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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914.
1 ARRANGE TO REDUCE 'south American orders COTTON CONTRACTS F.rlifltipro Mnnagers Suggest Cniu'i'iii rating Commitments in Ono Position. WHTH'S CALL TO ARMS tlrel inir of Rrowcrs and Other Intcmsts Soon to no Held lit New Orlenns. POUR IN; PLAN COMPANIES Capitalists Here Arranging to Handle New Foreign Trade Coal Must Be Shipped at Once, Else Railroads Must Shut Down. American capitalists, eager to selie, the rled on with England, France, Germany opnortunltUs created by the war In i n other Kurope.m countries. The South Europe, wot reported, yeaterdsy to working on plan for the organization of companies to csrry on trade with the countries of South America. It Is regarded a probmble thnt the netr companies will extend thtlr operations alto to lh Orient. No (totals of the swop of the plant) , obtainable, but It stae, reported In Vurd of managers of the New : tvura places. In offices of Consuls and T.r r tton Exchange, tco't more definite fl'S At a meeting jesiernay 10 pro- I others Interested In South American trade, that men had ben seeking information n,.f t ie liquidation of cotton contracts. 1 1,1 to conditions In South America A, fiecast n Ttie Hun yesterday morn- an1 als w" looKing ror competent men i,, in mtthod adopted calls for the j Chilled In foreign merchandising meth-r.-o'-ipitr of all opn contracts In one i to executives of the pro- no. ii t rrereraDiy uecemDtr. at certain , frc.1 iuwtoh .ft if.M differences. Circulars outllntnt : in niun, union cans wniy ior voluntary 1.f.n ' l' tnt to members of the ei.-'-jin;.- this morning. The 'ir.purtancc of this notion Is no! j,!,.'- t h underestimated by those whu realue the technical obstacles In the That there 1e a big demand front South Americans want to trade, with the United States and It Is apparent from the hun dreds of visits that have been made by Americana to this office for Information that exporters, merchants and mancfafc. turera arc eager to do business now Ui tho Southern Hemisphere. "The United States never had, and will not get agln, men a splendid chance to build up a trade with South America. Wo have had not more than 10 per cent, of tho South American1 trade. Now we have a chance to get nearly all of It. and after the war the Unlti-d States should retain permanently at least 40 per cent, of the normal trade. It all rests with Atnrlcans to offer goods at reason able prices and on reasonable terms to retain a highly profitable commerce with Latin America." "I have been trying hard for three years. said Mr. Koriano, "to Interest WILSON URGES D. S. TO HELP RED CROSS Afj Hond of Society, President Issues Appeal to People to Contribute. H r'coTn. v'wT'.T" '"r, S. "S ta manufacturers end exporter. In the ofikies of South American Consuls and ut the Pan-American Chamber of Com inerco, II Hroadway, Consuls received cable mensus from business men In South America, asking for Information In regard to purchasing many kind of ai n bringing about a liquidated con- ' Boods her1. for lmtanee. one trader might . ,J,U, Ponano. presjdrnt of the llui- U shert of October and another lone had received requests from tho presidents of January, and bath might bo anxlou of four South American republics calllnj m eltue tSelr commitments, but would for tho Immediate shipment of coal. In do ho, owing to the fact;"'"3 mwo io coal to one country and bring back V m ibl' IhJ' ransartlons were In different i.v .-.fn H i"in-entr.itliig alt commit- ii :s iii tho tame position. It will be pos s.lle i j I "ing a (fie.ner number of longs, ' snorts together. IJverpool has dalt with the question tn a ilmllar fashion by putting all trades cn a li"1" jf January-February. Ac cording to a '!b!t message received e t:'.iy ;nornln. the name method wjs products for sal here. Wraith of I'rodurta Heady, "I know of countries." said Mr. Sor iano, "that will ned at least $1,000,000 worth of coal this month Heretofore countries In South Amtrlca have be;ii ac customwl to buy Cardiff coal, but they ruriued with, regard to contracts sold fo cannot get fuel from Wales now and they r-not delltery. The cable message said' must come to the United States for sup- "At ni"t!ug of directors held on pllts. The great need Is a merchant ma- Mcnlay It "as decided for the purpos rlne ying the United State flag to rf rlu'lng open account; In this market rry coal nd other products to South tMt ill Ainerleati future contracts aftrr America and rvcnlva In return the wealth A.fUi:-.