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British to Buy 35 Million Tons Of Coal in U. S. Contract Made With Eng? lish Concern Extend Over Five Years, \\ ith Annual .* Delivery of 7 Million Tons Deal May Be Renewed America Will Not Miss Fuel, Says the Chief of the Syn? dicate MakiiUi* Purchase J. Tl. Gardner, of London, managing ' ' director of the Colliery Investment Trust, Ltd., of Swansea, London and - Paris, yesterday confirmed earlier re? port: that the greatest American ex? port cor.l contract in the history of the United States?seven million tons an nualiy for live years?has been con? summated, and deliveries are to begin within the next thirty days. The announcement created intense ,-_ interest in New York coal circles, where for a time there was a tendency - to scout the report. "British coal for export to-day is down from 75,000,000 tons before the war to 21,000,000 in 1919, and possibly 16,000,000 in 1920," Mr. Gardiner told The Tribune yesterday at his ofllce, 191 Broadway. "France requires 47, * 000,000 tons annually, much of it from ' the British Isles. The deal here in America was the outcome of this pro . duction shortage in England and ? Wales and its cause has been strikes and labor troubles." Contract .May Be Renewed Mr. Gardner said that there remains ', a possibility of a renewal of the con ? tract at the expiration of live years. ' ' He refused to announce the names of American firms with whom the present deal is made or the contract price per -- ton. He announced, however, that his .-on, A. E. Gardner, and Marshall S, Stewart, both mining engineers, who arrived with him in the United States on August t;. are now inspecting bitu? minous mining properties which the British syndicate may buy outright at a later time. "The coal reserves of the United . States," Mr. Gardner asserted yester day, "aro three trillion two hundred billion tons. These reserves range in variety from twenty billion seven hun? dred million tons of anthracite und ?omi-anthracite down to almost a thou? sand million tons of lignite, the lowest grade of coal extant. "Assuming therefore that the United States requires 500,000,000 tons a vcar for herself there is American coal 'encugh to last C000 years. Surely America can afford to exchange coal for gold and not miss it. "The American production of coal has ranged from 726,000 tons in 1838 to an estimated figure or 544,203.000 tons in 1919, notwithstanding a two months' strike." h?^ declared in fur? ther pointing out the American ability ?o help furnish coal for Europe. Plans Made for Shipment The method of moving 7,000,000 tons of coal per year to the American sea? board and its transport across the water were matters being arranged by the syndicate which ho represents, Mr. Gardner said. Assuming that the contract, price for 35,000.000 tons of coal purchased by Mr. Gardner's syndicate was $5 per ton. the amount of British money paid into this country for the product alone, not considering freights, will amount to $175,000,000. The syndicate, it is understood, has already signed,contracts in England, France and Italy to deliver every ton of the great contract made here. In contrast to the shipping of the British contract, it was pointed out that the United States barely exported 9.000 tons of coal to Europe during 1919. During this year, however, the Norfolk <!c Western and the Chesapeake & Ohio railroads, principal carriers from the West Virginia fields, hauled about 24,000,000 tons each, or more than enough in one year from one field tri supply the entire seven-year British contract. _._?.-? Paris Electrifying Roads Work Interrupted by War Is Resumed PARIS, Aug. 2. ?Electrification of the Paris suburban railroad service, planned in 1910 and interrupted by the war. is becoming a fact on the state lines, and the program is expected to be completed in two years. Electric power stations have been erected at several points and wires have boon strung on a considerable piirt of the lines, but the electric loco? motives and-?other equipment are not ready. The nearby stations, at first, will be served by the electric trains, and the more distant poiiits by the present -team system. The electrification is counted upon to relieve the bad con? gestion on all suburban lines. INSTRUCTION Charles Waldo INSTITUTE Founded t>y Elijah W. Sells Accountancy offers today lo young men of character, ambition and ability an opportunity which extends to every phase of business, and governmental aetivity. Charles Waldo Haskins Institute spe? cialize^ in the training o? youiut men for this dignified profession. Junior and Senior preparatory sections for those not qualified for advanced work. School opens Sapt, 