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Government Admits Defectt in
Patten Indictment.
**CORNER" IS AN OBSTACLE
Failure to Charge Withholding
from Sale May Defeat the
Prosecution.
., ....,? n.t t*.?AtfJ".***l*>*** nr **
J^tT^rnTatotJamoaPatUn
ttrtt ??? ranh B H;lvnP nn<l
>:"* p Brown on chargee ol cenaptr
**.*?*-' . ? corner ln eottaa la
. so* York Cotton Eachanae. la
S__T?f IM Sherman eatl-twat law.
nte"state, . WWtO' <???_?'
SS^thafoveramant Theo^o.,
f aecond argument over the Indlct
", tie court not belng wWIm to de*
STteat .Prtaa the comctaaai af the
oZtZ ? y,.rkf..loralrour,ln
luaahlng wveral rltal COUBtB ln the to
'STaiw BoMdter Oeneral had baraly
.,?ted to tha co-irt that the Queatloa In
Ihe case waa the decislon of tl.e low.-r
court lhal the Sherman antt-troat law
dld net prohlbit the ??runidng of a cor
!_.? before CWaf JUBtlOB White BUg
, .ied that he v.nuld he plcaaed to have
Ihe government at some time dt-tlne just
What it meant bj ?? tOTBer.*"
Mr Buttltt re- lled It waa a comblnatlon
among iaalera ln b eomaoadlty or outside
obMbbaetb for the purpoae of buylng Jp
the greater pOTtlon of the comino.ltly and
holdlng lt bock from sale until the de?
mand ao far outran the limited supply aa
? adrance the prlce abnormally.
"No-* I waat >ou to fhow how the tn
tfemen't Btl that def.nltlon. * said the
Chjaf Juatlce.
That led the Sollcltor General to an
-?unce thnt he abandonert the third COtaTrt
oj the ladlctaient, because tha lower
court fcund thora "-? no charge in lt
that the defendanta were to hold back the
cotton from aale, and consenuently no
??corner" charged.
"Oetttr.g rlght rl"-n to braaa \acks.
deelared Mr BuMtt, "I frank'.y admlt
that the other count. thr seventh, has
onedafert There ia no exprc*-a statement
m lt that th? comblnatlon was created to
wlthhold from the market the cotton
beuglit"
Juatlce Van Pevanter suagested that
the tnan who drafted the rodtottnent riid
not have that la mlnd. perhaps. for Imma*
dlately after the word "oorner" he had
deflned the term without including a
charge of withholding from sale.
Flnally Mr. BullHt admltted that if
nelther of theaa argamoata was acecpta
Me the K"vi rr.ment had no case.
Ia Benatnr John C. ?pooner wl'.l he
heard to-tr.'.rrow- for the d.fenc*.
e
FIX RATE DIFFERENTIALS
Oommerce Commission Revises
Decision on Export Freights.
Waahlnptor.. Oet '23 -The Interstate
Commeri e Coaunlsatoa laeaiad Bupploman
tal flndinga to-day In what is known as
tlal eaae," affpctlna; th*1 all*
Ul rrelfhi mlaa on aii
Bafbt I ' N'w Tork. Ualtimore and
FhOadelphla intemted for export.
?nmlsaloii explalns that it had no
Intentinn to change ttie riifTerentialB on
flour or oa Iron and t-teel articles for ex?
port In the Fupplemental oplnlon. tho
commission ao amendi Ita prevlous flnd
lngi aa to prescrlbe detlnlt-ly that the
dlfferentia!s to Baltlmore and Philadel?
phia und* r the N>w Vork rat. s shall not
be great. r than they now ..
t>-<??
MAYOR BIDS WATSON SUE
Again Writes About "Post's"
Eleetion Notice Edition.
The Mayor has sent th? followinr. letter
to (Jorroratlon Couneel Wataon:
? er :.'. 11*12
611 lt haa been called to my att< ntion
that "Tl Evenlni J'oat" publiah?-d a
?*r tn my letter to you
it is said that thej dld nel Djil
out a Bunda) 4-dition on October S*. i?.o,
in orde; ' '?'? ? '"tfces. 1
im (aBloamg to you a copy of "The Even*
Ing Post ' ivlth ihe headuig 'The Even
lupoit, Sunday, Oc-iober bth. 19'0.'' con
talnir.g th*- said eiectlon notlces. So that
lt t| hv. indeniabl*- fact that they
"vrixnti" su"h an edltlon That they
dld nr.t "publlah" it !s what I stated It
never wenl outalde of th.*ir own offlce.
I alao sv.d you a simllar pretendod *dl
tkrn of "The I'cst" dated Sun-lay, Octo?
ber '?* mo That edltlon wai- also
"pHnted," hut what I aald of it waa
that it waa not "publlshed, ' namely. II
**u not dellvered to the newadeal-rs. it
rw not cli^ulated. ln fact, it did not
leave th- offlce of "The Bvenlng I'ost. '
?rJrta a very few 4*c>pl^s wera s?-nr out :n
order to make n pr^t'-nee of publlcatlon
ir, arder tr, collect ot the city the 117.cl
for 1*4- : of eleetlon notl< aa l
oo not wlah lo say anytl.ing annavlng to
?r.y bi |t ts mv dey to rull your
ittention to 1 fi aaa dlrect you to
bting a ault to rollrct har-k the money.
A rtemanr' r.n* heen mad" on me by a tnx
Pay?r tha' I do th.ls, ar.d lt ls my dls
ifreeable duty to do lt Very trulv yours,
W. J OATNOR, Mayor.
o
WALDO HITS SEVEN HEADS
E-rtortion Charges AgainBt Two De
tectives Lead to Suspensions.
Koilowjr,; -on the arrest ot DetoetlTOB
Jamea Doyle and Robert Selehke on
eharg-.? of extortlon, Commissioner \V.. .lo
?uipended 'he two men from duty yes?
terday. Th? '?omplalnant agalnst Doyle
?? Vlctor Filmor., who on Tuesrlay iilght
"?nt tn the Commlssloner's offlce and
Pleked Doyle out from a llne of a large
?""?rofeerof mea.
In 'lne wlth the suapenslon of fhe two
m**>. Comrnlaeioner Waldo ralleted from
?Wy ln the dlatrlct Actlng ("aptalri Mar
tl" J. McCauley. head of the deteetlve
dlatrlct whlch takes In the Stagg street
a?tl*ir., Brooklyn, to whlch both Doyle
****1 Heleake were attached.
1^1 four other detectlvea who were at
'"""Wl to tl,'* Rfagg atreet station have
***** ord.r.ri to don unlforms and raaama
r?rBlar patrol duty.
DBTECTIVES UNDER OLOUD
?^Hiitrate Will R-sfer Exciso Case
to Mr. Waldo.
Aiter rliarharglr.g Charles Dudwlg. a
***t*r, arralgned ln the We.-t ?no police
f0l*t on a charge of vlolatlng Uie exdae
****, yeaterday, Maglstrate llerrman aald
** Weuld call the attentlon of Poll.-e
teatonlieioner Waldo to tlu- evidence
"rtwed In the eaae hy Central Offlce De
J*rtlvea Euaane II. Pulc h. and XV. J.
"?ntth
? *ko teatlmnny glven by the two de
*^th*?a dld not anuare wlih the affl
*e~*ko they made when awearlng out the
"??Wtant for Lud-aige arreat.
ii_** <-?'*','1vea aald In thelr affldavfta
**-?? they pgid for beer wlth wl.l.h they
***? aanrf,<|. in thelr teatln.ony tlmy
fllled thla by aaylng that they left
iaaL-l*** 0n a Uble a,l<' w*lked out
?"l-Ott* eeetng the waiter take tha coln
RESIIME HARVESIER CASEi
Government Counsel Fail to Get
Light on Organization.
