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TWO of the QUALITY ADVERTISEMENTS
• . HELP WANTED. —
Male.
SALESMEN U_-o« e _o_t the United State, to
~U automobUe n^^tiw; ever, owner
O'Nell T_re ,__ Protector Co.. 320 Broadway.
' =
Female.
HOIsEWORKE R ._Mlddle a g «i man; smaU
.____*• washing Be rn out ii wajrt . t9t 9 r**«m
\ U>l*; mate a wage, etc. M. r - *• Box 4«,
1 ril-une Ortjoe.
Sir READ THE OTHERS AND GO TQ. WORK-@ft
: HELP WANTED.
' Male.
____SXTAXT— Must be certified and have
lii'.s£ e_p«ricacc. and be willing to go out of
. c »-- •alary $_.<vo. Mighiil (PcslUcn Broker).
rittlron Building. _______
THEN ■- -.-ante-; "Man-ellous Career Theodores
P.oosev_!fs Thrilling Experience Hunting Big
ginse is Africa." handsomely illustrated. W.
\f. -; sen. 14 Thomas st.
_GEN-£ -»&ate<S every* hero; finest automobile
«j*Vla.- kr.. wr. , biggest money maker fcr
-.ire. '-' ''■'• '•'■'' business write Direct Supply
House. |1S Wavcrley St.. S. I"Yaming:.am. Mass.
iGENXS— If Jou are earning less than $35 week
;v; v ter.fl for our latest proposition; particulars
+XC. K. Erwia Specialty Co.. Box __, Port
_t;»n. N. V.
iGEN""-- to banfile our teas and coffees; •xp*>ri
esce no: necessary; build _p a at___rM~ of your
___' fail or write. Bums _; itf><?d, 20u Hudson
ft .. y~- York.
Vj^-k CLERK — Male; G«nt:le; gnod penman;
}_;. :-r_J Employment Exchange. 47 West
_sar.
ijUJJ CLERK— Male; G*ntl!e; neat, rarid. ac
ccrate National Employment Exchange. 47
•\v_st 42<3 -t. ■
BOOKKEEPER ana accountant; prefer a man
»_o ha? had work with public accountant; for
-et-fif-towii ro*"r 0 *"^ 011 : salary $100 a month. Mlg
;;: (Position Broker), FlaUron Building.
BOOKKL'"} and bill clerk; male; Gentile;
typist; **..' National Employment Exchange,
4- West 42d st.
fcOOKKKEPER and TYPIST — Male; country;
512. National Employment Exchange. 47 West
ASi *■- ;
BOOKKEEPER — Mechanical manufacturers re
quire cxreriesced bookkeer<r of more than
average ability, familiar with manufacturing
costs- 51.200- Business Service Co.. 805 Singer
*ui:d:n_.
BOOKKEEPER wanted in a small Jewish hos
p:ial: must be good penman and quick at fig
ures; sa-ary $!■■ per week and luncheon. Apply in
o»r. ____ wr____; stating qua ions, refer
bdoee -^3 age. .' M.. 262 Grand st.
BOOKKEEPERS and assistants; capable, clean
cut American Gentiles; $624 to $936. positions
open. Creaenti&l Em;lo>Tnent Corporation (estab-
Us_e_ I9M). 253 Broadway.
BOOKKEEPERS. STOCK CLERKS— We need
raa-ber; experienced silk end chiffons; $10 to
-tart ra;id advancement. Universal Exchange,
2 TVes! S4th St.
SBO-'iK KEEPER, experienced in estimating prtnt
in? business, for opening in the South; jrood op
portn_lty for advancement. _I!ghill (Position
T-rckprt. F:a:iron Building.
BOOKKEEPER. experienced in bank work: sal
ary SGS a month. Mighill (Position Broker).
T'atlrrr: FuildJne. ' •■^*
HOYS tGtmile). several; neat; good penmen; $5-
S7. National Employment Exchange, 47 West
4L'd st.
CLERK, experience^ in restaurant business, for
checking work; SCO a month. Mlghlll iPosi
xion Broker). Flatiron Building.
CLERIC? — Men -.-anted for Brooklyn and Long
I-=:ar.a City positions; 5624 to ?7f><"> Credential
I'mployraent Corporation lestablishoa 11*04), 253
Broadway.
< LOCK manufacturers require hlwiiii know
ing city trade; palary and arrar.gementF depend
upen man. Crpdentiai Employment Corporation
feetatttt-bed IMQ. -:■:• Broadway.
CONSTRUCTION FORCE. Texas Railroad —
Timekeepers. $100; paymasters. $100; commis
»ar>- clerks. $7;.; men for every department;
rV.>Vician. $125 and board. Business Men's
Oarir.c House. HOWtan. Texas. -
COOK AND BARTENDER. — Man and wife.
manage country hotel; references required.
Imperial ».r y. 6^9 6th »v_
CORRESPONDENT— AutomobiIe manufacturer
wishe* coertenoed sales correspondent; me
fanical s«l>?s experience fet-taUe.. wit uoi"*s
MStlal: location New York State; $1,500. Eusi
i^i-s Sen-ice Co.. SGS Singer Builc'tnc.
< OB RESPONDENT. — Man. 23 to 40. with some
sale* experience essential; pleasing person
*'::>■• preferably mechanical engineer; $70 per
r.onth and commission. Business Service Co..
•05 Singer Building.
DRAFTSMAN wanted in architect * office; one
-'th experience in tenement house work pre
f*>rred. Apply only by mail. Hyman Ropensohn.
N>--aTlc N. J- .
ELECTRICAL SALESMAN to solicit all kinds
-' electrical work: liberal pay. Call. fc. W.
r.!«c-trlc Co.. 1265 Brc-a^way. Room 711.
rOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES. speaking
Spanifh: experienced In rocflng and paint lines:
v. kncwle-ge cf South America preferred; $1,200,
•v i:h urfuEually bright prospects. Business Ser
v;ce Co.. 605 Singer Building. _____
GARDENER— Must b* able clip h°tg*t; work
<cv.to.r head g_r<sener: for Cedarhurst; $4.>. l»iss
r::zGc-ralfi's S tytnent Bureau. 508 sth aye.:
er.traneo on 42d f-t. ' .
: EDGFP. CLERKS— MaIe; Gentile: ?12-?14. Na
tional ;. -..rr:ent Exchange. 47 West 42d st.
MANAGER Retail builders' hardware experi
* e-Ice ili il-aij location Central Wept; salary
$1.V«V?2.500. Bush-— service Co.. SOS Singer
K-iV.iir.it. ,
MANAGER for Mew York o^ice: Importing pro
o«t experience necessan; position worth 53.
<T<»: bond SIO.OOO required. Creacntlal Emp.oy
roent Corporation. l" Broadway.
NIGHT CLERK for New York hotel: prefer a
man nbout 40 years of a«re. experlen.rM in hotel
work; salJir-.- tli » month and meals. Mighsll
<Pot-:t;cr. -• ,--ri, Flatlron Building.
NIGHT WATCHMAN for small institution;
Bloc position: references required.
Mrs. Confer** Ag*ncy. 122 West 23d St.. first
Soor. aftc-r 9- , —
pp A ,T<vp.c [or toy manufacturers; experienced
mm on'ir- steady positions: salary starts at
f".24. Credential Employment Corporation (estab
l^h"!; ll^Vj). 2r.3 Broadway.
SALESMAN. Having city trade, for da« manu
facturer* • salary and arrangements expend on
loan. Credential Employment Corporation <estab-
I'.fh^a l?»04». 253 Broadway. j
PALF'SMAN win* and liquor: old established,
f.rtt class 'house: city trade; Western territory
a_M open. Credential Employment Corporation.
1^,3 . -:*-«y. ___. j
; I[_.i|illl«iilr high ***** enf>ral
salesman, accustomed to handling large prop
«!tions; commission basis, with drawing account
c? C3O per week and expenses, to right man.
Sred-oeswr earned ttt.ooo last year. Business
f*-rvi->e Co.. 60S Singer Building.
SALESMAN— Experienced automobiles, gas «
•--^ or e'mll-r mechanical lines: salary $1.
00 Business Sen-ice Co., S0& Singer
BnlMlag.
EaUesm AN— Experienced procerj- ypecUltles;
drawing account to Rood man against 20 per
cr.t miss : on location. Greater New York.
Business s-rvto Co.. SO-*. Singer Building.
-. , CSIIEN— Specialty: mechanical experience
rrSS-bTe but not essential; three months'
% oVk* drawing account Jls-J2C. p^r week: U r,
_K__l opportunity for large returns. Business
S.rvic<-. Co.. SOS Singer Building.
ciiT-cMAV familiar with stationery line; sal
a^*-^ordlng to the man. Mlghill (Position
Broker), "".-tiron :.^::olng_
E> LE=MAN experienced automobile or tne
et__l_U line accustomed to earning $8.000 > or
ircr*; opportunity to connect with automobi to
M ___««-r«r- -ho advertise extensively. Busl
re*s Swlce Co.. 805 Sieger Building.
