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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913.
18 MESSAGE TO EUROPE CARRIED BY FLEET I!, ".hips Will Slum Is liiviiir I'ji to Triiditiims. Mill Ahhticii It- T UT AT TKX KNOT SI'KEIi I Ih i o ii tt t f fit t lias Knim! Troii Mi' SiMiiiloi' Rnin ilcai'i' Suffers Mishap. n,t -Carrying h message mi 'lean people li the OM it t'lis nation l. living up to ttic : and traditions of the past t, vii'" of Ihe Pulled St.ilfs navy, a- of th combined fleets, steamed II impt'in Ito ills this afternoon on ".'li , nilse to the Mediterranean, s fot .nation the ships todc grace- .1 two , t.-- 'he patori lio.it I'olpliln, : i; .it tin- tall of tin- horseshoe On .,l.n vva 1 ho olllclal partv which , ' wn from Wah.ngtim to hid tnc : ,.1 . t'!"'ii looking cruy hlp9 passed w tl.iT' were exchnngttl hack ' t' e simple formalities of saint t I uclc ami band, while from the , . ,k i f t)ii I'olphln lli'W the code ; "i.coil.by wlh you pleasant Til.- hifczia tlanhi-il hack from , f tht Wy.'minK "Thank vou" .'.u'iirc of till' licet was In per- I tli tin- c ire'till) laid plan u. - . ept for a slight mishap to l'f til"' .ClVllltc'tll'llt CHIP s wan disabled Just she ., hut this did not Impair e thi on f c' i' r . ji' ,.f the lino as It glided out i n, oth i-c.i orders were given the to rueeetl on oiii' engine until re . ,i It mail'', anil this, It wan said, I t ik. only a short time. The ' ittleshtp were preceded out of t-i' rools by ih.' hospital ship Solace ami th- i-0'..ietn Noretis, Jason tnl Cyclops II, f ,i hout later the formation came In C rd r i m.'.s. Uk.insis. Florida, Ftah. IV ! K.iiim i?. Virniont. I'h.o and Cot ' lc Jt The Uvomlnc 1 the Ilacshlp. W.th Ad in ral Charles .1. Hmlger, coniminiler In eh-' on ho mi Tin tlrut division Is , r,n"i ".lcl hi Hear Admiral Cam-ron Melt..' W t.slow on the Arkansas and the. foirtl. d nion hy It-'ar Admiral Frank P.. U r.tv "n the Connect cut. Wnshlimtoii (IMIi-lal Part. Th'.sc .i an came down from Washington r . I' !hi'i uei'e A-i''.stant Sciretary i ; i e " . lbn'?e a- i.f J-' it- Obor:, 't. Assistant Se.Te- VsiiHtaiit Kecretarv V -o keiirldge. Assistant Allornej - , .-a. irah.im. John Murk. Treasurer 'he t"r ted Stnteo. John K. Davie-. mis-o-,er of Corporations. Senator 'o M' K'o-evelt. Tie n i arr'vid off Old Point from V. s ..i g: a 3 o'clock and one hour U". r, am I .. lutes from the various dl D03 ti lgsrrps. tlie Admiral eiit on hoard the D ''p)nn to pay formal call-, h ere r turned later by the official W i-hi'ig' e ;..rt. visiting first Admiral liiiper t WMiming, then the Arkan sa the i'o'i'k t. ut next and the Rhode Is'ai.d las' The Ilhode Nland did not leave with the tint, hut i" th go to .Mixlcan waters within the tiut f w days During his rounds Mr Hoowelt visltid Its commander. Ad n al Housh, to say good-b . :'het. was a himorous break in the fo:ualitiis whi' h tiar'ied the vNit of the H 'i to the omtnc. All of th rlti .i : 'iiemoulis laid down III h.iv.il ti ,!,." Mere being rarried to a tilie con sion, with the Junior and senior old 's lit. d up at "salute' and the boat .ua.n piping the party off while the band itie Hie customary "tlourlh." Mr Roosevelt was on his way over ' e ' le, the last to leave the ship. Willi f vr thing tense with military formality, ,en Senator llrandegee. who had gone i ahead yelled. "Say. I've forgotten imbrf 11a '." M- Roosevelt ran back to the ship I i ailed to soinu one to fetch the um-i-e'Ia when Senator Hrandegee's voice ' -i somewhere way ! w ,ip heard again . ' Add my overcoat. down near the wa I've forgotten that. Here, some of ou," Admiral Badger ."e, out, "get the man's things." Hire, von ' calling all orihrly. "hustle, i r- Brmuleuee ;! Ileliiiiulnit. For a momrnt nobody moved, although ,ei. ivere rem men gathered ahout from fe ir. gold lace and frills to those with . "lion-, Then the ltnif wavired and ral made a break In the direction of ' i.ih.n Just mated by the party, i hodv was laughing hy this time, prisenth Admiral H.ulger came along ii- the siile with the mlslfi'l articles, v r.rh..r incident of the departure- which a touch of merriment was a race n the crow's nest down the ratlines i'wi.- the Assistant Secietary of War , ti . Assistant Secretary of the Na.v. ' t! i ,id gone up to get a good view ie Dolphin of the approach of the n? .Mr Roosevelt displayed great ' and raine out ahead, while Mr. ,.. Tiilge stepped more gingerly and i li.nl second. v en the Meet pas-n d the Dolphin on I whi to i-ea every man on board each l is lined uii at .dilution. The bands i flagships, were playing "The Star K',-d Manner" the Wyoming cleared the tapes . .-tu k her nose on the outside she slg ,i.id ten knots." The fleet will maln- . I - -need until orders arrive xrom The fleet will l,L" to bo tauter, iiicti iIh'. l.it .ship had fiafsi'd to sea started back to Hampton in route .ST'tary Kooe wlrelms mcBPaKo to Hear . I ' I adi. U t -opt t) ln.r.i Ridi;. i on the W'yornliiK : In ciHlii,' ou an repreHi'Miitlves of L'ni'td ,-'t ite. navv of to-dav wc hope e'.ow tu thi old World that the achieve- ts end truil'tlon of the past are belnr litiiil ami i.nr'.i'cl forward to a still lid future flood luck anil nod on al Hailcr pent the following re- l fleet thanks you for vour partlnr 'i- .lid it will do In utmost to reflect .pon the eountrv and the norvlre." 