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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1915.
FOR WORLD'S TRADE
Nmnv. Sweden Mid Denmark
Piling L'p (rnit Fertanti
FLEETS GROWINd FAST
When Hi'' war HI nvi i . if pii-si-nt intfh
MtloiM hold food, the eoniinefcej f Ihe
world will mi lonter be carried by itrit
lah, French, Italian mmI iiTninn veejaeU,
HhlpInK xisrts hh.v. hut ly the thrre
nBtlont Which lire seising Ihe PfMMII
Opportunity "1 Pttlnl UP fortunes out
if It, III h 'Id 1 1 1 "ii to tilarltiK UMMNNlVM
In tlM position of helna tlie stroiwsl
lilddt'rs of fiiluiv trade when OMIUMrOl
roturni to Hh normal tstiv Thost three
natton are Norway, SWfdOII and Den
mark The proof of the probability Of their
control of maritime trade la ihown In
the constantly Inrreaalng number f
hip of theat three nattona wht.h are
plying between America, the Brestest of
the eaportlnp cotintrfaa, to the preaent
neutral rwnaumere. htnoe ihe war began,
authotitlea on oaa traiims- say, the num
ber of tr.ms anii' shipn Hying these
Hate hM Incraaaed more than I mi per
There aie now i" the harbor of Now
Tori; .ilniie twenty-two vessels flying
the Norwegian llK and seven flying the
I n ii xli tlasj, representing total ton
i age of ls! Many morn are In
Other porta of thai country, and Kurn-
iN-an neutrali and othere are on I heir
way ai'ioae the BMH ferrying rich ear
Boea a! limey prli-es. Others, smaller
shspe, are running between tht oountry
mi the Weal Indlea ami smith Amerlea,
His lilt lilrmls llerlnretl.
Kttamahlp oontpanlei I Denmark
havi daelarad dlvtdenda for the it ret
h.iir or tiie preeenl year which are
double tlie entire prollts of the pre Vl 0411
twelve montha, ami the Danleh dov
emmeni baa abandoned lie idea of Boat
mg a war loan bOOMUM of the ratUfM
in tagee from thli. trade.
Th.' Increaae In trade ban reaulted in
a mail rare for more -hip, and the
number ix being added io every month
.IS II' w IMP! ale built ot "Id Oliea put
into commission. A trip along the arater.
from of thll CltJ will allow how u'leat
hi the item.. ml tor more s' lpe. Near Hie
Wharvei are forests of maats, witn eonl-
aga topping sailing veeaeli that arere in
unfamllar n.giit for almoat a feneration
until tin- demand brought than back into
the trade. gfbnontrf and Darke are
being patched up ami old arhallng veaaeli
are being fitted with engines and jent
acroea the ooean .litem
The Norwegian tm reaut lie marine la
the large-it in the world per eupita of
population. In Norway there are r.:l"
lotia r ships for each i.uun Inhabitant,
aa against lireat Britain's 24 J Ions pel
l.Otm Sweden, which has a yery email
fleet, ia hurrying to grasp her oppor
tunity The Caribbean and Southern
Steamship Company, uoseaaor to the
Beetierg Steamship Company, has started
a direct line with monthly serviee be
tween New York ami i lot henlierg under
the name of th" Northern Transpoit
Company, The amount of freight al
ready in sight makes the venture a cer
Prominent ehlpplng brokers of New
York mo these -hips of the three ronn
triee are earning a pr rtt of I'm per cent.
on the original Investment.
During Ihe year ended June, ldl4.
?ort -seven Norwegian shlia came 10
this port and Ave Danish veasels. In
ihe pear ended June. IIIR, tnis number
had Jumped to seventy-eight Norwegian
ships ami eighteen Danleh, Next ur
promlaea to shorn an even greater In
arct"' U hi
31 1 ml mih ii ,
Thf rjipefUs rsftltSSd hy lmsU ship
OMPr M lrf'ii Hti jria; that the Iati-i-ii
ifn nmmml h.ir ordered a HTAr UlV
of Mr Ctttlt. on all Mirphlfl M Muii:
Hbovi' the nOftlUt 1 rttfliH lM-firp Ihr war.
