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STANDARD'S ANSWER Company Says Ten Thousand Men Would Hax-e to Keep Rate "Secret" Th« Standard Oil Company gave out yesterday 'the following statement In regard ******£ ••rnment's suit, the hearing of which has been. 'tor a time, transferred to Chicago: The standard attorneys, through •a V Feitor who Is at the head of the o T .?i nQar . a . * wmmwm ™lh** H«.k X J . the distance being practical^ th So S *rnu e eh ha* been «ald about preferential rates and atacHmlnation-i enjoyed by the St»n^f o ° v^ competitors that the testimony in re* to the ! "urnW of railroad men that woul «»J«^' to be involved in *uca a conspiracy is «tHk.ng .It was shown that at least five men .. o .»* a 5!} ] .[i on road would have to know of the discrimination The% are "104 railroads carrying oil for the BatniNlM at least 10,000 men through out the country would have to De trusted to keep eU The%T« P a e C n' a^m^under^andlng about the Standard's *uppo*ed domination In me country s •apply of tank cars for moving oil. .Ci"l ou*'; the 'areest relative number *«****•*** th«* «t«Tioard was as long ago •«.*«»•.'-*«■ tne fjtaadnrd conrn^tlons had a total of ,2 per cent .no the competitors 8S per cent -'^Bed. until the Standards L^wrr. January ". 190 S. 'ww barely 51. leavlnc 49 per cent owned and operated by others. The Insignificance of petroleum, as a commo dltv for railroad freight, was clearly shown by a series of tables, starting- with the tors of freight originating on the railroads of the United States for "year ended June SO. 1904. amounting to the a*tonl*hlng total of 641.680.647. ,„,,.„_ In this tahle there Is included as •petroleum «nd •her oils" only 4.809.349 tons Ellm nat ing the "other oils." there Is left as the total for Petroleum by Itself less than 3.600.000 tons, of which the Standard and Its connections furnished about 2.310.000 tons, or 86-100 of 1 per cent. In a word, 1n every 10.000 tons of freight moved there was only 36 tons of Standard Oil petroleum. . HERRING TO TEST AEROPLANE. Will Take Machine to Washington on Mon day to Exhibit It. A M Herring, the aeronaut, -who has been work ing for severa4 weeks on an aeroplane ln his shop m.' No. 1931 Broadway, announced yesterday that hi? machine was ready, and that h« would go to "Washington on Monday to" exhibit It. Mr. Herring sale that he would ask the. army signal corps ofß.^rF. who are to observe the terta. to hold them on Pome place other than the Fort Myer parade grounds. The sharsp turns would, he said, subject the machine to unnecessary strain. Some of th« turns ■ -'id have to be made at a forty-mile rat*. ' Mr. Herring's machine Is lljrht*r than the on«» vsed by OrviUe Wright during: the disastrous test last month. The engines weigh only thirty -nine pounds, but are capable of generating 40-horso power. The total weight of the machine Is two hundred pounds. The Inventor said he would take no passengers with him until he had thoroughly letted his aeroplane. "THE" ALLEN S WILL PROBATED. Surrogate Beckett Hears Evidence of Con testants for $300,000 Estate. The contest for the $300,000 estate left by "The" Allen before Surrogate Beckett yesterday whs brief. Relatives sought to break th© will on the ground that undue Influence was brought to bear or. the testator by Minnie T. Osthelm, now Mrs. Owen*, the granddaughter and adopted daughter of Allen. to whom he left all his property. A Welles Stump, the lawyer who drew up the will five years: ago. Testified that Allen was of sound mind at the time and That he was under no re straint or duress. Thomas Glllei-an, a lawyer and one cf the witnesses, testified to the authenticity of the flpnaturp of Albert M. Fa!k. now dead, who ira; ai6o a witness to the will. On the presentation of this testimony Surrogate Beckett refused to prant the postponement asked by counsel for the contestants and admitted the will to probate. The contestants have a year In which to bring suit in the Supreme Court. MRS. HORNER NOT INDICTED. The Suffolk County Grand Jury. It was announced yesterday, Trill not hand down any Indictment in connection with the shooting of Dr. James W. Simpson, supposedly ny Mrs. Hartley T. Homer, his mother-in-law, at Northport last summer. Dr. Simpson was before the grand Jury yesterday. After he had been freed from the charge of killing Hartley T. Homer. hie father-in-law, he tried to •enter the home of Mrp. Homer and was shot by loot one within. NEW WATER RECORD TO GALVESTON. The new Mellory liner Brazos, which left New •York on October S for a record run to Galveston, arrived there at 8 a. m. yesterday, breaking the coastwise record to