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THE TON, 'THURSDAY, ' MARCH lt 18U. AMERICAN SUGAR HIT BY THE TARIFF IN 1913 I'rofHs Slump From $4,4.32,262 In 1912 io $820, 139 ; Last Year. DEFICIT OF $3,196,195 Dividends and Other Payments 'Cut Surplus From $21,425, 620 to $18,229,425. I To Just what extent tha prolonged tarllt discussion nt Vdhlnton and the cons'qiifnt wide fluctuations In the sugar markets, together with the strong com petition among the vnrloua refiners, af fected the American Sugar Hefhilng Comp.iny Is bliown In that concern's annual report for the year ended De cumber SI, ltit3. In ths your 1912 that company' proilt from operations was )4, 432,262. while for the year Just paat It wa,s only 88:6,139. The annul! report show total credits for the year of 4,184,988, compared with 17,488,130, but the greater part of the credits Tor 1913 were the result of the Interest and dividends due on Investments Xvhlcli totalled 82,274,931. As a result of this falling off In earnings from opera tions the report shows h deficit of 53.19C.19r.. In order to meet dividend payments, depreciation on plant and equipment and sundry Items this amount was deducted from the surplus of former years, leaving the total profit and loss surplus en December 81, IM1. at 118,229.425. against 21. 425,620 on December 81, 1912. The total net profits of the company and Its subsidiaries for the year were 14,184.988, as compared with $7,488,180 In 1912, and from this there were total deductions of 18,284,484. This would have left a deficit for the year of 84,089, 475 but for tho fart that the company claims a credit of $903,476, the amount of appropriations for Improvements of plants expended on new construction dur ing the year and offset In depreciation on plant and equipment. This left the company with a deficit for the year of 13,196,195. The company's assets also show a decrcubo. Commenting on the report to the stock holder, J E. freeman, secretary, says: "Owing to the prolonged tariff discus Ion ut Washington the year 1913 was one of uncertainty und wide fluctuations In the ; augar markets. TIn uncertainty regard- ( Ing ratss, as well as dates when charge . nt ri,,tl,.a iim.M tnV. rftWt. rlrrA ! business In refined and broueht prlcri to unusually law levels, ouch ihrinkagea In values affecting refiner' stocks of both raw and refined sugar. "The competition between refiners and between the refiners and beet sugMr pro ducers has been exceptionally severe, and reflners'-marBin between raw and refined averaged lower than for any year, with one exception, during the last fourteen years. The year opened with u price for granulated mirar of 4.!0 cents per pound and clo-td with a price of 3.92 cents per pound, a dmp ut about seveti-elRhtlis of n 'cent n pound. While raws declined from 3.73 to 3 23, there was a far greater de cline In the. prico of rennwl than In the price of raws, which were belling at the J end of tho year at below their average coet In all producing countries. This de cline, largely owing to the uncertainties of the tariff and the acute competition be tween refiners, resulted in an unprofitable, year to the refining and other sugar In terests. "In addition to the tariff conditions af fecting the sugar market In the United Mates, the Cuban crop of 1912-1913 In creased over the crop of the preceding year by 533.000 tons, the Increase for the world's production for the same year being 2.256.000 tons. For the year 1313 1914 the estimated world's production Is nearly lli.nuo.ono tons, an Increase over last year of about iOO.UUO tons. This has alto hail IU Influence In bringing about a declinu In prices not only In the United Mates but thrnuRhout the world. "The averase market difference in quo tations between raw and mined sugars lor the year 11)13 Is "7.2 cents per hundred pounds, as against 87.9 cents per hundred pounds for the year 1V12. resulting In u decreased profit to this company as com pared with the preceding year of about 10 cents per hundred pounds of sugar, or approximately 83,000,000 on the company's total output." BUSINESS TROUBLES. JIKVItV 1 W. POGCK.VUL'ItG, dl.r In notp.m at 3f B.isl 'f nty-lrfhth Hreet. haa filed a lisuUi.ii In bankruptcy Rich llabllhlea of t?7.9t2 und un. i.f S1C.157. Among the creditors are l'ltUuuruh i-tfe Insurance und Trust Cimp.ir.y IC.0I4, n'curiu, Istwyera Mortk'tte Cimuany. Is. Cuo. necur.il. ratate nf 11. y w. Per entiUrK 16.0'ju, a.-cured, and Prudential ' -I.tfe Insurance Comp.iny. f1,?l7. aecurd. J He b.tan luln on jnniixry 1. lwo EM W. MATTHEWS. trptitr or Mlilille- iun. . i in iiiki a petition In i-unK-rupl-y her.- ltli ilabllltlra of 11, oil and aasf.a of t'SSZ In ucoount",. Tin; sAsiTAitv niiuuiNa oompanv. Hcherlulfa In hankruptry of the Sanitary Jl.xiillni: Company of S24 West Twenty thlril ir,. slmw llaullltlea of IU.034 Hinl aneta of 1C.50O. All tho property haa idnco been aold by the receiver for 11,800. THi: STAB I'MTHIIILU COMPANY, INC. .KUieitulm In bankruptcy uf ali Stur Um brella lompany, Inc. of iSl Wooater atrcel alinw IMbllltlca of J17.C45 and aaeta of SC.9I4 TOCKMAN A OCTTIVOBH. Schedults In b.nkrupicy of Stoikni.iii A Oettlnser. manufacturera of picture frame i at 237 Iafatle atrt. ,how lUbllltUa of 813,41 und aafeta of M.004, PH11.11' CAHP. Schedule In bankruptcy of Philip Turn, dfjltr In rloaka. fulla and furji at 3 Av.