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At Variance on Hamburg Pact i Britain Has No Grounds i or! Reasonable Objeetion to the Agreement, Declares an Enpl?sh Publication Danish Viewpoint Hostile Con tract Called 'Gigantie German-American Attack' ! on Shipping of England ? - Interest abroad in the agreement be? tween the Harriman and Hamburg American shipping interests is reflected , in comments appearing in the foreign press. Two widely divergent views are those of The London Morning Pest and ;he Politiken of Copenhagen. The for- I mer secs no ground for objeetion to , the agreement, but the latter expresses I ?iarm over the prospect of "a gigantic ; German-American competitivo -attack on England." "How does th? German-American agreement affect this country?" asks; the English publication. "We do not I see, frankly, how any reasonable ob? jection can be taken to it. "It is a contract between two pri? vate companies, ar.d though the Amer? ican Shipping Board has given its v>?=:r,g it is, of course, perfectly open ! ?j sr.y country to take any measures il may consider necessary for the de - clopment of its maritime power. It i? a logical sequence to the policy out- . !;ned in the Jones act and has, there 'orc, occasioned little surprise on thi3 t':.?? Atlantic. British Alire to Situation "British ship owners have said very; little about what the? think of the American i:;.< for maritime supremacy, and in that respect they have acted '-cry wisely, for there is a'Presidential election in full ?swing and eager poli- ! ? v.; ~ ? both sideS' might make a ous ust- of any incautious words I in this country. But we may re trat British ship owners are ft'.iv?- to the situation and are acting accordingly, for our carrying trade is probably our prostest, and certainly our permanent, nutional asset, and ' any competition which might menace it would be strenuously but fairly met, even ;o the extent of securing adequate government assistance if it were deemed essential. "In answering this challenge, how- ; .ever, it is of cardinal importance that there should bo no waning 'of the friendly relations which at present exist between the two great English speaking peoples. The German bid for maritim? supremacy was a danger to this country because it was part of a .? 'or the destruction of the Brit : ? ? and the domination of the There is not the faintest sign such ignoble ambition in Amer indeed, to any one who knows ".? American character, it is unthink-, ?hip between Great Britain United States is the one solid guaranty for the peace of tho world r an escape from our present misei.? ?-." The Danish publication, on the other | the agreement as a menace British shipping, but to the Scandinafian countries. Hamburg Seeks Restoration "With us," it Fays, "there has been about the chance of Copen? hagen as the trading center of the question now is whether trade to correspond. Hamburg hu.= with amazing energy and widely ramified propaganda bestirred itself to ; work in order to maintain the city's orld's trade as before of tho German nation .:: "war." Alleging that America has designs t-o oust Great liritain from the world's maritime leadership the Politiken goes : ? ? "Ships alone, however, do not Recom? ?a ' at, and America has no experl nd lo tef'hnical and commercial : equipment suitable for tho purpose. Thi ?? 7 rig also other essential j ?'.';.-, the inaritime instinct, i (he geographical relation? and the] Rptituda transmitted through centuries ':iave made Great Britain. Since tl e armistice it ha* not been possible to train sufficient personnel for the fleet ?-.t i? lacking in America, how- , ?'er, is t'. be found in Germany. The ; h!g German companies have no ships. ?" "i-.o an army of seamen, en? gineers and technical artisans with! rich experience. In other words, they ave the whole apparatus in order; and 'oso circumstances nothing lay nearer st hand than an amalgamation between Germany and Anvjrica.*' Notes of Foreign Trade DraBtic steps to raise tho price of raw rubber are contemplated by the Rubber Growers' Association, accord '?.?'. advices from London. The as? sociation, which represents about one third of the owners of G.000,000 acres of rubber plantations, suggests to ira that they fo reduce tapping? trees as to effect a reduc tion of 25 per cent in the output. Importation of rice into the Dimin Kepublic has been prohibition ? until January, 1921. This action was taken an a result of tho large accumu? lation of 1 ice, ' nsul General Winslow reports from New Zealand that practically everything increased more in price during the first six months of this year than in any year during the war, 'wd that unless there is a marked ciango in the adverse exchange rate, price* of imported articles are not expected to decrease before the end of this year. It is reported from Melbourne, Aus tralia, that an American piano-player ' '? ri.i: y is arranging for an assem mg plant at Melbourne where mu? sical goods manufactured in the United w i be assembled and prepared *? the Australian market. 