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THS EVOIMO WOKLu, IAXU1UAY, JAM UAKK IV, lyia
Ostgt Indians Mixed Up in
ffht of Cabinet Member and
Uncle Sam Company.
TAKEN TO CONGRESS.
Charge Made That (iovern
ment Has Aided Standard Oil
in War on Independents.
WAHlNOT)N Jan l. -Charges rhat
tkarltarv Fisher had attsnvoted to
gl t the indijin Into leasing
valuable oil fleitla in Iho Stsndsrd Oil
ay, and counter chart by the
tlary tint the Unci Ham Oil ;om-
ntay had atlsmpted to acquire the fields ;
tuiaer cp uinstan, ea winch may atari
wsotadlngs by Atmriiey-Uenersl Wlck
asskswi war alrtd lo-dsy before tha
Hauaa Commni'. on Indian Affalra.
MM while, seven nssgea, mambara of
tha tribal I'ouncll who wr removad
AaJan. I by Hecretary Ktelicr because,
be said. It had ten found thay had been
"unduly Influenced ' In making a laaaa
to tha Unci Mam Company, want to tha
Uaaartrt Supreme Court and cot out a
mandamua railing on the Se i rtary to
anew cases nsxt Tuesday why thay
should not h reinstated
Certain leaaaa tn the Uncla Ham Com
pany have been thrown nut by tha
Secretary and a bill la now pending
In tha House to compel the Secretary
to validate them.
Albert Wlleon. representing the t'mia
Bam Oil Company, In a hrlrf declared
that the Standard Oil 'ntnaiiy la en
deavoring to block the effort of tha
Uaenein ,nmpmi to aeetire this lease
becauee tha Uncla 0am Company nmld
than become a competitor of the stand
ard OH Company auhaMlarlea In tha
"But the Uncle Ham Company," he
continued, "haa been harassed by every
device known to tbe Oil Truat and haa
ma with tha conatant peralatant, un
teasonable and unwarranted opposition
of tha Interior Department.
Tha tockboldara of tha Uncle Ham
Oil Company have fought a Ion, hard
fight against tha maohlnatlona of the
Oft Trust. Tha Oil Truat haa had the
sdventage or having tha aaalatance of
a termer Prealdant, Cabinet orricera, tha
F eat-Offl oe Department, the Interior
1J apartment, aorne Federal Judge, a
Federal District-Attorney and many
other laaaar Federal officiate, but they
have fought the fight to eataMlah their
company aa a genuine. Independent oil
company and actual bonaflde competi
tor of tha Oil Truat."
Secretary Planar replied to the charges
Ha a Id :
'The negotlatlona for the sn-calted
leases hnve been reported to the lie-
liartmrnt of Justice and lnveatlgatlnu
Is teeing made by the Altiirney-Uetierel."
Tha secretary added that the Uncle
Ham lost would work a grave Injue
tlca to tha Uaage and would encourage
piotaotera to oaplolt' the landa of the
Indiana and that a majority of the
saxes were oppoaed to the granting of
too leases to the Uncle Ham Company.
"I regard an attack from the I'ncla
Ham Company aa a badge of honor." de
clared th Horrctery. 'It la conclualve
recognition of the fact mat 1 have
effectively checked Ihe attempt of thl
concern to acquire an Immenen oil field
belonging to the Oaage Indians, under
ireumatan.-ee which have been Investi
gated by a epeeial agent of the Indian
Office Aa a result of thla report I re
moved the entire tribal council aud re
ferred the report to the Atturney-lten-erel,
who will take appropriate action
Juat aa aoon aahe can decide what the
action ahould be."
Aa to Ihe charge that he had been aid
ing the Standard Oil Company In trying
u aecure for that corporation Oenxe oil
land leaae, Secretary Flslier seals rail
that the reverse whs ihe case. All pipe
l.i ea. he aald, had been prohlliltrd f niti
bidding In Ihe competition for these
SOLDIER DYING FROM STAB.
leeellaat of Icrgl, Burke of t oast
Sergt Patrick Iturke of the Coaa!
