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THI 1V1WIH0 WOILD, SATURDAY, JANUARY Jl, lilt.
Edith Wynne Matthion MUf ropMpu M v Jnfa cp, Dutch Singer,
rr occh lit m mc HU
CALLED THE SPY
IN DAYSOF 1644
Weft, First Dutch Governor,
Sheds Light on Grant of
taws. Cortlandt Street.
WAS "WINDMILL LANE."
Then English Came, hut Act of
1776 Sustained Owners'
Title to Highway.
An Invitation tn taka a stroll along
awasTSwa W on rsrs Juns day In the
year ItM waa sxtxndsil to Juatlr
IWlm In the Supreme Court to
day bjr Attornsy J. HampVn TVmgh-
In an Injunction suit being
lit by tha ownera of No. 10 c'orl-
larsrt nr.t against th city. It won 1.1
ba aeaesamrr to go back that far, th
lasrrer paid, to correctly undsrstand
tha anlt and to decide It nqultahly.
Juatloa Oreenbeum noddMl and smiled
Ma acoaptanr and tha two jmirnsysd
back to tba day whan little old Nw
York waa a Dutch colony long before
Kip Tan WLnkla wnnt Into tha r'atakUl
Mountain to alaap.
Thla unusual invllatlon, tha attornay
plajaad to tha Juatloa aa thay
atartad on thslr mental Journav along
tha trail of what la now tha "Ureal
WWt Way." waa proffsred with tha
lea of talcing the Juatlca bark 10 tha
Uma whan tha firnperty waa flrat ac
gutrsd by while man, to relate how It
pa, ma Into tha hands of Ita prassat
mm m from thair burgcamaat.r anoaa
tana and to tall of tha condition undar
which CortUuult atraat waa opanad aa
a highway by tha thrifty Dutchman
who bulldad Naw Amsterdam
GOVERNOR KIEFT ASSURES JUS
TICE OF HIS GRANT.
Tha UtajaOou which brings tha caaa
twin court waa occasioned by tha Oom
axsseloner of Public Work, Who d
daxad chart ba would wall up and block
off the rautta whtoh stand under tha
etd sweat from tn front of No. it Cort
land atraat Tha bursting aatanda In
an "L" shape through to No. 171 Broad'
way. Tha PUbHo Works Bureau main
tains that tha ownera of tha property
rauat obtain from tha oily a Moanaa to
have tba raoHa. A tan re ay Dougherty
aaaurad Jaattu. Orescbaum that tha otty
did not own OartkMiflt ah eat and ao had
no authority to ooenpat tha property
owner, who realty own tha atreet. to
at a permit to uaa their own land.
At thla yunetare Sir. Dour her ty intro
duced tha Juatlca to Gov. Kleft, tha
flrat Uovsraor of Now Amsterdam. Tha
ranerabla Dutchmen waa arrayed la
Knickerbockers and wore tha ruffle
around hi throat and tha cloak that
adorned Peter tMuyveeaat and hie fal
low. A brief eooveraaUoa with tha
Governor aaaurad the Jnottoe that tha
lead which U now known aa Oartlaadt
e treat waa part of a grant of around
made by Oov. Klaft to oa Jan
Janata DanMn on that bright June day
la MM alhJdad to by Mr. Douaharty.
Passing by Ihla period of wilderness,
the Juatloa waa next shown tha farm
landa whtoh bad come lato the poa
ssseliiii. of Oloff Stevenaon Vaa Cort
kaadt from tha holra of Tttman The
waderneae had been cleared away and
grata flald and meadow landa atrotehed
to the Hudaon River. Thai waa
thSw '-mJrm W mi
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Shows Remarkable Voice
COMES NEXT WEEK
Another Production Will Be
an English Comedy, "The
Woman of It."
It Is of Lovely Quality and
Great Volume and She Uses
It With Exceptional Skill
As an Interpreter of German
Lieder She Is Kloquent
Her English Diction Good.
I wPT." a three-act drama
hy Henry Klatemaeekers, pro
dded In Pad under the title
of "I Flsmhee," will hive lta first
New Tork performance at the Umpire
Theatre on Monday night hy a company
that Includes Edith Wynne Matthlon.
