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•V«.rcb ' i'-j". lluriener-l>scher Oa to Greenwich.
iiort Co; $30.<WO;^ad4r«ws. 9MB M fiVe -
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGES.
The Bronx Boroush V- . •i i : to Lucy M At j
TVUliwn MeMraaa to V}<*** *?*; C V.* : tv „^n
I-jcv M Arnold to Victor Ptolte J. 5.000.
(Catharine C Mcr.d to Oenr.an S->v;;
*?sJtoiar : i*on i« :.:nry S Gerard; $1.
■ ■ ■■■ ■ -'iv*?*-- *•
'■> fmjfc Jaoosl to .V&mcs J Tully: $1.
rjchurd A ": "Vk'olf to .;■•;:;. b WUianfl;
? M^- T-^rie. ir to Arr.y -V C Montana*: $1.
• ;:a I-i }t»'\anifr. JT. !
A^tim kstea Arthur AY Poow; JS.OOO. !
. ntral Traa* Oa; J
. riill^ Samuels to lesser C Mycr and •
rT nnrfclas Kohir.son to fnlTed States Trust |
« o 1150.000. ic« a.TTi Tromt Ca tn '
I'jiVver^ Title Insurance and Trust Co tr»
bavjreiS-' ilortgms* Oo; two sscts: total.!
-"k«m 10 Ttav H Wlnsten et al. cxr?: j.OOO ;
VOlbehnlaa X Hoffmainj to Melville If ;
Herrmann 1" H«nry d« F U>eke*.
Trust Co to El!a* Oaaaa, |
rn»T; ?1 rtft
MECHANICS' LIENS.
_ ;; r v c;^- -|-q ar( ,i 1«1; Frmnk I 'r'! rtr i T ' v *•♦ J
si «ttAbrahaa»iH«nnais. owner; Solomon D ;
Multz. pontTßrtor: f fi^">
- I Dii :s!^-. at. *2 ;
,„ A SwrdU Stosoe*ltZ BSt rairs. A T^ar*.
\vniiara II and Saraad J Griffin, ron
tre'-'or*: J'j^—
1 OVCXTOOD AYE. * •*- c^r "f Barry Ft.
-, t i\Li4- Fiynr PJombluc aiM ■-■''■>
nrt *n-«n"y Cor.si ruction C«. ovi-rfr and COB
»r»rtnr; fJ.«S"
ST NT<~irOLAP AYE. 4 ri .iu!li:s Miller »t
»>1 ar' Mica •"onstructlor. Cf». owner nnd con
tractor: $4.«<*.
lieTH ST. II nTiS IS W«t: ...... .—.. — .
, jn j sorrl>' r " !l P t !traJ Rcaity and Con
struction '"'■«. o-niicr; I>anjcl Doran, lessee;
I
T4TT ST. 4f»l lias' : Samti^i "' ■ — ajrt Wlll
uvi avJ Carrie Klarr^r. owncis ar.d <'nntra»?
tnrv; Sl^r. 4«.
TPTTXiJCENP PL» n w c-^r of Intervale av^. •
r.V4i «V>rdon Err>? Iron Works an 7)
Hermfto Construction Co. omcr; David llcr
in=n, <-t-.r.tractor; $r..r>fin.
11CTH ST. Tl and TX \V*-s1 : Hariem Stmct- I
x-thl Rujrply Co apt Mitral Realty an 4 Coo- |
Ftmctton < •«. ownjer; S rVn;i>JTf-r and Vine
M Vxrotta. contrartpi-s: ?"<&.
JtAT»ISOV ST. SS«: John C Duffy act Mary '
O'N»1ll: June 13. 1910; $2.335 05.
NEW EUiLDING PLANS.
MA\.'!A7TAN.
;7J«TiI ST. s, 170 ft w of \mFtrr.lam avo :
fi*- ■ sty J.rk stalle. 35x97.11: .I<>?rph V Palkm. ,
!<:« Bact 1 16 th st. owner; JCertlle i- ] - .ars r . ii i i
"n>rt l^r«*.h Ft. arcnltocte; $tW».
TIIK BKONN.
TTEETCBESTEK AYE. s a. from K*Hy tn
~:*anj- fis; three 5 sty hrk lemnte. TPxU>«. -}0x
S4 U.1K99; Winnie ro-nrt On. Mauri*-" littler.
K>6 "UYstrhrstcr *iv<>. prea, w 11*1 1 GotSner *
Gcldbere, T'M .'arkp'>n ayr, architects; i-J-il oo?t, ,
$£?.:> ...
'.VIUCINS PL. «■ * 701.7 V. ft n of .Trrninirs
i=t: rwo S Bty teniuts. 40.7%kXtC7%; Uffr4K>H-Mc
l^r.ald Cm «"o. Patrtr*: MTttbell. 11W Soofl
Uoule\"«rd. j r»js. <>-n-n^r; E.iw J Byrne. ."*i^i .".<i
r.v». arrMtort; total cort. SSO> B V>
ELTON ATE. *• b. !U» ft t= of lKt'i r-t • 5 Ktv
V-k tewnt; Sox4S«*i^ H««ry lier-h_ xv,7 sd cv«.
"■••tt; Herman Horenbcnrer. <'S- Bam '."'• st
-.
H.KI'HI*a AYE. n 1 «r 175 th Ft- tfcr<»» ;, Btfl
frk i»otis, CxS5: SI X O :E ack. rSS «;rand ■■ I
'■•n^r. John p Borland. W0 East 12 Ft ar->
cfchert; fix-.OfO. . " j
' BT RATiIONDS AYE. n a. 110 -■■ c or Castl- i
T":n ».«>; J»-o ."> rty ftUK dwetltags. 2T)^rs4x:-r. : I
Ansibla Maria Buoulootp. Trrrrtont at-p „v - '■ {
V-r.'-y N..r'lh-im. If>7s ;;^ a , c . arc!lir^ t . tnt;l j j
aw, sia.",.!. .
LIS PENDENS.
H!'I'S"N >T. '•'-.': Wiiliain A - f, — r - all
«ru£T«"-5. asrt Pa'iaOium Rexltv Co-«t a] <for'—
<-ioFure of jinpf: attorncj-e. Miiler King Lane j
& Trasrord.
ISTH SST. 7 T.Vst: JoeepMne 1. Arnold art TA
'"■l Antonio Arnold <?t al (action to cancel two
oc^d^l : attorney. .? Iy»vy.
LONGFEI.IjOYr ATE. v.- 8. in2.r7 ft n of 167 th

S Mf-iatjiz et aj (foreclosure of jntgt; attorney.
<-. C HeUcy.
tTESTCaESTER AYE. s p. CVr. ft c of Com
m-nwaltii a\-«. 25.5xW7.4x25.5xKH .4: Betsak M
Casey act Ir.sni; U>a.lty <"> vforcciOEuro of mtg); |
atlorne}-. J .5 X A'K'-nno^y.
CTH ST. i#w.i ft *> of 7th aye. bkioo.Sx ;
:tcjt: It"yal TT-jldinK <>> p^t Nrw Lyrpuni Tlie- i
t>-,rr- •'•> ••» ai <for**closase of transfer of iax lieni; i
£;t-.":icjs. Amsuin. lwy 4- rfrifpi.
SUFFOLK ST. 21: Sufran Realty Co asrt th«
Ma;- l»a:ik pt al tfor'-f-losurp «.'f nts); attorney,
-.v <■ lia.:p«r. jr.
'"HAT.LES ST. B s. 5 4.2 '■ <! of ma «. 16.Sr !
S3: Joseph Isear asr PuMari Allaire et al "fore- J
'■toßure of » Tranftfor of ta>; !iori«; attorneys, i
M.-rriscn SchiS.
PT. n s. 2^.". ft c of 10th aye I«.?i9S.S; !
Karrirt W Bacon art WiUfcun B Donnelly et al !
(TtyrccloEnre of mt£); aiiornry. A - Baoon.
ST. nr. and lit West: Arr© Realty '*o
»-c- AibTt B <;ross « al iforcclosure of nitpt;
B.tloru< y. ji gtem.
BL'iLD'VG LOAN CONTRACTS.
!7TH ST. n f. 170 '• -v of «>h ay 77.8ri*2xj
Jnra:; Setropofitaii JYusi <"o of the <"itv r.r New •
-v.-,-k it^r^ %Tar::. n r:-n;'- -"-"•■•-' '
KELP WANTED.
Male
ADVERTISING POLJCITOR Tr^r.J/«i on pro-
Somrthtas new; PeM unllmltefl: Bfl
r-r>y f^nr ***'"r!Ty;:spion. wrftt *iu?ta.".' Pinion. ":!
Tfti St.. Frous..
AGENTS 'i> han<3J^ our ica? and coffees; *tlp*~
r>ncf Dot Tiec«^arj-: Vuild up a business of
;«>ur o-kt. < all or write. Burns & Reed. SOB
Kiicpors i=t.. N»-w Tcrk.
