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Lasker Pay Roll In 3 Months Ship Board at Washington Offices Alone Effects an Annual Saving in Salaries of $2,941,1061 i Oversea Staffs Are Next Sheedy Being Sent a\broad : to ' Make Proportionate ! Reductions in Personnels f"rir*> The T-hvne's Waahinat.on Bureau WASHINGTON, Sept. 16.?A reduc? tion ?f 1,966 in the numlrer of em? ployees, effecting a saving; of $2,941, 10*5, with additional cuts in the per ??onncl to follow in thirty days, was an? nounced to-day by Chairman A. B. Las? ker ?? a result of the economy program of the united States Shipping Board. These curtailments in the iirst three month-* of the new administration of the government's shipping agency, Mr. Lisker said, represent only the reduc? tions that have taken place in the per? sonnel of the Washington office or headquarter? of the Shipping Board. The board hopes, he added, that pro? portionate reductions and savings can be made in the cutting down process to be applied to field forces in this country and in Europe. The European staff, particularly that gt London, is to be cut to th? bone. Out cf the staff of 589 employees now in Europe approximately 500 are to be relieved in the reorganization scheme that has been decided upon by the board. To put this plan into effect the board to-day approved the selection by General Manager J. W. Powell of J. H. Sheedy. of New York, a practical ship administrarrr. who is to be sent imme? diately to London to take active charp-e of the Shipping Board's European force, succeeding Captain Frank E. Ferns. From 8,324 to 6,358 When the new Shipping Board as aur.-.ed office or. June 5, the personnel ir. the Washington offices alone totaled 8,32-.. with a yearly pay roll of $15,893,- ! 796, Chairman Lasker sai a. The Shipprng Board's pay roll of yesterday " three m nth -s after the Lasker administration b<-*gan to func? tion shewed 6,358 names with an annual salary outlay of $12,952.690. making a total net reduction of l,96o employees and a saving of ?2,941,106 in the annual payroll. "These reductions." Chairma Lasker said, "represent about half of what the board intends to do in the way of r?dneing expenses. The board hopes that within'another thirty days an? other lopping off of approximately 2.000 employees can be effectd." It is the plan of the board to entirely America--.:ze me European forces, which now are almost wholly made up of em? ployees of f reign nationality, largely British lubjects. The June pay roll showed 539 employees accredited to the European offices, representing a total outlay of $908,463 a year. In the reor n-"usatio-i pians to be put into effect by fir. Sheedy the board hopes to limit the no-sber of employees in European ports to one hundred. The selection of Mi. Sheedy was ap? proved to-day by the board, before which General Manager Powell made a br.'-f reporrt on the necessity for im? mediately cutting down the European force and the installation of ^new methods in the operation of the Ship? ping Board's branch there. Sheedy a Navy Man Mr. Sheedy originally was a navy man, who has passed his life ir. the ihip building and ship operation busi? ness, being connected for. some time With the Ocean Steamship Company and with ship building plants on the Pacific Coast. Chairman Lasker said that Mr Sheedy's latest connection was with ar oil con-many, which offered him $20,00C a year "if he would remain, but thai he had elected to come to the 'boarc at the request of Mr. Powell and serv? for $11,000 a year. He will be genera manager of the London office and hav< genera! supervision over the Shipping Board's European staff. Captain Ferris who has been the board's agent it Europe, will remain as an assistant t< Mr. Sheedy until the reorp-anizatio! planned has been put into effect. Chairman Lasker explained that un der the system now in vogue there ir considerable duplication of effort b; the European a-rrencies of the Shippinj Board, and that the offices there wer. not in sufficiently close contact witl Washington headquarters. As a resul of this, he said, confusion has pre vailed, and a remedy is to be applie. by Mr. Sheedy. Chairman Lasker said that the tota of new employees put on by the boar In three months was 382, but the many of these were transfers fror other government departments. Army Orders from T\a Tr?o-une**- Waahinaton Buraau Washington sept. i6.?Army oraet tKued to-.-!ay follow: Medical Corp" H?twi?t, Ma}. J M., to New Tork. Fllktns, Capt. C K.. to Camp Dir*. Healv, Capt. M. O.. to Honolulu. XcKellar. Maj. H. R- to Camp o!*. Oreenleaf, Col. H. S., to Fort Thomas. Svana, Capt_ X H., resigned. Quartermaster Corps Johnson. Lt. Col. F". C. to Camp "Dir. Pralle. <-apt. R. B., to Washington. Totten. Capt. Q. H.. to Camp Holablrrt. Pforahelr-ie-r, Capt. H., to Fort Hancock. Dental Corps Anthony. Capt. A. E., to Fort De? Molne Wcol?ey. Capt. W. W? to Fort Rtley. Cavalry Cramer, Maj. S. W. jr., to Philadelphia Allen, Capt. F. A. jr., to Norfhfleld. Infantry Sjymar-iki, Lt. H. ... to Evaneton. Bolts. Capt. C. la., to Camp Travis. Finance Department Connor, Ltr. J. M., to Fort Bam Ho"Ston Bolt, Capt. E. F., to Portland. ' Miscellaneous Hart-tins, Chaplain T. A.. U. S. a**i_ Arcadia, weatcott. Chaplain H. R.. U. S. A-. > Kelly Field. Aaams, Capt. H. J., Slg. C. to Can Tra?l?. ?txby, J.t. t.. B., F. A., to Chicago. arott, Maj. O. IL, Air Svc, to Cria Plaid. i u _ INLAND WATERWAYS BULK AND PACKAGE FRE1CB INLAND MARINE CORI 132 Nam? St. Bcekraan 4291 *1?*-a mit lr? New Tork to Buffalo, Chicago and principal labe porta. Via Mate Barge Canal. Running time 1 days fc^^J^TKBaXHAN. KAIia-K ATE? .montre?X^?w York transport co., limite ?. tottery Plaw-e. Wliltel-ati MS3 Berchaudl?? Package Delivery *"KVy YORK to MONTKl-A.aU Inland AU-Water Boat? ??% laowsir Tu*? Rail Bats* -aaiUags VmUj, i Marine Reports Figures Indicated nr? ?tnndurd Um? THE TIDES High Wat t. low w?ter. AM PM AM PM Sandy Hook. 7rt0 7:4S 1:23 IMS Governor's lslanxl. *:.'?* ?rO* ?:03 3:20 Hell Gate. SrHS 8:M 4:09 4:18 Winds at Sea To-day Hatter*.? t.i Kes Weal -Moderate vari? able winds mostly ??net, fair weather. East Quit? Moderate east winds and gcner?!ly fair weather. We?t Quit?Moderat? eaat and southeast winds und generally fair weather Caribbean Sea and Windward Passage? Moderate variable wind?, partly overcast ? weather ar.il local showers. North of Sand} Hook -Moderate vari? able winds and fair weather. Sandy Hook to Hatter???Moderate east to south winds and fair weather. Arrived Yesterday Btr Orbita (Br), Hamburg Sein S, Cher? bourg and Southampton Sept 6; to the Royal Mall Steam Packet Co; with 211 Brat, 231 second cabin. 