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Germany $1,154*700. *? * Prosecutor Alleges Harprr Says Ho Will Show Dr. Rumely Bought Paper With Money Raised on Imperial Treasury INores T] e trial of Kdward A. Kumrly. for? mer proprietor and editor of The New YorV Evening Mail, was begun yes efore Judge William !. Grubb United States District Court. r>r R imely was indicted in August. 191g, for alleged perjury and con-| ?piracy to conceal from the Alien Property Custodian the alleged German ownership of The Evening Mail, S. Waiter Kaufman, former counsel for the German Embassy, and Norvin K. Lindheim, an attorney, are co defendants. Their attorney isj Max Steuer Or. Rumely is being defended by Stephen C. Baldwin. Harold liar per and Hugh Alcorn, special assist? ants to the Attorney General, are handling the prosocution. Mr. Harper said that Dr. Rumely pur? chased The Evening Mail on June 1, liUr., and paid that he would -..rove thnt the $750.000 necessary for its pur? chase was obtained from Dr. Heinrich Aibcrt, commercial attach? of the Ger? man Embassy, through the acquisition <>f" certain imperial treasury notes is? sued April 15 by the German govern? ment. The prosecution paid that it would I prove that the German government, through dummies, spent a total of $1, 1 164,700 on The Evening Mail. Henry L. Stoddard, present owner land publisher of The Evening Mail, I was the first witness. He said thai Dr. Rumely had informed him on his word of honor that nun? but American citizens were interested in the pur chare of his newspaper. The next witness was Frank M. Lambin, a business manager, who was secretary and treasurer of the S. S. McClure Newspaper Corporation, the holding company for The Evening Mail during Dr. Kumely's ownership. Mr. Lambin told of a breakfast meet? ing in the Rit?-Carlton Hotel early in 1916 at which Dr. Albert, Dr. Dcrnburg and Dr. Rumely were present, He said that tb.e conversation was general and that, newspaper condition.*-, throughout the United States were discussed, Percy M. (handler, president of Chandler ?* Co., of Philadelphia, bunk? ers, and Harry Williams jr., an em? ploye, told of floating $10,000,000 worth of German treasury notes in KM,', rind $5,000,000 worth in the early ; u! of 1017. Negotiations for the loan, Mi-, Chandler said, wore conducted by l)i. Albeit, and the ngreonent for his company's part in the affair was drawn up by Mr. Lind heim. The dial will he continued this morning, Slavrr of SwcM-tlieart Indicted ST." LOUIS, Nov. 8.?Albert Ellis. twenty-one years old, to-day was in? dicted on a charge of first degree mur? der in connection with the killing of Miss Edna Ellis, eighteen, his former a >.(?'heart. Miss Ellis's body was found badly cut on a vacant lot near her home hero last Friday. Is there a s in Advertising? in Circulation? Not with the New York Evening Post The record of advertising carried by seven evening newspapers dur? ing October, 1920, as compared with October, 1919, follows: Gains Evening Post gained 339 cols. Evening Mail " 81 " Losses Telegram lost 773 columns Globe " 721 Sun " 381 Journal " 204 World " 113 By October 1 the circulation of the New York Evening Post had