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JJ^est Demands
Ship Subsidy,
Harding Is Told
Malcolm Stewart Speaks for
Middle Section After Ex?
tensive Tour: Wants Leg?
islation Rushed, He Says
Call Haste Vital to Trade
Other Urgent Messages Have
Reached President From
All Over the Country
tTrtrm the Tribune'* IVnxhlnpton Purea*
WASHINGTON', Oct.. 7.- The middle
Western section of the country is de?
manding imm?diat?? enactment of the
?hipping bill, President Harding was
told to-day by Malcolm Stewart, of
the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce j
and chairman of the Middle West j
Merchant Marine Committee.
Mr. Stewart has just completed two ]
?extensive tours of Missouri, Kansas,
Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Min- j
nee-ota, and he told the President he
found a steadily growiag sentiment in
**avor of quiitk passage of legislation
*?o aid American shipping- -
""The people In th.? (states I visited?
?and it was a pretty fair cross-section
of the middle West- are eager to have
Congress act on the shipping bill," Mr.
Stewart said. "They are anxious to
have all legislative business cleaned
up before March 4 so that-it wilt not
be necessary to call an extra session
of the new Congress. They hope the
President will call this Congress to?
gether early in November f**sk_jill the
pending measures may be disposed of
at well as the appropriation bills.
Say Delay Is Fatal
"They feel that if Congress does not
begin work before the short session
in December that there will not be
time for the legislation to be passed.
They feel that the shipping bill is
most urgent; that if it can be put on
the statute bovka before March 4 the
United States will have a chance to
gain a fair share of the world's trade
and carry as much of our own com?
merce as we are entitled to have. If
' action on the shipping bill goes over,
?we of the middle West believe that
the United States will have lost its
chance to put its flag back o . the seas.
We want an American manned mer?
chant marine, adequate in peace or in
war. We want Americans to carry our
goods abroad and we believe American
ships will be better drummers for our
??foreign trade than any foreigner could
be and we think tht time to start is
Mr. Stewart read to President Hard?
ing telegrams he had just received
from associates on the Middle West
Merchant Marine Committee. One
from George A. Williams, president of
the Williams Sealing Corporation, of
Decntur, 111., says:
"Please urge President Harding to
use all possible influence to hasten
passage of merchant marine bill. I
speak for the Mississippi Valley Asso?
ciation, for the Decautur Association
of Commerce and for th?; Decatur City
Another, from IT. F. Oleson, of the
Red Star Milling Company, of Wichita,
Kan., says: "In pleading for mercantile
marine legislation, please urge Presi?
dent Harding to use his influence to
hasten quick action. Such legislation
should not be delayed further."
Other Testimony for BUI
J. J. Blommer, secretan' of the Mil?
waukee Association of Commerce,
"Think it imperative merchant ma?
rine legislation be enacted earliest pos?
sible date. Cannot you urge President
Harding to use all his good influences
in this direction?"
In addition to these hundreds of
other cities and towns of the Middle
West are co-operating with the. com?
Matthew Hale, president of the South
Atlantic States Association, told Presi?
dent Harding that it was entirely er?
roneous to suppose that the South is
solidly opposed to the ship subsidy
bill. Most, of the clear thinking busi?
ness men of the South. Mr. Hale said,
realize that the prosperity of that sec?
tion of the country depends on the de?
velopment of the Southern ports. This
development is amply provided by the
shipping bill and ample protection is
afforded existent trade routes. As a
result, the business men of the South
are becoming more and more unwilling
to sacrifice their material welfare and
the future of their homo cities in order
to carry "out a political prejudice which
baa outlived its usefulness.
Munson Confers on Trips
Di&cussea South American Serv?
ice With Shipping Heads
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. -Frank C.
Munson, president of the Munson
Steamship Company, operating Ship?
ping Board vessels to South America,
conferred with Chairman Lasker, of the
Shipping Hoard and President Smull
and Vice-president Love, of the Emer?
gency Fleet Corporation, to-day con?
cerning his trip to South America
October 14.
k The conference was asked by Mr.
I Lasker to discuss with Mr. Munson the
F general situation in South America
with reference to promoting passenger
and freight trame between South
America and the United States on Ship?
ping Board vessels. While in South
America Mr. Munson will attend the
Brazilian Centennial and will visit all
ports touched by the Munson Line
lN'avv Orders
from the Tribune's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.?Navy orders
faaued to-day follow:
Graham. Capt. A T. to Carnden.
Sheffield, Cmdr F. ],., to Newport New?.
Hlnkamp, I.t Cmdr. C. N.. to Washington.
Broadfoot, I.t it B? t.? Annapoll?.
?Chambers, I.t I. II. to U, S. S. S-."?,.
IfcCormack, I.t. J. L., to V, S. S. Fulton.
Moran. I.t. E. J., to Annapolis.
Sherrit. I.t. H. I., resigned.
Brown, Ens I,. A., to Hampton Road?.
Fo-rir. Ens? C. H.. to U. R. 8. CanopuB.
