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SHIPPIIn
SHIPPING NEWS.
Continued from Precedlnp Pus?'.
Jnoro Stoanwhip Co, Want to pier 4. Army i
liaee, Urooklyn.
Str Union City, Philadelphia, to the United
plated Navigation Co. Went to New York
Bock Co's pier -M, Urooklyn.
8tr Uake Elmhumt, l'liiiadelphia, to the
New York and Cuba Mall Steamship Co.
Went to New York Dock Co'a pier 16.
Brooklyn.
_ Str W 11 Llbby. Montreal May T. to Robeit
I- Hague, In bailout.
Tug Warrior, towing 2 barges (anchored
barges In lower buy and passed in Quarantine
at 7:40 I'M 12th).
Tug Jupiter, tow tn ; :t barges (anchored
barges in lower bay and passed up).
Neptune Line tug. towing 2 barges (passed
Highlands bound E at 4:10 PM).
WIRELESS REPORTS.
Sir Lafayette (Kr), llavre for New York,
fa expected to dock at pier 57, North River,
It.ct of West loth street, Monday morning.
Str Presldente Wilson iltall, Naples for
Ne.v York, la expected to dock at pier 7,
L.isu Docks, Brooklyn, about Monday noon.
Str Oedrlc (Br), Liverpool for New York,
In expected to dock at pier (10, North River,
foot of West lt)th sttect, late Sunday afterl)f
on.
Str Majestic (Br), Southampton for New
York, Is expected to dock at pier 59. North
River, foot of Weat 18th street, late Tuesday
. or early Wednesday.
Str Mlnnekahda. Hamburg for New York,
Js expected to dock at pier 58, North-River,
lodt of West llilh street, Wedneaduy forenoon.
Mr Vcstris (Br), Buenos Aires, 4c, for
Ktw York, Is expected to dock at pier 15,
Hoboken, Monday morning.
By the Radio Corporation of
America.
(Distance riven In miles; position at noon, J
unless otherwise specified.]
(Birkenhead 710 E Cape llenlopeii Kith,
rramoll Point Tin ENk Hat torus 12th.
Ciontarf 703 K Atnbrwsi 1, V 12th.
coastwise 20 E by N Block Island 13th.
Jlurana ISO E Ambrose L. V 12th.
.! >>' IVw 10 K Sandy Hook 12th.
.1 W Van Dyke 140 S Ilatteras 12th.
Liberator OHO M Colon 12th.
Mlsbmaha 1.102 E Cape Henry 12th.
i> ota 20 W Jupiter l'Jth
Orltani .".78 S Diamond Shoal 12th.
Pawnee 2.10 E Ambrose L V 13th.
1 \ nsylvania 760 S Ambrose L V 12th.
Porto lttco 780 SHE Ambrose L V 12th.
iSun 223 SW Hattera* 13th.
"West Haven 0S7 from Colon 12th.
IVestwego 410 E Sandy Hook 13tli.
By Independent Wireless Telegraph
Company, Inc.
J\fel 17 W Nantucket L v lSth.
tftgwldnle 18 S Harnesst f? I'M 13th.
Ahacortes 317 K by X Capo Honlopen 13th.
1'tlton .08 a Gay llcat! 7 PM 12th for Wey?
mouth.
ImioKo 230 K Aiiibros*' 13 V 8:30 AM 13th.
lioquois left Humana, Pit, for Macorls 5:JO
PM J2tli.
3'unaino left Police midnight 12th for; Mayaguez.
^ k
By United States Naval Raoio.
Abangarc/. 477 N Colon Kith.
Afomutrla 0 w Sombrero 13th.
Anaeortes lat 40 34, Ion 02 20 12th.
Arvan 20 W Sand Key 13th.
l'yron I> Be/ison 10(5 WSNV Sand Key 13tli.
<*nbrai lat 40 0.3, Ion 40 33 Kith.
Charles M Eve rent 232 ESE Galveston 13th.
Chateau Thierry 2,183 E Ambrose 1. V 12th.
Ch.ster Hun 1QT> H Hatteras 13th.
CI; if wood 080 E by H Montauk Point 12th.
Cot-Mcda lat 42 22. Ion 34 14 12th.
(V dp rook 1,439 E Cape Henry 12th.
Cranipton Anderson 92 .\K Jupiter 13th.
Ci.inford lat 40 30, Ion 33 30 12th.
Cnpplo Creek 3 H Abaeo Island 13th.
Kliiha Walker 42 W Hand Key 13th.
K! Oceldente 39 H Jupiter 13th.
K1 Oriente 34 S Jupiter 13th.
K.-parta 1.132 H Boston light 13th.
Federal 180 HE South Pass 13th. ?
Ciiilfklng 243 H St Johns bar 13th.
Ciuli'stai 29 E Sand Key 13th.
Herbert 1. Pratt 00 NE Jupiter 13th.
Illinois lat 30 33, Ion 32 37 13th.
Jal&pu 388 E Ambrose I. \r 12th.
James MrOeo 300 W Sand Key 13th.