1'irv itoofeveit niul partv on their n 'o fild I'olnt lato this .afternoon "d Portree Monroe I. ate to-nleht i' i.s mi-matte from tti' Wyoming '1 the fleet tlxty miles lielow the THINKS DROWNED MAN JEWEL. iironer, llovvevrr, llolllita Hoily la I'liat uf M iir Aviator. ' I - a Nl, I,. ., Oct, IS, The body 1'n.iteii Hihora here this morn 1' r thouKht to be that of Albeit ' i 'he aviator, mlsslnu since tie oi - f in tlie misty mornlntf of ' 1 ' Mlien be starteil from Hemp 1, I for Stitteii Island i 'nir Willi, mi J, lilliion, after ex F in body, extiriHseil doulit that It ' wn." hodv The ile.nl man's lialr ri. , Jewel hart thick, blomle lulr. Il l r l. Iii,.r lleflli II mill Holibed. 1 n Flynii of ll.ttli, .Me., who owns ' ' 'ilu I ' in, un leu barire now lying it 2 ,leri'.v I'lty, was atliukeil by 1 men with blackjacks at Nineteenth llertOvi-Boii stiiets, that city, last I and robbed of about HO. Ilia skull la ' acturcd. DEAD MAN'S SUIT MYSTIFIES. llcnm Nninr of Another linn Who Wan Fun ml l)mi. A milt of clothm bearing the name of R A. Ollheit, Nnrtliport, I.. I., was found In the room of a man who registered -it VKeefe A. Cunningham's hotel, at Four- 1 teenth strict iind Third avenue, us l. II. McDonald, and who was removed to Hi lie- vue Hospital )cstcrdiiv, where he died. Ttio fact which Is baffling the police Is that a man named It A. Cellbert, a lintel keeper at Northport, 1.. 1., up to a ear and a half uco, who Is still known to the people there, was found dead It. a hotel , at Fourteenth strict ami Third actiue shortly after his disappearance from Northport. Th" police uant to ktuvv whether the da,!;;;!an'nw!Snd,,!o Sram;!lCI'i'1,,11',1 VltfOP of 001111- If they do how did Mctnn,ild net thm. Th suit a mule hy J V. i:ide, a tailor at ifi Sluth axenfle He said yes terday he had Juld It ahout a e.r and .1 half it'o. The dead in in reentered at the hotel attout two weeks mo. and R.ive his place of iisldeitce as Sprlnallild The police are trylnir to. tlnd Mint SprltiKtWd hn meant. He came and went, occasionally sMlnu iw.i three dai or more I'rld ly h'- relumed with a deep sear on the back of his head and . patch over his left ee. A maid found him s ml-consclous ester day mornlnc. He was taken to llcllevue. It was rumored shortlv after his death that he was Pin McDonald, architect and raclnjr man. He hail I: II In his pockets, ,i card with "that's all" we tti-i on the hack and three keys. He win bald, wu-e a sandy colored mustache, welched about 1ST. pounds nnd Rppeared to 'e in perfect health. Itellevue physicians said he had met his death as the result of blows. How ever, the wounds mlcht have been mado by falling against u stone or sharp edge. CLIPPER BOOMS IN UNDER FULL SAIL Queen Elizabeth Anchors in the Hay Nineteen Days Out of Limerick. Th" figurehead of the American liner Philadelphia, coming up the bay yeter day afternoon from Southampton, might have had a chance. If It were as com municative as nre some ladles on lanfl and ea. to swap marine yarns with the figuielnad of the handsome three mast Hiltlsh clipper ijueen Kllzabeth. which had come In finm the misty open ahead of the liner to anchorage off Tompkins vllle. scorning, like the skysall clippers In l"e r-l.l.'n tiajs oi fMU.lIf Hie asltance of a commercial tug. Onpt. A. It Mills of the Philadelphia ' looked admiringly at the Cju.en P.lizabeth. Tm, ,,u,lt wn was bilnglrg In the liner I, h . . ll(i,n,ra,.n anii r,.,.,rK,.d that a mere hoy pilot was bringing In the splendid clipper, which had made the tilp 1 finm l.imeilc'K In nlnete. n days, thus beat ing thi time of ome of the steam fielght ' ers that have arrived recently at this port ' "She did not carry sk sails." said Cipt, Mills, "but she looked a hiindonie as ' anything 1 have seen afloat stru t 1 nailed up the Thames in 1S71 In t. Hritlsh bark i Argo, making a record passage from llos- 1 ton to London of nineteen days. It did my eyes good to gaxe on the Queen Klliabeth coming In under a heavy press I of canvas Just like they ued to come In I when I was an apprentice nhoird an Kng lish packet. I ll let the shellbacks would have given a lot in - that hlp. carry ing .v.ry rag she could crowd on under ' a quartering breeze, sailing righ' up to anchorage Ntmtetn dav from l.lm.-rlik is great sailing in these diys of disap pearing clippers llronulil In li Ho Pilot. pilot of As the captain and ! Philadelphia talked of tin the the splendid per' I for mance of the Qu n Kllr.abeth the I pilot remarked ' p. would be ii that bringing In the clip feather In the cap of the I voting, very oung pilot, wno tooK me Job. Illg steamships may not he In ( trusted to boys, but the ancient sea guides i would have congratulated the boy for his I trick at the wheel of the Queen Kllia l beth. Naturally he did not artually touch I the wheel. He merely directed tin. helms man, for the jon or a fanny hook pnoi It one of dignity. C.ipt Quavle of the Queen KhzaUMh had a consultation with the young pilot before they decided to astonish the native atloat and ashore by making anchorage under sail alone, a fitting finish of a record run from l.lmiilck There have been swifter sea passages In the past, hut there has been none recently to compare with that which the Queen Kllzabeth finished yesterday. She had following gale most of the way and hung on to all the canvas she could stagger under when the blast was fiercest and the sis shook their manes athwart her decks. The clipper is somewhat like our own vanished sea kings In being comparatively "mail, only 252 feet long She is different from them in being constructed of steel She Is twenty-four years old and has set down In her log many swift passages. Her apprentices will have something to write home ahout her glorious entry Into New York Baj. ARRESTED AS FAKE DETECTIVE, .New in ii rl. Aeeuaeil b Woiiuin lay I'nee Other CharKea. Daniel Newtimrk, 3S jears old, of 551 West 111th htri'et, v.,i arrested last niuht at his home on a warrant isueil hy MB Istrate Appbton In the Harlem oourt on Tuesday charKintr lilm with poslriK as a private detective, nlthoueh he had no State licence. State Uetectlvn Whitfield and City Detective Hartiiti! say that there Is a likelihood of Turther charges lielnw made iifralnst him. The complainant against Newmark Is Mrs. Minnie McNIcliol of 147 West llTth street. She hays that her husband, John .McS'lchol, and she separated last spring. On July 1!'. she says, she emploved New- mark to get evidence asainsi ner nuiana and after payln.! lilm for alleged evidence she says that lie ritnn ti her with a bundle of what purport'''! to bo affidavits, signed, the police say, with a ttotltloua name, In which Mrs. MeNlchol was ac cused of receiving attentions from other men. She saM sho refused to buy them and ho sold them to her husband for MO. Hunband and wife conferred and she told her story to Deputy State Comptroller Wallace ,S. Kraner and the warrant and ariest resulted. LAST TRIP AS FIRST CABIN SHIP. I'lllladelpliliCa t'liptalli lln Halleil About a, OOO, OOO Jlllca. The steanitehlp l'hllalelphlnj In. Inst night from Southampton nnd Cherbourg, In the last of the American I.I no ships that will sail from this port as a carrier of first cabin passengers. On the de parture of her sister, the New York, tho American siiuadion will become) one class cabin ship. Thn I'lilladelphln has been In commis sion for twenty-four years, flying the llrltlsh and the American Hags. dipt. Mills has been her I'omnialider for thir teen yearn and has made 1.17 round trips In her lie W one of a few of the deep ea navigators who served apprenticeship In the old leeoid holil'iii; ".tiling craft He linn made SICi round tr ips III his eiT vice of thirty-four 'iur. as u commander and ha travelled by mm altogether ubout 2,000,000 mllM. LOTOS CLUB DINES PRINCE OF MONACO Praised ns Man of Seienee, Html or iind as First of No bility to lse Aeroplane. ALHEItT DKI'LOKKS WAK try Life anil Industry of Onr (Jreat Cities. The graceful hospitality of the I.otos riub was extended to the Prince of Monaco last night. Kor fifty years and more the t.otos brethren have been enter, talnlng men of big accomplishment!, but the dinner to Prince Albert was the first at which a reigning sovereign was the guest of honor. The ruler of Monaco proved to he the most democratic of princes. lnreturnforthlsspeecli the other guests of the I.otos Club said many nice things about the Prince, lauding especially his remarkable work for science In deep sea exploration. Krank It. Lawrence, the president of the club; Rear Admiral Charles D. Slgsbee, Chauncey M. Depew and Martin W Littleton were some of the guests who replied to the Prince's speech. Mor than four hundred of the mem bers of the club and their guests attended the dinner W'th President l.iwrenr, and the Prince of Mnnac i sat Charles 1 rice. Pun O. Seltr. l.oul Tendyke dpi Albert Uleavis, commandant of thi New York Navy Yard (.'. A. Anderson, the artist. Dr. H. 1. I'rampton. Mayor Ar dolph L. Kline, Melville L Stone, (Jllt- et H Grosvenor, editor of the .Ynfloiuil (o prnpMr .UopmOie .- dpt. H. llourev. aid - , de-camp to the Prince of Monaco, and Dr , r Louet. private physician to the Prince I.nvrri'iice Intrndncrs the? l'rlncc. With the lighting of cigars Presiden-j Lawrence Introduced the Prince. I "This occasion." said Mr Lawrence. "Is altogether unique. This Is the first tun. ihe Lotos Club has had the honor of re ceiving a reigning Kuropeari sovenUri Some of vou have visited the prinelpil tv upon the Mediterranean over which the Prince rubs. Laughter. You will re mimtier It as one of the most beautiful on earth. "Mankind halls the Prince of Monaco as a leader In a grand department of science. It halls him for princely liber ality He Is famous us a gnat hunter and aeronaut. He was the first reigning prince, I bellcvi. to go up In an aero plane dentlemeii, I give you the Prince of Monaco." The glasses were raised to the accom paniment of theirs. The Prince responded with bows. He said "When a man can say after two months that he hasn't lost a single hour of his time he can consider hlrnelf fortunate This Is my happy lot to-night (Ap plause) Mv mind travels back over the i vperltiicis of my delightful stay In your country lie Liked Ranch Life. "The gracious hospitality offered me nt his ranch bv v.iur distinguished artist. Mr. Anderson, delighted me. My whole ex- j perlence there was one of charm and dis tinction The majestic form that nature assumes In that region Is like a huge painting. Great emotions were aroused In me I felt mv heart b-at when I str., before the bear and t-.e d it Ik of the vlrjlrnl f iret .ml plain "Hut when the wonderful trans buc me back to the great cities whuh '.u have made the eeniie of the world industry my brain performed one or its ir ort strenuous efforts In trying to meas ure' up the meric.in spirit and catch a glimpse of the goal toward which It is sweeping along so many eiemenis "You give to the masses the instr-uc-tton for which thev .ue atlurst. hut you give It with a dlscn. merit which de velops and safeguards their Judgment. Applause Sm Europe- Kiltie l'. 