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TRAVEL
TRAVEL
C U N? R L>^ A N t H O &
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICES
C#Jumbi? .New York
Vavtbati.New York
Italia. New York
Caronta.New York
Aquitmi? .New York
Accommodations rmw
. r A^? .;??.Sept. II
Londonderry and Glasgow.Sept. II
erpool _
try and Glasgow. !Sept
?"?Pool .... .Sept. ,,
'atras, Uuhrovri.k and Trieste. Sept lr)
rlynaouth and Cherbourg.Sept. 13
Cherbourg and ?Southam[ "nn.?'.'..'Sept". 21
mcr* and sailing;?.
available fo
for later sailing? upplj ?,.
21.24 STATE STREET. NEW YORK.
International Mercantile Marine Company
AMERICAN L?NE WHITE STAR L?NF
?. y._<HKKnoiu(;_M,rTii\Mi"roN * A"1 ?'* /^IV 1-li>'E<
St. Paul... 11 A.M. Aug. 28 Sept. 25 Oct. 23 * ?r"KRi.oir.o?simtiiaastton
Philadelphia II A.M. Sept. 4 Oct. 2 Oct. 30 Olympic .. .4 P.M. Aug. 28 Sept 18 Oct 9
,S?w York 11 A M. Sept. 18 Oct. 16 Nov. 1 5 ? Adriattc ..11 A.M. Sept. 15 Oct 16 Nov' 20
NF.W TORK?HAMBURG lu.iov. ZU
Manchuria.Sept. II Oct. 23 Dec. 4 I NEW TORK?UYERPOOL
Mongooa .Sept. 23 Nov. 6 Dec. 18 j ?Mobile . . 11 A.M. Aug 24Sr.pt ?5
RED STAR LINE ?f< .?i^"8-2^ 2 n^'?
v v.-soi tuAMrroN-ANTwi-HP I ^r"c ' ? V ? ' A M' Se??- 4 Oct. 9 Nov. 13
fail.nd .11 A.M. Aug. 28 Oct. 2 ; <''ormer!y Cleveland.)
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ICroonlar.d ....... 11 A.M. ?Sept. 18 Oct. 23 NAP1.K.S?GENOA
Upland.I ! A. M. Sept. 25- ? | Canopic.3 P.M. Aug. 31 ? Cretic.3 P.M Sept. 16
CFFiCES, 9 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Flcrs 53 53 CO, 61 6^ KartU II.?
I nited States Shipping Board'? Passenger
New Yerk te Rio d?" Janeiro, Monter deo and Buenos Aires
S. S. MARTHA WASHINGTON L1.000 tous.(b).Ati<ru.?t
S. *.. HURON 17,000 toas (e> .Sept.
Cbj First & Second Clajw. (c) Fir-.... Second and Third C.'la^
rcr r">.'."ic" rat*? ant other n.<-,*iei.'xrj
MUNSON STEAMSHIP ' LINE
nrp'l. 82-92 llea.er Street, >.-.T-. a!?
KerotrRMc I Cgrnihiy Bide." F ?S'oifo V? ?"*&?,
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"Wa?hi!i(t:on Irvine," "ilendrick Hn~*on,"
"Rebert Fulton." "Albany."
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Direct Rai! Connection?. All tliruujh rkll
tickets bi.?n ft? V rk and Albany ac
cfrO"''!. Mua ? R .-'?? uri - '
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
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West 4 2d S' .. .
West 129tr St.
Tonkers .
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6:40
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narked t. ??Except Sunday. ?This land?
ing reads on Sundays only If capacity per?
mita Bear Mountain passengers are ad
vlaed to return on 3:30 P. il. steamer.
Ideal one-day ontlngs.
Telephon.' < anal 9300.
Hudson
Rives*
???broaa?,* St. Flee
?w Y?K
Boston
to Liverpool
Nrw'.fcdcrn Bn-i?hTwinSorw
S.S. Fort Victoria
Firat Class rat?senirers Only
For rates end full particulars apply
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or an) TOURIST AGENCY
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tomsm G?h?rsie Transatlantique ?___
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NEW Y?IK--HAVRE
LAFAYETTE ..Aur 27. SeDt. 24, Oct. 23
LA BAYOUS ...Sept. 3, Oct. 1, Oct. SO
S. S. FRANCE
Fast Steamer de Luxe
Sept. 8. Oct. 6. Nov. 3.