TWO BANKERS TESTIFY
Neither William Hamilton nor
W. C. Lane Able to Recall
Important Details.
Wltneaaea calted l>y the gnvernment's
lecal repn-sentatlves ln the third he.irlng
af tbe government sult yesterday to dls
solve the so-called Harvest.-r trust failed
tO nssi.M much |n the effort to show that
the organlzers of the Internntlotial Har
veater Compnny, George \V. Perklns,
| Charlea Deering and Cyrtia H. .McCor?
mlck, were Inslncere in their accounts of
tha detatla of organlsatloa.
IiiHliillty to remember Important facts
aa t" Ihe early traBBBCtlOBa of th*' com?
pany nn the part of its laeerperatofa
waa the chlef atambUni block of Bdwla
P, Oroavenor, Speclal Aaslatanl Attorne)
? ni, who representcd the governmont
before Robert S. Taylor, Bpecial examiner.
Willlam Hamilton, son-ln-law of J.
Plerpont Morgan, und member ef the flrm
of J. P. Morgan & Co., and Wllllam C.
Lane, vlce-prealdent of the C.uaranty
Truat Company, were two of thc Im?
portant witnesses called.
I~,ne. who was the flrst witness. testl*
Bi il that he was a bankor and had nevr-r
engaged In tha maaufaetare of harreetln|
machinery, but that In IM be haU en
tered into a Oontract tn purchase Beveral
haraeeter cornpanies. These h?- tcsiitlrd
be did not buy for hla own use, but to
tran.afer to a corporatlon. He declared
that he could not remember hls reas.m
for pa: tieipating In tbe purchase of the
propcrtka, but said he bad done so on
thi Mvlce of counael, ?mtic n)ember of
the flnn of Guthrle, iravath _ Hender
aon.
The Aaalatanl Attorney Oeneral then In?
troduced an agreement dated August 13,
i!*)2. Between i?tne and J. i*. Morgan .*
Co. pertaining to thr purchase of the con
I'ein.a by the banklng Ilrm. This BgroO'
ment the ultness admltted. Efforta were
made to have the witness a< lumwledge
that hc had acted as a "dunimy" ln the
transactlon, but be asserted he bad _ en
BB agent without inltiatlve powera.
A l.'Iter dated August 14, 1812, from Mr.
Lane t4> .1. P. Morgan & Co. lndoslng a
check for over $3,000,000 as payment for
mon, y advanced by tbe company to Lane
was produceA The witness could not re
memher what money thls check repre
aented or where the money had bonu
from.
On caillns: Mr. Hamilton, efforts were
made by Mr. Grosvenor to show connec*
tlon between the Morgan company, the
purchase of the harrestsr companies and
rranafer of the stock to tbe new corpora
tion. A memorandum was produced hy
Mr Hamilton showlng that 185,800 sharrs
of stoik in tbe Internatlonal Marvester
Company, worth on August 14, V*fC, $13,
SOO.ftJO, had heen paid to William C Lane.
It ls hoped by the proser-utlon that lt
can prove the Btork ?as transferred to
the Morgan compnny. Mr. Hamilton de?
clared tbat be had no personal hand In
the organization of the internatlonal Har
VVSter Compaay, but that George W. I'er
kti.s, a member Of the flrm. bad heen Its
agent
Tl.e taklng of testlmony wlll be contin
i.-.l to-day, When thr Asslstant Attorney
- ,1 wlll attempt to learn further de?
tails of the lnternatloual Harvester Com*
pany's formatlon.
MUST PR0SECUTE SH0URDS
State Can't Drop Case, Though
$1,030,000 Was Returned.
Philadelphia. Oct. H? Reporta <? irrent
for more than a y.-ar tl at the t'nion
Trust I'ompariy hail bi-> ri rohb.-d of $],
008,800 in securltles and $,l4Vmo ln cash hy
an employa wote confirmed to-day wh*n
tjoveraor Tener at Harrlsbari deetded
t: at, ao far aa the stat< is eonoarsed,
Walter H. flhourds, who ll accus.-d of ap
proj.iiatlng the money and BSCurttles,
ited, notwitl ataadlni that
r4-stituti4^n has heen made t<> tlw- trust
: my, which Is ik.w kBOWB as the
Merchants" l'nion Trust i'ompany.
The (l.cision 4,f the Gov.-rrmr was made
after he '"iad COBferred wlth tl.e Attor?
ney General. John C Ball; the Dletrlct
Atlomey, Bamuel P Hotan, of Philadel?
phia; Willlam H. Bmlth, Htate Hanklng
I'ommii-slon.r, Ciarenc,. I>. Harper, of the
trjst company; QeorgB Burnham. Jr.. and
Edwln oi tteada, an attorney.
The seeurltles, lt ls aald. were taken
from a saf- Aepdtfl box r?nted by Mr.
Burnham. Fhourds ia a fugltlve from Jus
tl" , but 11 is sald that ln view of restU
tntion having been made the trust com?
pany wcii-i nol preaa the proaecution. A
atate law. hoarever, .lemanda that the
Bommoawealth preeeeuto all such raees,
ajld M it" eapeeted thal tbe District At?
torney, if Hhnurds Is found, wlll brlng
hlm to trial, B8 be hns already been ln
dicl.d.
.Sh..urds. who was superlntendent of
depoell raalta Of Ibe trust company. left
the entry n4,t long before the crlme
was dleeo-ered. it is raperted tbat ha
opened rommunlcatlon for the r.-tnrn of
th- m eurltlee and the money through
"personals" li.serted ln New York, Phlla
_elphle aud Parls newspap.rs.
STRIKERS JMAKE_DEMANDS
More Pay and Shorter Hours?
No Disorder at Little Falls.
Little Kalle. N. Y? Oct. ai?There wa?
no disorder In the atrike at the knltting
mllls of the clty to-day. The strikers
say they have galned many recruits and
that more mllls were affected. The
skilled labor ln the mllls has refused to
joln ln UM strike
Thls afternoon Industrlal Workers of
tn<, world organizers formed an organl
zntton of the strikers and appolnted rom
toMggg to ?'arry on the strike. Just bs*
tere the mllls closed for the day the
commlttoa rlled demands wlth tbe man
aKers The slrlkers Inalat on the same
pav for rlfty-four hours B week as they
recelved for slxty hour* a week and ar,
lr?,(,,Heof 10 per cent for the day hand.
and ir, per cent fo. the night hamls.
Th8 strikers held two meetlngs In
,, 1, ,k> ,,ia<-e the Hchenectady
dress U.e atrikers. There e/as no poli.e
Interrerenoe to-day
COLLEGE MAN A SUICIDE ?
Richard Whittle Decilnes to Act at
Wedding and Kills Hinwelf.
ChleagO, Oct B, -Rlchard Whittle, a
graduate of Cornell rnlveralty. comml'
ted suiclde ln 'a loomlng house to-?1ay,
l.-uving a half finished letter to a trle^nti.
,l.c!i:.in8 l" aai as beat man at his wed
Wbittl.- was employed as a salesman
f,,i ..n auto.no! 11.? concern. He was thlrty
,?? year* Old, and ls believed 10 hav
lived in Saylesvllle, R. I. He ls aald to
have had a brother ln Coo_eratown, N. X.
