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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.
7Z 11 Tho Steadily Increasing Earnings of certain Public Utility Corporations over a long period of years and even during the past three months, together with the Higher Average Yield of Their Bonds justify our recommendation of carefully selected Public Utility issues at this time. Send for list No. AD-il N.W.Halsey&Co 49 Wall Street, New York Philadelphia Chicago Sn rronclwi notion Italtlmorn SAFE BONDS for INVESTMENT II rite Us for Sulfations. Colgate, Parker & Co. 2 Willi St. New York Bonds for Investment Harris, Forbes & Ct Pin Stmt. Comer William NEW YORK WHEAT tiUmtlte Stntlitfcs nd Oenenl Informitloa CoTernij a Period of 20 Yea Copy Upoa Etqvcit Kntfirii & rltuiartE (Cn., 3umrpnratrii SS.TS?!? PRDUCE EXCHANGE WtVBERS ! CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE ) BUFFALOCHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1 PHILA. COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE Direct Prirate Wire i to the Chicago Board of Trade. InaUnuaeom Senlce Produce Exchnngo, Now York FINANCIAL REVIEW OF THE PAST WEEK Itrsci'vp Hunks Oppn and ('of (on Dxehnnjre Itosmnes Mow About Stock KxclianircV nnd It look very much now as though not much more than two-thirds of the 32n,n00,0n, which wim while ago tin' possible tntnl nf our irold shipments this ear, wnultl go out. Hellectlnc the persistent downward ten dency of forolKti exchange, the domestic; money mnrkot has become Mradlly more comfortable. The rullni; rate of Interest la much ne-irer & to 8 'a lcr cent, than the f lo 6 1, per cent, which obtained at thf clone nr last month. Anticipations: of the operation of the Kedcral reserve hanks have In larce part conduced to the calls, factory position of money, which Is other wise denoted by the rapid retirement nf elearliitr house certificates and emnrKenov SI SI'KJlnV VMIfit'l ll t.,VIit'llrr',1ey t the end mp cities. It slinuln Ml 01 III) L.M)lMt be forKotten alto that the changes Jwrouuht In reserve requirements and In 'hanking power by the Federal reserve When exlstlnc conditions .ire examined '"-'em ro supplemented by the reduction It appears that they are contributing povv- rrrv'l, "'''''"".V! 'or .'"L.r1 erfiillv i n a. i ii.. i ... ne.rln House nstltutlons and by the v b. ? ! '"l-enlnR of the Nw ,mlalJrd provisions of the New York orn Mock I-.xchangrt und consequently all Htnte banklnc law. Not only has the the other organized security markets In country's banking power generally been the country. A good deal of financial re- multiplied, but the hanking power of the arrangement to the circumstances of th r?,,n,rv'" nna,iclal eentre and cointnerelnl war has been r.o.m,t...i w ..... ....... clearing houne has been enhanced In other ., , " 1 "" tways " '-iiii-i Rrnc.v measure ana aro G.M.-P. Murphy & Co. 43 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK Executive reorganization and operation of Industrial properties J; Benjamin Franklin says: : ! Y " Patient e in market is worth X founds in a year." . A A J, 'PHE '.litt Investor will hesitate to buy ,i. Y in m'Ut of vviJelv fluctuating f "I""- '$ JJ Intrrcit-bearing ttrtlfieaiei of iipnl offer JJ A meat ittrictive medium of Invcitmrnt it A YiJvh a time. They may be made payable V Y 't firtJdite or on JimjnJ and thui may JtJ be usfd to lurply fundi at a time most JtJ J. favorable for permanent inveatment A We thill be g'ad to discui thia matter A Y with thote interested, confidentially and y .j! thout charge. J Franklin TruSl Company AVw Ytrk Ofitt I 46 Wall Street ''. Mtin OtTuu 165 Montague St., IVklyn. X F.'8- St. Ofictt 569 Fulton St., B'klyn. jjj x-x--x-:-x--X"X-xx--X"X-J WBroQdwgy nrthAv.c34ttist len0XAY.6123USL TOrd AY.&4flttlSt. Truttee for Pertonal TruiU V JTrutee for Penojuu IruiU rillh Arenae and 311th U, NewTwk Nottre In llolilrr of The Mrtniiolltn Tele. phmn Irlrvrupli ('ninpnny Urn I Mnrt- mm- (,lil liuiiiU. , HAVK'nilS TI.L'ST COMPANY, luccmor ' erer in THe Mercantile Trunt Com p" Truatee under a certain mnrtgaite ' My :iih, !" nno an agreement 1 N.veMiViir Int. hnti lii Llted bv MrtropnMtan Telephone A Telegraph ' P n" whlih the New York Telephone nae aFumefl ana agreea 10 pay. inure propopili up to the floae of J'' n. December :. 114. for the sale to It O" -v : 1416, of bonda aecured by lrt r e. at pr 1. e a!afacinry t" the Naw ' phf.ne Company, at rate not ex ' K pr and tan par rentum premium, a. amount a ahall not meed tha ' f l!5 13 39, tl.tnkrra Truat Coinpanj, Tnitee. '-r Y 'k, November 1. 191) dealing now only with the final rehahlll. tatlon of all the customary machinery of commerce and banking. foreign exohaiiKo cm fairly be de. scribed as ruling generally In our favor and there Is every Indication that In the near future 1a growing credit balance will he substituted for tho country's debit bal ance on foreign account. The domestic money market Is o comfortable that money Is fast becoming easy. The swell Ing purchases of our goods and commodi ty s which other countries uro making here show what a business outlook we have as the prlnclp.il soureo of supply for the. ret of the world. Not only domestic but foreign confidence In the American busi ness futuro Is reestablishing Itself, evi dence of which Is given by the anxiety of lemdon to lend money lo the American market Instead of to withdraw It there from. A very great Impulse to the recov ery of confidence at home was given by the recent elections, which showed that the tide of public opinion had turned strongly away from radical political Inter ference with business