-nue A. nhow llabllltlaa of 14.640 and atteta or 12,90(1. JOSHI'lI AHO-AHAll .lurico Hourh hat ppolntert Htrntril .t, HacCorry ruatadltn for Joaepli Abo-Arab. U-aler In dry coofa jt Oa Washlnston aireeti bond. 1500. JIoVICKAII.fiAll.tAUI nilAJTV COM. tPA.VY. Judre Houch haa jrant1 an ordr fivr I In rxamlnailon of William 1). (lalllnrd. Lesar Walker, Oeorc Crev. ilnx. formerly urealdent, cretary and treamrfr of th ll'Vlrkur-flalllard llealiy Company of 42 llnaulwuy, and Marlon 11 Onlllard, before Alexander Ollchrlat. dr., aa peclal master at the Innanca f petlilonlnr creJItora. L'redilora sak for an 'xamlii Hlon to aArertaln the con dition of the company, aa they had been dvlsed t,hat the net are very small. They wer alo Informed that the com pany save a chattel mortfe.t-e on the ofllce furnllurr of the nevtral offlcet to Marlon II Ralllard and thai ,the com pany save mnrtirurfa to oilier perrnna fcecrfruimr liu.ooo on personal and real IHle In Nrir Vnrlt ami r.a? Jr, , aind thai out of the money received from the 140,000 mort-aea preferential pay. tnrnfa were made, .Hid there la left on .lrpo.lt onlv 1100 Crulltora whoae clalma irsreunie f Jo 000 aald at recent meet Ins of crulliera Hint they failed Io under Hand the pmenl rnndltlon of the com sianr, and the niertlnt drciaed to.havt a thorourh examination of tha offlcexa f the company , FINANCIAL ROTES. J. . Morgan Co and TTarrla. Porbea I Co. have purrhared ts.fOO.opi) f,w Tor Italt Hallvay ronerdldated 4 4 par cent, icnda. )ilch are redeemable st 104 and nterest on any Inter.! date at alxty dart lollre. The art to bt ottered thortly. It t tald, at 10. "The Year llook of American Bacurltle" wM'h haa Juai t'n Iwued nd rnntalnt rtatlstlcj rcenrdlnr corporations, mttsla trade, nropa. Ac. la published by the Bt iurllea Preaa Company TVIIIUm 11 1 . .... u -...--.urn, vi .,,-1 n-ir-rkanta.tacledt Hunk. ft. Louis, hat been '"' uirecmr or in nt, touit. Iron 1euntaln and Southern Hallway, tucottdlog IX U ttarlton, rttlgntt. TIE BO8T0H XA1XET. Boston, March 11. The local market was active with a generally easier tone. The weakness In American Bugar und the strength In New Arcadian were tho features, the latter advancing a point to the former weakening 3U to 97 M, with a recovery of a point at the close. Wolverine, on light transactions, lost n point to 46, Uranby Consolidated ad vanced li to 85, while Ilay Consolidated strengthened 1W to 21. Chlno Copper and Hancock each gained 4 respectively. In the rails Boston and Maine lost 1 to 3W. while New Haven weakened n point to 9U, In the Industrial list United Krult advanced ? to 186. while American Woollen preferred gained U to 78. Island Creek CdUl and Massachu setts Gas preferred gained 11. New Kng land Telephone and Telegraph lost a point to 138. Ths summary: BONDS. . . , Open- IIIh- Low. Clot Seles. Inc. est. est, Inf. 81TW1 Am T a Tool 4s... MS H M H im AnTITn 1141.. 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Ut HI 1I7M 117; t3 lut Bu'lonhole...... t t to: Mmi Ost ' m r: i i;i Msm o. pf 944 K o.i M 13 McKllruIn lat pf ...101 1C1 1-11 101 4 N K Cot Tarn 24 54 '.4 :4 M y I T a T IN 113 V-l in No- TVxas lr. lvs in. vv. loc lMllmtn l"S V 1M4 S4 wlfl A Co W li IK", lrtil, IT, Torrlnt-lnn ti i 2W 34 100 tfnltfd Krult 14 li le liS 171 tint Shoe Mseh.... SI4 CS fi r.4', ITU lint Shoe Mach pf., 4 4 46 U S 9ie1 US U u. (S "V''g&F M0 Adventure IH IH IVi IH CAtimeek tK, hs 91 840 Alsakt Goli :i4 n4 51 Vi Tl 4fi Allouts 401 40V 40 40 1C Amalraraatad 74U 744 nv 734 CO Am Zinc HS I'S 170 Arliana Cons 64 4 t4 &4 200 Banansa 60 ,0 .10 .10 va Iiutte-Kalsk 3 3 3 3 IS3 Tlntte A Sup X 54 34V B HI Cal A Arliona H 07 w, tt lSCal A Heela CI 424 iU K4 30 Centennial 1S UK KM Ii 103 initio 4i, 4n 414 il'i 1 Conper RsnfO.. 34 If 34 SI :o ifaiTvieii .... tni r.t Butte.... 1-. rranklln It", dranbr M renen ... 14 Hnnecck ... IS ... HS ... C'a ... M ... s: .... 14 :S 2S 2S i:s us 1:4 4 Ca 4S U4 K 134 37 4 :i. 1)4 14 "4 :i4 :$4 :S4 174 174 174 100 Helle7 Gold "4 210 Inaiilratlon Cons... 174 3 I C Coal 471, 70 lale KoTSlt 'i 70 Keweenaw 44 4,--i 474 4,, f Ike Conner S . . 223 Mi Cont SS 24 24 rj Marnower s S S S Vi Miami 234 2-IS U4 23, 120 Mohawk 42 414 4:'4 43 to Nevada Cona 154 U4 14 Wi 87 w New Arcadian SS at, CS c in Nlplatlnr - ( -U 4 9-11 , -JA North Butte tS 24S 2s 30 Ofil Colons 3 15-1 3 16-11 3S H X Old Dominion (24 c:4 1:4 e4 1M Pond Creek Coal... IIS US 14 1S '. VnliicT ct4 CI4 614 14 213 Bar Cons '.'1 VIS 21 21S 1?) Shannon 04 64 4 14 IV. ShalUlck-Artl 2 23 23 21 :w -Sep A Boaton .S 2S 2 S M Aiirrlor 29S 2SS S S 290 Tamarack 4v4 It 40S 40 s SO'luoluran 70 . 73 .70 ,71 32f. If (4 Smelting....... 40 , 40 3S 40 Ul It at Smelting pf... II I 41 474 4! lit Utah Cont 11 11 104 10U 10 Ulali Copper U C4 M (4 2) Vtrtorlu l l lt-14 1 i 4) Winona 44 44 44 44 1? Wolverine IK 44 44 11 Wrsndot 14 IS 14 111 KAILKOAD STOCKS. 