It lias ti-h t'.-limateil Unit this IllfplUl
HtiioiihiM tu $11,000,000, atil that iht ta
thereforf will ItrliiK atKut 6,S00, to
th Qovoritmont, which Io piamnttat i
TrntUp thti rovonuo Utku Uw ptatro of th
war ! n which it hod Intondod to float
Tin tiD rt hano'lHi' on Which ItlOOO
pioiit' aif botng 1 tile romeii fr the
ItiOHt part from ttlo ITnltod State-Norwa1-
. HWOdOII HIHl I ' iiml i rk ,u
huyitiK :omN hero which tli for:i-'rly
pT-t from tiic brUlseroiit cottnirlCett Thi
roHiiiffsts Of outgoing MorWOgflon ami
fatii.-h ship f 1 tin N-a' Ymk hhiw -
tKri!- of Hour, toboc drld opptoi an-i
moot loodlnfl ' Hi. wit h a bo-mi
following tt" COOl, '"1 POkO, OOppOP, 10a
cMnoryi outoioobllM, oroin, hldoo, mo
igUooO) gluooofl. nynp otid food. An Die
h1pH tratif Mitirely liftwffti ports not
utui . the war blOCkodf war OUPplttO
lo iot form a in of the OMVOOO 'X-
'pt it f'w vhlpmotiti for tin' list- of tho
Norweg ian, BWOdloh or Dotllltl n
mntH. Tiie proflto bolns mode oppoiir ovoii
freatrr when it roalliod Ihot lh ojin -nthv-r
000t of fni-h vessel has IttOfOOOOd
rnonnously. The feature bool IllUOtrot
ing thll is tin i if nr.i 1 rate. Before
th war InourOttoo W;M wHtton oti a tlmo
bum:, tin- rotvi overo?tiui i per con.,
a month, or 1 ' per coot, a 'ar. Ni.w
Ui) oomponloo refuoo to write time in
miranee ami will onl) Insure for ooch
trip. The roteo ruti as hiirh a.- 1 'i per
00wl a voyage, and in OOntt 00001 ghlp
owners are paying 100 tlmOi II much
. M. GRAVES NEAR DEATH.
?fe I iirUi-r Sitte Krnui Print u
iou fit ii rn ui. ..en i lOOthOV I. oat.
NAHKAf.ANHtsrr I'lKlt, It. I . Allg L'K
Nl n M. Craves of Moi York WOO ret-
ouod ft m drowning horo to-do h ins
brother, Luthor i' frovoo HssiHted h
ii'orge ia of Boat on. a heovy sea
wan running 01 the time.
Mr. Qrovee hod reoched a poll t paral
lel with a raft, onchofod to - 100 trdi
from shore, when lie wto co ugh 1 by the
UndortOW . Mis shOUtS f r Old were
heard hy his hrother on the nift. who
swam a hun i - i yarda anil regched hnn
nt he WOO g't'K dwu f r th last t km A,
Hll hrotliar and Mr pg) wore pro
roodlitfl i' gOiore with Ihs noorly Inorl
i rOdy 01 he 1 1 t he HfobOOl I ea h d tht-m
gnd off OC ted the landing.
. n untdontlAod nil n wos drowned
while iwlmmtno from the i . f t to short
INSANITY. PRIEST'S DEFENCE.
War Wnrri Said to Mate I nliiil
H.ne.t lllihop llerTron's asallMiif.
wiN.'NA. Minn,, Aug -'i -Temporary
Inggnlty i" the defense which will be
reggnted n the itase of Kutlier I. M
Legohee, French prleati who yeeterda)
i nit gnd si ;..iis.y WOUndad Bishop I'
li, Heffron of ih.- uathollv dlooeae of
Winona Bishop Heffron'e condition was
much Improved lo-day. Dr. William
Mayo, tin fnmuua eurgeoni wtu made
gn autoiiK'l' le li p t, tii.. Bishop's b d-
s-de, returned ome to-day
Friends ot Fulher la-s. hsa lo-da eald
ti.at tlf rrvnch prleal had lost ,t brother
mi ihe Kretich arm) In Klanders and ii.ni
worried so much ahuul lbs fale of
h'rance lliat he had been unable lu do
lot parish work 11 r. . .ill (olluwed
Tne nsuxi inn in. nop in reuaalgn
SHORN OF SING SING HONORS.
"Fit" laer and Two Others 1U
elpltneit hy I .nun.
OsetNiNo, Aug. 2S. "Kat" Alger.
former executive committeeman of War
den Thomas Itott Oshornes Mutual
Welfare league. It leaked out to-day,
linn been suspended from the league
and locked In a cell for telling wihot
he knew wliout the visits of convicts to
the death house In Sing Sing prison.
Two other "leaguers" have la-en ahol n
of honors and hx'ked up with Alger,
whose Influence was so great before he
lost favor with the Warden that whin
drafted to n up-State prison at the
beginning of the row between tisliorne
and Supt Riley he was able to get
back to Sing Sing again.
Alger i said to have Intimated to
lnv Whitman that he went to the ,-on-demtied
cells with Oaborno'a knowledge.
