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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913.
SAYS STEEL NEVER
ERSOLD A RIVAL
lie Miin'ilnl to Irip Out
i H'tiinr. 1 lYeMiIput
I'lirrcll'i View.
;T'I.n ( ni.'MVs KVIIH:.V( K
,. , . Ili-iinl of rr;iiipiiiPiit
itli I'nivimi Miiuii-
fdPllll'PI'..
. i .Liiiii'" I'.ii ri'll nf 1'nlitnl
S -I I nriiiir.il inn ticti it'll ,vtiii
, linn' i' i'V lit'l'll Mill .1 1 1.1 1 1 u.''
ni'oli lin rtiilliviliv ; 1 1 1 1 1 lli t'lltll
lei pllll'vol It't'l IU'llllt'l
Kn iliiii'v iii which I.uh'Mc--.
. iin- or l h it t lie I ! I ( iii i mi'.)
,('! Iinlli.i'tl llil' pi it'" of n
l .ii.li't' in dim' mil ,i rdiii-
t ,i iiiii'.iiili' i ii-Iiiiiii'i'
i ' r lie lii'w'r lii'.ml of ( it"ti!il
i - 'it'll I'V W illl.lin I. t'me ii
1 ii'ciii I nl ,i itiivlini: nl tin
ni'iiii-until il -An- iiiiKiilnccd
' i in hi I uiiiiiiv ii ii n itnt""
' ' ! Illlll'llt III ill" llllllt din.
i " Mr t uti'y, 11 fin hut in iwi-
i. ' ""li'i'l I oiiinr.it inn, Untitled 1
!'" IIKT (ll til" llO.Mll Of lIllet'ltH.
t . - .not .o'li" hi uiiiKiMiii'iit iindt-ri
nn i mil ( OltlpOlllOI'N lit III, colli-
i.l nut 'ell r.nU in t lit
con in rv
iii mill 1 1 tit t il
i It" in. tiler of ni.'iLini; Mich imi
l ti Mr i'iiii'V mill .IuiIkk
. i ( i.nr'ii.iii of id" lio.titl of iliict'
V I .iii"ll said
I . J ol iluit icxiliittun Mrt wIiimi
t I M' I oilllctll ,1. il pilt'l III 1 1" "Vltlt'llCC
-" .linlit" Cinry or Mr Corcv
l to iii" .iliom it "
' "nv.1 sud Mr S"vratH't, (.oiiti
.... . Si..(. ( 'oriiui.ttion, "slid tlmt
- u iiiucint'iit w.i tiiiide I iy you
i' n i n un in.iiiiil.R'tiiicri that tli'y
n 1 11. -I'll lien1 "
I t til i 'td Mr Corey." t'dcl tin- wit
i iiit I tlitnif;ht Kurovan iniiiiu
'. ir. r- Mild not try to Roll rail hern
. , , I ill" duly of $7 M a ton and the
I' t ( i,,i mi ton-, wit" Ivinn pro-1
. . -..'',( Vf.irly. my itlcii boniK that tlioy i
i I t..r to -tun it war on iw. In this
..'.-- when vindictiv'nt'--i- h ill
,.."1 .i rc-ult i. Rcncrally that wti-
r " lienptHl on thoic sho intluls" in
U" n-wr miitle any arr.iiiuimi'nt
"i to-t iti ptodiic"tt. not to m'II mil
. " i-. 1 1'iintry "
Mr 1 iirr-'ll named vornl of th chief
c mp i it r- of tln Steel Corporation,
nil then in reply to a iiition a-wrtp'l
i it would I. Impoxxilil" for tin- cor
, rnt en to put any of the." competitor
t of Iti4imv w ithout courting flnanci.il
t-'. ''itl" II" lidded.
' I'lie Tinted State Steel Corporation
never tindero!d any competitor in
ier to rinv" him out of bunine or in
r ier to net a desirable cii-tomeraway
I "it hun "
- Wi" mornlni; eon Mr. Farrell
!.. ("d that th" 'I't'tine-rtee Coal and
I n ( ompany at the time it vrns taken
r I'V the Ste Corporation wa not a
inpetiior and that it had eot hi com.