10 Boaton A Wor pf... l 39 S s too Urrct Nor rta, 1 11-10 1 1115 1 11.33 1 11-14 SHoston A Alb.mT...l-v4 1144 104 H'-4 31 lloiton Elerateu.... '4 i! V X Hi Ubttori A Maine.... Xi'i 34 Ms Mllotton A Me pf.... eo ) M IJ io cm Ju.nct pf 14 io4 umi; io;4 M ruchburr pf 'o so o w '. (la Kr A Elec 1204 :-4 13)4 i4 w Maine Central 3 M 93 32 Mats F.le: pf C3 (1 1 i IM7 New Haven S 704 4'i tl'i 1 Nor N H ex olT...lof. los l-M ik, 2 Vrrmo'U A Maa...l u 20 1M SI TK nud 75 73 72 75 W3M fMt Union rlt.. . .16 .22 .15 .19 cukb rrocKs. axxvso price. Bid. Aike4L Bar State Cm 13 .14 Bohemia 14 IS Boaton Ely IS .to Calm eras 1 3-14 IMS Chief Conr 1 1 1-11 Cons Ar.'iona 41 ,C1 Barla-Dilr 1S r; . Kirit Nitimial 2 U-H 3 1C-H Goldfleltl Con IS 14 Ia Row IS l'l M airline 2C ,3 Mexican Metala 23 .'.4 Netads Duuslaa 90 .99 New Ualtic 2S 2T Ohlj 54 .SI Oneon 14 is llTin 11 ,:i Stulh 1.1 a 4 64 Un Verde Kxtenalon !2 ,U. KUMELY'S 1300,000 DUE TO-DAY. Tea Dara af Grace on Interest Pay saent Esptrea. It was announced yesterday that to day Is the last of the ten days of grace given to the M. Humely Company to pay thu 8300,000 Interest on the 810,000,000 t per cent, notes which fell due on March 1. The Interest la payable semi-annually. Hankers who have been Interested tn the company and membera of tho note holders' committee nald that they believed tho In terest would be paid. It was assorted that about 8t per cent, of the 810,000.000 6 per cent, convortlblo notes due March 1, 1913, which the com mittee Is endeavoring to get the holders to extend until March 1, 1918. had already been deposited. It Is believed that more are on the way und that the remainder will soon agree to tho extension. A short time ago Clarence runk, presi dent of the company, said that unless the notes were extended tho bankers would not lend the company the 84,000,000 It needs for working capital this year, nor would they see to the payment of the 8300,000 interest on the notes which fell due March 1 this year. THINKS MR.TH0RNE WILL AGREE President Wlllard Not Wnrvlctl Onr Oppntltlan (a Inercsuta, Daniel Wlllard. president of the Balti more und Ohio Itall road and chairman of the committee of fifty-two Eastern railroads which are seeking a 6 per cent increase In freight rates, spoke optimis tically yesterday regarding the requested advance. Mr. Wlllard aald that so far Clifford Thorn of the Iowa State Com mission wna the only man who had seri ously opposed the proposed advance. "Mr. Thome." said Mr. Wlllard. "has admitted that If It can be ahown that tho railroads are facing a crisis they ought to be relieved In the Inter outs of the pub lic. He has not suggested any manner for ao doing, nor haa he criticised effec tively tho plan proposed by tha railroads to far as I know, "I believe that the ganeral publio Is less opposed to the small advance In freight revenues than to the various other plana for Increasing the revenues of the railroads which havt been suggested dur Ing the past week." IKFERATO! OFF FOB NEW YORK. Una Brtatrlasj Manr Htrtables First Tri of 4be Sesutm. Hambuso. March It. The Imperator of tha Hamburg. American Line sailed to day on her first trip of the season for New York with well filled cabins. Among her paaaengert are Mrs. John Astor, Air. ana Mrs. John Haya Ham mond. Mrs. n. E. Btrawbrlda-e. Prank Harper, P. W. McClellan. E. 13. Blake. Francis Coin Mrs. W. E. H. Mastey and tha Misses Dorothy and Madeline Massay, unavriea meanway ana cnaries A. Whcla: and fasnlly. BETHLEHEM STEEL MAKES HUGE GAIN Net Profit of 98,530,708 Is Over 70 Per Cent Greater Than in 1912. EARNS 27.44 ON COMMON Increase From 6.86 Per Cent, in Preceding Year To Work Chilean Mine. The Bethlehem Steel Corporation, In line with all the more Important steel companies of the country, haa returned a report of operation! for 1913 showlnr a year of fTeal prosperity. The net manu facturing profit of 18,880,708 was the greatest In the history of the corporation and an Increase of 83,083,884, or mora than 70 per cent., over 1912, the best pre vious year. The surplus available for dividends on the preferred and common stocks was 85,122,703, on Increase of 83.089,082. Thla Is equivalent to 7 per cent earned on the preferred and 27.44 per cent on the com mon, against 7 per cent on the preferred and 6.88 per cent, on the common In 191S. A dividend of C par cent.(on the preferred was paid during the year, ugalntt no pay ment In 1912, The common advanced 24 points to 44i yesterday. Out of the balarice of 84,377,303 of earnings for the year the company charred off the larce eum of 13,180,740 as discount on securities. The surplus for the year was 1 1.1 98.682, maklns the total surplus 82.214.617. During the year de preciation charges out of earnings were $1,272,269. an Increase or 8481,691. "The substantial revival In business ac tivity which developed during the latter part of the year 1912," says President C M. Schwab, "continued during the earlier part of the year 1913, and tha results of the operations for that year wera ex tremely satisfactory. "Throughout the year careful consider ation haa been Klven to the great engi neering problems connected with tha de velopment of the ore mines In Chile, men tioned In the lust annual report, and satis factory plans for the