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THE SUN, MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1918.
SAYS NEW JAIL WAS
CONCEIVED IN GRAFT
Stllzor TnvpsHfrnlnr Finds S.o.il
lnpr Itnniniint nt (Jrcnt
Meadow Prison.
STATE HAS LOST
BuUdlncs Arc Worthless nnil
Should Hp Aliaiidoiit'd,
0. . Itliilir Krpoi-ts.
At.lUNV. April 13. "Oiireleinr!w nnd
prnft" co.'t the State of New Vorl
J.'ino.ono Pi the contnictlnn of liullillnuH
nt the (Jreat Meadow prison nt Com
ptork, YViislilmttnii rntinty, iiccordlnR to
n report tlleil with dm. Stilzcr hy
Oeorpe W. Illake of New York, who nni
recently ilenlKnalcd to tiinke an Investi
gation of the State prisons. Cow Slllzer
deslcnated (oininissloni'r Illake to tin
tlertake thin Inquiry following the n.
rent sh.iheup In the Prison li'piirttnetit,
during which Col. Si olt mm removed
from the ollloe of Superintendent of
rrlpons. The teport Ky:
"A peculiar fea'uro of this ttuatlon Is
that no attempt has len made- to con
oral the wronu. H l so brnzen nnd eon
plriiiiu. tint even the most unob-ervltiK
visitor to the ptisan must notice it. Kor
mote than two years t'i! prlori linlldlnc
Job has been used to lob the State.
"It his hem frequently s.ild that there
Is n tuts m iltn-'. forced for the purpose
of "te.ii i-n tllrt people's money. 1 believe
this Matetnent to he true, because the
dishorn sty of this particular Job h.i
fn lanny r imlllc.itlon. The bills for In
ferior work and for work not done at all
parsed throuuli the hands of the State
Architect, his rpr( '"ntatlvcs at the
primp, the (lmptmller nnd the Superin
tendent of Prisons
"Ml of t'.ioe with the exception of the
Comptroller mut have known that the
tills were dishonest and should not have
been paid. Yet they parsed smoothly
rlotiK and the money found its way Into
the pockets of the contractor. A careful
Invrxtig.ith n inlKht show how much of It
remain. d th re.
"This .Lin only one port of the rlnc. The
other parts were the sub-contrnctors, who
provided what labor and matetlal they
rleased without Iriterfi rene It must be
plain to an thlnklne person that a lone
series of bills, practically all of them dis
honest, could not have p.ied throuuh so
many hands Without detection.
"This project was conceived In craft.
The State paid v.'.non for propirty worth
not moie than JSo.onn. The excuse for
this Initial cr'me was the nllecul need of
a hospital budding In the health irlvltii:
nlr of the Adit. md. ick reitlnn Till" was
a mere subtei fllte. The fai l was that the
owner of this propirty Induced hl politi
cal friend" to hilp him unload It upon the
State at more thnn three times Its value
Then the Lunacy Commission decided It
did not want the propirty. thereby threat
enlnn to deprive tile projeotois of the
scheme of larse graft In the erection of
buildings, and It was decided to ern't a
prison there. Th" prison officials com
placently agreeing, the people wre coz
ened Into believing that this outlay of
money would tie sufficiently productive to
preatly reduce the cot of the m ilnte:i..nc.
of all the prisons of the State and u-mll
have a salutary effe upon the phvloti'
nnd morali of p.-.soners servtn.? tl-
trms nnd upon thi.su Hearing the time
of their discharge.
"The first appropriation was made in
1P00 and was J3.10.iino. The bill provid
ing for this appropriation made it appeal
this sum would be sufficient to complete
th" work, but up to the presint time m iri
than ll.sfln.nn.i has been appropriated ai.d
moie money Is still dftnin.hd. There l
nt present a demand to get Sirifl.n
despite the f.u-t that f TCii.nnn Is "till avail
able of the previous appropriation. I'rotr.
the conception of the scheme until the
present time there dees not seem to have
been any nt'err.pt made to give the people
an honest tetutn for this outlay'1
Mr. Hlako explains that only one wing
of the prison building and n dormitory
hnve been coi pined. The site is lo
cated in n no, nr.ii hasln of quicksand,
the buildings have cracked and the
pipes used In t'.'e, plumbing nro out of
alignment The walls, the report sayn,
nro fragile nnd highly combustible In
places, especially those of this dormi
tories where the guards sleep. In case
of flro escape would bo impossible.
The report suggista the stoppage, of
11 work on the prison, the cancellation
of the contracts and the examination of
the. contractors. o ns to ascertain
whether or not It would be ndvlsnhlo to j
Institute proceedings to prosecute the
pullty contractors or recover some of
ItKIIHMPTION .NOTIf'K.
Notice to Bondholders.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
FIRE CLAIMS BONDS
All holfl.'rs nt bonds of the rrrllnry of Hun-Mi.