il'V '.'.'l,,V'.ltl to lll.lk" 111" Ti'tjn"tvi
1 ti .uid Iron ( ompanv ,i pavint; com-
ny
Mr l'airell nid that it m. the policy
f hi fonipam to maintain .t,ill" condi-
in th" maiket and thai he con-itl-
- I Hie prici ' hared t'or-leel iiioduet
'" l.nr He -aid a lariie producer
i : 'I -ell cheaper liee.itihe it could keep
i iiVomert- who placed hit; order. When
ii irr.ici w,i in. ide over a Ions period
1 i' rent condition of the market and
i h nc" of 1'h.inno were conideied by
I Ier .Hid th" price determined ac-
1 'l.-'V
H' 'e. ilied that Standattl tee rails
mi oiilv :;n per eein of the nut nut
1 ' - I lie Pcnnvl,niiia 1'ailroad. tor
i 't i-p.ilic the kind ol a rail it
v mil yet them for $3u .V. cent a
i . 1 1 ' i per cent ol the rail pio-
c I Iii'. e lieen ""IIIIIU lor J'- a toll,
i i l there have been fluctuation in
it t"mand"d for th" other TO
( r cm
treat de,il of Mr Kariell's tet-timony
itI.iv afternoon dealt with the eco-
li'imi' advatitane of a coiporation which
I inanv Mlii-uiiane antl covern a wide
terri'on He ieerlbel the bliildiiiR of
'in, I r l where SO.I Kio.'KHI wa e.1-
!d ' make a citv out ol a .-.mil dune.
'i - I "I the ldV.tll of tile Stee
t ..
-'(' 'MtiMli'. cc'tlt'llt bllltlf . Vat"
.' I ' '-en uei 10 make iii" cement
l ' l i - in-., l,a crown Irom Mio.noii
r ' '." iiKi.'mu batrel A plant
i r m: eic'ted in DiiIiiiIi will produce
1 ' a nullum barrel in a year
fOI'RT WON'T LOCK BISHOP UP.
Vlfr ni,., Mini I'niilahni fnr 1l
I'm I ii u llmti ,
"ti , . Mr Miieiill II
' i i .'r h iiliiuiil, .linnet run.
T I' it't' piiril-lieii fur roiitenipt
' .r l 'I il he hl fllllt'tl to lllllkx
' ' "'i her linium ii vear iiMinony.
1 "'I in (billed vestenlay by
' 1 irt .bll ire Pi'inlli'ttiti
' inl''titl thai lie Imil over
r a, 1't.iiiiiPi. the Apppllale Hivi-
"I Iit alimony from l:o,oio a
1 ' niiiiney, .tame V. O-hnrne,
' ' r i.e laid Hpoiit the tuoiipy nhe re
'oiii'llit be exjiecied lo hIhivp
I - " "a iiikiiiv nuts ruliiceil on appeal
' ' 1 i ' ' ilntit i-ald there wa no iieetl of
' ' ' ' in I.iiillnw htrei'i Jail for failure
' ' ' aitllli. becall.e hi. Illterei-I
' I i !nc firm of Ki iIiikiihI ,1 Co
' ''- '.',.n mil and the nhrnnnv can
' ' I b appt'iiiliinf a leci ner Ier
I - ,f . .
I 'iilli iiin 'eft it with i ho ni)i'ne
I t i'i i. i, m Hln'ilii'i- the Slo.fKH, rale
bi'i'.ill In ii payuienl 'H flll
' ' ' ' on the dale uhi'ii the hiillit'l
r ' ( n II liinn titi.etHi
A.VNTE GRAY WILI. STAY ABROAD.
I in hut I'lilli t iiiHii niiil Wife, WniiN
nl n ll'lin,.,,,.,, Uiim'i Hciurii,
hltii ni.riie ofili e heard
tl t Ilia- Unbelt I. I Ihiei, funnel
I in nti'l tin a I.iwmt ami li wile,
di.n liii'iifi nl nolo! Iihh Teiidi'ilfiiti
1 - 1 fin man veai-, will nut return In
1 mrv llil- wi.r
' and hi miii 'hm when Dlairiel
Whiliiian tl r -il -Mil hi- mvf.ii.