economical mining of this ore are now In concrete shape and the actual work will be vigorously prose cuted. The explorations carried on dur ing the year have shown evidences of quantities of ore even greater than here tofore anticipated and the large expendi tures that must be made for the proper development of these properties la there fore fully warranted." SL0SS SHEFFIELD CO. GAISS. ICaraa 2.011 Per Cent, on Cosasaon Acnlnat O.M4 Per Cent, tn 1013. The Sloes-Shettleld Steel and Iron Com pany reportn Improved earnings for the year ended November 30, 1913. The sur plus of 3209,466 available for dividends on the common Is an Increase of 8136,211 over 1912, and Is equivalent to 2.09 per cent earned on the common, against 0.36 per cent tn 1812. Grora sales were 38.326,564, an Increaa of 326.835. Net earnings Increased 3143.167. President J. C. Maben In hla report says : "The output of your furnaces shows a small Increase over that of 1912. At tho beginning of the year we had 22,1500 tons of Iron etored on the fumaoo yards belonging to the company. At the close of the year this hod been Incressed to 5,000 tons and since then to 75,000 tons, owlnc to the slack demand." LAUD PRESENT CREDIT SYSTEM. Bastness Men Protest Asratnst Prt poaed Chanties. The weight of opinion at tls bearing before tho Merchants Association yester day on tho quality of coiruruirelal per desirable under the ourrency tovteiti wis lodecd Rerainst a cnaniro from Hm ipnwent ono naino p-xpe-r atnmlnrd and cash Ty mcnls to two name Wiper. Moro than ISO rerireJ'entatl-e of mer cantile und manufacturlnaf ooncernti were present, rnot of them uutlvely ornwelng tho Clwrlnc Houso committee's rnoom mendRtlon for a return to the oM nyatem of two name paper. On it vote) tuken at fhe end of the session 39 out of 49 mn voting oppoewrl tlie Clearing Houiee rocommendations and bdvueatod the retention of the ipreaent system of one name paper. The merchants and manufacturers! ar gued that credit would toe restricted and business hampered greatly by a two ruvne commercial paper standard In line where the -lkr dealt with large numbers of huyere of comparatively rcnall ainounts of Rood'. Iti many c.isen tt would be Impossible for the iimaU buyer to get credit It was arsuwl. Tlie mass of small paper and detail work that wuuld ooroe upon the btnk with a two name paper stand ard, it -was said, would make business very ponderous. It was afeto said that it paper 'for dis count under tho currency syntom were to bo rc'Strlcttvt entirely to that nnswl fin roods the buslneats of the country would be severely crippled, aa In times of dulnren factories liorrow on rmyrouji. I'apcr for this purpose, It was eald, would be shut out If a strict adherence to tha use of paper based on commodities were followed. E. D. Page, chairman of the committee on commercial law, presided. No repre sentative of the Clearing House appeared at the meeting. Among thota present were : Leonard Paulson of Paulson, Llnkrom Co., cotton yam: Bernard U Tim of the Hlrsch Lumber Company, Charles A. Pener of the Nw York Mackintosh Com pany, Charles A. Conant R- D. Hlrsch. A. Btjur of K. Hosenwald Co., Jess I. Straus, It H. Macy Co. ; Perctval Kuhne, Knauth. Nachod & Kuhne; Donald McKesson, McKesson A Bobbins: Lewis U. Plorson, president Austin. Nichols A Co., Inc. ; J. II. Case, Farmers Loan and Trust Company; Lawrence Chnmberlln, Kountzn rtrod : G. Elliott Chapln. Wasting house Fleet rlc and Manufacturing Com pany; K. A. De Lima. Hattery Park Na tional Hunk; It. H. Dey, treasurer Fred erick Loeser A Co. ; Oeorge W. Dlckarman, Remington Typewriter Company; Alexan der L. Dommerlch, I.. V. Dommerlch Co., and Oeorge M. Hard, chairman Chat ham and I'henlx National Bank. tleferees AppslateeL Pupreino Court By Justice Cohalan liattan Pnvlnsa Inatllutlon vs. Hutkoff, Charles II. Murray. Hy Justice Ulea-trlch Matter ef Rarptr, Ptinenli IngraliMm. By Justice injur Tardnra vi. Powers, Oeorgt C. Howard. Hy Juetlre Pae Kiddle vt. Price. Edward T. lllncox: Norden va. Norrten. Kdwartl II. Chlldas Uffman va. Lockwhttt Oompany, Ir. win Kuril; Ver IManck Katatea vt Comfort llenlty Compony, Vanct Hewitt Ver Planck KHtatea vt. Hostnberg, Vanct Hewitt; Vtr IManck Estates vt. New York Heal Fatats and Hecurlty Company. Vance Hewltti O'aen vt. Henderson ftwo cttet), Erneet It, Hck ley; Hohlt vt. Kane. Hldney Harris; Malltr vs. Arnold, I'linenti Ingraham; Hrlnniar v. Acker, Frederick C. Oladdto; mstttr ef Young, Martin Btxs, Reoelrrrs Aapslsted. Buprtms Court By Justice Pags-Jalla Murphy vs. Ftllct Orsnust A4troa A. rlo-berg. 00U1T CALENDARS THIS DAT. NEW TOItK COUNTT,' Buprtms Court Appellate DlvWon Bs fort lngraham, PJ.l McLaughlin. Laughlln, Hcstt and Hoichklat, JJ. Court eptna at J P. M. No day calendar. Hupremo Court Appellate Term Ittcyta flupremt Court Special TermPart 1. -Hefort rasa. J, Motion calendar called at 10:10 A. M. Supreme tlourt Special Term Part 11. Bsfort Oohalan, J. Court opens at 10:38 A. M. Ex psrtt matters. Supreme Court Special Term Part III. Before Oreenbaum. J. Motlosa. Preferred causes Nos. 3W, 163, 13IC. Oentral calen darNot. til, SOI. 116. lltl. 47, till, 1S0J, U64. 1418. J 11. 