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; French and German
Trade Situation Is
Briti*?H Outlook Improved,
but in Other European
Countries Conditions Are
Still Much Depressed
i ?? ? -
Some improvement in the trade sit
r osti?n in France and Germany is in
t dicate? in reports to the Department
0f Commerce, ai.J the outlook in the
f Vr.'*0?! Kingdom is regarded more op
| "tnniitically, but no change for the
I tetter is shown in advices from other
? European countries.
Increased activity in Prance is fore
l shadowed by the fact that many new
f loans are being authorized for purposes
i of reconstruction and for improve
[ raents. The labor situation is stated
to be growing more satisfactory and
I laborers in many lines of industry have
g become reconciled to a lower wage
?| scale. Important reductions have been
t accomplished without difficulty, partic
t uiarly in the iron and steel industry
i in Lorraine and in the textile, shoe
? and potash industries, and the mer
[ chant marine.
In Germany, both the financial and
! industrial situations are said to be
! improving. Bank deposits are increas
\ ing- Unemployment is decreasing. The.
i government has an adequate stock of
s' ?air, but continues importing on long
i time credits. A subsidy of 7,300,000,000
marks has been voted for importing
grain and flour for the fiscal year.
A general feeling of optimism as re
? gards the industrial situation is stated
1 to prevail in Great Britain. The reduc?
tion in the bank rate and the settle?
ment of the coal strike have already
had effect. As a corollary to the bright
' ened aspect for future business it is
anticipated that a gradual improve
i ment in the rate of ?exchange will be
! experienced. At the beginning of July
t prices of cotton, silk, hides, foodstuffs
' and flour showed tendencies to
strengthen, whereas the prices of wool,
flax. jute, sugar, coffee, wheat, oil, rub?
ber, copper, tin and i?^.. weakened.
Cabling from Copenhagen, Commer?
cial Attach? Norman L. Anderson
states that the depression in trade, in?
dustry and finance in the Scandinavian
countries shows no sign of improve?
ment in the near future. Deflation is
occurring and speculation is decreas?
ing. The Swedish and Danish govern?
ments have refused to increase import
duties, although this was urgently re?
quested by the industries for the pro?
tection against German goods sold in
Scandinavian market-, at bottom prices.
The reason is given that this would
stop domestic fall in prices. Wholesale
prices an declining ta a great extent,
but retail prices have not generally
followed this decline.
While Italian exports are still de?
creasing, imports showed a notable
advance in value during Juno. Com?
paring stocks of import mechandise
with last year, those of raw and man?
ufactured cotton are larger. Stocks of
hemp, silk, coal and hides for export
:.re greater than at the corresponding
period last year.
Janowski, French Chess
Champion, Wins Tourney
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., July 21.?
David Janowski, chess champion of
France, won first place in the chess j
masters' tnurnament early to-day by ?
defeating S. T. Sharp, of Philadelphia,
after thirty-two moves.
N T. Whitaker, of Washington, who
defeated M. D. Hago, of New York, last
night in their final match, finished
second and Charles JafFe, of New York,
captured third placo by default against
Captain J. B. Harvey, of Menelon Falls,
The final standings were:
Jrnowski, S1?; Whitaker, 8; Jaffe. 7:
Hago. 6 '-> : Factor. Ma-shal! ant! Sournin.
"> each: Sharp, ?!_-; Turover an?l Lot
owiaki, 5, and Harvey and Jackson, 1 ea? h.
From The Tribune's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, July 21.?Army orders
Issued to-day follow:
Tilton. Capt. E. H., to Manila.
Bolan. Capt. H. W., to Camp Dix.
Brown. <';?pt. T C, to Camp Meade.
Emerson, Capt. W' II., to Camp Dix.
r>augherty. Capt. "U*. p., to Douglas.
Following to Fort Hey: Arnold, rant.
F. W : Branson. Capt. H. L. ; Burkett. '
' W ; Campbell, Capt. E. D. ; Por
sythe Capt. I., G ; Gerten. Capt. R. P.;
er, '"apt. C. W. ; Newman, Capt.