Julian t.'F.etrange, Oyrtl Kelirh-tlry, Fr
neat Stallnrd. Kdgsr Nirton. Basez
Dene. Vera rinlay and Jane May. Tha
plot of the play turne upon the murder
BY SYLVESTER RAW LING.
irj,lA Cl! DP, a Dutch meaio-ioprano.
inorar In America until
had been acclaimed
irope, but elie Had nt been unouiy
heralded here, for which her maneaer
la to ba conitraiiilated. At her flrat re
cital In Carnegie Hall yeiterday after
noon ahe dlailoaed her pniweee ao un-
mlaukably that whenever ahe ahall
tu a atranarat
Burope, but ahe h
of a forclm, apy by a man whot. mo- !" Jn ""I !?
tire e .-a -.u. . aamed by a bOM of enthualaatlo ad-
M Lea culpa voioa oi !
WmWmU. UWD SINGER KY
nt followed feat tn rha next
two and by the time th
1 Mr. Dougharty arrived at
la now the arte of the Bku
proeperou windmill adorned
and what la now Liberty
I a abja poet at Broadway
to. rery legible Dutch, that
"Wind Mill liana." Aft
a abort tame atandlne; at thla corner,-
K obm h the year ITU. What hi now
waa than "Partition
beyond that to the north
aft Mr. Dougherty viewed
What waa known aa the
Farther north waa the
at Albany, eto.
I raaanmtalero and On
area, the act etatee, extended from
Hroadway to Oreonwlch rtreci, whloh
then where the Hudaon River
touched the bank of Manhattan laland.
There wae then no Waahlnaton or
It waa from Ihla act of regulatlne;
the atreet Unaa and tha lota that Mr.
Dougherty took hla Interpretation that
the property owner own Cortlandt
atreet. liy the provtatona of the :iM
tha lawyer contended that all the
atreata below Wall atreet were laid out
before the eurrender of tha town by
the Dutch, tn 14. and ware aubjeot
to the Dutch law airing the title to tha
atreet to the city. But Corlandt atreet
the lawyer contended, waa laid out
under tha KnglUh common law and
the title did uot paaa to the dry; only
laement Tha fee of the atreet la
till held by the property ownera, the
QUICK JUMP' TO 1BS8 "OP THC
ItwIfUy. the Juatloa and tha attorney
aaw the town doralop. and by 1M thay
elooo i tne oomer of Cortlandt atreet
and Broadway and we toned the preoent
twuolnc erected and the vkulta. too.
that are the rauee of the litigation. Al-
ao. the title paaard from the Halter fam
My to that of Jaraee B. Coo ley. whoee
hek-e are the nreeent ownera.
The clang of Ore department gong
announcing the ruehrng by of the appa
e on the way to a downtown fire
brought the two vtaltore back to the
court bouae of to-day. and Aaatatant
Corporation Oounaal Pierce alao made
known the fact that be waa of tha pre
ant generation when ha broke la with
the contention that the Hty might put
a water hydrant In the apot where the
vautta are. and do ao even If the prop
erty ownera did hold title to the etreet
from the middle of the thoroughfare to
the tajhriaag Ui.e marking their lot.
Juatlo Oreenbaum announced liiat he
enjoyed the stroll among the old Kntrk
error k era, but aald that he would be
compelled to think the matter over, and
The property la now owned by Nina
Maquay, daughter of Jamee B. Cooley.
and by the two children of another
daughter, Mary C. Dearltt; these two
children are Jamas E. C. I.nevltt and
Catherine D. L Parsons. William W.
Apple ton la trustee of the eatate.
HUrTSr SBA8WRY AND
HKUtXN MILUNQTON .t
CACKLE Of CUCKOO
IN BURNING CLOCK
SAVES COOK FAMILY
When the "Bird" Called Out
"One Hundred o'clock"
the Fire Was Discovered.
