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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1013.
IS
SAY SPONGE CONCERN
SOAKED UP THE MONEY
Witnesses Allege, Company Ab
sorbed Totnl Deposits
of n Bniik.'
The Mtiry of nn adventuresome promoter
who Marled n npnnee business on 12.000
nnd manaKod t nlwnrli all llio money on
deposit In n Kloriilii hank w told to-ilny
licfora I'nlloil Ktntcs Commissioner (111
i lirlst In the bankruptcy proceodlnK against
Wntdamnr WeltP) of i.-.ofl Crotonn Parkway.
The crista of thn Mory concerned tho pro
motor's otlt from Cedar Keyii, Kla., with
hi fnmlly, whom ho protected with a sliot
cnn. Wnldemar Welue, the aliened hero or
villain of tho story, organized tho Kork
Island Stionce Company of inn Pearl utreot.
which was capitalized at 1(10,000 Imt was
started, no the story runs, on 2,ooo Invented
hy 11. M. A. Chacon, a retired mandolin
player of Mnmarnneek, N. V.
After tho formation of the company
Welirn went to 1'lorldn ostensibly to buy
sponces, but, nrcordliie to tho tetlmony,
lio had Bpont nil the company's funds pre
viously buying handsome furniture for
i he Pearl street oflloe. In Jacksonville,
l'l.. he met a man who claimed to be one
f the chief financial factors on Cedar Key
Island, around which sponires aro plentiful.
The stranuer Introduced Wclee to Major
W n. Thomas, president and treasurer
of the Dittlmi Slates jlnnk ntfialtii'svllle.md
TOl'i.VtbrTWfc"f cifnr UeyHi'tlMK. nflfch Und
n capital of II.i.oiki and $:i),kio on deposit.
Thr'proJect of forming nn adjunct to
the Hock Island Sponee Company was
discussed with such Rood effect upon Major
'1 nomas that Well.'", It Is alleged, borrowed
J20.(mi on collateral consisting of J.'i per
ent. of thn stock of the Hock Island Sponee
Company.
Then the musician Chacon began to
get uneasy, made a few Inquiries concern
ing" Welge and started for Florida in n hurry
to warn the banks, Ills story. It Is alleged,
aroused tho cltlcns of Cedar Keys to such
a pitch that they threatened to shoot Welge
unless he paid back the loan. It was then
that Welite Is said to have mado his spec
tacular exit.
Welge claims that he made three ship
ments of sponges from Cedar Keys, but his
creditors are sceptical.
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
Piiilapbu'IHa, Aug. 12. The local
market to-day was more active than It
has boon for the past several weeks,
t'nltcil States Steel was the feature, trad
ing In this Issue being very heavy, anil
of the more than 17.000 shares which
changed hands In the Hist three hours of
trading the sabs In Steel amounted to
r.'.uOO During the last hour, however,
demand for Steel quieted down anil trad
ItiK became dull. Comment from New
York was to the etTcct that shorts had
probablv covered above fi5. and the Issue
leaded' fractionally at the close after
reaching the high. (1.1. Distinctly local is
sues were active and were up fractionally.
The transit Issues were quiet, only a few
shares of t'nlon Ti action being disposed
of. Concentrated trading, so conspicuous
csterday, was absent to-day and if the
larger houses handled any large blocks
they covered ;ip their dealings by scat
tering their orders among the traders.
Monev In the loan crowd appeared to be
a little easier nnd street loans were made
at 4 to ." per cent. Instead of at 6 per
cent that vva.s asked yesterday, The
summary :
THE BOSTON MARKET.
NATIONAL HANK ST ATI 41 PAT.
, n Ml
I Ml iiMHTIHN Ml'
NVTIONAL IINK STATKMKNTM.
i nvi i
P.IM'OIIT Ol CONDITION Ol'
tt'iavs, A,... A M.Afa t....l. .
and more 'nctlve. trodlng ro'itlnuinK fairly 1 TQUi nr COMMERCE THE MECHANICS AND METALS NATIONAL
ateadv lint I wdl Into Om Inte nflernoon. nuimmiU UHiin wr wuitmiis.ii vs. -.uu
IN NEW YORK
With over 2S.O00 shares traded In the
"'" V" Dt ""n". rJ"r"l ,in"!' Vork. Ii. the Mate of Ncii York, at the
months. Prices opened firm, gradually clmc of ilu,incs, ,nmil o. una.
improved and closed generally strong, mo ltt:.sol'llt'i:.s. '
,,, ,s nuu iiisiimiii is , n't, - ....- i
,:i.'4.,il
most conspicuous gains among the cop
pern were: Ornnby, Hi to 62!i ! Old Do
minion. 1 to fiO!, : Osceola. 1'4 to 80,
and Tamarack, 1 to 29'i. Of other min
ing stocks Island Creek Coal preferred
advnnced 2: Bt. Mary's Mineral Land, I.
and Shnttuck-Arlzona, 1 Alaska Hold
and lluttc and Superior were steady and
In good demnnd. Contrary to the general
trend United States Smelting dropped a
point to 38. Outside the mining Issues
American Woolen prof erred advanced I,
Boston and Albany, 1 ; lloston Elevated,
2 : Kast Hoston Land, 1 ; Oenrra! Klectrlc,
li(,: Massachusetts Klectrlc, 1 ; Old
Colony Kallroad, 2, and United Krult, 1,
Boston nnd Maine, after opening at CX,
up 2 points, closed at 65, off 1. Ameri
can Agrlculturnl-Chemlcal was an
other exception, declining a point to 4G.
New Haven rights continued active. Union
Pacific rights for the first time displayed
considerable activity here. The summary :
BONDS.
Open- Hlrh- Low
Seles, lnr. est, est,
?mw Am T T cr 44..102
1IH) Atch adj 4 atpd.. K'4
MM Cht Jet Rf Cs 914,
1000 Mass Has 4Ha V
1000 N K Cot Yarn us... 90
HWXBT4T M. ...114
40M Pond Creek 6 l!
MISCELLANEOUS
Am At Chem 47 4:
M Am Ar Chem pf... W4
1J. Am rneumatic.,.
12
V,l.
M
10014
110
IK
KM,
.'.',
HI
Its',
Clos
int. 102
S..4
n
s;i
M
1'4
110
110 Am Pneu pt
as Am siwar
r,4 Am Surr nt. .
4'4 Am T T. .
M Ktlison Klec
', II.HV A Itous
cru F.ia-
S Mass Elec
120 Mass Etfe pf. ...
.V, Mass (las
11 Mass (las pf
J j.-. Men Tel
14 NET T
12 Pullman . . ..
r. Kfcec Mutton
104 Slft Co. .
2 Torrlnrlon
117 1'nileit Pnilt...
113 t'ni Shoe Mach..
