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Judge Gary Explains Position Re? garding Injunction Proceedings. PAPERS' CONTENTS KNOWN Statement Says After Wire Pros? ecutions Their Usefulness Was Thought Ended. Afiar ? eonfsraaea katwaaa the leading officers of the United Slates Steel Corpora? tion and officers of tha American Steel and "Aire C*HBpaay, held at the headquarters of ' i orporation yesterday afternoon, ex Judge K H Gary tru?.* out the ?ollowing stateaasat explaining tne Si?j?I Corpora t ? i.'- ; (.. lion with regard to the injunction settings brought by the government: :ei that the government has thought It aecestiar*)' 01 u<.-?liable to nie u p.-tluon lor an injunction '?> restrain the Steel ijor ;?oi_;u>n arrj Its subsidiary companies frorn ?? ?i.cli Hi?- tov* '. to j.'oduce In support of its trull ugalnst tire Steal Corro?atiun. The pe? tition is uaBe? upon the singla circumstance ? lime ir. October last Frank lent oi tlrr American bit ?el and ? caused to be de a.1 leria.r. - that had been ury in New York when they were Investigating the -o-calie?) ion .?.Ir? iiooia l had never iicaid of ? se papers until ? Inquiry I learn that the clr? cvmstances ?ere as tallows: li thi spring ?>f ?'.'i; tin Xas -'oik fed rriaii? .?ur.v. under the direction of District Attorney ?Vise, he-ran an Inv? tkrn Into lbs Jaekson wire pools During -attion a suui.a'iia ? tin;: the nin- company to ? r.? b. .aritir Upon the trhnsscUons under liuiulry. Thf- officers <i( the '.Mi.- company complied with tbe atherlng tosether from their all th? pa] . for. They were and rilled a large trunk. <?i. of tl.?? otlicers brought the. trunk full of ter, Mass . where they assembled, to the grand jury room in Si ? V??' k. Instead of being re'.alncd In the custody of the oil.' -: them during th? re ? .i i : >. these papen wi re ..li turn"! ?<\? ? tu th? District Attori equest. ir. ordrr that he and his as 's might have opportunity to c.x ? s i uni informed, tin.-- ex? amination was made and the paper? were . igued, and their content? noted, t'pon amlnatlon being completed, and upon lay the indictments were filed, the trunk tull of papers was re'.urne.l to Mr >poiii?i to his letter referred to i? ? ??? ion. t menta were all disposed of by pleas of nolo contender?, and the ?papers s ? n t.. V' r ra'Irrt for again I y the District At? * sonal ch. r t;' ?if Mr. MacVeagh alurin?,' all of lih ,->n'l until the St h of August, srhen he left on a '??? months' vacation, During the ce of Mr. MacVeagh Mr Belling, aj? ustant ?s?rierai solicitor, was in ? h. the office, ir. had ?been absent in Europe dunnc th?* month of July and part of August. At th--? end o' er the ofti ol Mr. MscVsagh and Mr. Boiling were moved 'Ik- seventeenth to the sixteenth floor of No 7' Proadwa'y. Mr. Bolltnt,- then no tl?*ed the trunk in ore of th.- offices and ?li- ! rected tha' Inquiry be made ?t ihe .>:li.?>?.-? , of the American Steel and Win- Company. i Church street New York City, lo ' In'II k could no? he stored n hearing that it could, he di? rai. an?l it was accordingly "?moved ?o the office oi the wire company ? i bout September 28. 1911. Thi?- \? done wltbont th?- knowledg? "'? Mi Mac? Veagh, When Mr. oviton. of the D ?tu-?-. ai?r'li?'?i about the end of 1< .iv? ?., it M-o.-t the ?'"ntents of the trunk, Mr. Boiling marie Inquiry at 'he : ?.thee of the ulre company in New York Hnd learned ?bat shortly after the trunk ??ai received at tl forwarded by director, of Mr. Baackes to the office of ? Th.? wl-e company at V" lia sa from whirl? it hnd ???en ori-tlnal'?. B< ?'ier Inoulry developed thai nrrh-al at Wore? '? r Its CO) stroyed b? order of Mr Baackes Mr. Tl. ??-)<?'s reports that when be orde'-a.d th? ??rntents rttsetroyed he supposed th it all th? rroxecntions grosrlns out of the wire pools fere at at. er??*, ar.il that the panera wer? nq lonper necd-d for any pun Trenton. N. J? Feb. 7.?Notice of tl SBBWsd yestcda?. b] Hids.?- Gray, of thf "nited Sta- ('our?, dire, ting cer- , lain defendant* named in the government? ; ' ? ? -'ate- Steel Cor- ! noration to ?-ho" ? n Monday why they ?hould not b? re?rtrained from daetro?. ln~ book? and papers wanted by the rov ernment in the prosecution of Its action, i were ?served ? ?sterday bv United States i Marshal Aleott on the Steel Corporation. ' and eight of the defendant? named In the j order. Marshal AlcsM serrad the notlcas personally In Nswsrk and Hoboken a? the emees of these defendants The four other ?lefendanl.?- ?o th< ?o show cause will be saffsd Mith notice.? by the marshal?- of their d:3trlcts, to whom ?he doc'jm- Mat ?lor M ??'da? STEEL BILL ATTACKED Would Close Many Mills, Manu? facturers Say. ? i ? :? Washington, Feb. ?. ?Wip n| out th? narrow tariff msrein which measure.? the difference between the cost of labor In th< United States and the cost of labor in German v. Belgium and othei Huronean . ?"oimtrles. a? prono?--! In th? Democratic steel Mil, Mil result in the ?losing of man] factories, according to the testimony ol manufacturers to th-- Senat* mtttee on Finance to-da? A H. Fredericks, of Kokomo, Ind., said ?hat the <Uait<sd S*atei cannot compete with ? ?he worl-i h the manufactu?? of itael ind wire fenrin?; under th? renditions imposed j *^> the IHouse bill, which leaves ? dui> | on tha raw materia: l'hed product Tl Atkins, of Indianapolis, pr-ue.