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THE SUN, MONDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1912;
V extern Mcrclinnf I'rriiirts In
TfiiM'il Prosper! ty in This
Cniinlr.v liy No( Spring.
T.ANK SITfATlOX NOItMAL
Iiimleqnnte Financial System
I'lCM'lllS Difficulties, lint Itc
fortns Arc Hoped For.
n I-. C. SI.M.MONS
of the Mmn.ons IKmlui'rcComrnny,
I do not know nny better way to exprems
my opinion of business conditions, both
present and prospective for the i in modi a In
future, thn to tell you About our own
experience All of our Iiounch are vpry
busy rtishitiR. The local houses are
oAlilnc for help from the principal house,
shicli is located In St. l.ouls, ruid we
haven t any help that we can spare be
cause business in St. l,ouis is extra Rood.
in iu I'ciimkn niiun, 1,1.111 ,ui nu.cii
houses, located in different parts of this
country, our salesmen visit every State
in the Union, and more than that they
csll upon merchants in every county in
each State. We have an army of travel
lint: iiin and they aretraiued in the art
r.t miking intelligent and accurate reports
monthly, both auto bunlne x condit ions and
as to what poeple are talking about, and
ts we have been more than a quarter of
a century in systematizing this method
It stands to icaaon that we have learned
to do it bettrr than any other house not
( having the s.iine broad experience.
I r.iy without hesitation that the begin
ning of prosperity is already in our midst.
He judge not only by our own increasing
buninets but by the rapidly increasing
business of the railroads and also the
decreasing number of idle cars, This,
coupled with the scarcity of labor, par
ticularly unskilled labor, attests the full
running of factories and the revival of
' business to a degree that is exceedingly
promising. Aa to the cause of this, it
is beyond all question the unprecedented
and bountiful returns of agriculture. The
tjops as a whole are larger in volume
than in any other year of our history and
are practically nil made except the cotton
crop, of which it can be said confidently
at this writing that, it promises to bo a
very large one, although not equal to the
record breaking product ion of last sea
son. As all of our prosperity comes from the
soil it may well be called the backbone
of the business of this country. No more
convincing indication of this can be seen
than the annually recurring fact of how
between crops and during the growing
season business halts, awaiting and ex
pecting the outcome of our agricultural
products. Moreover, agriculture is grad
ually assuring to itrlf a broad and deep
foundation of permanent production. In
that -arid and semi-arid region in the
West. Southwest and Northwest which
romrjrihcs a third of the total area of the
United Ktntes irrigation is creating a
new and unassailable empire of wealth,
as tho winter rains are being impounded
and conserved, and the numerous streams
diverted to the growing of the crops. In
'lint borderland between this area and
'hat section where the rainfall is more or
less regular, viz., in tho section between
the 100th and 1 10th meridlanR of longi-
uui!. dry farming is closely but surely
redeeming the hitherto desert land to
ine Uses of civiluntion.
In the South the reclamation and drain
ing of swamp land goes on continuously.
so that after a while we will have more
ih.in ;n,O0(i.00O ncres of the richest lands
in the v:orld subject to tho needs of man
instead of. as now. being merely malarial
breeding centres of pestilence. Likewise
ih man of the agricultural college is
doing the work of tho century in teaching
h" fanners l lie ways and means to largely
increase the productiveness peracre, with
but small increase in cost.
t As Is ever the case, we do not get the
full benefit of good crops in the year
of their production, but next spring
when the money for this year's enormous
crops ha got largely into circulation
business will boom We must not over
look the fact that there has been prac
tically created in this country during
the season of crops several billion dollars
of absolutely new wealth
Now as to the results: Enterpri.'es
for the betterment of railroads, mauu
fnctures, irrigating schemes and electrio
enterprises have all been lying dormant
watting for thp good time corning, which
we all felt Mire would come, but could
')iiv come with good crops which would
restore confidence That condition is
with us to-day and the only serious prob
lem that confronts m is tho utter in
adequacy of our financial system to
ine.'t our present nepd
'llicru K however, another Important
ft wlilch should not be overlooked and
ihat iiut since ih railroads have not
prospered "Mieli during tho past five
vears they hav not enough equipment
to handle satisfactorily the enormous
tonnage that will be offered them
. In regard to banking matters I would
nv that they are as healthy as they
-an ne under our very defective flnnnciai
I'-m. which is to a great extent o thing
'f hriTls and patches, furnishing a plelh
m 'f funds in dull times, when there
i- 10 need for them, and tying them up
'ig'.'lv in prosperous times, when they
ee 'lie very life blood and absolute neces-
. of new enterpriser. I think the
ankers, of ihis country have shown
i'.t wisdom in keepinj; our financial
'"mis healthv They have not taken
.11 liere near the business that has
i" ttlered iheni, but they contented
t emtfivPrt with a conservative, course.
w ii nun i-.iuseii mem to reiuse miicn
. u-uie-r. thai was desirable and obso
9 'ii'lv safe, 1 it it was too long winded
' be tempting They needed the money
, ' ' Minn- liquid investments. I regard
latum;: situation as normal and
hi: "lv healthful I am tuita In touch
banking mailers, having been uu
"",e t,Uu, director for morn than fortv
eurc iitiii have made it mv busines'"
!' e.iabiish a r,.0rd for regular attend-
!" '"I board meetings. This gives
"" pHii.iul.irly close and personal in-
''"V" i" tegard to the West und
w' ,llr "H '"inking twitters
' "'"iid anv diHiculiy in meeting ull the
ii i. ,. 1 1 r",M"",K "idinnry affairs,
'"ndl-es will still have, to
vni! ,, i(lrj. .m ml WB ,iav
'.imi, , """"''"I ".vsieni if the banks
n iti,,, .i,,,,,. conservative policy
of ,wV """"''l tl"'"i hlnt-o tho panic
monrTfirplS ,hl,,U rn I'1"
not i.,2n;. Kur.01"' ''"rhaps Ihev do
oV f '.Europe Is ,'sy with its
oer with 11 iR .Practically boiling
u"r with commercial activity. The?
have but little money to send over here,
should wn ask for it. .
My personal opinion is that this country
will bo so prosperous next year that we
shnll heforo long again face a serious and
disastrous period of 6vcr extended credit
and a consequent collapse, I do not mean
that Ihat will come within a year or two,
but It is not very far off, and"l should say
within three or five years wo may have
another visitation like that of 1(W unless
something is done in the meantime to
mnko better preparations than we now
have; and that must come from some
wise system of financial legislation similar
to what they have in other countries,
but of course adapted to our peculiar
wants or necessities.
