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Foe Using Razors
To Mutilate Dead,
j
Rotary Club Hears!
R. F. Soule, Publisher of
"Hardware Age," Tells
of German Atrocities
Five minutos of hearty applause
Founded the knell for at least several
hundred thousand dollars of after the
war trade with Germany at the
luncheon of the Rotary Club at the
Hotel McAlpin yesterday.
The applause followed an address by
K. F. Soule, publisher of "The Hard?
ware Ape," and a widely known patri?
otic speaker. He graphically depicted
the German atrocities, committed with
the saiii" type of implements and ma?
terial which American merchants had
*eon purchasing for year.-, before the
war.
"Some timo ago one of General
T'ershinp's hoys went out into No Man's
^and," Mr. Sowie said. "He didn't come
''jack. Three hours later a searching
party -went out to find him. That boy
had been killed and his body literally
hacked to pieces. His comrades gath
ered v>p the remains and brought them
back in a sack. That brave young
American was chopped to pieces with
German cut U ry.
"Before the war we bought two
million dollars' worth of German pock?
et cutlery each year," he declared. "A
captured Rritish oiTicer was recently
found with his throat cut from ear to
ear. The ghastly wound looked as
though it had been made with a razor.
It probably was. Before the war we
imported annually half a million dol?
lars' worth of razors from Germany.
"When the dove of peace lights in
the pool of blood shall we go on buying
German razors? It doesn't seem pos?
sible. But, Mr. Buyer, it's up to you.'1
He told of Canadian Red Cross
nurses lacerated brutally by the Ger?
mans. The scissors used to cut ban
dagos beiqre the war came almost ex?
clusively Trom Germany, as many as
000,000 pairs annually.
Mr. Soule pointed out that American
industries have risen to fulfil the needs
of the people, easily overcoming the
handicap of no German imports. Un?
less these are sustained after the war
they are doomed to failure, he declared.
Captured Canadians
Crucified by Enemy,
Says insurance Head
Stories of German atrocities, includ?
ing the crucifixion of captured Cana?
dian soldiers, were related last night
at the banquet at. the Hotel Astor
which brought to an end the first an?
imal convention of the International
Association of Life Insurance Agents
of the United States and Canada. They
were told by Henry Moir, president of
the Actuarial Society of America and
actuary and director of the Home Life
Insurance Company, who declared they
had been related to him by Sergeant
Jamas \V. Smith, discharged for disa?
bilities from the British army, and now
employed at the W. C. White Boiler
'< Works, Montreal, Can.
According to the former soldier, as
Mr. Moir related it. he had actually as?
sisted in taking down bodies of ('ana?
dian soldiers who had been crucified by
Germans.
There were about S00 life insurance
agents present at the banquet, which
was presided over by Darwin P. Kings
ley, president of the New York Life In?
surance Company. In introducing Mr.
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Steamer City of Lowell
To Bridgeport
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Return due New Vork, i'r.H.N.H., S i'.M.
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Return due New York, i'r.70 E R , 9 P.M.
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tickets between New York and Albany anil
Troy Evening Line tiokets accepted. Music,
Restaurant.
Religious and patriotic servi. ?9 each
Sunday on board and at 2:15 P. M., in Pa- ,
villon No. -, Bear Mountain.
Halt fare for all soldiers and sailors In
uniform.
A. M. i A. M. I P. M.
Pough- 1
f IP POATS '? Through Iceepsle Saturday
ur curtl'J j 6erylc? Servies special
New York:
Desbt'os?PS 3t.
West 42d St.. .
West 129th St.
S:40
*:00
S:2S
9 ?8
?11:J0
10:00
Bear Mountain..
West Point.
(weekdays only)
Coi i.wall.
Newburgh.I ?12:20
Poughkeepsle_: ?l:??
Kingston Point.. ; 2:10
Catsklll.
Hudson.
Albany.
:00
?.2? .
10:40 IS 2:40"
5. S:10
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11:19
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?2:50
4 :50 ;
5:15,?
5 :40
?:00
7 :00 ;
"Return boats same day from points
marked * ufford ideal one-day outings.
For information telephone (anal 9300.
Leave Pier 32, N. ];.. foot Canal St.,
week days. C> P. M. ; Sundavs and holidays,
9 P. .V.. West 132d St.. half hour later.
Steamers Berkshire?Trojan?Rensselaer.
Express fr< Ight service. Automobiles car?
ried. Sunday c.iy trips to Newburgh and
r< turn, $1.00.
Our beautifully Illustrated "Searchlight
Magazine" sent free.
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?THE PUBLIC BE PLEASED"
COLONIAL LINE
BY BOAT
j AND RAIL
Boat
Uirt-ct
ALL OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, $1 to J?.
Week da.VR and Sundays at 5:30 P. M.
from Pier 39, N, It.. foot West Houston St.
'Phone Spring 9-I?1.
A PLEASANT WAY TO SPEND A DAY
sa:* ?F A ig)
UP THE HUDSON
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MUSIC. DANCING. REFRESHMENTS.
ROUND TRIP Weekdays 56c; Children 30c
Sui days S5c. Children 65c. incl. war tax
Bear Mountain Line. Tel. Broad 1708
Worcester, $3.82. Providence direct, $2.9#
STATEKOOMS, $1.00, 51.30, $?.00.
