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IMPROVEMENTS COSI
CENTRAL SI 55.000.000
President Brown Argues for
Increases in Railroad
Freight Rates.
B. & 0. ALSO MEEDS THEM
Heads of Two Great Systems
Heard by Interstate Com
merce Commission — More
Capital Hard to Obtain.
Washington. Oft. 13— The presidents of
two preat railma.l systems pave their views ;
of and reasons for Use proposed advance
in freight rates by the roads in Eastern
trunk line territory to-day St the Investi
patlon being conducted by the Interstate
Commerce Commission. The witnesses
vere ST. C. Brown, of the New York Cen
tral and ■ •anal Willard, of the Baltimore
<,- Ohio. Neither placed the responsibility
Tor the proposed increase in rates wholly
on the advances in wag«s recently made,
although inith asserted that the very larpe
Increase In the wa^e scale had been an im
portant factor in the consideration of the
rate adrance.
President Brown reviewed the negotia
tions which le.l to the Increase of wages on
his roads last spring. in the aggregate
it amounted to $7.53L«0« a year. Of this
the New York Ontral fi!©ne will l>e re
qvired to pay Jo.r>3o,oft't. in addition to
|12i.*00 a year, which will l>ecome ef
fective «<n January :. . ■;, the lines west of
Buffalo the increase in wages amount to
JOffi.ftftO a year. «-ith an additional |54.
<'t>ft a year. U» take effect January i.
'The Xrw York Central." Mr. Brown
s.-.i'l. -hns now in Troffress imppovements
\3X\rA\ \nz the cxtH^nditure of approximately
t155.4G6.4HM1. Of this amount J75.000.000
t\as ex|>ended prior t<» January I, l»l*. an
proximatoly J42.noo,Of>n is estimated to be
expended daring the present calendar year.
lodine approximately |38.000.©0fl to t~
provided and expended •■ - :••- IKS ■ years
in «>rder t« complete these improvements.
"The «apiifil expenditures of the Lake
Shore now In m ogress are approximately
"Sl.""A.<.im.. of which 530.of>0.O(tft was ex
peoded prior to January 1. t»i«. and about
? 2i,fiO«».*i<trt is to be expended during the
calfndar year m«. leaving approximately
t19.006.4HX} to complete the improvements.
"The Michigan Central has in progress
r>.;^nditure- of approximately %\ 4,2O«.OOO.
if which 19.700,900 was expended prior to
January L. L9lt, and apprbxltnately $",500.
r>oft i s to be expended dunr.s 1910. v tag
expenditures to complete the improvements
•.mounting to about SI.00<>.«00.
"The r*ittsburp ft 1-ake Brie has in prog
ress . ■-■-.•• ■• ■ - amounting io approxi
mately J3.150.0rt>. of wMcn $4.5 C."'.'J < ''» was ex
pended prior to January 1. Bit, and ap
proximately SZ.¥*>.<*yt is to bf expended in
1519. leaving to complete the improvements
about 11.3n0.0W.
The Big Four has in progress expendi
tures amounting: to approximately 57.3<«>.«.«>.
of which IMMSt was expended prior to
January L, BJM. and approximately 96,300.000
■will be expended Coring Mi. leaving; for
completion of the improvement? about
Improvements in This City.
•As ?oon as the plans anil details can tie
ajrreed on -with the axrtnorlttea of the clty
of New York, our entire freicht line, from
Ppujten Duyvll to St. John's Park, lytag
along the we« Fide of Manhattan Island.
most b<* rebuilt, includincr its elevation or
«s«pj-<»!:; inn; electricity must be installed and
new terminals constructed, other improve
ments contemplated are:
"The elimination of grade crossings, new
passenger Btatlons and r^modeHinc of
freight facilities at Utica. The elimination
of prade erospinjr* and construction of a
new paaseng"^ 1 station at Syracuse. The
construction of ■ new pasaesMjer station
and necessary re-nodeiimpr of fr^ipht facil
ities in connection with tlie chanperi lor i
tion of the pass'-ncer station at BoCalo
"The completion of trie four tracking of
the main line between Albany and New
York, including r.-alicnment and necessary
station chances.
"The Stuyvesant cut-ort. cnrmectliie the
West Shor*» with the Boston A.- Albany,
*ouTh of Albany. in order 10 send tratnc
around the rnnjT'^ted terminals at Albany.
"Th<ise ann f-imilar expenditures will
omounT approximately to ?'•■• '•« '"• '
"To what extent. "" Mr. Brown was asked.
'Is the ability of th« companies i" secure*
the capital necessary for tlie making or
these improvements dependent upon secur
ing the proposed Increase in the freiciit
rate? now under investigation?"
More Capital Depends on Rate Increases.
"A considerable part of the capital for
th*> improvements now in projgreas.** he re-
I lie<i. ".vas secured prior to tr.o ■; m- when
the reient increases in *"aces rendered the
situation so acute. Hut. wits respect to
the capital remalnlnc to be secured for
these improvements, I can confidently fay
th«t the ability of the railroads to obtain
it depends ui>on the ability of the com
|ianies 10 secure Increases in revenue
th'oußli Increased freight rate?: commensu
rate with tl;e recent increases in expenses.
"I cannot ' better illustrate the situation
than by reference to the recent attempts
«"f the Mi'-higan O-ntral fTalliooiii to market
In this country and in Kurope an issue of
Sl7.y<r>W* of Its 4 per cent debentures. The
low l»onded indebtedness •■! the Michigan
«"<-n'.ral and the previous stability >>' its
earnings i^hould have made such %n name
attractive to any security market. It has
been impossible, however; • tier In this
country or in Europe^ to secure any l)id for
these securities whi«-h could be convioercl.