I -MEN malted everywhere, resident or
tmveUilW product, en *very<:ay essential; good
pay; £_£ ,-nrlovment : refined work; «rslght or
-t.i.e *ne. B_hH>it \___l_y Co.. 71S-3O Church ,t.
t4 - rer c» A y Type. printers" materials and
F^CpneV" experience In this line necessary:
territory Middle West. New England South
«V North west; $2.50*. Business Servie* Co.. SOS
Picger Duilding.
TTTTT-w^v attkN'TlON — Call at one; $3 to
fc H'^vs g__r*nte*«. World's cp**Uty |
Co.. X 2 Ptrk Piaoe. Room 52. ,
EALESMEX throughout the United States to sell
-stomobUe ntc^itles; every oo VNV Ne rr MM e Tlre
protector; references required. -he o >ell lire
A- P.-otf<-tor Co.. 00 Broadway.
SH'PPING ;,ERK- M*>: typist: knowledge- of
Epanidi: $12- NatiotuU Employmtnt Exchange,
47 V<Tett _ >t.
STENOGRAPHER— Wall Street chemical firm ;
rtcuiies ike ten-ices of a „tenorraph*r. f 1^;
our tubstuutinff season is here. Jupp ExcfctEse.
f-1 Na*~au st.
STENOGRAPHER for commercial house; salary
Vio 10 $1& according to ability: Christian; re
liable ft:-T. Jupp Exrhange. __ Naeeau st. '
tTENOGRAPHKR and m«nagef» mmlmtm eaJ
' try $:_. lOClini <PoelUcn Brckcr). Flatiron
BaUC-er. i_ . :
£TENOGR-^PHERS-Vi-« have five openings for
July 5- salary ?*24 and $780. Credential Em
ployment Corporation (established 1904.. 253
Eroadwrny
STENOGRAPHERS- Two n»«n wanted for Ju:y
sat $536; biu«' be capable. Credential Em
r-Jcysent Cor;«-aUon («rt«^iißhe<l KKW). 553
Broadway. .
STENOGRAPHER. $18; must t* competent and
fcbl* to assist on books; permanent portion, in
JBrock^ti. U«iver»«J £trhanr«. 1 West 24U» st.
j^ELP WANTED,
Male.
STOCK CLERKS for several wholesale firms:
clean-cut, bright American Gentiles, wanted
immediately. Credential Employment Corpora
tion_<eptab!ished 1904). 253 Broadway.
SUPERiNTENDENT— Metal r^elty^ factoTyl
experience in small mechanical or metal de
vices essential; opportunity for rapid advance
ment to right man; $1.500-$1.600. Busings Ser
vice Co . SOS Singer Build ing\
TABLET DIGE^TANE; large aeller agents
Southern territory. Pond Pharmacal Company
New York.
w ANTED — Man; must be wil!!r,c to learn and
capaMe of acting as our representative; no
canvassing or soliciting: good income assured.
Address Natirma: Co-operative Realty Co. 1232
Marden BulMi-.g. Washinzton. D. C.
WAKTED-M-h stenographer for railroad trafnc
department ; 590 per month; permanent; must
be pood (smith Premier operator. The Smith
Premier Typewriting co. 319 Broadway, city.
WANTED — Strong boy to carry packages, be
generally useful: one not afraid of hard work;
wages $7. Bauman. 127 Pearl st.
WA . <~"HMAN for prominent city bank: prefer a
middle aged men; salary $60 monthly. Mighili
u'fsit:.-n Broker). Flatiron Building.
WEi-TEKN territory; Tablet Dlgesians for all
stomach ilia. Pond Pharmacal Company, New
fork.
WINE and LIQUOR SALESMAN— OId estab
lished. first tlaas house; city trade; Western
territory also vpen. Credential Employment Cor
tortion, 253 Broadway.
Female.
A MIDDLE AGED LADT. in poor health, would
like to find a refined lady as companion: one
»ho prefers a home to salary and ls accustomed
t" travelling. Address Doughty. Box 19. Tribune
CMfaa.
AT Miss Hofmayei-s Bureau. 320 sth aye., cor.
32d et.. Reid & Barton Building. 9th floor. —
Domrstic help; references required.
ATTENDANTS, female: institution near city
$25 monthly and maintenance; four days' va
cation. Irwin's Nurses' Registry, 77 'West 11th
R-OKKEEPtR— Must be competent and under
stand typewriting, $10; another for stenog
rapher and understanding bookkeeping. $15. Jupp
____■_■_£, S7 Nassau st.
BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST— Female; $10. National
Employment Exchange. 47 West 42d gt.
BOOKKEEPER — Female; Gentile: drygoods ex
perience; $15. National Employment Exchange,
47 Wast 42-1 Ft.
BOOKKEEPER and STENOGRAPHER- Fe
male; double entry experience; $15. National
Employment Exchange. 47 West 42d st-
BOOKKEEPER and STENOGRAPHER—Fe
maIe; capable: $I£. National Employment Ex
change. 47 West 421 st.
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS, to assist with
laundry; three In family; any nationality; $2«V
Miss FitzGerald's Enqdogrment Bureau. 503 Bth
aye.; entrance on 42d et.
CHAMBERMAID ard WAtTRBSS. for Jersey;
$22: two in family. M.eb Margaret Smith's
Bareaa, 2i> West 42d st.. Room 207.
CHAMBERMAID and LAUNDRESS.— Any na
tionality; $2o; city family, now in the coun
try. Mrs." Collier's Agency, 122 West 23d St..
first floor.
COOK, female; small summer hotel in the Cats
kill Mountains; $30 monthly; railroad fare paid.
Irwin's Bureau. 77 West 11th st.
COOK. — Good American;* wages $30; city.
Le-Ue. 12S Bradhurst aye., city. Tel. 2200
Audubon.
COOK wanted for Camp Farewell. in , country;
cater and assist 25 young ladles; wages $45;
fare -aid Au?UEte"s Bureau. 652 6th aye.
COOK wanted immediately for small hotel in the
. country'; Hungarian or German; $fio. . Mme.
Anguste's Bureau." 6?2 'Cth aye. ■•■'--
COOK, kitchen maid, useful maid; small ln-
Ftltutior: country: ple_sant home: good
wof'f; refereaees requirrd. Mrs. Collier's
Agency. 122 West 23d st.^flrst floor.
COOK and LAUNDRESS, for Summit; two In
family; $23. Mifs Margaret Smith's Bureau, 25
West 42d St.. Room 207.
COOK. Swedish, for Deal Beach: four in fam
ily. $35-540. Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau,
2.". West 423 Ft.. Room 2^7.
COOK German, for country: three in family:
$40. ' Mi?s Margaret Smith's Bureau. 25 West
42 i St.. Room 207.
COOK. Gorman; three in family; for Summit;
cood reference?; $S5. Miss FitzGerald's Era
ployment Bureau. s<<3 sth aye.: entrance on 42d.
C'OK. for Dalton. Mass.; four in family: »ny
nationality: must bo experienced; $3.-.. Miss
FltzGerald's Employment Bureau. s<>3 sth aye.
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER— A rartment; one
lady. Call Miss Anna Lacy. Century Employ
ment Bureau. 15 West 3Sth st.
GIRL for general housework; family of two; no
washing: wages $25. Industrial Association.
17 We?t 42d st
KOUSEWORKER. any nationality; four in fam
•!>■ for Montclair: $30. Miss FitzGerald's Em
ployment Bureau. 503 Mh aye.; entrance on 424.
HOUSEWORKER wanted immediately: two In
family; $25: bring reference; place walling.
yfrr.-. Aurustes P-ureau. fIS2 «th aye.
HOf T EWORKBR. for Long Island; two in farn-
Vr. : $25. Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau. 25
West 42(3 St.. R(W_2[__
HOUSEWORKER. for Greenwich; three in fam
!!v will take inexperienced girl and train her;
?I8." 'Mist FitzGerald's Employment Bureau. 503
f.th aye. *
HOUSCWORXER— Two in family; will take girl
without much e*perfenoe: any nationality; good
home: $1?- Miss FitzGerald's Employment Bu
reau. 50?, sth ave^
IMMEDIATELY — Good cook; private family;
abort distance out; $30; bring references. Ol
pon"s Bureau. 729 Lexington aye., between _Sth
and SOth sts. "•'■'■
LAUNDRESS — No shirts or collars; must be ca
pable ana willing; for city; $25 Miss Fltz-
Geralds Employment Bureau. 503 sth aye. : en
trance en 42d ft. *
UAITXDRES6 — Thrse In family; want girl •wlth
ovt much experience: pood opportunity to learn
laundering; $22. Miss FitzGerald's Employment
Bureau. f>O3 .Vh ___*.
LAUNDRE??, assist wltn chamberwork; three
in family; willing and obliging; $30. M!ss
F!tzO« -■ralf'.'F En-iplc\Tncnt Bureau. 503 sth aye. ;
entrance en 42d St.
