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Moon rises. 7:04 p. m Moon sets. 4. :13 a.m.
! Weather Report
OTHER PEOPLE'S WEATHER
WASHiNGTON.May 12.--Thc Atlantic coast
norm was central Monday night in approxi?
mately Longitude t>6 and Latitude 42 and
moving slowly ca.u-northeastwnrd. It ha?
been attended by strong winds and gale? off
the New England and Nova Scotia coasts
and rains within the last twenty-four hours
in the north Atlantic states. Storm warn?
ings remain displayed on the coast of Maine,
except at Pon land..
Another disturbance covers the Rocky
Mountain region, and the pressure is low
in th.- Gulf states. This condition has been
nttendod by showers in the Gulf states, the
lower Mississippi ?nd the lower Missouri val?
leys and at widely scattered points in tho
Northwest. Snow was falling Monday night
jn thr Yellowstone National Park.
Cool weather for the season is general over
nearly all parts of the country.
In the Middle Atlantic and New Enr?an !
states, the upper Ohio Valliey and the lower
Jnke region the weather will be partly
cloudy, with a tendency to somewhu' higher
temperature Tuesday and Wednesday. In
?the south Atlantic and east Gulf. Tennes?
see and the lower Ohio Valley the weather
-v i 11 be cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday,
v ith occasional showers and no material
??hange in temperature. In the upper lake
region the weather will be partly cloudy
Tuesday and cloudy and showery on Wednes?
Forecasts for Special Districts.- Eastern
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware,
yartly cloudy Tuesday ; Wednesday cloudy,
i 'coming unsettled, continued cool.
Western Pennsylvania and Western New
York, partly cloudy Tuesday and Wednes?
day, slowly rising ;emperature.
Southern New England, cloudy Tuesday
?nd Wednesday, continued cool.
Kastern New York, partly cloudy, with
Tising temperature Tuesday : Wednesday
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:
191S. 1919. 1918. 19.1!).
3 a. m... 53 i.V " p.m... 55 54
(j a. m... V 451 6 p. m . . . f>4 52
, '? a. m . . . 54 17 '.' p. m . . . 61 50
12 noon . 53 50
Highest temperature. 55 (at 1 :30 p. m.) :
.'west, '4 (a: 7 a. m.): average, 50: aver
age same date last year. ">8 : average same
?lute for thirty-three years, 58,
a, m. . . . 70 1 p. m. . . . 54, > p. m. . . . 6^
S a. m..29.9811 p. m.. 2!>.9S;8 p. m.. 30.00
Local Forecast. -Partly cloudy to-dav. with
) sing temperature: to-morrow cloudy, mod?
erate north and northeast winds.
Going On To-day
Free admission to American Museum of
Safety. American Museum of Natural
History, Metropolitan Museum of Art
and the Acjuarium.
Meeting. Stove. Founders National De?
fence Association. Hotel Astor. 10 ?. m.
Meeting, News Print Service Bureau, Wal?
dorf-Astoria Hotel, 10 a. m.; luncheon,
1 p. in.
Meeting, United Daughters of the Con?
federacy, Hotel Astor, 10:30 a. m.
Meeting. Xew York Board of Trade and
Transportation. Pottir Building, 12:15.
Luncheon. Junior War Relief Society. Ho?
tel Biltmore, 12:30 p. m.
Reception, Daughlers of Pennsylvania In
Xew York, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, 2
Meeting. Pekingese Club. Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel. 2 p. m.
Bridge, St. Ursula, Waldorf-Astoria Ho?
tel, 2 p. m.
Study Day, Theatre Club, Inc., Hotel As?
tor, 2 p m.
Meeting, the Merchants Association of
Xew York. 233 Broadway, 2 p. m.
Tenth Annual Conference, Charities and
Correction, Session on Purlin Health,
United Charities Building. 2:30 p. m. :
session on war labor problems, 8:15
Election, Board of Education, Hall of the
Board, Park Avenue and Fifty-ninth
Street, 4 p. m.
Executive session Reconstruction Commis?
sion of the State of New York, Hall of
Records 4:30 p. in.; dinner, Hotel Bos
sort. Brooklyn, 7 p. m.
Meeting. Marine Insurance Club, Waldorf
Astoria Hotel, 8 p. m.
Meeting, Lithuanian Council, Waldorf
Astoria Hotel, S p. in.
Meeting, Merchants and Brokers Protec?
tive League, Hotel Pennsylvania, 8 p.m.
Entertainment, the 2d Battalion of the
:i0 tit h Infantry Association, Auditorium
of Stuyvesant High School. 8 p. m.
Lectures Harlem Boartl of Commerce, 290
Lenox Avenue, )< p. m.
Meeting. Park Republican Club, Lieutenant
lolonel Herbert Parsons will speak, 477S
Third Avenue. 8:30 p. in.
