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IN SUgPRBS AND COUNTY Jury In ;Eobinson Murder" Trial ' " Fails To Agree. ANOTHER. TRTAL NEXT TEEM Oldest Towmn Slaaon leaTei For TIe Went Towson Couple Wd In Waablngton. ' The jury in the Circuit Court at Towson before whom Charles J. Robinson, a saloonkeeper of Westport, was tried on the charge of shooting and killing Henry Dailey, colored, in front of Robinson's saloon February 28, failed to agree at 9 o'clock last night and was discharged by Judge Duncan. State's Attorney George Hartman announced after the jury failed to agree that Robinson would be tried again during the next term of court. Robinson's plea was accidental shooting, and in the opening statement of his counsel, Elmer .T. Cook, he said he would show that Robinson was cleaning a pistol and did not know it was loaded. He said it had one cartridge in it and this went off and struck Dailey. Robinson took the stand in his own behalf and his testimony was along the line indicated in the statement of his counsel. In his opening statement State's Attorney Hartman asked for a verdict of manslaughter and said he would show that Walter Savoy walked by Robinson's saloon in company with Dailey and two other negroes and after they had passed William Robinson, a' brother of the accused, called Savoy to come back, an argument following. He said lie would also prove that the prisoner got up from a chair on which he was sitting and, drawing a pistol, said he would not stand fur an argument about the place. At this he said witnesses would show that Savoy jumped behind Dailey and that Robinson fired and Daileyfell. Oldest Towmoii 3riiHon Goe "Vet. John Ii. D. Bedford, the oldest charter member of Alount Moriah Xiodgo of Masons, of Towson, will leave today for California, acr.-ompanied by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Bedford have two daughters on the Pacific Coast and they may make their future home there. Mr. Bedford suys that while he will he away from his frieiuls in the East he will continue to hear from home by reading The StJJf and Thk Sunday Stjn. ToYvwoit Couple IVcd In AVimliingtou Miss Rogina Hilgartner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Hilgartner, of Towson, and Forrester S. Whinnery, also of Towson, went to Washington yesterday and were married at noon by the RcV. ij. M. Chambers, pastor of Mc-Kendiee Methodist Episcopal Church. The bride wore a sand-colored traveling suit, with hat and gloves to match. After a Northern trip Mr. and Mrs. AVhinnery will live at Towson. Xcw- Trial A.Nlccd Jn Harder Case. A motion for a new trial was filed yesterday in the Circuit Court at Towson in llie murder ease of Benjamin E. Davis for the killing of his wife, Mrs. Mary Annie Davis, January -S at St. Denis. Davis was tried before Judges Duncan and McLane and was found guilty of murder in the first degree, which carries with it hanging or life imprisonment. The motion was filed by Attorneys C Gus Grasou and John D. C. Duncan, counsel for Davis. William 1. Itoslry Ca ndiilntr. j William P. Boslcy, of Whitehall. Tenth district, has announced that he will be a candidate for County Commissioner on the Democratic ticket from the Third Commissioner district, comprising the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Tenth election districts. Mr. Boslcy is a retired farmer. As Mr. Bosley has never held public, office his friends think that he will make a strong candidate. Snyder Barrett. Miss Marv Anna Barrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Barrett, of Dutber-ville. Mil.; was married Monday to Mr. O. G. Snyder, of Baltimore, by the Rev. Philip II. Sheridan, pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Towson. in the presence of the immediate families only. Miss Kathorine IC. Kepper was maid of honor and Mr. R. B. Iloshall was best man. After a breakfast at the home of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Snyder left for New York. They will live in Penbrook, Pa. I'o tttve 3IliiNrel SIotc. A minstrel show will be gi-en tomorrow evening in the assembly hall of the Pikesville public school building by the Dramatic Club of Pikesville. under the auspices of the Patrons' Club of the school. The proceeds will go toward beautifying the children's playground. liitertniied IiflieM' Society. The Ijiflics' A. id Society o Jessup tetliodist Episcopal Olmreh. was entertained on Wednesday night by Doctor and Mrs. Benjamin R. Benson. Miss Martha E. Benson and Mrs. Beulali Koontz assisted in the reception. Women's CImI) Meets. The literature section of the Women's Clnb of Mount Washington met yesterday morning at the home of the president. Mrs. J. Edwin Griffith, South avenue, Mount Washington. Snbnrbnn OUitunry. Jam ok W. Barron. 67 years old, of Ashland, died on Tuesday afternoon after a short illness of heart trouble. He was jt member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Texas. Surviving him are three children. James Barron, of Luther-m'Hc: John Barron, of Ashland, and Mrs. Mary B. Robinson, wife of Harry O. Robinson, engineer on the Northern Central Railway. - William Duvall Merryman. brother of County Treasurer X. Bosley Merryman. of Baltimore county, died early yesterday morning at his home, Willow Brook Farm. Cockeysville. of a complication of diseases. Born in Baltimore, Mr. Merryman was 55 years old and was n son of the late John Merryman, at. one time State Treasurer. Mr. Merryman made his home with his sister. Miss Anna G. Merryman, and never married. For many years he lived a retired life, but in former years farmed and at one time was in the mercantile business in the city. Besides County Treasurer Merryman and Miss Merryman. he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Philip A. S. Franklin, of New York, and Mrs. Tames S. Nussear, Jr., of Tiinoniiim, and one brother. James-MclC. Merryman. of Brooklandville. Snbnrlmn TV'rsriimls. Mr. and Mrs. James Ellsworth Buck, of Baltimore, arc at the Breezes, the home of the former's parents, Mj;. and Mrs. William H. Buck, Jr., for the summer. George Harryman, near Warren, will celebrate his eighty-second birthday anniversary on April IS. The Rev. Richard G. Koontz. of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Gaithers-burg, and Mrs. Koontz and daughter. Miss Mary Benson Koontz. spent several days this week with Mrs. Koontz's parents, Doctor and Mrs. Benjamin R. Benson, of Marble Hill. Miss Charcelea Crowther, teacher of the Girls Latin School in Baltimore, has resumed her duties after two weeks stay, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs,, Joseph M. Crowther, of Sparks. Miss Helen Hart, of Baltimore, was the guest recently of Mrs. George C. Duncan, of Marble Hill. Mrs.- Cora G. Gorman and sisters, Misses " Nettie and Gertrude Gorman, have returned from several days' stay ia Bnltimore. Former Station- Agent John W. Frankenfield, of Cockeysville, has returned from a visit to his brother, Adam Frankenfield, of Quakertown, Pa. Robert R. Duncan has returned from ' a visit In Western Maryland. New ftoors For CltyHall. Revolving' doors are to be placed at the Hollid ay-street entrance to the City Hall, in. place of the old doors that are ; eye-sores to Mayor Preston and other municipal officials' The contract for the newdoors was given to the van Kannel Revolving Door Company yesterday by the Board of Awards. The new doors will cost $1,166.