15th. Day and even? ing sessions. Forinformation or inter? view, address DR. FRANK A. FALL Executive Secretary Box f?, 37 W. 33th St., New York City THE SAVAGE SCHOOL FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION SOS Wen 09th St , New York City 26th Year OPENS Sept 17 The Largest School for Physical Education in N. Y. State. The demand for our graduates exceeds the supply. Thorough Course in Dancing Register at once Dr. WATSON L. SAVAGE, Pr?s. New York Tribune's School Department will gladly assist you in the selection of a suitable school for your girl or boy. Address: New York Tribune, G. C. Delmonico, 154 Nassau Street School for Boys A college preparatory mid junior day school, main? tained by Central ? M. C. A ; $2,000,000 iviulp meiit; :? gyms, 2 pools, lunch room Opon Sept. 22 For1 catalogue or personal Interview uddross Carle O. Warr?n, Headmaster, 55 Hanson Place, JLirook un. Tel. I'r? s S0U0. DWiGHT SCHOOL 2?*? rvu.-i.-e & Brents, West Point & Aunapoll?, 41st Tr. Makes a study of the individual student PALL ?KU.M BEGINS SEPT. 20. Register now for com rr*f<?i?-i ^etr secretarial course. OCOOUL. Central Branch Y.W.C.A ** ?10 1*1. Ave., at 53d ?t. MMRT?f ?SS?<&>'MAKBR'S SCHOOL 1<?K GIRLS, .14.-? West Knd Ave., JN. Y.? Elementary, academic, special and college ; preparatory. Individual instruction and thorough .supervision of work by the Priii 'mBl?A}'Ir0y .SCHOOL FOR GIRLS " 1'"1' ;,l..1."S Ves1 "5th Street O? ENS OCTOBER 5 S IS Si?" APA^ ?T8 fropttr4tory Mls-s MARTHA I UU.MPHRKY, ? M. \ Principals U. S. SECRETARIAL SCHOOL The*oiri?i i'"',1' Av??ue (46th St.) ?uccesHf.1 Vv Hd Pre-en>lnently tho most ?uccessrul. Write for catalog 10. KIM.M.UY ? 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Super? vision from 8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M, if desired. Afternoon Outing Closses, Illustrated Catalog on rcoue."* LOUIS D. RAY, Ph D., Headmaster TELEPHON!.; S C II U Y L B It 4836 SCHOOL INFORMATION FREE id consult wttb echo? Fr? e Infc irmal ion and of a!' private schools iss V s. Relative standing oin personal Inspection. AMERICAN SCHOOLS', ASSOC?ATION I 102 limes BUI (T., es Square, V Y. I'll?.ne liijnnt 8380 DAY AND EVENING DEPTS Now York 72 ParkAvcbet. 38-30 Sts. Brooklyn-Corner Franl? ?' sYr:. , \-r::n,M KLVltJl 1 +f Examinations. *we?sr Polrtf ^Annapolis Bend for Cst?lo? no? ?* B??M <? ^?o^'^fk FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 13 Modurn sf^iool GyrP.na Mihtary Drill and School' Boys 241-43 V?. 7Mh SI,,HuwYort. roanded 16JS Catalogue tSJrd year begins Sept *sth ?i-tlili?- PUk? W?rr .?,. IfmdmMirr ?SB 305 Washington St Brooklyn, New Yor!* Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept. 27ih Send tor G&'.oiegu? ONE MINUTE from both Brooklyn and Manhattan Borough Hall Subway Stations FORDHAM UNIVERSITY WOOLWORTH BLDG., NEW YORK. Afternoon Classes 4:15 to 6:15 Evening Classes 7:30 to 9:30 COURSES OPEN TO WOMEN. Term Begins Sept. 23. CASI-, SYSTEM. Write for Bulletin "T." LAW SCHOOL MOTHERS' HELPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS THREE TO TUN YEARS OLD An ?I! day school with luncheon and earrtatr?.? service. Suppers and care'dur? ing week ess Is. for liooklet. Address MR? GRACE T. LAPHAM 870 Riverside Drive CT1SVEN3 ! Sixth St., *OHOOL Hobok? n, N. .1. Special preparations for scientific In? stitution* Reopens September I3ih. Register Now. ST. PAUL'S. Term begins Sept. 23. 186 Stewart Ave., Garden Cliy, Long fsl: nd. Open for Inspec? tion 9 \* i. Phone lilt. Catalog Vl.iress WALTER R MARSH. Headmaster. MILLER SCHOOL T.?eilT>gf?n A ? B?ion?.ar.ii. fl n( Tiventj -tliiril Street. ToiiniT Bnvfl, 0 In II. Jf.U'KK.V/.IK .ft \ lOii SCHOOL .Mtiiuoiv Or.iuge Co., V V. Increased Rail Rates Go Into Effect To-day Commuters Living in New Jersey and Connecticut Rush to Buy Tickets Under the Old Schedule Roads Seek New Hearing Intrastate Fares Not Yet Affected- Through Order of Puhlic Service Board The new railroad rates become. effee-? tive at midnight nnd a new test of adaptability awaits this morning the commuter, who mastered so readily the intr'cacies cf a double standard of ti^ie. Only those whose homes are in New Jersey, or Connecticut, however, will be affected for the present, the Public Service Commission not yet i having approved the 20 per cent ad? vance in passenger rates for travel within the state. Many commuters living in New Jer? sey and Connecticut will be able to travel to and from their business at the old rates for some time to come a!so, as the passenger traffic committee of the City Assocaition of Trunk Line Railways cancelled yesterday morning instruc? tions under which most commutation tickets sold at the old rates would have