"The ljest Md which the company has
le«_-n1 e«_-n a!il« to obtain ».is one recently made
of £7 for the entlr« issue. The acceptance
of this bid would have involved a .discount
of am *X.2.V),«»») on an Issue of ffIJSQQjOQQ
and. «jf course, could not be considered.
The only alternative it- to borrow money
on fchort lime notes, and a result of an
effort to do this allows that ft will lie m-ces
s-ary to pay approximately, and, in my
opinion, fully, 6 per cent Interest on such
notes. I believe that tats general condition
v.lll continue to exist until the revenues of
the companies i '.n be increased through an
increase in rates."
Conditions on Baltimore & Ohio.
The stat'-mont of Mr UilldM was similar
to that of Mr. Brown. He told of the «*►:••
in<rea.ses made •ii the Baltimore i Ohio
*iiid of the • ssfty for meres rates.
The increase in our payroll," he said,
"if it ha<l p'>ne through the entire year
would ha\e amounted to }:.•».,.. ««i. and If
we ha/3 riad the interest payments for the
<jHir« ye«r that we had for the latter
months, because of the Increased capital,
bob* Interest payments would hs .*•- In
«j-ease.d Jl,*".C*Xi."
WILL CUTS OFF RUNAWAY SONS.
B*' a.i>* they ran away from their home
and for many years •:i i not communicale
w ith her. Mrs. Mary A. Bedell, whose will
was filed In the Surrogate's office yester
iay. bequeathed only {1 each Is her sons
William P. and Kobert A. Bedell. Her
Sbtate. \alue*l lit from %*>*«• to $3,00% Is to
>c divided <iua!ly amonj; her other three
children, Elizabeth and CJvorjje iKJtll and
Hit Mary J. iK.
BLAMES DOG FOR BEING SHOT
Young Wife in Hospital with
Strangely Inflicted Wound.
Mrs. Elsie Massette. twenty-one years
old. wife of Louis Ma>s.tt. ■. a clerk of
the Wells-FarKo Express Company, is
at the Presbyterian Hospital recovering
lrom ■ revolver wound In her side, which
was Inflicted on Tuesday in a peculiar
manner.
Mrs. Massette told Coroner Winter
bottom that she was handling 8 revolver
at her home. No. 57 East 08th street.
when her i>et dog leaped suddenly Into
ii« r lap, striking her wrist in such a
manner that the revolver was «'' "
charg«»d. Dr. I'npor. who was called,
took her in a cab to the hospital, and riu
pt-rintendent Fisher sent for the Coroner
to take her ante-mortem statement, fear
inc that she might not recover. Her hus
band was in the room when the acci
dent occurred, according to Dr. linger.
Mrs. L.. Siege!, who occupies the apart
m. a across the hall from the Massettes.
>-:;!<] that .-he heard loud talking in the
Massette apartment Tuesday afternoon.
The police say that they have made no
inquiries about the matter.
TOO LATE FOR PROF. PECK
Can't Get New Case Before
Grand Jury, He Is Informed.
Pi —or Harry Thurston Peck, the
ill ml— Columbia Anthon professor of
I^tin* who is defendant in the $50,000
breach of promise stilt of Miss Esther
tin inn. visited the District Attorney's
office in company with his attorney,
C. D. Francis, yesterday afternoon.
According to Assistant District Attor
ney Emliree, Professor Peck wished to
bring matters before one of the four
grand juries. His allegations, the As
sistant District Attorney said, dealt with
threatening letters which Peck asserted
he had received from the wife of a pro
fessor at Cornell University some years
ag' '.
Mr. Bmbree took the matter to Dis
trict Attorney Whitman, who declined
to art. as the statute of limitation? cov
ering the case expires this morning
Attaches said Professor Peck intimated
he would place the matter before some
magistrate to-day.
LIBRARY LIONS APPROVED
« —
Municipal Art Commission Acts
on Many Matters.
The full size models of lion? on pedestals
to )><■> . •:-.., ted on either side of the approach
from Fifth avenue to the main entrance of
the New York Public Library were finally
approved at ■ meeting of the Municipal
Art Commission yesterday. They were ex
ecuted by E. C. Potter, of Greenwich.
< '"tin., at a cost of $10,5n0.
The commission disapproved the submis
sion of ■ design for an Industrial school,
to be erected at a cost of $60,000 on Ran
dall's Island, because the layout of the
grounds had not been completed. «nd the
commission wished to know- the situation
of the proposed building and Its relation to
the many other buildings wiiich will be
erected on the Island, at an estimated cost
of M.300.0U0.
Tii> plan of projected buildings and the
: scheme of Improvement oontem
:Up final occupation of all of Kan
dall's [stand for a ehfldt«a*s hospttal park.
ACCOUNTANT DISAPPEARS
Went Home for Vacation and
Failed to Return on Time.
S. C. Anderson. employed as an account
ant by Hebd^n. Bog & Molineux, New York
agents of the Bank of Montreal, with
offices at No. 64 Wall street, has disap
peared. His lends and business asso
ciates have heard nothing from him since
!.. left this city, about September 10. to
spend a three weeks' vacation with his
father and mother, who ate well known in
Montreal. Anderson's ccployers know of
no reason why he should disappear of his
r.wn accord. His accounts were all straight
and he bore a good reputation. His habits
wen steady.
Leading in the hunt for the missing man
are his father and Sir Edward douston,
president of the Bank of Montreal, in
which Anderson worked before coming to
New Ynrk. two years ago.
Robert Y. Hebden. one of the Inn, said
yesterday that the accountant was due
back to his desk on October 3. "The thin*?
Is most peculiar." said the banker. "It is
almost out of the question thai he la In
New York, but nevertheless possible.''
Anderson lived in a boarding house at No.
17 West 47th street. Me is thirty-five years
old.
