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jjjjlY UNO NAVY NOTES
■/viionel George F« Cooke to Face
H Court Mart is!.
*- • I [From The Tribuae ~u—
j Washington. May 20. .
]rtn.-LTAR CASE -A probably sensa-
c&ar t martial trial has just been
____ on tV the military authorities. It
*^? case <* Colonel .Gporse F. Coolie,
• retired two or three months ago
*** action on his application for retire
*^t "«3 ** en Ff> delayed as to permit
f f " to flra~ the retired pay of a colon*s.
*'" |^ words. fc» •*• singularly favored
*_Yo«l>M»* nw ' t of his retirement until
*^oßTtuX# vacancy Fhould occur to pro
**jr*im from the srade of lieutenant
s4_dk rank be had in the 22d In-
t Zcr CoSonel Cooke, j_ft before his re-
J^Eiit, waf informed that he owed the
mer x 5lO.«0 and that the . Secretary
*vr*r -» d Instructed the army pa
rters to deduct that amount in Instal
ls from ■* pay. It was probably this
f^k i«! to the postponement of Cooke's
jL^er.: until he could draw the pay of
iirt !:!£!>«■ pr_de. The last part of Colonel
' foci*"* active senice was performed in
c fc*. !jcre he was In command of the
lr;Wr f° rce - In January, I<X59. the War
PL^pm learned that about $11,000 had
»ai»tr» '-ie<i from a safe at Fort Gib
wT The disarP« >arance of this large fund
-_«id such commotion at the time and.
* gourde. If"' to an invest! ration. It was
-«>vered that, an enlisted man, a member
v Colonel Cooke's regiment, had deserted.
'I there were indications that this soldier
Mi taken the money or knew where it
rtl A all events, the apprehension of the
*£sfter was considered of so much im
jSsee the* the usual reward, of $50 was
tejessed to Sl.m but no trace has yet
vj^i found cf the missing soldier. In the
-ega time ail sorts of rumors have pre
irf, * J:<! it has been reported that
Colcafl ,croke had come in for a part of
jjje investigation conducted by the inspec
ts 'general* department.
Saae deveiepments reported recently to
t t "War Department from the Pacific Coast
_•■« led to the conclusion that the inter
ests cf the government require court mar
oai procefdin|:s. and to that end the ccm
wf ffiPT of The Department of the Columbia
fcUheen instructed to arrange for the trial
££ok>ne: Cook— It is not made known at
jJrß_r Department upon which charges
o>3cE£l Cooke wiU be brought before the
j-£i2ry court, but.it is presumed that it
r least Includes the charge that Ire failed
tc exercise sufficient precaution to protect
tie fovemraer.t money at- Fort Gibbon and
«_t te was not sufficiently vigilant when
j-jlcss w _s discovered.
J_CC_TN" BOARD NAMED. — The
•jtecKrjg*" board, -which Is to select fifteen
*_ officers for compulsory retirement In
crier to encour.ice promotion, was ap
■Mbl to-day, as follows: Rear Admirals
jjgjiETd Wainwright. A. G. Berry. J. B.
jlxdcck, C B. Vreeland and Aaron Ward.
«jft Comroander T. Washington as re
«■■«■. The board trill meet in Washing
%2l on June L
BOGEEF A BEAR ADMIRAL..— It was
nsmnccd to-day at the Navy Department
tint Paymaster General K. B. Rogers would
it relieved on his own application within a
Jnr flays, with the rani: of rear admiral.
E_ successor has not yet been selected.
C_PTAIX E~LZC_~a CASE.—
Frederick X. '?>:ick, of the marine corps,
M doirnEtalrs while on duty soxns time
t» sad injured himself severely. Xaval
cewies taid he might possibly be cured
ly a. major operation, which the officer
Kiiaei to undergo. So he -was recorn
raaled lor retirement without pay in view
Cite xefusaL The captain called in ci
yr|a^ urgeotiE. who declare he has a
e_soe to recover without an operation.
I— th» Navy Department to-day granted
til leare of abrence for one year, with the
_*m_ir,dlr.r that he should then submit
-tenth"- physical examination and abide
fe? tbe result. -^z
A nOB OF INSTRUCTION.— Secretary
lactason left Washington this evening
is Savage Statif'n. v_.. ■_«•• he will join
t» officers attached to the "War College
tsw cr. a tour of instruction through the
Tir?fci» battlefields of the Civil War. The
Ejortary to-rncrrow will ?ro with the party
•w th* bEttlefields of Savage Station and
i*_! Pines, and on D— day Kill ride to
Mthjfrr. Hill, a distance of twelve miles,
ttcce to White Oak Swamp and Fra2ier's
Fans. The student officers will be aceom
s*-ea by ether officers specially desig
2*x& for the purpose of explaining the
fcoverients r .f j^e troops in each of these
•••oat-U thus giving them by actual
iteervfition a thorough blshstlihliii of con-
Wsas which prevailed st the time of the
tetitt. Secretary Dicicir^on is expected
to mum to Washington about next Tues
"". the remainder of the party returning
•■feHowing Thursday. •
ORDERS IBS"ED.-The following orders
■We fee« tm
, ."■ • ARMY.
*«*«"" of absei t Captain CLEVELAND C
lAXcIXG, 4ih Field Artlllerj'. three months
■ Sons July is.
_lr. NAVY.
"■_£T'*n H. K. RITTEB, detached the New
,„*****• to the Reid.
«.-ar Atfij^ct gurg«>n P. i: ALTON, aP
-
3. J. CHEATHAM. to navy yard.
Kj*« York.
™**» " G. BROWN. Jr., detached the Mary
land hoar-, a wan orders.
•**»••■• t. C. TOBET. detached navy yard.
Twit; 11 The Mar>land.
r. . , MARINE CORPS.
, iJ^t^nsr.' H. T. SWAIN, to marine rx
;,^ =!r X beard, oiaria*; barracks, • Washing
■___
C MDOUGAIX* detached marine
£■5. rlfl " r B"R r . ?tunip Neck, to marine
r*^»ck«. Wafbirurtoa.
SL h - r ■WIKLIAKS. detach-d marin»
!"*'> 'Washington; to tegsticn jtuard,
-Jeoss.
t * P S? .^A^PLF-R CAMPBELT* detached
jz,'*' Bt«t.J«n. Honolulu; to command marine
?_*'*' w "" nri th» Mar>-land, vieo First
"Wenant v «- I'OWERH. Jr.. to marine
ttT ?*%*• Ws«J__gto_.
j-JJT"* 1 ' "" K. 1_ HIGLER. detached navy
-jggvWtFnwmh; to P<?kinK. a> attach* to
■~*S22~"* lon and student of Chinese
, •^ r<Jt * r *«* J- P. WILLCOX. detached
" P»fe/ tra * sVasMagtsw; to legation guard.
l^ut»n»r.t A. A. RACCIOOT. .1:., detached
U<* '* r<1 ' Norfolk : to command marine «ie
jZj** l *' on the Hancock, vie© First LJ^u
3't C, B. MATTHEW?, to marine co— _
k^f t 1 ? I**1 **- Ptuirp Neck. Md.
- Ufut^nent K. P. BUPD. Jr.. deUch^d
r >*- r i. I'Mladelphia: to icpation guard.
?_*___■■■ A F. ITEFFLET. detached
5,)7 *■"> N»n York: M marine barracks,
taS*.!***- I'u^et Eound.
J£ Ueat«^ant <■. k. NUTTING, detach"!
»»rt; y&rt - Mar« Island: to marine bar
ityitT 2**Z jeT ! - ru * ft Sound.
„^l, «■ M UEMORE. to Washington and
**<•■«»«? tc ma i or r^nersl commandant.
'•t^ C ' Ut r, R *-' Jt w - M - SMAU* detached navy
_Jj" w **i"ingtoii; to naval prison, navy
§jt_T" T - TT o n» :
' •Wi ■■••"»"• w - F HARRISON, detached
<:^^ L^," rF: recruftlns; duty district of
THOMAS HOl/Vijlß, Jr., detached
*f_e#o. Pekin«: to duty a* attach*
Ji™^ „ '' ; ' JCatl I>°P»iion for study of Chinese
firti '• "?**■ "
*^*utecant a. M WATEON, detached re
citation guard.
