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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 80, 1913;
,1. S, MORGAN'S WILL
in Sntno of
j'KIJsOV VI.TYW.S8.2I 1.710
Will I'roniitt'd in London atnl
rilcil Hero A limit Sixteen
gi Yciirs hiiti'i'.
wiroli t ilin wrnr.W of thf Htir
...itn.. oflli vi'Hfnl.iv tli.Mclol th.it.
ii vi'l -f .limiii S MorKiiti, fntlnr nf
iV .. .1 IVrponr Mcrniiti which win
A.lni't'ni '" t'f'l'iit" in London on May
w.i-i M.1 hrri' ntiout ix("ti jvnrs
,trr i.immi"v .7. lit."!, on the 'litloii of
in wlin at lit" -iirvivlnis .vn'oiilnr.
Ilv fn-'t ilml i) will ii- fllrl hrri' Imp
,it ci't'ortilly Miown mid I ho ron-
I.IU' 'I tl'i' Pill h.'ivo lii'verlHTii ptihllhhrd
tiinui S Moru.m m will ronittitia many
fi-Htnit".. i-lift of which it
id. p'mitiiI i.itnll.irity to that of hi
,in "nn important similarity wan th"
Hn;tift of ',.""'W in lni"t t" two of
ill? t"lator'rt iaiichti't. anil tlio te.-l-iliian
rotate to tlin son. which h th Kjimo
rro ik''1'! niiiil' for tho daiiuhttT- and nun
of'' IVrpont Morgan tn tin InttcrV will
Jiinm. i Morgan tl"iilt Ins Reiiorminly
with iinothcr iluiiKhti-r. lulict, I'icrpout
Morgan, wtfo of tlm ltfV John lirainard
Mnrfnli. IwaiirJ' of an ;ippri'iit although
iuinpril ffclltiK aRiiiiKt lur Inmlinwi.
Sh rcci'lvcd iv trust timd of 2,iKi,nOO.
lrv will hown flint at the time it wan
remitted to proliatn in tln Principal
lloffi-try of thn Probate. Uivorco and
Admiralty Division of the Hich Court of
Jilftico thn jcnional vxtato wax valued at
H0.lin.2i0. - corrected appralnll of
the eMt wn: filel a year later chowinc
thAt th" valuation had been reduced to
jo.cn, Tifl. Thin comprised practically
the .'tiliro estate, for Mr. Morgan owned
little paltv. The risiduary estate was
mul!. tor the will deposed of practically
th-i fntire estate in cash and trust be-fni"-
The will mnkps no mention of a
(rust fund which was left to .1. I'lerpont
Morsan tinder a deed of trust executed
on Julr 1, 167. and which J. r. Morgan
f t to lus wife. Frances IOUini Tracy
Mnrpan. with the ptatement that the
'fund hm lcn very largely increased
mrinc my lifetime.
