAUFFEUR. Aged 23; single; competent me
chanic; aober; experienced; any car; speaks
English. ' German, Polish, Russian. Kasnryskl,
liii East* 3d at v^**'- ;
-Italian- American ; any position:
city or country; good ref mimic** ; repair any
type of gasolene car. Tony Assume, 74 Degraw
at . Brooklyn. . i
CHAUFFEUR- — Useful, colored, handy with
tools; butler; knowledge of plumbing, car
pentry tools; all round man; reference. D.. 95
Amsterdam ay« ____. ; ,
CHAUFFEUR.- -'By young man; thoroughly
roninetent, careful driver, city or country; ref
trtp> ea. Fatkln.' 2*4 Weat it,'--" ■
CHAUFFEUR.— Uest references. Address Me
' Ardl*. care of Mahan. l'J64 3d mv%.
CL.E R K . —You n g man as clerk; five years' ex
perience; Al references. J. W. McCarthy. 785
Kast_lC!Hh st. 2 : w
CL.FRK. — Young man 20; neat appearance; four
years' experience: Al reference. Frank Bues
cer. jr.. j^East 87th at.
CoToitED COUPLES.— Ref<"renc« guaranteed.
' Old Dominion Employment Bureau. S8 West
«4th st. Telephone 1110— Harlem.
DETECTI^*S "seeks employment, day or week,
shadowing. invest ting, securing evidence in
domestic and business difficulties; highest ref
•rences B 13yx -<*■ Tribune Offlce.
DRAU<3IITSM^A.N. '4-- good drawing room and
shon experience and high school; also home
work Martin, 241 E*it <Bth m.
i'i'h" 4 ftsm"a"n. electrical switchboard and ma-"
Vie ' experienced electrician and mechan
\f■technical graduate: wants position. Martin.
241 nat-t 4«th at. , --________.
KLDBRW MAN. active, trustworthy: city rff
•reac«i: «- >' position of trust. Elirenburg.
. JSP4 Avenue A- r
T^vT^TN't'Eß — First class; has stock end dies to
rtn" Bteamflitin* and repalilng; strictly tem
perate r, A., «2_,«V««?««.."'
i pi RIKNCED" MAN. 28; representative, ad
ritnigtraior in gentleman's house or country
„•?}. ir as steward, rranager in clubhouse; wife
f. : tiUth class housekeeper: Al reference*.
Kii^iaLgg-Jg-"* 14at . h . | 'i:— -■—
„.,,, ,v>Y Esxp«rl«t>eed; 17; can operate
ivfißivrlter: two years' experience; excellent
reiCTenSji^ a week. Ambitious. 80, SO. Trib
une OjflC£_____ r - ' _ ,
i ,-, rcKMAN. 48; strictly honest; accuslnmtd to
%s&§£ i B«lPi wlahi-ii B«ini-cltrica| pf.r'*loii.
\V^"rl '■' S_S! "' «
„. ..-rH I 'i'": Kor.-i marker: has first claea
.-lit 7., .MS ._Baat 04th st.
p-'wTNTENDENT. manager, car*, of i>stat«,
•" „. ? building and apartment hou«ft; Amer
lr n ß master mechanic; references best. Sinow,
ft
WORK WANTED.
"**"■ Male.
UPHOLSTERER wishes steady position; under
stands all kinds of fancy drapery and furni
ture, Umpire edpes, mattresßts. dox springs.
slip cover;;, etc. N. Tola. ,53 St. Mark's Place._
WATCHMAN (NIGHT). —Aged 40; sober, relia
ble; references furnisher], wi r.ansom; _i
ftth avo. ■ '
WATCHMAN or CARKTAKBR.- single man:
would take charge of engine and pump writ
to house; also take care of automobile; beft
personal reference; country preferred. J. X.,
car.; of Brad}'. 530 3d aye. ______
WORK of any k!n<l. by strong youns married
man. for a moderate salary; has if trywi as
to honesty. willingness and ability. Ad<l-«ss M.
Stevenson. 303 Woodward aye.. Uld«ewood.
Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN (22i wants position as general
office assistant; has knowledge of sMussuapby
and typewriting; i ofore.nces. M. U. M x •>
Tribune.
YOUNG MAN. with reference; handy -with tools;
f!> a week. Frank Ham. 322 Bast 118 th st.
YOUXG man, 30. "swede, "marriei!. at anyi
handy with tools: understands automobiles,
hordes; willlnp' worker; good references; city or
country. C. Malmgren. 1995 Wehgterave.
YOUNG MAN wishes position: understands gro
cery delivery: take care of horses; city; country
preferred; city references. Address H. R.. 157
Eaal 125 th st.
YOUNG JiaK. as plectriciari s assistant, or at
anything. Petrenz. 524 Eaat 83d st.
VOI'XG MAX. 2li. responsible, seeks salaried
position, par! commission; law, realty ex
perience. Radiant. r>n Brondvay.
Femaie.
ATTENDANT.— CapabIe of taking entire charge
of nervous or mental cat*; graduate nurse;
tin years" experience; speaks French, . German;
will travel. M. Miss KitzGerald's Bureau, 503
jHh aye. (entrance 423 St.).
RESPBCTABWB young widow wishes cleaning
offices, mornings or evenings; good references.
