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FLEET DRESSES SHIP IN
Jtaln Squalls and Heavy Fog
Fall to Dampen Ardor of Bljf
Yacht Cruise.
SQUMtOX BLAZE OF LIGHT
Luncheons and Dinners Serve to
While Away Day of Rest for
Amateur Skippers.
Nehtort. n. I,i Aug. 11. The racing
,uhtsmen nn the New York Yacht Club
i'uisc i-rent Hie day visiting and enter
lalninc At culors every yacht In the
fleet and there were 125 which reported
tn Khct Calf, riummer dressed ship.
The b'.iuty of the picture was marred all
tic me nine ty heavy rain squalls, which
made unties uncomfortable. The fog was
ih k that the csse-ls anchored well
nut tn th" harbor were screened from
thn.- on slime.
.srui: the nevr arrivals In the fleet
, e the iltiiita, owned by Mrs. K. H.
1 in man the steamer Wanderer, owned
i ll i' Ta lor : tlie auxiliary Alcyone,
, in'd hv II. W Putnam, Jr.; the Cynthia
, on'nc.l by Merrill U. Mills: the
.! tt, rmncil by William A. Dradtord,
'inl t'i -te.itnor .M:uKniet, chartered by
M II Itulmond.
( immiMloie ('. l.fdyard Blair and some
inrmli rs of staff lunched on board the
H am at lit Naruila with Henry Walters V
and tli, eenltiB Commodore lllalr enter- P.
t.. ,i Kit purty at dinner on the
flat ' p Plana. The ;arty at this din
i . u.is i-omi'osed of the club officers,
l,, mer t'.iK otllrcrs who are with the fleet
kmI ofTIi eta of otlter larfio yacht
i j They were VIcc-Conimodore Dal
las I! 1'iatt, Hear Commodore George F.
Jt k. i .1 Hfrretniy George A. Cormack,
run Mirceon George A. Dixon, M. D.,
lu.t (V,,taln Franklin A. l'lummer, for
tr.ir (.'uniiiiodorf Klbrldse T. Gerry, for
tr.ti oniiniodoie J. Plerpont Morgan,
f irni'r I'omtnotlore Arthur Curtlss James,
four.'''' Hear Cotnntodoro Hoyal Phelps
i'.ii ell. fotnicr VIce-Commodoro V. Uut
lci imncan, former Vice-Commodore
August Helmont, former Vice-Commodore
Henry Walters. Commodore Robert Treat
t'alr.e 2d of the Eastern Yacht Club, Com.
trcdore Leonard Hlchards of the Larch
ir.er.t Yacht Club nnd Commodore E. Wal
ter I'lark of the Corinthian Yacht Club
nt Philadelphia, l'oimcr Commodore
Var.dirbilt was unable to accept the In
itiation, us he has left to Join the mili
tary mati'cuvrcs, but his yacht will cori
tinii" to race. Former Commodore Cass
Ledjatd Is In Europe.
In tho evening the fleet Illuminate.
Esery jacht burned the night signal of
ti, i luti. On the larger yachts lanterns
acre strung In the rigging and on the
sttaimrs and auxiliaries strings of col-
ed eleitrlc lights marked the outline of
the hull, the spars and smokestack,
.-ear' WJshts played everywhere.
Early In the morning Morton F. Plant,
Har.dd S. Vanderbllt. O. M. Pynchon and
H. tf. Puell, owners lespeciively of the
I. ltne. Vagrant. Istalena and Howdy,
re Imlted to the flagship, where Rear
I'enmodore ilaker presented the Rear
I'omniodore's cup. which has been won In
tin laces from New London to this port.
Three snuadron runs have been sailed.
(in each day tho wind has been fresh
jutli to south-southeast and very fast
'.tr. has been made. The total distance
dtl-l has been US miles and of this all
rept 4.5 miles was reaching. The 4.5
mlK was windward work and the
, twiner Elena has made a grand aver
a ... ,.t i iimIo ,oltnp ihun 1:2 naiitlrnl
m is hii hour ror tne enure instance.
The racing In each class has been re
marl-ably Hose and In most Instances
the prizes have been fairly well distrib
uted In the big schooner class the
dat'sed times for the three new yachts
h.h'.v how closely they are matched and
tow well they were sailed. The Elena,
has sailed tho 118 miles lr) 9 hours It mln
un 39 seconds, the Enetiantresa In 9
hours S minutes 4 seconds, and the Iro-
I. ta In D horns -8 minutes 65 seconds.
Th l'clita receives an allowance and U
thl l taken Into consideration her time
l- it hours 22 minutes 45 seconds.
In the r.idns for the 5 footers the
Italn.i, through her victory on Satur
day tut made the best time, but the
marrin of difference Is very close. The
total rlapsrri time for these three yachU
(s. Istal, na 10 hours 66 minutes 68 sap
ind. Auiora 10 hours 67 minutes 46 sec
er.d.i mid Winsome 11 hourf 1 minute 8
Kcond?
In th foot class the racing Is even
mor! Ktnarkahle. The Avenger has
I eaten the Jhlmna Just one second, their
tirr.f's Must, Asencer 11 hours 41 minutes
:t ("comU, Slilmna 11 hours 48 mlnutef
IS SO'nlld'
Th m'M'r.g of the Mcdora and Dorelto
II. m anticipated with much Interest
because thtsu two yachts wtse built
from dirt-run designs. They sum sim
ilar In modi I, except that the Dorsllo II.
! a little fullor in the bilges. Bach Is
"il handlid, tho Mcdora, by Harry John
ion ami James D. 8. Parkman, two of
th best on tho Hound, and tho Dorgllo
II hy (i'orKe L. Uatchelder and her de
lr.r r, d-orgH Owen, . two of the best
from thf other Hide of Cape Cod. The
(lrft day th" Uonllo won, but then Me
dora badly liandlcapped and bothered
by rafslnc jachts.
Th" k ond day Medma won handily
and the thltd day Medora won again and
dtmotistraterl that In a fresh wind when
turning to windward shs Is much superior
to thi Hnsum saeht. Tho total times for
tin. yarht for the 118 miles are
Mid'ir.i is hours U minutes 37 seconds,
I'orrello 12 bouts 20 mlnutea 9 seconds.
