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in Princeton Eleven Occasional Brilliancy Rather than Consistent Play Defeats Scrub. HARD SCRIMMAGING MARKS YALE PRACTICE ?...?ylvania Loe:, Valuable tad la Mathews Who Is Badly hy Fierce Tackle. ,fr ?tlacrapn <" 'lh? TrH>unr I :'.iau auy com a *n?,' , eaaMee the aSSan ' i " '-' ' ' ''onir ?a victor n ftaiar touchdown? in the practice 5? ?iraee ataPv '''ub to-day. aCSb practically no difficulty was Seal in rls'itrnK the ball bc T?T?k? ?.-rub's iroal four timen, while gtTrVirul- h<> ?PI>?,??? 2Toi ane real power. Tfca scrub was ?-imply no matcl. for JTaad di l'?ve *'*" -ssVssriOi "l ***l"n^ .team of ec wm cartu ot them, rumbling n fault, while several HtTerently. ) car's jt t'iftcen Bain* -nape work, and touchdowns on 'om Boland, the first Ior thirt\ yards and the second for StsVfiM '? c> retaraed te halfback Tied the Ball o?cr foronetouch ???TnsaraUdt and Tibbott alter ? ated' .it quarterback. Se train in? table opened this even .?aftaan men being.taken^it.for the jLtaat They are "Mew Baker, Bal rftaak, h. Trenkmanii ,J. Trenk ^. Rolacu. Brown, Click, lumber zT^Law. irles, McLean, Xeurte and Tibbott. Bard Scrimmage si; Yale. [Jtj Telafrapb to The Iribun? ; .New Havsn. Conn., Sept 30.-Hard s^namaeini; marked the practice at V?Je Field to-day, the Varsity line .?honing much improvement m defen sM p!av. Charltou, who went in at re?rd for the first time yesterday, was iept ia th -?-day, and ; ?Uted a smashing game. He rcpeat fj!? broke through the opposing line and opened up wide beles when the ?*st team had the ball. ?er, who replaced Higginbothain alead, handled forward passes pretti? ly. On two throws to him, Le Gore harlm. gained forty yards. On another forward pass, ut iiore to Chareh, the 'varsity advanced twenty-fivt yard;;. The Varsity had a ten-minute senm ?safs with the second team, and then the third eleven was went against the regulars. Neither could gain consis? tently, and the ball was never within the Varsity's 25-yard line. Easton whose work stood out for the scrubs seored, however, on h drop kick from he ball just clearing _ Changes in Harvard Line. ? By r bridge. Mass., Sept UO. liar ?"oi>tbaII players, dead tired after riort? of yesterday, went through ! Tigers Now to Number Players rrlccctou ft, I . atant, :to.? tt we? aanoeneed her* ?o oirht that la lb? football tamrn this fall Ihr IVim eton plater? tvlll be numlxrrd. Laoaaj Ufure? will be ?c?e4 on tbe back? of tbe Joraf??. ThU ?till make H poe-Uble for tbe ap* l?l?m to Identify th* pla>ci> aittl add inu< li larterctit to the s turn-iv The plan arlt bejln on Nalurdar. In lh? panic a*u|t-?4 HneknHI. Th* renouai? anta players new? num hercl In (lie ci.HD.ln* ganae of tbe ee*> Maaj ilid lb? evperlim nt will be fried ageJu ajutuol ?Miljh on Saturday. Dartmouth, also, has adopted the pi ?a, and the learen I? working. j another hard scrimmage to-day. The I men are being driven much earlier this tan last, but Bercy Haughton is , determined to find out the calibre of m material, so that he may pick am and then let down to the UsuhI light daily work. The 'varsity fought, hard a?jala ! scrub for half an ROOT, the time being divided between attack and defence. ? The scrub was unable to gain any | ground to speak of and found it hard ! to hold 'varsity on defence. The rcgu pped off live touchdowns and a i held goal. I of the touchdowns were made on 1 intercepted forward passes, but the \ others came as the result of hard, plug i ging football. BrlcUey kicked a field goal from the "5-yard line. Haughton changed his rush line again to-day. Westou, who has played for two years, but who, after being in live games last fall, was considered too slow, was tried at guard. He played all through the scrimmage in Welling? ton's place and looked better than last fall. Sweeteer and Trnmbull alternated at right tackle, while Curtis continued at left end. Weatherhead, who did so well at end against Bates, worked for a time in Hardwick's position, while Bigelow, the third substitute centre last year, played part of tho scrimmage in Soucy's place. Secret Drill for Cornell, iV,y Telegraph to The Tribu:. Itbfaca, N. Y., Sept. 150. ?In .ecord ance ?rita the new plan? of Dr. Sharpo, the coach, tho Cornell football uqvd had a secret signal drill in thr ball cage tins afternoon and wa sent to the field for serimmag?. The tcrinimage was a snappy one although it lasted only a naif uour. Se /eral forward passes wen trtd, but only one was successful, ?at of f-huler -ley, for the scrub. B?e tho coach, has been grooming a Da * nan for centre. He is Klein'rt, a ? ?vy line man, who promises .o fill the po? sition held by Cool, who has been ab? sent lor a week. Penn Loses Valuable End. ( By Talegraph to Th? Tribune J Philadelphia, i * valuabl-s end was lost to-day in Pennsylvania football practice when Matthew tackled with such tiereeness that he strained an anhl?. Dr. Ilancoe team physician, and biwer, the coach, hud to carry him off the Meld. An ex animation later disclosed tho fact that the tendon achillet. was injured. Matthews will not be able te play In wie Franklin and Marshall gaine on Saturday, and possibly not for several weeks. Brooke la worried over the In? 1 jurv, becauBe Penn is shy ol goer! 