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PUBLIC LESS HOSTILE,!"
SAYS KRUTTSCHNITT
Find i CoopprnHvp Attitude n
Tour of Southprn Vji
cific Lines.
Tl A UV. SKNTIMENT "Ol
Hut
Not .M licit Xw Hiisiiipxs Is
(ioiuu' n i West.
Hp lipplitrpx.
A inticli liruader xplrit of frieiidllneiiH on
the p.ut of lilt' luiMlf timiinl tin' mllinmls
was one of tlie most Impressive inndltloim,
N.ild .lullim Krtittm linitt. ili.ilim.ui of the.
hoard of tlic Southern I'.u'lllc. ,v enteriluy, ,
that Ik- hail olmerteil on hi tour or tne
lines vvlilfh Just ended.
"I'lilversnlly the spirit of the icnile,
that In tlio people who ale tisdiiB the rail
Hutls, ii nui'h more rtieiulb nnd co
operative than I have cer Keen It befoic.
1 am ppr.ilihtK from ui observation) alonn
tho lines f 10111 New Orleans, through Texas
mid on the Pacific coast as well," h said.
"It was one of the most pleaslm; thltiKs of
the trip. ,
' A kooiI deal of the execration of the
railioads will stop when people learn to
read their e.u iiinits statements and see
evidences that the public Is helm: treated
falrh and Is rcielvliiK Jut as wood service
as it' Is ihmMIiIp to she with the enrnliiKS
at ttien 1 onim.ind.
"This c.ui't help hains ll effect nlti
malib It can't help also l.ut be telle.teil
in the' attitude of l.e-lsaituif "
Miya llr Win lliiotril.
Mr Ktiitlsehnllt was asked about his
attitude 011 the foi thconilne Oovcrniiieiit
nut nEJlnst the mail re.irdluc which he
wus quoted while out West as myliiK that
thf road "would tleht It to the last ditch.
"I have been misquoted," he said. ' I
wan asked 'What are .von koIiik to do"'
t ...lit there was only one thiliK to do If
attacked ami that Is defend ourselves. v ,
have l.ruUcn no law and don't liiinvv of iin.v j
law to b broken. Nothlus has been done
rcstardim: the deposition of the Central
l!i.ltli. slncf. the C.illfnrul.i commission
declined to approe the dissolution plan."
Cor.ceniins business' condition Mr
Ki uttolm.tt s-aiil .
"Sentiment is coo.l. but ev eryvvhei
theie Is evidently a lack of coutldeiice.
Then .h not much new business boIhb
011. You could stc this from the train
windows. In busy tlims on the South
er'i r.ielhc and Central Pacific you S' e
many trains on lde track loaded with
Mriictiir.il material and lumber. Hut this
was the only time I li.ivtn't sc. 11 solid
lumbei tiains wa:tilis to be unloaded.
I.utiilnr cats wrc conspicuous for their
absnc( .
Thii , ali-o the Mist .ve.ir that traffic
lias In en handled so uniformly will and
tin re Is less complaint of car tlioitaKe.
Tills Is due to the bitter h.indliiiR o?
ca I .
The people arc hilplm; tne cur-
rleis
iclease rolling stock.
nnsioesa llnuillril Well.
"Huslliess was neer hauilled as satis,
faelorih as this ear. In October, which
is the height of tile busliuss siiison, lu
tiulii's fiom ti ifflc agents shovsed an al
scnci' of complaint on the pait of the
public Tin- teinun.ils aie bale of cais,
howiiiB mcr. .iseil efficiency In the rail
roads tliroiieh keipiiiK th" ems mo iiiK."
(if coiiditloiiM on the Southern P. elite's
lines In MbAico Mi. KrilllM'hnltl said:
"On our side of the mountains tliliiRs
ie prcttv unlet. We are limniiiK trains
s far south as llermoslllo, ami occa
ciorully a train below. Trains are be.
Iiir run hut iiloot half of our terri
tory. It is a n EUlar lervio hut not
lail one. Wi urn a train down one
day and b.uk the nct and la some sec
tions we tun onl one a weik. I'ood,
jou know, has to be can ltd to these peo
ple. '
The Southern Pacltic as a whole is mov
llnr a fair amount of freicht, said Mr.
Ki iitlr.clmilt. No new llimticlnc is belnc
on:-icl. li (I.
YOAKUM MUST DEFEND SUIT.
Promoter Sri'k Stock Snld to llatr
llreti t.ot liy l'raad.
Uenjanilu !' Voakuin of the St. I-ouls
and San Kranclsco Itallroad was directed
by Supreme Court Justice Newbunjer yes
terday to answer tho complaint In a suit
brought b Thomas S. Maker, a promoter,
attalnst Mr. Yoakum and llarlcy P. Wil
Mill, aliened to be Mr, Yoakum' broker,
to icciner stock which llaker says the
UefendatitN Rut by fraud.
Maker was orKaulilnx the Steel Prod
ucts KnamMline Company, which was to
have Its factory at KarmliiKdalc, I. 1.,
heio Mr, Yoakum lias his country place.
He allotted that it was necessary to sell
185 shares of the Mock, worth $18,500,
to make, the project a nucotss and that
WHton, acting for Yoakum, aKreed to
take, the 1x5 shares If h could set 1!
hares of couiinou stock as a bonus.
llaker says that, when Wilson got the
stock he pledged It for a loan with
bank of which Mr. Yoakum Is a director
and thus converted the stock to his own
use. Maker sa he hud to pay the
$lx"i00 lfmii to prevent the stock from
belliK Hold and lie asks the court to
cancel the contract under which he was
to sell Yoakum and Wilson the stock.
Counsel for Yoakum pleaded before Jus
tice NewbuiKer that the complaint doesn't
Bet foilh a causo of action, but the
court held that it does.
FIREMEN'S DISPUTE ENDS.
atlaOrri Willi Explanation of Prnn.
aylvnnla l.lnr'a n nnlea.
Central Manager K. C. Ijon of tho
Pennsylvania Itallroad has sent a letter
to th employ ces' committee of the road
saying that the company will modify Its
rules governing the period a fireman
ahould serve beforo being made an angl
ner. The employeea' committee, which
objeted to some of the rules, has accepted
the letter a satisfactory.