Henderson. En* A., to lT. S. S. Mississippi.
Momstn, Ens. ?'. )*.., to U. S 8. 0-13.
Gardner; I.t. II. B . to Squadron 14, Dcst.
Bq. Atlantic fleet.
Miller. Lt. H. H.. to Wa^hln-iton.
Ferry, Lt. W. II., to Squadron 14, D?*st. Pp.
Atlantic "fleet.
Dianphy, Lt. F. J., to Naval Hospital.
Wynkoop, I.t. T. P.. to Mare Island.
e ? ? i
Fire Record
12:46?S?9 W. l!>th st.; .Tannes. Hynnes
& Nellaon .Trifling
4:88?148 W. e2d st.; unknown. .Unknown
T'IS?127 W. -.'?'!!> et.Unknown
>;48?Front of HI Uu.ilow at.; auto;
Rock. Fuserai Co.Unknown
1;18?S40th at. and Livingston av.;
auto; B. Hoffm-m. ...... .Unknown
j J:IB_4?7 West 4?"th ?t., John Seyth.
j:60?503 W. 133d st ; Lena Golilm-in.
$?05?Front of ,M Mercer st.; street
car, N. V. C. liy.Trifling
; tl4<*-?9th ?t. and 2d av.; car: un
jw? -'"- av.; auto. Auto Ex?
change Co.Unknown
??IS?863 Wen 41st ft ; SU-van ele?
fill? it.', East H 41 h Street, the
Bronx, Columbia Metal Box Co.
#????*?JT4th Street and Broadway.
?asto, Fred Mlnancucci.... Unknown
ttttn -IT Ljwery. unknown.Unknown,
Shipping News
Wind? at Sea To-day
R??t Gulf?Shifting, becoming fresh
northwest and north and weather partly
overcast; probably local rains.
Weit Gulf?Fresh northerly and weather
partly overcast; probably local rain?.
Caribbean Sea and Windward Pun*?-re?
Moderate to fresh shift inn; weather partly
overcast ; probably local rain?.
North of Sandy Hook?Strong south an?!
southwest, shifting to weet and northwest,
probably reaching gale force, and weather
thick and showery.
Handy Hook to Hatteraa?Fresh strong
southwest, shifting to northwest, probably
of gale force over north portion and
weather overcast and showery.
Hattera* to Florida Straits?Fresh
northerly over south and moderate to fresh
shifting, becoming northweat over north
portion and weather overcast; probably
Arrived Yesterday
Hannover (Gar), Bremen Sept SS: to
North German Lloyd, with 10? cabin. 363
third class pass, malls and mdse; 6th st,
River Orontes <Br), Alexandria Sept 7.
Gibraltar 17, Boston Oct 8; to Cunar?! S s
Co, with mdse; Pier 71, N R.
?Sllr.atMsth R, Tilt Cove Sept SO; to Inter?
national Chartering Co, with copper ore;
Pier 44. B'klyn.
Cambridge (Br), Glasgow Sept 23; to
Norton, Lilly A Co. In ballast; Pier ?.
Bush Pooka, B'klyn.
Walter Jennings. Tampico Sept 29; to
Robert L Hague, with crude oil; Pie? 6,
Constable Hook, N J.
Independence Hail. Rotterdam Bept 23:
to Cosmopolitan Shipping Co, with mdae;
Pier 2, Hoboken.
Stockholm (Dan), Gothenburg ?Sept 26;
to Swedish-American Line, with 363 cnbln,
689 third class pass, malls and iiujse;
Pier 97, N H.
General W C Gorgas. Cristobal Sept 29,
Port au Prince Ort 2; to Panama *R R '8 H
Line, with 39 pass, malls and mdse; Pier
67, N R.
Hnr.nlngton Court (Br). Bordeaux Sept
14, Boston Oct 6; to Compagnie Generale
I Transatlantique, with mdse: Pier T&7. N R.
Union City (Br), Boston Oct f? ; t?> U S
Navigation Co, with mdse; Pier 44. B'klyn.
Birmingham City. Norfolk Oct 6; to
i Isthmian I.lne, with mdse; Pier 26, N R.
Ampetco, Antwerp; to R L Hag*ue, with f
I oil : Pier 5, Bayonne N J.
Bedefell dir), Barry*; to Solar. ?Amar ?fe
I Co. with mdse; Pier 8, P. L A W R R.
j Hobfken.
Walter Jennings, Port Lohps Sept "tf; to
; ft I. Hague, with oil; I'ler R. ConstrfblO
I Hook. N J.
Ir? ne. Newport, Eng; to A H Bull, with
' mdse; Fletcher's 1> I>, Hoboken.
Melville Mollar, Colon Sept 20; (o Dollar
S h! Co, with mdse; Pier 6, Bush Docks,
! B'klyn.
j lnilla Arrow, Colon Sept 28; to Standard
Oil Co, with oil; off Tompklnevllle, S 1.
Editor, Havre Sept 16; to Cosmopolitan
I I.lne. With mdse; Pier ??, Hoboken.