- - '. 1 News Of ,Tlie Skipping SHIPPING QUARTERS GROW Furnenii, AVI thy Co. Take More " Space For Offices. Furness, Withy & Co., Limited, who have absorbed the steamship business ox Dresel, Bauschenberg & Co., are making great improvements in their quarters in the Chamber , of Commerce under the direction of Manager A. F. Sidebotham. In addition to rooms 317 and 319, the large room, 321, Is being annexed by the removal of the separating wall, giving space for the clerical force. Ewlns To Be Removed. The removal of the wreck -of the schooner Mary S. Ewlng in the Potomac river off Point Lookout comes under the office of Meut.-Col. H. C. Newcomber, United States Engineer in charge of the District of Columbia, which embraces the Potomac to its mouth. As soon as the release is given by the owners specifications will be given out and bids-asked for- the removal or destruction of the wreck. Resnect For I.iite IMlot Thompson. In respect to the late Capt. J. Richard Thompson, of the Maryland Pilots' Association, who died Tuesday night, the steamers and tugs in the harbor had flags half-masted yesterday. The- colors on the Pilots' office, foot of Broadway, and on the pilot boats of the Maryland and Virginia associations on duty off Cape Henry also were lowered. To Inveatigrate Salisbury Bridges. On May 6 Col. Lansing H. Beach, of the Corps of Engineers at Baltimore, will hold a public hearing at 2.30 P. M. in the Courthouse at Salisbury, Md., to obtain information regarding complaints concerning the delay in openingthe bridge across the north, prong of-the Wicomico river, on Main street; and conditions also appearing to warrant consideration of the question of the regulation of the two bridges across the south prong of the Wicomico river at Camden avenue and Division street, both in Salisbury, ' all being owned by the County Commissioners of Wicomico county, Maryland. The hearing will be for the adoption of regulations which will be ust and equitable to all concerned. Colonel Beach invites all parties interested to be present, as all of the papers will be laid before the Secretary of War for his decision. Important statements, data and arguments to become part of the records should be submitted in writing, but oral statements will also be heard. Jlinnc-Hota To ftnlt Trade. The Norwegian steamer Minnesota, which brought bananas here for the Atlantic Fruit Company and sailed yesterday for Jamaica, has been sold to a firm in Trondlijem, Xorway, to be used in the coasting trade of that country. She will make another rip with bananas. Capt. M. Kvensen, now in command, is to retain his position under the now owners. The Minnesota was originally the Antonio Lanasa, named after the Baltimore fruit importer, and was first engaged in the Baltimore-Jamaica trade, but until complete changes were made in her boiler power she had a losing record. After much expense she became a serviceable vessel and was renamed Minnesota. Mnrinc Personals. Mr. and Mrs. John Foxwell, of Leon-nrdtown, Md., are guests of Captain and Mrs. Webster Foxwell on the schooner Salisbury, which will sail today for Nassau, in the Bahamas, with a cargo of coal and machinery for the pineapple packing plants in the Island of Xew. Providence. Captain Bredenberg, who brought the schooner Alice M. Colburn here to load ;oal for Porto Rico, left yesterday for a vacation at his home in Everett, Mass. Capt. J. Brauder, of the British steamer Liuglield, arrived yesterday as successor to Captain Hunt, changed to a new vessel of the company. Captain Brander was last here as an officer on the Atlantic Transport liner America. He -Is accompanied by Mrs. Brander. who left the comforts of her home at Clapham, London, to make a Xorth Atlantic ocean trip. Captain Herman, of the British steamer Antonio, from Klba. became a citizen of Baltimore in the eighties when he was in a Yankee schooner. Since then lie has become a resident of Devonshire, England, and had command of British steamers. Captain Lembcrg. of the Swedish steamer Osman. from Copenhagen, is accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Lemberg. TnR-.H Antl Tlieir Tows. The Buccaneer arrived at Bath, Maine, vesterday with the dismasted schooner Mary I.. Baxter in tow from Baltimore by way of Xorfolk. Four new masts will be stepped at the yard of the Gardner G. Deeiintr Company. The Curtis left with schooner Alice M. Colburn, bound to San Juan, P. It., with coal. The August A. Denhard left here for Norfolk with barges Croatan, Safety, Mollie Weston; Vincent McNally and Emily Schoolfield. The Southern passed down Cove Point at S A. M. with two barges, and at 12.40 P. M. the Fortuna with two barges and a lighter. At 3.40 P. M. the Port, Covington placed at sea the coal-laden schooner Alice M. Colburn for San Juan. P. R. Port Paragraphs. Following the Furness Liue steamer Uapidan in port loading for Leith will be the Queen wiluelmina for May loading. mere win ne no general cargo steamer THE SUN'S Leadership In Real Estate Advertising Is Unquestioned The SUN is the Real Estate medium of Baltimore. There can be no doubt of this. "The Sun" (Daily and Sunday) in March printed 3 j385 more Real Estate advertisements than the other three Baltimore newspapers combined. The Evening Sup in March printed 1 ,27 1 'more than the total number, in the other three papers. The Sun and Evening Sun together in March carried more than twice the number of Real Estate advertisements published in air the other Baltimore papers combined. Here are the figures: Real Estate Advertisements Published In Baltimore Newspapers In March 1915 The Sun. 15,437 advts. The Sun and Evening Sun. . 13,323 advts. The Evening Sun. News...,.,.. 7,944 advts. TotaW-28,760 American 2,312 advts. The other three Star .., . 1 , 796 advts. papers. Total. ... ; ... 1 2,052 Results from Real Estate advertisements re easily traced. The Sun has proved its ability to give the right kind of results to the satisfaction of the Real Estate men of Baltimore as well as thel general public. OTl "hi T nr-A Tin- T ' . , . . fcw uuic J.W J-LlSUkl portS- Until next month and the. vessel has not been " prom pilot off the Mersey to nicking up S3., i """" i"vii. ut v-ape jtienry tne British steamer Ling-fleld was 18 days " "wuio-iiuiji uivtpooj, mailing' aoout the best-time by a tramp steamer to this port for a long while. - The schooner Robert H. McCurdy left yesterday in tow of the tug Advance on her wnv to Pnrtn T?4" o-r,A t.-, .- rows Point returned to port. The trouble could not be learned. POST OB BALTIMORE Wedsnday, April 14, 1615. Today' Almanac For Baltimore. fSS rf?s A.M. Moon set.... ..7.58' P.M. Bun sets. 6.43 P.M. Moon south... li 53 P.lll HJEk Me 7.23 A.M., 7.21 P.M. ICalculationg eipieasai in Eastern standard time. J PHASES OF THE MOON FOE APKIL. taat quarter. .....6th Quarter. . ew moon nth moon 23th. Arrived! SmrT..