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« $12.«OI». a«s*«w=rr.*T.T« f.-r $* 4 |7*J.- "!''
mm Oct 28; exchange: address. 12S Broadway
lWTH ST. • *. XSS ft w of B&thgate are. 20X
' 02; Saul Ellner to <:Ura EttnT <tr.ts NVi-". ««■••
14; 51; ill ill— JO* East ISStli tit.
RECORDED MORTGAGES.
rwitn r.ame, and a«re*s of lender's ■llljjpi
:utrrcst at 3 per oent unless otherwise etatea.
OCTOBER 2C.
» MANHATTAN.
T-icT rvn avt r.9 ioxlif: Oft "£>'• '• *£"*
C. g^^SoSSrintt' t^Wiani Uasemunt.
J4.WU; sddreaa Cannon Station^ conn.
BCDSCRB ST. €36. 4 rty brk » « cor H«*tto
572 Ea« 4th *t. -
,■..-. v-.-rnv . vr "44 4 sir brli. 19.9x5.»:
-•■"""• Btieaa* «-
Wall st.
, PEARL ST. IS and ;<rlor tote brk: TOO Mrtj
2";,,,, bo*^ ■ cirtrude a Vac.ierbeck to
*k£? KHSTcteTw^ a"re . l*onxvxllc.
X T.
;i V •- pBorFrTT .prior mUr 597.41Z); Oct.
Robert V "
J15.0OO; address. lUchfleld Bprta«w. M T.
riiHCC ct «a>. n c cor lAlfftt «t, C3r105
(--inr^S S50.««?): Feb-13: 2 yrP, « per rent:
MaTiom Co to viola L Jones. 417.500;
address. 1M "^" est 1 5 - J o «*-
SD A\"E BM. 4 sty brk. 16x32: Oct IS: doe
am~p«"- bo'nj; Bobort B Biker to Title Guarantee
a-d Trust Co; J3.l*>o; address. IM Broadway.
— A^■T:. es. ft ct or --ft. 4O1IPO:
<Vt*2fi: S >""; Jonn O' Conner to Joslah H I*«
TVitt: $50.00": address. 14 East 64' et.
I3TH ST. 234 East. 3 *t v fcrlu 21.5x125.3 (prior
j-tp $13.«»0i 1 >: Oct 26: 1 vr, « per cent; John T
Oafcler to John Merfcal: $1,500. afiJress, 61) Elf
nr*r* pi. Brooklyn. N V
2STII FT. <l and *3 East. 3 sty brk. 41.5x195-9:
Oct 10: 2 >t». ii per cent: lacer Clrcl* R^*JtV
CTna tn Georg« TV Olvacr; $20,000: address, 235
West 41 *t.
3JTTH aT. 1-J7 f- DI tTe»t. <» ■% brt. C&Sx
Jrroir iprinr T=t|r $100.0<X»): Oct 2'"-: <J«e Scz>t 14.
SPIS T\-I!M&Tn S* Heard to Five BorooeLs lioilty
Co; rrS.OCO; address. Cl Nasss.a st.
4'TII PT. n «. 425 ft w or 3th aye. 50x100.5
fr^or xats $135 000); Oct 23: dvi« a» r*>r bend;
3CtiHa F Kllg^re To SiesTrie.l Wertheiraer;
JR.^ 10 ; n^ilr«-ss. Cl 9 "West 142 d st.
4RTH FT. s 6. 2tX'.^ ft c of sth aye. 24 AxIW.S;
O-t 2Ti- 5 jt?: JcrrJo X V»n nrnr.t t-> Equitahl*
T.tfp Awurance Society; 115.W1 aiirtss. 120
EToa<iTvay.
MTT? -■-. • « MM PI »• -• Ist aye, 19.9x1 m..-;
rv-t 2R 3 V«; Marknii Wril to Latrr-ers Titifl
TlWilTl~ l " and Trust Co; $:0,500; address, liK>
Bnadii-*:
flSI> ST. 403 KaFt. 5 ■dr M 23x100.5 f prior
rit»r SliSOOt; Oct 22: 2 •yrf. 0 TX'r cent; Adolph
Urtf'rtt" »r!>l aro to G<»or|:» E Cnllam; 92.Q0Q1
a«r<-Es. BTv3 Foi- si.
<kTTH ST. 123 East. S sty brk. 20x1(^.5: Oct
SB; duo as per bon.l: May O CWrrllla to Gaar
enry Trust Co or New Tork: 510.1 XX'; address,
T* Nassau rt.
71ST BT. 40 TTcst. 4 Mr brk. COxHXVS: Oct 2<>:
«!u» us p^r Son>*.: Aurtin "R* Ho'lls to Titie Guar
antee an 3 Trust Co; $20,000; address. 17G En->ad
way.
irr.TH ST. ICT. TTr-yt. 5 ftr brk. 2T)XiOO.ll: r
Tn <p«*r ttjts fll.\.«:<0;: urt i>»: dv» as r*r l^nd :
Rafiatt Einbisler to Christie Gramlich: *4.<HX);
eiiress. 633 ColaJubus aye.
13CTH ST. 203 and 231 Wot. 3 sty brk, 4"t
TO.ll: Orr 2«- 5 tt«: Isaac SVirtcn to N«w Tor::
PoUetJ fflr *b« Eels' 1 ? of Widows and Orphav.s
«-* Sfofica] Jlt-n. a cprrcratlon ; $1S.OOO; address.
57 West 43d Et.
THE BRONX.
>RTHIR A\~E. ti «• cor 175 th st. 9.V 10x140. 11 :
*"»-t "4 desiand. « r^r <~er.t: 1! F Cuslck, ln
rorrora'':"*. to MicJ«?l P Custok; $20,000; ad
<sr«»s!=. Cl Par* pi Brooklyn.
VQfEDITT AI"E. •a, k* .... - ; - lot 1".
amended rrr?r fatatnann »?taie. 41.8x101.2 (prior
r-r? $il.<»«>i: <Vt 2T,; -iu^ us r«r boci: Aifi* 1
r.i;f to Annie F Evan?; SS.O00: address. —^
Aaa« K ls<-t sv».
nR^OT<. WS. 59 5 . 2£*x138.4x irre.s: rw-t «:
2 \-r<i. ti p»T oer.l : Clara 1* TVright to OUa •'
Stepbana. l^ccrp^raTP-i. $3.<X«>; attcmer. "WiUiain
<: Keiyea, 7G William ft.
■-T-Ar AYE. ICf?. 23x100; r.-- 21: 3 yr»;
t-^rr.'jel Oamberzkv m Lathrop Colgate; J5.500;
ad^res^. Eedrcrd. N T.
T-T-fc ITEI, p ««. at l!n» »wt-«reeti lota 32" api
T" nin Csksnett. 1:4.11x10*; Oet 25; •"• m.
T. - r^r c»r.t: Mlr.K. Construction Co t'.» Albrfcht
KsJtho3; $!.»•.'.
t-t_t_;j AYE. f ». 24.11 ft • nf *in« befx»°n \"**
r2« anefsTT: sam» ir^.p. 24.11x10*: Oc* 25: 3 jt«.
»,i- pe r <^>r*; saxiie to same; $4.r'<» 1 : r*ss. 307
Bc-lmoiit «•(■«. •
U~iTS 42 ard 44 and 217 to 220. ir.ap Penfl«-M
Bacth Moim^ A'ernon; O*-t 11: 1 vr. « p»r
'■"ijt - V>" ; i!iam I f\' P^n^^ld ti N*w York. N«"w
JUwa A- KaitJori Railroad C"; $3,000; address.
oranJ Ccn;ra.l Station.
MAKPN AYE. 2466. WHIOT..«: Arr;l 1: - vrs,
J>.<:rl7h VTCXIer to Bronx Investment Co; 110.000;
aidr^EF, 12 V Frofidway.
11AHTHA AYE. * $. 50 ft ti 'f 2<l a^. 23x100;
o-t 2ri- 3 Ty 4^i r*r cent; «"^-»ar'<»s F Kuxpny
t<» Erailie Goth; £2,000; addrea. ir.77 Lexington
PAKK AYE. -n- ». 2«7.<: it c cf l«7th et. 75x10;:
Oct 22 I.1 '. S yr»: pm- John Jv'hs»{»r to Geors-* H
J^irser! $.j.'k>j. atiire?^. ScarsdaJe. N V.
PA".!\ AYE. m f. 38241 ft f cT IST* st, 7."x
102. Oct 2"'; -'• rrs: «am»- to same; $4,400.
PAEK *vel -a- p. 4-^7 t .- s cf IS7: 1 .- «r. 10»2
r<*» S; <>-t 2<>: 3 vr«. *am« ti> *a— c; $7.aw>; ai
cr«-ss, i>3.nic as abovr
FT ANN'? IVE • s. 99.11 ft 8 «f 14fith rt.
14 llxf»0.4; Oct CtJ: 1 >t; KrietJii.-h Klein to Ger-
Jran s«v:-~f Bs=k. $:.noo. aidreys. l^j East
Uth rt.
VTTEfi A">"E *f. 270 ft v "f reeaan) »t. 2."
a. 100- Oct 2<i- 3 jTS; O Zrncales Co to Jor.iah H
1> V."::t. tru's, $i 7.5*»: address. 14 East sith *■'.
STH A""E. a »"%» tot 100. 4, map WaljeSeld.
r/'ill-i' Ocl 2"j -i-Uf as r>«=r bond; Andr«*Ti" Craun
T-i ~arah "BTnste!c; $4 2Of>; a-idress. 21.=> TTest
lOOttl Et.
31TH 4\~E. n *. 529. » ft «cf 23 It. 25.3x114
■^'ai^e"'d scrt 1: 3 vrp. S'-= r^r cer.t: carm^la
■*-f-M1 to OOtxmL ilortsice Ob; $5,000; ad
«:r»T« ♦» Wall tt.
!4."TH FT 6 a "35.8 ft. o cf "!A"ints ay». S7. fi x
J«W ipnc rr.te f26.7^0>; <Vt 24; 2 yrs, firT cent;
O-ristian Jar:CE to Ros« Nas»!: $4.o>">; ad
cr<-cs. 14 <S <> *ah aye.
177 TH BT. = B iru R ft c Of Tremor.t are, W 2
y irr^s. 377*h **. ti f. "ill ft f of Davidaan
»v». ";v>x»>7.' > x Irrejr; DarUtaoa ay. ♦- c. ft) Jt n
cf 177 th st. 41>i:.tu»x tr-ep: Dartflaon ay. « ■.
139 ft n ---- »='. 4Wx5.".1s irrec; DAv;dso!i
a -» , . jss ft D of mth rt. "1."xr,4.1«v lrrec;
r>a\-icis.^n »«■. t\- «; 10f< ft r r>f 177tti st. U"x^4.*;\
lrr«g; L's^lcsr'n nve. v- f. ■_ fi r. of 177tn M.
