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GAMBLING OX AT SP
CRUSADE SHORT LIVED.
Wheels Will Turn and Chips Will
Click at Saratoga.
tßr Telegraph to The Trihur.* 1
Paratoira. N". V.. Aug. 4.— Thf antt>ga?nbllnc
crusade is ended, nnd it is understood that the
clubhouse* v> ill rur. as usual. The raid on
Thursday evening was due to the fact that th<
clubs opened one week too soon. Th-^re was an
understanding that the openine of i»io gambling
houses should not precede tho •acing season,
hence the difficulty.
If th*» larger houaea, Canfleld's, the Slanhat
tsn and the Bridge Club, were in full swing, all
the smaller games could claim the same right.
and thi<« village would gain the reputation of a
eramhiinc rosort rather than a town Interested
tn the Improvement of the breeding: of horses.
A* committee of hotel proprietors, consisting
of W. Edgar Woollcy. of the Grarri I'nion; Dr.
John L,. Perry, of the United States, and Colonel
H. S. Clement, of Congress Hall, waited upon
Mr. Canft>ld und impressed upon him the im
portance to the town of his restaurant remain
fns; open. Although the hotels have excellent
r*staurAnt facilities, they know the attraction
of thia central cafe. Mr Wool ley ha<l already
purchased the wines from the clubhouse, but. as
a result, the transaction wa* called off. and Mr.
Canficld decided to continue his restaurant busi
The Manhattan Club has not been closed, and
the Bridge Club was shut for only one nipht.
Th« giving; fltv.iy of wines and refreshments at
the "afer club has been prohibited. It is under
stood that the p«mr»ling houpes are to run
quietJy and with i<o advertisement
DEXV UXIOX HAS GAIXED.
Xo Employing Lithographers in
Association Have Given In.
The honr<] of directors of the National Aseocia
tion r.f Emptoyteg Uthographers made an official
denia! yesterday of the assertion? of the striking
lithographers that five nf the members of the BSSO
ciation in Tti's city had granted the eight-hour de
mand of th<» Uthogrsphers* International Protec
tive and Retvfieln! Association. It was also said
that though none of the employing lithographers. in
Philadelphia were members of the association the
largest firm there had refused the demand.
Finoe tho strike took place it was learned that
the members of th» r.ssoriation have a strike clause
In nearly every contract they have. This was con
f.rmr-fl yesterday by s member of the board oftdl
rectors. H^ r.\Fn snid that the Lithographers' In
ternst local Protective and Beneficial Association
bad piv«n ni reason for voting down the agreement
re::ch"ri between the employing lithographers and
the officers of ti." union several months ago. He
"We amtitic that t!ie reason w.:s that they were
prejia*- •! for a possible tight, and d!J ii"i want any
thinsr tn stand in the way. The men on strike
think they will win. but they have made a mis
tafce. Strikers have already begun to return to
work, -r!'' are making individual agreements with
us. In nearlj everj <-iiitr;ict we have made there
Is a Ptvik- clause Mild our customers are ready to
co-operate with us, anyway.
Wihti asked how the employers could man their
Fhoi»<» In view of the fact that there was too few
■Sen before the strike took place, he said:
We expect a gr^at many of the strikers to break
away ami make individual agreements with us.
A nunili'r of them have done 50, and we nre putting
them to work ss fast us we can g-t them in groups.
There are a number of the men. apparently on
strike, who have- agreements with us in their
p«->' *ets, and who are awaiting the call from us to
go to work. \W do not care whether the men are
union men or not as long as they apply for work
as Individuals. We are also getting non-union men
and a number ot" men from th« trade schools.
The leaders of the .-triklrjr lithographers said
that they h^-i counted the cost when the strike was
declared, and believed they would win.
BASKET OF GARBAGE FOR THE MAYOR.
Resident of New Jersey Resort Said to Have
Returned New York Produce.
■^Vh<--n it became rumored around the City Hall
yesterday that a choice collection of garbage hnd
arrived in a basket from an Inaignant cottager at
Bradley Beach, N. .T.. who, believing it had come
from New York, had sent It back again, every one
b*fran to smell things and m:ike tracks for the
epen air. Careful inquiry, however, failed to dis
close that any such gift had arrived.
The ntory that came from the New Jersey sum
m*r resstrt sras that Thomas I". Bommers, whose
winter home is in Newark, had forwarded to Act-
Ing Mayor McGowan. whom he knows personally,
*orr.e of the best Imons of the garbage to be
picked up along the bearh. With it he was said to
have sent a letter, of which the following was said
to have been a part:
I return to you. with my compliments, this ele-
PHtiT shipment of fruit, delicatessen, . tr-.. and re
jiret to Fay it reached me in the evening in;:toa<l
of th<? morning-. I would Biggest that before mak
injr nriy more such nhipooents you ascertain the
candlt'ons that prevail in this neotion. We are al
lowed a llrtv-r fruit In the morning, and they limit
us to one v.iV;ety. wliloli we are able to procure
here in quite a satisfactory manner. I think it
■rould be wrii to dispose of superfluous presenta
tions of this kiT:«i in some other section.
residents of Bradley Beach say they have been
much annoyed tMa f-:mmer by p;:rhntre drifting
• n the lx?ach, which, they say, comes from the
scows that take me garbage from this city to the
ef-a. Mr. Somnvre says be <iocs not intend to allow
the subject to drop with the pending of one basket
of garbage, and that several of his fellow resi
dents purpose to follow his example.
