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THE SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1912.
17- H. Needn't Pay the $171,149 Judg ment Until Cnse Has Had Open Trial. LOST MONEY ON STOCKS As Friend of Horlliisliatul Pierce Turned Tlicm Over to Own Brokers. Henry Clay Pierce needn't pnjr the jwlsnv'tit for $171,140 obtained for con vrsiuii of Mod b liy Mia. Alice O. Hycroft tint il lie His li.id it clinnoe to defend the m'tloti in court, under n ruling by the iiujoiity of tho Aiellute Division yes irnl.iy. .Inst in? Hiutt dli-soiitcd from this deci moii and rvild thtit I ho .Judgment should l,e tipl rM I n be of Pterce'a at'.ittide ihiotiKliout II.'' litigation. Mm, Hycroft sued on the ground thnt Mio hud iHivcthI stocks to Mr. Pierce, t;ij vws ii friend of her himlxind, nnd he li.nl iiKixtil ta tukc cliHXfcu of hi-r invwt-liii-iidi mid put them in the hind of his nun liroKciv, I'oni A FI'iRK. Mho alleged that Ihi'i'ii nnd I90U fha brokers imivcivi tin Murks to their own twe, ami M I.iidu nutliinit about the oonver mom until l'.oo. Then alio Hiied Mr. Pierce. Wi-n ihi' oiiyi wim culled for trial Pr t n nol ptrseiit nnd'hte nttornt-ya r t to k on with the caso. A jutl. tiKi.t hy (ii'fault mw taken and thla win v.mitrd later on Piero' application. Min Hycroft Appealed nnd tho Appellate I'hWnii decided that the Judgment iini-t stand unions the defendant could i:i iH'tier prouf that ho was ill in Palm I!i Ii, I'ln., h"ti the etitto was railed. 1 1' nn's application was heard in the I'lM'M- intirt itgtin. and he submitted r.flMaviia (is ta lis iHno. lint the plaintiff iiHciotl testimony to show that ho was luiiicipatins in the boclal activitioM nt l'dlin lit-aih r.t the time and was ecn iron on the ballroom Moor, The court refused to vacate the judg ment and Pion o then took another iippoal to the Appellate. Division, which was heard yesterday. In the moMntimc his Sflni.mo yacht, the Ynrona, vas attached its security rortho jildRtneut. In the m i jnrity opinion of the Appellate Division .lustlro, Clarke, Mid that Sir. IW. of Pofct .t Flags. teHttflod at the trial of the action that tho firm never heard of Mrs. Itycrofl in the transaction nnd that them win a deficiency of $12,000 when the Mimnnt was elotwl. Mr, Pierce Mid in an nffUdvit as to hi doleneo that he put-Mrs. Ilycroft's stocic in a i.pi'ci.il account and guaranteed the t'ltn amindt loss, with the result tint it " t him s;i.!Wt. He Kiid Mrs. Uycroft kiiwlliitt tho brokeix liad denuindcd ad ditional money for carrying the account, nnd kIio replied that Rho had no moro ini'iioy. He Mtibmlt ted a letter tu which th plain tin ddrred lilnuiH "Clay, dear." and said thnt when her father's estato was willed rl.o would bo ablo to take the stock havlo 'I he court Kiys that "in view or the fact tnat thin lady wan mi experienced operu irr," the circutnstunceH ttrohgly corroli uriilo tho defendant's story and threw tin ve doubt onccrtaln testimony alio gave, 'i he court concludes that because enough ha 1 con extAbliihed loralooa strong pre emption against tho validity of the tltt'itiff's clntm. in the intercxtn of justice there uiinuld Ihj a real trial in oon court . THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK. YVr nml Klectlon Fall to Check Ad vance In Trade, v either tho Bulgarian war nor the elec tion has retarded in the hllghtest the is markable advance that Is going on in busl-iie-t in the country. '1'ho trade Journals in-day describe in measures of Increasing optimism the great upward movement la business conditions. linn's ftrricw nays: While tho Hiilirnrlmi-TurU-fti rrar causes mm h uneaslneBK abroad, ItH chief effect In this country lias beeu first to produce hires li'iricn selling of American securities, ami second to came largo foreign l)ii)ing of merU'n wheat. War in never in th kms run lienellrlal to world commerce, l"lt the pic-sent Kuropeau crlils, at If ant In Its Immediate effects, has not acned In auv nay to check -the notable expansion ta trade here. Uvery leport from eiery nertlon of the country Is favorable and the general business situation Is not only very a tlo but ii entirely healthy. Taking it altogether there has never been a more rrin.iikahle uplift In American business 'lun that now In progress at a time of '"lelsn disturbance nnd of an Important iloii.eitlu political campaign, and it Is not--ihl aNo that the tradn and Industrial elaiiion, ill testing the capacity of t'lnnts am1 oanks and railroads nnd the 1'ilior suiir cause a comparatively smalt Httiniint of friction. Tlio heavy railroad h iylng of rails, cars and ether euutpment It the immediate feature of the Iron and i-ieel trade. Not in years has, there been mill generally satisfactory conditions In ih Twiollen and cotton goods and kindred tra'e The shoo factories report a de m.inil Rhlih brlniri pioductlon to the point of fm tory capai Ity. V'uilnlrrfl'a says. i' iin", continues to eipand and trade rurr,,nu are aiiareutly unarfected by the ri'ari.rsH nf the. Presidential election, Prac tUntH' h'.I lepnrlH are of a satisfactory nature, 'hough of course activity abounds a re,iter eitent In some sections tliJt ii ..iiieri. but ecn the laggards Just ?,ow ''ir.flv fon- points in theSouth rti falling Inio tino with tlm rcstrif the wintry. The dim iruth Is that demand predicated on lieaw riinsump.ve requirements eiists, that It miKt Ii;, niled, no matter what sen tuueiiidi en? t :,!'