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SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
RATE WAR IMPENDS ! IN LEVANTINE TRADE Conference Called to Check Reardon Smith Line's Undercut Policy. Immediate protective measures were taken yesterday by members of the Levant Conference on the receipt of'in formation that the Reardon Smith Line is starting a service to Near Eastern ports and, in conformity with its policy as followed in other trades, will under cut conference tariffs. The rate on flour, the principal commodity moving to Levantine and Black Sea ports, was thrown open to individual quotation by the conference members and a commit tee of three was appointed to take quick action on other rate questions. The vessel placed on the Levant berth by the U. S. Navigation Company. American agents for the Reardon Smith Line, Is the Stuyvesant, 4,'JOO net tons, ?n ex-Clernian recently sold by the Ship ping Board and now under the Panaman flag. Whether other vessels will be added could not be learned yesterday. The new Reardon Smith move came as n complete surprise, as conditions in the Levant trade have been disturbed preatty by the Greco-Kemnlist warfare and the .burning and sacking of Smyrna. Fear of loss and damage to cargo has resulted in wholesale cancellations of shipping orders and the high war risk insurance rates have added another de pressing factor. A cargo for Smyrna being carried by the steamship Winona, operated for the Shipping Board by the Export Steamship Company, had to be discharged at Alexandria and placed under bond, and reports of other diver sions of shipments are expected daily. So far, however, navigation through the Dardanelles and to Black Sea ports has been maintained uninterrupted despite rumors that mines had been sown in the region. The Levant Conference resumed func tioning only recently, nfter nearly a year of rate warfare in the trade, and was proceeding smoothly with a plan to organize under the cash forfeit system of guaranteeing conference tariffs when the Reardon Smith service cast an en tirely new complexion upon the situa tion. SHIP LINES HARD HIT BY CARGO DEPRESSION Keene Blames Tramps Bring ing Coal From Europe. TV. B. Keene, traffic manager of the Shipping Board, said yesterday that the depression in liner cargo movement to Europe has reached an acute stage and that virtually all operators to United Kingdom as well as Continental ports ure feeling the pinch. Aside from disturbed conditions In International finance. Mr. Keene found that the principal cause of the reduced business for the regular lines Is the influx of tramps bringing coal from Europe and ready to accept outward cargoes at rates hitherto unknown. The disturbances In rail shipments for a time exercised a deterrent effect, he said, but this rapidly la becoming unimportant. IMPORTERS RUSH FOR GOODS. Heavy Withdrawals toiler Old Tariff Doom! Money Rale. A temporary shortage of money cre ated by the demands made on banks by importers desiring to get their goods through the custom houso at the old rates resulted yesterday in an advance in call money rates on tfie New Yorf Stock Exchange to 6 per rent., the high* est level since Fribruary 23 last. For several days money rates on Wall Street loans have been creeping upward as funds became scarcer and scarcer, and the payment of debts mnde necessary on merchandise withdrawals through the pnssage and signing of the tariff bill have had considerable effect. ttpecial Dispatch to Tub New York Herald. New York Herald Itarenu. 1 YYnshington. I). ('.. Sept. 31. ( Then# naval ordera wcro made public to il ay: McDowell, Commnndcr Clyde 8., to base force, engineer. Pacific Fleet. Gibson, Lieutenant Commander Holbrook, to side on staff commAfler Atlantic aub inarinn flotillas. Smith, Lieutenant Commander James D., to U. 8. 8. Florida. Traynor, Lieutenant Commander Francis P., to U. 8. 8. Wyoming an first lieutenant. I - Fisher, Lieut. Thomas G., to U. 8. S. Hannibal. Gregory. Lieut. Joseph W., to officer In charge recruiting station, Dea Moines, Lee, Lieut. Jerome A., to U. S. 8. North Dakota. Hlgalns, Lieutenant Commander Montgom ery E., Medical Corpa, to Naval Dlapcn sary, Washington. Spear, Capt. Raymond, Medical Corps, to command Naval Hospital, League Island, .fonea. Lieutenant Commander Edwin L., Medical Corpa, to U. 8. 8. Henderson. Fabel, Lieut. Albert lb, Medical Corpa, to l* 3 8. I'uehlo. Troxell, Lieut. Jacob W., Medical Corps, continue duty navy yard. New York. MARINE CORPS Snyder. Lieut.-Col. Harold O., to Marine Hnrracka, Quantlco, Va. Yowell, Capt. Robert, to Marine Barracks, New Y'ork. ' Larson, Capt. Henry L., to U. S. 8. New Jlftlfl). Rlxry, I.leut.-Col. Presley M., to head quarters Marine Corps, Washington. Richards, First Lieut. William P., to De partment of Pacific. Stevenson, Capt. Lowery B., to Marine Barracks, Washington. Long, Capt. L. C., to Department of Pacific. Cox, Capt. Max, to Marine Barracks, Cavlte, P. I. Klpness, First Lieut. David, to Hampton roads. Army Orders Special Dispatch in Tur Nuw Y'osk Hrsai.p. New York Keraltl Bureau. I Washington. D. C? Nept. 31. ( Tlieac army orders were made public to day : INFANTRY. Kimble, First I.leut, Frederick von 11.. to Camp Custer. MoCanta, Major Samuel I., to Presidio of Ban Francisco. Bankhead, Lleut'.-Col. Henry M., retired, account disability Incident to service. Beall, Capt. Edwin 8 , to Waller Reed General Hospital for treatment Horan, Capt. Earl C., go University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N. D. Morrow, Col. William M.. detailed as com mandant Pacific branch. United States disciplinary barracks, Alcatra*. Cal. QUARTERMASTER CORPS. > Shannon, Capt. Robert E., to duty In of fice Quartermaster-General, Washington Schumacher. Capt. George H., to Aber deen proving ground and Edgewood aracnal. Howe, Capt. Wilson T.. to Washington, In office of Quartermaster-General Greeley, ('apt. Michael N , to assistant to MPa quartermaster. Seventh Corps area. CAVALRY. Smallay, Major Jloward R.. to Walter Reed General Hospital for treatment. Allen, Mator Terry P., to duty New York I city with Sixty-first Cavalry Dlvlalon, or ganised reserves. VETBRINARY CORrH. MrKlnnon. Lieut.