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^Ports j)f ^Shipping and News of Foreign Trade
Mail Creditors
Begin Hunt for
Assets of line
expectation of Relief From
Shipping Board Appear?
Delusive, as Government
Denies It is Responsible
May Appeal to Congress
$mall Finns Are Threatened
With Ruin if Unable to
Collect on Their Claims
Creditors of the bankrupt U. P. Mail
Steamship Company undoubtedly will
?rak? a determinad effort this week to
?earn what assets have been found by
;',c receivcii?. Emmet J. McCormack
ar.d Herbert Noble, and when they can
definitely expect 8 payment in full or
on account of their claims.
Several meetings have been held by
the ??fdHBidis? creditors, who still
(Jiac to the belief that the United
Mato-- Shipping Board eventually will
como to their aid and pay all just
??rijas against the ships that were re?
stored to Federal supervision.
According to Elmer Schlesi^gcr, gon
i-al counsel for the board, the govern
?eat is in no way responsible for the
debts incurred by the Mayers in the
??ration of the vessels. He has con?
tended that the contracts wore made
v.iih the Mai! corporation and not
v. :h the Shipping Board, and there?
fore all creditors, with the exception
sf those of the "State" boats, must
iook to the receivers for relief.
Few, if any, tangible assets of the
Mail are in sight. The claim against
The board of $1,700,000 for recondi
roning the various boatos the Mayers
put in commission is considered neg
gibie and subject to bitter litigation,
because the contract between the gov?
ernment and the Mail distinctly states
that he later shall pay for this work
tad not be reimbursed for five yciars.
Therefore the chances of 65 per cent
of this amount of money going as per
contract to the creditors is slim; as j
tie government contends the Mail'
broke its contract. ?!
Postal Claim Held lTp ,
The next item of importance ia ti^e
estimated amount of S300.000 said 'so
be due by the Postoffice Department
to the Mail for carrying the mails.
This sum has not been admitted 'as
owing by Postmaster .General Wilt II.
l?sys, who placed the amount at $30.0,- j
ft?? and who said it would not' be j
turned over to the receivers until tale
Mail had paid its charter hire bill of
some $400,000. So here again the ?pps
- hdiiby of money coming into the coi?
:- rs of Messrs. Noble a*id McCornvick
'i i.e third large source of anty,;
h: ted revenue is from marine insurance
- -. but these losses, said to amount
ta about $175,Q00, are not payable to
? e Mail, according: to the terms of.fhe j
I- ?cies. The damages resulting to-the
rge VVa.-hir.gton through two fires
aie not been adjusted, and when they
?re adjusted they are payable to .an
< "r source, as it is authentically-le
; rted that ( i;ptain Francis R. Mslr/Ji' \
sired his riyht as president to i*ec<?vo j
t-:e money resulting from these fires.
The advance money paid by immi- '
grants, amounting to $1,200,000, has
disappeared with the exception of about [
$'-7,000, and that money, with other
small amounts collected by the receiv?
ers, had to be used to pBy the bills of
the America, which recently sailed for
Europe, The fact that the Federal
court was compelled*to issue receivers'
certificates for debts incurred by the
receivers on the George Washington,
such as the wa?es of the crew and the
salaries to inspectors to make an in?
ventory of that ship's store's, shows
'hat there is no money in the hands of
the receivers to pay off the creditors,
even partially and according to indica?
tions now, they never will have any
money for this purpose.
May Ask Congress for Relief
There is no doubt that some of the
fans have, been hard hit by the failure
of' the Mail company, and there is a
possibility that one large concern may
sot recover if its claim proves a total
lose, Sympathy is lelt everywhere in
?'nipping circles for the little merchan?
dise creditors who cannot afford to!
take a loss of $?5,000 to $?10,000 in
these times. It therefore looks as if j
a concerted appeal will be ma do to j
Albert D. Lasker. chairman of the
united States Shipping Board, to in*
due,? Congress to come to their relief ?
and pay them their just bills after ?
?'??mg proof of claim. Lasker, it is i
well known, has no money in the ,!
treasury to pay claims at this time as
the recent appropriation expressly for-j
?Has the money to be used foe-this '
One of the most remarkable cases .
0' the Mayers suavity is shown in the j
tre.-.tutent of George A. C'rawley, archi- \
tect and designer, who was responsi- !
ble lor the interior decorations of the j
ships that were reconditioned v/hile in :
the Mail service. Crawley, who is an i
Knglishrnani happened to mcer. Judge !
Mayer fourteen years ago arid Inter ma '
son, Captain Mayer. While ia his own
country he had among his most inti- '
mate friends Ileurv Phiups and the I
tatter's family, of Pittsburgh.
Last September the Mayers sent, for '
<~ rawiey and asked him to come to
this country and take charge of the
interior decorations on the liners they
were reconditioning. He came here in
December and then went back and re?
turned with Aleck Hendin, a naval
ftrchitect of Glasgow, who was general
manager of the Fairfiold Shipbuilding
Company in that city.
As a result of this visit an agreement j
was entered into with the Mayers, and I
as time progressed and money was not j
forthcoming Crawley consulted his at- i
torriey, Percy Dudley, who advised him ?
to have contracts drawn up. This was j
done and preliminary payments were
?nade upon them, but Crawley says he !
is a creditor to-day in the sum of
about $40,000. His work on the George I
Washington received considerable com?
mendation by passengers and visitors I
Who inspected the ship last Saturday, j
Another creditor for work on this-ves?
?el is the artist, who has $400 due, and '
the little bookseller, who furnished the
library with volumes, and who has a
bill of $3,000 against the company.
132 Nassau St. Beckman 4291
I'ackage FrWs-ht Servie?. N*w
?ork to Syracuse and all principal
(anal ports to Buffalo, {railings
?edm-Miuy and Hafurday.
II Unitary Pl*ce. Whitehall 0433
Bailings Weekly
AII-H'airr lai'lund Rout*
? Uiui?ag liais 14 Vsa*
Marine Reports
ligure* Indicated ere stu-idcrd time.
TUF. Tin'F.N
Hiiih water, i.ow water.
Sandy Hook.10:18 ll:tl 4:3" 5:10
U?vornor'? Isl?n.i. 11 :_*? 3I:fl _:l? &;S\
Hell Gate.12:46 1:09 7:19 8:00
Winds at Sea To-day
Batiera? to Key West -Gentle to mod?
erato south to w.cst winds, generally faM*
East Gulf?'Moderate cost winds and fair
weal her,
West. Gulf- -Moderato east and southeast
Winds; fair weather.
Caribbean So? ?mi windward Passagre?
Moderate variable winds, mostly east; gen?
erally overcast: local .raj.ne.
Nerth of Randy Book?Moderate east, to
south winds: overcast, thick weather.
? Sandy Hook to Halteras?Oentle to mod?
erate variable winds; partly overcast
Batieras io Florida Straits?Gontle to
moderate south to west wind?.
Arrived Yesterday
Str Porto Rico. Pance Aug 55. S*n Juan
33 ; to the 'N Y ft P ? ?s s Co with 147
pass, mails and mdso: Pier SC, Bklyn.
Str Delfiria, B.uenvs A y re* Aug &, Per
nambuco 18; to Munson Lines with linseed;
<oot ?5th st. N R.
Str Philadelphia, La Guyra Aug _4, Ca?
bello 26, San Juan SO; to Bliss. DaUett ft
Co with $8 peon, mails and indue; Pier
31. Bklyn.
Str Loudonler (Relp), Antwerp Aug 14:
to Lloyd Royal Belge S S Lines with indse;
Pier 99, N R.
Str Nordon (Dan). Philadelphia Sept i:;
to Bowerlrrg ft Co In ballast; anchored off
Str Parlnia (Br), Barbados Aug 20, Mar?
tinique 21. 9t Thomas 30; to Quebec S S
Co with 100 pass, mail? and mdao; Pier
47. N R.
Str Certo (Nor). Christiania Aug 13.