I2ox m«c: Oct 24: 1 yr. « T>*r eer.t; John Ma.<
rtaUna O to David J Daly; SS.O00; a-Jdrc^r. "--
Tiosers ay«. Rltmt-iiU.
FT. B r. 47r« f; c Bf Keppter ay«. VH
s3<*» : O"' 1^ - 1 TT, « T>»r r»n*. Tti<-hard Cl»men«
T-i F-anc«s Burns; Jl f"-»>: a>idrr«:-. White Plains,
SATISFIED MORTGAGES.
OVrh v.irr* ztA address cf lender's attorney.)
"CTOBER 2fi.
MANHATTAN.
AYE A w ■. ft »i of 7!?t ft 2Jx«7: June
35. 1307. Lnri« Graunjrherg. L*>sie Fioi; and H*T
mn" 1 Orpf—eimer to Anton and Annie Schuster:
?4.0(.i'); attorney?. Thomas <"apeU &. Co. :!<><i Eiift
7l'd et.
"•■■■ ST. VO. 3 sty br!i. V&2&BM: O-t
2-". 2'*"^. AbrahsLni .Totephs^n ani ethers to
V.oifn P I>" «n-s PtwGmtk I. I"* Gtmuw. cxrs
and trus; EIQ.O00; attorney, Robert W Lice. 76
V;;".ip.in rt.
ELr>PJI»GE bT. 70. ."5 My '-r». 13ix30.5: Of-t
T^:. liKT. • Abraham Joaeptwen ani <-.^< i "s to
Harry H«:'.:nß*-; 52..-<00; attorney. Paul Hellin-
jper. o--i Eroaciway.
IACZCBOX PT. I^. 6 sty hrk, »x 102.2; Bept
17. lOi^;; Su!-1«* AXCXtark to Alraliani Wolf and
.Albert A^^ai--am: $T>.430; altomcj-. Francis B
Ch^iEey. 3<x; Broadway.
SX7IAJXXS FT. :ii ." rty brk. SXCxlflO: Au«r
25. I»<J2; Uui.« CeXla t& Davii OUa; IUS00; ai-
Tomeys. X & E J *i Gornia.n. Zl <'hiimb«-r3 St.
•jest KXD aye. s « «t Ki'h rt. ICbfiS;
""^t. ".>■!; <*!jarl«^i G LVibt.s ti Robert Sterlins
'*ia:h; H2.000; atxaraeys, Bovera &. tfacda, Cl
T-a.-v - • at.
OTEST BCD AVK. «S. 4 fty hrk. !« • «-or
f>4t!i s;. .V..4x«.': IV»,- 30. 13<*: M«-nr> F De X'uy
to W»riM <i Lw-bh?: $lo.«VJ; attorneys, liowtrs
A- 'M Nassau et.
WXBSES BT. M, r. ety hrk. I.VJ R ft w of
V.>rt Brocdiray. SSialOO: Oct 17, J904; John
31'r+ard Vannh- im i< «he Karninrs' Loan ana
Trust <>; $r^..VKi; aacJre^t. "JJ ttiUam su
iLi AYE 44<*. 4 sty tirk. lJ!»"X<ahc !rr««jr: Oet -I,
;>:7. Louisa H <"auyni?z<"r to Philln Uuwca and
John Prar'-r ; f-I.^J I.';1 .'; atlorney. lialph 11 lia;jhit:,
- I^<> ftrueiiwu: .
7TII AYE. cv. 19 ft »«f 24th Et, 18.6x90;
J..:. 14 jl-'."**.j 1 -."**. iti'iisrd 'Jraham to Knita L»
" Kir.itr: ?l.<»"0; attcrn«-ys. «,'an;,o:i i. Caanon, 113
liroartwaj .
7TH AVK. c ?. '.^ « ft r >-t 2AU ft. IS.«;xS<t;
Jan li. IKIS: !::'-'inrJ (Jr»ham to Oi«rtr» 11
«"Uark. truiF; fl3.titM: attorney. Title <J j^ruziice
and Trust <_'o. 17«; Broadway.
3«3TH 1?T. ■ «. <^ > f! c of BMi aye. 2*tx9S.3; '><n
2M, IW.^ Marilia h--hi«"s ana oth*. trus. to R«—
>-•» : Jarvia an.i aao; f2.ocy; attorney, c o
M-»ntz. 221 liroa<j«»>.
3CH S*T CO \^est, n c ci>r of <jth aye; 5 nty
l,i b I«acar4 "• 1 :* lyix: BUea McNamata to
t-niirii ii V.v'r.:; Si-..*"*-); attorney. Tiilc OuaraJi
vc-fr »r;'j Tn:a: i.\. ]7«i bn.<adway.
57TU ST. * ?. a tt <• of 19th avr. May
f., i>m;. laaac .: ktaccabe i>. ti» GennaaJa i-if<"
Ineuranc-- Co; f*?.THHrr attorneys, lawyers "liilo
lassraace aTi^ Tra^f cO.c 0 . i«jy Broadway.
. r.STII fcT. n *. »C 5.11 ft * of Aye A. 18.1U
" l(n«4. S<-p; 12. irf>7: Ahrshain Ro^e t« Mann C
' i^ns.^-h!*;-:' ; f7.««J>); attorney, II A Bberhardt,
£•1 fcrr.'l tt.
7<iT!l BT. • "■(:; ft wof <"<ilunit)us aye. 18-«
xl'><t.r,; Aj'iil ihS<l»; I><u;«.- S an.l llarmr* !!
J'lolU tv :2s* 1 Greenwich Savir.i:« Bank; (VJ,'>" [ i,
*t*.'irT»y. fct<-Tvan r. BBearet. 4"> X\al! «t.
K^D £T. --! EaFi: ■", «ty brk. S3xlQ£2: April
I IW>7- Abrain II Goldner «n<l i-ita. Stein to
(Ttariea* liawim 1 *.• < „ <. „r disrnarg
t. Kacfce! Oonni; ?3.vj«.'; attonit.w. O-i^rtt iiji-.r.
IS ■v\:i:.us:i rt.
*-»TH 5T « *. .12.4 ft «■ of VlVrt En.l aye, I<;>i
•2- Nv. !'.' I**; Ad«Une UfltTneaox to Title
InJ.jrancf •<■■. llo.OW; aJ'J:<-»-. US Broadway
CD t-T. «2I East. .-, fU »>rk. rii102.2; !>•<• 1.
7>.:i 11 j ot;i> ]-:oceii?\iaShe to Emwia Bdroa aijd
J"ti.i •: i* ■* r: ■<::■-—.. «-xirx «n<l -»r; }"•♦ ■>»'; at-
Uaneya. .liaenJ i Ajruend. Isy Na^au »i.
k tTli ST. >. f Of' ft »■ cf tT«rt End a\«-, 10.0*
f-VX. b^«:ns at pt OB s « BOT <rean of f"r<s»j!us
lot, C 2.2 f« » of MtS ft and 0<» ft a '->f
Er j »v<" 16.8x10; Jati 27. I*-'.'.'!; Mary a
X>nkc to Robert S'eriirr <-!ari-.; »«-.'J<»i!; attor
r.e: •« Bow*>r>, A- ."1 Nassau ti.
S4TH ST. »- k. tiC.* ft * of VVial End aye, T. 22x
;<S.V Jaly X ISS3; Maria Jan>- i.ti<l Hiram M'*jre
t'> Ali<-* Bttv t-atoa M'^E*-^; *>.<*••; attomrv*.
m. • an ■hmrr
MTH BT. 11 t. V>% ft c of V»>ft Kn-1 «>».
Kf!> r7. :;><il . fhartes f. D<il)bs «v» JUr>'
Tt L'f- POT, J7,<*j<-, attcrn<*:.B, Howt-rs &■ Jaaiida.
LI %astau st.
IHTH tfT. *i W-t-X T> e« v hrk. 27xM°.11; Sam
w\ Adier afll J(.»ef U«x U, Moirii. Kl^l"; I&900;
allornrr, I>-«>o'kS Moacboorttx, Broadway,
137T11 BT, <;!*; Wwtt; *i Ety »>-!*. BS»99.t] : un«
I« WCV John MOf.-l t-j <'. iia i:ii!frld«-r aiid
J^rnia V.>:ch<>'g; f^.j-fi. atiuip.ey, ] \V Jacob
. *■••;:., - Prriu.nn st.
THE BRONX.
ANTHONY AYE. n w cor of IT^-x at. 4ox^>. I
SetU»tnent Co; $15,650; attorney. Title Guarantee 1
and Trust Co. 176 Broadway.
SAMK PROPERTY Keb 1. 1S10: jsam* t<«
same; *:».S.">4l, attorney, Mine as above.
SAME PROPERTY: S' pt 2*\ MM: same to
same; |2.00<»: attorney. mjm as above. ■■'.*,- ■■■
CLINTON AVB. n c cor at 173 th st. 134 x
149.U>: • i,-t 7. 1910; W'iedhopf Conrtructton Co to
Property Security «!o. by president; $3.lH>>: at
torney, Abraham Elw-nst^ln. 1«» Broadway.
<"I.AY AVK. c a. 114 ft n of 165 th st. 27x^0;
June 23. IMS Ernest Welngmann to l-»thror
«'olKat«»: *7.mi«): attorneys, Jollne, l^arkln A-
Rathbcne. M William «t.
CLINTON AVK. ■ c cor of I"th It 134x14!>4
> Irrea;: V<-b T. 1910: Clara Wiediwpf to Emily
and Marie '.I?.- JB.OO'); attorney. Lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust Co. 160 Broadway.
CLINTON ay:; n - cor or lTr.th it, 134 X
143.10: June 22. 1910; Wlednopf C.nstructlon Co
to Van Dyck Estate, by president: $3.IKX>; ad
4reait. 303 Sth are.
CLINTON AY!". n ■*■ cor of 17Mh st. S.*xßo;
March -.: M; Wledhopf Construction Co to
Carl Fischer; §38.000; attorney. lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust Co. ICO Brcadway.
LOT 91U an *"• map property lx-lrnirlns to
CamfcrelUns and oths in Ford ham. looxl00m»:
Nor 3i>. is«tt*. Leonard Weill tr> ired W Bell;
$3,500: attorneys. Bowers A. Sands. .'.I Nassau st.
PTNE AYE. w a. 2fi» ft » of Petham a". 2-"x
I**. Sept 2L 13JO«>; Charlotte Town«>r to Adam
Rice: 51.200; attorney, Harry Overtngton, 2>i«M
3d mm.
U UIIW PLAINS RD. n w «or of EJlzaboth
rt. KWxIO3L6: Feb !>. IMS: Metropolitan and Sub
urban Realty Co to Archibald A Skillman; ?T.