Although tha beautiful home of
George Cook of Allendale, N. a. w
burned to the ground early to-day and
surrounding honara were saved only
after the vohintew flr eomiianlea had
been called from Rameey, Rldgewood
and Warwick, Mr "Cook la deep In hit
to a cuckoo clock, which he be
patriotism and who escapee
murderer's punlahment by the reawak
ening love and consequent help of hie
e e e
"The Woman of II" wfll be produced
at the Thirty-ninth fltreet Theatre on
Tueadsy night Manager W. A. Brady
prefara not to divulge the etory before
hand, merely annminnlng lha play aa
an KnglUh comedy hy Frederick Lons
dale. Among others 1n the cast will be
Cyril (tcott. Janet Beeoher. Josephine
Brown, Wallace Ersklns end Dallas
e e e
John B. KeUerfl, on Monday rrenlng,
mores frem the Oarden to the Harrla
Theatre, where he will continue the run
Tha engagement of the Weber and
fields company at their music hall ter
minates to-night. A tour of ths South
will begin shortly at NorfolkJ Va.
'"The Governor taady" somea hi the
Orand Opera Houat.
"Hindis Wakes" will be eecn at th
West Bnd Theatre.
"The Dawn of a To-Morrow" will be
presented hy the etook company at the
Harlem Opera Houas.
"Owls of tha Oay White Way" wfll be
at the Columbia.
A tha Murray mil Theatre will be
"The TroTacVem Burlesque re."
The Harlem music hall wall haws 'The
K n tekerboekers. "
The Be h man dhow osmea to the
"The Rosebuds" will be seen at Mmer
At Hatnmeraleln'a will be Frank Tin
ney, a foreign novelty called "Le Rouge
at Notr," the Courtney Slaters, Maniall
Montgomery, the Three Lekfhtona, and
Virginia Harnsd will head the trill at
Keith's Union Square Theatre. Among
other will ba Madden and ntspatrlck.
Maud Miller and Edward Stanley. BrlU
Wood, and Walter Daw and company.
The Colonial Theatre win have Stella
Mcytiew and BtUls Taylor, Harry Wood
ruff, Bd. F. Reynard, Ward and Curran,
Wright and Dietrich, and others.
Rv Tanguay will bs ths star at the
Al ham bra Theatre. Others will be F.va
Taylor and company, Paul Morton and
Naomi Glass, Maoart and Bradford and
ths Colonial Trio.
Robert T. Halnee la "The Coward"
will head the bill at the Bronx Theatre
Among others will be Ray Cox, Daddlt.
Cliff, Mr. and Mrs. Oardnsr Crane and
the Sully Family.
At Proctor's Fifth Avenue Theatre
Taylor Granville tn 'The Syatsm" will
bs the feature. There will also be
VatMie Bergere. Albertlna Reach. Paul
Conchas, Herman Timber;, jhnd others.
At the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
Street Theatre the msln attraction will
be "The Dove Trust" Kmmett Welch
and company will head ths bfll at the
Fifty-eighth Atreet Theatre. At the
Twenty-third Street Theatre 'The Last
of the Regiment" will be the chief attraction.
The American Theatre will nave ciarx
llsves savsd hit family from death.
The fire started on the top floor of Mr
Cook's home. Ths faintly sleep on the
second floor. At ths end at the hall
hung a large cuckoo clock. The fire
started In th. wall behind the clock. ."verdl. th Great Johnaon. I-oul. and
.n mens i meuen ine spring in- (Norton. Canfleld nnd Carlton. Manning
side the dock, releasing th cuokoo. and Huberts. May Francli. and othors.
a servant was uwakimrd by the con
tinned chirp of the cuckoo. 8he listened
ana aiscovrn-d that the cuckoo had
It waa 25 O'clock and wasn't stopping
I hat. In a few minutes It was a hundred
o'clock. The servant went out Into the
hall and then discovered the Are. In an-'
othbr Inelnnt Mr. Cook and hi family'
were aroused and escaped safely to the1
Nelghbora helped Mr Cook and his
servants save hla wife's jewelry and
some of the valuable art relics snd orns-
menta In his horns.