'I am sure that I express the thought of Kurope s li arned men when 1 say how much they envy the peace you enjoy, the iieace which enables you tit develop with ease works that are the product of sustained and fruitful labor and to pre pare for your continent a very powerful role In 'the future and to bring about the maturing of social and economic ques tions In complete freedom of mind "In our European countries, ,r, that scourge of peoples who are the slaves of their history. Is forever threatening the worker In his life and In his sissessinns. Tin. right of might pulls down to-day what was built up yesterday. Kalse In terpretation of national dignity tec lies the masses pilnclplvs that are contra 'y to civilization and continually puts a Mop to flights of creative power" JERSEY SUFFRAGISTS PARADE. Mretlnir In .Neitark Aililrraaril friinlnr llornh. Nk.vvaiik, Oct. 25, I'nlted States Sena tor William K. llorah of Idaho addressed I'.fioi) suffragists in l'ro. tors' Theatre hero this afternoon, following a parade In which CuO suffragists from all parts of New Jersey took part, llvhldes Senator Horah other speakers were Everett Colby Progressive candidate for tiovernor of New Jersey , James Rullly, the Socialist nominee, anil tr Anna Howard Shaw Mrs. Abraham Van Winkle, president of the Woman's Political I'nlon of New Jer sey presided. Mrs. van Winkle announced that i;d ward C, Stokes, the Republican candidate, was unable to attend because of the cam paign Uov. Fielder notified her that lie would not appear because he was op posed to woman suffrage. "As the real defender of that Institu tion which Is mostly Imperilled now the home 'Woman should have the vote,'' said Senator Horah. "It has been found that in the twenty years since women have had lite vote In Idaho the women have never been on the wrong side of nuy great moral iiucstlon." ltaln Interfered with the street demon stration. About fi.oon women were to have taken part. Mary Stewart Cutting of Orange headed the parade, as herald. NIGHT COURT NOT A SHOW. Magistrate AdvUei Yoiiiik Mhii Hi I'll! Out tn tin In Movie.. Magistrate Murphy In the Women's Night Couit, ordered from the court room last night a young man who had dtopped In as a spectator. The man, who refused to give his name to the reporters, sold he Is thn son of an umbrelln manufacturer In llreenwlch village. He entered thu court room Just as the doors were thrown open and look a seat In the back part of the room. Suddenly bovcrul court attendants grabbed lilm and hustled lilm up before the Magistrate. "This man," said one of the court at tendants, "has been coming here fro iiienliy," "This Is my first time," answered the man when Magistrate Murphy asked lilm what hlh puipose In coming was. "You're too young ,'i man to come here," said the Magistrate "What's the matter? If you want entertainment why don't ou go to a motion picture show Can't ou spend a nickel for thai " When the joimg man met the reporters outside he said bo meant to make a com plaint to thu Chief Magistrate, r.t ALL CARS Lexington to 3d Ave. All High Water Marks Passed at Bloomingdales' Every record left by high tides in this business for 40 years has been overtopped this year thus far, and as the holiday sea son approaches there are unmistakable indications of an un precedented volume of trade to follow. Undoubted factors in the year's expansion ore found in the completeness of our great stocks and the moderate prices dictated by our policy, aided by the fact that as our own land lords we escape the high rentals taxed on others. Accessibility, too. has doubtless had its weight, nnd with the tendency of the new subway, elevated and surface railway construction to centre here, Bloomingdales', "convenient to everywhere, because easily reached frcm any where," becomes more popular every day nnd easier and quicker of access to the most distant points in the five boroughs. Signed) PhnmiihjiUiU ltos. IU.WOII.M.IAI.KS A Rare Exhibition and Sale of Richest New Real Laces, Chiffons and Neckwear begins here tomorrow, Monday, and continues for two weeks on our Arcade Balcony, Main Floor. It will be a showing of unusual excellence, comprehending the most exclusive laces, as yell as those more practical nnd for every-day wear. All the European lace centres are represented in the dis play, affording an exceptional opportunity to see, admire and own, if you will, productions that are worthy of a place side by side with the richest treasures. iii.oimiMiiiii.i:'! An October Sale of Choice Oriental Rugs in useful sizes, suitable tor any roo.n in your home or for your business offices at Remarkable Reductions. Small and medium size Oriental Rugs, run from 2 to 3 ft. wide and 3 to 5 ft. long: you will find in this lot Moussouls. Be loochistans, Kazakjias and Hamndans: sale prices $4.25 to $S.')5 600 Moussoul Rugs, from 3 to 4 ft. wide to 5 to 10 ft. long, sale prices . . $12.50 to $2.S.5I) Kirmanshnhs, Sarouks, Irans and Serabends; an extra fine choice lot in best qualities, 4 to 5 ft. wide and 6 to 7 ft. long at. . . $29.50 to $.V).00 Persian Mahals, sires averaging 9x12 ft.; our special prices.. $69.00 to $97.50 Persian Serapies of the finest quality, sizes 9 to 10 ft. wide and 12 to 14 ft. long, at. . $97.50 to $185.0(1 Kirmanshahs, Sarouks and Huluks, from 7 to 12 ft. wide and 10 to 16 ft. long . . . . $97.50 to S450.00 tlloo"lni!iUles Fourth Floor ri nnwisnrm fs Lex. to 3d Ave., 5fth to oOth ft STOCK EXCHANGE NEWS. .prrliil I leiirnnce of .ew llnai-n IllKhta on I'rlilny. Ort. ill. The following Stoc! K.