activities. The whole country wants to go forward In a busliust wty. It want.s to make money, but Ita progress will be seriously Impeded a long as the organized primary securities mar ket Is closed. Opening: nf the lleaerrr DnnUa. To-day the Federal reserve banks begin operations and with tho Inauguration of the new banking system there disappears one argument for maintaining enterprise In 11 Mate of check. Apprehension long ago jnded as tn the likelihood of unset tling disturbance to accompany the transi tion from tho old banking systtm to the new, and now bankers and business men think only of the Increased equipment of nnnnclal facilities which the Federal re serve Institutions will afford. The Federal reserve act Is not an unassailable miracle of legislative accomplishment, but In all Important re-pt-cts the financial organiza tion which It provides Is a tremendous advance on anything we have ever known. The personnel of the directum J of the various regional banks and tho makeup of the Federal Reserve Hoard, together with the policies which have been outlined by them, deinonatrato that the country's modernized financial machinery will be carefully and prudently handled. In all probability there is no adequate appreciation of what the new banking factor means for tho multiplication of ihe country's economic strength, but there la a warrant for asserting that, especially under the conditions which the war abroad has created and will create, we can, If the Federal reserve banks are a-s wisely administered us they promlso to be, con vert tho status of the country from that of a debtor nation to one of a creditor nation. It may seem far fetched to s-iy that there is any chance In the near fu ture for the United States to become an exporter of capital Instead of an Importer, but It Is difficult to form a Just concep tion of the extent to which a scientifically orgnnlzed banking and currency system scientifically mmaged will make the vat resources of American wealth unnroce dentedly available for economic uses. Pol Itlcs comes In here to corroborate assur ances alone these lines, for the latest tokens of politics are that Government will have to get out of the way of business and give It a clear road to progress, To-day also the New York Cotton Kx- changn reopens for business. Other cot ton exchanges here ana abroad must follow thle lead, and a very material de partment of economic endeavor win mere upon get to work again. The restoration of the future market for cotton will help the South by providing a method of dis tributing the hu accidental surplus of cotton over a prolonged period of future delivery. Prices for tho staple will strengthen and tho genoral banking posi tlon will bn helped by the fact that cot ton loans will promptly become liquid The c tton consuming trade all over the world will be helped and our export trade movement will gain t an increased ship ment of cotton, which will approach tho normal outgo. W.th the setting up nf the new bank Ing system and the resumption of futuro trading In cotton the only Important ma ehlncrv In the countrya oeor.omlc equip- ment which will bo at a standstill will be the Stock Exchange. It Is becomlnf : nueatlon moro and mora Imperatively ask Ing answer how much longer banking and business Interests can face the pros pect of a continued suspension of the or1 ganized securities market. Fnsorntilp Fncfnrs of Vnlnr. If the reabons for regarding the so lutlon of the problem of Stock Kx change reopening hs something not al together remote nre considered more at length the dUIlculty of Ignoring them beccmes lnc-enlnKly manifest, Two of All these are reasons for a return of financial and business confidence and signs of It. They are corroborated In other directions, as In the understanding reached by the New York savings banks that It Is no longer necessary to maintain the sixty day notice of withdrawal by agreement. Testimony of a moro con vincing eort Is given by tho securities market In the various ways In which dealings In securities hae been carried on, There has been a steadv relaxation of restrictions on trading, succeeded by the steady expansion "f transactions at prices recovering firmly from the extreme of recent depression, When all emlMrgoes against trading on the Ilroad street curb were removed last week. Including the ban on the publication of prices. It was a very strong Indica tion of the quarter from which the wind of financial sentiment Is blowing. The tokei.s were strongly corroborated by the ruUr-; promulgated from the Stock Kx change on Friday night permitting ttnre strleted trading In State and municipal bonds, but requiring foreign transactions In such securities to he suhmltted for official npproval. The more striking slp nltlcance of this departure was Its recog nition of a principle of discrimination which could be Invoked to protect values from excessive foreign liquidation. How llxrliniiKe Snapenalon Ifnrt. t'nlcss there are preponderant reason? to the contrary, the country should refuse to remain unnecessarily tied up tn the con ditions of the war abroad For all one can see, tho problem of Stock Kxchange reopening will Pe essentially the same no matter how long It solution Is postponed Indeed, there arc more cogent re.as.onj for believing that the lapse of time will complicate ,t than that It will simplify It it is unminrfaoiu mat the Anier cm neonle will allow their misfortunes on account of niay have to make Its decision Iti the Kaslem rate oase before b.inlflnt Interest will be willing to move toward the opening of the Stock Kxchange. That may brln-r us so near the