' nun I lie '1'einliji Inin alter con
'' ' ' llatli'lii laid been cleaned
M lie learned Unit 4o null his wile
'Hilled as v. Itiifsc I liner prtiinbeil
. 'f on a Mpei llled tlale, In. tend ihe
1 hlup limn llnhokeii
' allmi nii'iilly nlilailied by the
' Mtnrney i eifartlint! tnailer In the
! 1 ei oln are bchewil to have mini'
n in With ihe (l" iiii,ii nf I Unci and
i ' i' iiriilnnv.' llu'lr Kuinpean irln
' ' alinn lei 1 1 di In the I ) i -1 ril
- Ilini in L.'ent'wleliiaiitl ihai ihe
I't l.nnipe Im ihe inc. "nl h.'Ue
e in' hv n isiiim inli'icled
.1 ei illlil V 1 1 fill e U eekllll lo leal II
" lint an inalenal indiii'eineiil
i I 'he iiliinliiii.' cahliil Irom
ti' m I he I Unci .
" 1 Mr- I llnei wen' ii'i'iiili'ii ui
i-jil a inniil h Ut;o,
i
President of Century
EDWARD KELLOGG BAIRD.
The tlrt ineetinc nf the director. of
the Ceutiitv upein Conip.ni wa held
,eterduy aftennmn at the office of
Finch, Coleman A Malnl. .1" Xa.iu
ftrcet I'Mward Kelli.uu ltalrd was
elected president, Utto II K.ibn tlrst
vice-president, Tlnnia" W I'innint
treasuter and Kdwaul It I'lnch nee-
tetnry
ARBITRATOR JANES
PIQUED OVER RECALL
Snvs Hi' ror".n't Think Ho Whs
Trctilctl Fairly by State
Di'piirtiniMit.
WOn.D LIKE TO TALK
Scouts tlic Men That Hp Wa
Prejudiced in Favor of
American Hoad.
Thomas I.. Janes, whom Pre?idnt
Tnft appointed an arbitrator In the dis
pute between the Cnnernnient of Kcua
dor mid the Citiayaipill antl yulto nnil
io.ul, a New .letv corporation, and
oxer wlio-e rrcall by President Wilson
Secretary of State Hryan ba been ohnr
tlinLT In tin' ciH)iiH'r as a defeat for
"dollar diplomacy." anlved home es-,
lerday nn the I'nlted rrmt liner .Mota
pnn. lie wa accompanied by bis family
mid his .ecretaty and seveial frlendi
ijlet them. at the pier.
.Mr. .lane learned of the resignation
nf W T S. Iloyle, for several years hi
chief In the bureau of l.atln American
affair in the State Department, after
he left the ship and he Mild the news
was most depressing. Then h read the
Comhiioimt and l.n I'ottittc's W'ccklu
and other newspaper comment on hla
own affair. He said lie would llk to
talk about the substitute for Secretary
Knox's style of diplomacy which the
niot recent appointment In the Depart-
ment .siiKite.-ted, but that he was llrst of
all an American and didn't want to say
nnytlilnt; which mlKht relied on his own
C!o eminent
"1 have been away more than four
month," In- mid. "and the arbitrator.",
Dr. Alfredo Haipierizo .Moreno and my
self, had not begun to take testimony.
The contract between the railroad and
the flovernment of llcuador, sUned In
1SHT, proliiliil that dispute wele to I re
settled liv nrliitinlinn. the (Jovei nmeut
of Kcuador and the Cnlted States each j
to name a man, I understand my recall j
was due to a sucKesuon mat i migm
have some prejudice In faor of an
American i.illniad.
A similar tmRc,tlon might tie against
my fellow arbitrator. Dr. Moreno, who
I President of the HciMdnr Sennte and
an ambitious candidate for the Presi
dency of the republic.
"I am not all ante that I would have
decided in favor of the railroad. No
hearing were held It has taken alt
tills time to al inline whnt ahould have
Ween firmly Aval in the 1S37 contract
SPUt'lAI, MlUl'KK.
Proper Care of Hair
and Complexion
(The Home Doctor.)
Scalp-cleanliness meana overythliiK
ill growing and proKorvinR beautiful
lut it. b'caiie only from a (.'lean scalp
will healthy hair urnw, My nliani
pooini? with a tfuspoonful of ranthrox
which coMh liitlci ilinsolvrtl in cup
hot Witter, inititactilalt' rlcaiiliiifKS ro
sultn; (InndviilT antl scalp-diBcotnforl
are rumoved inslaiitly, ynnr head feels
Rood, the hair dries iuckly and taken
on a moKt suit Huliltics and lustii! with
out any ti'titlt'iicy to liccoinn Htrcaky,
In iillt! or haivdi.
