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THE SDN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, MM.
AMBROSE CHANNEL GETS LAST TOUCHES ' ' Knjrlnwrn Are Trimminir the , Ragged Edges of the Re maining ShoaU. PERFECTLY SAFE -.. m (y . . -"nj rcn i v-inrrm r airway at Low Tide Makes Risk Negligible. Ambrose Channel, which waa begun twelve years ago. la finished at last, bar ring a little trimming on the edges, a teak that will occupy the englnoers of the Harbor Line yoard not more than a cou ple of months. It was said yesterday at the office of Col. R. W. ltoessler, who baa thahfy of the work, that the cost of creat ing the great fairway will be about II. IOO.0M, Including the price of building four big dtedges, for which the-Government paid about Il,4ti0,000. These dredges are an asset equivalent even now to al most the momy oald for them, so the actual cost of making the channel may b, regarded aa about I4.000.o00. Rlilpplna men of the port look upon this as money well expended, aa It would have been Impossible without the Ambrose Channel for the mighty liners of recent years to reach and leave port safdy through the dangerous and tortuous main ghip channel, formerly used, even though that channel had been dredaed to greater depth than Ihe Ambrose. Constant llrrdalng la Plan. The completion of the work of dredging do. i nut 'nan that the ihannd will he lift to Itself. Una dredge will be con tanH) no the Job of keeping the shoals jia-rd down. Hy renting one of Its dr. data to Hostoti anil one to Pollock Hip the New York Harbor Line Hoard has been putting money to Its account In the Treasury. It I? a mere matter nf tratte fenlng credits. The 13.000 a month that Boston and pollock Rip each pay l cred ited to the Ambrose Channel appropria tion. Thl" will help the hoard here to maintain the Ambrose Channel without ml'ina for very much more money from the Government, The engineers sold one of the dredges to Philadelphia, that Is to th" Government engineers In charge of the fairways leading to that port, fur IMO.OOO. This, with other credits, gives the New York harbor engine ra a balance of about IJno.OdO In the Treasury. The Ainbiofe Channel waa formally opened in 1!n7. when Its was dredged to depth of forty feet at mean, low water end to a width of 1,000 fact. The Cu narilri Lusitania. then the biggest ship in commission, finished the maiden trip to this port by coming through the Incom pleted waterway, and subsequently It was used for a long time by big liners only. Later It was thrown open to craft of all kind At present the channel is a little more than seven mllee long, ;.non feet wide, with a depth at mcMn low water Of forty feet, or several feet deeper than the draught of the biggest liner coming Into this port. The channel le not straight, hut the two ollght curves, with aliout i mile be tween them, are very eaally followed. Tha pilots have little trouble getting In nd out of the harbor at night aa there are eighteen brightly lighted buoya to guide them, eight on each aide of the channel Rut they have demanded more channel marks, and later ran and nun buoys, un'.lghted, will be placed between the lighted buoys. With the ships' search lights It will make the navigation of the channel a bit easier in misty weather Kfter dark. Shoals Are- Inslsralflcaal. No navigator will be a bit disturbed because the channel Is not quite finished, a the shoal places are less than thirty feat In width and are on the very verges of the channel In some spots the shoals extend from the channel edges only about alx inches, and even the most marvellous of pilots never sails so close to a bank. "All that we are doing now," said one of the engineers in charge of the