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THE' SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913. CFTY BANK DENIES IT VIOLATED THE LAW Pays Hoporfc It. Made a I.onn of $14, 000,000 Is Abso lutely Fnlsc. ISSUES FORMAL REPLY Merely Formed Syndicate to Finnnco Chicago Rail road Mcrper. C'jj Tlio Niititinnl City Hank natty denied yesterday the eliunsc aaltl by .luhn Hkcl ton Williams, Assistant rSecretnry at tho Treasury, to have been made to tho Tn-ns-toy Department, that It had lent $44, 000,000 throiiRh l'rcsldent Vanderllp and Vice-President Mtlloberts to Henry A. Blair and Kamticl lnsull of ChltaBo. A loan of this slitc would bo In violation of th9 law that a national bank may not make a loan greater than 10 per cent, of Its capital and surplus. Tho National City Hank Issued this state ment In reply : "An artlclo appeared In n New York paper reportliiR that Assistant Secretary :Vllllam bad said that the Department 'wis Investigating a eliarse to the effect 'that the National City Hani: of New Tork advanced $14,000,000 to Messrs. Henry A. Watr and Samuel lnsull In connection with the tlnanr.liitr of the merger of the elevated 'railroads In Chi cago and that the Tieasury De partment was making an Investigation of 'this loan, ns tt was In excess of tho vroount the bank could legally loan to ftwo Individuals. The statement that the bank made ny such loan Is absolutely untrue, and 'we are reliably Informed that no such 'loan ever existed. 'The bank formed n syndicate which purchased $30,000,000 three year .1 per cent, notes from the Chicago Elevated Hallways collateral trust and acted as syndicate managers for the syndicate that Required tho pattlclpatlng certificates of the collateral trust. "The bank had no financial Interest In the syndicate that acquired the certifi cates nnd had no interest In the note nyndlcate In exces of the amount It was authorized by law to take. "If the Department la Investigating the charge It must be directing the Inquiry elsewhere, us no request for the facts has been made of the bank." The participating Interest of the Na tional City Hank In the syndicate that underwrote the $3O,0u0.0OU notes was approximately $1,000,000. This was the total extent of Its liability In the trans nctlon, as compared with the sensational chaise made public by the Treasury De partment that the liank had lent $40, 000,000. l'rcsldent Vanderllp. Vice-President McRoberts and t-ainuel lnsull uf Chicago were the trustees of a collateral trust In the Chicago Elevated Hallways formed to consolidate the elevated Un- r of the city by taking In three other companies. The Jiecessary financing was to lie done through a sale of $30,000,000 notts and 16.000,000 stock. The National City Bank agreed to act ns syndicate managers and formed a syndicate of ten or more members, which underwrote the Issue, tin: National City Hank's participation being the limited one of about $1.0l0,no0. NEW REQUIREMENT FOR BANKS. Mast Tell of IntcrlxirroM Inn In Their Itrpurla. The National City Hank In Its state ment of condition as of August & in nnswer to the call of the Comptroller of the Currency has compllid promptly with the. regulations for tin- new Information nskctl for in the recent call. It has made a new entry, used for the first time, under resources entitled "Securities purchased vlth agreement to sell"$:,0S9, 17.1. :i9," and another under liabilities, "Securities sold with agreement to repurchase $2,013,- . CJO." These