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THE SUN; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
CHORUS THE LAWYERS
Who's Who in the Appeal Wide
ly Discussed by Trio of
1IAHT ADMITTEDLY OUT
Whitman Recognizes Only At
torney of Record in Deal
ings With Defence.
"I shall appear before a Supreme Court
Justice." wxl J Joseph A. Shay, attorney,
of 25 llroad Htreet, last night, "and argue
for n new trial for Lieut. Becker on the
p-ounds that we have new evidence that
shows that Sam Hoheppa was on the
scene of the murder of Rosenthal and
(11 us one at the passengers in the murder
car " !
"I recognize no' other lawyer aa being
of counsel for Becker," said John F. Mo
Intyro in on adjoining ofllco about the
name time, "until Becker or his wife tell
me that they have retained someone with
whom I am to act as associate counsel.
As I do not recognize any other lawyer
a being In the case now, I certainly shall
refuse to turn over any papers, exhibits
or other data to any attorney until I
loam that one has been retained."
I am Becker's counsel," said Louis J.
(irant of 99 Nassau street ' yesterday,
paring my conference with Becker.
!at Tuesday we talked over even the
amount of the fee. I am to have a con
ference this evening with John Becker
and nome day this week I shall go to Sing
Sins and confer with Becker himself
about hi appeal "
"I ceased to be the attorney of record
automatically," said John W. Hart, "as
soon as the Becker trial was over."
"There i9n't any attorney of record in
the case now," Mr. Mclntyre said about
the same time.
"I am the attorney. of record," said Mr
Shay when this was repeated to him, "and
1 shall prove it by getting a written re
tainer from the Beckers just to show to
"John W. Hart is the attorney of record
so far aa this office is concerned," said
District, Attorney Whitman. "We have
not been served with a notice of appear
ance or notice of substitution, and until
we are we shall continue to sorve all
papers In the case on Mr. Hart as attornoy
"1 know nothing about Mr. Shay having
been retained in the case except what
I've heard casually," said Mr. Molntyre.
"Mr. Shay says you called him up
last week to ask him." said a reporter,
"whether or not he had been retained.
He said he told you he had and that then
you asked him to come to your office to
talk over the work on appeal and that
he had done so and talked the case over
"Well." said Mr. Molntyre hesitatingly,
"I shouldn't put it as strong as that,
I rflrl mil him un on the teleohone. I re
member, and he told me something about
Mrs. Becker having talked wun mm
for some time about the caso. He didn't
say he had accepted a retaining fee or
that one naa neen onerea to mm.
"Mrs. Becker offered me a fee. but I
didn't accept it at the time." said Mr.
Shnv "Imraimn first I wanted to look
into. the case. But now I have been
retained and have been supplied with
a record of the case and have gone over
IMS pages of it to-day. Mrs. Becker told
a reporter in my presence last night that
if ho wanted any information about the
case ho must come to me, Becker's at
torney." .-."So is Mr. Shay?" asked Mr. Hart.
I don't know him at all."
"I don't know Mr. Hart." said Mr. Shay.
But it should be understood, so said all
the attorneys who insist that they are
of counsel for Becker, all except Mr.
Hart, that there is aboslutely no friction
among the various lawyers. And all ex
cept Mr. Hart Insist also that they will
rarry the Becker verdict to appeal and will
get a reversal.
Mr. 8hay and Mr. Molntrre hare ad
joining offices at 25 Broad street with
communicating doors and have the same
office force and the same office boy to
announce visitors. To gain admittance
to Mr. Shay's office one enters by tho
same door which leads to Mr. Molntyro's
"Mr. Shay is a butter in so far as the
Becker case is concerned," said IjouIs J.
Grant at a late hour last night. "John
Becker and I met Mrs. Becker when she
came from Sing Sing at 7 o'clock to-night
and she told me that she never had re
tained Shay and doesn't intend to retain
"I've been paid a fee," Grant continued,
and Mr. Mclntyre and I are the only ones
in the cose. I shall confer with Mr.
Miclntyro on Wednesday and on Thurs
day or Friday I go to Sing Sing to see
"Mr. Grant, so far as I know, is not in
the case at all," said Mr. Mclntyre last
Uietrict Attorney Whitman yesterday
received from Shay a letter in which 8hay
tells the prosecution that he and Mr.
Mclntyre are running the case. The
District Attorney, however, looked on tho
Iftter as interesting correspondence and
will continue to look on Mr. Hart as at
torney of record until officially notified
to the contrary.