1 A review of French trade for 1919 'tatea that during the year French ex rorts increased steadily each month Beginning To-Day Th. Peruvian S. S. Company Join the 72 other ship? ping ompanies that are a nouncing sail? ings The Tribune Shipping and Travel Guide practically In the samo ratio as the t rate of exchange, whereas imports were more or loss steady, with an In? crease toward the end o? tho year. The obvious conclusion is that, as far as exports are concerned, the rising vate of exchange was beneficial.- as French goods gradually cost less in ' currency as the year advanced. As re? gards imports, however, France was in the majority of case, obliged to purchase goods abroad, whatever the rat?> of exchange or the cost of the; articles might be. Plans to Raise Lusitania French Engineer Would Have, It Lifted by Means of Raft A new project for salvaging the i Lusitania has been prepared by the ? chief of the French Naval Knginecring I Department. It is proposed that a largo raft should be constructed and towed to the spot ! where the wreck is located. At low i water the raft is to bo attached to the Lusitania by means of 800 unusually j strong steel ropes. At high tide, it is ; claimed, the wreck would be. raised : owing to the lift and could be towed ! into port for repairs. Shipping papers aro skeptical as to the success of the ; plan. Virgin Islands' Trade With U. S. On the Increase Marked increases in the trade of the Virgin Islands with the United States; arc indicated in reports made to the| Department of Commerce. During the first half of the current year the total exports from the United States to the Virgin Islands amounted to $1,499,825, and imports into the isl-. ands from foreign countries to $300, 449, aggregating $1,800,274. Imports into the United States from the isl? ands were valued at SI,035,450 and ex? ports from the islands to all other; countries al $96,166, or a total of $1,181,622. This leaves a balance of trade against the islands of $668,652 lor tho first half of 1920. against a cor? responding balance of $356,987 in 1019 and of $643,083 in HUH, according to the official exports and imports. These apparently unfavorable bal ances, however, may really indicate greater prosperity for tho islands. ' This is due to the fact that ships' stores and fuel o;l for bunkering pur? poses are not included in the official exports, while all of the oil and the] bulk of the provisions afterward sold as ships' stores are included in the official import statistics. The domestic products sold for pro? visioning ships m harbor are u minor par: of the total sales of that charac? ter. The imports of fuel oil from Mexico (little being received from other countries) imported into St Thomas in 1919 amounted to 7,069,015 gallons, valued at $207,716, against, none at that port in 1918, and 8,615,600 gallons, invoice.i at $136,015, for the first half of 1920. These values not only materially re? duce the trade values against the isl? ands, but tiie increased imports actual? ly add to their prosperity in furnish? ing employment at the pert of St. Thomas for labor not otherwise in de? mand. The price of the essential bay oil i and of bay rum has been on the up? ward trend and there practically an unlimited market in the United States. England and the British West Indies for all the islands can produce. The industry, however, is unorganized and has never been exploited to its fullest extern. Properly developed it would greatly add to the annual wealth" of the islands, The export trade :? practically mo? nopolized by the British. Barbados,] Jamaica and oth.fr British West Indies took 22,552 gallons of the total foreign export of bay rum, amounting to 25,515 gallons in 1918; and the British West Indies 07.?116 gallons of the total 75,533 gallons exported to foreign countries in 1919. For the first six months of 1920 the British West Indies received' 15,922 gallons, valued at $16,044, and may have nlso received all or a portion I of ',iie hf*?.") gallons, worth $1,723, which the monthly customs statements desig r.ate merely as "sold on board ships in? harbor," without indicating the des? tination. Tho designations of other shipments I for the same period were: Denmark, ' 4,380 gallons bay rum, valued at $3,900; Dutch West Indies. 3,071 gallons, worth $3,414; Dominican Republic, 2.5K7 gallons, at 3,968; Flay t?, 813 gallons, at $1,1 '?H, and Canada 25 gal? lons, worth $52. The United States received only 0,249 gallons, invoiced at $5.787, in tho six months ended with .Tune. However, the bulk of the alcohol .hipped into the islands is from this country. Benson Committee Meets Ship OperatorsTomorrow WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. -The special commute?:, appointed by Admiral Ren son, chairman of the United States Shipping Hoard, to investigate the efficiency of operation of government owned vessels allocated to more than 150 shipping concerns and individuals i will confer with a committee repre? senting the operators in New York Thursday. Many of tho Shipping Board vessels were allocated before the passage of tho Jones act, and it is the purpose \ of the board, Admiral Benson said to ' day, to see that only strictly Ameri? can concerns are operating govern - ? ment vessels, and that all of the oper j ators are efficient, as required by that, art. Terms of the agreement under which ; government ships are to bo operated ? will be announced this week, Chairman | Benson said, and plans to make the ! agreements retroactive to March 1 arc being worked out, tn general the new agreement pro? vides that operators will be paid on , the basis of a percentage of the gross i profits in cargoes carried, about 5 per ! cent on exports and about 2'._i per cent i on imports. ? Export Trade Slacken?; Bureau To Ask Bie Sum for Promotion WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. Appropria j tion3 approximating $1,500.000 will be i asked of Congress at the next session : for expansion of foreign trade, accord? ing to the estimates under considera j tion to-day by the Bureau of Foreign [ and Domestic Commerce. The bureau's . appropriation this year was $900,000. Officials declared increased funds were needed because of tho changing conditions of America's commerce. Or ? ders to exporters are falling off, it was ? said, and. instead of buyers coming to i this country as they did in war times, it will be necessary for American mer? chants to sell their goods in the mar? kets in competition with foreign manu? facturers. Expansion of tho commer i cial attach? service of the bureau is : planned. London Oil Market LONDON, Oct. 12. -Calcutta, linseed, ?36; linseed oil, 73a 6d; sperm oil, I ?80. Petroleum, Ameritan refined, 2s 8V_d; spirits. 2s 4".d. Turpentine, spirits, 12'.'s. Rosin, America?', strained, 46s; type "G," 49s. Tallow, Australian, 81s. '_ Ixmdon Money Market LONDON. Oct. 12.? Closing: Bar sil ! ver 54 ._d per ounce; bar gold. 117s 6d; money, 45-_ per cent; discount ' rates, short bills, ?Vi?*_?59i per cent; three month bills, 8%(<_.6 11-16 per cent; ?old premium at Lisbon, 140. Marine Reports TUE TIDES High water Lote wulT AM PM AM TM .Sandy Hook. 8:11 8:35 S:00 2:3? Governor's Island. 8:46 8:11 2:39 3:18 Hell Gate.10.M 11:18 4:53 5:24 Note?-The above figures are standard time ?nd rmt New Torto State Urne. ARRIVED YESTERDAY Vessel. Tort. Forked at. N Amsterdam.Botterdam Anchored In Quarantine Now Vork.Southampton.Pier C N H W 11 Tllford.Tampico Anchored oft Liberty Clssy.Nswcastlo.Pler 18, Hklyn Castle Porzlano. . . .Southampton Pier 4. Bush Dock?, Bklyn city of St Louis_Bavannah. .Plor 36, N R Sut suma.AI? ?or.-?. , .Pier 38, I'.klvn Dalmaila.Sydney, C M Aneh'?ro,i off Stapleton, S I Ray-way.Helslngfors Pier 0, Constable Hook, N J Lake Dsrags.Philadelphia . ^ Hor 17. Bklvn Jefferson.Norfolk.Tier 28, N 11 Lake Glob?.Brunswick. .Pier 36, N H Ni'llSH . .l'l'T 38. x n Charles Ausburno.. Boston Anchored off Tompklnsvllle, S 1 corn suman.Liverpool _Anchored Providence.Marseilles . ...Anchored Princess May.Port Antonio..Anchored Storangeren.R|? Hooha.. . . An. h. Lake loresman-Gibraltar .Anchored BERTH CHANGES Vessel. Transferred to. flcona.T*ler 16. Broo clyn Yi . ,'.'.,.Anchored In stream Hess!? White. National PI) SI q'-v'w';-^ Kent Bt? Greenpolnt, Brooklyn Braheholm.pler .,;. N " ,, ?,t?\yn.:.Hier 17, Brooklyn Challenger Fletcher's I? D, HoboUen, NJ ? C 1? Stamford.Cokey's D I), Brookln ; Lian Murray.Ft s,, ?Hist. Brooklyn Easterly.Pier Sl ... R ?"as"'ort.Rod Hook Flats, Brooklyn M Almirante.[??;,.,? ?, x R El Capit?n. ...Pier 2, Constable Hook', \ J Esther Melbourne ....< ?IT Woehawken N .1 Ered W Waller.Roblna 1> D, Brooklyn Gambada. .. .Pier 1, Hush nooks Brooklyn ' Glennevls.Morse's D 1 >, Brooklyn Olenshlbl.Ci,.,- -.7. Brooklyn '?'? ?apean.p|er 77, Brooklyn ; Flatteras.Shewan's I) 1>, Brooklyn Hera.Robins D :>, Brooklj Hisko.Teboe's Yacht Basin, Brooklyn Hoklan .... National D D, West New Brighton, S 1 I Indomable.. .Ramburg iron Works, B'klyn Jere G Shaw. .Anchorod off Stapleton, ? 1 Kanawa.Ft 17,6th st, N R * ICiowa_ Pier 7'. D. L & W R R, Weehawken. N J , Lafcomo.Hier 3, Hobokon, N .T 1 Limon.Pier B, N R ! Monmouth.Port Richmond s I Mundale .. . J.Pier 9. 77 R ' NarragaiiBett.Shewnn'i 1> j?, Bklyn Niobc. Morses I> l>, HI ? n Pawnee.Robins I> D, Bklyn Porto Rico.Pier 84, Bklyn Roma.Ft 71st. Bklj n S B Hunt.Mo?ses l> D, Bklyn Santa Theresa.Caitaret. N .1 I Somerset.Robins D D,Bklyn St Charles.69th St. Bklyn Stanley.Pier 2. Jersey City, N .1 Tancar ville. Morses 1> l>. Bklyrfcd Tri mountain... .Teboes Yact Basin, Bklyn 1 1'nleo!.Pier 86, K It , \Tnoont.Martins ?; 1?, S 1. '?Vetitmorelsn?!, ?i Ft In?R S?. Oreenpotnt. Bklyn Tukbn.pier 2, Bayonne, N .! INCOMING STEAMSHIPS Due To-duy Vessel !" rt. Depai i ure Themlstocles. ..Piraeus .Sept 2' Pannonia.Trieste .Sept 2. Pro Id? nco.Palermo .U-pt 30 I Ft. Victoria.Bermuda.Oct 11 hlsneciulbo.Callas .Ocl 7 i'i ineess May .. Pi Antonio . . .. .Ocl 8 astle. . Ha? ana . . . ,..Oct 9 j Due To-morrow Ic.Southampton ... Oct R !'.:? Satrustegu.. ..Cadis .Oct I . Manchuria .Vigo.Ocl ' -(.?ra.-i .Trieste.Sepl 55 .?-anta Marta.Kingston .Oct 8 Du?. Friday Warout* .Havana.Oct 11 C'y of Montgom'y ..Savannah. Philadelphia .Curacao.Oct V Due Saturday Pocahonta?.Antwerp .Sept 26 Kroonland.Southampton . ..Oct 7. Caroline.Bordeaux . Oct 1 Cnruuia.Cherbourgh Oct 7 OUTGOING BTEAMSHTPS Sail ?o-i!?? Mall Ves?*! , i'lo?M Halls Noordam, Rotterdam.. 8:00 AM 12:00 M MegaJll Helas. Piraeus.10 :X0 AM 7 00 PM Dochra, Buenos Ayres.. 7:0'0 AM 11:00 '?: Zulla, Curacao. 8:30 AM 1:00 I'M B, 1*. Luckenbacb, Rot? terdam .- 17:00 M Western Glen, Rotter? dam . - : 2 co M ; Toklwa Man?, Kobe...--*12:00M Italerio, Calcutta.-. 2:00 PM fclrik 11, Tampico.- -11 Santiago, Havana., .. - ? 