been invalid for passage to-day and re? deemable for cash for only a few days. ^'ith the cancellation of this order a bargain day in commutation tickets was declared, and those who bought them yesterday will be able to travel at the old rates until the expiration of the time limit on the tickets. The committee gave no reason for cancel? ing its order, but it is thought that the policy of the Pennsylvania Rail? road in continuing to sell commutation tickets at the old rate had sometl?ing to do with it. The Pennsylvania Railroad sells commutation tickets good for a cer? tain period after the date of sale, while those of the Central Railroad of New Jersey, the Erie, the Lacka wanna and the West Shore are good only for the month in which they are seid. A passenger official of the Cen *? i Railroad of New Jersey said that this difference in system was the cause ?.: the Pennsylvania's policv. When the onler of the passenger traffic committee was canceled yes? terday the Central Railroad of New Jersey, the Erie, the Lackawanna and tin? West Shore, which had suspended the sale of their monthly tickets, placed them on sale again at the old rates until midnight. Mr. Shinn, the passenger traffic manager of the Erie, said that the tickets of that road bought yesterday at the o'd rates would bo good for pas? sage until January 1. The road would have adopted that policy in the first place, he said, but for the order of the passenger traffic committee. It was announced that the New York, New Haven ?fc Hartford Railroad would i cognize until September 1 all com? mutation tickets bought before mul night at the old rates. Commutation tickets bought at the old rates and good on their face for travel after Sep? tember 1 will be redeemed at their face value until September 1. Th Pennsylvania Railroad announced that it had taken the position it did with regard to commutation tickets to avoid "even the appearance of dis ecriminatoTy treatment." The Pennsyl? vania's sixty-trip monthly tickets, forty-trip monthly school tickets, ten trip tickets good for three months, fifty-trip tickets good for .six months, 160-trip tickets good for three months and 158-trip season tickets "will be ?rood until !,?; expiration of tin- time limit named on their face," according to the announcement of the railroad. The New York Central and other roads affected by the decision of the Public Service Commission are seeking to have a hearing in the matter of the rate increase similar to the hearing which state authorities in Illinois are to give th?; Illinois Centrsil Railroad September 8. An official of the New York Central expressed Confidence that the Interstate Commerce Com? mission would act. promptly to elimi? nate the confusion caused by State Commissions which have refused to authorize the increase in rates for intrastate travel. $143,549,019 School Budget for 1921 Adopted The Poard of Education adopted the 1921 school budget of $143,549,019.88 yesterday at an adjourned meeting. More than half of the sum is to be paid out in salaries. Salaries of officers and teachers will require $72,444,886.98 and the compensation of administrative and maintenance em? ployees $5,406,321!.29. The sum of $46,920,327.80 is to be de? voted to building, remodeling and en? larging school and other buildings and the purchase, of building sites. The building program for next year in? cludes the expenditure of $23,062,933 for day elementary schools and the ex? penditure of $2,025,000 for building sites for such schools. The expendi? tures for day high schools are to aggre? gate $11,500,000, and $535,000 is to be devoted to "she purchase of sites for such schools. A training school for teachers is to be built in the vicinity of Hamilton Place at a cost of $2,500,000, and an $800,000 school for the deaf is to be built at^Lexington Avenue and Twenty fourth Street on a site costing $187,000. It is planned also to spend $3,500,000 in putting up a new administration building on a $100,000 site at Lexing? ton Avenue and Fifty-second Street. The sum of $13,992,901.66 is appro? priated for incidental and contingent exptrses. Deductions to the extent of $9,8^7,652.16 are to be made from the sums paid for salaries, fees and inci? dentals on account of the state school funds. Shipping News THE TIDES High water Low water AM PM AM PM andy Hook...... 5:10 ?sit IHM U;?j overnor'i Island. 6: BB BilO ???? ??o* loll Onte. 8:00 8:06 2:08 2.21 Notf-Th?i above figures nre standard lino and not New York State time. ARRIVED YESTERDAY Vessel Port. Departure. lymplo.Southampton ....Aug 18 !abo Ortegal.Seville ?.?*?? .' 