Two prisoners taken by Becker and
his strong arm squad in the Rosenthal
raid, IUohard Hull, a nephew of Mrs.
Rosenthal, and John Fleming, were ar
raigned before Judge Malone yesterday
iih "John Wheelman No. 2" and "John
Doorman No. 2." Frederiok E. Oold
smith represented the two prlsoners.who
were arrested as the result of evidence
Hworn to by Detectives White and Steinert
if Hooker's squad as to gambling in Itosen
Dial's house. The Grand Jury lias in
ilicted the two detectives for perjury
Hnce the raid. Assistant District At
torney Manley represented Mr. Whitman.
"I am prepared to submit a motion,"
viid Lawyer Goldsmith, "showing that
my clionts should not be tried on the
testimony of two detectives whom tlio
District Attorney himself has discrod
iie and who are now under Indictment
Mr. Manloy was somewhat taken back
xti'l then ho moved for un adjournment
'ititll Thursday. As thore are others
.'cused of gambling on the testimony
1 f White und Steinert and even of Becker
himself the outcome of the rases ugainst
Hull nnd Fleming is looked forward
" with interest, not only by prosecution
aid defence in nil tho cases but by Ten
diirloin gambling brethren in general.
At tho District Attorney's office it wus
s nd that tho State's case against alleged
gamblers arrested on tho testimony of
liite, Steinert and Ileckor will, of
'"iirMt, lw presented in court, but there
wnm't any nir of bono that a Jury
'riously will consider tlio evidence.
Incidentally, und Just to clour up any
'nisunderstandinK as to Booker's counsel,
Mr Shay said after night had fallen tliat
;Ir (irant hud not been re ta I nod by
13,000 for Girl's Injuries.
A Jury before Supreme Court Justice
fiirrton In Brooklyn yesterday awarded
Aunt I'nplelasz, is years old, a verdict
i i.ooo for Injuries received while worn
ne In tho Chelsea Mors M i s, (Ireenpolnt.
It testimony before the Jury showed that
her mind Is stilTafftctstf.
FIND DOCTOR DEAD IN HOTEL.
Up-Stale Physician at First Tfcoaght
to Be a Salclde,
Dr. Iewls J. Davis, 45 years of age, who
lived with his wife at S3 Irving place,
Watertown. N. Y., was found dead early
yesterday In his room In tho Hotel Marl
tarotigii, Broudw.iy and Thirty-sixth
street. For a time it was thought that
lie was a suicide, but later Coroner Winter
bottom and Dr. Walter Gllday, the house
physician, agreed that he wasn't.
Word came from Watertown last night
that Dr. Davis had not practised for
aliout ten years, being associated with
his grandfather and father in the manu
facture of spirit levels. In 1908 he fell
down a night of stairs and suffered a
fracture or the skull, which paralyzed
him. He came to New York frequently
for treatment and finally un operation
enabled him to walk. New York pliyel
ciana had also treated him Tor heart
Dr. Davis came to New York and regis
tered at the Marlborough on October 30.
On Sunday when a tnald called him lie
said he wished to be left alone. Yes
terday morning the door of his room
was broken in when he did not answer.
His wife was notified last night.
MOVING PICTURES SHOW
E UNDER I
Many Other Scientific Novelties
nt Mental Hygiene
One of the special features of the Mental
nygieno Conference to be held at the
College of the City of New York from
November H to November 15 will bo an
exhibit prepared by experts in mental
diseases under the direction of Dr. Stew
art Patou of Princeton. This includes
maps, charts and statistics illustrating
the extent of insanity in the United States,
its nature, causes and means for its pre
vention. There will also be moving pictures
showing the methods of examination
and treatment .of patients followed in
various State hospitals. Several physi
cians have offered their services as guides
and parties will be conducted through
the exhibit every hour from 8 In the morn
ing until 10 at night.
A laboratory has been fitted un for the
application of 'the lllnet Simon tests for
estimating the mental development of
children and of feeble minded adults
According to the Binet classification
those of adult years who measure up
to the requlrtnents of the normal child
or z years or unaer are termed idiots;
those whose intellectual capacity is equiv
alent to that of children between the
ages of 3 and 8 are imbeciles, and those
who are mentally between the ages of
8 and 12 are morons. The idiot, accord
ing to this classification, is limited to the
use and understanding of gesture; the
Imbecile understands sooken lani-uaire
and can talk himself with, varying aW
ft W I IIUVIWJ I ill'' IIIU1 wi. . u vu . ' i
of learning to read and write.
