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U. S. Jewelers Raid
Canadian Coinage
For Silver Supply
Lg? Price of the Metal
?nd Discount on Cana?
dian Funds Make Melt
iogof Currency Profitable
?Ith th? scarcity of silver more
tt than ever, American jewelers ?re
*L? all the Canadian coins ?vali?
ja This fact was brought out when
!L of the Urge American banks re
^i an attractive offer from a local
Aw coinsVat*"Ad in*U?
Sts. The bank, was placed in *
i?. lite Dana who ??*???*"*, ?" ?
??UPeculiar position. It could have
tJLid the coins to Canada, receiving
?an funds in payment, but thts
?j have entailed a loss, as most of
An? had been taken at their face
*??f whereas it could have sold the
?ft Tot "the jeweler at slightly
w *? face value. To be on the
*?& offflcialsaof the bank notified
K authorities at Ottawa and the case
? tin? being taken up.
Although some time ago the Receiver
fixerai of Dominion banks asked all
??l institutions to exercise care to see
*?t the Canadian coins did not get into
$T hands ?f ?n>;one kn?Lwn ^ be
?kin* a profit from sending them
?eross the border, this request did not
;!l?nt a certain amount of coins from
akin? through, and whon silver re
!Z? rose to around $1.35 and Cana?
an funds dropped to over 8 per cent
nteonnt Canadian silver coins were
??rly sought by American jewelers,
,.V large quantities of them were
Ued and put into silverware for
L past Christmas holiday season,
?hile these jeweler? are forbidden by
?,v to melt the coinage of the United
States there is no law to prevent them
[rom melting Canadian silver money,
ind they are making strenuous efforts
?o capture t& lar?6 quantities of the
?ins as possible.
In melting these coin? the Jewelers
?ve very little waste material on their
?nds, as the Canadian silver pieces
?ontain less composition than the sil?
ler monies of any other country. Prac?
tically the entire coin can be used af?
ter molting, and for this reason the
Inerican jeweler has nothing to lose
ind ?vtrything to gain in purchasing
Canadian coins. According to authori?
ties in the local jewelry trade a move?
ment to reduce the amount of silver
psed in the Canadian coins has been
on for Bome time, and they express
the opinion that the laVge use of these
lilver pieces by American jewelers may
?use the Dominion government to take
inuntdiate action in the matter.
A strange point brought up by one
lilwrware manufacturer yesterday was
that the Canadian merchants were
among the heaviest importers of silver?
ware for the Christmas holidays. This
lilverware was sold to them on the
buis of the current price of bar silver
in America, and the jewelers of Can?
ada were forced to pay very high !
prices. It may have been that the
heads of many Canadian families were
carving their Christmas turkeys with
lilver-handled carving knives made up
of coins used by them many months
before in purchasing other articles.
a
Buyers Arrived
Buyers are invited to register in this
column by telephoning Beekman 8243
?between 10 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Fairchlld Service
ALTOONA. Pa.?J. M. Aaron Co.; J. M.
Aaron, wool piece goods; York.
ALBANY?J. G. Myers Co.; W. Harris,
aiik? velvets; 220 Fifth Avenue; Longacr?.
ATLANTA?Ogus. Rabinovlch & Ogua;
T. F. Gary, millinery; 33 West Thirty
ninth Street.
BALTIMORE?A. Eiaenberg; A. Shranz.
willinery; 5 AVeat Thirty-second Street;
Park Avenue.
BALTIMORE?Edelson & Levy; M. Levy,
woolen pleca Roods; Pennsylvania.
BETHLEHEM, Pa?W. Baker, millin?
ery: Breslin.
BOSTON?L. Cohen Co.: L. Cohen, gen?
eral nid?e. ; Broadway Central.
BOSTON?M. Flak, art goods; Broadway
Ont ral.
BOSTON?A. 8human & Co.; AV. F. Ma
a?r. boyi? clothing; Imperial.
BOSTON?8. Abrams ?fe Co., S. Abrams,
Jtwelry; Pennsylvania.
BRIDGEPORT?Howlan? Dry Goods Co. ;
??. E. Kelly, lace?, embroideries, neckwear,
notion?, toilet goods; 404 Fourth Avenue;
Dry Goods Alliance.
BUFFALO ? Wm. Hengerer Co. ; Miss :
Jackaon, muslin underwear, negligees; 2 !
neat Thirty-seventh Street; Associated !
I>rjr Good? Co.
CHICAGO ? Howland-Sardeson-McColm :
Co.; Alt J. Borge, piece goods, ailks, wool- '
?n?, drew goods; 30?, Fifth Avenue; A. !
Alexander.
I CHICAGO ? Lederer Co. ; A. Spilker. '
tn?rcbandlse manager, silk?, dr?tss goods,
wain and cotton goods; E. Kramer, men's,
STORAGE NOTICES
Warehouseman's Sale of Goods
For Unpaid Charges.
ft? ?rcordatvo v.? h the provicion <>f law..
Vitfii b?!n?? due and unpaid charges, f?jr
?!'lcn the uiKK-rngned Th" Libert?. .Stor
*ti and Warehouse Company, is entitled
J? ? ?len a? warehouseman, on the guods
jwatoaft*r deacribt-.J, and du* notl.-e nav
?..L*"" K" i' '0 sli parti? h known to
.1*? ?n Interest therein, ami the time
?ft w ,n "Jr'h notlc?; for payment of
"?n cbargec having expired, mere will be
JM at public auction, at FlaUau'a Aut
8* Koom?, fcujth.ast. ?:oruor of Uth
ewe? and Cntverslty Mace, New YorV.
S "??"inln? '<n Tuesday, January i:;th,
??. at 10:30 A. M. (and continuing on.
tarn T""'"J*y Ht"1 Wednesday following
fciinL<? the kooUm "av,! ?"n ?*>'""? the
*m?*? ??-?Pertr: Koueehold goods, con
twB.fi bureau?, chiffonier?, denk?, wood,
?!???. k?1' b*dl?? mattreaaes, linen?,
?Maf f?,??.U*r'"' hooVn- b"""ln?. <'">m?
ri? ,ff,l,ur*' ro':k"rn? chaira, carpel?.
S?5? tuT"' ml?or?. sewing tnachlnes.
?-????.. t paflor fwrnlture, boxes and
?W?;. wrelB ano e<"?tenta. china
K55Ttit'?bn<: "TU** ?Pn?h?. e-mareund
?wlII'i?no^,^,'/,'n,,? - ioiinr-'-llo?. guitar?,
ttat? n?*n,d')Iln'?. zither?, trunk? ami eon
ati'J. Jf<n- "??venlra, trophies, bath
*?Jr\r t,frlc '?"?P*. electric fixt?.-?;?,
?'"'I* aSK,rl;' VjyK M>ui* "'-'1?"??. folf
?*? ,;*-?i, 8"' i"if?'-n?*l "iTectH, clothing
?!: Hi? tn*"*?u". ?"?'I for the account
*M Mrm villAin- *'<-'<l "?'<>' Hchuchftrdt
E J?n2- 5a,her!n" ?ehuehardt, Horace
??'?Bf?al* "f Mr* Wealay Harper
WallSZ.i?f^Rl'- l- C- V Killlar,, petw
?MA1'1 Whe?l?r. Mr?. R. V. Rice
l**i7 i'" ft V C<u!n"' Mr" J-*n ??t
^"?bal'l 75*' ''? '?*?"? *???? ?Ui-.kley
^ ? t,""'1 p;*',:'- "?"?? A<Ja o'Mahot^y,
*<:.?*?'?, "' f'"* H"'"ing. Miss s. r'
^*a oS?* ?"'1"'". MT?. W. C Wiffcon
?br W^ri' ?' ?>? yruiuon. Mrs. Dor'
fWm.rM.^^n* Mor.an. a? thnlr
S? UmS ?1?/L!**t?*? tCT'P? leather bo^t
?f? ?l?nr,ah v ,"' h"!,J f<"" MCuanl pi
**????????, r" J ^- ' ????"?on, a?
, ObV? i,,!?,? if,a>' *PPe?r
5"* ty^wru?? s^'a"-?.#?";tl?,r.al book
>??1?1. ft" ?I?V.'^Ul'! *???W?t ?f Juriu?
^^???7ti?? ?w *' ,,)""f '??Wiml?, ohatr?
i
boya clothing; J. Armand, underwear, hoa
ery. met?'? furnishings: Miss 0. Mansion.
.?aJ. ?h'Wron'?i wearing apparel, muslin
underwear; 113S Broadway; Munfeer Co.
CHICAGO ?A. H. Lewis, dry goods.
m?iV/,T,,,'?rJn,"nl?lrB' h*ts? ?hoes; Hermitage.
