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JURYWOMEN DODGE
'BEASTLY LETTERS'
Indecent Picture Cards in Suit
Also Form Bitais of Apol
ogy to Them.
BERNARD SHAW OBJECTS
Author Asserts Male Jurors
and Men Generally Are Not
Pornographic.
epcctuJ Coi i espendene* of The Nhw Toi*
HEK.4I.D.
1x>nt>on", Hay -k?George Bernard
Rhaw resents the implication made In a
divorce court here that men know, or
j-hould know, more about "beastly let
tors and Indecent picture cards" than
women. He thinks that tf a court hue
any apology to make for its evidence
the apology should be made general, and
not to women jurors alone.
Women Jurors, having made good in
America, are on trial here. With their
first few cases, which offered a wide
range of Juridical possibility, a contro
- ersy has arisen about the fitness of
women to serve on juries, particularly
i:i certain cases, and while doubts and
misgivings have been expressed from
bench and bar, the feminists desire no
relief for the sex from the sex disquali
fication (removal) act, which has Just
gone Into effect
The dispute has been heightened by [
? n unsavory divorce case, tried by a Jury ,
of six men and six women. Much of the '
evidence to support the w ife's case, who
was charged with misconduct with her
cousin, was an exhibit of "beastly letters
? nd indecent picture cards" which, she 1
alleged, her husband had sent her when
he was with the army in France. The
women Jurors explained that they did j
not look at the exhibit of evidence, but
had preferred to take the word of the ,
men Jurors about tt.
Doubts \\ omen's Qualification.
The enforced delicacy of the proceed
In ks brought a strong statement from
Bir Edward Marshall Hall, well known
Eondon barrister, who appeared as coun
sel. In which he said that women were
not Qualified to sit In such a case be
cause obviously they could not judge
wisely without examining the evidence,
and he inferred Just as obviously they
could not as women examine such evi
dence as was introduced.
This stand brought a characteristic
outburst from Mr. Shaw. In a letter to
the Daily YetftrUr, Shaw said:
"As a member of the male sex will
you allow me to protest indignantly
against the proceedings reported by you
aa having occurred In the divorce court?
"The case began with a discussion be
tween the tench and the bar as to the
effect on the Jury of certain letters de
scribed as abominable and beastly, and
Certain presumably Indecent picture
cards- The conclusion arrived at seems
to have been that as all men ara fa
miliar with abominable and beastly let- 1
t.ers and indecent picture cards they
should examine these documents and tell
?he Innocent women what they thought
of them. Now I am a married man in
my sixty-fifth year, and I solemnly pro
??st that I am entirely guiltless of this
;> Ileged male habit of reading abomina
-le and beastly letters and gloating over
twraographlc pictures.
"Sir Edward Marshall Hall's assump
tion that my sensibilities In this matter
are less delicate than those of women is
not only unfounded but extremely of
'??nslve. It was part of his case that
these 'exhibits' had passed between a
man and a woman. Then why in the
.name of common sense did this blush
ing barrister exclude the six Jurymen
from the spology which he thought It
rw'or?sry to make for presenting them
to the six Jury women?
situation Cross Absurdity.
"I need not emphasize the gross ab- |
surdity of referring Miss Lillian Barker
tone of th>- Jurywomen), whose ex
traordinary record as a welfare worker
during the war. to say nothing of her '
present employment, makes her judg
ment more valuable in any question of j
domestic morality than that of the whole
British Bar and Bench, to the nearest
Juryman, possibly a bsshful novice of
IS. for instr-jc' ion as to what she should |
think of an Improper picture.
"But I d--dare that it Is monstrous
that any woman or any man having a
public duty of this kind to perform
?hould have his or her name published
i s having on such and such a day be?n
rgaged in the examination of n- j
able and beastly documents, t? < -it i
would V: said if hospital nurw-s could
not it at unmentionable operations? j
as they hare *<-> every day?without h.nv
n? their names published in connection i
with distrusting descriptions of their
wor* ? Why ? the sei.se of decency
wis; h ; "oteets nurses and surgeons
dram * ch repulsive reports suspended j
Hi the case of Jurymen and jurywonven?
If the published 1? Iters ar" fair sam
ples of th? '.abominable and beastly'
'hr.r nts I o a ,a> without fear of
contmdk-'ion that nothing in the case
was half *<? shO' iting to sensible duHcacy
ir t is unfortunate discussion with which
't opened. Jf the leaders of the bar
are really as nsltlve as Mr. Silos
Wegg, with his 'N"t before Mrs. Boffin,
str.' then I suggest that It will be on
the whole leas socially Inconvenient for
them to ehance tin ir profession or con
fine themselves to Admiralty practice
than for Parliament to repeal the act
In deference to their bUUhfulness."
FAMINE REFUGEES TO
TRY FOR NEW CROPS
China Relief Fund Provide*
Food, Money and Seed*.
Hundreds of thousands of famine suf
ferers who wore concentrated In rofiitts
amps In China during the winter have
bo< n compelled by authorities to return
to their home provinces anil attempt
lulsing new crops this year.
This action was taken, according to
cable advices received from I'ekln by
the China Famine Fund, because offi
cials considered It necessary for the
good of the entire population that efforts
bo made for a harvest this vear through
out the famine area. As the camp refu
gees were g?-n* rally well f<ad during tli"
recent months tbey were picked to pass
the summer months at their former
homes.
Refugees who have started the home
ward Journey were supplied With food
and money by relief organisation*. In
many eases the famine victims were
given food for two weeks and fund* to
buy additional food for a month. Heeds
tor planting were furnished In abun
dance. Tru-nsportatlon was furnished
tree by the railroads.
NAVY CLASS TO 00 OUT.
Incntr-nlne to lie Graduated
from War ? <ifleitre Wntarda?.
NwwitJitT. Tt. T., May 15.- What Is
known ns the .lune class of twenty-nine
officers will be graduated front the
Naval War College hera neat Satur
day.
Tn the absence of n*ar Admiral Sims,
prcaldent o fthe College, who Is on hi*
'nay to England. Hear Admiral Charles
r\ P'unkett, chief of staff and acting
p-eaM*nt, wni deliver the address to the
. tea and distrlbuta the diploma*
ASSERTS MARRIAGES
IN JAPAN ARE TOO LAX
Kcbe College President De
scribes Conditions.
Kansas Citt, May 16.?While politi
cally Japan ranks on a par with the
other great nations of the world, morally
and spiritually she ranks very low. ac
cording to Miss Charlotte DeKorest,
president of Kobe College.
Miss DeForest said modern civilisa
tion in Japan is being retarded because
. of ancient prejudice against and modern
1 exploitation of her women.
"Late statistics show one out of every
-ix marriages in Japan lead to divorce."
said Miss DeForest. 'This Is because of
parent domination and the lack of proper
ceremony. Many persons enter marriage
without any ceremony. All that Is neces
:i ry is to register their marriage with
the proper Government officials.