increased 22.8% over the cor? responding six months of last year ? Twice the gain of the Evening Mail (11.3%)?and Six times the gain of the Evening World (3.7%). The others all showed a loss, as follows : Journal lost 9.3% Globe " 3.9% Sun Telegram 3.4% 3.4% There is ^no "waste circulation" among Evening Post readers. They are an intelligent and prosperous audience who can afford to buy. You need only to make ikem want what you have to sel RESORTS R ESO RI RESORTS ?anadian L^at'on...?Grand Trank tv?Mm. 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Riviera, France HOTEL METROPOLE New?All Latest Comforts. 3 0?. from Sea Front and Casino?. KKSOKTS ATI..XVI H CI IV, N. ,1. In ?ftanf?c Coy ?fsfKe fw-rwto ^elBreakers I OCtAN fROM MRifROOf j iilflillA.V and ECKOFKAN ?'LAW RESORTS \ ri XVI'IC CITY, N. J. JLL\Jr~h.a. i. v fL*\je ji\ ?lj ATLANTIC CITY WHERE WINTER IS DEUGHTFUL ONLY Atlantic City can supply the never - ending delights, regardless of season, tluit impress ih.e visitor with a feeling of the sheer joy cf life. And at The 1 raymore ? Work'.'s Greatest Hotel Success ? ripht on the ocean, is fullv sensed the winter beauties of the sea-fringed sands, and the in? vigorating atmosphere, amid surround? ings of luxury, life and gayety. Superior music. Fresh and sea bathsattached all rooms. Kur.1pe.2n or American plan. fireproof throughout. Floor plana sent. Golf, theatres, piers. LAKEWOOD. N. J. LAUREL HOUSE Uk ;ewoo ?t N. J. Now Open ?w Country Club Golf Course In the alluring climate of this famous resort you will find Autumn especially de? lightful. Why not make the Laurel House your permanent Winter home? Only SI miles from New Yqrk. Service, surruuiij lnsa and social life most enjoyable A. J. MURPHY, Mjr. C. V MURPHY A>5t. t*tr. TRAVEL "The Public De PIsaieci' ' plOMI? I3II?] BOSTON $52 S PROVIDENCE $3SJ ?? STATE F.O?: AllRt --.03 lu $4.32 elude vVut Tcx TRAVF.L BY BOA ' AND SAVE MONEY DAILY and SUNDAY 5 P. M. BOAT LEAVES PIER 39 N. R. ft. W Ho-JttonSt. "hone Spring 9491 $<%~m ? I, . . ! i, ? ?> :<, ..Im:. Von? sin-, S'I.J . ill i ?? ? I ) i Pally in- tu 'M. I'ler !:? E. !. ' (J ??? - a Ticki-IH at Pier ?>: (.ill?) tu-il Office?. [M?1 ? ? ,? ' . :' . ? .' ' ' Dailj bailli v .\ ? j Sundays? nom Tier 31. N 1. . U l' '.? Si, F M . kV tiiJl S . t? .." r M ?.ii i i . i.r.eci ions j; ' o ail points r.or h, east a i 1 ?ci ?. : ? e Cans P i Express freight Service. ??'to, Carrier!. ?iuuson Naviea?icn Conpany RESORTS VTI.ANTK ? . I \ . N. .1 g ATLANTIC CITY.N.J. | j AivAnvcricaa Plan Hotel % f of DisiiuclioR?uv? RcdlCo?ivi?rt J I riREPHOOl' UMtACt. I (ira//c>rj:/!az?v\ CAPACITY GOO. Mil YORK STA : E R IL rn.'tH. i City c?. | ?-'i;, is In the country. >.,?.?. H lei ?? s, ?a.id.- horses. Uni? M uncena DA.NCI Nu 11 H.nrl t?,u-h:> I ?3?r.. Int.. U?*fc ?' :.-?% enes I ai ?. B-onxvills, N r. '? i BBeWkWmm???B??SkW?????????BB?Ba il.OIUDA LAMINGO K?SH ' Fl OR1D?S-NEV/ES MOST-BEAUTIFU :STAND t lhotelJ SURROGATES* NOTICE IN PIT.SUANCB OF AN OKI'ER OT Honorable John P. Cohaian, a Surrogats ju.'i'.i of New l'ork. NOTICE la hereby e'.ven to all persons hi.1. Ing ? !:'.m acalnst Julm Van R Hoff. :*'.r .f Washington D C, li".'?.-'-!. to pre? terit th.? i-a:'.'