Junius S. Morgan died at Monte Carlo
iv pril S li30, of injuries suffered In
a Milrojil uocidont. Ho iiad mado his
will on November 23, 18S9. about live
months before hi death, .1. Pierpont
Morzan executed his will three months
MAre his death. In tho final clauses
of Junius S. Morgan's will the testator
(icribed it as being contained on cigh
teen sheeta cf paper. It was about one
third ns long as that of bis son. He said
he was a cltizon of tho United States
of Atr.erici. of Old Broad street, London
rvrchint The will dooa not show
that Mr. Morgan had any property In
this country and the record of the Stir
rojate s office indicate that no transfer
ta wa-; ever paid on the estate in New
Mr. Morgan appointed his son, his eon
(" Walter Hayes Burns, and his
fripnd Ilobert Gordon trustees under
the will and tho executors were tho sam
. v th the addition of Sir William Richard
).rak U tho beginning of the will the
tojtt r directed the executors to erect
a Mjitrthlo monument over the grave-, .if
li"ii-lf and his wife, in the cemetery at
H.irtf rd and left :o.r0 to tho Hartfotd
Hr.-t .tai to keep the burying ground and
monument in good condition In ca
t'.e ter,pflciarv fuiliHl to do so the liequeM
w.if i.i go to the Hartfotd Hetre.il for
tna Irwarm for the Ninie pnriohe and if
this leiriteo failed to do f the money
vm t go to the Cedar Hill Cemetery
WnciMtmn tor the nurpo-o Iiiur.cHl
I'lerp.-it Morgan made no provision in
I.i will tor the rale, ot tho cemetery pint
where ho was buried, apparently localise
rf the liomest in hi fathers will, but
riirerted that hi executors care for th"
plot in which his tirst wite was buried in
JumusS Morgan left f 15.000 to his junior
iMimer. Tcilerlcn VMinnm i.awrenre
'a' a token of high respect and esteem,
and directed that eaeli clerk or mes
wneer who had I wen in Jiih service forth
vw- reculvo one vear's salary without
itwiupfion for income lax Ills ton
wt'l cmtained a similar provision II
tars an annuity of t.VjO to his wif
nuid. whilM his butler. coachman
rook and o-irpentcr icceived similar
t.ontiesffs He the butler $t
futriEliL in addition to the trust luii'l
and iho housekeeper got. iri.ijiw outriglit
il servants emilcvid fer mote limn
Hb years cot J1.6DI each and thos" III
his s"nl'o more than threo years
Mr Mnrr-nn divir ed In "n al. PIC
tures and watercoiors ' ninotig his chikt
r.n nreorftinr tnilll 111 Veil torv ll had Uiadl
in whicli lie put th" initials ol his children
befoio thn artlclea he intended them to
have memorandum for the dis
tribution wan executed on November I
IsM. He directed the executors to use
their discretion in distributing thes"
articles equally. Hi list discrimination
against lt daughter. Juliet Pierpont
Morgan t shown in his direction that she
was to have her share of th" plate pie
tures and watercolors only for life, "such
use and enjoyment to be personal and
independent of her present or any tutuie
husband " If .b left no children her
pictures were to re(.rt to the estate
Mr. Morgan directed that the H.oWrjO
trust fund tor the three daughter be
Invested in public s'ocks or Itimls or in
Mocks, ol iiiiinicipii or (oiiiniercl.il cor
porations of I l'i I tilted Mateior Kngland,
.Scotland or Wales. ' Lin ...t. in Itelatid
The ic.i-on lor Mr Mm-.m objeclioii
to Ireland Is not dlfn-.el ,, dtiect'.l
that the trust funds lor In-, dallghteri
"be free from control and out. inclement
ol their hu.sliands' and piouded thit
none of Ins daughter. ruiild iliiion of
)ir trust timd to her r.inldren v. liont
bringing the share or shares uilo hol'iipot
and accoiinling for Nime " The stand. nd
Jl'tionarv detine? "Iirincin into lint, h
pot" as "aggregated with the remainder
of the estate so nil In booiire all equable
division among the heirs "
In ill Ming his paintings Mr. Morgan
left the follow Ins tn Ilia Hon, .1 I'lerpont
Slorgatf "Miss Wllhr.iham," by (i-ilim-borough,
'Mother and Child. " Werls.
"Sea lew," Stanslleld; "Italian Seen
cry.' Turin. "I.ady Hamilton" (wearing
a capi. Itomney; "Kostlval Scene In
fisMlla," Villcgas, and "Dog'a Head,"
The daushter Sarah got the following:
"View in Shropshire," Gainsborough,
"Mih. Vines," lleynolds; "I.ady Hainll-
tun" (without a cap), Jtomne ; "Still
J7.r n Moment," Mlllals; "Going Out to
Labor" l"acil; landscape by Cox, and
'Kleur do I.ys," Ktty.
