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THE SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
Conf rmpl Proeeilinirs Mny lie
I irtitrli 1 licforc n .Mis
souri Court.
LAWYKIIS CLASH (H-TKN
Itrohnr 1 1 n iifi' (Jm'sfioiH'd on flic J
Snli' of .Mau'iiolin llonds fo
John I). liiH'ki'lYllrr. i
Icihti I). A til' I Ill did not iippenr in I
atinvvcr to III" Fiilipii'im M'lvcd on lilm I
Thurrlay to testify nt tin- HiiiimIiikI Oil-1
WnlciH-l'icii'c lii-urinc In-fine l'(itiitni-1
Mnticr .v. I'. IiuiiIim ill Hi Willi .itn-et yvx
Icrdiiy. Ili.ifiiilun- lo nppcarwnn i i-rl illnl to llic
MicKHiri r-nnrt having jurMici inn over
the ciiKC, vvliirli will ln-ititi t-ittlliK mi
October x ll wax ititittmtiil lluil con
tempt prutviKlmuM iiiIkIiI In' IiioiikIiI
neaitiKt .Mr. Ari-lilxilil lv tin- (utilise! for
tlm WalrtH-l'ii'ii ! ii i ii any.
Till" cotltl-i'l Ullillllll.-tl pioof of service
of tlie Mil sili:t iixili Mr AicIiIhiM at III''
pier on lii-i in rival ftom Murope I hun-day.
Attorney Ivlrliy for tlm rcl.roi lefiiMl
to offer any union for Mr. AtclilxililV
nlneiu'e.
The roitmiU-Mntier after listttiitti: lo
argument hetween i.nili-el Kiitl lie vviim
compelled lo Kr.int a ci-rl illmtc iliat Mr.
Atc-li'mld n in default.
This opening wiiialilile wm only one f
a long fericn of verbal eliicliei between
counsel, in the eoiirw f whielmiie lawyer
nceiiMil the other of being "impeil itieiit
and nuUing uncalled for reiiiarliH' anil in
turn was udviied to "talk Iih."
'Mm legal wrangle became warmest
when John K. llanee. the --eiiior ineuiber
of tlie brokeragi' firm of .Icup A- l.imonl
of 211 I) roadway, that according to public
rumor liii" relaii"ii" -vi'li the Standard
Oil Company, tools n .-dnnd.
He wvm lesl inl eil closely about the
pnle of bonds of lie- Magnolia I'etroleuiu
Company, a concern now- HiipK)sed to be
independent IM'inr l Marton of the
firm of Hliiir.v Co hil l testilled on Tlmr.-'-day
that hi line had roiidueled the mm
of the boiiils and hit testimony wa to the
effect tint' thi'.v had been bought by (lie
Slnndn-il Oil Couipu'iv
Mr llauce va reluctant to tell how
hi firm cntii" Int.. the transaction. He
said Oi l! h" h-i-l Inl a teleplume eou-
rrs.it ion with a ni-mber of the llrm of
Hlair A Co. last April in regard to tlm
sale of Magnolia bonds He said that he
had tea I of the Maguolii 'ouipany but
had biii a vasim idea about it
He t, sailed tha' w hen Hlair A Co had
called mm up on th - telephone and h.ul
olTcvd him th b ind, he In-I found a
purchaser or ai ntiv ta'e knew thai lie
could tind a market for the bond-'.
"Who wa the purchaser?" Mr. liatice
was asked
"The purchaser of thus" bin.is was
John I) Hoekefellc- "
Mr. Untie" said that he had not seen
Air. Ilockereller in regard lo the bonds.
Hp Haiti that lie talked to Mr Kookefeller's
M'crctarv ov-r the tee plume He -.lid
that he had in.; tuiKe 1 about the bonds
with ativ one be'iire Hlair A- t'j. called
liim up and mat lie ilidn': know or care
where the M.iirnoha property was.
"When ilie word 'pet "-oleum' canie in,
In connection with a ll nor cent, bond,
I thoughl that il ougm to be a profy
good bond." said tin- witness He said
unit lie paid for the bond on A pril 1'.'
of this year out of fund mat Mr. Itocke
feller held ju account witn hi firm. lie
said that he had paid s.!.iii,i i for the
bonds, or about 1 j v. uli accrued m
terest. (J. Did yen charge Mr Itut liefeller any
commission'" A cs nm ma m lniuiess
lor my health any more than lawyers are
1). What did you eliiiriie1 . As Mr.
Itoikelelli-r I a nn-iitlii-r of Hie Stock
cliiiligu 1 iliark'eil lilm otie-sixli-eutli of 1
per if lit . the usual cliarife hetueeu broker
Mr. Hatn.it was asked if he took a ie.
cript tor the bonds
"You bet I did,' hit snapped. He said
Unit he would rather not bring the re.
celpt to the hearing.
Another hot row came then. In the
nikist of it Mr. Himce wild. "1 am telling
the truth here, whiih is more than most
witnesses do."
Mr. Haute was then excused.
Hichard 1 'I insley, treasurer of the
Standard Oil Cominy of New York, was
recalled and asked about the indebtedness
of the. Anglo-Ainerican Oil Coniany to
his concern, which was assumed by the
Oeiitsche-Amerikanisoho l'etroleum (ie.
sellsi haft. He wild that up to llntl the
Anglo-American Oil Coniany owed his
coniany $'.'," iS.tKMi and that on July 23,
10o, the sum of l"ili.noo was fharged
to it. He said thu O'erman company
had assuiiHsl the entire t.V.iM.imO
He testilied on cross-examination that
the New York compuny wiw run indeH-n-dently
of nil other oil concerns and that
the money advanced by his comaiiy to
John I). Archbold and Jl. V Folger, Jr ,
was a demand loan that was repaid in
three wis-ks and had nothing to do with
Magnolia Oil bonds.
Jle was asked if collateral was put up
and ho said it was but that the "memo"
had been destroyed by a boy named
Joo Hums, now in the employ of William
Rockefeller at 2(1 Hroadway. .
Sir. Kirby objected to putting off the
hearings until Oetolx-r Id, as thu caso
comes up for triiil in St. Louis on Octo
ber H, In it it was dually decided to do so,
and in the meantime the depositions will
be sent by the commissioner to the.Mis
Houti courtH so that they can boused
if the case goes on, as is unlikely.
It may be necessary to issue a now
BiihiKrnu if Mr Atciibold's testimony is
to lie taken at the continuation of the
Lea t in gH.
CHICAGO TERMINAL PLAN.
'Will r.mpli il!Oii, ooo, (Hill Cniiitai
l!v nil (iull , ns Oolllticil,
A ;ou.(Mi.(i(i plan ror railrond lernilnnl
fai illllrs In Chicago hiis outlined yesterday
lv I'' A. Delano, chalrmiiti of the executive
coiiiiiiltlee ol the Chicago mid Western
'Indiana Itiiilroiul Cnuipfiny, the hulillug
coinp.iny ol the teiiiiinal properly Tuelvo
Mur.iai" Join as Hm kholdei s of n terriilnnl
lonipniiy. Seven new compiinles have
Joined tlm five orlgliuil lines. The new
lilies in i.i the I'eiilisylviiillH, lliirllnglori,
tiiilita 6. Sou, llocli I. land, llllnolh Cetilral
,nd Cliesiipeiike and Ohio. The original
Uties are Ihe Wiilnmli (lianil Trunk, .Monoii,
atrie and ( lucago and Lastern Illiurils.