'and Matthews gave promise of rie velopiiig into a star wing man Busy Afternoon at If. Y I Now York University's football play? ers had a busy afternoon on Ohio Field yestrr.li,>. Ueilly, the coach, j'atfe the afternoon over to drilling hin men in several new plays mid to ?lie perfection of the forward paas. in which flag? u bloom, the bip, rangy end, did aeBM clever catching. Thomson, labt year'.-? left halfback. reported for practice. This, combined with the km Ht Bell, a former Pawling School back, had donned his tog\ ?used much rcioicirg. t arloug'i, who had been on tho sick list, vas again on tlio field. Shift? in Line-up at Fordham. 1 he Maroon eleven had another hard scrimmage yesterday in preparation for the gamo with Gallan- rdhatit : on Saturday. Several changes wero mado in the team yesterday. Butler, the big back tield man, played fullback in place of Yule; Healy replaced Robins at end, Mea was put at centre in place of Captain Bud Wyniard, who am gaged in another part of the held aer* fecting his tricking fr?ta placemn.t. NEUR?T?S~N01lAR TO FOOTBALL COACH igo, Sept. HO. l'nable to walk because of an attack of nearitl . Stagg, director of athletics of the I'ni a of Chicago, prepared to-day t.. ? h arge of the- football squad and direct the practice while perched on the scat of a motorcycle. rha veteran coach, who has been confined to his homo for ten day.--. made his first appearance this year at the football field yesterday, following his chargea around the Held on a motorcycle. This season is the first in twenty-two years that Star g has failed to be on the tield at the beginning of the practice work. Stagg asserted that his condition was showing improvement and that he hoped to be "on bis feet" within three or four days. .? ?? ? .... MUCH JOY FOR JIM RICE Big Squad of Freshmen Turns Out for Pall Practice. One of the largest sqoadi that baa ever reported for fall rowing was turned out by the freshman class at Columbia yesterday, to ?1 e great de? light of Jim Rice, the euch. The Brat squad of the aftr-n.i on showed a total of thirty-live can ! and the two succeeding squads had fully a. many,' t.o that in all ? one hunflrcd members of the entering class registered for the crew and spent half an hour on the machine: in the first practice. One of the mo?< eonrpicuous eandl* j dates was F. L. O'Loughl.n, a brot r 'aid O'Loughlin, who captair. d the Columbia 'varsity aifht in "?"> and 1?06. James B. O'N'eale, pitcher for the teat three years, was elected captain of the Columbia baseball team for 1015 yes? terday. O'N'eale was originally a mem? ber of the class of 1914, but will not receive his degree until next June. lie ia one of the best pitchers the Blue and Whlta has had. The election was by mail vote, inas-1 much us the election held by the teen last spring after the close of the tea ron wan a tie. BOYS AND CULS! How would you like to have a "movie'' hour in school? Would it not be even better than the much-loved "library hour**? ?| Your teacher knows that you like to have little fun in school. ?1J That is why she plays games with you, an lets you draw, and reads you stories. ?J But would you not rather give your play hoi to some real fun, to some genuine excitement ? to a motion picture show? ?J That would be the grandest play hour in th world? t? And teacher would enjoy it, too. ?| This fine idea has been arranged by The Trib une. It is going to give you and your school ; Pathescope entirely free. The Pathescope is ? perfectly wonderful motion picture machine which runs every kind of an interesting film. It i: as good as having your own motion picture the atre. Turn to Page 2 and read how you can help bring the Pathescope and free movies to youi school. ??aanaaaaVBBrfi99aflSBaVaateBaiaRB^S99^^0^/^^ Y.CITY 0 COUNCIL^?/ 50 MADISON AVENUE Tti? a that ?ppmr In tW 'tie Day Ccotlt? uf orgnnliatlf'J IxjrlllmJ t'prin-ei. ! 5-roit Coeiuile?asmr. 