Shields 1?; to B Ptolt. Nlelson ft Co with
- pass and wood pulp; -lu-horr a off
Stapleion, SI.
Str Bristol City (Br), Bristol Aug SO,
Norfolk Sept 4; to Charles Hill ft Son
With cargo In transit; Pier 69, N 11.
Str Fort Hamilton (Br), Bermuda Sept
3j to the Furneaa-Beruiu.d.8, Lin?, with 333
passengers, malls and mdse; Pier 95, N R.
Str Calamares, Criatobal Aug 24. Lima
Aus 29 .and Havana Sept 2; to the United
Fruit Co, witH US passengers, malls and
mdse; Pier 15, I- R.
Str Alness (Br), Philadelphia Sept S;
to U S Navigation Co, with mdse; Pier 3?,
Str H M Plagier, Oaiveston Aus- ?5; to
R L Hague with oil; Pier 6, Constable
Hook, N J.
CSS Wtnslow, Charleston: .anchored in
North River.
Sir Jefferson, Norfolk; to Old Dominion
Transportation Co. with mdse; Pier -26,
Str Melville Dollar (Br). Boston Sept 4:
to Dollar S S Co; Pier 5, Bush Bock.?.
Str Lake El Rio, Cartagena August ..",
Puerto Colombia August 26, Port M o rant
August _9 and Kingstop August 30; to the
: Clyde S S Co, with mdse.
Strs .Troquots. Monte Cristo; IJdjar F
? Luckenbach, Hamburg; Deucalion' (Br?,
?Colombo; Elswiek HoUBe (Brl, New Or?
Sailed Yesterday
Strs Rovaer (Nor), San Domingo City;
Willcaslno (Am), Jacksonville.
Incoming Steamship?
Due To-day
Vessel. Port. Agents.
Sao Vincente, Fayal. Aug 2.5.C B Richard*
Polycarp. Para, auc SI. ... . . .Booth Line
American Legion, Rio de Janeiro, Aue 24.
.Munson Lines
Monterey, Havana, Sept 1.Ward Lin*
Mayaro, Trinidad, Aug 29... .Furness-Withy
?Mexico, Havana, Sept 2.Ward Lin?
City of Montgomery, Savannah, Sept 2,
Ocean S S Co
Due To-morrow
Oscar II, Christiania, Aug 27.
Scandinavian-American Line
Siboney, Cadiz, Aug 29....Ward Line
Munamar, Antllla, Sept 3. .. .Munson Line*
Due Thursday
Gul D.emal. Naples, Aug 23. ,C B Bichara?
Virgil, Baliia, Aug 26. .Lamport ft H Line
Tivlve?. Kingston, Sept ... United Fruit Go
Ft Victoria, Bermuda, Sept 6.
Due Friday
Nieuw Amsterdam, Sept 1. .Hoi-AmerLlA?
City o? Savannah, Savannah, Sept 6.
Ocean S S Co
Outgoing Steamships
The hours given below are standard time;
1 for daylight saving time add one hour.
Sail To-day
Mail Vessel
Closes. Sails.
I Centennial State, Lon?
don . 7:00 AM 31:00 AM
Tungus. Turks Isle_13:00AM i.':*)0PM
? *Kurrla!ba. Santa Marta 6:30 AM 10:00 AM
. City of St Louis, Sa
j vannait .,..- 2:00 PM
Suil ?o-morrow
?Emperor of India,
? Southampton . T:30 AM 1LMAM
I Asia, Marseilles. 9:30 AM 2:0? PM
i Litun.r-.ia, Danzig. 8:00 AM 12:0OM
! Chicago, Havre. . 7 :80 AM 11:00 AM
j Ft Hamilton. Bermuda C:30AM 9:00 AM
Sail Thursday
?West Brook,' Hamburg. 7:30 AM 33:OOAM
; Hallartus. Buenos
Ayres . 7:00 AM 13:00 AM
I Monterey. Vera Cru... -7:30 AM 31:00 AM
I Lake Klrio, Pt au
Prince . 6:30 AM 10:00 AM
: City of Montgomery.
Savannah .?.- 2:00 PM
.Sail Friday
Berg-enslMord, Bergen. .10:80 AM 7 2:00 PM
: Par'ma, St Thomas... 9:0(1 AM 3 :-00PM
Sail Saturday
Carmanla, Liverpool.. 7:00AM 11:00AM.
La Savoie, Havre. 7: ?to AM 11:0.0 AM,
?Rvndaiu, Rotterdam.... 7:30 AM 3 LOO AM
Zeeland. Antwerp. 7:00AM 11:00AM
Columbia. Glasgow.... 7:30AM 3.1:30AM i
Orduna, Hamburg. 7:30 AM 11:00 AM ?
Monana, Helsinfors... . 10:30 AM 2:00 PM,
Giuseppe Verdi, Naples. 8:30 AM 12:00 M I
Bassa, Sierra Leone... 9:30AM 1:00PM'
Hubert, Rio do Janeiro 7:30 AM 33:00 AM
Quilpue, Guayaquil.... C:30AM !':00AM
General H F Hodges... 12:30 PM 3:00 PM i
Mexico, Havana. 7:30 AM 11:00 AM I
Calamares, Cristobal.. 6:30AM 9:00AM;
Porto Rico. San Juan.. 7:30 AM 31:00 AM ?
Philadelphia, Curacao.. 7:80 AM 31:00 AM j
Ft St George, Bermuda. 0:30 AM 9:00 AM:
-City Island
Bound South
Sir Macab? (Br), Banes via Boston for j
Neu- York, to United Prult Co, in ballast; i
nehre M.atd of Canada (Mi), Bridgcwater,
N S. for New York, with lumber to Homan
ft Puddington, vessel to Gilmartin & Co;
.Hazel L Myra (Br), Halifax, N S, via New
Bedford, Ma.ss. for New York, to J j?
Whitney ft .Co; Lizeie D Small, Bangor,
Me, -via. Fall River for New York, to Gil
martin ft Co ; Rebecca G Whllldln, Calais,
Me, via Lynn, Maes, for New York, to Gil
martin & Co; Catawamteak, Sullivan, Me,
via New Bedford tor Jersey City, vessel to
Trans-Pacific Mails
The connecting mails close at the General
Postofflce and City Hall PostoffIce Sta?ojT!,
New York, at 7 p. m., as follows:
i'apan, Corea, China, Siberia, French Indo?
china, Notherlands Bast Indie.? (ejieept
Sumatra), and Philippine Islands, via j
Vancouver and Victoria. B. C, ?teamship
Empress of Russia, September 10.
, Reports by Wireless
From the U. S.* Naval Station
(Distance is given in mile?. Reports are
dated .at noon unless otherwise specified.]
Aban'ftnre?. 178 N Colon Sept S.
Achilles 651 S Cape Henry Sept 4. ?
Afoundria 330 S Charleston Sept 4.
Agwlworld 212 b'W Halteras Sept 8
Albert E Watts 311 S\V Hattera? Sept 4.
Aladdyi 300 N Jupiter Sept 8.
AJr-.?>ric8n Legion 667 SB Ambrose Sept 4.
Amoleo 21 56 Ion OS 52 Sept 3. :
Argus 884 E Cape Henry Sept 6.
Ario 92 E Sabine Sept ?.
Astral 150 N H-attnras Sept 5.
Atenas .71 N Cristobal Sept 2.
Atlantic Sun 2J5 S Overfall* Sept 6.
Ausable. 23 -N Hattoras Sept S.
BakersneM 135 S San Pedro 8 p m Sopt 4.
Bessemer city 3. S South Pass SejH 2.
Bibbeo lat 20 3 1 Ion 65 21 Sept 3.
Bradford -66 S San Francisco 8 p m
Sept i.