Mr*. CciFhun. 3.-4 We?t 43d st.
KTKNOGRAPHEK (Christian) ; mail order ex
prrt; handle circular letters Hr.d follow up
< on-f-fspor.denr- without dictation; salary. $15.
Mildred. Box 24. Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER.— Expert English and French;
rapid translator; seeks evening work. Address
Miss 8.. Box 15. Tribune Oflce.
STENOGRAPHER.— Expert and accurate; wants
temporary work: is nvailsbl'e at any hour.
Room l,::ri'.< Evero", Bul lint;. 4o East 17:h Ft.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Male.
BARBKR or VAL.ET.— Youna German. 23:
speaks Oierman. French and English: first
Class. Address J. M.. Box 10. Tribune Office.
IJUTLBR.-rColored man as butler; pevon years
Jn last place. Gordon. 213 West 63d st.
BUTLER. Married; experienced; speaks six
languages; woul-1 like country position; best
reference. Hauler, 401 Weft ,">3d st.
CHEF. French: llrst class references, takes fall
charge of kitchen; city or country: wages. $80.
Julien Bureau. 47 West 42d et. Tel., Bryant
4391.
FARM HAND.— Good milker. M.. Box 30. Trib
. une O/flce. .
GARDEN'S ti — Married, on gentleman's place;
understands cars ot lawns, roads, flowers,
vegetable: 60bei-. honest, industrious; reference*.
Box 294. Matteawan. N. Y.
GARDENER — Head; thoroughly understand? his
business in al! its branches; graperies, green
houses, roses and orchids, landscape work a
specialty; Scotch; married; no children; ten
years in last position; references. Address M.
J.. 264 East Bidgewood aye.. Rldsewood, N. J.
GARDENER (HBADi.- By practical man: ex
' perienea in t:ow»r and kitchen garden, trees,
shrubs, lawns, greenhouses, etc.; aged 38; mar
ried: one child: reference. Address Ryan, Box
"2. Tribune Oflice. ___
GARDENER. — To take chavjre gentleman's
place: thoroughly understands flowers, fruits
and vegetables; Swede; age 3S. married, no
children; written or personal reference. Ad
dress John Johnson, Crossroads Farm, Mount
Kifco. N Y. £
GARDENER. — Married; small family; Scotch*
twenty-five years' experience: conversant with
landscaping; expectations moderate. J..L... Wm.
Elliott & Sons. 42 Vesey st.
GARDENER. — Single. German, middle aged ;
thoroughly understands the business in all
Its branches; time experience: references
Address. Gardener. 222 East 11th st.
GARDENER.- Single: where ability and steadi
ness are appreciated; German. Paul. 42
Vesey st.
GARDENER. — Single man; knows his business:
where ability and steadiness are appreciated.
Paul. W. Elliott Sons. 42 Vesey St.
JAPANESE. r.eat. honest, ions? experienced but
ler, valet and cook, wishes position with small
family or pentleman's- place; anywhere; has
personal reference*. Ohu. 41 Fast 10th st.
NURSE. ATTENDANT. — Competent, strong man
wishes to care for invalid gentleman or ner
vous case; many years' experience; best refer
ences from doctors and private famlll?s. Ad
dress Competent. Tribune Uptowwn Office. 1334
Broadway.
USEFUL MAN. — by young colored man. In pri
vate family; '.wo years' sth ava, reference:
country preferred. George, tare W. Scott. 2
Vest !t.«th st. \ ■ "
YOUNG MAN. in private farr.i'y; take care cf
ladles' and gentlemen's v--ardrobes. j Address^
Wardrobe. 552 Columbus aye.
' ■'■ - Female.
CHAMBERMAID.— TaII, very neat; two years'
excellent references: $25: others who launder
and sew. Waldorf Bureau, 1- West ?.-'id st.
'Phone SCO Madison.
COOK una LAUNDRESS, CHAMBERMAID
ana WAITRESS. — By two Finnish girls, four
years' personal references: wages $23 end $22.
Weid's Bureau, 324 Columbus aye.; tel.. 7304. —
Schuyler. . «_
COOK— BUTLER «nd VALET.- By brother and
sister: Swedes: first class, long experience; to
gether or separate; go any distance. Morrow's
Bureau, 721 Lexington avi> , corner sSth at.
COOK. -By Norwegian girl: first claps; city ref
erence; wages $,".fl. Sophie itasmnescn's Em
ployment Bureau, 722 Lexington aye.. 68ta st.
T*il. r.734— Plaza.
COOK. — By Norwegian sir:, in first < lass board
ins house or institution; reference; excellent
cook, wages f35-S4«>. S. Rasmussen's Employ
ment Bureau. 722 Lexington aye, 58th at. Tel
5734—Plaza. _j
COOK. — Exceptionally good; have very best ref
erence from New York families: Finnish girl;
wages, S3". Jussilj Bureau, OSO Lexington aye.
Tel 4453— Plaza.
COOK. — Seat, first class Sw<•(J^•l^; excellent
cook; three years' city reference: country or
city. Osterberg's Bureau, 710 Lexington aye.:
tel., 1055 — Plaza-
COOK — .An excellent all around cook: under
stands salads, desserts. &o. ; best references;
S-30; city or country. McOallum's Bureau, 130
East t'flt'.i at. Tel. Madison. '_
COOKS. — Vv. : «d ish"; $25. $80, $40; city or coon
try; excellent references: other nationalities.
