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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY,, APRIL 10, 1912.
RAILROADS PLEASED
AT CHAMBER'S ACTION
i, I: Points to Closer Coopera
tion r.ptucen Shippers and
Security Buyers.
BKM'.NrKS MUST KEEr UP
Chninlier of Commerce Made
Firiclit Kate Sue?eslions to
Interstate Uonr;l.
In r3l!roifl circle mtich citlafnctlon
). f'! n- er tlie resolution Adopted by
he rhamrpr of Commerce nt Its Inst
rr.tetlii? In tepnid td frclRlit rntej.
.frond offlcet do not expect tlint tho
f(n'.m-lts enil'odled In the I ebullition
v.: li.i'e nnvthlnn more than n rrtnoto
(ffe.-t upon the nrtjustnients of rntes In
tke r.'ar tdttiro. hut the stand taken
r, tt- le.-ie'lrir tommciclnl orRiinlz.itlon
e' the Pt!ite vvai cheerlni; In that It rll
p v'l cle.irlv the nttltude of many
prminr-n' hinUrrr. nnd tnanuf.icturrrs
tcnril tn" irotsnt rate pronietn.
i"'-amber of Commerce decided
uninlm ufly ti nk the Interstnte Com
r.ierce Conml?!on nnd nil State rail-r-aJ
cemmifjlons to so determine rate
c' inse!" that railroad revenues he not
firthT curtailed. The shrlnknRe of
lr. 'imf, It was ret forth, adversely nf
fe tid i road's credit, a condition par
ti, alsrlv undesirable hornnse estimates
ef competent statisticians showed that
the count ".v's common carriers wonjd
hive to raise J.'.oOO.CftO.nOft fresh capltnt
within the n-t Ne 'years If traffic
facilities were to be l;ept abreast of the
rrrmth of business.
" The recognition of the rlsht of rnll
rid capital to an adequate reward Is
r.dful." the report of the committee
r.t'x'i Investlfsatfu rate conditions read
In pr.rt, "and unlers this ilcht Is recoc
nlied nr.d a true community of Interest
rttei shippers nnd Investois Is
wht about It will be Impossible to
rs. the money needed to make rall-r-aJ
facilities in the next fle years
(Vi.ii t' uat Inn's i;reat normal Rtowth
Is half a decade."
' n "pri'fylcm of opinion on the action
fit th I 'hamber of Comnurre was asked
f.f i "Mr-era nnd directors In n half-dozen
ef t',e 'eatllns railroads nnd the reply
c nei even wns that, as a rdpn of
t-e time., the tesolutlon jiolnlcd t.wnnl
ft.f colni; for the load". A dose
i r '"nlty of Interest between the
s f.pii- r.nd tlio purchaser of railroad
f' "tits was certainly necessary for
t irnls. tin y said, and also a thorough
P .ttion between the roads and the
In' 'Mate Commerce Commission If the
r .i ! n:t to prosper.
. tn the relations of the Inter
a! .,- f innr-ivr ( iitnmtfloti and the
, r. ,-.i'" alil the chalrninn of .1 larpe
- iVv stern road, "I believe they are
e ,i ' ,r iiliT r. tit baslh fi nm that which
A vi.,t b. fiire the sweeplnn refural of
r mlvatices was Klveit In l"cbniar.,
' Krniii what I have hnrned fruni
' T.'s v.tio have appeared before the
1 ' 'lnp th past year, the eomm's
t i more conversant with the ulfl
i ' of railroad operation under
I -!it rnte and hlch operatlnp e.-
b than before nnd Is at least syin
I imV with the troubles we are hav-
The commission hr.s Riven no sIkii
aiiowins r.n advance In tnrltTs, and
v. o n it hope for a broad adance. but
" n be sall that railroad operators do
consider the cnmmlt-slnn the hostile
lf .lv they did before the hurlzontul rate
h r- as" was denied."
' other ci'iurers ii uoh the saine
rn'lnient wan discovered, an almost
f'onlt-h'np state of affnlrs when the
l's rnt-'lc utterances of iiuincrou- rail
real heads a year ni?o are recalled.
The Inter&tato Commerce Cotnmsslon
has a. ways nppeared to be fair and open
t r.dcj," said ri. A. Lynrie. lcc-presl-rr.
of the Chicago & Northwestern,
" n ii numerous occasion In which I
1 me before It, nnd 1 believe thor
e.' v 'hut they wcIkIi the contentions
'! rt r. .ad which has advanced rates as
c ref illy as a complaint tiled usalnst
ra' s , review of the dozens of sepa
' " i-iliiplalnts decided bi the com
r s' m Ii. the Inst six mc-.ths shows
' a hi a larse iiroportlon of them the
r e ads have been sustained.
""' e Commerce Commission, In my
. n stam's ready to allow nn In
i of ftelsht rntes whenever n car
' 'an prove that the Increases nre
-i. t i to Insure a reasonable profit to
,id The burden of proof that the
h'.-' or rates are necessary lies, of
, i i, in the applicant. I ut If the
r n can make a clear showing the
i ases ttlll be nllowed.
T have not heard of any movement
r , t).p adviince of rates In any
'a;1 .liar illiectlon as far as the im
"' a.e fut-.re Is concerned. With the
t i. tendency of operating expenses
'ir.tb in evidence, however, the I
f 3 must need corresponding In
e lr tarnlnKs, and on proper
f' " ut- to the commission they will
" 'hem
"" e commission lo a supervisory j
b 1v w.lch the railroads medeil nsj
' .'i as did the shipper when the com-
' .. s. ,n was oi sranl'ed. Tho shipper
'.('; ' inflection nsalnst the rulltoad.
t ' .e lal'road was In need, nisei, of
i-mtectl in against the chipper tho bit;
i i 7;r who demanded special consld
f'n'e 1 i the way of rebates. The
rvmmc-r e Commission has pretty well
' r.ed QUi this practice, much to the re
' ' f the roads, and rates are now
ps'ar t.; .(j on a more stable basis than
r b:..rc, which Is of sreat ndvantaKc
h ti the railroads and to the public.
