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Hub Club Seeks Ouimet's Reinstatement as Amateur
THfe WEATHER FORECAST FOR
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW
THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25,- 1916.
Rod and Gun News
A P. S. A. L. SPORT
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0Tlli:i TIMELY GOSSIP
nirc.ctitatlV( of the Public Schools
Athletic League vote.l at their monthly
-resting In the Hoard of Education of-
?l fees )r tci'dny to resume a champion
I ihlp t.iri'liall tournament nmonc the
hlh schools of the greater city. In
1M thv liasi'lmll tournament as chani
j,!onlilp c.mjetltlri was dropped be
cause coniiuorolallrittlon made Itself np
jarrnt on certain teams.
From l . i mini linn Knson mc lour
r.,ment was singed as usual, but no ,
Ainvj.lom.hli. trophy was at stake.
Prior t.; JJepJP,l,,,,,1:
f '1, '.u .n .Z ir
vtrlou- prlncipa a In the city, and It was
found that the heads of the Institutions
voiced approval of the plan to resume
titular competition. A committee was
appointed which n til select officials to
govern the tournament. The commltteo
will make a report In December.
It also, was announced that the plan
to it.ige a water polo tournnment was
rilioountged. It was the consensus of
opinion that the sport was too strenuous
for the hoys "ho would take part In It.
.. tentative basketball schedule was
irnn up, the tournament to start on
ivtunkr 1, and will he brought to a
cioc on March IM. Following tho reru
lir competition n round robin tourney
will he staged. Fourteen schools will be
An entry of nine open events for the
ftuyvesanl High School meet In the
Jrenty-flrst Keglment Armory on De
cember l wan approved. Final arrange.
merit were made for the cross country
championship to he contested over the
three mile Van Cortiandt Park course
on the afternoon of December 9. The
Westchester schools, the evening- hlfh
school! and the senior national titular
rur.i also will be etniced over the same
teurje on tne same any.
.Mardonatd Hark at Paly Pre.
Ronald Macdonnld. who last year was
t Poly Prep football star, has returned
to the Livingston street Institution. He
mi out practising with the Blue and
White eleven vceterdar. Macdonald is
Mt In condition, but expects to break
Into the game within two weeks. It Is
likely that he will be placed at halfback.
In this event Harry O'Brien, last season
eirtaln of the Adelphl Academy eleven,
will move to a guard position, with
which he Is thoroughly familiar.
Barrlrser High School's football team
was dealt a hard blow yesterday when
S became known that Card. Noble and
Charley Hummel will leave the Instltu
ti.i in.dav. The tKivs will enter Beth-
!them Prep, an I soon will represent the
Pentisjlvunla hoho.il on tne sjriairvn.
if Both Noble and Hummel played aamir
illy this year for Harrlncer.
Brooklyn Prep llosort Tally.
James Tull. one of Brooklyn Prep's
rtir athletes, has been unanimously
lected eecretary of tho achool's debat
in club. Tully made quite a tarue for
Mmself last year und Is continuing his
ood vtork this i.ee.oii. Jimmy Is a One
Hseball player und aleo U at home on
tit bahketbeJll court.
Homer Haiet. fullback of the Rutgers
V'T'-n. has been assisting Coach Jones
' .. vAmw Crwithal!
t. , ; ,' 1 in,. n i l i . i . . - -
turn for the past wek. Hazel, a for
mer Montclalr student, has acquainted
hlmfelf with the weaknesses of the team
ind th Ikj)s have shown marked lm
srovemtnt. LATONIA RESULTS.
yirt Hac KIo and a half furlongs:
Tut. llu (I Gentry). IK.li). Il.: and
IS.I". uon. Polanna. 110 (Murphy). 14.3
il IS.:'), srrond; May Hi sr. 11 (Uuxton),
11.50, third. Yltne. 1:01 4-S. Carrie Louise.
U. lln.nett. Whits Htocklngs. Plunger,
Esg'Uh I-i.lc. All-e WeUenbach, Snawr,
ml lluth Wehle also ran
Pt ..! nce Hl furls..;1 Busy Joe, 101
ILouJer). i:t.10. l.:o Htid t.. won;
F'.eehtn It., llu (Ooon-i. I.40 and 14. sec
n&i Brlir. 103 (C.Huiit). I.t0. third.
Time. 1:13 3-5. Av.ry Trumbo, Ardsnt. M.
Ii.rt Tliurmn. Norilc. Alex Getx. Prim
Hirrr. Turi-o, Cliar le McUee. Owana and
Illl Willy also ran.
Thi.,i u... nn., mile- T.uclle P.. let
fW Lyke), II. SO. 13.10 and 13.40. 'on: Back-
I Aur, id; tMurpnyi, i&.-o anu n.i., ,
.... . .. t .. afcl..l Tim.
1:41 t i. lininenee. Honey Shuck, Trapper
ind May w. ulao ran.
Fourth lUc. Six furlongi: Chalmers,
It: (lluxtnnl. t5.40, 13.60 and 13.70. won;
llrtnihurst. 119 (Ooo). 13.40 and 33 70.
econd. Vogue, 111, lAnnressi, Si.iv, iniru.
Tint-, 1:13 1-5. Sparkler and rieetabello
Fifth Race Three-year-olds and upward:
parte tioo; one mile and .evenly sard si
Bl.cals Daw. 103 (Murphy). 113.30. tl,
3 TO, flrrt; McAdoo. 10 (Connelly). tt.iO,
II to, sc-oiid, Sun Hod. 7 (louder), 33.40.
hlrd. Time, 1:13 l-J. Tokay, Danerall .
ill Indolence nlj.i ran. (
, sixth Race For thr-e-year-oias ana up
.wari. eeiilnr: nurse tlOO: one mile and a
'I'.xleenth: Hill Sltnmnnt. 100 (Crump).
II 10. 31.30, I3.S0. tint; .Mmeda Turencs.
144 (llotg), 13.30. S3, second; Dehra, 17 )
.niicxieti, 13,40, tllira. iiine, i.s
Irp. Flr Degree, Hoy. Allan Oold. Re
qslr.m. Narmar, Janus Oakley, Santo and
fchool for Scandal alio ran.
Kav.ntYi IT. aaSar lhra..v,ir.Alfll aria
epwiM: selling; purie f 100: one mile and
! lunoni; rair lirient, ivi n-a.'i
117.40. tl to. 13.00. tint: Trojt Fir. tt
(Jtftcott), 125, 18.10. second; Lahore, 114 i
'(lulling), 13.70, third. Time, lilt l-. I
ir.j'irr. Krli Krlngls, l.ynn ana waierproot
Cnlnmhla rreahlea Haaered.
Mtmbsra of last vear'i freihman crew at
Columbia sere honored veaterdav bv elec-
Kia to 'he I'reivstert, an organisation of ,
men njn make their flrt freihman eight
:b yea". Ten mod were elected, Includ
"t Ibe manager, coxanalu und the eight
s nho made the eisht, Tho electloni
fo.les.; i. ,s .-.-nilelJ, '17. manager of the
1117 erta W. Neale. VV 11. Hroiwi. L.
H. Dow. I" tiallco. It. Shllllday. R. A. ,
Zw It, A, Haines and O. Urliwold. 1
GREATEST OtiVUTS WH1
Tiff FOU THE
SOLO TROPHY i
TICKETS AT IB24iHAY
AND ALL AGCMC1U Asst
Princeton to Play Twenty-nine
Games Next Spring Seven
Away From Home.
TEAM LOSES MANY STAHS
J'rIXcxtov, Oct. ti. Twenty-nine
games are tinted on the 1917 Princeton
oaReoan schedule, according to the state
ment of Manager Donihoe. Seren of
these tames are away from home, and
this number will be Increased to nine In
case of ties In the aeriei with Harvard
The season starts a day earlier than
last year. The first came will be with
Dickinson March 24. Although twq
Johns Hopkins and OcorBe.
