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Moves to End Baggage Strike Drivers and Officials of Companies Summoned for Conference To-day to Raview Differences R. R. Stations Picketed Independent Haulers Busy; One Negro Is Attacked; 'Lock-Out" Now Charged The Public Service Commission will try to protect the public from a bag? gage tie-up, Alfred M. Barrett, Acting Commissioner, said yesterday. lie summoned repr?sentatives of the two main transfer companies and their striking employees for a conference at 11 o'clock to-day at 49 Lafayette Street. Independent agents moved consider? able baggage to and from stations yes? terday, but it piled up enough to war? rant sinister forecasts, despite the railroads' assertion that conditions were normal for this season. With the New York Transfer Com? pany, and the Wescott Express Com? pany out of business, and their 450 employees picketing all stations, yes? terday's other developments were as follows: At noon the Black nnd "White Cab Company, operating hundreds of taxi cabs at the Grand Central and Penn? sylvania stations, where they have n concession, stopped handling all bag? gage except hand baggage. This action was taken at the request of the com? pany's chauffeurs, who are members of a union affiliated with the strikers. Drivers Claim Lock-out Michael Casholl, vice-president of the International Brotherhood of Team stcrs, Chauffeurs, Stablemen and Help? ers, to which belongs the striking Local 645, produced a letter from S. W. P. Draper, president of the New York Transfer Company, to show that tho strike was really a lock-out. Martin J. Lacey, o? the union's exocutivo com lniftee, <>-aid the mon wero out of a job before they struck. Tho letter reads: "Owing to our inability t" make satisfactory ar? rangements with our employees cover? ing wage8 and wage conditions, weVill discontinue operations with the close of business on Monday, the 23d inst. In view of this fact the company will not be able to utilize your services after the dat ementioned. Regretting 'more than I can express to you the ne? cessity of this notice, I am, vours sin? cerely, S. W. P. DRAPER, "President and General Manager." The union agents said that this ac? tion laid ofT clerks and other non striking employees even bnforo the union voted to-strike. Railroad officials announced that they were switching baggage in enr loiul lots between the Grand Centra and Pennsylvania stations nnd re routing baggage for transfer to othei roads before entering the city. Thii was an emergency measure only, the} said. Although the roads' representatives declared their baggage rooms were be? ing kept clear, and that the 200 inde? pendent transfer people would be able to handle all baggage in normal fash? ion, employees in the baggage room! foresaw congestion, inconvenience t< travelers and delay. Some Disorders Reported Union pickets jumped on the run ning boards of taxicabs carrying bag gago to exact promises from drivers to carry no more baggage during th? strike. There were a few instances o disorder. Strikers hit a negro carry ing baggage independently. They be lieved he was a strike breaker for th? Westcott Express Company. Polic? ordered tho pickets to leave tho side walk just north of the Grand Centra Terminal, nnd when they hesitate? threatened to arrest them. Grand Central representativos sai they had asked the police to kee pickets off their premises. Tho rail road men explained that a high woodei fence being erected in the baggag room, around piles of trunks, was no a strike measure, but was customar; at this season to safeguard vacation ists' baggage. Some baggage was not brought u from the lower rail levels yesterdaj but there is sufficient space to bold al baggage that may arrive for a fe\ days, even if none is taken away. Th railroad men saiil that a previous esti mate of 10,000 trunks per day in tran sit through New York, is too low fo this season, and that the city's bag bago is probably double that. Union oilicials said that baggap; transfer men were tho poorest pai and hardest worked of all in their lin? getting less than $25 per week on a average, regular time, against $42 fo coal teamsters. Exnr??s men have jus had an increase amounting to abov $3.'