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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1814.
GIRL ACCUSED WITH
SEARS JABS 'ANGELS'
Tells Tlicm at Divorce Trial
' hlic'U fjivo Them Now
' i Clinncc to Watch.
will sail wrnr pastoh
Hail a Clia)cron Lust Time, She
Says Didn't Over
Mini I'.nillne Linvilon, corespondent In
the divorce suit of Dr. Julia Seton Sears
agalnit the. Hev Frank W, Sbjm, rook
Ihe wltnem Ma ml yesterday niul explained
her relntlona with Sear?. She nlu tried
tn enllKliten the court ni to the N'nw
Thought beliefs, at tho court's reiitieat.
Mlas I.atiKilon at thn came tlmo uotlllcil
the "mlnlsterltiR miRels," who have been
aJdInB Mm. Sears, that alio and Mr. Soma'
aro going abroad attain this fall and
that the memlicrii of Mrs. Sear's flock
may tnke iiuch steps as they like.
Miss l.arimloti wan iiuestloned concern.
Ins tho trip lout fall almut which steam
ship employees have testified. She said:
"There was nothing In that trip except
the gossip of tho 'mlnlstcrlns anirels.' They
had better Ret busy again, fpr wc are
going nbioatl njfiln thN year anil next
year. I Just know the 'tnlnlsterln ansels"
are going to have ever so much worry
keeping up with us."
Miss I.ungilon said that sho believed
she had been an Inspiration to Mr. Sears.
"And did he help you too?'" naked coun
sel for Mrs. tiear.
-He did. He saved my life by his
Trie In I'.iillKliten JtitlKr,
A question from Justice (Jlegerlch ns to
th purpose of the New Thought move
ment brought this reply :
"Self-development and soul unfold
merit." "Define these phrases, plcusc," said the
"Do you mean to say you don't know
what New Thought In and what It stands
for?" asked the wltnets of the court.
"I confess 1 don't," replied Justice
Then I'm sorry foryou," replied Mlas
Miss I.angdon explained that the reason
she ehanged her stateroom on the steamer
to Guropo Hst fall was because sho was
frightened by a. drunken man on tho top
deck and slut thought she uould be safer
on the deck below. She admitted that Mr,
Hears also changed his stateroom. When
asked If ho was frightened by a drunken
man too, she replied: "1 don't know,"
She s.ial that she engaged a French
woman to chaperon her on the trip home,
but admitted that tho chaperon was
never In her stateroom when Mr. Scars
Let Clinprrun Tnke Air,
What did 1 want with a chaperon
whllo Mr. Sears waH with me?" sho said.
"He took care of me. We let the chap
eron go out and take her air."
Mr. Sears's view of matrimony were
contributed while he was on thn stand
before Miss Langdon was called. Con
cerning his attentions to the corespondent
lie said :
"In the eyes of man mudu law I was
married at the time, but In the eyes of
God I was not a married man then. He
cause I do not recognize man made laws
I do not lolnte thetn. I may have vio
lated man made conventions, but not man
Sears explained that although he has
been called "doctor" over since he was a
boy he has no license to practise, but
innkts his living a a "healer." It
yielded an averago Income of only about
$11 a week. He admitted that li was
married before he became tho husband of
the plaintiff and that he was required to
pay. his former wife SIS a month under
nn order of a Kansas City cuurt. Ho
added that he didn't send tho money reg
ularly. Tho flrst Mrs. Sears got the di
vorce In 1S02 on the ground of desertion
and the next year 'he married tho plain
tiff. Concerning statements of Mrs. Sears's
"ministering angels" that they miv Mini
Langdon In her room with her hair rutlled
and wearing a kimono whllo he was there
Sears said ;
"I never saw her In a kimono and nevtr
saw her hair rutlled. I never saw Miss
Sliss I.angdon will ho on the witness
stand to-day for further examination.
Jinny Well Knnirn Americans Ar
riving Home From Ahrnnil.
Arrivals by tho Hamburg-American llntr
Impcrator, from Hamburg, Southampton
J. It. Dmel, Miss Flora I'ajne
II. C. Krlek, Whitney,
lilbaon Kahnentock. Ceorte C. lloldt.
Col Edward 11. Has- Mrs. K. II Harrlman.
sell. Huron Knreiio II. von
II Whltr.ey. Krlrreletelii.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. 8. Mr and Mrs. Warner
I. R. Ailrlanre. V S. Reanter.
Alfred lluU'm Iter. Cunt Charlea Starr
Mrs J. Hay Ham- Wood,
mono. Mrn K. L Winlhrnp.
By tho Wltlto Star liner Italtlc, for
Queenstnwn and Liverpool :
Col. J. II. llentim. Mr and Mrs. J. II.