"Many persons enter into t trial :naY
rlage. and after living together for a
considerable time, become dissatisfied
and sever relations. If they have not
registered, no legal step Is required to
annul the marriage."
One of the aims of the Christian popu- ?
lation in Japan Is to eliminate this con- ,
dltlon. And there is a movement now j
under way in that country to require |
more stringent marriage laws, according
to Miss DeForest.
Since the advent of the military party I
In control of Japan thousands of fac- j
tories have sprung up over nil the coun- [
try. Women have been drafted to work j
in these factories.
"The women laborers live In camps j
with the men and the moral conditions '
are deplorable," she said. "This leads
to one of two things. They are either |
sent home to die of tuberculosis or of j
other disease."
This* treatment of women will even
tually lead to a revolution in Japan.
Miss De Forest predicted.
Mfss DoForest has spent the major j
portion of her life In teaching Japanese j
women. She is the representative of j
the First Congregational Church.
WEALTHY WOMAN GIVES
LAND FOR 'TENT CITY'
Evicted Tenants to Have
Chance on Deynzer Estate.
Chicago, May 15.?Discarding her
plan to build a two million dollar castle
on her six acre Sheridan road estate,
Mrs. John O. Deynzer, one of the
wealthiest women in the country, has
i substituted a "tent city" for evicted
! tenants.
| The rolling lawns, gardens and tennis
] courts of the estate are to be turned into
1 streets, to be flanked by tents and small
| portable cottages, Mrs. Deynzer an
j nounced. The porter's lodge at the gate
, will be changed to a gymnasium, and the
; atreU hes 41 ground facing the lake will
, bo converted into playgrounds for chll
; dren. Beach facilities and a fleet of
small boats Cor fishing also will be pro
vided, Mrs. Deynzer said.
Tenants will be asked only to provide
their own tents and to pay for lighting
the "tent city." it was stated.
"We hope to accommodate 300 poor
persons," said Mrs. Deynzer.
Mrs. Deynzer. 56 years old, who also
as Mrs. Sarah V. Brown was a society
leader, recently startled her friends by,
marrying John G. Deynzer. 26, vice
president of tho Nueces Oil and Gas
Company.
"ZYXT" IS LATEST WORD.
Oxford Dictionary Upsets the
Claim of *?Zyxomma."
Boston-, May 15.?Zyxt is the last
word in the English language, says the
Boston Transcript, according to the Ox
ford dictionary, which has now said its
last word; that is to say, the forty years
toil of Sir James Murray and his coad
jutors has come to its end with the last
word that can be found to go Into It.
Too Oxford has gone all the other recent
dictionaries, which end with the word
"syxomma," one better by discovering
"zyxt." And what does it mean? it i
seems that the word is fourteenth cen
tury Kentish dialect for "lent"?"thou
zyxt." It was, Indeed, only In recesit ,
times that the dictionaries had discov- i
etcd "zyxomma," w- h is some kind of !
fly known to the zoologists.
The real old dkrUo&arn.i used to end
with "zymologist"?meaning one who
follows the science of symology, which
Is something or other, the writer is not
quite sure what.
Old Gloty is now
on the Seven Seas'
AMERICAN SHIPS ARE AVAII.AM.K
FOR VOIR OCEAN VOYA0E
j New combination rassiMigor and Freight
; Shu>*, Faat, laixurloue Stoamera.
1 Key number beside ship's name indicates
operator shown bottom of column.
Ill ROPE
i|nrrmto<rn, IliHiloia", l,ondon
From N etr York
June 7?July 12-Aug. 16?Old North State
| 1151)).
May 24?June 28?Aug. 2?Panhandle State
(IMt.
Itrenicn anil I tan ? ig
From New York
May 21?July 5?Aug. 18?Susquehanna
<ltt?.
June 2T>?Potomac <150).
Naples and Genoa
Front New York
June 4?July 18? Aug 27?Prlncees Matolka
(15P).
May 21?June 24?Aug. 1.1?8ept. 24?Poca
hontas (150).
Mil Til AMERICA
Kio de Janriro, Monies ideo and Rnenoa
Aires
From New York
May 25?Huron '01).
FAR EAST
Honolulu. Yokohama, Kobe. Shanghai.
Manila. Hongkong
Front San Francisco.
Mnr 28?OoMen state tKT.)
Yokohama, Kobe. Shanghai, Hongkong.
Manila
From Seattle
Juno 18?Aug 27?Wenatohee f 10?t ?
HAM HI. PHII irriNF.S, F. %ST INDIRA
llonoliiltt, Mnnlla, Saigon. Singapore. Co
lombo. Calentta
From San Francisco.
June 11 - WntvorlnO H ats <I0#>.
?OA*TMI8E IMt lltM \lt
Hat ana, t smil, I.o* Angeles, s?n Frnncisoo
iti'l llawallro Island*
Front nalllmora
Early June?Hawkeys Htate (00)
Hat ana. C anal. I.o? Angeles, >an Francisco,
settllle. lokoltamn, Kobe, Shanghai, Hong
kong. Manila. a
From New York
June 4?Rllrer Htate <)<*!..
8tl Mnlsnn Nat IgnAon Co.
121 Market Htrcef.
Han Francisco, Cal.
2<l Houth flay Rlreet, rtaltlmore, Md.
01 Mnnson steamship f Ine.
*2 llesver Ktreet, X. Y
Tel. Hanover 5120.
HKV Pacific Mall M. 8. Co.
7 Hanover Bq.. N. Y.
Tel. Roe ling 'Irsen 40.10
821 Market "Greet, Han Francisco, f'al.
100 Idntlaal I Ine.
17 Htate Htrivt, N. Y. I
!,. C. Smith Ilhlg , Reaftle, Wash.
1.10 I s. Mall s s, < Inc.
I", llroadway, N". T.
Tel. R" -or rtliio.
U.S. SHIPPING HOARD
U*s*iyton,a(
3-YEAR-OLD 'MUGGED'
TO DETER KIDNAPPERS
Parents of Adopted Boy Are
Fearful of Future.
DKKvm, May 16.?Kidnappers are go
ing to have a hard time it they bother
! t'aui Everitt Collins, S years old, of
Denver.
Ha climbed up on :he stool in front of
the camera at tho central police station
tlio other day and was photographed.
The:; h> t: rust his fins- rs Into the re
cording Ink and impressed his finger
prints for the Hertlilon records.
Hut ho Is not a criminal. Mr. and Mrs.
I'. E. Collir.s, who recently adopted htm,
were with him, und they asked that
the-o fecords be made to insure hint
against kidnapping. Both (aid they
feared .-omeone might attempt at Pains
time to take hint away from them. The
records will be filed with the poller at
the County Recorder's office, they said.
Percy Clemmvna, linger print expert
for the Denver Police Department, mado
the records for the lad. His fellow
workers stood by and laughed when he
urged Paul to "look at the birdy" and
other things that usually grow In a
photographer's studio.
Then be lookfed about the gathering
and remarked: "I've mugged a lot of
hard boiled Individuals In my time, hut
this Is the first occasion in the history
of Denver that the department has ever
been called upon to record a 3-year-old
boy who's as innocent as a lamb."