TMk elas i mowing In popularity, these
'o laditu I.elnK regarded as the Ideal
U fr i;(eing yachts to bo handled by
ainatmr", and there Is a likelihood of four
m ire l,rin built for next season's racing.
The niti to-morrow will be to Vlne
'ird Ha ni The vachts will start from
llrrnton Kcf light vecxel, pass south of
"i" Miiejard .Sound light vessel ana men
ulllr.i thrnuKli tlm Hound will anchor In
the ll.uen, u iualnt port frequented by
loamip.
At Vlneiaril Haven. If the souadron ar-
rhei early enough, there ara to be soma
rowlnk' races. evaral errtateurs In the
()uarfron have developed some lively
rivalry ar.d are proud of their ability to
an nar in a fiB 0r cuttsr.
DIONNE SCORES TOR CUP.
Defr.t, i,v4i,niid and Now lias Trra
'g on Wood mere Tenals Trophy.
A. I, uionne advanced one stag mora
in liU effort to win the Woodmere singles
""f' mitrlKht by scoring bla aacond leg
Mtenl.iy on the tennis ooiirta of tba Wood
'i.ero nwntrr club, Woodmsra, L. I. In the
8ft.il lie il(.(.,,te( Arthur M. I.ovlbond of the
Mamity.n range Club In five sets. S-,
'i liioniK. .inriud hU oourt. covering
ffoijiii ni,.H t th ntmoHt ana had toyl
ff'1"! nil at ea in tho fourth set. Tho decld
ii'tr i w.n iirttd fought, hut Dlonne'a tteadl
nV"' rewarded hi the end. ... ,
. ii'dni.i niiMiting lilimno in the final Iiovl
Md diMiowd of Dr. William llosenbaum,
lp . in of the doubles aenil
Jif1" l 's ItothHchlld and la Leventfltt
J'"atei laniard lieekmsn and A. I.,
Winner, 9, 4, g 3.
Vnehl for llarnla Vanderbllt.
nimr.T, I, Aug. 11. -Harold 8.
t, lio iihih Hie schooner Vu
t,'rnni .M H 1. 1 1 ..1r1.1l In-iilsrht. plaitil
""' r tii MiTrvvhiiff lor a new ncliooner
Ii llii.. inclit lll be about
"' Inn,; mid hIio will sail suiiIiikI
I IoviI'k rilnrenn. The rivalry
n tun yai'hUmen began lo
Inn the Vat mil' woh the Her
li.ih Mr. Lloyd bad an vntrv.
I'k nri
I le.
r.
SPIRITED SPEEDWAY BRUSHES, '
Vonr Heats Necessary to Ileelde Wla-
tier In Class A A Trot.
Twenty-two heats were witnessed yes
terday In the midsummer brushing on
the Harlem Speedway. The majority of
tho events went In straight heall, but In
the two fast classes for pacers and trot
ters the raring was unusually keen and
the class A A trot went to four heats and
the elans AA pace required three heats
for a decision.
Four horses made up the field tn the
AA'trot and three of them annexed heats.
C. G. Bchmldt's Trlxle H. took the Initial
brush and came back In the fourth and
won the heat and race.
Tho class AA pace was also productive
of some keen competition and showed
James Kennedy driving his steady roan
gelding Dick Welsh to victory over the
champion marc Clover Patch, owned by
J. V. Hunt, but driven by Frank Rellly.
The last heat of this race was a nip
and tuck battle between rinvot- n.th
and the roan gelding which appeared very
..iwyu imp a acaa neat, nut tne Judges
decided In favor of Dick Wetsh.
The summaries:
Colt rfua ol.di
Ef'Vf' !? C? ,J- fisllowayt
Glad Lsdy, b. f. (J. Kuhlmani.. .
... 1 l
....t.
....2 3
....8
, lime i3j, tail.
The Trip. b. s. (I.. Smith)
h. ' ALV llnn.i
r.rrisior. o. g. in, Heher)
CUisU.trotUnr :"
Frecdonisneld. i. c. W. Holgg) .
Addy. c. if. C. Cramer) . . ." ., .
. Tlme-1:li, 1:17.
Class D, pacing.
Hayworth. bin. m. iwv O'KeJii,.,
Helen Kord, b. m. (K'aranei... .
Time tUJJi, l;lo'4.
...1
...8
mm lime uao. i:bru.
Trlxle H. b. m. (C. 0. Schmidt! ...
.12 8
..8 4 1
...4 t a
nipprw-i, or. f. tf. J . rendu ..
Pl-omlftf. h. m. IV.. II. R.n(..i
Startle, b. r. tC. .Shormakerl ' '
s
r-i. - , Time l-OB, l.-oa. IrOSK. llj.
Clsss AA, paclni;:
Dirk UVIih m ,-i k,...4-
s
4 ro
Clover Patch. r. m. iF.helUyi . .'
tieorge PaUben, ch, r. IT. Hsrper)..
i i
:
8 3
4 4
iime-i-os, l.uftJi, t:w.
Korrect ttiape, b.s. (It. Clark)
Kid Kellv. h .. (A. Miill.av,
..4 1 1
.1 r :i
,2:2
.,334
3 4ft
ill'!", lVre' J?r- C HlAwatschl
Mldnlcht Direct, br. m. (v. O'Neill',"
, i nut- i JW i, l lXt.
Class B. trotting:
Lawaoa IBilon. b. m. is. CnlH.mlo.1
O. C. br. g. (E. O. Ileiuen) . . .
... Time 1:11, .-o.
Clsas C, pacing:
ttarrv r... Vi m ,n All.,
The itube. br. g. tj. Shannon)
Triphammer, b.f. (N. Orunifeideri
lime lros, i:ii.
COVERS 69 MILES JS AN HOUR.
Only Stop of Wl-aaer Wray Was lo
neplenUk Oil Snpply.