14 5 steer?(,-.? pas? sengers, malls and mdse; Pier 42. N II Str Grove (Nor), Maraoalbo Sept 4, Cura? ca.. Sept 6; to Riles, Dallett & Co; with mdse. Flor 11, Bklyn. _ Str City o? St Joseph, Leghorn Aug 20, Genoa Aug 22. Palamos Aug 2(, Barcelona Aug 27. Tarragona Aug 2S, Valencia Aug 30, Denla A\ig 35; to C D Mallory A Co; with mdse: Pier :t Army Rase, Bklyn. Sir Archimedes (Bn, Manchester Sepl " : to the White Star Line; with mdse; Pier 05. N R. Str Salland (Du). Amsterdam ? Sept 3; to Punch. Edye ft Co; with mdse; Pier 3, Bush Docks. Bklyn. Str Nicholas Cuneo (Nor), Sama Sept 9, P.ara^o?. Sept 10; to the Atlantic Fruit Co: with fruit; Pier 26, E R. Str Snar (Nor). Tainpleo Aug 81, Balti? more Sep' 13; to the New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Co; with mdse: Pur ?7, Bklyn. Sir Agwlstar. Marseille?? Aug 30; to th? New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Co; in ballast : Pier 14. ER. Str City of Montgomery. Savannah Sept 1 13; to the Ocean Steamship Co; with pas? sengers and mdse; Pier 35. N R Str El Valle. Galveston Sept l<1: to the Southern Faclflc Co, with nids?; Pier &1, N R. Str Tar.hmoo. Dublin Sept fi; to Moore * McCormack. with mdse; anchored off Quarantine. ? Str Sagua. Philadelphia Sept 15: r?> Atlantic Fruit Co, with mdse; Bushey's D I', Brooklyn. Str Frederick R Kellogg, Tampico Sept. 17: to Pan-American Petroleum & Trans? port Co. with oil: Carteret, N J. Str ?:'.eergeanna \V??ras, Baltimore; to the Halshaw Steamship Co, with mdse; Pur 27. E R 3tr Comanche, Jacksonville Sept 18, Charleston Sept '.4; to the Clyde Steamship Co, with pass and mdse; Pier 37, N R. str Bonny (Br) Liverpool Sept 2; to Daniel Bacon, In ballast; ft of 30th st. Brooklyn. Str Corson, Hamburg Sept 2: to the Kerr Steamship Co, with md3c; ft of 67th st, Brooklyn. Str Tosta (Nor), Macoris Sept 3, La Romana Sept 4. Sanchez and tama?a Sept. 6, Monte Cristo Sept S. Turks Island 8ept 9; to the Columbus ?hipping ?Jo, with mdse; Pier 7".. N R. Str Hamilton, Norfolk: to the Old : Dominion Transportation Co, with mdse; . T?i?r ?>fi V T? Stair Arabic (Br), Southampton and ' Cherbourg sept 7; to th. White Star Line .vttri 475 tirst. 243 second cabin, 90 steer? age 'ass, mails and md??; Pier 50. N' P.. ?tr Regina d'ltalla (Ital). Naples Sept 2; to Furness. Withy & Co. with 64 cabin. 1,113 steerage pas3. mails and mdse; Pier. 4, Bush Docks. Brooklyn. Str Batika (Du). Sourabaya July 7, ' Samarang July P, Batavl July 9, Sahang July 22. Perirn An? 7, fort Said Aug 14, ; Sal?nica Aug 19. Pyrens Aug 25, Gibraltar : Sept 1, Boston Sept 6; to Funch. Edye A: Co, with mdse; Pier 4, American Docks, I S I, U S S Kimberty, Newport, R I; anchored ' ?IT Pt?th st, N R. 17 S S Caldwell, Newport, R I: anchored off 96s st. N R. U S S Converse, Newport, R I; anchored off 9Sth st, N R. I" S S Gwtn, Newport, R I; anchored off 96th st. N R. U S S Conner. Newport, R I; anchored ofr 56th st, N R. U S S Stockton, Newport, R I; anchored off 9 6th st. N R. TJ S S Maryland, Provtncetown: anchored off 120th st. N R. FI M S Dauntless, Hull; to British Royal Navy; Navy Yard. Brooklyn. Str City of St Joseph, Leghorn and Genoa. Str Yaque. Porto Plata. Str Noordam (Du), Rotterdam and Boulogne; to the Holland-America Line w:?h p???, malls nr..i mdse. Str Editor, Rotterdam. Sailed Yesterday Strs, Satartla ?Am), Port Said, Karachi an i Colombo; Hughll (Br), Norfolk; Tuck anuck (Am), Boston: Eastern Queen (Am), Pago Pago, Suva and Brisbane; Joseph J Cuneo (Nor), Tanamao; Hubert ?Am). Norfolk, Ceara and Macieo; Gen? eral George, w Goethiils (Am), Port au Prince ar.d (S-istoba!; bark Cecil P Stewart (Am). Brunswick, Ga. Cavaila (Swed), Gothenburg; Nlohe, eBaumont; Melville Dollar (Br). Norfolk and Savannah; Prirra D?r Nedertanden (Du), Port-au-Prince; Moyo Maru (Jap), Yokohama via San Francisco; Eagle, towing Oneka, Provl I donee, Erholm (Nor), -. Cleared Str Leopoldina (Braz), Captain Coutoron; Havre; French Line. Str Hubert (Br), Captain AsMnall; Cera and Maceo via Norfolk; Funch, Edye & Co. , Str Cavaila (3w), Captain Engstrom; i Gothenburg and Malmo; Furness, Withy & Co. Str Joseph J Cuneo (Nor), Captain ;Jacobsen; Antilla; .Atlantic Fruit Co. Str Prins der Nederlanden (Dt), Captain ?Van Baaren; Cape Haiti and Port au ; Prince; Funch, Edye A Co. Str Celtic. (Br), Captatn BeaaneU; Llver ! pool: White Star Line. Str Assyria (Br), Captain Osborne; ! Liverpool, Glasgow via Boston; Anchor Line. Str Yellavia (Br>. Captain Fear; London; Cunard Line. Str Londoninr (Belg), Captain Palm; Antwerp and Havre; Lloyd Royal Beisre. Str General G W Goethals (Am). <~"aptaln ' Oakley; Port au Prince and Cristobal; ! Panama R r Line. ?Str Fort Hamilton (Br). Captain Francis; 1 Bermuda; Furness. Withy & Co. Str Nleuw Amsterday (Dt), Captain Van r'en'ieuovel; Rotterdam via Plymouth and ?Boulogne; Holland-America Line. Str Bristol Citv (Br). Captain Cnilks; I Bristol; James .-?rkell ft Co. Str Saxonla (Br), Captain Hassock; Ply mouth and Hamburg: ?"?unard Line. Str American Legion (Am), Captain Corkum; Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo and ' Buenos Ayres: Munson Une. Str Melville Dollar (Br). Captain Wright; Vancouver and Yokohama via Norfolk and ?Savannah; Dollar s S Co. Str Northland (Am), Captain Allen; Boston: Eastern S S (*o. Str Niobe (Am), Captain Lake; Beau? mont; Robert L Hague. Str City of Montgomery (Am), Captain Hammond: Savannah; Ocean Ss Co. Str Alamo (Am), Captain Smith; Oal veston: Mallory Line. Str Comanche (Am), Captain Chlehes ter; Jacksonville and Charleston; Clyde Line. Str Virginian (Am). Captain Greene; Hamburg; United American Line. Str Kroonland (Am), Captain Newman; Antwerp, Plymouth and Cherbourg via Boston: Red Star Line. Str Princess May (Br), Captain Hill; Kingston; Dl Giorgio A Co. Str Veendyk (ttt). Captain Dekema: Messina and Catania, Funch, Edye A Co. Str Dorothy (Am). Captain HIgglna; Puerta Plata and Sanchez; Bull Line. Str Daneholm (Dan), Captain Petersen: Progreso, Vera Cruz and Tampico; Munson Line. Str Carrillo (Am). Captain Llvtngaton; Santiago and Kingston; L'nlted Fruit Co. Str