,own D,ck,nttn ftn5 eUnd StanfoVd
been taken on In their places. The
T' will meet only the Navy and Vlr-
gnla 6n tnB 8outhtrn lr thf,
ra navs Deen uronpeu rroin the
The other aames to be nlavcd away
from home are those with Drown at
Providence. Cornell at Ithaca, Pennsyl
vania at Philadelphia Harvard at Cam
bridge and Vale at New Haven.,
March 14, Dickinson: March Swarth
mors; March 31, Baton Hall; March 31,
Villa Nora; April 3. Holy Cross; April 6,
Virginia at Charlottesville: April 7. Navy
at Annapols: April 13, Williams; April 14,
Ruts-era; April II, Amhtrtt: April 31,
lenniyivama, April :t. rordriam: April
Urown at Providence; April 10. Lawrence
vllle: Mar 3, Virginia: May t. Cornell at
Ithaca; May . Oeorgetowni May 13, Cor
nell: May II, Dartmouth: May 19. Har
vard at Cambridge; May 33, Williams; Mar
:. Harvard: May 30. Iceland Stanford;
June 3, Tale at New Haven; Juno (. Ia.
fayetts; June , Pennsylvania at Phlladel
phta; June 13, Harvard (In rase of tie):
June II, Tale: Juns 33, Tain (In civ.- of
SQUASH TOUXRET DATES.
Five. Clafca to Cosapete far Class A
The schedule of games In the Class A
and B tournaments for the squash ten
nis championship of the Metropolitan
League was announced yesterday. In
the A series five clubs will contest for
the title, with seven players being eli
gible for a team. Only four organlxa
tlons are entered In the Class B contest.
In which five men will constitute" a team.
The schedule follows:
CL.A8H A TOURNEY.
November 30, Heights Caelno at Prince
ton-squash, Columbia at Ta!.
December 7, Prlneston-aqua'h at Yale,
Harvard at Heights Csslno: 14, Harvard
at Princeton-Squash. Heights t'ailn.. at
Columbia; 21, rrliiceton.Sq.utsh at Colum
bia. Yale at Harvard: 2a," Columbia at Har
vard, Yale at Heights Casino.
January 4, Prluceton-iquaih at Heights
Casino, Tale at Columbia: 11, Yale at
I'rlnceton-Squssh, Helrhts Casino at Har
vard: IS, 1'rlnceton-ffiuu.h at Harvsr.l,
Columbia at Heights Cselnoi Columbia
at Prlnceton-Hquaih. Harvard at Yalo.
February I, Harvurd at Columbia,
Heights Casino at Yale.
Ct.AH.-l U TUURNUV.
Decsmber B. Crescent at Tale. Columbia
at I'rinceton: It. Tala at Columbia, Prince
ton at Crescent.
January S. Princeton at Tale, Crescent
at Colnmbta: 10. Yale at Crescent, Prince
ton at Columbia: 23, Columbia at Yals,
Crescent at I'rinceton: SO. Yalo at Plinca-
ton, Columbia at cner.i.
Flnt Race Allowancea: two year old
maiden, colli and geldings: five and a half
ruriongt: ic 11. anaeriun, 103: schedule.
Jack. 113; Flaih of Steal. 111:. 1710 and SS. won: Krlend.ee., yt (Am
Inn, 113: Rasgedy Man. 113: 1 h.t..i. til. 10 and 17.30. second: Tragedy.
Hazelnut. 113: Trapulns. 113. Barney
hhaunon, 113; Robert Rodes, 113; Ftzer,
Second Race felling; three-year-olds
and upward: mile and a sixteenth: Welg
St: 'Allen Cain. 10; Commauritta. He;
Jawbone, 110; White Crown, lie Rsoker
.,, . . , , , 1
iniru ,-vaca Allowance! i uifrs-T-ar-oiui , Oleltall). I. ,30 ana eecvnu, ...in-n . . . . ... . , it. I. a. . .
and upward: six furlongi: J. J. Murdock, ' lis (Itobinion). IS to. third. Time. 1:3S. " i:n-,1?; 1 "1rtJ'.",V " ,'.olo,,l.um
103; lflddy. tt; Ed Howard. 104; Amaxon. ' Celto. Uac. Half Ro.k and Ninety Simplex, IVo'ilwIm""'?,''' ,,,rf,v' 5 "n;r'J"."'
104: Kinney, lot; Lena Mliha, 104; Dr. ai,o ran. 1 HJl c.lr ''"am Johnson, lot, lluckihot.
Larrlck. 10J. , sixth Race For three.yeir-olds and up- I "I: Shrapnel. SS : The Decision, S7.
Fourth lUce Reading Handicap: three-i ward: aelllng: one mil' and nn eighth: 1-ourth Race The F.lltcolt City Handl-year-olds
and upward; mile and sixteenth: Knidier. 113 (hTeoah). !.:). 11.00. J1.70. I cap, th-e-year-olde; tl.300 added; one
tlrumpy, 108; Sands of Pleasure. 101; i
woroinr man, e,; avina tiorin, a,.; Kiay
berry Candle, lit.
Wtrth Tturaa On.an Cttv flamltan! tmn
vearanMi! one mile: Starv llelle. 104-
Oeorge C. Love. 103: Seminole King, tot;
Pol (Jtlsoy, 110; Uuttcrscotvh II.. 113; Cud.
Miti i , u a. , 1 1 n . , nr. ...... nr. n:.,. ., hi.
upward: all furlongs: 'Tilth Tush, 11; i S.:o, 13.(0, 13: flnt; Nigel. In, (Hutwell),
Stout Heart. 100; Foxy (Irlff. 103; Con- I IM. 17.10. second: Has 11., 103 (Schut
naught, 104; 'Arch Plotter. 104; Fon- tlnger), 110.10. third. Time, lt4. St.
nereade. 103: Roicoe Goose, 107: Converee, Charlcotr, 8als. Infidel II, Napier, Arma
107; Mars Caaildy, lit; Uncle Hart. 111. I ment. Senator Casey and Virile alto ran.
seventn Race Belling; thrre-year-olds
and upward: one mile und seventy yards:
Jack Reevas. tt: 'Kulogy, SS; lleauty i
nnop. si; lurco. ivw; -itovvuy noway, lou;
Margaret N 101: Jessie Lewis, lot; Mlis
Fannie, 111; Mabel Dulwebber, lot; Red
land. Ill: Syrian. 114.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
Ml FIFTH AVENUE
PIPING ROCK GOLFERS
GAIN SECOND VICTORY
With Mrs. Auchlncloss to Lentil
Them, Bent Englewooil
Women 8 to 0.
I-oocst Vailkt, U I., Oct. The
I'lplng Hock women gained another vic
tory In the series of matches for the SEEKS
team championship of tho Women's Met-!
ronolttan CJolf Association tn.il.iv hv .!. I
feutlng - Englewood by n score of 8 to 0
on the Piping Hock links. A few days
ago Knollwood cams to Piping llock and
war badly beaten, and ns Knollwood and
Knglewood tied at Kmtlowood In the
only other match played thus fur, the
Iong Island golfers huvn a clear lead In
the three cornered struggle for the asso
Mrs. C. C. AucliltR'Uns, who reached
the rcml-flnal round In the rocent
women's national championship and sue-1
cveded in carrying the ultimata victor,
Miss Alexa Stirling, to the home green,
played at the head of the Piping llock
team to-day und scored two points by
beatlns; Miss Cleorrlamiu M. ItlahoD. na
tional champion in 1V01 and runner up .
this spring for the Metropolitan title.
They were all acjuate at the end of the
tlrst nine holes and were still on even
terms when they reached the home
green. There Mrs. Auchlncloss ran down .
a long putt that gave her the hole, the1
second nine, and the match. .
One of the four matches was halved. '
Mrs. J. H. Alexandre of Piping ltovk and
.Mrs. J.& Irving of Hnglcwood each fall-
Ing to score at the expense of the 1
other. In the other two matches the
Piping Hock representatives scored the
maximum of three points for their side.
The' summary :
P1PINO KOCK. ENGLKWOOD.