Federal nnd State commissions were
not satlslled with the educational quali
fications of engineers and firemen on cer
tain roads, says the letter, and the new
instructions were issued to enable, the su
perintendents to know that their ensl
neers and firemen were properly ipialilled
for tho positions. Mr. Ionr wrote that
tbern was no intention to Inconvenience
tha men or deprive them of privileges.
Consolidated Kxcbanajr Kent 9100,
The neat on tha Consolidated Ktor.lt
Exchange, held by the estate of Vernon
II, Hrown has been "bought In" by tho
Mchange for $100, This would make
the seat cost $00, as the initiation fen
Is $500. The ncata have beon selling
arounn Ji.i'oi'. including the In t at on,
Thn oxchange haa also increased Its mem
bership dues $50, making the total dues
fw the year $250 instead of $200,
SUB-TREASURY STATEMENT.
MONDAY.
FaM hy Kuh-Trnsury to banka,, $J,5JI,00
Paid by banks W aub-Tresaury. , 3,010,000
tjM to banka mi ilaj'a trumar-
tlon tias.ooo
Bt.VCH riHDAY I.AflT.
Paid br Sub.Traaur m hank,, $9,013,000
Paid by banka to Uuli-Trtaauiy,, ,ii4:',ooo
(lain to bank MOlTooii
lataa t bankr.iarat parloa pr
U weak 1 1 4,M,H
0N ,,FX'' CHARGE iTAXICAB DRIVERS TO
Itrnt ll.tnte Alnn Snlil to Unit SwIii-
tiled .Ndii-Henlili'iil 4)vviier.
James I'uwuri, a mil (stiito iieriitiir of
f! Wall street, was uriestcil by l'otft Olllie
Inspector Kcnyoii vesterdny, iliiwd with
iikIiik tin- inalN 111 the priml Ion of a fake 1
tat collection nitetiey, HnvveiK, It Is at-1
IcKod, collected between $lfi,000 ntid $20,
(Mill fiom prisons who nlteaily had been
swindled by a real estate yndlcate which
sold then lots under water at .Montauk
I'ollit, I.. 1
l'ower. ucinidini? to the Indictment,
sent letters to the llilll-resldellt owneis
written on the stationery of the "Tax
Adjustment Huieau of C!i Wall stieet."
telllni: them that their ptnperty was to be
sold for unpaid titv-, and mlvlitiiK tlieui
to send S'i.MI Immediately
Powers, It Is alleged, asked in tlie ht
tei foi $1. ell loi an Investigation. Many
nf 111. li.ollili.ilttt nf iiitlr.'K 1..II..W. II is
said, sent on the ll.fiii for the Ihvestlnu-
tloii. hut the tnajnrltv paid their b.ck I
taMS. In ttotei.il of these case", It Is said,
Powers leally paid the taxes, which sel
dom amounted to moic than ad cents.
Poweis was urralxncd befoie I'nlled
Si.ui.'H District Court .Indue Hand and
held In 33,111m hall for tilal.
SAY LAWYER OWES $1,000,000.
t'reilltorn of Thulium . Itiitn
t'llll
Mini n RiiiiLrnpl.
ImiIIoiHK hi" aneit last Muuda. In
a cill action in which lie ,i chained
with defrauding the heirs or W. Town
send Wandell. Thomas W. ISutls .1 lawyer
of .M Chambels slieet, was petitloiusl
into bankruptcy yesterday in the I'nitisl
Stnles Dlslticl Court. Amlicw I'oulds,
attoiney for the petitioners, stated that i
the attorne.N s liabilities would amount
to almut M.miu.nvu. most of which Itutis
had borrowed.
Illltts Is kiiiI to luue lost m Wall
Stieet. lie Is also alleged to hae used
larce nuns in the puichase of a tract
of land on Monmouth, .V. .1 . where he
hoped to cstabllh an exclusive tcidou
tlal colony
The creditors who tiled the petition ,ue
C Amory Stevens, with a claim of Jl.nna
for money loaned, Aliihonsn Montant,
$1,00(1 for money loaned, and liernard
Sclielnkinan, $50 for medical services. A
preferential payment of $5,(100 l allegd
as an act of bankruptcy.
KLINE AND MITCHEL
BEGIN 1,000 FOOT PIERS
Major and Major-Klccl
l.over That Starts tlio !
Ih'pdirp to Workinir.
I'ro.s
irst
Maor Kline and Ma.Mir-cli ci M.Mnl
slood touetlier at l'orty-slMli street and
North l!lef esiciday afternoon and
pressed the lever that stinted wmk on the
Ilrst of the new I,"00 foot pieis wnlcli
are to be built by the city in thai dis
trict. Tho Major and Mr Muchel chimin red
out onto a luue diedite and went throiuli
the motions prescript d for tiieni while
Puck ( otunilssloner H. , (
.!i John A. Iilx, Pol
sinner Waldo, Mdcrin.in II
Horuui:h president Conuoll
Snutli. e-
C iiiiinis
11. '.'Hi' an,
and Hubert
.xdiinison looked on fiom the shor
Shottly befoie he started for 1'oi-iy-Mxth
strrtt Mayor Kline reiched nt Clt
Hall ttie followlnc tclivram from Pnsl'-
dent Wilson:
"My thciiiKlit turns to.diy witii the
Creates! Illleresl o the urcat dieiUlna
work almul lo be besiin for the new piers,
a development In which the whole coun
try must feel a deep lntere.-t."
A niest.'ine fioru (!u. (ilynn read:
"rho Slate con-'ialiilates the clt of
Nev York on the auspicious Inaunuiatam
of the Kreal work of dredc'nu- fo- the
ureal piers at We.-t lirty-s!th street
The State Is Justly proud of Its sreat har
bor ami of every development !hai makes
for lis conimen.ial pnstlae and Im
portune. (Sod speed this sreat undci
taklm;" Maor Kline, speakuu' to the KUests who
had fathered lo sec the work on the pier
begun, said :
"When I piessed the luwr which lifted
the (Irs-, shoMlful of earth to-day I felt
that 1 was acting as pinxy for our late
Mayor, to who-e foresight and labor we
owe the realisation of this gieat projict.
Mayor (Jaynor worked constantly ami un
tiringly for months io briiu about the
construction of these pu,rs which he
realized to be neces.aiy to our commerce,
and to him the business Interests of our
city irac an everlasting deM."