32 t'nl Shoe Mach f
J442 11 8 Steel
32 1,' S Steel pf
3'k
154
HO",
114
ins
-t3-.; '
s
I4JV.
, 114
73
41
St
34
117
1S3
1"4
r,
170
. 4C
24
034
10(S
34
194
1104
111
U-4
'ifet
!'S
1424
164
73
!1
:i
14
ti;
1544
1.".4
luj4
170
.-44
-,4
104
44
44
34
134
1I0
114
l."9'i
764
7T34
!i6
142
114
724
SI
!U
34
n;
1M
l-"'4
'i
170
44
76 4
C1
104
4
n'i
14
1!4
1104
114
ln'-J
774
273I.J
H
1424
164
71
M
SI
14
ti:
1544
154
104
lio
l'4
264
65
10S4
Ol crd rafts, ticiirnl
I', s. linnUs to m line clrciilatlun
1' S. tames on liaml,
bonds, seiurlllcs, Ac
iianitiiiK nouso.,
Due from .lauonnl tanks (nut re
serve agrn'a) ...
Due from State ami private banks
ami bankers, trtiM comtatilc ami
aaUnirs banks
C'hecka and ultier caah Items. , ,
Kxrluuiies tor Clcarlnit House
Notes of oUirr national banks. .
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents.,
Lawful money reserve In bank, vl;..:
Specie KS.fion.Kl.t 00
Lecal-tender notes.,,, ft,;35,4iuuu
Itrdrmptlon fund with V. ti. Treas
urer iV.i ol circulation)
Due from U. S, Trraturer
SANK
Total
LlAI)lI.lTli:a.
Capital stork paid lu
nurnius iuou....
V.2ti.MIKI I
A.Vi.ikI Kl
SJ.IMJira.Iti
a.-i"i.i"iuiii
3.774.370.M
42,59l.7J
ntr,,X! 10
d.vni.iM m
3l.,.'i(l.V00
1 .10.57
:sii:.3(50o
4r,4.7;looo
717.2.V) U)
.S1I)1..V)3,50.70
rn
Undivided iiroDLs, less eipeases nnd
(axes paiu,
National bank notes outstanding, .
Due lo ouitr satlunal
banks 131,127,815.74
Due to State and prl ate
banks and tianki rs. 19.22J,Di:.(
Due (o trust coitiliaules
nnd savings banks . 19,843.004 M
DlvliUnds unpaid, , 13.flSl .vi
lndtvtiliiul ilc:iisltssub-
Ject to chrck M.378.520 on
Demand ccrllllcales of
ilcisi'lt 1J73.MI.73
Ccrtlllcd chtcks (M.WJ.IU
Cashier's rlicrks ou4-
slamllnir 1,422.727.18
ltcmcd for taxes
J25.OIO.fll 10 00
lu.uoo.onotu
7.129,337.32
0.KV2WM
129,Hf.9.ll1.SI
4W.U.13.5,
IH.:.M0.70
MININO STOCKS.
Salsa
110 Anaconda
M Am Smflu
410 Anmlcanjated
100 lUMum
111 Cambria Meel...
110 Klec Mop ll.U
10 (Sr Northern pf..
rt On Asphalt t c . .
10 Cell Aahpalt Pf .
5 Intcrb'irii T C. . .
85 Ins Cn of N A.
IIS Keystone Tel. .
111 l-eli Valler
1 lh Val Tr.ins .
.5 Ix-h Val Trans pf.
175 I.aUe Mii'cnor..
1V0 l-hiah J-'av t c.
I-.I N .1 Tr.ic
15 Nor Central .
470 l'enn Ivaui.i ..f!r
2 I'rnnsilvanl'l Salt.
125 1'lul.i Co . .
Phil-l Cn eurn pf.
7C" I'lula Klw
10 Pint 1 Trac
1S2 lteailuir ....
5 He elm.- ll pl
10 KiK'k Island
inn Sr, Hy
130 TonoiMh
435 Tn-iiit.-ih-IW
15 I'n TraMinn
134 V (i I
S I'll Cn N J
1S01 V S Steel . . ..
(5 Warwick
inc.
37
734
454
47
174
K.1
3'4
7C
114
-2d,
. 13
71.4
.04
, 34
214
114
. 724
Hi
, V, 13
101
4
414
1
vi ?-b st
124 '-'4
iv 14
4 254
1 r.11, 14
1.4 iN
4114 4"4
Ilitli-l4w. Clos
est rst, Inj
37 37 37
fi'l (.". C
7( 734 74
(5 4 454 454
47 4 47 47
(7 4 47 4 474
l."i V." 1
X s. 314
7(4 714 714
11.4 14 l'-4
224 C24 224
IS 13 13
7..14 7.'.4 7C'.
24 .fl4 Vej
31 31 31
27.4 24 -'5'i
v;. s( 4 '5
724 724 i.'4
115 115 115
10 11. til ,v, i;.k
105 1014 ll'3
(24 (.' (-
(14 (14 34
-.4 :- 224
4 k:4 "I24
i-'4
14
V'l'j
14
1!'., AlaUn Oold
175 Alcomah
255 Allouel
115 AmalKamated ....
W5 Am Zinc
570 Ariynun Com . ...
16. llutte nalak
22H5 Unite k Sup
so Cal A Arlr
44 Cal A Heels
155 Chinn
5M) Copper Rants . ..
3M Eat Butte
4 Oranby , .
741 (Ireens Can
55 Ilaneoek
100 Indiana
3s 1 C Coal
0 I C Coal nf
2"5 Ile Itov.ile
75 Kerr Lake
.11.0 Lake Copper ...
1. 1 Salle
6J.1 M.n (loner '
rr, Motiaul; . .. .
317 Nlpio'.nr . .
576 North Butte
IV) Oilbway
710 Old ColOMT
"s- Old Dominion. . .
M Oiweola
V. Pond Creek Coal
'5 Oulncv
120 Hay Cons
7" Shannon
135 Shat A Am . ..
3C. St Marys M 11
JM South ft ah .
3M Sup A Boston
355 Superior
310 TamaraeU
100 Trinity
51 Tuolumne ..,
W 1' S Smrltini . .
165 l S Smelllnr pf
!( Clnh Cnn .
V, Wolverine . .
25 Wyandotte
I4
. 14
.. 364
. 724
214
i'4
.. CI
, 65
..4.M
.. 401,
.. (04
. 124
.. 62
.. 64
.. 174
"4
43
1-16
44
V4
794
714
(04
104
i:
15
44
I
.'1,
474
14
MS
7(4
"4
14
?4
654
4M
404
("4
1:
624
64
174
r.4
14
14
39
724
214
3
14
244
65
420
(04
404
124
614
64
174
54
f.'