Pastore? (Am), Captain Glenn; Havana, Cristobal and Port Llmon; L'nlted Fruit Co. Str Bethelrldge (Am). Captain Abraham sen; Port Lobos; Walker A Daly. Str Edith (Am), Captain Briggs: San Juan and Ponce; A. *f. Bull A Co. Str Kennemerland (Dt), Captain Bruin vis; Amsterdam; Funch, Edye A Co. Str Mundelta (Am), Captatn Fleming; Calbarien and Nuevltas; Munson Line. Sehr Charles F Gordon: Captain Bower; Perth Amboy; J F Whitney. Sehr Audrey P Brown (Br). Captain Brown; Newark; J F-Whitney. Due To-day I Vessel. Port. Agency. Vasconla, Shields, Aug 30.Cunard Lin? Roma, Lisbon. Sept 4.Fabr? Lin? General H F Hodges, Cristobal, Sept >>. Panama R R Lin? AlbanU, Liverpool, Sept 7... Cunard Lin? Berengarla, Southampton, Sept lO.Cunard L France, Havre. Sept 1ft.French Line Noordam. Rotterdam. Sept 7..Holl-Am Lin? Caracas, Curacao. Sept 10.Red D Lin? Due To-morrow Caronta, LlTarpoo!, Sapt 10. ...Cunard Lina Huron, Santo?, Sept 6.Mun?on Lin?s Lapland. Antwerp. Sept 10. ? -Red Star Lin? Mexican, Boston. Sept 17. .United Am Line? Camoena, Barbados, Sept 10. Lamport A Holt Lin? j Ulua. Havana, Sept 15.United Fruit Co Due Mondisy ; Baltic, Liverpool. Sept 10. .White Star Lin? I Stavangerfjord, Beigen Sejyt 10. Norwegian-Am Line I WiHWeno, Hamburg, Sept 7..Williams S S ? o ?San M?fio, Tela, Sept l3..Unlte?l Fruit Co i Santa Elisa, Callao. Sept 7.W R Orace j Ksperatixa, Havana, Sept 15....Ward Line T?xan. Colon. Sept 11..United Am?r Ltn?? j Pence. San Juan. 6ept 1?.N Y A P R a? Co I Daw Tuesday ?Olympia. Southampton, Sept ll.Whlt? Star America, Cherbourg. Kept 18.... IT 9 Linen "vVillhilo, Cristobal. Sept 12..Williams & S Co Cameronla, Glasgow, Sept 10. Anchor Line Argentina. Trieste, Sept 2.Phelps Uros kjlockbolin. Gothenburg. Sept to. Swed-Amer Lin? Mexico, Havana. ?i.p) m."Ward Lin? Vtrgtl, Barbados, ?HepI 12. Lnmport ; Holt Line Mt Carroll. Hamburg, Sept I)..Un Am Lines Due Wednesday Canada, Palermo, Sept g.Fabre Line' Huron, Santos. 8epl 5.Munaon Lines Huron, Turks tale, Sapt IS. Clyd a D Lino Due Thursday Vasar!, Liverpool, Sept 12. Lnmport A Holt Lin? Brat?,.T(l?i??l!l??, Pi-pl ?.Fahre I,In* Orcgonlan, Hamburg, Sept H..Un Am Lines Due Friday T-afayette, Havre, Sept 14....French Line Dante Allghlsrt. Naplca. Sept ?. alcDonall a Truda Due Saturday. September 24 Finland. Antwerp. S-pt 18..Red Star Line Manchuria, Hamburg. Sept iL.Amcr Lino Outgoing Steamships The hours given below are standard time; for daylight saving time add on? hour. Soli To-day Mall Vessel Closes. Sails. Kroonland. Ant warp.. ?:00 AM 11:00 AM Nieuw Amsterdam, Rot? terdam. 7:00 AM 11:0? AM fiaxonla, Hamburg.7:00 AM 11:00 AM La Touralne. Havre.. .10:30 AM 1:00 PM Dorothy, -run Domingo City. 7 10 AM 11:00 AM Ft Hamilton, Bermuda. 6:30 AM 9.00 AM Pastors?. Ft Limon... ?:00 AM !':00AM ?Rosalind, St Johns_ 6:.10 AM ?:00 AM Carrillo. Tela. ?:50 AM 10:00 AM Pulwlco, St Thomas... ?:30 AM 12:00 M Daneholm, Vera Crux. . 7:30 AM 11 .00 AM American Legion. Rio tie Janeiro.15:30 PM 2:00 PM Morro Castle, Havana.. 7:00 AM 11:00 AM Kan Lor.snzo. San Juan. 7:30 AM 11:00 AM Zulla, Curacao. 7:30 AM U:00AM Assyria. Live-pool.- UrCO AM Leopoldina, Havre..- 11:10 AM | ndlth. Ponce.- 11:00AM . ? "lian, Kingston.- 11 ?10 AM Coltl-s, Liverpool.- 11:00 AM Sail Tuesday i Arable. Naples. 7:30 AM 11:00 AM i ('Id North State, Lon? don. S 00 AV. iron M ! Clan Ranald. Cp Town. 11 ;00 AM 2:00 PM ! Gen O 11 Knut. Cris? tobal .32:30PM 3:00PM I Mayaro, Trinidad. 7:00 AM 11:00 AM Slxaola, Santa Marta... 3:00 AM 12.00 M Vaque, San Domingo City .10:30AM ,2 00 PM City Island Bound Sooth Schrs Nova Que>*n <Brl, Campbellton, N B.Vor New York: A II Comeau (Bn, New Richmond, Que, for New York: Marine ? (Br), Qaspe for New York; J Lloyd Hawk I ridge, Providence for New York. Bound Faast Sehr* T K Bentley (Br), Jersey City for ; Pt John; Lincoln, Fort Reading for Buck , port. Railed Sehr Hazel L Myra (Br), from Ellza ' bethport, St Johnr, N F. Trans-Pacifi*? Mails The conneetins malls close at the General PofitolTieo and City Hal! PostofYlce Station, New York, at 7 p. m., as follows: Tahiti, Marquesas, Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia, via San Fran? cisco, steamship Marama. September 18. Japan, Corea and Siberia, via Seattle, steamship Manila Maru, September 13. China. French Indo-Chlna. Netherlands East Indios (except Sumatra), and Philippine Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, steamship Monteagle, September 19. Hawaii, Samoan Islands, Australia and New Zealand, via San'Francisco, steam? ship Sonoma, September 29. Reports by Wireless By U. S. Shipping Board Service Aftwlmoon 111 S Hatteras Sept 15. Albert B "Watts 191 WS"W Sand Key Sept 15. Arapaho? 76 N Hatteras Sept 16. Artron 163 NE Juptt'-r Sept 15. Bayway 133 SW Hatteras Sept 16. Beatrice 10 SW Frying Pan Sept 16. Calvert 100 E Hatteras Sept 13. Capillo !) S Great Isaac Sept 15. Cavo Mambi 35? S Ambrose Sept 15. Concho 340 S Scotland LV Sept 1?. Crarnpton Anderson 2-?8 E Tampico Sept IS David McKelvv 100 K Loboa Island Sept 1-5. Donald McKay 2"4 SW Bnlbon Sept 15. Editor 40 B Ambrose Sept 10. Kdmore 249 "W gfcattl? 8 FM*.Sept 15. Edward L Dohtrny Jr 7 from Alligator Sept 15. El Oriente 333 NW Tortugas Sept 16. F J Luckenbach 170 S Scotland LV g PM Sept 15. George G Henry 246 B Tampico Sept 15. Oulfeoast 2S0 E Sabine Bar S*-pt 15. Culfmai? lia ? Jupiter Sept 15. Gulfprlnce J-*. S*v Hatteras Sept 15. II II Rogers 73 K Tampico Sept 15. H M Flakier 279 ESE GalveBton Sept 16. Hilton 286 ENK Cape Henry Sept 16. Tnspertcr 40 SW Hatteras Sept 11, J A Bostwtck 52 E Sand Key Sept 15. J E O'Neil 97 SW by S Hatteras Sept 15. Japan Arrow 175 E Lobos Island Sept 15. Julia Luckenbach 520 NE Colon S PM Sept 14. Kr.oJcvIlU City 657 SW Galveston Sept 15. ? Like Farlstell n SW Hatteras Sept 16. Lake Fife 194 S Ambrose Sept 16. ? Margaret 17 SW Sand Key Sept 15. Matlnlcock 40 S Jupiter Sept 16. i Munsomo 20 S Jupiter Sept 15, Newona 85 NE Tampico Sept 15. Newport 42 S BalrAa 8 PM Sept 15. New England 1,038 E Cape Henry Sept 15, New York 22 E Sand Key Sept 15. . Noordam 528 from Ambrose Sept 15. , Occidental 80 E Sand Key Sept 15. Orient City 59 from Balboa S PM Sept 15. ! Parlsmlna 223 SE South Pass Sept 15. I Penearrow passed Hatteras Sept 16. : Pennsylvania 8 3 E Tarr.plco Sept 15. Sabina Sun 9 W Sand Kev Sept 15. Salem County 116 SW Hatteras Sept 16. j San Lorenzo 146 SW Hatteras