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jiff BSLIOT REFORM
Shown in the Recent
Belgian Elections.
A ! ' PROPORTIONAL* SYSTEM
ciAtS 0* Minority Strengthened
Ji jxperts Oppose Plural
Voting — Results.
" '■'■ jj fey ts.— ln France, "where »lee-
Jiefssa t* no^ *' b ' issU<r of the bo '' ir#
* :r " cat timctiens *» Belglura were
j-fl "wJth special Inle^s-t because there
S§££«*» proport'onene.- cr -R. P~"
n is tsaOlbatr called here. Is In full
;tf . g^. "R. P* = »■ an elaborately
; *2^~".8- system to give all political
| S«s ta *■ coSßMcndtty representation ac-
I r *^ re . Cat tauOXT of votes pclled; in
I*" O» a.ißlwißa»t af the ab-
P"C" dST-.l=a*' <!lTl cf majority mle now Jn
| t~t- ard most other Continental
LSjtiexistin*: te:n ° r ei e c-irisr members
t^ I^"* c ; Deputies, tn ttm hands
[ *«>lltiS potrer cr tbt state is concen-
E ti! ,'7"ir*fsvere!:- criticised, not only M
[ majorities in small local
I : ssake toc«l t'oosideratlons oct
**~2 L.t'"-i«l l-<teTe«ts, but «n the broader
SmH fl*t ti 15 rr.irioritles. oftenunses or.'-
votes betiad the i cities, have no
: * 'L^-ta.ticr. at all, £nd no means c? hav
l' I *^r~, veic»« fcrara in fie councils or
;— =^« rc=:eey — post 15 ?er larger <»!s
* jli. e'.sctl"* iron eight to ttaeo <lepu-
I V.- „ j gt^tril platform •xith prcporticn
! *=r t3se sainexitles -when
L^^^^Cf tuficieat Ei2e ts cast votes or
! c e'.ectcrs: experts sent to Belgium
; -aEy cc*r-m?r.d the srEtera there, but
I J^. „ the plcrzl vctir.j ... jcyed by larger
■ ■_„^ rs g^i person? trlth certain ad-
Z-^* iCunTirmm Bttßlmneati A sample
ZiZb-kzt -^ eystan ««^ in Belgium.
tsr££irdi=? ths qutsticr. c; plural • o'-:-g.
--.VI ratt^red Jren: the results at Art
£^^bb •--irteer seats ■re re to be filled.
'"•TH "cathoUc ticket polled S2.S7S yores.
iWiijeal 65.541. and the Socialist 16.721.
rwj/ -v^ system cf majority rule the
prf-Mr* weaJfl ta^e captures the entire
Ljaeei S€at=. Tr.ier ths "P_ F." eret^m
eu* Bf the *-=ta! votes received by a ticket
■nGMfled by -. -• s - •' ' J? -- :. - ar.d Tr.«
eoCKatB d C*ese fltvistoia became, in the
crfV' d sanacrtctJ preeecersce. ths order of
•« "
-»-»■-•£ particulET case it resulted is glv-
W&* test eeat to the fiart: Catholic., the
Zgr~- to £ Z.:beral; third. Catholic;:
ii..v X-'berzl; f-fth. Catholic: sixth, Lib- '
'catholic; eighth. Liberal; ;
,^.v co-ia2:st; ter.th. Catholic: e'e-rerth, :
/w.k.,.1.,- tf r e"th. Liberal, and rteesnth 1
pttfiaaic
la other •wcrcs, the Caihohcs on their j
k-jI vote BbtateeO se\tn seats, the Lib- |
*nis fve ar.ti the Socialists one. rrhich '
■*TTi3 out zlrz^i mathematically accerd- ;
*r? to the proportion cf votes cast.
Pit is :r.ter€Etirs- to rote that in Frajice i
nr - ■ . rnle to politics, but in stock j
,~rsz?z.?-:ss er?.£ corporations the law takes -
? Vji.i»«'j.»- pa*j*s to T"re vi ?T!t an IndlTldaal \
; cr nrn ircTZ ccntroliir.g.
D:Er«lis failure to know this French
fcr T.'£« the c£u?« cf one of th* great hu
**>"**•?-* ct his life, rhen the English
fjrtrr.r;fr.t through his' instrumentality
ficiftifd !2 buyirg n ■-.-■■ of the
titra cf itbc East Car.al. t\']!en the next
r»~- ■• of the stockholders occurred the
t^g'.ah nwtmuieut found that its yotin^
■air was Dmtted and that it was in a.
"j^"V-r. «ad to-flaiy Qmb French Etockhold
fwfctJQioual 1 a r>:inorJr>'. control th© Suer
[Col
! GEL OVERCOMES AHMED MAN
c?!t2?r Bottle, in Good Hands. Better
"3Tc3pQ2 than Gun.