ENGINEER DESCRIBES
CAPTURE OF URGA
Half of the Chinese Garrison
Perished.
PcktN, May 13.?The capture of L'rga
by Baron t'ngern-Sternberg was de
scribed by Major A. Doekray, a wire
less construction engineer, and several
companions, who left the city fifteen
days after iUi fall and arrived In Hur- j
bin after travelling by camel, cart und !
horse via Karelin und -Manchuria Sta- ;
tlon.
Ungern attacked on the morning of '
February 2 from the east and south
after a feint from the north which j
enticed a portion of the Chinese gar
rison In that direction. A force of
Chinese troops holding the east pass
fled In a panto at tho first cavalry
charge. The same evening the Chinese
were driven out of the Chinese city Into
fTrga proper with heavy losses. The!
city capitulated on tho morning of tho j
3d. It wax estimated that half the
Chinese garrison perished, although out
numbering the attackera The remain- j
der escaped to the north, abandoning |
their artillery and a large amount of j
ammunition.
Conditions In Urga prior to Its fal! |
were described as ghastly. The Chinese ,
soldiery robbed and murdered ^ un- j
checked. Russians especially were their j
victims, although no foreigner was safe, i
MARRIAGE LICENSE TOR LIFE.'
Kanaua Man Thonelit It Good lor
Only Six Months.
Wichita, Kan., May 15.?When An
tonio Oretz wa?* married last October
lie thought it was only for six months.
To his great astonishment, lie learned
in police court that his license was good
for life and that It was up to him to
love, cherish and even obey Mrs. Oretz
until the Intervention of death or the
divorce Judge.
He and his wife were brought In on
a bliarge of disturbing the peace. It de
veloped that the trouble was caused
through Oretz misunderstanding the re
sponsibilities of marriage. He is a Mexi
can. but liis w ife is American born. Ortiz
held to the theory that marriage licenses
were In the same category as hunting,
motor car and dog licenses. With ex
planations made by the court, however,
and the charge dropped, the couple left
satisfied.
LKGAI. NOTICES.
Folio 1010
1010 C. No. 4132,
? NOTTIK TO APPEAR
IN THE HIGH OOURT OK JUSTICE
[L. S.J ADMIRALTY DIVISION
SHirS "PORT STEPHENS" and "NORTH
CAMBRIA."
WHEREAS, In an Action of Limitation of
Liability Instituted in the High Court of
Justice on behalf of Commonwealth A Do
minion Unu Limited against tie Owners of
the a. s. "North Cambria," the Own< rs of
her cargo and all persons claiming to
sustained damage by reason of a oolli.-lon
between the ?. w. "port Stephens" and .?
s. s. "North Cambria" the Judge of the
Admiralty Division of the said High Court
did on the 14th March 1821 amongst other
things, pronounce that in respect of loss of
life or persona! Injury or damage to Ships,
Goods, Merchandise, or other things caused
by reason of the Improper navigation of the
a. s. "Port Stephens" on the occasion of tho
collision between that vessel and tho s. s.
"North Cambria" on the 2nd day of August
1818 tho Owners of the ?atd s. s. "Port
Stephens" are answerable in Damages to an
amount not exceeding ?88,431. 18 0. (?u<-n
sum being at the rat- of IIS. for each ton of
tho registered tonnage of the s. s. "Port
Stephens" with tire addition of engine room
aparei.
Thla Is therefore *0 give Notlc- to all per
sons having any claim In rasped of th?
loss or damage caused as aforesaid, that
If they do not come In and enter their
Claims on or before the 14th June 1821 they
will be excluded from ahartng In the afore
said amount.
Jl'ated the 15th day of March 1821.
Taken out by
WILLIAM A. CRUMP A SON.
17. Iieadenhall Street,
London. E C. 3. England.
KOTICE or sAir: of sr iiooni k ?sis.
HRQOCCK" AMI CAROO BY I NITER
STATES MARSHAL.
UNITED FTATF.K UTPTRfrT COURT.
EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CARO
LINA.?Philip Ftioro vs. The American Ko'ii
Mn.-'ed 8choon?r "Nlssequeur." etc. At Wll
?itngton. In Admiralty. Marshal's Sals.
By virtue of a decree of sal* to ma dl
rooted In the abov? entitled cause I will
?all at public ncutlon at the wharf of Wil
mington Iron Works. In the City of Wilming
ton, N. C., on the 28rd (lay of May. 1921,
at 12 o'clock noon, th" American Four
Masted Schooner "Nlaeeqogue," her tackle,
apparel and furniture, and cargo now laden
on board said Schooner, said cargo ? on
slating of about one thousand (1000) tons
of Pyrites or Iron Ore: the said Schooner,
the cargo laden on board aald Schooner,
and one ceitatn anchor and certain anchor
chains forming a part of the tackle or
furniture of f!n? salil Schooner will he sold
sepnratcly. The sales will be subject to
confirmation t,y th" Court and the highest 1
bidder or bidders at such sales will bo re
quired to deposit an amount equal to twen
ty-flTe (29ftt per cent, of the respective bids
OKORMF. H. BELLAMY.
t'nlted F ates Marshal
Address?Wilmington, N. C
MARINE?FOR SALE OK W ANTED.
I KOENT SALE Tt? CLEAR HTORAAK
sr At v..
It" AT * SHIP?Anchors Muahroort We ght*;
Semaphore Plan*: Cutters; Jacob Ladder*
calv.; Water Breakers; Speed-O'Tic Plrnals; I
T.lfc la'kets A Cork Rings; Cable, Block
Sounding Machines; Cable with Floats;
Fteel Cable; Diving Oar. lot Tiller., Bud
d -is, *- -nt-ba' its. B"at Hooke, Oars. Chocks;
Mfe Rafts; Lights, Lanterni Qrapils; Air I
Ports S- I.'rises; Compasses, Aria" n * ,
II. (; f'eloru*. Taffreli Log; N'av. Instru
ments, Also Radio; Electric; Searchlights.
Tanks, etc. f'ondemhed, Scaled Rid sale.
May 10. 11 A M and 2 P M. (daylight
-iivij. I at Rd of H A A Hale, SPth & flrtl
Ave , Brooklyn Fend at once for Cats.
:;c.rt-:id?. Ring Sunset FIM>; Kgt-rwt.?U. F.
NAVY
DOCK FACILITIES AT LONG BRANCH. N.J.
The City of Long Brandt ha* rnm
pleted n dock locate.! at the foot of ono
of ltd principal streets. Thta tlork la
Ideally suited to agy purpose nnd the
rhaWtdl leading to It hue lust beetl
dredged. The eige of litis (look takes In
*.eu fee' of venter frontage, IC.O feet of
vltlch la on ihe main channel. In spec.
Hon t? Invited nnd further partUuiliiis
nmy he hn l l?v applying to Hiinmel H.