ANOTHER STAMP WASHING ASREST.
Detectives Capture Alleged Tool of Brokers
Whose Arrest Is Promised.
Another arrest In the Wall Street stamp washing
ease was mado pesterdaj by three detectives at
tached to the Brooklyn detective bureau. The pris
oner said he was John J. Ruane, of No. C 7 Henry
street. Brooklyn. Ruane wns arrested ln Fourth
avenue, and was immediately taken to Police
Headquarters, in this borough, by a Secret Service
man. who vas v.ith the detect! yes when the arrest
was made. Ruane refused to answer any questions.
He will h*- arraigned Jn U-e Tombs poliie court
The detectives Fay that Ruane is the tool of one
or more big Wall Street brokers, whom they ex-
D*ct to orreFt some time next week, when a sensa
tion is promised.
Thlp ie the seventh arrest in connection with the
washing of trajjsf«>r stamps of the IS denomination.
Five men were arrested recently and «re now in
prison. The cixth man was locked up a couple of
daye after the five were taken into custody.
The tinearthinir of th« washing of the stamps and
the subsequent arrest* were the result of the Secret
Service men opening an office in New street, where
the "wise ones" went to dispose of their washed
stampe. In this way the Secret Berrlee men learned
th« names of the ringleaders in the stamp washing
OFFERINGS AT THE &TORES.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONSULT THE ADVERTISE
MEXTS OF TO-DAY'S ISSUE.
n. H. MACT & CO., Broadwny. between 34th and
S.tl» streets, call f:lt.-P'i<in to a special sale this
wrr-k of «mbroider!e«, women's o-Jter appare!, black
-n'! colored silks, waists, parasols carpets and
Oriental i«P« an* groceries. They also announce
a «le <.f furniture and blankets, and a clearance
aaje of psrtfers. curtains a:id couch covers.
BLOOMIXGDALE. Third avenue, between Bfta
Bl d CWii strtets. offers for ale this week linen suits
for women, button length kid glove, and negligee
HEARS' West l«Ui Street, makes a special offer
In an August eale ot Mankets. comfortables.
apreadt. white goo**. mußiins, nheetc, piilow case?.
sa-nr.e>. table l!nens. towels. .<*rware. cutlery,
curtain«. vpbolster>'. russ and soap. Attention is
called to th* clearance ealo of novelty wash lab-
BONWIT. TELLER & CO.. West E«l street, will
bc*rln to-morrow a clearance sale of lingerie waists
■jid dresee*. summer fruits,, «tr»et and automobile
soats. and a epecial sale of »a.':n rubber-l»a--ic au- i
tecu/bile coata and tailor-made siUts.
Justice Blahchurd's Mandamus Order
Before Justice Howard at Troy.
[By Telegraph to Tlie Tribune. |
Troy, N*. T., Aug. *.— Argument was held before
Justice Howard here to-day on the return of the
mandamus order issued by Justice Blanchard direct
inp John F. O'Brien, Secretary of State, to show
cause why he should not recognize the old state
apportionment of 1894 as still in force, under the
theory that the apportionment of 1906 is uncon
stitutional. The proceedings were brought on be
half of residents of Richmond. Queens and West
chester Counties. Mr. Whitney, of MacFarlane,
Whitney & Monroe, appeared fo Queens and West
cliester counties, anJ William I* Short for resi
dents of Richmond County. Ex-Senator Elon R.
Brown, of Watertown, who drew the provisions of
the present constitution with respect to apportion
ment. made the principal arßument against the con
atitutlonality of the recent .-tpportionment. • Attor
ney General Mayer and Assistant Attorney General
Graham appeared for the state. Senator L*wis,
called "the father of the new apportionment,"
argued in favor of sustaining it.
Mr. Whitney maintained that the matter was one
for immediate action, as the Secretary of State had
already sent out notices. Mr. Brown argued on the
equalities of the population in the districts in ques
tion. He said the purpose of the constitutional re
vision was 10 prevent the use of apportionment?
for political advantage and called attention to the
Mriiment provision that in counties where th re
w>re more than one Senate or Assembly district
the dividing line should be placed so as most nearly
to equalize the population and to include any town
or block in a. city on either side of the dividing
line to equalize the population.
Attorney General Mayer made an extended argu
ment in behalf of the apportionment. He said that
while tho application referred to specific instances,
the decision would involve an entire reapportlon
ment of the «=t;ue. Justice Howard took the papers
an<i slated that a decision wou'd be rendered
TRUST CO. ADMITS LOSS.
After Four Days Union, of Pitts*
burg. Affirms Theft of $125,000.