new entries are made along the line of the request of the Comptroller for newly listed Information to show the lend ing and borrowing of national banks nmong themselves. Acting Comptroller Kane said in Issuing the call for the new Information that Its object was to seek out banks which were chronic borrowers from those which boi rowed for their legitimate ' needs. Borrowing by Indirect means la : culte generally done by lnterlarjnstitu tlons. One method Is to sell securities ' to a big reserve institution with the prlvl ! lege of repurchase In order to obtain " caah for Immediate use In tho meantlmo and In order not to have such amounts 5 figure on the statement of the banks as borrowings. 'Another method Is to have the directors VI Mil IIIICIIW, ion.n - - n wealth In most cases being much greater tnan inai or mo uaim, ntvc men rediscount with the large reserve Insti tution, the funds being obtained for the use of their bank, which gets the beneHt of tho loan but doeH not have to show a Officers of the National City Bank have long urged mat sucn transactions w re corded so far ns possible under separate heads In their statements by all national banks. They have welcomed the rtew reg ulation of the Comptroller's office on . , , .1... In tho .1 i r.wt Inn nf thp THIS ecurJ un ,v bikv ,.. .... . - - t fullest legitimate publicity of the affairs of national DanKs. RECEIVERS TOR F0RSYTHE. Attnmrya for Ihe Corporation Plnn ttlnar n neornanUatlon. A petition In bankruptcy haa been filed against John Forsythe. ft corporation, dealer In m,n'n and women's furnlsltln; goods, at 27 Went Thirty-third etreet, 24 West Thirty-fourth street and 201 Hroadway. by Rosenberg A Ivla for these creditors: William J. i-onrau m Co. 107: A. a. McBrlde, $202, and B. Abbott, $100. It was alleged that the corporation Is Insolvent and made preferentnl pay ments. Judge Mayer appointed It. W. ft. Brown and William Hlau receivers, with bonds of $25,000, and authorised them to umtlnue business thirty dnys and to Is aue receivers' certificates for $2,r.00. .Inmes N, Rosenherif of counsel for iredltors said that th HiibilltlPH nre St7.",000 nnd assets $M0.(Qn. It Is snld that the trouble is due to heavy expense nt the Thirty-fourth street store nnd the bankruptcy proceedings are taken pre liminary to an expected reorganization. Benjamin G. I'nsltus, attorney for the i orporatlon, is preparing a plan of re organization. Tho business was started by John Korsytho In 1SR4 and wns Incorporated In February, 190H, with capital stock ot SD0O.00O. In March, 1900, an extension was naked for three years on liabilities of $400,000, which was granted by credi tor, and tho business wns carried on under the supervision of three trustees representing the creditors until the ex tension notes were paid. Rankers to Meet on Ana. 33, The date for the conference of bankers at Chicago to discuss tlio currency bill' ha heen tentatively deeiited nn m. wm.. AUEUt 32. Ofllclal nnnounccment I as- pci.u I SUMMISR RESORTS. Ideal Tour ATKOl'JMO MIUS THROUGH NEW ENCLANO'S SCENIC WOXDEnUHD Connecting the Molt Fsmoui Retorts ol merica. The finest hotels the meet magnificent scenery, the best I road, are all Included no thiW rest Interstate lilahway. If bimnil for the llerkshlrea. White Mountain or Maine, 'Ihe Ideal Tour It the Ideal War. The Meal Tour Houte lloek ud map free by mull from AI.MON C. Jt'DD, The KLTO.N, Watcrhury, Cona., or on nppllcntlnn nt 11B0 Itroadnay, New Vorh. TAKE THE IDEAL TOUR IN AUTUM. 