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THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER , 7, 1916.
KIDDER, PEABODY ft CD.
IIS Civinthire SI
17 Will St.
Letters of Credit
BARING MOTHERS i CO., LTD.
We have prepared a booklet an
Railroad Bonds which tivea in
convenient form tome of the prin
cipal factor! refardinf the bond
issues of most of the principal
railroad, in thii country. It alto
includes the income account, man
atement. capitalitation and other
information of intereat to investors.
We will be pleased to mail to in
vert on a copy of Booklet Ne 20
Harris, Forbes & Co
fane Street, Csmtr William
Bought Sold Quoted
HOSMER & WEBB
Tal. 6MZ- Broad. 35 BROAD ST.
THOMAS L. MANSON & GO.
Member nf New York anil Boston sm, k
New Turk i otion r.srtianie
loo BIOAOWAU NEW YORK
Telephone, Kr. tor '.'M.it
September 1st. 1015.
We take pleasure In announcing that
Mr. Henr W. Bvans has this day been
admitted to our firm as a general
THOMAS L. MANSON & CO.
tlMlMxs I . MANSON,
JOHN t. BLACK,
Member rv Tnrk fttn.k Klrhange.
timothy r. susm.
Member RoMiin Mloi-k F.irhange.
HE.NKt B. I t I.I.K.KI ON.
JtMF.M I'. rOOklC.
Ill Mil V. BVANB,
Member rw lork Stock Ft. hange.
Aetna Explosives Co.
American Brass Co.
Amer Light & Trac. Co.
Hopkins Allen Arms Co.
International Nickel Co.
New Jersey Zinc Co.
Pacific Gas & Elec. Co.
Triangle Film Corp.
Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.
Phone 9970 Rector 14 Wall St.
Henry Clews & Co.
II. I'l. IS, 17 ami III II Id l IT
mi miii us . . STOCK i i ii v m . i
Stocks and Bonda Ixjught and sold
on commission. Also carried on con
servative terms. Depoait Accounta
received subject to clieck at sight.
Interest paid on daily balances.
TBAVF.I.KKN' I II I KIIS OF CRSDIT
llllll is UN LONDON AMD I'AKIB
f.00 Kiflh x.c u .l Third Ave.
1ISS Broaden v 8 Warren si.
Ml I'nlon Square 1(1 Court Si . Ilkljn.
Suggestions for Investors
msv be had on request
A. B. Leach & Co.
Imesl uit'iit Set iirltles
149 Broadway, Now York
j m i ' . i i i 1 r 1 1 .s iurrtin
it .1 him i -
Metropolitan Trust Col
manages real and personal es
tates; collects rents, pays taxes,
takes complete charge of property.
49 Wall Street
To the Holder., of
AMKKK AN WKITIN,. I' VI I It COMPANY
Unit MnrUaae Hlnklnic Fund (.old llnndn.
Under the Hi tiki rift Kund pruvlalun of SS
lndntur dnd July 1, between the
above euraptLtiy .n.-i tb Old Coluuy Trul
c-ompsatny. Trustee, the undersigned hereby
Cvoa notice that It hit tha sum of $L 5.KT4
r Invesiment In the first moMsjsfs bonds
taaued tbereumler offers of bonds endorsed
'rndr of American Wrltlns; Pa-psr Com
iMsaiv Boiitls" uill be reeelveil by the Old
Colony TniMt ('ninpany, Trustee, 17 Court
Street, Boston. M :issaohusetts, until noon
of Tuesday, Heptenibsr 14, 1V1S, at which
trma th. . will he opened. The rlyht is
jwarvad to reject .uiy a.nd all offers. In
tsraat on accepted bonda wlU oeaae Friday,
Itaap-tativber 17, 1.1R.
OsUDOOlaONT THIIsST t'Oaf PANT, Trustee,
By J. it Waksflsid, Vice FreaMaat.
sptaxnbsi- 1, ltn.
PAID TO INTERBORO
Docrr-ase of 4,508,405, but Not
Inromp of Company Shows
FIRST CUT IN OROSS CASH
The annua! report of the. Tnterhor
ough Rapid Trnnalt Company for tlie
year ended Juno 3ft, 1916. ahowa a net
corporate Income of $S,06,4S4. aa oom
pared with 18, (124. 680 In June, 1914.
Thla waa equal to ".3. 05 per cent, earned
on the $35,000,000 capital stork of tha
company aa compared with 22 02 per
cent, earned on the same atock In the
year prevloua. Orone operating; revenues
for the year were 133.433.742, against
$35,616,395 In 1914, a decreaae of 11.
(62 or 0 24 per cent. There wan a gain
on the autrwny division of $23,23 or
l.fil per cent and a loaa on the Man
hattan Hallway dlvlalon of SSfi4,l9 or
2.29 per cent.
The Increase In the operating revenues
of the aubway dlvlalon waa due to a
substantial traffic gain In that portion
of the Bronx borough served by that
division and also to Increased business
In the amusement and shopping dis
tricts. The dec -ease In the earnings of tho
Manhattan Hallway dlvlalon waa due to
the general depression In business con
ditions throughout the olty. the cur
tailment "f activities amonii the manu
facturing establishments along the Sec
ond nrrl Third avenue elevated line
and the falling off In foreign travel
which especially effected the Ninth ave
Operating; F.apenoeo laerease,
Operating expenses were $12.941. 314.
na compared with 112.902. 063 in 1914. en
Increase of $39,210 or 0.10 per cent., the
result of an Increase on the subway ill
vlsi'in of $31,252 or 0 60 per cent and
an Increase on the Manhattan Hallway
division of $8,008 or 0.12 per cent.
Owing to the changing traffic through
out the non-rush hours on both the
SUbway and elevated divisions, It was
found necessary in furnishing ample ser
vice for the travelling public to Increase
the car mileage on the subway division
to the extent of 2,0111.943 car miles, and
on the elevated division by 111,101 car
miles. This Increase in car mileage was
responsible for an Increase in the cost
of transportation amounting to $89,142.