Java Arrow lat 11 31. lou 13 33 13th.
Jean 11 S Sand Key 13th.
Kroonhuid 2,244 I'. Ambrose L V 12th.
Liberty Bell 188 SK South Paatf I3tb.
Minnckahda 1,301 E Ambrose L V 13th.
Mount Clay 1,407 W Bi hop Buck 12th.
Nora (50 S Charleston 13th.
Nord&merika 300 S Scotland L V 12th.
Norman Bridge 3 E Contoy 13th.
() T Waring 42 E Sand Key 13th.
Olen 1,082 K Ambrose L V 12th.
Onus 47 SE Jupiter 13th.
Paris tn In a 304 S South Paw* 13th.
Paulsboro 20 W Tortugas 18th.
Peninsula State 2.879 E Ambrose L V 12th.
Philadelphia 302 S Scotland L V 12th.
Pipestone County 1,711 E Ambrose L V 12th.
President Monroe 1,039 E Ambrose L V 12th.
Princeton 80 W Sand Key 13th.
San Jose 297 S New Orleans l.'lth.
Schodack 227 E Ambrose 1. V 12th.
Shlokshinny 332 S Jacksonville 13th.
Sttircliolni -mi Kbli xantticKct i. \ t.tn.
Tontalvn 1,6-0 K Ambrowe L, V 12th. >
Vina sailed from Havana Villi. ?
Vacuum 107 KSE South Pass 13th.
\V C Tragic passed Sand Key 13th.
tV M Irish 40 \K Jupiter 13th.
Wasslck 7*> NW Tortuga* 13th.
Watern Maid lat 37 44, Ion 33 42 12th.
West land 32 8E Jupiter 13th.
Zarembo 1,313 1*1 Ambrose 1. V 13th.
PASSED CITY ISLAND.
Bound South.
10r North Band, Boston for New York.
/ii* schr Quaeo Queen (Br), St John, NB,
for New York, with lumner to J It Booth;
Ve el to J ! ' Whitney & Co.
Schr Ha'zel J1 Jackson, Nantucket for New
Tork.
Motor barge Daniel M Munro (Br), Wlndivr,
NS, for New York.
Bound Eaat.
pclir Allda llcarn. New York for Now
Haven.
Hear Daniel Tompkltw, New York for NewV"ft.
Sehr Ella, New York for South Norwalk.
fiehr Mary E Cufr, Uoekawa.v for Norwalk.
Tugs O'Brien Bros, with 4 barges tat
10: It AM); Frederick T Kellers, with 6 (at
MARINK-FO't SAME OH WANTKP.
For 5ale at Bargain Prices.
1J. 8. Navy Submarine Chasers?110' long, t
J"' 3" Beams X (V draft; i! Steel Bulkheads, '
Steam Bent <>ak Timbers, Yellow Pine planking.
Equipped with 3 Standard Marine Mo- '
ble Air Starting. Good Ska floats. Apply
JOSEPH O. H1TNKR,
30 Church Street,
New York City.
Telephone Portland! 443P.
YACHTS FOR SALE
FRANK BOWNE JONES,
fXNAKO III II.1MNO, oe Rrn.Jwav
t hour 11711 Whitehall. P'OaOWky
FOR 8A1/K ("111 CHARTER.
Steam yacht "TARO" by duy or week,
private partite; recently overhauled, conw
fnrtably furnished; Been nt foot 79th st. and
Hudson lllvcr. Owner. CRANK I.ANGON,
3.53 fith ave., Aitorln. I.. 1. Phono 3071
Astoria.
FOR BALK?Passenger motor steamer, ?:<
tone, fully equipped to carry passenger* or
deep si a fishing. 100 feet long, IH foot
hear. I foot draft, capacity too persons.
Address (,1. A. It.. Sun TrRiune, Wlldwood,
N.
BTEAM YACHT Corona, I to ft. nat.-r line,
in am 23 ft. t. itraft 12 ft.; hullt lt>0.";
machinery In first oIssh shape, one of best
ysrhOi on the market. For pnrtieiilnrs artdressX'ORCNA,
General Iteilvsry, Edgewood
Station. R. I.
I -t >11 SVt.K Steam del harm . 113x34*10
llfls 15 tons, carries 330 tons; 3 Kasollne
dei rh k barms. USr .'lOxld, lift 3 h>ns, carrv
.-.on tolls. JAMES A. TRKGARTHEN, foot
nt Kitst 7th a1.. N. Y. city.
1IAIIOK "I1R> of New Bedford," eovarad
freighter, 140 ft. long. 7'ni tons, will lie
sold at auction M.-ty 31, 103*2. at C.NItrit
I.Ii- r <>.. ivcuewntofc J, TOI.
7 i.: .I rjltrahlc. Hi . tor T'Mo.
' TO* CHARTER I'OIt K\jJ RSKiNJ?.
Htmtw. Marhigonne, T. C ^Millard. Ren.
Putnam. At)(il> to JOHN E. MOORE ro.. 17
Hint'' Ht., oily. Tel. sltiti Bowling Rrcen.