.!tlral matters may etert, nml that ''.ucks of goods are not heavy In sn ik - ',o;4 any event the mercantile hit- ot 'he country, speaking of them i'e' vt yl hae experienced another r .'ft f ntceptlonally active trade. Job '"'"i of nil Maple lines have enjoyed a li'nK Ijiiiiipi nml calls for winter goods h.i-e uiinii to tlm front In a noteworthy ' liulilentally buying for future ac- i'xii 'or iiuit spring Is becoming moro FINANCIAL NOTES, e is given to tho holders of cer 1 0i rrpn -filling preferred or common 'I the ( htcago I tilon Traction Com '"" v by ih. Central Trust Company rl v- uk, ilepo-llary, that participation n mi,-, of ih-pimit upon which assess 1"' , ''ii paid urn ready for delivery T ,m'" '.,r lh" ,TUHl comtiany, SI Wall ' i-ei. ,, r ,0orf Dccfiuber I. " iwiig ininmlttfo of tha Curb Asso "i hi i.iik admltlcd to quotation fl.ooo.oot) kln'i "I 'hf Kelvin Kultumi l'ntinfr i',i. I'nm pur mIii,. ii. kioeU miiu.nHi,,. i "bares also as a protnect the "' "hania, par v.iluo fl, or the Nuw Mnes Company, ntnek outhtaiiding 1,0m ,ll-l I Mm inmi, s ( l'ieron has been elected n director ,, 'oioiucio l iifl and Iron Conipany to , 'ail""'' nUKc'd.hy the death or "I'lno ( "in i .liiHtUn Nov burger 'a ttiaiili-il the application of Hie pei.,l',,rt,.lll or iLuiU Mr peimlHslou ' rie hi.,, Tt'".'ixi ' "f " )" cent to lhti!..i! i, hi", iii'gln 'I met Company. iMihl.jiiU:, win bo tent to (ho ciedltors ut STEEL CONDITIOIB OKATUTINQ. SUUasaat af Jadsa Oaay at(ABierl eaa Sleel and I re a tnatllate. In aji address before the American Iron and Stoel Institute K. II. Clary, chairman of the Steel Corporation, stated that con ditions are most- gratifying (In Uia steel trade) and that an era of the greatest pros perity exists, tie stated that following the 1007 panic railroads did not enter the market even for their necessities. Me also said In part: "In 0oiis(junce, the necessities of the, consumers have piled up to such sn extent that they hav lately been forced to In crease their purchases materially. When, therefore, the railroad companies andothers similarly situated commenced to buy the general Influence and effect were Immedi ately felt and buying on a large scale ha developed. Moreover, the bountiful crops and sound basic condition of the country luivo made every one realire more clearly than ever before that prosperity In this splendid country of ours Is to be the rule and not the exception, notwithstanding at times we may be surrounded by adverse influence and unwarrantable Interference, which in any ordinary country nould bring prolonged distress and suffering. Ho we are happy to-day in the knonledge that we have on our books orders which will keep our milts running to their full capacity for months to come." An unconfirmed report was circulated yectqrday tint the Chicago and North western' had placed orders for 13) loco motives. The United States Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry Company has secured nn order for 4,000 tons of cast Iron pipe for Newark, S.J., which III cost about ItiS.ooo. The American Bridge Company has been awarded a contract for '.'.l.Oco tons of fabri cated structural steel for line In the new city subway construction, 'the steel will nut bo delivered until aomo time in ioki. A large number of smaller orders for struc tural steel came to light ycatoid.iy. Al though thoro have not been very many contracts of considerable volume, placed rcoently for structural steel, the aggregate of all the small orders calls for n consider able tonnage or tho product. lion bars are nun selling at tl.BO per loo pounds in Pittsburg, llirinlngham pig Iron prices aro advancing, with sales of No. 2 foundry at 114 to 114. M per (on, an advanco or f i.An to U a ton In a year. Val ley basic pig Iron Is now (muted $l.l." a ton, all advanco of over f:i.;,o a ton in a year. Pittsburg brssemer is selling at Ms a (on, an advanco of K'.no sluco last October. Foundry No. 2 at Philadelphia is now tts a ton as compared with tu on October 15, toil. RAILROAD EARNINGS. CamdUn Pacific: 1li. C'huntu Third wttk Oct.. I5.943.0HO Inf. Ill.noO From July' !.... 44,:M,li; Inc. .9!J.3'Ji t'hlraio. IntltiniDotla A- l-nulavlll i Tlilnl wrrk Oct.. I149.4tt Inc. rrom July 1 :.:S7,SS1 Inc. tlrnvcr and rtlo Orsnde! Third 'wrV Oct.. $5":.S0O Inc. rrom July tj i.30,,700 Inc. I4.KS7 J7.U7 tss.vee 413,100 ItiternMtlonal and tlreat Northern: i nini wen Oct.. i::.ooo inc. From July I X.Til. 1 1 S Inc. Interoi-sanlp Ilsllwuy of Mrxlro: Second week Oct. 1141.711 lire. From July 1 :,403,CI3 Dec MIpourl. Kama and Tens! lit. 000 174,5:5 14.5,4 :,i:i Third week Oct... ITII.IS8 Inc. tto.n: 757,1,0 I Tom juiy l 5.3SM04 inc. Mheourl PactHc: Third week Oct.. II, 133.000 Inc. From July I l'.'