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Trade to East
Wenatchee, Linder Admiral
Line, Iuaiipurates a New
Transpacific Service on
Marked Saving of Time
Japanese and British Are In
Field : New Liner Received
With Enthnsiasm on Coast
Marked enthusiasm has accompanied
the arrv. .\] on the Pacific Coast of the
Shipping Hoard's liner Wcnatehoo,
?which is just inaugurating thv regular
Amorean-owncd and operated passen
c">r service between Seattle and the
Crient under the management of, the
Seattle especially cave the new liner
an elaborate reception when she
?* earned into that port at the end of
her maiden voyage, which was from
Now York via the Panama Canal.
As the Wenatchee approached the
port she was ?33ft by a convoy of ocean?
going ships, excursion vejaseis, nava!
?raft and mosquito fleet, 's the new
liner passed the forts at various points
on the Sound guns boomed a welcome
and airplanes hovered overhead. ?X
crowd of thousands of persons met the
boat at her pier and speeches were
n ade by the Governor of Washington
and the Mayors of Seattle und Wenn:
cnee, for which latter city the Shipping
hoard liner was named.
Sharp Competition Sure
?While Seattle has hud trans-Pacific
passenger service, it has been fur?
nished by Japanese and British lines.
The Shipping f?oard, by assigning Cue
Wenatchee and four other passenger
liners for operation from Seattle is
?,'jing into direct competition with
these lines, and a sharp contest for
the Pacific carrying trade is inevitable.
"Because the distance from this port
to the Orient is shorter by far than
vom any California port, and also is
> rved by lour transcontinental rail?
roads, Japanese shipping interests hdve
mainly concentrated their terminals
on Pu get. Sound." says a statement is?
sued by the Seattle Chamber of Com?
The actual difference in distance
o'er the accepted trade routes is stated
to be as follows:
Seattle to Yokohama, via the Great
Circle, 4.263 miles; San Francisco to
Yokohama, via Honolulu, 5,536 miies. a
difference of 1,273 miles in favor of
S ?attle. Should San Francisco elect to
8?*nd her commerce over the northern
route, the Great Circle, the advantage
in favor of Seattle would still be 273
n ?les, representing a saving of from
o 3e to two days in sailing time, ac
cording to the speed of the vessel.
Seattle's advantage in distance to
Vladivostok in a comparison of short?
est routes is 235 miles, advantage tu
Kong Kong 369 miles, and to Batavia ;
269 miles. '
Time Saved Great Factor
As vessels of the Wenatchee class !
a -e under operating cost of approxi- ;
irately $5.000 per day, the saving ii3
time is an important element, it is
stated, and has had its influence in the
allocation of the Wenatchee and her
four sister ships by the United States
Shipping Board to the Admiral Line
for the establishment of the new fast
p 3ssenger and freight service to the
Orient, to meet the competition of for
eign lines which have all but monopo
lized business over this route.
With the new American trans-Pacifle
service and the present Japanese sail- j
ings there will be a passenger boat .
for the Orient out of Puget Sound ?
- M M .
Foreign Trade Notes
The Spanish duty of 60 pesetas per
iOO kilos on sugar has been restored
Exports from Czecho-Slovakia have
'^retofore had to be paid for in the
ftinds of the country receiving the
poods. It is now announced by the
Foreign Trade Office at Prague that
the exchange commission of the of?
fice will grant permits for payments
to be made'in Czecho-Slovak crowns.
The present exportable surplus of
cereals in Argentina, which includes
'he recent harvest, is estimated of
; "?ally in metric tons as follows: 2,800,
000 wheat and flour, 6 40,000 linseed,
About P8 per cent of the passenger
automobiles in the Nagoya cosisular dis
? rie.t- are of American manufacture.
'The prices asked for such cars range
from $1,000 to $3,000.
The total value of declared exports
from Spain to the United States in
l<>20 was less by $9,000,000 than in tbe
preceding year, but the value of ex?
ports both to the Philippines and to
Porto Rico showed an improvement.
Metropolitan Line to Reopen
Advantage has been taken by the
Metropolitan Line of the unusual early
spring and the steamers North Land
iand Calvin Austin will resume servie?
between New York and Boston, the first
sfteamer from New York leaving Piei
18, North River, New York, next Tues
day evening. The steamers will agair
tike advantage of the short cut througr
i ie Cape Cod Canal, which enable?
tuem to make the trip between the two
cities in about fifteen and one-hall
hours. Service will continue in effect
EXHIBITIONS AT THE |
489 PARK AVENUE
OF THE LATE
| SOLD BY ORDER OF HIS SON |
JEFFERSON WINTER 1
H <f Tn be sold Thursday afternoon. ???)
iprtl ?4, at 1:30.
MAPS, VIEWS. PRINTS
NEW YORK AND
? WITH THE FAMOUS
^ ?9 To br sold Monday, Tuesday |
errmn?s, April 18, 19, at 8:15.
SALES By MR. P. A. CHAPMAN |
Marine Police Raise Auto
Found on Rocks in Bay
Machine Believed to Have Been j
Abandoned by Thieve?; j
Diver (?ets License
Policemen of the marine division j
succeeded yesterday in raising a pray ?
touring car which was discovered at
dawn among the rocks off the Shore \
Rond and Sixty-seventh Street, Brook
lyn, in seven feet of water. They be- j
lif-ve that the automobile had been
abandoned by thieves before being I
started toward the seawall. Assisted I
by firemen, they .?pent several hours!
in th?> endeavor to raise the machine, j
Fireman .lohn (iilHgan. of Hook and j
Ladder Company 114, dived into the?
wafer alongside and searched for fif- |
teen minutes without f.nding any bodies '
or any belongings which might give a '
clew to the identity of the persons who ;
had occupied the car. He brought up |
the license number, which is 213,277,
Large Gains Made
In Laiin American
Trade During 1920
One-Fourth of V. S. Foreign
Commerce Is With This
Region Now; Cuba Leads
in Volume. Argentina Next
f Kapid growth in the trade of the
United States with Latin America was
shown last year. For the past decade ;
about one-fifth of this country's total
foreign trade has been with this region.
the share of Latin America having re?
mained practically the same until last
year, when it increased to one-fourth.