Artillery, Hlatloned at Oovernor'a 11
4i,l. waa stabbed In the abdomen in
A flrlit with a man In a enloon nt
Twenty-flrat atreet and Elghlb avenue,
UuM night. Hla aaaallant eai;uied and
tha police are looking for him.
Burke waa taken to Ht. Vincent's
Hospital and at once operated on by
Dr. Oeorge H Htewarl, the surgeon
who operated on Mayor Oaynor when
the Mayor waa ehot by tiulliigher.
At the hospital to-day little heps Is
eld out for the soldier's recovery.
He Uvea at No. JIS West Tw etity-flret
street, where he live a wife and chil
dren. He was on leave nil ha I been
visiting tile family yeslerduy
OUTS IN ATLANTIC GARDEN.
(Mat Movterr Maalc Hull to Itecoiue
Atbletlr Cttga llallilliia.
Fiona have liecn tiled with Itulldlna
iuperlii'.endriit Millet for making over
m old Atlantio Harden Muxlc Hall
the Bowery Into an ttfc.lt tli club
r boxing shows. The seatlnv capa-
Cwlll he liicrcHM-d ntol a r.ng lu
ted on one side of the hall. Albert
Kramer is the owner, Joseph. Hai
ls the architect and li.m esti
mated that it will oogt 110,009 to maxe
toe change. I'lans were filed ttaMil a
ear ago for the erection of a tneh,
gstry loft building for thlt g)tg and
Etch waa to est !.'.. ouu. Work Wgl
rer tsi.tr t.-. I
Iraslsni r'loairil nt Last.
ALIFAX, Jau. U. Tha Crannm
las steamship Cranium, whi .1 gruuud
eg on the rucks near here stUilJay, waa
IS WALL STREET
WHO DIED TO-DAY
LITTLE BLACK AND TAN
ROUTS BURGLAR WHEN
ARMED NEIGHBORS FAIL
Mite Bites an Intruder at a
Mouse in Jersey City's
Mite bit the burglar on Ihe leg, and In
en doing ehe aurpaaacd the endeavors at
Inflicting harm of eighteen nelghbora
armed with rifles and shotguns and a
aqua.1 of police reeerves, who Joined
force early to-day In a man hunt
through Astor pla' , Jersey City the ao
called "millionaire block."
Mite Is a black and tan, and email for
her spectra. Hhc looked over the burglar
after he hail entered the home of her
owner. Mra. William Knapp. at No. et
Aator place, and then began to voice her
disapproval and suspicion.
Mra. Knapp haa trained Mlta not to
bark after tea, so ahe knew eomethlng
waa .wrong. Hhe went to the head of
tha stairs and aaw a man In a long black
overcoat and a elouch hat In the attitude
of one watching and waiting.
The burglar atayed right where he waa
until Mrs. Knapp opened the front win
dow on the aecond floor and began to
call for help. Kdward Hansom, a writer,
waa the Aral to respond. He carried a
repeating rifle, and aa he ran he allot
the fog full of holes. The shooting and
the acreamtng woke the rest of the
block, and agog a uajama-unlformed
army wiia marching on the burglar,
while from bedroom windows shrill ad
monition not to get too near that crimi
nal, foltuwed them.
Aa Km Ki.app opened the window the
burglar began hla retreat. Por a mo
ment he turned Ills back tn the stall -
as.- and Ihat gave Mlta her chance.
Hhe though for nn Instant sue was a
bulldog, and In that moment ahe had
faatened her teeth In a marauding leg.
Tha burglar got away and tha Jeraey
City police now ore looking for a man
with a colt sin sort of marks on his left
lower limb They have already Bar
tlllloned Mite's teeth
WALTER L. SUYDAM
TO TAKE NEW BRIDE
IN SAYVILLE HOME
Fiancee Is Klizabeth Wood,
Daughter of Neighbor To
Wed in Spring.
Announcement nas gag to-day by
her futhei of ihe etigayeniont of Mi-
Ellxalieth Wood, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Joseph Wood of Ha vllle, I.. 1 , to
Walter I. Huyilum Mrs. Wood, with
V.las Bliss hgtfl. and Kllen Wood. Is In
WlltnliiKtoti, Del, vlslllng , brother of
Mrs. Wood. Mr. uydgni is In that city
stopping at one of the hotel.