-te.: that the tariff on taws marked only the diffeianes in the labor r*?t?at, and t<> aiw-.iisii havo in Un Industry. X\'i!lian? ' '?:? tt '.???'? .nd Iron manufacturers on the Padfle Coast, sa d -hat ?".f-rniany, fa now supplies half the amount of thi? material used ir. that region, will supply all of it if the tariff is removed. ?.0 said that the wagSB paid in K;ir?> ^?a?^ag^H-i".?- arc than half oast. The hearings will 1- ??? ?? ? -morrow, when ?.'liarU-s M. that ihe Republicans of [ n:?-r? ly oppoBln-; the win frame on?- .if that stated to-night by Senator j ? S nutor t!*UmiBlnS first suggested ' j that thr insurgent? and the regulars might get topr-'her on such a plan, with the S? pertatl-ni that the President would approx ? the bill if the steel report of the Tariff Board vrf submitted to him In time to afford ?--curate information on which t?, a-t. if ?t -j found that r an -.., completed within the next month or two, the plaq of sending a Republican bill bat-k to "he Hou"-? revising the Iron and steel ?-?Vdule will be taken seriously. In this even*, th.- insurants and Iiemocrats of ths Senate will probably man.i tourath.-*-. HIS CHECK, LAWYER SWEARS F. R. Couderts Testimony Read in Suit for False Arrest. The testimony of Frederic *<? .-0,icjrr, read in the tFupreme <*ourt yesterday in the action of Frederick Bierman. who Is ?suing James C. Fargo. as president of the American "Express Company, fo- $.' ? d false arrest and mat|ejo-is prose? cution. Bierman ? tried ?tnd acquitte^ on the I charge of tryinc to cash a traveller'* ! check for ?1C0 which had been made out In London by the American ?Express ' "?i? par! y 1o Coudert. man told about a straneer. -who salti s a steward on s Gi-rman steamshiPi giving him tho check to cash, the name having been binned <>JT by the stranger. |q. advertenUy, . c h< explained, erith a cigar. Coudert made affidavit that the , heck I Bierman trie?! to cash was hia He said that be was a pa asen tor on a ? steamship from London to Neat York and : had three traveller's checks. He discov j ered the theft of one of these when he ! reached New York and believed that ft ' was taken out of n ?raltot that was in his ' ' oat pocket wh'lc he ins In bis bath on? I morning. Lierman, the plaintiff, told on th.- stand ?that tie mysterious stranger wl.. asked ! him to cash the ch.ek <?ici n<.t promis.- htm anything. Otto ltaphae! teat I fled tha; Blersrtan told him th. -t.-.i to ?-?-t S3S from the proceed? of the check I his way fo St. Louis, when- hia family is living, An employe of the American F.x told about I ?' ? the .-?'tup. t.\ .limos? ?rying that he had got tl:a ch-BCk In Bre? men and that he feared he ?amild not get th* money beeauss he had burned otr the ? ? . s SALOON FIRE NEAR THEATRE Blaze Makes Some Abandon Drinks and Others a Show. RatTOttS of Philip M ? n. at i the orner ? and 35th street. ;-? .ax.d strangle holds 09 Mini 1 glass?-? of various sises range?l alorkg front of them and made ? concerted charg. ? hortly aft? r I .... -k last Bf, w h.-n ,i loud ?N|?losi?.ti .? back oi th.- bar. follow? i by a -"sb of flam, that burst from a cnr-in.-t at i - - Went*, the bartender, ?? ? h was i pouring out u drink. Wents dropjM-d the bottli i n the '?*?? with a crash and dashed Upetalra to the ihlrd floor t?? rescus Mr?. Uandelmao. H un< I ' rrterlcal al the mention of lire, and | the bartender had to dran her doum the taro fllghte to th? et i . of tli ? pparatus, :n - ?Deputy ?Chief Itoes, ar -i\e.i and ;. san s;.. - into the SSlns saloon. Lieutenant Kstahrook. ?if the Itth police precinct, irried Into s variety theatre i?*xt door and told the three hundred patrons to march out ouiet'* Thli thej did without an) sign of" panic, and the ntruse iras emptied In about tht-e. minutes. ? ii**ief but ?bar** fisiit th* Bremen succeeded In extinguishing th<- i l,.z<- m the ? . whi^h di?l about ?-" - The ? t'Osed to have bat n ?isulatlon S ANOTHER RICKARD HEARING Tells Why His Namr- ?Sronld Not Re Strickfn from Civil Service Li.t. EUekard, who ?as assistant superintendent of Bellevue and AHied Hos and ha', been In i'* servi.- trota ivn until be was dismi-.se?* |<_ ? of the .'..nnn,is?'..net- of accounta th hatting allowed .erialn ? " to be Usted under different names atona fore, the- civil ?endos Commise to explain why hi; nam? should not I "ken from the evil servfeM : It had been restored last Ds smbei The summons yesterday to stand ? Inatloi nmlaslon ? ond which Rli kai d ? In the last ;>. i\e.-lv?i A? tb? re ? ? e* -?ninifior. " '. laced a? 'he top or the dril r-arvl?*** j to hi.- credit Whei ? '?1 trial few dismissal ; last month Ma ease was revl-swad and I? i <--e??>d thai his name should : loured to remain on the list, ?lien "rester ...,> - bearing opened Richard's lawjn J. Talley, called attention to the pre* mission an ?hat the latest summons i.eared to Involve polities somewher? out lbs commission ? ? leading physldaaa In ths city lent h tters to UM <0 de? claring that RlcVcard was dlamlssed from . price nt Us hospital on a purely technical charg' s]*? called at? ? t., his llfcaavlng record, which In? .