Brilliant 114 SW Hatteras Sept 2.
Brush 327 S San Pedro Sept 3.
Buckeye State 389 E Honolulu 8pm Sept
C A Snider 3 6 NE Cap? Lookout Sept 4,
''uigarollte :lio ESK Galveston Sept 2.
Oamberley 40 from Jupiter Sept 4.
?ananuva 57 S Cape jienlopen Sept' 6.
Cape Henry 115 S Delaware BreaKwater
Sept 4.
Catherine 40 S Scotland I- V Sept 2.
ferro ?bano 60 SSE Jacksonville Sept ?.
Charles Pratt 467 S by W Hatteras Sept 3.
Chester Sun 55 8 Winter-Quarter Sept S.
Chinampa 9 S Five Fathom Bank Sept 4,
City of Atlanta ?06 NE Tybee Sea Buoy
Sopt 2.
City of Columbus 129. SW Gay Head Sept 4.
City it Montgomery 20 NH Frying-Pan
__ps. 4.
Cafa-* or Hpttlt8.no '.ooo av Seattle 8
?lepi 4
CI-HTwood 460 SE ?lnttarae Sept 2
.Umstwlae 11 AVSW ,V?i..f ticket Sept S
< 0?d?roo& 4 5 K ?'harlwtou Hept 4 ?
?oion.bu. ?ir? ix Balboa* I'M Sept 3
< ?-tu-no 7 ?5 S Ambrose Sept S.
<'<>i<lovH 70 from AstftrU g I'M S.?ut 4
Creole 29 N*S? Jupiter Sept 2.
Cristobal S7? NB colon Sept 4
??'uiM-U-i- 1*0 AV TortimttH Sept 3
Delco 170 N Balboa ?Sept ?..
Delight 2,423 from Cape Flattery S I'M
sopt 2,
pe Solo pd F|v? fathom Hank S*pt 5
D?rlg? 660 ENE Cape Henry Sept B
JJorcheRter t S? Northeast E"d 12:30 PM
Sept 3. . . -
Duransx? lal S4 21 ion 66 09 Sept 4.
?I T Hedfofd 63 N Hattern* Sept 4
East Chicago ?78 ENE Cap? Henry Sept ?
Ti'nslern Merchant 688 S San Pedro 8 I'M
?Sept 4,
Kcw?dor 1.J0.? V SJcmolulu ? I'M Sept g,
Kdgar F LAickenbnch ,*!?? E Amhrosa Sept A
Lldrldge 777AV Seattle 8 I'M ?Sept 4.
Bl Estero 72 S VlMferas Hivpt 4.
Kl Oriente S N Hatteras Sept. 4.
Kl ?t>l CI* 41VV Halteras Sopt A.
til Valle 869 N .lupifr Sept 2.
lampreas of Russia lat ,60 61 ion 16 63 8
I'M Sept T.
Enterprlso J.880 AV San Francisco 8 FM
Sftpt 8.
gveratt 60 S\V r'hlnnecock Sept 4.
Florldlan 70 NE-Cape' UCrtlopen Sent **.
France Maru 600 from San' Dingo S PM
Sept 3.
Frank O ..Vu m -3,709 W Monterey Sert I.
Fred W Weiler 10 S Jupiter Sept 8.
Freeman 16 ENE Block Island Sept 5.
Freeport Sulphur No 6 40 N Jupltor Sept 2.
?effiicy 520 .SB IlatteraB Sept 8.
Qarfleld 175 NE Jupiter Sept 2.
Gdansk ?7? E Ambrose t PM Sept 4.
Gedatila 200 ?NE Jupiter Sept il
Gen AV C Gorgas 196 S Ambrose Sept B.
General Gao AV Goothala 516 NE Cristo?
bal .Sept 4.
Oeorse Washington 758 E Ambrose Sept I.
Glenpool 3 40 SE Raton Rouge Sept 2.
I Gloucester 146 NE AVIntorquarter Sept 4.
Great City 100 SE Jupiter Sept 4.
Great Falls 256 S'SooUaud JA' Sept 2.
Grecian 119 NE AVI-.iterqui.rter Sept 4.
Gulfking 240 NW Tortuga? Sept 2.
Oulfl.and 328 S\V Nantuekot Sept 2.
O.vlfitiaW 175 8SW. Hattwas Sept 4.
Gulfotl C8 N Hatteras Sept 4.
tiulfprlnee 210 N Jupiter Sept 2.
, Oulfstraam 80 NW Tortugas Sept 3.
II C Folger. 48 N Jupiter Sept 4.
: Hampden 85 NE Cape Charts? Sept A.
\ Hanley 685 S San Francisco Sept 1.
; Henry 0 Whiton 240 ?3 Hnttera* Sapt 2.
i Henry S Grove 494 N Panama Sept 2.
Herbert G AVj-lle 140 S Hatteras flept 6.
Herbert L Pratt' &0 S "0run?wick Sopt B.
Huron 722 S Scotland LV Sept 4.
Illinois 140 NE Jupiter Sept 2.
Iowap 843 -NE Honolulu 8 PM Sept 2.
IruquotK 627 S Scotland LV Sept 3.
,1 A ?Bostwick 10 NE1 Jupiter Sept 2.
j J fc O'Nell 165 NE Jupiter Sept 2.
J, M Guftey 187 N Hatteras Sept 3.
I ?r AV Van Dyke 180 NW Tortugas Sept 2.
! Jadden l?t 22 80 Ion .60 SO 8 PM Sept 3.
! Je-p-tha 656 S San Pedro Sept -3.
John "O Rockefeller 30 NE Jupiter Sept C.
Julia Luckeftbach 478 S San Pedro S PM
Sapt 3.
?untata 3? SB Cap* Henry Sept t.
j Keelung lat 32 43 Ion 76 12 Sept 2.
1 Kekoskee 122 NE Jupiter Sept 3.
| KU'o Maru 100 S San Fran 8 PM Sept 4.
I T.u Paz 230 S Balboa Sept 2.
! Labatte 120 SE Cape Henry Sept 3.
! Lafeomo 10 S Jupiter Sept 3.
i Lake Ellenorah 245 N Hatteras Sept 5.
I Lake El Rio off Barnegat Sept 5.
I Lake Faby.an 213 8 Scotland LV Sepi' 4.
: Lake Fackler 210 S Scotland LV Sept 5.
Lake Fanntn 68 SAV Hatteras Sept 4.
j Lake Fife 15 E Guantanamo Sapt 4.
? LevUa 621 S Cape Henlopen Sept 3.
I Lewis Luekenbach 405 NE Colon Sept 2.
Le-wl? IC. Thuriow 182 N Jupiter Sept 2.
Liberator C10 S San Pedro 8 PM Sopt 3.
I Liberty Mlnquaa 140 N Hatteras Sept 4.
! Ligonler 127 SAA' Nantucket Sept 4.
? Limon 331 S Nantucket Sept 5.
j Lombardia 1?0 N Jupiter Sopt 2.
Louisiana 1.54 SE Pensacola Sept 2.
j Major AVheeler 29 SE Frying Pan Sept 3.
i Maiden 3 N"K Cape Charle? Sept 5.
Manaqul 5 S Nantucket Sept 4.
Manon 747 E Honolulu 8 PM Sept 2.
Maracaibo 370 S Ambrose 3 AM Sept 5.
Martha Y?ashiniUon 19 7 SE Ambrose
Sept 4.
M'issic!; l?.t 40 38 loi) 70 11 Sept 4.
Melr?Be 6"? from Cape Henry Sept 5.
Mexico 550 S Enhenada ?=epl 1.
?Minneoua 28S N Col?>n Sept 8.
Minneeotan 613 S San Pedro Sept 1.
Mlnnewawa ?71 E Charleston Sept 3.
Moccasin 789 SSE Scotland IAr Sept 2.
Mohtclalr 1.815 E Ambrose Sept 4.