Hie p an tin hides the addition lo present
terminal liuiliiie-. ol thu Hill linlhwiy
Company .unl Hie clearing yaid of tho
Chicago I in. Hi I innsler Coiiiii.iny at Clare,
dig, oulsi'le I lucago. Itilerchaiige of
through height uill he uiade heie
The seven roads newly in the plan lie
roinu C'l'l'l shalrlinlileis Willi Ihe other
five lived charges inn In n home nr.
tonllng lo pioportion of use or the terminal
(II the ;(Mi.(,.i mi hondi I'lO.msi.issi are
reserved to lelllllil evi-lllig liouds ill the
Chicago and Uesiem Indiana, svlohii mm
more ate reserved lor the nciilisi i,n f
in; cleat nig ),ud and (lev cliipiuciil ol I hn
lell llallHay Ihe remaining imki.iiihi
are lo hn Issued onlv lot t In det eloiiuient
of Wcsieiii liiiliaiia ti'iiiunaU In. Chicago.
None of the ImlliU Is now to he siei
lor the rioiiiiiHiiMin nl Hi,' cleanng varii
properly $in i-mi.hiiii ,,1 .r . rm s
have hern sold to ,1 p. Morgan A Co , uhlrh
are to he irluuilcd Iij honds, 'Ihe sl'curlty
U a flrnt Hun '
STEEL EARNINGS $11,000,000.
Uteri Corporation Will MIiimt Snr
pln Dnrlnic l'Ht Unnrtcr.
Th" net rnrnhiK of the Steel Corporation
diirhiK the InM few tiiotitlK, hnvlng hern
freed nf the wrluhl of onalilrrnhli' IiihIiipsh
taken tit low price, Jinvn shown n big Im
liioM'tnetit For the current month they
will iirolmhlv he In excess of lll.lmn.nno.
Ihl I at the rate of 32.ihhi,ikki ii year,
hut the .Vovrinlier mid Deceinbrr riimlngH
tire liable to be still Inritrr. There Is very
little low price business left oil the hooks
ami the fourth inmrtrr average priors are
prohablv at least f, n ton higher than was
received during the second iiuartrr.
Ili'gatillug earnings a dlteitur of the
siieel Corporation lecrntly said: "If 11)13
Is to he mi active year III steel, and It now
looks a though it would be, it would not
ho surprising- If the SI eel Corporation showed
earnings In excess of what they were In
iwt", when more than Sinu.tKin.nou wrr
tepnrted." 'I Ills ilirertiir further stated
that the new cnr will open with more than
.Mi ier cent of Its product ion sold hi ad
vance l or the last three months, ne
said, "ue have been expecting a fulling
nIT III otders, but It has nut inaterliilled.
We coiilil book :iu per cent more business
If we were In u position to make dellverleH
agreeable to certain consumers."
Ste.'l jobbers yesterday advanced the
pllce of steel rivets . il toll, making the
new price for boiler rivets I3.IU ht loo
pounds and for structural rivets 13 per
m pound this Is the highest price In
over llltie ears lllvet mills lire several
mouths behind In their shipments and
.ue haMiii' trouble getting their own te
iiiltemetit from the other mills.
The Vinerliati Car and I'oiindry Com
Piitit. ai cording to the Dnilu Tnulr Itnicie,
ha placed a i outran with Chicago mills
for Itm.iioii Ion of plates, shapes atnl burs
to lover requirement for lo.tmu cars for
estrrtl line.
'I he Kile I I ron 1 1 hn ontraelrd for 2.I.-
eo'i ion of steel rails, mostly placed with
th" Ciirneglc Steel I 'ouilmtiv Other rail
outers placed during the week total 20,nuo
ton
I lie ( (innellsville tlVf.'i CeiirK r notes nil
increase In coke production. '1 he publica
tion predicts a far great rriletnanil. Prompt
furtrue prices on coke are from f2.H0 to
52 s", a ton. while for the (lrt half of nest
ve.irfew ( onlrae: are tnketi at under f 2 7."i
a lou
The I'll' Treii llninr stairs that ome
otitr.iits for prompt furnace dike have
been maile at ?'l 2.'i a ton
LAKE COPPER AT 18 CENTS.
I'liliiniel ii ii it lleelii ltes(ore l'rr
inliiiii Over i:ieclrol tic I'rlcen.
It bee.ime hlioHli yeslerdiiv that the
( alum"! and lleula Mining Company had
rr.erted ae of it own irlme brand of lake
(opiier at I tent a pound. The smcess
ol this jie therefore restores the premium
which lake ropis'r for many years enjoyed
over !! trol tie grades until early this
veiir Ihrougli this company's selling
iep.irtiu"iit there has also Is-en sold some
Dsienl.i repiT, which Caluniet mid llei-la
coiitiol. at IT' i ''tits a ponml
I he market veterday wn again unlet,
with but tew sale of Importance taking
phue for either domestic or foreign con
sumption. (Hi thl business, however,
no (hauire from the IT', cent level whs
noted
One of thu lending producers estimated for
lilt Sis that the forthcoming statement
of the Copper I'rodui ers Association would
shun u slight Increase In surplus stock,
although he did not care to go on record
as to the amount, i lallnllig that to do s
would he meie lellv Production is ex
pected to run between 13'i.ikio.inio and Uu.
ihhi.ihio pounds for September, w ith do
mestic deliveries t 7ii.(hi,iki pounds and
el, or! hi the iieighliorhiiiiil of C.'i.iiki.iioo
pounds
I he (ontliitied strike of miners at both
the lliiigliam-t tali and blv-Nuvada ramps
was a source nf much ( oticerii In th" trade,
as theie seemed to be no likelihood of a
settlement In the near future, particularly
as the management of the leading com
panii's Interested persists In refusing to
tecognle the miners' union.
I.. sports of i ops'r for the week to 'I hurs
dav night totalled ."i,('iil2 tons Mine Oc
tober 1 there was exported '.'.s'.iu ions
Ptiies of standard copper closed as follow
cfterdav Tti r-ln -
Hid V-l-nl f till -l,c,l.
Spot IT r.'i IT
(IctoLcr IT IT ."Jl IT
Novcmticr.. IT I.". IT Ml IT KV
llcccmtn'r. IT ;."i IT i IT "."i
Lent! .V III :, in
lrltcr. T VI T T.i T .VI T 7
till .VI .'.1 .W 71 .VI .VI .VI T.'i
Loudon prices were:
YrMrrilav . Thiirtay.
t . it. t .. (I.
Copper. pnt T ll il 7 ,i (i
Cnpiicr. futures. T:i 0 0 ?.l T, 11
Tin. spot. .. .. :.ni o ii ;:h s n
Tli, (iitiiri N :'t. u : o ii
1.1111I :t T a :i ; 8
Spelter. 12 B IT to (I
I'lg Iron.C. W. r,i rA pj
BRIDGE FIGHT ARGUED.