Patterson, Capt H. A.; Saportas,
W. F.: Sawyer, Capt. B. E. ; Ward.
J. C. Walker, Cant. I. G. jr.: Wise.
?"apt. .T. B. jr., Ireland, Lt. R. E. ;
Kemp, Lt L*?. C.
Simmons. Major J. S., to San F?*ancisco.
McCormlck, Major J. J.. to Honolulu.
Kflbreth. Lt. Col. .1 W., to Fort Sill.
Mahon, Capt. S., reslgmed.
Connell, Lt. .T. F.. to Philadelphia.
Thatcher, Capt H. M., to New Orleans.
Cllftor., Lt, Col. A. T., Sl?,-. C. to Boston.
F*-om 77,f Tribune'? Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, July 31.?Navy orders
Bass Lt. Com. J. A., to San Francisco.
.'?*'. Ll J R.. to XT. S. S. Nevada,
?rand nburgh, Ap. Clk. C. H., to Hampton
Burnham, Ena. G. H? to Atlantic fleet,
'hew. Lt. Com. F. T . to San Diego.
?orbin. Lt. !.. R., to Guam.
Lrenshaw, Ens. J. S.. to t?. S. S. Pennsyl?
Dugger, Lt. Com. G. W., to Washington,
uumstroy, Lt. H., to IT. S. s. Maryland.
Eaton. Lt. W. A., to V. S. S, Ohio.
Everson. Lt. Corn. J. H., to Washington.
Faber. Lt. A. H., to V. S. S. Pueblo.
Golay, Ch. Mach. A. A., to Pensacola.
Hammer. Corn. E. A. jr., to London.
Ll. a. A., to ?. S. S. Arkansas.
Bureara, Lt R, M., to XT. ft S. Arkansas,
knuner. Com. E. G? to Portsmouth.
Lambert, Lt. B. W., to Pug?t Sound.
r, ?.t. It. J.. to U. S. S. Pensacola.
Manly, Lt. (j. e.) H. P., to U. S. S. S-19.
Mason. Kns. L. V., to U. S. S. New York.
Kax-tarella, Carp. N., to V. 8. S. New York.
??dusky, Ens. W. J., to Lakehurst.
Moore Lt. S. G , to Dallas.
OWendorf, Lt Com. J. B., to Pacific flej?t. :
Queslnberry, Lt. R. W., to L'. S. S.
R<-?Jman. Lt. (j. g). J. R., to U. S. S. Paul I
RooUer, Lt E., to Cleveland.
Rosa, Kns. W. T? to Key West.
Ky<l*ii, Com. R. AV., to Panama.
?Wnpsell. Lt. Com. T. L., to U. S. S. Wyo- ?
8?u?js, r, Lt. H. E? to Great Lake?.
hch?.w3lnKer> ?.t. W. F.. to Fort Mifflln.
???tuple, Lt. R., to St. Julians Creek,
o'lva. Lt. J. A., to Atlantic tieet
?mmoiM. Lt. Com. R B, to V S 3'Harding,
?parkman, Lt. B. H., to Asiatic Station.
?peddeo, Ens. G. A., to Hampton Roads,
ntackhousi;. Com. G. M., to Coco Solo.
Btr?wltxtt4, Guu. J. F., to Brooklyn.
Stevenson. Lt. C. W , to Philadelphia.
**K*a, Lt (J. g.> J. C, to V. ft S. Arkansas.
??bar, Lt P. C.. to Fort Lyon.
Welling?, En*-. A. J.. to New York.
?TU;. Ena. T. R., to Washington.
Woodward, Capt C. H.. to Pacific fleet
-?un?,. Lt. Com, A. B., to New York. *
?urrowa, Bna. J. G., to U. S. S Ma?kemUe.
Rosem'ahl, Lt. Com, C. E., to U. S. & Clax
Hoonton, Lt. H. A., to U. S. S. New Or
*?*??, Kns. R. C.. to V ft 8. Broom,-.
^?raf. Lt. h. W., to r. ft S. New Orleans.
Wright. Lt. (}. g ) V F.. to D. 8. ft
Alexander, Lt. R. e. to U. 8. .S. Bruce.