Sept 16. ?San Mateo 730 N Tela Sept 15. . Santa Eliza 1,144 S Scotland LV Sept 15. : Pelma City 277 S San Pedro 8 PM Sept 15. : Shenandoah 173 NE Lobos Island Sept 15. ! Standard 233 W Sand Kev Sept 15. ? Sunshine 310 E Tampico Sept 15. ! Swiftstar 35 S Hatteras Sept 15. : Swlftsure 24 S Hatteras Sept 15. IT H Wheeler 164 S Hatteras Sept 16. Tlvlvea 439 S Ambrose Sept 15. Trinidadian 160 SE Sabine Bar Sept 15. W C Teagla 65 Lobos Island Sept 15. W L Steed 4? K Tampico Sept 15. Walter Hardcastle 165 S Galveston Sept 15, Westmoreland 16 W Nantucket LV Sept 16. William H Doheny 30 N Jupiter Sept 15. Yoko Maru off Astoria 8 PM Sept 15. Zoppot 75 SW Key West Sept 15. American Ports BALTIMORE, Sept 16?Arrived r Sirs I L P Holmblad (Kn). Copenhagen and Shields via Boston and Philadelphia; ?waster (Br), Gibraltar. Sailed: Strs Gerty (Ital), Galveston: Maasdijk (Dut). Hamburg; Steel Ranger, Philadelphia: Parthenla (Br), Glasgow via Halifax; Hampden, Portland. Me. BOSTON, Sept 16?Arrived: Str Jtm iati, Baltimore and Norfolk. Sailed: Strs San Bias (Br), Havana. Cristobal and Port Limon; Lake Elamere. Charleston and Jacksonville. CHESTER, Pa, Sept 16?Sailed: Str Agwlhavre. Port Lobos. GALVESTON, Sept IS?Arrived: Strs El Sol, New York: Mexoil, Tampico; Heglra., Rotterdam; H C Folger, Philadelphia r Du rango, New Orleans; Carmarthenshire (Br), Hull: Carls. New OrleanR. Sailed: Strs Saxon, Baltimore; Alfred (Oer), Denmark; Novian (Br), Liverpool; Walter D Munson, New York; Vauchlln (Fr). Havre and Ant? werp; Boktund (Nor). Denmark. MOBILE, Sept 16?Sailed: Strs Mu??ala, Havana; FairfleM City, New Orleans; Port Antonio (Nor), Belise. MONTREAL. Sept 16?galled: Strs Ham bleton Range (Br), Rotterdam; Victorian (Br). Liverpool: Mary Amelia (Br), Azores. NORFOLK, Sept 16?Arrived, 15tb: Strs City of Glasgow (Br), New York; Eirene (Br), Malta; 16th: Dacre Castle (Br). Port Arthur; Penmorvah (Br), New Orleans; Strathlorne (Br). Baltimore; Alglc. Phila? delphia; Penearrow (Br), New Orleans; Coastwise, New England; Newton. New England; Clyde Maru (Jap). Hamburg. Sailed, 16tb: Sirs Klfuku Maru. Portland, Ore; New Aster (Br), Baltimore; Pera kles (Nor). Portland, Ore, 16Ch: Venezuela. Havana; schrs Rosalie Hull. Sanchez; Harry C Peering, Portland, Me; Henry F Krettger, New England; Josephine A Mc I Questen, Boston*; strs Bourges (Fr), Mar? seilles; Maiden, New England; Horxle, Bel? fast and Dublin; Ramon Do Larrinaga (Br), Genoa. PHILADELPHIA. Sept 16 ?Arrived: Strs Lexington (Br). Glasgow, etc.. via Boston; Soestdyk (Dt), Rotterdam via (Boston; Edgar F Luckenbach. Rotterdam and Hamburg via New York; J C Donnell, Port Arthur;- Indian. Savannah; Merrl mack. Jacksonville and Savannah. Sailed: Strs Fre.lne? <Norl. Bristol; Lumen (Br), Amsterdam; J Fletcher Farrell. Houston; Robert Maerak (Dan). St Johns, N F; Pontia. New York. PORT BAJDS. Sept 16?Arrived: Strs A C Bedford, Port Lobos; Cardium (Br), Tampico; Charles Pratt, Mexico; M F Ellott. Port Lobos: Momua, New York; Parismtna, Bocas del Toro; Texaco N*?147 Port Arthur. Sailed: Sir? Danville. Tarn 1 pico: Fred "W Weller, Norfolk; George Pierce. Galveston; Missouri (Fr), Havre; Orleans, Hamburg; Rajah, Progreso; Sagua (Dom), Jucaro, Cuba: Sweden Mam (Jap), Hamburg; Truxillo, Tampico; Western (Br), Genoa. PORTLAND, Me. Sept 1??Arrived and r sailed: Sehr Frank Bratnard, Apple River, ?N S. for New York. Sailed. Schra Vil 1 Ham H Harrlman. Hampton Roads, A ! Brnest Milla. Norfolk SAVANNAH, Sept 16?Arrived: Str Dun' clutha (Br). Norfolk; City of Columbus. Boston. Sailed: Strs Faroworth (Br), Havr? and Antwerp: Bjornaterne (Nor), Bremen ami Hamburg; Essex. Jackson villa, ST JOHN. N B, Sept If.?Sailed: Schra White way (Br). Eastport; Waeg wollte. New York. Foreign Port* Arrivals From New York ROI'EN. Sept 12?Str Pawnee. ANTWERP. Sept in?Str Eglantier (Reift) RIERA, Sept. 14 ?Drnmore Castle (Br), CALLAO, Sept 14- sir Bssequlbo (Br). TRIESTE. Sept 14? Str Italia iHr). LONDON, Sept it;?str Centennial State. VIGO S.'Pt 15?Str Belvedere ?it). BRISTOL, Sept 15?Str New York City. MANCHBSTBR, Sept 14?Str Clan Mac 1 .fu i Br). REVAL, Sept 2?Sirs Lackawanna Val? ley and Plow City. Departure? Tor New York PADANG, Sept 1.1? Str .lava (Du). COLOMBO, Sept 14?str City of New? castle illr). from Calcutta. PERIM, Sept 15 ?Str City of Agra (Br), from Calcutta, RIO DE .JANEIRO. Sept 15?Sir Canada I M a r u (Jap). LONDON, Serf 15- Str Vlrgllla (Br). SOUTHAMPTON, Sept 16?Str Finland, from Antwerp. Maritime Miscellapy 1 NEW BEDFORD, Mass. Sept 16?New York may be omitted as a port of call for th" Portuguese government steam.-.hip line, the transports Maritimes and Dees? tado making New Bedford the only port In this country where the line's v?asela will touch. This announcement is unid? by Captatn Decanto, in command of the St Vicente, 'who came to this country under special Instructions to investigate the cauao of the delays that have in-, variably detained Ihe line .steamers in Neu- York. The :-'t Vicente sailed for the Azore? and Lisbon this morning with 580 passengers, the largeat number ever ? ar ried by the vessel, SAN FRANCISCO. Sept 1 *i?The tug? Sea Monarch and .^ea Lion returned h're to-day after having towed the Str Canadian Importer to Victoria. Orders for them to proceed to Naknok to bring back two barks of Hi" salmon packing fleet have been canceled. The sir? Cardiganshire (Br) and Vecht dljk (Du) have b?en assigned to the Joint Royal Mall and Holland-America service between this coast and Europe as addi? tional tonnage for the height of the sea? sonal man. The Cardlganshlpo, 5.991 torra net. will be the largest vessel In this trade. The motorahlp Pedro ChrlstopherHen iSwed? will be returned to the Johnson Line Europoan service, supplementing the present fleet of motorshlpa. Captain J Chrlatenaen and seven m?m hers of the crew of the power schv Lotus , arrived here to-day on the str Humboldt. I which picked them up from a small boat | after they had abandoned the Lotus on tir... The fire started in the forward hold '??'m an unknown cause, Captain Christen sen said. SAN PEDRO, Sept 16?En rout" to x.w York to become the peace flagship of the Atlantic fleet, the Btr Great Northern, for? merly an army transport, arrived hen? yes? terday from San Francisco. A large num? ber of naval men and their families are carried as passengers. The motorship La Merced, which ground? ed