work. "Is merely straightening the ragged edges of the channel. This is a difficult piece of work, us we do it by buoy lines alone and the buoy shifts considerably. No navigator, no matter how much he knows, will be able to tell that the chan nel la not finished It Is the safest chan nel in the world as It stands, and the steamship with the deepest draught of any that comes Into thlsvport will never touch bottom there unless, perhaps, going out some time in Kebruury, when the barom eter is climbing and there has been a peralstent westerly gale blowing the tide four feet below mean low water. Such conditions arc exceptional, and the pilots and navigators of the big ships will not venture out at low water under the cir cumstances. Kven with a craft of thlrty aeven feet, the greatest that any liner has shown leaving this port, a skipper need have no fear of touching bottom, even If his ship squats a bit going, ss ahlps aometlmea will almost at top speed, although he knows that he should not Oxceed three-quarters." "MISS NICHOLS" SENT TO TOMBS. Woman Acroaed aa Kniheaxlrr I'lrada Mistaken Identity. Mra. Frances Lavy. or Mra. Klizabeth Van B. Nichols, as she Is called hy the ttJZtlL eourt yesterday fo await Identification M Mrs Nkhols. th- erstwhile society leader who la wanted hy the authorltlea of New Hanover county North Carolina, on a charge of embez:.llng 13.434.75 from Mrs Helene E. La Massena of 4014 Spruce atreet. West fhlhtdelphla She waa arrest"! on Saturday night at 4he Hotel Kndlrntt, t-olunibuM avenue and Klghty-flrst street, a-fiere all has been , staving for some tnontn with her son L.. '" toenh Rnaalakv a hrotlier of' iNpencer. .losepn HoaaisKy, a nrotner or, Supreme Court Justice Rosalsky, was re- talned for the defence and said In court that It was a caae of mistaken Identity. Mrs. Nichols appropriated for her own, sue It I. ..lleaed. money civet, to her to Invest In real ei.tnte In 1912 For the first, few months. Mr. Lg Mawsena maintains, lew months. Mr, t.e .Msena maintains, dividends were returned to her. but they resaed when Mrs Nichols went away, pre- d resaed Bumablv to a aanilarlum. Detective llrown of the Greenwich atreet tatlon, who made the arrest, stated that lie had been on the trail of his prisoner (or two months. He said the description k re1veri tallied with that of Mra. Law nd showed a photograph reactnbllng the ' latter closely. Mrs. Lavy was Identified as Mrs. Nichols on Saturday by John Le Maasena. eon of the woman who chargea the fraud. He followed the woman through seven RtuteK. He aaw her on a bench In Central I 'ark last June, he says, but was not In a posi tion to proceed against her until recently. lira. !. Masaena ! expected to arrive la New York to-day. I'HiLADgLPHiA. Sept. 2s. Mra. Le Mas oena waa not at her home to-night. Her daughter, Mlaa Uwendolen MaHaena, stated that the alleged embenlemrnt would total about tso.ooo "Mrs. Nichols has been for yeara a so- rlety leader In wumiiiKion." sata .miss Le Vasaena. "rlhe whs in the habit ol Klv ng weekly banquets at which wealthy Widows and leading society men would ht pissent. Following the banquets Mocks snd bond Investments would be dlaciisaer) nd Mrs. Nichols would advise her sucstu how to Invest their money. My mother arava her 110.000. The banquets slven by lira. Nichols were known ss the banquets mt ftasncs.' " . . CHINA ART EXHIBIT OPENS. I Porcelain Objects lllaplav rd Free on ' neek of French kip. I The ni t nall.'i i n mi tlM steamship ! France of the French line, lying nt the nf wM Fifteenth atreet, will be opened to the public t'l-mormw BftBTIWOn ,rom 1 lo 6 ! '? ,h !5!P"0,h , , 1. ......... 1 .. i . . .....I t.