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CAR SERVICE IXQUIRY.
DEMURRAGE PROBE, TOO. XJpstate PnhJh: Service Board to Ilold Hearings Throughout State. [By T toThe Trfbune.] Albany, J Jy 30 N??' cea were Bent t<> Bhip pers and ; irera all over the atate by the npstate Publlc Bervlce Commlssion to-day Investlgation of car servica and : begun under the publlc t Under that law tho d has broad authorlty to take up these fcrnportant aubjecta ln every phase, to Investl katte and feo - retrulatlons gov iernir.;; the furnlshlng of cars ar.d their i:se and < ? -.viil be held ln dlfferenl parta of tho i . on desires the at ta of Bhippera and manufacturers with formatlon. The Inqulry will be dl ard learnlng the exatct con <" ? .?:iv. and the partJcular f--.it I i Uroada fall .to meet the de : The Bubj< ct of demurrage . all this questton, wlll i ?..? h attentlon nt flrst, th" under i pursuU i ??? b lowledge which Wlll i faults of the rallroads' ser ? amall consumers and ihe < i rbrftl Ihes abuses Immedlately. tbe flrst subjecl of general Im L up by the upatate commlssion. iQt is one wl l ara here, haa engaged KSen rnoi I ?.-.?i",.:l atudy, ; mlsslon was called ? - ? early ln its i For eeneral years coraplalnta to the l trtiasion had been numerous, , : roduce men and f utlying dlstrtcta of the j ilned as . ? . ln the nutn arta of the t . to let valuable crops f .:.-.. ? ?' ble to ob . facllitlea to pet their , phase of thia I ? shli pera by tho , ? f cars lers In i ?-?-? plalnts bave I . tfcat ;.-... dumped on auch .; f. .ur cars at a j - unloadlng , pay (ieinui, At | ? as whole questJon of pnactlcally of car aer . ?f three as f members are the rallroads. / Y<i:k Car Bervlce As , clty; the W? atei Q jfeOew "i .-iation and the New ?york i rvlce Assoclation. rules governing rallroads, ltion, employ one . :,-. a for all. thus g tho Bhi| ? theh- ada even If he I ? ; - disposal. I t they frequently rs, man ? ? ppers in a certain part of the these Bhippera are not i r do nol - ' '??'? tnus , .:.; Of the 11'' , |y beyond his control. The i idar authorlty to deal wlth this eubject, and l ? ..." all Borts were numeroua pecially. thougb legislation deaJii l^d .-. ? . pers by the c *'s: ; i given that this commlssion has - t to the provia , - t beg tin'.ng . . . rinca wlll be t . general object of su h b? arlnga ; i l . tiona op , In the ? 11 Hatrlct, tl e grii v i c i . ? - Per I ? &*d ;:r' r' " and arrange lt to the moat conciae rderly fonn '?'? atate I imiaalon. ? tbe In g ' purpoa< n da ol com piaint and oftV i A "">'? as t,J ave Bhippera and receivera ol Ing of cara an de UJ f.-. ra 1 ? :n:ish cars with a rea ?onable inxMnptnasa. 0) from failure to forward r dlspatch. led to cover tne , , g] - local agent he permltted for any ...'.. d for 1 aad v . il ao, f< r whai reaao ??? (d) What extenslon of free Un aa. lulry will be aruided by tbe folloaring Buggeatlona: L Beaxinga ?,:: placea In the immisglon. Amplo ?through 'the pol and ir. auol Btanner as la decm?-d moat : 2 Peraona and organirationa dealrlng a hearing fxtuay '??? ? :i ? rttten appllcation : anabl tha oomndsslou to ;.r rango a schedula oC hrarings. I_ p4 , | og t . ; reaent for conaideration any propoeed rule or regidation should fon t, e gaj ? live cori(-a thereot together ajgitH :. ' ? -'.9 favorable ? to Its 4. Bailroaoa pjr.d car aervice mar.apprs wlll he ro QUilt,-< | furniab tabulated Informa 'tlos. regarding tha practlcal worklnKB of tho rulea jnow ln (ores by tha reepective companlea. Any Mgge> ***? dr-sirf'd to be Bupplled by tha \Ta\\f,.:: lanagers ahould be Bub ? c.lttfd ux. a 6. All connnunicationav ln respeet horoto t-hotild r.