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SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THa WORLD
THE MAURETANIA EQUAL TO OLD SPEED With the Aquittuiia and Beren jfaria Fonts Fastest Ocean Serviee Known. Nptfial C?M. to Tub N*w \hrk Hnuuh t'opi/riphl, iftt, 6v The Nbw >okk Hkhaux sot . ,1 vsiitos, Kng, March 13.-?The - teamship Mauretania arrived to-day utter a trip through th< North Sea from the Kiver Tyne. ("apt. Kuntron. Cunarl 1'ne officials ami guests on board said ti at the trip had proved that the ttftevn jear-old vfK? I, now an oil burner, can defenj handily tin blue ribbon she holds ?or ipcrd arrow the Atlantic If > wr ?halle- i il Though alio r an on only half Iter boll, r impact: y aha logged better than eighteen knots, Indicating th.it under full |H>wer she easily could < x <-ed the twenty-six or twenty-seven I.not* which enabled her to hang up i he noord of . crossing In four days, ten Jioura and fifty minute*. "The ship la eminently aatlsfaetory." miM Sir Thomas Roydon. chairman of the Cunard lJne. "Much a* the pasaenger accommodation haa l>< en 1m 1.roved, all the old beantie of the pub ' e rooms have beon preserved?rooms v lilch would b>' Impossible to duplicate nowadays?and when the Mauretania joins the Aqultanla in the express ser vice, Saturday a week, and then the Merengaria. my trio will constitute the taateat ocean service ever known.'' Officiala say there is no likelihood of the Mauretania going back on ft four or Jive day schedule in these days of higher fuel costs; but with all three of rhe big ships oilers, enabling rapid art outs. It means a seven day ship -very ten days, with the Mauretania . pftble of prodigies of speed if ever ; becomes n ceaaaxy for her to make tlnr to arrive on schedule. The ship docked at Southampton to have the torn scraped. She will sail a week Saturday for New York. ? BOARD BUYERS PREPARE TO SETTLE Prices of Vessels Tentatively Agreed To. Tentative settlements have been reached with four or five of the "pioneer purchasers" of Shipping Board vessels, Harry S. Kimball, vice-president of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, said yes terday. He added that It would not be wise to reveal their names, In view of the banking arrangements that will re main to be carried out. In some cases the settlement was reached through an agreement by the purchaser to take additional tonnage at low prices, anr* thus bring down the average of the prices that he contracted to pay when tonnage values were at the svar Mme peak. In other cases arrange ments were made presumably Involving the sale by the Shl-plng Board of the mo> gages held to cover the unsettled balances of the purchase prices. Representatives of betweer fifty and vixty of the fjioneer purchasers have been seen by Mr. Kimball since the an nouncement, three weeks ago, of the bourd's relief policy. Mr. Kimball said "hat In view of the large nnmber of CP*** 'o be considered, the progress so far made could be considered satisfactory. Tn a major portion of the oases only the Preliminary ground has been covered SUBSIDY BILL HOSTILITY BLAMED ON FOREIGNERS ^ I" Marvin Answers Plea Gompers and Furuseth. The announced opposition of Samuel Oompers and Andrew Furuseth. head of he International Seamen's Union, to -h' --oposed subsidy bill was the occasion for a statement yesterday by V inthrop Marvin, vice-president and general ?manager of the American Steamship Owners Association, which ascribed the tcwtlllty to foreign Influence In the rank* ?f the labor organization. .. *;Mr- 1F'u,r?-eth has admitted to me onl.v 16 t>er cent, of his members ire American citizens," said Mr. Mar vin. "ft fs easy to see, therefore, whv he would oppose legislation which wouiil avor American seamen by enrolling ' ,n the "aval reserve and paving t"?m accordingly. The plea of Gctnpers and Furuseth that this provision would permit the navy to order the men Into service In the event of a *trik. is entirely specious. Th* National OOnrd Is not subject to a call of this sort, and naval reservists enrolled at the time of the shipping strike a vear aca were not called Into aervlce " The ship owners. Mr Marvin said, are mainly satisfl-d ,-1th the hill, and then) I"9""1 Hk?:o.ood of an agreement ln ,h<> Provisions. Ithough Individual members of the as sociation may prefer such request* FORCED TO SAIL 6.000 MILES. Tw? Trips Arran Ocean to r.rt Into (Inrrnilnnn, Two Involuntary voyagers from Liver pool arrived yesterday hv the White ?