Dr. and Mrs. Martin I.a
Carter. Mr. unci Mrs. S II
Mrs A. w vainnnn. oiin.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Ilihr. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter
diet Cobb. II IMttlimi
W V. Colipihoun Mr and Mrs Thnmai
Mr. and Mm Muiince II lToctnr.
O. 0. filvn sir Charles Hercules
rant. lieuthrote 8. Mead.
(irant. Mr and Mrs. Hucn
Mr. John W. Orlrs. Sellnm.in.
Mr ami Mrs. Uiits-rt Sir Cecil and Lady
Ily the North Herman I.loyd liner Hcrlln
for Plymouth, lloulogm; and Hremen :
W. W. Harlon. Dr O Randolph Man-
Mr. and Mrs. Ouy E. nlnir.
Ile.mMey Unjd Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. Kills Mr. and .Mn. Charlei
Denamor. M Olrli hs.
Dr and Mr" fieorje l'rni Philip M. Pal-
W. Hale. mer
Dr (iraemc M. Ham- Dr and Mrs. K Carl
mnnd. tun painter.
Dr. and Mm Simuel Mr and .Mis P. M.
Mauley M. Lawson. Jr. Cliarli-a Termini
Prof anil Mm John A. Col Robert M. Thomp.
Mandd ion ,
Ily the Scandinavian-American liner
United Sta'es for Copenhagen:
Ilarnn S M. d'Anulcr. Mrs Kraiicit A Kind.
W. l. Van llurin lay.
MIm Joarphlm- Cudahr. Capt. mid Mrs J. A.
Mr. Known Hum- Jensen.
niond, The Hev Johannes
Georie W Ktderkln. LiindnuUt.
Ily the Hamburg-American liner flraf
Walrteisee fur Boulogne and Hamburg
Prof, ui.d Mrs Edward Mrs Vcrnnlku Ilrvanl
!Jdrta. prof and Mrs K. P.
Dr. and Mre Fml'ruk Montgomery
Pox. Mr. nnd Mr Marma-
Mr. nnd Mrs Cluirli duke M. Willi.
Lake Hopatcong $1.00
le Wnt :.M St. B.SOt Llbty St. 9.C0 a.m.
JickWD Ave., Jtney C)ty,9.17 s.m.
via New Jersey Central
ADELE RITCHIE SEEKS AUTO.
Ilnslmnil's llnil Temper t'nnsr of
Trouble, I'rlmn Ilnnnn Kxplnlns.
Nkwaiik, N. J., June 3. Allele Hltchlc,
comic opera singer, came to Newark this
afternoon and went Immediately to tho
ottlie of l'ollce Captain -Michael J, Hyan.
Then sho did some telephoning, .after
which she talked with 'dpt. Uyan and
hurried nway. It Is a week ago to-night
since Tony Sylvester, who used to be .Miss
llltchles chauffeur; took' a car from In
front of the home of Charles Nelson Hell,
whom Miss ItHchle married a yi-ar ago.
Sylvester was arrested In New V'ork, but
was discharged when he said ho took tho
car at Miss Ritchie's order. .
Miss ltltclile said last night that she
did not, ask for a warrant for her hds
band's arrest when--she was In Newark.
Shu said she merely went to. Institute a
search. for her car, which. siia Jays her
husband lmi failed to return.
"Air. Hell came to New Vork last Mon
day nfternoon," she saltl, "and asked me
If he might take tho car, I told him
he could and he wont awny with It. Iln
hasn't returned yet, but I hope to get hold
of It In n day or two."
Miss Itltchle add (Ml that the reason sho
and Mr. Hell could not agreo was that he
had a bad temper. Hhn said somo one
ought to euro It and that sho had under
taken tho Job. She said that whllo no
papers had been served she most certainly
expected to get a divorce.
RAIDER TELLS OF POSS'S
BREAKING THORN'S JAW
Accused Wife Called for 'Percy,'
Ho Says, and Jlasclmll
There was testimony yesterday In the
trl.il of tho divorce suit of Frank ft. IVus.
automobile manufacturer and vice-president
of tho Detroit Ihisohall club, as to
what occurred late on the night of Feb
uary 23 last, when Toss and a party of
his detectives suddenly called at the apart
ment of his wife, Mrs. Lillian IC. Puss.
In the Cluendon, i:ighty-slxth street and
Thomas Uooney. one of the raiders, said
that Toss cnrrled an" Iron bar, hut that he
dropped the bar when they reached the
door of the apartment. The raiders had
no dllllculty In opening the door, but when
they got Inside there was no trace of Mrs.
I'oss, the detective said, although a light
was burning In the npartment.
A sound of heavy hrenthlng was heard,
the detective said, and Mr. l'oss pulled
open the door of n closet. Mrs. l'oss was
Inside. Then, said the witness, the follow
ing dialogue occurred:
"Come out ami show us how you enter
tain your friends." said Mr. l'oss.
"Frank, my modesty! my modesty!" ex
claimed Mrs l'oss.