Three lent Line Mill Trjlliu lo
Keep II, II. T. HIT the Vliinlinttnn.
Iiistlre Kelhy In the Supn'nio fourt In
HrooKI)' n yrstrrdny henrd argument In
the tight hetwren the Mniihiittan Ilridge
'three Cent Line mid the filled Lines, of
vvhldi the Ilrooklyn Itntild Trunnit Company
I" most ititereHted, The city and the II. It. T.
iti'iiiuiid n Judgtiirnt ulilch if granted
will give the iillieH the right to operate over
the bridge, lleriMion wns reserved.
Tin' hridge coiiipmiy contends that the
allies should he permanently enjoined from
lo-ilig th" Miitiluittaii Ilridge. 1 he Allien!
LIih'i. Itisi"t that iM-rnilts from tho ilridge
I oininissloiier mid the lUmrd of Lstliimtr
entitle them to use the hridge. Justli e
Vim Slrli'ii denied the hridge company's
uppllriitlon for n prrmanrnt injunction.
Imt contlniied a temporary one until the
allies should ohtalii n oernilt from the
I'lihlle Service ( oinnilssfiin. The com
mission ri'tiin'it to grant a permit.
GOLD BETTER OFF ABROAD.
IIhIUmii lllstiirluiriee Cnusril I)r
iihiiiI That Cniierllril Import,
Two million dollars gold from London
the Importation of which was cancelled on
Thursday, had hern engaged by Irfiard
I'rfMes and Kiihu, Loop A Co. Lanrd
I'reres raiirrllrd i ,.'.,11,0011 One million
dollars they engaged Is now on ltn way to
New 01 k . Iviihil. Loeb A Co. rnncvlled
7.MI,IKI.
The sharp advance lit the eirhnrige rate
here, lower rates for money and tho In
creased desire for sold In Kurnne In vlnu-
of liiilliiin (lisrurliiiriceH rnadn rhe ilisrmrinl
of gold abroad more profitable than Its
Importation.
On hoard the Liisltanla yesterday wns
irold to the amount of tl,7im,ooo for the
National cltv Hiinl;, a.'oo.ooo for (loldninn,
Sachs A Co. ami Jiihi.ikhi for lleidelbach,
11 i rt ni'iiiiei n ii.
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
NllW YOHK COPNTV
Appfllate lilvlilon Hupreine Court He.
Cfff,
Supreme tViiirt Hiicrlal - Term. Part II
llefore Uoff, .1 Court opens lit 10l30 A.
M tlx p.trti iiistlrrs.
Murroitutr'n Court Chnmbers. Hefore
rnwtcr, S No itay rsleniliir.
city Court .Jpcilal Term. Part II He.
ion u Kwynr. .1 court opens lit JO A M
K p.irie llialters. '
KIMIM COt'NTV
Hiiprcnic Cniiri-Spr1t.1l Term anil Cham.
hrr I'ouri "pi'im hi to a M. Hi fore
Killiy. .1 Motlnnii lli'foie .Vl.reun, ,1. i;
ptir'i; iii.uM'ri.
I Itrfrrrrs A lipolnlril.
Hupriiim Coun-lly .limthn (Ireenhaum--litinersl
Thri'liiklrul SHiulnnry of Prntrttant
Church v Flntli liiii In Oliver C Semple
I Lnlrrman v I'ullry & (. Morion stria,
lie Spi ratl vi Si nai Itcatty Co Willi im
.1 Krrru-r
lly lilHllue Uoff SnilllillMyil vs llrliiim
John t)i" Mil' Warner. Matter nf Kerhan
IMvvuid A Ailor Tlnirlier t, Tyrell (two
ca) Utorm' II Fruuiueur,
SUGAR TRUST LOST IN
Testimony Discloses Xow Mo
live for Its Embarkation
in Coffee Industry.
An Interesting KiilcllRht on the ur
Kriwdve methods employed by the Ameri
can .Sugar Itoflnlng Cotii)nny In their
off(irt to retain nbsoluto control of tlio
sugar market was afforded at yesterday 'h
hearing in tho (lovenitiient's (llssolullon
suit against tho siig.ir cotnblnntloti.
Tltla disclosed a new inotlTe for tho em
barkation of the American Sugar Jtelln
lug Corriany In tho coffeo Industry. t
'lVstltnony given by V. IMwnrd Fostor
sIiowih! that tho purtjiase of tho W'oolson
Spico ComiKttiy In l!Kt by his concern
was an act of letallatloti against Arbuckle
llros. who had attempted to encroach
on tho sugar Meld. It was thu beginning
of a ciiinialgn of aggressive, defence.
In which tlm sugar interests lost Sl,300,ouo.
When the activities of tho Arbucklo
llros. begun to threaten tho suprotnacy
of tho American Sugar Helloing i.otn
nmy in the New York market tho llnve
meycr Intctv.sts organized tho Atnericati
ColTeo ComiNiny. This concern Pitt out
n product known as "I, loll llratid" coffee
which was distributed by tho W'oolson
Spico CoiiiKiiiy.
When tho Ilaveliieyer intetests decided
to abandon the coll re business the Wool
son Spice ComiKiny was sold for tsm.ooo.
Tho distributing agency had originally
cost the llavemever interests S'j.l.Vi.ouu.
At the conclusion of Mr router's testi
mony it was iilinoimced that the hearing
will not Is! resumed until Monday after
noon at 2:30. In the meantime United
States Attorney Knapp will apply to tho
United States Circuit Court of Ap'.ils
for extension of the time allowed for the
taking ol testimony The hearing will
continue in this city for a few weeks,
when the scene of action will probably
lsi shifted to New Orleans. t
SAILOR BOYS TO GRADUATE.
Srlioiilshlii Netsiiurl Milking Itrnily
lit (ilen Cove, Wter Cruise.
The HchiMiIshlp NVwporl of the New
Vork Nautical School Is now at (ilen
Cove, li. I., getting her limit cleanup be
fore docking In New Vork on Tuesday
to prepare to graduate her llrst cl.i.u
men on Thursday.
The Newport has Just returned
from a cruise to the three Scan
dinavian capitals, to I 't vtin 111 1 li. Kng
land, and to the Islands of Her
muua and .Madira. In oevral Instances
temporary embarrassments were occa
sioned In foreign ports by the vessel's
failure to tire salutes after being taken
for a warship, although In reality she
carries no guns.
While they were at Stockholm, during
the Olympic git meg, the boyn were en
tertained by .liunes H. Sullivan of tho
Hoard of IMncatlou, who Is chairman
of the committee on the nautical school
Kxiitnlnntlons were held nl sea last
month In steam engineering, electricity,
navigation, seamanship and signalling,
and prizes will be awarded at tlv
graduation rxerilses In these subli'tw
and for conduct, cleanliness and generad
excellence. The prizes Include medals
and a scholarship, given by Admlr.il
I'owell, for Oeorge Washington fnlver-
slty,
ABSORBS POWER COMPANY.