Academy Art Shop. 153 West Fifty-seventh
Street?Twenty-eight oil paintings bx
American Institute of Graphic Arts, H
East Forty-seventh Street?Second an
nual exhibition by the Art Alliance ol
America and the American Institute ol
( Iraphlc Arts.
American Art Galleries, Madison Squart
South?.ludson 1). Metzgar's Japanes?
Anderson Galleries ?? Original drawings
etchings and dry points, wood engrav
inga and lithographs, by Claude Lorrain
Cuyp, Gainsborough, Rembrandt. Whist
1er, Zorn and others, May 11-19; Spanlsl
Arlington Galleries. 271 Madison Avenue
Landscapes and marines, by Clifford W
Bruce Museum Galleries?Exhibition b:
the Greenwich Society of Artiste.
Bourgeois Galleries ? Exhibition of motten
Church of the Ascension, Parish House, 1
West Eleventh Street ?Exhibition o
Dudenstng- Galleries. 4G West Forty-fourth
Street?Exhibition of paintings by In?
n?s?, Dewey, Leigh. Rallan! and others
Durand-Ruel Galleries. 12 East Fifty
seventh Street?Exhibition of painting.1)
Groller Club. 47 East Sixtieth Street?Ex?
hibition of bookbindings.
Hotel Matestlc, Central Park West and
Seventy-second Street?Exhibition of
paintings by Chapman, Cooper, Curran,
Gaul, Newell, Potthast and others.
Kevorkian, 40 West Fifty-seventh Street ?
Exhibition of sculpture b^ John Mow
Knoeciler Galleries?Exhibition of Alaskan
drawings by Rockwell Kent.
Macbeth Galleries?Exhibition of Ameri?
Metropolitan Museum?Exhibition of Chi?
Milch Galleries, 103 West Fifty-seventh
Street?Exhibition of recent American
Montross Galleries. 5J0 Fifth Avenue
Exhibition of paintings and etchings by
Mussmann Galleries, 114 West Fifty
seventh Street?Exhibition of etchings.
color etchings, pencil drawings and pen
drawings by John T. Arms.
New York School of Fine and Applied
Arts. Eightieth Street and Broadway?
New York School of Applied Design for
Women, 100-162 Lexington Avenue?
Twenty-seventh annual exhibition.
Paint Box Gallery, 43 Washington Square
?Exhibition of paintings by C. E. Polo
Ralston Galleries?Paintings, by Thoroff
Reinhardt Galleries, 565 Fifth Avenue?
Exhibition of paintings by Julius Rols
BOAR? OK EDUCATION LECTURES
"Psychology or Crime." William .1. Durant.
Wadleigh High School, 115th Street.
"The Brazilians and Their Country."
Clayton ?. Cooper. Public School 6?.
"Kurdistan and Armenia," Sydney N
Ussher, Public School Cfi, Eighty-eighth
"Australia and the Australians," M'.ss M
Chave Collisson. Public School 132, 18-u
Street and Wadsworth Avenue.
"Lotus Time In Fair Japan," Harry C.
Ostrander, Metropolitan Temple, Sev?
enth Avenue and Fourteenth Street.
"American History as Told by the Poets."
Francis I. Kelcham, Public School 45,
189th and Hoffman streets.
"Cairo to Cape by Airplane." Miss Ida
Yera Slmonton, Public School 51, Jack?
son and Trinity Avenues.
"Belgium, Past and Present," Miss Helen
Harrington, Public School 54, Intervale
Avenue, Freeman and Chlsholm Streets.
"Tho Real Streets of Cairo." Lewis Gas
ton Leary. Public School 56, 2U7'.h
Street and Hull Avenue.
"California and the- Pacific Coast. Robert
G. Weyh, St. Anselm's Hall, Tlnton Av?
enue, near 155th Street.
Sandy Hook . 7:2? 7:46
Governor's Island . 8:11 8:25
Hell Gate . 10:22 10:23
VESSEL. PORT DEPAP.T.
Arcadia .Bordeaux.April 26
Bergensfjord .Bergen.May 1
Toronto .Hull.April 26
Heredla .Cristobal.May I!
Brazos .San Juan.May 7
Crathorne .Matanzas.May 6
Guiana .St. Thomas. ... Ma'v >;
Verona .Port Antonio. . .Mav (.
Lake Desha.Antilla.May 7
Bolton Castle.Cristobal.May ?
Antonius .Philadelphia .. Ma v 10
Magunkoek .Plymouth.April 2s
Lysefjord .Sama ......... Mav 6
Arado .Key West.May 5
Frederick VIII.Copenhagen ...May 2
War Hydra.Montreal .May t
Louisiana .Brest.May 1
BueMa .St Nazalre... .April 17
South Pole .Nantes.April 13
Pesaro .Marseilles.April 25
Antonio Lopez ....Bordeaux.May 2
Von Sleuben .Brest.May 5
P. de Sa trust eg til. . .Bordeaux.Mai" 2
Re d'ltalia .Marseilles.April 2D
Giuseppe Verdi ....Marseilles.April 30
Frederick V11I.Christiania_May 2
Espagne .Havre.May 4
Lake Ledan, Martin
ique . 0:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M.
