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AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,' FEBRUARY 15, 1020. 17 J
IMS OF LONDON ANDERSON RENEWS
. BARRED HOOYERIARONWADSWORTH
jThrco Months Thoro Mado Says Senator's Apparent Ac-
Even Thought of Allcgianco
ANCESTORS A1SO FACTOR
Qnakcr Forobenra Would Havo
Turned Over in Graves, Ho
Hrbfrt Hoover flatly denies ha has
ratio Application for British eltttenahlp.
In a Utter to a classmate. In Stanford
University lie declares his Quaker an
cestors would turn over In their Braves
to learn that such n thing were true.
, Writing to Casper V. Hodgson ot
Tonkers. who for somo tlmo had been
urglnc him to mako reply to tho varied
and repeated attacks, tho former Food
Administrator rhow3 a senso of humor
sometimes lacking In public men.
I'lendlng "guilty to tho criminal
charge" of pursuing his profession
abroad, Mr, Hoover says he feels hla
accent was disinfected from foreign
taint by presence In the United States
i for a part of each year, except' three.
After repeatedly writing to Mr.
' Hoover, Mr. Hodgson said yesterday, he
finally sent him the following telegram
"In view of the continued attacks
upon your citizenship, &c. I believe 1
oict) tho santlmont of your old friends
In raying that It Is about tlmo you
hould come out of your shell and mako
rrplv, f only for the eako of your fam
Here Is Mr. Hoover's reply:
"I have noted your feellna that I
should answer romc of the solemn dls
i our sos on my private life and crimes.
I do em to get Into the way of po
litically minded folks even when trying
to keep out of politics.
"Some things that have been said of
jr.e rnuta me n rense of financial over
fight. For Instance, I havo made quite
careful Inquiries and I regret that so
far T cannot find:
"(a) The (10,003,000 I am said to
have made In my early youth, or ever
mlddlo ago or altogether, or any re
spectable part of It.
"lb) Tlii Investments that I am
supposed to havo In Great Britain.
"Like the negro porter who was asked
to change $10, I am grateful for the
compliment I am sorry that these sums
do not exist, for they would ho useful
for Children's Relief.
"I havo also given deep consideration
to the other Items mentioned :
"ial Am I a British subject? Did I
fur apply for such citizenship? No.
Many Generations of persecuted Quaker
ancestors would rlso In their graves at
luch a discovery. They should remain
quiet, however, for no Callfornlan
eould live three imonths In London
climate tnd become a British citizen
If he '.;- r it. One thing that reas
mrcs me that this did not happen with
out my knowledge Is that the British
refused to allow me to come Into their
Island during the war without an Amer
ican passport Also, I feel that my ac
cent was disinfected of any English,
French, Chinese, Russian or other taints
by my presence In the United States a
portion of every calendar year of my
life, except three even Including the
five In which the United States has ex
ercised Its right to draft my services,
a good portion abroad.
"(b) Did I ever, rent a 'residence'
abroad? I plead guilty of this crime,
but in mitigation I do appeal to the
feelings of fathers who object to hotel
life for babies and children.
"(c) What about the political lunch
where I was supposed to have entered
upon a dreadful conspiracy against the
weal of the American people? My real
distress In this matter Is not to prove an
alibi or even to complain that my name
not even mentioned, as the guests
assert, but It la .that I was not erven In
vited, and therefore lost an excellent
"(d) I plead guilty to the criminal
charge of pursuing my engineering pro
fession In foreign parts again and again.
I have a fervent hope, however, that
this new doctrine of criminality will not
deter our citizens from extending
American professions and -business any
where In the world. They always bring
lomethlng home and pay taxes on It
"(e) I gather also that it Is moral
turpitude on my part to have managed
Urge enterprises. The hope to rise from
'hs ranks of labor to the ranks of man.
"Sement will, however, probably not be
crushed from the hearts of the American
boy even by this onslaught"
Mr. Hoover Is to speak at the dinner
i'f the American Institute of Mining and
Metallurgical Engineering on Tuesday
nlfht His friend are urging him at
that time to supplement his statement
of a week ago and supply some ot the
Information It lacked In regard to where
n etands on various questions.
PRINCETON TO UNVEIL
Names of War Heroes In
scribed on Them,
ctfptanco of Prohibition Is
WOMEN ALSO STIRRED UP
leaders of New Party Write
Chairman Glynn Thoy Will
Fsxxcrror, N J.. Feb. H. As a trib
ute to the 146 Trlnceton men who died
in the nation's service in the late war
Saturday. February 21, will be observed
'hrouffhout the country by Princeton
"en as Princeton Memorial Day.
nklln D'oiler. national commander
o. tho American Legion, who was grad
ated from Princeton with the class ot
'. will deliver the dedication ad
iress at Princeton. President Hlbbcn
so will speak.
The university j,lan to establish
WholarsMps in the names of each of
f-e Princeton men who were Wiled In
" service. These scholarships will be
PM to boys or limited means through
wt the country and will be distributed
"I evenly as possible among the varl
Mates. The scholarships will be
eed on a competitive basis and will
the successful student sufficient
'Mis to defray his expenses at the
The memnrUI in vm.. rrn
"'.Skated on February 21, Is at
"rance to the historical Nassau
11211. All nf th. -J ..... Im
in; centre or th hniMin. nv .v.