"Your modesty he said Mr.
l'oss. "You haven't any modesty,"
The witness said that I'ercy M. Thorn,
the corespondent, appeared in the door
way of Mrs. I'osh's boudoir nt this Junc
ture and Mrs. l'oss cried ; "O I'ercy I
Thorn then entered the room, the de
tective nald, nnd l'oss struck him on trie.
Jaw anil broke It. That Is why Thorn
Is suing for $23,000 damages.
TEACHER'S WIFE ASKS DIVORCE.
Mrs. Iti. ml I,. C'ottrrll .nmrs "Cnl
lelte WIiIimt" ns Corespondent.
Mrs. I'hrebe C. Cottreil Is suing her
husband. Uoy I- ("ottrell, a teacher In
I'ubllo School 11, for an absolute divorce
In the Supremo Court In Ilrooklyn. Mrs.
lleulah M. Miller of 206 Ityerson street,
known nmong the Pratt Institute stu
dents as "the College 'Widow," Is named
as corespondr nt.
Mr. Cottreil makes a general denial of
his wife's allegations and has asked that
the case be tried before the end of June,
ns he Intends to call a nnumber of the
I'ratt Institute students who share Mrs.
Miller's apartment as wltncssis In his
defince. Tho trial has been fixed for
Mrs. Miller yesterday made a vigorous
denial of Mrs. Cottnll's allegations. The
Cottrells were married In 1905 and havo
a seven-year-old eon.
SQUADRON A BUYS A FARM.
Will llnve Its tltvn Ciimpanj-
G roll ml In Itncklnnil C'liuiil)',
Squadron A has bought the Verdln
homestead, a tract of 123 acres In Hock
laud county, and will u-o It for encamp
ment nnd Held puiposes. Tho announce
ment of the purchase ,w;is made yester
day. The Verdln tract, which Is quite well
known ns a show estate. Is less than
twenty-flw miles from tho city. Inten
sive Improvements will bo made at once
espi-clally the building of stables. Then
are now two large stnbles, carriage house
conservatory, tenant house, four gran
arles. corn" crib. Ice house and inoro thnn
a dozen other small structures.
They are Issued in $10, $20, $30 and SI 00, oach cheque
engraved with Its exact valuo In pounds, shillings and pence;
francs, marks, rubles and other fore Ign mo .er They nro used
exactly like currency in payment of hotel tills, railway and
American Rxchange Nat'l Punk
Aster Trist Company
Ilanco Naders I le Cuba
Ilsnk of America
Dsnk of Kurope
Bank of Nina S rolls
Hank of the Manhattan Co.
flank of the Metrnrnlls
Dank of Washington Heights "
nanlrrs trust I nmrsny
HMirrv lark .Natloiu.) Hank '
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Iloncl lc (iumlwln
Hrotilaay Trest Company
MrMdvay Trim to. (Aetna Branch)
llronx llorouch Hank
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tlruan, Mart, lUnb
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century nana v
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NEW YORK LEADING IN
PREVENTION OF FIRES
Chief llaminUt. Tells Mayors'
Conference at Auburn of
Uif? Strides Made.
MOVIES WILL AID IN WOHK
tiUWKon Fnrdy Urges Permanent
Assessors at Wages to At
tract Good Men.
AtrnuiiN, Juno 3. Joseph O. Hammltt.
chief of tho Flro Provi ntlon Ilurenu of
New York 'city, mado the principal ad
dress at the openlns session here to-day
of tho New York State Conference of
Mayors nnd Municipal Olllcero. II. M.
Watte, city manager of Dayton, Ohio,
hpok.j on "Thn Commission Manager
Plan," and Hobeit S. !' mterd, secretary
iif tho City Club, dlsc ifcfed "Tho .Munici
pal Home Itul Campaign."
' Qov, Oljnn will be here to-morrow to
make nn address on "Tho State and the
Mr. Hammltt In his address said that
two lines of attack nre open to the mu
nicipality which makes war upon Its Are
waste, having In view the protection of
human life ns the principal object nnd the
preservation of property as a secondary
but Important consideration.
"One of these methods Is fire preven
tion In Its narrowest sene," ho continued.
"Obviously If aU fires could be pi evented
there would be no fire waste.
"The other line of attack Is fire preven
tion In Ita broader sense nnd consists of
requiring In every building, such as a
hotel, n factory, an olflce building, a
lodging house or n place of public amuse
ment, adequate and nccoslble exits
through which nil the occupants can pass
to safety In a short time,
"Among the most Important Innova
tions Introduced Into Are prevention work
In Saw York nre tho monthly housekeep
ing Inspections by the uniformed force. It
has been a great success.
"More than 100,000 such Inspections nro
being mado earh month In New York
city. They havo resulted In nn enormous
cleaning up of rubbish piles, the principal
"Now wo nro taking up eerlously the
use of tho moving picture theatres for
the campaign of education. The Fire
Department Is cooperating In the prep
aration of moving picture scenarios that
will carry fire prevention warnings to
audiences nil oer tho I'nlted States.