'I' NDQUARTERS NOTICE?, futuro scoutmasters will bo re ? quired to tumish weekly report? of at i tendance. Postal with printed |. ' report v,il) be obtainabh. at these hcad Juarters on and after Monday, October , 1011, and a supply will be rent to each scoutmaster At the end of each month tha attendance percentage of each troop will be computed, and those troops having tOO per cent will receive ! mention II this lolmnn and a t the troops getting 80 per cent or better will bu published; those get? ting 90 to 100 per cent vv.ll be graded ICttlOf 80 to ?0 per cent will be graded '" - A.-i the necf tibitiei of the situation no longer inimrr the meeting of iticom 'eamers this srrvicc has bet ? continue!. ra will be a scoutmasters' dinner i at l:8U p. m. on Wednesday, OctoDtr 14. Kindly advi-c the^c headquarters ! if you frill bring any guests. ? o'clock that evening there will bo u I scoutmaster*' meeting a*, theeo ticad I quart? ..di-ion av., ta which ta will he admitted. , Beeata from Troopn II, 83. 119, 111, er.ce.rted blind people. ? to I lecture on "The Beauties of La I peranto and It? Value la Uta Wind" tt iiiseum of Natural History last i night. ?Scoutmasters are requested to send to these headquarters applications for l merit badges an soon us possible, so that examination!! may be arranged. Kast Kronx troops willing to take part in local display of Scout activi? ties should communicate with tho fle'd instructor ut these headquarters. ?ROOI* NOTICES. Troops 3 end 117 participated in e successful hike on .Saturday end Sun? day In Westchestcr County, cooking and swimming test? being successfully parsed. DIRECTUM fP?CES A MILE IN 1:58 Sets World'* Record by Beating William in a Match Race at Columhus. ' omnibus, Ohio, Sept. ?0.?Dircctum I, the pacer, driven by Ray Snedeker, i this afternoon ov>r the Columbus track defeated William for the lirst time in ?this Indiana four-y mold's racing ca ' rcer. To do so the eheatnnt stallion was I I I to pace the Brat mile m 1 ??* land the aeeoad la 2r0<i. The time ef the first heat is ever made ! in competition, and ? stands ?a ' a v.orld's record, before to-duy each; had wor a second heat in 2:00. irmcr record for one hea made two I " at Detroit by 1 r. n . Bogash, Jr. ? itionn favored Diree tun I, but William area favorite at 2 te 1 After the tret heat the odds ahifted to 2 t> 1 o.i niicctum I. A scvenUm-mile wind wui blowing when' the lirst heat started, but its velocity ui h reduced when the Un? called. The horses had to i cc against; ;he barksireU-h. \\. 1 Snow captured both clttis pact.i with the favorites, Jaystone and Lelia Patcben. The form r lost the heal of the 2:U9 event to Tillie ' Tipton, but practically settled the race by taking the next one ii ' "1 '*. Noth -, ir.g in ; I 16 held bothered Lelia en. ?ft MICHIGAN AT OLD TRICKS Opens Football Setison by Drubbing Depauw Eleven. Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 00.?Disre? garding tradition by opening the hea ?on with a whirlwind exhibition ct open football, the Universit? of igaii leven defeated DepaOW here to? day by a score of T>8 'o 0. Cardinals Shut Out Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsbargh, Sept. M. -St Louis ?hut Pittcbur^'li out by a score of 1 to 0 to? day in tie last game of the season be? tween these teairii. Doak ullowed only three hits. Miller decided the contest in the t.ixth inning by driving the ball over Kelly's head to the flag staff for a home run. Al? though eight hits were made off Cooper he was effective when men were on based. Blow to Columbia 'Cross-Country Team Columbia's 'cross-country prospects , suffered a blow ??? 'a hen it was learned that Frank 8. Wbalon, who ?do j elected captain of the harriers for this ?easen, would bo una-ble to return to i the i.- because of financial Btrine. to the war. Wiib. ..ne of the best men ! Bernic Wefers had, and he was relying ? ou him to build up a strong team. A schedule of dual contest? is being arranged for the Blue ami White har- j and will probably include meets '] with Princeton, Yale and Pennsylvania. THE WEATHER REPORT* Forecasts and Records of the Last Twenty-four Hours. ORuial Kc< ?nl an.I I ore, j.t? Washing- ! ton. titpi Is.?The Oulf atem Uaj app.? I ; ilie gale* o:. tl?i middle I' saased seuenal I t-veiity-fo IN In the .^jrii?. South <:aro I I loriga. 1 !. of ihe eouii- ! | try the w?ath?r renaaiaed grr.eruii> fair. al. i though "Slit loculra Ins Ii. ".en I ataataa Temp?ratures are season I ta all I I country. i With the ueOfllOII Of ? tief weather: I suj local raose alone - sal the. weather will be fair Thursday and Friday In 'practically all pa.