IWiily. including Sunday, 5:30 P. M.
trom Pier IS. K. It. Phono 2700 Bi-ekraaa
?fron jitcmnboat (?a
CONEY JSLAND
Special Schedule rHIiyAV, SEPT. 6ih.
Lv W 129 St.. 0 40. 10:tn, 1T:40, 1-' :40. 2. 3, 4. 5.
6 o'o 7 :,i s 30 Pier I. N. R.. 10 20, 11:25, 12:25,
1 ?-,' 2 45 3*45, 4 45, ?? 4-'' ". S:20, 9.SO. Coney,
lf-1'5 12:25, 1:25. 2:25. 3:45. 4 45. 5.45. i>55.
s "". 0 25 10:30, Tel. Rector 872.
I ?1 ^ ""8 -f H ' I ^k ' "r HiK'1'?11?!?. Oceanic.
SI 1' i-r 24 s 30 h. m . - 45 p in. Battery, S 55 a ut ,
3 15 p in SUNS., Franklin si,. 8:30. Hat. S:55am.
Uy 'it??>Y EVENING LINE
Pier 43. N. It.. N. Y. Tel. Spring 1846.
Continued Coastwise Passe/iger Servies
MORGAN UNE ^ ??X.'" applT
oir Mr. Klngsley declarad President
'ilson'a oft-repeated declaration tlint
10 future peace of the world depended
pon the application of individua)
morality to stufen was the only hope
of r? lasting world pence.
The mortality rate in the war, as
reflected by the insurance rates, fixed
on actuarial tables, was discussed,by
Henry Moir, who said that most of j
the companies which grant insurance I
on the lives of soldiers to any extent,
are charging an extra premium of Id
per cent of the face value of the pol?
icy, or $100 for euch $1.000 of insur-|
anee.
There is also a proviso, he said, to i
the effect that at the termination of j
the war, the actuaTdeath losses from
Vvar service will be segregated, and if <
the extra premium thus charged will i
be more than the proper sum for the
hazard, a refund of the balance will
be mnile to continuing policy holders. ;
Mr. ?Moir said that the aggregate !
of the optional insurance, amounting
to $10,000, offered by this government
to each man in the Army and Navy
at peace time rate, already amounted!
to about $:U).000,000.000. The govern- j
ment agrees to assume all hazards of'
war on this iriirantic insurance.
"The European war had not made !
much progress before scientific insur- '
anee men realized that past results '
would not be a safe guide for exist?
ing conditions," said Mr. Moir. "The
British companies fixed the extra pre?
miums for new insurance at $100 per
$l.n00 of insurance; afterward most of
them increased it to $150 pur $1,000,
and some of them even to $200 pet
Si,000. The Australian Mutual Provi?
dent Society deliberately fixed the ex?
tra premium at a low rate, expecting
to bear part of the., loss -the original
extra was $50 per $1,000?increased in
1916 to $75, which is now reported to
.be 'far from adequate.' "
Mr. Moir said that so far as could
be learned the British losses in killed
during the first year of the war amount?
ed to more than 10 per cent of the
men encaged, and possibly closer to 15
per cent.
Speaking on the subject of "Canada
at War," T. B. Macaulay, president of
the. Sun Life Insurance Company of
Canada, said that the Dominion had
already sent 550,000 jgen to the colors
and would soon have 600,000. He said
that 450,000 were already in Europe.
The total killed up to June 30 of this
year, he said, was 43,303, or about 11.3
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Altitude 2000 ft. All Summer sports.
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A Germicide Climate and Clean Streets.
No Dust. No Dirt. Innumerable Out?
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Jefferson, White Mts.. N. II.
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NEW MONMOUTH HOTEL
Spring Lake Beach, N. J.
Ideal seashore resort
FRANK F. SHUTE, MOR.
BUSINESS CHANCES
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS RENTED
Non-risible. .1 months, {?'.. Visible, :: months. 112.
Initial payment appui? If pureliased.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO., 1NC
?39 liroadrtay. at H'.n.'i it. (Tel. i<0J
28 K. ?M Bt., opp. Madison At. i ?"rai?liu.
T Y P E W R I T E R S R E N T El)
Non-visibles, 3 Months, SG.00.
Visibles, :i .Months. $7.50 & up.
THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE,
10 Barclay St. Tel. Barclay 4738.
CARPET CLEANING
CAKEFPL CARPET CLEANING COMPANY ?
Cleans by compressed air, steam, hand or oa
floor. 419 East 4S:h ?t. CUE A BRANDT. Tale?
ntlose. 132 Murray Ulli
DIAMONDS
DIAMONDS and Jewelry bought for raah : rata-es ap?
praised, purchased. BENNETT. 175 B'y (upstairs).
PIANOS
AT FUCK'S. 28 Weat 20th-Kor sale used Stem way
concert, parlor, baby Grand and I'prlght 1'ianoa;
many other ?<?!! ki.uwn malien for aa!e and rent
AUCTIONS
THE UNDERSIGNED SELLS AT PU'BLIC
auction tlvs day. September 6th, 1918, nt
2 P. M., at 235 East 23d Street, Manhattan.
New York City, for account of Hello Pren
tlss, on? Kranich & Bach piano, number
6&371. ???L.MLX ?? Li ALU.
per cent of the men shipped to France
at tliftt time.
In addition, he anid, 113,007 men had
been wounded by .lune ?)0 und 2,774
taken prisoners, mnkiiif: a total casual?
ty list of 159,084, or 41.5 per cent of
the forces eiiRaped.