CONTRQLLER'SNEEDSGROW
Expense of Running Financial
Department Increases $69,210.
I'ontroller Prendergaat ask8 for $1,191,200
to run the Flnanee Department ln 1313, as
compared with $1,4*1.990 In 1912, a net ln?
crease of $f>:i,210. The amount asked for ls.
however, $1<,340 |?ea than the amount ap
proprlated for 1910, the flrat year of the
present adminlstratlon. the budget heint;
prepared before i'ontroller Prendergast
took offlce.
Among the ltema of lncrease ln the 1913
budget as prerented to the special roni
mittee of the Board of Eatlmate ar*
$23,000 for the employment of addltlons!
Bccountanta, etc, to complete an exam?
lnatlon of the nrreara of taxes, aesess
menta and water rates and other ,-iccor.int
Ing Inclrlental to the preparatlon of a
new balance eheet; $23,000 for addltlonal
tr-mporary employes. lncldental to puttlng
ln operatlon the neW plan for thi s.*ml
anmial collertion of taxes; $10,-XiO for ad
dltlonal Bmplojroa in the audlttng bureau
for new aicountlng and Inspenion work.
and $15,000 for the salarles of the tax sale
force.
The Cnntroller has BUbmJUed to the
budget committee an estlmate of tha
amount necessary to he Included In the
budget for IfU to provld.- for tlu pay?
ment of Interest on and redemption 1 f
th* . ity debt. The total ls $.'.4.977,3x1, as
compared wlth |U.1tUfl in th'- pr.-s.-nt
year'a budget, an lncrease at $3.2fi2,v.3, <>r
6.3 per cent. Of fhe totnl estlmnt.- for
1913, m.?M*M ls for Interest. Tt.WM Is
for ledemptloti of maturing lssues pro
vlded fnr Other than by the slnklng fund.
and $S.72,r..;,97 Is for amortlzatlon instal
ments to he paid Into the slnking fund of
the city for the n-demptlon of debt at the
rimturltv of th* bonda
Tha t'ontroller has also submltte.l ui
f-stlmnte of the amounts to be Included In
the new hudsret to rover payments to bc
made to charltable and ehemosynary ln*
I Btltatlona There aie 17.'. such Instltu?
tlons, lo whlch the total e*tlmat*d pav
menta wlll be $5,279,93f>. as agalnst 170
such Instltutlons and payments of $4,976,
Bb ln 1912. Theae instltutlons an- paid
for carlng for the wards of the clt>.
FIVE DEAD IN EXPL0SI0N
Killed Fighting Fire in an On
tario Powder Factory.
North Bay. Ontari", Oei 23 - Five men
were lnstantly killed, n woman fatallj* ln?
jured and three oth.r.*. persons aetiooely
hurt to-day when a magaxin* rontalnlng
B hundred tons of powder S-Ptoded dur?
ing a fire In the eneruite faetOTT. at
Halleybury. The bulllln-f waa blown to
(de. r s. BBd 'hr- prop.-rty loss a?ounted 10
thoosanda of doiiars Bconi of girl em?
ployes were warned In time to eacape, al?
though many of them were alightly hurt
by debrls.
The fire started ln th* arlndlng depart?
ment al th*- powder room Thr m*n who
were killed raaialaed ln the hiirnlnic hulld?
lng to fl*rht the flames nft.*r they had
warned oth*r aaeployaa te have Th*
jrfiwder being manufartured there wae aup
poaed to raqalie Blnmltaneoafl fire and de
tcnatlon lo cauae explnslon It la sup
j.-iael the \|rtlm* to-dav r*called thls. and
the fact that a flr* at the plant last sum?
mer rauaed no exploalon They w*re at
tachlng a hoae when the . xplosion oo
curred.
0 ?
YONKERS CAR MEN DEFIED
Whitridge Refuses Demands
Made by Employes.
The demands of ihe eandaetora, moter
men and other employea of the We?t<-h*s
ter Electric Railroad c?mpany at.d tha
Yonkera Railroad Company, suhsldlarlea
of the Thlrd Avenue Rallfoad ''ompany.
whlch were referred to Frederlck W.
Whltrldge. president of all three rall
roads. wera refused when a eommlttee
of the men called on Mr Whltrldge y-e
terduy.
Mr. W'lltr l*1cr** sa. I fhe deir.nnd-.. on*
of whi h was for recoK?ttlon of the ual?
wi r?- rafliaed as a Whole for good reaaons.
Me was asked If the two rajlroada were
prepared for a atrlk*
"I hope and belleve they are prepared
for all eontlngen !<s," h* said.
Mugh Fruyne, K*ru-r?il organtzer of the.
AmetiOan Pedoratlon of Labor, aald laat
nljrht that tlu- men on the WobU heater
Eleotrk Railroad and th.* fonkera RaM*
roud llnea were well organlzed and ln a
poaitlon to wln should the controveray go
further.
Willlam B. Fltr.geral'1, the natlonal or
ganlBQf of th?- trolleymen'e unlon. stat*d
it Vmikera laat nlght that unleas Mr.
Whitridge changed his mlnd theie .-r
taitily would bo a strlke by the 426 con
ductoTS and motormen on the HttBfl af?
fected.
The local unlons of both companlea
\ote<l several daya ago ln favor of a
strlke la eaea of Mr. Whltrldgafa refusai.
and delesated cotmnltteee of taen local
to arrange for tlu* Calltflg of the strlke
al any dala they Baw m. Th.- trelley
men ln Yonkers met last night. and thooa
f tba Westchester Klertrlc Company wlll
meet to-morrow. Pltaajerald said thal tha
committeea would not call B atrlke until
they had reported at these meetlngs and
aeoertained the sentiment.
Mr Fitzgerald aald he would be wllllriK
to have Bath 1-ow act as sol* arbltratnr.
Mr. WhltrMre told the* grlevanee deb-aa
tlon that he would not "arbltrat* wlth
his aervants.'* l-'ltrgerald stated.
? 1
ASYLUM INMATE AT LARGE
Miss Agnes Olowes Again Es
capes from Bloomingdale.
Mlsa Agnea Clowea, forty-flve yeara old.
es'apod from Bloomingdale Aaylum Tuea
day nlght for the aecond time wlthln flve
montha and ls stlll at large. Rh- la the
daughter of Frederlck l_ f'loaea, of Gar
dfi, city. Ixmg Island, and was eommitt.-d
to the Inatltutlon about flve years ago on
account of homlcldal manla.
It Is belleved sho reaehed the atreet
through crawllng through a small hall
window She waa not mlssed until the
morning, and the aaylum offlclata In
formed Sheriff Doyb- aft.r r-xhnustlng
thelr reaourcea in looklng for her.
Mlss (lowee was found In a vaeant
house about half a mlb* frorn the asylum
thr.e daya after hpr flrst *a.*ape on May
31. and was taken baek none the worse
for her experlence, nor had any harm
been done ly her. though great feara
were entertalned generally wh*n It waa
learned that ahe waa at large
Garden dlv. Ix.ng Island. Oct. 23 ?
Frederlck L. Clowea aald to-nlght that he
had been lnformed by the Bloomingdale
Aaylum authorltles of the escape of hla
laaShtBT, but ho said he had nelther aeen
her or heard from her. He added that he
belleved ahe had merely wandered away
an.1 would return to the lnstltutlon in a
day or ao of her own free wlll.
1_ . $
THE EA8IE8T WAY.
The Tribune'a Room and Board
Regiater containa a liat of tha better
rooma. Conault it.?Advt.