EteiSS a Din crcuchir.g under the
fciTtfru ott&E early yesterday •■■mir-g.
--l3E.l>eia Dolinuky. ot No. m Henry
.triai, rirnr z Eeltzer bottle, striking him
!• Sb bee, and then hit him on t£e head
* ••-■. ttacUer.
Titnza, who proved to b« Max Levine,
ef >.'c. UJ Alien street. Ored a shot, but
tie bbod Breaming down his face had
bEsfleJ Lra and t!» bullet went wild.
Freda IXilinsk.v Jabbed a finger of eiu.-h hand
•*" -^ "Strtt Ens t'C^an to EtretCh it. and
es the naa }-«ilt<s in paiti Bernard l»olinsky
hjjilo zni ffisanm S bim. Th^ fam;)y then
'■tzi~a L^-ir.e until a volicemsn arrived
■^ETstrztt- Cornell ecmpliaaented iliss
• tt'i^-r ta t: «■ Cesex Marker Court by
'•ate? h«r that the -man that got her,
*"'Ji<s be lucky. Lcvnie. ""bo was a sorry
1 :. vrz% held In f 2.rjO f ' ba".
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HOPE TO END CHURCH WAR
France Expects to Make Terms
with Bishops.
i Paris, May £S.— "Wliile scmi-ofncial Vati
"can reports from Rome deny that any ar
ranjrerncnt between the povernment of
i France and the Catholic Church will ever
bo posslblo -without direct" negotiations
with the Pope, then are the best of rea
sons here for believing that a considerable
section of the French episcopate continues
j its endeavors to induce the Vatican to
modify Us hitherto unconciliatory attitude.
M. Briand, the author of the separation
law. and now the Premier of France, has
i always be«»n anxious to restore religious
peace in the country and stop the Catholic
cry of persecution, practically his only con
dition being insistence on the Church's
recognition of the separation as an accom
plished fact. Under his inspiration conces
sions hay» been repeatedly offered, which
would give the Church a leeal status, but
although a minority of the episcopate
secretly sympathized and was ready to sec
ond his efforts, the Vatican Invariably de
clined to give Hi approval. y
Beginning -with the refusal to form "as
sociations cultuelles," which would have
enabled the Church to retain all of its
property, even* subsequent effort at con
ciliation has been repulsed. Nevertheless.
it is certain that the government ft : l!
hopes for a settlement, and has indirectly
advised the ]fcn~h bishops that it Is •lll
ing to treat Vith them, but not with the
Vatican, on the following points: Attri
bution of church property not yet taken
over, legalization of seminaries not pre
scribed by law and recognition of the
Catholic schools, "ecolles libre*/' provid
ing they are 6ubject to the control of in
spectors of the Academy; that is, permit
tins the Academy to interdict, certain books
without beinir able to Impose any on the
schools; alt this, provided th«s bishops ac
cept the separation *aTv and renounce
claims fr«r the future.
The t ov-mment has also tet it be under
stood that the bishops can submit the
terms of the arrangement to Rome for ap
pro* a!, Ball insisting that the agreement
■Hat be between the government and the
French bishops and not between the
French government end the Pope. Car
dinal Cc-JiHes recent visit to Hcrae. de
spite -.eniais, Is believed to be connected
with these so-called negotiations, but all
the reports Indicate that the Vatican, while
somewhat less obdurate and ar.xleus to
reach a settlement which will Improve the
deplorable situation of the Church In
France, refuses absolutely to yield en due
main point— namely, direct negotiations
with Rcms-
TELLS PR GAYHR TO END FAST
Dr. Young Thinks It About Time fcr
"Improving" Process to Halt.
r. r Gustav H. Gayer president of the
Society fcr Applied Psychics, will enter Into
his fourth -tree!: c* an indefinite fasting
iBBf at v -- <: I—a, No. 131 "West €3d street,
to-day. Althoujh advised yesterday by Dr.
TTilliam E. Young, of No. 45 West «th
street, vriio Is ervarji'.r.mg him every day. to
give up the fast, owing to th* loss of too
much weight, Dr. Gayer said that he in
tastis to abstain from food for at 'east
thirty days.
In three weeks Dr. Gayer has lost twenty
teven pounds, bavins weighed 210 pounds
when he began fasting. He is fasting
cnie*y for the tmrpese, he says, of cleans
ing the body, purifying the blood and im
proving the sub-conscious mind. He v.-as
more convinced than ever, he said yester
day, that the experience was doing a!!
these .