No woman will lmc cause lo rum.
tiluin of Hhininess or Hallow, nily akin
if, instead of faco liowder, nlu iimos
bpiirinox-loiinn, whlnn, when on, wenm
pari of skin. This wonderful skln-whlictHti-
and roinplexiun-beaiitifier is
easily inade at homo al small cost by
(lisMilvlntc 4 ounces spin max in nint
witi'h haxi'l for hot wilier), then adtlinu
'.' li'U8poonfiils Klyt't'iiii'1. It floes not
show when on, nor dues il rnli tiff as"
easily nn powder, and it keeps Ihe skin
smoiilh and fresh, antl protects it from
cuapping,
iMiiv a
Opera Company
An exoctitlve comniittee of five di
rectors wa If, tril, Tncy weie Kd
wiird K. lUird, utto II 'ahn, Thomiw
V Luniont, lleorBe A McVnenv and
Capt. Philip M l.ydla.
nf the fifteen dlicctor to bo elected
twelve have alre.idv U-cn chofen, of
whom nine are member of the Cltv
Club.
the mean fur nrrlvlnc at a final .ettle
ment. I found that Ihe Government of
( ICciiadtir contended that after our awaid
was made It was .subject to review by
i the court of l-Vuador. All the courts
are iimler the absolute contwil of tin
Government.
I ".lust tt my protests against this,
, made of course In representations to
our State Department, appeared to have
Coward
Shoe
v
Mens English Oxfords
Copied from our friends across
the water. Low heels, wide
shanks, blind eyelets.
A Snappy Shot for Young Men
In all sizes and widths
JAMES S. COWARD NEW YORK1
Mill Ordcn Filled SOLD NOWHERE ELSE Scat Ier CatlltfM
Wherever You
r
HAVE
MORNING SUNDAY
EVENING
WITH YOU
Mail your order NOW, indiating
'I'HK SI ,N, New
Siartinn,.
Vork:
I'm. ci.v. f MOII.M.Mil ,
I III-. SI'.N sii.n v J for..,.
Knelosed find $, .
Name . ..
i
Athlrefs,
Town
(RUBIN AT)
LLORACH
I noU Ier thr rjhm J,!,p
Celebrated Natural
Laxative Water
from Spain.
ipprortV br AradMnr nf
Mdli'lnr. Purl,.
Rcommendrd for consti
pation, dyspfpl, liver
and kidnty complaint;.
Small Quantity (Win-
latiful) aufficci.
IHk VOI'll lnVNII!l4N
uM liv all llnicil-n.
I.l VI ITU HROIHF.RN, X. 1.
Self uttimH for I'. M, anil l 'mi ml a
ptevnlletl PrKldent Wltstm mked for
inv it'Hliiliatlnn, I do not believe Mint
the Mtttte Department had any iIkIiI to i
recall nn appointment made by I'te.il
dent Tafl after I had loft the service
of the I 'lilted Slntf nnvernnienl lull I
fntwaideil my resignation promptly and I
it it-i.i limiie
"M cffortu lo ham the arbitration
pilnolple cairied out and to preienl nn
Inferior court of Kcuador from decidliiK
lltiuatlon to which tilt, Oovrnmen1 of
Kcuador wait a party wrn a posnlbln
Indication of prejudice to aome. hut to
mont peiMona, aa to me. they looked to
be and were meant to be In the Interest
of fair play."
Mr .lanes nald that socially his atay
in (Julto. on the equator om 10,000
feet above the e level, waa very
ideaaant.
The ralltoad, which runa from the
count over the mountains, win largely
financed by tlw (lovernmnnt of Ecuador
and It administration and ,li pay
ment of bond tnterenl, aa wll tu Ihe
railroad' cllm for tlnnia Ke. aHMnc
from a recent revolution, have hroutrnt
about the dls tiled situation which the
State Depat nent lias been concerned
with for the last two or three year.
John Thomas .Smith of A3 Cedar
street, counsel for the railroad, who wai
In Quito waiting for the arbitration
hearing to bealn, returned on the same
ship with Mr. .lanes, having missed the
boat on which he had arranged to sail
from Guayaquil earlier.
PEACE DELEGATES IN CHICAGO.
Met at "tatlna hr llepreaeatatlvra
of the City.