>tar liner Baltic and. hein* aliens wer. not permitted to land by the ImmiKra lon authorities. They are John R Fer u*>n. superintendent engineer of the unnrd line, who was on his way to '.ueenstown, and the Mersey pilot, J Wfl"n ,hR ]fic sr. Mvea off Queenstown a heavy swell made It hazardous to attempt to enter ork harbor so the Baltic kept rlpht on to New York. Mr. Ferguson said he would land at Queens town, weather permitting from hL v U"r neXt ""'f , n"t- ""<1 then will have traveled about fi.Ort) mil<-?? Instead of a few hundred miles. SEEKS TARPON. GETS LIZARD. rapt. Ronarae Also Han Thrills Reaenlnc Ills Wife. jIo,?n Ronayne, Sandy Hook totL r10.?k" ,akln* " vacation ,irJ V ,rlbbfan nn'1 nt Colon with his Vrut't ^n ir i by the United illh L " "nl'1 h" ^rpnn ? Ishlng at Colon uninteresting. but that f-W fhr||l? f|flh|ng fot. h|? wlff) vho twice fell Into ,h(. WatPr whl|(; ? piping him find out that ho could not <mtch any tarpon. . T!'f p'lotf A?"oc|fltlon of Colon gave to the Captain a five f -ot Igu ina. big gest of tropical lizards. and esteemed a delicacy by Central Americans. He Is not going to eat the igunna, which ?astes much like chlrkon, hut will train vt to bunt monjultoes this summer. notrniiToN out* DRottRR, roroirKKRrsiE, March 1#. -Alsnson n Houghton. American Ambas* .t(,r t<> Germany, received the dgr if Doctor of Unn st St. Stephen's College. Annan dale on Hudson, to-day. l?r Caleb p Stetson, rector of Trinity Church. New Vork .got the degree of Doctor of Dlv In Itjr. The degrees were conferred by Dr. Barnard Tddlngs Hetj, president of the fl?He?e. CLOSING OF MAILS Foreign mailt will close promptly as Indicated below at the Oeneral Post Office and Ctty Hall Station. Ordinary print*, samples, parcel post packages and registered artlles el": e two hours earlier, except that registered articles have to be mailed between the hours of s AM and 1- I'M. At tin foreign Station icorner of Morton and West streets) foreign mall clou i half nn hour later than ut the General Post Office and City Hall Station, supplementary mall close, . t the General Post Office and City Hall Htatlon, where double po ta ?? li required ST'PPl.KMKNTARY MAIL (double postage required) closaa at the Ion Ign Station half an hour later than the supplementary closing time shown below, except that ipphmentary mail for European countries and for Central America, &c, via CrUto lial, I" s one hour later Whenever mall vessels sail between the hours of !? AM and 6 i M a upplenimtary mall post office on the iteamshlp pier Is open to the public tVi hours bet'ur. tl..- scheduled *allint; time and closes lo minutes before the scheduled railing time. I>ouhii postage reiiulred. The steamers for which supplementary mall is accepted on the p.ei' at time of sailing are shown below by a dagger t.' > following time of closing of mall. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. Trr>l?\v. MARCH 14. lit. t Britain, Ireland, South Africa. ??Ira ii:ul Oupe Verde Inland- (other | countries must be specially addressed), via Qui. imowii, Plymouth and Cherbourg: also c!\(, p >t malls for Urea Britain. Ireland. ? ratii-i and the countries mentioned In notes A a i B below, via Plymouth and Clier 11 OL.1-) NORTH STATK, 7 AM (eup 9 AM ti W HDNKSD.VY, MAflCH 15 -t\ II (specially addressed only) via Cadlc mid llai . !una. also parcel pout ma.la for Spain. Canary Islands, Ceuta, Mtlilla and r. -?? r In Morocco, str LEON XIII. ?i:o0 AM. ? rniany (specially iddmied only) via Dretnen; also panel po t malls for Ger jt.iii), Austria, Cxechu-Slovakla, Hungary il Si' tzi rland, str HANNOVEK 7 :30 AM. Europe. \trlca and Went Asia (> * ept pilnt.s for Great Britain, Ireland, South M i, Mad) Ira ami Cap? Verdt I lands) . u Havre also parcel po?t mails foi France 4 nil thi other countriofl mentioned in note B below, sir PARIS, 8:30 AM (sup U:30 AM t). Senegal and Gambia (Canary Islanl* and , other parts of West Africa must be spe ? 1 * 11 > addressed) via Tvnertffe. I?akar, Bath er t. Hlssao, Conakry, Freetown, Cape Paimas, Grand Baasam, Axlm, Seccondee and Accra: a!.?n parcel post malls for Santa I'm/ de Tcnerlffe, Oftdt* and Liberia, utr Ii(INNV. !> A.M. Portugal (Italy mta-i be specially ad dressed i via Lisbon. Palermo and Naples; al*o parcel post mails for Portugal and Italy, str BltAGA, 10:30 AM. Portugal iftai.v must be specially ad dressed) via J.l.sbon. Palermo and Naples; | by rail to Provldonce, HI, and thence by str URAGA, S P.M. THURSDAY. MARCH 16. South Africa (specially addressed only) via ('ape Town; also parcel post malls for Union of South Africa. Bechuanaland Pro tectorate. Portuguese Hast Africa, Northern and Southern Khodesla and Southwest Af rli a Protectorate, ?tr YORK CASTLE, ! 12 M. Turkey and Rumania (specially addressed ! only), via Constantinople and Corvstanza; also parcel pas! mails for Rumania, str j 9AUOUS. M:30 AM. G? rmany (.specially addressed only), via Hamburg: al-o parcel post malls for Ger i many, Austria. Czecho-Siovakla. Hungary and Switzerland, str SCHOHARIE, 1 PM. MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CEN TRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES, &C. TI KSDAY. MARCH 14. North Brazil, lqultos, Maceio and Cabedello (other part.s of Brazil must be ?pectally ad ! dressed), via Para, Ctara, Maceio, Pernam buco, Cabedello, Natal and Parnahyba, str POLYCARP, II AM. Mexico (specially addres.su?l only), via Vera CruK and Tamplco: also parcel post malls for (he Mexican States of Chiapas, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Mexico, Morelos, Oa.vai a, Puebla, Tlaxcala and Vera Cruz, str MUN PI.ACE, 12 M. Hahanias (including Inagua ami Fortune islands), via Nassau, str MUNARGO, 12 M. Newfoundland, via St Johns, sir ROSA LIND. 7:.'