"My daughter became enaagiii to Mr.
s i 'loin t'ln lstmus," salil Mr W001I to
day. "Mr Wood unit Kllgabeth went
aluoad luiineillstrly afterward Mr
."indam went abroad at the same tlnir
They all have returned and the mnr
rlagg will take place In tne sprltig the
exac. date hit not been et.
"My lfe ih'I two tluiigiitera are now
In i inlngton. but will return n,.
and pi next weel, and remain In the thy
for a httrt time to be prraent at ,.,.
al social function. The aaarriasa 1.
I approved n iuih fimUlgg "
Waiter L Idydttn wa formerly Ihu
I hiiHuan of UoUle Wnlte Muydani, whu
allalad Willi Kreiier. 'k Nobis. 11 slunk.
er's son. In tha fall of Hill. They lived
tafethtr In New Vork al the Iteglna
Aparlincnts, No. S.' West Twelfth street.
Mr Huydani obtilned a divorce frum
her and IhS later mat 1 led Noble.
Th marrlafg tuk pluce In January,
I1IS. A month later they killed them
selves by ga In the kitchen of their
gpartmtPl In the iteuina. AH evidence
polntsg to a suicide u 1 cement, although
lit ilber left any written word.
Thome K. I.er of Veaker Head.
Thomas ,ee. for niany year mar
shal of the Vonkt re Ctty I'otirt and one of
Ilia bet) known men in Wcntc heater
County, died at hi home lu-day from a
; sum of paralysis.
LONG NOTABLE AS
FINANCIER, IS DEAD,
Once Hailed for $1,000,000,
but Paid It All Off
Within a Year.
Stephen Van I'nllen White, known to
snother ger 'ration In Wall street a
"lieaenn " W ilte. died to-day In his part'
men t In the Blandish Arms, Brooklyn.
Nt never recovered from a serlea of op-!
eratlons which he underwent a year and i
a half ago He was eighty-two years
old ami had not been ativa tn the
market for ten yeara. Until he waa
taken 111 a few yeara ago ha did buat
nesa in put and calls. In a measure
taking the place of fluaeeM Haa.
"Deacon'' White got hie nickname
from hla activities in tha affalra of
Plymouth Church, Brooklyn. He waa
a close friend of Henry Ward Raeoher.
and waa one of hla etancheat frlenda
In tha troubled daya of tha Readier
Tllton scandal. Ilia friends In Wall
atreet teaeed him continually regard
ing hla ohurch activities, contrasting
them with hla daring Block gambling
methoda in Wall atreet. He won mil
lion and lost them, but alwaya had
enough to keep hlmaelf and hla fam
ily In comfort Mia taate ware almple
and homely and hla manner kindly and
affectionate Hla moat bitter oppo
nent In the Street were fond of him
ag a man.
TRAPPER. TEACHER, BOOK
KEEPER AND LAWYER.
Mr. White became a member of the
Stock Hi' -hang In 1SW. aifter experience
as a trapper for the American Fur Com
pany, school teaching and bookkeeping
In St. l.oula and the practice of law In
Ilea Molnea, la. He became a banker In
IMfi. IIe came or Quaker stock and waa
born In North Carolina.
Among hla best friend In hla active
daya were Samuel Hloane, founder of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Weetern
llallroad, Daniel Drew, Jay Oould and
other of the financial giants of the
period lust after the civil war.
The flrm of H. V. While Co , In
which dir. White s eon In-law. Frank
lin W. Hopkins, waa a partner, failed
In IS1 for Sl.ono.SfJD. Ho great waa the
confidence nf hla creditors that they
signed releases for all his obligations
on hla verbal promise to pay, which
ha mad good to the last vent within
a year. Mr. While waa a I'ark Com
mlsalonar In Brooklyn many years ago
and was a member of the Fifty-fifth
FINDS LOST SISTER
IN AN OPIUM STUPOR
WITH 6 MEN IN DEN
Mrs. Piliero Faints as Raiding
Detectives Show Her Girl's
Mrs Angelina I'lllffo found her seven-teen-year-old
slater, Jofcphlne Helmont,
to-day. only to lose her asaln On
glimpse she got of the girl, lying In an
opium alupor In a squalid Utile room
where also were alx drug-deadened men
Then ahe fainted and when ahe was
revived .loaephlne bad been taken by
the police to the House of the Uood
Jofleptilne had been In the loue of
the ilood Hhepherd before, rescued at
alxtecn from the Olutchag of white
slavers On Dog, 14. when Josephine
was being taken from tbe home to a
hoapltal, she slipped away from her
guardian and went to Mra. Plllero'a
home, No. 323 West rllxty -ninth atreet.