-hange bou-" have i statHbeil new branch ofte-ea. Knauth, Nachod .t Kuhne, l.eli.ic. ler in m f I Hudson A- tV. Atiantn C"lt . T ,''iioii .v Mik't.r.nn hi. ago TV- llo.virig branch offices have been lll 111 l nill'll I t'll C I IdKK, lliu,l,l,lj Central Hotel. Tho'npon, Tonic Co , Wemi'h.s. Ter-ri . Sternberg r Sinn & Co .bu Park. N J SUP Pell fc Co, Wilmington, N C . Wle lan, Duer v. I.ana ban. VValiirgtiai. I' C Connnltti i s i if tin. Stuck Kvi hange have made the following announcements' The committee on Charing Houe directs that a special clearance of Nov York, New Haven and Hartford ltallro.nl Company I rights be made on I'rlda, October 31 , The committee on neurltles, being in- foi'md that deliveries or bund are sum.' tune.s made at a "flat" price on dates when Interest Is due, the seller hav lug detached for collection the current coupon, rule', that deliveries of bonds on dates on which Interest Is payable mint carry the coupon due on such date, unit s It Is i othei w Ise agreed The committee on stock list directs that all tranact. ins in Canadian Pacific Hall way subscription receipts, Issue of 19 13, for ordinary capital stock be full paid, until further notice LAWYERS SUE FOR $42,366. Wmtt lo'lti'tm er for Service, tn Mr, l.airreiier In a,',ooo,000 Action. The law firm of Kellogg & Hose, who were attorney, for Mrs. Julia Watt Law rence during three years when she was trvmg in Connecticut to have an order adjudging her incompetent set aside o that she could get posscssi-in of more than t3,nau,noo worth of property, tiled vi. t in the Supreme Court veite.day to recover 12.3iii for their services. THE SEAG0ERS. Arrlinln Krnm I'rnni'e, nerinnny, IJniclnnil mill Ireland. Hy the Hamburg-American liner K,ileiln 'Auguste Victoria, from Ham burg. Southampton and CheilKiurg: lr ("limlej Krancii Mr, lliu-h J. Grant adftrim. llr and Mrs. J. II -Mr Waller S, llrew. ler Mr and Mr. Oeonre 11 Cooper Ml lnilrau Cryder Dr and Mr Tlioninie II Fouldi Mr and Mm Caleb J. Milne. M r 11 11 1) .M r 1 A Walker Otis Mr and Mr. Bradley mnr, John 11 Hose llarone Amanda Sen len-VVnrl Miss Marie Ioulse Slciuvtaj llr and Mrs M O Terry I. ucleii 11 Washhiirne Count von Zech, Mr W A, Sllrkney Mrs K. V White Martin Hy the White Star liner Heltlc, from Liverpool and Uueenslown Tli llev- 11 n d Mrs W W Huehanan John 1. Artani James W Airoiniith. Mrs. John C.ssels. Lord Chaniiiint of Wei. Unborn Mr 1! I K Chap man .Mr. A, C Oram Duff Mr and Mr J, S. Field. Mr and Mrs. Jamm M llalstrd. Mr and Mrs V r Helm. Jr Mr ami Mrs. Hrnrjr M. John Lavtley. Commander K. Maam Dr Alfred Moery Mr. and Mrs William 1. O'Connor Mi KlUulK'th llol.lne dipt mid Mrs. J, P S.er Mr, and Mrs It. II. Sliibbs S II Hall Thompson. Mr and Mrs Frank S. Upton. Mrs. Charles W. Ojricn Mr and Mrs Charles W Ok'dcn. Jr Ilobarl Krom Havre, by Prance , the French liner Cnunles de Bnis Lucy, Mrs llavnl L. lUrllett. Huron llusslcre. Mr. and Mrs Court. land y llisliop. Col Charles, rose Ury.ni. Mrs Ilutler Ibiiiciin Michael Hart Mrs. Cooper Hewitt, Mr and Mr Koland F Knotdler. Mr .nid Mrs. John W Simpson Mr. a 11 d Mr. 4, t. Valuble. Ciiiiii1i s tie Oallifel llv the American liner rhlUticlphta. from Souttiampti 11 and Clierhoiirj; ; Miss K K Allio.in Mr and Mr Fred llr Alihur J ll.irton ' i rn k t! Mfiens Mis .1. II Hcauniont Mis 1 1 1 lir II Fine, Lord llawke. Fitdeilck IVItum. MlM Ad. lUbaa. TRANSFER TO 59th to 60th St. I FAItTMKT Til I.KT I M t It M ;i HltllNV, MORRIS ARMS Cor. 179th St. & Morris A v. High-Class Elector Apartments 3 rooms, $21 & up 4 rooms, $25 & up 5 rooms. 535 & un I e Z Just completed. I.Hrirr.t r,vrti' In t.v nrt t -liicnti.i, r tlnn (if lirnnx h.-mIv rn i 'tr". ..n tl n if A inn M. it i,4(ir . U 'Iremnni SUM ri. I),. S 'ri...tnw. A. .Irromr Av i nr n- t!u lV ff.- yr, FOR SALE. SURE EXTERMINATOR i ,' i er. In c i "si ( I'll!'." clear out am U r i ie roaihe. bcdtiiii: fleii aid all vcrrrli llur Hu re Pop llrillim 1. let 11 11 nn'l burn 1 r.ot polo" Cl'llfl.N licit nri of iior'hlc!. In pair,n UmV. far trade mark tNI'ltM I'lll'.i ,ore other ircini Ine All our cstd irnaraptcid a rt pre sciited or mnney refn nied SI 'c iv .Vic t, Sold bv dealer or e,l prepaid on receipt of price Prorrp' n'c i' chin phi .re order Phoi.c Joh niMIIU'll 'nkc fr cctc.n p ailt of Hnt. nil c roachei.. llrillnig, Aid., lie. cic I r, lined lerrelv Adolpll !:icm A So", Ti llllleln .1., VIH llllll out om 1 snmr PATL'NTS. PATENT YOUR INVENTIONS Ihr uii EDGAR TATE & CO. :'I5 proadviay Patent Soli I u cHrlnc llicm tn nl once lion 1 wilt No chare for advice Send for iionil Thine to invent" an 1 li,inir ilo'i llom. rree BUSINESS TROUBLES. M. M KOCH IN" 1 h'titloi In runlet ha. been nied nr.itn.i M M 1' ink Koih a turpoiatloii denier In nilllln.iri a' M I'lttti nveriiii- A !. tlllm, In Pankiupltv was ills, I hkuI. hi the ilrm of M M Kncli 1111 June 13 lull uhph mis t et 1 p. I bv a tonipii.ulnn at 10 eeiits on the dollar ompui. whl.li after which ih,. present nrporiitlnn via formed. Jll'le lliind appoint--d ,-.tnnii 1 liter bond I J 00 0 .li, In b : 0il and assets tl Lummls ie Idlllle are hi Id fi'll i,.a SCIINAlll'll JK KLF.IN' A pttllnil In I'llik rupli) bus Pei n llled umlnsi Hav I I m Heimareh and Julius Klein, ti im enmpn. the Ilrm nr Sell 11:1 ri ti A K'eln. dralei in men's fiirnthlni.' ijnods at 4 r. ' Seventh live nue Jiidwe lliind nppolnied Mts lierth 1 ili'lnbituilh leielvir of the aenets, wblil. lire eellniatcd it II 000 JOHN V MIILHAIni, a Jeweler nt 1'oukIi keepule has llled a petition In bankrupt, v with liabilities 1 n 3 mid asfts 13 T'O. 1 iinststlnir of slot k. !