-;j of il '<o lui temperature change I? Indlcatrd lor anv region within th<> i.exl lorty-elght hour? ' iy-North At- ? ? laotlc. . . middle Atlan?c ? I mod?rai l -Ulan- , : tic. modi to fre. i ?rale pjOtth. HDOtr 'Jte v.iriablL. . I becoming seil id Itklilgaa. ; ;owrr la lor.ij.i for (?ue.-lal Lcalltlea.?New j fD|!:iu'l. Lastern New York, r a.t? rn ' Penum haiiM. Nui Jersey. Delaware ! Maryland, the District ot 4oluinl.lt? Weat I Virginia. Western New Vurk and Western Pennsylvania, fair to-day ujid tu-morroir. LocJ OnVial Record.?Ihe followlug t>fl9 clal record from the U'eather Bureau bIiowl th.- chants? in the temperature for the last twenty-four !:oura lu <.?;;;par;.iOU ?Uli the j coireipcudu.r ' reeri i t a ni " P m. a? s'3 ! S a ii- ? ? MI i . ; .? 4 I Hlfli?.- Ul .at ?p in.i. i 5?. uvera?. f? late last year ! C average for turre-po.iulng date lac'. I three year Local lore<a*t.?fair to-day and to? morrow; niederste northwest winds. Humidity. I a. it.1 P "'- sail P ni (laromri. r Kesdiogs. I s 'h t COURT CALENDARS The MtMtMg ?f the Une I ie tarso? et agiaUut. 111UJ be eeltad la the order airea IIHERAL. in ?'til niRI. ?i ? ? I>mlcv.Iibb?la ? ' plia Hlll/Tc I Mlnif ! Btwruian/Watt? i AmOrapti/Olrnbei ? f -apln'o I Burn, 'OrjinoOeuei?.? Mill 1 einliailea r-tj 'oon/Cnatry ? , .Glwitt'nan ?.ame?/' I'/HudaOU UaMaaaaHai -MM fonrl of .ipix-al? (Vlllleins Durk/MrOraih Brl:Trl ?cli|.'r"llii/Konifert NEW YORK "COUNTY. Ml 1'lil vu fnlRT. \pprllat? DlTlaltv?Raoa?a Imperial lacro?Part I > L17IUATED MOTION?. -urn* 'Wn? p?opl?/Oond?rf ' irren rlilo/plrllle ? DeviverRU" /Woods I Thurnian/Tlmnimn rtlniar ioO/C?ry Sandhop R ?titenbcra i?*?ln MollvB '-'K>ii? thal/WaahBH .mi? Versen :..e/l nd'rtitll in/Nathan It?. Dulamater l*l?rTOttl/YcllowT?xl ...than Root/r am? Slrannlmanl o/tt linn V. ? rtrhwrllor/ft'liweller Ko Gllinartln am? sec la Meuatr?/lntltT RKhard-/Robin Murray/:?-WVauderw K? Brookiteln CltyNY/McCarthy Pose/Po?8 Bam?/Bam? Sume/8*mn lie RoftbllneSonK* fiW-./DeMaaaluAO? Bro* n/Bromi KcNatBoii'laVMtte Htu'?/- ? ' iBon/MeKalg: ' MiutxrtTheatroi Prend eri-a bt/Geysor J?'ot>:on/J?cet*o:i Hpeclal Tma-Part II?W15KK8. J. Hperlal Terns?Parta HT IV. V. VL VTi a: till. Adjourn, d for the term. Trial Term?Pa-ta II. all. IV. V .1 VII. VIII. IV \ vi, MI. VIII. XIV. *>. \\t, \\U -r.C .\* III?Adjourned for til? lena. Mull/Bar d/iJrabclsky a Breien iLI/Borlnv A'en.er -riPrlntlna JohriB")ii/Si:liro??Sarr Ttn fomerford It- Jellnak Gold/WerUtn mock .? ,'nn Hudeon/Ayree Ld?ar/Klah Uoro?/Boro? ?I RKOGATEK COtBT?COHALAN, 3. wilus ron proba re- a- io:oa u. m. "ker I Lu ./ U Knight Jonua Phlllpm Y I" K Berlin il Chap?n * m v taavan rtprilal Trrn?fart I? : A.VtoM. J. i ivyton/i. lubLuundrj mon lly/KUUfUfHet?! i d.Tior :: mgcr I -tGuMo rra'-titenbcrg * VEGAN, J. Prown/eotacheek?A Benedlot . iveiw appointe!?. m* Catirt- WFEKB. J '!i<Mlu/?l tattlloro? A KaU. German ?av Lflt/M M alert?u?-N Olcotl. ' .K'/M La raice?O A Coon??. ti l-acltarman/L 6 iJeld?t?tiv-C W ??area. A K M?okuy/8 Rumoro?W J Lynch. Garnaui tiir Bk/11 M M?rt<-n??N Ol-ett. ? B Ttick?rmaii/M?neoii ?tltv-o B May??. I T T Brlt,k?rhoiT/W r Crsn?, fr-W Larre ' : ??"??. i V Robert aw Co/M p r"*rfusen-I Waeli j bom. Wejt Pk Pre? Ch/O W Rudbtn-J Tt Trtj?? ! .laJ*. > 8ul!lv?n/Ho? I'rkio ? Re EtorcK timon/Klrby I Wl-iakor/WiuaW HuHmun/fc'u.-Binaii i Wdnli?iidler/W?luh*r. BRONX COUNTY. NIPR? ME COURT. Bneebil Terra?GUT. J. Ei pan* matter??At 1030 a. ? 1 Motion oale?dar adjourned antlt Oct ?. till COI? NTT CO CRT. ?aeelal Terra?CIBBU. J. MOTIONS. I Oarfaetio/CarjellB ' Ore?n/Patt<iudihoo: rank I Trial Term?GI BBS, J. No day calendar. rTltltOGATES COCBT?aCHULfi, 8. Ne day calendar. KEC LIVERS APPOINTE?. Supreme l.ourl -Gl.'T, .1 A DortT J Biaifli-r?M A M Mo?UowH?'J ^.(eirt^r-ll A V. Inkoet. KINGS COUNTY. MPREME COURT. tppellat* OUIslfn? I'd lient JCNKh, ['. J.; Tie ill. dTAPLK ' JI. \V i-.\I.LND.?il-l P. M. Mdson L.idew Prteru/Kelwy .Stnil t on /( i rah? in Devmafr/Nlcklee Bck/Clty?t i . or 'jnnor ic/HollendaT uretyCo lolmaton n l: ? ? ! uni. Ciiecy/Mort^DryDock lrtal Term Adjourned uutll Oct. 0. Ap|>rllale l>rm?nacer?. M|ie?lal Term?Part III-Trial??R?eose. hpcilal Term?Part I?JAYCOX, J. mutions- ai io a. m. Hawley/Ha?li / I Hlmpnon/Daly JIlUer/Hl COarclo/MOarcio Idii'llnser/CeWarholm ! Ke ilinrom? I Rel#r/l<"vv I AfrlnlarUw/WuFPernuia I l rl?<lriuin/NTMunteJt I n* Maple tit (SuO I Ottciibure/Misee? ! Co Lipkhltz I Ht Indlanl?ef rWobs'ri Ro Tbbot (Webster) ' Vlbcrt ?-"oriiell/Abrain? Pcople/Puilnian Crand/Haabrouoii N|?a/B l E H l< Braali */D?a Nutale/IIua. fa'iiion . 