JPJon of tho Hall of the Continental
-osgress. has been cleared ,away, leav-
kin a Proportioned and handsome
" rz'' been panelled in Indiana
'wytone. with tablets bearing the
Mmes i of those sons of Princeton who
l? .Mglven thelr llv for thlp eonstry
w this or f9rrncr wars
ori?.. thlrd ,n ot
ers.tles in the country. It was
Zu .. hlt lh Continental Congress
a Us sessions for flvo months In 1783.
, "eorge Washington received the
rw 1 Mknwledgment and thank of
wrrei, f0r ,,,, iervlcts ln obtaining
rii.??orn and Independence of the
wud states of America. There the
if Li ot 0,9 "lining of th treaty
Ziii with Great Britain m re
fTfib)r "tre" and there Ola first
Mltd flutes was reoehred.
n5.a iWa Udln that Qtasral
etTi,? 640tl- ntmutg from 0 YTar
tWi. .V. wlTed In honor, and
hU WMh In 1IH turn Mar.
joLafayette when he rsturned to
In spite ot the declaration of United
States Senator Wadsworth that so far
ns he was concerned the woman suffrage
question was a dead Issuo and the only
question In regard to prohibition was en
forcement ot the constitutional amend
ment, his enemies continue to shell him
with shrapnel ,
"Senator Wadswoih Instead of get
ting out of the hole he was In kicked
the bottom out and fell In deeper," said
William II. Anderson, Btnto superintend
ent of tho Anti-Saloon League, yester
day. "However his statement Is highly
significant ns evidence that tho New
York Republican machine managers now
recognize the situation as so desperate
In the Republican party that even a bull
headed Bourbon like the Senator lias
been compelled to try to appear at least
Althoughi tho statement of Senator
Wadsworth was not voluntary, but ob
tatfied after urging on tho part of news
paper men. Mr. Anderson assumes to be
lieve that It shows a change of heart.
"Wo do not wonder." he added, "that
Senator Wadsworth has been against
prohibition If he really believes pro
hibitionists havo no more sense than this
latest move on his part indicates be
thinks they have, nis statement .not
only will not satisfy the prohibition Re
publicans and tho moral element gen
erally, but It will be regarded as an ad
ditional iffront to their Intelligence.
The prohibition forces not only will not
stop fighting hlm.but his statements
with the admissions that are evident
between tho lines havo encouraged them
to fight harder than ever.
"Senator Wodsworth would better re
tire gracefully and let a Republican
lresident appoint him as a representa
tive of the United States to some nation
that is so hopelessly wet he cannot hurt
Eunice Dana Brannan, Lucy Burns
nnd Elizabeth Serhlen Rogers of the New
Vorlt State Branch of the National
Woman Party have written to (leoige
A. Glynn, chairman of the Republican
State Committee, that they aro amazed
to find the party Is still seriously consid
ering the rcnomlnatlon of Senator Wads
worth. "ISvery organization of woman suf
frage workera is solidly behind Miss
Mary Garrett Hay In her uncompromis
ing opposition to his nomination and
election." they said. "They havo taken
this stand because they are convinced
that a man who ln the past has opposed
women's deepest social and political In
terests cannot he trusted to understand
and further their needs In the future."
His correspondent Inform Chairman
Glynn that the women In their campaign
against Senator Wadsworth will havo
the service of trained organizers and
speakers from every State In the union.
"If tho Republican party nominates
Senator Wadsworth," the letter con
cluded, "women will regard that act as
an exhibition of cynical contempt for
their needs and Interests, and within
New York Stato many ot them, other
wise sympathetic will be alienated from
On the other hand Chairman Glynn Is I
dally In receipt of information that
shows many of the active women work
ers to be In thorough accord with the
determination of tho party leaders to re
turn Senator Wadsworth to congress.
Th dinner In his' honor at the Hotel
Astor on Friday, they say, will bo an Im
pressive demonstration or his sirengin.
WOOD WILL DEBATE
To Appear in Person in South
Dakota Late in march.
Major-Gen. Leonard Wood will ac
cept the challenge of Senator Miles
leading up to the .Presidential preferen
tial primaries in aouw uanuia.
h. hari ift th rltv vciterdar
m I . ... .n.ni.nn.il Via hnit d-
elded to co to South Dakota in person.
Aa the clialieneea pariy no win
tum. ..itti f n rim thA Anv and olace.
ma iiuk w " --
The debate probably will bo called for
Pierre the latter part ot jaarcu.
n armr i tViA rrrpAter na.rt Oi
17 C 1 i WVB C7VU" D
MtMv4fttft oAnfiirrln u-Ith frlendSL
Among them were Irving KIrkwood,
editor of the Kansas City Star; Henry
Jm stlmson. former Secretary of War;
Dr. Alexander Lambert, A. A. Anderson,
former friend of Col. Roosevelt, and
Thirty or forty members of the Wood
Ttr..a Toiriia nt Newark erected the
General in the station and cheered for
"our next iTesiaenu
P. Hicks Cadle of the Deadwood
tn - n AtkTA In th8
Hotef imperial yesterday that any storlca
that Wood would not carry me auui.i
Dakota primaries were all "bunk,."
Although the 75.000 Republican votes In
tho State would be aput mreo way
Cadle said. Gov. Teter Norbeck, tlie
V,n l.o.l.r wan In control and would
bring the General out a winner.
Herbert L. aweriee. cmumuui n.
t-a UMnnih MmmltfM. nf Greater
nwu wattiiuijit -
New Y.ork, announced further names or
IU memnera yesieraay.
JDPP0SES MARY QAERETT HAY.
Mrs. Knapp of BTracuse Is Candi
date for Place) on "Big Four."