.;8S,6:j Inc. National llaltwaya of Mexico! 1131.000 :,3i,si Second week Oct. H.lM.SIt Dte. ItOMll 711, ill Krom July I l,00:,S0l Texae and I'sclltc: Third week Oct.. tlSO.KC From July 1 I.33T.iS Iec. Inc. Ir.c.i 151.115 403,3(4 ATCHISON. The Alchlaon. Topeka and Hants Fe Hall way Company rcporta for September: t13. Change. C.re.i earnlnga. . .110,0:4.(41 Inc. 11.070,413 Opcr. expenita... (,37,: Inc. 4II.4; Net earning!. . Taxea IJ,07C,M Inc. inc. Oner. Income. . . 3,:S3.:3 lnc; ISO. 664 From July I: . OroM earnlnga. . .lit, 115, 413 Inc. 13.771. ,10 Oper. epcn... l.SC3.i: inc. 1, Its. 035 Net earning!... IMM.ilS Inc. 11,453. Mi Taxe 1.154.(37 Inc. 135,355 Oper. Income... IS. 595.:; Inc. 11,514,4:4 CIIICAOO AND NOUTHWKSTERN. The Chicago and Nnrthtveiltrn Itallway Company report! for September: 1312. CMianre Oper. revenue!... I7.873.st7 Inc. 1707.113 Oper. exp. 4 taxes 5.:70,:ao inc. 443.573 Net oper. rev,, Other Income.., t:,403.037 UJ,I1 Inc. Inc. i::3.3io 100, Total Income. Filed charges,. i:,B4:.7i7 HZ, Ml Inc. Inc. $314. : 1(5,3)4 Surplus 11,610,035 From July 1 : Oper. revenue!... :i,7S,37l Opcr. exp. txi. 16,i:,t,61.' Inc. 1151,815 Inc. 11.401.714 Inc. i.:c:.oo Net eper. revi. Other Income .. 4,:il.7S 1,037.-1 Inc. Inc. UJI.I24 137.001 Total Income.. 7,:i1.4( Fixed charges... , :,533.)15 Inc. Inc. M7M37 i:0,37 Surplus. . 14, 713,031 Inc. 1155,460 BUSINESS TROUBLES. J 17 NO MANN nrttW COMPA.VY.A petition In oanurupicy naa nrrn Died againti me Jung maun Drug Compxuy. retail clruigtm at IJ V.IU.K Tenly-lhlrd street In the Metropolltaa uir jiuudinx ann ni bu i niuniDUft avenue or William T. Cared for William H. McN'sb, a creditor, for 1 1.(100. Judge. Hand appointed (iuernncy Price rooelver. bond l.vono. with an thorlly ti continue the hui-lneea thirty days, Mr. Carrll said ihal llablllUrs arc IH.uoo, and aueta about 110,000. WII-SON (lUJVIi COMI'ANY.-A petition In bankruptcy has been filed ga!nt,t the Wilaon (ildve Company of liet) llrnadway hy ihcne rredllori.: Alfred II. Muarfnril. txiv l'hj,rle 11 Mcklrii, 11.0011. and lllrliard T. Carry, 179. U. oiiincfc are aaui 10 ne jo,uuo. anu Shheta li.ono. I'Ali:il.S(l WAIST COMI'ANY.. A Of II linn In bankruptcy has been filed aialnot llrnle Dtlroi,. trading as the I'aterwn W aist Company, niAailint'liirrr ni waitin ai a r.aei ncvrniccnia street, by Ihese ciedtlorF: Ihldnr Newman. 1400; Iiaae Jacobi, till, and Israel Dresner, 1170. IICNKY JANOWITZ. A petition In bankruptcy has been filed agalnx! Ilrnry Janwltz, Jeweller nf U Kasl mill street, by these credftors: S. Italian 4 Co . 1150: Charles I'. (Joldsnillh, m, (.nil liny nl White, 1IWI. I.tabllltles are said to De, si5ttui. anu assets so.uno. ' JACOll U IK.Nf.lt. A petition In bankruptcy has been men aialnst Jacob wiener, also known as Jack Wiener, tailor at list and 1143 Mroadnay, by these ci editors: S. Stein & Co., 11.413: Water- iiiiusc. itcsnrr a ivaan, sfio, anu mmon a ocid Uuu. I. UNA HAI.INdl'.lt. A pellllon In bankruptcy has been filed acalnst Lena Salinger, dealer In raincoats at 01 Dclaneey street, bylllic National Italnc4at Company, a creditor for IStQ. COMMKKCIAI. .SI'I'I'I.Y COMPANY.- Karl W. lies. Uolnir buslnen na I In-Commercial Siinnlv Compiny, dealer In onire supplies at 3J llniad- woy. uas men a pennon in onnnrupiey witn Ikbillllcs 151.170. (jo.nm contingent en a Milt brought araln.t him by the Hump's Perfected caper rixiMre i ompany or i.ac'rosc, wis. ZCSllAN KOSIINKIt. salesman of lis Kast isnih street, formerly a grocer, hat filed a petition In bankruptcy, with liabilities It ,249 and no assets. JKSSK J. nitlTI.KR of Ml West Ills! street, for merly a dealer In automobile sunntles. haa filed a petition In bankruptcy, u!t!i liabilities. Mim 61111 a oiscnarre rmm imiiKrupiey in nr, srlha II. IIukoii. formerly nf ill Kat Klihty slxlh street, who filed a petition in banl-ruplry (K-lntier 15, 1007. with llAhlllllci 113.157. (il.APMONI'. IIICHTIIK. Melmlulea In bank ruptcy of (lladstone ic lllehter. clothing man. faelurrra at 137 Plrrcker elrret, show liabili ties 19.334 and assets 11,510. LOUIS TANI'.NnAUM. Sehedulei In hankruptey nf l.ih Tanenbs'im, wholesale dealer In inlf llnery at III Bond street, show liabilities ia,. Mt and assets 113,307, in ilHbSCIIMAllACK.