The testa to be applied In the Mental
Hygiene uonrerenoe include several show
ing the patient's capacity for muscular
coordination, memory tests, power of
describing and Interpreting pictures,
the estimation of weights and relative
sizes of objects and the composition of
sentences under various conditions.
The conference will be held under the
auspices of the National Committee for
Mental Hygiene and Committee on Mental
Hvglene of the New York Ktato Charities
Aid Association, nr. l,ewellyB l. Marker,
president of the national committee and
Brofessor of medicine In Johns Hopkins
nlversity. will speak on "Unsoundness
of Mind a National Handicap," and there
will bo addresses by prominent alienists
on tne relation or various diseases to
insanity, the relation of alcoholism to
insanity, methods of caring for insan
ity in Its incipient and curable stages
and the prevention of Insanity by popular
education and an exposition of the alms
or the Psychiatric Ullnlc.
"COUNT" CHICHEEELLO DIES.
He Impersonated Romance for "Prom
Hollow," The Bronx.
A roan who had been known for years
as Count Chlrhorelto, sometimes called the
"Mystery of Frog Hollow," was found dead
yesterday morning In the comer of a bottling
storehouse at 230 Last 151st street, which
for the last Ave years has been set aside
for his use.
The Count was obviously an Italian.
The section In which he died used to be
known as Frog Hollow until the city filled
It In and graded the streets.
Twenty years ago the Count, then In
the Drlme of life, with a carefully trimmed
beard, clothes of the fashion of the day
and with plenty of money, appeared In the
district. He spent his money freely and
mads boats of friends,
Once In a while he would let drop a word
of early prospority and good family; then
would come a hint of a duel and a beautiful
young woman of the Italian nobility was
referred to once or twice.
Itegularly the Count would appear with
a lane sum of money. This was taken
to mean that he had Just received his allow,
ance from his family. Then, about seven
years ago, it was noticed that the Count's
clothes, always before in the height
fashion, wero becoming shabby. They
were not renewed and became shinier and
shinier under the vigorous bnishlngs they
The Count once asked for work. He
got it; It was an odd Job for some Italian
to whom the hint of past greatness meant
For two years the Count picked up what
he could and then (ieorge Hall of the George
Hall bottling establishment, gave him a Job
as a watchman for Ills storehouse. I ho
Count marked off a corner of tho place for
bis own use and thero in the dusty shuck
spent his days sleeping and his nights in
waicnillg assinsi iiiurauucia.
When the ault (or dlvorca brought by Mrs,
r.iirv iircKtl Dshtarren asalnst Eric 1J. Dah,
Shun, ion of the lair Admiral Dahlgren, m
lalleu yesieruai, luunini lur .!. .'amcrru
nt.tHinfd an adjournment, It I possible, par
lira to the suit will apply to have the en to
heard before rereree,
Angelo-dl Barrl, 23 years otj, of Park and
TlirnoD avenue, coiulctut or arson for eel
tins Nre to Vh houfe of Jacob tflmun, at 279
Monroe street, ui rnicmt-u iu iriiu u
rrmn ten ami a half to twenty and a hal
yeara by Judge Dike In llrooltlyn yesterday,
iianrv Clay I'lerce. who got un order va
eating a Judgment obtained agalnrt him by
Mr. Alice- . itycinri 01 ;ia ,ei i-nu ave
nue, Itletl hi" answer yesterday lie asks
that the complaint be dlmlKed nnd that
he hate Judgment fur 144,184, He nays U'l.
nn was mltanced to Mrs. Ityeroft tnd the
balance la what he had to p. brokers bi
cause he guaranteed .Mrs. Hycroft's uccount
William T. Wood, vice-president of the
Washington Savings lljnk. a director of the
Northern Hank ami president of the Hank
ers llealty t "urn piny, yesterday appeared to
answer an Indictment charging n false
statement, lr. Wood wanted to plead not
guilty with the privilege of changing his
plea, and was held In ID, 000 ball,
Frank T. Coffyn, an aviator, who was
badly hurt on March 20 Inst when an auto
mobile of the Department of Water flupply
In which he was riding ran off u bridge In
Central Park, brought suit against the city
yesterday for 125,500.
Judge Hough yesterday scheduled the
rl.l at David fl. Mills, president of the
Audubon National Hank, for November 11.