The new pier upon which work was
started Is part of a idan submitted to the
Hoard of Kstlmato last June by Dock
Commissioner Smith and Immediately ap
proved by the board. The plan calls for
the comdruution of modem l.iinii f,,t
piers at the foot of West l'oi'tj -fourth,
1'orty-flfth and Forty-sixth streets, Kaeh
pier will cost about $3,toifi,iii)0.
SAYS VIOLINS WERE GENUINE.
Collector's nanrr tn (harllr nf
Fnlar Inanranee Cliilui.
Alfred Melfto, a collector of violins,
was charged in the Supreme Couit yes.
terduy with making a fraudulent claim
when he appeared befoic .lustice Marcus
to testify against the Commeiclal I'nlon
Assurance Company of London lu a suit
to recover on a policy of $:i,50(i, follow-In;
a file In his apartment at IIH West Ninety
eighth street, on May V'.'., HMi.
Melsto testllled that violins worth
$1,nno were In a tiunk which was de.
strayed. 1I said ho binught them from
Vienna. lie was confronted with testi
mony that ht; gave xvhen he brought the
violins through tho Custom House, at
which time he said that they were only
copies of valuable Instruments. Ho test).
fled yesterday that he couldn t lememlwr
making such u stHtmuent mid he sum
moned nn expert to swear that the violins
were gejiulne.
Tho Tilalntlffs wife was called In Ills
behalf nnd on cross-examination kIic was
asked If she didn't quarrel with her hus
band aftor ho put lu the claim for tho
Insurance and send word to the Insurance
company that the violins wero in pawn
when tho fire took flace. Mrs. Melsto
said alio didn't.
The ense wiw not tlnlnhed.
TO ATTEND PURITY CONGRESS.
Anthnn? (,'ouiatnrk nnrl ,1. tl. Ilry
nolrla Will Bp X. V. llrleKntea.
WASItlNilTON', Nov. t, At the State De
intrtiueiit the n 1 1 n i ui 1 1 1 fint-ii t van inmlo to.
day of the Alnerli'.in lieliKiitliin to the
InteniHtliinnl Coiifetenen nf tlm I'nrlty
1'eilerutlcin tvlileli will meet lit Mliine
Hixills. '1'lie list, vvlilrh win milunlttoil by
the I'urlty reilenitlnn, vvns Hpprnvecl by
.Secretary of Ktate llrHti nnd la cnmrioiieil
us fullOWH :
Anthony Comstoek nf New Vork, .Tmnea
B. neyriolila of New York, Clifford H, Hon
of lllltiolH, the Hev, Doniilil MeUeod of
WiishlnKton, the Itev. Wilbur V. (Vafta
of AVoHhinRton, .1, Vrunk CluiKn of Mnnsa
rhiiuetts nnd .). A. Plko of Nt. I'mil.
trery .vllaalon 34 Yran Old,
llie old llowcry Mixtion eelebrateH
ll tlilrty-roiii lh niinlvereiiry lo-inoirnvv,
Tlier will lie a Npeelal rellsloiiR and inu
Hloal eervlee In tlio ovrniliK, when Mrn.
Mary llliwein ile Mom, Hopratio pololst of
tne kiiiii Avenue rirub) terlan Ohurdi,
will ala.
VOTE ON COMPROMISE
ii- Moot Half WllV tllP
''"'I"". " " ,,ml
l-ciiiiinds for Honrs
and I'iiv.
MKX OK TWO F I H.MS ST it IKK
Havpi'lv and Itpinanlt Concprns
p'iip to Trout With
I'nioii.
The confeleme bitweeli tepiesentutlv-s
of the taxlcab companies and the ehailf
ft ins' union oxer the demands for a new
agieeinint began yesteiday Ht J P. M. at
llealy's lestaurant, Sixty-sixth street and
Columbus iiMiiue, and laslid all the after-
IIOHll-
The men who went on strike pending
the negotiations leturned to woik excel t
in the garages of the llavetty and the
Hciiraiilt taxlcab i oinpaiiles. These linns
lc fused to be tcprestiiled at the confef
ence while their men weie still on strike
and will not deal now with the union.
The ronfelcncc yesterday was stormy
I ami once seeial members of the coin-
uilttei tepreseiitlng the chauffeuts started
to leave the meeting loom, but were per
suaded to return until the confercme was
ended.
The main demands of the (.aauffeiiis
aie a ten hour Instnid of a twelve hour
woikday, with the present wages of $2.50
a day. The employers offered a com
pi utilise of an eleven hour workday, with
an hour off for dinner and 25 cents an
hour f.'r overtime, with the alternative
of as ln.uiy hour overtime hlng allowed
off 1:. the regular day as were worked
after the tegular hours.
The companies represented Included tho
New Taxlcab ami Auto Company, lloyt
IVm.illie, the Hroadway Taxlcab Cotnpanv,
the O'llara Transportation Company, the
Mutual Transportation Company, the
Hlverslde Taxlcab Company, Hart llros.,
I.ederer & Keim, Criiice, Ktllur k Co.,
O'Connor. Uuighlln & Co.; the lioidon
Taxlcab Company and the l'rawley Ttans
puliation Company.
The committee of the chauffeur said
that tills offer would have lo be put to i
vole of the union. On the vote of the
II ion will depend whether or not theio
will lie a genet nl strike Some members,
of the chaiitTiUis' committee appealed In
clined to favor the compromise off r.
It is said that there Is : radical ele-
meiit in the union which wants a strike
and will stand out for the nilglti.il de- J
tn.iiids. It was admitted that the situation
looked serious In view of the fact that j
th" chauffeuts quit work ag,ilnt e uht
Drills puidlng the contereiice oi yrier
d.iy. The vote of the union will be taken
to-day or to-morrow.
MINORITY'S REQUEST GRANTED.
merlenii l.ocoiiiolle
alder to ld In
llolllS
Inqulrj ,
W. II. Marshall, president of the Amer
ican l.oci'inotive Company, has sent word
to the stockholders of the company that
the executive committee lias decided to
adopt the Miggtstlons advocated by the
minontv Interests at the annual meeting
held not long .uo and appoint two men
outside the lioaid of directors to aid In
investigating the charges of mismanage
ment and waste preferred against the dl
icctors and officials
Hr. I.. Clark Swlje and. William It.
