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THE SUN, MONDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1916.
BISHOP BRENT ASKS
FOR CHURCH UNITY
All St. Louis Episcopal Pulpits
Filled liy Clergy Attend
DIVORCE DEBATE ECHOES
Denn WIHInm M. Orosvcnor
"Converted" to Proposed
Clinngc In Cnnon.
Ft. fot!is. Oct. IS. Clergymen attend-
trig the General Convention of the Protes-
. , . . .. .I, u,
tant i:pltconnl Church occupied all the
Kplscop.il church pulpits of St. Louis f&-
day and many others preached to eongre-
Church Cathedrnl the IllKht Rev. Charles J
H. Hrcnt, Ulshop of tho Philippines,
m.A. i in effect wax a nlea for
"Heresies nnd Isms began," he said,
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part of all people to the whole truth and
for a "fearless study 01 any iruui mai
may not bo prevalent in our own
He spoke of the nomnn Catholic doc-
trine, with the Invocation of the saints
and the prayers for the dead, and saldi
that a leading Canadian aicmoaisi .pis- i
copal minister had told him that as a
result of the war thousands of Metho
dists In the Dominion have been praying
for the dead, an Innovation for that de
nomination. "It would do us no harm to study
other creeds," he said, "with a view to
adopting the things worth while for our
elves." Echoes of the debate yesterday on
the proposed divorce canon are still
I'urru ulTuit. v. 1 1 u 1 1 mi blii,
heard. Although the fight on the floor
for the proposed Innovation was led by
the nev. Lelghton Parks of New York
mA k. . "..i,i. , nw n,
Baps the most spirited objections were
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"If you pass this law there are men
In the Church who will defy It and
take the consequences," he said. "I
should favor this resolution If It were
merely a question of legislating for the
Dr. Parks said nothing could be gained
by retention of tho present canon "ex
cept perpetuation of chaos and fraud."
He urged that the passage of the reso
lution was necessary to protect children.
"In this corrupt generation let us go
n record as setting the standards of
our Church In accord with the Ideals
f Christ." he said.
Dean William M. Orosvenor of New
Tork said that previously he had opposed
the change, but that he had been "con
verted." "To-day we have reached the
point where the Church, standing before
the great American public, has got to
atop qulbbllnc." he said. "Let's cling
to our Ideals ami adopt this resolu
tion." SRIVES MOTOR FOR LAST TIME.
Dr. Dattrrlrr Itralsnrilly Await
Ainpntmlnn of Ills Hand.
Apparently not In Ihc least concerned
over the fact that he Is about to undergo
the nmputatlon of u part of his right
hand because of a cancerous growth
caused by X-ray burns. Dr. Francis La ,
Roy Satterlee. Jr.. tok a spin In his auto
mobile yesterday and drove the car him-1
self. He appeared to he In a cheerful ,
mood at his home, 216 Percy street,
If the' result of the operation, which
probably will be performed at the Flush-!
Ing Hospital to-morrow, discloses the
fact that the amputation of the hand at
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ine wriri win ne necessary ur. sauer- ,
Ice will be unable longer to Indulge In
one or nis fuvonte sports, driving his
.t innrtn. r-.r I
NIJINSKY NOT TO APPEAR.
pralnril Anklr Will Prevent
From DanclnR To-nlht.
Waslav NlJInsky, leading dancer of
the Serge de Dlughlleff Ballet Itusse,
will not appear at the season's premiere
t the Manhattan Opera House this
venlng and will probably not dance
until Wednesday or Thursday of. this
week, owing to a sprained ankle. He
received the Injury a short time ago
while reheaslng one of tho new ballets.
61nce the accident he has been under
the treatment of his physicians. '
For the first time In America, as far
s can be learned, "Lo Coq d'Or," Rlm
akl Korsakov! composition, which was
produced as a ballet In Paris, will be
played by tho orchestra to-night, with
Pierre Monteux conducting.
Following the first ballet, "Les Syl
phldes," "La Coq d'Or" will bo played
In the Intermission between that ballet
and the following one, "Sadko," which ,
has Its American premiere to-night
With Its originator. Adolph Blom, In the
leading part at Sadko, Mile. Doris as
sisting him, the new undersea ballet will
also bo danced to ntmskl Korsakov's
"La Spectre de la Rose," Von Weber's
fantasy, with Alexander Gavrllow and
Lydla Lopokowa, will be followed by
"Scheherazade," Ilakst's dramatic spec
tacle, with Adolph Holm and Flore Be
alles In the leading roles, I
"Paplllons," dances to the music of
Frederic Chopin and 'nobert Schumann,
will have Its American premiere on i
NAZTMOVA TO BE MANAGER.