St. Francis, Brazil. . . 1 2 .00 M. 3.00 P.M.
Dominic, Cea'ra .12-00.M. 3:00P.M.
AMIanca. Cristobal. .. 12:30P.M. 3:00 PM.
Amphion, Brest . - 12:00 M.
P. Grant. Brest..- 12.00 M.
Black Arrow. Brest..- 12:00 M.
Plymouth . 6:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M.
Clan Sinclair. Cape
Town . 0:00 A.M. 12:00 M.
Abangarez. Cristobal. 7:00 A.M. 0:30 A.M.
Matura, Grenada .... 7:00A.M. 10:00A.M.
fekyll, Santos . S :00 A.M. 11:00 A.M.
Maracaibo, Curacao.. 9:30AM. 12i00M.
Suriname, Costa Rica 0.30 A M. 12:00 M.
Chlg. Bridge. Brazil .12:00 M. 2:30 P.M.
Santa Cecilia, Brest..- 12.00 M.
Pallie. Liverpool.... 8:00 A.M. 12:00 M.
Charybdis, Bermuda. 7.30A.M. 9:30A.M.
Color., Ciia'.obal.12:30 P.M. 3:00 PM.
El Oriente, Brest.- 12:00 M,
BALTIMORE, May 12.?Arrived: Steam?
ers Larimer, Tampico; Lake Port, Ports?
mouth Cleared Steamers Sangstadt
(Nor), Norfolk, Borgestadt (Nor.), Tam?
pico; bark Mona (Nor), New Yor.i.
Sailed' Sloan.er Sabine Sun. Tuxpam.
BOSTON, May 12? Arrived: Steamer
Comet, Port Arthur, via New York; Ker
shaw, Norfolk. Covalt, Montreal.
CAPE HENRY. Va., May 12.?Passed in
for Baltimore: Steamers Tallax, Clenfue
gos; Goodspeed, Port Tampa. Passed out
from Baltimore: Steamers Western Spirit,
Falmouth (for orders), Szterenyl (Hal.),
Gibraltar (tor orders); Mercuria (Br ),
Glasgow; Charlton Hall, New York;
Motor Annan (Dan.). Port Arthur.
CHARLESTON. May 12. ? Arrived
Steamers Hilda Rachel, Jacksonville; Mo?
hawk, New York (and sailed for Jackson?
ville!. Chlppewa, Boston; Kathadln, Jack?
sonville, towing Apache.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER, Del., May
12.?Sailed: Steamers Wauconda (from
Philadelphia), Falmouth (for orders);
Adrian Iselin (from Norfolk), Portland.
Passed out: Steamer Liberator, Philadel?
phia, for Brest.
GAL VESTON. May 12.?Sailed: Steam?
ers Elmlrante, New York; Nordfarer
(Pan.), Copenhagen; Sonja (Swed.),
Gothenburg; Asuncion de Larringa (Br.),
Manchester via Newport News; Oxonian
(Br.) Liverpool via Pensacola.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. May 12.?Ar?
rived: Steamers Gulf Coast, Port Arthur;
MOBILE, May 12.?Arrived: Steamers
Lake Gardner, New Orleans; Tarpon. Pen?
sa.ola; sailed: Schooner Westwjy (Br).
MONTREAL, May 12.?Arrived: Steam?
ers Trewidden (Br.), Sydney, C. B. : Ven?
detta (Br. ), London; War Corporation
,15r ,-; North Pacific (Br.). Gibraltar
via Sydney, C. B.; cleared: Steamers
Samnanger, Falmouth; Burnholme (Br. ),
Falmouth; Brendon (Br. ), Falmouth; Tre
wellard (Br. ). Falmouth: Red Bridge
(Br ) Falmouth; War Cypress (Br.). Fal
mouth: Lake Charlottesvilla (Br.). Fal
mouth; Jiul (Rum.), Galatz, Rumania:
Princlpessa Christiana (Rum.), Ruman?
ia; Manchester Brigade (Br.), Manchester.
NEW ORLEANS, May 12.?Cleared:
Steamers Anglo Saxon (Br.), Genoa via
Norfolk; Coward in, Havana via Norfolk.
NEWPORT NEWS. Va., May 12.?Ar?
rived: Steamers Lake Kyttle. New York:
Lake Annette. New York; George S. Smith.