Commissioners of Accounts Re?
port 100 in the City.
MAYOR STARTS THE FIGHT
Oases Will Be Turned Over to
. the District Attorney for
Prosecution.
Jeremiah T. Mahoney and Harry H
Rlce, CtimmlssioniTH of A,counts, Btib
mltted a report to Mayor Gaynor yester?
day wlth regard to a complalnt made to
them hy Mayor Gaynor hlmself on Pen
tember 24, alleging that two auctlon
rooms on Broadway wero eondurtlng
fraudul, nt auction sales and that many
persons hnd been vlctlnuzed ln these
ptaeea. Aeeofdlag to the Mayor, these
places "are a rllsgrac.. to the clty."
The InveBtlg.-ition hy the commissioners
shows that there ar.. ahout or.r- hundred
plaeea In tha .ity in which such practicea
are openl* conducted The laiK-ot of
theae shops are on Broadway, near 27th
stre.-t; Hroadway. near Mth street, and
at Mi str.et. on Slxth avenue. The com?
missioners recomm.-nd that thelr STtdeno*
ln 4onnectlon wlth such placeB be turned
over to the I>istrict Attorney.
"Tt hns dev.-loped ln the course of tbe
inqulry that there an- many of theso
pla..s ln the 4 ity," the conunissinneis
report. "and that tbo .-tnetloneers have a
roeabularj of their own, whlch ls pe
rulinr to the mock auction system. Thus,
th-- au, tioneer tertns hls ronfederateh
'achllllber,' a singi.- eonfederdta or <eap
per' ls c.ille.l a 'srhill.' a prosp.ctlv .?
l.i.yer ls eaUad n 'ruinmy' and a bidder
who ls not ln the .-mploy .,f tho auc
tioneer Is called a 'su-k-r ' These fBCtl
we Were able to determlne during th*
course of th,- examlnatlon. t'n.* of theae
plaeea bad elght t*e?federatee, or vehllla.'
[-.-ichtdlng wliai ls known as a looke-l
nd one woman."
The eommlaelonera reporl that the
method of opsratlon employsd la for lha
eoafederatea to hang ahout the entrance,
and wh.-n n pnsserb> stops he la edg?.l
Into tiie Bhop. and the auctloneer Imme
dlately starts to put np nn artlela fc
aale. The Hddiag is start.d by a aeeret
cede, an.i if ih- attctloneer nets a bld of
II from -i "schill" and wants aii"th.-r Md
he almply aaya "litaa two,M wh.-n anoth-r
eonfedeiate hoosts the artide nnoth i
dollar.
Wh.-n artteies do not fetrh the prll >?
tha a ..ti"iirer hellev.-s he sh4>ul'l
yet the] ar.- knocked iown to one of tha
eonfederatea, who n4v.-r tak- them from
the Btoie. hit wal^P to the rear and ..p
l.areiitly jrlv, thelr BBBiea to the . ai h'.-r
The ibw rsqulrse a boak t" ha kept Ly
auctloneers. ln whlch sales are recorded
when the pers4.n do.-s not remove tiie
article immedlatsly. No ?neb eal<
is kept bv tbeaa men, aeeordlBi to the
i ommlaei .nere.
After going into details concerning th?
thre<- plaeea vistted hv tbeaa, tba coromls*
?h;ii, is' r< p..i : >a- s
??We Were ennMed to get the rnrfct
,-?l arl.lress-e ..f a;l 4,f the COnted
, ;,,!. a . whroI in tl I "?" k ai * '
r.esB. t4.reth.-r wlth the proprtetol
all r,f these wele . y. h intne.l ItndSl
uid wer.- . oflaperlled ie - Imll I
ter aad metheda ol th.. buslness th. y
wen- engaged ln."
lt ls i i tl 't tha aui l ?
tbere are eaaally three ln each place
. hango plaeea ob ths aurtton
hom, bul t> 't ' : I ,,:''
name appaara on the BUcUoneer*a Rag
ottUtde tbe abop ll la eatremelj .httic.t
to g.-t avMence agahiM eu.h plaeea, tba
eommlaelonera reporl beceti
who hav- aeen defrauded In thla
?lo not like the fn ts to become publl
- e
GIBSON PLEADS NOT GUILTY.
OoBben. N 1 . Oel U Burton W Q -
??.. .,.. ,. -.1 nol kullty to-day whep ar?
I .,i ob an in-ii. ini.nt for murder in
tbe uret ii- ai.- ii- wai lakefl baek to
i -| - . timi f"r hls trla' rm the
.... 0f ... irdering Mra Roaa Menachth
Baabo wnl I- B4 t lat. 1
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
HV-T.r'. r HELP, au natlon-lltle*. ??.:
aberl netl ? reference* Inveatlgsted 8ST0
Har:- it. -II W, U Mll' st
HELP WANTED.
.Male.
? IPBBISKCr.n man for purohsslnt; .lepsrt
rrsnt, laise nrporstlon, ?Hh thoroufh
knowledy* of harnets Hnd ina'erlal us?d la
ror.al-,. Hon tl-eof ?a?;i>n* arul materials re
oiilrod ln COnatrUCtlOB thereof nnl palni *UP
pllea No arrll'"?n,a unless fully nu-llfted In
all th" stv,\e Mnea r'e.1 apply. Addresa let?
ters onl>. I" A O, OU Sd ,ne
1 MAhU 1*4)0110 in ilv. -..sis nitri a amall
mail .1 :.-r bualnea*; began with 88; aani fot
f,ee beoklet; i*n* boar. UBseeaB. 8888, Ui ?
I-art. N Y
WAITFK Coh.re*. board Ing ho-....-, rwfer
en'ea ,"!.:-e.1 ,'nll Bfter *. Bt .* West
mth st
WORK WANTED._
Mal*.
portTFJR and OBNIJUL HHI.I'HR -By
youna ?*)??. "*ake hlmself generally useful;
store or apaitmei.t houae; 17 week I'eareon a
^g.'-ncv .' 1"*' *:|-M "' T'1 S0,H "?>r'.*B!
MrVuM CbKANINtl Ha I .."r oi da) l|6);
? mall armtment. 81: satlafa, tlon n'iaiantee.1.
f,.nma. imi Weat IdM si 4.'.'."J lineraldt
DOME6TIC SITUATIONS WANTEp.
Male.
COI I'l.H (Jerrnan; wife e?.ell?nt eook nnd
inaiiiurer; mun hutler, \alet. wlll ?0 work of
?mall place to?elher; SScelleal referen. e. H..
Mtas rntaOersld'a Agsncy, 808 Mh nve.
rV>UPI_*?Finniah; eornpetent .jjutler; **''?
very eic*ll*nt cook. t.*e.h.r |70. nod rei
?ereni:?s. 4-harles Wilson's AgBBCy, IU ls-x
irn-tun ave Tel 8324 Plaaa
rTARUBNBB soth, iingle: 40. tbsrougbly
cotnpetent m *n bianchea <.f ihe imsiness;
rare rountry place; Btrlrtlj aoher, honeat ex?
cellent ref'-renres Osr.1ei.er. Hox IfB, Irlbvaa
t'ptoan rifli.e. l.'i?4 Broadway.
HI'liFSMAN. n-AIRYMAN North of Ireland.
rnarrled. Ihree eblldrea; .are and n.-na^e
MBI of flne .attle. exrert njllker; seven jreara
referen. e laat *mi>lojer. r'arpenter s AKeney.