'J.0' he hotel will remain open until October auth to arcomtnodate in creasing Fall Touring Patronacr. THK MOUNT WASHINGTON 1 Hretton TlfK .MOUNT P1.HASA.NT ... Jwicds.N.H. CltAWIOlin HOUSi:.. Crawford Notih. N. II l'OI.ANI) SI'MINO UOVSU. U'oland Spring MANSION HOUSi: I .Maine. StAi,!.,.,l:,?H..!iy."A,": )TEi...l'ortland. Me. HSSE! !' 5V,1.vTW (.'TH 'Vcw Castle. N. II. hoti:i, vi:niiii.ii: itoMon, Ma. llHIAHCUrF I.ol)lii:..llrlrcllffManor...Y. IN Till: .MOUNTAINS Ol' HKItKSIIIRE. ON Till'. IDhAI, TOl'K, Hotel Aspinwall Lenox, Massachusetts AI.MON C. Jl'DD, MANAGER. The moat accesslbla Mountain Retort hotel, the centre of motor touring, de llKhtfullysttuatedfore permanent sojourn. Redecorated and tlfty new baths this year. In Annul the Berkshlrra are at their best. Oolf, tennis, rl.tlnr. motoring amid cool. InMforatlnc air at an elevation of 1,500 feet. v UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT In the scnlo Naugatuck Valley, the gateway to the Berkshire, THE ELTON. WATEHDUIIT, CONN. NEW YORK. Lang Island. The Moat Attractive Country Hotel Adjacent to New York City Garden City Hotel GARDEM CITT. LONG ISLAND Improved and Enlarged Capacity Doubled 1912 One of tbe most exclu.lve-rountry hotels In America. A combination of country life and metropolitan hotel luaury seldom found. Ktery outdoor and Indoor amusement. All room with private baih and every modern convenlenep. H miles Irom New York. Frequent elertrle train rrrvlce. 3S minutes to nrn I'cnn Station or Wall sireet Htndieme New a La Carle RrtUurant Tnlslnr and ervlce appealing t. Ihn must exaetlnt. J.J. LANNIN CO., Prop. ".u lasjuonaoie resort ut me ea." Average temperature TO' 5 nour uy train, I hour bj a a ii to. Surf llathlnc. fleet Sea I'lthlna-. lennl. Courts. Outdoor He., taarant, lloatlns and Mailing. Concert t Mercailante'a Wrrhettra. ORIENTAL HOTEL .Vow Optn. Vuroian jlan. Auto roads direct tn hnti entrance. (Jarai and parkin; accommodations. ioskpii p. ;iii:a ics.MKr. Florida Ham frwst Hotel t'o. 'lelep tne 10W) Cone liaull. NEW .IEK8EY. Atlantle City. RALFIGH St. Charles Plare Faces turn main avenues: ocean breeze and view equal to bearh-front hou-cs at about hall the rrlce: Son larce rooms; private batli. run nine Katrr. elevator, etc. Meals and service the best. While tervlce In dining room, bpeelal rate. . II. J. DYNUS. (Tarlboronal) - Slcnbctm ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. JOSIAH WltlTK A SONS COMPANY. Atbury Park. NEW MONTEREY AORTU A8BVRI PARK, N. .1. ronttructed of brick and atone. Hot and cold tea water baths. Superior culalne. White aervlee. Long Distance Trlephonea. Under tb inanaiement ol FRANK F. SHUTE S. O. Dennlt, Att't Manager. if ASUUHY I' A UK hotel list ana new lo-pag W guide book and map tor 1 ot. stamp. MUNl ClI'ALINroiUtATIO.V BUnKAU.MO boardwalu Spring Lake lleaeu. THE BREAKERS SPRING LAKK BEACH. N. J, Directly on the uoean. .Now open. U N. MOSS. CONNECTICUT. RNWItm IIAIX. '"" Feawlek-ea-tke-Sound, Saybreolr, reaa., ODens Season till June 17. Cool, comfortable lamilj note. uui,m. iu,u .iw IK .iiiw.i bath: golf, tennis, battling, boating; children family hotel; all outstde rooms, with or without welcome: rate 113.50 and up jer weak. Send for welcome booklet. II, U. UUAl'MA.l, ITOD, PENNSYLVANIA. Meant Paean. Fa. Mt. PliatinfHouM SW?K,; W. H. A II. 8. l.i:KCIt. Mt. I'ocono, V. CONEY ISLAND AND ROCKAWAY BEACH. TO-DAY STruS. ROHKDAIX AM) JOHW svi.VK.vn;n. I.KAvr. w. 13B ai., :ia anu luaa a. si. w-.T:i8T..:t, I0:4,!:SU and S SO. HATrBKV. 