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/ England Ready
To Let Teutons
Bov Back Liners
British Government Has
Loft Sales of Ex-Enemy
Vessels Open for Any
Foreigners to Purchase
60 Steamers Available
Cap Polonio, Muenchen and
Tirpitz. Passenger Ships,
May Fly German Flag
, The British government has now de?
eded to put on the market for Sale to
foreigners as well as to British buyers
oil the ex-German ships which it has
$een offering hitherto to British citi?
Ten small cargo steamers have al?
ready been reported sold back to Ger
?tnany, and it is expected that a con?
siderable number of the other ships
turned over to Britain, as a result of
tf\e war, will go back to Germany.
Lord lnchcape, who has had charge
of the sales, on behalf of the British
government, announced thati at the
beginning of this month the ex-enemy
ships would be offered for sale gen
tgrally. As a result, not only cargo
^easels but some large liners built in !
German yards may again fly the Ger- ;
man flag in the transatlantic trade.
May Purchase Liners
According to the latest available list
of the vessels for sale, there are in?
cluded the Cap Polonio, of 20,597 gross
tons, built in 1914; the Tirpitz, of 19,
S00 gross tons, completed last year,
Kgnres indicated are standard time.
High water. Low water.
AM PM AM FM
Sandv Hook. 5:83 B:52 11:85 -
Cove-nor-s Island. 5:45 6:15 12:09 12:06
-(??' . at? ........ 7:;n 7:52 1:43 1:43
Btr La Lorraine (Fr), Havre June 22; to
the Compagnie Gen?ralo Transatlantique,
Brat, 113 second cabin,- l"3 steer
ape pasa, mails and nids?; Pier 67. N R.
Str Wleldrec?t (Dt). Hamburg June 16;
to Th Van Ommercn Corp, in ballast. Pier
4. Bayonne, N J.
Str Andalusia, Shields June 1; to the
Atlantic & Adriatic Steamship Co, in bal
nchored off I-iiberty.
Str Bristol City (Br), Bristol June 5 5.
Julv 1; to James Arkell & Co,
ndse; Fier 63, N R.
Str K>'nnemerland (Dt), Amsterdam
Juno 17; tc Punch. Edye & Co, with mdse;
Pter 3, Bu&b. Docks. B'k'.yn.
Insinawa, Liverpool June 16; to the
Navigation Co, with mdae; Pier
19, Clifton, S I.
Btr Mundale, Porto Padre June 25; to
the Munson Steamship Lines, with sugar;
Pier 9, E R.
Str Hellas (Nor), Curacao June 12, Porto
Colombia June 16, Chriatobal June 19,
Kingston June 22; to the Caribbean Steam?
ship Co, with mdse; Pier 2, Empire Stores,
Str Manhattan (Br), Norfolk July 1; to
the Atlantic Transport Line, with mdae in
iranbit to London; Pier 6S, N R.
Str France (Fr), Havre June 25: to
French Line, with pass, mails and mdse;
Pier 57. N R.
Btr King Alexander (Gk), Constantinople
June IG, Piraeus 15, Patras 17, to N
Galanos & Co, with 166 first. 485 second
cabin, 67S steerage pass, mails and mdae;
Pier 4, Bush Docks. Army Base, Bklyn.
Str Wheaton (transport), Antwerp June
20, to the United States Anr.y Transport
Service, with 4.300 bodies of soldiers and
?tores; Pier 4. Hoboken, N J.
Str Fred W Weiler, Lobos June 24, to
Robert L Hague, with crude oil; Pier 1,
Tidewater, N J.
Sir Niouw Amsterdam (Dt), Rotterdam
June 22, Boulogne and Plymouth 33, to
the Holland-America Line, with 1CS first,
231 second cabin, ;iH6 steerage pass, malis
and mdae; anchored oft Quarantine.
Str Cissy. Vera Cruz June 24, to the New
Tork ? Cuba Mail Steamship Line, in bal?
last; anchored off Quarantine.
Str Jersey City (Br), Calcutta May 11,
Colombo IS, Cochin 20, Port Said June 4,
Oran 18, to the Kerr Steamship Line,
with mdse; anchored off Quarantine.
D S S Harding, Hampton Roads; an?
chored in North River.
0 S ? Sandpiper. Hampton Roads; an?
chored In North River.
Ptrs Canadian Spinner (Br), Brisbane;
Ballbjore (Nor), Rio de Janeiro; Kentucky
(Am), Shanghai; Aryan (Am), Port Ar
thu: Richmond (Am), Baltimore; Clare
(Am), San Juan; Eastern Planet (Am),
in; I'lua (Br), Havana; Mexico
(Ani), Havana; Bannock (Am). Hamburg;
Kort St George (Br), Halifax; Jefferson
(Am). Norfolk; Lafayette (Fr), Havre;
Catherin? (Am). Puerta Plata; Walter A
I.uckcnbach (Am), Philadelphia; Niagara
?!? Baltimore; Ryndam (Dt), Rotter
. irlirjg (Am), Richmond; Zee
land (Br), Ant wer?,; Postee (Am),- San
Juan; Cameronla (Br), Glasgow; Lake
FUImore (Ann). Brunswick; J A Bostwick
'Am!. Texas City; Camaguey (Am), Pro
?rr'-so; Apache (Am), Jacksonville; Anrv
ttta (Am), Anjilla; Lake Kyttle (Am),
Matanzas; Arnold Maersk (Dan), Cape
Hayti; Ariadne (Dt), Cape Hayti; Cabo
Esparte! (Sp), Norfolk; Glendoylo (Am),
Orbita (ilr). Southampton; Muiw
:nar (Am), Nipe; Macoris (Am), Bremer?
haven, El Sud (Am). Galveston; Conejos
(Am). Dakar; l'atria (Fr), Marseilles;
Essequibo (Fir). Callao; Mijdrecht (Dt),
Barcelona; CJ S S Eagle 59, sea, Foot?,
Newport; James K Pauldtng, sea; Eagle
Vessel. Transferred to.
Ada A Maclntyre. ..Tebo's Yacht Basin.
Agamemnon .Columbia at, Bklyn
' Vbor.Fresh Kills, S I
.Pier 6, Constable Hook, N J
1?* .145th st. N R
?ckenbach .36th st, Bklvn
?!,nffrio.Pier 1, American Docks. S I
>;,'""?'.Plor 38, N R
Olympia .129th at# x R
ittsburgh Bridge.Crane's D-D, Bklyn
g*"? ?.129th st, N R
>an:a Marta.Pier 9, jj p,
Santa Olivia .Pie. 44. Bklyn
Trafagar .l8th st Bklvn
West Hella.Tebo's Yacht Basin, Bklyn
Vessel. port. Departure.
Sud8?n.Bremen .June V2
?anchu-ia.Hamburg .June 22
Ves Wilson.Naples .June ?2
?Vare.Bahia .June 16
?ollJ?l.Pt Limon.Juno *7
rlA?orth State? --London .Juno 12
r*?,r*'.Liverpool .June ?
n'Sta!Jtt;.Glasgow ..June 23
xti d Ao?a.Oenoa .June 20
K,0rr? Cartln.Havana .June 30
iron Hamilton.Bermuda .July 2
B???fl?.VI11.Copenhagen .June 54
*-? Montgomery. .Savannah .July 3
Due \\ ednosiluy
*B,a-...Liverpool .June 35
,, Due Thursday
Joordam. .....Rotterdam .June 27
Rosa^'i.Antwerp .June 10
noaa'ln'1.Halifax ....July 4
Bjamal.Constantinople ..June 27 I
t\2**, hoxir" I|v"? below are standard
?me. tor daylight saving time add 1 hour.