Pfttsburg, Au^. «. Official admission of the $125,
0 M embezzlement from the Union Trust Company
several days :ijr<> was made to-day in a statement
issued by H. C. McfSldowney, president of the trust
company. This statement was delivered to all the
newspapers and was published to-day. Tills is the
first news of the theft to be published in local
pnpers, so effectively had it been suppressed. The
On Wednesday, August 1, while a bookkeeper, C.
S. Eiixson, was on bis vacation a discrepancy wan
found in his books in the Union Trust Company.
liixson was immediately arrested, and has made
a complete confession.
In liis confession he stated that, acting jointly
with C. B. Wrav, a teller, they had stolen $12f,,(XK>,
dividing the money equally, Wray. the teller, tak
iiiK the money off the counter, while Hixson, tiie
bookkeeper, falsified the books. The money was all
lost iv speculation. <>vi auditors have verified the
confession of Hixson to h rent, namely. $125,000.
Hixßon Is now lodged )•) the Allegheny County Jail,
and the Union Trust Company will do all that la
necessary to arrest C. W. Wray. who has escaped,
and see that !:■ Is putiished to tne full extent of the
Tie Union Trust Company on Friday. August 3.
charged to profit and loss account $120,0X>, the full
amount <>f Its loss.
The statement was signed by H. C. McEldowney,
president of the company.
BIT OF SCRAP IRON WRECKS ENGINE
"Mother Hubbard" Stood on End, Then Fell
on a Nearby Trolley Car.
Syracuse, Aug. 4.— .An oil cog wheel, not more
than four inches in diameter, lying unnoticed just
Inside a rail on the Lackawannu Railroad track, in
the heart of this city, caused, just before noon to
day, one of the most peculiar railroad accidents
ever witnessed h're. A heavy freight was pulling
into the yard when the ogine was thrown off the
track at Onondaga street l>y the old wheel. The
front of the engine caught in the gutter, and, al
tlioupli the train was moving tslowly, the momentum
forced the heavy "Mother Hubbard" into the air
until it stood almost on end with the cab in the
air. It toppled slowfy to the left and fell upon the
for ,h " ■ oUoy <ar> which was standing waiting
beard for a blotk I>aSS - WUh U C r aSh Whlch COUld be
•,, T i h M rush of steam and the roar caused a panic
tV n*tiK-T OO r Or mor . e of Urea wcro endangered; but
!• eonlj person Beriously injured was the engineer.
h.Mes Veeder. of thlß 3ty. who was severely
- .ild.d. He is In St. J<M *'l>h I s Hospital and may
ai<. The motorm.in of the streetcar and the rire
"' v?nl' hour, jumping - Tho road was blocked for
SECOND INQUEST IN SHOOTING CASE.
Widow and Her Brother Testify— Jury
Again Returns Suicide Verdict.
Coroner Ambler held a second inquest at Jamaica
yesterday In the case of Benjamin Ycckers. who
was found dead In a field at East Blmhurst. Long
island, on June U. with a bullet in bis head A
coroner's jury had already pronounced it a case of
suicide .but owlnjf to assertions made by relatives
of Vockers it was decided by the Queens County
District Attorneys office to reopen the inquiry, and
Mrs. Mamie YcH-kers. the man's widow, and her
brother. George C. Ichborn. of No. 12U Decatur
rtreet, Broofiyn. were arrested HS witnesses. Tb.e
Jury rested, , again decided that Yockt>rs had
and he ,!, own life, and on MOndilV Mrs - fockers
Smith >■ brother will be taken before Magistrate
found. lghl with Yorkers, bat he was not
IMMIGRANTS MAY NOT LAND SUNDAY.
Steerage Passengers To Be Held Up by New
Ruling of Department.
Three transatlantic liners-the Celtic, the Colum
bia and the Umbria- m arrive here to-day with a
fairly large steerage list, and because of the new
immigration rule, which provides that Ellis Island
shall be closed on Sundays throughout August
September and October, the immigrants will have
to remain aboard ship until to-morrow morning
The steamship companies, it is said, would like to
change their dates of departure from European
ports so that the steamers would not arrive ln New
Wk on Sunday, l.ut the postofflce offlciale -fre
loath to change their arrangement for mall ser!
vice to comply with the change in schedule of de
parture from European ports.
GENERAL M'ARTHUR REACHES 'FRISCO.
Sag Francisco, Aug. 4.— 'Major General McArtbur,
V. S A., arrived in San Kranc-isco on Thursday
from the Philippines by the Pacific Mail steamer
Manchuria. He was accompanied by iirs. McAr
tliiir and their two sons, Dougias and Arthur betli
lieutenants In tho T'nited States Army. Other pas-
s- i<n> rs by the Manchuria from the Orient were Ix>e
Kwang Kwoh, Chinese Viceroy of Shanghai; Haron
ess Krirpelet. of Balsbergi and Mi=s Mary K. Ide
dauajbter of Governor General Ide of the Philip
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.. Sixth avenue be
and f in ,4? °;' urnlture *™ <""in S room, bedroom
g?ocerS " ISO Ca " aUemlOn tO a sale ot
STERN BROTHERS. West S3d street, offer reduc
tions this week in women's summer dresses rain
j roof garments and infants' slothes.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.. Broadway and
l&tli Btreet. will hold a special sale this week of
carpets, rugs ami upholstery.