.... .
- ■ . ■ _•
I
"us;
tiAKDESER — By i'-auins forestry firm: fumUiar
nfth T-*=cf n.'i/5 rube. to solicit work. A'i
■-««<; T^ox I*7. Jersey City. N. j.
XEW PROPOSITION for a-Jvertisjnp jsniicifors.
>;,;<!• ./^jn npporrnnitF; wOl pay 50 -per * 11 * com—
- ss> n. Write Irvine <15ibert. T^ 1 ' Hewitt piac*.
Ptjtix
_
IS_CTEC<3 MAX WANTED— We Ji.-jv* th" busi
ness. The r'a-.'. _»» ±.re<nii:< . We -want one
tucrouchiv F^od *-s^rienc^d man itorth $VMMO
s y»ar: an «*juai!y c^ r "i fal«man. Write Com
r-**nt: Brnc 2»«. Tribune Ofßce.'TtS
?A!XS MANAGER — Canada: optical j*bine
: h'.;jf; HJsftO-Jisoo. accordtng to PiP"
-'••SCf. <~al! BuFiness Stvjc- Co. Apeiioy. SOS
Pir^^r Elflg.
SALESXTAN — Pr-M*; \>w England. N- v
VorV:. N*"w y«" tuny, FrnncyTvania ; Ji.non ai"i
rxpvtmem. <""ai! Bufiti"*" Service «'o^ SOS FraKcr
B_U-lay .
I- M.ESSIEN throuphour ih«« T"nit«i Ptate<= to *<01
sutorjoti)*' rwv><?«s!ties. cxrry owner -aar.tß on
r'Wtor: r»f«— n<>»s required. Hie *"V»;i Tire
f- PrT<iertOT 004 vCrt BroaiiT-ay.
SAT-EFIIJLN. — Optical jroeds; middle W>Ft •
Si.C'VV 'Rysinrss PervJcc Cn. A_en<ry.
5-inr-r Bjdg.
BALES-WEN. — <>ffiC» furniiure; *_pftrienf <ml j n
New York: three openiripT for «_p«rlcnce_
m*a at frO"<! Fala""! 5 . Bu.'inr^s S'rvice <>>.
As^twr*--* -05 Btager pi_g
SALESMEN fj_nlor«. —Several opcnlnes for
■■■::•£-- „• !ii>;h echool Kraiiuat^F ivh'i w'sh
!.. i»-ijr:i ss>i<»rrnnnsh;p: salaries s:i".f»O-$7 fc t). <^nll
BiF:n'.«a »?-<■■><=• Oi». Ac^y. so:. Sivpr-r Bi^sr.
'■ . ;:;.;• at. POSITION? jaytas ?I.<«JO-*H«.<tOO
r"-w awaitiiv ca;j?b!f <ir«f!*!"'' n. "-iicii.eer. 15 .
»iTrhfle_*. Mjj^rinterid^nts. forenx t» and < bem—
t***. f-;t_te «■ n>* ri<Ti« > a»vi r^' r l l lon _eeJr«l.
«._!i or «-rite f<..r _ool_et ">aJarir. Positions."
J.-i.'!n«v« Ben-K« Co. Agency. WS BfeigT Rl<ls.
■ MAN a? _jtf!?tant m»^ia_cr <-l«-trioa!
"•'^'.:v h.'»_s«r: _.vßn<-ein«-nT; ft: KTiijiKiverf '
T:< «*T»n i- ser V j,_, j4 4 Wrs-t _3d «... O-uiant
*• H^l_ proyrieten.
. Female.
' ''■-MjAXT? TVijibi*-; jiirtitution nem- .•!»>:
EiSmonthv sn^ najtjntenaiice: four daya!" vaca-
Intin, !g-r»eg as'titv. 77 Vl>m nth «.t.
' ';-- MBER_UUI>— |_r, ; V-ltV. "Osll'tliif mornlnsT
_Sf__ Anna Iji'-t. Oentory ESnjiloymeat Acency.
' V i: . !:K *' JA I'> Seaiaso^BS;Bf_s: i •<?_.?. «'ail
I l'--a^... Jliw Aurai !,_■•••, CCS— Brjr EtßpVjy
r-r X" -Sf* v a.«h;nit; for the cnintrj 1 ; v»mj g<i^-1
p3acf ; c_l] «rfth w-ferencs. Mrs. «'o'!if r's
Ag^;.-, -_; v..« _•. ; „
UOGSEK EE ! _;a- " "$.V> ;"T7-~T«eflori~_""oclo<k'.
»Top3_n»r ;>!uc:_uor_L! Asenrjr. I>o7 i">th avf,
I__T!: 42 "-_ Kr<l «_ _
lI OtJSCWOHKEB — No waishiiiß; rr-flne., |<l«_s_nt
■ ■••-fiTry v,,.. 4 . ECQaj] ramlly. Mrs. «>;lli*r's
Agency. 211' H'est lT.>i Ft.. :: < _r «;iH ay«., {Irvt
~'.!; i 'T :u >: r«r vrirat^'Vrno'JV <-ity;
K3-?50. CaJJ jmj!i»-;i_te]v. JRT>Hiri« S_dit9.
; ' pal Ajrrr:~y. :-.:.. . between 4-& z.r.d
h & litT/. RY ~f f r~wornarrV~o : h7f7r" JT!.*." "mom hi
! <■._;< -: t-.;rf-a-ririns. double entry bookkeeping.
J°g liopldno K_Mcati<mal Ac^tiv. .',• 7 Stb «ye.
v> "-A7TJtr:sS-Thr»- in family": <ng_Uy: f3O; «t
• " i.r.T „la . -. ; tWer, •„.-,-,.■ r<-'aji«-«J. Mr?. OOl
■*' » >g»-!-.-. . f2_ \V.-» _rjd Orst floor.
NfOflK V.' AN TED.
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RESORTS.
PENNSYLVANIA.
STROULJSBURG, PA.
HICJHLANO DECI — C M. Foalkc 100.
il!(,Hl\Mi IV. ii .<; M.S. lludd'-rs. 75.
CUCKUSIGH PiX- l. i, Gorm 75.
POST OFFICE. EAST STROCDSBCRG. PA.
N>w Oak t.Ttivr IIou<»«"— C. V. Smith. S.Y
Old Un»if.tv.wf f'ottasc — E. D. Bpardsle*.
post onncE; mai:?iiau:j; crbek.pa.
Mar^hallV Ijill^ H^r — E. D. Huffman. 25.
DINGMANS FERRY. PA.
li;i.lMAl.l> hti- P. K. Kulmcr. Jr. 100.
DELAWARE WATERGAP.PA
«V. T .Kf: <;AP HOUSE — .1. P.'Copc 300
life Kin \ri\\Y Q. Frank cope. :;00.
TFIK ',i.i;\woon n. Johnson. -jr.o.
V.l\l.i:\ "lKW H>K -l Bam Estate. 100.
'n:i kkiikvi — Coaway , v Blair. r,O.
mi MOrVTAIN rAKAPISE I
for those who ;»«»«" tn« b*"st Jn location, ap- ;
Ttointmrnt. rervire an^ comfort.
WfITEK GHP HOUSE
Rnaaadaa open to December. Booklet and
Auto Maps. JOHN PURDY COPB. j
MONTANESCA u S%& Ma
Modern; stri< high rlastr In appointments j
and patronage; Pooono headquarters for auto- ,
[y, Booklet srtd floor plans upon request.
I. D IVISON. Prop.. Mr Pocono. Penna.
The !>■•. .il Hotel at Yi-riioh to enjoy
the Aut'jmn Sc?>nn.
THE KITTATINNY.
Leading Hotel at Delaware "Water Gap. Pa.
B'kVt. Spec. Sept. & Oct. rates. G. FRANK COPE.
CVNAPEN'SIS. PA.. Porono Mnmr.ains.
NEW STRiTF. CABIN INN.
Ens. en suite A- with prl. bath. Bowling, ten
nis, pool, boat's, fish's- Bklt. W.J.&M.D. PRICBI j
NEW YORK.
BELLE VLE HOUSE ,^£7.l^.
Fine houses. All Improvement?. Excellent i
tat>V. A. H. LEGO. Prop. I
INSTRUCTION.
For Boys and Young Men — City.
35erkrltp §?tf)Qol
FOUNDED 1 090
Columbia Institute .fErrgrti 1908
"2nd Street and West End Avenue
Prepares Boys Thorourhly for all
Collet* and Technical Schools. In
dividual Instruction. Small Cltsses.
Afternoon Study Hour. Military Drill
(optional) at Armory under «n officer of
National Guard. Library, Gymnasium,
Athletics under experienced Trainer.
!Vo Home Study lor Young Boys
llUnirated Catclcsne upon application
JOSEPH CURTIS SIOANE. Headmaster
PACKARD
■"- Means THOROUGH
la everything p«rta!n!«g to business
education.