Willcox, have consented to act as an ad
visory committee In the Investigation ami
report to be made by the committee of
umulry appointed by the board.
This plan wan advocated by Charles
Whiting Itakcr, editor of the J.'ii(iirrriti.j
.Vi m's, at the annual meeting. Isaac M,
Cito of Italtlinore, a largo stockholder,
was the ilrst lo attack the buslne.-s
methods of the management. The. mutter
was tail to a vote and, although Hie
minority Interests polled some vn.oou
votes, tbe,r motion was defeated.
The minority interi-ts txprixsiusl ills,.
tiallff.ii.tinu with the ticatmeiit they re
ceived and said that "steam roller
tactics" were to keei them from know
ing how their money had been "tieiit In
the last ten years
Mr Willcox. It s f.V.d, is not lutetesleil
financially In the company, Ir. 1,. Clark
Seelye I president emeritus of Smith
College, a rlockholder himself and a lep
rcsi'iitatlve for the vtock held by the
college.
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
M:V YllltK rot'NTV.
Apl'i-iUt" liitlHinn supreme Court Be
fiire liii:ratiain, I'.l ; Alt l,.uiR)illn Uiii-hlln.
I'hirke utiil Scott .1.1. Court iitiens at . )'. M.
Nns sj. ni, i:r. 101, 1.1.-,, I3, 137, 1.1K,
Hi'.i. iin. in. n:. iis. hi, in,.
utui'lue Ceil t AppeUnte Tf mi Itecess,
Supreine I'inirt special Term Part 1.
t!ifurt' .-'ealturv. .1, Mutton calendar called
at lu 3n A. M
Siilinine Court Hpeelal Telia Part II.
llefore lipluti), J Cnurl opens at J0:30 A,
M. Kx o.'ir'e matters.
Siipreini. I'natt Stiei'pit Term Part III
IWiife I ill K'erli'll. .1. Mullens Oemurrers
Ntm,
!S7,
31.1.
tt
lii, 17 IT'-rerri'il iauM-
!i t s iiener.lt uilenildr- ,S',s.
IJB. 35". I ISO, 107, 40S, X4,
!is 3fj. '.'s:', 11.3, 4S:, 4'.!.', M'3.
13V, I'll, 3S3, 3!n., 309, r,'.'7,
M, MSI. ai'S. SIB, 35. 41 s.
1S. 3'.i7. 373, i3, r.Ofi, 3.'5.
Nis.
f. I .-.
It.
I3S.
114,
Ills,
10,
ion.
313,
.'74.
It.
343
II.'.
is
3VI, IVii. 30:, c.ise unlllilslieil
Pail IV Hefnre Platzrk, J, Cleur.
Part V. -It. fere Hliini'luiril, .1, Clear,
P.ut VI Hefore Ilrliiniter, J, Cans unfln
lalieil. P.ut VII. Hefore CnliHlnn, J, Case un.
tlnlhlieil.
Phi I VIII. Hefnre Fnrd, J Cata unfln
lahrd. Siiiireme Cmirt Trial Ti rm Part II.
llofnie t',reiilniiim, .1 -Nns. 1410, 1919, lane.
V'd2. t ti j I . '.'ii:7. Inuuert Nn. 15(14. Casa
uniliilshi'il.
P.ut III. IWnre VVeeKH. J, .Nns. 551,
lHIS, 451). C0.L 130V,, Cose unfllllltlieil.
Part IV, Hefnre Dniinell)', .1, Nua. 1040t,
25"'j, 5r,ti, Case unfinished.
Cut V. - Ilefme Huff, J. Noa. "H't, S5.
Chsh unilnlslieil
Part VI. Hefnra Marcui, J. Case on.
Nn Hay iiilemlar
Part VII. Hefnre injur, J. Nos. li;e,
1171. 1ST, 114, 3V:. 1IHI, (ST.'. 44, SSI', kl',0,
iia, Case iinnnlshetl.
Part VIII. -Hefnre (iuy, J, Nos. 344:,
34.111, 3137, s, 7J-', 7b. 7t, I10U, 7ili.'
n;(, '.'no. iis, ail, lit:, zij, 340,
Caua
iinllnlsiieii. w
Part IX. -Hefnre Amend, Son. DJSiJ,
11V0, ;i", Ills, 3l.i, Cnae unHnlslieil.
Pait X,- llrfiire De AiiRells, J, Nns. 534,
559, I '.1 11. III3I Cuto Ulllllllfhril.
Part XI Hefnre (iiivcK'in, ,1. Case nn.
Nn iluy 1 alenit.ir
Pait XII -llefnre lluKrn, .1 Noa. SO, :21,
'.".'v. ISTiT, Ull, 1''4, K'S7, H".'S. Case un.
Ilnlslieil,
Part XIII Hefnre Pelnltetnn. .1, Noa.
301, usil, S7.1, fil, 7HU, S .17, I50N. Clear,
Part XIV, Hefnre Newbnrfter, .1. Nns.
fifai, ::. an . imv3. io4, S3l, 11179, toiii, 76:,
t.Ui, I mis, nia 111V, 108:. 1017, 11, 1507,
Case unllnlsheil
Part XV Hefnra Hendrli, J, Case on,
Nn ilav 1 alenilar.
P.ut XVI,-Adjourned until Monday, Nn.
vriutiei 17
Part , VII.'-Hf rnra I'nunin, J.oa, 13,
7 vli i'.in. tiiillnlslieil
Part XVIII. llefoie Hrndy, J. Nua. 1097, 1 Hupienie Cnurl II) .1 in I lee Helan)
Una. Ifiiif.. 713. 17(1. 1 in;. 1 lot. Cnae uii.Jsted vs. Ilerreni. .Insenli 'I' IIimii
tllllslieil. .
Hurrngate'a Cnurl Chamber. Hefnra
Knitler, ft Wllla fnr jiruhate Curl (I.I
Si'heer, Hllzal.eili llutlei, l'ranela Htall, I
(leniKe II. Winter, Kathurliia Hnltnnr,
Tliiuiina Morrlaaay, Charlra II, lttlnahere. I
Muruaret I,. Cimle, VVIIIIani VV. Wehli, Jaua
Klil. Ile, Uliilerlilll VV Hlllllll, Kallinrllia
lli.tTlilim. IVrllla 10. Fn I nl I it, lit 10:50 A M.
