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Re?Orts_^>f_Shipping and News of Foreign Trade
Shipping Board Optimistic on Trade Outlook Rate_? About at the Lowest Now and Improvement Is in Sight. That Body Holds ; More Ships To Be Tied Up Will Now Receive Funds $40,000,000 Due From War Department, Aceording to Derision Just Rendered Improvement in the maritime situa? tion is now reported to be imminent in the view of the Shipping Board. "Officials of the board for the first time in many months are beginning to speak with optimism on shipping af? fairs," says n statement issued by the National Merchant Marine Association. "They express the belief that rates have now about reached bottom, and that while more ships will be with? drawn in the next few weeks some improvement is in sight. Admiral Ben? son and officials of the Division of Operation;-; concur in ths view. Reasons fcr this opinion are the more numerous inquiries for shipping ?pace and the better tone prevailing In industry generally. "Approxmately 350 steel vessels are now idle, having been withdrawn from operation by the board. Others will probably be withdrawn is the next month or six weeks, bringing the total to between 400 and 500. Change in Repairing Plan "The Shipping Board has adopted a resolution terminating in ninety days its contract with the Bureau of Survey for supervision of certain repair work. Admiral Benson has stated that for the present these duties will be handled by the director of the Division of Con jtnietion and Repair and that event? ually they will be taken over by Syn? dicate A, organized by the board and in.arance underwriters last summer." ? While the Shipping Board has been hampered by the rapid exhaustion of its funds, some relief is now in sight through the ruling of the Comptroller of the Treasury that the War Depart? ment must pay the board for the con? struction of eleven army transports at Hog Island. This decision is stated to involve the payment of about $40, 000,000. All of the transports have been delivered. Another ruling by the Comptroller of the Treasury holds that the War Department is not compelled to pay the Shipping Board for vessels seized in American harbors during the war and subsequently allocated to the army, including the ex-German steamers. Outlook for New Board Failure of the Senate to confirm the appointments of the present commis? sioners composing the Shipping Board h&_ brought out the fact that no sal? aries have been paid to the new board. The general understanding is that President-elect Harding will name a practically new board almost imme? diately after hia inauguration. There is considerable likelihood that Admiral Benson and possibly one other commissioner will be retained in order to maintain a connection with what has ??ready been done by the board. Representative G. W. Ed? monds, of Pennsylvania, a member of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, and Secretary of Commerce Alexander are among those talked of for places on the new board. More active steps toward the en? forcement of the merchant marine act are expected to follow Mr. Harding's inauguration. The present board has had the establishment of preferential rail rates on imports and exports car? ried in American vessels under consid? eration for some time, in conjunction with the Interstate Commerce Commis? sion, but no de^nite action has been taken. Completion of the bulk of the Shipping Board's fleet of 536-foot liners and the allocation of these ves? sels for service in the Pacific is said to be awaited in order to assure an adequate amount of liner tonnage in the Pacific trade under the American flag. Discrimination in Abeyance Action to secure the enforcement of the terms of the merchant marine act providing for the amending of com? mercial treatifs with foreign nations, so as to place this country in a position to provide discriminating duties and tonnage dues in favor of American ves? sels, is also lookevd for. President Wilson has refused to carry out the provision of the act in this connec? tion on the ground that it would breed international resentment. Senator Wesley L. Jones, chief sponsor of the merchant marine act, looks for steps to be taken with the. incoming of the new Administration. "1 am sure," he says, "that after March 4 we may expect action to un? shackle this country from those com? mercial treaty provisions which pre? clude us from imposing discriminating customs duties or tonnage dues in be? half of our merchant marine if we deem it ~>ise to do so. This will be brought about by the executive branch of the government giving the notices of abrogation required. President Ht.ding will follow the law, if I am not greatly mistaken. "If the Executive does not act Con? fess can do so, and I am sure it will do so when the general tariff leg? islation comeB up if it is deemed in ?'