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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 151?).
GAMBLERS CORNER
DYESTUFF SUPPLY
10
STATE INSURANCE NL vacation cruses
CRITIC IS ASSAILED CALIF0EN1A EXPOSITIONS
Searchlight Route
Eastern Steamship Lines
All-the-Way-by-Water
TREASURE TRAIN BRINGS
$18,000,000 MORE IN GOLD
Heavily Guarded Consignment From England on Way
Here Brought to Montreal on Cruiser
by Sir David Beatty.
Cost of Dyeing Ailvntieps More
Than 100 Prr Cent., Say
Exports.
BIO SHORTAGE IN KLACKS
l
THiuniri.rH!A. Aim. BptCUlttOft,
Quick to take advnntaire of the tlenttti
In dyestuff eaued hy the BurOpMd
WAr. have cornered I he hulk of available
color material In America ami raised
the price to jturh prohibitive ftRiiiei
that the MM of dyelne lias nttv.in. i .1
more than 5in per cent . It I rharged
here.
In a statement entltlrrl "The Actual '
leu-ia Reitardlnn t'.ie Dj entiiff Situa
tion" the ahnve char! wa made to-day j
by the Master Dpgfg AaOClatlOTl of
Philadelphia over the signatures of
Prealdent D. F. Waters, Vice-President
William H. Brchm and Secretary Will
lam Wall. The aanorlatlon IIM lude the
leading men In the dyelnfr industry In i
thla city
The atatement denies that the Amerl-1
can dye problem has been Mlved and
predicts a ahortaKe In all color ma
terials within the next few weeks This
tg a part of the statement :
"We feel It la the duty of t liose en
gaged In the dyeing Industry, and who
r entirely dependent upon a iipil
of dyostufrs to continue their business,
to Inform the public of the actual con
dition a they exist In Philadelphia, the
largest dyeing centre In the world.
No Ne.a Method llraeltipetl.
"We have gone to great expense and
Inconvenience to follow up every pros
pect that would eem to promise relief,
have held many special meeting and
have been represented at every public
demons! ration which endeavored tn de
velop something that would at h ast an
swer the purpose until normal conditions
Would attain prevail, and It is only fair
to say that no new methods have been
developed for the manufacture of dye
stuff "Our tets of so-called new fast blMKI
tiava convinced us that In no Instance :
can they be compared with what every
dyer and textile manufacturer Is thor
oughly familiar with as fast black.
'The American manufacturers of dye- '
tuffs who were established prior to the
war are well aware of what Is required
because of their experience with foreign
competition, and they are making every
ffort to meet the j!tUa!ton. but thev '
And the greatest difficulty In procuring
ran materials in sufficient quantities,
wing to the present demand for those
raw products for other purpose.
"We understand that their efforts are
mainly directed toward producing gliade
of black, which of course are used :t.
largest quantities, and while this will
be a very great help It 1 only a Question
Of at moat a few weeks when the shori
age In color of various shades will he j
as bad as that which now exists In
blacks
Prohibit I, e Price.
"It 1 quite true that some dyeetuff;
f all color are atlll be.nir offered fo-I
Bate, but with hardly any exceptloe
these are In the hands of dealers, with-'
out any manufacturing connections, and '
In some Instance they have never be
fore thi year been even Indirectly con
nected with the manufacture or sale of
dyestuffs. These materials are quote! j
at such prclea as to entirely prohibit ,
the r use
"We are therefore forced to use what
to commonly called vegetable or wood
dyes. These we cannot guarantee be-1
cause they are not fast and they have
been obsolete In wearing materials for
the textile trade for many years.
These facts are conservatively stated,
and are given at the repeated rsqusatl
of many manufacturers and distributer 1
of textile fabrics who find it difficult to
convince their customer of the actual
situation."
PASSENGER AGENTS ON FBOLIC.
Special Train ("tarries sa.l to At
lantic city lor Online.
Atlantic Cr T, X. J., Aug I!. The
New York city Association of Pasaen-
g'r and Ticket Agents held Its annual
outing here to-day. More than Hi:.',
of the 742 members of the organization
general passenger agents, m.inag. rs
nd ticket sellers of the various trans
portation lines or New York attended.
The holiday makers left New York at
1 o'clock this afternoon In a special train
made up of the highest type of Pullman
cars and three dining cars, (in the run '
to this city luncheon was served When
they arrived here they were met by
representative of the city and by mem
ber of the Hotel Men. Association.
Thsy attended an entertainment ar
ranged specially for them, went In bath- '
Ing and then enjoyed rides. In rolling
chairs After dinner they w.Te the
guest of the various theatrical man
agers. The members will spend the night
on the train which will arrive at the'
1-ennayivanla station in S-w York in
the morning.
LEBAUDY IS FREE AGAIN.
y
Emperor of the Sahara rirarrl"
la Out of Sanitarium.
WaersfRT, L. I, Auk. II. Jaoquea
Liebaudy, the self-atyled "Bmparor of
the Sahara Desert, of Hempstead
PlsJn!. I.. 1 . whose antics near the
Meadow Urn tk Hunt flub lam week,
whan he poaed .in :t Held marahal of
Franee caused hi commitment tn t aanl
torlum at Amltyyllle. I no lontor In
the Institution, as Supreme t'ourt Juatlos
iVudder refuacd to-day to commit him
permanently.
I-baudy wa sent tn Amlty-fllle on
ten day emerRetn-y commitment. Thla
expired yeaterday and Lobatldy MaM
turned over to the ,-arr of W. Murdock,
Wtio Is employed by the Hint of Win-
tnmp a Ktimoon of Manhetton, it is
understood here to-nighi that the em
peror win leave for London and win
later go to France. Ictiainly' wife aim
dHutrhter are atlll at their Mtato near
ttis Meadow lirnnk Hunt flub.