..; 44i:li vouchers thereof to the su v :)'?(]= at their place of transacting bus IneBs .it the office of the Metropolitan Trust Company of :he City of -New York, a: No ?0 VW..: Btreet, In the Borourh of M*r.h?: : t?n. In ihs <_':ty of New York, on or before the i0'v. j? of January next. Datei. .New Yolk., the SO'.h day of Juns. 1928 1 METROPOLITAN TRUST COMI'ANI OF THE CITY OF NEW TORK. I Kl'&?uLE M JOHNSTON. Extcutsr?. Million "Phones in Ciiv I)v Next Year, e' ?' Savs B< il Engineer Unfilled Demand Indicate."* Great Increase, He Tells I*. S. C?; To Spend on Im? provements 826,500,000 Testifying hefore the Public Service Commission, 2d District, at the third ! hearing on ?he application of the New York Telephone Company for in? creased rates, which was held in- the Hall of Records yesterday, G. W. j Whitmore, valuation engineer for the , telephone company, said that there; would hi? a million telephones in the city before the end of next year. Mr. Whitmore paid h i s estimate was | based on the unfilled demand for serv- j ice this year and the probability of a continuation of thir demand next year. There are 870,000 telephones now in use in the city, he said. The engineer testified that, according to present plans', the company would ex? pend $26,500,000 for additional plant cquipment this year. "Large as this expenditure is," Mr. Whitmore testified, "the company i ?aimed to make it even greater. We actually appropriated $33,500,000, but physical limitations, such as getting materials and labor, have prevented do? ing the larger work contemplated. Be? cause of the diminished purchasing power of the dollar, this $20,000,000 will buy onlv about the same amount of material as $13,000,000 would have purchased in 1915. The result has been that only about half of the equipment !.- s been produced which ordinarily this investment would buy."' A. D. Welsh, representative of the commercial department of the com pany, testified that from August 25, 1920, to October 27. 1920, the telephone - .mpany spent $103,968.83 for special advertising relativ?? to its appeal for increased rates. lie further testified that, with the cost, for printing pam and circulars relating- to this matter, the grand total was $129i ?7.24. The fourth hearing will be held in the Hall of Records on November 15 at 10 a. m. For Colds, Crip, Influenza and Headaehes iron* Colds take iW? ??y? ;???js (Laxative: Bromo Quinine Tablets EM PLOY M EN 1 A G EN CIES Commercial Helo?Female and Mala T, A /. A 17 H ' S The hlffff, :? -,:-. ; ,.-. . : ;-, . ... ,. ? r<-l!?bl ag? ,i? ;.. wil hits :.?:? at si ?i etlon of hel? IS HI ?Ul S-l Vil*'?. r, a ZA rar s employment agj?xc? 0 i t:?i ?I ; .i : Khi.- lancier 4044. SURROGATES' NOTICES THE PEOPLE OF TV. v. STATE OF NEW i'nrk, l ????? :'??' il: , ? ? :. (Jod, Fr? ?? and n ti o nt: Tn Charles C. Pear -. Arthur A. Pe u-ei . |,i '.. Pea i ???. i inklin \V. P M ? ;????? i m?e 11. Pe irn ! ? ?ie Pea ?<? Crip) i:- .i ? '. mu hie, Will:? r?. Rkehl -.? iry I-:. Pear?? tin lei . ? ' next of kin .' imes 1-'. Pea roe, il eased, and the . ii . inri i:-?:* "i kin of i he sa .1 Ma v h. . caree, if any, if the said Mary 13 . an .