HIS BRINGING BACK TO
quality, of wlds range, and of excep
tional volume. Bhe breatnes so eaauy
that her phrasing la a marvel of sus
tained emission. Her Interpretation of
songs la distinguished by poetic Insight
no less thsn by Intelligent comprahen
etoa. It Is a delight to hear her.
Miss Culp confined hsrtelf to th songs
of three composers, Schubert, Schumann
and Brahms, which Isnt to hsr rscltal
something of monotony. The book of
words, contrary to the scheme of the
programme, placed tha Brahma group
In the middle, perhaps the better ar
rangement. In the second Schubert song,
"Rastloss Dlebe," Mist Culp showsd
signs of an explosive manner that waa
not agreeable; but that was forgittsn
In her beautiful singing of the same
composer's "Du Bltt DIs rluh," and the
"Ave Marls'" In the Schumann group
her "Wsldesgeprach" and "Fruhllngs
nacht" were wonderfully effective. The
latter she repeated.
On the whole, Miss Culp waa happlsat
with the Brahmt numbers. Very beauti
ful waa her rendering of ' Imrmer lelssr
wlrd msln Schlummcr" snd of "Von
swlger Dlebe," while her "Der Sehmled"
was a veritable triumph. "Botaohaft."
the Anal number on the official pro
gramme, was also a delight to hear.
Ooanraad V. Boa. who was with Wullnsr
when he was In America, waa Mlat
Oilp't accompsnhit, snd a vary abls
There was the usual rush to the foot
of the stage, and excited demands for
extra numbers. Misa Culp responded
first with Brahma's cradle song. After
many more recalla she volunteered
"Robin Adair," In excellent English, but
sung ltkr a dirge, which suggests that
most of Mies Culp's songs were taken
at too elow a tenino. Another English
song, and the lt shs consented to ting,
waa "At Parting." It was a pretty com
pliment, no doubt, that Miss Culp In-
ended to pay us; but the r.ngusn songs
scarcely Sited In with ths scheme of hsr
FRIEDA H EM PEL SHINES
AS QUEEN OF THE NIGHT.
There wore three Important changes
n the oast of "Ths Magic Fluts," which
was repeated last night at the Metropol
ian Opera Houss before a crowded
nd enthusiastic audience. Frieda
Ilctnpnl. Instead of Ethel Parkas, was
the gueon at the Night, one of the part
that, especially, she was engaged to nil.
For the first tlm here, the Berlin ont-
oratura soprsno did justlcs to hsr Eu
ropean reputation. Her singing was a
delight for the color she Imparted to her
voice aa well as for Its flexibility. It Is
tha fOrmer quality In which, hitherto,
ahe haa been found wanting. If she
had sung at her first sppearance as ths
Queen In "The Huguenots" as she sane;
last night hsr reception would have
been warmer and her vogue by thla
time firmly established. Such a voloe
aa she poascsves Is neettea in tne Metro
politan opera Company.
Another change from th original
cast of this revival of Moiart's opera
was the substitution of Johanna Osdakl
for Emmy Oestlnn ss Pamlna. Both
are accomplished stngert and both ure
artists of the nrst ranx, nut Mine
hurtled by on
at the Justice and attorney, and
they realised the time had
by and they ware Introduced to
, tha attractive daugh
ter of old Burgomaster Van Cortlandt.
who acquired the land from the hears of
rumen Catherine was prosperous and
happy and had many children to whom,
la 1T. ahe left the land whtoh la now
Cortlandt street, and wss laid with bar
A little Investigation fey th Justpe
and the attorney Into the records of
the town hall revealed that in 17S1 Curl
laadt atreet waa slaked out forty feet
wide, BngUah measure. The land then
passed to Margaret Van Cortlandt, who
became the wife of Abraham Da I'ey
star. From her It passed to Manusseh
Salter on Jan. 2, ITS. Juat prior to ihia
rrssnna of title, the records dlacluse, the
AGED MINISTER DIES
WITH WIFE WHEN GAS
ESCAPES BY ACCIDENT
Couple Found Asphyxiated in
Apartment by Neighbors
Who Traced Humes.