HARD TO SERVE MAN IN CHILI
I
Mrs. Ralph Derr, Seeking Separation,
Gets Relief from Court.
Gavegan, of th«» Supreme <"ourt.
gave pei mission yesterday to Mrs. lCdna C.
I 'err to serve summons by publication tn
.;< ;icainFt Ralph Derr, her husband,
t<.r s.-; ■ i the groun i of cruel treat

Mrs. T>err said her husband was employed
at Valparaiso^ Phil!, and that all her ef
forts to reach him had been of no avail.
She said he had ■ salary of $\v*- a year,
and a fortune of $.".' ••.■■»•. which lie inherited
from his father, as well.
Mn Den alleged ?';;<• her husband hud
-<-<i 'i.»r for !ont i^t-j.mJp at a time.
iiTui thai wnenever be returned to her be
d bet wttb abuse and cruelty. Ha
■ r. she eh irged
WOMAN SECRETARY MISSING
Had Vertigo, Says Mother. While
Neighbors Talk of Love Affair.
M - Marj Ryan, thirty-flve rears old,
>r £ • liar; (^mception, of
the pi 00l :<t the < tiurch of the
. ■ •ssitiK. »nd the police
... (i alarm for her. Miss
Ryan Is the »oU support of her mother,
Mrs .i and her awnt. Itlsa Anna
McGrath. of N". K3 West Btth street. Her
ninth, i ■ wai subied to attacks of
■•: ■ •! an attack "ti Wednes
.:, - befon ■ ■■■■ n1 to the school Miss
aid bi neighbors, met a
man nt Asbury I'aik a year ago who
to marry her sirs. Ryan Is saH
• ..N ; . t. ri to the match
CHARGES CAUSELESS ARREST
Magistrate Makes First Complaint of
Kind to Mayor Gaynor.
The first policeman to get Into trouble as
a result of i!,.- request of Mayor Qaynor
that city magistrates report to him all
cases where. m their opinion, arrests had
been made without due cause. is Eustace
Yonderan. of the 15th Precinct. The com
plaint '«■■'' Made against him by Magistrate
Henry St*=.inert, and, according to a state
ment made at the City Mali yesterday,
charges will he made against Vondcran.
,It seems that a week ago Isaac Van
Leer, a city marshal, armed with a dispos
sess warrant mad« out in d»»e form, started
to evict a tenant In riast 14th street. I'o
lict-man Vonderan Is s: ;«i; «i to have Interfered
and refused to allow the marshal to take
• M.t sos of the furniture. When Van Lear
insisted upon Ing ahead be was arrested
by vbnderan, according to the report of
Magistrate Rtrtnwt.
IUS He^-lotli®tibttiXje/>^ if - ' i9lO -
BIPLANE'S SPEEO AMAZES
Hamilton Tries 110 H. P. Ma
chine with Motor Only Half On.
ALL SURE BIG PRIZE IS HIS
After Spin Aviator Declares He
Believes He Has Fastest
Flyer in World.
<*hnrles K. Hamilton limped about his
aeroplane tent on the Garden City fly-
Ing field yesterday afternoon. He soldered
struts, fastrnod bolts, quietly urß«*d his
three mechanics to get the black Dread
nought of the air In condition for .1 test
before moon up, and then retired bvhind
a screen.
When the aviator stopped from his oreVs
ing room he blushed. From his solo to the
top of his head he was clad In new
yellow leather. Leprsings. Jacket, nutomo
blo hood— all bright and painfully inexperi
enced.
"There are several reasons why I am
Klad It is dark.'* he said before taking his
seat in the machine. "I've been feeling
the cold lately, and I want to tell you
that when you fly the cold is something to
which you have to take off your hat.
These foreigners will be rigging them
selves out in all kinds of joyous leather
trimmings, and I may as well get used to
gointr about in them. too. They do keep
out the weather, but I feel like a chimpan
zee In evening clothes with these leather
lugs on, and I'm glad the moon's not
full."
At 6 o'clock the ua>horsepower machine
left the ground, and for four circles of
the large Jield could be just followed in
the gathering darkness. Such speed h&s
never been approached by a flying man in
this country. No time was taken, as
no course had been measurer!. Experts
shouted enthusiastically to Hamilton when
he alighted that the international speed
trophy would surely be his.
Hamilton replied that he had only half
turned on his motor, but that he had been
travelling at the rate of at least a mile a
minute.
"I am afraid to turn the engine on full
just yet." he said. "I don't know what
she'll do to me. If I can manage the ma
chine with the power all on I believe I have
the fastest flying machine in the world."
Hamilton is modest, fearless, and without
much comment has built a new machine for
the express purpose of "lifting" the Interna
tional speed trophy. So far as is known, he
Is the only American who has gone to this
trouble and expense. He is selfish in his
hopes, mayhap, but the contest for the
most important aviation prize of the year
seemingly lie? between the Bleriot and An
toinette monoplanes and the Hamiltonian
biplane. And so far as Is known Hamil
ton has the fastest biplane In the world.
James RadJey, a member of the English
team, damaged his Bleriot yesterday in
practice fltarht"? at Belmont Park. Several
parts of the machine were broken, but Mr
Radley stated last night that he would soon
make repairs.
John H. Ifoisant gave official notice yes
terday that he would compete durins the
tournament for the $4, W0 Ifichelin prize.
This is a distance contest, open to the
world, the prize going to the aviator who
travels thr greatest distance In one con
tinuous flipht.
H^nry Weymann cabled to the managers
of the tournament last night that he *ould
not attend tiie meet. It is understood he
decide.! th^:e was no chance for him to
win the speed prize in his Karmnn ma
chine.
