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m AND RELIGIOUS NEW
ange'istic Committee and Other Plans for the Work of the
Summer.
;W.V-' „-„ O j, to-morrow undar the au
"■' ''. ih : Evangelistic Committee of
'"*&**% citrine the Italian tent, at
*t* yors^ and vsolford Park, Fordhsm.
*9 Et^sal «fff-rts will I* made during
BgSgSs«s! *>«■ including ;
" ■" ' m» organized system of games and
ii < M*oM * 0U Vi ctiier the Westchester tent, at
•"2J#»r avenu« and Ferris Place
fftftc- o *;* the Evangelistic Committee
*"* *\ W ith the Westchester Methodist
eS *'r caßX cX the Throws Neck Pres-
V^Tchcrch and the Unionport Presby-
V^Mirch. holding services in English
»ri«a.*f except Thursday, when an
£L service trffl i--e ■«*«.
l*^ 3 -action with the young peoples
13 talons and the brotherhoods, open
**^Hn*rs <rfO be held on Sunday even
* =*«*»£ TWrtrJOfth Street Methodist
- **!Ll Church, at Tenth avenue and
: ?P*£>. the Jane Street Methodist Epis
'-?--f ■■^rurc- No. 11 to 19 Jane street
r service): at No. 244 Spring: street
J .W e r~l,tf b , street and First avenue (Ital-
ia Monday evenings in McKinley
**' ,T The Bronx, and on Thursday even
***Z Washington Square. Other loca
•'•* m ggoa he announced. In all the
** there are children's meetings at 70S
10 L followed by adult services at 8
sl^. E^ecial work for Big Boys -will
JfSertaken again this summer. The
« % Daughters circles have begun defl
■ , wcrk to be carried on in all tents.
■SJcitalion of tracts will attend the ser
' -« irhtrever held.
"fLt thoroughly equipped with workers
o-*nei last Thursday evening at C6th
**Lt end First avenue, preceded by a
"a Jed lv a band through the streets
S^»e*tiborfcood. Services here will be
?iata rig^ eh on Monday. Tuesday and
Xltiay evenings. In German on Wednes
t «*aaa la Bohemian on Fridays. Five
-S*« have unit. In the support of
' teat Mid the pastors will do the
'^ZuiisS At the opening meeting the.
; Ji£r was the Rev. Dr. Arthur J. Smith,
S-tenfleot of the Evangelistic Com
2|i 0 J New Tork City, who has Just
■^'jr'om a brief trip to Canada, in
ivTcourse of which he preached in To-
Z« o and met the pastors end laymen of
SSStoa. Ont.. to arrange for a Eimul
mmr - mission next November.
©ririan volunteer workers of New York
-- t&Siss this year to the number of
-gamer conferences fully as many as were
4"^e Sdi up *" this year. The most am-
Kia-sne^ venture is that at Stony Brook.
j^jug Island, with the Rev. Dr. John F.
testa, cf Brooklyn, at its head. An ex-
Mriaest tried last year was so successful
tax sway sew buildings, much longer pro
pjsices an-: more ambitious plans are
•a is i^ s yea r -
A wholly new punimer meeting comes
M eastecce this year at Richfield
««st3p. "Without diminution of its scope
insert tor everybody, a new Christian
j^oticr Society there adds this year a
rlj^juy ■cbop? -.mner school and a ■world
•J^gfm« conference. The IntemaUcnal
jaeciauon. the New York State Associa-
Ujßtafl -;e c ' r% " York Commission are
i3:ene3 in tl.e summer school, and to at-
I cJ tte siissions conference will be speak
les direct from the world conference now
111 1 session in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is
jnssble that former Vice-President Fair- j
isaiETriii attend and fi-tak of world mis- ,
Isbbt work as seen by him. The Rev.
I > John R. Hardin?, president of the
' rr-^g committee of the diocese Of Cen
ia; Tork, has Just accepted the posi
sEof department secretary for one of the
jnjea isission brairds, and it is likely he
sate use of the new Richfield Springs j
csSt ia furthirance of his work. •
-Prafessor Rhinelati^er is at the head of a
I jtr committee having charge of a confer
ee* on Church vrork that meets next
sslh at Cambridse. Others on the same
O22±iee -are ..Burton Mansfield. George
I timm Pepper and Thomas Kelson Page.
Tis Eonan Catholic summer school at
CSHavea, on Lake Champlain, is to have
Jrthf Srst lime a Papal legate to visit it.
I Tacemo Cardinal Vannutelli is coming
c?rtD attend the Eucharistic Congress at
lisreal in September, and probably to
to pin. in the consecration of St. Pat
| Cathedral in this city. He has prom
isi to tome in rime to attend the Cliff
bac school. It i^ likely that there will
e?f at the same time Cardinal Logue, of
iCal snd the Duke of Norfolk, the Gar
tt Eins-at-Anns <">f England.
85SEAL ITEMS OF THE WEEK.
ii Ifce Earlem Presbyterian Church to
snow the Rev. Dr. John Lyon Caughey
t3 preach his fifth anniversary sermon.
Ml Hi!l will te the preacher at all ser
"■» it the Church of the Holy Com
•St P>\ Thomas E. Slicer -will" preach
2 AH Souls' Unitarian Church to-mor
"* « "TVhat Is the Meaning of Prayer
Jbfcr
R Koogkton win be the preacher at the
*"tii of the Transfiguration to-morrow
- -
* tbt Collegiate Church, in West End
"°'J«. Dr. Cobb will preach to-morrov.
- • . ..
J-it congregation Pincus Elijah, which
'Sfasired t*o years ago, and has held
a «mices since then at No. 146 West jtfith
2?*- has purchased property in West
**" tSfett, ut^ir Amj-tcrflam avenue, where
' *• enagogae will be built. The con
"; ** ° a fe corripcs*-.i of ultra-orthodox
***• and iacJudes a number of men of
2^*-' in that part of the city. The
■•tone of the new structure will be
fc a lew days, •si-ith appropriate cere
jj**- mad it is hoped that the building
_^**oap}ete<l in time for occupancy
?"* tiie beginning of the Jewish New
• *hich wiji occur this year on Oc
£J& Twenty-third Street Young Men's
..JJ*-- 0 ' Association the Rev. J. M. Rob-
SjfcjL**** an ad Vcss on '•Lukewarm
faTT***" to-ir.crrow sf ternoon . at 5
'** <» the roof
5^ . ;
•^? UCi ' i &i-Ur. Ciirrp of the Spanish
|^"* erail£ has acctpt(-d D . Reisner's
: C^ aTtend the Roosevelt service
*'*Btt Slctt&di:::t Episcopal Church at
*■ T^T S^aday evening senice to-mor
* p o<k! *' iSlor iJI answer the question
•352 a Ctir:slianr ' ii- will piv«
5%Jmj C 3s3 s £r:1 '^JinKS to answer the
*^r A iarR * „ ....i^,, 13 i. y 13 Inches.
3 kca of U>e c-x -President in Paris.
it tz \° tv <ry oue who attends.
sjjg^'" . have also b*fen Invited
cifcT}* 11 * In the mordns Dr. R*ii
c; *T!^ Vtl . r t0 answer the interroga
tij,^" 6 Is Godr* X. xt Sunday even
3^ * t *? U;a a «il te u*ed to show the
ir, j*** </bera»rim>re:au Passion
-will Ji " terier saw in iyjO. <:race
Ssl& . t- !f K€st Open v! S ortm? J. v all
•H, '..y 0 "" ""pp:ies having been se
%i«*V ;ia 3" «i«ht the "Gift of
K£fl~ " c Xt:W Testament V.'ill Be
as .^ti^r^.t irom the 80-called
. '^vemeal.
lM rf.. * f ?* rk6 A Richmond, i ' —
a Cr ' :iege> viii preach at the
*• Ti rt6a ChuTch to-morrow at 11
*M»7 ■ r « t£tor . the Rev. r>r. A. H.
ia *s4tHi«/ Or Xa » l€S . a** V-» ■•■
I^Sv «■ RusS€iJ ' c* tao Brookl>»n
' ' 5j J a-iirejss the IcteraaUonal
S NOTES
Bible Students' Association Convention in
Louisville to-morrow. In Mi absence from
Brooklyn two associate ministers of the
JVople"s Pulpit Association will address the
Brooklyn Tabernacle congregation in the
afternoon and evevning. J. G. Kuchn will
speak at 3 o'clock on "Prayer." The even
in? sermon at 7:30 o'clock will be by C A.