end of the year as to retard Stock Kxcharme reopening until tho annual balance sheet date Is passed, but so far as the arguinenta pro and con now appear the considerations which urge 11 restoration of the organised securities market should prevail over those In op. tmsitlon. t'nlcss It Is to he suppoi I that the country can afford to have the Stock HxrhanaV remain elo.eil during the war and then for an Indefinite period after ward, which it cannot, the sooner reopen Ing takes place the better. There will then begin a continuing rendJUHtment of values to the conditions of the war nnri Its consequence which inn be far mote readily accommodated than If readjust ii)cnt wern put off to bo Effected all at once. That there are doubtfitl elements In the Stock Kxchange situation may be ad mitted, but there Is not one of then which can be resolved except by the determination of facts. Conditions may be presented after the reopening of tho Stock Exchange which call for extraor dinary measure, but we cannot know anything ulMiit them until the exchange Is opemd, and at the worst It can be closed uguln. When It came to resuming specie payments some forty years ogo the country found that the only way to resume was to resume. The only way to reopen Jio Stock Kxchange Is to reopen It, DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR. nx IUVIDKNO. Company and -Term nutterlrl. f'n.. otltirlerlv. Independent nreulnn. quarterly I.lavett & Verr, quarterly I.lndeaj Unlit, quarterly.. Natlinnl Hlvult. quarterly Ohln Kuel Oil ... Southirn lire Line, quarterly J White Eiialneerlnx Corpora tlon, quartrrl) . . . DIVtDK.Vna l-AYAIIl.E American (iraphephone. quarterly prd 1 American Itadlntnr. quarterly. ,. pM 1 Amertcin Soda Fountain, quarterly - iu HuMon Ktrator. quarterly . . 11 Ilurna Hros., quarterly .... com I U i'anud.1 Cement quarterly . prd t . Canadian 'n rrt. re. quarterly.. - --!, crown iie.ene Mlntiis monthly 1 Stock Ami pM ia4e., com 3. pfd IV,'', pfd 1 , ' . 5f)e, (e.nn pfd :, The New Banking System The new Federal Reserve Banks, as provided for in the Federal Reserve Act, have been estab lished in twelve of the principal cities of the United States, and will open for business to-day, Nob. 16. The purpose of this new law is Mto provide for the establishment of Federal Reserve Banks, to furnish an elastic currency, to afford means of re discounting commercial paper, and to establish an ef fective supervision of banking in the United States." We have prepared a revised digest of this Act which will enable you to readily obtain a compre hensive idea of its provisions; and shall be pleased to supply copies upon request. Ask for Booklet B-364 Guaranty Trust Company of New York 140 Broadway rmk Arena Breach. Safe An. Ud Si. Capital and Surplus, LawrJna Qfict, UtWsata St, E.C. $30,000,000 WEATHER FORECAST iisliinu'lon Predictions for To ilny nnrt To-morrow. rfd 2' com 4 Pfd 1 . r 1 pfd 4f. j com lej pfd 1 ej Oomlnimi trl.tire, quarterly Ulk Hum l'uel, retn.anmial . Illinois Traction, quarterly. . . Illuminating Power Seiurltlea Corporation, qturterly. international Hniokelc.f Powder K Chmlrl. aetnl-annual KftmlnlattquU Tower, quarterly.. MrC.nl rporatlon Mobile nteetrle, quarterly .Montreal l.tuht. Heat Power. quart erlv iiiotial Kennlna. Quartern. . e..n 11 Mlea-Hetnent-Pond. quarterly... pfd 1 u c, Pa. 'Hr (la. A Clectrlr. old pfd li.ri I'aelfl.- Oaa A Rlectrlc. Initial, quarterly t Pf t tt e l'enman'r Ltd.. quarte-iy rnm ii rratt Miltne, quarterly pf,l 1 4 -, I ut.ii.,, . ... .iiitr it-rii' 2 nn rtlulit of Way Mining, Ltd .... irj, nlker A liegeman Corporation 1 'toe kl . . . in Seare Roebuck, quarterly com II TS S'leremlth Co. quarterly lr. Southern California Edlion, quar. ,r''- com 11. '"PHE War has made possible unusual investments in the bonds and preferred stocks of Public Utilities in this country, but it has not decreased their earnings. We are recommending especially the First Mortgage bonds of a western water power and lighting com pany and the guaranteed preferred stock of an eastern electric company. Send for tUteriptmns William P. Bonbright & Co. Inrorporatcd 14 Wall Street PIIHjanKI.PIIlA IIOSTON I.OMION: William I. llonlirlKhl Co. New York iiniitoir TAItlM ItonbrlBhl A Co. Tor eastern New York, fair tn-dayl colder In north pnrtlont fadr and much colder ta- ninrrnw I fresh northwest winds. For New Jerey and eastern Pennsylvania, fair to-day anil to-morrowi much colder to night and to-morrow, fresh northwest winds. For northern New tlngland. rain to-day with higher temperature, fair and colder to- , morrow . strong outh, ahlftlnc to weat winds. For southern New Flngland, clearing and somewhat colder to-day, fair and colder to morrow, strong northwest wlnda. For western New York, rain and much eolder to-day, fair to-morrow, except anow flurrlea near the lakes, etrong northwest w Inde NKW YORK. Nov 1. The atorm from the Gulf of Mexico reached into the States of Alabama and Gaorgla. where the rantra waa pai.lng northeastward attended by un ueually heavy ralna tn the raet gulf, south Atlantic mates and In Alabama; the heasieat waa In Florida.. The atorm waa Increasing In aeverlty and the wlnda on the roast er ahowlng greater force from the northeast. It wa raining In the Ohio Valley and tower take region, the middle Atlantic and south ern New rlnfl.-ind Slates There waa a second and leas severe atorm mona- up frnm the extreme Hmithwcat, kHImk eome light rain In the s trinity of Texua, Arkansas and Oklahoma In the central West and Nnrthweit It waa fair and ellcht'v colder There were no wry deilded rhangea In temperature In any of the Ulatrlcta. In this city there waa rain throuuhout the day, alight change ef teinpern are winds be omlng hiKh nnr'heaat. nerage humidity. & per cent . barometer corrected to read p sea leel. at I A M 3d :4. 