-.Sc-hedules In bankruptcy of lliliel Hchmarack, dealer In dry goods nt I5a Illvlngton street, show liabilities 5,l5Haiid assets 11,500 In stock. MOIIIUH l,linoW. -vSrhedules In hankniptcy of Morris Ixibow, hatter of tno Canal atrerl, show llahllltleH li,ll and assets ll.UIM. PAIIKVIIIW COMPANY. -A deficiency Judgment (or 1I5U.501 has been docketed against ihs Park view Company In favor of the Harney i:uie Company, growing out of the foreclosure sale ef an apartment house, 777 Madison avenue, corner of Hlxiy-sUlh streel.'on May 0 last. Time tor Hal of atreet llallroad Kstended, The toekholders' proteclUe committee nf ihn l'in!i-iil CnrL. North nllil Fast Itlvnr 'lliilhoiid (.'oinpauy, owners of tho Fifty ninth Htieet line, annonnii'd ycslnrday thut Kiaiclal Master iHlinlu Man In Intel granted luu extension of Umo for Ihe foreclosure sale of the toad from October 31 to Novat iber 14. E ' DECREASES $1,478,430 President Madge CompUlns of Higher Taxes, Wages and Expenses. MOKE TRAFFIC EXPECTED More Than a Hundred New In dustries Along Com pany's Lines. President Mudgs of the Chicago, Bock Island and Paclflo Railway Comptay, In ths annual pamphlet report'of the road, sound i the complaint generally voiced in trie rail road reports of the year of Increased ex penses, decreased net, higher taxes and higher wages. The Income account for tha rear, which has been published, showed a decrease in net operating revenue of f M7I.I30. Presi dent Mudee says: "In common with other railroad!, the gross revenue decreased, and the expenses or oeratlon Increased, as compared witb the ptecedlng fiscal year. The almost unparalleled weather conditions during the winter of 1 01 1-1012 nnd the extraordi nary flood conditions In the spring of 1913. during which latter period some forty miles of our track utre under utter for a period of more than two weeks, made both for an Increase In expenses and de crease In earnings. "These conditions, together with the raet that the extienses for the year carry a charge of IMS.ooo on account of iucreased rates of pay In employees' wtges ns eom pared with the preceding year, made it Impossible to keen operating expenses down to a lev el proporllonstc to the earn ings, consentienlly causing an Increase In the operating ratio. "Taxei continue to ahow an Increase. The Incresfo for the period under review, compared with the same period last year, was K4.3in.37, or l. per cent. However. In making a five year comparison, the ac count shows an Increase of fiM3.DM.l4, or fl.so tier cent., while the operated mileage has Increased during the same period less than I per cent." President Madge sees a prospect of toed traffic development through the work the induatrial department has done, saying: "The records of Ihe Industrie! depart ment Indicate that 13 new Industries were located along the Rock Island Lines during Ihe current fiscal year. It is estimated that their construction will cost approxi mately tis.ooo.noo, and that their operation will furnish employment for more than l.ooo men and create an annual movement of over S4.000 carloads of revenue rretght. These Industries will slso require the move ment of considerable less than carload freight. "In order lo promote the safety or em ployees and patrons and to reduce to a minimum prrsonal Injuries there waa orgunlred on August 1. 1013, a safety bureau with jurisdiction ovrr theentire Rock Island Mnec, 'Ihe organization embraces prac tically every operating official, together with minor ofneers and employees, ana It Is hoped that by cooperation of all concerned a large percentage or accidents will he avoided. "On .tune ,m. 1012. tin pensioner were on ihe'perislon payrolls, ninety-five employee having been retired by reason of the ag limit and thirty-eight by reason of being Incapacitated. The total cost for pension paid and the expense of administration during the year was 14t.S07.SO." The funded debt, not Including equip ment notes, increased I33.43,00 during Ihe year and equipment notee decreased 11,113,000. Of this Increase i:0,0O0,ooo was by Ihe issue of Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railways twenty year gold de benture i per cent, bonds. The property Investment Increased SMlft.Sso, including cost of new equip ment. MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS. Coffer Advanced Eeropran Market Noticeably Hither C'everlnt of Shorts rtlo Lower. Coffee advanced (lightly on covering of short sud also in response toharp ad vance In Havre and Hamburg. On th other hand the receipts at Rio and Santos were larger, Rio quotation wre lower and Hanloa showed no advance. There I" "till more or less talk tothssfUct that the llalkan war Introduces an flsmsot or uncertainty Into th financing of bit stocks or coffee. The receipts at Rio and Mailtos were 77.000 bags, against 73,000 last ysar nnd SS.ooo In 1010. Yt not a few of the abort preferred to cover over Sunday rather than take the chances of event which might possibly be inimical to their Interest. Coffee on the spot waa crwlst; Rio No. 7, ISVt'o. Futures closed steady at 3 points lower to 7 points higher. Sale were II.3SO bags. Havre closed H to l fro. higher. Hamburg closed ii pfg. higher. Rio we 75 rels lower: receipt were 13.000 bag, against l.l.ooo last year; stocks, 317,000 bag, against .157,000 last year. Santos wa un changed, receipts were 3,000 bags, against sn.oiKi last yeir: stock, 7,4,000 bag, against s.sni.non last year. Hao Paulo re ceipts were 65,000 bags, sgalnat 75,000 last year. ,1undiahy receipt were 57,000 bags, against (3,000 last year. Price were a fol lows: Sales. .lanuary.. s.otio February.. I.onu Uarrh.. S.7tn May. . u.:n July.... 11.7(0 September 17.110 Ocinber , 710 IJrcember. IJ.W0 HI f heat. I,oweit. is.ot is. at 13 0 13 M 14.39 14 30 11.34 14.10 11.37 14.31 14 30 14,13 14.73 If. 311 14 0 11,03 Closing. 