10:11. ll:l&,3:Sand S:48. CONKY ISLAND, 2VO. :00 and 710. ROCKAWAY, UM, l-M, 6:16 and :ll. S. F. STOCK OVERSUBSCRIBED Each Syndicate Member Will del Only 40 Per Cent. Asked For. The oversubscription for the $8, 000,000 Houthern Tactile stock syndicate, headed by Kuhn, !.oeb & Co., wns approximately two and one-half times the amount of the stock to bo offered. In the allotments of stork which were received by the syndicate members yes terday, therefore, memhera received ap proximately only 40 per cent, of the underwriting participation Ihey nsked for. Director of the Southern raclflc met yesterday and declared the reirulnr able October 1 to atock of reoortl Au- i quarterly uwuienq or 1 & per cent., pay rut v, fthB. A Aft lib 1 T.!55tVLT2il''1v,i-'VVi Waterbury. Conn- HOTKI, ASl'lNW AIX 1-ctiox. Mass' JW1INOX HOUSi:. MnncheMcr, Vt' THK CiIIANI.II)i:N....I.Sunnpec rake, N. H. Nl'.W phokii.i: init:sr. iin.iiV. iimi.. v it LThe O UTSIDE Line TO BOSTON (Around Cape Cod) It is wonderfol what this trip does for the man who is working hard in hot weather. Only about 15 hours from port -to port, but , the recuperative effect is amazing. : . f . " . The secret is breathing salt ocean air, the un- y broken night's sleep ' out at sea, the complete t-.r Hudson River by Daylight All Service Dally P.TCept Sunday. Tllreet Hall Connection to all points in the CatskllN, baratocn, the Adlrondacka, the West and North. Music, ltestauram. Sir. "Washington Irving" Tuesdays, Thursdays. Saturday. Star. "HenrJrick Hudson" Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays. Devbrne St.. KM A. M.: W'. Cd St.. v A. M.: w. t:vth .St.. oi'u a. M : Youkrrs. O il A. M landing at West IMInt. Nenbureh. roughkeeptle. Klnoton I'oint, Oatskill, Hudson and Alhsny. All through rail tickets be tween .New York and Albany accepted. Sir. "Robert Fulton" Leaves IVsbrostes St., O W A. If.: W. :d St.. to A. m.: u. uuth St.. ono A. M.; Yonkcrs, 10:.'i A. U for West 1'olnt. Cornnall. Neuburgk and rquchkcrpslc. Hudson River Day Line (AI.HANY DAY LINK.) Iebro.e. St. Pier. N. T. lei. Spring till. Afternoon Boat Steamer "ALBANY" on "Marr Powell" Route Greatly Increased Capacity Tor West I'oint. Ncwburgh. Pough keepslc, Kingston and way landing, lraxes Pesbrimcs St.. V.H P. M.; West d St.. 2 I'. M.: West Hth St.. I l. it.: Yonkcrs. 5:46 I. M. Dally e-i-ept Sunday. Ideal outhif to Wett I'oint. returning by Sir. "KOHEKT H'I.TN," ll.no, or by rnll. II. to. Ctmhrtiblt, Ipeeiy, ElefHt Wit.U NORTH JERSEY COAST RESORTS Its Irsact. IttaryPtrt, Mur, rsiat Ptasttet. etc.. It si Ik Teal Icraw Ftftr (I It SANDY HOOK ROUTE NEW JERSEY CstNTRAL An Ideal way le aee New Verh Marker I... N. V ri.itl, N. loot W. 42d St., Mk S '0. .. 10.30. ni.ill.lt, I.M.I.II.Vlj, l.S.f.l p tn. bun ll) 9 M. 10.00 a.m. I 1.00, J.M, 7.SS (lO.St H. Lang nr.srh only) p.ra, N. Y.. fi'tlO. N. R.. lootCduSi.. k . s to to. 11.00 m.i i.w. i oo. i.s...45.3.4,.ie P m. Sut.V S.30. 10.M S.B. t I.N. 4.N, t tt (l4.lt I-:. Lout Bruch oolr) t.m. Eicil Sept. I. ftrtl if II Mull mi ftfuUr Mm, B4rrip,HtwTtrkttAUaatURIah4,(I.H. Ruad tt ip cia b nucto cia ta Stmia. Imb W, 4M St. . k Mix, 5.11. 7.41 p.m. I Saa. I ..I. Il.4t m.m. CduSt. k dirs. 5.4J, I I0p.ak iSua.t.lt. ll.lt p.tt. SPECIAL NOTICE NO LANDING AT W. 33D ST.' Patron re cautioned to buy ticket OJTLTat IRON miJSMlMlAl t.v.-s wja urriur.a. CONEY ISLAND LKAIIi SMI 1.UIJ1 nai. r.c., t0. :0. 