"Knob, family In the country Is taxed
about 127 n year for amoke. Moro than
half of our fires could positively be pro
Vented, This would save the country
millions of dollars each year."
Lawson Purdy, reporting for the com
mittee on taxation, urged permanent as
sessors In all cities, giving them sulllcletit
pay so that competent men mny be cm.
ployed. He advised that thn conference
committee urge State Ii-glsla'lon making
available to assessors the actual consid
eration In realty deals, the price to be
Indicated when the de'd Is recorded.
The session closed nt midnight with an
exhibition by the Auburn Fire Depart
ment In which the Pompier Laddtr crew
demonstrated before thn 200 Mayors and
city olllcers how persons mny be rescued
from burning buildings with all the thrill
ing cornice nnd swinging circus acts.
A live s ory building was used and red
fire furnished the, efTect of n,,conflagatlon.
PUBLISHERS BACK NEWSMEN.
Think Mr. Wnril Wa Precipitate In
( ten r I li K Out City llnll Pnrk.
Park Commissioner Cabot Ward hurried
back from Auburn yesterday when he
learned that several kinds of a rumpus
had been cuuseil by tho sudden enforce
ment of his order etlllng news and boot
black stands from City Hall Park.
In the afternoon seven representatives
of the Publishers Assoi 4ntlon of the City
of New York called on Mr. Ward. They
were Victor Itldder ond Mcwrs. Dayton.
McKernaii. Westphal, Harding, Hcholz and
Young. Mr. Ward -said tho conference
hnd been hold nt his suggestion and
would bo continued to-day. Meanwhile
there was no sign that !ho order had been
Mr. llldiler said the newspapers ns wel
as the news dealers should havo been
warned, nn that their business arrange
ments would not be suddenly disturbed
and that thero ought to be public hear
Inps on Mr. Ward's programme of reform
lng the park concession system.
t'noinelul Prlninrles mi Auicnst lO,
The unofficial Ilepubllcan primaries In
'trooklyn for the choice of delegates to
he Stnte convention at Saratoga on Au
!iist IS have been fixed for August 10. They
.vlll be held nt tho various Assembly ills
rlct clubhouses from 3 P. M. to 9 P, M,
The ballots will be supplied by the organi
zation. CheqatM at any of the fallowing Banht In
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PASTOR IN P0IICE COURT.
Dr. Iloldrn of Ilrooklyn Chnrued
With Assault Iiy n I.nwyer.
The Kev. Dr. Ilufus K. Holdcn, pnstor
oi mo wcntrai Haptlst Church In Adelphl
strott, was before Magistrate Dodd yes
terday In the lllltler Htrect Cnnrf
Ilrooklyn, charged by Hdmutid T. Wright,
i luwycr nun lecturer on sociology nnd
I n meinour of the congregation, with ns
Wright Is living apart from his wlfo
. and the trouble 'between hi in and the
minister resulted from the efforts of the
prencher to effect n reconciliation. Wright
told the Magistrate that ho called at the
home of Dr. Holden at 264 Cumberland
street on May 20 nnd meeting him on
the stoop remarked: "I hope you nro
feeling better toward me than you were."
Dr. Holdcn, he aald, btenmo Indlg-
mint, shook his finger at him and or
dered lilm off the stoop. When he re
fused to go Dr Holdcn went Inside Hnd
got nn umbrella with a sharp point on tilt
handle with which, as ntleged, he struck
the lawyer over the head, ruining his
derby hat nnd making a hole In his head,
Chnrges of disorderly conduct were
nvule ngatnst the lawyer by Dr. Holdm
and Walter H. Davis, his brother-in-law.
Mog.strnte Dodd dismissed all the
charges except that of Dr. Holdcn against
Wright, who was put on pronation In the
custody of his lawyer for tlx months.
PREDICT CAPITAL AND
LABOR AS PARTNERS
Electric Men Say Also That
Public Ownership of Utili
ties Is Too Contly.
PilH.ADKU'itiA, June S. Tho Public Pol
Icy Commission of tho National Hlectrlc
Light Association, the representative of
about three billion dollars In Invested cap.
Ital. made public a report at its conven
tion here to-day In which legislative ten
dencies toward public ownership of public
utilities wero decried and Idenl relations
between capital, labor and government
Tho report involved suggestions for Riv
ing nil employers the opportunity for part
nership by encouraging thrift and making
It possible for them to purchase utility se
curities on the instalment plan, auggeste-1
that labor troubles might be obviated In
I this method, which could be scin In the
future, nnd sa.d that the best Interests
of the public always may bo served when
State water power and other franchises
are administered by private capital under
, national and State supervision.