ALL COMMERCIAL BRANCHES
IKDIVIDUAL, INSTRUCTION
NO SOLICITORS
52 years of faithfnl work.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 6.
Packard Commercial School
Fourth Aye. end 23rd St. New York
COLUMBIA
GRAMMAR SCHOOL
FOUNDED 1764.
M:\V BRICK and >TKKf BriLBING.
ABSOLUTELY FI REPROOF.
93d Street and Central Park West.
F.nyy ■■.-.-..' for Columbia, ■ at :.-:!. Har
vard* I'rinceton. Yale and oth'-r colleges. Full
Business Course. Primary Classes. X-abora
torifs. •;- ■;.- Piayprounds. Athletic Field.
Special Courses arranged, for boys who have
failed in college .i trance examinations.
i;;tl» '\>ir Begins Sept. :16th.
Collegiate School
m« WEST 7TTII STREET.
BoreJ prepared for th*- CoHepes and Scien
tifl': Schools. W«»H-«quipp«'d Gymn.isium.
Tjrr»peTis "Wednesday, September 28th.
T^TtdiriE- •-•> appointment of a head master
th« S-hoo) wi!l > ■- undT Urn direction of the
Rev. .v.a -\ P. Co*. D. I', chairman of the
Board of Trust
All «-omm>.JTii<~ati'>n» may ba r^Bi«^ii to
Mies <~]ara B Kara! . Secretary, at th« School.
SRViNG SCHOOL
L. D. RAY. 35 W. 84th St.
I hi,riMir;h prrnar;ili"n for «-oJlejt^ or
i.ii*u'*«- i-'Amf alar j* I'rimar.v nod
ln(/>rmp_iat*" I>»>p:ininpnt-
No home ♦•tiidy for btij •. under fifteen.
GYMNASIUM— LABORATORY
TELEPHONE 2606 RIVERSIDE.
21«t yc^r berirs Sept. _!«. Tear book on request.
Or. Ray mm at S<-|i>m>l morning*.
Bcokkeeping, Shorthand, Typc-
wrilinq. Penmanship, Civil Service
\% riling. Penmanship, Civil Service
$1 * nd Academic Departments.
Ot*n du'ine the Kntire year.
/g^*^ Call or write for catalogue.
| __y i23d St. & Lenox Aye.
SYMS SCHOOL
4H-r,l EAST '"I - ' BTREET.
TWEUTII YRAR cpeaa O'-tobe- .1
Uanv JmprovcnHriita in tit'- tv.o huiidinr?. find
j n tt,*. «V)un-»-.<. I^'ii^l par Nin' 1 ' --'x By* under
P<_rteen ■".••...•- Aei six to eighteen. Ai
j li'-snt^ lnii!-! l>f we)] ior-omriie:i'l''d.
RILnERI P. FKRGU»ON. Head Master.
HAMILTON INSTITUTE Lovs
--.., i.- year begins Baa*. 2*th.
C .ill-K'* •*«•' < '>iiiMi.n i;.l fVrparntt«n.
rr-AVOROO'D 110___0 AIWOINS H lIOOU
All iTs>r.f ....... at Bdiool under class )n
rtructoss. Por • *>talr>r address •••' We_t Slst St.
Telepbon* ■..■«• buylei
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS 1' WANTED.
Male.
.■. ■ „■ . ,i; i-: , HAN T\iints \vortts <-.f f-oin« kind:
■vi!! may»- a K f> °'! bandy man «t Bnjrthinsr: fH
a. good cook: I'ruEt !ijv> work; willing hh«l
oJii^-irie A I^. «■-. Boi i?r>. Tribune OfHce.
«"S>!Tl'l*K.— <*olor«vi: I\n-l <lat-v ; «!!! do eottre
wort '.f mm!l lainily; country; .... b^ft P"i
»^,nal relerenc*. Mrs. i-'li^u's .■,«. i,. ;. . .s Baal
4-^1 »•!. _ _ . : _
i'AHiiHAND.-Il".: fl-rmHi. , p">i milker mid
i.-imsiT; imru e*p*rl*nce In ibit> < 'ii.nirv.
fcotoer. oblising. SJatbe*-««c Agency. US Cili
«^»-. T»l. S7B Kr>a'» t __
OARDENKK. --Ksp«rt ; tai:<! ■.•■•...!.,•• of
c;entlcm*n*a rsiaf ; thoroughly efficient in
nil l.ran-hrs: <i.sir<-s change: hlehest refer
f .~<F. n . _ ntiitlUh. Mox J' I *-.-Vr!l' IllM I n J_l >r _i
VFKKl'l* MAN.— 4"^5; '•pi man; all 'ruond use
ful, outside vnnk; h'ir.-:.-. -cw, poaltry. <•!•
r»-f. ... &Tatr«m>on Acency. bin ''- 1 ' ;iVl '-
Tci. «7p Br: «nt.
:•-..'
....... - WAITRESS I'articalarly
nr.«j, ihoroughly "nwrlencdj Btredisli girl :
«-x> "Ji'Tt referetic««: *2. Waldorf ■■ g*fl ... 12
"\v-5i _; • h. I'li'iik* :.'•■■•' - N 1-- '-M ■ _
OOOK— 43wediFb; f. .■ flats; hII | ache* $40
». x r^l!< ut city r«' l «n-n •>•••. Waldorf As'-ncy. 12
\\.-vt :::iti »:. I*bona **"<• MadJeon 9«aat«. Mra
M.i.'t, ;,.-.■)■ rJ»Hfpy.
7*\rviA' - R'omsa '«<"k an.i Inundrw*. p»>f"i
!jik»-r: ntan u«»-fi; !. qnderetands cows, hoire*;
«•^. f-ik-nt ;-"ii:-<ni3n; hlgiily r*conunenifAd ; in-,
„.iiniiy. Murrov Agc-uvy. 721 L«xiii&t"ii *"•'•,
NEW-YORK DAILY TIMRF NX. WKONKS!) AV. 4UOUST 31, ISIO.
RESORTS.
r'E> SStlv a ma.
S iroudsburn
\^tter Gap, Mount Pocono,
Cresco, Pocono Summit, Delaware Valky.
i here is no more delightful season in which to visit these mountain re
sorts in Monroe and Pike Counties, Pennsylvania, than August and Sep
tember. Lackawanna trains reach them every day in from two to three
hours. The changing foliage, mountain walks and drives, golf, tennis,
fishing and boating add their pleasure to the lovely Autumn environment.
Hotels and boarding houses will remain open until late in the season.
Blue Ridge, Pocono Mountain and
Delaware Valley Resorts
CASTLE INN— V Schmidt. r.f>.
MOUNTAIN H'SK^Mrs. T. Hauscr & Ron.
KARAMAC INN — Extensive river frontage.
CATARACT HOUSE— L. M. Tucker & Son.
RIVERSIDE HOTEL — M. M. Ac?. 40.
DELAWARE HOUSE — John YarHck. 40.
RIVER FARM H'SK— H. A Croasdale. 36.
CENTRAL IIOUSE-I-H. T. La Bar. 35.
FOREST IIOISK A 1.. Marsh. 35.
ISltllX.K VIKW-G. Edinßor. $S vreck. 23.
Post Office. NORTH WATER GAP, PA.
HURM'S HY«EI.\N HOME- F. W. Hurd.
Booklet and full information about every boose tn this advertisement at
INFORMATION BUREAUS
429 Broadway, corner Howard Street, New York,
AND 505 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN. N. V.
i'ltnr'-f following each name Indicate guest capacity of house.
NEW YORK.
WE ULSTER & DELAWARE B. R.
offers complete train service to the
Catskill Mountains
lotPd for picturesque and romantic
;cenery. The glorious air, th*> magnifi
cent views and comfortable accotnmo
iations are a great attraction in this
nountain resion. whlrh is a paradise
"or children and a sanitarium for every
sody.
Send 8 ce-.ts postage for illustrated
summer Book with map of the Cats
ulls and list of hotels and boarding
louses.
N. A. SIMS.
General Passenger Agrent,
Kingston, N. Y.
UPI AND FAPM HaiMRF - Tw<
UrLr\i>U r-AKiTlcottagps annexed
Excellent board. Many amusements. Verj
healthy. For rates and booklet. C. 11. LEGG
INSTRUCTION.
For B.«ys aud Ynung .Men— City.
1 New York -♦■ "6th Year opens Sept 58.
! Unlversftv "♦" V?™ 1"*1 "* Cltt( » 8 ' 4-12.
university Afternoon Claw. 4-*. j
Law School 4. Evening flaw, g-10. |
♦-»♦♦♦ ■» + »4 + D^Srees LL. B. I.T>. M., J. D. j
Address L. J. TompklnF. Sec, Washington Sq.,
BERNARD SCHOOL [LRL R BOYS
College Preparatory «■ Elementary. 721 St.Nich. |
Ay. Elementary, 610 RlTeTßtflc & 226 W.79th St. I
! 25th YEAR h<-)fln* Sept. SBtb. Catalog. '
I FKIEK9S SEMINARY. I
1 530-228 East 10th ?t.. New York.