10 SO. 11:90 A. at.: 12:90, 1:15 20, HS. .1:. 4:16. 6:15. 0:30. 7). S:40 P. Ul Ll-iVU PIKR 1, NOHTH RIVER. 0:48. 10 M, tl:lft A. XI.: 12:15, 1:16, 3DO. 2:. I.W, 4:16. 500. 4-00. 8:40, 7:15, :16. 930 P. Si. i.kavi: htki:pi.f.ciiahf. park. . 10:66 A. M.: 12:25. 1:26. 236. 8:10. S'66, iTU, lt, :10, 7:10. 7:60. SSi, .26, 10:40 P. M. Trip marked doe not KO to ISSth St. s...iT.i.Ti.i,.i. I rrom 12lh8t., SO Cents. Bound TrlpTlcketa nom plcr u N a;4CBta Deep Sea Fishing Sir. "T.urui" Dally from I'ler 1, N. K.. ONLY at (90 A. M. ran weekdays, 76 cents. Sunday, 11.00. Rockaway Beach Steamer "GRAND REPUBLIC" I.v. Yoakers. S:S6 A. U.iW. 13)tk St., (:0 A. If.. 1:15 I'. M.: i'ler I, N. R.t 10:20 A. U., J:U P. Ui Rorkaway Beach, U:o, :a P. II. Transfer to air. "Oread RepmBlle." Iloand Trip Tlekstt, KOei Cbfllrea, lao. Sifht-Seeins Yachts IIISURVATION. TOtltTtT at ItAlAJVOI ouaui t MAlAJVOM. Around New York dally from Iv from (Jattanr Mar. 10: A.U..1MP.U. TO SEE TUB OOKAN. Saad Hook Llabtshlp, Port A Quarantine. Lv7dallr lau p, at. Return tM P. M. TL Rread, MI. li'. very aay.io M iini inaan H.m., zsup.ni. vfcii ... AROUND NEW IUK i , naurea relaxation and change from the daily grind. Leave Pier 18, North River, foot of Murray St., at 5 p.m. weekday and Sunday. Due Boston 8 JO next morning. Fare ROD; Inside 2-berth staterooms, f 1.00; 2-berth outside room:, 12.00. Bleetricfanstnlnalderoomii. Tickets and stateroom i at Wharf Offices, at 290 Broadway, alto Tourist and N.Y. Transfer Co. offices. EASTERN S. S. LINES AlLe-WAY-by-WATER lllllPlllllllllllllillllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllll mff'm nTVf" gB Fall River Line Steamers COMMONWEALTH and PRISCILLA Laaye Kaw York. Plar li. North River, foot Fulton St.. s.so P. M. dallr DueTBoaton 8.00 A. M. Heturnlac, leave Uotton, South Station, at 0.00 P.M. Due New York 7.00 A. M. ' Providence Line Steamers PROVIDENCE and PLYMOUTH tiMTe New York. Pier 15, North River, foot of Barclay St.; :00 P. M.. dally, except Sunday. Hue Hot ton 7:15 A. M or s::o A. M. Returning, eve Boston. South Station, at 8:3 1. M., dally, except Saturday. Due New York 7:00 A. M. l.OO nil S3.r Ontilde fltateroom. Inside Rtatereom have Ontalde Ventilation and are always cool and comfortable. Ticket. Stateroom, and information at City Ticket Oftlces, 171 Hroadway. near Cortlaodt Mtreet; alao at N. V. Transfer ORIves, Tourist Oftlce and at Pier. XHE NEW ENGLAND HTKAMSHIP CO. THE HUDSON RIVER 001 OUHHSS RtHNED SURR0UNPIH6S HO CROWDING NEWBURGH 01 (1(1 P0UGHKEEPSIE and RETURN $IUU and RETURN Steamer RENSSEUER I Steamer ADIRONDACK Lett Pltr U. N. R. (Oaaal ttj, a.4 ATM. i Witt 1M it. A. M. ; YMktrs. 10. 00 . A. H. BsttUra ftea tWrsaiau aa IMM Ttojaa, trrltlag at ptr IITn. ft.. t 7 P. M. tetetUtr rot ttreafk to tTkogstta Pt a i r a aMTrey. A l CARTE DINING SERVICE REGULAR NIGHT LINE SERVICE PEIPLE'S UNEtoAlkuy lliitilii VUUCftHIlM ael a W. MOUB kT Ptr tl, N. B. (feet t 0al t), aatly, larhill Ivaaty, it P. M.; W. llttk It. at A48 P. 11. PBOitB BPRINO . Direct connections with Saratoga Springs, Lake Oeorea, Lake Chatn plalo, Adirondack Bummer reaorts, and all pointa. North, East and West. Best Cwltlne, Masic. asjsaa chacksd to destination. Aa teateellas rarrled tt reduced rates. Bieamrr leave dally. I'ler It North Hirer, foot Wett Houston Street. 