0't.eary, Huj 1 oun Ka\a:i >y/Napler i "ai ?huu/Keiuiy nrth/UR Siack/BQftiiRn ?Ylr/lma-i/BRTraa 12Welk/WWclk O'N.III/B II P> R Braudt/rVltnum lltiioirhar/Garteu Ilaranilll/L'ndarblll CrConnjll/?XoniuU Rr liin.buvciL. 10) Kltne/Moniauk ? /A?'t:^iliJiC-? .>:i/COarl?oi? Re Kelly tcaliv/UilbowiU i Holoeher/daneo M Peteraon/RPctaraen CntwHtto/Brady I Re MuCook <L Sxttl) I Mlller/Oabri?lU Con j 'llib?r'./Zlinm?r '??Hand ?-M!. i Uoodwlti/BwajrTru?t blKKOUATLf' IOIKI At 10 ?. n WILLS -KLTCHAM. a Pe:er KnalJ? Caroline N?e ? l?MTINi ' h'niaii S v, y h iron (^tli ' /der AI frei- irlado bLy Mosca I. Ellen B l e>iup'' Krui?? Martin i maker l/Nltabera ? Oerg tialey . ?-?liuTjiI oach rail I i VG/Parlaxhy ?ml lerm?Part II RANSOM. .1 Ei part? tm-tne??? ?efauim. 1? 30 a. ui. lerm-PaH. I. II. 111. IV. V. VI. \ f i j \ ni - AOjeare J fir th? tenu. KLFKnEUi Al POINTElJ. supreme Court?<;i T. J. R- Mulltiaii -Mauri'!o I>< hTh??. ? . - Harr> I ? I AlaENDAR Will of Rosa Kraft Ito-ia Kran IT ?OI NTT (Ol HI. Part IV?Civil lalendar. Trial term adjourn,;.! um,! QUEENS COUNTY. COCJNT1 < OCBT, Trial Term?IMMPMttt:Y J (,'ronin/B H R R lnd?rverl/Tal?Bd ?ii/B II R It McG?irl - KlUfcrald, U II R It W -tllMU 'i y t S Ry U II K It Terry/L IRR ltematn<l<;r of cajenilur i>abi ?<1 unlit Oct. a tn. Klcliarde/W Y A Q Ry H (i * ? ?y Hoyt/B 11 R R co?au/c i ?i B :<y H R R trtboid - KR ,-lirey? ? I. 1 It R Shipping Information and Manne News of the World Vessels Arriving at ajad Depart? ing from Port of New York, Wedneaday, September 30. MTVTATURK ALMAN1 , tunrlte, 141; suu?et, 6:t3; mcon sets. 3:3; IfiOOt.'a age, 1.. 1U?U WATLll P.M. ! Bandy Hook . I jr's Island . *:1U HM . ?:00 3:10 INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-l>.\\. l'roin. ?Korona.Dil .juebec | .and.Liverpool. Bcpt 22.Red tt ?vol?,.Genoa, ?ent 17... Italian' I ?SUmpella..Gibraltar, fc'ept 21.It..l'an; i.Palermo, Sept 17...Italian t?eruea. ..Babaa. Sep? 19- .Brazilian ad.Bermuda, .-?>;.t 31. ?. ?Carillo.Colon. *?pt 34.' _Rotterdam. Sept 31 .U- \ UanehesU-r, 6epf It w 11 Proleiu..:.' i ? U Cid.N Orle. So Pao V RI DAY. OCTOBER 2. ' .Liverpool, Kept. ?4..W Mar ?franc?.Havre, Bept. it.1-Yench ?Noordatn. Kolterda Moll-A j ?Maya- llenada, t-ept :.'.. Trinidad ; ,t. Louis..Savannah, bept. 'J. Savannah I .Ja<ki>on - I..Clyta* I DUU SATURDAY ?B 3. as.Llverp - Am'can mta.Ltverpo Canard ? .".Ward .friitobui. Stpt. ..;..Panama | Vsaipaaai.Qalvest Hallory nuili. OUTGOING STEAMERS. 'JO-DAY. .. * Eap'nsa . '?? - . 9D? s tu i. I CO., 1 40 a tu l:.00 in Ikfria. Mom.- r: 00 m SKjoi > 1349 p m 3.00 p nt ? C of C< . fmv..- a 90 p ni ' Arepaho*. j i\iil? ciyd?- loopm, . - 3<u p m rrUDAT Oi^TOULR 2 Psrlii.. 00 p m Vleila: . UM in 3 00 p M 1341 P m ? : 'RUAT. OCTOBSB 3. . Livcip !, A . !.00 tn ,13 00 m 3 09 p m NY ?? PR ? 00 a m 12 00 m ijao. ? S-00 a in 12-00 r.i . Quebec 9:00 a in 11 00 a tu K Co t.'JO ?? Ward TOW a m 1:00 pin Columbia. Ulasgow. An.-'r - l: to tu At Tr - 10 00 a tu ->. W'd-12:00 m .- t I's- 13 00 t.i i 00 p in I .?- 100 p nt 00 p tn - i 00 p m 3:00 p m I' - 3.00 p m TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. ?NY ?41 fm m PUl.tppluea (via ?.-u.To-Say Hawaii tila bail Krafl-Uxo!?Mat . .Ocu 2 Hawaii. Ja. an. Cor?*. China. Phll ! Irplnes (via Lan rrauclacol? Teuyo .Oct. 7 j - t?-?Ierra .Oct. 3 I Japan. Cores, .. Mu*. Philippines <rta Is) Btattla tiara_...Oct. I aRRivtu. . -ran Baa I a^n.laco July 71. ru -. U. Hilo 11 Balboa ano ibei ? and Philadelphia il with uidae. Cimaguey iCuban). 'aaatiago September 8, r-avgot IS and Ouamanamo . .-4 to the New York ana Cuua Mail 8s Co. ; wlih a .am ! Tauche'. iBr, in<?w. HOW ton?), Shields Bep : temfc?' IS, ta Grorgt D AU tu ballaal. tar. 6 a m. ? -Li ?;?. i long Ktiig S, ?lugapore August 1, Colombo 1?. Sues September 3. Part t>*id 4 and Boston 3?, to Punch, L'dyo Uar. 11:11 n in, 39th. Comal, Oalveatea September "3, to the Mavl .. cnjerb and tndse. Quar antint 3 a tn. El Mundo, CaJvcstoii September 34, to tho j Southern Paclllc Co, with mdse. Quarantine. rat a m. Slddonu (Br), Santos ?-?pteinl^.- ;', Rio do I Janeiro 0. Bahla 11 and Trinidad 31, to Bunk a Daniel i, a Ith ma Uhj-, 9 a as. ! i Delaware. Philadelphia, to the Clyde 8s Co, \ with m: -, Quarantine, 1:3 p at, llamllton. Newport NWs and Norfo'k, to the Old Dominion 8s Co. with passengers antt nrdae. Qua. ? m Handy llo-ik. N J. Bent 30. ?:S0 p ro? Wind northwest, light breeze; clear; light sea. SAILED. Hteamers Camoens 4Hr>. Manchester; An :' Maracaibo, Mayaguez, Adrian ...ond. iWrgc town; t .