FRIE.vnS SCHOOL,
106-116 Schennerhorn Street. Brooklyn.
For Girls and Young Ladies — City.
The Barnard School o!
HOUSEHOLD MTS i,~.r
Cookinc Kmhrnidfri. >!HHn<»rT. Presfimakliic, !
Household Peroration, Accounts, Management, j
I Kpwfally intended Tor irirls who tin not go to ]
college. 2d year opens Ort. 11. Catalog. :
BERNARD SCHOOL ™' GjRLS
Coliece Preparatory & General. 421 W. 148 th St.
Kindergarten & Elementary, 42S W. 14Sth St.
15TH YEAR beging Sf«7«. 28th. Catalog.
DE LANCEY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
301 WEST 9«TH STREET.
From Kindergarten to College. Classes for
>mall boys. 30tti ear begins October 3rd.
FRIENDS SEMINARY. *
220-228 East 10th St.. New York.
FRIKNDS SCHOOL,
106-316 riuprhrvrn Street. Brooklyn.
THE EARL*! COLLEGIATE. Girls d_y~and
boarding, 1.~.th year. Select preparatory, fin
!shins- school; children's department special.
31 id classes. ."•■.' West 96th st.
For Both Sexes— <3ty.
MILLER SCHOOLS
1133 Broadway, corner 26th Street.
287 Lexington Avenue, corner 87th Street.
STENOGRAPHY. TYPEWRITING.
BOOKKEEPING.
18th rear brgin* Tuewlay. Sepiembrr 6th. 1910.
The organization o f the new school at :?"th
Street and Lexington Avenue affords an oppor
••;■•. to offer, for the time b»-iTie, SsPECIAIi
RATE? for complete scholarship that are
about $20 less than they will I" later. Fall
Information freely pr:\ en upon request. The
only schools that will name a definite price
for complete courses.
CHARLES M. MII.I.ER. I'rin.
PRATT INSTITUTE
riROOKI.V.V. "N. V.
-< HO(>l> OF FINE AND AI'PIJEII ARTS,
HOISKHOI.I) SCIENCE AND ARTS.
SCIENCE \M> TECHNOLOGY. LIBKARV
S< IFNC K. AND KINDERGARTEN TRAI.N
ISi,.
DAY CUSSES OPEN SEPTEMBER 26
EfEItU CUSSES OPEN SEPTEMBER 28
IRKPIKK B. PRATT. >>■•<• rctary.
FRIENDS SEMINARY,
2L'O-C2S East I«th St.. New VorV.
FRIENDS SCHOOL,
lOfl-lic s, licrmT'iirn Street. »rook!yn.
imi; biki.it/. school of I>A.NOUAOKS.
MADISON SQUARE (1122 BROADWAY ).
Harlem Branch, 343 Lenox Aye.. near ll v 7th St.
Brooklyn Branch. 218-"_'2O I.ivjnKSlou St.
KIN'HERGARTKX TRAINING.-^SDCCESSFUI,
courses". All Maxwell's Licenses. Sch'ilarships.
FROEBEI* NORMAL INSTITUTE. $» West 9Bth.
For Boys and Young 1 Men — Country.
St. r.M'i/s sniooi..
Garden City. I. I.
We lino how to tfa< - h hoyn.
Miscellaneous.
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER Will tutor steady o r
few hours per \\f"\. school end academic sub
jr-ci?; reason ibl'-. Herbert. :lI7_I>SI .V.th -t
■■■ A NTEI '—A M HITK »l s" !,\!>V :-Ti HV PROF
itat-li' profession. Social, Institutional, literary
Secretary ßhlp.'"j COLLEGlATE. .V Weal 9<?th 5t
DANCING ACADEMIES.
Am«*rl«-nn and I orrlgn 'I ln-rt.' Aseocy. '
Supplies Professors, Teachers. Tutors, Gov
ernesses, etc.. to Colleges, Schools arid Families.
APPIy to Mrs M. .1 YOUNG-FULTON.
23 Union Square.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Female.
COOKfI. laondnaavpfl, chambermaids, "cvaJtrcEßfi".
houseworker?. Mre. True -r> Agency, 32>>
322 ;,; hay*>..,h ay*>.., oirii>>r HIM m.
GOOD COOK and iun.-lr<- ; ri- •■.!.. family:
good city reference. "Jl West tiiisli st., on«
flleht front.
!)■.! BEAVORI- f.'fii.-.i Danish jrirl in small
larniij In apartment: pity; $22: ... rilent refer
fti'.ta. Mrs. bhea'w AK<au-.v. 8 Baal 4M st.
i. ;•>> MAID or nur*e; youne~l-;nslli<h Trot
estaal speal French; nn excellent, refined
mail; be*i i.-[. .-.••■. No. £51, Albany ARf-ncy v
l;.i East ' ■:: i st.
LAUNDRESS— Hungarian girl; eompetenlr also
two waitrt and chatnovrmaids, maid and
Beamatress; <;ty. country. j la .i 1928. Morrow'a
Agenry, 721 r>*jtlncton «y_^-. corner sSih st.
■ ri."-r. Trained. Qerman and Binrlifth Bpcakinff,
orlshae fiiitai^*nK'Ht any lifknaM lll>'> . ullfill.
iikih; inofl'ratfi teiun iirs. Hauaei . it i 15.
iwih *£.
Nl RHE — German, ul ! 3D, fii.i cliiss; Infant or
flilM; . xctllfiit t.-f.-H'«c<> on Illi $30. Wal
dorf ac«ii. . l." v..' .;... ».• Plione :itK» Mj^i-
Is n S<lli>:i.
Nl IOEUAID ■ • : nf-at younu Iris!, „|r "
iiitcly landed, witii potn" experience: v<;;
reroiiiriifnd^u. Mi's Sh^_a'«_ Ajs^iM-y. - ii,-; 4 - fl>
VOIiNO G*l*.l^— N<'« t. i-lran, ap«».l 1!«. not out
IWora; h'-!i> chambetwork or i Ml Irwi Wai
dorf Agency, 12 '»•»•- 1 394 M J^lioin: Ms Mad
Ui-n Kquarii.
RESORTS.
I'KNNsJYI VANIA
POST OFFTCE, SHAWNEE, PA.
SHAWNEE HOUSE— W. T. Transti?. .15.
MOUNT POCONO. PA.
i MONTANESCA— T. r> Ivlson. 209.
rOCONO MOUNTAIN HOUSE — 200.
MT. PLEASANT— W. A. ft H. M. Leech.
THE ONT\VOOT»- Blec. Lights. Priv. Baths
HAWTHORNE INN— Ryerson W. Jennings.
FAIR VIEW HOTt;i. K. I^a Bar. 60.
THF. F.I A" IN — Mrs. A. Blatter. 50.
' POt OXO HEIGHTS HSK & Edinger. 40.
| ASSKT BUNGALOWS «• Pininp Hall.
SEW YORK.
CATSKILL
MOUNTAIN
HOUSE
RAILROAD TERMINTTS ALTITUDE
AT HOTEL GROUNDS. 2.250 FEET.
I FOKEST PRESERVE 2,780 ACRES. f
] TWO BFAITIFI I> LAKES.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS. STEAM HEAT.
Weekly Rates from August 28th
to Sept. I3th, $19.25 to $21.00.
Daily Rate $4.00.
CHABLJES * GEO. H. BEACH, Manager*.
CAT6KJXL, N. Y.
SPRING LAKE BEACH, X. J.
, i A n*w and delightfully locatpd hotel, with all
ANHATTAN BEACH, the Ideal summer re- modern improvf-ni'-nts. remaining open
sort and outdoor riming paradise; ono-half throughout the entire year, under the maii
our from New York City. , asement of PRANK F.
EXCURSIONS.
DELAWARE & HUDSON- —
SHORTEST. QUICKEST AM) BEST LI\E.
NEW YORK to MONTREAL
High Grade Equipment on Through Trains from Grand Central. Direct Connec
tion with Hudson Hirer Lines. Choice of Routes via
LAKE GEORGE AND LAKE CHAMPLAIN
Reduced Fares. Aecronnt Kurhnristio Consrena
September 6th to 11th. 1910
Only Line Reaching The Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven. Attractire Week Rod Fares
Tickets & Reservations t*^-**-"
At All Offices of W£' ' / Newr Y <""k City
N. T. C. * W. S. R. R. * /j^Mj Information Bureau.
Hudson Rirer Steamer ///»■' ■.•>-. ■_
Line* and Tonrtat Ageadea Jl/ ' 13a } Broadway.
For Tour Labor Day Outing Consider
THE DELAWARE & HUDSON LINES-
ALL TICKETS /INCLUDE ADMISSION TO
DREAMLAND.
Gr€nl<>st Mnusement Knterprise In the World.