Mrs. C. C. Auctiln iMIte (1. M. Illehop..
does ! Mrs. J. S. Irvine... 0
rs. J, 11. Alexandre O'Mlss (. lMckhardt.... ('
...lid. M. Ilci-kicher tINrs. A. Slioaf 0
Mrs. II, Koome 3;
-I Total 0
Charles T. Stout Is the new champion
of the Richmond County Country Club
and he gained his title by defeating no
less a personage than Morton U l-earey,
who only a few days ago distinguished i
himself by winning tho S'.atcn Island 1
championship. The Anal round for the
HUhmon.l County title was at thirty-fix .
Holes til.n eioui Deal rearvj u mr
rather generous margin of 7 up und 0
to play. In the final match for tho sec
ond sixteen. J. S. Sloason bent Kinsley
Twining1 by 3 up and 1 to play.
First Hace Two-year-olds; selling: sin
furlongs: Kebo. Ill (Olxrt). $13.10. 310.10
and 13.10, on: Cherry Iltpe. 114 (T. Mc
Tawgart). 14.30 and 13. econd; Olory
Uelle, 113 (Koblnson). 13. 30, third, nme,
1:14 3-S. Oold Uon.l. Mother Marhree,
Tootile. llauty Cora. Illchway. Plsre, Kim-,
brly. Ponce De Leon. Lady Hob. Stalwart
Van and'Hoie Finn also ran.
Stcon.l llace Malrti ns. ull ages: one Wr frel sure that either our boys ought
mile: Xylon. IIS (Koblnson), l:.IO. I3.40 not l0 b, disqualified under the Interprets
and 13.30. won; .N. K. Meal. lObrt). I t0n 0f tht ru, or that the Interpretation
I4.H0 snd 13. 0. seennd: Life, 10 (lull). unw ,n(l ought to be revoked. For
13.30. third. Time. l:4t !&. Amper II.. j ,h ran . ,rr arranging lo have both
!... .na -f-lnaa alio ran.
Third Ract. Three-year-olds and up:
selling: sis furlongs: Ambrose, lot
(Kleeger). 8I0, 34. 0 and 13 40. won:
Presumption. 114 (Byrne), 31.10 and tl.10.
second; Hroomrale, I OS (J. McTaggart),
1140. third. Time. 1:14. Theslerea. Pier
rot, Southern Oold. Uorax. Pasalin. Tie
Pin. Meellcka, Coitumer and lxit Fortune
Fourth Race Handicap: 3-year-oldi: all
e-lnnv.r Knh.l.flAor. lOv fllavneal. I17.K0.
101 (Davleel. 120.70. third. Time, iiix j.s.
Crank. Lively, yueen of ths Water. Cheer,
Wood Trap, Bonnls Witch. Ticket, Ilond
use, and Columbine (added etnrter) alio
Fifth Race Hundlcap: all ages, .one
mile: Holiday. 114 (Ambrose). II&.io,
mile: Ho tday. 114 (Ambrosei. iio.iv,
it aa .n.i u se won: Wooden Shoes. 113
-- : . ...... .
i first: Capt. Parr. Ill (Robinson). 14. SO.
ItS.SO. second; Patty lle.tgsti. 107 (Parrlns-
I ton), 110. third. Time. 1:53 3-5. Hlrn
'Tide, tioldy. Menlo Park. Dvlnrertleld.
e.nl: CaDt. Parr. Ill (Robinson), 14. SO,
at ... ' a-l.b V...- n-Anrffilr V'nlu.t.fl nn,l
lllackford also ran.
Seventh Race For thre-year-o1di and
.upward; telling: purse 1700. one mile and
. , . . i. ti.at. v....... i nn ,i.-t.
(iilrago Seerera to Come Kail.
CHICAGO. Oot, 34. The Pullman soccer
team of Chicago will Invade the Rait for a
series of holiday season games. It was an
nounced to-day, Games will be played In
Philadelphia, Jersey City and New York.
"Five Thousand Families Saved in Two Years"
A Dance for
THE EVENING MAWS
Will be given at the Hotel Biltmore at 10 o'clock on the
evening of Monday. October 30.
The Tickets, Admitting Ladyand Gentleman, $5.
Exhibition dancing by Pavlowa, Loupokowa, Nijinski,
Margaret Hawkesworth, The Dolly Sisters, Maurice
and Walton, Steffa Tlaskovietyka and others.
Buy them at the following places:
HELP SAVE A HOME
FIGHT FOR OUIMET
(Former Champion's Club to
Bring Up His Case at
U. S. G. A. Meeting.
Boston, Oct, 24. The Woodland Clolf
Club, In a circular letter sent to-day to
the clubs that are active and allied mem
bers of the United States Oolf Associa
tion, announced that It would bring be
fore the annual meeting of the associa
tion In New Tork next January Its light
for reinstatement as amateurs of Fren
ch Oulmet, former national amateur
champion : J. If. Bulllva'n, Jr.. and Puul
Tewksbury. These young men, members
of tho Woodland club, were barred from
participation In tournaments ns ama
teurs becauie of their business connec-
In Its letter the club stated that
"many clubs had offered to Join In a
call for a special meeting for consldcrn-
tlon of our appeal." but that It haa con-
eluded to withhold a request for action
until tho regular meeting,
The club's letter states that difficulties
have nrlsen not under the amateur
definition Itself, but out of a so called
Interpretation of the definition made b
the executive committee.
"It seems plain without argument that
(he Interpretation le broader than the rule
Itself." the letter continues. "To Illustrate:
The committee holds that tho rule does
not apply alike to all men. but that the
committee had discretionary power to de
iAm In whom It ahstt ADDll. Under the
power so assumed It has held that Mr. Place,
wno aesirea 10 enier mo siiueiiv
business after winning a flats champion
ship, was entitled to do so without Impair
ing his standing.
"It haa also ruled that our Mr. Culllvan,
who never attained tho distinction of being
a HtAte rhsmolon. dliausllfleil nlmself by
entering the same business on account of
his eminence as a Dlarer. It haa also held
that Prancla Oulmet, who adopted the
athletic goods bustneea as a vecstlon long
before he acquired fame as a golfer, who
acquired ht. ability to play ,h. "mwl.h;
who pyt thf ,im. for ,ne ,ov of ,t
slone ana never In any way has played for
the slightest money consideration, must
give up b-islness or remain barred as an
Clab'a Heqaeata lanorrd.
"The oommlttee mar hare explanations
of the foregoing rulings which are un
known to us. We were never Informed of
the charges In any way. In fact when the
committee nottfleil us that our bovs had
been disqualified we asktd for a statement
nf the rhiriM unit of thf. evidence, tiut our
request has not been compiled Kith. We
UM appiinl to have our member. hip In
,h. Untied Htates f.olf Association changed
from iled to actVf. The application was
denied without explanation.
mailers brought up at the same time."
First Race Twi-ysar-old maidens, roltt
and gsldtngi; lis furlongi: Dlile II. (Imp.),
lit; Home Sweet Home. 114; Lottery.
Hi; Monemoy, 114, Olln (1.. 114: Heaver
Kill. 114: Smart Money. 114: Swoon (Imp.),
Ill, llallygunge. 114; Otiego. 114.
Sicond Race Four-year-oldi and up:
celling, steeplechase; about two mllet:
New Haven. lt; Dixon Park, lit; Idle
Michael. 133: 'March Court. Its. Otto
I'loto. 130; Ilarhelor. 111. J. R. Johnion,
13: Runway, lit; "Golden State, 134.
Five pounds allowance claimed ac
count of rider not having won five steeple-
cuapea or nuruiea.
Thlrri tt.r.-AH a ... - B.llln. v..nl..n.
, ; .,;,, m.... it. ,,V.
V.x 'urLon..! Marse Henry. 117: Between
us. 110; Vermont. 11s. mirtir , n. ink.
st.o one-.-uieen miles: .-.pur. uo; Mula.
I cMt. lot; Daddy's Choice. 101: Kilmer.
. ''. Hidden Star tlmp.). 07: King Nep.
''" ?pi Polrpma (Imp.), 101; Airman.
at.d one-.-uieen . miles: spur, 130; Mul
. 103; Whlmiy. 11.