A.,,,. Closes. Sails.
loa. 7:00AM 11:00AM
i.?,, Xall Tuesday
r,??. 7:00 AM 11:00 AM
?*?ern (;ra8;< Cap<J
g.'"*" .11:00 AM 3:00 PM
?W Mar,fl. Cristobal. 6:30 AM C :00 AM
Cifv llK Par*. 6:36 AM 8:00 AM
vann*h.-,? 2.00 PM
Ai-u,, _ **ail Wednesday
j?"?tl?;. Southampton. 7:00AM 11:00 AM
** ">rr*!ne, iigvr*.... 6:30 AM 10.00 AM
I and the M?nchen, of 18,000 tons, still
under construction in Germany.
Other well known ex-German vessels
on the sales list are the Pretoria, Graf
Walderscc, Fatricia and Bremen, rang?
ing between about 11,500 and 14,500
groas tons. There are 5>.'ty stenmen?
on the list and eight saihufr vessels.
Ttu> ten vessels previously announced
as sold to Gorman interest? arc nn
' nouneed to have been purchased by
Rob Sloman jr., a well known German
! shipowner. These vessels, which are
; understood to be for the Baltic trade,
! are reported to have, been distributed
among Various German companies, one
i of them going to the Hamburg-Ameri
i can Line. Good prices are said to
have been realized.
German Funds Available
"Looking around tho circle of pos
; sibie buyers," says a British shipping
! paper, "it seems to us that the Ger
; mans are the most likely to endeavoi
j t.j obtain possession of these ships,
: They have a certain amount of money
! available for the purpose, being 10 pe?
! cent of the reparation fund paid tc
! German owners by tho German govern
I ment. This is the maximum propor?
tion of the fund which is allowed to be
expended outside of Germany.
"What sort of a price vessels wil
fetch on a free market remains to b?
seen, but there is reason to believ?
that German owners can afford to paj
much more for the ships than Britisl
owners can at the present time. An
other possible purchaser to whom ref
erence may be made is the Argentim
govcrnmnt, which has recently intro
duccd a measure into the Argentim
Congress for the establishment of ?
mercantile marine and for the vote o
a considerable sum of money for th
purchase of tonnage abroad.
"Whether it is a wise policy to ?el
the ships back to Germany is anothe
question. Objection is being made t
those sale's, but it rather misses th
point that British owners have bee
forbidden to sell their vessels abroa
and stiy are. If they had been allowe
to do s* the prospects for British ship
building would be very much bette
than they are to-day. As it is, ol
British tonnage is a drug in the markc
and heavy losses may be made o
reparation tonnage. We think Lor
Inchcapa is wise to let some ono els
hold the baby."
Polonia. Liban. 8:00AM 1:00PM
Maracalbo, Curacao_ 7:30 AM 11:00 AM
France. Havre. 6:30 AM 10:00 AM
Mt Clinton, Hamburg.. 8:30 AM 1:00 PM
Cantlgny, Antwerp_ 8:00 AM 11:00 AM
Denis, Rio de Janeiro 7:00 AM 10:00 AM
Morro Castle, Vera Cruz 6:30 AM 10:00-AM
Hellas, Trinidad.- 3 1:00 AM
Mohawk, Jacksonville.. - 12:00 M
City of Montgomery,
Stavangerfjord, Bergen 9:80 AM 1:00 PM
Gen "W C Gorgas, Cris?
tobal .10:30 AM 2:00 PM
Korona, St Thomas... 8:00AM 11:00AM
The connecting mails close at the Gen?
eral Postoffice and City Hull PoFtoffice
Station, New York, at 7 p. m.. as follows:
Hawaii, Fiji Islands, New Zefiland and
Australia, via Vancouver .-nil Victoria,
B. C. steamship Niagara. July 4.
Japan, Corea. China, Siller?a. Fronen Indo?
China and Netherlands East Indica (ex?
cept Sumatra), via Seattle, steamship
Silver State, July 4.
Hawaii. Philippine Islands, Straits Settle?
ments, Sumatra and specially addressed
mail for French Indo-Chitia, British
India and Ceylon, via San Francisco,
Bteamship Granito State, July 9.
Reports by Wireless
From the U. S. Naval Station
[Distance is given in miles. Reports are
j dated at noon unless ntherwlsa specified.]
A C Bedford 101 B Sand Key July 1.
I Agwimars 1,119 W Honolulu July 1.
I Albe.rtolito 1C7 W Sand Key July 1.
' Andrea F Luckenbach 470 S San Pedro
! Arapahoe 13 6 N Hatteras July 1.
! Ario 20 V7 Sand Key July 3.
! Astra! 127 NW Tortugas July 1.
'Atlantic Sun 152 SW Hatteras July 1.
Baltic (Dz tk) 332 S Hctteras July 1.
; BethclridKe 66 SW Hatteu'.a June 30.
i Boobyalia 1,200 S Tacoma 8 PM June 30.
, Borgestad 8 S Jupiter July 1. ,
I Broad Arrow 2,090 W San Francisco 8 PM
: Chester Sun 40 S Sand Key July 1.
j China 368 \Y Honolulu 8 PM July 1.
City of Savannah 96 N Hatteras July 1.
I City of Spokane 40 from Seattle 8 PM
1 City of Vc-rnon lat 33 08 Ion 75 65 July 1.
I Clark'fMills 87 SW Hatteras June 30.
; Coeur d'Aleme 38 KB Cape Lookout July 1.
Concho 250 S Sandy Hook Juno 30.
Conotton 4SI SW Hatteras July 1.
Coppename 320 S Nantucket LV July 1,
Coquina 150 SW by S Hatteras June 30.
Creole 35 N Platteras June KO.
Cross Keys 2,365 from Seattle 8 PM
Delight 1,948 from Cape Flattery 8 PM
Devolente 245 NNE Jupiter July 1.
Dirigo 158 NE Jupiter July 1.
Eastern Merchant SI 4 S Cape Henry July 1.
Ecuador 1,312 from San Francisco 8 PM
Edith 103 N San Juan June 30.
Bel beck 1,420 from Colon 8 PM June 30.
El Lobo 530 S San Francisco July 1.
El Norte 67 WNW Tortugas July 1.
Esparta 924 N Tela Julv 1.
Franklin 85 S Jupiter July 1.
Frederick R Kellogg VJi SW Sand Key
Garibaldi 60 N HaQeras July 1.
Olendola 700 S Hatteras June 30.
Granite State 1.738 W San Francisco July 1.
Gulfland 215 SW Hatteras July 1.
Gulf King 29 fjy Sand Key July 1.
Gulfmaid 215 S Overfalls July 1.
Gulf of Mexico 288 N Jupiter July 1.
Gulfstroam 150 SW Hatteras July 1.
Hamlet pd Key West July 1.
Helen 2,-;;i N San Juan June 30.
Herbert L Pratt 8? W Sand Key July 1.
Houma 33 3 Hatteras July 1.
Hudson C9S from Boston LV July 1.
Hudsonian 340 S Hatteras July 1.
Inspector 137 S Hatteras Juno 30.
J M Guffev 131 NW Tortugas July 1.
J R Gordon 70 E Tortugas July 1.
J W Van Dyke 17? SW Hatteras June 30.
Joseph F Cudahy 75 SE Batieras July 1.
.losiah Macy 180 g Hatteras July 1.
Katrina Luckenbach 32S S Ambrose July 1.
Kekoskee 45 W Sand Key July 1.
Lake Elmont 14 S Tampa July 1.
Lake Elva lat 26 16 ion 80 01 July 1.
Lake Fackler 28 E Morant Point June 20,
Lake Giddlngs lat 25 36 ion 79 52 July 1.
Levlsa 851 S Hatteras July 1.
Liberty Minquas pd Hatteras July 1.
; Lilmuc ;?55 W Havana June 30.
j Mantilla 55 S Jupiter June 30.