ImukI undtr nuttiorhv .if mi Art nf riinctrn.i.f tl'c
I nltrit Mntrs nt nuTli.i i niltlcii n ci to Py
In i'nrt .luilirnunt Itenitrml I inter nn Aci of the
IfClslatltc Aksemt.ij ,,t , ivrrlmri of lnll
or 1-roprrtj lioiroj,,! r, SuppieMliiK the Mil-
b!S8.ii5i"" I" ""J"' 1 ""!'!" I" l-U'liti-iii Hun.
red and . Ninety -nlni anilMiiet.ru Hundred, anil
Authorllni; tin- 'lerrliury nf lln t su,;
Bonds for ir.e pa nt ni the Heinnlnliii: i Inlu t-
approved Janunrj ja, iwii. K.c ,pr,.,. nmir,,!
accordance with tho upturn n-M-rul tut die
I-rlnclpaliiflloii.il, mi i.l,ired:9s uiStx. both, inclu
sive, and 311 tn 3.'a, i,i,tr. Inclii.lw. atnountlUB to
'iwenty-oluht ThimniJ ImlUrs .Ijs.i.iu (u Jr "
accrued Interest to iu . ;ut.i. n M, biimlanuin.
5T,rr.d '.!?."' "'' naiuliers ItirluvU e, and
Sit to ,l.'(l, 1,1,11; liumtrit iDi-lluHe lllll tie Plld
!'hp."?-f?!c5nn,"Ll i' '" h ?'' I Park Hank In
the tin and Mute n. .Now rh on the nel In-
iuv ' !i,n'n,,0ii,",n'1 V'V wl" "
Bent ' tiereuy called In fur pa
I. I., f ONKI.I.NC,
-v.. ,. Treasurer. Trtrlmry uf Itauall.
Treaaurers (imie. Territory nf Haw Atl
llnnoiilii M uih ;u. im:i
ll!lr.NIIS AMI INTHIIEIir.
tuk mii.mai ki i: ixrt-iiui itAii.nw
AMI I.I IOMI V.NV.
8n Proad St , r mihi;. April a ton
PU TT 1(H Iflh HI (,t I "it' lIlviiii-NI. '
..P1!? 1rl""r (inarierl ilv,i, ml of one and
?"it1.,,L',tr,,' n,,,-.l,l""1 oaipany's Preferred
ail storkhi.ldeisnf nn.nl at i in ,lw, f tins neU
I I' I'dliAHTV. Sr,...
.w York 1 lile In-uranie liimpanr.
AV);L,uJl;!tV,' W'Tu,i'' "n,r" ,hL'
Dated New Yo'.iVVp'r.fs ' W
imiu.na rii'i: mm; (mi Y.
11. Ilnin.lllaj '
f A dividend nf I nNr?.1.r,'i"I,(Vr1lr:'hi;'ri.
declared ,n the i apii.,1 mim k nf thli i nmi.Vm.
ai the clii-e of Ii ,st i . urll siril. IIiki
All iwiiiiiiinl, i'n. M'ir'iiillni; i.ament or
rhai,e of ail... ,h , s,.,-, ..""'"j. J
tkl,.jsl heir. i.r no. lanr limn Ma Kt.lSia
UhuM, i lli:si:iiKi, hei reiary.
Wl ii. i.i s-o i:iii,mi mi i'am
T Itl.lllMt. (DUO,
. , pi ii mil, inn.
At a rieell' c nf Hie I ,,f )r,iir, ,e'
this ila i he ii '..I ii 1 1 i r rl- illvldiml of l
aile Hrcil n -In Ciiiiiiuini im k of I he Ills t,
JUeriaiid I iiiiip.ii, . ,i ni, In M,,, M ,,.
tuilikr. nf re ui I al in clov nf lul icks n
AprU JtdVAl. II. bli'TI'. bciiiurj
the ninripy unlawfully pnld. Th report
rnnllntirKi
"The Ktiite would rmvis money If th
present liullillriKi were dli-nirdrd and the,
work Iw-kiiii nil out iiKiiln tinder the. ron
trnl of linnest and eiiinpetpnt officials.
I This may seem like a drittlo KUKRestlnn,
lull the rust of liivplhR the piesetit prison
lnilldltir". In repair would pay the Interest
on a much liirnor n mount than It would
t.ilie to duplicate them on .mother site,"
While their, nto tioo ivIIh nt tirrat
Meadow only -100 nre occupied. In the
other prlxotiM of thi Stntc two prlnonera
'are often forced to nlcep In one cell lie
' riiKMi- of the lack of room, Alllduvlt.s
$"(00,000 innde l.v two experts who rxntnlned the
(work wore tiled with the report.
ASSOCIATION PLANNED
TO RESIST HIGH TAXES
Ken! Kstiito nnd Other In t ores, s
Issue "Drclnratinn of
Principles."
The Increase In the city's tmdKct from
jns.ooo.nnn in tnoi to nearly koo.ooo.ooo
In IV IS Is the renson for u new organiza
tion soon to bo formed nmoiiK real estate
IntcrestH and taxpayers, tho alms of
which nro outlined In a "declaration of
principles" Just Issued.
The plan Is to Unlit nrolnat over
taxation. It Is hoped that nt least
25,000 real estate, associations, corpora
tion nnd lnrce renl estate ownern, opera
tors nnd brokers will Join In. the move
ment. Some of the men who havenlrcndy
slcned nre William II, i.'hesebrouKh.
Allan Itoblnson, Itobert 12. Hlmon, War
ren t'rulkshank, Kandolph Hurry, Alfred
12, MarlltiK, Joseph 1 liuttenwlesor,
12dKitr A. Tredwell, Iiwrcnco II 1-2111-mati,
Kobert Godot. I2dwnrd I. Devlin,
15. Ay mar Sands nnd William C. Demo
rest. The association nlma to take In
all live IhiiiiuuIis.