!0 AM. North Brazil. Iqultos, Maceio and Cabe dello (oilier parts of Brazil must be spe : ciaily a ltd reused), via Para, Ceara, Maceio, Pernambuco, Cabedello, Natal and Parna livha (registered mail closes 8 PM, Mar< h 14), by rail to Norfolk. Va, and thence by str POLYCARI, 5 PM. WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS Canal Zone, Panama, Nicaragua (except East Coast). A ma pal a City, Choluteca, Cauia and Narlno dtptrtm^Mi of Colombia. I' uador, Peru (except Iqultos), Bolivia and Chut' (I. tier mail only), via Cristobal, by rull to Philadelphia, Ha. and thence by str R1 CAR F LUCKENRACH, ? AM. Bermuda via Hamilton, str FORT HAM ILTON 7 :S<i AM. Jamaica. < orta Rica, Canal Zone, Pan ama. Salvador (prints, Ac>, Nicaragua lex cept East Coast), Amapala City, Choluteca (also prints, .v.-, for Nucaome. Tegu Igalpa and Yuna ran) In Honduras. Colombia and E.uador iothir parts of Honduras and lot* trr mail for Salvador must be specialty ad dressed) via Kingston, Cristobal, Cartagena, 3a vanilla and Santa Marta, str SANTA MARTA, 8 AM (.-up 9 AM t). Porto Itlco (ordinary mall unly) vln San Juan, str BEATRICE, 11 AM (sup 12 M t). Till KSDAV, MARCH 16. Grenada. St Vincent, Trinidad, Cludad Bolivar and Guiana, via Grenada. Trinidad and Georgetown, str MARAVAL, 8 AM Yucatan and Campeche (Cuba and other parts of Mexico min be specially addr ssed), via Havana, Pro-reso, Vera Cruz and Tain plco; al.^o parcel post malls for the Mexican States of Campecbe, Chiapas, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Mexico, Morelos, Oaxaca. Puebla. Tlaxcala, Vera Cruz and Yucatan, sir MEXICO, 8:3(1 AM 1. South Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and ? I Uruguay, via Rio Janeiro, Montevideo ami Buenos Aires, str SOUTHERN CROSS, 11:30 AM +. i Turks Island and Dominican Republic. via : Turks Island, Monte Christ!. Puerto Plata, Samana, Sanchez, La Romana, San Pedro de Mai oris, San Domingo City, Azua. and Bara hona, atr HARRIET, 12 M. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Close at New York at 3 PM as follows: Hawaii (t) via San Francisco, str MAT SON 1 A, March 17. Japan. Corea. China, Siberia, French Indo Chlna, Netherlands East Indies (except Su matra) and Philippine Island* (t) via Van couver and Victoria. HC; also parcel post malls for Shanghai City, str EMPRESS OF RUSSIA, March 18 (?). Japan, Corea and China (specially ad dressed onh ) via Seattle, str MANILA MARU, March 19. Japan, Corea and Siberia via Seattle; also parcel post malls for Japan and Corea. str FI'SHIMA MAltU, March 19. Hawaii (t). Japan, CoreH, China (except Hong Kong), Siberia and Philippine Island* ($) via San Francisco; rtlso parcel post malls for Japan. Corea, China (except Hong Kong), str GOLDEN STATE, March 20. Tahiti, Marquesas, Cook Island*, New Zealand and Australia via San Francisco; also parcel post malls for Society Islands, Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia, str MARAMA. March 31. ?Ordinary (unregistered) letters mailed up to ."> PM the. next day will, provided there la no delay In the overland transit, reach Seattle In time for connection witb tbe steamer mentioned. tSupplementary mall accepted on pier. tAll classes of mall, lncludlnK domestic parcel post, sent to Hawaii, Guam and Philippine Islands by the above dispatches. Mails of the following dates, Shanghai Feb 13, Kobe 2:Sd, Yokohama 24th. which arrived per str Fushima Maru, were dispatched . act from Seattle on March 9 and are due In New York on the morning of Tuesday, March 14. Malls of the following dates, Manila Feb 14. ilong Kong 18th, Shanghai 21st, Moukden j 23d, Kobe 27th and Yokohama 28th. which < arrived per str Keystone State, were dls i patched east from Seattle on March 10 and | arc due in New York on the morning of Wednesday, March IS. NOTK A?PARCEL POST MAILS VIA ENGLAND ? To Abyssinia. Aden (including Perim(, Afghanistan i Kabul). Accent Ion. Bechuanaland (British), Belgian Congo (Katanga Province only). British Central Africa (Nyasaland Protectorate). British India. British ??-"malllaml, Qameroons (British), Cape Verde Islands, Ceylon, Cyprus, Egypt, Egyptian Sudan, Falkland Islands. French India (specially addressed). Gambia, Gold Coast Colony, Kenya and Uganda, I.aliuan, Macao (China), Madeira, Malta. Mauritius, Mesopotamia, New Hebrides (Including the Banks anil Torres Islands), Nigeria, Nyasaland Protectorate, Palestine, IVrriba, Persia, Portuguese India, Portuguese Timor, Portuguese West Africa, Russia In Europe. except Ukraine; Russia In Asia, except Turkestan, St Helena, Santa Cruz Islands, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Smyrna, Tanganyika Territory, Tibet, Tbgoland (British), and Zanzibar. NOTE B?PARCEL POST MAILS > 1% FRANCE ? To Algeria. Canu-roun, Corsica, Dahomey, French Outnea, French establishments In India. French Indo-China lAnuam, '"atnbodla, Cochln-Chlna, Laos and Tonkin), French Post Offices In China, French Somall Innd, French Soudan (Upper Senegal, Niger and Upper Volta). Gabon, Ivory Coast, Mada ?n>f?r ami dependencies (Madagascar. Ste Marie de Madagascar, Nosslbe, Comoro Islands, Mayotts, Gde Comoro. Anjouan and Mohell), Mauritania, Middle (French) Congo, Monaco, Morocco (except Spanish). New Caledonia and dependencies, Niger Territory, Reunion, Senegal, Togoland (French), Syria (French), (Beyrouth, Damascus, Aleppo and the West I ern and Eastern Zone), Tunis, Turkey (Constantinople and Brusa). DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS. SAIL WEDNESDAY. Maryland. Bordeaux ? Paris, Havre Noon Santa Marta, Santa Marta, 4c.... 11:00 AM SAIL TDI RSDAV. Apache. Jacksonville Noon City of Columbia", Snvannah 3-00 I'M Harriet, Monte Chrlstl, Ac 8:00 PM Mat-aval, Trinidad, 4c Noon Mexico, Hfevana. 