C HICAGO?Mi Kahn, dry goods, no
4'erv?,",^"rnUilx?naras; Aberdeen.
CINCINNATI?D. Joseph. tailoring
goods: Pennsylvania.
.CINCINNATI?Levine Brea; Oaoar and
^STirOTSftv c,olhlnf : Breslln.
CLEVELAND?Rosenberg Co.; A. Rosen.
b*??'J;l??1,,n,?tv'u?,nUhln? goods; Navarre.
CLEVELAND ? W. O. Abel, furniture;
Breslln.
CLEVELAND ? Mcllroy Co.; 8. Cohen,
clothing; Imperial.
DALLAS, Tex.?Banger Broa; Mr. Jen
^ln*'.i5Sn*ral dty Koods; 10 Bast Twenty
t0V.t,h ^?Sft*1- latn floor.
DBS MOINBS. Iowa?R. Smith, clothing,
fu??S??!n? ?oods; Hermitage.
DETROIT?J. L. Hudson Co.: Mr. Stra
Vit\iiXf*}ry' 1"?t,hpr goods, silverware;
23S???.??i^A.v,nu,? Associated Mdsg. Co.
DETROIT?Cr?wlsy-Milner Co.; Mrs. E.
D. Ward, kimonos, bathrobes, sweaters;
?.rl\ J*?.k,oh? ????'([tant to Mrs. Ward; 116
^niJJ}f??m^V?sA street; A. Fan?.
DETROIT?J. Burrows, job? of women's
wear; Breslln.
DETROIT?M. Bhrllsh, Jewelry; Penn?
sylvania. \
a FJ?^??,?RT' I?-?William? * Beckmlre;
A. F. Williams, L. B. Beckmlre. dry goods;
Park Avenue.
HARRISBURQ. Fa.?H. Salkin & Son;
M. Salkin, clothing and furnishing goods;
Pennsylvania.
HARTFORD. Conn.?Sag?, Allen Co.; F.
?. Lamkin, cotton piece goods; 404 Fourth
Avenue,
HIGHTSTOWN, N. J.?Lemuel Black,
furs: Breslln.
HOUSTON, Tex.?Cohen-Adams Co. :
Charles and Nathan Cohen, dry goods;
Broztell.
_ INDIANAPOLIS?Etroymson & Wolf; J.
Wolf, ready to wear; 116 West Thirty
second Street; A. Fan?.
JACKSON. Mich. ? R. Vaiehtine, piece
goods; Marlborough.
KANSAS CITY?B. Lleberman, house
furnishings; Marlborough.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.?M. Cohen A Co?;
M. Cohen, general merchandise ; Pennsyl?
vania.
KINGSTON. N. T. ? Roae-Gorman-Ros?,
Inc.; A. E. Rose, houseturnlshlngs; Conti?
nental.
LOS ANGELES? Brownstaln-Lawls Co.;
mfrs. shirts, 'overalls; H. W. Louis, piece
goods for mfg. department; 72 Leonard
Street, Room 1105.
MEMPHIS, Tenn.?J. St iff el. furnishing
goods; Herald Square.
MILWAUKEE?Blumenfleld, Locher Co.;
John L. Locher, millinery; Breslln; T.
Seellg, men's hats. Room 11, 640 Broad?
way.
MILWAUKEE?Bomstein & Zimmer?
man; S. Bornsteln, mfrs. women's and
children's garments; Latham.
MINNEAPOLIS?Minneapolis Dry Goods
Co. ; J. Lengefeld, wash goods, domestics,
linings, flannels, blankets. Jewelry, leather
goods, toilet goods, books, stationery; 422
Fourth Avenue; Herald Square.
MINNEAPOLIS?Dayton Co. ; T. S. Mayes,
merchandise manager; 226 Fifth Avenue;
Associated Mdsg. Co.
MONTREAL?Rubin Broa; M. Rubin,
mfrs. of pants and overalls; Breslln.
MOULTRIB. Ga.?Friedlander Broa: M.
Frledlander, jobs fall coats, suits; 1161
Broadway, Rpom 401.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.?N. Welner, wom?
en's wear; Flanders.
NASHVILLE*-Mannle Milder Co.; Miss
Joseph, jobs serge trlcotlne dresses, silk
petticoats; 230 Fifth Avenue, Boom 910.
NEW HAVEN?Shartenberg & Robinson;
W. H. Flack, leather goods, linings; 404
Fourth Avenue.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.?II. Starin, tailor;
Colllngwood.
PHILADELPHIA ? M. L. Meyers,
hosiery, gloves, underwear and notions; |
Breslln.
PHILADELPHIA ? M. Rosen Co.; M. j
Rosen, women's wear; Marlborough.
PHILADELPHIA?J. Schmidt, housefur
nishlngs: Navarre.
PHILADELPHIA?II. Dreifus, ?rmy and
navy goods; Pennsylvania. ?
PHILADELPHIA?L. Schwartz, millin?
ery, dresses, coats and suits; Grand.
PHILADELPHIA?Joseph Green, sta?
tionery and calendars; Grand.
PORTLAND, Ore.?Olds, Worman A I
King; H. C. Wortman. .notions, stationery, |
druggists' sundries; 432 Fourth Avenue, !
room 1410.
PROVIDENCE?Gladding D. G. Co.:
Mrs. M. B. Moulton, underwear; 200 Fifth
Avenue; Breslln. ?
PROVIDENCE, R. I. ? Rosendale Co.; I
Wm, Rosendale, wholesale millinery; Flan- j
ders.
QUINCY, Mass.?R. E. Foy & Co.: R. E. ,
Foy jr., general merchandise;. Grand.
READING, Pa.?P. Maurer, furnishing ,
goods; Great Northern.
READING. Pa.?G. M. Britton Co.; E. [
S. Miller, carpets; Park Avenue.
READING, Pa.?Schwartz ??Co.; T ?.
Schwartz, boots and shoes; Grand.
RICHMOND, Va.?C. Hut?ler, dry good*,
women's wear: Wellington.
SAN FRANCISCO?Bllery Mfg. Co.; C.
C. Graham, leather novelties, purses,
sporting goods, pennants; Grand.
SAN FRANCISCO?Newman-Magnin Co.;
C. Magnin. laies, trirnralHaav Jiets. g&or
gette crepes; Pennsylvania.
SAN FRANCISCO?The Emporium; Miss
Russell, dresses, skirts, Mrs. Garney. assist?
ant; 225 Fifth Avenue; Assoc. Mdsg. Co.
SAVANNAH?J. Herschman & Son; M.
I. Herschman. wholesale dry goods and
clothing; Breslln.
SAVANNAH?H. Palefsky, millinery;
Breslln.
SCR ANTON, Pa.?M. L. Marcus Co.;
I. I. Marcus, mfrs. clothing; Herald Square.
SCRANTON, Pa.?J. B. Wallace Co.; B.
Williams, baker supplies; Marlborough.
ST. LOUIS?T. W. Garland Co.; Miss
L. Frank, ladles', misses', children's coats;
Pennsylvania.
ST. LOUIS?L. Schoenfeld, piece goods;
Wal lick.
ST. LOUIS?J. R. Lippman Millinery
Co.; M. Friedman, millinery; _Pennsyl
vanla.
ST. LOUIS?Stla, Baer & Fuller; L. II.
Rosenhelm, notions; 116 West Thirty
second Street; Ansonia.
ST. LOUIS?Rlc?-Stlx D. G. Co.; R. II.
Haller, dress goods; 377 Broadway.
ST. PAUL?Lange Mfg. Co.; H. J. Lange,
cotton piece goods: Brosstell.
TALLADBGA, Ala? ?*? O. Jone* et Bro. ;
J. C. Jones, dry goods and general mer?
chandise; Pennsylvania.
TOLEDO. Ohio ? H. Neuhausel, dry
goods; Walllck.
TORONTO?R. E. Morrison, dry goods:
Walllck.
WASHINGTON?Palais Royal; Mis?
Elizabeth A. Fox, toilet goods; ear? of A.
Llsner, 220 Fifth Avenue.
WOONSOCKET, R. I.?E. Douglas, dry
goods; Walllck.
Buy%rs Coming
BI.OOMINGTON. Infl.?Th<* Louben ; Ben
Beeowitz. ladles' ready to wear; McAlpin
Annex; Is expected January 5.
CHICAGO?Marshall Field; Mr. Sehoen
?ng*r. leather goods; Mrs. A. Crocker, pet?
ticoats; Mies Meier, kimonos, negligees;
1107 Broadway; ?xpecttd January 8.
CHICAGO?The Boston Store; K. Trill?
ing, men's clothing: S, Shame, merchan?
dise manager; 44 Bast Twcnty-thlfd Street;
expected January S.