that port by about twelve liours. A dispatch telling of her run was received by the company yesterday. The Brazos covered the course of MM miles in 4 days IS hours and 40 minutes, maintaining an average epeed of 16% knots an hour. The entire run was made through adverse weather conditions, and It Is believed by representatives of the builders, who were on board, that the Brazos will make even better time on future trips. //is. Evan body seeras to want «^f 0 one of our Hand^x. • some Pictures of I«* b n l W. H. TAFT and we have had to order them by the thousands to fit! the demand. Have you sent in your six cou pons yet ? If not, do so at once to f)ept. "C", Sew York Tribune, and we will send you FREE, mailed flat in a safety mailer, postage pre y paid, \ A HANDSOME BROMIDE INTAGLIO PLATE iffe* X.PHOTOGRAVURE "Worth^s^^ 50c. in dny >w Art Store." Xjr/* It i iiuikio on top of •.i-.onJ W JEROME GIVES REASONS. Tells Why He Refuses to Prosecute Thaw in West Chester. In the form of a letter to District Attorney Wins low of Westchester County. District Attorney Je rome pave hss reasons yesterday for not taking part m the romin proceedings in Westchester County before Justice Mill* looking to Harry K. ThaWs release from Matteawan. The letter an swers a decision by Justice Mills on Wednesday wherein he said he paw no reason why the cape ■hould not be tried In Westchester, and that Mr. Jerome should prosecute It. At the outset Mr. Jerome says. "It is with great regret that I am compelled to differ" with Justice Mills, and then he quotes that part of his decision In which he says: "The legal question presented by these proceedings Is simply this: Has the term of that (New York County) commitment expired?" Mr. Jerome says that to the lay mind this decision Is calculated to male "a very unjust and unfair Im pression" regarding his actions. The District At torney says Justice Mills has "entirely miscon ceived' th« proceeding when he characterizes It as "an 'assault' upon an order, or decree, made in New York County by Justice Dowllng," on Mr. Je rome's motion, whereby Thaw was committed to Matteawan. There was no appeal from Justice Dowllng's order. Mr. Jerome says, and the "as sault" on It had to be made by a writ of habeas corpus. This was done, he explains, before Justice Morschauser. .and he successfully defeated the "as sault." It was also done before Justice Mills him self, Mr. Jerome says. The District Attorney then takes up the ques tion: "Is Thaw now Insane?" "This Is a question," he says, "which does not In the slightest degree concern or affect the validity of Justice Dowllng's order to constitute any 'assault' upon it." He quotes this order and says that as the presc-ru proceeding is brought under the civil code, and the writ was aJlowed In Westchester County, '"the Justice could have legally and properly proceeded without any notice to me " Mr. Jerome admits he "must sustain the validity of Justice Dowling'B order wherever and when ever 'assaulted.' " He has done this, he says, but, he continues, "the execution of such decree is an other matter end Is Intrusted to the Superintendent of Matteawan. acting In cunjunctlon with Justice Dowllng." If Thaw Is row sane. Mr Jerome says, it is the superintendent's duty to certify the fact to Justicn Dowling. As the superintendent is a de fendant In the present proceedings. Mr. Jerome ar gnes that It Is the duty of the Attorney General to net as counsel for him, and by a section of the executive law it also becomes his duty "to prose cute and defend all actions and proceedings In •which the state Is interested." Finally, he holds that the press of business in this county makes it hie moral duty to handle cases here. And then he adds that there are two Justices here who are familiar with the case and could handie It quickly. Mr. Jerome quotes prece dents for the transfer of the proceedings. His final point is that he can get no money to conduct the case in Westchester CORTELYOU'S THANKS TO MR. FISH. Praises Work of Retiring Assistant Treasurer —Many Seek Office. The following letter from Secretary Cortelyou has been received by Hamilton Fish, who has re signed as Assistant Treasurer of the United States, in charge of the New Tork Sub-Treasury: I have Just received from the President your resignation, to take effect on the 31st inst.,* to gether with a copy of the President's letter of ac ceptance. I want to take this opportunity of expressing to you my appreciation, as head of this department, of your services as Assistant Treasurer at New Tork. During the financial disturbance of last fall, particularly, you were of the greatest asMsrnn.'e