] Margaret 53 N Jupiter July 1.
I Masconomo 10 SW Sand Key July 1.
Matsonia 1,357 from San Francisco 8 PM
Minnewawa 171 E Charleston June 30.
; Mobile City 480 E HomWalu 8 PM July 1.
I Montague 237 from Portland 8 PM June 30.
i Montroltte 325 S Nantucket LV July 1.
Morro Castle 195 S\V Hatteras July 1.
Mount Carroll 247 E Ambrose July 1.
Mulpua 1,124 W Balboa 8 PM June 30.
Old North State 882 from Ambrose July 1.
Pennsylvania 160 S Hatteras July 1.
'Polartne 92 S Hatteras June 30.
Rayo 90 S Jupiter July 1.
i San Bias 940 N Colon July 1.
! San Gil 103 SW Hatteras July 1.
| San Jose 1,816 from San Francisco 8 PM
! San Jose 39 N Santa Marta June 30.
I San Juan 229 N San Juan June 30.
| San Mateo 250 SW Hatteras July 1.
? Santa Rita 1,376 S San Francisco 8 PM
? June 30.
Saucon 90 NE Sand Key July 1.
Seekouk 161 SE Mobile Sea Buoy July 1.
Sixaola 61S S Scotland LV June 30.
Standard Arrow 3,431 from San Francisco
Steel Ranger 607 N_ Colon June 30.
St Johns Cownty 6 SW Alligator Reef
Stockton 254 from San Pedro 8 PM June 30.
Tanumo 120 S Cape Mays! June 29.
Thomas H Wheeler 496 W Tampico June 30.
Vniroi 65 S Hatteras July 1.
Vinita 2.745 from Columbia River 8 PM
W B Keene (tug) 21 SW Capo Lokout
West Isleta 48* NNB Colon June 29.
West Kodron 6? from Sari Pedro July 1.
West Lashaway 5 NNE Winterquarter
Wheoton lat 40 SO Ion ?9 28 July 1.
Wild wood 250 E Cape Henrv Julv i.
Willfaro 2,061 S San Pedro 8 PM June 30.
BALTIMORE, July 2?Arrived : Strs
Almelo (Dt), Rotterdam; Shawmut. Hamp?
ton Roads; West Laaaway. Philadelphia.
Sailed: Strs Vauciin (Fr), Bordeaux ; West
Qtiechee, Rotterdam and Antwerp; West
Cohase, Fatmomh; Rapldan, Port Lobos:
P?ave (It), Savona.
BOSTON, July 2?Arrived?Sirs L P
Holmblftd (Dan). Copenhagen via Bruns
buttel and Kiel: Bylayl, Norfolk; Lom?
bard ia (Swod), Port Titrata, Cuba; Persian, i
Baltimore and Norfolk (latter two 1st);
sehr Kna F Parson* Walton. S G. Sailed
Strs Wlntfredlan (Br), Liverpool: Meteor,:
Newport News; East Indian. Hamburg via ?
Philadelphia; Persinn. New York and Bal?
timore; City of Coiumbus, Savannah.
CHARLESTON, July 2?Arrived: filtra
Saxon, Havana; Blanehovo (Span). Mar
| 801 Hen; Matlnlc-ock. TexttS Clt\.
oalvksTun, -i-,.?. July I -Arrived! Btrs
Holyoke Bridge. Philadelphia? i-'uetoii. New
Orleans; Charlea M BJvareat, Philadelphia;
Pennyworth (Hr), Sundertand; Cadore (Tt),
Naples; Westohme. Tampa. Sailed: Str?
Georgia; Titania <m, port In Italy:
City of Dalhsrt, Hamburg; Asuncion da
Barrinaga (Hr), Manchoster; Kelfuko
Milru (Jap), Kobe; El Valle, New Yolk,
I ?ehr Lydia Mol?, natter. TaropJoo.
JACKSONVILLE. July 2- Arrived: Strs
; Merrimaei?, Philadelphia! Bethalrlge, Kam
I burt: \ ?a New York ; Herbert G Wylle, Tam?
pico. Bailed: Strs Mohawk, New York;
s. aman A(> (Hi), New vmU; Rachel \v
Stevens, Boston and Portland; Don Pau?
len* i Or), Punta Rasas.
PORTLAND, Me, July 2-?Arrived: sir
| Transport m Ion. Norfolk.
PHILADELPHIA, July 2?Arrived: Strs
! Nitro. Hampton Roads; J W Van Dyke,
! Galveston. sailed sirs San Miohsla (Ital),
Naples; y.arembo. Buenos Ayres; Thordla
(Nor), NVwport News; New York (Dutch),
Rotterdam; Stralhlorno <Br). Havre, Per
sier (Belt), Antwerp.
MOBILE, Ala, July 2?Arrived: Sirs
i Tutsagus, Baltimore; Mevanla, Gnlvestnn.
I Sailed; Strs Coltbr?ps, Rotterdam; sehr
Chautfiuoua (Br), Tamploo,
NORFOLK. July 2 ?Arrived: Strs Ice?
land, Baltimore; Luigl Razxo (?tal). Ati
cenli; Tarais (Ger), Valparaiso; Royal Star
(Br). Wellington; Coateeworth (Br), Ips?
wich; Bairnol'i (Ital), New Orleans; Alutern
(Bwod), Rotterdam; City of Madrid (Br),
New Y'ork; Cltv of Lincoln (Hr), New
York; (?bel Yedld (Br), Huelva: Virgil
(Br), New York. Sailed: Strs Am Croas,
Pulmouth; Bournemouth (Br), Las Palmas; :
Buhotcov Falmouth; Lord Guilford (Br),l
Azores; Bur (Nor), London; West Bridge,
FalmOnth; Reventaron (Br), Santo Marta;
Jonaney, New England: Virginian, Gibral?
tar. Author (Br), Seattle; Caprecia (Hal),
Genoa; Lake Felder, Baltimore; Wacosta,
Faitnouth; Isaut!, Glasgow; Carolinian.
Baltimore; osna, united Kingdom; Suralco,
United Kingdom; Homestead, United King?
PORT EADS. La, July 2?Arrived: Strs
Caroline (Fr). Bordeaux; Grelryda (Br),
Europe; Mexoil, Tampico; Texas No 145,
Port Arthur: TopUa. Tampico; Truxillo,
Tampa; Vistula (Dan), Mexico. Sailed:
Strs Annlaton, Emden. Germany; Baja
California (Nor). Frontera; Gansfjord
(Nor), Belize; Nuddln Island. Santander,
Spain; Rama (Nie), Blueilelds; William?
SAVANNAH, July 2?Arrived: Strs Lake
Klva. Cuba. Sailed: Strs Amazon Maru
(Jap), Jar?an and China; Casey, Barcelona,
Currier, Port Arthur; City of Montgomery,
TAMPA, July 2?Arrived: Strs Dade
County, Philadelphia; Lake Elmont, New
York; Narwhal, Nueva Gerona.
Arrivals From New York
TENHRIFFE, June 30?Str San Fra/n
HAVRE. July 1?-Str Paris (Fr).
LIVERPOOL. June JO?Str Kamealt.
ROTTERDAM. June 30?Str Eastern Sea.
DJURON, June 27?Str Thyra (Swed).
HAMBURG, June 28?Str Mongolia.
BEl'RA, June 28?Str Royal Prince (Br).
DANZIG June. 25?Str Chick ?tmauga.
PORTISHEAD. July 1?Str hew Yrork
LIVERPOOL. July 1?Str Sueleo.
BARBADOS, June, 30?Str Guiana (Br).
TONTA DELGADA, June 30?Str Ror
Departures for New York
ANTWERP, June 30?Str Lapland (Br).