FIVE FLIGHTS AT BENNINGS
Washington. Oct. 12.— Claude Grahame-
Whtte, tha English aviator, and < litford
Harmon, the amateur, of New York, made
flights .it the opening of Washington's first
aviation me*t, at Bennings, to-day.
On Saturday c;rahame-\Yhitc will attempt
to establish a world's record for sustained
liistancf by (lying over a course within the
District of Columbia for the $10,000 prize
offered by -'The Washington Post." It had
been planned for the aviator to make a
flight to Baltimore and return, but as be is
not acquainted with that course, the plan
has iie,. n changed
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise. «>:o<t, ■uiwrt. 5:24; moon sets, 1:05;
moon's age. 11.
HIGH WATER.
A M P.M.
Saii'ly Hook 3 11 4:08
Governor's Island 4:o;, 4:2.'i
Hell Gate '>••"• 6:15
WIRELESS REPORTS.
The Arabic. reported a* 1,105 miles past of
Sandy Hook at 1.:4"i p m yesterday, is expected
to dock Sunday afternoon.
l-a. Lorraine reported as 723 miles east of
Bandy Hook at 11:45 a m yesterday. Is expected
to dock Saturday forenoon.
The Philadelphia, reported as W8 miles east of
Bandy Hook at 12:15 p m yesterday, is expected
to dock Saturday afternoon.
The Amerika, reported as 70.% miles east of
Bandy Ho> k at 5:45 a in yesterday, ia expected
to dock Saturday forenoon.
The Caledonia, reported fts 1.170 miles ea?t of
Sandy Hook at <">:3O a m yesterday, is expected
to dock Sunday forenoon.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Yenisei. From. Line.
•Mexico Havana. Oct 11 Ward
•I'rietobal Criatobal, Oct s.. Panama X R
•I>unstan Para. Oct 2 Booth
•Pr Bisl*nund . Havana, Oct 10 Hamb-Am
Norton SavUle, Kept 24
Oiulla Almeriii. Sept 20 Italian
Ilnn-roft Oran. Kept 27 —
I'etroleine Shields. Sept 2f*
Kansas City Swansea, Sept 2i» Bristol
Stavangeren Jamaica. (Jet R —
Antilles . .. .New Orleans. < ).-t 8 Bo Pao
Italia. Almeria. <)<•( .') Anchor
Almlrante KinKMon. Oct -United Fruit
Ban Marcos Galverton, Oct i Mallory
El CM Calveston. < ><•» H So Pac
Algonquin . . Brunswick, Oct 11 Clyde
Colorado .Jacksonville. Oct 11. ...Mallory
SATURDAY. . OCTOBER 15.
•Ln Terrain- Havre. Oct 8 French
•Ametika Hamburg, Oct •;. I lamb-Am
•Philadelphia Southampton. Oct N Am
•Prlns Wlllem V.Haytl, Oct 10 I> W I
Regina d'ltalia. . .Palermo. Oct 1 Italian
Theinistocles .. Gibraltar, Oct tt Greek
Idaho Hull. Oct 1 Wllaon
Mohawk Jacksonville. Oct 12 n.vd«
C of St Louts Savannah. Oct 12 Savannah
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 18.
•Caledonia Glasgow. Oct 8 Anchor
•Arabic Liverpool, Oct B. ...White star
•Opporjf Barbad s, Oct 7.. .. Hamb Km
•Maracas Trinidad, Oct 8 Trinidad
•.-"ejjuranca Tamploo, Oct h Ward
El Paso Galve«ton, Oct 10 So Pa«
•HrlriK? mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
ro i 'ay.
Man Vecsel
Vessel. For. Linn. closes. sails.
Bayamo. Tampion. Ward . ' 1?-< xi m
afanaaea. Jacksonville, < # lyd«i — 3:Hopm
SATURDAY. OCTOBER I*.
St Paul. Southampton. Am... fl:.'<oam in in, „ M
Canuaaia, Liverpool, Curmrd. »>:.'KJ a m lOiimain
<-.-.i!!.. Liverpool, White Star. 10:80 a m 2:00 p m
Madonna. Azores, Kalire l»:<xi a m 12:OO m
Maracaibo, La Guayrn. Red D B:80a m 12:0 am
i 'otmo Kan Juan. N Ya- P R !<<hi ,i rr. 12 mi m
Ta^'i-. Jamaica, R m a P... »:90am 12.00 m
Havana. Havana, Ward 10:00 am 1:00 pm
«• .if Granada, Trinidad, Trtn.U»:r«l a m 12:0i»tn
Flblrla, Jamaica, Hamb Km 11 'hi ,i m 1:00pm
\\ 'tiirlinrtc*. nahla. Hamb-Am .1 1 :f«» a m 1:00pm
Boniface, Para, Booth .. . I2:<>o in .•; no |. in
Tudor Prince R •:• J. Prince ill m :i 00 p m
San Joaa, Port Llmon ... 6:i<i»m B^M>am
(Teveland. Hamburg, Am.. '.>>*> m
l)uca d".\oßta. <ii-noa. Italian ll<Hi a
MlnneKnka. London, All Tr. ' 3:oopm
Iji Qaacoane, Havre, French. .I:f>opm
nland, Antwerp, Red Star ■ 11:00 a in
Columbia Olaajow, Anchor.. — - 8:00 pin
Ratonla, Rotterdam, Ruaatan.
[Denver. Oalveaton Mallory... ' I '"• yin
eof Savannah. Say. Bay - IKBpm
romai. Tampa, Ma!lor> 1 :0<l pin
Iroqu is. Jacksonville, Clyde. 1 ;<JO p in
MONDAY. OCTOBER 17.
Advance, r"rlit<-.*ial, Panama. II .to a m B:OS ptn
Marowtjne. Paramaribo IMVI II .<«' a m 1""p •"
AlS'nauin. Brunawlek. Mai\ 1 <*> i m
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destination and steamer <"lus( in N. Y. P.M.