-Pteniber. 191S. up to and In- of products -vhlch South America Is ready "Argentina, llrazll, Ecuador. Bolivia. Peru and the other countries must get supplies from us and they are ready to give us the trade which they have car- thi- opportunities for trade In South America. Most manufacturers have said to me that they had a big enough market here or In uurope. Accordingly, they made no effort to get acquainted with merchants In South Atnorlca and did nothing to foster trude there. To get a start ruiuires several months. Now they are riiMiIng to Information about America. Accordingly, the first thing for Amert WASittKOTOM, Aug. 1J. President Wil son In his capacity as head of the Ameri can ned Cross Issued the following ap peal to the American public to-day to support by contributions the relief work which Is planned in Kurope: "To thi Peopfe of the Vnltrd Stite$; "The present wars In Kurope are cer tain to Impose upon the Hed Cross of the nations engaged a burden which demands tho sympathy and aid of the world. "The American Hed Cross la earnestly desirous of assisting Its sister societies In their endeavors to alleviate distress and suffering among the combatants and there- lected It on & tour among her friends during the early part of the .day. Numerous donations have been made to the committee In charge of the lawn fete that takes place at the Urcakera on August IS. Mayor lloyle ha Informed Mrs. August Belmont that he would be glad to cooperate In the fete, and a cltl sens' committee has been formed. Mayor Boyle has been made a member of this. One of tho features of the fete Is to be a dance on the lawn by young women ana men or me. summer colony. Tnis win be called the Blue Garden dance. Preston Gibson, who returned from a Western trip to-day. In speaking of the fete paid: "The great body of people, are led to bellrv that the women who 1 represent a certain society In America are given solely to amusing themselves. The action of these women during the Spanish war precluded any such Idea, and no'w these selfsame women are banding to- gether to raise a large sum of money to help those who are In need and want In i this great struggle across the sea," i t5 I And Boston New England Points $85.50 DONATED HERE. Ileal Cross Contributions Tnke fflntnp ' Yr-sHerdar. J The contributions for the European re- j lli fund received yesterday by Jacob H. . Schlff, treasurer ot the New Tork State Fall River Line I.r. Pier 14, N. n. foot Fulton St., . days and Sundays. 5 SO P. it. steamer COMMO.N'm'AL'tll and I'ltlStlLLV. Orrhrsira cn each. f 1.00 nnd $2.00 Outside Staterooms. Inside Staterooms have Outside Ventilation and arc Always Cool and Comfortable. Providence Line Dally esrept Sunday. I.t Pier K. X I)., foot Tulton St.. tt) P. M. Sirs. iHOVI- ni:Ncr. and rLYMomi. I t .... a I. A - M I ivrv ppra.. lur .u.m. i., u ,.muru ,m- of American TttA Cross. parunuy ior in3 rcuoi oi mo sick nna woumled soldlern of the nations at war Other Long Island Sound Routes "Contributions for this purpose may b sent to the American R'td Cross, Wash ington. D. C, or to local treasurers of tho sooloty In the United S'.ates. I con ttdently hope that the humanity and liber ality of tho people of the United States, ho often manifested In the past, will causa them to respond promptly and gen- this efflce seeking , iTously to this appeal. conditions in South I "Wootmow Wilson, "President. America n Bed Crota." Th Bed Cross announced the offer of amounted to only S8S.S0. , Additional through New York Sfnnf j- , Zrituno, 140.60, l Mrs. Caslrnlr d R. Moore. 113 j Ml-s tl. I.. Hoyt. 115. , Ml it. IIclli, j:. 