IM fith av*. ______
HOt-arCMAN, BORTBB or I SMKI'I. MAN ?
rjenerally uaeful about beusa; ?*?^S*:
.,.nn 17 ?eek I'.ars.^ s ABer<>, o baat
&M a' Tel r.CM0 Mailem
i-,,nriH Elevatoi runnlng; hv mltMl* aged
1 nfan refer'neea. Kala.-a. Wt BTarartsp
I'lac*.
Femalc.
a.aiata vounr won.sn wlll tak* rhar?e of
ua room or .part.,,?..-. B**<_ -ook. Mtead to
laawSki or tak. chlld -I. _j.rIng V^;^,
cellent referane.-*. B-. sflaa rirxoeraia*
Afetie>, 6'U Rth ave
, HAMPKIiMM" .? CHIUD8 NI'RBB. toona
Korweirtan *?cel|ent elty referenee. A
?S rtn\^aa\ g& V* < ? S
CHAMBKRMAID ar.d WAITRBB"s
'e,v ie.t n'llr-k snd wlMlr.8. ? "?-.'
f-haVie. wiiaJn'* Afeacy. 7.4 UaBtadaa aaa
Tel '.-'.'4 Plsae ?^.^
i'HAMHKKMAlU *nd hKAMHTKKHS wants to
1 ,o ro ?,_niiv. exelien. referen er h . Mlaa
K '../.rald s Aeemty. m 5th av. BBtTIBII on
rH"A_!BBBMAirJ arid SKAMHTIUT.-S Nor"
.-*__ l-*2: -ountiy only- ?7r*!__ -J l"on?
A,.no* 7W U-xmt-on ave Tel. 2884 Plaaa
rtiAMMKRHAIK o'r I'AKI.ORMAID Cenime
V_,r LwsTlir. Blrl: !?*?? referen. e Jusalia
tent bweiis/i s"'- _. , ._aj, r?'_.?
Aaeno rttaU l.?xln?ton ave IM 44M l a_?.
',-,?,k Kust claaa; pl?m and tency dteitee;
' Wr^nal rferences. w.?es |30 to |.'I.' 'ity or
...uTitry Domestlc t-_eh*.n?e iai(.-r, , ., .1.4 ' o
lumhua av* tt. huyler HlS?
ro..K 4lIAraRKI!).IAll> WAITRWW -other
..I .h,., -ill ,1, entlre w.'ik ln small
Aaancy. 17 Weet 4-d *t.
ROOM AND BOARD DIRECTORY.
fU
RNISHED ROOMS.
tt?l **II>K?Below 100th Mreet.
Bll VI*. 20TH fT.
NTWI.V liKCOFlATRI" ROOMP
BTBAM HEAT AND BLE< TRIC UOHT*
HOT *NH COLD WATER
$:t TO $?*> PBR WEEK.
TE1.BPHO.NE CHBL8EA -t'OS._
8?TH BT 250 WEST.- PARLOR AND
BEDROCU BUITABLB ONE t.'K TWO
QENTLEMEN, _
i'.i III M, 333 WKeT Blngle und douhie
rooma; running water. prlvate bath;
ni) convenTence*,_
lLii WOBT T18T BT.
PARLOR FLOOR EC1TE; PRlVAf BATH.
718*1 BT.. 60 WEST. LAROK OCTsiOE.
NEWLT HK.VOVATKP ROOMS, SCITABLE
TWO; ALL CONVENIENCBB; KBASONA
BLE MOJFtAN ._
WTH 8T., mi WEPT?EXTRA LAROE
ROOMS, DtlVATE R\TH. BUTTABLB
FOR TWO, THREE UI'.vn.EMKN
77 TH BT., 103 WEST.? LAROE 8BCOND
BTOST HOOM; HOCTHERN EXPOSl'RE;
HA III ALSO BMALLER; PRIVATE HOU8B.
7BTH BT.. MO WE8T?NICELY PtTR
NISHED i.arof. ROOM: sckitcuii'H
l.V CLEAN. OENTLEMEN PRKFERREH.
BOTH st. ua WEST.- Eacluelve, bandaemely
furnlahed rnoma. gentlem*-n; referencea
tTo WEST I2D ST.
$2?, oo.- oeatlenun; elegaal auita; prlvate
l.nth. other rooma. $10 and $H. Telephone.
' " jOnlll.il_
MTH BT., 160 WEftT. -Newly furaUbed aide
ro-NB; runnlna water, gentlemen only; phone
_de nips._
fi I n Bl . 5S WEHT BEAUTIFI 1
NI8HED 1'I.riOR. PRIVATK HOCSE; ALt.
CONVENWNCBS: S?TH 8T. ri.EVATKD
AND Kl'BWAY BTAT1QN; REPEBENC1
B7TH BT.. 308 VVB8T l-'rwit iprlor. .onnect
lni< t.rdrnnm. bath; prlvate t-ntr-nr-e block
?ubway, 'I..- TAVI.OR
BTTH HT .110 WEST.? Handanme Urge.
alao ? ?m^il room, prlvate family. gentle
refereneea_
IBTH ??, ian "yEBT A fronl ilttlai room
and bedroohl. newly furnlahed: at-am
heat. all Improvementa; oultable for two
gentlemen or couple MARftHALL
HK*T SIHK?tlM.4? 100th Btreet.
*4 s , misT ST ^o*> \vi;-iT FTTRNI8HBD
ROOMS, BINOLX, DOL'RLBl ELECTRIC
mr, QA8; MAU) SERVICE AND TV.l.B
PHONE; ELEVATOR 1>\Y AND NIOHT:
KITCHEN PRIVILEOBfl IK DBBIRBD; 4
Kr HENS ON BVERY FLOOR. THE LUD
lNUTi N [PHONE IT''." RIVERBIDE,
11 ITH .vt . .'.n:t WEBT- Nli HLT H ''
VIBHED R""M S'll'TIIERS BXPOB*
L'RE; Al.l. CQNVENIENCES; APART?
MENT 41 _
11211 - r Ml WEST w'**t>. Fl'RNlSHEP
PAHI/iR SI'ITK ANt> OTHBR ROOMS;
CONVENIENT "L." BFRWAY W1EP.KE
ll.'sl'll ST . ''.or, WEST, N'Kvlt RIVERSIPE
LAROE FT'RNISHED ROOM RRE\K
PA8T OPTIONAL: RBT-RENCBS; GEN?
TLEMEN W 'ILSON
llrtlll .* T . B20 AVF.ST LAROE ni 'NT
ROOM ?'? Bt'IYE, OVFRT.noKIVO IICO
F'iN RIVI-TIt; SRf.RCT LOCATION CAI.L.
MORMN08 AM' EVENINOS, APART?
MENT 101 __
ir.'I> ST .140 WEST fBroadway Attrar
tlir i-.irner nmnn homellke, fln*. vlew;
elevator, r-fe-dn-***. Aparrni*nt ejl
BOARDERS WANTED.
IMM B10E? Below 100th -*treet.
7?th ht 2n: IM WEBT NBWLT KVRN
[SHKD II -T OPBNBD; LAROB, SUNNT
ROOMB WITH ^NO WTTHOITT BATH; ALBO
BM ALL ROOMS TABLE BOARD_
TH ST . -''???'. W I BT BEAl'TIFPL ROOMR,
ALL M'.wi.V DECORA1ED, KVF.Rl*
>-.VK"H"vi' EXCELLENT TaBI.B,
si'lUV a V. REFEREN<*EB
h3D 8T.. 142 AND 144 WEST DB8IRABL1
BINOLI DOI'BLE ROOMi; PARioR
!?:?;? , TE1 El'HONT REFERENj BS
FREE
ROOM AND BOARD REGISTER
The Room and Board Register
of The New-York Tribune con
tains a list of the better furniahed
rooms and board offered in New
York.