Actress Plana to Present Several
New Plays Here. i
Mme. Alia Nazlmova has announced
she will make ner debut h an actress-'
mnnagcr, having completed arrange-1
ments for an Interesting New York sea
son of dramatic plays, Her New Vork
fcason, which will bo preceded by a pre-,
llmlnnry tour, will be called the
Nn&lmnvn seuson, ihe has surrounded
herself with u company of players who
nre ulreHily rehearsing under her dlrec
tlon. Kbo plans to present three, and
possibly four, works which havo not
teen seen before In New York. I
Tho Nazlmova season will open with .
the premiere of " 'Oeptlon Shoals" by
Austin Adams, nn American dramatist,
who wrote "(Jod nnd Co.," which was 1
successfully presented last season under1
the .utuploes of the Btagei Hoclety of
New York. Other plays Include "The
Price of Life," a drama which Is now 1
' In the nineteenth year of Its popularity
In Itusslii, nnd "The Knlry Tale," by
Ir. Arthur .Schnlliler. In addition to
these plr.crs the actress announces re
vivals of her best Ibsen successes.
Clifford F. F'emhor, heretofore at
tached tn the Toy Theatre, Huston, has
been commissioned to design the scenery
for "'Option Hhoals" and some of the
To-day Snprrrae Court Derision Day
WASHiNnTON, Oct. 15. Few opinions I
are expected from the Supreme Ourt '
to-morrow, the find decision day of tho I
present session. It was reported to
ntght that only miscellaneous orders '
Tiii """"unred and no Important I
Octjiir ii nsnoea down until
POISONED FISH KILLS 2,
IMPERILS 3, IN JAMAICA
Family Stricken After Eating
Cod Steak? Ptomaines,
Codfish purchased from a dealer who
has recently opened a small fish store In
Jamaica, Queens, cauied the deaths there
yesterday of two persona and the serious
illness of three others, all In the same
Those killed by the fish, accordlnr to
the theory of Coroner Daniel M. Ebert
and the police, were Mrs. Helen Hoehen
feld. 62 years old. and her son, Hani, 21,
of 197 Globe avenue.
Mrs. Harriet- SutcllfY, a trained nurse,
who la Mrs. Hoehenfeld'a dauithter ; Wal
ter Sutclirr, a marine engineer, the
nurses nuananti, and Miss Margaret
"lX !h" .du,"tl,1 w ?che,r
O' uorman In the Hushwlck H h School,
nrooWyn( were mB(!e , by pa",ak,nr of"
tho flth. Miss Hoehenfeld la In a serious
condition In St Mary's Hospital, Ja-
Ho.h,f.td purchased the cod. In
tn form of Btenk8i ,a,t Frldayi Bho
served It to tho members of the house-
bold for subper.
coroners t-nysician wiuiam ii. ixam
mack, after a post-mortem examination
of the bodies, said there was no doubt
3 PLATS AT THE PORTMANTEAU.
Work of Lord Dnn.any to lie Ihons
The special matinee engagement of
the Portmanteau Theatre at the Thirty
ninth Street Theatre, beginning Novem
ber 27, will Introduce three plays by
Lord Dunsany, on which the Portman
teau organisation controls the American
rights. Thise are 'The Golden Doom."
"King Arglmens and the Unknown War
rior" and 'The Gods of the Mountain."
This special matinee engagement will
not Interfere with the regular play at the
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Janney announce fourteen plays In all
for this special engagement here. The
ramn U t renertnlre Include "Th I.ndv
of the Weeping Willow Tree," a Jupa-
ne.e legend play In three acts by Stuart
walker; 'TTie crier Dy Night, a one
act tragedy by Gordon Bottomley; "The
Birthday of the Infanta." In one act,
dramatised from the story by Oscar
Wilde, and three thumbnail sketches,
'The Medicine Show," 'The Very Naked
Boy" and 'The Flame Man." A group
of children's plays will be presented on
Saturdays and holiday mornings.
THEY SING AS 25 YEARS AGO.
Founder Damrosch Honor Gneat of
People's Choral Union.
The People's Singing Classes and the
People's Choral Union had a reunion of
alumni last evening to celebrate their
twenty-fifth anniversary. The guest,
of honor was Dr. Frank Damrosch, thtlr
t founder. Two hundred voices united In
the old songs.
The reunion was held In the Workers
Amusement Club, 112 West 118th street,
and among the guests were Miss Anne
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Damrosch,
Mr. and Mrs. David Mannes, Edward G.