-., ...... I. I. at ' in ,i Li in ill nun riem ri iiiina nri Object! sent here under the auspices 01 the French Government. The exhibits were arranged In order to give American art connoisseurs an opportunity to Inspect the art of the Sevres worker, which la shown In vAiir aiaiuca in miniature, vaaen, ine daintiest iT t W j piece made of dull porcelain, which re semble innrble statuary. atatuca In miniature, vases, the daintiest No tickets are tiareaanry for the ex- mnita, which Hre on ahow In the art galleries on either side of the upper promenade deck. j i AUSTRIAN POLAR TRIP PLANNED. 1 Kapedltlon t nder Dr. Kaealg to Ki- plore Antarctic. In a letter to Hear Admiral Peary Frof. Kux'-ne i ilierl.uiiiiner of Vienna says an Austrian Antarctic expedition for work from Wcililell Sea soiilli on the Ant arctic continent Ih hctnK arranged. The l. utschland. used by Fllchner's Herman expeilltlon. has been acquired for the purpose, lir. I'. Koenlg, who was on the recent Oer nail expedition and has had experience in the Alps and (liienland. Is ts be the leader. The expedition will use does and the Peary type of aledge. MISSOURI PACIFIC REPORT. t Heaennes From Opera t Inns show 84.2118, ft A I larreasr. Net rrvnuea from rail Operations of llf.4M.IOIi an Increase of 4,ltl,ttt, or 3. per cent, over thiit of the year prc- vioua. are shown In the eotnblttad annual Piporl of the .Missouri 1'actnY Itnlwav and the Ht. Louis. Iron Mountain mid Southern Railway for the year ended on June 3d. The gross Inoom aitinunted In Sl.t(la SOS. an Increase nf IT.WI.IM, or 14 0 4 per cent, over the prec-ding v-ear. Ope rat Ing expenses were Nl.tM.MT. an In crease of . per cent. Surplus, Hfter meeting all expenses, was ll.MI.10t. aa compared with a deficit In 1 P 1 2. "The expectations of a year n " sstd R, F. Rush, president of the Missouri racific, "with respect to the o pe ration! nf the pinpertl'S have been full) realltod, The 'densttv of traffic' IniireSSBd IT.I per cent., compared with the year pre ceding. The annual rOBOtf ShOWS that freight tralnv Increased S,Ml.lOft, or is 7s per cent. Revenue from transporta tion of passengers was tll.OIT.4IO, n in create of ),0I per cent. "Under the terms nf the Iron Mountain first and refunding mortgage the romnsrtv retired dur'ng the year 111,100,000 out standing bonds under Its Improvement mortgage, the bonds bring cancelled, The company also retired 10,100.000 tht-e year notes payable to the Missouri Pacific Railway proper "Block signal profei-tlon was extended over "Sa additional miles of track and telephone train deapatchlng circuits over 901 miles." St. Paat Itoad to Teenr Mtt.WAVKgc, Sept. ! A Honda. refunding mortgage through whl Ii the outstanding bond Issues of the St. 1'aul road amount ing to 1299,364. Tat will be taken up was voted at the annual meeting of utock holdera esterda. The exact manner In which the bonds will be issued will be de termined at the October directors' meet ing in New York. Will Work for Compensation La A campaign to arouse Interest for an amendment to the State Constitution, which will enable the Legislature to pass a compulsory workmen's compensation act will be arranged at a meeting of the New York State workmen'e eompeusatlon com mittee of the National Civic Federation, to-morrow. The amendment will be sub mitted to the people at the November election. 1NSTRI C'TION. FOR GIRL AND VOVNG WOMEN. NEW TORR New Tork dry- Reopens Wednesday October Ut The Veltin School FOR GIRLS GENERAL COURSE AND COLLEGE PREPARATORY PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Number of pupils limited to twelve in each class. Fireproof schoo, ' building thoroughly equipped. 