500; address. 334» Olinvllie aye.
■WHITE PLAINS RD. r w ror of Elizabeth st.
100x1<!3.6. being lot 1." map No 2. OOavlIte; Oct
2;». IMQ: In-lnjr i^onstructicn Co to Charles L.
Borck; «!. '■»«»: attorney. Douglas Mathewscn. 263
Broadway, j
13STH ST. ■ ■ 27.6 ft w of m Ann's a^. n3.3x
300; Jan 14. IMC Hear O«»hl ami oths to Peter
Cook; <l.(m«>; address. 232 Broadway.
147T11 ST. s w s. r«i ft n w of tn Anns aye.
25x10<»; Oct 24. am; Frederick H Hecht to Otto
C LAihrs. Toms Kiver. N J luillllaid to Mull-"
Orr.stein;; 12.«X>; attorney. Lawyers Title In
burance and Trust Co. 100 Bixiaaway.
147 TH pr, i*i 250 ft n w of Pt Anns a-.* 1 .
25x100; July 13. iy>'4; Solomon Omstein to Malic
Omstein; $2,300; attorney, Harry Overtngton.
2SsC« 3a aye.
17.VTH ST. n a, M.4 ft • of Clinton aye, 61-">x
IK)- Mardi 31 1910- Wiwlopf ■"obstruction Co to
'•ari Flucher; JiM •«'«' attoroev. Lawyer* Title
Insurance and Trust i>. ltiO Droadway.
17STTI ST. n >= 32 ft w of Husrhes aye, 2*x
i 101.3- Now 20. MM: Hyman Abroad and otlis
: to th» Northern Bank of N'*w York: SI.ST<O: at
tom«\\s. Gifford. llobbß A Beard. 13 Nassau st.
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGES.
OCTOBER 26. '
Jeanie de F X Robinson U> George S Brewster;
Jftoeteenta Ward Bank to John Bozwffi: fl.
Brnwn-U-Aiss Realties to Jennie M Beattie; 51.
r, f o:cc S Brew«iter to Edward T B-li; $10,000.
Title Guarantee and Trust Co to Lawyers
TU> Insurance and r-mt Co; *30,0(X).
John F *t«c\ts to Charlotte ' »<* ; 51-
Charlotte Kvhbock to Caroline Arneesen; Jl.
Moser Arnd^tein to John Vechten. 11.
UiTham Hotel Co to Gotham Building and
Cor«truction Co: $1. , _,
TViliUm i : Lord to >nia. A Lord: $1.
Anni« \, Kneer to Ferdinand G Kaear; si.
V.i!i:am H Lord to uta A Lord: $1.
Mary A ... al. Ezra, to Anarews Institu
tion i^r Gtrls. nf Wiiloughby. Obto; *>.000.
; .Tanet L McVtckar *t al. trus. to sam<s f"-,!,,,"
Mar>- A Duer and ano. ttma. to same. *■•.<**'■
A«nes s Tailed to Ran-.'. $s.<**».
T'tl^ Guarantee and Trust i » to New Tork in
lestnrs Cn-^ation: 5.T6.0C0.
Same to Julia Coddtnstcn: 15.1190.
Patemo Brcs. a. corporation. to Patemo Con
i strurtion C 0;C 0 ; ?ino.
Marcar^t Fennelly to Bronx Becwttr (^o. fl.
Titlo Guaranty and Trust Co to Frederick XV
Bernard ' UchWristeln to Frances Altschul:
53.000 „
Louis A Btera to T«rkTtUa Bank: »1
Herman Helneman and ano to Rose Kaj
m-.is; $1.
Loui« ESckvort to wra Esp^r: $1. ,
Da-.: Ries^r t" Fidelia Mntelman; *!.
France Altsehol to P. ■•■ Fr-isdenbach- 5-.W" ■
Man' A K»n:» et al. trustees, to Adelaide a
Edward Mi^hlinjr to Ernest li M Ballowa;
Joseph • -ios'i- to Kate Ledosar: *t<»j-
Sastaoa Rosenfold to Anna Mul-ahy: 5100.
.^am* to Francesco Annlponi; $10<r
Har.-.y T Underhill to William H TurreV. et a.
t-j^sf^^-^- $37 000
TVUllani H Turr<"'l ct al. trustees, to T^a-«-ir»r»
M.->rtj;-ijr<» Ob; $37,000
Eir.pire M-rtsaiie itsSS Terry, trustee; fl
MECHANICS' LIENS.
BROADWAY. 14^2 M MM, B nd M at. 144 t«
15' i: MrNulty BtT>tb«>rs ,mc) act Mary^ A I !tr
)E?-al-1 and Broadway and Forty-third Street
Building Co. owner?: C L Gray Construction < o.
ccntrartor: $2*5.5 D.*> PO.
UADISON AYE. 227. and J#ff«r»oa rt. S3:
Mirh=»-1 fhmitt er al ajrt I^tils Shulskr Co.
owr.<*r; Jacob Bpector. contractor: *1.20<\
1!$~~ H iT 2"C ar'i 254 West: '"harl-f A Bruhns
agt Chariea A MlUer. owner: P Alterie, contrac
tor; $74 .Tfl.
AVENUE -■ JOHN. 102^ to 1^24: Joseph
Ftarobtn aqt Joseph Pfason*. ■Tier and contrac
tor: Yiacesso Elivo. owner. J375.
TD HT 14M to 147 East: Sanitary Pireorooon«
and Ccnstru-tion r o •-■ Gro t}} "S* John
Doe. owners: Laior Co. t-ontraitor; P4 l*.
WDl'BnN AYE, s - ear 177 th -' lfSOxlO:
Gus Luck"?s (Inn *z- H»iehts Town Construc
tion Co. o«vr and lontractcr; Louis Conn, con
tractor: $4,775.
15STH ST. 473 West : <ie«rs« E Seaiy ayt Pun
construction Co. owner; Lock PUifnbing and
Contracting Co «Inc>, contractor: $173.
BROADWAY, b « cor 4.M it. 105xlJ>4: Thomas
S a?t Marj- A Fitzgerald, owner; C L.
Gray ConMructlon <'o. contractor; $SOSO.
4°P ST ■ s. whoio front between Broadway
an" 7th avp. 86.2x31.3s irree: .1 F Blanchard
Co ar- estate of Charles A Ooe. -■:• Brcadway
Co Broadway and Forty-second Street Leasing
Co. Cnlted Chemists and J<-«eph H Flick. '«
ccc!» c L Gray Construction Co. contractor;
$6.11f>.
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
"P AYE. l«0. Christian Jacobs n?t roilsh Na
tir.nal AUiahc* of the rnJted State* of m North
America et al; July 1«. 1910 <by bond): $325.
«\ME PBOPERTT; Mapn"fia Cement Co apt
nine; Tiu'y -J2. 1919 <*y bond); Wl«-
WALTON .-. E 225-") to 2i r .i>: Bn-nx Sash and
t>oo- r*o scr B^ford Park Oonetmctlan <'.c ct al;
April .'. 310 (caneelledi: $m 2<>.
TVAI.TON AYE, 22T.5 anJ •257: I> Roy *
ciarlt Co agt same; April 4. IW> <cancelledl;
-
(•-ti ht -sv 1 uhnlr- front b»t-a-P^n .W. and
3M Bta; C E Baai LwmbeT Co a?rt Gimbc-1 Eros
et al; 30; 1910; f'- **
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
MANHATTAN.
rDOEmMBB: AYE. n W COT lfiT>th Ft; f-r a 6
Bty brk apt. *V.<xl4<O: Sun Construcr'on Co,
14»m> r.th a- ■*-. o»B«l : Gwnenberg & l>«-'j'-ntas. >
\\vst --■- -1. architects; cost. J135.<X!0.
THE BRONX.
crrr island aye. - ?. v<* ttu of^iot
eve; for two t*«ty fram- storasa b'^S' 1 - 3teW:
Henry I! N- vins. city Island. owner; John
Monks & Son. -- Braver st. architects: cost.
nVX WK " »= lf« ft c cf V.'«»n'lover aye:
'r, r a •! rty brk teamt, 32.6x85.11: I>ouis E
Ktabaa. !«« CaJon aye. owner; MaxlmUlan
Z;pkea. 103 Park ay. architect; coat. s,^».4«j«).
ic;nn ft ■ w«v «jTe«trfj«Bt«r ay«: for thr«>
2 and 1 aty brk rtorea and loftt and amus
-^1 v a u KizM jrie?; 3uikam Ke«ltv Co 'Wolf
BurtamL »»1 <-aulUwfll avp. prfsident). owner;
Kojt* * Pauly S."O V.-.-B1 rhestor aye. archi
tect*; cost. $80,000.
ALTERATIONS.
t. AYE - c 50f> R « r ' l n "th et : to a 4 rty
XV- store and i^nmt: M K-thhsrt. 'J2»r. 2-! ay».
o«Vr •■ L X Phrinart. 134 Bowery, architrct;
•-osT. $i.<»?C.
rnn\T BT 2»5 t-rA >: to a 4 sty brk ware
rocieTrß F!r>rar. ."^ si. o^ner and archi
tect; cost. $".'**••
LI? PENDENS.
1 VAN CORLEAR T-I-ACK. c „ ,%«;i.2 ft « «r
i if m k-r liaco. 41.1JVJ.'.*; to .entr; lin- of
I Jacobus Place: I>ame! C W*b«- -■ Arthur £
! T'.i'ii- in. n.-.- Of i-vy.; attCTßtya, Cowan. Ketch
uiii A Marcus.
"<7th ST v f 51 it «> nt •' s'l5 ' 1 a.-. 4-.»xC2.1: Nor
man a Walker, jr. troa. a«t Joarpa Berwrteln
«l al fforecdoauw of mtsi; attorn ->s. Miller.
Kin*. Lane t TraJTord.
'oril HT "7 lt lia^': Peop'.^ «f t!i«- Stat<- of New
Y.'ri ast iVttv Gluck tr.olice of levy;: attor-
I ney. J r Clark.
STH WI-; w s. 2« G ft n of fctii st. 38.3x100:
' Arr.a M X lUii'-r agt Carieae A Way ft al
! (foreclosure of mtg»; attorn-ys. Forster. Hotal
!n^ & Klpnli".
115 TH ST. n k. IM> rt c of Ist aye. 33x100.11:
Roe* Kaln-.us apt Charter A r«w« »M a! <for
! closure of mtpi: attorney. C L Huffman.
LENOX AYE. c «.. C 7.5 ft nof , ;■)■ at. 33.0*
J(*J Henry H Ja. kscn et al a«t J»nni- Ivauf
nan et al (fcrrclocur-- of mtg>; attort J A
K-ni.