-r interest to re?nact the discrimi? nating duty system. The method of ?rogation provided in Section 34 of tae merchant marine act is the courte? ous way to do it, lut it is not the only ?ay." Special Airplane Mail Service For United American Lines Witt the sailing at noon to-morrow i of the United American Lines' steam ?hip Mount Clay, for Hamburg, a new ! Postal air service will be inaugurated, ! intended to expedite the delivery of j first class American mail in Germany, ?he Mount Clay will be met at Cux h?ven by aeroplane, which will carry *?? letters to Berlin and to other im? portant German centers, including Points in the Rhine district Other steamships of the New York Hamburg service, operated by the united American Lines and the Ham ourg-Amerlcan Line, will continue this aP?cial airplane mail icrvice. * " a ' ?'" - "'an Canadian Service Chance MONTREAL. Feb. 17.?Plena are un? der w?y to reorganize the shinning ?rt t*r?-t8 of the Canadian Pacific Rail "*._ so that ocean shipments will be managed by the railway staff instead . *? "*? subsidiary company known " th? Canadian Pacific Ocean Serv ?***, It ir? learned here to-day. Marine Reports THF, TIURS H!_._? wat?r X-ow water . . . AM I'M AM t?M Sandy ...ok. 3:42 4:16 10:20 10.30 ..?V,'M'nor* I*liin?l. ?1:07 4:44 10-.65 11:05 Hell Gate. R:40 6:22 - 12:46 ARRIVED VKSTKROAY Str Antonio ?Lepe? <Sp.. Barcelona, Jan -5; Valencia. Jan It; Malaca. Jan 28; Cadi., Jan 30; to th. Compon?a Tra._i?t I lantlca; with jam* and mdse; l'l?'r I, B R. I Sir Iroquol?, San Domingo, Feb K; | Mar-orla. Feh 8; Sunche?. Feb 1?; Porto ; Plata, Feb 11; Turk? ..land, Feb 12; to the Clyde Steamship Cn; with pas?, malls ? and tin!.?*,'; pier S4, Bklyn. Str Hurunul <Bf). Newcastle. Bng, Feb ' 4: to Morton. Lilly A Co; In ballaat; Pier 1* Bklyn. 8tr Mt__amH>? (Br), London, Feb 6; to ! the Atlantic Transport I_lne; with nuise; ; Pier il. M R. j Str Andrea F Lucrkenbach. Hamburg. F?b 4; to the Luckenbach Steamship I,lnc; j with mdse: ft SSd st. Bklyn. Str Chicago <Fr). Havre. Feb 3; to the ? Compagnie Generale Transatlantique; with ! pass, malls and nuise; Pier 57, N R. Str Caracas, La (Juayra, Feb 2; Porto Cabello, Feb 3: San Juan. Feb 11; to ? Hlls?, Pa'.lett & Co; with puss, malls and ' nuise; rier 11, Bklyn. Str Fort Victoria (Br), Bermuda. Feb 18; ti> th? Furness Bermuda Lin?, with I pass, malls and mdse; Pier 95, N R. Str Hckla (Dan), Manzanillo, Feb 6; i Philadelphia. * Feb 15; to the New York and t'uba Mall Steamship Co., with sugar; IV, timer's Refinery, Bdgewater. N J. Str Kastern Planet, Rotterdam, Jan 13; ?Bremen, Jan ?4: to Barber & Co, with i mdse; Pier 38, Bklyn. Str Re (.'Italia (It). Genoa, Jan S3; Napies, Jan II. to Furness, "Withy & Co, With pas? and mdse; Pier ?5. N R. Str Glenlyon (Br), Manchester. Feb 1; to Furness. Withy & Co. In ballast; Pier : 23. Bklyn. Str Carrillo, Cristobal, Feb 3; Cartegena, l Feb 4; Porto Colomboa. Feb 7; Kingston. 'Feb 11; Santiago. Feb 12; to the United Fruit Co, with pass, malls and mdse; Pier 16. K R. Str Floridlan. Philadelphia, Feb 1?; to Norton. Lilly & Co, in ballast; Morse's D n. Bklyn. Str Runa (Nor), Clenfuego?, Feb 11: to the Atlantic Fruit Co, with sugar; Fed ? eral ReUn^ry, Yonkera, N T. Sch General Geo C Hogg. Trinidad, Jan [21; to master, with asphalt; anchored oft i Staplcton, S I. Mtrs Finland, Antwerp. Feb 3; South? ampton and Cherbourg. Feb 6; Boston Feb I 10; to the Red Star Line, with mdse; Pier : -I. 1. R. Str Henry R Mallory. Naple?, Jan 23; Palermo, Jan 24; Bizerta Feb 3; to Mc Don?iell & Tru.ia, with pas? and mdse; anchored off Quarantine. Str Gugllelmo Pierce (Ital), Naple?. Feb 2; to Plerc- Bros & Co. with pass and 1 mdse: anchored off ?Quarantine. Stra Nora, Lobos, Feb 3; to the Grace ? Steamship Co, with oil; Pier 1, Tidewater, N J. Str United States (Dan). Copenhagen. Feb 4; Christiania, Feb 6; Boston, Feb IS; to Punch, Edye & Co,'with mdse; ft 17th st. Hoboken, N J. Strs Hamilton, Norfolk, to the Old Dominion Transportation Co, with mdse; Pier 26. N R. Str Cabo Creux (Span), Cadis, Jan 13; Cbraltar Jan 15; Algeclras, Jan 26; Phila? delphia, Feb. 16; to Santiago Briones. wlfh n ?l.se; Section 8, Erie Bason, Breakwater, B'klyn. S?;hooner Tollna. Pernambuoo. J&n 5; Barbados Jan 26; to the Veritas Commer? cial Corporation, In ballast; Carteret, N J. Str Canoplo (Br), Naple? via Boston; off Quarantine. str Rogler (Belg), Antwerp; oft Quar? antine. Str Arapahoe, Jacksonville and Charles? ton; to the Clyde Steamship Co; with pass and mdse: off Quarantine. Berth Changes Vessel: Transferred to: Betterton.Foot Dlkeman St. B'klyn Bvron... <%.Pier 15, Hoboken Cannova.Foot Smith st, B'klyn Cantbaa.Pier 18. CommunipaW, N J Ida.Morse's D D. B'klyn Maryland.Pier 68, N R Sagadohoc.Pier 18, Communipaw, N J Santa Leonora..Pier 4, Hoboken The Angeles.oot Dupont ?t, B'klyn Tefuku Blaru. Pier 3. Constanble Hook N J Walter D Munson. . .Warner's Refinery, Edgewater. N J West Caruth.Pier 