Within two weeks a committee will
be fot med on which will be representn- i
tlvrs from each hoioiiRli. The com
mittee will take full chnrKo of carrying
Into effect the "declaration of principles." .
Tart of the declaration follows,
"We !!rim lic'.li'e that overtaxation !s
of essential Inumrtnnce to every citizen
In Its direct relation to the hUh coht of
Ilvltur. overtaxation Is rettected either In'
Increased rents or doim-eiatum of capital
value So far as It causes Increased tents
It Increases the cost of HvltiK to the In
dividual. S far us It depreciates value it
affects th clt.'s borrowing capacity and I
its aiihty to mi..- money by taxation
fur the necessary purposes of govern-,
" 'lie.,, estate w bears o:. per cen, of 1
nil taxes raised f(,r operatitn; the city's i
Kovernmetit. and it has reached the limit ,
of Its liunbn bear Int; power
"In thN critical tlnaticl.il situation we,
demand that the men who shall be placf d 1
In nomination for ottlces entitllnc them to'
membership on the Hoard of Kstlmate and i
Apportionment shall bo of the highest
character and Integrity and possessed of
sucti liu.tuss iiuallllcatlons and iract'.cal
tlnaneUI ability as to tender them cuuble
of handllni; the financial ptoh'.ems which
now face the city. This is not a partisan
or political tnovi ment nnd we shall sup-I
port only .such Individuals us fulfil the
above qualification, and f call upon all
c!t!zti Irrespective of party alllllatlon I
to aid us in ;ic 'iimpllshinK the result "
Actual Site of the
Tower of Babel
From a photograph recently
taken and reproduced by the
Intaglio process.
In Next Sunday's Sun
Gems from the Next
Paris Salon
Photographs of some of the
best works of art just sub
mitted to the Committee.
In Next Sunday's Sun
Solving the New York
Dock Problem
How the Government is test
ing the suction of big ships
in a tank model of the
North River.
In Next Sunday's Sun
Sec'y Garrison and
Admiral Dewey
One discusses the Army
and its needs and the other
the Navy.
In Next Sunday's Sun
" 1 I
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Locked I'll Sl Timet, ItranU.
I'.ae Fisher, a middle aced woman who
holds the record at the Klfth strt polici
stat m for excessive nleohollsm, fom;ht
l'mi. eman M isnusnn when he art'sted1
her at Second street and Second nvenu '
last nlcht. l.Ieut. Quirk said It was th-j
tlflienth time he had booked her. Tra-'
dltlons of the station houre, credit h'r
with elKhty arrests. Other station house.
In n'lchborlnc precincts have housed hr
at tlm's.
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Mlarellaneous.
FAMOI'S WIMiincen Watrr for ni.tney enm
phlnts. V d bill I K. Hi Pink More, rw Yiirk
I'Kdl'OSAI.I.
PltoposM.S Annual estimate i.ir the period
rndlne .1' ne U). lull l.'-hncitlni: (ills anil
drews fnltnus t t- oil. Air ComrresMir
(' III. den nl. MnrlM t'l.clticOII. Statl.n.iry I'lielne
Oil Linniii tl-.e Knslnc on. Tmi.iur I n trine oil.
(ia-r.ncinci'll ( -.roll. I.ntd oil. Ncmtlulil i,u i
i cllim i ii- i.ri ic. black dear drea-c. and ( utile
(IreiM . alil iiropovils will t.e reiellnl nt the
n.tlie nf ice i.e ier.il purciia-lii s orneir, Mnti.iau
( anal I nmniission. Vt Astiltiftnn, I) c . until ii)u
A M l,c i.i lui.l. at whlcll time they utli he
iipe-nsl In imlnic. tor furiilslilni; the al.ni -ir.es-tlnnel
nrtlcle. H anks and General Inf.. rnij.il. ju
lelalln 1 to tl.ls iTreular I N'i TT.o may lir nbtMllfd
frufi thlh n'.tice or the oir'.ccs nf the AssM.tnt
PiiA'haslnr Adults. ;i Mute .Street. New Uuk
LTtJ . OK U .-.linry-i enlral Humllnir. New Orleans.
Iji . anil invi North Tiiliit Mrret. San rraiiclco.
('nl . also (rum the I rnclnier offlres In the
X'llimliu clues .Seattle, Uasii ; Uis r.eclrs. tal ,
llaliininrc. Mil . I'hlla lelpl.la. I'.i . ITit-tnirch. Pa .
II.. Mas . Il'lltlln. .N. , l'le eland. Ohio.
(T'irli.iia'l. oliln. i hluuro. Ill; M Ixiuls. Yfo
lietrnlt. lllcn : .lllwaukee. Ml. , mi Paul, .Minn ,
Chn'.t.vimi.'n. Tenn . Uiul.llle. Kv : Miihlle, Ala .
pnil (lalvf-tnn. 1,'. ( nriinierclal ( lull, Kan.a.
(lty. Mo . i' halt tier nf t nmmercc, Culncj . It,
and rof.uni relai i lu.i. Taennia Wa.h t i
Hiit;(..s. lalur. 1'i.rp. of 1 n.-lnecrs. f h .