Leave West l2Uth St.. N. R.. »:00, 9:45, 10.30,
]lv3o A M.; 12:15. 1:00 2:00. 2:45. 3:30. 4:15.
D:IC 0:30. 7:30, 8:40 P. M.
l^ave Pier l, N. R.. 0:45. to JO, 11:15 A. M.;
12:15, 1:00. 1:43, 2:45, 3:30 4 !•'. E:UO, C:00. 6:40,
, 7:15. 8:15. 9:30 P. M.
Leave Iron Pier. Con -. Island. 10:55, 11:40
A. M. 12:25. 1:25. 2:10, 2:50. 3:55, *4:05, 5:25.
;«:I<>,; «:I<>, 7:10. 7:50, *:25, {>:25, 10:40 P. M.-
T{r-turnin>r from Coney Island trip marked •
docs not cro to 129tb Street, X. R.
i Round Trip $ From 12»th St.. 60 Cents.
i Tickets I From Pier 1. N. R.. 40 Cents.
STEAMEK TAURUS make* trip* EVERY
HAY to FISHING BANKS. Leavfs 129 th St..
i IC. X.. 7:2(. A. M. Pier (npw) 1. X. R.. S:2O A. M.
| Holt and tackip on board. Fare: Gentlemen.
1 75c; Ladles, 50c; Children. "sc.
STEAMER "OMO REPUBLIC"
ROCKAWAY BEACH
L.v. YoakfTß 5;4." A. M.
LiV. foot 12ftth St.. N. P... 9:45 A. «-. *- P. M. .
l.v. pier (new) No. 1. X. R.. 10:40 A. M., -:45
V. M.
tiv. Rockaway Beach, 12:30. 5:80 P. M.
Trip marked • transfers to str. "Grand Repub
lic' • at Pier 1. X. R.
Kouml trip tlrkets. Rite: < hiidrpn. 25r.
| Irr-ludp adiri. i" Ft»-<*p)"fVias<- Park nt Rockaway.
?KJLongls!andSound
NORWICH LINE ' On Mo»daV« Str. CHESTER I
nunniun Lint, w chapin ivs. Pier 10. 1
N. i:.. ft. Clarkson pi., 10:00 .a. M . ft. of Eas:
L*2il Bt., 10.45 A. M. for Xew l.nnrton, connect
ing th'^re for Ktonington. Norwich, Xarraran
sett I'ler. ProvidPntr. Boston. *c For New
Haven and Bridgeport I.in- Fervico ?ee regular
advrrlls'-m^nt. Folder on rf>qilf?t.
City Ticket Agent. 171 Broadway. N._T.
Lake Hopatcong. SI 00 |
KVERV FRIDAY nnd EVKRY BOXDAT.
l.v. \V, 23a st Fridavß 8:20 A. M ■ Pun- I
days 8 :■(• a M.: Vy. Liberty St. Fridays I
8:30 A. M.. SilD'lltvn 0 -rift A A!. I
PROPOSALS.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON.
D. C.. August l'>. 1910. -Sealed proposals will
'. received at the office of the Purchasing Agent
or this Department until 2 o'clock j>. m. Thurs •
dsy. September 89, 1-1". for furni_hln_ stamped
envelopes and newspaper wrappers for the postal
service for four years from July 1, lull. Blanks
for proposal?, ape ifieatioha and inptru<»loiin to
bidder*, with 'Birii'!"^ showing eoloi and finish
of paper and out and BtJ-le ol en\el'i[.ep, will be
supplied upon application to the Purchasing
Agent, '"•■■ i Office Department, \Ym«hincif>n. D.
c. C. p. GRANDFIE_J>, Acting l'ostmaMer
General
7j7~h. bxcixkbr OFFICE. ROOM 809. cus
tom House. Baltimore, Mil.. Aup. 27. 1610 —
Realed proposals for dredging in Rockhail,
Queervtown, ClaJborae, Cambridge and i"rlsfield
Harbors and Husquehanna. Elk. ''hester. War
wick, Choptank ml Maimkin Rivers. Lower
Thoroughfare, nt or near Wenona, Deal Island
end Tyaskin Creek, Ml.. Nanticoke River, Del.
find Mm., and l-;n.Hri Creek River. Dei will be
received hi this office until on* 1 o'clock P. M.
Sept. "JTi hm". and then publicly ii- • >••! In
ronnatii on application. Thos. I. Casey, Col.
TCnp*; __ _
OFFICE OF THE t-OAIMISSK>NERS OF THE
District of Columbia. vl'aßhinston, l>. <*.. Au-
Runt l! 2. 1810. Sealed proposals will be received
at this offl c until - J»c. m.. September 7. 1910.
for furnlaninK underground Elena] and telephone
rabies for the electrical department ot the T>js.
trict of Columbia, Specifications and blank forme
of proposal may be obtained from ':■ C*l lei
Clerk. i-'nKineer Department, Room -1-7. Munici
pal Building. Washington. I>. C. Ctjno 11.
Rudolph, i: M Markham (Acting) Conuniesion
*tk. d. C.
LOST BANKBOOKS.
i •'„\!-'''K No. 181. ::.«; •>!' Hi. ■ Union I>i;n*> Sav
ings ' tank i - missing?. Any person having a
claim !• It I* l>rr»hy called uj m to present th*»
■aim within i<mi days, or submit to having said
pn?i«b*vik fpn.'-M'-'i end a ■...., : . is.ufd.
BANKBOOK No. 65&.4T3 of the Union Oiiiio Hav^
Ings Ban)) Is mlHKiiit;- Any person having »
claim ii it if hereby ..ill. upon to prevent th*
same within tan days t.r submit tr» having saM
i>aK*book r:iii.» l ! ' rt _1I)jL!L1 I) jL!L new • me Issued
1...-1 Bankbooi Kv. 1 >>!«. -ii of tl>« Bowery
Havings -Jlajik. LM Hnncry. New York. Th«"
finder Is requested to rwturn tt to the hank. If
„.. „....i ,, ( t.(i..,. the .'MM da) <<f August. 1910,
application will be ina.lt; i" the bank for a new
t/.ok. ._._
LOST OH KTOLKN— Bankbook No. •J7!»,T<«> of
tlio Onnan livings Hank. ln th. i"ity of New
York, corner 4 1 ti av< arr.l 14th at., Issued to
TlnrfHii V. hit. All persons in'- cautioned
against negotiating 'he ant If not returned
to the fiaiilv «>n th« :KHh day of September,
1610, ii •limn mil h* jfpu»-I.
XnVEIVTISKMKNTS AND PIYrisCIUPTIONB
-■ „ The Trlhuno received at th'-lr Uptown
Off ■ No. ir.M Broadway, between 3«Jth nn.l
;nth M. until it o'clock p. "> Advertisements
re«-»-ive<l at the following i.ih n<~li offices il ret
v „ office; rate* until 8 o'floik p. m.. viz.: ! ,'.t
flth j,si , «• t. ror. C'iri pt.; I.l* fith h\f.. cor.
liili St.; 101 East 14th Bt.. i'OT \Veat 42*1 j»t.
J?E SORTS.
Yen ns y l v a si A.
C. TlE!,!:xn> Furn C?ott«g*« to Reirt.
POST OFFICE. SWfKTWATF.FI. PA.
TFIE SWIFTWATER-4-100. 40th Season.
THE ANTLERS— A. C. Teese. 30.
post OFFICE. CRESCO. PA.
The EAST SWIFTWATER— - M Ace - 25 -
CRESCO.' PA.
TIIK noi.PH -Walter Rudolph. 75.
<'I>iri' VIE«' — Charles Kolb. 30.
POST OFFICE, CANADENSIS, PA.
Spruce <'ahin Inn— W. .T. & M. D. Price. SO.
MOUNTAIN LAKE HOUSE— U Price. '-!">.
POST OFFICE, MOUNTAIN HOME. PA.
IIKIXER'S MT. AIRY HSK I! K. Heller.
\VOO!)I,.\«N M. .v Cooper. -27,.
POCONO SUMMIT. PA.
POST OFFICE, POCONO PIKES.' PA.
rOCONO PINES INN— MissT.T.Dolbey. 100
NAOMI FIXES IIOI'SK— 3 Mile Lake.
NEW JERSEY.
1 (CAPACITY 1100). Th« reading resort I owe
of \7i!"rif;i, particularly attractive daring]
Atlantic Cfty*« Great Summer Season
i Juno, July. August «nd Sept. The rooms are
large and the 400 private baths «re each sup
: plied with hot and. cold sea. water, so bfne
i filial In rheumatic and other troubles. Ex
quisite music is a feature Whiff, trrvice In
both American and European <Iminrr rooms.
.TOStAH WHITE A- BON9 COMPANY.
j tlOli^ioliouf h
SPRIH6 LAKE BEACH, H. J.
ABtomoblllng. riding, driving, tennis, col;,
canoeing, sea bathing, sailing-, fishing.