"I feel perfect] happy; it does not inter
fere with my resrular routine business, and
If I have each strong faith In the feat, why
should I give it up?" '■.• said.
r>r. Young when seen yesterday said that
Dr. Gayer was growing too thin to suit
him, and he thoughr it about time for his
patient to stop fasting. His last examina
tion of him, he said, showed a pulse of 60
and a temperature of ??.
SULLY MISSION SUOCF-EPS
Cowboys Eeturaing vrith Former Cotton
King Indignant at "Buffalo" Jones.
DsxAel J. Sully, the former cotton king,
who has been abroad several months with
his v ifc, returned yesterday on th r ; Bain
burg-American liner Cincinnati. He said
hi£ visit wafc one of pleasure and business
and that while abroad be had underwritten
110,000,000 bonds of the American Cotton Se
curiti»3 Company, of which he is secretary
and John Hays Hajr.mond president.
Tlio Cincinnati also brought In two tlis
gru!!tle<J cowboys of New Mexico, who had
been roping wild beasts in Africa for a
motion picture company. They are Marshall
L>. I»velac°. known as the "Rustler," a*id
Ambrose Meant-. -Buffalo" Jones, who
headed the part;, arrived here several days
a?o. and when the wrpunctera ':eaT-(j that
he had told of attacking lions with a lariat
they Indignantly declared they bad clone
NE\Y-Y<>RK DAILY TIUBINE MONDAY JUNE * 1910
th« roping, while "Buffalo" had taken the
credit. AJso on the steamer were Major
fend Mrs. J. R. V.yiiiic.
BERGER TO DEFEND SOCIALISM.
It iras announced last evening by the
executive committee of the New York local
of the Socialist party that Victor Berger.
leader of the Milwaukee Socialists, who ib
■till in New York, would make a reply to
the statements in the speech of President
Taft on Saturday, in which he said that
socialism had become a menace, at a meet
ing in Lyric Hall, Sixth avenue, near 41st
street, to-night.
_3R!NT CLOTH MARKET.
i H- Tslegraph to The Tribune.]
Vail River, Mass., June s.— There was
rather quiet trading in the print cloth mar
ket last week, and the total sales are esti
mated at 73,<X0 pieces. The sharp decline
in cotton had the effect of intimidating
manufacturers, and although buyers were
willing in some instances to take on addi- I
tional business, the. mills were slow sellers I
and tho general volume of business was i
restricted. The government's report on :
Thursday, which placed the condition of J
cotton up to May 2:, at S2 per cent, against j
SLI per cent for the same date a year ago, I
did not affect trading in this city.
The drop in cotton early in the week was j
anticipated, in vieu- of the government's'
report, and consequently when the gov- '
ernment's figures were announced they did j
not cause- even the slightest ripple in the
trade. There was a disposition on the part
of some buyers to force prices down, it be
ing used as an argument that inasmuch
as cotton receded, cloth values should shove
a corresponding attitude, but the mills were
firm in asking prices, and the market quo- i
tations were maintained. Mill treasurers '
are doing their best to strengthen the mar
ket and are not disposing of their product
at a loss, which has been the fact in sev
eral instances. "Wide and medium wide j
goods came in fbi -much call, but mills
generally declined the bids which v^re of
fered.
Printers' styles were in demand, but the
prices wers off. and therefore little busi
ness as actually done. Th© market closed
for the week wftb the demand fairly active
ar.d the mills slew sellers. The quotations:
2S-!nch 645«4«:, 4 cents, nominal; 15-inch 64x
€•:•« 2-; cents; 27-inch 6ix6os, 3 l-vi cents;
27-Inch 56x565, S 1-16 cents bid ; tach Six
645, E' T i cents; S9-inch atxZlß, 5*4 cents.
- GUARANTEED STOCKS.
fT\:r^l£':»e by Bdic-ard B. S=r.tth & Co.. Se. 21
Piss street. Xstf Tort.)
BM Asked. | BM.JLsk*£.