-., i, wh ?? names and p ?? ?? ? : resl dence are unknown, send greeting: Whei ea ? S isa n J . Pearce, wl i i ' ' I s at West Ei' telw .od Rer-ren C mnl y, State of Sew Jer?ie* i as la'.i :- nidi' d t th i ir rogati ??' Court of oui County of 77? v.- y ? rk ? . i Lve ?i i "it ain i ?".::? nt In v.li ited Julj ??:.:? ?ml lelatln r to both i eal anil ? ??? - ? .? ' pro] ' . duly p ov ?d is the last will and : lament of Jarnea ?? Pearce who was a I ? lime his .. .- an Idi nt ^ ?' ??? B' r i tr, County, 7 '? ". .; " ? 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' \- , 58 Pine Street, Manhat N. Y. Help Wanted ?? y Al ? Boarders Wanted ?"ass1 Want Advertisements isaassS" BuimpM Opportuni?e? Los*. Found and Rewards LOST. FOUND AND REWARD LOST?String nf pearls, diamond, platinum; ? lasp, Tuesday evening, b"tween Monroe j P] ace and Waldorf, B. R. T. subway; re? ward. 40 ?loi.-ru? Place. Brooklyn. Main ? 8649. LOST?Diamond chain and brooch, with lorgnette attachment; liberal reward offered. M. /.. Hryan, 63 East 69th St. Phone Plaza 7410. LOST?Green leather bag; monogram; J. M. P.; reward. Mrs. l'alne. Plaza 6680. Lost Bankbooks LOST?Bankbook No. S52.?9? of the Union i Dime Savings Hani; la missing. Any | person havlns a. claim to It Is hereby called ni mi lo present the samo within t'-n ?lays or submit to having said passbook, can- | ceied and a new one Issued. LOST?Bankbook No. 826,051 of the Union Dime Savings Bank Is missing. Any ; person having a claim to it is hereby called ; upon tu present the same within ten ?lays or submit to having said passbook can celed ami ?i in-w one Issued. LOST -Bankbook No. 840,005 of the Union Dime Savings Hank is missing. Any person having a claim to it Is hereby called upon to present the same within ten days sul mil to having said passbook can celed and a new one issued. LOST-?Bankbook No. 812.591 of the Union Dime Savings Bank Is missing. Any person having a claim to it Is hereby called upon to present the same within ten days or submit to having said passbook can celed and a new one Issued. LOST -Bankbook No. 718,264, of the Union Dime Savings Bank, Is missing. Any person having a ? laim to It Is hereby called upon to present the mime within tin ?lays or sub.nit to having said passbook can Ct-lli I ? rid a now one issued. LOST Bankbook No. 158,126, Union Square Savings Bank, 20 Lr.ion Square, New Vork. Payment stopped. Finder ,.. ase return to bank. LOST ; ankbook No. 142.832. North River rigs Bank, 31 West 34th st. Pay? ment B.opped. Kindly return to ban'.;. LOST Bankbook No. 143920 of tiie Excel? sior Sav m a Bank, 79 West 23d st. Pay ..' .'? : : 'I. PI ise return to bank. !.' 1ST Bill : No. 85,508 of the !'. S Savii ? Bank ? f N. Y. Payment stopped, return book to bank. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET East Side ''.'?TIL 162 BAST?Lady alone would Ilk? ? married couple i" share well furnished part nent; very reasonable, Hallahan. :.I7 room, exclusive s'-rtlon; gentlo len, couple; bath, service; reasonable. Phone Lenox 1977. West Side 12TH, 14; WEST Two sunny rooms, with kitchenette; $110: Immediate posses? sion, i al er, Chel ?ea f. ? 7 1. (0TH ST., 66 W.- Floor, 2 rooms, >ath, sinirle or en .suite; r'ferences. 