(eneral purciia-lnc I'llicir
Sl'.AI.ni IIIDS ntll tie received hy the Hoard ot
Walcr SnpMv. at lis nttlies. seventh floor, icj
Prnadwa . New nrk. tnil. 11 V. M on Ti.r.day.
prll .'ii inii. for i onti.ift in, fur furir.!iinc
rtillM'rin,' ant Installltu U.( KS, Tn' Ml I
T r Hh. h' Kr I Nh. 1 Iri i US and other npparvus
la cale eh ii. I r a..n.' i ai.kill aii'iuln i
At the ahme pi.,,-, and ! e the bid. will be
nulillel' n;ned and tea l Pa pphlets coiualnlnc
Infnrmatl.in fur LI. Plus .md minraci draitlnir.
can he nt.talrud nt u.e ali.n , i.Mre.s In ttepn.lt
Ine Ihe bir:i nf ti'n ilnlla. ijto. to: eali pa'i.ptilet
1 nr fnriliir imrllcul ir. .re Itit-.r i.atlon I.tr
lllddcrs.
rilAlll.i:.S HT'tVSS. President
TH Mil l':( N en mia U'K.
.tiill.V I i. V '. I'
romrr.lsstoners nf ihe II.. i. ! .f W a'er Supply
JO.SI'PH P. M.lilltl' . , . ... I. .
PHOI'flSAI.S fur Ilav. creiisnied .Swlteh Ties
and Wlnitn" Shndes .seal-.l ;iriuMiNils Mill lie
reri-Ued nt ihe oir.ee nf ttir (,'ne: il r-ireh.wln.:
Dttlrer. Isihi. lin ''.mil i ,iii,i, ll..n. ,n.nlmrMn.
! ( .. mull ; ,iu P. m . ii.is :i. pu. it whi.'i tr ie
they win t.e nivned In pnl.lle fur fiituMilnir the
(ihne-" i ntliir.ed nrtlrl s iil.tniis anil t, neral
In for" ,i rli.ri ndnlnii i.i ii.,s Irndir ' ,';i-i
may lie ..iv.lnei) n,,. . idi , ,i,u, e nl the o.i.ivs ..f
ihe A1 tani P in h i.'.n ' .,-iis .1 m.,u. ..inr ,
.New .i il l 1 1 lll ; lni.n .-IT.I ll'lllil n .
New diU'in.. I-i . and .um, , ,.lni t(. .
San I'r'inel. 'ii. . nl .iKi.r.i 1 1 . I s ,.i. :i. . . i
lllllees In ll.e fill., tti! 'i '.. s(-iul ,i.ii
I lllenirii. Ill . M I.i'!'.. M.i . ir'.l walM s'i.11. le.ii.
1". C 111 ii.io. Malnr. ( .ir,.- nf i.nnluitis. i . h. , .
(ieriir.il I' lrih.islni; Dillrer.
SKAMM) PltOPOSAI.S ulll lie receded at the
ofllie nf Ihe ('turililtslo'ier nf l'lill'l,'r.:li.ll. Kills
Ihland. N . II., iiiiiiIi: i.il.s , ,., ,rll ,".
1U1.1. for fiiihWiInc aim ml sippl.es of .i.i.h'.
i lie nut lilmniliiiiiis pod. Ihthiii'. i'.. 1 1 iU-
liiir. nr.e priniin.', rio.. vi i.l.n'.- ami e'it"
inmal. Inrli.itinu n-rili.'. ler piril, ..lars
mi. Il- In U1I. .I A', '.Ml I.I M' i ,..I ..I.
nf liiinilu'railiin, I II. s I !.!!):. N. II.
flOVI'UNOltS IHI V II , Mareh
1013 - Scaled projin-ttls. 1 1 irlp'ieaie, for f' rnlsli.
Pie I i.el. (.asolli.e. -.1 erii mi ,i . I grace a-d
Siran -tlirer tnontlis' 'i' ii a ears ippti r'
uulriil In Dnslern liepn n- '. d 'rl e ir inn
llli'l.il C Jlllv I. I Mil. e 1,1 In re, , .i In re il I
111 A. .'.! . April 1'. 1 !i! I. 1' foie-atlei furnhhed
n. i iipplli niloii u. i llll I vi .'. i.i I l.M V.-il I '(.
I.f.l.At. MHICK'i.
To Till: (M.lKiiS ,lf mi). ,.f I'itA.NK
,S III.At'K. Iiie nf 1 1 . V V. ii-ceaseii p,:1.
auant In Ihe pioilslons nf Mrilmi No nf
the Co.le of (till I ii.i'i'ilnri' nnil of tin nriitr
riiiiite liy the hunosati ' ( nun nf the i nuiiij
nf densstlatr on ihe 2Jih ilej of March. Itilj,
iiolke Is l,ireli iiIi.Ml that I. Arthur lllail.. mil
tient-of-UIn of 1 r-nl lllai-K. I .to of liu.
. V.. derensiil. Intend tn apply ler l.eiius f
Adiidnlsir.itliiu nf Ihe itiioiIk i-hnlt"i. ati.t eiedlts
nf aald ilei eased, iiinlrr the piiivlsliins nt hn (!.