160 AND 162 W. 74th ST.. N. Y. I COanerttncwIth A Including 15 W ;sd It, Hit? Utttt rliool SEVENTEEN BAST SIXTIETH STREba A rttukOr rlaal for tStrls PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE AND HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENTS. COLLEGE PREPARATION. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS. THE FINE ARTS TUITION FROM SITS to $400 PER ANNUM Tha TteeatytoiVaf year arilf ssia en MONDAY. OCTOBER SIXTH THI$CUODEH SCHOOL, INC., filRLS ",'h EfJfJ; TsleatoOO "M' JfJ Day and K ?S2SLA2 V' 1 School, rtor High School and II "'''" ' voeaUon.l snd Bnlshlng eh MfT.ren from others. Inauirc aliut It. TTlK Hltili SCHOOL approved by Kermis Family nf 12 i College. University and Normal graduate ,Mo 1 ii mnasltim, amp Fire UtTit, VIMt the nohool. UYIKIN T. STUDUKH. A. H.. A m PreM -in. TI-L' f.RAHAM SCHOOL 1 JrilHH1 . U RIVEHSIDB DRI B. niear 74th S' I y ' u iith year open Ool 1. Primary t0 po.tjraduste. Ri.la-ni and day nupiif. HOWARD DW1UHT MINER. Principal, MART JitSEI'HINi: WHITE. Ass t rrinclpal, . RirKWARII CHII.nRF.N gaeotalll dertaeil eaiitse Inr oblldren 01 ict.ir,lcl I mental development rloeo psrsoaal siiierylsloa I mental development i loss iwrsoaai suiervipioi J'.,7lo"'i"dy nd nu"'ul MirroundUm- VloVkncK N I4.HTIN4, ALL Hf 'HOOL. 218th St A Hlverdalr Av. Tel 916 hlnrshrldie meCMDI C 241 Mil Pirk OCMrLC Wtti.etr. 84th St. boaidmg nn Day Mbool fur i.irl., Colic Pre , Bf""'r npenni r.a.scs Keopena Oct. 1st I RIVERSIDE SCHOOL MS WK8T KND A , NKAH 10HD ST KUldergarlen. Elementary, High School and Col lege Preparatory Depsrtmenta. Reopena Oct. 1st. 1.KMCKE S Cuoklnc Mhool, laune.tiu .Science: occupying entire building, M Weat U4tli at. Write for booklet. Miss Hangs aad Miss Walton' Stboo Rlrerdale stesse aad Had at.. N Tork FOB BOTH AND VOI'Nt. MEN. WAiHINOTON. O. a NitiMil Cathedral Sehoil fir Bon school A suburban school. 41 acres, Aovsntaiesoi uiei apua. i reparanon tor eolleaeorbuslasss. Plaeallilsilo Osld Blahopot Washlastoa iFslsrepal. Prea. Board Treat sea. CAUIeiue. . Impress, llsaSsasatsr, Bos 130. Mt. Bl. A I Baa. Washlastea. O. L. MVHICAI.. N P. TV VOBK Nrw erk Cllj. HEW YORK COLLEGE OF MUSIC" iaa 1NWTK1 WOW. FOR BOTH IUB VOBK New York Cllr. HAMILTON INNllTt'Tr: I FOR BOYS, 599 West End Ave.' N. Archibald Shaw. .It . Principal, Tel (isoa RlttT. FOR GIRLS, 601 West End Ave. Mr. ft. A. BBS, Jr.. Principal. Tel. ?21 River. Preparation from Primary to College. i Schnls Approved fey N. Y. Stati Rigutt , -,,..... . . I T.i , . . ... , ..ii... ttsaal Inatruil'n In History sad c.eog. 1 Leaaoaa prepared at Bebool. tiimiuilim, Online Classes, Athletic Field. ' PRINCIPAL ARB NOW Al lllli KHOOXl. MISS CHAIRES' SCHOOL ,11 s..i isth Ntreet. Classes for (llrls and Voiins Roy. OPP.I-AIR WORK .4. SPECjAI.FKAll.RK FOR BOVs AND YOIM1 MKN. NFW ORR New leek City. " PRIMARY TO COLLCOt - Berkeley School for Boys VsaaWaaSjPesasrMlee far all CiMlsn UtkL airy resaw. sniat I etasxax HI mart sales asia tsurni ones. Leaser keel eaeae Wedaesoay, waa, 1 aiattrated (Wtaiet as a(M aasllesnsa TtnO St 0 West End Ova Tel. Cslumbus 14lt COLUMBIA GRAMMAR SCHOOL Building new; ablolutel, flrtprool snd Seattle. MR MTRF.FT AMD CENTRAL PARK WI ST. PHKP HIS MORE. WlV.S FOR MORE COL LI:!. Kb AND IN Lrai TIME THAN ANY IITIII R SCHOOL IN MANHATTAN. Plnr lAhoratorle. prl a.y liasecs, atblrtle Held. g mnsMtini. nlnytfrnand. open dally. JfJ iMrrn tear Rmunn ept. 34. HaaanastOrl now a1 school, Tel. :i787 rtlrrslde Ii a Collet ltpmtorj Srhool with trunl Pri marf and Junior und. Mortem ichrwl hulirtlng. Collegiate Qsh aaI r br),, SOUk laJVllUUI lOyf W. TftkM.lbge dts IWtflP nriijii'.MT ana W Ppl A. ft WfctTtM. HsprlsBstef. CVTLER SCHOOL ' No ID Cant jkOiti St. Peopn- w4UMi)yi Octobrr Ut. Ptillnff thlny-rj.i grh iindcr ont rriuiac tnrnt morr lUin wlr hundred pu(ii). Iia been prepared tor eollc fP r 1 -M- i; .. -.o. , i rnWMttt Intermediate, rtrni entor fer-Rriiientii equipped for ln.ii tirtlrn ti tiir mem method.. t)ut!nt ClMMt, GrmO'lftfom, Athletlr Held TRINITY SCHOOL lfttt.141 WataVf WIST HT,. NFW YOHK. FOI'NDKD IsUNI. rrlniary. (.ram mar and Htath Srhoola. Pivpane for an ooutgw A tfr few plareti Mill nprn. IRVING SCHOOL L. II. RAT. .IS WKSJT H4IH MT. Elemenury. Primary, latermedlate Collegiate and tommerlrlal Oepts. No home tiicl for boia under fljteen Mhool now In reiolon. 