SuiriiKale'a Cmirt Trial Term. llefore
Cnhalau. M. No ilay ealemlnr.
Clly Cnurl -fjieelnl Term Part I. Hefnra
MeAvliy, J, Con it npena at 10 A, M,
Mntluus
Part II Hefnre Hrhniuclc. .T. Ceurt openn
at in A, M. K parte maltera.
City Cnurl Trial Term Part I. Hrfoie
lireeii, .1 N'ns. !IS0, 1080, S7H, U'lis,
CU1'.', 481);, S-iOJli, 2041, 4.i:3, 4331, Ci:i
43.-,7, laiiK, 47o. ;::i. 4141, 413.1. 4J0
I3IID, 4:i.1l, I3'.'ti. 130. 4lU. 416:, 4241
4195, 4J14, 111!, 4311, fill, U, T
.AMERICAN
UrettSSCOi
lOvt400 Shift
in lh
t.10601,9
NCOS LD ,
TONjS
s. s.
KAISERIN
AUGUSTE
VICTORIA
SAILS TODAY
AT 1 P. M.
-TO
LONDON, PARIS, HAMBURG
Kals'n Aug
Nov. fl, t P. M.
Nm in. I" m,
Nov 21, It A M.
Nuv as, rj .N""ti
Nnv a. to A m.
HlnmtHirs dlteet.
ni'reiiiria
President tirnt
A inert kH
ifPrnnsyhanl
?d cabin only.
IT S. S. I'rnnotvnnla nnd . S.
Pretoria .tall rem .Win font et
Md .11., ft'iail"! tttmklvn. TaU tih
.11. rtrri. toot! WhMltM St.. South
Ftrrv.
XV Allothtr .'.ill not ti this rtrrlct
from our llobolen Vfr).
MEDITERRANEAN
Gibraltar, Naples and Genoa
9, 9. norland (IT.nco lonsi
.Nnvrinhi r Utt, t: noon
9.9. Cincinnati H'.rm - oci
December t, 13 noun
nPMII ittnntri In "lit ttrntt Irnrt
from XEW PITCH. Mil .SI. .o. Ilrnol
Ivn. rm MM Strut Frrru, tt l
IVMfhUl Siren. SoutH Ferry.
From BOSTON to
I.ONIMN- PA It I H IIAMItl'KC
Mntlke , . . November 22
llamhurc. Urrrmber O
tmt't stttmtri effr jrfrl
arratimixtitaaii m both t int and Src
end Cabins.
Winter Cruises
TO THE TROPICS
NEXT SAILING
PRINZ AUG. WILHELM
NOV. 8, 2 P. M.
i it
Cuba, Jamaica the
PANAMA CANAL
Costa Rica, Nicaragua
alo lit new fast lutn Ht reu
Mramrrs I. Mil. I.. Ill) is. I VIII
sill I'll .anil the Diumlnr" I'll l. "
slerfmers or nur .xiias venire.
1 1 to in Huts a..vni
J5-l) crulsrs l4i).t.-,
I AN VI.
Write for Information
Hambur-American Line
tl.l.V n'way, N, V.
I'hens
1300 lUvtnr.
4!illa, 37 4 .'. .Ii'..'", 437!
4.17't, 10-J" 1130, 45.
13.
1 30, 43mi.
43l. 43M. 3.. Clcnr
Prt II llofnie 1 Veleliati I y I Mi"
eauspi, Nn .1 7 1: H2'.'n sl'.o, l.l.'l i.tl
5'i.i. yjy, 11 him ijjv, .jj, r.t;
612 r.n" nnfliillie,1
Part III - Define I..I llra J C.i
llnlshpil
lm -
Pan IV - IWnre I.v ni ll J
Cte ir
I'.ire
Part V. llerure Unellte, .1
tlnlsheil
Part VI Before (il)nrr. C
I1iiI.m
Par! II - Hofnre Ian .1
tlnlslli-d
Part VIM llefore Mnltli. I
un
.1 Ca
un
C.i un
I'at. u n
tlnlsheil.
KIMih COI XTY
Supreine Court Vnis'llaie DIvNnn Vreinl
.tmllrlal Departnii'iit iPnriiUKli Hain .I111I1-. P
Ilurr. Ttimiias. Carr llieli anil Mi iilrtnii .1.1
( earl eis ps nt 1 p M runnier m d Ha) (.tin
ilnr Nn. 23. 57s, :.s.-.. Mrj, ."JO. CI5, .V22. 117, r 1,
(U5, (Vii, ivi2, rcis, r,i7, fii'i, (51, nVi. ''d eil. f'w,
llfl, fi.'itl, fins, i'is, ,v'
Mlltretne ( nurl S(s'riil 'leim I'sfnir V'-h'.
iln. .1 Cuurt iihiis et in A VI l.!ilfnnli
miiiloni
Hefnre lleni dirt, .1 l' iiartr (nailers
Supreire Cntirt penal 'l erni Trial Id-fere
K"ll..l Cnin 1 es'iis al in I Das' ( ali nil r i
es :isn, 31, :iiu. :., .n. in?. "0. 11:1, (15. I1. '
117, us. un. ivn. 12:1 r.'.v i.'.i. ui i'u. i.".. ui,
III. 5.1'.l.:ui7 2.'l. nil, I is, SIM, !. 17n. 71, .m. I'm). s,
lllithe-l mmilier rem I id mi the ncular 1 all im
.Slllireme Cnurl 1ti.ll 'lerm l)av ( 'nli'lnl'.r
Part I, lllr.iknar, -I. Pan III. Umilni;. .1 !