71ST, 350 W --Front room, newly deco i ,- ? ?! , high class elevator apartment; piano :; l?erty 7 ;?, WEST -Elegantly furnished large. small ? tr.s; all ? onvenlences. r ifer - : ? ' imbua 4682. ?;,. (?776 ?,'."?' End ave.)?Two large elegaSitly furnlslied rooms; running water, I th adjoining; gentlemen or busi i i-? .; :?? select private house, refined . . . ii ?. ?!. ?O-lTII. 247 W ?Front room, steam, run ii ; i: '? ter; fl ri. > floor; off Bi oa iway. ::.'.- ??' ' 10 Mai hattan av )? Well fur nisheil arge ? im suitable two; kitchen prl\ Ib ?'? i?. Apt. 9. . ? R KM? iN 1' AVE., 130 ?Apt. 55)? River Drive view; b aullful rooms, kitchen pi .- ileges. HE VTH AVE 2663 (convenient Broadway, .lor? me Ave subway) ?Two rooms, pri? vat? . Kordham 4351. Brooklyn PARK PLACE, 389 ?subway)?Two beau? tiful 1 ims private lavatory, electricity; business peo? le; S7 and $15 weekly. Pros pi ?? 6i 0, PROS 'Ei ' : VCE, 951 (cor. Brooklyn :i\ : .:., gentlem n pre HOARD WANTED WAN1*E11 -A h ise In New Vork City, : ? kl..n or rrearl bs for Prot? est, iiii girl 12 :? ? .? i - o .. .vhi sh? can v. ' .'? n school hours Address Mrs. ???? v...* r.ist si HELP WANTED FEMALE Srii.sct'llsneoiis CLERKS AND TYPISTS V.'AVTED METROPOLITAN LIFE INSUV.ANCH C? ?MPANY Girls Is years of ace and over li lurs 9 to 4 JO o'clo? k Saturdays 9 to 12 o'clock Luncheons served free Salary to start $1200 1 Abilities of clerks reviewed each sit months. Those of average ability should be receiving from t'.''> to $13 per week after the si i? .".1 review, The variation Is due to ! dlfl eren' - In c.erlt ai work. Freu classes ? ndu ted In Typewriting. .-. ? ?...? iphy ?? . : . tap! io Operating, v.ppi in Pi ?'.??. I and 4: JO o'clock ; 7' . ... . . Jew Yuj SALKSLADY y raving ; des re .. ? ? - nally J. . . . _ i . i . ?,. Instruction ????'!.:.-,?. r [> :r for ?? ...:-? ? . : .- v!. : T Ibtine i: WaNAMAKER BEAUTY SCJi >L HE] :' WANTED MALE T :??'!"? ? have ? b'js.n ? . . soi. ; irecful, able i., :.... .'rite pa :._..? ?.. ?.. : Tribun BOYS RAL IE NE RAL OFFICE \\ OllK EXCEP riO.NAL OPPOR '. NITY. AIAX RUBBER CO., INC., 220 West 57th St. BOYS for light messenger serv ice; $12 3 week to start; chance for advancement. Apply Room 312. Tribune Bid?., 154 Nassau Street. Bl ITS, bright, Intel! gent, for office work an errand ; ?r t u ni t y a nd a d va n ce m e i :?,;?? In own hand v. It rig. gi\ ng i ferences Ad i - . ; ker-Jones-Jvwe .',; . -..? i . . i^' Corleara st., .New York Cit; BOYS from 14 to 15 for mesv-nger and genera! office work; good opportunity for Industrious boy*. Apply 1774 .Nassau ? :.. 2 1 P.4iOj-. BOYS, 16 years; iaw office: $12 start. 64 Wall st. SALESMEN ?? Experienced, high data -? esmen good industrial pro puait tuna. Call 44 Broad st., lomn 416. houis 10 A M, to 12. YOUNG MAN, '.7 to 19. for ntght work ? :. era; char..