to the department and to the publio in so handling the work of yo::r office as to meet fully and promptly th» extraordinary demands made upon it. "With personal regards and b^st wishes for your success, believe me, very sincerely yours. GfiORGE B. CORTELTOr. No intimation has been received In the financial district as to who will succeed Mr. Fish. Many bankers in this and other cities have made strong representations In favor of George W. Marlor, Deputy Assistant Treasurer in the Sub- Treasury, to the post. He has been at the Sub- Treasury for forty-three years. Dispatches from Washington yesterday stated that trffl name was among those being considered, the others being Major Hale, alsn of the NVw York office; ex-Sec retary J. H. Edwards, M. C. A. Consort, Assistant Secretary Coolldge and Charles H. Treat, I'nited States Treasurer. WON'T CHANGE QUEENS FOREMAN. John F. Mclntyre Then Makes New Motion to Discharge Grand Jury. "I see no reason, Mr. Darrln, why this court should make a substitution in the person of the foreman of this grand Jury. There has been nothing brought to my attention to warrant a change In the gTand Jury. Of course. I have heard rumors, but there has been no motion by counsel to have William K. Williams, jr., the present foreman of the grand Jury, ousted and another foreman select ed in his stead. I made Mr. Williams foreman of the grand Jury after careful deliberation, and 1 cannot see any reason fnr making a change now." With thene words Justice Garr^tson. in the Su preme Court, Flushing, disposed yesterday of th<* request to have another foreman substituted for Mr. Williams. District Attorney I'arrin told the court that he had received a communication from John F. Mrlntyre on Wednesday urging that Mr. Williams was Ineligible to serve en any grand Jury that would hnve to '•■insider the crs« of < ";ip taln P*ter Kalns and his brother, T. Jenkins Hams, for the murder of William E. Am.is. Mr. Mclntyre set forth In this letter that Mr. Williams was a close friend of the Annis family and that he was bussed. There will bo another hearing to-day on a motion by Mr. Mclntyre that the entire grand Jury is biassed. ITALIAN NEWSPAPERS WIN SUITS. Charges of Criminal Libel Brought by Labor Bureau Manager Dismissed. Magistrate Welsh dismissed yesterday the charges of criminal libel that have been pending for several months against Giovanni Vlcarlo and Felice Tocci. jirnprietors, respectively, of "IVAraldn Itnllano" and "Li'Eco dl Italia." The charges were made by Dr. G. E. dl Palrr.a Oastiglione. manager of the Labor Information Office for Italians at No. 69 La fayette street, which is a semi-official bureau of the Italian government, receiving from the latter i_ yearly subsidy of 120.0T0. Magistrate Walsh held that the articles com plained of were a proper public criticism of a pub lic institution. He said also that, though the ar ticles might seem to reflect on an Individual, they did not Justify Dr. dl Palma's complaint against the editors, who. he said, were primarily attacking a system. THIRD DISMISSAL FOR STEPHENSON. For the third time Captain John T. benaoa has been <Jlsmiesed from the police force. His dis missal yesterday caused no surprise, as such action by Commissioner Bingham had been rumored since his trial before Deputy Commissioner Hanson on charges of failure to maintain discipline arid belnjj absent from the station house from midnight to 6 a. m. for six months. He was attached to the WilliamsburK Bridge squad. WOULD HAVE EAST SIDE BOY POLICE. A delegation of twenty members of the Federa tion of Jewish Organisations called on Police Com missioner Blnpham yesterday to obtain his co operation !n the suppression of vice In the Ghetto. They suggested a Junior police force, to he recruit ed from th* l>oys of the lower Bast Bide who will use their knowledge of the neighborhood and Its criminals to aid in th« fight. The deicgntes ■Off- K.M.-.i that the Commissioner invest tills Junior force with proper authority, a badge to be the Insignia of membership. Commissioner Btagham said the suggestion was worthy of serious con* ld . eratlon. BOY KILLED IN MOTORCYCLE RACE. Washington. Oct. 8.-In ■ motorcycle race nt Burke, Va., to-day, James Connelly, cl Washins ton, eighteen y-ars .], ran Into a post and re ceived injuries which resulted in his death a.: the Emergency Xic-a^ltai In this city. NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1908. ARMY AND JSAVY NEWS Efficiency of Quartermaster Criti cised. [From The. Tribune Bureau.] Washington, October 8. MILiTARY DEFECT FOUND.