_^t?SH_*,:V1B ^pTl4. Oct. 13. Nov. 20
"OCHAMBEAC .. Oc? \\\ Dec." *4
COMPANY s OFFICE, 19 STATE ?T.. N. Y.
"the rrniir tie pi.*eA?vis*i?*?
COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON^? $4.67
PROVIDENCE '? $3.24
?LLOl'TSIDE STATEROOMS 91.08 to $4.S?
?oth l'exc?s Include Weir Tan
ai'V H?*VM ?>l?f39, Nortii hlvcr Ut?ot V???i Houiten
-__.. i!'* - B-???> ?i i--*0 P. M.. _A>Uani
??"'I lira?.
'Phone Spring ?491.
GRACE LIN F
W PERU ? CHILE Ja-I
. Direct pa*ien?-,-r aerrlce fr.? New York
"a t'taasia Canal, eair.ac at Callao, Arlo*.
4r*.
'-a Elu. 8a. Saeta Lui?. Sa. Santa
*? Santa T?r*?a. Portnlth?) SallUua.
W. R. GRACK * OO , A*snt.
'?* Square. ?. ... or Lscal irot.
and New England Points
????^?? ?a?g?s?
via FALL RIVER LINE
Four Splendid Steamers in Servie??
Sailing Daily, including Sunday
Orchestra Concerts Excellent Cuisine
Cool, C iratortable Staterooms
Sch-dule?Eastern Standard Tims
Pajrlisht Saving Time, Ona !! iur Late:
Fall River '... e, dally a! Pier : 1, N. P..
(Fulton sr i, 4:30 p. m. Dub Boston.
P utli Stati ii, : ?_-. ?. m.
New London iNorwlch) Line, dally pt.
0 nday. Pier N It (11 mst >n St ).
4:30 p. n Pier 70. r R (22n ! St.), 5
1 : It. Is ; rt LU ??. dal y ept ?un
Pier 27, V.. 1!. (Catharine St I, 1 p. tu.
"'-r?a St.). 1:15 o. ni
Pier ; i, ?v It. (2ind St.). 1 .!"? : . in.
New Bedford 1. ? (New Bedford, Cap?
points, Martha's
Leave . 1er 4 I
Sun Icy, 5 P. M.
Cod no I r.'o.-r?.r.
VlBC .. : - . Nanl
N l: (Hi u t n -
NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP CO.
X5ZSST,
ATLANTIC HIOHLANOS'HIGHLANri
LON'G ERANCH - AS8URV PARK
OCEAN GROVE . poiWT PtCASAMT
: . foot W. 4?!d Si .???,
? i 45. 9:50 A. M? 12:30. 3:45,
... . i P. M. Sundays, l> :0o, 10 .)
-'?' . : ,;". ?: :00 P. M.
Y., foot Ceda r Si
3:10, 10:15 A. >I : 0 4-'"
2>\ 8:10 F M. So:: lays ' 9
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WB?gL
Str."Grand Republic''^ ,8iTTsEVaM'
Ro?iit?lffp l?;8;?.<$:-?'?T
r Pat?. & Sum., 8ie. dolor?? 15.
MUSIC?RKFEESHM1SNTS?DANCING.
Tciepl.one Bowling Ureen 7075.
Eastern Steamship Lines, Inc.
t EUS ?*% ?L T <n>r^
METROPOLITAN LINE
All the way by water
via CAPE COD CANAL
Steamer? leave P;er 18, North River, ft.
at Murray St. PHON F r. AIM'LAY SOOO.
Daily at 5 P. M.
(DayPg.it Time)
ATLANTIC CITY
Ofew^l
...J Jersey
fora}
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IT.
L"av- W. 25 '. St. 7:45, Liberty St. 8:00
a M. JackBon Ave., Jersey City, i>;l7
A M., Broad St., ?Newark, 8:12 A. ?1.
;-hj light Time.
CQ^EY ISUiiD
..W .12!) St. Pier 1, N. K. ' Coney Island.
:30 3 :01 1 o : 1 ."? 3 :45?12 :25 r 45
:40 4 :00 I 1 :25 4 : 45 1 :'-'0 7 :25
10 6 'Vi a .M. i, :45 2 :2o 8 :25
M.