-? for advance* mer.t ige DIT!? Trlb um. HELP WANTED .MALE SALESMEN Men who have made good as pro? ducers, and who are gentlemen both In appearance and conversation, are the calibre of men we are desirou? of meeting. The sales force now organizing for an out of town campaign which ha? the support of the eommunity In which wo are now operating makes it posi? tive to earn an income anywhere iron? ?100 to JJO'7) weekly. Drawing account allowed against commissions. This Is a rare and exceptional oppor? tunity for real producers to malts good. Call between hours 9 to 1? a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m., and a?k for H. C. Prichard. Marlborough Hotel. Broad? way and 36th St.. New York City. SALESMF.N Age doesn't necessarily tell the tale of a man's Income-earning power. Neither does experience ?,r luck of It. Our personally trained mart of salesmen, now running to lit? tle short of phenomenal sucoess in han li ng another exceptionally desirable security.: are proving to us again that it is necessary only to -.-.all; and talk und I'll the truth to ensily earn $150 a week and mere. Our offices are open, to you any day between 10 and 4, If voure between ?5 arnl CO. SPITE 1070, 25 W. ?3D ST. Suite 1512, Flatlron Bids. Suit- 305, 132 Nassau St. Suite 5.!, 156 Montague St.. Brookly?. Instruction Auto?Engineering Institute 14th year; 2.000 students: "OO grad'jate* New $200.000 e,luipnient. Learn a tra?'?. Auto shop. Starting. Lighting. liriving, Oxy welding. Battery. Ma ihlne shop. Vulcanizing. Overhauling. 10 other courses; investigate. Free Pass .?r. I Booklet. Bedford Branch Y. M. C. A. 1125 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn. LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR Pleasant. profitable w..rk ; d;?y aril evening classes. Send ? ir free booklet anil visitor's paas. West Side Y. M. C. A.. 306 WihI B.th st. ACTO INSTRUCTION. Ho Pav. evening; Calilla--. Studebaker, Mlt rh"!1 B. & M. Co.. 1303 Lexington ave. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE Chambermaids ._ CHAMBERMAID, parlormaid and waitress ?Young Swedes: ! gcther or separate; both experienci 1 and highly recommended T., Miss Hofmaycr'a Agen y, 10 East 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone Murray Hill 8947., CHAMBERMAID, waitress an! cook; young ? It >h girls; both excell nt Bervants; city; apartment. 1... Miss Hofmayer'3 Agen y, 7 0 K. 43d st., 3d floor; telephone 5047 Mur? ray Hill. CHAMBERMAID (Scotch Protestar:?) good r?f?rences: city or country Win throp limp i moni Bureau, <7 W. 4^,1, mm . ? ' Teh-phone Murray Hill 6431. CHAMBERMAID, ???.'ini-lr.-rs, Gen-...n . ex ???; . best references; city or coun? try; wages ?G0-J65. I.ails' <& Boecherer, 4 . V. est : Id St. CHAMBERMAID, ASSIST WAITRESS? Neat, nice, young, experienced Irish girl: excellent references; $60. Miss Mason's Age! ?-;? . 18 Wi St 43d st. ? H AM BERMA ID, younii, thoroughly capa b ?? exceptional ri : :??? ? ... Mi ? Fitz .;? ral ?'s Bur? au, 3C6 Elfi h CHAMBERMAH ?'? : '.-',->. young, thor? ough! capable: e> ni Miss Fltz gei aid s Bur au, : ? G Fifth ave. Cooks COOKS, pe?era! liousevrorkers, useful i ?-'., ch ..? bermaid an?l w iltresses; ref ?--??-.? ? i . eful invest ?.????:. Augusta ? ploymeni Agency, .;. ; West 53d st. T ?!? phi ne Circle 6752. I COOK, WAITRESS, CHAMBERMAID? Friends; \ry neat; exceptionally compe? tent: splendid references; most desirable; $75 $77,. Mason's Agency, is West 4 d st COOK-?Young Irish girl; excellent years' city references; 565; city house. I... Mir?