Japan Arrow, Sabino Sept 29; to Stand
! anl Oil Co, with oil; off Tompklnsvllle, S I.
Blbhco, Buenos Ay res I Agwldale, Mobile.
Emmanuel Accaine (Hal), Cardiff. Sept
j 19; to J H Winchester & Co, with 10,94?
! ton* of coal.
Maraval. Perth Amboy.
China Arrow, San Francisco.
Sailed Yesterday
Luxpallle, Baltimore; Pawnee, Balt,!
? more; Bourbonnais (Fr). Oran; Valacla
(Br). London; Teresa (It), New Orleans;
! Beiridge (Nor). Tampico; Iroquola, Monte
Oisti; El Mundo, Gal veston: Nevisian
? (Br), Montreal; Munarden (Br), Matanzas;
! Nora. Tampico, Zacapa, Santiago; Gulf or
I Mexico. Port Arthur; Norefjord (Nor).
Christiania; Glullo Cesare (It). Naples;
I Vasarl (Br). Rio de Janeiro; Hon Heur
j (Br), Rio de Janeiro.
Muniitres. San Diego.
Reports by Wireless
The Tribune publishes dally reports
of the positions of merohant vessels re?
ceived through the Independent Wire?
less Corporation and the Radio Corpo?
ration of -America. Shipmasters of
vessels with radio apparatus may, with?
out i-harge, report their (TR) noon
positions through the following com?
mercial radio stations In the United
States proper. It is Important that
these reports should be sent promptly
at noon each day In order that they
may be received In time for publication.
Position reports can also be sent
through the stations of the Independent
Wireless Telograph Company. Inc., New
York City (*WCG), Babylon, L. I.
(WSE), East Hampton L. I. (WSA),
New London, Conn. (WST).
No charge made for medical or
surgical advice, latest news and weather
The Radio Corporation of America
will receive position reports' through
the following stations: Cape Cod
(WCC), Siasoonset, Mass. (W8C), New
London, Conn. (WLC), Cape May, New
York City (WNY).
Medical and surgical advice will be
given free through the Radio Corpora?
tion of America by the U. S. Public
Health Service.
l_- i
Bv Independent Wireless
Tel. Co., Inc.
(Distances In miles, position at noon
unless otherwise specified)
Plpestone County 449 E Ambrose Oct 7.
Dauperata lat 37 20 Ion tO 14 Oot 7.
Sagua 324 S Scotland Oct 7
.Bogota 186 S Ambrose Oct 7.
Bibbco 99 SB Ambrose Oct 7.
Munargo 304 S Scotland Oct 7.
Comancho 272 S Scotland Oct 7.
Agwlsun 72 S Diamond Shoal Oct 7.
Lake Fannln 184 S Scotland Oct 7.
Helen 205 S Scotland Oct 7.
City of Alton 23? E Hatteras Oct 7.
Braddock 250 NE Hatteras Oct 7.
J A Moffett Jr 220 N Hatteras Oct 7.
Bristol City 470 E Ambrose Oct 7.
Cal|*aroltte 110 S Cape Race Oct 7.
I Kershuw 112 NE Winter Quarter Oct 7.
Middlesex 1S3 NE Winter Quarter Oct 7.
! Elizabeth 104 NE Cape May Oct 7.
: Norma 8 S Scotland Oct 7.
; Punaman 1,085 S Delaware B'water Oct 6.
? Swlftstar 1,073 S Block Island Oct 6.
i Minnesota!! 926 S Ambrose Oct 6.
I City of Weathertord 448 E Jacksonville
Oct 6.
Reaper 93 S Diamond Bhoal Oct 6.
Fred R Weiler 76 S Diamond Shoal Oot 8.
American Legion 722 SB Ambrose Oct 7.
Por.ce 619 N San Juan Oct 7.
Occidental 45 NE Cape Ha?tien Oct 6.
Huron left Monte Cristi 7:15 PM Oct 6 for
Turks Island.
Currier 232 WNW Tortugas Oct 6.
| Gulf Coast 180 NW Tortuga? Oot 6.
i New Jersey 196 NW Tortugas Oct 8.
i Oulfstream 140 NW Tortugas Oct 8.
i John D Archbold 820 S Ambrose Oct 6.
By Radio Corporation of
?Positions nt noon; distances In miles
? unless otherwise stated)
i Feltore 233 N Watlings Island Oct 6.
] Gen O H En.st 320 S Scotland Oct 6.
I Hannington Court passed Overfalls Oct 6.
I Harold Walker 81 S\V Diamond Oct 6.
! John D Archlbold 820 S Ambrose Oct 8.
| Manaqui 6S0 S Nantucket Oct 6.
i Maracttibo ?eft Mayaguez 4:30 PM Oct 8.
j Meisseni?r lat 41 32 N Ion 47 38 W Oct T.
Norman Brldgo 203 NE Jupiter Oct 6.
?rbita lat 43 N Ion 67 06 W Oct 7. -
President Van Buren 644 E Ambrose Oct 6.