Monterey 806 S ?Scotland LA* Sept 8.
Montgomery City 231 from Honolulu $ PM
Sept 2.
Moivtrollte 3 42 S.W Sand Key Kept 2'
Morro Caatle 2 N Hatteras Sept 4.
! Munalres pd Jupiter Sept 4.
1 Muualbro 20 SB Cape Cod Sept ?<?.
?Munwood 242 S Scotland LV Sept 4.
I Muskegon 56 S Nantucket Sept 4.
?Nantucket 3 E Block Island Sept 4.
! Newton 62 SW Montauk Point Sept 4.
?Noocaiula 109 SSE Charleston Sept 8.
Occidental 320 WNAV Tortugas Sept 2.
! Ontario 7 NE Barnt-gat Sept 4.
1 Orizaba lat 20 60 ..Ion 77 04 Sept 3.
' Orleans 675 S Ambrose Sept 2.
; OssTnlng 421 E by S St Thomas Sept 3.
: 0?ett* 435 ENE Cape Henry Sept 5.
t'a o 1 tic 420 from Ran Pc?d?o 8 PM Aug 81.
Paraguay 230 NW Tortugas Sept 2.
! Parismine?. 284 N Sw.an Ipland Sept 2.
Paul*boro 243 WNW Sand Key Se.pt 2.
Pennsylvania 27 S Cope -Henry .Sept 4.
' Persian 70 AV Gay Head Sept 4.
i Philip Publioker 75 S\V Hatteras Sept 4.
! Pioneer 125 8 by AV Hatteras Sept 4.
i Prlnceta Muy 4 05 S Ambrose Sept 4.
Pulwico 60 S Kingaton Sept -5.
R J Hanna 291 from Richmond Sept L
I Radiant 28 S Jupiter Sept 8.
Rarorapo ,lat 20 66 Ion 146 42 Sopt 1.
i Kayo 220"AVNAV Tortugas Sept %
I Reaper 276 ?S Ambrose Sopt 4.
Rochester 151 S Overfalls Sept 5.
ReaaUnd lat 42 23 Ion 67 49 Sept 4.
; Saco 75 AVN-W Tortugas Sept 3.
j Sagadahoc 1,!{4S AV ^San Pedro 8 PM Sept 4.
i San Tilias 236 N Limon .Sept*4.
! San Gregorio S from Hatteras Sept 3.
San Mateo ?92 8 Scotland LA1 Sept 4.
fan Pablo 10R S-Nan-tucket Sept 4.
. Santa Barbara 28 S Cape Henry Sept 3.
i Santa Luisa.874 S Balboa Sept 3.
Santa Marta 111 N Kingston Sept 4.
Saplne.ro 000 I-J Ambrose Sept 4.
Sehohane. Ia4 45 28 lbn 42 48 Aug 31.
Semin?lo 70 SE Jupiter Sept 1!.
Shenandoah 186 S Scotland LV Sept 4.
Somera? t 4 36 E Ajjftjproso Sept 6.
Steel E,\porter 612 S San Pedro Sept 1,
Steel Mariner 90 S North Head Sept 1.
Steel A'ovager 3,806 AA* San Pedro Sept 1.
i Steel AVorker U.t 36 15 Ion 74 16 Sept 2.
Sudbury 1,108 E Ambrose Sept 1.
| Sunoll 180 N Jupiter Sept 2.
? Tanamo 254 S Scotland LV Sept 4. I
Texan 600 S San Pedro Sept 1.
; Thomas. H AVheeler 27 SK Galveston Sept 2.
Tlvlvca 1,992 S Ambrose Sept 4.
Toloa 811 S Scotland LV Sept 4.
Trontolite 998 S San Francisco 8 PM Sept 4.
Tuscarora 110 S Hatteras Sept 3.
Vancouver 100 SE Sim Diego S PM Sept 3.
Ventyra do Larrinaga 25 -SSE Cap? Henry
Sept 2. i
A'ittorio Emmanuele III 380 E Ambrose
Sept 5.
AV B Kee-no 22- E Savannah Sept 2.
W H Llbby 70 NE Jupiter Sept 2.
W H Tilford 30 NE Jupiter Sept 2.
W M Jrlsh 340 AVNW Tortugas Sopt 2.
Walter HardcBstle 161 N Boca's Sept 4.
Walter Jennings 190 SW Hatterna Sept 8.
AA'alter Luekenbach 470 E Cristobal Sept 2.
W*Bt Catanace 25 N San Pedro'.Sept 1.
West Faralon 3,189 S San Francisco 8 PM
Sept 3.
West Iseleta 278 NH Savannah Sept 3.
West Kader 1,663 AA' Columbia Kivt-r 8 PM
Sept 2.
West Norranus 690 E by N Capo Henry
Sept 4.
Westward Ho 690 S Columbia River 8 PM
Sept 4. \
Wheaton ?74 ,B A.mbrose Sept 4,
Wllhejmlna 977 W Honolulu 8 PM Sept 3.
AVililam Penn J6t> S Scotland Sopt 4.
Wlllpolo 100 S Hatteras Sept 2.
AV.Illlam G Wwrdeo 36 SB South Pass Sept 2.
Wolverine H.talo 1,-8*7 AA' San Francisco
Sept L- ? . . ?
Woron 927 S San Francisco ? PM S-spt 8.
Yankee Arrow 400 SE Sabine Bar Sept 2.
Zu capa 27 4 S Ambrose Sept 4:
?Soppot 104 SE South Pass Sept 2.
American Ports
BALTIMORE, ..Sept 5? Arrived: Strs
MackLnaw (Hr), Philadelphia; Sen Greglo
(Br), Tuxpatn; Ausable, Tampa; T^abette.
Majnchester; Schiedljk (Du), PhtladelpTiia;
Fort Gaine? (Nor); -Port Maria: Lake Blon,
New york; Ha.mpdeii, New York ;. GeorRe
unim AVcems, New York; Strathl?rno (Br),
New York; Luise. N'I?lsen (Nor), New Yor*<
No sailings. -
GALVESTON, Tex, Sept 6?Arrived: i
Strs Paulsboro, .Philadelphia; Stuerholm, i
New Corlean?; Jjldgefleld.- Beaumptit ; Sa?
laam, N-ftjv -Orleans; Apaley (Br), Limer-'
Ick; Montrolite, Halifax. Sailed Str Wil
Ham H Doheny, T?inplco.
HALIFA'?Cr-Sept '6-^?rrtvod: Strs Rosa?
lind (Hr), New -York.; Arlano (Br), lin?
den; l-'ojt SI G?ojTS? Cfir). Quebec. Sailed:
Cruiser .Antaree (Br), France . via New?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla, .Sept 6?Arrived:
Sir l'nlcol, Trie?ste: sehr Fred W. Thvirlow,
St Thomas. Sail*<S,: 'Sirs Essex; Philadel?
phia; Cet-vo Asul, -Ti?mpico; Edward' ,L,
1'oheny HI. Ta*npica. '
MONTREAL, Sept 6~-Arrived: Strs ("oiL
cordla (Br), Avonmouth; Metmore Head.
(Br). Belfast; Rpyut Transport <Br), South
Shields; Heronspool (Br), Penarth; Ajuf
llenborg (Dftn), Norfolk; Turcoman (Br),
Avonmouth; Cassandra (Br), Glasgow;
Hamrhland (Nor), Shields; Venusla \?r).
London. . . ? ? , ,
NORFOLK, Vf, Sept 6?Arrived: 8trs
Oily of Dalhart,,Jacifsonvllie; Kokl Maru
(Jap), San' Francisco; Polartn?. Baton.
Rouge; Gran (Nor), New York; Major,
Wheeler, Charleston; Shannonmede (BrV,
Penarth; Maplemore ?(Br), Shields; Adalu
slan (Br),-; Andreas (Gk), New Or
lejau?; <.'hta*vtnuarN*w y?r"i; Torrent tBr)?