4c 11:00 AM Saugus, Constantinople, 4c Noon Srhoharle, Hamburg PM Southe rn Cross, Buenos Aires 8:00 PM York Castle, Cap? Town, 4c ?? KAIL TI ESDAY. Munargo, Nassau 3:00 PM Munplace, Vera Cruz, 4c 3:00 PM Old North State, Queenstown, Plymouth, 4c ? Pi.lyearp, Para, 4e Noon 1 I Rosalind, St .lohns. NF 10:30 AM SAIL WEDNESDAY. Reatrlce, Kingston, 4c ? Bonny, Dakar. Ac liraga. Marseilles ?? Fort Hamilton, Bermuda 11 :00 AM Hannover, Bremen 11:00 AM PORT OF NEW YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922 Steamer* Due in New York. IM r. TPKSDAY. MARCH 14. Steamer. From. Agents. Apache, Jacksonville 11th Clyde PS Co A'lsntlc, Immln?tiam 23d Furnens-Wlthy Bankdale, PiltnKW 2let Elwcll & Co ""'apt Maurice Eugene. Gibraltar lltii. Three Star Line City of Cnlumbus, Savannah 11th, Ocean SS Co City of Frceport. Avonmouth 24th, Norton-Lilly flan Kennedy. Algiers 27th... .Barber SS Co Cornish City. Shield* llth U S SI* Dakartan, Liverpool 25th.. I M M Imnilrennan, (SlhrnltBr 23il. .. .Bvport SS Co El Ocd.le e. Galveston 8th Southern Pac Kid-ly. Uarl Feb 8 Phelps Bros Finland. Southampton 3d Red Star Line Gen <| H Enwt. Colon 4th Panama Kit Indian Arrow, Rotterdam 21st S O Co Maiinlyk, Rotterdam 18th Holland-Am M ntauk, London 2"ith I M M Montserrat, Cadiz 2d Spanish Line Panama, Port au Prince 10th.. .Panama KK Simta Ito, alia. London 23th Norton-Lilly Slipne, Gibraltar lflth Three Star Si.l. mlor. Sav.ina 22d R t H???? Trlnculo, Southampton 27th R L Hague Varduila, Londoti 1 li .....Cunard Line Vnrg. c.uan'anamo Tth Caribbean SS Co Virgil, I'arahyba 15th Lamport * Holt Westerdyk Rotterdam 28th.... Holland-Am III K \\K1I\?1IAY. MARC H IB. \ yria. Glasgow 2d Cunard Lino Knsti rn Lender, Hull 2fith.. .1 II Winchester Granfoe, Cristobal Ith Caribbean PS Co Gulan.i, SI !<*:!* ??li Furne.** Withy Hmerford, Hamburg 3d American Line Me antle, San .loan I nth... .White S'ar Line M i !? mtaii, Liverpool 2d United Am Nl kerb, Laguayra 7th Fun h B ivo North American. < il.-tobal 0th..Am r Metals Orizaba, Havana 11th Ward Lino Patrla. Naples 1st Fabre Line Storm King, Rotterdam 20th.Black Diamond 111 K Till RHDAV, MARCH 1?. Araguaya, Bermuda 14th .Royal Mall Comandie. Jacksonville 13th Clyde Line Constantinople. Palermo 2Sth Orepk Line Inillas, Hamburg 1 l?th Kerr 88 Co Ft Vletorla, H< rmuda Hth.Fumes*-llermuda Fmnetseo, I full 1st Ellerman's I fella*, Turk* I*l?nd 9th. ..Columbus SS Co Potomac, Bremen l*t .IT S Lines Slei 1 Age. Onion Ith lathmlar! Lines Turrlalha, Kingston llth United Fruit Almanac for New York March 14. sun rise* fl 12 Moon rlsse.. (1 .14 PM Hun pets 0 '>0 Moon seta... fl 08 AM TIME "I- HIGH WATER MARCH 14. Sandy Hook 7 2? AM 7 TA PM Governors I land 7 .*>3 AM >? 21 PM Hell ilatM (Astoria),.. !l 43 AM 10 II I'M Tin time given In the above table l.? Ea.it ? rn standard time and Is furnished by the Cn1l 'I Htaf?* Coast and Geodetic Survey. DROPPING OF TIME BALL. NEW YORK, March IS-The time ball ?'? ?< ?? the Nrivl atlon and Marine Eng n*er ng H lv.nl of the Seamen's Church In* l ute, 23 Si nth I'reet. itrofipeil to-day at enact noon, 7"dh rn |i fan, or n hour* of Grrenwlnh mi an time. \ny one desiring Correct Green v i "i mean time telephone Bowling Green 86110. ARRIVED. Str Baltic (Br), Liverpool March t to the Whit. H nr 1,1 tie with 130 fir t, 223 ee .. .1 cabin imd 173 third cla'-s pa.*oen>rers, mall* an i irn! i "'iN'f r?t to pl'r flO, North B'ver >'r(> ir II (Dan), Copenhagen ad '"lirls tlmtia, to Funch. Edys A Co., with ra ?ni \ malls and Wda?. Anchored In Uuaran tlne, r Hionover 'Oer, new. 4,425 toll*), I! m-n Feb 23, to the North German Lloyd *' amehlp Co, with SI cabin and 20 third ils'<e p? 'oengera, mails and mdsa. Wont o '?mi of dth st'net. I'oboken. Str Eastern Tempest, Cork Feb 4, Dublin i 10th and Belfast 17th. to Moore A McCor mu k. with mdse. Went to foot of 18th ; ?treet, Kaxt River. Str I.e panto (Br), Liverpool Keb 16, to the Bllerman'a-Wilson Line, In ballast. Went to ; foot of 7th street, Hoboken. Str Valada (Br), London Kab 25, to th? Cunard Steamship Co, Ltd, with rndan. Went to pier M, Nortli River. St.- Klng City (ltr), I^ndon. to the U 8 Navigation Co, with mdN. Str Exeter City (Br). Bristol, to Chas Hill ; & Hon, with mdio. Str Malmen irfw), Gothenburg Keb 8 and 1 Immlngham 15th. to Furness, Withy * Co, with mdse. Went to pier 4, Bush Docks, i Brooklyn. Str Blair, Alexandria Feb 11 and Boston March 11, to the Export Steamship Co. with indse. Wont to foot of India street, Brook lyn. Btr Tohoa Maru (Jan), Kobe Dec 18. Hong Kong Jan 2. Shanghai 10th, Yokohama 22it. San Francisco Keb 17 ami Cristobal Marrh :i. to Houlrter, Weir A- Iloyd, with mdse. I Went to pier 20. Clifton, 81. Str VwrU (Br), Buenoa Aire* Keb 20, , Montevideo '-'N', Rio Janeiro 25th, Trinidad March ii and Barbados 7tli, to the Lamport ' ?v Holt 1.1ne, with 102 passengers, malls and' mdse. Wc nt to pier 15, Hoboken. Str Jcthou (Nor), Buenos A tree Jan 24, Rln Janeiro F< h fi, Barbados 21st and Baltl more March II, to the Kerr Steamship Co, : Inc. with inline. Went to New York Dock Co's p:. r 'J(i, Brooklyn. Str Dominie (Br), l'ara and Manao?. to the Booth Line, with passengers nnd mdse. Anchored In Quarantine Htr Hagua. Ponce Marrh 2, Mayaguoi 3d, Aguadllla I'll nnd San Juan 7th, to the 1 Atlantic Frmt Co, with fl passengers and nid.