£»* > '"J" Jt * nn * rr ' 1 R. ■?. GEIGER. detached
c*v* I**?- N '*' \,. r > _ marine barracks,
s«r<l. M«r« Iti*nd. .
l^, VEir EN-Ts f ■WAJ:i=}nP*:.-Th#> fol
j: aK.'.e rr r r? vessels have been re
r^wtth.&rj rmsiil—t
' >.»!:_• /*h*E:«r at Baenoc Ayres. the
Uir it_-r, BAILED
"tvT~7J 3 ' > P* from Norfolk 'or <-hsr!«»
<*t>i'<i. ' Rocket frt| !n Washington for Nor
«•!«_ ' or!pr *a detached r*^er\e torc^So
>«esa_. md jent n l-WfJi
■■• f^S* -"avai V.m»i a .
•**T*A',r' '' ~ B i B * v >" yltr< Phllad^lrhla.
turTt/ 4^, 1 ?'" ak ' t ***» to ->* Orleans and re-
PnU^lphij. on cp^rlal acr^'lce.
KUDU'S JEWELRY SOLD.
taaJZ p ™ of Jewelry smuggled into th«
Jtj^J? i>y H Hindu show. man, and ep
*t «v« W!la the <suty ' at J7 ' 36<) ' were *° ld
lltorTTr 11 y '* 11 * rda >- to J. A Street, of
W"' tr ' r '' T^>n»r Island, far $5.57). The
«r, **•■«*«?««« of a. brooch, a bracelet
Ht*,' n - n '* llh The Bale was in
iQ^ States Mahal's office.
HEW. ESTATE
fonfini:ed from twelfth iM^ce
MECHANICS' LIENS.
-TAT 20.
45H FT. 1R VOst; Bayer Cotton Cb a_t _««h
USEr^SSigSSZ H «*&&&
ChariOtte E L«. owner and contractor- $50
54TH ST. 43S and 440 West; ■William D Killer
a t A irgi: Thnrkauf. owner; John Fuller lit
contractor (renewal*; $140 r_ue.. inc.
73D ST. 312 West; Sutphen & Myer art <=an
wacr: 5 h z o^*^ & cIS:
AYE. n w cor Freeman iit
Albert Gerhards. owner and contractor; $35.
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
MAT 20.
, : . D A V^. 377 ? : Will m Qulnn et al agt
bSSd.; l^!™™ 1 ™ Cl al - May * 191 ° »
CEDAR ST. n w cor 177 th st; Bartelstone
Bros agt Patrick Murphy et al; Aug 25. 1909;
SAME PROPERTY: George P Morell agt
same; Aug 5. 1900; $."24 82. «"«"=" si
t SAME PROPERTY; East River Mill and
Lumber Co. agt same; Aug 24. 1909; $313 46.
SAME PROPERTY; Joseph F Vuibuth agt
same; -Sept 7. 1309; $220.
SAME PROPERTY: Overbaugh Camp Co
agt same; Sept P. 19O!>: $163 72.
SAME PROPERTY; Bronx Metal Works act
same; Sept 13, 1S»O9: $20100.
SAME PROPERTY: Keller _ Co agt seme;
Oct 2, 1909; $2,775 59.
26TH ST. 435 West; Olir.sky Bros agt Israel
Blum ft al; March 31, 1910; $20.
SPRING ST. . 150; Samuel Rosenberg agt
Max Abramson et al: Dec 24, 1909; $184.
SAME PROPERTY: Hyman Schwartz agt
Harris Marian et al; March 12. 1910; $73.
SAME PROPERTY: Joseph Varoba agt Max
Abramson M al: Jan 26. 1910; $145.
SAME PROPERTY: Otto L Spannhake agt
same; April 18. 1910; $100.
SAME PROPERTY; Philip Welner agt same;
Nov 23. 1909; $340.
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
fWith owner's name and address.)
MAY 20.
MANHATTAN.
MADISON AYE. 72 and 74; for a 12 sty brk
lofts. 49.2x56.8: Georste F Pelhain. 607 Sth are.
architect: cost. $200,000; owner. Madison Hold-
Ing Co, S3 Canal st.
IST AYE. w s. 75.8 ft n of 107 th st: for a 6
sty brk tenmt. 2-*i*s7; L R- J Welher, 271 West
123 th st, architect: cost, $30,000; owner, A
Sorgl, 2057 Ist aye.
11TH AYE, n w cor 23d st; for a 4 sty brk
hotel. 49.6x93: F Jacobsen, 1204 Broadway, archi
tect; cost, $55,000; owner. J Holllngs, 182 11th
aye.
2S.TH ST. s ». 400 ft c of 6th aye: for a 12
sty brk store and lofts, 50_86; C B Meyer, 1
Union Square West, architect; cost, 5225,000;
owner. A & S Construction Co, 1046 Myrtle aye,
Brooklyn.
64TH ST. 545 West; for a 3 sty and basement
school. fr>-xtn ; J V Van Pelt. 381 4th aye, archi
tect: cost. £60.000; owner. Church cf St Ambrose.
513 West 54 th si.
99TH ST. r. 6. 175 ft w of Columbus aye;
for an operating booth. 10x7; W J Mumbrauer,
lessee; J J Vreeland, 2019 Jerome av<?, archi
tect; cost,- $.".00; owner, Morrison Estate, on
premises.
THE BRONX.
BRONX RIVEU AYE. n s. 200 ft c of Steph
ens ■—•; 1 sty fr stand. I«xl6: B Ebellng, 1136
Walker axe. architect; cost. $400; owner, Clin
ton Stephens, on premises.
BROOK AYE. n c cor of 142 d st; brk dwg,
6O.Sx4Q: J E Plttnarß. 11l sth aye. architect;
cost, $25,000; owner. Sisters of the Poor of St
Francis, on premises.
STKRRIN.-: AY]". s w cor Jennings st: 6 sty
brk ter.irt. 69. 6x68.3 Vi: Harry T Howell. 149 th
st and 3d aye. architect; cost, $45,000; owner,
'.roffi Co. 1116 Intervale aye..
3D AYE, w s. 47.77 ft s of St Paul's pi; 6 sty
brk stores and tmmt. 26sll«»-12: David Stone,
Bible House, architect; cost. $27,000: owner.
Third Avenue Building Co. 215 West 120 th st.
VALENTINE AYE. w s. 15.03 ft n of 197 th
st: four 3 sty brk dwgs. 18.03x«0 each; architect,
Charles S -Clark. 445 Tremont aye: cost, $26,000;
owner. Philip Cahlll, 19S0 Daly aye.
VALENTINE AYE n w cor 197 th st; 3 sty
brk dwg. IS-O3x€o; architect. Charles S Clark.
445 Tremont aye; cost, $8,500; owcer, Philip
CahilL 19«» Daly aye.
HERSCHILX. ST. c t. 879.30 ft I of West
chester aye; three 2 sty fr dwgs, 21x48 each;
architect, Charles R Baxter. 3093 Mlddlelown rd;
cost, $13,500; owner, Baxter Howell Building
Co. 2233. Westchester aye.
215 TH ST. s s. 375 ft c of Holland aye; 1 sty
fr stable 25x75: architect, P Crosier. 223 White
Plain* aye: cost, $2,000; owners, Vito _ Antonio
_>• Carlo, Tarry town N V. n . _ -
TWO of the QUALITY ADVERTISEMENTS
_ Iff TO-T>AyS
I%iu^)orJ(_____^^Sri)bttt«
HELP WANTED. *
Male. 0
FLOOR WATERS wanted on new Glmbel
- - Building:. 33d st. and 6th are., New York.
Only first claw men need apply to Charles
-. , Johnson, on the Job.
Female. ,
MATROX, HOUSEKEEPER, for children's in- /
stitution; salary $49. Call immediately.
Hopkins, 507 st_ aye.
»_rREAD THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK«^a
ANTED.
HELP
Male.
ADVERTISING MAN.- auto supply knowledge
essential; $20. National Employment Ex
change. 47 West 42d ft. ________
ADVERTISING manager* assistant; must be
pood correspondent. National Employment
Exchange. 47 West 41M rt.
ANT Intelligent person may earn good Income
corresponding for newspapers: experience un
necessary. Address Press Correspondents' Bu
i-ean. Washington. D. _■ - ■
ARTISTS WANTED — learn newspaper
flretchlnir. magazine, Illustrating: and fashion
drawing. Thfunas. UN V/est 23d st.. New York.
BAKERS be—ek workers and oven men; steady
work. Cushman. BHT. Oth are. ; -
EOY. 1« Christian; hardware knowledge «£Elr
able; $7. National Employment Exchange, 4.