Before a crowd that filled every seat
and overflowed Into the Infield In the
magnificent stadium motordrome at
Brighton Beach last night Billy Wray of
Brooklyn won the one hour race from a
good field, covering sixty-nine miles and
one-half lap. Johnny Albright of Denver
rodo Into second place, with aixty-soven
miles two nnd a half laps to his credit.
Georgo I-ochnar of Syracuse was third
with sixty-five miles one lap to his credit.
Wray rode an excellent race every Inch of
the way, his only stop being foe oil after
forty-five mtnutes. Albright gave him a
hard fight, but his machine -was not equal
to the task.
Wray did not figure In the race tutu
after the half hour had been run. but
his steady work placed him In a good
position.
Chappie, who started with sensational
speed. WentTout at the m of five min
utes on account of fouled spark plugs.
The vstran reentered the race after two
miles layoff, but after two laps of hard
riding was forced to drop out again on
account of his motor heating. For a
third time ba resumed tho battle, but
motor trouble took him off finally and
hopelessly at the end of thirty minutes
or riding.
Johnny Constant of Brooklyn captured
the three mile amateur curtain raiser
from Jimmy French and Harry Wray of
Brooklyn tn straight heats In 2:09 1-i
and 2:25 2-5. Wray took a bad fall at
the end of the second mile tn the first
heat and was out ot the second heat.
Constant romped In a taxy winner both
times.
The five mile open professional went
to Wray In 3.48 from Lochner, Mercler
and Shields.
filrl Swims San sTfmnelsco Bay.
San Fbamcjsco, Aug. 11. Miss Nellie
Schmidt of Alameda swam across Kan
Kranclseo Bay to-day In the good time
of 3 hours and 4 minutes. Tho dis
tance as the crow flies la three and a half
miles, but she covered fully flvo and a
half miles because of the slgxagj course
made neroasary by the strong tide. Ehe
entered the water at Vallejo street wharf
and swam across the bay, being carried
far below the Southern Pacific wharf at
Alameda. Then she swam north until
sha landed at the Oakland Mote. At no
time did she suffer from fatigue, although
at times the water was rough. For a part
of the distance ehe was accompanied by
Dr. r. H. Ruhl. Who swam across the bay
thirty years ago to-day.
Patklaaers Flu Hab Deep Mad.
onKTTA, Tenn., Aug. 11. After three
days of the hardest rains ever seen lo this
section of Tennessee ana especially nssr
Ijtwrenceburg. the red elay roads became
almost Impassable for trafle.but the Olldden
tour pathfinders In the Flanders electrlo
coupe cama through. The streams were
badly swollen oner mud hub deep, l he
day s work netted fifty -one mllesMlthlsbput
as many steep nuisauu uuh uroft. iuiud,
Abanaoa Flaa ( Aasalsjraaaate.
The proposition to amalgamate various
vacht clubs along New York and Newark
havx. Uavonne. has been given up because
of a lack 01 interest ny memurrs 01 iirai.
of the organizations, it naa oeen pro
posed to merge Into one club with head
quarters at tne Pavonla Yacht Club on
Newark Bay.
Peatseae Jasaalea Yacht Raees.
Jamaica. Bay yachtsmen postponed the
fourth of their ocean and beach channel
races yesterday. There has boen some
little trouble uyor the handicap system
employed onduntl It Is settled by the
Yaoht Racing Association of Jamaloa Hay
there will be no more races for the cup.
SAILING WITH THE BIO FLEET.
W. Buller Duneea will sail Iks Aurora
la the rafts this wek.
Alt th schooners In th big class esccel
the Bleoa are haadlsd by amstsurs.
John r. mvsjoy Is salllat e the Wsna
ant ft positive, that yaebt Is th failMl
choonsr out this ysr.
5. Burton Hart Is sailing, the Jerant
bsS b.n fairly, sucejssful The It
raters ars siwup m -" --...r -
Butltr Whltlsg 1 "JnaB",h SOl-itl
Mllsdl with (leorge W. eel t. but th.
Vagrant so far hss provsd too" fast for th
smart little sctioansr.
Th Ba Fs. flf skip ef Vlot-Oommodore
Ual
is 11.
I'rstt,
Is in nsr twsnir-rouriu
gh is ea of ta. test aspt ue yscms
IiT the fleet and can still salt very ftst.
Ths Oardner designed yawl I'hsatom la
In tin shaps and has bn sslilsf ry fast.
Hh will mafc tome troufal for Ih larger
craft In th Aslur cup rsee.
The Intrepid, owntd and sailed by I.loyd
PhoenU, Is run In man of war slyls. Ospt,
Phoenix hss Inspection every Sunday mora
lug snd every naval dttsll It strictly fol
lowed. Btuyvtiant Welnwrtght has repurehstsd
th II rater Utra Uia And has with bios
on board hit son and hit tret her. R. T.
Wtlnwrlght. Ctra Mia will race for the
Astor cup.
Th Muriel snd grlnrest sr slsttr thlpt.
Then two ysehts wr Isillt by WilUrc
l)uwny, wh al9 built th Mrleor. Atlsntle
and inaay uihtr fttl vtuili Mr. Duwnsy
Is with ih !.
Commodore Klhrldg T. florry It misted
this year. Ills vsiht Kltr has alwsy
tit. s 11 an allraotlon In tho Sot and has
bttD the eoininlttoe's ymhl In vry rare
for Ih Kins' cup. Th cup and the Site
irn went uut of oemmtsilon tlmoit at th
am Mint.
BILLY QUEAL SHOWS " lr 77 1
PLUCK IN FOOT RACE JjjUl
Cheered 5Iore Than A. E. Wood,
the Winner at. Vallsburg
Motordrome.
HASH A BREAKS A RECORD
Rides Six Miles in, 3 Minutes
50 2-5 Seconds on Four
Lap Track.
Hilly Queal, the American ten mile pro
fesilonal running champion, gave an ex
hibition of pluck at the Vaitnburg Motor
drome, Newark, yesterday that brought
him more applause than was accorded to
A. E. Wood, the victor In the first of the
big professional running races that are
tiO be introduced to vnrv tkn
of tho speod flights of the motor cyclists.