Miiuiirn, l.iickiiirl unit Oniiirlo (11:11
lian) Hi'K Milmoii Itlvrr I'roperl j .
At.IiA.NT, N. V . Oct 4 The I'ulili
Service ('omrnissioii lias niveri pern.i-slon
for the transfer of the control of the
Salmon Hiver Wnter l'ovver Oevelopmcnt
lo the Niagara, iockport and Ontario
Power Company The latter Is nuthor
ized to Issue first preferred stool; to the
amount of JT.Mi.osi for tlie ncquisitjon of
the stock of the Salmon Hiver Com pan v.
vvhioh is authorized to issue fA.imo.niii)
5 pr cent bonds and to issue K,3U,iki
bonds ut S..
The Niaear.i, Iickport and Ontario
company Kives tis the reason for inking
tlie h.'ilinon tttver property that it linds
it necessary in order to provide for the
increasing detimnd for power in the
Synicuse district It has been decided
to develop electric power on the Salmon
Hiver near Syracuse rather than build
at ureAt ex penso a new transmission
line IjI miles lonj; from Niagara.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
IIAIIIIY (illlMOIIi: CO and II AllltV ; I lit -
Petitions la rjankruptck vwrr tiled vrMcnla)
nitalnst the llnrn (illmotc Companv , rrstau
rant at WO and l.U 't hird aveniir. anil acaiiiM
Harry (illmoie lnitlvlduall . who has a saloon
and restaurant at IPiilh street and llroadvwi)
and who was president nf the rompanj The
petition against Mr lillinnrr was Hied by thrv
credllors, l.ouls (Ireen. S'.'M, .Samuel Mianke.
i:oo. and Rowland V. Field. S The petlilon
airalnsl the company was Hied b) bonis (irren. a
credlior for 4im, and two other ( leitliors w ith
claims for tlVl l.latilllilrs arc Mated to he
ov rr f(io.
II. K.Mt.N A petition In liankruptri lias heen
tiled airalnst Herman Kahn. trnilliif as II.
Kahn, wtiolrsalr dealer In tnitter and eccs at
17.1 (.'hampers sttrei. lu these , redltors. s,
illiek Coninnnv. S lloscnfcld ('iinm.ini hh,i a
HonUstieri; A Co, vvhosr claims negrrealr
tl.:7i. 1 -I.i til Mt U s arc said to be Jv.Kll and
assris ?i.iHsi.
Ul.ltlCll tc ltt'TI.i:i)(,l' Chnrlrs t'lrli-h n,i
Prank i: liitlcdi:r. I'liinposlni; the lirm of
1 irira re iiuiicocr. tiroprietors or tnr mu
burirh Mill; t "inn. have nieil n uriltlnti in
bankruplrv, wlih llalilllilrs $5,siai and asvcm
aii.saj. me iari;rsi ciriutors are utlmr A
Mclean and (iriirite It. Ilrewster. Sl.om.
OIIAIHlWSkV I'OWint WAOO.V CO Jlnlje
Hand lias appointed the Central Trust Com
pany of llllinils ancillary receiver for Ihe prop
erly In this rlly of thu liratiousky Power Wacon
(Joinpany of Illinois, vvhldi has a irnraer and
branch Place ol business at ju West 'luelfth
street, llic assets In this city arc. cMliimlcil
attui.mi.
MAN 11 AIT A.N WI.N'i: AMI I.Iyt'OH COMPANY
Itosa llericcr, who did business as the Man
hattan VAIncnnd Liquor Company si 712 1'oliim
bus avenue, lias made a setllement wllh crisll
tors at 1011 rents on the dollar, payable .VI 1 nits
cash and Ml crntf In notes, and Judire Hand has
dismissed the petition In bankruptcy Died
airalnsl her on September ?u.
I). A S. II. I,i:'V Judire Hand has appointed
Morris II. Arnold ricelier for I). A S. II. Levy
(rorporalloni. manufacturers of waists and
dresses at Ii2 West Tuenty-sevenih street;
bund, K.UU
Ht'llIN At'LltllACII of Atiertiaili. (ioldherir ft
Heine, bankers of r.'O itlvlnirtnn street, who
was also In business alone as a printer at l!a
Pssen street, has tiled Individual schedules
showing liabilities $17,007. of which SlT.ooo Is
srrurcd, and assets S30..H Morris Heine, the
other partner, has Individual liabilities (1!
(Ltunl and no assets.
F. Iv IIOIIIillTS COMPANY Deputy .Sheriff
Winters has received an eierutlon airalnst the
K. Iv. Itoberts Company, sheet metals and
leaders, at I Uo-IOS Chambers street, from Murrain
for I,.WI In favor of the Seneca Iron and Steel
Company and has noticed a sale for October ll.
MUKKLHT A CO, Schedules In the assignment
of Mettert A Co. (corporation), dealers In post
cards at 413 Hroadway, show liabilities SI roll,
nominal assets js.oai and actual assets $S.M.
II. A. lli:CKLi: COMPANY Schedules In Ihe
assignment of the II, A. Iletkley Company,
printers of OH lleektnan street, show liabilities
LI70, nominal assets, tsM and actual assets
I.AIts'o, KIIICSON, merchant tailor, nf ns Fifth
avenue, has made an assignment to William If,
Harlpinee.
Weekly I'nllurr llrpnrt.
.J",",''','."!'l? "P"f l tmslness failures In
the l'nlled Slates during the week, against ??8
for the previous urrk, and 2U1, 1112, sin ami 2M
for Hie corresiionillng weelis of ion to nrw. The
Middle stales liad 117. New Knglaiid 2.1, Southern
jn. Wcslcrn M. Norlhwcstern 12 and far Wrslcrn
22. I nnadii bad 2n, against 2J for Ihe preceding
week. Alioiil sa per cent, nf the total number of
ronrerns falling had capital of J,(io or less and
a tier rent, had from :.,i) In J.'o.uio capital.
The Wall Sirret edition of Tiik Pvknino Svs
cnmalns all llic llnnni Inl news and Ihe slock and
bond (imitations in h(. f np nurirli f
closing iiinlntl(ins, Inclinllng the Mild and askrd"
prices, w Itli ai'illllnnal news mailer, arc cnnialnrd
also In the night uud llnul editions of Tun Ktkmnu
Sun.-.Ui.
THIS WOMAN HER OWN COP.
.Mrs, Andrews (iocs lilt SI Urn to A r
rrt Aliened Short Weight IVdltr.
Mrs. nthef II. Andrews of fiO Wordell
avenue, Westerlelgli, Htaten Island,
thinks the middleman has ns much to do
with the high cost of living ns the
trusts. Yesterday she made an exam
ple of a pedler who tried to sell her po
tatoes by short weight. She. had to
travel twenty miles to do It, but she
landed the man In the Stapleton pollco
station finally, wtlhout any assistance
from the police too.
Mlnton tlelger of Long Island City
vns the villain of the piece. As he
was passing Mrs. Andrews's house about
noon yesterday she called to htm to
bring her a bushel of potatoes, (lelger
dumped what looked like a small mea
sure In tho kitchen and made a quick
departure.