-?. Went to pier 7, North Rl\er. Htr Maraoaltio, Mararalbo, Mayagitez, to Bite*, Dallett A Co, "1th jiassengsra, malls and milse. Str Clare, Ponce Keh 27, Acuadllla 28th,] Ari'i Ibo March 1, San Juan 2d and Maya Kiwi! 6th, to the Bull-Insular Line, with rndso. Went to Ne# York Dock Co'a pier '.'7, Brooklyn. Str Porto Hleo, Pan Juan March S, Pone* 5th, Mayagtn* nth and Areclbo 8th, to the New York and Porto Rico Steamship Co, with 1)7 passengers, malls and mdse. Went t" New York Dock Co'a pier 35, Brooklyn. Str Beatrice, San Juan via Philadelphia, to A H Bull A Co. Went to New York Dork Co'a pier -7, Brooklyn. | Sti* Jo. epii M Cudahy, Tampleo. Str B T Bedford, Tampleo Marrh 4 and i Lohos sith, to Robert L Hague, with crude I oil. Anchored off Tompkinsvllle. Htr Toloa (Br), Cristobal March 4, Por' Union 'ith and flavann 10th. to the United | Krult Co, with 131 passengers, malls and mdse. Went to pier 15, Baft River Htr Mexico, Tampleo March 1, Vera Crtia 4th. Progreao 8th and Havana 10th, to the New York and Cuha Mall Steamship Co, with H>7 passenger*, malls and nvl?e Went to New Vork Dock Co's pier 13, North Hit er. Str W L Steed, Tampleo, to tlie Fan Anierli nn Petroleum and Transport Co, with ! crude oil. Str Norfolk, Manranlllo. to the New York nnd Cuba Mall St( SBIShlp Co, with mdse. Went to New tork Dock Co's pier 17, nrooklyn. Str Of Ion (Nor), Sagua Marrh 2 and Mat lei 7th. to the West India Steamship < o, with hi nr. Went to elevator slip, Erie Bn in, Brooklyn. Str Eld'volil (Nor), Sagua Marrh 4 and Havana 7thj to the Muneon Steamship Lin.', with .suaar. Anchored off Liberty H'r St Mary (Br), Santiago Feb 28. Ouan tanamo March 1, Tannmo 5th, ('snanrva Nth and Baracoa 0th, to the Attantie Fruit Co, MAI.K OK WANTRn. ! OR SALE ?120 ft. steam frelrht boat, 200 frin*. ? '? In draft Jl.-i.onn M INTOHII AOICNCY, It Broadway. Bowling Orenn 78".7 MKPC1IA NT marine men e-an'ed; earn |4S J .. 10" ? eekly. Room 108. IS} Nassau St. with 5 passenger* and muse. Went to pier 20, Bast River. Str Fort Hamilton (Br), Bermuda March 11, to the Furnesa-Bermuda Line, wl h ISM passengers, malle and nidBe. Went to pier 915, North Klver. Str Minima, New Orleans, to the Southern Pacific Co, with passenger* and mdt>e. Went j to pier 49, North River. Str Alio, Baton Rouse, to the Standard Oil Co of New York, with crude oil. Str Lake Stirling, Richmond, to the Rich mond and New York Steamship Co, with milse. Went to pier JO, North River. Str Pawnee, Baltimore, to the Civile Steamship Co. with milse. Went to pier 41, North River. Str Wtat Lasliauay, Baltimore, to C D Mai lory A; Co, with mdae, Went to pier 3, Army Base, Brooklyn. Sir Schoharie, Philadelphia. to the Kerr Steamship Co, with mdae. Went to foot of . "i7th street, Brooklyn. Str Fordonlan. Philadelphia, to McDonnell i & Tru in. Anchored off Liberty. Str BuchannuM (Br), Philadelphia, to the I S Navigation Co. Str Texas, Providence, to the Texas Co. | Went to Kobltw's dry dock, Brooklyn. St i Harvester, Newport, RI. Schr Gamble, Colon, to master. Anchored ; off Rcil Hook. Tug ' iermantown, toning 3 barges. Tug Atkins Hughes, towing 1 barge. WIRELESS REPORTS. Str Weaterdyk (Dutch), Rotterdam for New York, la expected to arrive In Quaian tlne at 0 AM Tuesday. Str Blnnendyk (Dutch), New York for Rot terdam, ?aa 700 miles E of Ambro e llgiit- j ?iiip at noon Saturday. Str l'atrla (Kr), Naples, &r. for New York, Us expected to dock at foot of .ilat street, Brooklyn, about 10 AM V One 'ay. Str Finland, Antwerp for New York, la ex pected to doek at pier 61, Nortii River, foot of West 2ist street, Tuesday afternoon. Str Atteyrla (Br), Glasgow, &c, for New York, Is expected to dock at pier .V4. North Klver, foot of West 19th street, late Wednes day or early Thursday. Str Oscar II (Dan), Copenhagen, Ac, for New York, l? expected to dock ni foot of 17tlt atreet, lloboken, about 9:30 AM Tuea I llay Str Potomac, Bremen for New York, will probably arrive Thurwday. Str Panama, Cristobal, Ac, for New York, l.s expected to dock at pier 07, North River, foot of West 27th street, Tuesday afternoon. Str Scythian (Br), from London, was "80 miles K of Boston at 10 AM Monday. Str Orinoco, Buenos Aires, 4-c, for Boston, was 320 miloH E of Boston at noon Sunday. By independent Wireless Telegraph Company, Inc. I Distance* t.'Iven in miles; position at noon, unless otherwise specified.] Apache 32." S Scotland L V 13th. 1'. rclitra due New York 11 AM 1-lth. Buchann<*i3 <iue New York morning 14th. Centennial State 480 W Qucenstown 12th. City of Weatherford 270 E Diamond Shoal 13th. Povolente 2.0."'2 W San Miguel 13th. I'ochet 200 SE Ambrose I, V 13th. Eastern I.eader 683 E Delaware Breakwater 13th. Essex arrives New York morning 14th. Federal 100 SE Cape San Antonio 12th. Finland 886 E Ambrose L V 11 AM l.'ith. Humpden 88 WSW Nantucket L V 12th. He'.en 282 S Scotland L V 13th. Hilton 863 N San Juan 13th. Huron 81*6 S Scotland I- V 13th. J H Gordon 818 SE Hatteras 13th. Lake Fannin 1J S Scotland L. V 13th. I.ake C.llboa -lift 3 S-i 'aad L V 13th. Mary 268 S Scotland !? V 13th. McKeesport .".HO E i apt May 13th. Moi rlmaick pa* s If 1 Klr< Island 13th. Mir.n. klmdJi 1 .."0*1 E Atnbroee L V 12th. Montauk TOO E Ambrose 1. V IS'h. Orizaba paused Diamond Shoal 13th. Punama 386 S Ambrose L V It AM 13th. I'litrla 650 E Ambrose L V 13ltl. l.'iil; tronck 780 E Hole In Wall 13th. Pi bin (Jray due Balboa 7 AM 13th. Sanation La*.