Waldorf Bureau, 12 West 23d st. 'Phone 'Mi —
Madison.
DAY'S WORK or liAUNDRT taken horn*. I.
M. Tutson. 21T West tiOtb st.
GOVERNESS to one child, over four years of
ag<\ by refined French Frotestant woman;
thoroughly experienced in physical care; per
sonally recommended; entire charge; in or out
of town. Mil*. 8., 340 West 30th st.
GOVERNESS, companion or housekeeper; Ca
nadian: fluent knowledge French. German:
excellenr musician: highest references W.,
Miss FitxGeiaid's Bureau. 303 sth avt.; en
trance 42d st. '
ii«n aKICBEPtJS or other responfibln portion
where help kept, by thoroughly competent
gentlewoman; good caterer, accountant, nf^dlc
v.oman: moderate salary. 8.. 25 East 11th st.
HOUSEKEEPER. — By capable American wom
an; highest references: In private house or
hotel understand* managing help, decorating,
shopping, catering. X.. Miss Fitzgerald's Bu
reau. 5uU Sth av«\ (pntrince in 42d St.).
HOUcEWORK.. -Middle agfrl woman. e\peri
e.noea; good cook, washer ana lronpr; best r*i
erances: low wages. McOallum'a Agency, 130
Ir^ast if:. t ii at. Tel. 8706 — Madlaon
HOI'S I ; (V( )RK or COOK and LAUNDRESS.
—By young Finnish girl; three years' personal
reference*: city or country. V.'eid's Bureau, 324
Columbus aye.' Tel- Schuyier.
HOUSEWORKER — By young German woman:
cook and laundress, good btk*r: ■wages no oh
ject, providing can have baby two years; city or
country Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye..
corner Bath nt. .
KITCHENMAID, wlih excellent references.
wantM country place; $20. Miss Shea's Bureau,
S East 41M st.
LADY'S MAID.— Day or week; unfierctands
shampooing and massape; gcod referent'-. W.
8., care ol Man-. 117 East 77th ft.
LADY'S MAlD.— French: "peaks English; •»
perienced seamstress, halrdreiser; useful In
private family; no objection to country: refer
ences. 200 West 39th st-
LAUNDRESS.— By neat young girl: first class:
shirts, collars, cuffs; has friend waitress, ex
cellent chambermaid, good seamstress ; go any
distance. Marrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye..
corner BS t J^^st .
LAUNDRESS— CoIored; experienced; to do day's
work. Mondays. Wednesdays. Mrs. era. 235
West 124 th St. •
LAUNDItESS.— Thoroughly competent: can do
uhlrts. collars and all tine linens. Miss Mar
garet Smith's Bureau, 23 West 42d st. "Phone.
3030 Bryant^
NVRSIS. -Eocpeii<nced nurse to lady, gentleman
or child: rlty or country; best of reference.
A. 8.. SH Ea.-t lO2d "t.
NURSE: — Experience.) German; confinement
_ca». p. Mrs Vogel. 888 West 125 th et.
NCKSE to Riown children; good sewer; excel
lent references; $20 McCajlum's Bureau. 130
Fast 29th St.. or tH. !t7<W MmHnon.
NUHSB.— Experienced; Infant or grown: Rood
aeatiiftrraa: has brother chauffeur, good coach
man, excellent gardener, long experience, city or
country. Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.,
corner sSth ft.
N'l'R?K. strong, as useful attendant, Invalid or
narvoua P'r»r>n. throurh day. evening or rest
dent; physicians' reference*. Miss Conor. 10S
Madison aye. _*
NURSE.- English; young: thoroughly experi
enced: will take entire charge of one or two
children: live years' reference from former em
ployer. L. P.. Mi*» FitzGerald a Bur«iu, 603
hth live.; entrance. |2d at. '
OFFICE CLEANER.— ny young Ormnn-Amerl
can woman. Call or Address Mr«. Spor. 1005
Prospect aye.. Bronx.
m i.->K CHAMBERMAID — ■ American
Protestant., experienced nurae (Infant or
(crown): friend, chambermaid, excellent seam
stress. Morrow's Buronu. 72] Lexington aye
cor. r.Pth at 'Pr-nnc. 1028 Pitta,
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER.— In an institution
or with family of adult*: or u*efu! mail- ln
telUf?*rit Protestant woman; country. E. M O
r.3 Ashbiirton ay»., Yonkera. >?. Y.
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AUCTION SALES
BY VIRTUE of an attachment merged into an
execution, will soil to-day, at t):3f> a. m.. at
10 Montgomery 6t.. Manhattan, lot of groceries.
Sidney Horhstadter. City Marshal "
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRiT^rr-
victor VISIBLE. 79 Nassau St.. cataiu.su*
free: all make? taken part (jayrvi»nt; ba'xaln*
tn iTnrtei-wonti* Peminetorn Off *■•*!** o^,i»>.«
BOARD AND ROOMS.
41S WEST 23D ST— Suite, double and single
rooms, private bath; steam heat- excellent
table.