This trade last year was surpassed'
only by the united States' trade with '
Europe. European fraile, however,
amounted to A'2 per cent of the total
in 1-920, as compared with 5ft per cent
in 1919, whereas the trade with Latin
America increased from less than 'JO
per cent in 1919 to 25 per cent in 1920. .
The share of the Far East, Canada and
Africa remained practically the same i
as in 1919, amounting to 18 per cent. '
11 per cent and 2 per cent, respectively, ?
of the total trade.
The chief growth between Latin !
America and the United States in 1?20
was in the export trade, which amount?
ed to 58 per cent more than in 1919. .
while imports only increased .14 per
cent. The imports from and exports to
Latin America, by divisions, during the
last two years have been as follows:
Importa from? 1919. 1920.
Pouth America . ?687,G26,3S8 $761,053,871
West Indies... . 462.741,191 798,356,784
Mexico. 148.926,376 180,191.075
Cent, America . 46.941,338 70,360,653
Kx|-.t:k to -
u ? .-? Indies.
2 o 7. s r. 4. i " r
Total.$987,589,685 $1,568,227.'.'84 j
foreign trade, Argentina is the mos-.
important of the South American re- '
publics and is surpassed by Cuba alone
ot the Latin-American countries in its '
commerce with the United States. Ex
ports to Argentina, which consist. ,
largely of automobiles and accessories,
coal, cotton, textiles, steel rails, struc- ,
ttiral iron and steel, mineral oils, rosin
ami turpentine, lumber, etc., gained 37
rer cent in 1920. Imports from Argen?
tina increased 4 per cent in 1920, as
compared with 1919, but still show a
decrease of 9 per cent under 1918 fig?
ures. The importation of wools, hides,
skins, furs, etc., continued to decline
during 1920, hut this was offset by
heavier shipments of flaxseed, wheat,
In 1920 36 per cent of the total trade
between the United States and Latin
America was with Cuba, and it sur?
passed in value the combined trade
with Argentina, Brazil and Chile by
2.) per cent. Imports from Cuba in?
creased 72 per cent during 1920, and
exports to the United States 85 per
New York Interests Favor
It. A. C. Smith for Ship Board
From The Tribune's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON", April 9. - New York
shipping interests favor R. A. C. Smith
for a place on the Shipping Board,
Senator Cahier, of New York, said to?
day. The Senator added that the
President was giving the matter care?
The impression prevails here that
.Tames A. Farrell probably will accept
the President's proffer of chairman of
| the board, providing he can arrange his
! business affairs by June. Nothing of?
ficial has been announced at the White
j House concerning the appointment of
! Mr. Farrell.
-221 Bast 47th St.; G^orgfe Kazi
7.ian : . Unknown
-508 East ?th st.; William S.
Seller . Trifling
-798 Kant ltiOtb St., th? Bronx;
Parlor Kram* Co.Unknown
-32 Green? ut.-. Senfelder Lltho
Stone Company .Trifling
-'.06 K. 10-? fl.; William Swear
-136 W. I42d si., unknown.. .Trifling
-40t> V\ 29lh ct., John Cleverly.
-537 V\4 125th st.; auto; Larsen
Lumber Company .Unknown
-93 Greene ?t.; .Maxwell & Co..
-61 W. U4th st.; Louis Ska! *
-ni!? B. I7ith at , the Bronx; un
-129 E, S741 at.; Louis Perklna...Slight
-ni?17 3d a \.. unknown.Unknown
Monday & Tuesday,
Apr. 11th & 12th,
\t U.L RE THE
COM Ll'IMMi SESSIONS
Antique & Modern
By order of
Smyth,, Haggerty Si King,
40 East 45th St
S. W. Cor.
lames r. >ilo * Son. Auction*?!-*.
AUCTION COMMENCES AT
2:30 P. M. EACH DAY.
<?a&t ?>frttetl) $t.
A luxuriou* Re*identhl Motel, op?
posite the ?Metropolitan Club and
Fifth Avenue Entrance to Central
Park. Ea?y accejs to the theatrtw,
club? and shopping centre?.
?!ew York City
FOREST HILLS INN
FOREST HILLS GARDENS, L. I. *
n . ? (actual running time) trom
Penna. Station. E. J. U.VWi.E?, .Mgr.
Hlfh wulii*. low ??tor.
AM TM AM PM
Mull Oat?. 1:86 0:1? ".?*.? 3:0G
Sandy Hook. ?:01 !*:?<? &:34 8:24
Governor's I??lend.ll loti liilB 6:0*J 6:11
Str Lake Renton, Nuevlt?? March SD,
Matan*?* April a, to the Now York *
?'uba Mall Steamship Co, with migar; an?
chored oft Stapleton. 8 l.
Str Rrocktown dir), Hamburg March 23,
to Moor? * McCormaoW, In ballant; an?
chored oit Red Hook Plata, B'klyn.