22, B'klyn INCOMING STF-AMSHIPS Due To-day Vessel. Port. Departure. Celtic.........Liverpool .Feb S Themlstocles.Piraeus.Jan 29 Fengelly.Port Said...Jan 17 Rosalind.St John.Feb 10 South P.le.Barry .Jsn 27 Gen W C Qorgoa. . .Haiti .Feb It Monterey.Havana .Feb 12 C of Montgomery. -Savannah .Fell 16 Arapahoe.Jacksonville .Feb 15 j Da* To-morrow Leopoldina.Havre .Feb ? Caroline.Bordeaux .Feb 3 MasKtlta.Glasgow .Feb 9 Gen H F Hodges. . .Cristobal ,,.Feb. 12 , Dae Suaday Roman Prince.Havre .Jan 30 Calabria.Gibraltar .Feb 6 1 Canoplc.St Michaels. . . ..Feb SI '"Mamares.Cristobal.Feb 12 1 I,enape.Jacksonville .Feb 17 Due Monduy Savoie,.Havre.Feb 12 i Rotterdam.Plymouth .Feb 12 ? Escolano.Barcelona .Feb 2? M Washington.Rio de Janeiro. . .Feb 6! Wacouta.Havana .Feb IS ? Ft Hamilton.Bermuda.Feb 18 Ponce.San Juan.Feb 15 ' Dae Tuesday Aquitanta.Southampton . .. .F.b 16 : Marrchur'.a.Danzig .Feb 8 C of Savannah.Savannah ,. Feb 19 t Apache.Jacksonville . .. .Feb 19 | OUTGOING STEAMSHIPS Sail To-day Mall Vessel Closes. sails ?Adriatic. Southampton 8:00 AM 12:00 M ! Bergensfjord, Bergen...10 :30 AM 2:00 PM ?Panama. Cristobal.12:00 M 4:0. PM Sail To-morrow I Nleuw Amsterdam, Rot? terdam. 8:00AM 11:00k I Columbta, Glasgow.... 8:00 AM 12.-00 M ' SuMquehanna, Dan.lg. . 5:00 AM 12:00 M ; Mount Clay. Hamburg. 9:00 AM 1:00 PM I Dem d'Aosta, Naples. 8:30 AM 12:00 M Leon X?II. Cadiz. 8:00 AM 12:00 M Sun Leonora. Cristobal 6:30 AM 9:00 AM Santa Clara, Buenos Ayres .12:00M 3:00 PM Rosalind. St^ohn's. .. . S:_TfAM 12-00M Ziic.i?, Kingston. 7:30 AM 11:00 AM Ft Victoria. Bermuda. 7:30 AM 11:00 AM Toloa, Port Limon.... 8:30 AM 12:00 M Mohawk, San Juan- 8:30 AM 12:00 m Parlrna, Demerara.12:00 M 3:00 PU Lake Ledan, Cartagena t- 12:00 M Munamar, Antllla. ? '12-00 M Arapahoe, Jacksonville. 12:00 U Sail Sunday Finland, Antwerp. 8:00 AM 12:00 M Bail Monday Asia, Marseilles...-10 :30 AM 3:00 PM ? Barracoo, Tenerlffe . . . . 12 :00 M 3:00 PM ' ? Hilarlas. Buenos Ayres 8:30 AM 12:00 M i Monterey. Vera Cruz.. 8:30 AM 12:00 M j i Murar?, Trinidad.10:00 AM 2:00 PM 1 Luke Fackler, Klng?tonl2:00 M _:0>i I'M i ? Megantic. Kingston. . . . - 12:00 M j .lavary, Turks Isle....- 11:00AM C of Mntgmy, Savannah- 3:00 PM | Sail Tuesday Chicago, Havre. 8:30 AM 12:00M Old Ho State. London. 1:30PM 3:00 PM Carrillo. Santa Marta. 8:00 AM 12:00 M Lenape. Jacksonville..- 12:00 M TRANSPACIFIC MAILS The connecting mails close at the Gen- ! eral Postofflce and City Hall Po_tnff.ee ; Station, New York, at * p. m., as follows: Japan. Corea. China. Siberia, French Indo- I china. Netherland East Indie? (except i Sumatra) and Philippine Islands, via ! Y.n.ouver and Victoria, B. C, ?team- I ship En?press of Japan. February H. Hawaii, via San Francisco, steamship i Matsonl?, February 18. Hawaii. Philippin? Islands, French Indo- ! china ami specially addressed mal' for ' Straits Settlement? and British India, via ' S?n Francis-?), steamship Wolverln? i State, February 20. Hawaii. Samoan Islands. Australia and : specially addressed for New Zealand, ! via San Francisco, steamship Ventura, i February 24. Tahiti, Marquesas. Cook Islands, N?w ? Zealand and Australia, via San Fran cisco, -teamsnip Tahiti, February 28. Reports by Wireless From the U. S. Naval Commu? nication Station [Distance ta given In ndles. R .port? are dated at nooa unies? otherwise ?p?ctned._ Achilles ??1 S Cap? H*nry Feb 16. Aom. 320 BW Hatteras Feb 16. Acolu* 2537 SE Anilirim Feb 16. Agwlworld 120 NE Jupiter 8 AM Feb 17, Algonquin .709 from San Pedro S PM Feb 15. Anc?n 18 S Cap? Henry Feb 16. Andrew Jackson lat 26 SI Son 67 St Feb 16. Anna K Morse ?0 12 Ambrose 6:20 PM Feb 17. Arapahoe 147 S Scotland LV Feb IT. Ario 10 S Sand Key Feb I?. RaU.ro._t G. N Hatteras Feb 17. Bessemer 16 SSW Nassau Island Feb It. Beatrice 150 S Tampa Bar Teh 16. B'.ack Arrow passed Jupiter 3 AM Feb 17 Br?*l.: r lat 34 3? Ion 16 4? Feb 17 ?i.',' ^KV"W 3,T5 from BRf- Francisco 8 I'M Feb 15. Buenos Ayres ISO SE Beaufort N C 6 PM Feh 1?. Calor?a R?0 ENE Tampico Feb HI. CapllM 6SS E Capo Henlopen Feb 16? Carltottj lat 3? S3 ion SI lo Feb 16. City of Freepnrt 40 W San.l Key Feb 17, Clement Smith 10 N Bodle island Feb 17 Conch? 211 S Scotland LV Feb 17 I ?ody 770 SNE Halteraa Feb 16. Coldsprlnir 61? S Cape Henry S PM Feb IC in tow S ft Elkton. Colombia IS58 from San Francisco 8 PM Feb 15. Commack let 31 65 Ion 71 20 Feb 13. CotiCbO 211 S Scotland LV Feb 17. Cook 165 S Ambrose Feh 17. ?Costiffftft lut 33 18 long 60 SS, Feb 16 Cotopuxl :;o s ti.,?p.. ;.... F,.b i?. ! Creole State 1.06a W Honolulu g PM Feb 15, ? Cristobal 40 S Cape Henry Fob 17. ?Cubn. 14 N Jupiter Feb 16. D G Mfifleld 1,635 8 San Francisco 8 PM I Feb 15. Dannetlallce 68 SW Hatteraa Feb 17. | Danville 30 N Jupiter Feb 1? : Deianson lat .18 20 Ion 63 30 Feb IC e D?roche 102 S Scotland LV Feb 17 I ; Devolente 95 S Jupiter Feb 17 Eastern Glen SS4 S Cape Henry Feb 16 Edward _, Doheny 10S NE Halteras Feb 17. El Capit?n 194 N Halteras Feb 17. Elkton 515 ? Cape Henry 3 PM Fob 16 | Towintr S S Col.?spring. Etullcott Rio from Cape Henry F.