Tho third and remaining grpat factor
In the problem that confronts us now is
tho trend of thought among the. people.
Wo are a nation where public .opinion
is the controlling and dominant element;
wu may as well recognize this fact, accept
tho situation, and put our house in order
accordingly. It is hard to forget the
silvor craze when Mr. liryon first ran for
I'resldent of the United States, and how
many good citizens who meant well,
but who do not think clearly, went wrong
on that subject, most of whom now realize
tho error of their ways. They have
learned better they have acquired more
The solution of this matter is that we
can trust" the good sense, sanity and
patriotism of tho American 'people to
decide wisely on the important problems
brought helore them for their decision
at tho ballot boxes. The great question
oeiore me .American people to-ttav is
who Is going to form public opinion?
Kor tho last few years that has been left
to a large degrpe to the demagogue, tho
muckraker and tho political spellbinder.
I hold it as tho duty of an American citizen
to do what h can to form nubile, onlnloti
on healthy, sane and right lines. Too
many of our people ore too much disposed
to stand aloof and cavil at politics, rather
man to enueavor. ny tneir personal in
fluence, to lemedy the defects that are
Now. as to vour lat question in recard
to a "boom," I would say without over-
looxing tne tact mat l sunjeci myseir to
frcat criticism in the statement that
believe we are just entering upon a
"boom" in business. In our lines which
are almost entirely embraced in articles
of utility, nothing, of fashion, nothing
mat goes out or style, notning mat can
be called luxury, hut implements with
which a man earns his living or tills tho
soil advances in price are coming so
fast that they are tumbling over one
another. It is difficult for the trade to
keep up with them it is a problem to
sell gooxls to-day at a sufllclently high
price to be able to buy them back to
morrow without loss.
I think it fair to say that you can put
me down as one who believes that there
is just a little "boonilet" across tho thres
hold of the door of commerce of this
country to-day, but which will rapidly
increase in size and spread all over the
land -from the Atlantic to tha Pacific
and from the Gulf to Canada.
ISTHMUS TRADE TREBLES.
rianrr Shonr HtiKr lirowlh In the
Lis at Knur Yrnrs,
Washington, Oct. 13. Commerce be
tween the east and west coasts of the
United States by way of the isthmuses
of Panama and Tehuantepec shows a
remarkable growth. Klgures Just made
public by the bureau of foreign and
domestic 'commorce of the Department
of Commerce and Labor show that thl.1
traltlc has trebled In value In the last
The chief growth In this coast to
coast tratllc has developed since the
opening of the Tehuantepec railway.
The total value of shipments from the
Atlantic roast ports to the Pacltlc coast
ports In the year ended .lune 30, 190S,
was $i;,T."iO,000, of which over J13.000.
000 passed by way of the Tehuantepec
road. By J912 the total had grown to
$69,300,000, of which a little over j:.5,
000,000 was by way of Tehuantepec.
Practically all of the sugar sent from
Hawaii to the east coast of the l'nlted
States goes by way of Tehuantepec and
forms considerably more than one-half
of the eastward movement of merchan
dise. The character of articles forming this
large tiattlc by way of the Isthmuses of
Tehuantepec and Panama Is shown by
a table Issued by tli division of statis
tics of the bureau of foreign and do
mestic commerce. This table shows that
of the $12,230,000 worth of merchandise
passing fruiii the Atlantic coast to the
Pacltlc ports of the l'nlted States In
July and August, 1912, Iron and steel
manufactures amounted to over 53,000.
000 and cotton manufactures to nearly
$2,000,u0o. The remainder, miscellane
ous articles in large variety, was chlelly
The merchandise from the Pacific
coast destined to the Atlantic ports In
cludes ugur from the Hawaiian Islands,
forming about one-half of the total of
$8,000,000 during the two months ended
August 31, 1912, the remainder being
chiefly fruits, canned vegetables, canned
salmon, wool, cooper ore and wines.
FAMILY OF 7 BECOME TRAMPS.
Ilraeiiril Half Mnrtril llrfssren llna
Iiiii nnd N'ess Iiiircli.
Harefoot and with their clothinB In
r.iRS, .lohn (Jreenllef, his wife anil live
children reached Saturday the home of
t'asp.ir KchulU. n farmer In Livingston,
three miles from Caldwell, N. J., on
their way from Kaston, l'a to New
burgh, N, Y.
The family of seven had had but little
to eat In the eight days they had been
on the road and had not even money to
buy a loaf of bread.
Greenllef had been out of work and
decided to go to a brother In New-burgh.
The family were fed and clothed on
the farm, nnd when they were ready to
continue their Journey money and rail
road tickets were procured for the
COLLEGE BOUGHT LEAKY YACHT.
L lillrrslt; nf I'rinisyls nnln Sue In
Recover I'nrt Payment.
PltlLADl'.l.i'llIA, Oct. 13, The Univer
sity of Pennsylvania lias entered suit
against Klisha Webb, ,lr., to recover part
or the 10,000 paid to him for tho yacht
Mermaid, wliloh was bought for use on
the exploration" trip to the Amazon Hiver.
Experts found t lint the Mermaid wns
unsea worthy and that it would cost
$.'3,00(1 to repair her. It Is asserted that
Webb only paid for tho boat a year
xr.w .iKiisKV ,xoti:s.h
CJKlni to objections ot (hurrh people in
the playing ot Un Itnnls on Hunilsy the
r.utley l.an Tennis ( luh voted to ills-
tontlnne the sport on lii.it dny.
The nt Milhndlst IJplscopal I'hurth at
Areola, N. .! . Wds dedicated rati'rdav, TV
lte. I)r (iconic ('. Wllilrlnx of Newark,
lllshop Wilson of New York and the Itev
A. K. Jl'llard preaching.
Th" .Mot.ttUIr I'eder.ttlon of Women's Or.
canlxutloni plans a "cleanup cefk," a "look
nrounil i ampalun" and . "linniv your low n
movement" and advocates th propir teach
ing of eilltnlc.s lo rhtldmi,
Willi a list of sliseiiiees from the S)mlr.
ton Tnnnihlp sthools, toniiiluliii Ihe names
of to boot of the truant offlicr anions
many others, County Huperlnlrmltnt Deiker
nil no'tlArd Dlitrlrt Clerk IH-puo that If
n Improvement Is not effected the State
money, will t withheld.
STEEL PRODUCTS FALL
Iir Iron tlic (.ily Hrnneli Tluit
Is Keeping Ahend of
PRICKS SHOW ADVANCE
Coke Sells nt Compnrcd
With 82.50 n Month Ago
nnd October 1.