SIDNEY BARRINGTON. ACTOR,
KILLED BY GAS IN ROOM.
Left Note in Which He Claimed to
Be Descendant of Royal
Kidney Bftrrlnirton, an actor of the old
chttol, Wiia found di ud to-day In a g.is
tilled room In Ihe hoarding hoissc nt
No 319 Wt st Twenty ninth street. The
police suld RajrrtBgjttM had committed
Krli nd. tif the dead actor, hurriedly
summum-d. Marled the police on a new
lnvt'HtUratlun. They uhl thut Barring
WIFE HE LURED AWAY
Boyer Dropped Joy and Bright
Lights and Grew Cold, Mrs
CIIIOAOO, Jan. 11 After winning
another's wife, Edward Boyer tired of
his primrose path and Is now talcing
the woman hack to her husband. She
ie Sarah Weisman. wife of Benjamin
Welaman of Brooklyn, lira Welsmai
had two of her four children with her
Mrs. Welaman enterwl the polios I ta-
t.m hud told them ..f 'bring rubbed and 1 tlon last night, soon after she had left
hlurk-Jurk.-d by i huge on New Year'a h train from Philadelphia. Hhe asked
day. Thr suld he had been sick ever j that Boyer, ho was working In the
since, had visited SSvebal hospitals In ' Hotel I.a Salle, be arrosted.
beit Wltherspoon. Instead of FJdward
Dsukow, was Saraetro. Some of Ihs
music was too low for him and failed
of Its effect, hut his Impersonation was
marked by the Intelligence snd the
Poise and the understanding that he
displays In sll his chsracterlsatlont.
For the rest, the presentation waa
admirably carried out, with Dao Sle
sak. Otto Oonlts. Putnam OrlswoM, A.
bert Relet, Louise Homer, Bella Alten.
Denora Ppnrkea, Anna Case. Marl
Mattfeld. Vera Curtis and Florence
Mulford In the cast. Alfred Herts eon
ducting, rhoru snd orchestra and
scenery being all that could ba desired.
ELMAN SOLOIST IN AN ALL
An all Beethoven programme was
what Walter Damroaeh offered at the
Symphony Society's oencert In Aeotlan
HaS yeaterday afternofgo. with Mlacha
Kim an as soloist. The young Russian
violinist was heard la th familiar con
certo, la which he played brilliantly, as
wat to be expeotsd, and with such
sympathy in Interpretation as to Indi
cate a maturing of his art The pro
gramme waa begun with the "Bgmont"
overture and ended with the fifth sym
phony, both well played. Theas were
the only number announced, but Mr.
Damrosoh again permitted the aololst
to gtrs an sztra number. Thla time It
was tha Master's second romance. The
audience, which was more than usually
Urge, enteral it, so what's ths use of
protesting against a violation of prece
dent that Is worthy of upholding.
SIEGFRIED" NEXT FRIDAY;
SPECIAL THURSDAY MATINEE.
"Siegfried" will be sung for the first
time this season at the Metropolitan
Opera House next Friday night. Johanna
Oadskl will he Bninnhllde and the cast
will Include Margarete Mattenausr,
Lenora Sparkes, Putnam Ortiwold,
Rslss. Oorlta and Ruysdael, Mr. Harts
conducting. An sztra performance of
'The Secret of Susanns" and "Pagll-
acel," In double bill. Is announced for
Thursday afternoon. Oeraldlne Farrar
and Soottl will appear In tne former,
and Bella Alten, Caruso and Dtnh Silly
In the latter.
On Monday "The Huguenots." with the
now familiar east. Including Kjiimy Dta-
tlnn. Frieda Hem pel, Caruso, Seoul,
Rothtsr and Dldur, will bs repeated, Mr
Polacco conducting. On Wednesday,
Tristan und Isolde," with Olive Frem-
stad, Matsenauer, Burrtan and Qrls-
wokl, will be sung, Mr. Toscsnlnl con
ducting There will tie a repetition of
Otello on Thursday night with France
Aide. Jeanne Maubourg, .Hlezak, Amalo
and De Segurola, Mr. Toacanlnl conduct
ing. "Koenlgtklnder" will be the Satur
day matinee bill, with Oeraldlne Tartar.
lxulse Homer and Ksrl Join, Mr. Hertz
conduatlng. On Saturday night "The
Tale of Hoffmann" will be sung for the
benefit of the French Benevolent Society.