13.ftiXlI.tl ll.Mtll.M I4.2011.3I I4.3&-S 11,24 11.34411,37 14 til4.30 11 nSll.34 Il.tofcl4.09 Pnovisios. Lard wa easier; prime Western, 111. 05; refined Continent, $11.35. Pork was firm; mess, 110.350130. Ueef waa steady; packet, HotflJO. Mutter Creamery extras, .1141.10(0.; firsts, 3' HOHc. Chsese State, whole milk, new, white and colored specials, l7Hlfc, Kggs Fresh gathered firsts, 3.W3o. Chicago, Oct. 35 "Provisions were lower under fairly liberal offering from commission houses thought to lie acting for stock yards Interests, Including packer. Local ohorts were the chief buyers, though the strength In grains Influrnood a little scat tered buying. The closing wits easy Cash trade waa not so goods" I9e4Twre as follows. i.-Vi'JUti:'-. Xlflf'Jn.- . ii-.CT5rr.; Ijirrt: Ing. eh est. Int. Close. Oct. 11.30 II.IO It.llM ll.ll 11.331 llr- 10 UH 10 3!t 10,1 Jan in B3' llay. .10 lt-i3!t 10.33 10.30 IU itjvs iu, .711-1 JU.WI 1U. 813 lO.NIi 10, lilbi: Oct.. ,, 10.71 I0.7S Jan.. , 10 30 10 30 llay. . .. 0 07! 07)i I'nrk: 10.70 10.70 10.73 10. U 10.11 lO.ttli .3Vt WI 10.00 Jan.". I0.I3!-I71 io'.iiM I0 O3M IjiojW jO.IJJt Uay 11.71 11.77), ll.7j 13.70 li.llii HiidAn.-rtaw wa firm; centrifugal, oa teat, 4.05c; muscovado, 39 test, 3. Wo. Re fined waa quiet; grnulated4.ooc. NAVAh HTORss.-fiplrlts or turpentine, 4lc. Common to good (trained roiln.M.Si 17.00 17.00 .National Guard Order hy Gov. Dlz. Ai.hant, Oct. 35,-Oov. DU, through the Adjtitant-deneral, to-day Isiusd a National tlimrd ordra follow; "Col, Charles O. Davis, Coast Artillery Corps, Is detailed us a member of the Militia Council for (he (arm ending July 37. ion, vice llrig-tleii. K. r', Austm, detail terininnted by promotion, . . . -Col. VSilliam Wilson, Third Infantry; Major .lames 11. Mcler. Hecond Cavalry, and Major Frank II. Harrett.rlrat rlld ftia Council for the term ending July St, 1 11110, to llll existing uconcie. " Artll erv. are detailed as memrstra or the BEADY AT NEW GRAND CENTRAL, "abarbaa Coacoarse al 43d Street llatlos Ofeaa To-alkt. The suburban coo course ai the new (Iracd Central terminal enabling paa en(er uatng tfca lower lere! to enter from or to dtract to the aubway and the atreet will be opened to the public? at 12 o'clock to-nltM. .The coecouraa la In Itaelf a thoroughly quipped station ootHalning ticket ofBcea, room for man and for womeui, Inforuta tion buraau, talephOne, parcel room and baggage checking facilities. 'ihe grand auburban walkway, or ramp, leading from the aubway meaaanlne floor to the suburban ooncourae, la forty feet wide and haa a gentle elope. Sunlight enter through double layers of glaae 100 feet above the walk and at night the ramp is lighted by Ave large chandelier. Ihe new terminal building will bebptn in January. Tstn ta Paaaaaa aaal Weart ladle. la connection with lh Atlantic Coast Line's through Pullman service to Key .West the Peninsular and Occidental Steam ship Company will operate eight personally conducted tours with the new twin screw teel steamship Kvsngslln from thut point toColon, theCanal Kon. Kingston. Jamaica and Havana. The Evangeline Is a new ship, M4 feet long, 4 feet lam, s.tio tons, 33 staterooms, electric light and fans, and ha a speed of eighteen knot. Hit will leav Key West In the morning on the nrriral of the Atlantic ( ouat Line-Florhlu (.'- . ' n , , ..a fc, .!.. .... il.. V . rni. wan u,m nn im if utu IIIV .si'llll on January. 7 and 31, February 4 and is, March 4 and I and April I and 15, sailing direct to Colon, where a stop of two dsys win ne rnaao, loini pansrnaera nine to see the Panama Canal. On the return trip a two day stop will be made at Kingston. ne r.vanfreune win sail meets to Havana, Ickela will be rood to return from thars to Key West on any of Ihe everv week dav sailings or the regular line, 'ihe tour will occupy eleven days and the rare for the trip will include meals and berth at sea and In port. 1NBTBCCTION. NCW TORE New Tark City. For Keys ana Yeung Man. E lnttmriUi. fir In mi Btyt fc AlMt-.IC;tofTo.hr., Profaaalanal, rVwparatory, 3 , Baalneaa, Trade, ; Kltmentary , Day Sohool is Csntsitrtlll. MtnsmtWc, gtfhgs sl 3 Kilinat' rrrriraUrf Crwnntir trttn. vsnlng Courses j Prahaalnl-Tf""sT. rt- a?i"Vmtss1irBhL,n Trade-" Mlt''" riueik. ? int. llcctrtilty. rlan Rtsttsi en EttliMtlsi. DrsTtlSf. Csncrtts. Intlue- trial ektmtirry. Usfitry eNmlitrj. q Ttstllt. - rraara4irir-sta-o etssis 5 310: Csltag fntra, Mlk tchML eiseiisury. lrliuatea'-rViBS a,mte.n- IsK, Isiltsk f