Pimm-no, Oct. 13. Makers of pig
Iron nic the only producers In the Iron
and steel Industry who are keeping up
with the market. Crude steel nnd
finished steel product have fallen badly
behind In deliveries since mid-September,
with premium prices the result'
coke Iuih risen to "boom" figures; there
has developed n temporary ncarclty In
Iron ore nt merchant furnaces that Is
delaying some resumptions, but pig Iron
Is still available for prompt and future
delivery. The pig Iron market is dis
tinctly keeping Its hrHil during a period
that threatens to bring about a run
away nvirket In some steel lines.
Hessemer Iron was held to the It"
level the price reached on October 1
nil last week. In the face of sales of over
35,000 tons for forward shipment.
Basic Iron was steady at $lfi for prompt,
although buying Into the first half of
1913 brought out prices of $16.10 for
tlrnt quarter nnd $16.25 for second quar
ter. No. 2 foundry Iron, on sales of
22,000 tons, held nt $16 all these prices
being nt V.illey furnace?. Forge Iron
sold delivered Pittsburg at $16.30, or
$15.40 Valley furnace. Total sales for
the week In Pittsburg, Vallles and east
ern Ohio districts were In excess of
100,000 tons, the largest buyers being
the Cambria Steel, the American Steel
Foundries, the Vnungstown Sheet and
Tube and Standard Sanitary nnd Manu
facturing. Highly ier cent, of this ton
nage was for delivery after .laniinry 1,
A halt In the resumptions of one or
two Idle ftirnnces has been caused by
the discovery thnt the Independent In
terests me having difficulty gettlmt
prompt deliveries of high grade ore.t.
Some of these furnaces sold their stock
ores early In the present year, when
chances for resumption seemed remote,
and are unable to negotiate ftesh pur
chases without paying premium on the
lecocnlzed 1912 prices. Steel Interests
nrc husbanding their ore stocks.
Difficulties' In securing prompt deliv
eries of billets nnd bars curtailed pro
duction at Steel Corporation nnd Inde
pendent plants In Isolated cases last
week. The result has been a definite
rise In crude steel hessemer billets
selling up to $27, Pittsburg mill nnd hes
semer and open hearth sheet bars up to
$27.50. This latter price Is within half a
dollar of the otllclnl quotation for mer
chant bars and within $1.30 of the nom
inal price made by the mills on plates
nnd shapes, so that the position of some
of the Independent mills that are not
well protected on crude steel contracts
seems Insecure, even nt present finished
The Steel Corporation at the opening
of the week withdrew Its old mlnlmums
on merchant bars nntl shapes and plates
and named 1.40c. cs the new minimum
lor finished bars and 1.45c. for plates
; and structural material. This Is still $1
' n ton below the prices the Indepedent
mills have been asking for either prompt
or forward contracts. The great mass
of Inquiry pending, especially on plates
and shapes, ha threatened furthe price
advances, although the bigger men In
the Industry are warning producers
that for the present the limit In prico
ndvnnces has been reached, A Pittsburg
Independent took the lead nt the close
or the weeK in nuviiiicing wire nnu wire
products $1 a ton, to 1.55c. for plain
wire anil I 75c. for wire nails. The Steel
Corporation advanced the' price of blue
annealed sheets $1 a ton to 1.60c. and a
number of Independents lire asking $1
higher. A general advance In black
and galvanized sheets Is looked for.
More crude steel capacity, now near
Ing completion, will be In operation
within another month, relieving the raw
steel situation. Connellsvllle Interests
are doing their best to expand output
of furnace cuke. Standard furnace coke
for prompt shipment touched $3.25 at
I oven last week, as against $2.50 on Sep
tember 15 nnd $3 on October 1.
GAVE MOTHER-IN-LAW HOTEL.
It lit Still Mir Unilr Trouble, Snyn
en YnrLrr nl llrnn.
r.K.vo. New, Oct. IS". At the close of
lengthy testimony by Harold Wltbeck,
soda water manufacturer, of Mlllerton,
l'oughliecpsle nnd Brooklyn. In his di
vorce suit against Florence G. Wlt
beck, Judge Moran continued tho case
untl Wltbeck produces more evidence
to support his chnrge that his wife wil
fully deserted him.
She filed suit for separation In the
Poughkeepsle court In March, 1910,
charging cruelty. Wltbeck said he did
not know positively whether or not the
suit had been dismissed. He testified
he gave her half of his possessions nnd
n large amount nf money, but did not
disclose the amount.
He said her folks threatened his life.
and blamed her mother for till their
trouble. To get rid of his mother-in-
law, he said, he bought a hotel for her
In Mlllerton, but she still made trouble,
The couple were mnrrled February 7
1009, and have no children. The wife
wns a Miss Grogan of Ilalscy street,
WORKING TO GET ETT0R JURY.
Menu while four Aecrplrtl Men Are
Jo I n I'lensnnt Imprisonment,
Sai.km, M.iss., Oct. 13. To-morrow
niornlii' the Government "111 lenevv Its
endeavor to compli-ln a Jury In the easo of
.luseph ,1. r.ttnr, Arluio filovMiinlttl anil
.biM-pli Cirtiso, iiceu'ed of enniillelty In
the murder of Mrs. Annie Lopeizl In i
stilke i lot .it Lavvience on .lann.ii'y Jft,
Only four nf the ;ioll called uu the fits
vinlie ipialtfleil. and so nnothrr 350 have
l"'i n runnnorii d lo repnit .Mnmliiy morn-
The trl.it linrt to ho hailed twelve days
In ioiiiiiI uu new talesmen. During this
period (if pnntpoiieineut the four Junns
siliT'pd vveie virtually piisoners of the
St.tte. They vein not Hlliiv.nl tn go Imiie
or lo talk with or iiiiiii'o.ieh imyiioclv lint
J t tie- two deputy sheriffs- t 'ho lies A. Sal-
tsiiury stiii i;uen 'i iirneKeit--vvim itavo
been their eiulodl.ins nlKht Hliil d.l.v. .
They have oeetnijrrl ritams lu h local
linlel, Imii, playeil raids mill t'hrekeiK,
lead oil the lalest hnnka nnd mtigiizlnes,
alteiided mnvliut picture shows and gone
on tmlley. rides. Jlhey nre drawlns double
pay U6) at the rat of 3 for svery day
ud 12 tor every night
ttKAf. KMT ATI; AT AtTTION,
WOODMERE IAY PLOTS.