Wise. The topic will be "The Inspection
of the Kirk's Guests."
Services of unusual interest will be held
at the Metropolitan Temple to-morrow. The
rastor. Dr. John Wesley Hill, will occupy
the pulpit morning and evening. 11 a. m.,
"The Scarlet Letter"; S p. m., "The Real
Roosevelt, a Character Study."
The Rev. Dr. J. WMbur Chapman will be
assisted in the opening services in Tent
Evangel, in West 124 th street, near Morn
ingside avenue, on June 26 at 4 and 8 p. m.
by Albany Smith, son of Gypsy Smith, and
Jessie Van Camp, soloists. Tents Evangel
Nos. 1 and 2 are now up.
The subject of the lesson sermon in the
Christian Science churches to-morrow will
be: "Is the Universe, • Including Man,
Evolved by Atomic Force?"
At the West Twenty-third Street Presby
terian Church, In the absence of the pastor,
tne Rev. Dr. Mendenhall, as a delegate to
the World's Missionary Conference in Ed
inburgh, the Rev. Dr. Stanley White, sec
retary of the Board of Foreign Missions,
will preach to-morrow morning and even
ing. Dr. White is one of the young men
of this church, grew up in its Sunday
school when his father, the Rev. Dr.
Erskine X. White, was pastor, and many
of his friends will be glad of this oppor
tunity to hear him in the oid church.
The themes on which Dr. Mac Arthur will
discourse to-morrow at 11 and 8 o'clock at
Calvary Baptist Church are "God's
Thought in Regard to Man" and "The
Crusades and Christianity," the latter be
ing the second of companion sermons on
Christian Chivalry.
At the Church of the Puritans the Rev.
Dr. Charles J. Toung will preach to-mor
rmv morning on "The Hidden Grief and Its
Lessons." The evening services of the
church and the Young People's Puritan
League have been discontinued until Sep
tember. Union services of six congrega
tions will be held in this church during
July.
At Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church
the Rev. Dr. Charles I* Goodell will preach
at loth services to-morrow. The subject
for the evening discourse will be "The
Spiritual Man the Crowning of Character."
At the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian
Church the Rev. Dr. Walter Duncan Bu
chanan will officiate to-morrow at 11 a. m.
■ad S p. m. At the morning worship Dr.
Buchanan's theme will he "Justification by
Fail! 1 .." and in the evening "Peace."
Pr. Keigwin, the pastor of the West End
Presbyterian Church, will preach to-mor
row rr.orning and evening. At 11 a. m. his
subject will be "The strenuous Life." At 8
I . in. he will preach on "The Square Deal."
Dr. Keigwin does not preach again until
tan.
"The Clothing of the Soul" will be the
mtijnrt of Dr. George P. Eckman's short
address in connection with the Vesper ser
vice to-morrow evening in St. Paul's Meth
odist Episcopal Church. The morning topic
will be "The Fight of the Faith."
At St Andrew's Methodist Episcopal
Church the Rev. Dr. George Clarke Peck
will preach at 11 a. m. Evening services
have been discontinued until September.
At thf Scotch Presbyterian Church the
Rev. Dr. David C. Wylie will conduct the
H rvieew and preach at 11 a. m. At Bp. m.
the Presbytery of New York will meet for
the purpose of ordaining Boyd McCleary, a
graduate of Williams College and of
rriru/cton Theological Seminary, as Dr.
Wylie's assistant.
Twice-Born Men— A Clinic of Harold
s Book. "The Process of Regenerat
Log a Great City.' " will be Dr. S. Edward
\<.i;ng's morning subject at the Bedford
Presbyterian Church.
The Church of the Messiah (Unitarian).
I\.rk avenue and 34th street, will hold its
dosing; service of the present season to
wonow m<-rning at 11 o'clock, when the
Rev. John Haynes Holmes will preach on
"Man's Abuse of Nature." During the
summer this church wiil join with the other
Unitarian churches of New York in hold
ing union services at the Church of All
Souls. Dr. Robert Collyer, pastor emeritus,
left bere this week for his summer home
at East Gloucester, Mass. Mr. Holmes
toes to Maine the first of next week, where
he will .remain until September. The
Church or" the Messiah will resume its reg
ular services en September 25.
At the annual meeting on June 14 the
Disciples' Missionary Union of Greater New
York elected the following officers for the
coming year: President, A. S. Vance.
Brooklyn; vice-president. Dr. W. Bayard
Craig. Manhattan; secretary, C. B. Drake,
Brooklyn; treasurer, L. Preston Gates,
Manhattan, and trustees, W. H. Olmsted,
L. Preston Gates and H. E. Davisson.
At the Lenox Avenue Christian Church
Dr. W. Bayard Craig will speak to-morrow
morning on "Ye Cannot Fail." In. the
evening the subject will be "Stand Fast in
the Faith." This will be Dr. Craig's last
.service before going to Colorado lor a va
cation. During the summer months the
evening service will be omitted. The Rev.
V. C. Bower will preach at the morning
cervices.
Dr. Bon«Il will preach at l»oth services
in the Marble Collegiate Church. In the
morning he will preach on "The Men That
Went Back" and at night his subject will
be "The Life Beyond." This is Dr. Bur
r«-lls last Sunday until October. During
his absence the Rev. Dr. John S. Allen will
be in charge, except in August, when the
Rev. Dr. Daniel Hoffman Martin, pastor of
the First Presbyterian Church of Glens
r&lli, N. V.. will preach. The lecture room
will be used for the regular services dur
tns the redecoration of the church.
At the Plymouth Church the Rev. Newell
Dwif-'ht Hillis will preach In the morning
on "Five Characteristics of the Truly
Great." There will be no evening service.
At the Bitcfc '"hurch to-morrow Dr. Al
bert Parker Fitch, president of Andover
Theological Seminary, will preach at 11
o'clock and at vesper"service at 4 o'clock.
At the Church of the Ascension, the Rev.
Dr. Percy Stickney Grant, rector, the ser
vices to-morrow will be as follows: Morn
ing service, 11 o'clock, with preaching by
the rector. At S p. m. Alexander Irvine will
speak and at 9 p. m. there will bo an
after meeting.
At the Fourth Presbyterian Church in
the absence of t'ue pastor. Dr. Edgar Whit
aker "Work, who Is lecturing: at the Mount
Jlermon School, in Massachusetts, the
preacher to-morrow, both at 11 a. m. and
3 B. m.. will be the Rev. P. El wood Erick
son, the pastor's assistant.
At the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian
Church the Rev. Dr. Cieland B. McAfeo
pr'eaclK-s on "The Expectation of the
Kingdom.".- '_?..,•"•..
At the /Church of the Incarnation, the
NEW-YORK DTTEY TRIBTjinE, SATURDAY, JVXE 18, IHTO.
Rev. Dr. "W. -L Grosvenor, rector, the ser
vices to-morrow will be early communion
?.t S n rr*-., morning' service and sermon
by the r^tor at 11 o'clock and evening
prayer at 4 o'clock.
The subject of Dr. Cartpr's sermon Sun
flay morning at the Madison Avenue Re
formed Church is "The Search for God."
There will be no evening service, but the
afternoon service continues as usual at. the
Bethany Memorial Chapel.
In ihe Old First Church the Rev. Arthur
T. Pierson will preach at the morning ser
vice to-morrow on "Paul's Revelation of
the Mystery of the Gospel." At the even
ing sen-Ice the Rev. James A. McCague
will preach on the topic, "Little Bins."
At the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
the Rev. Dr. John Alison, pastor of the
Point Breeze Presbyterian Church, Pltts
rnirp, will preach to-morrotr.
RELiGIOUS NOTICES.
THE MIDDLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH,
2d Aye. and 7th St.
Rev. JOHN G. FAGG, D. D., Minister.
Rev. JOSEPH R. SIZOO
will preach at 11 A. M. and S P. M.