Wednesday after colliding with a navy oil barge, was floated at high tidn yes? terday. The navv is invest ira tin? the rnl. liston. VANCOUVER. Sept 16 ? Out of her eourse in the first narrows, the tug Flyer yesterday went ashore, high and dry. It Is expected she will be floated at high tide. Navigation on the Yukon River will be closed this year a week earlier than In the past because of disasters which oc? curred during the last week of navigation In 19H0. The last sailings from IJawson will be September 20. Eleven hundred passengers of all classes sailed for the Orient yesterday on Die str Empress of Russia (Br). VICTORIA. Sept 16?Examination of the bottom of the Gt.r Canadian Importer has failed to show cause for tha vessel being disabled at sea a f??w weeks ago and the theory la advanced that a seacock was open. SEATTLE, Sept 16?The Standard OU Company of California la making arrange? ments for the establishment of a fuel oil bunkering station on Whisky Island, Puget Sound. The tug Chehalls, which grounded Tues? day near Ladysmlth. was floated with the assistance of the tug' Oregon, and, undam? aged, proceeded to Chemainus. PORT TOWNSEND, Sept 16?For dis? charge at Seattle and Vancouver and over? land shipment to the East a large con ? slgnment of silk arrived here yesterday on I the str Ixion (Br). NEW HAVEN, Conn. Sept IS?The fr.-ighter Wabash, which la at. New Lon? don, was sold at auction by L'nlted States Marshal Palmer yesterday for $3 3,000 to ..' R G renn.1, of New York. The Wabash was formerly the German steamer Rudigen, interned during the war and sold by the United States Shipping Board to a French line for $840.000. The craft was libelled in May, released on June 8 aud again libelled. To satisfy the cia.ims In tho latter incident the sale was ordered. BCE?OS AYRES. Sept 14?Str Beacon Grange, from Llverpooi and Norfolk and previously reported aground, is a total loss. :, of vessel ;s at the entrance to the port of Rio Gallegos. LONDON, Sept 15?Str Hornby Castle, London and Havana for Galveston. has been towed Into Cienfuegos with machinery disabled. MONTREAL, Sept 14?Str Bellerby. while leaving port hero yesterday for Bremen, went aground on Ile Ronde and was later floated and towed to Windmill Point. Is apparently undamaged. Will be surveved. NORFOLK, Sept 15?Th?. fishing str Chesapeake arrived here yesterday with ; a broken propeller wheel. SANDY HOOK, N J, Sept 15?Str Poca i hontas stopped two miles above Old Orch? ard light about 1pm with engine trouble, but later proceeded. Str Albertina stopped off West Bank light at 11:45 a m. Probably has engine trouble. ST JOHNS. N F, Sept 16?AU shipping hugged the harbor here to-day following "Weather Bureau warnings that a hurrl . cani was approaching. The Norwegian str Torrey, from Emden for New York, I put in- hern this morning after receipt of ? storm warnings off Cape Race. The Amer ; lean str Passate Bridge also is here with : engine trouble. BALTIMORE, Sept 16?Two lines of coastwise steamships that have never op? erated out of Baltimore soon will establish local office? and headquarters here. If a deal now pending between the companies ? and the Board of Estimate und the Port Development Commission goes through. | The companies are the Clyde Steamship , Company and tne Mailory Steamship Com I pany, wlt.h general offices at Pier 3ti, North River, New York. Harbor Engineer Hill has had several conferences with the president of the Clyde Line and has conducted most of the nego? tiations, it is understood. It was decided that the eastern side of ! the outer end of Pier fi, Pratt Street, might answer the purpose of the two companies, and the negotiations have been carried along by Harbor Engineer Hill on that basis. The companies desire space capable of docking two of their steamships, which are among the largest and most commo? dious In the Atlantic coastwise trade, and they want, a pier shed 550 feet long and 75 feet wide. The Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation will launch the last of the 535-ioot com? bination passenger and freight steamers here at noon on Saturday for the Shipping Board, making a tola! of five. The vessel Is to be named the Nutmeg State, for Con? necticut, by Miss Nancy Medora Templeton. daughter of Lieutenant Governor Charles A Templeton of that state. Miss Temple ton will be accompanied by her mother. A letter from the sehr Anandala, in com? mand of Captain Fletcher Gantt, of Balti? more, reports that on the outward trip from Norfolk for Santa Cruz de Teneril?e Walter Bond, o? Norfolk, colored cook of the vessel, was shot by Captain Gantt dur? ing an altercation. The steamship and stevedore companies are preparing a report to tho longshore , men at this port announcing a reduction j In pay beginning with the end of th? present contract, September 30. The Shipping Board str Hawkeye State will be turned back to the Matson Navi? gation Clmpany upon completion of her present voyage to the Orient, when she will take up the Intercoastal service, which includes Baltimore. HAMBURG. Sept 15?The Hambur**-* American Line's new passenger steamer Bayern sailed to-day for New York on her maiden voyage. Director Varhnholtz, of the Hamburg-American Line, was a pas? senger. The Bayern Is the first German paspenger liner to sail for the United States since 1914. PORTLAND, Ore, Sept 16?The British str Rubens sailed to-day with wheat for the United Kingdom. The North China liner West Coyote arrived from the Orient. The str Brush, which arrived yesterday from New York, sailed for Puget Sound, i Tha str Liberator arrived from Baltimore. Fire Record ' A. M. Loss 12r06?9 Ferry st.; Reither & Co..Unknown lr.:6Q?28'h st. and 12th ave.; vacant loi; W. J. Farrell.Unknown 13:50?Huguenot st. and Boston Post rri; barn .Unknown ; 3:45?217 East 23d at.; awning. .Unknown i ? :S0?8 Chatham sq.. ; Chatham Lunch Trifling ? 7:00?1862 Brook ave.. Bronx; Jo 1 hannah Lander.Trifling i 9:15?336 St Ann's ave., Bronrs; Kari Rose....Trifling ! 10:50?60 Spring st.; Bertha Alberla. Unknown! ' P. M. ; 3:55?107 E. 73th st.; YV, C. Lowe.Unknown . 4.10?918 Kelly st.. the Bror.rt; Harry Sansty .Unknown 6:00 ?14 1st st.; David Kessler . ..Non? 7:15?24.; e. ?otith st.; unknown.Unknown J.