Net operating revenues amounted to
$20,492.48, as compared with 114,41$,
342 In June, 1914, a decreaae of $12". -913
or 0 68 per cent. There was a gulp
of $251,984 or 2.21 per cent, on the sub
way division and a loss of $372 898 or
4.04 per cent, on the Manhattan Hail
Tho gross Income of the property was
IIS.SSS.STS for 1915, as compared with
$19,1 44,248 in 1914, a loss of $IC'.'.1SS.
while the net corporate Income amounted
to $8. ("68, 484. agalnat $s,024.5SO In tho
year previous, a decrease of $43,904
This, added t" the previous unpins of
the compatiy. gave It a total of 111,106,
364. aa compared with 111,110,111 In
1914. Dividends to the extent of $7,"00,
000 w,,re paid during the year ended
June 30. 1915. as compared with dis
bursements of $5.200.noi, In 1914. which
with other Items made total appr, , na
tions of 87.791.255, against $1,101,111 In
June, 1914, leaving a profit and loss
surpliaa of $16,509,108. aa con i , i r. I
with $15,214,403 on June 30, 1914.
Reprised 6 47.:lT.24MI Puree.
Passenger carried during the year
ended June 30, 1915, paid l47,til.lSt
Theodore P. Shotits. president of tho
compatiy. in hia annual reixirl. an..:
"it Is interesting to note that this year
witnessed the first interruption in the
annually recurring Increases in the
gross est I lllllB of your com ut n y since
the opening of tho subway for opera
tion. Thla is due to the general busi
ness depression of the country.'" .Mr.
Si.,nts then offers" a table showing the
annual increases in the gross earnings
of the company and the number of
passengers carried from 1908 to the end
of tho 1915 fkcnl year. In 1908 tho
gross operating earnings of the com
pany amounted to $24,099,505, with
4S3.2S5.S40 raaHnengers carried, an an
nual Increase of 33,997.766 persons
The statistics show that the largest
gnws earninss of the company thus
far were made In 1914, rwhen they
t .tailed $33,515,396. an Increase of
$1,017,524 over 1913. The number of
paasengers carried In that year
nmounted to 651.886,671. an annual In
ersnTstM of 17.57n.16." over 1913. During
tho year of 1915 the number of pas
aen.'ers decreased 4.508,405.
During the eight year period the gross
earnings of the Interliorough Rapid
Transit Company have lnoreaeed from
S24.699.505 In 1908 to $33,433,742 in
1915. or $8,734,237. which in equal to
35.36 per cent. Tile net operating
revenue lias increased from $13,976,810
In 1908 to $20,492,428. or $6,515,618.
equal to 46.62 per cent. The net cor
porate Income ha Increased from
3. 700. 659 In 1908 to $8,068,484 III 1915.
Or $4,31.7.825. wMotl la equal to 118 per
cent. The ratio of fixed charges, includ
ing taxes, to axons earnings haa been
reduced from 43.95 per cent. In 198 to
:!9.02 per cent. In 1915.
NATURALIZATION AT NIGHT.
Slafe and Federal Conrla In Keep
Open for Workers.
Night naturalization courts for the
benefit of workliigmen who find It a
handship to go to tho courta In the day
time will be opened on Septemlier 14.
The Supreme Court will hold aesslona
on Monday mid Tuesday nighta from
7 to 10 o'clock, and the T'nlted States
District Court will he open on Thursday
nights during the same hours.
The Ix-iwrue of Foreign Horn Citizens
of which Nathaniel 1'hllllps Is the
president, will celebrate the opening with
a parade from In front of the head
quarters of the league at 81 Second
avenue to the City Hall.
is pouring down on the
U. S. A.
Unprecedented world condi
tions are making for an era
of unlimited industrial welfare
in this country.
The Present Market
described in our special lettar on
Stock Market Selections
Free on request
Fieldsteel & Co.
Members of Cons. Stock Eacb., N. T.
Tal. S4S-4 Hriwd. SS Broad HI.
IS GREAT SALESMAN
Helps American Manufacturer!
to Find Buyers for
GIVES A WTHE SERVICE
The salesman for America Is the New
York Bureau of Foreign and Pomesttc
Commerce. In a report for the two years
It has been In existence It shows how
it has become rim centre for foreign
buytrs in the United States,
The business of the bureau has In
creased enormously since It was opened.
In August. 1913, there were only sixty
four callers at the office: In August
of this year 1,607 representatives of
American business firms called for In
formation about foreign trade. The bu
reau furnishes Information about for
eign customs duties, regulations and
methods of shipment and statistics allow
ing the Importations of foreign num.
tries. Trade directories and publica
tions of the Department of Comment'
are kept on hand.
But It is In Its capacity of salesman
that the office does the greatest service.
Specifications for everything from
bridges wanted In China to glass bottles
needed in South America aro received
there and forwarded to American Anns
who might be interested In such busi
ness. As a result a large amount of
trade with foreign countries ia done that
might have been Impossible without the
services of the bureau. One Spanish firm
recently purchased $90,000 worth of au
tomobile access, rlcs In this way.
Many foreign buyers make the bu
reau's office their headquarters because
thev are thus put In touch with the
American firms best fitted to serve'
them. During the BBBI year sixty for
eign buyers have done much of their
bu-dncss through tho bureau.
There is a sample room f,.r the bene
fit of American business men who wish
to familiarise themselves with the arti
cles of foreign manufacture with which
they must compete. Hosiery, worsted,
underwear and hardware were of great
Interest and attracted 6oft representa
tives of American firms which wtati to
get a part of the South American trade
since the withdrawal of Gentian and
Knglish i-apitai available for invest
ment in foreign countries there has
been a great MB ind for American cap
ital. The bureau has. after ."Careful In
vestigation, referred the various prop
ositions to such firms In New York aa
might lie interested and are In a posi
tion to finance them,
BANKERS MEET IN SEATTLE.
I .MO DelesatM to DIstaM Msmmm
tftaj Problem) of thi nr.
isk n t.K. WssJIh Sept. . Approxl
I fTiStaly 1,000 dtltfgAtas have arrival frr
i the forty StttHkl snntMtf onv'Ulion of
the American Hanker Atoctat ion.
WhOM session haft thl wrk will deal
i with iri'hsitiK problSJRS Involving the
' dominant pari now heltiK taks-n by the
fnttad States in worldwide tnarne, aa
' a result of UuropMfi war conditions,
t h her questions! uch si tho sspsn-
Skffl of forslSjn t rade and the working
antl results f the federal Rsssrvs
1 Bank Ins aystsnii also will be consldsred
To-dsy'S pros la mine comprised t he
nvssttns of vsrtous comiriHtaai to for
mulsta reports for submission to tha
main ssastona of the t onventlon Wednes
i day and Tlmrsday.
AKRIVALS AT THE HOTELS,
SB. Ike Laleat .Names Placed
on the Registers.
MeAtpin Dr. and Mra. W. S. Idy,
New Haven; Mr and Mrs Juan Car
rlllo, Havana: Mlas J, Vlltotta llar-
rleon, Baltimore i L. Duaaault
QuebisO ; Mr and Mrs. Kdward Carrlng
Astor .Mr. and Mra. Arthur W.