TrnnMt nnd tlvlnir renditions nv
rhtnir, hut Ihrrr Is only a HmllM Amount
of land facing the WAIrr. It 1 ton lAle
fur nAltire In iliAngf Ihls nonr Inratlon
with wnlrr frnnt ArtvntifAKtft will utinw
thr lArjtcM enhsnremrnl In vslue. as inn
Mipplv is being lessened dAlly he the par
rhuslng nf this kind ot property by the
people vhn know
In this rls are the ss home sites to hs
sold At Absolute Auction sle on next
NAiurdav, October til, ai Uoodmcre, At
? P. M., on the premises. ,
Cnme to the Mle. Tho Sd"i mnrtist"
nlll enable you to secure a M.nnn pint of
Ave lots (orMYirAsh nd only $300 of this
InbepAldon the day nt IhesAle. Hankers,
lawyers, donors and the best hiistness
men of New York now located here. And
remember At this .MlsOt.UTK AtTTION
.st.r, you will mAke the prices every
hint nlTered wilt he sold Absolutely to the
hlfhest bidder, without reserve.
Send for p.irllrulArs to
WOOIIMI'.KK HKAI.TT COM TIN T,
Hi llrnadwny, .V. Y, flty, or
.fOSKMI P. DAT
31 Nassau HI., N, Y, city.
UK A I. KSTATK KOH SAI.K Westchester Co.
The lloine Spot ot PcAiitlful Wesicheater.
"On the rtldce In New Itorhelle."
Located In the hills nt heAUtlful West
Chester. et It has the convenience and Im
provements of the cl l v,
Property restricted, with home sites of
varying sires. A home epporltinlty and en
vironment worlhv nt
careful conslderailon. fl II
llonklel on request. U. if Vf
On premises or f yWnfiHTtnhtu
M Nassau St. N. Y C.W 77
Phone 541 Tort
It M KltHAI.l:. ON. HUDSON
Pefldence riots on highest land
In New ork 1'lty. Ileached
In 3S mlnules from Cd .Street
by any one of thtee routes
DKI.AFIKLD r.STATK, INC.,
37 Cedar Street. New York.
PKIJIAM MANOR, N. Y.
For .laic at less than original cost of buildings,
unusually desirable estate or five and one-halt
acres In choicest section nf I'elham Manor. For
plans and further parlleulArs Apply to
I'AYNON Mrl.. MKlllUM..
4f4l 5th As., nrar 4lt, Nen York City.
Telephone. 7417 llrjant.
QUEENS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Snrronndlng the KKtr station.
18 minutes front Pcnn. Terminal
, NEW HOUSES
Prices JT.7.V1 to Slt.no on convenient terms.
Write for details, plans, v;s, 4r.
Marhrldge Hide.. Ilrnnduav. ror 31th St.. N. Y
Telephone (Jreeley S2.W.
TO l.r.T FOR llt'SINESS lTRPOSh's.
Loft to Let
IA.IOo Square l'eet
S. E. cor. B'way A 19th St.
WILLIAM MKTI'.K CO.
sTotttis. n st:ui:NTs & i.orrs.
.w-tt West 31st Kt
121-12.-. West 15th St.
;S-..T! West K St
I. SACHS. IS Wct 2M St
DEAD WITH WOUND OVER HEART
roller Arrrait llriilhrr-ln-lnvT A tier
Flnillnar HrtillnsUI'a llmlr.
I.udwls Bcullnskl. 32 years of ape, a
carpenter, of Second street nnd War
burton avenue. Hay Side, Qticcn, was
found stabbed to death In an alley near
his home yesterday morning- He had
been killed by a Knife thrust over the-4
heart. There was no weapon found
near the body.
The police learned that Iteullnslil and
Henry Hlchter of First street and
I.nmartine avenue, Hay Side, had had
an nltercatlon a short while before
neullnsUI was found dead. They went
to Klchtcr's home to question him cori
crrnlii the IlKht nnd found that he was
not there. It was said that ho had not
been home all nlsht.
Hlchter was arrested yesterday after
noon by Detective Toomey of Brooklyn
headquarters, half a mile from his
home. 11" wns iirralKncd later In the
day before Magistrate Fitch nt Klu&h-
lm; and held without ball for further
examination on Wednesday.
The police clnlm tluit two years ago
Rtchter married a sister of thn dead
man and thnt the two men had not been
friendly, ns ncullnskl did not consider
Hlchter good enough for his sister.
GIBSON TO REMAIN IN HAVANA.
Itrnnpnliitinriit a llrproof
Trnnlilr SreUlnii Culmtia,
.Washington, Oct. 13. An aftermath
of the assault upon HiikIi Glhsan.ChnrRe
d'Affalres of the American Legation In
Havana, hy a Cuban newspaper repor
ter came to-day In the announcement
at the Slate Department that Mr. G'b
sun's appointment to be Secretary of
Legation nt Brussels has been revolted
nnd he Is reappointed Secretary nt
The chief purpose of thl,s reappoint
ment of Mr. Gibson to the Havana post
Is to remove nny possible excuso for the
charge already made In Cubn that Mr.
Gibson was being transferred from that
post because his conduct as Charge
d'Affalres had been unsatisfactory to the
Department of State. The fact Is that
the Brussels post was given him by the
Department ns a promotion nnd as a re
ward for his efficient and capable work
Arthur M. Bcaupre, Minister In Cubn,
In a recent visit to the Department,
pointed out that the transfer ot Mr.
Gibson would furnish the Cubans who
had been attacking him and his Gov
ernment through tho press nn oppor
tunity tn gloat. Tho reappointment of
Mr. Gibson will, It Is believed, be con
vincing of the regard In which his ser
vices In. Havana nre held by the Wash
Kdwnrd Bell, who was Second Secre
tary at Havana, will be attached to the
I.atln-Amerlcan division of the Stnto
Department, and ,1. Butler Wright, now
attached tn that division, will go to
Brussels ns Secretary.
NO PROTECTION FOR MORMONS.
Mrilcnn Cnvpriiniriit Will Not Af
ford II, nj Uraiinlc lira,
V a r 1 1 1 N oton, Oct. 13, -Protect Ion ro
Miicsted of the Mexican Government by
the United Sfateson behalf of the Mormon
refugees from northern Mexico hns not
been afforded, according to despatches
received at the Slate Department to-day.