Those seeking rooms are in
vited to consult the Register and
obtain a list free of chirge. 320
Tribune Buiiding. Telephone
Beekman 3000. _
PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE.
Ths Antique Furniture Eichange
|| l| \V .'STil ST . NR Fl 'WAY.
-The Ideal Shop"
' r lovera ef BBtlgaea anl teekera
for BABOAINI
m Bultea anB add pieee* nt every
deocrlptloa larceal cellectlon; low
prleei . llar etc re.
DRESSMAKINQ.
MMi: M iRIB.
HEAD WOMAN 1*- HIOH ''I.\SF DRESS
rlLISHMBNT, WI8HE8
\\, i;i |*R|V/ iMKRH APPOINT
J M \IiK MY PHONE AT CiM.IMHI S
,w., -.; ... -i.r.K'T FROM DI
ri m r i ris Exci.i;aivB tradb
f'NI.t_,
H I.C1AI. SOT1CB
Da boi .iiM<"i jiiur ..ii aowaa if they -.ra
t.,,i ?f tha lateel ot] - Wr tvin rr-mo.w
tkMO . .w. ut a very raaaonahl*)
. ,| - ; ? . I or telaph'.t'.a. ii it
? .n olll be gl**en to yo'.ir m
^^r fl ? llally Invlt?i1 to i.ir
raari HMBt,
-..; r t- VA U?ES 103 \X,f\ 11 T'h ll
? ? Mi.rnltiaal'le.
a .': RA<"11** K '?? 'WN'f.. ? ??!'> fren
i nttn ? Parialai ? o n aa a materlal,
. ratlmatei -flren , -. arj i aaa ?n
lalty. Qowna
,,,. ,?i, ii v MME8 MEIIIII-: TT
a. i,AI.I?l l, l" I Wael HTth at Te;. ij.wn
M.iMilnm-lrle _ _
M iDAME B1IEB1 . 130 WEST ?8D 8T.?IM:
PORTEO EVENINO, STP.F.BT 0OWNS AT
VERT I.OW PRICES ALtO MADETOOR
DBR; FINEST WORKMANSHIP OUARAN.
IN8PECT1QN INVITEp. _
MMi* VTCTORINE,
Fa*ihinnaMa ev?nlna aml atreet aowne
niada t" . .i-r. niui! hlgh claaa evr-ning ronia,
relll furiiiih materlal or aceept yours. 2c4
V . * (Wth et
Md.- M.uiKi: Artlatle, uperleee^B; atyltah
remotWer; eapert on coata, aulu; out or
ita; referencea i.t***4*.makerI
TrliuriM I ptown OIBee, IBM Broadway._
m'.MI. AIIKMIAMS. [Bl 1 enr.x aie *ltrir*-'
itreet. dinner, ev?ntnf ar.wna m:irl? to
.,..ui . .ttiii.it. *. Kiveti. reaaotaablo; flneat
?rorkmanahlr Telephonei 1408 Harlem
s ROBINBON, 131 Columbua n?.; telephone
Behuvlei BIB8 I.aHleS- -nlta tttrt, etc. at
reat prlcea Ueinod*'iiina. a ii m>
\n.rk guaranteed _
DRK8SMAKER fompetenr; rnnk-i and il
inori-i*,. ehlldren'a a ep?*.*ialty. Jullat. 12*.
Ea I 13th *t Tel *t0? atu) veaant_
LOST AND FOUND.
l.nsT. on |iri..i.i??\. betwrrn 7*4t|, anrl *)l?t
ita., Wodneaday evenlni about s o'clock. a
black hiither puraa ronlalnlna two rinft.
nv., keyi and aoroe ohanfe Bultabte re.\,ii.i
tr Bnder ?-iu retvrn lo .; H?-ri??rt naiey.
^ i|i.p,iritii*-iti. Ni 'v Vork Trihuin
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS
VICTOR \isiiii.i-:. th Naaaau ?t CataWuS
li?r>. all mikea taken part vayment; haruaiM
ln I rn!. rn -..wln l;.-niliwiiuia Ullv-rt Bmltni
DOMESTIC SITUATION3 WANTED.
Famale.
OOOK Youni? fi*rm.n; I1&, excellant family
,,?.K P . Mlaa ll.ifntayer a Af?my. itl i.th
.,-..., Mh fli.'.r. Telr-plione^, Maiilion t-tquare
4M7 "and i"2*'.
i-diiK Wlhtle Hgert. all hranchea. atrong;
wtlllng tn a*.HHr wlth ilght laun lri, flrst
ru?>. peraonal reference; rlty, eaaatry Mlaa
Ruckley'i Agenry, IJ, Weat 41M at.
COOK Eacallent Bwwdlah r.vik, prlvate fam?
ily preferred; |o?4 city retaraaaa Juaana
Afani . ''.*?" Lealngton ava, th 44M Ptaaa
QIRL leoiered), lunt landed; wllllng to leam;
ala.. aeveral e*i'erleni<*d housewjrkera. 123
WVnt 1X4.1 11 'Phone 7714 M.iriilngalil*.
H()l'8RWORK Thoroughl) competent arom
an. aaperleaced all braaeoea; Baa hr.-ad, paa
Irv <n.| de???*rte; e. onomlcal; Anierh-un fam
ik. unv Blataaaa in aawatry; higheat refer
Addreaa C S . IU 'ith ave
LaI'NDRBKS Kirnt .Taea; doea up atlff ?hlrti
an.l eollara; *??**. t&> to $V>. peraon.il city
referencea Domeatlc Excbanga lagency). 324
1 olumbua ave. s. '. lylei B1BB
M ItSI'.UV fjo'VERNEPH young North il.r
mtn, uriod r-lty referencea; MO to US. M .
Mlaa li.fi.i" ? Agency, n .sth a\f>., ?th
Boor. Ii-lepli *i,ea. Ma.tlson S*iuare 4527 and
)U_h _(
M'HSK Fur .-iillil ft'iiii three yeara up; aewa
?,-il. mlll *ra to country; eacallent r?feren-ei
c, Mlsa r'lt/'ierald'i Agency, 503 ftih ave.;
enlrame on 41id ht. _
NI'RSK Nnrweglan. \ery neatl beat refer
alncae; for one or two children avag three
,eara; $.V?; . Uy or r-ouniry. I'harlea Wllion'a
Ageni>, 71'4 Lealngton ave._TeL_2224l Pla*".
Nl'HSF. Tralnod nuraa, eiperlenced mataeuae,
de?lrea more patlvnta. phy?!clana' referencea.