14I, 108. 1844, 817, S7, 18. 1877, 111. 610. Clear. Part v. Before l'bllbln. J. Cste un part vi. uerort iwancnare. j. v;irr. Part VII. liafara Wetka. J. Case un- Clauses te bo ttnt from Part III. to Partu V., VI. and VII for trial. Buprtmt Court Trial Term Part II. Before Uleterlch. J. Not. 3102. lltl, lC0, HIS. 37, J15. 1140. 3on. Case unnnlthed. Part III. lltfore Nswburger. J, Nos. 315. 1154. 3111. 2107, 3712. S7II. 2117, 3718. 2117. 1475. 871. 3418, 1127, lltl, 1111. 3714. Cats unfinished. .... Part IV. Before Psndltton. J. Net. 1711, 8113. IH. 3181. 3488, Sill. 1617. till, 373. Case unfinished. .... .... part v. Harare rem. J. noa, iwsa. aav. 1310. 3318. 1113. 1314. 1811, 3610, 3137, 3711. 377. 3772. 2531. Clear. . .... Part VI. Befere tluy, J. Net. 1110. 3137. 286.1, 2463, 2484, 3071, 3331, 2734,. 2134, 3843. Part VII. Before Hendrlck, J. Not. 1704. 3170, Cm,. ilSt, 34(3, 2416, 2I7. Cats un nnlthed. Part VIII. nefsrs davecan. J. Ad journed until Monday. March 1C. 1114. ran ix. AUjournea until monany. aiarcn 14. im part X. Bafort Whltaker, J. Not. 3113. 2401. 3107. till. 1ST9. I3I. 80, 2714, 2711. I860, 3116, :J1. 6378, (ISl. 2110. sen, 3101. Csat unfinished. Part XI. Btfors Ertsngtr. J. Not, (014, 801. 1173. ti'.l, 117. 2300, 3130, 2t7C, 3271. 3413. 1107. 3SI7, 3148. 347, 2811, '3677. IH. ll. 3TI, 2183. 2131. 8488, 211. Cast unnnlthsd. , Part XII. Adjourned until Monday. March tl, 1114. Part XIII. Adjourned until Monday. March 1. 1914. Tart XIV. Before Platiek, J. No. l(l, 1(11. 1711. 1723. 1741, 1110. 1711. 1117. 1702 !4, 1733. Clear. Part XV. B4fors Dufro, J. Noa. 1448. 171. 1,3. Cat Unnnlthed. Tart XVI. llefnrt Oelany. J Noa 1ASI, 1314. 1117, 2411. 1610. 1(11. (34, 1112. Caa unfinished. Part XVII. Before Geff, J. rsoa. lots. I(C. 410. 1674. 1194. 1117. 211. Cats un Cnlahsd. Part XVIII. Before Doimtlly. J. Noa 1331, 1337. 1221, 1221, 1230, 1780, (78, 114, l(l(, 611. 1117. Id, till. 101. Illl. 1643. 1144, 1116, 1510. I860, 110. Inquest No. till. Cat unfinished. Burrerata'a Court fhamfoera Before Vow- Itr. 8. Bstats ef Edward U. Hatch. Wills for probate Margaret Uarvln. Annts Dia mond. Catherine MoOowaa, Edward A. Pennlman. Aloyeluk Dunne. Mary J Mark ham, 8. beatrlot Bennett David Horn. Fanny Dohert.", Elenerah 1. Msrtlndale, Fannin uoidman. T. sanrora neaty. unariet M. Adams, Patrick J. Mulllane. Bartholo meo Cronln. at lt:IO A. M. tijrrof ata'e Court Trial Term Before Cohalan. a. Court opens at 10:31) A. M. Contested wills Not. 3118, 14C. at 10:30 A. M. City Court Special Term Part I. Before Flnalite, J. Court opens at -10 X M. Mo tions. Part II. Before Lynch. J. Court opens at 10 A. M. Ex parts matters. City Court Trial Term Irt I. Before La. Fetra. J. Sot. 7544, f.:iJ, 1214, (554. m?, S7. 1575. 4571. 4406"-,. (Oil, CIO. 110,, 0(12. 641J. CJ4, S4JJ, 4S44, 150. .:, 80. 1311. 1114. 6411. lltl. 441s. C4U. 1I3. ttit. (113. (11$. C(I7. ((HI. Siil. ((70. ((71. (::. ((73. ((74, ens. (Ct, :f. ((7i. 19. ((10, (41. (:. C4I3, ((II. (OS, (III, ((17, (ll, ((SI. CII0. (111. ((12. ((3, Illl, ((:, ((Id. (OS, (700, 71, (703, (704. (705, (110, (Ul. Clear. Part II. Befora Smith. J. Bhort cauaee No. (7:. (it.:. (st. (ito. (!. esr,?. cs:i. (tie; ((37. aa. i4i, (no. (ici, t;i, 7(i, (117, 0110, (921, (115, (117. CIKS, lt, (411. (901. (104, (907; (101, (0, (911. (914. Case unflnlshel. Part III. Before Schmuck. J. Clear. Part IV. llefnrt O'D-wyar, C. J. Clear. Part V. Before Hansom, J, Cms un finished. Part VI. Before Datehantv. J. Clear. Part VII. Before McAvoy, J. Cut un flnlahed. Part VIII. Before Green. J. Clear. Caus: to b sent from Part I. to Parts III., IV., V.. VI.. VII. and Vm. for trlaJ. KINGS COUNTT. Supreme Court Appellstt Division See end Judicial Dtpartmtnt. Befora JenUi. P. J.; Hurr. Carr. Rich, atap'.eton. JJ. Enu merated day calendar. Cuurt opens at 1 P. M., Borough Hall. Brooklyn. Nns. 2(. (1. 1(9. 1!?. 1(0. 111. Ul. Hi. 117. 111. 119, tai. its. tas. is9. &oo. :oi. Kuprsme Court Kprclal Term TrtH'.a. fort Crant, J. Court opn at 10 A. M. cltnlsr. Not. 141. 74!. IIS-4-5. 751. 7S3. 711. 910-911. 912-913. CI4. 377. 1.1!. A4- SI. .10. t. 544. 41" 2. S44. i. He- 670. 144. 209. Ill, 419, 431. (71. Hlshest number reached on the rtfular call 761, Supreme Court Trial Term. Port I.. Kelly. J.; Part II.. Clark, J.; Part III.. A- Slnall. J.: Part IV.. Garrttson. J.; Part V.. ouader. J.; Part VI., Van Widen, J. Court pena at 10 A. M Day calendar Nos. S9I5. 1IIS. 31(1. 2430. 302S, 30t. :I39. I0K, f0i. 3015. 3050, JOS. 1051. Suit. 3070, 9071. 3073. 37(. 3040. 3011. S0I3. SOI4-30I5, S ! S 2 -S 1 8 3. r.lSl, 5911. !. 1017, 30S4, 3090. 1091. M2. 3093. 3001. ;100, 3101. 5103. 3101. 3104. 310, l(. 10(3-10(4. 1305. The following cau.es. It marked ready, will te paseed for tke day. Ne csune will ta eel down for a day upon this call. Noa 1ISI. 3437. 2472. Il'jO. 447. 31(0, 3140, 1416. 2213. 2S55. 3111. 3114. 3113. 3114. 3117. 3111. 3120, 31:;. 31:3, 3134, 3113, 31 H. 3127. 3131. 3129, 3133. 3135. 3134. lOcSl. :i9s. 3137. 3131. 3139. 3140. 3141, 3142, 314. 3144, 3145, 314(. 3149. 3151. 2793. 3055. 1132. (III. 14S6. Hl(hent number reached on ret ular call 3153. County Court Part IV. Heforo Dike, J. Court opene at 10 A. M. Civil calendar Nos. ilSf, 3159. 