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FORECLCS'JHE SALES.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
— Rose Nagel, plaintiff, against Julia Taggart
and others, defendants. — In pursuance of a
Judgment of foreclosure and sale, duly made and
entered in the above-entitled action and bearing
date the sth day of January, 1010, I. the under
rlsned, the Referee in saUl judgment named, will
sell at public auction, at the Exchange sales
room. Nos. 14-1 Vesey street. In the Borough
of Manhattan. City of New York, on the 2Sth
nay cf January. ISIO. at 12 o'clock noon on that
day. by Samuel Marx, auctioneer, the premises
directed by said judgment to be sold, 'and there
in described as follows: All that certain lot.
piece or parcel of land with the buildings thereon
erected, situate, lying and being in tha Twelfth
Ward of the City of N«w York. Borough of Man
hattan, bounded and described as follows: Be
ginning at a point on the northerly side of One
hundred and eighteenth street distant Two hun
dred and thirty-one (231) feet westerly from the
westerly sida of Second Avenue; running thence
northerly and parallel with Second Avenue One
hundred <l<">0) feet and ten (10) inches to the
centre line of th« block, thence westerly along
said centre, line and parallel with the northerly
side' of One hundred and eighteenth Street
Twenty-nine (29) feet; thence southerly and again
parallel with Second Avenue One hundred 1 101.0
feet and ten (10) Inches to the northerly side of
Ore hundred and eighteenth Street: and thence
easterly along the said northerly side of One
hundred anil eighteenth Street Twenty-nine (29)
feet to the point or place of beginning. Ex
cepting, however, a strip of ground not exceed
ing two (2) inches in width on the extreme west
erly side of said premise? extending along the
northerly «ide of One hundred and etgnteenth
Street, and extending back to a iepth of not
more than twenty-nine (28) feet: said strip hav
ing been heretofore conveyed by a prior owner
of said premises to the owner of the property
next adjoining en the westerly side for the rea
boh thar the adjoining premises encroached upon
the said strip of land so conveyed.
Dated New York. January sth. 1010.
HERMAN JOSEPH. Referee.
H. H. GLASS. Attorney for Plaintiff. 49
Chambers St.. Borough of Manhattan. City
of New York.
The following is a diagram of the property to
he r»*d- It?: street numbers are 231 and 2M '"ast
USth Street. New York City. Borough of Man
hattan:
The approximate amount of the liec or charge,
to satlsiy which the above-described property is
to be sold, is $6,105. with Interest thereon from
the 4th day of January. 1910. together with costs
r.r.i allowance amounting to $332. **. with inter
est from January sth. 1910, together with the
expenses cf the sale. The- approximate amount
of the taxes, assessments and water r*tes, or
other liens, which are to be allowed to the pur
chaser out of the purchase money or paid by
the Referee, is $702 31-100 and interest. Said
premises will be fold subject to a first mort«ag«
now a lien thereon, upon which there is now
due and unpaid the sum or $27,000 with interest
thereon from the Ist day of October IMB v
Dated New York. January nth. 1910.
HERMAN JOSEPH. Referee.
NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
cf New York, The Jennie Clarkson H; me " for
Children. Plaint. against George Nicholas,
Catherine Nicholas and Charles Lave. Defend
ants.
In pursuance of a, Judgment of foreclosure and
sale. duly made and entered in the abovo-en
tttled action and bearing date the "6th day of
October, 1003, I, the undersigned, the Referee
In said judgment named, will sell a; public auc
tion, at the Exchange Salesroom, Noa. 14-16
Veuey Street, in the Borough of Manhattan, City
of New York, on the 2«tli day of January, 1810
at 12 o'clock noon on that day, by Herbert A.
Sherman. Auctioneer, the premises directed by
said Judgment to be sold, and therein described
as follows:
All thet cevtaln lot. piece or parcel of land
with th.> building- and improvements thereon
erected, situate, lying and being in the Twelfth
Ward of the City of New York, and bounded
and described as follows: Beginning at a p v lnt
In the southerly line of Ninetieth Street, dis
tant ninety feet westerly from the comer formed
by the intersection of the southerly ],ne o f
Ninetieth Street with the westerly line of West
End Avenue; running thence scutherly. and
parallel with West End Avenue, one hundred
feet eight and one-half Inches to the centre 1 na
ot the block between Eignty-ninth and Ninetieth
Streets; thence westerly and alow: eaid cen
tre line of the block twenty feet: thence
r.crth«rly and again parallel with West End
Avenue and pen it the way through a party
wall, one hundred feet c grit and one-half
Inchec to the southerly line of Ninetieth Street'
and thence easterly alon- the southerly line of
Ninetieth Street twenty feet t.i the point or
nines of beginning: being the premises known as
30° West noth Street.
Dated New York. Jan vary 1910.
ADAM WIENER, Referee
PACKKTT. CHAPMAN & STEVENS. Attorney.
for Plaintiff. 164 Nassau St. (Tribune Euild
irg). N>w York.
The foil-wins !-- p. dlaeram of th* property to
lie «old: Its Btree* Number Is 802 West "iWh
Street. Borough of V-n^Mtan. City of >.-•«■ York:
90th Etre<rt.