ABRAHAM & STRAUS, Brooklyn, announce their
August ea!c of upholstery and lace curtaina, bed
sele, portieres, couch covers, table, covers, screens
ar.d shirtwaist bases.
A. D. MATTTIEWS' SONS. Brooklyn, because of
a lire ir. Ireland at which goods were a trifle dam
aged by water, will offer perfect linoleum at re
d.iced prices. They also call attention to a sale of
frocieu's Oxford ahoes.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. AUGUSTS, 190 ft.
Burnbam <* Pbillips^s
We must find work the year around : for our. men. Wolhavo
over 000 square feot of space for workrooms. And the present
business keeps our workmen at the table. They work all day each
week day. and when a customer enters for a "try-on" or the finished
suit, he knows that it will be ready, and that five minutes is long
enough for the proof.
Prices Still Down on C^usands of Suitings and trouserings.
suiting fbat iwrc $40, now '$25..
Suitings tfcat were $30, new $20.
trousers that were $0, row $5,
-^r^rr^r: ijtah.fll3ss tailoring Qnll'. ===== — —
~£EEEE=B\ H9 3 i?i ftassau $t. r. V. =■ — —
TO RESUME INQUIMY.
Jerome May Address Grand Jury on
It \i expected that District Attorney Jerome
despite his indisposition, will address the August
grand jury on the subject of insurance to-mor
row, and that he will resume his investigation
of the Mutual Life this week.
Judge Rosalsky, it was said yesterday, will
not mention the question of insurance in ad
dressing the grand jury when swearing the
members in. In view of this Mr. Jerome's reply
on Thursday to reporters who asked htm for in
surance news Is believed to have a special sig
"Wait until Monday." said the District At
torney. "Then something may happen."
James McKeen, solicitor of the Mutual Life,
in another brief filed in the Supreme Court In
Albany yesterday in the international commit
tee's mandamus suit, declares that the Mutual
Life does not wish to hold Messrs. Shook, Gray.
Higinbotham and Tracy on the administration
ticket against their will.
If any of those whose names appear on that
ticket are dissatisfied, says Mr. McKeen. they
should address themselves directly either to the
committee which made the nomination or to
the Superintendent of Insurance, declining the
nomination and declining to nerve if elected.
In an attack on Samuel Vntermyer, counsel to
the international committee, Mr. McKeen says:
Counsel for the relator (Colonel Shook) has in
terjected Into his moving papers so much th.it
is irrelevant and immaterial to a proper applica
tion for a writ of mandamus, bo much that is
mere conclusion, so murh that Is net only im
material, scurrilous and false and could be
stricken out upon motion, referring so much to
newspaper comments and interviews, that we
are constrained to believe that this application
itself was brought more in a zealous attempt
to find opportunity for genera] newspaper con
sideration of his personal views and ambitions
to control the Mutual Life rather than to assert
or obtain for a client a strict legal right.
Mr. Untermyer preferred to make no comment
on this last night.
Mr. McKeen maintains that the trustees of the
Mutual Life should have rightly been made
putties to Colonel Snook's application, and that
Colonel Shock's papers fail to show that any re
fusal of a nomination was filed with Superin
tendent Kelsey, the Mutual Life trustees, the
company's secretary or "any one."
WAGES FOR BOTTLE BLOWERS.
Belief That Scale in Effect Last Year Will
Atlantic City, Aug. 4 (Special). The sub
ject of wages, which is before the conference of
machine bottle blowers urnl th<- manufacturers,
was not settled at the meeting which adjourned
this evening, but it is believed that a couple i»f
lioiira on Monday morning will sutll<-«- to bring ih«
whole mutter to ;i dose, and Dennis E. Hayes, who
represents the machine operators, is inclined to the
belief thai it will result in an agreement on the
sain- scale that was In effect last year. There are
some five hundred different bottles listed in the
scale for this year, but everything in connection
with this has. ui> to the present time, been arranged
to tin- entire satisfaction of both sides.
DENY REPORT OF CUT IN WAGES.
New York Central Officials Say Engineers
and Firemen Will Get Full Pay on Motors.
New York Central officials s.iici yesterday that
there was nothing to Justify the reports that the
companj had posted bulletins on the roundhouses
oast of Peeksklll saying that the engineers and
firemen in the electric zone would have their pay
reduced when they begun to operate the electric
motors. The belief was exprewed that the reports
were set on foct by mischief makers. It was said
that the company will not reduce the wages of
either the. motormen or firemen and had never
contemplated such reduction. Richard B. Sinter.
assistant manager, who is looking after the local
service, where- it Is Intended to use the electric
motors first, said:
We are making efforts to begin operating the
electric motors on the divisions from New York to
IliKlibrldge and from New York to White Plains
In September, nnd we have sent out notice to that
effect, calling for applications" from our employes,
men living near here preferred, who want to
change to the elprtiic motors Wo expect to com
plete the electrical work of these two sections by
September, but it will take several years t" com
plete the entire system. We want to have the
elortric motors in the tunrW as soon as possible.