1 I "Irish Help" at Old Town Farm, Orcen- ' wlch, :. I j "b. v. v.r ii. ! j Contributions may be sent to Jacob II. . Schlff. treasurer, r.ed Cross office 130 1 1 East Twenty-second street, or at SI Will-. lam street tw nrnroitn i.imt Direct mute to New Hertford, Mat., end summer resorts rn UutraM Hay. rape cod and Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket. Mn, MAlNr: and ..EtV If AUPSHIHC. Lv. Iter 40, N II., font of Ilo.mlon SI neck dajj cnl, tto I'. II. IIItlDOnillllT MM l.v. Pier W, East Idler, week dajs. sun y.U. LKe foot i:t 23d M . ucek d.i), 30 p, VI. Cundas I'. XI Mratuer .VAUflATUCK, m:w t.oMKiv i.Minvficiii link Direct rniilc lo .New London, WMrh Hill, tltrele IHand nd Nirracansett Pier. Lv lMr 10. I foot lloutlon St., cek das. S:i ! M Pier 70. K II., loot L. 7M M 1 r M AIo Mon.1.1 a I OKI and 10 X) A it. reiiieeilieiy Sirs t'HY or U)M;1,U and riir.STI.it V II 'PIN Tn New Jlaen, llarlford, Spr1neia and North. Lv. I1r 51. E. K.. ft. Catharine si.. rrk riato. Mi 1' M. Sundars. 8JO A. II. I.r ln ;d M., nrek dsts. son P. 11. Sun daj 0f.0 A. i. Steamer nUHAItD PECK. countries; that Is. Iiaxo sonic corresjKind-1 lr ""vices as a medium for the Irani ent who will take orders for their goods, mission of aid to the lUd Cross ocletle Here, wgaln. Is nnnther dllllculty. The South American does not kno American, goods. I'or lnslsnie. h knuus I'ardlff coal, but he does not know Pocahortaa coal or any other American brands. The first thing for American manufacturers to do Is to becomo acquainted with the needs of South America. Rallronds Moat "hat Doirn, of th countries Involved, to all nitles of iuch countries now resident In the United States and to all Austro-Hungnrlan, Bel gian, British, French, Herman, RumIuii and Servian associations In the United State. The lied Cross ship which will WHITMAN AFTER FIVE BANKS. " Tli-Lets, Staterooms and Informational Cltrllrket orDce, 171 llVay.near Oortlaadt; attest N.V. Transfer orrlte'. toorlat ORtceiaod Piers. THOME CORT. BUI. The New England Steamship Co. Hl'llim IM I W IllWsWWsssWsssssssslssWssssssWssWWsWill eludlnr January-February, 1019, shall t.e trt-j;rre.l Into January-Uehruary, 1 1 fl. t th aree. upon settlement prices of July SI" onltiern Cniifrrrnrr. The outh has de.:ldid to Indulg In a rtnerl inference on the cotton situa tion. Jrd the call hai ben sen, out ty nrvie .Ionian, president of th southern Cotton Association, for u meet Irur at New Orleans on August IT ami Ji Mr Jordan Indulges Jn rom ImrKis l"r s-ne rjiltles in his summons Tier !i ro doubt that he rcallies th crlls io I., fronting the South In his call M- Jordan says: "A a result of the present onfltct b !e:. Kuropean countries, th South 'in a condition In tho marketing of th tn ""i erup for l?li unprec.-lnted sine rtv. n of th civil war. Prompt and cwt.x .u'tton must b- taken to avert (-Wi'I '.g ilit:uiter. Syitt-niatc plans ; ut b devised for tliiaiu'lng th crop nr-Mgi tli aid of the hederal tloxeri ai d the cooperation la- Kiich county must arrange for t, ' action In the issuance of w.ire i ).- rivt;pts for all cotton stored and 11 1 " that the whole machinery of th r will nppli sj stvmatlcally to th r -ot'.i i bvll. If the present Euro "ii vi ir Is protra"tel the demand for ""-t'-an eolton will b qulto llmitel. -g to th paralsi! of tne operation ' ' .-ig' mlHs and inability to prat 'a" Mrr r.g vesli " "Boats are tho tlrst thlnsa needed, and then Insurance on careoes. Next, manu-1 are to ! used facturers must have a knowledge of what I The ltd Cross nuthorltle. called at- Orders III vest Inn t Ion of Closed Knst Side Institutions. Dtrtrlct Attornej' Whitman yesterday appointed l-redrlv;k J. Oroehl, one of his b sent to Hurop lll Cirrv surgeons. I iu "io numerous nurses nnd surgical, medlail and hos-' complaints which have been received oon pltal supplies to aid thi lluropean Kd cernlng tlie five East Side banks which Cross societies. Donors may designate were closed by the State Banking De- . he country for which their contributions ..,,, ii. mi., ,i , . The banks to be InveMllgated are M. A I. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY Regular Service between Now York, Albany. Troy, Saratoga, Lake George and the North, Buffalo and the West. T- South Americans want, and once the trado ' tentlon to th fict that, nv for a fw Jnrmulowsky, 13 East Broadwuy, Max begins the banking facilities and bills of old reglsleied trude mnr'. It is un- ivonre. ii ' anai sireei, i.rocnosm v,o. exchange, will quickly follow. Some- lawful for an person, corporation or'SII East Houston street; Deutch Bros., thing must bo done promptly, however, i aioclation other than tho American Bed 310 East Houston street, nnd Adolf Man- for coal Is neded badly In South Amer-' cross ami us mny auinorue.i einpi.-jees , d(1 1J5 HlvlngU,n slrtst. lea, or down." CLEVELAND CHILDREN SAFE !N SWITZERLAND ,w ........ j ....... .......... - , , - - . 1 in ii itiu ititinu'ii ri,. rise t)i rnllroads must slhut and ngents. .ml th at my. navy and a committee, of which J. l. Magnus Is , '' 1 -.-. chairman, wan formed jestcrday under to ue the InsUtila of the society for any thn iio,, of state Banking Sup,-rln-purposes of trade or for advcrtlvmonts. teadeut igene Unb Richards to safe . guard the Interests; of the depositors of NEWPORT GIVES S6,oSU. ' tho different banks An office will b, I opened at 3ii Second avenue to register j depositors without any expense to them. I The State Banking Superintendent ex I pe'ts soon to make a statement of the condition 01 in mrroreni faults. SAY "KIDNAPPED" MAN MAY HAVE RUN AWAY I ton. at Si. .Horitz Two Ilishops Mnrooued. f'talled information as to th where ibotitj. of Mrs. Thomas J. Preston, Jr.. of Southern 1 ' 'r,ncrl5 ,,r wrover i iviann, was rcld jesterday by F. S. Hastings of 15. C Bcnedlot fr Co., to whom a tilegram from th Stat Ppartment mud know, 11 that Mr. and Mrs. Preston it r if a' the Hotel K ;'m. tt Morlt1. Swltierland. With them are Mrs. Per rlne. Mrs. Prraton's mother, the Mless.s Esther and Mirion Cleveland and Richard and Francis C.eveland. Mr. Hastings lv announced that Com- Foster Son. Mm. tinier Umir i.ll.'ls I. sun Purl of liny. NswroRT, B 1 . Aug. I afternoon there had be'n Moat magnificent river steamers In the world. "Berkshire," "C. W. Morse," "Trojan," sd "Rens.elser." J.ericr N K..dalIyatto P. 11., West ts?tstrret 9 SO'P.M Steamer Trojaateaves Niw otic Sunday ntihu. Houp u urche.ira. Ulnrstr Dances, Dlilng Berrlce a la Carte 1 'l 1 ills j a total of: With Thoir Mother. Mrs. Pros-: Policp Doubt Storv of Alxliiction ! SG''5'' ' ontrihuted to the; I itsii i.rosk w.ir runii mat is nemg iaisci of Dr. Mux Mostowitz nntl i In Newport .rcmb ." of the summer ico.on.i Of this 1 1 f0 was turned over to the r. astirer IU'cnro I, ftltlcsple. I by Mr.i. 1: II ii. Slater Sho had col- Called tn Brooklyn nnpilst Temple. The Rev. Dr George C. Moor, pastor of the First Baptist Church of James town, N Y., lias received a call to the pastorate of th Baptist Temple In Brook 1 11. as the successor of th Rev W. B. Wallace, who resigned recently. Thnne. 04OO Spring Day or Night. THE SEARCHLIGHT ROUTE Mrs. Grae Moskowttr of Tnafly, N. J., has asked the police to find her seven-year-old boy. Charles U. and hr hus band, Max. a dnt'st of 310 East 1MHU street, both of whom. sh says, wer kldnipp1 August J by five mn Mr.d a woman In a big touring car at the Man hattan end of th Fort t Verry. Ac cording to th pollc. howver, there are reasons to blle tliat th husband may ha gone sway with th boy himself, perhaps even to Germany, where he fell heir lately to an uncle's 130.U0O, and that I modore Benedict had received a cable J from Mr and Mrs. Thomas Hastings say ing thv er without means of re- T.lterpnnl llnnintlons. l'erpool vstenlu'y quoted January-Fc'-uarv a', fl.llu. lth middling un- '.w PM; ,ould'hom unmlfurihcV:'n.lng ,0 this country, their Pt.ers of r.et- Tie first official Southern ouota- credit bttig unusable. t'i-.i 'a-n yeterday from Augusta, i!a , 1 Frank A. Mrlntyre, secretary to John 1 tlon where both could visit him. oi- ii' filling from the om crop r. rVK'.ef. r,-elvH a telegram from th kidnapping story may be fal, Dr. Moskowltz got an lntr!ocutory de-, cr of d'vore In 131n, but his i"fe, a yar later, w on a decision that- th boy, who Is adopt), b placed In an lnstltu- Later I SUNDAY SAIL ALL DAY on tut Vj.i Tho last price quoted by Augusta . Mr- i,r"' OK',(' snJ MlM L"jra ' is IV).' on July 30. Japan was re- Moore lire safe at th Hotl National lirt.l to be buying strict middling In In Geneva. if "terio- or Teas at IPC r.... 1 r- Tas had further good rain yesterday, vis pre-npitatlon of 1 Inch to 3i Inches 1' lalllr.gcr. Browmwocxl, Clarendon, Fort U'.'fn Henrietta, Weatherford, Sherman " I'uL.n. Several other polnlH re s'1 I'm 4 to j Inch. Stlllemans of th B1- gian Bureau. 