I tjlen, Aubert nnd Tollez hnvo been asked
i to rov d troops to protect tho Mormons
most of whom am farmers, along tho
.Moxicun Noithwesietn ilnilrnad, hut the
I troops havn not been forthcoming, The
I Mormon refusees uiu nMremely anxious
I to. gel buck to their farms, from which
tliJ-y wete driven by depredations of the
jrotiels last summer 'I hey say that if
llivy nil nui uauis in uii'ir jiiiivea mun
all theircrops w ill he a total loss,
.triie Banking of the town of A'alle de
Brlavo by rebels in tho Stale of Mexico
w4 rtportad to Ue Deptutmtut to-liy,
I.OMI ISLAM) nr.M, KSTATE rOR MML
OCTOBER IN THE OPEN
This Is one of the tniist enjoyable And
PThllnrntlmt months of the year In Ihe
suburbs, The ntittiitm lined folinve. the
peculiar clenrness of I he spring-fed lakes,
the sunny skle and golden ounsets at.
IUsliorr, l.nnK Island
complete n delightful seenc. both varied
and charming and one Hint never tires,
Why not sea for joutself this picturesque,
health-giving suburban home community;
Our 1913 Series of Bungalows
InrlurflitK large. roomT
hints, range In
In orlre rromaa.fiou. n.ooo.
4, ami, n, nob, nM,4mi up to ttia.iinoi
many nf Ihem now sufllclently advanced
ror jour inspection,
WIIV NOT SIXUHK OXK NOW?
Write for np of Hook let No. 4, which
will be promptly mallei).
T. It. ACKERSON CO.
"Developers nf (holer I'roperlles and
llullrirrs nf Houses nf Merit"
New York Offices) 1 West 34th St.
A BKAUTIFtH HOMK on 1-3 acre of
ground In one of thn most delightful parts
of the North Shore of l,ong Island, 45
minutes, from Now York, for sale at very
rossonablo jprleo and under satisfactory
conditions. The housoeontains 7 liedrooms
nnd 3 Irtths: appointments are luxurious
and thoroughly up to date; splendid fer
tile)' grounds surround the property, which
is located on an elevation overlooking
one of the most beautiful nartfl of tho
. Sound, commanding fine panoramic vlows
or tho WewtcbPKter county lillis: excellent
mooring for largo and small yachts;
Iwithing pavilion nnd private, dock privi
leges; the neighborhood is exclusive and
refined; no more attractive home for tho
prico can lie found on the North Shore,
Photographs and description from
H. OStJOOI) l'KIX A. CO.,
Tel. 5610 rtrynnt. 542 Fifth Ave.
GARDEN CITY HOMES
$8,000 to $36,000
Twelve new ones lust completed ready for
occupancy. Thoroughly modern, exclusive In
design, of hest construction. See (iAitl)KN
I'lTY' KIltST hefore you are talked Into some
ntHer pl-.ce. Full particulars hy mall, telephone
or personal call from
GAGE E. TARBELL
320 Fifth Ave., Corner 32nd Street
Telephone W Uadlson Square.
An Ideal Home
In H.strlcted Section
Within 20 minutes of I'enn. Station: plot
0s.ino: house 2 J no: pl.ir.js a feet wide: living
room20lt:dlnlni;room,isxl.l: kltthen. 11x13;
larce Initler's pantry and refrigerator enclos
ures; 4 master nedrooinv den and sewing
room: tiled vestibule ar.d hathrnom; combina
tion electric II crht and cis tlx lures; Installation
for pneumatic rlcanlnc: laundry and toilet In
cellar: birch and vrhltcwood trim thrmiKtiottt:
with parquet floors: hot water heatlnu ssstcm;
price (w.ow; terms. HU rah, balance as rent.
OVVNIMt. hot. 72 Sun orr.ee.
UUKOl'till OF IlltOUKLYN FOR SALE.
llFFOIti: ANOTIIFtt 114, Y see those splen
did nne-famlly i:asy-l!m:elcccpliig Homes In
Mth St.. between llth and I2lh Avs., Ilrooklyn,
Rverythlng top-notch but the price and lerms.
Only S0.7SO. JSH down, balance x.15 monthly
covcilnr pilncliial and Interest, You can't beat
them In New- York
IA3 Kcmsra St., Ilronklyn, N. T.
3U0 STi:itl.lN! SIIIEET
Near Nostraiul Ave.
Modern hay window brownstonc. full width;
s ronmsand bath. Ilaidwnod trlm.eleclrlellEht.
parquet floors. Ijirce rear porch nnd beautiful
m:I.TY ASSOCIATES. Owners.
12 Itemsen St.. Ilrooklyn. '
Ahore 14th St., East Side.
969 Park Ave.'
N. E. Cor. 82d Street.
New 12-Stcry Fireproof
Now Ready for Occupancy.
r-'outh and West exposure: all
Improvements: open fireplaces
tor wood tires; Sen ants' stair
ways; private Itoof Garden
with top floor apartments,
9 to 14 Rooms, 3 and 4 Baths
Rents $2,800 to $5,500
PEASE & ELLIMAN,
340 Madison Ave.
Tel. 62O0 Bryant.
SCO Madiion Ave.. Cor. 52rJ St.
Cctner Apartment of Eleven Roomt
Alio one cf Eight Roomt
Rentals $4,000 and $2,400 Reip:ctively
Telephone J. H. Moran. 1026 Plaza.
Above 14th St.. West StU.
135 West 58th St.
Ml UNUSUAL NEW APARTMENT BELOW SITH ST.
12 Rooms, 4 Baths $4,5OO-$5,50O.
One Apartment to Floor.
Living room and dining room 50 fret long,
giving exceptional apace for entertaining.
DOUGLAS L. I'.LLIMAN A CO.. 421 Madison Ave.
tat 18th St.) or on premises.
NLA It C. I'. WltST.
Newly decorated. 7 large, light rooms, hath: all
modern Improvements, near subway, "L" and 8
carllnes;rcnts.tutn JO. Apply toSuperlnlendenl,
no West nttth St., or .1. POItrlllt SHANNON. 131
1.1.1-1.11 Vveat 42th
Through to 4Bth Nt.
New addition now rompleted.
rxeepilonally furnished apartments, with pri
vate bath, from S10 to lis ner week. Two room
Suites, IIS to 124 per week. Transient rates
itoom, wiin private pain, trom 11. io per day up
ward. HOHACF. It SHARKS, Trop.
S. W. Cor. MttdihoiLAv. and 2Dth St., offers
n few desirable suitea of parlor, bedroom
and bath. At very attractive prices by
the neanon or year. ,
EDWAJID I'UHCIIAS, Manager.
J5TH sr.. ni.TWKK.y trn a v. and ifway.
A home for refined people appreciating high
class service; spacious apailments. luxuriously
furnished, at icasuiiably moderate rates. In
spection solicited, 1). P. Illll'llli:, prop.