Japan. Korea, Oiinj, |'hlllprln< I la
Vancouver)— KraureM ut India To day. >, ■•■
„* India ....Oct '*• ft:3 °
Vancouver!- of I^ 5 r a Oct 17. B:30
Hawaii (via San Fra ,.' Viini-Ineß «vU
Japan. Korea. China. 1 ™lIPI """;_.. .oct 20. 6:30
San Francisco-Mongolia.
SHIPPING NEWS
Port of Now York, Thursday, October
13, 1010.
ARRIVED- .
. .Mi..t (fieri Genoa beptemner
Steamer Konlc All)*"" <*• Gibraltar 4. to Oel
20. Palermo October 1 sna *,' {47s steerage I«»-
.., Bar at 53i
P SVe^er Pr«.d«. Uj^ffi rfft^ £
tnber 2. Houlopne '?' p cabin and 474
Dambura American U>ie. «Un passensers and
third class and i"i •» ,' 1.1-, M m
md^ Arrived M.i ;; K ; r ; I^,;; UMI , ( „.t nl. ,
Bteamer City of Sf fS with pansenn«!ra anl
mdpo. Passed In quarantine at ...4>> f™- v
Steamer Manna Hata. Ha'"," 10 . 1 }"o" o " i» a , se d
York an.l Baltimore Transportation •>. 1 assea
in Quarantine at 7 •(•■. ■<•■;• TVlth Amboy
„, Steamer lYown 01 orenana :,'•*„. Trading
October 11. to th*- Trini.la-1 Shipping and Tr-uln*
Co. Passed in Quarantine at r,.4.> a ■ 111. „_,_
Steamer Stavai.Koren .-Non. '" Antonio Octo
ber 8. to the Atlantic Fruit Co. with fruit. Ar
rived at th.> Bar at 11:50 ■ BJ. vnrfoik
with passenctrs and mdse. to the Clyde • - CO.
SeH^|i#^"^^Se
"VtAm^ChVlrton <"■">. Truxlllo October 3 and
Inagua 7 to John D Bmcry & Co. with manug
any. Arrived at the Bar at 2 a m.
Steamer Ashtabula (Br), London September -4
to Philip Ruprecht, in ballast. Arrived at th"
Bar at »i:.'ii> a m. , ™,
Steamer Katuna IBM, Calcutta. August ~ .
Colombo 30 Port Said September 16 and A. =i
22, via Boat in October 11, to Norton \- Son, with
mdse. Arrived at the. Bar at 7 p in I-'*'-
Steamer Ghazee (Br). Yokohama July 10. BBU-.
ml.izl 12. Kobe 15. Shanghai 23, Hong Kong 30.
Singapore August 15, Penans 18, Port Said Sep
tember 12 and Algiers 19, vi;« Boston October 11.
to W ii Tweddell & «'-.. with md.-«-. Arrived at
the Bar at P:;ii» p m 12th.
Steamer Pallanaza lGer», Hamburg September
27, to the Hamburg Ami Line, with — "J
Bteeraee paasengera an.i mdse. Arrived at the
Bar at 1 a m.
Steamer Lowther Castle (Br). Iloilo July -•«.
Manila August .i. Singapore in. Colombo 20.
P«rlm September 2. Port Said 1" and Algiers i«.
to William H Tweddell A Co, with mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at v"<> p m, 12th.
Steamer Adriatic (Br>. Southampton and r"rier
boura October 5 and Queenatown li. to the White
Star Line, with 897 cabin and 543 steerage pas
sengers, mails anil mdse. Arrived at the Bar at
2:41 a m.
Steamer Lusltanla «Br), Liverpool October **
and Quf-enstonn 9, to the Cunard Ba Line, Ltd
with :»27 cabin and I*«n » steerage passengers.
n-.Hiis and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 8:44
P m.
Steamer Horstoy fßr). Santos September '«
and St Lucia Oct t. to Arbuckl*- Bros, with
coffee. Arrived nt the Bar xt •»:'•" v m.
Sandy Hook. X J.. Oct 13. 9:30 r m— Wind
Eouth, moderate breeze; clear; tight sea.
SAILED.
Steamers La Savnie (Fr>. Havre: Prinz Frted
r'.. ;i Wilhelm i«;.ii. Bremen; Virginia Utal),
Naples and Genoa; Oscar II (Dan), Copenhagen;
• •nmpanello (Br). Rotterdam; Zacapa (Br).
Kingston: iCsperanza iCuhani. Havana, Vera
Cruz, etc; Yuniurl (Cuban). Santiago: City of
Columbus. Savannah; Jefferson, Norfolk; Her
man French, .Sahine; Sablne Brunswick: Hamil
ton, Norfolk and Newport News; El Mar, New
Orleans; El Alba. Oalveston; Yumurl (Cuban),
Santiajco. etc: Patris iHrk>. Piraeus; Inverclyde
(Hr). Whampoa lia Gibraltar: Paloma (Cubans.
Mantanzas. etc; Delaware. Philadelphia; Cayo
i-r.ri. Valparaiso via Philadelphia mot previous-;
Iy: » Alblngla (Ger). Port Prince; El Monte.
Galveston; Santiago. Charleston.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED.
Rotterdam. Oct 12— Volturno (Br). New York;
13th, 2 pm. Nietiw Amsterdam (Dutch),
New York i.i Plymouth and Boulogne.
Taku Bar. Oct 12 — Indrapura «Br>. New Tort
and Norfolk via Durban and Hong Kong.
Yokohama, Oct 12— Inveresk (Br). Sew York via
!!■ nsr Kong. etc.