Str Astral, Rotterdam March 26. to tho
Standard Oil Company. In ballast; an?
chored olT Tompklnsvtlle, H t.
8tr laird Ormonde <Hr>, Duono? ?Vyres
March 6. llarbndos March HO; to tho Amer
i?-?n Stnr Line, In ballast, anchored on* Bay
Sir Oronol(<\ l.a Tinta Fob 27, St Thomas
March 27. Boston April 7; to .1 II Win?
chester A Co, with nuise; Tier .'.?ft Bklyn
Sir Mystic. Hamburg Mnr?h 2.1; ?o the
Tnlted American l.lnc, with mdso; Pier
8t!, N R.
Sir T C White. Tampico April 1; to tho
Pan-American Petroleum and Transporta?
tion Co, with crude oil; Cnrteret, N .1.
Str Aqultantn (Hi?, Southampton and
Cherbourg April ?3; to tho t'unard Steam
Mhtp Co, Ltd, with puss, malla and miise;
Plot? r, 4. N U
Str Allaguash, ?'aibnrien April 2; to the
Foreign TranHport and Mercantile Corpo?
ration, with sugar: National Reilnery,
Yonkers, N V.
str Welshman (Hr). Liverpool March 5a,
Hosten April 7; to tho White Star I.lno,
with nuise; Tier 81, N R,
Str Azumasen Maru (Jap), Newport
March 18; Mitsui ?fc. Co; in balla*it; l'l?*r 33,
Str Bradayon, Hamburg March 20, irn
mtnjrham March 23; to tho Koir Steam?
ship Lino; with mds?; Pier 4, Army Base
Str wiufaro, San Francisco starch t,
San Pi-.lr?, March 3,.Crl8tobal Mut-feil 1?3,
Baltimore April 7; to the Williams Steam
?hip Co; with inilne; anchored off yunran
Str Oalahad, Glasgow Match '.ft; to th>?
American Line; in ballast; anchored off
Tompkitisvllle, S I.
Str General O H Bmat, Cristobal March
25. Saint Mure April 3; t?? the Panama
Railway Steamship Line; with nal??*; Pier
1 Hoboken, N J.
Sehr Ada A Mclntyre (Brl, Bermuda
April 1; to Stanncll Broa, in ballast; anch?
ored off Stapleton, K 1
Str Maracalbo, Marlcalbo March 23,
Curaeoa. April 1, Mayaguez and Porto Rico
April 3; to Bliss, Ballett & Co; with pass,
matin and rndse; Pier 13, Bklyn.
Str Panela, Hango March IS. Bresl
March 25; to the Globe Steamship Line;
with md??"; Pier 39. B'klyn.
Str Muskegon, Manzanillo March 24,
Clenfuegos March HO; to the Foreign
Transport * Merchants f'orp; with sugar;
anchored off Liberty.
Str Hiram D Maclean (Br), Georgetown
March 11. Brighton 'March 18; to .1 F Whit?
ney ?fc Co; with asphalt; anchored off
Vessel. Port. Departure.
Pun handle State., .London .Mar 31
Maraval.Trinidad ........ .Mar 28
Sherman.Cristobal .V.pr 1
Lituanla.Danzig .Mat; 26
Apache.Jacksonville .Apr 7
Frederik VIIT.Christiania..Apr 2
' Alfonso XIII.Cadi*-* .Mar 29
?Vorro Castle.Havana .Apr 7
Montserrat.Havana .-Apr ?
Zucapa.Llmon .Apr 7
[ Toloa.Cristobal .Apr 2
Coanio.San .Tuan.Apr S
Fort Hamilton.B?-rmuda .Apr fc
Due Tuesday *
Albania.Liverpool .Apr 3
Stavangerl'.iord.... Bergen.Apr it
3j? Bourdonnais.Havre .Apr 2
Hobt M Thompson..Dieppe .Mar 17
Tung us.Turks Isle ...... . A.i>r 7 ?
Rosalind.Halifax .Apr !? ?
Due Wednesday *
Stockholm.Gothenburg .Apr 2,
Munamar.An til la .Apr ? :?
Olympic.Southampton ...Apr 6
Due Thursday ,
Buenos Ayres.Cadia .Mar ?? :
Carrillo.Santa Marta.Apr 7'
Caracas.Curacao .Apr I
Fort Victoria.Bermuda .Apr 12
Ryndam.Rotterdam .Apr ? '
Providence....Marseille? .Mar 21]
Grecian Prince. Rio de
Janeiro .-?- 32:00 M
Polycarp, Manaos.- 12:00M
Citv of St. Louis, Sa
? vannah.?*- a *)? P3U
ton. 11:30 AM 12:0tM
Rochambeau, Havre... ?"?MO AM 32:00 M
?.'aserta. Genoa. 8:00 AM; 12:00 33*1
Italia, Trieste. 9:00 AM 200 PM ?
' Santa. Marta, Cristobal- 8:20 AM 12:00 M
Hortenelus, Rolarlo_ 8:00 AM l2:00M
Lake Sebago. Kingston. 7:00 AM 13:00 AM
La Bourdonnais, Havre 8:30 AM .12:80 M
i Montserrat. Havre. 8:00 AM 32:00 M
i Ft Hamilton, Bermuda. 7:30 AM 3 1:00 AM
Porto Rico, San Juan. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
! Maracalbo, Curacao... 9:130 AM 3 2:00 M. j
i Manchuria. Hamburg.. 8:80 AM 12.00 M !
Lituanla, Daiii-.ig. 8:00 AM 12:00 M
Indiana Bridge, Libau. 8:00 AM 12:00 M !