A pair of scales confirmed Mrs. An
drews's suspicions. Instead of the sixty
pounds, her scientific exactness told
her she was entitled to, she found n
scant thirty-seven, she avers. Forth
Wlth she started for the Stapleton court,
ten miles away, to swear out a warrant
for (Jelger's arrest.
Not to be thwarted when Magistrate
Marsh explained he couldn't grant the
warrant because the alleged crime had
been committed In tho district of the
New ltrighton court, Mrs. Andrews set
out for that place, live miles away.
There Magistrate Handy Issued the
warrant and at the request of Mrs. i
Andrews, who thought lightly of the '
city police force, handed It over to her
to e.sectlte.
She walked nil the way back to .Staple- j
ton and spying flelger's wagon on Canal i
street overtook the unsuspecting pedlej
rend the warrant to nun ntut put lilm
under arrest. He submitted without a
struggle, and in the custody of Mrs. An
drews went to the station house and
was locked up for thu night. He re
fused to discuss the complaint against
htm.
! LETS TWO SUBWAY CONTRACTS.
I'lihlle Ncrvlrc Hoard Anlhorlrrs
Work on Fourth . venue, Ilrooklyn.
Two South Ilrooklyn u'iway contracts
vieieaiithorled yestetday hv the I'uhlieSer
vhe Commission I loth are with tho Degnun
1 mural ling Cotiipaiiy, the lowest bidder.
'I hev are to build from l'oiirth avenue nnd
I'oity-thlrd stteet south to Llghty-nlntli ,
street and I'oiltth aveniie
1'here will tie siatloris at Korty-dfth
street. 1'ifty-tlilid stieet. Ulty-nlntli street. 1
11.1 V I'iik'e avenue. "vivelity-slUh stieet
and I iglit slvth street 'Ire contractor
has stv il.iv" to liegin work and must
lliilth in forty month.'
CoiiiIIiIimi of Mnle llnnks.
II1VXV. Oct. 4. The resources of the
State banks of discount and deposit on
September ti as shown by reports to the
state Hanking Deimrtuient were $itn,
caii.tno, a disTease of tl'.I.M.iyr lnce .I11110
II. Total deiosts drcreasisl f U.TW.vH,
and loan- nnd illscntmts drrrrasrd $11,
ixhi.o.i. t'nsh Items ltn rrnsrd S:,oiHl.(s.
HOIBI.S AM1 TACRANTS.
WHERE TO DINE
Travelers Co.. ai W 34th St Tel J1T2 llrrelfy.
LUCHOW'S
lis; to It? Cast 14th St. Tel !4o Stuyvesant
1-4 vim si i:i-iiu4S' Ill's rsi irvM.
Music by Till: VIL.NNA A I IT I ST OUCHLSTItA,
H t lt.llt'lt(il:lt IIOFIIltAI.
PilsnerGenossenschafts Brau
(,l:V.i I'll I Ilrussrls i:xHistlon. 1010.
n., a.ih,,. 4 hlnesp lleslauranl. Ale. Tdh,
run niiimi ;
: ft 0 Molt St. See r.ven. Telegram."
Sl'.IIMONg.
St'I'lll'.Mi: COt'HT OF THF. STATU Ol' NI'.W
VOIIK. COUNTY OF NI'.W VOHK. UMIL O
HilMiY, as sole surviving Trustee under the Last
Will rnd Testament of CHAHLI-S IIONDV. de
reaseil. and CAIlltll'. STt WK1SS. JOSHI'll F
CTI.l.MAN and WILLIAM S. WKISS. as Fxecu
tnr of Hie ljit Will and Testament of SAMUKL
W VV HISS, deceased, formerly a Trustee under
the said Last Will and Testament or ( IIAII1.I.S
IKiS'HV, deceased. Plalntltts, against SALLY
iioNHY I owi.sor.it. i:mii. c. ho.miy. hich-
Altlir IIONIIY. I.OI'ISU IIO.N'DY, l'Hi:ili:HICK
CHAHI.n.s LOWI.NdKlt. HICIIAHI) C. llOMlV.
.Ill (.HAItl.F OltUSS IIONIIY and PHILIP
l.i:i)i:itr.lt IIONIIY. Hefemlants.
To the above-named Iietendants:
1 or Alti: lir.HLIIY .SI'MMONLi) to answer the
complaint In this actxn. and to serve a ropy of
your answer on the Plaintiff' Attorneys vslthln
twenty days after the service of rhlssumnons. e -clusUr
of the day of service: and In case of your
failure to appear, or answer. Judgment will be
taken against you by default, fur the relief de
manded In the complaint.
Haled. August 1A. 1912.
(iOLHSMITII. COHLN, COL!'. WLLSS.
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Office and Post Office Address. No. 4", Wall
Street. Ifnrough of Manhattan. New York City.
New S'ork.
TO THF. An()Vi:-NAMi:n IllIFIINnANTS,
SALLY IIONIIY UlWINIiKH and FKKIILItICK
CHAIILFS U)WIN(ii:it. and to HICIIAHI)
LOWl.NOFIt, the person with whom Frederick
Charles Ixiwlnger resides:
The foregoing summons Is served on you by
publication, pursuant to an order of the Hon.
Kdward H. McCall. one of the Justices of the Su
preme Court of the State of New York, dated the
20th day of August. 11)12. and nied with the sum
muns and verllled complaint heieln In the office of
the Clerk of the County of New York, at the
County Court House In llic Iloroughof Manhattan,
City and State of New lork, on the 21sl day of
August. ISI2.
GOLDSMITH, COIIIIN, COI.F. A tVRISS.
Attorneys for the Plaintiffs.
Office and Post Office Address, No. 45 Wall
Stteet, llorough of Manhaltan New York City,
New York
NllW lOHK SL'PKIIMF. COPin7'o"pNTY"oF
NllW YOHK.
Cornelius V. I.uvstcr, Jr , plaintiff, against
Charles 11. Ilrooks. Anna J llrnoks, his wife,
and the Santo Homlngo Mining Company of
Delaware, defendants
To the above named defendants and cacti of
them:
You are hereby summoned to answer Ihe com
plaint In this action, and to serve a copy of your
answer on the plaintiff's attorn s within twenty
dais after the service of this summons. excliisKo
of ihe day of service, and In case of your failure
to appear, or answer. Judgment will be taken
against ou hy default for Ihe relief demanded
In the complaint.
Dated September toih. 1912.
IIHYNOI.DS ft THOMAS,
Plaintiff's Attorneys,
Office and Post Office address, No 2 Hector
sircrr. ltnroutfh of Manhattan. Cllv of New- York
To the defendants, Charles II Ilrooks and Anna
,1 Ilrooks, his wife
The foregoing summons Is served upon you
riy pillllieaiion pursuant. io an oruer or lion
Francis Iv. Pcridclton, one of the Justlees nf the
Sunreme Court of the state nf New York, dated
September V.id. 1012. and nied wllh the complaint
In the office of the Clerk of the County of New
York, at the County Court House In the llorough
of Manhattan, City and Statu of New York
Dated New York. September 27rh. 1012.