31 ! .-''
R:20 4:45
30
ROCK AWAY BEACH
W. 129 St. 9:30 A. M. Pier I. N. R.
10 15 A. M., Roekaway, 6 30 P. M.
TELEPHONE WHITEHALL l".',?
Wnrceater, JM.IO. Providence direct 52.70
STATEROOMS, $1.08, $1.68, $?,1?.
Dally, in ""luil?itf Sunday, 5:30 1' M.
Prom Pier 19, E R PIj hi? 2701 Beekman.
Tickets at Pier or Consolidated Ticket Office,.
RED "D" LIKE p,%r.it.V?.r4
Por Porto Rico. Curacao it Venezuela
Phi idelphta?. .Aug. 25IMaracalbo...Sept :
Cat icas.Sept. 8|Julla.Sept. 15
BLISS, DALLETT ?i CO., Oen'l Murs.
Phone 10072 Hanover. 82 Wall ?treet
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
New-bunch. Poushkerpsie, Kingston and
CatsUill Mis. :.v Franklin St.. 4 i'. M ; Hat..
1 and 2:3i) p. M. All steamers leav? v..
I2!'th St. hiiif hour later. Connection? at
Newburgh for return to New York.
RESORTS
NEW ENGLAND
THE IDEAL TOUR ,
1.0^0 miles through New England's Scenic
Wonderland Route, Book tin,! Map on uppii
catlon. ii?" B'way, N, v. or Hotel i::ton,
Watorbury. Conn
ATLANTIC CTT?. K Jf.
Ambaiwidor Hotels In Atlantic Mty, Ne?
York, Santa Barbara and Los Anjreles.
' indentured Labor
Becomes a Moral
Question in Samoa
With China as Only Reser?
voir for Workers, Ban on
Marriage Between Races
Gives Parliament Problem
LONDON, July 13*?The problems of
Samoa, the island croup which Now
Zealand occupied in "August, 1914, are
discussed by a correspondent in "Tho!
Times." Tho group consists of the two
western and largest of tho archipelago,
Upolu and Savaii, with an area of 1,134
square miles and n population at that
- time of nearly '10 000 souls.
They made at that timo a flourishing
colony. OCne-sixth of tho whole area,
most of the best land, had by some
means? which would have born impos?
sible under the British Colonial Office
-passed from the natives to Europeans
and was under efficient cultivation for
?the production of cocoanut, eoroa and
rubber. Tho exports in 1913 were
| worth more than $1.200,000, and in?
cluded 11.000 tons of copia find 730
tons of cecea. It was a very flouisbing
territory--the best for its size that
Germany possessed. To-day its ex?
ports are even more than they were
then, and prices are much higher. Hut
the future of New Zealand's How ward
is ringed about with doubts which did
not disturb the Germans.
All prosperity in tho islands is do
nor.dent on labor, and a.-" the native
Polynesian will not work for wages i n
European plantations?at lea^t not with
the required regularity the labor has
to be imported.
Labor Greatly Needed
The planters r-? German Samoa
thrived on the labor of Solomon Is?
l?nders and Chinese the former hefty
and unsophisticated, the latter ?ntelli
pent and industrious. At an early
stage of the New Zealand occupi I
indenturing was stopped. No new la?
bor was introduced, and all the coolies
whose indentures expired were repatri?
ated if they wished.
To-day, of the 2,200 Chinese and 850
I Solomon boys who were in Samoa in
1914 ?ess than 1,000 in all remain.
The effect has been a steady and s< ri
ous decline in the condition of thAe
plantations. Some of them to-day are
qua. v. ithout labor, and have gone b
to nature. Weed, cocoa canker and the
cocoanut beetle have ravaged the hold?
ings so that some of them will have
to be reclaimed again, cleared and re?
planted before they will yield ai
at all. The New Zealand gi v*i ri mi
is not likely to ignore the pli ht
the planter.,, for it is itself, as
tor of the German firmsj the greatest
of them all.
Labor and Morality
When some members of the New
Zealand Parliament visited Samoa they
came away fairly convinced thai li ioi
would have to be found if the planta?
tions were to bo kept going, bi
altogether sure that they should be
kept going, except so far as their
abandonment would injure those of the
natives adjoining. it is
expect the Samoan to pr vide labor for
any plantations but his own. Why
hould he work when his i eei s ? re :
easily supplied? Yet to-day 75 per
cent of the exports of '?'? i ia are the
produce of native plantations and of
native labor.