Alb & Boa. .2"= 800 M Cos.: H pf. .102 108
1 Alb & Vt.... 70 77 .Mar. £ Law..2So —
{.--Hash & .126 115 Maßbattas .. .132 1?*
Am T&C. TO 76 Massaw Vy...12S 140
;at £ C -•- L.IS 3 "02 ]MH 4: S H..120 12*
f Au« & Sav..lC6 114 MoSils &Ppf 67 77
i A G & M M . 65 75 i M&O atfc : cfs 80 85
1 Be«ch Creak. 94 100 ! Mor C & E*k. 55 65
ES & F F. . 15 . 22 . co pref 160 ISO
i Bott & Alb. .220 226 Morris & Ex.. 176 185
Boit & 1.--- 213 225 do extn . . .. PS 104
! Ece: & Pr0v.290 200 Nash & Dec. 188 1W
iii & 7th A.V.122 ISO Nash & L0w.215 . —
Bklys City.. ls6 166 , New Lou v. ..200 220
! C &B C 0... 144 154 VY & Hc&p.SOO S2S '
; Ca.zxs.ia. E0... 6* 71 KTE&M B pf.103 118
! Cara. Ist pf..112 120 KILCW..IM 125
do 2d rf..-112 120 N V M'_: Tel.loo —
Cay £ 5u5..2!5 227 j Ninth Aye 140 190
C ClilaH'i* 11 !» 130 'North Car ....153 165
Cry«BB«l 60 | North (N H).-135 145
Chat & G . 103 108 North (N J).. S7 S7
C&E I T cfs SO 96 North Per.= -197 SOS
doctfspd.HO 120 Nortfcw Te!...107 118
C & lett c -- 73 95 (Norf &v ' pf.210 220
CS A C r* WO 140 | Old Colony... 1&0 200
ClrtteW & M.130 — ,s "*? 0 * - ••■-;2 220
C!*r & Pitt" 189 173 [Pac &At T.. OB 7S .
do f-\ bet' M 101 Pat & H R...150 200
Col *•"' 201 207 (Pat & Bam... 186 2cX>
Cone & yi'.V.i*') 170 i|«n!g Valley .iS 140
Cons *- if» 170 — ! peo * B Vy..lSo 190 :
A p:p?:i32 142 TBfcLE.. - :
Corn River. -25S 270 p B &]?, S -- •|r 2;
C d7pV"" s PItW4C..« 175 j
CTCrfSJH SO I do special ..162 172
DrttniMM „ P McIC &Y. .123 ISO
r. f^ lßrt-"i^ "01 Pro-, & Were. 26o 270
P.f=|* BY'B V' of Tot R*na&Bara.:«B 200 1
rwh^"««u r.om« & C....140 100 .
Elmira & W.IOO 120 |BJ» & O*. . .IIS Iffl
do pre? ... .142 162 j & U h . . .34- Ijo
TT r ,-- r. vat ~"'3 "4", I tara & fr<h — If© —
?WAVni"l- 140 Sixth Aye.... 105 ISO
L,TsS£sir"22o 2TO ,S^& At Tel. . S7 S7 j
ff^g&Tc;™* 4o 'Si LB 16tp?.120 ISO
v ft ctK 1..1W -J" le, t a. Co B *" —
wss&a 1 ;i°Hx. :: i !i?
ii 1'"-^1 '"-^- ..- lfHt ! Tan Ot St L--125 135
111 & Miss T. 06 7S »«. ■yiiiZLFiul «^O
Ir.terocsan T. &r. ICS ]}.** *£f C "7^
j 8C k l&s. sc sb WK, < 22v-H 178
Jo!iet I Ch..lS3 175 IKS 2 v, Ui 150
KA i Q R 140 9 hh v c?B s^fJ 1
rf*^lo::«6 & ivt , Ma,5...160 170
SAN FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
San Francisco. June s.— The official clos
ing quotations for mining stocks yesterday
vere as follows:
12;JutUcc 13
Alpha' 'Con 05 ! Kentucky Con 0.
Andes W! Mexican 1-""
Bunion' ■; IS .Occidental Con £
Caledonia » \92*2L 'A
Cha!lenE« Oon 19 i Overman . »
Choliar lO.Pwofi "••• -fS
Confldecc* B S«;|a» Belcher. -«
Ccn Imperial . "* Sien-a Nevada ■ 1*
Gould ■, Curry. IT Cnlos COS ■ - »
Hale £ Norcross.. .27|1-tah co!! »*
Julia lO|
NOTICE OF SUMMONS.
SUPREME COURT. NEW YORK COUNTY.— j
Summons. — Rose Simmons. Plalntllt. against
Clara Ii a- Gardner IC. Cranne!!. Ira Cran- ;
n»il "Mary Lara:< -n-idow of Oscar A. Large. |
la't*' Albersy. Kftw York. deceased (th« name-
Mjn-" belnr fictitious, the real name of said |
(•"sfendant being unknown to plalBtlft); John
Doe Richard Roe, and all others. If any there ;
»- h^lrs at law. issue, descendant?, devisees,
r e ,,tr.e» assigneis «nd successors In interest, |
the husband* and Tvlvt« of gueh heirs at law, i
issue descendants, devisees, grantees, assignees
and 'oth'-r ■ue.ccMnra In interest. If any there.
b« of Oscar A. I^arge. deceased. Defendants.
To the above- named defendants: You are :
hereby summoned to answer the complaint In j
tHs action, and to serve a copy of your an- ,
B^ver or the Plaintiffs Attorney within twenty :
day- after the service of this summons, ex
clusive of the day of service : and in casa of
your failure to appear, or answer, judgment
Trill be taken £s*in»t you by default for the
relief demanded in th« complain*.