-ludes reecuai of three children at a fire. I of an insane patient from drowning, nine months service in a typhus fever camp and the reacue of two ehlldren In a runaarai At the *.-n-i of th- hearing Ion. ACCIDENT TO MONUMENT Schurz Memorial pclayed by Breaking of Big Ston?. Although it had been panned to un\e|] the f'nri Bchurs monument, at nfiih overlooking Sforningsldj I'ark, on Muy 14, an acd/sat tiiat happened In the quarrying of one of the principal itones will ne? ebsitate the postponement of such r.-r? monies until perhaps late In tha fall, was told last nis?- by Kan Bitter, the sculptor, v. ho has beer. mSklUg the Rchurs memorial, which will cost 85."..ton. Lfts?-i ?is?il?' -"-* ? ????? ? ? ? ?--- ? '-??" ??-??? ? - ? - - pqaapamamt ? ? ? ? ? The Tribune Almanac Eg 1912 Last year the size was doubled while the price remained the came. This year it is still larger and new features have beer added. Price, 35c. by mail, copie? in boards with cloth backs and handsome cover in colora. 60c. by mail. Send your order now. ORM miB?Xb, 1?4 Somhou Street, Net? Tor* City. paper cover, Hease tend the 1?13 Tribune Almanac, j gj^ cover> | for tthich find encloted.cent> < __ Sanie . Addreet Number Indicted Now Said To Be More than Forty. Indianapolis. I'et 7 ?<~*ap!ase?, (( ' eimuluin.-ous arre?t of all the men named In the thirty-two indictments r*?jrr>?.i by j the federal grand jury m the iqrmunlte cob ! spiraoy easts with certl;l.d copies of the Indictments, were completed to-day In the ration that the arrests might be ef faetad within five days?possibly on Sstut lt probablj next Meada* Alt.hr.ri_h thi men, mon of them labor ' union official? and atren'9, are SCS i from Boston to the Pacific Coast, the. pa pet? for thdr spprchension have Leen so ( mttmttged that they arc to be arrested and i afforded an opportunity to gt\t bond on the I ?ame day and as near as possible within a few hours The pttpA, said for all th< men to agg ?. tel ?.000 la to Im a?keri tot tbslt appearance In Indianapolis on .March l", i when t! e* SI. t?. be arraigned before fed j era! Judge a. B. Anderson. The necessity for taking into custody ?o ! many prisoners located in at least, twenty ?distant Itles srttbia s given tiiae. so that, through premature .trrt>t, one d?tendant by demanding s copy of his indictment ? may not reveal the names oi his alleged cO'Coiispiratorf. is regarded a? unusual It ha.?? deve! ?red tha ? nilaiits. BC? loused of i- with tire M ?amaras I and Ortie ES. McMaalgal In perpetrating ! more? than one hundred explosions before ; and after the wrecking of Um Los Aagelee ; Times Building, will BUmbST Si least forty. i and )? naors Tha stetenant was made thsl there were at least etent more. j d? fendants than the number of Indict) I returned as many of the true bills esa? tained mora than one name. Telegrams ncjng lbs return of the Indictments at? said to ir.iv? forwarded fioui i United States District Attorney Charles W. [ Mill.-?? ? office to-day to authorities in vari ous federal dlBtrltrts where srn*sts are in follow, "While there will he no ha.?te In making arrests It will be don? aa i Bible." ! .??aid Mr. Mill.-- p\ :? m?iulries have .- t ? i]. '? 'it we - hav?- declln? .'..!. ?Szeept for the n? .^-easlty of arresting everybody bid within a glvsn Um . w? are haadHag these us) ; i ?ao would any others.' N. Y. TO SEE BOMB ROUNDUP Burns Predicts Surprise When Arrests Are Made Here. William .1 Burns, who bad be.?r fron) M* office In tl two ?lay.-. In referen? a to I ? Indi tnt nts In c< n -ri with tbs dynamiting casi ind t expected arrests In this city, he said; i "The ?ext news a-- t.. ti;?" will Marsha] Henkel Ml i ear sa* nos ? ? ? ?te i nduj ?? i?! i rol ably i e prise '?? ?n ?: ? ! d ..?I ? snee ot t). - I) would be nur : for me to go lut H. still to the opinion that 'nt Qorop. I 'nerl"(in I ? tion nf La orbs ? about the dyaamitlna that ?ras i of the gull) McXaatars broth? ? "I am r ? h? ssM ? E, ' 1 r? inr? of th? ESrsctoi - '. I that s hll? there bud l ? I deal of gua who ?? < HI York WOUld lie Itni'li 11 Ses York ?District Council Of th? Irte-nstionsl As-' Uon of Brldgi and Structural Iron Workers. ? hlch repreaenl lo ?; un? i ns In 1 * no? discuss th? "i.minis sri ? "I know nothing of th? WBS In said "1 I ?'" r?'-i\ed ti" ?-oininutil? a Uon from Indlannp' li*-. and I d?> BS? what ? ' -? ine .?bout I nu?-i .-? ? Attorn?*. ''? ? -? t Wise, who elv?M th- o?)? af.town int? and fixes ?hen? ? Henkel i . ? ? I ha did i ' ' ?ape ? I ? get ?he warrant ? ir hum. ?-s -? Mi Wise und? n i i hat th- ? arrant I srvad an t ige ? fron, ..?.-. ?..?? sill b? . ? ' '.? Henk? ? ?' marshal COCAINF BUYER DISCHARGED. rugglBl of Ns, ? after - ? . ' ? tatas Dlstrl? t ? ? ? ? rge that ha put' eecalns smuggled into this rount William Rind, Brsi officer ?-f the steam? ship SI Psul Rind ? ? ? ago foi smtigaliti- Jewelrj nml eoa;slne D-d was sentenced to i y?sar imprison men' on 1 CONEY ISLAND BOARDWALK PLAN. Controller Prenderj-ast ard Pr?sident Steer.? nf ?h? Borough of Rrooklyn. act mmtttes Of th? Board or Bstl ' mote ?.nd Apporttonmeat, gave .? hearlag I yesterday momlni it N 10 Brasdwsy I upon S proposition to butld a boardwalk ! sixty feel ? sloni the water front at j Island Backers of the ?cheme ?as- | timated that th' land might bei condemned at a coat of $i.i.v,.?"