Itl'YNOLDS ft THOMAS,
Attorneys for I'lalntlff,
Office and Post Office address. No 2 Hector
Street, llorough nf Manhattan. City of New York
FOKKCI.OSl'KK NAI.KM
HY VIHTI'i: OF A JtinOMr.NT of foreclosure
rendered nl the April Term, H15, nf the Superior
Court for Person County, North Carolina, In re
-I'HII.H' rAHNSWOHTlf. Tltt'ST!'.!-.." vs. TUB
HF.ItSON CONSOI.IDATHI) COI'I'IIH AND 0O1.I)
MINKS COMPANY, I will, as Trusiee.on Oetnher
7, 1912. at 1 o clock noon, al Ihe Court House
door, In Itoibnro, North Carolina, eipose lo sale
at puhltc auction, In Ihe highest bidder, the fol
lowing property. (II The land In Allensvllle Town
ship, Person County, N, C. adjoining lands of
J. T Yancey, et als . containing 72 acres, more
or less, known as Ihe "Yancey Copper Mine "
and described In a deed, recorded In llook N, N .
fagea 415, etc., In Hegtster'a Office nf I'ersoa
ounty. (3i All mines, minerals and mineral
rights, Including rights of way, water and any
and all other rights necessary and essential lo
mining purposes. In, upon, pertaining and be
longing lo the war of land In said Allensvllle
Township and Holloway's Township, adjoining
Ihe lands nf ihe Copper U'dtld Mining Co., et all.,
containing 7ut) acres, more or less, reserving,
however, (al graveyard lot, b schoolhousa lot
of one acre, on Vlrilllna Itoad. (el dwelling house
lot occupied by J. T. Yancey, (di all wood and Um
ber and wood and timber rights conveyed and
released from operation of deed of trust, re
corded In llook 3, I'aga 10, el tea.. In said Regis
ter's Office (3) T(ie land la said Allensvllle Town,
ship, bounded north and west by land of said
'Ihe Person Consolidated Copper and Hold Mines
Company, east hy Hichard Thorpe and south by
Harry iJilty, containing IN acres, more or lest.
Hi All Ihe machinery, rnglnrs, (oilers, air com
piessors, tools and Implements, cars, tramways
or other vehicles of conveyance, live stock, fu
tures, franchises, corporate franchisee, rights
and prlvllrgrsjncliidlng legal andequllable lights
of every kind and nature, and all properly and
rights enumerated In two deeds of trust, re
corded In Hooks No. :, Page 10. et aeq.. and No.
1, Page 330, et sen , In said Heglstcr s Office,
eference lo which Is hereby made.
Dated this ath day of August, ltn.
. !- 1 PAHN.HWOIITIf. Trustee.
I.UTIIKH U. CAltU'ON. Iloiboro, N. 0 Coul
C U N
in sivamars in xnm nona
L . Oct. 9, 1 A. M. Jn.
usitania 1 n. 24, 3 p. m. 5
Mauretania
CARMANIA
tier. in a. m.
NOV. i. 1A A. U.
LIVERPOOL, LONDON,
via ocKi:.srovN
Mtarrtunla and l.mlUnln do not
New Yerk, Madeira, Gibraltar,
Write tor Itinerary,
IVERNIA CARPATHIA
Oct. 24
Wet. 10
m u uhii, . .
a Omits Madeira. hOmltiiRenoa. cCalliat.Vaptn.Tttnte 4 Flume. Ouotatlom furnished foranyTour,
Winter Cruises Riviera, Italy, Egypt
LAC0NIA JVv" ? FRANCONIA Jan'S CAR0NIA
neiinil the World Trips' Jil.1. Snerlal throuith rates to Kirypt. India, China, Japan, Uanlla. As-
irana, ,iew .rnianu, nouin Arriea, noilin .imrririt.
Piers Foot W. ith .sr.. North Itlvcr. N.
TDMlTinUJ.1
l 111 M ',
ALL OUH STtaMIRS
. , , . . - 1 ij y.'i.
HAVI
American
l ler n, .V. It..
OI.IO A. M.
Plymouth Charbaurar Sauthamnian
St 1.0.1.1 ,1 n..., 19
.New Vors "I "il a ir nh .1 Oft, 14
Atlantic Transport
Naw Yark-Lendon Dlraet PlrrSN, S.U.
aimimci.i.!,,! (1,. 1 ( !, m Mln'apolls, Oct. 19
Mln'ti-'i'i t 1 111 'I .M Mlnnrhnha.Ocl.SS
Red Star M7i: ft. n-
, Landan. Pari via Dovar-Antwara
l-oplnri l . on v'sder'smt on. H
I Inland oel 1? Kroonland Oct. 3
7VT INTER.
RIVIERA-ITALY-EGYPT
Via .Madeira. Gibraltar, Alilrrs, Monaco
"ADRIATIC" & "CEDRIC"
largest llrltlsh Mediterranean Steamers
NOV. 30 JAN.7 JAN.21 FEB.18 MAR. 4
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT .
Providenci Direct, $1.50 Worcester, $2.40
Out sld,' Matrrnnms Bl.lllt
StrelSteamshlpsOKOItOIA nnd TKNNLSSHK
iianr. inrinuiDK siuniiav. n::io r. .11.
From Pier 19, 1:. It. Phone :7nn (leekman,
City Ticker omee. aoo Hroadway. N. Y
t'ptown Ticket Office. Il'vvav and 33d St.
Albany
lliidann Hiver hr Mat.
riinim.i.t'.nn sirs. "IrnquiltM"
A "slithnwk." eirfifr,t ,er-
sire. Sir. t.T, West Hni linn t.
:an I', vt , pit ISiith M t a uu
I'. 11. luily. l'li'cf ."I'liij O'.-.'il.
Sight-Seeing Yachts
nDCrDVlTintl Uiaiml M.iiniattan Man
Il-illv.
uusiLivim luiiiiaitrry
'ler So. Frrrv.in-lil.'iLSl
Ml rVflll s,"r' Trls Down the Hay ami Around
nHllIUI1 the Harbor 1I.V Phone llroad 3373.
VIEW THE WARSHIPS
SIGHT-SEEING YACHT CLIFTON
Ar unit Manhtttan Man I I-rrtupr etioartl.
Hallv. Sun.. 10 30 A. M . " n 1' M. Ft VV. I'll
st. Office Flatlron Iliillllnc Tel. .Mil (iram.
Ctr-LIT leaves v"cst 21.1 St
Tin: only
IIOAT AT
;l P
"5FFINO M A" cars transfer,
wcciiivj Lcrtiirer aboard.
50c
YACHT imviF.wiNo i in:)
" W Al(.s,t'.-i
KXCI'HnIO.NS.
'$1.00
Round
trip to
POO KEEPS IE
SUNDAY, OCT 6th. '
New Steamer j
RENSSELAER
Through Fare to Albany and Tny $1.50
See the Hudion at its prettiest,
decked in itt autumn garb
of browns and redi.
Steamer Icive.s Pier JJ. N. 1.,
ft. Qilial St.. 8:15 A. S. 'e.
l.t.'d St. Pier. 'J:15 A. M
E:.celleiit music. Dining room
service all thy a la carte.