-Colonel M. P. Maus. 20th Infantry, who is temporarily In com mand of the Department of California, and in that capacity has charge of the army manoeuvre camp In that section of the country, has reported to the War Department that the preparations for the movements of troops to the camp have disclo ed the fact that quartermaster supplies ami means of transportation have not been kept up to a proper standard of efficiency. Colonel Uaua -ay. he found it necessary to issue a sharp reminder to the post commanders and others who are responsible for the proper and thorough supply of their commands If the occasion for the movement of troops had been a grave emergency, the situation in the De partment of California would have been serious. The incident Is expected to lead to an Improve ment in the conditions which aim to keep troops in readiness for military operations. ORDERS ISSUED.-The following: orders have been Issued: ARMY. Major JEFFERSON B. KEAN. medical corps. de taUed to npreeent medial department at in *"'■* £1*". ° [%; tlon of Military Surgeons at Atlanta. October io. Mcl CARTER. Hth Cavalry, and FREDERICK". STMTZINOEK. Jr.. 22d Infantry, to proper stations. Tt "*££?'ig£2& 2 cGafSßnffrC"c G a fSß nf frC" -iSiTioSS t *£r£&£t 7 &O*ZFZ TATUOR. c«t artllleo-. from 124 th Company to unasslgned list. ___.«,, Leave of absence for one month and fifteen <Ja.y« granted First Lieutenant ERNEST GRAVES, corps of en gineer*. NAVY. Rear Admiral J. A. RODGER3. Captain A. E. CUL VER Commander J. STRAUSS and E-urireon G. F. FREEMAN, commissioned. I leutenant E. W. M'INTYRE. to command the Active. Lieutenant H. T. BAKER, detached the North Caro lina; to the Wyoming. Ensign A H. RICE, detached the Paducah; home. leave, one month. . .. Ensljtn E. C. OAK. to temporary command of the Hist. Midshipman J. D. SMITH, to the Actlv*. Surgeon J. A. MURPHT. to the Franklin. Surgeon J. J. SNYDER. detached the Franklin; to marine recruiting: station, n »!?,'iJ*J27T t vI S:* Pasced Assistant Surgeon W. G. FARWELI* to naval hospital, Philadelphia. MARINE CORPS. Major D. D. PORTER, to Hampton Roads. October 14, military Inspection of North Carolina. Captain D. C. McDOUGALL, resume duties on the Colorado October 28. Second Lieutenant W. L. BtTRCHFELn. detached the Charleston; to temporary duty marina barracks. navy yard. Mare Island. MOVEMENTS OF WARSHIPS.— following movements of vessels have been reported to the Navy Department: ARRIVED. Oct. 7 — The Osceola, at Key West. SAILED. Oct. 6 — The Yorktown. from Bremerton for San Fran cisco Oct 7— The Choctaw. from Norfolk for Washington; tb»- Bc-orpi.->n. the Cuttlefish, the Octopus, the Tarantula and the Viper, from navy yard. New York, for Philadelphia; the (o!orai o. from San Francisco for Honolulu. The Inra returned to department n.t navy j-arJ, Boston, by Massachusetts naval militia. Th^ Blake]/, in reserve at navy yard. Norfolk, ordered out of com mission at navy yard. N«\v York, for ex'^nslve re pairs The Manly, from navy yard. Norfolk; for Naval Academy. STEWART BEFORE HOARD. His Request That Witnesses Be Summoned Refused. ■Washington, Oct. B.— For almost four hours to day Colonel "William F. Stewart, "the Arizona ex ile." struggled In vain with the retiring board be fore -which he, had been ordered for permission to summon witnesses to prove that he Is not Inca pacitated for active service and that he should not be Involuntarily retired. It was not until after the testimony of Colonel W. H. Arthur an 1 Major Guy T.. Kill*', of the medical corps, who are members of the -^tiring board, that Colonel Stewart requested that other witnesses be called. He gay» the names of thirteen witnesses he desired to hay« summoned, and when he failed to obtain the bird's permis sion to call them his attorney announced that the cnlonel himself would take the stand in support of his plea that he is capable of performing active duty. When the board met, J. W. I^itimer counsel for Coinnel Stewart, croast questioned Cototse! Arthur and Major Fdie regarding their report on the con dition of Colonel Stewart's health. Both said that Colonel Stewart is afflicted with heart disease to such an extent that overexertlon might result dis astrously to him. Tt was said that Colonel Stewart lias been a victim of heart disease for thirty-five years, and reference was made to a document on file in the AVar Department, showing that as early as 1877 he harl required to be excused from taking part in nn Indian expedition because of an affection of the heart and rheumatism. Both of the medical experts said that so long ac Colonel Stewart's present condition ,-ontlnued he wou d be fairly comfortable, hut much would depend jpon the ex ertion he might be subjected to. The board wil! meet