' Fifth Race Three-year-olds and up:
I Purie; mile: Sam Jackson. US; Road-
1 "'"'" "ul12.un- uratorium. 10
L-nana . iozt wnimsv Tin- n.a
Celtabl. lot: whimsy. 110; Doredale.
lu;. Turmoil, 107, I'laudlto, 103,
Sixth Race Two-year-olds; purse; mile:
Waukegan, 110; Harvest King, 104: Ar
temli, 101, Gloomy dux, llu. Intriguer,
Seventh Rice Three-) ear-old. and up;
selling; one and one-sixteenth miles; Lit.
tlo Kngland, 113; Song of Valley, 113
Afterglow, 113; Dlnih Do, 1 1 0 ; Sequence,
110; Ae.op. 107; 'Tom Hancock, lot;
Damletta. SS: Orperth, 116: Napier, 113:
Hiker, 110: Orotund. 110: Srrllllan. 107
Rose Juliette, 104; Hun Around, ins,
COT INVESTMENT BUG.
HIOII WATKIt FOIt LOCAL ANOLEItS
Handy Hook IWnceNS Jamaica Hay Oovernon
(The llorsrxhoe) Bay K'ananle) ..Island,
!(, am m 'kt f.M AM P.M. A.M. P.M.
ct. 2.1 mis n.2H n:l.i it:. i:A.l
Oct. 2 ii:4rt 7:10 0:.V1 7:1ft 7:33
Jet. 37 7 7:ft4 7S14 7:S9 S;l
. 3 8:12 h:40 a:i7 mil n:57
Oct. 21) m:S7 0.20 U.-U3 V:2
niaekfish Off Heabrlght.
The (llralda fllsliermen found plenty of
bltcktlh off (eabrlght again yesterday,
when the high hook man, II. nanat, of
Newirk, look no leas than 3. The pool
Ment to A, Friedman of llrooklyn who had
a six pounder among his mes of M,
l.harles Krau had 11, Frank Coatello 30,
(leorge Young li and I!. K. Uaretto 12
Mrlped Has Biting In Jamaica Bay.
Joseph Sehy of the Haunt, Jamaica Day,
sends word to TUB SUN that itrlped base
nrn Inking the bait In those waters, Fred
Sprung tonic n striper last Saturday
weighing 111 pounds and R. Burland also
got a striped bass.
Jersey's Third Day nf Deer Hnntlag,
To-day U the third of the four days al
lotted to deer hunting In New Jersey this
Lost and Pound Bed Net Recovered.
In THE .MUN of October 17 Albert Achos
me uriginai Neptune Fishing ruin
?iJ,,i.."l?i h? .urn"1 ov'r, tn four !" .
left by Mount ernon anglers on a New
York Central train In the tn.t and fniltn
Mrttnent af ha railroad at iti. rirand
Central Ftatlon. Will .Mr. Achoi com
municate with tha wrltar. Oi. lnat and
found department of tho Central says that
It did not recelte tho rods.
.. I.. W. HBINISC1I.
II Chambers St., October 34,
Letter for "Switch Caster.
The Rod and Cun editor has a letter for
400 Peel Predicted for Casters.
. I .take great pleasure In reading
"Switch Reeiv articles In the Rod and
Oun column of THE SUN, they being very
Interesting and Instructive to eurf naher
men, and especially to surf casters.
Will "Snitch Reel." through the columns
of TIIC SUN. answer how lie knows of the
different kinds of lines, reels and rods ued
uy tne uintrent surf csstert;
K. n. Ilsvls of the Asbury Park Fishing j
II h tllfld that .n.l,.1. ...n.J ... . 1
Club made the world's record cast at Ae.
uury i-ara on August t or u: feet 7 Inches.
Is '-Switch Heel" sure that the record was
mads with the different kinds ef tacklo be
tales In his article?
(Jetting down to fsrts as to accurate and
surf casting, take the wonderful record
made at Ocean City on August 13 by the
Asbury Park Flitting Club'a lesm. with nn
average of :3 3-5 feet per man. They all
used regular cuttyhunk fishing lines of a
standard site (not Drepirrd llnt and had
a perfeot score of 100 per cent.
There were twenty-five caste made by the
team, each man had five, casta, and each
man made every cast cenrit, and with only
one little back lash by one member the
casting was absolutely perfect.
The casting of the team could not be
rnada so. If every man on the team was
using dinrrent amu or tacKie. e.pectauy
lines. That was demonstrated by the other ' My experience Is that It Is much more
teams, there being quite a few breakofTa. , fun playing a rlsh until you tire the gams
narh man on the Asbury team knew ' out than It Is to put the pressure down
what he could do. and when he went to the hard and hold htm after two or three turns
line to make his caat he knew what kind nf of the reel. Tho aport Is all oer In a mtn
tackle hs hsd to work with and felt confl- . ute or two If you ."horee" your fl"h.
dent he could do that work, and he did It1 If you play your flsh. you give Its fight-
perfectly, as the scores show.
Now. could a team work that way If
every man was using a different kind of
In long distance casting It la a ksown
fact to make dlstsncs It Is absolutely nee-
es.ary to use as small a thread line ae ou
can. and It has been demonstrated several
llmea this season that a enter has made
one especially long cast In his day's work-
out. a great many of the leads breaking off.
ahowlng that the line Is not strong enough
to hold the lent at the start of a cast, but
a few of the lead-, will lift from the ground
and hold. And when they do a long cast Is
always made, and It Is a feeling nf great
atl.factlon to th man making the cast to
know that hli lead is holding and colng
straight from hit rod. and that hie cait ts
Thi r.ini'li yuunr' and I predict that
next season 400 feet will b made early
(prov ding weather .rendition, are good).
ana inre win or urns muni int mnprmi
ratr to mk 4tf to 4B0 Mar th- rfMon
is u r . . iuf . i . , r , , , ...... . . , . . ...
way. and when the, men start pracHrlng
Ihti winter It will be only a short . time
when Till! SUN will be writing artMei oil
the different men making 400 fee! or over. I
New irk. N. J.. Oct. 32. KITE.
Pugflah For Food er Fertlllrer.
Tlv order of Mr. Redfleld. who doesn't
know an) thine of the uh."ct. the dogfish
ts now to be called the grayfUh, shadea of
llelon. l.lnna-ui. Cuvler and Gunther' If
Mr. Redfield renamed- cabb-ige as ro.e
would he expect the public to put them
In Jardlnlersa and alop eating them with
Mr. Re.ineld hat made ud Mi mind that
we must eat dogflth. and as Is ususl with
thli autocratic ruler of our Department of
fommerre, all evidence tending to on -
credit hli Idea l waved aside us Incor
rect and Impertinent. He Is. of courie. an
expert on Ichthyology, hnli.c run a factory
In Brooklyn for many years.
Scientific analysis of th flesh of the
dogfish proves It to W full of uric acid.
Cunther, In his "Mudy of rinhes," nates
that tt It considered unfit for market, ex
cept In the Orkney Islands,' where the
poorer clan of fishermen eat It.
When the llrltlsh Hotrd of Trnde tried
to popularize the eating of dogfish, under
t'.io name of "Par In Patmon," the at
tempt failed dismally. It It true that when
the t1h Is absolutely freth. aay twenty
four hours out of viator. Iti fleth Is not
unpalatable, but kept longer than that it
l.ecomen strona. rancid and ollv. It ha
never been successfully canned or pre
served, nlthoush many attempts have been
made. In n recent letter V. I. Hhermari
defend! the "gravflth" (dogf.rhl and ad
vocates Its use aa a fond because he has
teen told that Its Use ts common In
Europe. It l not true, ne he has been In
formed, thnt It is considered o delluicv )
abroad. It la used only hy the poorer
classes. Following lilt argument to lis
loirlcat conclusion, we should e.it horso
a......... , . . n.l.l.n. .,n ... I. I
. e,it rats and mice because the Chinese do.
and we should eat anokea became the Axis.
trallan buihmen do.
The members of the ray ramllle., sharki.
dogflih, skatei, 4c ore among the great
est enemies of our fish food supply. They
reproduce m rapidly that it would be it
phvslcal Impossibility to eat them In suf.
nclint iiunutlty to protect our other llrli
u'ur. therefore some other vnlue should be
found for them, nnd the problem Is an
... ,J h. ih.m th. ...hi.., I. ...