-' 4 4 A Ill'liOl.l'lI MOI'I'MAN, ilerl!, of l,',3 Lust Lllllltv .lull street lias tiled a petition In bankrupt!) with liabilities IHI'i and no assets ' Ldl'lf- HAI'IIH- -Schedules In bankrupt!1) of Loula llauer, manuf.icltirer nf impel boxes nt 3CI West '1'tt enl) -sixth slreel. bhuu nihilities 13111 and assets SLi'T" 1".. M Tlsliman- Schi'diiles In liaukrupti v of K M. Tlshnian wholisile denier lu llnivers and fc.'ithei s at 10 Vnerly pint e, shlllt llllllllltlee !U',;i 0 li' I nsselH )3,t,t Till. IIAI'JtiiLK I'ltFSS, INC pllnter. at L'U2 Hast Tvvetily-nltilh street, has inailii iii.-iiiii.tii a. s'i'iiMi'i'Ki.nii. ixc. manii vv ileKltel '::..,' -o'ee1," hav! Vl meni rn Ilcrnaid Chambers riOWNLI SIIII'YAltl) ANI .MAIII.N'i: I'll I'nlled States Ulstrb t Judge rhatlleld lu Hrenklyn vesterduy nppninte.l Mnrl'll A lty.it! rei elver uf the properties of On limine) Shipyard and Marine I'mupanv wlili b bus un extensive plain ut the luot ( Tn.uU tlilrd U.k .in tear I'e Mniulard. 11. It.;. JURE-k Pop M.U.KH IIV AITTION. sss's ToMorrow & Tuesday at the Galleries of the FifthAve.Auction Rooms 033-341 Fourth Ave. m :sni si Inhibition of a collection of tivro than ordinary Inton-d, com prising: In part Louis XV., XVI., Empire, Dutch, Harry Bnglijli and Colonial Furniture, Ktirolionn I'ori'olaliiM, mlid Silvoi' Oriental Kloor Covcrim?", urtlM proof Ktchlnit by Dendy Ktillnr, II.iIk urn! nthi'Tp; r.iiKr;ivlnf, VIowm of Old Now York; MiH-rb Unitizes, liee , t'ryntal nnd Unitize ('hiindeliem ,ind Hnicket.i; Cur rant Marlilo llu-ti; Mounted Huf rulo Mead. Hohtner t'prlitht Case I'lano, and tn.iriy otliorobjeoti suit able fur homo adornment uiiii utility To be Hold Wednednv. 'Ihuri day l'rid.iv and Satuniav nller lioon. October 20, 3i, HI iind N.i- j vei vomlie'r 1, at two n clock each day llh.Nrn A HAHT.MAN. Allot I AliKNTS WANTKII. ' .'in l tll.li 1 ASH MAM'. I'AII). IIANKI.H leys and itnrd, except for eeow In Mon ti ,iOift) .i Mc.t.i ' 'in t5.'"'tiidite Join our . ,,, ,t Winmlnu and rain turnlnc to 1110 fa' mix Sl.nii Flu,, which ac,oluii'ly lnun I . ,,., i ma i iir n.in lwr cnittiiv ivimtj.il. .1 riirn'iT. did Uifi 111 14 d.iv hli'lrhcr. n tnlnlMrr, W: Crt 12 hmir after nppi'inteierit lrn Ir.i'i peril nrnl men dlvlikd Jio.imi wlihln li ifumhs -oraniri' invTniinn vHriiee iinrio ,i..i m .iii.arcu i think wlmi this Invenilun Uik- lilvi". .'Very I h'M'io a bathroom with hot and roll ruttnltici I water for M.VI AholKliri PIU" b nit. vian r ' wnrl. Si'lf-liiallnif .No womW llnri nld la In i I' ly J.Mio alioccll.ir. Loili'iilek IT tlrt di i -i-itlt irnen ( on-r now- inve-uente ro-.t.ii i w.il do I xrl itiii alc reipori's nuli'k auinti' ti it li'eiiri'. ll.liiiahd II ore in jon AL1.FN Ml'li io avij Min llldk-. Tulrdo j ACFFM C l.FA.N'FIt AliFNTS -Merc It Iv ah- I ,d'iti Iv new iliMfn In vihec'l-oin'rated, iiowt-rful Ih How. viciuti' ili'ar.er. new ilMblc nozile. ex-1 l-i-'ii' atiii'araiice cll f.vt V rile fur parilcu- I Inr. 'f " oncv i nklnn:aiiencyno lli)T AL:I i i iiMPAN'V, Waierinwn. N V I VF are al.voluicly m.iklnc accnts the hen prnio-lllon of any manufacture r In ll.i' F to-iiay. on our tiiu "Hruh ' Vacuin Mii'i'per. we pay ihe larKiit commlvslori our wrepcr kill ihe i-ali t one atjinl wild ovir lo In one w,e,. iirlie uuli'V. if vuu want a nap MAM' i v TI hi. lib' llullll aU'l'l'L CO., Pi'lrult. Mich T Fi nVISII YOF C MMT I. mrun profliablc t ltt of our own hei'ieri-one of our local rcp i nial.ii'- and (.ell hlirh irr.ule ci.-ro'n made -1 nt ill-" iruararitccd ..wearer, underwear, ho--I. r ,ind necktie direct to l,o r.e Wrlti MTA1J r vsr Mli.i.s, lh.pt :j. roh... x. v Ma l'l'It U'I'eK vclllm- Fay SUcrlon .Sweeper !l,,'il I. a.'l"i pu'up nrilid h whce create l , .Ui .- ll'ir. Ml la I l"i price r,ini. I f , . I 1 1 . l r i , I lav ton. IIKI.I' WAN I 1)11 MAl.K. h,i v M', ii lii wh"ie.e drii hoitc to run e" .ind .ir.d nuikc ho,ielf u-cful Addrcs P li !l"V 113 i,t i u.S'TNT lUllurtX vM i lerV, t uion-Inir-rhtti Hrwtr.c "r.m mirywti'ip Minn (. prrtmrr t t furnur' s l T . e s.orr Mr., rttiui.rt ircf UK.KIt t it Wtw Now, i,..ii, i utboNt nn.M:i.Ki'N H(Hi.. 1 itDcln-trr. .V . I i I'l'SlN't-' Hrokl(rrirr ii tporul(on 50. v rtiHr fct noirrt-t..'r SI4", liookkirp r -f'ir. J.i' ft'! , Irrk itur. . l, rk minll . JlTi Mr-noc-, riti.hrr JU. tl-Tli tTtnftio cablr-i. -Mit-lil"' 1 $.' rot Hrrk -Mrnokbti'. flS .(ilppiiiaT, (; hi . ni.ntaHr.t (wui.-ti . !iinrrhpt,-r rc.ti (ftnt" J-'o tithi-r op'-iilnkr" illtSrt'i.l lmr- i hU ur stlu-. MHiUIl.I. tAia-ncy., ruilron sAl.l'SMI'N' mk!nir vrnAll lowp. whol limp In. M-l!iir . vhoul 1 curry our Int 'llirirf pnokci V.ii-.Hiit. -.p'ltnl vfik,- rlit. iUwlnc rrturti of unn.i fiHuK, makes nuirk. r 'it ii vim . ' -I. ... I i.illll"t'IIIM: I'M'llll'l X iNoii.nl o'lt'iiiinMUii. " un nii.i'iiin i.i a. i ii t li.. fur ..ittl( f it.ln lfrllnrt. . n-1 1.1 HI) MI G. to ,Zi: Mi . i'l..' i c. . 