~o and I , '?< COUld I I fOI too" a fir. ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS ? . ?MS ! Washington, February ; ORDERS IPBT'ED -The following order? have been laauad ?i:MY '..li.r.! WILLIAM I E* ?N! bon i -1 : M \n, '??a?- srtlllery, to I P? ... \\a?hingtoi). Nul.??- et ?'?"'?H? ALLEN SMITH. .Ir , 3d Ir ? -1 ?-fli.-er?, and asm? ' Captain BAM1 i;i. 1 ?NHl IX . Id In failli y. '. BROWN, nth Infantry, to quarurrassti i depart -, . sputa ?.AMtni.il. 13. UABCO irt? nnaati r, skii.ii d ; : ' ?Captain* JAM 18 N. I-ICKBRINO, train 1st to .h? Infanlrj Captain RENKT M FALEg, fron. _4tt> to irt Captain JAMES N. 1'1?'Ki:i;in?;. .hi, Intsntrr, f mi- School of 1 ? ll i.' M r, ? ?-.-j.-- ir, ? i 28, tl rechnest. ??spuin HAKKY A. IIBOEMAN, 18th Infantry. ,r.?>d lu iiuBrternia.-ier'? d? p?riment, \ |? e CSBtain HARKT bl HOWLAND. qusi , ittar ,).-?l-ne* to laSth Infantry. First Lieutenant IIARIU80N W. BTOCKUT. medical r??erve '-orpa. ??> Philippin?**, taJlinc from San l-'randNco Apill S First Lieu'? Rant N.CHOLAB TV. r'AMPANOLE. tros lin. t" I- lofaatrj First UtMiunaal ALEXANDEB XT. ?HILTON, fron. l?t t - 1-**? Infantry. Baaurnatton O? F-TBt Lieutenant CHARLES J. LOND dental ?urseon. a?:cepte.) First Lieutenant Cf'EF.DT ? HHEPPABD. ord? nance departn??:?'. from Sandy Hook provins croiind t.. SpMnf-ri?M Armoir First Lieutenant EOWW ?ilNNBIt. ITth In? fantry dsulled prefe???ir tr.lili-.rv science gt John'?. MHitarv Ac-idcmy. Delansld. fiep umber 1 lie? First Llsuteiian! i'HAHLt^ F BEVEBSON, Infantry, unasaigned, t?j rtrlaflald AUS???? '?"' Vame ?l" First Lieutenant EDWIN OL'NN'F.n, ITth Infar.'ry, plaeed on H?t of d?i?rheai of flrers September 1, and nsme of Ftist Ll?si Mi?SSt CHABLES F SEVEK??N. Itr?antry. UpnvoT"? l?^olonel WfLLtA*! P. FVAN8 infantry, until May 2T- ?aesSsl Li^uunant JOHN R- D *JATRE?^N corps or errinerr?) ??"'" aa"??? for Haws,.. April 8. from San Francisco. NA VT n?HI Enslnee- H R 8TANFORD. eommls ' steSdI es?ef of ?tau of Twds and Dock,. ??,.?>< rank of i-ssr admira. BoatTwirnf.nEC.OBT T?LLEN. ^;t"_?' nav^ atatton Ouantsnarro. to the Patuxant. ChM"U?nl.tt*C H *;n^^f7>^*fh?t* th? v?.?h raro)Ina t" tha United t?tat?? -HyT???er-^n-r*'r.EOBGE MACHADO, reala r.atl-n accept'? MOVEMENT.-1 OF WARBHIPS.-Thn fol lowins movements of vessels have been re ported to the Navy Department: ARRIVED. ( Feb. 6-The Tankton. at KtB-jWim ?Tass?tes. -??h a?The Plscatan"?. at ?anion the Hector. ?rNewper? *>V?; the BssslSsl, at Crtatai bol. the I^onlda?. at Annapol.?. SAILED Fsb A-The Tankton. from Kinf.ton f^-r Ousn tanam?. the Neptune, from Baittmor? for Roekland. Ms. RESORTS-, >M. -JEieuKK. RESORTS._ NtW JKKBCf. COME TO ATLANTIC CITY and enjoy the delights of the dry. sunny boardwalk which, with it? ptoce-saon of roller ci.airs, is never more enjoyable than at this season of the year. HOTEL DENNIS on account o? its superior location and the liberal spaces ?given to public rooms nA sun narlors together will? careful service maintained, is an ideal house for Vinterand pring WALTER J. BUZ BY. \\ CITY NEW JERSEY Lincoln's Birthday falling on Monday adds an extra day to the delightful week end outing at this famous resort. Climate mild ami invigorating, no snow or ice on the boardwalk. Golf links and other out-door sports. Leading hotels always open. TRAYMORE CHALFONTE HADDON HALL DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE. SL Di-SKS GfficB Furnitura l'i crut ?arietr o? htyle an?! I'rl?e. |T.Q. StLLEW m n i.T<?\ -i EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. *A*II>.S\ - >;?? ? privat? ramilles, ah ? . -?..| HELP WANTED. Mais i.\i*ii*-\*-n. ? ? - ? '..'t'iit? S M ..ii.h.-.l HIGH GRADE tf a* iladoft . . ... g.. ? r. I ? ? | ? - R? li ,-n?; ??? , -? t-.arr,- | or agi? ' Van?J * li WORK WANTED. Mule It C A D of I ? ? ? ' han? ..' f.?;'i. I DOMESTIC SlTU/?TIONr, WANTED Msle i.? ti r - I it ? i*A M - ?? ?. ? an ia(| ?-??? 1M *>l ? Female. ? ? ... If?i IT 9 ? ?? - ,.-.,. .-?.. I h floor? T.1?.phon?. _ - ? i ?-? ? ' _ ... . ' | ? iiu'-iet. **lih ? . _ - ? ? renew ? ..?ig *<Sf CCH .]., ..... . : ?n'',? if ? - .. ??. ? ' n ?. Hi i ? : ? i'r tool ? ? ' fhl ??i>?r!?nr?.i. ' |l If Wetl ',2 !. 'phon?> ...10 _ ?*?th?-r Inl'?'- ...... l-ri? ?.?'_, Brys ? ? , fin.-j man u-^ful Hood ?rallar hoti. highly -try Morrow? 1 n * i redisant \-oung Irlah ??" ' r .in-i!o"S If? waget; refaretn ?a. Cnil Ir w|i ? AS ' ' '?' ' ''_ v.. HtK? ' - - b?.k--i " '?? rmald-waltraM; d?-. ?mir? i ? ? . "a. count:;. Morro** - Ai.?.-. 721 l?eai ?ton ave._ ?'*?*. IRK ? **??? ' '-'rr.ar. gl-lr Uni bakm: other .-humlierroald ar.l waltr?-sv nmr-**t?at, ?iiun? *r..i o?.Haiti? M?-.i-;oW? ?t. 121 j_*_ll '-?'"n ??*-?' corner Ml lJU*\! " ;:W!> ' ... shirts; nr ?.? ?' ' 1'iune.r-?-?; *xi?-rle:irr,\; , ! :.-'.'?la AgeeO'i *l>*') L.-xln?[!'.n ?.?- _ _ LAI * I ?jlal oth. r worl. "fl II. Ag.-n. y. 141 i:..*.* -""Hi m , t-? 8321 t"l? i--? UAT'?DRKSS \ derm? woman want? to take In bun.!'- wa?hln? a) ? ?It drying; letter? oniv. r*. s . I8S1 Avenu? a (a-lrartlalns aflea). WAJTRESa'and CHAMBERMAID <**upahle vf.itna Finnish Kill, baa i.??r reference* from Ka? Y...U f.iti.iii.? Juaatla Agescjr, HO Ua. it.ct.,ti ,-i\i> T?. 4453 V_ WAITRESS and CHAMBERMAID-?Thoi li romii. t?n?. lira? . *?r> rli'OCed ?iri. fli|.