-ft?to? (?r)- Burman. from Porto Far-rano. I,Iba. March 19- lijjht. to Robert Ramiuiv r.?i. OaDan (Sired), Lambert:, from Copenhagen SiS15- Norfolk April 13: light, to McCaSSwn-m25 Company. At Chases wharves. rf5i,r anFh?P BS- Brander. from Liverpool whare3? Gustania & Co. At Miller's Btmr Nlrefs (Greek, new). Marcaronia from Hnwus March IB; liEht, to TerfmalWp5mB SrS StmT Somerset, Pratt, from JacksonTlUo -Ha. Savannah; merctondisa and pwsenffera. to Merchants and Miners- Transportation Corrrpony. 5r JMcswj1- MoNamee. from Philadelnhia: merchandrso and passengers, to Baltimore and Philal delohia Steamboat Company Stmr Essex, Payne, from Providence: merchandise and passenBere, to Merchants and Miners' Transportation Company. r.Tus!-iay?8e-Mloh,si:k tram- Boston; light, to Consolidation Coastwise Company Barges No. 8, need, from Boston, liEht- No. a. Wheatley. from Boston, light. RnaNcTBf, Anderson, from Boston, light, to Consolidation doastwiso .em pany. Cleared. Stair Jane Badcliffo (Br). Williams, for Montevideo or Buenos Aires: Terminal SMpidnB Company, mui Stmr Beacon (Nor). Petersen, for Baracoa: Lan.ua. & Gone Importing and Steam&hip Company. Stmr Grenorios Ldvferatos (Greek) rTheotocalos, for Marseilles; John T. Fahey & Co. Stmr ROT-anrnora (Br). Pholan. for Mverpool: Jolinstom Lone Foreign Agency, Ltd. Stmr Efltichia Versotti (Greek). Xlpcokiloa. for Kochefort: Louis Muller Company. Stmr BqMa (Br), Duneanson. for Marseilles and Ahadar; Robert Ramsay Company. Stmr Gretaston (Br).. McLean, for Glasgow: Terminal Shipping Company. Stmr "Wanerley (Br). Wheatley. f7r La Pallice: John T. Fahey & Co. Stmr Talisman (Nor). Hansen, for Havana- Terminal Shipping Company. Stmr Fernfteld (Br). Squires, for Leghorn; Terminal Shipping Company. Stmr Bella (Br). Jamleson. for Port Antonio; United Fruit Company. Stmr Antinoe (Br). Parvis. for Marseilles; Robert Ramsay Company. Stmr Carlton (Br). Henderson, for Havre: John T. Fahey & CO. Stmr St. Theodore (Br). Hallam, for Genoa: Gus-tarus & Co. Stmr Somerset. Pratt, for Jac&BOnville via Savan-' nah ; Merchants and Minors' 'Transportation Company. Stmr Essex. Payne, for Providence: Merchants and Miners' Transportation Company. Stmr M. E. Harper. Smith, for Boston- New England Coal and Coke Company. Stmr Maiden, Brown, for Boston; New England Ccal and Coko Company. Sohrs Ida O. Robinson. O'Day, and James B. Anderson. Twicg. for Salisbury; C. O. Paul & Co. Schr Robert H.. MoCurdy. Watts, for Puerto Cabello: Gray. Irelan & Co. Schr "William- H. French. WilTla. for rjimMm- Wnthen & Co. hctir William itusseu. Sales, for On&ncock- o C Paul & Co. Schr Salisbury. Foxwell, for Nassau, N. P. O. O Paul & Co. Barge John "W. Davidson. Johnson, for Norfolk: TVathen & Co. Barge Croatan, Hales, for Norfolk: C. C. Paul & Co. Sallea. Stmrs St. Gothard (Br), for Alexandria; LeTen-Ppol (Br). St. Xazairro; Minnesota (Xorl. Gibara-Bella (Br). Port Antonio; Essex. Providence; Ericsson. Philadelphia. Che-iapenke Bay Ports. CAPE HENRY. VA.. April 11. 9 A. M.. clear; wind northeast, 12 miles. Noon, clear: wind north, 24 miles. 4 P. dear; wind northeast, 20 miles. Passed in for Baltimore 14th at 5 A. M. stmr Ontario, from Boston (toward Norfolk) ; 6 A. M., stmr Teriotdale (Br), from Cardiff- 8.20 A. -Jil., stmr Queen Alexandra (late EUflaud). from Falmouth: 10 A. M.. bark Stella Del Mare (Hal), from Marseilles. Pnsse--l out from Baltimore 1.1th at midnight, stmr Mariner (Br), for La Pallice. Passed out from Baltimore 14Ui at 8 A. M.. stmr Merrimack, for Jacksonville via Savannah : 9.20 A. M.", stmr Teespool (Br), for Bordeaux: 10 A. M.. stmr GanisimoG (Greek), for Civita. Vecchia; 10.40 A. M.. stmr ISaldorsby (Br), for St. Nazairre: 3.40 I'. M., schr Alice M. Colburn, for San Juan. COVE POINT. MD.. April 14. Clear: wind north : moderate breeze. Passed down from Baltimore 14th at 11.25 A. M.. stmr M. E. Harper, for Boston; U.33 A. M., stmr Beacon (Nor), for Baracoa: 1 P. M.. stmr Maiden, for Boston; 1.15 P. M.. stmr Vancouver (Br), for Buenos Aires. NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. April 14. Arrived, stmrs Stephen (Br), from New York (and sailed for Para) : Zuidcrdijk (Dutch). New Orleans (and sailed for Rotterdam): Llanberis (Br). Genoa (and sailed for Bio de Janeiro); Comr-etitor (Br). Ornnziapollo (Br). Naples: Clearpool (Br). Alsiers: Angle Mexican (Br), Cardiff: Cambrian King (Br). Cardiff; Kurdistan (Br). Mirseilies: Harewood (Br), Genoa: Anglo California (Br). Cardiff. Sailed 14th. stmrs Oristano (Br), for Norfolk; Hopemonnt (Br). St. Nazairre: Altai (Rus). Havre: Frankbv (Br), Taranto; Berwindmoor(Br),Taranto. SALISBURY. MD.. April 13. Arrived, schrs R. E. Powell. Hughe3; Thomas "Richard. Moore: Em-ilv and Catherine, Banks: Blackbird, Insley. and Philip Kirkwcod. Waller, all from Baltimore with cargoeSL SCOTLAND. VA.. April 14. Sailed, schr Madison, Lumpkins. for Baltimore. WEST POINT, VA.. April 13. Arrived, schrs Tro- rtallawav. from Bnltimorn for Wrilkwton - 4 Grade May. Bnstow. from Salisbury for Mattaponi. - Arrived From Baltimore. -. . 'Stmr Matilda Weems.'HaU (via Wilmington and Georgetown), Charleston-Uth instant.- " ? -" Stmr Nantucket. McDorman, Boston 14th .instant. Stmr Parthian. Ryan; Providence 14th Instant. Schr Mary Lv Baxter, Dodge (via Norfolk), Bath, Maine. 14th instant (in tow of true Buccaneer). Stmr Perry Setzer, Blake. Jacksonville 13th lust. ' Sailed For Baltimore. Stmr Louisiana"-(tank), Tonassen. Port ArthnT (via Charleston). 13th instant. Stmr Westerdyjk- fDutcil). D Jong. Newport A ews 14th instant. " Stmr Ch'iswick (Br), Hardy (via. Daiquiri). Cristobal 13th instant, Stmr Annetta.-(Br). Mepham, Port Antonio 14th. Stmr Vinland (Nor). Senior. -New York 14th Inst. Stmr Powhatan. Rogers (via Savannah), Jacksonville 14th instant. ' -. Stmr Chesapeake. DeIa.uo. New York 14th instant. Stanr Transportation. Smith, Boston 13th' instant. Stmr Kershaw. Johnson. Boston 14th instant. . . Memoranda. Stmr Nardboen (Dan) Petersen, from Baltimore (via Falmouth) for Esbjerg. passed Xhingeness 13th. Stmr Boijestad (Nor). Haraldsen." from New York for Tampico. passed Diamond Shoals, 14th instant. Stmr Frederick Luckenbach. Benner, from San Francisco, at New York 14tU instant. Stmr Wearbridge (Br), Smith, for Hampton Road3,-sailed from Savonna 7th instant. Stmr Hjorthohn (Dan). Thorgersen,- for Cape Henry, sailed from" Blyth 13th instant. Stmr Xord Erne (Br). Unwin. for New YoTk, sailed from Boston 14th instant. Schr Fairfield (Dan), for Philadelphia, sailed from Rio Janeiro 11th instant- - . Stmr Holtye (Br), Hill, from Baltimore for Genoa, passed Gibraltar 13th instant. Tug George's Creek. Brooks, with three barges. Baltimore to Boston, sailed from Vineyard Haven" Mth instant. Schr George W. Elzev. Jr.. Elzey, from New York, at Owen's Ferry. Ga.. 14th instant. ' Schr Courtney C. Houck. Atkinson, for - Boca Grande, sailed from Tampa 14th instant. Schr Bayard Hopkins Harrison, from Philadelphia, at Jacksonville 14th instant. Cliarters. Stmr Burnby (Br). 26,000 quarters grain. Atlantic range to French Atlantic) port or Marseilles. 