.Many old time athletes wore In the crowd
and one of tho oldest of those, Harry Fred
ericks, n companion of tho late ton Myers,
was selected as referee. Ills duties were
easy and tho old mile champion wan more
concerned after tho race with expressing
his wonder at the remarkable speed of tho
Toxas motor cycle riderl Eddli Haaha
than with the foot runner. Kasha gave
the motoring bugs something to wonder
at when ho utilized around the four lap
track for six miles in 3 minutes so '2-5 sec
ond, clipping nearly 15 seconds off the
record for tracks of that size.
There was great Interest In the meeting
of tho two peds. For the Aral Uiroe miles
the men ran in close company, the English
man, who captured the polo at tho start,
never giving his rival a chance to take the
position that insured a shorter route. Queal
ran on Wood's shoulder for all this dis
tance, hut In the fifteenth Up Wood tested
his rival's speed by spurting away. Quaal
caught him and hung on until half way
round the sixteenth lap, or about three
miles and a half. Thon he dropped to
tho ground In evident distress,
Wood had a load of lijo yards when Queal
struggled to his feet and went in' chase of
tho steady going Englishman. He plugged
along until tho twenty-seventh lap. which
marked the sixth mile. Than he stopped
again and Iryt another twenty yards in
addition to tho ground tlut Wood bad
gained with bin oven stride. Just before
the seventh mile Wood lapped Queal, but
the latter hung on and routed the crowd
to cheers by spurting away from the Eng
IlKhman on the thirty-iiccond lap. The ef
fort toid its tale and Quenl stopped again,
troubled with the stitch in hU side that
bothered him throughout. Wood spurted
in the thirty-fourth lap and picked up so
much advantage that a hen Queal van
forced to o walk turning Into the eighth mile
he was lapped again.
Everyone seemed to realise the pluck
that kept Queal on the track and there wsr
tremendous cheering when with twenty
yards more to the bad ho set sail for the
leader and picked him up. Queal though
two lar behind was rieterm inecr'fB lose no
more and entering the Ust mile he drew
away from Wood. The Englishman oon
caught him again and the men ran vhnulder
to shoulder until the lat lap. The crowd
was yelling then for Queal to beat hi man
out In the run home and 110 yards from the
fliiUh both men started In earnest for a
riiah to the, wire. . Wood had the Inside, but
the final dash along the stretch resulted
In favor of Queal by a foot. The Alexandria
Itay boy was all In, but the spectators
cheered huu as though he had actually
won the race.
Wood's time for thetdistance was SB min
utes 11 .1-5 seconds, but ' the track, .only
Hni&hed vestenlav. whn in rwinr rnnHlflnn
oulng to the earlv.morning shoxer. Queal
attributed his defeat to (overtraining and
U confident that be can whip the English
man when in condition.
The track management has offered a H0
cup for the ten miles championship to bo
won three times. The race will be an open
one and the European cracks are to be
invited to come oier. The latter cart of
Septtinlier there will bo a race over the
full marathon distance and a big effort
will lie madi; to put professional running
on a II rm basis.
After classes A and ft amnniv the nintnr.
cyclists had threshed out their dlfferenoeH
in races going three heats each with the
Texas inarc llabha winning all three
of the class A tilts and Johnnie King prov
ing the victor amonir the i I.ish k rlrtum the
snort finished with a six mile handicap
in whleh Kasha Hhowcd his real speed.
111a iMiu was stiiing in tne grand siaiut,
but burled her head in her hands as he lien
around the track at h MK-ed that seemed
to invite disaster. He had to concede one
lap to Hay Peek and two and a quarter
laps to the other starters, At a mile and a
half he had collared Carlson and half a
mile later pinked up Elickenstein and the two
Kings. He caught his lap on feck at three
miles anils mile later naaaeri all hut Peik fur
the second time. Half a mile from thcnnUb
n inane assurance uouoiy aura nv cashing
Heck for the second lime and finished au
easy winner in record time for the track,
The summaries:
Motor Cycling, cists B First hrat, two nines
Won by V. A. Kinr. Denver: J King, Nswart.
seeona: a rariron, rroviacnce, mira. Time, I
minute VI second
Second Heal, Thru Miles Won byJ. King : A.
iiiaun. .ouuQi r. ,1. ung. utiru. tune.
iaila-
Third Heat. Ml Miles Won kv J. Kliur- F. X.
Ring, terond. 1'. Writ, Newark, third. Time, 4
nwuics zi 4 .1 Acroon.
Motor Cycling, cism A All huu at two miles,
nrti nesi-won oy r:aai nasaa. Waco. Tsx.: Kay
Peck. l.os Angeles, M-cond I., rilrkensteln, Ihlra,
nine, t ramme .n j o rrnns.
. Second Heat Won by lltsha: Peek, second;
FUckrnbteln. third, 'lime, 1 minute 37 1 tttnoit.
Third llrnt- Uon bv ItAftliM' IWl. mrtnA
'FltektiiMrln. third. Time. I minute n 1 Ssreonds.
AUfiraiun I'Mrsun, nwreustann Kitniiosiion
n. varmon arieawa i.srm I'.caei. auiauce, 1 miiss.
Time, A nitaiites IS seconds.
.sis Mlle'llandtcap -Wnn by Eddie llsths,
sersteh: I.. 1'llckrnsieln, :.' laps, second; J. A
King, laps, third: Y. King. laps, fourth
Time. 3 minutes .Ml : .1 .second..
Ten Mile llunnlng Itace -A. K. Wood. England,
defeated lllllv Queal, America. Time, to mbiutcs
1113 SCCOQOS.
A Cool Sea Trip
to SAVANNAH
Ii ai delightful a vacation as you can
take, and one of the mott beneficial.
You'll fiad refrehin ocean bretaei ell
the way and Savannah to-day a ehsrav
ing place to visit.
R6UND TRIP FARE, $3100
Including metis and stateroom tccom
medatlont en palatial steamships tiullt
t.peclally for tomatrn traffic and wlui
every knowu device fur comfort ana
safely.
?l a ofsv new rlJuilrslt kM el eny
uurlil, SuomtMp or .Viie Y.rl Trimttr
offirt.
cipr VW ofriei: sst npiH vi.