10 Brldg stret, said ye!" tn-dav he had received Mters from two Catholic BtAhops who r marooned In East F!andr., Belgium, the district whore thi' French, (Jermaus and Bel gians are engaged In dally battle. The two prclat' are Bishop Henry GabrleU of Og de.nsburg. N. V.. and BUhop Theophlln yenrscliert of Oklahoma. Both are Bel gians, but have been In this country for tt'm-s lT,,s, a5. is. Th cotton ' many years. Bishop Gabriels is more. V'ires h'h is ready for the I'rMdent'R than SO years old and Bishop Mecrschert Is rjtU" Th Senato agreed to-day to . n.iit TO Tliev lmv been visiting their COTTON BILL PASSED. M'asti'e MrlntliiK o Fiitnrea Now lines In President, Mrs. Mokoltz took the boy with hr to Tenafl, wlr her husband visited him everv W' "k He had taken another bo., about li vsr old, of Th'rd svenun ami 100th street, with htm on AugU't 5 and was bringing his adopted son bark to New York for an outing when th alleged kidnapping occurred. At th Fort 1. Ferry fir men In a touring .'ar are said to have trld to get the Moskowltz boy, throwing a towel over his head. VhII the father rslstd they took both away In the machine. The other lud Is said to hs.ve run horn From lili description of the woman with the men It lh llleved that she Ik th kid-nan"-d .hild mother. ' Edward Moskowltz, s brother said lat night he hud rcelvd a letter from a hospital In Pottsvllle, Pa., signed with a bln.-k hand mark nnd saying that Lir. Moskowitz was recor!ng from Injuries COOL HUDSON in nn nHsnulf b rersnns who kid. I boyhood homes and to gt to Antwerp, nii,)p, ),m hs adopted son. inrouKii in rir. MoskowPz Is 3; years 01a. i rt I -orrfrenre report upon it. the House UI r a I In lot. T . . .. .1. i.-' j thv sav. they mutt pass through th nr. MoskowPz Is 32 years old. tt- a-'d ! was "all.d un totdav 1'rrltory now In .inns. They dcrlbe ! 4 lncn ull w,uh1 JSo pounds, has dark link Qmlth tn th. P-iit It " i'untry as In a detracted stat. .curly lulr, dark complexion and wore -a 1 so lltti ;t"emlon that feTsn- "We ar, ail waiting for th frrlble . a ,. rK, Mllt and a stiff strata hat "". u deratood what th measure was unknown." writ's Bishop 1, br!e..j t. - eculute tradlne In cotton' '-"op - ,t e, j Spacious dcck-s and silons. pro tected from sun. L arge state rooms and parlors. 'Music. I'n excelled dining service a la cprfe Yonkers, Ncwburgh, Pouchlteep- sie, Kingston Point, Albany, Troy Newburgh or Poughkeepsie and Return Mearner taVes rwnrri for IV.ar Monti, tain t iKd st Pler.'tS. N. It., font lanal St.. il." M, M. l.li.l St.. Outll A. M. r'-en IHi .r St7nl Sprini- mot. HUDSON NAVIGATION CO. Alban; $1 .00 CONEY ISLAND Hudson River by Daylight All erlre Dally Eseept Sunday. Direct full 1 o ne U.ns tn all points In "1 ankllls. 5ara' . ihs Adlrnndatis, th Wt and North. MuIc fuitaurant Str. "Washington Irving" Tuesdaya, Thursdays, Saturdays. Str. "Hendrick Hudson" MondaJt, Wednesdaya, Pridnrs. Dc.bro.i.! St I II , W HA St. I A M , w ljth . ;o a Mi Vonkers. " A M .andlnc at Win Point. N b'ircli. ro'jhk". psl-, Klnoton Point, Cats k 'l Hudson anl Alrany All through rail t.-kela between N'.n Tork unn A bany ac-. 1 v pted I ARATO(i, week-end! rend ln TH.' day and fatnrdar, returning Monday, H.t.0. 1 Str. "Robert rulton" I l.sasea Dbrei.-s fit,, S 40 A M : W. Hi : , 10 A. Mi w t:th St.. 10:50 A. Hi. Tnkr. 10 SO A M . for West Point. Corn-1 nan. .s-Hivirsh an.1 pouanxcepjl. returning skiti da In aunt and twilight. Steamer "Albany" Afternoon boat for Wen Point. Nwrurah. I'nurhkcepil. Klnzton and way landings, leaves Dbrosi. St 1 Ii T M , West IM ' S'. C T. M West KJth Ht. J:J0 P. Mi, Venkers. 