Mills Is under Indictment for the mlsappro.
prlatlon or .".. Jbj trial of Julian
I Hawthorns was Ml for the tare day,
Fnltc Advantage of Cold Snap
in Advance Wholesale Prire
HOUSEHOLDER PAYS MORE
Retail Quotations Advance in
Brooklyn Relief Promised
Later in Season.
Independent anthracite operutuis on
account of the present small cold wave
increased the 'prices of domeatio anthra
cite ,by wholesale 25 cents a ton, coal
dealers said yesterday, so that the pre
mium charged by most of the independent
operators to the dealers averages 12 a
ton over schedule prices. The indepen
dent operators mine only about 10 per
cent, of the ooal which comes to market,
and they make their harvest when the
coal carrying companies cannot supply
anthracite enough for emergency orders
such as was caused by the cold snap
beginning on Saturday.
The increase in prices by, tile inde
pendents is chiefly on stove coal, which
is the most scarce of the domestio sir.es,
and on egg size, which is used in houses
which are heated by furnaces, many
householders lighting up their furnaces
for the first time Uiis winter on Saturday.
The coal carrying com parries have not in
creased the schedule price, it was stated,
and do not intend to Increase it. Ac
cording to tho dealers in Manhattan,
the Manliattmi dealers are standing the
loss of the premiums charged to them
by the independent dealers with few
exceptions, but the retail price of stove
coal In many parts of Brooklyn is now
$7.50 a ton, or 50 cents a ton over the
Brooklyn schedule price.
Regarding the shortage of ooal cars i
through being held up. it la charged, by j
tlio lines of tne companies otnor tnantnone i
they belong to, a representative of one
of the companies, said tliat it was not a
new thing and had been a source of com
plaint for years. 'He said the present
rate charged by one company to another
company for the use of its cars had been
up to tlio present SS cents a car per day
for each car. Borne ttmo ago it was
agreed that the rate on and after January
l win ue s oenta per car per aay anu uus
rate will go into effect automatically on
that date all over the country. He ad
mitted that this waa some time ahead,
but he had no fear of a ooal famine in
New York, which had been cettlns a fair
supply, and tho shortage of anthracite
caused by the two months suspension
or work in tne spring naa oeen auninisnea
greatly through the large output of suc
At the offices of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western Coal Company It waa
Bald the output of the present month
would be lessened by two holidays, when
the miners would not be working. The
demand for domestio anthracite had
eased off on aooount of the mild weather
of the last month, though it had Increased
owins to the cold weather of the last
day or two.
A representative or Burns tiros, tnougnt
that there was no occasion for worry in
New York if the people did not swamp the
dealers with orders every time the weather
became a little colder tnan it nan been tne
preceding day. The recent mild weather
aided the dealers a good deal in the slack
ening of the demand for domestio anthra
cite. F. W. Sawartf, manager of the Coal
Trade Journal, talked in the same way.
He said that bv the middle or end of the
month when the lake districts were at
tended to and navigation was stopped on
the great lakes, from 25,000 to 30,000 tons
a day of anthracite more than is shipped
at present to the East would be coming
to New York. Boston, Baltimore, Boston
and other Kastern markets.
HELD FOB SINGES MURDER.
Kramer and Wife Lock Cp With
out Ball After He Retells of Crime.
Cracaoo, Nor, 4. Charles N. Kramer,
alias Conway, and his wife, Mrs. Beatrloe
Ryall-Eramer, were held for the CI rand
Jury without bail on a charge of murder
this afternoon in accordance with the
verdict of the Coroner's jury which in
vestigated the death of Sophia Q. Singer
Kramer repeated his confession before
the Jury and made this statoment:
"The nnlv Hefenre In thAt she At.tArkivl
me. She was angry because I would j
not allow my wife to accompany her for
improper purposes. I did not mean to
kill her. but Iranian cannot protect the
name of his own wife who in the world
NO SIGN OF FOUL PLAY.
Coroner Reports Miss Van Aukrn'a
Death Accident or Suleldr.