JPERMITS MORGAN STOCK SALE.
Oale Allows Transfer of I a 1 1 a h I .
( ontrol.
On the application of farter, Ladyard
4V Mllburn. counsel for the aetata ot J.
IMerjront Morgan, a waiver has been is
sued by laifnyettc H. lilea.tn. OOUnool
for State Comptroller Travis, permittiiiK
the atock of the Bqultgblf Lit! Assur
Once Society, owned by Mr Uorgan, to
be disposed of prior to the appraisal
Ot Mr. Morgan' eslale
ThU la the controlling stock In the
Bquitabl which was sold by .1 1' gor
gan to lien. T folsmln du Pont The
t!te Oomrrtrnll. r a waiver oil neces
sary befor the atock could bu deliv
gred uiiea du Pont.
Kightern million dollar In Brltlsn
gold coin, the second shipment from
London to New York in the month, la
btlnff rushed here from Halifax, where
i MM received Irom Hrltlsh cruiser.
The Mold is BORllng in a special train of
six sl el cars, a steel passenger coach
and dining cai, in charge Of otttclals of
the American Mx pre Company. It is
being watched over by twenty -five armed
guards. The train crossed the border
V sterday morning at ' o clock and
nasasd throng a Bangor, Me, at noon.
It Is tbOUghl thai the trniu will reach
New York about noon to-day, but every
dotal! ot Its movement is ui rounded
with as much secrecy as possible as an
additional safeguard.
It was estimated in Wall Street yes
terday that the gold shipment was ap
proXIntatOly lls.fMnl.OOO and a part of
the 'O,tS0,O00 sent here (Ton IiOtulon to
strengthen ogehango on London, The
shipment of gold of August 10 ron
S.Mte.l ,f $19,504,100 and was deposited
In the I'nlted States Sub-Treasury to th
account of J, I. Morgan - i'o.. fiscal
agents of the Brtttob 1 iovernment In 'hi
country,
It is rumored that the llrltish cruiser
Which arrived in Halifax on Friday
with the gold wa In the command of
Sir David Heatty, the popular Hriliah
tinvai hero of the hour, who, if in report
l true, H responsible for the British
success In shipping the gold through the
war sone surrounding the British Ile
without mishap.
The fast cruiser which brought the
gold was probably COnVOysd through the
MM of the OpOWsOon Of the liennan
submarines by a flotilla of destroyer.
None of the general officers of the
American Kxpress Company could be
reached yestsrday afternoon, it wa
reported that moot of them went to Hall
fax to receive the gold from the British
Government officials.
It was reported along the line that
the treasure train was preceded by a
pilot train made up exactly like the gold
train, but consisting only of empty can,
so that If any attempt was made to blow
TEACHER-MOTHERS GET
FORMER PLAGES BACK
Minn of ThoM Who Hosijcned
in Four of Dismissal Are i
lleinstiited.
Teacher-mother are being" restored
to their former positions by the Hoard
of Education as rapidly as the record
can be exam.ne.1 and tb.e application
for reinstatement conslderei before the
opening; of the public cheols In the fall.
The return of these teacher I a
result of the opinion handed down on
January ll of tin year by Ilr. John
II. Kinley, State I'nmmlssloner of Kdu
catlon, after u complete review had been
made of the case of Mrs. Bridget t'
I'eixotto, who was dismissed on April
L'i. inn, after having given birth to a
chill.
Not only will those under suspension
be returned to their regular pot but
thore who resigned In fear that they
wnirV! be dismissed if they were absent
by reason of childbirth will be rein
stated. The board has returned eighteen of
those in the latter class to date and
has granted the two year maternity
leave to three whose resignations were
rescinded Among those who have been
restored to duty are:
June I Tsiesi m Traver, r h. hi,
Manhattan: re.lgnd November 2. 1914.
June 14 Wlllielmtna Sehweinfeat. l g.
III, Brooklyn; reaiKneil Oi'tM.er 1. 1912.
June II Mary E U Wjlah. I'. t. It,
Brooklyn; resigned October 1. inn.
May 6 Anna M shannon. P. ft. 49.
Queen, resigned Mar.-ii 2. lull.
Mai l" Bllisbeth W Lavery, p. s 174.
Brooklyn; reine,i October 7. 1914.
May io -Daisy it. Reynolds, P s.
Th.- Hri.nx; ralgnct li. lnlter 1, 1914
May II Marie A McCarthy. P. H ii.
The lirnnx. realgned Sept. nrher l:.. 191S.
M-i v 11 M!y M A pica r. P. S. S9, Queen ;
rarlgned Movsmber 1. 1914.
May II- Vrn.nl. u A lireen. I' S. 4. The
Bronx! r..lni-.l lletnher 9. 1914
May 17- Mary A Ptegsl, P. S. !.
Brooklyn: realgnad K.'t.rnary l. 1012.
May 24 i.ra.e M tloilman. P. S. 39B.
Manhattan: ri.linil April li. 1914.
April s lira.. W Kent. I' f. lIO.
Msnhstlan; r. ln. l Pehruarv . 1111
April s Mabel 1. Prl.e. P. a. 12. The
Itr.iirx ; realgni-i April 27. 1914.
April Martha K. Bragar. P s. 174.
Brooklyn; rsslgned February !. 114.
April it Anna Proctor Adams, p. .
The Hrnnx. resigned April 20. 1914
April 29 Mary Graham Ford. P P. Ill,
Brooklyn; rsalgned Jtovaniber 1. 1912.
TO SELL McCLURE STRUCTURE.
Mnrttfiiue Holder Forrcloara on
l.onu lolaad I ItV Ii nl i.l I or .