Dakar; Mississippi (Br), 4ialveston; Walter
J> Noyt'P, New England; .Metros?, New Eng?
land. ?Sailed, -tyept 3; Sirs Becklngham
In the World of Shipping
August cables from South Amc-ri.an
representatives of the Department of
Commerce are of intercut principally
on account of their comments upon
Gormar, competition. The reduced pur?
chasing power of Latin American coun?
tries is' evidently still acting unfavor?
ably on all exporting countries.
In some manufactures, the depart
r.icfit says,,the quality of German goods
and their deliveries arc not yet as
satisfactory as before the war, prob?
ably because of war-time loase, of
skilled artisans, heavy taxation bur?
dens, inadequate stocks of raw ma?
terials and retarded "industrial con?
struction. Some contracts have been
refused for these reasons.
Low price lovcls in Germany, the
statement continues, have apparently
encouraged a tendency to undertake
more contracts than can be fulfilled.
It is entirely improbable, according to
I this government's viewpoint ut present
1 that German exporters can continue to
provide bona fido credit facilities su
I pcrior to those of their competitors.
[ Altogether it -ippears that many re
| ports of ruinous German competition in
! South America have been greatly ex
i aggerated. Even admitting the present
i advantages of German exporters, thej
i are ant to be of a temporary nature,
i says the department, in view of the
j artificial basis upon which many in
! dustrics in Germany now operate.
The most significant indication o1
the progress made in the recovery o1
i business In Argentina is the reductior
of stocks of goods held in the Buenot
Ayres custom house to less than hai:
of the quantity of last January. Thi
stabilization of import prices in thii
market is another feature carrying ou
,; this belief.
Withdrawal of American firms fron
\ South America should be taken as ou
! phase of the adjustment of trade o
this country upon a more permanen
normal basis. The elimination of man;
houses which had taken advantage, o
temporary war-time opportunities wa
i to be expected, and American trade i
I Latin America can now be built upon
! substantial, lasting baeris according t
I Mr. Hoover's belief.
In Argentina, says Commercial At
? tach? Edward F. Feely under date e
1 August 27, the demand for shippin
j space is dull, the charter market i
I much weaker than a month ago an
? berth rates are similarly situated. J
! is expected that shipping rates will _
I lower. The dispatch of vessels is nos
? mal, and stocks of bunker coal and o
? are about as usual. Immigration is ii
j creasing. Unrest end strikes are di
I creasing, and there is current talk thi
unemployment is threatening. Genen
building and construction are especially
inactive. Prices of food and clothing
are on the decline. The railway move?
ment is light, and the government has
declined to grant the increase in rates
to the railway companies. It ie also ap?
parent that there are not sufficient
funds for the completion of the Salta
Railway. The budget for thi? year ht-j)
not-been passed, and the political situ?
ation is unsettled. The Pan-American
Postal Congress, which is in sessien in
Buenos Ayres, is now discussing free
transit ?vnd freedom of action with ref?
erence to rates.
Commercial Attach? W. L. Schurz,
! cabling from Rio de Janeiro, August 29,
states ?hat ships arriving at that port
with frfreign cargoes during the period
Jt-ly _7 to August 26 Were as follows:
British, U\ Brazilian, 11; united States,
8; French, ,6; Japanese, 6. Cargoes are
generally small. There is little out?
going freight pending the increase in
coffee and meat shipments. Shipping
in the southern -ports is in a better con?
dition. There is considerable activity
in building hotels and residences. Most
of the railways need r?l)ing stock but
arc not in a position to buy it. German
immigration continues, but 600 Rus?
sians have returned to Europe.
.It is felt that the worst of the dan?
gers of the financial crisis has passed
in Chile, according to Commercial At?
tach? C. A. McQueen, at Valparaiso.
Very few Americans have withdrawn,
from the market, he save. On the con?
trary', they have confidence in the re?
covery of the country and in their own
prospects. A marine lock-out was i
initiated in Valparaiso August 18, but
the general impression is that it will
terminate soon with a victory for the
employers. The nitrate situation re?
mains unchanged since last report.
American sales in P'*i**i are suffering
from the exchange situation, cable
W. E. Dunn, at Lima, acting commer?
cial attach?. Money is tight and bank?
ing operations restricted. Political
conditions arc quiet. German sales?
men have temporarily captured the
hardware market and have obtained
large orders, cutting their prices under
American or English quotations by ?>0
per cent, although maintaining fair
quality. American electrical goods arc
holding their own. A branch of the
Hansa Corporation, of Hamburg, bas
just been opened.
Assistant Trade Commissioner R. M.
Connell, cabling from Mexico City, Au?
gust 81, says the salient features of,
Mexican economic developments during
the last month are general attempts to
lower production costs; increased un?
employment, whi-fh is beginning to af?
fect business in the usual manner; a
continued handicap to business on ac- ?
count of the transportation situation !
and a stimulating effect of the coming
centennial celebration, the importance
of which will be increased once the
oil question is settled.
I (Br),-: Sept 4. Rijndijk (Dt), Ham
burs; Bosanka (Jug-Slavl, Genoa, Genoa:
? Keelutig (Br). United Kingdom: City of
Sydney (Br), New Zealand; Belvedere (It),
Spanish ports; Sept 6, Admiral Hamilton
I (Br), Stettin.
I- PHILADELPHIA. Sept 6?-Arrived: Strs
J Mandevllle (Nor). Tela: Cape Henry, San
? Franclswu. ?oiied: Str.s Gutfooast, Port
? Arthur; West Raritans, Baltimore.'
PORT EADS. Sept B?Arrived: Strs
? Atenas, Bocas del Toro; Chalmette, Ha?
vana; Comaya.ua (Bond), Port Corte?,;
Bills Nor), Port Barrios; Orcus. Chile;
Orleans, New York; Pearl Don, Tampico;
; Penmorvah (Br), Malta; Prlgona (Br),
, .Newport News; Suriname, Port Barrios;
'. Texaeo 147, Port Arthur; Torres, Tara
? pico; Yoro (Hond). Ceiba. Sailed: Str? A
<' Bedford, Clement. Smith, Glen Pool, Port
Lobos; Princeton, Porto Rico: Theodore R
Reynolds, Preston, Cuba; William G War
; den. Port Lobos.
PORTLAND, Me. Sept 6?Arrived: Str
-Canadian Sailor (Br), Power, England.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mas?, Sept 6?Ar?
rived and sailed: Sehr Harriet C White
head, New York for Nantucket. Arrived:
i Sehr- William Blabee, Philadelphia for
j Portland ; Kenueboc, South Amboy for
Calais; Barbara W (Br), New York for
I St John, N B.
Foreign Ports
Arrivals From New Tork
LAGOS, Aug 30?Str Barracoa (Br).
SUEZ, Se.pt 3?Str Haimon.
PORT SATO, Sept 3?Strs Java Arrow:
j Sept 4. Sldlaw Range (Br), City of York
KALAMAR, Aug 24?Str Plow City.
? PORT NATAL, Sept 1?Str Dromore
i Castle (Br).
SABANG, Sept 1?Str Salabangka (Dt).
PLYMOUTH. Sopt 4?Str America.
MOV1LLB, Sept' 3?Str Cameronla (Br).
VIGO. Sept 3?Str Italia (Br).
LIVERPOOL/ Sept 4?Str Baltic (Br).
GLASGOW, "Sept 4?Str Cameronla (Br).
. BRISTOL, Sept E?Str Chicago City (Br).
HULL, Sept 3?Str City of Dunkirk (Br).
Departures for New York
HAVRE, Aug 3J?Str Graciana (Br).
LIVERPOOL, Sept 4?Strs Caronla and
Celtic (Br).
SOUTHAMPTON, Sept 4?Str Aqultanlfc
SINGAPORE. Sept. 2? Str Areturas.
