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3CHLESINGER QUITS AS AID OF LASKER General Counsel of Shipping Board to Join Law Finn Here September 1. prciaJ Dispatch to Tub New Yo?k Hbrai n. ?w York Herald Bureau. ) Washington, 1). C.? Aug. 2#. I Announcement waa made to-day by L D. I-asker, Chairman of the Shlp ,tng Board, that he had accepted tt)e slgnation of Elmer Schlesingor of Chi- | igo, for more than a year general ounsel for the board. Mr. Sch'.esinger 1 ad been considered one of the ablest j lieutenants Mr. La.skor had In unravel-) lag the tangled affairs of the Govern ment merchant marine. The resignation is to take effect Sep ember 1, when Mr. Schles?*>ger will ave Washington to Join trie law firm f Stanchfield and Levy of New York, j He will Immediately take part In the) unmerger case" of the Southern Pacif .c and Central Pacific Railroads. Mr. Schlesingor had been for many ears a partner in the firm of Mayer, layer, Austrian and Piatt of Chicago. rn announcing his departure from the ?hipping Board he stated that the ?ecent death of Levi Mayer was par ?ially responsible for his decision to ? nter private business at this time. Mr. Schlesingor came into national ? rominence recently when, on his ad ice, Chairman Lasker ruled that ves els? of the Shipping Board could dis pense liquor outside the three mile limit. In his letter of resignation Mr. Scljjes .nger declared that the work of put :iig the legal department of the Ship ping Board In order had been aocom diahed?a task which he stated would have been impossible had it not been or the support of President Harding, 'hairman Lasker and Attorney General i laugherty. The chaos in the legal de partment of the board when he took it iver, Mr. Schlesingor declared, was "be yond human comprehension." Following Is his letter of resignation: Mr dear Lasker : It is with a heavy heart that I am compelled to hand you my resig nation as General Counsel of the United States Shipping Bourd, to take effect September 1st. It was my earnest wish and desire to lend what little assistance I could to you and the Shipping Board in your noble effort to establish an American Mer chant Marine until that task should have been completed. Unfortunately, personal considerations have made that Impossible. Your genius and un daunted courage and unflagging en ergy have been a great inspiration to me. Surely, If the task you have set for the country and for yourself can be accomplished by any human agency, you will succeed in It. My regret at leaving is somewhat tem pered by the fact that I truly be lieve those I am leaving behind me are fully competent and able to carry on the work of the legal department of the United States Shipping Board. I need not add that you have only to call on me at any time in the fu ture for any assistance which I can give. I have the very deepest feel ings of affection not only for yourself j but for the members of the Shipping Board and of the Emergency Fleet ' Corporation, with whom I have toiled shoulder to shoulder during the past | year. Yours very truly. Et.MER SCHLESINOER, CONGESTION DELAYS COAL SHIPPING TO U. S. British Docks Not Equipped for Rush Orders. The congestion of shipping awaiting coal cargoes at English and Welsh ports baa reached such a point that delays in loading of from four to five weeks may now be expected, according to ad vices reaching marine circles yesterday, j Shipments cannot he assured of deiiv- i ery within a reasonable time unless j special berthing arrangements have been made with the collieries. British coal export facilities have been j strained to the uttermost limit by the demand from America, which comes at a time when shipments are being de manded for various points In Conti nental Europe, tho West Indies and South America. Navy Orders Special Dispatch to Tub New York JIbbai.:>. New York Herald Bureau, ) Washington, D. C.. Aug. 2R. } These naval orders were made public to day: Moses. Capt. Stanford, to Assistant Com mandant, Twelfth Naval District. Richardson, Commander Louis C., to Fifth Naval District. Townsend, Commander Lloyd W,, to con tinue treatment Naval Hospital, Washing ton. Dick, Lieutenant Commander Thomas M., relieved active duty. Miles, Lieutenant Commander Alfred H., to u. S. S. Curlew as executive officer. Howard, Lieutenant Commander Jasper V.. to U. s. 8. Procyon. Austin, Lieut. William D., to Hydrngra phlc Office, Navy Department, Washing ton. Cooper, Lieut. Thomas V., to U. 8. P Curlew. Drake, Lieut. Nels, to navy yard, Fhila delphta. Orr, Lieut. Leslie K., to naval operations. Navy Department, Washington. Rundqulst, Lieut Karl, to U. 8. 8. Bridge, port. Wunch. Lieut Edward W., to command V. 8 .8. 0-12. Champion. Lieut. Albert N., to Naval Medical School, Washington, D. C. Dearing, Lieut. Arthur H. to R8 Ran Francisco. Following to Naval Medical School, Wash ington: Gardner, Lieut. Francis P.; Gordon, Lieut. James K.; Kaveney, "Lieut. Joseph J.; Keaney, Lieut. Felix P.; Montgomery. Lieut. Howard H. I Prescott, Lieut Eustace If.; Robbing, Lieut. John H.; Silverman, Lieut. Ms*. Shattuek, Lieut. Gerald A., to Supply Officer's Division 25, destroyer squadrons, Atlaniio fleet. RcJiuinacher, Lieut. Theodore L., to Naval Academy. Hill. Lieut Harold J., to tT. 8. 8. Procyon. c Army Orders .-penal Dispatch to Tub New Yo?r IIbraid. New York Herald Bureau, ) Washington, If. Aug. 2f?. f These army orders were made public to day: AIR SERVICE. Fltrgerald, Major Rhepler W., to Kelly Field. Lanagan, Flret I,lent. WtllLm M., to Langley Field. ENGINEERS. Butler, First Lieut. Frederick R , to Fort Bill. FIELD ARTILLERY Shepherd. Major William If , to Fort ; la?s Moines. GENERAL STAFF. Sunderland, Lieut.-Cot. Archibald H., to San Francisco. INFANTRY. Wood, Lieut.-Col. KtnaMo R-, to Wash ington. Farnum. Major Francis H , to Fort Ranks. Jacobs. Major Janice, to Fort Sheridan. Maddox, f'apt. LouIj W , to Nogalcs. SIGNAL CGRPS. <"1arko, t le i l.|.,ui, carter W., to Fort ^rn Hour tun. CLOSING C TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. TUESDAY. AUGUST 29. Azores Islands and Gibraltar (Italy must M specially addressed), via Ponta Delgada, Gibraltar and Naples; also parcel post malls for Azores Island.! and Gibraltar, str AKA Bl<8 :d0 AM. Azores Islands and Gibraltar (Italy must be specially addressed) via Ponta Dalgada, Gibraltar and Naples; by rail to Boston. Mass. and thence by str ARABIC 8 PM. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. Europe. Africa and West Asia (Norway. Canary Islands and Italy must be specially addre.'ieed> via Plymouth and Havre; also parcel post mails for France and the coun tr'ua mentioned In note B below (connecting dispatch for Cairo-Bagdad air mall), etr FRANCE. 8 AM (sup 9 :3d AM t). Europe. Africa and West Asia via Plym outh and Cherbourg (mall must be specially addressed, str PRESIDENT VAN BUREN, 8 AM (sup 10:30 AM t). Italy via Naples; also parcel post malls for Italy, str G1ULIO CESARE, 11 AM. Germany (specially addressed only) via Bremen, str HANNOVER. 12:30 PM. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. Europe, Africa and West Asia (Norway ami Canary Islands must be specially ad dressed) via Plymouth and Cherbourg; also parcel post malls for Great Britain, Ire land. France and the countries mentioned In notes A and B below, via Plymouth and Cherbourg; also parcel post mails for Ger many. Austria. Uzeeho-Slovakta, Hungary ] and Switzerland via Hamburg, str MONGO LIA (sea post), 7 AM. sup 0 AM t). Europe, Africa and West Asia via Plym outh and Cherbourg (mall must be specially addressed), str CARONIA, 8 AM (9:30 I AM t). Cork and Queenstown via Queenstown (other parts of In land and other countries must be specially addressed for dispatch by this steamer via Liverpool), str SCYTHIA. 8 AM (sup 9:3d AM t> Canary Islands and Senegal (Morocco and other parts of West Africa must be specially addressed) via Rabat. Tenerlffe, Las Palmaa, Dakar, Bathurst, Btssao, Conakry, Free town, Monrovia, Grand Bassatn, Seecondee ami Accra; also parcel post malls for Santa Cruz de Tenerlffe, Cadiz and Liberia, str I WEST HESSELTINE. 8:30 AM. Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland via Chrlstlansand. Chriatlanla and Copcn ha.ren; also parcel post malls for Norway, Swe.1 a and Denmark, str HELLIG OLAV, 10 AM (sup m m AM t). Germany (specially eddressed only) via Bremen and Danzig; also parcel post malls for Poland, str SUSQUEHANNA. 10:30 AM. Italy (pared post mails and specially ad dressed correspondence) via Naples, str PA TRIA, 11 :30 AM. Estlionla and Finland (specially addressed only) via Revnt and Helslngfors; also par cel post tnslls for Esthonln and Finland, str I EASTERN COAST. 12 M. Cork and Queenstown via Queenstown (other parts of Ireland and other countries must be specially addressed via Liverpool): by rail to Boston, Mass, and thence by str I SCYTHIA, 8 I'M. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. Norway via Bergen; also parcel post malls for Norway, etr BERGENSFJORD, 9:30 AM (sup 10 AM t). South Africa (specially addressed only) via Cape Town; also parcel post malls for Union of South Africa, Beelmnnaland Pro tectorate, Portuguese East Africa. Northern and Southern Rhodesia and Southwest Africa Protectorate, str SANDOWN CASTLE, 12 M. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Europe. Africa and West Asia via Plym outh and Boulogne (mail must be specially addressed); also parcel post malls for Neth erlands via Rotterdam, str RYNDAM, 8 AM (sup 9:30 AM t). Belgium and Luxemburg (specially ad dressed only) via Antwerp; also parcel post mails for Belgium, Luxemburg and Belgian Congo, str GOTHLAND. 9:30 AM. Europe, Africa and West Asia via South ampton (mall must be specially addressed), str BERENGARIA. J1 AM (sup 12:30 PM t). Europe, Africa and West Asia (Great Britain, Ireland. South Africa. Madeira. Cape Verde Islands and Sierra Leone must be specially addressed) via Cherbourg and Southampton, str OLYMPIC, 11 AM (sup 12:30 PM t). Great Britain. Ireland. South Africa, Ma deira, Cape Verde Islands and Sierra Leone (other countries must be'speclally addressed) via Plymouth and Cherbourg; also parcel post malls for Great Britain. Ireland, France and the countries mentioned In notes A and B below via Plymouth and Cherbourg: also parcel post mails for Germany. Austria. Czecho-Slovakla. Hungary and Switzerland via Bremen, str AMERICA (sea post), 11 i AM (sup 12:30 PM 1). MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CEN TRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES, AC. TI ESDAY, At'OUST 29. North Brazil and Iqultos via Para. Ceara, ; Maranham and Manaos, str POLYCARP, 10 AM. WEDNESDAY. AUGrST 30. Bermuda via Hamilton, str FORT 6T GEORGE, 7:30 AM. Jama!-a. Canal Zone, ranamn. El Salva dor (print.'. Ac, except La Union and Pan Miguel), Nicaragua (except East ("oastl, Amapala City. Choluteea (also prints, &r. 1 for Naraome, Tegucigalpa and Y'uscaran) in j Honduras, Colombia. Ecuador and tetfer I mall for Peru (except Iqultos), Bolivia and : Chile (other parts of Honduras must be ape- i elally addrxised) via Kingston.. Cristobal, j Cartagena. Savanllla and Pants Marts, str CARR1LLO, 8 AM (sup 9 AM 1). Turks Island and Dominican P.epubllc vis I 3F MAILS. Turks Island, Monte Chrlstl, Puerto Plata, Samaria, Sanchez. La Romana, San Pedro de Maoorls, San Domingo City, Axua and Harahona, str HURON, 'J 30 AM (sup 10 AM t). THURSDAY, AUGUST SI. Grenada, St Vincent, Trinidad, Cludad Bol ivar and Guiana via Grenada. Trinidad and Georgetown, sir MARAVAL, 8 AM. Porto Rico (Canal Zone and Panama must be specially addressed) via San Juan and Cristobal, V S army transport ST MIHIEL, 1 0 AM (sup 10 AMI. Yucatan and Campeche (Cuba and otheri parts of Mexico must be specially addressed) Ma Havana, Progreso, Vera Cruz and Tani r>teo; also parcel post malls for the Mexican ! States of Campeche, Chiapas, Guerrero, HI- : ilalgo, Mexico, Morales, Oaxaca. Puebla. | Tlaxcala, Vera Cruz and Yucatan, str MON TEREY, 10 AM (f). Haiti (Curacao and Venezuela must be specially addressed) via Cape Haiti, Port de 1'alx, Gonalvcs, St Marc, Port au Prince, Petit Goave, Mlragoanc, Jeremte, Aux Cayes, Jacmol, Laguayra, Puerto Cabello, Curacao and Maracaibo, str ASTREA, 13 M. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. City of Nuevltas, Cuba (other parts of Cuba must be specially addressed), via Nue vitau, str MUNAMAH. 