The 1500,000 ratorj brick fireproof
building put up In LiOnl Inland City
by the S. S. Mcflure Company to carry
out the COmDany'a Ideas of it model
printing and puhlirhlnk plant Is to be i
sold under forooloouro proceeding! to I
satisfy a mortgage of 196,000, with.
II.4S0 accumulated Interest. The mort
Kaire la held by the Newburi-'h Savinaa
Bank f Nowburgh, N, Y. Edgar v.
Haaleton, sis referee, will conduct the
sale, which baa been set for Septem
ber 17.
owing- to the .'act that It iolda a sec
ond mortMO of H2ri,riii0 the West Vir
ginia Paper nnd Pulp Company wb
namanl as a OOdOfendanl In the fore
closure proceedings.
1 11 1 its.
Lite Summer and Fall Touri to the F.poi
tiom inrludibg Colorado K. sorts,
Grand Canyon, California Coaat
Reiort!, Arizona National Re
verve, Rooievelt Dam, New Or
leans, Panama Canal, etc. Es
corted Tours de Luxe Departures Septem
ber 10, 24. October 8. 22. November 4. 18.
Trafil Semes ibsolutely the beil.
ProKratus. eallmates. lOformOllOO fnav
THOS. COOK & SON
24 IVway Hipp Ctly Hull Psrki
2t fifth Ave (I'or. HUIh Ni l
.Mil Fifth Ave il or. 4lllh Ht.)
Wall Broadway if or. 72d hi.i
Maltnra to ii.. KkaesltlOO re ear
.11. ill, In.llrd to Inapeet our Tratel
I atillilt In i In- I rallaporlatloii Rulldln
LABOR DAY TOURS
Msr rails, AjUaatse our, Labi iore.
Attaiilile l'ham, HHHI lalsud. etc.
Anil to all prominent Summer Keaorta
I KWIa I III Ids l CO).,
OSS U'wy. New Yor. Tei. 4630 rrsaalla ,
up the roadbed or bridges the empty
train would show the- danger.
It took twenty-five motor vans to
tram perl the gold in the former ship
ment from the train to th,1 New York
Suh-Ttea-oiry It todk practically an
hour at each end to load and unload
the vans The treasure on August In
watt received at the American Kxpress
terminal at Tenth avenue and Thirty
third stive,
It I reported that In addition to the
1 11,090,000 in gold coin the Llrltish
cruiser brought I25.000.ni)li in securities
STERLING DROPS LOWER,
incline. While llrltish dM Is
it. in Hurried Here.
With sterling sgchgfltta selling at the
new low record prices of 4.(1:1 for
demand and 4.11:1 V for cables. It was
arned yesterdn from authoritative
ources that shipment of about $18,
nnn.nnn in goM com wa on its way to
New York.
Hankers here pointed out. howevei
that even If (Sreat Hrltaln send $40,000,.
"00 In gold to this country It will d i
.ittle to correct the present depreciation
ii foreign exchange and that It will re
quire a credit or loan of several hundred
million dollar to readjust the situation.
Negotiations to that end are known to
have been under way for some time, but
their continuance will be held in gbgy.
ance tintil the arrival here of lint Us,
and French g une to discuss the matter
with leading New York banker. The
fact that French bankers are to accom
pany the English delegates lends credl'.
to the belief that the loan or credit may
lie of a Joint nature. In which not only
England but France and Hussla will se
cure the necessary financing.
FranoO were a lOO lower yesterday,
I closing at n.9 for checks and 5.87 for
cables, as compared with MUSI, for
I checks and 0.97 4 for cables on Frldav.
Marks were lower at M 4 for eight
j drafts and SI 3-lfi for cables, against
a previous clone of tt ami si 5-lS re-
spectlvely. Italian lire sold down to 6.50
from 0.49. Austrian kronen wa un
changed at 15.05, as were ruble at 33.
STAMLER GIRLS FAIL
TO FIND NEW HOME
Permission (liven to
Stay
hut
Aboiinl I'ntil MondHY.
Future Is Hazv.
A mournful lot of glrla sit yesterday
afternoon In the big cshin of the Jacob
A Stamler. the John Arbuckle floating
hotel for working girls, which ha been
moored for years at Kast Twenty-third
Mreet. They had been told that on Mon
day they must leave the roomy and
comfortable quartrra l.rcaui-e of the de
clalon by the Arbuckle Deep Sea Hotel
Company to abandon the ship.
They hail supposed yesterday would
be their last day. but word had come
from the Arbuckle estate that they
could stay until Monday, and Frank
Sheeley, manager of the hotel, hoped
! that some way could Mill be found to
save the Stamler.
It cost lew thun 13 a week to live on
the old ship, and the girls have been
searching New York ince they were told
that the hotel's days were numbered to
find another place where they could live
cheaply and comfortably. One girl,
leaning wearily against the cabin door
yesterday, told of the hunt in a quiet
monotone, which showed how hard she
had been hit by the thought of having
, tj give up every cent she earns for a
small room and food In a boarding
. house.
"There Isn't n girl on this boat who
makes 19 a week," he said, "and you
know how far that goes in (hi city. I
I have only been here a year, and this old
place filled the place of home We have
! been very happy here, all of us. We
1 have been tramping all over town trying
to find a place which would give u
j food and room and leave us a little
I money over, as we have had here. If
there is such a place we can t find it.
"Some of the girls don't make more
than enough to pay their board here, and
, when they have to go ou! the Lord only
1 knows how they will get along. I guesa
they gave u till Monday so that the
girl on vacations could get back and
get their thing, but a day or two
doesn't make much difference. They
: are taking our home away from u."
Mrs William Jameson, a sister of the
. late John Arbuckle, who started the
hotel, refused to say anything about the
! matter yesterday. ,
I "I wish you wouldn't print anything
I about it." she laid at her home In Spring
Lake. "I can't talk about It."