*. Hofmayer's Agency, ?7? Enst 4 l st., 3d floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill ' < u '. ??? ung Finn, with kll :hen : iai high v r? com? ici dcri J100 '7" . Miss II : iV'.f's Ai-ei y, 10 El H 4 Id .-: . thud floor Tel. 8917 Mu ray Hill ,,,,,;; (Swedish) -A ceo ?nod a ting, neat, pet? nt i; : .-ornan high?\ mended; 57 clay Ma ... 18 West ? . ' st Vanderbill . i Ur. ? : ' -...: '?? ;. wlii. ? ; i i n t r car? f " ' West !5th o . Day Workers : . -. IK ER, ng. good ?ok; ex . ?; ? ? ? -, Miss i 'ilzg< . *.. i a Bureau ? . Pifth ? e. Laundresses, Etc. LAUNDRESS Iri h w i in good city ref - ? .. c., Miss Hofmaye - agency 0 Easl 4; 1 st., .: i :'. ? rel?] hone 6947 Murray I..'. ' NDR OSS 'ompetenl < ' ?? it best I . . ? an! - <\ HE S J ' - S6 . Lan? S Boech? rer, 4 : ", esl I ?' : CNDR RSS- -h.i mbei al : young ??? i,,.,- references ? ty. Shaughnessy's Agency, i,:> Ott*, a.? LACNDR ISS - CHAMBERMAID ? Neat, . mi best referen - Sbaughnes?) s Agen ... 860 6th ave. Nurses, Etc. \ ; i ; ? Intelligent Christian g:r 1 of '7 wish to tal care ?fa hilt! - !*, ,?;-. - . - ; persoi illy or by ma . . ... i sky, ! 7.7 Alaba: ..? avi ; ...... ATTEN1 'ANT-NL'RSE i red) R?fii ! r?e- ; '.. '....'?- e ?I ??.-.-? |e ; tion invalid fc ng ' ghly mended; $70. Mason's Agency, IS West 43d st. E or i . . ??. em? ??. A ?. ?? li in !'. ?! estant very . ible a n ! ?? tin< d child over two. D., Miss Huf! : ayei a Agency, 10 East 43d ?t , '. floor Tel, >'!i7 Murray H! INFANT'S NURSE IProtestant) -Very neat; exceptionally competent: moat highly recommended; 175 Mason's Agency, li West 43i st. Vanderbllt I NURSE, '.r.jre;, noapiial trained; execy j tlonal ? ? ?? e? MUs Fitzgerald'? Bu? reau ;.?. Fifth ave. i SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALB Nurse?, Etc. INFANT'S NURPE; will also care growlnr child; $75; capable, English. Protestant: city only. Miss Shea's Agency, 4 Eaet 41st st. Murray Hill 67T. INFANT'S NURSE; competent; Oerman; b*st references, city or country; wage? J65-J70. Lang tc Boecherer Co., 43 Wert 33d st. NURSERY GOVERNESS; capable young American Protestant; city or country; $70. Shea's Agencv g East 41st st. Mur? ray Hill 1774. NURSERY GOVERNESS: North Oerma?; good sewer; best references, city or coun? try ; wages $65-$ 75. Lang & Boecherer. 43 West 33d st. NURSE?Young, neat, very capable; on? or two walking children; excellent refer? ences; city; $70. Mason's Agency. 1$ West 43d st. NURSE, young:, thoroughly capable: ?ex? cellent reference?. Miss Fitzgerald'? "Su? reau, 366 Fifth ave. NURSE, thoroughly capable, country pr* ferred; excellent. Miss Fitzgerald'? Bureau. 366 Fifth ave. NURSE (Scotch), thoroughly capable, ex? ceptional references. Miss Fitzgerald? Bureau. 364 &'.h av. NURSE (SwedishL country preferred: ei ceptlonal references. Miss Fitzgerald'? Bureau, 366 6th a WANTED?By graduate, registered nurs?, pos tlon a.< nurse, companion elderly p?r son; reference? furnished. G 968. Tribune. Waitresses WAITRESS-PARLORMAID?Very r?pab'M ? . lent 3 veara references C, V.'?# Hofmayer's Vgencj 10 Ea?t 43d st . r? Boor. ? Murray Hill s?<7. WAl''K!7.-s First class; very neat; tho-, <??:?:. 1.1 ? .? : - ; eS inally w*ts re,, mm nd? I city; $65. .