5 ) I'. M.: Watt lHth ttraet. P. M. Teleplione. BTtS Snrlnr. "The PnbUo Be Pleated." COLONIAL LINE BOSTON i!l KJ,1 $2.65 PROVIDENCES. $1.75 WteUdars aad Sundays at 5:30 p. it. from I'ler M. N,"Tt., foot Wett Houston 81. Berths free, Alt OattM Reamt-riasst HarrtB. Uptown OBoe: Broadway AjM trt. and all Tyson's Ticket Offlce. 'Phone Sprint Ml aad MU. mitm dhI Rank. Ae. Hound trln. ans. r connectloas at all landlnis. - HARTFORD LIHE Tr "a7ui ift fer Sutamtr fotdar. REI RANK LINE j4.NorthU,HWr, 'dalK (JO A. M.. t JO p. M.i llattery, S:M A. M..J:M P.U.I Snadays, leave Pranktln at.. (JO A. U. !.'. ri' sH iiiif. S &S A. M.. M ATM. for TraUe) mm Laast Pier 13. N It. IDaiial at at tW.W MH 1 " .a onstrs. 11.80 A. M. 00 A. M. : Wt ISM nt., le.et A. H.i Dett retaale eo boar at our at Peuftkersst iBra kmrs at ntw e la New York 10 tad pitMSftrt "' i kurib, r turn tog rrts LUNCH ROOM CAFE ORCHESTRA CITIZENS' LINE to Albtar t Troy i, ! .8. t ) P. M.i loaktrs i i r, m. , piwoTirrn at in p. h. : FitUttB kftil. II I. SI. fin h. N. PI.. BunJJj I Itttr. OIAIC UNE Via Real and TrolUy, $2.25 Providence Direct, $1.50 Worcester, $2.40 mnteroiims, (l.OO, (1.511 ami II.ou. Hteel Steanishlps OKOKUIA and TK.VNESSr.n. Pally. Including Knndny. (liSO P. V. From Mar 19, K. 11. I'hoiiv 5700 Moekmtn. City Ticket Olllre. SOB Hroadway. N, T. Uptown Ticket omre. Il'ivuv mid tld St. Write fur Summer Folder. YsMW-rBr(BVVVll lllfiiailfilk-iR WTTnZJM i itTWitin, uuursiriiiuiDiii Piyfwytaijytf BLOCK ISLAND, ORIENT, REENRORT, SHELTER ISLAND AND SAO HARBOR Str. "flhlnnecook" of UouMuk Statmbeat Oe.'a NORTH GERMAN LLOYD Ktsr Wllhelm II A. ae Kronprlni! Wllhelm.. ep. KtontirloiesMn Cecllle. .... .Sept. past Man saiiintT. .... ... n aa a. I U tnt.m.n At. ! Print rrledrlch tVllhelm, . . . Aug. no tllremen direct, 'one cabin III). London Paris Bremen Bsltlmore-ltrfmen direct: one cabin (III; Wednesday.. . Sailing on SATURDAY for THE MEDITERRANEAN Princes Irene Aa. lfl Darbarotsa... Sept. n Through rate from New York to KfyEk 'ndl. Far Est A HOI TM AMERICA, via nUKOI'E. largest, Newest, finest Ships In thll Servlre. AROUND 1111! WORLD CCI B Indepetident Trips. ?01O PANAMA and WERT INDIA CRttMKft Jan.. Feb. aad March, 10 U. In in IB the Karth Uermnn l.lorrt earrled more passengers In every rtass to aad from Port nf New York than any other line OKI.I1ICHS A CO.. OKNKKAL AGi:.T3, & llrosdway. N. Y. CUNARD MOAT FXPF.ninoia roi:t: llIRr.CT VIA FISIKillAltO LONDON PARIS BERLIN VIENNA The fastest steamers In the world. ' MAURETANIA LUSITANIA Oaeenstoon, Fl.hguard. Liverpool. 'Ilturataal""-20 mpanla.l-pi. t7,ls. m. -" i A. M. arnnla. Sent 30Mb m ranipanla,At.g..';,l a.n-.'l HCitanis Sept. 24 aeai.aa LHtltlHIa sept, a "' a A. ns. MauretaRia Carmanla.Sept s.ioa.m. I AM, Maurar al I'aat.lO Carmaola. Oct. 4. id a.m. .V ""' A. M.laniiMnla.Ort 8,1a.m. ioes not can at gueenstown, Fastbound. HED1TEE1ANEAN ADRIATIC SERVICE Calling at Madeira, dlbraltar.' t;rnoa. Naples. TJ!.ffi,fA.r.l.uine: Sailings noon. Sec Itinerary. '".'A -i". "l"' 8 8A.XOXIA.. . Sept. 14 tOmlts Madeira. 'Omits Madeira, Olbrnltur and Oenoa. ROf NO THE WORLD TRIPS 4fia A IIP. f-peclal through rate, to Kgypt. India. China. Japan, Mar.lla, Australia, New Zealand, .South Africa and South America. Independent tours ,n';Vr.J.'Ii,e,C- Se'"' for booklet t unsrd Tours. Ail.TS IOH l'F.MNStl.A AND OIll. ,MllStV!?A' "'APAN AND AISTIIAI.IA. ' '".,oot lth .Sireet. x. It. Ofilces :i State .street, x. y oppoille Hatters. BERMUDA A delightful Ocean Sail of 1,400 miles, and sev eral days on these charm ing Islands. Tickets, in cluding Travel, Hotels, l Carriage Drives, etc., $27.50 