SI
is
14
((
l 1G
2v. :
44
504
1
:i4
61
14
r,4
R.n.ROD STOCKS
1 Alehlaon .... 74 ?74
11 lloston A Albany tyi 1
1) lloston Kiev . .. "
91 lloston A Maine. . 64 6s
20 lloston A Maine iif.iw 100
5 'ti4t Central 10H4 1014
454 ir Haven.... 100 1054
.164 165
.15(4 1M4
10259 New Haven rts..
27 Old Colouv
220 I'liuiii Pacific.
M20 Cmon Pacific rts
44
('4
794
214
60S
14
2(4
T54
17,
: s is :
254
24
44
I
4M
74
lsS
12
IV".
100
1014
994
2 3-16
164
C44
50
li
14
36.
714
214
V,
14
294
65
420
()4
(04
11
624
64
174
54
524
M
19
I'll
f.04
214
61
li
"6
13
1 9 16
254
294
14
1
34
(4
94
454
'74
1"4
f.r.
10
1011,
1O0'.
2 7 U
165
1514
Total
.State of .New York. Co.unly of Nep- York, -.s
I. &'ri:vr.NSONi:.Altl.Cnlilrrof llirabove
naineil bank, do solemnly -.urar ih.it llic aboe
statement Is true lo tho best of my kiiuvMrdcc
mm iiriici.
STKVfNSriV I! WAIIIl Cithlir
t4ulicrlbeil and sunrn to before lnr this 12t)i ' Ceritllcd checks
nt New York, in Hie Stale nf New York, at Hie
elii'c of business, AuiruM th', 11)13.
Itll.SOl'RCITS.
Uians and discounts. . 53.3,9W.40
Otcrdrafts, secured anil utisef ured. , .17901
I. S. bonds to scenic circulation, , 3,ooo,(io uo
Oilier bonds, to lecuro
I S. deposits. , 1109,937. fO
To si'curo Postal S.iv-
lurs 4t4,O00 00
M.l.tlH.Sfl
Honda loanrd . :n;.(io in
llonds, serurltlrs, Ao..., 5J77.M2.7H
HankliiR liouve, furniture and Oitures l.4.Vi.:iis.'j;
Due from national banks
(not resTrvo awnts).. l,S0s,093.7t
Due from Mate and pri
vate banks and bank
ers, trust companies
and savin trs banks... l.JSSJtB.M
Check and other cash
Items 1M.S47.00
Earhanires for Clearing
House 2,273,075.1
Notes of other national
banks,.., 30.000 00
fractional paper cur
rrnry, nickels and
cents 2.6.1 05
Lawful money reserve In
bank, viz.:
Siecle 17.IM.M0O0
lx-itnMender notes . . 2,43i,oo0.tJ
tledcniiulon fund with
1.. (4. Treasurer (Ml of
circulation!,... ,. 1 50,000 CO
Due from U. S. Treas
urer 65.000 00
20.114.45o.7S
Total tt43.02S.SllJ7
LIAOILITinS.
Capital atoek paid lu tA,oo.onn.on
Surplus fund C.Oon.loO.OO
t'ndlvldrd profits, less expenses and
taxis paid.. 2 ,012. !0 12.1
Nnllotiiil bank notes out-
stniiilluir. . :.9T2,sno.oO
Due to other national
banks !3,aSO.77.70
Due to Sia te nnd private
banks and bankers . S .03402 05
Due to trust companies
and S'Vlutts banks . D.97,l73.i. . .-
Duidends unp:. . 'i1IRu3S.75'-" "
IndlMdual urpuslts sub
ject to cheel; . 29.82Sr;.lll
Demand certlllcates of
depoHlt.
(lav nf AuKitst. IU13.
i:. ii. c,i.i..N,.v.
Notaiy Public, Klurs County
( erlltlratr fllnl In New rk Coiiniv No. a.
Correct Attest:
II II TIIAYClt.
II V DAMSON, tDlrectois,
VDHIA.N ISKI.IN, .III ,)
7B.tl2 6.S
M7.7IO U7
s.nt;..Ki
45.171.5s
2112.032.115
Ml,.Vl.074.fi1
2.:i:l.V,
i.rti,u"iii
I50.(l(sl
2.IMMIU
&,3'.M,IIK.I7
INo. 1352.1
itni-oHT or Tin; condition or Tin-:
ll.Mi:ll NAII40 4.I, ll.K.
at New York Cll. In Hie stale of New ork
the clove of tiulnc!.H Aucust nth, 1913
llCSIlt'lll lis
lx.ms and dlsoiiifits '
Oicrilratts, M-ciircil and ui-ecutrd
i . ?i. ihiiiiIs ni scittre circulation
1". N. 1kihIh to secure t denovlts
C. S. tionds on nanrt
Bonds, srcurltle-, &C
llnnkliii; liouhe. furniture ami 111
lure.
Due from national hanks dot rr-
sere aiienlsi ,
Due from Slate and prliatc bunks
and bankers, tru-t ituiianlrs,and
savl-.cs ba'ilts
Cheek nod other cash Items
Kxetiaiieei for dealing Hot so
Notts of oilier national banks
fractional paper currents, nickels.
and rents.
I.nuful mono reverse In bank. (1
Spene.. 3ts.a.T..Isnii
lcal under holes :.7'i,!im
84 .4X2. 34 S
.17, Hl nil
1(11.1 15,
, Cashier's checks out-
.tanilluir
t'lilted Stales deposits
( Postal sailiiKs deposits.
bonds borrowed
Reserved for taxes . ....
Total. SS3.02,.8I.37
State of New York, County of New York, ss
I, JOSi:ill S. Dol'Si:. Cashier of the aboe.
named bank, do solemnly swear that the nbor
stateniiut is true lo thn best ot luv kuowleilst;
landliellef .IO.sf.pll S HOI'S);. Cdshler.
.Subserllied and sworn to before mc, this 12th
day of AueiiM. 191.1.
I UfMtY AUMANN. Jr.. Notary I4ibtic.
Correct - Attest:
WM. A. JAMISON. 1
I CIIA1II.K.S s. SAHOI'.NT. Jr . 1 Directors.
1 I'. A ItOCKKFf.U.l.lt, j
y 4- 4Ti i
5.343 .UOn.OO I
1.745.011.35 I
3.0;,7S,4 Ml
.'.:.! 1 7. Is
3 Ms SM( si)
4II.1.7JHJ
No 0955 1
itrpoRT or Tin: condition of Tin:
HARRIMAN NATIONAL BANK
CURB STOCKS.
Hay Stats Gas
Bohemia
l!ntou fir
llutte Central
Calaveras
Chief Cons ,
Cons Arlrona
Davis-lull
first National
lioldtleld Con
I-i Hose Cons
Majestic ,
Mexican Metal"
Nrvidi lunulas
CLOSING PRICK?.
Bid Asl.nl.
p 20
is
54 .55
ml .0
., Ml -
(...... -
14
20
1 13 16
2 11-16
1 s-lt
I 7-14
1 II IS
H.