To his daughter May Mr. Morgan
left "Venire," Hennlngton, "Promenade
ot tho Harem," Geronie; "Eastern
MtUtnK' Clu, "Boy and Dof," Opto;
"Lady's Head," Greiize. anil "Lilly Daw
The daughter Juliet tecrbed the fob
lowing paintings in trust' "Kellna."
Ileynolds; "Hcandal." Storey: "Sea
View." Slunstleltl; "( ioosr-tllrl," 110111
liey; "Justice In I ililen Time," Catn"!.l,
"The Letter," Krlth; three water colors
by Cox and "School In Cairo," by Itlce.
In leaving his residuary estate to his
son Mr. .Morgan said "And I declare that.
notwithstanding any rule of law or equity
to Hut I'linlntrv i,M.i-.illlii. In .In. I'nll..ll
'States ol America, in ens', my said son,
mtin I'lerpont .Morgan, die Ui my lifettine
leaving issue and such issue 'Is Using
at my decease every gitt in favor of my
Kild son, John Pierpont Morgan, shall
not lapse but take effect arcotiling to the
law of ICuglaud as if the death of the
said John Pierpont Morgan had happened
immediately alter my own death "
The will contained no reference to the
testator's religion faith
GIRLS WANT WOMAN DOCTORS.
I'nplU In srhnnl KIN Object to K-!
niitlnnlliMi Iit Mm l'h slelnnn. '
Ten gill, from II to IT. iiears nf ae
attending Public School lii. In inttlu
Ftre.q between Klrst anil Second avenue,
made a written cntnplalnl yesterday that
tnev nail been oam iH'i bv men doctors
who forced tbem to inhnye some nf their
lothes and answer questions concernlnir
matters nf which they were hnmrnnt.
Ir Lrnst I.ederle. Coinintsslnner nf
Health, characterised the statements of
the girls as an attempt to attract tintor- 1
The oxamlnauons of the elrls' hearts
and hums," he said, "are made by doc
tors under the supet vision nf the Health 1
Department. The rhilsren are mil forced
to lie examined, nor are they ennqielled
to answer Improper qiieitlous The ex-l
amlnatlnns Invariably take place In the1
presence nf women nure The priticlii.il. .
teachers and nurses of School tfll have I
assured me that there hns been nothlnir
IrrcKUlar tn the examinations held there "
The girls say "if It I" by the rules of
the Hoard of Health tnat we must bo ex
amined, wo want a lady doctor"
KILLED AS HE LEFT FIANCEE.
Charles Tle1 Mrp In Front nf Krle
Kinrni at (Sarflelil.
Charles Pael. a mini? man employed
bv the New Jersey Worsted Splnnlnc
Company nf (lartleld. near Hackensark.
who was to have been married tn Miss
May Martin nf Unity, Ta.. In June, was
hearing his home nt 1S Midland avenue,
".artleld, last exenlne, when he met Miss
Mnrtln. who has been visiting his parents,
and gave her a box of candy Miss Mrt-
tin continued on her way and Davel
started across the tracks of the Krte road
as the last car of a freight train passed
and stepped directly In front of rxpress
train ?5 fiylnc along on tho westbound
l)ae1 was thrown into the sir and killed
Instantly The screams of psssersby
caujed Mlrs Martin to turn hack to sfe
what had happened When she looked
upon the body she fainted and 1at Isst
night was still proMratod
Manitoba Tnirn lla nnn.onn t-Mre.
Gr.tTNA. Manitoba, April 2?. The busl-
nr.s section of this town was destroyed
tn-day by a $300,010 Are, which burned
the KJnc Kdward Hotrl and th branch
of the Hniik of Montreal, dnamlt being
used to check the blaze
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BORDENS DENY THEY
WILL BE RECONCILED
To .Moot for First Time in Two
Yphvs to HisciiNS Hn
(MM, TKTiliS OF II Kit FLIttHT
U' nuts n Home and Is "Tickled
to Dentil" to He With
Hamniia Horden, who went away from
Dr. Adams's Sanitarium In Ponipton.