-fj-r | Mo. "1," nnd be addrossod to tho aatititli --rvlce Qmimlaaion of the M any. -a--? ATCEISON TREASUEY SUPPLIED. jBeport That Road Has Plenty of Ready 2ioney for Present Needs. , An ofiv-iai f.f the Atchiscn suid yesterday thal ifhe comthany had more than (15.000,000 cash |n it, tro ? ' ' 18.000.000 or ?4, 4V?f?,(hKi proceeds of ?' bondj l^sue to Ltockholden . and - not in any im "mediat'i need of mone; H? '?aid that all tl*e Ibonds had been sold to atocklioldars or thoae 'lioldinK th*- "ri^iitf," and that no atopa had A>eea taken as yet to aell the unaubscribed por lion of th-j $a&000.000 1bbu?. There was no truth, he said. in the report that the executlvo committee wlll rawt on Wedneeday to conslder the tale of tiio romalnder of the bonds. It was offleially announced that subsorlptlons for |O^aOO,O00 had been raoatved, and that de layed s-il-HcrlpTlona ndght bring the total close *tii flO.triXi.'lKJO. It in nndenatood that Bome o( tlie asubacrlptlona have heen pald in full. ^S3Y0URFR!ENDABR0AD? anri would you like fo reach him? . . Inquire at the main office of THE TRIBUNE Where no doubt a schedule of his tiip wiil be on fiie. IROX AXD STEEL GAIXS. June Exceeded May in Exports Over 90 Per Cent. Acrorriing to offidal statlstl.-p the exporta of fin labed iron nnd ateel material through New York and otber Eaatern aeaboard pointa Bhow an Increase of more than N per cent compar??rl wlth the pre vioua thlrty days. There were ^8,041 tons of rails, Lillot*, wlre, nails. pipe nnd structural material. ete, COnalgned to foreign rountrles ln June. In May tbe total was but 20.4113 tons. In June of last yi ar the exporta were 29,746 toi.s:. More than eiglit tlmea aa much Iron and ateel was ahlpped through thls port last tnonth aa was handled through Phlla delphla and Baltimore comblned. The exact ton napes w.-re: New York. 34.335 tons; Pbiladelphla, 8,439 tons. and BaltJmore, 1,867 tons. The printlpa] increase lnst month wns ln st. ? 1 raila The leadlng shlpments went to thr- Far Eaat The Bteel billet exports were nll mml- to Ensrlan.l. South Afaica was the chlef buyer of Wlre, whlle nails went ln about equal proportlona to South Arr.erlea ar. 1 Burope. The pl] ?? exporta were rnalnly for Hhiropean account. th June 19,021 tona of steel ralls were b< n abroad, agalnal 10,03? tona In May. For ufo ln the constructlon of the extenalona to the Japanese government rallway syatem ln tl,.- north .'f th Island li.454 tona were aent in three lota. whlle fa w":t lo S-i:;1', Amerlca. For use in the buildlng of a branch of the Mcxli an t'.T.tr.ii 807 tona were ahlpped, whlle 345 tona v. ? r< sent for the Ma i chester corporatlon railwaya an.l a smaller lot for the munlclpal traction system In Glasgow. The Bteel I llleta exp< rta were n total of 2,422 tons, 1,357 tona going to Manchester, In three lota, whlle the balance was eOnsigned ln two shlpments to Llverpool. The foreign consignmenta of wlre, nalla and plpe totalled 9,045 tona laal month, where as they were In May but 4.535 tons. The wlre Bhipments repreaented 3,618 tons in June; 2.725 tona to South Amerlca, 2.032 tona to the Ar ? Republlc. In four !"t-. whlle 120 tons, ln two shlpments, went to Chlll. and Brazil r tl'.n-. lota. aggregating 273 tons. To South Afrlca 341 tona went forward In one lot; 451 tons were Tho toti 1 of wlre nails ehip menta was 1,844 tona. The i Ipe exports repres< nted 3,583 tons, 3.S of whicb went to Burope. Other ahlpmenta were made to the Phillppine Queensland, Japan an 1 Chlli. i if ? ua material, auch as atruc tural et< ?],':? ma. 1 ara ai ? g ilvn nlz< 8,163 1 ina were ahlpped In June, as agalnat 2,105 tona In May. Laal tnonth's exports comprlsed ? structural ateel to Panama and L300 I ? ? bridg. ma terlal to i ":.!?. i T0 TAKE TOURISTS T0 THE 0RIENT. Return of S. G. Tabet. Who Will Make TJp New Parties. Salem Q. Tabet haa returned to this clty tlng a party of tourlsta through Egypt, the Holy Land, Byrla, Turkey, Greece nnd the Mediterranean generally. -Mr. Tabet whlle abroad war, also engaged ln planning novel toura fur the forthcomlng season | of 1907-'08. As luxury, even In countrlea like . Byrla, where railroada are praetlcally unkndwn, ; ls demanded by tourlsts. Mr. Tabet haa made I arrangements for tho comfort and constant en tertainment of those who go with him. Mr. Tabet whlle at Beirut met Salem Ibu el Sa'oud, a powerful prince of the Syrian desert, on his way to pay homage to the Sultan nt Con l Btantinople after a Btinging defeat given by El j Ba'oud to El-Raschld, a i r< ture of the Sultan. j Mr. Tabet's pari ito the utmost j known and acceasibli . < Irieptal countrlea