>b 17 Englewood 258 S Hatteraa Feh 17 Esparta 800 N Santa Marta Feb 16. ?Everett 3 E Cross Rip LV Feh 17. Eugene V H Thayer 140 W Sand Key Feb 17. [? 4 ^?c?r ,20U WNW Tortugas Feb 1(5. Fred W Weiler 120 W b S Sand Key Feb 16. Frederick Luckenbach 1,643 from San i Pedro 8 I'M Feb 15. Gen Qco W Goethala 79 NW Port au Prince Feb 3 6. !?eJ5eI*i?H F HodS'S 4936 S Scotland LV Feb 16. 1 Golden State lat 28 17 ion 76 30 Feb 17. (rrlffdu 129 W Salina Cruz 8 PM Feb 15. (?ulfland 22 SW Nantucket LV Feb 17 Gulftlght 63 E Sand Key Feb 17 towing bg Shenango. Gulf of Mexico ?0 W Tortugas Feb 16. H C Folger 42 8 Scotland LV 8 PM Feb 16 Hagan 149 S Ambrose Feb 17 Hogood 1S6 W Cape San Antonio Feh 1?. llahatonka 1 SO WNW Sand Ker Feb IC Halsey 23 S Baltimore Feb 17. Hawkey,- State 400 from Baltimore 8 PM Feb 18. Herbert L Pratt S3 W Sand Key Feb 16. Herbert G Wylie 63 W Sand Key i*eb 16. Ilium? 148 w San?) Key Feb 17. Hoven 120 SW Nantucket LV Feb 17. Hoxie lat 37 24 Ion 41 24. Feb 36. Huguenot "62 E Tamfflco Feb 17. Imlay 3.034 from San Pedro 8 I'M Feb 15. lrxjold lat 41 49 Ion 48 02, Fob 16. .1 E O'Neill 138 W Sand Key Feb 16. Japan Arrow 13 W by fi Sand Key Feb 1?. Jean 40 E Sanii Key Feb 17. -lohn D Rockefelior ISO S Hattern? Feb 16. John Englla 1,504 E Overfall* 8 PM Feb 16. Joslah Macy 40 W Sand Key Feb 17. Kehuku S8 S Jupiter Fob 17. L J Drake 28 E Sand Key Feb 16. La Brea 1,600 from Port San Luis 8 PM Feb 15. Lake Candelaria ISS RW Hatters* Feb 17. Lake Kit-mere pd Charleston 5 PM Feb 16. Lake Farlatell 69 S Tampa Bar Feb 16. Lake Filbert 680 from San Francisco 2 PM Feb 15. Lake Folcroft 825 S Ambrose Feb 17. Lake Fraley lat 35 29 Ion 7 4 37. Feb 17. Laramle 160 S by E Capo Charles Feb 17. Liberty Boll 230 E Cape May F?ib 17. Llgonier 34 E Rand Key Feb 17. Lllmae 180 W Sand Key Feb 16. Lurline 1.287 from San Francisco 3 PM Feb 15. Maiden Creek 15 SE Tortugas Feb 17. Margus lat 35 14 Ion 3? 43 Feb 16. Martha Washington 272 ESE St Thomas Fob 16. Mexico 92 NE Savannah Feb 16. Montana 179 E Ambrose Feb 17. Monterey 212 S Scotland LV Feb 17. Nedmac 130 E Delaware capes Feb 16. New York 139 S Jupiter Feb 16. Nile (Br S S) 246 from* San Francisco 8 PM Feb 16. Orcus 400 N San Salvador Feb 17. O T Waring 15 S Jupiter Feb 16. Panaman S*?4 E Ambrose Feb 16. Paulsboro 95 ENE Sand Key Feb 18. Pearl Don 3 E Sand Key Feb 16. Phoenix 20 N Fowey Rocks Feb 16. Porto Rico 243 E Ambrose Feb 17. Bolter 12 N Hatteras Feb 17. Rayo 190 WNW Tortugas Feb 16. Rochester 20 E Sand Key Feb 16. Rock Island 700 E Cape Henry Feb 17. Romulus 33 S Hatteras Feb 17. Rotterdam 1,506 E Ambrose Feb 17. Rosan Maru lat 31 IS Ion 71 10 5 PM Feb 16. Ruth 285 N E Cape Henry Feb 17, S C T Dodd 2,610 from Hilo 8 PM Feb 17. S M g-pauldtne 102 NB Hatteras Feb 17. S B Hunt 11 S Sand Key Feb IG. Salina 3063 from San Francisco 8 PM Feb 15. San Gregorio 97 S Jupiter Feb 18. Sun Mateo 76 from Watllngs Island Feb 16. Sania Crus 609 W San Francisco 8 PM Feb 15. Santa Eulalia lat 38 40 Ion 74 04 Feb 17. Schoharie 1000 E Cape Henry Feb 16. Sharon 510 AV Sand Key Feb 16. Shinsel Maru lat 39 43 Ion 69 62 ? Ai Feb 17. Socony 121 W Rand Key Feb 16. Solltair?* 160 W Sand Key Feb 16. Suffolk 15 E Cape Henry Feb 17. Texas 240 S Scotland LV Feb 17. Trlmountatn 153 NE Halteras Feb 17. TuscaloOBa City 75 NNE Hatteras Feb 17 Vacuum 55 N Hatteras Feb 17. Venexuela 2?06 frurx- San Francisco 8 PM Feb 15. Virginia 118 N Hatteras Feb 17. Vulcan U 8 S 1300 E Bar Harbor Feb 16. W H Llbby. 31 S Hatteras Feb 17. IV S Itheem SS8 E Cape Henry Feb 17. WaOOUta 218 W Havana Feb 16. Warwick 110 NNK Hatteras Feb 17. West Jessup 3031 from Cape Flattery 8 PM Feb 16. West Kebar 525 NW Balboa S PM Feb 16. West Z.*da lat "10 30 Ion *2 26 Feb 16. West Zucker 1375 E Cape Henry Feb 16. Western Oten 1150 E Ambrose Fob 16. Western Plains 600 E Nantucket LV Feb 17. Wlco 57 E by N Sand Key Feb IG. Wildwood &30 S Ambrose Feb 16. Wlnnebago lat 31 11 Ion 73 33 Feb 10. William M Burton 40 K Sand Key Feb 17. William N. Page 190 SW by W Nantucket Feb 17. Torba Linda 1260 from Balboa 8 PM Feb 15. AMERICAN PORTS BALTIMORE, Feb. 17.?Arrived: Sirs Charles II. Cramp, San Francisco, etc, via ? Philadelphia; Inspector. Quanlca; Tulaa. Rotterdam; K'-nbane Head (Br), Queens- : town; West Mingo, New York. Salle.!: Strs Misklanxa. Norfolk; Coelleda, Glas? gow; Lake Elon, San Juan: Yaka, Rotter? dam, via Philadelphia; Cornish City (i'r). Hamburg, via New York; Margaret, Boca Grande; Matoa, Boston; Hahira, Port Lobos. BOSTON, Feb 17?Arrived and sail??.!: Str Guantlco, Norfolk and Providence. Ar? rived: Strs Gaitymore (Br), Glasgow; Thistl-mor?