9 AM. Jamaica (Cuba must be specially ad dressed) via Santiago and Kingston, str PORT ANTONIO, t> AM. Canal Zone, Panama, EI Salvador (prints, tc). Nicaragua (except East Coast), Ama pala City, Cholutcca (also prints. &c, for Naraome. Tegucigalpa and Yuscaran) In Honduras, Cauca and Narino 1 lepartmenis of Colombia and Ecuador (Guatemala and other parts of Honduras must bo specially addressed) via Cristobal. Balboa, Corlnto, La I.lbertad and San Jose de Guatemala, str .VENEZUELA, 11 AM (sup 13 M t). St Kltts. Nevis, Antigua. Montserrat, Gua deloupe, Dominica, Martinique, St Lucia and Barbados (St Thomas, St Croix, Grenada, St Vincent, Trinidad and GiJIana must bo specially addressed) via St Thomas, St Croix, St Kltts, Antigua, Guadeloupe, Dominica. Martinique, St Lurla and Barbados, str PAR1MA, 11 AM (sup 13 M t). SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Ceara (other parts of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay must be specially ad dessed) via Ceara, Rto Janeiro, Santos. Montevideo and Buenos Aires, str BOS WEI.L. 6:30 AM. Newfoundland via St- Johns, str SILVIA, 7 AM. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Close at New York at G PM, as follows: Hawaii U), Guam and (except letter mall) Philippine Islands via San Francisco, U S irmy transport GRANT, Aug 31. Hawaii ti) via San Francisco, str MAT SONIA, Sept 1. Japan, Coren and China (specially ad Irossed only) via San Francisco, str KOREA MARU, Sept 1. Japan, Corra, China, Siberia, French Indo Chlna, Netherlands East Indies (except Su matra) and (t) Philippine Islands via Van couver and Victoria. BC; also parcel poet malls for Shanghai City, str EMPRESS OF RUSSIA. Sept 3 (*). Japan, Coren anil China (specially ad dresscd only) via Seattle: also parcel post malls for Japan, China, Siam, French Indo china and Straits Settlements, str ARIZONA MARU, Sept 3. Tahiti, Marquesas, Cook Islands, New Zea land and Australia via San FrtLnclsco; also parcel post malls for Society Islands. Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia, 'str TAHITI, Sent 3. Japan and Corea via Seattle; also parcel post malls for Japan and Corea, str YOKO HAMA MARU, Sept 3. Hawaii (J), Japan, Corea. China; Siberia, French Jndo-China, Netherlands East In dies (except Sumatra) and Philippine Isl ands <t) via San Francisco; also parcel post malls for Japan. Corea, China. Slain, French [ndo-Chlna and Straits Settlements, str PRESIDENT TAFT. Sept 7. ?Ordinary (unregistered) letters mailed up lo S I'M the next day will, provided there Is no delay In the overland transit, reach Seat tle In time for 'onnectlon with the steamer mentioned. ^Supplementary malls accepted on pier. I All classes of mail. Including domestic parcel post, sent to Hawaii, Guam and Phil ippine Islands by the above dispatches. Malls dated Moukden Aug G, Kobe 0th and Yokohama 10th, which arrived per etr Yoko lama Maru, were dispatched East from Seattle on Aug 34. and malls dated Slnga- , pore July 27. Canton 31st, Hong Kong Aug I 1. Moukden Sth, Kobe 11th and Yokohama 12th which arrived per str Protesllaus were i dispatched East from Seattle on Aug 24. rhese malls are due In New Y'ork on the I morning of Tuesday Aug 29. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS DUE AT NEW YORK. Str OLY'MPTC due Aug 20 with malls from Auiitrla, Belgium, British India, Denmark. France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, South Africa nnd Sweden. Steamer left Southampton Aug 23. Str BERENGARIA due Aug 30 with mails for Belgium, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Ru mania. Switzerland, Turkey Rnd Y'ugo Slavla. Steamer left Cherbourg Aug 24. Str MAURETANIA due Sept 1 with mails from Austria, Belgium, Czeeho-Slovakla, Franco. Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Sweden, Swlfzer land, Turkey and Yugo-Slavla. Steamer loft j .. e>< ? OS Southampton and Cherbourg Aug 2' Str CEDRlC duo Sept 3 with malls from Great Britain. Steamer left Liverpool Aug 29. NOTE A?PARCEL POST MAILS VIA ENGLAND?To Abyssinia. Aden (Including Porlrnt, Afghanistan (Kabul), Ascension, Belgium Congo (Katanga Province only), British Central Africa (Nyasaland Protectornto), British India, British Somallland, Cameroon* (British), Cape Verde Islands, Ceylon, Cyprus, Egypt, Egyptian Sudan, Talklanig Islands, Trench India (specially addressed). Gambia. Gold Coast Colony, Kenya and ITganda, Macao (China), Madeira. Malta. Mauritius, Mesopotamia, New Hebrides (Including the Banks and Torres Islands), Nigeria, Nyasaland Protectorate, Palestine. Pemba, Persia, Portuguese India, Portuguese Timor, Portuguese West Africa, Russia In Europe, Including Ukraine; Russia In Asia, except Turkestan: fit. Helena, Panta Cruz Islands, Seychelles, Sierra f,eone, Smyrna. Tanganyika Territory, Tlhet Tognland (British), Trans-Jordanla. (Territory East of Jordan River), Turkey (Constantinople), and Zanzibar. NOTE B?rARCFI. PONT MAI I.N VIA FRANCE?To Algeria, Cameroun. Corsica, Dahomey, French Guinea. French establishments In India, French Tndo-Chlna (Annam, Cambodia, Cochln-China. Laos and Tonkin), French Post Offices In China, French fiomall land. Trench Soudan (Upper Senegal. Niger and Upper Volta), Gabon, Ivory Coast,' Madagascar and dependencies (Madagascar, Ste Marie de Madagascar, Nosslbe, Comoro Islands, Mayotte, Gde Comoro, AnJounn and Mobell), Mauritania. Mlddlo (Trench) Congo, Monaco, Morocco (cxri-pt Spanish), New Caledonia and dependeneles, Niger Territory, Reunion, Senegal. Togoland (French), Syria (French), (Beyrouth, Damascus, Aleppo and the Western and Eastern Zone), Tunis, Turkey (Constantinople and Brusa). DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS. [Vessels Sail on Daylight Paving Time.] SAII. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. Alvarado, Buenaventura, Ac, 42 N R Polycarp, Para, Ac, 33d et. Bklyn. Arabic, NapTa, Ac. 38 N R 11:00 AM Munsomo. Vera Cruz, 9 E R SAII, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 30. Anncnndn, Antwerp. 3 Army Bass, Brooklyn SAII, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. Boston City, Hull, fit) N n Caroni*. Hamburg. 54 N R Noon Chicago, Havre, 57 N R 3 .00 PM Cltta dl Meaclna, Naples, Pfl N R. Eastern ("oast, Reval, Ac. 3 Army Base, Bklyn Florldlan, San Francisco, 0 Bush Dock/:, Bklyn Helllg Olav, Copenhagen, 17th St, Oar Ho. Sen's Ma~tn, Ac. 0 N R? 11:00 AM Hoboken 1:00 PM E E ??? ... New Orleans, r. 1 N R... ? Maraval, Trinidad, Ac, 24 Bklyn.. 