275 ROOMS. 200 BATHS.
FRANK F. SHITE. Manager.
THE ~SH'6RIHAM
EXCURSIONS.
BHaRgNHG EXCURSIONS
West Point, Newburgh & Poughkeepsie
Daily (except Sunday) by Palace HUDSON
RIVER DAY LINE STEAMERS HF.NDRICK
HUDSON. ROBFRT FUI.TON and ALBANY.*
Brooklyn. FuHon St. 'By Annex). v . Des
hrosses • St.. 8:40 and B:40: 'West 42d .St.. '.• and
10; West l"nth ft.. 0:20 and 10:20 a. M. Return
on either down boat due 4'2d St. 5.30 or 8:40
P. M. See Steamboat Advt.
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
WEST POSiT
STEAMER MARY rOWELL
Leaving Desbrossea St.. 1:45; W. 42d St., 2:00;
W. J29th St., 2.20 P. M Return to N. Y. by
Str. '-ALBANY." $1.00, or by rail, 51.10. Daily.
except Sunday. Orchestra. Cadets in Camp.
LABOR DAY
EXCURSIONS!!'
One low rate covers all expenses.
SARATOGA SPRINGS . 3 Days... Only 5 14.00
THOUSAND ISLANDS. . 4 •• ... " 21.50
NIAGARA FALLS ... 4 "... •• 21.50
NOVA SCOTIA . . . .9 "... " 55.00
LATER AUTOES' TRIPS.
WHITFTMTK 7 Pays. . .Only $40.00
MONTREAL & LAKES. 9 " ... " 60.00
Write or "Phone us for "Free Booklet."
THOS. H. HENDRICKSON
343 I'tilion >t.. Brooklyn, >". V.
SPECIAL TRIPS FOR
including Tickets and Hotels.
Atlantic City a days... $io.co up
Niagara Falls '■< days.'... ISJISinp
Thousand Islands '£ tla»s.... 19.75 up
THOS. COOK & SON,
240 Broadway. _64 nnd 563 Fifth Aye..
640 M.,;:y--;i Aye., New Tor!:.
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
I.N [>URSUAJfCE OP AN ORDER OF HON.
Vbner C Thomas, a Burrogate of tin- County
of* New York, notice la hereby Riven to all
persona having claims acainst Charles Maync.
late of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber, .-it her place of transacting
business, at the offices of Pratt, X tohier &
Russell. No- 47 Cedar Street, In the City of
New York, on or before the 23rd day of Sep
tember next.
Dated New York, the Wth day of March.
191 « CAROLINE MAYNC. Executrix.
CAROLINE MATNC, Executrix.
Prat. Koehler & rtii!=s'»ll. Attorneys for Ex
ecutrix. No. 47 ■...::.■ Street. Borough of
Manhattan, City of New York.
IN PTTKSUANC'B OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C Thomas. ■ Sorrogate of the County
of New York, Notice la hereby given to all
persona having claims againai JAMES WILLS,
late of the County of New York, deceased; to
present the name with vouchers thereof to the
subscriber, at hie place of transacting business
at the office of McOurdy £ Yard. No. 6a Broad
way, In the City of New York, on or before ''..*
10th day ■■; December next.
Dated New York, the 28th day of May, I*lo
WILLIAM BIUNKERHOFF. Executor.
M'CTTRDY & YARD, Attorneys for Executor.
»;<; Broadway, f'"r":.e!i of Manhattan. New
York^ ■ l*y.
IN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER of HO.V.
Abner C Thomas a Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice is hereby given i.. all
persons having claim against Kugerie Bhltl,
deceased, lati of the County of New York, to
present the name with vouchers thereof to thx
subscribers, :it their i>'.ai>- of transacting bud
ness ,t the office of Wiiltrldire, Butler d Rice,
No. :.:i Wall Street, in The City of New York,
on or before lha first da: of December next
Dated New York, the 25th day of Ma) 1 it l o.
ADRIAN iSEI.IN JR., SAMUEL WOOLVER
. TON. Executors.
WHIM:!!-- I" rr.r.H * RICE. Attorney!
for Kxecutors. r,!) "Wall Street. N. V
IN PI RSUANrE OF AN ORDEH OF HON.
Abner •• Thomas, b Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice i.s hereby given to nil per
tons htivin^ ■ \.i - if.-.iiii-i Alexander Mt-I»onald,
i ,:, or the County ■•! New York, deceased, to
pre •'■ the Karri, with vouchers thereof to the
.■.i,| Brribei at hi« place of transacting busine?:,.
No. ids Uroadw-ay, In th« City of New York, un
or befi the nineteenth day of November next.
Dal '1 New York, the t-ev*-nlepnth <'■'■■• of May.
1910. EDMUND X STAI-1.0 Administrator.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
CHEMICAL si'i:>MAT-ITli:s, serious ass] *•!>•
ported uiili Important funds, would be i>r
grnntznt ami sold in France by iti- i aboratolra
<Vntrnl de Prortults I '■'" >•■ •■ • "'• l«.uea «mj
<"l'1ml"i" «- No, .VI Hurt Reaumur, Paris. Kr>«
rln! in- ii.-.t. riul<-k i „.■ rf-rlalti *ti< C£p».
WAKTK"- Partner In « welt r.«t^l)|i.«h.'rl grain
|. ii-ii. • M 111 Connecticut'; must have sonirt
capital; rood opportunity for the :i b ui man.
AtMi'CM Grain, Tribune otfico.
TIME TABLES.
. > HAMBURG- X'./J-urOT^;
j(^^AMgßlCANgg^gggjjg^
Ik WEST i!<3iES ! LOMBi^HP«H!S-H»MBORG' M
«A ThTe< deiifFhtftii erutß*s. j :•;:.>• • ■ au k . vir.. *•»«. aioa. m. i^
t£f leaving X- ■■>•■ Y«irk January 24, Bluecher. .Sept. 7. IP. M.
\A February 25 an. l March 28, V': '•' : an ,^ --,— :: •••••Sept. '" '' A. M m
IB ,'«l.'-r,>r- -^ Restaurant. Gymnasium. El"-. Baths. Mf
M MOLTKE to tho Spanish , pr -.-,•.,.- Palm <;^rfl'-n. -iHanib'jr?
JSP Main, "West Irvli<*s, PsnaAin j <•]!-•'■ •Kntti Bccimrawlattons re-
m T - /...it ;' -v I- <In ! «.«BRAf.TAK. VAPLF> AN!. GENOA M
Sl^o '!t| up «ip. cruis". -„ s. b\i\\:\ -- P » •_'■:. i r
j£p IB days, $85 «nd dp. ALSO In Nl>vttnb«r \ the b#w it.^h.mj ton a^f^
f?Bv CRUISES TO ORIENT. s - s - •"■"^•■' ■■<<•") am! i*inr!nna»i vil! jmr
\(3, SOl.-TH AMKKI'.A r A.NU TKAVM.I |. v CHBCaU I-I Tf> OB
v*, AROUND THE "VVORI^D. Tourist r...j,r. for Trip* ErTywhere. mm
\gL Wrlfe for i!lustrafrrl booklets. <;!>.:•*," anrt Travel Books on Sat« tfgf
•SSBMEgaVm n\'.;n'i;r- \iit:kh-\v tiv;:. ;i-i.-, ii r n.<hvny. >. v. ■■■■■■
(Splendid Steamers— Splendid Service) j
Health and pleasure await:
upon you —
—At Buzzards Bay and
Cape Cod — quaint Cape Cod.
The Fall River Line gets
you there.
Fall River Line steamers leave
New Ycrk, Pier 19, North River,
foot of Warren Street, at 5:30
P. M. Get you to Boston as
early as 7 o'clock next morn
ing—later if you like. 4£A
Fare to Boston «£•*
Telephone 5121 CortSandt for information.
City Ticket Office— l7l Broadway.
CUNARD LINE
Piers ',?,. r,4 * M, North Rivrr. foot of 14th «■
Offices; 21-24 State SI . opposite the Batter>.
Lusitania— Maurctania
T»rKr«it, Fastest, Finest Steamer!* Afloat.
Hew York-Fishguard-Llverpool
London Direct via Fishguard
Tho most expeditious route. Quickest also t0
PARIS BERLIN — VIENNA
T/eare. New York Wednesday. 9 A. > T
MONDAY IN LOHOON TUESDAY IN PaRIS
Wireless Telejrraph. Submarine Sisnal*.
MAURETANIA Mis: 31. Sept.' 2l, J*=K*S
I.ISITAMA Sept. T. Sept. 88. Oct. 19
Qusenstown — Fishguard — Liverpool
Paronla. ..Sept X. man carnaala ■• > l P , t .; ']
Campania. Sept 14. 10am \ Caror.ia '• -■
IIITNGAKIAN-AMKRICAN SERVICE.