CHK'AGO? Simon Bros. Co.; J. H. Si?
mon and Alfred Rosepblum, mfrs. chil?
dren's clothing; AStor; are expected Jan?
uary 4.
CHICAGO?Frank P. Hellman Co.: Frank
P. Hellman. ready to wsar. untrlmmcd
hats, flowers, fancies; Prince George; is
expected January 6.
CINCINNATI-J. B. HymanS; Mrs. J.
E. H y mans, trimmed hats; Prince George;
Is expected January 6.
GARDEN CITY, Kans.?A. J. August
Clothing Co.; Frank Dunn, ladles' ready
to wear; Pennsylvania; Is expected Jan
GREHNBURG. Pa.?Chas. Pros? Co.;
charle? Press.-ladles'. mlaSes' coats at spe?
cial prices; Pennsylvania ?"expected Janu
'le' MARS, Iowa?M. Burg; M. Burg,
ladles', misses' coats, suits, dresses, lin?
gerie, georgette blouses, wash frock?, chll
?Iren's coats, silk sweaters; 0 AVest Thirty
second Street; expectsd January 19.
MILWAUKEE?Olmbel?; Miss Marks,
Miss Kneeland, ladies' suits; Mrs. Collins,
I waists; Broadway and Thirty-second
Street; are expeefwd January 5.
OMAHA?Benson & Thorne; Miss Eliza?
beth Adam?, Infants', children's dresses to
' ?<ge ?Ix; Miss Helga Peterson, dresses;
1170 Broadway; Frank W. Minnick; cx
peated January 6
OMAHA--Benson ?fc Thorne; Mr?. J. W.
Carliefy, suits, dresses; 1170 Broadway;
Frank W. Minnick; expected January 8.
PHILADELPHIA -Olmbel's; Miss Sulll
vfui, waists; Mina Nagle, !adl?s' suits;
Miss McCaun. misses' suits; Broadway au?i
Thirty-second Street; are expected Jan
; uary 0.
ST. PAVL- S. A. Rice Co.; 8. A. Rico,
Efiats, flowers; Claridge; is expected Jsn
? Uary 5.
Business Items
John Drita and David Traum have
; formed the Drlta Traum Company for the
; manufacturing and importing of baads,
, hag frames and other nov?ltl?Ss and fancy
? good?, and havw opened a factory ami
, ?how room at 27 Bast Twenty-aecond
I Hire-if.
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Weather Report ?
Sunrises.. 7:20 a. m.ISun sets... 4:40 p. ro..
Moon rises. 2:42 p. m.[Moon sets.. 4:44 a.m.
Local F^Sjseast.?Fair and colder to-day ;
to-morrow fair.? with slowly rising tempera?
ture; fresh and strong northwest winds.
Local Official Record.?The following of?
ficial record shows temperatures during the
last twenty-four hours in comparison with '
the corresponding data of last year:
1920. 1919.1 192?. 1919.
3 p.m... 19 41
3 a. in... 26 58
6 i, m... 16 54
9am... IB 45
12 noon.. 19 42
6 p.m... 17 41
9 p.m... 17 38
10 p.m... 16 37
Highest temperature yesterday, 30 degrees
(at 12:01 a. m.) ; lowest, 15 degree* (at 8
a. m.) ; average. 22 degrees ; average same
date last year, 48 degrees ; average same data
for thirty-three years, 31 degrees.
Humidity
?8 a. m.... 42|1 p. m.... 39)8 p. m.... 40
Barometer Readings
Sim.. 29.2211 p. m.. 29.8618 p. m.. 29.93
General Weather Conditions
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2.?The weather has
become much colder throughout the Atlantic
states, and severe cold continues in the Ohio
and upper Mississippi valleys and the region
of the Great Lakes. Temperature has risen
over the far Northwest and moderate tem?
perature pressure in all far Western and
Southwestern regions.
During to-day freezing temperature oc?
curred as far South as the Gulf states and
temperatures were below zero in the Dakotas,
Minnesota, Wisconsin, northwestern Michi?
gan, eastern Iowa, northern Illinois, extreme
northern New York and northern Vermont.
Within the last twenty-four hours. there
were light local snows in the region of the
Great Lakes, the Ohio and Missouri valleys,
and rains in the Florida peninsula. Fair
weather prevails in other parts of the coun?
try.
The outlook is for fair weather to-morrow
and Sunday generally east of the Mississippi
River except that snow flurries are probable
in the upper lake region. The temperature
will be considerably lower to-morrow
throughout the- Atlantic states ; it will rise
?to-piorrow and Sunday in the upper lake
region and the lower Ohio Valley, and Sun?
day in Tennessee, the upper Ohio Valley, the
lower lake.and the Middle Atlantic states.
Forecasts for Special Districts.?Eastern
New York, eastern Pennsylvania, New Jer?
sey and Delaware, fair atvl colder to-day ;
to-morrow fair, slowly rising temperature.
Southern New England, fair and colder to?
day ; to-morrow fair, continued cold.
Western Pennsylvania and western New
York, fair and continued cold to-day.
Going On To-day
DAY
American Museum of Natural History;
admission free.
Metropolitan Museum of Art; admission
free.
American Museum of Safety; admission
free.
Van Cortlandt Park Museum; admission
free.
The Aquarium: admission free.
Zoological Park; admission free
Meeting of the American Meteorological
Society, English Societies Building, 0
a. m.
Meeting of the Maine Women, East Room,
?Waldorf-Astoria, 2 p. m.
Meeting of I.o Lyceum Society, Stato
Apartment. Waldorf-Astoria, 2 to. m.
Meeting of tha Chess Club, Brooklyn In?
stitute of Art-? and Sciences, 2 p. m.
Lecture by Dr. William Starr Myers on
"Current History"; Brooklyn Institute
of Arts and Sciences. 10:30 a. m.
Concert und dance of the Junior Art So?
ciety, Hotel Astor, 2 p. m.
Musicale, Mozart Society, Hotel Astor, 1
p. m.
Meeting of the Daughters of the Revolu?
tion, Hotel Astor, 2 p. m.
Reception of the Peerless .Motor Car Com?
pany, Hotel Astor, 10 a. hi.
Lecture by Albert C. Phelps on "The
Charm of English Gothic Architecture";
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 4 p. m.
National Automobile Show, Grand Central
Palace.
i>otor Truck Show and highway transpor?
tation conference, hth Coast Artillery
Armory. 7 East Forty-second Street.
Armory Auto Show, 163 West Thirty
fourth Street.
Lecture by Granvillc Barker on 'The Artist
j es Vital to the Community"; Carnegie
Hall, 11 a. m.
NIGHT
Dinnes' to .Maeterlinck at the Lotos Club,
110 West Fifty-seventh. 6:30 o'clock.
! Lecture by Dr. Werner Marchand on "The
Life Cycle of the Individual"; Manhat?
tan Trade School, 8:10 o'clock.
I Addr?ss by Alfred W. Martin on "Jesus
and His Supreme Contribution to Ethics";
i Society for Ethical Culture, sixtv-fourth
Street and Central Park West, 8"o'clock.
! Dlnn'T of the Southern Jewelry Travelers'
Association, Hotel Astor, 7 p. in.
I Dinner of the New York Swiss Club, Hotel
Astor, 7:30 o'clock.
I Concert and dance of the Cornell Univer?
sity Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs.
Grand Ballroom, Waldorf-Astoria, 8
; o'clock.
Shipping News
HIGH WATER
AM PM
Sandy Hook. B:o4 ?:34
I Governor's Island. 5:28 6:50
Hell Gate. 7:0?) 7:50
ARRIVED YESTERDAY
Vessel Port Depsrtur?
, United States.Copenhagen . . . D?c. 23
Celtic.Liverpool .Dee. 22
1 Antigone.Brest .Doc. If)
' Abatigarez.Kingston .Dec. 27
1 SoHua.A m mot ta Bay. .Dee. 27
Santa Elina.Norfolk ..Dec. 31
?Galileo.Antwerp .Dee. 4
Pennsylvania.Buenos Ayres... Dee. 1 8
1 Fire Island..'.St. Johns.Dec. 30
? Philadelphia.Nuevitas .Dec. 27
j Rahja.Barbados .Dec. 24
INCOMING STEAMSHIPS
Due To-day
! Mesa ba.London .Dee. 13
Cornmuniriaw.Hamburg .Dec. 11
ICanopie.Naples.Dec. 10
I Toronto.Antwerp .Dec. 18
? Philadelphia..Curacao .Deo. 27
D. degli Abruzzi.Gibraltar .Dec. 22
! Bardic.l<Ondoo .Doc. ??2
I Madonna.Marseilles .... Pee. 16
San Jacinto.Havana .Dec. 2!)