170 WEST 74TH ST.
Two blocka from express stations of
subwar or elevated; a new family hotel;
oer Kin rooms, exceptionally Una and
light: unusual closets; suites of every ilia;
tenuis from torn per annum; rented only
by tho year, unfurnlihad.
HKAi, estate ran balk wteheitrr.
The Home Spot nf lleaatlful Wrstrhestrr,
"On Ihr llldgr In Nrw Rorhrltr."
Combines the advantages nf an out nf town
home and the conveniences and Improve
ments nf the clly.
Wykagvl Park Is Ihe home of th' New
Itnchelle Tennis Club and dlrerly Adjoins the
Wykagvl (inlf Club.
TO nun. from (irand Central Nlatlnn. via
N. V.. N. II, ft II. It. It.
The Wvksrvl station nf Ihe N. V.. West A
flnstnn It. It. Is within S tnln. walk. Trains
every io mm.
Booklet on request.
On nrem sea
er St Nassau HI
, Y, C,
Phone I4 Cert,
NKV JERSEY RrAI, ESTATE rOR fAML
owner will sacrifice modern 14 room I
house, one acre ploi. All city conven
iences. On I).. 1. it W. It It., less than
on" hour from Hroadway. Address!
ATTOHNKY, P. O. Ilox 381, N. Y. Clly. I
n.tncAi.N in i'i.AiNFiixn
For ihe Dlsrrlmlnailng;
tlrand new hanrtsnme (lu ellln,-. 1 Isrve .M,,
trimmed In exquisite hardwoods: beautiful ex-
icuon a ujen oains, larce piazzas, an anunnance
nf closeta, handsome piumblne fixtures, riecora-
llAn ,nH llV..ln. A.,... ...!.. ..,rv,.
sewers and all Improvements; exce'cillnily"(:ooii
.iuiiii.m, chi;ap iiut thr rntcE.
ONLY in.fon. TI'ltMH TO SUIT.
COMPAIlt: WITH ANY Ita.ono HOUSP.
AIM'j.Y ON PltF.MISKS
PLAINPIF.I.n CONSTniKTION CO.
Shermar, and tirant A vs.. I'lalnfirld, N, J.
Or Itoom 637, 32 Nassau St., N. Y.
TEXAS REAL KSTATK fOB BALK.
FOlt SAt.K -10 acres Irrigated land, all under
cultivation: located on tne Donna proposition In
df firms or me n o ttranoe. one m p rrom
tsno.ouo surar mill and 2 miles from lionna.
Texas. Will sell at a bargain, as It Interferes
witn my practice. Address nr. M, vv MOIKiAN,
.Mount v crnon. mil.
THE I'KOPLK OK TUB STATU or NKW
YORK, by the raer of Cod free and tndenend-
ent. To I'rlah Franklin Harrison. Thomas
tarrisnn. jnnn irvinr Harrison, Kunlce Ul",
IjtdA Henderson. Fannie C'ave. Ylrirlnla lint
llsier. Adeline Harrison. Joeph Ijingtry, hnlle
1-anctrv and .toe Hob Cave, the executor, heirs
ana next or inn or cnaries Lewis Harrison, de
ceased. SKXI) (lltFKTIN'd!
Whereas. Joe Hob Cave of the cltv nf Dallas.
State nf Texas, has lately applied to the Surro-
kbio a l ouri or our i Qiinty or .cw ) orK. to nave
a certain Instrument In wrltlni- rrlatlnr tn both
real and personal property, duly proved as the.
last Will and Testament ot Charles I-cls Har
rison, late of the County of New York. dcreRM-d.
Therefore you and each of you are cited to appear
before thr .Surrogate of our County of New York,
at his office In Ihe County of New York, on Ihe
23th day of November, one thousand nine hundred
and twelve (10121 at half-past ten o'clock In the
torcnoon or mat uay. men anu tnerr in attend
thr probate of the said last Will and Trslament.
And such nf you as are hereby cited, as are un
der the aae of twentv-onr years, are rcoultcd
to appear by your guardian. If you have one.
or ir ynu nave none, to appear anil apply ror nne
to be appointed, or In the event of your neglect
or failure to do so, a guardian will be appointed
by thr Kurroratr tn represent and act fur ou
In the proceeding. x
lu testimony whereof, we have caused the
,-eai ot tne .lurrogair s rourt or tne said ( nunty
ftf New York It, tip lierennli, nfnietl. W'lm.i.
Hon. ItOlll'.ItT l.tHJUtW I'OWl.r.lt. n Surrogate
of our said County of New York, nt said Cnunty.
the isth day of September In the year of our
i-orvi one tnuusami nine nundred and twelve.
DANICt, J. DOVVDNKY.
II.. H. Clerk nf the Surrogate's Court.
THH PKOPU: OF Tilt'. STATH OF NRW
vOHK.by i he I, race or tod Jrec anil Independent.
To Hermann Friend, Herbert It. llvatt, Clarrnce
i:. llaldwln. 1.. Onslow nalUHin. Daniel llaldnln,
Kmma llaldnln Wright. Cornelia Ilaldwln Damon
Aletta Ilaldwln. IHIsha Ilaldwln. llatlle Ilaldwln
Olivia II. llrvant. Frank Ilaldwln. Aletta C. While
Charles Ilaldwln and Kdgar II. Ilaldwln. the heirs
and nest of kin of Aaron S. Baldwin, deceased.
send greeting: Whereas, Duncan A. Doble of the
Cltyol New ork has lately applied lo the Surro
gate's Court of our County of New York, to have
a certain Instrument In writing, relating to both
real and personal property, duly proved as the
last Will and Tetamenl of Aaron S. Ilaldwln, lale
of the County of New York, deceased, Therefore
you and each of ou are cited to appear before
ihe Surrogate of our County of New ork. at his
omce in the County or New ork. on Die 7ih rtav
nf November, one thousand nlnr hundred and
twelve, at halr-nast ten n clock In the forenoon
of that dav, then and there tn attend the probate
of thr said last Wilt and Testament. And such
of you as are hereby cited, as are under the agt
of twenty-one years, are required to appear by
ynur guardian. If you have one. or If you have
none, to appear and apply for one in he appointed,
or In the event of our neglect or failure to do s'o.
a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate lo
represent ahd act for vou In the proceeding. In
testimony vv nereor. vvc nave causea tr.e seal of
tne surrogate k court or tne sam i omity or .New
York to ne Hereunto am sen witness. Hon
ltohert Ludlow Fowler, a Suirogato of our said
County of New York, at said County, the lOfh dav
of September, In the year of our Ijird one thouand
nine hundted and twelve Daniel J. Doudney,
cierK or tne nurrugmic s i ourt.