T N Tribune 1*ptown fUBco. 1.1B4 nroadway
TWO lilltl.H. together; Brat claaa icferrn.ee.
n,at, il.lv younc glrla, cook and waltieaa;
I2T. and $M Domeatlc FTxchange, .124 Colum
bnaara s- huvier Bl.'tft
VVAITIO^'S * hTmTTKRMAID Neat a)?pear
Ing v'ttt'ig Noith uf Ireian.l mald. under
? 1*111*1 ealaile, nre ot ullver, refercn -s;
vMigm t~r Domaetlo Fx.-hange. 324 Columbua
,,-.. r'i huyler IM.IH
WORKINO HOt'SEKEEPER, dood mok
nu! manager; eaeellenl rrferencea; city or
ciintry. Mlaa Fltni-rald'a Agency, 503 Jth
ave. Eutrancu un ?Ul iL
_TWC TAlLtJ._I_TIME TABLEfc_
C U N A R D
The Fastost Steamers in the World
\M a ? NOV. 27,1. A. M. Jan. 22
Mauretania Dec.17,6pM F,b*2
L._ _* _!? __ bb?_ eaa Dec. 24, 3 P. M. F-*> ?
u sit a ni a jan. 15,1 a. m. ?****
CARMANIA CAMPANIA CARONIA
NOV. 2. 10 A M. NOV. 2ti. 1 A.M. MAR. 19 NOV- 16. g V M MAT 3
D-C. Sl. 11 N4^0N. MAR. 28 DW ? 14, 10 A. M. MAY 31
DbL. i.lOA.M . ...__,.,.
LIVERPOOL, LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
VIA 'jf'FF.NPTOWN AND PIBHOUART).
Mauretania and I.ualtania do not stop nt Hueenetow*. eaatrxiund.
New York, Madeira, Gibraitar, Genoa, Naples, Trleste, Fluma
Write fur tUaererr, BalUae hour noor..
CARPATHIA PANNONIA ULTONIA
sOot 24 abWov. ie cDec. 7
ab Jan. 11 c Feb. 12
? Omlta Madeira. 1, Omlta Oeno*. c r'alls at Naples, Trleste and Ffume. Quotatlona
furnlshed for anv Toure. .... . -
Agents for i'enlnsular A Orlental 9. N. Oa ln l.nlted SUtes and Canada.
Winter Cruises ? Riviera, Italy, Egypt
LACONIA BJ i FRANCONIA ??_J CARONIA gfli
Round the World Trips. I.M3. Hpeelal throuah rates to Kuypt, India. Cblns, Japan.
Manlia, Australln. N'ew BesIaaS, Bouth Afnoa. Sonrh Ajnertee To.irs In Ppaln.
I'lers Foor W. 14rh St.. .Vorth Rlver, N. Y. ufTlrca, 24 Ptaie 81 . Opp. Battery.
American Line p,;^an.r
Plymouth?Cherbourg?Southampton
r-hlladelphla. ...Oct. 26,New York.NoV',_
8t. I?ui?.Nov. 2 St paul.Nov. IB
Red Star Line "Stf
London?Peria via Dover?Antwerp
Kioonland.Oel M Klnlan 1.Fo*. 1*
/.eeland .Nov. 8|Vaderland.Nov. ?
White Star Une pg?mS>
Plymouth?Cherbou g?Southampton
Malestle.Ocl 18, ne-M 'New York Nov. 9
Oceanlc.Nov 2. noon M.-J--*tlr. . Nov. 11
?Amerhan I.in- .-'team.r from Tler fl..
New York?Queenstown?Liverpool
Baltle...Oct. 24. noon.Celtlc..Nov. 7
rvdrl-. 4)t 31, noon.-fymric.Nov. I?
?Cymrlc earrlea pass-njrers ln one cabln
claas II sn.1 rhlrd rl-is* only.
MediterraneanCruises
Riviera ?Italy?Egypt
Vla Madeira, f.ihraltar. Alelers. Monaro
"ADRIATIC" "CEDRIC"
Tbe I art'at Medlt ?rr_ne?n Pteamera.
NOV. JO-JAN. 7-JAN. ZI-FEB. 8-MAR. 5
New York?Medlterranean?Italy.
CANOPIC N'4,v io, 4 r. M
Boaton?Mediterranesn Porta?Italy.
CSnoelc No-. Il*r*rstle . Nov. ?
? Via Madeira and AlRlers,
PANAMA CANAL
WEST INDIES SOLTH AMERICA
"LAURENTIC" "MEGANTIC"
Two tVaapaal, ??est. F1ne?t ?>1eanier?
Kver Sent to tiie Troplcs.
JAN. ft. JAN, 88. I I'H. t4. FEB. 22.
2B ANI) 21) l>A\H. *1T1 CF.
Paasenrer Offleea, 9 BVay (Tel. 2100 Reetor)
and Pler ?2. N. R (IVest 211.1 St.. N. V).
NORTH
GERMAN
LLOYD
Xzpreaa BalUngra Tueedaye
Fa?t Mall BaIU_fc*a Thuradaja
I WWf.* PARIS MEMEN
<!?__** **> a-TlTRD-TB fer
THE MEDITEMRAN-AN
THRII WnrrTZ-TcTBClHta IO THK
Panama Canal
BBd
West Indies
JAN. 18 FEB. ?8 MAHCH 87
By 8k* S. S. <Ka*eerr Berlacrff
OSLItfONS S 430.. Otneeel *?????
8 BBBSlWBBi n F.
PLEASURE CRUISES
WEST INDIES
PANAMA CANAL
MEDITERRANEAN
. a f'.r \ our Winrer tour '.
. Bteamer* I. -
ar frequent int*rvt'i Id-dny crulsee
:.?.r Full Information .it aajl
?
Beui for iletalled pro?rainm?
THOS. COOK & SON
21*. Hroadway "Ppo*lfo Clty Hall).
i*4 Flfth Avenue . or. JOth Bt.).
65:1 Klflh \venue fsear aj.1ih st ..
',':iH8 Brou.luuy *t>.
NKW VORK.
I'lin,Ahi-.i,PRIA, 181 Bo Prea? Bt
( ook's Travellera' f heour* Are Good All
O.rr the World.
INSTRUCTION.
For Roth Sexes?Clty.
AM. I.ANOt'Af.E*4*
F*uper1or natlve teacbera.
Term* Reaaonabta.
Trlal leaaon free.
BERLITZ
SCHOOL
Th? R'St Method
pay and Kvenlng Seaaten
At H.hool or Rtaldauc
benJ for Cataloeue.
Madlson fnuare (1122 Broadwa\ I
Harlem Braneh. Ml I.*no_ Ave, nr. 127th St
Brookbn " 218 2?0 Livin^ston St._
Daneina* Prhools. .
THE OSCAR DURYEA SCHOOL
47 WEST 72D STREET
Vptown Branrh: 885 and 887 West 182d 8t.
TUITIQN in AESTHETICS
DANCING and DEPORTMENT
Hall room 44
nltes for nental. Tel. B2H Col.
LOUiS H. CHALIF.
Oraduate of the
RUSSIAN IMPERIAL BALLET SCHOOL,
at 1 W\taX 42ND NT.. N. Y.
Prlvate rlseees for I.adle* Oentlemen
anri Chlldren. "BODY Hl II DINO" and
?HVOlrNK." ajso CLABBICAL .?.*
TIIKTIf URKI*.K and NATIONAL
1>AM IN4J. Pleaee send ror r.italofiie.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION.
;;:rn,'MabenFlower?Hirr
y naemhle ? Hpe.lalty. rarneele Hall. Studlo
l0ll Thur* B*a Studlo. mi Cllnton ave..
l'iiur.h Man*lon. B'klyn. I'honc $000 I'roapect.
SCHOOL AGENCIE8. .
Amrrtran aa.l r'orelim Tearhera* VfOcj.?
B___U*? l'rofeaaora. T?aehers, Ttlt?T*. flov
-rneaaea ftc to Colleaee. School* and Faro
UMi Apply io Mra. M* J. YOl'Na-FVLTON.
;:t fnlon S^usre. . . ..