To FIUME via GIBRALTAR, NAPLES, TRIESTE
Pannonla .Bept 8, noon! Carpathia £*"*• *
Ultonia . .Sept 22. noon! Saxonl i ( -"" - M
ITALY-EGYPT CKCISES.
I 1910-11, Nov. 2«. Jan. 7 & 21. Feb. 1«. March 11.
Travelers' Checks Issued— pood everywhere. _
« utrnir l AMI IMC From Piflr 62. It K.
AMERICAN LIINL at ,<>,,» a. m.
>- v. — Plymouth— Cherbourg:— Sonthampton
Ht I^uis..". Sept. 31 H. Paul t'ept- i«
Nrw Y0rk . . .... Sept. lo| Philadelphia Sept. 24
RED STAR LINE From I v i<>r 59.
RED STAR LINE N . R .. «a. m.
NEW YOUR— DOVER— ANTWERP. _
! Vaderland Sept. 3 Kroonland Sept. «
Lapland (new>.. Sept. lOiFinland bept. -4
AMTWFRP f TMK y ™ MAMMOTH
ANTWERP vs. LAPLAND
DOVER i SEPT. 10. II A. M
. /-v»trvrvM " f;iass-enrlo«e(l Tromennde.
LONDON Verandah Cafe. Ix>un*e—
DA DTC i Elevator. Orrhe«tra. Shop.
rAKIJ ! Wirele*-.
WHITE STAR LINE £TViT£"b
N. V . Queenstowii. llolyli«»a<l. Liverpool.
Baltic. .Sept 3. 11 a Cedrlc . Sept IT
I C6ltte.*.«Sept:;lO; no<in| Arabic ...Sept. -*
' N V Plymouth. Cherbourg. Southampton.
I Teutonic. . \ lie. 31. 3P ml Majestic -• : ; «
iiHrY«£ P HEDITERRaNiAH
Via Azores. Gibraltar, etc.
' Canoplc.Sep* 14. 4 pm|Romanic ■' ° rt - I
Cretic.P^pt. 21. Caaopic A, „-
Offices. ■« Bway (Tel 2100 Rector) & Tier *"2.
N. n. (23 I St.). N. T.
■ Lv N.Y.. Pier 81. N.R., foot W. 42d St., week diys «.»•
■ 9.35. 10.30 A.M.. 12.30. 1.30. 3.15. 4 15. *5.25. 7.45 P.M.
■ an . <> 00, 10.00 M.. 1.00. 3.30. 7.45. 10.40 (E»Jt
I LoTip Branch only; P. M.
?Lv N V Pier 10. N.R.. foot C")»r St., w»ek <iajs
■<> IS 10 00. 1100 A.M.. 1.00.2.00. 3.45.4.45. »5.45.
■*10 F V. Sun. 9.50. 10.30 A M . 1-30. 4.00. 8.10. 11.10
I <E.Loßgßr.only)P.M.*WiHnotiunJoly4andScpt.s.
[J New York Harbor Roond Trip lt_sH
.. RrwTork to Atlantic H {'■'■■- '
I 4 1?: «tekday».sJS.7.«t "• S". 7.«. »••»••.■
| :-.,. rg..w^-kHv.-5?.45.sr g..w^-kHv.-5?.45.s
f Special Sy OOi
Excursions # «^^^-^
The Maine Steamship Company sell at
their Pier 20. East River, Ticket Office
Only Ten-Day non-transferraMe Excur
sion Tickets from New York to Portland,
Main*, and return for $7.00. MMiaM
and accommodations assign* I toi these
1 excursions only on day of saUinc.
[ Pallines Monday, 10 A M Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday. •• P. >l. from
T>i» r .^o ' f' is' River. New north star.
■» vNOIITHIAMI ami NORTH STAR,
ti'lns descriptive booklet sent on request.
MAINK > S- ( °- 290 BRO%nWAY. N. v
' MALDKN f Stramerr losre ri'r 43.
SMITH'S I.l»«; N*- I*-- »"'• dinstorh'-r ><■•
(,KKM.»M»» > i \\Vst PJOtli St. T:'X> P. M.
!,n^)" l ! Saturday special 1 p.m.
! ATIIKNS | TM^r 4.". and 1 31 P. M.
ST«M"KrOKT W. - '-"•'' SI
COXSACKIE I 'Phone 1"".^ J-"prin;.
\\<r TKIP. >AT.. M'KCIAI.. >KPT. S.
for Mnl.lTi. «'nt»kill
LABOR day
OUTINGS L iM ., iH , Tnnf-2. ,
„ ' ' and I days. Greatly
reduced mi i covering transportation
hotels etc. Only ?<>.."•!> and up. Includ
in> Niagara Fallf. Lake Chnmplnln.
Lak' •;•■•.■;-. Thousand Islands. Dela
ware :i'« ■•■ ' lap fataklll* (Saratoga,
Boston •'■ Send for -i ••' :I ■ roulai
MARSTKRS TOURS, 31 \ '••«- .".Oth fct..
New ■■■■■'■. City.
ANCHOR LBNE
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
California Bept 3. V am! Columbia 17. noon
T^irnc"«ia ~. pt. 1U n--«ont I'tiledoiila .^»-pt. -' noon
I IKS CABIN, ?r.7.50 and $71.30.
SECOND CABIX. >«"» aad MJI
lllli;!> CLASS. *■■?" "5 anil *'"■
HENDERSON BKtTI'HEKS, 17-19 Broadway.
nrn!»n" I 134 C ''»^i l \- waiist.
hrO U Llt«£ Kerry. KKlyn. at noon.
"orsan Juan, P. ft-. L* guayra. Pto Cabello.
' Curacao ami Mar,, atro via Cura«aa
.-ir-ion" -Sept- 10! PI Uad*l| ' ' >«■;'. 24
~For£a Guayra. cup»cho and Maracalbo.
7,, M.i ...Pept. B|ManWftlbQ **Pt. 1.
"upeVlor'AccoiiiTnodatlons f.>r I'assens.ns.
C.enerftl Managers. .83 TVall St. 7-
Maunlflc-ent P. '& " Vrll ' ¥|< "S?>l A Olf C
"avea F-t.. 4: rate* MOO UP. ■BaLAfllA d
Including shorn excursions: 71 ■«•».— ..<-,
en.-hahtlns .lays. Stop-over HDKMT
prtvll#C*B. :•» hl«h etas* rt inos. Uk9lk.ll I
hound World Tours Oct. and fl Dill CC
VvX;'^:::\- ...-V^J CRUISE
BLOCK ISLAND, ORIENT, GREENPORT,
SHELTER ISLAND Si SAG HARBOR.
Btr •■rihinnecock" of Monr -ink S(e.imt>.iat L'o.'i
i Ine leavaa N. V.. New Tier H, K. R.. Tuea. and
Thur*. 3:30 P. M-. ■•*» 1:00 I*. M.
BERMUDA TOURS
«f>«y»>. i-mertnt: all .\p<"l--~ *.V> OO
lliAMi. lotIUST CO.. GOO Broadway, it. x.
TIME TABLES.
! •.-;, ..,.-.., "HENDRICK HL'DSON.**
j "ROBERT FULTON." "ALBANY" and "MART
i POWELL." of tba Hudson River Dey Line, fast
i esi ana finest river boats in the «■<-.-!.
| I*e. R»ai dawn Arr. Read np.
am. | A.M. I P. M. ■ Dally, ex. San. ( A . M. | P.M. i P.M.
I ■•'^■- ■ [ t B-klyn Annex! t | «:3>l
j BHOJ »:4nf l:4s;.D»«br'ses St..|tl:4»! 8:^! .. .
i 9:00 10:00 ■_• ,n, v— %-■■> •■ 11:3»: 5:30; 9:4*
9:30 lO::o 2:=o|.We« 12» St.. j!l:oo| 8:10j »:12
: B: « 10 N . Toßken •« "x>
L:;- 4:50] Btghi-d Falls s>:4O[ •••-
ll:r^> i.V fK>( s^*>l-WeM point I 5:35! 2:50 5:45
;o"«- * J:2-*!J :2 -*! 'J -Cornwall .. Hilt' •»:»>
1-:2j 1:45j r,:4.-,i. .N> lv b nr -h..j 9:001 2:15 5:0»
! I «:l."»(N>w Hamb # ?f 7:30! ... I
*;:;; «■ I F - :^\- Miiton ... t:»i •
»,n 2:3 -"i 0:1 "'! Po'Vi-ep-le. j 7 '.*•• 1:20 »■!»
- :30 ' 1 • I Kln^jtcn Pt - 112:25
"i^: : 7:4.-.i .. Kingston ..] 6:00 ' -
*:?! ratsklll .. 11:00
■ %** 1 , Hudson .. 10:40
PM P.M p.m.- •• Alban - AM A M P».
•Conner-tins at Cormrall -with O. * W. By.
Special trains to CMMrlfl Mt. resorts and f-ara
li tr:>. and easy connertiors to all points Eaot.