Membareof the Mutual Welfare iiguc
are preparing to give Warden Os
borne A great Hiome coming reception
when he gets tmck from Maine this
Ihe convicts are arranging to pur
chase fl.igs and hjpWefl l help decorate
tlie prison for the OCOMton, There will
be rpee lun.ilviiig and hand music
Laaguera ate oompoutng a ballad. "When
Tom Drown Comae to Town," which will
be anng on the occasion Tom ltrown
was the mime Mr Osuomo assumed
when he voluntarily went to Auburn
prison for ti week.
STAGE SLEUTH GETS CAPTIVE,
lataoee fleoaaieg Dofootlva to
llrcover s 1 .000 Hlna-
Miss Julian BaMbdn of i,in West
Seventy-eighth stri-ct. who says she is
lehearsing for the patt of a riete,tlve
In 'The Missing Link," which Is to tie
produced soon, (mm been doing aonte
teal sleuthing oft the staKe trj ing to Rial
her missing diamond ring.
That Is arhy she Silt on Friday night
with two real detectives at a table in
the Cafe dea Heam Arte, At a late
hour .1 smiling, well di eased voting man
entered, hut when rm saw her his ex
pression changed and tie tried to re
tread. He was intercepted by DotOCUVOg
Mwiee and Boyle, who say that he modi
HI11 name, he said. Is la& Vcrule A.
Davis of 1.12 West Ktgttly-dret street
and his OOOUPatlOn a i lgarette snleNittin.
He la called "The Count" by his Knuul
way iiswa'iates. Me plea4led guilty to
the charge of grand larceny vesterday
Htid was held under t,09d ball for trial
by If agietratt McQuade In tie Uost sub
M!.s MeaulM'ln explained that she w is
In the haMI of pawning her Jewel r In
the etemmar for sax,- Reaping, It he paid
that while ahe was awav from 'her
aiiartments on Atigust I I lav is, whom
ihe has known f.ir vpveral o.irs. went
I hare and told the negro maid tti it he
was Miss Baaubaln'a 'tola ki.i brother."
' lie took tlie pawn ticket for the ring, she
I said, and rodaOfflad II for lie. Then,
.she eald, he repawned II t"i $110, giving
the name of M II. Wtllard. The ring
i Is vah1.1l ai II, "on.
EL CAPITAN PROVIDES
A MARRIAGE MYSTERY
orders 91, BOO Bntrtalnmen(
at Kit. Then Wedding
Belli Fall to Ring-
Th RllsVCoritOD Hotel has a n. s-
Iist Ttiesrlay a small, graceful man
with a Bponloll OCCOnt, representing
hiuisclf to he Copt, hshl lei M d
I'riarH' of the "Mexleati DtplOWIAtlO
HorVlCO," railed and suit) lliat op Satur
day i laaU night lie was t.i marr
Meporitu, Ksther I Muz t'ellalse. Hp
Wished tho civil ceremon to he per
formed in the lullrisjui auite of the
hotel under the BUOptOOS of the Mexican
TPllluOOOJ to tte followed hy a din
ner for i twoon t ,t" ond 1 'U guooto.
The entertolnmont hr planned for with
Mr. Tltxe, manugir of the hotel tes-
touronti would hav t botwoon
ll.OHti .Hi'l ll.Soa He nald h would
00 ms with a chock on Tiiursda.
' 01 ThWOdoy H"' captain SIOpOOtTOd
OgnUn OIHl the previous ai nuigemerits
were globomtod Ukmi. The captain said
m. Meg lean "Am'a. -sailor" WOUld . -ill
With the check that evening. Then 00
loft to meet Iiim Iiancee. w ho he said
v. is CPtfttng iff on if t i'lornla Rgproo
Mi- nail with hlSJI a large Imjx of
totloni ready tn moll, Mr. Tltoo or
dorod mono c;trd dococotsd with Ihe
cuol of arms of MoslOO, He did not go
ahead. Iwjwever. on the rest if t he dm
l'Y'da niaht Copt do I rlarte tOiO
(fophed him to Mipewi oposotlOMi os
tho woddhoj hftd boon pootponod for
the tim bolnOJi Mi. THOO OOlssQ UP
one of the Mexican e-jiisulatcs and the
Waldorf, where the captain said he hail
I en ata)iiig, ami ItOlthOf hod bOOdTd Ol
him Me ,iNo 0O4l0d Up .lulif K. Hor
ftalio, president of the l'an-Ameriia.n
Chamber of Comtnoroo. Bonor Ooroano
sold ii" young man hod teim very
highly i oootnmonded to him nd thai
'h- laid been Invited to the. WOddtfUl
Ho knew iiKthiuir further oocepi thai
ita oftureh oo ronton) would take plooi
in st Patrlok's Cathedral this morn-
ItUf, This (ia e rise to t he follow In1;
Why di.i the man roprooonlod
hlmoolf to bo Oopt. ds Criartc f the
MMoglcan dtptomotlc soivlce" aol in 'thia
i ecu I Voi wft) "
is the Copt de I'rinrte wi, arranged
for the wedding the same Capt, Qabrlej
M de iTHorts who up to three montho
ago II veil In an i pa i t int-nt an he fifth
fl.ior of SI Waal Sixty-fourth stnet. left
to he a military aviator in Mexico, and
appeared again tWQ w ffks 0gO to look
at the apartment, sa Ing Ol tlie time (hat
he was living at tlie WaM rfV Thlo In
fo motion about him was loornod from
Inmates "f the house ) Thi Uvh
hai is th- "Mexican Dlploniatlo Ser
vice,' ami win is Kenor lion Adolfo M.