T0BACC0 TRUST WILL NOT GIVE UP. i Report cf Division Into Many Corporations Denied by Officer. iA repreaentative of the Amerlcan Tobacco ? my aaid yeaterd ly that th< re waa no truih in the publiahed report that the company waa J planning to dlvlde the trust-Into nomlnally in t dependent corporatlons, ao aa to meet the ap proval of the government, before the I ,-uit for monopoly comea ui> for trial. "Thla ilcniai can be put down as comlng from Mr. Duke and t.. officiala of the com? pany," he added. "We wlll make anawer I govemment'a complalnt ln the proper ; -. In the United Statea courts." Edwin P. Groavenor, ap< lo the Attorney General, als > doi the truth report. Nelther Mr. McReyi himaelfhnd had. he said. any Inttmation from the tobacco n that it.^ ?* . gers were In a contrlte mood for thelr alleged Bina and wer< r monopoly of th< tobac 'o bu NEBRASKA EXPRESS LAW STANDS. Federal Court Denies Injunction Restraining 25 Per Cent Decrease in Rates. ha, July 20.?Judge Munger, ln tha United Statea Dletrlct Court. to-day, decllned to issue, as aaked fur by the flve expresa com] anl Injunction restrainlng the Btate Railway Com miaalon nnd the Attorney Gen< ral from the en f the law paased by tha Leglslature reducing expreaa rates In Nebraska 25 per ceni from the achedule of January 1. T.hiT. Tha panlea aifected ar< th< Adama, Amerlcan, Statea, Wella-Fargo and Paciflc Expreaa com TENNESSEE 0IL INDICTMENTS STANL. Standard Officers in Indiana May Be Sum moned to Answer 1,524 Counts. Mempbla, July 19.?Judge McCall, of the United States court, dor-lded to-day that the federal grnml Jury which returned an Indlct ment of US2A counts agalnat the Btandunl Oll Company was actlng wlthln Its Jurlsdletlon. Stan? dard Oil attorney* had mndo a motlon to quash tho lnflictmonts, alleglng that the federnl grand Jury of thls dlstriot dld not have the pov.vr to In.llct offlcers llvlng In another Btate, even though tbe alleged crliuos were commltted ln Tennessoo. Thls motlon Judgo McCall haa over ruled. The effert of tho dodsion will bo that offlcers ilvlng in Indiana may ho brought here to testify. The Standard Oll Company was in dlcted for forming alleged lllegal comblnatlons with certain rallroads on frelght rates lo shut off competltlon. e-' THE WEEK'S BANK CHANGES. Julv 13. j-.tiySO. CSutnaea. j,,t1r.s .$1,1<i4,h^V.>"0 $l.l<>B,2do.ooo Ino. 8414,100 p-.tvle . 201.818,000 204.788.800 In.-. 8,900.300 lsp\\ tendwrs. 72.4Tft.O0O 72,587.600 1 >eo. JM.4"0 Uepo?lt? _L07O.758.800 *1.072.901.8O0 ]n:. 2.231,800 Olr'culaUon ... 80.3S1.70O 00,382,300 Inc. 80.800 ?b*nlt?Kl Stataa dcpoelts lncludeil, J27.777.0O0. The followlng ahows the relatlon between tho total reserve and the totul depoaita on the reapec tlve datea: Julv 13. July 20 Cnancea Bpecle. $'_t.l.Sln.u<iO $204,788,800 Inc. 82.050.300 Lttra.1 lemi.rs. 72.740.000 7"A.''17,<H/0 Dea 181.400 Toteli . 1274,867,000 ?l'77.33r..i?00 Inc. $L',7>S.VJOO |jlr?4 ag't devueilta 207.6S9.0.r0 2fi8,247.K!5 Inc. C.*.7,S75 Ro?aive ... Jtl.877.0rH) 88.068,078 Inc. $2,211,025 The followlng art the changes for the correspond. Ing week for the three procedlng yeara: 1906?Loans lncreae.-d t$,4KJM, caab laoraaaad $11,762.000, depoa? ita Inereaaad $^o,807,200, and burplus reaerve in cieaBtd $6,S60,2O0. :no5?l^nana Inereaaad IU, oash lncreased $21, fW, depoaita lucreused $18,380, 606 and surplus renorvo decreased $4,573,300. 1904? Lrfjana incrcanod IIt,$80.600, cash lncreaaed $11,614,700, riepoHlts uicreaaad $2i,273,800 and aurplua reserve lncreaaed $6,046.26<J. The followlng ahowa the relatlon between the re apectlve dalea: July 20. "07. Julv 21. 'Ofl. Julv 22. '00. I?an# .$l.HO.S.V).0oO 61,040.068,700 $1,120,366,700 Fp"i? . 204.708,300 183,066^00 22O.18O.B00 IXKiil tendcrfl.. 72.5()7,n<i0 (57,^09,500 80,108,000 Depoaita . 1,072,801.800 1.044.780,200 1,177.808.300 Clrculatlon .... 60,3>2,3O0 47.003,400 4?.U13,1.>00 The followlng abowfl the relatlon between the total reaerve and the tot/fl dcpo6lts on tho resiiec tive dates: tuly 20, 'c?7. fiperle . $204,768,300 L?gal teniler.. 7^,r.ii7,tiOO Total reF'rv* $277.:;.'!.').!?!?"