"To summarize what we hnve done
in finance," said Mr. Macauhiy, "we
have paid about one billion dollars for
war oxpondicures, and have raised
$750,000,000 of this by domestic loans.
We are asked to raise another $300,
000,000 next month for further war
expenditures, find 1 feel sure we'll offer
$500,000,000 to the imperial govern?
ment for purchase of munitions and
supplies, and our bunks have given
$1200,000,000 more for the sumo pur?
pose."
Latin Sailors Dine Hylan
Ambassador Naon Speaks at
Banquet on Argentine Warship
Mayor Ilylan and other city officials
and navy officers were guests last night
at a dinner given by Commander Carlos
Daireaux on the Argentine dreadnaught
Rivadavia. Romulo S. Naon, the Ar?
gentine Ambassador, was the principal
speaker. He proposed the toast: "To
the union and happiness of all our con?
tinents, to the greatness and success of
your great country and to your great
President."
Among the guests were Rear Admiral
Nathaniel R. Usher, City Chamberlain
Alfred .T. Johnson, Henry MacDonald,
of the Mayor's Committee on National
Defence; Special Deputy Commissioner
John A. Harriss, Captain Irizr, Naval
Attach? of the Argentine Republic;
Ernesto Tbrez, Argentine Consul Gen?
eral; Captain Osar Demelloe, of the
Brazilian warship Sao Toulo, and
George MacDonald.
?-?
Names New Naval Chief
AMSTERDAM, Sept. 4.?Captain von ?
Levetzow has been appointed chief of
the naval staff at German Main Head- !
quarters, according to the "Cologne j
Volks Zeitung" and the "Rhenish West- j
phalian Gazette." Captain von Level- j
zow, it is stated, has been granted
greatly extended powers. He has been i
in command of the light naval forces
and is best known for his operations
against Oesel Island.
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Many Bomb Suspects
Arrested in Chicago
U. S. Official Obtains Detailed
Description of Contrivance
Used in Outrage
CHICAGO, Sept. 6.- In the Kcoro or
more of persons rounded up lust night
in connection with the Federal Build?
ing bomb outrage. Phillip J. Barry, act?
ing head of the local bureau of the
Department of Justice, believes that he
has either the culprit or one who has
information which will lead to his ar
rLf.t.
Apparently Mr. Barry had obtained a [
description of the bomb from .?ome
source, as he described it in detail as
being eighteen inches long, conical in
shape, plugged at both ends; four to
six inclv.'S in diameter; made of steel ,
plate from one-sixteenth to three- !
eiphths of an inch thick, and that prob
ably it was charged with dynamite and ,
Riant powder.
Thirty-live men taken as suspects are :
locked up at a local police station. |
Attorney George F. Vandeveer, rep
resenting the 1. W. W? said he would
eppose sending convicted members oft
the organization to prison ahead of the ;
date set by Judge Land is.
I !
The Weather Report
WASHINGTON", S<-pt. r>.?The disturbance that j
was nrer Inillana. Wednesday night has innrcl to i
the St. Lawrence Valley with decreased Intensity i
ami the attendant rnln area for the last twenty
four hours covered the lake region, the Ohio Val- I
Icy and Tennessee There were nl-^o lora! showers
In the Gulf and South Atlantic Mates and soino |
scattered showers In the Middle Atlantic states and i
New England.
From (he Mississippi Valley westward to the ?
Itocky Mountain region pressure Is moderately :
high, but with shoyrers in the central Itocky Moun?
tain region. South Dakota. Utah and Arizona.
Elsewhere tho weather was fair.
It. Is considerably cooIct from the tntortor of I
Lastern Toxas. northeastward through tho Ohio
Valley, into tho hmcr lulio region, and slightly j
warmer in the Atlantic stales. In the upper lake
region and the West temperatures are still below '
the seasonal average ;t-s a rule, although some?hat
higher than on Wednesday.
Showers will continue Friday and Saturday In '
tho South Atlantic and F.asi (juif ?nates, hut else
whern east of the Mississippi Hirer Lho weather
wll? bo tair Friday und Saturday, preceded, how- '
ever, by showers early Friday morning in \,.w
England and the Muidle Atlantic states.
It will bo somewhat cooler Friday In tho At
lantle states and wanner Saturday In tho laKo ;
legion and tho Ohio Valley.
Forecasts tor Special Localities. -Western Tcnn- '
sylvan!? and Western New ?iirlc. fair to-day; to- !
morrow fair and warmer.
Eastern New York. Eastern Pennsylvania. New
Jersey Southern New England and Delaware, show- I
ers early this morning, followed by fair; t'o-mor- I
row fair.
Northern New England, showers to-day, cooler
In New Hampshire and Vermont; to-morrow fair
Local Official Record.-~-The following official rec?
ord from the Weather Bureau shows temperatures
during the last twenty-tour hours, in comparison
with the corresponding date of last year:
1913. 191T.I 1918. 1917.
P. a. m.68 501 n p. m.;;, 71
0 n. in.Ils 56 t; p. m.7:i b;
!> a. m.71 ??4: 0 p. m.70 f; ;
12 111. . 72 07,11 p, m.? 61
Highest temperature yesterday, 7fi degrees rat 1
p. m.i; lowest, ?17 (at 4 a. in); average, 7'-'; aver?
age same dale lost year, G3; average unie date fur
thirty-three years, 70.