Eartman, Dlreetor o' I'nrkH and PuMli
Property at cttr llnil. I,or g Branch, N. J. i
E. F. I.AWTBB. CIty clerk. i
P"ti! s \I,B Tug, i-a I ah ?<i'iar*7Tfnot draft.
egeelle- ? eondltlon; ?5.0"O, McTNTOPlt
A'IF.N' V. tl Broad we lion ling'Ireen TAf.i,
For Hate?Tug*, bt rgea. lighter*, aeowa.
WAP.BEN O'iRDON, I') Liberty el . Net
York el's
NOTICE TO MARINERS
THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office it in
the Barge Office. Ship news information given by U. S.
Xavy Department Daily Shipping Bulletin. Telephone
Bowling Green 9960.
CLOSING OF MAILS.
At the Foreign Station (corner of Morton .ind Wul streets) foreign mill closes half an |
hour later than at the Central Post Office and City Hall station. Supplementary mall,
double postage required. At the Foreign Station supplementary mall closes half an hour
later than the supplementary closing time show n lielow, except that supplementary mall for
Kitropran countries and for Central America. Ac., via Cristobal, closes ono hour later.
Transatlantic Mail*.
MONDAY. MAY 16.
Bulgaria and Roumanla (?). via Burgas
and Conatanze; also parcel post mails for
Bulgaria, str Mopang. 13 M.
TUESDAY, MAY 17.
Europe. Africa and West Asia (Norway.
Spain, Gibraltar. Capo Verds Islands.
Lithuania, Latvia and Esthonla ?). via Liv
erpool; also parcel post malls for Great
Britain. Ireland and other countries, atr
j Carmnnta, 7 AM (sup D AM).
Spain and Gibraltar "Greece ?). via Ytgo, ,
Gibraltar and Pntra.s; also parcel post malls
for Gibraltar and Greece, str Calabrlu. 0:30
AM.
Iceland: also parcel post malls, atr Lagar
fuss, 11:30 AM.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18.
Germany, Lithuania. Latvia and Esthonla
(Poland ?). via Hamburg. Danzig and Ll
bau; also parcel post mall" for Poland,
Lithuania and Latvia, str Polonla. 10:30
AM.
Cxpo Verdo Islands. Senegal and Gambia
"Morocco, Canary Islands and other parts
of West Africa *). via Caea nianca, 1ms
I'alnias. St Vincent, Dakar. Bathurst Kreo
tosra, Monrovia, Grand I'.assai: g, ceojidee
ami Accra; also parcel post mailt, for Libe
ria, otr Sangamon, 13 M.
Mails for South and Central Amer
ica, West Indies, &c.
, TUESDAY, MAY 17.
Cape Hayt! (Jamaica. Colombia and other
parts of Hayti *). via Capo Haytl. Gonalves,
Fort au Prince. Aux Cayes. Kingston. fc'a va
nilla and Cartagena, str Lake Farlston,
13 M.
Haytl (except Cape Haytl and Port do
Palxj, Canal Zone, Panama. Salvador
(prints, &c). Nicaragua (except east coast),
Amopala, Choluteca (also prints. Ac, for
Nacaome, Tegucigalpa and Yusearan) In
Honduras. Caucn and Narlno departments
of Colombia, Ecuador, and mail other than
parcel post for Peru (except Iqultos), Boli
via snd Chile (other parts of Honduras and
letter mall for Salvador ?). via Port au
Prince and Cristobal, str Colon, 11:30 AM
.sup 12:30 PM).
Grenada. St Vincent, Trinidad, Oludad
Bolivar and Gnlaou. via Grensvda, Trinidad
and tjeorgctown, str Parlma, 7 AM.
| Jamaica. and Colombia (autpt Cauca and
Nartno departments). via Ktncaton, o?m
Ken a. Sa vanilla and Santa Marta. str Car
rlllo, 8:3(1 AM.
I Pet-iiambuco, Parahyba. Natal, Bahla and
Benrlpe (Other parte of Brazil "). via Per
nambuco, ft ah la, Rio Janeiro and Santos, atr
I Tapajoz, 10 AM.
South Brazil (except Pernambuco. Para
hyria, Natal, Bahla and via Ttlo
Janeiro, Santos and Rosarto. sir Strabu.
0:30 AM.
WEDNESDAY. MAY 18.
South Brazil, via VIctorlu. Ilio Janeiro.
Santurt, Par&tvafua, Florlanuopnlls, Rio
Grande d oSul, Pelotaa and Porto Alerre, etr
Hubert, 7 AM.
Newfoundland (parcel post malls and
specially addressed correspor?dence), via St
Johns, str Rosalind, l):30 AM.
Porto Rico, Ouruoao and Venezuela, via
San Juan, Curarao, Laituayrn and Puerto
Cabello. str Philadelphia. 0:30 AM (sup
10:30 AM).
Transpacific Mails.
Close at New York at 0 P.VI as follows:
Tahiti, Marquesas, Coolt Islands. Xew
Zealand and specially addrossed ir.all for
Australia, via San Francisco, str Mara ma,
May lb
Hawaii, via Sun Franc!-' >, str Mnnoa,
May 20
Hawaii and specially addressed mail for
Japan, Cores and China, via San Francisco,
atr Nile, May 21.
Japan. Corea, China, Siberia. French
Indo-C-hlna, Netherlands East Indies (except
Sumatra), and Philippine Islands, via Van
oouvor and Victoria, BC, str Empress of
Russia, May 2t.
Hawaii, China, French Indo-Chlna, Neth
erlands East Indies (except Sumatra), Phil
ippine Islands and specially addressed mall
for Japan and Corea, via Pan Francisco, str
Golden State. May 23.
Japan, Corea. Siberia and specially ad
dressed mall for China, via Seattle, str
Arabia Maru, May 23.
Hawaii. Samom Islands. Vustralla and
New Zealand, via Ban Francisco, etr Sono
ma. May 2*3.
?Must bo specially addressed for tills
steamer.
tl'arcd post mails and specially addressed
correspondence.
DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS.
SAIL MONDAY.
Moping, nursaa. Ac Noon
Colon, Cristobal, Ac .1:00 PM
City of Montgomery. Savannah 3:00 I'M
Lagarfoss, Iceland I'M
SAIL TUESDAY.
Cartnan'.a. Liverpool Noon
Calabria, Patras Noon
Strabo, Rto Janeiro, *?? AM
l'arima, Grenada, &c 11:00 AM
Carrlllo, Kingston, Ac Noon
BAIL. TUESDAY.
Tapajoz, Penuimbuco, Ac 1:00 T
Munamar, nanus -
Santa Eulalla, Havana No
Lake Kariaton. Capo llaytl, Ac.... 3:00 I
SAIL, WEDNESDAY.
Polonla. Han.burg, Ac r
: Sangamon, Casa Olanra, Ac 3:00 1
[ Hubert, Rio Janeiro, Ac 10:00 AM
Rosalind. Ht Johtus , Noon
Philadelphia, San Juan. Curacao,
&c Noon
PORT OF NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MAY IS, 1921
- Steamers Due in New York.