* lat -7 20. loti 44 20 13t'n. .S. attle Splrli lat 10 07, Ion 57 03 13th. Seinrm flu 1,850 S. Ambrose L V 12th. Silti la' .'If 27, Ion 72 21 8 AM 13th. V ; I'ban ."15 SE Ambrose if V 12th. Warwick 88 S\V Diamond Shoal 13th, By the Radio Corporation of America. Agwlmex 0? SSE Tape Cod 0 PM 12th. Ail', rlean til* 12 Ambrose L V 13th. Bcthore lat 34 47, Ion 75 22 13th. Bylayl in SVV by S Barnegat 13th. i ootlctown 88 S Scotland L V 13th. City of Atlanta 398 SW 'lay Head 13th. ( ,ty of Fairbury 850 E ("ape Henry 13th. Kivt?lre Arrow 80 SE Diamond Shoal 13th. Everett 30 SE Barnegat 13th. Faraday 163 E Ambrose L V 13th. i;,, i,-i W Barnes 327 NE .luplter 13th. Gel redyk 170 E Boston L V Si AM 13th. Oi.laria' ? S Scotland L. V 12th. Hi i!.. rt I. Pratt l.Vfl S\V Diamond Shoal 13tli. Im'la Arrow 246 E Ambrose h V 13th. J A Moffett, .lr, 05 NW Tortugas 12th. J X Pew 28 N Diamond Shoal "3th. J. an Enicr> 70 NE Jupiter 13th. J. hn Worthlngton 34 N Diamond Shoal 13th. Kolonltt lat 35 1?. Ion 74 02 13th. ?' raealho 113 H Scotland L V 13th. \i;. rtlnlque 210 S Ambrose I, V" 13tli. , Miitlnlco. k p;ne? d i arysfort l,lght 12th. Mln.Ksotan <06 E Ambrose L V 13th. Munalbro 277 S Scotland L V 12th. Munamar 624 S Scotland L V 13th. Mumlale 188 S Scotland I* V 13th. Nora IM N'E Jupiter 13th. Omar II parsed Nantucket L V 6 AM 13th. i .iti: boro 1 SE Diamond Shoal 13tli. Roth passed Fenwlck Island L V 11 AM 13th. Sn1 ale 508 E Ambrose I. V 13tli. Sudbury 1,300 E Ambrose I> V 12th. 8v. lfUture 34 S\V Block Island 13th.* Vacuum passed Hatteras 13th. West Hepburn 1,070 E Cape May 12th. William Penn 1,305 E Ambrose I. V 7 AM 13th. Yuma 108 S Ambrose L V 13th. By United State* Naval Radio. Afoundria 65 NW Tortugas 13th. Ala 1,363 E Cape Henry 12th. America lat 40 10, Ion 67 42 12tli. Bayway 130 W Tortugatt 13th. Cecil County 54 N Hatteras 13th. Chalmette 55 NW Havana 13th. Charles M Everest 154 S Hatteras 13th. City of Freeport 250 E Ambroso L V 13th. Clavaraek 30 NW Tortugas 13th. Coelleda 431 ENE Cape Henry 13th. Corning 140 WSW Sand Key 13th. cotopaxl 35 N Fowey Rocks 13th. Currier 137 W Tortugn? 12th. Dallas 1,100 E Ambrose L. V 12th. Delaware Sun 506 E Sabine bar 13th. Derbyline 151 W Sand Key 13th. E R Kemp 20 E Sand Key 12th. Continued on Following Pnffe. STF.AMSHIPS, EXCURSIONS and TOl RS. STEAMSHIPS. EXCURSIONS and TOURS. ^ Red Star Line Modern Rates to EUROPE PLYMOUTH CHERBOURG ANTWERP When going abroad be guided by the hundreds of experi enced travelers who insist on Red Star in preference to all others. Every comfort and convenience of modern ships ?glass enclosed and broad open decks?exquisitely ap pointed public rooms; homelike, comfortable staterooms; Red Star service that anticipates your every need and the famous Red Star cuisine. And the rates are decidedly moderate. Book now and secure choice of accommodations. Sailing* from New Tork FINLAND March IS April 23 May 37 kltOONI.ANU April 1 May ? June 10 I. AIM,AND April N May 13 June 17 ZKKLAND April 30 June 3 July h International 1 Broadway, N. Y. Mercantile Marine Co. or Loral Agent* CP }) PACIFIC LINE The Comfort cRgute to SOOTH AMERICA The lnrcr.it nteamer* to Peru and Chile (14,3.r>0 tons displacement) built especially for the tropic*. Perfect ventilation. All cabin* equipped with bed*. Single and double cabin*. Rooms with private baths. Unsurpassed cuisine. HEW YORK?PANAMA PERU?CHILE Special Reduced Fare* for Ronnd South America Tours EBRO Apr. 15 ESSEQUIBO May 13 The PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO. 28 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 117 W. WASHINGTON ST., CHICAGO or L*e?l Agent*. CUNARD M0 ANCHORl,M?S N. T. to Cherbourg nnd Southampton AOLITAN1A Mar. 21 Apr. 11 May ? MAI RFTAMA Apr. 4 Apr. (ft Mat II lir.ltKMiAKlA Mny 30 June 20 July 11 N. Y. to Plymouth, Cherbourg A Hamburg ('AROMA *Apr. 8 Mot 13 June 11 PANNOMA Apr. 18 ?Also call* at Halifax. N. Y. to Qiieenntown and Liverpool ALRAN'IA (new). .. .Apr. 1 . C'ARMANIA Apr. 19 M?t 17 WYTHIA (new) Apr. 28 May 24 Jun.-1\ N. V. to Londonderry and Claagow ASSYRIA Mar. 17 AI^iKRIA Apr. II May 12 June 10 COLUMBIA Apr. 2!) May 27 June 24 N. Y. !o Londonderry, Liverpool and Glasgow CAMKRO.MA (new) Apr. fl . N. Y. to New Bedford, 8t. Michaels, Llsoon Olhraltar, Naples, Cairns. Dubrovnlk, Trieste ITALIA Mar. 24 Lunurd und Anchor steam Ship Line*. 