Humidity
8 a. m-82 I 1 P. m-7:1 | 8 p. m_S3
Barometer Readings
8 a. m...29.99 | 1 p. m...29.96 | 8 p. m...23.S6
Local Official Forecast. ?Showers early this morn?
ing, followed by fair and cooler. To-morrow fair.
with moderate temperature; moderate northwest.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS
LOST BANKBOOKS
LOST.?Bankbook No. 32S,181, Harlem Sav?
ings Bank. Payment .stopped. Return to
bank.
LOST.?Passbook No. 124.S37 of the North
River Savings Rank. Payment stopped '
Return to bank, ?1- West. J4th st New !
York.
LOST.?Bankbook No. 156.309 nf the~Cn7ori
Dime Savings Bank i.s missing. Any
pit-son having a claim to it. is hereby!
called upon to present the same within ten
days or submit to having the said pass?
book cancelled and a new one issued.
LOST.?Bankbook No. ?377.941' of the Union !
Dime Savings Bank is missing. Any
person having a claim to it i.s hereby
called upon to present th<? same within ten
days or submit to having the said pass?
book cancelled and a new on.- issued.
LOST. ? Bankbook No. 670,003 of the Union
Dime Savings Bank is missing. Any
person having a claim to it is hereby
called upon to present the same wit hin teil
days or submit to having the said pass?
book cancelled und a new une issued.
LOST.? Bankbook No. 125,012, issued bv
the Metropolitan Saving;? Hank of New
Vork. Payment has been stopped. Finder
please return to bank.
LOST OR STOLEN.?Bankbook No. 116.SS0
of the int'-rest department of the Bowery
Bank of New Vork. 124-12? Bowery, .Now
York City. Payment slopped and cancella?
tion applied for.
LOST.?Bankbook No. 307,682 of the
' Franklin Savings Bank, issued to Michael
I J. O'Donnell. Payment stopped. Please
return to bank, 'o.S Eighth ave., New Vork
City. All persons are cautioned not to pur?
chase or negotiate the samo.
LOST.?Passbook No. 76,711 nf the Ex
c? Isior Savings Bank, No. 79 West 2.1(1 st.
Payment slopped. Return book to bank.
LUST.?Passbook No. 106,615 of the Ex?
celsior Savings Bank, No. 79 West 23d st.
Payment stopped. Return book to bank.
STORAGE NOTICES
Columbus Storage Warehouse, Inc.,
62-64 WEST 134th STREET.
New York, Sept. ?th, 1918.
To Mrs. Emma Johnstjn, .Mrs. A. Brown,
Annie Littl?^ or .Mrs. Emma Gay, Robert
Oaynor, Chas. De Vau, Edw. A. Warren,
Gertrude 'Lloyd. Mrs. Johnson, Gertrude
Williams. C. J. Samuels, Mr. E. Phillips,
?'. Richards, Mrs. C. Settle, Mrs. Miller,
Mrs. E. Needham, S. S. Beurman. Fanny
Hook'r, Mrs. Nesbeth, E41e Frost, Mrs.
(ipher. Helen .lumper. John Hall, Sa.lie
Williams. Mrs. Long. You and each of you
are hereby notified that the time for tho
payment of our lien upon too property
hereinafter described having expired, after
<lu? notice thereof bad loen given you, we
will cause such property, to wit, household
goods, personal < fleets, merchandisi . car?
pels, etc., stored by y^u "r in your name,
.u our warehouse, to be sold at public auc?
tion, according to the statute in such case
made and provided, at 62-64 West 134th
St., New York City, un FRIDAY, SEPT.
27th. l'JIH, at 10:30 A. M., and if the sala
. thereof Is not completed on said dale tho
1 same will he continued at the same p'!a.-e
on each and every Friday thereafter, be
! ginning at 10:30 A. M. ami continuing until
all the goods are sold.
. COLUMBUS STORAGE WAREHOUSE, ln?^
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ORTO LET
BOltOl'GH OF QUEENS
Tores: Bills Gardens
"A Forward Movement In
Suburban Development."
?5 Minutes from Penn. Stntion.
Houses and Villa Plot? for Sale.
SAGE FOUNDATION HOMES CO.
??7 W. 34th St.. or Forest Hills, L. L
Write for Booklet A.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY
NEW DPTOIt COLONIAL nOfSE OF EIGHT
moms, three baths; Is now ready tor occupancy
a few minutes' walk from Scandale station; steam
heat; three tine porches; high deration: tine new
plot 80x155: terms arranged LEO liL?G. 40 West
:.2d st. 'l'lione Madison Squar? AS60
UNFURNISHED APARTM'TS TO LET
46 WEST 73RD STREET
i Apartments of ten rooms and three bath
! rooms in a building uilxino. Due apartment
to the floor. Two of the bed chambers
14x20 and 14x23.6; dining room 14x21.6;
drawlngroom 14x27.3. Elevator service, also
separate elevator for servants and de
! liveries. Asking $3,000.
Apply ' on premises or
) FREDK. ZITTEL & SONS.
?Broadway ?nid. ?'Jih ?U'Wb ?idikUlcr 9700
ITELP WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT an.I ?ENBB'AL OFFICE MANAGER
wanted by BHwbotli, N, J . manufacture/! kuowh
edge or cr?dita desirable; permanent position and
.-??client, opportunity; reply In own handwriting,
?isiing an. Mian deelred tad ?hath? or apt you
aro subject to military draft. B , Boa Bb, Irlhun?.