Due To-morrow
Caserta.Palermo .Dec. 20
Gov. Forbes..Nuevltas.Dec. 23
Cretlo.Naples .Dec. 22
Leon XIII.Cadiz -.Dec. 21
Due Monday
! La Touralne.Havre .Dec. 27
'Rosalind.Halifax .Jan. 2
Turrialba.Cristobal .Dec. 2D
Fort Hamilton.Bermuda .Jan. 3
Meteor.Tampico .Dee. 27
Due Tuesday
i Columbia.Glasgow .Dec. 27
i More Castlo.....Havana .Fan. 1
OUTGOING STEAMSHIPS
Sail To-day
Mall Vessel
close.? sails
?Orduna, Liverpool. 8:00 AM 12:00 M
La Savoie, Havre. 8:30AM 12:00 M
i Taonnlna, Naples. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
? Giuseppe Verdi, Gfaoa.10:00 AM 1:00 PM
? Adriatic, ?Southampton..!0:00 AM 2:00 PM
I Fred'k VUI, Copenh'n..10:30 AM 2:00 I'M
: KuiKi'jehantia, Piraeus. .10:00 AM 1:00 PM
I Brazos, San Juan. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
I General G. W. Ooethal?,
Cristobal .12:00M 2:00 PM
Sail To-morrow
Ocean Monarch, Piraeus- - 12:00 M
Sail Monday
i Msgall Hellas, Piraeus 8:00 AM 12:00 M
j S hau me, Argentina ... 8:00 AM 12:00 M
j Hall Tuesday
?France, Havre . 8:30 AM 12:00 M
' President Wilson. Genoa. 10:00 AM i:00PM
Lancastrian, Antwerp.. 8:00 AM 11:00 AM
.War Earl. Cupo Town.12:00 M 3:00 PM
! Terihyson, Rio Janeiro.. C:80 AM 10:00 AM
j TI vives, Cristobal . 7:00 AM 10:00 AM
I Colon, Cristobal .12:00 M g;00PM
Con.mewljne, Curacao.. 10:00 AM 1:00 PM
; Isfond. Ar?enttn* . 9:00 AM 12:00 M
Lake Copley, Kingston/. 8:00 AM 11:00 AM
Rosalind, Newfoundland.12:00 M 3 00 I'M
AMERICAN PORTS
BOUTON, Jan 2-Arrived: 8tr? Maas
; dljk (Dutch), Newport News; Be|?>' Hell.
Liverpool; Km? more (Br), Liverpool;
Fr'"l??rl?:k R Log, TampiO?; Lake CuCi oort,
Norfolk; Cretatn. Philadelphia; Gloucester
? Baltimore and Norfolk. Sailed? HO?
Oanopie <?\r), Genoa and Naples via New
i York; City of Bristol. New York; Luke
I Yemasaee, Norfolk; sehr Freeman,
! Bridgetown, Barbados. ,
I CHARLESTON, H O, Jan 2~-Arrived :
Mr? Arapuho? 'from Jacksonville <??i.l
I proceeded N<?w York); Cranutiest. from
Norfolk for Oalvestoc (put In account
nachlnory trouble).
FERNANDINA, Fla, Jan 2?Sailed :>Str :
Ozette, New Orleans. fc |
GALVESTON. J?n 2?Arrived: ' S?ts !
Concho. New York; Lako Foxcraft, Phlla- ?
, delphla; Cushnet, Jacksonville : J Oswald
Boyd (Br), Tampico. Sailed: Strs Mer?
cedes de Larrlnaga (Be), Manchester;
Toplla, Tampico. !
JACKSONVILLE. Jan 2?Arrived: Strs
Mlmir (Nor), Norfolk; Mohawk, New York
via Charleston; barge Northern 29. Savan
nah for Havana (in tow). Sailed: Str |
O T Waring, Baton Rouge.
MOBILE, Jan 2?Arrived: Sehr Jean <
Somervllle, Las Palmas. Sailed: Strs i
I Co o sa, Havana; Herman Winter, Bocas
del Toro; schra Marlon N Cobb, S&rua la
Grands;. Favonian (Br), St Andrews, Fla. !
NORFOLK, Jan 2?Arrived: Stra Ac-|
comae, London via Halifax; Ceralvo, i
Providence; Winding Gulf, Newport News; '
Manchloneal (Nor), Baltimore; Cowboy, :
Newport News; Trios Rivieres (Fr), Van?
couver. ?
PHILADELPHIA, Jan 2?Arrived: Strs
Lake Frey, Fowey; Herbert L Pratt. Port
Lobos; W M Irish, Port Lobos; Bessemer,
Port Arthur; Essex, Boston; Brande?,
Everett.
PORT ARTHUR, Tex, Jan 2?Arrived:
Strs Llgonler, Sparrows Point; Cheyenne
(Br), London. S*iled: Strs Keechle with
barge, Tampico; Ramapo with barge, I
Guantanamo. i
PORT ETADS, La, Jan 2?Arrived: Strs!
Glenpool. Port Arthur; Imperator (Nor),
Progreso: Lake Callicooh, Progreso: Lake
Otisco, Cienfuegos; Nessian (Br), Liver?
pool; Tegucigalpa (Hond), Ceiba; Teresa
O (Ital), Galveston; Thermidor (Br),
Glasgow. Sailed: Stra Bushong, Alevan
drla, Egypt, via Bermuda and Gibraltar;
El Sud, New York: Hadnot, Tuxpam, Tarn- I
pico; Kennobec, Progreso; Rama, King?
ston, Jamaica; Rayo, New York; Roath
(Br), Bordeaux; Tacony, Vera Cruz via
Tampico; Tipton, Tela.
PORTLAND, Me. Jan 2?Arrived: Strs
Dominion (Br), Liverpool; Lake Medfofd,
Norfolk. Sailed: Strs Cralgrownie, Nor?
folk; Troja (Nor), New York.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. Jan 2?Arrived:
Stra Crown of Castile, Balboa; Washing?
ton, Now York. Sailed: Strs Kaisho
Maru (Jap), Yokohama; Point Lobos,
Baltimore.
SAVANNAH, Ga. Jan 2?Arrived: Strs
Helmer Moren (Dan). Oran; Merntmack,
Jacksonville (and sailed for Philadelphia).
Sailed: Strs West Maxlmus, Liverpool;
Genoa Maru (Jap), Japan: Youngstown,
Fernandlna: City of St. Louis, Boston;
Dec 31, sir Lucerie (Br), Kobe, Yoko?
hama and Shanghai.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. Jan 2_
Sailed: Sch James William (Br), (from
New York), Halifax.
FOREIGN PORTS
BARRY, Jan 1?Sailed: Strs Amazon
Maru (Jap), from Rotterdam, New York;
2d, Lako Franconla, from Dublin. Key
West.
BATAVIA. Dec 27?Arrived: Str West
Helix, San Francisco, via Yokohama and
Kobe.
BRIXHAM, Deo SI?Sailed: Str Ton
grier (Bfclg), from Rouen, Now York.
BUENOS AYRES, Dec 30?Arrived:
Schooner Golden State, Pensacola.
COLOMBO, Doc 28?Sailed: Str City of
Newcastle (Br), from Manila, New York.
: FISHGUARD, Jan 2?Arrived: Schooner1
? Pauline M Cummins, Liverpool, for - ?
i (SU.iih-.SH). i
GLASGOW, Dec 31?Sailed: Str Cala- i
i Irian (Br), New York. i
i HALIFAX, N. S., Jan 2?Arrived: Str
, Coquetinede (Br), St John's. N F; Sax- i
i ?lefjord, Baltimore. Sailed: Strs Cana-I
; dlan Adventurer (Br), Havana; Galty- |
, more (Br), Glasgow.
1QU1QUE, Dec 30?Sailed: Str Horace |
! X. Baxter, San Francisco.
LEJTH, Jan 1?Sailed: Str Siamese :
'Prince (Br), New York. ?
| LIVERPOOL. Jan 2?8 a m?Arrived:
i Str Caronla (Br), New York.
PRESTON, Eng-, Dec 30?Sailed: Sclioon
I f-r Laura C Barnes, Barbados and United
: States.
I RIO JANEIRO, Dec 30?Sailed: Str
Rembrandt (Br), from Santos to New !
! York.
SHANGHAI. Dec 27?Sfliled: Str Low
thi-r Onstle (Br), New York.
SOUTHAMPTON, Jan 2?8 a m?Ar?
rived: Steamer Royal George (Br), New ?
York.
THE DOWNS. Jan 1? Sailed: Schooner
E L Comenu (Br), from Rotterdam to Key
West. ?
V1GO, Dec 26?Sailed: Str Zyldyk (Du),
from Rotterdam to New York.