ViP Next sailines. Au?. 16. , 20, 27, Sept. 6, 10, 17, 20, 27 THOS. COOK & SON ..24?..PL0,da-- SM rh Avenue. tVI Htlh Ae.. MB1 Itroadway. X. V. VACATION TRIPS ftormuac Go To TrDiprrature Cooler tbanat the lllddle-Atlantlc roast Resorts. Toars Inc. Hotel., Shore Eiror.lnn.. l.nnr.t Kates, lly Twin Seiew . . "UttMl'DIAN," IU.K1N ttms displacement. Fastett, newest and only Steamer landing fiassenger at the dock In Bermuda without raasfer. Sallusgs erery nse day In connection with II. M. S. P. Co. Tickets Interchangeable. Tor full Information apply to A. B. OUTER IIRIDOR l-O.. Agents Ouebee S. S. Co.. Ltd.. JO Broadway. New lark. THOS t'OOK A SON. 34 Sand aONl Broadway. 304 and 5S3 5th Are., X. 1., or any Ticket Agent. FRENCH LINE Comptgnie Generale Transatlantique Direct Line to Havre Paris (France). Departures Every Wednesday, at 10 A, M. From I'ler 17. North lller. foot West 15th St. t France (ner)...Aut. WlfFrance (new) Sept. in La 1 orralne.. . Auir. : tuiSaole. ..Sepl 17 La Provence... .Sept. 3 i'L Provence.. Sept. li Twin Screw Simrs. 'Quadruple Screw Steamer. or.NEKAI. AGENCY. 1 Slate Street. N. V. H.,th aatt m4l. ladudc.1 lo RaBfas, N. a. aa ai. Joka's. S. r.. U tk RED CROSS LINE St sUds ipl.ndlJ srnlt An.t.fj sctsnv ss tsu. Orchnrrt. Stmi 4.I.Vr. I' atOWRIWQ A CO.. ITtlaltrrPlae. W. Y. T,w:tj;(tfaiiq Wm J via so 1. 1 nt.it .s IR.VI k fWl lleiween New 'inr and AUilblin. l i ai.i. i PHELPS BItOS. A CO.. O. A.. 17 Battery PI.. N. Y. iAiaiMiii4i.aamiLtLi Offlce. a -24 State St., N. Y. PARIS-LONIION KOlTI.'linAU. Twin -Screw Salllnts Tuesday, lo ,. M. Potsdam Aug. l(Nuordam,,.Vpl. tNewAmterd'm.'Aur. ISiHsinUtii .spt, Via Boulogne, tf'lymouili 4 Boulogne. CLARK'S ORIENT CRUISE Yf, i!N S. S. "Hotterdasa," 34,1741 Inns, M Pays, 1100 US. FIIANK C. CLA11K. Times llldg., New York. SAVANNAH LINE Low fare, Ineludln" every eipeme, to all point In the Southland. CITT iICICKT OFFICE, SOI 5TB AYK2VUK. AUWI STEAMSHIP LINES. Clyde-Mallory-Wanl-I'nrio lllco Lines. :0 Hroadway, New York. PORTLAND. YOU don't know the enchanting way to Maine unless you go by water. Tbe voyage down tbe won rlerful North Coast ia one of the great short sea-trips of the world. A day and night in the glori ous, clean air will make you over. Tho staterooms, service and cuisine aboard the steel stnamaViina Nnrtli Ton anJ - 1 - - - - - m-n . v. MSSU Old Colony will delight yon. pares lower man by rail. Lets Pltr 19, North Riser, foot ol Wtr. ten St., Tuncliy, Thursday and Stturdsy. round trip, 10. ' J Tickets at Pier ted 890 Broadway, also Tourist td New YockTrsIerCo.oate lhnuhout tb city. Main SutnstMp Lie . I EASTERNS. S. LINES "sMaaawaBatnM Whn"ESTARWAW pim 39 460 N.R. 1 TfT "OLYMPIC t " aaV LONDON-PARIS VI Plymoatfe tThrrboara;- Southampton AUG.23N2o.nSept.l3 OCT. 4 OCT. 25 4ITIII.lt BAIMM.N Oceinlc, Aug. 16 noon, Sept. 6, Sept, 27 Majestic, Aug. 30 noon, Sept. 20, Oct. 11 N, V.- yneenstoivn Liverpool - la noon CELTIC . . Alt. 2t 'BALTIC . Sept. 4 CE0RIC ... . u. ZSiADRIaTIC . .Sept. II Hi. Ion- .'led llerr.mrnn Halt CRETIC ...Sept. 8. non CAN0PIC Sept. 10 American iowM1? N. t'., I'll moiith, Chrrhiiiirs. Southampton NEW YORK. ... Au. 15 1ST. LOUIS Aug ST. PAUL u. JliPHILADEL'A Sept. 6 Atlantic Transport New I ork London Dirert. I'ler Kfc, X. R Min'ha.Auo. U.10.30 A.M.'Mln'ttnk Aut.30 Mln'wttk.Au.23,10:30A.M Mln'psllt. Sto.t Red Star "M'aW X.Y. London -Pari, sla Iioter Antnero FINLAND Auo.16lVADERlAND...As..li KR00NLAND . . Au. 23l LAPLAND Sell" l'.i.senger