■West 42d «>t. ■ .—. —
' BOYl" about J» for errands, delivering «nd en
*r,.'l osfot work. Eaten Letter Co.. S3 Nas
sau st. ;
BOY, quick, wideawake; »5- National Bmpioy
melttt Exrhans* 1 . *~ West «M st -
BOYS— £«veral: high adsaal graduates: 1^ 1S;
I bank work- $2" and lunclies. National Em
! ployro«-nt Eichange. 47 West 424 st
rT7i:RK -Mai*: eood r^nman; auto supply ex
• perfAuw. "ietiona! Employment Exchange. 47
1 west 42fl ft. '
CLERK-<-.ood penman; auto supply _ **T?£™^
National Employment Exchange. *• VM *■** ,
'(".A- MM AN- MUwWi; out In country place, I
faring for lawn and garden: $20 Ack^rm.n.
if" Greenwich st.
DBAFTSM EN— Machinery (four); competent:
*£w» to $4- National Emplojinent _«change.
4T West 42d st. - ■ .
FLOOR LAYEUS WANTED <** .^^HJfw
'■ TUKK ONT.Y VmST • .n.ASS MEN NEED
! APPLY TO CHARLES JOHNSON. ON THE
! JOB. . s
MAY oror 45 to solicit and deliver order* and j
i make collections: must be sober and Industrl
j -," Mo^ King. Publisher. 3S Wwt «* *.
1 PAINTER experienced, for detective work. \ Ad- j
dress M. «• X.. Tribune. - - ,
BAL-HMPEN th*, Tnited State* to sell j
. ref^ren--«i required. The Noll Tire
•crotcctor; referem-ea required. The O JseM Tire
£. protect Co.. .TTOJtroadway.
_?iFva< ; X /VF'HER. lor bankirjß house ; «lery
t7 A Another, for bond house/ . $13: permanent.
fc2-_*_>os_*»^ ____• -. S7 Nassau Bt.
M 'PER VISING DRAFTSMAN pump ex
l^;. neosea-ry: «r.ly high class m-n con
sdTre-V »2.«»t0 National Employment Ex
rhsrFr.' 47 ft. . ' j
. - R . a n< large seller; agents
Southern territory. Pond Pharmacal Company. j
Hew York. . -— I
jrrrvTEi>^PHvate secretary. speaking ana
I wStTns Encash- German. French, typewriting
*_■ _Kn_Ti Address In own h-f.<l*HtJn«.
l_rMn_ fuirquaaiscatsona and cxi«u.tion». O.
! Box 12. Tribune Ogee. .
\VK"TKBS .err.iory. Tablet IMgesians for all
Moinach ills. Pond Pharnjaeal Company. New
rV vfi MAN. . wanted for work in pub-
Vi it tor office New Toil. i_w*paper: one who
! >_lvS ar«jf_ ;u°%« n S
Sii^i____i-° s ?-
Female
„*■* t« WATTEIi— To learn newspaper
ARTIES "«^. a mußtnitlET and lash
, ' cc k dr«wTn_. "Thomas. »-«» West -.3a t. New
~^?*ogTVVT WAITRSSS. Protestant, fcr-foun-
C^« X* T 1 "■' Iclnsons Co-operative Em r to] -
i rnent' Bureau, 573 Oth aye.. corner &,th tt.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1910.
ALTERATION PLANS. » .
-MANHATTAN.
TARHI AV_, n c cor 7Sth st: to a 3'rty'brk
«lepen»arj-: architect. I E Dltmars. 11l oth aye;
cost. $13,000: owner. German Hospital and Dis
pensary. Park are and 77- st.
DELANCEY ST. 12«; to a. 4 sty tenmt; archi
tects. Bernstein & Bernstein, 24 East _V. Bt;
cost, $5,000; owners. Levinson & Shapiro. 98
Canal st. . .
4TTH ST. n s, 200 ft c of Sth aye; to- a 5 sty
hrk storage; architect. F E Wallis. 545 4th. aye;
cost. $6,000; owner. C J Rlchter. 110 Went ~?A st.
42D ST. 117 "West; to a 4 sty ar.d basement
store and dwg- architect. William D Smith, 1170
Broadway; lessee.. P Sbanley; cost. 55.C00: o*mer e
A Hornby. Redmonds. Col. -
THE BRONX.
IS7TII ST. 580; to 2 sty fr store and d— c. 22.5
x3R- architect, M*.W Del Gaudlo, Tremont and
Webster ayes- cost. $2,500; owner. Petro Cris
cuolo. 659 East lSSth ft.
LIS PENDENS.
MAT 20.
34TH ST n 5,.?0 ft w of Park aye, 25x03: M
Abbott's Sons a«t Jefferson M Levy (action to
foreclose -mechanics' lien) ;' attorney. H A'Vleu.
TH 9T. s s. 350 ft w of Sth aye. 25x100.5:
New York L4f« Insurance and Trust Co. trustee,
a?t John Hankln *t al (foreclosure of mtg); at
torney, W T Emmet.
HULL- AVB. - s, 125 ft s of Scott or Wood
law aye. 50x100; two actions; Lawrence E
Brown, committee, art Mary A Costello et al
(foreclosure of two rates); attorney, L. E Brown.
BUCHANAN PL. s — cor of Jerome aye. 50x
100; Berent C Gcrken art Emanuel Sonnabend
et al (amended foreclosure of mtg); attorney, S
S Marcus. • . •
13TII ST. 161 West: American Swedenborg
Printing and Publishing Society a«t Antonio A
Host r-t al (foreclosure of mtg): attorney. V? C
Worcester.
117 TH ST. 523 and B?5 East: Jsnsd W Bell aKt
Louvre Realty Co ef al {foreclosure of mtg); at
torney?. Bowers _■ Sands.
RIVINGTON ST. 227; Sidney WaHach et al
act Abraham Schwartz et al (foreclosure or
xntg): attorney, S I Liebesklnd.
17TH ST. s 8. 250 ft w of Union Square West,
25x92; Franklin Savings »Bank In the City of
New York apt Llda Halnes et al (foreclosure of
tnt*O; attorney, XV M Powell.
109 TH ST. n s. 325 ft « of 2d aye. 25x110;
Ward W Smith, trustee, atrt Alfonso Baratte et
al (foreclosure of mi?); attorneys. Herzfeld &
£Tre«?dl*r.
2D A\*E. 2000. and 103 d st. 299 East: Anna
Fchmldt ag-t Jack Vlgorito et al (amended fore
closure of mtg); attorneys, Goldie & Gumm.
LOT 4C4. map of Van Nest Park. The Bronx;
Elisabeth Dangelmeier agt Charles G Hunt et al
(partition): attorneys. A _ H Bloch.
. BUILDING LOAN CONTRACS.
MAT 20.
4TH AYE. 239 tn 243 Elhrid«« T Gerry loans
Brunswick Realty Co $100,000.
ANTHONT AYE. c s. 178. 10 ft s of I?3d st,
9P.1 1x101 «; City Mortgage Co loans Anthony
Avenue Construction Co $65,000.
POWER? AYE. s c cor 142 d st. 100x96.3; same
loans Falrview Construction Co $75,000.
12TH ST, n s, w y, of Lot 485. map of village
of Wakefleld. The Bronx; Title Guarantee and
Trust Co loans Charles Pace 57,600.
GL.KASOX AYE. s s. 105 ft c of Aye E. 75x
1OS; Richard W Homer, attorney, loans Martin
Kletscher Construction Co $16,000.
TAX AND OTHER HEARINGS
Chance for Delinquents to Explain
Their Delays.
The Sinking Fund Commission -will give a
public hearinK in the City Hall at 11 _. m.
on Wednesday to those who have applied
for a cancellation of taxes, assessment for
public improvement!!, -water taxes and sales
of property for failure to pay the same.
More than two hundred church corpora
tions in Brooklyn may have their property
sold for failure to pay taxes.
It is suggested that, as it will be im
possible to give a separate hearing to each
Individual case, those interested select cer
tain persons to represent them collectively.
The select commltree of the Board of
Estimate en tbe Henry Hudson bridge
will give a hearing on Tuesday at 5 p. m.
The committee which has been considering
the twst methods of snow removal will hold
a hearing in the council chamber at g
p. m. on Wednesday.
JEROME ASSIGNED TO DEFENCE.