3 P M 30 03. The tempeidlurr In this rlt Jf Herds, . aa rerotded by the ufnclat thermometer, is shown In the annexed table inn I I'll inn. o a. m is .n e p vi . nr. M ! 40" l P l ' ill' :t P M Hi" 4P r: Mid . i'P HlKhejt temperatuie, IK, at a p. M 1-owest temperature, if. at s . M the war to be unnecessarily Increased, us Tampa Kle- irlc, quarterly i -i they will be If the facts of tho Stock Kx-1 Tremont i Suffolk Mlila. aeml- change situation aro not dealt with as thev I V . ... -. 15 oo :iee. 1194, tan, mi. !: " .in mn.. 1414. :41s. sr-44 ; las' IIIOI.. 53!4. iM. tt.'S. S-S. ' oan bo dealt with. Peprlved of the facilities of the stock Exchange, American business enterprise cannot fall to suffer eeverely U com-' merce and Industry ar-n adjusted to the financial proce.ea which centre In the Stock Exchange and to the rreisnre of values that It furnishes. With tie stock kxchange In a state of suspens'.in, bankers, manufacturers, merchants, ll kinds of productive and distributive trade- are do ing bulness in the dark. Even though prices are made outside of the Stock Ex change they cannot be trusted when they are not sunjecteo to all tho teats which they will undergo In the regular de.illmrs In the orgnnlzed market The Stock F--chance supplies the first rough and re.ulv barometric readings of economic condltlnn-- which business men habitually consult. They are reading" which are subject to correction by other Information, but with out them It Is very hard to determine trade, Industrial and banking conditions and prospects with anything like the tol eptble accuracy necessary to 'nduee busi ness ventures and commitments. All values are summed up on the Stock Kx change and reflected there, ami values air! the medium of trade. Quite apart from Its barometric fun--tion tho Stock Exchange eoncent-a e processes for rende'lng capital liquid which nre Indispensable to the proteeu tlon of enterprise. W.thout the organized securities markets and tho prices which are made therein a huge bulk of loaning operations Is contrncted tn a minimum During the stock Exchange stupem-tor credit cannot he easily obtained on In vestment holdlngn nor can Investments be easily converted Into cash nor ! motic readily forthcoming for Investment. With out th customary equipment for capital operations the financing of eatahllshcrt enterprise and of now enterprise Is con fronted by almost Insuperable obstacles, and whether It Is genorf.lly realized or not modern business Is absolutely dependeT on the continual working of the Invest ment market for the maintenance of volumes and values quite outside tin volumes and values of the securities mar ket ltaelf. a to Meneior nf I.lqnldntlnn. In nil discussions of tho Stock Ex change problem In the last threo months It ha been conceded that thn menace of foreign liquidation was chiefly what stood In the way of reopening. There Is domes tic liquidation tn be apprehended, but every factor which can be consulted If assurance that ihls will be more than offt-et by Investment absorption and that .the quantity of It will ho relatively In considerable. As for the contention that tho effect: nf a lower price level on balnnco sheets and the Hko Is to tw feared theie Is nothing morn' certain than that losses will have to bn written off anyway The world's level of Interest rates and price of 1 capital has nlieady been raised by the Injun American Clxar. quarterly pfd ll' I nlted t Igar Sl.,rce. quarterly. com 14' Iriflnla.Carnllna Chemical, quar terly Pfd : tho main factors ..eiringon values at any war rt , voar, to , , the foreign Investment In Amorlcan securl- :i.i:CTI(),Ns AND MIlKl'lNOtf. IIDMIY It. WOUTIIIStilON. Nnllie nf Annual .Meeting. " ' l,fret, given that th Annual iei 0f tn, j-to, khoblera of Henry n w na-ion will he held at the office nf tha f ' Harrl-'in. New Jir.ny, on Tueadav, "a-, nf liecemrcr, 1914, at 9 o'clock 'he aft.-rnoon. for the election nf dlrec 1 r, tha approval and ratincatlon of all i pro. ceilings of tha Hoard nf Plree- - 'I otlicf r of the Company since tho .etlng nf etockholdere. and the trana- 'i eu'-ii o'her tiualneaa ua may come 'he meeting. i.lmite booka nf the sal, I Hoard of ' will be at the office nf the Com p 'i to the Inspection of any atnek- f leeord at the time of aald meeting. a- ordanre with the laws of the HUta s- tt-raev nn slock lan be voted iipun a been transferred within twentv i pre, edlng tho dale nf tho tleetlnn anafer hooka nf the Company nil! 1 Nnveint-r th, 1UI4. at three I' hi the afternoon .un remain rloaed '" r-nlinr :nd, 1311. at ten o'clock In f r rnon I '.I'l.lt fiF Till' IIOAHP OF rnti:c splendid .to,, year has been supplemented whch tcg , ,,,,, fmure of ,hf hl ?ropl,1 , " nlli T.h" '"l ! rmtl States to the conditions of tho war wheat, cotton and potatoes aro of bumper , nj,,.,,,. nil erona I. well above the averare No rellancB oon "lHC,rt on '""'ances nil cropa is wen anon me nurwi .,.i.in e -, ..,,rt.i.. of rwnt y ' lM; Iftrtn, ,Mn.r, will bn moderate in tics ' """'- "' "'"rlV; '"t wo can bo absolutely aure J"?, un, been for, he VnlMnS " bo Mrlrtlv "ntroHcrl by had It not been for the International lima ft . , A ,. which caused reluctance, to vote "CTinjt of Arcrk.an lnvPStm(.nt8 will bo loatl o th? .A,,,"Ln,?i? ..il', YJ LryiJwn with thon. and their reluctance to .rww'nVa , ., of effom, to ,,,T , IMWM? must be Inevitably Increased by . - . f it. via nn r the I'n ferl Ntutnu n n 1 I.. ..oennau ti'MlIil ll.Vfl h.lin i----' ..... - - IIUSIIIC-.