Transpacific Mails
The connecting malls close at the G??n- i
eral P. O. and City Hall P. O. Station,
! New York, at ? p. m., as follows:
Japan. Corea, China (except Shanghai i
! City), Slam, Siberia, Cochin China and
Netherlands East Indies, v(a Seattle, sr
I Kashima Maru. Jan. 5.
Tahiti, Mar?iueeas, Cook Islands, New
Zealand and specially addressed mall for
I Australia, via San Francisco, ss Moana,
; .Ian. S,
Hawaii, Samoan Islands, Australia and
I specially addressed mail for New Zealand.
! via San Francisco, ss Sonoma, Jan. S.
Navy Orders
New York Tribune
Washington Bureau
\ WASHINGTON, ?Ian. 2.?Navy orders I
j issued to-day by the Navy Department i
i follow:
? Aldfr. Lieutenant Frank V. jr., to U. S. S. ;
i Maine. ?
! Brierley. Gunner John J., to U. S. S. Penn- |
sylvanla.
j Evansons, Lieutenant George P., to U. S. S. ;
Bridgeport.
] Higgins, Lieutenant. Commander Spencer L., ;
to U. S. S. Mercy.
? Hubert, Lieutenunt. William E, to U. S. S.
Ohio.
I Holden, Ensign Robert G., to U. S. S. Fan
; . ther.
I Jenkins, Lieutenant Bernard F., to U. S. S.
Kimberly. '
Johnson, Boatswain Irvin, to U. S. S.
; ThruRh.
Lecenten, Lieutenant Harry K., to U. S. S,
| Wince nsin.
Murphy, Lieutenant John V.. to U. S. S.
Bridgeport.
I Reed, En?ign Barklay K., to U. S. S. Bridge?
port, i
Shrown. Lieutenant Wilbur V.. to U. S. S. :
, Illinois.
j Sylvester, Machinist James, to U. S. S. Erics- '
j sol). I
I Tlsohener. Lieutenant Milton P. (supply
corps), to Asiatic fleet.
' Willeutts, Lieutenant Horton D. (Medical
! Corps), to naval hospital, San Diego. Cal.
| Whiteside. Lieutenant R. U. (M?dical Corps).
sisB?Kni>d medical officer naval station, Key
West. Flo.
: /.?cmann, Machinist Emil G., to U. S. S.
i Florida.
! Aitkrn, Clerk Jamos P., to U. S. S. Chatt*
| puogn.
, Allen, Lieutenant Jerome L., to Paris.
; Garrett, Lieutenant William 8., to U. S. S.
Plttsburg.
'? Jones, Ensign Richard I,., accepted as lieu
i ' icnant (junior grade).
; Merrill, Lieutenant Commander Aaron S? to
Turkey.
. Nourso, Ensign Hnrold C.. to Turkey.
I Woodwnrd, Lieutenant Douglas C, to com?
mand U. S. S. Eagle No. ,'5.
| Green. Ensign Thomas, to Turkey.
' McCully, Rear Admiral Newton A., to duty
on mission to Russia.
! Havlland. Lieutenant Commander Willis B.,
to U. S. 8. Oklahoma.
Army Orders
S'pw York Tribune
Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2..The foilow
i ing army orders were issued to-day:
Air Service
I Cribble, Second Lieutenant Frederick C? to
Aberdeen, MH. _, , ?, '
I Walt? i) Second Lieutenant Charles W., to
director of Air Service, Washington.
Cavalry
i Moses, Mnjor George W.. removed from de
' tached officers' list, proveed to New Cum
herlaiid. Fa.. *rn>y rrscfvo depot.
? Allen, Captain Roderick R., to l'ort Sam
1 Houston, Texas.
! CaldweJ!. Captain Ralph C, removed from
detached officers' list.
1 Coleman, First Lieutenant William O., to
Chicuiro before retiring board.
' Wilson, Second Lieutenant Auston M. jr., to
Fort Monroe, Virginia, coast artillery
training center.
Toast Artillery
? Hohk. Mejor John A., detailed as profeiisor
of military science and tactic? Agricultural
College ?f Utah, Logan, Utah.
I Barry, Captain Edwin F., to Camp Lewis,
! ^JVnshinKton.
! Murphy, Captain Edward A., coast artillery
i corpa, detached.
' Duffy, First Lieutenant Arthur, to rott
Moultrii". South Carolina, coast defense.
Trench, First Lieutenant. Fred G., to rort
I Mouitri?. South Carolina, cotmt defence.
i Stryon, Second Lieutenant James C? to Co
j lumbiib, N. M., 12th Cavalry.
Field Artillery
Joy. Lieutenant Colonel Jason S? conference
with Y. M. C. A. und Community Motion
Picturo Ssrvice. . .
Landers, Major Howard L.. report to the ad?
jutant ?enera? ' of the army f'?*'?|u7 re?
cruiting advertising campaign ? "?**"}';??..
McDonald. Captain Adrian J., to ?Oth Hold
Artillery, Camp Brag*. N?rtJj,?^''/V1'. ,
Gordon, Captoln Richard A., 2<Ub Field Ar
tlllory. Camp Brag?, North Carolina.
Townscnd. Captain John jr., remain proscnt
dutlw, Camp~Knox, Kentucky.
WlnUin. Ci'iitdl-' George T.. t? Fort Ogle
'horpe, Georgia. , ? _..
Findlay Fir?t Lieutenant Harris M., ta I2d
Field'Artillery, Fort Bll??.
Riner, First Lieutenant Harry M., to U. S.
A. General Hospital, No. 41, Staten Isl?
and. N. Y.
Watson, First Lieutenant Edward I. jr., to
81st Field Artillery, Camp Knox, Kentucky.
Long, First Lieutenant Albert W.. to 18th
Field Artillery, Camp Pike, Arkansas.
Nauts, First Lieutenant Herbert W., to 11th
Field Artillery, Camp Grant, Illinois.
Infantry
Miller, Major Fauntley M., to 32d Infantry.
Camp Kearns, California.
Rose. Major William C. to Fort Jay, New
York: thence to Fort Hamilton. New
York ; Fort Tilden, New York ; Fort Wads
worth, New York ; Fort Tottan, New York,
and Fort Hancock. New Jersey, for in?
spection of service club activities at posts
having permanent Y. M. C. A. buildings.
Rennet, Major John B., to 49th Infantry,
Fort Snelling, Minnesota. '
Methven, Major Theron G., to 62d Infantry,
Camp Lee. Virginia.
Brooke, Major John R. jr.. to 46th Infantry,
Camp Jackson, SoutM Carolina.
Doyle, Captain Thomas W-, Hoboken, N. J.
Swanton, Captain Donovan, to 43d Infantry,
Camp Lee, Virginia.
Myer, Captain Francis B., ttb 43d Infantry,
Camp Lee, Virginia.
Stewart, Captain Adelbert B., to 28th In?
fantry, Camp Taylor. Kentucky.
Martin, Captain Bryce F., to 64th Infantry,
Camp Funston, Kansas. v
Harrah, Captain Edward, to 57th Infantry,
Camp Dix, New Jersey.
Cross, ?Captain Samuel H., to Governor'?
Island, New York, Eastern Department.
Adams, First Lleotenant Anthony O.. to
Chicago, reporting retiring board, Centra'
Department. ?
Pearson, First Lieutenant William B., dis?
charge revoked.
Peyton, First Lieutenant P. Barbour jr.. Gen
eral Hospital, No. 41, Fox Hills, Statlet
Island. ?
Lucas, First Lieutenant Burton L., to 57tl
Infantry, Camp Dix, New Jersey.
Olivetti, First Lieutenant Clifford M., U
57th Infantry, Camp Dix, New Jersey.
Short, First Lieutenant H?nry, Camp Gordon
Georgia, 5th Division, Motor Tranapor
Corps.
Glass, First Lieutenant William C. to 46tl
Infantry, to Camp Jackson, S. C.
Hannigan, First Lieutenant John J., to W?l
ter Reed General Hospital, Takoma Park
D. C.
Mixson, Second Lieutenant Archibald M., t
57th Infantry, Camp Dix, N. J.
Armstrong, Second Lieutenant Howard C, t
General Hospital No. 10, Oteen, N. C.
Graham, Second Lieutenant Jesse E., to 53
Infantry, Camp Grant, 111.
Armstrong, Second Lieutenant Howard C
honorable discharge revoked.
Coeke, Second Lieutenant William H., t
59th Infantry, to Camp Dodge, Iowa.
Harrod, Second Lieutenant Sterling K., i
Lettcrman General Hospital, Presidio, Sa
Francisco, Cal.