GREENWICH ST. 70U; Mutual Life Jrjsuran'-e
<•.. «f' NV-* Yoik apt ntzhug-h Sniilii --t ai
1;. r> ■ Vr.-'iri- Of rii'^); attorney, .1 McKecn
IUDCTBON AYE, w *. 25 ft n ..f 180 th »:. -'5x
I«k'i ■ ' Kni'-kerbocicr T-ust C> -c i l»r< nz X J
Wfih^r «-i »i iforedoaur* of ntc); attoroeya.
li-jv!»-m. Ktonf. Aueibach & «>)rn.:i.
I".*,TH !~T » f. S<*a» ft c of Courtlanrtt air. J4 lx
♦•75 i<»i ir-^i? CiiarLx T Marvin ag: Anthony
)■• Benccr el al iforedoßaw of :ntK); atturne},
v i: Davlia.
., kT H cf <,~ ill' <i f; i- of Ma-Hson ai». 21.10
i«. 4 3:mV; « k! II ft o of !Oth ay. ;il x74ii*..7x
-4- Eliza. D Vir-nd'T jri Hautiali I. I»^[«w cl
a! ' <i«i«.n«je.j :^:titi.-nt. at!o:n-j. \V I^rge.
VMEN'i'INi: AYE. - *. «^> ft n Of IMth st.
i W>x'S»< The Pronx; Boroujii Ilank as? Marie J
Cary w*oUa« of levy): attorney, a Katz.
.-.,-.-(} c'p s «. I*» I' v- °f Proeprct aye. 72x
"- i-.Jw W Bak<-r el al a«rt Nora H-altv Co et
u;'<t'r-.-icsui»- of mtsi; attonwy. n 31 Bruno.
SUFFOLK w V±~> 0 n of Broom* st,
•-,'m'irft Rk-uard i-ath. r=. Jr. am Max w. i Sg #t
! al /amended foreilosure ol m:gi; aitarneys. R &
I I O''iormsn.
OOUBTtANDT AYE. » « -or 15Mh «t S4x
-»1 11 inwrihlin- L .!antr>n met ' n^trl's Walker
ii ■ al" «for«-l-j«ur<i of "ÜB': attoro«y. P. B Baa
som.
PROfcpeTT OX. t *. I*' It i of .lennitiKti
«oilo4 1: Teller »vr. c B. >M fi • "f lHOth St.
sb.liilo7.«X irrt?: two acttau: llutler & Heir-
Iran Co a*T CkrtlM Thllg «-t al (action to .0111
ifli c'.lv'i^uice,; attorneys. EJ-ilitz & Hul«e.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
223 TH XT n « 82».9 '■ ' of Carpeßter »>>.
2.',":^ 11 11:1 1 : '< •ntral' Mortgage Co loan* ' «rm«-la
MaaaUl'SS.'OOU.
ki US ivr ■ ■ _•.-••. of Olnitstma aye.
Z\ y«iw»: All.Vf.-lit* Kalthoff leans Mink Coo
■tmctlcu Co >*.SUu.
ELLIS AYE. . a. «»•« ft • of olnj-tv44 *vc >t
Ci/ ixlOs: eapas .l«m^CsO«Ji.6 I Ws
FfEW-YORK DAILY TRIBINK THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. I*lo.
NOME'S ROMANCE ENDS
Alaskan El Dorado No Longer
"Poor Man's Camp."
Seattle, Oct. — Th» steamer Umatllla
arrived from Nome to-day with 511 pas
sengers and Bat,«Bl in bullion, and was fol
lowed closely by the steamships Victoria
and western, oach carrying gold and
a heavy passenger list.
The exodus from Nome marks the end of
the romantic period of the famous gold
camp's history. In the summer of 19<jO
seventy thousard persons were assembled
upon the beach at Nome, and were rich in
pro!d dust. The camp has yielded BJMBMfj
in gold and is still producing, but the rich
dirt that could be worked by hand has been
washed, and the mining henceforth will be
dene by dredges on a large scale.
There are nearly twenty-five hundred men
In the Innoko and Iditarod districts, and
several hundreds In the diggings north of
ss*ome. They still are "poor men's camps,"
but Nome has pone the way of the. Klon
dike and will transform no more laborers
into millionaires.
BETRAYED BY BIG APPETITE
Man Arrested in Maine Was Proved
To Be Escaped Lunatic.
Brunswick. Me., Oct. 26.— A mans vora
c?ousAppetite led to his Identification tn-day
when all else failed, even hid own memory.
As a result. B. C. Day, who escaped from
the McLean Insane Hospital on September
8. was to-day returned to that institution.
The police on Sunday captured a man
who ha.l been living a wild life in the
woods near here for several weeks. Me de
clared when arrested that his mind was a
blank and that he could not recall his
name. Addressee and articles found among
his scanty effects failed of any clew. His
enormous appetite attracted attention, how
ever, and identification followed quickly.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
BOOKKEEPER for a hospital, with executive
ability for managing employes, also some
knowledge of stenography. Address B. O. TODej.
4 Fort Qreene PI.. Brooklyn. _ I _Y.
BOOKKEEPER— C-entile; young man; must be
competent and hav< g:od reference: position
permanent; *1-- Jupp Exchange (Agency). «
Nassau Et. —
BOOKKEEPER'S ASSISTANTS. — Several
openings for bright young men of experi
ence KTgQ Credential Employment Corpora
tion.' 263 Broadway (gat. 1904). Agency
BOOKKEEPER, about 33. for estate: ener
mtte capable handling men; keeping costs,
purchasing, etc Credential Employment Oar
poration. 26; i Broadway. Ageagy
KEEPER, about M; well known city
hotel; day work. $780 an.l meals. Credential
Employment Corporation, 233 Broadway, est.
li»04. Agency. .__
BOOKKEEPER for public accountant, young
man with experience in banking. 5900. ' re
denti;il Employment Corporation. "•'•■ Broad
way, Agency (Esv !•»*>.
CLERKS.— Several good openings for ymin -
men who figure and write well $«-•*-$.
Credential Employment Corporation. -»■>
Broadway. Agencj^
COST CLERK. — Bright young man. capable of
development, familiar with general cost
work: N<-w Jersey: $7*o-S»<><>- Business ber
vice Co. (Agency), aO<> Singer_B!ds ! ,
CUSTOM HOUSE " CLERK.— Thoroughly fa
miliar with custom nouso busines?. m»U»
entry- and collection of drawbacks. Business
Service Co. (Agency. 806 Singer Bldg
EXPERIENCED MAN desired to look after
the Custom Hous^ business in connection
with the collection of drawback on duty on
export and import products. Must be a man
familiar with Custom House bueinef?; pood
salary for right man. Mighlll Agency. Fiat
iron Building.
FUPNITURE SALESMAN for retail mercan
tile company: Long Island Business Bar
vici- Co . (Agency), 806 Stage Bide
JAPANESE c--ok. hutler and general housework
•r wanted Ii private family; goo.l wages. Call
Japanese Reliable Emplcyment Agency. S-« C>h
aye. .
S&AN over 80i of good education, to learn our
business, as sal"£rra::: small guarantee to
start. Mr. Ryan. l.V> sth aye.. city.
SALESMAN.— Thoroughly expprien.-fd sale of
hot air furnaces. Business Service Co.
fA^eni-y). 806 linger Bids.
SALESMAN-— Braaa factor New fork and
'.icinity; knowledge of drafting and estl
matlag desirable: salary open. Credential Em
ployment Corporation. -.'>li Broad-aaT. Agency.
SALESMEN, throughout the United States, to
ypll automobile necessities. Every OJ *£* r
•rants oar protector References required. The
ON > 1; Tir* and Protector Co.. 320 Broadway.
SHOE • SALESMAN. — Young man for inside
position. Trhol*?ale house Business Service
Co ■ Asren H'*'» Singer BMg.
bTENOaRAPHER — Reliant, active young man
to train tor position as manager's assistant,
$1,040. Credential Employment Corporation.
i.".'» Broad way, Agency.
STENOGRAPHER, beginner, for law oflBce; must
be over 18 veara of age; another for a youth,
crmmercial. Jupp Exchange (Agency). - 1 " 7 Nas
i-au st. _^_ _
STOREKEEPER for plantation: single pre
ferred: capable of controlllne; men. issuing
requisitions, keeping stock; $1.2"0. Credential
Employment Corporation, 253 Broadway.
Agency-
WANTED — An office boy. about 10 years old.
in a large downtown bank: must be neat in
appearance and able to furnish the best of
rfferonresAiMresa. Postoffli'e Box 126 p
porttratty, cnaum
examination February other
success guar3nt>ed. Exan-.inor. West
Femaie.
ENGLISH nursery governes?: $40-s4.">. speaking
French or German: musical; two children.
Call 11 o'clock, Hopkins Educational Agency.
507 fnh aye.
GOVERNESS. — EneUsh ; 5-1 two children city
poaition; exceptional opportunity; call im
medlately. The Hepkins Educational Agency,
507 Fiftli aye. __ ;
HOUSEKEEPER $75: visiting; rtty iwsltion;
se.-retary work combined. Th« Hopkins Edu
cational Agency. ."<J7 sth av<- . bet. CM and 4:sd
st».
HGUSEKEEPER, W. tour In family; no cook
ing;: assist upstair? work; city position. Th.;
Hopkins Agency. 807 6th •'' l - : . _
MOTHERS HELPER. $40; call 2:30 The
Hopkins Educational Agency. 807 Fifth aye..
bet. 4_d and 43d_sts. ,
t-TEN'OGRAPHER for *»n ofS<-o on lower William
st • must bu bright <"hrtstian girl, with good
l efer» n<-e. j-ipp Exchange (Agency), -7 Nassau st :
iOUNQ UADT. lietween. _T. nnd S">. for sales
lady- .-<* d opjiortunity fir energetic person;
permanent oaltion. Mr Ryan, IM sth aye..
rity. .
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SDBSCBIPTIONS
f.-,r The Tribune received at th«lr I ptown Office.
No i:;«J4 Broadway. U>twe^n 3f>th and :17th sts..
until 9 o'clock p. m. Advertisements rer-ived at
th" following bran.-h oSic».= at regular oflice rates
urn!! S o'clock p. "i.. viz.: _«4 Mh aye.. s. o cor.
".'{.i st • 1.18 «Hh aye.. cor. 121 pt.; <"> East 14th
ili ■ _,-.7 . 4-d St.. between Tt'i and Bth ayes. ;
MS Weal 123 th ?t.; 1033 ■d aye.: I«M M ay..,
neir <llst M.: 170K Ist aye., near Mnh ;-t.: 157
Fa*t rj-":h st.; 7.VJ Trernont aic : 6SO 3ii aye..
and any A:nerican District Telegraph < XHce.
WORK WANTED.
Male.
A MAN*, with twenty years' office exp«rieaca
as cashier collector. bo<ikUe<p»-r am! sliippsng
clerk, wants' work Gentile. Tribune Office.