Tho report was In entire harmony with
that of the National Public L'tllltleH Com
mission, presented in Wnshlngion last
yenr, and tho voluminous preparation by
tho Clifford Plnchot commission was
appended In full. T.ndencles to national
and State ownership manifested In Wash
ington and In various S:ate Legislatures
wero called "destructive, to the best ele
ments In tho social and Industrial life of
MITCHEL SEEKS THE LIGHT.
Ilnnihnnls Clilenu" I lost In Search
Chicago. Juno 3. Mayor Mltchel of
New York became nn animated Interroga
tion point In Chicago to-duy. He put In n
strenuous day keeping pace with his hosts
In tho tour of Inspection of vocational
schools, parks and playgrounds and In
vestigating the county . cvll nervlco bu
reaus of eindenry. Meanwhile he bom
barded his hosts with queslrom. '
At tho Lane Technical High School,
where the students presented him with a
rosewood gavel, Mayor Mltchel compli
mented tho children for their high degree
of efficiency, and when he wns told In the
afternoon nt the county building that It
was within the power of the Civil Service
Commission to suspend employees for
general Inefficiency without other charges
being preferred he expressed surprise.
"It U a unique experience to come to
Chicago to learn, nnd 1 nssure you we
arc going back to New York with many
good Ideas." said the Mayor.
He left for Auburn,, N. Y to-night,
The other members of the party will make
a tour of Inspection of other vocational
schools In Chicago to-morrow.
PRIVATE HOSPITAL PROTEST.
CniuplMln City lines .Vot Pny Tliem
I'nlrly for llmerunii-y (,'nsra.
At a meeting of the Hospltnl Alliance
last night It was decided to send a com
mittee to Commissioner of Charities
Kingsbury with a piotest against the
present alleged overburdening of private
lospltals and the evasion of payment to
hese Institutions for handling emcrgincy
vises. The committee will tell the Com
nlsstoner that nut of a total of 114,000
imbulnncc calls In 1UI3 72,000 were made
) private hospital ambulances and thnt
low three-quarters of the hospital patients
n the city suffering from nnn-contaglous
diseases are In the private hospitals.
steamship fares, and for purchases In the principal shops.
They are safe as unsigned personat checks, because they
require your counter-signature (which Identifies you) to make
thim good. 50,000 Danks throughout the world will cash them.
your vicinity t
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and mrali & fa eurtc.
U'rlte for llnnklrt.
11-13 ll'wny, N. V.
Unmi AMR MC MJ the-Way
I UIMLnilU, IIIL.
MAINK S. S. LINK H. 8. NIIHTIII.AM)
and Mllt'lll M.lt. I.chvc l'ltr l, N It.,
foot Warren HI , S P. M rTue., Thiim, und
Hjtw. A dellKhtful J'.'" mile hour trip to
Portland, the CITY IIEAl'TUT I,. TlekeK,
,te nt 711 tl'iviv n I'ler lo N- II
i:STK.ItV STi:.MIIIP Ctllll'llltATlOV
rX I'utt Irln to Naplr. anil llri ond ' i
ALGIERS, ITALY GKI- F.CE, AUSTRIA
Kaiser Franz Joseph I. Jul) 4 Jug. 19, Sept. 23
.llurtha Mu'lilnrl'n ,luni- Au. h ,spt. Ill
SAILINCSSATI'lillAVSOII WI DM RDAVH S I'M
I'lllXI'S llltOH. Co.. (I.A., 17 Battery IM..N .
I. I. It V tllll' A Itll It.
Till! ItflVAl, MAII, STHASI I'ACKKT CO,
Next Hal Iiik D VNl'lUl .IL'.VI! Cth. to
HANDKUSON A ?OS Oen ABt SS State St
N. V. or any Htrnimhlp Ticket Aatnt.
OLD DOMINION LINE r
If."!1, '"I!," .'V'V!1' i-i-ilWial- t:try weekday
.. . , ,i, u. ..uriii mi-r. in mw iriniM n,
.Kew nrk lllllr,-, r.Ol 1'lflli Alrnue.
I iin.vni link.
Compar-nla ilcnernle Trunnatlantlnue.
Dlrert I.ln,- In lliure Piirl (I rnnee).
(leneral Agency. H State St N V
paa 'J0 Tour Under E.rnrt
J S M A It H T K It 8, In.c-.,
faka IS10 llroadwuy, N, Y.
leaving Ntw York
by the latgo Cruising Steamships
CINCINNATI, JAN. 16
I'ottsof Call include San Diegoet the
time of the Great San Diego
Exposition and .
I'linne ltKIU llretnr
FASTKST BTRAMIlltS IN Till! WOrtt.t).