Sticta to Tns 8c as Kstr Toss nraAtr.
Albakt, Feb. 14. Any effort that
mb k hv rrlinds fit Mary Gar
rett Hay to have her named as oho of
the dtlegates at large w tne jKepumican
national convention at Chicago will bo
fought by Mrs, Florence E. C. Knapp of
tfyracuse, It was learned to-day. Mrs.
Knapp Is a member of the Republlea
executive committee and has been In
dorsed for a place on tho "big four" by
several central New YorR counties.
Mrs. Knapp has the backing of the
Wadsworth forces, wno are oiueny oy-
..i n ho n.LrMnn nf M1&9 llav be
cause of her antipathy to the renomlna-
tlon of Senator waaaworin.
Bepubllcm Clnb Admits Women.
The Young Men's Republican Club
ufmiv tn admit women Into the
organization. Mrs. Philip J. McCook.
wife of Justice McCook, was elected as
the first feminine member In tribute to
her husband, who was ine uiyi presiuem
of tho club. '
FIAT WAR J01TUS PS0TE8TED.
Tferr York County Lsgloa DISers
tcrosa Exscatlre Cosasilttse.
the national esecutlv ecmmlttas of the
Araenemn Legion ravo-nng a ns eenus
Hjinlii. n.n ma Slbuf vuiardaV
for the New York county organisation
by tfteiea 8. Brsftksnrtagt, w wrtury.
Sueh actios Is teoensisttBt with th
snituds cxpfsflssd t th national eon
vsntlon Jtrt Nervimbor, thi proteft x
Ccitflnued from Preceding Page.
Htr Kalfarii (Nor), torealjea, Crlitobal
FrtDte wit csnsda Steiminlp Cot ,
Blr r U Aiche, Norilstruai, Tarapleo-p T
Vvod. . . .. j.
nrr Jiaweait. woore, jrapn' nsnium
.Dros. .. .. . ..
. Btf lique, nirnelt. Jioan unrnii, scoru,
ilC-lTrte Btenmihlp Co.
str rhllaAolphls. (looitmin. Curicio. L
CHjrs. 4c Jlllis. nallstt &.l.'o.
Str General O l lira". Hpnrr. Csps Ilajtl,
l"ori 0 raw, C-rsnsna waiircwa uo.
kuii ntnr lone
Titr Msjsro (url
ana Domersrs t
ilt ilunsmsr, M-tVnsId, Mpe and Usnei
Jlimw Ktesmihlp line.
Btr Fort iltlnvt i.Nor). Mslhliee, Hiitn Is
flronilr-Csrlbtini) Bleamhlp Co.
Htr AUmo, Ptrd, Oslftstoa rla Key TTt
M a I lor j Hteamthls Co.
Htr City of HorauBab, Ileriim, FtTacnJh
Oren Stcsmjhlp Co.... . .
Sir Lake bebago, IJiUiItt, .Cliirleston-Croirtll
Sir Arapalioe, DxTeresux. Cbarleitoa and
Jekicwfie Cljde HtMiiiihlp Co.
Str I.k Monroe. Klllolt. Cliarleston-Urer-more.
DerNrn k Co.
Kir lit j- U'it (Nor), Tb'jetdat, Newport Niiri
-Norton. Lilly CO.
fllr Like Fljnui, Tliompson, Norfolk W 3
Itoonlreo A Co.
Sebr Fried. E (nr). nerry, HTua-ran
Union Steimitlp Corporation,
Ptri Baronne. Phllailelphls: nrandjwltr. Port
Kaweah. Tamnlfat Klwa. Snrfnllr TM1H.
iUjjruca: Colon, Crlttobtl; Itamon ilarlnmn,
to adjust rompaaai Manchuria, liamhurz: 7.
rapa, Ilarana: Amaton .Mam (Jnpi. Yotobam.i,
r; nacuuta, l'rocrtao; UlrJiU, I'ara: Munnmaj.
Hdir Oovernor Parr fltr). Halifax.
Tu Coaitwlje .towjps 1 barge (pasted out
Quarantine at 0:18 AM),
The corrected reading of the barometer fre
diieeiU to es lesel) tt "New York on Saturda,
f-7. Vfai1?20'1 .? AfJ- "Ported by the
Lulled States Weather llurean, wai tblrtr and
ten hundredth (30.10) Inehe. This clrjelj an.
proximate ,eua hundred and alxtr-four and
flre-tentlu (iMM mlllliuetrea. Captalne of all
iiel now lylnir In or iii'Hr the rx'rt ff New
Turk and 1 rookljo ran ndrantaieouMr nUie
slioic. official data for obterrlni whether their
own barometers require any considerable cur
rtetlon ur adjuitinent.
fair, hrtir off ihore: lurht a.
FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE
GRAMS. nF.RMCDA. 7eb 11 Barouifter at noon. 30.05
Incheis wind. SW: weather, overcast: trmi'cra
ture, C!) dez Fehr.
s.iCAPfiHACI5, T.' "-Barometer at neon.
.C8 lnohes; wind, V Btroiig; weather, dull,
cloudy; tiniperature. 3S dff Fahr.
Str Maiden, IViaton for Norfolk, which
STixindeil lat Irlday of Fire lalond. wa re
floated reMerdar 1th the tislatancv of the V H
Coast (iiard rutter Senoca, and both resiels
proceeded to New York.