ANTOFAGASTA, July 1?Str South
BARBADOS, June 28?Str Avare (Braz).
CADIZ, June 30?Str Leon XIII (Span).
SOUTHAMPTON, July 1?Str Lapland
VALPARAISO, June 30?Str Santa
ANTWERP, June 20?Str West Kebar.
LIVERPOOL, July 1?Str Bird City.
GOTHENBURG, July 2?Str Drottning
CHERBOURG, July 2?Str Olympic (Br).
NEW YORK. July 'J?Shipping Board str
j Alloway, in port here, had nre yesterday
morning in some cfunnage in the after part
of the ship. Slight damage to cargo, bat
! tens and pipe casing.
Upon application of A D Lasker, caair
; man of the Ujlited States Shipping Board,
j Justice Donnelly, of the Supreme Court,
| last Thursday Issued an order attaching
i tnoush of the funds of the Banco Espa?ol
I del Rio de la Plata, of Argentina, now in
i the Hanover National Bank, in this city,
; to Insure the payment of 3 lOR.OCO due the
government as part payment for the sale of
the strr Hamlin to Manuel Allende, of
France, for $l.oi?.ooo. According to the
i Shipping Board complaint, Aliende bought
i the steamship in April, 1920, and It was
delivered to him at St ?jTazaire, Francia
I ii? payment t he purchaser gave seven
; notes, guaranteed by the Banco Espa?ol
; del Rio de la Plata. Two of the notes,
? aggregating 8406,000, fell due and went to
American str Harry Luckenbach. from
j Philadelphia and previously reported as
| having been towed into San Pedro on ac?
count of engine trouble, arrived at San
I Francisco on June* 30.
United States commissioner Hendrickson
l in Jersey City to-duy issued warrants for
' the arrest of nine men of the crew of the
| Texas Oil Company's tank str Harvester,
which arrived at Bayonne, N J, to-day from
Port Lobos. These nine men are charged
with mutiny. On the morning of May tl
the Harvester was at anchor off Lobos
Island, near Tampico. All the officers ex?
cept the captain and the first assistant
engineer were on shore leave. It is said
these two men were suddenly confront?
by the crew, armed with axes. By a quiet
? retreat the two officers reached their rifles
Shots were fired and one man was wounded
LIVERPOOL, July 1?Str Bird City
which sailed from this port on June 24 foi
New York, returned on June 2!) for fuel oi
and sailed again June 3 0.
WASHINGTON, July 2?The naval tuf
Corjestoga, missing at sea with all hands
since March 25, was officially given up foi
lost to-day by the Navy Department ant
stricken from tho naval list. The name:
of tho Concatoga's crew were added to tht
long list of the navy's "dead, causa un
known," that includes the crew of th?
collier Cyclops and the coast guard cuttei
Tampa, lost during the war, and man]
A great area of the Pacific east o:
Guam, the. tug's destination when shi
sailed from San Francisco, was combed b;
surface vessels and aircraft after the firs*
suspicion that disaster had overtaken her
The names of the crew were made publti
some timo ago.
June 30?The United States Shippini
Board has decided definitely to dispose o
the 287 wooden ships of the Emergenc:
Fleet Corporation, it was announced to-day
Bids for them will be opened on July 30
The fleet is now riding idle in the Jame
River and in the harbors of Seattle am
New York. Robert H Montgomery, of Nev
York, has been appointed to make a surve;
of the Shipping Board finances, it is staled
July 1?Surgeon Samuel B Grubb, of th
United States Public Health Service, to
day was detailed as chief quarantine of
fleer of New York, succeeding Surgeo:
Leland E Cofer, who has bean relieved o:
account of ill health. Dr. Grubb, whos
headquarters will be at the Quarantin
Station, Rosebank, .S I, is a graduate o
the School of Physicians and Surgeons o
Columbia University. He entered the Pub
lie Health Service on May 17. 1897.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 2?Coastwise
passenger service was returned to a prac?
tically normal basis with the sailing of the
steamer Alaska for Portland to-day.
Coastal freighters are idle, however al?
most to a unit.
On her maiden voyage the 14,000-ton
steamer Manuka! left yesterday for Seattle
to start the Matson service, for Puretde
Floo, Hawaii, with' its own steamers
Heavily burdened with passengers and
fretght the Japanese steamer Talvo Maru
ex-Cape Finisterre, made its first departure
from San Francisco for the Orient to-day
Tank steamer Achatina, .8,400 dead?
weight tons, had its trial trip for the
Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company heie yes?
After overhauling, the nreboats Dennis
T. Suihvan a-ad David Scannen also had
The main body of the Pacifia fleet ar?
rived late yesterday to lie at anchor on
Man o' War row over July 4.
The total of tugs operating on tho bav
was increased to eight when three addi?
tional Red Stacks were put in operation
Tho proposal from members of tho
Puget Sound Pacific Westbound Conf?rent"?
that each member of both the Puget Sound
and San Francisco conferences post a bond
of $5.000 not to violate the conference
rates has been informally discussed by bh?
San Francisco Pacific Westbound Cdkftr
ence and met with opposition.
PORTLAND?The Luckenbach Steam?
ship Company will open offices here to-day
with J. C. Euson. former Portland mana- ;
gor or the General Steamship Corporation
SEATTLE?To invest: rate shipping con-1
ditlonfl In this country &. Katsuda, presl- I
dent of the Kutsuda Risen Kaisha ar?
rived here yesterday on the Japanese :
steamer * ushmu Maru. The Fushiml Maru ?
brought 6,480 bales of raw silk, valued at
?6,000,000. al ,
?r??N? pHDRO?The shipping steamer
West Prophet, 11,600 deadweight tons is'
to be launched at the Los Angeles Ship
building and Drydoek Company's vards
TA'*OMA?Reductions averaging 20 per!
cent were announced yesterday bv the Ad?
miral Line to apply between Puget Sound
and California ports.
BALTIMORE July 2?p Jurgensen. for j
thirty-eight years on the staff of A Schu?
macher & Co as traveling passenger
agent, will sail from New York on July is '
on the Scandinavian-American Line str
Frederick VIII for Copenhagen. Mr Jur
tenser! has been granted a leave of absence
because c>r ?II health.
The new tanker Tu?sagas, built bv the
Baltimore Dry Docks and Shipbuilding I
Company for the Shipping Board, arrived
at Mobile Friday in charge of Captain
Peter E Rlekson to Join the fleet of other
lankais laid up there.
The sehr Sedgwicte, formerly the Cafrls
E llolano, arrived with a cargo of lumber
from Charleston In a six-day trip.
With n cargo of oil from Tampion. Ihi
Ico, tii" tantcei Ban Tlburcio i? due to or
To complete loading for (ienoa and other
Italian port?, the ?tr We?t Liishaway ar?
rived from New York and Philadelphia n?
one of the fleet of the Baltimore Oceanic
si "a mehlp Company.
Th.- str A lerdo arrived from Phllndel
phla to the iinltlmore Steamship Company
lo I,,-,,! : .oil for Lisbon.
PORTLAND! Ore, July 2?The Japanese
?tr MetWU Maru sailed with wheat for
Europe. Tb* str Kalshs. Maru has been
chartered br wlloox-flayes company and
i he Pacific. Export Lumber Company to
load lumber here tn August. The West
Kader, of the < "nlumbln -Pacific Shipping
Company, ?ailed for China and Japan.
An Ideal Summer
idr the Kiddies
In the beau tlufl. healthful
Mil-country si Mouut <*ar
n>oL AU the hdjipy out?
door life Od caiai) without
Its discotnforts. Kseh child
1? the ?portal cara of tho
I>lrectn?a. Obbic?. dir.ee?,
imalc, French, chlld-?tudy.
kUUfls-tports ?nd swimming
taught i>y Mtpertsaaed pnjrsl
?tl director. Limit.?i W JO,
iKr? 6-13. UiiUM $100 mo.