10s. heavy: 7s.6d. oats: May. Two- guaranteed steamers, 3&O0O quarters oats and 40,000 quarters oats. Baltimore to London: 6s.6d.; May-June. Slim- Jsne Radcliffe (Br. 2,642 tons), coal. Baltimore .to Montevideo;- private- terms: spot. Stmr Antonio (Br. 1,653 tons), coal. Baltimore to Marseilles; about 45s.; snot. ' Stmr Hopemoor (Br. 2.375 tons), coal. Baltimore to Savona: about 45s.: spot. Schr John Tuohy (908 tons), lumber, Philadelphia to Buenos Aires. $18; back to New York with quel- raon wooa. 30.23. "Vessels Sailed For Baltimore. () Option ogortatj via porta. Port. Date. Allantaa (Br). Johnstone'.. ..Gibraltar...:... Apr. . 5 Amphitrite (Swed). Eweldb..Aalborg .'..Apr. 1 Annetta (Br). Mepham Port Antonio.. Apr. 14 Athanassios (Br). Marychurch. Naples Mar. 25 Athenia (Br). Black Glasgow Apr. 12 Beekbergen (Dutch) . Hottertlain Apr. 4 California (Dan). Petersen. ..Copenhagen. ...Apr. 10 tChiswick (Br). Hardy Cristobal Apr. 13 Claveresk (Br). Triggs V.Felton Apr. 12 Coniston Water (Br), Slmpson-Spezia Apr. 8 Fratelll Bianchi (It). Cuneo.-.Genoa Mar. 23 Genova (Ital) Barry Mar. 24 Hazelmoor (Br). Mithenson... Gibraltar.. Mar. 30 J.P.Justensen (Dan). Nissen... Greenock Apr. 9 John Blumer (Nor), Albretbson.Arendale...Mar. 30 Kohistan (Br). Davies Swansea Apr. 9 Lancastrian (Br), George. ...London Mar. 30 TLouisiana. Jonassen ' Port Arthur Apr. 13 Magnus (Dan) Kirkwall Mar. 13 Mar Carusco (Tt).-Maresea...Spezia Mar. 27 Orkild (Dan). Skovgaard.... -Leghorn Mar. 17 Parkhaven (Dut). Coolen Rotterdam Mar. 14 Pollux (Dutch) Amsterdam Apr. 3 Poviga. (Ital) Genoa Apr. 8 Primo (Ital). Lauro Genoa Mar. 24 Progress III (Nor) BomhoIdt.Alexandria....Apr. 9 Rochdale (Br). Isdale Las' PalmaB Mar. 17 Rodfaxe (Dan), Petersen Copenhagen Mar. 28 Roma (Nor) Stockholm Feb. 15 Ruas (Dan). Petersen Shields Feb. 12 Sirius (Dan). Moller :Troon Apr. 0 Swanmore (Br). Gowan..... .Liverpool Apr. 3 Sowwell (Br), Sydenham Las Palmas Apr. 1 Sydio (Swed. new) Port Pirie Mar. 8 Taxiarhia (Greek) Oran Apr. 5 Vinland (Nor), Schjott New York Apr. 14 Westerdyk (Dut). De Jong... Rotterdam Mar. 27 Zevenbergen (Dut). Smit Amsterdam. ...Mar. 28 SHIPS AND BARKS. Antonio d'Ali (It). Frustiere.Trapani Feb. 5 Dagny (Nor), Bengtsen Rio Janeiro Mar. 21 Ferm (Nor). Ne:sen Caleta Colasa.-.Jan. 6 Frede (Ital), Boero Marseilles Mar. SO Silver-stream (It), Majorani..Trapani Fob. 18 Steinsund (Nor), Stray Plymouth.Eng.Feb. 15 Stella (Nor) Liverpool Mir. 9 Stella del Mare (Itl) Marseilles, Jan. a SCHOONERS. Edward H .Cole. Rogers Rio Janeiro Apr. 3 Wll. Gertrude (Br), Merriam.Wihn'Bton.N.O.Mar. 29 Steamers To Arrive At New York. DDE APRIL 15. From Sailed Stmr Adriatic -.Liverpool Apr. 7 Stmr Canastota Hull Mar. 31 Stmr Guantanamo. ... '.Rotterdam ,.Mar. 2D Stmr Kelbergen Hull ...Mar. 31 Stmr Toro Hull Mar. 31 Stmr Ryswyk Rotterdam Mar. 30 Stmr Italia Naples Mar. 31 Stmr I. Coutzis .St. Michaels Apr. 8 Stmr Crcs. Court ...Liverpool Mar. 31 DDE APRIL 16. Stmr United. States Christiansand Apr. 3 Stmr Ghazee Hull ". Apr. 1 Stmr Den of Airlie 1-iOndon Apr. 2 Stmr Boniface itarbados Apr. b Stmr Benedict Barbados Apr. a Stmr Matura Trinidad - Apr. 8 Stmr Strathnairn.... Genoa Mar. 29 Stmr Devon City Shields Mar. 31 Stmr Vard Rotterdam Apr. 1 Stmr Norfolk Barry Apr. 1 Steamers To Sail Vrom New' Yorli. For Sails Stmr Niagara Bordeaux Apr 15 Stmr Arabic Liverpool Apr. 15 Stmr St, Louis ...Liverpool Apr. IV Stmr Taormine. Naples Apr. 17 Stmr Rochambeau ...... Bordeaux Apr. 17 Stmr Minnehaha. ...... .-..London Apr. 17 Stmr Orduna Liverpool Apr. 19 Stmr Ryndam Rotterdam ..Apr. 20 Stmr Sant' Anna Naples, Marseilles.Apr. 20 Stmr Adriatic .Liverpool Apr. 21 Stmr United States Copenhagen Apr. 23 Stnir-St. Paul Liverpool Apr. 2V Stmr Duca d'Abruzzi..... Naples. Genoa.--.. .Apr. 21 Stmr Tuscania Lirerp-I, Glasgow.. Apr. 24 Stmr Touraine.... Bordeaux Apr. 24 Stmr Madonna Naples, Marseilles.Apr. 26 Stmr Roma Azores, Marseilles.Apr. 26 Stmr Kursk - Rusia Apr. 27 Stmr Lapland Liverpool Apr. 23 Stmr Oscar II Copenhagen1 Apr. 29 Stmr Caserta Naples Apr. 29 Stmr Lusitanla. ....... .....Liverpool May 1 Stmr Camcronia .....Glasgow May 1 Stmr Cancrpic Naples, Genoa..- Mav 1 Stmr Rotterdam Rotterdam May 1 Stmr Europa Naples. Genoa May 1 Stmr Chicago Bordeaux May 1 Stmr Bergensfjord Bergen May 1 Stmr New York Liverpool -..Mav 1 ':.'". r" : .Domestic Porta. - DEOiVTAKB "BREAKWATER, "April 1. Passed out from PhOadelphio. stmrs Dominion (Br), for. Savannah; Tanagra (Br), New York: Aluitkan, New-York: Jose (Not). Port Antonio; schr Gardiner G. Deering. Guantanamo Bay naval . station; Bertha. (Nor) . . Manzanillo. -Passed up "for-Philadelphia, stmr' Giuseppe Ao-came (Ital). from Genoa. - NEW YORK. April 14. Arrived, stmrs Taosmina, from. Naples: Ryndam, Rotterdam: Minnehaha. Lon-don; Sant Anna. Marseilles; Saxilby. Barry: Juan. Port Antonio; Kamouraska.- Gibraltar: Pathfinder. Tampico: Largo- lair. London: Dunbarmoor.' Norfolk; Negus, Port Spain forPerth Amboy: Alaskan, Philadelphia; Larenberg. Rotterdam: Cbrozal,. Gua-nica; Vanban, Havre; Haulwen. Alexandria. - ' Cleared '14th, stmrs Photina, for Spezia.: Orssola, Venice: Ville de Paris. Havre: Bur, Stockholm: Suveric. . Galveston: Petrolite. Philadelphia: Berr windvale. Newport News: Arabic. Liverpool: Largo Law, Portland, Maine: Canning. Manchester: San-turce. Macoris; Commodore Rollins. Port Antonio; Zaandyk. Amsterdam: Mai in oh e. Banes; Melrose, Cardenas: Ramsay, Bordeaux. Sailed 14th. stmrs Massapeq.ua. for Yabucoa: Merlon Hall. Calcutta: Mane di Gioraio. "Port Antonio: Escalona. Liverpool :- St, Kolda. Norfolk: Bermudian. Bermuda: Driehergen, Lagune. del Carmen; Maracaibo, Curacao: Olinda, Nipe : St. Ronald.- Yokohama; Santa." Marta. Cristobal; Petra. Philadelphia : Frances. Macoris : . Antonio " Lopez. Havana: Bar, Stockholm-: Ramsav, Bordeaux; Pho-tonia, Spezia; Orseola, Venice; Berwindvale, Newport News. PHILADELPHIA. April 14. Arrived, stmrs Ben Park (Br), from Leghorn via Bermuda; PengrefiP (Br). Cardiff via Norfolk. - Cleared Mth. stmrs Amsteldvk (Dutch), for Rotterdam; Tottenham (Br). Norfolk. Foreign Ports. ALGIERS. April 5. Sailed, stmr Alghios Gerasi- CRISTOBAL. April -14. Sailed, attar Strathesk (from Newport News), for San Francisco. - - GENOA. Ami! 12. Arrived, stmr Alcana, from Wilmington. N. C. , GIBRALTAR, April 13, Passed, stmr Duca GOTHENBURG, April 2. Sailed, stmr Jemt- land. for Newport NeW3. - HULL., April 13. Arrived, stmr Uto. from Savannah. . KIRKWALL. April 12. Arrived, stmrs America, from Philadelphia: Georgia. Savannah, LONDON. April 14. Arrived, stmr Batsiord, . I . , 1 .... .3 rwA 1 T,rfnlV NAPLES. April 4. Sailed, stmr Benheather. for .onoi.. LATER SEWS OF THE SHIPS, IF ANY IS RECEIVED, WILL BE FOUND OX PAGE a. NEGROES APPLAUD MAYOR Exeeatlve Addresses ' Opening; Of Colored 31. E. Conference. Mayor Preston was warmly greeted at John Wesley Colored Methodist Episco-pnl Church yesterday morning when he delivered -an address of welcome at the opening of the fifty-second', annual session of the Washington Conference. Bishop Cranston, who is presiding, and the Revs. A. L. Gaines and