Dunn. Washington; Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Crowley, Benaca Kails, n. 1
Helleclaire Alexander Kel'h.
Biltmore- Dr. and Mrs F. O
son. .Niagara Kalis . Mr. and
Thatcher, PeubVo, Col.
Itreslln K. It. Oliver, Chicago;
Holes. Cohlnihtis. fla.
Nether land Dr. Thomas Shaw, Beth-
leham, N. H,
Savoy Mr. and Mrs Y. B Pearson.
Los Angeles: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Har
rison, st. Paul
Marie Antoinette Mr. and Mrs. A H.
Iludd. Media. Pa ; J. P. Collman. Pitta
burg: Mr. and Mrs H. C Barneyfi, Id,
Pawtudkatj k. L
FIGHT BURGLAR IN ELEVATOR.
partmeiil House Km ploy eea Snc-
reed In MriUliiR "apt ore.
Tha dlmovery of a burslar In the
Btorernom of the PslmSttO Apartments,
mo sfornlncslds Drlva, at 5 o'clock isst
evening WSS folloWSd by a pitched Ini
tio between the ImrKhir, who WSS a
negro, and an alSVStor hoy and the
Upsrlntsndsnt. Chsrlss Anderaon. In an
elevator suspended between the first ami
Andsrson Bhoutsd from the car for a
poltcfinau. and I'a.iolman 1'rawley of
the West l-Mli street statuni was calh-d
to wait until Anderaon OOUtd brlnf the
car to I he Hrat lloor, where the negro
asi srrsiisd with many of the tsnsnts
The negro, who gave hla name na
Osorgs Miihr, jt. of IH Bsst ISTUl
street, was detected Iti the storeroom by
tnssni of a signal alarm. Anderaon sug
feStad running him up between the
ROOri SO thsl lie couldn't escape. Otice
there the nssTO, who had been fairly
dOOlISi plUnffSd Into an attack. It waa
aid ! tha police, tftSF isttlnf him to
the Fourth brsnob dStSOttvS bureau,
thai he had bssn convicted on bunrlary
ha rsss i wit 6 bsforSi
MVS Stock Market.
MONDAYi September ft
itsceipts of beevei for two dsvi w rs
I.8VI h'toi, including Ki tars for tin- mar
ket. Hteen ruled dull si lust a bout itasdy
arieai fsr sii sradei aaeept common; bulls
wer- tlow and 10 'i Ho lower ; choice fat
SOW! itSSdyi Sttiari ami Kenerally
IftsOI&e low rr, Home late rrl. aj were
ilk iv t io- h" ii ovt " Common to prims
at fi Mild .it Si r(i SS.SS per 100 lbs . 0IS0
i$nd etSS1 ! l5.TSOIT.T5i bultH si $4, lis)
f; ;o. $ows :-i f.ti7. I'll . -1-, i ti r was
low tlfj H'.'C per lb, fur native Mil-"
Receipt! of oslvei f'r two days were
4,I!M head, Including 3,t4i; head for the
market! making with previous nrrlvuls
!t, 7 : 0 nn n;t It-. V. ,i Is w ere off 2 fit rate. ;
other oslvei slew and MTSs lower, com-
mnn to choice veals sold al 9I.60QI1S.50
per t no lbs,; r ul Jm at f fiO u H ; graasiers
fend kltn iiitlkM at ' fit td.T.'i , yearlings
at H KOtl l.3ft. 'Ity dressed veals esala?
at lTi'ti 0o . pountry drisned slow nt 1 4 w
Hecelpt s of phOfP and lambs fitr two
dsyi were u.l).... b ,i,i, ineludlni 4 cars
for i)k market making with previous ar
rlVSll 4K pan on ISle. Ihesp In fair de
mand and Meudy; lambs were slow and lf
QllO. lower ; levers ears were held over
common to chotos sheep (ewee) snid nt is
it fl par 10( Iba. ; ordinary to onoloe lambs
ai P JiW 'J.Hi : nil- at tttf7. Dresfed
mm inn ilow at I I lo, per lb-; dressed
lambs nt 1 Hi 1 i 1 j c
Ptecelptl of liogrt for two dsy.. were 7.
I0ti head. Im-ludtnir C cars for the market.
Prices higher, wi I. sales at f Iti it $ 10
per 100 Ibf.. roughs, fri rSl 10.
DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR.
Oompaajf and Term. Htk. Arnt.
Nalloue.1 Sugar Unit n lug, ijuar
terly pM- l
United Tructloo and Klaetete.
Down Town Brancn
FORMERLY AT BROADWAY AND
LISPENARD STREET IS NOW
NEW YORK LIFE BUILDING
The Union Trust Company of New York ns two well
equipped Branches for its uptown business the 38th
Street Branch in the heart of the busy Fifth Avenue shop
ping district, and the Plaza Branch at Fifth Avenue and
60th Street, just opposite the entrance to Central Park.
The facilities of all the offices of the Company are
offered to depositors of either Brancn or of the Main
Office at 80 Broadway.
The Union Trust Safe Deposit Company, entirely
owned by the Union Trust Company, conducts modern safe
deposit vaults at both Branches.
FRANCE AND RUSSIA
NOW RIVAL BUYERS
Both Ktiarer to Get Pulp Rcnt
Inar MhcIu'iu's for Cm in
Ki tM. snd Russls are rompstlns for
powder brStSri In Fhiladelphia. A firm
t lore that orditiartl mttnufactur'a In
imt'iit pulp beatt rs for paper mills haa
found a new anil lucrative channel for
Iti product Buslnsss waa very, very dull
this car until it was dlscovsrsd thst
pow der, in conrae of preparat Ion, could
be expeditiously stirred with a pulp
beater. Now the Arm la Working to full
capacity and installing new machinery.
Mors than one premium of $1,000 haa
bean paid for each beater that OOUd be
kWlppsd inside of OOntrSOl time. Pulp
basting Bischlnss are biiuging I1S.000 or
120,000, Agents for the allied Uovern
monta are In fnendl but active rivalry
t SSCUfS early shipments of the powder
baa tan from Phltsdalphia and isswhsro.