- (lit). Baltimore, via Norfolk, for Liverpool; Mercer Victory, Antwerp, Grecian. Philadelphia; J. H. DevereUX, Philadelphia; Joniwicy, Norfolk; Mahop&C (Br). London (latter 16lh). Sailed: Strs Wuthena. Antwerp and Hamburg; Mel rose. Baltimore; Rexmoro (Br). Baltimore and Newport News; San Jose, Havana; Harvey H. Brown. Norfolk. CHARLESTON. S C, Feb 17?Arrived: Str Apache, New Yorlt (and proceeded to Jacksonville). Balled: Str Baldhill. Port Li-bos. GALVESTON, Feb 17?Arrived: fctrs Nosaia (Br), Liverpool; Hornby Castle ' (lir) Antwerp via Tampa; Ridwell. New ? Orleans; Glasgow Maru (Jap). Norfolk; Ansalrto San Giorgio I (It), Valparaiso; Mongolia (owed). New Orleans; W M ' Irish, Brunswick; Mexicano, Tampico. Ralleil* Sire Panoli, Tampico; Mari;, Statl-atos (Ok), west coast of Italy; ' Cn.orge H Jones, New York. JACKSONVILLE, Fla, Feb 17?Arrived : j Strs Cuba. Havana; Rockpori, Key West; ; Lpke Ellsmere. Boston; Point Bonita, Los] Angeles. Railed: Strs Lenape, New York; i Natal, Chile. .?,,,? , _ MOBILE. Ala. Feb 17?Arrived: Strs j Nodle Island, Charleston: Cape Henry, ! Baltlmo-e: sehr Marie Brown. San Do- ( ii.Ingo. Sailed: Sehr Cape Blomidon, ; Mc.es Point. NORFOLK. Feb 17?Arrived: St?] Deepwater, Cristobal; Erik II (Dan). ! Jacksonville; Amasls (Nor) Cienfuegos; , Progress (Dan), Baltimore; Leonlta (Sp). Bilbao': Pawnee, Port Arthur; Jefferson, j New York- Brandon. New England, j Sailed: Strs British Maple (Br). Amster? dam- Malveru Range (Br), Rotterdam; , Baygota (Br). Havre; Mississippi (Br), ; London; Eretsa Mendl (Sp). Alores; Tax- > amlrlt-r (Br), Galveston: C>reti(It). Gi? braltar: Amaranto (Port), Gibraltar; Suf- | folk Marseilles; Dakotan. Alexandria. NEWPORT NEWS. Feb 17?Arrived: e Sirs Progress (Dan). Baltimore; Erik II iDan) Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA. Feb 17?Arrived: Strs; Commack, Dunkirk; Gulfoil. Port Arthur; Dorchester, Boston; Norfolk, Boston; Hay- i onne New York; Jeanette Skinner. Rio de | Janeiro. Sailed: Strs Nuamhok, Bremen;' j w Van Dyke, Port Lobos. Delaware . Breakwater, Del. Feb 17?Sailed: Probably? str Lake Arllno (from Manzanillo), Hew York. PORT ARTHUR. Tex, Feb 17?Arrived: Strs GlentwOTth (Br), the Tyne; Sucrosa. Tampleo. Sailed: Sire Sagaporack, South America; Roatioke, Tampleo; Laurel. South America: Winifred, Galveston. PORT TAMPA. Feb 17?Arrived : Str j Caler?a, Tampleo. PORT BADS, Feb 17?Arrived: Strs Baja California (Nor). Frontera; Chinampa, 1 Baltimore. Palled: Sir's Alabama, Tarn-i pico; AmeteldUk (Dt). Rotterdam: Bar- j badi?n (Br), Antwerp; Cartago. Cristobal ; Coahuli* (Mex), Vera Crus; Franklin Kl Lune, T??n?pico; Hlbuerss (Hond). Blue-' fields:; Jame? Ttmpson, Bellte; Lombarda! (owed), CSentuegos; Lucellne (Br), Bor? deaux; Managua (Nlo), Kingston: Momus. j New York; Sago Und (Swed), Glasgow, i f Stvnturce. Porto Rico; Pan Pasr.ua!, Tarn ! pl_?o; Venator (Nor). Tampico. PORTLAND. M<-, F-h 17?Salle?.: Strs ' Transportation, ll?ltln.o.e. SAVANNAH. ?;?,. Feb 17?Arrived: Str Howard, Jacksonville, anil ?ailed for Bal? timore. TAMPA. Fla, Feb 17?Arrived: Rtr? Beatrice, Tlnlilinore: Lake Farlstel!, New Tork; Malay. Honduras. Salle.1: Strs Al? tan-aba, Cardenas; Charles E Harwood. Tampico. FORF.IGN PORTS Departures for New York FATAL. Feb 16?S S .South Polo, from ? St N'n.uhe. MANCHESTER. Feb 16?S S Bovlc (Br). RuTTERDAM. Feb 16?S S Elverlc (Br), Sanity Hook. CLVDH, ]->b 16?S S Algeria (Br) (ex Kliiot.ir, ). LI?}ITU. Feb 18?8 R Graciana (Br). FKKU..L, Feb 10?3 S Evelyn. PORT said. Feb il?S S Taketoyo (Jap), from Calcutta. LISBON, Feb I?'.?? S Mormugao (PO. ROTTERDAM. Feb 15?S S R.llhaven. roRT SAID, Fob 15?S _ Santa Clara, from Calcutta. NAPLES, Feb 1??8 8 Cretlc (Br). Arrivals from New >'nrk GIBRALTAR. Feb IB?Str Italia (Br). HONG KONG, Feb 14?Str Duquesne. SAL?NICA. Feb 2?Str Oraecla (Swed). SMYRNA, Feb 14?Str Orlstano (Br). MONTEVIDEO, Feb 15 ?Str Taurus (Nor), vin Rio de Janeiro. MOLLF.NO, Feb jr.?Str F.bro (Br), via Hafvana ?ml Panama. TENERIFFE, Feb 16?Str West Hum haw. DL'NKDIN. Feb 12?Str Essex, via Pan? ama; l.th. Bellbuckle, via Panama. HAVRE, Feb 1:1?Str La Lorraine (_?_*). Army Orders From The Tribune's TVa ._i>i_.fon Bureau WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. ? Army orders issued to-day follow: Infantry Walker, MaJ. J, C. Jr., to Chicago. Llufrlo. Capt. J, W., to San Francisco. McNulty, 2d Lt. J. A., to Governor's Island. f Brady, Lt. W. H.. to Camden. Dental Corps Jones, Lt. J. IL. to Fort Sam Houston. Mockbee, Lt. J. B.. to San Francisca). ! Bogan. Capt. H. L.. to Fort Rlley. Qlasoeoh, Lt. C. II., to Camp Pike. Rugrgles, Lt. E. IL, r?sign?e!. Cavalry McCall, Lt. C. __,, to Fort OKl'thorpe. Ryan, Lt. Col. J. J., to Marfa. Allen, Capt. II. R.. to Fort Sam Houston. Miscellaneous ' Hale, Maj. R. A., Med. C, to Boston. ? WhlteU-gg, Lt. It. F.. Ord., to Syracuse. Young, Capt. G., Q. M. C, resigned. Navy Orders From The Tribune's .ra.Mnp.cm Bureau WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.?Navy orders issued to-day follow: I Behlow, Lt. W. A., to San Diego. I Collins, Gun. R, J., to V. a. 3., Florida. ? Davis. Lt. J. VV., to Santo Domingo. I Gould, Lt. M. M., to Washington. ! Kofelmoier, Lt. Com. I. G., to Annapolis. | Manegoid, Lt. (J. g.) C. W? to U. S. S. ! Napa. Marstellar, Lt. A. A., to Great Lakes | McDonnell, Lt. Com. W. N., to Great Lakes. I Merrill, Lt. H. P., to Newport. I Meyers, Ch, Carp. J. P., lo U. S. S. Pitts? burgh. . ? Turner. Lt. A. D., to Norfolk. Waters. Ens. S. __., to V. S. S. Paul Jones. Barbey, Lt. Com. D. E., to Hag secretary on str... Rear Adl. Bristol. Rehlmigle, Carp. W. H., to l". 