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Classified Advertisements
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS
LIBERAL REWARD
BASED ON" VAl.l'R of articles, no ques?
tions asked, finder of chamois Jewel case.
containing diamond ring, diamond and
pear! earrings, diamond chain bracelet,
diamond and topa? brooch. ln?t Tuesday,
will not be disappointed with reward ir re?
turned to Mr?. M. 1-. Richards. MO River
?Id? Drive, Apartment 3-D. Audbon 9100.
TWO-SKIN Sable Neckpiece, between Hunter
Island Inn. City Island., and St, Nicholas
Terrace Skins are registered. Liberal re?
gard. Gerckcn. 20 St. Nicholas Terra? e. New
York.
REWARD for Stutz Roadster, atolen from
43 Baal 12th sf. Tainted maroon; mo
tot No. 1681, licence No. 11203. 1911
model. J. .1. Staats. 24 Stone ?t., New
York Cltv. 'Phone Broad 1371.
ISO? REWARD for ring containing two
large pear-shaped diamonds, set In fancy
platinum and diamond mourning: lost in
Newport, R. I. Tiffany &, Co.. Fifth ave.
and 37th at.
LC9T.?White Spitz dog, licensed. Big
reward If returned to Scblansky, 50 East
10th ??. Stuyvesant 446.
LOST BANKBOOKS
LOST.?Bankbook No f'59.G45 of Rank for
Savings. "SO Fourth ave.. New York.
Payment ?topped. Please return book to
bank.
LOST?Bankbook No. 186.071. The Greenwich
Savings Rank, 24ti & 248 ?eh sve.. N. Y.
City. Pavment stopped. Please return to bank.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
18TH ST., 145 EAST.?Large, small rooms; j
good location; ' L." subway; references.
4STH ST., 224 WEST -?Large front room, ;
second floor: conveniences; gentlemen;
references; permanent; $12 week. Mrs
Williams.
202 EAST 81TH ST.?Newly furnisher!
rooms; hotel conveniences; weekly, tran?
sient; reasonable.
ORAMERCY PARK, 21ST ST., 146 EAST.
? Room for two; top floor; park priv?
ileges; references.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE, 61.?Large, nicely
furnished double room; also single.
Sohuylor 2029.
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
WANTED.?-Por short period of time, cen?
trally located small furnished apartment,
containing sitting room, two bedrooms,
bath, dining room, kitchenette. A , Box
76, Tribut.e Office.
HELP WANTED MALE
INSTRUCTION
AUTOMOBILE INSTRUCTION. $1?.
Unlimited driving, etc., guaranteed, In
eludtng machino for state examination
until license secured. B. M. Co.. 1303
Lexington ave. (88th).
LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR.?Pleas?
ant and profitable work; day and even?
ing classes. Send for free booklet and
Visitor's pans West Side Y. M. C. A..
SIT West 5 7th St.
HELP WANTED MALE
A MAN WILL CALL upon people, whoso
names w* desire to have in our honor
roll; will find the work delightful. Inspir?
ing and highly profitable; only high ?lass
representative can be used, bul he will bo
given permanent place If In earnest and
reliable. (.'all this afternoon, 220 West
42d ?t., Suite 2307.
ADVERTISING SALESMEN. ?Nationally
known advertising campaign; no comp?ti?
tion; good commission. Apply Excelsior Ser?
vice, inc., 5 Columbus Circle.
ASSISTANT CASHIER
AND BOOKKEEPER.
A young man, with experience as cashier
and bookkeeper; pleasing personality and
address essential; ?alary to start 825-830;
(ppurtunlty for advancement; write, stat?
ing age, experience and salary. Address
Life Insurant, Box A-110, Tribune.
BILL CLERKS, experienced In wholesale
grocery line; write or call. A. F. Beck
tiian ?*?? Co., lne , 4?jQ Greenwich St.
BOYS
The Western Electric Company has sev?
eral vacancies in its mail and messen?
ger department for bright boys who
have had a grammar school or high
t-'hool education. Applhants must bo
l'i years of age. Call btwecn it A. M.
end 4 P. M. at employment office.
57 BETHUNE ST.,
CORNER WEST ST , N. V. C.
6 BLOCKS NORTH OK CHR1STOPUER ST.
BuY.- Brtjcht, quick, young Christian bov
wanted by brokerage firm fur light office
and messenger work; apply in person, Sat
uvdaj U a. m. Walker & Serrell, 17 Madi?
son axe.
BOY, strong, wanted for light factory
work and erran.I?. $10 to start. Denial
& Toilet Products Corp., BO Ueckman at.
GENTLEMEN TO HANDLE FIRST ?"LASS
shares In a gmwing concern. Good prop?
osition to right parly. Commission and
salary. Write V. O. Box 44, Times Square
Station. New York City.
SALESMEN A FEW FIRST CLASS
STOCK SALESMEN WITH GOOD REF
EHENCHS; THOSE WITH CLIENTE1 E
PREFERRED; MUST BE PRODUCERS'
NO OTHERS NEED APPLY; LIRERAL
COMMISSION. ADDRESS BREITUNG i
CO., 11 l'INE ST.
SALESMAN, live, with experience and good
references, wanted t., assist in selling a
tract of land In the Ranger oil nclds of
Texas. Call on Mr. Halloxvay Vpartmc
60, Manhattan Square Hotel.' 10 u a
and ?? i0 y j, ,?
BALHISMEN-?Puncture-proof tube, guaran
teed t.\. thousand n.Has or a new tube
tree; backed by a ?ompany with a na?
tional reputan..n. lib. ral commission.
Room llf>, & Columbus Circle.
SALESMEN, with ordinary Intelligence,
will tin,i unlimited field In our security
caving plan, salary and commission. Call
Fiscal .Service Corp., C65 Fifth ave.
SALESMEN, familiar with retail silk and
dress goods; steady positions. The P. a
F. Co.. 35S West l?lth st.
SECURITY SALESMEN
TWO AGGRESSIVE, CLEAN-CUT GEN
TLEMBN, WITH CLIENTELE AND
ABILITY TO PRODUCE ON DIVIDEND
PAYING PREFERRED STOCK; SALARY
OR COMMISSION; give FULL in.