-. II. ........ overwholmlngly mndemnatory. Domestic hunmee is generally in a State IH reiotr iieine.,,, ,.v tvlll h ivh.n r.iriilae d.nllnir. ie r...n..l Is generating Impulses to an all,,,, ,,, M, . ,,wh v,,.,'". M ' fir it - M CI.AItK k Vi-.veinlier Ulanl Se. retary il'i I'M! IMMIICMIH AND IMKItKhT. Mi:ttl('.N dKAIilnl'IIOSi: ( (. I 1 ' I'ICIIIlllll IllVIDKND S'LI nl end i No. f.r.i of one and three. 1 "i i per cent has been declared e Preferred r appal atnek of the ' iriiphoitmne 'ninp.inv. paysble ' r ir.ih. K'll. tn stn khnlders of . the clo.e nf buslncea November i order of the Illreetnrs. IHMVAItll ll KAHTON, Preeldent t 1 1 I.I M'.IIM. ( IIIIMK'AI, I'OMI'ANV. 1 I'Hin '. .f.rk iher 1914. . rtflv ttli'ldcitil nf one and one. half MH'ii w'l be pild peieiulur 1, i n. a " a sfockhnldcra nf record at 1 v . ,..nl,er 19. I'll 1. l,ANr.-Ti:it MOIKIAN, Trrnaarer, ahiwid In enterprising business fashion with all departments of the financial and commercial organization at work as they trade nround revival. The forolgn trade situa tion Is Indeed of a most gratifying cnar ncner. Very clearly we are going to niako sutastantlal Imports, but they are going to represent liquidation nnd sacri fices on tnc pari or inner rounirn , ami It la even clearer that we are going to make an extraordinary volume, of exports. Long after tho war comes to nn end the I'nttcd States win nave perrorce to no the Inrgest purveyor of goods and com modities to all lands. A good deal of our I customary expenditure ahroad has been and will remain sharply curtailed, and a billion dollar crrdlt balance Is not an exaggerated estimate of the International financial position wnten tne country is llkelv to attain before the end of t f 1 K. leaving out of the reckoning 1he foreign . return -mcrlcnn security Investments. ' Som'"oTh.?crs bellcvo that any such eritlmnte of nur credit balance Is ex- , reivelvely conservative, but In any event tho return of eeoiiiitle from abroad will be tremendously facilitated by It. In the past week the money market In both of Its phases, foreign and domes tic, presented the most nusplrlous omens. Sterling exchange and francs havn prac tically fallen to tho normal ranite. All other forma of European remittance are abnormally In our favor, and It Is doubt less only a matter of time before franeti and sterling exchange will bo selling at a sulestunllal discount, lly the gold exports made or arranged for und by tho pur. chase of remittance ut a premium, In order to pay foreign rtfhts, American business has maintained Its credit ahroad, on thn Stock Exchange. Furthermore! It Ik astonishing to compare the Apprehension of fotelgn liquidation with tho actual evidence of the last three months. No where In Wall Street has there been any sign nf foreign pressure to srll snuiilles slnco tho termination of the period of acute panic In the last week of July and the first week of August, The Interstate Cnnimercn Commission COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY. NKW YORK COPNTY Suprem" Court -Appellate Dlvlalon Re. ccaa Supreme Court VppeRate Term Recess Stipre-ne curi -sr.e Term-J'art I - -.A io'30 MrK'r J Mo,l" lender nV'd Part II -llefme n.-is. j Court opens at 10 30 A M K parte matters. Ptrt III lWnre Cay. J Motion- fie. miirrer- Sn. :s Preferred lausee Nos H, 31S. :U0, 341. 314;. 34T, 33. 3S3S. 36U. 3l,9f. 3te. 36H. IfJT, Jioa! "40. Central calendar Nn. HH. 11. 101 T '. 5s. tw, :3. ssai, -Tii. :;o tsa, :4j, :,-, ,,,, "f. 2?T,'i-2,?''- V '" unnnl.hert I art I Ilefore lireenbaum, J Ca un- f.nlahed Part V Ilefore , j Part VI Ilefore BIJur J Clear Part VII Hefore Pendleton, J Case un- finished Part VIII Before HlancJiard. J Caea ,.'i;,.".,. hWn.t..'r',m lrt HI- to To-tj ' X VI and VIM. for trial Tr.t! Term Part II Define BIJur. .1 -. .a -hi. .101.. jjb. iht. ::. lisi. ali . ' . JOIS. JOS- Jim, jtjs jj,, ;.,' ..t' 040. pin. m7 lino, :ht. io:: :n, hu. '3; :4"-. :"?'' :sS9- -" .'3 jooj ::9 Inquest Noa. 314, J014. .01s el-ar Pari Ml - Refer- Weks. .1 "1; fie:, inos. bs-ii, loni, ui. lot 3(' 912. 10S. f630, (St, 4, J5-. ,, j.;j' 7;'r:n i:n. i:tj. iji.. ijV:, 1344 Part IV Ilefore Cohalan. J Nn 10.1, sos 91- !" 3T. ';. s:v' i0is.' loi's i-f V ,C . ,3"' ,:3T- 15:' 1:S6' 'J4S 's .inSnlshed Part V. Refore Plataek. .1. Noa fi:. Tn 907 S34. 43T. 4!, r,(l(14. H4 43, ( 44 4. K1.1 IS44. 1S4&. IS Iti. 1147. 1160. in:. i:j- 13,5 1'V 1311 3SS- ' I3 1S1 IK!. 13ii3 Case unflnlahed Purl VI -Ilefore Krlanger. .1 Noa. S9. ion. l'.if, 1017 1011. 1071 in.', ie7. 1-57 i:iio. i.-r,i. i:c i-sr, i-m. I!ST' ':. u3. i::n 1:71. 1:77. u:. i?7 i-n Clear. Part II --Ilefore III, pell, J - -Nop. ?n 116. 1073. 107 1. 107, 1077. 1OS0, SSS. (,;, f.4 11:1. in:, i2t, i-n, ij, 1093, HO, III. i::. i:4S, t:S5, KSI, 133K. Caaa unilntehed. Part VIII - R-fore IVigro, J Nns IK, 1117. 1111, 936, . 4374. 91!, 917. 993. nn, 1119. ii30, 94:. i :c o. i ;o. 1:9s. 1:93 1303, 1304 1339, 1310, 1311 Cape unflnlehed. Part IX Refore Donnelly, J Inquest No ',0:1 Case unflntphed. Prt X. Refore Oavegan. J. Noa. 100a, 1191, llC. US'. 1 163. 111!;. MO, 11(a ,,s. T91. 797, 111 1175. 117S. 1174. ISOf.. 1901, 1311. 1 S 1 1. 131E, 1314, 131C. 1331. 131!. Cape unfllilahed. Part XI Refore llendrlck. J. Nna. ills, 704 4, S71 1. 11', 117, 1111, 1190, 119:. 1193. 1194. 1 19S, 11J6 U07. i:0S. U0:, i:03, KOI 150. 4I44. 18:4, 30, t(z, 134 119. 4104. Clear. Part XII No day calendar Part XIII Ilefore. Roret. J N01 tit. "114. s'a s:., 7u. i:s. 1:1. 4:4, ki. 71 MM, 1317. 1119, li:i, 1331, 1337. n:. 1319, is3o, un. in:, ins. 1337, UH 1310 13&? Clear Part XIV Refore Phllbtn, .f Noa. 441, 473 73:. 