23 Broadway, Net* Vork. bnort route ana turougn booainga to prin cipal point* Id 8canUliiavla, Gurmaoy aa4 Baltic State*. I.AIH.IC MODERN STKAMKRH H. S. STOCKHOLM .Apr. 18 May 27 S. h. DROTTNINItHOI.M Inne 10 Superior l'??en|er Accommodation*. Paeeenger Office. 24 NtoU St.. Now York "The Pub He be Ptm?fd." BOSTONP PROVIDENCE $3.60 COLONIAL LINE ? rniumi k at .? t i?i ; ?? 't 1 ??a 81.) wMkter* anil Handay* at 6 t. M Outside Rtateroorns. |l 00 PHOVT r 4 MAI. !?M Splmndld Sfeamers ? Splitnd/d Som'co Orchestra on each *tearner. Largo comfortable ataterooma, Loave Pier 14 N. R Pulton Street Dally Including Sunday* 9:00 P. M. NIW LONDON LINK Leave Dally oacept Sunda vapler 40 N.R Houatcnflt 1'"WP M ^ - ? ?"* SaiUnga Piera 58-ft'. North Rlrer. New York At noon. unleae epedfied. To Cherbourg?Southampton Maintaining weekly aallllig*. Homeric (new). .3 P. M. Mat. 25 Apr IS Mar ? niTmplc Apr. 1 Apr 22 May 13 Ma jea tic (new) .2 P. M. May 20 June 17 To Llrerpool ?la*^)ueenetown Unexoelled Weekly Hervlee. Baltic Mar. I? Apr. 15 May 18 Cedrlc Mar. 25 Apr. 22 May 20 Celtic Apr 1 Apr. 2? June 3 Adriatic Apr. * May 27 June 24 Mega n tic Apr. 19 Other Queenatown aalllnes via American Line. To Aiorea. Madeira. Gibraltar. Algiere. Raplea and Genoa. Arabic (17,324 tone) Apr. 2S WEST INDIES CRUISES From New York to Havana, Jamaica, ranara* Canal. Veneiuela, Windward and leeward Island*. \ irgln Island*. Porto Hleoand Kermuda. Megan tic (20,000tona) .Mar. 2<1 20 day cnilae with bookings to any port ol call. No p*s*p<irt? required. $300 up Vi Red Star Lini To Plymouth, Cherbourg ?,id Antwerp Finland Mar. IS Apr 22 May 27 Gothland Mar. 25 Kroonland Apr I May fl June 10 Lapland Apr. 8 May 13 June 17 Zeeland Apr. 29 June 3 July 9 To Hamburg. Libau and Daniig Simland Mar. 34 American Lira To Oueenatowo cod 'Hamburg. Haverford '(direct) Mar. I* Manchuria (alaoQueenatown) IP. M. Mar. 29 Mlnneka hda (3d claaai 'Apr. 19 ?? alia at Plymouth ami Cherbourg. International Mercantile Mtrin* Company 120 8teamar*~-1,300.000 Tone > Broadway, N. T? or Local Agenta. CLARK'S CRUISES by C. P. R. STEAMERS Clark'e 3rd Cruiea, January 23, 1923 ROUND THE WORLD Sunerb SS "BMPRESS ol FRANCR" 1H4NI Groaa Tona, Specially Chartered 4 MONTHS CRUISE, $1000 and op Including Hotel*. Fee*, Drivel, Guide*, ate. Clark'a 19th Cruiae, February 3 MEDITERRANEAN Snnptuoua SS "KMPRKSS ol SCOTLAND" 2SOOO Groaa Tona, Specially Chartered KC DAYS CRUISE, $800 and up Including Hotel*. Fee*, Drive*, Guide*, ata. !?? day* Egypt. Hale aline.Spain,Italy,Greece,etc. Europe atop-overa allowed on both cruiaaa. farow and Pasilnn Play Part In, tiOO >? Frank C. Clerk. Times fluildinf. New York. Regular Passenger Hervlca ?. r'ri c ivlavy iVich. 21 ui oioroio rftriT corp.. Sr. Broadway Tel. Bowling Uracil 770J STEAMSHIPS, KXrVHSIONS and TOPKS. | STEAMSHIPS. MtCTHSIDVl nnrt TO! Il? STEAMSHIPS. KXt lTRSIONS and TOtTR*. 2000 MILE TOUR Three Steamers Each Week 8,9orl0 DAYS $ 78 55 Liberal Stopover and === Side Trip Privileges mmI tip* to it i t<wntoiBn tiltolMl and number of dajri ?n rotate. Tour No. /?first DAY?At Set on liric ocosn stfamcr affording highest standard cuisine and service; spacious decka, lounging rooms, music room, smoking room, etc. SECOND DAY?627 miles south of New York, steamer pasaas Forts Moultrie and Sumter of CivQ War Came, and arrives at Charleston, 8. C.; ample time for shore visit at this historic city. THIRD DAY?At Jacksonville, Flau, you may enjoy automobile or trolley rides through beautiful suburbs, and at 4.00 p.m. yoo amharfc on the famous "Daylight and Searchlight" trip on the Through the Heart of TROPICAL FLORIDA FOURTH DAY?940 miles of picturesque and luxuriant i ? -most fasrlnating inland water trip In America?with glimpses of alligators, birds of beautiful plumage, marveloua water foliage, overhanging Spanish moss, etc., to 8anford and rsturn. FIFTH DAY?Back in Jacksonville 7.00 a-m., forenoon may be devoted to sightseeing, Ostrich Farm, curio and souvenir shops Returning homeward ocean steamer sails at 2 p.m. SIXTH, SEVENTH and EIOHTH DAYS?834 miles or thrss days' ocean voyage northward and the 2,000 mile tour is com pieted with your arrival at New York on the eighth day. Tour No* 2?Same as No. 1 but affording opportunity to spend a day in St. Augustine, America's oldest city, with its Forts, Slave Market and striking Spanish architecture, returning within nine days. Tour No. S?Same as No. 1 but with privilege of breaking the trip either at Jacksonville or Sanford, making side trips to any saints desired, and returning at any time before Mar 31. Write for Illustrated Folder 7b insure choice of mcoommodmtionm, reservations for thmmm popular tours should ba mado in mdrmnos CLYDE LINE 4tt Fifth As*, at 4H 5*.?or?Pier M, North River, New York ?A SUMMER CRUISE. ? AROUND ? " THE MEDITERRANEAN " I/FIFE'S full measure has not* been reached without a share of travel. Seeing other scenes and other people?each with some mes sage, is a most necessary part of education. The supreme oppor tunity of pleasurable, worthwhile travel is offered in our cruise-tour by specially chartered new and superb Cunard - Anchor Liner "Tuscania" sailing from New York July 5th, returning September 6th. Well - planned itineraries ? long glorious Summer days spent cruis ing or on leisurely and interesting shore excursions. Option to return via North Atlantic. There ?re various programs (or visiting PAL ESTINE ? ROME ? the PASSION PLAVS at OBERAMMERGAU ? dif ferent parts of Northern Europe including PARIS (Battlefields;, LONDON,etc. Inclusive Fares from $600 For Full Particulars Apply THOS. COOK & SON 24."