-?j?87 Elizabeth st.; unknown. Unknown 8:20?IC S Rlvlr.gton st.; Sarah Btelnman .Trifling 9r6S?WlUlamsbrtdge rd. and White I Plains av., the Bronx; auto; .a, a.. Edward Livingston.Unknown lCrOo?Canal and Hester sts. ; Sec? ond Avanue L structure.. Unknown Congress' Help Only Hope Left For Green Star Shipping Board Holds to At titude Purchasers of Ton-: nage Must Meet the Fig? ures Fixed in Contracts! _ Done With "Eyes Open" I Laskcr's Stand Is It Would Be Unfair lo Competi? tors to Readjust Terms ? Purchasers of government vessels who arc now seeking relief on a re? vision of tonnage prices can hope for no assistance until Congress acts on their applications, according to United States Shipping Board officials. Admiralty lawyers confirmed the as? sertion yesterday of Elmer Schlesinger, general counsel for the board, that the government, through its representa? tives in the Senate and House, must pass upon the petition of stich com? panies as the Green Star Line for a reduction of the amount they con? tracted to pay for steel hulls at the crest of the trade wave. It was plainly indicated that the board's opinion is that it would be un? fair to companies that purchased ships outright from the board, during the days when commerce was at its height, to readjust prices on the present-day market. As a matter of fact, Shipping Board officials say. opposition will arise when the all important question is brought up for settlement. Looking at tiie mat? ter from a strictly business standpoint, those who oppose the petition of the Green Star Line and others like it assort that the Green Star, like many other corporations in. the American shipping world, bought ships from the government with "eyes open." They made money with them, it is argued, and when the slump came expected relief from the government. Those opposed to granting the Green Star Line petition contend that a con? tract was made with the Un.ted States, and that only the United States, through its repr?sentatives in Congress, can alter the terms of that contract. Frederick I. Thompson, one of the commissioners of the board, now is in New York endeavoring to collect some of the money due the government on contracts of this character. Mr. Thomp? son declined to say anything for pub? lication yesterday. -? Tramp Steamers Slash Into Grain Cargo Rate Millers' Federation Confers With W. J. Love to Obtain Relief on Charires Frovi The Tribune's Washington Bureau WASHINGTON, Sept. 16.?Represen- i tatives of the National Millers' Fed- ? eration conferred with W. J. Love, vice-president of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, in charge of traffic questions, to-day over the rates on grain shipments in the North Atlantic lanes to the United Kingdom and the continent. The millers presented con? vincing evidence to Mr. Love that the present rates on grain cargoes, ap? plicable to the liners were being se? riously interfered with by tramp steamer which were not subject to the conference rate fixed by the board as are the operators of the liners. The millers said that they have felt that the construction placed on the con? ference rates fixed for liner cargoes was interfering with the movement of grain, and they urged that the neces? sary relief be given. Vice-President Love informed the delegation, which was headed by A. L. Goetzman, of Minneapolis, chairman of the committee on rates of the Millers' National Federation, that he would go to New York Tuesday to confer with the North Atlantic operators to ascer? tain if some agreement could not be reached and the relief sought by the shippers be granted. Under the agreement with the board and the shipping lines, technically re? ferred to ets the conference rate-mak? ing scheme, all liners subscribed to a fixed rate for grain, while tramp steam? ers were free to accept cargoes at lesser rates than the liners. As a re? sult the competition has been damag? ing to all concerned. RESORTS ? ...... ? i . NEW YORK STATE ^mimiiniiimmiimimmmmmiiiHU: ? COME TO i | Saratoga Springs, N. Y. | I Hotel ? I American ? ~ Will remain open until about No- ? ~ vember 1st, for the benc?t of patrons ZZ ? who wish to take naturally car- Jj ZZ bonated mineral-water baths, which, ?; ~ are under supervision of New York ? ?j; State Conservation Commission. ZZ ?ru i iiiiiiiiimimiii liiumi u in n ?i uin i\% NEW ENGLAND Tour New England This Fall MOTOR OVER WELL BlILT ROAD WAYS, BREATHE TONIC AIR, VIEW EVER CHANGING SCENES, SEE SIMMER'S GREEN TCRN TO AU? TUMN'S SCARLET AND GOLD. ENJOY NEW ENGLAND AT ITS BEST. ANO AFTER THE DAY'S Rt;N QUAINT WAYSIDE INNS, MODERN CITY HOTELS OR FAJIOCS RESORTS AWAIT YOU. Send for fres Iilustrated Road Map In colors, "New England Tour?" published by the NEW ENGLAND HOTEL ASSOCIATION, oomprislng over two hundred of the beat tutela and resorts. WILLIAM M. KIMBAK.L, Secretary. Draper Hotel. Northampton. Mas?. LONG ISLAND THE NASSAU Long Beach Will Remain ?Open AU Winter SPECIAL RATES FOR PERMA? NENT GUESTS ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.?Unsurpaaasd fa* healthful Reat and Recreation. Col. Walking Appointed Marine Superintendent Reorganization of Ship Board i Office Here Being Completed ' by Manager Mack Reorganization of the New York' offl.ee of the United States Shipping Board is rapidly going on under the supervision of A. F. Mack, the new dis- J trict manager. He announced the res i-rnation yesterday of Captain 0. 0. ' Parker, marine superintendent, and tho appointment of Colonel R, M. Watkina, to succeed him next. Monday as acting marine Superintendent. Colonel R. II. Montf-orncry .devoted the greater part of the duy to question? ing members of the comptroller's di? vision as to their experience and qual? ifications. ThiR is a forerunner of a ?ft ne ral cut in this department. Ho decision was reached in the con? troversy between the stevedores and ?*>'.* ship companies employing them. Anthony J. Chlopek, president of the longeshoremen's union, refused to talk; for publication. He admitted, however, : that no agreement had been reached. P. A. S. franklin, president of the International Mercantile Marine Com pany, and A. F. Maok, district manager of the Shipping Board, expressed the hope that an amicable end soon would be reached. There is no probability of a strike, it is said, because the only known difference between the two par? ties is the length of the new contract. The men want it to be in effect for a year and the operators desire it to re? main in effect six months. Navy Orders From The Tribune'? Waxhina'on Bureau WASHINGTON. Sept. 10.? Navy orders Issued to-day folio? : Ashr. Lt Com. O. 1*.. to V. S. S. Hunt. Ben y, Lt. < 'om. F T . to A nna polis. Comerford, Lt. Cum. F. J? to L - B. .