No evldenoe of foul play was produced
In the autopsy performed yesterday after
noon by Coroner's Physician Ihane on
the body of Miss Anna Van Atlken, who
was found dead in the bathtub of her
apartment at 631 West 134th street Sunday
night. Coroner Wlnterbottom rexrted
(loath due to accidental or suicidal gas
poisoning. Willard Van Auken, a brother
of the dead woman, told the police of the
125th street station he was satisfied she
committed suicide. i
It is said that three years ago Miss Von ,
Auken'H mother attempted suloide and i
that alio Is now oonltned In an asylum.
nr. Bush Sues Wife for S10,000 I
Dr. Pine K. uuan or 3 inanton street
tiled suit In the Supreme Court yeHterday
against hU wife, Mrs, Marlon HiihIi, and
William II. Ilonynge us tniNtee to prevent j
Ills wife from rollertlnsT the proceeds of a
lio.ooo llfu Insurance policy which Ih now
)r. Hush said that his wife sued lilm
for divorce In 1904. hut ufter u trial tlio
complaint was UlHinUhecl. Ills wlfti I lien
Mluncfl an nirrftpment to return to him cm
IiIh promise to tfet the SIO.ixk) liimiruiicc lit ,
1. .... I,- Il.tul, . , n .... I,a , . . 1. ,. I
policy nnd deposited It with the tnmtee,
but his wife Iiuh ever alnce refined to live
with him or even talk with him.
IIOTKI.H AND TIKNTAUIIANTN.
FULL ELECTION RETURNS ON ELECTION NIGHT
8PECIAL TABLE D'HOTE
HO VI MIHM IT.
Uur Mardi Or,
JURY HEARS McNAHABA NOTES.
letters to Webb In Dynamiting
Csae, Tell nt Union Panda,
Indumapomh, Nov. letters passing
between Frank Webb of New York and
John J. MoNamara were read to the Jury
In the dynamite cases to-day and the
lending occupied nearly the entire day's
session of the court.
Some of the letters referred to the de
fence of h man named O'Donnell, who
was arrested for uttempted dynamiting
and was sent to prison for assault with
intent to kill when he tried to escape, 'the
dynamiting of the New York, New Haven
and Hartford Hrldge at Somerset, Mass.,
took place on the night of Juno IS, 1808.
O'Donnell was arrested the following
day. On July 25, 190H, Webb wrote to
McNamara that he "was In Providence
yesterday with K. M. and the lawyer
and we had quite a lengthy talk about
that matter. That K. M. was Frank
M. Hyan Is Indicated by the fact that the
letter later tells that Ityan had left for
August , ibor, nicinamara wrote to
Webb that he wanted to get the firm
name and address of the lawyers, "also
tho name of the fellow who ts in jail."
Alienist fl he wrote Webb that the latter s
telegram containing tho requested Infor
mation had been received and asked him
to arrange for the people In Boston to
get Into touch with the attorneys. "We
are not to be known in the matter at all,"
Aueust 7. 1908. J. J. McNamara wrote
to Webb a letter that no doubt will prove
very ltntrartant in tne case ns dealing
with the way in which union funds were
finally handled. McNamara sent Webb
money and in the accompanying letter
salt) that he believed that the executive
board should set aside from $1,(10(1 to
$3,000 for emergency purxses and let
McNamara draw on ft.
GRAND MY GIVES LIE
TO STORE MURDER STORY
Finds Rumors That Girl Was
Killed at Abraham & Straus's
Aro Utterly Groundless.
The October Grand Jury in Brooklyn
yesterday handed In this presentment
to Judgo Fawcett In the County Court
in rufercnoo to widely circulated but ut
terly groundless rumor that a girl had
been murdered in the department store
of Abraham A Straus and the crime
"In view or the publicity that was
given the fact that a certain matter was
being investigated by the Grand Jury,
we believe that common justice requires
us to state the result of that investiga
tion. We refer to the charge of a crime
having been committed in the establish
ment of Abraham A Straus, in this bor
ough, and that the dead body of a girl
had been found in their store.
"We examined many witnesses and
records in an endeavor to ascertain
whether or not there was any truth in
the charges that were made. We also
had every rumor and report that came
to our attention fully ami thoroughly in
vestigated. Every person who was al
iened to have known anything about the
matter was interviewed and every ad
dress that was furnished as a plaoe where
information could be obtained waa vis
"No one has been found who knows
anything whatever aqout the , charges
and no proof has been riven and no state
ment made which shows that there is
any truth whatever in the charges that
we have been investisatinK. On the
contrary, our entire investigation into
this matter naa shown that mere is no
truth whatever in the charges and that
the rumors and reports thereof are abso-
Judge Fawcett said: "It Is little short of
a crime that such dastardly rumors have
been spread concerning one or tne rore
most business houses of the city.
hope the newspapers will eivo full and
fair display to what the Grand Jury says
oi us investigation.
DE BEARN COUNSEL GET $25,000.