12:00.M McCreary County, Ma? tanzas . ?- : 2 : on M Porto Uico, San Juan.- "12:00 M Still To-morrow Asia. Piraeus.10:30 AM 2:00 PM I Frederick VIII, Copen? hagen .11:00 AM 2:00 FM Gothland, Danzig.12:00 M 3:00 PM Walter A. Luckenbach, Hamburg . 6:00AM 0:00PM Marconi. Buenos Ayres 8:30 AM 12:00 M Port Victoria, Herminia. '.' 30 AM 00 U. M. Thompson, Vi : a i'iu? .-? 1 '.' 00 ' ; Sail Friday Eten, Cape "Town. 8:00AM 13:00M Un. m s Avr, s, Cadiz. . 8:00 AM 1- 00 \1 l.a Lorraine, Havre. . 8:30 AM ;: K ermll, Hamburg . . 1 ? Ha lust, '". ci . S :30 AM : . 00 M Amor, Cape Haiti... ..10:00 AM . 00 PM Francis, Para .H 00 M 3 ' P !. lind st Johns. . 7 10 V.M 11 Pi lue? sa May, Pi An? tonia ... .12:00 AM 8 ;. Ma nor, ? lopenhagen ? .\:>glo-Eg> ptian, ?.nil ? don .. ?- 1! l a'?"- Fant an*., Iceland .- -- - Cabo Villano, Cadiz . ? - I ? '""' " M K?mest?, Antwerp ( ngaworth, P tier ,!.,? . ?0 i, ? i Danzig , - ?? - II '.1 ' \r< turns, Naples ? ; "? Cas! ?-? Porz ano, Genoa ? -? Can abda. M< Ibourne . - ??an Buchanon, Caps Town .- ' ' :' ' . :, ? low Casi le, 1 >elgoa Bay. - 12 ' r' M ! ,isbon Maru, s?ihi e Mur?.ran Maru. .. Uta .- 2:00 PM Clan Ranald, Java.... ??- 12 Lord Ormonde, bantos- 11:00 \A Jacona, Plra-us.?t- 12:00 M Ha?..)ius. Marseilles . . - '< "?? r^ Louisiana. Antwerp. - 1: '', M Wheeling Mould, Ravsl - - 00 M Lake El Pueblo, Barcelona.? Bay II ia I. Malta. Sail Saturday New 57 rk, E iUth ton .8 00 AM ?"' '- M Pi .?r Bear, Galatz ... '- 0 A : Dante Alighieri, Genoa.l . 00 M I 1' 'J Ma--.-., Lului .12:00 M Boursplein. Hamburg. > 00 AM ?Panera?, Rio Janeiro.. 7:00 AM Pastores, Port Limon.. ' 00 \ M ... VoraTCru " AM 127 M Mohawk, Porto Rico. . ? '? * M Irociuois, Shu Domingo D:30 ?VJl I :f?0 I Panain i, Crlatobal. .; .12 :00 M Alexandrian, Llvarpool ?y ? " Wynooch*, London....- ' Michigan, Hamburg Francisco H !?'-' ,.......? Has- Cape. Hamburg., Trojan Prince, Smyrna- - Glenshiel, A lexandrin . . - Oscoda, Ha- re . - - Plpestone County, Rol - ter.lar.?.-12:00 M I Castle Point, ?'? pen- _ _ hagen.- 12:00 M Indiana Bridge, Stock? holm.-12:00 M . . Bhunko Maru, H >ng ? Kong. Wythi ville, Buenos .Vy res. ? San Juan . ? ?- ? 1 ] ,a ke .'"arist?n. K i % si n ; l.ake Marita, D Glendola, Atuilla.- ! Report by Wireless Front the U. S. Naval Cominu nirutton Station [Distance is given In miles; reports ??re ,,. .. o? unless other? Is? tv IS? - v ? . 300 "W Sand Key I ? : - Vrlington 13 ENB Firs Isl?n l C*t 12. B Sand K? y i ?ct 10. Aten?a 180 SE South Pass Oct 10. . Banican 70 s Scotland I P I 30 PM ' Barstow Am tug 2 N Northeast En Oct 12. Baton Rouge 24 SW Cape Lookout Cet 11. Bavington 2S0 N12 Jut?.'.or Oct 11 Belllngham 283 K Ambrose Oct 12. ' Botterton 27! s v :. brose > '? '. ! 2. i Bravo Coeur i.773 from San Francisco 6 ; I'M Oct 11. Bi il Ish Mai..:- 10 E Alligal t O - 10. BylaylNl NE Five 1 Oct 12 - - r ' "?" ?"?.'? ." maveral. . - | : '. . ? ? i ; i . 270 su B : iu. ? i " Wesl ? : 10 E Cape Charles ? ?et 12. ? tilc'kaniauga 3 K Sombrero <>?t 10. china 2.P54 W Pan Francisco B PM Oct 10. City o? Everett 176 W t*an?l Key Oc1 City of Vernon 62 SW Fryingpan Ocl !.. Cotmo !?&6 H Ambrose Oct 11. Coins? SS? from San Francisco 4 PM Oct 9. Ci.nowago 90 S Ambrose l.V 9 PM Oct il. Conshohocken H* NE <"s.p^ Henry Oct 11. Corning 65 W Key Webt Oct 10. Corijon 114 E Five Fathom Bank LV Or t 1?. Cotton Plant 126 S Vineyard Haven Oct 12. Cowan m s Baurffcgttt Oct 12. Currier afl VV S?n?l Key Oct 10. Cuttyhunli 38. ffiNH <"?ipe Henry Oat II. '.mty 111 \V t?v S Un va na Oct 10. I?,, l V, BW Tort?KM "ct. 11. Delfl 210 from ? lolon Oct 11. '?! ?.bio -?'. 7 ? i li total 8 PM < "-t 11. Dlllwyn 240 SW lliulnnn Oct 1 I. Dllworth 1,322 W Ban Pedro 8 PM Oct 10. Donald McKay Li? H\v naiboa Oct U. Durando 1,178 from Sun Pedro 8 PM Oct 11 171 Mundo _7'_ BW Halteras Oct 11. ?;: I l_rlo 38 S S,,mil l'a?? Oct 11. 1.1 Bud MI WNW Torlug-a? Oct 11. (enterprise 1,884 W San Fran A PM Oct 10. 1'- Ii Asoho 31H W Key Went Oct 10. Freeport Sulphur Mo. 6 IC. S Ambrose Oot 17' O.?rgro ?I Henry S4 10 Tampico Oct 11. II .Inn?? JS1 NW Tortui?a? Oct 11. Glcnnool 4M E Port Lobos Oct 11. ind '.?i S Penaacolii i.?rt 11. (lull ?Il ?'..'? B Five Fathom Hank I,V Oot 12. Oulfstream ICI SW Haltera? Oct 11. Maid IBS WNW Tort una? Oct 11. li. ??an 121 \V Sand Key oct 10. Hagood 140 I. Port Lohne Oct 11. I 0 N'K Jupiter Got 10. ter 1 T?. N Haltera? Oct 11. Havorford 826 from Delaware Breakwater 7 AM Oct 13. Helen 582 8 Ambrose Oct 11. Hobok.n 216 from San Pedro 4 PM Oct * .Tackeon 66 ED by N Nantuoket Oct 12. Ktttegaun 289 E Ambrose Oct 11, l.n Brea 1.C70 from Port San Lula 8 PM oct 10. Lake 1 ?ymer lat 88 33 N Ion 69 .5 W ? let 12. Lake Kllonorah off Fire Island 4:46 PM Oct ! .' Lain? BMUhorp. lat 82 06 N ion 70 60 W Oct II. Lake Fandon 43 EHE Wlnterquarter Oct 1?. Lake Fareaman 3D H Scotland LV 6:10 PM Oct 1 J. Lake .'urragrut "7:0 SW Halteras Oct 11. Lake Benbow um NW Tortugas Oct 11. l.nkn Fracoo 17' SW Cap?. Lookout Oct 31. Lake Bavue ?ti B Ami.ros. Oct 1". Lansing 228 from Port Ban Luis 8 PM ? >??? li, Maine ; 15 !?: Ambrose LV Oct 11. Matlnicock 105 from Nnnturk.t LV Oct 1 ?. Matsonia 1,566 W ?San Francisco S PM ? i? : 10. Mattole 40 H raJ_. Fear Oct 11. Maul 7' l.", AV Han Francisco 8 AM Oct 11. Melon passed Jupiter oct li. M. vanln 28 Si: Hatteraa oct 11. Munamur ?24 S Ambrose LV Oct 11. Nanking 2,470 W 1 loi.,.lulu 8 PM Oct 10. I? 110 8 Blaaconsct Oct 12. : arg lat 27 36 N Ion 74 56 W Oct 11. Nile 344 v. Honolulu s PM Oct 10. Olymi ? 