again to-morrow. CHARGE OF FAVORITISM. New Point Brought Up in Canal Contract Inquiry. It became r question yesterday, not whether the Isthmian Canal Commission had discriminated against the Balanced Cable Crane Company, but whether it had favored the Lldperwof d Manufact uring Company in the specifications and awarding the contract for earth carrying devirvs ir. building the Gaum dam locks. W. A. Wood, president of the New York CaWeway Company, at the hearing before the court of inquiry in the Army Building, added Ills protest to the charges of William A. Brothers over the manner in which the contract was awarded. Mr Wood said his company had sent representa tives to the Isthmus after the first bids were in. One of the Lidgerwood Company's representatives there, he said, had been connected with the com mission. He eeid the contract was not awarded after the first advertising because mi error had been made by the Lidgerwood company which would prevent the closing of the con-ract with It. "In my opinion." said the witness, "the Udger wood bid should have been thrown out as Irregular in not complying with specifications." When the second bids were about to be called for Mr. Wood said be discovered in the specifica tions a paragraph which precluded the contract being award. -d to any other bidder than the LJdger wood company. He was unable to havu this altered, he said. Charles B. Crook, sales manager for the Lidger wood company, denied that he had more than pe rused the specifications before they were printed or that he had entertained a canal engineer on one of his trips to th» isthmus. Spencer Miller, <-hl?f engineer of the ca blew ay department of the Lidger wood company, said the report that the company had secret information concerning t.he specifica tions was absurd. G. T. Henderson, an electrical engine»'r, testified that Mr. Crook had a copy of the spt'i-lncutions three weeks before they were issued. The- beariag will be continued this ■oinllH POSTPONES SAILING OF FLEET. Manila, < »ct. Bl — Bear Admiral Sperry has post poned the time at the sailing "f the Atlantic fleet for Japan until 8 o'clock Saturday morning. This was the hour oritrinally scheduled. The court martial of Lieutenant FVunk T. Evans hnx beer. I l'.s.'d. bo! the record has m t yet reached Bear Admiral Bnerry. The court martial of Lieu tenant Hurt has Ufn postponed until the test's return hero from Jnpan. MAINE AND ALABAMA REACH AZORES. Ponta Detajada, Azorrs, Oct. The American battleships Maine and Alabama arrived here to-day from Gibraltar. They are preceding the main bat tleship Beet under Admiral Sperry around the world. The warships will leave here for afampton Roads as soon as they have taken coal. The voy age : ••iii Gibraltar was without Incident. 7TH'S WAR VETERANS ELECT. The Society of the War Veterans of the 7th i;- ft meat. M. G. N. v.. bald Us annual meeting and jtleciiim at iii» lintel JA.uiliu.iUUi lust night, at Whether it rains, or not — Raincoats stand out as one of the best Fall investments for men of limited overcoats. No garment serves so many ends. Ours are proofed by the Priestley Cravenette Process, and— most im portant in a coat exposed to both sun and rain, are of all wool and fast color fabrics, made with the same care as all of our other Fall overcoats. $20 to $3.5. The "Double" shoe, like a raincoat, is all things to all weathers. A walking shoe of a double thick ness of water-proofed leather. $5.50. The newest thing in "full dinner pails." "Thermos Picnic Pails"— keep hot food hot. $15. Rogers, Peet & Company, Three Broadway 6tor*«. 258 842 1302 at *t at Warren st. 13th st. ; 34th it which these officers were elected: President. Major Ivan Tailor. N. T. V.J first vice-president, Major General \V. A. Kobbfi, U. S. A.; aerond vice-presi dent. Captain Henry L Kayden, U. & N.: third vice-president. Lieutenant Robert P. Evans, N. Y. V.; secretary. Captain Richard H. Greene, N. Y. V.'; treasurer, Major Frank Keck, N. Y. V., and chaplain. Thomus F. Smith. N. Y. V. MASINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE ALMANAC. Sun risei 6:05 1 Sun sets 8:30|Moon rises —[Moon's ■#• 14 HIGH WATER. A M— Sandy Hook 6:64|Gov. Inland 7:l9|Hell Gate 9A2 p;M-iandy Hook ?d6|Gov. Island 7:41 Hell Gate 9:34 WIRELESS REPORTS. The Lußltonla. reported as 429 mile, east of Sandy Hook at no» yesterday, la expected to dock about Sam tO Th/"puea de« 11 Abruzxi. reported aa 660 miles east of Sandy Hook at 8:15 a m yesterday, is expected to dock ab £ l To^raTni? reported aa 1.000 mile. eaat of Sandy Hook at 6 a m yesterday. Is expected to dock about 7 p m Saturday. INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. \ Vessel From. Llna. •Lusltan'la Liverpool. October 3 Cunard •Arabic Liverpool. October 1 White Star •Morro Castle Havana, October « Ward •Da7fred ........ ..Curacao. September 30 Red D •Semlnole .'.'. Turk"! Island. October 8 Clyde Martha '.. Gibraltar, September 23 Llanda«cny-.. Swansea. September 1» . Brlrtol City Maria t utsa Lisbon. September 24.^ — Virginia ..'.'. Almerla, September 37 PeruKia' Naples. September 24 Aacnor ,.,. i uckenbach.. Puerto Rico. October 1 Prinzes Irene ....Gibraltar. September 29....N a Lloyd cl"fornle !.-.. ..Dunkirk. September 26 French Antilles ' New Orleans. October 3 So Fac Cat Ilia ."'.'." •'-"• Galveston. October 1 Bee Yumuri'i ".'...■■■■ ..Tamplco. October - — — — F^Paso . ..Oalveston. October 8 So Pao S." , Atlanta . Favannah, October 6 Savannah Comal ..... Galveston. October 3 Mallory SATI-ROAT. OCTOBER 10. ,o. T _„.« Southampton. October 3. ...American •X A Victoria" Hamburg. October 1 Hamb-Am •L^Touraine. .......Havre. October 8 French •MorVS Castle Havana. October 7. ... Ward •Korona st Thomas. October 8 Quebec • Yliianoa.'" ■ Cristobal October 3 Panama \ntlcua "" Gibraltar. September 2« Puce degil Abruzzl.. Naples. Peptember 29 Italian Buffalo. Hull, September 2fl Wilson Ernl lia Naples, September 26 SUNDAY. OCTOBER 11. •Maraval Grenada, October 4 Trinidad •Caledonia' ' '.'.'. Glasgow. October 3 Anchor Rotterdam " Rotterdam. October 3. .. Holland-Am g ora ' ' Almerla, September 80 . Clara.." .' Almerla. September 30 Kansas City Savannah, October 8 Savannah •Brings mall. OUTGOING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. Mall Vessel Vessel. For. Line. closes. sail?. Trins Maurits. Haytl, Dutch W 1.... 11:00 am 1:00 pm Vlcilancla, Nassau. Ward 12:00 m 3:00 pm Hamilton. Norfolk. Old Dom 8:00 pm SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10. New York. Southampton. American.. B:3oam 10:00 am I'mbria, Liverpool. Cunard 4:30 am 8:00 am Queen Eleanor, Pernambuco, Brazilian 7:00 am 10:00 am Caracas Puerto Rico. Red D B:3oam 12:00 m Fonce. Ponce. N V & P R 9:00 am 12:00 m Havana, Havana. Ward 10:00 am 1:00 pm Mararas. Grenada, Trinidad 10:00 a m 12:00 in P A Wllhelm, Colon. Hamb-Am ..... 11 a m 1:00 pm Grecian Prince. Pantos. Prince 12:00 m 3:00 p m Pres Lincoln, Hamburg, Hamb-Am... 10:00 am Finland. Antwerp, Red Star 11:00 am Mesaba. London. Atlantic Trans 9:00 a m California. Glasgow, Anchor 10:00 am Barbaxoaaa. Bremen. N G Lloyd 10:00 am X m< Albert, Naples, N O Lloyd 11:00 am Kstonla, Llbau. Russian — — Denver, Galveston. Mallory 12:00 m Iroquols. Jacksonville, Clyde 3:oopm Jefferson, Norfolk, Old Dominion.... 8:00pm City at Atlanta. Savannah. Savannah 3:00 pm MONDAY. OCTOBER 11 Purtname. Barbados. DW 1 11. 00 am 1:00 pra Princess Anne. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:00 p m TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Destination and steamer. Close In New York. Tahiti and Marquesas Islands (via San Francisco)— Marlposa Oct. 12. 6:30 p m Hawaii (via San Francisco'* — Alameda. . .Oct. 12. 6:30 p m Hawaii, Japan, Corea, China and Philip pine Islands (via San Francisco) — Nip pon Mara Oct. 13, 0:80 p m Japan. Corea and China (via Seattle) — meric Oct. 18, 0:80 p m New Zealand. Australia (except West). Famo&n Islands and New Caledonia (via San Francisco) — Yeddo Oct. 18. 0:30 p ni Hawaii. Japan. Corea and China (via San Francisco) — Oct. 22, 8:30 p m Japan, Corea. China and Philippine Isl ands (via Vancouver and Victoria. B O — Empress of China Oct. 23, 8:30 p ra Japan, Corea and China (specially ad dressed only) (via Tacoma) — chow. Oct. 23, 6:80 p a Hawaii. Guam and Philippine Islands (via San Francisco) — U 6 Transport Oct. 31. 6:«0 s> m SHIPPING NEWS. Port of New York, Thursday, October 8, 1908. ARRIVED. Steamer Salvatorw 11 Giorgio (Nor). Blerlng Port An tonio and Port Mafia October 2. to the Atlantic Fruit Co, with 1 passenper and fruit. Arrived at the Bar at 4:4 ft p m. Steamer La Hesbave (Dutch). EVkhoff, Antwerp Sep tember '*•.•!. to Philip Ruprecht. In ballast. Passed In Sandy Book T:*> p m. Steamer Julia I.,ui k-*nt*ch. Connell. Porto Rico October 1. to the Insular Line, with mdse. Passed In Sandy Hook 7 pm. Steamer (wiabaw. Johnson. Brunswick October 3. to the lirurswW-u £s Co. with mdse. IWt Quarantine at 10:45 a m. Steamer Porto Rico. Delano. Baltimore, to the New York anil Baltimore Transportation Co. with milso. Left Quarantine at 10:48 a m. Steamer Monroe. Hulphete. Newport News and Norfolk, to the Old Dominion .