Pall IV, Jminx. .1 Pall . Hi ll' , .1 I nil' t ,
nians a I in A M n "s. l.'iTn. 7-. 1,1 Id "- . I
IBJI, CSS, I Mi ID.V.. W, 1I..VI, l". 107.1, In, I, 1
P175, lfJt.1. If.'. IfsO. r.'"7. 1423, 10S7. P's. If I
The Imlanre nf the rl'i eali'ml.ir ..Ifinils n, r I
llttlll Xniellltii-l 7 Hllat liulllber rt.lllnd ill
reirulnr rail I7IH.
upieme Cnurl Titil 't'rrin Part tirfme
Kelhv, .1 Cnurl njiens at in V VI Criminal
Calenilnr lailcl IMfuin, iniinier (,lii-t,e d '
inaitl, uiiuili'r l.utirl l'liiln, eiur Inir ilRiiiremi
ueatinns; l.uUl Pl7ilii, rarrilln: iIhihm rims ,
vientaiiis, l.uliii Pl7utn, nninli-r (ilu.epiie la
inniti.niiiriiei, Herman (illekni'tu, iiriunl lain 11
Cellii Surhman, tranil lari'iio. Ili'riuni Iwi-., 1
assault 1
Cnunly Cnurl Criminal Calr1ul.11 Pur I'rla 1
Part I tlrforr rnwteii, ,1 Dnvlil Neilnc,
imiriier; 1'rniil. , 1 '( allaiilian. urauil l-inetiv,
rrrelvliiu stnleii irnnils, Heurj Kline, all is Henry
(ever. alieiniieii liurcliiry, ernnl laimiv,
11 lelvlne stnleii irmsls, i,i..sesiiin liuritlar ini,s
Henrite I.. Mmllh, sraml an i'ii) , icii Ivlne sinlen
tnmH, insvslnn nari-ntlis; licnrue llinun.
in sslnn id nati-nlli s
Part II IW-fnre 'rfeiiian, J I'lamisrn drt
ellult, fjtrrllllf dani;eriius. wealmu Slepheli
Currall, assault, .Inhn I't illi,sl,y, tlalpli PaU'lii -i,
hurclarv, manil larienv, luehliii: stnUn tinid,
rranK vaiti, nsMiui, aiiiiiiini'ii siiuiia1,
Italnh Slalcl, eairjliik' il'iuiti'inus iteniii n
Part III llefnre Vlmue, .1 Hlilnre I'Mllii ln
Kratnl laneny; Alb rt clns.i, uratnl luienv,
si'iluelinn; Mlrhtcl Itninniii, inliln-r as-.tufi
SlKulu ttk.'fe, Jiitepli Hill irersi'il, ClHilli's 1,'eu
vtlek, itiliheiy, crand lai un, rviuU. IjiuK
Snitsiil, hiireln. iH tlt lanriij, iiielvlni; unleii
ttniKls, Charles Mnrton, crand liiriui), lli-iiiv
Kit linrdwin, nssauH
Cnunly Cnurl Civil Calenilnr P.ut IV I1'
fere M-iunnn, J Ciiuil npens al In A. M .Nns
222S-222H. M23. r.'3l, '.':3(, 21S2, '.".Mi. 2237, 22:.s,
Kill. 22 17
'Ihe follLiwlrii? rauw If nnswcteil u-aily will
lie pasted fur the iluv 22S, 2251, "2.VI. l-l
burruKate'n Cnurl llefnre lieti'liam, S ('null
npellb nt 10 A M 111 tlie Halt nf lleennls, ernnil
flour. The Mills nf Jarnli iJilier, llenri.'e lluril
IllUt, Jnlill Pelelll, I'r.llll. I' I'ltl. .1 .1 lilt hi'rl,
Ciipar Slapf, Martha I' Klnealil The m eiiunl
Itlgs nf A. (' HllllllKlinut. Cenrue I' I'iiii.sIiiih,
Charles hteileln, Mary M 1'iiini.rr. May Intani .
.Inhn P. linn ney, Cli.ulis reltiniili, Wllllnut
rrnwhllter, Mlihnrl (iIiumhi, I nil Uisiphnl,
M. Md'.neany, I'lla Peilill, (.enure UMIInl, C K
llrow 11. 1.. V I.v nn. Annie Uiherl'. mvn in m er il-
Inttsi, Mary Mnnahsn, lleniy l.is'ini,V 11 Pnuil,
Ihe rstalps ni ,1 .vi 1 ffts'li, Mrftli laipi. 1111
.Skatnene, Vtnrv Caullli Id, VI Ma-ilitm, I' c
Iindnn and , Knlclil
IJI'IJHNS COCN'IV
Supreme Cnutl Trial T'-rin Hf.un
Crime. J. Nallali vs. .MeKenith, Nns, 213,
2II1. 211, i!l!i, 221, 437, .'. i I. 143 V. Ile-nialnilei-
nf ealenrtar ini.n ! In I'll, la).
November 7, 1013, IIIkIii'hi number le.nbeil
oil the Konetnl eairililurs is 230.
Cnunty Cnurt -Clill lenn -Hefnie lluin
pllley, ,1,-Niik, 37.V, 13, Is, HO. a,',, 7'i,
100. 102 The fiillnu III); eau-.'S If m,irl,e,
; reailv will be passe. lur llie ilm ,Vn eaue
I will .e sit rlnun fur a ilav lllinti h. t-.tll .
IN.... Iu3, till, 1 I'u,, ii. Ill),, lii'i,
11(1, 111, 11'.'. 113, 114. HlKlii-l number
reaiheil nn the (tenenil inli'ii.l.u 1 111.
Itefcrrea Appolnlrd,
-Hal.
II)' .lusllee Peliitletnii -Cnhen vs. llseinlT,
I'lioeulx Ineraliani
Hi' Jwdlie Sealmrv l.nne vs. cimrllun,
Hreemv lili Cn, lleni) M Mieiensnn, I lint
Kraut Iniliistrlnl Hav Himlv is. Mi c.n ihy,
ITeilerli li c. (llnilileii; Hull lier vs. Wnn
I "list I'n , Jlnlv ln ll I'al
llllff l- Williams
Inirit City l'Mre Ins rn. va. I.hrllih .Inlm
'.. l.nne; Tal Hlfli Co. vs Hurlie, W llltn t)
S. (Irey; S111III1 v., TI111I Iteall) Cn , tlhi it
P. .MilHsey; Mnller vs. Hllliun. .Intili V. In
cram. Hy .lustlett Plaliek Trantnr vs, Tranlur,
Hi.fer A. 1'rjor.
Rrvrlrrra Aiiiilnlr4,
Supreme Cnurt ll .lusiiie Peiulleiun
lleelni, Cliureli Wardens ami Vnir) nmu nf
Calvary Church, William P. Itumiay.