11:00 AM El ?? mi: u. Gnlvoeton. 51 N R... j Mongolia, Hamburg, 59 N R 11:00 AM r -? He- tmala, 95 N It. 11 00 AM 1 Monterey. Havana. Ac, 13 E R.... 1 :U> PM I'n III, r. "7 N It Noon Mount Clay. Hamburg, 8(1 N R.... Noon (; . v nples, 07 N R.... Noon Munarden, Manatl, An, 9 E R : B" men 0th St, Hoboken 2:00 PM Patria, Naples, Ac, 31st St. Bklyn. 3:00 PM II T irks Island. Ac, 34 Bklyn Noon St Mlhtcl, Pan Juan. Ac, 2 Army Pa runs, \ni-rau, Ac. 9 E R Rase. Bklyn !'??? ' Van Huron, London. 4 Schoharie, Hamburg, B7th st. Hob .Ti 1:00 PM Bklyn i Scythla, Liverpool. 88 N R Noon SAII. THURSDAY. AUGUST 31. i Susquehanna. Bremen. 8 Hoboken.. 1:00 PM Astera. Cape Haiti, Ac, 12 Bklyn. 3:00PM ; West llesseltlne, Cadiz, Ac, 23 Bellta, Santiago, Ac, 7 N R I Bklyn, ? PORT OF NEW YORK, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1922 Steamers Due in New York ? Ttvtveg, Kingston 2flth United Fruit ateamera uu? in reew I or*. T Vatidjfck. Hamburg 19th Royal Mall DUE TUESDAY. AUGUST 29. VVUlal Penarth 12th | fiteamer. From. Agents. ?, A pa he, Jacksonville 20th Clyde Line Almanac for New York Augutt 29. ' Rundu1' ? vin^VVflth "1" DanlVl Baron a,m r * <? Moon rises.. 1 00 PM Burutu, fit t'neent 10th...... ..Daniel Bacon S||n ;iR Monn ,, 17 PM Cragti'sM, "eStao*. agn.'.V.V... . ...'..UBNar time OF HIGH WATER AUGUST 29. Dun*law, Newport. B, llth..Moulder, W A R Sandy Hook 12 37 AM 1 10 I'M Elzaslor, Immtnguam 12th.Lloyd Royal Beige Governors Island 1 08 AM 1 45 PM 1 Europa. Palermo 15th.... Italla-Am Hell Gate (Astoria).. 3 12 AM 8 45 PM TlXctir City, Cardiff 13th..Chas Hill A- Sons Tile time given In the above table Is East Maine London 12th Atlantic Transport uru standard time and Is furnished by tliu MInnekahda. Hamburg 19th.. .American Line' United fitat<w Coast and Geodetic Purvey. Mount Evans, Barry 11th Turness-Wlthy Tor daylight saving time add one hour. Nervier, Immtnghani lltb.t.loyd Royal Beige1, . Niels It Tlnsen, Nlquero 22d Ward t.lne Olympic, Southampton 23d..White Star Line Orizaba, Havana 20lh Ward Line Port Antonio, Port Antonio 23d .United Fruit Storaker, Ardrossan 10th....3 O Stray A Co Vechtdyk, Itotlerdam 18th Holland-Am Venezuela, Cristobal tilth.. W R Grace A Co DUB WEDNESDAY. AEOU8T .10. Brrergarla, Southampton 24th..Cunard Line i *lty of Atlanta, fiavaunah 27th...Ocean 88 Co Dampto, Newport, Eng. 12th ?? I ARRIVFn ',1 find, Gnlv d(?n 24th ....Southern Tarlfle nnniTW. (iaute. Ilarrv 10th. Sir Baltic (Br). Liverpool Aug 19 and Gusllelino T*lr<o. Naples 15th Pier, e Bros QueenstOwif 20th, to the White filar Line, Llhertv, Barry 15th J H Wlnrhester A Co *'th 29* D?!. *2(1 second ml,In and 247 President Polk. London IDIh U S Lines 'bird class passengers, malls and mdse Trtvlder, Barry 11": Norton-Lilly w?r't Pier lid. North River. Dl ir Till itvii (1 \ I ril'scr it Sir i Ity of London (l,i), Glasgow and DIE " At. AI (.1 si 31. Movilb Aug 19, to (he Cunard Steamship Brighton, BafAeoa 20th Atlantic Krult j Co, Ltd. with 312 passengers, malls and Canto. Santiago 2t'h Ward Lino mdso. Went to pier 04, North Itlver. Comanche Jacksonville 29th Clyde Line! fitr Stockholm ifiw), Gothenburg Aug 17, Eastern I,awn, Ardrossan 11th, I to the Swedish American Line, with 353 Black Diamond cabin ntul 072 third rlass pnssengers, malls Eseequlho. Havana 27th... Sanderson A Sons and nvlse. Went to pier 97. Nortli River. Fort Vlcforta. Bermuda 29th. .Fumes* Willy | fitr Gothlcstar (Br), Barry Aug 12, to Wll DROPPING OF TIME BALL. NEW YORK, Aug 28?The time hall above th? Navigation and Marine Engineering School of the Seamen's Church Institute. 25 South street, dropped to-day at cxart noon, 75th meridian, or 5 hours slow of Greenwich mean time. Any one desiring correct Green wich mean time telephone Bowling Green 3C20. La Touralno, Havre 22(1 Trench Line I.ltuanla, Copenhagen 19th Baltic-Am Michael, I'ara 19th... Booth 88 Co Apland. Otenfuego* 19th Ward Line Chrl-tlanl* 12th R L Ha ford A McKay, with coal. Went to foot of 11th etreet, Hoboksn, NJ. fitr Hlthonla (Rr), Cardiff Aug 12. to Cor.v-Mnnn -George Hfenmshlp Corporation, with 0.983 tons of coal. I . tent Iloi '-veil, outhanpton 21.: . fitr Gothland (Bilg). Antwerp Aug lfl, to U 8 Lin s| tlte Rui Stn.- Lin", with 120 passengers and 811 vfS, 8t Johrte, NT, 38th....Red Cross Line ' mdse. Went to pier 01, North River, Str West Eldara, Bordeaux Aug 14, to the | Cosmopolitan Shipping Co, with milse. Went I to pier 2, Hoboken, NJ. : j Str Veemiyk (Dutch), Batavla June 26, ' Medan July 6, Colombo 13th. Port Said Slat and Boaton Aug 26, to Punch, Edyc A Co, with mdse. Went to pier 6, Bush Docks, Brooklyn. Str Jolae, Wltuiebah July 20, Axlm Aug 1 and Boaton 26th, to A H Bull & Co, with nidee. Went to New York Dock Co'a pier j 33. Brooklyn. Str Canadian Seigneur (Br), Melbourne ! June 27, Sydney, NSW, SOth, Port Kemble ! July 1, Brisbane 11th and Cristobal Aug is, j to Wllford & McKay, with indae. Went to. New York Dock Co'a pier 39. Brooklyn. Str Etna (Ital), Buenos Aires, Rosarlo and ? Montex ide. Str Orient. Portland. Ore. July 24. Everett ' 29th, Grave Harbor Aug 3. San Franclaco ? | and Cristobal 20th, to the Williams Steam- | ship Co. with mdse. Went to New York \ Dock Co's pier 18, Brooklyn. Str Martinique, Cartagena Aug 14, Puerto I Colombia 17th and Kingston and Port An tonio 23d, to the Clyde Steamship Co, with ti passcngers, malls and mdse. Went to pier 7, Hast River. Str Maracalbo, Daguayra Aug 14, Mara ealbo 16th, Curacao 20th and Mayaguez 22d, to Ullsa, Dallett & Co, with 32 passengers, , malls and mdse. Went to New York Dock ! Co'a pier 11, Brooklyn. Str Porto Itleo, Arroyo Aug 18. Ponce | 20th, Mayaguez 21st, Aguadllla and Areclbo I 22d and San Juan 23d, to the New York and I Porto Rico Steamship Co, with 104 pa.ssen- j sera, mails and mdse. Went to New York Dock Co's pier 35. Brooklyn. Str Byron D Benson. Port Hobos Aug 20. I to the Tidewater Oil Co. with crude oil. An chored off TompklnsvJlle. Str Verona (Nor), Kingston and Port I Morant Aug 23, to the D1 Giorgio Steamship j Co, with fruit. Went to pier 7, East River. j Str Cunanova, Port