"""hi sreat work of the Interstate
'"ommerfe Commission In the future, In
'i sp'i ln. will not have as much to do
r t, e re asonablenes.t of Individual
rn'ej a with the strusglo between cum-
"jr.lties to pet rates which will Klve
' 'm iiu advantage In a business way
1 r tlidr competitors. Tho burden Is
r. '7.- cp the commission to prevent un
.! r,i'rlmlnatlon between localities
I. "I br.'tien the dllfeient classes of
an I here, too, the commission
to me to be deallnK fairly and
rit' flv and with proper con
ion for tn larco Interpstn which
'oi
t! .
a
In
"I r .f the. Chesapeake A Ohio
' i cannot perceive nnv prcator
t jveard tho ral'icsir, on the
r r ' ' e interstnte t'omn erce Com
r tl ii in existed befoio lie blR rate
' Ihr iv Is plenty of evidence
' i trr ..M. b arned more about the
' r rfc if t ,i ,. have to be-ar than
if' r.v i,t.f , j,H f,ic.t may be of
f ' ie ii t,ic roads when they tlo
i"eri to net into Increases."
I0NG EKANCH MAYOR QUITS.
Sin I.
- no Defence to llrlherj- ('hnre
I I Innl nnd Itraluna,
Mt-in V ,1, tirll 0, Jins-or I'.dnln
' e - if Lung llr.iluli pleaded nmi
before .iiidiro lohti I, 1'os.terl
I tient 1 lmu.'liii! Iihn with briliup '
' nt viti ,1 iimvIiii' loiitHnl and 1
"I ! ,ii ins. I ,ii. Ills re'lun illon j
I itli tin- I- n, 10 ,o f r v .1 1 I'll
"U ' 111. III! Il I lllllll'll I
e ,4- l lll tril III Xlnri'll, but before I
1 I e li.i-l i:-lii',lli-il, Tb -re
'' ii ' i.-i 11 .-ills, in- lnr in' i'il in.'
1 1 '1 iIIiiim . in 1 mi. ei -.it,ii
tr,
If,
rs.
I I
' 11 pi "nre iioi.iw pill'- 11 1 mi
. 1. ,1... 1 . .1.1.. .1....
nrk I !. ml 1 ill III
1 !(.-. ,,f Pli, llii!
I 1 .1 be Innl 1 11 fur 1,'-1 1
1 ii'iltails, the i-iilisiilefiiUuli
lelluli j
. 1 1 11 -iji'ilvtirr of tbo itun'U,
HOTELS AND REMTALKANTfl.
I
WHERE TO DINE WHERE TO DINE
Travelers Co., :o TV. 34th St. Tel. 2472 Creeley. Travelers Co.. 20. M . .14th hi lei 2 IT! tire tier.
REJUVENATION OF THE
CAFE ! BEAUX -ARTS
BY ITS FOUNDER
LOUIS BUSTANOBY
Having reimod esiluMv rontrnl of the Cafe it.i neaui-Art. MO tfl 4nth St.. Mr.
ttiMlenobr take pleasure In announcing tht It I now rnnduilnl a when forntrrlv, under
hi management.!!! Hon renownfor unexcelled rul.lne anil service. hlRh cla entertainment
and It nun, rr(lnrd llnhemtan atmosphere.
Private Dlntne ttnnnix.
DINNER. Si. 50. ftiecla1tle a la Carte, relerhone
TAVERN E LOUIS, 5th Av 23d St., B'way. MnWtSfa.
Al.n umlrr the iernnal minaafmrnl of i.nul. Ilu.lannli.i,
REISENWEBER'S
Cnlarabu.
nnth St.
GENUINE OLD-FASHIONED
?fritl I'.trnliiR Iti r.i until e.oe IS llu, i.illl.L.
II:M I (),lif. Hi1l.hr. trirey, .Strnmcrt Lvnlnvrn Un'i n In Hnrvri. Vlrclnla Pepper Hh,
Dixie ItlseulK l.urnu Mlesli. rooke.t met hli'knry rrr.t'T- anil prrrt nn toa.': It.lUeJ Potato,
a tlllek, Jlll.'y 1 "eh Cl'nn ro'iUfd to I'trn. .l.ltlM.1 'V'', TofTer.
FAMOUS P01NCIANA QUIN fETTE
tlKSl'.n.Vi: 1 ,lll.i:.s. Kb , MIO t.'oliimbu Prlat- Dlnltis l!iu.in, llnn"et ltM. Ballroom
for WiiMlne.. P.irtle. Ae !leefieak Garret. rlht itmler Die Hiftera. IT'H t'.N tol l'..
HPKCIAI. SI n. HINNKn lia to d, l. Ileof.trak liarft" parllra.
LUCHOW'S
lOll to 1 13 l".at 14th M. tTel tOaStuyveMnt.i
l'MIl'.H 4IEIIMAM KKSTAt'KT.
a i.a t Ann: and taiu.k ii'huti:.
!lt!.- by TUP VIKXXA ARTIST OHCltESTRA
W'"l!'itt'Hi,e H H'r'"M'
Pllientr Gintiintehaftilrautrsl
fIRAMI PI1IX ItrtiMela Kxpo'ltlon tfllo
'.P'tlvii ,N M1!.R KKftoni'.
The Most Attractive Country Uriel Adjacent tn New York City
Garden City Hotel
GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND
Enlarged and Improved -Capacity Doubled This Year
one of the mot e.xrlnlvr country hotel In America A combination of rountn !'' anl
netropolltan hotel luxury eldiim found Every outdonr and Indoor m'i"n.nl ' Anto..o.
oiiint. aiaiton. soinne. rmini. iirmng an'i tenni.
nrehetra.
.mi room mm pmi Data ani every
men In liaehelor to'iTi. lmwer hath and larire rnithle lmnlni tno adlolnlni !' mlk
friini .New York FrVauent rlectrle train er loe, M minute, to new IVnn Stitlni or Wall St.
A HANDSOME NEW A LA CARTE RESTAURANT
SEATING 300. JUST COMPLETED.
Cul.lne and Smlc appealing to the mot exanlnir. with exe-ntlomlly mrierxtc prleev
tor further Information nta i;ate Address
J. J. LANNIN COMPANY
Also Proprietors GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL
II WKST R7TII ST.. Ifrtt-iai MIST BBTII ST.. M:t1 Of:K.
KV .IKRSKV.
Atlnnllr C Itj.
HOTELDENNIS
Directly on the Ocean Front.
Alw.ir.oirn. WAt.TKn J. tll'ZnY.
ISLESWORTH
On I hi ocean ftnt. Irtrlnl.i Avr.. rucrlnoUnc i
i,rn'U' si ri i :rr i njncn mm. ncmi
up utrklv no rxxth rharcr for hot sen watrr
hath. I'levAtor, ttpeclout un parlor, prlvitc
batli- Drrhtrn Auto Tiret Irnliis. Iooklrt,
UM II Y MAN, Propr I'ltANK M PHOKRU.S.Mcr.