Miss F. M. PECK.
To.- l'llKM'K SCHOOL,.
_ Mount Carmel,
Summer School?July to Sept.
Boys! Your Opportunity!
1. To prepare for Fall exams under
2. To make up subjects or to take ad?
vance preparatory school work.
3. To study under homelike surround?
ings and to enjoy excellent tennis, row?
ing and other sports, as well as auto
trips to nearby places and to other place?
uf historic interest.
Reservation for Summer School should
be made now. Send for circular.
Exceptional Summer School
All Commercial Branches
DAY AND EVENING.
A SCHOOL WORTH SEEING
Merchants and Bankers'
Secretarial Business School
Madison Avenue at 58th Street.
Plaza 2393. 8. C. ESTE-, Director.
Work and play for Roys at Lake Walton.
GARDEN CITY, L. I.
Boardinjf and Day School for
Boys. Only 10 minutes from
New York. Fall Term bepins
Daily from 9 to 4
For C'ntnlofT address
WALTER R. MARSH
ISfi Stewart Avenue
:irilen City 1114
.10 WEST r,4th STREET
Brooklyn, 218 Livingston Street
New Classes Constantly Forming
School Open All Summer
S C M O O 1_ 32r-'Yr<sr
DAY AM) EVENING DEl'TS.
New York- 72 Park Ave., bet. 38-39 St?.
Brooklyn?rorne^FranUHn and JafferFon Avcnuee
Also WEST POINT and ANNAPOLIS
Scud for Catalog and "Success In Regents Exams."
Summer Term Just Beginning
527 Fifth Avenue
(At 44th St.)
fipc-clal Summer Course at reduced ratea. 3
months' Intensive work will prepare for and
obtain excellent secretarial position. Individual
instruction only, Write for Catalog it.
Sixth St. at Park Avej. Hoboken, N. J.
B. F. Carter, Head Master
Prepares boys for all colleges. Special
preparation in Science and Mathematics
for scientific institutions. Experienced
faculty, personal attention. Certificates
accepted. Catalog on request.
SCHOOL Methods, Influenc?, Gradu?
ar- ates, Books have led for
Ur forty years. Co-ordinate
EXPRESSION training for all professions.
Summer term in 6 states.
Vintercoursea open Oct. 1, Booklets
S. S. CURRV. PH.D.. Litt.D..
Copley Square, Boston
CORTINA ACADEMY 12 E. 46th
LANGUAGES New York
OPEN ALL SUMMER.
6th Ave. & 125th 4t.
Largest because beat
Every Woo?UGraduate In a huh ?a?an.?d potmen
BA?I ADr> register now ron
?ALLAKi; SECRETARIAL ?iOUSSE.
610 Lex. Ave., st 5.VJ St.
Central Branch Y.W.C.A.
SCHOOL, 112 West 45th Street. Sec?
retarial training; Individual instruc?
tion. Stu.Icntj under ?lxteen not
admitted. Summer rates.
ERNEST J. BECKMANN, BANDS AND
ORCHESTRAS. Phone Audubon 7737.
i>rlrnc 3L ^totttepl
?^cftool of SBmtr?no
SPECIALIZING IX MODERN
Our expert method of instruction
gives especial attention to the cor?
rection nf faults, inspires confidence
and enables one to become very
proficient In a few lessons. Pri?
vate lessons by appointment; day
NORMAL COURSE FOR TEACHERS
Certificates and Diplomas Awarded.
9 E. 59th St. (at 5th Ave.) N.Y.
Phone Piaza 8612.
63? MADISON AVE,
Cor 5311? St. wo? .
W? sruarantee to teach you t?
<1*nc* all the latest ieocS?rn
dances suleklv aad eorrec:!?.
10 LESSONS $8
10 a. .u tu a r. it.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARD
LOST?On Wedlsssday, June 21). at. the.
matines of the 2?lt?fcf*ld Follies, a two
?kin Hable wr.-irf. 1 tbSrAl reward, Mrs. .1
Shields. Hotel Vsnderbllt, Apt. 11 Zi. o:
Phone Northport no.
LOST?Yellow Perfilar cat, vicinity 17th
and Irving: Place: reward. Stuyvesant 344.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
(?3TH. IIS WIEST?Large, attractive room,
twin beds; private bath; small room.
DOTH ST., 311 WEST?Newly renovarrd,
large, ?mall rooms; $10 up, select; ref
Large cheerful room In modern home; high
elevation, on Harlem Division, just above
Bron-xvlile. lireakfast furnished. Highest
reference? required. Tel. Tuckahoe !!7!)2.
rrrm- ? - '-7
BOARDERS wanted on farm in CatsklUs,
$10 weekly. H. O. Rodde. Bast Meredith,
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED
MAN AND WIPE desire a eornfonable
room on a farm about 50 or 100 milts
from the city; VVestehester or Connect?cut,
n<-ar a village: can |,ive the best of refer?
ences. State full particulars. Address L,
HELP WANTED FEMALE
HOUSEWORK RR?Business couple want
young woman to do general work and
cooking;, two children. 6 and 14 years; no
laundry work; salary $15 weekly. Call
Sunday and Monday between 10 and S at
Aldone Studio, i?l'S Broadway, corner 50th
st.. N. Y. C.
TEACHER, resourceful personality, vaca?
tion at. summer resort; good salary;
transportation and bonus. N. T., Box 10S,
Station P, Manhattan.
WO.MAN of pood standing In her com?
munity to take orders for trees? shrubs,
roses, vines, bulbs, old fashioned flowers.
Permanent. High commission paid
promptly. No delivering or collecting.
Write today. Flrct National Nurseries,
Rochester, N. Y.
Is rarely denied the highly skilled and
efficient worker In any line. DRAKE
BUSINESS SCHOOL courses will tit you
for the better-paying positions. Call 154
Nassau St., or phone Beekman 2723 for
SELL out book of "DRINKS" (by On*
Who Knows) ; tell how to make hundreila
of exhilarating and refreshing ?rinks;
conforms with all laws; everybody, every?
where, wants it; agents reaping harvest;
write for particulars. Na'nroh Publishers,
Dep... A, 449 Broome st., N. Y.
HELP WANTED MALE
A FEW men experienced in the sale of
office furniture, filing cabinets and sup?
plies may learn of something to their ad
vantage by communicating in confidence j
with D 436, Tribune, representing a high |
class house with a splendid reputation for j
quality of product and service. State ex?
VACATION POSITION?College student or
teacher; liberal salary; excellent experi?
ence; permanency possible. A. T., Box 103,
Station F, Manhattan.
for young man, college
graduate. Christian, in EX?
ECUTIVE office of large, na?
tionally known Industrial in?
stitution. Applicant must bo
exceptionally good stenog?
rapher. Pleas." apply in writ?
ing, giving full details of '-du
cation, age. experience, etc. D
FOREMAN in mill wanted, manufacturing
building trim and store fixtures, empioy
: Ins twenty-five men, near Troy and Al
j bany, N. Y. ; must be a practical man,
; fully familiar with care and kiln drying of
; lumber, gluing, ?.tying out work, etc.; good
| salary and steady position for right man;
. state experience; give references, ago and
; salary expected. Apply to D 487, Tribune.
MEN wanted to sell dependable fruit trees
and shrubbery: big demand; complete.
co-operation; commission paid weekly.
; Write for terms. Willem.? Sons' Nurseries,
; Rochester, N. Y.
i REPRESENTATIVE, high class, expsri
? enced, to present a strictly legitimate
j membership opportunity to automobile
; owners; applicant must show clear record
I of accorrpllshment along similar lines;
; prospects furnished; liberal commission
! and bonus. Address A. box 8, Tribune.