Funchal; Thurland Castle (Br.l, Port
Said; Potos! (Br:), Punta Arenas; Poel
dijk (Du.), Tampa; Mexicano (Nor.),
Copenhagen; sailed: Steamers Thurland
Castle (Br.). Galveston: Potosi (Br.). Liv?
erpool; Poeldljk (Du), New York;'War
Suquash (Br.). Manchester: Mexicano
(Xor.), Xew Orleans, Lake Annette,
NORFOLK. May 12.?Arrived: Steamers
Andre (Hal.), Galveston (and sailed tor
Gibraltar); Athnnasios (Gk.), Genoa: Bay
tlgern (Br), Matanzas (and sailed for
Havre): Bosanoke (Hal.), Taranto (and
sailed for Philadelphia); Phoenix, Azores
(and sailed for Xew York); schooners
North Briton, Gulfport (and sailed for
-Newcastle oh Tyne); A. Ernest Mills,
Che verte, N. S
PHILADELPHIA, Mav 12.?Steamers
Lord Erne (Br.), Norfolk; Elisabeth Maersk
(Han.), Xew York; Bland?n, New York;
George W. Clyde. New York; Amelia. Port
Antrtnio; Santa Olivia, Brest; Gultmald.
Port Arthur; Musketo, Seattle; Dorches?
PORT ARTHUR, Tex., May 12.?Arrived:
Steamers Currier, Port Lobos; Norman
Bridges. Port Lobos; William Green, Tam?
pico. Sailed: Steamers Petroleine (Br.),
(from Beaumont), for British ports.
PORT EADS, La.. Mav 12?Arrived:
Steamers Bay way, Wilmington ; British
Major (Br.), Port Arthur; Ceiba (Hond.).
Ceiba; Chalmette, Havana; Mimer, Ha?
vana: Truxillo, Tela. Sailed: Steamers
Beaumont. London via Pensacola; Dunaff
Head (Br.), Belfast, via. Norfolk; Gymerix.
(Br.), London, via Norfolk; Historian
(Br.), Liverpool; Lake Gardner. Mobile;
.Managua (Xoc), Bluefieids; Parismina,
Bocas del Toro, via Havana; Quimlstan
(Hond.), Omoa, via Port Cortex; Yoro
REEDY ISLAND, Del.. May 12.?Passed
down: Steamer Liberator, Philadelphia for
SAVANNAH, Ga., May 12. ?Arrived:
Steamers Frederlksborg (Dan.), Vigo; City
of Savannah, Boston.
TAMPA. Fla., May 12.?Sailed: Schooner
Charles R. Wiebe, Cardenas.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass., May 12 ?
Arrived: Steamers Lucius W. Robinson,
Norfolk for Boston; Indian, Norfolk for
Boston; Schooner L, A. Plummer, Liver?
pool. N '<.. foi New Y'ork.
BEVERLY. Mass., Mav 12.?Arrived :
Steamer Oulfland, Port Arthur.
KEY WEST, Fla., Mav 12.?Arrived:
Steamers Lake Felicity, Cienfuegos:
Princeton, Tampico; sailed: Steamer Sa?
bine, San Domingo.
MARCUS HOOK, Pa? May 12?Passed
down: Steamers Crawl Keys, Philadelphia,
for Jucaro; Harold Walker. Philadelphia,
for Port Lobos; Amarante (Port) Philadel?
PROVIDENCE, May 12.? Arrived:
Steamer Perfection, Beaumont.
A L E X A X D R l A. Mav 6. -Arrived ;
Steamer War Pythen (Br.), New York.
AMSTERDAM. May 4.?Arrived: Steam?
er Greater (Dutch), Newport News.
ANTWERP, May 3.?Arrived: Steam
ers Liege (Belg.), Philadelphia; Magdala
(Dan.), Baltimore: 4th, Anachortes. New
Y'ork. 5lh?Arrived; Steamer West El
dara. New York: Cth, Gothland (Swed.),
Philadelphia. Sailed: Steamer Aledo.
New York. 6th?Arrived: Steamers Mus
kogee, New York; Rogier (Belg.), Phil?
adelphia. Sailed:. Steamers Gothland j
(Belg). New York; Maiden. New York.
BARRY'. May 8.?Sailed: Steamers
East Port, New York; Sverre (Nor.). New
BARBADOS. May 10.?Arrived: Steamer
BERGEN. May 1.?Arrived: Steamers
Lyngenf.iord (Nor.), New York; Folborg
BURNT ISLAND, May 7.? Sailed:
Steamers Acacia (Swed.). New York; 8th,
Gallipoli (Br.), Hampton Roads.
CALLAO. May 7.?Arrived: Schooner
Muriel. San Francisco.
CAPE WRATH, May 9?Passed: Steam?
er Oscar II (Dan.), New York for Copen?
CHRISTIANIA. May 1.?Arrived: Steam?
er Polarlne, Philadelphia via Bergen.