Antonio Aug 23, to the Atlantic Fruit Co. with 6 passengers and mdse. Went to pier 26, East Klver. Str Sioux City, Clenfuegos Aug 21, to the New York and Cuba Mall Steamship Co, with mdse. Anchored off Staiue of I.lberty. Str Walter D Mtinson, Matanzos Aug 24, to the Muneon Steamship Dines, with sugar. Went to Warner's Sugar Refinery, Edge water, NJ. Str Mun&mar, Nuevltae. to the Munson | Steamship Dines, with mdse. Str Fort St George (BrO, Bermuda Aug 28, to Furnesa, Withy A Co, with 292 pas sengers. malls and mdse. Wont to pier 93. North River. Str El Orients, Galveston Aug 22. to the Southern Pacific Co, with mdse. Went to pier 31. North River. Str Dlrlgo, Port Arthur, to the Texas Co. with mdse. Went to Bergen Point. NJ. Str Gulfatar, Port Arthur, to the Gulf Re fining Co, with oil. Went to Rayonne, NJ. Str Gulf of Mexico. Port Arthur, to the ] Gulf Refining Co. with mdse. Went lo nay- | ohtie. NJ. Str Severance, Sahtno Aug 20, to the Union Sulphur Co. with mdse. Went to foot of Columbia street, Brooklyn. Str Momm, New Orleans .Aug ?, to the Southern Pacific Co. with passengers and mdse. Went to pier 49. North River. i Str M A J Tracy, Norfolk, to the M A J i Tracy Co. with mdse. Went to Hackcnsack. NJ. Str Tlylayl. Norfolk, to the Pocahontas Fuel i Co. with coal. Anchored off Statue of Dlb- | erty. Str Elllnor, Norfolk, to A H Bull A Co, with mdse. Went to New York Dock Co's pier 27, Brooklyn. Str Virginia Express. Richmond, to the Richmond and New York Steamship Co, with mdeo. Wont to pier 40, East Klver. Str Knut Jarl (Nor), Baltimore for Chrie tlansand, to S O Stray & Co, with mdse. Went to New York Dock Co'a pier 4, Brook lyn. Str Philadelphia. Biltlmore, to the Clyde Steamship Co, with mdse. Went to pier 44. North River. Str O A Snider, Philadelphia, to the Union Sulphur Co. with mdse. Went to foot of Co lumbia street. Brooklyn. Str Dewis Duckenbach. Philadelphia, to ; the Duckenbach Steamship Co. with mdse. Went to foot of 31st street. Brooklyn. Str Eocene, towing one barge. Portland. Me. to the Standard Oil Co of New York, with mdse. Anchored off Tomnklnsvllle. Str Kloridlan. Boston, to the United Amer ican Dine, with mdse. Went to pier 6. Bush Dorks. Brooklyn. Tug Atkins Hughes, light. Tugs T J Hooper, light and Eastern, tow ing 2 barges (both arrived 26'h). Tug Well fleet, towing 3 bargee (arrived 27th). WIRELESS REPORTS. Str Europa (Ital). Palermo. Ac. for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 97, North River, about 9 AM Tuesday. Str Olympic (Br), Southampton for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 39. North River, about 5 PM Tuesday. Str Gugllelmo Pierce (Ital). Naples for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 96. North River, late Tuesday evening or early Wednesday morning. Str Vandyck (Br), Hamburg for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 42, North River, Thursday forenoon. Str Mlnnekahda, Hamburg for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 38, North River, about noon Tuesday. Str President Polk. Dondon for New York. Is expected to dock at pier 3, Hoboken. Tuesday afternoon. Str Dltuanla (Dan). Dlbati for New York. Is expected to dock at pier 3. Bush Docks, Brooklyn. Thursday forenoon. Str Rug la (Ger), Hamburg for New Tork, Is expected to dock at pier 80, North River, Friday forenoon. Sir Taormlna (Ital), Naples for New Tork. Is expected to dock at pier 97. North River, Friday forenoon. Str Trevlder (Br), from Barry, due New York 6 AM Wednesday. Str West Harshaw, from Manchester, ex pects to reach Boston Tuesday. Str Alleghany (Br), from Liverpool, ex pecte to reach Boston Wednesday afternoon. By Independent Wirelesx Telegraph Company, Inc. (Distance given In miles; position at noon unless otherwise specified.] Albert E Watts 98 N Hatteras 28th. Clare 406 S Scotland D V 28th. Eastern Sun 363 SE Scotland D V 28th. Elizabeth R. 161 E Atnurosc D V 28th. Dlberty 498 E Ambrose I, V 28th. Margaret Imllar 1.070 E Ambrose L V 28th. Mexico 43 S Jupiter 27th. Mlnnekahda 302 E Ambrose X, V 28th. Orizaba 262 S Scotland I, V 28th. Toner 237 S Scotland I, V 27th. President Adams t) ,361 E Amhroee L V 27th. President Polk 364 E Ambrose D V 28th. Krhodack 214 E Nantucket T, V 28th. Shenandoah passed Brenton Reef light 28th. Slhoney 742 R Scotland D V 28th. Storm King 34 E Ambrose D V 28th. Vauhan 382 RE Ambrose D V 28th. Vincent 383 E Ambrose Ii V 28tb. Walter A Duckenbach 230 R Scotland D V 28th. By the Radio Corporation of America. Albert E Watts 98 N Diamond Shoal I, 28th. Arttgus 140 N Hatteras 27th. Raracoa .'>60 R Ambrose D V 27th. Cacique 290 S Ambrose D V 28th. Caracas 230 SE Ambrose I. V 27th. City of Bnvatinnh 87 N Hatteras 27th. Cuborc 112 B Ambrose D V 28th. Edward I, Dohcny 119 H Hatteras 2Tth. El Almlrsnte 122 N Hatteras 27th. El Isleo 80 N Hatteras 27th. Fl Q Barstow 40 S Hatteras 28th. Feltore 164 S Ambrose D V 27th. Gulftrnde 123 N Diamond Shoal D V 27th. Herbert G Wylls 200 S Ambrose D V 28th. llnmrlck (tug), towing str Monroe, 130 NEHE Cape Henry 27th. India Arrow 20 S Jupiter 27th. J A Moffett, Jr. 84 R Fowey Rock 27th. J N P"w 62 H Overfalls I, V 27th. John Worthlngton 193 H Amhrose D V 28th. I.akeshors 43 S Cape May 27th. Dlvlngston Roe 1.277 E Ambrose D V 27th. Munamar 146 S Ambrose D V 28th. Olympic 630 E Ambrose D V 28th. Orlean 230 S Ambrose I, V 28th. Paris 2.300 E Chatham 2 AM 28th. Paul H Harwood 164 NE Hatteras 2Tth. President Roosevelt 2,147 E Ambrose D V 27th. Reliance 1.808 E Ambrose D V 27th. Resolute 2,030 E Amhrose D V 27th. Ssnts Etilalla 197 R Ambrose D V 28th. Slxaola 1,138 S Amhrose D V 27th, fltandard 73 SRE Cape llenrv 26'h. Rterl Mariner 1.031 E by N Charleston 27th. Suneweco 18 SB Jupiter 27th. Rwlfteagle 4.3 E by N Hatteras 28th. Rwlftscout 180 KW Hatteras 28th. Swlftatar 67 SB Hatteras 28lh. Rwlftwlnd 430 S Rrenton Reef t.tgbt ?8fh. T J Williams 1,033 E Overfalls J, V 27th. Tuscslooea City 1.030 NE Porto Rico 27th. Vacuum 13 N Hatteras 28t.h. W C Teaple passed Rand Key 27th. Walter A Duckenbach 230 S Amhrose D V 28th. Wellington 36 N Hatteras 27th. Wlllhllo 121 R Ambrose T, V 26th. Zoppot 131 S Ambrose T, V 28th. PASSED CITY ISLAND. Bound South. Ftr Calvin Austin, Roston for New Tork (at 6:43 AM). s.