3, Sherman, Ens. W. K., lo V. S. S. Oiympla. Jenkins. Lt. L. R., to Salt Lake City. Thompson, Lt. A. C. to Richmond. RESORTS ATLANTIC CITY, ft. i. ; O'Ca?lahan Asks Labor Council to Aid Ireland _, Lord Mayor Also Addresses an Audience of 3,000 in Jersey City High School Daniel O'Callahan, Lord Mayor of ! Cork, addressed the Central Trades and 1 Labor Council last night prior to ?crossing the Hudson River and gctfng che freedom of Jersey City from Mayor Hague. Before 3,000 persons in Dick? inson High School, Jersey City, he spoke for political recognition of tho 'Irish republic" by the United States, but his remarks to the Labor Council were just a plea for American relief. "The English have turned their guns nwny from the armies opposing them in the field," he said, "and have turned them upon women and children and upon homes and factories, to bring want and suffering in the whole coun? try." Cheers and applause greeted Mayor O'Callahan when ne entered the labor council hall and his plea was granted in the adoption of a resolution calling on ali unions to support Irish relief and to invite their locals and central bodies in every city to do the same. It was ?explained that similar resolu? tions had been -adopted at previous meetings and that the repetition was merely a compliment to Mayor O'Calla? han. After he departed the council occu? pied two hours in discussing what were regarded as attempts by employers to break the hold of union labor. A com? mittee of twenty-five, headed by John P. Ccughlin, of the machinists, was ap? pointed by John Sullivan, president, to wage a campaign against open shop propaganda, and the committee was or? ganized to ask Mayor "Hylan to pre? vent John P. Leo, Street Cleaning Com? missioner, from disorganizing a union built up in this department through a hard struggle. It was reported that Mr. Leo -had refused to meet union representatives about grievances. Fire Record A.M. LO.SS. 1:10?710-713 11th st.: Abraham -W FtenbiK-k .Unknown 1:40??.'?2 6th st.; Victor Novelty Co.Unknown 2:50?142 B. 25th at..; N*. T. Machin? ery Co.Unknown 3:20?22.14 Ryer av., the Bronx; un? known .Unknown 6:10?Foot 60th at., fta.t River, shan? ty oa dock; N, Y. Steam Heat? ing Co.Unknown 6:G5?144 W, 117th at.; unknown. Unknown 10:00?.473 H. 10th at.; Jacob Ad, 1er .Unknown 10:05?7S5 Columbus av.; Sadie Ouck man . . . ,.Unknown 10:36?-US W. ?1st st.; A. B. Amy. Unknown P.M. 12:10?5S B. 102?! _st.; unknown ... .Trifling 12alS?152 W. 3-th st., O.hko.h, Man? ufacturing Co.Unknown 12:55?26 13. Broadwuy, rubbish; un knniw a .Ti-lfiing 1:05?147 5th av.; Symons Dry gaiods Co.Unknown 2:_0?11.-5 Mercer st.; Daniel Nar KESORTS ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. \\%sMn?tor?s Birthday A O i T-V ^smsmm *> Every state in the Union is represented on that fascinating Boardwalk, the finest Seashore Promenade the world has ever seen. A delightiul Season for a visit to the shore. Bright, sunny days to charm you out of doors, where every recreation and attraction await vou. SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAM AT THE HOTELS GOLF. MOTORING. ROLLER CHAIRING ON THE BOARDWALK. HORSE? BACK RIDING ON THE BI'CII, SALT - WATER SWIMMING POOLS, THEATRES, PIERS. DANCING. CONCERTS, MOVIES. ETC. THE LEADING IIO IT S K S Unexcelled for Cuisine and Honpitality. Always cpen. Phor.e, Wire or Write for Information, Rate?. Etc. (All are American plan, unless otherwise notsd.) H?rIk-rsujjh-BIfnh?im ?osiuh White* Sons Co. Amer. & Eu. Pians Hotel Dennis Walter J. Buzby Hotel St. Charles Edward E. Grosscup, Trustee Alamor Hotel Amer. & Eu. Plan? Mark Latz Co. The Breekers Amer. A Eu. Plan? Joel Hi II man, Prop. Hotel Strae-f* F. B. Off and H. C. Edwards Seaside House F. P. Cook's Sons The Wiltshire Samuel Ellis, Oiamer N. J. Collins, Mjr. Three hours from New York via Centra! R. R. of N, J., Stations Liberty Street and 23rd Street, or via Penna. R. R. from Pennn. Station. Through Pullman f service. Consult local ticket agents for further information. Q**fi# ?