N. .1 . a week ago, said yesterday mnrn
ItiK to tlje newspaper reporters that she
did not think the outcome of her esca
pade would bring about a reconciliation
between her father and mother, who
separated two years ago after their
divorce suit was thrown out of court
Mr. and Mrs. Uorden confirmed their
daughter's Mew later In the day.
"There Is not the slightest possibility
of a reconciliation," said Mrs. Horden In
the nlllce of her lawyer, Moses H. Gold
man, at 115 Hroadwa.
"There Is no truth In the talk of a
ri.rntii'lllntlnn between Mrs. Helen Vnlk
Horden and nivself," said Gail burden
lart night at the Hotel Manhattan. "I
am nnt ready to go back to California i
Just yet "
Mrs. Horden and her daughter will
leave for Callfornln within ten days,
probably on Saturday, after attending to
personal affairs, ltuttionn said she was
"tickled to death to be with her mother
They have made no plans for the fu
ture sax'e that they will not be. sepa
rated iiRain and that Miss Borden may
go to a finishing school next fall.
Mr and Mrs. Horden have not met In
two years, tint they will Iiavo a confer
ence on Hamona's future. There will be
no special financial settlement, Mr. Hor.
Hamona, whose appearance hailed the
reports that she was a nervous wreck,
told reporters yesterday about leaving
Iompton and the rest of her trip.
She said that she left the sanitarium
because she wanted a home and not a
hospital to live In. She wrote to Mrs.
W. J. White, who took her to Newark.
She slipped away from the party in
Newark and .went to the Hotel Taft In
New Haven all by herself, registering
as "Harnara Keen.
When she heard her father had em
ployed detectives to find hor she went
to Hoston alone. There she saw Mrs.
Whlto for a short time, the flrat meet
ing, she said, since leaving Newark.
She paid high tribute to Mrs. White
and said she wa. her best friend, next
8PBIXO RKSORTB. I
to her mother. She concluded her
statement as follows:
"I have seen what my father said
about Mrs. Wlilto's Influence over me
ntvl I can say that he Is very much
mistaken, She Is a line woman, and
her nieces, Gladys and Violet Sheldon,
are line girls. Nono of them hail any
'Influence' over tne, for I am old
enough and have sense enough to know
what I am doing. I have heard the
Insinuations about me and T understand
them and want to say they are tin
fuitndcd. "I ran awuy because 1 wanted my
mother. I am very happy at tho pros,
pect of being with her and having a
real home for once, 1 hae nnt had
one In a long time."
MRS. ANDERSON HARD TO FIND.
A I A damn's IlanRhter (lire Prorrm
Servers a I.ona- Job.
A Judgment filed In the Supreme Court
yesterday against Mrs. Ada Adams An
derson, daughter of the late A1 Adams
and now the wife of Francis H. Ander
son of Cincinnati, for groceries she got
In 1911 when she was the wife of Jack
Gallatin, shows that It took the process
severs three months to find her. The
Judgment Is for IZSC. Including costs, nn r
bill of SI sr..
In telling of his difficulties Herman
ICalin. attorney for Albert Klenck, the
plaintiff, said he traced Mrs. Anderson
from her home at Carmel, Putnam
count, to Muldoon's place In West
chester county and then to tho Keeley In
stitute at Whlto Plains. The process
server Just inlsned her there, but found
her at her home In Carmel on April .1.
She did not defend the suit. The plaintiff
got 113 for tho cost of serving tho papers.
AUT0ISTS ROB 60CIALISTS.
Hrt Held tip avad Rellered af I, It
eratnre Mar If Mill ttaard.
I'ASSAte. April 23. Charles Hunkltt.
Henry tcluck1n and Joseph ltofsltj- told
Chief of I'ollce Joseph Hendry to-lay
that they were held up on the outskirts
of the city yesterday afternoon by four
men In an automobile.