Marquard and Sarah L. Dunning. John
M. Goodale. first president of the Choral
Union, made a speech. Bronzo candela
bra were presented to Dr. Damrosch.
Arrivals yesterday by the American
liner St. Taul from Liverpool:
The Rer. Nicholas
Mrs. r. E. Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Jamei Guthrie Held.
Dr Etii Aorsli.
Mrs. L. L. Usrles.
e. c. Durham.
wtnthron L Rorert.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Mr. and Mrs
Dr. and Mfl
Dr. and Mrl. Millon Mrs. Klrby F Smith,
L. Hrrtejr MIm O. Strathlm
C. 11, llswrtt. Dunn.
Mrs F. D. Lawion Albert E. Watts
Johnston. Mrs. S. A. E. Whit a
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DR. MANNING SOUNDS
Calls on Bishops to Define
Episcopnl Relation to "One
ATTACKS LITANY CHANGE
Rector of Trinity Condemns
Proposed Revision of Book
of Common Prayer.
In his sermon yesterday morning In
.Trinity Church the nev. Dr. William T.
Manning, rector, urged that the House
of Bishops make a statement defining
the Episcopal Church and Its relation
to "the one Catholic and Apostolic
Coming from the leader of the High
Church party In the midst of the gen
eral convention of the denomination,
yesterday's sermon was looked upon as
a battle cry to be taken up In St Louis.
The Episcopalians who desire to
change tho prayer book wore condemned
by Dr. Manning. Tho editors of tho
Otifloofc. who have been conducting a
discussion of ecclesiastical Issues and
luive accused Dr. Manning of presump
tion In hts campaign for church unity,
also were scored.
Dr. Manning's text was from St.
Matthew, xvl.. IS. "Upon this rock I
will build my church."
"Theru are many Important matters
to come before this convention," he
said, "but In my judgment the one
great and all Important tlilnir Is that
o&r bishops, to whom we properly look
as our spiritual leaders and fathers. I
should give us n clear, ringing and un- tor was piqued by the offer of the Itoch- 1
mlstakable declaration as to what tho . manlnov and Debuesy compositions.
Episcopal Church Is. what Is Its rela- Tho Ilusslan's music left one lost In
tlon to,the'one Catholic and Apostolic wonder that Mr. Oans had devoted sn
Church founded In this world by our i mucn patient study to It. It had Its
Lord himself, and why do we, who are moments of beauty, to be sure, but on ,
baptised members of this church, owe , the Whole It seemed uncertain nnd dls
It our allegiance, our loyalty and our Jointed.
iovo. i Know inai you wno arc nerr
this morning, and all Well Instructed ,
people of the church, nre quite prepared
to give the answer to that question. It
H quite clear that the prayer bonk
gives us that answer."
AnSTrrra Own Question.
After pointing out that the Anglican
communion also supplies tho answer,
Dr. Manning went on:
"But there are those In the church
who are not well Instructed. There
are those even In high places who seem
to have little realization of what It Is
the prayer book contains and why It
contains It. These nre days of mu?h
confusion of mind In religious matters.
Many good people, through no fault
of their own, but through the failure
of the church's leaders to speak clearly,
are groping In the mists without guid
ance and are sadly astray. Because
of all this, because nf certain disinte
grating Influences within our own com
munion, I pray that our bishops will
"There are only two possible theories
as to what the church Is. Klther our
Lord Himself founded the church In this
world to be His representative and wit
ness, and It has hts authority to minis
ter and teach In His name, or else our
Lord founded no church, but left Ills
disciples free to form churches accord
ing to their own notions as they might
see fit In which case the church has
no divine character and no divine au
thority. This teaching has his support
of almost the whole of the Protestant
Other Issues Discussed.
Dr. Manning referred to an article In
the Oufloofc In which denial wrh made
of the divine origin of the church.
"If, as these brethren say, our Lord
did not found the church, we have no
sure guidance. As the Outlook says, one
man's guess Is no better than any other
man's, and thus we have the destruction
nnd disintegration of faith which we see
In the Christian world to-day. We
have a churchman to-day asserting to us
in print that the prayer book which he
uses and the creed which he repeats at
136 West 52nd Street
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every servlcs are contrary to truth and
"Now, there Is absolutely no sort of
doubt as to what the position of this
church Is. Our whole faith, our whole
worship, every teaching of our faith, Is
based and built up on tho statement 'I
bellevo In the Holy Catholic Church,"
We cannot make too clear this glorious,
fundamental underlying basic truth of
Other Issues before the convention In
St. Louis were discussed by Dr. Man
ning. Ho saldi
"I am sorry the convention did not
pas's tho canon absolutely forbidding
under all circumstances the remarriage
by the church of those who have a hus
band or wife still living. But It filled
only by the closest of votes and the
next convention will pass It."