It harf Otfrei rier as. Worth River
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ILIOK ItUNO. MIINT, IRIINMRT,
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MS P. W. Ratnrdtrt. last f U.
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THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST
Away From the
Dusty Town
As you pick out a com
fortable seat on the great
shaded decks of a Day Line
Steamer every one of your
five senses is satisfied.
Your ticket insures you a safe
and happy voyage out of and
away from the work and worry
of tng hot, dusty town.
The swift steamer provides
you with every first class ac
commodation of summer luxury,
treats you to delightful concerts
by an excellent orchestra, ex
hibits to you n continuous va
riety of beautiful pictures along
cither shore of the Hudson, and
finally, In atl too short a time,
lands you at "that haven where
you would be," happy, re
freshed and satisfied.
ALBANY IIAY I .INK STIlAUItrtS.
DAILY except Sunday, leave Dej
bros.es St.. S o A. M.: VV. 12(1 St., u
A, 14.: W. lnf! St.. 9M A. M.. lamllnit
at Vonkert; West Point, .N'ewburgh.
roughkecpile. Kuirslon 1'olnt. Catt
klll. Hudson ond Albany. Also Pes
brasses St.. to A. M.: W. 42d St.. 10
A. M.-. W. I3SU1 St.. 10.20 A. U.. for
Vonkcrs. West Point, Cornwall. Ne.
liursh and I'oughkcepsle. Direct rail
connections, kfusle. Krstauranl. ' All
through rati tickets between K.X and
Aiuuy acicptro.
Hudson River Day Line
Detbrostet Street 1'ler, . Y.
Steamer Mary Powell
.iiitniuuu
hml fnr Ust lntnt.
, irwDurgn. I'ausnKcciisic. ningoicu
and way landings leaves uesornsses
, St.. at IM V. M.; V. 2d St.. S I'. U.:
s W lth St.. 2.ai P. U. Dnlly except
'; Sunday. Ideal outing to Went Point,
l returning by Sir. "Albany," tl. ur by
rsll.ji.io. 10
Special Notice.
Steamers Itnsedale and tijlstitcr
ate NOT opeioted by this Company, and tickets
purchased at vi;.vr Uiiilt b'l.of
Itockaway and Cney !laed Steamboat l.tnc
are not good on Iron Steamboats.
LKAVR WKftT l'JSrll STHEKf.
00. :P. 10.30. 110 A, M.: 1:0. M. 2tt), 1AZ.
S JU, 4'IS. 5:15. S'30, 70. SKI H. M.
IJEAVE PIF.R IKKWI I. SlOKTII HIYF.R.
.t. 1030. 11:15 A. M : I2.IS. l:lt, ivn. 2:15.
4;U. Srti. ;). 7:15. S ti. B . Iv at.
LCAfE STt-:i'L.l'HA!rr: PARK.
10 M A. 14.: 1121. IM. 13S. J1D. 3A1. UM, 625
e:io. 7:10. 7x0. 2i. 2i. 10:40 p. m.
TrlB saarked ans not ao to 139th St.
lm.,nilTrlr.TILi 1'rom 120th St.. BO Cents.
Hound Trip Tickets J jrom Plcrl. N R..ttCents.
Fithlns Banks, Str. "Taurus"
l-irr 1. n n vou. ni u a. ai
rar Hack ni. Adults J Sr. (hlldren lie.
Saadsy 4 ItulWsu. Adultl.Allt blldreoSOs.
Rockaway Beach
Steamer "GRAND REPUBLIC"
I.v. Tankers. 8 5 A M :W.UBtbSt., g.10 A.U..
1:15 p. M.: Pier I, M. R.. 1030 A. M.. 2.15 P. 14..
Heckslway Brack. i:an. 5:ti l. u.
-rrsatitr to air. -urana lu-pnonc. '
tlesae trip rickets, SO cts.; tlnldren. IS ri.
FASCINATINQ SEI TRIPS.
BOSTON
All - the -Way-by-Water
MKTROJ'OI.ITAN NTI'AMHIIIP LINK
The 4,ral White Hieel Htramsblps
MAHMAtlll'NETIH Bl'.N'ka.H II II J.
l.e Iter 14 N.K.. fop Fulton SI.. Week nays
4 Surdays. 6 P. VI. Due Boston about s A. M
Fare U.
PORTLAND, Mo.
maim: SIKAMSIIIP MM
Mtel
Ntrassthtp North Land .North Ktar,
iave I'irr 10. 11. . ilmh rs? 1.. iuc.,
Thurt. 4 Sals at S P. II ; also Mondays 10 :)
A. M. A dellgbtful 72 hour trip. Hound
Trip rare iliiou.
EASTERN K TEA StSIIIP till I'OflAT ION
Kor CATSKILL. IK IJSON', COM)ACKIK and
way landings. Dlieci connection wtut Cauklil
liounuln ntllroads for CAIIIO. I'AlXNVILLi:,
JUS SUMMIT. MA1.M:S tAlAH. TA.N.CIUj
villi; ana
All Points
In the Cat-kill Mountains
Mtgnlnrcnl Steel Steamers "Clermont" ineu) and
"Ontenra" Iftve Iter 41. N It tl. Christopher St..
at 30 P. M.: Ynnkers. 1-30 1. U .. daily eieeot Sun
day. Saturday Special leave I'ter 43, S. It., I
p. M.j Yonurrs 1 tt. for Maiden, caiskin. all Cats
kill Ml. points. Hudson and Athens. Time tablet
Riving full Information mailed on request, or ean
sobtalurd tt all hotels and railway ticket offices
Phone 1OT7 Spring.
HUDSON KIVER
BY NIGHT
'lMU.UWIU.k.-l.i
'IMIMIMM. Jv. rA a Hat...
SKMllM, mm ila Wl 74 .