Arrodondo, whoos name the naptoln tool
printed on his woddlng cards os on
noUIMtng th- ereinuny ' Tlo rc ih mi
lacogiilibd Mexican smboooy at vVooh
Ington and t (ids- MoglconS whom Thk
Si s OOUld leach last night never had
hoord f Manor 4rredondo
Klnally where were the guasts who
were Invited to the wedding : None op
pOOrod last night, nor had anv arrange
ineiitH I n made for the wedding at St.
Patrick's t'athodrol thlo morning, it was
ThO Hixz is lot. king ftu another MOXJ
con to sive a dinner In order that the
menu UOrdS with Ihe COOl of aims won't
SAVES 2; LITTLE GIRL DYING.
rushes children ta From tutu,
bill Is mi.
The street was crowded with vehicles
early lasi evening when Rose Miller, 7
years old. of :u7 South Fifth street,
M'liiiamaburg, was landing two children
younger than herself across broadway ut
Maroy avenue, iisur Ilia approach to the
Williamsburg bridge. Buddenl) a big
auto truck loomed up in her path.
Th.. driver did nol see the chlhlren.
Little ll.is, . thinking only of her task
to act her .barges safely to th,. side.
whik, puaiieu itiein nernrv her mi-i ,,s
i th- wheels ..f the truck .-wept i r l.
i derneulh Khe retwlved a frai lure "f the
Th. children -he Saved ran home. ii.. I
I knowing what bad happened to imu
TEN WAR PLANES TO
GROSS SEA PLANNED
British fiovprnmonf Also Ne
rntintinjr Hfro for ISO
WANT TIIE WORK RUSHED I
MBusiKPoRT, Conn.. Aug. 28. The
British Government ih negotiating uith
Stanley Y. Brach of Stratford for ten
powerful triplanea capable of croaslng
the Atlantic at mile an hour and
16" biplanes, flreproofed nnd eo pa tile
of 120 mllea an hour.
Mr. Beach, who la president of the
Scientific Aeroplane Company of New
York and aeronautic editor of the
Srirntiflr American, must have the first
tr!p!ane ready for shipment within eight
week of the receipt of the order. The
Brltlnh tioveniment. he says, Is to de
ride whether It itsall My acrof s ir be
shipped, but he believes the autumn cold
will prevent tlie flight
I believe tho flight from Newfound
land to Ireland can be made in twenty
fcur hours." Mr. Beach aaid to-day,
"The distance la only 1.800 mile. If
we did It we would win the Imdon
Ihiiiy Alait $ prise."
"Will you undertake the traru-atlantic
fllBht yourself'."- ho WOS OflltOdi
"I lUggOatad," Mr. Beach replied, "that
the British Government aend over tdlOttt
Jnhn yri Porte, who expected to fly
across In Ulenn t'urtlsn's America last
year. Our machine will aucoeed where
the America didn't because It will be
twlc a powerful and will have twice
the lifting capacity.
"The trlplane will be a big flying
boat. It will be perfectly seaworthy in
use of accident and will be equipped
with wireles. Wilt lam H. K:i uher of
New York, winner of the Marmaworth
prixe. will d OOlgn the hull. There will
be two separate motor of 200 horae.
Mwer OOCh. Arno Zillger of Brulge
ort ha Invented the motor. It la a
piston valve motor and has no springs
or vialble moving parts. hie OOOOll
piston ins i tie t he w orking cylinder ad
mits and lets out the gas InOtOOd of tlie
usual two popgaet valves. Wo began
work on the plan for the trinlane I W0
..trs ago for a transatlantic flight.
"The biplanes we are negotiating for -2."t0
of them will be equipped with six
Under, 1 "'0 horse-power piston valve
motors. They an to be built with a
radiator in front, like nn automobile.