DUE MAY lfl.
Steamer. Balled. From.
ICaeteni Crag Apr 2.1 Dunkirk
liurgondier Apr 27 Antwerp
Justin May 1 Para
Kennemer'.and Apr 21' ....Amsterdam
Irmoko Apr 30 Hamburg
l.a Savole... May T Havre
Illbernla Apr 30 .... ?.Gibraltar
Eastern CUoud May t Hamburg
Monterey May 13 Havana
Momufi May 11...Now Orleans
Ponce May 11 Ban Juan
Car field May 0 Cristobal
DITE MAY 17.
oommelsdyk May 2 Algiers
(<ake Elsah May 1 Bristol
Argentina Apr 29 .y l'atras
Buenos Aires May 1.1 Havana
Wheaton May '2 Cherbourg
121 Norte May 11 (jalveston
DUE MAY 18.
Sail Giovanni.., May II Genoa
Santa Ellsa Apr 30 Valparaiso
Vt-llavla May 8 Swansea
Hall/.ones May 'i ... .Rotterdam
Caracas May 11 Curacao
Korona May 18 St Thomas
Mexl May 14 Havana
Hellas May 11...San Domingo
Almanac for New York May 16.j
Sun r'.v ?? .. 4 :w I^Moon rises.. 1 51 I'M j
Hun tugs 7 (17 ! Moon arts.. 1 88 AM |
Marine Engineers
Wanted
Six Chief Engineers, Six First As
sistant Engineers, Six Second Assis
tant Engineers, Six Third Assistant
Engineers, with
OCEAN LICENSES.
*
Apply in person, by letter or tele
gram to
Superintending Engineer
? *
Southern Pacific Company's Atlantic
Steamship Lines
(Morgan Line)
Pier 49, North River. New York City.
Marine Engineers
Wanted
For large deepwater ships, both oil and
coal burners.
9
Permanent employment assured to
competent men.
Apply to Superintending Engineer
UNITED AMERICAN LINES
39 Broadway, New York
MA RINK?FOR SAI K OR WANT Fit).
MARINE?FOR HA1.K OR WANTED,
FOR SALE Steamer COMMANDER. Full particulars apply to
fOS F O'HRIEN, Bamarfl ami River Sts., Savannah. Qcorgta.
TIME OF HIGH W ATE It MAY 1*5.
Sandy Hook 2 46 AM 3 37 PM
(love mora inland...... 3 14 AM 4 oi PM
Hell Gate (Astoria)... 5 31 AM 6 03 PM
The time given In the above table Is East
ern standard time and le furnished by the
I'nlted Statee Coast and Geodetic. Survey.
For daylight saving add 1 hour.
DROPPING OF TIME BALL.
NEW YOKK. May 15?The time ball above
the Navigation and Marine Engineering
School of the Seamen's Church Institute. 33
South street, dropped to-day at exact noon,
76t'h meridian, or 0 hours slow of Greanwicfi
mean time. Any one desiring correct Green
wich mean time telephone Howling Green
8630.
ARRIVED.
Str Chicago (Fr), Havre May 2, to \ho
Compagnle Generate Transotlantlque. with
73 cabin and 185 steerage passengers and
indse. Will go to pier 57. North River.
Str Antonio Hopes (Sp), Barcelona April
2.5, Valencia 30th< Malaga 28th and Cadiz
30th. to the Companla Transatiantlcu, with
37 first class, 80 second cabin and 142 steer
ago passengers and indse. Fourteen first, 54
second cabin and 37 steerage passengers will
land at New York, the others aro In transit
for Cuba and Mexico. Went to pier 8. East
Hlver.
Sir* Calabria (.Br), Trieste April 21. llarl
23d ar.d Patras 2t!th, to the Anchor Line,
with 786 steerage passengers and indse. Went
to pier 71. North River.
Str Panhandle State, London and Boulogne
May 3, to the I' H Mall Steamship Co. with
35 passengers, malls and indse.
Str Balsam, Leghorn April !), Genoa 241h
and Lisbon May 1, to C O Ma! lory & Co.
with nidse. Went to pier 25, North Vtlver.
Str Hyaclnthus (Br), Bplra March 25, Dur
ban 30th, Algoa Hay April 2. Cape Town
6th, Boston May 7 and Philadelphia 14th,
to R p Houston &. Co, with mdsc.
Str Galaroares, Cristobal May 4, Port
Llmon 8th und avana 12tli. to the United
Fruit Co, with 101 passengers, malls and
mdoe. Went to pier 13, East River.
Str William Green, Tamplcf May 7, to the
fan-American Petroleum Co, with crude oil.
Went to Carteret, NJ.
Str Tungus (Nor). Azua May 3, Sanchez
fitli. Ram ana 7th ar.d Puerto Plata I'th, to I
the Columbus Steamship Co, with indae.
Str Nordamerlka than), Porto Padro Ma>
D, to the Munsou Steamship l.iue, wlti.
sugar. Anchored off Staplcton, SI.
Str Elmoe, Puerto Cabello, to the Clyde
Steamship Co, with nidse. Went to Chrome,
NJ.
Str Stavangeren (Nor). Maracalbo May 3
and Curacao 5th, to flies, Dallott <v Co.
with nidse. Went to New York Dock Go's
Pier 11, Brooklyn.
Str Lake Arllne, San Juan May 6, to J W
Elwell ,t- Co, with nidse. Anchored off Sta
pleton, 81.
Str Christian Krogh (Nor), Cardenas May
8 and Havana 10th, to the M una on Steam
ship Line, with sugar.
Str Walter D Munson. Matan/.as, to the
Manser Steamship Line, with nidse.
Str Runs (Nor), Tatiamo May 10 and
Cananova 11th, to the Atlantic Fruit Co,
with 0 passengers and fruit. Went to pier
26. En t Rivet.
Str fake Freeland, Mobile May 6 and
Tampa 8th, to ? Clyde Steamship Co, with
nidse. Went to pier 37, North River.
Str Lenape. Jacksonville and Charleston,
to the Clyde Steamship Co, with passengers
and mdse. Went to pier 38, North River.
Str Freeman, Tampa April 20, to Crowell
* Thurlow, with nidse.
Str Jefferson, Norfolk, to the Old Domin
ion Trn importation Co, with tiulse. Went to
pier 26. North River.
Sir Henry Doutscli de la Mentlio (Br),
Baltimore May 13, to Simpson, Spenee A
Young, in bullast. Went to pier 3, Bayonne,
NJ.
StrArlo, Providence.
U S sir Bagiey, Norfolk.
Pchr Ruth Martin, Gulfport for Tcrth Am -
boy.
Schr Vitytinia Dare. Brunmvirk May 5.
WIRELESS REPORTS.
By United State* Naval Communis
cation Service.
[Distances Riven In mili?; position at noon.
unless otherwise specified.]
Abangarez 220 PSE South I'ass 1.">Ui.
Agwlmana 3Ki K by N Key West lttli.
Agwisea "00 NK Tampion l.'tih.