DCNNET HEAD, May S.?Passed:
Steamer Andalusia (Swed.), New York
FALMOUTH, May 8.?Arrived: Steamers
Masuda. New York; 9th, West Amargosa,
Newport News; Agwidale, New York.
GENOA, May 4.?Arrived: Steamer
Mount Etna (Br. ), New York.
GIBRALTAR. May 3.?Sailed: Steamer
Elswick Grange (Br.), Hampton Roads;
7th. Sailed: Steamer Atlanta (Hal.), j
(from Spezia), New York; Drechterland
(Dutch), (from Naples). Baltimore: River
Orontes (Br. ) (from Genoa), Portland; !
Crewe Hall (Br), (from Calcutta). New
GLASGOW, May 9.?Arrived- Steam?
er Corsican (Br. ), St. John. N. B.
HARTLEPOOL, May S.?Sailed: Steam?
er Frankdale (Br.), Hampton Roads.
ILOll.O. May 1.?Arrived: Steamer
Rangoon Maiu (Jap.), San Francisco via
K1NSA1.E. May 9.?Passed: Steamer
Sachas (Br.), Halifax.
LA PALLICE, May 5.?Arrived: Steam?
er W. L. Stead, New York.
LIVERPOOL. May 4.?Sailed: Steamer
Royal George (Br. ). Halifax; 9th, arrived:
Steamer Lexington (B-r. ), Boston.
LIZARD, May. S.--Passed : Steamer
Mississippi (Br.), Baltimore lor London.
LONDON. Mav 9.?-Sailed : Steamers:
Tuscan Prince (Br. ), New York; Waimate
(Br. ). New York; 10th. arrived: Steamers
Maresfield (Br). St. John, N. B; Monte-!
zuma (Br.). St. John's, N. B.
MALTA, May 1--Sailed: Steamer River
ton (Br.), Baltimore.
RIO JANEIRO, May 7?Arrived:
Steamer Edward L. Doheny, Perth Am?
bo;.-; 8th, arrived: Steamer Alamosa, Balti?
MANCHESTER, May S. ? Arrived:
Steamer Colonial (Br. ), Savannah; ?in,
arrived: Steamer Manchester Port (Br.),
MANILA. May 5.?Sailed: Steamer Der
anof, New York.
MARSEILLES. May 5.?Sailed: Steam?
er Presidente Wilson (Hal.). New York.
NAGASAKI. May 2.?Sailed: Steamer
Buyo Maru (Jap.) (from Singapore via
Hong Kong), San Francisco.
PAUILLAC, May 6.?Arrived: Steamers '
Braddock, Boston; Mexican, New York I
via Bordeaux; Montoso, New York; Mont- |
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NEW YORK STATE
NEW YORK STATE~
Pelliam Heath Iin^
ON PELHAM PARKW?f^?
OPENING of 1919 SEASON
Wednesday Eve., May 14th
For Reservations Phone
Music by AL. JOCKERS and Versatile Orchestra
HARRY J. SUSSKIND, Prop.
Fort William Henry Hotel ?i
LAKE GEORGE, N. Y.
Will Open for the Season of 1919 on May 29th
Boating- Bathing- Fishing- Golf- Tennis
_ ., , _
Accommodations for a limited number of permanent guests will
be available during the months of June and September md ?art
of July. '
European Plan Write for Booklet
_CHARLES A. DOUGLASS, Manager
S. S. CONCHO
Leaves New York May 16
Returning from Galveston May 27
New York to Galveston
Calling at Key West, Fla.
Enjoy the refreshing sea trip to the
playground of the Great Southwest?
Galveston, with its surf bathing, fine
hotels and variety of out-door sports.
Steamer calls at Key West ; connect?
ing for Havana, Miami, etc. Connecting
at Galveston for Arizona, New Mexico,
Details regardinc subsequent sailings,
reservations mid tickets ut
New Uptown Ticket Office
489 Fifth Avenue
Pier 36, North River. New York.
Haverford.. . May 24iNorthlnnd.. . . Mny 31
Haverford. .. .July 3
Only One Class Cabin
. . . .May 241 Bohemian .
Only One Clas-, Cabin
Bohemian. .. .May 24? Bohemian. July ".
VVlnifredlnn. . .Juno 4 Winifred ?an July 15
Bailie.May 15|Adrlatie..June 14
Celtic.May 241 Baltic.June 20
I.apland.Juno 7| Celtic.June 24
AI VMDIP M?Y 24 HALIFAX
Offices. 9 Broadway, - New York
HONOLULU, SUVA. NEW ZEALAND I
The Palatial Passenger Steamers
R. M. S. "Niagara" R. M. S. "?Vlakura" !
-0,000 Tona 13,500 Tons
Sail from Vancouver, B. C.