SKALKD BIDS will be received by the Hoard
nf Water Supply, at Its offices, seventh Door. MS
Hroadway, New York, until II A. XL. on Tuesday,
October TJ. 11)12. for CONTRACT 131. for the con
struction ot maintenance buildings at Krnilco
The contract comprises a keeper's house and
office, about 44 feet by 40 feet In plan, with plumb
tng. steam healing apparatus and wiring Ihiough
out for electric lights, stable, garage, workshop,
nil house and Icehouse. All the buildings will
have rubble masonry foundations and super
structures except the Icehouse, where the super
structure will be of wood. All roofs, except Ice
house, 'a 111 be slate. Tho work Is located In the
town of North Castle, Wrtlchcstcr county, New
At Ihe above place and time the bids will bo
fiubllcly opened and read. Pamphlets containing
nformallon for bidders and contract drawings
may be obtained at the above address hy deposit
ing the sumof,ten dollars (110 ) for each pamphlet.
ror runner particulars sec information jor tuu
ders. CHAni.F.S STnAt'SS. President.
CHAItLKS N. CHADW1CK.
JOHN F. GAI.VIN.
Commissioners of the Hoard of Water Supply.
JOSL'PH F. MOItlllSSI'.Y.
rUHMSHED BOOMS TO LET.
7TTH ST.. 140 WEST Attractive rooms, single
or en suite; private bath; newly renovated and
fcOTll. 7ft WF.ST Front sitting room and bed
room: Hght; Improvements; suitable two; 110.
lirrifST SUBWAY IBM Itlverslde
single or en suite; Ml
UOHNINGSIDK DIUYF. WF.ST, 88.
Attractive rooms; conveniences; board optional.
48TH. 10 FAST Kxeellent large room, also
tulle; private baths; cuisine; one smaller room,
1I4TH ST., S2(l WF.ST-One large room, south
em exposure: excellent table.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALK.
WANTF.D Ily reliable, temperate peraon, fair
education, good address, some experience, pom
Hon tn represent some good flrni as travelllni
man: South preferred: reference given. Loci
box 2a. Chatham, N. Y.
BAI.KH IIY AUCTION.
I SHALL sell on Oct. Hand IS at ft P. XI. a fin
collection of Postage Stamps nt the Collectors
Club. 11 Park Place. WAI.TLIt 8. SCOTT, Auc
tioneer DAYIDSON. MANN MANN, auctioneers, sell
Imtiorled bronres, oil paintings, rugs and art
ware evenings this week, 11.17 Hroadway, New
NAT. ItOGF.HS ii CO.. auctioneers, sell Im
ported Japanese high art. etc., evenings October II
1(1 IK, in Fast 14th t
SOUGUKS 4 IIF.ICIL auctioneers, tell evenings
iniporiea art gooaa ann ou pamiiugs as iwii i.ast
ISin St., liciourr li lU'iw.
I), SHAPIIIO sells dally and evenings at Hill
Hroadnny. urookiyn, Japanese art anu tiric-a
H. MISI'.L. auctioneer, sells Saturday evenlag,
Oct, 18. at 121 Park row, oil paintings, bric-a-brac,
L. Fllll'.I)I)i:i!(l sells evenings brle-a-bran and
oil pain Ints week of Oct, II at I3J7 Hrocdway,
H. GOHDON. auclloneer, sells evenings, 3SJ
Grand t.. Japanese bric-a-brae and art goods,
M SHUHKIN. auctioneer, sells evenings Japa
nese goods, at 1112 3d nv,
J. S. API'I'.L. auctioneer, sells Japanese brlc-a-brao
and oil paintings evenings, Wna 3d a v.
J. DINGER, auettonier, sells evenings Japanese
aeU. eU ftklMiab 4ko, at M Avmim &
THE WEATHER FORECAST
WASHINGTON rilBnTC'TlON'S FOU
TO-DAY ANTi TO-MOtt'tOW.
I'nr eastern XriT York, nrrnprntly
fnlr tn-ilny nnd In-mnrrovr I light tn
nindrrnte snrlnhtr rrlnils.
For New F.ngland. generally fair
and to-morrow; moderate west and
west winds, becoming variable.
Kor New Jersey, generally fair to-day and
to-morrow; light variable wind".
NEW VOHK, Oct. 14, The storm that
wna reported south of Cuba has moved to
wcatward nnd Is likely tn he heard from
tn tho western llulf of Mixlcn In the lit xt
day or two. The seennd storm over Illinois
on last Saturday has moved rapidly over
the lake regions to the mouth of the 81.
Lawrence Hlvrr and was attended by rain
In the Htitea bordering on the hikes. Falr
wealher prevailed yesterday In nearly nil
parl nf the country except for a few scat
tered showers In the Southwest It wai
rmer west of the Alleghany Mountain,
and cooler In Ihe lake regions and Atlantic
In this clly th day was fair and slightly
cooler, with northwest winds. Average
humidity, 53 per cnt ; hirometer, corrected
tn read In sea level, at S A, M Z1.12: I I'.
M , .io.:t,
The temperature In this city yesterday, as re
corded hy the official thermometer. Is shown In
Ihe annexed tabic:
1012. 1911. 1 1012.
0 A. M .. Ml" 4I P. M. n."
: m M' n p. m . si'
3 P. M. ai' ll Mid M
l-ouest temperature SI, at 7 A, M,
Wrnthrr I'orreaal tor t'ottnn ltnt(i.
Fnr North Carolina, occasional rains to
day and probably to-morrow; colder to-day
In eastern nnd southern portions; moderate
Fnr South Carolina, local rains and colder
to-day. tn-mnrrow rain! light to moderye
northeast and east winds.
Fnr Georgia, ruin to-day and probably '
to-morrow, mlder to-day In eastern and
southern portions; moderate winds, mostly
northeast and east.
For Alabama, rain to-dny and probably
to-morrow, northerly winds Increasing and
becoming brisk to hlsti on the toast.
For Mlsslselppl, fair In northern, rain In.
southern portion to-dayi to-morrow rain,;
northerly wlnda Increasing und becoming
brisk tn high on the (.oast.
Fnr Louisiana, rain to-day except fair In
northwest portion, to-morrow rain: northerly
winds becoming brisk to high over southern
For eastern Texas, fair to-day except ratn
near the coast, to-morrow rain except fair
In northwest portion; brisk to high north
erly winds near the const.
Fnr western Texas, fair to-day except
showers mm, I vvarmir In extreme western
portion: to-morrow fair.