(?nice. _
BOTS
iror messenger Kerrie? In newspaper office: good gal"
a?y: Hint.'intonating work and opportunity for
advancement. Apply Boom 1105 Tribune Bldg.. 1j4
Nassau at.
HOY to atari at general as-datan?, in large ?hip?
ping department; good opportunity to advanee ro?
willing and ambitious boy between tue age? of 15
"nil I? ($15 to ?'art). Call Robert A. Keasbey Co..
44.'. West nt._,__
rtnYH ABOUT 10 TO LEARN TUB PRINTING
BlJSINF8B ' $0 TO STAUT; ADVANCEMENT
.[ HTOOKBIl COMPANY. 054 FIRST AVE
COU 38TTI ST.
Roy for office wonic, with good OPPOR?
TUNITY ?'oit ADVANCEMENT; $7 TO START.
J. II. TOOICBIl, 654 11 KSI' AVE., COU. 3STU ST.
BOY Oit YOUNG MAN WANTED AH ASSISTANT
TO BIIIPI'INa CLERK; OOODOPTOBTONPW
FOR WILLING WOKKBB: CHRISTIAN. .1 MLH-,
BAY ST.. TENTH KLOOB.
BOY Clirlstlan, to run errands and assist in (hip?
ping department or h book publishing house
BarBU A Hopkins, 28 West 23d at.
BOYS?Good chanco fur advancement. National
Imperial Wlno Company, 4?9 Lafayette at.
LABORATORY: HELPER wanted tor general work In j
pathological laboratory; previous training not nee- j
ess?ry; state, ago and references. Address Box,
v, mu?.' Tribune Office.
?ALKSMEN ?ranted by >arge uewapaper. Apply j
Boom 812. Trlbuuo Building.
6HIPWORKERS.
STEADY WORK I LONG JOB1
GOOD PAY1
COME! DON'T WRITBI
RIVETERS.
HOLDKRS-ON.
HEATERS.
STRUCTURAL
IRON WORKERS.
BOILER MAKERS
APPLY
SUBMARINE BOAT CORP..
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
NEWARK BAY SHIPYARDS.
PORT NEWARK. N. J?
OR
UPTOWN OFFICE.
S-ll FRANKLIN ST..
NEWARK, N. J
f I
SHIPPING CLEBK. experienced, for envelope fae
lory. Apply C. & M. Envelope Co.. 53.3 Pearl :
st.. corner Kim.
STOCK' CLERK. Christian, willing worker, for '?
book pul,Hilling house. Barse & Hopkins; -S
West Jo.l st._
THE TITLE GUARANTEE & TRIST COMPANY
WISHES TO EMPLOY SEVERAL OFFICE
BOYS; ADVANCEMENT ACCORDING TO AB1L- :
II'V Ai'I'LV WITH WORKING PAPERS, IF j
1 SDK11 Hi YEARS. AT I'd BROADWAY. SEE
Mit. LEWIS.
i
Wanted:
?TATIONMEN AND TRAINME?,
Aft* 21 to BO.
Bubway and Xlerated Dlvtiloc*
fNTERBOROUGH RAPID TRANSIT CO,
Apply Room 1233?185 Broadway.
I i 11. to 5 P. St. dally?except Sunday.
WANTED.- SM-ernl errand bora; a'sn young man to
help in shipping department ; ?hite or colored.
Hollow-ay. P.cnz & Co.. 105 Chambers st.
WANTED- Pot washer at radet mess. West Point.
N Y. ; $42.50 month, board and room: chanca
to serve your country. Apply Captain Pixon.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
CHAUFFEUR?Willing to be useful; run any ear.
all repairs: four years last place; draft exempt;
splendid personal references; city or country. Misa
Khaughuessy's Agency. SCO 6th av.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
A.A ? CHAMBERMAID or houseworker and child
mirse: young French women, cannot speak Eng?
lish; S",0 each; city or rountry. E. Miss Hofmay
er's Agency, 10 East 43d st , 3d door. Tel.. S047
Murray Hill.
A A.?HOUSEWORKER?American Protestant with
boy l'J years old. $40 A . M'ss Hofmayer's
Ageiicv. 10 East 4:>d st.. third floor. Tel. S947
Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID?Young Irish girl, excellent lone
refr?neos, $40. Me.. Miss flormayer's Agency,
10 East 43d st . third floor. Tel. S947 Murray Hill
COOK?Young Irish girl, good references, et ellent
cook. $55. K . Miss 11 fmayer's Agency. 10 East
43d st., third floor. Tel. S947 Murray Hill.
DAY WORKER?Cleaner, cook or waitress; $2.50-$3
per day. M . Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East
43d St., third floor. Tel. S947 Murray Hill.
WAITRESS?Parlormaid ; young Irish Protestant;
tall, nice appearing, excellent references; $4" to
$5(1 it Miss Hnfmo.ver's Agency, 10 East 43d st..
Cd fl"or. Tel., S947 Murray Hill.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
TOTJ MAY BECOME A
TELEPHONE OPERATOR
Young women between the ?gea of
11 and 25, In good health and possess?
ing good eyesight and hearing, may
lenrn the profession of telepiione operat?
ing.
W? will teach you and p?y you while
you learn. Student? In our training de?
partment? ?re paid JS 00 to $9 00 per
week In Manhattan, Bronx ond Brook
lyn. Tlil? ?alary *? liiereaaed upon the,
completion of the training colina, and
frequently thereafter, aa ability Is dem?
onstrated.