! per man, they pointed out. The two baggage transfer companic said yesterday that if they grante their employees's demands the wag increase would total about $300, Ot a year. 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A per? il manent national organization ?3 to be formed. Those in charge of the program are attempting to bring to the meeting as speakers the moro prominent officers of the three branches o:" the service. The Detroit chapter of the organiza? tion will entertain tho visitors with boat rides, a military ball, a banquet, and a smoker in Canada. I Posses ??uiil Bank Robbers Iowa Officials Organize Shotgun Brigades DUBUQUE, Iowa, Aug. 16.?Shotgun brigades of citizens nnd officers of the peace are being organized in this part ? of the state in an e?fort to stop and ! apprehend thieves, particularly bank robbers. St-ato authorities have taken the in? itiative in organizing the posses, ac? cording to Sheriff Frank Kennedy. It I is planned that when a robbery is re? ported notice bo cent throughout the county in which it occurred and coun? ties near by and the "shotgun" men called together to patral all highways. Tho Iowa Hankers' Association has sent out notices that it is believed that at least three gangs of bank robbers have worked in the state recently and with the aid of speedy automobiles ! soon aro long distances from the scenes of the robberies. Mexico Enlists Boy Scouts Call Is Issued for Lads Between 12 and 17 MEXICO CITY, Aug. 5- The Boy 'Scout movement in Mexico is being revived. A call has been issued by tho leaders of the movement, for all lads between twelve and seventeen years of ago to present themselves for en? rollment. The Boy Scouts, or "The Corps of Mexican Explorers," as they are called here, formerly enjoyed a number of privileges from the government which provided them with uniforms, shoes and even a small money allowance to pay their expenses during their ex? cursions. During the revolution the movement virtually ceased. It is planned to give it new impulse along the lines for? merly followed. I KT Central Park West at 86th St. SPECIAL SUMMER RAIES Suites of one room to as many as required, burnished or unfurnished. Rest nur? ni u lit < m !<-. WM. V. IN(.OI.l). Manager ^r;vt^lySHELBURNt G!RL\?"2. AN ELABORATE PRODUCTION JUKI: Ml.lll'l V AT 7:30 & il:3t Meut. J. TIM IIHV.MN'S Famout "Blauk Devil" ,)?z* Rand Dancing Aft'n'ns & Evgs. HOTEL SHELBURNE 0??!i Tarawa) l(n?litciu Boci), N. T PUBLIC NOTICES WALSH & KRANZ FUNERAL GAR CO., INC. On August 84th, t92H. AN ORDER WAS SIGNED BY JUDGE MAYER IN THE U. S. BANKRUPTCY COURT VACATING THE APPOINTMENT OF A CUSTODIAN OP THE ABOVE COR? PORATION AND DISMISSING THE PETI? TION IN BANKRUPTCY FILED AGAINST THIS CORPORATION. THIS ORDER WAS SIGNED AT THE REQUEST OF THE PETITIONERS' ATTORNEYS, WHEN AN INVESTIGATION DISCLOSED THAT A MOST SUBSTANTIAL ERROR WAS MADE BY THEIR CLIENTS, AND THAT THE CORPORATION WAS AMPLY ABLE TO PAY ALL ITS CREDITORS T. T. WALSH, PRES. Ponzi's Clients Will 'Not Get 50 Cents on $1 Receivers Declare Liabili? ties Are $7,000,000 and Assets Are Not Nearly Worth $3,000,000 Loaned Banker $10,000 Treasurer of L a w r e n c e Trust Co. Resigns When Tansaction Is Bared BOSTON, Aug. 24.?A paymerit of less than 50 cents on tho dollar to the creditors of Charles Ponzi's get rich-quick scheme, if official estimates of his liabilities are correct, was indi ! cated by his statement of assets at the receivers' hearing to-day. At the opening of this afternoon'? session 4,300 men and women stormed the doors of the courtroom in the Fed? eral Buildinar. Women became hysteri? cal. The jam was intense. Three United States deputy marshals In vair : tried to hold back the throng. j Assuring the Federal receivers that he had disclosed all he knew, Ponai i told of