IHbIm SLmm! dmh Mil m..A
Ji4. Ilasle. T-rfhtlciut. .lioolni.
sssegsg iwsm. airs I.?. WM Hoatton
fitTaJO P. U., Wttt IWth Mi. st n
P. M. Ualir. Hwat Spn r.-t
CONEY ISL. &
ROCKAWAY
Sitamtri
UOMratAI.K
and
(tVI.VKSTKIl.
t .. w tin. I. ,
I.V. W. Jd Kl
I.v, Ilaltery
Lv. Coney iKlaiul..
mini a-iil SflO 'Ifl)
10.) ajo s )
) 7U tttl
1..SO
l.v uorHnwiiy U..SI .
,1 A B . ..a. nn. .a Iln.1..K.D n.All.
I2..'
SflO Bin
Ra'n tickets W.KSih SI. toCnoey Isl ai Kook'y.Mo.
Tu Conty Island from W. :Jd Ht. - llatury. 0c.
Lujj
j UK I (O.NoaiCAL WAV
htesmers Krtnk Jasct,
I Leave Tier 4a, N. IL. Spot ol W,
loth .St.. at 6:ii H. 11.; ft, lMtli Nt.
ni o r. ts. nauy,
nimrir. ntTV i.ikr
I Her 44, N. II. I'none Sprlw ML
Sieht-SsaiiiK Yachts
ARCrDViTinilrouiiil UanTTatttn Island. Dally,
VlelKTHIIURiiattftry iter. so. Ferry, losn.jati.
50 MILE OCEAN TRIP S1.00
VAIil'l IIAI. ON m Sumiy Hunk Lltlitstilp,
torts and UuarAiilliie, 1 i p ni. I'lmue llrua.l 3173.
SIGHT SEEING YACHT
AUDI Ml MAMIATTAN IMI.AM).
l-airs fool West Wit Ht. All rars transfer
to au a, m -j ..to i'. m om,ie tws u'wsy. rhon
list lireeley U rturer, Mprelal party rates.
I'AHI; too fAHH
RED RANK LINE noru ri.. aauy, us.
Huaday.lMa. m.,lMp. .: aattry,liUa.ni. J:il
p.m.: Huadara. I, Piiakllett,, lift, fctUa.sa.i Bst-
tsrv. t:at, iast.ni.. ror intnianss, na nana. cm.
Iloiind Islpsoj Tei. -"sn-t,ms st stl is-dlns
MaVRTFORD LINE
Frets New Mir JS. East Klyer. lot ef Peek Sll.
aaur tel ausoar
. ct a . U. tar Coaacetllkl
rurtr laastact.
Writ fer IllutUaud fiUil.
Hiarulila UDttdi. Kleaaak
Tswex lioos: iwwtIl . 4
(IE
nygTroy
aw ii aw sa
TaW
12, 1912.
To Boston
And New England Points
Fall River Lino iProvidenee Line
I.v, Pier It. N. tt.. foot Warren St . week days
and Sundays. tM P. M. S'satntrt COM.
MOSWEALTU and FHIStO-LA. Orches
tra on each.
$1.00 & $2.00 OuUtde Staterooms. Inside Staterooms have
Outside Ventilation and are Always Cool and Comfortable.
Other Long Island Sound Routes
niw aureus) uni
Direct route to New Bedford. Mass.. ud
summer resorts on nuttards Uay, Cape Cod
and Marthas Vineyard and Nenluokel. Strt.
U AINU and NICW IIAUI'SHIIIK. Lv. Plr4D.
N. It., foot of Houston St., wreU dayt only.
(I B0 1. U.
Rioaiteirr uni
Week dayt. Lv. 1'lcr 27, V. It., tt. Catharine
St.. MM A. U. and 3fl0 l. 11. Sst. 2 .Oil P. VI.
Lv. foot of Kast 22d St . :) P. M Sats. 3:M
I'. M. sundnys r.:.vi p. u. Htrs. uiliuur.
I'OItT and NAUUATL'cK.
Ilrkcts, Staterooms and Information at 4:tr Ticket OIBce, 191 Broadway, n
Corttanrit Street I also a.t S, Y, Transfer Offices. Tourist OSces, and at Pltrs.
SPLENDID STEAMERS SPLENDID SERVICE
THE NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP CO.
VIA BOAT AND TROLLEY $2.25
PRGVIDEKCE DIRECT, $1.50 WtlCSTEI. S2.4I-FAU lliEU $1.75
Steal Stcunktalps (iMMtCIA and TKNNKstMEK
ralli. flnndayt Included, froas Pier l,KastHftT. OsaF. fj.' Improved HerTloi
V, I.ITH FOII 1LI.U3TP.ATKU SUMUKR POLDEa letopaoo mo Btekuuu
Ticket OSice. tW Urnadway; Uplewn Offloe. Broaslwair and Sid St, .V V
(itniral OltUes. Plera ! and ao. Eatt Hirer. Ntv terg,
th Hartford aad New York Iraataertattea Cotaiiaar.
CUNARD
Th Fattest Staamors In tha World
Mauretania
L
usitania Sept. 18, 1 A. M.
CAMPANIA CAR0NIA CARMANIA
Aug 14. A M. Sopt.25 Aug. iM 10 A. M. Oct. 10 Sept. 7, 10 A. M.
iiopt. 4, 1 A. M. Spt 21, 10 A. M. Nov. 16 Oct. 5, 10 A. M.
LIVERPOOL, LONDON PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
U giil'KNS'lO.N AM) HriHiAHI.
Mauretania and Luiit&nic do not stop st Qvwerwtown east-bound.
New York -Mtdlterranean- Adriatic Service
Calling at Madeira, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples, Triegto, Fiuino
Write fur Itlnarary. HtUlnr hour umu.
1VERN1A CARPATHIA SAXONIA PANN0NIA
Aug. 32 a SDt. 6 Sspt. 19 ab Sept. 26
Oct. 10 a Oct. at
a Omits Madam. 1 Omit3 Genoa, quotations airmailed for nny Tours.
WINTER CRUISES RIVIERA. ITALY, EGYPT
NOVEMBER TO MAKCH
Round the World Trips $513. Special
Japan, Manila, Australia, ftew .caiano, ooucd Aincs C boutrt Arurica.
Pir.K-S fllOT W. I4tk NT.. NOBTH RIVER. Ogflt t. 34 STATK NT., Of. BA1TFKY.