?rock, l>ay Cite A. A, to r>s. dlv. Paciflc.
CIMlsoti, Bn& f. is., to l\ a ?. Birming?
?o". Lt. C. R? to re? div. Paciil<*.
-iaylor. Lt. R. W.. to' U. S. 8, Breen?.
M?j?r*. Mach. F. E., to U S. s. Charleston.
?<-yton. Lt. Coin. P. J., t? rea ?liv, ?'aeinc.
Claree, Lt. J. a., to V ft ft Crosby,
?yjKera. Carp. J.. to V *S S ?"r : ?
Shipping Board to Bare
Whole Story of Deficit
Administration Hacks Lasker in
Plan to Take Public Into
United States Shipping Board de?
tails, past, present and future, are to
b? laid bare by Chairman Albert D.
Lacker so that the American people
may know the exact condition of the
Confirmaron of this policy was ob?
tained in shipping circles here yester?
day, following closely upon Mr. Lasker's
K:ving to the public the information of
a $380,000,000 deficit last year.
It is evident that the Administration
is backing up the chairman in his reso?
lution, for widespread publicity of all
acts, whether good or bad.
Incidentally it is made plain that the
new head of the board will refuse tc
inherit the involved shipping situatior
with its enormous waste of monej
without taking not alone Congress but
the American people into his confi?
dence and letting them know all th<
Elmer Schlesingcr, general counse
of the board, who returned to Wash
ington Wednesday after a brief visi
here, will announce the new personne
o? his department within a day or two
it was reported at headquarters in thi
With the appointment of able law
yers to defend the millions of dollar
in suits against the government an im
portant step will have been taken i
the establishment of a reorganize
merchant marine flying the America
flag, as well as saving heavy sums c
Ready for Big Mee
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 21.?Ligfc
work marked the close to-day of pra!
tice of the Oxford-Cambridge and Hai
vard-Yale teams for their meet at th
Stadium on Saturday. The athlete
were entertained at dinner to-night b
the Corinthian Yacht Club, of Marbb
head. To-morrow they will be gues'
of the Essex Country Club.
The American team has been su]
plied with special uniforms, on whic
the colors of Harvard and Yale a:
emblazoned. Crimson and blue strip?
i at the belt and cuffs of the runnir
? trunks and a crimson "K" or a bli
! "Y" will distinguish the athletes of rh
Victim to Treat
Outlaws Are Accustomed to
Courtesy and Claim Self
Defense if They Kill After
They Are First Attacked
LONDON, June 20 (By Mail).?Dur?
ing the winter season, writes a Jap?
anese correspondent to The London
Morning Post, burglars always become
more active and aggressive in Japan,
and the question of how best to deal
with them is an important one. It is
a matter upon which the Japanese
point of view appears to differ radi?
cally from that which obtains in Occi?
The Englishman's house is his castle
and intruders get no quarter. In
America and Canada, too, burglars ob?
tain short shrift and indeed consider
it bo dangerous to enter a house by
night that they usually adopt the prac?
tice of attacking people on the streets
instead. But the Japanese police say
that a burglar should be received
courteously and given tea if possible,
during which entertainment careful
notice should be taken of the intrud?
er's dress, habits, appearance, voice
and so on.
It takes a foreigner a long time in
Japan to realize that this advice against
offering objection to burglars is no
joke, and should be followed literally.
Indifference to it has resulted in sev?
eral foreigners losing their lives in
the last few years. On finding a burg?
lar in their room they attempted to
throw him out, or capture him, and
! were promptly run through with the
short dagger he always carries. On
one occasion the burglar was astonished
that his victim, who this time proved
to be a Japanese, did not receive him
in the usual Japanese way, and he was
still more astonished to find that his
opponent was a skilled swordsman with
a keen blade behind his pillow, which
he drew upon the robber and sent the
latter flying out of the house wounded
The only foreigners that are success?
ful with Japanese burglars are those
that have a revolver within immediate
reach and draw it on the intruder be?
fore he can prevent it. But, as a rule,
one is asleep until the fellow has the
coign of vantage, when disobedience
will usually msan a fight, with fatal ?
refaits to the foreigner.