Here Is an opportunity to learn a
useful profession Riid to perform a pa?
triotic, public service.
THESE POSITIONS ARE PERMANENT.
Apply between 9 A, M. and 3 P. M.
NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Manhattan?5S W Houston et.
Brooklyn?81 WUloughby et
BOOKKEBPER. young lady, residing In Brooklyn
preferred; good salary. Top floor. 95 Wallabout
st.. Brooklyn.
CLERKS
WE ARE IN NEED OF A NUMBEB OF GIRLS
AND WOMEN WHO CAv QUALIFY FOR CLER?
ICAL POSITIONS; PAY TO START BAKED ON
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE. WITH OPPORTU?
NITIES FOR RAPID ADVANCEMENT.
CHARLES WILLIAM STORES,
25 WASHINGTON ST..
BROOKLYN. N. Y.
FILE CLERK: permanent position, e?i -*--*
for advancement. Address Eon B. 8?5 Triimoe
Office.
As messengers in newspaper offi-e: light. ei?.y w-r'i
short hours, good salary. Apply Room 303 Trib?
une Building, 154 Nassau s'..
GIRLS. Christian, for ledger work In ?-.=
Importing house; state ?rp, experience a,-.il sal?
ary wanted. K. A.. 5>;7 Tribune Office. Do
OFFICE ASSISTANT: must he good per.man: ac?
curate at figures; good chance for advancement
Charles F. Hubbs & Co.. 383 Lafayette st.. cash?
ier's department.
PERMANENT CLERICAL POSITION OPEN FOR
BKKillT YOUNG WOMAN. MARRIED oR_
SINGLE. CHRISTIAN; STENOGRAPHY ANir
TYPEING NOT ESSENTIAL. APPLY ROOM
1412 200 5th ave.
SALESWOMEN wsr.teo dj large newspaper. Apply
Room 812. Tribune Building.
STENOGRAPHER, able to write and translate
French and Italian. Apply by letter, giving full
information, to National Americanization Commit?
tee, 29 West 39th St., New York City.
STENOGRAPHER,
Christian: beginner; chance for advancement.
& Scriiiigeour. 74 Duane st.
STOCK GIRLS. WHOLESALE; NO?
TION. FANCY GOODS HOUSE;
STEADY EMPLOYMENT; GOOD
CHANCE FOR ADVANCEMENT.
O'DONNELL-WEISBERGER CO..
512 BROADWAY.
WOMAN, of executive ability, to take charge of
bakery; some knowledge of 1-akmg necessary', hut
general intelligence and energy Indispensable. Call,
between 4 and t? p. m., Mary Elizabeth Tea Room,
392 Fifth ave.
YOUNG LADY FOR CLERICAL POSITION: TO
ATTEND SMALL TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD
AND MAIL DESK; CHRISTIAN. APPLY 71
MURRAY ST, TENTH FLOOR. ,
YOUNG WOMEN wanted to train as nurses; good
opportunity. Apply Suet, of Nurses. Topic's Hos?
pital. 203 2d ave.
Birth. Engagement. Marriage, Death
? nd In Memorlam Notices may b?
telephoned to The Tribune any time
up to midnight for Insertion 1a the
next day's paper. Just call
Beekmar. 3000
and send the notice as you wish It In?
serted. Bill for same will be mailed to
you later. The notice will reach over
100,000 readers daily.
MARRIAGES
GARMANY?STUART?On Saturday, Au?
gust 24, at the University of Virginia,
George MacKenzie Garmany to Flora,
daughter of J. E. B. Stuart, 2d.
HIBBERT?BRENNEN?Mr. and Mrs. Rob?
ert H. Brennen, of 2381 Valentine Ave.,
The Bror,::, take 'leisure in ? announcing
the marriage of their daughter, Esther
Clay, to Elmer Josei h Hibbert, of D Pere.
Wis., of .. Coast Guard Service, sta?
tioned at present at Perth Amboy and
Kingsbridge. The wedding took pince at
The. Church of Oi.r Lady of Mercy, Marion
Avenue, nca. Fordham Road September 4
the Reverend Father Breslin olficiating.
RANSOM RICHARDSON August 30 at
the Little Church Around the Corner. Mr
Frank E. Ransom, of Montclair, N J ' to
Miss Elizabeth I-'. Richardson, of Minne?
apolis, Minn., and Providence, R. I.
SPICER?BARCLAY Mr. and Mrs \ m
Barclay, of 14-14 Glenwood Roar!, Brooklyn
announce the wedding of their daughter'
Ljhas McLelland Barclay, to Lieutenant
Clayton V. Spicer. U. S. A., son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Spicer, of Williamsport.
Penn., on September 3, 1918.
REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE
Overlooking City Hall Park
Large, light, airy ?nices, single or
en suite, located in a n/odern ortie?
building of the highest standard,
THE TRIBUNE BUILDING
A central and attractive location
for any business, profession or trad&
Day and Night Service
GEORGE E. RELYEA. Agent
Phone Beekraan jooo
Crtbttne ButHung
154 NASSAU ST.
NEW YORK
DEATHS
BAKER?At. Kennebunkport, Me.,on WM..
flay, September 4. FM if Ann? n~- ***?
45 West 4*th St.. New YofkT"ty FTn ?!
^rv,e? at Collegiate Church of\ Ni*'
las. Fifth Ave. and 48th St, SaM*2
NyPac^N Yt!rmCnt at ?ak Hi" <*??!