Dr, Manning expressed hope that the
convention will not remove the word
obey from tho marrlago service, and also
that the delegates would not yield to ,
the "self-confidence and lack of true
self-knowledge of those who would mu
tilate the majestic opening clauses of i
our litany so as to avoid acknowledging '
ourselves miserable sinners In the sight I
and presence of Ood." 1
RUDOLF GANZ GIVES
FIRST PIANO RECITAL
Impressionistic Color Schemes'
m nil itnrruiict; iu -nr. iita-
wick Interest Audience.
Tludolf nans, nlanlst. gave his first
recital of the present season yesterday r
afternoon In Aeolian Hall. He had pre-
pared for the delectation of his hearers
a programme not at all conventional.
It began with Schumann's "Faschlns- I
schwank." seldom performed now, and
continued with Bachmanlnov's second .
sonata, II flat minor, opus 36,
There followed six preludes of De. 1
bussv. two Chnnln nocturnes and two
tj nli Th mrinsltv nf the nnill-
Tho Debussy studies In tonal efrocta '
and nntterns were Interesting. ftome-
thing, It seems. Is still to be done with
"Ood Save the King," for Debussy has
treated Its first phrase thematlcally In
his "Homage to Pickwick." Tho last
prelude, "I'eu d'Artlflre," gave Mr. Ganz
opportunity to play gllssandl In several
There was a good audience and Its
applause was of the first order. Mr.
Oanz had worked hard on his pro
gramme, nnd he displayed remarkable
virtuosity In the Debussy music. But
somehow much or tneeo impressionistic
compositions vanishes when memory
strives to recall their charm.
EDDY BROWN'S RECITAL.
N'evr Editions of Old Masters Kn-
llrrn Pros-rnmme In Carnegie Hall.
Hddy llrown. violinist, gave n rclt.il
yesterday afternoon In Carnegie Hal!
He played Itode's H flat concerto as re.
arranged by Sam Krnnko, nnd a!io .
Heethoven's "Kreuxer" sonata. Mr. j
llrown has edited one of Penallle's sara
h.tndes and pastorales and he played ,
this too. Senallle died In Paris In lT.'.O, ,
He. left numerous volumes of sonatas for
violin nnd hasa In Imitation of the Cor
till nyle. It Is Important that XIr.
llrnwn should edit him. 1
. He also played his edition of a I'ag-
anlnl caprice. Yet raganlnl was n con
siderable violinist. However, Mr. Uronn
Is quite young. He may outgrow the
hazardous desire to restore antiques.
For tho rest It may be said that he Is a
very clever young vlollnst and appar
ently people like to hear him.
TWO SOLOISTS AT MANHATTAN.
VI me. I.eglnaka nnd Thro Knrlr
Appenr at I'opulnr Concert.
Mme. Kthel I.eglnskn, pianist, and
Then Karlc, tenor, were the soloists at
the concert In the Manhattan Opera
House last night In connection with the
orchestra conducted by Oscar Sptrescu
'Mr. Karle sang "Celeste Alda" and nn
Plus a few small
rla from "Pagllaocl." M,m. Leglnska
played u set of three studies from
Chopin and the Llsit rhapsody No. 8.
The orchestra played the overture from
"Mlgnon" and a series of Hungarian
dnnces by Brahms In addition to a num
ber of other selections. An unusually
large audience for a Sunday night con
cert was present nnd applauded the solo
ists and the orchestra.
Oscar Hammerstcln will conduct a
new symphonic waits of his own com
position next Sunday night In the opera
house. Percy Uralnger, pianist, will be
New York, October 13th, 1916.
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life and accident insurance under the group contract
aforesaid without medical examination, provided he shall
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From this you will perceive that If you desire to continue the policies
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pany and get the new terms from them.
If your Union, that Is, "The Amalgamated Society of Street and
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longer. Therefore, if you wish your families to have the benefit of this
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it up, and although you have seen fit. without any reason, to part com
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Klnderssrtea to CoIIms. nraduatns In
leadlns OoMtirra. nymnaalum and Ttnali.
Catalogue. 423 Weal !48th HtreeU
Tnr. RROWN SCHOOL OF TlTTORIVO,
241 W, 7Bth Htreet. Tel. t'olumbui SHt.
One at a time with teacher, nnlr rnolngt
il teacblns pupil how to study,
HAMILTON INSTITl'TIl mil r.ltlt.S.