The magnitude of orders and the
pressure for steel t be utilized In the
manufacture of war munitions ate held
responsible for the oloW delivery of
plain atructural ahapea by the steel mdls
to the fabricating shops. The latter
have taken unu!al'y heavy contracts tn
the laat aixty dsyi for tnanufacttiring
plant extensions, commercial buildings,
highway Snd railroad bridges aa well as
for subway construction. Some of the
shops are far behind in delivery on con
In July and August the fabricated
structural Fteel contracts wi re In SXCSSS
of 100.000 tons, According to the records
of the largest IntsrSStS, the AUgUSt sales
were nearly ITfttOOO tons, etpial to the
theoretical monthly capacltv of all the
shops of the country. With t!ie exception
of January. 1114, the August booktngl
were the largest for ti llngtfl month In
trade history, while ths ordsri taken iii
Jul) and AugUStt with the f ingle SX
it pi .on of May and Juns, 1110, have
never been equalled in a similar period
of sixty days.
The Bridge Builders and structural
Assoc! st ton reported thst July sales were
st' per cent, of total capacity, equivalent
to 150,500 tons, bsnsd upon ITS, 000 tons
monthly capacity. The August report
awaited with some interest, Up to
August 1 many hops had taken orders
equivalent to ioo per rent to 100 per
cent. f rapacity. It la estimated that
nssrly 400,000 toni of atructural work
to be fabricated are at ill pending, but
there ia a Isck of steel to be rolled Into
shapes. The pressure for ateel la re
fleeted In 'he higher prices current for
structural shapes. Sales for thla month
are being made at I ISO. to 1.4 0c, base
Snd fourth quarter contract command
i 50c, Pittsburg, Some fabricators are
at ill protected on low price contracts for
hapSS, 1,10c, base, and aro sharing this
advantage with contractors. Thin ia re
sulting In wide variation In tenders sub
mitted on competitive work.
Although steel contracts to cover the
in Lnufscture of war munitions were
heavier In Annua' than In any previous
month since KuropS turned to the United
States for war supplies it la understood
that the average daily hookinga by the
subsidiary companies of the Steel Cor
poration last month were Iowa than they
were In July. This Indicates that the
Independent iteel companies hared the
August business in larger measure than
in the preceding month. Tha average
daily orders of the corporation, however,
were In SXCSSS of capacity. The August
output In shipments waa the largeat In
many ) cars. In fact they were prob
ably never equalled. Vet the statement
Of Unfitted orders to DS Issued next Fri
day will probably show alight Increase,
or It may show even a alight decrease,
due mainly to the heavy shipments.
It is understood that the corporation s
dlrSCt export orders in July were about
500.000 tons, or aproximately one-third
of total sales. During the first seven
months f ths year ths export contract!
Were nearly 1,000,000 tons. Another
significant feature as indicating the
magnitude of foreign business is that
many domestic sales-- probably one
third were to cover the manufacture of
supplies to be eventually exported.
In the last two months Independent
steel companies secured a larger pro
portion of the direct and Indirect ex
port trade, which means war contracts
mainly. Ouriug the first half of the
year. It Is cm limited, the corporation
took about 60 per cent, of the contracts
booked snd produced about Bf per cent
of the Ingot and finished steel output.
A readjustment Is under way now ami
probably before the close of the year
these relation will be further modified,
e e s
The net earnings of ths United States
Steel Corporal Ion In August are esti
mated at 114,500,000. This la bused
upon a substantial gain In shipments
and InOTSSSSd profits through higher
prices current. The Indication Is that
July anil August net earnings were ap
proximately 111,100,000. In June the
net earnings were at the rate of fit. 14
per ton on thn total shipmenta. The
August earnflnga are expected to be
considerably over the rate of 912 per
rt'BI.ICATlON IIT TH K
SEAMEN'S BANK FOR SAVINBS
IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK
(14 and 18 Wall KliwS)
of Iionnant A, , ourvts not previously report -r.l
t. the Hanking I)ep.irtm.nt. th,- Iiepoel
tore' tiumea and their laat know n places of
1 Bee. In aerorclarw-a with the pro-
.na ,,f the N.w York Otata Banklnc
ie . Bsesjaa :74.
Charles V Batee. Bronavslle, N. Y.
.'harles W Bennertt. Monmouth at,
Jer.ey Oty, N. J.
Samuel Borreera, nw Brighton, f i . if, T,
Cornelia S. Burnhajn, 210 We.t Ittta street.
Tlie..,hllua P nhandl.r, ,fr . :i West Slat
HI reel, ft, V.
J" rge I Colansan, si ssth street
Hi Dohl ; e.,.ia1e. L I.N T.
Maria Dojrnally, ,1 wi tsUi Mreet, U t
Aufiutua K Dorrh.at.r. l Hl.lalon Ave
llrooklv n. N. T
.te-le A Krb, )3 Attornev STeet. ft, T.
Johanna Mahartr, ;k Third Avenue, ft T
.'! . i. OoMea, Port Rtehnond, B. t . ft, .
nnny I, lireen. tit e.l J.rh Street. N Y
Franc t, Mh.ii. , we. isn. st . N Y
Monmouth li Hart, White Plains. N. Y.
Bamiiol J Hunlley, lost Tenth Avenue.
Bllaatieth Hurley. ,7 la'.'h .atreei.
fe.ul. If. man M I. then v H'reet. N'. T.
Krl.tjan .Ia, ohn,n. I'ath.rlne p'.lp. N T.
.'harles .1 Johnw.n. 110 I'olumhl.. ."tree'
Brooklyn, ft, x
Joaaph M Jotinaon, i: k,; i-entre. k I .
Tra A hip. Jr. n W et ISUl Street. NT
lle-mlne T Kltchlng. Hums Point N Y
Alfred Krower, SI Kt kjri street, n. t.
Hi. hard LavetTj Mount Vernon. N V.
Ju'la Ie,e, ,0J York ctlreet. Jer.ev Olty.
Anna V ,, hanek. 4SJ Wjstfea Avenue. Brook
lyn. N. V
tei.ii sffanahaa, Aatoria, L i n t.
il-rge . Marvin. New Ko. helle. N T.
Rmma Maurar, 71 weet 3r.t street, n t.
Catharine McTelgue. set Baal l"th street.
Cath.rin, E. Mehllle, New Brighton. S. I.
frank T MHee, south o-snre. ft. I,
1'atrlek Mlltan, 7 Third i'ls.-e. Brooklyn.
Mary Miiter. ill Jaekson Avenue. J.raev
r'ltv. ft, j
Itttn St'amaer, IH South S'tree. X. T.
.I.tmee Park. ',.' 'e..,r Street, ft, Y.
June It Hardon. Ms Ilaisey (Jtr- e;. Brook
lyn, N. V.