St Mary 330 NE San Salvador Oct 8.
I San Pablo 61 S Cape Maysl Oct 6.
' Swift star 1072 S Block Island Oct 8.
I W C Teagle 30 WSW Sand Key Oct 8.
: William Penn 665 E Ambrose Oct 7.
i William Rockefeller 2690 ESB San Pedro
Oct 6. r
j Zuiia 704 S Scotland Oct 6.
J A Moffett Jr 16 N Hatteras Oct 7.
? Thos H Wheeler 22 N Hatteras Oct 7.
< Standard 6 N Cove Point Oct 7.
! El Almirante 100 S Scotland Oct 7.
Sarnl L Fuller 76 N Diamond Oct 7.
China. Arrow 90 8 Ambrose Oct 7.
City of Rome 149 NE Diamond Oct 7.
Frederick Ewlng 169 N Diamond Oct 7.
Bylayl passed out Ambrose Oct 7.
E T Bedford 35 S Ambrose Oct 7.
Conehotta 206 NE Cape Henry Oct 7. -
Manaqui 367 S Nantucket Oct 7.
Schoharie 198 E Nantucket Oct 7.
Barbadian 60 E Nantucket Oot 7.
Suriname 204 S Ambrose Oct 7.
Pastores 368 S Scotland Oct 7.
Edgeblll left Philadelphia for N Y 1 FM
Oct 7.
City Island
Bound South?Eastern Sword, Garston
via Boston for New York; sehr White Bell
(Br), Apple River N S, for New York.
Bound Ea?t?Sehr Wm Melbourne (Br).
New York for La Have, N 8 (anchored).
American Ports
BALTIMORE, Oct 7?Arrived: Mun
place. Gai veston via New York; Gov Lind,
?.ialveston via New York; Standard. Port
Lobos. Sailed: Baltic (Danz). Tampico; El
Easier (Belgi, Bordeaux; Trevose (Br,.
Key West; Slnainswa, Genoa via Phlladel- ;
phla; Rhi.de Island (Br). London via New?
port News; Virgula. London via New York;
Borgeitad (Nor), Tampico; Tempus (Br),.
BOSTON, Oct 7?Arrived and sailed:
Pittsburgh (Br), Queenstown and Liver?
pool. Arrived: Suveric (Br). Calcutta:
Breedtjk (Dt), Rotterdam; Fort Hamll
ton (Br), Bermuda. Noccalula. Glasgow
Sailed. Aquarius. New Orleans; City of
Columbus. Savannah; Nantucket, Philadel?
phia; Orltanl (Br), Port Antonio.
Jamaica; San Bias (Brj. Havana and Port
CHARLESTON, S C, Oct 7-?Arrived:
Lenape. New York for Jacksonville; Lake
Strymon. Jacksonville for Boston; Salla?
bais. Wilmington for Cuba. Sailed: West
Harshaw for Savannah; sehr* Edward
Smith, New York; Ani?Njny p NichoU.
Georgetown; Josephine A McQuesten,
Hampton Ronda
GALVESToN. Te*. Oct 7~Arrived: El
Norte and Comal. N?w Tork : Travamon
(Br), Swansea. '?Hailed: Henry II Mallory
end Kl Capit?n. New York; La Perous
(Fr), Havre; Evergreen, Bram?n,
HAMPTON ROADS. Va, ?lot 1 -Arrived:
F'rppmatl, New -tork; Ormldale, Minion;
Hellas (Nor), New Tork; City of Falrbury.
Galveston; SbboIbiiO (Sw). On I veston; Ell
nore. New York; Bristol. Boston; Grecian.
Boston; Mount Vernon Bridge, Baltimore;
Coha?sett. Baltimore; sch Wyoming, Perth
Amboy; Hamilton, New York; (?lendarmel,
New York, Sailed: Korshaw, Providence;
tug Eureka, with three barges; lielginn
(Br), Liverpool and Manchester; Cone
hatta, Avoiimntith and Manchester via
Boaton: Selwyn Eddy. New England;
Marian A, Philadelphia; Ropogenua, New
England. Ellr.abeth. Portland, Me.
HAVANA, Oct 7?Sailed. Orinaba, New
York; Toloa, Cristobal.
JACKSONVILLE, Pia, Oct 7?Arrived:
Dorchestor, Baltlmoro via Savannah;
Arapahoe. New York. Balled: Mohawk.
New York; Dorchester. Philadelphia via
Savannah; r>lo. Boca Graudo; Lake Stry
mond. Boston.
PANAMA CANAL, Cristobal. Oct 6 -Ar?
rived : Advance. New York; Bermuda (Br),
New York for Portland. Ore. Sailed: Al?
bert Jeffries (from Sun Frunclsco), New
York; Huf tero (Nor) (from Vancouver).