! jp-J 57 j
I rr ' » — I
' The approximate amount of the lien or charce
to a»tisty which the above-de?oribc-a property ii
to be sol-1. is Fly« thousand, seven hundred and
ninety- rive and 83-100 doha:s t*a.7u:..*a). WU 2
interest thereon Horn the 13th day of Octobc,
1900 together with eotta and allowance amount!
me to Two hundred sUty-elght and 20-100
0, liars (f2HS.2O) with interest from October v,
ISOI on $t2S_l. together with the. espenaei of
the sale- The approximate amount of the taxes
a.«:H-6sineutß and »»»« rates, or other lt on T
which -re to be allowed to the purchaeer out of
th* purcha** money, cr paid by the Referee i,
Eight hundred twenty-two and 0-100 dol ars
(*sl'2.oo» and »nter«»t. The- premises win l«£>Ul
eubject to a prior mortgage cf «5.<i00. upon
which $23,000 remains unpaid, with interest ' at
6% per annum from February \. u«j9. together
with costs of foreclesure thereof now pending
subject also to any stale of fa,:, which an
accurate Mirvey would show and tenement house
violations. If any.
Dated New York. January 4th. IPJO
ADAM WTEN'KR. R ,..,. r ,
•m« !>ai« in the above entitled action Is hereby
adjourned to \\Mnesday. February 3 liHO at
th» fam« hour and place.
Dated. New York, Janunrv M 1010
ADAM WIEXER."ReXcrt».
TIME TABLES. I TIME TABLES.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
CRUISES de LUXE REGULAR SERVICES
nnirftlT FROM Sea-Going Hotels
llKIr 1 new york Complete In every appointment
llft 111 1 11 > » 7", X at Safety— RteadtiiM—-«>»nif«rt
Vlll— ill 1 JAN 29 „Vm HAMBL'Rfi-A.MERICAN i in»
—————— — — — — T*T*: # *'*'» 11 A.M. NEXT SAILINGS
D« C « PllirlllliaTl 17 000 Plymouth. Cherbourg, »nd Kamburj.
Bf S. St ClllblflNATl s fs - - *' r * s - Lincoln Jan. =9. » A. M
«n nAV«i toorrn ts- S..rres- Grant Feb. 5. P. M.
s>l> IJ.-\l> #.5^.» IP tOmlts Plymouth.
....... 1 — , - — , For Oberammeritau Pa»<?on-play — IJerlin
—-——-———————■ — — — — _ ■____■ » Exhibition 1910. Bru<>«-I« F\hlMti«n 1910. m.l
111 AT Him A -* 11 »thrr interest in* Knrop<>2n eventi inquire
U| L V" I |l_|||_\r "_' " nr 1.-n.T-u.-n- .
IfLOl IfiUlrO if A 1 V TvT v .vl£?# TAB -!
" I i Mist 1 AND GENOA.
By S. S. MOLTKE ;^ *. S. HAMBURG, FEB. 15.
16 and 25 Days $85 and $iSD Up s- 8 rixcnccATi.*. ...Jan. ». na. m.
in diiu uaya anu up g s hambiuo Feb. „. ii*rch 20
FROM NEW YORK. FEB. ,2? S. S. BAT A VIA March ■>
»» AND MAR. 24. -i:\vf::. - CHECKS IS?UEI>
•Se««l for Illustrated book. Touri«t D«pt- - ••• Trips Everywhere-
HAMBURG-AMERICAN UM, 41-45 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
FALL RIVER LINE
(Splendid Steamers— ———Splendid Service)
The business man's route
to Boston — The Fall River
Line. ♦/c!
Fall River Line steamers leave
New York, Pier 19, North
River, toot of Warren Street,
at 5 P. M. Get you to Boston
as early as 7 o'clock next morn
ing — later if you like m *j
Fare to Boston 4**^
Telephone 51 Zl Cortlandt for infor nation.
City Ticket Office — 171 Broadway.
EXCURSIONS.
Delightful Tours to
FLORIDA
NASSAU AND CUBA
Ticket* rood to return until Mar 31.
Parties will leave in Jan.. Feb. and March and
visit the magnificent resorts at St. Augustine. ,
Ormond and Its famous beach. Palm Beach. !
Miami. Nassau. Cuba. etc. Business men and ;
their families and ladies can see all important
points without waste of time, travelling under
escort of experienced conductors the entire round
trip, and being relieved of every care.
OTHER TOURS can ton*. \
Rico. ..Mardi Gras Carnival. Japan,
Around the World. Hawaii. Europe, etc.
Railroad and Steamship Ticket* everywhere.
Send for book, mentioning Information desired.
RAYMOND 2 WHITCOM3 CO.
225 Fifth Aye., New York. Tel. 6270 Madison Sq.
Boston. Philadelphia. Pittsburg. Chicago, etc.
INSTRUCTION. [
For Young Ladies —
The Barnard School of
HOUSEHOLD ARTS fKKSS
Practical courts* in Cooking:. Embroidery. j
Millinery. Dressmaking, Household Decoration.
Accounts. Management. Specially Intended for ;
girls who do not ko to college. One or ail of
the subjects may be taken. New classes now
forming. Extension courses for young matrons.
For Boys and Young Men —
BERKELEY SCHOOL
"2nd St. and West End Aye.. New York-
Founded ISSO. Individual Instruction.
Prepares Boys Thoroughly for Colleges and
Scientific Schools.