Trial desired in the County of :.•;■■ York.
Daied November 30th. 1909.
GEO L LEWIS, Plaintiffs Attorney.
OClce and to<Be« Address. 42 Broadway,
Soroush of Manhattan. New York Ci;y.
•j •%. .
To "Clara Kvan, "Mar; ' Large, widow of
Oscar A Largre. lat^ of Albany. New York, de-
CfW(J <* he ntroi "Mary" b'las flctltiou*. the
real I'amt of MM defendant beini? unknown
to nUintlfC*: John Doc, Richard Rot. and all
other* it any there b«. h«i«b at law. Issue, de
«<-<>i)danti devisee*, grantees, assignees and
Mir^«a*ors in Interest, the hn*band« and wives
Vi BU ,-"'i halm at law. Issue, descendants,
i. !«*-ts cranues. a«*lsnees and other sue-
«aort in interest, if any there be. of Oscar A.
L.arte. deceased.
The foregoing eummonu is s«r\ed upon you.
h- oublicatlon. pursuant to an order of Hen.
,;,JV" a ulanchard. a Justice of the Su
«'!%(■ ■ ■„;," of th« State of New T«rk. dated
h^"A7 tn day of April. 1910. and filed with th«>
oorrrlaint In the office of the Clerk of the
! , r,<v of *« York, at the County Court
Hous*; in th« Borough of Manhattan. City or
e^lX^ r i. LEWIS, Attorney for Plaintiff.
i*=-y- 42 Broadway, New York City.
PREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NET/
b V-vrk New York County.— Louis Wolff.
„ „„',.<» *ataln*t Anni* Wolff, Defendant. —
i t2« for abnolute divorce. Trial desired
C-»« York County. To the (.bora named de
» ' Vi.nt- You are hereby eummoned to answe;
[,. wmpUlst in this action and to •«! - a
IT your answer on th« plaintiffs atlor
cop? J.wj n twenty daj» after th« service ef
|jJJ Juirmoi'- 8 - exclusive of ••'■ day of service:
th * !n c**6 of your «*»" re.to. to appear or an
:V 1* iwiKir.tr- will b* taken against you by
Sefautt «<» t!: ' r<»«f <J* ni »nd«d In th« com
pl\;nh^ v.« York. April 22nd, 1810.
X>at«<J. >** x SAMUEL HOFFMAN.
Attbrney for Plaintiff.
..„/• x O Adfir^M. 820 Broadway. Eor-
Offlce iEVManhatian. New Tort City.
r ° .v,« atol* named defendant: The fore
r ..famous Is sen-ed upon jou by publl
«olc« lU *"*,' B , to an order of *»'• Hon.
cation. v u *"" . har d. Justlca of the Supreme
Jamet *■ »- gVau of New York, dated April
Court »M -* ' - [ fc ,i ,it the complaint in the
2Ht. l o #^L* n^ e rk of the County of N«« York
CprJl 22nd -91...
r.«i*d -* '-■ B^MTTSL BOFTMAK
Af'-jrney for Plaintiff.
rt «,^ and P. O. »«re»«. S2O Broadway. New
Yor'te Cltr^__ i-
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A»VERTISEMEj n * rcce!vfe(J ,t, t lU air Uptown
ior Th* -i-i BfO a(!««y. b«t*een £<Siu and
Office. No. ,„« e-clttch P tr.. Advertiaem«nt«
S7t^ •". «'' n fo ij # branch orHce. at re .
received a^ltaa ««il * o'clock p. m- via.: 2*4
tar office r »'** r o; 28« at.; ir>>. «t »v* cor.
tth eve.. •• *>-3t X4th «t.; 257 Wc«t 42d «..
■"^ *1«"w a-e n*«r flif it.. ITOJ
IOCS ad *"•'* ■ cot?. tl: J3T Eait r>sih st.: Tia
Ist a-t.. n^.^j tA ay... aad any Amerlcin
* r#Tr -. O ,r-T*B'«aT«'* c *- -
REAL gftTATg AT AUCTION.
The Vanderbtlt Manaioa. 68th St. aad Sth At«. . i«» mo^i. «d ,«r. «,
Do you realize that the lots on which the above buildings stand were
once sold at auction by A. J. Bleecker & Sons for $675 to $875 each r
To-day they are worth several million dollars-
DON'T YOU SEE THE OPPORTUNITY
oifered you at the auction sale of the
Lewis Gouverneur Morris Estate
N. T. Life Insurance & Trust Co., Trustees, and the Heirs,
At Morris Heights. Bet. 176 th & 179 th Sts,,
ON AQUEDUCT AVENUE. SEDGWICK AVENUE. ANDREWS AVENUE
TP.EMONT AVENUE, CEDAR AVENUE, & MORRLb AVENUE
All legally opened avenues, assessments lor which ha\e been paid.