, easy one. '
Capt. Hnmmer't letter hlti the nail on
the head (no pun Intended). tt Is n
prtctlcal letter from a practical, expe-,
I lly putting a .State er national bounty '
j on tharka. dogflth and tkatei, and eitab
I llslilng fertiliser plants, tuch factories to
sen tneir proouci ai cost, we wouia enecx i
a double benefit that of protecting our
marine crops snd that of tncreislng and
Imnrovtnt- our land product!. Knoush fer.
tlllrer could be procured from theie peets
of the ira. to make every vacant farm In
New York Ftate productive.
This Is no Idle theory unbacked by fact.
The Canadian Government Ii doing this
very thing now. and the reduction plants
at Ehlpprgan, Clarke's Harbor and Cnuso
ore working full time and are absolutely
Inttrad of tamely following the edict of
1 bureaucratic obstinacy nnd trying to pop
I ularlza a food which to say the -leait It
I open to euiplclon. let us try lo raise the
r. . ... a,, ,', '.I , ,V Mll'l t U I 1
1 tlvallon of our national resources and not 1
I di grade It to the level of that of tli '
i.uropean peasantry. whiti; HAT,
New York, Oct. 21.
New Jersey's Channel Rasa Record.
In regard to a list of fall run of channel
bats up to September 5f,, thone' I have oh.
talned a record of are as follows!
Tho first wat taken at llolgate, r'epteni'
ber t, by Henry M, !u Ilnl, nhlch weighed
.aivx pounds, fines tnat time, at met place.
Reach Haven and New Inltt, the following
'catches have been nisde. N ..'eon , Hchoen,
it"i. II, .11 pounds! A, !rV KtM.ovne. t;i-,
I pounds; II, I riitlllps, pound., and
i naries vvoriman, pounos, , , i
At Harnegat t'lly, llrst takerilHeple nber I
m. by .lames ivucnanaii, poiirois, Mnco
that time at that placo and North Point the
i following! William Uoodspeed, Z'i poundsi
I Rowland K Hill, 19 poundis (ieorgs W
. le-onard. ;H pounds, Albert Olchrs, IK
I pounds; W. K. Hill, .13 pounds: T J. Mc
wallers, is pounns; iianei .i. roster, as
pounds; Herman Mayer, pounds; I.
llruggeinan, 15 pnundi; I.en Cromer, 29, 33
pounds; Rdward Jones. 33 poundsi W Kuril
ham. 34 pounds, and C W i-'elgenspan
(from boat), 33 and ill pound.,
. At Harvey Cedars, Writ taken September
14 by Leonard Unlit, 37 pounds. Clnce that
1 time: Capt, J. i: Rnbotham. 90, 33, 31
pnundi; K. O. Winters, 31, 33, 6 pounda;
Kldrldge Mcllw-en, 34 pounds; Fred Nllkle.
Z'j ioun,ls; rildm.y T, Holt, 83 pounds, and
J ti. Klicher, pound..
Thli list Is not complete,
. iniir nf which uiaria
of no lesa tnan ten in
not learn their names
taken at Sea.lde P.irk. 1 lriv. not In ir.l
from any of the catrhe. at Cor.on's inlet or
Ocean City. HAHTIK I. I'll 1 1.1,1 1'H,
Asbury Park, N J., Oct. ::
Written Between Rites.
I do not think the Hod and Hun column
la showing n very sympathetic interest In
tke United Anglers' League and Its effort!
FUOM OCTOnElt 2S TO OCTOUKK 79.
to Improve the fishing In the wateri con
tiguous lo our own dear city. ,
Tho other Saturday you set forth in
grand array reports showing that pe'J
were caught by the thousands, from o to
JS to a man, not mentioning the number
of men, however; then mackerel, 73: torn
ods, 43; flounders, 54: sea bass, es; oiara
!!h, It: weaknsh, 343: croakers, 37; Just
fish, 312; klngtlsh, 144. and blueflsh. 40.
lly my count there are between l,00 ana
3.000 fleh taken from the ocean and bays
In one day, and you have been printing
the!! Kind or tninga aay ny nay i...
Past. . . . , .
Of course other fish are being caught be
sides those that are recorded by you, but
what I would like to know Is, What are
you trying to do, queer the United AnglersT
We doubt the correctnees of your figures,
and If we do not put a stop In netting,
purify lha waters all around us, propagate
new fish, there won't be nny Ashing for
anybod pretty soon. I would like to know
what your game Is show your hand,
that's whatl MURRAY HILL.
New York. Oct. 33,
Propagation and Proteetlon For
,. . .i.. t
ThH t'nli.it ln,lar,. I.aaatla meets on
tho second and fourth Thursdays of tho
month In the World auditorium and every
fisherman, every lover of New York, every
one who enjoys Its varied waterways,
ah. uld rome with friends.
The waterways ef New York are Its pul
anting channels of life. Lest you die yml
keep jour blood channels filled with health
ful germs and drive out the foul Mends.
Tin- fresh waler folk up-Htatr arp clam
nrlnr for attention and some nf our money.
All right, their good helps us, If we proMl
by their example and help oursenea.
Shall e have u law regulating the
catching nf small blueflsh and email mack
erel or shall everybody catch ull ho can
carry of nny ali"7
Shall bait neta hare a mesh small
annnali in ratph hahv ha. a and flounders?
."lull all such be returned when caught
Oh dear! How long. oh. Lord! how
long shall we itelt for a' fair 'share of prop
, . .1 Va-1.
ngatlnn and protection for New York?
Come to the meetlna und let numbers anil
rnthii'laem talk. Surely and only through
ntimiiera anu enthusiasm is urn given
more life. II. M. nitioas.
l'resldent United Anglers' League.
New York. Oct. 33.
Julias Illgh to Hy Julias.
"Hy Julius" In THF! FUN nf October 13
asks an tntereatlng question. He write.:
"In landing fierce and heavy fleh which
la bstttr. to hold them stead), clvtnr only
two or three turns of the reel, us Charley
did, or let them run and tire you as well
"Charley thinks the way lo land a heavy
one Is to hold him. alvlnr line crudclnalr.
When I hay plenty of time I like even to
play the blarkfleh and let them run. but
wham rtd .f, l.lltna. t-m htl.v. Then nil
. playing. What Is jour experience?"
in - nbiiities on opportunity to test them
slvev ou alio play a fair game; you
give the nen a cnunce to mn or loee.
And In these days of lla-ht tackle th
fi-h has more than a good .how, as wf-
nee. the number of big ones that jt away,
fr. to ask another question. Hj- Julius, do
Mg (Wh ret away because of the Inevp-rl-
nce of the angler or th- angler1. Inability
' ? "" 'h" '"'"
"'iP" n,, .. JLLILS HUill.
BOD AND GUN.
iJron .Steamboat a
WSRSS Si TAIIRIIS
ri.n. a . . , JT 7,.
, B,rnitaur'ant" fi'.iV riXiV. IV, "rZX
, wjluw nri.m. tt tw . ta.. jiT- t i
Workday, t.i 8ondy. tl.M.
71 . 1 Ql mf I
flub Houses for sale or In rent for 1017.
noals lost In Thursday', slorm. Finders
please notify Joe Sehv. Tel. 3133 Hammels.
The Kaunt, Jamaica Ray.
aae.e.Ki?;!59 A- M- IAT.
linrriC V R4'r. Prk Dock. New
mULLfllJ 1 Rochelle. Fare 11.00. Rrlng
" worms. RAUMANN BROS.,
1313 3d Ave. Phone (7(7 Harlem.
1:03 train from Harle-ri River itatloi
(ltld St.) allowt Urns to make boat.
,rh niarkfl.h on Dtp V..l.n .,... 1..
ig eaten or niacanan en rtir. Evelyn -unrtaT
1 ijtj fj,Ki 1 'm"5.. A ,f'-"cent Moi..
fertl It II , v.. c
Dally. S.. M. Sun.. (1.30 A. M. ' i-'vpi'vv
Capt. JAKK MARTIN. r.Vtl,I.