-hr Mary Ruth. Nantucket for New York Schr Altana M Jagger, Prnvldenra for New York. Tugs Battlrboro, towing 3 bargr* (at 7 MWltlt-m WAt.lt OR WANTED. ! FOB HADE?Band asws, timber end harr tab??^T * Esniflnes'^'evaporato^ra "'ryii'n* giij^^r1""5407 Fur BADE Tug, built 18*1; engine 14 in?h. aAIcvcy m"p r*r"tl J3'800 MoVntos Y- Broadway. Bowllns Green 76 . Wdl.Nm.Itir"ITllJr ,U.b*"' 1Vf lnctl'? (SiSi( Bww? ' Mt lon?' 2145 Herald. 28 AM): Norfolk, towing 8 (at 10 AM) rain# D, towing 8 (at 8:15 PM). Bound Eaat. Schr Laforrost L Plmmona, New York for Taunton. CLEARED. 3tr Arabic (Br). Marollall. Asoree, Gib raltar. Ac. via Boston (general and resi due)?White Star Line. Str Kuryndts (Br). Andrews, Yokohama, Kobe, Ac. via Norfolk and Panama Canal (general)?Punch. Kdye A Co. Str Alvarado (Br). Owen. Puerto Colombia. Cristobal. Ac. via Panama Canal (general) ? Sanderson A Son. Str David McKelvy. Lagortte, Tamplco ' (ballast)?D T Warden. Str Munsomo. Sandln. Tamplco and Vera Cruz (general)?Muneon Steamship Lines. Str Clt.v of* St Louis. Johnson. Savannah (general)?Ocean Steamship Co. Str Jefferson. Horaley. Norfolk (general)?J Old Dominion Transportation Co. 1 Str Virginia Kxpreae. Johnson. Richmond (general)?Richmond and New York Steam ship Co. Str Sahale, Roper (from London). Phila delphia (residue)?Export Transportation Co. Str Eastern Pilot. Peterson. St Johns. Bris tol and Cardiff (general)?J JI Winchester & Co. Str Asborg (Nor). Elllngsen. gt John (bal last)?Blldberg-Sagen Co. Str Delaware. Robinson, Portland (gen eral)? Eastern Steamship Co. Str Kellx Taussig, Keen. Boston (In tran sit)?Houlder. Weir & Boyd. Str Calvin Austin. Call. Boston (general)? Eastern Steamship Corporation. Barge Charles W Balrtl. Dahlman, Windsor i (ballast)?J F Whitney & Co. SAILED. Strs Zoppot (Danz), Port Lobos; Storm King, Rotterdam; David McKelvy, Tamplco; Jefferson, Norfolk; Jonancy, do. Strs Tasmania (Sw), Gothenburg (not as before reported); Hansel (Nor)* Baltimore. Str West Hematite, New Orleans. Bark City of Beaumont, Norfolk. Sailed 28th, tugs Bermuda, towing 2 barges (passed out Sandy Hook at ,3:30 PM); John A Hughes .light (do at r>:]0 PM). Sailed 27th, strs Wlllhllo, Los Angeles, Ac: Hallnioor (Br), Philadelphia. Sailed 27th, tuga Resolute, towing 2 barges (passed out Sandy Hook at 8:10 AM); Tri ton. towing 3 (do at 9:05 AM); Harold, towing 3 (do at 9:50 AM); T J Hooper, towing 3 (do at 11:50 AM); Mercury, tow ing 1 (do at 3:02 PM). Tho corrected reading of the barometer (reduced to sea level) at New York on Monday, Aug 29. 1922. at 9 AM. as reported by the United States Weather Bureau, was twenty-nine and nlnrty-nlno hundredths (29.99) Inches. This cloeely approximates seven hundred and sixty-one and seven-tenths (701.7) millimeters. Captains of all vesscln now lying In or near tho ports of New York and Brooklyn can advantageously use the above official data for observing whether their own barometers require any consider able correction or adjustment. Wind at Sandy Hook. 7 PM. NB. light; partly cloudy; smooth cea. FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE. GRAMS. CAPE RACE. NT, Aug Barometer a> noon, 80.30 Inches; wind. SW, light breeze: weather, dens* fog; temperature, 00 deg Fahr, Wind* Off the Atlantic Coast. Hatteras to Key West - Moderate eaatterly winds and weather partly cloudy Tuesday. East Gulf of Mexico?Moderate easterly winds over north niul fresh and possibly strong easterly winds over south portion; ; weather partly cloudy; rains over extreme south portion Tuesday. West Gulf of Mexico?Moderate easterly winds: weather generally fair Tuesday. Caribbean Ben and Windward Passage? : Moderate to fresh east to south winds, ex cept strong northeast over northwest pnr- ' tlons; cloudy weather, probably rain Tues day. North of Sandy Hook?Moderate and vari able winds, becoming aouth and southwest; weather fair Tuesday. Bandy Hook to Hatteras?Gentle variable j winds: weather fair Tuesday. Hatteras to Florida Stratls?Moderate east- I crly winds and weather partly cloudy Tues- I day. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Fir Schoharie, from Philadelphia, lost port anchor and chain while coming to anchor In the harbor yesterday. Str Storm King, hence 26th for Rotter dam, anchored In Gravecend Bay for repairs to fuel heaters; proceeded yesterday. BOSTON. Mass. Aug 28?Schr Frances L Taussig, from Walton. NS, for New York. Continued on Following Page. STEAMSmrs. EXCURSIONS and TOrRS. LINE. to BOSTON Cape Cod and New England Points Dally Service All Year Round Concerts Afternoon* and Evening* Lv. Pier 14, N. R., Fulton St., 5.30 P. M. NEW BEDFORD LINB-To New Bedford and the Islands of Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket. Steamer* leave weekdays only from Pier 40, N. R? foot of Houston St., 6.00 P. M. NEW LONDON UNE-Lv. Weekdays only. Pier ?0,N.R..HoustonSt..5.30 P.M. All Schedules Daylight Saving Tima Reduced rates on automobiles when as* compsnlsd by passenger. Tickets and information at all piers and Consolidated Ticket Offices. B DAILY EXCURSION to E A R MOUNTAIN Mm The Playgrounds, Athletic Ficftl, Rote hoofs, Dan cm p Pavilion and Picnic Craves ARK FUND. Beautiful scenic motor trips and Cafeteris service at popular prices Faint?(? Bear Mountain fun. Dxliner served at $1.75. Fiuit Steel sir. LKHMIINT" I ts. Ret tery Dally, 9; W. I32d St., 9:15 a. M. EXTRA BOAT Tl Ks., WKDs. A TKl'Rs steel Str. "ONTEOKA" I.v*. PIER A. NORTH RIVKIt (adjoining Battery Park), 10 A. M.; W. 132d St , 10:13 A. M " ' " " ' ' " ' " ? '?" Ol.| ??/ ,1i) A, i?I. Round 1 rin W**May?. 60c. riiiidrrn. :in< nuuiiu If Suns.&IInN.,$|. r-hlldrrn. 5Uo Refreshments, Music, Dancing.' PalNndes Interstate Park Commission. Phones Howling Green 758.3-7875. The PuMto Be Pleated." BOSTON? PROVIDENCE $360 COLONIAL LINE ?