4 - A ' New lUltl
61-4
l'l
IIONDS.
HM Am C, A E 5s ... K4
1000 Baldwin 5 1034
inni (;nv (s sei , .. yiij
?ni I'i Val Coal fs. . 1054
1W1 I-li Nav ( tt'S
2,w Market St Kl 4s.. . 91
4im l'hlla Klec 7. . .102
4ii l'hlla Klec Is.. . .
l'rto Heaililu s m 4s . .
(W) stand aas r. . , :iia
'ioo I'll Ky r Ii . TSIj
19011 Welshaeh r.s, , . 'j,i:4
S5
654
l'l
V5
1034
( 5-10 4,
1,1 .
4 11,
I'll,
si
1024
sll
9(4
914
734
liiii.
634
10
.4
444
M34
S14
P'54
ei4
'i I
l"i
so
914
144
734
6(4
10
V,
P'34
!'S
lllV,
994
94
1024
so
'I ,
9(4
THE CHICAGO MARKET.
Chicaoo, Auk. 12. The market devel
oped nn IrrcKUlar tone with the most im
portant chunRcs showing advances. Sears
Roebuck was the strong feature, while
fair gains were made In National Biscuit
and the American Can Issues. Chicago
Hallways 2s, Booth Fisheries preferred,
Illinois Brick nnd Chicago I'neumatlc
Tool were easier. Bonds dull. The sum
mary:
Ohio
One, o
Haven
Rhode Island Coal.
South Lake
Un Yenle Kxteu ...
51
14
44
.41
.17
51
44"
LAFAYETTE TRUST CO. DIVIDEND
Depositors lo B Per IV n I. More,
Mnklnic BO I'rr Cent. In All.
Superintendent Cieorge C. Van Tuyl. .lr..
of th- State nankin Department .voter
d.iv announced that checks would be
mailed to the 3.100 iiepti"'r i-"
Lafmctte Trust Company of Brooklyn,
which closed Its doors In the p.in ? o
190S, representing an additional dividend
of 5 per cent, aggregating SC9.334.
Since the liquidation has been In
progress the creditors have received
dividends amounting to 50 per cent, and
representing I697.CB6.
When the Institution failed thn liabili
ties amounted to' $2,301,731. The liqui
dation liafl been considerably delayed
owing to the difficulty of disposing of the
real estate assets to advantage.
Hedemptln fund with C S. Treas-
urcr i.1 per ceil, of circulation)
Due from t. S. Treasurer
Total.
LIABILITIES.
Capital stork paid In
Surplus fund..
Unilbl led pruills, lrssetpenses and
tnnes paU
National banknotes outstanding.
Due to other national
batiks :i.272,(:.s
1 lue to state nnd private
banks and bankers. t;.s;3.3:.SI
Due to trut compsnles
and savlucs banks 17.07.1,130 17
Dividends unpaid.
Iiidli klual iteHists n;li
lect lo check
Demand irrill.iates of
deposit,
cerlltic I checks.
Cashier's checks out
Mandlnc
I'nlted States detsislts
C. S tKinds tiorrj,ed
at New York City, In the State of New ntk
the close of business August u, 1913.
lil.Mirilt'KH.
1'niis and discounts .
1,(11 34 1 (Uerdralts. secured arid unsecured
I" .s bonds to secure circulation
I S. bonds to secuie 1' S deposits
Premiums on f s, bonds
I 3lii.nv( (ii J Houds, securities, i tc
Ssfe-ilemislt vaults
Due (null national baiika mot reserve
ai'intsi ...
Due frnmStatf and private bdnksand
tsinkers, trust comimtiles.and (4tv-
Incs banks.
Check and other cah hems. . .
i:chatiKcs for ciearlnir House
Nou s of other national banks
fractional paper cuirrnry, nickels.
and onts.
lawful money reserve In
bunk. Mr :
Specie . . , Jl,l)2l.a72ui
iU,n cm
17l.IOI.ISI
SIOI.S'AVO 97
.43.(111,11111(11
H.iiii.omm
S2l.2M.5d
1.2III.KIH.I
Ji.722.'r.'9 57
9.1 ,7
MI.M4H4I
,'al ll III
' fs.) ,)
6.',', ' 5 91
.'il.iin ID
Lilt ISH 4S
57.1.77-
I7ii.3.2ll
l.'l.lll.l 29
sillllll
The OUTSIDE Line
TO BOSTON
Around Cape Cod)
It is wonderfiil what this trip
does for the man who is working hard
in hot weather.
Only about 15M hours from port to portbut
the recuperative efiect is amazing..
The secret is breathing salt ocean air, the un
broken night's sleep out at se the complete
relaxation and change
from the daily grind.
V
Leave Pier 18. North River, foot of Murray St. at S r. m.
weekdays and Sunday. Due Boston 8.30 next morning. Fare
$4.00; inside 2-berth staterooms. $1.00; 2-berth outside rooms,
$2.00. Electric fans In inside rooms. Tickets and stateroom!
at Wharf Offlces, at 290 Broadway, also Tourist and N.Y.
Transfer Co. offices.
EASTERN S. S. LINES
5 AUmWJ&tyWPiTER
lihillllllilllllllllllllllHllllW
95 R
sn 17
J25.MKI.S91 21
1.437 27
(l.-'.M:l.11
1 .3.921 M
59 27n,.',v;, n;
2.5si.l
lx-ifnl'teniler notes
lledemptlon fund with 1'.
urer i3u of ctii uUtioti)
Due froii. C S Treasurer .
51C.HIM4I
; tt, n c;
I..I..I.I2
IKIIXIOI
Total. iai.s(..vi 117 j
Slate of New York, Countj of New o. s.:
I. ni.MLU f. WlllTI'AKIUt. Cashier of the
nlsive-naniiit bank, do solemnh swear that the
alsivc statement Is true to the ben of mv know I
edge and In Uef
ri.MKIt K. WIIHTtKHH. Cashier
Suliscrllied ar.d sworn to before me this l:tli
day of AueiiM, lul l
WASII'N I. THOMAS.
Votarv IMWIc. New York County.
Correii Attest
wii 1 1 i wonmv hd.
SAMI. I I'lTITKS Directors.
A C .lAMI'S,
y.io.ort 11)
.'II 111 1,1
il.iv.ii ?r,
s fit III
5.lnl 1,1
K'S.lM! Ill
Total $14,236,095.74
t.mm.inr.s,.