GIRALDA W'iV -. Mon. sun.
7: nil A, . ( apt. II. Martin.
VVHITRY Leave-, a A. M. every day,
fTnllDI i'ant. rllAVk' IlitAliriS
MADELINE S. sTrst
Thors. A Sunday
. Capt. LYONS.
M. J.R. II, a.:m. M.J, R, HI,
' , lom 5'1'IM Dock. Shlep.head Ra.
CAITS. rHBI) ITHKOr. LOflS IIAWV.
R.C.LUNDY't y;..n"r '"!' Mon.
"""w"'" days and Krlilu).. (Sunday 1:30.
.'NIMBUS ; . Wl t-un;lv'i Dock.
-- . . i-irruy unn,
THFI Ml Thu"day. Grand St.. 4:J0 A m7.
InLLmn iv."y., '"tnii. i a. m sun
' "rano t , I ,. M . J-r.tr
t- Al'T. I. KM I, U Aril.
FlounHerat 1 ,
lloeaep. launches tro Itni.n.. rt.iTi,":'".,?.',17'
tl :i a penon. Including worm. prt,i
Roegel. Catnirelr Tel Cannrsle joo;.
U UflA III !rlv'" l''.'h.ni.n-s liock.Wrn k
I Thursday, ; trulti.
-re .1 urine vvorill". ti lathnian.
leaves nill.on-s. 1-Vee.
port v-30 Thursday
and Saturd.iv. ir, Kim.
ilft(i. Kart Ii
days. Kare Inc bait. 11,811 Capt Joe rtnyner.
lewvet Wreck Itd Wed an
Thur. t:41 train, Sunday t:05
train. Fart II tt. O. W. Wllioa.
fun., Tnet. and Thnrt learet
1Mb St., Hcboken, :IS A. M.
Blttery 7 A. M. Tire tl ft.
Cri Uini Silver Wove Dock. Kreeport
e'(5 dully excent Mon. and ivi
6 30 Sur. Pare. Inc halt, tl 3
rOMMODORE Q'leenswater Stn .
bvrnrnuuunc. Tufr Ttlllr. , jiat , ,; 4j
train Sundaj fl:0.1 train. II SO. Hen Wrlt-hi
HUNTRRS detlrlnx board In good gnma
vicinity write PKTRII P MI.NTNKch.
11 t' I). 1. Illlenvtlle. P.ter Co N V
DRDCDT D .m-.rKi-T.il aniimn(i."
nUdtnl ll ''a'1" "th St., So m.lvn,
liuui.il i ll -j-hiirs. 7AM Capt ! Poling
CNDAT. TlM A. M.
leavss Osborn't Rock. Shiegt-
tiesd. dslly. I A. M. Ot.'.t RAD.
rCmRT dally sir. Mon. ft s-rl I A. U..
trrUni oaborn l.oek. Shaepshead flav.
Cap'.a. rreddls Wrege and Archie lluckn.r.
i'I.knty or i.in.
from Carinan'i Dock Wreiat l.eid,
Thurs.lsv on arrival f.:47 train.
Wiiii., 03 train Fare tl !,o
nam ATT A
i llRllLU I I A
leaves Knodiy from (Irind it.,
TOO t, ov. and (Vntrtl it 7. IS
a. m Thnrt., (Irind it. t.SO and Crntrtl li, a
I.ONO REACH Iva. Dunne't Dock, flhttps
head Ray, I A. M. dally Capt. Mlchatlt.
Sheepahtad Ray, I A. M, dally
exc. )ton. Frl. Rill Stephens.
5 IM Ur(pilVfr1'avei Sheepshead Ray 3 I.
Ull) -, 10 A. M. Sunday.
I 1 1
Cr Rapalya ,r.,l'.y',l'r. ? i'fc
OfnR id. Sun ,7 A.M. Meyer a malts
Ivs. Dunns' Dock, rihiepihsed
Hat, dally txc, Mon.. 4 A. M.
CI liRI fishing, Uavei Otbarn't dock.
iibi,inwa.kbl,tsVanssj nay, . ,
Steamship Arrivals and
For eastern New York, fair to-day I rain
to-night or to-morrow t moderate Berth
east to southeast winds.
For New Jersey, fair to-day and warmer
In the weat portion; to-morrow, fair In the
south and rain In the north portion;
moderate east to aoutheast winds.
For northern New England, fair to-day:
to-morrow, probably rain: gentle to
moderate shifting nlnda becoming
For southern New England, fair to-day:
to-morrow, probably rain; moderate norm
east lo southeast winds.
For we.tern New yorg, rain tnis aner
noon or lo-nlfht and probably to-morrow;
Increasing east winds, becoming westerly
nkw YORK. Oct. IS. Hlsh pressure,
continued yesterday In all sections, with
irntrea over tne norm rucinc anu wn. .
Plateau Htates. tho northern lake regions
and over the Virginias. ...
Moderately low pressure exisiea ov.r
Manitoba and thero were Indications of a
storm central southeast of Florida.
Comparatively cool weather prevailed In
the Atlantic and Southeastern sections arid
reeling temperature again bkuoio
West Irglnla and Virginia.
t, m b . u.,m., in tho weat Oulf and
lower Mississippi Valloy, but cooler In the
norm central btaies ana puna o.
Mnuntulm, ,, . .
l.k. Uin..,l.- anal ami antlthwest Into
est temperature reported was four degrees
rnii, .ami nnrinrn i.kiiiiiiiii.. a,. .""
above sero at i.anoer, yo.
..(. in MA-iK. ... Tam. Oklahoma and
nnrtheaetwanl at scaitereu points mm mo
lake region and St. Lawrence Valley.
In this city tho morning was fair, fol
lowed by cloudlnees: little change In tem
perature; wind, light to freth northesst.
.. - k . . t . I .. it h.- aanl.! hl.rfimrtl.r.
corrected to read to sea level, at a A.
ao.33; s r. so.:a.
I A. M.
1 P. M
;io . 'id
reclpllation 7. , .
Th. t.mneratur In this city yesterday.
as recorded by the official thermometer, Is
shown in tne annexed isujr.
H A. M
.40 1 P. M
.4a 2 1. M
ft A. M.
Ill A. M.
11 A. M.
11! M. ...
0 A. M.
7 P. M ill
,..f)4 ."IP. M
, . .07 r. P. M
8 P. M....T.1
11 P. M.....'-0
111 P. M....M
6 P. M. ...5H mi
11 P. M S. 4K
n P. M
11! Mid Ml 41
Hlgheet'temperature. 1. at 4 :j!0 P. M
Average temperature, ..3.
ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 34. Army orders
were: Leave of absence for two monlhs
granted Capt. J. W. N. Schuli. Corp-, of
i:nglneers; Mnjor Thomni I. Rhoads. Med
ical Corps, now on leave, to Army and
Navy uenerni Hospital. ni .-i.i.i.a-.
....I n. r. ,, .,, i ,,r ho. ii tal until ar
rival of Col. Charlei M. Oandy, Medical
t orps; t apt. lawui. n. ..,v r,....w , V,,,,
riein Arimery. r-un-ru num
tiiry Academy nnd upon expiration of skk
leave will Join his rrgltmnt ...
Major George 11. Plllibury. Corps of Ln -
glneers, will Inspect th- company of en-
glneen of California located at Los An-
Kites on date determined after correspond-
,, V. .... A. II, if , nl.llanaral flT I all.
fotnla at Sacramento, and vvlll report by
letter to Chief of Militia Hureau for In
structions In regard thereto; resignation of
Capt. ChHrlea V. Floyd, Seventy-fourth
Infantry, New York Nntlotial Guard, u.--ccptvd;
Major Amo. II. Martin, Infantry,
placed on detached llu and Major Hunter
II Nelson. Infantry, removed from detached
list and usplxne.l to Third Infantry: Capt.
Leon L. Itoiuh. Sixty Infantry, placed on
detached list and Capt. Clernsrd McLaugh
lin, Infantry, removed therefrom and re
lieved from duty with Oregon National
Guard, slgned to Seventh Infantry, and
upon expiration nf leave of absence will
Join that realment.