I ACNDRBSS end USEFUL MAID: must be
'willing and obliging; three in family; $25. Miss
FitrGeraM's Employment Bureau. .V) 3 Sth aye.
LAUNDRESS, for Connecticut; four in family:
$30*. Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau, 25 West
42d St.. Room 207.
LAUNDRESS Private family: excellent place;
near city: |23; come ready for work. Olson's
Bureau. 723 Lexincrton aye., between sSth and
f.Oth i-ts. ; !
t_»TTVDRESS wanted for Camp Farewell; 28
young lady members: fare paid; $25. Augu.-te's
B«reau. 6fi2 6thave__
NURSE for child, 10 months: must be capable;
references- $30. Miss FitzGerald's Employment
Bureau 503* _th aye.; entrance on 4-d st.
NURSE— French preferred; two children, 8 and
IS years has under nurse: must have excel
lent " references. Miss FitzGerald's Emplo>Tnent
Bureau. 503 Mil arc
OSTRICH FEATHERS— Sewers, selectors and
girls over 10 years to learn: steady work; good
pay. Green & .athan. 48 Weft 4th st.
PASTRY COOK for large boarding house; $10
week. Miss FitzGerald's Employment Bureau,
503 Mb aye ; entrance 42d st.
SPANISH-ENGLISH STENOGRAPHER— Must
be thoroughly competent in English stenog
raphy and translate Into Spanish. Jupp Ex
change. S7 Nassau ft.
STENOGRAPHER— FemaIe; <Vntllr; experi
enced; $50 month. National Employment Ex
change. 47 West 42d tt.
STENOGRAPHER — Must be competent to handle
law work; give reference and experience, which
must be the beet. R. S.. Box 45. Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER, who has al6o a knowledge of
bookketplnK; position Is permanent to desir
able, competent party. B. W., Box 123, Tribune
Office.
STENOGRAPHER (bright beginner will do) for
Insurance ofßc* . must have good education.
Juj-j' Exchange. S7 Nassau st.
USEFUL MAID— Two in family; willing, oblig
ing: for two weeks; $10 per week. Miss KHz-
GeraM's Employment Bureau. 503 sth aye.: en
tn-r.<~" en 42(5 »t.
WAITRESS and CHAMBERMAID, for a summer
hotel In the Catskilis; good wages and per
<,uit-!te« Irwln's Bureau. "7 We?t 11th at.
WAITRESS, any nationality, for cix week*; J2.V
iliss ttzGtraM's Employment Bureau, 503 sth
aye.: entrance on 42d st. _^
WANTED— Genera! houseworker for small fam
ily; wages $25. Apply Mine. August, 682 6th
aye. ' -'•'•' ■
WOMAN, middle aged, for . light housework;
good home, in email family; etate age, wag.
and why unemployed. J. P. M., Box 40. Tribune
Office.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, *TTXE L'S. 1910.
help wanted.
denials.
WE WISH a first class plain cook (white) for
July. August and September, to do all the
work in a small camp in Massachusetts for from
four to six persons; she must be smart, capable
and willing to do anything required, as we have
no room for extra help; we are willing to pay
■well for the right person. Box 12. Tribune Office.
WOMAN, middle age. general housework; small
family; washing sent out if wage Is reasonable;
state age. wage. etc. M. P. j. # Box 40. Tribune
Off. co
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, for clergyman's
hous*; has another maid; $25. Miss FitzGer
ald's Employment Bureau. 503 6th aye.; en
trance en 42d st.
WORrf WANTED,
MaJe.
ACCOUNTANT.— Expert; all l!ne«; ability, in
tegrity, honesty, recommendations; auditor,
systematizer. balances; keeps book*; $2 50 week
ly upward; reasonable. Nernerov, Platlron
Flatlron Building.
BOOKBINDER. —SkiIfuI. A. S. P., Box 22.
Tribune Office.
BOOKKEEPER — Ten years' experience; desires
to change present poeition; expert double entry
and safety sysieir.; best reference and steady
worker: systems installed. Accountant, Box
43. Tribune Office.
CHAUFFEUR. — An excellent young mechanic;
| understands all machines; careful driver; ref
j erences. McCa Hum's Bureau, cor. 3lst st. and
4th are. To).. 5706 — Madlgon So.. . .
I CHAUFFEUR. — with private family; sober.
willing and obliging; competent, careful driver;
do own repairs; on both foreign and domestic
cam; beet written and personal references.
Write or call, Campbell. 43 West ggth st. :
CHAUFFEUR.— in Europe; married;
mechanic; 3 years with present employer. C.
P.. Tribune Uptown Office. 1304 Broadway. j
CHAUFFEUR. 38; American car; city preferred; j
best of references. Peake, 251 West 26th at. j
CHAUFFEUR— Wishes position, family going
abroad. Inquire Masholu Garage. 1.0 East
76th Bt-
COLLEGE MAN. 21. as clerk In summer hotel:
two seasons' experience. S. X.. Box 25. Trib- ;
iir.6 Office. !
ELECTRICIAN.— HoteI. building or factory;
understands all repairing. Ocsko. care of
David. 324 East 55th St.
MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN.— 23; German;
2H years shop and 6 years' drafting ex
perience in structural steel work. M. D., Box
25. Tribune Office.
STABLE FOREMAN.— German, middle aged:
careful and strictly sober; wishes charge of
business stable; best references. March. 712 3d
aye.. Brooklyn. ___ j
STENOGRAPHER, experienced. 25 years, de
sires position with future In view. Terry, .4 (
East 62d ft. '__
WINDOW arid house cleaning at reasonable
rates. Acmen. 322 Went 50th pt.
YOUNG MAN. 28, executive ability, bright, well I
educated; good penman and correspondent;
reasonable salary; be6t reference. E. Schlff, 031
Park aye. — — |
YOUNG MAN 21, seeks position where there is ;
chance for advancement; three years In present
position. Martin. 149 East Bth st.. Brooklyn. j
YOUNG MAN (18>. thoroughly experienced
office assistant. Elliott-Fisher operator and
bookkeeper; can furnish best references. Box
K. L. No. 3. Tribune Office.
Female.
GOOD stenographic typewriting work: rea
sonable rates. 95 William Bt.. Room Sid
'Phone 4206 — John. .
SWELL DRESSMAKER, established at present;
expert fitter; original designer: out by day
part of time In exchange for board or room: city
country. Address Opportunity. Tribune Uptown
Office. 13v4 Broadway.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Male.
BUTLER (French).— Highest references: good
silver cleaner; makes all salads: go any
where. Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau, -5
West 42d st- 'Phone 3039 Bryant.
BUTLER and VALET.— Useful man or butler
in small place; young, tall Swede; good ap
pearance; excellent references; 535. Oster
berg's Bureau. 716 Lexington aye.
BUTLERS, second men. useful men. valets, ,
coachmen and gardeners; all nationalities.
Waldorf Bureau, 12 West 33d et. 'Phone 000
MarMscn. __
COACHMAN.— EngIish: single man; thoroughly
understands his business; city or country; 7
years with last employer; willing and obliging;
best of references. John Kidd. 987 Cth aye., one
flight. . . -
COACHMAN. — Generally useful: superior rec
ommendations; thorough horseman, groom,
driver- economical manager; understands
lawns, flowers: absolutely sober, trustworthy;
single: anywhere. 258 West 36th Bt.
COACHMAN (35): thoroughly understands
business: first class driver; city, country;
sober; useful man around gentleman's place;
care automobiles, garden, lawn*; best personal (
written references. John, Tribune Uptown (
Office. 1364 Broadway. j
COACHMAN. — First class; single: thoroughly
experienced: care horses, carriages, harness;
careful driver; city or country; generally useful;
references; Thomas. 224 East 42d st.
COACHMAN.— Usefur man; North of Ireland;
married, no children: best care of horses, har
ness and carriages; well recommended. Carpen
ter's Bureau. 154 6th aye.
COACHMAN-GARDENER- -Scotch; competent,
trustworthy: excelient reference of Beyen
veare; with cottage; wages. $50 to $60 Juhen
bureau. 47 West 42d st. _Tel.. JBryant— 43Bl.
COUPLET.^Germa.n; $50; man general outside
work, gardener and care of horses, cows; wife
c->ok and laundress; references. Ma;hewson Bu
reau. SIP 6th aye. Tel., 378 — Bryant. _ _ _ _
COUPLE and sister in private family; man
cook butler; willing to make himself useful;
wife '.-.oainstres*. nurse: sister chambermaid,
waitress, etc.; best references. B. Berger, 228
East 4<lth st.
COUPLE— German: man gardener, useful: wife
cook laundress, houseworker; good reference;
willing and obliging; wages. $50. Jullen Bureau,
47 west CM st. T.TI.. Bryant— -M.