Hy Juatlea Ncwbumer Kiuelle Lnulaa
Bruno vi. Lincoln Brutin, Albert Handera,
HAMBURG
fUMJoia mim,vlLmunm I
1 "77 T
1 1. "j
OLYMPIC
Saturday
NOVEMBER 15
10 A.M.
DECEMBER 13
HAM.
London-Paris
v. Plymouth
Cherbourg and
Southampton
9 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
cniOTjia3mxaxua.-inHgJsrnaiJnTTr.TT
1
American io:no a. m.
X. .. I'ltnittntli. 'hf rliourc. Satifhamptas
D'lH I Ml, I ih 1 .1,1111 ll lO'il I 1)11,1 t Hks
NEW YORK Not. 7 PHILaDEl.PHIA.Nov iB
ST. LOUIS Nov, 21 'OCEANIC Oec. 0
v fnr I On M viimt 1st, til A ,M rl.vv
Atlantic Transport
Nt ork l.tinJnit lllreel I'r. Rt. X, n.
Mlnnrlitha Not 8. t t. M. Mln'ctanki Nov.Z2
Mln'tvajka. Nv.15,IOA M, Mlnntop'llf.OcC. 6
Red Star 1 10:00 A.M.
X.V. l.oiulnn fjrl tla DoTfr Aotwarp
SPLENDID STEAMER
LAPLAND NOV. 12
For Fneland and 'he Continent
VIDERLANO Nov. 19 FINLAND
Dec. 3
KR00NLAN0..Na. 2r ZEELAND
.Dec 10
White Star1,05?X0U
N. V rirmniilti, Cherltourc. Smittiamplan
OCEANIC Net. 8 non MAIESftC Nov 26
OLYMPIC Nav. 15 MAM OCEANIC D.c )
Ne tirk I Juf nltiwn I I trntol 2 S n
CYMRIC Not. B CE0RIC . . Nov. 2t
CELTIC Nov 13 BALTIC Ore. 4
ti mri ii.rr, onli Onr d Cabin
(II) t I ''hlri! Pliil PAfntrrr.
WINTER CRUISES
ITALY & EGYPT PANAMA CANAL
The Riviera
tla Madeira. Gibraltar,
Alglrri, Manic
Ijirse.t Kteauar.
In th trade
Mi:4i inn:H
SIM III AMERICA
'I ha ,Nneil
Crulslna Sleamera
Lapland
Laurenlic
Adriatic Celtic Megantic
.lAM'Altr
mih ruinr.R
.Ian. in, .Ian. U,
.Ian. 1 1 .Ian. 34
.i, ft i.'i t
Frh. 'Jl, lr. 7 I pit. ?!t Mar, 4
47 3lar. 14 Apr. 4
Canonic .. Nov. 27 , ,
Cretic... Drc.tl I4mail5upnd
I'ASSK.M.r.H OKFIC'K, H'nay . T.
CUNARD
NEXT SAILINGS
OF THE
Fastest Stiamers in tht World
MAURETANIA . . . NOV. 19
LIS1TANIA DEC. 3;
SallliiK at I . M. ,
Oilli l.esl Hill II, 11 I ISIII, V Mil far
LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
l arnnta.Nni.H, loan, I Dac 24
'Carman fa Nuv ?0,1Oam 1
lam -" 1 A. M.
IvernU, lire in m anil'aititanl.i lire 31 tan,
I artint Pei l.( 10 auC'l armunla.lan ln.lOatn
iUo..p;e.Dtcie:i
Lusitania
frtlls flt yurr 'town I.rt t find IhuhhI, i
MEDITERRANEAN ADRIATIC SERVICE
('.iliii.C nt ,uir i,t oihrrtlur, Urnirn. Hp-
1 ti.nif , .Tallin;, i oon f-rc ltlrifiar.
tl ,illM ti. f ( Mil'ATtI I A life 9
1'n(im o :i mom dvc ru 1
Will chII nv Paint, "Unit. Ntmllr.'., ilhrultur. )
fii-no oiiHtn lni',lr'. (tllnflltftr- (Jciiim iMrrlrn
M utnl Sit rirtvs onlj tomlth iU mi nnt Mntlrlrn.
Special Winter Cruises'
RIVIERA ITALY EGYPT
Mrttjt'iiii (.IttraHnr, lclrr-. Mnnato or (.H'no.i
FRANCONl A
ov ir.
I iftlVJU 'itii
r.kmw i tivN ti
Li.-vvuniri
j.va i
vniivinn
SIAIt. H
Will ml eall at Via vlillilria.
KOI Ml I II : llllltl.ll Mill's. tilts J t p.
,i'i'al ihrnueh laiis lu Pevpt, Imli.i, China,
Japan, Manila, Ai.sirnll.i, ,e Zealand, tinulli
Vfriia ami .snulli Ainrrlea. Initepeuilrui tnut lu
Iliiiuls' ere. eiiil fin t'niiUlei Cuuarii 'Inurs.
i,r.Ms i nit n:isi i vn ami oiii.
I'.N I tl, s. V . I lir.UI'KN I i II IM.Si in
I.MII t, t II l t. .1 1 I'.t.N AMI A I Sllt.tl.l.t.
Pais fitt West Kll, htnet, N, (, Ollae.s
II M.lie .Mint N, ., nppie 'e lunny
, r V ..) ,,. ., ,i, juill IMI.IIII1TU
eiuHe ultluilll t ustlritr for Ihe Imnklet nf Hit
RED CROSS LINE
ulm Mill fur the tlllld .i 1 s.'l.d UK Ir li.'V. InlilHl
r. .S, '.Sli'iiiann"iin a :..iiii inlleiTiiKe In lleruiu.la,
.lainaiea, Cnlnu and Ha faun, li'avliiir.iauiiai) iniii
and I ili ni ry :inl, r.)H, Inenlv-nne da is
undrr clnrlnus siiittmer skies. m I j, i:n ias
siiili'Is i-anlul ft. ml nnw lur limiUli't in
llnvirlni: A I n., 17 llalltrt I'laie, r tnrk,
OLD DOMINION LINE
To all iHiliitsSiiith aia! I'veiy Weekday at
HP. M Pin I'.'i .urili llnii, Tel. ;mu I lanklln
.() 1(1 IH'.ltni Ht Ideal Vai-alliiii llesuil
2 liays frnm Itiiund Ti In. sJ.v, Mlt nv Viri'iu,
M IUMMiAIT.V .SO HC,
H.VTii.N, M AIM HM.MA I'HWCIIS I N
pin .1111111' nf an order of 1 1 , , 1 1 ituheii I, ml
Inw I'mil. 1, 11 SulroK.Hi' nl tile Coilntv nf
Ni w Vol U nulli'i. Is lii'ieln nil en to nil pel.