-sf f-?iiiii> r-afananeae; $'.* Wllaen'a Aganc**, lei Kl?- Met? m . t?-l 22ZA Plaaa LOST BANKBOOKS. LOST? Bankbook No. 8?,7T-' at nry Dock Sav inirs Institution Any ?-tram hawng claims .ipr.ii ?al.I book 1? aellaS ujion to present th* tame to thr- t>ank ?vltliin thirty days, or the said I i-ook ?in i.?- Seclared asaoaHad anri extinguished ' and a new une laaaad In li?u thereof L< 1ST??Bankbook Nu. iAaj?AI of Dry Do. t lues ttv*tltutlon. Any person tiavlng- .-launa upon ?aid hook is called upon to present the same to the bank within thirty days, or the said book will be declat**-l cancel!-?* ami exttn-rulshed MS? on? irr.i- ' ";''r'0__ T/.-T?Bankbook ?o 393,'?"|4 "f l''*v Dock Say. *n*-a Institution. Any person having claims uprn i-aid book is .-?tiled upon t., pr?s*t I ?am? to the bank within thirty da*-*?, or th* said book will be declared r_nc?:'.ed and extlnculshed and a new one Issued In lieu ?hsrecf. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. THE UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINART, Broadway, a? IWiii Street Public Lecture? on 'TNREST IN INDIA" hy Prlnclpal A. O. FRASER, M A ot Trinity College. Kandr. Ceylon, at 6 o'clock. Thur?dav. February 8? "Its Demand? on th? _*v?niretlit " Friday, Februsry ft?'Tt>. Demsnd? on Talth." _DRESSMAKING-_ DRESSMAKER?Compet-mt make? and remiidl ?1?: children'? a ?p?clalty. Juliet, vm ?_?. 12th ?t Tal. 40S?Stuyvsaiu_ T** PEWRITINQ AND TYPEWRIT ^-^ VI?~rOR VISIBLE. 1? Ma?sau ?t ??ta?orui fr*?-; all makes tak.n part payment; barKains In Underwoods. Reininston?. Oliver?. Stnitha. For Rest. Recreation, Health or Pleasure, Visit Atlantic City AMERITAS FAMOUS Af.l.-VKAR HEMIKT ri?. ..?mi ?un?' tue sn?i ertsp nil at* in?ke promenading and roll? r rhair f??n?.js boardwalk a dally S? is))' F.?'-ry opportunity for ?il?ra?ur" r-iki in IM pink of a-onditi.ni i;...?rv famous for tii?lr hespttalltj .ind l.ii.a-a- . Bllthdai fMSBday, l-h. ).? ? ? offer? n iplendld epportunit] for s i ?k?snd oqtiss THE FOLLOWING LEADING NOISES ???is' rates ?nd other informs* ?i -?. ob ?ppih stton M iiiil>?>r<>tigh-Blenheim SCSsMa HssssS The pennhurst Tb' ??belhiirn- Hotel M ran.) Ilnlel Ilenni- II?.lei ??t. ? liarle? i.ileii Hall rhe IlolnilDir?! ? 'mm Ne? York ?. i* )? nn. i: ; ? stral B B ?f K J HOTEL MORTON VIRGINIA AVE.. M\B HKMII \II.\NTir ? ITV. N. J. ?ipen all II ,-ar Fine tabla. fuites with ?? (??'- HaadMme?f furnished. Perfect sanit?r?; srrsaaementi Elevator tn all floors. ? foi winter. Capacity '.?SO Mr? N H RAIMES ?"??.ner and Proprietor. QDar J horoufib - ?lenbctm ? I I . > I I? ?? IT ., H. ?. Jo? hi h unit?, g ??un? Compsar_ ruiRin? IB ?IHMMME OF MN*-H!NF ?Mi rtkASI RE i i- : i?t of Florida LIMITED COPARTNERSHIP?_ -Tl OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP of A ? wScKU.ES A ??.-*?*, ?be undar irgrted. bain? de?iroris o? terming a ''"?''*- P" " sre_ts^ss ot the sut - . - saw fork, al? h-raby oardty. < i it tb? ?me or firm under whl'D ?u-n ? r :? lo b?) conducted !? A. S La?0'*l-<-S ?h?- '?ir.-. th? name or - Umlud Jftttmt nducttnf buslr.es? Ir. ?hi? S?.-.??) ind ,-. mtlnu? Its bust!'.?**? acd ?> ft I) -i-l limited partner .,,..,, w?-r*:n tha priudpai pa a ? limitad ?.artuershlp Is to be ? i>j:U)- ot New York. In the , ????!? ?I N? * V rk II T-iat lha ?-?nerai n?iur? of ?h? husti??;? ',? ?-jr?-a-?ed by auch partnership t? . ?.nUtioa rnerehSBts ?tnd t:r nts air* traders in 'ha l.ntte-3 i?*t?? and for? Isa ? oui "i*" , . III fhst th*. n^tTie?. ?nd whether of full a??., of ii| tb? -???--?. and apt ia! partners tnter .???? ?? ssld it:? it-d pa*tn?r?hi->, distlngulshtns ? h: sre |?nei ?i ,n which ar? ?pecia psrtnara -*ir r-jf" live rl?cea of re.ldenc?. ar? as r- r.r?i a geneeel par'ner. of ?X? of I-MUM8?** is a?. No 23. erra e. tr tb? .?? f London. Ens I inl Mr haul d? M?rria.o. a general p?rtn?r. ot nil I lag- ?\ro?e pl?i ? of residir, e 1? No 3?15 Rlver ! ,i ? Di >.3or> jgh of Manhattar. I erk. ? V-r-ado. a general partner Of full '?Ci. ?ho?' Pi? ' "f residen?.? Is No li Wssi [ 4-ttn - Bon ?e. of -?Isnltattan. City ?f N? m York. Waltft I?e,:|?n|.i l.a*-c?lle* a fener?! partner. -? g- ntpott pise? of ? slden-e )? No 131 . p.... ir eh? Enough of Manhattan, Ne?. Vo-k Ct_r. ?nd Benjamin OUr?. the spoetal ?j?rtn??r. of full I us*, who?? p'.aea of restd?':: a t? Hotel Marseille, ' rjtreel and Hroadway. in th? Ber-ug>. of M?nhafar. New York City. IV. That the amount of capital which tits aatd Baniamln Odie. tlM ?pedal partner, has ?I (ne ??ontrtbutod to the common stech of i aal?! limited partnership ?? ?h? sum cf One hun? dred and tan thousand tlllODOOi dollar? V. That the rim? at which tha ?aid partner? ship I? to be.|ii. i> the firs: day of Januar?. 1012, ? time at which I' I? to ?nd I? th? thlrt? flr?' d-iv nl December, 1914. "Dei : -er :+ inn Ft.f">T MtTHt.'B DF. PA.-. Bv Klchsel a!^ M?lca.lo. HI? Alt. ru?ji tn fa-' MICHAFL DE MF.n.'ADO CEB \bl> t'E MERCADO HALTER l. LA SCELLES. N'IAMIN ODIO. 5-ate of N? vr York County of N>m- York. ?? On this 2*?'h dB] 'f D-"?:rnt>er, igj] hefr? me pel sens llr can.? Michael de, M-r-.-ado. to me ki.owii end kn?.?' le me to tve ihe person who ... .?