"The men Jumped out of the machine,"
said one of the trio. "One pointed a nun
at us and another flourished a black
jack. Thn they demanded, the cir
culars we were dlrtrlbuttnic and drove
''Circulars for what?" asked the chief.
"For a Poclallst meetln In Paasalc
to-nlirht," replied the upokesman. "We
are all Socialist, you know."
The Socialist said the holdup men wore
badges. They helleivM thoy are deputies
hired to a-uard planta the employees of
which ape on strike.
Tmt Fl ah I at Ximltr freora".
As the trout season opens on Lake
George on May 1 the Delaware and
Hudson Itsllroid has arranged for the
train leaving New York at S lib In the
mornln. and having through connections
to Lake Ooorge, to be met by one of
their steamers, which will make land
Inzs at all points on the lake. As the
lake has been storked recently the fish
Inc searon this year Is expected to tv
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48 Minute br FrlTalo Huat from w
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Entlrn Cottafi raty b lfajd with
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The Club lopen for Inspect Ion every Saturday
For Club mrmberjhlp anil ratea addrrts
KLMER E. MATTHEWS. Mr.
Formerly of Hriarcliff Ltxluo.
Dnolilng Olflre 1,10 Broadway, near ?"th t
Telephone, ildlMn Mquare, 474S
On Shore of One of Prettiest
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UltlTI i:. AfSnilA, MAIITIIA W ,VMIM,ttl,
.i. i line n .urn -r. I11M I, 1I(A, ,IO
i .-l I'M i ini'Wi sinvn .nine -l ljiirn M'rr t
r':"ti'i 'Vrmii iiiiiic hmmik it
rm ivsnnus fc i) , ii IJ Ikittpt II
PAiits -t.i)ini. mini upam
Twln-Srrrw .s.illlnirv tur1n In A t
t Amstentani Mil rt lljmlirri tnvji
Nntirdurr May 11 t1tntienl.ini Mnv'.'J
la Pniilnenr, TPhinouth A llonleitni
nfflre. M tl'wai
BERMUDA & WEST INDIES ,
lor Hlllnr. iiul ihii , iir , ap,l
TltF. Kilt At. 1IAII. SI LAM I'AI KLT I'O.
I .SANDl It.SON t .SON, lira Act :l Stale M
- -N Y.oi AN STr,MS11ll' Til KKT AdPNT
Nt'AMIIN4VIA.-A1li:ill' I IM'
1 lllret I In nrl4. Strdell. Helllii.lll..
1 A. r .IOIINSON A I'D. irt I I i iail,i
The All Day
hich were so ucll patronized Inst
year by New Yorkers desiring rest
ful recreation nmldst rlcaant sur
roundings., uill be repented this
enon, commencing Sunday,
Passengers can o to PouIt
kecpsic and return same day, fare
$1.00; or through to Albany bv
dny and return by night boat, or
vice versa, $2,50.
Nightly service to Albany and
Trov from foot of Cnnnl St. at
C P.'M.; W. 129th St. at 6:.5 P. M.
Serviro de luxe.
HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.
Lt. I'ler la. .N. It., ft. Fulton St.. dally at
iiM I', ii. steamer. I'mn iiikaui; and
PLYMOUTH. Orchestra on each.
NEW LONDON' (Norwich) LINE via
New London. Lv Pier 40. ,N' n ft. Houston
St., week day only BOO P. M.. Pier 70. F, n .
It. P.. SM St.. 8 30 P. It. Sirs. CITY OF
LOWKI.1. and niKSTKIJ W. CII.VPIN
NEW HAVEN LINE t.v. fur :a. u. it.,
ft. ratharlne St.. weak dyt. 2:ti P. M. Sir.
HICHAUD PECK. ,
llcttb, Ac. at 171 Broadwar. Tranffer
Tourist Offices and at Piers.