[itfOKKEEPEft of a^«istiint. -•'!: Oerman an.l
Ena'.ish; ai-curaf Usurer: excellent r-fr-r««n<-es.
AddreM H. H., 7-"» Angellqao at., Wrst Bo
l> ken. N. J.
BOT. 18. in K"od "mercantile house; high school
education; can fuir.lMli pk«l reft-rences; Rood
apt>ean chance f»r aiivan.-^inent preferreil
to wmc< Hnnry C. Mahnkt-r., B7« East lSlst at.
ENGINEER.— N«w York an-1 Jersey licenses:
also* e"ii-i-tri' ian; 9»ea«ly ji"isltlon. any plant
city <>r country. Engineer. IOC St. Paul's aye..
.)•■!>••> City i.-lti:'- N^ J. ;
y.VHINIfcT *_j.n;.j all arounil: seven years' ex
*-. f+tiene*.'>. "• K.r.Trtbnne Ofllec.
< •(■ !• i< !•; -Thorouithl ■ experienced; has
hail four year*' experlenca, In railroad office;
will trarel; <an nidi first class c«f«r«occa. M.
t». J.. Tribune '"tii-- .
I o'iTEt- • r SHIPPING (XERK — Bjr middle
acod man: exiwrit-nce.!: K'w<l i.. fereni Ad
aresa Krar.--i». Tribtma Qiflce.
YOUVG -; MAN." 1 atron*: packer cr clerical work.
L. V.. Box ~f. Tribune Offlcf.
Female.
BOOKKEEPER double entry; experienced; some
■teno« SI reference»; $10. Competent.
U» -" Tribune Office. |
CH A PEBON— -A roflnad French woman takes
.-l'lllflrHii «v«; char-eron young ladles; I a* rat-
M -'■- > v '" -*"' •'
tT?ji^M\KEK — 12 per day: stylish fitter; *-t-u
n^m^-al «utter; akilf.il remoter; ,|ty o r
ro ;;S MUs cjrr. 41 Washington t^tiar*.
rTnM«MIKINa . «1 ALTEBATIONB done; out
by day; excellent tittins and wcrkmanshlp.
past : .«<1 »•_: ,
(MAKER rPV— eh) supplies modelti for
Itn^es • •xciui-lt* ramples on hand; <>x<iußive
trije' . -i.-ited. Mnvr. _8tolt», 338 Wt»l 47th st.
„, „ unFTaT— -CollC** jrraduate as m-prptary ;
'■ »r ■!..... : executive ability; i- SI ref
er'nce* fy rVTI72,_W«LwoO.I^N^J-
,-I'VIMIKK an.) TYPIST thoroughly ex
,#rle»crt. neat. a.curat«. references. .le«lr*s
ncrrrancnt position. Bteaoeraph«r. 239 '-"' «•■
hlooklvn.h l ook l vn . —
. w ■ pHKB ''■ • ■• want, tti<
"V-omtietVnt wll e.Ju<Ml«-.i. ■<-, ur .!• .^f^r^nre-.
w-Xe" ' |!Trniai!ent position. lUltable, IJJS Myrtl*
a\< . Bro<jkljn. „
sTi. x :nriaAPHEn— Thoroughly *»perien<<»d. ■•'
" .^*t t ccV'Ut*";. rtttwcM. H. (3 .
Caaeoa &v«,, Brooklyn* — .—. — — .
RESORTS.
>feU JKKSKV
ENJOY A WEEK-END OUTING AT
Atlantic City
DURING THIS DELIGHTFUL FALL SEASON
What you fail to find conducive tor health and pleasure i* not ™ ? th
looking for. All kinds of in ami out door sports and pastimes. Ideal
invigorating weather, plenty of sunshine and an unusually large num
ber of visitors at
THE LEADING HOUSES
•which are open all year and noted for theiF conveniences and comforts.
Any of the" following will gladly furnish information, etc.:
Seaside House The Sbelburne Hot:I Dennis
F. P. Cook's Sons. European plan. Clewed for extensive improve
rl3l.ll Hill J. « ikel - Mr.-. n.ents. Reopens Fen. 1. 1»H
uaicn nan \y j. Busby.
f. i. young, Hgr. Hotel St. Charles ,
The Homhurst Newim Hamea. Marlborcunh-Bienhcim
__Hestry Darnell. Ho c , StrS!ld Both American and European
The Pennburst | H . O. Edwards & plans.
Wm. R. Hood. i F. B. Off, MRrs. Maftali White & Sons Company.
Only 3 hours from New York City. Fast, comfortable rail service,
convenient schedule. The Central R. R. of N. J. or the Perm. R. R.
GALEN HALL
AND COTTAGES
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always open. Always ready. Always busy".
F. L. YOUNG. Gen 1 ! Manager
New York Office : 1122 Broadway
XEAV VOKK.
HOTEL CRAMATAN
Lawrence Park - Bronxville - Nsw York
eutdcor amusements-skating, sl-lghlns. -.-0,,,. • uto .™°_"£*- .£ exrs"*n? «po?attoS:
eotdcwr amus-ments— skating, sl-iehlns. « n ifl / lg '_ a "7."' " ' t , n .{, ex.-ellenf rrputat'.on.
are considered very reasonable. Inspection or correspon^en^oliclted^^^^ :v
WORK WANTED.
Female.
STENOGRAPHER— Bright, an-.bitious beginner.
neat. rapH. willing worker, desires permanent
position- «6-$7 -J. C. Box a*. Tribune office.
STENOORAPHER-TVPIiT Bright, n-at ap
pearance; above the average in intelligence.
Hefßey graduate; willing to work hard f or •ac
cess; salary SG. Christian. Box 8. Tribune Ot
fice. .
_
YOUNG, respectable colored girl would tike posi
tion a? maid In dentist's olflc« or halrdresslng
parlor Wilson. SltJfl 'th aye.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS W ANTE a
BUTLER VALJET ">rman be^' references from
rood families: tv>. city, country. J X . Odeils
v - ,-• „ 1 m T yant 2891
BUTLER— -Generally useful; waeea 54.V « years
place. .1 j . Boa 4. Tribune r ptown OC
fi'-<>. ' i3«4 Broadway.
COUPLE butler, valet and useful lady's maid.
chambermaid or parlormaid; unquestionable
refprencef* for honesty, sobriety and competency;
French eoupl<=>, •- Wet 44th si.
ECONOMICAL ACME OF PROFESSION.— Jap
anese wishes permanent position in priva'e
family; exp»rienc« in carpentr>- and repairing of
all kinds: can take care of garden; <»<->t*-r. hon
est, willing; go d references from former em
ployer. Yano. 41 East I.'- at
FARMER. HARDENER; i'OOK, LAUNDRESS
Young Inr'r couple no children; man un
derstands all machinery: wife g«'>rl cook and
iMituiress. Carpenters Bureau. 154 <>th aye.
GARDENER. Frenchman ; long experience
under glass and outside: take good care flrst
class private place; reference. Address L. L.,
153 fith aye.
GARDENER and COOK— Middle aged man and
wif<?; both thorough ly competent; highest ref
erences as to character and ability. G., 345
AYest 30th st. ,
GARDENER — Englishman: married; wife board
help: no children: tine vegetabte grower;, lawns,
frames, general work excellent references. Lar
penifr's Agency. IS ■ Hth aye.
GARDBNHR — Superintendent genl !e man' s estate;
understands all branches firming, gardening.
flnwpn>, fruit, ptork: American: married; small
tamljy; sober. Oliver, 1446 Park ay».
QAHDEXER or DaTrYMAN— Pv married man;
wife <-ook; Protestants; wages *•'■'» L* £*••
Odeirs Agency, 628 «th aye. 'Phone 2501 try
anr „____ _-- ■
HOUSEMAN. — AU around man; city reference.
Eraun. i"." East 74th st., first floor.
Female.
MRS. COLLIER'S ™S_SSP^
REMOVED
CHAMBERMAID - WAITRESS. - Brig " snotinS
Scotch C ir!; four years' personal references,
wages. ?22: city. Industrial AseodatjMi Employ
ment Agency, 17 West 4-d st. 'Phone, KM
Brj^ant. —
CHAMBEBMAID-WAITRB6S. — Young English.
Kir: unusual!) neat; excellent reference; »J<».
E.. Miss Hofmayer'H Agency, 52* 3__ atn stye..
ninth floor. Telephone 4627— Madiaon Square
CHILD'S NURSE and CHAMBERMAU>-
Young Scotch girl: inexperienced; mod-rate
wage* H-. Miss Hofmayer*B Agency. •'-*}■'"
sth me. ninth floor Telephone -Jo-i— Madison
Kiuare.
CONSCIENTIOUS, educated woman Is seeking
position in small Borne where reliability and.
interest will be appreciated, where help Is k>pt;
knowledge housekeeping or are cf motherless
.hildren; five years' reference; any location. L.
M . Box _!'. Tribune Office.
— Swedish ; private public; city, coun
try highest reference*; wagee $.>'» up.
Chrt-tlne. O4«U*a Agency, 823 6th aye. 'Phone.
Bryant — _sol .
COOK — French: young; first class cook: $•'.'>
« Mil's Hofmayer's Agency. •:»-'■-• sth
ay«.. cv.r:i-r of 3-d St.. Oili floor. Telephone
connection. . _
COOK — Young; Protestant ; five years' refer
ences" city: $30. R.. Miss Hofmaye;- s
Agency, 32u-r>22 nth aye.. 9th floor. Telephone
4537 Madison Square I__
COOK — English Protestant; institution or school:
$■35. ' U. Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 33D-323
Ml: aye., ninth floor. Telephone 4527— Madison
Square. _
COOK. — Experienced; well recommended:
whore kitcbenmald is k.pt: city, country;
?:;.'.. M. >; care Odell s Agency. 828 6th aye.
' phone ■ Bryant ~_^}____ .
COOKS?. chambersmaids, waltresse!", nurses.
• workers, butlers useful men, couples,
etc.. for city or country; English. Germans and
Swedes «p»*flally.- at a thaw son Agency, 818 6ta
.. c. Tel. 378 Bryant.
COL'PLK. — German man butler, useful:
wife excellent cook: would do entire work small
faintly: three years' best references; city or
country. Industrial Association Employ saint
Agency. 17 West 4->i st. 'Phone. 5210 Bryant.
COUPLE — French; man butler-valet; wife flrst
■'a.-!< cook; wages. $75; I!'-; years' «-xcellent ref
erences- city 01 country. Industrial Association
Employment Agency. 17 West 41M st. 'Phone.
fi2lo Bryani ,
HOUSEWOBK. — Youns: girl wants general
housework in .i private house: good refer
ences. Cull at 128 Weal 87th St.. from 10 to 1-.
HoCSEKEEPER. companion, generally useful;
willing to travel: excellent references. L. M.,
jnx ,ai Tribune l.'ptown Office. IM4 Broadway.