LOST BANKBOOKS.
paNKHOOK NO iiiO.491 of the t'nion Dlme
?_vir,,e Rank I* mliain*;. Any person hav
, ' . "i?im to ll Ie hereby calle4l upon to
nresent th* ?ame wlthin ten days or aubmlt
[,, havln? aald pas?boolc cancelied and a new
4_ie_ )*S1X^~_?
LOBT HankbO'ik No M1.W1 of Dry Do.-k Sav
liias lnstltutlon. Any i^rson havlns; clalma
uuoi) aald book Is called upon to present the
same to the bank wlthin thlrtv days or th?
said book wlll be declared cancelied and ex
,tna_lahe.l and a new one Ueued In lieu
lher*of
1/>8T Hankh?.44k No. 1,028.884, Bank for
Favlnit*, 2h0 4th ave., New York. l'ay
ment ?topr>*d I'lease return liook i., hank
_ EXCURSIONS._
f'AMFORNIA Wlnter Toura leave fre
qu.-ntlv Noveinher to March. Bookleta
Barnuiod V,hltivmb Co., 225 0(h Ay_. N. T.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
LONDON?PARIS?HAMBUR6
PHEfc OB-jrr. Oet tfl. 10 A. M.
KAISKRIN Al'O. VI< Nov. B. 8 P. M.
?COHCOVADO.NOY. 7. I P. M.
?PENNSYLVANIA .Nov. B. 10 A. U.
?Hemburg dire. t. 2nd cabln only.
Madeira, Gibraltar. Algiers. Naples, Genoa*
1. 11 A, Mj
tS. 8
t H
tnsE)
t. in A. tU
l, 10 A. UJ
CINCINNATI.Nov.
i 17,000 tone. i
8. 8. MOITKE .Nov. lt. 11
112.800 tona i
?8. S. CINfTNNATI.Dec. 10, 11
b. 8. HAMHI'RO .'an. 11. 11
Hl.<V>0 ton-.
S. S. CINf 1NXATI (ORIF.NT CRI
Jan. SB,
8. 8. HAMBI HG.Feb. tf,
SWill not call at Madeira or Alflere.
?Wlll not call at Alglern.
T..url?t Dept. for Trlpa Everywhera.
HAJHBt'Rt'-AMFRU AN LINE. 46 B'-aa^j
RED D LI1\? Pttttf tTklyn. at MOIM
For rinn Juan. 1*. R.; 1 j. ?..unyra. Pto. Ca-|
t.i-llo. curacao aml Maracalbo vla Curacao.
CARACA8. .Nov. 0 PHII.ADELPHfA.Nov. 201
For Mayaguea. P. R ; I? Guivra. Curacaad
nnd Maracalbo.
8TTLIA.Oct. SO MARACAIRO. .Nov. 1S(
.Supe-ior Accommodatlona for Paaaengera.
BLI88, DALLETT A CO.,
fleneral M.r.ager-.. at Wall Btreet-/
CLARKsORIENtCRUISe
by Kew Coaorbbt "l.aronla." Feb. 15; 71 daya
?400 up. Including hotelg. Ruldee. drl\ea. ahorai
? -I ? Stnp-overa. Round tvi rld and Fo. Amer-<
!ca Tmira. F C. ci.ARKE. Tlmea Hldg . N. T.
Fall River Line
rnmm
I.v. Pler 19, N R., N?:vv York, daily at 5 OOT
COMMONWBALTH atid PR18C1LLA.
Uri^heatta on each.
NF.W LONDON (Noi?*1rh> UNE vla New
London. I.v. Pler 40, n R.. ft. Houaton
sr , week iinvi enly, .">.oo p. M , Pler 70.
E R . ft F. 13d Bl . B an P M. Stra.
MAIN- and CITY "F LoWELL.
NBTt HAVKN I.1NE I.v. Pler 28. E. R.,
ft. Cathnrlne St . week daya. 2.45 P. M.
Btr. R!( IIARI) PEOK
Tlckete. etc, at 171 D-oadway. Tranafer
Tourlat Ofloaa and nt Pl^ra.
The New Knglttnd Mteamxhtn Co.
Provideace Dlrect $1.50 Worcester, $2.40
Ontalile *tuleroe>m*?. BI.OO.
Bteel Steanilhipa (JeergU and lenneaaee
U.1I1. in. Iiidlng Mimlay, 5:30 I*. M.
Fmm Pler ll?. K R 'Ph.in. 270.) Beekman.
City Tleket Oflca .00 Broadway. N. T.
Uptown Tlckel otTlce, B'^ay and _IJ Bt.
Central Hudson Line
ror Nn.litngh, TiCkeepele. Klng .lon and
interineilliite laiullnga. I^ave Franklln 8t .
week Ci)*-. 4 1*. M; Weat 128th 8t . 4 1)
!' M fer Newhurgh aid Lower Laadlnga,
Franklln St . week davt. *> P. M.
kliVniVk i Franklln St.? :??* A. M.
3U lL?**lvJ iweit 12t)th 8t..9.S0 A. M.
GOlvc, TO AI.PANY OR TROT? Take the
C1T1ZEN8* MNE or the PEOPLE'i LINB
?teatn*-r? 'I'h.ti.) Sprlng 9400.
RESORTS.
new xr.ntTsr.
THE
flDarlboroug
/7rzj7/vncc/rxqf\
Lejdintf Hnsoti House of the Worid
*
josiab wnirr t iow co*paj?y
Qtfaniic Cittj
3%T[?).cKiiivy^4vS^
A MODERN HOTEL
Ifoted for a Homellke
\tmoephe.*e.
?',ood Locatlon.
E.K*?P4_tBenberg, Mgr.
NEW YORK.
APIRONPAr-KS Mode#a cottage, bev ll
fully eltiiated; hot water heat, elecrto
llght; two front chambera, prtvate bath and
veranda. amall party fer winter; excluaiv-.
Rat.. .m upjllcatlon. Mra. J A. WOOD. Old
Forga, N. Y.____________
PENNMIVAN1A.
WATER GAP HOUSE
DELAWARE WATER OAF, TA.
Remaln-: fully opt-n until December.
I.o,rflr?a. Steam heat. Special Autumn ratea.
BUSINESS CHANCE6.
A MANIIFACT1 RIN'C, COMPANY. wltb |1,
000,000 capital. would llke to RttUMllacture
and ael! ln roiinectlon wlth preaent llne mtnt
B|.eclalty. hardware preferred. We muat bave
control of the tuvalneim Have over 22o tra\
elllng ?al.mnen nn the road. Al referencea aa
to capital and bualDeea atandlng wiii be glven
to the rlght party. The reaaon for thla edvar
Maement n that our preaent force of aaleamen
can handle ihe eitra Imnlneaa. Nnne but re
nonalbla partlei need reply 8. W. P., Box 2.
Tribune Offlce.
_CARPET CLEANING.
NEW TORK CARPET CI.BANINO WORKsT
Oldr-at, I.argeat, Moat Modern.
PINB RtJOB WOVEN PRull OLD CARPETg.
Prlcea Reaaonable. Bend for Circular.
Tel. 4Be3-4BOI Bryant 437 4,'tti W-at 4,*.th Bt
CARBFUL CARPET CLBANINQ CO ?Cletng
by crmp*e?sed alr, ateam, hand or on tloor
155S Hroadway. 421 East 46th at COB A
HRANDT. Tel. 132?38th. .
ANTIQUES.
ANTIQUES?Second hend furniture bought.
aold. T. Creumer. uirt Bth ave. 'Phone
Plaia?920L

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