assets which Robert G. Dodge : counsel for the receivers, declared wert : "not worth anywhere near $3,000,000.' ; Tho official estimate of his liabilities made after an audit of his accounts stands at $7,000,000. Fonzi said ht thought this was an error, lie claimec that he was solvent and had nearlj $4,000,000 of assets to meet his lia bilities, which he set at $3,000,000. Lawyers Give Up Retainers The hearing was stormy at times Daniel II. Coakley, counsel for Ponzi surrendered to the receivers, to assis in meeting creditors' claims, checks for $25,0(10 each which had been givei to him and to Daniel V. Mclsaac, as sociate counsel, as retaining fees. H? said that when he took the money hi thought Ponzi wns a millionaire, but that now he wanted everything to go to the creditors. Ho called upon the receivers and their counsel to join with him in working without fee, but his challenge wns not accepted. Edward A. Thurston, one of tho re? ceivers, remarked: "If you thought this man had a million dollars left do you suppose anybody thinks you would have got only $25,000?" "You me a liar when you suggest anything' like that!" exclaimed Mr. Ccakloy, jumping to his feet. The lie was passed three times, with? out retort by the receiver except a "Thank you." Ponzi's announcement that h?o had loaned $10,000 to Daniel P. Desrmond, treasurer of the Lawrence Trust Com? pany of Lawrence, was. followed by Des? mond's resignation later in tho day. Ponzi said he had made loans of sev? eral hundred dollars to the Chief of Police of Sharon and to John A. Ray, lieutenant of police of Sorncrville. Ponzi smiled again when he answered in the negative a question whether he had any stock of the. international I postal coupons, which he had told to 'investors formed the basis of his new? found road to riches. On the ground that it might incriminate him, he refused-to say whether he had received any income from Knropean sources or whether he had any income except from investors who bought his notes. Girl Manager Testifies Miss Lucy Meli, eighteen years old, who since last April had been Ponzi's office manager, succeeded him on the stand. She said she knew of no source of income for Ponzi except what he re? ceived from investors. When asked if she had ever seen in the office any in j tornational reply coupons sho said - there had been "one or two there which ! we used as samples for investors." She had transferred money abroad only once or twice, she testified, and she ?lid not know what the drafts were for. lip to to-day Ponzi's high mark in promises of interest was supposed to have been 50 per cent in forty-five days, but in the course of Miss Meli's examination Mr. Dodge produced the stubs of five notes issued at the Ponzi office, which called for payment of 100 per cent. Two of the notes were for $1,000 each, representing investments of $500 e.-ieh by Mary McNary and \V. S. McNary jr. Miss Meli said she knew of no other notes calling for 1U0 per cent and thought ihose exhibited must have been due to errors. The hearings were postponed indefi? nitely to allow Ponzi to go over his papers for further information of his assets and to enable the receivers to collect those he has disclosed. Shipping News TUE tidks Illcrh water Low water AM PM AM I'M Sandy Hook. 4:22 4:45 10:36 11:1.3 Governor's Island. 5:0S 5:28 11:1] ll'-oj Hell nato. 7:22 7:31 1 '--?> 1 '? u Note.?The above figures are standard time and not New York State time. ARRIVKD YESTERDAY Vessel. Port. Departure, Roma .St Michaels.Aug 14 Plow City.Greenock .Aug 1? American.Stockholm .Aug 8 Susquehanna.Port Hastings-Aug J; Mlnneltahda.1.?union .Aug 1 (llnnpool.Tampico .Aug L Overbroolc.Port Lobos.Aug 1 ? Lako Granado.Montr.'sil .Aug li Atlantic Sun.Philadelphia ... .Aug 2". l'il v of Columbus. .Savannah .Aug 21 SorIund.Charleston .Aug 2' ?'of Montgomery. ? Savannah .Aug 2 .1 A Bostwlck.Baton Rouge.Aug 1' Kootenal.Savannah .Aug 2: Providence.Marseilles .Aug J Tanamo.Port Limon.Aug 1 i IY s su.la.Valencia .July 2 Varmoulh.Kingston .July 1 Lake Charles.Philadelphia. Santa Luisa.Valparaiso. -? INCOMING STEAMSHIPS Duo To-day Lb? raba..New Orleans.Aug 2 Olympic.Southampton .. ..Aug i Santa Paula.Valparaiso .luly JJi Colon.Cristobal .Aug 1 Munamar.Anti.Ua .Aug 2 Due To-morrow Zacapa.Santiago .Aug 2 Can o pic.St Michaels.Aug 1 Due Friday Baltic.Queenstown . .. .Aug 1 F Pal asolano,.Genoa .Aug i Cristobal.Cristobal .Aug 2 Due Saturday Maurctanla.Southampton .... Aug ? OUTGOING STEAMSHIPS Sail To-day Mall Vessel Closes Sails Santa Elisa, Callao_ 7 :00 AM 11 :00 A F. J. Luckeubach, Hotter?! nm . 