No. '.Wl of the Code nf ( Mi I'rniv.-liire, ln nlij
upon coiiM'tit of the wldim and Hie onl neu-of-hlri.
the prnnlli of the llnnd reiiulred to I.e
rlieu nn suih apt lleatlon shall not eii-eed in lep
the amount of the pl.tlne. nf Hie nrilliors airalnst
the I Male pirseiilid to the Surrni'nte and shall I
not Ik less than J.'imM. pursuant to the notice
required hy slid Mvtlini
And In aeiorilanre ..Ith the rroiKlons nf aal.l
Sei ilon No ;i.n, all pcrso.-.s hiiilm rialms nrnlnst
the said I'lnuli M. Ill.n U. ilei eased, are herehy
noililed in pri'senl tlielr ilali s tn the urroyaie
of the, I'oiinu of llenssi incr. ai ihe Kurroiraii 'a
(iTrc, In ihe Court House in the ( ity of Troy,
.V V on or hefote th- i'l d tiny of May, PJ13,
hated Troj', N V . V ircli .''ilh. ll)l.i,
,. . UTIIL It III.ACK.
Pierre II. Hussill Ut.'r'i, v 1m , v
Ht:iiit((.,yii.', Nout'ics).
MKIIIIAI.I., I'ltAMi A III pursuanre of an
order nf Hon Itoliert l.udloiv Com ler. .1 Surrozaie
of IlieCounl) nf .New ijrs, A'nllielsheri hy uluii
to all nelsons hiiilmr r,iuis ukralMsl I rank A.
I .Merriill.liilenf Ihei mint) of New ork, deu-ased,
' to present the same iih oiiihi ra ihiriof to iho
siiliserltiers lit thrlrpl.ua of l run win In i huilness.
at the ntllees of their uttornejs. roum r,7, ,No I.1A
llioadiiii). Manhattan lloinuidi. I. Tpe rtty ,,f
.Neil York, on or tieforo Hie ih ijy 0f Uitubcr
lint,
i Dated New i otli, Ihe rlh day nf Mareh, 1013.
WW Tim II. MIMtltAl.I..
i Al.lli:i(T K. MIlltllAI.I..
l'.ierutor of the Last Mill nnil 'Jeslament of
Prank A. Mrrrall. ileceared,
. CANNON A CANNON,
i Att)s, for llAreiitms,
la.'i llioaiKa), Manliutlan Porouth, New VorU
Wl
llAMUCUO OEtlMANT.
GEORGE WASHINGTON
NMI.S V-I lllV, Vl'llll, III, II) V. .M.
KAISER WILHELM DER GROSSE
skuh ii I sim, .vi'Kii. aa, io i. n,
LONDON PARIS BREMEN
.. . .T'J t' . S 1 1 1 n k Twin-Screw Silllns
Kaiser Wllhrlm II Anrll ait irosser Kurfiierst April I r.
Kriinprlnr Wllhrlin . . Mni H Itarlmrossa Ulnimen IMr' , ll I
Kroiiirlnessln ei llle. llav l.'l llrrmrn Mar M
I0RTN GERMAN LLOYD
Maiti'lra. (.Ilirnllur
MliDITIiRKANEAN ftyi""" 'B.tyi,,,1
Aljtlrr", .Vilple,, lirnoa
s Imllcnteil on Millltiit llt.
lliruiiKb rales friim en lurk to l.ictpl, Inilla, Far Hast nnil
South America, via Europe iM?ZrlHi?''ttlti
MlltHAV nnil rnl.Alt Itl'.tilo.NS, .tune 111 unit .lull .',
In 1912 the North (Jernian
passenfters in all classes,
Steerage eastbound and
Atlantic service, than
OELRICHS & CO., General ABent,
HAMBURGWAMERICAJJ
LareitSS.Co
CKerOOSnipi
tn the
"WORLD
1.30(3i619
TON 3
inrfa
VACATION CRUISES
.Siirrtal .Summer Itntes
M V 1. 1 to (It KlllCIt 1st.
Jamaica and the
PANAMA CANAL
CUB,, HAYTI. COLOMBIA,
COSTA RICA. NICARAGUA
wi:i:ki.v sui.iNt.s
lly the ne, fast lwlu crcw
tatn.hlps
CARLSCHURZnnd tMII.I..BOAS
and the well known "I'KIN."
Steamers nf et.r
ATLAS SERVICE
1! to 18 Days .. $75.00
25-Day Cruises $115.C0
CL'BA Himnd 7t: nn
JAMAICA inp $75.00
PANAMA CANAL K $1 10.00
i. as i t itt isr in i m:
PANAMA CANAL
llavenn nnrl Jnmaicri
S. S. VICTORIA LUISE
(nrthl.r.in
April 30th
in Pars . and ni
iwur rur ininrri anun
UtMRimr aMPDIPA V
mii,ifwnu-aiiil.llivnil
LINE
fsm ii ran a war
V Mt Hrrt ir
CUNARD
I Jtosr rn'i in run s itnrn:
I initrci ia risiu.t vr.u
; LONDON PARIS tERLIN VIENNA
! Ihe rnste.t .tealnrrs In theMiirld.