FORMATION AND REFERENCES IN
FIRST LETTER. ADDRESS llo.V A-327
TRIBUNE.
SOUTH AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT
Skilled or technical nun can reach lo.ooo
possible employers Latin America throuah
our want columns. & cents word, minimum
11.60. Ingenier?a Internacional. 42j Tenth
avc. New York City. ?emo
STOCK SALESMEN
HIOH CLASS SALESMEN
capable of producing, to sell
preferred stocks In local enter?
prise. If you are capabls of
earning 9200 a week or mors
In commissions
WRITE FOR APPOINTMBNT
Mr. Jensen. Suits ?11.
I<?7 Broadway. Forty-second Street.
TRAVELLING SALESMAN,
not over 46.
who would like to locate In
New York City,
and who can furnish undoubted
evidence of abillt} us
a salesman, la wanted
for position worth
?5.0O0 to the right man.
Drawing account against commissions.
Call on J. H. HUNTINGTON,
105 West 40th st.,
?ftsr 10 sU beAre X o'clock.
HELP WANTED MALE
STOCK SALESMEN
piar? ?teel <? irpora'ion 8fc pref*rr?d stock,
with bonus 5(1% common; estimated earning
over 60rr; similar steel company organized
by same Interests earned 7,ci lam year;
common ?old 4*1,1 premium. Examined and
licensed under Ohio blue sky laws; Inveutl
rale today. Pltlsburg T'.nnlnte and Steel
Corporation, 170 Hreadway. New York,
HELP WANTED FEMALE
A I,APT WILL CALL upon people whoa?
ntmea wo desire to have on our honor
roll, will lind (li< work (ielljf lit ful. Insplr
| ins and hlghlv profitable: only high class
representative can be used, but she ?111
be given permanent place If In earnest anil
reliable. Call ihia afternoon, 220 We?)
42d at., Suite 2307.
BOOKKEEPER: mu?t bo experienced, S.
Monday ^ Sons, 114 South 1st ?t., Brook?
lyn.
CLERICAL WORKERS who want
i o cet out of a rut and learn a
profession which Include? type?
writing; offers an opportunity to
do executive work and |>a>s up 10
tl f>00 a year. Apply Western
Union, itocm 1702, 24 Walker St.,
(near Ca*al and Broadway), New
York
GIRLS
and
WOMEN
We need active girls and
women to fill vacancies in
this organization.
The work is interesting,
under pleasant conditions
and not factory.
No experience needed.
We will teach you to become
Order Pickers
Packers
Examiner
BEST PAY
GOOD OPPORTUNITIES.
Hours 8:30 to 5:30
1 P. M. Saturday.
Call all week.
The Charles William Stores.
25 Washington St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
HOUSEWORKBR and NURSEMAID in
family of I wo adults with two children
in Rutherford. N. J. ; good home ^tnd
wages. Mr. Goff. t>0 Broadway. Rector
7000.
LADY TO HANDLE FIRST CLASS
?hares in a growing; concern. Good propoal. ;
tlon to right party. Commission and ?alary. 1
Write P. O. Box 44, Times Square Station, |
New York City.
SALESLADIES TO LEARN TO
EMBROIDER WITH PATENT
NEEDLEi DEMONSTRATORS
PAID ?20 TO START; NO
CHARGE FOR TEACHING. 343
WEST 5STH. COLUMBUS?4571.
SALESLADIES; $2.r>o day: no experience
nei essary. fall Weisbecker, 270 West
125th el.
YOUNG WOMEN,
17 TO ?5 YEARS OF AGE,
TO BECOME
LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE OPERATORS
No experience necessary; $12 p?r
week while learning; permanent
position-, with sick benefits, pen?
sions, Apply in person, between
9 A. M.-6 1'. M.. or by letter.
Room 530, 24 Lispenard St.,
NEAR CANAL AND BROADWAY
THE AMERICAN
TELEPHONE-TELEGRAPH
COMPANY.
WOMEN WITHOUT EXPERIENCHI
who wish to learn u business
which offers permanent employ?
ment and a good salary. Apply
Western Union, Room 1702,' 24
Walker St. (near Canul and Broad?
way), New York.
YOUNG. LADIES, clerical; also file clerks
und typists. Call 135 William Bt., 12th
floor.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT.?Practical man desires ad
ditional work; moderate charge. Tele?
phone 2175 Richmond Hill. Keenan, 1612
Woodhaven Boulevard, Woodhaven, N. Y.
ACCOUNTANT?Certified, audits, reports, ?
systems; highest credentials, Willcox,
488 St. Nicholas ave. Mornlngsldo t375.
INTELLIGENT MAN, Jewish, single, who
lias charte i.f two bad. ward boys, 12
yebis in a private family, wishes the same
position. Address ilmuwiu, lti6 East
2d Bt.
YOUNG MAN, 21, apeales French nnd Ger?
man, wants position with reliable firm
doing business in France or Germany. A.,
Box 310, Tribune O nice,
20U ?lulled cooks, butlers. Japanese
Agency, Kuiih.ua. 804 Sixth ave. Bryant
7931.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALB
HOUSEKEEPER. ? Middle aged woman I
wishes position as working housekeeper by 1
business people or bachelor apartment. J.
Fried, care Of Mr? Kronowitz, Apt. 2C, 1142 !
Longfellow aie. Dronx. No cards.
Yill'Nil VVl'MAN. cultured, would like
position as travelling secretary with lady
of refinement. E. S., 1277 l'inson Place,
l-'ar Rock a way, N. V.
BUSINESS CARDS
Carpet Cleaning
CARBKI L CARPET CLEANING COM
l'AN? Cleans by compressed air, steam,
Iniiui or on floor. i]'> Bast 4Mb st. l'OE &
BRANDT, Telephone 133 Murray Hill.
Diamond!
DIAMONDS
JEWKLKT BOUGHT, PLEDGES REDEEMS!?.
AJTRA1NING. ESTATES BOUGHT.
ROTHKRUG BROS.
S42 i'Uf'TH AVK. NEW TOHK.
Room 84. Ttion* Murrw? Ulli 374?.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY BOUGHT
' ?TOR CASH, estates appraised, purchased.
BENNETT, 170 Broadway, upstairs.