HII*?EKEEPEH. assistant or head waitress;
hotel, club or Institution city, country. E.
f\. Odall'a Agency. 825 oth aye. 'Phone, SMI
— Bryant.
LADY'S MAID — First class vlsltin* lady's maid;
highest 1 raooa! references Address, Jasmin,
Tribune Uptown Office. l.'tti-i Uroadway
LTU'NDRESS — Young Swede: excellent city ref
erence; $•■*<> (>.. \ll*y Hofmayer's Agency.
Reed & Uarton Building, 320 Fifth aye... 'Jtli floor.
T<»l.'phone_4s'. v 7 Madison Square
NURSED-— Reliable; Protestant; care tor Invalid
or elderly lady: willing t.. sew and be useful;
city reference. Mrs. Latham, Box IIS. 617 fith
aye. _
NITRSEtttY GOVERNESS — German. speaks
Freach; would go South or West: take cliarse
one or more children: excellent references. L. P..
M;.-y Fitzgerald's Bureau. Mi Fifth aye. en
trance 42<1 ft.
WAITRESS or PARLORMAID.— First class; *2.">
t:t" good silver cleaner S., Miss Hofmayer's
Acency. S.O-322 sih aye.. ninth Hour. Telephone
4527— Madison 'are. -
TOtTNO i WOMAN desires washing, ironing or
house cleaning In private family. Mrs. A.
Fatacher, 409 West 127 th st.
STORAGE NOTICES.
IJTItLEM STOKACJE WAKEHOI '1 CO., Inc.,
211-213 EAST ICOTIi STKKKT.
New York, October 20. 1J)1O.
To Lucy Carter. Mlk« fill— I Hallß. Julius
Cohen. Ellen Greenfield, H. HaUtasjar, L. I^fvma,
George Lindsay, W. 11. Llnion. C Johnson. Ed.
Perlman, Mary F'nat, A Shaw, and Mary Lor
den: Ytu and each or you are hereby notified
that thr time for the payment of our lien upon
,),,. property hereinafter described lia%»nß expired,
after dU" notice thereof ■•* '■'■'* ! ' (riven >" •»•
will cause such property, to wit: Household goods,
personal effects and merchandise. «tiir»-il in th»
linrl<*iu .Stcraß" Warehouse Oh Warehouse* by
you or I" your name (or in which you may have
an Interest), to be. told at public auction, according
to th« statute in such rasa msda and provided,
.■ So* -ii mmi '-'!'• East lotith at New Yorh
,-ii-. on Thursday, November lota, I*lo, at lOtM
a re.", an. l if >'•<•■ ■>-* 11 ' thereof t* not ii>ni|>leted
on said date th« same ■rill be t-ontlniie,i at tbe
isaiii«» plßcr on eai-h an>l every Thurwlay ther*^
after, beginmns ■' '" •'" a. '" • until the sale •■
romi>l*t*'d.
ILAJUJiM STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO. CnoJ.
RESORTS.
SUV JEBSEV.
SOarl&orougb'ElenMni
Atlantic City* New Fall Season.
JCSIAH WHITE & SONS COMPANY.
VETV YORK.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
260 Kooin"*
12(» Private Baths
New a la Carte Restsarant.
EXCEPTIONAL CUISINE
Flertric Train Service — 3llnote«
KALI. AND WINTER: As a Winter
home The Gramatan is unsurpassed. All
PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE. j
(fff\ The lntiq-3 Furnitura Exchanga
YJ/J 13-13 W. 29TH ST.. NR. B'WAT. I
The leadißg antique •hop.
iaMfcSH By far the largest collection and 1
I I it much the lowest prices": all «~*i» ;
I*l* aaM on commission basi* regardless .
1 I of antiquity, history or value.
ThiM i-< headnoartern for bargain".
BOARD AND ROOMS-
KTH ST 68-65 WEST (The RsasaQ.Hand
somely 'furnished rooms, cuisine and service
exceptional: references- . .
128 WEST ST — Private baths, steam, par
. qurted, electricity, hot water; aaacsal table
beard: telephone. — „
FU_RJNISHED~ROOMS_TO_ LET.
ia"T' :MI: MI WEST (Broadway. Waal End).— Hand-
Borne rooms private house; every convenience; 1
reasonable; subway.
BRUOKIA
, PRIVATE family on Park Slop* will prmrnm^
date one or two gentlemen. S3> union St.. .
Brooklyn. _^ —^^ — .
' FURNI SHED ROOMS ANTED.
! ABSOLUTELY select private families desiring
one or two roomers can secure sanr* without
publicity. Boarding and rooming houses lalao list- ;
ad place listed without inspection. Applicants
1 requiring refined desirable accommodations con- ,
sult us. Telephone Madison Square 4.4. m 1
■Tames Realty ■;.■ 1133 Broadway.
"" FQR SALE .
BIG BARGAINS— SIightIy used office furniture,
desks, typewriter*, cash registers, adding ma- ,
chines, mimeograph*, filing cabinets, safes, ad- .
\™gm F^RfITT^F/sL^IVTL^TI^
1 DAMAGED, AT REOIARK.VBLY LOW PRICED ,
k BAMDEt. LAKOW. 88 BROAD ST. j
! BILT IAKDSi pool ana new patent combination 1
tablet; lowest prices: supplies, rapalrs; i
' boullr.g allay bufldera Decker's. 105 Bast 9th
; «t Established I^aO
" LOST BANKBOOKS.
BANKB " >X No. MbVMi of tho Union Dime Sav
ings Bank is missing. Any person having a
<:aiin to It is hereby called upon to present the,
same within ten days or submit to having saul
passbook -.•ancellM and a new one Issued.
KANKBOOK No. .v.4.717 of r->.- T'nion Dime Sav
ings Bank is missing. Any person having a ;
•claim to it is hereby called upon to present the
same within ten days or submit '•• having said I
r-atsbook cancelled and a new one issued. i
' BANKBOOK No. 6«2.148e< the Union Dime Pay- j
ings Bank is missing. Any person having a
' c}aim to it is hereby called upon to present tii»
g; , ., „ within ten day* or submit to having said
V«sslvink cancelled imf a new one Issued. ___
; lA.-.ST— Bankbook No. S2:i.4>*t~>"f l>ry Dock Sav
ings Institution. Any person having claims
upon said book is ca!l«"«i upon to presont th» same
to thf> bark within thirty days or th« said book
will be declared cancclUil and extinguished and |
a ti. w one issued In lieu thereof. I
LOST— Bankbook No. 487. of Dry Dock Sav
ings Institution. Any person having claims j
i upon Bald book Is '-ailed upon to pr»s->nt the ;
' same to the hank within thirty days or th« said !
»>rok will be declared cancelled and extinguished 1
and a n°w one issued in lieu thereof. I
i7.ST — Bankbook No. 9CW.VM.'. Baas for Savings.
2*l 4th a-.-- . New York. Payment stopped, j
Pleas* return bock to bank.
— Bankbook No. 75T.313. Bank for Savings. 1
1»U) 4'h aye.. New York. Payment stopped. !
rite tie return book to bank.
REMEDIES.
THOROUGH. PERMANENT CUKES in eases
of BLOOD P« 'SO>. NERVOUS DEBITJTY. I
BLADDER CO3IS'I-\I>"T!» an kindred dis
eases: relief at once in dangerous cases, recent
or old; those desiring only first class scientific ,
t»atment should call. Dr. BONSCHUR, the well
known specialist. 59 W. 3Sta st. Hours, »-«. 7-8.
~" CLOTHING.
ro^ITIVELY highest prices paid for «ent!emen's 1
discarded clothing. Levine. 584 7th aye. UaV]
—Bryant.
SURROGATE'S notices. ~
DONOHUB. CHARLES — lit PURSUANCE OP" j
an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surro
cati» of the County of Hew York, notice is hereby
-iv<?n to all persons having claims against
C! «Rle« Donohue, late of the County of New
York deceased, to present the same, with vouch
ers tin 1 ass*, to he eubecriber. at his place, ot \
transacting business, at the office, of Lemuel E. !
OuiSif B*o 3*- Liberty Street. Borough of Man
hattan in th« City of New York, on or before
the Ist day of December 1910.
' Dated New York, the Bth day of May. 191<».
CHARLES W. COLEMAN. Executor.
LEMUEL E. QLTIGG, Attorney for Ezecutor. 32 '
"Liberty Street. Borough of Manhattan. X«w
York City.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS FOR" EQUIPAGE- — DEPOT
Quartermaster's Office. "'»";. Street and
I Gray's Ferry Road. Philadelphia. October -•"• !
lyio. — Sealed proposal*, in triplicate, subject ■
to the usual conditions, will be received here
until It o'clock A. M . November 15. 1910. and
then opened, for furnUhlng an.l delivering at
this depot: I.miio Axes; 10.000 Moaquito Bars.
single. 14,000 Bedstf-aJ Castors; 200 Spade j
Handles; I'.OOO Hatchet Helve*; 60 Guidon ,
Staffs; subject to not to exceed Bo<c Increase
in quantities If desired b\> this Department.
I Th« right is reserved to reject or accept any j
i or all proposals, or any part thereof. Prefer- 1
: ence will be ill— to articles of domestic
I manufacture, conditions of quality and price ;
• including in the price of foreign productions
or manufacturer the duty thereon* being*
i ••'juul. Standard samples can be seen and
specifications, blanks for proposals and full in- j
formation will he furnished upon application
at this office. Envelopes containing proposals !
to be Indorsed "Proposals for Equipage, to b#
opened November 15, l!Mo ' Major CHAUN- |
i'KV B. BAKER, Depot QuartTmast«r.
PROPOSALS— SALE O F I T. 8. V ESS
Boston and Concord. — Scaled proposals will I
be received .it tho Navy Department until
twelve o'clock noon. I>».•«!!:I >».•«!!: 7. IBM when
the) will be publicly opened, for the purchase
of the Boston, appraised value- $13,000. and
the Concord, uppraiked value $43,000. Forms
of proposal and bond, am* information con- j
cerning th« vessels and ' .1- Itbj and condi
tions of sale, may b. obtained on application !
to tti» Department. T; • vessels may bo .'»- |
umlnad at the navy yard Puget Sound. Wash- I
ington. R. F. OLSON. Acting Secretary ;
of the Navy- IQ-g-.'-'lO.
sealed">roposals~fou finish ino and I
delivering number plates for motor vehicles
at the Secretary of stain's Offlee. Albany.
N. V.. and a portion thereof at Che !*ecr«tt<try
of (State's «><nr> . ip th.- t.'lty nt New York,
will 1— received by . uufl I K«enlg. gat re
tnry si Slate Albany. M Y. until Thurs»!ay,
November loth. loio, at twelve o'clock. n»«n,
when they will lie opened and read publicly.