THE MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH,
sth Aye. and 20th St.
Rev. DAVID JAS. BURRELL. D. D.. Minister,
will preach at 11 A. M. and S P. M.
Morning: "The Man Who Went Back."
Evening: "The Life Beyond."
THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF ST.
NICHOLAS.
sth Aye. and 4^th St.
R"v. MALCOLM JAMES McLEOD. Minister.
Rev. W. H. WRAY BOYLE. D. P., of Lake
Forest, 111., will preach at 11 a. m. and Bp. m.
THE WEST END COLLEGIATE CHURCH,
West End Aye. and 77th St.
Rev. HENRY EVERTSON CORE. D. P.. Minis
ter. v.-jll preach at 11 a. m. No afternr>on service.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S CHORDS)
Madison aye.. corner 44th st.
The Rev. LEIGHTON PARKS, D. D.. Rector.
9:30 a. m. — Holy Communion.
11 a. — Preacher Rev. R. S. W. WOOD.
4 p. m. — Preacher. Rev. SYDNEY N. USSHER.
Special Musical Service, Mendelssohn's "St.
Paul."
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
FIFTH AVENUE AND FIFTY-FIFTH ST.
Services at 11 a m. and 4 p. m.
REV. JOHN AUSO&, D. D.,
of Pittsburg. will preach.
STRANGERS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.
PRESBYTERIAN. *
MADISON SQUARE CHURCH
Madison aye and 24th st.
Rev. C. H. PARKHURST, D. D.. Pastor.
Rev. G. R. MONTGOMERY, Ph. D.
Assistant Minister.
Service 11 a. m. Mr. MONTGOMERY will preach.
MADISON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
MADISON AVENUE, COR. 31ST STREET.
CHAKLKS A. EATON. D. D., Pastor.
Sermons by Dr. Charles L. Wliite.
11 a. m. — "Barlier and I^ater Workmen."
8 p. m. — "Unfinished Beginnings."
STRANGERS CORDIALLY INVITED.
Xorth Presbyterian Church,
155 th St.. between Broadway & Amsterdam Aye.
Rev. John R. Mackay. Ph. D., Pastor.
11 a. m. — "God of the Hilis and Not of the Val
leys."
X p. m. — Gospel Service.
UNIVERSITY PLATE PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, cor. of 10th st. (one block west from
B-oadway). Public worship to-morrow at 11
a. in. and Bp. m. At the morning service Rev.
KENRY MACCRACKEN, D. D., Chancellor of
The University of New York, will preach. At
tht: evening service Rev. J. W. MILLER -will
preach. Wednesday evening service at S yclock.
MADISON AVENUE METHODIST EPISCO
PAL o&trftcH,
Corner 60th Street.
Rev. WALLACE MACMtLLEN. D. D., Pasto*.
11 a. m. — Preaching by the Pastor.
NO EVENING SERVICE.
BRSCK CHURCH
Fifth aye. and Thirty-seventh Pt.
Dr. ALBERT PARKER FITCH, President of
Andover Seminary, ■will preach at 11, and at
V«sper Dai nice at 4.
Preparatory Pervi."-?. Wednesday, 8 p. m.
(HrKTH OF THE MESSIAH,
a*N!TARIAN), I'ark aye. and 34th st.
MlnUters- 5 Rev - J°HX HAYNES HOLMES.
~ I Rev. ROBERT COLLYER, Lit. D.
11 A. ML — Morning service.
Rev. JOHN HAYNES HOLMES -will preach.
Subject: — MAN'S ABUSE OF NATURE.
Church reopens i^eptemher 25.
Broadway Tabernacle.
Broadway nnd s(sth Street.
Rev. CHARLES E. JEFFERSON, D. D., Pastor.
Rev. WM. A. KIRKW'OOD preaches 1 a. m. 8
p. m.
Wednesday, S p. m.. Prayer Meeting.
SECOND AY. BAPTIST CHURCH, f^k
Rev. ROBT. F. X. PIERCE. D. D.. Pastor.
11 a. m.. Bp. m. 4 o'f-iock. Ordination of Paul
Buffa. Italian pastor, and Michael Fabian, Hun
garian pastor.
Evening Picture sermon, "Home, Sweat Home."
Calvary M. E. Church,
120 th Street and Seventh Avenue.
Rer. CHARLES L. GOODELL, D. D.. Pastor.
11 a. m. — Sermon hy th* Pastor.
i> p. m. — 'The Spiritual Man— The Crowning
nf Character." 1 —
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
West 57th St.. bet. Broadway and 7th aye.
R^v. WILTON MERLE-SMITH. D. D.. Pastor.
Rfv. G. 11. SMYTH. Jr., Assistant.
Rev. FREDERICK f'AMPBELL. D. D., preaches
11 a. m. (No evening service.) Devotional meet
ing Wednesday «•■» iit 8. All welcome.
MADISON AVENUE REFORMED CHURCH,
57ih st. and Madison aye.
REV. WSf. CARTER. O. D.. PASTOR.
11 A. M. DR. CARTER PREACHES.
Text: Job 23:3.
No evening service.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.
GRACE METHODIST EPISCOPAL, a Home
like Church West l<'4tb st.. liouven Columbus
and Amsterdam. CHRISTIAN F. REISNER. D.
D. — Homey morning worship. 11 a. m.. "Where
If God?*" Happy Sunday evening:, 8 o'clock, "Is
Roosevelt a Christian"" A recent portrait of
Theodore Roos-velt given to every one attending.
Fourth Presbyterian Church,
We*t End aye. and 01st st.
EDGAR WHITAKER WORK, D. D., Pastor.
P. ELWOOD ERICKSON, Assistant.
Mr. ERICKSON preaches 11 a. m.. 8 p. m.
St. Paul's Methodist Church,
TT*st End Avenu» and S6th Street.
Rev. GEORGE P. ECKMAN. D. D-. Pastor.
11 a m— "THE FIGHT OF THE FAITH."
S p m.-"THB CLOTHING OF THE SOUL."
OLD FIRST CHURCH
Mh a-e.. 11th to l2ih Bts.
HOWARD DtTFFIBLD. D. D., Pastor.
11 a. m.— Rev. ARTHUR T. PIERSON. D. D.
8 p. m.-Rev. JAME.S A. iTCAGUE.
CHI'KC'H OF THE ASCENSION,
Filth Avenue and Tenth Street.
Rev. Dr. PERCY STICKXEV GRANT. Rectnr.
11 a. m. — Morning service and sormrm CRector).
S p. m.— Mr. ALEXANDER IRVINE.
9 p. m. — After-Mee_ting :
CHURCH OF ZION AND ST. TIMOTHY.
334 West 57th st.
Rector. Rev. HENRY LUBECK. D. C. L.
Holy Communion S a. m,
ilornlcc Prayer: Preacher, the Rector... ll a. m.
Kvonsonp: Prr-acher, Rev. Dr. Rushton. .8 p. m.
M VIJISON \\K. '""PKESBYTEHIAX CHCRCH,
Northeast corner of T.ird Street.
P.ev. HENRY BLOANE COFFIN, D. D.. Pastor.
Public i\or?hlp at 10:3<i a. m.
Rev. J. JRFTRKY JOHN STONE, Ph. D.,
F. R. <'•■ S.. Of London, will preach.
RCTC.ERS PRKSBVTFRIAN CHIKCII,
Broadway and 73d st.
Preachine at 11 a .an. by the
REV CHARLES GORMAN KJCHAKDS.
of Stt-rllne, 111.
Subject: ••Commanding the "Heart."
FOURTH AYE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Rev. WALTER DUNCAN BUCHANAN. D. D..
Minister preaches to-morrow In the assembly
roosn of the United Charities Building, 103 East
22d St.. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. "Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday. 8 p. m.
SAINT ANDREW'S CHURCH,
76th St.. wf-8t of Columbus av<».
GEORGE CLARKE PECK. D. D.. Minister.
11 a. m. — Sermon by the Minister. No Evening
Service.
The Church «f the Divine Paternity.
Central Park West and 76th Street.
Sermon by the Pastor. FRANK OLIVER HALL.