ST. CHARLES
Mo.t selert location, frontlne the ocean. Thor
ouchly modern, courteous erlce. bathroom
Hlth not and rold fresh nnd M?a water attach
ment, shower, etc Orchestra. Magnificent Sun
Tarlor. nerl'Oklnir the beardualk and ocean.,
tn. f pill iicffci-. Aluhys open Illustrated beok
let. MiH l.l.V 11 UNP.S COMPANY
HOTEL IROQUOIS
So. Carolina Aie and beach Cap t(V). Prl
xalu bath. tuntilnt water tn room, elevator,
mn parlor. mulc, etc S2 M up dally, special
wicU Ilooklet, W V SHAW
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
in t arellni Ac ft Ilexch Private bath, lun
r lt:c u.iter In rooms. eletor to .treet leel: sun
tia.lnr etc capacity 3'J). Ilooklet.. I1HYAN A
v il.UIAMS
Musi modern and leading moderate rate hotel,
ALBEMARLE fff;,.--
unny ri'oin. uteam heatftl.rirrlirnt tabir. SI. $10,
tv: tiup w eWly. 52 up dally Am Plan dictator.
miii parlors otrhitra Hnoklt J P COPK.
nnarlboroitab - IBIenbclm
ati-m iv rrrr. x. .1.
Jotlah White A Son Company,
Ijikttvood. ,
EiARTLETT INNJ
mz om EUROPEAN PIAIrl
fASTELIHLAKEW0OD.iH.al
Tlrlle tor HlB.trated booklet and rat,,.
Oak Court Hotel,
t.nkewood. .V. J.
rantlly hotel notable for
quiet. dometlclty and
homelike otmnnhr.-e.
I'.. U.'Spamcnbert , Mjr.
BRANCH OFFICES
Dally :: Sunday :: Evening
ADVERTISEMENTS and
subscriptions may be
left at these offices, where
the rates are the same as
those charged at main
office.
New York City Wall Street
Men may leavf subucriptions
rii wJvrrtieemunle. st th
Wall Street iiflite, 25 Hroad
Stieet. 'I flephone 3"00 l?eek
inan. I.'itlt liriiiitiway, near
,171 Ii Strcot. '.'f3 Weat i:5th
Strrnt.
Brooklyn 10ft Livingston St.,
uraar Court Stfeet.
Nrwnrk, X. Krcdorlrlt N.
Snmmor, "t llroad Street,
'i'p'.c phone SCSO Market.
Host on, ,Maa. -Iloom 2fl,
(llol)" IIItlK,, W.iRliinixton St.
T I'. Iliini.iin.
Clilrairn, III. lOOj-lOO Trib-
line IIIiIk -Cmv S, Osborn.
AtlililMc f'ltv, X, . I. Walter
K, l.tlu'o.
l.iiiuloii, I'nslnnd !) ii ' I a ni
Speeinl e:icy, .1 ltiiHnt St.
I II
-s--'.rs.N'N.v
HOTELS AND nKSTAlttASTH.
"Supper after the pla..
XU( lityant.
DINNER $1.00
in Wi
II re I"
nth At.
BEEFSTEAK DINNER ,1.25
art f rlhnr Oitnua ne.tair.nt. . Tdn.
i an r. tiiai 7
tSalottSI ee Kven.Telerara
tlO-SW St
llet Din, w. w (IS;,
M0BETTI7;!,""r:
turn Ml yr.-.r T a llfU'S S'-8 fC"'1
A larirle.
HI'RING AND Sl'MMEIt Itr.oOKTS.
A heantlfiil nex ball room with viperl-ir
mn-iern ienrnlenre Sprllra's vo'tt c
Hi:itMt'IIA.
mUtoaKctdBERMUrj
time of -e.tr.
in April and May.
too, is thronged with
people enoyin? life. 1 he
most beautiful months of the
year on tiio most Ixamifnl (.pot
in the world with every convenience,
comfort nnd luxury nl hand.
Hamilton Hotel Bermuda
Wm. A. Ilarron. Mtr. N. Y OIT .-.sa .iih Ave
SHORE-HILLS HOTEL
in:init i
.Ncne.t and Must lle.iullful Hotel In ller
muda. A uonlerful mmmer and winter re
sort for hexltn. re-reatlnti and -port linoklM
l,,r,.l,c"1"? ,rJm ". .N V Phone
Is, J Madlsou bq
H S WII.TIIA.NK. Mcr.
Kl'ROI-i:.N KK-OUT's.
Ll KIU'OOI. t.MiLAMi.
n,V ."n'lon oi .dini.ANn-Anr.i.riii
nOTr.I.. I.Uerpool. rncl.xnd. Vow Open to Vis
itor. Illu!-n-d Ilrn.-hure and TarlS. of all
Midland Ho'els free TOU .N t. col .NTin
llt'ltrAt' 1) Hfth Vie N
I'lRMSIlM) ROOMS TO I.I7I.
600 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
Corner Ufth lavrrliKiklriclludsnm I'arlot bed.
room, prlwito but t. refrlrer.xtor. Indeprndcnt en
trance. ri'Mnt.rnnt. oxo ptlonal Apt :tt
I JSTII M ., il WI'st l.arc, sintahlo r
three, medium. SI up, liouvM-cpin nianu, teic
phone. MIl.NT.mwr.ST .ttractteronin. I.lclirla
I mojerti apartment, nii.nlni; water: lar.'e- eie.ets
SchU)!er inshlVM
!Vl'H bT. J MUST - Altrarttxr parlor suite
niljolnlnit b.ith. prli ti-s,e hinisiln-eplMf; tm.e-
l--iiuriu eiMrillc: Al.l.l..,
..Til A , H.xtra ij.rce room. .lt!t both, smail
room, convenient im-atior it.islem. rifcn-niT.
llronliln.
LArAYI'lTf AVI' . 1V Ifiesr lnhnju'i
liree and small room, desirable house.
MfJS I ,Wil"K hT , 11; yulet mtsld-ro,m. hlirli
rlas 1 1 a tor a p.irtmen 1 Inst,, itnneuus Hot water
centlemen ri-fcp necs Moltlll.-O';.
Hi:vt.SI..N hT. IK ttr.iclle parlor, business
purposes, e-ot.enlent mbwa, bridge and ferric,
other rooms.
I HOAItUEtIS U'ANTID.
I 76T11 ST.. 110 Vl:sl'-rinmnny7tTra?tTvBT.
I commodatlons; private bain; modern Improve.
I ment: excellent table; tuble suesiD,
78TJI, W 1. ST Lovely rooini; Improvement;
eicellent tt.ble: central locallun; piivate family;
board optional.