I ) HI S AM'. t'sllte outboard motor, tw o liorwipow?r
tnolor for row boat. In perfect t onHit
Ion In original package. At aacrtflcc.
Room IJ.-. 3d Kn -'t 4I'll >tt.
1 ittt II.AIlTKIt,sltiin skKINRMTKAMRRS
TBI RI"?T" timl ' ( Asni'.l l ." StSO IV
AI'IM 4 < VI'T HI l)I> OIHIIIWIN,
IIAHRHV PARK I'll H Phone in,nil ffiH,
ic'K HAt.R?Hcho'in r, N i tla real wiry,
? ewtlght SMI. Built 1917, flSctJU. MdNmsil
AGENCY, II Broadway. Bowling
I it ret) 7flo7.
I'OR SALE?71 foot turtle back cruiser 20th
century engine. EUCAIt P. l'KELEY. 43
Broad ay. Phone Rroatl 47(W>.
CONVI IITKO ''AT BOAT S xi2. half ciTbin,
fully ettulppetl. Palmer engine. 4133. At
port Wn?hlngton. Port 5443.
ijiVKttRfl BARGE SO* lln. excellent condl*
Hon. Rent or cell KRK|i LOBROVICH,
JTItfi Weat Ninth Ht . in nklyn.
*T II. F'RANKt.iN, whip broker, SO llroad
ft* rci-t, t wtahllahed 1857.
VbRMI.'R tie - ' n " tjucl't "Ely" tor aato.
ROBERT (51 .-XNKV. 140 Broadway.
fG NEWS
?
t ?
Notice to Owners, Agents
and Ship Masters.
The Herald publishes daily
rpnnrfc nf tlia nAaUtAne a ???*?.
i vji/vt vii v* iiiv pvoiiiwua ui ?
chant vessels received through
the United States Naval Communication
Service. Ship masters
of vessels with radio apparatus
mya, without charge, report their
(TR) noon positions through the
following naval radio stations in
the United States proper: Bar
Harbor, Me. (Otterclics) ; Cape
Hatteras, N. C.; Jupiter, Fla.;
Key West, Fla.; New Orleans,
La. These position (TR) reports
must be addressed only to
the radio station called, and they
will be forwared to New York.
It is important that these reports
should be sent promptly at
noon each day in order that they
will be received in time for publication.
Position reports can also be
sent through the stations of the
Independent Wireless Ijelefraph
Company, Inc., at New York
r\*rm\ . T T
(WSE); Easthampton, L. I.
(WSA), and New London, Conn.
(WST). No charge made for
medical or surgical advice, late
news and weather reports.
Position reports will also be
accepted through the stations of
the Radio Corporation of America
at Cape Cod (WCC), and
Soasconset (WSC), Mass.; New
London, Conn. (WLC); Cape
May (WCY), and New York
city (WNY). Requests for
medical or surgical advice will
also be accepted through the
9bove stations of the Radio Corporation.
This advice will be
given free by the United States*
Public Health Service.
V 1 /
10:45 Ail); Bermuda, with 1 (at 7:20 I'M
J 2th).
Steam lighter John B Collins, New York
fo-- Providence (at 7:43 PM).
CLEARED.
Str Union City (Br), Davis, London and
Liverpool (general)?L" 8 Navigation Co.
" Str Monpiouth, Southerland, Glasgow via
S. John (general)?Baltimore Steamship Co
Str Lcpanto (Br), I loctor, Antwerp and
Newcastle (general)?Llletman's Wilson Line.
Str Anaconda, Jonee, Antwerp (general) ?
Black Diamond Steamship Corporation.
Str Thamtstocles (Greek). GiacnumL.
Piraeus, Smyrna. Ac (general)?N Ualanoe
A. Co. *
Sir Telesfora do Darrinaga iBr), Nagle,
Constantinople anil Pirneus via Norfolk
(general)?Garcia A Diaz.
Sir Port Klllott (Br), Strickland, Frcmantle,
Adelaide, Ac (general)?Fundi, Edyc
& Co.
Str Dunstan (Br), Evans, Para. Maranhani,
Ac, via Philadelphia (general)?Booth
A ('o.
Str Edward Duckenbach, Greene, Dos Angeles,
San Francisco, Ac, via Philadelphia
igeneral)?Duckenbach Steamship Co.
Str Jdaracaibo. Johnson. Daguayra, Curacao
and Maracaibo via Mayaguez (general) ?
Bliss, Dallett A Co.
Str Ponce. Folker. San Juan, Ponce, Ac
(general)?New York and l'urto Ilico Steamship
Co.
Str Casteltown, Coombs, Manatl, Puerto
Padre, Ac (general)?Vmnson Steamship Dine.
Str Inca, Anderson, Puerto Plata, Sanchez,
A (general)?Clyde Steamship Co.
Str Hubert E Hopkim, Xteev Port Dobos
(ballast)?1> T Warden.
Str F Q Harstow, Wallarr I'amplco (ballast
)?R D Hague.