-30"p"d*VnW^"^ niid".?undays "a[ M (Daylight Raving Time), Ail Oiit*lrl* Staterooms. PHONE CANAL 1600. ;0S70N63 METROPOLITAN UNB Via Cape Cod Canal CweeHn* at Boston far Partial Recklantl, Bangor, 8t. John, a a ? Yai ?' ? ^ _ jnth, N. 8. stwuner leaves Pier 18, N Murray 9t.) New Y op Sunday*, at 5 P. M. Time). Telephone EASTERN S, S. LINES w. IN St. :30 111.1 18:48 $tls 11:48 8;3li 11:48 7 i.to 8:88 g;3o ? :?8 P.M. Pier 1. N. It. 10:18 8:00 11:28 0:00 11:88 7:18 1:8* 8:20 :4B 8:30 3:48 P.r Ceney talent 18:M 8:34 1:88 7:M 8:88 aw 3:48 B:W 8:00 18:38 rockaway"beach It* a'M.81, | lOMs'-A*- Mi I 8R7o"ra Telephone WHITEHALL 127# or iirGHi.Avns. OCEANIC and RED HANK. Connecting willi "Anto llus" Direct te *A)NG BRANCH AND ASRCRY PARK Lv. Franklin 8t.,Pl?r 21,N.rL,weck day*.8:18 A.M., 1:48 P.M.; Battery,8:53 A M ,3*15 p u SUNDAYS L'v- franklin St., B 30 A. M.,: Rettery. R 30 and R 55 A M. STR. MANDAI.AV to Atlantic Highlands !?*"? Battery Dally ?9:3ft A. M.. t :3ft a R P. M. (?emitted Mona.) Tel. Broad 73RO, floai. Pongh keepale. Klng.lon mm* Jetaklll MU. Lv,, Franklin et.. 1 P. M.; IV. M#U? 8t<* 4.10 P. X. Leutrai Hudson Linn, iHTKAMHHrPH. EXCURSIONS TOURS. Hudson River by Daylight ? Dully. including Sunday, for Kingston I'otnt. Catsklll, Hudson and Albany. Steamer Ipaves Dcabroaaes St.. 0:00 A. M.: W. 42d St 9 20 A. M.; \V. 129th St.. 0:40 A. M.; Yonkers, 10 :15 A. M. (Also for H'oughkeep sie every day but Saturday.) Direct rail connections. All rail tickets New Y'ork to Albany and Albany to New Y'ork accepted. Dnllv, including Sunday, for tBear Moun tain. >We*t I'olnt (except Sunday). tNew burgh and tPoughkeepsle. Str. De Witt Clln ton leaws West 42,1 St 10 :00 A. M.; West 129th St.. 10:20 A. M.; Yonkers. 10:.,0 A. M. Dnllv except Stuiday. tor tBear Mountain, +Wr*t I'olnt and ?Newhurgh. Steamer loaves DeshJofsess" 8:40 A. M.; W. 42d St. .0:00 4 M.: w. 129th St., 9:20 A. M.; Yonkers, 9 .10 A. M. For additional service Saturday Morning and Afternoon, Sept. 2: Sunday, Sept 3. and Monday, Sept. 4. see special holiday circular or Friday's newspapers. tRcturn steamer same day from points marked t. Daylight Saving Time. Round trip Rates t New York to IVar Mountain, ll,lt; West Point. $1.26; New hurgh$1.50; Fonghkeepsle. $2.00; Kingston I'olnt. S3 oo; Catsklll. $4.00; Hudson, $4.25; Albany, $5.25. Ideal One-Day Outings. THHudsonT River Day .Line Further information at Desbrosses Street l'ler. New York. Tel. Uun?' 9300 Samland Ya WHITE STAR Sailings from P(?rs 58-02, North River, N. Y-, noon unless speci/ied, daylight saving time. To Cherbourg?Southampton MAGNIFICENT TRIO?WEEKLY SAILINGS Olympic, 2 !'. M. ..Sept. 2 Sept.23 Oct. 14 Homeric (new), 1 P.M. Sept. 4 I?!'1-39 Si* ? llu.lestlc. i new),1 l'.M.Sept. 10 Oct. 1 J*^V' - To fobli (tjueenstown) and yverpeol. UNEXCELLED WEEKLY SERVK3B Baltic Sept. 2 Sept. 30 Oct. 28 Cedrlc ,'!?pt. 9 Oct. 7 Nov. 4 Adriatic gept..18 Oct. 14 Nov. 1 ( r|tic Sept.23 Oct. -1 Nov. 18 To Asores. Gibraltar. Naples and Genoa V- Red Star Line To Plymouth, Cherbourg and ?Antwerp ?Gothland (direct).... ? * 99'' .1 Fin'uml .Sept. 9 Oct. 14 Nov. 18 Zreland Sept. 1? Oct 21 Nov. 25 Krnonland . 8?pt.23 Oct. -8 Dec. - 1 inland Sept. 30 Nov. 4 Dec. 9 To Hamburg, Libau und Dunxig >nd ?..bept. 1 American Like To Hamburg via Plymouth and Cherbourg International Mercantile Marine Caraptaj 120 Steamers?1,300,000 Tons. 1 nroadway, N. Y.^or Local Agents. CUNARD ANCHOR ima N. Y'. to Cherbourg and Sonthnmptou FASTEST MAIL SERVICE TO EUROPE. BERENGARIA ?Sept. 2?Sept. 19?Oct. 10 lAtTRETANlA ... Sept. 6 Sept.20 Oct. 17 AQUITAMA Sept. 12 Oct. 3 Oct. 24 jOmits Cherbourg call. N. V. to Plymouth. Cherbourg and Hamburg. CAROM A Aug . 31 Oct. 5? ? SAX<).MA Kept. 9 Oct. 14 Nov. 29 N. Y. to Cobh (Quccnstown) and Liverpool. RCYTH1A (new) .. tAug. 31 Kept. 28 Oct. 2(1 J.ACOMA (new)... Sept. 7 Oct. B (ARMANI.A Sept. 14 Oct. 12 TYRKHENIA(new)?Sept. 20 'Sailing from Boston. tSalllng from Boston Sept. 1. N'. Y. to Londonderry and Glasgow. CITY OF LONDON.-Sept. 2 ? ? CAMERONIA (new).Sept. 0 Oct. 7 Nov. 4 COLUMBIA Sept. 1(1 Oct. 14 Nov. 11 AIGERIA Kept.23 ??? ruseAN'IA (new). . Sept. 30 ?? ?r Boston to I,ondonderry nnd Liverpool. ?ASSYRIA Sept.15 ? ?Stops at Glasgow. See Your Local Canard Agent, or Writ* Cunard and Anchor Steam Ship I.lneo. 25 Broadway. N'ew York. irony Soilings Irom Fur 32, N. R . Jf?? Conol St.. 6 P. M., Suudoys and HolIdogU t ami 9 P. M. (Doyllfbt Saving Tlma); West 132nd St.. holf hour later. Due Albany 8 o'clock following morning, tll fict roll connection* to oil point* I4ortll? East and Wert. ___ - . REPRESS FREIGHT SKRYtCB?Aote* eorrtrd. Shipments received for Albany. Troy and points on the Delaware ntxame mi K it and Boston * Maine It Tel. Canal 9000. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPAM* Mlddleton I*. Borland. Ileoalvar. "harv Jilver I Leave Week days. Sundays. | ft.Lt.W.12 at 8.50AM 2 WPMI8.15-9.0OAM | Battery Pier. 9.20AM 2.301'M|8.4o-9.oOAM I (Daylight Saving Time.) Tcl.Clielsea 4194. The LARGEST. BEST EQUIPPED xndlVfOST COMMODIOUS Steamer in Ihi* Service. SIGHT SEEING TRIPS f...^-sr%ENERALMElGS'1 I.vs. W. 42d St. 10:30 A. M., 2:30 P. M. Licr A. North River (near "Aquartnm." Bat t' rv l'srki 11 A. M., 3 P. 31. IJ5CTITRRR. REFRESHMENTS. Tel. Bowling Green 547a To Charter for Moonlight Excursions. SIGHTSEEING YACHTS All Around New York on Board 5" "TOURIST" ?"b.KTS n?? SOUTH FERRY 10 7(1 8 li 1 70 P II Daylight Raving Time. I LOU A. 1*1., LJU T. m. Telephone Broad 8854. Afternoon Sail to Newburgh and return. Str. "HOMER RAMSDEI.L" )# nves Franklin St. 4 00, West 129th St., 4:30 p. M. for Newburgh and return. Restaurant. W9?^vVl?e^cPE Personal AHenllnn. Moderate R?teo. INDEPKNDF-NT TRAVEL ANYWHERE WEDDING TRIPS ARRANGED. BOOK NOW for Hummer and Fnll. 103 I'nrk Ave (41?t SL)_. Vanderbllt 4533. Real Help?We Know the Island* SPECIAL "mi AUG. .10. SEPT 2 9 t DAYS OR MINliElt ALL EM'.. $83 up. Id'al for summer ?nd Fall. HOOK NOW 10,1 Tark Ave. (4l?t SI.) Vnndcrbllt 45*1 rup y-rm/W/ K' fte ' ational TOUBS 3/UW 39-StNv S "(tPPSlf r "s'f "F -Z*" vt u ' I ?'lis I nr tiCi.i TtATIGGAL TUUG'i J7W-JB TOUR to California. GenUemnn and wife, owning new Marnion car, deelre congenial couple n> join them In leisurely h>?rto Los ? pharlng expense. nwifinoii ex aHfip. Giva phoai ? 3932 Herald. Her ald eo. T?*M?WIH. nCPEWOlW Ml TOCTW j STEAMSHIPS, EXCURSIONS ??