MTH ir.. 10 w K.ST-uperior accommodations
and table; larse or slnifle room; pcnnatitncy de
sired. 821) ST.. 1L' W -II1- 'r lit. h.ih .1...
trlclty; paralleled, tree at o&rinr suite: .neeiAi
LENOX AV . 1S5 lillitln- Attractive room with
board; all convenience.; home comforts; table
Bursts; Jewish house.
6TII AV.. 41 I.arcc and small munis; rentle-
men, couple
mi'ic Blasts lu'vommod.tteil; i ef-
crences.
Ilrool.l,
nnr.VOOIlTPI..,:a Vi-ar Pulton anil Tranklln
elevated; desirable rooms; choice home table.
CLKtiMOM' A . m -Aleovn and
rooms; i xii-llent table, lensnnalili-.
fiuare
(iiir.vi.iiueii.. ii.ii pacikic st,
Ileslralile riiuuij anil bath: choice home table;
ne tilni-k "I," station; table rji s...
lllrilNKSS C'IIAri.
J7.VKO WDIiTIt en- roMMo.vsKiri; opthi:
STANI.KV P.NCI MATH' I Alt COI'I'LIMI riUI-
i '...iiii in i.m .1111 nori:i(i i;,M or rill,
CDVIPANV.S I'm. I r.rtl.'K; '1 Hi: All
, ill'l.l LSt.in OMIMIAV'AVCMISA.Ml Wild.
n.vn.vn ally iii i m:h iiv i:vi:hv pail.
ito.i i.s -i in coi vrin. s'i in; akticli: is
- Illlllll.l I..MHIMM II
I Mclio.Wl.li-U'lt.dlN.s co i-sj n,vray..V V. All
I ni sAi.Jt.
lle.kt on il lime, l-uiultur.
i MA .MIA 1 IAS II r.i U t'O.
nookcaiet. Illlni Device, Table, Cuilr. ,ta
41-lti I afaiellu St.
. 1l. rrank'ln 7f. Wnrtn M Suower station.
PATIIVIf..
Irnde in s. mpyriynis; reusoii
U. t.l ill i I II I'Ul.ll ATI OK.
j PAl'I'.VT.S
wis World I 'iii.iui.:
AUK NT W.VN TK1.
"I 1,1. trtkt nni' ' AliiiIk
SiTitl fur kflittTilf jiivI
rnrtlril'Mr .il.'i hmr thin i-mi (c, nitnuif litir
iuick nil hh'j viritin ii'irnnt i i t,oh,
intk lm Jil, I r I U-r i r ' , ohl)
-m is in t cntiN.
nv virtue of rv, ill,-ii Iwilisrii . r 1 l nil
da M , .it 111 JrL'r t.-n .1 ManhJiuti, t-jv
tlU. 4c. D. Ue,tiO.M(,I.L, Maishal,
M59W
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I
NEXT SAILINGS
S.S. Amerika. . Apr. 11
S.S. Bluecher. .Apr. 16
S.S. Cincinnati, Apr.20
HAMBURG
MrtritM.it.tra.
In tha World
1,210,600
OVER 400
SHIPS
TONS
Atlantic
Service
LONDON PARIS
HAMRUR0
A1fnlK April 11.3 p.m.
Pr.NXSVI.VAXU Apr 13. J I' M.
m.t;r: tint April 10. a. m.
IM"IMVT1 April 3I. II A. M.
HamHir dlrct ;ni cxbln only.
"mediterranean
OiK-altir. Mjicr. Niple. Perm
S.S. MdIUj Arr'.l 18.10 A.M.
is. s. iMMrsr.M. iy is. oa m.
1S. s. moltki; Mayan, 10 A u.
',Wl net call at Alaier.
Special Sailings
otthe Palntlnl Crtiininr; S. S.
Victoria Luise
la, no ti rr tej
TO
London, Paris, Hambnrg
From New Yorlt,
May 7, June 6
ftrM r ahln pancpr onh.
1 Ifrr rqMlpmfnl U Ttal lha
(lpet fhlp In th tranatlinlH
rfrlrr.
1 Sup'tb puMlv? ronm of unu'ift1
1 ?s mIm rA chnmbn luxa
rtt!i bum
1 Marnlflrrt bullrortm. TiirV1h
an-l fl'hlc bath, .n1mm1nr pnnl,
rvtnnal!im ar-l cirfb promfmi"
1 lnrln- th wmt' rnrnth, th
VinoniA l.riM. ha rrrl"'! a
Irr n-i1r panprr t lh
Writ Iti-ll? in. Pan-iTa nM. all
nf uh""' ar' rnflvi'la.!" abntit th
nianx aitrr-, fPiliire fif thl
MHcnlHrrnt fhlp
"summer cruises"
Land of the Midnight Sun.
I't-Mdelt'-htfi'lcr'ils-s durlnir .tuns.
Jil anl-Vuc'i.t from Ma-nhuri to
.Nopvav Vorth Cap. Soluber n
tinrntton. l n ao lin.
Cost $62.50 and up
SrUntlll TVte, larce ste.nisn'ns
- K-Toi'tA t fis:." -Kttovpniv.
rrsMX crcn ir- and "Mrn:'!!!.'
rerO- ter booklet ef xny er-ll-
HAMBURG -AMERICAN
LINK
4I-1 rtnOAOWT. N.
I'.uni ln It: tor
Polar
i Cruises
Are unusual, healthful, fas
cinating and highly ceiiicv
tioiul. Cru'sp starts, from
Brenin. July is, rcturnins
Aup.M 21. i-.ire lor reiund
trip, $1 25 anil upu.irel
Stc,iTishii and prviee.
'1 h.it means the best.
NEXT SAIUNG FOR
LONDON -PAR! 5
BREMEN
Prinz Friedrich Wilhslra
TIIUXSDAY. APIUL 11
FOR TH
MEDITERRANEAN
BERLIN A,.V
Tnnlm' Chetkt rood errr
th4 world
I
Oelrichs ft Co,
J bkoadway
Gtn. Agta.
NEW YORK
srrt'ATIONS WANTED IMMAJE
LADY rolni: ahroad wlshe to place maid a,
chamhcimnU! anil wattre; best reference v; cmi
lie seen Thursilay titttveen 10 and 3 at 107 Hast
7'Jin M
V AI'l'l'M C'l-alilne Luica-j. 11! West 133th si
eleaMni? for the ln-st lilonle In New York: how
about your vacuum and pt-tu-ral cleanlnu"' Hour
nrila. I elepnone 33SI llatlcm.