2 it P M Dally except 6undy. I Mal outlnc to tvst Point, returning by 8tr. KoiiEiiT rri.To.s," ti.oo, 1 , Hudf on River Day Line (AI.TIANV PAT LINK.) lleabrnsaes bU rier. w Tork. lei Spring U1 EASTERN STEAMSHIP L3NES ALL- THE- WA Y-B Y- WA TER Direct Between DrflTA WA NEW YORK and B f $ U Ni The Summertime Route The Um Dlninf) Service ob.n.nahle by tho Travelllnfi Public. Superb Ships. Co nfortable Roonn. Ka Tln.rrew tel Mrnni.tilii. w tssC'lll'MH f.s and llt'.VKi:i( 11II.L, lute l'lr If. North ItKer. t"ot of Murra) si., Meek tiny and Numlars at n p. M., iu linston HA. St.. same serlro relurnlnu. Ttritrh nnd nil tufuriia' on at the ' r.nlm City Ttelet Office, 290 Broadway, ami at City Tourist ctul A . V. Transfer Co. afreet. Throng' ,'t iceti . nil points lejond liottmx, including Maine and I' c Prnrincft. Ranragr cheeked through. Eastern Steamship Corporation AFTERNOON SAIL Str. "Albany" to f Tf JUU t I 11 1 1 jl Round Trip Iracs Debro!w St . t IV M :d St.. Ifij; W ljoth St 7 yt; Yonl'ers. 1 is V M Het'irnlnc, Str "Holiert Fnlion' lraes Wen Point S 'ii V M Une W 01 SI. S.10 V M. Ser vice dsn ex.i'i.t f'lnday Music. . Rejtnurant. Ideal Trip for Saturday Afternoon Hudson River Day Line Iet)r"M M. rirr. 1141 Sprlnc. A-n Vorfc ii iu mvr pun., itn 11 I ' II TL 11 rrn i: LT Mill k sal I U JU AH nani.,iiltiit-Mi tf f W I I r. nt . j R 1 i nd proWdsh for MandHrdlxmion 1 tn-.ld.. Ih de.rti. uio .nn . . navi ut iiMxai iu vxx.i nu - , , ft S-.T. . 7. i ioVm' " ' m PI n joertimnt of upland ajid t.ulf ' rosio to enlist, nnd all fi-lr huri and ( - .IU I. l-ll.lt 1. Miinit Itivnt. L "" .enirnelv I im.nl , , , mBns h.ivinr; been ommatideered fir Rnrnpsan .ntlnn "tnrletl .boU- 0 IS. tosi. ll.ll A V 1? IS, 1 IV 3-r.i ! IS 3 Xi. Jt il M M "0 ..V;;PoTeaci; pound'of6" tU'oov- n.Mt.ry e-rv.c. ''"H -n. Hre. ..... Winter. 4 ' ?Lf": VoXPl.KMUSI'' AltK. . fUjSIMk 1 . r"lrrH ,V, .w r2nlrl"' , li..!Ktmi who are rufferlng hcaus nmkiriK pr.rntlunt. for war ls.n winter Irlp marked dues nm sn in 13111I1 M. tjSuntS?.'m'' iJtessri , mouie r',"". v' -."" : . . 1 1 in v.. t...t.;r.n vt ,." ii tts t& 'to th. llev O. A. Nvs, soeretnry or tn 1 rArriino, prsiani i n- i-jn-.-nm-i i;..- 10111115 .jn. inuiua 1 jT. . sa- s. In j-1 l oiiicht or sold. 1 'ii is remitted In rases where th jr. w m ivritnii- and sets, out that f- i nad In the grades specified ii ivernmnt or settlement mad ' is s of that jrrad and Hi differ ri d if th settlement 1 upon th lower Krad than the on bar- a r 1 for I" to tho llev, O. A. Ms, sorrexnry oi hip iviriiim., i-i--i.i.iiii ..- , re'lf ro-nmltte. HubwriMlon of 1100 ! fh.imber of rommerr The orwnU.Hlon e-i'.-'i have been received from th. f'otirfer . iilms to bn of cervjee to irsors Inqnlrini.' ilri Ft at Vnix. Viui d. Weuti Hros.. und uNnit the resources of .outh and ( cn- Minor C Keefe. Other i-ontrlbutnrsi are Mirs Gertrude I. Hoyt. Charls IIbr and Ulllott llrim. Sth Iow, chairman of the, commute named By (lie jinyvr i" iwuwin nf nryr- ,m.l. K-..w, V,i,'F I , ,, ., ' . 1 Ktmndeil in rurope, pain mm inc tuin- - ,, . "k V,,'11' Kr'"1r "r qUVlty u tee had been able to aid elcht pawen- 0 . .0 b delivered under any ve.i "; , Philadelphia who arrived -.-t the mutter Is to be referred to , .n,n nUnt wUhout flJnil.. At a - --re.ry of AKrlculttir for adjust- 1 tln tht. exeentit ccinmltte ys- i ii-ia H.-ictii that a. rfnrt"tfma ' -ac is l h Imposed as. sn excise I Jf c,nmltt, meU every mud bv th ! f' si,-, ,,. th Trensury and 1a to be " ' firm th seller In th form of a r-,,m eln rotton nrodueln ' i"r rlni; membership In the ! r ttot. ronirrcss met here to-day if.e, e iii Southern Senators and . -Mf at'vey to device ways; and means -(. the .