Former District Attorney Jerome was as
signed yesterday by Judge Cram, in Gen
eral Session;:, to defend Albert Bensinon,
who was indicted on the charge of murder
in the first degree. It 16 alleged that Ben
sinon killed Margaret Rosier on March 23,
at No. 903 BLsth avenue, because she was
going to give up living with him.
HELP WANTED.
Fen.ale.
COOK. Prntestanl. $4<l. for out-of-town. Mrp.
r>irkinson's Co-operative Employment Bureau.
":; . r ith «»e.. <orner Ssth St.
ELLIOTT FISHER OPERATOR if'-malfi; neat,
rapid worker; ?12. National Employment Ex
change, 47 West 42d et.
INFANTS' NURSES wanted to-day, all very
nice positions. The Hopkins Educational Bu
reau. .V»7 .">th avf . h»l»wn 42'! and 43d Bt>.
NURSES wanted Immediately; graduates, un
derßraduatf!=. attendants and children's, also
infants', housekeepers and other*, hospitals and
private, gtohlmans Registry. «i."7 Madison aye.
NURSE-PUPERVIPOR. 100, wanted immediate
* ly charge training school. large hospital. The
Hopkins Educational Bureau. 607 6th aye.. be
tween 42d and __ bis. .
STENOGRAPHER, for Broadway law office. $20;
two for Wsll St., raying SIS and $1*; another,
fio. Jupp Exchange. ?*7 Nafgan Ft.
TEACHERS, for school*; French <Parit-ian»;
Bpecial tPach'T mathematics; special teacher
ptenograpny. bookkeeping. The Hopkins Educa
tional Bureau. f»O7 Sth a' '
WORK WANTED^
~ i Male.
ACCOUNTANT ar.d BOOKKEEPER.
cloi-pg baianren, audits: books kept part tlm";
flnJncLi re^ts made Moderate Box 114, Trib
une Hartpin_Jranch» » We* _ ~<_ st.
AM DESIROUS of obtaining indoor or outdoor
A employment ; experienced mTO*US or at clerical
work* salary moderate; references. I. 0., Bex
34. Tribune O<Bgf__ _ \
RfiitKKFF'PKR cashier, correspondent: stcaiv. |
arcurat' erperienced all forms bookke^lng
and ufljee detail: salary moderate: references and
bond F \-an Nortrand. B« West 743 d at.
wTTrVKKFFPER «el<Jerly»: checkinr account*.
B t?ih baVancV": accurate at ttrurM: strictly
ti-mi»erat»- transient. S3. days or nights. Ad"
dr^fi b Wilson. 2S Basl I4lh at. —
=_-r Tn /■•* VFH Re_««n_ble prices for durable
work: will visit suburl*. John Thompson. 800
East 7tth et — _-_ —
ciIAUFFEUR.— American, 24: Binge; »evm
viani- referents; experienced on Flat. l,oco
mobfl? reerles* and Panhard cars. J. E. Cox.
' 73 Hicks st.. Brooklyn. _ ___
rnTvpVEim and GARDBNBR-— French. 35;
' "r.eal% little English: careful driver; good
; m^rhanfc- long experience: understands Amen
Sflnd French cars; highly recommended by
22 employer; -nSll »Jary. C L., 270 West j
48d st. -
f-HArVKKI-n. — Kinitle. Swede, 26; _ reliable;
etrlctly M<ber and steady; careful driver: *x
wricnced on motor boats; be»t reference; co
JnvXre C. l*wson. IH4 I.exinßton a;
TmiaUFFETIR.— Two years' experience; makes
C own Vepalrs: referenc-. Address. Rice,
; Tribune I'ptowj^Offlce^lW^BrcaCway;
1 T^rTtTC^Fr'R —Aged 22: two years' private ref
i C "«ncV.r : good tn«fcanic. Sheehy. 371 East
tS7th St. ■ "7 :n_n led; "three years'^prfvate
wrrfTß^-'FrR 27: :narrled: three, rears' private
C wfixSiS'' Wtlittt^TO East ISrth st.
7=HXUFFRt*R. from l>est school, wishes posi
"on- own repairing; moderate ealarj. 704
East l«Bth «. ____ '■ _
— rrrWSn?p-i'p Young married man as ehauf-
Cl feuV;^c^nce: John Price. 106 Amsterdam
277 ~ single ; "~ cxperTrnTedT no
C .V'hril _r_dua«* ; nt " steady position, with
.JSi drives and repairs foreign high
pWere* cars perfectly; reference*. Reoault. 237
Fast. 20th st. ._
Z'riTTvKimA — UNIVERSITY STUDENT EM
C-bLtm COMMITTEE can furnish thor
«,iihl» competent men and wonien tutors and
i, in ions 5 also clerks and draftsmen, for
1 time and rummer ! work. Employment
r rVwm7t7«V 6ub-«tatlon «4. City. Telephone
]4A0 — Morning 8 '"*; _^______
7^?TTvr>irTt"""PTIESSUAN — Ooo<l on book ant
i!'i! w .ik; »20 rresaman. Box B. Tribune
1 OSco.
RESORTS.
KEW TORE.
THE
Catskiil Mountains
noted ' for picturesque and romantic
scenery. The glorious air. the magnifi
cent views ana comfortable accomtno
r -o a! ; are a great attraction in this
mountain region which is a paradise for
children and a sanitarium for every
body.
THE ULSTER S DELAWARE R. R.
in connection with "West Shore and
Pennsylvania Railroads form the only
aH rail 'through car line between Phila
delphia, Jersey City, New York and all
points in this famous mountain region.
THE RIP VAN WINKLE FLYER will
make first trip from New York, via
West Shore R. R.. Saturday. May 21st.
leaving Desbrosses St.. 12.45 p. m.. and
"West 42nd St., 1 o'clock p. m. daily ex
cept Sunday. ■
The summer time schedule for season
of 1910 will go in effect Sunday, June
19th.
Ticket agents of West Shore R. R. in
New York and Brooklyn will sell tickers
to all points on Ulster A- Delaware R. R.
at one fare for round trip on May 27tb,
28th, 29th. good returning until May
31st. inclusive, account of Decoration
Day. and piviner an opportunity to select
your summer home.
An illustrated Summer Book with
map of the Catskills and list of hotels
and boarding: houses win .be sent free on
receipt of S cents postage.
N. A. SIMS,
General Passenger Agent, ,
Kingston, N. Y.
THE CiRAND HOTEL
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
• ■ will open
SATURDAY, JUNE 25fh.
This hotel is located on main line of
the Ulster _ Delaware R. R. Altitude
over 2.000 feet. Through coach and
drawing room car service from New
York direct to hotel grounds.
Passenger elevator to all floors. Rooms
singly .or en suit© with private bath.
Service and cuisine unexcelled. Booklet.
For terms and full -information apply
to Mr. Frank DeWolf. Town and Coun
try Bureau, 389 Fifth Avenue, corner
36th Street, New York. Telephone 3628
Madison.
After Juno 25th address The Grand
Hotel Company, Highmount, N. Y.
oMaWQEi/roRK
"Queen of the C_tskills'
Elevation I.SOO fe«>t. CooL dry cli
mate. Pure mountain water. Fish
ing, golf, basehall grounds, all amusements: ali
city improvempnts. Booklets and information
at 11S0 Broadway, N. T., L. E. TRIMM. Rep.,
and all ne— spapT resort bureaus.
TIE HOTEL HOITEIIC
I GOO ISLANDS ST.UWRENCE RIVER, N.Y.
OPENS JUNE 18th.
A magnificent Hotel, delightfully situated on
an island in the St. Lawrence River, with an
exclusive class of patronage. The favorite water
for motor boats and boat racing. Fishing, row
ing, and all aquatic sports. A picturesque nine
hoi* golf course free to guests of the hotel: club
house equipped with swimming pool, shower
baths, etc. Tennis. Unequalled bass and fresh
water fishing near hotel. For full Information
address C. G. TRUSSELL. Mgr.. Town and
Country. 389 Fifth Aye.. New York. Also Mgr.
Bon Air, Augusta, Ga.
THE COLUMBIAN
1000 ISLAND PARK, St Lawrence River. N
— The best located and most attractive hotel
among the Thousand Islands; excellent cui
sine. Orchestra and all amusements. Open
June 15. Booklet. L. A. JOHNSON, P™P-
Garden City Hotel
Garden City, _ong Island.
18 Miles from New Tork. Open all year.
A HIGH CLASS MODERN HOTEL.
R~FI>'ED AND EXCLUSIVE.