I North an ! West. Through tickets and ba*K<»a«
'■"■""'' a offices of N. T. Transfer O. Through
i rai, tickets w «?n N. T. and Albany accepted.
Most delightful on»-hslf and one-day outings to
U>st Point. Newbtirirh or Pon«bke«pal<», r«»
fuminjr on any ifow n Day boat. Meats served
at all hours. Mn*ie.
1 STR. J MARY POWELL s^? uir " m
Perfect Aflensaaa) Outing. ijeavc Denbrnsw<e St.
1:4.", Iv air connecting at West Point wltai
STB h\ RAMY *" 42d St. fi:V) T. M.
Cili. liLUHnI Or-hestra en each steamer.
Going: to the International Fuch*rf»t!c Coa
cress in Montreal take the
'iiiiiiwti.i;<L»;i:ii!i:ifliH
Most direct Route. i*up*rb s^r«»nnn"<!»Hori^
; and "errire. Thronjch Ronm! Trti> tlrk«»t».
Three route*. Opt inn of taking in I^ke G«ot»«»
and l.akp Cbamplaln. Rereptlon to Cardinal
j Vannutelli .Sept. 3.
PEOPLES LINE TO ALBANY
STR. C. W. MOTISE (ev»n flat*? Aug.). STR.
ADIRONDACK— Daily from Pier 32. N- B-. <*
P. M., W. 129 th St, 6 30 P. M. ORCHESTRA.
CITIZENS LINE TO ALBANY & TROY
New Str TROJAN or RENSSELASR. Pi-r
'■■ 4«, N R-. ft. West 10th St., 8 F. M-; Tonker*.
I 7 P. M. daily. Stop at Albany to either dlree
tion.
Best service. Direct rail connection at
i Albany and Troy for points North. East, and
West. Rail tickets accepted for pa«sag« be
tween New York. .Albany, and Troy Horse*
and a-itomoblles carried at reasonable rates.
-en.l t'.r Summer Report Book and Tp th«
Hu»l«in and Beyond." a beautiful illt!<«r»ted
booklet.
London m jl TUESDAYS
KSSd. Nonji "•• '
Expre»3 3atllngg. ..
( Kals. Wl'.h-m Il.Sept. «'CecJls - -Jept. »
)Ks Wm d'Or..P»pt. l?.|Kronprlnr Wm.Kert. 27
BREMEN «SI 111011 10 A. M. 8
Twin Screw Sailings.
j I Or. Kurf uerst.-Pept. 1 i Barbarossa. . . . - *g>- 1?
1 ;p. Fri. ■•'". i: sept. SI C-Wattn (Sat.).riep. 1.
GIBRALTAR 1 I^__J SATURDAYS
NAPLES S illVfi 1.4.M
GENOA hlU| M HA.M.
I *" m ~^ M3 "* :
!.;Koeni? Albert.. S*pt. 10 K. Lulse Oct. 1
II P. Iren»? Sept. 24iB<>rlin (new> Oct. 9\
and Snbmnrlne Slcnnls.
; Independent nouad.tbe-lVorlit Tsars.
Traveler- ' Check Good A II Over the World.
I OELRICHS & CO., fen'! Agts.. 5 Broadway. !». X
LONDON' n> j S. s. Rotterdam
via f Sarriaa 1 24.1W Terrs.
Plymouth ' { Leading M<»wYan. Sep. 13
Luxurious Comfort to Ocean
Travelers Nowhere Exceeded
NEW YORK I „ „ , I Sailing
LONDON f 10 lland [very
PARIS America Tu6sday
{via Plymouth & Line at '
Bcnlocrne ,/M.) *-"*« SI
ROTTEBOJIM 139 Bf< "'" > " 1 fILH.
•Noordnm Sept. « *Pot«dam S»-p». -:1
f Rottertlam. . .Sept. 13 ! ?»w Amsterdam. Oft. *■
•Kyndmn Sept. '.'0 "N.iordam Oct. It
•Via Boulogne s/M. tVla Plymonth & Boulogne.
jtj^li^llii't'.wi.B^mtj
For »nbitrKb. Pougri»'»«»<"p«i«» and Kingston.
From Pranklii Bt., week days, except Sat.. 4
P. M. Bats.. 1 P. H. W. 139ta St.. 1:30 P. M.
For NKWBI'RGH and intermedlats land
ings, week days. I p. M Saturdays. 3 P. U.
West 1 •_'!>'■ St.. 3:30 p. M.
ciiuhAVC From Franklin St.. 0 A. M.
dUrSvHiu West iJ9th St. <> .50 A. M.
NEW YORK TO BOSTON
I'ar^ 51 00. Metroro'ifan Line K.Trro=« Turb'no
gS*^ YALE & HARVARD
WK Pa\s .-.-■•■ Lv<-. Pi»r D. N. '' . f:.
nf Rror.ir s*.. N«w York. 3 P. 51. ."■•. Br>=f>r»
n \. M. next rtay. £<arre sehetnifo iTtumtme.^
KKD BANK LINE.
Leaves Franklin St.. Pier 24. North Rl»er.
i (Sail-. S 30 a M.. 2:30 P. M.. Snn. 5:30. 9 iS
A M.: Battery. *:« 0 A. M. 299 P. M. Pan.
« .-.-.. 9 33 A. M.. for Highland!*. Red Bank. etc.
Exc 30c. Trolley to Lone Branch »nd Anburr.
DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
ROLL. TOP
DESKS
y L 0 i\ v
OFFICE
WVWOOTCMM
fn irreat variety
of style and price.
T. G. LEW.
11l Fulton St.
CARPET CLEANING.
IM. Y. CARPET CLEANING WORKS
Oldest. Lartr*« Most Mod^ra.
j T»l. 46.0"- — — Bryant. Established 1»T.
i Fine Hugs Woven from Old Carpets,
i Prices KfasonnW". S^nd for Oin-nlsr.
437 and 439 W. 45th St.
' ■U- H.- JORDAN. j KDWIN T.FVT7._
! Carpet & Hug Cleansing
T C.H. Brown Go, n^: rr , yHIJI
CAKKKUI*" CARPET • v MV; CO.- -Clean*
by compressed .' " Steam, hand or on floor..
' 1.-..-,» Broadway, 4_-; East 4?th St. COB A
I BRANDT. Tel. I??— 3Sth.
j FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
LAROE. S!N'NY CORNER ROOM, renntn*
■n-ater: private family: beautiful location, faeina 1
th« Hudson: telephone. Harrison. 213 West ltflsC
»t. Telephone 1 " — RtTeralda.
BOARD AND ROOMS. ~ ~~~
, r.N WKSI" - - • ST. — Private bat I parciueted;
plectrioity. s'.eam h*!»t: excellent tible; *pe
<~Ht: .10.-tor'< salf: opportunity.
_______ _
FOR SALE.
I 810 BARGAINS — u»ed uSIc« furnitures
dfsks. typewriters, cash rejtl.^tern. j ' !:r.| m*
rhines, ■: lm*misytil f*'i-- caMn«ts. safes, ad
dressing mftohirvfs, tlrre flooks. partitions. :ttecfel
protectors. baakcaaas NATHAN'S. 4 Whit* Street
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS.
VICTOR VI.UbLe. 7l» Nassau St.; cataToin)*
free: all makes taken part payment: bargalms
In l'rnier\v.->otl«. Kemingtons. OUvera. Smithy
AUCTION SALES.
Yjv VJrtVk OP a CHATTEL "MORTGAOI^
.Va\ Kiir)> t>> 1.-mi-i Kiit-hslorhfr. ilatvil July
IT !'>! ■• tllf.l July IT. U»l'>. with the register at
Kings County, I will s«*!l ti>- <in\ at ..;■» ant
.<;-'.!■ streft. UorciiJtli of i:rookl>n. at l(»
lv. m . inaihir..ry. vi^s. nheur*. pum-hM,
j « I^TI. t liannn^rf. wag->n. s;if«-. «1 t --Rk3. tvp*
wxilter.-. <h»irs. counter, fllin*! cablr«»t.<. scattol.l
pl;ii:k«. »n«l Rll ether property mention*! tr\«
xohedule ..f «aid nwrtgis*. By i>nier of attorney
tin mortitag^f. Moe> Kr>. auotkinc*r.
It V~>R DE R «■!' A (Tl ATT -■■.' . MORTfj AC^
KtTen l>v Jlmit S.-huJman ant Abraham /
?. hulmiii !■» r«i\ •) A. WrWlt, will <<ell a t t»jf -
»l^ »i!«-thin August it. ti>ti>. .-,,.,. shf/T 1 .
•it 1300 .V!) o\», dnisr stor* fixtures /"-I
11l sni'l pr^rnl^s. b» . n r ,;^ pj
■ ■ti ?tt.l j-r.-M'.!-^.
Mortgagee A. Kelnhevgr. mtcrney for Bftt-
Sag N. Or<-ii. au-.tionter.
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