1 Till ii-l'lo!i of -olo-tioy In A promlnenl Ncwi ' Viri, I t'-cop. i I. .rch i holr open to n tj of Cood tl l'i,l;r..if nr., I fBllj'Iv ele llcd lli'C bctwicn lu and Addle c Hi dhMAM'LH. II room . t: 6 Uivil strcc.r. New urW. Jliilui wet Kl p-otll In ntic l." I.i , ','icr t -in dun 1 io-rv itli llo 11 II IIiiHW N 'ir alia Si In - al lio'.'e hi! ciipaal ,l i' oniric and i'pcr.c to Han-' d ir!tuue a' p', .tr.ii take or t'i ei api ni airini- l'cr ale i ' Mil! H I' '! .'i I s'l i '. ' n i.m HELP HAN I KD 1'KMAI.E. WANTI'P Irfidy Itcprr.enrailvei.. whole n piri ti c our fit oil K.MTI11P 1 or I lit nc pitllci.it a'ir" i:inl I -.id,.ile p r' nr.elit in. c N i on uhl ci'ru ncc muieo .iry pruiipi leplv w'uri e'clu..c ieitinir u tli.llvr to. trillion SI' 1. MAN .".iu line en ITl'.T10N ANTLII MAl.K. illA' 111"' II formt rdemo 'raur I Mri.cior. lul-lii tiltloii prlinli faniili 1 n rcc irnw n mrt ui eic.al ed prlva'.e and ira.le refer . tra.ltoslve ral. Alll'll! It. iarc of VA.N I'lll.l . j Manliattan .iv. I YOt N(. MAN", atiibllie'c 1 pl.,tlng T.oi.niui -ei 1. . unuMial ah luv 'Hid delei a fuiurt' Mlarv icnndir . Sl'i'lN. 3" Third Ave . ' . c ler i dip anon. I 'll II I ce by rial hi, lie f tv it in 'iii leratiun. IHlltN ; I I t A I ION" M l-:i I'LMAI.h'. HiH'SKWOliK stur t i rlei cit Mi"i c 'd real loiiiicd ulrl. ft rt ri, e HUM Mai I' ll far .ine- Mri'i ciina s iiira ri, lit l,i fu nlhed l.INt OI.N' INI el o r I ill vi, 1 i 11 rC mo Wcii.-v 1 lintiu 311 lt SjI.'i -1. Phoi.c I o- loeniellt. of .Nnvnl Waaelii. A VSHIN'.JTON. "," I 1 r 1 I ! !. 1 . .' n s ' ,.! it 1 ,-.k lui' Art .h.i.t ,i 1 lie ,uir yr Ad.inut '. -The till; rue 1 h N II th- hi mpliin lt".t,l. 'li 1'url Arl tun Te al Hie I'lilladi'tplil,. I, caul" .it l-al.l.ir at ShalLll.il tin .1 'i,i listen and ihe suppii thip .up- II' ti' II lie ' ' l-r Jupiter hi tiled from TPniron oil a ruie. the i-unl'oit llolphln tioei .irn t on f r II inipton Heads ir.d tii -t ip Idaho from Iltoipi'in Itnaili. fro .tle.phia and the tlmiroyer m indl-ti 1 Annapolis for Norfolk. C , ' IV I 1 I Ir Inny mill nv' Order.. 1, -Tlie.e W VIlllN'i-.'ION o t. . or nr v ere Issuwd : l"r-' Lit ut i: It II irrls, , r. di tailed tor gem ml UleVelllh rei lllltlllK er v , I-irt Lieut u 1 l,.turiion from una hlulo' 1 li.t to Tenl sixth Inlantl. I'. I. A Miller ,-lxtli Field .Vrllller. r. llev eel from piemnl diii, in Manila, p. I 1 These niv nrdcrs were lsud I Hear Admiral 1 .1 lloiiih iroin comuiand thud illilslun to enmmand set und division , ,t l.mt, lit ei I Heir Admiral I' r 1'Ut' her from runt- 1 tiiand set end division to tonimmid third Hvlr.li. n Atlantli licet. t'apl H 0. Ounn tu supervisor tif New York h irbur. t I'otninander It K riank from command of Ihe Mnllie to Naval War College, New port II I. rot, itnatider 1' II Sihoro'ld from the Naval War Colli ge to the Arkansas as eneeu live Commander W A. Muffi t from the Ar kan. ts to lonimand the Maine. Lieut. It I' Craft tn the Nebraska as ordnance uflUer Lieut I' I' Wlikershiim from ihe l'a din ill in treatment naval hospital, Norfolk, v, .Vledlill Inspector (I T. Smith In lial inrd. Wnshlrmtun. I C. Midli.il Inspector J W Hprittlnit from1 Waslilngtoii yard to rirrultlng statlnn, Al- I lantii On l'asid Asslstnut SiirKenti .1 II. Pollard' from recruiting etatlun, Allnnia. c.a , tn , wall orders, I Paymaster I. V Kut7 from receiving ship , nt Mure Island to .Male Island aid Pai master I!. A Mi Mill in finm Mare Island .iid 'i''1' bve. 1 II Wlrelesa liieiiiilliiK eel. I Sxllrorirc hlnirioii. Tl.'. inllc cisl of Sandy ' V: iuc:1'.!,, Sandy llmiU a, "s 1'iiit'ed States :i miles east of Sinily Honk st Ss star of India, I, list miles eat nf Sandy Honk HI L' ''.'' M s NIimim Vnisierdim. "0' miles cast id Sand! . Hook al lo '3 1 M I S Ubldi iie, Poll Antonio, 171 mile nuin of I Ulaiuoiid blioaU aluoou, I WEATHER FORECAST Washington Predictions for To day and To-morrow. I'nr rnntorn rw York, rloailr I'oliler lo-rtio, iirnhahl)' ircrroil hy nil n on the eonati tn-innrrnw, nrnh ntily fair iiimlrrntr vnrlnhlr nlnrta. I'nr New Jitm- i li'U'ly nnil colilrr tn-diiy, pri'i r-'loil ,v niln, fulr tcmnrrow, mmltrMie v ,ir,.'itiie ulniln Fur northi'rti Nw FngUnd. clouily nnd ll. r tn-ii.1), f.ilr to morrow, nioili rms VHl.lh.e' Mini For pouthi'rn Nn Krmlanil, cloudy and mlilcr to-'l.iy. irnh.thly prfcevlfd by rln, f.ilr to morrow, mmlf rut VHrluhle ivlndii, I'pi umliiR north anil northvvmt. Fur wrute-rn .Sm York, wniifrn Pnn. i.tnl.i Mini Ohio, fulr totliy, unnxttleiil mii i njiliT to morrow . nioilfrnti- VHrliihle wlndic , XI. W VOKK. u, I !!. Th illturbnce i'iilnK northi iii-tvi .iril nirr th? Atlantic , M,itm ce-ntr.il oiir Vlrclnla anil anuth j erii t'cnnnylv anl.i ?ietprtiay anil It north i...iiitctri ortlon win Joined t) the ilrpreaalon j from the Ink r-xlunii. uhlch had travfll4 rnpldly raatwanl. Kiiln cuntlmicl In nil the? Atlantic Htat north of thf I'arollnaa, In tht lnwr lak . iPBiiinie .triil In the upper Ohio and TfnnM utlo n nnd Mai hoKiy aliuiE the inlddl At- l.iTltl' id l II u irenerally fnlr In the central val- ' " " .Moderately low premure prevailed In tha plain" State and th Southint and hlh preur. over the upper lake- reflona and the Nortllive-t. Teniperature were hlKher In the, Bouth we.t Mint Int" the middle Mlllppl Valley. I V were much lower In the "outheaatem .n1 noriliw exern ,"iiiie, with fretting weather In Montana, V) ornlnic, North Da kita .ind over Lake Superior. In thl city rain fell all day; warmr. nlnd. freh eoutheaet to nnrthraat, averate humldlt, S per cent.; barometer, corraeUd tn read to ea level, at A. M.,' 30.141 ( F M :j . The temperature In thl cltr yeatfrday. recorded by the official thermometer. It shown In the annexed lile: 19i:i IH12.I 1119. . IS .. A P. U .. ..8' 12 M .. II P. M ...M ll'll S y,' ij Mid .. Illitlirat tempeMturr T, atlaol' U. 1(13 & ! MARINE INTELLI0EN0I. MIN'IATLHK ALMANAC. AM a I'd Sun set. AVI Sun rl' ion Moon riM. 111(111 W ATI I It THIS OAV. AM, AM .11 SandvlFk. I wi Oov.Ivland I vo HellOale. I X)V U'ATKIl THIS DAY. an al Sand)lFk 10 li !ov I aland II IT Hell Gato, AVI 12 y, . j Arrl?td -s VTl'HDVY, October :5 I S Kalrrln Aurute VlciorU, !0 A. M.. Ham-bur.