<! TOURS. To Texas By Sea S. S. Henry R. Mnllory gf-J- " S. S. Concho New Steamship San Jacinto Any. 30?Sept. 20?Oct. 11 These oil burning steamers afford a wide range of ac commodations and are known everywhere among coastwise travelers for their seaworthy qualities and high standards of service. To Galveston " The Atlantic City of the Southwest" The Mallory Line is the "cool, comfortable way" for business men or tourists bound for Galveston or en route to other points in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona or the Pacific Coast. To Key West, Tha "Ocean City" Miami, Palm Beach and other Florida pointa also are conveniently reached by Mallory Line via Key West and the famous panoramic Oversea Railway. Paet Through Passenger and Freight Service to all Pointe in the Southwest MALLORY STEAMSHIP CO. 489 Fifth Avenue, at 42nd Street Pier 36, North River, New York Pacific Line "The Contfori Rede" TO SOUTH AMERICA NEW YORK-PANAMA-PERU-CHILE "THROUGH the Panama Canal to a vast continent of marvelous grandeur of scenery, of romance and ancient civilization, of great modern cities?a land rich in opportunity for the tourist and the business man. Travel by the largest boats to Peru and Chile, the famous "E" steamers (14.350 Tons Displacement). Built especially for the Tropics?large bedrooms, electric fans, perfect ven tilation. Luxuriously equipped with everything to make sea travel enjoyable. ESSEQUIBO - Sept. 9. EBRO - Oct. 7 inciu nroucco panes pen nouno south amcmca tours THE PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO. SANDKnSOM SI SON. INC.. AOSNTS. 29 BAOADWAY. NEW YOAK. on LOCAL AaiwTS THE MAGNIFICENT NEW WHITE STAR LINER "HOMERIC Has Been Specially Chartered By Us For The 1923 Qrand Cruise De Luxe Mmedhermnean Sailing January 20 Returning March 28 Cruise Limited to 500 Quests Steamer?Cuisine ? Service ? the utmost yet offered Sixty-Seven days of luxury, leisure, and sustained interest. A Prodigious Itinerary Poll Information and literature on request THOS. COOK & SON NEW YORK 561 Fifth Avenue" J ? NEW YORK to EUROPE onllS.QoverrunentShips Sailings from Pier* S tod 4. Hobokeo To Pfytmmik?CkrrbonTf?SI WW Aiwriot Sept. 2 Oct. T PreeMeat Rooeereh Sept. 0 Oct. 14 KtllJlul Herding . Sept. 16 Oct. 21 Gears* Waehington Sept. 23 Oct. 26 7? CoM (SgtoutHrwn) -Plymouth Cherbourg?London Pieddew t Van Buret. Aug. 30 Oct. 4 PwMcctM . . Sept. 6 Oct. 11 PreMdaat Garfield . Sept. 13 Oct. IS PreAdee* Monroe . Sept. 20 Oat. 2S Preaideat Adtmi . Sept. 27 Nee. 1 To Brtmrn Pndliel Artber . . Sept. t Oct. 14 PrectdoMt FIBroore . Sept. 30 Nee. 4 To fltiQOMO Bonos - nifcri - . . . Ana. 31 Oct. 12 UnfttdStoto Lines Moore k McConnack Qo. tno. Rooevrelt Steemehtp Otk. 1Mb Famous "Santa" Steamers UPERU?CHII.E Via Panama Canalfl Large new American .mlp, offering moet romfortahle accommodations. Direct route to South America Unexcelled cuisine. ^anta lailea, Sept. 7 santa Tereaa.8ept.tl Santa Ana, Oct. B Santa Ellen, Oct. 10 Reduced RateAroand South America Tour 10 Hanover S?|..N.Y. GRACE LINE Spanish::* fr'lMJC P%. V ? nr-'p lean* s peci a i. notice. Steamers of this Line carry Mall and Passengers and sail prompt >V regardless of cargo offered. FREIGHT AND FANSENOEH SERVICE To CADIZ & BARCELONA R. M. 8. Monteerrnt About Sept. * R. M. S. P. de Natmategal. ...About Oct. ft B. M. S. Manuel t alro .... About Nov. S To HAVANA & VERA CRUZ R. M. 8. P. de Satrnslegul. .. .About Sept. 13 B. M. ft. Manuel Cairo About Oct. 13 Far further pnrtlcntara apply to M;is 1 I ANSO, Agent. Pier 6, H. n. Telephone Bowling Oreen B156. ?Sort route to principal polnte In 8CANDI MAVIA. GERMANY and BALTIC HTATKA ?aperlor I'aeeenger Acronintedatiena. on l,arge Modern Stramere STOCKHOLM sept. .7 Oct. 14 Nor. 23 DROTTNINfiHOI.M 'epl.23 Oct. "t D-c. 1 ?wedlah American I.lne. 24 State Ht . N T. AMERICAN lift vane for moving household furniture between Europe and America ane between cttlee of the United Sttatee; noute te houee without boxing; only eafe, eaayaad eeaelble methyl. BOW UNO OREEN 8TOM AM A YAM CO. 6-1S MMn >U N. X. ? NTH AMERICA Brazilian Centennial at Rla da Janeiro Soot. 1922 to March 1923 Nest Sailing Calling at RIO I)K JANEIRO MONTEVIDEO and It PEN OS AIRES Vandyck (new) Sept. 9th Vestrla Sept. 23rd A limited number of pas sengers can be accommo dated on our large freight steamers at cheap rate*. Lowest Fares Liberal Stopovers, Unev celled Service. Write for Descriptive Literature Lamport & Holt Line 42 Broadway, New York (or any local ayant) xo Plymouth, roclognm HAMBURG By Haw American-Flag Steamers Reliance .. Sept. II Oct. 3 Oat. 31 Resolute ...Sept. 19 Oct. 17 Nov, 14 TO HAMBURG DIRECT Ballings every Thursday, by tta popular steamers Monnt Clay. Monnt Carroll. Mount Clinton, Hnnea, Bayern. Wnertt< moerg, with special csbtn and Improved ?bird "leee sccommodatlnn" _ UNITED AMERICAN LINEB INO ?g Broadway. N. Y.. Whitehall 18M. Clark's JrdOuiee. Jeaeery 23. iS*^ ROUND THE WORLD *BMPRB8S of FRANC8" 1M1 Grass TOMB 4 MONTHS CRUISB.SlOOO aad ap laaladiag Hotels, Fees, Drives. CeMes. saa Clark Originated Roaad the WarM Craisaa Clark's 19th Cralsa, February 1 V92S tR MEDrTEkRANEAN EMPRESS at SCOTLAND" 3SM0 OraaaTaaa 48 DATS CRUISB. MOO sad eg Freak C. Clark, Tlasas BaiMlej. New Task ROYAL MAIL NEW YORK?CHERBOURG SOUTHAMPTON?HAM1HTRO 20 Broadway. New York. NAVIGAZIONE GENERALE ITALIAN* Ta AZORES?ITALY?EGYPT. For Ballings and Rates Apply ta Italia-A merle* Shipping Corp.. 1 Stats It FRENCH LINE NEW YORK?PLYMOUTH?HAVRE?PARI# For Selling Dates, Rates, Ac.. Apply to COMPANY'S OFFICE. 19 8tats St.. M. T. EGYPT-INDIA. American A Indian Lines Port Said, Bombay, Colombo, Rangoon, Cal cutta. Norton. Lilly A Co.. 28 Beaver St.. N.T. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN LINE. DENMARK - NORWAY - SWBDHN. Passenger Office. 27 Whitehall St.. N. Y. Mediterranean Cruise De I .use Jan. 30. 102 1, by new Cunard 8. 8. "Scythla.'* Frank Tourist Co.. 489 Fifth Ave.. New York. BUI ft 11/ Agt. All Lines Europe, Bermuda. "? ??. LUn ^est indies. Bo. America. Hoa? luln.Chlna.Japan. lU3B'way.Tel gOJOWstkias FAIIKF 1.1 M". to Mediterranean Parts. Office. J7 State St.. N. Y. BRUMUDA?Summer Vacation Tours. Fur ncss Bermuda Line. 34 Whitehall St.. N. Attractive short and long trips. QLOtlK TOURS. INC.. 249 W. 34th 9t._ RAYMOND WHITt OMB TOUItN. US riftb Ave. Telephone Madlsas Square 8270. Canadian Pacific Steamship. Ltd. Can. Par. Hldg.. Madison Ave.. 44th St.. N.t. NEW YORK TO BREMEN DIRECT, VIA NORTH GERMAN LLOYD. 14-10 Pearl It AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS mam .