CALIFORNIA
Last Tour via Yellowstone Park leaves Sept. 9
Last Tour via Canadian Rockies leaves Oct. 5
Raymond & Whitcomb Co., pioneer in the California field, offer
toura to the Exposition! on the higheit plane of travel.
itineraries include Grand Canyon, Yellowatone Park, Canadian
Rockiea, Yoaemite and Panama ; atop-overi permitted anywhere.
Luiurioua train aervice, best hotel!, lide trip by automobile.
Part ie. limited in number!. All the freedom of independent travel
without the worry of arrangement a
Ihporturrs Aug. 31, tfesjf, 1, 4, 7, 9 otulhilrr.
Seven Stataa Scenic Tour by Automobile Sept. 2,
to Gettyaburg and Virginia Sapt. 23
Also Toura to South America and Round tha World
Send for booklet detired
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.
225 Fifth Avenue. New York Tel. 6270 Matlison Square
TOITIK.
California Panama Expositions
iticiudin. Grand Canyon, Yoaemite Valley, Yellowstone Park
Canadian Rockiea, Glacier Park
INDEPENDENT OR CONDUCTED TOURS
pxt i-nmiu'-led toura lt-avt Aug 31 Set ) j iU,
SPECIAL LOW RATE AUD DE LUXE TOURS
r irHt-cltms throughout Bag, hotels- Lurk-em choice of ronteu
THROUGH CARS WITHOUT CHANCE FROM CO A ST TO COAST
I to '5-Day to all Prominent Summer Resorts.
In.ure th .urn, of jmtir trip hy .rranglne I' throttah th
Frank Tourist Co.,
398 Br... d way. New York b.i ts-s a- , u
Zm . - ,'6 Tleaeae llll Frsaklla
lieiel.ll, .pnolnted ,ianer.l Tour AnU ,.f ball, 4 ail lorn I. K...
MlltlMfiiT Baldwin Accuses
Vicf-Prcsidcnf LtOWfl of Aetua
of Unfafriiesii
HE is FOR COMPETITION
f Spencer Baldwin, manager ..f the
State Insurance Fund, defended It yes.
terday against the compl iluts to QOV,
VVhtlnun of J S Howe, vice-president of
the Aetna Lift Insurance Company, In
a statement prepared al th,. rcpiest of
the State Industrial Commission and
forwarded lo Hov Wh.fm.in Mr Bold,
win said :
"It I a maxim thai Hie ac, user should
have clean hinds Mr Kowe In the
communication in which in prefers his
charges axamst the manager of the j
state fund gorbloo one of my aontencoo
and duotes me go making a ItO tame Tit
fat more swiepiug than the one Which I I
did m ake. Th.s hardly semis fair.
"Furthermore Mr. RoWe accuses mc .
of intent to deceive a po,ic holder, thus
Impugning m motives. Tins does not ,
seem friendly. Moreover, Mr, llOWeO
comjiany lias issued letter! and ha- pub
iished advertisements designed to die.
credit the Slate fund and bring it into III I
repute with employers In the present
Instance Mr. Howe's communication w-as
given to the press and exploited for pub
licity purpose in advance of any action
by the liovernor. This hardly seem
courteous. "In the face of these attacks Upon the
State fund by officials and agtnl of
the Aetna company the performance of
Mr. Kowe In appealing to the (toverp. r
for aid look distinctly comic, The St. it
fund has suffered much from unfair,
unwarranted and unjustifiable method I
of competition on the port of the Aetna
company anil others.
I "The State fund. In order to roallM
I the full measure of Its potential useful,
ness to employers and employee-. s:i.ui..i
bo a live, active, vtgoroui competitor or
't the casualty companies, it should not
be relegated to the Insignificant pool-
I tion of Insurance carrur for the tin
I desirable business and bad risks not
I wanted by the casualty companies, al-
thouKh that Is the role winch the lattcr
would naturally prefer the State fund
: to play The function of the State fund
1 oomothtftg hlsher than that of serving
I as a convenient dumping ground fo
', buslnen rejected by the stock com
panies. "I regnrd It as a mandatory duty To
use all lesltlmate resource of argu-
I ment and porouaalon to ii mi? otfoployors
into the State fund and to hold them
' there against the pressure of represent i
I tlve of the st.K'k companies, seeking
' commissions and profits at the exponos
'of employer! enticed aw-ay from the
State fund.'
BUSINESS STUDENTS PICKED.
Ilflrrn lit Hnp,r mtIiI Trntn-
inm t'fiitrr K'II ntiip riii n
Klf!o'n Hion ii.ivp h'-rii rhy'ii ti rv -reive
npp( la 1 btlf IflMi exp tUt.' "' And
School of (irnnirrvt' trnlnit.K un-l'T th
bustns! fHlnwjJhtp plan worked out Ht
NVw York rniwrsity. Tr Jeremioth V.
JpnkK. h'm! of th dl vim on f public
affairs of tho uMvrrnit v. MIIOUnOM yn-N-rdiiy
that no morv Huii OppoftUIti"
tlM would bo available In tin near
future.
The btMiMM flrmn and Institutions
which have entered the fellowship ar
ratifconient and taken on ofM or mor'
men are the National City Hank, the
American Telephone and Telegraph
Company, the Unltod St.. to Bte1 Prod
uct Company, the United st..te Mort-
Kuk'1 and Trust 'ompatiy. the Union
Pacific Railroad company, the Western
Kertrt- Company, the Alexander Hamil
ton Institute, Ttobi-rt H. tntemoll ,&
Bro. The Hun ;ui of Forern and I o
mestlc Commerce haw alM taken on two
men.