For fares and sailings apply Canadian Pac. '
Ry., 1,231 Broadway, N. Y.,,or to Canadian- I
Australian Royal Mail Une, 440 Seymour
St., Vancouver, B. C.
i Consume 6?N?uu? 1%ansatlanti|U?
C?mnanv'<t ftffii-i? ,fl 8tata 8t- New Yertl
PIER 11. FT. MONTAC?UB
ST.. B'KLYN. AT NOON,
For Porto Rico. Curacao & Venezuela.
. 8 Maracalbo. Wednesday, Muy 14, at 1 P. M.
???teairier. Wednesday. May 21, at 1 P. M.
. 8. Zulla Wednesday. May 2R. at 1 P. M.
. S. Philadelphia. Wednesday. Juno 4, at 1 P. M.
Superior Accommodation? for Passengers.
BLISS. DA1XKTT & CO.. Geni. Mgrs.
Phono 5170 Hanover. ?>- Wall Street
Tickets. Tours. Travelers' Cheque?.
The t dail Steam Packet Co.
The P.- > Steam Navigation Co.
The Nelson lanes.
SOCTII AFRICA?Union Castle Line,
eiumlerhon X Son. Ucn'l Agts.. 2i> B'way. N.f.
COA8TWI8K STEAMSHIP LINES?For
all points South. Old Dominion, Savan?
nah, Southern Pacific L,lnea?For passen?
ger ? ?? information apply to Consolidated
i Railway ticket offices or Companies' offices.
TROUBLF.LKSS TRAVEL Be LUXB
To Anywhere For Anytime
825 Fifth Ave.. New York.
Paolflo Coait. ALASKA?Midnight Sun
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
R. PERRY, G. A. Pas? Dept.. 1231 11'way. N. Y.
Niagara To The Sen.?For Illustrated
guide, address John F. Pierce, Dep't I??,
Canada Steamship Lines. Montreal. Canada.
Short and Ideal Route to Orient from
1 Seattle. Fast Palatial Passenger Steamship!.
Nippon Yuteo Kaisha. ISO Broadway. N. Y.
,28-30 West 34th Street
1218 Livingston Street
SCHOOL OPEN ALL SUMMER
During June, July and August lessons will be
glvtin also on the Jersey Coast. Hours may bs re?
served at any Berlltj School.
Ethan Allen Camp, Lake Champlaln, No.
Hero, Vt.?Boy?. 9-10; July-Aug. : mllt
tnry.nnval tutoring ; catalog. ? B. 42d, N. Y.
ake the Pennies Bigger
Vollen James Buchanan was President and tall beaver hats were in
vogue; when gentlemen wore broad cravats and ladies wore hoop
skirts the pennies they tossed to children were as big as quarters.
But the cart-wheel coppers your grandfather got for keeping his lace
collar clean were not as big in buying power as the pennies of today.
A penny then might buy a pastry, or?
ten of them take one to the Fair, but your
great-aunt and great-uncle couldn't have
gone to a movie at any price.
Your great-gran'ther may have driven
the fastest horse in the country and paid
a tidy sum for it. But the price of a
stable of thoroughbreds would not have
bought him a fliver.
Sixty years ago the ladies could go
shopping for drygoods and buy silks that
would make you green with envy, linens
that were linens and broadcloths that
beggar description. But what their favor?
ite store did not have they usually got
You can pick up your daily newspaper
and in fifteen minutes you can know what
the different shops are offering in fabrics,
patterns, varieties and qualities that
great-grandmother never dreamed could
be gathered together under any condi?
Times have changed, and so have mer?
chandise and business methods. One of
the influences that has helped to bring
about so much of change, that has helped
to multiply opportunities and increased
the spending size of our pennies, is adver?
Every merchant, every manufacturer
knows that advertising materially re?
duces selling costs, by increasing the
demand for and the distribution of the
products of hundreds of thousands of
mills. Indeed many of the things we
count today as necessities or simple lux?
uries could r e made and sold at their
reasonable prices except as advertising
has created a broad market for them,
making millions of sales at little prices
and little profits.
And so you owe very much to adver?
tising. You owe much to the people of
yesterday who have read and been influ?
enced by past advertising and so have
made possible the economies and varieties
and wide distribution of merchandise
that you enjoy.
You owe present advertising a thor-;
ough reading. A greater familiarity
with advertising, with advertisers and
advertised merchandise makes contin?
ually for the increasing size of your
jDEMEMBER there is added value in reading
advertisements in The New York Tribune,
because The Tribune stands behind all mer
chandise advertised in its columns. If dissatis?
faction results in any case The Tribune guaran?
tees to pay your money back upon request.
Passenger and Freight Services
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL
Mauretania .May 17
Royal George.May 20
Orduna .May 22
Caronia .May 24
Carmania .May 24
Royal George.June 17
Orduna .June 24
NEW YORK ?o PLYMOUTH, HAVRE
NEW YORK to SOUTHAMPTON
Aquitania .June 2
Aquitania .June 28
21-24 STATE STREET. NEW ?ORK
"THE PUBLIC BE PLK4SED."