("apltalstoek pild In
Surplus fund
fnd'Vldeil profits, less e'iises and
laes pa 1,1
National bank notes oiitMJindtiii;
Due to other naituu.il
b.inks 3.52u.22t M
Due 10 Mate and private
tanks .mil banners ''',4.09') ?i
Due to trl.st co.ti;ianles
and Kivinirs Uiuks 7215(.ia
Individual ileisults miIi-
lect In rlueu. 7.5(.74l si
Demand ccrilDcaiesof de-
po-lt 2(211.1.1)
line cetlllicates or ue
lMisIt
Hudson River
by Daylight
All ."-ervlee Tally r.iecpt Sundsy Direct
)al, (enneet'ons to all pomis In the
( atkllis. Ssratosi, the Adir iiiilueks. the
Wen and Si.rir Ms'- ile.isurant.
Sir. 'Washington Irving"
lueday. ihtiridarf,. Saturd.Ti.
btr. "Hendrick Hudson"
Mcda?i, Jneilai, frldart.
I'efbrosstr St., S (1) A. it.. IV. (2d St,
y A. M.; . l2Hm SI . I
Nunkcrs, 5 15 A M , iandlnc at Mest
l'i i.t. Newburs;.' foeehlteepsis.
1. t.rstcn pi ,ni i atsk.ll. Hudson and
A, any ,i: ihrv ch tall tick ts be
lwern Nfr) or., snd lhsny serents 1
Str. "Robert Fulton"
leave! Peabrossss St., fdi . M ; v
7.1 M , 111 , il VV. lJUlli .St. in 20
A u.t lioikeri. lu.ai A U . for Weit
1'olnt. CorniralL Ncnburch h,i
To Boston
And New England Points
Fall River LinelProvidence Line
Lv fler 14. N It , foot fulton St.. week
lava and Sundays, 6 JO P. U. Steamers
4-OMMONnr.AIrif and PKLSOtLLA.
Orchestra on both.
Dally eicept Sundays. Lt. Pier 15. N n.
foot Barclay St., O0 P. ii. Stra. PRO VI
DKK47E aad PLTMOLTH.
$1.00 and $2.00 Outside Staterooms. Inside Staterooms have
OulHide Ventilation and are Always Cool and Comfortable.
Hudson River Day Lin I Other Long Island Sound Routes
( iiy
'ii . 15. Si-hwart i Creen, J.
17. Maiilielni i.' I'arl II
.. 9144
..124
Balsa.
tto Am Can..,....,
to Am Can pf....,
HAoTt T
BOO Booth Flan nf
so i ntcato fneu tool io
70 Cht Ks series 2.... 26;
1M Corn Prod Ref low,
U Goodrich 31
M Hart SAM pf,,,. 97
10 Illinois Brick 6m
110 Mont Ward pf IOJVi
125 National Mscult..,.120
100 Pennies (!a 114
25 Quaker Oats 230
nn Seara Hoebnck 174;
10 Sears-ltoebuek. pf.,120
10 Swift & Co 105U
"!' S Steel.., fit
:r, Union Carbide ... IDs
1S12 I'nion Carbide rts.. r.i;
BONDS.
50W) Armour i son
2100 Chleat o Tel In 100
imo Com Hdison 5s ,.1iki4
SOW Clly Hy r.s 100',
JOiiO Diamond Match 0s,103(,
MOO Chleasn Ity ts, ii
eit. Inf.
Qptn- Hlfh- Low Clon
ing, eai. eii
nut
l!Vi
77
M
2844
11V.
!1
7
C444
109'i
1204
114
230
171
120
lorn;
I
150
5
12S
I6V
M
24)44
10tj
31
7
44
loss
120
114
230
174
120
10514
C4
159
51,
12SV4
7H
60
26V4
11V.
II
7
U
109 S
12044
114
230
17C'i
120
105'i
C5
ir.9
t4
oh
100
loo1;
101
1031;
4
0Vi
100
)004
1001,
103L,
91
M'4
100
10044
101
10314
6S
EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE.
Eipnrta of me rchanillse from the port at
.sw iiiri ror inn weeK enden f(.iturrtya,
Amust . compare as follows with the simi
lar period a year ago:
Last week tlS.ClB.71T
Last year 16, 472,871
1913. 1M2.
fllnos January 1....I5G9,I147,:G t510,lM.5l!
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
CANADIAN PACIHC.
Ths Canadian Paclflo Railway Company
has liausd ths fallowing preliminary state
ment for ID year taaia juji imii
lilt. Cianas.
Oro tllMU.O Inc. tlMTJ.ltl
Working txpisaei. I.14.I26 Inc. It.ltt,t27
Net sarnlnv t4,24S.I74 Inc.
Eicess atesmihlp
earnings 1.545. J8 Ins.
To. net sarnlnri. 147,411,437 Inc.
FUed charice l,7e,I52 Ino.
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
Sr.W VOIth COI 'TV
.supreme ' ourt ppellate Division lifees.
Suiirenie ( ourt Special Term IMrt I ll' fore
(lleirerltli. J Court niiens at lo3ij A. .M. No, j
Deanvs De.iu: J. Sullliall vs It, ,.,-,111. 3, Millie) v,
llv.iu: ( liarilnarex k vs Oils i:eiutor i ,i , 5,
Hniuner vs Amer. Sueur rrtlniiiir ( o 0, llrekniaii
vs I elui libaiilii; 7, iMsritln vs Ocean Sli nmslilp
Co.. MnrColin.uk Vs lluilseu A Manhattan
11. It. Co; V. Vlnirut Vs Sltl, 10 Ceiri vs Tinker.
II. Siearn vs Inter. II T Co . 1;. Haves vs Inter
It T. Co , 13. tJetieral Dt lij'lraioi" Co v s liussluc
a so . 11. I'llH'U vs mier it 1 1 11
s (.oritou. 10. People vs Miller,
Hutel Credit U'tur Co.. Is. I'eniile vs 11.111k
'iriisl (11, IU. I)e Clcco vs (Jieen 211. Ilii.ner
Vs Helcliert; 21. Torklir vs Knepper. 22. llel.
Life Ins- Co. vs West St. Imp. Co . M, (irt.'iiti 111111
Vs .Noriou: 24. Moravetr vs llapin 1. 25, I M,
Tru.t t 1 vs (tarda; 2'.. l.udwkt Ism ii ft Co.;
vs Vat.ihlc: 27. Matterof laii,iro,2s, lllrschknvvliz
vs Col llsire: 21). Cltv Idal li Co. vs llclii-ou;
:i. Harney vi, taMli. 31. Same vs sur . 52,
N. Niv Ikink v Mlllei :u I'ltot vs piirnt.
S-nienJl Vs Cnstel I: .15. 1 irl'llir vs llr-uiitos
.V., (l.r-M-hMU s Vl'st,riHl 37 .V liter nf . 1 .