'I lie T'ew , ajnificent
titti-A. a intirA i.N'.s iittii.sr suit'
Liverpool Sen Iff
June 16, Y-IV,'
'IIICITaUll ... lima 93 "'
buui I nnin - - - nulla wl r, 31.
ul It I I XI itlll'ir. lla I lil I I Alti) lor
1 LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN. VIENNA
Innllanla '"lr ''"" .Jiilylu.il'M
Aqunania n.. . in.u.niA ." 4
ntlUreiama ,, 9tiraanlau(-11
Lusnania- .. ... t.un-ni,i. w.jim
Anntt.v,!. .lulv-JS ll.ultttnU Aujr. 'ill
nijuuai.iia itA. M.l',l,,,,"",B iu..M.
'culls at Uuetimtonn hnht lloun.i
Jleilltrrranran- Ailrlntlc Sen Ire.
Madeira, (libra Itar.tienna, NaflM, I'alraa.Trlratf
i I'lnnie Sallnci noun. See Itinerary.
SAXtiMA June I1.IVKI1NIV July 1.4PM
I'A.N.NOMA June Altl-AIIIIA . JUiytl
Iti.nn.l tin- Wurlil I rln, ?l.s anil up.
Hprrlal Ihrnuch rate to I'rvpt Imlla. flilnn
Japr., Manila. Aualral'a. New (-nl.inl, South
Allien anil Ninth Anrrlra. Inilepenilrnt tours tn
'uro-. rir urnd for tion' li t Cunanl 1 ours.
in: fit ni mai m s nut i i.mnm i.au
AMI IPItlll.MAI. STI1AM NAVItiATIl.
CUM rA.M' IN I'.MTI II STATI .S AMI AN.
ADA. Fltrot KNT SAII.IMIN FOIt INIIIA,
IIIINA. JAI'AN. AfNntAI.IA-f IttllSI S
MiitnriiiAt r.iiiiins. 1 -u- .ii'.ni: i.irn
AMI .101 II. .It'l.V ITTII. At'tll'.sr 7T1I.
II IN I'll AH II S Mitt Itl'Alir.
I'ler loot Weal Kill Mlrert. S, II. (Ifflces 31
.Slate Stiret. N V., opposite llallrry
White Star tssz&
PLg!?S?N JUNE 20
M A. M.
IL'I.V II. AUG. 8, At'ti. 3. Hi: IT. XO
Tla riymouthXhrrbnurc and Hnulliamptoa
Sl.Ixi-il.Junr S. 10 A .liri'h'a'p'a.June tt
Oieanie .June 13. noun llreanle Mir
'American Line Steamer. I'ler il.
w k'urk Uueeuatown !lirpool(u.o)
IUIUc June 4ltilric June II
Adriatic June llltvlllr June 23
llu.ton .Mediterranean Italr.
Canople. June 0, 11 A, I. July II,
Crelie, June SI, II A. M.t Aug. 1.
A , Pier62,N.R.
N.r.t l'llilout.l, t'lierhuurg, hmithaniptun.
ONK CLASS CAI11N III) SBHVICE HS TI?
M. l.oula.. .June A. New lurk .June "tl
. ..lune 15 -illailelilhla .June ZO
New Vnrli l.oniliwi dlreil. 1'ier 3a, N. "-,
Mlir'ka.Juitril.ri30.l tllnnpfknliine S
Red Star So a. it'
N.V. London I'arla Tla IloTrr Antneri
Kroonlund.. .June 11 Ijipland lune 10
Finland,... June 13 Zrrland June 27
l'AShKNtiKU Ol'KICK. 0 llruadnay. N. V.
REDUCED SUMMER FARES
CRUISCS FROM NCW YORK
fl.S.AImlrant MiltptnttnU Maris
Zapa u lb? Cruiri. i very W nine it lo
. Jni.ij, runimt Liniil. urtrl Co'niut' an 1'urtt.
Hinintum lir,as inv.uciii mei hmX tenh.
t S Paattrvi Tndor Calamar
It iMy Cru xrtAt I ur, etrryi.. 10 Janmlca,
J'anm4('inanlCoi.u U tt, Miniinumlirt
180.00 ImUi nc Unh onl, meali a U cnc.
thati ttura H aiamalaa only
and rat urn S7B.0O
AMWofil ftl.t tn 1 nt lrn Il'HKpn tnA
i New Drlamio Havjni, 1'jninn au Cfnir!
Amrrirjiii I'r.rt i tnn.-i.ti i-itii i..Ma.. '
CcDtul an 1 hwulh Ame r ki. V, riir lor lleoklcti. $
?4a UNI 1 KIl 1. Ml TIT rnUDANV f'ji
Ateamthip Sarvica 3f
linl Mull Iwln-Sir, 1 Mean hli
I GLASGOW LONDONDERRY
t rum I'lrr s:i. Nnrtii lilnr,
t'AMI'AM. .IVXV. II, NOON.
From I'lir l, . It. (foot ft. 'Jltli St.)
Columbia, June 13, Noon,
California. Jtinesu, oin. Caledonia, June:7,Noon
riKST CAlilN. ;o and 7J.