-otton plai.ler from further - h. a . j of hlH Inability to nrrt his jf .. fo foreiRn markets, ..s i.i edlal measures war din l ilt the sentiment seemed to be ' ' iinjlv hi faor of the adoption e plan of nnam'lnit that would tide ' N.uMrn planters and dealers over I "M 'Tlols. -.1 "t renrral approval was Ken to ' I 'op. made by Henatnr Smith of ' v a th-it Conuress should be asked ' '"ii the Tedsral reserve, not so as n't the mveptanro of cotton ware 'r tit-ate aa eollrlty for emr- lirr. Mey. iM.,f .s-mtli ursed the representatives " .o-ton states not be unduly ' 'islv II kmI.1 that this country, 'v 1 ..I I'Hii.i.la would spin and '.' x r ri.nt. of the prehent crop on "ism of H, 000,000 bales nnd that . . t., be paid would dei-nd largely ''at tin. person holdlnir would ask t He dls.mnrovfMi HtlrefiHtloilt that 1,''t hen nalfi for the valorization of 'oitor asserting that such a plan was 'r" x Mcjihle. The onfereno appointed oommittees to rk a plant, of relief which will be con Idsrad later In the. weak. Inryimlnc etetmer o as to give similar assistance to others If needed a l. 'or tral A'iirlcun countries "A representative of a bis forelitn na tion," said Mr Barrano yesterday, "am to ine last wlutor and asked If it was pos sible to ohtaJn 20,000 mules In South America. He did not explain what the mules were wanted for. but It Is not likely they would bo of any other service . of Telephone Dlrcctnrles in llurmpe than for war. Miortly after ward unother representative tirade In HUlrlea for un enormous quantity nf out ton duekltiir." v at s, .. II. fmni I'lr-r SreUda)H, Tirrnit. Sundays 4 lloluiavs, llin, ROCKAWAY BEACH "GRAND REPUBLIC" Sir, Lie c)er. S 3S A SI A . i:ui St , 0 tn A l M IS 1'. M , I'ier 1 N It . I0.su V M "2 15 1' M , Kuekawar beach. 17J0. r.'SO I M Transfer ro sir. "I. rami Henubllc." Iti.iind Trlli llrki'ls. .Kit-. hlldrrn. 2 Sc. KullTltr.e Tables are also on In'H nf back rover ieiepnonr ii'cinr -'. BRITISH FLEET TO GET OIL. Trro ftandnrd This Port. HAS TWO WIVES; COMPLAINS. Tnllnr Trjliiir to lUrspe Jnll Telia Troiililea to Court. Harris l'a ker, a tailor, who has two wives and two f.im'Hcr, fled a ple.i In the Supreme Tnurt yesterday, asking that an order of arrest obtained by ou. wife lie cause he h UUnic at tho home of the other be, vacated so th'it h van keep ou of Uldlow Street .tail. Packer was married In Rutwla nineteen ears aeo to Kranl Ufltowlli. He left her and their two children eleien yeara aso and emi grated to this country. He says his wife asked him lo give her a rabbinical divorce and lie consented, Packer nllefrea he thnupht h. could then marry araln. and did so. II learned recently that Ills first wife's divorce wasn't vnlld, and asked lilt second wife, Mrs. Anna Packer, to live upart from him until she could determine the validity of her marrlmrM by an annulment fcuii. , Kmrritciicy Ciirrrncj- NU.-d. 1 Hu KBrced to pay her a wreK penuinr 1 a. ..a tilaa w m t tvlfaa ftllH. Sir ch ldi J;0t her from nul ami 1 yesleMay that the amount of ,erK,ncy e was romtiflk.l to support them alo. currency appuen ior u ink mo un, ,1 was unii'i ' . n.., -.. mn nna mull nir 11 total nn. Tn cut down exnenmvi. i-acaer says, ne .. .' . fralser to Convoy T.nkrrs From The Standard Oil Company Is nppar- . ently plannlnic to nend two oil steamers, the Tonawanda nnd the Walello, to I-Iiik-land, under convoy of a British em er, now that the sea Is safe for UrltlMi j shipping The two vessels are being 1 coaled and provisioned for a six weeks, voyage at the Constable Hook depot. Hoboken. 1 Great llrltaln Is In need of oil, It Is laid, for her ships In the, North sea. 1 S.nco the outbreak of hostilities tbe. Standard Oil Company ha not shipped a g.illon of otl from the Hayonne plant where B.000 tnn have been wormnir hair time Fifteen oil bnntx owned by thn company, nine flylnr the tlermau flat:, live the Union .lack und one the Nether Imds flap, Hre now tn the loner bay with full cargoes. I.rsi i:mrritriiry Currency NU.-d. omdals of the Sub-Treasury reported HIGHLAND LAKE and j BE. FastSteelStr.HIGHLANDER and I .Mr a Host from Ipiotm l.unninu l.i..l!atlrn.tl::iO W.'JII.I llllW.l.l'Jn.) St.. IOi.101 Vnnker. 1 1 A. St. Hound 'I rip U.llv Sv i 'hlldren,:j -'undajs & lir Hd ;Sc. (hlldrrn .Ye. linkers, Sue. luli. I.AKI.i: Ili.M FIAMtlt. Ilefreh- luenls.AII tluldnnr Minrl. :' nr.. at sit. lU.V7ltl" l Inter-State Park Landings (aiiim, thi: 111 nso niv ut. :njui a rieasant Day fnder Hie Palisades Str ''Ilav Illde" Its. W, IMth St. Dally at 10.SOA U.jni, S-ail' U rare 33 cts Itound Trip. Children r'rre. McAllister St'b't Co ComfOlisble. Soeedv. Clananl Waw la fj NORTH JERSEY COAST RESORTS allialic H.ihhsdt, long f rirch, (Uijrr Part, siltiir. Prm P::iut, etc.. it til ihc Twia lC(5 lli.