Its, (irossinati Vs lerrnia, 3'.. NeKelwi vs N'ni'l
Surely (11. to I'm dun vs N Pn-s to, 41
Matter of UicruK Aiilomolille Co ; 42. Ilarurli vs
Ikiruch; 13, Cnppiell 1 vs Slelliaiio; 11, Mauesiu vs
l('nvi'u ltealtv Co.: 15. liuvklsnn vs Duvutsnn:
40, llllss vs llllss; 47, Dc (irtitleste s IV drillresse;
is, naun vs iiann; iu, ( iirrie vs Colin: !. ,i.icols
vs Simpson; SI, People vs 1 rankeMierc; 52,
Prltu vs Prlnr: 53. Cornelius vs Cornelius: ta.
Slclii vs vWiltmau.55. Ithlnel.iiuler vsScheliletieii;;
ao. Aiurpuy vs ihiw.
rtupreme louri .special Term. ran II. lie
fore Weeks. J, Court opens at lO-H) A. M. V.x
pnrtc molten,.
Surrouaics Court- -Chamliers ltefnre 'olia
lan.S. Court onena at 10.30 A. U. Wills for nrn.
hate-Theresa dmllli, Louis Cure, Uarla i:
Servosa, Charles Ochs. Charles T. (ialloviay.
Johanna D. Hogan, Krr.ma A. Iluss, l'rnterlrk
II. Lee.
(Vrillled cheeks .
(5a-liler s clucks out-
sis'ulinc
1 11 ltc-41 States u!isiM
lteervcd for ta ves
Total
.Wl.'Al s.i
I (7.5s- VI
2.HS5 112
52,'.I J M
12 f.il liei (s '
f.. (inn
$14,236,095.74
if 'cv N nrk. s
'.l"lln r of the ahove
Sl.i tc of N'evv York Cournv
I JI'IIN . M1HI.I.
nai eit hank, ilo sol, e iilv sucar that the atHive
state' ent Is true to ll,e I l of " ) knoll li ll c.- ,'llul
belief JOHN A NilllI V ( ahkr
stiiiserit eit anil suorn 10 ti.'rore . e this 12th 1 1
la of August, pill
IIOMI 1
Currrcl lle.i
W WIPl'l.l IIM'ltlMA.N
'IIKIMAS I! CI MIKI',
SAMt 1:1. S CW I'liri.I .
P WOOD, N'otniy IMilihe
lllirctr s
, III 11 V I I 1 -si--
bro.e. St. Pier, .. X.
'll. sii.mn tut.
Afternoon Boat
Sleamer "ALBANY"
on "llarr Poiiell" Itouts
Crcitly Increased Capacity
s r nesi IV nl. .Neiv'i rcll. Pnuca-.e-r-sie
u ts or anil us; I.-iuIjd cs.
leives lle-h ,s,-, si 1 IS ! M.; West
s.'il S . 2 I' VI , Wt 125ih St.. ; 2)
1 t onkeis, 2-11 j D.vllv ei
ie'11 Sur.dav Meal .nninr 10 wt
I Int. returnlne liy Sir "ItOllLltr
111 IN." 51 1 or hy rn 1, SI PL
NF.W nKOFORD MSrr
Direct route to .New Bedford, Mass., and
summer resorts on Burrards Bay, Cape
( oil and Marthas Vineyard and .N'anfueket.
Sirs HAINB and KKW HAMPSIIIHK
l.v Pier 40. N. U-, foot of Houston St., week
days only, t)(0 P. M
HltllMSRPOKr mx:
Meekdaa Lv Pier 24, P R., ft Catharine
St , 11 ii) A II. ami 3-im p. m mh. ;un P. M
l.v. ft of Hast 221 St 3:30 P. 11. Satj 2 30
p M.. Sunitavs 5 .in P t Sirs. BKIDti):
POItT and .N ACLATt'CK.
NEW LONDON (NORWICH) LINr
Direct route New London. Watch J!
Block Iflanrt anrl .S'arra;anett Pier r
Pier 40. S. H . frot Houston St , wesV dir.
0(11 P. )1 Pier 70 1' it., foot F 22,1 .St s 10
P. M. Sirs. ITTV OF l.OWKI.I M
CHCSTKK W. CHAPI.V.
Ni:w nAVF.N LINK
To New Haren. Hartford. Sprlntt'W se
North. Lv. Pier 2'. P. K. ft. Cither! e
week das 2.45 P At. Sundays, id i
Lv. Hast 22d St.. week ilajs. son p y .
da low A. At. Sir. HICHA11D Pi:i K
2.47.ll
141.115
S.0SI.T46
151,415
Balance 114, 415.086 Inc. 12.717,331
Steamship replace-
ment, Ac 1,125,000
Avallulila for divi
dend 15,410,015 Inc.
All dividends 17,17M: Inc.
Surplus from rail
way and team
ship line carried
forward 11,310.257 lnr,
Income from land
alee, Ac 5,501.151 Dec.
2.737.331
1,7,53
74L7JI
4, 111, 452
I'liurl (( e, ial 'lirn Part i IWfoie
(ii'irt opitis at in Yl Mntlo s
llitore M'eeii. .1 (ourt onens ai ti'
A, II l. parle n.a'U rs
IvIMiS COl'NTV.
Supieu ourt SiK'cial Teri.i (Wore Cr'ine
J. Court oN-ns at in A. At Lltlxau il motions
lU foie Ikuiiliet. .1 l.x pine matteis
Supreme Court Srhl Trim Ir.ltls d
Jotiruiil for the term.
Supreme Co'jrt Tilil Telle iIJomiiici1 for
the ten".
( iiuntv Court ('iiiii'nal Calendar I'm T al
Pin 1 Ps-fnre Tiernaii. Mike tl.vs.mi
rohls'ry Ac. 'Ihoiuas r. Ilnilai.in. Pasipi le
Salvmi.l. alias Patrick SiMlliali. .is,iult: Jnsepli
Call'th'ii. Iiurulurv vc . lashkn Ivomltsky alias
.lohn lliiinltrskv . raN; Max (iolilsteui ctauil lnr
ceny. M'ctiael Walsh, vlohtlnc section lS'U of
the Penal Ijiu: Harry liosinilial, eranil liiunj.
Tor Trial Part III iWoie allstiury .1
Ceorire Conrad, luirKlary. Ac .laeoti Pulse, grand
lari-eny; lands lU-rkmilti!. Milium Pelnp ch
ImrKlary, Ac . Adolpti l-i Itose, ahduciliM rape.
Ac; Iknny S'ocrlla. assault: Samuel .,' m.iii.
crand larceny. .Uioh Molece, assault, Ac
Surroyiite's Court llefore lietehaiii, S, Court
opens nt m A. M. In the 1 In 11 of lleiords, second
floor Wills of Ida M, Miller, Ihntns P poster
Aeroiintlni: of Tjicresla Iluber, Lin Wlntjen
Hefereca Appointed.
Supreme Court Ily Justice (lleserlch- llrlspi
ts (lourand, Algernon S. Norton.