SITfATIONS WANTED MALE
HOY, 11 e.trs old, cradunte, stenotrrapher,
typlft, liookUe-cper, wlshe position. ,le)ll.
rillMMl.NS, 274 1 linmpson nv Uint; Island I lly,
"l NTifNi ni Mist class inrcltantcTrnmprH ni.
sober, reliable and huluir Rood icfercnccs. ul-.hr
pn'ltlo-i; factory prrfcrnd Addle, A, NO
VOTNY. 13') Cljtner si , llrookljn.
YOVNO man. 21. American: ambitious; Infill,
cent: wishes work, enythlnc; reference. IIMAN
l-I'l.SIMII'lt. lsvihiluv.
IIKI.P XVA NT r,D I'EMAI.E,
STANDARD PASIHON I'OMPANY olTer lie
sit able positions with eood tuosnect of advani e
ntenl to oun-! women skllii-il In deslrtilng and
irlmr-lni: finliio'ial'li- iltcssu of nil kinds; nunc
Know ifdp of ilri-ssmaklnir Is is.enllal Anil)
lie Inter stMiuv acc and cxti,-rniue lo STVND
'l!) I ASII1UN ft)., 12 ,inlain st , New Sulk
1 iixtl'i i r'P rlerlcil ln-ln wanti-d good oav.
Kamn
mnm
LLOYD
Inw po-liluri .t' '!' opn fill pcrsni.aiiv for . not to hit- ihi-iu Not one dollar's worth nf
partli'ill.ii I t'tpl") 'iicnt Hrfrri lire srrxl"e 1 luti-rlnr i-r.ules his been put In I OH A SAI Il all
W-cni ill Wet .'.'il st tne i-ioilii-s an-n root iiia;li and mirkeil at
. . --.jU-s ttimi n.-tual crit
Sll -VI N I uld .1 niat- the icrilce nl n I hi-"- xr vilts ami I'vercoat at that were
. ' . . ..... ... I.i ,. , ...M..t..... s. . t-.i 1111.1 m. .1. iitlicr. Hi Al J .tfl. II I VI. il Oil IU f A
veais'n'l'i prefc'ri-l) Viuid pu-lilo.i fin n busller
i .,.r Bin, lelerrm, null rxi-ei Icin ,
...
Ill
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CUNARD
Th Fastest Staamars In tha World
iMauretania
Lusitania
CAR0NIA
Apr. 10. 10 A.M. June. 1.
CARMANIA
April 17, 3 P.M. June 15
May 4, 10 A.M. June 29. May 18, 10 A.M. ' July 13 June 5, 1A.M. July 17.
The "Lusitania," "Mauritania" and "Campania" will sail from New York
at 1 A. M. Wednesdays, aubject to the dlieretlon of the Commander.
LIVERPOOL, LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
MA QUERNSTTOWN AND FISHGUARD.
Mauietanla and Lusitania do not atop at Queenitown, em-bound
New York - Mediterranean - Adriatic Service
balling at Madeira, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples, Trieste, Flume
tVrlta tor Itinerary. Salllnt hour noon
CARPATHIA SAXONIA PANN0NIA 1VERNIA
a April 11 April 25 ab May 2 May 16
a May SO Junt 12 ab June 29 July 3
a Omits Madeira, b Omits Genoa. Quotations furnished for any Tours.
Round the World Trips $fi00 and up. Special through rates to Egypt,
India. China, Japan, Manila. South Africa, and South America.
PIERS FOOT W. 14th ST.. NORTH RIVER.
OFFICES, 24 STATE ST., OP. BATTERY.
aWroaiiaiBiBWI I atuR
STCAMCM HAVE
MP SUBMARINE SIGNALS
The Largest Steamers In the World
a i viiinir .... april 13
TITANIC
FRSHntt a t.a r.AVTT. RESTAURANT. TURKISH &
BATHS, SWIMMING POOL, FOUR I LEVATORS, GYMNASIUM,
VERANDA CAFE, PALM COURT, 8QUA8H RACQUET COURT
nearby sailings' I
Baltic Aptit 11, 12-.J0 Noon i
1 VvHrland. . . . April 13, 10:00 A.M.
! Minnewiska . . April 14
Cidric . . April 18, 12:00 Noon
r . i l'l"er 'i.'jtlTit
Arri&rjcan o,-.r,A.
r!ymouth-CnrfcMra--SyMima9i,
S a'Ii . .1, i'!iil..eil,i... . I
St. Louis lav I' IS'ew York ...MaylS
Atlantic Transport
New Yerk-tonden Direct Ptenf. N. n.
i tv'm il Ulnnehaha xtavlt
Minn-ton' Xf.r .to ."OV'l lpniaka.May M
FAMEXORB DEPARTMENT
2 DAYS OCEAN
A Few Hours Rail
Quickest Rcutc 6 Ships a Week
to
ATLANTA -MACON-AtlGUSTA
BIRMINGHAM MONTGOMEIY
All points Scuth and Southeast via
Clyde Steamship Compaiy
230 Rroadwiy or Pier 36, North Rlrer
Nev York 35
bV FASTEST STEAMER
m.y.o.i rih. I'J hnurn, f(l rnlniittal
Vta14Wl a1 I'A tHft-'lt iHtllll inAati
ii. iV HiV.mrr Unitlni I'rnfrs aart
ii.ei.i, lllreill
Wlthnut lranfer,
S. S. BERMUUIAN
SAILS ri:i WI.IIM-.s,l,. A. M.
Twin Sere. 1'i.JI ton itlspUcement. llllsra Keel
Ilimli e I'ottiitu. vvtreiess icirtij.i ,;i"''io I
I Hnlle de l.uxe lth Private llalh. llnhe.tra.
Ilel.t. Ii) llermiutlan aad Arradlaa ara la-.
. irrt lianaeatile. I
'ir lllutratcrl pumpmen ni iickcis.
anplv A. I-. lll'TKKIIRIIM.K rO..AJIII, ,
4jutio- H. fi. to.. Ltd.. aB Rroadwar. Mew
liirk. i tisr.-s. , , , " hi...
Ilrnadnax. a4and r.rl;l Mil Ave.. N. .,or an i
llikct A cent.
UNITED
FRUIT
iSTKVMSUII'l
M'.nVIC'K I
COMPANY
N,w Itxnlflrent Paaner and rrelahl
SteaDirr alier Wdneday and Saturday,
1! noon. Pier l. K,t ltlver (foot of Fulton St.l
.IAMAICA PANAMA COLOMBIA
Satllni evsry Wedneadaj at 13 noon.
JAMAICA PANAMA COSTA KICA
SalUne every Saturday it 13 noon,
fonnectlnir at Port Llmoti. I'o; a Rica, tor San
jo,e and Intermediate points on the Northern
Itallway; also at foloo for Panama City and W est
Coi,t port t'f e'eiitral America. Mexico and
South America. Send for lim.trated Booklet.