Tho fire on str WMUm'nenrr Webh. before
reiwrted.ia drlftlns with cnprled cnrlnea. ha
been extlnRulbhed. Str Tonam towed the Webb
to .New York, where she was turned orer to
tujr, which lint her In the Itohtna Dry Dock
nnd Repair Co's yard at F.rle llaSln. Brooklyn.
OAI.Vi:STON. Tex. Feh O-Bark Atlsntlco
(Io-t), from Port Arthur for Llalwn, Is here to
day for repairs.
HAMni'l'O, Feb 14 Str Corson, fxra New
lork ila Vicnhfen. trrlied her to-day and
reported haUni bein In colllilou with the
trawler Ausutln 1ti latter Is aald tn be
radly dimased. The daniju sustalncl by the
Corson wan not stated.
, LONDON, Feb 13-Str Delco, from Belfant for
Sew Yuik, befon- reported, has aaciored U
llajnlch ItT for a hiHr.
Str Yewklns, from Tampa, Ac. for Oothen
barf, Sj:, la arrlied at ("ipp'wedl (iotfcenburi
with the lo.-s of two propeller blades.
FLYMOirrn. Feb 14-Str Mlnnewts, New
York Jan "t for London, was reported yesterday
three miles off thla port with boiler trouble.
Two tuga were attending.
PHILADELPHIA, P. Feb 14-Str Sunoll.
from Marcus Hook for Tamplco, retnrned and
anchored off Marcus I!ok on account ot engine
nOTTEIlDAlI. Feb 13-Str WestZulla. from
Tortland. Me. arrlred at this portlto-day with
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. Feb 7 Str Ilrades.
before reported aground. wa floated with as
sistance of two tugs; reasel had to discbarge
part of cargo Into barge; Teasel undamaged.
SAVANNAH. Oa. Feb 1.1 Str Fairmont, from
Taltal, Is hard aground In the rlrer; cargo being
glacbarged Into lighters; tugs will try to float
er at high tide.
cur uascaae. wnicn arrixen nere to-aay rrom
ValriaralM. went arrousd when comlns ud tho
WASmXATnV. Tn Peh 14 Araarlcan Tea,
sels were adrlsed t- arold temporarily the
porta of Amsterdam and Uotterdam by V 8
Consul Llntoe. at ltottenlam. In a cable to-day
to the DeMrtment of Commerce. A etrlke of
lock and transport workers hat been vailed
lor co jd.
Dangers to Navigation.
Reported to the Hydrographlc Office.
Feb " 1st 12 N. ion 54 !l IV. Utin red
nun buuy, floating on side, partly covered with
barnacles and marine growth.
Ttsrk Seine fFrt. ITSTre f,tr Oomnel. Jan 25.
lat 22 19 N. Ion 21 SI V; all weU (by luUan
ANTtVERP. Feb 11-Arrired. atr Roral Prfan
(Br), New York.
nalco (ChlH. San IcTtmrlaco.
Hum 1 ,, , , . ti r.
umciIY HEAD. Feb lt-Paased. str North
ern Parlfle, New York for Antwerp.
biusiuu vto ls-saneci, ship eophie (Nor),
UEfcOBN. Feh 8-ArHrcd. sU Ulmer (Nor).
Newport News via Jacksonrllle.
UKEST. Veb 12-ArrlTd, atr Chtnlatoo (Dr),
n.UlCELONA. .Feb 0 flailed, strs Mercer.
Sew York! 8th. Lackawanna Ilrldge Oalreaton.
uuenvo Aiiir.a, reu 1 1 Arri veu. sirs i lor
enceLuckenbach, New York Tla Norfolk and
Bt Thomas; Transportation. Norfolk Tla Per
sambuco; schr Margaret, Uutfport Tla Monte-Tldeo.
harbados, Feb 0 Amred, str Chlgnects
ArrlTed Dth. atr PntTv-arn fRr. Kmw Tnrle tnr
Sailed Brit, schr Orlindo V Wootten, New
COI'nXIIAOEV. Ph 7 Arrlred .fr Xiinl.
fsrer (Dan). New York rta Norfolk.
OALLAO, Tcb li-ArrlTed, str Santa lain.
New York xla Colon.
uuiHTUiiai,. ren i Arrired, str Edgar r
uuviax, crn ja Am Tea preriousiy, str
FOWEY, ITeb 13-SsUed, str nsrmodlus (Br),
. rAX&ii, ireo la rriTea. air ua uicainu,
S'ew York via Brunkwlck. Oa. I
Sailed 12th, strs Clan Skene (Br), from Kower
for St John, Nil! Teresa (from la). I'bliadel.
titllfinmv. Foh l'J-Salleil. Btr tlalabad. New
Balled 12th, sirs MajTern name (Br), Bostna!
13th, Vltwrla (lir), New York; Ernemoni (Br),
oorinvnuno, Feb ln-ArrlTtd, str yo-
king, HaTannah (lost two blades propeller).
UIBIIALTAK. Feb 3-Iassd. tra Itlchmond
Roro, Norfolk for (Jenoa; 13th, War Lark (Br),
'Baltimore for Aleiandrla. , . .
'1IEL3INOFOH8. Feb a-Anlyed, atr Jackson,
X?w '.rl '! Malmo and Btoekbaliu.
llAyni3. Fob 11-ArrlMid. str Western Const.
rVlSNljoNO, Feb V-Sal!cd, str Bents Dol
lar (Drl.Vencouror, BO. , .
HALIFAX, Feb 13, 3 Wl-Salled, sir Bo
hemian (Br), Boston. .