COUPLE fyoung Swedish').— Cook, laundress
or housework; man, coachman, gardener,
useful- references; $.">O. Osterberg's Bureau,
7 1 « l.f xlngton aye. Tel. lOSS Plaza^
F4PMHAND, $25; German; gocd milker, team-
Fter etc • c-iod in general farm work; speaks
English: references. Mathewson Bureau, 818 6th
aye. Tel.. 37?— Bryant.
ARMHAND -— USBFUI* MEN.— Married couples
for farms and gentlemen's country places;
iKngllFh. German and Swedish a specialty.
I Mathewson Bureau, SIS 6th aye. Tel., 3.S - Bry
ant.
FARM MANAGER or foreman on gentleman's
place— By maxried man; thoroughly competent;
g^ references. W. M.. Pleasantville Station.
Westches_er_County : .
GARDENER— Ut* experliare In vegetables
fruit flowers, lawns and drives; handy with
carpenter's tools; eleven years in last place;
' btst of references. T. F. Martin, 181 Lake aye.
Greenwich. Conn.
HANDY MAN— Aged colored man, as handy
man Li or outside city during the summer
months; best city reference can be given. G.
W. . 1777 3d aye.
NURSE attendant or companion, by man of
40 of education, refinement and good ap
' marance- competent in all branches of sani
tarium and hospital work: proficient masseur;
first class references; remuneration secondary
to desirable position. Irwin's Nurses' Regis
try. 77 W«at 11th at.
USEFUL MAN.— Fifty; healthy, active; city or
country- experienced all around; care of pri
vate places, house, stable, garden, handy with
tools etc.: references. W. T.. 318>i 7th st,
Jersey City. N. J. . j
USEFUL HOUSEMAN. — Young. experiencrd
Swede, still in place, wishes -ositlon Ist
July excellent references. Osterberg's Bureau, j
710" Lexlngt on_ aye. Tel. l<t« JPlaza.
I vs"ETFUL MAN.— German ; $25: competent all j
round with horsee. cows, garden, etc. ; refer- j
er.ces. Mathewson Bureau, 818 t>th aye. TeL.
l Siß-7-_Bry_nt : .
USEFUL MAN — VALET. — German; middle a*e; j
in private family; thoroughly competent; good
references. Henry. 37 East 65th st.
Female
CHA.MBERMAID. WAIITRESS or CHILD'S
NURSE Protestant, excellent reference; very
capable." woman. D.. Miss Hofmayei-s Bureau.
320 ftth aye.. ninth floor. Tel. 4527 Madison bq.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress— By young, neat
' Norwegian girl Just out of employment: ex
cellent references: $22. Osterberg's Bureau,
71.' Lexington m Tel. 1058 Plaza.
CHAMBERMAID— Competent Scotch girl ;
sewer bf6t references; wages $25 Call 'at
Lang & Boecherer Co.'s Bureau, 43-45-47 West
33d st.
CHAMBERMAID, seamstress. — Toung Swedish
cTI- willing t.-> assist waitress; understands
maid's duties: excellent references. Osterherg's
Bureau 716 Lexington aye. Tel. 1055 Plaza.
CHAM A ID-WAITRESS.- Protestant; neat.
exnerienced girl: excellent reference; $20. Wal
dorf Bureau. 12 West 33d st. 'Phone 300 Madi
son. L_
FhTmBERMAID or waitress and parlor maid
young experlenrvd frirl; excellent references.
H N. Miss ritzGeiald's Bureau, 503 Oth aye.
Entrance 4_2d___t.
Chambermaid and waitress.— strong,
vounjr neat ' Swedish girl; excellent; best of
reference* Osterberg's Bureau. 716 Lexing
ton aye. Tei.. 10» P'»»a.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.— By neat
" young Scotch Protestant: understands her
work personal reference; city or country.
Call Mrs. Cooper's Agency. 657 6th aye. and
Sftth st
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS for hotel or
private family, and cook and laundress; $2 •
and $25 McCallunVs Bureau, cor. 31st st. and
4th aye Tel__67o6— Madison Bq. |
riHMBERMAID and WAITRESS.— Good, neat,
C dean Finnish girl; country preferred; $22; ref
erence. Bchuman'B Bureau, 324 Columbus aye.
Tel. 7fe&4— Schuyler. ;
COOK — By nortti of Ireland Protestant; very
competent: personal reference; city or coun
try Call Mrs Cooper's Agency. C 57 6th aye.
and 3ftth st. :
COOK laundress, chambermaid and waitress.
by two young Irish Protestant girls; per
sonal reference: city or country. Call Mrs.
Cower Agen^v- f '"7 «th aye. and 3Sth St.
FfinK —A _ood all round French cook.' but of
Finnish nationality $25; very best references.
! Schuman's Bureau. 324 Columbus aye. Tel. 7604
! — Schuyler. .
i^cceptlonally neat young woman, strictly
first cla»s- good references: city or country; ,
Mr« ™ Com* rj__A?enry, 122 West st. |
frtnK —Neat Swedish: excellent baker: takes I
entire "care kitchen; apartment preferred;
references- 52.',. Oet^rb-rg's Bureau. 716 Lex
ffggrg,V_*T>i. 1055 Pl»«a.
T^viV- Excellent all around cook; $30; well
recommended. X.. M!t»s Ho/mayer's Bureau.
32™Mh ™ye.. ninth floor. Telephone 4.-,-" Madi
son Square. „ .
>nr>K— German; young; excellent: first cl«Fa ref- :
erence; go anyy where: wages .$35 to $40. j
I j_l"n Bureau. 47 West 42d «t. Tel.. Bryant- ,
i_bl.
EXCU R SIO N S.
DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TOURS
(RATES INCLUDE EVERY 'EXPENSE) _
JIXY 6— Rangeley Lakes, Moosehead Lake, Bar Harbor. T>,,,n«wlck Sum-
JULY o— Moosefaead Lake. Maritime Province, St. John River. New .»"»»•*«*• Nova
merside and Charlottetown. Prince Edward Island, Halifax. Annapolis alley.
ECOt JtXY 11— Boston. Moosehead Lake. Bar Harbor. Mount Desert. „, ,* on U anids of the
.THY 13— Niagara Falls. Muskoka Lakes, Toronto Thousand Islands Bapmsoi in
St. Lawrence. Montreal. Ausable Chasm. Lake Champlain. Lake George and Saratoga
JULY 13— Glen Summit Springs. Niagara Falls, Alexandria Bay. the Rapias oi m
Lawrence. Montreal. Bo ton „a gara Falls . Thousand „,_ d Rapid- of the St
Lawrence. Montreal. Lower St" Lawrence. Sasuenay River Quebec th* hit* Mo Notch.
Twin Mountain House. Fabyan House. Cra^v-ford House Mount WUlar^Crawiora in
Jl LV 14— Adirondack Mountains ('nclun.nK Lake Placid Mirror Lake HK^ th _
Wilmington Pass. Cascade Lakes, the beautirul Keene \ alle> . .vusaDic
town) Ausable Chasm. Lake Cbamplain. Lak« ' Oeoijw and Saratoga
Lakes pronto. Boston River and Rapids. Montreal. Quebec. Twin
l^^Si^ii^ii^^li Twin Moun
tain HouVW.yan House. Crawford House the CYawford Notch Chasm Montreal the
Lower *&£%?c?S*g£*y°ni?Z. Quebec. Twin Mountain House, Fabyan Hcuso.
Crawford House, and the Crawford Notch Ontario, the Rapids of the
St. Lawrence. Montreal. Ausable Chasm. LaK*> , a*e , _ & _ d prjnce
Edwa^YsllnZ^^^^ the AnnaPOHS Valley<
Wolfville. Halifax. Charlottetown. etc. ™~^-_^i_^
/ 4BOVE TOURS WILL BE OUniC^J)UKiyG ATOCST ANP SEPTEMBER
Three Tours around th^^^ and South— other parties will also visit
Three Tours around^* orid- -a. t.^.^ Nonnwest and Callfor nla.
RAYMOND (El WHITCOMB CO.
225 FIFTH AVENUE. NEW YORK. i WHICH BOOKLET MAY WE SEND YOU? !
Phone. Madison 6270. - . ■ — '
| 4th ol July Excursions 1
1 I ->fl1_T!~ NIAGARA FALLS, - 59.00 |
__ iUt-'AfttUJLa JULY 1 (evening trains*. 2 and 3 (all trains H
$ except the Black Diamond Express), return m
% I ?r«Ta^l_-fcT;T - until July etn - Is
■-. Vdli^y GLEN OXOKO and i . i SO I
I --_ , -b MAUCH CHUNK. ) 1
I |>r_fl«._-_Ori JULT 3 AND 4 3
I t&dlllOcill BELLEWOOI) i^ARK, ■ 1.00 |
I SPECIAL TRAINS | JULY 3 and 4. and every Sunday. 1 m
SPECIAL TRAINS » ' 1
» Leave New York for For particulars, inquire: jg
_ Niagara Falls July 2. 0.10 A. M. 14C0. 355 and. 140 Broadway, Hudson Terminal and _
I Mauch Chunk... July 3& 4. 5.25 A. M. Pennsylvania Ferries, New York; 211 Market bt.. I
I Bcllewood Park.. July 3& 4. 8.55 A. M. Newark; 30 Flatbush Aye and Annex Ferry. ■
i Time shown Is from West 23d St. Brooklyn. Fare, via Annex Ferry, 15c. additional.^
s t'% l^^^^Tajf^^y'j
ALL TICKETS INCLUDE ADMISSION TO
DREAMLAND.