SALES MANAGER for open territory want?
ed as exclusive representative for most
needed and best selling auto accessory?
bar none. This is a proven article with no
competition, made by a long established
company. D.an't answer unless you can
finance order to secure agency. Alcemo
Manufacturing Company, 115 Bridge st.,
Newark, N. J.
STATE SALES MANAGER
! Auto accessory or specialty sales experience,
I If you are producer, capable earning mini-,
; mum $5,000 year, looking for permanent
| connection with national organization
manufacturing line automobile accessories
; in demand; every ear owner will conlder
; vour application. INDIANA PARTS COM?
PANY, RICHMOND, INDIANA.
4 and 8 weeks' courses for
Owners. Chauffeurs, Mechanics, Salesman.
WEST SIDE Y. M. C. A.
386 West 57th st., New York.
Get booklet and pass. Special ladles' classes.
REPAIRING, driving taught short time;
license guaranteed; ladles' class's; also'
Ford lessons. American Auto ScUool, 726
MEN wanted to operate moving picture
machines in theaters; we teach you day?
sr evenings. American Theater Bulldtrng. I
(44 *th av. i J.I'd). Bryant 1611.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
or permanent: very desirable Welsh Prot?
estant. A., Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10
E. 43d st., 3d floor. Toi. 8947 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID?Assist Waitress; very
capable, willing girl; excellent city refer?
ences. W., Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 E.
43d st., 3d floor. Tel. 8347 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS: very neat,
competent, conscientious Irish girl; small
family; highly recommended; $60. Mason's'
Agency, 18 West 43d St.
CHAMBERMAID ? With care growing
child; neat, nice, young English girl; ex?
cellent references; $55. Mason's Agency,
IS West 4 3d St.
CHAMBERMAID-MAID ? Can sew; tall.
neat, nice appearing: Irish. Protestant;
excellent references; $65. Mrs. Mason's
Agency. 18 West tad st.
CHAMBERMAID?Assist dining room; two
years' last place; $55. Miss Shea's
Agency, fi East 41st st. Murray Hill 6774.
CHAMBERMAin-W A I T R E S S?Young;
thoroughly capable; excellent references.
Miss Fitzgerald s Bureau, 366 5th av.
CHAMBERMAID; assist dining room ; city;
experienced. Jacquln's Agency, 602 6th av.
COOK (Swedish): first class: exceptionally
competent: splendid r?f?renc?e; cits or
near: $30. Mrs. Masons Agency, IS West
COOK?N?at. nice woman; eood cook; de?
sires email family; suburbs; excellent;
references; $60. Mason's Agency, IS West
COOK?Young Polish girl; very neat, ex?
cellent cook. H.. Miss Hofmayer's Agen?
cy, 10 E. 43d st.. 3d floor. Telephone 8347
COOK?Young; good manage ; exceptional
referen.-ns. Miss Fitzgerald s Bureau,
3t>0 5th av.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
TOOK (Hungarian) ; very neat; splendid
cook, managet! nice girl, twelve: excel?
lent references; $75. Mason's Agency, 18
\WSr 4 3d St.
COOK?English Protestant; $75; country
preferred; fine references. Miss Shea's
Agency. 6 East 41st st. Murray Hill 6774.
COOK -Capable young Irish; six year?
last place; $75: anywhere. Shea's Agency,
5 East 41st et. Murray Hill 877*.
nxcellent references. Miss Fitzgerald's 1
Bureau,".'!66 5th av.
COOK; experienced; recommended; excel?
lent manager; private family. Jacqulu s
Agency. 602 6th s v.
DAY'S WORKER; very fine laundress: ex?
cellent cleaner; neat, competent, respon?
sible; good woman; $4.10. Mason's Agen?
cy, lit West 4 3d st.
General Houseworkers. Etc.
HOUSE WORKER, neat, capable, COttSClen
tlcus; excellent references; small adult
family , $615, Mr?. Mason's Agency, 18 West
| 43d St Vanderbilt 1053.
HOUSHWORKBR?Capable, young; $70:
cry only; first class references. Miss
t Shea's Agency, 6 East list st. Murray
HOUSEWORKER?Young; pood cook; ex?
cellent references. Miss Fitzgerald's Bu?
reau, 366 5th av.
NURSERY GOVERNESS ? Young Swiss
woman, speaks French, European refer?
ences. F.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 E.
43d st., 3d floor. Tel. S947 Murray Hill.
NURSERY GOVERNESS, Canadian, speak?
ing French: young, cultured, highly edu?
cated; very desirable; S75. Mrs. Mason's
Agency, 18 West 4 3d st.
NURSERY GOVERNESS (English, Prot?
estant) ; neat, refined, thoroughly expe?
rienced ; very highly recommended; $75. i
Mrs. Mason's Agency. 18 West 43d st.
LAUNDRESS?Young, thoroughly capable,
excellent references. Miss Fitzgerald's
Bureau, 866 5th av.
NURSE?Infant or growing children; long;
references; $70; capable American. Shea's?
Agency, 6 East 41st st. Muray Hill 6774. ,
NURSE?Thoroughly capable; unusual ref- ;
erences. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 366 I
NURSE?Young Protestant; thoroughly ca?
pable; excellent. Miss Fitzgerald's Bu?
reau, 366 5th av.
NURSE?Young; two children; exceptional ?
references. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, i
366 5th av.
NURSE?Young; English; good seamstress;
excellent. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 366
Nl'RSE?Young, assist chamberwork. Miss j
Fitzgerald's Bureau, 366 5th av.
young English woman; excellent two;
years' references. W., Miss Hofmayer's |
Agency, 10 E. 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone ;
8U47 Murray Hill.
WAITRESS?Young; thoroughly capable: i
exceptional references. Miss Fitzgerald's '
Bureau. 36? 5th av.
FRIENDS?Cook, $75; waitress-chamber- ]
maid; $65; exceptionally capable: moun- ,
tains preferred. Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st |
st. Murray Hill 6771.
KITCHEN, or useful maid; newly arrived;
bright Irish girl: $40. Shea's Agency, 6
East 41st St. Murray Hill 6774.
MA IB?French; good seamstress, packer;
city recommendations. Jaequin's Agency,
602 6th av.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
BUTLER-HOUSEMAN, very neat, efficient
young Filipino; most hightly recom-:
mended; Philadelphia preferred; $90. Ma-j
son's Agency, 18 W. 43d.
BUTLER. French; excellent; four years'
reference. S., Miss Hofmayer's Agency,
10 E. 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone 8947
BUTLER-VALET, thoroughly competent;
10 years position, want change; gentle
I man's apartment; light cooking. Box 25,
! 1329 3d av.
BUTLBR-TJSEFtHi, capable young Swiss;
I $70; anywhere; well recommended. Miss
! Shea's Agency, 6 E. 41st. Murray Hill
BUTLER, waiter; $65; anywhere; five
years' references. Miss Shea's Agency, 6
E. 41st. Murray Hill 0774.
i BUTLER-VALET?Scotch; thoroughly ex?
perienced; splendid references. Shaugh
nessy's Agency, S60 6th av.
BUTLER-VALET?Useful, thoroughly ex?
perienced; excellent references. Miss
Shaughnessy's Agency, 860 6th av.
BUTLER?French, English; thoroughly
competent; city references. Jaeciuin's
Agency, 602 6th av.
COOK and wait, very neat, capable, con?
scientious young Filipino; excellent ref?
erences; $90. Mrs. Mason's Agency, 18
COUPLE; farmer, dairyman, useful; wife
j cook for help or nurse; capable, lntelli
, gf?nt people; anv distance. Shea's Agencv.
6 B. 41st. Murray Hill 6774.
COUPLE, colored; butler, useful; excellent
cook; $125; entire work. Miss Shea's!