Medical Corps
Hutton, Colonel Paul C, to Camp Mead
Admiral, Md., to make sanitary inspecuc
and return to Washington, D. C.
Hutton, Colonel Paul C, to Camp A. i
Humphreys, Accotink, Va., making a san
tary inspection and return to Washini
ton, D. C.
Hutton, Colonel Paul C, to Camp Lee, P
tersburg, Va., sanitary inspection and r
turn to Washington, D. C.
Crosby, Colone? William D., to Jeffers?:
Barracks, Mo.
Haverkampf, Lieutenant Colonel Charles Tr.
to Central Department, Chicago, as wl
ness.
Woodbury, Lieutenant Colonel Frank T.,
Edgewood, Md., Edgewood Arsenal.
Magee, Major C. L., to Camp Holabir
Baltimore, Md.
Following officers to report to comman
ing officer for duty :
Emerson, Major Gouverneur V.
Greenwell, Major Albert W.
Day, Captain Clinton, to Lakehurst, N. .
proving Brround.
Davnais, Captain Joseph C. E., to U.
disciplinary barracks. Fort Jay. N. Y.
McCormack, Captain William Ell, to F<
Oglethorpe, Ga.
Field, Captain Frank Longstreet, to Houstc
Tex., air service flying school, Elllngt
Field.
MeGinley, First Lieutenant Joseph I/.,
Fort Sill, Okla.
Meddaugh, First Lieutenant William H..
aviation repair depot, Dallas, Tex.
Ordnanco
Kutz, Lieutenant Colonel Harry R., to W?i
ington, D. C. chief of ordnance.
Randall, Major William A., to Detrc
Mich, as financial manager and diebursi
officer, relieving Major Thomas H. Cha
hers, who wiil proceed to Camp Dod
Iowa, as division finance officer.
Cudmore, Captain Christopher, to Aberde
Md., proving ground.
Benton, Captain Charles C, to Phiiadelpr
Pa., district ordnance office.
Austin, Captain Thomas B.. to R?chest
N. Y., district ordnance office.
Coursey, First Lieutenant Thomas J.,
Rochester, N. Y? district ordnance offi
Quartermaster Corps
Legg, Major Montgomery T., to New York
Mauben. Major John W.. to Washington.
Ellsworth. First Lieutenant Benjamin Fra
Hn jr., to Boston, zone supply officer.
Morel, First Lieutenant Henry, to Ca
Gordon, Ga.
Sanitary Corps
Milner, Major Robert Denniston. to foil?
in? hospitals for food inspections and
turn to Washington, D. C. : U. S. Ar
General Hospital No. G, Fort McPhers
Ga. : U. S. Army General Hospital,
19, Oteen, N. C.
Lavery, First Lieutenant James F., to
Field Artihery, Camp Stanley, Tex.
Veterinary Corps
Fuller, First Lieutenant Jack Olendon,
Bijr Bend district as assistant to ca
veterinarian.
Spencer, Captain Hume F., to Camp Up!
Long Island, N. Y._
MisceUatteeas
A board of officers, consisting of Colonels
Brett, Lloyd M., cavalry: Kell?. William
M., medica! corps ; Smith, Lloyd L.. medi?
cal corps ; Schlanser, Adam E.. medical
corps, and Hopwood. Lieutenant Colonel
Lucius L., medical corps, to meet at Wal?
ter Reed General Hospital. Takoma Park,
D. C. to conduct physical test of officers.
Wallace, Colonel Charles S.. Signal Corps, to
Manila, P. I.
Ehrnbaek, Colonel Arthur R., to chief of
engineers, Washington.
Van Deman, Colonel Ralph H., to New
York City to carry out confidential in?
structions of Secretary of War.
A board to consist of Colonel Harry C.
Williams, field artillery: Colonel Lloyd L.
Smith, Medical Corps: Lieutenant Colo?
nel Lucius L. Hopwood, Medical Corps;
Lieutenant Daniel W. Mand, field artil?
lery; Major Beverly F. Browne, field ar?
tillery, to Walter Reed General Hospital,
Tacoma Park. Washington, for tbe ex?
animation of field artillery officers.
Thomason, Lieutenant Colonel Henry D-,
M?dical Corps, to Brigadier General Rob?
ert E. Noble, Medical Corps, Washington.
Gallogly, Lieutenant Colonel James A., to of?
fice of judge advocate general, Washing?
ton.
Smith, Lieutenant Colonel Fine W., U. S. A.,
* retired, placed on active doty and assigned
to finance service Fort Slocum, New York.
Fanmer, Lieutenant Colonel Ellery, inspector
general, to Charleston, S. C, as assistant
to department inspector.
Hershberger, Major Frank F., to Maria, Tax.
Holley, Major Dwight E., retired, to active
duty and assigned to finance service. Fort
McDowell. California.
Neff, Captain John H.. retired, to active
i duty in motor transport general depot,
San Francisco.
Herron, Captain Frederick L., transportation
corps, to chief of transportation service.
Wallen, First Lieutenant Zeley A., retired, to
active duty Chicago.
Howe, First Lieutenant William M., to Phil?
adelphia, corps of engineers.
De Bolt, Second Lieutenant Edward K.. Mo?
tor Transport Corps, to Camp Funston,
Kansas.
Pierce, Major Charles C. retired, to the
grade of colonel, for existing emergency.
Honorably Discharged
Rankin. Lieutenant Colonel Charles H., en?
gineers.
Philip, Major John Van Ness. adjutant gen?
eral's department.
Geraghty, Major Thomas F? Ordnance De?
partment.
Confer, Maior John W., cavalry
Simpson. Major James E., cavalry.
Pierce, Major Clinton A., cavalry.
Houghton, Major Charles F.. infantry.
Joiner, Major William H., infantry.
Kennedy. Major Joseph, U. S. Army.
McCarthy, Major Elmer T., coast artillery.
Stettinius. Major John L? judge adovcate
treneral's department.
Grant, Captain Guy Howard, infantry.
Bacon, Captain Rogers H.. army service
corps.
Van Zandt, Captain Ernest Towle, Ordnance
Department.
Wchenkel. Captain Albert M., Medical Corps,
Dale, Captain Philip M? Medical Corps.
Forrestal, Captain James jr., Ordnance De?
partment,
Gilbert, First Lieutenant Robert E., Medica!
Corps.
Thoma, First Lieutenant Earl William, Med?
ical Corps.
Henderson, First Lieutenant Ira M., Medical
Corps.
I Benton, First Lieutenant Paul, adjutant gen
j eral's department.
Yost, First Lieutenant Paul Kirkwood, Ail
I Service.
i Parkin, First Lieutenant Walter F. jr.. Ah
j Service.
Johnston, First Lieutenant James M., Ah
Service.
I Touchstone. First Lieutenant Grady Russell
Air Service.
\ Minton, First Lieutenant Henry C, Ordnahc?
Department.
! Koon, First Lieutenant Job H.. infantry.
! Ward, First Lieutenant Raleigh M., Veteri
| nary Corps.
! Rule, First Lieutenant Gevrge Evans, adju
j tant general's department.
[ Robinson, First Lieutenant Robert Orr, Sig
j naf Corps.
i Devers, Second Lieutenant John M., Air Ser
| vice.
Williams, Second Lieutenant Hazael Joseph
, engineers.
? Keys, Second Lieutenant John F., Air Ser
vice.
, Ingels, Second Lieutenant Giltner R., Ai:
Service.
; Shanks, Second Lieutenant Charles R., tanl
I corps.
j Olson. Second Lieutenant Harry M., Quar
termaster Corps.
I ReiB. Second Lieutenant John Brooks, Ai
j Service.
I Byer, Second Lieutenant Paul Horatio, Ouai
?termaster Corps. .
Resignations
! Cross, Captain Samuel H., infantry.
\ Davies. Captain Jasper A., infantry.
! Wythe, First Lieutenant Landon D., infantry
I Yohc. Captain Charles E., medical corps.
; l.anch;im, Temporary Captain Frank, fieli
artillery.
I Hooker. Second Lieutenant Taylor. S., Phil
ippine Scouts.
i Davis, Second Lieutenant Francis H., Phil
ippine Scouts.
Leaves of Absence Granted
'? Stuvgis^ Major General Samuel D., U. S. A.
1 ten days.
; Peyton, First Lieutenant Robert L., medica
corps, thirty days'.
j Allen, Lieutenant Colonel Harvey C, artil
lery corps, ten days.
| Stukey, Second Lieutenant David C, ai
service, fifteen days.
x Landers, Major Howard L., field artillery
seven days.
; McDonald, Captain Adrian J., field artillery
thirty days.
? Long, First Lieutenant Albert W., fieid ar
tillery, thirty days.