CHior.o, May 1. More than a score of
delegate from (ireat Hrltain, Canada,
Australia and the municipality of (ihent,
who came to till countrv to celebrate the
one iuindrrth anniversary of peace among
Knlih peaklng peoples, arrived inl'hicago
this ufiercoon from Philadelphia
The visitors were greeted at the station
by representatives of the Chicago Associa
tion of Commerce, the Hamilton Club and
the rlty government
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ABOUND THE WORLD C1 O
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Is If IS tke Norta German
Uayal earrleal more paa
araajara In all claawaa.
First, ftaroad tad Mlrcraae
-caatbaauaai aad tv a !
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Columbia, Wnyll, II A M jfMllfuriila. June i, 10 AM
riHSl f'AHI.lf, 7U anil
SKIO.M) TAIIIK. SAO and auward.
TillHli t'l.kss, ana. so.
For Hook of Tour'.. Hates, etc.. Applv
hkm)i;hso. iiiuii iiphs, i;-i nrnaiiav.
EflLI kIKIIll I.IIIIA M. 1,. VllltlUlt t i I
IA SOI llli:it.N llikl'k
lletwern Nev Vnik and ,l.nii:ns. I I'Al V
C.lir.KCK. APSTHIA, 1IAUTIIA 1 ASllIMiTll.N,
June 14. July '.'fl.Sciit 1.1. KAISUIt P X7. JO.
Si:i'H I. mewl. June si. July Hi. Mura, llte, Al-
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T'ltlil.l'S llHll-i A I'D Ii , 17 Hnllerv PI S 1
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For salllngii ami latrv eir,, appli
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ANDKHSON .V SOV, Cen, Kilt, V4 staia SI .
N. V.. or ANY STEAMSHIP TICKKT AOKNf
SAVANNAH LINE
l.oiv farei, IncludtiiR every exppn.i,
to all polnta In Die Southland
.iitvtickkt oFi'ifn. .vli iiTi ,i:mi;
rait Watrn Railway of Englantl
Cannads with all ataamahtus Bcoklats ol
tourl and u as fill Map Grtat Britmfi-Pltl!R.
T. KATEL.EY. dsn. Aft., (01 51 h ar., Htv Hart.
CllRWORIENrCBUISEl
S S. "Ilnllerilani," 'J 1,1711 Inn. 01 Day.. SIDu
up. PltA.NK f. CI.Allli. I'lmei Iildir . .Ve York
S( AMII.NA lAN-AMKItll AN MM;
Ulrset to .ornaj, Mnedeo, lien mark.
A. K. Jtlll.NaO.N ic CO.. Ants.. 1 Itroadviai. Y.
IIAI.I.IIRV MM: To Texas. Soutliurat and
Paclnr Coast points. I'af . lnforinallon, ele., ai
I'ler.Hl.Xorthltlver.anil im or OMHroaduai ,.. Y
TOPaia.
BERMUDA TOURS
I'.'T.SO and up.
FRANK lOI'lllSI III.,
4i30 fianklln .IM llmaduay, .Ve orki
Til
nCRnRlTinat niV peilal Hate
Touri
iiaiKii affia All ItCsOrls
1 In J ilav
trttii. up. Send fi r t'lrruiar in
Mar. ten ill . iliuh St.. . v. I'llr.
I SITUATIONS WANTKII KKM.M.KS.
' I)IIPSSMAKi:it wishes position with a family
mi i,,i uiiiiiiri in, in ill., in n, t inn inn n, iir"IKiie
. rearraniff tnenl nf Imported m.idelH, beat of rrfei
' ence, .New York anil Philadelphia. Only lellrri
i arrrptrd, Dngllsli, Spanish nr I'rrni'h. II, l Imx
127 Sun omre.
; MISS Mr(7lli:tillll, trained nurse. In desirous
' of talllnr for Cnitland hrtmrn U'th and :st nf
Mat, ant) Mould he pleased to Klin her sen Ires
tn return for paasate ripenaes; she run till v.iparlu
of rhaperonc, companion or nursi' lo Ini.illd or
. in a rh 11(1 . Klntlls' nnsAfr lo Mrs. W, 11.
I Sfn.MtillT, IVesitiuiy, l I,
CNIilNKIllt. 3J. Ilrrnaul, II yrnia Willi last
I rariy: IiIbIhh if ftrrniv. l.AHSON, 151 i:.ii
isih at.
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NEXT SAILING TO LONDON-PARIS-HAMBURG
S. S. AMERIKA MAY 22, 10 A. M.
TO THE MEDITERRANEAN
S. S. HAMBURG MAY 20, 9 A. M.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 41-45 Broadway, N. Y.
LONDON- PARIS - HAMBURG
A M Kill K A lh U'J. 10 , SI,
ItPHETOHIA.. .. Mayan. I P. M
IttlM'.N A I'll. Vli: , Mhi 'ill. I P M.