New a la Carte Restaurant.
J. J. LA>XIX COMPANY, PROPS.
The GLIFFTON
ON WATER FRONT
"BONAIRE," PATCHOGtE, 1,. I.
Opens May 26. American and European Plan.
Address W- M. JENKINS. Prop.
ADIRONDACK MOl NTAINS. .
THE WAWBEEK I
(Hotel and Cottages)
Will open on June 24th for the Thirteenth
season under same management. Most com
fortable and Homelike. ' Private Cottages
with hotel service. Table —ill be kept at
usual high standard. Rooms with bath.
Special terms for full season. Rustic Grill.
Send for booklet.
.1. BEN HART. Wa wheel?. y. T.
CEDAR CLIFF INN.
MONROE. ORANGE CO.. N- T.
A delightful resort amons the hills ana
lakr*- new rr.odern house, euites with bath,
steam heat. POO feet elevation. 40 miles from
c!t'- own garden. 100 acres of grounfls. goir,
tennis, boatinp. hathing. fishing music drives,
earage no moFiuitoes nor malaria. Booklet.
W. M HAIGHT.
THE COLONIAL
Kltchawan-on-Croton Lake. N. V.
32 miles from New York. hWi altitude, steam
heat; open fireplaces: rooms with bath: golf^and
frnis* carafe; select patronage. Opens Juno 18.
Booklet. H. S. & A. F. WHITE. ,
IPPER SARANAC.
PAUL SMITH'S
ADIRONDACKS
OPGOOD AND ST. REGIS chain OF
LAKES. Through train service day and
night. Hew York Central Lines — Paul
Smith's Railway. Direct — New lork
Stock Exchange.
LOWER SABAXAC.
APIROXDACK THE aLeOMOUIIi
moi^tai.vs. in£ MLwUsIWIIIII
OK LOWER SARANAC LAKE.
Open June 10th to Or*. let. Small mouth Black
Bass Flshinc begins June l?>th. The finest In
the country. p.. tofßce and Telegraph Address.
JOHN HARPING. Algonquin. >. Y. Booklet.
WORK WANTED.
Male
WINDOW and house cleaning at reasonable
rites: Acmcn. lit W B2d at. • Phone 480» Pel.
WANTED * line to the retail trad*", Chicago
and vicinity, by experienced salesman, finan
cially rrpponsible. .1. P. Bush, 53.'< East 42d
FlacV. Chicago, 111.
YOUNG MAN.— Can do carpentry, painting and
pipe fitting'; most anything. E. A. Zerbe. 113
Enp-rt aye., Brooklyn. .
Female.
GOOD stenographic typewriting work: rea
sonable rates". 00 William St.. Room 813.
'Phone 42M- Fohn ' ■ .
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR.— years' ex
perience: understands filing; best references.
li. M.. 17*51 Lexington st. :
TYPEWRITING. MULTIGRAPHING.
Accurate, reasonable. Ray. Boom .8006. Met
ropolitan B-ildlns. 23d st., Madison aye. Tele
phone. rifln^~-«lramercy.
TYPEWRITING. MrLTIGRAPHING^—Sum
mer prices. E. Bf.m«*. Room 615. 154 Nas
»a tit. __.. — R^'-kman. .
' WANTED — START.
I>Rinner In Htmopraphy, Intelligent
-mna woman. wants position offering oppor
tunities for edvancement. D. 8., Tribune Har
lem Branch, 2CS West 125 th Bt.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Male.
aiAITKE'.'H and COACHMAN des'r-s steady
position, city or country. Uersl. 2H East 4th
St.
BUTLER A.VO USEFUL MAN— English; ex
cellent references; would take charge of
apartment house, wife to a*»lst; understands
furnace, elevator, or take charge house in
country. It.. Miss Fitxijerald's Bureau. 503
Dth mi-.. entrance 42«1 ■♦•___ '
COACHMAN. — I-ady eivlng up horses wishes
to place her coachman, whom she. can
highly recommend: 10 years in her «—ploy
ment: married: no children; Call or write,, 18
Bast 62i et.. or • vate Ftahi_»- 407 Park are.
FARM HANDS, useful men, married couples for
farms and gentlemen's country places; English.
German and Swedish a specialty. Mathewson
Bureau. SIS flth •.-••• Tat. 878 Otyant.
FARM HAND— By a braw young Scotsman, a
good farmer and cowman: • sober and obliging;
_£. Sinclair. Mathftiwm Bureau. 818 6th aye.
Tel a~» Bryant. • m |
GARI>E .: — German; sinirle; experienced on
vegetahJ^g. flowers, fruits, etc.. especially
frames and nrfenhouse; reasonable compensation:
references. Mathewson Bureau. 818 6th aye. Tel.
S7B Ilryant. ■ - ■
USEFUL MAN- nullah, eompettnt around par
don, lawn*, etc; *lsa experienced wtth herpes,
cow* and chicken*: good reference*; $25. Mathew-
KM Bureau, bib tith ay«. Tel. 3TS Bryant. •
RESORTS.
PENNSYLVANIA.
WHTER HOUSE
.... T -- Mountain Paradise, .
' DELAWARE WATER GAP. "FA.
Remains open to December. Unquestion
ably the loading and finest hotel In thl* reylon
for thos a who -seek th» best in appointment,
cuisine, service, comfort and location. Every
lndoor entertainment and . outdoor pastime.
Special early s»ason rates. Booklet el camera
views and Auto Maps mailed. Fourth Season.
JOHN PURDY COPE. ___
THE KSTTATINHY
Th* leading hotel at- Delaware ".'ate*- Gap-
Fa. Mala ho-tel »<>.-.. open. Every convenience
and amusement. Saddle horses and instructors.
Write for booklet shew hotel, auto maps,
etc. G. FRANK COFE.
THE KITTATIXN'Y i* not connected with
any other hotel at the Water Gap.
M A \V OO L> CA M
And SUMMER- mQ June S-Sept.' 15. $110.
Near Phlla. 48th year. Special ear* to little
boys. Winter session. Sept. IC. prepares 40 boys
tor college or business. J..SHORTLIDGE. A M..
Yale. Prtn., Box 19*> Coneordvine. Del. Co.. Fa.
MOUNT FOCONO. DELAWARE WAIVER
GAP. STROrDSBL'RG. CRESCO, FOCONO
SUMMIT. DELAWARE VALLEY.
FAMOUS SUMMER RESORTS.
Information at 42!» Broad-nay. N>vr York City.
NEW JERSEY.
BALENHALL
noTEIr I SANAToRiUM»*X n 5
Owing to our Tonic- and Curative Baths,
our Elegant Comfort and Exceptional
Table and Service, we are always busy.
F. L. YOUNG, Gen'l Manager.
N. Y. Office. 1122 Broadway.
HOTEL TRAYMORE
Atlantic City, X. * I
Open Throughout the Tear.
Famous as the hotel -with' every modern
convenience and all the comfort* of borne.
TRAYMORE HOTEL COMPANY,
D. 8. WHITE, Prrs.
Chrm. O. Marqnette. Mgr.
THE BEACH FRONT H2TEL PAR EXCELLENCE
**b& -eTTLANTICCITX N.O.
ECKOI'EAS or AMERICAN PLAN.
JACOB WEIKKL. .Manager.
Come to Atlantic City and enjoy the delights
of the Sea Shore In May and June, combined
with th« comforts and conveniences -which thl»
famous All-the-year resort has to offer.
Hotel Dennis
with everything modern, is always open and
maintains an unobstructed ocean view.
TVALTER J BCZET.
HOTEL MORTON
VIRGINL4 AYE.. NEAR BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Open all the year Fine table. Suites with
private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
sanitary arrangements. Elevator to all floors.
Special rate* for winter. Capacity 250.
Mrs. N. R. HAINES. Owht and Proprietor.
QOarlborongb-
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Josiah White _ Sons Company.
MASSACHUSETTS.
Berkshire Hills
THE MAPLEWOOD
PITTSFIELD. BERKSHIRE CO.. MAS 3.
WILL OPEN MAY 28.
Send for 1910 Booklet and Auto Road Map.
ARTHTTR W. PLUMB.
THE N&NEPSSHEMET
MARBLE.HEAT> NECK. MASS.
Opens June 18. Finest location on North
Shore. Every room ocean view. E. G. BROWN.
CONNECTICUT.
THE GRISWOLD
EASTERN POINT.
NEW LONDON, CONN.