? T'.tal t a?'I rifiwslta 2a> 247,826 Itc?erv? XORTH CAROLINA CLASII Railroad tndictmcnts Were Issued from Newspaper Officc. Asheville, X. C, July 20.?Argument was re sumed to-day before Judge Pritchard, ln tho ;' 1. ral court, on the wrlt eerved on Sherlff Hunter citing him to appear and answer whether the porsons of Distrlct Passenger Agent Wood and Tlckot Agent Wilson of the Southern Rall ? ay, under ser.tenoe of thlrty days ln the chaln gang for violatlon of the new rate law, are being unlawfully hold. ? / Dlvlsion Counsel Rodman began the argument by aisserting that the jurisdietlon had been as .1 ii d by the Vnltod States Clrcuit Court, that ? ? agenta were selllng tlckets under a decree issued by the fedrral court, and that the prison ers are unjustly held. Counsol for the state con tended that Police Justlee Reynolds, who sen tenced ihe priaoners, was acting within his riirhts and that the agonts should be compellei , to serve their sentenoes or pay finos. It ls be lieved Judge Pritchard wlll not announce hls de cislon un'il Monday. A rule was issued to-day against J. Harmon, >iie of tho profocutlng wltnesses in tho Indlct m? nta against tbe Southern, cltlng hlm to show cause why he should not be attached for con tempt ln failing t<> appear yesterday. when Jus tice Reynolds and others were suminoned to answer charges that the^ndlctments here were planned in :nid issued from the oftice of a local newspaper and that the wltnesses were not \ oluntary. Police Justlee Reynolds, asklng permlssion to rorrecl his orlginal testimony, admlrted that tho [ndictments were Issued from ihe newspaper offlce. Preaident Flnley and General Counsel Thnm of the Southern are Btill here. They have made no move ln the matter <>f the flne of $30,000 1m posed by .Tudge Long, of the state court, at Raleigh against tho Southern. STATEMENT BY FINLEY. Preaident of Southern Defends Right of Road to Test Law. Asheville, X. ('., July 20.?Presldent Flnley of thi Southern Rallway gave out a formal stato inent to-night, bearlng upon tlie railroad casea now before Judge Pritchard, Mr. Flnley, after explaining tha character of the cases. declares Bucb bave from time to tlme been nled ln a large number of states, and have beretofore on In an orderly way to flnal aettlement. He recitea how the publio ls protected by the rallroads giving coupons to purchaisers of tlckets covering the dlfference between the .>M and new paaaenger ratea tix.-i by tha Leglslat ure, an.l the atatement la made that the whola case can be disposed of in a few montha. Jle further saya: "It would seem to be psr fectly plain that if an Indiyidual or corporatlon belleved it<??'i" to b>' ln danger of deprivatlon of iis property by legislatlon it should be al the privllege of having tl ? of tho legislatlon determined ln an orderly method [f ours ls to be a government of law and i man, then surely no lltigant should be deprived .r opp trtunity of Koitnr imo the courta t.. protect hla rlghta. Th . i: ?, ???. ? c pany is bound to protect Its pro] rty, i i ln the . ditors, but also in the Intei ? 1 ? ? l a right and duty to appeal to the law for Ita tion. Ii is not in the rlght or t the i ' that ) ablllty ..f the transp. form the publlc nd In : ? - ? T0 TEST VIBGINIA TW0-CENT RATE. Probable that State Will Deliberately V:o late Injunctioii of Federal Court. ? ? I VS . July - Of preparlng to make . ?. t to i ? A. conl eral an ' B I brlnglng the matter 1 V DEEP SEA FISHING ON THE ANGLER. The . trlpa of tha ateamer .'? Captain "Al" Poater, are belng made daily t> tha banka Many who go do not tii?ii. but t.ik>- tl i Iiik to got away clty'a haal 1 alwaya coolneaa on the banka, and there la no nolae, of courae. It la a trlp that can be repeated wlth pli asure. FOOD ASSOCIATION RESOLUTIONS. N rl :k, Va, July 80. -Tha Aaaoelatloa of Htnto nnd Nat?onal Food and Dalry Departmenta before adjournlng alne dle yaeterday ad liitinns recommending that the guaranty < :.v.:?? ln th. ?t i>.i condai .?.-.. thal the Secretary .r Ag ; ?.?> er and mon< cute vlolatora of the pure i.l laws, and thal aai I tary inapactlon regulationa \>u < packli ughter houaea A Btandard was adopted to prevent tho u tn preaei vatlvea and ln blending of bi.iiltuous iiquora PENNSYLVANIA BANK CLOSED. Washlngton, July 10.?The Farmers' Natlonal Bank, of Boyertown, Penn., was ordered <!'