D p.. at 11 a. m. Subjert:
"LUXURIOUS LIVING "
west I'KKSBVTKKIAN church.
on ii n <i st.. between sth and fith ayes.
Rev ANTHONY H. EVANS. D. D.. Pastor.
Rev CHARLES. A RICHMOND, D. D.. I'r^sl
ripnt of Union College, will preach at 11 a. m.
\\i<T I M> I'KESBYTEIHAJf CHURCH.
AMSTERDAM AVENUE AND 105 TH STREET.
i-ev A EDWIN KKIOWIN. D. D.. the Pastor,
vre£clUs*at 11 a. m., "THE STRENUOUS LIFE. 1 '
AtTp m . "TUB SQ DABBDE A
MEMORIAL. BAPTIST. Washington Square.—
EnWABDJubeON. l'astor.~Rev. ROBERT O.
nnvir LX 11 "Present Day Need of Vital Re-
HaMon'' and itev. HOWARD B. SIMMONS. 8.
'Christ, Stepping Etone or Stumbling Block."
rm-RfH OF THE MESSIAH (Unitarian),
Park avenue and 34th street.-Rev. JOHN'
tiavves HOLMES will preach to-morrow at 11
o'clock. His subject will be "Man- 8 Abuse of
Katun?." ___
~^T>ALVfIRyWS7 Dr. MACARTHITR. 11,
&..<*. -»•«, Thought of Man"; 8. "The
k~r- ' ,■'..- and Christianity." Calvary
%L& Grand Choir : __Bmvma>T, Pond,
AT M^"* ;_ A street. Services at Eleven.
Corner 121 s t. S"J«jj.p Tm iTH."
n v Merle St"croi* Wright. D. P.. Minister.
REST.,
C ".thave., above 45th »U
nev HBRHEBT SHIPMAN. Rector.
Senices. S «"<* n a. m., 4 p. m.
CHIWH™ rill . » HOUGHTON, lE. 20
CHUB 'irS»rP rUKKE HOUGHTON. Rector.
DR. GEORGE '-^ o'clock. Crulkshank's Mi..
£^'B^mon.' 10.S0. oral Ev«>ob & 4 o'clock.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION. Madison.
aye and 35th st-, Rev! W. M. GROSVENOR
D. D., Rector— a. m.. Holy Communion: 11
a. m.. Morning Service and Sermon (Rector); 4
P. m., Evensong Prayer. '■'■■^-'- _
Pt^v^^^ ta Kan«l^^^J"K an «l^^^J"
preach on the meaning of * ] ? . A \. FOR Mb.
Services 11 A. M. All cordially Invited. _____
SERVICES CHRIST'S MISSION. 331 West
57th *.— Afternoon. 2:30, Rev. Dr. JOSEPH.
SANDERSON preaches. Subject: Rome 3 Per
version of Biblical Doctrine."
TWO of the QUALITY ADVERTISEMENTS
i/4 TO-VAyS
_ HELP WANTED.
Male.
SALESMEN. — Call at once; steady light on
ployment; pays $3 50 every day. Offices
World's Specialty Co., 33 Park Place, Room 52.
Female.
GEH_.RA_ HOUSEWORK. — For mother and
two adult sons, in Roftlyn, Long Island;
good wages, good home. Address, Mrs. Very,
Highland ;ivr., Koslyn, 1.. I.
I . _
READ THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK-^a
HELP WANTED.
Male.
A BOY (country); take charge of agents secur
ing subscriptions to magazine; must be a
hustler and reliable. Criterion, 461 Tribune
Office.
AGKNTS to handle our teas and coffees; experi
ence not necessary; build up a business of your
o-nn. Call or write. Burns & Reed. 209 Hudson
St.. New York. ______
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER, male; Gentile;
good penman; $11. National Employment Ex
cl:ange, 47 West 42d es^
BOOKKEEPERS, competent double entry, gen
eral office mangers, wanted at once; salaries
ranging from $12~530. Universal Exchange, 1
West 34th st.
BOOKKEEPER, male: export experience; $50
month. National Employment Exchange, 47
West 42d st.
BOOKKEEPER, male, familiar with printing
business; $20. National Employment Ex
change, 47 West 42d et.
CLERK, male, typist, speaking Portuguese; $15.
National Employment Exchange, 47 West 42d.
CLERK— Spanish; knowledge of bills of lading
and consular invoices; $70. National Employ
ment Exchange, 47 West 42d Pt^
COLLEGE MEN— Earn $300 this summer can
vassing on salary and commission basis. Ad
dress C. Box 39. Tribune Office.
ELECTRICAL SALESMAN to solicit all kind 3
of electrical work; liberal pay. Call. S. W.
Electric Co.. 12t>5 Broadway, Room 711.
EXPERIENCED automobiles salesmen to sell
Hupmobile, Everitt "30" and Koehler "40"
cars. A. Carson, 120 Livlngton St.. Brooklyn.
SALESMEN — Call at once; steady, light em
ployment; pays $3.f>o every day. Offices
World' 3 Specialty Co.. 32 Park Place, Room 52.
SALESMEN, everywhere, resident or road;
straight or side line; steady employment ; good
pay. Sanitary Utility Co., 718. 30 Church pt.
STENOGRAPHER, male (Oliver); must speak
French; Canadian preferred; |12. National Em
ployment Exchange. 47 West 42d at.
STENOGRAPHER, neat and refined, -with pome
experience; one for railroad. $00 monthly; an
other for commercial houae, $40. Jupp Ex
change, R7 Nassau st :
STENOGRAPHERS, from beginners tp court re
porters, wanted; good pfrmaji^nt positions In
the city and country. Universal Exchange, 1
West 34th ft.
STENOGRAPHERS, several, male; beginners ac
ceptable; some experience preferred; $7-?10.
National Employment Exchange. 47 West 42d pt.
SUPERVISING DRAFTSMAN — Must have had
extenslvf steam pump experience; $2,000. Na
tional Employment Exchange, 47 West 42d st.
TABLET DIOESTAKB; large seller; agents
Southern territory. Fond Pharmacal Company,
New York.
THREE MEN, over 25, pood education and
address; will be thoroughly instructed as
salesmen, then advanced to position of man
ager. Mr. Ryan, lf>6 sth aye.. New York City.
TUTOR-TRAVELLING COMPANION v?anted
during summer for boy of 19; roust be com
panionable, fond of outdoor sports and be able to
teach French and German; age 24 to 27. State
full particulars as to capabilities and references
to A. 8.. Box 45. Tribuno Office.
WESTERN territory; Tablet Dlgestans for all
stomach Ills. Pond Vharmacal Company, New
Fork.
Female.
BOOKKEEPER — Competent doub'.o entry, trial
balance, monthly statements; a thorough
knowledge of stenography essential: permanent.
Universal Exchange. 1 West 34th st.
SPANISH — A splendid position for a Spanish-
English' stenographer; good pay: permanent;
two Spanish-English, for men or women. Jupp
Exchange, 87 Nassau et.
STENOGRAPHER for a law office, $18; another
for commercial office, understanding Snilth-
Premfpr machine. $15; stenographer, understand
ing bookkeeping, $15. Jupp Exchange. 87 Nas
sau et.
THREE LADIES. — Well educated: neat ap
pearance; experience unnecessary; oppor
tunity to secure outside position yielding good
income. Mr. Ryan, 156 sth aye.. New York
City.
WORK WANTED.
Mala
CHAUFFEUR.— EmpIoyer In Europe; married;
mechanic; present employer's reference as to
threp years' service. CL S.. Tribune Uptown Of
fice. 1304 Hroarlwayi*
CHAUFFEUR (35), machinist; do own repairs;
six years driving for private family; sober and
careful; best private references. Chauffeur, 337
East 42d st.
CHAUFFEUR- — Employer In Europe; married:
mechanic ; highest reference from ejnployer for
years of service. C. S., Tribune Uptown Office,
1364 Broadway.
CHAUFFEUR — Wants to drive private mr In
country road; garage and shop experience.
J. J.. 229 West 37th st.
CHAUFFEUR — Wants private place; can drive
and tak<? care of any car or launch; write.
J J Tribune Uptov.-n Office. 1364 Broadway.