PIIKH. I1IIAM T . , .Ilini- C, UA M,
I'l.K.Vr.l.A.MI June ., II A M
tilil lahln mi l. . (U'lll rail at Ilti'iloitnr
'.Sail from nen iler, foul al .l.ld St., .Mmlti I
llroukhn.
FROM BOSTON
4'lni Innall Junr 7 l int Inntill AnW 12
HhirUirr , .Kmc 2i t Irtrlimtl J -. ' J
l-if- I nr$r stroma r ii, rr rn iunTini m i nrri"
tnmJutt of s tfi both first nrl ttcotnt totun
Gibraltar, Naples, Genoa
Utah aieameri or iitii .erii'e ieae irom
M.W l'll:lt. :i:ltl SI., Smith llronkmi. lak
tlOlli Nl. ferry. I
i. N. Ilamhnru Ml.uui 'l'niii. May 'JO. V M. 1
,S. S. Molt lie 2,:UI I lil.. June .'I. MH . M I
Toiirl'.t Dejit. f.ir l'rli. I tenuherr
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 45 Broadway!
Toiii llil" JltiltN.hhorel iruislima. l.owt l Kim .
ll'TvlnNcre- fi. S. "IIKKlll'lUAX," lll..-.h
Ion illapiatrimnt rirrirlr fan. Irr lr. ten
graph, tuttrarlnn lcnnla.
I'u.teit. nruen hiiiI null str.mier lamlliiKl
?aenaera at the ilork In llermuila llli'iul
riantler.
Halllniea eirr Ate ttava In cuniirrtlnn with
It. M .s P. t'n. TlrketH InteirhaiiKealili
HIIISl lltll'S
To
la Ha hint, .. .. tnon iirltcnuul rruiveol ir,ii(
unit' Mnmilllrent Mrciiery (iut of t an mi.
.Ntirlhuinlii'rlaiiil Stiall, tinlf anil ItHer .St. I.a
rrnte ami fnr-f.inirtl Hitsuen.iT lllirr.
"rrlnld.nt" from .Nen ork Julv tli anil lth.
Aii(riiH2niliiil lth. Prom gut.bec.liiU llthanil 1
2Mh. Auiruvl Mh antl 22nd. .
I'or full Informallon opply to A. K. Ol ll.ll
ItltllMli: (1 Attat. Unebei' s.
Ltd.. 311 Mroailnay. ew lurk. mils. I'lHlk
A Sll. 34.1 anil 3IIN1 IlroadMUj. 'Jill .ind
S&: 5thAe., N. ..iir.niT Tli.krl crnt. ,
See 'Something New This Year.
VWtapailof the ruun'rv the average tourlt 1
never wi Ite.i nieei runirriiliil petHilt
enJo prrfei-t innil .Hid tomfoi irttile lietls on tti
BLACK DIAMOND LINE
2 $60.00 Including
Weeks up j Meals and Berth.
from Montreal to Si. Jnhn'i, Nenfounillaiiil I
ralllnir at tjuel ee. riiarlotteton and Sidney .
1 rile tot uooKiet. itncr, i,uir anu nen, in i i
UeMii.i. ti P . Hi I) .si Jiiini v St.. Montu al
"FRENCH LINE
Compagnie Generate Transatlantique
Direct IJoe to Havre Pari (Prance
Peparturea t'.iery Thur-ttiv, til A. U.
Prnm Pier H Vnrth River, foot Weal ISt'.i St,
ta Proranca liar 22lLa Provence ...June f
I Lnrralna. ... Mar 2fllI.a Lorraine . . . June 1
tFranoa tnewi.... June MtFranoa (newi...Jiinc
Twin Serew Slmm. tQuatlruple Serew staamcr. i
iil.M.hAI. AOPM'V, 1 state Street, N. V.
Panama
i.nw snimmer nates. May to ,
(It'tober. Steamers sreriall.
hull! for trolilt'Al traiel. Sctm '
fnr tioolilt't. Sallhira U'etliii'sitays and Saturtlai I
I'M mil FHfl r I'".. I" liatterv PI . New i ort. 1
PEOPLE'S and
Pier 32, N.