MARSEILLES, Aug 31? Str Roma (Fr).
POKTJMAO. Aug 26?Str Aledo.
LONDON, Sept 4?Str Port. Macquarte
Lake Ports
CLEVELAND, Sept. 6?Arrived: Strs
E C Collins, Aehland; Grand Island. Su?
perior; Glllman D, Northport; Wesee, Sand?
wich. Sailed: Btrs E C Collins, Duluth;
Wesee, Sandwich.
BUFFALO, Sept 6?Arrived: Stra W H
Wolf, Duluth; W P White, Calcite. Sailed:
Strs W H Wolf, Duluth; W P White, Cal?
cite. *?
MARQUETTE, Sept ??Arrived: Str
DULUTH, Sept 5?Arrived: Stra Joseph
Block, W Grant Morden, Fan-, Jam* s
Davidson, Saturn, Gary, H R Jolies, North
Sea, Buffalo. Sailed: Strs Hoover and
Mason, ? returns, Mc.Cullough. Zlesing, TP
Cole, Peter Relus, B F Jones, Allegheny,
Troy, A H Smith, Cowan, Tlonesta.
Maritime Miscellany
HAVANA, Sept 5?Harbor operations
were Halted here to-day through a ?ud
"den strike of the organized dock workers.
Strike leaders claimed that the troubla
was due to shipping companies having
refused to negotiate working agreements
With representatives of the labor organiza?
tions and announcing their determination
.to deal direct with the. employees.
Unofficial estimates place the number
o? strikers at 1,600. Tho employers ex?
press confidence that with the thousands
of unemployed laborers in Havana the
strike will not last long.
. PA"LMOUTH. Sept 2?Str Monroe.
Ode'nse and Fowey for Boston, arrived
ho re with boiler tubes leaking.
LONDON, Sept 3?American sehr North?
land, from Buenos Ayres, Went ashore off
Rio de Janeiro and was towed in badly
PORTLAND, Ore, Sept 6?The Japanese
atr H?rve Maru arrived from the Orient
to load wheat' for Europe. Tho Britln-t
?tr Keats arrived from Newport, JBngland,
end will take wheat for the return voyage.
BALTIMORE, Sept 6?The Anglo-Ameri
enn tanker San Gregorla arrived to-day
from Tutcpan with 1G.400 ton.? of crude
oil, representing 120,000 barrels. J. Murr,
an official of tbe Standard Oil Company of
.New York, cam? a? a passenger. Captain
SwafTon, -upci-ini.endeiu of the Anglo
Amorlcan Company In America, met the
Vessel. The Baltimore fc Jamaica Trading !
Company's str Fort Gaines arrived from !
Jamaica to-day with 24,400 bunches of
bananas. The Orltanl will arrive to-day
with fruit to tho United Fruit Company.
There will be no more receipt? thi? week.
With passengers and cargo from San Fran?
cisco and Pacific ports north of Balbao,
iind calls at Kingston and Havana on the I
Atlantic side, the :str Venezuela is flue to
arriw here on Wednesday. ' The Norwegian
str Luiee Nielsen, having a dead weight
capacity of more than 8,000 tons, arrived
?to-day from NV.w Tori., consigned to
Maurice B Carlin & Co, to load general
cargo for Harburg. With cargo from
Rotterdam, the Holland-America Uno
str Schledyk arrived by way of Boston and
Philadelphia and will complete loading
outward. Fourteen steamers arrived in
-port to-day from foreign and coastwUe
ports. Five came lu ballast, while the
others brought full or part.cargoes. Walde
mar Armtez, captain of the str Toneslt, of
the State Marine Corporation, was lined $10
and costs here to-day in the Eastern police
court on a charge of allowing bllgo oil to
be dumped iiuo the harbo*
RAN FRANCISCO, "??v?. ?.?Half a dozen
of th. tlrst v, M--1- .-i thu Alaskan fishing
?am -to -retuv l'roin summer cod a?d
salmon flsME?' espedltlons in the north are
anchor-A ta Sau Francisco Bay to-Uay fol-.
lowing their arrival in port yesterday. The
first arrival was the Star of Iceland.
Among the others were the Star of Hoi
land, acr Louiuo and niotorship Margaret.
The bark Centennial, which arrived late,
brought word of the death at sea of AA'alter
' Nathenaon, eeamon, who died of typhoid
fever, Completing her voyage half way
i around the world in ballast, the French
I bark L ?j'Hermtte arrived here yosterday,
; seventy-eight days from Albany, Australia.
' to load a cargo of barley for the United
? Kingdom.- The master of the ship said
j that six months ago he set aail from
I Marseilles and proceeded from there to
; India and then here, making the entire
! trip in ballast.
I SEATTLE, Sept. 5.?Seven L'nited States
? Shipping Board vessels will be detached
I from Pu get ?Sound ports during September
In teh trans-Pacltlc trade, Their freight
bookings, including' those of the Eldiridge,
which put to sea yesterday, aggregate 60,
: OtO measurement tonB. Passenger traffic
I manager of the Pacific Steamship CompAny
| said to-day that the disposition of the Chi
I nette to patronize the Shipping Board trans
| Pacific liners may soon make it advisable
I to increase the steerage aoeommodtalons
I around those vessels from 3-00 to 500.
ABERDEEN. Sopt. 6.?Change of the
electric dradgoe by the Tacoma Dredging
! Company from which the Gray's Harbor
: Port Commission rents at 1326,000 per
' month, dredge Washington No. 3 will be.
made in a few days. Dredge No. 4 will
| be brought from Coosbay and put in com
| mission here, and the dredge here will be
! put in commission at Puget Sound.
| Girl Who Abandoned Her Baby
Refuses to Name Its Father
SOMERVILLE, N. J., Sept. 5.?Ethel
j Perrine, of Plainfield, who is under
] arrest here charged with abandoning
J her baby in Ra?tan, refuses to tell
the name of the child's father. He
had promised to marry her, but had
not, she said, and now had gone back
to his home in Connecticut. j
John Burns, a justice of the peace !
in Raritan, said th^ young woman told
him yesterday the child was born in a i
hospital in Plainfield, July 28, and that ?
after its birth her father refused to '
let either of -them return to her home. ?
Peter Perrine, father ?f the prisoner,
1 who lives at 318 Lee Place, Plainfield.
! said she wa? welcome, in his home and ,
i knew it. She had agreed, he said, to
have the child placed in an institution.
| -.- j
| Son III, Woman Kills Herself ?
j Mrs. Sarah Burnett, fifty-one years
i old, was found dead on the floor of her
I kitchen at 300 Summit Avenue, Jersey
City, yesterday morning with a gas
tube in her mouth and the gas turned
on. The illness of her son, who is in
the County Hospital at Laurel Hill, is
believed to have brought on a spell of
despondency, which led Mrs. Burnett
to take her life.
$150,000 Fire at Bombay, N. Y.
MALONE, N. Y., Sept. 5.?Fire de?
stroyed the central section of the vil?
lage of Bombay, twenty-five miles
west of here, on the St. Liawrsnce
River, to-day, causing a loss esti-,
mated at $150,000. The blaze is be?
lieved to have .been incendiary. Sev?
eral men were injured fighting the |
Three Killed by Gas Explosion
DETROIT, Mich., Sept. 5?Two wom?
en and a man were killed in an ex?
plosion and fire that destroyed a two- i
story building here this morning. A ]
meter had been removed from the base
ment of the building and gas was still
flowing when firemen arrived. Police
expressed the belief the explosion was
not accidental.
i ? i ? ? i i ?.
Fire Record
A. M. ?X>SS.
.-lu?161 Ludlow at., Goldberg Bros.