\rthur. Lalla (Nor?. fhiladelpin*. LtiteUaa (Br>, Bordeaux. Alamo, Gal vast on; Prlnrew, Anne. Norfolk Almirante, Colo: Inolc. Turk':i Iblaud; S.? York (Diit-h). uun? Jateado di uiorgie (Nor), King? ston. STEAMER? AT FOREIGN TORTS. ARRIVED. Boroeaui. Sept ,:4? Flandre .Fr-. Ne? York. sfanohefUr, S*pt 3*-Van llogendorp (Dam, York \la Kiiiiio'.-in. etc. apt ?-??-Galileo (En, New York. SAI' Christianas, sept 24? California 'Dan., New PASS LID. Sept ???Saxoleln? iBr>. New Vor,. land. arlots (Dul, New York for ' Hotlerdam. Brow Head, b'ept 30?('annlng (Bri N?w Tork (or Manchester Pascal (Br> New York for 78,325 New Auto Licenses. Albany, >t-pt. M.??New motor cur eight months of Uta present li?cal \ear, ending to-day, ex? ceeded the total new r.-fe'idtrations for last year l>y "'J.??)*), according to figure* made public to-day by Mitchell May, tary of btatc. Tna new registra to date aggregate ?&,ii'??. Bankers Fight War Tax. Iiidiaiiupulid. Sept. SO.?The Indiana Banker?' Ansociation, at its annual convention here Lo-di-y, adopted a res? olution protesting th>' proposed war tax of 5? on each <1.0<H) of bank capi? tal, burplud and undivided pi*otits,.now pending in Cong; | SURROGATES' NOTICED. US' Pt'BtiCANCB ?V AN ORDFT: OK HON. Robert Ludlow Fowler, a hurregats of the County of Now York, not!>.?? la hereby given to all persons having claims agaiaat Jacob Doll, law of tuo Countjr of Now Tc-rk. deooaasrt. to preaon: tho saino witl? vouchers thereof to tfc? uubscrluera. at ttnlr place of transacting business. i:oo.u -, |3 Nassau Ut.. Borough of Man? hattan, in the City of Now York, oa or before February 1st. 151 Datad New York. July tt. 1314. OTTO DOLL. GEORGE DOLt. FREDERICK DOLL. *ACOB DOLL. Jr., ExatMUora EUGENE V DALY. Attorney for Cxoo. utors. 33 Nassau tit.. New Yark City FLEMING. VTRGLVIA HAMMOND. ? In pu.-auaaco of an order of Hon. Joba P. Cehaian a iJurrogat* of tho County of - urli. notice la hereby given to all fvraor.s having claims against Vtrglala lainutond Fleming, late of tho County of fork, 'o presoni the saan?, with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, et it* plate of transacting bualneaa. No. (4 Wall ? traet. in the Borough . f Manhattan, in the City. County and Wat? of Now York, jciort? tho 15th day of .March, 1?Ij Datad. N?w Yark. September Ith. 1S14. CENTRAL TRt.'nT COMP.VNY OF NLW YORK. _ Fxoeiator. JOLINE. LARKTN & RATHBONE, Attorneys for Executor. Ornv?. aid Pos' ugh ?? Manhattan. r Nsw Yort TRANSPORTATION Hudson River by Daylight All Here Ire Dally Bsrept Sajada?/. .v^'C?0' K-" Connections to all point? la ? ?*<*",M* ?aratoga. the. Adirondack?. tag Weat and North. Mualc. Restaurant. Str. "Washington Irving' Tvedar?. Ttraradaj?. Saturday?. Sir. "Robert Fulton" Motada??. Wednesdays, Friday?. Daabreeawa ?f.. ?:<o A. M. : W. aid St.. ? I A M.; W. ix?th Bt.. 9:U A.M.: Yonkor? Z'*1 A. SI., sanding at 'A cat Point, Now *\'?.'H: P<*??hk?*p?Ts. Klngaton Point, Cat? kill. Hudson and Albauy. AU through rail tickets b*t?eeu N*v York and Albauy aco?pud. Special Saturday Afternoon Ontlag? To We?4 Point. ?ewburgh aad netam Oct. 3rd. ate. "ALBAWY," Oct. 10th, ?fr. "WASHINGTON IRVING," lsmvtng Das brosaes St. : P. M . W. i:nd 8t. I:If P. M., iff. l-?th St. s:DJ P. M.. Tonk?r~. V. M Returning from Newburgh >:4a. West Point, 1:20 P M. rootbaJI at W??l Point?Stevens Oct. ?.-d; Rutgar? Oct 10th. Hudson River Day Line (ALBANY DAY I.r.YE.) DeabraMNtea ?t. Pier, New York. TOI. Kprlng 4141. AU - THE ? WAY. BY-WATLR To BOSTON llETROPOtlTAN STEAMSHIP LINB Fast Steal Stumers MASSACHUSETTS ni NNO Hm Last Salti"! fr?? New Vera. OcteStr '.H, taan Pkw II. North River, foot ?f Murray strwt wask da/s ?aid ?andar?, at 144 v. IL Hams e?r?loa returning frota Indi? ^turf. Beatos. U hour? tMvma um to? aim. Ta PORTLAND, M?. MAINE kTIAttamP UNE S. S. NORTH STAR mi NORTH LANS Leave Pier I?. North River, foot of Warren Street, at i:08 P. M. Tuesday?. Thursday? and Saturdays. A delightful '??0 inlli-, 22-hour trip to Portland, the CITY BEALTIIL'U Tickets, ?to., at tii? Pier. ?:*o at New Y?rk Transf?r Co.. and Tourist offices throughout the reafk n.-heu to all point?. liarme . tASTERN STIAM8HIP CORPORATION. STATE I^BOSTOH^ Uorceotev. ti.Wt Providente direct. OLTMDK hi AU-ROOHl SI.OO. Dalli. Including Hunda?, ,,::j4) u. m. 1er 19, K R. 'Pboii. 2r<V> BeeklBa- . (Jlty like: .XS?. -jxt Broadway, N, V. Vptown Ticket Offlo?. Broadway ?ud 23; ?'.. Off. "n'HIMF PIEPR. rorvr mont Ar, i -?? neu u une 8t pklyn at moon ?"or Porto Rico Car*c?n t, v?.../.u?i? CABACAS <>. >. :vw?r.ir>rf.piiTA ZIMA.Oct. 14 MARA? AIllO ... Oct. ?S ?upertoi Accommodai...... i?v . ?.?aenst-ra ulish daleett a co.. General Manager? 