We asked for seventy nvu. and have received ap
plications from 1:"»>. The engineers are to operate
the motors and the firemen will be thoir assist
ants. The wapes will remain the same, and the
reports of lower wnc'*-' must have been started to
cause trouble. The men who are to operate the
motors are highly pleaspd, as they have no boilers
to look after and their nay remains the sam« for
lißhter work. Above Hlghbridge, which is on the
main line, the steam locomotives will be used. Next
Tuesday we will bo^ln to instruct th«« men to oper
ate the electric motors. We will keen on training
the men as the system develops.
INCREASE IN POSTAL RECEIPTS.
Sending of Souvenir Postcards by Tourists
Believed To Be Explanation.
Postmaster Willcox received from Auditor Jar
dines yesterday the figures of the month's busi
ness, showing a marked increase over July of last
year. The total receipts for the month were M.l'K,
929, as compared with $1,065,411 received In July of
last yenr. a Rain of 11.2S per cent. Th Wall street
branch showed a remarkable Increase, dolntr a
business amounting to $3&,."24. almost double the
business transacted during July of last yenr, when
the receipts were $4f1.578. a gain of almost 100 per
cent. Only once before has the Wall street branch
had a larger month's business- In March, when (101.
281 was taken In. A sain of 22 per cent was real
ized In the Madison Square branch, where the busi
nops amounted to $63,386 for the month Just ended.
The volume of business in all the branch stations
has ehown a marked increase, which la unusual In
the summer months. The many thousand souvenir
postcards mailed from the city dally by tourists
has its general effect upon the postal receipts, and,
the postal authorities believe, probably accounts
for the increase In b-jsiness, although many of the
larger business house* are sending out thousands
of circulars for the fill trade.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Joseph Wilson, the Negro who figured In the duel
with Psyton Greene In East lKth street on Friday
nlßht. was held for trial yesterday by Magistrate
Barlow, in the West Chester cjurt. on a charge of
carrying concealed weupons.
Miss Dominica ihiavetta. the Italian girl who
•hot and killed Nlcol.-. Herarro, in Mulberry Bend
Park on Friday afternoon, was arraigned In the
Tombs police court yesterday morning, and re
manded to the coroner.
Mrs. Catherine Lyden. of No. 43 T^ewls aver.uw,
Brooklyn, was arraigned in the West Chester court
yesterday on a chnrge of disorderly conduct. She
was arrested Friday on complaint of Arthur Fa
bleta. who B*i<l she slapped him on the face in a
dispute over the payment for a telephone call. Sha
DENIES ABUSING ASYLUM PATIENT.
Superintendent Says Charge That Veteran's
Pension Was Dr»v:n Is Untrue.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune. I
Middletown. Conn.. Aug. Henry Noble, super
intendent of the Connecticut Hospital for the In
sar.<-, said to-<lay. that the statement of Henry B.
Miller, of Hartford, that he was beaten at the »sjr«
lum and his pension papers taken from him an&
le pension drawn was without foundation. It was
through the efforts of the hospital authorities that
Miller was released sef era 1 months ago and placed
with relatives ir. Hartford, although at the time ho
was not entirely cured.
Dr. Noble says that doubtless Miller is still
troubled with the hallucinations common to the in
sane. While he was at the asylum Miller wait
treated with kindness nnd consideration, he said,
and the authorities did not even know that he had
a pension. He is now under the care of his brother
in Hartford, who has been made conservator over
A RSh P ,\JLRED. ALIGHTS SAFELY
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.)
Rochester, Aug. 4.— 0. W. Williams, of New Tork.
an aeronaut, made a successful flight In his new
airship on the shore of Lake Ontario this after
noon. He ascended 150 feet and had controlled his
machine for a complete circuit, when a trail rope
became entangled on a pole, breaking the main
propeller. Williams was able 10 control the ma
chine even with the propeller off, and made a
descent without injury to himself or machine. He
will make another attempt to-morrow to make a
THREE THOUSAND AT HUYLERS OLT \G.
Huyler's gave their annual outing yesterday to
thtir one thousand city employes, including their
families, and at least three thousand persons must
have been the guests of this well known firm. The
trip was made up the Sound on the largest boat of
the Iron Steamboat Company. A well known
caterer furnished plenty of all there is good to eat
;«nu drink, and bayne s Bitnu supplied sweet music.
i«»ys were in plenty for all me children. The
members of the tirm were present to see the happy
company off. and several went on the trip.
• I.IAHINE INTELLIGENCE. •
Sunrini 4:sp;.Sunset 7:12;iloon rises S:1O, Moon's age 15
IIHiH WATER. . .
A.M.— Sar.Jy Hook J>:ls,«ov. Ibland 8:42 Hell Gate 10:35
— tMutoy Hook HUMIUov. Island B:tU»|ltell liate 10:43
The Columbia reported to Siascor.se;. at 10 a m. jreater
day.when abeam of Naniucket Urlitskip. i'he will pn>i>
ably dock to-day about 8 a in.