Agency, 6 H. 41st. Murray Hill 6774.
JAPANESE?200 domestic workers: high
class. Agency, 100 West 46th. Bryant
7787. . j
USEFUL MAN or houseman; excellent;'
three years' reference; very reliable,
faithful worker. B.. Miss Hofmayer's ',
Agency, 10 E. 43d st., 3d floor. Tel. 8947 1
BOY, American, polite and conversational?
ist, wiPhes position: speaks French, Ger?
man and Italian. Edward Konter, 346
East 16th Bt., Brooklyn, N. Y.
CLERICAL WORK evenings after 7 o'clock j
wanted by married young man employed
daytime; moderate compensation. L 561, j
ARE YOU INTERESTED in investigating
patent rights, new processes in Central
Europe?One of our consulting engineers Is
going to Europe shortly, where we bave
the very best connecting,' cooperating with
one of the foremost authorities on elec?
trical, mechanical and chemical engineer?
ing with a splendidly equipped laboratory.
G. & G. Engineering Co., 15 Park Row,
$15,000 WANTED on first mortgage for 5
years on real estate and building; will
pay 6% and reasonable bonus; no brokers,
no agents. D 438, Tribune.
WANTED?Small pasturizing plant for
cash. Must be in first class condition.
Address G. M., 200 East 23rd St.
C4J>NJ?CriCl.T RJEAL ESTAT?
FOR SALE?Furnished hous? of 10 rooms.
2 baths; garage and stable bulidtngs; large
ground*; near the Sound; only 5 minutes'
HARRY C? FROST S0UNg0?ACH'
APARTMENTS TO LET?FURNISHED
ATTRACTIVE seven-room apartment until
October at right price to desirable ten?
ant. William?, 15 E. 10th st.
Estate Ads Bring
Diamonds. Jewelry, Etc.
P,OT?C, RPY^ ^?nion.is. o?d ro?a.
ukjs^kj _>oio8Uver platinum, an?
tiques and pawn tickst* 14? W. ?3d st
! HIGHEST PRICES PAID VOfl DIAMONDS.
! GOLD, SILVER. PLATINUM. IE.
j A. FRIEDMAN. 747 SIXTH AVB.
DIAMONDS bought and sold for c??n rr?ra
individuals or estate*. BENXKTT. 17?
Brtjdwuy, Id Soor
D<.'?:s, Cm*, Birds, Poultry, etc.
i AMERICA'S PIONEER DOO MEDICINES
| BOOK ON DOG DISEASES
And How t?^Feed
l?*l>?c! free to any 'address
or the Author.
! H. CLAY GLOVER CO.. IN'C,
111 WEST II ST ?T.. NETT TORE.
! WE PAT highest prices for furnltur?.
pianos, ai.tiqutk, bric-a-brac, bosks, art,
I etc. GaBAT. Ss U-ivereity Place. Stay
I venant 2377.
POSITIVELY pav hlgner cash fer furni?
ture, rugs, planes, etc MATT.;!'*'. 12?
I University p!. Phone S'.uyve3anl DSC".
| BARGAINS?New and shop-soiled trunks,
baga. ST?teeses, steamer outfits. Thorssi
: G. Hunt. *SC ?th e.V. (47th st.)
for slightly rised evening str?et fir? .<*.
fur?, d.*tn---nds. ,i?-wclry. sUvei .vart. R*>
liabl*. -onf.dpntlal Est. 30 years. Mm?.
Na?t*!. ?!) W. 45th ?t. Tel. Bryan'. ?75.
SALB EXTRA ORDIN.?RT XES'S AM>
youn; men's suit?, with 2 pairs o? trou?.
ers: imported hand loomed Scotch tw-ec?.
herr?n?! ?n'T snd domestic cloths, mad? ty
rnsstei tailors, $"." ;:.?'.', ?4T
GOLF and SPOR1 SUITS. * piece ? -,
long t'ouirers :,nd knickers, e'.sewherr JOS;
our price ?42.5n. Worth yow cnni!Sd*r?
tfce. i A & Ri But?t* Olcthes Shops. 1877
Broadway, hetweei 62<? and 53d. also 53
W?*t 8M Bt . n?a- Broadway.
SPECIAL ?ALE?Iiren's tecond-haBfl VIr- .
ter suit? s-ui overcoat*, $5 oe do. d. .
Gou?ab. IX? Ludiow St.. Tel. Orchard !>??.
Patents and Inventions
PATENTS PROMPTLY Traie
marks registered by -? /-nt At?
torneys and Engineers Free ?"o-iMjttatloB.
528 Fifth Avo. p .
CASK for postagi stamps, unused. 8 ? ' ;
o?ectlons. Eli'.e S'a-np lu?.. ?4?? B'wuj.
3 GOOB TYPEWRITERS 1 portable; $2*.
$20, $16. 41? S. 4th Brooklyn. Stagg 0DS7.
MISS A. A. HOFMAYER
10 EAST 43D ST., 3D FLOOR.
Reliable Domestic Help
PP.OFESSIONA L. HELPERS.
Telephones |||1 Murray Hill
Wet-tier's Agencv, 18 W. 43d.
MRS. GORMAN, MGR.
A good place for excellont help in
all capacities. Murray Hill 4942.
Select help (male and female) for private
, families. 7S4 Lexing.on ave. Plaza 5005,
Sealey's Agency, 161 W. 145th~
Headquarters for reliable, competent col?
ored help; city, country; references investi?
gated. Audubon 2798.
The Select Employment Agency
-vants. All Nat
M. ROUXEL, 641 6th Av.
Efficient Servants. All Nationalities. ? 666S
Kit? Roy 5 4599
LANG & BOECHERER CO.
43 W. 33d St. Established 1?9?.
First class help of all nationalities.
Mrr Tlifl-inc/^? 'c Co-operative nun
rS. LJiCKinSuR S p.0yment Bureau
Agency, 61 West 4gth st. Efficient ServaDts
(Male and Female). 6974 Bryant.
UNIVERS AI Employment Asency.
supplies domestic help. Personal attention
given all orders. Fitzroy 1145-114?.
Rose M. Werner i^!s-fcy mI^ywSt
Reliable help; all nationalities.' Plaza ?i?.
Employment Agency supplies first else?
help. 6S2 6th av. Vanderbllt 3171.
TTMITCn Employment Agency
UlNilJlJJ 155 East 72d Stre-t.
Domestic help for city and country.
r>T TTAT'C Employment Agency special
?-> t-<~> _^i ?3 iaes in all kinds domestic
help. 1021 6th av. Plaza 8050.
Jussila Employment Agen.:y
(?53 Lexington ave.
Finnish and Swedish Servants.
RR??YVAK'S Employment Agency.
E:anehe3: Greenwich, Stamford, Conn.
T ?7Z?P F DohertV Aef'ncy removed
Domestic help all nationalities. Plaza 36.'K>.
rrir\TiV< agency, 72 w. 7?st.
KjKJKJLJ?Z, J Reliable domestic help.
First class private families. Col. 4137.
COLORED high grade servants; city,
country; references investigated. Kemp
Agency. Audubon 2S50.
CENTRAL PARK EMPLOYMENT AGEN
cy, 23 W. 90th st., reliable colored help.
SHAt'GWNESSY?High-class emploj men!
Agency, 860 6th av.; male, female; city.
FOLLOW THE TRIANGLB
to NEW ADDP.E-S.
on and after APRIL 11,
777 Lexington Av. (61st)
TRIANGLE EMPLOYMENT AGENCT.
Manager. MISS SUSIB RICK
MISS ISABEL SHEA
? E. ?ST., BET. MAD. ic ?TH AVB3.
Select help, male and female, for cltf
TELE?HONE 677* MURRAY HILL.