Wlillam ,' Ilhn;aoder. Plerrepon: House
Brooklyn. H. Y.
Smith !.. Hiker, r.io r;,.' ttTth Stree-
J llelirv Hoese. :,: Pr:n Street. Brook
lyn, n. y.
Rmlly a p s Bloom field, n j.
CharB, smith. I Front streat. ft, Y
K.Uvurl F Ta:,.r. 14 tYest 3rd Street.
Biiaaheth Verity. BayrlUe, I. i n T.
Kmttll wiiiiame. w Kv.
.1 McCoy tvi llams. Morfolh. Sn
laaa W Wood. t4 Haklldai Bt . Jeraev
City, ft, J,
REPORT of the I NCI AIMED DEPOSITS
I li idouds and Interest of the
title tHuarantee ana Crust Co.
,,tl III,- Seat day of August. IBIS, RMtle In ac
cordance won ilie pro. tslons of Hie Hanking
Law. Sections IS4 and StS
lull name of doposllor
or shareholder Last
known residence or
Post I, nice address
of depomllaf ir .tiare
hol.ler 11. te of
. ii ivinsl
S2 12 4(1
I .-:t 84
Iti'-hard II It Fitehcn 2:'0
rtn AV., iiruuklvn. N Y
Caspar Hals.nio. l.llh St
,V Mermaid Av . l 'one.
Island N V. Aug ' 24.
Ella .1 Cowles. I nknoatl
Irginia liardner. I n
known He,- 1
Lslate Joseph La fnete.
Jr Calherine l.ai'osle,
a, Inn . e ,,. Fred'k F, .
W bite 311 Schcrnier
born St . ItrrM.klvn N
V ... . Se.il 20
(iustav Stienlstan. 00 Wall
SI N V. C Oct 26,
it .i,iel it. Taylor, tru.t,-.,
for Kate ItobillMJIl. L C
Known Mar 21.
Mary Webb 2116 Ryi-rson
St., Brooklyn, ft. '.
Kitiina A Harris. In-
known . ... May 21 ,
Meagher A Ryan. SOfl
Smith St . Brooklyn.
n Y Das, ij,
Archibald Sessions, as
sume,' Henry P. white
or Marinila W .
2161 East Av
64 S f,9
Long I .land Cily. N. Y '
John T McMahon. Wind.
(eld. Long island. N Y
Slate nf New Vork ( mint v of New York. SS.
Kdward (l. Slanle . 2nd lee-President . and
Horace Anderson. , sat, Hecrelnrv of the Title
Ouiiranleok Trusr Co . a Corporal ion. I.natcd
and doing business In the Cliv of New York,
in said couniy. betni duly sworn. tch for libn
wlf. says thai the Ikwagolog reiairl is n full,
true and corr.s-t stateui.-ut of the unclalinisl
deposits, dividends and llltf.e.t of the Title
liuaranteo A Trust Co. nin.le In accordance
with the provisions of Sections 134 and 110
of Chapter 31111 i.r the llauklug law as shown
by tlie IsM.ks of aald CoriMirntiou on the (Irst
day of August, nil:,
EDWARD tl BTANLKV, Id Vlce-Pri-s
HOKACE ANDERSON. Asst. Secretary.
Severally subscribed and sworn lo by both
ileponenlK (he J7th day of August, luli.
before ne, ALFRED C BACH M AN.
Notary Public, No 7. N. Y. Co.
HIE Mr THOPOI 1TAN HAVINUM BANE,
I and 3 Third Avenue, t, and It Cooper
Bquar, N' York Cily, of the nan.as of
Depositor, of llorinunt AccAunt nor pre-
vi. . v r, porieo ami uielr last known ad-
v. 1 pswnsn purauani to ine provisions
,.r Chaptar 3s. Boot ton :-;i f the Hanking
Bllaa Freeland. King Si . N-wr York Olty
Col A Freelaml. i.1 King St , New York
Ateaia B Marks. Hulls Ferry. New Jersey
Cbariai Hehwars. 147ih Bt A Amsterdam
Ave , New York Oily
Erue.tlna Mejiwars. 147th 81 A Amalrrdain
Ave. Nes York City.
Msy.r I. stele tei Beat I Soil ttt.. New
FALL RIVER LINE
TO BOSTON $4.00
Lt. PIER 14. N. R ft. Fulton St.. Dally
S.SO P M. Music.
Prorlden.ce IJne: Sirs. I.v. I'ler 1 1.
N. H.. ft. Fulton St . week das only.
6.00 I. M.
New I-ondon (Norwlehi Line, via New
London. Lr Pier 40. N. ft., ft. Houston
St.. week days only. 5:30 P. M.. Pier 70.
K R.. ft. F,. 33d St., 6.00 P. M.
New Bedford Lino: Sirs. I.v Pier 40
N. R.. ft. Houston Street, week days only,
at 6:00 P. M.
Tnr BA74K FOB BAVINOf In tho PITV
of NKW TORK
of tha unclaimed DORMANT accounta In
accordant with tha provisions of Section
274. Chapter "160. of the Lew. of 11114.
rkport of AtrorsT 1st. huh.
Amsden. Frank. 137 Raat Hth St.. New York
lindanes Samuel, 209 Fast lmh St., New
Bain. William P.. 600 West 2lat St.. New
Biller. Ida. 27 First At.. New York City.
Btake. Michael. SO Barrow St . New York Clt.
Blood-rood Mary P., 831 Third Av . New
Breen. Bella. 612 Kaat 16th St.. New York
Campbell, Francis, 74 Third At.. New Y ork
Connolly. Sarah V . and husband, Michael,
Summit, N. J.
Corcoran, Patrick, 450 ' Oreonwlch SI .
New York Cltv.
Emerson Mary Ann. as West 56th St.. New
F.vans. Michael. 31.1 East 32nil St . New York
Farrclly. Fllia. 247 Fifth Av.. New York Cltv
Floe. Jacob. 31 Canal St.. New York City,
Flnnegan. Anna, HHth St.. Mott Haven.
New York City.
Fttanrafd, Lizzie. 14.1 Weet 61st St., New York
Fnrtch. Inilsa. 137 Spring St . New York City
Freybiirger Henry, ISf Kaat Mth St., New
(tills. Annie. Pulton St . I Island 'lty.
Ooald Annie. Bartow. N. Y.
Hshn Paniol. SAS Second At . New York City.
Johnson. Kate, hi West lii.'.ih St . New York
Kshll. Julia 361 East Villi St , New York C1t.