Hlverslde Drive and with Ctri'et. New Vorl
rlty. a thoniughir eoulppei!. lonit eitab
llshed achool. Health afi'inianled.
OUTIIOOB 8rilOOI primary and
kindergarten for children .1 to 10 years: ad.
vantages of private tutoring. ANNA K,
C1IAIHEH, I'rln., 42 W. 7tUh fit.
The Hchool Where Iteeords Ar. Mad.
. .Learn lo Conreiitrata.
Clark Neh.ol for Conrenlratlon.
ttBWett 73th St., N. Y. V. lei. 744 Col.
ETHICAL CULTURE HCIinoi,
Central Park Wivit and HI ity. third jttrsi
From Klinlergarten to nllnge.
(rhnol opens nu Oct. lUltt. (
TniR IIIHtiCTOBY APt-KAItS 14 411, Y
at HUNHAY. RATES! ON HEQl'EST.
SHE CIIOOL. OOLLEOE AND OA Ml
OKKAV. N. Y. SUN. N. Y. 1)1 fY.
Steamship Arrivals and Departures Outgoing
Foreign Mails The Fire Record.
Tor eattrrn New Vork, local rain; to-dsyi
fair and cooler to-morrowi moderate soum
et to west winds. .,.- ..4
For New Jemey. rain to-day: cooler ana
probably fair to-morrow; moderate soutn
eat winds, becoming variable. .
For northern New England, local ram
to-day or to-night probably lulr and cooler
lo-morrowj moderate to Iresh southwest
WlKor"'soulhern New England, local rains to
day; fslr nnd cooler to-morrow! moderate
oulhweit tn west winds.
NHW VOIIK. Oct.
I ritorni or moueraie nunti.,.
Hani over the northern section or the isae
regions yesterday and another and more
xeivre Sturm wss pimlng Into the nortn
Atlantic Ocean. These, In combination IUi
.an area of high prennuro central over ine
mlddlo Atlantic States, caused high off
I shore winds along ths middle Atlantic and
.New England coiuts. The tropical storm
' nai somewhere In the Gulf south of Hor-
i.i. -.. I. .niuh khnulil exercise
camion south of llattrras.
HhoMers premlltd In the Ohio and Ten
ntaste t alleys, In parts of tho Southwest
and In southern Florida. Hlsewhere gen
erally fair weather prevailed. It was cooler
In the Atlantic Slates and warmer west of
the Alleghany Mountains, except It was
lii,rnmlnir rnffr In flip Northwest.
In this city the day was fair, with
slight changes of temperature: winds fresh
l.nH I.M-U biiiii h-rti-; al.ram humidity.
1 7 per cent.: barometer, corrected lo read
tn tea level, it I A, M 30.13: 3 I. M.,
I I A. M.
Ylnl direction W.
Wind velocity 23
I P. M
The temtifrnture In this city yesterday,
m recorded by the official thermometer. Is
1 1 S 1U1S.
9 A. M....47
l: M t.7
cs p. M....H
73 r. M....55
3 I'. M....39
I'. M....i'J 70 1 -tllQ o
llleh'ft temperature, 69, at 3 1. M.
l.nwe.t temperature, 41, at t A- M,
The Frederlk VIII. Mlllnc on Wednesday
for Chrlsilsnla via Kirkwall, will lake malt
for Norway, Sweden. Denmark. Htisula, Oer
many, AiiMria. Hunrary, Luxemburg. Dul
rnrla, Serbia and Turkey. Mails close at
m A M , supplementary malls at It o'clock.
The CVflrle. naillnr for l.lveenool on Thurs
day, will take mall up to s:si A M "tipple
mentary 10 A. M for (irrat llrltsln, Ireland
.ami South Africa. AIo II will sccept malt
for all countries except thote with which
Knrland l. at war.
' The Ilrmliim. falling on Friday for Rotter
dam, until t:M A. M. will take mall for the
The I'atrts. sailing for Pirn-m on Frldsy.
Mil tske mall for (ilbraltsr and dreece.
Mailt clone at noon
The Due d'AoMa, Mlllnr for Oenoa on
1 i.uurd.iy, will take mill for Gibraltar. Italy.
Switzerland and tireere Mails close at :
A M , upnlrmrnttiry nt 11 A. M
I The St. Paul, .tlltnr on .Saturday for Liver
pool, will lake mall for all of Europe save
I the Netherlands Norway. Sweden and the
1 rountrle allied with the Central Powers.