-. fo i-saiiiiK ?--rtitlcaie in th? name of Rllol A-thiir de Paw. and a? tlie aiternev In tn ? ' r Mid ?i- Pa?* :i?.d Ue. th? inl.i Michael ?ado. aa-KimwIedi-ed to mo that he ?xecutiid the ?ame lu th.- tiaiira. and aa ?ire aot and ii?ed of ui.i EHot Arthur de Pa?? for the um? and purpose? therstl mentioned, by virtue of a power .?f .itiirnea dulv ese?;ut?K? by the ?aid Eliot Arthur d rSB? 'l-'t-d the lSth dav of December, 1I?)1 ? L AU/tLAEPT. N. P. <~ount\ f Kins? r??rtifti-ate Aied In Nu? verk ?"ounty. ?tatc of Stes Y'.rk. County a,f New Yori.'. **. : on thi? '?.'??It? day if De???trber, li'll. ?aefore me p-siwnally cnm* Benjamin olio. Mi-hael de Men uto. Oeri!-l .i?- Metxsde ;.r'd wait? I?-ajp' !J lji?e?||e?, .ill nf whom are to m- knaiwn and krowii t-, urn* to be lh? IndMduab den rll.ed In an! sho esteutitd the foregoing; a-ertlfl'ate and who eaeti ?i-verally aa-knawledged t?> me that he ex'i'uteai th? han.e foi tha? purpoe? therein mentioned C I. ALLtl?AEPT, If. P. Osants of Kins? i'ertlt'-'ate filed in New York Count?. St.*.'? ? f N< " "iiirk. ?County of Me? York. ?a. ; MICHAEL DK MERCAD0, berne; dul- iwrrsi, sav? th.it he ?? one aif the aena>ral partners name.i In the foresolnx _*rtldenie of limited l?artn-rshlp of A. S, Lit SCELLES A CO.. ml that the ?nm of One ?ii-ndret and ten thcu?Mjid ?ftlO.f"^*? dollar?, e|ie;lfled tn said eertitlcate to hive been ??entrlbtfred by Benjam?n ?"?dio, ?he spe?iai partr.'.r sanad In ?.id certifleate, to ?he eemrr.cn BMCS; of ?aid limited partneralilp, ha? t.. en .?rtually ?nd In sow faith heretofore puld It. In cash by ?aid speel-| partn. r MiniAKL DI MEH'ADO Sworn t?i before mo thi.? 2?th dav of December Ifil C L AI.LSLAEDT. N. P . ' ' Count- of Klnr? Certlfla-ate filed In New Tork County. SURROGATE'S NOTICES. IN PCR.-U-ANCn OF AN ORDER OF^H?V Robert Ludiov. howler, a Surrogate of th? Ountv of N?w York, nottce Is hereby gtven to all persons hawuf claim? against Samuel Alex? ar.der. late of the Countfof New York, deceased, t-i present the ?am? with vouchers thereof to th? ?ubscrlber. at hi? pta?-? of transacting business, No )20 Broad-iav, Borough of Manhattan. In the City of New York, on or before the Sin dajr of March next Dated New York, the .llat dav of August. 1811. CHARLES B. Al.CXANDER. Executor. ALEXANDER A OREEN Atrornej? for Executor. No. I2ti Hroadwav Borough of Manhattan. New York City. NT. _ ^jARf^J?LEANINa_ CA?EFUL CARPET Cl.KAJfiNt) CO.?Cloans by coinpreaaed air. stearn, hand or on floor. HJ.-iS Broadway. 131 East 4Sth at. COE A BRANDT Tel. 1.12?itsth_ NLW YORK fARP)-f>I.KANl.\Ci WOltKS. Oldest. La's??? Mo? Modern. FINI* At IS WOVEN FR?.\r OLD CARPFTri. Prices Reasonabl-. Pend for Clieular Tel ?092-l*5W Bryant ?37 439 Writ ?.Vr. St TIME TABLES. TIME TABLES. n Fsstest, Fiaest. Largest (JaaJrujIe-Scrsw Turbia? Stesmsbips in ih* World >'*.r t?. 1 A. M. APR. ? l A M . GUNARQ LINES ! LUSITANIA S3 ' V MAURETANA "PANNOMA ?.??? CAMPANIA _S?,V_^i_VVIV' 'Ln?rpo')! or.! Comnr;?nc!na February S?th, the 1 _,*a*'Unla." "Mauretania" and "Campania" will ?all from New Tork at 1 A. M Wednesday?, subject to the discretion of th? Com frander. Instead of 9 a If. P?jr_e?-g?-r? ?erv?d cold buffet e-apper tx?w?e_ S P. BV -M LlVERPOUU LONDON. PARIS. BERLIN, VIENNA VIA Ql rENSTOT-VV AND FISBGL'ARD Maurejtanls snd Lusitanis do not stop at Queenstown eaatbouci CRUISES to EGYPT CALtraO AT MATETJtA. OTB?AITAR ALGIERS. VILLErRAWCHB or GENOA, NAPLEF. TRIESTE. FI?ME AEEKARDKIA Write lot Itinerary. ?allin?: hour noon. ^CARONIA . . Feb. 20 fCARMANIA Mar. 2 (IVERNIA - ? Mar. 28 h?Omits Trieste and '-"turns, c?Omits Algtara snd Alexar'r?. A la carte ?erriee ?irtthont extra fh?rae. ?sewpit-veira ?-?rmlttad Spe-Mal through rate? to Egypt, th? Far F.ast. South Africa *ud *-ou?h Ame.ica. Pl?r? Foot W Nth St.. North River. Office?. 24 State St.. Opposite ?sttSIT Amer can Line TS?YV1 Plymouth?Cherbourg?Southampton ?Oceanic F*b to. noon Phtladelphl? ?Feb 24 St. Lou!?.Feb. 17 New York .... Mar 2 tWhl??, Pt?r I.in? ?tea*T-*r. P'?r 59 Red Star Line .'W London?Psria via Dover?Antwerp Vaderland ...Feh. 14 Lapland fnewi. ..Fet 24 Seeland.Feb. 21 Kroouland . Mar 2 Pi?r? S? A to. a, R. Plymouth?Cherbourg?Southampton The Larf-.t and Tlnest ?.learner? In the World ?S, Olympic ?S, feb. ?i ,?,, S Tilantlc }& Wit"? Octanic F?-b 1". MoalOtsmpIc (new)..Feb. 21 'St.Lout?.Feb. 17.0:S0aa ?Philadelphia. ...Feb. M "Airarte an Liu-.- at ?eis er. Pier ?2. New York?Queenatown?Liverpool White Star Line Baltic .. Vtb. 15. mum Baltic Cattc. Teh, 26, noon Celtic .Mar. 14 Mar. 2>i "WS * RIVIERA?ITALY?EGYPT The Atore?. Madeira. Gibraltar. Algiers. Ville fran.-h.'. Genoa. Naples, Alexandria. ADRIATIC CEDRIC . CANOPIC FEB. 21 MAR. 6 MAR. 16 PANAMA CANAL m it h amerka From New T. FKBRl ARV By th. (RII4E ?HITt STAR S. S. LAURENTIC ^5^ Pu-senger Office?. ?) It wm (Tel. 3100 Rector) und Pier <V*. N. It. (West -'3d St.. N. Tf.l. M..II M- h ii h ?????il North T.. l.nn.l.in. Paris. Itremen. Expreaa Pollings Tuesdays 1? A. M Kronprinz *?Yllheli?i February 13. Mar. IX *-* Kalter Wilhelm Mr der tironee, April 2 berman To I on.Ion, Pari?. Bremen. Sere? ?Jautas Tl.utt-'?? ? 10 \ M Geori?e Washington I fat >. I"??' '_'|. Mar 2:j Pi di Fried. Wilhelm.?lar. I, Ap. U *K Luis. .Arm 4 *Hr. larti d:re.