\. - ada. Connor, Lt. Tom. E, H . to Annapolis, Culln. Lt. Com. .1 IL, to V, S. S. WlcB.es. Jupp, Lt. Com. w m . to Washington. Lowry, Lt. Com. G. M.. to Fai :i ? " Moore, Lt. Coin. J. I.), to Ajnnapolls. Roth, Lt. Com. L. .T., to Pensacola. Spore. Lt. Com. J. 8., to Asiatic B ' Wilson. Lt. font. G. !>., in Washington. Wood, Lt. Com. B. I-*., to Pensacola. Austin, Lt, W, D., to Annapolis. Bryan, Lt. H. A., to U. t?- S. Oklahoma. Clark, Lt. B, F., to Washington Fortson, Lt. R. M . to Annapolis. Hailand. Lt. B., to U. S. S. Pensacola. Hlcks. Lt. W. A., to Annapolis. HarvlR, Lt. B. L.. to Atlantic fleet. Lau, Lt. W., to U. S. S Lorenz. Lt. W. J., to Anna; < McCormtck, Lt. L. D., to Annapolis. Pippo, Lt. F. A., to Charleston, Schneider, Lt. A. P., to Pensacola. Schrader, T.t. A. E., to 1". 8. S Texas. Scott. Lt. L. B., to Annapolis. Vtckrey, Lt. C. C, to Annapolis. Struble, Lt. A. V.. to Anniipolis. Webb, Lt. L. D.. to D. S. S. Eagle 3*1. Wiley, Lt. II. V., to Annapolis. Wisker. Lt. F. <"., to U. S S. Idaho. Wyatt, Lt. B., to Pensacora. Stevens. Lt. G. M., to .v.'*-\v York. Delaney, Ens. D. B., to New York. Eagleton, Ens. W. L.. to U. S. S. New Mexico. GUmore. Ens. J. P., to New York. Mul'nT-Thvm. En3. L., to New York. Powell, Ens. R. P.. to V: S, S. Wyoming. Service. Ens. G. P.. to New York. Taylor, Ens. J. A., to New York. Chenery, Lr. A. J., to U. S. S. Relief. Mayo, Lt. Com. A., to Newport. Delahanty, Lt. F\ P., to Atlantic Fleet. Alexander, Lt. M. O.. to Key West. Fisher, Com. C. W., to Charleston. Shea, Ap. C!k. J. J., to U. 8. S Bridge. Anderson. Ens. B.. to U. S. S. Jacob Jones. Bowers, Ens. R. W.. to U, S. S. Tlngey Oalpin, Ens. G. F., to U. 8. S. Wickes! Uaugherty, Ens. S. C. to L". S. S. Tingey. Shipping Men Plan New Measures to Aid Marine Laws Operators and Builders Will Submit Constructive Leg? islation to the Shipping Board to Protect Fleet Allied interests in American ship? ping met yesterday and resolved on a rigorous, coustrurtive legislation fur the American merchant marine in re? inforcement of existing laws. It was one of the most important progressive moves yet made to assist Chairman Albert ?. Las'xer of the United States Shipping Board in h'-s efforts to re ;ate the "greatest commercial wreck in history." The conference was attended by rep? resentatives of ship owners, operators and builders and was presided over by Homer L. Ferguson, president of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. It was held in the office of the Ameritan Steamship Own? ers Association, 11 Broad'.vay. At the conclusion of the meeting Winthrop L. Marvin, vice-president and general manager of the steamship : owners' body, issued the following j statcr..jnt: "Selection of a joint committee of owners, operators and builders to work i out positive constructive policies f?->r i the encouragement of shipbuilding and ! navigation beyond the terms of the Jones merchant marine act of 1920 was [ intrusted to President H. H. Raymond. ; head of the Clyde-Mallory Line;;, and ; president of the American Steamship I Owner? Association; President Homer L. Ferguson of the Council of Ameri j can Shipbuilders, Inc., and Charles H. 1 Potter, president of the Potter Trans? portation Company and president of j the United States Ship Operators As : Bociation. "These three executives will choose I three or more officials of each cf the ?elements of American shipping .headed j by them to work out definite legisla I tive policies on ?^hich American own I ers, operators and builders can unite, : rfor presentation to the Shipping Board ; and to Ccnsrress. "The full committee will be an j nounced at an early day, and it was the instruction of the conference that the work be rapidly proceeded with and that especia! attention be paid to pointa in which the Jones law may ? posibly be deficient. The general opinion expressed to the conference i was that the Jones law was likely to ' be enforced in full at an early day, ' that its strength and its weaknesses i would be forthwith disclosed, and that there was need of inwne liately 1 uniting upon still further expedients for ?".a full development of the mer? chant marine." EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONS *C ti-ha GO THIS SUNDAY Take the Glorious All-day Hud? son Excursion on the swift, palatial "BEiyj.QDElL" Mu;:?. Restaurant. Lunchroom. New bur g a *?*| <*E Roand Kcacon ^BaifcW Trip* Poushkeepsie, $1.60 re FBA>'KJLEN ST., !) ? M.: 45 A. y. Rain CENTRAL HUDSON LINE HUDSON RIVER BY DAYLIGHT The Ideal Route Between NEW YORK and ALBANY MAGNIFICENT RIVER SCENERY, LAltGE UEALTIKI LI.Y KQI IVVV.lt STEAMERS. MUSIC, RESTAURANT. Dnyliglri Saving Time. All Service Sub? ject to Change Without Notice. Daily, including Sunday, steamer "Wash. ; Irgtoii Irving," "Hendrlck Hudson" or "Robert Fulton" leaves Desbrosses Street at ?1:00 A. JL. West 42d Street 9:20 A, M., West 129th Street 9:40 A, il., Yonkeri 10:15 A M. for rBostr Mountain, tWest ]'o*tf (except Sundayi. i Xowbiirgh, tPough- ' keepsie, Kin&atou Point. Catsklll, Hudson and Albany. ? On Saturday Afternoon, Sept. 17, steamer ! "Robert Fulton" leav.-s Ivsbrossea Street 1:30 P. ,M., West 42d Street ! 5?) i'. M West. 129th Street 2:10 P. M.. Yonkers 240 P. M. for tBear Mountain. tWest Point. *.\'ewburgb and return: Sunday, Sept. 18, steamer "Washington i Irving" leaves Desbrosses Street 9:30 A. M. for tBear Mountain, tNewburgh and j tPoughkeepsio. TA return steamer ?ame day from point? marked t. All through rail tickets between Ne? York and Albany accepted. Connection at Albany with New York Central and D. & H. Kailroad?. DEJLJGHTFLL ONE-DAY OUTINGS Telephone Ca^al 9300. ?pvHudsonT River Uay Line DESBROSSES ST. PIER. NEW YORK. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS MAHCH CHUNK $2.41 SUNDAYS, SEPT. 18 and 25 Leave W. 23d St., 7:17; Liberty St.. 7:30 A, M. ; Jackson Ave., Jersey City, 7: ?SS A. M. ; Broad St., Newark. 7:45 A M. WASHINGTON <?>? s??? or BALTIMORE *P*fr-0-?5 SL'NDAYS. SEPT. 18, Oct. 2 * 16 Leave New York,, Liberty St., 11:10 P. M. Saturday Nighl preceding above dates. War Tax S^i additional. Tickets good only on special train. Eastern Standard Time Shown. NEW JERSEY CENTRAL : ?