70% can remain on mortgage at 5% for 3 years.
Titles guaranteed by the Title Guarantee & Trust Co. Free of Cost. For maps and further par ticuiars apply to
BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Auctioneer, 156 Broadway. N. Y.
SOlL— Owing to yesterday's inclement weather many intending purchasers could not examine the
property. As every !ot will be sold without reservation, those who attend the **\* arp <3pt
to have the further opportunity of buvinq at prices that will afford quick profits
REAL ESTATE.
DONT
EXPERIMENT
The average citizen
needs title insurance
only once or twice in a
lifetime and it involves
too much money to risk
trying any experiments.
Fortunately, there is no
need to make a mistake
For 26 years the Title
Guarantee & Tnzst Co
has stood st the head of
the title insurance bnsi
ness. Its experience is
the greatest its guaran
tee is tiie strongest
financially and its rates
as low as any.
TiTLEGUARANTEERTRUSrO
Capital and Surplus, $14,000,000
176 Broadway, Manhattan -,«_.. a . . c ,^
175 Keiasen St. and 196 MontaHae St^ Brooklyn _3|gjiilto a _St..Jam»^ ** **™ *"" '- ie t»
EXCURSIONS.
Summer Travel
••The Best of Everything at the Best Time"
TTT Z~~ Around the World
JUST EnOUgn (East. West and South)
•personally Yellowstone Park
CONDUCTED- A lack 3
TO DO AWAY WITH /^.idbJVd
the cares and Canadian Pacific l\ y
ANNOYANCES IT „-.-,*, 0 V \C
GETTING ABOUT HylirOpC, LtC.
35 Shorter Tours Through New York. tit* England and Canada
Raymond & Whit comb Go.
225 Fifth Avenue, New York j
-Telephone: 6270 M.dison Square. Send for Booklet j
CHARMING EICURSIONSj
West Point, New burgh & Pou^hkeepsie |
Daily (except Sunday) b? Palace HUDSON
RIVER ©At LINE , STEAMERS.
BEE STEAMBOAT COLUMN.
PROPOSA-S.
fKEASUBT rjEPAr.TME?^- office of
the Eupenlairt Archit^t. Washington.
D. C.. June 1 1910.— S*alc(f proposal* will b#
retoi%*d at tUia efhee until J o'clock p. m on
th- 20th ctay of Jane. lf«10. »n<J then •J-nefl
for an tnterlor pneumatic t*H. «"•«•«•*%**?
U fe Custon: House S'Jl*!n*. N««- \ork_
N *:. In accordarc* VttSf>« dr *w "!' /"'J
epeci«caiior.. copies of trhl* "Jlv,"?./ 1 ?-.^
th!. offle-J. or at the office | th« W«f tn£
na«r and Suparint«nfient. Ac . L.
nu"din*;« Room "27. to«Hou-j.B«»di.ut. :
Nei a Vorlc. N. T- at th* CJ-cmJon of th«
Bup*n!sln* ArchU«ct JAiEa KNOX TAT
LOR. 6upf rvl^.ng Architect. ■
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS^
i VICTOR VISIBLE. TO N*»«« S «-S . .■....,
free: all maKte takau part J*J™ 9nt - bS!Si.K.b S!5i.K.
I la Uadervooda, Re=lo«toas. OI!' Baltiia. ,
REAL ESTATr A T AUCTION.
At II A M., at the Exchange Salesroom. 14-16 Vesey St, N. V
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVATION,
flP^ OUi flaY aflP^ £j* 3 JHT jr^^ f^
RE.4X ESTATE
Our Manhattan Bnlldtng. 17G Broadway
EXCURSIONS.
CARPET CLEANING.
* Y. CARPET CLEANING WORKS
Oldest, Largest, Most Modern.
Tel. 4SS2 1603— Bryant. E»tabll«h«d 1837
Fir.3 Rugs Woven from Old Carpets.
Prices Reasonable Sand for Circular.
437 and 439 W. 45th St.
w 11. JORDAN- EDWIN LEXTZ. .
Carpel & Rug Cleansing
Tha C. H. Brov/n So. IWSL* m !
-00 £ 211 K. 37th M. "Ml V
-~rrrTTTr CARPET CLEANING -Clean*
by compr*««ed *1*". «'«ni. hand or on Coor.