IMAURETANIA LUSlTANiA
1 OurriMlntrn. Fliliciinril1 I.Urrnintl
Uiirats.nii April
123
IllUUIWiUIIIO 1
A M
1 'i"ixi" AM .inii .i..i . , l
i i uriiiiiiilii,Mn3 Hi ,M 'ir.inl.i.,1 . j ,
iir.uii.i.Maj m.iu aim naureiania x a m
( uiiip.iiilii.MayU l. M I miip.iiii.i.j - . i m
lux not rail at ijueensinwri I imii
MEUITEBKANCAN-AUKIATiC SERVICl!
i .i lli.it ut Mft.ielra, dlhrailar. i.enoa. Nnpn-.,
1 rlcrle. I'luii.e. sallL'i fs noon fee ItU.ernri
iiA.viMA. Apr : ii:iim. ia :i
(At PillllA. May in SAMiMA. June u
ineiiiil the Wurld trips, 14f Mpirlai llirmi;li
ran . to I'.a pt. Ilnlla, (. lib a. Japan, .Manila, ,i.h
tral.a, New ealunil, houlh Afrlia and fmnh
Ainerlrn Inilepenili nt toiiri la l.'urope.i tc S' lid
for bo l,let I'linarit Touri,
Ai;ei.' for 1'inln.iilar A Oriental S. X Co. In
I'l.l.i'd rstnttb mill ( unada.
.s. limner ( ruUe.. .Nornnr. Ir., Illltl, i
.Inn.- III. ,lu I, . I u ' IN, vug, h. Sept .1.
Piers, foot West t(Mi street, X It. Otltrrs, :( 1
St i.e Mil et, , uppo..te IMlierj ,
Great Western Railway of England
i "i.iu-t-t sa it Ii all teanikhlp9 Ilookleta nf
loun nnd utetul Map of ','rt.u .'nf.na I'liFK.
V KAIHI.K. i.en A.-t . Uil ith nv . .Sew Vorrf
" lli;llMI I1A-I., houra fi .n N. u U
PaM.la e'teatllirs A K (Jl'TIIltllltl Liu K
K O, ARi-nt, ID Itrirulnay
Ml A MILS : I .- V.HI'.IIK an i.i.m:.
1lrei t to nrii. Sueden, lleniunrk.
A 1 JiiliN1' '. ' 's I lu..a.iaj . N. V
! .
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, WLIHII. O IUUHO
iii:si' roit p.i itupi:.
Times tillc.. .New
si'itivi; HKxiins.
SKW JKKSKY.
Atl.intle (
I.
HOTEL
CHELSEA
Atlantic City, N. J.
OecupyUiB ail enilni, lilmk of crean
frnril. U tlio Ia.sluoiiable I l een Hl
diu aeciioii. :ni UiUJiulIci miiIi
p.-iiHto bail, (fiatl ai.fi hi. wuierl in
luelirsl. lUnliiK luill OMiriuoliU k ll.n
oosm anil lyjardwa 1; II Urh-c ,im or
c hMira. H Ulm da, vat, i;rlll, eii 1'iei ch
ihefa. (lulf prtvllwix. Ailtiw intwt
!rail ''' ."'joldet audicnai uiwn iii.est
Own nli the eai. '
.1 It. THOMPSON' A CO.
I HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
So Carolina ave. A heneh, I'rlmle haths. run.
1 nini; nater tu rooms, elevator 10 street level
.Sun Parlor. Capaeltj jrfi, speelal Spilut rale.
Hook el. livn w x- wii 1 1
! WESTMQNT ,l(t Htnietln all, jeaTirntiT
I.W..7n, ... . 'i' ui'ineii, supriiir neat on.
leleiator tu street leiel, i rlu.te lnis. sp,.ims
iS,,;f'. i ?!m, l'""'1!' IM't'lli ni ti.tU
I Sea water Imtlis Cleeirlelij nins.niie. llii:lei
I'lll DI'IIICK KUIIN, Jr Mi'r
, ffllaffl)orouflb-J5lcnl)ci
ATLANTIC CITV, .. J
JOSIAII U'llll'li o: .SON'S COMPANY
( m'm(jN8
CIIAUriT.UIt-Colored, ulsliiw position! ulih
3iuest"irr'n"'i ",l"'r MM'W Alllll,""i
I JAPANIIh'i:, rjperlinred liuller mid TaTet
, Willi position. II, bA'IOW. 3.1U 1' 67itJ Jtl u
Lloyd carried more
First, Second and
westbound North
any other line.
5 Broad wny, NEW YORK
Panama Cruise
Low Summer Rates
You can pro to the
Panama Canal and return
in 17 days at a cost of
$115 and up.
Three whole dajrs at Colon
where our steamer lies a cool,
quiet hotel, ready for your return
at nicht fall.
An unfailing sea breeze,
forced by powerful blowers to
every part of the ship, keeps you
comfortable all the way.
Summer rates in effect May
1 to October 1. Write for
booklet.
2I4)ar CtoIm averr Wadandar from
Ns Yort. 1 0.00 ond up.
24Dr Cruise avarr Saturday rroca
i
rias To'k. JI15 OO and up. .
Jamaica only and back, $75.00 and up.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
ITEAMSllir SERVICE
17 BaHary Placa Til ITOt Rrcnr NEW YORK
Or any Staamabip or TourUl Avancy (46)
Spring Try A C
Tours to 1 EiA.-0
Enjoy the short, bracing trip
down the coast and across the
Gulf to
Galveston
F:..press steamers from New York
every Saturd.i : broad, comfortable
deck; nnd tn.omparablt; servi.e
Tlironch tlcVrts t" nnd from all polni.
as well as vlri'Ie Tour' tickets, (rood
one way Py .ti" ler ni.d une way by
rail. Helpful Inturn .itlon, tU'kets. revr
ntlnns, and l.'ai.llful free copy "AdUI
Xil. on requiM to, u
MALLORY LINE
A.W. Pyc, Passenger Traffic Mgr.