721, 727. 197S. 232, 10. 724, 481. ir.73, 42, 324, 171, 129. III. 731. M, 134 if,. 124. Sit. 321. 10O1. 2214. 709. 1733 ; 397. 711, 719. 1047, 1063, 1016, 1067. lDm io3 cae unfinished. Part XV Hafore C.off. J. Nop. 913, I5T, 1,(1 9HI 101. 1017 1011, 1019, 10:0, 10:1. 1022, 1023, 1024, 1027. 1039, 1030, 1082, 1033, 1031, 1035, 1037, 1031, 1OI0, 1041, 10I-, 1016, 1050, 1061 10S4, 1056, 10(9 1 Oe-'l. 1061. lOr.2, tOll, lOlil Pirt XVI Ilefore Page. .1 Nn day cat end .r Part XVII Refore , J No day cal endar Part XVII I. Refore (llegerlch, .1. Nop. 91, 919. 9112, 991. 916, 41, 41. 93;, 322, IH1, S01T. "19, S:i. 7.11. 72, 904. 930, 919, 313. 76. 73. 293, 97, 77, 1006, 1006, 1004, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1016. Clear. Surrointr'a Court Chambers Refore Co halan, S. Cnurt opens at 10.30 A M Wills for probate Jullua W. (lever, Hem Jnkel. I.etltu Capel. Louis lleagger Sidney Hah In. Relle Harti, James II McLaughlin. Hops Murray, Malthlaa 1. Jnnea, John J llupaell, IMw Judaoti, Mary l.oewa, Mary (1, Peat Surrogate's Court --Trial Term TJpfore K.MVler. H Contesled wills Nop 3200, i:i9, 3:07 asta. 3220, s::i citv Court Spetlal Term Part I --Refore .Hchimuk, J Court opens at 10 A M Mo. Itnna. Part II Refore McAvoy J Court opens at in a .m i. pane inauere Trial Term Part I Refure Ransom. J - Nm '.'195 3i.'.'. 2llil. 2tn3. :, 2437, 2497, ?00, 3' II, .S.'O, 2611. "n.'i!, , :..!, 1S00, l'l-l -Oi:i, .1111, l;.l 311 2131 .ll!t( ZIH, Harriman National Bank Fifth Avenue J.nd 44(h Street NEW YORK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS . . $1,000,000 DEPOSITS : .$14,500,000 Accuracy In nccouiillnc courteous scrvico, promptness and llh erullty in dealing nnd a .sound business policy In iidmlnlbtcrinK its own nffalrH chnrarlerlzo the Harriman National Hank, which films thereby to establish with customers relations that shall prove reciprocally permanent, pleasant nnd profitable. 1 - i BANKING. HOURS FROM 8 O'CLOCK A. M. TO 8 O'CLOCK P. M. SAFE DEP0SI1 VAULTS OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO MIDNIGHT 2513, 1646, 2tT 2549, 55S1. S I, SSIJ. ..64 IS.-,i. J65I. 25' : 5: " -S6'. - ' -6 893:4. 3047 2331 3271 t'I'ar 754 Ui U. 7 6 71. I. Ml. I. T .. iJl; 796. 79V. SIT. 921 26. -7 7. 744 The following capep will be pasted Jr the day! Noa. 70. 143. 774. ICI. M2. .6.. i. S. 129. 719. 799 100. 901, .::. "23. H. 295 761 f.14 525. 761. ads. 0. Ml. M3. 1J. 116 222 719, 734, 103, 90, 55, 711, kOJ Ms. 910,' 916 Clear ... , Part HI Refore t.a Ketra. .1 Com merclal calendar Voa 9793 6626 .M. 5926. 64594 '. 41. 40644. '. 9951 9161. 9772. 44. 2t. 9791. III?.. 94I 169'. 1700. 3T01. .HO:, 3103. 3704. 360, 6970. 9161. 94I. 4ls4. 9009. 7961. 9007, 9349, 9345. .17344. 9723. 6935. 7102. 4671, 590i, 5172. S173. 7541. 9616. 51714. '671 1007. 7741 -tes iii n7. S72. 4S30's Clear. Pari IV Before Lynch. J Clear Cautee to be tent frnm Part II' for trial Part V - R-fore Ktneiltc, J Case un finished . Part VI Refore McAvoy, J Case un finished . Part VII Refore Delahnnty, J Caje un flntphed. Pirt VIII Refore Smith. J Cape un- fnlPhed Caupea to tie pent frnm Part 1. to Parts V, VI. VM and VIII for trial KINGS COUNTY. Surreme Cnurt Appellate nislslon Sec end Judicial ItisllmeM Refure Jenka, P .1 liner ThMrsp. Rli ll Putnam. JJ feur opens .it I p 1 .Motion calendar- V in Ip't Park I" Allhauee. In re Waahlllgtnn avenue 1 Ifornugh eif Queens 1. In re W tehlnaton urenue .nurnuah of CJueer.al. Sll-rrman Scher Slliermi.i s fcher In re Kenslen Reservoir Section 6. In re Wathlngt'in a tiue (Borough of Queensl; Curley s Clt nf N Y.. Jones Ctv nf N V Mack It City nf N. Y . M.l' k VP City nf N Y. .ictlnn Nn 1. Miirl. s city nf N Y. action No ; Piatt vp Wh'lne) . (TRrlen Whl- ney, LtthMeid I'nnH Cn VP Clt nf N Y . Renjamln vp HyUn Rnnca a Wendell A- lans i' Rnn 11 Wendell A Riant Co Andrews st Cohen Andrews 1 Cohen, Mun nlch s Jnffe People s L-iskowltch Nnble a Powell liabel Hntllngs Homes Co . Sullivan a Hothtchlld, Vlckera a MUmwn Contracting Co, Inc Suprame Court Appellate Pl Itlon Sec end Judicial Tiapartment Ilefore JtliVa. P J.. Uurr. Thomas. Rich. Putnam. JJ Court npena at 1 P M. Non-enumerated (lay calendar Not. :2. 263. 2S4 Si.. H6, 2(4, 103. 30, 3I, 319, 932, 394, .1(1. 31... 146. 147, S4 349, 360. Zii. .1.. 86.1 SI 4, 3: 167, 165, 7I4e. 7e, 79e 799e. 762e, 771-. Supreme Court -Appeila e Turn -scioml Ju.li'lat Department Uerest Supreme Court Special Term Refore Ranedli-t. J, Court opens at 10 A. M Litigated motions Refore Kll J Ux pane matters, Supreme Court Special Term Trial"-Re for Karpai. J, Court opens at 10 A M. Nop 1367. 13'!. 1224. 13911, 1394, 1897, 139s. 1199, 1401, 1403. 1406. 1409, 1419, 1492, 1427. 1 4 31, 1 4 1 6, 1 44s. HIT. 1450, 14:2, 1417, 145, 1411, 141.'. 1462, 1464, 1466, 1470, 1471. Re served calendar Nop. 1472. 1473, 1 474. 142f. 1476, 1477, 1 475, 1479, 14S0. 1452, 143. 144. 1496, 1496. 1497, 149, 14'9, 1190 1491, 149S 1494, 1 495, 1496, 1497 1191 1199, 15t.il, lo:. 1508 Highest number reached on the regu lar call. 1601. Supreme Court Trial Term Part I Re file Rlat-kmar, J, Part M Before .Mad dox. J Part III Refore Manning, J Part IV Before Clark, J Part VI Refure Ae rtnall. J Part VII It.-fore Kelhi. J Cauaea Irrespective nf the 'Ime required fur trial thereof will be atalgned on l'rlda)t If not flnlehrd that dav thev will be tarried over to the follnwlng Monday Court opens At 10 A M Da) calendar Not 9959, I0jn. 3102, 3146.9361, U.' P920 911.7, 9119, 4034. 1406. 39S0. 4169. 4171 4172, 417 4179, 417. 4196. 4193, II' . 3167 3361-3369-3370, 4133 1164, 4199, 4200. 4201, 4202, 4203. 