Greatest Amusement Enterprise in the World.
Leave West 129 th St.. N. R.. 9:00. 9:45.
10:30, 11:30 A. M.; 12:15, 1:00. 2:00. 2:45. 3:30,
4:1.".. 5:15, 6:30. 7:30. 8:40 P. M.
Leave Pier 1. N. R.. 0:45. 10:30. 11:15 A. M.:
12:15. 1:00. 1:45. 2:45. 3:30. 4:15. 5:00. 6:00,
6:40. 7:15. S:ls. 9:30 P. M. '
Leave Iron Pier. Coney Island. 10:55. 11:40
A. M.; 12:25. 1:25. 2:10. 2:65. 3:55, ♦4:55. 5:25.
6:10. »7:10, 7:50. 5:25. 9:25. 10:40 P. M.
Returning from Coney Island trip marked •
does not go to 129 th Street. N. R.
Round Trip Tickets {ggff j.^.^jff 4 "o^nts
STKASnER TAURUS makes trips KVERY DAY
to FISHING BANKS. Leaves 120 th St.. N. R.,
7:20 A. M. ; Pier mew) 1. N. R.. 8:20 A. M.
Bait and tackle on board. Fare: Gentlemen,
75c; Ladies, 60c: Children. 25c.
STEAMER "GRAND REPUBLIC"
ROCKAWAY BEACH
I.v. Yonkers 5:45 A. M.
Lv. foot 129 th St.. N. R., 9:45 A. M. *2:00 P. M.
Lv. Pier (new) No. 1, N. R.. 10:45 A. M.. 2:45
P. M.
Lv. Rockaway Beach, 12:30 P. M.. 5:30 P. M.
Trip marked * transfer to Str. "Grand Re
public" at Pier 1. N. R.
Round Trip Tickets, 50c; Children, 25c.
Include adm. to Steeplechase Park at R'k'way.
SPECIAL TRIPS FOR
Including Tickets and Hotels
Niagara Falls 3 Days . . .$14.75 up
Atlanta Cltr . 3 Pays. . . 10.0« up
Thousand Islands 4 Days...- ID.oO tip
Bermuda 0 Days 37.50 up
Thousand Islands. St.
Lawrence & Lakes.. 6 Days. . • • 4».00 up
Send for Descriptive Circular
THOS. COOK & SON,
245 Broadway, 264 and 563 Fifth Aye..
649 Madison Aye.. New York.
Tours to Europe and Passion Play.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Femaie
rnov— Hungarian ; take full charge; competent;
°?_h-st references; with kltchenmaid: wages.
<50- ko anywhere. Julien Bureau. 47 West 42d
st ' Tel.. Bryant-4381.
COOK —German; first class; good baker; best
references; wages $35-$4 O. Call at Lane &
!Boe-rfereV Oo.'s igean. 43-45-47 West 33d st.
COOK —Seven years' reference from last em
ployer; understands all branches cooking.
Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau. 25 West 42d st.
' ■Phone 803 ft Bryant. ,
COOK (Swedish).— all branches
of cooking: excellent references E. X.. Miss
FitzGerald's Bureau, 503 sth aye. Entrance on
42d st. ; _^
COOK OR CHAMBERMAID— Brooklyn pre
" ferred; call or address present employer;
three years' reference. Nora Callahan. 3 Pros
pect st*.. East Orange. N. J. .
V-rinTC lAL'XDEESS. — Nt at, capable young \
CC ;°oman* excellent reference; $80. Waldorf Bu
reatii 12 West _8d st. •Phone_3oo Madison. ___ i
COOK and LAUNOKBSS-CHAMBERMAID and
WAITRESS —Two young girls: go together;
city or country; $20 to $25. McCallum's Bureau.
31 st st. and 4th_aye. ■ . „ .
COOK-LAUNDRESS— Small family; very good
wok: moderate wages; city or country. Mrs.
Collier's Agency. 122 est 23d st.
COOK —Excellent manager; good baker: very
economical- written and personal references;
cither country. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122 West
23d st.
COUPLE— Woman first class cook, excellent
taker- man useful, good gardener: understands
horses cows; city, 'country Morrow's Bureau.
721 Lexington aye.. corner oSth st.
DAY'S^WORK.— colored woman for
day's work or washing: home or few hours
! daHy MiME. Perkins, 13S_We t _______
HOUSEKEEPER.— highly respected widow,
no incumbrances. a* housekeeper, not afraid
of work or act as companion and u?efii# assistant
to mvalid: city or country; best references. Re
fined. Box 43. Tribune Office. .
' HOUSEWORKER.— Protestant ; competent; good
I coook. laundress; small family; reference. Wil
j son 255 West rs. a th_st.
I HOUSEWORK. ETC. — General houseworker
or chambermaid and waitress: young neat
Swedish- ff©od cook and waitress; best refer
ences Osterborg's Bureau. 710 Lexington
aye : tei. 1055 Plaaa. ; -
HOUSEWORK, without "washing, by an excep
tionally neat young woman; good cook and
wekr" ssf city preferred; excellent references.
call Irwin's Bureau. 77 West lltn st.
HOTTSEWOBKER' OR COOK— Middle aged
I American woman; no washing; country pre
ferred; best reference. Carpenter's Bureau. 164
! 6th aye. — — — —
HOUSEWORK.— Two bright young Finnish rl3 '
! lately landed, for general housework; $14; can
! recommend. Schuman's Bureau, 324 Columbus
lave. Tel., 7S94— Schuyler
HOUSEW63RKBR— first class cook; neat,
competent; excellent reference: city only;
wages $25. Julien Bureau. 47 West 42d st.
Tel.. Bryant— .
HOUPEWORKER— By strong, willing y"un«
woman; good family cook . personal refer
ence city or country. Call Mrs. Cooper. 657
Bth aye. and 33th st.
HiSfNVWORK — Young, nat girl; lately landed;
Hsl4H $14 wining and obliging. MrCallum's Bu
reau? cor. 31st st. and 4th aye. Tel., 6706—Madi
son So I.__1 .__ ____— —
INFANT'S NURSE— Scotch; very competent
trustworthy; highest reference takes full
charge- wages. $30. Julien Bureau. 47 West 4.M
st. Tel.. Bryant— __.
LADY'S MAID. — German: competent packer and
traveller- good seamstress; best references:
wages $30. Call at Lang & Boecherer Co.'s Bu
reau, 43-45-4" West S3d st.
LADY'S MAlD— Swedish: good mrsseuse; will
care for invalid lady: good seamstress. will
ing, obliging: excellent references. E. A..
Mil's Fitzgerald's Bureau. 50J1.— -.— v *'
LADY'S MAID or chambermaid; seamstress;
"French: young; very competent: first claE«
references; wages. 126 to $30. Julien Bureau. j
47 West 42d^jt. Tel., Bryant—
LADY'S MAID — Excellent references; good
seamstress, hairdresser, manicure, facial mas
sairf first-class reference?. Mis* Margaret
Smith's Bureau. -5 West 42d. 3030 Bryant.
LADY going to Kurope desires to place excel
lent German cook; also chauffeur; dls.?n
eared Juno 29 Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lex
ington aye ; Pla7.a 102 S. '___
LAX)Y'H MAID — North German: excellent
seamstress, dressmaker, hairdresser, packer
and traveller: Al references. R. Miss Fltz
gerald 1!'1 !' Bureau. 503 sth -ave.. corner 42d.
LAi;NDRESS-CHAMBERMAID — Mother first
clnse laundiess. fine lingerie, shirts, collars,
cuffs: daughter chambetwork. excellent man,
stress; ether 11.. Miss Fitzgerald's Uu
re«u._.'iiC r.ilr-ave. .1
I^ADY'S MAlD— Hairdresser, goo.i seametresa.
packer and traveller ; understands h«r duties
thoroughly; nine years' reference from one em
ployer. M B. Miss FltzGeraia'g Bureau, 603
Sth aye., entrance 42.1 «t.
LACNDRESri.— Swedish; experienced in all
branches; exceptionally neat: good references;
*25 without shirts: $3o with. Waldorf Bureau.
IS West ."{3d st. 'Phone 800 Madison.
LAUNDRESS — Good on fine shirtwaists; re
liable; well recommended; would go out or
take- email work homo. Mrs. Miller, [M \Ve«l
117tb bt
EX CU R S I Q N3. .
SQ NIAGARA
if FALLS
AND RETURN
Via ERIE RAILROAD
Going July I,
2 and 3.
GHAUTAUQUA LAKE
AND RETURN
$11.75
Going July 8 and 29.