•peclftcsittons for abov* number pUtee will be
furnished upon request.
SAMUEL «■ KOENIO.
Secretary nf_Mat». _
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SITIISCRIPTIONS
for Th« Trlbun* received .>' their Uptown
Office. No. 1394 Broadway, between 3«th and
I 87th »ts., until 0 o'clock p m Advertisements
received at tho following branch oßces at re«r- [
I received at the following branch offices at rejc- .
ular office rat«s until ft o'clock v m * v 20«
Btli a.*** s. •. cor. 33a sU. li*> OUi aye.. '
T'ME TA°LEST A°LES
wnDTU i Algiers, the Levant. Egypt,
INUK I n India and the Far East are
GERMAN Ideal Winter Resorts.
r\V\ Especially, Low Rates to Australia. Tasmania aM ]
LL.W YJL) i - N>v. Zealand via Europe and the Saez CanaL
Wrltr for Rnoftirt*. i
LONDON PARIS BREMEN"
TUESDAYS I THURSDAYS
10 A. M. 19 A. 31.
Express Sailing. | Twin-Screw and Fast
K r wm ii . . . vov i | **" Satltnjrs.
Kr. W. d. 0r... N0v. I Rarharotrsa ...Oct. 27
Cectlte . Nor. 151 F*iTh d. Gr Nov. S
G. Wiili'n . Xov. 22 G. Kurfuerst..?»ov. 10
P. F. W. (rewi.Vur. 17
IHA^BURG-AMERICANI
-PAR!S-KA.m ! R3
VTol t Oct. 20. 2 P. M.
rKaiserin Au?. Vie Nov. •"•■ 11 A. M.
•Pennsylvania . Nor. 12. 2 P. »L J
Bluecber Nor. a*, ti A. M.
IUB' *cci ed l::-z-''arlt»»n a la Carte> Restau
rant. Gymnasium. Ele».-. Baths. Elevator, Palm .
Garden. 'Second cabin only.
GIBB4LT4R. MAPLES AMD 6EHOA
{••». S. ( :m !SN\ri Not. 3. 10 A. M.
•S. ft. MMIMVD . Her. «. Jan. 2* j
•». » CINCINNATI Jan. 5. Tee*. 14 !
•New — i'.fim tons. Elevator. Electric Baths. ;
[»? mnaaiurn. etc tCall* Gibraltar. Algiers, :
Palermo. «ienoa lomtur.s Naples).
BOOKINGS FOR NILE .SERVICE.
Tourist Dept. for Tripa Everywhyere.
® Hamburg- i
y American I
~! Pleasure I
7. Cruises. i
■LJ a
SISI I
The Wonders of I
A Latin America 1
II X A Grand Cruise leaving" New I
MA January 21. 1911. by New 3
York January -L »U- h > th *" s
S Bluecher. for the East Coast H
Eof South America, through the g|
Strait* of MafTfllan and up the m
West Coast to Valparaiso. Chile. ■
Rsal the Andes, etc. Rates jj
$350 upward; duration 7* days. gj
ALSO CRUISES TO THF.
IWEBT INDIES. THE ORIENT. %
\ROUSD THE WORLD. UP Ml
THE SILK. ETC. S \
C Write for illustrated ptm 8 }
phlet, rates, J>tc. | '
AIMBjI X.. LINE. I |
41-4.- Broadway. NEW TORE. ■
American Line^^M
Plyrnouth — Cherbourg — Southampton
Red Star Line
New York— Dover— Antwerp— Paris j
V.^rUnd.Ort.23. ll AM! inland. . .N^r. I
• ed)Nov OTOvM *l i—Hsii ■ 3 °- lf ' AJ * j
White Star Line SSSJ
Plymouth— Cherbourg — Southampton
Oecaale. 2. 3 'M Adriatic • • ■ ■^ ar - „":
Maj-stic.Nov. P. ■•■ PMlTeatonic *° w - ~*
New York Queenstawn Liverpool
Baltic O«-t. 23. 3 pejtceelrst Nov. I-
Celtic . Nov. 5. noonlArabie . Not. i»
New York A Boston to _
RIVIERA- ITALY-EGYPT
The Aznre*.. Madeira. Gibraltar. AMep.
Vlllefram-b*. fienoa, >aple». Alexandria.
•t-EOKIC Vll.nXl ton«» <Jan. 11 Feb.
•CKLTIC (20JJ04 tan*) Uan. SSilar. 8
•Lars;e««t steamer* to the- Mediterranean.
Canoplr. .Oct. 29. <» All! Romanic • Feb. 4
Romanic. Nov. SO. n~mt Romanic Mar l^
Canoplo.Dec. 7, 2uK> PH Cretlc Mar -*
WEST INDIES CRUISES
SPANISH JIAIN— PANA3I.X CANAL
fe%?4 SS. NEW YORK
i'a-fenrrer Or3re«. » B'way i Tel. 2100 Kejrter>
and Pier Ci. >. K. <\Ve*t SM St.. N. V-).
JT\ P BIS C ESI fv^k W^ *^er» foot n~v.
C^ * nti sf« §4? i 1 OSfcjsi. 24~ 9tat»
f - SX £S ifi * 9 Street, opposite
T^rr»»t. Fastest. Finest Fhipe aflcat.
Wireless Telegraph. Submarine SlsjasU.
MOST EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE
LONDON PARIS BERLIN VIENNA
DIRECT via FISHGUARD
Qnt^n-toirn — Fi-hßnard LlTerpool
Caronia, Nov. 2. l'> a. m
t'Uhxuard and Liverpool
?.lauretania Nov. ;• 9 a. rr.. Nov. ./>
Lusitania Nov. *■ 9 a. in.
GIBRALTAR GENOA NAPLES
TRIESTE FIUME
Pannonla.Oct- 27. noon ! '"'arputriia ... Dee. 3
Ult No*-. 1". noont F.ir.ncr.ia . ...Feb. 3
SPECIAL CRUISES
niV'iERS ITALY ESYPT
Madeira Gibraltar Alders Vllie?raac!»e Genoa
Naples Alexandria Flusne. *Orr.;-s Alexandria.
Carrr.ania 30 •»•*• tons. . .'Nov. 23. Jan. 7. Fen- IS
Caronia 20.00f) toes Jan. 21~. ......
Franconta IS.OOO tens, new uteamer ■ . ■ ■ March 11
Cook's Nile Steamers
Cairo to L.it and the First Cataract.
Egypt Nov. " Egypt Deo. •»
Kameses Not. 22! Rameses ...Dec. 13
Rameses the 'it Nov. 2aj Kam«ees the Gt.Dec 20
and weekly thereafter, connecting with service
for '(:.■ Second Cataract. KSar">um. Uganda. Ac
In ad.lltion. Cook'« Express Steamers sal! every
II n:. i.iv and Friday. Luxurious dahabeaha and
sp<H-ial steamers for charter to (ami lies and pr
vate parties.
Program of Totirs d» Luxe • 5 Egypt. The
Nil- Hi,>'.' 1.an.1. Ac. now ready.
Tickets and Tours for Independent Travellers
Everywhere.
THOS. COOK & SON.
"43 Broadway, 264 and 563 .">th a. , 649 Madison
ar.. New York.
COOK'S TKAVKLI IKY CIIECrE'* ABJ!
GOOD ALL OVER THK WORLD.
TAHSC Illustrated programme ol
I UvSiv Cook'-* 4 trh Annual Serlrt
of Tour* de Luxe to a%7P*.
TO THE **• >Ue » Holy **>**< I-*-ftr^m^rtfI -*-
ftr^m^rtf rant. etc. now ready. Su-
ORIENT P " rior faci:ities a:;d ar *
willhll I ra.c;einent9 everyTrbera.
THCS. COOK & SON.
"45 Broadway, 264 and 5«13 Fifth Avsl.
t>4o Madison Aye . Now Tork.
FAI L TU!R TO EUROPE NOV. ».
LV?T TOl'B AROUND THE WORLD THIS
SEASON, JAN. 7. EASTBOCND.
Cook' a Travellers' (hrqar* Are Good All Orer
the World.
IHBDSOH RIVEBHI6HTLHJKI
si X C vv- itot:^^ or ai>-
DtrtP! P^ IROXDACK —Dally iSur.
rLUrLLJ day smaalain Pier 32. N. R.
vIV J- « P. M. Saturday aasbt
JLial^l tL ,«tr»nier 1 1— wills with l>. A i
...... H. train -iiuiL»r morning
TO Albany f,, r . K.itlaad. PlaUabmrg.
Montreal.
riTI7riUC New BIT. TROJAN or
til l^i £.I*^ RION'SSELAER. I'lor *«. N.
»*■%!!? R.. •* P. M. dally (Saturday
i-lL\*-. excepted). Sunday steamer
stops nt Albany la cither
To TrOY direction. Splendid accom-
itioni.
Best service. Direct ral! connection at Al
bany and Troy for points North. East and
West, lioracs and automobiles carried at rea
sonsM* rates.
ANCHOR LINE
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
California. Oct. 23. 3 pm! Columbia.. Nov. 12. 2 pm
FurntasU.Nov. •"'• 9 ami Caledonia. .Nor. ly, w uju
lIK-r UHI.\. *t)7JO and <:.\.'.O
,si:iti.\ll t.!Hl> >J3 and »4:.A».
TIIIKI> • I *•**. *** and SSI. 15.
HKNPKK.-oN BROTHERS. 17 I* RKOADWAT.
CCII ••il" liji. Ll.*T.
hfcU M Lt H 2 kerry. Uktyn. ai ntwa.
rot San Juan. P. B La Ouayra. Pt i. Cabello.
Luracuo and il*ra*.-aibo, via Curacao.
CARACAS -Nov. &•pIIiLAUELi'UIA.Xov.& •pIIiLAUELi'UIA.Xov. Vi
Vat l-«. tiuayra. Curacao and Mara^albo.
zt:ua Oct. 3 MAR.V - .Nov. 13
siuoerJor Accommodation* tor I «aaeng«rs.
BUSS. PALLETT 4 CO..
General Managers. 82 Wall Street. _
CLAHK'S okiini CRUISE
ri'lk 4, »*•• up tot 71 t>ays. All Cxp«ns«a.
Two line « mo». Round World Tours, 12100 to
$■' Hid. leave November lv and January 23.
F~H\>'K C. ri.ABK. Tiis^e Mat. *«w York.
BY SEA TO MAINE
The Most C hamilnc
short Sea trim •■ the Atlantic Coast.
(sailing* from New Pier 20. Exit Htv«r. New
Tork Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays at a
1* M For full tnformatlun and Ulaaaraaasl
•^^'b ,T>' tl ro a . P^ t S,r»dw>r, H. T.