1,600 E Par Harbor S AM Oct 12, Oregonlan 200 E Ainbrns?' Oct 12. Ovcrbro I I !?; 1 ? arl Island Oct 11. Panuco 137 E Tampico Oct 11. Parlsmlna 150.NW Colon Oot 11. | Pawlel 1,636 from Columbia River 4 PM Oct 11, Phoenix 2.0 M Jupiter Oct 11. Pleiades 175 S Ambrose Oct 12. Rlchconcai 60 s Panamn . PM O.-t 11. lioyal Arrow 300 v, San Franolsco S AM i Oct 11. Sabine Sun 150 N Jupiter Oct 11. Santa Cruz 1,838 W Honolulu S I'M Oct 10. Santa : eonorn lat 34 72 N Ion 71 C3 Wi Oct 12. Santa Olivia S3. SSE South Pasa Oct 10. Santa Rita 133 NE Cape Henry Oct 12. ' I -, ? lardi n.'.s Oct 11. SI in pd Cape Henry 6:30 P M Oct 11. dnrd 147, N Jupiter Oct 11. Stool Maker 27 s Cape Blanco 8 PM Oct 11. j Steel Trader 225 7: J i; Her Oc t 11. Suboatco ..no 17 Ambrose Oct 12. Summerleaf 122 E Nantucket Oct 12. Sun ?il 160 W Toi ? us ??? ' ""' 1 o. ?amo 30 S > ml u? ket LV f. PM Oct 11. is lat IS 46 !.. 1 n 68 15 W Oct 11. Tidewater 620 ME Cape Henry Oct 12. rolos ? ? '.? .- tobal oct 11. portation Passed Cape Henry S:30 I'M O ' 11, Utacarbon 63 N Hattcras Oct 13. IV i aclc I HatteraB Oct 11. ? 37? s Hatteraa Oct 11. v, il C ddoi 1.77?? from San Francisco :??; . . ; io, n 1.023 from San Pedro 8 PM Ocl 10. ?\ ? ? ?.it lat :'? 54 t?, Ion 65 05 w ? '. ? li. ? [mm 750 from Seattle 4 PM Oct 9. Weal Kceno 330 17 Honolulu 11 PM Out 10. 64C W Point Bonita a PM oct 10. ???.n from Honolulu fi PM Oct. 11. \V? ' I?." . '? 240 W Honolulu - I'M ? >ct 10. iVhoal a Montana 2,170 from Seattlo .-. !'.,- . cl . Gulf 600 E Cape Henry 3 AM ' ' ?; Warder 307 W Sand Key Oct 11. | AMERICAN PORTS BALTIM? HIE; < ' I Vn I ved: Strs ' Knut Hamsuni (Nor), Philadelphia; Ka llmba ???'?. Shi? Ida; Sin rrnan, Antofa . '? Sa nia Fe i Br ?. I'.?- av od (Br), Newport, Ens. ? '. >t henburg. Sailed Thuban (Dut), Rotterdam; Arno Mr-mH ' (Span), R?tterdam: Millor County. Nor f( Ik : 17 Igi hill Sli inghai \ la Noi roll . " ' ?. Bordeaux , Via llmii Sautn (Dan) N?rfoll : Mnudle (Nor), .. ; Cardiff ?le?, Brest. ?'ap.?. I!, nry, Va, Ocl li " ?' In for Baltl n r? Strs Silkeborg (Dan), Caibarien; Port Morgan (Nor). Port Maria. Pi .I oui from Baltimore Sirs Borgestad "- r), .- pi en R Jones, Port - : Plkepool (Brl Buenos A> res; (Br), Havre: Quinnlplac, New und Olaagow, CHARLESTON, 3 C, Oct 12?Ajrrived: ! i? he, Jacksonville and proce? led to New i'ork, Sailed Stra Wilson, Sa? vannah; Lake Ypsllantl, from Sagua la Ci m ." f ?r New york; Governor .lohn j Lind, fr? Jacksonville, r r Baltimore; ; Satitlairo, from Jacksonville, for .N?;w Vor!:. OALVESTON, Tex.. Oct. 12.?Arrived: El ".easier (Brd-, Antwerp. Sailed: El Rio, rk; ,;'>fti? de Larlnaga (Br.), Man? ier; ? Ira neat, Sa va nnab ? IKLEANS, ? ?cl . Cleared I "art :._? i del Toi... via Ci ?stoba I , Clydes? dale (Br), ' lenoa via N fol I ? Br), Llvei I. . Goi r? dljk (Dt), Rott? r ilam via Newport News; Lake Wlmlce, ; : ? . - il Zwarte /< e (Dt), Rot Bi / I-"i ? I? : ), 77' w ?ork : Yar- , borough (Br), Bahia Bianca; Hellegon i Not), SI Na zair? U go i Nor i, Norfolk. OLK ' ? ? I .rrlvcd Tro? arrell nhne (Or), ? ?run. Larrli .... ?. ' ' Chappcl, ? i ? Lai r . ? Fontanet, New i - : ( Ita), Rotl rdain ; Genesee ii:? i, i. ' llir) Rotterdam ; : ...i rama (Hr), Wellington, K nockfierna .I'r). New Orleans; Bml a I D (Br), Rot-! lerdam; Lucerna (Br), New Orleans; Nco Un?ted States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Hog Island Ship Yard for Sale The Tard Is Near I'liilnd. lpliln. Pa. ??? ' bids ivill be re. aived up to i - ? i A. M., In offlce ol pplug Board 1-7 : - ? ? rporal - ? ? : ? and H Streets, S. W., ? ' ? .:?.!?'.? pel the ofllc? I" rd In tho pj . .??:? a 11 ? ? ? i ! \ ; ?. " ? ' HOG If?l..\ Nl) HAS mi area of 010 acre-i. water frnnlncc of I wo miles, , warehouse?, approximately 80 miles railroad track., 21 miles of ronds, 50 shipbuilding \?n.s. sewemge and drainage, 7 steamship pier-,, ml minis! ration, record and telephone buildings, ^hop Imildlngs, power, ulr, electric, strain, mili-r und oil line?, classification yards und lire protection. ?' . i ouses are equlppeil ? ? ? walls every - 3 f? I an : ? ? ways?40 wood. 10 con 1 with fixed s".!T leg :? : ri? -?..-? Det:iil?-d Inventor. , blueprint?, piio toKrniih-. and other data have been filed In Hie omre of the Director of the Supply and --Mi."? Division, c?ih and I', streets S. \V? Wnshlngrlon, D. <'.. and n i j I?. seen bj prospective bidders (lin-iiiR busl ess hours. Permits for inspection ol the .^itil ma. b_ obtained on Hjiplii ction. Bids must be submitted In dnpi;?ute ? n standard proposal forms, made In il?.' manner designated U.ereltl and ?n < Insel in sealed envelop? marked "Pro posal No. 2007 not lo be opened until October ;>o. LOSO." v, j;i?ls niual he accompanied by cer? tified check, made payable to 'lie l oiled --Lites Shipping Hoard Emer uen.'.v fleet Corporation for Jl.OOO.OOO. This amount \\ ,U be applied upon (he )>??!?' hase price to be pah! I>> the sm? cesslul bidder, hut in the ??' ent that such bidder fails to consummate lb? contract of purchaae the deposit will he forfeited to the corporation. '1 he balance of the purchase pri.