" l
llrketa. Staterooms and Information at (Pity Ticket Offlre, 12 1 Ilraariwai
4 erllJndt B)t.; sImj at . y. Transfer Oftlcea. Tourist Ottlcea A at Piers.
The New England Steamship Co.
SPECIAL
NOTICE
CONK V ISLAND AN1
ROCKAWAY It EACH.- -TO-DAY
ST11S. ItOSI'.DAIJ. AM) .Klll.V S I.Vr'.S 1 1 It.
1 KAVi: W 120 ST.. U 15 and 1015 A. lt,
HPS I 'j:! SI., II 45. 111.(5, 2') and 3 2(1.
UAlTPHY.IO.l5.il 15 2 l5andJ(.V
COM; 1SI ND, SMi.ctoand 7J)
HOC KAW A , 12 15. 1 .15. 5,5 and :5.
BLOCK ISLAND, ORIENT,
GREENPORT, SHELTER ISLAND
AND SAO HARBOR
Str. "Sr)ianerck" ' Uoil,,uk Steamboat Ca.'o
Uae, leaves N. V.. Pier IS. It- Tutt. aad Taura.
a.90 P. M.; San., ixu P. U.
TO NOHT11 Jl'.llSI'.Y COAST HlOUTS.
SANDY HOOK Itol'TK. NF.WJlIHSr.YCKNTItAI.
KxcritsuiNs.
FINANCIAL NOTES.
The Utoek Rxchange committee on securi
ties lias ruled that the common anil pre.
ferred stneks of His Union P.ieltlc Itallroad
Company shall srli ex rlihts to-day In con-
iieinnn nun uin suimcripiion p;
that lou, I'n holdlnts of South
SlOCK.
rlvllaaa fne
Southern Pucltlo
Tnlman Held for L'anry.
II. Tnl run n, tl yeara old.
B. II.
Daniel
money ienior, or .Montclalr, TV. J was
held In tr.00 tmll hy MiiRlatnitn Hnrlow In
tha Tonilia poili o coutt yesterdny. He not
llHll.
Tolmnri waa charRcd hy farl Schick, a
riA.nf 319tnKt 114th Btnst. with
Sou? lnUre;L"lnB "y dtm,ndl"K
Surplus I24.S08.40I1 Dec. JS, 341,254
INTKHOCnANIO RAILWAY OP MEXICO.
The Interoceanlc Itallway ot Mexico re
ports for June (Mexican currency);
111. Channea.
Oross earnlnis. ,
Oper. eipenses,.
Net earnings,
Fiscal year:
dross earnings, ,
Oper, expenses, .
IICS.0IG Inc.
513,191 inc.
t21.55l
5,044
tSl,l23 Inc. 116,515
ILlil.ill Inc.
5.166,027 Inc.
1154,233
5,044
II, 0
Net earnlnxs... 13.255,362 Inc.
UNTO.' PACIFIC,
The Union Pacific system reports to the
Interstate Commerce Commission for June
and twelve months as follows:
1013. Changes.
I7.39H.674 Inc. 1042.993
4,(17S,77 Uec. :3f,
371,090 inc.
2.160,043 Inc.
t 1 . r. s n
o.:i;s
Total oper, rev..
Total oper. expe,
Taxea
Oper income
Twelve months:
Total oper. rev, , ,tl,llO.IO Inc. 7,610,209
Total oper asps,, 52,097,5(11 Ino. 3,504,245
Taxea 4,666,275 Inc. 207.44
Oper. Income 14,041,065 Inc. 3,722,552
Missouri Pacific: .
First week August 11,155,000 Dee. 147,000
From July 1 6,212,449 Dee. 173,064
National Hallways nf Mexico:
First Week August 1555,107 Dee, 1624.164
Krera July t I,l4Li:7 Dec. 1.114,21!
ToPORTIAND
Going to Maine for your vacation?
You will get three vacations in one if you
go and return by water.
One of the most fascinating eea-trips in the
world. Every mile full of enjoyment.
For a day and a night you will breathe exhila
rating sea air. You will delight in the comfortable
staterooms and bountiful table.
Yon will arrive rented and refreshed instead
of dusty and travel-worn. You will surely come
back the name way. Fares lower than byraU. '
Steel stiNinisliipt North Land and Old Colony.
""ii Jtiver, tool or Warren Ht,, TneMliiy, Thursday
'..M.J Moiiduy, iikhuA.M. Kare, t- round trip. tin.
' and JlHI Itroadwnv nlan Tntielsl iiml K'a. V....I.
l.cnvo I'lcr in, North Itlv
nnd Mniiii'iiay, I
'llcketH at Pier and Jwi llroHdwuy, alio
Tranefer Co, ofllcpi llirmiiiliiiut the city.
Maine Steamship Line Eastern S. S. Lines
AlX-Jhe-WaY-lArmTl3t
DAYLIGHT TRIPS
Long Island Sound
NEW LONDON LINE
On Mondays Sir. CIll'.S
Tl'lt W. CIIAPIN ivs.
Pier 40. . it, n. Houston St.. Mm A. M., It.
nf IJ. .Vd !.. n:in A. V . for Nevi Linden. Nor
wlch. .Slonlncion. Watcli 1II1I Narraitansett
Pier. Pioi'lilenie, llos'oh, Ac. I'nl.Vi on tequest.
4 llj- ticket ' Kent, iTI llroidmiv, . V,
2--J - - --la,
Mt'lltiOt.AI h4' NOI IC P..
PAAON, It AKV AN.W. -Ill putsinnie of an
order of Hon llnhert Ludlow Pow ler. n Knrrogate
of the l ount nt New nrk, N'oilie l hereby t'tven
to all perkons liavlni; cliiuis ar.iinst Mary Anna
I'.'isoll, lale of the Coullly of .New Vork, lU'Ccasril.
In iiit'M'iit Hie s-inie ul'li louchers thereof to the
suli-ertl" r. nt Ills pine of ti.iusnritiit; )iusiess,
at the ultltc of Aiuold A tirieiie. o 111 llioad
May, llniiiiiitli of Miniliall'in. In the ('liy of ev
York, on or liefoio the 1st day of Senicnihcr ne.t.
Dated, New Ymk. the: Mini ll of I ehrn.iry. IUI3.
( IIAItl.C.s II SIII'I.DO.V, Paecuior.
AHNfil.lt A (illl'I'M..
Atlys. fur Pxectilur
lit llroiduny, lloroueli of Manhattan.
City nt .New York.
XI Lt.NDlNti Al w. !i:u sr.
I'.nri'dk aie enutloneil in buy tickets ONI.T at
IttON Siir.VMIIOAr 4'4t.'S ll(. UM'ICKS.
CONEY ISLAND
I .U4, Vl! 44 IS I l-ittl'll SIIILKI.
mm, .4U. iu..i. 1 l::o A. it.. i;:.ii. i u. -.mjo, 2:45,
4:ir, s:l., num. l:M. 40 P. M.