'UUman?c.Bueno? Ayros.Aug 11 HoBtlllua.Boston ..Aub ? West Creasy.New Orleans.Aug IT M ?mamar.Nu?, vitas .Aug ?0 Dakotaq.Olbra tar .Aug 16 .1 D Rockefeller.Tam?lico. - ? Tlppeoanoe.Tuxpan? .Aug 17 Apache.Charleston. Jefferson.Newport .News... ? Canoplo.tlenoa.... 7T-T7 Dakota.Alexandria .Aug 10 Sharon.Port Lottos.Aug 7 INCOMING STKAMSmrS Due To-day Choraba.New Orleans.Aug 20 Rosalind.St Johns.Aug -si Colon.Cristobal .Aug 19 ??ncaiia.Santiago .Aug 21 Canoplo.St Michaels.Aug 14 Duo To-morrow }ial tic.Quo?? nsto wn .Aug 1!) F Palasclano.Genua. .Aug 10 Cristobal.Cristobal .Aug -1 Pue Saturday Maurotanla.Southampton ... .Aug 22 l)u?> Sunday La Savoie.Havre .Aug 21 Toloa.Cristobal .Aug 2.2 QUTGOINO STEAMSHIPS Sail To-day Mail Vessel Closes Salla Fiederik. VIII, Copen nagen .11:00 AM 2:00 PM Mexico, Havana. 8:30 AM 12:00 M Qon, W. C. Qorgas, Cristobal .12:00 M 4:00 PM Bruy?re, Buenos Ayrcs 9;00AM 1:00PM L. Flattery, Santiago..- 12:00 M Bcsseggen, Borgen-? 1 2 :00 M Sftrland, Bergen.-' l-s00M Sail To-morrow Lafayette, Havre. 8:30AM 12:00M Bergensfjord, Bergen..10:30 AM .2:00 ?PM Tennyson, Santos. 7:00 AM 11:00 AM General H F Hodges, Hayti .12:00 M 4:00 P.M Newton. Rosarlo.-?? 12:00 M Sail Saturday Aquitanla. Southampton 8 :00 AM 12:00 M Olympic, Southampton. 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Rotterdam, Rotterdam 8:00 AM 12:00 M Celtic. Liverpool. X :00 AM 11:00 AM Finland, Antwerp. 8:00 AM 11:00 AM Gothland, Danzig. 9:00 AM 12:00 M Drottningholm. Goth? enburg .10:30 AM 2:00 PM Dante Alighieri, Genoa.l2:00 M 2:30 P.M Lord Sefton, C. Town.. 8:00 AM 12:00 M St Paul. Southampton. 8:00 AM 11:00 AM Pannonia, Naples. 9:00AM 12:00 M L'lua, Port Limon. 7:00 AM 11:00 AM Rosalind. St Johns_ 7:30 AM 1200 M Coaino, San Juan. 8:30 AM 12:00 M Essequibo, Callao. 9:00 AM 12:00 M Korona, St Thomas ... 12:00 M 3:30 PM Nlnian, Manchester...- 12:00 M Marengo, Hull.- 12:00 M Lepanlo, Antwerp.- 12:00 JM Eastern Light, Bor? deaux .- 12:00 M Volunteer, Rotterdam.- 12:00 M Steel Engineer, Genoa.- 12:00 M Burma, Flume.- 2:00 PM Trafalgar, Manzanillo..- 12:00 M Munarden, Pto Padre.- 12:00 M Munsomo, ??Matanzas. .. - 12:00 M Amur Hani, Kobe.- 2:00 PM Suruga, Manila.- 2:00 I'M SI Patrick, Sanios.- 2:00 PM Zaca, Buenos Ayros....- 12:0?) M Sun Dance, Santos.... - 12.00 M Mitchell, Buenos Ayros- 12:00 M Sagua, Kingston.- 12:00 M Pulaskl, Cartagena....- 12:00 M Sail Sunday Mason City, Belfast...--? 12:00 M AMERICAN PORTS BALTIMORE, Aug 25?Arrived: Stra Ceralvo, Norfolk; Feltore, Daiquiri; Good speed, Galveston; Aiken, Boston; Lake Fray, Newport News; Lithopolis, Port Tampa; Moldegaard, Port Tampa; Wlll pola, Norfolk; Lako Glrardcau, Bahia Cleared: Strs Ferngarth (Br), Rotterdam; Hlgho, Buenos Ayres; Ca?ala, Norfolk Baluchistan (Br). Rotterdam; SrgJ (Hal)' Trieste; Feltore, Daiquiri; Trehawke (Br/ Karachi. Bombay, Calcutta via Now port News; William ?; Warden, Port Lobos. Sailed: Strs Craigrownie, Portland M?-j Ontario (Kr), Havre; Tabora (Dutch), Rotterdam; Arundel, Norfolk; Chimo, New York: Lake Kyttle, Havana via Clenfuegos and Sanitago; Evanger (Nor), Norfolk; Fort Morgan (Nor), Port Maria and re turned; Comerant, Stockholm; lsfond (Nor), Christiania; Neuse, Glasgow. Capo Henry, Va, Aug 25?Passed out from Balti? more: Str Pacific Transport (Br), Rotttr dam. BOSTON, Aug 25?Arrived: Strs Inkula (Br), London; Venator (Nor), Newcastle via Halifax and St Johns; Melrose, Balti? more; G A Flagg, Iquique via Norfolk; Clacamas, Jacksonville. Sailed: Strs Everett, Hampton Roads; Maiden, Hamp? ton Roads. CHARLESTON, Auk 25?Arrived: Str O T Waring, Bayonne. Sailed: Str Lake V.'in throp, Fort Tampa; sehr Edward R Smith, Hs? vana. I'Hit NAN DI NA, Aug 25?Arrived, 24th: Sehr Charles D Standford, Havana. GALVESTON, Tex, Aug 25?Arrived: Strs Bourges (Fr), Cardiff; Ellia, New York; Gulfmall, Philadelphia; Lake Fran conia, Newcastle; Mosnico, Charleston; Nfeiices, Now York. Sailed: Strs Devon City (Br), Havre; El Capit?n, New York; Free-port Sulphur No 5, Philadelphia; Lake Washburn, Baltimore; S M Spauldlng, Tampico. JACKSONVILLE, Aup 2.".?-Arrive,I : Strs Arapahoe, New York; Ansen S Brooks, Neuvitas; Corning, Tampico; tu? Standard H, New York. Sailed: Strs Kisnop, Den? mark via Fernandina; Albert Soper, Nas? sau; ?'ity of Everett, in tow tug Standard II, New York. KEY WEST, Fla, Aug 25?Arrived: Str City of Alameda, Tampico. MOBILE, Ala, Aug 25?Arrived: Strs Calno, Androssan, Wales; Western Ocean, Pensacola. Sailed: Str Lako Lesang, Ha van;.. NEW ORLEANS, Aug 25?Cleared : !!?? rim (Br), New York; Creole, Now York; Fagernes (Hal), Genoa via Bareiona, iia vsiiia, Progresso, Puerto Mexico, Vera Cruz and Galveston; Lake Caldelerla, Mo? bile; Lake Gorin, Antllla and Cuban ports; Lake Larga, Tampa; Montoso, Porto Rico; Musician (Br), Liverpool; Parismina, Bocas ?1?1 Toro