9:00 AM 1:00 1" Mar Mediterr?neo, Hamburg .10:00 AM 2:00 P Philadelphia, San Juan 9:30 AM 1:00P Ama, Buenos Ayres.. 12:00 M 3:30 P Numaha, Calcutta.- 12:00 M D&mbardior, Rouen....- 12:00 M Lake Flatonla, Copen? hagen .- 2:00 p Evblyn, Lisbon.- 12:00M AnnistDn, Bilbao.- 12:00 M S. Frankel. London...- 12:00 M Burmr, Trieste.- 12:00 M Amur Maru, Kobe.....- 12:00M Opequam, Santos.- 12:0OM Zaca, Buenos Ayres...- 12:00 M Lako Scfton, C. Town.- 12:00 M San Juan, San Juan...- 12:00 M Dock?t, Buenos Ayres.- 12:00 M Sail To-morrow Frederik- VIII, Copen? hagen r..11:00 AM 2:00 P Mexico, Havana. 8:30 AM 12:00 M Gen. W. C. Gorgas, Cristobal .12:00 M 4:00 T Bruyero, Buenos Ayres ? :00 AM 1:00 F L. Flattery, Santiago..- 12:00 5: Bosseggen, Bergen_??- 12:00 5 Sorland, Bergen.- 12:003 Snil Friday Lafayette, Havre. 8:30 AM 12:00 5 Bcrgensfjord, Bergen..10 :30 AM 2:00 1 Tennyson, Santos. 7:00 AM ll.oOA General 11 F Hodges, Hayti .12:00 M 4:00 I Newton, Rosario.?- 12:00 5 Snil Saturday Aqultanla, Southampton 8:00 AM 12:00 5 Olympic, Southampton. 1:00 PM 4:00 1 Rotterdam, Rotterdam 8:00 AM 12:00 5 Celtic, Liverpool. 8:00 AM 11:00 1 Finland, Antwerp. 8:00 A5I 11:00 V Gothland, Danzig. 9:00 AM 12:00 3 Urottningholm, Gol h enburg .10:30 am 2:00 1 Danto Alighieri, Genoa. : :.' :00 M J Lord Sefton, C. Town.. 8:00 AM 12:00? St Paul, Southampton. 8:00AM 11:00. Pannqnia, Naples. 9:00 A5I 12:00 J Ulua, Port Limon. 7:00 A M 1 1 . . Rosalind, St Johns. . . . 7:30 AM I 2 00 ! ?a mo. San Juan. 8:30 A5I 12:00 3 Essequibo, OaJlao. 9:00 AM 12 00 : Korona, St Thomas.. .12:00 M ;j,y;.> Ximan, ManchesteV...?- 12:00 1 Marengo, Hull.- 12:00 : Lopanto, Antwerp.- 12:00 ? Eastern Light, lior Volunteer, Rotterdam]- ; Stoel Engineer, Genoa.-12:00 : Trafalgar, .Manzanillo..??- 12:01 M un.u den, l'to l'a.Ire.-?-?- 12:00 J Munsomo, Matanzas...- 12 00 : Amur Maru, Kobe.-.- 2 0 1 Suruga, Manila.- 2 00 SI Patrick, Santos.-2 00 /..??si, Huenos Ayres....- 12 00 Sun Dance, Santos...- 12:00 Mitchell, Huenos Ayres- 12:00 Sagua, Kingston.-_ 12-00 Pulaski, Cartagena....- 12-00 AMERICAN PORTS BALTIMORE, Aug 24?Arrived: Strs Sosua (Nor), Tela: Hampstead (Br), Gibraltar via Norfolk: Point Adams, Ma ranzas; Buluchlstan (Br), Norfolk; Wm ?: Warden, Tuxpan; Pheonls, Port Lobos; Sil.ha (Nor), ISergen; Lake Ontario, Bos ton. Cleared: Kishacoqulllas, Guayanllla; Triumph, 1.on.Ion; Pacific Transport (Br), Rotterdam; James Otis, Liverpool; Chimo. Now Voris; Dayton, T.. mine.-. Sailed: sirs Agydile, Rotterdam: V'uto (Sp), Gothen? burg; Cambronne (Br>, St Nazalro; Evnnger (Nor), Norfolk , Marjam <,.N'..r>. Aalborg; Lake Elon, San Juan. Cap? Henry, Va, Aug 24?Passed isi for l . Il more; Sir Feltoro, Daiquiri. l'as-. from Baltimore: Strs Nelson, Tampico i Alles. Glasgow; Tatjana (Non, Lugen, Mar do Irlanda (Sp), Hamburg. BOSTON, Aug 24?Arrived: S*s Rhod? Island (Br), Glasgow; Everett, Norfolk Mal.loir, Norfolk; Paysandu ?t?a?. Bueno? Ayres and Montevideo; Alvada, ?uevitas y? I led: Strs Lake Elsmere, Charleston am Jacksonville; Meteor. Newport News; Na eooehee. Savannah; Manchloneal (Nor), Nor folk j Baldhill, Port Lobos. CHARLESTON, S C, Aug 24?Arrived Sir Arapahoe, New fork, nn.i proceeded t, Jacksonville. Sailed: Strs Barbacem (Braz), Bordeaux; Christian Krohg (Nor) Newport News; Saxon, Havana. GALVESTON Tex, Aug 24?Arrived Strs J F Pcnrose, Tampico; Lako Pleasant. Savannah; Rochester, New York; Tames!, Tampico, Arrived: Strs Cornish Cltv (Br), Havre; Drachenfels (Br), Avonmouth; J M Cui?.