Resignation of First Lieut. George T.
Strodt. Medical Corpe, New York National
Gunrd, incepted: resignation of Second
Lieut, lvaii'r c Wallace, nrst cavalry,
Illinois Nation) Guard, accepted, r-ilgna-
tlon of First Lieut II, J Pond, Klghth In
fantry. .Ma.a-hu-etta Nitlnnal fluartl. ae
opted; resiKimtlon nf First I.leut. Ralph
it. iiejid. rourtli inrantry. rsenrasxa M,
tfor.-il tluard, accepted; resignation of Klrst
I.leut. Walter K. Perklm, Klflh Infantry,
Mi. r land National tluard, announced ; re
Isn.itlon or Capt, John II Soir.on-skl.
Thirty-first Infantry. Mlchlgin .National
Capt. Robert D. Powers. Q. HI, O. wilt
rr? rt to Col. Krank II. Jones, Seventh In
fanfr, president of the army retiring
b'.ard, at I'ort lllls. Texas, for examina
tion, Special orders October 9 relatlns to
Capt. Isasc W I.lttell. (j. M, amended
so as to dlrrct 'ol l.ltteli io pro, ei-d to the
t'anal Zone from New ok city during
November on otllclal busln--. peitalnlng to
conetrijctloii work to be done nnd upon
completion of thN duty to return to his
station Advancement to grade of major
on the rrtlrtd list of Cap', John Q. Adams,
j retired, Is nnnounccd. Leave of absence
for o-ni month on his relief from duty In
the ofllce of the chief of orduum-e Is
granted Major Norman V. Uaineei. ord
nance ilepartnu-iit, and lie wM proceed to
the Rock Island arsenal, Rock Isl.ind, III.,
und teport to the cntiitm!i!dln!T ofllter for
duty Itislsnstlon by Pirn l.l-ut William
I.. Wilkinson, Medical llesorve I'nrpa. Ill'
repted. Tlrst I.leut, Nell tl. rituli, flgnal
Corps, relieved from din:.- in I'hl.lpptne
Iiep.irtment nnd on arrival In th.- Pulled
Matei wl.I report by teli graph to Adjutant,
ilcneral of army for further orders. ,d
vancciiunt to rrad, of major nn ihe i,..
tlrnl list of Capt. Thomas M Moody. r
tired, . announcid. Reslaiiatlon of First
I.leut, Cliarles A, Tetra'llt, Medical Re.
serve Corps, nccep.nl. .Major Jiimea P.
llarbeson. Ter.ty-tlrt Inf.in'ry. to I.et
.erman ticnerai iii.pitai, !-an rranclsco.
for observation and tnatmeiit Resignation
of First I.leut Mcrrltt W. Sargent. Fourth
lnfantrj, New Jirscy Nuilonal iluar.l. ac
cepted Leave of ub-.i'iiee fur four duys
arrunfeil Klr.t t.lent VV'lllla. i li il.,r..
eitvulrv. ililucbt.,! tl.l l!...le.. t l.,e Zi
Capt. Frederick W. Itlce. Mv.llul Corps,
New York National Guard, m-i-i-pt.-tl
These ortleers of the signal Corps will rt
port by telesrapli to commandant Southern
Department for nsilgiiim nt end v III pro.
r I.,,,. II. ... vt llun if. . . . t. '
Richard I! Anderson, 'jc.lm II. Ilinemon!
Jr.. Charles II Curb t, Roy II Colie and
Charles N. Sawyer
Flrht Lleui. i:ikln I. Frank In, Signal
Corps, to Fort cam Houston. Tela, and
report to commanding (leneral. Southern
Department, for assignment to duty Flr.t
I.leuts. Octave d C'ar-e and Walter smlih
of the Signal Corpt. to Columbus, N. M..
and upon arrival there w report hy tele
graph to .-ommandlng ileueral, houthrrn
DetMrtment. for asstrnment
The following officers of Stsnal Corpi
will proceed by tint available transport to
San Vranelaeo and on arrival will report
by telegraph to ihe Adjutant-tienrral of
th. army for further orders: First i.leut
ll A. laohman. Flrt Lieut Herman F.rlcn
koti.r. First Lte-it Harold c Vanderveer
.1 nil First I.leut, Roy M Jones,
.'apt Stewart McC Pecker, retired, re
t'eved from duty m assistant to quarter
intivter, Columbus llarrack., tihlo. and w!
report to ronimaridlng orfl'-er of that post
t,.r asslgnmer,' to duty an dtiar'ermaster. i
and In addition will assume rimrti of
construction work .it cnlumhus Rarr.icks. I
rllvlnir I.leut i", ' D.ml"' W. Arnold, re
tired, who on l.elnir relieved will proceed I
to I'hic.iKo and report In i-erion lo the
depot fiuartermnster for assignment to duty
a. his as.titant.
Cot lliomas ft Diigan, cavalry nin
nCuhed to Ninth Cavalrv. Is iMslgned lo
lit it resluient 1trliiiatton of el.nlul
l.ls-jt tlnry I' parish. Third Infantry.
Pennsylvania National tluard. er- ,ipte,l
1-eave nf absence granted First Lieut. WI'l
Uii D Sherwood, Medlca' ''orpv, New
lork Nn'lonat Hoard. I fnnlier estendsl
ten dajs, Leave of absence fer two
noniha on surKeon's eertlllcaie of dlub!l.
If erallted Capt. Robert S. Welsh, Fl d
.Wilder, det.-icned list
N'avy orders werei Lieut K D Cau.ey,
rietaciie-! .-oiiimaii.l division V s u ..ni.irttie
force Atlantic f 1 r t , lo .oiuinanil K tt and
division I, submarine for'-c, Attanti,- fleei :
Licit a Junior Kraile) S D Mi-'allKlie , de
taclietl Vermont to Ileal, Lieut ijtintor
grade) ), c Lee, to Arlxnna, lntl "ur
genu F L Moiey. dflafhcd Male Isl.ind
var.l to naval elation, Tutulin, Samoa,
Dental Surgeon II. II Harris. i1eiachd
naval elm inn, Tululla, Samoa, lo Hare
viiiveiuctils of Naval Vessels.
WASIIIN'ilM.V Oct. !!t -Movements nf
imval vessel.- Cruiser Hultlmore, destroyer
Diltiaii mid ail on.irlnes I. 11 nnd 1...1 hav
arrive,! hi K."i. destroyers Iteiiham and
Held at Nevvpoit. . rulser llunalo at Masai
lliu, r rills.-' 'Iiar-esloii at Crlslobvl eol
l.-r Culgo.i ai Siin'o Donilmo ciiy timlir
uzark and -iioninl Hies I. -I'. I. In mid I. II
nl Itapp llialiiio.-k "pit. battleship Monlatll
at N.ipeiigur II IV. iMltleslilp SrvHila a'
lll.oliloll It 'ug Palipi-o it Sorfi.k
tl.inap,iit I'lmlie a1 Port au Plliue, and
uriie ililp Mil" Fr.iiii-ls, a al .,irlsinoutli
Deitroyer Animni has sailed from While -
'mi" laimllmc for New port, destroyer
.licob Join, from .Newport for lliunarda
Hay deslroyer Rowan from Newport for
fd dcftioy pr si.utui irnni
I port for IluirarJ Ray,
Doited States Coast and (leodello aarrty- '
Sun rises 1:17 A M Sun sett SiMPM
Woou rises 5:01 A M
HIGH WATER THIS DAT.
Sandy nook..l:0AM (lov. lIsnd..l:S7 A M
jicii uate 3:3 a m
LOW WATER THIS DAT.
Sandy Hook.. 13:3.1 A M Gov. Island..!: A l
jien uate ::io A x
ARRIVED TUKSUAY, October 34.
Ss Roma, 4 A. M., Marseilles. Oct. 4.
Ss Galileo. C:M A. M.. Hull, Oci. 3.
Ss Calrnhlll. M:16 A, M Havre. Oct. .
Ss Mclapan, :) A. M., Havana, Oct. !0.
Ss Rodtaxe. 7!20 A. M.. IMi.nn !...-. tint
Ss HI Capltan. Cristobal. Oct. .