New York. Julia Luckenbach (from San
Francisco). Boston.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct 7?Arrived: Ed?
ward Luck?nbach, Seattle, etc; North Pa?
cific (Br), Baltimore; Maple, New York:
Bayonne, New York: Jullua Schindler
(Ger). Houston; Mariana, Norfolk; Hazel
aide (Br), Providence. Balled: Manchester
Port (Br), Baltimore; Wagland (Nor). San
Pedro De Macoris; Gerty (It), Plume via
Now York; Noruega (Nor). Bergen, e?o,
via St John, N B; San Tirso (Br), Tam
plcoj Orleans, Loa Angeles and San Fran?
cisco; Edgohill, Rotterdam via New York;
Curaca (Pan). Bahla Blancn ; Nltontan
(Br)?, Manchester and Liverpool via Boa
ton; Kallmba (Br), New Orleans; Omphale
(Fr). Dunkirk and Rouen.
PORT ARTHUR. Oct 7?Arrived: Dixie
Arrow. Now York; Mexican Lady. Mexico;
Dllwyn. Mexico; Gulf King. Jacksonville;
Celebes Maru (Jap), New Orleana. Sailed:
Pirlgo, north of Hattoraa; Folgenfjord
(Dan*. Sabine to Finnish port.
PORT ARTHUR, Tex, Oct 6?Arrived: J
M Guffey. Philadelphia; Folgenflord
(Dan), Christiania. Balled: Gulf Prince,
Bayonne; Jalisco, Mexico; Sacandaga, Car?
diff: Chester Sun, Sabine.
PORT BAPS, Oct 7 -Arrived: Cllona
(Br), Tampico; Clement Smith, Tampico;
Crenatula (Br). England; Fueloll. Tam?
pico; Gulf Queen, Port Arthur; Plclade?,
Gal veston; Rajah, Progreso. Sailed: Arte?
misa (Dutch i, Marseilles; Comnyaguo
(Bond), Porto Cortea: Gansfjord (Nor),
Kingston; Honduras (Nor), Tola; Mansa
nillo, Cuban ports; ?ola, Manzanillo.
Ritma (Nie), Blueflelts; Raasay (Br), Leg?
horn: Turrlalba. Bocas del Toro.
PORTLAND, Me, Oct 7?Arrived: But
tonwood, Norfolk.
PORTLAND. Ore, Oct 7?-Arrived: Baron
Cowder. ?Shanghai. Sailed: Dauntless,
Honolulu; Horalsan Maru, Orient.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 7?Arrived, ?th:
Anatlna (Br), Yokohama; Somme, Hono?
lulu; Edgar F. Luckenbach. Everett for
New York; D G Scofleld. New York; 7th,
Annie Johnson, Hana; Borgland (Nor),
Christiania; Robin Ooodfellow, New York.
Sailed. Oth: Helen (Nor), Aberdeen;
Argyle (Fr), Santa Rosalia; Georgiana,
Portland. Ore: Hyades. Honolulu via Sat*.
Pedro; Ohloan. Portland, Ore; 7th, Persia
Maru (Jap), Hongkong; Africa (Dan),
TAMPA. Fla. Oct 7?Salled: Altamaha,
Mobile; bargo Tulsa, Port Arthur; ?ch?
Anna M Hudson, Matanzas; Varuna (Br),
Foreign Port*.
GIBRALTAR, Oot 6?Passed) Provi?
dence (Fr), New York and Boston .or |
BARCELONA, Sept SO ? Barcelona
(Span), New Orleana
ALICANTE. Sept SO?Luclline (Br),
Baton Rouge; West Ch?tain, Savannah.
VA-CODAL, Oct 2-?Topdalsfjord (Nor),
COPENHAGEN, Oct S ? Fredensbro
(Dan), Montreal.
GENOA, Oct 8?West Lashaway, Now
ROUEN, Oct 4?A-a-mlnco (Belg), Ches?
ter, Pa.
DUNKIRK, Oct 4?Schodack. New York.
SHANGHAI, Oct R?Achatina (Br), San ;
Francisco; Amur Maru (Jap), San Fran?
BELFAST, Oct 5?Benavon (Br), Port-,
land, Oro.
ROTTERDAM, Oct 6?Blljrndljk (Dt),
HAVRE, Oct 6?Key West (Nor), Balti?
BBIRA, Oct 5?Oakwin (Br), New York.
AVONMOUTH, Oct 6?Dakarian (Br),
Baltimore via Halifax.
MANILA. Oct 6?Korea Maru (Jap),
San Francisco; President Tait, San Fran?
ST MICHAELS, Oct fl?Ignasio Florto
(It). Glasgow for Boston (leaking).
CHIN-WANQ-TAO, Oot ?-?Grace Dollar
(Br), San Francisco.
8HIMONOSEKI, Oct 8?Woron (Br),
Port Arthur.
STOCKHOLM, Oct 4?Clintonla (Br),
8WINBMUNDB, Oct 4?Scottish Mon?
arch (Br), Norfolk.
LAS PALMAS, Oct 6?Burutu (Br), Now
HAMBURG, Oct K?Jersey City (Br>,
Baltimore and New York; Scottish Musi?
cian (Br), Norfolk.