Indentured labor seems to be the
only n;tans of keeping the lar
ti ; ;ors goin ;. Solomon la] r -; unob
?_: ?nable becaus ? the Austr ?an g iv
c. nment and the ( i, ? ho
control the two uar of thi ? ip, r
fuse to allow the isl'at I i to be re
? ? ni ted : ny long? r f< r ovei i rvice,
China is the onlj' pos ! : :
But the indenturing i
v lives a moral qu istion
to le a difficult one for th< ..'?'. Zea?
land Parliami nt.
< him se who have reindentured after
the, end of their first term
years have teen in the
Samoan girls as wi\ t \ an 1 bringi
h?lf-caste familii s. Lei i; i rri
not pe; mitti d, and thoi b th
are regular and .. tally 1 |
par! ie ? mraerstni i < arl y that v
:.- 1 ngth the Chinese ceases to
in Samoa he must go back t '
alone. The Samt .: wife nul h r chil?
dren must return to their tribe.
Concubinage Chief Ob ta< le
This system of . incub -v.-.. e
main obstacle that New Zealand will
have * i ov rcome in conl nuii
indenturing of C nose,
< Chinese are ever going to be obt? . I
.m ike future. V. " r! whii h ? r
being -prie to obtain new r
from thii fiel i i: v ' ? it y t bi ? n --.
i - ssful. The signing-on '
any case be much high? r than it v.;. ;
before the war.
For the Samoans themselves Ni w
Zealand has much to do which the
Germans left undone, and. England
need not doubt that she will do it
faithfully. The health of the native
race was cynically neglected by the
Germans, but New Zealand has an ex?
cellent sanitary r?gime and capable
medical officers wl i ; re an.' ious i
undertake the work. She will pre';',
too, by the experience of the Amei
caT's in Eastern Samoa.
There is abo much to he d :
education to lit the native for Lhi i
petititive existence of which as ?
knows nothing. Tho London M
ary Society, which has dont
splendid work in all these isla
frankly admits that the task
beyond its powers and welcomes tl
advent of the New Zealand auth ? ?
The latter have a unique experience
with their own Maori, and the o .'
for the Samoan is a hopeful one. H
old error of neglecting the ti i hing of'
English, the common tongue oi
Pacific, is not likely to 1 p rp tu .' ,
The civil administration was i ..
inaugurated in Samoa by New Z
en May !, nearly six year:- after its
occupation. All this time enthus ?? tic
reformers and administrators in New ?
Zealand have been chafing to proceed
with their task.
Morocco Cultivating Flax
The cultivation of flax in
yielding excellent resu ts. and .
possible to foresee that in the near
future Morocco will replace Ru?
the principal source of French flax
spinners, says information received by
the bureau of foreign and d< .
commerce. The first attempt i
vati n were made in 1917 by B i i
Defives & Co., and B00 he
sown in 1919. The crop is
quality, equal to the ilax product
France, and the land which could be '
utilized ?3 enormous in extent,
J. M. LEHRFELD & CO.,
Public Accountants ? Production
Engineers,
268 Fifth Avenue, fccw York.
August 21, 1920.
THE NEW YORK TIMES:
Our Help Wanted advertise?
ment in THE NEW YORK
TIMES for a junior account?
ant brought 55 high-grade re?
plies, from which we selected a
competent young man.
J. M. LEHRFELD & CO.
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THF TIDES
Itlirh wator l?w water
AM PM AM I'M
S.in'lv TTonlr. 2 30 S "i *:4S 9:81
. Ii ? . ? ,r's Island. 21 3 IS 9:38 I":!?.
Uoll Gat ? . 5:44 6:53 - 12:05
Nute ---Tlo> above ligures are standard
t!- e und not New fork Stale timo.
ARRIVED YF.STFRDAY
\ i Port Departure.
Dante Alighieri-Gibraltar .Aue 12
o il.Corunna .Aus 12
Langloy.Antwerp .Aug S
Poznan.t.ondon .Aus r'
i.o n Ion .Vug 1
BortnJ.Flluciields .Aim 1 :;
Laite Fenn.S . o to, la Grande..Aug 15
' rio.i .Crist?bal .Aug 15
la.Bancs .Aug 1 fi
Ardgowan.London .Aug 7
.....Rio de Janeiro. ..July 30
? ? ! .San .1 uan.Aug lfi
M ' .London .Aug 1 !