-y, Tampico; Lako In.lian, Baltt :. - re, JACKSONVILLE, Aug 24?Arrived: Sir Hoosa, Matan/as. Sailed: Strs Tona, Brunswick; Bettlneau, Cienfuegos; How? ard. Baltimore via Savannah. MOBILE, Ala, .\uk 24?Arrived: Strs "Wiskah, Port Morgan; Elaqulla, Tampico; ?sehr Gertrude C Somerville, Havana, Sailed: Sehr Conreln, Port of Sp;>.in. .\H\v ORLEANS, Aug 24?Cleared: Stn Heluan (Br), London; Lake Prenchton Santiago and Cuban ports; Lake Singara Galveston; Lako Wlmico, Port Union vii Cartagena, Santa .Marta, Porto Colum-bit and l'oii Arthur; Lucilinc (Br), Havn and Rouen via Newport News; Lumim (Br), Havre and Rouen; Luttlan ti'.r) Havre and Rouen via Newport News; Nep tune, Prontera ?'is? Vera Cru:'.. NORFOLK, Am,' 24- Arrived: Strs Calls pell, Boston; Harrington Court ( Ur), S Nazalre; Hamilton, Havana; Lewiston Hallfax; Opelika, Shi.-his; Port Patruck [Nukjbbing; Reginolte (Mr). Messina Sailed: Strs Alda (Br), Hull; Brattinsbor I (Dan), Pu.nos Ayres; Baluchistan (Br] Baltimore; Ceralvo, Baltimore; Campan! (Hal), Napoll; Elmdijk (Dutch), Havana 1 .?:? iii-'ii (Br), Port Arthur; Lake Eliji Kingston; Orklld (Dan), Charleston; Rob! Gray, Rio do Janeiro; Statesman (Br Liverpool; Saguache, London: Smarag (Nor), Havana; Sort .ha lot ?Nor), Frene p. rti . Turbinia (Dutch), Rotterdam; Tan No. C2 (Br), Havana. NEWPORT NEWS, Aug 24?Arriv?e Sus Attualita (Nor), Norfolk; Bur (Nor Norfolk; Keyvlve dir). Halifax; Lownnr? < i'-- i, Porl land, Me; Lake Eentanset, Ip: wich; Thegerb (Nor), New i'ork; Texe kana, Norfolk; Willpole, Norfolk; Wi Faro, Norfolk. Sailed: -Sirs Attualit (Nor), Bah?a Blanca; Lake Fray, Us.It ? - : ? : Panagh \ agliane (Gk), Buom Ayres; Tsurugisan Alaru (Jap), Iquiquii \\ illpole, Baltimor? , Warkworth ( Br M : - : i J s PHILADELPHIA. Aug 2-1 ? Arrive, Strs Paulsboro, Texrys City; Cape Roi maino, Baltimore; Mar Caspio (Sp), di Ripe-genus, Searsport. Delaware Breal water, Del, Aug 24- -Arrived: Schrs Jaci W Ho. It, Philadelphia for Jacksonvill Aiberl II Willis, do tor Portland. Pass? us, for Philadelphia: Strs Shannonme? (Br), Queenstown; Republic, Cristobi I'll -- -1 oui from Philadelphia : Strs Kii hav.cn (Dt), Rotterdam; Lake Charli New Vori:. Ii--.lv Island. Del, Aug 24 1'. - . .-.I do-? is from Philadelphia: Sirs Co .i,. Hamburg via Baltimore and Rotte dam; Antii tarn, Por! Lobos; liurnsi. Ri uen : Romero ( Br), Christiania ; bc John Pierce, Manzanillo. Marcus Hoo l'a. Aug 24 ? Arrived: Strs Sabine Su Tampli o. Passed down from Philadi phia: Strs West Cherow, Glasgow; Tex (Dan), Baltimore. PORT ARTHUR, Tex, Aug 24?Arrive Str British Light (Br), .Mclhourne. Sail. Strs Cheyenne (Br), Beaumont for Sabl to finish cargo to Barrow, England; 1 rlgio, Antwerp. PENSACOLA, Fla, Aug 24?Sailed: ? Drammenseren (Nor), Sturvaal, Swede si hi- San!.. Rosa, Havana. PORT TAMPA, Fla, Aug 24?Sail? Lake Wilson, 51atanzas; Lake Traver I'!, ladolphia : 5Iiddleham Castle (B Ghent via Galveston; Bancroft, Charl ton; Calaveras, Boca Grande. PORT Eons, La, Aug 24?Arrived: S Brazos (U S tank ship), Newport N,-\ Danville, Cienfuegos: Ellis (Nor), Te Harald (Nor), Porl Barrios; Lake Cam larla, Caibarien, Cuba; Lake Elmshm Cuba; Managua (Nie), Bluefields; Stu holm (Swed), Vera Cruz; Suriname, P Pan ios; Texas, Mexii ... Sailed; Sirs L: Crania. Tampa; Mallmanger (Br), 11a and Rouen; Quimstan (lion), via p Cortez; Western t.'u.csi, Liverpool ? Avonmouth; William Isom, Tampico. PORTLAND. 5Ie, Aug 24 Arrived ? sailed: Sehr Henrietta Simmons, Si lngton, 51e, for New York. SAVANNAH, Aug 24 -Arrived: Strs L: Fibre, Iquique; .'-i rrimack, Phlladelpl Sailed: Strs City of Savannah, New Yo sehr Eleanor Taylor, Havana. TAMPA. Aug 21 Arrived: Auxili Mehr Pul.scon i lloiel i. Ruatan. Sailed: ? . ? ilia ? Br), Baltimore; Lake Fors Baltimore; Trinkladian, Tampico; sc \l A is.-Hiveau (Br), ciibari.-n; Harn T Beacham, Cienfuegos; Explicit (i < Jardi nas. FOREIGN PORTS Depart uros for New York Lisbon Ss Britannia, ?Jity of Alton. A rdrossan Ss l [eat hmore, Clyde Y. Ikala. Bahia Ss .L.stin. A n; w.