Agyvlaun 17S S Hatteras nth.
Agwlinoon 13 hK Boston L V lotli.
Aptut 177 N Pan F'ranelsco H I'M 12th.
Arapahoe S3 X Cape Hntteras 15th.
Astmacho No 5 la' H OS. Ion 72 40 14' \
As!in- 100 K Cape llenry 14th.
Bakersfleld 23 S San Pedro 3 PJX 13th.
Balsam 104 E Atubroae 14th.
Iiellflower 130 PE Cape Torlentos 15th.
BTKAMSIlirs, EXCLUSIONS uno 1VPBS.
Hudson River
By Daylight
"YYii-diinrt on Irving." "Ilehdrlck Hudson,"
"Robert Fulton." "Alhnny."
"DeWIU Clinton."
Direct Hail Connections. All through rail
tickets between New York and Albany ac
cepted. Music. Restaurant.
Day Dine Steamers leave dally. Including
Rundav, daylight saving time, Desbrosseo
St.. o.no A M.; West 12d St.. 9:20 A. M.:
West 129t.li St.. 9:40 A. M.; Yonkers, 10:15 |
\. M.; landing at fBear Mountain. tWeat |
Point i week days only). tNowburgh, fl'ough
keepslc. Kingston Point, Catsklll, Hudson
and Albany.
ON HT'NDAT, May 22. Additional Steamer
lra\? . Intsbrosees St.. 9:30 A. M.; W. 42d
St.. 9:50 A. M.; W. 12?tli St., 10:10 A. M.,
for R.ar Mountain. Xewburgh, l'oughkecpele
and return to W. 42d St.
tReturn nteamcr sam?u?rlay from points
marked f
tdenl One-Day Outings.
Dee brosi.es Ht. Pier. Tel. Canal KIM V I,
? ENGLAND POINTS
VIA TH E
Fall River Line
the popular route
Splendid steamers Splendid service Kn
. J"y the orchestra. Large. comfortable
staterooms. Arrive In Boston rested and
refreshed after a delightful see enrage
L?. retted Street Pier 14 Nerth
river 4.SO P.M. gee tern Standard
Time. OaHy Including
reesolufotsd Tiek*1 Offlc**
HUDSON RIVER NIGHT LINK
NEW YORK - ALBANY - TROY
Daily sailing trom Pier 32, X. It., fodt
Canal tit., 6 P. M. West 132.1 St.. d:M
I'. M. t Daylight having Time). Direct
rail connections at Albany to aii point*
north, cast and west.
Fare It one way. $7 round trip.
PHONE CANAL WO.
Rrpress Freight Service. Antes Cm 11 it
HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
MinnucroN s. no it land and
JAMEs A. KMKIDMIN. Kneelrers.
'BOSTON SS
METROPOLITAN LINE
through THE CAPE COD CANAL
Connections, nt Boston for Portland,
Rockland, Ilangtir. Mt. Desert, Me.,
Yarmouth, N. 8. Steamer leaves Pier
IS. N R., N. Y (ft. Murray St.)
dally. Including Sundays, 9 P M (Day.
light Savlnir Time) T'l Rnrclc Mg*l.
EASTERN S.S. LINES
?Die I'ublic H* Pleased''
COLONIAL LINE
DSTON. $5.61. Steamer and Rail
ROVIDENCE, $3.e9. Direct Steamer
timer leaves I'lei P.O. N It., Kt.W Houston 9t.
ill) ..nil Sunday S iitl P M (Daylight Bar.
I Tlmei
TV:one 9ISI Spring.
I K.NTRAI III D*ON LINK
Veil bin gh. pnughkccp?le, Mnr..Inn
s', V ran kiln Ht. tveehdiiis o*e. Rat.. 4
M.t Saturday, 1 and 2:39 p. M.; Hun
y 9 A M and 4:39 P. M. for Xewburgh
d Ponghk. ? p-le. All steamers leave W.
)th St. half hour later.
R. MANDM AT?3 Special Trips Mai ft.
tlso no Me ? ?? 79 A 29 T lt-o?.| t ,10
Borgestad 4ii from Baltimore 6 PM 14th.
Oe Debases 842 S Nanturket 1. V 14th.
Ca naguey S3 8 Peleware Breakwater 10th.
Cedrlc 200 E Ambrose 4 AM 15th.
Cerro Kb A no 32 W Band Key 11th.
Cartago 11?0 N Capo San Antonio 15th.
Charles Pratt 154 ESB Port Lobos 15th.
Chester Valley <140 E Ambrose 14th.
Chltiampn 127 SW Hatter:u> 14th.
City of St Bonis 140 6\V Hatteras 14th.
Coelleda 05 SB Five Fathom Hank L V 14th.
Colombia 3.03O from San Francisco 8 I'll
12th.
Conchattu 130 K Cape Henry 15th.
Cornelia 710 s Ambroee 14th.
Dannedalke 385 B Delaware Capes 14th.
lMrlgo 10 SW Hatteras 14th.
K H Kanip 310 B 'l'amplco 35th.
B \V Sinclair 20 .S Jupiter 14th.
Bastern Cloud lal 40 54, Ion 00 32 S P1I
Easforn Crown 410 N Colon 14th.
Eastern hatvn lat 41 28, Ion kS 23 14th.
Edward I, Doheny, Jr. 123 N Jupiter 11th.
El Alba 20 8 Jupiter 14Ut.
El Norte 80 S Jupiter 14th.
Essex passed Fire Island 15th.
9 L> Asche 28 8SW Ambrose* 14,-h.
Frederic Ewlng 205 N Jupiter 14th.
Frederick H Kellogg 54 8SB Hatteras 14t!i.
Fred W Waller 102 SW Hatteras 14th.
<1 It Crowe 60 N llatteras 11th.
Garfield 537 8 Ambrose 14th.
Gloucester 0 S\V Flro Island E V 15th.
Glyndon 007 8 Ambroee 14th.
Grecian picased Cape Henry 1 :30 PM 14th.
Gwlflnnd 200 8W Hatteras 14th.'
Gnlfllght 353 SW Hatteras 14th.
Gulfmald 53 N Jupiter 14tli.
Gulf Queen 100 N Jupiter 14tli.
H&hatonka 245 E Hattera* 14th.
Halaey. 22 S Hatteras 14;li.
Hermail Winter 152 S Mobile 1 1th.
Hinckley tuo E Ambrose 14th.
Hyades tsvs from Belllngton 8 PM 12th.
Innoko 308 U Nantucket I4tli.
lowan 54-1 8 Ambroee 14th.
Ipswich 051 E Delaware Breakwater 14th.
Jalapa 160 8 Ban Pedro 8 PM 12tli.
John Worthlngton 238 8 Hatteras 14th.
Joslali Mary 115 N'E Hatteras 14th.
Kenowte 57 N Jupiter 14th.
l-ako Flournoy 8E Galveston 15th.
Bivnape 306 S Scotlan L V 14th.
Ell mac 25 E Tampion 15th.
Uinw 70 8 Boston I. V 14th.