17 Hatter Place, N. .. rel. lOJl Kector.
Additional weekly alllni from 21
Coston. l'h'.ladelplila. n.xltlmorc. New Orleans.
FRENCH LINE
Compagnie Gtnerale Transatlantique
Dlne-I Line to Havre- Port (France).
Salllne Hvery Thursday, 10 A. M.
From 1 ler 37, North ltlver, foot Vel 1Mb St,
La Provence April II : France (new). .May i
I.n Itretagm- Apr i i; n'"f
l.aSavoie Apill 25iLa favole, . ,Uayl
Twin. Screw steamers, ttjuadruple Screw-Steamer
(SFNKHAI, A(ii:,Nl'Y, ID Slate Street. N. Y.
-USTRO-AMERICAN LINE
H MEDITERRANEAN ADBIATIC
l.eiwe-n .Ne-ei lork I; Al.iili:'iM. 11 ai.i .uiinKua,
AUSTHIA, KAISrit FKANJ! JOr 1. (a,WI.
UAHTHA WA3niNQTON. e. Uterature fur
alshed en arpllcaaon. Flrat alas,. Ht up. Thru
Hooking, UainialWL L,anl. Orleat. India. Cklsa.
Japan. '
.... LP UIIOS. ' l.l)...n,ral Acuct.
t, uat'ery 1'iac. a. 1. e-iir.
nni ill r nillirni
17 uat'ery I'ltc. N. Y. cur
l-AbHtLINtmmVltllAiMi
AZtJ'tl.S I.ISIIU.X NAI'I.KS NRi: MA...1F.II.LK.S. V !ll
WK-klySiUut (tpuroi.llipsclii Ainw:r Voyagea.
J AH. W LI, IV I.
CO , II. A., I, SUM St.. N. Y.
ML V AND VvOMKN'l ll.OTUI.NU.
nnir.i: whiiks
In three weeks wi- riniMiinlaitt the II road
shun velih tl.e Sixth Avenue. Itefoie we close ttie
mil, ovcn-oals and laineoats must be sold I'm
1 -i"'i all of Ihciu worth from IS 111 llu nioie,
Il N MM I.M,
. ulai iu- ic , . tn ssi. t-
I nrunn., j
April 24 June 12 Aug. 21
May 22 July 3 Sept. 11
1 A. M. July 24 Oct. 2
Hay 8 June 19 Auc 28
May 29 July 10 Sept 18
1 A. M. Aug. 7 Oct. 0
CAMPANIA
May 16,1 A.M. June 26.
WIRELESS TELEGRAPH
3
P.K.
sail
front
NEW
YORK
May 4, 25
Jun tS
July
APRIL 20
12
H'on
May 11
Jun 1
lune 22
July 13
ELICTRIC
Red Star
rierrtt. i. R.
IO A, It.
lender). Pari via Davar-Antwera
Vaderlani Apr. t.1 Kroonlan 1 Anr. 5?
Laplaml Apr. M K'.nlanJ May 4
White Star PV
Ijnrioutti-Charbauraj-Seuthamatan
niymnlclnew)Apr.t3.3 P,M.(Olymnle(nevi(ay4
Tltanfctnewi. Apr.W. noonTltnletne'v)May il
Naw Yark-Quaanatatwn-Uvaraaat
Baltic...
Ceitrle.
Apr. II. noon('eltte
Apr. l,noonAclrlatte
O I1ROADWAT. .NEW
...Apr. 3".
...Mnyl
TOBKr
GRAND CANYON
CALIFORNIA
YOSEMITE
YELLOWSTONE
nd frr ittntrar i.
TOUR
LEAVES
f.'AY 2
RAYMOND A WHITCOMB CO.
225 Fifth Avi. (TO pvh,.o.
OLD DOMINION LINE
DAILY flERVIf-E.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk, t'ortxmouth.
Tinner Point and Newport New,. Va , con
nectlns for Petersburg, lllchmond, Uashlnr
ton. I). . and the entire South and est.
JrelKht and I'assenter Steamer nail from Pier
31; N. Ii . foot of North Moore St. every xveek
day at -i P. ii
W L. VOOnnoY. TralTlc Uanaer.
Pari tendon Rotterdam.
Twin-Screw SalllncTue.lO All.
Hyndan Apr. l-l
tllotterdam Apr. 2
tl'otsilaio Aur. 33
t.cv Amslerdam ta ,
via itni'LoeiNi: sim
tPl.YMtlt'TH A notM.OU.Ni:.
Office 31) H'way, N. Y.
Line,, palm,, p-vtl cares, coral. PoaMat-
bathlnr. nhlnr. eye
BERMUDA
bathinr. r.tinr. eyrnnc, roir. s
by tb, I4,0OO-tan
OCEANA
Speediest, irandasl Uncr. Lowest rat,.
Baranada-Atianiic i.iaa. :w u way, i.
E R U II n A Hound Trip, tt.ttl and up.
.CnnVUI lly thcS.N.r'AK4.lIAN."
I itcket ny Arcauian ami iirrmunian aro
I 111 If fCtian blC,
THr KOTAt, 1IAI1. SilCAM rAf'Kl.T IO.
j ui Udiin nj , ti n ixt m.i a ii iii nn ,, ng
mond A Whltcomb. KS fifth Ave.. N. Y
tlr any Hleamshlp Ticket Acrnt.
SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN LINE
NORWAY. SWKDF.N AND DENMARK.
A. E. Jahaaaa 'o.. Aaaata. 1 Ilraadwar.
Fall River Line!
U, Pi.r It. N. R..Nt Yoik.dlilv ,1 10 P.M.
Ilia. COMMONWEALTH aid PROVIDENCE.
Crcbtitr on ch.
iSt-.W LONDON (Norwich) Lino via
New- London. Lv. Pier 40, N. It , ft. Clarkson St .
week day. Soo P. it.; Tier 70. 11. It., ft 11,
St.. fi ao P. it. Str,. CITY OF LOWLLL and
MAINE.
NFAV HAVKN LINE i.v.
P. U. week day, only. Sir.
Pier 2H. P.. It ,2:43
H1CHAIU) I'kcK
Ticket,, Ac. at 171 Ilroadway,
OSIce and Pier.
Tranifer Tourist
LIHESBy-'BOATRAIlJ
FrovideoceDirect,$i,50 1 Worcester, S3.40
Dally, Incladlna Monday, a:no P. M.
From Pier 1. fast ltlver.
New Manaaemenl. Improxed Service.