KOBE. Feb 8-Arrlted, strs Hoktal Msro
MIi Slew torlc Tla . SaTsnnab, Colon and
Honolulu; Colorado Springs, San Frsnclac'o Tla
Honolulu for Manila. . , ...
Hailed d. atra Ka stern Crown, Seattle; 4th,
Kaatern Victor (new), rto. . ,
LlVKnPOOL, Feb 13-Salled, str Appalaeb.ee
(Br). Beaumont. . ,
Arrlred 13th, str Trltonla (Br), SaTannah. .
Arrlred 131b, sirs Canadian Miller (Br), Hali
fax! tixonUu (Br). New Orleans. ,
I.E1TH, Feb 13-ArrlTcd, str Calrarslona
(IftSD,0,NUrebJ12-ArrlTert...tr nargoyle, New
Ynrtj Tla Philadelphia and Norfolk,
MANCHliKTKR. Teb 12-Arrlrcd, str Yeat
Apaum. Savannah. . .... ,.i
Arrlred 12th. atr Manchester Marloer (Br),
Bt John, Nil, and Halifax Tla LlTcrpool.
Sailed 12th. str Bcthian (Br), Ijeston.
Hailed l.ltli, str Manchester F.xcbinge (Br),
I'tilladelplils. , . . ..
SLHUtJM.m. I'eh 8-ArrlTed. strs Flint
(Nerl. llTetit 10th. Bannack, Sew ork.
MONTKVlnKO, Jan 20 -Arrlred, Str
Baltlba (Una), New Yurk. . .
NKXVPOUT. Kng. FeJj 13 Arrlred, str Yoma
chichi. Llreriiooi for New York. , v
Hailed 12th, str Tasnianlan Trocsport (Br),
Sew York. ....
NASTEH, Feb 0 AlTlTCd, atr Laks Frumet.
Ol'OUTO. FeV &-ArrlTed, schrs Albert Meyer,
New Orleans: 6th, Arronsuta (Port), New York.
OltAN, Feb 4-Salfed, etr City of Shanghai
inn, from Calcutta Tla Colombo for Boston and
Now York. . . .
PLYMOUTH. Feb 13 Arrlred. str Neahamlny,
New Orleans for London (with boiler trouble).
PALERMO, Fcb.lZ-Salled, str Cslahrla (Or),
' PlRAElS. Feb C-Salled, str Lake Ellsbury
(from Posten) Hrayrna.
PARA, Feb ll-Salled, atr Bronte dial), from
Sanloi, Ac for New York,
ItOrTLItnAM, Feb 11-Arrlrcd. strs Wcjt
Elcasco. Boston via Newport Sews; Boruisla
(Br). Halifax. . . ,., ,
Arrlve.1 I3ih, str Anglo-Chilean (Br), Now
Arrlred 10th. str .Noordara (Dutch). Sew
York rla Plymouth. ,
Arrlred 13th. sW Sierra Isoot (Belli. Sew
York; Yct Zulln. Portland. Me rla Baltlmcre.
Sailed 12th. sir Kalypw Vergottl (Greek),
Hampton linads. . .
IUO JANEIRO, Feb !-Salle,I. str Blela (Br),
from liuf-nos Aires for ew ory.
HOCTIIAMITON, Feb 13-ArriTCd, sir Maure
tanfn flirt. New York.
STOCKHOLM. lel O-Arrlreil.
'OCKIIOUI. Feb C Arrlred. sir Waco.
New York H Malmo.
ST MICHAELS, Feh IS Arrlsed, str Chetora,
Now Yiirlr f,ir I'iripni.
I Sailed 10th, str Britanula (Br), from Mar
! sdllles for New Y'ork.
I SANTOS, Fell 12 Sailed, str Tennyson (Br),
1 S'ew York 120,000 nags roffii-l.
I ST JOHN. NB. Feb 13 silled, sirs Slelllan
I (Ilr). London aud Havre; 14th, Dunuft Head,
VALENCIA. Feb S-Salle.1. str Vaarll (Nor),
VICTORIA. P.C, Feb 13-Salled, str Methven
VUTOltl . B.-arll, Teh ll-Salledf sir
OleuelJt (Br), frnra Santos for New Orleans
(9l.(K l.agc, coffee).
YOKOHAMA. Feh 2 Arrltcd. strs Sirs
porack, S'ew York vU Victoria. BC, and llono
liili for Hor.g Kong; 3d, West Sequana, San
Frnnclwo via Honolulu. . ,
Hailed 3d, str Manila Jfaru (lap), from
Manila, Ac. for Tacoma. ,
Hamlet (Nor), New York.
IV T.-.t. il I ...1 . . .
Castle (Br). New lork Tla Alcoa Bay. Ac.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
BCEVAVF.NTl'RA. Feb 3-drrIted. str Cor
ora, San FTSticlaoo.
CHAMPERICO, Feb 6-Arrlred, motor Llby
Jalne. San 1'ranclsco.
SUJNA CUL'Z. Ja-a 23-Sal!ed. str San An
onlo, Han Fncclsco.
By Tolcgrapa.l .
. BOSTON, Mass. Feb 13-Arrired, strs Lake
clreenwoodi Norfolk; J4th, iJko Faribault,
Charleston; tug Carlisle. Portland,
Sailed 14th. str Kablnga (Br), New York;
Clemleron (Mr), Flram rla New York.
Salleil 14th, strs Persian, Norfolk; City of
Hailed 14th. str Walter I) Noye. Norfolk.