Furniture
HIOHBST PRICES paid for furniture, an
UqU'S. pianos, bric-a-brac, books, art,
etc. GAHAV, 88 University Place, 'Phons
Studvesant 2377.
WILLOW AND REED FURNITURE. ?
Special August sale. Direct from manu?
facturer. Mee us first; It will pay you.
Loo* Beach Willow Co.. St? Bast 41?? ?L
Transports Dae the Next Two Days
To-day
The Peerless, St. Nazair? August. 15, carries 54, including t BaBe Section Per?
sonnel Adjutant's Office; Ordnance an?/ Engineer Convoy.
The H. R. Mallory, Brest August 20, carries 589, Including 336th Supply Com?
pany ; 405th and 40fith Brest Convalescent Detachments.
The Iowan, Brest August 19, cnrriei 60O, including 397th Service Park Unit;
12th Salvage Company; 304th Field Remount Squadron; 7Sth Ordnance Casual Com?
pany; 16th Salvase Squad; 324th Clothintr and Bath Unit: 312th Laundry Unit; 480th
Motor Transport Company; 32Sth Butchery Company; 34th Service Company (Signal
Corps Detachment) ; 3'i2d Wngon Company.
The South Bend, Brest August 1!?. carries 369, including 310th Service Battalion
Headquarters and Company A; 513d Motor Transport Company and Salvage Squad
No. SOG.
The Santa Leonora, Brest August 1?, carries 260, Including 287th Military Police
Company: 29th Sanitary Squad.
The Graf Waldersee, Brest August 18, carries 281st Provisional Battalion, Medi?
cal ,DeUehment and Casuals.
The Pastores. Brest August 21, carries 1.473, Including Service Park Units Nos.
421, 531, 6321 307th Repair Unit, Sections 13 and 15: 327th Repair Unit, Sections 9
to 12; 36th Depot Service Company; 492d Motor Transport Company; 327th Supply
Company; 321st Butchery Company.
The Orizaba, Brest August 22, carries 1.781, Including 28th Infantry. Field and
Staff, Headquarters Supply, Machine Gun Battalion, Medica! Detachment and 1st
Battalion (complete) i 1st Engineer?, 1st Battalion Headquarters, Medical, Veterinary
and Ordnance Detachments, Companies B and Ci Tst Dixinion Headquarters and
Headquarters Troup Detachmeht.
To-morrow
The SJerra, Brest August 22, carries 886, including 307th Repair Unit, Group A ;
30Sth Repair Unit, Group A ; 25th Company Transportation Corps ; 36th Company
Transportation Corps.
Sun rises... 6 :19 a.m.'Run sets... 7 ?33 p.m.
Moon rises..11:22 a.m.IMoon s?t?.. 9:50 p.m.
Local Official Forecast.?Unsettled and
slightly warmer to-day. Probably showers
and thunderstorms. To-morrow fair. Mod?
erate south winds.
Local Official Record.?The following of?
ficial record shows temperatures during the
last twenty-four hours, in comparison with
the corresponding date of last year:
1918.1919. 1918.1919.
8 a. m.... 69 61 3 p. m.,.. 82 77
?S a, m . . . till C2 6 p. in... . 77 75
9 a. m_ 70 63 :? p. m_ 70 71
12 noon.... 74 72 HI p. m.... 72 ? 70
Highest. 7S (at 4:07? p. m.) ; lowest, 59
(at 7 a. m.) ; average, 68; average same
dato last year, 75.
Humidity
8 a. m ... 78 1 p. m. . . 46?8 p. ni. ... 75
Barometer Readings
S a. m, 30:09,1 p. m. 30:08 8 p. m. 30:08
Other People's Weather
WASHINGTON. Auk. 29. Pressure is
low over the upper lake region and high
over the north Rocky Mountain region and
'off the South Atlnntic coast.
During the last twenty-four hour? showers
and thunderstorms have occurred in the
lower Missouri, the Ohio and middle Missis?
sippi Valley, the upper lake regon, Tennes?
see and Florida. Elsewhere throughout the
country the weather has been generally fair.
Temperatures have risen slightly over cen?
tral and northern districts from the Missis?
sippi Valley eastward and arc generally
near or above normal throughout the coun?
try.
The outlook is for showers and thunder?
storms Saturday over the lower lake region,
portions of the Middle and North Atlantic
states and Florida and on Sunday in the
east Gulf states and Florida. Elsewhere
east of the Mississippi River the weather
will be generally fair. Temperature changes
will be unimportant except that it will be
slightly warmer in the Middle Atlantic and |
North Atlantic states Saturday.
Forecasts fer Special Districts.-- Eastern ,
New York and Eastern Pennsylvania, un- ;
settled and slightly warmer Saturday ; prob- ?
ably shower and thundertorms ; Sunday i
fair. !
Western New York and Western Petin- ]
sylvania, showers and thunderstorms Satur
day ; Sunday fair.
New England, unsettled and xvarnier Sat
urday ; Sunday showers and thunderstorms.
The District of Columbia, Delaware, New '
Jersey and Virginia, unsettled and slightly !
warmer Saturday; Sunday fairi.
Going On To-day
DAY
Free admission to Aquarium,
American Museum of Natural History.
Admission freo.
American Museum of Safety. Admission !
free.
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Admission !
free.
Van <'ortlan.lt Park .Mum un.. Admission
free.
New York Zoological Park. Admission
lie-.
American National Exhibition, Waldorf
Astoria Hotel
Convention, National Association of Hoards
of Pharmacy, Pennsylvania Hotel.
Convention. American Conference of Phar?
maceutical Faculties, Pennsylvania
Hotel.
Fi?ld (lay, American Junior Naval and
Marine Scout?, South Field Columbia
University Athletic Grounds, 11 ?it h
Street and Broadxvay, 1 p. m,
EVENING
Overseas show. "Byes Right," Community
Playhouse, Forty-fourth Street, west of
Broadxvay, s p. in.
ART EXHIBITS
Art Alliance of America?Exhibition of
Illustrations and sculpture.
Church of the Ascension Parish House, 12
West Eleventh Street?Summer exhibi?
tion by younger artists.
City Club, 56 West Forty-fourth Street?
Summer exhibition.