24(4. 24 SC. 3311. 23(4, 2111. 3101, 2411, 2473. Heaervrd rftlendar marvsd ready and paasaa until wo:.ua. March 16. nil. C&unty Court Criminal Calendar For Trial, Court opena st 10 A. M. Part I. Before Niemann, J, August M. Price, grand lar ceny; Thomas J, Dennehy. grand larceny; Harold J. Friedman, grand larceny; Hilva tora Martno altaa ftalvatnre Pasta. Fran cesco Ituparello. grand larceny; John Jour ton. assault: Hdwln McGarry atlaa Edward Meflarry. carrying danserout uenpon; Mm. utl (Hickman, rbpe, aMu Ion and aeenult: Charles N'apoll. carr) In; danxvroua --.capon. Part II. Before Daker. J David Pilsner, Rainuel Pilsner, seeault: Arthur fiiilllvan, burglary, grand larceny and receiving; f'lory Pelodoro. rape, aasault and abduction; Michael McNamara. burglary, grand larceny and receiving; Mlchnel McNamara, rrand larceny; Michael J. Madden. Nicholas Kelly, Arthur I'oweil. Jm cauavan. curgiary, John Laplla. seduction. Part III. Before Southard, J, .tamea Burle. burglary, ernn.1 larcenr and k.nuilt; Chaflet F. Clark, bigamy; Vnltr Conrad, rtcetvlng and petit lurceny: Charles lliirton. manalaurhter: Michael Pedro alias Mich. el Petro, robbery, grand Inrreny and receiving; Wlllltm N. Wagner, rrand larceny. Rurrogate's Court Ueforo Keicham. H Court optna st 10 A. M. tn Iht Hall of llerorda. ttcond floor, Calendar WIIIh of Catharlns Anderson. Anna Hendkln. Maria Funsch nnd Hamuel Tompkins. Adminis tration of Abraham Fertile. Accountings In tht estates nf Mnrraretta Barker, James Roas. Louis Meyer, Thomas Ktnaella. J. W. t.ltteniore, John Murphy. Anna K. lllselnn, Catharine Bulllvan, Mary Ost, Juinea Iji mont. Lena Blmowlta James Cliappeln. Oinr lottn Wilson and John Springsteen. Estates of Gluseppa Monaco. A. II Wilson. Joseph Mahtr. Joseph Oatorlt, Susanna Hanr and Maatmtllan Lang, QUEENS COUNTT. Svrprtmt Court Trial Term Held In the County Court Houne In Long Island City. N. T. Court opena and calendar called in Part I. at 10 A. M. nefora Manning, J. Noa. 370. 811. 3tla. 814, ISO, 113. Oa-'M. 811. 317. 811. 396. 391a. 394. 191. 317. The fol lowing causes If marked ready will be paeeed for the day. No caur will bt set for a day on thla oaH. Noa. 394. 853. 917. 61a. tin. 27. II, (1. 461, 463. 403. 414, 44C, 401, 407 407a. 401. 469, 410, Highest number reached on the general calendar Is 410, County Court Criminal Term Before Humphrey. J. Court opens tr.d calendar called at 10 A M. Assistant District Attor neys In charge. Dana Wallace and Wallace Drerfooa. Not. (UU, 4133J, 4170J. f.7SlU, 4I67B. BRONX COUNTY. Surrogate's Court Before Pchuls. 8, Let ters of administration granted Jamea P. Darroeh .to Ells Uarroch, Juliana Dill to Otto Dill, Aiigutt Pchnltrr to Paul n. Hchnttgsr. Letters of administration decree? ttgned William F. Irving to Catherine Ad loin. Morris Lesser to Bessie fchapp, Kllil,. btth A. Dtmptey to Patrick Lenlhan M ward O. O'Brien tn Michael J. O'Brien and Edward G, J. MrMenamln, Conrad F Jung to Andrew C, Jung Estate of Barnet noori. order signed, Applications for letters of guardianship, decrees elgned Dertha Zelch. ner to Otto A. Ketentaum. Frederick St. Hanken to Agnet W. Han ken. James Pwn burn to Puaau Bwlnburn. Jant Hwtnburn to Fuaan Bwlnburn, Josephine Srlnbu'n to BiMtn gwlnbyrn. Letters of gusrdlanshlp Issued Anna V. Retlly lo Tliomae J, Me. Ilrath. Veronica M Hellly to Thomas J, McQrath, John J. Bellly to Thomas J Mc Orath, Alfred E. Pergal to Hussite Berke. Inslsr, Loult C. Bergtl to Busette Berktmtltr, Coart of Appeals Calentlar. ALBANY? March 11. Court of Appeals calendar for to-morrow I Noa 484. kit, 4:4, 811, 441 and 418. IT, S. Buierasas Oasrt CaUaCar. WASmNOTON. tarch 11 Day eall In tht .Hupreme Cnurt for March lat Noa 218. til, :i, XIO. 271, til, Sit, IIS, :i and 888. AMERICAN TOBACCO CUTS STOCK MELON Final Distribution Act Per formed in Distribution of Imperial Shares. NET EARNINGS SHRINK $1,368,176 Less Than for .1912, Although Total Sales Rose $1,566,675. A final essential In the dissolution of the old American Tobaco Company tinder the decree of the United Stales Circuit Court was carried out yesterday In the declaration by tho directors of u special dividend to the holders of Its common stock In the form of the stock of tho Imperial Tobacco Company held by the American. The directors announced that the dis tribution would be In the approximate pro portion of nlne-tentha of a share of Im perial stock to every share of American stock. The exact ratio of distribution of the 360,729 shares of Imperial held makes tho formidable fraction 360,7:0-401, S2I of u share to bo received by each ehara of American. The value of the melon Is problemati cal. There are practically no open sxlc.1 of Imperial. Its par vuluc la 1, but the value of 2 Cs., or over 811, waa considered by the directors of the Arncr,' cun Company an "unnttrnctlve" figure for Its disposal to other stockholders of tho Imperial. The distribution ts the final act In the original plan of corporation dissolution, now recognized us the mild, method, whereby usets of a corporation wera allowed to bo distributed to the stock holders pro rata. Ufiltcd States Supreme Court dissolutions subsequent to the To bacco and Standard OH cises refused u, acknowledge this principle. The American Tobacco Company had until January 1, VjIZ, to dispose of Its holdings of the stock of Imperial knov.ii as 11 deferred ordinary shares. The distribution U to stockholders of record April 1. Although the total ales of tho Ameri can Tobacco Company were 81.0fi6,i".7S larstr In tlie year ended December 31, 1813, than In 191" tho net wirr.lr.gs showed a tkreafe of S1.36S.174 and the 811. 