Kane Jane 3.14 Fast 71th St . New York I it v
Klllerlalie. Kate. 1(17 Mott St New York ( itv
Klenan Sophia, and hu I, , John Newark. N.J
Kohn It,--... us La-t Houston st New ork
lainey, Jane b. 127 Duffleld St., Brooklyn
Msnnlng. John. 40 Ilry Hock St.. New York
Martin. John T . If., L'60 Mad, son At.. New
Martlner. Annie. 476 lxlnatnn Av.. New
McKwen. Thomas. Mancheater. Ocean Co
McMahon Kate. 210 East 46lh St.. New
Mottola Maddalena. 203 (irsnd St., New
Nilson. Anders, and wife Sarah Helena. SSAJ
Third Av New York City.
O'Connor. Katie 66 Centre St New York cltv
Oatrander, William. Hill I, Houston St., New
Page. Wm. J.. Jr.. for daughter. Annte 11
1744 First Av . New Y ork City.
Page. Win. J , Jr.. fin- daughter. Mary, 1714
First Av . New York City.
Peterson. A. Jcastc, ,',64 Mott At . New Y ork
Pcttcr-a-n Albert. 442 West 41st St.. New
Rvan. Mar. Carmansv llle.
Same. Augusta. 166.1 St.-ond At . New Y'ork
Senn. Chrl.tluv. for dau.. Varnna. 12 Laight
St New York City.
Shchsn. Margaret, Wilbur At . Dutch Kills
Shrs Susan H.. for daughter. Jessica
Ttl Hotel, W. I23r.l St., New York I'll.
Shears Susan H.. f,a- win. Randolph I
I 'sstle Hotel. W. 123rd St . New York Pit)
ThoitiM-,n. Andrew Sli.s-p.bea.l Hay. N. ,
Tul.bs. Edward. 374 llowerv. New York ( if
Vannl. Mlehele Vlneland. ft. J
Whole. I liarlottc. 42S West .'"th St . New
WUros, Helen St., 42 Eaat 22nd St., New
in regard to the following
dormant accounts with the
GERMAN 8AVING8 BANK
IN THB CITY OF NEW YORK.
Comer 4th Avenue and 14th Street, New York.
Marie DeraSjUttd. i. Qreeswlrta ntreel New
York Hernhftnl Bnaihetl I4S Willi V venue
Nrw urk llenr Itrow n. 'tif.'i hlsst 77th Si r"-t
Nfw Ynrk. William Buderua, .is m nue
Mssj Yon .tun Detotkleweri ill Clirratte
Strea-t Nr N tirk .Inhsuns !rlHi h . I Avenue
A. Nrvr nrk Thumss T Klv. t t T.n I7ti
Hlreet. New YnTk, Helte Ktitlne''. 0. Kf$s.t .m h
Stn-a;':. New York Jti-M-nh Oi.ru. ;i.Mt cm s,tl
treeji, New York Kits A tiusarnff, 1"'.
Third Xvrnue Ne irk Julie Hsse IL'.
W isi IStS Htr.-4't Ne York Mary Hlllen.
'?" Si-t 4nth AvVSBttf, New i rk Jcmsn
llownrki -tTor t47 Kiet til Street, New Yi.rk
Joss T Kelly. ttS Kaat "'( Street N w Yerk
klcptser. N'tiiftilk. Vs., FTsUII KlU'in. IN
stanton Street. New York Rrnret A. l-etw,
Ksst Mth Street , New York Adam M.ir
tln. SSA Flr.1 Avenue, N.w Yorll Win W
Mayer. 14 Fast 7M Hi reel. New 'orlr I Mi mis
NrtT. Avenue A. New York rhtuimr Bllaa
hcth Peteia, 922 Baal 4th Street, New York
t.eoraTe TfatT 1 t..H Sec. .ml Avefllie, New N ork
Krank ' Kellh. 7S Third Avenue N v York
Th Hoseh in trus fur tiuue t'ullen j -i
Real ssth Street New Yer, Martf I) S
Salem. Ill Kast ftStll Htreet New ,rs Mar
s.-hweicr. M Kaat 10th Street Nt m York
Anna Yath. lus Kast Mth Strert, New York
H nr. t. voseli IMM We.t ssth Street, New
York SSS W aarniT BSO Kast 1 '.".(It Street
New York Reg, Weiss ;t K.isl llotlsN.n
strict New ork "hiirlcs, Yonkera, e, o.
Kmil Munel. KoartiauL. ItStSS Inland. N
Publication by THK I.KKMWIA I4nk
OK THK t IT i K NKW YOltK. V..
the "uSClSataed Halances," In sesNirdsnt c
wl'.h th provisions of ths N. Y. Si
Hanklna LaV, Chapter C9, SecttOHl I'l
Louts it. d'aSstourvtlle, i- Mott Ht .
N. Y. City, Sept. 15. :os ... I'll
State of rw York. IVunM ol New York, a-
K SCHARPBR, Presldsnt.and IAKTIN
r. k t'ashler, of PHK UKKM ANIA iunk
OF THK i'ITV Of NKW Yt'lEK. a hank
located and iicius bualneM in t lie oh) ef
New York. In said County, belnu1 ,lui
iworn. ea h for hinself. asye th it the fore
Rtii'isT report is a f it I . true .iini eorreet
atstemeni f the uiclatmatJ denoaits, i
dfn.ls and intereat "t THK ORRMANtA
HANK OK T 1 1 10 CITT OP Ni;v YoltK
uia-l" in at ariissee vxith ill provtelonti nt
Sec 1 1 oa$ Ml snd -19 of Chapter Ml of the
Hankintt Law ai snonrn to the booki or
sblli.(iik on Hi ll dSV of Aiiaust. 191ft,
tu th bes; ..f then k n-. . letlSt ami beMef.
K c sen iRPER, President
I.ttKriv LOVfC, iVsjiii-r
Severally ubecrlbed and esearn te b)
both denonenti the aoih da) of Ausuet,
IMS. before me
KMIL T n'BS. Notary Public,
seal i Ht m County No Jt.
ReJiUter No t, n.
Cert I fleets flie.i in n v. County Ka i v
nniHKNHS ami INTER RST.
Ss.-,- -sr-svs. . sW-. - -.-s.-srf.il
TWIN ITY KAI'IH TBANSll fOMPANl,
Tni Board of Dlrertora hate declared a
rs; u.ar quarterly dividend of una .m-i
thrae- lourtni per oent. t 1 4 ' . i upon t be
I'refr-rreil ami one and one h.i'f per n ut
I I j ' i upon l he Common Cap I tl ':' k of
this Comnsny, psysote u iobti tni, it 1ft, to
etockholden of record at the lose of buel
neSI September 10th. Ivll,
Dividend lucks win be mailed by The
Par mere laan ami Triiet Company, Tram
fee Asente, Nos. !;'- William Street, New
York City, i s.oeknoldtrs who have Sled
th, ii iins orilers.