Pesaro, Naples. 8:00 AM 12:00 M i
' W M Tupper, Trinidad. 7:00 AM 13 :00AM i
1 Morro Castle, > Vera
? Cruz. 8:30 AM ftftOOM :
?Sail JPriday j
(Britannia, Marseilles. .10:30 AM 2 0 9 PM
1 Grecian Prince, Rio de
j Janeiro . 8:30 AM 12:00 M
, Alfonso XIII, Havana. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
A'.dan, Santos. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
Oulan?, St. Thoma?... ?:3 0 AM 3:00 I'M
Lake Elrlo. Trinidad... 7:3? AM 11:00 AM
Csrminl?, Liverpool... |:80 AM 12:00 M
Cedrlo, Liverpool. 8:30 A.M 12.00 M
Ft Victoria. Iirnnuaiu 7:30 AM 11:00 AM
/'.araim, Kingston. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
Tolo?. Pt Limon. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
Th* eonnectlng malls clou* at the Gen?
eral Poatofflo? and City Hall Fostoftlc?
Station, New Tork, at I p. m.. at followa:
Hawaii and specially addressed mall for
.lap.in, Core?, and China, via Han Fran?
cisco, ?teamshtp Core? Maru. April 14.
Japan. ?7or?'a, China, Hlbflrl?, French Indo?
china, Netherlands Ea?t Indie? (except
Sumatra) and Philippin? lalanda, via
Vnicouvcr nnd Victoria, B. ?..'., ?tcam
?hlp Km pre.?? of Japan, April 14.
Tahiti, Marquee??. Cook lalaml?, New
Zealand and specially addressed mall for
Australia, via Ban Francisco, ?tuamshlo
Tahiti. April 17.
Reports by Wireless
From the U. S. Naval Commu?
[Platanen *s given In mile*. Report? ar?
dated at noon unluss otherwise specified.]
Aeolus 641 SB Atnbio*? Apr 9.
Atrwlatar 130 S Delaware Breakwater
American pel Miami Apr 8.
Andrea F Luokenbach 1P8 B Ambrose
Anthracite Bridge, lat 27 44 Ion 79 30
Apache 59 N Hatteraa Apr 0.
Arapahoe :;~ K Hatteraa Apr 8.
Argon 2,483 (rum San Ki-anclnco 8 I'M
A pus 2,219 from Vanco?vr 8 PM Apr ?5.
Bella 385 S\V lutteras Apr 8.
Bristol 10 S\V by S WInterquarter Apr 9.
Charles M Everest 40 S Cape May Apr P.
Chickaaaw lat 35 22 Ion 72 t>l Apr 8.
City of ?Spokane 2,450 [rom Seattle 8 pw
Clearwaler :;S4 E Ambron Apr I.
Coamo 847 SB Ambrose Apr s.
Colon 350 N Colon Apr 8.
Coma! 90 N Hatter?? Apr 8.
Comet 50 N Jupiter Apr 8.
?4inius 7.'i S Jupiter A in- 8.
Cristobal 650 S Cape Henry Ar? 8.
Dannedaike la' '34 25 Ion 47 50 Apr 8.
Decalur Bringe 100 from Beaufort 7 AM
Delco '477 ? Ambrose Apr 8.
Bast Side XriO E Ambrose Apr 8.
Eastern Cloud ?8 B Nantucket 8 PM Apr 8.
Eastern Dawn 1,764 E Ambrose Apr 8.
Ebro 1,981 N'B Colon Apr 8.
Bdinore 1,76s from Seattle 8 PM Apr t.
Edward Pairee 45 SB by B Cape lienrv
8 I'M Apr 8.
Kl >,nrt<; 141 SWFrylngpan Apr 8.
El Lago U4 S luttera? Apr 8.
Esparta 1. L:l7 S Boston Apr S.
Esperanza 258 S Scotland LV Ait 8.
Everglades 'M N Hatteraa Apr 9.
?".Jen II F Hodges ;<.77 NE Colon Apr 8.
Gulflund 12., S Hatteraa Apr 8.
Uahatonka lat 36 24 Ion 60 28 Apr 8.
llahlra 60 SSE Cape Henry Apr 8.
Henry S Grove 26 SB Burcia l'oint Apr 8.
Ada la2 E Ambrose Apr S.
.1 O Donnell 29 S WInterquarter Apr P.
John Worthlngton 180 S Ambrose Apr 8.
Jomar 850 SE Ambrose Apr 8.
Juniata .. N ?'ape Henry Apr 9.
Kenowis 1,127 ENE Charleston Apr 8.
Kcrhonkson 775 K Cape Henry Apr 9.
Kootemu ?; SW Flro Island Apr 0.
L J Drake S2 N Hattcras Apr P.
Lackawanna Bridge 4 from Carysfort Apr S.
Lake Ellerslle 68 N Huttarus Apr 9.
Lake Blllthorpe 109 N Hatteraa Apr 9.
Lake Festas 210 SW Hatteraa Apr 8.
Larmale 1,428 E Hatteraa Apr 8.
Levisa 467 SW Scotland LV Apr 8.
M F Elliott 193 SW Hatt?ras 8 PM Apr 8.
Manatee 144 SW Hut terns Apr 8.
Maguan 186 from ?.'ape Henry S PM Apr 8
Morro ('asti.- ?7 S Scotland LV Apr 9.
Mount Carroll G6fi E Ambrose Apr 6,
Muskogee 14 B Illllsboro Apr 8.
New Tori: 125 N'E Hatteraa Apr 8.
Pennsylvanlan 320 NE Colon Apr S.