Court Allows That Amount Out of
000,000 OItcu to Children.
BaXTiMOM, Not, 4. Following the set
tlement made on Saturday by which the
executors of the estate of Ross R. Wlnans
save to the children of Prince DeBeam
Isoo.OOO, the Orphans' Court to-day allowed
1:5.000 as counsel fee to be taken out of the
Whether Thomas R. Wlnans. son of the
millionaire, who was cut oft vlth a small
part of the estate by the will of his father,
will make a tight for a greater share of the
estate Is still uncertain.
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"ADRIATIC" -k "CEDRIC"
The Larffeit Mediterranean Steamers
NOV.30 JAN. 7 JAN.21 FEB.lt MAR. 4
BOOK NOW FOR THE FIRST CRUISES
"ADRIATIC" NOV. 30 "LAURENTIC" JAN. S
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT 9 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
Gulf Route West
Include a restful, health-inspiring ocean voyage
in your trip West. Take the MALLORY
LINE fiom New York to Galveston and occupy
half the journey with a refreshing tail along the
coast and across the Gulf.
LARGEST, FASTEST, FINEST STEAMERS
Liberal atop over prlrllerea at Oalveatoo. the play around of the treat Southwest. Bati.
In(, flshlnt", motoring. Direct rail connections lor all points west and Pacific Coast. Sa 1.
lag Wednesdays and Saturdays from Pier ii. North River. New York.
Write for A d W I News, reservations and Interesting folder.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
CITA' TICKET OFFICES $ KftTffi!, SU
General Office. Pier 38. North River. New York. j
SIGHT-SEEING YACHT CLIFTON
Around Manhattan Island. Lecturer aboard.
Dallr. Sun.. 10:90 A. U.. 3 JO P. U. Ft. W. 42d
at. Office Flatlron Building. Tel. MX Gram.
Lve. llattery Park Pier 10:S0, JJS0. Tel. llroad 3373.
TROPICAL CRUISES fig?
Available. Send for Itineraries, rates, eto.
HAHSTKttS, St W. 30th St.. N. V.
CALIFORNIA Winter Toars
iMfe frequently Nov. to starch. Dookleta. BAY
IIOND WI11TCOUU CO.. 221 5lh av.. N. Y.
LAWRENCE PARK, BRONXYILLE, N.Y.
The Mast Attractive Country Hotel
Adlscentto Now York City-
GARDEN CITY, L. I.
Sptalal Winter Ratis
One of the most exclusive country hotels
In America. Knlarged and Improved-Capacity
doubled this year. A combination of country
life and metropolitan hotel luxury seldom
found. Kvery outdoor and Indoor amuse,
nient. 18 miles from New York. Frequent
electric train service, 35 minutes.
Write for Illustrated booklet and rates.
J. J. LANNIN CO., Props.
A MODHRM HUTKL
Noted for a Homelike
Fall Winter Season.
E. E. SPAMCENBERO. Mantcer
Atluntlc City. j
THE ST. CHARLES
Most select location on the ocean front:
sea water In all baths: orchestra: Illustrated
booklet i open nil year. NKWI.IN IIAINR8 CO.
'ATlJiNTIU CITT, N, .1.
JealahWblte Hons Company.
The Wall Street edition of Tins Kvknino. Stnt
contains all the financial news and the stock and
bond quotations to the close of the market. The
closing quotations, including the "bid and asked
prices, wltli additional news matter, are contained
also la the night and nasi editions of Tata nviwKO
27, 1 A. M.
17, 6 P. M.
DI'C. 7, 10 A. u.
JAN.lt. 10 A.M.
Naples, Trieste, Fiume
Unsurpassed Luxury and Comfort
Maalclru. Gibraltar. Alejlcru. Monaco,
"LACONIA" Nov. t. Jaw. 4
"FRANCONIA" Nov. 28, Jan. 18
Jam. 10, Mar. IS
Alexandria V r J&,
to . etJnV. "fl
- e. s v euav cr
en. N. R.
Plymouth Cheruaurar aulharastan
New york..Nov..J,ujiiAirieauio .-uv. 23
Majeiilu... .Nov. H niifiiil'M. lAiils.,.Nnv. J
American Line Steamer from Pier 62,
New Yerk-Queenstswn-U verses)
"rltlr vol. .. iiu.m i nunc sj. 21
Cymric. . Nov. id. noonlCelilc .Dec. f
Cymric carries paasent era In one cabin class
It. and third class only.