We will fireproof the aeroplanes, and
they will be tlie first machines ever tire-
"We w ill equip the machines w ith
PnssOOpOO We Ind plannei for them
to make 104 mile an hour, but the
order call. for 120 miles. T think we
ran do it with n new te of pfOpelter,
"The lates. !mand tn aerial naviga
tion.'' etintinuad M r. Boooh, "lo fof a
ntOChlnO thOl Will troVOl 1 TiO mile- an
hour. We are draw ing plofll now for
a biplane that will attain that peei
with a fttOl OOpOCtty of several h "Ur.
With It one man can rie from Salis
bury Plain, for example, scout ill over
Belgium and return in a abort time.
It will DO uaei also a- a BoppoMfl 1e
Stroyor In a OWW way that I cannot
"Siiae tho war bagOO eeiy DOtlig
rent Ootforntnont hog boon trymK to gal
machines that Will OUTf) htiy wilii
Siko:k. a KusMan InVOIttOT, has de-
Igned a big raoohlne i:n four motors
of 0f hOSOO pUWOf each. The oobln
aoCOmmodfl i SS t went y h-i sons a ml t h
machine WetgttS live tons. Se i a I ul
reudy .ire in UOO. Tlio roaulromont tf
ibe Kus-ian overnnient Is 4uo kilo
sram for expbistves.
"IsottO ffOjttctnl baa invented a new
mochino for Italy with three motor of
E0 horae-rsiwer each. It ha - a Rparr)
g rose ope stobHIser atai onrrtej six man
arid fuel fur plght houra. It is a hi
plane." .Mr. BeOOtl plans t- build his machines
for the Britinh QoVamment in three
facte: le- In Now York. Bri Inetso t and
Amaobury( Mots Klii oogutlotlong
with th- British tJovernmi lit tlOVI re
suited from montho of doollngo wtt h
agents of voiioui bolUgOfanto here
Tho tr. plane was troJected tWO yesufS
sgo, whan hronootlontln Alghto were
dlaOUSOOd. The biplane plan- ware first
submit ted for t he United OtOteO arm s
prlOO ctunpettthm at S ui I liego la-t fall,
POLK GRATIFIED AT
Corporation ( ei Receives
Notification Thnl lie Is to
Be Named Counnelloft
Ngwponr, ,ug s Corporation coun
sel Frank U I 'oik Of New York city.
Who is iSHina he week end here, gave
out the following stetement aftr receiv
ing Official notification that he a.l been
appointed Counsellor for t:i- State lie.
partmenl at Vaahlngton i
' I ngtumlll fOel sincerely iir.iliile.1 at
the b nor of being appointed I'otinsellor
for the Mate Dopartmenl and becoming
i a member of ,t depart men) In ttealdenl
Wilson's Ailminlstratioii It Is, howa-ver,
with a feeling of real regret that I leave
my preeenl office .u..i eovor my official
relation with Mayor Mttohgl
"My Work during my ahOrl term has
beau a real pleasure and no man net
had a more conelderato chief and loyal
frtond. i oongldor II was a privilege la
have boon associate! with littu so Inti
mately and to have seen from thi- inside
how ajrageouaty and successfully he
is meeting the many Intricate questions
ot municipal government.
"our relatlona COUld nol have been
more harmonious and 1 am only too
Hat ot an opportunity of expressing
my regard fm him n a friend h is
also with a telling of deep regret tha'
I leave my associates in the law de
partment, who have so efficiently helped
die carry "ii the work of that Important 1
branch of the city government. 1 have
a high regard for their nMIUy and seal
and a feeling of personal obligation
lor their faithful cooperation."
ROYALTY ON ROTTERDAM.
M mIi urn j it Ii
i nit i lucouiilio.
Tho HolloindAnirtoA liner RoUrcUm '
when Mie nuili-il .t wt U ugu cnrrii'il Willi 1
In: h im I I i.i -tyt'Hifi m tif nuhlo t'irtli
who mv trt veiling Incognito for fer i-r
bi .ztii i- b U'cniiiii gVkbfthlpgV Their
. (Untity wan i'.ii',,'ii i'Htfnia for Utt I
I ItrtJl tun . Thy Wri tht Malmrajah nf!
KupUrtllul i. an hull. in I'linri-, with his'
1 Prllicerill ami IllM ton, V lnc Karaupll i
Tin- rU al I .a ft y lm u tlni Ihfl flutter- I
dttlll I i "a' in In I ton- Iht' t-eM
i -aiiMi and k to lhir RtMUrooma until
- hlUif.il t II,...., ut M lUlgfdfUtgl Tl... ,.ill Al-
mbetrk ui Ktilmuulh They took with
i ihom ubuui ton i.,..iK ol t'tnrHir.. mhoh
ii wer put n board tn tlnar In mall
Opt. GiibI savs Chief r.-mit
Is lncxtrrienee f Of
fieer in rimrffo.