Mali, elo.e at CM A M.. supplementary at
lo A M
The I.afarette, ealllnr for Bordeaux on Sat
urday, will lake mill for France. Swltrer
land. Italy. Spain. Portural. Erypt. Greece.
Irttlh India. Ilrltlh E.nt Africa. Slam.
Malta, Gibraltar. Ceylon. Straits Settlements.
I natch East Indle. Went Au.tralls and Persia.
Miju clone at noon, iiipplemcntary at 1:30
The Orduna. salllnr o Saturdaj'for Liver
pool, will tike mall, for Great llrltsln. Ire
land. IMrlum, ltuia -and South Africa.
Ml! cloie at 1:30 P. M supplcmentsry at
Hong Rons: and aperlallv adilrea.ed mnll
for the Netherlnnds. Kast Indlea, xla yan
Pranclsen pir steamahlii Arskan, cloae at
:JD P M, to-day.
Hawaii, ta Hnn Pranetieo per steamship
ManoH, rlo nt 11130 P. M. Octotitr 19.
K1J1 lalamla. New Zealand and Australia
(except Weati, xla Vancouver nnd Victoria.
II , per steamship Niagara, cloae at U0
P M. October :0.
, ,, . Damage.
-fi H. 3!d st.; Kupfer nroa. . .TrlflltiK
Hi Mh at.; Lamport A
r.l: i:. 0th at.; Charles
ltosenbrrg . . .1250
V. lj;th at,; owner un
ins Wllllum at.; William Zlna
Mn.holu av. and Hroadway,
The llronx; John ZaKr ,..115
Poot nf w. 47th M.; Depart
ment of Street Cleaning. ..Trlfllnc
:il i:. SSth at.: John Decker. .Trifling
llrmdwnv and !3th et The
Dronx; Theodore Duhrh'lmer. t!.00
tn stn st ; Solomon AM.ntt Trilling
14 Allen t,; Alexander Lend-
llnhart nnd Il.ilsley as, The
llronx; Lewis Chlotta Trlfllnc
s 1 '.
5!S W. 45th st.; Mrs WIlllams.Trlfllng
-Droadwn and 107th St.; Paul
It. Zorf Trifling
111 t unnon st.i Siniuel
-133J llrnok nv., The Bronx.
i:ilas Dotirler Trifling
-Ilk V.. 74th rt ; William
1H( :d av.; At,e KhIz Trifling
-558 w. 141st t,; John
-5 H. Tremont nv., The llronx;
Mary Meyer oo
W. 14th St.; Herman
-lose, 7th av.; Oppenhelmer A
l.'j,nlf.r. -.V.-L Trifling
-335 i:. lC7th st.; Intrrnham
Iteslty Co .. . Trifling
-Clmrles and nrlck sts. , owner
47 Brooms et., .Mlnskv Realtv
' , Trifling
Northwest corner 1 27th st and
1st av.: lngrahain Itealtv
Co . Trifling
rieihitne t.: National Dli-
rnlt Co Trifling
-133 i: U7th et.: owner tin-
-.'.is n 1.13,1 st., The Bronx:
Anion lie.,, Trifling
-31', w est i , owner unknown TrlMlne
7f P. lMst st . The Bronx:
Morris Oondros Trlfllnc
" 'liir'.,ian Trifling
re V. 17.1 1 t ; Tim nrnnx:
Jaseph CI7 . , 150,0(11
"H I'll lllitw eM a.. Tlin Itrnt.v
lolin y- n.k Trifling
si,i:h IIV AUCTION.
Fifth Avinu Auotion Rooms, Ino.
333-341 I'ourlli Ae., S. R. Cor. :5th St.,
NOW ON I'.XIIIIHTIOX.
I Henry A. Ilartmun. Au tloneer.
Consolidated Snlo .No. 163 by Auction of
The Provident Loan Society
of New York
of the collnter.il for unpaid loans made
preUous to and Including Juno 30, 1915,
at the following iiftlcra:
IHC I'mirlli Atenue.
Loans to No. i res Inrluslve
1K(I Lldrldge Mreet.
, Ioana to No. 136Si5 Ineluslva.
13(1 Seventh Atemie.
Loans to No. 12070 Inrluslve.
, ISIth M. ami Islington Av..
Lonna to No. 9757 Inrlualte.
I ton (irnnd Street.
I Leant tn Nn. 109353 Inelnshe,
ISO Knsl ltd Mreet.
Loans to No, 14023 Inclusive.
S'.'.'l I'.o-I llniialiin street,
l.nnns in No, If5sai Inclusive,
ItHlli M, and Oniirtlundl Ave., Ilroni.