12 Wall OLD nom mon LINB To all Pola'? South atf West ?very Wart day at S p. m. Plvr S. N R Tel BOO Fraoklla. Clark'a Orient Crsba. rae. 14. S40S ?s: S. B Bat tardara. F. C. CLARK, rimas av?lale?, N V _PUBLIC NOTICE-_ SCPREME COURT, APPELLATB Di? vision, Tlrst Department.?In th? matter of th?! application of INTERUOROUGII ?RAPID TRAN'.I!' ?OMPANY for tue aP ' i potntment of three Commissioner? to Deter* I mine and R.por: whether IU Elevated Ran- . road Extern-iona. known respectively as IB? I .10 and tho West Karmt. I hutrway Connection. In th? BerouKb of The Bronx. Sute of N?w York, a? used util de- ' termln.'i hv the Public feervic? Commission far th? First Mstrlct of the State of N?w York, ought to be con?trtict ?d and operated. I sat l'arma Sub*a> Conii-rtlon. i iiotl.-e '.? hereby given that r M to ?le provistos? of Uie Rapid Tranolt Act being Chapter 4 of the Laws of 1891. a? amended. Iut.-rborouath Rat.ld Transir panv will ai.plva to the Ai toa of tho Supreme Court of tho Btate of New York, In and tor the Elrat Judicial Depart ment, .it a term thereof to bo held ?t tl. Appellate Division Court House. Madison : Avenue and -^th Street, in tho Borough of Manhattan. Cltv of New York, on th* Bth . day of October. la!4. at 10 oVlock lQ IB? [ forenoon of that day or ?s soon thereafter ab ? counsel can be heard, fog the appointment of three commissioners In tho above ? troceecing to 'Jeterminc and report aft h?artn, r- railrcs.U ana t i upon th-.- Webster Avena? LId?> und tk< Karma Subway Cinnectlou. respectively. |n | tiic Borough of The Bronx, la th? City of New I the l'ubllc ?ervlc? | for tl.? Ural Dlktrlct ? .st.r.? of N.w York, ojght to b? conatruct?<: ' and operated Th? capers u?on j-or?. t!d xp p!:-ation ?ill bo made ara t'..e petition of said lnte.-borough Rapid Tranalt Company date-j th^ (Jtii Jay of July. IW4. and tl ., and paaars aceonipauvtns t!.' ail of which w?ru filed In the oftl.-e of lbs Clark of .-.aid Appellat. Division, on tl.? 7'h day of Julv tult. and In addition I au.-Ii otlier papers as bhall bo presented to the : i v>:npa:iy The sai i railr-.Mads and facilities aro deter? mined and a'ithortiec. by the Public Service | <"ornniii-slon for IB? Klrst Dlstrl- ? - dated March 19th. i?l,1. and ?re de bcribed therein an? It? the papers rile.; au aforesaid with the Clerk of tl.* Appellate n and are described generally as foi? low* WLRfcn-.R AVKNCE UNE.-A tbree-traclt ! ?Iev?t?d railroad upon th? following route or routea Diveiglng from th* existing structures of j ;.ird Avenu? i., n- o' tue Mantiattan Rat:roa.i. at a point ubout hvo hun-lr n^rt:i of reihain Avenue and rhlrd Avenue; i theuco rjnnln? uort!iwe?terlv and .-roa*li;? - right of "ay of t i. Yo,-:t at Hi.rl.-m Railroad Company to W?b sl r A-. eoue (heooa northerly along and ovar . .... I'.oaJ. thenr? curvlna uorthwvoterly alona and over ttreeta and privat? property sol . Ight of wav 'f Uie N m \or\t , 4: ll^.-l.ri Rallroa-i Company to Gun HI I tlor.-e curvftig northeasterly Hill Road ta a l-olnt at or near vt'hlU l?osd ' t rn'theriv over street? ; . ,ii rsUroaO on White j Plaltjh i I'ARAfS HL'BWAY CONNECTION. -A tve vated .-.inroad upon th? fol or routes. Diverging f"om the ?listing Third Avenu? at about I43J fltre?t. ihon:? ' .-?urn artvat? property aid Wll'.lr uud Berwa-J Avenu?? to a point i.'.ar US-.li atreat. th?nc? northeasterly. Ing 14>th t:t/??t DMt a puV.i; p:?r?. Gerard Btreet, the rlrht of *??? *t ll?? enlatliig ?*?> ?rai.-Eronx Rapid Transit Railroad und?r th? contract of February ar.4 i?Hv?t? pro??rty t? a point near tloa of Brook aud Weatchesur Avenues wher? a coanectlan can conveniently b? mad? with the Weat Farm? Division of , 1 Manhattau-Brona iupij Transit Rai'.roal. The object of tha aforoaald kppilcatiou la to obtain th? api/oli.tiuaut of litro? cotnmls ttoneri. r:?rnliie afUr a hearing ef all th? partl?H t.-.?crested whether th? said ;ai:it!e. oyght to be euu 1 and op?rat?<i. and shall report the ?vidente tak?u to said AsfpeUaW DI?'l.ion. together wdlh a report of t.i?4r d?t?n.ilnatlJa. fport if In favor Jf th? cO?.trurtlot> und oparattoti of ?aid railroads ?nd rawliitt?. 'a. ?aid Interborougb Rapkl Transit Coni panv will ask that it shall h?\ ?hail. i"!.*n contirrnrd ^y th? said Court. ?? lu U?u of th- cousent of th? proparty owuars al?n? the line of ?aid r?Jt?e. Oatd. N-w York. o?pt?iobar l.th 111?. tvrKRBOROL'OH RAPID TRANSIT COM JAMLc ? QUAfKWBCSH. ?ttorBB* l? Broadway Borougu ?f Wan!iatt?JJ N?w City. BISLNE8? NOTJCE8. Maltiarapu Lrttwra. 