Knoedler & Co., 5f>G-558 Fifth Avenue?
Twelfth annual summer exhibition.
Metropolitan Museum?-Summer exhibition
of tapestry anil laces.
Pumt Box Gallery, 43 Washington Square?
Monotypes and paintings by Adelo Klaer.
Shipping News
High Water
A. M. P, M.
Sandy Hook. 11:86 11:84
Governor's Island. 12:00 12'15
Hell Gate. 11.40 1-5*
Arrived Yesterday
Departure.
Gansfjord.Barai
Vlndella. . .Glasgow. Xu?. 14
Pennyworth.Brest. Aug 17
Lake Cry si al.A nt i I la. Aug. 22
Philadelphia.Sau Juan_ Aug 2.1
Hortensius.Liverpool_ Aug. it;
l.alie Louise.Preston. Aug. 22
>VLO\'.Algiers. Aug. s
Plattsburg.Brest. Aug. 21 ;
Panama u.Brest. Aug. 11 j
Lake Jessup.Boston. Aug. 27 '
Carlb.Bristol. Aug. 13
BUSINESS CARDS
Men's Clothing
A.?we r.rr gentlemen's discard- I
cd clothing, business suits, overcoats '
fur lined coats, full dress, Tuxedos, pants' i
shoes of .very description; positively pay
mon- (han others. Call, write or 'phone
Meyer Horowitz, 447 Seventh ave. Greeley
GENTLEMEN: We buy clothes for cash;
also sell. Gottlieb, 139 Ludlow at.
Multigraphenv?Stenographers
Multigraphlng, stenography, typewriting -,
all hours; reasonable. Coyne, 116 Nassau
St. Beekman 473.
Pawn Tickets
Pawntickets Diamonds
Full Value Paid. Appraising. Licensed
ROSE & CO ,l6i 7th Avt>- <??-&? st.).
Trunks
RELIABLE TRUNKS, suit cases, travelling
bags, wardrobe trunks, brief cases at
P?ug' P":lcnB Guaranteed U<~<, saving.
(.'has. Seh war? Co.. Estab. 186S, 13 East
nity ml.e.near Klfth aVC- Free *??"??
BIG BARGAINS?New and used wardroh*
trunks. ??? it. ?*??A*???
INCOMING STEAMERS
Due To-day
Vessel. Port. Departure.
: Pan non: a.Taranto. July 31
Munalrcs.Buenos A y res. July 17
I Ab?iisarc:.Sania Maria. Aug. ID
i Giuseppe Void I.Genoa.
! Soul li Lend.Brest.
Iowan.Brest.
I H, R. Mallory.Brest.
I Ipswich.Rotterdam,.. Aug. i3
Columbia.Glasgow. Aug. 20
! Graf Waldersee.Biest. Aug. 1 1
6a n ta Leonora.I?, rest. Aug. 21
Pastores.Bitst. Aug. 21
Orizaba.Brest. Aug. 22
Due To-morrow
Sierra.Brest. Aug. 22
OUTGOING STEAMERS
Sail To-day
Mall Vessel
Closes Sails
:ia Lorraine, Havre- ? 30 AM 12:00 M
Plica rl'Abruzzl, Naples 0:110 VM I 00 ?M
Jiac-s. Hamburg. B :00 AM l 0u I'M
Topajoz, Santos. 7.00 AM 10:00 AM
Tungus, Bahia. 7 00 *.\l lu.00 AM
Jean, Buenos Mrps... 10:00 AM i m) PM
Carnianid Liverpool... S.30AM i: ?Oil
Bailie. Liverpool .?:80 AM 12.00 M
Row George, Plymouth 8:30 AM '.?;00 M
Snxonia, Havre. S'<80 AM 1.2:00 M
Rosalind, Halifax. 11.30 AM li.?0M
W. M. Tupper, Kingston 8 .'30 .i'l MiOO M
Esperanza, Havana ... . 900 A.M 12.00 M
Sail To-morrow
Charybdis, Bermuda.. 11:30 AM 2:00 PM
Agamemnon, Brest... - 12:00 M
hail .Monday
I Defiance, London .... - 12:00 it
Waubesa. Antwerp...- 12:00 M
AMERICAN PORTS
BOSTON, Am; 29.?Arrived: Steamers
Kalomo iHr.l, Calcutta via Gibraltar;
City of Montgomery, Savannah: Howard.
[Philadelphia, Gloucester, Baltimore and
Norfolk. Sailed: Steamer? Malvcrn Range
(Br.). Glasgow; City of Montgomery, Sa?
vannah.
CHARLESTON, S. C, Aug. 29.?Arrived :
Steamers Waalhaven (Du.), from Rotter?
dam; Navarra (Span.), from Galveslon for
Malaga und Barcelona; Assinlppi. from
New York.
CITY ISLAND, N. Y.. Aug. 29. -Bound
?\tlvin Austin, Boston for
York
phia for Rotterc,....
(?ALVESTON, Aug. 29. Arrived: Steam
era El Alba. New York: Berwin, Liverpool
via BrunswicK. Sailed: Steamers Mexi?
cano, Baltimore; Nueces, New York.
JACKSONVILLE, la., Aug. 29.?Arrived:
Steamers Kalab, Boston via Charleston;
A piche, New York via Charleston. Sailed.
Steamer Lenape, New York via Charleston.
SAND KEY, Kla., Aug. 29. Passed east,
29th: Pemandina; 29th: El Valle, WH-|
helo, .lebzen, Morgan liner. Passed west,
28th:. Radlolene (Er.), 'loi,.do; 29th: Az?
tec (Nor.). War Mogul (Br.)
KEY WEST, Aug 29. Arrived: Steam?
ers Masculle, l'oit Tamp, and sailed for
Havana; Miami. Havana, and sailed for
I'orl Tampa; City of Philadelphia, Punta
Rassa, and sailed for Havana; Princeton,
Tampico, via Matanzas; lioppi r 62, Sugua
La Grande.
MARCUS HOOK, Aug. 29. Passed
down: Steamers Lake Licking, Philadel?
phia for Sagua La Grand.-; Merrimaek,
Philadelphia, fur avannah and .Jackson?
ville.