'i'bone iw Mrhuyler THE CARPENTER SCHOOL FOK Buys. I'subllsued 1000. SIO-SI TtKNT IAD AT, Rafln. Oct. 1st, Prepares for sll Colters and Boarding Schools. Hours to s 30. Outdoor eieiTlte dally. I 30-4 The Brown School of Tutoring Freaterlr I.. Brown. B. 9.. Bead Beater. Mil West 7tth Ht. Phone Col. aaet. Founded ltos. Boarding and nay Srhool. Posi tively only one at a time with a teacher. A Sehool with in Atttiophere of ork ." OROFK pCROOL, bays, tot W, TMh. tel. 744 Col. pioneer srhool for Individual attention; two veara work in one. preparrs for all rvllrfc. Krgent. SI. ANN'S AlaDFMI TOK BOYs. Leilnston Av., 7eih A 77ih Sis. Catalog H. I. NBW rOBK New Terk City. Deaclng Beth lesea. MR. OSCAR DURYEA Announces hla retnrn from Kurope. Tl IT ION I N THE PARISIENNE TANGO HESITATION WALTZ OSTEND ONE STEP MAXIXE, ETC. 47 West 72d Street, 555-557 West 162d Street. rallroom suiir. for Id-ntal. Tel. i" ' 4 nl. AlTl'MN T'l WlNTKR RKaORTO. ,-atr;-- 91 Ideal Tour JTHOUSHO HUES THR0U3H NEW UtUaO'S SCEKIC WONOfRLMO Cenaecliai Ihe Most Famous Resorts si America Autumn Touring Amid Borgtous Scantry 1 It bound for Ibr Uerk.hlrttt. White Mountain or ialne. 1 lie Ideal Tour Is the Idrsl May. The hotels open until Oct. 20 H-iutr to u tintj n'.mp frff u uiaili front ai.mo.n r .11 Dl. Th Kl Tu. Uatorhury. onn or on application ut llftO flroiiWBr, w Vnrk. . IN THE 11 Ol MAINS OP nEBKSHIBE. 41 N THE IDEAL TOt B. Hotel Aspinwall Lenox, Massachusetts AIM ON f . .11 Oil, VI A N AI.KII. The most scceiialble Mountoln Heanrl hotel, ihe centre of motor toiirlt.ff. ilelicht full', si' usted for a permanent solourn. In Auiuiiin the Brrkshtie. a.c at their best, Elcvstlou 1.. 'Oil fret. OPEN UNTIL OCT. 20TH. i Mil: it 8 A MB WANA0BUINT In the scenic N'augatuck Valley, the gate. Sy to Ihe Berkshire.. THE ULTON. WATBnBL'rlV, CONN, Bretton Woods Gorgeous Autumn Scenes. The Great Delights of Out-door life in the Mountains during October. GOLFTENNIS -CLIMBS SADDLK HORSES. Dancini; in the bis BallrOOfTU, THE MOUNT WASHINGTON Open until Oct. 20. WHITE MOUNTAINS, N.H. AIjTI'MN AM, WINTER RRWIRTg. NBW TORR. .Westell ester Ca, GEDNEY FARM HOTEL WHITE PLAINS. N.V. PWiaat ana meet perfectly aajoappaej moarnan netei OPENS OCTOBER EIGHTH and wUI ramaln Area tha year round, readnrted en the American plan, drill Roam a la carte. A toxurloiia home, with ell appoint ments, to meet the requirements of 'eh Individual. 40 minutes from Grand Central Tsrmlnal. Motor bai meets tralae. Boeklst snd terms mailed on request. t. A. RHKRRARD, Pr irtMer. N T. Oltlea. Orand rentrsl Terminal. Teiephene Murray Hill TTJO Lakewoed. LAUREL IN THE PINES LiKEWOOD, NEW JERSEY Will Open October 1st, 1913 A delightful location for Autumn Visiters. F Mires tr.iln service: ninety minutes to New York, two hours to Philadelphia. t.Ol.E. TENNIN. AMEINi. superior roadi and facilities for automobile parties. Pepresentatlve bow In sftendanre. FRANK F. SHUTE, Manager. aVMaatte Ctsy . THE LORAINE it Charles n 100 -rls. fn.tn beach: both plant: sea vatrr ha"i elevator, ie. Open all ear Mpecisl Amer. plan, it: p weekly. Bnoklel. '. R. WAtlNKH. PBMNgTLVAMA. Delaware Hater .p. Delaware Water Gap Two hours from New nrS. See gaaagy a laaur. Mo.ni rncenn. Pa. Mt. eltatant Hiutt. H? W. s. ft IT s. 1 RKCIf, Mi. racoon. Pa THE NEW JERSEY TOUR" Hudson River by Daylight THIIIy Fsrent Siuldsj . 