Additional details at 393 and 1159
Broadway and other Erie offices.
RURAL SUMMER HOMES
Free Booklet, illustrating and describ
ing pleasant places in the Mountains of
Orange, Sullivan and Delaware Counties.
N. V.. and Pike, Wayne and Monroe
Counties, Pa. Any Agent.
CHARHiNQ EXCURSIONS
West Point, Newburgh & Poughkeepsie
Daily (except Sunday! by Palace HUDSON
i RIVER DAY LINE STEAMERS HENDRKK
HUDSON. ROBERT FULTON and ALBANY.
: SEE STEAMBOAT COLUMN.
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
WEST POSSET
STEAMER MARY "POWELL.
Leaving Desbrosses St.. 1:45; W. 42d St., 2:00;
TV 120 th St.. 2:20 P. M. Return to N. Y. by
; Str "ALBANY." $1.00. or by rail. $1.10. Dally.
except Sunday. Orchestra. Cadets in Camp.
OO MESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
Female.
MANAGER.— Excellent manager; good baker;
very economical; written and personal refer
ences; city or country. Mrs. Collier's Agency,
122 West 23d st.
LAUNimKSS. — First ciaes; to go out by the
clay or steady position. 613 Sth aye.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER. Scotch Protest
ants; woman houseworker. good cook; can
bakf>; daughter chambermaid and nurse.
Morrow's Bureau, 721 Lexington aye.. corner
sSth.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER — Tallorese ami
B'-arnßtress; daughter makes fine lingerie
dresses: reference; country or Newport. J..
Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 503 sth aye., en
trance 42d.
NEAT GERMAN GIRL — Chambermaid ami
waitress or nurse: excellent seamstress; will
ing and obliging; city or country. Morrow's
Bureau, 721 Lexington aye.
T--URSE? for children and infants; all nationali
ties; Investigated references. Waldorf Bureau,
12 West 33d st. 'Phone 300 Madison.
NURSE — Scotch; thoroughly understands th"
care of infants; makes all foods; excellent
references. Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau,
25 West 42d; 'phono 30X0 Bryant.
NURSE.— By experienced young girl to care for
child; willing to go to country; good refer
encea Call or write McManus, 75 Hunter aye..
Long Island City.
NURSE— English; charge of child one year or
older; makes children's dresses, embroiders,
speak? French; references. G. 0.. Miss Fitz-
G^rald's Bureau. 503 sth aye. Entrance 42d i=t.
NURSE — Will take entire charge infant or older
children; six years' reference: understands
foods, etc. M., Mi3s FitzGerald's Bureau, 503
Sth ava Entrance 42d st.
NURSB and SEAMSTRESS. — Experienced Ger
man girl; ;<est references: wages $25. Call at
I>an< & Boecherer Co.'s Bureau, 43—45-47 We.st
33d st.
NURSERY GOVERNE3S.--Ref.ned North Ger
man; good sewer; best references; wages $-5
530. Call at Lang _ Boecherer Oo.'s Bureau, 43
45-47 West 33d st.
TWO GIRLS — Cook and waitress: both com
petent; do entire work private family. Mor
row's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.; Plaza 1928.
WAITRESS and PARLORMAlD— Experienced:
understands salads, wines, carving, etc.; will-
Ing: assist other work. D. M., Miss FitzGerald's
Buieau. 503 Sth aye.. corner 42d st.
WAITRESS. — Neat Scotch girl: well up In all
duties- good references; $2.1; another $.V>. Wal
dorf Bureau. 12 West 33d st. 'Phone 800 Madi
son.
WAITRESS — First clißs references; makes ill
salads; understands serving wines; can
carve. >liss Margaret Smith's Bureau, 25
West 42d St.: 'phone r.039 Bryant.
WAITRESS.— First class. Can be seen at pres
ent employer's. 5 West 57th st.
WAITRESS. — By young girl; city or country;
excellent reference. 'Phone 4227— Plaza.
WAITRESS and PARLORMAID. — Competent
young girl: best references; wages $25. Call at
Lang & Boecherer Co.'s Bureau. 43-45-47 West
83d st.
WAITREPS-PARLORMAID — Very neat girl;
excellent waitress; understands making
salads, care silver, etc.; excellent references.
Osterbf-rc's Bureau. 716 T.fxlngton aye.
WoMAN as houseworker: has 14-years old son
who can wait and be useful; %2Z>. Miss Shea's
Bureau. 8 Enst 42d st.
YOUNG GIRL as good plain cook in private
family: good city references; call from 10 to
12 o'clock at 101 East 4<>h st.
PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE.
The Antique Furniture Exchange
13-15 W. 2STH ST.. NR RWAY.
Thr leading ;in:i.jMc sliop.
"By far the largest collection and
much the lowest prices"; all goods
sold on commission basis regardless
of antiquity, history, or valu-?.
This i?- headquarters fur bargain..
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN OKDER OF HON.
Abnor C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice ls hereby given to all per
sons having claims against Mar/ A. Allaire,
late r.f the County of New York, deceased, to
present ihp sanit with vouchers thereof to the
PUbFi-rlui n at their place oi transacting busi
ness, the office of James Demarest. No. 14D
Nassau Street, in The City of New York, on or
before the first day of September next.
L>ated New York, the eleventh day of February,
1910. DUST AN ALLAIRE.
WILLIAM S. McCOTTER.
fcJxecutors.
JAMES T.i KM A REST. Attorney for Executor*.
HO Nassau .^t.. New York City.
FURNISHED RQOMS TQ tXT.
URGE, STJ&WT CORNER ROOM, runnln*
water; private family; beautiful location, facing
the HudS'in. telephone. Harrison. West 101 st
st. Telephone riOOO — R!v»rslde
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY.
A DRESSMAKER. — If >.■'' re-julre a handsome.
well made, becoming and well flttllng gown,
ccnsult an experienced dressmaker,' especially
successful In frowning elderly ladles; prompt, re
liable and reasonable. :.:i..<i. Cully. .■- West
*Slh ft.

TIME TABLES.
BOSTON aw mints in
LONG ISLAND SCUND ROUTES
FALL RIVER LINE. Via Newport and Fall
River. I.v. Pi Pr la, N. R.. ft. Warren St.. week
days and Sundays, 5:30 P. M. Strs. COMMON
WEALTH and PRISCILLA. Orchestr- on each.
PROVIDENCE line, via Providence. Leave
pier 18. North River, foot Murray St.. week
days only. 8:00 p. M. Steamers PROVIDENCE
and PLYMOUTH. Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE. Via New London. Lv. Pier
40. N. R.. ft. Clarkion St., week day». 5:00
P. M.: Pier 70. E. R.. ft. E. 22d St.. 6:30 P. M.
Strs. CITY OF LOWELL and CHESTER W.
CHAPIN.
NEW BEDFORD LINE, for New Bedford.
Wood's Hole, Martha's Vineyard. N»ntuckct.
Mattapoisett, Marion and Cape Cod points.
Leave Pier 40, North River. foot of CHIHW
Street, week days only, at 8:00 p. M, Steamers
MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE.
NEW HAVEN LINE for New Haven. Hart
ford. Springfield and North. Leave Pier 28.
E. R.. week days, 2:45 P. M. : Sundays, 9:30
A. M. Foot East 22nd St.. week days. 8:00
p. M.; Sundays. 10:00 A. M. Str. RICHARD
PECK.
SPECIAL NOTICE.— The trip of the steam
er RICHARD PECK from New York to New
Haven on Thursday. June 30th. will be
omitted.
Tickets, staterooms and information at City
Ticket Office. 171 Broadway, near Cortlandt
St. Telephone 5121 Cortlandt. Also at N. V
Transfer and Tourist Offices and at Piers
l'alatial Steamers "HENDRICK HU_>s>ON,"
! "ROBERT FULTON." "ALBANY. 1 and "MARY J
j POWELL" of the Hudson River Day Line, fast- !
jestj est and finest river boats in the world.
Lv«. Read down. Arr. Read up.
A.M. 'A.M. I P.M. | Dally, ex. Sun. ! A M. 'P.M. M
I 8:00 ] t JB'klyn Annex t [6:20:
8:40 9:40 l:4s[.Desbr'ses ' 11:45; 6:00|."
t»:00 10:00 1 2:oot.West 42d St..] 11:20 5:30 8:40
I 9:2010:201 20 1. West 12» St..lll:OO 5:10 S:10
I 0:46 10:50 ! ...Yenkers...) 1 4:30 7:35
I ( 4:50 Highl'd Falls] 8:40| I
11:50 1:00' 5:00 ..West P'nt. . 8:35 2:50 5:45
«1:25 5:25].. Cornwall ..I S:ls »5:20
i 12:25 1:40 5:46 Xewburgh ! S:o<)| 2:15! 5:05
6:15 New Hamb'g.l 7:30! (
6:30 ... Milton ...I 7:151 ]
1:15 2:35 6:45 ro'keepsl* t 7:00 1:20 4:10
I 2-101 Kingston Pt. ! 12:23
1 7:43.. Kingston .. 6:00
3-25 I Catskill ..I 11:00
3:40 .. Hudson .. 10:40
6:10! Albany 8:30 !