Ernest Lyon were among the other speakers. In his address the Mayor said that t was.a patriotic duty to support the country, State and city. He briefly outlined the improvements that either had been started or completed during his term, and said that liis administration was now considering the needs of - better school accommodations for colored children as well as those of other people in Baltimore. The great work that Lincoln did for your people," he said, "will be rewarded' by a higher power. Your duty is now to the community in which you live." He was enthusiastically applauded at the close of his address and, on the motion of Dr. Lyon, the conference tendered him a rising vote of thanks. Memorial services for the late Bishop Mclntyre, Bishop Charles W. Smith, the Revs. R. R. Riggs, E. W. Shaw, Washington Murray and others were held. The Rev. N. M. Carroll presided. The conference elected the following officers: The Rev. S. H. Norwood, chief secretary; the Rev. W. S. Jackson, statistical secretary, and the Rev. M. W. Clair, treasurer. It was announced that the Rev. D. D. Turpeau, who has been in charge of the work among colored people ot the Alary-land Anti-Saloon League, had resigned and would again enter the active ministry. SPRING RESORTS. NEW JERSEY. ATLANTIC CITY, PT. J. GRAND ATLANTIC Viigimuave., close to beach. Capacity 600. Modern and hieh-cias3 at moderate rates. Lar;o rooms, ivitli soutliern exposure; private and public baths, elevator, sun parlors, etc.; $2.50 up daily, special weekly. Superior table and attentive service. Write for booklet. Auto meets trains. W. F. SHAW. American and European plans. Virginia A v. and the Boardwalk: Capacity GOO. Every appointment, including not and. cold sea water baths. Orchestra. Open all year. EXCELS IN COMFORT-SERVICE AND CUISINE Kentucky Ave., near Beach and all attractions, 200 choice rooms; running water, private baths, $2 up daily; 510 up weekly. Booklet. HOTEL BOTHWELL Virginia are., pecond house from Boardwalk and Steel Pier. Every appointment. Hinbeat standard in cuisine and scrvicoi Booklet. HOTEL DOLPHIN St. Charles Place, first house from Beach; select location ; ocean view rooms, elerator, electric lights, steam heat, prirate baths. American and Europcaa !'""- 3. T. DOLPHIN. THE LORAINF .Charles Place & . TIT . hc1'- Prirate fresh & sea water baths; runninp; water in rooms; clerator; superior cable. Reduced early season, rates. Coach at trains. A. E. Wasner, Prop. ; tv. "-a--? ffwr Josiah White & Soa'cnimi'any. CLARENDON HHTITT v Vir?,IlU Avenue. Near Beach. -V en huilo wicn runninc water. Write for Free Boohlet. MONROE HCHINI i OxjUeX- VlrainiaAvn near ueacn HOTEL SHOREHAM JiSSSA- near Beach. Elevator. oriTato baths, Btearo heat, open surrouiidingg. Moderate enrinS rates. Cap.S0Q; booklet. V. T. COTTEl" Mgr. AVfilW FWW XirBiniil- ave- PriTate baths. 111 ll Running water. Special cn . . 1 week-end rate, aat. to Mon.. 53.50. American and Europ. plan. H. W. Williams Steel Pier. Roomi rdtli prirate bath and running water. Special spring rates. B. J. F. L. Millert HOTEL LELANDE N Massachusetts ave.. directly on the beach: elevator. private baths: reasonable rates. Walter 8. Hawk. BERKSHIRE INNTna- vS ave. High-class cuisine. "Winter rates. $10 to SIT weekly, $2 up daily. Elevators. J. E. DICKINSON. Nw Clarion Kentucky Ave.. 2d House from w uauun ocean: rfsvator to street; o&eo all year. Garage. 8. K. BONIFACE? PENNSYLVANIA. CANADENSIS, I' V. NEW SPRUCE CABIN INN, Where you CAN catch trout. Rooms en suite with lath. "Electric lights, steam heat, garage, golf, saddle horses; all amusements. Booklet. Cresco Station, Pennsylvania Rnilroad. W. J. & M. D. PHIOE1. Props. MARYLAND. TRY A VACATION IN SPRING, the loveliest season, on tho Eastern Shore, at THE WIL-"LOWS. St. Michaels. Md. Modem conveniences. KATXROAB XiPfES. SOUTHERN RAILWAY N. B. TIio following ecliedula publiahcd only, as Information. Trains lv. Baltimore via P. JR. n A. M.. for Memphis, Nashville. G.05 A M 8.38 A.M.. 0.20 P.M.. for AsheviJle. Atlanta! Birmingham. Nevf Orleans. 3.23 P. M,, for Atlanta, Birmlncham. Tourist car for Califomia daily. 4.4Q P.M., for Salisbury. AsheTiUe, Charlotte, Columbia. Aiken, Autnista. Savannah, .fachsonrlllo. S.1S P.M.. Knoxville. Chattanooga. Birmingham, Bhreveport. New Orleans. Texas. Direct Route to California Expositions. L. H. BPRGB33. T.P.A.. llf g. Balto. st. SEABOARD AIR LINE RWT. (The Progressivo Railway of . the SOUTH.) ' Electric Lifthted Steel Equipment Only. Leave Baltimore froiii Union Station (P7R. 3.) for Raleiph, Wilmington, Columbia. Savannah. Jacksonville, St." Aug-ustine. Palm Beach, Miami. Key West. Tampa, St. Petersburg and Havana. Atlanta. Birmincham, Memphisand the SouthweJt. T.38 A. M. Dally "Seaboard Fast Mall." 8.33 P. M. Dailv "Florida-Cuba Special" and "Atlanta-BirminRham-Memphis Special." Ticket Office. CONTINENTAL TRUST BLB. O. B. RYAN. G.P.A.. S. Z,. JONES. Ticket Act Nor'olfc Va. O. M. CHILTON. CP. A Atlantic Coast Line "Standard Railroad of the South." 1.43 P.M. Leave Baltimore daily. Union Station (P. R." R.). through sleeping cars to Charleston. Savannah, Augusta, Jacksonville, Key West and Tampa, -with direct connciSSjn for Havana. S.13 P.M. For Wilmington. Charleston, Savannah, Jackronville and St. Petersburg. 2.r0 A.M.-New York to Jacksonville. W. H. WARDIN. Agent. Light and German sta. LEATHER & SHOE FINDINGS. TT7iTT,T,"V''Ci LEATHER- STORE. JX.JlliJ-UJX O 223 WEST FATMl'l'b; ST. GARAGES. GARAGE Mosher st rear lrjOl Linden ave. Phone. MT. VERNON gSOO. A10-14t TvTOT'TP'Tr 1 am nbout to build one of J-l -- -1 --C' the most modern and commodious Garages In this city, at the corner of Charles and Oliver Streets. A very convenient and desirable location In the midst of a rapidly growing business section and adjacent to Penna. and B. & O. R. R. Depots. . Any one d.esirinjr space in same can have the plans- changed to suit their convenience by applying at once to War. D. MCLAUGHLIN, 1500 N. Charles Street. AUTOS AJSTD ACCESSORIES. tFPRT 18?4 ,JSL 13 FORD TOTJR-UG GAR: cash. J 25QS, Srm office. 15t f WANTED Roadster or runabout: stata cash price , ,w;iuna. .rmurcBS J. a&TO,. emr PORJ SAlB--HTJPMOBFIiB TOURING CAB. cheap frcash. L 2S73. Sim office.: a!5-4t WANTED Three Ford ehasses for "jitney; state price, model and condition. " Address P Son office - Aii-fit ixju-v.ooa - ngnt 5-passenger tonring car; - . j-x. jjciccr at., nr5t noor. ai-hii MOTOR OARS STORED . at . moderate monthly pATSnrSMvlFi&S8 ROADSTER: also RvtISS-?.1? FOB LIGHT DELIVERY OR SSSSS AIU. in llrsVclass condition. ,. GRIPPIN-S FIREPROOF GARAGE, all-OT Pars: avenila and TTrvtvir Etn.t Gr- E. BLAYLOCK vSMiring IN THE CTTY. GET HIS Plffi"11"6 AUTOMOBILE machinist, exper. on all make and model cars: satisfaction guaranteed: reasonable jicj. mm x .vipaiign, iuw ira. aye. T-PASSEXGER SPOEREIK: perfect condition; w jjl MAumKjzs Avx.. Aiu. vernon vovo. 3ITmi?i IeIt.1- Apply at 261E. i1 GASOLINE. Xlc. 93X N. Broadway. - Logue. 