1'lrecl Kail i unnrrtleoa to sll point. In tha aUKlllt, Sarstora. the Adlrondackv. the West and North. Mualc. Has laurant. Sir. "Wtshington Inring" Taesdaya. TharsdsTi, aturda. Str. "Robert Fulton" Mondays. Wedaesdays. Prldaya. S learner leave Deabrosaea St., 40 A. M W, 4M SUA U; W, lth St . P o A M ; Yonkers. :4S A M.. landing at Weal Point. Newburgh, Pough- Wrrp.lr. KlngMon Foil) I . Cstaklll, TIuusob snd Albany. All through rail ticket between New York snd Albany orcpted. Hudson River Day Line I ALBANY DAT I. INF.. B Desbrossee Si. Pier. N. . I Tel. Spring 4141. I Hudson Navigation Co. People's Lin to Altai; ateel siteanaer BKR KOBIRE and C W. MltHHK Irave I'ler N. R. ifool of Canal St .lally Incl'icling Sunday. at 4 P. II : W. Utth St ai 44 V. U. SL'N DAYS Lead at Youkc-j. .Nc burgu and Poilgakot yslc. CITIZENS LINE to Albany & Troy Steel ateamer THO.IA sad RE.NS SELAER Icaic pier . ft. R.. week days at a Y. u . ST. ISd St. at : P. U Ycnkrr at 7 1' II ,i Neburgh at 1J P. U I'oughkrrpsie. it . M. Direct connections on both nf the above line with all rail lines for points .North, ran and West. SUNDAY DAYLIGHT SERVICE INTO. I'LIt I lll.lt NOTICE. Phone OS (Ml Spring. Fall River Line Ly, I'ler 14. N. Ii.. ft. t it It mi HI., ilail WOP, .1 Hteaners COMMO.NWALTIi 4CU PRIiCILl.A. .)rrif'r4 on each. NEW LONDON (Norwich) I INK Via New i .,,,, i M Lv, Pier 40 n h. ft. Hoi:5tri. St.. week dav s onli 0 .4) l U, Mer 70. K. K ft. g. Md Rt ft so p, si-., cm HI" LOWP.LL and rHEBTER .'ItAriN NEW HAVEN LINE, l.v ncr M, B.JL. ft. CSIlMfll e St.. iM-el (lss. : 4A p, M.. Str. RICHARD PECK, Tickets, c. at III Hrna1ay. Transfer TuurlM (Iftre arl 41 Plerr. The New Fnglaud hle.iir.ahlo In ' ProTiainct Oirtet, Jl.bO Wirctilir, S2.4Q BISU room-., r 4.to. SI and SJ.4MI S.ci 1 'tea tii- hlrw PBOBHlA and TKNNE8BBB, nally. Ic' ludlny Bundnv. B::iO P. 11 From Pier 19. B. II. PnoBe :'700 Beekmsn. riiv T'cket (lIBce, Bw Hniadnsv. N V. I IptOWB Ticket Slffior. B'WBy and -M St. .ir.ic IP. iHiirirnirii 1,'iiirr Throssh Tli keta to All rotnin. ' BaftHage Checked to Destination. Automobiles aad boraes at reduced rates. Steamers leave dally, l-ier SB, North Hlvsr, foot West Houston Street. IM H M ; Wssl lilib Street 4 P. M. Telephone me Bprlni. i , "imlcsl VVsy l i I j OLYMMir NEXT SAILING JA MJ' 0CT0BE 72 Noon London Paris VIA Plymouth Cherbourg Southampton White American 1 10 A. M. n. .. Mim t.uth.t in ii in rs Soaigawpioo PHIUOCL'4 . Oct 3 ST. P4UI . . . 0(1. 17 NEW TORK ... Oct. 10 ST. LOUIS . ... On tl Atlantic Transport Ne Tork li.nn I 1 r . I I. N. R, Mln'sslla Oct. 4 10 SO a M Mnsaska 0:1.18 Mlnashshs. Oct 1 1 .8 M Mlnastenka.Oct. 25 D J Ci Horfcl.N.H ica sjiar 10 00 a M. T T t and an Parii rla Isnrer Antwerp I SSI SND Oct 8 K800NLS88.. Oct 22 VA0ER14N0 . . Oct 1 S FINLAND Oct. 29 White Star fit-rs 6t 60 N. R. Ni.V.. Plnnnath. rherhoarg. aeathaRipton OLYMPIC Oct. 4. aeoa OCEtNIC Orl. 18 MAJESTIC Oct. 1 1. noon 0LTMPIC Oct 26 N. Qaeenatown llreruo.il 13 noon BALTIC Oct t CELTIC Oct 18 A0RIATIC Oct CEOHIC ... Oct, ti Hoston .Metfllerraneaa Italy CAHOPIC Oct. 25. 11AM: Nn 17 CRITIC No.. 1. HAM: Is. It Winter Cruises THE RIVIERA ITALY and EGYPT PANAMA CANAL WEST INDIES SOITH AMERICA Large Nen I rulalna sicmiipr- Lapland La uremic Megantic IANI ART 1. .Ian. IT -34 -II. Erb. I I -3B. Mar. 4. Mar. 14. Apr. 4. I H to IP. dai. IsrilnOITn A up. W H'a. N. T Largest Steamers la the Trade Adriatic, Celtic NOVEMBER 'JO Jan. IO, .Ian. 34, Feb. 31. Mar. T raenger Offlre, BERMUDA THE IDEAL FALL RESORT "CRIBBEAN" THE IDEAL TOURIST SHIP IKStS Tons Dtsslt. tftia Ton. tUc'd All asasR.. Tears T,88 Up OmSP' Next Mdlllna MOW , TiesMs rsArrrAsiieji i. nn J. S. S. C". WrlU far llli.tr.Md RooalSl CUBA-JAMAICA PANAMA SPgriM. si'Uusr nary., gissllaat Sasssossr Sgsssi atSdSnOSS .nube. 5.J tas. He'd Sail' Oct 11 riia Royal Mail Steam Packei Co "MDBHSON v BON, (lea, .si. t BY S. S. B US t I.IAN sgslsst. newr .t snd nnl BleaMer laadlga naeiii;crn at ttr dork in HersitlSa Mtthnut I i .invf.