Hailed li b N. atra Paysandu. New York;
Cretan, Philadelphia: Ererett, Newport News;
l H DeTereux. Norfolk; tuga Carlisle. Phila
delphia, towing barges Belmont, Cacooslng and
Cocalleo; Battleboro, towing barges Uelen,
Blwablk and Cantonsrllle, Norfolk.
BALTIMORE, Ud. Feb 13 Arrlied, str Nan
Arrlred 14th. strs Lake Ellendale. S'ew York;
Fort Wayne, do; Astec (Nor). Tsmplco; Bay
cross (Br). Marseilles; Slletz, Portland, O:
Liberator, Newport News: Lake FIgart, Huelra;
Jnnhta, Jacksonrllle, Ac; Erelyu, Norfolk;
Cleared 14th, strs Labette, Bordeaux: Trlnl
dadlan, Tamplco; Lake Tulare, Port Tampa;
Bacolx. Washington, DO, and Alexandria, Vs.
Sailed 13th, atra It M Flagler, Tuxpam;
Opellka. New Orleans: Lake Callstoga, Sin
tlsgo; Chlpadoa, New York; San Valrrlo (Br),
Tnxpara: Han Jose. Port Umoo; fiulfoll, towlog
b.irge Shenango, Port Arthur; schr Saltan (Br),
BUZZARDS RAY (Cape Cxl Cannll. Mate,
Feb 14 Sailed, tugs, Confidence, towing 1
barge; Wyoming, towing 1.
Sailed from Sandwich 14rh. rngs Pallas, tow
ing 1 barge; Patience, towing 3: Ontarlo tow
ing 3; T J S.-nlly. towing 3; Mary F Scully,
towing 3; Paoll, towing 3.
CHARLESTON, SO, Feb 14 Arrlred. strs
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AFTEENOON TEA DANCING, 1 TO 5:30 P. M. DANCING 1 P. M. T1IX, 3 A.M.
7:lS AND 11 P. M. B
Jjfnape, New Yotk Canago, SatannabJ Colum
bia, Stv Orleans.
Walled 14tli. str Lake Pillion. Crlatobal.
OAPH IIEShY. yo. Vth 18, 11 PM-Patsed
out, atn Point Bonlta, Baltimore for Cristobal.
. 1 tt"?d. In 1lb. str Lako Fairfax. UaWcston
Paiwed out 14th, 2 AM, strs W O Teasle,
Baltimore for Baton Rouge; S AM, Quaker City,
do for Rotterdam; Vale more (Br), do for Lirar-Ixl.-Wnd
8. a miles: light fog.
UALVEBtM. Teg. I'ob-ArrlTCd, str ICs
, .HONOLULU, Feb 14-Arrlred. stra Staknrn
tnr;, anosianu' (ana sailed for Vancouver) ; lie-
Hailed 14th. strs Charlton Hall, Yokohamsj
Siberia Maru (Jap), flan Franelseo.
, JACKrtONVILLE. Fla, Feb 14-Arrlred, strs
Ijko Ellenorah, Boston Tla Charleston.
Balled 14th. atra Merrfumck, PhllsdtlphU Tla
flavannah: Anachx, Kew York via Chatlestoo;
tug Atlsntle. llarro.
Rm WEST. Fla. Feb 12-ArtlTcd, str F I
Torneaa (Br), notterdatn.
"Arrlred I 14th, str Randfrnitsln, Martinique.
HallM 12th. atr Nofla (Br), Oalbarlen.
MAYAOUKZ. PR, Feb 11'. 3 PM-ArrWed. air
uUa, New York for Laguayrs (ana procceCsd
MOBILE. Ala. Feb 13-8llltd, str II T
Hailed 14th,' strs Irjea, Pssrsgouls; 6aem
(Siw),,Port Natal; Bajnia (Dr), Ilarana.
Arrfved 14ihj arrs Maiden Creek. Key West!
NF.W ORLEANS, La. Feb 14-Arrired. atrs
Boaley, Panama; Coperaa, Bagust Osnsfjord
(Nor), lllueflelds; Mansanlllo, Pro green: Paris
inlna, Bocas del Toro; S M Hpauldlng, Tarn
plo; ncptuno, Frontera.
Cleared 14th, str Belyernftn (Nor), Frogrrto;
Chinese Prlneo (Br), Nw York; Indore (Br),
IJrerpooli Suterenyl (Ital), Trieste.
Sailed from Port Eads 14tb, atrs Corotal,
i-ono uieo; Honduras Mir), uriixs via. Ma
Pualr IM MvlnMlnn. Ilnr.n Timnliil' IJH
Mattata. Hantlsam Tl 'rienfneeflS.
Sailed 14th, sfrs Oranennest, Havana: Coppe
name, Barrios: Yoro (Uund), Celba: taclsfcr.
Harana; Itathlln Head (Br, Belfast; s:br
Uotln. Cadla. .
.WBlV'POHT NF.WS. Va, Feb 14-Arrlved. atrs
Woouioeket. .Vorfolkt Fredericksburg (Dan),
tew .York; Iaple Unt (Br). Norfolk.