-Col. John A., to duty In office of Surgeon-General of army. Wash ington, D. C. ENGINEERS. Stephana, First Lieut. Clarence C., hon orably discharged. CLOSING OF MAILS. Foreign malls will close promptly as Indicated below at the General Poet Office and City Hall Station. Ordinary prinU, ?atuple*, parcel post package* anil registered articles close two hours earlier, except that registered articles have to be mailed between tile hours I of H AM and 12 PM. At the Foreign Station (corner of Morton and West streets) foreign 1 mail closes half an hour later than at tho General Poet Office and Clt* liall 8tntion. Supplementary mail closes at the General Post Office and City liall Station, where double postage Is required. SUPPLEMENTARY MAIL (double postage required) closes at the Foreign Station half an hour later than the supplementary closing time shown below, except that supplementary mail for European countries anil for Central America, Ac, via Cristo bal. closes one hour later. Whenever mall vessels sail between the hours of i> AM and 8 I'M a supplementary mall post office on the steamship pier Is open to the public 1(4 hours before the scheduled calling time and closes 10 minutes before the scheduled sailing time. Douhle postage required. The steamers for which supplementary mall Is accepted on the pier at time of sailing are shown below by a dagger (t> following time of closing of mall. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. Europe, Africa and West Asia via Cher bourg and Southampton (mail must be spe City, Cholutera, Department* of Colon and Atlantlda and prints, Ac, for Nacaome, Te gucigalpa and Yuscatun) via Santiago. Kingston, Puerto Barrios, Puerto Cortez, Tola and Puerto Castllle (Cuba and Tela must be specially addressed), str SANTA dally addressed), str BKHENGAKIA, 8 AM . MARTA. 8 AM. (sup 9:30 AM f). ! Porto Rico, St Thomas, St Croix, Saba, St Martins and St Uustatlus via San Juan, str SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. PONCE (sea post), 8:30 AM (sup 9:30 Iceland via Reykjavik: also parrel pdst l AM t). mails for lis land, str VILLEMOE8, 10:30 | Curacao and Venezuela: also specially ad AM South Africa (specially addressed only) vis Cape Town; also pan el post malls for Union of South Afrlrn, Bcrhuiinaland Protectorate Portuguese Bast Africa. Northern and South ern Rhodesia and Southwest Africa Pro tectorate, str SWAZI, 10 AM. Turkey via Constantinople, str SANGA MON. 12 M Europe, Africa and W'est Asia via Plym outh and Cherbourg (mall mutt be specially addressed) ; also parcel post malls for Bel glum, Luxemburg and Relglan Congo via Antwerp, str KROONLAND, S AM (sup 9:30 AM t). Europe, Africa and West Asia via Plym outh and Boulogne (mall must he specially addressed) ; also parcel post mails for Neth erlands via Rotterdam, str NOOHDAM, 8 AM (sup 9:80 AM t>. Azores Islands and Gibraltar (Italy must be specially addressed) via Ponta Delgada. Gibraltar and Naples: also parcel post malls for Azores Islands, Gibraltar and Italy, str CRETIC, 8:30 AM. Europe, Africa and West Asia (Great Brit ain, Ireland, South Africa. Madeira, Cap* Verde Islands and Sierra Untie must be spe cially addressed) via Cherbourg and South ampton, str OLYMPIC, 0 AM uup 10:30 AM t). Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa. Ma deira, Cape Verde Islands and Sierra Leone (other countries must he specially addressed) via Plymouth and Cherbourg; also parcel post mails for Great Britain, Ireland, Franc and the countries mentioned In notes A and B below, via Plymouth and Cherbourg: and parcel 'post malls for Germany, Austria, Czecho-Slovakla. Hungary and Switzerland via Bremen, str GEORGE WASHINGTON (sea post), 9 AM (sup 10:30 AM t). Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland via Gothenburg (mall must be specially ad dressed); also parcel post mails for Sweden, str DROTTNINGHOLM. 9:30 AM (sup 10 AM t). Azores 'Islands and Gibraltar (Italy must be specially addressed) via Ponta I>e!gadR, Gibraltar and Naples; also parcel post malla for Azores Islands, Gibraltar and Italy; by rail to Boston, Mass, and thence by Str CF.ETIC, 8 I'M. MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CEN TRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES, AC. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER E. Bahamas (Including Inagua and Fortune Islands) and City of Antllla, Cuba (other parts of Cuba must be specially addressed) via Nassau and Antllla, str MUNARGO, 9 AM. Trinidad, Cludad Bolivar and Guiana via Trinidad. Georgetown. Paramaribo, Cayenne and St Laurent du Maronl, str \V M TUP PER. 12 M. Pernamburo, Parahyba and Natal (other parts of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay must be specially addressed) via Pernambuco, Hlo Janeiro, Santos and Bue nos Aires, str DRYDEN, 1:30 I'M. Costa Rica (ragular mail only) via Port Linton, by rail to Boston, Maes, and thence by str SAN BENITO. T I'M. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Haiti (except prints, Ac. for C'apo Haiti and Port dp Pulx) and Colombia, except Cauca, Narlno and Magdalena Departments (Jamaica must be specially addressed) via Port au Prince, Kingston, Cartsgena and Savanilla, str BARACOA, 10:30 AM. Newfoundland via St Johns, str ROSA LIND, 7 AM. Bermuda via Hamilton, str FORT VIC TORIA, 7:80 AM. Cuba (specially addressed only) via Ha vana. str SIRONEY, 8 AM (t). Jamaica, Guatemala (EI Salvador lettcf mall only) and Honduras (except Amapala droased correspondence for Porto Rico via San Juan. Curacao, Laguayra and Puerto Cahello, str CARACAS, 8:30 AM (eup 0:30 AM t>. South Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay via Rio Janeiro, Montevideo and Buenos Aires, str VE8TRI8. 0 AM (t). Costa Rica (Cuba, Qinal Zone and Panama must be specially addressed) via Havana, Cristobal and Port Llmon, str ULUA, 9 AM (t). Turks Island and Dominican Republic via Turks Island, Monte Chrlstl. Puerto Plata, Samana, Sanchez, La Romana, San Pedro de Macorls, San Domingo City. Aztia and Barahona, str HURON. 9:30 AM (sup 10 AM t). Dominican Republic (specially addressed only) via Monte Chrlstl, Puerto Plata, Sa mana. Sanchez, La Romana, San l'eilro de Macorls. San Domingo City, Azua and Bara hona, str LAKE WINTHROP, 8:30 AM. Bahamas (Including Inagtm and Fortune Islands) via Nassau, str BORGLUM, 8 AM. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. The connecting mails close at the General Post Office and City Hall Post Office, New York, at 6 PM, as follows: Hawaii (J) vld San Francisco, str WIL HELMINA, Sept 22. Japan, Gorea, China (except Hong Kong) and Philippine Islands (t) via Vancouver and Victoria, BC; also parcel post malls for Shanghai City, str EMPRESS OF AUS TRALIA, Sept 23. Japan. Corea, China, Siberia, French Indo Chlna, Netherlands East Indies, Straits Sot-? dements and Philippine Islands (f) via Se attle; also parcel post mails for Japan, Coren, China, Slam, French Indo-('hlna and Straits Settlements, str PRESIDENT JEF FERSON, Sept 25 (?). Tahiti, Marquesas. Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia via San Francisco; alio parcel post malls for Society Islands, Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia, str MAUNGANUI, Oct 1. ?Ordinary (unregistered) letters mailed up to 8 PM the next day will, provided there Is no delay In the over land transit, reach Seat tle In time for connection with the steamer mentioned. ?(Supplementary malls accepted on pier. domestic t All classes of mail, Including parcel post. Malls dated Shanghai Aug 23, Kobe Sept 2 and Yokohama 3d, which arrived per str Kaga Maru, were dispatched East from Seattle on Sept 18 and arc due in New York on the morning of Saturday, Sept 23. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS DUE AT NEW YORK. Str MAURETANIA due Sept 23 with malle front Austria, Belgium, British India, Czecho slovakia, Denmark. Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway. Po land, Portugal, Rumania, Russia, Spain, Sweden. Switzerland, Turkey and Yugo slavia. Steamer left Southampton and Cherbourg Sept 18. Str BALTIC due Sept 24 with malls from Great Britain. Steamer left Liverpool Sept 16. Str LAFAYETTE due Sept 28 with malle from Czecho-Slovakla, Egypt, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Spain and Tur key. Steamer left Havre Sept 18. Str HOMERIC due Sept 28 with malle from Austria. Belgium, British India, Czecho slovakia, Denmark, Finland, France, Ger many. Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway. Poland, Portugal. Rumania, Russia. South Africa, Spsln, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Yugo-Slavla. Steamer left Southampton and Chi rbourg Sept 20. NOTE A?PARCEL TOST MAILS VIA ENGLAND?To Abyssinia. Aden (Including Perlm), Afghanistan (Kabul), Ascension, Belgium Congo (Katanga Province only), Rrlt Isli Central Africa (N.vasal.ind Protectorate), British India, Brltlsn Somallland, Cam croons (British), Cape Verde Islands, Ceylon, Cyprus, Egypt, Egyptian Sudan, Falkland Islands, French India (specially addressed), Gambia, Gold Const Colony, Kenya and Uganda, Macao (China), Madeira, Malta, Mauritius, Mesopotamia, New Hebrides (In cluding the Banks and Torres Islands), Nigeria, Nyaealand Protectorate, Palestine, Pem hn, Persia, Portuguese India. Portuguese Timor. Portuguese West Africa, Russia In Eu rope, Including Ukraine; Russia In Asia, except Turkestan. St Helena, Santa Cruz Islands, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Smyrna, Tanganyika Territory. Tibet, Togoland (British), Trans-Jordanla (Territory East of Jordan Illver), Turkey (Constanttnop)o) and Zanzibar. NOTE II?PARCEL POST MAIL* VIA FRANCE?To Algeria. Cameroun, Corsica. Da homey, French Guinea, French establishment* In India, French Indo-Chlna (Anupm, Cam hodla, Coehln-China, Laos and Tonkin), French Post Offices In China, French Somali land, French Soudan (Upper Senegal, Niger and Upper Volta), Gabon, Ivory Coast, Mada gascar and dependencies (Madagascar, Kte Marie de Madagascar. Nosaibe Comoro Islanda, Mayotte, Gde Comoro, Anjouan and Mohell), Mauritania, Middle (French) Congo. Monaco, Morocco (except Spanish), New Caledonia and dependenelaa', Niger Territory, Reunion, Senegal. Togoland (French), Syria (French), (Beyrouth. Damascus, Aleppo and the W*st ?rn and Eastern Zone), Tunis, Turkey (Constantinople and Brusa). DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS. IV" pdbfc Is Sail on Daylight Saving Time.] NAIL FRIDAY, WrTEMRRII 33. Uerengati?. Southampton, .11 N R. I Burutu, West Africa, foot 30th at, Bklyn Easterner. Melbourne, Ac, 3 Army Bi<?, Bklyn NAIL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 33. Fort Victoria. Bermmla. 93 N It... 11:00 AM George Washington, Bremen, 4 Ilo hokeu 1:00 TM Georgia, Patras, Ac, 7 Bush Docks, Bklyn Glendola, Nuevltas. Ao, 7 N R.... ? . . ? ., .. ?, ?, . .Huron, Turks Island, 34 Bklyn.... Noon Lrkc Gallateo, Nassau, IB Bklyn.. ; Katrlna Luckenbach, West Coast, Munargo, Naasau, Ac. 0 E K Noon i a*,!, .< Hklvn Port Antonio. Klngsto.v 9 N It..... Kroonland. Ant* _ ., r .... , Kroonland, Antwerp, 61 N R Noon niT* Cr(,1i> &c> fcrl" Lake WlnthfOp, Mat oris, Ac, 27 Bklyn ... .... ? I Bklyn.......... .. ...... . Noon m??; ?? ' Mat::M? Pelros, Genoa, 3 Erie W M Tupper, Trinidad. Ac. 44 N n PM j R^p, NAIL SATURDAY, NKITKMBF.lt S3. Mohawk, Jacksonville, 35 N R ... Noon .,. . _ . , ? . Noordam, Rotterdam, 3th at, Ilo Algeria, Glasgow, 50 N R Noon hoken Noon Baracoa, Kingston, Ac, 44 N R PM ; Olympic. Southampton. 59 N R l:0OPM Borglum, Nassau, li Bklyn ? >, Pence, Han Juan, 34 Bklyn Noon Caracas, Laguayia..11 Bklyn Noon Rosalind, Pt Johns, Java'rt', Bklyn 11:00 AM Celtic, Liverpool, ?0 N It Noon Sangamon, Count ant inople, 2.'t Bklyn PM ay Of Savannah, Savannah, 92 Santa Marta, Kingston, 16 B R. .. 5&0 PM N I'... ... . ? 3:00 PM Blbonay, Havana, 13 E R 11:00 AM Clare, Nan Juan, 27 Bklyn Cretlc, Genoa, 59 N It Drottntngholm. Gothenburg, 97 N It Dryden, 1'ernanibuca, Ac, 14 llo boken Momns, New Orleans, 49 N It Noon Swasl, Cape Town. 2 Bush Docks. The I,am1>s, Dutch Hast Indies, 21 Clllton Plua, Havana, 9 N P. Noon Vardulla. London, 71 N R Veetrla, Rio Janeiro, 15 Hoboken.. 1:00 PM Vlllemoes, Reyk.tavik. El Occidents, Galvcototi, 51 N It... Noon | W D Munson, Cardenas, 9 E 11 ?I PORT OF NEW YORK, THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1922 Steamers Due in New York. | DROPPING OF TIME BALL. DIB FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 33. Steamer. From. Agent*. Algtc, Port Said 1st Kerr 88 Co Andrea F Luckenbach. San Pedro 3d. Lurkonbach Line Hellta, Port Antonio 16th Atlantlo Fruit Catherine. Ban Domingo A H Bull City of Savannah, Savannah 19th, Ocean SS Co Ederly, Gibraltar 1st Phelps Urn, El Or'ente, Galveston l?th Southern Pao El 8ud, New Or Irani 18th Southern Pac Grande Gaarac, San Francisco Aug 18, Kerr 88 Cl H It Mallory, Galveston 16th.. .Mallory Line 1a Bourdonnals, Havre 12th.... French Line Lelghton, Trinidad 9th Lampoit A Ilolt Monterey. Havana lHth \Vhrd Line Nevlslan, Barry ktli L"yl'aud Line Rotterdam. Rotterdam 3d Holland-Am Santa Roea. Colon 13th Isthmian Lines Seythla, Liverpool I4tli Cunard Lino Tons w amis, London 2d It L Hague Trondjemafjord, Chrlstlanla 31st... Nor-Am West Inaklp, Antwerp 7th... Black Diamond DIE SATURDAY, NKPTEMBKR 23. Corf* Castle, Madeira 12th Harbor Lines Lapland, Southampton 15th...Red Star Lint MauretanlA, Southampton 18th..Cunard Ltn* Nlvose, Cardiff ?th Port Hat king, Liverpool Funclt-Bdye President Fillmore, Brafhen 12th. U S l.lns t'oget Sound, Sunderland 9th.Baltimore SS Co Volga, Liverpool 9th ? Vcnnonla, London 0th Cunard Lint DI E SUNDAY. NEPTKMBKR 24. Baltic, Liverpool 16th White Btar Line Brrgadalen, Shields 6tli ... ? 