Minas Geraeus ... Pernnmbuco .luly 31
: '"ii.Raracon .Aug 17
mtal.Port Arthur.Vug 15
Mo i.?. . ..Helslnfors .Iunel3
la.Avonmouth. ?
I Apach?!.lacksonville. -
Laite Flllmore_Brunswick.
City.Philadelphia_ .
i Bayonno.Philadelphia. -
INCOMING STEAMSHIPS
Hue To-day
SI Paul.Soul hampton .... Aug 1 4
United States. (' 'nbagen .Augl2
tto.Havre .Aug II
Posaro.Naples .Aus 7
Duo To-morrow
'Themlstocles.Piraeus .Aug 4
? ? ????.Marseilles .Aus 2 j
I ' . ' i .Au?r 6 !
Tungua.Turks I -If.Aug IT,
Uboi ion.Ni w Oi leans.Au? 20
Due Wednesday
'Olymi le.joui h unpton _Aus i" :
i clana.G 'ni a .Au?; 10
Santa Paula .Valparaiso .luly SO .
? ' ' .Cri tobal .Aug 19 :
a r.Vntilla .Aui; 20 j
Due Thursday
Zacapa.Santiago .Aug 21 ?
OUTGOING STEAMSHIPS
Suil To-day
Mall Vessel
I " >86J Sails
Queen Louise, Bahia.. 6:30 AM 0 )0 AM
Sail Tuesday
Mol ' 1 :' poi.3 00 AM 11 :00 AM
R* d'il : .12:00 M 3:30 I'M
.? . ??? ' : i ubal : 00 A M 1 i :0fl A M
Montana, hu .... 0:00 AM 12:00 M
C.I ' o I o.o einna . . S :00 AM l : :00 .M
. : : terUam . . - 12 :00 M
\ in, Para.12:00 M :: :30 I'M
l.on li n.- l : :00 ?VI
i n, Havre.- 12:00 M
PtUrri?.,Brtd?,1 Cadla_12-00 M
Wi? Ata"' P,''',nPy ' ?-"'?? ?
Snll Wednesday.
%ta.R,,^'?Cach;7:00AM 11!MAM
Ma^0tM?mrran?o,. MUM l:M PM
Phlladelbhi? b * ? ? V * ' '10 ^ AM 2:0? PM
Arn? R?? ' Si,n -T"anP:30AM 1 :09 I'M
Non?ah . r- , ^yrfr8' >":00 M 3 :30 TM
H' ? -,; llrrn,.'lUa.-' 12;0n M
< ?? ? I . 1 U?l 1 'I 1 f- y Kl>1HT. _ 10 n n ?* r
'-'<" Plato?iai Copen!- l2 ?? M
E^*nn T.'V.- 2:00 PM
',' '"'? Lisbon.-12-00 V
B Prinl; ,l!1?V'n',.- "':00 M
Duro -r'', F,'o,,li0"-' 12:00 M
i urooi, Trieste._ ,,.a.,,
Amur Maru, KobB_ ;:
Opequam, Santos._ 12:00M
San ??I?t02' CvToWn' - 12:00 M
lioV-, ', an 'Tuan-12:00 M
Docket, Rue?os Ayres.-12:00 M
Sail Thursday
Frederl.c VIII, Copen
MfTlcn" ,Y.11:00 AM 2:00 PM
.?,,?"":,. 1Iayann. 8:30 AM 12:00 M
0c,n', ?u ' c' Oorgraa,
1,'?''^oba,' .12:00 M 4:00 PM
V, ,.' Bu*Uno3 Ayres 9:00 AM 1:00 PM
L. Mattery, Santiago..- 12 00 M
I', ssegjen Bergen- \\ 00 M
Sorland, Bergen.- 12:00 M
AMERICAN PORTS
-.BALTIMORE Aug. 22.?Arrived: Strs
neflance, Hamburg-; Cralgrownle, Port
lanrt, Me.: Lake Crystal. Boston; Belle
.",'"??? ^?i;f?,lk' BaJ'od: Str Mar Caspio
\s>\i ). Norfolk.