Shanghai. Oct 13— Cuyaboga (Br). New York via
Durban.
Talcahuano, Oct 13— Iluchenden (Br), New York
via Valdivia.
Naples. Oct 12, midnight— Dues degli Abruzzl
(Ital). Sew York.
Liverpool. Oct — Cervantes fPelg). New York
for Manchester.
Boulogne, O<-t 13, 2 a m — NTeuw Amsterdam
(Dutch>. New York via Plymouth for Rotter
dam (and proceeded).
Havre. O<-t 13, 4 a m— La Pro\-enc<? (Ft), N»>-w
York.
Port Bald '■>• I 13— Llchtenfeld (Ocr), New York
via Malta.
SAILED.
cc a tiv<i, Oct 11 — Dasterro (Ocr), New York.
Para. Oct 12— Clement (Br), New York.
Keehins:, Oft 12— Indrawadi (Br) (from Yoko
hama). Boston and New York.
Southampton. Oct 12— Masdalena (Br), Barba
dos. Colon, "to. and Sew York.
Hamburg. Oct 12. 1:13 p — Mecklenburg (Ger),
New York.
St Thomas. Oct 1". 2 p m — Korona (Br), New
York.
r;ij n. Oct • Cludad d<* Tetjs (Span). New York.
St Lucia. Oct 10— St Irene (Br) (from Monte
video). Boston and New York.
Havana, Oct 11, 4:80 p m— Prinz Rite] Fried
rich (Ger) (from New York). Kingston.
Queenstown, Oct 13, 4:13 r> m — Teutonic (Br)
(from Southampton and Cherbourg), New-
York.
Trieste, Oct «— Eurenlrt (Aust), New York.
PASSED.
Olhraltar. Oct 12 Braemar 'RD. Yfiknharri!» for
New Tork; 13th, Atlanta <Au?t>. New York
for Naples, Patras, etr.
St Michaels. Oct 12 — Clyde (Br), New York via
Kingston, Colon, etc. for Southampton.
F^irrf-» Oct 13 Germanla (Fr), New Y"tk for
Naples and Mai*
r<-r!'n. Oct 13 Atholl iRn. New York fo r f, ,<,-,„ •
Kot-.Tiirs i Mr ■ . Calcutta for rtoston ami New
Tork,
Eight Models
The time was when the mak-
ing of ji Man's Suit nr
Overcoat did not receive
either the thought or the
skilled workmanship that is
bestowed to-day on our
product. We have come
pretty near to perfection.
Our Clothing will stand every
test. We use nothing hut
all-wool fabrics . Our De
signers are Artists.
We are showing eight dis
tinct models in .Men's
Business Suits.
$15 to $42.
Overcoats
si 8.00 to $50.00.
Brownin&King
Wffl& Company
"v^a^ Broadway at 32nd Street
y' Cooper Square at sth Street
Fulton Street. Brooklyn
-7 AMUSEMENTS.
nri JlCf'fl 44th st -. '""■ B*way. Eve. 8:30
DCLAwuU Mat*. To-day a Sat.. 2:20.
B§S!r ••THECONCERI '"
DCD3IDI7n 42d St.. ».r. B'way. EvSIiTiS
nCr UDL.U Mute. Thurs. & Hat.. 2:20.
REBECCA OF SU^YBROQK FARM
SKATS .SIX WEEKS IN ADVANCE
ftUCDIPfiSJ ORVI MYSTERY.
A Me Hi ban no** * bohkx,
«2d 8U nr. B*way. "Tin: MONKhVH PAW."
DAILY MAT. IBc. Zii-fiiner '.■■••'>•• : . »th»r«.
Kettb * rniclipft. Murphy 4 li»l«.. 1 o m
CtU kite - ml ' St -- N»«vn A <>.. Harry
3 111 AfC.H'way. Jireeii. Mark .>. Walker
w Pally Mat. ?.*» ft .Vie. Edwards. Van & Tlerney
ELEdTHHiAL |A Wonderful SiKht. D-Aquin'*
<lliivV iMll"i Mll "" rv Hantl - Ma "' lUo " Square
?l """ laardan. Oct. 10 to 20. MU:
H%MMKRMTBI>"H BalUßlanrn , Bui Kmhrr
Ev«.«s-SO-73-Jl. Mason. Keeltr & 00.-.Car«
I'aily Mi" ■_'.. :.i. ni«., iof !:■ ' ■, 7 <>ih.i-i
ACAOEMY7 1 THE ?
You can have too many
kinds of a good thing!
That's us, in walking gloves.
So we've discontinued some
makes and qualities because
we've otherwise provided these
qualities and styles; then added
samples sent us by foreign
makers, and a few shopworn
gloves.
3151 pairs in all.
Every pair imported.
Tan and gray Russia leather
and Cape; washable chamois
and gray suede.
1577 pairs of $1.50 quality.
1584 pairs of $2.00 quality.
$1.35.
Everything men and hoys
wea r.
Rogers Peet & Company
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. l?th st 34th st
AMUSEMENTS.
MU YOU KS I.KA PI NG THEATRE*.
EMPIRE Mat* Tomor'w & Wed.. 2:15.
JOHN DREW Smith
I VfCIIBfI 4: ' th St » nr - B'way. Eves. S:2O
Ll\it Un* Matinee To-morrow at 2.1... „
°- p - HUNTLEY » ATTIB WILLIAMS
_ in DECORATING < I.KMFNTINK
pinninv &** St. Closed This Wjsjk.
UMnKlulv NEXT MONDAY. Seats Now.
_ KYRLE BELLEW >.
HlUClEßiOClEßMar^mo^ :II
SJS! •. OUK MISS GIBBS
By the A uthor _^fJVlusic_of_Th^_A rcadlans.
uilnrAU wmi m - ' VP s - >f>
KUDSOfS Mats. To-m'w & Wed.. 2:20.