Open Jane 24 th. -
FINEST SEASHORE RESORT IN AMERICA.
.2% hours from New York.
Unequalled Sailing. Bathing. Automobllin*.
Driving. Tennis, Golf. Dancing.
Long distance telephone In every room.
For Booklet, Rates. &c. Address
W J. FLEMING. Mgr.. 71 Broadway. Room
901. New York. Telephone. 3430 Rector.
AIM) Mgr. The Belleview. Bellealr. Fl_.
EDGE WOOD INN
(Greenwich on the Sound), Conn.
>>-;i». r. May 28th lo October 15th.
New York Office, Town and Country Bureau,
389 Fifth avenue.
28 miles from New York; 45 minutes' ride.
Superior stables and new. up-to-data saxafa
this season.
New Colonial Tea Rooms: Casino: Golf;
Tennis; Bowling; Music Daily.
D. P. SIMPSON. Manager.
HEW HAMPSHIRE.
lodtlnd
Scenic
Qmtn.
Basfrt!)!*
Pitrorags,,
loHiy
ravor.
13 PBXVATECOTTAGES TO BEJTT.
Corre«ponflence InTited, Illustrated booklet
Maplewooc, Bethlehem. N. H. c
tfflcM. So«ton 8 Bucos St, N. T. Olty 1180 S w*%
W AUM B £ X
AND COTTAGES.
Jefferßon. N. H., in the White Mountains,
Op<?ns June 25.
18 hole golf course, on famous scenic auto
routes. Detached family cottages completely
furnished, with hotel service. Address
CHARLES V. MURPHY. Manager.
Laurel House. Lake— ood. N- J.. until June Ist.
' VERMONT.
VERMONT VACATION RESORTS.
150 Page Illustrated Book. Full information
In regard to summer Kesorts in Vermont and
shores I.ak»" Champlain with hotel, farm and
village, home accommodations. Prices $7 per
week and up. Send 6c. stamps for mailing.
Address SUMMER HOMES, No. 57, SSS Broad
way. New York.
LAKE BOMOSEEN. VT.
PROSPECT HOrSK.
Sanitary plumbing; electric lights; g_rag»;
milk cream, vegetables from hotel farm.
Booklet^ H. B. BLLIS. Mgr.
" . MAINE.
THE BRIDGTON, m SSSSS m '
The Home of Big Fish. An Ideal spot, on High
land. Lake. Modern House, with home com
forts. Rates $10 and up. G. A. CABOT. Mgr.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Male.
VALET, &c. — Japanese, competent In his duties,
to act as valet or take charge bachelor's place;
best references. Yoshi, 123 Sands St., Brooklyn.
Telephone 2940— Main.
Female.
CHAMBERMAID— Good references. Btrney. M 0
An'Sterdam aye., near 101 st st.
CHAMBERMAID— WAITRESS— Two neat Swed
ish girls; competent and reliable; excellent ref
erences; together or separate. Sampson & Nel
sons' Bureau. 412 4th aye. 'Phone 1569 Madison
Square. • .
COOK (English.! : very good cook; soups.
rru-atn. entrees, all desserts and ices:, best
ref* rencef. wages $25 to $30; country pre
ferred. Flaherty Bureau. 485 Columbus aye.
Tel. "41— River.
COOK. — By competent, neat youns woman: six
years' ! personal references; city. Call Mrs.
Cooper's Agency. 657 Hth aye.. 3Sth st.
COOK.— Good plain cook; bakes bread, etc.;
country. 524 West l«2d st. -
COOK AND LAUNDRESS. Oood and plain:
riuiiretem girl; In amall private family. 802
East 71st st.. top floor; no cards.
GRADUATE NURSE — Permanent position- for
care of invalid or elderly lady, or nervous
patient; three years In last place; highest ref
erences In Chicago and elsewhere as to reli
ability and adaptability: willing to go to any
Htv or town. Address Mies F. Harms. Honey
Creek. Wl*. - '
HOLtiANPEFW—Toung married oouple. no chil
dren: position on gentleman's place mo farm);
man gardener and earn of premises: wife plain
cook; references. Address Hollanders. 148 -fith
aye. '
HOI'SEWoRK or second work; take care of
child; l>y a nice, smart young Irish girl,
snort time in country; moderate waires.
Flsherty's Bureau, 485 Coiumbui aye. Tel.
■VT. "
INFANTS NURSE. — Scot*-. Protestant; four
years' excellent references: city or country:
$80: full charge from birth. Industrial Asso
ciation. 17 West 42d. Phone. r;2lo— Bryant.
LAUNDRKF!?— Young Swedish woman: thorough
ly competent; shirts, collars, fine washing; 3H
>ears one place: wages $30. Sampson & Nelson's
Bureau. 412 4th aye. 'Phone IM6 Madison
Square.
Nl ßSß— Your* «*rl, 14 years to take care of
children; good place. . J. P., MM) Greenwich st.,
first floor. ; . •
WAITRESS.— Neat, tidy younir Rtrl; very rood
references; wages $22; city or country.
Flaherty Bureau. 485 Columbus avp. Tel. 741
— Rtv er. _ ;
WORKING IIOUSEKKEPEU — Capable- woman
with exeelteßt references will take charge
of clergyman's house or small private family;
(too-*, coo*, manager, buyer. E. IT.. Mlaa fltz-'
(erald'z Bureau, 203 sth aye.. entrance 4^U et.
TIME TABLES.
ALL-THE-WAY-BY jfSjj Jtt± $&*& 3H#lk |k|
BETWEES MEW YORK AMD EP%^%s^ 1 wi^l
Vi» I nn)f Island Sonnrt. Block TaL-ind •-»• n d. Martha* Vineyard f^nnd. XantneJcet *.»o»d
and the Atlantic Ocean. Metropolitan Line P. Mender Sf rrlee to be resumed May 23rd.
■ YALE AND HARVARD
Steamships : \ ~*■ , -™
' NEW YORK TO BOSTON, $4.00. Though Tickets by various Routes to
Eastern Commercial Ontr»s as well as to the Coast, Mwmtair. Inland. Island and
Lake Resorts of America's Summer Playground. Including Main*. New Hamp
shire. New Brunswick. Nova Scotia. &c. &c.
AN UNBROKEN NIGHTS REST direct from City to Cltr «n Luxurious
Steamships over the most rascinatinsr Salt Water Route in the VTorld. .
SCH E D U LE : {Beginning May 23rd) Weekdays and Sundays. From New York
leave Pier c, North River, near foot of Rector Street, at I P. M. Same dally sched
ule from India Wharf. Boston. Due either City 8 o'clock the following morning.
TICKETS AND STATEROOMS at Pier 9. North River: also at New York
Transfer Co. and principal Tourist and Ticket Office throughout Greater New
York. Through tickets on sale at nearly all Ticket Offices throughout th« country.
Write Genl Pass'r Agt.. Pier 9. N. R.. for Folders. Hotel Lists, etc.
HKTROrniiTAV STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Tier 0. Xorth JllTer. Tel. Cnrtlandt 1713,
IKronprinzessin Cecilic I
Sails May 24th (or j
LONDON— PARIS — BRF.XFN I
EE North TiT
BBK.MEX iiUllll- 10 1. M.
I KronpriiaewUs Cecllle May 24 I
„ Kronprtcsessia Cecllle Slay 24 !
Kronprinz WiLheim May 31 I
Kaiser IVUh«_n II Jona 7 I
Kaiser "Kliheim der Grosse.June 14 ■
ss::., r s n e orm ji n TiuMOHi
b _ie.n ueriiiaii to >. m.
ITwj--Screw ?at!tr.<» ■
Prinz rr. ~ -tihelm (new>. ..Hay 2« I
Prinzeaa Alice June _ I
George Washington <new)..Ju»<» & I
Bremen Jun« 16 |
GIBR.VLTAR m b ■ CITItRnAV?
NAPLES ' I | nwr l siTUßD*rs
oeno, LiUjU nil.
Prlna»a» Irene May 2t
Barbarcssa May 23
Berlin (netr) Jan« 4
Friedrlch der Grosse June 11
■Wireless and Submarine Signals.
independent Bound the World Tours
Travelers' Checks, good all over .
th« World.
OKLRICHS & CO., Gen. Arts.