Tiie Amerloar nibmgrlM iiac i-omr in
for nioro alius,, of latr t'.ian any other
arm of tho ggt'tlue. Many critics huve
declared Hint the submarines now In the
I'nlted Slates navy are worthless, ("apt.
A. V. (irant. I'. I, N.. who le now In
hares of the submarine service, has
been InveatlaaalnR thin" aer.orally. In
a report made recently lie said that he
found that mnro than Id Pr cent, of
the dlfflcultl. s experienced with the sub
marines was due to the Inexperience of
the officers In charge of the boats.
This report has been attracting much
attention in navy circles and the sun
porters of Ihe American submarine are
vary pleaaed with the finding! of Capt
(irant, because, they have maintained
for a long time that there has been a
disposition to belittle Ihe submarine in
the service, and It ha been very easy
to blamo th o.its and their mott.rs for
accident ra. ier than those In Charge.
Capt 1 1 rant In his report said that the
boats were well built and ore tun ed
over lo the (jAernnient In perfect con
dition, but that those in charae Were ' "I
a. familiar with their working as Ml)
fchuuj'l have bevn and GOnaaqtMlltly
cldcnts have happened which have I'" n
blamed to the boats themsclws The,
Army and NBV$ H0itfi OOmwetHlng
on Capt. OrgBt'l report bays:
"Probably ii" arm of our naM or
military service ha been more Itupldly
malianeil than our submarlio bogfl
Rverybody will agrte that when the
officers Ot our nay have had sulTlctci.t
experience In a particular branch of
their profeeslou they are not cxcelle.l
by those of any navy In the world. The
Navy Department ham however, prac
tised Ih anomaly placma Junior
off tea re In charge of boate containing
hlghtv complicated m.i innery ne.ew.ai
tor carrying out the varied mictions
of ihese vcscl and it would require
little less than native genius on the
part of these Inexperienced officers to
enable them to keep the boats up to the
high Btandard tn Which they are deliv-
ereti to the Uovarnment
Thou: acquainted with the contract
provlslotut covering the building and
trials of submarines know that the ac
ceptui.ee irsa.s are ext r.ionlma : -lly rigid.
It has been tsiimati'd tli it corresponding
trials suitable for a battleship. If exacted
for c.cla of this larscr type would cost
the tractors at Icjst a million dollar.
Tiie eubmartnee are neceaaarily turned
over lo the iJovertimeiil in perfect ion
dltlon. but experience has shown that la
very many cases, oa'ine to the unfa
mlllarlty of th.- young ofAcera In charge,
the intricate machinery i" eoon out of
order, tiie boats have to be withdrawn
from active service for repairs.
These critics have declared that our
submarines are junk, guch gtgtcmeiiUi
do a serious Injustice t.. a most ef
ficient branch of our naval service, it
im n i.. tliat there are a few pci I mental
boats In our navy, which have not bean
brilliant In their perfortnanoag, but the
department Is probably not to 1 critl
claed for having irlad out inch tyies
of vessels with a view of learning tho
poaelbtllllea they possess ITntortunately.
the preeenl Hecretary of the Navy had
fallen Into the same error that the cr tics
have labored Under, and Cap!
Orant'i llndlngl will probably come as a
aurprlae to him. Both the tngiues and
the batteries of the United Stat-s boats
have be.-n condemned by the Secretary
of the Navy, yet It l a fad that the type
of Dleeel heavy oil englnea u-ed aboard
iur navy standard submarines is a tier
man typo, with American Improvements,
and everything points to the fact that
th. German I' ooats are usiiK anginal
of this general type."
60 i"00T LAUNCH IS BURNED.
I iirmrr I Iniih r Hot, i UrtrOVffl nil
i IgMn'l POleltg
A fpfi'lai nl r Are lirnUr uut laul Right
Id noma InospllOTsVblc nuMinot1 on th
BlgtgV fxt lomictl lauii. i'. utnhot'i'il ufT
iManon'M I'tiint, Tli Hronx sin was a
hundred or more feel from phorc nnd
the bloie oould be eeen (r ml lee.