litl tnlaa. llatatlM. OetHrs, elat OTs. gsDsfsag, tts. Sand for Catalega C 23rd ttrsst Y. M. O. A. 212 W. 23rd St- ChelaaalSM 3 IRVING SCHOOL I. SL MAY. IS W. MTM ST. BOT9 ntOU TO 30. ALL t)KPAT4TMRKTS renaoM ibbo. -moot iaos senuyier. rr Olrta aaa Tswag Wiissv DE LANCEY SCHOOL WBR UNB ATETf CK AND MTB ST. Klemeatarr. tilth (Mhoel sad OetMr lre. parstorr. rruaary Classes for Bers. Xlader garten DevaruasaL Rsopsal Oct L Tetsphact 413 nivsnlde. tor jf4h fstxe. Sscrtlsrysktos up to uid over SUM yearly VnM Buim ftehoal of SECRETARIES MB Fifth Ate.. N. T. Explanatory bookie I free. Corropoaeweo course given. MISS CH AIRES' SCHOOL a 4rj k . l m. - ervNArJi won a: a areciAL fkatctkk fciaoergmrien aaa rnsaary. Bers safl airls freai tbrse ta ttt ysars. Tuuning a Aftsrnooa Classes, riaaruage. . Nature Mtudr ana nastlac. WANTBD far th turt: psrmaaeat rastllaa partag CM per wselc eastuli aeBtrast dipt, aar day r Mfaaay, Wtslossday sad rrMayrtBlti, tatlo; in s. 34 West tid at. Laagwags atls Baas. rourrotD in. STP.nrfs school op LANGUAGES 1108 Av.. near 73ta Si joo weal 73a ou LaguM taught In ,clia er privately. f If MCI t-MMBS, easvaruUsai lltarsture. treat fkUniil uUoaa. ntnrl d Ltiltols. llll 71 A WasieaL THE HUMAN VOICE Cultivation ef Voice In Hinging, Elooutlon, itaadla. 'Publlo Speaking. TREATMENT IF VIOAL IIFIOTS A lluaklne. Weak Voice. Short Breath, Rarshne. falsetto Toics, Impure Quality, limited Cnmp, Chang in rtgltr, Clergyman' More Throat. REMIVAL IF IMPE9IMINTS IF SPEECH btammerlnc, Htutterlng. Llaplng, .Spas modlo Hittlon, ladlitlnot Artloulatlon. Patrons and pupils carefully prepared for parlor, platform, pulpit, choir, concert, tgt and opera. DR. ft. K. CLARKE. Dlrsetor Formerly Dlrenagr de la rieotlone Vooale. de i inatitut OM tAngus ctrangsre. am Lyoaum Oramatlo Hchool, ru Tranchst Pari. France, Late ef Suioert ail. Hot- ten, llae. Author af Clarke's Praetleal Elooutlon. "The Human Voice In Song." The Breaking Voice. - "The t The t "The facta. Voles (Jaus and Trtmnt of Vooal Pj Attribute (Velum. Compaa. Cui iiallty), How Attainable." "vole Building n Exact Healing by Voice Bulldix arkabls Results. " Holencs." ding and i it ns- LYCEUM VOCAL STUDIOS 41 KAST iili'.'ll thi:i:i'. T'hODs 7340 Mtdlion Hquar. ttersrjalls lo bring results, studio Clarsraoal nau, uroaaway, cntraoceon linn it. mens Morn. 3110. N. Y. COLUCOB Of MlVBIC; 193) Eait sath at. AppUeatloa for free sad MrUal sehaUrshlpt ahevu bs msd before Sept. 33 estae Cstugsa, Walworth gs aalfiea latUtate.Braadway a 71 (I. tsHnri. ai0HtiRi, tcntariii rt, crtn Mm aw catiisi rr Csniirstl-i-3lassu rr Boy a Yaat Msa. HEWYORK HILITAHT AGAOEMT rur caiaiusue uJrM ta Supsriouaeuat. . COHNALL-ON-nt;i)SON, N. V. NKW JBBsBV. Cranfsrd. Par Otrl aa Yg Yea, K1CUMOND SCHOOL Waj' t. M; . i irliaia, Witw let Mtawi Beat. Mhosi r6r gtrta, llmllsd te 31: aei C U N Th Fatst SUamcrs In th World Mauretania Not. Dec. .usitania CARMANIA caronia NOV. 3. 10 A. M. NOV. I, lo A. U. llay S DIM. 7, 10 A. II, DEC. 14, M A. at. 11 A V 31 DIIC. St. 13Noon VAU.33 LIVERPOOL, LONDON. PARIS. BERLIN, VIENNA via oin-rvarmvcv mn srianntiann. Maaretaala and Lasliaal eo not stop at Qutenatowa eaatbeand. NtwYork. Maritira, Gibraltar, Gtnoi, Naplts, Trltsta. write tor itiBersry. him ng notir noon. PANN0NU ULT0NIA CARPATHIA a b Nr. U c Deo. 7 a Mar. 22 ab Jan. 11 c Feb. 12 a Omit Matflra. b Omits Oenrva.eCallsal Narks. Trieste A nuine.Oiintatrnnsrtirnlshed for any Tonr. Areata tor Peninsular a Oriental S. N. Co. In United Stales and Canada. Winter Cruises Riviera, Italy, Egypt LAC0NIA KS'J FFANC0NIA ?n' CARONIA iVfe !, .rteiind the World Trips, 1313. Special through rates lo Rgypt, India, China, Japan, Manila. Aus tralia, New Zealand, ftnuih Africa, South America. Tours In Spain. Piers root w. I4lh at.. North River, N. Y. Offices. 34 Slat St., epp. Ballery. Amarican r.,.N3..,t' Prywet-Cketart-aWirthaajraten St. 1-oulv Nov. 2 SI. Paul.. " ..Novw Atlantic Transport Nw Yerk-LanaVan Olrsct Pier SB. N.Tt, ailiiii.,a,(), ,. i,, iOJOAM,isllnnehahaNov. 3 Mlnneivaal,e..nvJ.ltJOAU.(Mtnneapoll.N'v.3l RadStar rZV w leaatsa. Parts via Dover -Antwr nrcinnHUiii. ,. ihi.mii mini r.nv. 1.1 Zlnd Nov. slVailerland., .No.3u X7T I3ST O? EI n. RIVIERA ITALY EGYPT VIA Utdelra. fllbrallar. Allien, Monaco "ADRIATIC" TV "CEDRIC" The Irgeat Mediterranean Steamers NOV.M JAN. 7 JAN.21 FEB. 18 MAR. 4 BOOK NOW FOR THE FIRST CRUISES "ADRIATIC" NOV. 30 "LAURENTIC" JAN. 8 PASSENGER DEPARTMENT 9 BROADWAY, NEW YORK AUTUMN TRIPS Along the Coast Via j CLYDE or MALLORY Lines Short sea trips full of fascinating interest with all the fun and xest of an ocean voyage. Spacious promenade and sun decks. Incomparable dining room service. Liberal stop over privileges. We can help you plan the trip; reserve choice ac commodations and assist in all travel matters. fit tfttt 3 Uir. Direct sslllogs to Charleston and Jacksonville with Conner.. LLTLiC, LINk! Hons to all points onth and oiitheat. . Beet rout to the