1.1- Vi: I'll'.lt I, NOIITII KIVKK.
9 45. 10.20. 11:15 A. M.t 12,15, P15, 2l. 2:45, J.M.
4:15, 500, fit"). C:l. T:!.'.. 8.15, 030 P. M.
i.iuvi: sii:i:pi.i:4 iiasik park.
10.55 A. U.: 1225. 125. 2:25, .1'IU. 3 il, '4:15, 525.
S.I0, 7 10. 7 60, 25, V.25, 10.40 P. U,
I rip marked does not so lo laatli SC.
ttnnMTtlnTI.H I ,"tom I29lh St.. COCcntS.
KoundTrlpTlckets ,,,om j,. 4C cents.
Deep Sea Fishing Str. "Taurus"
Dally from pier 1.
rare weeaaays,
N. H.. ONLT at 120 A. U.
25 cents. Sundays, 11.00.
Rockaway Beach
Steamer "GRAND REPUBLIC"
l.v. l ookers, :S5 A. M.: W. ia9th St., 40 A. 11.,
1:18 P. U.: Fler 1, N. .. 1020 A. M.. 2:15 P. al.;
Itoekawar llearh, 12.90, (1:45 P. U.
Iransfer lo str. "tirand Kepubllc."
Itouml Irlp Tickets. 60c; Children, ase.
PAWOOI). IIIJ.MtV. In p nance of an order
of Hun. Itoliert I iidlnw loutei. a SinroRate of
Hie County nf eiv York, Noilee Is heieby irivcn
10 all persons linvliif claims n mi In si Henry
('nuiiiiil, late nf the ('otiiity of e York, lie.
i eased, lo pieseut I he hltm uilli viiikIicin thereof
un- iiu s, ,,- i. ,u nun 1,1.11,' in 1 1 iiiis.il 1 iu K
lillslnrss, No. (0 Cednr Street, III the I'lly uf Ni vv
I i orK, on (ir nciore me .4tini.iy or ..ovemiiernext
Dated, .New iiirk, Hie Kill day ol May, 11113.
Ill I llllil. i i v i ,
Al (IIIHTA 11. CAWOOI).
AdmlnUtratora.
I'HKDf.ltH'K W tlMiVIN.
Attoinry for AilinlnUtr.itiirs,
41", Cedar St.. New York I ll v
CAG MOONLIGHT
EXCURSION
Up the Hudson
Wednesday. Aug. 13th
-us -
qiuiir iniQniiniPi nw
nuiiiununun
PEOPLE'S LINE ( Albany
?J, n,r 3- ' '
!!'. 'Hf Soodu. SI t F M
4. I2ta 8t st .4S p. at
CITIZENS' UNE(Alb7&Tror
teuaen TKUJAS BalNSaMAI.K
ase Pier S. m. r., mk4in .1 s 1
?.'i?'JasB r- ' V'"
at T P. M. Nevtsu)! at J p. .: po,i
JJjlJ 7 P. U. Ifsktsc all laaaun 1 -'
iii!5j".''"'' Ue ''"
urn wtt tarata. Lake Oeont, 1j.
CkanyMla. nW AiUexsiaess tS . t
J" aMta. east aal wu.
He rridav .t....
IW M04)8eiaV. '
inatBf aersk-s it Laze. Mnalr
Via Boat and Trolliy, $2.25
Providence Direct, SI. 50 Worcester. S2.4Q
Slaleroems, .si. on, $in nii'l
Meel Kti'Sluslllps
CiFJOntilA and TIJNMJS
Dally. Ineluittr.i; SiiiuImi. A :lo
Prom Pier 19. ll. It, pimue I
City Ticket ome. iiili Itroado
Pptonn Ticket (trllcs, lViv.i
yv"r for Sumin r
I' M
Steamer
Line
Sleamer leaves Pier 32, .V, II., foot of
Canal Ht al 7J) I', 11.; West l.TJit St.,
DM P. M.
llriiinilnc about mldnlcht.
Dining Room Open from 6 P. M.
Music Cafe Dancing
HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.
... . . , . . .
SAMTAItlL'Jl.
DR. G1VENS SANITARIUM
FOll MJItVOUS DISKASIJ.S,
lis localed at Klamford, Conn., W minutes from
new nirK tur ami ui trsins escn ay dally; a
separate cotinir Is provided for persons addletod
lo the ore of drncs and stimulants.
Telephone 70 Mir.mfnrd or write.
Ultr.NH NAM I AHUM,
Stamford. Cum.
"The Pnlillr lie Pleased."
COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON .In" !!'::,' $2.65
PROVIDENCE lil'rVe, $1.75
WrrkdaVK and .Sundnis at i:m p. Ji. Um .i...
at), It., foot West Houston Mi. Henhs free.
All tluttlde Kooms- Finest Service.
t!puin offlre: llroadway tc 29d Ml,
and all Tyson's Ticket OCnree.
'Phones .spring m and bir,
Direct rdiiiieotiiiim vvi'l s n
SnrinRn, l,al;n (JoirRo, liko
plain, Adiroinl.irU SiiintDi'i'
und all jioiiitn. Xttrtli, l-n-t ,ii
llest I'ul.lne. 4ue,
Dsstsse checked in (le.ilnailmi
lomolilles carried al reduced rale.
steamers leave dally, I ler :c.i N
foot West Houston Mrei l ftd p V)
128tll stieel. f. p M '1 ,,.,. u"
L;,7.V2?,Y.-"''XLinON"!:,i'
Ai(tu.-vi .ten
Office, flatlriiii IIMc.
I
I
aara
lDIIK III)
Phone t,r ' "
RED IANK LINE
eavo 1 iniu
(. Noiili idvei
kill A VI ''-111 11 M. 1U.II..,.. fi.SV A
P. M.; .Suiidats, leave Franklin el , '
h If, A, M ,; hattciv, K.M A- M , 1)3
, lllchlanils, llrd Rink, Ac Koiind
I Trollev coiiiiiTllnlis at all I.iiiiIIm c
OMSLTiVATiu.v, iiimtisr a iiai.cvon "
Arouad New lorkaalli from tuii.rv pi., in., U AnTISAairs I IMT
A. u.. 2l p. u. TtiMV.K riii! (ii'sa v 'i i ruin s rwni . t s-
tieok Lliouhlp. Ports Uuatasllne. Lvtrdally ( ;r!im f.r ' Kl Ulier. foot o'
r. s. imiiuu 94 r. at. i si. moaa, his.
iUU'
Sifht-Seeing Yachts
)MSLl7vATIU., llllltisr A IIAI.4JY
..!'" ' dallv ese.nl .;un,l.v .1 & 1
niver tanuiuii.
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Mrlts for Summer laldir,
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