? Select domestic help of all natlcr.a..*.li?
for private families.
833 Lexington av, Rhine'.ander 8289.
LAZARES EMPLOYMENT AGENCT.
200 EAST 72.0 ST.,
TELEPHONE RHINELANDER 4044,
J? at your service with the best cooks asl
other domestic help available.
MRS. MASON'S '
! EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 18 WEST 43D.
| VanderblP 9053. Reliable Domestic Help.
WEINTRAUB'S imp. Agency. ?27 Madison
av., cor. 53th. Room 304. specializes grai
uate. undergraduate, infants', children ?
nurse?; also other help. Plaza 6634.
UP-TO-DATE EMPLOYMENT AGENCT
UNGAR & PALM. PROPRIETORS
3 78 East 71st St.. S W. cor. 3d Av.
Specialises In all kinds domestic help.
CHAS. TPAVTY'? AGENCT. 6JS ?TH AV.
O.C AXVV\ l-\ O FITZROY BIOS.
Summer Hotels supplied with best help
i~f~\r nVT AT Agency removed to IS
v_Vj.l-AJ.iN J. ?T. L, -vv 43d ?t VanderbLt
3096. Commercial, domestic help.
T TTT-TTT AGENCY. 58 E. 125TH ST. AM
i-I-Pl ??? -1 Nationalities. HARLEM 5 ? 15.
FINNISH, SWEDISH SPECIALTY.
BLANCHE L. HODGES, employment ex?
pert (agency i, 71 West 4.1th. Brvant
3452 For many years with F. V. OD?LL.
MAID SERVICE AGENCY: keep your
apartment clean; $f> a week, with wash?
ing. Smith. Harlem 3065, 2I0S Madison av.
?APAVF^F Domestic Employment
| s\ . .\i\L.OL A.gency?Select help c?
ill nationalities supplied. 187 Lexing'os
av. 9358 Madison f;.'uare.
lAPAWFSP Employment AR?ney.
J/\ri\rs r-OL. Mos[ r?n?b!e -iomeitlo
help furnished. 26 W. 43d. Tel Van'bilt 30*9.
1APA VPQT7 American Employm*nt
irtrAiNtJ? Aeency, 169 Wast 46t?
St. Bryant 8079. Select domestic help.
TAPA VT7QP HELP, skilled, ?-ueran
j?\r?\?\r,z>iL. tefl) t0i ?tn avr.# 0#.
tween 46-46th. Bryant 7931.
TAPAMTTQTr SERVICE AOENCY
J-rvx rt '* ^-J L MOST RELIABLE.
106 West 46th. Tel. Bryant 77?7-S?SJ.
JAPANESE V If. C. A. (Main 1144)
Oomestie help. 17 C?nco:-d St. Brooklyn.
FACTORY FROPKRTY SALE OR TO LET
?For Sale or ?o Lease
Any Size Anywhere )
GAILLARD REALTY CO., Inc..
(Kuslnoss established 1796)
OS William Si. Tel. 1088 Joha.
SfeUU^??! R? Patterson
?p~ 637 Manhattan AveKKla
Telephone Oreen point zoo?
REAL ESTAT*:?SALE OR RENT
TWO-FAMILY house, 25x100; well built;
best section; Al condition. Berst, 2736
Crest?n av. Telephone Fordham 8973.
PBTLHAM?STUCCO HOUSE. 7 ROOMS,
bath, sleeping porch; al! improvements;
vapor h^at; garage; plot 100x100; tl5,00<>.
RENT 6 BOOMS, BATH, garage, 1125
CHOTf-E LOTS FOR SALE.
J. N. AMUNDSEN, 115 Wolf's Lane.
Tels. Pelham 1153-2138. Open Sunday.
LARCHMONT?A beautiful stone ros;- !
dence, 9 lovely rooms, 3 baths; enclosed j
sun porch, vapor heat; garage; *4-acre ?
plot; this house has been published by The ,
Sun for reason of its artistic design; owner ?
must sell and will give real value and i
terms. Frank L. Egger. own?r, 51 East !
42d, N. Y. Mur. Hill 2326. Tel. Sunday, j
RENT, furnished, New Rochelle, 10 rooms, ;
4 baths; 3-car garage; large, shady cor-!
ner plot la Beechmont Park; rent from |
July 5 to Sept. 20. at special reduced rate. !
Phone Owner, 1317 New Rochelle, or Ol-;
cott, 2326 Murray Bill.
NEW, beautiful Colonial house, 531 2d av.,
North Pelharn; 7 rooms, garage; fine loca?
tion; only $13,000. .1. M. Schelner, 830
Lexington av. Rhine. 2035.
New York State
ADIRONDACK CAMP for rent on Raquette
Lake; 11-room cottage, well furnished
throughout with everything; ice, wood and
boats; all for $1,000. Particulars address
John A. Gooddro. RaT??ette Lake, N. T.
THE GREATEST BARGAIN In Orange.
W. .1; on Park av., the Essex County;
Parkway; fine, modern house, II roams. ;
finished in quartered nal: and hardwood, j
Including floors; steam heat, gas and clee
tric liKht, plate glass windows, screened
throughout, including veranda, business
compelled owner to leave: no brokers.
W. E. Crocker, 300 Madison av., Room 1003.
New York I
A REAL BEAUTY?Colonial cottage; six
nice rooms, bath, all Improvements, open
fireplace. Colonial entrance, sun piy-ch, high
elevation, artesion water; pTot 100x200 feet:
short walk from Lackawanna station; 3 4
minutes expr-KH time to Hobo!:en; $6.200;
oasy terms. Evans, Lincoln P; -k, N. J.
LAKE HOPATCONG: Oakdeane Cottage.
?7 large rooms, bath, hot and cold water.,
large veranda; motor boat, ?arage, open
fireplace. C. 3. Orben, lit Broad St..
Newark. N. X
LOVELY six. .eight, tea room houses: ex?
ceptional opportunity. W. Gottlieb, Park
Ridge. N. J.
CONNECTICUT RIVER HILL COUNTRY ;
?Unusually attractive four room and |
bath ?tone bungalow, charmingly far- j
nished, ops? fireplaces-. Mrs. NICHOLS, ?
US East ?4th st. Telephone Rhinelander j
6S2? or, after Monday, Vanderbilt l?63. '
Central Park West at 86th St.
Highest, point in city. Very ac?
cessible to all lines of transit. Pe
llRhtfully situated, overlooking the
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
1-2-3 or more rooms
$100 to $250 month.
A specially good restaurant a la
carte at reasonable cuartea. In
WM. F rNGOLD. Manager.
East 16th St. and Avenne P.
Adjoining the Brighton Beach
25 MINUTES FROM
A beautiful residence for gentlemen.
S:ngie and double rooms, beautifully
furnished and newly decorated. Run
in* water in ?very room.
Breakfast and Lane h if Required.
Best References Necessary.
For rates apply to
House MM/mgcr on Premises
and Factory Sites
Floyd S. Corbin, Specialist
ll Mm M 0273?300 lifaitii XI
IRVING SAVINGS BANK
11? CHAMBKRS ST., N. Y.
Tb? truatfti ha?* <l.-.jart'i a ?ir. '?? rh?
?ix month? endln? J'-.ne 30. 152!. at tft? rate e<
FOUR PER CENT
per annum on all AepoaMe from $3 lo $3,000
entitled thereto, payable on and after </'<iXj
Deposits to $SJ000 made on or
before July 13th will draw
interest from July ?, 1921.
H. E. TE-VKR, President
UEOROE B DUNNING, Secretary.
TO -JET FOR lit SINK** Pt ?POSIES
WAREHOUSE BARGAIN'; ?5c. (roes.
R R. aiding, possession, low insuraac*
i*. E., 161. Tribuue.