AnnOUnOMMnt f the fellowship plan
at th colleRt-s of the toiintry brouaht
forth BOO odd applications
The eandldatoi Mloctad Include Qnrd
ner P. KMtman. Amherst , S. T. HittniK,
I'nlversity of VirKnua J M , Cap ,
Cornell; V. B. Cokell. Cnivi-rsilv oft
lenver; Krnent ,I-nks. Cornell; Sumner I
II. Bcbllchter, Unlverlt f Wteconiiln;
V. A. Pavidson, Lafayette College and !
New York University ; c,.-..rRv it Ocar
i rnlveralty of Kansas ; Louis Nsetsker j
Qsorsje Washlnson University i PYai k ,
A. Carlton. Yale nnd New York univer- j
nities ; Robert Mochrie, nornetli O. a
Hills. Cornell.
1 o i ii o F I k h f f rm to M n re h .
BatoTiuoM, Aug, c LsAorers will
carry picks and ihovetl nnd other work - '
ins tools in a parade of the municipal
departments on September 13 in cele
bration ft nhi Defenders' Dsy. It is
announced that all the departments will
participate, ami that the mosquito brl
gade will he put in as a feature, th- men
to carry their spraying pump-, m Ii-ik '
cans, srass cutters ami "mosquito
catchers,"
TOIHH.
And The PANAMA CANAL
Large Amerinn Ttans-AtUntic Linert
FINLAND an. I KROONLAND
M.OOO TOM Displacement.
Krom Pier 01, V It.,
NEW rilKk
Praia
SEPT 18.
lOtOfJ
.M.
SEPT. 19
Oct. 12 Nov. 6
Oct. 13 Nov. 6
Te or Front allfornla
First Caliln.OI'it up Intcrme lltc ( 'shin SIMI up
I" or Pram l-:iun i- nl 1'iininii
First ( 'ali !7.t up Ititermedl.tte. Oi l up
In, liidtim M. tl- and llerth.
MMt of Cuflalne and slerdee.
ASK ABOUT COMB1MATIOM CAUVORMIA
Titles
w 11.H nut it: UNB nil
It II. HOI fn nl III II Hit
PANAMA PACIFIC LINE 'WMIA?
American Line
AMERIQAN STEAMERS
UnHer the American Flnr;
N.Y. Liverpool. Pier 6? N. R.. Noon
St. Paul Sept. I n lork Sept. II
White Star Line
N.Y. Liverpool, Pier CO, N. R., Noon
Vdrl.nl. Sept. s l.aplillld Sept. II
Azore Gibraltar Naple Gcnon
fretlr. Sept. 0, I IV M. i nitoplc, Sept. .Ill
OM n t. ii it w t. N, t. ret. !Ki Rector.
I
wetter
Every Howlry
of this Trip
OaeLoiv Delight
Every detail of equipment
the highest attainment of
modem comfort and invention.
Superior asrvic and low fsrei to
Savannah, Macon, Augusta
Jacksonville, Atlanta
Birmingham, Montgomery
sad all Southern Points
Consult snv Ticket or TouriM Agent, or
NEW YORK OFFICE SOI FIFTH AVE.
FRENCH LINE
lomiiasnle t.enerale Tranaatlantliiu
POM SE HI RVK K
Sailings for BORDEAUX
ESPAGNE Sept. 4,3 P.M.
ROCHAMBF.AU Sept. 11 . 3 P. M.
CHICAGO . Sept. 18, 3 P.
LA TOURAINE Sept. 25, 3 P.
fOH INFORMATION AITI.Y
rnuinuvr nrrmr 10 atne mi., n
bumrnni a urn or. ,,,,,,. ,...,, i,.,,
To ISJIfurnla FlIinaltienM S.e ,M:n.il A.
llavrtna, I'liiiHtita inal en ron.' s I : r
baoklat. l ulled Fruit Ce. It Battsri PUct,
lt- Tl.ke- o. e. ;:ii H'.ul4i. N v
Till K.
Mm
CALIFORNIA
f"iiil r l o, nrl. with KlptltMi Im i
LAST TOUR VIA , ;'v",,r. ' '
YELLOWSTONE m,''
nr4o Ml f 'alifurni.i. ISiri 1hii1. SimiiIk
gVQtl ( iiii.iilUn KocklM.
VIA OftAND CANTON rr,m,
Of IBIIONA 511? i Jin
ht- il tour, l0t?ludln All of fl".fnit a ml
itii.idi.tii Itt" kii -
Oilier C alifornia TCIiTfl
Si'pt. D and Oct. 7, in nuwi romfoctsblfl
.nut ittrtrCtlva nnt
SHORT SUMMER TOURS
RfirORTP.1) "It IMIKI'I M1KNT. tn
i,r.t .akias 01 Lawrence River, VI on
trial. Ouebee, Oagusoay, Whits Mrnin
lama Vibrini.lai'ka. Maine. Nua tk'nlU,
lii ritnlila. ac.
,,DV air nn..il F;ill Tnlira tn 1114
di oli Point, 4nnpolla ami NVaah
Jlr I AI1" Ingtoo Osni 11. Hit n
Ot L.4laL ! M l),,uKhirnl t-Dl
Touri t locltsOv rateo,
SHORT CRUISES ,,.r.s.
to boston r:?;:"'," '" I'ii
fur o; Oil tingle ll.uu from N. V
LABOR DAY OUTINGS,
S.M iul Han- Short ToWTi " Ml NiMirb
RtWHTUl ''ir Hi it it let 1 K" cIm-m "ii iif
Ki falii) H lni-taileri Setl'l t.Hlav for Cfip
'TRAVEL BooKi!fcToKToi ksFREE
Geo. E. MarMers. Inc., N. Y. City,
l.'Mi llnttHlwav al :lf St
LABOR DAY
Special Trips, Including Tickets and Hotels.
in. io
N liiKtint K.i Hi
w MhlDgfion
i houBund ii.nii4
I nkf C.90lsflV
HootOII
B tta y 1 1 i0u up
a dyi lie. 44 up
9 l,is tlM.IKI up
a din i tun. .mi up
a ii) i tin. oa up
:t any ;n.nn
t tU)i MI.'lA
I ill ii.' hi
Siinitnti.t Bprlnii a lUya iltsiNl up
HAllMOAO ANO SlFAMtH TICKETS
TO ALL POINTS
THOS. COOK &. SON
on. i n
At .