-rp ?Ss S..ut hern. Shim, nos i.: s- Aklta Maru. ?Hu.-nos Ayros?S S Ale.na, Lafcomo. Havre -S S La Savoie. Arrivals from New York Macelo- Ss Sallust. s:, ntos Ss Byron. Glasgow- Ss V'itellia, Waubesa. i "n: Isl iansand Ss HelUg ? ?lav, Copenhagen Ss Alf. S' Nazaire Ss A U Morse. 1 .'...:;- Ss Hakodate 51aru. Bahla Ss Sallust. c ullz Ss Isla .1- l'anav. Manchester?Ss Ren\brant. il. Isingfors s s Spilsby. Callao S S Santa Ana. Panama Canal, Cristobal?S S Tsuyama Maru, Advance, Trewellard, Calamares. Hallfax s s :.dite, Guard Cutter Tixsrarora. Piraeus?-S s Patris. Si a vanger- s s s irsa Salonika- S s Tlger, Trieste S S Gundomar. Santandei s s \\ . ,t Point. Karatsu- s s Moorish Prince. Melbourne s s Aristota. Buenos Ayres-r-a s Hickman. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS The connecting mails clos? at the Gen ' ersil Postoffice und City Hall postofflce station. New Vork, at fi a. m., as follows: Japan, Corea, China, Siberia, Slam, French Indochina, Netherlands East Indies and Philippine Islands, via Seattle, steam? ship Arizona 5Isiru, Ausust 2f>. .'..pan, Corea, China, Siberia. Siam, French Indochina, Netherlands East Indies ami Philippine Islaifds, via Seattle, steam Bhip Manila Maru, September 2. Tahiti, Marquesas, Cook Islands, New Zealand and specially addressed mail for Australia, via San Francisco, steamship M irama, S? ptember s. Hawaii, Fiji islands, New Zealand and Australia, via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, steamship Niagara, September ??. UESOUTS NKW ENGLAND Toar New England This Fall MOTOR OVER WELL BUILT ROAD? WAYS. I1REATHE TONIC -MR. VIEW EVER CHANGING SCENES, SEE SIMMER'S OREEN TURN TO AC TIMN'S SCARLET AND GOL?. EN? JOY NEW ENGLAND AT ITS REST. AND AFTER THE DAY'? RON QI AIN'T WAYSIDE INNS, MODERN CITY HOTELS OK FAMOUS RESORTS AWAIT YOl . Send fur freo Illustrated Itonil Mnp In colors. 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Open All Your. MONTCLAIR. NEW JERSEY lDhAL COUNTRY HUME ontclair MONTCLAIR, N. .1. MOST DELIGIITFl'LLY SITUATES RESIDENTIAL HOTEL IN NEW YORK'S SUBURBS. OPEN THE ENTIRE TEAR. ?WNFIHSHIP MANAC,EMENT. FREDERICK C. HALL COMPANY. ATLANTIC CITY. JW, 4, Amliimmdnr Hotels In Atlantin City, New York, Santa Itarbara und Los Angeles. TRAVEL LAKE HOPATCONG, $1.80 EYERY SUNDAY Leave W. 2JJ?I St., 8:20; Liberty St., 8:4(1 A. M.: Jackson Ave, Jersey City, 8:?H A.M.: Broad St.. Newark, 8:13 A.M. MAUCH CHUNK, $2.40 EVERY SUNDAY Leave W. 23d St., n-.-'.O; Liberty St, 8:.'ll) A. M.: Jackson Ave., Jersev City, K:IS A.M.; Croad st.. Newark, 8:45 A.M. War tas v : ? l laylighc Time shov. n ?iron Stmmb?dt ?&. CONEY ISLAND Lve.W.120 St. I'ier I, N. R. ' Coney Island. !? :30 JJ :00 10 :15 3 :45]12:25 5 :45 in :40 4 :0011 1 :2a 4 :45 1 :25 7 :25 11:40 B Y'.v.v .m. r. : :.'? 2:25 s :25 A. M u :20 ID :25 7 :00| JJ : 15 !? :25 12:40 7 sJSn 1 :'J-". S :20| -1 : IJ, 10:30 2 :U0 S ?::.', 2 : I? 9:30 P. M. Lt. W. 120 SI. OsJtO A. M. Tier I, N. R. 10:15 A. M . Rocknway, 5:30 P. M. TELEPHONE WHITEHALL 1270 r,??a, Trips up the M$m to ? ??l &* fenf Str. "HIGHL^ER1 i??3^??0\J: " ?n fare 60c ?iMS^?. P Sat?. & Sum?.. B5c. Childros 55? UCS1C?REFRESHMENTS?DANCING. T?l?phona ?Jowlinu Green 7ti75. Eastern Steamship Lines, Inc. T? BOSTON METROPOLITAN LINE All the way by water via cape cod canal Steamer-, leave Tier 13, North River, ft. at Murray St. RHONE RARCLAV .51100 Doily at 5 P. M. (Daylight Time) tht: rrm.To be plea sed? COLONIAL LINE BOSTON? ?$4.67 PROVIDENCE g?*.*.. $3.24 ALL Ol T.SlDE STATEROOMS $1.08 to $4.30 i.'o!..i Price? include War Tax Boat ifjuirnrjj. North Hiver Moot Wust Houston bt.j, bai.? ? Sunday at 6:30 f. M., ?ayllgnt batuta lime. 'Phone Sprint; 8101. HUDSON HIVER NIGHT LINES Dally from Pier 31, N. R., at Deabrosse? St., week days, ?> P. -M. and 1 P. M.? Sundays and holidays, 6 P. Al. anil 'J P. M-; West 132nd at., half hour later (?lay licht saving time). Du? Albany b o'clocl? folio wine morning. Troy, 7:15k. A. M. ?