-e is to be paid within u reasonable period, not exceeding in any case five years from date ??I sale. Title to the property will remain In the I i!"-?1 States Shipping Board Kniet? en, ? 1 !?-. i t'or?poration tuttll full pur .h:i??- ??n? a ha ? I??-?"? paid. The Corporation reserves the rlglit to rej< ct anv or all bids. United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation W. S. BENSON, Pre_._c.en_. c Wls, Now Orleans; Pontos (Or), Baltimore; ! Samnangor (Nor), Shields; Ilion (Br), New | Orleans: Wandby (Br). Shields; Loos (Br). Bordeaux; Pike Pool inn. Baltimore; RJookslunrt (Nor), unknown; Baulchlstan (Br), Dartmouth; Blswlck Granee (Br), Gibraltar; Eastern Merchant, New York. Balled: Transportation, Rotterdam; San-1 tore, Havana; Sonja (Swed), Bayonne, Camilla Ollbert (Nor), Genoa; Baygowan (Br), Algiers; I'lskurgl Mendi (9p), Dun? kirk! SortehHvet (Nor), Buenos Ayres; I Cannis Vatls (Or), Philadelphia; West land, JIuIl; Commodore Rollins (Nor), ! Llmon: C R Briton, New (England; E C Hopo. New England; Cecil? H Stewart, l'a- ! nary Islands; Drelz Isol (Fr), New York; ? Yarbnrough (Br). Bnhla Blanca. PENBACOLA. FlB... Oct. 12.?Arrived: O. i A. Black, Cuba. PHILADELPHIA, Oct 12?Arrived: Strs Barr (Fr), Halirax; Clan MaeBean (Br), : Sourabaya, etc; Lake Charlottesvllle, Pen ?acola; Magyarorssog (Hi, Baltimore. Delaware Breakwater, D4!, Oct 12 -Passed out from Phllailelphla: Strs Lake Daraga, (JuaritariTimo via New York; Bollyler (Pel), Havre Roads (for orders); Wenakee, Norfolk; Veala (Nor), Ivlgtut; probably Frederica (HP Trieste via Galveston; sehr Wllbert 8 Barlet.t, Guadaloupe. Balled: Str William Blumer (from Christiania, etc), -; sehr Main??,- Ai Str Johannes Maersk (Han), from Methll Passed up for Philadelphia: Strn Jo (Ilraz), Norfolk; Potia ((Ik). Smyrna, etc; Thorgerd (Nor), Bellie. Re.?dy Island, Del, Oct 12 ? Passeil down from Philadel? phia; Strs Mortlak?' (Br), Baltimore; Olyndwr (Br), Havre Roads (for orders) ; Marte (It), Gibraltar (for orders); An tietain. Port Ixibos. Mnrrua Hook. Pa, Oi : 12?Arrived: Htr Chester Sun. Sabine. Anchored off for fumigation: Str Lolln ? (Spa), Norfolk for Philadelphia. PORT BADS, La, Oct 12?Arrived: Dammedalk. Neuvltas, Cuba; El Blglo, ! Now York; Harold Walker, Tampico; His torlan (Br), , Liverpool via West Indies; ! Lake Grama, Tampa: Neptune, Frontera; ? Reglnollte (Br), Oalveston; Santa Olivia,! Tocopllla, Chile; Texaco, Tampico: Torre?, Tampico; Wilhelm Jebsen, Tampico; sehr Arthur II Zwicker (Br), Preston, Erig?an.I. ', Sailed: Agwisum, Port Lobos; Sunshine, ? "Port. Lobos; Thurland Castle (Br), Ant? werp via Oalveston and Norfolk; Trinity, Port Arthur; Tuscarora (Br), England PORT AUTIII'K, Tex., Oct. ?2- Ar? river! :0 Oufland, Boston; Brazos. United States Fuel Oil Collier, Naval Stations' Silver Shell. Cristobal, Margarita, New Orleans and Rotterdam; Gulf Coast, Jack? sonville. Sailed: (?hlna Arrow, Woosurrg ( 'hina. \ INEYARD HAVEN, Masa. Oct. 12 ? Arrived and sailed: Schooner Alnslle (Br.). Lunenburg, N. S., for New York. Arrived: Schooners Charle? n. Kllnck, New York for Eastern port; Irene 1-7 Messervey, New York for Eastern port; Mabel B, Gunn (Br), Sherbrooke, N. 8., for orders. FOBEION" POBT8 Departures for New York Sundsvadl?S S Osslneke. Dunkirk?S S C C Morse. Spinonoseki?S H Morloka Maru. Singapore?S S Washington .Maru, Aquarius. Barry- 3 S Norwich city. im lift S S Klrkti ? St Michaels--S S M an hurla. Nantes?S S Knoll. Glasgow?S S Anglo-Mexlcan Port Said- S S NlngchoW. Manila S H West Mahomet. Newcastle-?S S Malmo. Shields- s s ? ?ssim lie. Slngafore?S S Kg remont Cas:;.. Buenos Ayres?-S S Padnsay. Havre?S 8 Lafayette. Bordeaux?8 8 Medina, We?t Hematite. Hamburg?8 8 Montana. Gibraltar? S S Sylvia Victoria. Copenhagen?3 s Rhodesia. Arrlvnls From New York Rotterdam?8 8 Anglo-Chilean. Rio do Janeiro?S 3 Alamosa. Antwerp?S S Southern. East London? H 8 Westport. Montevideo?8 S Doohet. Cnpe - 0 .vi; 8 8 Lor?! Sefton. Moliendo- 3 s Renaico. 1 lahla 8 S Op? Cntlao S S Santa Tecla. Llvei pool S H ? -Itle. Havre -S S Niagara, Sydney- S S Talroa, Glasgow- S S Vitellla. i .. ? pool- s S RImonak-, Bordeaux?ri s Orinoco. Dublin 8 8 Poi lia. Auckland?8 8 Surrey. t?uenos Avies?8 S Dawnlt _ht, 8t Bede. Beira?S ri Clan Macintosh. Montevideo?ri ri West Asonal. Patras?3 S Italia. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS The connecting mails close at the <J_n eral Postoffice and City Hall postofflc. ?tatton, New York, at 6 p. m.. as follows: Hawaii, Fiji inlands. New Zealand and Australia.- via Vancouver and victoria,; B. ?', steamship Tahiti. Octob?r 18. Tahiti, Marquesas, Cook L'lan.ls, and specially addressed mall for New Zealand and Australia, via San Francisco, steam? ship Tofua, i " *? ber IS, ill via San Francisco, steamship i Maul, ? ?ctobi :- 16. Japan, Corea, China, Siberia. S'.am. French Indochina, Netherlands Bast? Indies an I Philippine Islands via Van? couver and Victoria, B. C, steamship ttm preas _f Asia. OctoD?r H> Hawaii and especially address??