A. II, RORKRTSON, Secretary,
New VorSi September Brtl. 1111,
THK HI l.t TU si PBBIOH I K V n
COM PAN V.
The Board t Director! tin e declared '
the reauiar quarterly dividend or one p r
pent. 1 1 r'r i upon tne preferred Capital
Si.i.'k of thN Com pan v. ps n bi Oe toner
1st, llll, to itockholderi f r-. ,r. at the
eia.se f buniuess September Iftth 1913
Dividend cbeofca iii bs mailed by The
Fanners' I.ohii aul Trns: Company, Tr.inn
fer Aaents, No ti-..' Wllh.i-n .New
York city, 'n etsuknolderi a ho htve Sled
s. L RRICIIBRT.
Seert I ary anu Ti easurer.
sw Yerk. September ttn, 1110
INTKKJIOltOl (.11 i tlNsol.lH I KII I OK
Notice nf l'anienl of IMtldeiid.
The Hoard of Directors or ths lner
borough Consolidated Corporation at a
meeting held to.i.i. declared from surp hi
H ilw I I of 1 ' . ' - on the pti't-'ire.l stork,
psyalUe at the office of ine Corporation,
No Ilia Broadway, New York Cltv, in
o ttiber let. litis, to stin 'Sheldon or record
at the close SI business on September loth.
ii t p.sttRR, sooretary
New Yrk. Sept 1st, 191 j.
THK IIKI.AUAKK .1 III IISON ( tlMPANY.
New York. AttSUll i! llt.".
A quarterly dividend of TWO AND iin.
QCARTRR ilH9e) PRR i-KNT on the cap.
I itai stock nf tsti Company win be paid at
the oftU'H of the Companyi .t- Kaeeau sirsst.
In thi cltv, . ami after i.n,i iy. Sept. S 0
191 ."a tn stockholders of re.orU at el oat of
j business today,
it; order "f the Hnni of ifsnaseri
OHARLtl A WALK BR, T esurer
AMERICAN CAN COMPANY.
(Hiarter. pet I en
the Preferred Ht,
al.le ili lolier 1st
ol ...a 'liree
r 'ti ,l, I i r,-, upon
tills I'oniB inv . p. tv
In st,,, kli,.l.l.-re o
Hooks sill remain
r.1 hi the
ISth. Ilt Transter
ODSli rhecka i n ., 1 1 c , I
K. H. laaaoa. He, i.larv a H asurar
Up the Hudson
All Sat 111, lially Pi.ept Sunday
Direct Halt Connectlniia to all points In the
al.kllls. Saratoga, the Adirondack, tne
West and North All through rail tickets be
tween New York and Albany accepted
Music. Restaurant .
Str. "Washington Irving"
Str. "Hendrick Hudson"
Str. "Robert Fulton"
lte.hros.es St., s to A M W 43rl Si..
OA M W I Mill s. aaO V M tonjers,
l 41 A M lae.bng al West Point. New- ,
burgh Potlghkeepsle, Kingston Point, Cats- ,
kill. Hudson and lbany.
Also lle.brns.es SI.. 0 40: W 42d St., 1"
tr Hjata St., loaoi v..nker. iom a m
ror ll.ar M.ionlaln West Point. Cornwall.
Newbiirgh end PoughkocHIr.
One tl x Oullngs to Po.igbkeep.le. New -hurgh.
We.t Point or Bear Mountain.
r,.r West Point, Newburuh. po.igbk aapale
ling-ion and wav Iniidltiirs. leaves ll,sbrosses
St., I 41 P St.; W. 42d St . J P M . W. lajlth
4, l V. Ii. 1 sUntiluv l.le ,1
outing t,, w, .i Point, re turn I ri by le..t or rail
I ifshrms at Iter.
Tat, 4141 Spring ft V.
Largest Riicr Steamships in
BSSTtCS niii v. iNn,tniai,
t vs. l i t LtSSarp.. . u
Pier 3'-' N i; . fi Canal Mt.SiSn P.M.
Weal l.i- i Rt, Plat P.M.
tare, one way. II. round trip. SI 50.
PKOPLJKi I. INF. -
I-., r Kt! North rural a on p M.
w,..t IkSd sT 6 n P.M.
h-.re one way, $8; rontM tnp, S3. 50.
Pier SS, North IIKer B OO P.M.
Wet 1 83d street ... 10-40 P.M.
I ,r, one way, $'-'. M md trip. S3. 6".
nayllghl Bet . , Sundays
lea. In, I'ler IS, S. lt SIM A. M..
W..I ISl It., 1" 00 A M.
Tourist Anln Hs'e. Si..i sn4 SIS.SS
r ,7 -" snd ,1.1 rn-in.l trip.
I I I SI'RIM) !M00.
Eastern Steamship Lines
M tSftM HI HKI1S and HIAkl K 1111 I
Lve Pter Is, N K . fool Nt irra . every
day ;. P m Hue Rnatos svboul s a. Si
same aervtcs retornlns i neurnneeed
racilillca Tor eSpedltkwu hanilllnar. of Asto
mohtk s. Horses nt id Krt iiht Kspree
Maine Htenmshlp IJne
NOKIII I AMI snd Mllllll ST a H
l.ve I'ter lit N It . Tm , Thurs and
Sate.. P M ; Mona, iu :iu a. M,
Tkts and Informs-Ion nr Piers, slsn af all
Toiirii anl N Transfer I "o i tntrs.
The p hlC be pleased
is ii,.,- and Ball mil n iitir SA.411
PROVIDENCE BE $1.75
iom mi 1 tin- at. in.
Kirs' -1 1 t serxi'e cati ri tne tit the heat pspnls,
itk das and Sundays nt A:80 P, M mnn
Pim 19 N K. root eat Houston St H
Out tide Kooms. ai mi to S8.00. Wlreleaa
equipment, uptown Office, Hronilwuy and
;-1 Bt Phone Sprln 1MU1.
tulan 11. 1. lies , t.rrle.l : capa.itv M oara,
ThlsMlmite Ml Jerar; Cnaal Kcaorta
l.vs Dall) 11 While- l.vs vtlaiiii.'iitviiiiiiuls
hill sit neat tottmith 11 1, M sp M
IVriy II- l ,a' M rT.-l . Ilr.u.,1 1 ,"',, r siss.