;..ti 1'ifiu avenue,
l Druadway, .
A Vacation Cruise for
Two to Boston
KVIM Dt) hi lb Hcrk.
vi 1 it. Us -Hatrr mi 1 ht t.r. :K
Ktprftii Mavanupr Htiiiiit,pt m i-
htt-. ti. aun! Iluiikrr HIU ! thi- Met
ropolitan Unts
$OC.OO ili'M '"a''" 1t''luis tnitm
ukJ poptllnn, fttataf.uina, bot,
auto tour to Mlat drill t tm
fOH Itio pprd iitnl l.'itintin. nml
l4.ai trip to nmnrlua atn Nmiti,ki-l
111 .41 tl
UIOVMiM, nMrmionN ami tlrUrt rrum
GEO. E. MARSTERS
1 'ii. nrnarlMsi. Nea lurk.
&
Your
Vrjitinn ay part of tyi En
mvauuu ) or the MARITIME PROVINCES
Start with n wonderful water trip.
To vacation land the Eastern Steamship Lines operate:
35 STEAMERS 15 ROUTES 80 LANDING
FARES LOWER THAN BY RAIL
Through Ticket! to All Pointi Baggage Checked Through
To BOSTON
MfTIIOPOMTAft MM
Mf.'rtMiiriits Mau hUMttl Ilimli
rr IIIH I r PUer l N H Iik.i tur
rny m ri (T rw) r ! ItH HiMtnO
1 1 v i s.-unr rvrvlcr irttiriiltiic.
i ' n-iirp.i' m i fhriln I'-- r.-r rsptliltiini
Nundllnkt "t i t n . t i - Mcmm .-nut
rrftttlit Fp r i " Miiln IIim k
ntnliiK Itimnto f xiHli'Mt Hrnlt P.
LINES EAST (
BOSTON (
Tii-k-t I" I Informal at Pirn, aUo r l TouHM mid .V. )'. Transfer Co.
ftfiret, nr addrrm Piunengrr Tnffir Dtpartment, Pit
Id. X. K., iV " York.
Takeour Guests
No better way to entertain your out-of-town
guests than with a trip up the
Hudson on one of the luxurious Day Line
Flyers. There's a wonderful variety of one
day outings at vour command.
41.1. Minn i tiaii v BXf'ftfT kimiu,
Mune lie aoran Dlrert mil nnnnecttun All thnmah rail tlrketa tret ween
Ni '.rk an. i llhaoy acrepteci
lenle lleahrnaaea 01., 10 l Wi-M 4Jil Mt II Oil A. M. : Weat 12(lth St.
0:10 A M Nonkera ' 11 4 M lumlltni n Went Point. Newhurah. PmiRhkeeiyile.
Kma-I.ili P I'aiaki'l. llil.U.iii .,ii I All.anv
4lai Meahriiaaea M.. . In W I u.l 01 In. V I2lh St.. II) Jl). Vnnkera.
l" n m f .r Hoar Mountalo, west Potot. Cormrou, Newburah and Pounh-
line-Hat OutlnO lii I'oiiKlikerpale. NrMbilrsh. Heat Point or Besr
NounialD,
Afternoon Boat r,,- Rear MonatolO, ftm Point. Newlmrnb. Poiuthkeepale.
Klnaatnn ami esy landlne leaves Dmbrivee! St.. t .4A p. m : 4v! ad si..
- i. hi m . . r. si nuiKi ra. a.', r. SI. uaUI eieept Mundsy
Itllltl II I ' 4 I V'rilN ' " MoUOtalfl ami WOM Piant. returning- by Str.
Hud son River Day Line A
lAl.BANV DAT UNB) ...Jr'
naaea SI. Pier. Tel 4 1 4 1 N.rln NewTork. 7vS',
I '' I I tl--.
J '
To Boston
and New England Points
Fall River Line
Steamers COMMONWEALTH and PRISCILLA
Leeve New York, Pier 14, North River, foot of Fulton St., 5.30
P. M. Daily. Due Boston 8.24 A M. Returning, lease Boiton, South
Station, 0.00 P. M. Due New York 7.00 A. M. Afternoon and
Evening Concert.
Providence Line
Steamers PROVIDENCE and PLYMOUTH
Leave New York, Pier 14, Nnrth Rieer, foot of Fulton St., Daily
sscept Sunday, 6.00 P. M. Due Boston 7.15 A. M. Returning, leave
Boston, South Station, Dsily, except Saturday, 6.06 P. M. On Sun
day touches at Newport. Iavin( 9.15 P.M. Due New York 7.00 A.M.
$1.00 and $2.00 Outside Staterooms. Inside Staterooms
have outside ventilation and are always cool and comfortable.
Tickets. Stateroom!! nml Information at City Ticket Office
171 Hronrlwoy. Ceneral Office, Pier 14, North River
The New England Steamship Company
Vacations at Sea
I in ii gars
$32 TO $80
ini'Iinlln
iltM 1'iuif mvontnio
ilai (una a l o a r t
MfHIIl'T
Ifluatrat4d lUamtiir
ani i. ii. loforatfttlon
rrum
Clyde-Mallorv Line.
ru-r -Non ii Kn rr
lork.
t'Hy Thkrt Oltll'M
uj.v '.-. hrotUwa)
. K.