MOBILE. Aug. 29.?Arrived : Steamer
Florida, Purl Arthur; barges Madison and
City of San Antonio. Havana, Mingo and
Allegheny, Pon Arthur.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 29,?Cleared:
Steamer Corslana, Mobile; Jalsco (Mox.).
Progrcsso; Lake Dualie, Mobile; N'atica
(Br.), Shanghai via Colon ami Honolulu;
Nubian (Br.), Liverpool; South Port (I'.r.i,
Genoa and Marseilles via Norfolk, Suri
nanu-. Port Barrios via Savannah, Tiplon,
Havana, Torres, Tampico; Vilurvia (Br.),
Gravesend, England, via Norfolk.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Aug. 29. Ar?
rived: Steaiin-rs Aagol (Nor.), christiania:
Harold (Nor.). Philadelphia; Lake Wi
nooskl, New York. Cleared: Steamers Ac
comae, New Orleans; Lake Kyttle, Sa
\ a ninth.
NI IRFOLI
Sailed: Steamers Communlpaw, Algiers;
West Haven, Newport News; bark Brosuolr
(Nor.), Pcrnambuco; bark Canterbury
(Nor ). Buenos Avies.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 29. ? Arrived:
Steamers Herbert L. Pratt, Port Lobos;
W. M. Irish, Port Lobos, J. w. Vandyke,
Beaumont; Lake Culstoga, Nuevitas, York
Harbor, Porto Rico; Weal Waona, Bor
deau; Ontario, Boston; Lake l.ida, Bos
ton; Knights Island. Wilmington bel ?
Randolph s Warner, New York
PORTEAOS, Aug. 29.?Arrived: Steam?
ers Harry Earnum, Tampico; Irmiuoia
(Br.), United Kingdom: Lake Cuhoon
Caribbean; Magician (Br.), Calcutta;
Monarch (Br.), Norfolk: Santa Alicia
(Br.), Mobil.-; Seyldijk t Dutch), Havana.
Sailed: Steamers !?'. D. Asche, New York;
omoa (Hon.I.i, Omoa via PoTt Cortez
Panama Maru (.lap.), Kobe and Yoko?
hama via Cristobal and Tacoma; bark
Cristobal Llusa. (Urug.), Barcelona via
Mala g a.
PORTLAND, Me., Aug. 29 -Sailed:
Steamer Lake Maurepas, Manchester,
England; Noithern Wave, Norfolk- Co?
vens, Norfolk,
REEDY ISLAND, Del. Aug. 29? Passed
down: Steamer? Kremlin (Belg.), Phlla
de ph a for Rouen; Kasbek (Belg.), Phila?
delphia for Antwerp, Antinous (Br.),
Philadelphia toe Gibraltar (for ord.-rs)
Crema (Hal.) Philadelphia for Gibraltar
(tor orders); Python. Philadelphia for St. j
,.r?;A wK->'NAJ!. Aus- "-? Arrived: Steam?
ers Afel (NeW), l'hlladelphla; City of
Augusta Boston; Persian. Jacksonville
er .Mont icello. Havre
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass.. Aug 29 ?
An,i'V'.'m"'"1 Kstallecl: Schooner Florence
port i Vi'' i.New? ?Y"r!: tor an Bastorn
', ,,, v'"'v: , Schooner Allen Gurney
(from New York), Nantucket.
FOREIGN l'ORTS
?T?B^k-^: ?S
st''?m?rT;^MAf;E', Au* ?.-Arrived!
Gibradur *' ' ' S * (Ual)' New Turk vis
T?'P?^t,;Arrl-: ?
< OPEMIAQEN A,,cr m .
Steamer* I.-,, <? , ,' , v- g "? ? Arrived!
'S- '?-,;>-.,'^-^oik.Vit
(Belg.), Now York vin Norfolk; Tunica,
Baltimore via Newport News,
UUNGENBSS, Aug. 28. -Passed: Steamer
PolybluB, New Vork for Rotterdam.
FASTNET, Aug. 28.?Passed; Steamer
Graciana (?ir). Halifax and St. John, N.
B., for Liverpool.
GOTHENBURG, Aug. 16. - Arrived:
Steamers Slljnn (Swell.). New York : ISth,
Hla (Swed.), New Orleans via Norfolk;
10t.li. Larenburg, Baltimore; Yehama. Bal?
timore via Oiiriiiiouth, Zavallo, Phlladel
'? phia via Lelth.
HAVRE, Aug. 26.?Arrived: Steamers
Balosaro, Ouadeloupe via St. Thomas and
Fayal; Serpentine, Puerto Plata via !!??:?
tllUd.l
KOBE, Aug. 23.?Sailed Steamer Gaelic
Prlncp, from Hong Kong, etc.. for New
York.
LA PALLICE, Aug. 24 ? Arrived:
Steamer Went Queches, Newport News.
LEGHORN. Aug. 22.?Arrived : Stoamcr
Caterina Gcrolomich (Ual.;, Norfolk via
Gibraltar,
LIVERPOOL Aug. 28.?Sailed: Steam?
ers Clan Skene (Br.), Montreal; Dlgby I
(Br. ), St. John's, N. F.
LIZARD, Aug. 2S.?Passed : Steamers
Constant!? (Cuban). New York via Plica- 1
I delphia for Rotterdam", Wm. N. P.?<-, ,
Philadelphia tor Rotterdam; 23-.li, Hand-1
I wyk, Baltimore for Amsterdam.
MANCHESTER, Aug. 27. Arrived:
Steamer Manchester Exchange (Br.).
I Philadelphia. Soled 27th: Steamer Man-?
ehester Merchant : Hr.,, si. .lohn, N. B.
MANILA. -vug. 27.?Sailed: Steamer
Kashtma Maru (Jap.), Tacoma.
MARSEILLES, Aug. 2?. ? Arrived:
West Ekonk. Baltimore
NEW CASTLE, Aug. 28. ? Arrived: ;
Steamer Angelina, Beaumont, Tex.
PiMlT SAID, Au?-. 25. ?Arrived: Steam?
er Oreka (Br.), Calcutta via Colombo for
Nexv York.
PRESTON. Eng.. Aug. 2S. ? Arrived:
i Schooner Augusta vV. Snow, Halifax.