020 W. Lafayette av. T-PASSFA?fiPR flATTT A -v-r ... it t special model, wire wheels Tipholsterecd in BreSn ?ordnroy; perfect condition: looks like new. Sacrifice to juick bnyer. SOS X. Gay at. FOB SAI,E19U S-cylinder Winton Tourine: has made less than 10,000 miles; reason for aelliris, t bT??s.'v.l05?i . f2r balance of year. B. H. KR ;ErO.S.TItATOR: VERY PINE COXDI- . . BEEIILER & OGDBX. I20"" ' 1 lt West TejrinirtOTi street. ONB new Stanley. Steam Itoadster and one 7-pass. StSnW .Rto.n.' n-A.ivJn r.nV. n 1 nn Apply H. B. GRUBE. IQOO' American Bldg! FORD ROADSTER: late model: fully equipped; good condition. SHELLEY'S. 873 Park aTe. FORD. OWNERS START YOUR CARS FROM SEAT, reliable, simple, safe. O. K. STARTER; price. .514. Money back on demand. Any lady can use it. Avoid muddy streets, dirty cranks, broken wrists. Postal will bring representative. THE SPECIALTY 'COM PAN YliJlxO Oakfleld avenue. Phone Walbrook 2511. m2Q-2m PRIVATE -PARTY wiU-sacriflco 4-door light 5-passenger-tourinff car to Quick buyer. In fine ttt r,-P'"Sordfr and gone onlj" 3.0C0. miles. 415 W. FAYETTE ST. A13-t FOR SALEIOIS 5-PASSENGER APPEESON, 45-H.F., just painted and overhauled; good tires; ?SSrS 19?W?S car; $350. RANDALL MFG. CO.. 3S S. Charles st. - Apl3-tf FOR SAM3-1814 5-PASSENGER PAIGE; electric starter and lights, new tires; excellent con-dltipn.; J400. RANDALL MFG. CO.. Apl3-tf as S. Charles street. ISO OARS CHEAP. SgEDS 1915, 1914. 1913. 1912. from SZSO up. SSASiG511 1913. 1912. 1911. 1910. SS25 up. . B01CKS 1914. 1913. 1S12. $CO Ul OVERLAND 1914. electric lichts. bumDcr. Klaxon horn, extra tire, complete equipment. lSSO. 11)14 nVnilT.AVn -..oeannnn T.'IMn r.m self-starter, biunner. extra tire, seat covers, cheap. -"' Vkjuji.nuiAu UAl-ruA uiL.lvr.Kl.. liar-gain. STEIN'S AUTO EXCHANGE. a!3-lm 40S-10 North Calvert street. FCrtt i3AL.T: 7 pass. Packard, reasonable. A. & H. GARAGE, 1SOG-S N. Fnlton ave. a!3-6t X5X1 Warren-Detroit, 6-passenger car. Running order, good tires. Make jrooof Jitney or Truck. xounng: tuny eauippeu; giiaranteea; run l.ouu miles. Address S 255G. Sun office. A12-4t rendy for jitney service: carry 10 passengers. street. Ht. -Paul 6567. . A12-14t FOR SATE 1913 Rauch-Lanff Electric Brouebam snlendid mnrlitinn Arlrtrfac T."" Krfcri KiIti. PIERCE ARROW limousine, must be sold at once. Price $55Q. K ooS. Sun office. A12-6t AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING ANU REPAINTING. rore juoors put on and Hodies Kemoaeiea. ub- KflTTlfTH tin? Rnilltm, r A,,i-n Pnrllnu THR THOMAS WHITE CO.. TS4 W. Saratoga or. FOJt SALE A CADILLAC JITNEY BUS, run ning oraer. seats 14 people, cneap. uwner siolc. Address Y Sun office. a!2-8t 1013 five-passenger "Pathfinder." 1912 five-passenger Maxwell, and 1913 live-pass enger Maxwell. All thoroughly overhauled. Will demonstrate if illtPrPStnrt TCn rwanmhln nffor rPiicoH ttt J. Aladison ave. all-lm FOR SALE 3J14 OVERLAND. Apply E. A. HAEGLEY BROS., CarroIIton ave. and Lexington st. 5-PASSENGER TOURING OAR: LATBMODEL; Mh9-3m S Sn58, Sun ofllce. FOR SALE Ford Tourins Car. $275. Cadillac, S10. 1 set 34x4 Detroit rims, two 4-cvlinder magnetos. Motorcycle, $45. LAFAYETTE GA- RAGE. 1418 W. Lnfavette nve. M24-lm ADTOMOBILB Repaxrlno and Repaintlnu. HlEb-graidc work at reasonable prices. WHITE & ALB A UGH, lOOO Penna. ave. MICHELIN TIRES & TUBES REDUCED ONE QUALITY ONLY THE BEST MT. ROYAL TIRE CO., HEADQUARTERS. lOS lO-l W. MT. ROYAL AVE. t'CLCANIZING. RETREADING. REPAIRING. SoOO Six- cylinder 7-paasenger Tourine Car; good rnnniiiff condition. $o2 Seven-passenger Touring Car xrith new top and Gray & Davis elec. lighting system: perfect condition. S400 Mitchell Roadster, pood condition; all these, cars are sufficiently large to bo used for jitney sen-ice. AUTO SAI.ES CO.. fltt. Vernon 425. 1005 OT N. Eutaw st. UP-TO-DATE TOURING OARS, S2.BO PER HOUR. CARS STORED. So PER MONTH. GASOLINE. 12c. GAL.LON. PUI-TON AUTO SERVICE GARAGE. Ph.. Mad. 4702-M. at24 Herbert street. aS-lm Rear of 1300 Block W. North ove. 1013 DETROITER TOURING, flno condition : extra equipment: S3T5. Phone Gilmor OS(S. vd-dress D 2545. Sun office. a9-13t HAVING bought 7-passe"ffger car. will sell my 5-passenger Touring Cart in firs't-class condition, lilenty of power, for 9330; must sell nt once. PARKER'S GaRAGE. 610 W. North aye. 1'ORD CAR with delivery and touring body at a bargain. G. .T. G. Roadster. 1913 ; 6-cj-linder Oakland, 1914 Paige, 1913 Pullman, 1912 Mitchell W. J. Meyers. 1300 Lovcgrove alley, near Mount wjai n.c ...mini, veratm . o-jl. MUST SELD AT ONCE. EITHER MY QVER- l--.--.JJ ' ' 1- UKU, jISVjIS AA1 1 '.HI ,M 1 1 IJ - ELS. BOTH IN GOOD SHAPE. Address D 2464, Sun office. A8-lm l.COO pounds Tiito Automobile Truck; good condition and. fully equipped. WALKEK- ilton sts. - ' m2S-lm WILL SELL OTTEAP Model K. Pullman 5-pas- Renger iuukiau UAK: in excellent condition; would also make splendid light truck or jitney. M31-lm J. EPPLER. 1210 S. Snarp st. USED CAES FOB SALE. 1911 Chphners' Coupe, with extra Tourins Body, 1913 r-rassengsr Winton 6. 1913 5-Passenger Franklin. 6-38. 1913 4-gylinder Franklin Roadster. 1910 7-Passenger Franklin. 6-42. 5-Passenger Franklin. 6-30. Franklin Motor Oar Co.. XOIT IP N. Entavf st. ONE 1913 INDIAN. 2 speeds and full equipment, one 1914 INDIAN, 2 speeds, electric lights and full equipment: no reasonable offer refused. STEIN'S-AUTO EXCHANGE. 40S N. Calvert st. . 1910 PACKARD 7-passenger Touring Car, In very good condition. A splendid car for hiring at a right price. STANDARD MOTOR CO.. 1O0S N. Eutaw St. OLIVER GARAGE & MACHINE CO. (SLATSMAN & CO.. PROPS.) EXPERT MACHINISTS. REPAIRING. REPAINTING. STORAGE. AUTO SUPPLIES. 1439 N. CENTRAL AVENUE. aT-ln THE Dolohin Radiator and Fender Co.. Dolphin it. and Mt. Royal ave. Mad. 4344. ial8-12m AUTO -Starter won't work? We are specialists. D. Williamson Co.. 112! Cathedral st. 1212 Mt. V. ATTTQMOBII.es FOR HIRE- AUTO HIRING. 82.BO PER HOUR. SPECIAL RATES FOR DAY TRIPS. MOTOR CAR COMPANY. Mt- Royal and Maryland aves. Mt. V. 4447. "P A f!TC A T?"D TOURING CARS FOR HIRE ; -1- v latest models: 7-passenger; rea sonable rates. Phone Wolfe ft"l T5-M. Ar13-12ni MOTOBCYCTES. FOR SALE '14 Henderson; equipped. Good condition. N Sun.- al5-2t 1913 EMBLEM TWIN, fully equipped: just overhauled; new Emblems, with kick starter, $200 and up: easy payments. KITZ. 3239 E. Baltimore st. Phone. Wolfe 3561-K. ml&-lm" lOJIS TWIN MERKELS, $200 up: MIAMI MOTOR BICYCLES. S125: MERKEL BIC1X1.E, on terms. SANDRnOK- al3-lm 93 f North Howard street. 1914 DAYTON. 9-H.P.. 2-Sp.. with side car, . fully equipped. $250. 1914 Dayton. 9-H.P..S165. 1914 Reading. 7-H.P., $140. 1913 Dayton. 9-H.P.. t!20. Merryman & Robinson. 192Q N. Charles st. 'IS EXCELSIOR. T-l H.P S115 '14 INDIAN. T-IO H.P.. practically new. . IBS '14 HARLEY; B U.IV. smgle. 2-speea equip. 125 MARYLAND CYCLE CO.. 228 S. Broadway. - SELLING OUT Motorcycles Some time ago vre announced that we -were going out of tho game; since then ire hare eold all but sir motorcycles; they are in perfect A-l condition, and no reasonable offer for any of the following machines -will be refused: lOXX 4-H.P. THOR. - X9X3 T-H.P. TWIN THOR; with lamp, tandem and horn; perfect condition'. X9X4 7-H.P. TTvTN THOR; brandnew; neratr beeu used. 1914 9-H.P. TWIN THOR; irith iaop, tan-dem. Presto-LIto tank and nom; hasn't been run over 250 milp. 19X4 9-H.P. TWIN THOB; brand new; neror been used ' 1812 5-H.P. TWiw tat.e:; ftiJir equipped. BALTIMOHB ANZ HOWARD STS. BARGAINS In all makes " USED MOTORCYCLES; agents for Thor Motorcyclee. RANDALL MFG. CO.. f22-m " 28 South Charles street. 