EXI'BRIENCFID STENOGRAPHER and general
office assiFtnnt; l'J years; graduate of Commer
cial High School, Brooklyn; good reference.
NICHOLAS KUGGIERO, 2907 West 15th Ft.,
Brooklyn J _^
MAN, 34, capable, honest, all around, with busi
ness and mechanical experience. Box t>l4, 31U
Wyckoff aye.. r.rooklyn^
POT'LTKV.MAX. — First class; understands Incu
bator. brooder, etc; best references. Carpen
ter's Bureau, 1:4 6th aye. -Tel. 13KJ Chelsea.
RKFINBD; married man is open for position of
trupt and responsibility; mountains preferred.
Address H. P.. Box S, Tribune. .
STABLE FOREMAN. — German; middle aged;
"careful and strictly sober; charge of business
stable; best references. March, 712 3d aye..
Brook I yn.
WINDOW and house cleaning at reasonable
rates. Acmen. 322 West fiftth Ft.
Female.
A.— DRESSMAKER of ten years' experience
gowning for the 400; no superior in the city
for high class work; prompt, reliable and rea
sonable. Mme. Cully. l3B_West_4Bth st.
GOOD stenographic typewriting work; rea
sonable rates 'J5 William si.. Room bl3.
•Phone 4 - Jrtfi — John.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WAN , ED.
Male.
BUTLER (German) — Useful; with two years'
references; $40; excellent old country r*f
erenrf-s. Mia* Shea's Bureau_B
COACHMAN— EngIish; first class man with
■addle and harness horses; ride nnd drive well;
good man for any one wishing to be turned out
pmarf life experience; strictly BObtT: good rer
ei^nccs; aged H3; single; go anywhere. H-
Stokes, Oscawana-on-Hudson. N. T. Phone 4—
Croton.
OOUPUS (German), as cook and butler or valet;
BtrlcUy city leference: city or country. **•
David. 157 East 77th at.
FAItM HAND.— German; $25; good inllW.r and
teamster; general farmer; sober and indus
trious. 8.. Maihuwson Buruau Sib Cth aye.
Tel 3TS Bryant.
"ARMHANPS. useful men. married couples for
farms and gentlemen's country places; i.i-8
llsh. German and Swedish. Mathewson Bu
riiiu, KIS fltli aye. T»l. 378 BryJUH
GARDENER. — liertnan COUpte: wife cook, wash
and iron; generally useful on gentleman's
plac; best references. Carpenter'a Bureau, 154
Cth aye.
BE! UL MAN.~S2S; Hollander: good hand on
lav.na. gardens, horses, cows chickens; sober.
willisiK and industrious. H., Mathewson Bu
reau. 81 y 6th aye. __^ » ,
USEFUL MAN. — Young Frenchman: speaks little
English: Indoor, outdoor; small wages; refer
ences; understands waiting;. E. M.. Miss titz-
Gerald'a Bureau, Ml 6th aye.
Female-
LAUNDRESS— Kmart young woman.
with four years' reference: $30. Miss bhea a
Bureau. 8 East 42<J Bt. ______
COOK.— Colored; young; Al references present
employer; for hotel or boarding houße; can
cater ami manage, for fifty people. M t '.. Miss
KiLz(>trald'a Bureau, 503 6th aye. (entrance in
42fl St.).
COOK— Plain laundress: English, Protestant;
tmall family adults; country; reference, will
lams. 217 West iyih at, rear, third tloor.
RELIGIOUS NOTIcfeS.
RELd<',l" < ;-'>riETY OF 1- HIK.VJ..-: ."' -"rth •
dox).— M'-vtings for Worship. 114 East SOtB Bt..
Now York, 11; Washington and Lafayette avps.,
Brooklyn. li>^r>.
RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS —
Meetings for worship. 11 a. m.. at 221 r,ast
15th ft., Manhattan, and 110 Pchermerivrn st .
Brooklyn.
LENOX AYE. COLLBOUTE CHURCH, cor.
123 d, Rev. EDGAR TILTON. Jr.. D. D.. raf «r.
11 a._m. and 8 p. m., prenchinic by the P—tOT.
WEST _2D ST. PRESBYTERIAN CHTJRCH.
i near 7th avp.— Rev. STAKI-BY WHITE, D. D..
: of :h" Foreign Board, preaches 11 and 8.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Female.
COOK.— Swedish; first class; has brother useful
man, good gardener; understands automobiles;
use.fu; all around; city or country. Morrow's
Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.. corner sSth st.
GOVERNESS.— EngIish: entire charge of one or
more children: experience delicate children;
five years" reference. FitzGerald'a Bureau, 503
sth aye.
LAUNDRESS, excellent; home or out by the
day^ Laundress, cara Bain, 2283 7th aye.
MAID — Refined young maid; excellent seam
stress: good hair dresser; $30; best personal
references. M!ss Shea's Bureau, 8 East 42d st.
NURSE. — Willing to assist with chamber or
house work; city or country; $22. Albany P.u
reau, 20 East 33d st. Tel., 52.-.5 Madison !
NURSE. — Refined young German; will care for
two children; excellent reference; $30. Miss
Shea' 3 Bureau, 8 East 42d st.
NURSE — Reliable Protestant nurse to car© for
invalid or elderly lady; willing to sew and
bo useful ; city references. Mrs. Latham, 58
East 102 d.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
THE SOUTHERN AND VIRGINIA EMPLOY
ment Bureau, 642 Church St.. Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Mary B. Vaiilen, prop.- — Furnishes male
and female help on quick notice; only agents
sending help to North, Eaat and West; write
for Information.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FEED MILL AND ELEVATOR FOR SALE. —
Located on the main line of th« Boston &
Albany Railroad, with a private switch; can
furnish best of reasons for selling; did a
business last year of 125 carloads. M. W. H.,
Tribune Office.
ORCHARD FOR SALE.— CONSISTING OF 600
acres; Kj.OOO apple trees. 40.000 peach trees
and lo,<MX> pear trs-cs; two miles from Harper's
Ferry. W. Va., in the apple and peach belt; big
crop this year. Address J. WALTER O'BOYLE,
630 Pond Building, Washington, D. C.
AGENT WANTED TO SELL BRITISH PAT
ect. — Object of patent: "Improvements In the
propulsion and steering of ships." References
required. Address JOSEPH CRAVEN. Uine
End, Thornton, near Bradford. Yorkshire, Eng
land.
PREFERRED STOCK, CITY COMPANY;
three months will double value; printers will
hf particularly interested. Send postal, PER
FECTED, Tribune Office.
BOTTLING PLANT, saloon, howling alleys.
Including property; 25 minutes from New
York on Perm. R. R., New Jersey. B. M., Box
7, Tribune Office.
REMEDIES.
THOKOIGH, PKIiMAXENT (IKES In casea
of BLOOD POISOX, XKKVOI'S DEBILITY.
BLADDER COMPLAINTS nnd kindred dis
eares; relief at once In dangerous cases, recent
or old: thosp r)p»!rlng only firpt class scientific
treatment should call. Dr. BONSCHL'R, the well
known specialist. 69 West 3Sth Et. Houra. &-3, 7-9.
FOR SALE.
BIG BARGAINS— SIightIy used office furniture,
desks, typewriters, cash registers, adding ma
chines, mimeographs, filing cabinets, safes, ad
dressing machines, time clocks partitions, check
protectors. b.x>kcases. NATHAN'S. 4 White Street.
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS.
VICTOR VISIBLE. 7» Nassau St.; catalogue
free; all makes taken part payment; bargains
In Underwood?. Remingtons. Olivers. Smiths.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
LARGE. SUNNY CORNER ROOM, running
water; private family; Leautlful location, facing
the Hudson, telephone. Harrison. 215 West 101 st
pt. Teli-phoni' 60iwr -Riverside.
LOST BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK No. 423, of the Union Dime
Savings Bank is missing. Any person having
a claim to it is hereby called upon to present
the same within ten days, or submit to having
paid passbook cancelled and a new one Issued.
LOST. — Bankbook No. 405,320 of Dry Dock Sav
ings Institution. Any person having claims
upon said book is called upon to present the
same to the bank within thirty days, or the saM
book will be cancelled and extinguished, and a
new on© issued <n lieu thereof.