! P.M. I P.M. (P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M.
•Connecting: at Cornwall with O. & W. Ry.
Special trains to Catskill Mt. resorts and Sara
toga, and easy connections to all points East.
North, and West. Through ticket* and baggage |
checked at offices of N. Y. Transfer Co. Through :
rail tickets between N. Y. and Albany accepted.
Most delightful one-half and one-day outings to
West Point, »wbnrgh. or Poughkeeprie, re
turning on any down Day boat. Meals served
at all hours. Mnsle.
STB. MARY POWELL 2S^~ _
Perfect Afternoon Outing. Leave Desbrosses St.
1-45 P. M.. connecting at West Point with
OTD II OIUV dc* West 42d **• 8:40 P. M.
OIH. flLDflrll Orchestra on each steamer.
B-KISS-lfel^l-l
Modern — Safe — Reliable,
PEOPLES LINE TO ALBANY
ST'R ADIRONDACK (even dates .Tune July).
FT'R C W. MORSE (alternating)— Pier 32. . ••
R foot Canal st.. 6 P. M.. W. 129 th st 6.30
P. 'M Weekdays and Sundays. From a oany
Weekdays and Sundays I P. M. ORtHEaTRA.
Str. Hen»sel3*r and Trojan of th« Citizens
Line step at Albany in both directions, largely
Increasing Albany service.
CITIZENS LIE TO ALBANY i TROY
New Strs. TROJAN or RENSSELAER. pier 4<%
N R. ft. West 10th St.. 1 P. M.; Tonkers. •
P. M. Weekdays and Sundays. From Troy-Week
days and Sundays 7.80 P. M. Albany 8.30
Excellent cuisine and service. Direct rail_ con
nection at Albany and Troy for points North.
East and West; N. Y. Central and West Shore
tickets accepted for passage between New York.
Albany and Troy In either direction. Horses
and automobiles carried at reasonable rates.
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company
BSF VACATION
BERMUDA
$2O and Up. Hound Trip
The "Land of Perpetual Spring." average tem
perature 70 degrees, 700 miles out in the At
lantic Ocean, In the pure sea breezes.
Golf, Tennis, Boating, Finning, Bathing, %nd
Cyclic*.
Lilies and oleanders now in full bloom.
TABIQC 8 Days $35. & Up
lUUIIO 9 Days $37.50
Including transportation, hotel accommoda
tions and shore excursions.
Br Magnificent TRENT fi(M)O
New * Fast R. M. S. IftC 1* I tons
Sailing Saturday, July 2; Wednesday, July 13;
Saturday. July 23. and every ten days thereafter
from Pier 52. North River. H. V.. 10 A. M.
Wireless Telegraphy and Bilge Keels. Orchestra.
High-class Cuisine. Electric Fans in all State
rooms,
Sandernon & Son. Ajrts.. 21-23 State St.. N. T.
AMERICAN LINE F! _rS a: __ a -
X. V. — Plymouth — Cherboars; — Soutaami»ton
Philadelphia July 21 New York July 1«
St. Louis July 9, St. Paul July 23
RED STAR LINE ETSin.
XKW YORK — DOVER — ANTWERP.
Finland July 2il,ap;and mew). . .July 18
Vaderland Juiy H.Kro<-inland July 23
WHITE STAR LINE STf..^. m.
N. V., Qurenstown. Holyhead. LlTerp«>ol.
Arabic July 2. 2 pm| Celtic July 1«
July 9. noon Cedric July 23
N. V. — Plymouth — Cherbourg — Soutbampton-
Adrlatic.June 29. llam|Oc«anic July _
Teutonic.July 6.9:30 am Majestic July 20
Also New York and Bo«ton — Mediterrtinean.
Our Travelers' Cheok* Good Everjwhere.
Ofnces 9 B'wav ft Pier 62. N. R. «23d St.). N. T.
NORTH UNO & NORTH STAR
PORTLAND, MAINE
Sailings: Monday, 10 A. M.. and Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, 5 P. M. from
Pier 20, East River, N. Y. For full in
formation and booklet appl" to
MAINE S. 8. CO.. 200 B'way. >\ Y.
*.MALDEN steamers leave Pier 43.
SMITH'S LD'G !N. R.. ft. Christopher St..
GERM AMOH.N week days, at ti:3o P. M.;
•CATSKILL I West 129 th St. 7:00 P. M.
•HUDSON i Commencing July 2 Spe
* ATHENS cial Saturday trip 1 P.M.
KPORT Pier 43. and 1 :30 P. M. W.
COXSACKIE I 120 th St. S*nd 2c. in
j stamps for booklet giv
•Saturday special I ing Resorts in and near
land? only at j Oatsktll Mountains.
points marked.,,. 'Phone lOfis Spring
ALLAN LINE
MONTREAL to LIVERPOOL
THE ST. LAWRENCE ROUTE.
Shortest. Smoothest. Most Picturesque.
NEW. FAST TURBINE STEAMERS.
CORSICaN July 1 July 29 Aug. 26
VIRGINIAN July 8 Aug. 5 Sept 2
TUNISIAN July 15 Aug. 12 Sept. 9
VICTORIAN July 22 Aug. IS> -~e.pl. 1$
Saloon Passage. $77. 50. $57.50 upwards.
Second Cabin. $47.50. $5000 upwards.
THOS. COOK & SON. 245. 1200 B'way. N. T
EDWIN H. LOWS Agency. 1123 B'way. N. T.
Or H. & A. ALLEN. Montreal.
ANCHOR LINE
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
Caledonia. July 2. 2pm|Furnessi_» July 16. 2pm
California. July 9, Columbia. July 23. tarn
FIRST CABIN. $67.50 and $73.50.
SECOND CABIN. $45 and $47.3*.
THIRD CLASS. $28.75 and $30.
HENDERSON' BROTHERS. 17-10 Broad war
QEil ""f." I IMF ««r 11. Wall St. Ferry.
nCU II LlnC Brooklyn, at noon.
For .--an Juan. P. X.. La Guayra, Pto. Cabello,
Curacao and Maracaibo. via Curacao
PHILADELPHIA.. ..JuIy 2'CARACAS. . .July 18
For La Guayra, Curacao and Maracatbo.
ZUI-IA July ?| MARACAIBO July 23
Superior Accommodations for Passengers.
BLISS. DAI__ETT & CO..
General Managers. 62 Wall St.
rnn nnoTnu metropolitan line
FOR BOS IOH AU-the-Way-by- Water cuy
----------------- Fare $4.00. Express Turbine
V- YALE 8 HARVARD
Weekdays and Sundays. Leave Pier 14. N. R-.
rear foot CortUxtdt Street. 5 P. M. Due Boston
8 A. M. next day. Same schedule returning.
BLOCK ISLAND, ORIENT, GREENPORT,
SHELTER ISLAND & SAG HAR39H.
Str. "Shinnecock" of Montauk Steamboat Co.'s
Line leaven K. V.. New Pier K. E. R. Tucs. and
Thurs. 5:30 P. -1.. Sats. \ M p. M.
RED BANK LINE.
Leaves Franklin St.. Pier 24, North River.
dally 9:30 A. M.. 2:30 P. M. Sun. 3:30. 9 15
A. M ; Battery 8:55 A. M.. _:55 P. M.. Sun.
833, 0:33 A. M.. for Highlands, Red Bank etc
.Exi* 50c. Trolley to Long Branch and Asbury "
Southern Pacific Hteamfchlpg.
NEW YOKK NEW ORLEANS.
flea-lir.» or 1 Broadway. Xt>w York.
"TRAVEL" KIIEK
Booklet of 2<Wi tours mailed on request
. Marstera Tour*. 31 West 3>Hh ___ N. x.
CENTRAL HJDSON LlNK.— Fast Freight
_od Pa-aengcr* Steamers trcm Fr&ckila st. d-ily. |
TIME TABLES. - — .
I Kaiser Wiihelm II I
I Sail* Jnly 5 tar I
I LONDON— PARIS— BBDIEf I
London 11^ JL TUESDAYS
PARIS North ii i. M
BREMEN IIMI 111 IU 1. H.
I Express Failing! 1
Kronprlnz .».-... June 2« I
Kaiser WHhelm II Juiy 5 I
Kaiser Wllbelm derGrosss.. July 12 I
Kronprinzessin Cecil:* July 1* I
londo.v g^ THURSDAYS
■___« German 10 1 D ■.s. s
IT-*'- .- -• -> sailings I
Prim Frledrich Wilh^llß. . 30 I
Barbarossa July 7 I
<:,?■!■£» Wajhingtoa (new) ..July VJ I
Bremen July 21 I
GIBRALTAK II | SATUBQAYS *
NAPLES I IflU^ d *; U i D H
msm LIOjU MIL
Prln2«»sß Irene July 2
Koenlgln Lulso July*
Berlin (new) July 15
Koen;« Albert July 30
Wireless and Hubraarlne S%n«l»
Indf.i'n^r.! Round the World Tour*
Travelers' Checks, good all over
; "•■;»- fa* World. •
OELRICHS * CO.. Gen. Act*.