To Vacation
Resorts
The Hudson River Day Line
is the ideal route to the Cats
kills. Saratoga, Lake George,
Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence
River and other delightful sum
mer places.
New Steamer
"Washington Irving"
the "Ploallnc Arl llallery" now In toiii
mission ullli bin, steel sicimeis "Hen
ilrli k Hudson," "Hiilierl Pulton" and
"Altianj."
Nnet lal llet oration lai I rip In
klniiston Point anil r.'lurn nn
steamer "naahlnEtnn irihiK"
and "llendrlt k lluil.no. "
Stean.ir !!. i'0"'ll. lieiMcen Klnt
tun and .New Yuri, t'eelns Tnesda),
May :'7.
. I.HAN-V DAY tlM' STC.VMr.llS
DAILY except Sunday, hair lifshriisses
St. S'W A. M , W 47nd SI,. II.IHI A M.
W. ISlMh St.. tl'.V A M.. KindliiK al
Yonknra, West Point, .NevNliuruli. Puiiuli.
krrpsle. KIiikMou I'nlnl. Oitsklll, Hud
son and Alliani Dlrei'l rail icmni't'
Hons. Muilc llesiniirani, All llirnuuli
rail llrUfts hftween .New link anil
Alh'iny ni'iepied,
Hudson River
Day Line
Deabroisea Street Pier, N. Y.
j
1
ii Hound irlp.ai.ti.iiirj'l in
Da) Mil.. Iiii'iuols
SSp
n St .', i'iW'-2-il
IM'.M.
IV .L , "Mohanl..' 'Ihi'u'lli
IBbbW' llaiieairr I'hri m'tl in
Lie. Dally 11. l . Ilausioii.!
.t i ii t . ri. ii . i no .it .,
w U'liih si. o.i. r. m .
i Flflxafiiill
ran
7
CUNARD
! most r.xrr.iniioi'N itntTr.
miti-n via pisnci'Min
LONDON PARIS MERLIN VIENNA
liir fti(9t leiiiiprs In lhnorld
MAURETANIA LUSITANIA
Oiii'riKltm ii. Plilituaril. I.lferpool
'Uaiiratltlll Mayai rarnianta, Jun.2,t0a.m.
miureianii x A m uaMratjnla uy '
nriiniiilii.. Mm .ii.iiii in malllOHIlia I A.M.
urniiln. Juiit' 7 iiiii in Campania, July J.ln.in
'Maiiratinil lw 11 l'ri.nln..iuly ll). ni.i iii.
rnaureiania 1A M uaiirfltan a,u,2a
liiiianl:i,.iuiiiii,i.i m mdUIOldllia 1AM.
"lines fmt ran al i;iiren,tiivii, Kaathr4intl
MEDITERRANEAN ADRIATIC SElVICt
t lllti IT nt Madelia. tiltirallat, fienoa, .'aple.
'I rli fcte, riunie Salllnga noon, tiee llhierary.
IVI'ltMA, May 'Jl PA.NNOMX. .Iline'JI
S1MIMA, June 12 CAItl'ATHIA. July J
Pound tlii World trips, I4UV Special throutti
rilf lo t ll pi. India, l hlna. Japan, KUuilll, Aim
tralla, Na Zealand. South Africa nnd Mouth
America. Iiidrnemletit touta In Kurope. etc. Send
foi boi'Ulet Citnard Tours
Aieina for Peulnaiilar ik Oriental S. N. Co, lu
t'ulirtl Slatea and Canada.
Mummer Crutxet. .Norway, etc.. Itflfl.
Iintri and Itinerary mi Appltrarinn
Plets, foot Wesl Hlli Slreal, N rt. omc 24
Itate street X .. oppoille liattery.
England, France
Switzerland, Italian Lakes,
Northern Italy, Germany,
Rhine, Netherlands. Sailing
June 28th.
A!o other Ktirnpean
ami American Tours.
.Utiy tf tend yun it intra riot?
Rayrooad A Whltcomb Co.
JJR Fifth Ave.. New Vork.
Berth aa tn!. InrluilMl.
Snecud KltM lat ally n.I
Juae. Vatha
RED CROSS LINE
Ttit rntttt aov.l. bMuHful ml
lithtlvl K4Unii rrulH l.o.a
Nt Yaiki TljiM.f attlai,.llm Balatla. aa it.
Jaka's, fawlaaa4laai. ,
SPLENDID PltHINtriMD MUNTWI.