CAHEN?Julius P.. beloved husband of H.
Furo?! PvT ?f*HM0" A- ?"* ?tf" P
I ineral Friday from 353 Central ?.5
West, at 10 a.m. Kindly o^tW^T*
CHASE- On Tuesday, at Richmond Hill v
Y Phoebe Duel Chaw, widow of ' ?*
(.hn?e, lovintt mother of Mr. v 7
Daggett and H. W. Chase. .Funeral FruE
at 3 p. m. at residence ofV C Da.;'?f,
404 Cedar Avenue, Richmond H?? 8wtt'
CLEMENS At Linden. N J., September /
1918, Anna G. .health inspect^i IKSf '
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard OrnVn g^r
nernl at Wa;.? IngeT Falls, N. Y Satm*
September 7. 10:30 a. m. CartaWtai
be at New Hamburg to meet 7 -45 , "
train from Now York.
CONK LIN Miss Elisabeth Rogers Conk??"
agedI 62, at Huntington L. 1.. ?aeptSng
t J.ur??a! Rr.iv""'i at n0?e of Mr. Jam?
H. Conklin Fairvlew Street, Huntington
on Friday, September 6, at 3 p. m.
DONOHOE On September 5. Reverer,"
Jnme* Donohoe, LI.. D, r?vt.or 0f s?
Thomas Aquinas Church, Fourth Ave a'n',?
?ith St., Brooklyn, solemn mass of re<raiag
on Monday, September '?, ;it 10 a m
Invine Office et 9:30 a. m. Rev?ren'i
Clergy and jeople invited. R. ?. P.
ELDRED Wednesday. September 4, Arne!.
Moore Eldred, in the 7 ?tfa year of fo
az<, at th?? home of her -on. L"v.-I? IM&
Eldred. Funeral services at THE vv
NERAL CHURCH , Br??
way. 66th St., on Saturday, Sept'embe-"'
at 2:30 p. m. Waverly, Middletown aaj
Goshen, N. Y., papers please copy, gw,
ly omit flowers.
FAGAN Mar': I... suddenly, on Septea&te
3, or, of ( atharine and the late Pstriri
J-'ajian. Wiik"s-Barr<-, Penn. Funeral Fri.
day, 2 p. rr,.. fr< - - ... .: '
tor, Mi:? Mar., Butler, ., I ......
Street, New '/? ?
FITZSIMMON8 suddenly, Wednesday, W
lember 1, . 18, ? ? the
88th Str< -. - Rev Jami
S- T. B , : Chun*
?'? ' " of the R?-,
Corn? . ? . Solemn r??"-j?f~
rn?>- on Saturday, Ses,
teznber '. >--. '. i m.; divine office re.
at ! a
PO-OTE O? ,'-..;-. 18, at Loa Ar.
:-- - ' ???".- year, Julius Men
Eesrt* :* :?" ? . o? Cornell ?
Poo?e .'.-?? -s will be held r.
i ':?-.-.. - a '. mitl Newark,
:.?...' -. - '.-.?-- ?-? teml erj?J, .
? ? invited. Interment
FORNEY M ? ? aged II, he-lovsd
Margaret D. Forney
'???<?>- - - it te residence, {'<.?
West 14 th Street, Friday, 11 a.m. Inter.
m?? nt Drii av
FREXFANELLI- -At her residence, in Fo
. Italy, July ... :-. Countess Maria
Frenfanelli-Cybo, a ister of the ^ateJaie..,
irg. of Denver, ar.d of Gilbert Mo
Clurg, of C h ?cago.
GARTON Or. W? In? . September j.
I 118, Henry A. Garl - ? .
Mary Garton. Relativos a:..i frier,.!- ire
in\ ted to attend the fui al set
:.:- !ate residence, 271 Harrison '.
Jersey City, N. J.. on -
6, 1918, at 8 p. m B id ? ? in IN. j
papers please copy.
GLEN Annie Jane, beli :
Glen, on Tuesday momingr, Septei
F'lS, at the hoir.- of 1 - ?'.- ;hter, Mrs
M. ('. Thomson, '.- I Avenus,
Brooklyn. Services at I rick kit
nue Baptist Church, Bus -..-: Avenue ar.d
Weirfield Street, Friday, aLj o'c!?
GREENBAUM Fri lay,
Nathan, beloved Iiu . and father
of Jenny. Cremated M? :: lay, S( | "ember "
L918. ".
Gl'NDACKER - Or. W?sdne lay, S ptember4,
after a linsorin.-r ?line indackn
(nee Endres), belovi?d wife :' Dai
dacker, in the sixl -second 1
Funeral services at ;.. -.- late idence, 5S
75th Street, Brooklyn, on Friday, Septem?
ber 6, at 8 p. m. Funeral private, Satur.
day, September 7, 10 a. m.
HARVEY?Sarah J. Harvey, wife of Thomss
K. Harvey, passed away on Septei
1918, at her residence, 275 Ski liman Street,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Funeral private. Friendi
wishing to pay respects may do so Frida
September 6, if?IS.
HEUSS ? At her residence. S.'! Ravensijale
Avenue, Jit. Hope, Hastings-on-Hudm;
Catharine C. belove?! daughter of J,
Elizabeth Heu.-:-. Funt-va! from resides?,
Saturday, September 7, at 3 p. m.