___\mCW/____?ia_.ltW>__^^^ Galen Hall Galen Hall Co. Hotel Chelsea J. B. Thompson i Co. The Shelburne European Plan J. Weikel, M_r. The Moimhurst A. II. Darnell Hotel Morton Bell & Cope, Owners ATLArMTfC ?CITY.N. J. AA.An\?iwc&ft Plan. Hotel ?f DisimctiniMui RcalComi?rt rmfiraooroAi-A?t. i ?MWscinr ?soc. H%ftarJtj Q^M A??aniic Cify 'tis the .MAC rirmmjhvc/fr>i> an r<A^.Goerrt^ttva?k i$Wmb.t?r-^t-***-c*c- L.Av_-co.4t Laurel-iRthe Pines UKEWOOP.NJ. Situated among the Pines and overlooking Lake Caisse?, ?jo New "Palm Gri!l"-lS--ole Golf Course, Horseback Riding. Mo'oring Picturesque Walks. Mimic. Private Garage. New E'ectro-hy.jii-tfeerapy Bath 3ysteo? F1UNK F. SHOTK, M .nagrer Branch Office of GEO A. HUHN & SON? Meml*ers Now York Stock Exchange LONG ISLAND ANNO CJ? CE A KKD1CTION IN RATES Dl KING PRESENT SEASON. ?I2arIborougl>lBlcnTiciin ATLANTIC CITY.N..J. ?I?>?e?h White? - Son? Co rripmny. -"" JL? l?forlds Createst Hotel Success ATLANTIC CITY, K. J. Unsurpassed for healthful Rest ami Recreation. GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND. Aa exclusive suburban hotel, 11 mile? fr?m N?i Yoe-k. with 'requttn electric train ?trrtc? fror Penn. Station. Special Winter Rates Nov. to May _J. J. LANNIN CO., Prop?. mmWSMmWf??USSmmsmWmWmWOmWsmWtlmWS?U MONTCLAIR, N. J. NEW YORK STATE IDEAL COUNTRY HOME MONTCLAIR, N*. .1. MOST DKI.K.HTi'lIJ.Y SITUATED . RESIDENTIAL HOTEL IN NEW" ; YORK'S SCIUHB.S. e.i-'KN THE entire; year. OfWERSHIP MANAGEMENT. FREDERICK C. HALL COMPANY. 3 Minutes from aran? Central. Bi> electric trains daily, City r.?n Tenienres In the country. Grill? DarnriDg?Daily concerts. Accejmae dat? 400. L?wr?>ncB Park. Bronitiil?. N. T. Henri Puuchey Sc Son. Inc., Lessee IiOONTON, N. J. :k Beds. Open all year. Folder VINCENT. Uoonioa. N. J. WINTER SPORTS POLAND SPRING Skatlo?. Slilin?. Slilihlnei. Toi-oig?ui_-_, Coastln?. The Glen .-?.?rings, Wut kins Glen, N. Y. OHers inttlh_eut rest. NORTH CAROLINA PINTVHT'HST. N. C. America's winter sport Golf and all sports. Tampa Bay Hotel Season Jan. 1 to Apl. It. 2 Hole Golf Courses, W. ON IT??? Coast ?f Florida. 10. t Eightesn P. Adams. Mgr. The Manor. A-hevUle. N? C.?In A.msrio?, an Bias lieh l__. - VIRGINIA THK HOMESTEAD VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS For .booklet of FLORIDA EAST COAST Resorte write 3? -Fifth Ave.. New Tort WEST VIRGINIA "While Sulphnr Springs, the baths and ne-H_. W. T?^-Oolf. CANADA .CHATEAU FRONTENAC. QUEBEC, CAN? ADA, for Joyous winter holidays. CAV\DI\N PACIFIC RAILWAY V. R. I'EllHV, U.A. Pas?. Dipt.. VIZI B'-MQT, kover.Unknown 3:00?RhlnelandT ?and H??!l<imJ ?v*. lot .None 3:50?177th st. and I'ovve',1 av., tha Bronx, l?,t .None 3:96?119 Norfolk st.. ?ynasjoptue. Unknown 4:30?226th nt., bet. White 1'lalns rd. an?l Carpenter av., lot.. ...tinknown 4:25?252 \V. 47th st.. auto repair sh?>p: M. Brenner.,.Unknown 4.25 ?151 Courtlandt av., the B-?-on_, auto; Benjamin Kulman.on Unknown 6:05?221 E. 128th st. ; William Payn?. I'd known 6:10?187 Spring st.: Domtnlck An fr?ros_ .Unknown 6:40?346-34. E. S'.'th ?t., paint -hop: Dept Plant and StrT__tUr<.s .TrifilriR 7:05?124 W. 21st st.; H. & M. Em bromery Co.Unknown 7:30?201 W. C4th st., auto; Henry Savage :.Trlfllm. C:E0??ScuifWtck av. on?l ISSth st., va? cant lot ..Unknown 8:25?14X0 Madison av.; Charlea Lto schlt. .Unknown 8:30?18 W. 4th st., Lawrence Lustir. Unknown 9:00?67 E. ?5th St.; Morris Felrman. Blight 3:15?Cpurtlandt and Frisby avs., va? cant lot .Unknown 9:40?300 W. MJth st.: Ernest Iai< wltz .Unknown 9:45?272 Monroe st.; unknown.None 11:20?10 Montsromery St.; Bernarl Flatter .Utlknown TRAVEL QUEENSTOWN (When permuted) ?BOULOGNE?LONDON First Class Onlir?Luxurious Nev: ie-Knot Ships OLD NORTH STATE.Feb. 22??Mar. 29 PANHANDLE STATE.Mar. 15?Apr. !9 NEW YORK?NAPLES?GENOA Cabin and 3d Class POCAHONTAS.Feb. 23?Apr. 7 PRINCESS -v.ATOIKA.lY.ar. 8-Apr.21 NEW YORK?BREMEN?DANZIG Cabin and 3d Ciass SUSQUEHANNA....Feb. 19?Apr. 6 ANTIGONE.Mar. 12?Apr. 30 45 BROADWAY 'Phone 1200 Whitehall ICO ALL-EXPENSE CRUISES $180 UP .ncludingmeals and stateroom accommodations to and around Island and return to New York. Sailings Saturdays for 16-day cruises and on alternate Wed? nesdays fot 20-day cruises. Big, comfortable steamers especially equipped for tropical service. PORTO RICO LINE 11 Broadway, New York Easter Cruise B?ftST MARCH 23 West _nd.es, Panama Canal, Su^ih America Specially Selected Port? of C?U Deightia! Shore Excursions (SPEND EASTER IN HAVANA) WH.TE ST*R L.*_? s.s. MEGAWTIC LARGEST SHIP TO TROPICS Book now; $400 and up Earli>_r Cruise starts February 21 Intern a tionai ftAereaatth Marine So 9 Brot d way. N. Y_, or i-ocal A ??set? GR?EEIINE Direct Forimghti/ Passenger Service PERU and CHILE via PANAMA CANAL S. S. Santa Luisa, Feb. "?3 Calling at Cristobal, Callao, Arica, Iquique, At.to.aj.a_ta and Valparaiso. Will make special call at Molleado, Peru. W. R. GRACE & CO., Ag_nt? JO Hanover Square, Xevr York Telepnon?. Bowlin? Green 4610 Wercr+ter. 84.IC Pravid-nre ?!!.?;t, (S34, OITSH-E STATE?Oo_?l8. $!.??. Daily, Including j-uoday, i;0? P. M. Fror:, fiar 13. _0. K. Phoua 2700 Bi.-mtl. a._*__?i? tu triai <*_ ^t____?u-.u-_i?!H- o ______ "The P_?_..c Be Platted" COLONIAL LINE BOSTON, 55.6?. Steaaer ar.