CATSKILL EVENING USE
Steamors leave Week Days. foot of '.'hrUto-
P h«r Street. _2j.*T_ 4XJ*-_Jt.. S:_SS Pal
tt cP.MUDA TUUnS p*mh «i7..m> »,> sssjm
MAltSTEItri TOt: ltd. 31 W- 30th St.. N^ Y. City
CKN'TKAI. HnUt«O\ LlNK.— FaJt^tTrstcat
and. P*aacax«a Bttamtrs n«ao VVaaaiia at. >"y
( TIME TABLES.
GIBRALTAR- ALGEHS— NAPLES— GENOA I
SATURDAYS II A. 31.
P lteae Nov. 5! •Berlin in**} Nov. 13;
K. Lotee XOV.I2K. Albert Dec. S<
•Omits Algiers.
Connection, made for all Mediterranean. .JS**!!
Sea and Far Eastern Ports. Wlr*.«sii ani Sutv-
Biarin^ SUna!.*. Trailers' «:becics Goc-i AU|
Over t^* World. l:uiep«r.d«nt Around tn» ;
World Trip*. |
of I KM II- * CO.. *.»*• %ct<.. '. C'trar. X.^T.
IS U 5 I U«1 SEW EKGLAH9
Vim ISUHD SOUHD ROUTES
FALL RIVER LISTS. Via N-irport S*JS
dim and Sundays. 500 P. '.: Str. COMMO*-
WKAX.TQ ar.J PRtSCILLA. Orchestra on «*eh.
XOP.WICH LOTS VU New London. Lv Pl_^
40. V. R-. ft- Clarltson St week *•▼*••:«»
P _. Pit? 70. E. H. ft. E. 22rt 3t.. * .*> P. al
Strs. MA IXC and >'BW HAMPSHIiIE.
NEW HAVT7V*LrNX. for N«rwr H»v*n. Hart
ford. SortngnWld ant* S««i. ww»lt Haw vaxy.
r»,v» P^»r » E. R. 2:4.% P. M.: f"«» East
Sad St . 3: TO P. SI. Str. IMCIIAKX> PSCK.
Ticket.*, 9Tat»rooms mart trsformatloc at Clrr
Ticket r>ftVe. 171 Broad »a n«ar ♦'ortlasilia
St T»>T>r»on*» 3121 Cortlan<::. AM at N. T.
Transfer ana Toartat Ofßce* *nd at Pier*. _
FooTifiinrwEsrpoir-T
ARMY-HARVARD.OGT. 29th
STEAMER HENDRICK HUDSON
Vi\\\ run special for *hi» game. I«avlnar De*»
- ***» (rt. »«».2». W. 42d 1»».4». W. 120 th tt«*
A 51 Arriving as 'M Point In tfm» Cor Ftslt
Dress Inspection before the game. Rttirn
immediately. aft** g^mo. reach inz .v*w Tor*
tn tlm^ for Thearrea. Ticket* Jl._s «ac!» IHI
_ , bsbj caai- ■
llfosO.V RIVER PAY tTXt.
INSTRUCTION.
For Boya and loans Men — City.
BERKELEY SCHOOL
"PRUIART TO COLLESE"
72n0 Srszrr __ Wot E?ra At_
IRVING SCHOOL
L. D. RAY. 35 W. S4th St.
Qemestory. Primary _nteT_ce__at»
and Cocomereial De>pmrt_a<in.*.
Xc home sfcaaVy for boy* nnder fllaana.
For Both — City.
HAMILTON INSTITUTE ££*
Nlneteentß year begins Sept. 23.
COLLEGE and COMiIERCIAJ- Pr«p»ra.tlo__
Certificates admit to al' leading- epl!««; i »e. 7J
ALL LESSONS PREPARED AT -CHOOt, •
O_ice boor-, • to » after Sea*. #_-»
Telephony MM* Schgyter.
i For Catalogae addre— 45 WEST *tg/f ST._
STAMMERING,
and similar affections corrscted. 39 years' aaoceaa**
ful exisertence. Tratatn* by PrtoetpaJ._Bo iMat free.
Bryant School for Stare m*-.ng. 62 TT. 4Ctn St. .
! THE BEKLITZ SCnOOI, OF lAN'GCAGE*. ■
Madtaon Square (Ua Broadway). Harl«_;
Branch: 343 Leaaw aye., bet. 12"7tt asd tJaasi
st Brooklyn Branch: 213- 220 Livingston St.,
' Prirats Lessons and Classes. School or Reea
■ «>ae«. T>rms_Rgaaoa*.hle. Trial Leaaoai fr— .
CERnKTEb ISAAC PrTMAX TEACHER DE-*
ilrm few nvr<» ptipils. Residence, 45 "£-**»
«>Kth «t. 4031 Plaza.
SCHOOL AGENCIES.
Aaerican and * ere* - " Tea«ber** Axextcr.
■uppli-s Professors. Teachers. Tutara. Go*-*,
: iis sens etc.. to eaaajaaa. aa*ooi^ arid Faralllca«.|
APPIy to Mrs. 31. J. TOtTNC~FIT_.TOV.
23 Ualest S<ro-ir«.
j
DANCING ACADEMIES.
/-THE CTTAT.TF^
i Private -cho.il <rf Daneinjr. 1 «MC 42<] M. I I
Private Classes for Laidlea. G*ntl«m»n.
i Adu « and Children nm "Boery - Bolldinaf "
I and "Hygiene." by ni»»na of daactaaj Also
I i^asslcal. .Esthettc. National Ftilkwartd Firs-*
i Ballroom Danclns. Plea»*> »«>ncl tor C->t-t- ,
logue. WHS 11. CHAXIF. Inatnxctor.
r;-?rt':«t- Inniyflal Bai'f «^h«ot •• fMT«-fr».
BOOKS AND PU3LICATION3.
The Boy Aviators' Series,
r By Cap*. Wflbur Lawtort.
! Silx stirring _p-to-the-Tn.inuta _W«t__tea Storte*
for Tride-aTaie Boys.
I lUostrat-d — Price SOc. pervolc_nfi postpaid
"••ld Wh«rfT»r Book.* Are Sold.
HURST * CO., 395 Broadway, New Yotfc
BUSINESS CHANCES.
MONEY 113 BANANAS
I_jts«» rlaatatlon. now ahipping r-sra'arJ-r: dr»i—
•lend period appr»iacn:n*. which should b* .--•
and continuous fr>r yeara: ltttl© stock left ■*.: %
sp*rtal prtc*; a rar« ocpcrr'onitT. -ion'r 'irAss it:
rr.ore mooev In bananas than aay other food
product: seisd for fre* u;-jsjtra*aa ampciet anus*
! Ie formation.
International Finance Co.
•rnrscNE Btnx_i>iNa. nstw tors.
CARPET CLEANING.
■. fTCAiPST CLEAUiUS WORKS
: Oldest. Lanresr. Stoat Modern.
TeL Mat Bryan, Estaallaaed tSS7.
Fine Rugs Woven from Old Carpets.
Prices Reasonable. Send for Ctreilar.
437 and 439 W. 45th St.
TV. H. JORP.\y. __ epwi?« Lxyrx
CAREFUL CARPET CLEA-VIXG CO CISS—
by compressed air. steam, baa* or am Oaer.
IUM Bread-way. 421 East «Bta st. COS *
' BRANDT. TeL 132—
LADDERS, FLAG POLES. ETC.
| e». i , n " Portland Ladder Co.. MPQraaaja
t__jj___at-_---ta-- St.. Newark. N. j WOTDU
ladders da'.tvered at 20c per ft. Tel. 3a>* B. R.
LAWYERS.
j LAWYERS ADVICE FREE.
SCHXEIDER -t GOODMAN 1 . t9^ Broadway.
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS.
VICTOR VISIBLE. T» Sanaa St.: c-.taloru*
free; alt makes takes part psasaast: baraaaa*
In Uaderawasav RestnjrtOß-. O_*ir?r_. &____*.
: r^^ !
MISCELLANEOUS.
OLX) PL_VTINU_I bought. Buyer aam 5y r«
quest. Uhler A Carroll. 450 East ltlat st.
AUCTION SALES.
by VIRTUE OF A CIIATT___. iIOOXGAOEI,
dated Jtay 2!»U>. 1310. coatmerctai Esxirouiisry
TVorlca to Hl."li.it»l v. iiitgws* to l4Me>->
Levmson A. Jacob lianaoer. dotsw Ml >■■■**
th* Commercial Trvica Comrany, on. Juno 13th.:
VJIO, i will sell -lav ax »a. m. at lIM K.
11th Street. Ifc-tt-attasv Cordin* machine*.
Beading machine*. DiehW motor, tables, ..•nairs.
ants and ail n__ch!aerv and nxtur*9 covered »••
»ai_ mortgajfe. Ai_6*REl> yBKh-.ai AX. attorney
tor mortgage. MOB FRT. Auctioneer.
lit >t: VTIiY. Auctioneer. wtU sail. t>r vtrn:,» of .-_
rvrtoln chattel mortcass. ax public veivn**, at
O.Z'f o'clock this furesocn. Nt No. i— Sa>st taßaa
street. Bronx. tn* :..'«•» and contents «f a 3. !>
and 1^ cent stare. By order o' attorney fat favt
J tor mortgagr^.
" RECEIVERS' NOTICE.
VAN KANNKL. K£\.OLViNOi COOK. COM
f ANY. —in punstu_nc« of _n or_er or the Cslted
! States Circuit court foe that Tnaiawa Dt-trict cZ
Now Tork. mado by ll'inora-U* Tboauut Ive«
Chatfleld. United s'.ues Ptatrlct Jlaaaja ItaMsaa;
the Court. b*artns _*w the Sth d_y of October.
li>lo. notice Is hereby »lven to all creditor- of
the Van Kannel Be»«'»«g IXxjt Company aad
m.l persoc.t holdlns; any np«n or subsisting con
tracts or mill lair of aaM corporation, that
they are required to preset their rosy*
c-xims. account*, contract* and dajnsasidtK, _u!r
| vertS>d. to tne tasder-jjened. duly appointed r»
cel\«rs of said corporation, at their pi*. of
I rransactinc business, at the <>mea «C Char.«» A.
'■ D«cker. Kft I»X> Broadway. Biwmsjh of _I_aha:-
I tan New York City, on or before the Ttti d. of
1 Il iisiiiliiii 1010.
rated October T2th. 101i>
FnErKKtcK B. sriTorc.
CIIARLC3 A. nvm
Receivers of V*» Kinnel RevolvHs; TV>«»r Owo
pajsai
ADVERTISEMEXTS aad SUB
SCRIPTIONS for THE TRIBUNE
will be received at the foi.o«iat(
Branch On-...- at Main Office
Rates: 1364 Broadway. 157 East
| ■Ml St.. m West 12oth Su 194
East 14th SU 264 Ml Aye. aad
1035 34 Ate.
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