HIBBEN?Suddenly, at Watch Hill, R. L,
7"u??sday, September ;:, Thomas ''.. Hibbei
Funeral services Sharon, Conn., on ar?
rival of S :55 train from New Y rk M
Friday, September ?'.
HOLLIS?At Wilbur Wright Field. Dayton,
Ohio, suddenly. Lieutenant Henry ?"rend
Hollis, jr.. beloved son of Mrs. Henry
French Hollis, of Princeton, N. J. Notice
of funerajj later.
HOPKINS ? At her residence, Morristowa,
N. J.. on Wednesday, Si ( n ?, Caro?
line Lathrop, daughter of the late Henry
and Ellen Hopkins. Funeral r-ri-.ate. It
is requested that no flowers be sent.
HURLBURT? Mrs. Lorena M., wife of 0:-car
W. Hurlburt, re.-<-r,t!y of New York City,
at her home on Lake I' *. at
August 30, 1918. Her husband, daughter
and sister were present wh
away. She was born in Watertown, Wis,
in Auitust, IS 43. She lea..
and two daup.lit.ers. Mrs ?-. ,? Burnskifl,
of Denver, Col., and Miss Martha Germao,
of 412 Colonia: Drive, Or) .: I , Fla. In?
terment at Green.' I.
KIMBER -Luise Andresen, v fe t the 1st?
Alfred Kimber, sudd ???.
1918, at the home of h - \ Kim?
ber, Wcstport, Conn. Funeral private. ?
MYERS -Suddenly, on September -!. Stel'a
inee Fannery), beloved wil ? ? : P. C. My?
ers, native of Falun- I .:.???? ??SJ0,
Ireland. Funeral Friday. 9:3 1 a m., frcm
her late residence, ?' ?? West 178th ?tree*.:
thence to Church of Incarnation, where
solemn hiprh mass of requiem will be cf
fered lor the repose of h< ? il. Ir.terme.it
C::l .:,:?>-. Aro- obile cort?
O? B< ':'?' E- uddenly, at t. Vincei t'a H*
,?, .? I: , Septeml Susan M
? ral 'lata
: Hon:-. ! : : W ! 14th >:r?t
. :.-.. ? at ? an us Xavier?
i i .;? ... ,;.' t ' ?th ? ? ? -.
i -r i at ?' a. m Interm nt St. "
Cemet? ry, Bridgeport, Com
PELL On ept ml er I H, on of ,v*
laU; John a id Carolyn I ea .- Pell rri?
at Washington Hollow, N. Y , Friday, -
p. m.
; ??? x eptember 3 at :.:< re=>
dence, I34tl street an '. Washington A^
nue. Be e Hr.rbor, L?
beloved son of the lat? ' emiah and SisrT
Riordan I nee Gilbui : 'her ,f
Mrs. John J. Murray, M me? !'- G?*
pan and Jai R n. 1 . eral tro?
St. Bernai . rcl West Hl ''-'rf'
Manhattan, wh,-? a folem "?? uiem rra-t
will be c? ebr ite : i ? i ' ,;' ''? il
??? a. m. Interme t '"
SCOTT ? :?: :- nly. on T
C a Martii , widov B Scott, ?
? her .a;<
?,. ? v ?
b< .- 6, at -' p m. Il " ???-'enieW
of the family.
SPR "lGUE !mn s ' .:: :rti'':'
ton L. I., on September 4 n f th? .-';e
\n:ia Auchincloss ai ? V"*'*
Si ague, in the 64th ?'?? ''[
neral private. PI? wers.
STAVER -Suddenly, at 38 West "i ?"?*;
this city, Asenath Romaine Wright ><;au;-'
daughter of Edwin at I Malvii Wn?*
and wife of David W. Seaver s,,;"-^ji
the house Friday evei Cr ?n
8 p. m. Interment at Westport OOJ^j
Saturday. Tram leaving Grand Cemrw
Station at 1" :50 a. m _ ,
TATLOCK?On August 30. 1918. ?t.*f^
ington. D. C, Lucy B -:;^J.
the late Seym? ur and M ,;.. B 1 kley *w
man and widow of the late John rsUoes.
D. D. Inti rment at Willian
WARD At her residence, .Nutwood, Chew
nut St., Jamaica Plains. Septemb?
FUS. Sophia Howard, wife o fhom?
Wren Ward, in the 6Sth year o! he- ?
Funeral at St Mary's Church, BWj
Mass.. Saturday, September .. at ." oc?
Burial at Mt. Auburn Cemetery. *?"
more ? Md. 1 papers please copy.
WARNER Suddenly, on I ><?-,:::>. s"te^
3, 1918, William B. Warner. M. D. ???
58 years. Funeral services on r-v???
September 6, at 2:30 p. m.. at h 1? ?,
residence. East Front st-, Red Bank. ?? ;
Interment private.
ZUCKER Alice Hart, beloved wife of ri?
man D. Zucker, mother of Arthur*- ?
Robert M. Zucker, at Far R.v^?^1
September I, 111 her '?_?! S"'!'-, * Rack
services from Temple Israel, ot ra_; ^
away. Friday morning. September ?.
10:30 O'clock -harp. Cleveland ?na - ,
dusky papers please copy.
CEMETERIES
THE WOODLAWN CEMB??^
:23d St. By Harl? m Train ?nd &>
Lot? of small sire for sale- _
Office. 20 East S3d St., *?? **

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