The L'inbria repi.ited to Flnseonset yesterday at T a m.
Wben I<H» miles easi of Naiuu.k-t Ught^hip. She will
probably <^ok to->lav about 7:.«> a m.
The «'«-ltic reported to Siasccnset yesterday at 4:3«) a m.
whon 1<»» milei eaat of Nontucket Ughtsiiip. She will
probably d.«ck to-day ,it»ut 7:3u a in.
The Xieurv AniAteruain re;icrtp<l to Sable Iplnni yester
du\ at r>:li> a m. wh^n lti< iinU.- southeast of that station
She i.« expected to dock about 8 a m to-mcriow.
The Uiticher rr ported «o tjable Island yf*t«rday at 5:30
o m, when 120 miles south of that station. She la ex
pected to dork about 7::<»> a m t<v-morrcw.
The Groaaer K-.irfiirst reported to Cape Race yesterday
at lo a m. when 14«» miies eaet of that station. She l"»
expectetl to dock v!.. ut Boon on Tuesday.
■I'he Zeeland reported to Sahie Islnn.i yesterday at 5
p m. when 14i» miles southeast r,f that station. She will
probably dock about 8 p in to niorrow.
Vessel. . From. • IJne.
•Lai Ua«..-.)gne Havre. July 2S French
•L'mbrla Uverpool, July 2H I'unarU
•Coiueibla Olassow, July a>.... Anchor
•rarWina San Jnan. July 31 N V i V R
•Oronnda port Spain. July 2.s Trinidad
Citta dl Palermo Marseilles, July 12 La Veloce
Celtic IJverpool, July 27 White Star
Hrini Adalbert Naples, July 21 Hamb-Am
MOKDAY, AUGUST 6.
•Zee-land Dover. July 2S Red Star
*Nieuw Amsterdam. .Boulone, July 2S Holland-Am
*Maracalbo ... <*ura?oa. July 30 Red 1>
Blflcher Hamhurg. July 27 Hamb-Am
rroteus Sew < >rltans. August 1 . . .Morgan
Bi All a Qalrestoa. July 31. Morgan
City of Memphis i-avannah. AugtM 3 Savannah
TUESDAY, AfOrsT 7.
•Coronia LjTerpool, July 31 Cunanl
•Grcsaer Kurfiirst. . . .Hremen. July 2S N U Uoyd
•HelligOlav ("hrist ian>and. July 2S .. Scand- \m
llesaba London. July 3D Atlantic-Trans
Bl Norte Ct3lv»stor. Aiitrust 1 Morgan
Colorado Mohilp. July 31. Mallory
• 'oncho Galveston, August 1 Mal'.ory
\i'2 WEDNESDAY, AtOT'ST 8.
•Oceanic UvcrpooL August 1 White Star
Bovic IJrerprx.l, July 27 . . White Star
Bt Andrew Antwerp, July 27 Phoenix
Vessel. For. I.in». Mail doses. . sails.
Drumgarth. Argentine, Am Itlo Plata. r>:fx)a m 7:30 am
MONDAY. AUGUST C.
Ort.nje Na-sa.i. !»aramaril>o. I> \v I... 11:00 an 1:00pm
Prln'-epi Ann?, Norfolk. Old Dominion. 3:ooam
TI'ESDAY. AUGUST 7
Kaiser W. der 0.. Bremen. N G Lloyd. 6:3t>am 10.110 am
I'olon. Colon, I'anama H:.tOam 3:oopm
Prim Adalbert. Naples. IlamN-Am ... ll:t<lam
City of Atlanta. Hsvannah, Savannah. — — 3:oopm
ITET>XBfn>AT, ACCI'ST 8.
Majestic. IJverpool. White Star 6:rtOam 10:00 am
Valiilvia. Haytl. Ha"mh-Am U.noam 2,: O Op m
S«-minole. Turk's IMant}, i 'ly.le ". .12:.l0p m 3:il>pm
Noordam. Rotterdam Hollan-!-.\n> «>:00 a m
TjQzlo. Naples. Italian
Proteus. New Orleans. Morgan 12*0 m
Alamo. Qalveston. Mallory 3:(X>pm
Destination and steamer. <*lot>e in N. Y.
Jnpan. ''urea antl China— tvia Seat
tle Aug 7. «:«>pm
Hawaii — Alam-di (via San Franclson>. ...Aug 7.12:30 am
J«.pai» it-xi >rt parcels post mails), '_v>rea
and <"hin» — Empress of Japan (via
Vancouver and Victoria. B <•> Aug 8, 6.00 p m
Han-Hll. Japan. Cbrea and China — Man
churia (via San Francisco) Aug 10 12:30 D m
Ilauaii. liuim and Philippine I»land3— U
S transport <vla San Francisco) Aujj 11, 12:30 an
ArstrnUa iexc»pt We«t>, FIJI IslPPds and ; .
New Caledonia — Maheno ivfa Vancou
ver and Victoria. B C) Aug 12. 6:CX) p m
Japan. <"t.rear <Tilna and Philippine Isl
ands— Tosa Maru i via Heat«»e» Ang 13 6:00 p m
New Ze-jland. Australia (ex*-pt Wenti
New Caledonia. Famoa Hawaii and
Fiji Islands — Ventura »vla San FVan
claco) Aug 19. 12-30 am
Port of New York, Saturday, August 4, 1906.