fn,('?,r!; "KXilT' Vn- Au*- 22.?Passed In
roi Baltimore: Strs t.'uinnlplne. Lisbon tor
Alexandria, Va.; Indian City (Ilr) Phila?
delphia; James S. Whitney, New york
assed out from Baltimore: S'trs Tur
blnia (Dt). Rotterdam; Toneslt. Berpln
Eusebia Del Valle (Sp), Cette; Devo
lente. ruxpam.; Horda. Christiania; Waal
Haven (Dt), Rotterdam; Alloth (Dt)
Skaw (for orders); Thuban (Dt), Rotter?
dam; Turkestan (Br), Rotterdam.
NORFOLK, Va, Aug 22?Arrived: Strs
Aim-well (Br), Liverpool; Catawba, New
York; Cecil County, Boston; Fukuvo Mnru
(Jap), Bordeaux; Hvah Jnh (China), Ha?
vana; Lake Feodora, Portland, Me; Luel
gen (Br), Havre; Nea Ellas (t?k). Pensrth;
Ireloske (Br), Shields; Turbinla (Dut).
Baltimore; West Chetac, Jacksonville
Sailed: Strs Aurym (Nor), Aalborg;
Datum, Dunkirk anil Liverpool: Lake Su?
perior, Maratl, Cuba; Mercurlus (Dut)
ban \.->n Ghent, Holland; Morgana (Nor)
Aarhuus; Marls tit), New York; Maple
Branch iTIrl, Llvorpool; Norfolk Range
(Br), London; Poughkeepsle, Parlas; Port
Antonio (Nor), i'ort Antonio; Quantlnico
Havana; Ralfuku Maru (Jap). Galveston;
Solareren (Nor), Korsoer; Virginian, Gib
raltar; Vlndal (Br), (?uinea.
?NEW ORLEANS, Aug 22?Cleared: Str
Western Queen. Liverpool vis Avonmouth.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug 22 ?Arrived:
A> .-sf-rn Star, Aiitwrp; Choyo Maru (Jap),
Norfolk: Jasper, Havre. Marcus Hook,
Pa. Auk 22?Passed down from Philadel?
phia: ake Daraga, Tampico; churl?1? M
Everest, Texas Cfty? Sollnscn (Tin, Hull;
Wont Gainh... New Orleans; sehr Nat L
Oorton, Perth Amboy. Delaware Break?
water, Del, Au?f 22?Pasead up for Phila?
delphia: Stlkteat-- (Nor), Cherbourg.
Puwd out from Philadelphia: Manches?
ter Exchange (Dr), Manchester via Hull
fax: Kobe (Fr), Buenos Ay re?: Pedro
fhrletophersen (Swed), Gothenburg: Abra?
ham Lincoln, (?enea or Naples. Sail* 1
Look Tay (Nor), from Christiania for
Lambert's Point.
PORT TAMPA. Fla., Aug. 22.?Sailed:
Strs Mascotte. Havana "ia Key West; Lake
Parhutn. Baltimore; Eolo (Sp), Pasages.
PORT EAJDS, La.. ,Aug. 22.?Arrived:
Slra Atn'-land (Dt). Mobile; Belgian (Br),
Texas City; Cardigan (Br), Europe;
Ceiba (Hond), Ceiba; Corilnla (It), Net
York; H. M. Fingier. Tampico; Hariah,
Cape Gracia?; Lake Berdan, Panama; Lu
cllllnn (Br). Europe; Han Giuseppe (If).
.Norfolk; Yuniuri, Havana. Sailed: Stra
Abangarez, Pocas de) Toro via Havana,
Kingston and Cristobal; El Rio. New
York; Infanta fsahfll (Sp), Barcelona via
Santander, Cadiz anil Havana; Inspector,
Ctenfuegos; Munrlo, Pensacola; Nubian
(Br), Liverpool; Preusaen (Br), Avon
mouth; Rock Port, Liverpool; Trlpp, Pen?
sacola.
PORT ARTHCR. Tex, Aug 22?Arrived:
Strs Camlllo (Br), London; War Pundit
(Br), Providence; Guifmald, Philadelphia,
flailed: Strs Belrldge (Nor). Tampico; Per?
fection (with oil buree). Tampico.