City Ticket Ofllce. 30O Droadway, N, Y.
BOSTON
Via Provhlence. atl.nn
Dally Inc uillnz Sunday.
x oioniai nar, i-ier ;itl, .-. 11., ;.tll r. 31
(iolni? to Atbanv nrTrov? Take tl.e 1 1 rtyi'v
" ... ...l.;..'.Ml..'..'" '
i-i.ir. or inc i-i.eii-i.r. a i.iai; sicatiiti-
Punt.
Spring OKI).
TOl'Rb.
All About
BERMUDA
our iiiutratc-.i iirrmuda Fouler "lr" I
II rontxln large map, Knlllm of all st?amer, I
II r',"", '"rr- hoti-li and hoariliiiz I
Our Illustrated Iirrmuda Folder
house and other lotercstlu-r Information.
Sent free on application in I i till. I.. 11 alts.
let, A'-iit.iicriiitiilj Meant slitn Lines.
Ttrsi ntriiein sii,, .-xet' vri. i it.
aWMBaKaFaffTPV
BERMUDA TOURS
a'Jll.lMl and in
FRANK TOURIST CO.
Frank, In into :111s iiro.niwsv, Ni-h lorl.
1
i r.
way1 !Sl
CLARK'S1
-M Day Tour al MM. Nuple.
lo (Harrow, leaves pr t-s
Pav Tour on May II al vsisi Dili
TOUKS
as mm, "ine ami .1 11, . 1111 pin
ins ,Mi:ini ape ittis.i.i. .inne f
rtii up: (ime iti'ic, n v
EUROPE
I
Llm.resl nvrtn
1 owe. 1
1a,,,w, a nteamtnip iwseia 10.- an
iBMfaallaaal klea.-ilac tat 4. atll a.b
steamshl iwkau
lo.- all
THE WEATHER FORECAST
WASHINGTON PREDICTIONS FOR
TO-DAY AND TO-MOrtHOW.
For coalrrn New York, probably fair
to-day cooler tn ritrcme southern parti
fnlr to-morrow, with rising temperature I
niot'eriito to brisk northwesterly wind.
I 'or New Jer'ey, fair and cooler to day; to.
tnnrnnv fair: moderate tn brlle wexterly winds.
I'nr norlhcrn New Cnielani, fair to-day: to.
morrow fnlr, 'villi ilMnc temneraiurei modcrais
vveil and norlliwet l".d.
I'nr iiilhern New Tntland. fair to day and
to morrow, with rllnir temperature;, moderata
to hHii vcest In nnrthneM vxlndi,
NIJW M)nis, April 10. There il a mod
erate nepreMlon etntral over northern Klchl
rum yrterdy, causing- rlourllneV In th
lake nglnna nnd rain or mow In TveMetn
New Vnrli. t.lcht to moderate rain fell. In
California, where the prfaure wna low, and,
lit mutliern Texna. Illsewhere the weather
vvh generally fjlr.
The preitr" vh hlaft over th outh
eaatern ituarter of tne country and tempera
tuna were hlRhi r In practically nil part of
lh country, except New ringland nnd Call,
fornl.i
The only freezlnr temperature were In
New Cnaland. New Vork. the northern lnk
reclona nnd n i.mall section In the Fouth
wet Krot occurred In llenrglx and Tenneie.
Ill thl city the day ua. fjlr and narmerj
vlnd. fresh to lit 11: eouthwert. averi!e hu
midity, M per rent ; lorometer. totreited to
read to aea levrl. r.t A. M.. 3ft.Hi .1 P. M
:3.S.
Tr.e terr.psrature In thl c'.'.y yesterd-.y. t r
corlel by the offlrlil thermomeler, l.v shown la
the amexel tabic-
tot?, ion ' r:
I) A. M. , ,) -1? !'. it . .01
1911.
41
41
12 M . la' 13"! tl r M . .('
3 I', M iV 4113 MI1 V
liwet temperxtur, -iv, at iv A. M
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
" MINIATl'ltn ALMANAC THIS 1.V.
Sun rle 6 MiSun t ?t .Tn Jtooa rlti, 3 :4
HIOII WATKR THIS 11 V,
Sandy Honk I 31 1'iiv .talafl 204Hell Uate.. .A
ArrlTed-TtnSDAV. April 0.
! Kronrrlm tvilhelm. I'remen. April 3.
S rt)ndam. ttott;r.latn. March 31.
h Hreslau. nrerr.en. March 2.
.Ssfifennla I'alcino, Mareh ii
S Kilcht Templar. Ilamhiirff, March 1.
s Maml, Anjlll.t. Anrll s.
e'arrlll". Colon. April 3
s llluerhf r I'nlon. April. I
S 1'rlo M7sib'V1, 1'nloi. xntt 2.
n I iittts, iiainaoo. .Marcii:.
ri Havana, llavatie. April f
Ms lto e,randr, lrnnxvck. April
Se'lt of s-t. Units. :-avarnali. April .
Ss lllln;els. Ilnsloil, April ,.
r-'s I'tlncess Anne-. Norfolk, April .
Ali!ll'i:i) OIT.
Ss Mauritania, at Liverpool from Nev York,
s Horliambeau. nt Havre from New t"U.
Ss Kroonland. nt ntvvtrp from New x.ork
Ss Kaler Ullhelin iter lirns-w-. nt tlrcmcti from
New Yotk.
Ssiismr II.. at e onennaien from ,wt vorh.
Ss l.aurrntlc. at Liverpool fron New York.
St. Vnlturno. at llnlteri.'am from Nevv Yor.
SAii.r.i nteiM roiiKioN pouts.
Ss Pnnronla. for New York from Palermo.
Ss Antona, for New York front tier.o.i.
OlTliOINC. .STKAMSHIPS.
Sail 1 1) day.
Mailt
Ye.vels
Sail.
in m A M
t2ti1 M
HO AM
12 01 XI
a to P M
I in P M
1 HIP M
3 00 P M
Irtixt A !!
12U) M
2 DO P M
11 hi A M
1201 M
31HP M
j tn P M
3l P M
il P M
50 00 A M
12 ex) M
e'luie.
Paronla. Llverimol ....
nwt A M
. 30 A M
t) m A M
ti .VI A M
m ex) P M
i-niianeipnia. ijv itoajra
r."rmii(iian, iiermuoa.
Almlrante. Mncston.
Santa Rosalia Monttvl leo
iriHttio:. t nanMon. ...
Sabine, elalveston . . .
Hamilton. Norfolk. ..
Sail To morrow.