In Japan it is, therefore, not legal to
protect one's self with weapons, even
against a burglar, as to shoot any one I
exposes one to a charge of murder. It
is noticeable that when burglars who
have committed murder are on trial
their main defence is that they were
attacked by their hosts and had to kill
in self-defence. The remarkable thing
is that they can always get lawyers to
defend them and enter this plea before
Recently the Japanese authorities
have begun to consider the advisability
of employing women on the metropol?
itan police force. This is no doubt due
to British example, though for some
time women ?in Japan have been used as
detectives, being regarded as more as?
tute in some matters than men. Japan
has sent investigators to England to
study the police system, and some of
them have been visiting Ireland to
learn British police methods there, for
Corea is now called, in Tokyo, the
Ireland of Japan, and the Japanese
imagine England may have something
to teach them as to how to deal with a
$24,000 in Gold Missing
On Ship From Venezuela
Customs officials, assisted by five
five plain clothes men from the de?
tective burean in Brooklyn, made a
search of the Red D Line steamship
Caracas, which arrived yesterday from
Venezuela and West Indian ports, in
the hope of finding $24.000 in gold
that had been sent nere^for deposit.
The coin, which was done up in
twenty-four sacks, each containing
$1,000, was assembled by merchant? of
Caracas and La Guayra for deposit in
banks of this city.
The export of gold is forbidden by
the Venezula government and one of
the officers of the Caracas is said to
have been the messenger of the mer?
chants. When the vessel left La
Guayra the officer put the gold under
the mattress of his bed, believing thai
no one else knew of its presenct
aboard ship. Before the Caracas ar?
rived at her port of call, Puerto Ca?
bello, which also is in Venezuela, the
money was gone. No one left the ship
and word was sent here for customs
officials and the police to search th?
The baggage of all the passenger:
was examined, and the quarters anc
luggage of the crew were ransacked
The gold was not discovered.
London Doctors All
Live on Harlev St.;
Don't Know Why
Physician Ridicules Idea,
Based on Old Tradition,
That Anyone Who Is Any?
one Has His Home There
LONDON, Juno 19 (By Mail).?It is
a tradition that London doctors must
live in Harley Street, even though
they do not like it, according to a writ?
er in The London Daily Mail, who
quotes a conversation with a medical
He had been engaged, says the
writer, for five consecutive minutes in
cursing "the megalomania of half-bred
Bumbles" and inveighing against the
"tyranny of socialistic rates." I was
not surprised, for a demand note was
lying in front of him and I could not
help seeing the figure.
"But why, then do you live in Harley
Street?" I asked.
"Because I am a damned fool!" he
snapped. After a short pause he modi?
fied it. "No, it is not I who am a fool
in this matter; it is the British public
who is a fool?and a snob! The greal
B, P. has decided that if you don't live
in Harley Street you can't know you]
job, and that if you do live in Harlej
Street you can't help knowing youi
job. It is all very British and muddle
headed, but it is the formula and th<
wise man conforms."
"But why must it be Harley Street?'
"I don't know how it began, but nov
it is because emotional women wh?
write sensational novels for the delec
tation of illiterate fools always se
that the heroine who is dying of shee
nobility of character is visited by th
great man from Harley Street.
"He has been known to come fror
Brook Street. It is permitted that h
come from Cavendish Square and Port
land Place, but he could not be reall
great if he hailed from any stree
other than Harley.
"At one time Wimpole Street seeme
to be threatening to rival Harle
Street, but it was not for long.
"There is a definite, if rather subtl?
cachet, about Harley Street. All th
thriving and most of the successful!
striving, live in the street. Other
who have no right to come, come bi
cause they thinj_the British public is
a sillier ass than he really is. The
classical phrase of Abraham Lincoln is
applicable to them: 'You can fool
some of the people all the time and all
the people some of the time, but you
can't fool all the people all the time,'
and when they have discovered this
truth, by sitting in ever unsatisfied ex?
pectancy behind a brass plate for a
year or so, they go away.