1531 Sroadvay. 4LM Ka« iStfc sU COE &
. - - *
DOGS. BIRDS, ETC-
PARKWAY PET STOCK
Does ooard'd In aanttary ca;a>; Eo«tons at
[ atud; all U*aia« «x«41«. «i YTW. lIQUi i:.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
ItEAI, ESTATE.
Trustees:
John Ja«rot> Aator
Prank Bailey
Edward T. Bedford
Cl»arle>a S. Brown
Jnlic-n T. lnviri
Robert W. d*F»rea*
Robert Goelet
Martin Joost
AvcmaTna I). Jnflllard
Clarence H. Kelsey
Woodbnry I.nncdo«
James D. Lynch
Ranald H.Macdoaaid
James H. Manning
Edsrar L. Marston
William J. Malheioa
Charles Ifatlaek
William A. Maaaa
Wllllata H. Jfleliola
Robert OlT~Ph»nt
Charles A. Peabody
William H. Porte*
Frederick Potter
Charles Rlfh»rdi»n
Henry Roth
James Speyer
Sanferd H. Steele
Paul M. Warbnrs
ElHa D. \^'il!laiaa
LoaU WiaUts&ne*
! TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
Brooklyn.
( LOFTS WITH POWER
I COR. CLAS^ON AND WILLOLGHBT
AYES. BROOKLYN.
VgkrSl s a^ E u s p : $£?•££&£&
" NEW BUILDING- . _
SPRINKLED LOW INSURANCE.
! SPRI NEAR SHIPPING TERMINALS
! INS RATE LESS THAN 10c. PER 5100.
I V * splendid location to get help.
MORTGAGE LOANS.
JNVESTOKIS, ATTENTION !
5»4*J Interest on mort?ag» Joans. Principal
; end interest guaranteed. Tltla Insured by
I W>«tchest«r and Bronx TUU and Mort«a«a
' Guaranty Company. I will Invest for you
gums from $300 to 53.000. For particulars.
HENRY Y. IULLET. 103 Park Are.. X. Y. City.
FOR SALE.
' "BIG BARGAINS— Slightly osed oac« furniture.
typ«wrlttn. cash register., addtnc m*
chln«« miin«osraph». mine cabinet*, safe*. **-
driSfn* maehln*. 1 : tune clock., p^tmon.ch^,
protector*. bookeaa'J. NATHAN 5. 4 t* nit* afreet.
PARLOR SUITS. UPHOLSTERED. FIVE
pieces, tapestry. •prints; wher« n«c«isary
«Illc cord and »lmp; fram«« cleaned «nd pal
ls led. 56.05; slip covers, five places, to ord*--.
complete, any «U*. «*9S: In O«rm»n linen:
v»lu» $10: with shrunk binding. Our r*pre
■rntatlv* calls anywhere within 23 mile*.
14TH STREET TPHOI.STBRT CO.. -SS East
' 14th Street. "Phone 2SO« Stuyvesant.
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
for Th« Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No- 13*1 Broadway, between. 3ttth and
STth »ts.. until » o'clock p. m. AflTertlaeraents
received at th« followln* branch offices at reg
ular office ratea until 8 o'clock p. m . viz.: UW
Sth aye.. a. •• cor. 233 St.; 133 CUx »t« . cor.
L~th at. 104 Eaat 14th at.; 237 ■«•«« tZd »'...
between Tth and St& av«i : 283 Wart I2sta «t.:
1024 3d •▼• : 1C36 54 tvt. near Slat at.; 1703
Ist »ye.. near suth •♦-. : 157 Eaat l=3th at.; 736
Trernont ar*.; «50 M **•-. and ■*▼ Anerleaa
Dlitr!-t Ttlciraph or.cc.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
T^d WEST S2D ST. — Ererjr room bath, steam
"heat, hot water par;rs«t floors: excslieat table;
sartor* apartment.
REMEDIES
" UIOI.D POI^O.V. NERVOUS DRBItITY.
n MiliCK COMM.AI?fT9 and kindr«<J dia
li««» • r»n»I at one* in £a.ar»ton» casas. r*c«st
* Aid th««* i'»»lrlss only <»T»t claaj scientific
fJJtrraat isould call. Dr. BONSCHL'R. tb» wall
?E4L ESTATE AT AUCTTOW
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET
\fw JERSEY.
I BU^t LL s ow $95 I
In th« Orange Hill*.
06 minutes from >?«•<»
York: fare. II cant*.
lO.OCO s^uar* feet o*
land, •not^i -to r3r 3 * 3 "
•7 ou r own cbick«=».
«tables and enj^-'
country life; boating,
batlilas -«=* " Cs.y=?;
This 4-rooia Bnasilaw. near *za.tlen: SU> &3W ?j.
e^sn So rnoztlilr: tree, IC(J
— i ruJt trs«s to each acr?.