LurUne 250< W Pnn Francisco S PM 12th.
M F J Hintt 187 SSW Jupiter 14th.
loMw 3 V." Nashawenu B y 14th.
Man c 1,803 W San Franci rn 8 I'M 12 It.
Mat.n cis k 2!K? W Vprtugas 13th.
Mi I t. 7"i V Jupiter 14th.
MHllnocket ?7 SW Hatteras 14th.
Minnowswa 221 B Charleston 14th.
Mobllo City 1.4 10 K can Diego 15th.
STEAMSHIPS. EXCURSIONS and TOriW.
Monterey 158 B S"otland L V IStll.
Montrollte 51 NE (Port Lobes loth.
Mount llerivyn -10" 3 Columbia River 8 PM
12th.
Mono Castle 275 SW Hatter.'is 11th.
Munlnilles 585 S Scotiari<l ?. V 14tJi.
Nantucket 1(3 W Shinnecock lBth.
Nelson 28 N Jupiter HUt.
Nile llllt E Honolulu 8 PM ICtii.
O T Waring off Jupiter 14th.
Oreus 483 SSE Cape San Antonio 8 PM 14th.
Oregonlan 138 E Ambrose 10th.
Pearl Don 180 3 Ambrose L V 18th.
Permsylvanlan 340 E Kaliulul 8 PM 12th.
Pequot lat 38 40. Ion tifl 22 14th.
Philip Pub!!eker 004 8 Hatteras 14tlt
Phoenix Brldfo S*1 8 Cape Romaln 14th.
Pioneer 31 END Tamplco 10th.
Pleiades 332 H Overfalls Ij V 14tli.
Ponee 843 S Scotland D V 14th.
Potomac 110 8 Hatteras 14th.
Rapldan 290 8W Hatteras 14th.
Klcliconcal 75 H Ji.plter 14th.
3 IS Hunt 174 E Tamplco 15th.
Sabluo 8un 272 W Sand Key 14th
Salem County 185 SW Hatteras 14Ui.
San OH 128 8 Hatteras 14th.
San Pablo 240 N Tela 15th.
3an Lorenzo 58 S Scotland I. V 8 F"M 14th.
Santa Ellsa 131 NNE Colon 13th.
Shabonce 1,307 from San FraneLsso 8 PM
12th.
Somerset 14 SW Tortugas 13tli.
Sonoma 1,512 from San Francisco 8 I"* 72th.
Stanley Dollar 1,020 S 3an Francisco 15th.
Steel Ranger 747 S Nantucket L V 14th.
Stockton 1U1 from San Francisco 8 I'M 12th.
Sunoll 225 NJD by iN Hatteras 15th.
Tuna mo 173 S Overfalls L V 14th.
Taormlna lat 40 10. Ion 70 50 5 AM 15th.
Thomas 14 Wheeler 200 W Tortugus 15th.
W C Teagle 38 S Capo Henry l4th.
W H Llbby 228 WNW Tortugas IP'h.
W H Tllford 00 N Jupiter 15th.
W S Miller 922 S Point Wells 8 PM 12th.
Walter A Luckenbach 4tl E Ambrose 10th.
West Catanace 1,008 from Honolulu 8 PM
11 lit.
Wostford lat 34 25. Ion 75 42 14th.
West QuecJiee !K) E Capo Henry 14th.
West lsleta 204 S Los Angeles 8 I'M 12th.
West Norranus 127 S Charleston 15th.
Wllhelmlna 120 W San Francisco 8 PM 12th.
Zoppot 93 -S Hatteras 14th.
PASSED CITY ISLAND.
Bound South.
Tin:* t.a lira _\I KcelST. towing 1 tmvgfS
ia.i 11:15 AM); Boston, towing - tu: - t*M).
(CONTNUT3D ON NEXT PA'JK.)
STEAMSHIPS, EXCLUSIONS and TOCRS.
SEATTLE TO THE ORIENT
NEW AMERICAN TRANS-PACIFIC PASSENGER SERVICE
between SEATTLE and YOKOHAMA, KOBE. SHANGHAI.
HONG KONG and MANILA via the SHORT ROUTE.
No a and palatial I'.S.S.H. liners: ft. long; 21,000 too*
SAILINGS ?
S. Wenatchee, June 18; S.S. Silver State, July9th:
S.S.Keystone State, July 30; S.S. Wenatchee. August 27.
Kares.resorvatioiif.ete..apply any railroad or tourist agent
or Hutch tiallasher.Uen.East.Agt..l7 State St..New \ ork
ADMIRAL LINE
De Luxe Tours
EUROPE
S. S. "Olympic " June 4th
visiting ?
Riviera, Italy, Switzerland, France,
Belgium, Holland, England, Scotland
S. S. "Mauretania*' June 9
v tatting
Switzerland, France, Belgium.
Holland, England, Scotland
No rushing no crowding?every thing
tlrst class using b*?t hotels and sii-ani
,rs Small parties, t arh limited to fifteen.
Send for booklet K-18- "Olympic" Tour,
or K-19?"MauretanlV Totir.
other European Tours
loavlng at (hnuent Intervals.
FRANK TOURIST CO.
489 Fifth Ave. (at 4 2d) New York
(F.stab. 1?75). Telephow Vanderbilt 7390
WHITE STAR
V* LINE
>r\v lurk ? Livet uuul
CELTIC., 12 Noon May 2* Jie. 25 July 113
CUDltIC .18 Noon Juno 11 July u Aug u
BALTIC July II '
New York?Cherbourg?Southampton
APBIATIC. .12 Noon June 1 July 0 Aug. 3
OLYMPIC ." P. M. June 'Jun J." July 15
New York ii nd It ston?Asurea
(.lliraltar. Nuplr* and <>enou
CANOP1C II A. M. June 17
CRKT10 II A. M. July 13
AMERICAN LINE
RED STAR LINE
N. T.. Plymouth, Cherbourg. Antwerp
Kroonland.l'JNoon May 21 Juno 25 July 30
Zrelanil.. 12 Noon June 1 July J Aug. fl
Lapland ..12 Noon June 11 July 1 it Aug.70
Wnland. ..12 Noon June IS July 23 Aug. 27
N.Y.-H'MB'O <?ia CH'ttBTi nfter May 2?>
?MInnek'da. 12Noon May 21 June30 Aug.11
Manchuria 12 Noon June 2 July 14 ???
Mongolia.12 Noon Jun* 10 July 2H ?
?To Hamburg direct.
N. Y? tlninbiirg. I.lhau, ts^ug,
Poland (3rd Class Oniy) ...May 20
All r-ailinm under daylight *ru ir.g (line.
International Mercantile Marine Co.,
lid STEAMERS?1,250,000 TONS
? Broadway. N. Y., or Loral Agenta.
m
CU NARD
ANCHOR
?
Faiienger and Freight Services.