The opera concert to-morrow evening
will have aa soloists Louis i'eralnger. the
American vlollnst, and Anna Case,
Samara Toys snd Herbert wltherspoon.
BOARD OF EDUCATION'S
FREE RECITALS NEXT WEEK.
The Board of Kducatlon has arranged
frss muslo recital for nest week as
follows: Sunday, at Public School No.
101, ' Siegfried." Monday, at Stuyvs
sant High School, "Patriotic and War
Songa." at Lafayette Hall, "Russian
Folk and Peasant Songs." and at Pub
lic School No. 62, "Composers and Mu
sic of France." Tuesday, at St. Cor
nelius Church, "Italy In Song and
Story," and at Public School No. 90,
"Folk Songs of Scandinavia." Wednes
day, at Pubkc School No. 96, 'A Ida. '
and at T. M. H. A. Hall. "Dvorak."
Thursday, at Publlo Sohool No. 7,
"Song In Herman Life." Friday, at
Public School No. 40. "Scottish Music."
and at Wadlelgh High Sohool,
CLARA BUTT TO BE HEARD
IN RECITAL NEXT TUESDAY.
Clara Butt, ths famous Kngllah con
tralto, and hsr husband, Kennerley
Rumford, a well known Kngllah bari
tone, are to give a joint recital In Car
negie Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Mm..
Butt's selections will Include songs by
Haendel, Schubert. Brahms and Do
hussy. Mr. Rumford will be heard In
songs by Hugo Wolf, Klchard Strauss
and several Amsrlcsn and tngllah com
Oadekt'a voice seems especially suited I
to this music, and snc mspisyen it to Max Pauer. tne ncuttgart ptanun, is
the best advsntnge. Her roetume in to be ths soloist at the Philharmonic
the first act was picturesque, iier- Society's concerts in Carnegie Halt on
nezt Thursday evening snd Friday af
ternoon. He will be heard tn ths Men
delssohn concerto In O minor. Mr.
Strarwky's number for the orchestra
will Include Beethoven's Pastoral sym
phony and Liszt's symphonic poem The
Osttle of the Huns."
The People's Symphony Chamber
Concert Club Is to have a benefit con
cert at Aeolian Hall nezt Wednesday
evening. The St. Cecilia Club, a choral
organlzstlon of UO women's voices un
der the direction of Victor Hsrrls, and
Rdwln Sweln. baritone, are giving their
service gratuitously for the occasion.
An interesting programme hat been ar
ranged under distinguished pitronage.
In a review In this column of the
Boston Symphony concert of Thursday
evening an omission from the type of
the word "not" made It appenr that
Elena Oerhardt, the distinguished Oer
man singer, had been heard here before
this sesson. Instssd. the occasion
marked her reappearance, and whether
witn orrneatra or In her own recital
the will be welcome at sny time.
Josef Lhevlnne, the Russian rdanlat,
will give a recital at Aeolian Hall on
Monday afternoon. He will play com
positions hy Bach, Beethoven, Llsst,
Mendelssohn. Brahma, Chopin. Qlatou
nov and Bslklreff.
OrvUle Harroid, assisted hy Nina Mor
gana and the cast and chorus of "The
Firefly" company, will give a speclsl
concert at the Casino Theatre to-morrow
night under the management of
Alma Oliiek. the popular sonrano. for-
tnerly of the Metropolitan Opera Com-i
pany. Is just recovering from an opera
tion on her throat. He,- physician says
that her voice, probably, will be more
flexible than ever.
John MeCormnok, the Irish tenor, snd
Alice Nielsen, the Amerlcsn soprano,
are to give joint recital at Carnezle
Hall a week from to-morrow afternoon.
Columbia University announces a free
song reHtsl In the Horace Mann Audi
torium for nezt Wednesday at 4.10 P. M.