Call, writ- or t»!-phons 6371 Barclay. _ _
I* NICHOLS. ?SS Broadway, opp. City Halt,
WE>T(HEsT-R COCXTT.
11 BRIGHTWATERS "
BAYSUOKE. 1 1.
Euiigalotrs. Cottages and ""
B-otldins Plots. .-
■ ... for IHustrated Booklet -Rr> 15,
T. S. ABKiIRSON CO
f New Yorlc Ofgeea: No. 1 Wast 34th St
PHILIPSE MAN' ON THE HL*DSON. *
One mile unobstructed river frontage: SO mod
ern residence- " near completion. Addraaa
PHILIPSE MANOR CO..
Philips-? Manor, New York. _____ ,
BEArTIFUL SHADED LOT. ?Sjcl2<>. ON
main avenue. $MO. 8 riCfll at SMITH.
7ft Grova St.. Elm^iir»t. L. f. ' - - _^
BOROIGH OF QCEENSw
BRICK AND STONE DWELLING. AXI. V&
proTen:*nrs: IS rooms. 2 bathrooms: :ar»*
'.awn- Washier^ and Lawrence «*» Flnahtej.
L. I. : 185.000; or will rent. ELLIOTT * BUSH.
12u Bmadway. Saw Yorit. «w local ageaf.
MAGNIFICENT PLACE* FOR GARAGE A""
Elliott Manor, on the main road to a!! tn«
North Sh^re. St.s<>>. Writ" at once- to SCV '-
NER M. SMITH. TO Grotg St.. Eirahurst. t> I.
tOt>TK
AT NEWPORT, R. I.
Ba-galn to let for the seoaoc.
{1.200. 20 Room*
TUla furnished ; bT! modern Improvement;:
large stable- squash court: B«!1*v«a ay«.. i- 1
jolninr Baixnont Estate, near Bal>>s Be»f^i-
Immediate possession.
HARRIS & VAUGHN.
141* Broadway Telephone Tl Bryant.
COTTAGE FOR RENT OR SALE.
Twilight Park. Catskllls. Eight uniqtwfT
corafortablr fursur.* •■ rooms. MasnlScer-r
scenery. Address OPEN DOOR. 23 tar «8"1
St. New Tork. N. T. *
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS.
Fort Tryon.
>'. E. Corner St. Nicholas At*.
and \V«"t 130tb street.
Klerant Apartments close to lSl«t
>nnway Station. In Caen part of Wa^hinzt.ct
Ilplffbtf latent tmproretuents, mail chat*,
telephone, etc. Indncetnentj. ..,-««.
5 room* ana bath *?HII!!
6 room- and **^*h .iTlu
7 mm and batb Z95.90
Superintendent »i premises 1 , or
J. ROMAIC BROWN * CO.
53 U>j»t 33rd Str«*t.
THE BELNORD
rVjt, Aas*t«rilaro A*».. an«l Mtfe to Sttli St.
W. H. DOLSOX A CO.. A«em«,
527 Coiurabus Ate. _
11* YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HIGH CLAS3
apartment. >
Broa«l<«a.T and sOth M. . or
Broadway sad tMth at
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
■ " "49TH STRBET. lii WEST.
Baa^itlfu: furn^lsed room: rraslnj water: IT
per wa*k with a prtvata bath. \\l.
Hotel Bristol.
H ,-j T x ST *4. Brooklyn. — T-mo ntc*. el—
rooms suitable for man and •«•■ or two
youcs m*^. with cr without board: n.ar aur>
way. — —
LARGE STNJfT COnN'KR KOOM. rtffi»!=C
cr-Vi** famDy b«autl?ul . locscio=-
Wcit lolst «t. Tel.phon* 60C<V-R*rf »td».
LaKGE furnlshe-l room for two: price. 510 •
w««* Call or ad,lr«s» OWNER *"* a
are.. Der.tor.hurst-
MACHINERY. DIES AND MODELS.
>b«> SALE-Ntw t«nonins: tad ■"■'■"■■. out
fit lies copin«. Les» Ui*n b*l* ®^ lil2 *^ y
«j«tT i>ra*t«ai capacity and «acl«a*y. M»c^s»
It— 4* It. „....
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for Th* Tribune r*celv«d at th«ir Uptown
j Ofice. So. 1364 Broalway. b«r»««n 3«tb «eel
3Tth at*., until » o'clock p. «»- Adv«rtl»ini«t?«
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■JM offlca rataa until 3 clock p. sa . *i%. . 2*4
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12th at : t<* Eaat nta »t.:\237 West «M •?..
b«tw««n and »l* *▼••.; 252 TCaae 12K* at.
1033 aye : 162* 3<S aye . near Btst B t-. t«o*
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