4LL OUTSIDE STATEROOMS $1.08 to $3.*?
Both Prices Include War Tax.
Boat Leavet Pier 39. North River, at 5:30 P. M.
'Phone Spring U491.
A II the wcu bi, water. Always in sight of iani.
Via Long; Island Sound, Buzzards Bay ani)
Cape Cod Canal
Leave Pier IS, Foot of Murray St., Dally
(Sundays included) at 6:00 P. M. Fare $5.65
i Including War Tax). Tickets and inform?.
;lon at Wharf. Telephone Barclay 6000.
???'Meal.s. Klateroorna Alwaya the Best.
Worce s?er. $3.83. Providence direct, $2.5*
STATEROOMS, $1.00 and $2.00
I Daily, including Sunday. 5 :J0 P. il.
From Pier 19. K. H. 'Phone 2700 Boekmaa.
I rickets at 1'ler or Consolidated ticket oCOeaa.
HUDSON RIVER NIGHT LINES
Daily from 1'ier 32, N. R., foot Canal St., B P. M.,
week days; Sundays und Holidays. 9 P. M.; West
I32d St., half hour later; duo Albany C o'clock
NEWBUROH, POUGHKEEPBjrE. KINGSTON.
Mon. Wed. and Friday?. Franklin St., 4 P. M.
'Phone 4B75 Franklin. Central Hudian Lia?
HUDSON RIVER DAY LINE
Daylight service up the Hudson
will be resumed May 24th.
45 minutes from Grand Central Station
Under management of
MISSES GILLAN _ EDWARDS.
OPENS MAY 1 7TH
N. Y. OFFICE?HEWITT STUD?
636 5th Ave. Hours 1 to ?.
Tel. Vanderbilt 7057.
Al?o mgrj. The lUvchwood. Summit. N.
Eastern Point, New London, Connecticut
JOHN McE. BOWMAN, President.
Ideal motor trip from New York and Boston;
hotel garage, superior dining service, a la carte
grill, golfing, yachting, bathing, dancliig; broker'!
jflloo; cool and bracing climate.
New York Office. 305 5th
or The Blltmore.
Dixville Notch, N. H.
In the Northern White Mountains
NQW OPEN AT
8 West 40th St., New York City
Telephone VantlerbUt 2390
fc> COTTAGE S A* NEW HAMPSHIRE
Opan from Juna 38th to October.
Booking Ofltqa at 8 West 40th St.. N. V.
Tdaphone Vaiulorbilt TIW.
N X. Slock Kxrhanga offloa Of
N. I4. Carpenter A Co.
Frank F. Shut?, John J. Hennaaty,
-NORTH ASBI KY PARK. N. ,t.
The Ideal R?sout Hotel.
OPENING JUNE 28
Directly nn Ocean. All outside rooms;
hot and cold salt water in bathrooms.
NEW MONTEREY GRILL
Entirely new?service a la carte and
dancing?largest and most beautiful
on the Jersey Coast. Ideal for motor?
SHERMAN HENNIS, Manager
New York Office. 8 West 40th St.
SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J.
ESSEX & SUSSEX
Hotel and Cottages
Spring Lake Beach, N. J.
Directly on the Ocean
America's Finest Resort Hotel
Hot and Cold Sea Water
Opens June 18th
New York Office:
8 West 40th Street, or Plaza Hotel
F. T. KEATING - - Manager
The Monmouth "iS"
Sprin? Lake. N. I. FRANK C. MOORE. Mgr.
Dpen June 19. N. Y. Booking Office. 8 W. 40th St.
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY
\ Opciv at all seasons 1
i ' of tne?rcrar. i
I or excellence, ? !
THE LEADING RESORT HOUSE OFTHE WORLD
ATLANTIC CITY. N . J.
"?THE NATION'S HEALTH SHOP"
O^ HEALTH IS EFFICIENCY
A Germicide Climate and Clean Street?
No Dust. No Dirt. Innumerable Outdoor
Recreations and Indoor Entertainment?
Ownership Management Josiah White & Son? 0*.
Rhode Island Ave., near Boardwalk.
All outside, rooms. Suites with bath.
Orchestra. Dancing. Capacity 250.
Hot and cold sea water baths.
Under new management.
BILTMORE HOTK1, CO.
Virginia Ave. near Beach.?Capacity 600:
strictly modern. Private baths, elevator, etc. '
Notable table; $3.50 up dally; special week?
ly. Booklet. Auto meets trains. W. F. SHAW. '
WORLD'S GREATEST HOTEL SUCCESS
Atlantic City'* Popular Hotel.
American Plan. $4 & $5 per Day.
daily. Amer. plan. Booklet. A. K. MARION.