Str Verona (Nor), Olsen Bnracoa (gem
rial)?Hi Giorgio A Co
Str Santa Tliercsa |Hr). Webster. Havana
STFAWWH1PS, EXCURSIONS and TOriW.
1
n Hudson
lsay
'3ufiBnBnn*w?t,^ ?DXT<
A fast boat to .
including Sunday 1
nections to all poir
West. Spring is
One Day Outings to Pou
Point (Week Days 0
Service dally. Including Sunday, 1*
42d St.. ?:20 A. M.; West 126th St
landing at tBear Mountain, tWest
tPoughkeepsle, Kingston Point, Catgl
tauranf. All rail tiekots from Now
New York nceeptod.
ON SUNDAYS, steamer Wasliinj
A. M.: West 42d St.. 10:0(1 A. M.;
lOt.'O A. M., for jAJear Mountain', t
tRetirrn steamer anme day from t
n_.l Ci. D: T.
uesorusses ji. i icr le
iv
"BOSTON'6a
METROPOLITAN LINE
Business men and tourists appreciate
the convenience of this direct route
Via Cape Cod Canal
"All the way by water and always in sight
of land". Connection* at Boston tor Portland,
Yockland, Bangor and Yarmouth. N S
Steamer haves Pier is, N. It. (ft. Murray
Ft.), New York, dally including Sundays at
f> P. M. (Pay light Saving Time). Tel. Barclay
noon.
EASTERN S. S. LINES
PTKAMEfl
MANDALAY
TO ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
ANT) UETtlKN
Special Trips
Also on MIJtlMV, MAY 21
I.KAVINO
Bnl(er> Itwidinn. I Atlantic lliijhliiiids
?::t0 AM.l I'M II AM 5, ?>|?B I'M.
(Daylight Hnvjnu Time).
Large Ballroom Deck. Dancing Free.
FAIIK 80 cent* phcIi way.
Telephone* Broad 7.WI-H0CH.
SUNDAY T',!; HUDSON
To fiicltlnml Full*, N>wlnirili, llrnron nnd
rrtnm
Sir. "BENJ. B. ODELL"
Loaves IHANKIIN ST !? A. M.i W. I29lh
Ht. 0:4.-. A. M. noyfMht Bavin* Time.
Mn?l.\ ii.<nm mi I .unci) room.
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
THE
i FROM /
(general)?American and Cuban Steamship
i Line.
bit Bridgetown, Smith, St Rltts, Antigua,
*<', via St Thomas ajut St Croix igeiierall ?
Clyde Steamship Co.
Str Orizaba, O'Kiefe Havana (general)?
Kew York and Cuba Mail Steamship Co.
Str El Mtindo Mvlsoti, Clalveston (general i
?Southern Pa?yi< Co
Str HI Sud. wocklward. New Orleans (genet
all?Southern Pacific Co.
Str Comanche, Staples. Charleston and
Jacksonville (general)?Clyde Steamship
Co.
Str J a vary, Barth, Wilmington (general)?
A tlantlu Chartering Co.
Schr Muiil of Canada (Br). Wilkle, Norfolk
(ballast)?Gilmartir. & Co.
Str Cake Arthur, Atkinson. Blchmond. Va
(general)?Itlchmond and Now York Steamship
Co.
Sir Kumeric (Br), Bureh,. Philadelphia
(ballast)?Punch, Kdve & Co
Str Joseph M Cudahy, Kopp (from Port
Hobos), Newark (residue)?Sinclair Navigation
Co.
Str Sydfold. Olsen. Charlottetown, PHI
j (ballast i?Munson Steamship Line.
Str Vltellla (Br), Ucmmell, Montreal (balI
last i?Anchor Line.
Str Norwalk, Crotvell, Boston (general) ?
| Eastern Steamship Corporation.
, Str North I.and. Foster, Boston (general) ?
I Eastern Steamship Corporation.
I Str Robin Adair, Smith, Boston (in transit!?Isthmian
Steamship Lines.
I Schr Eveline Wilkle (Br). Wilkle. I-a Have,
! NK (ballast)?J F Whitney & Co. *
I Barge (llooscap (Br). Mactunber, Windsor,
NB (ballast)?J F Whitney Jt Co.
SAILED.
Strs Rosalind (Br). Halifax. NS, and Si
John.'. NF: City of Durham tBrl. Fremantie,
Ac, via Newport News; Orizaba. Havana;
Fort Hamilton (Br), Bermuda: Orbita
(Br), Hamburg; Comanelie, Charleston
ar,d Jacksonville; Llincn. Bocas del Toro;
lonce, San Juan, Ac; Caronia (Br), Hamburg
via Boston: Tolou (Br), Havana, Ac;
Rotterdam (Dutch). Rotterdam; Maracalbo,
Laguayra, Sec; Tarar.tla (Br), Baltimore:
Baltic (Br). Rivet-pool; Lapland (Br), Antwerp.
Ac; Cornelia, San Juan, Ac; Winona.