1 ? BJornstJerna Bjornson, Colon 18th, ? Bennett. Ilvoslef A Co Caho Ortega!, Hcvllle 8th Ybarra Line City of B' l/ntls, Savannah 21st.Ocean 88 Co Ecuador, San I'rnnelseo 26th.... Pacific Mall Lassell, Santos 3ln Lamport A Holt Ron is, Atmerta 9th Elwell A Co Sarpfos, Naasau 20th Ward Lin* Tanamo. San Juan 19?h Atlantic Fruit Toio*. Colon ITth United Fruit Tuseanla, Glasgow 16th Anchor t.lnc Vatari, ltio .Tnnelro 5th Lamport A Holt NEW YORK. Sept 21?The time ball alone the Navigation and Marine Engineering School of the Seamen s Church Institute, 2.1 South street, dripped to-day at exact foon, 75th meridian, or 5 hours alow of Greenwich mean time. Any one desiring correct Green wich mean time telephone Bowling Urven 3620. ARRIVED. Almanac for Naw York Sept. 22. Sun rises 5 42 Moon rise... 7 20 AM Sun acts 8 55 Moon sels,. (1 59 PM TIME OF HIGH WATER 8EPTF.MBBR 32. Sandy Hook 9 it AM ? 9 39 PM ^ ?? . m,. , , Governors Island. .... 9 40 AM 9 04 PM .miters, malls and mdae. Went to pier 95, Sir Beydllts (Oer). Bremen Sept 9, to th* North German Lloyd, with 276 cabin and | 490 third class passengers, malls and mdst Went to foot of ?th street, Brooklyn. Sir France (Fr), Havre Sept 14 and Plym outh 13th, to the Compagnle uenerale Trnns- j atlaullque, with paw ng*rs, malls and m<U? Anchored In Quarantine. str tiishman (Br), Barry Sept 6, to the ' White Star Line, w Ith 9.292 tons of coal. V\ mt to pier 19, Clifton, M. Str Lackawanna < UrL Orangemouth S-pt , 6, to N M Smith, In ballast. Went 10 pier , 4, Uayonne, NJ. Str Alpine Rang* iBr), Mlrtdlesbrouah , Sept 8, to Furnue*. Withy A Co, with rn Ice '2,000 tons of roat In eaigo). Went to New York Dock Co's pier 30, Brooklyn. Str Mahrlton (Br). Newport, Xng, Sept 8, to J H Winchester A Co, *lth 9,300 tons of coal. Went to foot of India street. Brooklyn. Htr Malmen iHw), Stockholm Aug 16 and Newcastle, Eng. sept 4, to Furnees, withy A Co, with wood pulp. Went to pier 4, Bush Docks, Brooklyn. Str Kencnureh (Br). . Maosclllea Aug 24, Barcelona 28th, Gandhi 29th. Denla Slst and Malaga Sept 4. to James W Elwell A, Co, with mdee. Went to foot of 31et street, Brooklyn. St i Mobile City, Seattle Bcpt 2, Belllnghnm 5th. Portland. Ore. Ilth, San Franclaco 19th, Lot Angeles 22d. Cristobal Sept 3 and Phila delphia 201h, to the Isthmian Steamship Line, wllh mdso. Went to pier 28, North Hit sr. Str Dakotan. Snn Franclseo Sept 1 and San Pedro 2d \la t'o'on, to the United Amert ran Lines, With nphe. Went to pier ft Buah Docks, Brooklyn. str Carrlllo, carta sens Pept 9. Puerto Colombia 10th, Santa Marts 12th, Colon Ilth and Kingston IBIh, to the United Fruit Co, with passenger* and mdae. Str Walter D Minion, Matfhaa* Sept 18, to the Munson Steamship Line, with mdsc. Went to pier 10, East River. Str Fort Victoria (Br), Bermuda Sept 19, to the Furnesi-Bermuda Line, with 246 pas Hell Gat* (Astoria)...10 25 AM 10 IW PM Nofth River. Tha tlm* given In the above table Is East- str Hamilton, Norfolk, to the Old Dominion cm standard time and Is fsmlahe! by the Transportation Co, with passengers and United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, mds*. Went to pier 81, North River. For daylight saving time add one hour. Str Brush, Philadelphia, to the North Atlantic and Weetem Steamship Co. Went to pier 4. Army Base. Brooklyn. Str East Wind. Boaton. 8tr Swiftsure, Fall River, to C D Mallory A Co. Went to Crane'e dry dock, Brie Basin. Brooklyn. WIRELESS REPORTS. Str President Harding, New York for Bremen, was In lat 43 88, Ion 20 18 at noon 21st. Str President Garfield, New York for Lon don, was In lat 40 50, Ion 12 35 at noon : 21*t. Str President Van. Buren, London for New I York, was In lat 47 33, Ion 37 53 at noon 21et. Str President Fillmore, Bremen for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 4, Hoboken, Saturday forenoon. Str Lapland (Br), Antwerp for New York, | is expe< ud to dock at pier til, North River, j Saturday afternoon. Str Mauretanla (Br), Southampton for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 54, North River, about 10 AM Saturday. Str Tuseania (Br), Glasgow for New York, U expected to dock at pier 56, North River, late Sunday afternoon or early Monday morning. Str Haltlc (Br). Liverpool for New York,] in expected to dock at pier 60, North River, ; Sunday afternoon. Str Scythla tllr), Liverpool for New York, ! is expected to dock at pier 56. North River, late Friday afternoon or early Saturday morning. 8tr France (Fr), Havre for New York. Is expected to dock at pier 57, North River, about 0:80 AM Friday. Str Rotterdam (Dutch), Rotterdam for New York, is expected to dock at foot of Oth street, Hoboken, about 0:30 AM Friday. Str La Bourdnnnals (Fr), Havre for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 74, North River, about 3 PM Friday. Str Michigan (Br), from Hamburg and Antwerp, expects to reach Boston AM Fri day. Str American Legion, Buenos Aires, Ac, to: New York. 1* expected to dock at pier 1, Hoboken. late Monday forenoon. Str Voaart (Br), Buenos Aires. Ac, for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 14, Hoboken, Sunday forenoon. Str Roma (Fr), Marseilles for New York, Is expected to dock at foot of Slat street, Brooklyn, late Saturday or early Sunday. Str Rarlma (Br). St Thomas, Ac. for*New York, la expected to dock at pier 24, Brook lyn, late Friday or early Saturday. 