LEITH, Oot 6?Catrnmona (Br), Mon?
LIVERPOOL. Oct ??Narcissus, Balti?
more; 7, Bcythia (Br), New York.
MELBOURNE, Oct 6? Port Alma (Br),
New York: 7, City of Auckland (Br), New
York r.d Newport News; Trevithlck (Br),
New Orleans; Walruna (Br), San Fran?
SYDNEY. Oct 6?Port Plrte (Br), New
BUENOS AYRES, Oot 7?Southern
Cross, New York.
STAVANGER, Oct S?Sklensfjord (Nor),
New York.
?ROTTERDAM, Oct 4?Emanuel Nobel
(Belg), Philadelphia; 5th, Selrstad (Nor),
Wabana: W H Llbby, New York.
CHERBOURG, Oct 4?Monique (Fr),
New Orleans.
ANTWERP, Oct 4?Moerdljk (Dt), San
MARSEILLES, Oct 4?Syria (Fr), New
(Br), Vancouver.
CEBU, Oct 6?City of Lincoln (Br), N?w
ADEN, Oct S? Newby Hall (Br) (from
Colombo), New York.
SHANGHAI, Oct 6?Arabia Maru (Jap)
(from Hongkong), Seattle; President Wil?
son (from Hongkong), San Francisco;
Shldsuoka Maru (Jap) (from Hongkong),
Seattle: Ethan Allen, New York.
HONGKONG, Oct 6? Antllochus (Br),
New York.
CALCUTTA, Oct ??Kathlamba (Br),
New York.'
MANILA, Oct 6?R J Hanna, San Fran?
MANCHESTER, Oct 6?West Segovia,
New Orleans.
SWANSEA, Oct 6?Carplaka, New Or?
GLASGOW, Oct 6?Gracia (Br), Mont?
real; Metagama (Br), Montreal.
CARDIFF. Oct 6?Hohneck (Fr), Mont?
HULL, Oct 6?Marengo (Br), New York
. SHIELDS, Oct 6?Nyland (Swed). Baltl
KOBE, Oot 6?Lyons Maru (Jap). New
I ORAN, Oct S?Moorish Prince (Br), Bos?
ton and New York.
MANCHESTER, Oct 6?Westland. Nor?
rack. Now York.
LONDON, Oct 7?President Monroe. Nsw
LIVERPOOL, Oct 7?Canada (Br), MonU
Maritime Miscellany
NORFOLK, Va, Oct 7?The Merrltt ft
Chapman Derrick and Wrecking Company
expects next weelt- to raise tha tug Barren
Fork, sunk at the Virginian Railway ooal
piers. Examination of the sohooner Hope
Sherwood, which came Into port Wednes
dav in tow of the steamer Wabash, showed
rudder and rudder stock broken. B O
CoJonna was toa?<tmas*.er at' the get-to?
gether dinner of the Ironmasters' Associa?
tion held last night at the Fairfax Hotel.
The fishing steamer F H Beckwlth was
here yesterday for repairs to a broken
Flood Gets 8th War Honor
Pershing Gives D. S. M. to New
York Detective Here
Bernard A. Flood, a detective at?
tached to the District Attorney's of?
fice, who held the rank of major in
the expeditionary forces and was chief
inspector of the division of criminal
investigation in France, received the
Distinguished Service Medal at the
hands of General Pershing* yesterday
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. It is
the eighth decoration he has received
for his war service. The citation reads:
'Bernard A. Flood, major, Military
Police Corps, while serving with the
provost marshal general, A. E. F., as a
"For exceptionally meritorious and
distinguished services. As chief in?
spector of the division of criminal in?
vestigation on the staff of the provost
marshal general, A. E. F., he organized,
co-ordinated and directed the impor?
tant office in a highly efficient man?
ner. The successes achieved by this
section are largely due to his sound,
judgment, untiring efforts and excep?
tional ability, and were of gr^at valu?
to the American Expetfitiaovy a?o?o#??-**
Syndicate Plans to
BnyRichmond Light
And Railroad Co.
Is Formed to Purchase Con?
cern Run by Receiver for
Two Years; $15,000,000
Said To Be Price Involved
J.? H. Pardee, of 43 Exchange Place,
announced yesterday that a syndicate
had been formed for the purchase of
the Richmond Light & Railroad Co.,
and that the deal probably would be
closed this week. Mr. Pardee is head
of the syndicate. The price is said
to be f 15,000,000.
The company has been In the honda
of a receiver for two years. It operates
twenty-nine miles of trolley lines on
Staten Island and has a monopoly of
the commercial lighting and power
business there. Its main plant is on
Richmond Terrace, West New Brighton.
There is a smaller one at Grassmere.
Four trolley lines are operated by
tho company. One connects South
Begeh nnd Mariners Harbor. The Bulls
head line runs from Port Richmond
to Granitevillc. The Castleton Avenue
line runs from the municipal ferry at
St. George through tho interior of tho
island. The South Beach line con?
nects South and Midland beaches.