Persian 120 off Prylugpan Apr s.
Pipestone County 112 K Ambrose Api 8.
Polyblus lat 40 27 Ion G8 42 Apr 8.
Kumulus 308 S Halteras Apr S.
Samuel L Fuller 76 N Jupiter Apr 8.
San Gil 250 SW Nantucket Apr b.
Santa Elsla 645 S Sctland LV Apr 8.
Santa Eulalia 329 SW ITatter.,8 Apr B.
Santa Rosa. 15 E Cape Henry 6 I'M Apr 8
Saturnia 655 E Hallfax Apr 8.
Schoharle 160 from Charleston Apr 8.
Sherman 812 N* Watllug Island Apr 8.
Bixaola 802 H Scotland LV Apr 8.
Standard Arrow 1,620 from Shanghai 8 I'M
Sutherland lat 42 19 I?n 49 74 Apr 8.
Tlppecanoe 7<4, s Cape Flatters 8 PM
Tolo* 964 S Scotland LV Apr 3.
W S Rheetns 220 E Sand Key Apr S.
West Jester 1,034 from ?'olumbia River 8
PM Apr 7.
West Kader 450 W Columbia River 8 PM
West Keats 1,584 S Columbia River 8 PM
West Keone 420 from San Francisco 8 Pil
Wlllsolo 275 H Hatteras S PM Apr ?.
Winston Salem lat 38 ;?7 Von 50 01 Apr 7
Wm M Burton 200 S Hatteras Apr S
Zucivpa 8 54 ft Scotland LV Apr 8.
Zoppot 16 K Jupiter Apr 8.
BALTIMORE. Md. April 9-?Arrived:
Str? Aztec (Nor), Tampico; Mississippi
(Br), London v ia Boston and Philadelphia :
Standard, Tam?lico; Andrea F Luckenbach,
New York; Weel Madake.t, N'cw York;
Transportation. Portland. Me; Argus. Rot
terdam; Monte Cristo (It). Genoa \ ia St
Michael?; Santa Rosa. New York; Hahlra,
Port Lobos; Georgeanna Weems, New
t'oi'k; Baton Rouge, Tampico; tug Volant,
wit)? barge Ashland, Clenfuegos. Sailed:
Strs M'est Celina, Manchester and Avon
mouth; Hutaco, Mobile; Sant Andrea (It)
Gibraltar, for orders: Robert Maersk (Dan)
BOSTON, April ??Arrived and sailed
Str Essex, Philadelphia. Arrived, StU
Sir? Canoplc (Br), Genoa and Naples v's?
Tonta Delgada; M'alter A Luckenbach
Pacific ?'oast p?irt3 via .New York: Everett
Lambert'.- 1'oirk. Sailed: Strs ?ieorg.
Washington, New York; Norwalk. Nev<
TorU : City of Columbus. Savannah: liar
vey H Br?wn, Norfolk; Howard, Baltimori
BRUNSWICK. Ga. April 9?Arrived: St
Tlflie (Span), London. Sailed: Sehr Ed
win G Parrar, New York.
CHARLESTON, S C, April P?Arrived
Str Arapahoe, .New York ?and proceeded t
I Jacksonville). Sailed: Strs City of Flin
(Texas City), for Genoa and Naples; Knox
ville (Rrrmm), for Oalveston: schrs Allee
M Cobtirn, Philadelphia; Helvetia, New
?ALVBSTON. April 0 ?Arrived: Cardi?
gan ttlr), Marseilles; W H Llbby, Charles
ton; George O Henry, T?mplOO. Salted:
Montrolite. Montreal; Angel?? ?Sp), Barce?
lona; Torres, Tampico ; 131 Hud, New Tork;
Carmarthenshire (Br), Bremen, Hotter
dam and Hull; Afel, London via New Or?
JACKPONVILLK. Fla. April 9 ?Arrived:
Nantucket, Baltimore; Barbara, W (Mr).
Mobile. Salted: Comanehe, New Tork;
Boston Bridge, Savannah; Baytown, Turn
MOBILE, Ain, April !? -Arrived: Rtrs
Bowilen (Nor), Vort Barrios; Tuscan. Ha
vana; Tiixpanoll, Baltimore; w)\r Mel
bourn Smith, Oult'purt. Sailed: Strs Mma
delta, New Orleans; Asian iBrl, Liverpool;
Honduras (Nor), Port Barrios; sehr Marlon
N (Jobb, Bridgetown.
NORFOLK, Va, April 9?Arrived: Oak
win (Br). New fork: Scotland Maru (Jap).
Nnple?", Caroline Maru (.lap). Wilming?
ton; Kveros <Gk), Galveston; Amolco. Hus?
ton; Indian City (Br), Lelth. Balled:
Hiirkdal.? (Hr), Havana! Manchester Mari?
ner (Br), Mun'hester via Philadelphia;
Monte Rosa (It bark), Genoa; Montener.?
(It bark). Genoa; Rarbacena (Bra/.), Gi?
braltar; Llngtlelil (Hr), London; Jacques
''artier (Fr), Havre; Walter D Noyes,
PHILADELPHIA, April A-?Arrived: Str?
Andalusia (Swed), Ctenrucgos; Lake But?
ler, Clenfuegos; Elida Clausen (Nor), N??w
York; AgwlHtar, Calbarlen; Hatartla. Ham?
burg; Liberator. S??at.tl?a etc, via New]
York; Domingo Nazabal, 1 (Cuban) SagUa; j
Kremlin (Bcljr), Antwerp; M?tnch'?st<r
Mariner (Hr), Manchester via Norfolk.