Those who accept ars expected to rt
maln until ths end.
Prof. Samuel A. Baldwin will re ime
hla free Sunday orgsn recltsls in ths
great hall of the city College to-morrow
afternoon The Wednesday recitals
will not be resumed until Feb. S.
ANOTHER NEW HAVEN ROAD
WRECK; NONE KILLED.
Passengers SligMly Inj'ired ft
Train Crashes Into t
rJPrtTNOFIEtin, Mass., Jan.
vu Tork. New Haven and 1
ia.sencer train, whloh left Nt
at 6.02 P. M, with one except
futet train between New Tt
Springfield, flrnahtd into a north '
freight train at warenoaaa
Conn., at A o'clock last night.
trains were derailed. On ti
was Injured. The passengers
with minor Injuries,
tt is not clear whv the
was on the northbound track.
1-1,.. Imnn.l vhlll lh, tltiri
the freight was terrific I'raatttally
every pnne of glnit In the peskaxeffsr
train was shattered. Th freight tars
took firs and nt least eight '
burned. Women passenger wore
terleal. Msny or tne us
were New Yorker.
SPOHR'S TRIAL POSTPONED.
Doctors to Rsanaln lato ftaalt
The second trial of T.iwrence ftpohr,
the former army corporal, whose oosj
vlctlnn of murder In the first degree fo
killing his sweetheart, Bosle o-Tenia, la
White Plain, was reverted by the Court
of Appeals, has been postponed from
nezt Moivlay until the third weak Ik
Ml defense 1s to be that he waa -tally
unbalanced from morphine taking
nt the time he killed the girl. LeathlnaT
this. Justice Mills appointed Dr. Will
iam B. ir.tnrf.-r and Dr. H. Ernest
Schmld tn examine Into his mental con
dition, ftpohr is In the Weeteheater
CZAR'S S0NJNJ0YS HIMSELF.
Attends Katertalasneats with His
Slaters Mar Oo to Algiers.
UOMMSf, Jan. 11 -The Dally News
St Petersburg correspondent says:
'The Csansvltcn has been able to at
tend some of the household festivities st
Tsarskoe-Pelo. He and his sisters were
present with their father on Tuesday
snd Wednesday In the riding school
a hen the fsmllle of th bodyguard and
the staff of ths Imperial train were en
tertained at a Christmas tree and Bala
"The countermandlna; of the Czar re
ception at the Winter Palace In St
Petersburg on the llusslan New Year
Is due to the fact that nelthv 'the
Empress nor the Dowager Empress will
be able to attend.
"It Is stated that ths court 1s con
sidering the project of the Ctarevltch
and his mother shortly taking a voyags
and residing for some time In Algiers."
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Yoti will (liMinotly feel your
breaking ami all the Cirippc symptom
lesvinu after taking the very first dose.
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Compound, taken every two hourt until
three consecutive doses arc taken, will
end the (irippe and break up tha 1
severe vol. I. either in the brad,
bark, stomach or limbs.
It promptly relieves Ihe most
able hesdache, dullness, head and cost
stuffed up, feverish nets, sneezing, sort
throat, running of the nose, mucosa ca
tarrhal discharges, soreness, stiff ties and
Get a tWrcnt package of "Pape's Oold
Compound" from your druggist aged
take it with the .knowledge that U will
positively and promptly euro your aald
and end all the grippe misery witaovt
any assistance or baa after-effect, safi
that it contains no quinine. Don t ea
cept something else said to ba jast at
good. Tastes nice acts gently.
H.r.h of relief, and had been alni..t "i i.f. my husband and two of mv
The llev Ueorge V Mu.donall and his. BMrety without funds. children for him," she said, "and now
atreet was widened im reel, live on wlf. were found dead in l.ed at their I 1,1 lu """"" 1 w"" ""'no I wnfn j come hack to htm the woman he
Ch side. 1 home. No. Jessamine avenue. Yonk- ! V ""JSJ .;, qS? S? .JJd.! had been llvliiK with 1.11. me over th.