Hailed. 14th. atra Nurmannla (Uas), Ohrls
"V'ASJlrsxIsi (Br). Norfolk. i
NOllFOLK, Va, Feb 13-Arrlved. strs Uke
Flushing, New Orleans and sailed 14th for
Algiers): Modests (Br). Clcnfuegost Grrystoke
Castle (Br), Uatveston; Is'ormannU (pan), (iuan
tanamo. . Sailed 13th. strs Clsa Cummlng (Br). New
lork; Taunton (Nor), Kingston: Comic de
Abasola (Up), Havana; Ocean (Butch), Rotter
dam, Arrived 14th. strs Capto (Nor), Newport News:
Ventura de Larrinssa fRr), (lalresroa (and
t-i'led for Manchester): Kanagatra Mart! (Jap),
.N, York: Alvarndo, Boston,
Sailed 14th. sirs Immeln (Sw). Sweden; Wet
Ford, Havre; Coelleds. (Ha-gw; City of Ht
Joseph, (!rnoi: Bothlebem Bridge, Liverpool;
Monro (Sp), Valencia; schr Eleanor V Bartram,
POUT ARTHUR. Tei. 1'el, ll-Arrlved. strs
Oulftradc, Provldcjicv; I'vnniyltanb, Port
PENSACOLA. Fla. Feb J4-Arrlrcd, Sibr
Willis A Huldeu. Bsn-elona.
frilled llt'j, str Huronlan (Br). Liverpool,
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Feb 14-Arrlrcnl. str
F A Tamplln (Br), Cardiff: bark Amos Pt-ggs,
Sailed 12tb. str Lako .Silver. Boston.
Relumed aud anchored off Marcus Hook 14th,
sir Bunoll, hence for Taiupleo (cuglne tru'ihle).
Passed down Reedy Island 14th, U H tattle;
ship Ohio, Philadelphia for sea: strs Sabine
Fua, do for Beaumont; Lake Washburn, do for
Passed In Delaware Breakwater 14th. str
Governor Forties, Clenfuepw for Philadelphia.
Passed out Delaware Hteakwater tilth. T I'M.
strs IJagan. Philadelphia for Arnslerdami ll:-0
I'M. J Q Dounell, do for Port Lobo.
Passed nut 14th, H1B Ait, atrsBalsani, plla.
-Ylnd 8, 10
delplila for Dauslg; 2:40 AM, Woodinansie, do
for Dsnxlg: Deva, do for antes,
ru les: light fog: smootn tea, .... .
inttniji ire. Peh 14-Arrtred. str Ardgoll
(Br), Cardiff. .
Hailed 14th, strs Augusts Fohsresegno (Ital),
Gibraltar (for orders)! Mstoj, NorfoUri Briton,
do; Lake Lasaog, do.-Wlnd,,V, light breesej
Cl8AN FRANCIPCO, Cal, Feb 13-Salled, sirs
Royal Arrow, Beaummit; Acme. do. .......
bUATTI.K, Wash, Feb 13-Arrlved,,str Last
orn Hell iJsti), Kobe. ...
SAN PEDRO, Cal. Fidt 12-Salled, str Astral.
HAND KEY. "Fla., Feb IMlWl . W..
Plnua; 13ih. Ovorhrook, Brilliant with barge
I'arsru r inn, sw .Biairi. . .
I'assed V lrflh. strs M anls.de Larrlnaga
jV..AIIDH iiax (Lape uou i.anau, eisw,
PM-Passeil. tuir VslleT Forge, towing
Bsrrr and Paxtans. from Portland, and
irnv. NAnlmrrnort for PhlladelDhla.
rnsseo h linn, sirs s mib,
(Br)t 14tb. Jlaldhllt. Lake Uravella, Ada (Ital),
HAVANNAH. Oa, t'eb 13-Salled, atrs Gulf,
light. Port Arthur: Canoga, Charleston.
Sailed 14th. strs Oalesburg. Uoncnhagenl City
of Ht Iionls, NoV Yorkt Atnleth (Dan). Aarhuus
Arrived 14th. atrs Torlld (Bw), Curscoa (nut
In for eosl)t Aft), rernandloa: concbte, !'
ton: Gloucester, Baltimore! bargs Couemsugb,
Port Arthur. '
. BF, ll'MONT, Ter. Feb 0-ArrIvcd, str Nocca-
mia, .Mw Orleans via iiaircston.
OI)UCi:STEll. JISM, rD is Arrivca, cargo
Lincoln, i-niiaueipuia. .
jJIDNOLULU, Feb 7-Arrlvcd. str Bee, Grays
'MAil'lTICONA. Jan 10 Sailed, schr Melrose.
Puget Sound. . . .
FORT ANOF.LKR. Wssh. Feb ft-Arrlved, str
La Bria (Br), Victoria for Port San Iils,
POIlTHMOtlTII. NH, Feb 13-Arrlved. tug
Gettysburg, Philadelphia for Portland, towlnjt
barge Yardler: barge Llneolu, Phlladelph a.
PROVIDKNCK. Ill, Feb Ill-Arrived, tr
Quantlco, Norfolk. ...
Sailed IJth. PM, str Ijike Harney. Norfolk.
HAN FRANCISCO. Cal, Feb 7-Arrlvcd, str
8llver Shell, Astoria.
HABINK. Tex, l'eb 0-Arrlvcd, atr Ashtabula
(Br), Beaumont. ,. .
SHARSPORT. Me. Feb 13. 1 PM-Salled. tng
Innpe, Philadelphia, with barge Kieter In tow
(will call at Parkers Flats for barga Oak Hill
and at Portland for barro Poeopwni.
s U.F.M. Mass. Feb 13-Arrlved, barga Maple
s NAVAL- OltDEnfl.
Special to Tub Sc.' and Nr.w Tons llr.r.it.p.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. The following
naval orders have b-n Issued:
Commander Howard II. J. Benson, to U, S. S.
Yarnall ln comrnaa I,
Commander Frank It. McCrsry, to U. S, 8.