Constantinople, Ac; Mary, Turks Island, Ac;
Olympic (Br), Southampton; Agwldale, Galvtston;
Essequibo (Bt). Callao, Ac; Antllla,
Clonfuegos; President Fillmore, Bremen,
j Ijepanto (Br). Antwerp. Ac; Caatletown,
Manatl, Ac; City of Montgomery. Savannah;
Lampasas, Mobile.
Strs Lancastrian (Bi), Liverpool: Hoasac
tllr). London; Margaret, San Juan, Ac;
Neleus (Br), Singapore, Ac; Tnca, Puerto
P'.ata, Ac: Dunstan (Br), Pnra, Ac; El Sud,
New Orleans; El Mundo, Galveston: Glnndoylc,
Nuevltas; Eidsvold (Nor), GuantaI
ntimo; Homme (transport), Antwerp; Schoharie
Philadelphia: Santa Theresa (Br),
Havana: Lake Arthur, Richmond; Harvey
II Hrow-n, : ffm N Page. .
StTs Eglantler (Belg), Havre; Tclesfora de
i Larrinaga (Br)* Constantinople,
j St is Port Elliott (Br), Fremantle: Sydfold
| (Nor), Charlottetown. PEL
Tugs Mary C McNalty, towing 3 barges
I (passed out Quarantine at 7:50 AM); Wm
I i Donaldson, towing -t srows (passed out
Pondy (look at 5:20 PM): Henrico, towing 1
j (do PM); Jupiter, towing 3 (do at 11:10
I -1 M); Minnie, towing 2 (Qnnrantlne at 11:15
t AM): Wyoming, with barges 702, 705 and
I 707, for Hampton Romls,
Palled 12th, strs AUtanca, Norfolk: Ormcs
(Rr), Port Antonio: l,aUo C.llboa, Wllmtnptcn.
NC, Src: Knud IT (Dan), Copenhagen;
Rlalr, Raltlmore: J M TJanxiger. Tampion.
Constantlnos VasiWa (Greekj, Piraeus via
Norfolk; Astren (Dutch), Capo Haiti, 4c;
Edvard Munch (Nor), Charleston.
The corrected reading of the barometpr
(reduced to sea level) at New York on
Saturday, May 18, 1022, at 8 AM, as reported
by the United States Weather Bureau,
i was twenty-nine and eighty-five hundredths
(20.85) Inches. Tills closely approximates
seven hundred and fifty-eight ami two-tenths
(758.2) mllllmetera. Captains of all vessels
now lying in or near the ports of New YorK
and Brooklyn can advantngeously use the
above official data for observing whether
tl clr own barometers require any consider
able correction or adjustment.
Wind at Sandy Hook 8 TM. SE. 18 miles;
clear; light sea: visibility. 10 miles.
FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE.
GRAMS.
CAPE RACE, NF, May 13?Barometer at
noon, 29.3(1 inches; wind. W, fresh breeze;
j weutner, loggy; temperature, aeg ranr.
MARITIME MISCELLANY.
(nnaillan Government ntr Montcalm reports
I May 10, S AM, in lat 45 42, Ion 60 O.'t, has
, Htr tVi.eea i III ), before reported tluiahleil. in
STKAMsmr-s. KX.<TRSfONS and TOI RS.
l T River
Line:
Albany every day"
with direct rail conits
North. Rast and
> the time to go.
ighkeepsie, Newburgh, Wes!
nly) or Bear Mountain
avlng Peabrosses St., !? 00 A. M.: W"?t
.. 9:40 A. M.; Yonkeu, 10:15 A. M.;
Point (wenk days only). tNewburgh,
kill. Hudson and Albany. Music. ReYork
to Albany and from Albany to
;ton Irting loaves Pcahroaaea St., 9;,'10
West 121tth St.. 10:20 A M.: Yonkers,
Newburgh and tPouglikeopsic.
mints marked f. Paylight Having Time.
I. 9300 Canal New York
I Pally Huilhigalujint'i^^nJ^^^l^Koot
''anal St., tl p. 11. (Daylight Having
Time); West 132nd St.. 6:30 P. M. L>u?
Albany 6 o'clock following morning. Dlrect
rail connections to all points North,
Kast and Welt.
Fare. M.M one way; $6 Round Trip.
KXPMESH FliFH.IIT SKUVII'B?Autos
earrii'U. Shipments received for Albany,
Troy and points on ths' Pelawaro & Hudaon
R. R and lloston Si Maine R. R.
I Td. ('anal 9000.
in'OHON NAVIGATION ( OMPANV
Mlddleton 8. Borland, Receiver.
,ii "
"The Public Be Pleased."
BOSTON!?
PROVIDENCE $ 3.60
COLONIAL LINE
Bteamir leaves Pier 3W. N. K (Pi. West
Houston 8t.), Krtkdljr* and Himdays at
1 5 SO P. M (Daylight Having Time).
All Oirtflm Btnreronma,
P,JION*rc CANAT, 1(tno.
j i
^BOST^N^
Lv.DallyPler 14 N.R Fulton 8t SJO P.M.