HELEN WARE '"«**
CRITERION B ' way - 44th St - Ev T^ : , 2 - 0
Unll tnlUnMatsTo-mTr & W0d..2:1...
THE KXrOII CENTER.
THE COMMUTERS £
CHARLES DILI.INOHAM'3 .Eves, at S: 2O.
GLOBE B'way. Matinee
lj» imt^J SC» VZm 40th t=t. | To-mw. 2:13.
THE GIRL in THE TRAIK
fc*¥ lib 1 1 NEXT JIOX. Seats Now.
Ol J if U a Drama by T. W.
B*way SOth St HI'RLBUT entitl-d
NEW YORK
NEW AMSTERDAM SKKSiS
I Inn Abarbanell, with Ralph Her/. In
MADAME SHERRY
lIUIV Vf|Qi f! ' AIV * 4lth St. Eves. i:tS
nt" lUnn Matlne- To-morrow, 2:1.V
HARRY KELLY Bg±,%
THE DEaGON THE LADY
N EXT MONDAY S*^jt» Now
?,'■?"'' THE DOLLAR PRINCESS
f*AICTV B'way and ( ' ; '' St Eves. 5.15.
VMICI I Mats. To-mrvr-... A Wed.. 3 O.
GKO. M. < OMAN'S BIGGEST HIT.
GET RICH QUICK WAIUNGFORO
TIMS AFTERNOON at 2:15, SPECIAL
r E FO RM A NCE.f*I IIX PKNAI.TY."
liKC'DTV West 4 - M St. Evea. 5155
LIuLHI I Mats.To-m'w & Wed .2 18
A PLAY OF CITY LIFE
REAL SUCCESS ! !
THE GOUHTRY BOY B^ 33 n r
MUJCOIQ'C KITTY GORDON in
ntDtno AlJUAW'iKiiKiioo
B'WAY &29 ST. .^»J-iiWira , M LIVE •
Mtß.Wed-« Sat 'with CHAS. A. BIGELOW.
THE MEW THEATRE
On. pTi W.«2d.«M St«.T*I.RBOOC*L I Evrs. «:30.
THE BLUE B\HD ("The Blue Bird
I Ilr. r>LV,IZ. nlrjl/ 'for Happln«~»«." '
H2AS!UfITTA3I OrEIIA, Weal 34th Street.
tn«nnMliAn ere-sas. M«t. Fat.. 14.
'Phone 1714 Murray Hill. Prices $2 to 250.
UA M C The Flute Player
|j BA |9 Hn EnKlish>. Only Comic
" Opera in Town.
I SKATS FOR SIU BF.RT TIIF;ATUKS IV I
THIS filtOlP. FOX SALE ONLY AT I
THE BOX-OFFICES. XOXK AT HOTEIJi. I
Entire Block, 6th *▼• . 43<i-44th St». Evs. 8.
Daily Matinees 2. Beet Seats $1.00.
The uiierna- Ballet oi The IfcNevr
; tional Cup Niagara Earthquake Circus Acts
CeoMdy. 41. E. of By. Ev.S:ls. Mat.Tom'w.
New American tii' riuii V With JOHN
Day. IriC lAmILI westi.ET.
I RK IS W. of By. Er.8:15. Tn-m'w.
,Mme. Troubadour v %vt:;
Wag Th.. By. c0r.41. Ev.S.i.v ■*■' T'm'w.
ugnir Pa'Jtll In the N»w Musical Com-
M«n!t wAniLL edy. .11 DV F«ROOT.
Mtixlne Elliott's Th..a9.bet.By*6Av. Kv.S : 3O
Last Wk. Mat To mor"w. Fnrhr«-RobertHon
In The Pa?i««lnK of the Third Floor Itark.
ratilno. B*y * ■'•" fi - ■>•.« : i.->. Mt.T*m'ir.2:i3
SAM BERNARD mU JSSSSSUB i
Lew i •■;... HotaW 5,,.. IVy & 35 St, Ev.BMS.
Matlnoe Marie Dressier^K?.
To-morrovr. War>B UTeSSIBr Mghtmare.
nil V'C Ev«.S:3»>. Mat. To-morrow. L»:.ir»
R^YS^ BABY MINE
HACKETT. t-M ' v •■»• of Rronrfway.
To nior*w2 SO HlUintn rt ,;,,o.i ma n.
Th* Prettiest and Most Charm
itiir Light Comedy of the year Is
Till: UTTL.E DAMOZEL," of
f.r.-l by Hi tiry W. Suva ft;* at
Nazimova/s ■•■ 39th k Street ; Theatre
7si»th St.. a Few Steps East of
Broadway).
In It Monckton HofTe tell 3 a
delightful love story and pictures
with great charm a group of Lon
don's happy-SO-lucky denizens of
f ßohemia." th»» "atmosphere" of
v the comedy haying a unique fas
cination.
Thai ■Till' L.ITTLE DAMO
VA.\." presents no problem, but
alms only to entertain, and that
the Clitics hay« said that this is
the best acted play in New York
Ki^e it a peculiar appeal to play
goers of all classes. There will be
a matinee to-morrow.
rirrli». II v ■ BOth ■> 8:1.1. -Mat.To-mor'w
:: — M \ i> A M k x ;
•Next Week — Cyril Scott. Thr Lottery Mun.
W>.| Klwl.l2.VW.ofN Ay. Bv.RttS, Mat.Tmw I
i kitzi urn I" ''it MIKADO. I
NVxi Week— FOBBES-nOBEBTSO!*. |
it'll O.fc'ffl ' '■•'■■ "■'- Mr, I;-*,,..
SjOLUftEAi. horn, Mr.