Idaho as executive olflecr.
Commander Raymond A. Spruance, to U. S. S.
iLIeutenant-Commander Frad T. Berry, to
V. S. S. McLclah and lu command when com
missioned. IJuteDant.Ccmniander Glanroore F. Clark, to
duty as an assistant tn Sanitary Engineer, Re
public ot Iiaytl.
Lieutenant-Commander Edward H. Connor, to
U. S, S. Sinclair lit command.
IJeutenant-t'omnisnuer Roy Pfaff, to u. S. S.
Yarnall es eecutlri officer.
Lieut. James II, Crlnr, to U. 8. S. Bajiey
hs wnior enslueer o,"fleer.
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to the FRANK TOURIST CO. 24 Days Sailing from
MARCH 20, 1920
Visiting during the most delightful season of the year
RICA NASSAU (Bahamas)
Luxuriously appointed steamer built especially
for the. tropics. First class, only. Cabins and
Parlor suites with bedsteads and private baths.
Dining service a la Carte included in the rate.
Many delightful Shore Excursions.
and up, including all expenses on
Steamer and on Shore.
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489 Fifth Ave., N. Y. Phone 7390 Vanderbilt
to U, H.
U. S. .
U. S. H.
U. B. 8.
t S. S.
John Bahuer, to U. S. 8. Keosanqua.
Martin (lrlfft, to U. H. H. P-rlval.
Carlo 1. 'J.-.troui, to U. 8, H, Mont-
(Junior g-nd") Harold U Hallcngtr,
. M. Rhode Islaud.
(Junior grade) Charles F. flrtshsm, to
11-3. ' ,
(Junior gride.) Harry II, Mochon, lo
(Junior gradi) Ralph B. Netting, to
(Junior gritdo) Prank W. Riseh, to
NOTED PERSONS GO
ABROAD ON ADRIATIC
J. J. Van Alen Says He Is
Glad to Escape Dry Lay).
Many noUblo persons put to sea
aboard the Whlto Star steamship Add
ntlc, which aalled yesterday a(trnon
for Cherbourg and Southampton. J. J.
Von Alen of Newport and New York,
who Is making a trip to England and
Prance, said ho know he would feel re
lieved to spend a white trhera no dry
lawn vvouia affect hla personal liberty.
After three weeks In this country
Major n. Lloyd Q corse, son of England's
Premier, salted with Mrs. Lloyd Oeors'f.
He had an little to say on politics it.t
when he arrived here. He said ho tonic
no Interest In politics, but inrmlttcd
himself the observatlomtliat lio was sur
prised to so the Immense amount ot
buelnoss now done In America and tho
evidences ot prosperity despite the ercut
cost of the war. Ho litis been In thin
country ln connection with the buslnesi
of a Btecl and Iron firm ot which ho In a
Others who aalled wero Sir Horaca
Plunltett, the Irish Nationalist; Ilaron
Jacques Do Neufllse, a banker of Paris
and Now York, who la coins to Paris to
brlnic back Mr brldo of stx wcekij: Ivan
Caryl), tho English playwright, atui Mm,
Caryll; Sir. and Mrs. Perry Holmont.
Moreton Frowen. English financial ex
pert; Percy A. Ilockefeller, and Cant,
and Mrs. Bruce Balrnsfather.
More Htoclc. for DrooUIyn Gnu X'o.
Alfred M. Barrett, Deputy Publlo
Service Commissioner, announced yes
terday that he had authorized the
Brooklyn Union Gaa Company to issue
I2.O00.OOO In stock for refunding pur
poses or retirement of notes which are
convertible Into tho stock.
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consist largely in eliminating the petty
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Itineraries include the Riviera, Italy, France.
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This favorite liner especially built for
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S425 up. Send for fully detailed and beau
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Escorted Tour leaving March 2nd; the Itin
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California with its attractive and restful Coast
resorts San Franciscoreturn route through
Accommodations reserved at best hotels
only. Inclusive cost 5725.
A new series of individual tours and es
corted Spring tours. to Japan, China, Manila,
etc, March 6, 8, 30.
Weekly tours by FURNESS BERMUDA
LINE. Inclusive fares $123 up.
Atlantic City Old Point Comfort Nprth
and South Carolina Florida Cuba.
Individual tours to leave any day. Hotel
accommodations reserved in advance.
Curry Vorr Funds In Safety Carry Cook's TraveUers Cheques
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and continuing dally until completed,
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LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COLONIAL, Italian and French Mahogany
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MACHINERY consists of Power Boilers, Electric and Hand Drill! Power,
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and a large amount of Scrap Metals and Iron.
HpJrES, WAGONS AND STABLE EQUIPMENT
INSPECTION WITH DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE
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A PILGRIMAGE OF HOMAGE
TO THE BATTLEFIELDS
What thla means to Americana is
et forth in a recent letter: "I had
10 conception of what War meant."
rites a tourist to us, "until I saw
.ho stupendous evidence with my
ran eyes. It was a revelation. Tell
tvefy one that it is not only tho
privilege but the duty of all Ameri
ans to visit these battlefields not
13 idle sightseers, but with reverent
patriotism, that they may pay their
.rlbute to the immortal dead."
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Battlefields, Belgium, The Riviera,
Chateau Country, Provence, England,
Holland, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Al
geria, Tunisia and Sicily.
April . 3
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of a trip, it is essential that it be
carefully planned beforehand and
accommodations assured. Our Euro
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your comfort as well as your pleasure.
itra you leave.
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