Ni ireciailr butlMaafir ttaaaif km "aiaakaaa" aa
"PlaeUal. . he rati awdtia 6nct l.r utrtr aaal cam.
art. WaatWtul K.H la laralav Amnlcai aMli
cultlaeiOKhaatra. Eaatpam. araalaH.f iVifsaakm.
Mo b.i.1 btu. aa tnaafan. Sas4 an ht iMllit 4S
BOWRINO ak CO 17 kUttary PkM N. y.
Of feat tautst aaaat.
OLD DOMINION LINE
DAILY SLRVICK
for Old Point Cemtort. .Norfollc. Portamsutli.
Pinner's Point aad Newport News, Va.. con
perttnc for I'eteraburt. Klckmoad. Wasktngton
1). C. and the t nitre South and West.
FrelKht and 1'aat.enger Steamers sail from
Tier 2a, .V. R.. foot if North kloora St., r,ry
week day al 3 P. It.
IV I., woonnnrv Tr-Tie Manlier.
CITIZENS' LINES
TO ALBANY and TROY
0n Way, $1.50 Raturn Fara, $2.60 '.'CiY
New Steamer BERKSHIRE, the largest
and most palatial river steamer afloat,
will be in commission May 22nd.
Service (te luxe. Dinins rvice n l.t enrtc. .Music.
Steamers leave Pier ,J, N. H. (foot of Canal St.),
il.nlv at (i p. tn., Citizens' Line bte.imer callinR at
W. 129th St. at o..?0 p. m.. People's Line at V . U'Jth
St. at ft;4S p. in.
Sunday tlay trips to PouRhlccpsic and Al
bany and Troy and intermediate landing.
I'areto PougtiUeepsie and return, same day, fl.
HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.
R.
Phone Spring 9400
Fall River Line
l.i. Pier l-J. N. It., fl. Pulton St. .In 11 al
i.Mi P M Steamers PUOVItiP.N'Pi: antl
Pl.Y.MOt'lir Orrhtstrn on each
Ni:W LONDON (Norwich) LINK Via
New IjiihIoii Ia Pier 40. N II , fi Housltm
St , weeti days only, a no P. Al Pier 70. P It
ft P. KM St., 10 P. M Sirs. PITY OP
l.tlU lll.l. and PMPSTI'll V C1IAPIN
NKW HAVKN LINK i.v pier a. i: n
ft Cathnrlne SI., week days, 4.1 P M ; ft
CaalKd SI ,:t P M. Sir Itll'IIAltl) ITCh
Tlrlitts, Ac 1 171 ttroadway, Transfer
Tuiiilsl oltlees anil at Pin.
Ihe .New l iiuland Steamship tn.
Pr.videnc. Diriel $1.50 Worcetlir, S2.40
Uatslda staterooms a 1.00.
bterlSteamUlpaliCOntilAandTRNNESSBK
DallT. laclaillBji aaadaj. tiSa P. If.
I rom Pier 19, E. ft. Phone 2700 nsekman.
Clir Tlckat OfTtre. aoo Tlrnadwar. .v. y.
I' p I o w njrketlimie.JVii a and :id St. I
"llie Pulillr lie Ple.is"il."
COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON
i i.i itii.it
mill Hull
$2.65
PROVIDENCE
dim I Sla75
I he null indrieiiilent line iipirallra he
I tnrin.NiH lork and New t.iiKl.ini,.
i Week dais anil SMiidn.vs al .'i..io P. M.. from Plrr
hk.TII. N. P., foot West Houston St llerlhs fr".
All Hillside Itiinnis llnest srrle-.
I iuiiuii Ofllri" ilroailwai & ..id SI.
Phillies Sprlnie J 1 1)1 anil uln.'
Portland, Me.
AII-th-Way
y-WaUr
m mm: sri'i mxhi p mm: siennshipi
N'n. I, AND .llld NO. STAIt I. if Pier 1 1,
i it fo.ii Muir.iyS .'i P Tuea. Tluirn.
lint Ml- A ilellKlltflll mile. V'S.hmir
I i ui Iii tli. CITY IIUAI'T'IM I.
ms'lKKN STKAHMIII' t llllPOHAIION.
" Sight-Seeing Yacht
llhaerialliin Around .Munlian-ii ' 'un2'Hftr'
jliucr" Plir. im.H. ! Tel. Broad lift.

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