Sailed: Sirs Persler (Belg), Baltlmor??;
Osama, San Juan; Story iken (Nor), Rio
de J ?Metro; Charles M Kverst, Tampico;
Bessemer, Fall River; Devolente, Port
Lobos; Gargoyle, Alexandria; Cretan, New?
port News; Tanamo, Tela; Alexandria
?.Dan), Copenhagen via Baltimore; Slat?
(Fr), Norfolk, Point Lobos; sehr Anna R
Hctgrlttes. New York.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER, Del, April
9?Satled: Sehr Graco Van Dusen (from
New York), Virginia.
PORT F.ADS, Lu, April !??Arrive,) ? strs
Baron Napier (Brj. Norfolk; Cltffor.l, 13u
rope (diverted to Mobil??); Eduardo (Span),
Port Arthur; Froeport, Sulphur No 1, Tam?
pico; Lake, Falama, Cubanas, Cuba: La
Perouse (Fr), Savannah; Matolle, Tam?
pico; ?ola. Mexico; Sabine Sun, Tampico.
Sailed: Strs P'roeport, Sulphur No t?. Free
port, Texaa; Oansfjord (Nor), Port Bar?
rios; Olaniho (Iloml), Port Cortex; < >rl
flamme (Hr), Havre; Pequot, Genoa; Sln
aloa (Nor), Frontera; Wlnneconne, Pen
?acola; Toro (Hond), Ceiba; sehr Herbert
I'ORT ARTHFR. Tex. April 9?Arrived:
Strs Currier, Tampion; ?clir Copperfield,
Mobile; Dalworth (Hr). Shields. Sailed:
Str Comunch? (.111, Sabine.
PORTLAND. Me, April 9?Arrived: Str
Matoa, Norfolk. Sailed; Str Dallas, Avon
PORT TAMPA. Fla. April 9?Arrived:
Str .Mascotte, Key West.
SAVANNAH, Oa. April 9?Sailed : Strs
Arsralla (Br), Liverpool via. Portlatid, Me;
City of Montgomer?.. New York.
TAMPA, Fla, April 9?Arrived : sir)
Charles K Harwood, Tampico; sehr Fr??e- !
man, Mobil?. Sailed: str Barrig?n Court
(Br), New ?Orl?ans.
Departure? for New York
BILBAO?Str Black Sea. !
GENOA?Str Princess Matoika.
CHRISTIANIA- Str AV'esl Gambo.
GIBRALTAR- Str Rondo. >
YOKOHAMA?Str Am a-.ton Maru.
BOFLo? INK -Str Crislield.
ANTWERP- Str Wlco.
OENOA- Str Aiiseldo.
LONDON?Str Yamhlll. ?
SOUTHAMPTON -Str Santa Teresa. ?
BUENOS AYRKS--Sc.hr Singleton P?l?
Arrival? Krom New York
HAMBURG- Str Communipaw
MOLLENDO?Str Santa Ana.
COLOMBO?Str Katun a.
AVONMOUTH?Strs Glenlyon, Hartinore.
LONDON?Str Old North State. I
April 9 - Tus Susan B Moran, with barge
in tow, br?)ke down off Roam?*r Shoals: ;
Ihey were l.te.- tawed Into port.
April 7- Sehr J L Rulston (Br)? left i
Santo Domingo for Parrsboro; ?.???ssel was!
afire at,.] abandoned by crew, they were 1
BOSTON. April 9?Str Agamemnon (Br), i
left Singapore for this port: vessel sent,
out radios asking for assistance; she an?
chored at sea, fog-bound, and is also mak- j
tng repairs to disabled machinery. Her
position is 200 miles south of the Azores. '
BRUNSWICK, ?3u. April 8 -Tug W B
King (Am), hound for Savannah, put in'o i
this port to repair boilers.
FALMOUTH, April 8?Str Moshico (Ami.
left Rotterdam for Knglan.i; cjpsei ?r-j
rived here in distress.
From The I'ribuTia's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, April 9. -Army or?
ders issued to-day follow:
Eiehelberger. Major R. I... to Camp Dix.
Tierney, Major ,T. H . to fftmp Mewde.
Hurg, Major ,T. I,., to Camp Dix.
Kellam, Lt. 3'.. to Camp Travis.
Wirt, Ca.pt. ,i B., resigned.
Quintard. Cap?. A. S, to Scho?eld Bar?
ra. :k s.
' Woodruff, Capt. V P. , to Panama.
Graves, ?'apt. E. M., to Panama.
i Reigner. ?.'.a:??. L. E., to S.?hofleld Barracks
' Besse, Capt. a. H., to Douglas.
\ Hall. Ma 1er H., to Fort Sam Houston.
; Hickey, Lt. L. P., to Fort Sam Houston.
j Collins, Capt. T. J!., Med. C, to Mitohel
I Edwards, Capt. L, M , Q. M. C, 10 Hagers
. Delano. Major F. G., Sig. C, to Washing?
' Qulgley. Capt. R. E., P. S., to Manila.
West 42nd St. (Between Fifth and Sixth Avenues) West 43rd St.
Important Concessions from Regular Prices
ALL-SILK PRINTED GEORGETTE
This season's designs and colors. Excellent quality.
40 inches wide
All-Silk Crepe Georgette
Good quality. Complete assort?
ment of evening shades and street
40 in. wide $1.10 per yard
American Dress Taffeta
Navy Blue and Black.
Good quality and weight.
36 in. wide
Navy Blue, Brown and Black;
closely woven face. Excellent
weight aivl quality; high lustre.