ARRIVED. I*" -
Steamer Philadelphia, Mills, Southampton and Cher
bourg July 2S, to the American Line, with 323 cabf.i and
S<"! -'s.>iage passengers and nvlse. Arrived at the liar At
10:4<> a ro.
St.-imer Ellse Mari» iGer). Stege. Hamburg July IK and
J*Me!.ls 21. to PhiUp Ruprecht. in l«lia«t. Arrived at the
l:ar nt 3 a in.
steamer Uallia tFr>, i:culeno. MarreiUca July 13 and
NnpUs IS. to J W Eltrell & Co. with 1 cabin and 2- # 0
ftf»rasa passengers arid mdse. Arrived at tl* Bar at 4
Steamer Pmmetheus tGer*. Tholen. Rotterdam July 21
to Philip Ruprecbt, in ba!la»t. Arrived at the. liar at 3:30
Sttamer Titian <nr). Dixon. Santos July 17. Rio Janeiro
IS. llahia 21 aii'l Harbcdoea 1». to Husk & Jevons. with SO
l/afsen««rs, malls and nvl'e Arrived at the rtar atian
Steamer Afchon Prince illr). Campbell, New ("astle
July >l to Bu»k * Jevon*. In l<allss;. with 3 passenKres.
\nivt-d at the Bar at l.:."V» h m.
Steamer Ainerli 1 Mr). War.l. I.'ghorn July 14 Narlas
IS and Palermo 19, to I!»ti'i*r*on Mros. w»h 5 cabin ar.i
It2l ttecrace pescengers and mdse. Arrived a: the Mar at
Steamer El Paso. Patten. New Orleans July 30 to the
Southern Pacific Co. with m.!«-. Left (quarantine at ll:lo
Steamer City of Atlanta. Fisher. savannah August 1.
to the Ocean Steamship Company, with passengers «n,i
rodse. I- ft Quarantine at r>:.li a m.
Steamer Maniai-lll" (Cuban). Jones. Tanipim July 25
and Havana SI. to James G Ward Si Co. with iiiilsW Ar
rived at the Har at II a m.
Steamer Comanch*-. Jacksonville Auguit 1 an>i Charles
t..n 2. t» tlie (Ivde Steamship Line, »ith pts.sengers an.l
mda». Left yuiuantlne at 3:H7 p m.
Stoamer Jamewown. Killer. Norfolk, to the Old Do
minion Steamship Company, in tallast. Left Quarantine
at r>:?o a m
Steamer Hamilton. Boai. Newport Newii .n.l Norfolk
to the OU Dominion Fteamship company, with pastrngers
and mdse. Left Quarantine at 2:25 p. m.
Bandy Hook. N J. Aug 4. tt:3o p m— Wind west, mod
erate; cloudy and haxy.
Steamers St Louis, f^r Southampton, via Plymouth and
Cherbourg; Cretlf <Br). Naples. lienoa and Aiores-
Astorla <Br>. <ili«sp>w; Pretoria i(J*r». Hamburg via
Plymouth and Cherbours; Minretonka iRr). Ix>ndon
Coronda (Bri. M ld«o. Rosarlo. etr: Queen Ele.mor
«ftr). Pernambuco ar..l lti-i Janeiro; I-»n<:on.l iMor) Nor
iolk Trinidad (Br). Barba4ocs. El Blglu. Oalvt.ton, 3taa-
Decided Reductions, To-mbrrow ; n
Women's Summer Dresses
white NET dresses, handsomely
trimmed with ribbon and lace, at *9.50, 16,50
Formerly from $13.75 to 29.50
box coat S.UITS, of While and Colored Linen, at $11. 75
Reduced from $14.50
ETON coat suits, of Colored and White
Linen, handsomely trimmed, Formerly $1 7. 75 to 25.00, $9.50
WHITE LAWN AND LINEN DRESSES,
trimmed with lace and embroidery, 54,75
Formerly from §6.50 to 8.75
Special Offering of
■Women's Rainproof Garments
in Tan and Oxford, plaited or loose back, with belt,
at $9,25, 12.73 and 16.50 .
Desirable household Linens
Specially Reduced Prices.
f 2x2 yds.. at $1.88, 2,65, 4.00
DAMASK | 2x2# " " 2.35, 3.00, 5.00
TABLE \ -> x 5 - •• 2.85, 3.40, 5.90
CLOTHS I ;,/ 3x2 «: - •• 3.50, 4.00 ; 5.75
L 2 jjxV •• M 4.15, 4.88, 7.00
f Breakfast Size, Doz. $1.90, 2,38, 4,50
NAPKINS | Dinner 2.75, 3.50, 5,50
huck towels, " 2.75. 4,00, 5,40
TURKISH TOWELS, Hemstitched, " 2.90, 4,20, 5.75
LINEN SHEETS, " P^r 4.25, 5.50, 7.25
LINEN PILLOW CASES, " 1.00, 1.25, 1.50
;-■■". Infants' Outfitting Dep'ts
Dresses, in Yoke, Empiie, Russian, Guimpe and Princess Styles,
of Nainsook. Lawn. Pique and Linen, trimmed with lace
Long Slips in Yoke and Robe Styles with Real Yaienc.ennes
Lace and Hand Embroidered.