LOST OR STOLEN. — Bunkfjook No. 157^868 of
thi German Savlngrs Bank In the City of New
York, corner 4th aye. and 14th St., issued to
Amelia Alien, in trust for Theodore Allen. All
persons are cautioned against negotiating thf»
same If not returned to the bank on the 9th
•lay of July. 1010, a duplicate will be issued.
LOST OR STOLEN. — Bankbook No. 4!>0,3b9 of
the German Savings Bank in the City of New
York, corner 4th aye. and 14th St.. issued to
Andreas Wicklein. Alt persons are cautioned
against negotiating the same. If not returned to
the bank on the 9th day of July, 1910, a dupli
cate will be issued.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST. — Diamond and ruby bar pin. en 57th St.,
or on 6th aye. car. Return to 140 West 57th
st and. receive liberal reward. R. Williams.
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the
County of New York, notice Is hereby given
to all persons having claims against Sigmund
Guiterman. late of the County of New York,
deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of
transacting buaineus. No. 4'- Broadway, in the
City of New York, on or before tha 29th day
of July n«>xt.
Dated New York, the 25th day of January.
1910.
RUDOLPH GUITERMAN, LEOPOLD LEH
MAN. Executors.
EINSTEIN. TOWNPEND & GUITERMAN.
Attorneys for Executors. 42 Broadway,
New York City.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS FOR PAPER— DEPOT QT'AR
tfrmaster's Office, 2rtth Street and Gray's
Ferry Road Philadelphia. June 15. 1910. —
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will be received here until 11
o'clock A. M.. July «. 191°, and then opened,
for furnishing an.l delivering: Case Interlining.
Tissue and Manila Wrapping Paper at the
Philadelphia. Boston, New York. Chicago. St.
Louis and San Francisco Depots of the Quar
tet master's Department. U. S. Army. The
quantities will be subject to not to exceed ti^'r
increase, if desired by this Department. The
right is reserved to reject or accept any or all
proposals, or any part thereof. Preference will
be riven to articles of domestic manufacture,
conditions of quality and price (Including In
the price, of foreign productions or manufact
ures the duty thereon) being equal. Standard
samples can be seen and blank proposals and
full information will be furnished upon appli
cation at t'nis office. Envelopes containing pro
posals to be indorsed "Proposals for Paper, to
be opened July t'.. 1010." Major CHAUNCBY
15. BAKKR. I'"P"t Quartermaster.
PROPOSALS FOR ICE AND REFRIGERAT-
Int; Plant.— Army Building. New York City.
May "1 I'JIO. — Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will
he received here until 2 P. M., June 20, 1910,
for furnishing and delivering, at factory or f. a.
s steamer, New York, or San Francisco, Ic®
and Refrißf rating Plant for Corretridor Island.
p. I. Information upon application. Plans
and specifications on file here. Proposals to be
enclosed in scaled envelopes, addressed to the
undersigned, marked "Proposals for ace and Re
frigerating Plant, to be opened Juno 2"\ 1910. >#
Major M. GRAY ZALINSKI. Depot _y. M.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Navy De
partment Washington. D. C. until 10 o'clock
a. m.. June 22. 1010. and publicly opened imme
diately thereafter, to furnish fuel oil required
for vessels of the Naval Service at various navy
yards, stations, an.l ports during the fiscal year
ending June 30. ll»ll. Blank proposals will be
furnished upon application to the navy pay offi
ces New York. N. V.. an.l Philadelphia. Pa., or
to the Bureau. S. BRYAN, Acting Chief of
Bureau. ________-_________^______
MASTER'S SALE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED
.States for the Northern District of Ohio,
Eastern Division. No. 7«03. Consolidated with
Cause No. 7.VJH. . -
Central Trust Company of New York. Trus
tee, Complainant, vs. The Wheeling & Lake
Erie Railroad Company. Defendant.
Notice is hereby given that the time within
which creditors of The Whet-ling & Lake Erie
Railroad Company, and all tiuhstiUary com
panies mentioned in the hill of complaint here
tofore filed in this c;ius.\ shall fli,; their re
spective claims with me, has been extended by
the Court to July 2nd. HMO, and the time
within which creditors may object to th«
claims of other creditors has been extended to
September 2nd. 1010. and the hearing before
me. heretofore set for September :trd. 1010. hua
been postponed to October Ist. 1010.
CHARLES P. HINE. Special Master.
Oil Socloty tor Savings J3ldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
TIME TABLES.
IKronprinzessln Cecilia
Sails June 21 for - .
LON DON— PA IS —
___: North 10 a. m.
I Express Sailings
Kronprinzessin Cecllle Jun« 21 I
Kronprinz Wilhelm June 2S I
Kaiser Wilhelm II July 5 I
Kaiser Wllhelm der Crossc. July 12 I
raERBocRG G a rm 21 n THURSDiYS
m.f>,KN is I hi d id a. m.
. I « Twin-Screw Sailings i
I 'Main : Jun« 23 I
I Prinz Twin-Screw Sailings £0 8
•Main June 23 I
Prinz Fr!<"lrich Wilhelm..J_i» 30 I
I Barbarossa July 7 i
I George Washington (new). . July 14 I
•Bremen direct.
SKE^" " | Inufl s.TUBDirs
_DM- LlOjla it i. M.
Koaalji Albert. .June 13, 4 P. M.
TNeckar June 25
Prinzess Irene July 2
Koenigin Luise July 9
tDoes not call at Genoa.
Wireless ami Submarine Signals.
Independent Round the World Tours
Travelers' Checks, good all over
the World.
OELRICHS * CO., Gen. Asts.
5 Broadway. New York
fill UTS C H LA S 0
f 16.500 TONS. %} JUI'Jf I^ VIM
| Special Muling K^MlMiAW^ilil
i JULY 2| IP. jjfi jujM Jwi'^Fu
R^ ' ' ' '■'■'" '■ ' ' ' " n * jßßJJK_(_rili a __f^*<_
C_u . .■ ■ ~' ■ i - ■ .yJoKCBB S? W 5 s^?yvJ
|____J__l H.i ::.':■ . . _-. MI — — **—^**_5_&3
All Modern Safety Device* (Wireless &c.)
LONDGH, PARIS, HAMBURG.
fUnexcelled Ritz-Carlton a la Carte Restaurant,
Gymnasium, Klec. Baths. Elevator. Palm Garden.
•Cleveland. June l".2pm| Deutschland July 2
Graf Waldersee. June 23 »Pres. Lincoln July 6
Aug. Vic. June 2s| tAmerika July 9
Bluecher June 2»t •President Grant. Jury 13
J Hamburg direct. *New.
II m W A I %#VIA GIBRALTAR.
I A 1 W NAPLES
I J«L Em I AND GENOA.
S. S. HAMBURG June 21, 9 A. M.
8. S. MOLTKE July 11
S- S. HAMBURG : . • .August 9
M Orient Cruise ak^STiSn
TRAVELLERS' CHECKS ISSUED.
Tourist Dept. for Trips Everywhere.
Ha mburc- American Line, 45 Broadway, N. Y.
CUKARO LINE
Piers 54 and 56, North River, foot of MB St.
OFFICES, 21-24 State St.. opposite the Battery.
Lusitania— Mauretania
Largest. Fastest. Finest Steamers Afloat.
New York to London Direct
VIA FISHGUARD
The most expeditious route. Quickest also to
PARIS-BERLIN VIENNA
Leave New York Wednesdays, 9 A. M.
MONDAY IN LOHOOM TUESDAY IN PARIS
Wireless Telegraph. Submarine Signals.
ilauretania ... ..Tun* 22 : Campania July 6
•Carmanla,June2s,loam(*Caronia..July 9. 10 am
Lusitania. June 29 j Mauretania July 13
•Will call at Queenstown and Fishguard. ,
HDNGAKIAN-AMERICAN SERVICE.
To FIUME, via GIBRALTAR.NAPLES.TRIESTE
tCarpathla.July 7, noon) SUltonia August 4
Pannonia.July 19. noon [ Carpathia August 25
•fCails at Genoa. S Carries 2d and 3d class only.
Travellers" checks Issued — good everywhere.