Tier no. North Itlier, New VorU
fi"L 1 a,0r('ada.'or.Uead.St.
Olilcei J ORM "'"fdHa), fur. atlrd .St.
LONUON PARIS -HAMBURG
tritnniitiA .
'I.C'1.N.A1I
H'I,..SM l- V.MA
KAIS'.S Al (i If
April 17. 3 1' .l
A l III U4. 11 A .M
Ai'rll 'O, 1 .". ...
April an. . I' M
'llamtitirc itlrrt
.'nil cnnin mm
FROM BOSTON
C'lnrlnniiti
( IrtelJiid
.1 ne
J ii, e
T llll llill.il I July 1'J
14 Iriel.inii July rvti
Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers.Naples.Genoa
,... Unlike ill.Ino Tons . April lt. lijo A .M
W lliiiiilniiii i.," Im , , Ma 'Jti, li A ,M
On. lis c.ut t ,l:nielr.i ai il .Mifltrs
'lo.iilM Iiept for 'I rips I'er nhere
IIAMMI IK. .1ll. ItlC A 1 l.M:, 4T. II'mot.
CUBA-JAMAICA
.M' iiii:i:( t si iti ii r. hi:i tu:i sax.
1 I .(. l( I ItAi V.M, MSI.S Ill's i.i DlA 11 Al
111 I IT. I ll.S I (I. VMs k'A-.M.M.I.K
M IUMs1lll"A. I'l ItltV."
hii:Aui;ii i.i:ai:.s samiairi
Tt l.snilS AND rillDAVS
KTKAMKlt LI'AMS hi l,roN'
M D.M'MiA- AM) SATCItOAYS
This service In ti.unri'tlon llh the ir.iln sir.
Hee of Thr Cuha Kallio.nl Co Uliue'i Iwiiam
' nnd ."niiilairo i (fords a splendid nppiiitiinlH of
teelnir Cuha when pioeeeillni; to nr leiurnlni:
'run. Jn'inlea and the I'nniu.n Cnnnl jjist II.
ma fro'ii Kiia'Mi.u April nl. Arrlie -.iiitl.iLO
Airll:iih. I'm-fun n. parlii-ul.us nppli in
I lie ( ulm Ititllriiinl ( ii., iJ 11 llllai . Neu v .
ANCHOR LINE
GUSGOW v,,,,, LONDONDERRY
( ale 1. in pill 11 , 1M e , , , s ,
1 oluii.tla , 1 ;'r, u 1 t ii'Mi, 1 , 1.. ,1. .
I'lliM wti.v n-,t, nun n.r,,
MMll.Ml mis, m,-,,) anil iiinnird.
I llllilt I I. iss, Mii'.-.r.n,
Tor I'm nf Tnurs, Hales. . npply
III:Mi'1 .s s itlioTMi'its, 1; m llrnadu.-.)
OLD DOMINION LlbiE
1 .1. t r, n .i 1
for Old Point (milfoil. .irln!K. I mi.mni u.
Pinner's Pnlnl and Newport Neils, a. ro,.
hei'ilnir for ivtrislmrit, likniiiiind W nsliluetnu
11. C. nnd Ihe entire iinulli mid West
( I'relpht nnd Passenner Me.i'eis pall fro'n
I'ler '.'fi, N', II., foot if .North .Moore hi. eieiy
wick day nt a p. .M.
H I VinOIIHOU Tiaele Unnnrer
,1 f in ii .... . i i i mi niu T
IV Mil llll UN IIUI U
I'.elueen Niw lork and Al.dli US. ITALY.
(illlXCi:. AL'urillA. MAIITIIA H XMIINUTON.
, Hay n. June II. July '.'a. KALSI l( 1'ltAN. Jo.
1 M:pll I. ineiil, May il.June'Jl I aura, Allrc, t-
cenilna, Oie.inla. Sailings usually Weil or .s.u.
PIII'I.P.S IIIKW A CO .(, , 17 Pailery Id N
I'AlllM I.HAIMIN tllin'iillllAM,
Twln-herew halllnps Tuesda.)', 1U A, M.
llyiidam. Apr. Ii, Potsdam Apr Sfl
lllotlerdam. Apr. WltNewAiiiaierdamilayO
Via Houloune, tl'li mouth V llouloL'iie.
Oltlir, till li'u, ,. ,
BERMUDA & WEST INDIES
l'or silllntrs nnd rales, etc.. apply
Till: llltVAI. MAIL KIIUM PACkC.T CO.
Sanderson A' .'son, fli n. Aims. :'l rsiiio.St.,
.N. or Any Sieuuivhly ticket Agent.
New
OLYMPIC"
FITTED WITH
DOUBLE SIDES
AND ADDITIONAL
WATERTIGHT
BULKHEADS
EXTENDING FROM THE
BOTTOM to the TOP
OF THE VESSEL
Will Sail from New York
May 3 a.m. May 24
nd Regularly Tberealler
American 'K
I'ljitiniiih f'lierliiiiiru SnnthJitiplnn.
XewYorl. Apr , In A II , Maya, June M
ht Paul. May 10A.M Mayan. June .!