313.076 balance after tint nayme-nt of tire- I ferred dividends wan wjual to only 2M2 I per cent, on th 84U.'J4 3.400ccirranoni4took, us enmpured with 12,V43.t!C:. or 30.42 mr cent., earnisl on the bamo stock in 1012 and 4.7 cirni-.l In litll. Total etaleji were (69.5 16.932. agalrut 867.J50.257 In 1'.'12, -with net earnings of 88.75S.709. as comparud with 810.113, 885. Tlie company'!, total Income wiji 814.721.635, axaitist 815.930.6C3. After the payment of the common dividend. . there runialned a Kiirplui of n, '.Iti?, .';, a? Inst 89,224. 4S2. A total of 88.048.480 , w paid In outmnon dlvldenda tn 1913. agatnst 83.01S.UU In 1912. The total surplus wan 843.340.t4C. ai. compared with 849,319.530 In 1912. I-Vl-liming the payment of extra conrmcm dividend.-) amounting to 8S.03ti.3fiO them re mained a profit and loss inirpltis of 827, 304.287. aa compared with 840.071.OS0 on December 31, 1912. Nleatushlp Csntpsnlps Inillrtrd. j Uohton, March 11. Indlctmenta wits I returned liero to-day acalnst the Ham-burj-'-Amerlcan I.lne und the O.-eanlc , 1 Steam Navigation Company on charges ) f failing to prevent aliens from landing in violation of ths Immigration laws. i CUNARD rANTCST STRAMRKs I.V IIIG WORLD Liverpool Service NrXT II.IM.S I MAURITANIA - Mir. 17, VZ. 1 LUSITANIA - -Uu. 31,?... Wl'li K's-1 liii'll' ta I'lbllt, A HI) fLr LONDON, PARIS. BERLIN. VIENNA .1 f r.,Ii2,.,'A,?rr6-ss.m' 1 1 HCIT1HII Apr.31 yiUBCTAUII ADr. 7. LUwIISRIH si's.. St. I !.n-","m,, P-M.lyiHDETlWI8Apr.aH. rr'nfa-.Ae 11 1 ami nawamsniss p. M. I t-'aassaala.Apfll.tlpml t'arppanla4aS,tP,aL I 'I'll... tfuiriiftouu fast noui.J Tr New Mafrnitse-etni- "AQUITANIA" June 10, Jul 1, Jul 22, August 26 Great Britain's Largest Ship The Embodiment ef the I Proved Qualities of the ILnsstania" and "Mauretanla"; n Improvemenl upon Contemporaneous1 Pracllre In Shin Conitmttlcn. MEDITERRANEAN ADRIATIC SERVICE Madclra.tiluraliar. Alrleni. Uonacnor ticnoa.Na I plea, I'nlMf. Aleiamlrla, Trlolie. Klnme. I .,. hsILnga iiion. her Itinerary, fS8?,1A.,; ' r "'(l-ACONIA..:... April It CAHPAT1IIA... Mar.Hl.iA.iu.MA ., .Ayrll VI ' SPECIAL SPRING SAILING ! lr- EC IT! RP ANEAN IS. S. "Laconia" Sat.. April 11 I :.,!UtA.,:TA,!l M08IA81W. .NAI I HH. 1'ATIUS.lltlKSTti.od Flt'MK. Raand the World Trips, tT4.sg and np. I Npeclal thrnuili rtles lo Ktj-pi. India. Chlaa. Jatn. Usnlla Australia. New Zealand. Houui Africa and Moutli America, lndernlent tours I lo Europe, elc.. send for booklet Cunanl lours. pTs.WA V if s A 8?i to. Preauent ulllnrt fcr India. Chins, Japan. Aitttrailt P. a O. riU'W't """"KfilAN FJORD, ete.. jus U and SO. July 17, August 7. Iilnerarles now rradr. 14 Stele ireel, N v.. npiin.ite l.iery flood Tonr lo Europe-, (MO uo. rWAKK C. CUHIt, TlmeSlda.. New Vera. Torus. BERMUDA And Return $25 and up, Iorludlnr Uealj and Sitieroom. Hotel Accommodation Securei ornciAi. Aor.NT all links. TOUI13 AND TICKETS KVEKVUH.IHE. FRANK TOURIST CO. Tel. 48(0 Prsnklln. m Droadwsy. N. Y. CALIFORNIA Grand Canyon and Yosemite April J and May lf. fcff Csllfornla In Its levrlel season DestHoiels. Splendid Itineraries Throusa Csr Service Without Chaw' Snd fo- HooVlei, . v?AYf0Nn winvoMii co.. Mf-rifthAv. Tel 8?TflMttd.Sa. EASTER KPertsI 8 IC 9 Day Outinia P.. TOUR1 ifJWTotrV ,0'?ola" F-VROPrlAM R RHO RTA, OTilOTT. LONDON World-tamous pslm Oourt and Kctuurasi ram out Wlldanra .Waist dsMrsrtd b Chss, yob dtr Brk. II Park rE2 N. V, LARGEST STEAMER tth MEDITERRANEAN "- CELTIC VAPRIL 18 fNTKHESTINO ITINERARY. INCLUDING MADEIRA I BR ALTAR. ALOIER. NAPLEI, OINOA White is tar Line 9 Bro&dw.NewYork HAMBURG AkAMEfilWN f4xr8iettSS.Cb 443 Ship 1.417.710 in the TONS GOING OR COMING TRAVKL BT Wt-fcT Laiteit SteasaaSift "IMPERATOR" ( feet 8JV84W Test) March 2t, June 6, April IS, Jun27. May IS. Julr 18, asd regalarly taersafter. "VATERLAND" (M fMt-aS.fMMI Tsati June 16, August I, July 7. August 22, asd regalarly thereafter. LONDON, PARIS, HAMBURG aad Ins tlllraf Weldersee Mar. 14. 