"For example, a newly qualified
youngster marries Sir Gorgius Midas's
daughter, and the old snob insists that
the young couple*,shalI live in Harley
Street. The prowsts of modesty are
in vain. 'I won't have my daughter
humbugged about in a general practice,
so you'll live in Harley Street, or?!'
So the poor dears go to Harley Street
and find it a veritable hell of boredom
and disillusion, because he can find
nothing to do.
"Then, again, there have been sereral
instances of men who made, up for the
paucity of their scientific equipment
by inordinate self-confidence who have
tried to jump a claim on the British'
public by a policy of blnff, an integral
item of which was a house in Harley
Street. And many a one has succeeded
? merveille?for a time; but only for
a time. Then comes a d?b?cle and the
bargain with the remover to remove."
French Navy Holding
A Boxing Tournament
PARIS, July 21.?The fistic arena has
its champions in the French navy as
well as the army, the recent encounters
having had the following results:
Bantamweight, Andre Solliege, Tou?
lon, won by forfeit; featherweight,
Robert Perronet, Brest, over Gouzonnes
by points; light middleweight, Emile
Le Mascam, Lorient, over Gotteland,
Toulon, who quit after the third round;
middleweight, A. Anell, Toulon, over
Michau, Brest, who quit after the sec?
ond round; light heavyweight, F. Si
clair, Toulon, over R. Fontaine, Brest,
who quit after first round.
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Coo!, Comfortable Stateroom?
OrrJtastra on EacJi Steajnaar
Lv.FuKon St **h*r 14 N.R. S.30P.M.
Daily including Sundays
Kew Bedford Lin.
DaSy except Sunday, Leave Pier 40
N.R. H.usron Street, 6 P.M.
N?w London Un*
R*Syr?x?t'pr Sund??- Leave Pier
40 N.R Ho-jton Street 5J? P.M.
Pier 70 E.R. 22nd Street 6 P.M.
Daylight Snvfng; Tim?
Tide*? at Pi?r? aad Cou. Ticket Officss
Delightful trip of 150 mile* through
the East River and on Long Island
Sound. Good music?Refreshment?.
Str. Richard Peck
To New Haven
Lv. Pier 40. N.R.. Houston St. 9.30 A- M.
Return due New York. Pier 40. 9.00 P.M.
Ample time for sightseeing* in New
Haven, the "City of Elms." rich in his?
tory and Bcenic interest.
Kound Trip Fare (?ml. War Tax), $1.70
On sale ?unday ovlj at the Pier.
Timoi'GH THE CAFE COD CANAL
Connections at Boston ? n Portland, Bod
land, Bangor, Mt. Desert, Me., Yarmouth,
N. S. . s Ft . N. Y
(ft... Murray st.). ilaiiy includin* Sundays,
5 P. M. (Daj'UgUt atttu:; T'.rao). Tc
EASTERN S. S. LINES
PROy IDENCE1S 3.?3
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? i. weekday* a?uJ Suudar? at VI* P. M
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MONTCLAIR, N. ?.
'"IDEAL C?LN'?Ri HOME"
MONTCLAI?. N. J.
?OST DbUOtiHl.i.1 ??X?APC*?
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8PKINU LAKE BEACH. ?. 3.
7he Essex tf Sussex
iprind, Lake Beach-New Jersey
A Resort Hotel of refinement and!
-distinctive superiority-Now open;
CS Krom Mar
ATLANTIC CUT, N. J.
m/* c*n r/x? ?ioerrt/merM
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and service unexcelled, pie-war ratas.
ATLANTIC CITY F.iUEANT
September 7th and 8th. a!>21.
Halts Hotel !?? lerv.ttons Now.
ASCI P.Y PARK. N. J.
THE L aT? ?ETTS
Eicluaiv? pai.runj.ge: beautiful su.te4
wlt? bath: bscJbeku apartin*BO* with \.u\
needle and smiwef uat?^? Un? ?s-h?jl? (c>|
course; season rutes; wufte servie?. M. M.
Frost * S<>n. owner?, Aibury Para, N. J.
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Forest Lo_je, Stamford, Cotia.
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eicil?iis cui&.nt. tonna? t.?; rea*
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Cena, iiott rnfrssllllin scashor? rssort.
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