SIHDMi caiii.n, iand cimard,.
Tltlllll C1SH, $33(11.
iii!NDi:itso.N nitormiits, 2i-:i state st.
hunerli -Itotterdani." 24.17n ton.. IVIi. Ul
17th annual; in da;.. 4UO up, InrludlnK fhnro
exrumlon.j hotels, l'arl or l.onilen week UQ
In l.urnne and Hound ihe World.
Small private p.irllea with lujierlor leadera I
I'reriuenl departure: valuer unr'iuillrd,
Prank t, (lark, 'lime Itlda.. New lurk.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
Tlnce mIIIhk day a urek to
.Satunliy oalllnca to
'I hi. a.l.l.i'il.hitA.I.A.V,
OKI.Hirlls ft Co, (.in Arm vwy, n.y
Atiiri Hrei4MSiiip i,i.ni:n,
Clydc-Malloryaril-rnrtn lilm lines,
xwi itruaiiuay, icw iorK,
MKAMSII1P TICKI:tR to any port,
Uillclal Aseiit all line..
Itajmond 4 Wlilteomb Co., 3 1 .11 Ii Av N. Y,
S-CANIIINAVIAN AMKItlCAN LINK
lllrrrt In MlltUAY, St lilli:.N, IIIINMAIIK,
A.a.JllltNrON Ac CO., Inc.. At.,l ITv.-ay, N Y
IS llat All i:xprne Nnrlliern rulne, Itllll,
rol let free. Knl Crri. Une, .Ntw Yurk
(ill 111 Hl lt.MI'IIA -Ideal Varatlon Itraort.
i I lay from N, Y I'liiiedTrlpllfniii, ,'nv A' ml.
I'uiiuliiT- A oiiifnrlalile
l.e. Iludnon I IVf r liny
1 Ine I'ler, I ootV. d lit.
Mrktlay end KunitatH,
Hi-u A. M i.m r. m
SAIL AROUND MANHATTAN ISLE
ST ECU STEAM YACHT .tLIFTON
Mom iuirrrilug l.tttle Juurne In 11,0 ,urltl,
M SJIInJ 3 llourn It. 1 fciurn Muilc holr'-e-h-rueuta
omau Attcndaut. 1 hono Uil Giamcioy
' f -'-"iss- aMaaaaatiaaa II
tssr FLEET 1
.'fh. Nam Yfl
THURSDAY, JUNE 4th
ijaii: r..sr iviini sun i i.
0:40, JOlAl. 1120 A. M ! IW, 15. J.UI, J:S.3 M
lilt. 5:15, tun. 72111, a w i M
I.IAi: I'll It I, Milt til ItltKH,
I0S0, 1IMS A. M : I2'I5. I Id, 2IIU, 1 15. 3 M t 11
MX), AMI, 7:16, f. IS, .:j I' M -W.1.1J.
I.I At I HI 1 I l-I.II IIAKI, I'.tllK.
Deep Sea Fishing Str. "Taurus"
. 1 ll tt HA. l. trim I'ler I. N. It , (i.m i,
relilii, 75 emu, .Surdajs A llotld si io
Special Trip Sundays June 7-14
TO NEWBURGH AND RETURN
Ntepplna- nt llltllll.A.MI rAl.t.H l,nih
Round' Trip 50 GTS
leave I'ler I, .V. II.. O.io: Wt i:ili m iui
Vnnlrni. ltoi A, M.
I.lrrnfeil earneliy .I.JtX). 'I Idem llmliil tivSim
ltrtaiiraiit and tar iimlrr C'u.'a iimnictii itn
Telephunc l;2 Hector
(Al.llANY 1). MM. )
All atrium r dally exeept .Sunday Dlrret rail
runnrrtlenii, Muoli. (((Inurr.nt
DribroMi a Ht,. 8:40 A M : Vet Aid H.. 0 A V,
Went Until t , Bill A. M.i loul-er, vt A M
Irndlnrat WcM 1'iilnt, Ntulmrvli. l'nunriVirpie
KlniMon I'ulnl, 1 1. ml 111, Hud mm ami Allinnv
All IhKMiKh rail tlcketa Leturcn .' utV una
tlr'l I'nlnt 7lh Reilmnt liateliall Cam,
f'n Saturday, June flth. lo by Sir, Altinnv
h-ailnir I'.rfirnKe8 St., 10:10: W ot ht 10.:
V I7ih Ht , II A Xt. I enve Vet I'olnt on re
turn about 0O I' M.i after came and dren parmle
Str. "Mary Powell"
Afternoon boat for Vet I'olnt, .Venburih
I'ourhlrcplr. hlnnton fnd uay Irmllnpi. lrai
ISfbru tea St . IMS I'. 11 , V. Cd hi 2 P M .
W. 15th St., ::20 1'. M. Pally exiept .Sunday
Idrtil online tn Wrtt i'olnt, rrturntns by boat
or by rail, II 10.