Particulars of Services, Rates. Sailings and other
Information will be supplied on application.
BEFORE SAILING
Call at any one of COOK'S four New
York offices for your Travel Tickets In
EUROPE
with or without Hotel Accommoda
tion. Traveller's Cheques, Foreign
Money, Guide Books, Baggage or Ac
cident Insurance, etc.
EVERYTHING FOR THE TRAVELLER
Select TOURS TO EUROPE, -with per
sonal escort, leave weekly.
- Official Agents for the Passion Play at
Ober Ammerjrau. m
SOUTH AM ERICA TOUR, JULY 20.
'ROUND THE WORLD, AUG. 23,
SEPT. 13, 27; WESTBOUND.
THOS. COOK & SON
245 Broadway (cor. Hurray St.); 284 Fifth
Aye. (cor. 29th St.); 563 Fifth Aye. (Windsor
Arcade): 64» Madison Aye. (cor. 60th St.).
New York, and 140 Offices Abroad.
ESTABLISHED IS4I.
Cook's Traveller's Cheanim Are Good All
Over the World.
Modern — Safe^ Reliable.
PEOPLES LINE TO ALBftBY
ST'R ADIRONDACK (even dates June).
STR C. W. MORSE (alternating— Pier 32.
N. R.. foot Canal St.. 6 P. M . W. 129 th St..
6:30 P. M. dally (Sunday included). From
Albany dally (Sunday Included). 8 P. M.
ORCHESTRA.
CITIZENS LIME TO TROY
New Strs. TROJAN or RENSSELAER. pier
46. N. R.. ft. West 10th st . 6 P. M. dally (Sat
urdays excepted). From Troy daily (Saturdays
excepted), 7:30 P. M. Sunday steamer touches
at Albany.
Excellent cuisine and service. Direct rail
connection at Albany and Troy for points
North. East and West; horses and automobiles
carried nt reasonable rates.
■ l^Jr Charming Short Sea
9p^ ■ Trio on the Atlantic Coast.
STEAiISTIIPS -
I NORTH LAND & NORTH ST&8 1
PORTLAND, MAINE
Sailings: Monday. 10 A. M . and Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday, 5 P. M.. from
Pier 20. East River. N. Y. For full in
formation and booklet apply to
.MAINE 8. S. CO.. 29© li'way, N. Y.
AMERICAN LINE 2? 1 5!55 £$.*■•
X. — Plymouth — Cher boars — Southampton.
New York June 18! Philadelphia July 2
St. Paul June 25| St. Louis July 0
RED STAR LINE £?_?■&
NEW — DOVER — ANTWERP.
Lapland (new).. l^tFlnlapd July 2
Kroonland June 25;Vaderland July 9
WHITE STAR LINE UTS^k. r.
N. V.. Queenstown. Hob bead. Uverp«>ol.
Celtic Juno is. 9 am. Arabic ~....Ju1y 3
Cedric. ..June 2», noon j Baltic July »
X Y. Plymouth Cherbourg-— Southampton.
Majestic. June22.9^o ami Teutonic July 6
Adriatic. June '-"J. 11 am Oceanic July 13
Also New York and Don-ton — Mediterranean.
Our Travelers' Checks (iood Everywhere.
Offices 9 B'way & Fler 62. N. R. «23d St.). N. Y.
TnAATAII Direct from City to
n D I! VTII Rl Cit >' All-the-Way-by
0 DUO I Ull Metropolitan Line.
II? Yale & Harvard
A most fascinating Route. River. Harbor, Sound
and Ocean. Fares the same as Long Island
Sound Lines. Week days and Sundays. Leave
New York. Pier 14. N. R.. ■ P. M. Same dally
schedule from India Wharf. Boston. Due to ar
rive either city 8 o'clock next morning.
ANCHOR LINE
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
F'nessiaJune I -. 3 pml Caledonia.. July 2. 2 : '.a
Columbia-Juno -■. '.' HI California-July 0, 10 am
FIRST CABIN. $67.30 itn.l $;!.!>*>.
Second CABIN. *45 and $47.50.
IM.I.I) CI.A>S. S'.'K.TS and *30.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17-19 Broadway.
mm •»J>»> I fBiC Pier 11. Wall SL Ferry.
RFIi U Link Brooklyn, at noon.
lAT san Juan. P. C. l^a Guayra. Pto. Cabello.
Curacao and Maracalbo. via Curacao.
r-*RACA* June LAI I :.■•(: \.July 2
For La Guayra, Curacao and Maracatbo.
MARAC-iIBO..June 251ZULJA..... . July 0
'tr,erior Accommodations for Passengers.
huperl ° BLISS. DALLETT & CO..
n»nrral Managers. &- Wall St. _
"Magnificent S. S. "Arabic" £1 £1 ADtf)C
leaves Feb. -1: rates $100 up. II UtMnlV 3
Including shore excursions; IB ORIENT
Tl enchanting days. Stop- g UHlfcH I
over privileges. Program « CRUISE
ii;\SK C. CLARK. Tim.-* HI tig!. >>w \..rk.
CI.MiK'S TOI US TO rIKOI'V
itineraries cart-fully made and many epeclal
f«.atur.-a render our T<>ur 8 very
roura tit S-J75 upwar.i. Passion Play
features- North Cape Tour I
lI;VSH < ( I VKK Ttro ■ Bldr. Ntw Tortu
SUMMER T(HK>— MI RESORTS.
Lowest Ratt-s. Send for Booklet.
MARSTBKS TOURS. 31 West 30th St.. N. Y.
Southern Pacific Steamships.
NEW YORK. XEW OKJ.KANS.
toO-Ilja or 1 Broadway. New York.
j TIME TABLES.
DU O I U R ,, £W E j, SU ii|
LONG ISLAND SOUND ROUTES
FALL RIVER LINE. Via Newport and. Fall
River. I.v. Pier l:». N. P... ft. Warren St.. wsolt
days and Sundays. 5:30 P. M. Strs. COMMON
WEALTH and PRISCII-LA. Orchestra on each. .
PROVIDENCE INK. via Providence. L«*v»
Pier IS. North River, foot Murray St.. w««lc
days only. 6;0t» p. XI. Steamers PROVIDETNCB
and PLYMOUTH. Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE. Via New London. I/r. Pier
1". ■ R.. ft. Clarkson St.. week days. 5:00
P. M.: Pier 7i>. E. R.. ft. E. 22d St.. «:30 P. XI.
Strs. CITY OF LOWELL and CHESTER W.
CHAPI.N.
NEW BEDFORD LINE, for New Bedford.
Wood's Hole. Martha's Vineyard. NantucHet,
poise tt. Marion and Cap*> Cod points.
Leave Pier 40. North River, foot of C_u_-*«
Street, week days only, at 6:00 P. M. Steam ct
MAINE an: NEW HAMPSHIRE.
NEW HAVEN LINE for New Haven. Hart- i
ford, Springfield and North. Leave Pier VI. :
E. R.. week days. 2:45 P. M.: Sundays. 9:*O
A. M. Foot East 22nd St.. week day*. »:0»
P. M ; Sunday?, 10:00 A. M. Str. RICHARD
PECK.
Tickets, staterooms and Information at City
Ticket Offlc». IT; Broadway, near Cortlandt
St. Telephone 5121 Cortlandt. Also at .V. T. '
Transfer ami Tourist Offices and at Piers.
DAY LINE STEAMERS. DAILY, except Sun- i
day, leave Brooklyn, Fulton St (by Annex*.
8; Desbrosses St.. 1 10; W. 434 St.. 9: W. -
129:h St.. 9:2© A. If. Landing at Yonkers.
West Point. Newburgh. Poughke«psie. Kln«- -
ston Point. Catsklll. Hudson, snd Albany. ;
, Easy connections North. East, and West. Ail :
1 through rail tickets between N. T. and Al
1 bany accepted. I Most delightful one-day •_•-
| Ings to West Point. Nftwburgh. or Pornrh
| keepsle. returning on down boat, do* 4M St. !
i 5 30 P. 11. Meals served at an hour*. Music. ■
STEAMER MARY POWELL
I.- • Tins i- -:- *„•■*** St. a: ■♦-. P. XI.. W. 124
St.. I P. M.. W. 129 th ■_, 2:20 P. If. dally,
except Sunday, for Highland Falls. W>st Point
(returning by boat or rail). Cornwall. New
burgh. New Hamburg:. MU'on. Pokeepsl* :
Rondout and Kingston. Orchestra.