La Provenre. Havre 7 on X M
llaltlc. Liverpool. . in Ml AM
Amcrlka. llamlnirtt. . 10SOAM
Orenn. tk-rrmda. ... asOAM
Lsperana. I!avat,n omAM
eiiiva:, Pemambuco isexiM
Altai. Haytl. . imMI
Alirotl. ITIstobal. 12 S9 I'M
frilled states. fon.-nhaen. . .
l'rlns. I'r. Wm.. Dremen
Carpalhla. Trieste. .
C amrancllo. Holterdam
Perm. Lilian.
Itli, ciraM-le. nrt-nsnli k . .. .
i ro P M
3H)P M
3 (.) P M
12 in M
1 1 l P M
:t at P M
.. exi P M
12 0H M
1 (.1 P M
3 in P M
e'liv of S. Iiuls. savannah. . . .
Prlnie .vnne. .MirtoiK
Sail l'rlri.iy. April 12.
Maracis. firena la id no A M
Lord Sefto-i. Pernatnbuco 11 m A M
Afrit an Prince, Wo Janeiro 12 00 M
Pi avail. Para l2f).M
Matanas. Tamplro.
Apache, Jacksonville
.lefTcrson, Norfolk .
iscoMiNti srr.MSHiPS.
Due To da.
Newton Hall .
Paula
Stephen .
Uiieen Amelle
Nafsovla
Mullen rut....
Deliver. .
San Marco. . .
Nt.eie
tllvini'li , , .
Mi-torlan. . .
Columbia , .. .
Prometheus.,.
AllM-rta . .
St Laurent. .
Orltlninmc
Trent . .
LI Oi-i Identc.
Apaihc.
I'c drli-
Pa'baros.a. .
'i-tiela
Santa Mart
I'rcolc
Vn aillau, . . .
I.ulslann
Huron
Hull.
March 22
March 2J
March 1
March 3d
March 31
March 30
pill0
April 0
ipnl J
prll.l
Mareh 31
Marctt )
March a
March 2.x
M.irrU2
Mar -h set
April:.
April 4
April 7
.Man h 2
Man h30
March)
April
prll
April u
Man h ;a
. April
Mareh 211
March 27
March 27
April.!
April 4
Xprtl
April
April il
April I
April 1
. . Silll"
. .. . Ila.bados
St. Liu la
llarbados
fall
tlaiv Ho ta
Hit D v Ice
Mo. ,if
So.nnatniitori
.. Liverpool
Alrlers .
Ilott-rilam
Mjli rs .
... HonL-VM-.x
Ho ien. .
K.nrstoii
. ... liaiiesluii
Jai-l-st'iivllli-Due
Tii-mnriovi.
Nnples..
.... Utt-iri n ,
... . Nnpl--s
Illnirsiou.
Ni-vv Oilcans
Ili-iniuda. ..
Naples .
Jackson We. .
Due Friday, April 12.
. Naplrs
. . Hamtiur.:
llumhuri:
Sa'i filordo. .
Itrllllaui.. ..
Sltlus
yieeii llueenle..
Moiroiastlc.
Zulu..
t low ii of Navarre
1 I sic!"
I Itv of Atlanta..
Lampasas.
St. Lucia.
Vera I'rvir
I a liuayrn
'I nrildad
ti.-ilveston
savannah
llr.lv cstiin
lly Mnrronl Wlrrlraa.
s:. i-eHrte. for New York, vva 811 mile, eat of
Sandy Hook l I2x1 A. M. rj.terday.
Sau filort'lo. for New s,orl., was 70) mile,
east of SandV Hook at 637 A. M.
lJmplc, tor .ir iuihi oi .,ni
of Nantucket at a P. M.
Mnvrmcnta of Naval Veaaela.
XVASHINUTON. April 0. The cunboat Marble
head bas arrived at Mare Island: tho cruiser,
California, Colorado and South Dakota at Olon
lapo, the tug Osceola at Key West, and the gun
boat Petrel at Mobile.
The e-rulser Wasldnirtoa bas alld from IUn,
Ion for Poit Antonio; the tug Olaiier from San
I'rnaclsco for Honolulu: the destroyer Uoldt
borough from Urenv-rton for San Francisco, the
gunboat Vlcksburz from I'unta Arenas. CoU
Rica, for Panama, and the destroyers Heed,
Fiusser. Lanson, Prcstou and Smith fron Peusa-e-oU
for Key West. '
Army
and N'nvy tlrdcra.
April?). These army order, wera
WAanisoTo.v.
Ixsue 1 lo-day;
i-apt. Samuel MrP. Rutherford, eomm ssary.
from Chicago to Fort l.eavenwonh. relleitng
ent. tleiri:" H. Fste.
,e.l. 1 .inih.i 1 vv Jordan. Jr.. commlsiary.
1 fr.im Chlcaso to I ort U. A. UUssei.. vvo
.mi-hicacn t.i Fort D. A, Hussell. Vyo , rellev-
if iinnps
' 11 Hughes.
"ta'iir William 11. llorlon. quartermaster, from
ti.c of ojartermaster-eieneral to Governors
lend, relieving ('apt. Frank H. Uurton. who will
r .reed to Postoii.
sot Percy M. Cochran, ouartermaster. rrom
ierx'l Hospital, Hot Springs, Atk.. to fort
Cain. Archie Miller. Sixth Cavalry, to Fori
''can't'. W. McK Lambdln. Fourth Field Artillery.
'ftr-TAva'ter s. Schuyler ,0 .For; Hilar
and command of Department of California.
These navy outers vvrre Issued:
Lieut. K. (I. ras'.lcman, to treatment Naral
Hospital, W.ishlnrt"t.
from the Ohio to leave, three
I.nsimt J. It.t nrh
pt.int'i.
I
J
CHINESE RED CROSS WORK.
folrallula Will rii-nd lrlealn to World
Cuiiir retire.
W vsiiismnv, pril 0 The Clilneri lleil
citi pill p-ialilieii u inoinliMit by i-.llne
11 iIi'IckiiIk In llu' 11 in Ii ini -i tmt tout, 1 llnl
I 111. 4 mii'i'ti'lli e In U lii'lil ill Ynsiiigtoii
vi ,1 7 1.1 1; Hie Vinoii'-.in lieil 'ni,- rr--,
. ..iilotiiat.i in t 1; 1 mm iii" I'n!
.1.11 11 I Iih I III I ! mil ' H--.S.H .,mu. .,..
ui. 1 iitinmini in J ii"i' 1 1
...,t..r.i W ntii-. t-nrn.
i.ae. 1 mi-sHniiT in 1 iiiu-
Ave. ,,-loiled a a delegate
if ( Iiiiicao iMliieiitlim, naa
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