> Broadway Wll Fifth Avenue I Oup. City Hall Cor. 4?th St. T-I. Barclay 7100 Tel. Murray Hill 6171 150 Offices Throughout the World WARD LINE Regular Weekly Sailing* to NASSAU, Bahamas Leave New York every Saturday; ar rive Nassau early Tuesday morning. AI Ml direct semi-weekly aertics to CUBA and dlrrct weekly service to MEXICO. Hkw Tork i/Cuia Mail iS.Ccx rMlWWtllll. NtWYONK T#l. John 4400 GRACE LINE NEXT SAILINGS S. S. Tere.a March 2s" 8. S. Klixa April 12 Finest, fastest service to South'1 America. Comfortable outside rooms;uneacelledcu i ne.Frrquent direct tml n s via Panama Canal. GRACE LINE, lac.,l? Husrtr H.N.T. Al l. ABOUT BERMUDA BY NATIVE. * day trip or lon*er?All K*p., ?!?? <ip. BOOK AT OWE FOB F.AHTEB. 10.1 Park Ave. (4l?t St.)?Vnnderhllt 4flM. COMFOBT WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE. Independent Travel Everywhere. BOOR AT ONCE FOR EAuTER. lAA I'nrk ,\?e Mini 4?M. See Beautiful South America The peer of any land you have ever visited. S. S. Vestris Luxui iously appointed steamer of the famous V-FLEET Sailing March 25th for Rio de Janeiro?Monte ' video and Buenos Aires Offers eve ry possiblecomfort and luxury en voyage. Direct service from New York.withamplestop over privilege* at ports of call. Other nailing*?8. B. Vandvck, April fl. 8. 8. Vmnarl, April 29, 8. 8. Vtuboo, May 13. For full partlrulara and special rates for tho round trip, apply company'* oflico, 42 Broadway, New York. Lamport & Holt Line ROYAL MAIL TO BERMUDA The Comfort Roult" Summer Mil week in Bermuda. An invigorating two-day Mil to a mid-ocean oaradite. "Sporty" go!( courae. bathing. boating, inarvtloui climate. Th? Bit Trmnmmllmntic tinar ARAGUAYA Smilt (WMrrMl at II A. M. Ko o*??i>ort needed. Ju?t take a taxi to Pier 42, Notth River. TNI MTU MUl ITUM MCMT CO. 26 Broadway Broad 2160 EUROPE Special Escorted Tour by 8.8. "Prmrtdonee," Palling April 21, to ' Azores, Sicily, Italy, Switzerland, France, Battlefields, Belgium, England Onmprahoitilvo, nlghteeelng, hlfh atanrtard hotels. Call, write or phono for Itinerary. Frank Tourist Co., 489 5th At. (Rot. 1879.) I hon?V?nd*rbilt 7390 SPANIEIIM SPECIAL buTlCE. 8t?nmera of this Linr t urru Mail rtnrt Patten get h and tail prompt ly repardlvta o'f carj/o of/vretl. FKF.HJIIT ANI? PA88KNOKB 8KRV1<'E To CADIZ & BARCELONA R. M. 8. I .eon XIII 18 (riiNNftnitrrK mil t hf on bimril ft A. M.) H. M. 8. Mont* rrnt. .. Akfmt April 13 To HAVANA A VERA CRUZ K. M. 8. Montserral Ahnnt Mrh. 14 For further pnrtlrnlnro npplj ?o 1.1 18 l,I.ANH(l, Agent, Pier S, fC. R- Telephone Bowling Oreen B1B0. ROYAL MAIL m vHK-4m;Ki<orwo BOI'TIIAMPTOM?11<*MBI'BO ?? Broadway, Now Tor* IfrN EASTER IcruiseH Delightful voy age of 27 days in tropic seas, visiting Havana, Jamaica, Panama' Canal (two days), Venezuela, , Trinidad, Barbados, Martin- / , ique, St. Thomas, San Juan, Bermuda. No passports re quired for full cruise. Interest ing shore excursions. WGANTIC (20,000 tons disp.) MARCH 20 to the WEST INDIES Largest? dimensions of any steamer sailing to West Indies. Fare $300 up. Bookings to any ports of call. white star Line Crui? Drpt, No. 1 Broadway, New York City New York to Europe De Luxe Service TO PLYMOUTH. BOULOGNX, HAMBURG .By New American Flag Stratum Reselote May 2, May 80, Juae27 Reliance May 16, Jane IS, Jaly 11 Regular Service TO HAMBURG DIRECT Soiling* every Thurtdty. hy the popu lar nlMmerii Mount Cloy, Mount Car roll, Mount Clinton, Hanaa, Bayern, Wuerttemberg, with epccial calnn and improved third 'elan accommodation*. United Ambrican Lines, inc. WktUkutt if FRENCH LINE Weekly Sailings NEW YORK?HAVRE? PARIS For sailing dates, rate*, etc.. apply to Company's Office, IB Htato St.. N. T. N AVILAZI0NE UENtKALc ITALIAN* To PA LERMO?NAPI J6B-?OENOA. Foi fallings and Ratee Apply to Italla-Amerlra Shipping Corp.. 1 State SI. To Kurope I.'ndrr the American Flag. Magnlfleont New 8team*lilpii. Afntriran hutlt, mrvrd, operated. UNITED STATES LINES, 45 Broadway, N. Y. 20V) Whitehall. EU I #111/ Agt.AII Line* Europr.Uorrnuila. . fl. LUn vVfit Irullen.So Ani' rl. a.Hono lulu.China, Japan. |123ltway. Tel.89:iOWa(klno HOLJLANI > AM I,It ICA lihtl New York to Rotterdam. General T'aseenger Offices. 24 State St., N. T. KI?VPT-INDIA. American 4 Indian Line. Port Hald, Bombay, Colombo, nan soon. Cal cutta. Norton. I .Illy a Co . M Beaver St.. N.T. SCAN DIN AVIAN AMKKK AN I.IMfc DENMAKIi - NORWAY ? RWBDBf. Pnsnrnger Office, (1 Yhltehall St.. N. Y. N. w V?rl. to Mrem<n, direct, via norTH HERMAN I.U>VI?. IS Pearl St. FAItltF. I.INK to M?-dlt?*rruiieun Porta, Offlre, n Stnte St.. ?. V. - HFRSfl'DA?Ideal ? Funii'HH Hprmiidii t.ln*. M ?*_??? RAY MOND WHITC'OMB TOURS. U5 Fifth Ave. Trlrphnn.' MmlNon Si| tare l\-.18. ~~ AMERICAN EXPHEMN TRAVM.KBS r HFOl'KS. Norwegian American Une, Nor* ay. Sw. drn, Hi'nmark. Offl^". 8-1? Bridge St. BOOKS open Europe I'anelon J'lay 1M* QlvOBB TOURS 249 W Mth St.. N. T.