5 Broadway, »w York
f\ CEUTSGHLA»Q^UJa!iiIS3JI^
/ 15,500 tons. JAy'apg|
I Special ins:* ar *lil 21 < _^* V I
I HiY 28, JULY 2 feftSSS^a
II 6 Days to London &^E^EVjl{^wc3Sm
p^ Paris. 7 Days to_^| BMS _ I B%S£i
MAt Hamburg. jOk mvaUMtaimS^S
#I^___. _____th^_____________l
All Modern Safety Devices (Wireless, &c.)
LONDON, PARIS, HAMBURG.
tUnexcelled Ritz-Cariton a la Carte Restaurant.
Gvmnasluni. Klec. Baths. Elevator. Palm Garden.
TKaJs'n A.V. May 21.10 AM iOceana June -
BJuech»r. May 25|tAmerika June ♦
Deutschland 3lay 23 \ »Pres. Grant . . June »
•Pres. Lincoln ..June if Cincinnati... .June 1*
IHainburg direct. »New.
1 ■»• Bk m %# VIA GIBRALTAR.
| i 1 If NAPLES
■ I M fa. B ANT* GENOA.
S. S. MOLTKE May 31. 11 A. M.
8. S. B ATA VI *_■• M
S. S. HA.VBrKf; J»n« -1
TRAVEXXERS 1 CHECKS ISSUED. .;
Tourist Dept. for Trips Everrwher*.
Hamburg-American Line. 43 Broad— X. T.
~CUt* A D~TIN I E~
Piers 54 and M. North River, foot of J4th St. |
OFFICES, 21-24 State St.. opposite the Battery. i
Lusitania— Mauritania
Largest, Fastest, finest Steamers Afloat.
New York to London Direct
. VIA FISHGUARD
is the most expeditious route and also to
PARIS-BE RUN-
Leave »tt York Wednesdays. 0 A. M.
MOND&Y IN LONDQ* TUESDAY 111 PARIS
THreless Telegraph. Babmariue Slxrnsl*
Campania May 2S|Lusltanla June 8
•C&rmanla.May2S.loamt *Caronla..Jane 11. 10 am
Manretania June l) •Campania. June 18.9 am
•Will call at Qneenstown and Flshguard.
HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN SEKVICE.
To FIUME. -via GIBRALTAR.NAPLES.TRIESTE
Pannonia. .June 2. noon| tcarparhia July 1
{Ultonla..June 16, noon: Paanonia July 19
f Calls at Genoa. {Carries' 3d an 1 3d class only.
Travellers' checks Issued pood everywhere. ]
Particulars of. Services, Rates, Sailings and other -
information will be supplied on application.
AMERICAN LlNE ™rio!os
>". . Y^— Plymouth— — Southampton.
New York May 21 Philadelphia. June 4
St. Paul Mayi3;3t. Louis .June 11
RED STAR LINE s re^. pIerW
NEW YORK— DOVER— ANTWERP.
Lapland (new). May 21.11 ami Finland June 4
Kroonland...May 31. 9:30 am( Vaderland ..June 11
WHITE STAR UNEgT_?SI«.
N. V.. Qtieetistown. Holy head. Liverpool.
Celtic. May 21. 9:30 aml Arabic June 4
Cedric . . May 25. noon | Baltic June 11
K. Plymooth— Sotithampton.
Majestic. May 25,9 :30 am I Teutonic June S
Adriatic . .June 1. noon' Oceanic June 13
N. V. AND BOSTON— MEDITI XX * \ \N.
Our. Travelers' Checks Good Everywhere.
! Offices 9 B'way & Pier 62. N. R. <23d St.). N. T.
DAY LINE STEAMERS, DAILY, except Sun
day, leave Brooklyn. Fulton St. (by Annex*.
! 8; Desbrosses St.. 8:40; W. 42d St.. t>: W.
129 th St., 9:20 A. M. Landing at Yonkers.
West Point, Newburgh, Poughkeepsle. Klng
uton Point. Catskill. Hudson, and Albany.
Easy connections North. East, and West. All
through rail tickets between N. T. and Al
bany accepted. Most delightful one-day out-
Ings to West Point. Newburgh. or Pough
keepsi*. returning on down boat. Meals
served at all hours. Music,
Str. Mary Powell commences May 23d.
"ANCHOR LINE
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
Furne_Ma.May 21. 3pm I Caledonia. June 4. 3 m
Columbia. A.ay as, 10 am | California. June 11, 10 am
FIRST CABIN". $67.50 and $T2M.
SECOND CABIN, $43 and *47.5«.
THIRD CLAPS. $28.75 and $30.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17-1S Broadway.
B-Hot«Q»2t
800 Oub.
I Cr?!-.i,
f Giragt.
tjmfbatij
Orchestra.
imU
: October.
Special Week End Excursion
for Decoration Day
To All Catskill Mt. Resorts.
aitcviii Steamers leave Pier 43.
CATSKILL N. R-. ft Christopher St. Phone
EVENING WEEK DATS at 6P. M. />_
. 7*l* Catskill-Hudson i b_b_
,__ Catskill-Hudson
LIHE Coxsackie Sprlag
i^j'.i,'_^iiiii['H-ii_nTn
For Neuburjth, Poasbkecasla and Kingston,
week days, 4 p. m.
For »whnrgU and intermediate landings.
week days. 5 p. m. Sundays. » a. ■_
OCfl "sV* II_E Pifr U. Wall St. Fwiy.
tICU II LIHC Brooklyn, at noon.
For ian Juan, P. R.. L* Guayra, Pto. Cabetlsv
Cura-ao and Maracatbo. via Turacao.
CARACAS. . May 21 ! PHILADELPHIA ... Jnne 4
For La Uuayra, Curacao and Maracalbo.
MARACAIBO May 28IZIXIA . ' :-- II
Suoerior Accoromo_itioae for Passengers.
BLISS. DALLETT * CO..
General Managers. 88 Wall at.
EUROPE
UPTOWN STEAMSHIP OFFICE. ALL LINES.
CHOICEST ROOMS. LOWEST RATES.
INTERNATIONAL SLEEPING CAR co.
Headquarters for Travel .i» Luxe.
2=l FIFTH AYE.. COR. 3CTH ST.
Write for -Ocean Sailings" a- "Return Sailings. '*
HUDSON RIVER DAY LlHl
FOR ALBANY AND WAY LANDINGS.
FIR?T UP TRIP MAY 20th: DOWN. 21.
First Trip Steamer -Robert Futton." May 21st.
st»am>»r MARY POWELL commence* May 234.
RED BANK UNE
I_avea Franklin Bt. Pier 24. N. R.. dally 2 -TO
pflT Sunday 8:30 A. M . Battery 2:5S P. M..
Sunflav *:3S A. M. for Highlands. Re_ Bank. Me.
Trolley to long Branrh & Asburv Park F:xc Me.
CLASS'S TOURS TO ROPE
Itineraries carefully made and many special
features render our Tours very delightful.
Good Tours at $275 upward: Passion Play
featured. North Cape Tour ««.V).
IKVNK C. CUEK. Times BWr. New York.
■ii\i HUNDRED GOLDEN HOURS AT SEA."
Southern I'acuic Stean»!»l»Ip«.
Sew york. new orle.vns.
- L. H. Nutting. G. P. A..
Sot-! 138 or 1 Broadway. New York.
cook*!* Toms to i t i t.pv
and th» PASSION* FLAY at Oberammergau.
THOS. COOK & RON. 245 Broadway.
a **__ .d__41 > Madtaon At».. IKB Sth Ay* N- V-
DKCOICATIOX HAY «•: riNGS
■• 8 anil 4 day tours. 57.50 up. Sena for details.
"* MARSTERS TOURS. SI \V. SOth St.. N. T.
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
for Th« Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 138* Broadway, between SCti* and
STth at*., until 0 o'clock p. m. Advertisement*
received at the follow Ins branch office* at reg
ular office rates until 5 o'clock p. in., viz.; M 4
gth aye., «. c. cor. SSd st.; 153 «th aye . cor.
12th ft .: lOt East 14th »t.; 257 West «d St..
between Tth and *th ayes.; 263 West 123 th St.;
1035 3d aye.; 1628 3d art., near «lst at ; 17°**
Ist aye.. near With st.: 157 East 123 th at.; TM
Tremont *ye. . 65O*Sd- •»•.,- and any American
District Telegraph Office.
~ ME TABLES.