. rJi i -
CUNARD
EUROPE via LIVERPOOL
Saxonia
i mi ii n
Tl si w i
HAXIINIA
illtlll NA
Wed.. Sopt. 8, 10 A. M.I
v . sKier in M
I I I I il T i II. M.
Ml' ill T . 'i. Ill A M i
N IT . in T 111, III l
Tl 'Ml N I
em . t it r. jim ,-, j- u
r.n lt.it. tn I I BHNiai
llllt MS Mil Mlllll II ,, KB,
ihri.iiKit bsaiklagi i" .'H prlnctpisi porti "f 1 1,
OMPANT'g OPrit K,
.'I gtase M ,N.y.
III. II IIIIMIMllN LINK.
To all point Houlh .i.i.t ... Kvery wssk
,'v t ' Korih Rlvsr r.
:ioo Pranklla
,.M J5H.,H "spenM. N.a-llirrn Crula.
III. Mooai.ifrstteCTeeUa,Nw Tare,
Maine
Npw Hamnshire
To PORTLAND
MUM Sll IMMIII' I INt
"ieniiihlp Morth I mil an. I Nnrlh
Sir l.ve Pier It). N. R . foot Wsrren
Ot.. Tlielv. Thunulsy nit 8turrly.
. IV M alao Mnurtsy. 10.10 A. M. A
delightful :sjn-Mlle. It-Hoor Trip to
Poruaod, the -ity iikai'TIFItl.
Rnston io Itingnr, Penojiscot ny nd uiver Point!
anil Pnint in the Ml I nnl lllue Mill eectlon.
in. ludlng liar Rarhor. Ikweoo ut iuth nd Ken-neiM-
Uiver Point!, Including Mxithly ae.'!kin
llnaton .lire, i to I'l.rtUrni and St. John. N n ('!
elm ervicr hetwesn Hoston nl hi John a-1 Port
Unit. KavHrnrl anil I.iiImv IIimioii io Ysrmouth,
s witli ninnectloon i all raOio In Nov Sootl
mi. I the Maritime PYOrlOMO,
V aV
zx-.-t- Sec '
Y
rn worid a pun
Urm Groijndi"
'Y geatide gtiiie
nem nanjntnlaji,
bnattitf n1 hh
i" . uivm i
In ii : cofai ,
MTh eso"; fgtt
anrl M i i
tUmlikr din
B4i gntt 4 A
rtie ; da a ins
lii.u r......l.
Und' .The- !)4,r
Kalterv a aa A Vf
Bad sven half kaa
thr-iriflrr up tn 4 PM.
'..' 1 1. . :.irl
noMMd Trip lor
IhTHHBR 1114 I It III t;l ' "
MANHATTAN LINE
$1.00 TO ALBANY
llltttii Knnm Henlee a I fane
lltltllll.il Tit KITH 4M BAIi4iAi:r
I IIH KKII Til 414. I'OIVrV
Aiil.ia nnd llnrsea m law Kate.
steamer Ly. dully. 1'lnr SB, .',,rih Hirer
a.i U'esl HnustO! St . :, ;(, f VZ
"Sf ,t f M I'elnih,,,,,. s,,rtn
DAYLIGHT TRIPS
LONG ISLAND SOUND
htrVlONUOiUINEVi.':
suiiaay ssir I n a:s.
I'ler s. n. u. 7, w
it; '452.S. 2 !. &unSSt
' - S " , S I A Ult.a.lHg), J4J. f
TO NORTH JBRBRy i ijant RUOMI
Sard) ll.iuk Hi. tile N,w j,rr Cealral.
WWW sBm -BgsBgsW
ffitA 3 TV
llll Til IIKIIMI'llA II V -8 H in I, mi in, N
Ms.-t-atuuL. .e 4,aa:.l mmaffXt
NEW YORK (HUM I Km
and the vim i n
lslly. Inelndlns Hiinilnr.
ptial (Itr Line- I'ler .12 s n 1
t'nl Bt.. Si.lO P, M., W'iki I .1 -1 , ,,
P.M. MOT! Troy mi I' M
r.Mi. rare.gl.oooneeay.tl ...,, i..i
New Nlaht Kipreaa I'Hr :. II '1 i,
P. M West 1300 St . in 1 h 1 r 1 .
Tmy leveept Sundavl y no I , ,
dslly, In. in. Hint Hiuulay. 11 no I"
2.00 one wsy. fg.oO round trip
People's l.lne- IHer 1. N it . ... y
weat 1320 St. 11 .111 P. M. Inn, il,lT
0:00 P. II. rare, $2ini on.- n j 1
round trip
Hundsy niornlns'a tKiat for N't w I,-:-. , ,l8u
keepale. KUMjMan Point ami MIm I . ,,
I'ler 82. N. Jt.. "HO A. M . Weal I .
I 10:00 A M. lsvea Allmnv lo no j
Tmirlat Alltomolille Itat, !:, nd lln nn
wsy: $7. M) and i round trii
ITitrs aurili aouthbeiind I ihnr 11, ,
1 nlhl. n.H. Ilerkahlrr. a.i Irolan
Rensselaer and Prank lone, Nnrth.
.... .p.... Mm I'll niKOI, -a.. , r . . ........
al :M P. M. and C. W lt... n h" m
No nlht eipreaa alramer Ihiail.o ...,
New Work.
Tel HirliiB 0400
Hudson Navigation Co.
SUNDAY TRIPS
FALL RIVER LIME
MANAGEMENT
STEAMER CITY OF LOWELL
TO BRIDGEPORT
I e.aae Pier 40, N. It ft Hnnaton a.