Second half year begins Feb. 1. A few
boys will be received now.
f TRINITY SCHOOL*
,i 139-147 West 91st St.. »— York. ■
S Founded 1700.' Unexcelled Equipment, m
5 A VERT FEW PLACES WILL. BE I
| AVAILABLE ON FEBRUARY FIRST. 1
%_________*_» •___________?
For Both Sexes — City.
TILE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF _\NGrAGE9.
MADISON SQUARE (112 C Broadway).
H«ylsm Branch. 343 Lenox aye.. above ISMI st.
Brooklyn " 218 Livingston Street.
330 BRANCHES IN ALL. CITIES.
Pupils hear and speak the new language ex- ;
clusively from the first lesson. Trial lessons !
free.
SCHOOL AGENCIES.
American and Foreign Teachers' Agency.
Supplies Professors, Teachers. Tutors. Gov
ernesses, etc.. to Colleges. Schools and Famines.
Apply to Mrs. M. J. YOUNG-FULTON.
1?, Union Squara
LOST— BANKBOOKS. j
LOST OR STOLEN. — Bankbook No. 436.917 of i
the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank. Pay
rr.tnt stopped. Please return book to bank. No. 61 ;
Chambers St.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 349.879 of
tlw German Savings Bank, In the City of ttw*
York corner 4th aye. and 14th * T . issued to
Elise Pfaffenbach. AH persons are cautioned
against negotiating the same. If not returned
to the bank on the iMh day of February. 1010,
a duplicate tvIII be Issued. |
170 it OR STOLEN. — Bankbook No. 601. 4ri?) of j
the German Savings Bank in the City of New
York corner 4th ay«. and 14th st.. Issued to
John' Calosianni. All persons are cautioned ,
gains t negotiating the same. If not returned to
tlte bank on the 10th day of February. 1910. a j
duplicate trill be issued.
PROPOSALS. -
OFFICE OF THE -COMMISSIONERS. DlS
trtct of Columbia. January 22. U»lo.— Scaled
nroncsals will be received at this effice until 12
o'clock noon. February 3d. 1010. for construction
of additions and making alterations to tbi
Western High School located at : >".Vh street '
between R and Reservoir streets. N. W. Blank
form of proposal, specifications and all necessary ,
Information may b« obtained from the Chief '
Clerk Engineer Department. Rcom 427. District
Building. Deposit cf ?10.C0 required to guaran
tVi return of plans. HENRY B. F. MAC
KARLAND. HENRY L WEST. WILLIAM V.
■TITDfON. < 'r-tntnlwloww. P. C.
Froposvxs for construction OF
CABLE STORE HOUSE-— Office; of the Con
structing Quartermaster. Fort Wood. Bedloe's
Island. N- Y. H.. January- 26th. 1010. — Sealed
Proposals for the construction of a cabt* store
house at Fort Wood. N. T. H.. -will be re
ceived until 10:30 A. M. February 26th. 1010.
and then opened. Information furnished on i
application. Envelopes containing proposals
should be indorsed "Proposals for Cab!* Store
House" and addressed WM. W. BESSELL.
Const' g Quartermaster. ■
SEAL-ED PROPOSALS WILL. BE RECEIVED
at the office of the Lighthouse Board. Wash
ington. D- C . until"-' o'clock p. m.. February 2-».
1810 and then opened, for the construction,
equipment and delivery of the second clas«. !
!>lng!-> screw, steel, steam light-vessel. X ■■• »5,
to i\ c Llghthouso Inspector at the Lighthouse '
Depot St Joseph, Mich., or for delivery at the
place cf Its construction, in accordance with
specifications, copies of which, with blank pro- |
posals and other information, may be had upon
application to the Lighthouse Board, at Wash
ington D. C, or to the Lighthouse Inspector, at
Chicago. 11l ,
PROPOSAL FOR MISCELLANEOUS ML
WAY SUPPLIES. — Offlce Of Assistant Pur
chasing Officer. Panama Rail Road Company.
04 State Street, New York. January 2oth.
1010.— Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until 2:00 P. M.. February 7th. MM
for furnishing the abo.e mentioned articles.
Blanks and full information may be obtained
at this offlce, WENDELL I. SIMPSON. Major.
10th rnfantry. U. S. A.. Assistant Purchasing
Officer.
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
in "pursuance of an- order of hon.
Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County
Of Ni-tv York Nolle* is hereby given to all
persons having claims agalasr. Daniel Wet
tcrau late of th» County of New \ork. de
ceased to present th» same with vouchers
thereof to the subscriber, at h«r placo of
transacting business. th» ■-". - of Bailey A:
BulHvan No 1-13 Broadway. Manhattan. in
tii* City of N«T» York, on or fcefor* the C3th
day of July '■'• > «'
hated New York. the 20th day of January. !
1010 ' ELIZABETH C. WETTERAU.
. Executrix.
vil l"V * SULLIVAN. Attorneys for Execu
trix. 183 Broadway. Manhattan. New York
___gity- ' "'" ' '
]N PL'BSVANCK OK AN ORDER OF HON.
' AMir C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th*> County
of New York, r.otice Is hereby given to •!' ■■■
■onj having claims against Ceorga W. W*bb#r.
lat« of the County of New York, deceased, I -,
pre»«nt th« same, with vouchers thereof, to
the subscriber." at her place of transacting
t>u»!n<-s». the offlce of Bailey * Sullivan, No.