Z. . n,- Carolina. Georgia. Alabama and riorlda. Horn Pier 3, North Klver, Tueadays. Wednesdays, r'ridoys and Saturdays, ajai nnu I imsT. Only direct ocean route without change to dalveston, rlay MrlLLUKT Lint! ground nj the great southwest, connscitlng for all western .T and raclfie Coal polnu. From l'ler 4. North nlver. every Uedneaday (Dd Saturdav for Key West and Oalvoton and every Saturday for 1Rr'.Ht' 'trburg. Mobile, etc. ior nanaaomeiy Illustrated travel numnsr miwi sw. - CLYDE-MALLORY 30 P roadway, MS n roadway, Tiers as ft 48. North the Pabllc b pleased." REDUCED RATES COLONIAL UNE BOSTON 2.50 PROVIDENCE dTect 1.60 Week dayi and Hadyt al s..m I'. U.. frnra l'ier 3. N. It., loot west Houston St. ucrtns tree. All tttitslde Itooms rinsst Hervles. Uptown office: Broadway 33d St. l'hcre Spring (mil find 43. . TUK OB IO IN At, SIGHT-SEEING YACHT CLIFTON Around Uanhatun talafld. Irctortr aboard. Dally, Sun.. 10.30 A. M., 3:10 1'. If, Ft. W. 3d st. office riillron Bntldlag. Tel. Mil Uram. sictrr arKiNo yacht "obbcrva- I TION" Around Manhattan Island dally. ' l.vs. Battery l'ler, 10 Jtl, 3 JO. Tel. Dread 3371. EXCURSIONS. $1.00 ROUND TRIP TO POUGHKEEPSIE Sunday. Oct. 27th NEW STEAMER RENSSELAER Through fare to Albany and Troy, 1.50. See the Hudson garbed in its autumnal Rlorv. Steamer leaves Pier 32. N. R. (ft. Canal St.). 8:45 A. M.: West 132nd St. Pier, 9:15 A. M,; Yon kers. 10 A. M. Excellent Music. Dining room service all day a la carte. Num ber of passengers limited to en sure comfort of patrons. HUDSON NAVIIAflON CO. Pier 32. N. R. 'Phone Sprin? 9400 TOURS. TROPICAL CRUISES Available. Send for Itineraries, rates, etc. UAItSTI'.RS. 31 W. SOIh St.. N. Y. CALIFORNIA- Winter Tours l-save frequently Nov, to March, nook lets. RAY MOND WIlITCOsIB CO., 331 Sth av., -N. Y. trTBUI AND gTFRAXTS. WHERE TO DINE Trawler Co.. 30 V. 34th at, Tel, 3473 lireeley. LUCHOW'8 1M to 113 fast llth SI. Tel. 14M- xtuvvesant. rAMOl" OFJtMAN ftMTAtifgANT. Uutlo byTHR VTRNNA ARTIHT ORCHKSTiU. WURKBIItltlKR HOFRRAC. Pilsner GinossensctiattsBrau UBANI miX-llruasels I'.xposlllon, 110. AUTUMN RKSORTH. IW JERMKI. Ulivstt, A MOORRN HOI EL Noted for a HomSlUa Atmoaphsre.' boeq Location. NOW nt'KM. Fkll Winter lleaton. L t SPAHEIIKM, MmttT Allantle City. ffiartboroiifib - Blenbclm ATLANTIC CITY, N, J, tatiM Wklta a Cataa7. A R D 27. 1 A. M. Jan. 22 17, P. M. Feb. 12 Feb. 5 Feb. W CAMPANIA KOI', "il. I A. il. UAH. It Flumi Whlta Star Piers 9 fn. M. n. . Mirmeiit-ChtrkewB-Seamtea Msjr.iu- ,el, , ntxMi .ru ,UIS . 10t. Oceanic Nov. 3. noonMateilc Saw 16 "A'-.icHcn-t I.It atpni'irr frcm tier r.3. New Y ark -Quassattte wa -Uvergs! I'ecillC... OCl. 31. Iiuulli Ckli'.llk., KU. IS Celtic.. ..Nov. 7. noonlllaltlc . . ,.Nuy. 'it 'Cyn'rle carries passengers In one cabin class II. and thlra data oily. Nw Y4trk Maallterraneei-ltaly CANOI'IC NOV. In. .4 P. M, estan-Mearterranaan Pert -Italy . C'amiiilc.. ..Nov. l('anop(e Dec. 13 Cretlc, Nov. tSCnople I'eb. I Via Madeira and AUIcrv. O XI. XT X 3EI fll PANAMA CANAL WEST INDIES SOUTH AMERICA "LAURENTIC ft "MEGANTIC" Two lArgetl. Nrwet ami Finest In tl-r Trade. JAN. 8 JAN. 22 FEB. 8 FEB. 22 at) and 93) Days. Sits and upward, TOUR BUREAUS ror. Reade St cor. 33rd St. Hlver, New Yorlt. CI People Line ClTIZENSXlNE TPALBANYtyTROY ONK WAY. ei.no; H OH. NO Tit i r, av.Bu. Both steamers leaving l'ler S3. N. It. (foot of Canal 31.1.6 i . m, no oilier snip. Kleamer ('. W. MCillSi: leaves New York or even dales: ADIRONDACK on odd dates. Sunday day boat leave, l'ler S3. X. 11., at CIS A. 11.: West 133d St.. .U A. II. Special excursion ta loughkeepsl. and return. Sunday, 11 00. Through rare try Sunday day boat to Albany. II. to. The Hudson Klvcr Is at Its prettiest la CHMODCr. , Excellent Cills'lne end Music, HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.. Tie r 33. N. It. I'hone Spring two. Fall River Line L. Pier It. K. It.. N'ew York, dally at MM P.U. tUS. COMMONWLAl.TIl and 1'IUSUILLA. Orchestra on eaeb. NEW LONDON (Norwidi) LINE via New London. I.v. Pier 40. N. H., ft. Houston St., nrek days only. IW l. U.: Pier TO, K. It.. Ft. T.. Wd (.. S'SO PM. Sirs. 14 A INK and city or ijjwr.LU NEW HAVEN LINE i.v. Pier ia. r. n.. fl. Catharine HL. ueok days, 3:13 I. U. sir. lUCHAIt!) 1TCK. Tickets, etc.. at 171 tlroadtray. Transfer Tourist Offices and at Piers. Ths New Kwgland ute.m.hlp . rriYldenci llrnt, $1.50 Worcttter, S2.4S ; SteelNteamthlpiGCOhAlA and TKNNKSSEE Dally, Inelidlav aanday. 