-l . i or f ill Informrtlon ar' I) to a. I . n int. linilM.I A 4 . Agents Uaebet B.B. o.. Ltd.. Jft HnisdHiK. Niv. Ion : flllM, 4 4IOI, A sin. 848 and SOSI Bioauway, SHI and BBt :.h Are.. N. T ot in i n kei Aim nt. COLONIAL LINE BOSTON . v: . $2.65 providence::,-'. $1.75 Vera days sou h'lao-ya At & P, j, . i.rr Pin BB. N. ii font iVeai Hou Ion 81. lieriha i.ec All (lutaide Kossia -l nri Seivir. I pir.wn iif,c Brosdaay A lud si and all fyspn's ln-Kci ufficci '!'hrn!. Sr'!rr Mil and 0133. MAIM- BTLAMSUIl- I.1M Dlrrtt Betweea KfKW V4IHk PORTLAND Steel Btesnashlns Old Colony North Lann lesvr I'ler 1. N. H.. ft. Warreu St . Tuna i friun Sata. at ! M. A dcllrhllnl M0 Ali ' ! n-notir trip. Myaeu ai nrr wo B Ws EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORPORATIO.j SIGHT SEEING YACHT Around Manhattan Island sverv daj OSO U. : P, M. leave n ii si iei f44i urantsroy Siht-Seeine Yachts Wills - V888g 4UVUI9 i.HM , v I Klv. 1411 I, ,s A HALCVOM SEE THE OCEAN R3ii ft,Vy!hW V Bfi" Aroand New Turk, dully from Hi . pigr in o A M...30I' . i. irciuri r. TeT, HriMM H7!i NARTFORD LINE l ioni Horn 1'iei 4w, l.ssl Ulyrr. u reek sup. daily escept Bundai. at B " M for CuBBeelleul Hlver landlscs. Write (or Illustrated folder. CATS KILL fcVMNI U I I MVs leave I'ler 41. N. K.. ft. Lhrlatophri 81,, dslly saoepi Susdays. :m V. U. ybons HNS Spdag. -T4i in m , iv. l.: i nnv i ,mk or sun. 2ii B B .-.ei Broadwayi Ml A vi ,Mh i gsr M ; mond AWhltoomh. JJJlth Ave ..v.y m iron) Bioatnshlp Tlckri Am m m Star Line 1 9 Broadway, New .a S. S. M0LTKE, Oct. 7, S. S. CINCINNATI, Oct. 28, S. S. CLEVELAND, Nov. 20, S. S. CINCINNATI, Dec. 9, of Whitehall Street. South Ferry. Write In' full ItfirfHettM HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE 41-45 Broadway, New York Great White Fleet Start your cruise to the West Indies and the Panama Canai right by taking one of our Twen tieth Century steamers. You are thus assured the maximum of comfort and benefit to be derived from an ocean voyage. They are the only steamers sailing out of any American port designed and constructed specially for service in tropical waters. All outside air-ccolod stale rooms in which the temperature can lie regulated at the will of the passenger No sleepless nights. 7-ll.iv t'rttUsa 1i .lanialea. Panamn I anal Mild ColliniblBTI pnrt friitn Neva Vhrh ever) it rtinpsda) at is noon. I'ler in. r.BII l.lver ilSk.OO and up. 84Os revises If .lamalt'B. Panama 4 anal t4ii.l I n.la nil's from Now Turk rv4r saiiiriLiv al 12 mmn. Pier III. fcaal River 14W.00 snd up. Ir viiii rsn lake a 18- or 14-ilnv trip I i Jamaica sill) roil leitirn at WS.BII and up. United Fruit Company 81 KAM8HIP BE B Vice IT Ballr PISCS Trl (TO Rselot New Tork. Of anv iteamshlp oi tonriM s gsnoy ,i i3B HAMBURG LONDON PARIS IS'N .1 t . VII 1 let . 10 M f let . 4, II noon . 1V1 . a, 12 noon 1 lei 1 1. 3 r. H Oct. lav. 11 A. B. ' 1 It 1:1111: 1 a lift B f.H I M 1 11 11. 1 ' hi, mis, 1 1 i iiln 1I1L.1 1 ftlsinpuri iiirect. ; rB s. HENMBVLVANIA and . S. I'Hr- T4I!!I -all frmll I'ler. flint Sf ,'ISd 81.. '.ii nil. Brooklra, Inkc Itl'h Bl. I errr. font ur vthiichnii lit., Snath Perry. AH nihct shIIImks In this service from oer HliVikrn I'lc. i-kOM liOSTON ' I IrTflind Oct, 17 Hiintnna OCi f . 