-? Bear Mountain SATURDAY & SUNDAY MORNING TRIPS. Steel Str. CLERMONT Lvs. Battery Pier 9 A. M. West 132nd St. 9:45 A, M. SUNDAY AFTERNOON TRIP Steel Str. HIGHLANDER Lva. Battery 2 P. M. Went i.'-' ' Bt. - 30 V. M. Weekdays $ * VNmnd s?*i ROUND TRIP?W-sekdays " ? -" >$] MUSIC, REFRESHMENT?, DANCING. l'ulisadf* Interxtate Park 1 cmiiiixiuii. SIGHT^??rNG YACHTS I ALL ABOUND NEW TORE?L?. Buttery Pint 10 SO, 2:3*. Lecturer, rafrtahment*. TeL Broad ??54. To ?ANDY ROOK ?ad Um OCHAN. 1:3? P. M. *Str. "Homer Rams-Jell" West Peint. Newburgti. Poushkespsle, Kinoston. Leaves F'tA." I-?'!. N ST.. i 00; W. 129th 3t, lrifl P. M. Restaurant. Lunrh Room. Music. tStr, "Pnuslikee.pslo" lt-nvas Franklin it.., 2:30; W. 129?* St., 3.15 P. M. "BenJ. B. Odell" for return trip to New Yor!< samo U?y, ieiTinit Newburfh, t? i*. M.; West Point, ? P. Si. TCor.nects for rjtum to N. Y. juice Jay. CENTRAL HUDSON LINE xcorsioi. Delightful trip of 150 mile* thre-j^h the Eas! River and on Long Island Sound. Good music?Refr-r-shmenl*. Str. Richard Peek ,1 R., Houston i.V. rici ?' u, .\. t\-, nuu.-!.u.i . ??, . ?' *.. .... Return due New Vork, Pier 40. f.00 P.M. Ample time for sightseeing- in New Haven, the "City of Klma." rich In nie tory and seen1? Interest ttuumi Trip l'are (incl. War Tax). $1.70 On ?.il? Sunday only at the Pier. To Atlantle Highlands. New Jersey. Leaving Battery, 9MO A. M.. 1 ::>0 4 X P. M. FARE 50 CENTS EACH WAY Telephone*, Broad 7380 and 6034 LAST TRIP**, of the SEASON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th TRAVEL MtmcmyimmuM TO Jaffa ? Port Said ? Karachi Bombay ? Colombo ? Madraa ? Rangoon ? Calcutta Twin Screw Steamers S. S. Luclinnw .Oct. 10 S. S. City of Valencia. .Nov. ?$ All Outtlde Rooms Firht and Second Cla.?? Painsengers Special Missionary Reduction For ratee of passage, elo., apply to ^mon 9.IUY-&CO. 38 Beaver St New Torte fit? G?n AT?- for i?llerrota te Buck:.?!! S* r? t,j Short Root? and through bookings tv ? orlnclpal points in Scandinavia, Germany tie State*. LARGE MODERN STEAMER!-?. S. S. Stockholm.Oct. I Nov. 12 Dec. 2*1 S. S. Drottmngholm.O^t. 15 Dec. 3 Superior Pit-st-nger Accommodation?. Pnase-ager Office, 21 htate St.. New York CLARK'S 17th ORIENT CRUiSE ! bT sumptuous S S. ?mr-ress of Scotland, 2^.000 | rrosa tans. IS days in Eiypt and Palestina, etc. Fab. 4, :?22; i-i days }?00 up, includuu? Shor? I Excursions, HotsU. Guiles, tmwt, Fees. etc. FRANK C. CLARK *l*uj?? BulldUs? .New York TEA VSL Siding* Pi ?M V.-62. Kortfi River. Now Y?* At noon td(yl!?l?.t utvlnj) uriata feacrftotj. tlympic (?? Ctfttuaur* > Ti AM ??as 21 Oe 13 N'T $ KArinXic Huttial*! I to?. J No*. ? I.IU, _ ">OT. IS :7drt> I ?-Iveraoal \ Get i ""' ? Nnw Yer* and Boitoe?Aisrr?. Gibraltar. H?I>1-?? ?no Goao*. ?~M, 11 A. M. Sept 20, Nn?. 3. Par. * i-Z^ir. .? A M Set*. *? ?jfSS?*. :i A M. Oct 2* WINTER TRIPS \)V. II VE ro Madelrr?, (.?briiltar. Airi-r?. Hotw'O I for tli" FVench ?nil I'alia? Kirtera). '.enoa. NHpie.?. A?h*n? and \lexandria. Wriutic, ti Ml I Bl.Jan. 7 <roonl<ind ~\ _. ,? fM AM ?' B?** '?-;.?,/ Plymouth . ? l>a< 1 ?Inland '" Ci""t>o"rt "? ' ?- S OmS. 1? befand I Ar?wer? (?ei. 15 Nor- ???* ?< PAVPT'RO?LIBAf? DANZIG Som/atid ? :d ' r?-j? on?.v;.Oct. U }H?-*i>urj f.. *****% tl ttmSi 1 and 4.?Out 8-? Danzig I.?Oct. 20 Dae 1 tfinnrkahtia Hanehmr Mongolia ?A'vi calla at Ptynjontt * BruiisDuttsL ?LA^.o calls at BniDsbattoL International Mercantile Marine Ca. li? ??teamen?1.?50.MM Tau? 9 Broadway, N. Y.. or Local Afntt Passenger d. Freight Services from New York. CHERBOl'F.'J AND SOUTHAWPTOH BERENGAB1A . Sept. 21 Ort. 20 ? AQUITANLA.Oct. 4 Ort. 25 Nov. 1? lAKMiMA .. . Oct. H No\. 3 Dec. - -OL ARONIA .?v-pt. ?? - ? ILBANTA (newi. Sf pt. 2? Not. I Dec. ? ?SMI"* OF IMUA.O?!. fi SCYTHTA mewi.. Ort. 13 N*r. It Dec. ** ARM\Nf\ Dec. ;it - -> PLYMOUTH ANT) HAMBURG ??ANOXIA .s*pt. 17 Oct. 29 Dec. 1? LONDONDERRY AND Gi.ASCOW iAMERONIA(r?ewi Sept. 24 Oct. t?-. ALGERIA Oct. I Nov. UDec.1l COLUMBIA . ...Ort, ?Nov. r> Dec. 10 ASSYRIA . Oct. tS I>ec. 3 Jan. 1 ' HORTA, ANGRA, ST. rIBRALTAR. PA* TR ?. - DT'BR '? NIK, TRIES' 'E. I r.M.ABKIA.Oct. 13 TRA8, DUBROV NIK rRIl ME PANNONIA ..:.'_Oct. 22 ?IT \LI A .Oct. 29 - -, 1. ft GLASGOW ASSYRIA . - -?..it Cunard ami Anchor Steam SUIp L.n^s, 2.1 Broadway, New York. - pecia! Rat. .during SepteniDer, > \ork to- lutv.pic-u, round ?? ,> ---0 .-e.en-duy s.up-oiei' at \ r... Cruz, Affording ample oyuorr. unity to ill* Mexican Centennial .Mexico City. For:, r.:.. r. ..idreaa NEW YORK A CU3A MAIL S. S. CC. Foot of Wall Street, Nt? York, Tel. Join *fi>.<6 ;4-*:u?* W?^STANT ? ? E ? S A NAPLES, VARNA CONSTANZA Expr?s s Pass ??eran-.er "GUL DJEMAL" i Cart ring 1 S ?aU. BAILS SEPTEMBER 21, 1921. FIRST f ABEN, S !C?r?. OTTOMAN-A ME R ! C A LINE 0. B. RICHARD & CO.. Gen. Pau*. Agent? 29 Broadway New iork -w ~_y Qastwp!e S. S. FRANCE 24.?00 Tons, 42.?">00 Uoraepnwer Sailing Sept. 21 NEW YORK?HAVRE?PARIS Ca ToaraJne..Sc.pt. Il La 1 or-aine Oct. I Leopoldina . .Sept. 17 Rochambean Oct. I France .Sc.it 21 Paria .Oct. 5 Lafayette_Sept. t6 ?liiiago .Oct. IS SEW YORK?VIGO?HAVRE I ? - ??r RDONNAIS. Sept. 17 ROCSSILLON .?.Oct. 4 - ;?; non ??i effecl digiera ?md Morocco Sailing? from Bordeaux or ?l.??- ? :lca Three and Four W c-k Motor Trip* Writ? for ?ntereciting d?s< .i>..\- lit!?-:itur?. ( OMPANY'S OPJ i? j?'. ? ' STATE ST., N. Y. South America M r.tevid? lea ta I nj'-n ?a Airea 'Crofton Hall" Sept. 24 first Ulaaa i'??!,e:.(5.Ts DBly, tipaclo'aa anu beautifully unpointed le Hoorr.s ?Morion Line . uiariapply ta N OBTON, LILLY * CO MP.YN t (rrneral Agents ?? RcaTfr BL New York fiew York $3.50 Albany?Troy $6.00 One Way Round Trip Dally ?,-!.<:.nira from I'.er S3, N. R foot Canal at., weekdays, S and 7 p Sundays, at 6 artd 9 p. tin.; Ww; '.33d ?t.. half hour Uti?r td*ylight sav g time.) DIRECT BAIL OONNEC AT ALBANY to k'A points North. is: an-: (Vest Phon? ? ara. 3000. Expresa Ereight Servie?. Auto? Car/ied .i OiON HA?'iGAT!0H COMBAN .?.?IDDLKTOV s. BORLAND and PROVIDENCE S 3.SS CO?.ON?AJLUNS 'St?a^>rr -... ? i ... .< .. R ?, v. issd ?ti. waalwHn ?ad BrnUafs a; t il V M lUayUsiir Sa>.),i t rcrni S'.ai?ru??s auy 'a ??jai"??^ i? ??iik..(^ t?tioT,? Kprtaj ?Mil. ?WwoaMar, ??.i;. i?tov.?,eacs direct, |l.|i ?taterooin? ti.62, tS.it and t.i.i*. Daily & Sunday?4:30 P, M. Standard rima k'Ttsax Vier 19, K. 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