OTTERDAM, Auk. 2f>?Arrived Steam.,
er- Alfred Nobel (Nor.), New Vorl.; via
Hamburg. Arrived 21st: Steamer Celaeno i
(Dutch). Savannah via New York.
ROUEN, auk. 20. Arrived: Steamer
Aral i Hv). Philadelphia.
SANTOS. Aug. 26. Arrived: Steamer
Nepos 'Nor.). Philadelphia.
TEMPLEBREEDY, Auk 28. -Arrived:
Steamer Stagpool (Br I, Montreal.
Transpacific Malls
The connecting mai's clo;-e at the Gen- ,
eral Poatofflce and City Hail Postoffloa :
stations, New Vein a; i p. m as follow?: .
Hawaii, via San Francisco, per pteamsnip ?
Mai.oa, AuguM Li!.
Japan. Corea. (Tiina. Siberia. Siam. ?. o
ehin China, Netherlands hV-t Indies and.
Philippine Islands, via. Vancouver, B. C., j
per steamship Empress of Japan, August 20. j
Hawaii. Guam and Siberia. e?m San Fran
cisco, per United Siates transport, Au?
gust 31,
Japan. Corea. China. Siam. Cochin China I
Netherlands East Indies and '.'lnlippine Isl
nridi, via Seattle, per steamship Manila
Muru. August 31,
l ipan, Corea, China, Siberia. Slam, Co?
chin China and Netherlands East Indies,
via San Francisco, per steamship Siberia.
Muru. September 2.
Tahiti, Marquesa.??, Cook Islands. New
Zealand und specially add rassort mail for
Australia, via San Francisco, per ?team
ship Moana, September .1.
Hawaii, Samoati Islands, Australia and
?p'tcl.illy-addressod mall for New Zealand,
via dan Francisco, per steamship Sonoma,
Stiptember t.
Fi.'l Island.??. New Zealand and Aus?
tralia. v!a Vancouver and Victoria, B. C,
I per steamship Makura, Indefinite.
Daylight Robbers Use
Vans in Looting Homes
Burglars who took no pains to con?
ceal their operations recently robbed
houses '.?? Queens and Manhattan in
daylight. I". both instances neighbors
saw the men at work and believed they
were employed by the owners of the
dwellings.
After plundering the home of Michael
Mulqueen. at, 41 West Eighty-fifth
Street, Manhattan, the thieves backed
a moving: van up to the door, loaded
their loot and drove away. The house
had been closed while the Mulqueens
were spending tiieir vacation ac Lake
Placid. Mr. Mulqueen is a brother of
Judge Mulqueen. The police decline to
discuss the case.
The home of Walter I. Willis, secre?
tary of the Queens Chamber of Com?
merce, a 10 Doden Lane, Flushing, was
looted last Thursday. Silver, clothing
and jewelry valued at more than $2,000
were taken. Mrs. Willis is away, and
the robbery was committed while her
husband was at business. Neighbors
saw the men, but did not interfere.
One Cigar Store Robber
I* Sent to Sing Sing
Charles Lynn, nineteen years old,
convicted of robbery in the first de?
gree, was sentenced to serve from nine
to twenty years in Sing Sing yesterday
by Judge Mclntyre in General Sessions.
He held up a United (.'?gar store.
TRAVEL TRAVEL
Great White Flier "Rensselaer
Leaves Pier 32 N. R., foot Canal St.. 9:30 A. M. VV. 132d St., 10 A. M. Yonkers P
10.45 A. M. Two-hour slay in Newburgli, returning on the same steamer, 4 P.
Music?Restaurant
HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
NIGHT BOATS TO ALBANY AND TROY, t? ANO 7 f. M.
?er,
M.
tRP*>??
Xi.
FARE ROUND TRIP ?
Ml sir. KEKHESHMKNTS.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRIP
Str. "Highlander" [<r^Trl:l^.;,,
SUNDAYS & Labor Day, Sept. 1st
Sirs. "HIGHLANDER" and "GRAND REPUBLIC"
Leave Battery 9:00; W. 132d St. 9:30 A. M.
Weekdays Str. "Grand Republic"
Leaves Battery at 9; W. ?32d St. at 9:30 A. M.
el? Hays, \dnlis v.-, Chllilri'ii :;o. Sundays and 11.?li
dnys, Adults 85e, Oil lilrcii 5."?. Ineludlng \\?r T.n.
Hiiii- Moimtuln Lin.-. Tel. Bowling Greeen 7'.;?.
Idc.it Sailing on
Long ?stand Sound
%
To New Haven
Str. Richard Peck
J.v. Pier 28, i: fl., Catharine St. 9 :30 A.M.
I,v. I'ler 70. E. lt., 22d St. 10:00 A.M.
Return, due New Vorh about 9 P. M.
Hound Trip Fare (incl. Mar Tax), $3.00.
Children $1.00.
Tickets Limited. On Sale Labor Day Only.
Sundays Only
xcursions
To Bridgeport
Str. City of Lowel!
I.v. Pier m, N. K. Houston St., 10:00 A.M.
I.v. Pier 1 I, \" R , I' : ..n St. 10:16 A M.
Return due N? xv York al oui S 1'. M.
Hound Trip Fare (incl. War Tax), $1.30.
< lilldren (J5 Centn.
Tickets Limited. On Sale Sundays Only.
Restaurant Service Lunch Counters
Music Aboard Uoth Steanu is
Enough Dm?? ashore in both cities
for sightseeing
United States Railroad Administration
New England Steamship Lines
RESORTS
NEW ENGLAND.
Gh?>
A Thousand Miles Through
NewEngJand'sScenic Wonderland
FEATURING A SECTION COMBINING
WITHIN A COMPARATIVELY SMALL
AREA MOUNTAINS, LAKES AND
ISA. J^O.KST Ot IXCUMFAKAISLK
BEAUTY.
GOOD LOADS, FIRST CLASS
'iUTKLS AND EXCELLENT
UOL1- LINKS AT EVERY POINT
Illustrated Route Book or Large Map
U Colors Free at 1180 liroudvra/, or by
nail (rom
_ ALMON C. Jl'DD
Hotel Elton tVaterbar?, Con?.
rail
VVeeUdays" TO BOSTON ?&&?