NOR
TH GERMAN LLOYD
SliMMEM SAILIN69
LONDON-PARIS-BREMEN
SAILINGS AT
Berlin .... Aug.
Kronprinz Wilhetm . . Aug.
Prinz Frictlricb- Wilhclm Aug.
Kaiser Wilhelm II . . Aug.
KaiscrWilhelm der Grossc Sept.
George Washington . . Sept.
Kronprinzessin Cecilie . Sept.
TWIN SCREW PAMEN6E SERVICE
I'rltHrlcti der llrotte Ave, IS "t. I
Rreniea Ana. ni
lirostw KarfutTtt Kept. IS Oct, IT
bntalfln Lulie .Nept. an
The Mediterranean
Kneale Albert .
Trlnress Irrn.
Berlin
OELRICHS CO.. Gen. Aits., C
jlNTERHATIOKAL
THE LARGEST STEAMER IN THE WORLD
& OLYMPIC
NEARBY SAIUNQS
cui.Tir
NKW VttHK ...
MIKNKTONKA
.AI'CI. 15. 13 N4IUN
Al ii, it, trtaw A, ia.
AtO. 11, lo A
Amtrican r;',r9SaA.Nii.lk
rymetrtb-Charkaurstoutnamsta
New Voik.,,,
Ht. Paul. .
..Auc. nipiillsdelphla,
Am. MiSI, Uiuls.,
Aui, 31
Sept. 7
Atlantic Transport
New Yerk-Lenaen Direct Plrr SM, N.R.
Ulnnetnk Auf.l7.l01i).tM Ulnnehsht.Auf. II
Hinnrspgiis.rtua.4.,e.ju .isiistiniicwisht.atfpi..
PAIIHKKCiKM OKfASTMRNT.
iU ST RO-AMERICAN LINE
I 1. 1 1 1 1 'I 1.' I J 1 1 V V .i" V Kl A sis I . I' l .
H M.IUiHIIIU.V.AN llHIlli
la
IS MXTIfrltN IKAI'K
Itetween N'tw nk A ALOIKltS. ITALY.
UIIKRCK, AlthTIIIA. MAHTH
it WASttmu
1 IX) N.
Ante. SI. lrl. I. KAIItKIt ritANit JOSEPH I.
, ,ut-ni. ari,. i, ,w, uny ill, hihhiipii
ri nni noasinct to Adriatic. lAvani a Far
I wilw uhos- co., . a.. 17 u,urr pi..
Dally eicept Suadaya L. Tier IS. N. ft..
foot of Murray St.. ts P.M. Sirs.
PSOYIDENCXaDdPLYaOt'TB. Orches
tra on each.
I NKW twNON iHORWtCHi UHt
Direct routs New London. Watch Hilt,
Dlook lilted aad Narrsgaatett Pier. I.v.
Pier 43, N. II.. foot Houston gl , week dayt.
5-00 P. tl. Pier 70, E. H , foot E. 72(1 St.. M
V. M. Sirs. CITY OF
LOWELL aaaCHKSTKH
W. CHAP1N.
NIW HAVKN LINK
(North. Lv. Pier J.s, E. n., ft. Catharine St..
i;veckdavs2:4;p II.. HundayttSa'A. M. Lv.
1 Ksst 22d St., week ilsys, soo p. M. Sundays
iuia a. js. air. miuiiahu ri;uE.
Auf.21,lA.M. Oct. 2
Sept. 11. 1A.M. Oct. 23
Oct. 9
Nov. 6
ab Not. 16, noon
through rat to Egypt, India, China,
10 A. M.
17
20
24
27
3
5
10
Sept. 1 7 Oct.
Sept. 21 Oct.
Sept. 24 Oct.
ISNov.12
19 Nav.2
22
Oct.
Oct.
I Oct. 2)Nav.26
3 Oct. 31 Nov. 30
...... f Spl.
...ant. t
..set. a
Bread way. Nw York
U AHfi: m
FROM NEW YORK
VINL.
UANI,
BBTIli.
auc.
, i:. 10 A, M.
AISH
AOo. !
3S, 111 NOOK
Al O. 14, l NOU:
Rd Star
Pier l N. R
O A. M.
Lew Sea, via everA)twarl
Finland Au. 17 Ureoalaad Auc. ill
Zcclaml .. Au. J4 1 Lapland, , Sepl,7
White Star '..
rwMkh-ChereiiurB-Seykhaiitpteii
Olrrnulo (new).Auj. 17. mxal)ccantc.. Auc. 31
Majesnc Auc. S4. noouiOli mplo (new) Sept 7
Maw Verh-QueeMstesm-LhrsraMl
Celtic Auc. II. Boopitialtle... , Am. M
Adriatic. . Auc. n. uoonu.sdrlo.. Mini, i
BROADWAY, NEW YORK
OLP DOMINION LINI
DAILY a kit Y II K.
Far rild l'rfnt Ceaitari. r.'urfclk. iv.f.umetilli.
'V.tirwaaaw. Tre WisMfc. .
9
Start Yur Vacation Right by Tatting tin
Palatial Steamers of
People's and Citizens7
Lines to Albany & Troy
one Uay, i. Hound Trip, iiSO.
lAllllY KVKNINA.
Leaving Pier 32. N. II. (foot of Canal SO. A
P. M. People's Line calling at West HSUi St.
at S.4S I'. M : Cltlren's lint calling at Yonker
at 7 P. it., Poughkecp.lc at II P. M. Nteamer
('. W. UOHSi: leaves New York on odd daws.
ADIIIONUACK on even titles. Sunday Day Hoat
leaves at 8.43 A. U.i West Itfd St. 0.14 A. a!,
sperlsl excursion to I'oughkeepiiln aud return
Sundays, 11.00. . .
I'sssage and stateroom tlektts delivered by
special messenger. 10-HMc family Books, il.
(it. 60 per trip).
III USON NAVHiATlON COMI'AMT.
Pltr 33. N. It. 'l'lioue sprang Moo.
"U ri'BLfti OK I-LKAllgfa"
TAKK
00L0NIAL LINE
To BOSTON, PIIOVIDCMC- and New
naianatiasBBBtr k sorts.