10 SAVED ON THB PURCHASE OP A SECOND-HAND, - ALL MAKES, TRADED IN OK 18ir, INDIANS. SINGJjlBs;. magnetos: free eng.... .....8SO tip TWINS: magnetos; free eng..:... .....875 n . .FRENCH'S, 304- W. Baltimore C 424 Njntb. at.. Washington, T, O" MONEY TO LOAN. . XSSI. OMJEST ESTABLISHED. 1S!1. THE MARYLAND CHATTEL LOAN ASSOCIATION ' ALBERT BLUMEJR.. Manager. CALVERT 'BUILDING. Rooms 22S- Sal - and 333 (second floor.) S. E. COR. FAYETTE AND ST. PAUL SIS; amoo dp to ssoo.oo loaned on FURNITURE. PIANOS, etc-witbout re moral. LEGAL. RATES. NO EXTORTION. SEE TJS AND KEEP OUT OF THE CLUTCHES OF LOAN SHARKS. Address or phone and agent will call and explain rates without coat- u. & f . f hone. at. faui LOANS OX INDORSEMENTS AND OTHER Security. A dignified and: inexpensive plan of borrowing money. TO be repaid in small weekly installments. - sPrompt action.' No extortionate charges.. Absolute privacy. The National Building ".'ix aaaouauuii, xutni viverc isnuqing. MONEY TO LOAN on mortgage" and other securl- QUICK LOANS S3gffife. ggnS. Estate, etc.; anywhere in city or country. Private offices for ladies. Courteous advice. See usflrst. Bal-ttmore Investment Co.. 31Q N.. Howard at. f2-12m NO ONE REFUSED. -If yon need $5 to $100 on furniture and salary why amounts. Headquarters for best families, ranall merchants. "- One signature. No Investigations. Standard Loan Co.. aas St. Paul st.. near Lex. S HOME LOAN COMPANY. S S 313 NORTH GREENE STREET. Largest and cheapest loan company in city, one signature. Phone and money sent you. St. Paul 8727. IF THE BUILDING ASSOCIATION has a mortgage on your property and .you need. money, will loan you- on a second mortgatre. Mbnov advanced immediately. Strictly confidential. Writo or call A. .T; QUlNN. GOO Equitablo Building. Phone St. Paul -1 2 TO. alO-lm "WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET TO BE SENT YOU FREE OF CHARGE. GIVING FULL DETAILS OF CHARGES ON ANY SIZE LOAN. OUR PRIVATE OFFICES AND QUICK AND LEGITIMATE TRANSACTIONS HAVE CAUSED SUCH AN HNORMOUS INCREASE IN OUR BUSINESS THAT WE CAN EASILY AFFORD TO "LOAN MONEY AT LESS THAN LEGAL RATES. COMMERCIAT., GUARANTEE C0.y 901 N. GAT ST. Ihon "Wolfe lOTS. The Flat Iron Bnftalri. TTO"NrR!V koaed on undivided Interests in WATTS. 223 St. Paul street. sll-lZmexsa TjOAISIS 5? up on Furniture. Pianos, etc JJUAIN Bay stato Lean Co.. 1050 N. Oar. CASH To Salaried Pkoplb On own name; dlcmiflcd: confidential: easy rorm-- JJtri i in , L"ma.ww jaiQg.. Htvcrr. ana i' ayetto streets, tx MONEX JLoaned at nor cent, in snmf to rant; real estate, chattels cir other (rood security; mall 0"ses a aneclaltv: chnrees reasonable. VER- cc u.r j.ut ilosz haratoca st. MUTUAL LOAN FUND ASSOCIATION. "REAL; ESTATE IjOANS First or Second Mortcncrcs. in citv or country. ALSO ON FURNITURE, ETC. Large or small sums. Lower than legal rates; Payments weekly, monthly or at fixed times. 4 to 24 mor-ths. 0 per cent, interest. BOOM IB. SIO E. LEXINGTON ST.. Opposite Postofflce. a29-tr LOANS on FURNITURE ONLTt. THE CHATTEL LOAN ASSOCIATION. ORGANIZED 1S!)S TO SAVR BORROWERS FROM EXTORTION. CASH CAPITAL OVER SUSI.OOO.OO EAST LEXINGTON RT. S20 SIX MONTHS. PFU MONTH. 2B SIX MONTHS. SS-l.OO PER MONTH. These figures cover entire amount to be paid. W. N. FTNLEY. Manager. MONEY advanced to salaried people and others; asy terms: strictly confidential. BOWEN & . CO.. 2Q7 Equitable BIdg.. Calvert and Fayette. LOANS The American will treat you Just right at all times. No matter what others advertise, we will mako pm a loan of $10 or more at a lower rate and on easier terms. No references, assisnments, pledges, red tape or delay ." American Loan Co.. 1X1 W. LEXINGTON ST. Singer BIdg.. 3d Floor. Phone. St. Paul 1900. OPRN SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL fi. LOANS on ifurnlture. Pianos, etc. Metxo-polltan Loan Co.. TOT.N. Gar at. $100,000 CAPITAL 'Quick Loans Up to $200 On JTOVSEHOTjO FURNITUTtB, PIANOS. Etc.. -WITHOUT REMOVAL: pan "bach in monthly instalments, at LEGAL RATES, OR LESS; icill repay oppressive loans elsewhere; prominent men financing the Society, guarantee fair dealings ; several private oflices. Come, write or pTionc. Will call at 7. r. c 3 s - r a .7 -t . . bwhc, vri cw. v to j unity. Beneficial Loan Society, Robert A. Meyer, Manager. Rooms 401-3 Calvert Building. Corner St. Paul antl Fayette Sts. TELEPHONE ST. PAUL 2696. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE and others upon their own names. Cheap rates, easy payments; confidential. BRYANT & CO.. lOll American BIdg.. Baltimore and South sts. s27-tf PAWNBROKERS. ESTABLISHED 1S25. CONSOLIDATED LOAN CO.. 1 NORTH GAY ST. ALL LOANS TIELD ONE YEAR. SFECIAL RATES ON LARGE LOANS. Km-iP u-NTTi? A vpv 'pn doivti? npiKm. FORFEITED DIAMONDS. WATCT1ES AND -Jli.VVlSl.KJC AT PRIVATE SALK. tl S. SALABES & CO., 6TS WEST BALTIMORE STREET. Side Entrance to Private Office. tf NEW YORK LOAN OFFICE. COS West Baltimore street. LARGEST -LOAN OFFICE rN THE STATE. LOANS TO ANY AMOUNT ON WATCHES. " DIAMONDS AND VALUABLES OF LOWEST RATES. Goods Kept Any Length of Time Agreed Upon. ALL KINDS. 3. SALABES & SON. :i'.'t NORTH RAY STRKET. MTosfc "Privatelv Located Office in the Citv. 'LoaM to any amount on Watches. Diamonrts and -jewelry, etc. 3-tf MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT BENJAMIN & CO.'S LOAN AND BANKING OFFICE. ESTABLISHED J830. N'OS. 420, 42K AND 42-1 F.. FAYETTE ST., NEAR GAY ST. We continue to advance the largest loana on all .rinds of valuables and collaterals. Special rates on large loans. Pledges held for twelve month3 upon agreement. .Tewelry of all kinds bought and sold. Oti dnllv to G P. M. Snt-iinlavs to 10 P. M. Private entrance No. 420. a20-tf ' EDUCATIONAL. ARCADY Farm School for little children. Kindergarten. German spoken. Sports. -'Provisions made for older children. Boys up to 12. Girls up to 16. Rates $30 a month or $110 from May 15 to September 15. Baltimore references. MISS THERESA WAELCHIT, Arcady Farm School. apU-99t "Windsor. Yorlt county, Pennsylvania. BERLITZ SCHOOL. BOO BRANCHES IN THE WORLD. Spanish. French, German. Italian. English, etc. Best method. . .Vll CATHEDRAL ST. PATENTS. PATENTS. Tade-Marks and Copyrichts Secured; mod. charges- 20 years' exper.: consultation and advice as to patentability FREE. The old .reliable firm. H. S. Brewincton & Son, Patent Attorneys. Til Equitable BIdg.. Balto.. Md. a2-lm CHAPIN A. FERGUSON. Patent Attorney. 11G- 11T Law BIdg.. Balto. 18 years' experience. MACHINERY AND MACHINISTS MORRILL & KEIZEIt CO.. Machs. & Mfrs.: all hinds newr inven's developed. 2QO N. HolHday. BOOKS SECOND-HAND. BOOKS AT BARGAIN PRICES: 40.000 volumes, PIPPEN'S GREAT BOOK STORE. JeIS-12n COS N. Eutaw St. COAT. AND WOOD IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST ALL WB ASK IS A TRIAL. AUTO TRUCK soborban delivery. ISIS Maryland aye. Mt. Vernon 3930 and 3931. LOUIS J. WILLINGER. "THE BEST COAL THAT'S ALL" ORDER NOW I Auto Truck for Suburban Delirery. . One Trial Will Convince. Main OfHce. 