8tr Monterey, Havana for New York, is expected to dock at pier 15. Brooklyn, Fri day afternoon. By Independent Wireleaa Telegraph Company, Inc. [Distance given In miles; position at noon unless otherwise specified.] Absecon 162 8W Vineyard Sound 21st. AIeIc J47 from Ambrose I, V 21at. rlcfcn Amcrlcfcn Legion 1,429 SB Ambrose L V 21?t. Bolivar 097 S Scotland L V 21st. BrUtal 30 8W Fire Island 21st. Glare left Boston for New York 3 PM 21st. Comanche left New York for Charleston 21st. CCfrnelta 242 N San Juan 21st. Kastwlnd 55 E Ambrose L V 21st. C?iouc??ter 22 SW Fire Island 2Lst. Gulfprlncv 2tHi S Scotlnnd L V 21st. Henry R Mallory 15 SW Lookout 21st. Hilton left New Haven 5:30 I'M 21st. llumrlck (tug), with str Lake Favonla, 6 WSW Montauk 21st. Juniata 75 NE Five Fathom Bank 21st. Laponla 180 KXU Cape Honlopen 7 AM 21st Levlsa 66 SW Nantucket L V 21st. Manaqul 78 8 Nantucket L V 21st. Maravl 20 8 San Salvador 21st. Mohawk 191 8 Scotland L V 21st. Moldegaard 24 S Barnegat 21st. Monterey 430 S Scotland I. V 21st. < Nantucket 26 B Fire Island 21?t. Nevislan 115 E Ambrose L V 21st. Norfolk 24 S Fire Island 21st. Ormtdale 15 S by E Block Island 21st. Pacific 901 S Scotland L V 21st. l'nlonta arrived at Nassau 9 PM 21st. President Monroe 239 E Ambrose L V 2lst. San Juan 220 N San Juan 21st. Southern Cross 1,194 SB Ambrose L V 21st. Tvrrhenla 500 E Boston L V 21st. Wild wood 106 B Cape Henlopen 21st. Wlllsolo 640 8 Diamond Shoal 9 PM 21st. By the Radio Corporation of America. C Bedford 331 W by 8 Sand Key 20th. merica 200 NE Hatteras 21st. tlantlc Sun 521 S Delaware Breakwater 20th. ajrvvay 105 NW Tortugas 2(tth. rush 55 S Ambrose L V 21st. algarolite 210 E Diamond Shoal 21st. aronla 2,100 B Ambrose L V 21st. artago 200 S of South Pans (1 AM 21s?. lty of Augusta 32 NNK Diamond Shoal 21st. Ity of Rome 70 N Diamond Shoal 21st. oaatwlse 89 NE Cape Henry 21st. rofton Hall 1.523 SE Ambrose L V 20th. cuador 400 S Baltimore 8 PM 20th. eltore 75 E Hatteras 21st. asconler So SE Cape May 21st. eorgn H Jones 370 W Sand Key 20th. ulfcoaat 30 SE Fire Island 21st. enry D Whlton 43 N Hatteras 21st, erbert L Pratt 200 N Jupiter 20th. idla Arrow 80 S Jupiter 20th. A Moffett, Jr. 55 NK Diamond Shoal 21st. F Farrell lat 42 11. Ion 18 16 20th. itnes B Duke 2.633 B Ambrose L V 21st. ipan Arrow 115 N Diamond Shoal 21st. J Duke 120 NE Diamond Shoal 21st. acahl 580 S Nantucket L V 20th. anaqui 70 ?$ Nantucket L V 21st. araoalho 173 N Ma vague/. 20th. aurctanla 600 E Ambrose I, V 3 AM 21st. ayarl 73 S Nantucket L V 21st. tmnmar 607 S Ambrose I, V 20f1i. orfolk 24 S Fire Island 21st. *rls 183 S St Thomas 20th. aul Luckenbach 216 S Overfalls L V 21st. aulsboro 70 N by E Jupiter 20th. resident Harding 2.016 E Ambrose L V 21st. uiret Sound 732 E Sandy Hook 20th. ochester passed Key West 5 PM 20th. B Hunt 34 8 Diamond Shoal 21st. ihotawan 1,232 ENB Cape May 20th. mta Rosa 288 S Ambrose L V 8 PM 2lst. ?hodack 1.210 E Ambrose L V 20th. looters Island 186 E Ambrose L V 21st. andnrd lat 36. Ion 73 20 21st. :ephen 8(H) S Ambrose I, V 20th xlftarrow 146 E Ambrose L V 21st. alftscout 1.398 SE Brenton Reef 20?h. ransportatlon .'Ft HE Boston L V 21?t. nlterl Slatea lat 50, Ion 36 8 AM 21st. acuuni 225 NNK Jupiter 20th. Irglnla Limited 30 NE Cape Charles 21st. ' H Libby 377 E Nantucket L V 21st. "est Insklp 131 E Ambrose L V 21st. 'est Kehar 908 E Boston 1, V 20tl>. 'lldwood 106 E Henlopen 21st. 'm Burton 5 S Tortugas 20th. 'm Rockefeller 183 SW Diamond Shoal 21st. icapa arrived /'astella 7 AM 21st. Jlla 021 s* HcJhand L V 20th. PASSED CITY ISLAND. Bound South. r Rosalind (Br). St John*. NF, and fa*. N8. to Bowrlng A Co, with 143 engcrs and mdse. Went to Java street. ?klyn. . . , _. r F.rholm (Nor), Walton, NS, for New c with plaster to the Rock Plaster Co; el to J F Whitney A Co. ?ir Henrietta A Whitney, Ellsworth. Me. Newark. NJ. with staves to W E Town voea.-l to Ollmaitln A Co. Lehigh, with 1 barges- (at 11 AM), lerb k T Kellere, with 10 (at 10:35 AM), j ?am lighter Frank Dean (at 3:13 PM). Bound East. r Commercial Scout, New York for Si if, NF. hr Hull*. N>w York for rromlaod Land ?hored). . 4(. ... gs Agnes A Moran, Ugh? (at 7:10 AM). ? urn King, light (at 8 45 AM); Socony 2. with 1 barge (at 2:20 PM) am lighter A D MacOtU (at 3:20 PM). CLEARED. Kaat Side. Do Barr. Reval. Helslngfore, general) ?Moore. McCormack A Co. Berergaria (Br). Irvine. Cherbourg an l lampton I general (?Cunard S:eamehlp Burutil (Br), Allen, Tenerlffc. La vs.'Ac (general)?West India Steamshli Weat lalav, Co>, Petrograd (general) md Steamship Co. Eaaterner, O'Brien. Brisbane. Sydnes teneral)?tTnlted Stales and Anstralasl Melyo Marti (Jap), Oanow, ("allao. Asul. AO. via Norfolk and Panama ? general) -Tnvo Kl?en Kalsba. Dryden (Br), l.avton. Rio Janeiro, San ? c igeneral)?Lamport A Holt. Mawhurlan I'rlnee (Br). Meld rum. Hl<> ro Santos. Ac (general) ?Furnees. - A Co. Lake Wlnthrop, Norrla. Turks Island, ? Chrlstl. Ac (general)?A H Bull A Co. Mexico, Jonea. Havana. Pmgrren. Ac ral)?N"W York and Cuba Mall Stoaru Flora (Dutch). Vlnken, Port an Prince, ivra. ??' (generalt?Funnh. Bdye A Co. Port Antonio (Nor). Tellefaen, Santiago, ton. Ac (general)?united Fruit Co. Amelia. Oabrleleen. Santiago de Ciina liuanianamo (general)?Atlantic Fruit Mttnarco, tsOren. Nassau and Antllla all --.M unarm Slenmahlp Co. Java Arrow. Daht, Beaumont (ballast) ? dard Transportation Co. El Estero. Pederwen, Now Orleans (gen Southern Paelfi ' Co city of Montgnttierv. Ifamn'ond. Savon geueran Ocean Steamship Co. Comanche, Staplee. Charleston and ovtvllle tgeneral) Clyde st. amshln Co. Vrs-htdyk (Dutch), lido. Baltimore at)?Harries. Magi!) A Co. Rosalind I Br), .larnes. Halifax and St (genei al)?Bow ring A Co MARINE?FOR SAI.F OR WANTED. BACRirrcn, $325, "W? a." $7x64 peml-cabln. Pal tier bull. 4 cylinder White auto engine. At mechanically, nil equipment; demonstration Saturday after notn, Sunday. White'*, 150th it., Hudeon Rlv, ( " \ Notice to Owners, Agents and Ship Masters. The New York Herald pub lishes daily reports of the posi tions of merchant vessels re ceived through coastal radio Sta tions operated by the Radio Cor poration of America and the Independent Wireless Telegraph Company, Inc. Vessels equipped with radio apparatus may, with out charge, report their (TR) noon positions through the fol lowing stations: Independent Wireless Tele graph Company, Inc., New York city (WCG); East Hampton, L. I. (WSA); East Moriches, L. I. (WSE), and New London, Conn. (WST). The United States Public Health Service will also give free medical advice through these stations. Radio Corporation of America, Marion. Mass. (WCC); Cape Cod, Chatham, Mass. (WIM); Siasconset, Mass. (WSC); New London, Conn. (WLC); New York city (WNY), and Cape May, N. J. (WCY). In co operation with the Seaman'? Church Institute of New York and the United States Public Health Service the Radio Cor poration of America furnishes free medical advice to ships at sea. J Str Ilallgrlm. Warkholm. Montreal (bal last)?Bennett. Ilvoslef & Co. Sir Hawaiian. Johnson. Boston (In transit) | ?Unlteil American Lines. Ur Delaware. Mahoney, Portland (general) | ? Eastern Steamkhip Corporation. Str Norwalk. caowell. Boston (general)? | Eastern Steamship Corporation. Motor ahip Caltfornlan, X.yons (from Ham I bur*. Ac). San Pedro. San Francisco. to, via | Panama Canal (general and residuo for San Pedro)?1"uited American Line.