-l si lbs SANDY HOOK ROUTE NEW JERSEY CENTRAL An Ideal wy to 60 New York Harbor 1 f N If I'ltrllaS R .la St,, tk dtrt. I V), r- y, , 1 11, u 3, 1 I '4.1! i J. t 4f. p in, .'iit 9 ft a m. 1 t .CO 1 '4. iUp - p.m Ir 1 anr Vr only I.r V Y , Pff F. ff.t r rrlir S vei'.tiii. 19 0C tl 9 n CO, vJ, 1 41. "4 V ) 4t, I 19 p.tn 1" " ' 1 I 10. 4 00, T.W pk. m, (It. I C m V I ; Ht tb, fiSs'rt 'th. Ft'H'ttstt AftaU ml Ftt-Uw fnttt " sa n, . . M p.m, UUi i.3 p m CHlt. sik -1lrt 41 1C m. A. Jf tflfi rn IISUNDAY SAIL lirAm. YONKERS. NEWBURG, HJUUHK.tfc.r'a.fc, & Keturn The Pleasanteat way to spend the dav. Orchestra. a la carte. Cafe. Pier 32 N. R., Foot of Cannl St., 10:00 A. M.i W. 132d St., 1045 A. M. Thnne Kay or Msht Mprlnic 94011. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY MSLM $1.00 JL Hound Trip WEST POllN 1 SAIL Q. oaturaay nnernoon rr Daylight -Twilight Searchlight "ADIRONDACK" "Sf,n Cuisine Unexcelled. Music. 50 Cts. vj, .Miitni tivi:it. a r. jt. nr.sr man sr.. .4r, v. m. i, ni.nti si, iii.-M. iiiiLii at ffi,si I'tJI.vr.i Dancing. laiif tuocean tcyais. Marcoal tvaiaaa. fltvtr oat a' tight a' land ' Scaion Round Trip, $3.00 On War, 12.80 ATLANT "TV S'lCAHMHIP UNC N.w Vo.W IlrJoIi; a llrldcr Y lr. full of ltnnas. vrit nt.t i-unne. invamaxi vo: uptown t;n:ce, llnwiitnwn f 1 r r- 33S liica.1 -. inml-n offlc. 3i rultnn Ht. .n.nur (.it. -nsaaniew jcihatc i'noucs, Hell. 33H ; Coajt. 7.V7. H Kt'nr,liroa.tws 4SJ(lrii.i BLOCK ISLAND, OniSNT, OltnENPOItT. SIlKLTKIl ISLAND AND SAO I! ARDOR, air. 'Shlnn.cack" ef Montauk Staam'itst rmi.ont. ""'.nV ...A ...u.i. .... A ,n,,l .Ire III. l.rlnnlnr r.'. T.ln. I..... W T. Plar I. B. tl.. Tu.. ,Uh?r Vu. ""VloVth'movnent U " 1,1. R M; Bat. 1:0. V. U. Via Hist and Iroll.r, Si.5. Tforce.trr. 13 Vll I'rutldrara direct, SI. ,tu Pall', liit'luf.lnk nvnila). .ti.'IO I'. M Hr I en-em.. H.oii. til.r.nan'B't.'i'i. Kroro I'lcr IH, I Ii. I'lmos ?7M BeeW-nan, City Held OBce, 3W Droadway. V. Y. UplosD 'llcket Once. U'uity and :U SU I 'III! I'l III. II' III' I'l I IM BOSTON '1,Vr-.! $2.75 CONEY ISLAND AND ROCKAWAY BEACH TO-DAY INCI.I'IIIMI tVKST Mil ST. HIKAMKHM ltli:ilI.K A M'l.l KTEK l.ive Wfst UJIh Ht , 9 SO A 10 5" I I'- M. Wfat :ird st. lo o'j. moo, i t3o. : u, Hattary. 10 SO, II 10, J.00. 5 00 rony Island. 1 10, & in. aft. 7 A 10.00. Hocks'eav, IS.JK. 4'30 S S.i A H'30, i:.TK.l Tltll'N M.MIAV. Wl.l'lt UAlh. 1'or lllchland, Seatirtehl. l-ons Iranch. Asi.ury I'ark and all Jersey seaside resorts. I.eate ct S5th St., s:is, 10:.V) A. M , 3 I. M. IVittery (near Smith ferry , 0SO. tiao A. U 5-JO I'. M. SUNDAYS-West 3Mh St., 6:14. BJO. 10 A. al.i Uattcry, 9-0. 10. W A. U. NKW "TKKI srwui.ii,, M M.MI H t VT II l I.HIMIM vanity box irT' r'h,oWSs': ft. TUK Hflir-fN HATI.Y AN1 St S'UAV 7" i -M;uriii. .Ni itiiTi iiN. IP.ll '"'.Pliv ,p r.,,l Mnndnt . ne.iil.r f...p- a; Jll , fjcpt rtundai an I Mn.l' vit.iiT .tn. i r rm' "i i'"v NIkIh ' in ,"d" a' ii' p. S1.00 Kuril I J on in I I rip. Leave rut'terv 5 A M I.t tl.itt n 7 SO 1 f 11SI, 10 A M We.. 131st Ml. YonXers. 10 30 A M I' M , Tel, If & and Ilroud an.t its I Mornlntsl.le llnjl C4 7C la Host nnd Hall Ds?nirii7iurc tcei. i. .j, ,i it i.uut. i s:si i 4 In i ut S'-I N K toot Viett Knu.ion t All Oulilda Itunma, 1 1,(111 tn S.I. III). Mlrelelt equip. mem. Lptonn Ufllce, Broadway and Ma at. 'IcKpncce .rinc niii. M 8 30 Sight -Seeing Yachts OliKllAI . A IDl lllMI Arounu .tew Tork Dsllv. llattery Tier. in.Sn. 7,W. Lecturer, V. fi.utirttnn trltli suy other Mcht I.toe. MANHATTAN LINE $l.oo to ALBANY rilROHill Til KKI- AMI IIAI.Ii.VGE l lll'.( KKl) T) ALL I'OINTH. Rirellent lilnlnf Sertlce a la tsrte. 8tmr Itave dally l"r J. Nnrth Itlver. foot Wsst llninton St . Silo r W..I 181st St 4 V M Tti. Hit fprlnr HARTFORD LINE m SAm N,m 'til I ... IHv.tr fAt nf 1S4C 3'lB IIALCYON to the Ocean. Maadt 'Hook ft Scat, dally cioept Sunday, at 5 P. U. tar OsnnMtlsiel Und Ufntjnip, I'jo; ret. :jo. tci. uroia mij. . jter Isndlnti. writs for Summer tower. j