via Swan Island and Cristobal, Stolberg (Br), London. NEWPORT NEWS. Aug 25 ? Arrived: Quito (Br), Norfolk; Reginollte (Br), Ven? ice; Rooke (Br), Cardiff. Sailed: Bur (Nor), a port in Denmark; Ionia (Gk), Norfolk; Orient (Br), Norfolk; Quilo (Br), Norfolk; Rook?; (r), a port in Chill. NORFOLK, Va., Aug. 25?Arrived: Au? gust (Nor), Copenhagen: Brighton (Nor), Christiania; Coahoma County, Now Or? leans; Corson, Philadelphia; Hesporas (i!r), Rotterdam; Louis?: Neilsoll (Nor), New York; Manchioneal (Nor), Boston; Buyal Transport (Br), New Orleans; West Hamilton, New Orleans. Sailed: Dayton; Tampico; Demetrles Pendilis (Gk), Barce lon a;Jamea McGee, IVrt Lobos; J H Devereaux, Boston; Lake Gretna, Stock? holm; Ruth, Sears, Me; Recio (Br), New Orleans; Stillehavet (Ban), Tampa; West Zucker, London; Whateley Hall (Br), Gi? braltar. PORT ARTHUR, Tex, Aug 25?Arrived: strs Splendor (It), Savonia; War Begum (Br), Lisbon; Fernleaf (Br), Plymouth. Sailed: Sirs War Sikh (Br), Swedish ports via St Catherine; W M Irish, Philadelphia; War Pundit (Br), Maddalena, Italy; Gulf stream, Texas City; Gultland, Uorth of Ha tt eras. PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 26?Arrived: Baependy (Braz), Fowey; Shannonmede (Br), Liverpool; Roman Prince (Br), New York; Stanley Dollar, New York; Republic, Antofogasta; Lake Belnona, Manzanillo; D?roche, Texas City; Virginia, Port Ar? thur. Delaware Breakwater, Del., Aug. 25 s?Arrived: Burnside, Philadelphia for Rouen; sehr John Pierce, Philadelphia for Manzanillo. Pasited up f'?r Philadelphia: llavorford (Br), Liverpool; probably Hon? duras (Nor), Jamaica. I'ii.nso.1 out from Philadelphia: Corson, Hnmbiirg via. Hal tlmore and Rotterdam: Slnslnawa, Piraeus, etc; Romera (Br), Christiania; Ausable, Clenfuogoa; Texas (Man). Baltimore; t.Iu norlo, Baltimore; Oregonlan, Rotterdam; AV.'Ht Cherow, Glasgow; uchr Edward R Biilnl )r, Havana. Sailed: Sehr Jacob W Hook (from Philadelphia), Jacksonville. Reedy Island, Del., Aug. 26?Passed down from Philadelphia; Nervier (Bol), Antwerp via Rotterdam; Parksvllle, Rl?> de Janeiro ami Santos; Mang?n:, Norfolk j Honnodaga, Rotterda mvla New York; Alkald (Nor), Helslngfors; Santa, Cecilia, Clvlta Veochla. PORTLAND. Mo., Aug. 26?-Arrived: Lake Lemando, Norfolll. Sailed: Free? man. Norfolk; Union Liberty, Baltimore. PORT TAMPA. Auk 26?Arrived: Strs Mascotte, Havana via Key West; Alava (Sp), M use I Harbor: Guernica (Sp), Spo zla. Snlled: Sirs Winifred, Port Arthur; Lake Freeborn, Baltimore; Cornucopia, Baltimore. PORT EADS, La, Aug 26?-Arrived: Strs Chancellor (Br), Liverpool; Elmar, New York; Fueloll. Tampico; George G Henry, Tampico; Good Such (Nor). Cuba; Hlbueraa (Hond). Bluefleldy; Holden Evans, Tam? pico; Imp??nitor (Nor), Tola; Silo (Br). Europe; Wallklll, Palermo. Sailed: Strs .Avondale, Tampico; Eastern Moon, Hull, England; Bllonia (It), Italy vIsl Gibraltar; Indnro (Br), London via Hull; Lako Sin Kara, Galveston; Llangollen (Br), Man? chester via Newport News; Luininla (Br), Havre and Rouen; Neptune, Frontera via Vera Cruz; Tremeadow (Br). Antwerp. SAVANNAH, Aug. 25?Arrived: city of Rome, Boston; Howard, Jacksonville, ami sailed for Baltimore Sailed: Rio Grande (Nor), Trondhjem; Gulf Trade, Tampico; City of Augusta, Boston; Merrlmack, Jack? sonville; Mar Terrino (Sp), Bremen. SAND KEY, Aug. 25?Passed, west? bound, 25ths Lake Winlcoskl, Hermlon (Br), Begstad (Nor), British Admiral (Br); El Cid, Adri?tico (It). Momus, Ha good, Furia (Sp), Norman Bridge, W S Rheem, Mount Evans. SAN RANCISCO, Aug 25?Arrived: Ha warden, New York: Wilhelmina, Honolulu. Sailed: Eastern Export's. Hongkong; Maul, Honolulu. TAMPA, Aug 25?Arrived: Sehr Florence Harvey, from sea, put back for repairs; Lake Drama, Now Orleans; tub sehr Jubi? lo??, Matanzas. Sailed: Chestnut Hill, Texas City; sehr Corinthla, Cardenas. FOREIGN PORTS Departures for New York Buenos Ayres?S s Wlnona, Vauban. Messina?S S Bosanaka. Trieste?S S America, ?iolvldere. Callan?S S Grangepark. Gibraltar- -S S .lohn Roach, Edellyn. Rotterdam?S S Herakles. Hamburg -S S K? rlew. Valparaiso- S S Santa Teresa. ? London?S S Norman Star. Aden?S S Egypt Ms?ru. Liverpool?S s Doerlleld. Calcutta- S S City of Canton. Kob??S S Muroan Maru. Shlmlnoski?S S Birmingham City. Arrivals From New York Montevideo?S S Starlite, Taurus. Copenhagen?S S Hellig Olav. Barcelona?s s Chetopa. Rio Janeiro?S S Stephen. Gothenburg?-S S Alkamoor, Nordlo. Manila? S s Mongolian Prince. Kobe- -S s Cape Mas . Tottori Maru. Southampton- -S S Kroonland. Naples- s js Parla. Hong Kong?S S Nile, West Campgaw. Callao -S S Hermanos Panama ?''ana!. Cristobal ? S S Water bury, Mine?la, Muncaster Castle, Luceric, Liberty. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS The connecting malls close at the Gen? eral PostOffice sind City Hall postoffice station, New York, as ?', a. m., as follows: Japan, Corea, China, Siberia, Slam, French Indochina, Netherlands East Indies nod <??'?? hir ? I ?'-..? ? vi ? S? attle, steam? ship Manila Maru, September 2. Tahiti, Marquesas, Cook i lands, New '/..m . sp .... addressed mail for Australia, via jan Francisco, steamship Mamma. September 8. German Bureau Ousts Count For Criticizing His Chief BERLIN, Aug. ?,.-.Count Munster, who was first equerry to the former King of Saxony and since has held an important position in the Republican Ministry for Agriculture, has been summarily dismissed. The explanation given on behalf of the government for his dismissal is that the count had said in public that Herr Schwarz, his chief, the present Minister for Agriculture, formerly ,-i metal turner, "didn't know anything about agriculture," only in less re? spectful terms. RESORTS NEW ENGLAND PLAN \ THOUSAND MILKS THROUGH NEW ENGLAND'S SCENIC WONDERLAND, AMID MOUNTAINS, LAKES ANO SUA (OAST OF INCOM? PARABLE BIJA! TV, WHEN THE Id REST (LAD HILLS HAVE TAKEN ON THEIR ItRII.LIANT FOLIAGE IX SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER. Cd? H> ROADS, FIRST CLASS II? ?TELS AND EXCELLENT GOLF LINKS AT EVERY POINT. Illustrated Kouto Bool? or I.iir.?r Map In Colors Free at 1LS0 Broudwuy, or by mail from ALMON C. JUDD Hotel Elton, Waterbury, Conn. NEW YORK STATE ADIRO^DACKS GRAND VIEW HOTEL LAKE PLACID, N. Y. All conveniences: lines?, electrical equip? ment; running water; private bathrooms; elevator; orchestra; dancing. All outdoor Adirondack diversions Apply M. 15. MARSHALL, Mgr., Luke Placid, N. V. FOR A REAL AND IDEAL A I T l M X ?OLID A Y 'Hits OfiTTB ADIRONDACK MOI NTAINS ALL OUTDOOR LIFE ENJOYMENT. PAUL SMITH'S. N. V. M. F. Whelan, M^r. BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N. Y. Open Till After Thanksgiving. MT. ARLINGTON. N. J. ia.tiI-iA.Ke Hopa?conq ian^/XLAMACm-tfo'-Mountains ?^'?.Mt. Ar ling ton, N.J. -*cjfo Purp/e://f s?/es.Wooc/s fi? r~ ^ ^ crt?r/7/ w/?fy Co ?or." ???g Golf. Fishing.Music. ? - Entertainment.Bathinq. p Kates greatly reduced after Sept.7tt? . MACK LATZ COMPANY_ SPUING LAKE, N. J. Spring Lake, N. J. On the Ocean. A Hotel of Distinctive Charm Every room with Ocean view. W. B. STUBBS. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. n Ai (aniic C \iy if s i he /^/c/rn? on t?/>*?J3oa/-o'n.a/A MACK LAT2CO., I lWORLi (YMORE.AUANTiccnr WORLD'S GREATEST HOTEL SUCCESS KOONTON, N. J. PODDING STONE INN Successful Week Ends. Open all year. Folder. (J. N. VINCENT. Boonton, N. J. CONNECTICUT An Ideal Home for Summer and Autumn EDGEWOOD INN GBEri0^-";i!' FREDERIC A. PRINCE. Managing Owner. Telephone Greenwich l7?o Ross, Capi. N., Dental C, to Fort Sam Houston. Bell, ,M:iJ. W. H., U. 8. A., retired, to Fort Sana l.iouHton. Navy Orders from The Trihuito'n Washington Bureau WASHINGTON, Aug. 25.?Navy or? ders issued to-day follow: Brown; Lt. Cmdr. S. H., to Boston. Downes, Lt. Cmdr. <J>. L, to Annapolis. Edwards, A. P. Clk. Jr., to V. 8. B. Mon? terey. Flynn, Lt. .T. A , to Philadelphia. Hock, Carp. A. .1. L, to Receiving Ship New Landers, Lt. (.L a ) X E. to U. S, S. Will? is! m Jones. Mack, Lt. F. A., to Charleston. McEl I ? j f r. I.Y Cmdr. D. A., to Annapollji. Nearlng, Carp, E. J., to Portsmouth. Rosendahl, Lt. Cnidr. ?--. E., to u. S. 8. Brooklyn. "" Timberlake, Lt. Cmdr. J. B , to Annapolis. Veatch, Ens. J. D., to U. S. 8. Paul Uamll it.ti. Wood, Lt. Cmdr. V., to Annapolis. TRAVEL and New England Points via FALL RIVER LINE Foui Splendid Steamers in Servie? Sa?lin?? Daily, including Sunday rchesfra Concerts Excellent Cuisine Cool, Comfortable Staterooms SchoduI?;? Eastern Standard Time Daylight Sailing Time. One Heur Later Un?t Hiver Line, rl.i'ly as Pier 11, NY It. (Pulton St), 4:30 p. m. Due Boston. South Station, 7 :25 ?. in. New London (Norwich) L1n?\ dally ex. Sunday, Pier ?10, N. It. (Houston St.). 4:30 p. in.. Pier 70. E. It (22nd St.), .'? I? m. Bridgeport Line, dally except Sun slay, Pier 27. u. K. (Catharine St.), 1 p. m. I Pier 7-. IJ i(. (22nd St ). 1:15 p. m New Bedford I.Jne (New Bedford. Cap? Cod and Buzzard's Hay points, .Martha's Vineyard and Kaiituokot). Loavo l'mr -to N It. (Houston St.) ci. Sunday, 5 I' SI. NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP CO. HUDSON RIYF.R NIGHT LINES Oaiiy bailing? t rom Pier ?i, N. A. (at UckhrOBoe? ><t.) ivecli day?, ? P. M. und ? P. H. Sundays ?ml holiday?, (> P. M. and 0 P. M. Went I32d St., half hour lattr. (Dayl'Sht savins; time.) Due Albany ?J o'cio?:k following morning. Trov, 7:15 A. M. Direct i ail connection? at Albany to all points North. East m.l West K*pr*?i Frelcht Service. Auto? Carried HUDSON HAv??ATfQNGOMiPANY Phon? Canal ?06?. On Stcumers Operated by the Comciissioners of the Palisades Interstate Park General Offices, DO Wail .St. Phono John 4326. DAILY, INCLUDING J>1 NDAY Daylight Saving Time. Str. Cleriuutii Ivs. Pier Is, Penn. R. P... Jersey City, NsJJU a. in.; Pier A, Battery Park, North River, N. v., U:tiO a. m. Returning, leaves Bear Mountain, 4:30 p. m. Str. Onteora lvs. Recreation Pi?