Number of passcnRcra limiteJ
to ensure comfort of patrons.
Hudson Navigation Co.
Pier N. It. 'Phone Spring Q400
rot its.
ANNI'AI. FAI.I, TOl'll
Gettysburg and Washington
Ineludlng TIIK t'Avl.HNS ill' l.t Its V
Sjieelal Tour I ' ml it Msrorl. leaving
New YorVn. Saturday, Oct 13th. sk
das. All expenses, Com- too fin
plote cost only sJ.UU
send for ilelalled Itinerary. IHIO,
1'.. MAHSTIIHS, III W .llh St., New
York
In- New Ciinanli r "l.uionla," IVIi, ir.r 71 days,
soil up. Including holds, guides, drives, shore
trips; sinp-iivei's Kouml World and So America
Tours. I.C CI.Alllv, Times llldg., N, Y
t'AI.IFOIIMA H Inter lours
Leave frequently Nov to March. Hnoklets. HAY
MONII VVfllTl OMH CO., K.1 illl nv N .
$60
(Ml 13 DAY Cltl'IM, to Foreign America.
Ul Honklcl How ring it Co.. N. Y
AITI VIN HlXmt'S.
NKV JJKUHta.
AllantlcTlty.
GALE N H ALL
IIV TIIK SKA,
IIOTKI. KSlt SA.N4TORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
GALEN HALL
IN Till-' MOUNTAINS.
A KIRKT-CIAHS1 IIOTKU
WERNERSVILLE, PA.
Itealaenl ph;slelaa. Tonle
kaths, etc., Illet kllrheas.
F. L. YOIJNC7, (leneral Manager.
0arlboroiKjt)-36lentxlni
. A'll.ANI 11 VU-. N. .1.
'oslati While A Hons t ouipanr.
NKtV IIAMI'SlliltK.
BR ETTON WOODS
WUITK MOUNTAINS, N. 11.
Onlfers' 'aradlc Apex of the Ideal Tour.
THU MOUNT WASUINUTON open untllOct. :jst.
A R D
Oct. 23, 1 A. M. Dec. ie
Nov. 27, 1 A. M. Jan. 22
CAR0NIA CAMPANIA
OCT. Ill lu A. M. Una It NOV. 20. I A. U. MAM. 19
NOV. H. 10 A. M. 10 A. U. III'.C 31. 12 Nimii MAY 21
PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
ami nxiioi'Aitit.
atop at iitf nttown eaitbnuni.
Genoa, Naples, Trieste, Flume
Sailing hour noon. ...
PANNONIA ULTONIA
L. Kl tc - nn. 7
. l l. it r- Ph. 12
iuui. in ouaiu.
V. omces. ii State St.. opp. nattery.
ERCANTII
Wlk'liI.E3i ANO alTBMi
White Star
rlers
jl- , N. n.
Plymouth - Charaour auth amptan
Majestic .Oft 5. 111.011 'St. Paul Oct. 10
Oi-eanle Oet. IS, noon Majeitlc Oct. .'t
American Line Steamer from Plrrd.'
Naw Vorh-Quaanatown-Uvarpool
(Vine Dot. in. ii""" I la hie .. -'' ;
Ailrtatlc ..Oct. IT. nooniCcilrtc. . Oct. 31
oton-Aiora-Qlbraltar-llaly
Crelle Oet. lu.frctlis. . Nov. 33
Cntioplc .Nov SlCanopIc . .fee. 12
CRUISES
' PANAMA CANAL
WEST INDIES SOUTH AMERICA
"LAURENTIC -fc "MEGANTIC"
Two h.irie'i. Newest and Finest In the 'I radc
JAN. 8 JAN. 22 FEB. 8 FEB. 22
I 28 and 29 Days $175 and Upward
9 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
BERMUDA
All Laprnse Tours by S. S OHor.U ,. 111 rnu
ill-ni l. S.nni Itcc'ir. From & Hays .'27Vi I p
Svlllni: every live days lu connection wlia
(,'ueliec S. S. Co Tickets Interchangeable
I tip Itinal Mall .siram I'ackrl I'd,
. Nlli:i(.sON A f ON. (ien. Acts.. SI M a e
.s .irany STKAM.-1I1P 'I lClv'i:t' AlilLNT
OLD DOMINION LINE
DAILY SKKVK'i:.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Portameiilh,
Planer's Polat and Newport Newa. Va., cob
aeetlni far I'fterahurf. Hlehmond, Watbltr
ton, D. C, and the entire South and Wait
Freight aid Passenger S Warners salt from Pier
75. N. n foot of North Moore St.. every weev
day at s P. U.
W. L. TOonnoW. Traltlo Manager.
Peoples Line
CITIZENS LINE
TPALBANYttTROY
? Speed) l'alatlal Mies-mere. Kvery l.'trnina.
tlntli Steamers leaving Pier 32. N. H. (foot
of Canal St.) P. M. People's l.tne calling at
West 120th St.. at 8:45 P.M. Steamer O. W. MOItSF.
leaves New York on even datis. ADIHONDACK
on odd dates.
I Sunday day boat leaves I'ler 32. N. It., at 8:1
,1. M.i ll rsi lull HI., , 14 m. oi'iiiai i ivm-iiiii
to PougliUeepsle and return. Sundays. $1 no.
Through fare by Sunday day boat to Alh.mv!l.Vi.
An opportunity to see the glories of Hie Hudson
In their autumnal splendor.
lONE WAY
ROUND TRIP
$2.
50
50
HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
Iter 3J. N. It. 'Phone Spring DK.
Fall River Line
l.v. IMerl.N.H..Nevi York. daily at 5:30 V t.
On and after Oct. 7, the hour ut departuro
nlll he r f. M.
Sirs. COUUONW I.A1.T1I and I'ltlSCIl.I.A.
Orchestra on each.
NEW LONDON (Norwich) LINE via
New Uindon. l.v. I'ler 10. N. It . ft. Houston
St., week days only. Min I'. M.; I'ler 70, It. II..
ft. II. !2d St.. K-3I) I'. M, Sirs. MAIN): and
city or i.ovvi:i.i,.
NEW HAVEN LINE l.v. ru-r n. it..
ft. riiliarlne St , week days, ?:ti !. M. Sir.
HICIIAHI) I'HCK.
Tickets, etc.. at 171 Hroadway. Transfer
Tourist Oftlces and at I'iers.
The New Knaland stranishlti I'n.