(daylight aaving time)
Th* popular rout* OfcBertw concert*
I** LONDON LINK?Leave Dally except
8undar* Pier 4" N.R. Houston St JJOP.M
. TtcbdiitPl.'nlConintlddnl Tlefce# 04m
V> 1 "l',l'l|"r.?'> ?"?>r in.C :i' Hi y. Tt fl **
SUNDAYS sm
Htr. "Hom#r Rinm^il" Lv*. Franklin St.,
4 ;,<i \\ i ? |r? f' M i .mi. < i - .
i N>v*tnir?h for n-turn to New York. CKNTHAI,
III IN?N MNK. _
SIGHT SEEING YACHT i
"TOt llltf." Armmrt N> w Vorli. Lecturer,
j Itva. battery Dally 10.30. 3.30. Tt^Uiuad osot
NEW YORK HERALD
il L PAR
tow, proceeding slowly toward Louisburg, I
CB; surrounded by heavy packed ice, drlft-4
or W and 8\V.
Schr Frederic A Duggan. from Peiusacola j
Jan -<>. arrived at Montevideo May 11.
BOSTON. May 10?fitr W I- Steed, for
Teniiiioo. returned with windlass broken;
v ill repair and proceed.
GALVESTON, May !?-Bat;ge City of San
Antonio, which went aground last week in
a gale, was floated yesterday by two tugs;
icpuiieu uiiuamageu.
PORTLAND. Me. May 12?Whaleback etr !
Tay View has been mo)<1 by C H Sprague 4Hon
to the Central Diedging Co of Cleveland
for conversion into a dredge.
ST JOHNS. NF. May 0?Sohr fleiicial Cur '
ila (Br), which went ashore at St Pierre I
some time ago, haH been refloated and
beached; as the vessel was badly damaged
when she struck the rocks it Is not certain
If she can be repaired.
.Dangers to Navigation.
fTlcported to the Hydrographlc. Office.J
May 10, lat 40 27. Ion 7.'1 37 \\\ passed a
spar about I foot li diameter and projecting
about 4 feet out of water, apparently attacked
to submerged wreckage?Sir -Vlcsaba
tit)May
11. lat 40, Ion 00 33, passed a nun
bin y marked ,,4"?Str .lalapa. (Tills is probably
the same buoy reported by etr Lake
Arrow on May 7 In lat 40 04. Ion 50 50. sir
Wells City tBr) on April 30 in lat 40 nk.
ion 00 20, and str Schodack on May 2. in
ill 40 02, Ion 60 30.)
Vmy 12, lat 39 21. Ion 71 85. passed a large
red topped pile about 10 inches In diameter,
projecting about 6 feet out of water?Sir
Uncus.
May ll, lat 56 31. Ion 74 40, passed n spar
tbi ut 2 feet iu diameter projecting about 40
feet out of water, apparently attached to
STKAMSHIP*. KXCIRHIOXS and TOE Its. j
Qvei>a^
! ^gphor
fo
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i
"T7VER since the days ol
' has been a land of* my<
ment. Where is the wester
of wandering through cr
with color, teeming with 1
dental who has not longed
in a carnival of Oriental sp
If you are thinking of r
true?if you are thinking
great Pacific, write to you
you feel the need of the 1
your vigor, send the coupi
the new U. S. Governme
the fastest time between S
Shanghai, Hong Kong and
The ships are 21,000
They are exquisitely appt
The staterooms are unusua
with hot and cold running
reading lamps. All are o
have private baths. The gl
library, grand salon for dan<
every hour.
For information regarding
THE A D M I
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Srw fork Cttj LhicMgo% 11
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NORWAY
KortbC'iie'theFjords
Sailings to NORWAY Direct
S. S. Slavangerfjord jjSS.
S. Bergensfjord )??.=;
Fast Modern Twin-Screw Steamers.
Superb Cabin Accommodations.
Cabins-de-Luze?Moderate Rates.
Close connections for Sweden, Denmark and
the Continent.
Norvepi America Line
22 Whitehall St.. Naw York.
ROYAL MAIL
a. rilRADT
" tUTiUrt
"The Comfort Route"
NEW VORK?CI{KRIlOt;HC?
H< lUTHAMITON?HAMBURG.
VRiHTRIS Mn> 20
Oil j/of \nliiuta, Miip mh, Pininbvrp thrrrt
OKIII V\ Mm '.'7 Jnl> 8 .Utf. 13
OROI'KNA .Innr 10 July 33 Aug. ill
V ANII1 ( K June 17 July SO
IIRHIT \ .lone 31 An*. ? Sept. 0
VAI RAN July 19
The ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO.
MA.NDKRHON A SON*. INC., Agent."
30 Broadway, n. v., or local agcnta.
NBW k'MllK TO ROTTKROAAI
Vis I'lyumutli, lloulngnr >ur M?r
II A. M. Eantrrii Stundiird Yluie.
Kyndnm May 30 June 24 July 39 .