10 00 A. M ; Pier 1 I. N 11 fi Pull
10:11 A. M. Due Drtdgii i j i v
Ret., leeve Itrtclaepori mt i- i
N. Y.. 0 00 P. M. Muslr i. rreata a
Tickeu. ii on. ealldren. -
STEAMER RICHARD PF.CK
TO NEW HAVEN
I.eve Pier 28. K. II., ( ;.i i r.ant
East 32d St.. 10 oo AM . due New II
2 .TO P. M. Return due N V !l Im p
Two hours In New Uavrfl. Mut I.e.
freahments. Tieket. 1.00: chlldrea
AO cent.
Tieket limited, on aale at Plen on .lit
of eacuralona.
The e F.nsUnd Sleamalili, (
3fron Jaleambofil d&
o " Yhf. ocean "TAURUS"
Deep Sea HahlllK Sir I HVIIWVI
Daily at N A. M. rron riei i N I. OMI I
CONEY ISLAND
t-KAVK MIT IWTH Mill I I
0 00, 9.40, 10 .111. I I in I.'
2 4.'. :t .10. i;., .-. 1.-,. 0 " i , ... - i .
LKAVF. I'lk.lt I. M.i. I H limit
B 4.1. HI 211. I I I.'. M 12 III
3:30. 4:1.. .", 00. It ml. II 41 1. 7 I.,, a
I.VK. Ml tl'ltl IIIM. I OM I la,
til M A M.i 12 IS, I 2S, .' .. . . ''
.V2.V II IS. ; 11). 7 .Mi. a J.! i j I
Trlna marked 1 do not se lo I. "oh
I Ml.
Trip marked : doea not aip al Plei I, Si. H
ROCKAWAY BEACH
..r "GRAND REPUBLIC"
and aitra ikon sii w hvi
l.ve Vnnkera. a 3.1 l pilllh M
0.40A.M I lAP.M I'ler I.N It i I 1
2JOPM KnikKnai.UM I J In ,
Full Tims Tshlei . on INMIIH
OO srof Te nhoiii-Dir.. Inr I.I It . nf an
S. S. "MANCAliY"
Moonlight Soil Up-the-Hudsan
i.- smii.' hi", -, ; an c m , i
Hi- S.3U c II, Ii M INC. in i
DAY TRIPS
To ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
Kew sieuis m Jesses , i -
n LIS. Batterj I'le
4a1 AtbBll linn I
I a. . 441 . Ki t t,. I,.,. , .
CVT01 TQID 11 ' '
CA I nA I nlr i,e.iian
Trains A rretteii to nil 4 n.iai u
Tela I'ler. n I . .
KnlilitsCnlunbuii il
y 3
i I
TjP THE 2E AUTIFUL N
Stt "HI6HIANDEA
I. im .ii i
RatJat. II ' llll", i
W ffs.dK B A S.,.,,)..,. I ,
v. aau hi. i' 4. Vuakom . i
Sir. MART POWELL I Str. NEWBJrIGH
H eehgei a uisli Suuti i.a
Lee W.fja si. tu jo.W.U'uib si 1 w i
Kouml Trip, lln.lt. .. i .
8unlrs it Holt. lavs. 7V. i hi "In n
MrAU.ISTKKNI'll'l I II. let lit ..
a Mary fowrll bi ll I C ii. I .l si
L
The public
BOSTON $2.80
I Vl Moat ami Kail, 11)11 Ml I lit. -
PROVIDENCE ! $1.75
not NO I Kir a,i..n
Colonial Line
i Ktrnt-cla vrrvuv. rutorm.; tl
. Wfrk anil miiitw
' I'lir If N. R . foot Wi-at lltnin - :
Outolaff RMmi, il.OO tn Hi ! i Hi
rqulpinrni. Uptown Otttii !.',!
BM it. rhouc HpiiOef WIWI
Atlantic Highlands
cSVFARElOCts.
Aulomoilillr nrrleil t'SltOi'Mf "
Thla h i.', lor v. JrrsM
Lin. Dally i t Wblto I n Ulan! I
ball Ht. nest to Smith 11 4;. m
Kmv.HlA M j M j , ) itr. i.l l -Train
ft TrollrM. lo .ill 4 o.in rtti -PgVMMifiv
rapjwity i limit i i
sis it. ..11 and tsrelle) '
n. 1 ei .1 . 1. 11 ri ,,, 1, r-' reil
MTATtllOIIMh, ai.Mt, m: nl -
Hull, Im lulling. Btllldai - ' v
Kroni Tier 19 K It. I'nulll - 1
t'lty Tlrkel (iffl.-e ..'..ii li , ,.
Vptnwn Tieket Offlee Ii", nl .
Write for llluairutial I
CONEY ISLAND
ROCKAWAY BEACH
SteamcTo RoseJak' & Cinibii i
lrfSVf Vl'.. t.'Ultl St , . 11 I
Wesl ! I I Ht., I I .....
" Battel 'i i" i". ' i 3"
" litie fa! .. ti l . Il I
Roi'kn i . i - !
DAILY ami RUN D.A t rHU' l"
I nterstate ParkLandinus
tAI.IIM. rUK rl.lsAlil.'
STR. itlNssHTUN l .. u
ISA SI s. I'M I are .1. . la Kul
5ft YACHT TRIP ?Jk
VAOHT OklFTON L!V! FOOI IH
kaelrellaa '11 rllssil Heelllll 11 .t
aj-ai Hrrsal MM Vcadsn in all Hotel, l i
Sight -Seeing Yachts
I i, tT.ii.tv I'.e. l.i ..' 1 V :
l..sMH IIIMIK .iii.I Hie llTI l I
HARTFORD LINl
From Ng Piaa ML atui I: v
Hljp.dfclly fiiYpt 1 1 ii . ( .. t' M
Mill ' as sal I t, i i t t , .
I .1 gg 1 1 gr
i
itlSiOi?P!
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