Fare Reduced
NI'.W YOHK and C A
PORTLAND 3
In each direction: staterooms accom-l t.lmlled
modallngliipersons.aiherlhsllOrTlckets.
u MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE
Stfel Steamships North, Land North !st,r
, Leave i'ler li, N It., fl Vesey SI . Tins.,
Thurs, ft Sals, al S I' M lleturn leave I'ort
land ame dais A delightful SiMinur. i0
mile trip, I li kels al Tier nnd SDH H'vvny
EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORPORATION
uu: i nil. ie in: i i.iusi:i"
COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON $2,65
PROVIDENCE iHrect. $1.76
FlrsiMlass service, palallal steamers,
excellent cuisine, clean, comfortable state
looms. Leave eek llavs and .Sundays
at man V. M.. from I'ler .ID, N. II." "Jot
West Houston HI. ' 1
'Pliones Spring 0101 and 0103.
t'plnwn omee. Hroadway and ;sd SI,
DaTLine
IH.M'HH'K IIIIISON, IIOIIIlHi
FIH.ION or AI.IIANV leaves IVsliroV'cs si
8v")uA' V'' W ,M i' U ' M ISOlh SI 0?u
A M. I-andlng at.Yonkers. 'et I'liint New.
Iiurgh, Pniighkeepsle, Kingston Pnlnl. L'aisklll
lluilson anil Alhanv. All servlco dally escep
Sunday Direct rail ronnccilons. Music, lies-
STUDENTS' SATURDAY OUTINQS
isr 1 1' i n ip on, hi, iion.v, sist.
III. I.I O.tlluiuAl. l .1 1.
Mramrre frank Jones.
eave Pier i N, 11., feat of
mih si., ai aan'i'. il.; w, um "t.
Vt il P it. dally. M"".al'
I API TAl. CITY LINK.
'1-1 !H N It Plmnn Snrls. yw
, HARTFORD LINE
From New Pier 'ill, llsit Itlvcr. loot of peek Slip:
dally excest Sunday, al 5 P. U. for Cnnnacilcul
Hiver landtags, w rite for Uiusvaied tolder.
?w3
LtAVtsi NfcW TUKN. OCT. It
$10 Per Day and Up
inrmar mi nrrftiMrt
tpfnsf afloat and aohorr.
HAMBURG- AMERIGAM
largest . . Co..
la the MPr
UVtK 40U
SHIPS
1,210,001
TONS
Atlantic
Service
LONDON PA "".IS
HAMBURG
t Victoria I.Mlr...Ort. lo, la A M
I'res. l.lneoln....4)rt. in. 11 l vi
Amerlka . ... let. 1 7. in A M
t Irveland llrl. In. II A M
'First cabin only. I World CrnHe.
MEDITERRANEAN
Midelrt, Gibraltar, iljliri, Kipiu, Ctnoi
t.. . ri.UVKLAMD lWlllll.ll
Rt;iNF7l Oct. 10. HA M
lJ. 8. riNI INNATI. Nov. a. II A M
S. . moi.tki: . . . Nov. 13, 11 A M
M.. CINCINNATI, Her. lo. 11 A M
twill have accommodations for
limited number of passengers 10
If AHKIPA, (HP.nAI.TAII and VII.I.K.
FHANCHK llllvleral NOT call
at Madeira. Will rail at Aiglets.
4illANM ( liriSK
ORIENT
Ily the Palatial
S. S. CINCINNATI
(17.000 Tons!
Leaving New Yo'k
January 28, 1913
In MAIIIIIMA. STAIN, the Ml til.
TI:IIHAM:aN anil the OH I KM
80 DAYS $325 VV.'
rwMIn Ctuhtt to the Vt H(ttes,
A round the World, ttalu. reipt ff-
JAMAICA and the
PANAMA CANAL
Cuba. Hiyti. Colembii, Costa Rica
WIKkl.V NAII.IMiH
Vy "rilINZ" and other steamers
nf oar
ATLAS afRTNT .
Cuba Jamaica. 1 1 tolndavsSan.no
rsnsmatnnal. lRfnatldays, III 40
an-Dar Cruises, HI.1K Knit SI40
H. ft. I'll INK AITIitr.ST HII.HLLM.
cm to it m s. a p. m.
Write for booklet slatlnr crulss.
MMBDRG-MI1IC.N
LINE
Great
White Fleet
Start your cruise to the West a
Indies and the Panama Canal I
right by takin? one of our Twen-I
tieth Century steamers. Youarel
thus assured the maximum oil
comfort and benefit to be derived I
from an ocean voyage.
They are the only steamcnl
sailing out of cny American port I
designed ?nd constructed specially!
for service in tropical waters.
All outside air-cooled stat
rooms in which, the temperature
can be regulated at the will of the
passenger. No sleepless nights.
22-Day Cruise to Jamaica. I'anami
ami ami i iiiiiiiiiilan iiorts l mm el
lork everv Mrilnesilnv al 12 iiiunl
I'ler Ml, I'.nst Itlvcr M.IS.Oll
24-la I'm I scs to .latnnlcu. I'niintnil
final anil I'osta lllcn rrmii N'rvv Inrkl
every Sntiirilav at 12 noon. I'ler III!
I.asi I11V1T . P.HIMII)
Oroii ran take a 12- or 14-iti) l-)r
to .lamalea mil)' anil return at r5.;o
United Fruit Company
STHAMSllll' SI'.HVIL'i:
17 llatlcrv rt.. N. Y. 'Phone 1(121 Itedsr.l
Or any steamship or tourist agency 1 1
California
ARIZONA UTAH NEVADA
si'i:ciai, f-ni.n.Msr rati:.s vh
1 AT KR.RA 11, IIOUTi: TO FAR WI'-ST
AND PACIFIC COAST IMMNIS.
Including
Meals & berth
on steamer.
$45:50
Largest,
fastest,
finest steamers
Stop-over privileges at rialvestnn, resort
city of the Southwest. Ilerth and tourist
sleeper privileges to tlie Pacific Coast, S3 Id
Sailings even- Wednesday and Saturdsf.
Correspondingly low through rates from M
York to all points South and Southwest.
Mallory Steamship Company
Ticket
Office
Ctn tlrnadwny, cor lleade St.
OSS llri adway, cor. JSrd St
Pier ti. Ncilh lllver, New York
NORTH
GERMAN
LLOYD
Impress Sailings lursdavs
last Man halllnus I hvrsdni s
I (lit
LONDON . PAWS BREMEN'
Sailing nn MVIl HIMVsl ,
TUEMLDITERUANCAN
THREE WINTER CRUISES 10 TH:
Panama Canal
...
West Indies
:1'X: "': ao miii h t:
llr Ihe S.S "lirosser Kurfuersl'
tlelrlrh. I'o.. (ieneral Agents
o iiroa(vvay, i, t. I
FRENCH LINE
Compignie Generale TraniatlintiH
Direct Line to Havre rarls iFraneei
Sailing Kverv Thursday. 10 A, U
rrom Pier 47. North lllver. foot Weil ISin 'l
tl'rance (new) ..Oel. toifPrance (new) .Oct..!
I a Provence .Oct. 1JIUi Provence No'-. I
LaSave s . Oel. 2IIIj lirrslne ND."I
'Twill Mi irvv Simrs lOuadruple Screw .steaaCl
(11,-M viir.M-v 1J stale Street v
A ISIRO-AMERICAN LINE.
. H-ciMiiiAnuinijliiHwiii. M
1 SAILING OltNKRALLT WKsNsMDA(
rncips aires, a to., 17 naltsrr riaess
IIKIItltOA-ti hours irom .vew nnK- "Jl
latlal Steamers. A. K. UUTK1UIIUUUE "!
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