5 Broadway. New York
fDEUTSGHLiND
/ 16.500 ton-. liWFT_ l ''>f__P_'fl
I Fp*<-!al Sailing _FM_ll_i%'V*Mkl
\ JULY 2, I P. M. £*■'_.__ r _____|
m. 6 Days to Lon ion A __B _9___^^_>_Bl
_^ Par..*. 7 Days to _____■■ II I W I _■___■
j^^^ Hamburg. ___H ____"________|
All Modern safety Devices i Wlrele*». *«-)
LONDON, PARIS, HAMBURG.
tUnexeelled Ritz-Cailton a la Carte Restaurant.
Gymnasium. Elec Bath», Elevator. Palm Garden.
B!ue^^•r June 20. 10 a m "Pres. Grant July 13
Deutschland July 2 •Cincinnati ....July 14
•Pres. Lincoln July C s Pennsylvania... July 20
tAmerika July 9 , 'Cleveland July 23
} Hamburg direct •>.-■<•
II m V m 3 WVU (.IP.RVITAR.
I __k _L ' V NAPLES
I §>%■ __■ I AND GENOA.
S.S.MGLTKE,Ju!yI2, 2 P.M.
Offers very desirable accommodation*.
S S. HAMBURG Anjmst _
S. S. MOLTKE \n_u»t SO
TRAVELLERS' CHECKS ISS_EI>.
Tourist Dept. for Trips Everywhere.
rg-Am<Tioan Line, 45 Broadway. N. T.
CUNARD LINE
Piers 54 and .V,. North River, foot of 14th St.
OFFICES. 21-24 State St., opposite '.** Battery.
Lusitania— Maurctania
Largeot, Fastest. Finest Steamers Afloat.
Hew York to London Direct
VIA FISHGnARD
The most expedition* route. Quickest also to
PARIS- LIN-VIENNA
Leave New York Wednesdays. 9 A. M.
MONDAY IK mm TUESDAY IN PARIS
Wireless Telegraph, Submarine Signals.
Lusitania June 291 Masiretania July IS
Campania July ■ 1 Lusitania July 20
•CarQnia.July 9. 10 am!»Carmanla.July 23. 10 am
•Will call at Queenstown and Flshguard.
HUNGAKL\>-AMERICA>f »BKVKB
ToFIUME, via GIBRALTAR.NAPLES.TRIESTB
tCarpathla.J-Iy 7. noon) JUltoala August 4
Pannonia.July 19. noon. tCarpathia ..August 25
tCalls at Genoa. | Carries 2d and 3d class orly.
Travellers' checks Issued— good everywhere*
Particulars of Services. Rates. Sailings and other
Information will be supplied on appUcatlon.
Magnificent S. S. "Arabic" ___ pi IDjf'Sl
leaves Feb. 4; rates $400 up. If WU«ni- »
including shore excursions; Hi AOICIIT
71 enchanting days. Stop- II Un»Cfl I
over privileges. Program II n'jjjic;
ready. v ..-• M UaUiac
FRANK C. CLARK. Time* Bid-.. N.«r \otlu
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS
VICTOR VISIBLE. 79 Nassau St.: catalogue
free: all makes taken part payment: b *
In Underwoods. Remingtons Oliver.* Smltha
FORECLOSURE SALE
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
—Carl Fischer. Plaintiff, against Isaac Hat
tenbach and others. Def°n!ants..
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure ana
sale, duly made and entered in the above-en
titled action and bearing date the __ day of
June. 1910. I. the undersigned, the Referee la
•aid JuCgment named, will sell at public auction,
at the Exchange Salesroom. Nos. 14-16 Vesey
street, in the Borough of Manhattan. City of
New York, en the 29th day or June. 1310. at
12 o'clock noon on that day. by Joseph P. Day.
Auctioneer, the premises directed by said Judg
ment to be sold, and therein described as fol-
All that certain lot. pl»ce or parcel of land,
with the buildings and Improvements thereorx
erected, situate, lying and being in the Borough
of The Bronx, of the City of New York, in th«
County and State of New York, known and
distinguished by the lot number 271. In block 9.
on a certain map entitled. "Hap of 1.572 build
im; lots situated in North New York. West
chester County, belonging to Clarence S. Brown."
Dated January. ISS6. and filed in the office of
the Register of the County of West: nest er on
February 17. 1866. as Map No. 41i>. which said
lot. according to said map. 13 bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Beginning at a ooint on the northerly side r>t
135 th Street, distant 125 feet easterly from th«
corner formed by the intersection of the north
erly side of 13.MM Street with th» easterly side.
of Lincoln Avenue: running thence northerly
parallel with Lincoln Avenu» ',<*> feet. thenc*
easterly parallel with 13.".th Street 25 feet:
thence southerly parallel with Lincoln Avenue
100 feet to the northerly side of 135 th street:
and thence, westerly along the northerly side of
135 th Street 25 feet to tha point or place of
beginning. Said premises being now known by
the street number 529 East 135 th Street.
Dated. New M^n k^l|l^ Ref»re,.
R. DUDENSING, Jr.. Attorney for Plaintiff. 1M
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New York
City
The "follow In- is a diagram of the property to
be sold: its street number ts 285 (formerly «23>
East l3sth Street.
135 th Str-et.
Th* 1 approximate amount of the lien or chart*.
to satisfy which the above-described property ■■
to be sold, is Four thousand one hundred thir
teen 33-100 Dollars (?4.113.33-10O>. with interest
thereon from the 26th day of May. 1910. together
with costs and allowance • amounting __ Two
■ hundred seventy-«»ven 43-100 Dollars ($277.43-
I 100). with interest from June nth. ldlO. together
i with the expenses of the sale. The approxlmata
amount of the taxes, assessments and water
rates, or other liens, which are to be allowed to
I the purchaser out of the purchase money, or
paid by the Referee, is Two hundred seventy
nine 0«-10O Dollars ($270.06-10<)>. and interest.
The premises will b- sold subject to a first mort
gage for Twelve thousand Dollars (SI2.(XJi».OtV
100) and interest thereon from the 6th day or
September. 1009-
Dated. New York. Jun- «th. 1»1O.
FRANKLIN Referee. _
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
Clara De Hlr«ch Home for Working Girls.
Plaintiff, against Nathan Greenblatt and other?.
Defendants.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure
land sale, duly made and entered in the above
entitled action and bearing date th* 17th day
of June. 1919, I. the undersigned. th» Referee
in said Judgment named, will sell at public
auction, at the Exchange Salesroom. Nos. 14-18
Vesey Street, ii th* Borough of Manhattan,
City of New York, on the 19th day of July.
1910. at 12 o'clock noon on that day. by
Joseph P. Day. Auctioneer, the premises di
rected by said Judgment to be sold, and therein
described as follows:
All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land,
with the buildings and improvements thercoa
! erected. situate, lying and beinr in th# Bor
ough of Manhattan. City of New York, in th<»
County and State of New York, bounded and
described as follows:
Beginning at a point on th» northerly *td»
of ISStn Street distant 425 feet easterly from
the corner formed by the intersection of th«
northerly side of I3Sth Street with the east
erly side of Lenox Avenue (formerly Plxtn.
Avenue) aa widened; running thence northerly,
parallel with Lenox Avenue, 00 feet 11 inches
to the centre line of the block between 133 th
Street and 13!>th Street: thence easterly aton*
th» said centre line of the block 37 f^et »
Inches; thence southerly, parallel with Lenox
Avenue and part of the way through a party
wall 9!> feet 11 inches to the northerly side of
13Sth Street, and thence westerly along th«
northerly side of 133 th Street 37 feet tj Inches
to the point Or place of beginning.
Dated. New York. June 27th. 1910.
MARK G. HOLSTEIN.
Referee.
WISE .<- SELIGSBETRG. Attorneys tot Plata-
US*. 15 William Strert. Borough of Man
hattan. New York City.
The following Is a diagram of tb« property
to be sold; Its street number Is 45 West 135 th
Street:
The approximate amount of the li*n or chars?,
to satisfy which the above-<iescrtbed property ts
to be sold, is Thirty-four thousand and sixteen
and 67-100 dollar* <$34.tM*.«7>, with Interest
thereon rrom the loth day of June 1010. to
gether with costs and allowance amounting* to
$415.20. with inter-st from June 13th. 1910,
together with the expenses of the tal#. The
approximate amount of the taxes, l.WMr!e:itj
and water rate* or otb*r lien*, which are to
be allowed to the purchaser out of th» pur
chase money, or paid by the Ref*r«e v
$1.011. <53 -nd interest. *••-«. «
Dated. New York. June 27th. 1910.
MARK G. UOLSTEIX.
I -U£BT««L
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