Now Yerk Medltsrrsnesn Italy
CANUI'IO NOV. lo. P.M.
Boston Mediterranean Porta -Italy
Camiplc .Nov. 0,canoplc ,lec. 13
-ureuc ihot. zaicanopio
Via Madeira and Alders.
WEST INDIES SOUTH AMERICA
Two Largest. Newest and Finest In the Trade.
JAN. 8 JAN. 22 FEB. S FEB. 22
3S and Dart. Slit and onward.
Fall River Line
L. I'irr iw. N. II., .New otk. dally atsuu Kit.
Sirs. COMMONWEALTH and I'MStiiLLA.
Orchestra on each.
NEW LONDONlNorwIch) LINE via
New London. I. v. Pier 40. N. It., ft. Houston
St., week days only. &.00 P. M.j pier TO. K. U.
ft. K. S?d St., (1:30 P. M. Strs. MAINK and
CITY OF l.OWKLI..
NEW HAVEN LINE Lv. pierss. E. R..
ft. Catharine St., week days. 3:4 P. if. Str.
Tickets, etc.. at 171 Ilrnadwav, Transfer
Tourl'I Offices and nt Piers.
The Mew Knttlsnf. Nteamshlp Co.
ONE WAY, $1.50; ROUND TRIP, $150
Speedy, Palatial .Steamers, every evenlnir.
Ia)ng Pier 32. N. It., (foot of Canal Ml). 8
P. ii. No other stop.
Excellent Cuisine and Uuslo.
Hudson Navigation Co.
Pier 93, N. It. l-none Spring S4U4J.
Providence Direct, $1.50 . Worcester, $2.40
tiutslde Maternoins ai.tio
KteelSlesmshlpsliKOHUIA nnd TKNNKSSEB
IlatlT, Inrludlna Hundav, Kt'lli l. M.
From l'ler 1, K. It. Phone 2;(l ricekman.
City Ticket omce. a0 llroadway. N. Y
Uptown Ticket omce. H'wav and ?td St.
"Hie Public be pleased."
DrssZTfllU Walliiut to eft s t'S I ln.,Mi:it N I, I MI.
DUSllUri Hiiiiitmi 'a!i3U Mi.i)iir.ititNi:AN..vi)niAnc.
PROVIDENCE ,!., 1.60 Phelps llrf A .. t; .lattery yiece.
"mWW Alol Vr"iYioiTtl.i,'H" 'Ylerihs'freo1" HI'HMl'M -45 hou7, from New York. Pa-
Uptown Dlllcc: llroadway ft 23,1 St. Agent. 211 Uruadway,
,1'"u'"' til'f""t mi """ u SAVANNAH I, INI'
" - To Georgia and Florida.
MAINE 'STEAMSHIP LINE AN0KV1N'" l" ' A-Ml Ti1 Wi
KareHeducedl New York and "RAy,,
DADTT A Kin feQ
J f Ll X 3 tDO The Wall Street rdltlonuf 'Inn Kvenino Hl'N
i- ,nr.,i. timi,,, .,,. contains all the tlnancla news and the stock' ami
tJlltli. bond quotations to tho close of the market. Tho
ilfve PlJr It & "if "f t 'Sfton 81. T-S' "Inlai quotaUons. Including the "bid anctaeked
Tn"S. Bats.' at i lU. prices, with additional netra mutter, are contained
Eastera Steamship Ooreorstlea. alaoln thsnlgbtandDnaJedltlonsoflT--a
X Next Sailing V
gT to the
Algiers, Naples and Genoa
S. S. MOLTKE
Nov. 12, 11 A.M.
HAMBURG- W AMERICAN
In the World
Kala'e, 4... vi. v.. mil,
t Pennsrl.anla Not. 1 1, It a'.M.
TPr.tAr K Vnv. ,1 A U
I'res. I.lnriiln V.iv. IU. ? t't
lliamliiirg dlrrct. Snd cabin only.
Madeira. Gibraltar, Algiers,
. S. MOLT UK Nov. 13. It AM.
. nj.noo tons)
. . OIKCIN.NATI Dec. , 11 A.U.
. (17.000 tons)
S, . IIAMIHittJ.,.Jnn. If, It A.M.
. B. INfNXATI (ORlrcjCT
rnjjisr) .tan. an. jo a.m.
f.n. UAMnunn...Feb. aa, 10 am
Will not call at Algiers.
A.N IDIUI, ClttJI.SF.