I r.iins .ind I ri.ll,- s tn all 4 ..t.si BeeortS
Pssas'tlKer capacity . I . tr i,, i.t.vi.
S. S. "MANDALAY"
i 1 1 sim, iitii-s. s,-,. tmiiarmenl Poltimn
Tcts Pier, Morn la OH, Broad iT'i-iji.t
Knlshtai'ntumbua lis, lllgbland Falla.Bept Iii
M NH I IAN
$1.00 TO ALBANY
at nanier i. ilally. Pirn .19 Ntntii River ront
w . si II oust on si . ' .nt P West l S at si
fl P, M Tclcih.itle SatSO spnim.
50 YACHT TRIP 75c
10 30A M. "v SS 2 30 P.M.
VACHT CLIFTON LtSVtl POOrWIST 4 Snd SI
Eorirriins 1 ii. Sleat Raetna .st-t .v kud iuea44'l
Tal. lirjsnt MIS. i -t.ier id all it ,- a Tit. utoa
Sight -Seeing Yachls
Lvf, Qettery Wei hi an i at Tel Uroad SS7.1
i -i stvin ii, Mil. and iii,- (i, i i ti. I'm
"IIV 1FI Polalj Waahlnaton T.,nrs
DI (.n Kepi 11, .' ,. net. ti, :j:t. Bend
&IHMn" Itinerary. MAKBTeiiB
L1HU vtiti Broadway, N t it.
AUTOMOIIII.K -I l I'l las.
Nsa riepnrture.servleeMta. I'll. U e llllatn Co
J r,s w ft Bl stB'wayi. Tal. 111,1 Oolumbua
I tl.EB ll l 1 THIN.
KAiRIBII BISR.V, aula on Knits at
Km-keri. . h.-r Bioraa,, Auctioneer l.
PHKMSHi n A. U, Tu.eday, Bcpt, ;.
BiaMnUNB AMI mi i i in., si.
oartiSii i mi iitsin pastas
tMKBH tv lilt ivi n.
Ti.e annual mceilna ' ii,e stockhnldera
ar Hie oxford Cnlverali) l i e-. Anierlr.n
Brati.-h, ia III i hetS si lha niiai'lnal rn,
.,f Hie t'ompany, No. Ss -s:. w. t ,ja
etr, ,-i in iii, it, ,r,, unit o Manhai an. riiy
al , Vik oti iii,, llai ,ii) r Bept.'tiih. r
in.,, ii . leven o'clock In ihr Surem f,.r
ti.a ,iecilo , f Sireviurs and Hie tranaac
Ut BUS IS may proa.
' Ht I I" L.ro the in. e
W Mi INTtiaH, Seereiart,
Dated, Au,uai i. i;,is.
DtrmP BBA llsiiiNti sin. "Tat'RIa.H
Dstly at S A. M. from Pier I.N iiV
I F t" F. W. I2IITII sr. P: in, in In
Mi! IS 10. 2 00, 3 00, 4 :(10. .', Oil ii
" 40 A,
PIP.S I, NOSTH RtVRBj 10-10. II i wi
ia:9S, 1:23, 2 4.V 3 I.".. 4 16,8 1.1 . IHI.a , U
meet. le. base, Coney Island I'J u.i
3:1.-,. 4.4.1. ft LI. II S S3, , (A, n , . ;'
ROCK A WAY BEACH
r "GRAND REPLBL2 V
lAeionwrr.s., , , - , -r, . .-..p. j, v , .
Icr I. U.K. .Ill . It... ..... ,. .,.)
MASON CLOBBB SI PI. I'itH.
Stl. "HI6HLAN0ER' mJSSSl
Weekdays a H.i..d.ys l.vs. UalLcry ,,7
t. 3d St. t" 41. Yonkers In 4', A 'J
Sir. MART POWELL , Str. Nt
WrekdaysOiily Hund'ysA ,i. i, i
l.ve W . Sitdot. iti 20, W .' .,ih si in ,j. V,
hound Trip, Daily. r,o,t. Children. A
ruDaar iiH,.,..j,, f.HT. . ninireti Mi,
M. A, I ISI I IM II I . .. Tel llr,. Sj
a Mary I'uwell at'h'l ( u. Tel. Hpnuui
tlM Hast ami I rotlej .'..
Hnnestrr.a.iptlJ'rn!!!!! . .i- T nn
Ml tM,ltlMK, I.OO, SI.JMl nn.t (in
iiiir . intituling.- Sunday, v, i '
Kroin I'ler tu. K. It. 'Phone y0n h'.r.fian
fltj 'rick- otticc, 2tMi Hmadwi v'
I n tow ii Ticket Office, Irwo ... ; ,j ci
IV Hie for Ml unrated F($ltin
Froni New I'mr SO, I.. ' Klvef t ,,f p't
Sllp.dall) lotrept Sunday , ,t M' r.wt'oaaa)
ti, ut Slver landings. Write for summer folder"
Tours to IhU d 'ieThtfyj
pCSSB He-s..r- l i , n
rt-TcH H H '.' , n.ti.ii m"
mciuiutiir I .
h"ic(H ilriTey fiituv
4ii i inensi
Tnur. n Dies,
I icki snn i . r
THUS. COOK &. SON
MA B'wajr (ppp, i uy Hall lurin
Ui li;h Af. 'tr. StHh t.i
rSt.l FlflS Ave. C'nr. tflttl t
Sosi Hrn.vlvitv i('ir. TSd Bt l
A Grand Vacation Cruise
No Heat, No Hay Fever
tvtia) In Inter t. rove 'v, a H hfal'tfu-sl ts
Kurnp4?an erulM VlsJUng HALIFAX. S -i N-esta,
ths lanrl nf KTsnsjvilM, ,'iil .s '" JOHNS, Sn;imm
land, tin- Nor ay uf Aiaanta. lie iha
Red Cross Line
New tnnriMt steam-hips. :;Tll'fMNO and FT,nnT7sjSj
iited wih every ssnvsn snes ai.d aatatj devies, r4jj
of t rip im luiles r'erv ssser . , ciproae. 7 dart st sea
a i 1 in f rt l -. ..r- ,.r- .,-rwT
Ann1 Is your r-.nu- for tnd tui.re ti n. Wr.te l- la for
illuBtrstvi bonkiet w,(
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Under th American Flag
N.Y. Liverpool. Pier 62.N.R., Noon
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White Star Line
N.Y. Liverpool, Pier 60.N.R., Noon
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