>ircci rail ctmaectitiM u. ail spatntA TRAVEL Hudson River DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAY "WasliliiRl"'? Irving," "llendrlrk Hudson," "Robort I'lilton." "Albmijr." *'Di> Will Clinton" in Servie,- May, 1921. Direct Rail Connections All through rail ' licit?la b.'tween New York and Alb.iny at? ' cepted. Music, Restaurant, DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME NsrtlT Bound. l>e:ibro**es Ft.. Went. 4 2d St_ West 123th St.. lonicera. P.fur Mountain. ??West Point. .. ??Cornwall. Nowburgh. Poughkeepsle. . . Klmraton Point. Cataklll. Hudson. Albany. Through.' P'k'psls Sat. S'-rvIr? I Orvlro P|.?"lal A.M. I 8:40 9:00 d 9:20 ?J ?:50^s tl 2:20 ?! 11 :2f? a' 2:155 H .-30? 8 rf.O fi -j'ii I A. M i J? : 4 0 ?10:01 ih> ?10:20 ?*! ? 1 o so"0 ? t!2:30 b tl2:60p tl :20 Jl tt :4? ?> t2:30 el P.M. 1 -40 2 01) ? 2:J>0S 5:21? f- . 41 Z 7:30? *J:0?'/J tlt"turn Ptesimer saino day from point? mark?'d f. "Hx.-cpl Sunday. ?This land? ing made on Sunday? only If capacity per? mit?. Bear Mountain passengers aro ad? vised to return on 3:30 P. M. sicamor. Weal one-day outing?. Tib-phone C'nnnl 0300. Hudson T Rivej? ?tsbroMss St. Pie? New Turk -1?u and New England Points via FALL RIVER LINE Foui Splendid Steamers in Servie? Sailing Daily, including Sunday Orchestra Concerts Excellent Cuisine Cool, Comfortable Staterooms Schedule?Eastern Standard Time DayliRlit Saving Timo, Onu Hour Latei Fall Hirer Line, daily ai l'ier H, N. II. (Fulton St.), 4.J?0 p. in. Duo Boston, Routh Statiun, 7 25 a. in. New London (Norwich) Line, dally ex. Sunday, Pier 40, N. I!. (Houston St ), 4:30 p. m.. Pier 70. IJ. R. (22nd St.), 5 p. m. Bridgeport Line, dally except Siin dr.v, Tier 27. E. 11. (Catharine St.), 1 p. ra. Pier 7". K. I!. (22nd St.), 1 :lj p. m. New Bedford Line (New Bedford, C?pe Cod an.I Buzzard's Bay points. Martha's Vineyard an! Nantucket). I>eavo l'ier 40 N. lt. (Rouston St.) ex. Sunday, j 1'. J'-l. NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP CO. On Steamers Operated by tho Commissioners of the Palisades Interstate Park General Offices, 90 Wall St. Phone John 4320. DAII.V, INCH dim; si ndak Duylight SuviiiK Time. .Str. Clcrmont lvs. l'a-r U, i'enn. 11. R., Jersey ?'sty, ?Sol) u. m.; Pier A, Battery Park, North River, N. V., 0:00 a. in. Returning, leaves Bear .Mountain, 4:30 p. to. Str. Onteora l?a. Recreation Tier, \V. 123th St., N. y. C, 0:30 a. m. Returning, leave? Rear Mountain 5:30 p. m. Faro 60c. Round Tr?o Cat., Run. and Holidays ?5c. Children Under 12 Half Fare. Cafeteria Laid BENNETT-DUNNING Tours of Distinction AROUND THE WORLD SepU-mber 17?November 20 INDEPENDENT TRIPS National Park?Great Lakes Sas^ueiiay River SOUTH AMERICA December 1?February 23 Full itineraries and Information Bennett's Travel Bureau 500 Fifth Avenu?', New Vork, N. Y. Exceptional Tours To Japar?, China, Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania Small limited parties personally FRANK TOURIST CO.' (Established 1S75) 439 Fifth Ave., New York Telephone, Vanderbiii 7390 ?? ???.??.BBMM?B???1!\ SWEDISH AMERICAN LINE GOTHENBURG?SWEDEN Short Route to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, I'inlar.d, Russia. Germany, &c. S. S. DROTTNINGHOLM..Aug. 28 Oct. 7 S. S. STOCKHOLM.Sept. 16 Oct. 28 Superior accommodations, 1st, 2d and ;.l Classes. Passenger Office, 24 State St.. N. Y, L I COOK'S SERVICE COVERS THE WORLD THOS. COOK & SON 245 Broadway. 561 Fifth Avenu?. AonregiaHBiaerical??w / t?kr~ NORWAY <-- ,1?'"1\ SWEDEN?DENMARK ?TIN ENTAI, IJIKOI'i; ?Mod-i-n I win Screw Steamer? Ber?enrijord....Aug. 27, Oct. S Stavangerfjorrl Sept 17, Oct. 29 8-10 Bride a O ni ce, St.. N. Y. GRACE LI NF VPERU ? CHILE Jkmst Direct p?M?uittr serrlee from New York ri? Puisant fanal. esll.BS at C?Uao. Axle?, iQUMiu?., Autofa*?s:a anil YaJaparaiso. B*. Boats Ellas, Si. Sant* Lulas. Sa. S ants Ana, s?. Sansa Terfaa. Kortiiliibtly Saslinga. W. K. G HACK * CO., Agent. sHsnorar Square. N. Y.. or Locsl Aient. CENTRAL HUDSON LINE Newburgh, I'ouchkecptie, Kinchton and Cat.-l.ilt Mt?. I.V. Franklin St., 4 P. M.; Sat.. 1 and 2:30, P. M. All steamers leavs w. ? 