I lillailrlphia Mnv 11. In A M , Jnii ) i
fat. Iaji I. Jim el.i, in ;,t Jj II, Aug s
Atlantic Transport
e lurk l.onitnn Direct Pr. 5H, . It.
Mlnneaiollk Apr in. WA..M.. ilayi;. June U
.Mlninloiil.a Apr t(i. In 30 A M June 7 July s
Mlntit'.iaMa .,a .1 asn A M Mai.lt June:
Mlnrehal.a Mm :i.Pi.3o , M June ;I j , i
Red Star !Ka!!'
. V.- I.findon I'.irls tI.i Diiit Antiierp
yeelnnd... . April in. Maj IT June it
aih rl 'till. .(I .V 3il e ,e li. r H SI
l l.il.and . .April M. .Mai "4. Jnr.e :i
Mpland May :!. Mai Jl June .s
i reie lann, ,'.iy in. ,i i"- 7 .i.v
I row land. V.iy 10.
White Star
Tiers 69 ct 60.
n. n.
rljinoiitli- ( tier Im n tk Senthamptnn.
Ma'iMIc April In. noon, May 10, MayJl
(leeanle April Hi, t.ooT MavlT. June ;
Olympic. Mav .1 "AM Mav :i unell
eir 1 nrk (Jiieensioun l.herpnnl.
Ilaltle. .. Atiril 17. noon. May la. June t:
Aitr'atlc. April :(. noun May?:. June in
t'eltle Maj t. noon May rti. June :a
fedrlr May ne.m. June julyj
4'rnties Ilostnii Meil llerr.itie.in -Itulr.
rat.otilr . April :a. 3 I' M . June 15. July 13
ireue... :ia i. , a m , June : epi. a
I'assenffer Dept., 1 ItrnnduAT, , I,
FRENCH LINE
Compagnie Generate Transatlantiqu:
Dlrret Line to Havre Parts (l'rnnrei
Pipartures i;ery Thursday, 10 A M
rrnm I P r North Idler, foot West Ut
tl'rflnee mein April 17 I.i Iirralne i!ay
'Iji I'rnieitic AprllS( 1 ranee mewl liv i
Iji louralne May 1 "Ui Prmenre .May.
Tutn s.-rplv Slmrs. tOunilrn Mli Spr,ir ijf.irri.r
(Ill.M IIA1. A(Jf0. Hi Slate Street. X V.
People's tjne
ijiiiiiiiiriiii:i,iiiiiii:iiiiil'iiiriiMiii.Mi;lMi,siai,T
CITIZENSLINE
To ALBANY and TROY
One Way .... $1.50
Round Trip . . . 2.50
(Limited 10 daye)
Steamera leave Pier ii, X, B. Cfoot of
Canal St.) dally at 6 P. M ; People'a Lbe
bteamer calltn t at W. 120th St. at V. It,
Splendid Colslne and Mualc.
HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.
pit n:. n it.
Phone Spring MOO
Fall River Line
I.i. I'l. r :.. N, ft. I'lilton at., dally at
iou 1' M Sunnier I'no ami
1'l.MUOL'III. (.reheslra on each
NT.W LONDON Norwich) LINK Via
Neil I niiilotl. I V Pier 411 11 , ft Hous'na
M iieeli days null r, 11 P M Pier 7n. I! It.
fi P Kd St f.JO 1' M Strs, CITY OI
lilHril and 1 lll'STI'lt W CIIAP'N
Nl.W li'AYIlN l.lNi: 11 iter .s. i: it
ft Catharine st , week di)8. : IS !' H. Sir
uu 11 l.n rr.i n
Tlr..is. Ae . nt 171 Prnadnay. Trwtfer
TourHl Ollli es and al Piers
Ihe ".en l.nul.llld Mr, lil.lilpCe,
I Providence Direst S1.50 Worccsier, $2,43
lllll Hie Nl.llelniilll. Ml. nil.
! Mer Ste.ir.ishlp. I OKtil 1 nnd 1 1 NNi:Sr.l.
J niii.i. im luiiiiiu biind.n. (-'hj ' V;.
I ruin n.r n, i n I I imu " -
t lt 'I lekei Oliln , still liroaiUiaj N
1 ploll I Tin e' U'llii' I 'mi' a ' "" ' '
'I lie t mil e He I li'i
COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON
----- $2.50
PROVIDENCE
,$1.60
,..o I..II.I .....i',.eiii.i'.it !' "
turei f lurk and New l.niilanil.
Week ua ". and hun.l.iis a. S M P. M , Iio.n I'l
;. .N. It,, (i)ul Uisllloiisiou .st Perllij Ires
All Ouulde lliioni-lliifst Nerilie.
Uptown Oitli-e. Ilioailiuiy ft .'Jd l
'I 11. 1 1 s ., r'n f'fl anil PI'.!
CAItl
riA nvi a At .Ii (L 5
jtriii i r.i ' " Z
sWlHIliO 1 1 1 11 111 II 1 1 ' , i t
I'ASirit.N Ml-VtiMIII' rOltl'OKl
EUROPE
40 Tour. March to AufUiL
t.ti...i. . r.tii A v.. Si
PANAMA
llooldni'i lly All Lluis
Mend for details
il.UlsTritS.3tU .Will .-...
,Y.
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WHITE STAR
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