800_ II.:?. t10O? ti 7a. lOlwn ? pi-orupt. c) B. Waath?rfwrd UC rtavaaM. IHwai IsBK Paatt? Bw*k r ?? MOO CUNARD Eitabltihtd 1S40 Faslest Steamers in the World AQUITAN'A, LUS?UNIV MAllEUNU SAILING^ FOR LIVERPOOL (Seejeet u tatuase? tCdtfnpama Wed., Oct. 7. ! ( LUSiTANIA WexL.Oci 14. Iojr. MA?RETANIA WeA.Oa 21.1 a.? -"Coinpaiiia Wed., Oct. 26, IO O.BV LUSiTANIA Wed., Not. 4. I eaa IiAURETANIAWed.,Nov.il,Ua. ?FroTrConta Sat., Nov. 21. IOa.rn LUSiTANIA Wed.. Nov. 25. I 04R a^ABDQ??EA?SHIP COUPANT, LU 21-24 State Street New Ya**. American Li ie Under the American Flag New York?Lirer pool ?Mla?e4?hia.Oet. >? eeee M. UuH .Or?. If. ?*?? Atlantic Transport Line New York-?Legeten Mla'ht. Oct. 3. 10 A.M. Mlrt'Maka, Ort. 10 )? *.B. Red Star line New York?Liverpool Vedarla??-. Octe*er I. IS A. a. White Star Line NEW YORK?GLASGOW DIRECT OLYMPIC f?? New York?Queens town?Liverpool Cadrle. Ost. 7. ?aea Celtl. . Oct 14. ?Ma t>. Y. A ?Beeloa-Italy-*0rma Via Aiere? aae Qiaraltar ?Ceaipla. Oat 3. II A. *. ? KreaaUad. Oat II l?mpau?ya OaBce. ? Broevdara?. >'. T. r Fall River Line ?BOSTON HLD Lv PIKR 14. H. 1. . ft- r"ult?a Bt.. Tally at ?:^0 P. M. Muale ?'Jew London (NorwteJi) Lin?, rla New London. L Pier 4" :io<jetoa St.. vr?ck d.yi only. S:30 P. M. ; Pier 10. te. K, tt. *. ::d It, 1:0 I I Sight-Seeing Yachts Oh?rri?t)ori and ?ourKi TTouud New V?efc D?l!v Mattery Her 10:30. 2:30 La.tuia? Halij oo to live Ot-eae. Sandy |io?k A Boot land Llehuhip. 1 lOj R?t I 10 Broad HT? KcANSBUnU, N,J. a.?.. X kM p.m. Sun?.. Il t ? a.?' FOREILOSir.K 8ALE8. ?LPREMK York?Fred M. i(alaui Otlaa Karp et ?1 . D?fendant?. - I of a Judgment of forecl<v Iliad? and a , tion. and bearing- date l tember, 1?U. I. tii? nnitiaeif ?il. tbe refer*? -.wme<J, ?ill t- [.jM ".* Lxrl'.ul^. s^l?nroo: ' 14-W V ? | tan, Cliy of Nrv igf October. 1?14. a' U o ?day. by D. I t !:,ji Um premia?? dir*.' t>- toi I i All Uiat lot of land, with tbe b'illdti* Iniprov ? ; arribad ?? fol.ow?: Me?. at ?,, the r ;: Twenty-third bT<?t. dittant .?o hun? i l>y the lnicraectlou of the ea> i Park Avenue wit:. - i northerly p tark Avena?. .ridrrd feet lleven lmi.e? ' liro or the bio'le: thanci j ?aid centre lira.- 01 the bloc? I with One Hundred ?nd Ta nty-thlrd - ?forty-one feet elflii ajralu parallel witti Park Avanu? and . th? dlatance thrnufli a Wali. on? huadroJ Cat' el.'Vuii Lionel to !...? norilier:> .Jr? , Uuudred a:ij Twen weaterty alone the Hun'lr?<i and Twenty-third Mr. f?et el(Ut lachea to th? point or ,..*?. o or I? (InntriK. Dated, New Tork. beptamber ?th, if: 4. Hl'R '..VRREMOT WIUlbR. NORMA" .* KAHN. Attore.y? for Ptalntlff. I? Broedway, Horou?b or hattan N Y. City. 'owlrie I* a diagram or ' to be ?old n? ?Jxet numbar ii. 13ri Stre?t: Centre U ?M ? N I * Baal INN btr. Tuo approximate awout.t of tho i ?.?tree, to aatlbty wbleh th? aUove-d I roperty I? to be ?old. Is Sevan Tliouva ! Huudred Seventy aad U-lv* t<o '> i. v.|ia lnuf.i; then ?y ?* Auguti ? i I Tt> n ? md .?? tembtir i ^'"hrr ?uh The ex; taxes, ati'^-i.iciitj ?n.l v...ti,r rat? or otaer i U?n8. wlilrh -re to b? ?:?ov/?4 to t: - etuiaer out of *.!ie pureliate i.on* la lilu?w und Inter*..* iiruiilo?tf will be ?old ?.'jbjocl to a mortfaa? . I .1. Ibtereat i . num. Dated. New Tr>rk. September Itb. 1114. vWLUl'll LAHHLMOHL. Refere? ! avPREMi?: coL-RT, coi;ntt or Ne? York. Harlem Harinea Bank, v > a?<ln.-,r Wa.xhmctoo H lfhta Dliilieaimt . ?lh? ConatrU'.tlon Company, and otbera, a? ! fenda i-.u?[i'*c of a luderaent of forwlevair? I and ^?le, duly mud? aud ?nter?d In tur ab?.ve ^ntlt!?fl aetlon and bearuac date tb? l?Ui day of Juno, 111?, I. th?. the refere-j In aal i tudfiii' DI iiarn sell by pu! Halraroom. \<'d. 14-K V??*y etr??'. ROM on that day, t . , titerera d ?eribed aa follow?. on ill ?? ,'?-?-,. ' land, v ' the Boi New Y i T?>rk, bounded and dea.'r- ?>?: BaaflBaine jt c.? CWaWr ffjrni'-l f i:?i ?trect with th? v- dubv aloof ??'?, ?' ?!d? of Kith ?treet. 1*1 fee?; una?? aouiVr vjdubon aveaiM. M f-e> 11 l'.i-i.c? te the cenir? Uue qt block b?twe?u l.fth and i;*tb ?tr??t?; parallel ?sl'l. lv?th atr??t and aloaaf ?aid c?ntre lit.? of the block. 1*9 fort to eete woeierty aid? of Audubon avenue, aad U?? north?rl>. alon? tt? tara-, ?4 fe*4 11 aOCOe? to th? point or placo of beaiatiln* Dated. New York, a?pt?mber ?d. 111?. EDWARD A .MeSHANB It f LDWARD a. CUNfH. Attorney for PlalnU? 41 Park Row. New York i Iho foiionlrvr. I? a dl ?r?u? of the arti? ? erty to be ?old. tt? ?tret? vumbtr I? ?4* Aw ! daboa ?venue: street too I - . . h^rg?. to u*v. reperty U to r. i Vd. i? Ou? N HundrcU aud Vor y-thr*? 79.100 delUra (HH Ik? litt? day ?f e a. HI cost? and aileOefafafaV mous' -100. with ln??r??t fee? . IMA, *.oa?t??/ as m. t iv?> aipoaaa? ! the l-;c rtte approxiiaat? am... h? t?x?e. aaaeHtnetit* and water rata ?huh are to b? allow?? ?