H?I I PPIT?THJ ?. So. Carolina a?., nr. Beach,
niLLV/UCJJ Amer. & European plan. L. illli?
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
America's Famous All Year Resort.
Brown's Mills-in-the-Pine?, N. J.
1 "MALLOWS ?'
THE PIG'N WHISTLE INN
Brown's Mills-ln-the-Pine?, N J.
Modern In every way. Large ground?.
Boating, Bathing. FiHhlng, Hiding, Golf,
Tennis. Delightful Hostess House for
Girls. For particulars, New York Office
609-510 Times Bldg. Phone 1120 Bryant.
PASSAC0NAWAY INN ift
YORK CLIFFS, MA INF. OPEN JUNE 25
D. A. HAY, Mgr.
N. Y. Booking Office.. U80 Broadway
HYDE MANOR k?USso,.
Golf In the lake region of Vermont. Il?
Address A. TV. HYDE & SON.
Get ?war to happier???away to th? neirereatlnf.
pme-acantrit. alcep giving air of the Muakoka I.akr?.
There ymi will Hod thl?
| Hotel, cheery room?, good.
I rood, fiolf. Every room
,- a fined rat?. Illustrated
Booklet, R?t?I Mukaka Hotel P.O., Lak? thorn?, Oat
MILLBROOK, N. Y.
Will reopen for the Summer
on May 22d
M. E. SNIFFEN,
Proprietor. Hold La Salle.
30 East 60th St., New York
The Place for Your Summer Homo
Opens June 2flth. Altitud?. 2250 Feet.
Modem hotel with many privat?
baths. .Most highly praised table
Running hot and cold water. Electric
lights. New and Sanitary plumbing.
Picturesque 9-Ho!e Golf Course
Every amusement. Tennis. Boating
Fishing, Motoring. Howling, Billiards
and L'ancing Orchestra.
For reservations address
JOHN K. VAN WAGONEN, Manara
< V1SKILL, V V.
In the Adirondack Mountains
COTTAGES A\"T> CAMPS FOR RENT.
CERTIFIED M U.K.
A SUMMER RESORT of the highest
character; superb cuisine; an environment
Located In a forest preserve r.f 4,0"'? acres
on th" shore of Mi?
WONDERFUL UPPER SARANAC FARE.
Hundreds of beautiful lakes within fiva
miles. Excellent state roads, nn-d solt
Ail Sports and Amusements at ttvir best.
BOOKLET. Address until June 1.
HOTEL GRAFTON. Washington. D. C.
Mitiutea ?rom Grand ' entrai.
electric trains dail>. City couto
iii-es 1n the country. Gol??_rlU?
tennis. Saddle Uo.-s?s. Dai./ concerta.
HOTEL GRAM ATAN.
Lawrence Park, Bronxvllle, S. T.
i ??????iis-ii 11 ii ?iiiiii 11 ii um mi
OLD FORT COMFORT INN
Hnena Vista Park
PIER.MONT-ON-HFDSON. N. Y.
riverlookln? the Hudson. Ideally ?it.iated
ivlthln easy commuting dlstanc r* N Y
All forms of amusement. For information
and booklet address L. N. De Groat, Mgr.
Briarcllff Manor, N. V.
Within rommutlng distance of >>. Y. C
Good train service. Attractive to ihoso ap?
preciating QUlet. well-ordered bous? in
vate beach. No mosQUltoes. A.i moliera
Booklet Free?Mgt. Gllian 4
High and Cool in the Berkshire?.
OPENS JUNE 14.
Desirable Cottages with Hotel Servie*.
HOWE & TWOROGER. Managers.
Address until May 30, care Hotel Bel
mont, 42d Street and Park Ave.. New Y^rK.
Winter Resort, Princes? Hotel, Bermuda.
WILL OPEN JUNE Ifi
FOR RESERVATIONS. AC.
Apply to W. G. UAVII.L.
Hotel Mander?, West 47th St., N. T.
-RED LION INN-?
Ronds in Excellent Condition
Route Books and Circulars on Keenest.
? ALLEN T. TREADWAY???
CAN ACCOMMODATE FEW MORE GIRL?
AT GIRLS' CAMP IN WHITE MOUN?
TAINS. FOR PARTICULARS WRITS
MRS. E. J. BENSON. 181 BERGEN AVE,
RIDQEFIELP PARK, N. .T. TELE?
PHONE HACKENSACK 1038 W ____.
RKSTHAVEN?Care of Invalid? and el**
erly; beautiful location. 694 N. Broad
way, Yonkera. $12 up weekly. Phon?
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED_
A GENTILE bachelor Of 1 desires loW"
In? with a family of oultur? and -re*"**"
nient. Willing; lo pay ?t">0 per month W?
Island or Wealcheater County Pr'*f''i,r?i
Reference? furniahed. B. Box 40, Trl?"