! Nauts, First Lieutenant Herbert William
field artillen', thirty days._^^
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INSTRUCTION
BERKELEY-IRVING SCHOOL
311 West 83d Street
I FORTIETH YEAR
"From Primary to College"
! Prepares boy? for all college?, technical
! schools and husln'iss. All grades. Thor
' ouch work. Small classes and Individual
| lristructlon. Gymnasium Building?Swlrn
I mlng Pool?Roof Playground?all on prem
i Ises. Boys cared tur from 8:30 A. M. to
I C P. M. If desired. ^
I LOUIH D. RAY, Ph. D., Headmaster
Telephone Kehuyler 48:i'i
PACKARD
COMMERCIAL
SCHOOL??2nd Yc?r
Commercial, Stenographic, and Secre?
tarial Courses. Day and Evening. Indi?
vid uni advancement. Enter at any tlim?.
LEXINGTON AVENUE & 38th STREET
DWIGHT SCHOOL E??fc
Collogs * Hegtnt?. West Point * Annapolis. 49th yr.
Athletics under professional supervision.
Make? a ?tudv of the individua; ?tuiitni
New Term Begins January If
Johnson, Majo? Alfred B., cavalry,. four
(laya.
Boniface. Major John J.. cavalry, tw?ty.
one days. ?
Lawrence, C?ptala Bobo, cavalry, thirty
days. ?
Wise. Lieutenant Colonel Hugh D., infantry,
fourteen days.
Keliher, Major John, infantry, six days.
Martin. Captain Bryce F.. Infantry, thirty
days.
Harrah, Captain Edward, Infantry, thirty
days.
Freehoff, Captain William F.. Infantry,
thirty days.
Hannigan, First Lieutenant John J., infan?
try, three months.
Mixsoh, Second Lieutenant Archibald M.,
infantry, thirty days.
Harrod, Second Lieutenant Sterling* K., in
fantrj*. ten days.
Beak. Second Lieutenant Robert M., infan?
try, two months.
RESORTS
LAKEWOOD, S. S.
LAUREL HOUSE
LAKE WOOD, N. J.
TAKE THE CURE in the health-airing
pine air at Lakcwood. Completely
equipped Hydro-Therapeutic Department
in the Hotel. Booklet, "Down Through
the Years," on request. First claw
American plan. Noted for excellent
"cuisine antisocial charm. Auxiliary heat?
ing with open wood fires. Stock Ex?
change Brokers. Winter sports, weather
permitting.
ANDREW J. MURPHY, M*r.
|AUREL*ii* PINES
IaKEWOOD-NEW JERSEY
Equable climatic condi?
tions. Golf, riding and
sheltered walks. Daily
concerts and dancing.
Branch office. GEO. A.
HUHN & SONS., Brokers,
?FRANK F. SHtTE. M?r.w
ATLANTIC <:ITT, n. S,
ATLANTIC CITY,
. AivAnvcpioaiv Plaa Jlqj
IdfDislmctioRiiuiRealCJor
rmintcoc oarac*.
rT^YMORE.ATu^0Tr
?yl^ggS GREATEST HOTCtSUCCESS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Unsurpassed f >r nealthful rest and recreatla?
MAINE
MAINE'S WINTER PARADISE
POLAND SPRING ^Daenn8,0nA? llS?u
WATB?iOF ?HK '?'aS?us POLAND
GEORGIA
Hotel Bon Air
AUGUSTA, GA.
A convenient and delightful place to
?pena your holidays. Good driving and
motoring, excellent saddle horses, two
golf courses and all outdoor sports.
Address C. G. Trussell, Manager.
FLORIDA
HOTEL CLARENDON gfflgS?*
and cottages. Directly on ocean; 18-hoU
golf course. Open January 3. Booklet on
application, 1180 Broadway, Netv York.
Hotel Royal Palm .
la Hole Gulf, Fishing, Swimming Pool
Every Room with Bath. J. L. NELSON. Mgr.
OPEN JAN. 8,
Fort Myers,
Florida.
STORAGE NOTICE
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
OF GOODS FOR
UNPAID CHARGES.
In accordance with the provision or.law,
there being due the undersigned. Broadway
Stcj/age Warehouse. Is entitled to a Hen, as ;
Warehouseman, on the goods hereinafter de?
scribed, and due notice having been given to
all parties known to claim an interest there?
in, and the time specified in such notice for
payment of such charges having expired, .
there will be ^o)?l at public auction, at "24"
45-47 Broadway, on Tuesday, January 20th,
1920. at ?0:30 A. M., and .-very following
Tuesday thereafter until sale Is completed,
the following property: '
Household goods consisting of Bureaus.
Chiffonier?. Desks. Wood. Iron and Brass
Beds. Mattresses. Linens. Pillows. Portieres.
Books. Rockers. Chairs. Carpets. Rugs, Pict?
ures. Paintings. Mirrors. Parlor Furniture.
Boxes and Contents, Glassware, Bric-a-Bra? .
Upright and Grand Pianos, Trunks and Con?
tents, and Miscellaneous, held for the a?
?omit of: MISS J. PHELAN, MRS. C. SIL
VERMAN. MRS. H. C. PHINNEYj J. J.
TEAL, MRS. M. MORRIS. C. M. COLSON,
M. SHEA, G. H. EVER?LL, CARL HELM.
J. L. ARROWSMITH, MRS. K. R. CHRIS?
TOPHER. MISS H. V. MACLELLAN, MRP.
H. J RUSSELL. MRS. K. HORNBOSTEL.
HELEN CAMERON, GRACE BRISTOL,
GLADYS BOESE, MR.-' H. HOSCH1NA,
HELEN PALY. ANNA K. EOCLESIXE.
THUS. V. BONNER. MRS. M, MURPHY.
MR. W. S. GEPHART. MRS. R. WOLFF.
H. M. WALLER. J. W. TARBOX. K. AN?
DREWS. MRS. 11. A. BANG. FLORENCE
E. MA? DONALD. MR?. M. KOCH. MRS. 8.
8. ML'LFOR?, M. J. MURRAY, O. A. C. I
LUND. R P. RUM8EY. O. A. C. LUND, i
MRS. R. WULFF. MRS. F. WHITCOMB.
MR. F. WHITCOMB. MRS. J, W. PUN1GAN.
A. J. PEARSON, M? A. or P. C. WADS
WORTH. MRS. C. D. CURRAN. MRS. C.
READ. B. H. HOLDER. F. .1. BANG. G. 1. !
FINLAY, H. R. WORTHINGTON, H. K.
LUTENER. JAS. .1. WILSON. CHAS. C.
WHED"M. LOUIS BONPENS1ER. A.
GREENHAIS, J. G. WEBB. A. L. WAKE- ,
FIELD. MRS. F. F. LADD, MR. F. F.
LADP. T. J. Ml I.HOLLAND. MRS. D. ?'. ',
BROWNE, lt. C. MOORE, as their Interests
may appear.
A Trunk and contents held for the account
of Mary H. McElhone.
Three Trunks and content* and one case
and contenta heU for the account of Miss A.
Nielse?.
Trunk and contents held for the' account
of G. M. Loth.
Boiler and contents and refrigerator held
for the account of Mrs. w. Murdock.
Trunk an.l contents held for the account of
Miss G. MacPherson.
Four Boxes and contents and two Trunks
and contents held for the account of Lawton
McElhon?.
? Boxes an?l Case containing Books ami
Pamphlets. Papers, etc., held for the account
of Marlon Er Win.
Ptano held for the account of Mrs. Hugo
W. Romberg.
Piano held for the account of John J.
Ward.
Piano, Box and contenta, Tool Box and
contents and One Press Machine held for the
account of K. M. Collins.
Trunk and contents held for the account
of John Klely.
One Box and contents held for the account
of Mr. Harrington.
Two Trunks and contents held for the ac?
count of Thomas Bonner.
Four Cases and contents, One Hamper and
contente, one Tub, Table, two bundles, Paper
Packages and contenta neld for the acc<sunt
of Mrs. J. Lowery.
One Trunk and contents held for the ac?
count of Mrs. G. Ford.
One Trunk and contents held for the ac?
count of A. Garcia.
Two Trunks and content? and one Sewing
Machine held for the account of M. L. Mc
Loughlin.
Trunk and contents, Box and contents held
for the account of John Res?.
One Trunk and contents held for the ac?
count of S. A. Bellamy.
One Trunk and contents held for the ac?
count of M. Bengsund.
One Case and contents, one Barrel and
contents and one Box and contents held for
the account of W. M. Helsel.
On? Trunk and contents held for the ac?
count of R. Tansey.
Two Dress Suit Cases and contents, one
Satchel and contents, held for the account of
Anna Miller.