BOSTON m PO!)ITS i*
BUOIU " MEW SSGUS3
LOM6 r SLAHO SOUND ROUTES
FALL RIVER LINK. Via Newport »a_ Fan
Hirer. Lt. Pier 19. N. R-. ft. VTarrcn St.. w»e_
days ant! Sundays. 5:3» F. _ 9tr» COilMO??-
WEaLTH and PRISCILLA. Orchestra oa mtm
NORWICH _IXK. Via ?s*w London, L». Pier
4O» N- R-. ft- Clarkson Ft.. w*«k «ay». S:0O
P. M. ; Pier TO. E. R-. ft. E. _<1 St.. SO P. _.
Strs. CITT OF LOWELL and CHESTER W.
CHAPLN.
NEW HAVEN LINE. For !f*w Haven. Hart
ford, Springfield and North, wok day* onlj.
Leave 28. EL It . 2:45 P. M. foot DMt
2_tfSt.. 3:00 P. at. ?te»m«r RICHARD PECS-
Tlcketji. staterooms and Information at City
Ticket OBc*. 171 Broadway. »*ar Corttaadt St.
Telephone 5121 Cortlandt- Also at N. T. TIIM
far and Tourist Office* and at Piers.
_XCURS!ONS.
ORARM9N6 EXCURSIONS
West Point Newburth _ Pi<o)fhke«r»sie
Daily (except Sunday) by PaUc* B-DCKXs*
RIVER DAT LINE STEAMEK3
/ SEE STEAMBOAT ■- ■.-"» v
DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
ROLL TOP
DESKS
OFFICE
FtTRNITCRB j
In great varletx
of style and price.
T. G. S__l_TW.
11l Fulton St
CARPET CLEANING.
N. Y. CARPET GLEANIfIa WORKS
Oldest. Largest. Most Modern.
Tel. 4«9B— Bryant. Established MSI
Rugs Woven from Old Carpets,
Prices Reasonable. Send for Circular.
437 and 439 W. 45th St.
V?. H. JORDAN. gPWIN LSNTZ.
Carpet & Rug Cleansing
Th« C. H. Brown 00. Tei-pjwm. **
V, Hi SrOwn UO. I'^li Murray HHt
209 - 211 _■ 37-1 St. l IMI S -"""** ""*
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.— C!-«oj
by compressed air, steam, hand or on floor.
1564 Broadway. 421 Bast 48t_ «_ COB St
BRANDT Tel. t~! —
, DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
DESKS. ROLL AVD FLAT TOPj
Flllßf Cabinets. Partitions.
Chairs. Tables. V.'alicusea aA—
Showcases.
K. HAWBrBGEK - CO..
. S3 Bast 2Oth St.
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS.
TUmrimiiTJriiO all makes, tja to ♦?-»-.
TVuiW irHX r-nted. bought. reT>alr«d-
HrmPll-.iHP Eagle - Co.. 312 B-wny.
VICTOR VISIBLE. '* Nassau St.; cat_lo«u«
free; all makes taken part payment: bargain*
in Xlnderwoodr- Remingtons. Olivers. Smiths.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLtNERY.
PERFEOT FORM Made to your figure.
PtRFcWI rUlta Mention Tribune.
* a. SMITH. 604 Went I»KM St.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
PROPERTY, including bottlins worlis ,aß<l sa
loon, on Pennsylvania R. R Ilnf. 3O minutes
I from New York; worth while to inquire. M. K-.
Box S5. Tribune Ol3ce.
MACHINERY, DIES AND MODEL-.
FOR SALE — New tenoning and mortising out
fit. Doea coping. Less than half ordinary
cost" Greatest capacity and «ffl. ienor. Machin*
demonstrated. Mechanical Ens_ie«nn_ Co.. 133
Reade st.
__^ INSTRUCTION.
~~~~ For Both Sexes—City.
! THE BEKLITZ 9THOO_ OF HXGFAGjES.
MADISON SQUARE (1122 BROADWAY).
'' Harlem Branch. 343 Lenox Aye.. near 127 th St.
Brooklyn Branch. _!< .. Livingston St.
SCHOOL AGENCIES.
American and Foreign TeaeheW A««sh9.
6-PPlles Professors. Teachers. Tutor*. Oe»
crness«a. etc.. to Colleges. Schools and FaoUtt e_
Apply to lira. SI- J. YOUNG-~C_TOIt.
23 Union Bqnar-
MISCELLANEOUS.
ABOVE ALL COMPETITORS
I dealing. Prompt cash payments tor com piece
I libraries or small collections of miscellaneous
; literature can always be obtained. HEXRJ.
yiAJ-X-X^. 4? Broadway. T»leppon«. ________
CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTERS.
DISTRIBUTING card«. circulars, strict mm
sonal supervision: hlKhest ref<«r«ncaa. KeUy
Distributing Service. 345 West 23d.
LOST BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK No. 542.335 of the Union Dtme>
Savings Bank is miaslnir. Any person havta^f
a claim to It i.« hereby called upon to present th«
same within ten days or submit to having said
passbook cancelled and a new win Issued.
BANKBOOK No. 544. «2* of the l.'nion Dl~»
Savings Bank is missing-. Any person Msv__
a claim to it is hereby called •upon to i sear the
same within ten days or submit to saving sea*
passbook cancelled and a new one Issued.
LOST— Bankbook No. W2.9-t>. BanJr for Savings.
2>o 4th aye.. New York. Payment stopped-
Please return book to bank.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 645. 301 •*
the German Savings .Ban hi the City of New
York, corner 4th aTe. and 14th st.. liiisa__>
Terez Klein. All parsons are cautioned t|iM
negotiating • th* same. If not returned to q_>
banic on the Bth day of June. 1910. » *»?_«__»
will be Issued —
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-GOLD LINK BRACELET WITH 12 DLV
MONDS SFT IN PLATINUM; . RTrBY. J___
FT'IRES AND PIAMONT'S IN CLASP: »MB
LII'.CRAL REWARD COMMUNICATB WITH
MOSEMAN. 2T* WEST 84TH.
LOST.— S3.OO reward: a silk fob. with 32
' Masonic en one side. Shrine Fez on reverse.
Return to Cashier. Imperial Hor«
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
LARGE SUNNY CORNER ROOM, rm wmmm I
water; private family ; [location,
facing the Hudson; telephrm*. Harmon. 213
-.•at 101 st K. Telephone 6000--RlTar3ld».
• REMEDIES.
THOK'.H <• 11. PK K'i M Kf_» ts> caaea
f»EBf_rTT.
ni-lUDEK COMPLAINTS and kindred dis
eases- relief at onro in dangerous cases, recent
or old- tho«e desirlnc only (to** class »cientJf!c
treatment should cat!. Dr. EONSCHUR. the we!l
known specialist. ■". West 33th at. Hours. »-;:. 7-».
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
LOGAN. HOLLISTER.— IN FCRST ANC E OF
an order of Hon. Abner C- Thomas. on» of
the Surrogate* of the County of New York.
notice is hereby clv»n that the untiera:giiert In
tends to apply to the Surrogates" Court of tno
County of New York for the i«riißf» to her of
letters of administration upon tJi- estat* tti
Hollister Logan, late of th« County of New
York, deceased, under the provisions of ;h»
final paragraph of section :<US! of the Code of
Civil Procedure. And all persona having
cValms against the said M. "Ulster Logan, de
ceased. «re hereby notified) l» preaent th»
same, with vouchers thereof, to on» of the
Surrocatc* of the County of -New York, at" the-
Surrogate*' OfSc* la th« Hall of Records. In ■
the -..ugh of Manhattan, tn the City an d
County of New York, on or before Jh* 14*h
day of June. A- I». 1010. Dated. New York.
May U. is»*>-
ELIZA K. LOGAN. Petitioner.
iIACFAItLANE & MONROE. Attorneys for
Petitioner. ;#. Liberty Street. Burough of
Manhattan. New York City.
IN PURSUANCE OV AN HDBR OF HON.
APT C. Thomas. -» Surrogate of the
County of New York, notice is hereby given
to all persons bavins claims a^atnit Slfmund.
Cutterman. lat* or the County of K«vr York,
■■ci— to present the seme, with voucher*
thereof, to the -subscribers, at their pteee of
transacting buiir.e**. No. 42 Broad wray. Mi th»
City of New York, ea or before the 3* a. day
of July next.
Dated New Tors, the 35tn day of January.
1910.
RUDOLPH csriTtauiAX IXOPOLtVLEH
MA.V, Executors.
EINSTEIN. TOWNSENT> * OCTTCMUM.
Attorneys for Executors. 42 EroUwar,
New York City.
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