123J) N. GAY ST.. near Preston. Yard. CHASE ST. and ONION R. R. The larcest yard in Baltimore. Phone "Wolfe HIT. mh7-12m Kindling Wood, $2.50 Per Load. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL. H. J. FOWLER. Allceanna and Chester sts. Phone "Wolfe 1753. THE ONLT PLANT OF ITS KIND IN BALTIMORE where it ia impossible to get dirty -or slaty coal, as it is automatically screened, sized and elated and kept under COVER. "P'T?"K!Tn 2I BUNCHES KINDLING WOOD J? JXJUJlt OIt SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNT SUBURBAN AUTO DELIVERY: SPECIAL PRICES. y2 CORD PINE WOOD, $4.00 SAWED AND DELIVERED FREE G. ERNEST KRAFT. COAL POCKETS. BOLTON DEPOT. OFFICES. 1302-1304-1300 N. CHARLES ST Phona Mt. Vernon 738. Md.-1411-W. tf ANTHRACITE COAL- -Ul-lUillllNiUUS. . - riTTV AND HTTTtnn-TlATM rHTTTOWu-v Mail and Phone Orders Given Prompt Attention. Wll WiKSi' OLIVER STREET. Telephone, lit. Vernon liSQ. jalJ-U . STEAMSHIP LUTES. Establislied 1840 ::v,:"P'"' EUROPE via LIVERPOOL New Triple-Screw 'Turbin?; . i I ORDUNA MONDAY, APRIL 1 9, Spacious, Comfortable Rooms-, i Beautifully Appointed " . ' Tuscania . ; . . Sat., Apr. 24. NOON" LUSITANIA .. Sat., May I, 1 0 A.M. Transylvania . Sat.. May 8, NOONl Orduna Sat., May 15, lO AJML Tuscania ..... Sat.. May 22. NOONjrj Azores, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples,-' V, Pi r as us. S.S. CARPATHIA, Sat., May 15. Nooa ROUND THE WORLD TOURS Ihiouch bookinprs to all principal Porta of tlio AVorld. COSTPANX'S OPPICE, 21-24 STATE ST.. If. QB I.OOAL AGENTS. - Paflama Pacific Line FAST THE ' FREIGHT PANAMA SERVICE CANAIj. NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO 17 DAYS IN TRANSIT. ATLANTIC TRANSPORT ' T T"MT? A ' JllNJC. ACTS. Chamber of Commerce, Baltimore. Comminute Gcncralc 'I'l-miHntliiiiilqiia POSTAL SI3H.VICI3. si"V.r NEW YORK to BORDEADX ROCHAMBEAU Apr. 17, 3 P.M. LA TOURAINE Apr. 24, 3 P.M. CHICAGO May 1, 3 P.M. ESPAGNE May 8, 3 P.M. FOR INFORMATION- APPI-Y , A. W. UOBSllX. 127 E. UALT1MORE ST. J. HOWARD EAUElt. IM1 X. t:HAIU.E8.9T, FIDELITY TRUST CO.. CHARLES &L.EX.ST3. LINE TJnlntorrapted Mil-tnE ichodnle direct from N. T. aaloc northern ronto onf-aid of proaent"wr rone" to poaoefal KOBTTAT, SWBDKK & DkHHXRE. fut twin crew mall vteam-on flylnc neatral D&nlah flar. Dally Connections with All EuroDoui CHIm Unltcrt States. Anr. 22. Oscar II. Aur. 20. A. 13. Johnson & Co., Inc., Acts., 1 Broadway, IV. X., or Xocal Agents. BARBADOS. BAHIA RIO OEJANE1RO.SAKTOS. MOMTEVlOCO fi OUEHOS AYRES. LAM PORT HOLT LINE Frequent BalHnes from Nott YorV by new andfftit (1J,500 too) pasaongorsteamors. BUSK A DANIELS, UeD.Agti. ,8 Broadway, N.IV -- w. cbson. Xi2T ii. iiQlto. u"'w nM-ai acenr. NEW rORK BOAT. NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE TRANSPORTATION LINE. ow R&tco. Uniform Tlma SAILINGS Taesdaya. Tl.nredayu. Ratnxdaya. Pier.- Snglies aveniifi nnd Henry streetL O. A. FIFER. Agent. ti BALTIMORE AND CAROLINA B. B. CO. For Wllminctorj. N. O. : Charleston and Georgetown. 8. C. connectinir -with steamers for Colnmbla. Conway ana Georgetown ana Western R. R. South. cm Railway. Frldava nt 3 P. M". from Pier 2. Pratt t. MASON L. WEKMS WILLIAMS. General Manager. Onion TniKt Bnllmng. tt STEAMBOAT LBTES. Bay Lrin For NORFOLK and OID POINTI R 5?D P TVT Every week-day and on Sunday. Srw t i JvHl 18' May 2 and lfl' from" PIER 14, Ufiht street. All Baltimoro Steam Packet Company tickets will be honcrert on the Sundays they have no steamers by the Chesapeake Line. Ticket Office, XOT E. Baltimore Bt.; 8. A. L. By. Ofllce. Continental Building, 2 EL Slayetto nt. and OOP Light at- tt v ERICSSON LINE For Philadelphia. Steamers leave Pier 1, Light at., 5 P. M. daily, except Sundnya. stopping at Better-ton, Md. ; Chester. Pa., and way landinffsi. Deck. $1.25; Cabin. $1.50; Bound trip (15 days), $2.00; return B. '& O. IL It.. $3.J0. Tlirough tickets nt low rates to Atlautie City, $2.7f; New York. 53.75. and points North at Albaugh's.' All onr freiphtt rates lower than B. R. Quick service. Write for cnlde. CLARENCE STTRIVEB. Agent. j8-tf BALTIMOHB. CHESAPEAKE AND ATLANTIC . RAILWAY COMPANY. Steam era lv. Light St. Wharf, weather permittlns: PIER 4-6 P. M.. daily, except Sun., for Tiltf.-man's Isl., Mjuaton, Oxford. Cambridge ami landings to Wndy H1U. PIER tf 8 P. M"., M"on. and Fri.. for Trappa and Tuckaboe river and Denton. PIER -6.30 A; M. and 2,20 P. M.. dallr. ex-ceirt Sunday, for Claiborno and points to Ocean ?EIt tt5 F. jr.. Sun. and Wed., for Great Wicomico and Pi art ka tank river. PIER 3. PRATT ST. 5 I. M., Tuesdav. Thur.t Bat., for Wicomico river; 5 P. 2r., Mon.. Wed. and Fri., for Nantiroke river: 5 P. M.. Wed. and Sun..' for Crisfleld. Pungoteague. Nandua and Occohan-nock creek; 5 P. M., Tuea. and Fridny. for Criarteld, O nan cock and Pocomoke river; 5 P. AT.. Mnn. ana Thura.. for Crisfleld. Tangier, OnancGck and Poeo-moke river. TICKETS ard Advertising Matter at P. R. It, Ofllce, Baltimore and Calvert streets: General Oflices. Pier 1. Pratt ptreet. WILLARD THOMSON. T. MURDOCH. tf General M'anager. Gen Pass. Agt. MARYLAND. DELAWARE AND VIRGINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. Bteamer3 lv. Light St. Wharf, weather- pprtnittlritr; PIER S G.3D A. SL and 2,45 P. M. daiiy. except Snndav. for Love Pnint and stations to Lewes. DM. PIER ? 1 P. L Tues.. Thnrs. and Sat., fur Rock Hall and Chester river- P. M. Wed. Tar Crumpton; 4 P. M. Mon.. Wed. and Fri.. for Rock TTall. PIER 42 P. M. Tuea.. Thurs. and Sat. -for Bav Landings and Patuxent river. PIER 312 noon Sun.. 4.30 P. M. Tuen. and Thura.. for Fredericksburg: 4.30 P. M. Fri.. tor Tannabannock: 4.30 P. M. Wed., for Sharps. VTVTt s T. M. Mondav Wednrwldv and Sat urday, for Washington. D. C. and intermediate poinis. llCKeta at t . ii . Jince. aitimor ana Calvert streets. . m WILL.w ti?mcon. T. MURDOCH, tf General Manager. Gon Paa3. Agt. For Old Point and Norfolk R 30 P. M. eTerr week, day and Sundays : April 11 and 23 and alternate Son days following until further notice. Chesapeake Line tickets will be honored on the aunaaya tney navo no steamer 07 tno kiw uaj Line. YORK RIVER LINE For West Point and Richmond. 6 I". M. dail except Sunday. P1RDS -f AND -in r.TfJHT STREKT. TICKET OFFICES: 11!) AND 12T E. BA1V TOLCHESTKR COMPANY. Spring Scbcdule (Weather PermUtlnert.,, A -J . T'i i r 15 V Tt WPST I' TV IT If T.IN'K Mon. days. Wlnelay and Fridays at 7.30 A. M. , LITTI.lt OHOPTANK Tuesdays and Thursday . at 6.30 A.M. . 7.- HASMArrtrtn itl v i-.Jt. or.iir.ivuM i 'rnrTTKKTTTTt Tiienrlavti and Saturdays at 2.45 P. SI., elcent Tolchester on Satnnlpy. PORT DKPOSIT AND HAVRB DE GRACE. RETTERTON AND TOI.CHESTER Mondayi. Wednesdays. ThnrsdayH and Fridays at 2.43 P-SJ- TOT.OHESTER PattirdavB nt 7. A.M. and 2.30 P. M. Freight recelyod at PIER in. LIOHT ST. tt J.jv. SUN WANT ADS GET YOU WHAT YOU WANT FRENCH LINE H 8 IS HJ-

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