Loons in No MH3 Inclusive.
Smith and I.Mng.tnu st.., Brooklrn.
Loin, to No, 440 inclusive,
21 (iriilmm Atrnne, Brooklyn.
I nuns m ,sn I, .mi inclusive,
PIII.I11 and Borkiinny Aes llrnoklvn.
I Loans tn No. 275111 Inrlnslvs.
To he held Wedmsday and Thuradar
October IK and in, 19U. from U A. u!
Also to te aold on
rrtday, ict :0, I'JIC, from 10 A. M
Clothlnc and Furs
I Ths colliitenii fur unpaid loins made at
the alme nflieea previous tn anil Includln
Aug, 31, I f 1 ... nn exhibition dillv from
Momtny ( t IC until hoor of snle.
I IH'SINKss t'llNt'F.S.
.MAM J ACTl IILIts- AliP.NTS In western
New tork desire u few additional amounts
of manufacturers or Importers, W. N.. box
IIS Bun elHc.,
Halted States Conjt and Gemletlc Purm
StBnilnrd Time, '
oanrlie :MAM Sun net C:i;pi
Moon men ms I' M
IHOIt WATER THIS HAY,
Sindy nook. 10:48 A M One, Inland..!! u
Hell (isle 1:35 A M M
LOW WAT!.!! THIS IIAV.
Sandy Honk., 4:3 A M Cot. Island,,: 31 I ,
Hell Gate 7. II A.M - A M
ARRIVED SUNDAY, October 15.
Sa St. Paul, IMO A. M., t,lieiHv,, (),- j
Bs Venezla, 11 P, M., Saluidnr, IIi.-i1i.ILIi
Sa Strathtorne, l!:Sn P, M, Hnrre, SeM
H Nrlsnd, 2:M P. M. Mldie.,rn. ,i u
SsErey. 3:41 A. M., Cardiff, Oct. l
Ss Hannam, 9 A M Kieelown. sept ;i
SaSekttant, t:K A. M . Mnntieal, Oct :
8s Ilermtldlsn. I!) P. M ll.imuu. Oct '.1
St Knperanz. 1) P. M Havana, Oil l,
Ka Carrlllo, S P. M Puerto llartl, Oct. L
Kb Canonic, llontnn, Oct. II.
Ka El Cld, Oalrentnn, Oct .
Sa Inape, .lailnimrille, On. 13.
Sa Huron, .tark.i.ntllle, (let. 13.
Sa Veata. Ronton. Oct. 14.
Ha Delaware, PMIIndi Ihlilii, Oct, II.
Ss Marenro, Ronton, Oct. II,
SsMontano, Philadelphia, Oct II,
Sa Madlnnn, Norfnlk, (let 14,
Sa Vllle de Tamatate, Philadelphia (Vt, u
Hark Shespurven. Plymouth, Aui It.
ARRIVED PROM NEW YORK.
Si Philadelphia, at l.trerrool.
Sa Finland, at !,leriie,
Ss Imipanan, at Mobile.
Ss San Jacinto, at Key West.
Sa Arapshoe, at Jneknnnvllle.
Sa I.faefjnrd. at Philadelphia,
Da Santa Clara, st llaltlmnre.
RAILED FOR NEW YORK,
a Roehamheau. from Rnrdraux.
Sa Saratera, from Havana,
Si El Capitan, from Cristobal.
9a Eurymachua. from Sjn Franeiies,
S Apache, from Jseltnontllle,
SsCity of Naples, from llonton.
St P.ulflitie. from Norfolk
bs Vrontsdot, from Norfolk.
2 M I M
, i: oo m
City nt Columbns, Sa-
Sail To morrow.
RttTsnrerrn, naytl 1 W P M
Valdlrla, Valparaiso 4 .10 A M
Inn, Argentina 12 (4 It
Frederlk VIII., Copen
hagen 10 M A M
Rermudlan, llermnda ! oo A M
Philadelphia, San Juan... )S1A
Canllln. Klnrston t 00 A M
4 M P SI
12 M M
3 00 ! M
5 M P M
11 0 , M
1 M I' M
i: f M
12 M M
i m r m
I HoTle, Manebeater.,
San Marcos, Galrentnn
City cf St. I.oo!n, sa
vannah Sail Thursday.
Cedrle. Liverpool n 1" A M
Esperanza, navana 9 00 A M
Mexico, Havana ! na A M
Matura, Grrnada TWA M
Ryndam. Rotterdam S M A M
12 o M
12 00 M
12 OO I
10 Ol A M
1! " M
Oranle Nan.au. llaytl.... 1: 30 P M
San liloriiln. Nnplt'
Patrln, Piraeus 13 no t
Canadian, St, Thomas 12 W M
Hue Tn d ty
Veendyk I'.w- Town
Oueen Mary lnrd-.niT
M.inhatlan London .