I'or Oklahoma, fair to-day and to-morrow;
little change In temperature.
For Arknnsas, fair to-day and. probably
For Tennessee, fair to-day; to-morrow
For Kentuck. fair to-day and to-morrow
MINIATl'ftK ALMANAC THIS DAY.
Runrbes. .s(l Sun sets .5:lJMoon rises.
HIGH WATF.lt THlrt DAY.
All A SI
Sandy Ifk .,vov.Islend. lu:3;i Hell Gate .,!:
I.OVV v ATlvIl THIS DAY.
Sandy 1I'I;3 41l(iov.lland
Arrlred-St'NDAY. October 13.
FSs Caledonia, Glasgow. October i. wtl sou.ntist
of Fire Island at 12. ii this morning.
S .Mar.ucvlile, III i M. Fort Antonio. October .
SsNcJcrland, U3(i P. M Itottcrdam, Septem
Ss Korona, s P. XL, St. Thomas, Oct. .
Ss llylas. s::u f. XL, Liverpool, September U.
Sn Itottcrdam, from Itottcrdam. October (.
was southeast of Fire Island at a:0 I". M.
Ss San tdorglo, 2 I'. M.. Almerla, October 3.
Ss Coil, t A. Si., Vigo, September 2s.
Ss Irglnla, 7.IU A, XL. Almerla. September IT.
Ms An tare, IMS F. M. (Saturday). Antllla,
Ss Grenada, 0 jj A. XL, Grenada. October A.
Ss ( lt nf St. Loul. Savannah, October 10,
Ss Princess Anne, Norfolk, October 12.
fc Delaware, Philadelphia, October 12.
SUI.F.n FltOM FOUKIGN PORTS.
Ss Xlaurrtanla, from Quecnstown for New York,
ss Kalsrrhi Augusic Victoria, from Cherbourg
for New Xork.
.1 in I' M
I nil P xt
a (U l xt .
in nn A xt
:i ui p m
3 in l' xt
3 m v M.
3 00 F XU
ill Oil A XI
in (i A M
12 no xt
1 () ) Xt
S (Si F XI
3 UU P Xt
ft en a M
12 on xt
12 00 XI
2 in P XI
11 on A xt
I in P ll
3 on P XI
Filer, St. Kilts Hon AM
XtaroHlJue, Trinidad li:i'i. xt
Ouondaga, llrunsw Icl. .. .
.IcITerson, Norfolk .
Mali To morrow .
Kronprlnr Wllhelm, Hremca 0 .to A Xt
Alllanca. Colon. . II .VIA Xt
Tnlmjoz. Natal . 11 .'IO A Xt
Chlne-e Pilncc. Santos.. . uiioXl
ruih. Xloutcvldeo. .12KIXI
lt ndam. Itottcrdam .... ..
C of St. IrfiuN, Savannah,., . . .
I'rinccss Anne, Norfolk
Sail Wr.lnedav. October l.
Queen llelcne, Montevideo.. 3m. M
siaiacaiDo, iji t,ua) ra. . a:j.m
Zjicbii.i. Colon. ., vi AO A Xt
llcrmudlan, Hermuda . ... 12IOXI
Ancnna, Naples .,
Due To day.
Doehra Hiirnos Ayres, Sept. 11
P. dcr Ncdcrlandcn Fort Spain.. .. icpLja
Sanilac Tamplco Oct. IV
Malan.'as Tamplcn Oct. A
Venela Marseilles .... Sept. 27
Tcnnson llarbados. ,. . t)ct. 7
Harry Luckenbach. . . Snn.liian Oct, 11
I'rlnr Fried. Wllhelm . Iliemcn .... Oct. ft
Vadcrland Vntvvcrp Oct. .1
Chicago Havre Oct, .1
Mir ma. Lilian Oct. 1
Xlluiicapolls Ixiudou ... Oct. .
Ilcrmudlsn Hermuda . . . Oct. 12
Dunstan ... Manans .. Sept. 27
Wesierwald. Inagua Oct. in
Vlgllancla Nassau. Oct. It
Altai Santa Marta Oct. S
Cnamo San Juan, . Oct. ti
Proteus New Orleans.. Oct. 9
I Due To morrow .
Kaiser Wllhelm II. . ..Hrcmcn Oct. a
I Morro Castle Havana Oct. 12
('olon Cristobal . ..Oct, 11
Oscar II Chrlstlansand, . Oct, A
Slxaola Kingston . . . Oct. to
Georgian Liverpool Oct, 4
City of Atlanta Savannah Oct. 1;
(Voppename . .. Paramaribo. ,,, Oct, .1
Hamilton Norfolk Oct. II
St. Paul. Southampton... Oct. 0
ChlcagoClty Swansea . Oct. 2
Florlde. Dunkirk. . . Sept. 2)
Prior Joachim Hoeas del Toro.. Oct. S
President Grant Hamburg . ,Oct, .1
Campania Liverpool Oct, n
Taormlna Naples Oct. 4
Carpathla Falcrmn Oct. t
Fugcnla Algiers ,Oct. I
l'ranlum, .... llnllcrdam. ..Oct, 3
Xladlson. . .. Norfolk . .Oct. 13
ny Marrnnl YVIreleaa,
Ss Yaderland, for New York was 770 miles east
ot Sandy Hook at I' 12 A. XL veiteida
Ss Xllnncapolls, for New Xnrk. was 710 mMt
east nf Sandy Hook at A, XI,
Ss llotterdnm. for New ork, was ltd miles earl
of Sandv Hook at mw.
Ss I'rlnz Frlnlrlch Wllliclm, for New Y01I;, was
3011 miles cast nf Sandv llnok at noon.
DAILY:: SUNDAY:: BYENISO
A D VBRTISBMENT5 ami oror.
tloat mty ItU tt t fti attic:
where re rales are th umtaithn
chart "' "fce.
Nrw York I'lryWall Street men may
leave subscriptions and advertisements
at the Wall Slreel office. 21 Ilroad & tree I.
Telephone J2O0 Hrekman 1S4 Hi,, !
way, near 37th Street. 24) West 12Slh
Livingston Street, near
Newark, N. .1. Frederick K. Snmmer.
sio ilroad St. Telephone MM Market.
Itnatnn. Mass. Itoom 29 Globe nutldlD;
Washington Street T. P. Harrison.
Chicago. III. 410 Sieger Oulldlng Chai
Atlantlo City, N. J.-Walter E. Edg.
Landan, England Darland Special
Agency. 3 Begem Street.
Wa - .- f"' ' aTiLM