Lingerie Coats and Hats.
To-morrow, will be placed on sale
Hand Made Guimpes, 2to 8 yrs., 75 C , 89 C , P5 C
Closing Out Sale of Misses' ar 1 Ch
T\VO-P!ECE SUITS. SHJRT WAIST DRESSES AND ONE-PIECE GINGHAMS
IN A GREAT VARILTY OF STYLES,
at 95% Slc7s.S 1c75. 2.5>5 and 4.50
Former Prices $2.^5 to 16:50
West Twenty-third Street
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■api'qua. San Juan. I'once. t-tc; El Iv.rarti. X*» OriMSa:
Lucanla i»srt. I-t»«-riw»t; Si t-utntwrt <Kr>. Aarwtrp ,i»
QnvMtnd; Bt H*l*ns (Kr>. Sama; liutianap<M!9 iKri.
Bellte- H^itmun.i ttVr>. rcrrambuco. «tc; I'rln* W.i! l.:;ur
t'Jri). Klrs»ttm: l*Usr iXor>, l*m*rara; M>>rro Casll*,
Havana- Philadelphia. San Juan. Ui Uuayra. «-tc; Irff«r
ton Norfolk arA Xwport Xrn». try of Ml. . n. s-'avaa
nah- I*nver. K««y west and Galvcstao; X.nun Antwrrp.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
XJvtrsool. Auk — Arrival, atecm^r Cadi <Br>. H;*' ' . -«.
New Tork via Qi;»«-r.«tnwn. SallM. it-am-r >a-»|unia
ißr). -Warr. New York via QIMI— iHSJSj,
Queensiown. Aua 4. 4:2H * in Arrived, ateamer Etrurta
«Br>. Potter. New York for IJverpool (and pr v<— <l«>.lt
riymouth. Aug 4. 12:» \> -Arrlv*-!. sMSMSM N»w T»rk
Itobcrts. X#w Tork for Cherbourg and Southampton
<Mt<l procr< l-»i
Sauthamjrton. Aug 4— Hailed. Meamer st rau!. Cns<v>w
New York via, Cherbours land |«a*r<l Hum i-uv!,.
1:55 p nu.
CherUJurr. Aus 3. mldn!?M— 8*ll»<1. ateamer Katwrin
Auguntr VI. torla «Ger>. Ru»r (from Himbu:( and
Southampton*. New Ytrk
Bnmrn. Augr 4. 3 p — SallMl. ri'amn- HarbaroMa, tG-r)
Lari£Teut«r, New Tork via South »moi««.
Mid-^vr-Tier Sale of
(ii(:al-»r. A-...- B— Pa.«se.l. .-.tramrr Xar^l'« B ,^?S P
X.is:. r,.n. New York for Narirs. MeMi.* «"_ s
> m.. MSM
Ver!?e. July Si— Arrived. «*3ir.er CSuUa «AU»>. **^
N"< w Tors via Xftptr* . . j-.-.-r-- '- "
1U» Aug 4. i> a m~: railed, steanse? '-» ■""" J
Vertyr.de. X.» Y.<rk. ■ _,,i . •■-■
Antw»rj>. Au»j *-.-Jai:«H!. steannr KroooiatW. I
Xrw v.,.-k vlr» D>«»r. <— «i 5 I
R..«1*:.1..rr. \:t 3. 2 |» m— SilVii. li*JS!L» J
ilithi. Br::n«r N>w Ytrk via "Vftirtß V"
A".3».a nay. Aug 2 -Arrival, .teamer .»»« J
iMri. .\r.iJer»"i. N.-» York via Cape '»!••> fl! i *B
Trie«-te. July Sl»— Sailed, steamer Oerty (•■»-"•• _^
New V .rk. Bri VPI
Fiunce. July SI -Arrive.!. »t.^m«-r s^oma i»
Xew Y. rh via Naples an.l Tn*»«*- *!«■■■
Mot.« icon,. Aug ♦An P^"**^ *S»U
C.eorge ( Hr>. Sa JVr. X * » ■ r " T * I
Stnaa; ,«~.i - 'Vl
Lon.l<%n. Aug 4-Salled. stemner^ ' Ha "^lr JSJ^^H
lace. Montreal: Minneai»l!» (ftr*. "r"' vS r '<■ ': ■
l-:sb t). July »^-Sat!ed. steam«r l« n:w M
ftnelho. X.-» Yora. vu!-" r . l>< «
Gandla. July S»- Sailed, steamer m^ M
Hle-llch (from Tr»wttf» N*» 2°Ts' -««»r -" ■
St. CroU. A:* 3. IO p m -Arr.\«i « • ;^. ■
U»r>. lUster. N«w lurk foe SarbaJ*** * . ■