--r, W. 12 it h St , N Y. C, !):30 a. in. Returning-, lesivos Bear Mountain 5:30 p. in. Far?e 60c. Round Trip fit., Sun. and Holiday?? S5c. Ckildren Under 12 Mull art. Cafeteria Laaci Pllll Compagnie G?n?rale Transatlantique r?J Express Postal Service NEW YUM?HAVRE LAFAYETTE ..Aus,-. 27. SeDt. 24, Oct. 23 LA SAVOIE ...Sept. 3, Oct. 1, Oct. 30 S, S. FRANCE Fast Steamer de Luxe Sept. 8. Oct. 6. Nov. 3. LA TOI7RAINE...Sept. 14. Oct. 12. Nov. 20 I \ LORRAINE... Sept. 17. Oct 15 Nov. 1 J! ROCHAMBEAU. . Sei t. 23, ' let 28, Dec. 4 COMPANY'S OFFICE. 19 STATE BT..X. ?, ATLANTIC HIOHl.ANDS-HIOHt.AND5 LONG BRANCH - ASSURY PARK OCEJAN GROVE - POINT PLEASANT ? .- '-??? 3 ?0 A. M . 12:30, ? ? ? P. M. Sundays, I) .Ou. 10:< 1 . 1 :00, 4 :00 P. M " -v v., foot Cedar St.. we? : '? :' >"? ?0:15 A. M., 1:00, 4:1 vsl'S I'. M. Sundus . 0 A. M.. 1:30. ??' --. -?:? GOMEY ISLAND I,ve.H'.120 St. I Pier I, N. K. ' Coney Island. !) :3? :: :00 10:15 3 :45|12:2? r>:4". 10:40 ?: :00 il :25 4 :45 1 :25 7:2". ROCK?WAY* BEACH Lv. \V, 12!? St. 9:Ji() A. M. Pier 1, N. K. 10:15 A. M., Itockmvay. 5:30 P. M. TELEPHONE WHITEHALL 127? Three Trips Daily &?i"0 Lvs. Battery Pier *9:30 a.m., 1:30 & 8 p.m. DANCING CONTEST ???veb cep Monday Evening, Aug. 30. MUSIC, DAXt'IN'G, REFRESHMENTS (*3 30 Trip p',,.- UAr Uach Way Omitted Mona.) * *11 e *>?->s_ (Ilu. Waj Tis) Telephones Broad 7380-6034 Worcester, S4.92. Providence direct. $3.24 .STATEROOMS, ?1.02, ^2.4:1, $3,24. Daily, Including Sunday; 5:30 P. M. (Day .? lit Sa ving Time. ) From Pier 19, E R. Phone 2700 Boekman. TU'kets ?it Pier or Consolid?t?'?! OHices. VIA PANAMA GRACE CH|IP CANAL ^iF* lineN S. S Santa Elisa, S. S Santa Teresa. S. y. Santa Ana. S S. Santa Luisa. Calling :?t ("alla??, Arica, Iqulaue, Anta fi.i?ia ai-..! Valparaiso. Portalehtly JSr.'.ilnjt, XV. R. GRACE A CO., Aeentw, Hanover Sq., Ni??v York, or l/oi-al Age'nt. BALTIC S. S. CORPORATION EXPRESS MAIE STEAMERS N EU XX) R K?A NTU ER P?DA NJZIU 1st and Jlrd (lass S. S, New Rochelle Sept. Further Information WOOLWOKTH BUILDING, IJtrd FLOOR Pilone, Barclay 32UU-?41U CENTRAL HUDSON LINE Newburgh, Pouglikeepkie, Kingston and Catskilt Mis. Lv. i-ranklin 61.. 4 P, M. ; Sat., 1 and 2:30 P. M. au steamera leave >V. I?9th Jst. haif hour later. Connection? at Newburch fur return to New York. RED ?D? LINE ll%:X%^m^' ' For Porto Rn-o, Curacao & Venezuela Maracalbo. . .Sept llCaracaa .Sept. S, Zulia.Sept. l&|Philadelphia .Sept. 22 BLISS, i ?Al.I.ET !' & CO., C'n'l MKra. Phono 10"7J; Hanover_ B2 Wall J?tr??t FOR HIGHLAND?. OCEANIC aud RED BANK Daily. Leave* S J',0 a. m., 3:45 p. m. . Basi(?r>. S:55 a. :ss.. 3:15 p. m. SO'S., Lv. /ranklln St.. 3.30. 8:25; Battery. 835. 8:45 A. M. I Lost? Found! ? You, the Tribune reader?did you ever think of the hundreds of valuables that are lost and found every day in this great city of ours? If you are of those who unfortunately lost some? thing, did you ever think that it may be a Tribune reader who was the lucky finder? This Tribune reader is-looking for your adver? tisement in The Tribune's Lost & Found Col? umns or has inserted one to locate you. Lost & Found advertisements can be tele? phoned to The Tribune, Beekman 3000, or taken to any of The Tribune's Want Ad. agents?Over 500 in Greater New York. TRAVEL TRAVEL "Washington Irring" "Hendrick Hudson" "Robert Fulton" "Albany" "De Witt Clinton" in Service May, 1921 Go by Day Line The Ideal Route Between New York and Albany Calling at Yonkers, Bear Mountain, West Point, Newburgh, Poughkecpsie, Kingston Point, Catskill and Hudson Magnificent river scenery, large, beautifully equipped steamers, devoted exclusively to passenger service. Music. Restaurant. Direct Rail Connections to all points in the Catskills, Saratoga, the Adiron dacks, the West and North. All through rail tickets between New York and Albany accepted. Daylight Saving Time DAT LINE STEAMERS leave daily, lncludinir Sunday. D?sbrog??g St ?-<? A. M. ; Went 42d St.. 9:00 A. M.J West 120th St.. 9:20 A. M ; Tonke.