.s.-.i t.. day by ih<* Controller of tho Currency upon a re? port of Bxamlner Bingham abowlng lt to l>e in BOltsent J. W. Scofleld, bank examiner, hns been appolnted recelver. Tho bank hau u capil $60,0 0. Boyertown, Penn, July 10.?Tbe <-i<-ining of the Fnrmers' Natlonal Hank iiero. while no surprlae in well Informed clrclea, craated a aenaatlon. .?? v araJ montha ago the dlrectora of tho Inatttutlon accepted the realgnstlon ?>f M. I,. Hartman, who for a number of years was caabler <>f the imnk. The troubln is sttld to have been cauaed by tho caabler grantlng loana without proper aecuiity, a i CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. Chioago, July 80.?The marked Improvament re? ported ln tho crop tdtuation ln tha northweatarn part of thia country cauaed a weak market ln wheat to-day nnd prloea decllned aharply. At the close Sfiiteinjjer wheat was l-'ic to l ^e lower. Corn was down %c to %/a. oats were off V Proviaiona were ttya to Imo lowar. . The wheat market, save for a slight firmneaa at tho Immediate opening, duo to flrm cablea, was weak all day. Througbout the aeaalon tired nnd dlaguated longa dumpad linei of wheat on the tnar k.-t. At no tlme durlng the aeaalon was tho aupport alde to nmet tho selllng prassura, S>> many re? ports were received frota the Northwest telllng ?.f tha linproved and lmproving condltlon of tb," crop that many holdera were fearful <if earrying their Wheat over Sunday. From tho Southwest eame ro porta of elear weather and a pradiction of a re newal of offorlngs of cash wheat This, adii-;d t.. tho weakneBB und the strlko at the ore ahlpping porta, waa also a w^akenlnK fartur. it belng thought ln Fome quartsra thnt lt portended a tle-up in the lake ahlpping. Tho cloaa found ihu market weak, Beptember opaned ^ic lower to fec bigher at 82%c to 93o. aold btttween 91'4c and !)3e, aiid cloaed at H!,c to-id^c. t'learanees of wheat an.l Hour were equal to 192,000 bushela I'rlm.iry r^. eii^ts wera 687,000 bUShela against 1,104,000 bushela on tha same day last year. Mlnneapolla. I)uluth and Chl cago reported reeelpts of 292 cara, agaiiiBt 2b3 cara lust week and 611 cars laat year. The weakneas of the wheat market and the con? tlnued flne weather for the growing crop produeed weakness ln tho cotn market which lasted through- j out the day. September opened a ahade to ?jc to %o lower at 62Vje to 52?4c uold between 62o and i BftfcO and eloeed weak at 62^c. Local recelpta were i 231 oara, wlth 22 of contract grade. The bulls ln oata Bold out their holdinga through- j out the uesslon, but the Uquldatlon was not aa ' heavy as ln wheat, and the market held better than I either wheat or corn. The general run of the crop j news wns favorable to condltlon of the crop. Sep- j teniber opened a shade to V?c to 14c lower, at K%c to 3S'2e. sold between Z"mc and 38V2C. and cloaed at | 38c. Local reeelpts were 113 cars. Trading ln provislons was dull, but prices held : falrly flrm, conslderlng the weakneBs of the grain j marketa. Packers were falr buyera of pork and aome lard was taken for export. September pork ? Cloaed V&C lower at $1617'.. Lard was down ! Ti.jc to 10c at *910 to $912. Ribs were 2>^c to 5c ' lower, at $8 b7Va to $S 70. Eatlmated reeelpts for Monday: Wheat. 58 caj^s; ooro, m cara; oau, l* caraj baga, i?,vAM baaaV^ I OCEAN ZEPHYR3 COOL SWELTERERS. Oriental and Manhattan Beach Hotels Swarmed with Comfort Seekers. The depressing humidity of New York Clty : last week did rftot extend to Its ocean suburb. I The days have been cool and pleasant. and solld I comfort was the rule at the Oriental. The ; dcmolition of the .seaslde theatre between the j Oriental and Manhattan Eeach this spring has left a line and unobptrueted ocean view for both | hotels. The theatre parties which formerly I wendcd their way to the playhouse after the ! flreworks every evenlng now find amusement | by gatherlng at the end of the porch overlook I ing the flreworks inclosure and witnessing '. Pain's aerlal display