10 FIRE OF 1776 CAUSED NEW I era, to-day. They had been asphyxlHted i follows: phone that Mr. Boyer has left word thai
ADJUSTMENTS IN TOWN. hy I II !! OS ting g- .ir.VlavdonuJd i "TO Whom It .May Concern: , I am no longer welcome there, and that
The historic fire which destroyed the "as sevenly-two year, of age and his I "M '"'"- ' Sidney .loshih Barring- he will never see me again."
.raster Dart of the town In 1776 IWOBt Witt BtVtnt) xeara. They had l-wn dead "n' '!" endent of the royul family of Confronted by Mrs. Welsmsn St ths
gf..'ijy.'i Slits i Zn ..!. !!Ti5ton: rr1' snirKfJ ,uuon ,,oyer aimo,t ""ona
away habitations, store, ami minis unu ' ! y '"'m In San FranotaM Oct. 21, 169. ttt,d when the woman denounced him he
nearly put a stop to the "'""'Prise and Mr. Macdohtlfj waa . retired Prrsby. 1 ''"J1' "'v wife. Minnie Balls, one ,..ur; oould not find a word to say in his own
iiwin saw sin i ai in aw leilan minister, hla Inst charKe ha Ing "" rnwsw datense. K'lnslly he left with Mrs. Wels-
tropons just napprneii in nine w nuiu ,,.tu n Khirlda. He
and the attorney
lived in Yonk-I""0 " ln ,no.w. w"ld tOt man. having agreed to start beok to
ei-s alsml three yeaCM. ; nearly lourieen yart as i. ana airs N,w York wUh nM.
Member of a family lUIng In the same wWiar Harrington Tnitt ,h( u1,y husband
house smellsd gas aev. ral times this i "I" "f accident, notify Mr. H. wl uk. JJ DOu HJ wo """"T"?
morning and finally traced It to the , HIhop of the Hampton Court Apart-1 i(,ut. Conroy. "If this man brines mm
Macdonald asartmtnt. They iislled In ! menta. corner f (lolden Hate SVanUt I baest. Baa ml
r cltv government snd thsy ! Jl,h" HSrrlgon, a n.lshtHir, who called and Larkln atreet, Ban Kranclsoo. Also "My husband was too much engrossed
rj?..?!?"":? SSL tat PoUtt and broke Into the apart- j my son Kidn.y, who It twelve years old. ,n hl. butln... to car. to?outtKlS
Sf Jf ?. SS? ISMSt. Also nr-tlfy Js-.ies J. Arm.trong In the urea, so I thouaht tmSrmSJSSSi
KnleksrbooktJ llulldlng, who will notify yhsn ICd started to tske m. around It
the Actorr' Fund Assoclallon. ws bright llghls, wine and muaic But
"Thnnklng you In advance, 1 beg to ( fter he had wrecked my home It was
remuln. i bread and cheese and mighty few
"Yours very sincerely. klssea"
SIDNEY J. IIAKRINOTOfN." Boyer at first said h. was afraid to
George Heban and other well known ffo hack to Ntw York with sirs uA.il
scion took rhargs of Barrlxurtaa't body. maa. w"
Next the two visitors to the New
Tork of yesterduy were engsged by
lha ancestors of the present day nil
era of ou
framed and put Into force In 1714
when a commi.slon was sppolnted to
The room had ln It Hn old style gas-
fixture. The jet had no stop point und
settle and sdjuat the differences that lor,, en i 1th. ... ..,.!
arose betwssu Ihe proprietors of csr- i Kvldently when t;.e giui waa turned off
tala leu, ths buildings wbersof were the Jet wa. lurnod almost the whole
bsjrasd In ths conflagration of 1771. I circle, alluwlne; ths gas to cape. Ths
ajtt far altering ths street, which were , , upie, who bad no children, resldsd
IMfj aajolalag auoh lata Tata burned alone,
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with that "hulf-sick, down
and out" feeling. It isn't
necessary. Your Stomach,
Liver and Bowels are only
calling for assistance and
will help you back to health,
vigor and strength. It is for
We urge a trial today
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