2:20?S63 Madison ?t., rubbish, un?
known .Trifling
?"?:4o?335 E. 97th st., taxicab In ,gar
ago, owned by Edward Fletusch
5:45?281 Grand et., Dolub & 8h*rman
9:15??3 Wotker ?t.. Specialty Suit
Case Co.. .Unknown
11:40?64 W. 60th at., ?undr Croner.
" Unknown
12:60?42-44 Amsterdam av.. awning,
unknown .TTnknown
1:23?42*' W. 39th St., rubbUh, John
Bloom .Unknown
j:d.".?149 IV. 46th st.. unknown. .Trifling
5:66?698 7th av? United ?shirt .?hop:
trifling. '?'-..
6:55?2153 2d av., Philip Jolkover;
6:16?1620 1st av.. vacant houae.Unknown
6:26??-120th st. and Park av., U struc?
ture.' N. T. Central Railroad;
7:00?22 B. 2d St., Josephs 3. Co.;
7:25?7?6 3d av.; William Callaban,
8:30?173 1st av.; Joseph Laurato,
9:00?85th, St. and 6th av.; auto;
Harry Verder. Trifling
9:10?68 W. 6Hh ?rt. ; Frank G. M*t
tarie .None
0:20?575 Hudson st.; Wllligu's
Tit A V EL
S?anJ MANILA via ^,Wf?XP?fg# ?'* U' &
-SAILINGS??r?TrM.?? ,?_
? ? "8ILVEI*. STATE".SEPTE?**?*.**. 17tt?
I* I" ?.5-SrBTni.V STATE*' .OCTOBER 1Mb
3. S. "KEY-TON- 2'';,?' ?. unvcunri? -???,
3. S. "WLVER STATE" .N?orerMBE? M
Fares. ramvsU-ns. etc.. .PPl* any ttSSiema et tourist ?gent, er
HUGH GA___AGHER.C^.E?-t.A?t..l7i*W?-<JsWr__k
iaT-Wlim-SJi miMHssssjUjHMSjiii M
Passenger and Frels?tt -ferric*--,
From New York.
AQCITANIA .... .Sept. 13 Oct. * Oct. ?8
?RRENGAHJA .. .Sept. 22 Oct. 20 -> ~
CAKMANIA .Oct. 8 Nor. 5 Dee -
tAKMANIA .Sept. 10 Deo. SI ???
CABO NI A .Sept. 24
ALBANIA <new) .. Sept. 2*9 Nov. 1 Deo 0
t-CYTIIIA (new)_Oct. 11 Nov. IS Bee. 2_
RAXONIA .Sept. 17 Oct. *_9 Bee. 18
COLL M BIA .Sept. 10 Oct. 8 Nov. S
CAMERONL. (new) Sept. 24 Oct. 2*. -.
ALGERIA .Oct. 1 Nov. 12
AHSYKIA .Oct. SO Deo. 3 .a?. 7
Canard and Anchor Steam Ship Lines,
25 Broadway. New Kork.
LA LOUR.VINE ..Sept. 3 Oct. 1 Oct. 29
CHICAGO .Sept. 7 Oct. 12 Nov. 18
LA SAVOIE.Sept. 10 Nov. 12 Deo. 10
PARIS .Sept. 14 Oct. ? Nov. 28
LA TOURAINE ...Sept. 17 Oct. I? Nov. 18
LEOPOLDINA_Sept. 17 Oct. 15 Nov. 21
FRANCK .Sept. 21 Oct. 12 Xof. 3
LAFAYETTE .Sept. 28 Oct. 22 Nov. 19
ROCHAMBEAlT ...Oct. 1 Nov. 8 Dec. 10
One class cabin rate, Hamburg Sl-fLOO
Daily sailings from Pier 33, N. R.,
foot Canal st., weekdays. 6 and 7 p.
m. ; Sundays and Holidays, at ti and
0 p. m.; We_t l_2d st. half-hour later
(Daylight Saving Time). Direct rail con?
nections at Albany to all points North,
East and West. Phone -Canal 9000.
Express Freight Service. Autos Carried.
.JAMES A. EMERSON", Receivers.
New York?Cherbourg
ORDUNA. .Sept. 10, Oct. 22
ORBITA_Sept. 24, Nov. S
OROPESA_Oct. 8, Nov. 19
2l> B'w.ay, N. Y., or local agenta
?"Steamer lr*?e?? I'ler 3?, <S. It. {b\. W. Heus
t?u 8t.), weeMajp and ?uutiaji at 3-.S9 P. M
(Uayllght ?crlni Km?). Sta.i?ro?n?t ma? b?
ratana? ia. ?dtane?. 1'hcm Sprtas J4J1.
Worcester, $4.92. Providence direct, $3.24,
Staterooms $1.62, ?2.43 and $3.24.
Dally &. Sunday?4:it) P. M. Standard Time
From Fier 19. E. B. Phon*-? :i790 Beekman,
Tickets at Pier or Consolidated Offices.
Fall Tours
Oct. .1.8?3? or ft? da;,s?$&30 and up
Frank Tourirt Co., 489 Fifth Av.,N.Y.
(Estab. 1875) Phone Vanderbilt 7390.
by sumptuous 8.S. Etaprent of Sootlsjid, "?3,000 gross
tuns.. 18 days lu JSgypt and 1'n.lestliw, et?.-. Feb. A,
1922; 63 day?, $600 up. lndudlne Shore Hieurslons.
Hotels, Guides. Driven, Fe?a, ete.
FRANK C. CLARK Times Building New York
Raymond-Whitcorab Tours
828 Fifth Aw, Tal. Mad. S?. 89)70.
NIAGARA TO THE SEA?For Illustrated
guide address John F. Pierce, Dept. 105,
Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal, Canada.
Open Through the Fall
Attractive location; 28 miles from
Urand Central Station, N. T. City.
Telephone 1760 Greenwich
Under Management of
Misses GiUan uud Edwards
Also Managers ot
Beech wood Hotel, Summit, N. 3.
will remain opeo ?luring
Tff?*^?*?* SoCIASItlTY Of CLU? Lift
am if a jjir *f*gj||nll||fl|?ri|WI fT AnTtilfl
mriv tor* omn Ht kadmom at?
Meuntslnhome'? Ideadla? HeUl
for Your Fall Vacation.
Rooms with running water. Privat? Bathr.
Special Kali Ratsa Booklet.
?Slilns? Piers se-8., Nartts Rlrcr. IMS? Vstf*
AI SSW (?sslIsM *??**?> mSsss SHsM?8.
Olympic its Cew-Murt) Sep. .4 Oct. 15 Ms?. 6
A-rtatte S8-a!himsto? ) Oct. s Not. t Not. ?*
To f 8,t,t- ? Oct. U Urn. It
\ T. 1
f UirsesMi |
Sept ?4 Ort. -3 Ne?. 1*
Oct. 1 Oet 2? K-?. 3?
N?w vork ana ?estes Aseas?
?H-artar NwU? a?- ?twias.
Oraets.H A M. S?pt- T. Oct. M
AraMe.U A -f. ?est. 30. Nov. ?. Dea ?
C-H?*r?s-...U A K. Sept, M
. ***iyin?_tn I *-*? ? Oet. 18 Na?. 18
Charbouro ^ ^ n; ?^ ^r _;) j^ ^
*****?? 1 Ott ? Not. 5 Dec 18
Samland (8d ?lass only).Oct. 14
A-on.fOtM 1 Hamburg f..?Sept. ? Oet. M
Minnekahda J- and -j .Sept. ZU Nov.
Moueh-i-Ha J Dsiwl? _.Oet 8 ??
'Also calls at Plymouth and Cher-ourf.
laternatlona! Mercantile Manna Ca.
11? ataataar??1 J50.000 Tons
9 Broadway, N. Y.. ?r Local Agaats
Special Rnte.during Hrptember,"New
York to Tampico, round trip $230.
Seven-day Stop-over at "leri* Cru-,
Affording ample opportunity to
visit tbe
Mexican Centennial
Mexico City.