Dept. l llrn.nlwii.i. x, , LONDON PARIS HAMBURG aiii:kika auc. a i. n a. m. tti'ltmoltiA auk. a.i. i: r.oou PHKS. URANT Aur. 15 11005 IMPERATttlt AUI. UO. KAIS'N ALU. VIC Sept. 3, 19 A U '"ml cabin only, tllambtire direct. tVH. S. I'ENNSTLVANIA and S. S. ritC TOItIA sail from New I'ler. font of :i.1d hu Month llrnoklsn. '.TakeauthM. Perrj. foot of Wbltehall St.. Month Ferry. All other Sailings in this serf Ire from oar Hoboken Piers. FROM BOSTON Cincinnati Autust in t'leiel.ind Sert 1J IITMf sleamrrs o:'tr rictpllmal atevn. nodations in both first end ?ecni caM.'ij. Gibraltar, Naples Genoa '-'All .trainer, of tin. .or Ire lc,te from NEW PIER, ,13d St., South Itrooklyn. TaKs .lth St. Ferrr. S.S. Mnltke (i:.vm Tonsl . Auc. 3. 11 A. V S.S. HarahulK (ll.OOil Tons) Sept. I', Is A Jt Tourist lepi for Trips everywhere. HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 45 Iniiway BreezyBermuda For a Vacation NO HUMIDITY Ife mok No ISesl No Wett Hook yotr passatje by tha "Orotava" The Pepnlar Steamer to Ilermnda lO.ocj Tons DlsDl't. .1,50 Toa Btf 'd All F.pnse Toar J7.iOrp f TV Nest Halllnt sry Anentt IB rirtrfi ln!rcnor.ffog! tstln O. a. a. Co. Write fr Illustrated Hooklet CUBA JAMAICA PANAMA SPKCIAt. SUMMKH KATFS Etcellent Pttienger Aecommoddlon TAiilH.e.MStor.s tterd.alltn( Aui 16 The Roril Mail Stum Pictel Ct. SANUEHION it HON. 4i. Af ts.. Z State St.. N. V.: Thos. Cook A Sod, I4S . rtut nroadwsy. 4 a aaa 5th . Ha I mond A Whlieorab. Ms Sth Ato.. N Y or any steaniaaia Ticket Airst. Panama Low Summer Hate, until Or" ter 1st Steamers eprrl hull! fur tronlesl trni 1 f i lurlH.nlet stlilius Wednesdays and Saturd" I'.Mll.U PR I II tt) 17 llittiT I'l ,.Nr i OLD DOMINION LINE To all fomts .south auu v est. hety Wee kSr l ( P. it. I'ler :'6 Norm Hlvcr. Tel. 3jo Frsnkua. i:t t itMo.ss kVsaaJirsroTSSVli TlnniT.a lk ia1iTiitnsAI LAKE HOPATCONQ SI Every Sunday and Holiday I.v ". thrust s.cr.ai. L,. Jivllui A.e., Jeri.jf Ci, 9.17 a m. MAUCH CHUNK, SI. 50 HZXT SUNDAV 1 lv'. .".l.t J. 'i l.,tttv tt. I u m. I.. Jl lin .41... Jr..y C), t .? n. via New Jersey Central HAND COAL! NO SMOKEI COMFORT! DAYLIGHT TRIPS Long Island Sound NEW LONDON LINE .ftffi. ..V I'ler 40. N. II., ft. Itou.ten St.. mm V " nt i:. 3:d ht . ()3i) A. v.. for New Umilm m wleh, Stoulnmon, Wnlcli Hill Ns rafjss-l 1'ier. I'rovulencc. llnston, Ac. Tolder on tn;ii" City llckei Agent, 171 nroadis. N. t. TOlItS. CALIFORNIA TOURS Including nxchssiy cstietiirs, reet rlui I'lillmans nnd stateroom immmoi..iii n dnyn or lotif'r, enlt g dal'j. ru.t.M. tin itini I II, SIM !irnadM.i, cur. Mniker H N . IVtablMieil MX 'lei. I.W i I1DDD MY tiitl"K. Klr.-Cb ir IAD U ft UAI (Ml iiihviu.I. Send .'or i ' '. MAits'riiiis.ai w.ao.h.si., n. ou SIXTY SUIIUI'.H TWJHS- New Ter it Nsje snsj New rnslsnd. Send for booklets. ItAMIO.NO A WIUTCOUll CO., ::j llh ave., N. Y. I'KOPOSAI.S. SUALtin niDS will be received hy the Hoaid appmalmatrly '.'.'si K, . eaimclty, at the w t,.ile and Sen-en 1-h.inilicrs ot Ashukai; irK-iw In the town of Olhe. Ulster C'ounu, New At the above tmn and time the bid- t-e fiublltly opened and read. Pamphlet ionla ii.ii nformatl.m for bidders olid ruultact diawni" can bo oliutlm-d at Ihe above address by dy inn the sum ot ten dollars illtii foreach rn'nl"'"', Tor (urtlicr narlliulsrs fio Inlonu.umti lur n u- I"S' CIIAItl.KS sritAfSS. Ir--!.tnt. fHAHI.DS X. I'H.UIW U I.. JUIIN I. li.M.VIN. Commissioners l Ihe U sui ol water Supply. JOSEPH P. UORRISSUY, SecreHD.