Ss Inapc. Jacksonville. Oct. 3!
Ss Nueire, (llilve.ion, Oct. II.
Ss Kl Valle, tlalvcston, Oct. IS.
Ss Prliicos Anne, Norfolk, Oct. 33.
Ss Jcffcreon, Norfolk, Oct. 3.
Ss Kathlamba. lloeton, Oct, 33.
ARRIVED FROM NKW YORK,
hs Nieuw Amitrrdam, at Kirkwall.
S He d'ltaJla. at St. Michaels,
Ss Volodia. at laon.lun.
Sa llrumwyk, at Rotterdam,
hs Noordwyk. at Rotterdam.
Ss Stanton, at Havre.
gsOttar, off the Lltard.
StHalll.Jorr. at Newport, Enjlsnd.
Ss Kurytncdon. M Vladivostok,
Sa Stavo, at Bordeaux.
Ss Hcrm, at llilbao.
Ss Acenorla, at Sierra Leone.
Ss San Marr-o. at Key West,
be Kl .Monte nl New Orlean-.
Ss City of Montgomery, at Savannah.
S El Occidents, at Galveston.
Ss Muncaster Castle, at Philadelphia.
Ss Grusholln. at Philadelphia.
S thesapeake, at Halilniore.
Ss San Mateo, at Hoiton.
SAILED roil"" NEW YORK.
St Finland, from Liverpool
S- O.car II , from Kirkwall.
Ss Skard, from lluelva.
St Cristobal, from Cristobal
St Toklwa Maru. from Cristobal
St San Jacinto, from Kty Weil
St Apache, from Jacksonville
Ss Huron, from Wilmlniton, N, C.
. J Clots. Sail.
KroonUad. LtTerpool I 30 A af 13 00 M
Spenser, Mancheiter It 00 M
Canopla Naples 4 CO A M 7 oo A M
Ssnta Marti. Kingston... IMAM 13 M M
silt. I.a Onayra I 30 A U 1 40 P M
Ed. Lrjckenbach, Ancklind 13 CO If
Henry It. Mallory, Gil-
Triton 1 aq P M
JeSerton, Norfolk 3 M P M
Sail To morrow.
United States, reperdiagcn 10 CO A M 2 W P M
Morro Caitle, IltriLa 00 A U 13 00 M
Colon, Crlstobll 1130 AM 3 00 P 11
. Junjulmved Victoria.'
13 00 U
3 00 P M
3 ) P M
13 Hi M
13 M M
3 0 P M
13 00 M
3 00 P tl
1 00 P M
13 00 M
t3 09 M
13 00 31
3 00 P M
3 (10 P M
1.- O) M
I "eni.. i.aro.iooi
't ... , . 'MT.
su', , ' uantii-o
f,1'1 yl$ "is ".."i::
13 SI P M
11 (-1 A M
00 A M
I T. .... -i.-v
:llth. Sin Jusn.
City of St. lul, Ss
vinnih Hiinllton, Norfolk
New Tork, Liverpool .... J 30 A M
Kochambeau, Ilordeaiix.. U ft) M
13 00 M
3 no P M
; no ! M
wrieniijord. Mercen.,., : VI A M
Ssll Glnrslo. Genoa.
I 30 A M 13 (0 M
i: . M
.1 I M.
13 no M
30 A M 13 M M
13 00 M 1MPM
13 00 M 3 00 P M
30 A M 13 00 M
Mesaha, London ...
Carolina. San Juan,...
Metapan. Havana. . .
5 00 A M 11 Ol A M
nrrmudlan. Bermuda.... IMAM 1100AM
12 00 M
I Aunrnitiln, banto Do
, mlnjo 11 30 A M
I oo P M
l: vi M
: oo P M
3 CO P M
Antilles. New nrle.ins.
l"rineeM Anne, Norfolk
El Klo. Galretton
City ef Montgomery, St-
! M T M
3 00 P SI
tleuoa Sent. -I
M ami woe
....London Oct. 3
... Hone n Oct, 3
... 4mtrrdam .. .Oct. 1
... Naplet Oct. 3
... Amterdm ....Oct. t
liar, rlnn.i .,t.-t 4
... ('.ibr iltar Oct. t
.. Honlciux. Oct. 4
.... llav ie Oct. s
...Musca! .Oct t
... tirorzeiciwn.S O.Oct, II
.... li.trcclons ,
.. . Rotterdam
,,,, Havana ..
... Mobile . ...
,. Cnttobal .
. ...Oct It)
.... Oct. It
,.Aniterilmt ...,Oot t
, (ialve.lon Oct It
El P.lso ...
J Camafuey .
London , .
Live t pool
--iii .hi :hi
Ro hciler ,
City of St. Loult
. ..Oct It
.. . II
. Oct I,
. Ocl u
..Oi l. li
. Oot U
. . La P.lllire
... Il ivre
., , Ctlv eton
.. . London
.... Marseilles ...
. ..Krv We.t
train nn.vn ....
i I' X LucUenbacli
llav amo .
City of Kveret!
naehe . .
City ol .Montgomery
. 1 ondou
i vrdift , .
. Hull .
Th, Vu.ert.-nii lln'i Kro oilai, I - . r
o.ilav f.vr t.Uerpool. wi -oie ni.ib -'
Inc ii M '"' '" '.' Hrl.nl,
lrelun-1 Cell, r M..1 only) md '"ii'h frlct
also sp.-. lall) nddre.a .l . oi r. spondrl f"
tillier lo'llltrl s , vi sot ... -loao'. Austria
Hungary. Linoiiiioirt Hulg.irli Serbia
Turkey, th' Nctln rlands. Noiwm. Unwlui
'Ihe Seaiidliinvl in n.erl-.in liner Pnlti
,les illlng t" itoorow (or i 'li-is-1 ni.nn t
will lak, III..I' .-loln: oi lo V. M . foi
orvl .--Willi 11 l-1IIO...U. lb. Neth.'
taint". l. no hi. Aunrl. lliiiri.' I.tnerr
burr. Hulg.irli, iserlda alio "ink.
The While Star Imr I .., ,l.t i.n 'alllos
Frldav for Liverpool, will 'ill- -I" lai'
adilree..d iimll. . loslnr a. h " V1
lllltop. lat'll't 11, -in, an. " -i'a H'lo
xari I.um ml. on, Hole. i. in, m no I'd'
key. lb. .S'l-ilii-rlaii.l. Noiwa. iwi leii an,
Denmark), Aflba, Wen A-l i mil ihe 1-,..'
"''r'lie Flench Unci ltoclnmhe.io 'lI'M-K
Haliirdut for lloiilialix. vlll lak- .mill
i-loalng at noon, inr Pr.ni- . Swu -, i and
Italy. Spain, Pnri.isal. Lxypi. Hn-e lit-.
lib India, HrltNh H.iet fi i-a. SI no l ilia
illbrallor. Ceylon, Su.ii-s ol
llilli'll LlH Ilidlo,. Hi 1 Australia all'
' ''! h' Allierlran linei New tork selllog
Saiurday tor Lliiipooi will lak, ma'
closing at xn A M for Lurop. ,. v i-o
Cerin.ioy. Austria. Ilongai). I ov. inb-itg
llulgarla. Serbia, 'l.irlie., the . b. 'Ui.i.ie
.Norwav. Sweil-oi and Denmark. Africa,
Si ,t , la and ih- llil lliillis, via LH-er-
' Tim Norvvcgl in-Anerl. an ,ti r ll, ic, pi
fiord, salllnr Satuida. to.- Heia o will
lake mill ilii.l" Ki" 'JS.' . M ''I Not
wv. Swiib ii. i, iini.uk "li- sub, '..in. In,
Stvll 'i rlnii.l Russia i lirio.niv . Vusirla,
HiiiiK i' y , l.un nil.ui a Ifulgrl.. s.-ibla and
The Italian llli.-r Sill lil.'lglo. ."lllllig
Saliiiday for io no win iak sp. ol.illy ml.
drrsred mull onlv, i losing nl U A M., fei
Italy, Hw it:rluml and urci. .