OSTOH . .
$2.65
$1.75
52.66
PROVIDENCE
WORCESTER,
FALL RIVER
niregt.
tlnst
and Rail.
$2.00
trlrif.rlao orTlee. natatlSl Stesmeri el-
rellent cuisine, clean, comforttble staterooms
(all outside rooms).
I.rate Week Days and flnndayt at KtSO
P. St., from rier 30, N. It., foot West
uouiton ni.
'Pbones. Jnrtnff S4S1 and UV.
fptoirn Office tlrosdwsy and ?M fit.
Vacations
on the Ocean
uorld. irllli direct rnnuectlous lo all
fan.ous revortb of the outhiresl end
I'aclUc Cnat
S lo 21 DAYS
Attisctlve vacation voyages at S3)
In tlb. Including meals and accom
modations on steamers lion't de
cldc be fine visiting
4L1UL- LINE MALI.ORr l.M'.
Tdlllt BI'IIF.AUS:
500 Urnadway, lor. Ilesde St.
So. Ilrnadujy. eor 23d St.
Tiers M & 45. Nurlh lllicr, New York
M
Sec Foreign
Mmerica
Fir;
Berth and MeaU Include- (FintCbta)
To Halifax. Nova Scotia and St.
John's, Mewroundland, via
RED CROSS LINE
Yeu cinocAspvwd mot eVIIfhtrul tH Hte rtMlnr
asamf tl3n than tirUkfnx tit I jriftil ctji to
nrt Lotln rruch lfi Tlf1 ipltprlid. new. Ur
tourist MnihiV ".tfphsnct" &61 !- J4rtl. offer
very mocVetn rqutpment (or uiy aaJ cotrlort. IS a
hotel bilis. 1 ft.i it4T rnme lf.p. 7 fUVI IE i
! in port. hpltodiJ cuuiM. Otrr.Miri.
Std t HiHtttti Ctttp 49
B0WRING COMPANY. IT titttryPUct, !:.w Tark
LONDON PARIS-HAMBURG
AMKItlkt. Aug. lA.tl H.
itl"i:.)I.VAS,Ia. Aug. 17. 12nu't'i
I l'l.t'lATI Aug, 32. I I', st
I KAIS'.N At'ti. It? Alic 3tl. II A M
' UlAmburi; Direct. Seconil t'sbln nnl.
Gibr altar.Naples, Genoa
S. S. M0LTKE, Aug. 20, 1 1 A. M.
S. S. MOl.TKt; (ictober J, t r. M
Tourlt tient. tor I rip i.ierywnere.
I1AMI11 It(i-AS
t'A. mm:, is ir-. x. v,
Summar Tours
is the title nf our lllmtraleil huoiilet tint l.sueil,
deverlhlnc a variety nf delightful 1J to ;i ilnv
cruises to Jsmnlc.i, Panama Canal. Central snd
South America, at low Summer rales. Mallei tieu
fcy wrlthii to
Tour Bureau, t.'enersl rafseneer Pepsrtmeat.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY,
17 Hattcry I'lier. Tel. 1U3J Hector, Kttr York.
FRENCH LINE
Ccmpagnie Gsnerale Tranintlantitus
Direct Une to Havie T.trls (Trarieti
riallln t'.ei-- Tliiitsdny. 10 A M
rrora 1'ler 17. .North Mm, foot West ISlh St.
Iji Iirralne. Auc. l."f l.orrln. . Hepl. 4
tFrsnce intwi.. Aus. II t Prance (nei .Sept. 11
i a I'rottnvt, . Aug. l-i loveaee . .Sept, 19
Twin Screw Stmrs. 'Quadruple Screw steamer.
(CNKIIAI, Adl'NO. ID Mlute htreel. N V.
BERMUDA
All l spene lour tiy rl H. OMlTAVA. lp.n(l
itlsrl't .sll nej't i rpin I Da j !ll SO Up.
Sslllniis ei'ry i Days in concectlcn wlia
guebeo M . Co. Tickets Interchsnceililf.
The Knit I Mill Mletoi I'trktt t'n.
sa.M)i:r.so. a son, uen aki . tw
Sl or say STi:AM.Sllll TICICI'.T AtJUNT
ANCHOR LINE
GLASGOW M.'tut. LONDONDERRY
c'ameronla .Aiin.U.rnoniruluiiitils.Aus. :J in AU
i aieilmu Ann j.s VM I'alliornla tiepi; 7, 2 TM
FIRST 4'AIIIN. mill anil SIS.
s ( ONI) A II IN, sso ind upward.
I ll IHIl eitAKN, S.t'i.so.
Fnr new Honk nl Tours nmt Intnrmailon apply In
Ii;lll'llhO liUOTHIlltS. I7-II llioaay.
I'trlt -Iindon-Rolttrdtm.
Tln-srrewsll!n(sTues IDA 11.
trtollerdani Auc. ij
I'oisdtm Ajic. n
TNew Arnstemtra auc.
Noordsm dept." J
VIA OOtlLOONR i ll.
tPl.YUnutH A nflllLliONR
CLARK'S ORIENT CRUISE
Hy new I'unariler "Ueoala." Kek. IS, SAOO p
fur 7t days, lacluillnc shore tirurslons.
Itnunri World Hoalh America Toars.
Frank f. Clark. Tlme llulhllnc. rctr York
BUHIIBA-41 ksurs fron Nssr York. Fa
Aciatt. Broadway. '
TOl'R.
Raymono-Whitgomb
TOURS OF LUXURY
ROUND THE WORLD
lilt: NHXl lir.rssii si.
Mieiolier and .Innuarr.
SOUTH AMERICA
ot 1 0111:11 in
Send for ilescrtptlse took
RAV.MOM) & WHI1COHB COMPANY
'ill flUti Av.. N Vwk.
T "tasWsassasasSsTaswsiiasssitaw
uirrv run TnilDQ'.ri'JJ IX.&iW:
lL-Lnu 1 uuiw iuv,ie,t.iiw.iwii.r.;.N.Y.
arlct
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