V Aiiikterdum Jun>' :i July 8 Aug. 13
Noo inm . June 10 July 1.1 lug. IV '
Roll rtlim June 17 July 32 Aug. 3d 1
(ieaernl r?k*enger Offlre, 31 >lnle HI.. N 1.
AMERICAN lilt van* lor moving hou*ehold
furulturv between Europe arid America anil
between elite* of thn United Slate?-, bona*
to houxg without boxing; only ?afe, ea*y and i
xenelble method. BOWI.tNG GREEN' STOItAGIO
A VAN CO.. 9 10 Bridge St.. N. V
AMI lilt V N (ttPKW Tit AVICI.KICS
_ MKUIKS.
Unnndlnn Pacific 9tenm?hlp. Ml I
Can. Pac, Uldg.. Mndlxou Ave., lltli St., N. I. (
, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1
TSOKT1
submerged wreckage?Sir Lena Luckenbach. e
Muy 5, laf 24 50, Ion 80 15, passed a niast
about 00 feet long, covered with marine
growth?Str Vistula (Danz).
April 30, lat 17 35, ion 72 56, passed a spar ?
pri Jecting about 3 feet out of water, ap- ^
patently attached to aubnterged wreckage? ,
Str San Ubaldo (Ilr).
April 28, lat 4!) 43, Ion d 54, str Estonia i
(I'un) struck submerged wreckage; April 30, j
lat 47 30, Ion 30 55, rtr Chicago City (lit) I
paused a wooden derelict, bottom up, about i
10(t feet long and projecting about S feet j r
out of water: April ,".0, lat 40 -13, Ion 2 40, 7
str Kioto (Br) passed a spar projecting
about (1 feet out of water; lat 40 02. Ion T,
42 50, str San Teodoro |Br) paused a large I
piece of wreckage 25 to 30 feet long, and
April ;tt), )at 5t> 20, Ion 0 05, a mine was
paused.
The stations of the Canadian Signal Ser- j\
t Ice, under date of May 10. reported ice as
follows: Flat Point, heavy open Ice distant, j.
muring south; Money Point, light open Ice j
inshore. * j.
March 31. lat 32 17 X. Ion 145 51 E. took j
off crew of six from disabled schr Efulka T
darn (Jap), abandoned with foremast and,
Jlbboom standing?Str Cape Ortegals (Br). C
May 2, lat 5 38 .V, Ion 81'50 W, passed .
derelict wooden vessel about 70 feet long
an^ awash?Str Port Augusta. j,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
New York?New York Harbor, Main Chan- ^
nel?The Lighthouse Service announces that
Bobbins Reef gong buoy will he replaced by
: Icil buoy about May 12. 1922. for a period j
of five days to permit the lnatallation of
new net of gongs, upon completion of which
t'ie gong buoy will be returned to station
an 1 bell buoy withdrawn. ^
Data Light, Oulf of Guayaquil, Ecuador, 1
In approximately lat 2 44 8, Ion 80 15 20 YV,
has been changed to show flashing white
i STEAMSHIPS. KXCI RSIONS and TOURS. 11
wattle
Orient
Ctmerican Shi
f Marco Polo the far east
sterv?a land of enchantner
who has not dreamed
ooked streets, gorgeous
ife? Where is the occito
live one mystic night
lendor?
flaking your dreams come ?
of the lands beyon^ the ?
r Government today. If
iracing salt air to renew ri
on below and learn?about d
nt ships that now make
ieattle, Yokohama, Kobe,
i Manila.
ton oil burning vessels.
minted in faultless taste. I
lly spacious and equipped info,
r water, electric fans, bed ??
n the outside <*nd most
ass enclosed promenades, I ernmi
i V c tldcri
:ing provide diversion for to s*
othtr
raercJ
If I
aeeemmoJalitni, adJriu Mf 1
RAL LINE
rk Strut L. C. Smith Building 7*?1
lint it Wathingttn
ING BOARD
NAVICAZIONE GENERAL! "
mff >! Make your re terra ti on? b
rtwl| now for your Home Coming
from Europe on the
VSai New Palatial
H m. GIULIO CESARE c
PWmi Ouadruple screw
21.700 tons reu. Speed 20 knots. '
Most cabins witli private bath ^
GENOA Aug. 11 >
fcM NAPLES Aug. 12 u
Due New York Au(. 21 ?
i|(A Sailing from N. Y. Aug. 30 F
(aMf For reservations on above
eWM Hales and for sailings on other f *
xjJE * Steamer t apply to any Tourist
rifi* Italia-America Shipping Corp. g
' Q * State Street, New York ^
I vJ iTlMf JILlLkVAi IIT3
xri.UlAI. ACUlCh. I
Steamers oj this Line carry Mail
~ai,l /'naamofr- ,???// mnil ?irn?.nr.