Two Boxes and contents held for tha ac
I count of W. J. Burke.
i One Trunk and contents, one Hamper ano
contents, held for the account of John Hoff?
man. _
All being now stored with said Thomas
Rellly. In the Warehouse, and all to be more
specifically announced and described at time
of ?aid ?ale.
The goods may be seen at the place of
salt on the Saturday preceding the sal?.
BROADWAY STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
3243-4e-.iT BROADWAY.
NEW YORK CITY.
THOMAS REILLY, Prop.
TRAVEL
IMMUNES
AMERICAN UNE
Fart Mail Steamers
O?RBOWG-SiXJTOAMFrON
?rrlt?.-V^7!8?- Pm1.F^ M
Fkaefelak? Ftk 21;Mew York... Mar. ?
NEW YORK-HAMBURG
???#A.12 Nesn.J??. J
RED STAR UNE
NEW YORK-PLY OUTH
CHERBOURG?ANTWERP
i*pU?i.Jan. M
WHITE STAR LINE
N. Y.-CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON
{***.2 P. M...J?kJ
tuvtuul .j^. 20
tCafls at Plymouth. Omits Seathatnptaa
NEW YORK-LIVERPOOL
S?6* .?P.M. Jaa.lt
***??*>.-.Ja?. 14
??** ???.Jaa.24
M* . J?n.31
NEW Y0RK-A20RES-GIBRALTAR
NAPLES-GENOA
Caiopk . 3 p. m. Jaa.lt
Cretic . S P. M Jan. 24
Internsnoeal Mercsatile Marine Company
9 Broadway New York
C UNA R ?
ANCHO ft
Passenger and Preis;?t Servie?
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL
Ordana .Jan. J
Vaakan .JaB. 20
Camama.Jnn. 29 Msr. 6
NEW YORK to CHERBOURG
?tad SOUTHAMPTON
Kaiserin Anguite Victoria.Ja?. 17
Maareteata .Jan. 2? Mar. 10
Imseratar.F,fc. 21
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH.
HAVRE and SOUTHAMPTON
Royal George.Jan. 24|Fe?. 24|Mar. 27
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH,
HAVRE and LONDON
Sasenia .peB> 7
N. Y. to PATRAS and TRIESTE
Pannonia . Jt?. 29
NEW YORK-L'DERRY-GUSGOW
Columbia .Jan. 10 Feb. 7 Msr. t
?1-84 STATE STREET. NEW YOKE
PRENCH LINE
NEW YORK?HAVRE
i LA SAVOIE.JAN. 3, JAN. SI
The Large Quadruple Screw
Tstrklne Steamer be Luxe
FRANCE
Tuesday, January 6th
I.A UmilAlNK. jiv ?>?
LAFAYETTE. .Jag' 24
KOCHAMBEAV . KEB 1?
I NE WYORK?BORDEAUX
i ?!??'AJ?A ?Proin Pier 84. N. R.)...I\N. ?>?,
CHICAGO (From Pier 84, N R ) FEU 1?
. COMl'ANY'S OFFICE, la STATE ST.. ?. Y.
Swedish American line
S. S. STOCKHOLM ??As,
JANUARY 31. NEW YORK
; DIRECT TO OOTHEBt RO. SWEDEN.
Short route to SCANDINAVIA. CIom
0011 ni-rt ion* tn Germany und ail part?
of Continent.
PASSENGER OFFICE. 24 State Si.. W. Y.
RED "D" LIME Vl** ?? Foot M??tuu?
1 ntll U LIRE street. BkljD. at 1 i: M
KOR PORTO KICO, CURACAO ?ad VENKZIKI.A
MARACAIBO_Jan. 7) l'M'7AI>ELFHlA..ian. 11
ZVhlA.Jan. 2IJCARACA8.Jan. 2?
for Accommodation? for Passenier*.
Phone 81T0" Hanover. 82 Wan Strati
DAJXirrT & CO., Geni. M
"THE PUBLIC BE PLEASED"
COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON1* w$4.40
PROVIDENCE !? $2.97
MA. Ol'TSIDE STATEROOMS S1.08 to ?J.S?
Roth Prices Includi Wur Tax.
Boat U?vas Pier 38. North River. Dally A Sunday.
at 6 P. M. Phone S?rlng 9491.
STATE
rSjSBOSTO?RS1
IW'or?ef>ter,$4.|.1. Provi'ience direct,?2.7?. I
OUTSIDE STATEROOMS. ?1.08 ft 82.10. I
Dally, :n?"!udine Sunday. ? 00 P. M. 1
Kfom I'ler 19. K. R. Tlione '-'TOO Keekm?n 3
Tickets at. 1'icr or Consolidated TUket Ofaces. |
FALL RIVER LINE
To BOSTON
Prom Pier 11, N. R., Fulton St., 5 F. ft
Orchestra, on Each Boat.
NEW* LONDON (NORWICH LINE?. Stf.
l\a. Pr. 40, N- R ? Houston St., wk. day? only.
6:30 P. M. Lv. Pr. 70, E. R , ZZ? St . 6 P. M.
BRIDGEPORT LINE. Ml lv?, Pr 27. Pi.
R.( lvk. days, 3 P. M. IT. 70, E. R., 3 15 P. M.
SURROGATES' NOTICES
THE TEOI'I.E OK THE STATE OF NEW
YORK. SY THE GRACE OF OOD, i'l.l'i
ANli INDEPENDENT
To William M. Copp, :?? Executor of the
T-ast Will and Testamen' of Allo( M To* ?
?nd, deceased. Mary ?:. Townsend, as Execu?
trix of the East Will and Testament of
George H. Townsend. deceased, Eliza M. T.
Lindsley, PYederick a. Townaend, Raynham
Townshend. Henry H. Townshend, Georg?
H. Townsend, 2nd, Huntington T. Dey. Ed?
uard H Townsend, 2d. Harriot T. Bottom
ley, James M Townsend. Jr.. John C. Town
Bend, Donald C. Townsend. Virginia T Ferry.
Dwight H. Day. as General Guardian of
! Huntington T. Day and Mav> L. Towjtsend,
us Executrix of the I-asr Will and testa?
! ment of William K. Townsend, Harriet R.
Townsend. *'.* Exe?-utrlx of the East W.ll ard
Testament of Jarnos M. Townsefld, diseased.
, SEND GREETING:
WHEREAS. The Farmer? 1-oan ami TruH
1 Company, a domestic i-nrporatlnn having iti
' iirlnolual plat? of business at No. 22 William
i Kirnet, in tho Roruugh of Mnihsitan, Cit\,
. County and State of New York, has prc
: ?ented un account of it? in'ocecd.ngs a? Su? -
cesser Trustee under the !?ist Will and Tes?
tament of Edward? H. Townsend, lately re
' siding in the County of Kai:ll?-ld. State of
Connecticut, deceased, and ha? also presented
and filed a petition praying that It? said ar
rount may be Ji:dlclaliy bettl?-?l and siiov.ed.
; and that th? Court construe tn? ?ill of ?aid
testator as pra^frd ?pr in said petition,
NOW. THEREFORE, you and ea?li of you
are h'treby cited to snow cause before our
Surrogate of the County ?>f New York, at the
Surrogat?*" Court of the said County of Neja&
York,-to be hel.l .?t thn Hall ?f Records, tMW
tlie Count) >f New york, on the nth day of
! January, i?20. al h.?if pa?", ten ?"ilotk In the
forenoon <>f that lav. why ?.M atxount
should not be iudic.ally settled rn.'. allowed,
and why tho Court should not construe the
will of said testator as pray?;d for In said
petition.
IN TESTIMONY WHEUEOF we heve
caused the seal of the Surrogates' Court of
i the said County of New York to be hereunto
a!?lx?-d.
'? tE, B.] WITNESS. Honorable John P
I Cohaian. a Btirrafkte of our ?aid
County, at the Co .hty of New "iork. on the
10th ?lay of DeoUMber, In the year of our
; Lord une thousaml nine hundred and nlne
DAN1EL J DOWDNEY.
' . Clerk of the S-.rrogates' Court.
GELLER. ROL8TON ft BORAS. Attorneys
for Successor Trustee. 22 Exchang?
Place. New Tork. N. V
LEGAL NOTICES_
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: NOTICE 19
hereby piren Cat grocery ?tore and >?u?i
nes? at 11? Brunswick Street. Jersey City.,
; N. J.. and belonging to Raffaele and
! Joseph Oftttl ha? been sold and po??e??lon
i surrendered to one Abraham Kirs?*h as of
i Dec. ?J, '19- Creditors will send bills and
I claims to J?iSBPH J. IXK5RI,
1 Attorn?? f ? ' ' '??'. &S6 Newark Avo..
I Jorsey Ctty, N. 3.

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