*, mail for Japan, Corea an? China, via San Fran clsco, steamship Persia Maru, October 18. Japan, Coria, ?'bina. Siberia, Siain, French Indochina, Netherlands, East Iridi.s and Philippine Islands, via Seattle, steam? ship Talthybius, October _0. Hawaii, Samoan islands, Australia an?.l specially addressed mail for New Zea- j land, via San Francisco, steamship Ven? tura, Octob? r 21. Banker Urges Thrift To Aid Foreign Trade John McHugh, chairman of the com mittee on commerce and marine of tho American Bankers Association, in the forthcoming issue of the journal of that organization states -that the : key to financing America's foreign i trade lies in tho practice of thrift by | our own people. "A natio nthat does not save wise? ly," says ? Mr. McHugh, "cannot hope to maintain and increase its iinar.ciai prestige in tho world any more than ! an individual who does not save and invent his savings prudently can hope I to '-nd well financially among his fellows. rift implies work, and work i should mean a constant approach to '?. the maximum of production. Increased production will result both in the furnishing of sufficient commodities so ; that we siiall not sutler from excessive prices and in the accumulation of such Burplus of commodities a3 may be ! spared to be profitably marketed ; . abroad." JOHN L. MERRILL, Pre?. Main Cabio '.Olee. R9 Broad Street Telephone Broad 7*iT0 BRANCH OFFICES: ? a Fifth Ave . Phone Vanderbllt ?4?* 34 Fifth Ave . Mad. Sq. 60f>?i >" Franklin St., " Franklin 21 i 20 Sprme St., " Beekman 2 ? So SANTOS Santos is the coffee center of the world. In 1919 ';:<.' United States imported 1,051,839,910 pounds of coffee to the value of $144,069,369. ALL AMERICA CABLES has aided in the development of trade between the United Mates and the rest of the VVestern Hemisphere by afford? ing accurate and rapid means of communication. TRAVEL DAILY. INCH DING S1ND.1Y. THROUGH OCT. 24th. "Washington IrTTag,** "Hendriek rJ?d sea," "Robert Faltos," "Albany." "??? Witt fllulou" in ?-rrlc?? May. ll?l. Bouts nr* bteuin iieatiil and perfect ? comfortable i.i this glorlons Autumn weather, Direct Pall Connections. AI! throush ral! tteiteta between New York and Alona.- .\ ? ? tptod. Music. Restaurant. DATLIOHT SAVIN? TIM3C. Oieai.n?r le?v??s da eluding Sundav. ?:??.' "?> ?... 4:1 * 'i0 A. M A. est 1291;: ?' . 9.20 A. M.. Jenifers ill A. M. landl.ne ?t tBear Mountain, [Weal Point (weekday? only). ?Newbutfh tPougflKeepsie, Kingston Point, ' ataklll, Hudson end Albany. ? ? i "k e d i. Additional Trip Snr.day, Oct. 1,7, leaving Desbrosses St., ? ? '??? "' . V ?2d St., 10 -V. M. . West I 291 h . v M Yonkers, l"1 50 \ M f ? Mount .i n N ? burn li, Poughl i and ... m i, to Wi Ideal one-day online?. Telephone Canal ?"?OO. Delibro**?* St. Pier Eastern Steamship Linos, ?n?. To BOSTON METROPOLITAN UNE All the ..ay by \v*<*tcr m U?t, CO?> CAWAL rUoamera leave Pier IK. North K:?er, fa, ? ? Murray ist. PHONE t, \H( I.AV ?.UO?. Daily at 5 P. M. (Dujliiht Time) Worrr?i?T. !f?.'.r'. Pr?v!d : ? direct, S"".'.'!. OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, ?1.62. Dally, including Sunday, .. 30 i'. 11. (Day llghl S..-. ?lift 7 Piei l. E. R. Phone I ?ii-ket?? at Pier or Consolidated Offloes. FALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON rrom Pier M, N. K., Fulton St., 5:80 P. M. Daylight Having T'?ine. mi sic. NKW LONDON (NORWICH LINEL Sir '.\ ? l - ?0, N I: . il is! ii St., -a k '.j.; ? 3D P. M. Lv. Pi V 17. R J*2d St 6 P. M "TTTF P'-'lTir TtV PIT'?.'"FD* BOSTON c> Co?i aad toil PROVIDENCE Boat Direct A1X UlTtslDE STATEROOM? Boat Lea Tea Pier S9, Soi ii K,,?r (fool Men Uouetot? St.), Dallj & Sunday at ?lU? E< ii... Da> ilk bl burillff 1 :':??'. 'I'll,.in- :-y;ii._ ?4V*.. HUDSON RIVER NIGHT LINES ;? i Imo 31 X. it Dei -? 0 P. M W .. : 31 . I P. il :? A . , :Kx \ toil win? :. n ... ?Ja Ueni >u .c lliui NEW YORK-HAVRE-DANZIG B i - S. C ?:.. ? IRAI ? ". i '!?' AMERICA Traffic De? : . 2? Whlteha . St . N-. ( : s Phones Bi wllng Green S2S9 an . CENTRAI. Ill T?HON HSt *N^wi>urg;h, *Fi>UKh*kpei>->ic, Kingston. Lv. Franklin SU * P. ?L, Sat , 1 and 2:30 P. M. TKAYEL . scrrli-e frora New Toi HAVANA AND POINTS IN CUBA. [ E X I C O pili i _0r.M6f.IE i>EiiHHA?.ETRAriSATL'.Kn?i._; ?f} Ex^if?? f>_.t_i Servie. NEW YORK?HAVRE t. 33 ? : :a ;. ?. . ? t. 7 . No. 27 1?. . 13 Dec. !l ; - ? \ COR!.AINE __AF._Y_.TTI.. I. \ I <? KA1.VK KO. M '-. UBKAL . ' ? ?. SA . 11117 . MA..AK.. I I?ANt 3 S I i ?ce. 1 I. __> LEO PO ..DINA ...Nov. 6 ?-. HAMBURG?DIRECT Special Departure , Twin Screw S. S. CAROLINE Saturday, October 23, 1920 Cabin and Third Class A ccommofJationa Available ( OMPAM - OFFICE, 10 STATE ST., N. Y. Swedish American LINE Shorl Route (o Sweden, ?Noway, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Germany, &c. GOTHENBURG-SWEDEN i Uli... MODERN Ml' \ '.III'.'? S. S. Stockholm.Oct. 23 Dec. 9 _?. S. DroUniafholm.Nov. IS Dec. 3G Third C! .. -,v Voi COOK'S COVERS THE WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE THOS. COOK "ft SON 2 ,_i Broadway. 361 Fifth Avenue. ?.MER?CAN L.MAAK., NOK ..Ai GERMANY ; BALTIC STATES t. H ?anea blatcs. Oct. 21 ar II.Nov. 4 !??? : ' ,-, \ v 's For Passenger Batea, etc., I B'way. N. "<. J W^ J>* PANAMA CANAL. ^M SJ . I GRACE LINE > ?i _ Santa An* S - Santa LuL.a. OalUn? a: Callao. Aj_o*. lauidu*. Ajh*. !____,._. _D.i V_p_..-_.i?G . orui.t-i I. -.