(y regardless of cargo offered. I
FRIK-IH AMI I'ASPKNOEIt MI.KVIC1 I
To CADIZ & BARCELONA 1
II. M. S. Manuel ( nho May in
I'a "hi* offers should ho on hoard 4 l'.M. May 11%>
II. M. s. Antonio l,?ppy. About .luno 'iH
II. M. S. Mont hoi rat About Jul/ It
To VIGO, CORUNA, GIJON,
SANTANDER and BILBAO
R. M. S. Krina Marin ('rl.llnii.Akuiit May It
(Via Havana. I J
To HAVANA & VERA CRUZ 1
It. M. S. Antonio l op.-* About May .'11 j /
R. M. JJ, Mostmrnl . \l?>nt .lone 16 ;l
For further parttrnlare nppfy I*
MIS I.l.ANSO. Agrnt,
Tier S, K. R. Telephone Bowling Green 5IVJ. I
NEW YORK?CALIFORNIA
AND RBTITRN
111 AUTOMOBILE.
For particular* refer to Tho Tmne- j
continental Automobile Tour* Fcrvlcc, I
TIM t.'Kington Axe., New York City.
.. - 1
1
922.
1KWOR
very S second*,'' flash 0.5 second, eclipse I |
.5 seconds. *
The master of American atr Noccalula r
nrts tliut on April 'M and May 10-J. j
harlotte Harbor (Kla) entrance gas and bi ll .
uoy was not burning.
V.ADLL ncrun i J.
PASSENGER STEAMERS ARRIVED.
iKRGENSFJORD (Nor), at Christlanla D-i.
MPREBS OF ASIA .Dim, at Hons Kong
12th.
.STONIA (Dan), at T.tbau Oth.
AORM1NA (Ital). at Naples 7th.
PASSENGER STEAMERS SAILED.
lQUITANIA (Br), from Southampton 13th
for New York.
IMPRESS OF BRITAIN (Br), from Liver-I
pool 12th for St John. XB.
IMPRESS OF JAPAN (Br). from Kobe lltn i
for Vancouver.
"INLAND, from Southampton 12th for NPw 1
York.
lOLDEN STATE, from Yokohama 11th for
San Francisco.
IKYSTONE STATE, from Kobe 11th for
Seattle.
TALIA (Br), from Barl 10th for Now York.
1RDUNA (Br), from Southampton 12th fur
New York.
CYTHIA (Br), from Queenstown 12(h for
New York.
Vrrival* at and Departure* from
Foreign Port*.
ADEN, May 12?Sailed, elr Memphis City
from Calcutta), New Orleans.
ALGIERS, May tt? Sailed, sir Marte (Ital),
'ey West.
Continopd on Fol'owlnjr Pnjrc.
ITKAMSmPS, EXCURSIONS and TOTltt,
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irRoute
Write for Booklet
Your Government withet the name of
' 'try frinfective traveler. If you a< t
mtidering an ocean voyage anywhere,
nd the information blank now?no matr
when y ou intend to go. You will
retire without Co it the Government'i
toilet of authentic travel information;
etcription of tie U.S. Government shipi
nd literature telling of liingt to tee in
irelgn landt. You will be under no
iligation. ?.
INFORMATION BLANK
To U. S. Shipping Board
'nation Offici Wiahiottoa, D. C.
148 EO
ate tend without obligation the U. 8. Govcnt
Booklet giving travel facta. I am conng
a trip to The Orient to Europe
tttn American* 1 would travel tatrlatt Q
jd Goiar alone Q with family Q with
I I have dehnltely decided to go [J 1 am
y considering the pottlbility ot a trip .
go date will be
,
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INFORMATION OFFICE148EO
WASHINGTON. P. C.
Clark'* Cruises by C. P. R. Steamers J
:LARK'S 3rd CRUISE, JAN. 23, 1923
round the world
By the Specially Chartered Superb 'Z P. R.
-a. "Empreieof France" ia,481 groaatons
A floating palace for the whole trip. Route:
New York. Panatn*. San Franciaco. Honolulu.
H daya in Japan. China, Manila. Java.
Singapore. Burmah. Option of 19 daya in
India, Ceylon. 4 daya in Cairo, Naplea.
Havre, Southampton: I atop overal (Juebeo
Hy. to Montreal and New York.
4 MONTHS, $1,000 and up
Including Hotela, Drivea, Cuidea, Feci, ete.
:LARK'S 19lh CRUISE, FEB. 3, 1923
rH?E mediterranean
By Specially Chartered. Suroptuona S. 3.
EMPRESS of SCOTLAND" oil buroer. 25.0(1(1
roaa tona; 65 DAYS CRUISE. $600 and up; 19daya
> Egypt and Paleatine: Spam. Italy, Greece, etc.
E JROPF?Paaaion Play Toura, $400 up.
'RANK C. CLARK, t imet Building, New York
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Red Cross Line
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DRND MM l( VACATION flUMQ
FOKKUiN AMERICA. NOVEL, UK
UtillTlVL X lllAITllt.lVIM. TRIP
to
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NO T'ASPPOnTP NEEDED
No hotel bills, change* or transfers (you i
live on th" ship>. Palling* May 27,
June 17. July J, July 13,
Kor full particulars apply to
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^EUROPEAN TOUR!
pean Tours offer you "The Be
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10. 1923. Rates J
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