-is Co, with passengers and indue. Left Quarantine at 3 p m. Steamer Cuhana (< üban). Baker. Matanzas September 2ti, Cardenas 2*\ Sasjua 80 and <»lbarlen October 3, to the Munton Ss Line, with mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 3:18 p in. Steamer Ceareni»e <Rr). Davies. Manaos September 20. Para '-•."> ami Barbados 80. to Booth * Co. with 21 pans engers. mai:* and mdse. Arrived at the Bur at 3OS p m Steamer Harvard, Crtrwell, Boston, to the Metropolitan Ss «>. with passengers and m •!»> Passed in Quarantine at 7:40 a m. Steamer ■> A Knudwn (Nor), Paulsen. Tamplco Septem ber 2* to the Anwr' Smeltlns * Refining Co. with l^ri.l and coprer bullion. Passed In Sandy Hook at 0a m. Will dtwharj;* 1 at l'erth Amboy. Steamer Caracas. Furat. Pan Juan September 30. to Bnullon, Bliss A Dallett, with 35 passengers and m.ls»- Arrived at the Mar at 4:13 a m Steamer El Stßln. Presiott. Oalveeton September I, to the Southern Pacific Co, with ni.i.<- left Quaran- in.- at 7 »■• a m. Bteamer Sanllug" t Cuban i. O'Keefe. i'!enfuer»s Sep tember IS. Manzanllln -'I and Gm.ntan.imo Oct 1. to th* Ni»' York and Cuba Ps Co. with mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 10:64 p m, 7th. Slaajasr ExceUior (Ger). OourUo, Copenhagen Sop- The Pe**imi*t— lsn't this as good as talking? The Optimist — canned conversation. THE REAL THING Our customers never get old goods. This season's styles were cut for thi» season. What becomes of the old goods? Well, they go with the season that creates them; not by means of Bales" and 'Slaughters," bat a sys tem of promptly cutting the inventory prices in two and taking our loss, if we must, at once. Like the boy with the apple, there is no core. What you get now is new. Suits $15 to $45. Overcoats $15 to $60. Cooper Square and Brooklyn stores are open Saturday evening. Tirowjiirig,King IPS Company V Broadway Cooper Square Brooklyn at 32nd Street at Fifth Street Fulton & DeKalb Announcement We have placed on sale a new grade of collars, The RED-MAM Brand, stamped with our name, 2 for 25 cents. EARL &• WILSON. ALL styles, quarter sizes. Amusements. CSI I #"% I I Broadway and 30th. Evenlnr S:ls ! DlllvU Mats. Wed. and Sat.. 2:15 A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI HfCDCD'C Bway. 29th St. Evjr.i S 30. Matinees I Iff CDCII 0 Wed. and Sat. Wed. Mat.. 50c.-sl..V>. Z£Z. PAID !Sf FULL I II A CTfID B'way anJ 4,'> th St. Eve. HAS. Matinees | HO I Ull Wed. & Sat.. 2:15. Wed. Mat.. BSc-91.50. I ; 3RD MONTH. W M HODGE ; i^Tc.^ry" 0 C THE MAN FROM HOME Ufll I Ifllf'C B'way and 30th Ft. Bras, 1:20 : Iff ALLfllm 0 Mats. WeJ. and Sat.. 2:20 ADUnI T| HAI V ln th# n<?w comedy. r\Ki\Ul-ili MJt\*iM. His life's Family. BASEBALL SEASON EXTENDED HIPPODROME DIAMOND Grounds — 6th Avo.. 43rd end 44th Sts. GAMES CALLED "SSSIISST jp% THE BELASCO Mats. Thurs. ft i«at .. 2:15. "^■TTIIVUCC AilT Darld Belasco presents 4Vl U v""A? T BLANCHE BATES Evenings at 8:30. THE FIGHTING HOPE. DC| |Cnn THEATRE. TV. 42d St Eve. 5:2 a D£LAwllU Mats - Wed - am] Sat - 2:15. GEORGE In THE ARLISSX DEVIL (mi AtllAl I Thos. E. ! Claire I Rice * uULUnIAL Shea & Co. I Komaiao i (ohm Mat. Dally Sic. I Mile. De Dlo, Laddie Cliff, ethers. 11 fJAIIDDA Taylor Granvllle In the Star Bout. ' A LH AMD II A The Van Dyke. Merlan's I'ogs. . Mit IJiily -*«• Hyman Meyer. Jas. Thornton, oths. iHCDirllt Th^ 4 Mortons. Ross A Fenton. AHltKlCrtn Julian Rose. Mr. & Mrs. Bob Fltz ., ,St Wof B y Simmons. Barnold's Dojrs. others. vVi I)FVILLE i Orchestra Seats 50. 75 and $1 00 Smo'lnV 1 MATINEE EVERY DAY 2r>c-50c 'tkmhol MLLE « FbTIIW mS LI>CULi> ay. world's Greatest Protean Artist. B'way 68th St ' Jas J Morton. Clarice Vance, others. Matinee Every Pay. 500 Good Seats IS*. GERMAN THEATRE S^TS HUSARENFIEBER cthe i>ancino HUSARENI! IL.DL.K. hussars.-) BIJIIIIiCDQTCISi' C Daily Mats . 2Sc. 500. UAmmcndl till 9 cv*.. 2.-.. .-.» 75. it.oo ■ a Virginia Harned A Co.. Irene Franklin. Belle ■ ■ Blanche, Hyams & Mclntyre. Matthews & Ash ley. Leo Dltrichsteln A Co. and others. sjaAIfCTT Mats. Thurs. and Pat.. S:M iWin JAMES L H4CKETT '" titZZsr Nest Week— Hon.. Tues.. Wed. Eve.. Thurs an.l Sat. Mat.. MR. HAfKETT In TUB ( Kl>l>. tember 23 and Shields 2«. to Philip Ruprecht. In bal last. Arrived at the Bar at B:SS a m Steamer Prln« August Wtlhelm (Oer>. Gerries. Sr»v-» nllla September 24, Port I.lmon 2". Colon '-'•'. Kingston October 1 and Fortune Ixlan.l 3, to the Hambursr- Amerti-an Line, with R« passenger*. matU and indue. Arrived at the Bar at 10:40 r> m. 7th. Steamer Saranac (Br>. McKay. Shields September ■_':>. to Philip Ruprecht, in ballast. Arrived at the Bar at 3 am. Sandy Hook. N J. Oct H. 0:30 r m — Wind southeast, lltht air; partly cloudy; moderate easterly ground swell. SAILED. Steamers Cedrlo IBs*), Liverpool via Qs«MSk*u>wa); Tlluecher (Ocr). Hamburg via Plymouth and Cher bourg;; La Lorraine <Fr). Havre; prim Frl»-.!rl>h Wll helm (Ocr). Bremen via Plymouth and Cherbourg: Pannonla (BrV, Naples Trieste, etc; Sar.nln (Ital>. Naples an.l Oenoa: Melderskln iNnn. Perth Arahoy; Muncaster Castle (Rr). Aden. Singapore, etc; Idaho <Br). Hull: Merlda. Havana. Vera Crux, etc; Guiana (Br>, St Thomas, St C r .»