*. Barge Glooscap (Br). Macuniber, Windsor, NS (ballast)?J F Whitney & Co. SAILED. Strs Ario, Tamploo: Delagoa Main (Jap), Philadelphia: Zarembo, do; Albany (llr). Montreal; Belvldere. Philadelphia; Gaffney. Houston; Santa Teresa, Cnilao; Michael Tracy, Norfolk; El Eatero. New Orleans; Comanche. Charleston and Jacksonville; Freeman. Norfolk; Buyorn (Ger). Hamburg; Melvo Marti )Jat>), Norfolk: Mexico. Ha vana: Oscar II (Dan), Copenhagen; Illinois, Port Arthur; Sylvan Arrow. Beaumont; Otaht (Br), Auckland; Splendor (Ital), Savona. Str* Splendor (ital), Savona; Klora (Dutch), Laguayra, Ac; Hawaiian. Boston; City of Montgomery, Savannah. Stre Amelia, Santiago; Minnie do I.ar rlr.aga (Br), Galveston. U S S Sapeio, . Sohrw Victoria S. Wilmington, NC; Annie P Chase, . Sailed 20th, etrs Vesuvlo Htal), Montreal; Philadelphia. Baltimore; Monmouth, Phila delphia. The corrected reading of the barometer (reduced to sea level) at New York on Thursday, Sept 21, 1922. at 8 AM. as re ported by the United States Weather Bureau, was thirty and nlne-hundredths (30.09) Inches. Tills closely approximates seven hun dred and sixty-four and time-tenths (76?.J) | millimeters. Captains of all vessels now ly ,' Ing In or near the port* of New York! an I | Brooklyn can advantageously use the above | official data for observing whether their ! own barometers require any considerable i correction or adjustment. Wind at Sntuly Honk, 8 TM. SE. 8 miles; | clear; light sea; visibility, 11 miles. FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE GRAMS. GATE JtACE. NF, Sept 21?Barometer at noon, 29.90 Inches; wind, W, fresh breeze; weather, dull and showery; temperature, ">8 deg Fahr. Winda Off the Atlantic Coast. Ilatteras to Key West?Shifting gales off the North Carolina coast, with rain, and fresh northwest to north winds and over cast weather off the remainder of the coac East Gulf?Moderate to fresh northeast winds and weather cloudy; occasional show ers Friday. West Gulf?Mod.rate to fresh northeast winds and weather generally fair Friday. Caribbean Sea and Windward Passage Moderate variable winds, mostly easterly: weather partly cloudy, occasional showers Friday. North of Sandy Hook?St rong northeast winds; weather overcast Friday. ^snrtv Hook to Ilatteras?Northeast gales, with rain Friday. Hatterma to Florida Straits?Shifting gal"* off the North Carolina coast, with rain, and I fresh northwest to west winds off the -e l malnder of the coast. MARITIME MISCELLANY. 1 The sale of str lu-banon st public auction i hns been postponed to Sept 28. ! Yacht Edith was sold at public auction rc j cently to Theodore J Dever for $3,800. Coal boat Mnmton, before reported sunk off Kills Island, was raised yesterday by the Baxter Wrecking Co. Trawler Ripple was sold at public auction recently to John W Sullivan & Co for I? .300. ! BOSTON. Sept 21?Str Governor DIngley, which arrived to-dav from St John vis Kast j port and I.ube. , will haul off and take the j place of str Calvin Austin on run to New ! York to-morrow night; str Camden, now In ; the Bangor service, will take the place of the DIngley. CHARLESTON. SC. Sept 21?Barge J W STEAMSHIPS, E\< I ItslONs n?d TOURS. BUp the Hudson to E A K MOUNTAIN JLm UllKKDAY AND SUNDAY TRIPS. Str.Lvs.BatK ryDA.M. W.132dSt..9 :4.1A.M. lteturnlngLve.HearMt.4 :30.dueN.Y. 8 P.M. ? eioirt Tele Weekdays. 66e. ( liildren .)0e KOUnU Ilip SUNDAYS. f|. Children 30c Refreshment". Music. Dancing. Pall??de? Interstate Park I ommlsslon. Phones Bowling Green tSM-TIU. ? last Trip of Season st Mill. -rpl. 24. The Large.7, BEST EQUIPPED md MOST COMMODIOUS Steamer in this Service. SIGHTSEEING TRIPS Around Manhattan Island Dally. Tw'n screw Str. GENERAL MEIGS lis. W. 42d St. 10:30 A. M., 2:30 P. M. Pier A. North River (near "Aquarium," Rat ? V Park) II A. M.. .1 P. M. I.I t Tl ItF.ft. REFRESHMENTS. Tel. Bowling Green r.470. To Charter for Moonlight Excursions. SIGHTSEEING YACHTS All Around N?w York rr -toirist" <r":,xr N?AR south ferry lEO A. M? 2:30 P. M. "l?".Tl? 1 ulfphorm II ton d 6954 To SANDY HOOK and (I AN, i M P. M. SUNDAY HUDSON I To Highland Falls, Newhnrgh, Renron and return. Steamer "Benj. B. Odcll" or 'Newburgh" ; Leaves CRANK I IV T., 0 A. M.s W. 129th | Ht., 9t4ft A. M. Haln or Hhlne. , Music. Restaurant. Lunchroom. CENTRAL III IIMIX I INK. FOR HtOlt LANDS. OCEANIC and RKD BANK. ( ounerthig with "Auto Itus" Direct to LONG llRANt II AND ASIIURA PARK. L%. Franklin St.. Pier 94..VIC. werk days,0:30 4 M . C 4ft I- M : Battery, 8:V? A.M.:.<| 13 I' M. Suns Lve. Franklin 8 10. Battery 8:39 A. M. HUDSON KIYP.K NIGHT I.LNKA. 1 Dally sailings from Pier 32, N. It.. Foot Canal St., 6 P. M. Sundays and Holidays, 8 and 9 P. M. (Daylight Having Tims). West 132U Ht . half hour later. Direct rail tonne,Hons #? Albany to all points. Kipress Freight Hervlcr? Autos Carried. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY. Mlddlstnn H. Borland. Receiver Newburgh, Pmignkeepsle, Kingston and ratsklll Mts. Lv Franklin St.. 4 P. M. Bat 1 and 9:30 P. M. All ateamero leave W. 129th St. Iialf hour later, and connect some day tor N. Y. t h.MHAL HUDSON JLLMw Thompson, hence for Havana, with coal, went ashore In the harbor. HALIFAX, Kept 19?Str Lake George, be fore reported, arrived in port this morning under her own at earn; pumps are ke^iitu; tlio water down in iter fore peak; alio an chored in the stream, where a eurvey will be made. LONDON, Sept 21?Str Ormen (Br), from Baltimore for Port Antonio, before reported ashore in Morunt Hay, got off with assist ance from a salvage steamer, apparently un- j damaged, and arrived at Kings ton. MONTREAL, Sept 20?Str Oomlno (Br), from this port for Hull, before reported aground on a clay bank below Varrennes, will probably be floated to-day; after 1,600 tone of cargo had been removed from her holds tugs succeeded yesterday In moving I her 10 feet nearer deep water, with the re sult thar only Iter bow continued to hold her to the bank; If necessary, further cargo will be lightered this morning; the Comlno ; was carrying about 7,200 tons of general cargo; an accident to her steering gear was responsible for the stranding. MACHIASPORT, Me, Sept 12?Schr Abble C Stubbs was sold at public auction here to-day to William C Reld of Brooklyn for |2.17.'t. NORFOLK, Va. Sept 21?Str Advance, New York for Colon, and schr Frank A Morey, Jacksonville for Providence, put Into Hamp ton Roads for harbor. SYDNEY, CB. Sept 17-Str Bclvernon (I'an) collided with and sank small echr Annie M In Little Bras tl'Or yesterday: the sti amor also run aground while docking at Moulton's wharf, but floated at high tide undamaged. Danger* to Navigation. I Sept IS, in communication with str Man chester Corporation (Br), bound east, which I tvpnrted In int 44 4.". Ion IK 43. had pgssed ;i large iceberg, apparently aground, and four largo growlers?Str Irishman (Br), at 1 New Ycrk. BOSTON, S.pt 20?('apt Wood of str Nl tonian (Br) reports pass'd .... Iceberg on Sept 10 In lat 4 1, Ion 00; also passed an h berg kit feat high and ."(to feet long Cn the track of navigation. [Reported to the Hydrographlc Office.] ! Sept 20, lat It 13, Ion 41) 10. large Ice berg. Sept 17. lat 27 43. Ion 70 13. passed the sloop Villa abandoned?Str El Largo. 'Aug 11, lat 44 20, Ion 22 50, passed a log about 20 feet long and 3 feet in diameter? Str Sarcoxie. Aug 23, Lands End radio station reports a floating mine In lat 30 30 N, Ion 0 30 W? Str Mount Clay. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Now York and New Jersey?New York Harbor?The Lighthouse Service announces the lllumlnant of the following buoys changed to acetylene gas and candle power changed Sept 19, 1922 (no other change! : Coney Island gas buoy No 2, candle power changed to 20; Ambrose Channel gas buoys Noe 12 and Rj, candle power changed to 20. BOSTON, Sept 21?Pollock Rip Slue light vessel replaced on station Sept 19 and relief light yissel withdraw: WASHINGTON, DC. Sept 21. 10:30 AM Hoist northeast storm warning, Atlantic Continued on Following rat;e. STEAMSHIPS. EXCI RSIONS and TOCRS. Hudson River by Daylight Dally, including Sunday, for tltair Moan. ! lain. ttVest point (except >undiiy),tNrwbut eh, ?Poilghkrcpslc, Kingston Point, Catskili. Hudson and Albany. Steamer leaves Dee* I Drosses St., 9:00 A. M.; W. 42(1 St.. 9:20 A. M.; W. 129th St., 9:40 A. M.; Yonkers. 10:13 A. M. Direct rail connections. All rail ticket* New York to Albany and Albany to Ntw York accepted. Saturdays only?Pur tBear Mountain, (West Point uod tNewburgli. Str. Itoberl Pulton loaves Dcsbrossea St., 1 30 P. M. W. 42d St.. 1:50 P. M . W. 129th St.. 2:10 P. M.; Yonkers, 2:40 P. M. Returning leaves Newburgh 5:45 P. M . Wost Point U: 10 P. M., Bear Mountain 6:30 P. M. Sundays only?For tBear Mountain. tNrw. burgh and tPotiglik^epsle. Str. Wnshlngtea trying leaves Denltrosse* St. 9:30 A. M. tReturn steamer same day from point* marked t. Daylight Saving Time. Itnnml Trip Rates: New Y'orlc to Bear Mountain, $1.15; West Point, (1.25; New burgh. St. 50: Pouglikrepsle, $2.00; Kings ton Point. S3.00; Catskili, ft.00; Hudson $1.23; Albany, $5.25. Ideal One-Day Ontfng*. T\HudsonT River fay Line Further Information at Desbrosse# Street Pier. New York. Tel. Canal 9300. "Tht Pufclte Be BOSTON ?J9 PROVIDENCE * 3.60 COLONlAjL LINE Bt?amer leaves Pier S9, N. It. (Ft. Wsst Houston St.), wrekdavs and Sundays at 6:30 P. M. (Daylight Saving Time), All Outside Staterooms. PHONE CAN'AI, 1600. 0ST0N'6? METROPOLITAN LINE Via Cap* Cod Canal Connecting at Boston for Portland. Rockland. Bangor, SI. John, N. B_, Yarmonth. N. S. Steamer leaves Pier 18, N R., (foot of Murray St. 1 New York.dady, including Sunday*, at 5 P. M. (Daylight Saving Time). Telephone Barclay 5000. EASTERN S. S. LINES FALL RIVER LINE /IO BOSTON Afternoon and Evmntnf C< Ada en (sen and fyvenrng Concert# Alee*, rutton nr. P!?r *4 M. It. ?JO P. Daily 111 el. Sunday *ew S.(tfsrdUs. New London Line Leave Pier 40 N R. 1 Leeve Pier 40 N R. rf.eev Horn Houston St 6 P M I Houston St.3AUP.M ( YaWovi eyiy) I - V " irhiiui.p OavilBtit *m*n9 Tbmm ?? - c#' Rati* on AatomobUi* "ifkrtmat f'tri and f>s Twlmt O&m* NE GENERALS ITALIANA To Italv By The Palatial Now s. s. Giulio Cesare From New York Oct. 7 riecinl Winter Voyage Feh. 17 ADKIKA. OIBRALTAR ALGIERS. NAP1.RS ORNOA. MONACO 3tb?r Sailing* to Arores. Italy. Rgypt lolomho 8?pt. 27 'sotmtns TAI.IA AMERICA SHIPPING CORP Stan St. New York a/gST iNtytci Regnliic l'a*srn*er Service TO KING-TON?IAM\l( A. 8. 8. PRIM PAW MAY, SEPT. 2$. ?^WIIia^" III GIORGIO I 1(1 n < our,, I 25 Broadway. Tel. Bowling Cltceii 7703. Personal Altrntlon. Moderate Itatee. 193 Park Ave. (11st St.). * TanderblH 1383. BTRAMAHIPS. EXrrMHONS and TOI'llS. ISTKAMSIIIPS. BICCTWDOT and TOrM. " The But in Travel" Cruises Round-//?e-World Newoil-bnmin&S.S. The comprehensive schedules include Havana, Resolute of the Panama, Hawaiian Islands, famous Kilauea, fort Line' Jan 9? 1923*" nifcht in Japan, China, Philippine Islands, sev eral days in Java, Burma, three weeks in India New oil-burninfcS.S. E&ypt, Italy, Monte Carlo. HoH a mi-A. me r i c iL Ratei *1050 up-New York to New York? Line, Jan. 16, 1923 ' generous shore excursions included Mediterranean Cruise? S. S. South America Cruise S. S. "Rotterdam"?Feb. 10, 1923 "Reliance"?beb. 3, 1923 Far Baeklt: >, aai $ kips' plant apply ta RAYMOND & WHITCOMB COMPANY 225 Fifth Ave. NEW YORK Tel. MadsSq. 6270 Raymond - Whitcomb -lObRS &'?RBISESK Raymond - Whitcomb ' ^ TOURS & CRUISES Clark's Craises by Can. Pac. Summers CLARK'S 3rd CRUISES, JANUARY,23,1923 ROUND THE WORLD By the Specially Chartered Superb ?. a. "EMPRESS of FRANCES" 18,481 gross tons. Originator of Round the World Cruuei sod the only Tourist Agent who has ever ran s Cruise Round the World by chartered steamer. A floating pslaoe for the trip. Router New York. Panama. San Francisco, Honolulu, 14 days in Jspuo. Chias, Manila. Java, Singapore, Bnrmah. Option of 19 daya in India, Ceylon. 4 daysia Cairo. Naples,Havre, Southampton;[atopoveralQuehcc, Ry.to Montreal and.NcwYork. 