The New Fnal.nrt Slef mshln Co.
saa aLaaraai w a f aaiastf afasiaj
Providence Direct S1.50 Worcester, $2.40
Outside staterooms ai.oo.
Sleel .steamships tiF.OIlOI A andTKNNESSHB
Dally, Inclodtna Manday, Ci30 P. M.
From I'ler 19, E, R. Phone 2700 Heekman.
City Ticket Onice, 300 Broadway, N, Y.
Uptown Tlcli-l Office, Il'nar ari Md St
"The Public lie Pleared."
boston :as: $2.50
llio onlj Indepeiidrnl line oueiatlni: be
tween New York and Nan 1 ngland.
Week days and .Sundays at 6ao P, M from Pier
ao, N, ll foot Weal Houston .SI. Ilcrlhs free.
All Outside Booms -Finest Urn Ire.
Uptown Office: llroadway A ;':id Si.
'Phones .sprlni: oiui an.l oiw.
K'MJccfd PORTLAND, $3
Maine Nieanishlp Llnri suamcrs Lvo. Pier li.
.N.It., (out Murray St., Tues., Inurs.. Sat. 11'. U
tiAkTERH blXAMSUIP tORFOHATION.
MP-atasV t la.
ill River Une
Extending from the
BOTTOM to the TOP
ol the Vessel
Will sail from New York
May 3 n. May 24
and Regularly Therealter
I'liitioiiih I liriliuum Southampton
f, , I '".'i May ? in am May .in. .tunc 27
I'hltmtrlptita ( vii. toeni . .lime a. .lulv l
.itnl. Mnv :i, to am .I'ini- ni. .! 11
St wnil .tune 1,1, o nn, ,( i. ,iie i
.eu lort. I moloii Kirei t. 'r, ,',s, N.n
Mlnnt"tal,a M i.H'tum Mn 1 ,1-;s
nii.-.i.ol. 1( i; s,oi Je ,lj u
t nnrh.ili- Ma .'i 1oTotn . ?l J in
MliiiietonPa. ,le ; n .vi mn .! tt, iii ?
Pier til. N. R.
10:00 A. M.
Iinilon I'm I. , ,i tt.,,rr Anlnrrii
laplantl Va :i Mm it .im,e ji
hriHinlaiitl Mav n .Imie 7 .Inly .1
' and 17 .tune II j
! Inland May si, June 31 ,i,r
I'l.nitiuiii 1 hirhniirK Snulhamplon
V.'.V"1,' r J'i A M May ii June II
Malellf Ma to. noon, Mai 31, .tune 51
tnatile May 17 noon .lime 7 .tune in
,.,r.' ln.rk yeeniimn l.lirrpnnl
fettle Vav t rooii May June :a
"l,"n "tie .'', -lull 3
,V.r . ).v '" """" June U. 'I'll l'i
rlrlalle .Mav n,,,,n .lune , .luly 17
KiKInn Mediterranean Halt
t reilr, .May Ii sum faniipie ,tum I2,.1pin
l'"enier llrpt.. it ItrnatlHa.i, N. V.
most i: ri:riTior! iihcte
iintr.fi ik risitt.i nn
LONDON PARIS EERLIN VIENNA
Ihr llfl .itmurri In tlirnnrld.
Jnrenlon. Flhgnarrt. Llterpool
Cirmanla. May.l.tOA t.l ariinla. Jure 7. til A M.
i'roni.Mvin.toA m 'Maur8tan a L
amMnla.'Ma!l.1A M mBU,10 1,0 1 A rVI
... , , H' ,.tiiipinl.i..liin IMA M
Mauretania I-;"1 j txn.Mm .m..a
( jriii,inia..Mv?l.tii M M3Urfil3nl9 1'a'm.