-a,' J:5?J A. M., 1an?llng at tNewburgh, t Poughkc-epsie. Kingston Point. Catskill. Hudson and Albany. Also Pteamer leave* daily, Including: Sunday. D^sbroMen St.. V40 A M W. 42d St.. 10 A. M.; W. 120th St., 10:20 A. M. ; Yonkers, 10:50 A. >L, for Bear Mountain (West P"int and Cornwall except Sundays). Newburgh, P??jguk<etj?i? and return to West 42d St. Also on Saturday afternoons steamer I??av?s Deabrosses St., 140 P v West 42d St., 2 P. M. ; West 129th St.. 2:20 P. M. ; Yonkers, 2:50 P. M t'0'T Cornwall, Newburgh, Poui?hkeepsie, Kingston 1'oint and Catskill. ? Return steamer same day from points marked t. IDEAL ON'E-DA? OUTINGS. i Hudson River Day Line Desbrosses St. Pier Telephone 0300 Canal New York DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICES FROM NEW YORK to West Coast Ports ?.',-, Panama Canal Calling at Coila??, Moliendo, Arica, lqu??iue, Antofagusta, Valparaiso. by "EBR0" ?nd "ESSEQUIBO" Thr Largest Steamers in the Trade AUG. 28 SEPT. 25 OCT. 23. FROM CRISTOBAL WEST COAST PORTS South and Central America Kejcular Sailings ROYAL MAIL The Royal MiU steam Packot Co. FROM HAVANA to West Coast Porti via Panama C unoi by ORTEGA.SEPT. 13 FROM ENGLAND BRAZIL and ARGENTINE Regular Sailings I.arge Mail Steamers PACIFIC LINE Tbe Pacific Steam Navigation Co. NELSON LINE U. * W. NKLSON, Ltd. EROMfNIilANDIIY tjUNIONCASIUUNE The luion-( astle Mall Steamship f ompany. Ltd. O *RTT>rt>CAV S> C<<f>*.T ('KNKt! AL AGENTS. 2R Drr>adw?y. N Y . SANDERSON & SON. phone broad ?ao. ' or Any Steamship TscUet A ??ans. iMTERNATiONAL MERCANTILE MARINE COMPANf Af?ERICAIl Lint ! WHITE STAR LINE y. y.?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON St. Paul ..!! A.M. Aug. 28 Sept. 25 Oct. 23 Philadelphia. 1 I A.M. Sept. 4 Oct. 2 Oct. 30 N'ewYork. 11A.M. Sept. 18 Oct. 16 Nov. 13 NEW YORK?HAMBURG Manchuria .Sept. 1 1 Oct. 23 Dec. 4 Mongolia.Sept. 23 Nov. 6 Dec. 18 RED STAR LINE y. ST.?SOUTHAMPTON?ANTWERP Finland . 1 I A. M. Aug. 28 Oct. 2 Nov. ? Zceland ..11A.M. Sept. 4 Oct. 9 Nov.l 3 Kroonland II A.M. Sept. 18 Oct. 23 Nov.27 Lapland . . 1 1 A. M. Sept. 25 -? Jffices, 9 Broadway, New York. P N. JV.?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON Olympic ... .4 P.M. Aug. 28 Sept. 18 Oct. 9 Adriatic ..II A.M. Sept. 15 Oct. 20 Nov. 17 NEW YORK? LIVERPOOL Celtic .II A.M. Aug. 28 Oct. 2 Nov. 6 Baltic .II A.M. Sept. 4 Oct. 9 Nov 20 * Mobile .II A.M. Sept. 28 *(Pormerly Cleveland.) NEW YORK?AZORES?(.II5KALTAB XAPEES?GENOA Canopic. . 3 P.M. Aug. 3 I Cretic . .. .Sept. 16 WHITE STAR?Dominion MONTREALr-Ql KlilJC? LIVERPOOL Megantic .Sept. 18 Oct. 16 Nov.13 ! Canada . . .Sept. 25 Oct. JO -? ers 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, North RtTtt. ?Mii?iE^i^^H'?fi PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICES AQUITANIA .NEW YORK TO CHERBOURG and SOUTHAMPTON.AUG. 2S Pannonia .New York " Naples, Dubrcvnik and Trieste.Aug. ?? C.ilabria .New York " Patras, Dubrovnik and Trieste.Sep'- .' Hauretania.New York " Cherbourg and Southampton.S?p*- ?j Imperator .New York " Cherbourg and Southampton.Sept. " L'aiumbia .New York " Londonderry and Glasgow.Sept. H K. A. Victoria.New York " Liverpool .Sept. 14 Vauban .New York " Liverpool .Sept. H Italia.New York " Patras, Dubrovnik and Trieste.Sept. 15 Ctronia .New York " Plymouth and Cherbourg.Sepl. I? Aquitania .New York " Cherbourg and Southampton.Sept. 21 Accommodations r?.w available for s?!! ?team? is asij silllnr^ l-'or later KailiUKH apply t?> 21-24 STATE STREET NEW Y0R1L ?. S. MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, inc. Passenger and Freight Services, New York?Queenstown? French and English Ports?Bremen?Danzig. Next Sailing, S. S. "Susquehanna." September 22nd, from New York to Bremen and Danzig direct. Passenger Dept., 45 Broadway, N. Y. Telephone Whitehall 1200. Freight Dept., 120 Broadway, N. Y. Telephone Rector 6300. Eastern Steamship Lines, Inc. to BOSTON METROPOLITAN LINE All the way by water via CAPE COD CANAL Steamers leave Pier 18. North River, ft. of Murray St. I'HIlNK BARCLAY 5000. Daily at 5 P. M. (lJayliurlit Time) :,?M Trips up the Hudsw to Sfr. 'HIGHLANDER" ^^l^/ RoundTrioFar8 60c ?s??s^? ? IVUIIM ? I If* gat> ^ Sun> g5c Ch?,dr? jj, MUSIC?REFRESHMENTS?I? A NCI NU. Telephone. Bowling Oreen 7671. T?TE rrB?.IC BB PI.JEASU?T COLONIAL UNE BOSTONS $4.67 PROVIDENCE g??. $3.24 AUL Ol MDK si A?l.ROOMs fl.o? ??> **?*? iiol/i /'m,-.-.-, includ* War ?i* Boat LcavM hier Jj. Nanti hiver Uoot W?. HWMfS btj. Uaily 4. s>uiiO?y at ?>.S0 Y. M.. WP bavlng .Tlw?. 'l'hone Sprinc UI91. A USTRALIA " " HONOLULU. SUVA. NEW ZEALA?? The Patatlai raaa?nner .Steamsr? R. M. S. "Nia?an" R. M. S. "Makw? 2*.0?0 You- lUM W Sail from Vancouver, H C For fare? anil aiillngs apply Cuin-i?11 f" Ry.. 123i Broadwaj, N. V., or to Can??*???; Australasian R jyai Mall Lin?. **G ???y??"" ?t.. Vancouver. B. C Nlajrar? To The Iva.- For t"u?lr?V? guide, address John K Pterc?, l>rVl ll? Canada Bteamshlo Unes. Montreal, tana?^ AMERICAN EXPRESS TKAVKIt8* CBKUl fc??.