(---a*., ?V K. GKACE * CO., Arent?, n.n.i.r Sa.. Sew York, ar Ia_<-?I A.ill. TRAVKL TRAVEL PACIFIC LINE - SOUTH AMERICA DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICE NEW YORK to WEST COAST PORTS ? VIA PANAMA CANAL Calling: at 6* ESSEQUIBO" OCT. 23 Callao, Moliendo, Arica, Iquique, Antofagasta, Valparaiso "EBRO" NOV. 27 and Monthly Sailings Thereafter. The Largest Steamers in the Trade. THE PACSFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO. SANDERSON & SON, General Atenta 26 Broadway. New York Phon. Broad tZ?Q or any Steamship Ticket A_.?nt. 100% American?100% _?fr_*c# im ii ii m\\Hm\i\mm*\wm\w\mivmnimmwmXM __W_?___-MM-BM-___________W_______-P" 'l ? ?? I NEW YORK to QUEENSTOWN - BOULOGNE - LONDON S.S. PANHANDLE STATE: s-it?"" ?? R? ?"?? * S. S. OLD NORTH STATE : ? o*. 30, d~ it. S. S. CREOLE STATE : - n~ ?7, j__a. * Magnificent New Steam*hipe American-baiit ?American-operate?! Ptrs. C'a*? Only?t.j_____r.erac ac _oro?r??>-__-t-oi___. noted* rnmna <M_ly. fai all, bath? with mnt ro__noa, __ce_ri_?_-( _sr.?rn?_. epaaoua *?__ ?a ad __ro___-__-___> S. S. SUSQUEHANNA $ S*-K-_s N _? t ?n_i>__- 17, Cabio and TMrri Cl?*? Only. NEW YORK TO BREMEN and DANZIG DIRECT. P___a*n??r D. nar.oaan..45 Broadway. N'rw York City. Telephone: 1200 Mp_.itehall. Frwcbt D<_tm?r-_-.-_rt.__... ..120 Broadway. New York Cats. Telephon? : 6300 Racter. -aronia .New York to Plymouth and Cherbourg. .Or?. 21 Nov. 25 Carmania . . . New York Calabria?,.New York Mauretama . . .New York Saxonia .New Y oik Aquitania .... New York K. A. Victoria. New York Columbia ....New York Pannoma .... New . ork Imperator ...New York Liverpool .Oct. 23 Nov. 20 Palras, Dubrovnik and Trieste.?Oct. 23 Cherbourg and Southampton.Oct. 28 J?n_ 1 Dec. 18 PI>mouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg. . Oct. 30 Dec. ? ( hrrbourg and Southampton.Nov. 2 Nov. 23 Dec. 1-4 Liverpool .Nov. 6 Dec. 4 Jan. ' Londonderry and Glasgow.Nov. 0 Der. 1 1 Jan. 15 Patras, Dubrovnik and Trieste.Nov. 9 Cherbourg and Southampton.Nov. 1 1 Dec. 9 Jan. 15 _r?s?. ntfr and Freight Services. For later sailinc- apply ai ?1 &. 24 STATE STREET. NEW YORK ifCTERN?T?oH?l MeRONTILE M?&INE COMP?NV AMERICAN LiNE *H. X.?CHTCRROLRO?SOLTHAMPTON New York.. 11 A. M. Oct. 16 ?Nov. 13 Dec. 11 St. Paul. . . 1 I A.M. Ut t. 23 Nov. 20 Dec. 18 Philadelphia. I 1 A.M. Oct. 30. Nov. 27 KKW rOKS-HAMRl BO Manchuria.II A. M. Oct. 21 Dec. 2 Mongolia .?2 Noon Nov. 4 Dec! 16 RED STAR LINE J?. T.?SaCTHAMPTON? ANTWERr Kroonland.I ! A.M. Oct. ?i Nov. 27 Lapland.II A.M. Oct. 30 Dec. 4 Finland .12 Noon Nov. 6 Dec. ! ! Zetland .12 Noon Nov. I 3 Dec. 18 OFFIGES, a BROADWAY, NEW YORK WHITE STAR LINE N. Y ? CHERBOl RO? SOLTHARTPTOI? Adriatic ...II A.M. Oct. 20 Nov. 17 Dec. 15 Olymp,. ... ? P.M. Nov. 6 Nov. 17 - NEW TORS?LIVERPOOL Celtic .12 Noon Nov. 6 Dec.) I Jan. ! ? Baltic.12 Noon Nov. 20 Dec. 24 - NEW ?ORK?AZORES?CIBBALTA? N APLJES?(. ENOA Canopic.3 P.M. Oct. 26 Dec. 16 Cretic.3 P.M. Nov. 9 Jan. J Fiers 58. 53. 63. 61, 62 North Rlvw LARGEST BR/TISH STEsXMER. ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE IN ALL THREE CLASSES WHITE STAR LIME- 9BROADWAY NY RESORTS LONG ISLAND Garden City, Lor*g Island. An ej .\ : i.-a n plan : ite] ??'.u ar. a la ca ? ??? restaurant Turkish ami Russian Hulk?. Excellent 18-Ho!e Golf Course Free to GaesU Krenuent electric trains from I'enn Btaiton .). ,1. ?. \NNIN CO.. Pro???. -pMW*UBL,'?*fato;a-BMM UONTCLAIK. .**<EW JEKSE? l?LALCOUNIitt H?iV?b Hotel Mcoiciair MONTI I.A1?. N. .1. Mrtf?T IIKI.K.HIHI.I.? SI TEATS? REMDENTIAf MUI'El. IN kKII llir.KS K l BIRR?. upen thi? t::rnr.t? rie An -IWVKRflVIP MAN'AflRMFVT rRHiPKirn c. hall rnvfAfr LAKLWOOD, N. J. I LAUREL IN THE PINES LAKEWOOD, N. J. Situated ai u : I : ~n<3 o\??? ? loklng La7 Golf, private lei ?? rid-tn*. - Elect 1 ? ..... Bra.- ;? S -. Ex ibang-a. FRANK J*. SHI TE. Mjt. AIL.-1MIC C1T\ ,ANT1 " city. ti. J. fnaurpaase?! tor hea!thfui Re?t ant Recroation. Iioihiuioiior l?atela ta Atlantic rity Ne? York. Santa Barbara and Lus Au??U?. CANADA Ojetean Firmtesjao, Helg-hta ef Old Qu?be< Canadian Pacific Hotel?. IM1 B'wa^ N. Y. BENNETT-DUNNING Tour? de Luxe SOUTH AMERICA December 1 ? February 23 INDEPENDENT TRIPS i: . Mi. H IIKRK, Steuathip and Pullman Rr_er.ati.____ Secured in Advance. AROUND THE WORLD Eastward November 20 full ytlteror?'? and informada? Bennett's Travel Bureau ,.0fi Fifth Arenne, "??-.v York. >'. V. ___??__________(_____?____?________? CANADIAN l'ACIEIC y M I VT \ t H?tela?Tran? ?'ominen-,-. A.? Year Rast? f. ?. PCRKY. (7 __.. i .___ He.L UM ft ?af. M. I Weht Indien ? ruis??*, Frank Tottliat Cu.. .83 Fifth Aye. Bet. ilat and 4_d ata. underbill " RESORTS VEW ENOLAX? Toor New England This Fall MOTOR OVER WELL l.l 11 T KOAD ? . . -, ..UK. IHK rONH -IH, ..KW EVER CHANOINO SCENE* .-EK RIMMKB'S (?KKIN TI'.'.S TO Al' TI MV ? ^( Mil hi \M) ?.Ol.... EN? JOY >MI 1 VGLAND \T ITS BEUT. AM) AFTER THF DAY'S KUR Qt VINT WAYSIDE INNS, MOIiF.R!. ( ITY HOTELS ?>K FA MOL. S RESORTS AWAIT YOl. fcti: _ far f;?? I.laa-rated Road Mas ta ?Balara. "New England Toara" V. _ t !?_? _msw i'. n __ ? a xm puhi'.ahad HOTEL A M SOI lATION. a hundrad of tt_? rta -?*__?'_..?__ 4? baat ut'.._i WILLIAM 51. __.ra_.ar Hota!, KIMRALL. ?V~rr??t__.<-y. NorlhaiuptoB. Uua THE IDEAL TOUR 1800 miles ihro_:_;h New Bn.iar.lt Scant? Wonderland. Kout? Book __r_a M?v ?i a_>pl: caOon USO B'way, N, \. cr lio..; Eiioa. Waterburj.. ? EKMONT Manrheater-tD-tbe-MoantaU-i. VERMONT OFFS FNT1I MiU'.MHER A. E. MARTIN. ______(__>?.