\lu. Mason's A.g< ? : 4 West 4 . : it WAITRESS; take but! r's ; ice $75 preferr d; (Ines! references. Miss Sheas Agency, 6 Fast 41st st. Murray Hill 6774. WAITRESS, parlormaid; competent girl; best references or ? intrj . wage? $65 -$70. Lang ?fc B ? h? ? 33d st* Commercial SECRETARY-GOVERNESS Young Eng* llsh woman; tra?ne I se ir tar) . - I ? enced governess* very tactful ?vith ser? vants ; :. : .'.. Iren ! : . Miss H ifraatyer ? agency, ?r- E l 13d st., 3d floor. Tele ; h ne 8347 M jrray Hill Miscellaneous KITCHENMAID?Neat, nice, strong, lately arrived Irish girl .' ? ?' ? Mis? Mason's Agency, IS West 4..1 st. Vand - bill IC KITCHENMA1D, newly arrived ? ? t Irish girl $50; city ; : ferre ' Shea'? Agency, 6 East 4!?-. '?'. . .? LADY'S MAID ? uns il h P testant). excellent -? ?p Eni nent Bureau 4 .' \\ 4- ., room 561. Te eph ?:.?? Murray Hill 64 : SITUATIONS WANTED M.vLE BUTLER (French), where par! maid .ml houseman aro empl *iral :?-. ? ?cell? nt i mg '.;.??? Ho niayer's Agency, 10 E 4 J s:.. 3d tloor. Telephone S947 Murra> Hill. BUTLER-VALET (Filipino) Young, very neat : effiel nt high!.\ recommended; : 0. Miss Ma ' .', IS w ? nc 43d ' BUTLER-"*. VLET; English; I ve yeai place; $100; c It j oi :ountry Agency, G East 41st st ray 1 BUTLER?-Useful; Finnish; t 101 .uglily *x perien ed; cit; country. Shauglin ? ? Ag e i y, S 6 0 6th ave, COLORED ?"? ?UPLE: butl? r u .' fe ir, excell? r.' ? ik; : ' ? in r * house; $ ? igur.cy. 6 East 41st st Mui ray Hill 6774 C? ?UPLE Qai . .- r us? ful wil lau? dress, ch . mb, rma ??'... ? ??: ? wli h ! excellent r feren es; country. Miss Shaugh ncssy's Ag ncy, S60 Sixth ai-. FILIPINO C? "UPLE butl? r. . i4 ?? k ? i s. fai ily ; W.-stehesl r ? ' unty prefi rred ? nal servants; feren? es S : ' :? a's A gency, S , ? list :?' Murray Hill 6774 HOUSEMAN?-Generally useful, ev ?.?->? references; city- ountri ?Sha Jghiuasj a Ag . S60 6th uve. IAN, | ? nt >'.-.. . U . au, I : ?. .? iparti Pia Whi k aie.. Inten va .. ? ? barga i o r f a m i ! :. pi .* - n -41 .'..,. t. ? - : ir ? . i .- "4 i : . - , ; ? Ccrnmei. ial s"!"., or u :; EP i,; ilM i. AKD?t ( 'ai.? : . : ' :. ?litt s Ilium ? is, '?? . !ry, Etc. and '? fer -ai? ... i -?-, BENNETT? Does, !".ir, -, . till ;. , Etc. BOOK ON ?DOG DISEASES And 1 low i. F?eed Am*.-, j ? -?. , g Med Ines Ma . - ? H CLAY ?,?.0\ '?' CO.. INC. ay ot 4 f u ? dog. . ? ? 2 v. i. A. L N i-'.cr?. I urr.i; ure V7F. PAT highest ? -. --. r- ir furn'.tUT* --'.'.,.?'.'? .' ..? ?-t? ft . GABAY j?..-.-.:> P| ?cay. v?. ? " ?IVELY : ?? ig -st ?sn r E. 12? ;? WA ? ? ? ra, ? -. . < I ' .. . 4?. Pianos an?! Musical Instruments STEIN'W \ V BAB' PARI OB ?. ?.. 4 : ? right. Grands. Upr ght?, ? f?n e and Kent. K--K *> K e ... ; ; 7 East J ? :.. . . .t Ave i 7>. ' - i ? -?- a?? Printing '.'?'''l.?' ? i -K . e, : 900 m-i. r.-te .-.'?:- fu.50. Hess Co.. 20s East 117t* ?? H .! . : -il' Trunk? SALE?TRUNKS ?'ALE Steam? -i. bags, umb-el'M AT SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICKS Every ?rti tuara nteed 1. FMt- : ENBERO lie: THIRD AVE. -i r Situ "<t. BIO BARGAIN?New aim iiw>i ea?dr?H irutia:. ?O? Btxtb ?ve , bei. 3<Hb-Hs? r_ Mi.-ce!i*r.eoe? I WANTED, 160 stencils Iraws md caW I -r sddressograph machine. L> I - 7.