tnuH havliiK ililms aK,nnt M.ir lliniua
I'Minit ll.iloli. lite nf Soollit.io 1. I'i,lril,.l,l
Collllt). C.llllnn'tiiMIt, lien isi-il, tu tlli'Mul tin
f.llll,' Hltll vnurlieln thir, or to the suli.i I llier
at Ills I'l.iee of ll nit letliiK liusilies-, ut th,.
nfUee nf Iniin'.in ,v liuiii'.iu, No ;,i NasNiiu
Hinei, lu ihe City of Jniw YiiiI., on m Infme
tlie ll!tli di) of I ii'ieiul.er 111 M
Diled, New Vnik, Ihn S3id ilav nf June,
11113,
IHVINH HHAKMl'.S KATO.V,
Ailiulnlkii.il, ,r,
Hl'NCAN IH'.N'CAN.
Atl.irneis fnr Ailmllil.il ntnr, 73 N.l.aiu
ritteit. New Tnrk,
PCIIK1NS, I :M I I.t SWAN- In pu7ual.
nf nil order of HUN .KIIIN P. CllllAI.AN,
it Surrunale of the Cnunly nf New Votk,
Nnti.'e Is hereby Khan 'ii all pertains h.iviuK
ilaluiH nniiliisl HVlll.V SWAN PKH K I SM,
I lie of Hie CouillV nf New Ynrlt, deetaaetl,
to plPhenl the t-.llni. with vullrltets (llerenf
in tlie Mlliset llii 1 , at her iUi'o nf lialisaei.
Ilia: Inislni ss. nt the iirtltn uf Hawliltni, lleln
Held l.uimf. How. No. M Hxi hauiie Plate,
III the Clt of New Vnrli. nil or liefnrn the
3111I1 da uf Novenil.er next
Hated, New York, the lMh day nf May,
11)13
SOPHIA SWAN HIIItdN,
AdinlulFiralrlv
HAWKINS. IIHII.AI'tni.l) l.l i.Nill'HI.I.OW,
Allnrne.is for AdmliilHraliU,
Z(i llvrhauife I'lnee.
New York City.
i
A
3WAY, NEW YORK j Vv
-11
A tt
Winter Cruises
New York lo the American
Mediterranean, including
HAVANA
Special 8 day crimes l-avinit N'rw
lork alttrnste ThuisdaM. JeO 00.
12 day cruises Icivitnt alternate
Thursdavj. $80.00. Ten da iruiscs
every Saturda. $'M00.
BAHAMAS
10 diiv eriiise, ,'iiuii 'in: 'id. iv- in
Sus.iii, sent u tin Hnlil. 1 n
Hi ll (iiivelllllielll, $Ml il iiinl up
with Mile, trip to Havana, fTinsi
and up.
MEXICO
De'iirhlful .'.'iliv itni-es. Jl-'".
llu luilnik' -inli- ,ii ll.1v.111a. I'm
irre-n ami .T'i t ru -id.' tup- to
( in. lb 1 nnd .Mevnn 1 11
Otrrr ulr.j.-t re t .rl trr.j an t rriii.f
lit foil' 'air ll '' r 'iimklet
NEW YORK 4 CUBA MAIL S. S. CD
11 ,
fienfral O'fir o, Pier 14. E.R . Ne Yolk
Citi Ticket Olbce. 290 Bioadea). N, Y
NORTH
GERMAN
LLOYD
Kroiiptiiire.sln C'ellle Mnr. Ill
Kalsrr llhi Ini ill r (irn-s Nnv, 111
lvalstrUlllitlnilt . Il
I'aat Uallail'nts.
tnren'.rn nv.
Inn I'll.ililih Ullhrltn Nnv. If
dr i -I r Kurf ifr-i ...Nnv, -'.'.
Hlranten rtireat.
London Paris Bremen
Ualtliuart-ntetom dlrret. una lalnnl
III MH.Innlay
.all.nc. on zr IlliAV '.r
THE MEDITERRANEAN
Prlness lrnm .Nm . 1 7
Ptrlln . I'ii HI
Irri.ut-hratM dun Efjypt, India
... an . I vil l vi
8-uU,AmcriM """"
Iniaradaat
Ttlai. atarilae
aa- lime ar iltr.
WEST
INDIES
'.'ruin, limine '!
Around
Ihe World
r AN AM A
CANAI,
I'ta, i Aiai.
OM.P.1C1H I co r;v
Ani'.YIS, 1 nrnadn-av, Y
Rsl,
For nn Autumn Trip no place
hna such attractions ns
BERMUDA
t.nlf, lennl., Nalllni:, llalhiuu, llili.
Inn, "Iteeflna," I n ,
A itrtictillul l,4i) mile s,i nn, (l t. 10
Ihesc I'liaru Ins Corsl i.mils for
$27.50 r
Inri.i.llri t airaiushlp iickeu neals and
tii'rlti hnu is c an ia ire dr 11 eii
s.illini:" .ol. IV II) .'J, ele
THOS. COOK & SON
tlir, llroailwa.t. '; l lrilt tieiiue,
ft!UI Fifth Ave.. Jlllsl llrnadttill.
FRENCH LINE
Compagnie Gcncralo Transatlantique
Hlrei'l Line lo Havie Paris (Piaiu'd.
Dep'ii 11111 s I veiy U e.lnesil i ,11 pi , M,
I'nuil Pier f.7. N111II1 lllver, foot Uetl l.'ilh St.
I Lnrraiui' Nn i liami'lnewl ,m L' ,
Iji S-n.11
Nm V: 'l.'l 1,011,0111' He I
1'J M.i s.iv lie , Hi . PI
lutn Mini t.Mimtimtlr Sriru ShMim i
J 1 VI I)tl M.I Vl'V III Llt.t.. w V
llll! HIIYVI II VII. Sl VV! I'll UI (I
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