A.i.um, liu. mil. Hie Aurlli.
1 he cemfortatt tray.
.Meomrni le.Hc pier 33 N. II., tUXJ P. U
7UU 1 "' -4 I'- Duo Albany
Mramrra leaie I'ler 32 S. It., 00 P. M.
U.t 1J3, ureel. B.MI I. M. YonttrrS. 7.00
r. If. .Ncuhurth. KIU) P. It. l"outhkeerj!e.
It P. II. Due Albany. SOU A. M. Troy, o.oo
'irheftra on eerh uteamer.
htrnmera "llerlohlre" (new) and "C. W.
Mnre" lia-e tuirquct floors In dtnln; room
for dinner dnnre.
Telrphone hrtlntt .400 any tlme-lay or
l'll'i:iAlt SI-Altrltl.U'.IIT KOUTK.
I--,.-n vinn 'wni.
UP THE HUDSON,
June 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10
roinmodloun ronifortablr rteamer "ADI
ItOMI.M K" tear I'ler SJ, N. It., font of
Canal SI . P.M.; 132nd St.. SUSP. ii. Due baek
1 IwD I W ,
Dinner a la rarte. berlnnlnc nt CTffla
P. II. Muile.ilanrlnir. 9UI
Phone B!( Sprlnir. day end nlcht.
"Come on along."
Fall River Line
l.v. I'lrr t4. A, If. ft. 1 ullnn St- ,Ullv n
t0 1 . 11. iitramcra CUililu.NU I..lLilt a4
i ul K.II.1.A drciieitra on racli.
NLN LONbors Usurwicn) LINK U
c 1 ondon. l.v. I'ler 40. ,. u. 0aioa
srasvtf ' "er ,u-c- "
NKW HAVEN LINE L. pi t ji. k. iu
ft. Catharine St.. week daya. J:tl P. U. iter
70. It. f., i.-it St., :i:0u I' 11.
Ilclcu, e.. ei 171 nmndear. Traniter
"I oiirlut OPe and at fieri
Phone Cn-tloelt M7I.
SUNDAY JUNE 7th to
mm .t HIGHLAND LAKE '"IXLV
45 MILES UP HUDSON
Fast Steel Sir. HIGHLANDER
f.eateo llHtterv 111 Mill l Ment tlllrd St., IO:.HM
Wet HUM Nt., II mill V onkrr. 1115 A.M.
Itound Trip, 7S-.; Children. Mw.: tonkrrs. e
. I.AIKir. HAM IMG Ft.OOIt.
Munlr. Ilcfrtfhmcntf, So htatrroom. Dully
trlpi bejtn June Hlh. MeAlllklrr Steamboat Co
"Till'. I'lllll.H' IIK I'l.lHM II."
bUSTUN ilK.'SStf, $2.75
PROVIDENCE .WSJ, $1.75
Wtrlc day end .umla.a at 0: o I', II. from
llir 39, .S, II.. font it ..u,,.liMi nt Ik r th
ine All Uuoldr ltiiom, gll.otl to V.'l.lin
1 Irelex eiiulpnient. Uptown lirnre, llruulwav
hrid 7.d SI, 'lili .l, our M'iiiik oioi
i.tiistiN iti vi:k iiy .si:itciii.n.in.
$l.oo to ALBA1MY
.TIIllOL'CH 1t'Ki:i.S AMI lIAfiCAtii:
iu: ki:i in au, i'oi.ms
DlnliiK Hrril- h In Carte
Siramrra liaie dally, I'ler North
' I r, foot rt linrnon m srn P m
Wtnl 123111 ft. P. M Tel RSI Sprlnir
Worrettrr, liSU I'rutldi iite illrni, l ,w
I lul I X, liirliidliiK Kiindui, Ai JO P. II
Maleroom. H.OO. I .Ml nnd i 0.
From I'ler 1. K It 'Prion. 7100 Ueekmaa
City Tlektt Offlre. :50 llrnadwai, V T
Uptown Ticket Offlre. ll'wav and Sid St
I . Tier 40. North Itlier, J'-
! CAPITAL CITY LINE
, ii I t ii i i
! Tor Hlchlandi, Siabtlitlit Urn llraaeh Ahu
Parlt and all Jiisei aeaalde rmirt. I.eave
, 35lh St. N Ii A M . 10...I A M . .' I'M Jlallr'
(near .South I'crryl Ui'u A. il 11. an A M . 7
l.ve. uatterl Pier. 10:.-.
T, llruail JJ7
in i:k tiii; oti.N,
1 ;:io. Krturn r
I HARTFORD LINE
, rrom .Nrw I'lrr ao. l.'am Kler. foot of Perk Slip,
dally exeept Sunday, at R P. M, for Coniiectlcui
, itlver land Inn. Write lor Hummer folder