-'. To Gibraltar. Algiers. Naples anil fienoa. Sailli;?? te**-**-S, il AM. ?P. ir.-ne..r-Vl . I.? ? ' .Mar 2 'Calls at Madeira east. I Connection? from ?ici Alexandria Lloyd Ka.? |H. Indi \ii?ti:ii..i. Philippine* b peu *' Naples for China, .lapttn, ?mrany's Im *.|ji *t?ern?ra *-|>eci;?l Through Rate?. Inil?-nem|. n? Around the World Tours. S..1S Balumor? Bretnn dir. >n? e ?es ill? ? ateamera Wednesd?ys Cnila? t" Black *-?ra a? I < aueasti?, from \pril .*? ? M,|? !!t_*'00 np. fru?a? ? Pol-ir Regions 'rom Brem?n, lui? || te Vugii?t II?II .3 up. Traveler?' cheeki good all over the world OEIRirns a CO.. Osasial -Agent?. I Broadwa?, >e? \ork. BERMUDA MOM BEU'TIFII. SPOT IN THE WORLD. Ever) oo"ioor recreation Excellent ?sa bath? ing, flabiig. v.oat;n?. unnl?. golf, cyel.ng. Ac. Avoid Seasii-kne?-. hv Travelling on THE MAGNIFICENT. 1A*-T. TWIN.SCREW Tnnutlantlc Liner "OCEANA" the "Ocean $15 UP It.(KM Ton?: MS Tmat Long. Large?. Fast-*?*, -ind F;n?r. Sr.eam?r *.o Ber? muda Carrtea Only Fits' cia?s Pass?ng?r?. No Tattle or Freight < a tried on the "Oceana. FIRST-CLASS ?ROUND TRIF. in- " r'.udin? stateroo-.. berrh * -real? liest mwlne on the Atlantic Electric Fan.? in every roor ft.sm heated when n*ee?sary. Orchestra. Promenade, Diiic??. ?JvpinuSlum. Wirale?? fubmsrin? Po.fety ?ignsle. Staterooms with Brass Bed?. Suite? with Pri* atu Bath? Finest Promenad? Deck m the Wor'd Onl? J-teamer ! andlng l'as?e_gers at Hamilton or Se George's "Oceona's" passenger? obtain b??t <-hoic? of hot?; j.ccijmmoi?ttoiii o-. arrival at Bermuda. TO I/!?*?? Including Shore Excursions. 1 \S V/ r\^_? Hotels, Ac., at Lo?ve?t Rate?. B?"autifu' Booki-t, Itinerary, Ti-kst?. etc. of Bermuda Atlantic Line. .'90 B way. N. T. HOLLAND AMERICA UNE Far s?London?Rotterdam. T?. ir screw Sail.nga Tue* lu A.M. ?Potsdam . Feb. 13 + N?w Am?C?raaui. F'b. 27 ?Xoordajn . March 5 ?Rvniiw March 13 ?VIA BOCLOGNE s M. PLYMOUTH * BOULOGNE. iltTlce. 3? B ? av. S* T. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. ?86 Broad?*fOT at Franklin St. 115*1 Broadway at ?'th at. 1 Broadway at Bo?vllag Green. STORAGE NOTICES. Julius Kindermann & Sons Storage Warehouses. IJSf Iff* BROOK AVE.. NEAR UOTB fTC.. and MI-M? ?ALES AVE-, COR. 130TH ST. New York. Febr.-<_r- 1st 1912. I !" P-oduot Milling Co.. S Duh?nh?lm?r: Ton an? aeacli ot you are tieroby notified that. the tint? fpc th? paymen? of our lt?n upon th? proper'v hereinafter described having ?gp*r?Hl, 'hereof hau Ueeji given -ou, v? will cause *u:h property, to wit. Houaehold Effects and Merchandise. ?tore?1 In th? T.i!iua Klndern-.ann A Son? Stor? age tVirohouses. at S8S-J87 Waloa Avenue. New \..rK C - or In your name (or in ?ihlch vou mi.?' lie?'* an lntere?*->. to be ?old at public auctioi., according to the ?tatutu in ?UCB caae made and provided, at the war?, housea. N"?. 5*i> ?nd 117 Wale? avenu", corner 1,vit h street, f?at? \ork City, on Friday, Febru? ar? lfl'h. lfU". at in a. m , and tf th? ?ala thereof It not completed on ?aid date, tli? s.?r.i ?rill be rontlnuod ?i the eame place on ?.??or- dav rherejft?r. h??1nn1n<- at 10 a. atu, an?t .-.'Utiniillia- until all th? good? SI* ?old JT'LIUS KINT'KTtMANN A- **nxf STORAGE WAREHOUSES. PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE the Antique Furniture Exchange IS-13 W. **th St., n*r Broadway. De?lres tt? natron? to be Informed , .ui.l *??' th'ir trlpnd-. of the i?eml-' Annuil Special Reduction Sale at , the :itiru atoek. that th.-y may a?-- | bargain? an.l >l?-rl~e th? benetlt. ? Everxihlna- marked In plain figure?. I ...... and rare iir'..-is. Now I? ! thf> Unie und this the piare to buv. SUMMONS._ THE -"I'PI'.EMi: d??RT. CO NEW YOLK H Meradtth ArnniJ. Plaintiff, agiilnst im W. Penflel-?. an.1 E Jeian Nelson Pen fleld, tus w|??. Mina A. I^ing.lon ; Masdalena Li^b Individually and as Bxecutrti of th* last Will and Tos'amen' of rhar!--? A I.I*, deceased. Charles <.'. LUb: Edith M. L, Hartshorn; lene nienr House D?pannent of the Cltv at New York; Richard M Bhoplanee: wtniam C. Arnold as A'lnilnlati-at' t 0 'he Goods, Chattels and Cr?i1lts ot August.? *. .Icfferl?. .leceased, Defend ante Summons Th<- trUI of this action desired ! it. the Count? of Stm Tork To the above nanr-d ? defendant? and each of Hieui: Tou are hereby ' gutnm'.tie.l to unsw- ? ti-.-' complaint In this action. ' and tu ser--- i I row answer on th? ; Plaintiff's Attorney ?rtthta twent\ day? aft?r the. sen Ico of th!? ?umtnon?. ?xclualve of the day of ?ervu-?, and m ca?'- el r our fallare to appaar. or answer, judamen? ?ill be taken against you by default fc-r th?- reklet <letnan.le?t In ?he '-?mpialnt. d New York November 14th. It'll WILLIAM C ARNOLD. Plaintiff* Attontor, OfT.-*e ?nd P. O. A?MrM?. 120 Ur..ad.v?y, Borough Of Manhattan. N?** Tork Clt>. To th? above named de'endant Mina A. Langdon: i Tue foregoing ?unim'-ns is served upon you by pubilcatl?>n. pursuant to an ordar ef th? Honor-' able John Ford, a Justice of the Supr?me Court Of the State ef New York, dated the 27th day of ? -Oecemher. 1K11. ami tiled with a copy of th? complaint herein In the office of the ct?rk of th? . Countv ot New York, at th.: County Court House, in the Borough of Manhattan. City, County and ; ctate of New **ork. th? original ?ummen? and I ?u'y verlf?