without cost of admission. ! Among those enjoylng this performance were ! T. J. Oakley Rhinelander. Berry Wall. Mr. j and Mrs. Gllbert Colgate. ex-Judge T>. Cady ' Horrick, Edward Lauterbach. Mr. and Mrs. | Augustus Field. Commodore M. T. Davidson. i Marahall Stearn and V. P. Snyder, of the Na i tional Bank of Commerce. Among the poUttclana at the hotel were Son ] ntor Platt. former Senator Warner MUler and I former County Chalrman Lauterbach. The flshlng in front of the Oriental thls year has been unusually good, although the bluefisli are not yet running. Amateurs flnd as much enjoyment tn hauling in fluke and blackfish as if they were balting liveller game. The, best catch of the week waa made by Mr. Arial La throp. the Albany philanthroplst. It was a ten-pound blackfish. which he at once expressed to the Fort Orange Club. at Albany. with hls compllmenta. A party of Japanese visltors at Pain's flre? works on Wednesday evenlng, when the old war tunea were played during the rendition of "Sheridan'a Ride." sent a wrtttan request to tho management thnt the baod be requestcd to play tho favorite national air of Japan. They sald they had beard it during the performance of the prevloua year, which was called "The Bom I bardment of Port Arthur." Thelr request was granted. TO MAKE IMPROVED STEEL RAILS. Carnegie Company Will Rehabilitate Edgar Thomson Piant at Cost of $2,000,000. Plttaburg. July 2'"'. -Announcement is made that the <'artiep;ie Steel Company Is to rehahilltat. wm pletely th? Kdjtnr Thernaon ateel plant la Braddocb j.t a i'"sr of ajiout |8,000.6M In addltlon to the Inetallatton of en?dnes for the Kenf-ratli.n of fuel gas from tha blaat furn.-utea It ls aald to h* the bstentton so to change the rrorrss of rolllng ralls that lt is believed lt wlll overooma mu'-h of the cause for <-r.ryirlalnt lately mnd? by rallroad rompnnies. Two drastic and radiral '?hnna.-s are to i.e made in the proCBBa, <">ne is the doubling of the slze of the infft moulda used for eaat Ing th* ateel Ingoti from whicb the ralls are rolled. The other ls the operatlon of the plants wlth eledrrtc power. It la alao the purpoae of the company, tt ls sald. to bufld open hearth ? I furnlah ralls of tl.flt St< ??! a !.f n d( Mrr.l RAILROAD SUPPLIES COST MORE. Buppliea which mual b< purebaaed by a railtoad . ?? more th;s y,>,,r. B of pr'.res pald thla year by the Pennsylvanla Rnilmad O nv pald Inst year Wlll BboW Steel have lncreaaed t, bronse bearlnga i.r. per cent, coppei ..;??? ? ? ; . r . ent. Braaa .'iu-i tln have each t er cei I r cent, ra:l r anl - . J. A. BLAIR LEAVES C. OF G. i A. 1 r. It waa U?a rni . ^<\a re ? ? ? -. f the i 'entral of ? ? ignatlon tv-as U ?? ? ? . ' ?- hendel by i'.k'-:. '? J. ] MARINE INTELIIGENCE. MINIATT RE Al.MANli.' 1:4 ? ? M l:l2|Mooa*i ?*re n J1I..1, WATER ' '?" ? lell Oata ?'? aa t INCOMING STEAMERS, TO :< \ v. , Un?. . . | - r l*. .......N v & i n ? ["urk'e Wland July 13...... * I . . I ar. July 8 ._ .-. Pl lirt-rt. . . ? 18 l ' . inly 16.Ward MONDAY. .'1 I.Y 23. ? . ' ' ? Uy 11 Heytl^July 16 . .Han \ a Bt I H ' i.H i \ ? I .\ntw. >rp, Jnly 13 . | El Mar.New ? |1 Pectflj .Qelv< it n. J :> 1 rt .... lu.y 12....... .\> ? Rrunewtck, July 18..... Clty of M .... ' .?. Barannab. Jul) l.> .8a TCESDAY, JI'I.Y 23 Wtlhelm II..BT. ...N fl Uoj 1 II. ?. ? .. r. July 13 s m<l \ ? i '/. llld . 'l. i ? -. . 1 ( I ? ti . I - La - >sr<*. . ..' l.-ii .... Jul\ ? : WEUNESDAY. .III.Y 2\ 17 V, >.'? ? .11. \ , Cr?l.JhNaple. Jul 1.1 Moekva .M: itt. . am. Jul] U ... Oermanla.^ 11 . r,,,.. Provencla. i.V rall ,? Julj 12 . Fi Cuthbert. 12 Phoenlx ?Urlng.s maU OUTGOING STEAMERS. Mt?Nl>AY. .tri.Y XX Veaaei mr Unr. iTall cloaaa aaita. -. <"..li.n. Panatna .II:30 am 8 Comanche, Ja kaonvlile, cij le. - 3 iw r> m TUBSDAl .ni.Y 28. F der ?lr. we. Brem*n, N >; Lloyd |. , .? Rralna -11 Italla, n?,m-< Lloj i .-., , " c?i! . Llverpool, Wlrtte Stai ........ WEDNESUAT. .III.Y 24. >, Botithamptr.n, Whlt? Star. . 0:30ara lAOOan ' >? Hamb \i.i . I'-.hi -, ,,, 2 Korona, Trloldad, Quel.cc .l-::".n i> in 3-OAnm Ryndam, Kotterdam, Holland Am. - ^ ,k,', .' Iruquuln. Jackaonville, Clyd. .. ., -[ ,,, '., ". Antlllea, N-a Orloani 8c paclflc .... . 