<_ Rail PROVIDENCE, $3J9. Direct Steamer _fe?m_r lea?? Pisr 38, N. R., Ft. W. H.ett.n St.. aatly an. Sunday at 5 P. U. f?h_a? 0491 6?fii._. EUROPE Btpk HaaU) i or Auk f-.ll?II? Knows. Intl^nriMlriir Trnrel f'oi..l'i?*ti?._ Partie??. Spring and Summer European Travel Bureau _:? West 4-u?i m. Tel. l?o ant 1518. TRAVEL TRAVEL S H AMERICA. direct passenger services new yorIc^v?lparaiso Recular SaUli-frs _, , , ?.?toba!, Ca!!a_, Moliendo. Arica, 1 ..ui?_u.. Antora?anta. Valpara.!. ESSEQUIBO, FEB. 26 EBRO, APRIL 2 NEW YORK?GUAYAQUIL Recular Sillines Cristobal Buenaventura. Bornera!?!.... Babia. Manta. Guayaquil Q?ILPUE, MAR. 9 QUILLOTA, APR. 2 HAVANA?VALPARAISO and Intermed?ate Porta ORCOMA, FEB. 28 VICTORIA, MARCH 27 CRISTOBAL?VALPARAISO and Intermediate Porta Regular Sailings CRISTOBAL?CHAMPERICO Callir.ff ?t Punta Arenas, Kan Juan. Corlnto, A?apala? 2_<a Union, La Libertad. Acajutla and San. Jca* Reeular Sailing? ENGLAND?BRAZIL?ARGENTINA Frequent Salllnes by Lar?? Mall Steamer? PACIFIC LINE la? Pacific Stum Navi_a?oa Cat. ROYAL MAIL The Royal Mail Steam Packet Comp?s.. NELSON LINE U. * W. Ntisott. Ltd. South Africa. uS?n.caituL_S Tie Uniea-Castle Mai- Steamship Company, X_*4. 26 Broadway, New York PHONS BROAD 21M or Any Steamship Tick?. A? ? ^?aWm I m TO Europe Fortnightly by "O" Steamer? NEW YORK?HAMBURG CALLING AT Cherbourg and Southampton ORBITA . . ? MAY 21?JULY 2 OROPESA . . JUNE 4?JULY 16 ORDUNA . . ., JUNE 18?JULY 30 1st, 2nd and 3rd class passengers THE ROYAL W.A.L STEAM PACKET CO. 26 Broadway Or mny Stammahip Ticket Agent New York # CHERBOURG SOUTHAMPTON Mlflv March 19?Apr. 20?May 14 ADRIATIC.... 12 Noon Feb. 18 Apr. 6 May 4 NEW YOKK?UVBBPOOr, _12 Noon Feb. 26 Apr. 2 May , N. Y. T?a BOSTON?AzoErs? G IHR ALTAH? NAri.ES.?GENOA Celtic . Vedic _12 Noon Mar. 5 (3rd das. only) | Canopic <v'a Vi_o> 12 Noon Feb. 26 Apr. C-drk .... 12 Noon Mar. ?2 Apr. 16 May 21 j Cretic .3 P. M. Mar. 15 Mav AMERICAN LINE and RED STAR LINE X. T., Ifyxtioath. Clierbonr?. Antwerp. V. y? DANZIG. VIA HAMBlttO "inland. .Noon Feb. 2<> ' Kroonland.. Mar. _. \ r. ,Li j /-ii ? , ? ?. ?; a _ i_. ?Vi j t_r r- i ????_ t c~ ? j ti* ->? Gothland (3d class only). , . .Mar. 5 Apr. lo Zeeland. . Noon Feb. 26 | Finland. . . Mar. 26 AMElilCA-N hJ.SH.?Star \ or a-Man-1> ore (Uirec* bar?.lc?.. l.'.anri.uria (via Vigo. ?pain) Noon Mar. 3 Mongolia. .. .Mar. 17 Manchuria. . . .Apr. 1 . Mianekahda (new;, Triple Screw, 17,220 ton?. ,.Mar. 31, May 12 (3d eiata c_iy) International Mercantile Marine Company Office*. 0 ?roadway. New York. Piers 58. 59. 60, 61. 68 North River. CUNARD*ANCHOR fa_.ei._crr _j>d hreighi ?ettiieea from New York C?LuiVi?iA .Londonderry ud Uasgow.Feb. 19 Mar. 26 Apr. 23 A^Ul'lANIA.Cherbourg and Southampton.Feb. 26 Mar. 22 Apr-1. CALABRIA _.... Vigo. Gibraltar, Pitras, Dubrovnik, Fiunse and TrieMe. . Mar. 2?? ALGERIA .Londonderry nod Glasgow.Mar. 5 Apr. 6 May 11 MAS5.LIA (from Boaton, Liverpool .Mar. 5--?? CARMANIA .Liverpool .M*r. 8 Apr. 16 May 17 SAX0N1A .Halifax. Plymouth,.Cherbourg and Hamburg. .Mar. 10 Apr. 21 ? IMPERATOR ..C_.erbourg__*nd Southampton.Mar. 12 Apr. 2'3 June 2 CARQNIA.Liverpool.Mar. 16 Apr. 30 lune t K. A. VICTORIA.., Liverpool.Mar 22 Apr. 23 May 21 PANNONIA.Vigo, Patras. Dubrovnik, Trieste and Fiume. Mar. 23 ALBANIA (new)_Ckeybwvf and London. . . .Mar. 24 May 3 Jtsne 16 MAURETAN1A _Cherbourg and Soti?hamp ton. . Apr. 7 May 12 }wm 9 OI??C? ?1-24 ?'UTE KTBEET. NEW TOBJC CQMMff-fE 6-ftJMU. TPAfKA?UWT?QUE &xpm._ pMtai Sarvtce HeirV YORK ? HAVRE ? P?ftiS Chicago .9eb. i? Mar. 26 An I.. _ tM VOIX.?b. 26 Mar. 2? May SI LEOPOLDINA .M*r. i Apr. S May 11 KOCKAMBKAC ....Mar 3 Apr. I? May 14 LA TOC KA I NE.Mar. 1? Apr. 7 May 1? KRAM K.Mar. 1 . A?-. 1 ? *' ? ' I_A LORRAINE-Apr. 2 Apr. 30 May 28 HAMBURG DiRfcCT VIAGAR.. .Mar. 15 May 7 July i NEW YORK ?VIGO ?HAVRE ROrxMT.I.ON _Mar. 24 Apr. _._ June . COMEAN*'* OFFICE. 19 STATE 1ST., N.T. COOK'S TRAVEL SERVICE Curre?! Program, include escorted and individual .rave, to FAR EAST, EUROPE. MEDITERRANEAN, BERMUDA, ROUND THE WORLD, etc. THOS. COOK & SON 2-45 Broadway 561 Fifth Avenu? BERMUDA Two Day? Vrem New Tork In Bermuda you may lastly reel ar play your favor?..? ?port? <.. ge,t. tena?*. ?M ?r,_, .riving, motor-_o_ ting, tailing, ta_?* !.. and ftsh.ni. or ?Sanee at tts? gay par? ti-? at th. many modern Batata. Urn faasoona Required far ?maite, Two ?ailing, wrrbly dnrli.g _.?bw Max. and April, via raat !>? Lcaa Twlc-t*crew Stemmen S. S. "FORT VICTORIA" 14.0*9 Tona DiapiacafBMM Sall?ns from New Y.rk F.b. ?, ?M. M**, t, 12. i?, J*. S. S. "FORT HAMILTON il.o.? Tona Oi-piaoamaat Bai!in., from K?w Teilt Feb. ti, nur ?. S. ... .1. Jft. f?e4 for ?eei-riptave Hieretwre t* rVKSKOS BEKMCOA LINE ?4 WUtt_?-.t ML, N. Y. TM. iewUee. mraae Tt*> ???h-r. and Ideal R?ate to? Orlea? f_ran_l SrarU.. f__?, Palatial Haarens?. St ?air.-. ?hlaa. Mppca Taiwi KaiaSia. 1?8 aTw*yiti.T? ? MNt Employment Ajren. le? m TH?_ ., will.:*wake e?.riploraaa at.^i ? wis.ceastul bttsinesa concerna?Advt.