TluTr .i f-i urt of uvvuhph of hoata
cttK'iiuri'd near the burning yacht to r'
move them lo a place of iafet The
LVire Department could i nothing but
M ini in a rail for the ftroboort atAtloned
at Nini'f y-nintii atraai and thi Kant
River Hrfore a lata- crowd which rol.
looted to watch th ntKht, however, the
yacht wae burned to the water Itne,
Wrth tho arrival of the fl reboot tho
Cleorge H McClellen( aha aana when the
trn etream of water wae turned on hor,
The Lioulee waa owned by Raymond
l'arr of Rll Proepocl itreet and wai
formerly tho property of Henry M.
Flagler i ler preeenl owner had boon
living on h r for Home time ami had
come aahore from her only few
mlnutee before th' Are broke out Tha
damage w.w eetlmated hi 4,
HIT BY LOFTS CAR, DYING.
UoagraeaBian'a ton iiisi-unrued in
Jaaanlaa Polloc t'oart.
Thoniae .staui.ai-d, a Dhnulfour of
Woodmoreji n dying In St Joaeph'a Ibm
pitai at far Roc aa way from injitrloa re.
ooived yeetarday when a bicycle ho sas
riding was hit b) an gtltotnoblle driven
b Qeorge W, ixt't, eon of Oongragamn i
rjoorge w, i.jft. Young le'ft eurrendered
himsalf to the police at Far Rookaway,
but was released upon bcinir nerved with
Ho ajipeared in t Jamaica Nillce
court later iii the Doming accotnjagnied
by hla father and Allied .1. Tglley, i
lawyer of 1(1 Hrondway, Aa ! had
complied with tho highway law and
had Stopped and aided hie Victim Mag
latrate lltch dtechargad him. Mr. T.ti
Icy pitniieod that ahould the Coroner
want the young man later he would
report to hhn.
Loft, who is 9 yaare old. had boei.
Hicndinu utO evetunit at the homo ot
Mr Tavlley at rSir Rookaway and
mi. on hie wjy home alien the aooldgnl
GERMAN SOCIETY HEAD OUT.
tietroM Dentecbee n i Preeldenl
Denonnoee DgMMlto Inepooti
DgrgOITi Alia '.". At a meetlna to.
day of the Dotroll Deutaoher Bund
prof, Bmll Albraoht, preeldenl and or.
ganleer, .--.'.'i .1 baoaueg of his aon
vlctlon Hint Albeit Kalteolmildt, wyhose
name waa mentioned In connection with
the recent dynamite outrage In Wind"
sor and Walkervllle, Ontario, should In
no way bo connected with the bund
Kaltaomnldi is ihe eoolely'e secreian
Taree eaoka ago Prof, Albreohl and
other members of the lsutecher Bund,
il Is said, had succeeded in Convincing
Mr Kallaohnildl thai II would be to the
has I Inleraau of Ihe swlety If he ie
algtiad a sacrelury KaJtachmldl re-
Mailed, but when a majority of the
ntontbora a-kiii him la reoonalder hm
resignation he remained aa seui-aUiry.
FEDERAL COURT LETS
ENGLAND SELL SHIP
Consent Needed Before Dis
posal of Vessel Seized in
Because of a peculiar chain of cir
. amttaneeli It -was learned yesterday,
the consent of the fnlted States Dis
trict Oonrl here was required before the
Brit! eh Government could sen the
American registered stesmshlp Mantras,
which was seined by a Urltlsh warship
off Kirkwall on ttarvh 11 last and
taken Into the prlr.e court at Hull after
THE NEW FASHIONS FOR AUTUMN
now procurable In all the departments, offer a wide choke of seflectioEn in
Women's and Misses' Gowns, Suits and Wraps for afternoon, evening and theatre
wear; Hats for the tailor-made suit and the more efalborate costume, BEouses in
plain and striped effects, some fstchingly trimmed with fur and velvet.
Handsome For and Fur-BSned Garments
in the most fashionable combinations
And the best productions of the European and American makers in Silks, Dress
Goods, Laces and Trimmings, captivating in beauty cf color and design.
Women's Ta 5 11
in a number of
have b?en prepared in models especially
becoming to extra large sizes.
(42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52 & 54 inch busl
. irperaor materSaHs -"-; s.nsrt:p have
These Suits will Le shown in the Depart
ment for Imported and Special
Costumes, Third Floor.
IRSdifing Habits and Sports Syits
Inspection is invited of the new assortments of
Riding Habits for cress- or si die-sad die; Golf
ing and Tennis Costumes; Hunting and
Shooting Suits; Silk Sweater Suits and
Suits for motoring and yachting.
department for Riding Habits and Sports
Suits (Third Floor)
Betalph Guaranteed Silk Hosiery
affords the welUdressed man and woman
an opportunity to purchase fashionable
Hosiery, off exceptional good quality, at very
r,.' edeate prices. The assortment includes
black and white, as well as an extensive
line off shades to harmonize with the Autumn
Women's Colored Silk Hose, per pair 12.00
Women's Black Silk Hose
per pair . . . . $1.75 & 2.50
Women's Extra-size Black Silk Hose
per pair $2.25
Men's Black, Vv'hite and Colored Silk Half-
THE MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT is recommended to the notice
All purchases, whether charged or paid for in cash, will be forwarded
express or freight to any point in the United States.
an aliened attempt by her officers to
reeist the rt;ht of search.