}_ Broadway. Manhattan. in th» City of New-
York, on or before the first day o( August
nest-
Dated New York, the 2flth day of January.
iota
MAE WEBBER. Executrix.
BAH * SULLIVAN. Attorneys for Execu
trix. 133 Broadway, Manhattan, New York I
City. - -•• '■■• -■ ■ — ■■ ■■-. ■ ' ----- I
AMERICA). LINE
Plymouth— ChtrWirj— ViTtluimntfl".
: •Oceanic ... Jan. 291 "Adriatic Feb. 11
I New York Feb. 51Su Louts :...Fe?>. 19
".v : , Star sUamer from Pl«r 4\ N. R.
RED STAR LINE Frora %Vx* ' B "
New York Antwenv— Paris.
Finland Feb. ;7- and Fa» 1*
Vaderland Feb. OiLapland (?.<•»>... Feb. 2.*
WHITE STAR LINE _^5V.-}_
New — Qurrmtown — Liverpool.
I . Laurenttc (new) t Feb.s.^ pa Baltic Feb. »•
Plymouth—- Cherbenre— Sooth«mpt«n.
Oceanic. Jan. 20. 10 ami Adriatic. Feb. 12.10 am
tN. York. Feb. 5. lOamltSt. Louis- Feb. 19. 10 am
tAruerlcan Line «team»r from Pier 13. ?• TL
i gSJ?H!i * ITALY & EGYPT
Via Azure.% Madeira and Gibraltar.
j Cretlc Jan. » I p. _.; March 1)
I Celtic .(20.934 Tonai.. Feb. 2. II a. m.; Marcn..l«
; Cedrlc '.i.ii.'W Tons). Feb. id .
Romanic Feb. 28. April 2
! Canople Mai "*. May » ■
PASSENGER OFFICE. 0 BRQAPWAT.
WHITE STAR LINE
FROM NEW YORK & BOSTON 10
ITALY and EGYPT
*- Via Azores, Madeira, Gibraltar. Algiers i^
/^ l..irge>t Steamer* In the Trade >•%
CELTIC CEDRIC
Feb. 2, .>">,. Mar. 16 Fab. 16
: CRETIC ..January 29. IV. M : MarcH 13
CANOPIC March Z*
ROMA-NH February 26; April 7
9 BROADWAY, >'E\lT york
CUNARD LINES
From Piers 51-02-53. North River. 3 A. _,
Liverpool Service. Calling at Fl_ fT»r_
Bonth Wales.
Cuicksst P.oata ta loniDi I Caatlml
tl_ Flahguard.
Wednesday from New York
Monday in London
MAVKETANIA—
Largest. Fastest Steamships Afls*t-
Sail Wednesdays
Wireless Telesrapb. Sir»als
T-'mbria Feb. 2! Urabria Feb. tJ
Mauritania Feb. 6 Mauritania Ma: 2
Campania Feb. 16'Lu«lt_nla Mar. 9
TniTilV IWO srEC " L c* ri9E^-
II) HfiLi Carmania & Caronia
&r «i!»»' Magnificent New 20.C00-Toa Strm.
£ I-OYPT Feb. 13-Mareb. B.
« I U 1 f I Via Azores. Madeira.
I Gibraltar.
ALSO TWO SPECIAL. CRUXS_S
SAXONIA TO IT.\_,T. Teh s— itch. 1%
HI NGARLAN-A>lKKltA> S£KVIC£.
To FlU_a Ti*
GIBRALTAR. GENOA. NAPLES. TBIESTB-
Baxonia .. Feb. 5, notn Caror.la Feb. 1*
' Pannonla.Feb. 12. noon,Carm&ni_ Mar. v
Traveller*' checks issued — food everywhere.
rilE COARD STEAMSHIP CO. ITU.
£1-24 State St. opposite the Battery.
NORTH G^SJiAi! LLOYD
Larse. Fast and Luxurious Twln-Screw
Express and Passwsnser Steanwhlp*.
Equipped with Wireless i Subtnarfn* Sis'— l*
PLYM OUT n— CHERBOURG— BKEM_*.
Express Sailings Tuesdays at 10 A. M.
K. YCm. der Gr..Feb. SiCecille M»r. 23
K. V."ni. der Mar. 81 Kaiser "Win. II ..Apr 5
BRF.M_N DIRECT.
Twir.-Screw Sallinss Thursdays at 10 A. M.
1 Roon Feb. ■ U>«in- ■ March .1
■ •<"; Wafhinston-Feb. 24i^leten March 10
•Calls at Plymouth and Cherbourg.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— ALGIERS
Mediterranean Sallines 9a:crdays at '.1 A M.
•Berlin mew)... Jan. 29 X Albert Feb. H
tGr. Kurfuerat. . 3 B_rbarcssa......Fe_ 2*
•Omits Algiers. tOrient Cruise.
Independent Around the World Totirs.
Travellers* Checks good all over the world.
Apply OELRICH3 & CO.. General Ager.ts.
S BROADWAT. X^TV YORK.
COOK'S TOURS
Travelling Expenses Included.
FLORIDA O R B !r£i_R. 18 DAYS
GALFOBNIA 3_S_ 37 OAfS
HAVANA I MEXIGI 4S& 28 CAYS
Returning via New Orleans.