7-. ttittttyf Ofrtr trtvftrtonitl aanrn mbmwoni in bt ana iw mmrv, Gibraltar, Naples, Genoa it stesniers ni lltia aerviee lenve from N. H I'll Ii. .'Ltd Ht . South ll." klii. lake ,'lllth Ml. Ferry. fout of Whitehall M.. South i rem , ..Monies rllADo I'oiiti osi. . II a. m. H. B. 4 'in Inn . 1 1 (tT.000 TMSI.Oet, II noon. 1 Tourist liepi for Trips Kverywhsre, tiAMBURG-AMERICAN LIKE. 45 Broadwav FRENCH LINE M VI MIMUHlR KnrHAVRI ind PAR1H a nm . ijng with Kil I'xprCM I raliis for .ill polQti in 1'uroM by Vxt N'nw Quotirupte Screw 'I urbtui livourd Holoflr i" tl.t t 'r n i lii' in S.S."FRANCE" h?Tk ixrellcnt . conntadsHeni Alt acllve Bales Fm Hlcnt A enn nndit ons V I.Sn Twin Si icw ope ill) i 'ibin N.N. I.1(M (T1M ' .sacinisy. lri I. :i p M. lit III i al UOIIP) . 1 1 Si.it r S , Hiii .ii k, V Tii-oriai I ii ii-1 i rips for I ' e Kilns') Beaaoa earj ALGIt RS,C.RECE,ITAL..AUTK4A S S.MAP.IIU WASHINSTON. KAISER FRAN. JOSEPH I, Etc Balllea-' Acdncsiluv i or Saimdsva .1 .'. si I'lirin.ir.i tiooi.inys to i hi mt. .lapun. India nml the For Last Mil Lr IKi)S. A 4'4s.. ii. V 17 Ba it try Vl.,K.. j 'I T KM. IHir A TOl K." J York crrancan MADEIRA GIBRALTAR NAPLES and GENOA 11 A. M. 12 noon 12 noon 12 noon ir ii. not call at tnitfn These strainer have man) features wliloh appeal n Mr toorlsl; Large ataterooms. public rt4nia. gyninaloin. ele. tt& Steamer in tkU eerciee leave from NEW PIER. 33d St., Sb. Brooklyn. Take 39th Street Ferry, foot CUNARD NEXT SAILINGS OK THE Fastest Steamers in the World MAURETANIA OCT. 1 LUS1TANIA OCT. 15 Bslllna st I A. M. Qt'lrKFS. ROt'TK via riSHt.l Altll for LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN. VIENNA l sruisnln.Oct 4.lna.il I ,IBtABniB Nov 8 1'smpsals.Oot.i.t am ausnania ia.BA. "( sronla. Oct IS. 10atnjaCsgSBl8.Nsv.14, Ulan Mauretania? V m M-uretaniaM armanta. No 1,10am 't nrmanla Nov '.,0 : n a- I al.d M est II Hind Adriatic Service Mediterranean 'ftlliTiEi v (fihrnitAi-. Ucnot, Napis-. TrifMtf. Plum!. Still on Bonn. 80c ItlBtnry, ripAXNONlA... Oct. a IVBRNIA ... Oct U TCAKPATIIIA Oct. B tSAXO.NU Nov Mir.tti Mftit-ir4ii ,Om,,:s Uptkh. not no TtiF hoklo ntir. s-tn 1 p. ; ?rpc!a. inrouffn raiei t Rflypt, indift. " hint., I .'.1 p.iti . Mm-, tin . AuMrAlm. N Ktttlnu. South I AfrlM and South AtnSfliM Indrpnilcnt totirt In Europe, etc. Send for booLiet ruurd lour ACEN'ra FOR HMNHI AH 1ND OR. Fral . N. CO, lluoifM il.iM,- ni lUU. IIIIMA, .IAHi VM Al. THAI IA Pier, foot West nth Sti-eet. N R, 'moe. .'i BUM street. . V.. opposite BMt. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD Kronorlnz U .ttieiiu sept net. aol Kronprinze.sln c i -.-II I e 1 l,alsi r V. llhi In. in r (irorsc 414 t 4 Faai llsll sailings Bremen rt. tieptge Wafhln.tnn ....pet. 4 Prln PrledHoh wllbeltti on in rlrer''en ilirert London -Paris Bremen Bsl. Imcre Bren en d'ren one cat:n till; WedBeadaya Saillnfs on BATtMiPAV fcr THE MEDITERRANEAN Pir.. Irene . . t .4 Fijirbaros-a ... .On. is i nrouh mum from Egypt, India " ' " ..nil WmM I Sl South America ' t iroi i 1 ndrpetTlfn t Trip, 'arflnr Around tbc World ,Hy II mi or plftpg west . indies Cruises lMirm .tsn W8I.10 PANAMA CANAL I i n. A ,r OFLRifHS a i ri . aRNBRAI Alll'VTB. - Broadnsv. N. Y. CLARK'S ORIENT CRUISE WlW S. ,S "Kniterdsn." '44.1 TO lona, ni Dsys. laflil UDi Pec. A .Ian Hound the World Tour. FRANa C rLAHK Tunes Mt. New oru OLD DOMINION LINE To all lJlilnls BOUthSlld W esl 1 very W r.-loiai al 3 r. m pier ti North Hlvsr Tel HMi en THAMV LHHi Clyde-MsiHry-Wrd-rorto Klco Unsa. ? Broad-rsy. New fori?, TUIK8. 7 0AYS - - $29.00 i iiii point ii V ' ' nf i. r. Tow :. Mnraiers. H W WthSI ,. .f BY SEA & LAND THIHTl B-kikKl! I'Ul'HB Sea Turk si,w snd New Knyland. Bend f". tan.-leis UAH's 41 UN A WHITCO-1U '.u.. -a- "b Sv.. N V. 8iBB I