Around the World
has ViiANCLsro Feb. 6, 1913
itS. S. S. CLEVELAND !f.
110 DAYS $650 uV
Including all ncccswry espensca
aboard and nsttore, railway, hotel,
khore excursion, cnrrlaices. ruldes,
fees; also railway fares to and from
10-O'hrr r'rultes to fV Orient, tht tlVjf
Inltrs. n.innmn Canal, Italy, V.qvvt, etc
JAMAICA and the
Cuba. Hayti. Colombia, Costa Rica
By "rill7." anil other steamers
atlas M iiviri:
Cuba loinalra. 11 tn 18days.Ssis.ao
Panama ('nn.il, 13 to 25 days. SM40
aa-Uav trulscs, ftl.'l.i and Slu
s. s. Pi; IN 7. .hic:ismi).d
(S.non Ton si
Novi:.Mr.i:it , a r. si.
Write for booklet statlnir cruise.
41-15 nroailwar. N. V.
Phone 1900 nector
FaVtWa WHBS. Vtf'rd."dV
LONDON . PARIS BREMEN
l"nr on ATfRDAYS f..r
THREE W1HTER CilUitlES TO TNE
llVVhA"'.1?- ao MAJtt ll 11 .
!!?.,V'.S-S. ,'iroer Kurfuersf
k m l2- "nTl Aaents
The mott enjoyable short cruise, out
of any American ort. Big. new, luxurious
steamers specially built for tropical travel.
Outside rooms and private baths.
aa-Dar Cruise everj Wednesday from New
York, ai.tS. 34-Da.T ttul.e ever Satordav
from New Tork, alio. Jamaica only and
Cosuiertlons for Paclflc Coast points, Central
and South America. Send for booklet.
From Pier 16. K. It. (Foot Fullon St.)
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
17 Battery PI, Tel. 1021 Hector. New Terk
Or any tourist or steamship ateaejr.
All Hipcnie Tours from Days J37.M up.
And Other West India Ports.
Fortnightly service. Next salllnc TIIAalF-l."
C.011 tons rcrlstcr. Nov, D.
Scud for Illustrated Literature.
Ths Royal Mai! Staam Paekat Ct.
HANIU'.nsON ft MO.V. l!cn. Acts . 34 State
St.. N. V.. Titos Cook & .Son, 245 ft 23S
llrondwav anil 261 ft Ml l'ltlh Ave.; Hay
inoml ft Whltcomti. 22J Fifth Ave.. .V. Y.,
on anv sti:a.msiiip tickkt AOENT.
S LAMPORT & HOLT LINE A
THC WORIOS GREAT GAJtOENC 1 m
BAI1IA, KIO 111? .UNKIItn, S.NTOH. HON.
TF.IUKU. IllEMIS AlKKM Jb HON A RIO.
Hy the Laree, .New and Fast Passenger Steamers
LAMPORT (EL HOLT LINE.
Balling from New York 5th ml ;oth of each monta.
1'nr rates, etc., apply lo-al ticket Agents, or
Bl'DK IIA.MF.l.S. tleneral Aaenls
.to I I'roduor r.ii hsnie, Mew Terk
Cotnpignie Generate Transstlantiqu
Direct I.lne to Havre Parts (France).
Sailing livery Thursday, 10 A. M.
From Pier 57. .Norlta lllver. foot West 15th St,
Iji Provence. Nov, 7IIj Touralne,...Nov. 2S
1 I-ormlne. Nov, HrlJt Savole Deo. i
t France I new i Nu Sh'Ut Lorraine., ..Deo. U
Twin Screw Htmrs. Kjundruplo Screw .Iteamer.
(ir.NKIIAI, AtillNCV IU St a to Street. N. Y.
OLD DOMINION LINE
Fsr aid Pels I Comfort; Norfolk. Pi irtsrasata,
Plsser's Feist and Newpert Newsj Vaj ee
setting for Peterthurg, Rlehsnesdj Wasklag
I leaj r. c.i and taa eatlrs Routh and West.
Freight aiS Passsagsr Steassers sal fro as Plat
:i N. ft. i feot ef Nona ilstre ULi iverr wee
Say st 3 P. U.
w. i. ooiinOW; Tratne uniager.
liv New Ciinntder "Ijiconla," Feb. 1 l 71 days,
HM up, Including Imfls. culclcs, drives, shore
trln1.: Stop-users, Hound Wurlil and Ho. Amerlos
TiiMtb. I1. O CI.AIIIi. Times Hide. N. Y