5 no P. 3f. rmm Her It, K. It. Pinna 3700 Retkinan. City Ticket Offlce, a0 Kroaiisray, N, V, ttnlown Tlnfcet llfnee. flVcy snd Tld 5tt, MAINE STEAMS N 1 1 LINE Kara Reduced t New York and ea. PORTLAND s3 In each dlrrcllnn: I J ml ted Tickets, .staterooms nicwi' ii.link iwiii-rrevns, ti wi: lierins. OIIC. NtMl Steam NtMl Stearoshliia North Land A Not th Star lave l'ler 14. N, II. fl. Milton HI.. Tue s . t urn i c , iv, , ,,. ,-umiu ill. i I UTS , Thurs. A Knit., at 1 l. Ii. Iteiurn leaie Portland same days al 0 P. U, A delightful 33-bour 400 mile trip. Tickets at Pier aud 300 nroadsray. ' Kaat.rw 8tamala a)rpor.M4Mi 'iiiH I'nnKoiiii.Ai. w.Vi airaniers rranit Jones. I eais Pier 11, r7. II.. foot of VV. it's r.:.ii4,dtify.p- iu CAPITAL CITY LINK. '. Pier is. N, h. inoae Spring 107. To Albany anbattan Line mm. sstaaa aaa mm. asaa aaw . aatl mm rr m Nnr nu ap, Caal Fllrsr, (mi l rsakllaVl ally fis..tauda)r,at rTU. f.r CoaaMilciII 1 12 AMERICAN Lsrgrit R.S.'I n. . In lh werlil OVER 4b0 1,210,000 SHIPS TONS 'Atlantic1 Service LONDON PARIS-t HAMBURG Kal.si Aaat. Vie. Nav. 4s.SP.Ml tt'orenv.rln. Nov. 1. .1 V.V. I i'snnritania...Nnv., ioa.m t Pretoria. Nov. IH. II A, M, (Hamburg dliert, 3ml cabin only MEDITERRANEAN Hidtin.Gibrillir, Algte Naples, Genoa H. S. t'lNCINNATLNov. , It AM. II7.U00 Innsl a. a. ttoi.TKi: Nov. ta, it a.m. MS.fjiil Ions) t, H. I'tNTINNATI lire, to, II A.V. (4. 8. tIAMllllltfi .tan. II, 11 A.M. ili.cno totisi S, W. 4'INC'INNAH lORIKNT rrtuiwrt .tan. an, to a.m. n. a. SIAMtltlRfl. . Kif, 10 A M. (Will not call st Madeira or A I tiers. UUI not call al Algiers. an iiikai. crtt'isr. Around the World RAN FRANC'ISIO Feb. 6, 1913 S..S. OLEVELA a. .mm saa.a. sl... 110 QMS $660 0? AND lnrludlnx all neccsatr expenses hoard and ashore, railway, hotel, shore excursions, carriages, guides, fees, elo. ' tV.Wii rmlvi ! Ortenf, iht II rtl Iniiej, llnlv ntl-l l'.evi-l. Hi. i JAMAICA and the PANAMA CANAL Cuba,Httti,Colombia,Costa Rica WI'I'.KLY NAII.INtin tly "I'll INK" and other steamera of our - ATI-ANMKHVI4T. 4 ub. Jauialra, II totadays,SNn.s,o Panama Canal, 18 In 31 das, ailn 3ria Ctnlsrs tiniudllto H. S. Prim llllel Frledrlrh Itifi Tonal October 37, to A. M. v. Hie for booklet staling erulsa. HAMBURG-AMERICAN NORTH GERMAN LLOYD tlxpre.n s.lllags lu.sdais rait Mail Salting. Thursdars LONDON . PARIS - BREMEN S-illlr.es o NATUKIIAYM for THE MEDITERRANEAN IKIEE WIITtli CRUISES TO TH! Panama Canal Alii West Indies .IAN. 141 POM. till NAIt(.'H37 nylhoK.t."llrnasr Kurraavlt" Oelrlrhs A Co.. firnrral Agent. S llroadnay. N. X. Jamaica Panama Canal The most enjoyable short cruise out of any American port. Big, hew, luxurious steamers specially built for tropical travel. Outside rooms and private baths. ai.Il.v t raise every Wednesday front Ntn Tori:, ai.HI. 3. Day Cral.e nrry flalurdar from Net.' York, alio. ,1am. lea only and bark, aHS.no. Connections for Paclflo Coast point, Central and South America. si'.nii rim noOKLrrr. From Pier 18. K. H. (Foot Fulton St.) UNITED FRUIT COMPANY STEAMSHIP SERVICE IT Flattery PI. Tel. loit Hector. New York Or any tourist or ateatnshlit agenoy. BERMUDA All Kapense Tour from S Daya 117.10 Up. Sailings every a pays In connection with Ciifbee S. H. Co. Tickets InlerchanCcable. CUBA, JAMAICA, . PANAMA CANAL And Other West India Ports. Srnil for Illustrated Literature, Thi Rtyil Mill Stum Paokat Ct. SANUKKSON SON, lien. Agts., U Mate St.. OH ANY S. 8. TICKlTr AOT. FRENCH LINE Compafnie Gentnls rranutltiv- Direct Line to Havre-Paris (France). Nailing Every Thursday, to A. III. rrom Pier 67, North rtlci. root West 18thSt. (France (new), Oct. SlltFranre (new), Nov. 31 im rrnrence., .Nov. 7 "lATouraina .Nov.; 1 A lirralne. Nov. lllLa Savolc. ,. Dec. a Tnln Screw Hlnirs. mu.vlruple Scrw Stcamir Or:Ni:itAt. AIIP.NUV, It Slate Slreot. f.'. V, OLD DOMINION LINE DAILY SERVICE. Far ntd P.I.I tTnmfart- Norfnltr. P irlans.ntH Ftaser's P.1.1 and N.vnsrt News: Va..- as at.tlng far Petersburg. RlefeaiMd,' Waatf mmi u. cM ana iat eatir aouia ana nstv might sad Paaseagsr Steaaaen s from Plsf SI. N. Ft.. r.nt ml N.rlk Uaar. SL. iverv waa day at s p. u. w. u woonnow. Traflio Mciacer. ' P hv New Consider "tronla." Feb. IBl 71 dai s. Sinn up, Including hoiel.. guides, drives, shore lnps; aiop-overs. iiounu urtu anit dd, Ainuiict lours. V. C, t-IAKh-, Times lUdg., N. Y. AlSTnO-AMEItlllAN LINK. MF.I rTKItriA NKAK.A DR IAT 14'. SAILINtiH IIHNKIIALLY W KIINIlSntTS. Phelps tiros' t o., IT Ilatirry Place. rilUIHK OP WONDC.lt A SUHPIlISIi. SOUTH AMMIIICA, SI DAYS, tM UP. JASlrOltT A HOLT LINK. .101 Pri'diieis i:.tchance. New nri. IIKKMl'UA-4S hours from New York. Pa latlal sieaincrs. A. IS. OUTi:HUUIDC!i; m CO.. Agenl('.!v liroadway. IW4SCH OFFICBS LJ(tm DAIL V it XlJSDA r ti i; fcAiACi AUVHHTISBMBSTS ami sitscr-' whtrt f.rais are lesmeJ(oei tAarged at mala eiffc. Nw fork City Wall Street men msr leave subscriptions and advertisement tthtWallStretlafflce.HBroad Street. Telephone Xtoo nreUmin. INI Mroad way, star 17 th Street. '.'! Wstl 13410 Street. Broklnl0t tlrutiltoa Street, near Court b treat. Newark,- N. J. Frederick "N. 'Sommer, Uroad3t. Telephone M0 Utrket. Bastaa. Mass. Room M Olohe Building washlton SUe.l-T. P. Harriioo. Chlcio, 1II.-SW sieger Bglktlar-Ch.' P. KnilL Atlaalle City, N. J.-Wil(er B. Mge. London, Kngland-Dorlaad Special A(ency, 3 Ilegeot Street. HAMBURG- LINE W . j .h BIIOADWA V. N. T. M V. I'llone. I1W) Il-Jtyr FL''' 1, 33teBagmaa43jsl