4 MONTHS, $1,000 and up, including Hotels, Drives, Guides, Fees, etc. CLARK'S 19th CRUISE, FEB. 3, 1923 ffie MEDITERRANEAN By Specially Chartered. Snmptnona 3. S. "EMPRESS of SCOTLAND" oil banter, 25.000 fro.a tonat 65 Days CbuiSB. JoOO and up; 19 daya in Egypt and Paleatiue; Spain, Italy. Greece, etc. PRANK C. CLARK. Time. Bailding. New York NEW YORK to EUROPE on 1L.S. QovernmentSfiips Sailings from Piers Hand 4, Hoboken To Plymouth?Cherbourg?Bremen George Washington Sapt. 23 Oct. 28 Amorica . ? . . Oct. 7 Nov. 11 President Roosevelt . Oct. 14 Nov. 18 President Harding ? Oct. 21 Nov. 25 To Cobh (Qunnstown)?Plymouth Cherbourg?Londo* * President Adams . . Sept. 27 Nov. 1 President Van Buren Oct. 4 Nov. 8 President Polk . . Oct. 11 Nov. 15 President Garfield ? Oct. 18 Nov. 22 President Monroe ? Oct. 25 To Bremen President Fillmore . Sept. 30 Nov. 4 To Bremen?Dangig President Arthur Oct. 12 Jan. 6 United States Lines Moore & McCormack Co.,Inc. Koosevelt Steamship Co., Inc. 45 Broadway, New York 110 So- Dearborn St., Chicago 02 State St., Boston, Maaa. Managing Operators for U. S. SHIPPING BOARD For Booklet Address U. f*. Lines 45 Broadway. New York "Empi-ess"Express Route To EUROPE Via the St. Lawrence to CHERBOl'KU ? SOU! HAMPTON HAMlilUO-By the splendidly ap pointed "Empress of .Scotland' and "Empress of France." Quebec to Liverpool?"Empress of Britain," First, Second and Third Class. Montreal to Liverpool ? Glasgow, Southampton and Antwerp ? By splendid One-clasa Canadian I'aeiHo Steamships Only About 4 Bays of Open Hen. Pefes end o" tnfnrmetlnn onrennest E. T. STEBBINO, Oen.Agt., Pass Dept. Madison Ave., at 44th St. New York CANADIAN PkCIFIC^ >A efe-JBtf Vacation Tours $83 And I p?Including Ml E\pea.es. Longer Tot r* In Iruportlon. All the attractions of a delightful yachting cruise to a tlunlnt Foreign Land All Land and Water Spurt*. Modern Hotel*?No l'a**porta. S. S. FORT VICTORIA" S. S. "FORT ST. GEORGE" Sailing and "iatunUr*. Bonk now for Winter unci *?prcial ClirUt niJM "tailing**. FURNESS BERMUDA LINE 34 Whitehall St., N.Y., or any Tourist Agt. .411 Failings 11 A. M., .Veto York Tims. N. Y., Ply mouth?Havre Pari* FRANTIC sept.85 Oct. It Nov. IS t'AKIS Oct. 4 No*. I No*. 83 IBM ll.33tllF.At' Oct. t? Nov. 8:1 .Inn. 10 New York?Havre?Pari* Lit Itoiirdonnnl* Sept.?* No*. 8 Dec. 87 Lafayette Sept. 3# Oct. 88 Chicago . Ilct. 3 Nov, II ?? In Timrnlne .Oct. II In Lorraine Oct. It?? ?? I it Havole. Oct. 81 Her. 8 tier. 30 Kt>n**lll?n 4I<I. 88 I?ee. p .Inn. 13 N. Y.?Vigo (Spain)?Bordeaux ? Klaear* Oct. tt? Nov, Deo. 28 COMPANY** OmCfC. 18 STATE ST.. N Y. DINAVIAN AMERICAN DENMARK. NORWAY 1.SWEDEN. GERMANY and BALTIC STATES I'nltfd Mat** flrt. 5 IIHIig OlAv Oct. IV LS'rg" '/all, titeaUy. KrwOc-lta A III Oct. 81 Comfortable rttcnnwrs. "*? "r !?.? r i ? Bpncloua Staterooms \"A't njl. on 4 Promenade Dnctte. !'"? ?>"! ! Fncrcellod C uUlne. I rederlk 3 III Ore. 7 Dally t onterl*. 0??r 11 ' *'L WJ For Untw. t? WtiltalNMi 81.. N.Y tlcnl Help?33 e Know the l?lnnd?. in:t Park Ave 141St.). Vnnderhllt r.si. ING T \m\ A ? i ^rectal Dtft T ress ?^JaTIONALTOMQS 37WV.I! IUQA T OURS* 37WJF,#t Hew York to South America o/1 U.S.QovzrnmentSlu?S_ New Reduced Rates Fastest Timo to Rio dejaneiro.Montevideo, end Buenos Aire*. Finest ships-American service? American Food?American comforts. Sail ings from Pier 1, Hoboken. S. S. American Legion ? Oct. 3rd S. S. Pan America . . . Oct 14th S. S. Western World . . Oct 28th S. S. Southern Cross . . Nov. 11th Fortnightly thereafter For descriptive booklet, eddrees Munson Steamship Lines 67 Wall St New York City ManaJ/ntf Operatora for I J. S. Shipping Board T^uxTan PA I i'.IEMO?N YPLKS?MARSEILLES In Winter Season Steamers ( all at Algiers and \ illefinnrhe (for Riviera). Splendid accommodations on the mag nificent l'fthu Una vesac'J at rates v ithln reach of all. . Thc-c steamer# are well known for their homelike atmosphere, excellent class of passengers. and Hie ooirrtesy and ? .ujtIitfulness of the service. Delight ful surnuui'hngs. Noted Kr?*nch miislne. Providence. wept.'id Nov. Ik Jan. 11 Mar.-I Patria ..Oct. lit Dec. 9 Feb. lSVApr. Is c una da Nov. Id Jan ?? tSpecial Cpils. callings Calling at The Azores. Algiers, Palermo, Naples. Beirut, Jaffa. Smyrna. Piraeus and Marseilles. Other sailing- direct to The Asoree, li-hon. Beirut. Jaffa. Constantinople, tonstnn/n. Piraeus, sinyrns. For rate.', rrsemationa ^nif furtntr in frrtnafion appljl to Jnn.e. AT. Klwell A C o., Inc.. tienl. Agts. IT State Street. New lork City. EGYPT MDUL ?"AMERICAN UINDIAN LINE BOMBAY?COI OMBO-M AftRA* RANOOON?CAIX'LTTA 8. S. City of Ijihore J*?1-?? 8. 8. City of 1 aicknnw Oct. 1# All Outside Rooms, flrat and Second Class I'nssengefa. ftperlai Missionary Reductlaos. For rates of passage, eto.. apply ta ! NORTON UUVErCQ ii 56 Bea'er St., New York City. G?n Aifti.for BU?rmanABuckn*ll83.Co 1/C HSkfefttfD NEW YORK TO ROTTERDAM Via Plymouth. Boulogne-sur-Met Koordaui. 11A.M.. Sept.83 Oct. 28 J Tallerdam. 11 A M. Sept.30 Nov. A Dec. t Rvndara. II A. >1 Oct. ' >??? }} Dec. If Y ol.KNDAM (newi.11 A.M. Nov. 1" ' N Amsterdam.IIA M Oct. 81 Nov. M Dec. 3* General Passenger office. 24 Btats 81.. II. T. 'direct SERVICE TO N APl.F.h?PIRAKI 8?VARNA Constantinople?Conetanea ?Themlstorlea <Jct. 8 1 onstantinople .....Oct. 10 Does ot rail at Naples. NATIONAL GRtitT CUNARD AND ANCHOR LINES Regular Fallings ?0 Eorope and Mediterranean Ports. <vlTK'E, Broadway. New York. WHITE STAB UN? . AMFRKA.N LINE?RED STAR I.CIM To all principal porta of Europe For sail ing dates, rales, etc.. apply to Internatleeel Mercantile Murine Pa.. 1 Broadway. V T. O. NORM Fill W YMF RICA I INE. >""***? SYVFOKV IIHNM \KK. OFFIt E ?8 WHITE fl AM "I . v 3. >on| l.lnea Steamship Service?Florida, the ('arolltiae. Pus*. Tevsa, California, Mealco. Porto Rico." Fanto Domingo Apply 4*1* 8th av. Mediterranean Prnlse Do U?j. .. .... r.n so H>n by the new Cunard P B. Fcytnia IV.nK "grist Co.. 489 Fifth Ave.. Maw York. EU I OUT Id All T.lne. Kuecps.B?trnuda. ? n. LUW B,V,t Indies. 8n. Amerlca.Hono hiln Chlna.jsi.sn lllilB srvv Tel MiWYVatklna. t.KAt I. I INK. INC. TO PERU AND CHLLB via Panama Canal, to Hanover Bq- New Totk. __ __ __ - MAY YORK ro BREMEN DIRECT. VIA NORTH I.KKM IN IT OYD. M .'1 s|'t Mi ( IIR1S1M V- IN BERMt DA Cilohe lour. In. .. ?IH YY. 3?. Long a. re 8.St. 1NITED AMERICAN LINKS, toe. New \ nrk MA\ \MiiK I" AMERICA. 1 i?r. ti IVway. N. T. TO PCANDIN A VIA AND CONTINENT. ?WKl'IPH AMK.RK B *'?'? *V SPANISH ROYAL MAIL U>L Ills UANH. Agent. JMev E?. ? *?AMERlfYS rATRE** TRAY RUHR* lUEMCES.