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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of VeteransÕ Services Commissioner Loree Sutton announced that 16 formerly homeless veterans will have new apartments in time for the Holidays. The Mayor and members of the administration helped veteran Samuel Rosado, 6

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of VeteransÕ Services Commissioner Loree Sutton announced that 16 formerly homeless veterans will have new apartments in time for the Holidays. The Mayor and members of the administration helped veteran Samuel Rosado, 6

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of Veterans’ Services Commissioner Loree Sutton announced that 16 formerly homeless veterans will have new apartments in time for the Holidays. The Mayor and members of the administration helped veteran Samuel Rosado, 68, settle into his new home by providing home goods and moving some of his belongings into his apartment in the Bronx on Thursday, December 22nd, 2016. Edwin J. Torres/ Mayoral Photo Office.

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Image from page 328 of “The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine for those who are and those who ought to in interested in suburban homes” (1905)

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Identifier: suburbanitemonth06cent
Title: The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine for those who are and those who ought to in interested in suburban homes
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Central railroad of New Jersey. [from old catalog]
Subjects: New Jersey — Description and travel. [from old catalog] New York (City) — Suburbs. [from old catalog]
Publisher: [New York]
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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ay,And up and down the nursery We walk the hours away.As we go about a-tiptoe. And try to shift the blameWhen something wakes the baby up—Since Baby came. Since Baby came to our house, Each meals a relay race,Where Patience holds the liming: watch .•nd Baby sets the pace.For mother takes the Baby first, Then father does the sameWhile mother eats a hasty bite—Since Baby came. Since Baby came to our house. The sunshines very bright.And every day that brings a care Brings with it a delight.The future holds a world of joy. The past seems very tame.The present—well, thats strenuous—Since Baby came.-Mary C.ldwell Rich.^rdson. in GoodHousekeeping. Mistress: Did you water the rubber-plant?Maid: Of course not! Its water-proof.—Life. Candy ^ Before going home or tovisit, slop tii a 0 a WALLACE 9 CORTLANDT ST. 3 doors (rem Broadway FOR A BO.X OF THEIR Chocolates and Bon=Bons yS7 SPEC AL SALES Fridays and Saturdaysa HOLIDAY GOODS a For Shopping There is nothing like an Electric Cab

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Quick, Clean, ComfortablePOPULAR PRICES Vou will find them waiting at 2 ^rdStreet Terminal, Cential Kail-road of New Jersey. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR RATE CARDS New York Transportation -Company 8th Avenueand 49th Street Telephone2380 Columbuj ^ I I Mfr****^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^ 6alfna^ignal €>il Companvrranfelin, )tnn. Sole iiiaiuit.ictiirfrs of the cclfbratcii QalcnaCoach, EoxlneM, Car Oils .ind Sibleys Per-fection Valve .intl Signal Oils.<iu.iranlce cost per thoiis.ind miles for from onelo five years, when conditions warrant it.Maintain Expert Department, wliichis anornan-ization of skilled railway mechanics of wideand varied experience. Service of Expert!*furnished free of charKe to patrons interestedm the econoinic.il use oi oils. Street Railway Cubrlcation » Specialty Please write home office for further particulars.niARI.KS MIT.I.KR. Prcsirlcnt 28 THE SUBURBANITE LAKEWOOD AMONG THE PINES OFNEW JERSEY A Fashionable and Healthful Fall and Winter Resort THE LAUREL HOUSE T

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