129th St. Ralf hour later. Connection? at Newbureh for return to New York. TRAVEL TRAVEL A Restful Vacation SEA TRIPS Eight to twelve day outings, 1600 to 2000 miles on the water, including Daylight and Searchlight trip on the beautiful St. Johns. From New York Every Wednesday and Saturday To Jacksonville, Fla. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Wide choice of accommodations, including bedrooms with private bath. All rates include meals ar.d berth, and depend upon room selected. Automobiles carried. Information, schedules, reservations, tickets, etc. Uptown Ticket Office, 489 Fifth Ave., at 42nd Street, opposite Fub?c Library PIER 36NORTH RIVER,NEW YORK liLT^Z? t0 su I DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICE NEW YORK to WEST COAST PORTS Via PANAMA CANAL. Calling at CALLAO, MOI.I.JJNDO, ARICA, IQl IQL'E, ANTOFAGASTA, VALPARAISO. C? ?E 99 AUG, "EBRO" SEPT. 25 and .Monthly Sailings Thereafter. The Largest Steamers in the Trade. THE PACIFIC STEAM LEGATION CO. SANDERSON' & SON. General lgrnis 20 Broadway, New York rhonc liroad T*5 or s.ny Steamship Ticket Agent. PAS^NGhK ANO FREIGHT SERVICES AQUITANIA .NEW YORK TO CHERBOURG =nd SOUTHAMPTON.AUG. 28 Pannonia .New York " Naples, Dubrcvr.ik and Trieste.Aug. 29 Filabna .New York " : tiras, Dubiovnik and ineste.Sept. i' Mauretania.New York " Cherbourg ar.d Southampton.Sept. 1 Inperaior .New York " ( lierbourg and Soulhamplon.Sept 9 K. A. Victoria.New York " Liverpool .Sept. 'I Columbia .New York " Londonderry and Glasgow.Sept. II Vauban ..\,u- York " Liver] c .Sept. 14 '?alia.New York " Pairas, Dubrovnik and Trieste.Sept..13 Caronia .NiW York " Piymoulh and Cherbourg.Sept. 18 Aquilania .New York " Qhrrbourg and Southampton.Sept. 21 Accommodations now Rvallnb!? for all ??<.!? '. .. . - :.-.;;??. lur later euiliug- apply tu 21-24 STATE STREET. NEW YORK. INTERNATIONAL MERCANTILE MARINE CoHP?NV AMERICAN LINE WHITE STAR LINE Philadelphia II A.M. Sept. 4 Oct. 2 Oct. 30 Olympic .. .4 P.M. Aug. 28 Sept. 16 Oct. 9 New York. 11 A.M. Sept. 18 Oct. It? Nov. 13 Adriatic .. I i A.M. Sept. 15 Oct. 16 Nov. 20 NEW YORK??1AMIURG Manchuria.Sept. 1 1 Oct. 23 Dec. 4 KBW ?ORK?LIVERPOOL . Mongolia .Sept. 23 Nov. 6 Dec. 18 Celtic .II A.M. Aug.28 Oct. 2 Nov. 6 RED STAR LINE - 3 N. V.?SOUTIIAM I'TO V?AN TW ERP Finland .I! A.M. Aug. 28 Oct. 2 ZcrUnd .HAM. Sept. 4 0ct 9 NEW YORK?AZORE-GIBRALTAR Kioonland.II A.M. Sept. 18 Oct. 23 NAPI.E:?GKXOA Lapiand.II A. M. S-T>t. 25 - Canopic.3 P.M.Aug $1 \ Ci ti 5P.MSept.ll OFFICES, 9 BROADWAY, MEW YORK Piers 58, 59 CO, 61 62 Horll ill* 'Mobile ..I! A.M. Sept.25 ^(Formerly Cleveland.) >S9niHHi?w*'l^wp"Ti*"""^rf " ?????? i n ?i LARGEST BRITISH STEAMER Lonbon ^ Paris AUGUST MTH Magnificent Staterooms, Supere* public ?apartments . Turkish and Electric Baths. SwimMINQ - Pool, Gymkasium. Electric elevators. White Star Line 9 Broadway, NewYorjC il I IB I ill ? M I illMIll II IIHI nil Mil ?. ? COMPAGNIE G?lr?ALE TRANSATLANTIQUE ^ Post?l Strvi> NEW SUA?HAVRE LAFAYETTE I.A SAVOIE .Aug. >l. .Sept. j; :i, Oct. I, Oct. 5. S. FRANCE Fast Steamer de Luxe Sept. 8. Oct. 6. Nov. 3. ?.A TOURAIN'E...Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov 20 I.A LORRAINE... Sept. 17, Oct. 1 J. Nov ! : ROCHAAIBKAU...Scpt. 23, Oct. 28, Dec. 4 COMPANY'S OFFICE. 19 STATE ST.. N. ?. *?? TsVS?gut Rutea. ERICAN rtOKWAY, StftDLH, DENMARK Contioental Europa denk. VlH.Aug.26 United States. .Sept 2 Oscar II.Sept. 16 Heilig Olav. .Sept. ?0 etc.. 1 B'trajr. N. T. CANADIAN' PACIFIC RAILWAY Hotel??Trans-Continental All-Year Rout? F. 8. ?&?*&>?#> A, I'M, JUe*"*. U? ?Swat. .N. T. WARD LINE HAVANA \\1? POINTS IN * t'BA MEXICO ;. ? t we? il) H r. IM fp su .N. I Y r* t* VERA t RI / TAMPICO lu-fu,.ir iiilwsi <? Nasaau. I .:?-.. Hvw York and Cuba Mail S. F ; ol Wall Street. N m Yo RED "D" UNE p,esr,rU-t.r^^ For Porto Rico. Cur? ao C V'enee>l*j? jri Philadelphia...Aug. 25 Maracaliw . Sept. * Caraca*.Sept 8 Zulla , 2S?* BLISS, DAl.l.KTT & CO., Uen'l M?r? Phon? 10072 Hanover. 12 Wall 8??"