For burgh. Ponjfhkeepslw and Kingston.
From Franklin Street, week days. except Sat
urday. 4 P. M. Saturdays. 1 P. M. West
12!>th St.. 1:30 P. M.
For NEWBCROH and Intermediate land
ing«. we^k days. 9 P. M. Saturdays. 3 P. M.
West 129 th St.. 3:30 p. XI. t 9 *!
CIISinAyC from FrankHn St.. » A M.
OUn I'M id West 129 th St. 9:30 A. M.
_._—„.. . I sjieamors >aye .Pier 43, N. R-, ft.
CATSKILLI Christopher $. ■•*£?'■ Days at
A^x-ivr I « 30 P M ■ W. 120 th St.. 7P. M.
evening ICdt-vkil! Hudson— Coxsackie
LINE I and Intermediate Landings
Send 2 cents In stamps for Summer Booklet
on Resorts In and near the Cat;* : Mountain*
•ph.... :■'.,' Spring.
RED BASK LINE.
Leaves Franklin St.. Pier 24. North Rlrerr,
dally 8:30 A. M, 2:30 P. M.. Sun. 8:30 A. M.:
Battery 5:55 A M.. 2:55 P. M. Sun.»9:s»
A. M.. for Highlands. Red Bank. etc. Exe.,
60c. Trolley to Long Branch and Asbury Park.
EXCURSIONS.
g^^^^^T^
ALL TICKETS 1N( U ADMISSION TO
DREAMLAND.
Greatest Amusement Enterprise la th* Worltt,
Leave West 129 th St.. N. R-. 9:00. 0:43, ,
10:30. 11:30 A. M. : 12:15. 1:00. 2:00. 2:45. 3:30.
4:15. 5:15. fi:3o. 7:30. 8:40 p. M.
Leave Pier 1. N. R.. 9:4.">. 10:30. 11:15 A- M*
12:13. 1:00. 1:45. 2:45. 3:30. 4:15. 5:00. 8:00,
6:40 7:15. 8:15. 9:30 P. M. „ „ I
Leave Iron Pier, Coney Island. 10:55. 11:4»
A. M. 12:25. 1:25. 2:10. 2:55. 3:55. •4:53. 5:23* i
6:10. 7:10. 7:50. 8:2. T. 9:25. 10:40 P. M.
Returning from Coney Island trip marked •
does not go to 129 th Street. N. R.
t>^,,- -i tw». tii. . i From 129 th St.. 50 Cents.
Round Trip Tickets f Froxa Pier 1. N. R 40 Cent*
STEAMIER TAtTRCS makes trips EVERT DAT
to FISHING B.VNK3. Leave 12»th St.. N. It.
7:20 A. M. ; Pier (n«w) No. 1. N. R-. 8:20 A. M.
Bait and tackle on board. Fare: Gentlemen. '.
75c; Ladles. 50c : Children. 25c.
iron Steamboat "Sirius"
SPECIAL TRIP
ROCKAWAY BEACH
SUNDAY, -n'NE 19TH. •
Leave foot 12!»th St.. N. R-. 9:40 A. 11.
Leave Pier 1. N. R.. 10:30 -V M.. 3:30 P. M.
Leave Rockaway Beach. 12:45 P. M.. «-.no P. 2&
Round Trip Ticket* 50c.. Children 23e.
'"excursion
to west point and NEWBURBH
allowing '-'- hours at West Point.
SUNDAY. JUNE 19.
Steamer •(.K.l.Mi REPUBLIC-
Iea-yea Pier 1. North River. 9:30 A. M.: Wcs«
129 th St.. 10:30 A. M.: Yonkers. ll:0«> A. M
ROI.ND TRIP. 75c.: Yonkers. 50e. Steamef
■win be limited to one-half It 3 capacity.
CHARM. EXCURSIONS
West Point, Newbnrgh & Pcngbkeepsie
Dally (except Sunday) by Palace HUDSON
RIVER DAY LINE STEAMERS. '
SEE STEAMBOAT COLUMN.
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
WEST POINT
STEAMER- MARY POWELL,
Leaving Desbrosses St.. 1:45: W. 42d St., 2:00;
W. 12f>th St.. 2:20 P. M. Arriving West Point
5 P. :\f. Choice when buying ticket of, return
by any West Shore or N. Y. Central train, op
Cent. Hud. Str.. 51.10. Ample time to sea
Parade. Public Buildings, etc. Orchestra.
This Krcnrsion Made Pally, exrept .Sunday.

Lake Hopatcong, $1.00
EVERY SUNDAY
Leave W. 23d St. r,O; Liberty St. 8:00 A.M.
Mauch Chunk, $1.50
NfXT SUNT>x\Y. Jl >T, I»TH.
Leave W. -in St. 8:20: Liberty St. 8:30 A.3C •
Atlantic City, $2.50
NEXT SUNDAY. JUNE 19T1I.
Leave W. 23d St. 7:50: Liberty St. 8:00 A.M.
EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
UP THE SOUND
_ IStr. "Sagamore" Ivs. Pier 8.
10 IE. R. (bet. Hanover Sq, & So.
'i, «,.-, Ferry>. Saturdays at l:0O;
Sea Cliff '« st - c. it - 12 ' y p. m.
anrl Sundays Ivs. Pier 8. 9:30; 31st
™ nu St.. • M A. M. Ret. due N. X.
GiEnWOOd 3 R^*nr^ion 50c. Ticket*.
DESKS AND OFFICE FLRNITUR
ROLL TOP
DESKS
OFFICES
FURNITURE
In great variety
of style and price.
T. G. SEI.LEW.
11l Fulton St.
CARPET CLEANING.
N. Y. CARPET CLEANING WORKS
Oldest. Largest. Most Modern.
Tel. 4692 — 1693— Bryant. Established IS3T.
Fins Rugs Woven from Old Carpets.
Prices Reasonable. Send for Circular.
437 and 439 W. 45th St.
W. H. JORDAN. EDWIN LKXT2,
Carpet & Rug Cleansing
The C. H. Brown Co. Telephone iy H:!l
i/. n. Drown uo. 5 «w iMu-^y mv
509 * 811 K. -Tib. St. I IMI \ |
CAKEKUL CARPET CLEAMNO CO.— Clean*
by compressed air. steam, hand or on floor.
MM BroailwAy. 421 East 4bta st- COB A
BRANDT. TeL 132 — SStU.
INSTRUCTION.
Boys and Young — Country.
MAPLE WOOD CAMP
Anil SUMMER HOME. June O-Sept. 13. $t:<X
Near Phl'-a. 48th year. Special care to llttla
boys. Winter session. Sept. 18. prepare* 40 boy*
tor college or business. J. SHORTLIDQE. A. il..
Yale. Prln.. Box 10->. Concordvlll*. Pet Co., Pa.
For Both Sexes — City. =
THK BERI.IT7 SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
MADISON SQUARE < ■;-•-• BROADWAY).
Harlem Branch. 343 Lenox Ay*.. near 127 th St.
Brooklyn Branch. 218-220 Livingston St.
SCHOOL AGENCIES.
~ American ami Foreign lm. :irr« Agency.
• Supplies Professors. Teachers. Tutor*. u«r~
I «rnr»»e». etc.. to Collejtea. Schools »rwl FamUidJk
i Apply to Ur* 11. J. TOl'NiJ-rTLTOS,
| 23 I'd:"! Sqnaro.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ABOVE ALL COMPKTITOR3.— SatIaf actory
dealing. Prompt cash payments for complete
libraries or small collections of miscellaneous
literature can always be obtained. HENRI
itALKAN. 4? Tiroadwav. Telephone. 5000 Broad.
MACHINERY. DIES AND MODELS.
FOR SALE — New tenoning and morUslnij out—
tit. Does copies. Less than half ordinary
cost. Greatest capacity and efficiency. Mat lit—)
demonstrated. Mechanical £D£ias«rU^ cik, 138
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