I torn Pier II. N. R.. Fulton St.. 5:30 P. M.
Oi-elieslra on Each Bout.
NEW BEDFORD LINE. Sus I v. Pier 40,
N K Houston St.. daily es. Sun..I; P. M.
M H LONDON (NORWICH LINK), Str.
lvs Pr 40 X R., Houston St.. wk. days only
6:30 P M. Lv. Pr 70, E R.. 22(1 St.. 6 P. JL
BRIDGEPORT LINK, Str. lvs. Pr. ?7. E
It wk. days 3 )' M. Pr. TO, E. lt.. J:l*
P." M. Sundays. 4:45 P. M.
'THE
'UBT.IC BE PLEASED."
LINE
By Boat
A Rail
PROVIDENCE ? $2.97
ALL OUTSIDE STATEROOMS ?I.08 to $3.2*
/ Hoih ('rices Include War Tax.
Boat Leaves Pier 39. North River. Dally 4. Sunda).
at 5:30 P. M. 'Phono Spring 9491.
... ?ter,$4.l3. I'rovidence direct.82.70.
STATEROOMS, $1.08, Sl.(>'-' and SI.Id.
Dully, including Sunday, a:M P. M.
Prom Pier 10. E. Il 'Phono 2700 Beekmtn.
Tickets at Pier or Consolidated ticket office?.
METROPOLITAN LINE
All the Way by Wal
Always in SlgSt of Lan4
VIA CAPE COD CAN>L
Daylight through the Canal bath uiags.
Leave Pier 1". Pool of Murray St. Dally
i .Sundays Included; at 6:U0 P. M. far?
J5o5. Tickets and Information at Wharf.
Tel Barclay 6000.
RESORTS
NEW YORK STATE
PAUL SMITH'S HOTEL
Cottages and Camps
September Is Glorious
in the Adirondacks
(iolf. Motoring, and all outdoor
life enjoyed.
Speelal Autumn rates. Ad.1res?
Paul Smith's Hotel Co.
Paul Smith'?, N. Y.
Br?arelii? Lodge
BRIARCL1FF MANOR. N. t.
"Open till after T?utAlteriT??s"
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
BUSINESS CARDS
Daska and Office Fornitura.
\??tDESKS
Office Furniture
in great variety
it atyle a?d price
IG.SELLEW
111 FULTON ST.
flaw VwK.
MASSACHUSETTS
HEATON HALL
STOCKBRIDGE, MASS.
OPENS JUNE 16th
Delightfully located, splendid 18-hole golf
cours?. Muslo r,f exceptional merit. Writ?
for Road Map and Booklet.
W. G. H.AVILL. MGR.
NORTH ASHl'RY PARK, N. J.
NEW MONTEREY HOTEL,
NORTH A?BLRY PARK. N. J.
THE LEADING RESORT HOUSE OFTHE WORLD
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
"THf. NATION'S HKALTH SHOP "
HEALTH t? CrriCltNCY
A Ctrmicide Climate and C'lran Street?
No Oust. No Dlrl. Innumerable Outdoor
Recreations and Indoor Entertainments
Ownership Management Josiah White & Sons Co.
rrm
lYMOKE.ATi?mc
waiiS(aEiir?STtt3TB
TRAVEL
TRAVEL
SUNDAY and LABOR DAY
ALL-DAY HUDSON TRIPS Si
Th? ye.r m??:, ,, , retl
-^^TfHI'5^/ >-- L- ?ud?tin ?board
BWfl r. |?ai iTiA,
"BEMJ. B. ODELL"
Newburch, Beacon $?
Poufhkeepsi? $| so
(RO? SI) i iMi -
?
?
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
SPECIAL LABOR DAY SAIL
Up the Beautiful Hudson to
A Delightful Trip to the World'? Greatest Playground on
the Largest and Most Palatial River Steamer in the World,
?SB* A ?***- " "
_I Morse
Leaves Pier 32, N. R-, foot Canal St.. at 9 15 A M. ,-nd
from the foot of West 132nd St. at 10:00 A M
tound $,g .oo children 75? Refreshrnpnls
Trip J. (inc. War Tax ) ^^ ^^
Fil sut l??er und Freigut Servie??
Aquitartia .Sept. 18
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL
Carmar.id .Sept. 2
Orduna .S :pt. 23
C3imania .Oct. 4
Orduna .Oct. 28
Carmania .Nov. 8
NEW YORK to CHERBOURG and
SOUTHAMPTON
Mauretania .Oct 13
Mauretania .Nov. 8
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH. HAVRE
and SOUTHAMPTON
Royal George.Aug. 30
Royal George.Oct. 4
Rova! George.Nov. 1
, NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH and CHERBOURG
Caronia .-.Sept. 24
Caronia .Oct. 29
NEW YORK io PLYMOUTH, HAVRE
and LONDON
Saxonia .Aug. 30
. Saxonia.Oct. 4
Saxonia.Nov. 6
NEW YORK to PIRAEUS
Pannonia.Sept. ?
NEW YORK to GLASGOW
Columbia .Sept. 6
BOSTON to GLASGOW
Elysia . Sept. 20
' Scindia .Sept. 30
21-24 STATE STftEET. NEW 1UHK
INTERNATIONAL
MERCANTILE MARiKE
LINES
AMERICAN
?BLACK 5?A SERVICE
N. V.?CONST iNTlNOPI.E?CONST VNZ \
Black Arrow.Sept. 15
Exrellont Afcommndtition for (.??.: Class
1'assejiKPrs. I?jiIph ?>:? .\|>pli-:il inn.
PHILADELPHIA?LIVERPOOL
! Haveriord .Sept. 20
WHITE STAR
, N. Y.?CHERBOURG? SOUTHAMPTON
| Adriatic .Sept. 20
Lapland .Oct. 4
NEW YORK?LIVERPOOL
Baltic.1 P. M., Aug. 3C
: Celtic.12 Noon, Sept. 10
'? Cedric., .3 P. M., Sept. 2C
Baltic .Oct. 6
NEW YORK-AgORES~CIBRALTAR
NAPLES?GENOA
: Cretic .Sept. 2C
Office?, 9 Broadway, - NftW Vor?