Two years ago, when the Mayor and
the Board of Estimate refused to allow
the company to increase its fare to
eight cents, it applied for a receiver,
?nd since then has been operated by
John Kuhn as receiver. The receiver
succeoded in getting th? eight-cent?, fare
by applying to Judge Chatfleld, of the
United StateB District Court, and since
then the trolley lin?a are said to have
been profitable. The power and light
business of the company, it is said,
long has been a paying proposition.
Until the controversy over fares
arose with the Mayor, the company
operated the line of the Midland Rail?
road Company. It discontinued service
in December, 1920, and ' for many
months the city has been operating
one-man trolley cars on this line. Un?
der city management tho line is said
to show a deficit.
Leviathan Will Carry
United States Sea Post
Foreign Mails Will Be Received
on Big Liner When It Goes
Into Service
From the Tribune's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.?The great
Leviathan, when it goes into service,
will carry United States sea post. Ar?
rangements are'being made by the Post
Office Department lor the remodeling
of tho rooms formerly devoted to Ger?
man sea post. Foreign mails will be
received on the Leviathan when It is
put in commission and postal clerks
will separate it for shipment from
tho ports at which the liner docks.
At the New York terminus mails
will be loaded onto the mail boat at
quarantine. From the mail boat inland
mail will be transferred directly to
railway mail cars waiting at the dock
and immediately dispatched to its des?
Nine American vessels operating in
trans-Atlantic service, besides service
to Porto Rico and to the Canal Zone,
have United States sea post. At present
ell employees are Americans, but it is
hoped that co-operative sea post can
be arranged so that American, British,
French and German postal clerks can
handle the foreign mails jointly.
? ? .- ?
Weather Report
Sun rises.. . F? :'69 a.m.?Run sets,... 6:J8j).m.
Moon rises. 7:07 p.m.|Moon sots.j. 8:115 a.m.
Local fovecn?t-~-f-lhowers and rooler to?
day, possibly follotvcfl by clearing on coast
this afternoon; fair und coolst to-morrow;
strong southwest shifting to northwest
winds; probably gales to-day.
l-oeii! Ofll?l;il Kr-eonl.?The following
ofTlclal record shows temperatures during
th? Inst twenty-four hour* In comparison
with tho eorrospomllng date of last year:
1922. 1921.1 11122. 1921,
a n. m_ 05 r.7 8 p. m_ ?4 71
fl ?. m. . . . fi? 67 ? p. m. , , . SB fit)
9 a.m.... 63 8?l 9 p.m.... 14 63
12 noon. ?4 71 ! 10 p.m.... 64 62
Highest, AC degreoH (at 6 p. Hi.)', lowest,
61 degr???,, (at 8 : ?10 a. m.l; average, 64 de?
grees; average same ?lot? last year, 64
degrees; average shiho dato for thirty
three years, 50 degrees.
8 a.m... 100 | 1p.m.... 97| 8 p.m.... 84
Barometer It ?mi ?lings
8 a.m.. 89.94 | lp.m., 29.88 | 8 p.m.. "9.77
, General Weather ?"ondiMons
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.?Tho dlsturbano?
that was over the Southwest. Friday night
moved rapidly northeastward, increased In
Intensity, and wan central over I>ako Hlrla
t" night. It has been attended by showers
almost generally over the eastern half of
tho country and It has been followed by
cooler weather almost generally between
the Rocky and the Appalachian mountains.
The precipitation at Washington ?luring
to-day wotj tho first that had occurred
ulnoe September 12. This period of f.venty
iour days Is tho longest without precipita?
tion sinco tho establishment of the station
in 1871.
A disturbance of apparently slight In?
tensity wan central over tho Bahamas to?
night anil probably moving northward or
northwestward. An area of high pressure
of wide extent wns over the Rocky Moun?
tain region and tho plains states and mov?
ing aastwarn, Showers win continuo in
the north Atlantic status and portions of
the middle Atlantic states, the upper Ohio
Valley ami the lower lako region and
along tho south Atlantic coast Sunday.
Otherwise generally fair weathor will pre?
vail Sunday and Monday In the state? east
of the Mississippi River. Tho temperature
will be considerably lower Sunday 'tin?! Sun?
day night In the lower lako region, the
Ohio Valley, Tennessee, tho east Gulf
stater and tho Atlantic states, except New
Storm warnings aro displayed on tho At?
lantic const from Delaware llre.alcwa.ter
Foroeaat by Olstrlcti*,,?Eastern New
York?Showers ?Jlrt cooler to-day, possibly
followed by clearing on tho coast this af?
ternoon; to-morrow fair and cooler.
Southern Njjn* . .ngland?Rain to-day,
warmer In eastern Massachusetts; to-mor?
row fait- und cooler.
Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, New
Jersey and Delaware?Showers und cooler
this morning, probably followed by clear?
ing In the afternoon.
western Pennsylvania and western New
Tork?Showers and coolor to-?lay; to-mor?
row fair and continued cool.