Irn.iuols London .. .
Mexico 1 1 .s v ma ..
Orduna Lnerpool .
Lafayette llnn'e.mx .
Vaeuum London ...
Cacique HnrdeailT .
llrazos Vui Jinn..
Tenwlores llavnni ..
Comus New Orleans
El Mundo riali-lon
Due To inortow
Dnlted Plates lrUw ill
Stephen B. Jones M I. i
Suratoia H ri
City of St Lnnls
, . ..ILi'veslon
. .. vavv'f
. ...Cri.tnhil .
.. .Kit'.-.' .
. . . .leni T1 .
... Ne or- y.
Protein .. ..
City ot Montrrsierv.
P ,r 'oin .
Kl Oriente liaiicmu .
Lapland - Liverpool
Minerva m-t- nlim " '
Mnntlwoc iiihraltsr . "'
llolheln I (erpool
Mlmer Cur 110.1 "
Incoming teel B ttlrelr.
ps HymUtn. lutier Mm, 170 ni: s r n e(
.iudy Hook at goon v-trrdiy.
AKRIVA1S AT THE HOTELS.
Belmont Mr. nnd Mrs
and W. H Plunkell North A .
A M. l.Hwrvne,-. Chi i.g 1 M
Hiram C Todd. Saru',g . M
Hurt, Huston, II. M. t
MrAlpln J. 13 l.ntrnd, V" '
SpnMin. (lime I'iiHs. N t. n
PhlladelphU. I. A I'll..
Pi I . 13. H Jrwelf. l.oul
.Mis .1 I' Wilson. Ilci'" 1. '
I'lurldgi - Miss 13 M i ' 1
tlcorgf Wlnle. Phll.id, 1 Ii 1
llfrnard ilranvlll. I'liuui;.. .'
U Curran, Atliimlo t'ln
rit. Itrgli, Victor Unlit'' '
Mrs. T Amlirose 1" irk' . U - '
Jte.e c nnd .1. D I -lit' M f -
Blltinnre-Mr ami Mr- I II
C'azennvlu, Pa . Mr and M-- H
London; 43. J. and Mi- 1
Manhattan C. II nnd
BithUhrin. v. ; 1, C l. n- 1
W llorklng. Mlnio aP" 1
Krnncls King Alma. M ' '
ilni.it. P, troll
Valid, rldlt .1. Conw "
tuiiB 1". T ('iilliii.in II'
Wood)-. LoiiUxllli'. 1 1 "g 1
I ll.irni-s. K, noslui, Vi "
nlng, Pasadena. ul
Knlrki rhni'ki r Mr .u '
TtoM'e, tlerlanii: II ll.
S r.u use, II. D. Staph s. l v
Pl.is.i J II I'.'ittun, ' ' c
Trunin. B Trunin. Jr. an 1 M '
Haana; Miss lleli n I.' J " '
Netherland Mr nn I M'- W '
son, rhirago; 1' H M'Ufii' .n
phis: ll'nlr MeK-u -I- I.- 1
lleo-ge W Mi-Siiii .lr I '
IllU f'ailton . K I"
Ind . I'.f orge II i '
llonnrd nnd Mrs 131'lng t '
and Mrs I' I' II irnni'
Muri 11 1 1 1 1 1 l and Mi- "
f lo M and Mr. II111 h. - '
l'nttrr, tieorge s- Hi; ,n 1 r.
r l.liu'omh, Portland, M . J 1
Pailt Avenue -H 11 How In,'
H M. Brlttan, sannili. iPi'
cer, Sacramento, Cat . I. '.
Montgomrrv, Phllidelplil 1 , J 1
Msrkhum, N. V.
Wolcotl C. A. Hendler. It" t
Trlmlilo. Washington . Mi a'
It. ill. rook, T nl. ,!..; Hunt I
l.i'Xliigti.n, V.i . II ruint" it r
P HIl chain, TuiiJ.liai nn'li r.
(Irar.l -Tlioinii . r i'i in-
lis K,.tn. IKin.r m-h II I
Wastiliig'on lieorge M !' 1
ilf ,1 1'iininiinss llos- ,i.
I Ml perlril John I himtl, '
and Mr. W W Watson llos' 11
rlson, I1' Murra) London
Blrmlnsliam, Ala.; B, M. Jnliu.