And The BATTLEFIELDS
FIRST TOURS SAILING
To liante, Belgium and Italy. Six
weeks to two months. Write at
once to insure membership am!
steamship reservations.
.AImi Tours to the Pacific Northwent,
Ju!?m-( liiria anil Round the World.
Si-lid for Booklet Desired.
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.
225 fifth Ai<-., New York.
I C0MPA6HIE GEN?MLETSANSATLANTI?U?
Expreso Poatel ?ervice
PROPOSED DEPARTURES
Ku?ifrt t.) change without :i.,tl??
NEW YQRK?HAVRE
la Lorraine ..alo.
p<h 11 vm1seal.sept.
la savoie .....skit.
FRANCE.t . . MIT.
LA KM RAISE.SEPT.
LA LORRAINE.SEPT.
IK \.M K .OCT.
KOCHA.UBEAl. OCT.
NEW YORK?BORDEAUX
NIAGARA ..AUG.
CHICAGO.SEPT.
COMPANYS OFFICE. 19 STATE ST.. N.
19
Swedish American Line
S. STOCKHOLM
M'O TONS
OISPL.
SEPT. ?;-()< T. 28. NEW \OKK
DIRECT TO GOTIIENBI HO. SWEDEN.
Short route to SCANDINAVIA. ? Imr
ineetiou? to Germany Ami all part?
of C<
PASSENGER OFFICE, u'l Siat? St.
N. V.
RED "D" UNE gT^LFs.^l^l
Kelt POBTO Biro. CCBACAO ? fDI/l?*
PHILADELPHIA.Sept MARACAffiO_Sept. 10
CARACA?. Sept IT ZI LIA. Sept 2?
Sillier.or A'- 'ii;":i<?i,!"t,, f,r l'a ,.,-.:, t. . ?,
1?LI-S DALLE PI S: C? tii u! VI -?
PV n? 5170 H :, -i.t ?_? \\ at| s.r, i
SUNDAY AFTERNOON SAIL
To Newhiirirli ami K??iiirn
Str. "Newburgh"
, Lea\e? Franklin St., ) P at.; W. 129th
St.. 1 30 P. M
Munir, Restaurant, l.unrhroom.
i .1 e n i r a I Hudson Lin?
1 *
Hudson f\iver
by Daylight
DAII T. INCH DI?O ?I *?>AT
WnnhiriKK.n Irving ' "Hend? ik iindaaa*
"Robert I ill?.?,." -Albany."
',' " ' '?'? a. All ta-ou,,
rail tickets brtwe - ; A.b4?
accepted - "w
Id*-al one-daj online?
NORTH toiMj '. " ?J* ' ?
.... ?urk
i..?, - . -t .
Vv??l 4-.' R|
W'eat IJMtii .-??
A I*
t. ?o
B??r M
?ai P . '. -t .-. i
K ? .-? 1 ;
III
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lit
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i:,
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relepliiin? ? anal ? I
HudsoiiT River
ay Line
I'eabroxet it. |>i.r
EXCURSIONS
C. R. R. of N.J.
SUNDAY AUG. 31
LAKE HQPATCONC $1.50
1 \\ ?- I ? i .
I ? ... ',-.
"40 a tu. .1 . :. - . . v , ? it?
B.?8 n.m.. Ilroad S| Newark ?43 a.?
MAUtH CHUNK $2.00
? ?' m i.. -. i
Leave V. ,1 - M a ia
\. " !.. ksi.n \?, i. s ? ? i
'-. M . Uro? I M N \. M
ATLANTIC CuT S2.50
(Wir Tai , 11
? en>!. ?,?.,.,! rit? M
H ?"?O II III.. .?, >,,:, < , . , ( ?;,
i.iH a.m.. r ,,. st., Newark < (W a.?
The Idea! Trip
Saturday Afternoon
To West Point
or Newburgh
' I0MER RAMSDELl leu?
ip. m n * ' Ji
I . M . \\ . . . ( p^g,
' rh >> B. 0D1 lI I T P
. \ rl
'A I ICHKEI PSIi ? ~ Frank??.
?' 2-0 P M.. W 1 ? p. M.. foe
.' ' ''" '
" ' I.-.?
'.'? . '?'
COTRAL HUDSON LINE
??ron Steamboat (?a
CONEY ISLAND
'.'-A M''-"'" '*? ? I'??*' Without Nolle?
1-1AU. \\ KST I2UTII STREET:
.. .'? ''? ? " H:I5 A M 5, : ??.
- '?'? - 30, ins, , . p M.
,. . ,'K vv ' ?''I I! I. NORTH KIVERl
lO-O, 11:1o x m .. , ?_. il,
' * '? ' ? i ?
LVK. STEEPLE? II LSI < ,.\i v 1-1 VM>
A M.. 12
?' ?
Trips marked - do'not go ?"o 120th Ht.
rrip!. marked + do no) Mop il PI? l.N ??
ROCKAWAY BEACH
'?'' "? li'-> St., ? pi?, i s K.. 10 ?'
A. M.. 2:15 l\ ?: Rockaway. . iJ0P.lt
telephone. W liiieli.ill 1279.
STEAMER
DOWN THE BAY TO
Atlantic Highlands
Kart
.14?.
' '?' I <o ? f- ?"
Lv. Buttery f
H-t Lv. Hm.il.nd-. ^^^^^^^^^^^
-j''.? A_M Jr,p made Monday. ???t l?t
Tel?, llrtwd
,? IS*"
MUSIC?DANCING .?
Season Closes Sunday, Sept. ?*?
LONG ISLAND SOUND
BY DAYLIGHT
Str. Chester W. Chap?n
To New London?Mondays Odj
Lv. Pier iO, N R . Hi irtoh St . H *? -\.*
Lv. l-i,-r 70, K. It 23d St 10 10 A. ??
1>..?-- Ne? London?S ir> P M. _
Tickets and information *t all V. S. ? Jr
Administr?t! m Consolidated Ticket OW"
KE?fiSHK
?suiery i t
Sundays & Labor Day
FOR ill MILAN?*
IH'KAMt ??<_
RED HANK UalU.
I S3?, ,,. ! I *
;. a. m . 3.15 p- m ..a?
Franklin St.. I 31), ??
BaUary. S:M. ?*???

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