WASHINGTON l£2 SI 2UP
Frequent Departures. Superior Arrangements ;
SEND FOR PROGRAM DESIRED.
THOS, COOK & SOM
245. 1200 Broadway. C 49 Madison >'••
363 Fifth Aye. (Windsor Arcade). N T
Independent Travel Tickets With or With
out Hotel Accommodation.
CLARK'S 12TH ANNUAL CRUISE
Bin Feb. sto Apr 19 a*
TO THE ORIENT
Br S. S. Grosser Korfnerst
THE ONLY ORIENT CRriSt THIS \\ L> IK «
Under th? Able Maaas2T_?at a* *
FRANK C. CLARK.
Seventy-three- days. Including 21 day« In
Egypt and the Holy Land, costing only ti*Q.OQ
: and up. Including shore *xcur»loa«. Ha- sis m :
SPECIAL FEATI'RES: Madeira. Cadis. Serin*,
.\:»ier.<. Malta. Constantinople. Athens. Roma,
i the Riviera, etc- Tickets good to stop over la
Europe, to Include Passion Play, etc.
Enrope-Oberammergnu Tours. $270 np.
FRANK C. CLARK. Times Bldr- >~«— Ynrk.
CCll "n )J I IMC H. Wall St. Ferry"
Tit it V imlnZ Brooklyn, at >coc
Yor San Juan. P. I^-. La Guayra. Pto. Cabello.
Curacao and Maracalbo. via Curacao.
CARACAS.. Jan. 23IPII_.ADELPHIA..Feb. 11
For La. Gtiayra. Curacao and Maracalbo.
ZUZJA...' Feb. 6tMARACAIBO'....Keb. »
Superior Accommodation* for Passengers.
BLISS. DALLETT * CO.. -
General Managers. S2 Wait St.
H OLLAND-AMERIGA LIC
Twin-scMW Pasiiexijcrr 9+rric« m
s W YOUK— KOTTcKUA.h Vl\ BOL'LOQiSE ■—
Noordam..Feb. 1. 9 amjPotsdmm.... K»b 23
Staten<'.am . Feb. 8. 0 amlNoordam Mar. •
Holland- America Line. 3g Broadiray. >'.' Y.
"TRAVEL." a booklet of winter trips to all
i resorts. Mailed free on request. MAUSTERS
! TOURS. 31 We.it SOth St.. New York. " ■ '
Twin Screw Steamers for Bermuda
A K. Chat i itil— a v Co.. Agts.. 21* B'way. X T.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS.
MARDI (IRAS SPECI.VL TO CHS.
11.1^. aga. 1 Broadway. Ne~" York.
CITATIONS. „
I THD PEOPLK OF THE STATE OK NEW
York, by the grac» ot O«d fra* and ind*
per.dent. to Josephine d<» ..-»-• Nathalie _
Root. Lucy S. Dillon. Augustas C. Dc-Jilns.
i Alys M. Clowning. Helen H. Downing. Ver* At
R. I.. .wring. El*le B. v IVnrnlng. Cnauaevy B.
Scears. Ethel fc'p'ara. Maurice R*l»et. Lillian
R«l<et. Milton Sands Dillon. Dorothy Downing
Cillon. Helen A. D«Witt. Jo»iah ii DeWttt.
B*n«t>) guardian of Helen A. DeWitt. an Infant.
William W. Heaton. executor ot tha lass Will
and Testament of Franklin W. Gllley. deceased,
and to all persons Interested in the eatata ot
August C. Downing, uta of the County of
New York, deceased, a* creditors, next of kin or
otherwise.' ••■ I greeting: Yon and aii"- Q! you
.— hereby clt'd and required personally to N.
and appear b*tor« our Surrogate of th* County
of N«w York; a- the Surrogates' Cbwrt of said
Cwinty. to be h«ld on th« «h day of M;vrch.
i ik»!". >'t hslf-p-st ten o'clock in the tor«o«n of
that day. then and ther<» to attend the Judicial
i settlement of the account of the •«..-*.-■♦
Augustus C. Downlnif, Jr.. as solo surviving tru.»
t*.- under th« :-»•: -»• Will and Testament ■>'
Auirustus c. Downing deceased, and ancti cf yon
as ii- hereby clt<?d as in under rh« a*a of
... -;., „,, , -„- .-....,., appear by your
Kuaniian. If you bava on*-, or. If .->-.-•
to appear and apply for one to bo « point-1
! or. in the event of your ne»lect or failure to do
so. a. guardian will ha appointed by th« Surro
gate to represent an.'. act for you In this pro-- .-*
i"'>!!pj. ~
In t«jstlraony whereof. We have caused tjj« •
»*•> of •.. Surrogates' Court of th« sa.l4 County
of New York to ba ?i*>r#unto afflT*d
ISeal.l Wltnfs«» ABNER a THOMAS. a Sur
rogate of our «atd Cooaty of- New
York, at the Cauntv^of New Ycrt. .... th« 14th
day of January U»lG>. in the year of our Lord
One Ttcusand Nine Hund'wl m.-l "• ••■ *»
" DANIKL J. DQWDNEY,
Ceric of the i oa »ti»»- Court.
, HOWE. SMITH * HQWK. Attorrevs fOT -rW.
4 tee. 2 Rector Str««t. Niw Tort CIU — ' • »
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