420',, l.'il.. 4207, 4210. 4211, 4217. 42V1. 422V. 4223. 4226. 4280. 4282, 4288, 4236. 4346 The follnwlng cuees If marked ready will be patted for tne oay. .no caute win i.e set down for a da upon this call: Noa 4251. .1690, 4011. 4014. 401.7. 4168. 4168. 3 II 2-S.ll 4-33 1 5. 4164. Willi, s.ti, isa.sta, si.., i.ot, wi, tka, 4273, 4173, 4277, 114, 6619, 4f; 4467, 92t9, 330-', U9j7, ZOhZ, .491. .'747, f.110, 3311. 33 7. 390V 3942.3343, 40'.O. 405C. 4264, 4.'9s, 4290, 4292. 4293. 4296. 4297. 4296. 4199. Ijli,. 4809 Hlgheat number reached on regular call, 4300. supreme Court- Criminal Calendar Part VII. -Refore Kelby, .1 Court open ..t 10 A M. pasquale vendltl. murder. VI. nil de Rcneilettn. murder. Jerry Rope, carrvlnir etangeroua weapon and aatault. County Court Criminal Calendar Vnr Trial - Part I Refore Kaw-cett, .1 Cnurt npena at 10 A. M Harold Mints, ullaa Prod Xlinta. rape, assault, abdu'tinn. Kita.itieth von Huge! attempt abortion, Cbarlet Sttt- wan, ati.iniioniueiii ni iniidren. .lacnii 1. Neufeld. Krand larceny; Anthony Malnrann. assault, Charles A Ahearn hurglurj. petit lap'eny. receiving, i.enrge cau;er, burglary. pettti larceny, receiving Part 11 Refore Hyl in, .1 - Samuel s.-hul-man. hurviari . Jacob Huron, assail!!. Isidore Jaffe. grand larceny, receiving, Joe Dagel, grand larceny, J.iniet (laltra. carrying il.in genius weapon, Abraham Ji-rse) bachcr, alias Abraham jerteyna. 11, ri'irg-.try, Hubert llavlt. robbery, tr.uul iarienv, aault Part III. Ilefore Dike, .1. -Mary Hern Meln, rohtiery grand larceny, attau'.t. Thomas Preainu, rkinrtlnn , Prank Scinln. rape, abducilon, aatuilt. Siiniiif. 11'ibln.nn grand larceny, rerelvlng, Michael Murno. aa puult, Itldore Sacharowltr forger) grand liirceni . Henry seniiliuan, ullaa Henry Mhul man, Mary ScJuilninti, alias Mary Slmlin 111, iirsoni Kr.mk J. Marter, alias I'r.ink M Carter, a lap P J M Carter grand larceny County Court- -Civil Calendar -Part IV Refore Roy. J Court op.-na ai 10 A M Inquest- Nos, 2791, 2790 27 4 7-K. :5, 23.i. 2137, 27J6. 2912 13. 24'.' 2607 24 1. 205, The following i-alltea If nnawered ready will be papted for the day- Not 274.1 4, 2e;, "417. 2143, 2700, 2141. 2751. 2138, 27.15, 2101 Hlgheat number ranched on regular calen ilar. SKIT Surrogate' Court - Refnra IWiiim, S Court opens at 10 A M In Hill nf llecordt, .second floor The wills of IMwin l.iluw,ir. lotepb Selfert, .Minna Unrnlum-. Henry Thnnipton James lioughertv Anthnrtv Miller, It Wlnkelmann, Ullaabcth Schrneler. W Tina and 1 1 11 Hubba. Thn accnuntlng In the estate, nf Patrick MiCarreli, James Auttln. Michael Mnran, Phn.-bc Skfdmnre I Ilnrterhlll. ii liennj M irla Stadler, lllla 1 Mulry, Catharine Hu'ilvun, Jnlm Cunnlon. Mary Canlilelit and Martina l.ymle. The ea tatee of Fanny Pick, Kenneaion Infini. P. Kranke. I K Smith. .Inhn Itnttn Catharine Ilemppay. I Corbet t Samuel MrPnnald and Sella, nan Infantt Contecd calendar' The wUla nf Annla Rubens and Richard MrNerney iJt'llllNS CIll'NTY Supreme rniirt Trla Term Held In the County Cnuri ; llnusn in bono It'and cn ltnvn man' Wanirrf hv nniutiMkhoil tiiitiklns firm, tilrh ffrnrtf Mtnrlennii hnml man ontro(1lniT Kftod cltntl and halnc ihnrouRh kno'l rtBi nf Kpnprai honil buniT' fr .til op tiArfnnttv fi.r ihni fmnt lo thr rlcht mill f 11.' parfi u urt rpdu'rei nl a ItifortnaMftD tn i tr,i'f1 DH ;pnt ,1 v II. t' NKW JEltSKV HEM laWTATC KOK SAL I es.----seas " "WWVWSe- t---s THE STATE IS BEHIND THIS OPPORTUNITY IIm.i., nuTur1-." mil Hulldlnc Lots 1nr wm. VLK a.,-. .1 K aitrlair atf lh KunrtTlf CfcUft at prlem thai nvrracr about i.O'i of the Mile prli of ft,mr utinrra, TP in T'- of Mie purfha" pHc may rr- mam on bonf! anj mortBanre yah nil im ii! 1.1 1 it m.-in h amonr thf many h rc ueiw taktnc mivantas of lb .xfaoffalnary prmt-i or proni mai inT net nennaiplUi Van 11 flirt h Th taf IMnKlJiB I?partmrnt 1 holdtr-r th fal to liquid it- thf afftin of thf Indui-- tel ,! alaplflea iinl T-rt Pnmninl lnapcct thfif prfprtlf n pToholl) rr applr rnr uMiifti ini'ireitiQii to: BENJAMIN D. HAIGHT Special I.eputv Superintendent ef Ranks, (Mil Time- Building. New Vnrli CIlT. 1911. irjs :17 s EUROPEAN MAILS. Th HoJIand-Arrif rlr,i Itnr p.j irl im mII tng to-morrow noitTdnm i" arry mal'. rlcn-tnjE at th tii'nrr; I'o' 01TI' f at A M for the NM.i rindn (irrminy. AuPtiia. Huncnry and l.uxf-mhttric and for othfr rountrlfH hfn -jtr(aHy Hddrfftfd. Th While atnr Unr H.iatlr aalltnK on Wfdnrid.v for Quf f nti .w n nl I.tvfrpool. will ink mail riolnir at i(t A M. for Kurop tencfpt Itai), (ifrmany. ii"trla, MunKan Hultsarla .crvia, Htimanla. Ttirkfy itzerlnTi'I. tirrrtt" .ind I.uvt-niburf ), Africa, Kt Asia and tha Ha-t Indtfn Th ItaMan llnfr San (Hnrrto, j-niunc en Wfdnffday for .Vaplfs wlJl takf mall. tlit inc at II A M for Itdiy rifrntatn Auatrla, Hunc.r Hu.c..rU. ff rvti llumanU. Turkey, j'witifrUnd nnd (rfp and for othr coun trlf fxcrpt LuxfmburK) hfn apfflally ad-dtlfd MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURU ALMANAC 4H Sunrises. 45,.Sao eetp HIGH WATKR THIS DAY. pm ai 4 XI Mnnn rise a.J3S (H ) Kandyll'k aonlCro. I.land N 1 t'nur- opens and calendar ca led In Part I ii 10 A M Pari I flarretson, J Part II - Van S. len. J It it resetted that the name nf he trial counsel be filed with Ihe c.e-k In Pr I Attention of the Rsr t a.le.1 in Rules p 7 and 5 calendar rule., Queens i 'iintl -Otbern -s North Amerl. tn Hi. lii ' o . Zu. ,-.i . ..n lr rant. Ilrnok.