12:00m TRANSPACIFIC MAIL8. D??tlnatlon nmi ateamar, ciiwe ln New Tork. Knuiiii. Japan, Corea, Chuv nmi Phil Ipplna isi.in.in t\in Baa Prao tocol ,/''""?. tulv 2T. fiOfVp m Hawatl (vti Baa Franclaco) -Alameda..July 38i tt uu i> iu llawaii, Qnan and Pblllppbta lalanda tvia Ban Eranctecoi r a uvnaport ..Jury 31, 6;00p-n?i .iftiN.ii. .'wi,-.i Chtna and Phlllpplni lalanda >\m Vancouver and Vlctoi , I( '"' Empreai of Chlna .iuajttst 1 6 n m Tahltl and Mar^ueaaa Ulanda (vla B rrancbroo) Uarlpoaa.Am>, , i. ,; ,, ,u Hawall, Japan, Corea, Chlna nnd Phlllpplne lalanda .vla ^>u! Pran .?'?.., Manehurla .Vusuat .1, |D. Australla I ? Vew Z ? .1 mr. Samoan IsIanJa, Fljl lalanda and New CaleUonla (vla Vancouvei and Victorta, "^ 11 < ?>- Uanulu.\.:is:iut II ,:. SHIPPING NEWS. Port of New York, Saturday. July 20. 1907. AiUUVED Bteamer Hamllton, Boaa. N'awport Newa and Korrolh to th? old l?..ii.lnlnn atearoihlp Company. wlth pai aivi mdae. i..-tt yuarantm* al i.m> p m Bteamer Ovld (Br), Cubltt, Antofacaata \i.rll 13 t? 1 ;'io!";1'?1l,UV"' * """ '""^ A;lhe"' ?' "'?" Bltt at Bteamer OaMe .Hn. Bambletoa. Uverpeol laW n Hr,i Queenstown 12. te tbe Wtalte Star Ua? wlth 408 cabln ?nl i.lrt .Mteeiaae pnuenicern an.l mdae. \rrlvf,| ,. ... Kar nt tt a m anl ancherad In thlck r..K Bteamer i^? Bavole (Fr), Polrot. Havre Jurj l.i tn the Compaaale Qenerale Tranaatlaatlque. with 268 cabtn and 7so in.,-r,-iR? paaaanawra, mmla and mdsr Arrh.?l a. ,..J Bar at 10:08 a in at ,l,p Steamer Vlrulnla (Ital). Pe lA IVnn. <1enoa Julv 4 \ir. FhiH a and Naptoa 7. t,, C n Rtehardafi <".. wlth 28 ,'?i'n f<n,i 868 ateeraca nasaeng^rs and mdae Arrlved at the in at 2 i> ni. Stoanirr ReKlna d'ltalla (Ital). 1 >.- Nlarl .;.-n..u Inlv 1 Ncple* 3 and Culerrn.. 6, t,, Ceaara Contl win, lo ,.-.,.." . and TS6 Bteeraca paaacngers an.l mdat Arrlved al the Bteamer I.u.ania (Br). i;;irr. Uverpeel .inlv u .m,i Queenetown 14, t.. the I'unanl Btearaahlp Comnanv mSi -..:? .ul.ln and 667 ste*rn?:e paasenaura. malls ?nd m,lL.' Arrlvrd at the Bar at :i 18 p m ana m,lstv Steamer Patrlcla ol^r). MaKln HamMirg and riou loRne July 7 and Ptymouth 8; to tbe Hambunt \merir.n Mne. wlth 286 .-ahln and 1.2.1 ?teeraw, SSSeMera^ mdae Arrlved at tbe Bar al 4:4.'. P ,? Bteamer Cltj M Atlanta, Bmltb, Savannaii luly 17 ., the Ocean Ba Oa, wlth rafanigera an.l inda.-. Left o.iae-' antlne at 11:20 a m. Wiav Steanier Callfomle (Fr). L'Heveder. Havre July 6. to i Ihe Conijiatnlo OcueraJajTrBaaatlantt^iie, wlUi jpr ?i??r- ' )tern Brother: Women's Summer Dresses At Greatly Reduced Prices L1NEN COAT SU1TS IN VARIOUS STYLES. ALSO WHITE AND ^.EMBROIDERED MULLS, BATISTE, NET AND LACE DRESSES. Also To-morrow PRINCESS. TWO PIECE AND JUMPER GOWNS. of Batiste, Dotted Mulls, Figured Swiss WtJaM fl 1 1% HAXfo and Plain Lawns, at *7.3U?, U *?./??, U4^V a large variety in Linen and Poplinette. S2.S5, 3.50 to 7.95 SUHHER VYRAPPERS AND KlflONOS of Challies, Albatross, Dotted Swiss, g., ?s - =?- = *g 9 ?"l Plam and Figured Lawn, * 11.^5, O.Z45, S~6D, OU>*J Reduced from $3.75, 6.50, 8.75 and 1475 Hlgh Grade French Waists At Decided Reductions $114.50, 119.50, 25.Q<0> and 2*5.50 Former Prices $21.50 to 45.00 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' WAISTS OF LINEN. BATISTE, MADRAS AND LAWrt, at $11.98, 2.75, 3.5-0) and 3.95 Cholcest Importecl Parasols At About One-Half Original Prices ^6.75, 9.75 to 18.75 Formerly $12.75, T9-75 to 42-5? And in addition Plain Taffeta Si!k Parasnls, in a!l desirablc eolorings, S1? CB also Checked Taffeta SUks, \ alue $2.73. -?>5 Emhroidcred Porgce Silks, extra quality Plain O Qg Taffeta, also black and white effects, value $4.50 ??.*%? An Important Sale of Women's Undergarments Considerably Below Regular Values Petticoats, HAS, 2.35, 2.58 Night Gowns, Hfc H-35, t.85 Corset Covcrs, * S8c, 1.39, 1*99 Chemisos, 85c, 1J9, ?.55 Drawers, 69c, !.!5, 1*49 Linen Department A SPECIAL OFFERING OF SCOTCH DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS, NAPKINS, LINEN SHEETS, PILLOW CASES AND TOWELS. Table ) 2x2 yds., ?2.03 2x2-2. s2c60 2x3, tjjf Clotha [ - -"?'--:-? 