~* comr-laln* having b*en fli?^ |n ?aid Clerk'? ofS?"e ?m th? Hth day Cf November, 1911. I Ds?ed D??-ernber 2Tib. 1011 *? WILLIAM ?, ARNOLD. Attornoy for Plaintiff. Offf-e and I'o?t 0"fl?*e address. No. 120 Broad way Borough of Maajtattaa ?i'.v ?-' n?w Tori _PiaiMOS AND ORGANS, 3HERIFI - PIANO SALE Feb 9, at 12 o-.-1o.-k, at Lorias. U>) __,,? j-,tn St-5 NKW Hlt?h ?Irade Tprlghts, .ttvuble veneered, embossed ?*a?'-. 1*?*-' Irey?, Imported fslt hammer? Pig Bargain. OVER 400 SHIPS 1,210,000 TONS LAR?.EST STEAMSHIP COM? PANY IN THE WORLD. Atlantic Service to LONDON- P*.R!S -rUMBLRG 'Graf Ualderaee Feb 10, 2 P. *l PRE??. ??.RANT Feb ??, li I v. ?PENNSYLVANIA./et, ?p. s P M. AMERIKA.March 7. 10 A M ?Hamburg direct. 2nd cabtu only. MEDITERRANEAN GIB KALI AR, AL6ILKS, SAPLIS, G?\OK S. S. HAMBURG (kjgft mm FEB. 20 (?__) ITALY *? EGYPT SP. ( I At Ksiaerio Auguste Victor,? TRIP Sailing Fab. 14. 1912 C'jriT SUS and up SIM and up. WEST INDIES CRUSES Bv the Twin-Screw Steamer? M0LTKE, FEB. 24, 9 l M, ta DAYS ?IAO and up. Mili. te. IS Doy?. S*>6 and <?p. VICTORIA LUISE <Va ?Tona March 1, 11 A. IL te DAIS I SI71 and up TWO IDEAL Cr.T'TSES AROUND THE WORLD Not. 13. 1SW I Teh. St. VHP From New Torlc ' Prom San F fine a ? VICTORIA LUISE -ffig DCRATION EACH CRUISE ' CO?T IK DAYS tun ni? including all necessary expense? aboard and ashore. Write for booklet of any cruise HAMBUfiG-AMERIGAN LINE 41.45 BROADWAY, N T. Phone 1900 R?ieror. ?Copyright Ifll RED "0" LINE Pier 11. Wall SI Fe-tv. Brooklyn, at Noon. U Juan. P R I.? Otearrs, Pro ? ? Curasao and Mar?, "albo . U Curacao. PHILADELPHIA, leb il CARACAS F?* ? ! oi If.?rag?es P K . La Guayra and Maracatbo. ZCLIA. - Feb 21 MARAi-AlBO Me A Superior Accommodation? for Passen.- tl BUM. D.VI.LETT ft CO.. General Manager?. t? XX all *-? BOSTON AND POINTS IN NEW ENGLAND FALL RIVER LINE Via Newport ar! Fa?' River L\ Pie^ -0. H~. R tt. Warr?n St week div? | . 5.00 P M St'3 PURITAN and PROVIDENCE. Oixaastrs en each. NEW LONDON (Norwich) LINE v,? New London L?\ Pier ?ON R . ft ?narkaen fit . o-oe* davs 3.00 P. M . Pier TO E R ft E 09JA. ??O P M Str*. MAINE and NEW KAJiPSH.RB NEW HAVEN LINE -_-/. pi?- M e e . I]<5 p M. week deys only. Str. CHE3TBR W CHAP?N. Ticket?. Ac. ?t IT! Br-idwsy, T:?tu?.?r. ! Tourist Offlc?? and Pl?rs ?JOY LINE ?B0AT.RAUJ P-ovldenc? Ulroct. ?i oO I Worcester. .'.40 Dally. Including Sunday. 6.SO I** U. From Pier 10. E. R New Management. Improved ?Aerrtca City T)ck?t Off.-e. 290 Broadway. N. T. EXCURSIONS. Lincoln's Birthday Trips Including Tickets ?nd Hotels Atlantic City ?-8 Days).S10 OO up Washington (3 X3tvt\ . 1-CO up Old Point Comfort an?l t'ethlnston 4 Day*).. . 21.l? up L ?Uewood ?"3 Ta"*). 9.?.1 up Ir-'.?'pendent Travel Tickets. wt?h or v.'.t out Hotel?. ? ? A;' R??ort?. TH08. COOK & SON Hf, Broadway. 2S4 and .',53 Fifth A?'? . 23S0 Broad?a;, Ham York. OF EES Am*te1Tvr<eet\ Indi vidual , /tesuiremerta ? lUyausnd IV Wh>teomb CiijJaS Fifth Avj* j ?TI IP?'SD??' ?*'?on??i:,D tickets for ail Tin?*? LwIxUrCi Choicest beni.s Loof retes International Slecpton ? ,>r ? o.. .'Si ?'il' We ~?N b~ R U CTI O?T_ For Both s?ie???;i?.y. SPANISH ErJ?S.S.#_& Taught bv Native Oraduiied Tearli-?r?. TDK ITALIAN -( HOUL HF IANCIACFS. _31- *TH AVE.. CORNER S2D HT._ - ill "BKRI.?T7 -?CMO?i. OF LAMUL'AOEft. MADISON ?SQUARE (112;. BROADWAY). Harlan Bmiia-h. 343 Le?o* Ave., near l'Tth 8?. Bro-okl?)? Branch 81S-220 Llvlnfst. SCHOOL AGENCES. American ft Porelsn Tea? hrr?' Agency pile? Professor?. T-acher?, Tutors, ?.loverne?..-?.. etc . to ?'ollejes. (scha.i.U ?nid Famille?. Apply i Mrs M l Yoiii)K-I*u!t?vr 23 I'nlon ?-?tuar? dTaMONIOS AND ^ATCHE?*7^_ D I A M O N US Can be returned with n one ran-. CIURL.S A. KLINE, | S3 Broadway, NewYsrk _PRonos^Ltr^ _ _ HEALED BIDS WILL BE RTCatlVsK? BY the Hoard ot Water ?supply, at it? office? sevealh boot i?).*? flrss4way Now To-v until 11 a m. '?u Tuesday, 'vo-uury js) Contract T2. for rloarlr.s' and cruMilus r i Asli'-knn Ke?er?olr. In the town? ot Olive. Marbletown, Hurle>. Wcxxlstoclt and Klng? toii. rioter ?''ounty. N Y At ?h- Sboi ' place arJ ?flme tl.e hid? w: I i?e psMlcly penod and read. Pamphlete con ?sint'in infornmiion for biddir? aod contra?-? d?a virss cati he obtained <?? the, aho"? ad dref.? b? ?1-]jo?ltlns tl?<? ?um of ten J ? (|10) for each painphl-?. For funhc par? ticulars *ee Information fa.- Bl ?H/iR'.E? sTRAf-p. President, CHARLES N CHADWICK. ?TOHN P. OA1.VIN Coi ir-?t?sloners of the Hoerd Of Water r-'JBSlv. JOSEPH P. VQRRIS.SEV i?>cretary._ office" ?^mmis?ionerp nisTRif-T ?5p Columbia, Febmary .*>. 1S12?Sealed prvpo sals will be t*o>1\ ed mi this ofllc? until - o'clock P M . February 13, i9)^' for construe? in?; Manual Tratnln?. School Building No '.;.' to be erected on Lot? S| to 3S. inclusive. Square No. 6t?J. O Street, between North Cspl toi and First Street? N. W, Waeh'.nston D. C. Forma of proposal?, specification? end 1 rv Information m%y be obtained froi?? the chief Cl^rk. Enclneer Department. Room 4*T. Dlatr'it Bulldinr. Wa?h!ns?on V ? f*t"NO II. RCD?")t.PH. JOHN A. JOHNSTO*! WD.LT'M ?? .IfDi?'>\. ?.??m?Tii?<ia?nei>?. |>. (-? _LA wye wa._ _ JAME? A. ORAT. c6CNS_T.LOR AT LAW. Poom?. 11." Broadway. Cit?.