|x. etc; Moltke (fieri. Naples. Oenoa. etc: Comnnche. Charleston and Jacksonville: City of Savannah. Savannah. Advance. Cristobal: Afghan Prince (Br). Montevideo. Buenos Avr.'s. etc; Oregonlan. Puerto Mexico; Elloe illn. Wilmington. N C: El Mar, Galveston; Princess Anne, Norfolk and Newport News. STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS. ARRIVED. Liverpool, Ort -Carmanla (Br), New York via Queens. town. Southampton. Oct B— Teutonic (Br). New Yrk via Plymouth and Cherbourg. Havre. Oct T. M p m l.a Provence <Fr>. New Ycrk. Manchester. Oct 7— Thespts , Uri. New York. La Plata. Oct — Angelina de l.nrrti.ag» tliri. New York via Norfolk for Buenos Ayrei. etc. Cochin. f'ct 5-— Schonfels «Ger). New York via Aden. Bombay, etc. SAILED. Queenstown. Oct 8. 8:15 p m — Oceanic (Br). New Yor*. Cherbourg. Oct 7. 10 p m — Kaiser Wllhelm dor Grtisfc* (Ger». New York Barbados. Oct 7 — Orinoco (Br). from New York. etc. for Southampton. Barry. Oct 1 — Star of Australia (Br>. New .York. Naples. Oct 3—3 — Indiana <ltal». Nf» York; 4th. Venezla (Fr). N»w York. Pingapore. (Vt 7— Koranna iHn. fr>.m New York vi«, Colombo for Manila. PASSED. Dot«i Oei B— Gutrune iOer>, New York via Norfolk fi r Rotterdam and Hamburg. Gibraltar, Del B—Eugenia8 — Eugenia (Aust). New York for N^ple*. Veiure. etc. riawle ivint. Oct ft— Brilliant (Qer). New Tark tea- CiMDIDC THEATRE. B -.ray. 40th St. Er*. V3O. CtnrinC Matinees W*d. and Sax.. 2 20. JOHN DREW ■ Jack Straw HUDSON LMtW.,I Lut Mat 9st ROBERT EDESON %rr£&*s. -NEXT MONDAY. EDOAR SEIWYN to Seats Sel»n«. [PIERRE OF THE PLAINS, I YPCim 45th 9t near Broadway. Eves. 3:li kIUCUni Mats. Thurs. aa4 Fat.. 2:13. MISS BILLIE BURKE &A 352& A 35 2H 8 way 44th St - Erenlnss at 8:11 UllllClllUrl Mat. .-at Last 2 Weeks. HATTIE WILLIAMS SSKL KHIGKERBOGKER^r i:; h v '- >■■%,* THE GIRLS OF QOTtENBERG ;? ftJ|DQ|A|f 33th Street, near Broadway UMnniUn Evenings 8:20. Mat. Sat.. 2:13. JOSEPH (DYNE I THE MOLLCSC. ALEXANDRA CARLISLE | preceded by MAY If. WIN la Mrs Peckham's Carouse. r — ci if n V 34th St . "■*»- Eve 1 m Mats Thurs. VM IU I and Sat. Thurs. Mr.. .W .s:.•„. Percy MacKayes R/J A TT CT D dellKhtful comedy. IVI M I L it I IREDTV THEATRE ;. St..nr .ffw«y. Er. S:ls LlOl.ni I Mats Wed. and Sat . 2 13. LILLIAN RUSSELL K - t^V-^ by Geo. Broad hurst WILDFIRE and Geo. V. Hobart. VI l3».Ur li\Ci DDOAnVyftV Bway. 41st St. Eves, fcffl DIiUHUnAI LAST MAT. SAT. 2 20 Victor Herbert and Glen Macdonouph's . with New A I fFHIA H * KKY Musical Play M I_O C. I M lit 1.1.ER. BROADWAY.— NEXT MONDAT. Seats No» GRACE VAN STUDDUORD in De Koven & Smith's New Corn|<- Opera. "THE (,OI.PK\ BITTERFLY." 'fiAIPTV THEATRE. 4«th .str- an.i B"«»» lunlL<l unlL< ■ ■ Ev w . 3:15. Mats. Wed. and Sat. THE TRAVELING SALESMAN NEW AMSTERDAM w ll^^ -^«g Last 2 Weeks. Mats. Wed. <-: Sat.. 2:11 I KENUT W. SAVAGE'S Operatic S«naa.tlosv THE MERRY WIDOW (D^.y VEVf VHDIf THEATRE. B-way ar ! 4.VS St rlCfff I U fin Eves. * 20. Mats. We.'. «Nt Sal GEO. M. COHAN'S Xewest Musical rrirotlty. THE AMERICAN IDEA | Next Sunday Ntajht Maaric« I.cv. and His Baal HIPPODROME Biff | Mats. 2. Beat Seats St. Evenings. S. :; ■ to $1 M SPORTIHB BALLET | BATTLED DAYS OF BIRQLAND ! THE SKIES 10 CIRCUS ACTS — SMOKIN'O IN 'v' ' NT NKXT | MAM El KI.F.IN. OR«HF.«TIL4 m SIN. I Notable Soloists. Noret Features. jßaslnoS^^S'-lflßlM Biinßlßgssc^ L!BlCs:rt£ffwlotU SUSEB^EIi: $*^t DILT'Sf.T^.V:; *% MIIK EILIQTT^ MaJESTlGfo.^^;^ HA.HCE 07E11 J§» ™ HERALD SO. *^X.?Z 3T^ West -•'■■ to 1.30 Ets. *» M Mat To- tnor" «. t * . SAM BERNARD- Nearly » Hera tnU j Next Week — Th» Warrens of S\r%\T»-^ m \C.\DKMY OF Mt'*H\ Uth St. and <** DENMAN THOMPSON Prices 23c. to Jt.OO. Mats. Wed. and Sat. aU***!*s (.KRM\N THEATRE. Madl.ton Art and Sflth slTf^L KLEIN'S SUNDAY "POPS' SVXDAT AFTERNOON. Oct It. at 3 f.-cl-x*. '" t. ii.;. v OKMOXP. HEINRtril METN MAROI'ERITE «- FOREST A.NTERScX tr 22^<t NATHAN FRYER (Piano*. HAHN QfARTBTT*^ ►- ■ '. llenrv W. S»vtt»'« Pole Authorl»e<l Version ff . GARDEN ■<— ► ,s DEVIL KDWI> STE\"FX.H md OREAT C.*?T . :;ih and Mad. Aye. Ev«s. HAS. Mats. Wed *n&J^l MAI>I -O > SQI AX E tl ABV B> I ELECTRICAL SHOW | 10 A. M. TO " P. M. -1 CnCRJI'VOKID IX WAX. OYPSY MC9X6- ItLIKPII HMM%ro,.U\r« r.er* Ha* MUSK ■ I Z-» Auuis Tragedy. Tyrol^_Jg, CAFE das BEAUX-ARTS SQIBEES g^SS^'ft Amusements.