** »>aH\ Mm. i3>: ncr Cr.in« & Co.;i other*
fill U»H PDA i Karn "'' ' *om«dl«ii». Bert
MLkiaHlbKU foole *Co Laddl. Cliff.
*"* t>ail> Mut. lo* ! Howard A ."Cbrth. other*.
Lord & Taylor
To-day and Saturday. October 14th and I.sth
Important Sale of
Men's Furnishings
ShirtS-n™M N>som?. attached cuffs; made of imported and
domestic madras; also Negligee Shirt?. French
cufrs $1 -35
Value $2.00 and $2^o j
JYcckwear~$ il Knitted Scarf?, imported and Domestic.
plain colors. crosS stripes and accordion knit 55^
Value $t.OO and $1.50
Handkerchiefs-*'***** r UTe Ilnen - witb
Initial * for $1.00
Value 2oC eacH
rure Linen Handkerchiefs, with narrow colored
borders each 2Cc; P er *■ doz - $1 -3$
Value 9§r Msj|
Pure Linen Handkerchief*, hand hemstitched
with fancy embroidered initials *> for $2.00
Value ZOc
loves—Tan Cape, sewn prlx seams, with regular
or short fingers $1 .00
Ensrlish E=:al Buck Gloves $1-35
Value $2.n0
SiiSPenderS I>re ** Suspenders, with cantab
end* Oyl
Value '<■ M
Pajamas -Mercerized Cloth rajamas. In all color?, military
model, silk frogs; also medium weight, cloth, in
neat stripes $? -J3
Value $2.C0
Silk Pajamas, fancy designs, custom made $2 ' -
Value $4.">0
Cambric Nigh Shirts ..... C
** Value St.OO
Bath Robes— Cloth Kobe?, plain colors and
fancy designs, with slippers to match $3 .j0
Value $503
English Woolen Dressing Gowns . $10.30
Value 91*91 to $15.00
Importers' Samples of
Silk-trimraed Woolen Dressing r;«wn«« $fj .JO
Value $1."».00 to •?-" •
Sweaters -Oxford cray. full fashioned Coat
Sweaters $J .JO
Value $5.00
RaiflCOatS — Gabardine and double texture cloth?.
English models $Q.JO
Value $12.00 to 913i6t
Underwear— l *nP°rte<l medium weight Balbri^an Shirts
and Drawers, maco yam; each S-^
rV'iL Value $123
Manufacturer's Samples of
Imported Silk. Silk and Wool and fine Natural Won!. Full
fashioned jmrments. — 38 and 40. drawers
:>4 and 30; CM* C*/ £-
Value $2. .30 to 53.30
SUk Lisle Half Hose -Plata and fancy colors
(mostly in size lot, > JJceach; 3 or $[.00
Value «VW- and 7o«
It mbrellaS— An •**■ scrse. 2S ln.h, variety of
handl « : $t.q;
Value Mil
I^iventine Silk T*mbrHl?iJi. 2S Inch, handles of horn,
buckhorn and various stjleg of natural wood $2.Q^
Value 54.00
Special Orterincr ot
Men's Shoes
Correct Fall and Winter Styles in
Black Calf, Tan Russia
and Patent leathers
Our §G.OO Shoes at $J.Bs
Our Well Known Makes of
$7.00 Shoes at $4.83
And 1 1 , : nrs of Oiir
Strictly 'Bench Made Shoes
Regular §10.00 values
at *p C. <3 C to close.
Broadway 20th St.: .">th Aye.; lfHh St.
AMUSEMENTS. .
International Aviation
Tournament
Belmont Park, Oct. 22 to M
Pnrktasj space. b«i»» and sjassrvsl Se.its
can be had at _„„„
TOVKNAMENT HEADQI'ATVTERS.
Room tIO.V FIFTH .WE. Bl.rxl
BROADWAY «nd 23D ST.. or
A < any of the LMMiln* Ticket Oflcaa
|«TAI H t.Mh St. By n t.V Mats. \V»I
lUn * Bat. = '•"> Wed. Mat.. • v * ■*' Vi
2 SEVEN DAYS
Witllark'H. B"y. 30. Ev.8:13. Mata.WVd. & Sat.
H. B.Warnar ; ' ■*>•" Jimmy Valentine
CARNEGIE 7th Avc. at .17th St.
I- ' * b... MONDaY, OCT. 1 7
MME. PIUR-10RIN "
AITU Tlieatrr. E. t«th St. Eve. & Sat. Mat.
bill -•". :.»*. " : " *' Wed. Mat.. -.V.-7.V.
ARSENELUPIN rtSWSSSS
««a1 Week, M >NT<ioMEUT • STWNE.
AMUSEMENTS. .
STYLE SHOW
Belvedere Roof Garden
HOTEL ASTOR
LASI 2 DATS. t TO It T. M.
: C.ET rOMTLIMENTART TICKET fTtfJ*
j TOUR TAILOR, OR ADMISSION nsj
Op»n until 12 to-n!irht »»*>ci»u9«> of » nu**ff
of well known prnfr*slonal9 who ■•til •{
1 *mi>ni the living modrla wearing the rBiS"2
I r^nt crostlona r»hlMt«-.1 by tho Ladles' Tail**
A««r»ct;«Mr»?> of Arn»rlc*. -^
ELLEIf TERRY IIB?
S^ak^ppf^ron Heroines w.th ll!u«tratjro Art *
Tk_»». \V. Fr;»kin». lf> W ««trt. phort<'JEtngg*---- ;
IRVING ! EErrv * rr E». »:IS. * Sat. M*£. **
inillit] H\l;s OPERKTTA !• J «5j
| rl..\(t I -Kfi B»»»»lkt";'';,
IHMIKt.I "The Mom« rr«. P-OOl«*

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