Front Siew lork
CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON
'.piiinin.i May 21 June 14 July 5
Mauretanla lunr II July 14 Aug. 0
i.rrrugarlll June M Aug. IN Sept. 22
LIVERPOOL
(unn.iniu >l:ty 17 June 15 July M
Carouin .June I July 2 July 31
Alhiiiilu (new) .......June 7 July 12 Aug. 21
iBIgrrta June 25 a? ?
PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG A HAMBURG.
ttaaunla lune tf July 31 Aug. 3#
LONDONDERRY AND OT.ASOOW
Camernnla (new). . June I July 3 July 30
Columbia (line IN July 111 Aug. 13
VIGO, C5TBRALTAR, PATRAB, Dt'BL >V
NIK, TRIESTE AND 1TU1H4
Cainbrin May 30 ?
HAVANA. OORITNNA. GIBRALTAR,
PATRAS, DUBROVNIK, TRIESTE. FIUMB.
Pannoola Jnnr 4 - - ??
BOSTON TO LIVERPOOL
Caatalla May 21 ? - ?
Canard and Anrhar Slram Ship IJnea.
23 Broadway. New York.
0
TTOMAN
A
MER1CA
LINE
Short and direct Route td
Constantinople (Turkey)
Varnla (Bulgaria)
Constanza (Roumania)
By Fast Express
S.S. GuI-DJemal
(formerly N S. Orrmattic)
Sailing from New York
Wednesday, May 25
l imt and Third Cla*.
Cor rnte?. plans, rtr.. apply
C. B. RICHARD A CO.
2P'Broadway How York
Or Any Local Agent
U. S.MAIL
L IN E
Servien
NEW YORK TO EUROPE
i Dilutes from rier 74. 3iUt St.. A'. II
Pl.TMOl'TH?CHKllHOCRG?BREMEN
AMERICA: June 22?July 23?Aug. 21
GEORGE WASHINGTON:
July 30?Aug. 27?Sept. 21
PI TMOl'TH? BOfLOONK- LONDON
Vfir?Luxurious ?( omfurtablc.
PANHANDLE STATE
May 24-June 28-Aug. 2
OLp NORTH STATE: June 7-Ju!yl2-Aug. lb
RKF..MI.A IHN/I<
, HUDSON: May 28-July 13-Aug. 30
SUSQUEHANNA: June 8-July 23-Sept. 7
POTOMAC: (Ex-Antigone)
June 15?July 28-Sept. 14
t NV M TfUCK?ltOSTON-NAIT.IW?ctKNOA
POCAHONTAS: May 21-Junc 30-Aug. 13
?PRINCESS MATOIKA:
June 8-July 20-Aug. 31
i 'Does not call at Porton, Eastliound.
1 U. S MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S 4a BBOAPWAV. 1200 Whitehall.
FRENCH LINE
NEW YORK?HAVRE?PARIS
New Quadruple Screw Oil Burner,
j OA DIC 33,700 Tens
/ a AIXIO 4.7,000 llur**vpower
June 23, July 27, Aug. 17
LA SAAOlli Muy -I June IH July II
CHICAGO Mny 21 June 25 Jul* 38
I.A LORRAINE May IS July 0 Aug. >1
l.AFAVKTTK lune 4 July 2 An*. It
I.A TIM KAJNK lune 7 July M An*. 2"
I ICAM E June ft July 7 Aug. 4
icotllAMItKAl June 18 July S3 Au*. S7
I.A -4AVOIK lime 18 July 11 An*. 1 l
rim AliO . . June 2.7 Jul* 111 Sept. 7
HAVHK? H.AMIURG '
NIAGARA Inly |H Sept. 3 Nov. 3
NKAA" YORK?VIOO?HAVllf
WlfSSII.TIHI lune 4 .
COWANn OFFICE 1ft STATF ST N. T.
ITALIAN LI NEC
? N AVIOtAZ IONE OINCUALI ITALIAN A w M
P TR ANftOCBANICA
SAILINGS FOR NAPLES AND GENOA
Iltiea (braml ..May 1ft An*. It Sept. 20
San (>in\mini ll'alernin A Nopb-ai.
May 21 July ft
Hunt Aosta May 28 July 211 Sept. I
Caterta ... June 7 I'nloaelnnn. Inly 7
Sun Giorgio (Palermo A Naples)
June II .Inly 23
America June 22 Taortulna June JO
IT A I.I A AMKIIK A. INC.. 1 State St.. V. V.
E U ROPE
AND
SOUTH AMERICA
Regular Sailing*
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO
THF. PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO
SANDERSON A SON. Agt*.. 2? B'y. N. Y.
OR ANY BTKA.MSI 111' 1 tOygf AGENT.
AMERICAN HTORAOB CO.-Store your fur
niture, AG per month p? r vanload; parkin*,
alilppln*; moderate rate*. AMERICAN
STORAGE ( P.. .217 W. (Iftth St. Col. 2107
HOLLAND-AMERICA l.INK.
New York to Rotterdam.
General Passenger Offices. 24 Slat* St.. N.T.
t osi | n || (Trleete) LINE
Naples, I'ntrua, Dubmvnlk nn?l Trieste.
Pill Irs BROS, k in a.. 17 Rattery W.
OR \< K I IN|".
PANAMA CANAIr?I'KRC?CHI 1,11.
| W. R. <?> i" At", tut- Hannyer ??,, , v y.
St ANDINAAIAN AMERICAN LINK
DENMARK - NORWAY - SWEDEN.
I ra*"en?er Offiee. 27 Whitehall St.. N. T.
. EGYPT-INDIA. American 4- Indian Line.
Port Paid. Honibay. Colombo, Rangoon, Cal
cutta Norton i Illy t <4R R ?? ei ?t . M. T?
At.HI I ine? Steamship Serrlre I orlda, the
Carolina'. Cuba. Tcvn*, California, Moileo,
Porto Rlc-o. Hnnto T>omlngo. Apply 4Bft 7th A-.-.
Til SPAIN ? < mnpanln Trnstiiedlterranea.
Monthly freight Service. II W Moore s?.
Frequent Snllln*a to So. Amerbnn Port*.
Mun'oo stenni'llip line*. Hull
Fabre Lin# to M'dlterranean Porta.
Office. 17 Stat# St.. New Turk
SPANISH ROY A I. MMI I INK.
It IS I.LANSO. Agent Pier 8. E. H.
N. Y. direct to GOT ii|.Mill KG. SWEDEN.
SWEDISH A ME It II \v I INI I Stale St,
SOI III AMI.Kit A.
Lamport It Holt l.lne, 42 Itroudway.
Norwegian American I.inc. Norway, dwe
ll en, Denmark Office 8-10 Brldgo M.
Jnpnn and the Orient. Nippon Au*en KidAe,
l?ft R'wny, N. A freight arid Passenger.
Montrenl or tpiehec to Rnrope, Can. Pa
elflr Orruo Serrlre. Ltd.. 1231 Rronrtw-iy.
Ill .RAH l? A?Ideal slimmer Aueutiou leur*.
Fnrwea* Rerwinda l.lne. 34 Whihslmll si n.a.
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sot TH AMERICA.
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