.SAVANNAH. Aug 22?Arrived: Stra City
of Savannah, New York; Lake EJIva, Tam?
pa. Sailed: Str Howard, Jacksonville.
TAMPA, Fla. Aug 22?Arrived: Str Lake
Llcoco, Savannah.
FORKION PORTS
Departures for New York
Shields?S S Custufphohn.
Rio Janeiro?-S S Huron.
Antwerp?S S Princesa Matotka.
Callao?S S Ronalco.
Danzig?S S Verbanla.
Arrived From New York
Zanzibar?S S Gordon Castle.
Rio Janeiro?S S Callao.
Rio Grande?S S Panoras.
Alexandria?S S Siberian ?rlnce.
Pernambuco?S S Tocutins.
Trieste?S S Polgowan.
Palma?S S British General.
Port Natal--S S Eastern Crag.
Bergen?S S Sta vangerfjord.
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS
The connecting mails close at the Gen?
eral POHtofflco and City Bali postoffice
station, New York, at 6 a. m., as follows:
Japan. ''.-.rea. China, Siberia. Slam,
French Indochina, Netherlands East Indies
anil Philippine Islands, via Seattle, steam?
ship Arizona Maru, August 25.
Japan, Corea. China. Siberia. Slam,
French Indochina. Netherlands East Indies
and Philippine Islands, via Seattle, steam?
ship Manila Maru September 2.
Tahiti. Marquesas, Cook Islands, N>w
Zealand an 1 specially addressed mail for
Australia, via San Francisco, steamship
Maratna, September S.
Hwali, Fiji Islands. New Zealand and
? Australia, via Vancouver and Victoria.
Ii. c, steamship Niagara, September 10.
Bacon; Once an Aversion,
Now a Luxury
THERE was a time when some of us ate
bacon simply because we could not afford
anything better. Somebody had te eat it. It
was there with the hams and spare ribs and
it was a 6?n to waste it. But now look. Bacon
costs all the way from 35 cents to $1.50 a
pound. It's a delicacy. A fair average pries
is 50 cents a pound. 17% of what you buy is
waste. What you eat contains 27% water.
If you pay 50 cents a pound at the store, the
actual food content of that bacon costs you 82
cents a pound. Sheffield Milk, the finest food
in the world, supplies net solid food at 50 cents
a pound. *
The milk you buy at the 190 Sheffield
stores is exactly the same in quality as
the milk ive deliver in bottles. When you
get milk at a Sheffield store you are
sure of its quality, safety and cleanliness.
Sheffield Farms Co., Inc.
New York
Sheffield
Farms
is the
accepted
standard of
milk
quality and
service
the world
over
Ex-Emperor Blamed For
Austrian Army's Defeat
Iffuerl Three Conflicting Orders
Within a Few Hours on Fate?
ful Day on the Piave
VIENNA, Aug. 1.?Chief blame for
the collapse of the Austrian forces on
the Pinve River, in the Austro-Italian
campaign, is placed on former Em?
peror Carl by the report of a commis
sian appointed to investigate war de?
linquencies.
On the fateful November 2, 1918, the
report says, the then emperor issued
three conflicting orders within a few
hours. The first was for the conclusion
of an armistice. Forty minutes later
this wa3 revoked and ninety-five min?
utes afterwards it was issued agf.in.
During this period, it was said, the Em?
peror consulted no one on the matter.
"We must ask," the report says,
"whether the Emperor and his advisors
were not guided by the fear of the
army flooding back on Vienna rather
than by any other circumstances. It
may be, perhaps, not by cxpre<-'.: int< n
tion but rather subconsciously, that
the desire prevailed with more than
one of these men that the troops had
better not return home at all."
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Sooner or later you'll discover Ricoro. You'll discover its
rare quality?its tropic fragrance?at the very first puff.
Grown on the sunny hillsides of Porto Rico, the tobacco is
wonderfully mild and balmy?and because Ricoro is imported duty
free, it costs no more than ordinary domestic cigars.
Ricoro has a tale of quality and economy to tell you, and the
sooner you discover it, the better.
A dozen shapes and sizes?10c to 20?.
Sold only in United Cigar Stores?"Thank You!"
UNITED CIGAR STORES
?April
Corona
Size 1 lc
Buy them bvth?
Box of 50?$5.5J
11 other size?
10c to 20c
Imported
from
PortoRico
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