Dor not cull nt ijucrnstou ' Lasthnnmi
. MEDITERRANEAN-ADRIATIC SERVICE
( nlluig at Madeira. Cltirellar. I.ruoa. Naples,
'I rlestr, riunir. sallinss noon See itinerary.
rAKPXIItIA Maj Hi sa.noni . Jmir t;
, im:iima. Mm :i I'x.n.no.nia. .iunr :i
1 Itound the World trips. SIM. .Special through
, ratrs to He pt, India, china, Japan, Manila. Ave
. tralla, New 7ealand, Soulli Africa and CiO'JIh
'America. Independent tours 111 Uurope, etc. Send
for booulrt runanl Tonr
i Aeint for I'rnlneulni A Orlen'el S. N. t'o. tn
t'nlted Mate and ( anuda.
Summer rul"r. .Nnrtiav rlc. 191.1.
.In no 19, .rul.i I. .lu'.i l". Ana. . Kept, a,
I Hrs. toot West nth sirect. V It Offli".. :t
Slate Mrrrt. N . oppc-lir Hattrry
I Tours to TEXAS
I njo th' shor', bracin? trip
i down the to.tu ,md across the
I.xpre.si stc.impr'i from New York
rfr S:tturda ; bro.id, comfortable
decks and incomparable service.
Through tlcUrts to and from all points,
as well as 'Ctrclo Tour' tlcVris, good
our way by Meamer and ou way by
rail. Ilrlptul Infnrnintlon. tickets, rccr
atlon!, and bcaiitlfiil lire iopy ",HiW
News" on ii'iiiiiel to
A.W. Pye, Passenger Traffic Mgr.
I'ler .'10. .nrth litter, New Vork
WHS llroadwa). Cor. 'J.lrd St.
Sailing every Wednesday
and Saturday. (topping
both way a at Jamaica.
Steamers specially built for
tropical travel. Outside state
rooms, large "cottage" win
dows. Every ocean safeguard
dnd comfort. Write for hand
some Illustrated booklet.
Special limner Rates, May to Oet.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
17 Battery PI. Tel. M01 IUctor. Ti, T,
Or any "team ship ar Twist Agvaey.
n "S. S. llERMt'DIAN." theshlpthat brought
President Mllson home tn record time of 4il
hours, lours Include Uotels, shore Excur
sion.. Lowest Kates.
rickets laicrchanieable with 15, M, S. P. Co.
1'or full Information apply to A. E. OUTER
IIRinriKeY CO., Agents Ouebrc s. a. Co., Ltd..
3U HroJdwa.T. New Vorkl THUS. COOK A
SON. 345 and SDN I Broadway. 34 and 113
8th Ae N. Y.. or any Ticket Acent.
Compagni GeneraU TranuUintitu
Direct Une to Havre-Paris (Franca.
Desartures Kvrry Thursday, 10 A. II.
Frni-i l'-r 57 North River, foot Weat laeh SL
! "'jTmirslnr Mar ll'La Prove rice.... War 11
I-orralne Uay La Lorraine MsyW
tFranca mewl.. .May ISItKrance mewl... June &
Twin Screw Stmrs. tQuadruple Screw Staamar.
UKNUUAI. ACiK.NCV, III Stale Street. W. T.
Cameronla. .May :i, 8 AM iraledonla. Uay 17. 3 PU
California. .May 10. lOAMK'olumbla.Usy M, 11 AM
riKNi c'aiiin. siu ana .
SECOND t'AHIN. fM and tspward.
TIIIIID CLASS, at.VJ.tS. .
For Iluok or Tours. Hates. Ac, apply
nr,Ni)t:iinoN MiioTiir.iis, 7-i nroadwsy.
Ortat Waatcrn Railway of iRglaiisi
Connects with all steamships Booklets ei
tours and useful Map of Ortat Britain MBt,
T KATELEV, Ueu. Aft., Ml (lb av New York.
11 Day Vacation Cruise, DerthA Meals CeaUP
It Wllte today.Howrhiis A Co., New York 111-
CLARK'S TOURS KS.JBS.m9gi
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