40 in. wide $2.10 pcr yard
Japanese Pongee Silk
Natural color; smooth finish.
50 in. wide
Thief Who Gets
To Suiter 1 tu ni8
Dr. Wood Toils of Those Who
Stole Precious Substance
Ignorant of Its Power and !
Hat! to Call Medical Aid j
Any pickpocket who undertakes to \
steal the ? 100,000 gift of radium which j
the women of America are preparing to j
give Mme. Curie on May Zu will do so
ut the risk of his health. He literally
may get. his fingers badly burned.
Some terrifying fads concerning the l
retributive powers of radium against
pickpockets were described yesterdkj
by Dr. Francis Carter Wood, director
of the Crocker cancer research labora?
tory of Columbia University ami head
of the board of scientists aiding the
committee of womei.
"Mme. Curie's treasure when it is
hand?;?] to her will look like a small
! amount of tooth powder," he said. "It
will be sealed up in a glasfi tube about
one-quarter of an inch in diameter and i
an inch long, inclosed in a heavy piece |
of lead pipe. The outer trappings may
be gorgeous, but inside the box which
contains it there will bo nothing to at?
tract a pickpocket or a hold-up man.
"In fact, sundry gentlemen who have i
: stolen radium from physicians have
i turned up a few weeks later with very
unpleasant and slow healing burns,
either on their fingers or opposite the
spot where the radium was carried. In
one instance a thief was traced through
his application for treatment at a dis?
pensary, the physician who examined
him recognizing the nature of the ra
' dium burn.
"All this makes it very improbable
that Mme. Curie will cany her $100,000
| treasure in her vanity hug. She will
place it H'i ?luickly as possible in a
safe deposit vault and will transmit it
, to her laboratory in Paris by express.
"Radium is carried in a simple glass
tube, sealed up tightly su thai none
of the gas which it gives off can es?
cape. The gas. if it is breathed in any
quantity, is quite destructive to the
white corpuscles of the blood and may
even cause death. Then to protect any
one who is to handle the substance
the glass tube in which the radium
salts are packed for radium is never
sold as a pure metal?is inclosed in a
cylindrical shaped lead bottle with a
heavy lead cap screwed on the top. A
large quantity of radium, such as a
gram, give.s off so much radiation, even
through one-quarter inch lead, that if
the package should remain for any
length of time near the human body
ac least one-half inch of lead would
be necessary for protection."
Reach to Move Cid's Ashes
BERG?S, Spain, April 9.- Final ar?
rangements have be?'Ti made for the
transfer of the bodies of the Cid and
his wife, Ximena, from the Municipal
Building to the Cathedral, where the;,
will be buried in the center of the nave.
The ashes will be placed in a metal i
urn, covered with a massive slab of
marble, inscribed with the name of this
eleventh century national hero of Spain
and that of his consort.
From The Tribune's Washington linraau
WASHINGTON'. April 7 -Navy orders
issued to-day follow:
Atkins, Cmdr. 4. M. (Cons C), to P^n- ??
Bunkley. 4t. W. S. (Mod. C), to Santa
Creighton, l.i. <"?ndr. .J. M . to Washington
Olli. Lt. J. C. til-d. ?' ). to Port a
Harding, i4t. II. S., to 14 S. .s. Patoka.
.TonfH, ?lut?. It. W., in (7riit"i! States
Kays, Cmdr. lt. B., to Charleston, W. Va.
Keene, Lt. C, to Camden.
Marsh, Lt. W. L. (j. g.), to Asiatic Station.
McCandless, Cmdr. B. lo 1.4 S. s Kansas
McOuire, Lt. Cmdr. H. D., to 14 s. s.
Mldgett, Lt. Cmdr. ?4 K. (CL-3), to r y
Morrow. Lt. T. I,. (Med. ?.'.). to Sai
fliordan. Lt. Cmdr. J. F. ?Med. C.) to
L'. S. S. Celtic.
floss. Lt. (J. g.) W. n., to U. S. S. Peor?a
Snow. Lt. Cmdr. H. K., to Washington.
Becker, Lt. (7mdr. .J. F. (CL-3), to 14 S. s
Lupton. Lt. M. L. (CL-3), to New Ta!
Shurtleff. Cmdr. I. F. (CL-3), c Hampton
Luncheon Given forG.K.C
i Dickens Fellowship Bid? Fare?
well U* ?i.hostcrton
A farewell luncheon was held for Mr.
?m?! Mrs. Gilbert K. Chesterton, who
i "turn to lane in rid on the Aquitania on
Tuesday, by th<? Dickens Fellowship of
New York at the National Arts Club
At the conclusion of the luncheon
Mr. t heaterton, who is an honorary
vice-president of the Dickens Fellow?
ship, spoke a Few words on the friend?
ship of America and England, which be :
maintained would progress to a ??rector
extent were it not. for the bombastic
and . uperfyuous statements of the many
He said thai Dickens, in .spite of the
trivial quarrels he had with this coun?
try, has done more to cement a broth?
erly feeling between (he two nations
of the Anglo-Saxon race than any one
Dr. Howard Duffield, pastor-emeritus .
of the First Presbyterian Church, in-j
troduced Mr. Chesterton, and other:
speakers were Edward J. Wheeler, of
Current Opinion; John (?. Af*;ar, presi?
dent of the National Arts Club, ?nd
Mrs. Chesterton. Dr. Lyman Whitnej
Allen, president of the Dickens Fellow?
ship of New York, presided at the
Bazaar for Zion Hospital
No I ?Ml Artists on Program to
Raise BuHiling Fun*!