For information andre*?
South America
Direct Passenger Servie? tat
Montevideo and Buenos Airea.
"Crofton Hall" Sept. 25
Accommodation First Clasg
Fauaencera only, ?pactou?
and beautifully appointed
Public Rooms.
Norton Mne
For f urt her paitlcularsspply t?
I General Agents
j 2d Bearer St. New York
11 A. M. Eastern Stands rd Tub?
RyndsM ... 11 A.M. Sept. IB Oct. IS Not. 19
N.Amsterdam 11 A.M. Sept 17 Oct. 22 Not. 2C
Noordaia ..11 A. M.Sept.24Oct.2$Doc. 3
Rotterdan .. 11 A. M. OcL ? Not. 12 Box. 17
General Passenger Ofice, 24 State St, & ?.
SpltaeMSimataraSalawiU ?or
Oraftwtna m ??a* SfoMMr
I P.M. ??My (Ml. ?M^y
M am ???fard Um (tow Lentfea Um?
Doily except Sao- Daily ax. Bu
&*=?**? ?1
AN SehmMoo Bwllsti t ??xrln? Yk*o
Tititttaat Piara on4 Cm. 1*4*4 <&??
The Palatial Passenger Steamers
R.M.S. "Niagara" R.M.S. "Matura"
20,000 Tons 13,60? Too?
Sail from Vancouver, B. C.
For fares and sailings apply Canadian
Pacific Ry., Can. Pac. Bldy., Madison Ava.
& 44th St., N. T., or to Canadlan-Australa
?Ian Royal Mall Line, 440 Seymour St.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Short Route to Orient Fr??i Seattle. Fast,
Palatial, Passenger Steamship?, Nippon
Yosen Kaisha. ?-10 Bride? ?t.. New York.
, 1 Hastrated Bouts Boole and largo Ma?
in Colors Free at 1110 Broadway. V. Y.
or by mail from ALMON C. JUDD.
Botel Elton. Water burj. Costa.
Tour New England This Fall
Motor over perfect roods; breath? to)tie sir; enjer
marniflcwit sceuery of New England at it? be?*-.
After tile dty'e run find e?ery cennnlatvot at quaint
waj'sh'o 'lung, modem rltv hotel? or fcjoou? wocrt?.
Per road map addiee? WM. M. KIMBALU Bacj.
N. B. Hotel Ast'n. Draper Hotel, Northamptim,, Maas.
New Waumbek
Jefferson, N. H.
Frank P. Shuts, Manas?
The Ideal Route Bet wee?*
?ayligiit Saving Tiaae. AU Sorr-iee Bubi
Jert to Chaage W-ithoot NotSc?.
Daily, tnctodina- Huaday. ?teamer "Wash?
ington Irving" or "Hendrick Hudson''
leaves Desbrosses Street at S :99 A. fS-i
West 42d Street *:.0 A. M., *-Vec-*i lSjrth
Street 9:4? A. M., Yonkers 10:15 A. M. ,
for ?Newburgh, -tPouahkcep-ie. Kinga-oa ;
Point. Catski!!. Hudson and Albany.
Bally, Including- Spade?, steamer "DeWitf '
Clinton*? leaves West 42nd Street 18:89 A< ?
M., West 129th Street 10:_0 A. M.. Yonkerrf ;
10:80 A. M. for tBear Mountain. *We?i
Point (except Sunday), tN?-A-*j_r#;b a_p.<t
On Saturday Afternoon oteamer "Alfeenr'*
leaves Desbrosses Street 1:39 P. M.. W..
42nd Street 1:60 P. M.. W. 129th Street;
2:10 P. M., Yonkers .-..0 P. _*., for tBeas
Mountain, fWest Point and ? Newbura-h. (
Sunday, ate__?er "Hendric?? Hudson**;
leaves Dc~bro__e? f?tre*-t 0:30 A. M., ter
"Bear Mountain, tNevrburgh and tPoiia-br
keepsie. ,
VA retara steamer name day from pointe
marked *.
Ail through rail tickets betweea tiaw
York and Albany accepted.
(Connection at Albany with Now To?! i
Central and D. it H. Railroad?.
Telephone Canal 9390.
l/ay Line
1? Atlantin Highland?. New Jersey,
feaeJt-le, Week Days ami Sanias*
(DarKgbt Savia? T_oo?*>
fe?m r?9-t0 a.m. i fr*m ( ?U ?_m.
Bsttsry J 1.39 $.m \ Atianti? J 5 ?.m
L-tUI-sl 8.00 ?.m i HHhl-n.i\9x;e._?
?Momma Trip Omitted, Mond?me.
Telephone Broad 7380 and *iOS4
1 No Trip Friday Eveaina, Sept, ?i bpa
clal Charter. 165th U. 8. Infantry,
Rainbow Division.
TfcnJHtMibttsit &
Special Sefca_B?e for TUESDAY, Seat f.
Lv. W. 129 St. Pier 1, N. R. Coeey liUs.
9:40 4:00 10:25 4:45 11:35 St45
10:40 5:00 1I:2? 5:45 12:25 6:8?
11:40 ?:?? _2:-5 7:00 3:23 ?:?.?.
12:40 1:30 ? 1:25 8:20 3:25 0:25
S:09 8:80 2:45 9:80 8:45 10:8"
8:00 P.M. 3:45 P.M. 4*5 P.M.
Telephone Whitehall 1.79.
Season Closes Sunday, Sept 11 ?
A Parftet One-Day Outma_
BJC*. Jr\ S^k
i Tho People's Popular Bay Resort.
$tea! Str. CJUCItMONT Lv*. Bsttery S A. H.
Str. ONTEOAA L?. W. l2Mfi St. 9:J0 A. ?.
Round Trip?Week Days?Adults, f?e;
Children, 30c. Suns. & Hols.?Adults, *1;
Children, 60c. (Including "War Tax.)
Palisaden Interstate Park Cotura'vsiea
Phones: John 4SS?i, Bowling Green 7? 1$
lv. Franklin St., Pier 2?, N. R., wesbv
i days, 8:.?0 a. ni.. i:?&. p. in. Battery, tieft '
'a. rn., 3:15 p. m. SUNDAYS: Franklin *L.
is:30. 9:26: Battery, 8:? 5. 8:46 m. m.
10:30, 2:50. Lecturer, refresh mente. TcL Brood Us?.
To HANDY HOOK and th? OCEAN. 1.-38P. M
Sight seeing ?round Manhattan Island daily
end Sunday, 14:80 A 2:31. W. ?2d St., No?
York Central Pier 83. Phone L?Mige.cre USA.
Newburgh, JPoughkeepsle, Kingston ?ad
CatoklU Mts.?Lv. Franklin St., 4 P. ML.
siat., 1 ?ad 3:80 P. M.; Sun., 4:30 P. M. AU
?teamero leave w. 129th St. h?lf hour later
ATLANTIC cm. R. ft.
?m%TL?mx CITY
"Plumb on the Boardwalk"
Great Atlantic City Pageant
I of September 7th and 8th
1Pl*vTE?, TU?
Without Reducing. ALAMAC ota?
dards of Service or Cuisine
Slnole Room?-Ruin! ?b Water %6 ?cHy
Singlo Room?Runntng Water $35 wsofcty
Double Room?Running Water $ 10 dolly
Double Room?Running Water $65 wcofc'y
3 ?Ingle Room with Roth.$? daily
Singlo Room with Bath-$50 weekly
Double Room with Bath.$14 deity
Double Room with Bsth-$75 weekly
$2 oar day and up
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_Wow Ootf Cla? PrlrUogoa,
7?T?AYM01E "SiT
Worlds ?rcdtesrHotel S?cete*
Special Bates boirtembeT 18 to December 18.
WA*HJN<;*POX, ?. c
WUI ?email. Open A? hammer.
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