"Poreoast for Week
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.?Weather out?
look for tho week beginning Monday
North and Middle Atlantic States, Ohio
Valley and Tennessee Region of the Great
Lakes?Pair until latter part, when show?
ers aro probablo. Coii3lderabiy cooler first
South Atlantic nnd Gulf State*?;?Gener?
ally fair; temperature below normal first
part and normal thereafter. Pressure Is
low and falling over the Caribbean Sea,
but no disturbance has appeared as yet.
Upper MlHsisslDpl and Lower Missouri
Valleys?Generally fair; cool at beginning
of tho week, temperature normal or above
Northern Rocky Mountain and Plateau
Regions?Generally fair except probably
occasional showers west of tho Rocky
Mountains. Temperature abovo normal.
Southern Rocky Mountain and Plateau
Roglors?Generally fair, temperature nor?
mal or above.
Fai'iflc States?Fair in southern Cali?
fornia and occasional showors elsewhere.
Temperature near normal.
Bus Monopoly
In Franchises,
Whalen's Fear
Commissioner Asserts That
MeAneny's Suggestion Is
Part of Governor's Plan
to End Control by City
Demands Relief Now
Transit Board Head Says
Court Probably Would
Grant Stay for Operation
Grover A. Whalen, Commissioner of
Plant and Structures, took issue yester?
day with George McAneny, chairman of
the Transit commission, in regard to
the latter's statement that the Board
of Estimate had ample power to meet
the present situation with respect to
bus lines. Chairman McAneny had
pointed out that tho board oould issuo
franchises to reputable bus owners and
operators, and that the Tran_it Com?
mission would stand ready to grant
certificates of convenience and neces?
sity, and thus tho whole proceeding and
remedy would be in compliance with
the law.
Commissioner Whalen does not say
that the board has not tho p-owwr to
grnnt franchises, but declarea that they
should not do it as a matter of public
policy. He further says that the im?
pression that Mr. McAneny attempted
to convey that a franchise could be
granted forthwith is in error, as it
would take two or three months to com?
ply with the provisions of the city
charter in that respect.
The commisloher says that Chairman
McAneny is probably speaking for Gov?
ernor Miller when he eays that there
is no need either for further legislation
to permit the city to purchase and
operate busses, or for further appeals
to the courts.
Fears Highway Monopoly
"Mr. MeAneny's statement summed
up in very simple language means
this," said Commissioner Whalen, "that
Governor Miller's Transit Commission
is not in favor of municipal ownership
and operation, but is in favor of con?
tinuing the vicious practice of granting
to private individuals ?rid corporations
monopolies of public highways. The
people of the City of New York are
to-day suffering from the granting of
franchises to private corporations. Th-;
Board of Estsmate has very properly
refused to grant bus franchises, hold?
ing that this valuable source of reve?
nue should at all times be retained for
the health, comfort, convenience and
profit of the people. No matter how
favorable to the city might bo the
provisions of a franchise as drawn, ex?
perience has shown that when the city
endeavors to enforce the terms, the
courts by some strange process of rea?
soning have taken a view adverse to
tho city's interesta.
"The municipality should not per?
mit Itself through the Board of Esti?
mate to further entangle the transit
situation by making indiscriminate
grants of bus franchises. No public
body such, as the Transit Commission
should advocate the granting of fmi?her
franchises In the City of New York.
Even if the Board of Estimate were
agreeable to granting bus franchises,
which it Is not, the impression at?
tempted to be conveyed by Mr. Me
Aneny that a franchise co-altf be
granted forthwith is not so."
McAneny Points th? Way
The commissioner pointed out that
the sections of the city charter cover
ng the granting of franchises required
publication of the petitionaers' applica?
tions for a ce-rtain period of day? in
"The City Record," public hearings and
further consideration by the Board of
Estimate of the proposed franchise?
In all, Governing a period of time of
two or three months.
When Chairman McAneny was shewn
Commissioner Whalen's statement, he
said, first of all, he wished to assure
the commissioner that he had spoken
?for himself and not the Governor. Sec?
ond, that the court which had granted
an injonction against the ?-T
presently operated undrmh* S?**-?
rrrant a stay and tha <S8**'! *'*
tion of the lines, permit ?"ed ?h
of franchises b/tha??? *$
mate. Furthermore, Mr yA of ?i
Glared, if the Board of ft.*-*]
started three years a,o t? **'
proper franchises, ????,? pnt,
ing in a hopeless fight in Tu N
the period of time romnlal,?.. t f**l
have been amply covered d *A
Shipping Board Ve*?**!. ?,
Henry, director of salen r i "~*?W
Shipping Board Emergence S'?*
poratio;-,, announced to-day th^V*?
ina ships sales: * ini is-!-?
Hambro, steel tanker 9u?,
gross; purchased by Ge\ie'?? ^??SI
Corporation, 71 BroadwaVv itl*-.
Contolea?. steel cargo a%H
2,450 grosst jourchase? \,v ? ?*"
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