A bazaar will be hold at the United
Israel Zion Hospital, in Brooklyn, early
in May to raise more than "$150,000
needed for the completion of its build?
, Participating in the arrangements
for the bazaar are Dr. I. Seth Hirsch,
head of the X-ray department of Belle
vue Hospital, who i chairman of the
entertainment committee; Nathan Elb
schutz, president of the* Night and Day
Press; Boris Fingerhood, executive di?
rector of the United israel-Zion Hos?
pital; Leopold Wolfsohn, of the Brook?
lyn Academy of Music: David R. Cun
nison, of The American Magazine; S.
R. Green, of the Consolidated Stock Ex?
change; Leo J. Hirsch, of Lan day
Brothers; A. J. Herrick, C. S. Isaacson.
S. Jay Kaufman. Louis Rosenberg, of
the Keystone Tires Corporation, and
Among those who will take part in
the program arc? Francine Larrimore,
.Manu Z'.icca, the well known opera
singer; R. !.. Goldberg, of T'h.? Evening
Mail; Joseph Boris??!!", the pianist, and
Joseph Chernofsky. "cellist. The date
of the opening of the bazaar will be
Realize this?the breriIjB?
season is upon as?the H0r.
main eggs will soon bceossa
uncounted creatures of untold
Get the ONE now. PboU
ns at onc<- to ^anify your prem?
ise* making them surgicaBf
clean and safe!
Country bomeg- ahove all
?should be fumigated. i
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Hoover Thanked for Rel
GENEVA, April 9. The Congregad
the International Union to Save CWl
?hen closed her?. this afternoon L?r
Weardale presiding. Among ?-'. rl
p?,rts read was that of Captain <&jn?
for America, which gave stat??tfc
showing the enormous number of 7-7
tions distributed by American s?Z
A resolution was voted thai?<:r.
Americans for their efforts in beh
of the children of Europe. The. res
lution said with reference to the y
lief work of Secretary of Comme??
Hoover: "The Congres addresse? to
Herbert. Hoover ar.d his collaboretoi
its warmest thanks for the magnifi?e?!
effort of the United Stat? in behalf
of suffering children." The Asstiffibl
then rose and paid a standing tributv
to the work of the Americans.
Gustave (Charpentier li||
PARIS, April 9.?Gustave C-i arpen
tier, composer of "Louis< ' and othe?
operas, is seriously ill. He was pro
moted to be an officer of the Legion
of Honor last February.
Veteran Publisher Retires
ROCHESTER. N. T., April P._^
Henry Mathews, ?or fifty year" pre.f.
dent of the Roche-tor Printing
pany, which publishes The Democm
and Chronicle, retired from that orTici
and from the publishing business ?|
noon to-day, his eight;.-third birthda?
He is succeeded in the presidency ??
the company by Herbert J. Winn, vfc
also takes the office of treasurer
a? a .--..? . WT5?m7
hr1 "L'' \*^&QMuMr'i*-to^?ssss?lir^V& **t'* *'rw:*i\in ?IfflL r* A ?C.T*
and AU?TIAN RAUMS 59?St
Edward P. ?Re.iluv: Auctioneer
UNRESTRICTED AUCTION SALE
A collection of Very Fine Italian Commodes, Cabinets,
Chairs, Suites, Velvets, Damasks, Brocades, Laces
Faience, Wrought Irons, Carvings, etc., etc.
Bv Order of
Charles B. Drew
Also Complete Furnishings from an Important Residence
RYE, N. Y.
C onststinc of Velour Suites. Colonial four-post Beds. Needlework ."?-a.. Dining
Room Sets, Odd Chans, a Rare Collection of Silve.-. Crystal Chandelieis,
Louis XVI. Period Bronze Mounted Tables. Small Kingswood Commodes,
i insel and Velvet Pictures, Inlaid Work Tables, Paintings. Rug?, etc., etc.
Including a Number of Sable and Taupe Fox Scarfs
Sale Days ^d;^h"/.*L. April 13-14-15-16
at TWO P. M. en-ph day.
F.XHIB1TION Monday, April llth. untii time of We.
1 Flints Fine Furniture
? Whether you come here first or last, come. We invite
? "shopping" because, even if you do not buy here and
ZHZ you will not be pressed to do so), you will at least put
m yourself in position to know that price in relation to
ZZ Quality, goes farthest at Flint's.
? Today there are many special Furniture offerings. See
? all that you can?but be sure to see ours too. More than
? 80 years of specializing have made this a representative
? bsuiness and a shopping centre for Furniture of the worth -
? while sort.
WE GUARANTEE THAT IF, FOR ANY REASON. DURING
THUS YEAR WE QUOTE A LOWER PRICE ON ANYTHING
SOLD AT THIS TIME, WE WILL RETURN TO EVERY
PURCHASER THE AMOUNT OF THE DIFFERENCE.
Bed Room Suites, $198.00 to $1632.00
Dining Room Suites. $370.00 to $2990.00
ORIENTAL RUGS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
B865 BED ROOM SUITE?QUEEN
ANNE CROTCH WALNUT
4 Pie?on, consisting of Full size Bed. i Formerly )
Bureau, Chifforoibe, and Vanity $788.00
Dressing Table.j Reduced to i
Night Tabla. Fornwly $39.00.Now $23.00
B?anctt 39.00.;?.?, " 23.00
Rock? 39.00-. ?L " 23.00
Chair " 37.50. .... ? 22.50
Complete suites or single
pieces made to order for
prompt delivery from our
own New York City Factory.
Flint 6 Horner G? Ino
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SHIPPING POINTS IN
THE UNITED STATES.