Judas Julius M. Mayer of the Federa:
District f'ourt gave the necessary sanc
tion yesterday and MM steamer, owned
by trie New York Transatlantic Steam
ship Company, Inc.. of 17 Battery place,
will probably be the flrst ship of Amer
ican registry dlspoeed of by Ihe Brit
ish Government under these conditions
since tlie war began
The Maraean was formerly the Brit
ish ship Carmarthenehlre, but aa a
measure of gafety was tranaferred to
American registry after the war began.
She was purchased by the recently
rormed New York Traneatlantlc Hteam
ahtp Company. On February 22 she
sailed from thle port for Rotterdam and
Copenhagen with a full cargo of meat,
which the English Government thought
waa destined for Germany.
The seliure of the ehlp as a prlie
waa followed by the nilng of a bank
ruptcy petition In the fnlted State- Dis
trict Court here against the New York
S. Altman (Ho
FIFTH AVENUE -
or made SoSts
per pair $1.75
Traneatlantlc Steamship Company by a
alngle creditor In London, who con
tended tihet the eeieure of the company'e
most valuable asset rendered the con
cern unable to meat Its debts.
l-Jngel Bros , attorneys for the alleged
bankrupts, announced their Intention of
Sghtlna the petition, as It was thought
at the tlmo that the Knglleh prise court
would soon releaee the ship and settle
the cla'm of the owners. When It be
Cethe apparent that the case would drag
throua-h an Indefinite period of time. It
was thought advisable to have the ship
aold In order to protect the claims of
But before the ICnglish priie court
would sell the ship. It Insisted upon get
ting Ihe consent of the ship's owners.
Aa the affairs of the New York Trans
atlantic Steamship Company were In the
hands of the fnlted States District
Court that court was consulted.
JudKo Mayer sanctioned the sale on
condition that the ship be sold for not
I iees than f2,000 (about 14n,000)
Mosses' and GSrls'
CoElege and School Apparell
In preparation for the Dress requirement, fcr
college and school, careful consideration has
been given to the assembiini off stylish,
serviceable garments and the selection will
be found to be admirable in every res re:'..
Included are Tailcr-rr.adie Suits, Tailored
Serge and Silk Dresses, Regulation Zress.cc,
Practical Coats and Raincoats, separate
Skirts and Blouses,
s' Suits, Mackinaws, Sweaters.
Bathrobes and Furnishings
Boys' English Overcoats
of very nne woolen materia,!;:,
Also fiats. Gloves, Shoes and Hi fiery
Complete Outfits a specialty
In the Department for Mourning Appare
a number off the ne w garments have just
placed on display. Among these are Su :
off broadcloth, silk velour and faille, an
Gowns off faille taffeta, chiffon and ere:-:
meteor; some having fur trimmings .-!
bands off velvet effectively arranged. "
Evening down? off dull net with lul -
All the accessories off the Mourning Cos'1. ..' i
may be obtained in this departmetl t
An Important Reduction Sale of
Women's Low Shoes
w,u.i take place to-morrow (Monday,), t
styles to be offered have been cn sale in l no
regular stock, during this leaion, but a
there are not all sizes in all sty'e "he rcr h "
will be marked at particularly k w prices ,r '
and that due notice of ti.
eent to the attorneye, creditor,'",'"
etorkholdera on this side of t ie t ,.
The proceeds of the sal.- will be Tim
In escrow by the British Oovernmsii
until the priie court has handed as,
its deotoion. if the eelture of tn,
eel la Joatlfled, most of I hi money
probaihly go toward defray-In- the elsi
of the British Government
d.lved la .1 Coantle. .Never
1 ; i p'.Mt a v n . 8. O.i Auk IS
Sauls, Judge of Probate ol
oouniy. naa tne distinction ,f la
lived In three different ootinl e
ever having moved on- of n e i .,,.
The Judare lived nt the old home i ,
first In Beaufort oouniy, the,
wae formed a.nd the .IihIk.. an rielna
In the new area, then Jaaper wj , .
alert, and the Judge's home Wan In t
I area of Jaaper county, s.,, vlng h
1 same house, he lived in t!.'e OuHntlej
in smart styles.
free off charge by