11 A U MIrtnrla s'ssprralor Amerlka Pres. r.rant Mat. IB. S P k! Mar. 31. I P M Mar a. 10 A M . Itar.ait. HA M J5nd caStn onlr. illamtiars direct Will leave from lirooklm Pier. MEDITERRANEAN Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers. Naples, Genoa . a. Hambarg April 4. S P. M a. ra. sltk April IS. I. V n. Pamhars U.iy 8 P. . ft. Mnltlie .. . .June s, 3 P. M Stam'rs leave from rtroolj,n Iter Will not call at Madeira or Alslerv From BOSTON to London, Parii.ambur' Hhaetta Mar. II, 10 A. M Iceland April JO. 10 A. M CRUISE TO THE1 WEST INDIES and PANAMA CANAL lacludlni a HIIF. TW.II" l Till. I'ANAI, VICTORIA LUISE APRIL 11 NORTH GERMAN LLOYD Urioi -Paris - Bretnei C.IScharnhortt. . .Mar. l'l li Prelum. ... Mar. Ill Pras Prledrlrh WIlhrlnt.Mar.ai 8unnprlaresstn 4cllle.,Mar. 34 tkalevr Wllli'oi d.tlrossMar.3l (s.Harharatia Apr. a Salle nt I A. U. ICVirrlca one MWn III). --fC'arrlrs no il) or ill) ijiblii-'Carrlce till and till) rabla (lllrcmen direct. Baltlnxirp-Hrrmrn dlrvrt. oso calilo till ttcilncedayw. Salllnre on SATt'iltiAV fnr THE MEDITERRANEAN Berlin. Mar. 14 Mar.7N Prlnrraa Irene fhe North Herman J lord if.!r- J?or' Pattnarre, PIrst C'aliln, Serond abln anu tJtrersse, In the. porl of New oTk rlurlna ISI3 than ant other Hoe. repeating Us narvrlloaa rertird if IBia. Throuih rates from EfvBt IhjIIb Indepsndsnt Trips, Araumlth I rirtt Clata Watrlal throuthout tZ9.t& A Vm B " asstr (ttfritJe 0,?!!atoS-.Ait.. ""J . t8, J. WEST INDIES SANDKrtso.V u hU.N, Oen. Aitv. State St. r any Steaniitilp Tlckei Agent. ' t'seful Map of Great Britain 8RRR. Also lllustrattd boos of tourt on tht I1RBAT WEHTP.KN RAILWAY of KN41Ln T. Katelay, Pen. At :0t ttli Ave.. New Vorlc PANAMA r.r.d W'rjti ! utt i.i ifi Lnlted ITult vorapany. ll lottery Place, N, y ..Av.STHO!,IKRICAN LINK MEIIITr.llHAN KANAUlil 4T80 Ji'ne'allj haturdai ' H&neaday Phelp. Hro. j Co., i; hatter" place ' FRENCH LINE. Oomparntt Uantralt TransatUntlsua Dlreei Lint Is Hat re Part, Vil,i otnsral Aitncr. ll StitTst.; y'' OLD DOMINION LINK To all polntt South and West. Hwrv ii'v.. 3P.M..Pltrai.NortB Hlv.r Tel 3 $0O KrV nit Mn ?f. T, Offlre, 801 fifth Ao at ltd HI. atxW 'SXtB. C C VlrTTlDl A 8 nice ta aj. i3. IV 1 vii Liuuu aw 1 APRIL 11 M 16 DAYS $145 up M Writs (or lnfcrmMlon. K Himborg-lmericin Line 41-48 B'eray. N. V. M "Phone ItOO J.'ctor White Star ?a.vi OLYMPIC Argil. IS MAX B MAI 3D Jt'NK SO JULY II Aid. s fla rlyaiMth.ChertMurf aad MautliaesMsa OTHBfl SArLiNay. M. Paat, Mar. 18, HAM! fhll'd'lp'la Aer.l Orranln.Mar. 20, 10 AM Oceanic Apr, American Line flteamer. Hler II Ve- York lee.lon Mvtrpoel, Nasi nsttle Mar. 181 Adrtatlc ...Apr. t Cedric Mar. ttiile .. .pr. Waataei Medl'emineaB Itatj. "neiple Mar. IITrellc Apr.l American N. V.-r'lyintailh-rlMrboiirg- Houthasasleat ONE CLASS CADIN ill) BEtlVlCE IUu M. Paul.... Mar. III New Vnrt... Mar.tl Oreanlr.. . .Mar. SOThlladelphla .Ani 1 Whits Star t.lns Sttar.tsr. I'ters 91 aVij. Atlantic Transport New Yarli f-aaclnn IMree-t, Pier S8. N. B. Mla'apallt, Mar II, 4 AMtMlnnew'savApr It MInet'hanH,l!!3rM;Mlniih ha.Arr II Red Star IVKR N. I . Lndoii Parts rta Dover Antwerp Ptalasd ....Mar. Ill lspUnel .. Mar.il Zelad. . . . .Mar. Sl'VadwIasd.V . A&. Lapland from Botton Mar. St. II nW PAssiaitiKlt orrit K. s nr.adwaj. vr. HARD HAVANA ad raatful bsctasae el iKa chariBt al Smaeal U sJ Excellent boteas. NASSAU ths tats el tha English CaJaeaal Gom stsat oi tha Bakamta, of en raaay stttc boat at a Wiata Retort. T Jsaats, eJiartsiaa aeoa! 8ft, I. ex. leasts, saso. Vkit both these places on our two wmIu' cruiae, $90. f tsswBt sstVass. U'me far salslSiiigelsaaiasiTt bossleti. NEW YORK ft CUBA MAIL S. S. CO. (Ward IJae) C-tral OtW Pier JA Fast West. New Yori Or Tidtsl Otsce. 290 Bioadwat, New ai EUROPE rive Series of SprlcK iLd v. cer Touro. Itlatmles lccli .e the best of lluropo. KuUr Is elusive fares. leliureU' tratl best leadership. Kiclu.lie f a. turct. Tha Acme of lj.se aim I nnsenlence lu Pleasaro Tras. el. lirly departures rta tht Mediterranean. Seud for Illustrated procram ITKAMMIIIP TICVKTS HT ALL LIM. THOS, COOK &, SON J45 lVti&j- (opp. City Hill Pk) :4 Flfir. Ave. (corner S9th St.) W3 Klftli Aw. (near eth ht.i lusi U.-oadnay (corcer "Id S I Full h INlfe Ul H LL1 Full Isttriastles s Ra'lasra ssd Holtlt .Kmsaiiuaai SLaarma cm co. Klr.U M a M . . - ririn asasua. tun jqih ilHCET laLtfllOUE MADX 80. 1690 , ..jfl-.'4 Male Mlrrrt. .s LUNIKIN PAnid- IIOTIT.ItnAU I ln -Screw halllnpi TucMsv I.N.AniaVm.llarJl.lOA!a'i()i,iim Apr a 1 UouWno, tPtynioutli and H.'i ii l-o snani. .var.i!4.ll)Ali.Nuorilaiii Arr 1 All N IO TO UKHML'ltA Id.ul Vaimtton I.ser. Ae n't" ,N" Y" "0l"", Tr,p ,n vr A!" NCA N III N AVIAN A.MKItlt'AN LIR . - ,,voUL,.,',''.,u N'siiilliiaiia. A. Z JOHNSON A CO.. lu . Aide.. . lr 'I T River Line Lv. PU-r 14. N. II., ft. Pulton M., .'.' , l IW p W. Mcamcra i'HDVII): a I'l.YMOlTH Orthritra on ee.ch NEW LONDON (Norwich) LINK Mi New London l.v. Pier 40, N It ft Is .'ell Ut , arek days only CIO P. M Pie If P. red St.. fj P il. Mr. ( 1 ClfAPlN and SJAI.Sr NEW HAVEN LINK i.v pier M. - s. II. I'htharlno St., HctL dills, S' " V ""J. IliCltAIIUPIXK. Ticketa, 4c, at III Uroadwav ni.r Tuurlst OfT.ci-aenct .it I'lcrt The -w I'lialand Steum.lilp I o. 'BOSTON lViirci.t r, .V.MOi I'm i l.f. ii. .- dlrn'i Outside Tun lli'rlli Malerv-no. V lhttl.r, Incliidlng ftumla), o.uu P M Krom Pier l'.i, K u. i-u,hi fl I' l"lt Tlcact Oftlre. SOD nmti v Uptown Tlcliel Otttcc. Il'wiiv rhe Public He Pleeeed " COLONIAL LINE BOSTON tlu Mnat C9 50 mi.,4 I all providence $1.60 Teelt dnji and .Sundays st 4 P V a, .i. ii.. roii vttst i Ilutslde llonms, SI.OII. Wliele" I oulpnie.il t'plown (iftlcc, II way A JM St n" 1 81AI.NE STt"IMI E aT .ia'lMP I l -fTJ . PORTIjAND s.t ntrect Itetween K:n viimis Reduced Fares lo AII Points If ''J.,, IASIUN aTEAMSIIIP 1AIK l ull '1" jay WSSL- . , , i , JatiitatiniiisssTtTrwirnriim-rniiiiir.