3-39 2^x3, _ j ) Breakfast size. Doz., ?2 C'J Napkma j lMrner Slze 2,?2 ) Singfe, Pair $3.50, 4,65 Hemst.tolied Linen Sheets J PoubIe . 4Jr^ g>? Hemstitched Linen Pillow Cases, 22x36, Fr. \2f. 1JM Dimity Bedspreads. Kach 3.2C, Hiu'k Towels, hemstitched or scaDoped, T>ez. 2,~f, 4=23 Exceptional Values in* Misses' & Qirls1 Snrmmer Apparel Misses' Jumpcr Dr Cbambray. Linen, F. m ?? _ ?=. jrrs, aSoafl '", Herctoforc $4-5 ta 12.73 Misses' Tailored Suits ol Imported Rrpp & Liw <?* M --* ->s Bojc and Semi fittcd Coat, pleated skirt with fold, ? ?.99 14 ?S: :f. jrrs, Fonnerrj $10.50 to 1&50, Gtrls* Washable Dresses, ut Qvaunbrays Faacjr gy- m , = ? Checks and Pbids, FormerJy $2.75 to o>go, w - ???' *? ~.-3 Misses' and Girls' Skirts, ol Importcd R<tp and Lmcn. r>> 1 3 model with t >ld, lengl 1 ins, Herctoforc (4 *?" West 1 w e n t v - t !i i rd Street Help Wanted Male. | Help Wanted- Male. MOTORMEN WANTED. PAY AT RATE OP $2.25 TO $2.60 PER DAY. Wages higher than on any other street railway. Able bodied men wanted. between the ages of 21 and 40 years. to act as motormeu on the street cars of New York city. Men are paid at the rate of $1.10 per d:iy for eiitire period of instruction. CONDUCTORS WANTED. PAY AT RATE OF $2.15 TO $2.15 PER DAY. Wages higher than on any other street railway. Able bodied men wanted, between the ages of 21 aad 40. to act as con ductors on the street cars of New York city. Applications for above positions must be made in person at the company s oftice. 153 West 50th st.. on any weak day. from 8 A. M. to 9 P M. NEW YORK CITY RAILWAY CO.. Lessee Metropolitan Street Railway System. u.,-. paaaensen and md* \nUei at the Bar at mid ahcht r.Mh tntl an. I m d I Bteamer Homvr (Br?, Jantea New Otleane July t;t. t,-> Buak 6 i.-M'ii-. in ballaal Left Quaranttne al l- ."?"? p aa st.-.uii.t-1'...nn... Daltor Ponc? Julj li. ;,, iba New Yorh and Pwrto Rleo Bteamahtp Com| ?ny. with 193 pu> muil!- and mdae Arrlved al tha I'.ir at 7 p m. Bandj H,*.k. N t. Julj -">? 8 .:<> j. m Wtnd flaa. cloudy and tM S.UI.KO Bieamiri PhUa4ebjkbla, nnnthaaapatta w.\ rivin.mth ?nd Cherbourg; Zeeland (br), Aatwarp vla Dover; Meaaba tliii. London; K-.mria iltn. l^vWpeol v|a Queeaalown Neckar (Oer), Napl.a anl Qeana; Arcadla (Oerx, ll.iin t.uiK. fltti .11 Mtl.in.i iltall. Naplra and Genoa; Ast.-ria (Br), uiiatM. STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS. Uverpooi Ivrj ii? ?BaJtlc (Br), Raaaea, \>w York vat Qoeenatown; canipanta (Br), Dow, nv? Yeeb vla Queenatow n Boulogne, Julj 80, - a tn BkaMadBMi ,i>ut,hi. riruinama Naw York tor Rotterdam vla h..u1.>kh? Plyni-utn. July Jt>. 2.2? p m Si Umla. Jamlann New York for t"h<rb?urg and Boutbamptaa .and pro.eedeJi A.i.-n. July 20- Norman Prtare (Br), Davte. Y?k>>haina HI..K... Kucblnouu, Sbangli.il. Dwltotel H..nR Kona Btaaawara and sahan* bw (few Yeaa Alalera. Jul) 18 Frankljrn <Hr?. Bptatt, New Yeeb Bti Manll... et. TaUu LUr. July K> -lludM.ii . Hri. riBUB New Vnk baplea. July 18?Buropa (Ital). Mascaxzlnl. New Iwa Xvrf UenvMk, *? aj vi,.ia..?. ,iui> M ? p a? rajBaaai la*? c*1 r..r si .You. a*c ? >- va? Total 11..rr Kuaa. Jutj .? vla maaapora. etc .n..t is |,'f;'r". , p-p,, saw Toaa > it.,N hatj I aatla im\ w? vla .'.?,?.' Town. aat _ .?,_? LivarpooL Mnntraal. julv .V CaWaaCM ???. FI. Warlna. Uv?T~ aaaaaaa Jacj st s a ..i vaieruni iB>i?>. ?sr? V,.rW \U Paajar. ., _-v- ? N?* Ilavn-. July -"?> ft P ??-*? T-uraln. iF*?. W laaaaaTjatj aft M. ? m-Vadarl.n.l tBal*. ? ifroni Aatwavp), Naw Taah. _ - - \,? YoraV Laaataa, Jui> ? MlaaiBajMa .Br> '??",? tfrom !*?? Huanoa Avraa. July IT furlay .Rr?. BatK?r I'.r.mon. Julv ll?. '.? B m Rhen *?**?. ?>"? Halllmore. .. ?.,_. .from G*no? ??? raawaaa Jacj 17 tftaaatta tftaatl aaaaatal <>"? WaajlK N>? York . .-_, Robarta. X?* Tor* Vlratntan ?Br>. Vlpon.l. ?;'",r'*'rle. uwdon. ?T aHailriat Julv ? aTaaarafn t?>? .fiTL. Erle ??*> ni.ni. n lBr>. Mandua. Uvery^J- ^J UHkkaa. Cajaj, uuiuaal. aaaaaaai iBr>. i*h?w?. PASSCD. t buBbbbT Parini. July aawLaaaaa <?*\*^.? ta** v..,_ Ka.val. lul aa Prin.-as baaa ??*? Yo,k. for Napl*. -.:..l .i.n?a ^SLaaf* fcctlbr. .'niy aa taaraaaaan '??*_??, 3,?rk. ir for Mamburi; urlSimnu IBr'' ?iU*. fv>r Haora anJ. KJUaa