-. Oil 1 I s t'niie d State Cirl!lnand, Oct. l, 00 i l ire llniiilnt I'l UP M s llnlilc .1 u M t.lvcrpo'il. Ort M. M Pi.!ndr! Ida. I I' M Souihanipton, Oct IK, S Mump ilia. l IS v M. Nuplc Orl l l)lnn"irc : II P M . l.lbnn. Oct in Ile-rutnd. I'3'i A t . Pnrio lllco. Oct 19 1'nlller.e, IS .10 I' l . SI Lucia. Oct. U. llantu ; in P M . Itoxarln. Oct 3. ''ir'i. H M Irlnldad. Oct .sll'rlti iPM ntlnco. Ovl 17 .s.lvr - li A M t'hlcoullnil. Oct 13. llayaino. M 1 Icntucnos. Oct 11 s pairc Jacks.ltivlllc, net : s Santlniro. ii.lvi'lon. Oct. P. Indlaitlilrl, llo.-ion. Oct 24. Aitiiivr.n ntoM nkw York. s Vulr rl.ind. at Antwerp. Ssl'rlnr Prkdrlch Wilhclm. at nrernea. S Hvndani. at Uoiirrdani. .. St Paul, at Southampton. Sr.renlv al I Ivcrpool s.Oii'intc. at Moutliampuio. S t'.'irpathl. at Naplc. S Ml I'D l'Olt NKW YOMK. Sluli'inli froni l-lv-i-'ponl v A lin line f-om Havre s Nci l)rk from Southampton, s I'oluml la from il,ir,iit s l-ipland. fr mi Anlwtrp S Vooril.n:!. fri'i'i llelti'rdam. S vtlnncapolt. from Umdnn. s Pie-nicn. from Itrt-mcn I'ri torli. frum II initmri. I OITCOI.N'O STEAUSllIPS Sill To-rnorroiv. Mailt lloe, Slam Moll let Iden IJWIM Prime, ar.ne. Vorfolk . . sill Tucsdav . October :h. lirnnprlni W '.llielm. Ilrcm n 1 i M A lvalue. I ri-nilial . II J0 A M Mli.e'ic Mulllevldi n 2 30 A M Sin'" tinn Hri'llle Kriila'ilvfJord. Ilerm n ... 1 Inctiuiail. N'aple i oifTttiut dl i nt Jamitct tliv.fSt Unit Sivannati , . . Aptclie J.ickMin vllle Jc'itcrsoii. Norfolk Sail U cdlli "'!1 . Ocloher IK l'rin. e Havre : ri A M Viel Sail. 3 00 P M 3U0HM 10 00 A M 3 III I'll Ull M 3()I'M i: no i 10 oi A M 3 00 P M I 00 P M 3 OI P Si in on A M IU 00 A M i: no u Um M 3 00 P M 10 in A M 3 OI P M i:il M 1 OI P M l .HIM.eal, IWmuda lIAM Mcrai allui l.tliu oia 30 A M Saul l VI irlt Colon .til A M Me on i riio!oii II 30 A M I'lnlind. Mitttrrp .. I Martha w .iiitnrioti I'tlesic . ... I I'intr del Ul'i Cardenas San Vlarro i,vli'cloti I'reeli . N' v. I trlean Vrapilioe ,I.icl-.mille i: 'i M I HI P Mulirot . Norftile. 3 0il P INCOMING STi:MSHIPS. Hue 'Iii-dty . Slcanla Nnp'.e. oot J I'eiriiis . Ilamhurf, .. Oct. II I'erusli . Nanle , Oct. a 1 llianla illlirallar.. .Oct. 14 l.alrha)c Antwerp, . , Oct. II . I'rln FtiderlkHfiidrik Ilajrl , . .Oct. W I Sill Marco,. litpe.ton, .. .Oct. is Ocii-L-e ahlncton Hre-ien Oct. Caledonia (Ilssirow , , . .Oci. It Carina. ,1a . . .. 1 Ivcrpool, ...Oct. It I t no. . ... I elc Oct. in Voltaire MarbadoH oci. :o Saniiairii Proi:reii . . Oct. :o I oier.r Sal Ine . Oct, In 1 liy nf Mimi.'oinciy. Sa .'ui.nah Ocr 33 lme 'lo-mniroii Nletivv Vmstcrdtin IMHrr lam, Oct. is ' Prl'ie'.pe dl I'lemonte N'aple Oct. It ltula Lib in Oct 14 l-i I' iur One Havre Oct. 11 Mlrmcipoll Uindnri Oct is Prints Flicl I'rledrlch Inacua Oct :3 ).urilan Mitanras Oci 0 1 011110 San Juan Oct, :a I I nrlbl'i'an Mcrinuda Oci :a 1 M.milevlllc Puerto Harriot Oct '.'0 I Sciruraiica .N'atn Oi-t :i t rroic Neil iirleans Oct 33 I I'l Sol imllc-lon Oct II I rapahne Jacksonville Oct 24 ilb.e Tuesday. October : "iilinil .. Aniiiirp Oct is I'llriclpe dl I'lemonte N'aple del Ivinnpiliifi ln 1 ccllle llrcmen Oct :t . Ida oran Oi 1 11 I Pa-tore Port Union Oct ?il Carl sciiur Kingston. 1 id ;i ISatal ina Hainan Oct :.'. I'auaiiwi . .. t'rlslobal o.m Seminole 'lurk Ixl'tint Oil :.l drill ou San J ii.ui Oct n San Jacinto (lalve-lnu Oct Ti I'liy of I'olumbu Saiannali Oci 36 I I Alb 1 ibilitsion Oct ii Uf Wlreleas Inetiiiilnit Vr..el. S- ( armaula. im mile cast of .S.iiid) Hook at 11.10 p M S Majestic, I.3IHI miles casl of Sand) Hook .1 P M S lima ralor. I l"i miles cal of Sandy Honk al T P M. S Kronprliiressln tVcllle, Lifts miles east of .Vunlv Hook al 3 .'si P M S I'rln Frnlcrlt; lleudrlk, si. Marc, flo miles south of Sand) Honk al a is p VI, S III Slid, (lalicstnil, cro''d tlalvesum bar at 5,'ui P M Ssi'll) of Vntiteomrr) , Savannah, I.Vi mllei iiiiillinf lilamoiid Shoals a I noon Ss ,ian Jacinto, Oaliesliin, J3 miles wrst nf '1 in lui'lts at linnu Ss lirllllnut, Halon Itoucc, ll miles southeast of Mississippi bar al noon he. 1 1,1.1, Kablnc, '.'in mile west of Tnrtufas at noon. S. " Alba, l.alvesiou 133 mile west of Tor luias al noon. SsCruih, New Or leans, 3TI mile soiilh of lllaniotid shoals at t 11 S scion mien 'lamplin, n't miles south of Saudi II" ik nl noon Ss f iiinairue) , T.unplro, ','iw nilles nonti of .lupin r al noon Ss Sabine. Iliuiiswlrk, 3.' miles iieriheasl of llrni siilek bai al 7 1' M. S. Liinpahas, Mobile, 11 mile easl of Ivey IVeJl "'s'.'Ar.ipallis', Jai ksi'tlllllr, fdli mile soulli of Sandl llool. nl 7 I' M Ss 1 1 Sol. iiiilvcsion, 113 miles soulli of lllat d hl.oul"' 7 I'M , , S Sainioir.i. Havana 7s mile, nonlien! of hs l'"'-l 11'es Foil I.inion. mti mile south of h.imlv II "'I. nl I' M , SsCnimu, Sin Juan. Ill miles soulli of hand) lloulc at iinou, '-'ilh,