- i HcUh's It It Co e-ohnendnrf. as admx. v. inir.i 'v in ' ann . Pa ej at a m n t llhrgnti A Co Macauley .e t, 1 Rleitrli R.l'wav Co iVNell. s Rrnnk yn llelgh's R ll Co, SI. len i Shura Rreail Cumpam . Si anion vt Y A Q-ieens Counlv Railway Co , lleln i. N Y Cnnenlldated R R Co . Churchill an Infant i Cntmopnllian .M. ior Company, Darcv vt Third A.enue Rallwav Compan. A .aire it Allaire Doyle va N V A- ijut-rnt Ci.uniy Railway Co . Por'-r. as adms. vt The cp.y nf New York, ridallty and I.epottt Company nf Maryland Queent Counts Truat rompan) . 'lOgarty vp Inter borough Rapid Trantli Co The following eautet if marked ready will be patktd tor the day No eauee will be pet for a day nn -his call Jacob va Manhattan anil tueen Traction Co. , Cunnings vt N Y A Queene County Rallw-a) Co Martha I vt Manhattan and eju-er.s Tracltnn "n., Lvnch vt Cnney Itlanii end Hrnnkiyn R It. Co. Vntght Rrnnkhn H-lghts It R en Sehroeder an infant. Marine Metal and Suppl Co NaM4llana p Transit Detelopment Cu . flodfrej m lo'ant p Cli. and ann l.lnree i. Praukfnr' lienri Ins'innce en , AgnoM va Deg.ion Contracting Cn , O Netll vt W II McWhl'ter Cnmpany, Dovle vt N V A Queene Cnunty Rallwa) Cn , hue .a s 1 Queens County Hallway Co , Hi aer. an Infant, vp N A' A yueens Countv Rallw-a Co.. Heard vt Hrnnkiyn Height R It l'n . Wegga v Kpplngar and Ruppel I'mnrnny rap Orantu- Cn vs lihy a ndrnx . Heeker, at adma t Ocean Ulectrlc Kat'wa Cn , Ma-rah vt Manhattan and Queens Tra. Hon Co., Curran. an Infant s Bmplre C1t ilerard Co.. Hahn ve Iinrden't Condensed Milk Cn . pirat National Rank nf White ptnne vt ..on.lrlch et al, Rerger va Kramer Hlgheat number reaehod on the general calendar la 600 Cnunty e'nuri Criminal Term Refore Humphrey, J Cnurt npent and calendar ailed et 10 A M - John 111. key. Arthur MtClee and John O-ta-avape a.itilt. Antnnln Tnmen, rape- emdn I.alrn'e alia- Jaflall, tmlnm. charlee Vtta.l. rape, Ixii.1t Rrun neli n intlaughter Referee- Ap.t.lnteil, Supreme Cnurt- Rv Juttlce Pendlelnn Olapaitt vt r-ltnherg, K ii Pry Scheuernian i Carab Realty Co., I.yttieton Jo. Mara a. Vngel, Ma Altmayer, Ream va K.iir J Philip Here cnunty Hide ca va Pje, Richard M. Henry Hceelvers Appnlnled. Ilv Juttlce Pendl-toti- Wl.llam e'raw-fnrd vt LoiiIp Lese, Jnnap J i")'Rrlen Urecnwteh Siv Ilk .k Win i' Riinnn. Jnhn 11 Snell, Charles i nun vt. V.rt I.ldvai. Jainea M Dunoliur v si AM r, lailell Ga...loa U)V WATKR THIS HAY AM i AM I AM SandyII'k.13 23j(en.Iland 13 OT fltrll 3a..1i47 ArrHed -SUNri,y. November lo st New York, 10 44 A. U Uverpnol, November. SsSanf Anna, 9:15 r M . Maraelllei. Ool. StCadlr. Ill A, XI.. CacHi. November . S Calabria, S 30 A M . Atmrrta, October 3A Sa Marken. 11 P. It.. Saturday. Rotterdam. October 27 SsMatarua, 3 P .M.. Rotienlam, Oclser tt St rife. 4AM. Huelva. October 32 Ss Alexandra. J0 A. M . Lelth. October 3. ss Mlzar. : 30 A. M.. Rotterdam. October 25. St .tomsbnrg, 1PM, Andropsan, O;tobefi33. St Royal Sceptre. 9J0 P M Saturday. St. Lucia, .'o ember 4 sp i it en i biunumt. ,-savannan, ovemDr . S. Texas, Port Arthur, November 7 M.d'.pnn. Norfolk, November 14. SsHelaware. Philadelphia. Noreraber 11. s Inilritk-hlrl. Iloston, Niemher 11 AHRIVUn FROM" NKW YORK. Sp m liuls. at Liverpool s Toronto, at Hull ht Kurnpa. at Genoa SAILKD PORKWYOnK. Sv rin-i.d. from Hallfaa. tlVTCOINti STEAMSHIPS Sail To-day. Malls Close Alliance. Cnnnhal II in A M Hamilton. Norfolk. Llbcrcrn. Ilahia s no A M .sail in. morrow 111 ndam. Rntterdam a .10 A M Knrona. llarbadns 11 30 M dt of cnluml.iit. Savannah I.cnaia-. Jacksonville Madlenn, .Norfolk Mill Wedncsdaj Vncmhcr 19 llaltle. Liverpool s ;m A M San t.lnrirlo. Naplet lira) AM Tcnadores, Kingston a. AM RlimiandHarils.Rln.1nrlro i A M Philadelphia. I a nia ra e .m , M Mundalc, Mntanat ( omal, dalveion . i minis .New orlcana. . Huron. Jacksonville , JeflcraoD, Norfolk INCOMINO" STIIAMSIIIPS. Due To-daj Veneta UIL noopM soapU lorn a as Hon M ;oiru soirK 1 00 P M .1 on P M ISoOM I no p ll I3nnu kill A M 12 0OM 12 (ii M 1 iil P M 12O0M 1 1.1 P M 8 Ul P M INDIA HOUSE WILL OPEN TO-DAY. ,rsv Cliih Will IliimorJiice Amer-ta-aaai l-'urelKi. T'rn.le, India Ilmiae, a mew downtown club nr Ranlred for th" encotirauement of Amerl (Mil foreign trade and the cultivation nnd perpetuation of American fnrelpn trartlnit conditions, will opo't Its doors to-Uy In tho old Cotton Kniinnce Ititlldlni;, Ham., vnr Square Tho hulMltiR has been com pletely remodelled and tlnl.sh.inl 1n a way to nsvill the traditions of the clip per Mill. days. James A lAirrell, preshlent of the I'lilted States .Steel Coriioi-ntlon, 1s the prealdoat of the cluh and Hubert I'atrhin. a widely travelled new "paper cntre apondent of this olty and W.islunirtiin, W the eecrctury Wlllard !. Stralfrhi hae been In chartfo of the oririnu.itlon plans. THREE DEER HUNTERS KILLED. Only l'lae ri'l.lrnta Itrpnrted Ilur- lnu Open Scnaiin In Suite, i.iianv, Nov K Purine; tho dier sei win, vviilch clo.ed to.nlqhl, there were nnlv nve deer huntltiK accidents, with three fatalltlc-., iiccotillneT lo rcporta made to the Conservation Commission by the panic prol.cloia There la no evidence to slum' n aliiBle one of the five vlotlma waa vhnl at in mistake fur a deer Put of the twenty. two hunting .iccldenla repnrteat to the commission to date seven teen occurred In the pureult of small iratne, attended by live deaths. Although most of the casualties Indicate fnTnlofs. net nn the pint of the hunters, the taiit men of the Ktato are undoubted! ieicla tnjr more i.ne than ever liefnro ii tin h.indllnir of vveipons Tliero are more than tnft.noa licensed iMinleiK In the State, healdea thmiaanda who cm IfKiilli hunt on their own farms without llccn.'e.s Kmhlrlcna .. stnunlioll Krnturky.. Pannonla. .. Theinlttn . Zvldyk Cllta dl MesMn.i Hcrwlnd . 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