Deaplte the close watch kept on her
by her sister, .loaephlne got Into com
munication with a man ahe had known
before her commitment, and yesterday
she llaipeared. Mr. I'tllern learned
tbe girl wa to bn at "llnoli" Walker
ball In Long Mtsr Hall. No : First
avenue, lent night. Hhe went there,
hut wa refused admittance until she
got a pultceman. Hut in the lime occu
pied In the aearch for the policeman
Joaephlue had been spirited away.
Word came to Mr Plllero to-day
that her lter had rented a furnished
room at No. 124 Kat Tenth atreet. Hhe
went to the Fifth atreet atatlon, and
I, lent. Hennessey, after hearing her
story, est out for the Tenth street
house with lx detective
Josephine's room whh empty. A
stifling, pungent odor hung over the
hallway. It eetned to be cumin.; from
a room on the t 111 rit floor
"Opium!" aald Lieut. Hennessey "We
might a well luok Into Ihat while we
The Brag ft of the door, a it fell hi -fore
hi weight, did not alouse the oc
cupant of the room. jtlx men were
etretohed out tin tbe floor, stuplfletl hy
Itie drug. A girl, her hodv draped with
a flimsy fllmonn. lay at one end of the
loom She was the only una who
seemed to hear the noise. She stirred
"I'm too hgppy to get op now." she
"Is this win- sister "" asked e detec
tive of Mra. Plllero She ecreametl an
1 arsenlt anil loll hetitton across the
, Klrl'a hod
Dr. Kndr came from BellOVUO Hos
pital and attend, id Mra, I'llllrro. It took
J hint more tlvm an hour to bring the
I dreamers la aeml-cnnm lousnees. The
I tx men. who said they were Jos, ph
ltnrke. William Itarrymore. Thomas
Mulvey. Kdward Foster. Patrick Walah
ntnl Krank John'on, were arrested on 11
charge of allucllon.
la loot I'lrot In Hessian onao.
WKOUMM, 'Hrlgtum. Jan. 11 The
discovery of extensive cutl fields In the
Helgiau l ongo In Ihe nelKhborhond of
Katanga was 01, mine, 1 OtPotaUg to-day
b) t'htrf Kuglneer Mlnctte of Iho Oco
logical and Mining (society. Ilorlng
over an area of 40u square mllei, ac
cording lo the engineer, disci sed luv-
I ers from six 10 seven feet in thlcknesa
of a quallly similar 10 ;hat of Tt'il-
j garlan coal The dlscoverlea were n .ide
not far from the Tanganyika' ltallwa
I nu under tunstructloa.
AS AUTO TIRE BURST,
FAIR GIRL GIGGLED
If Baker's $300 Gem Is Really
Inside Fair Lillian, It's a
Prisoner With Her.
Henry l loppenburg. a baker thirty
one yeara old. who llvee at No. Rich
avenue, Mount Vernon, and who owaa
a high-powered automobile, motored la
the Hotel Lincoln yesterday to take
Mlaa Lillian Rogers out Rut tha fMs
had a aad era) Ins;, for the charming
IAlHan. who aays shs Is s mediate, la
a prisoner in the Moirksaala Court
lookup under l 000 ball on a charge of
steal I rag the baker's It 00 rtr. LAI Hen
Insists shs hsa been cruelly
for tile chic Partalenna
that in her raptors, gearing at Oka
ing diamond, aha sw allowed tfat
Mr. Klappenburgj visited
lest week, end at one of tha wrCUaat
lobster palaces wss introduced to lbs
charming Lillian. Aa iie eapresaaf H to
day, their hearts wsre attuned and a
future engagement was made gag auto
ride of yestsrnlght.
After they partook of refreshments, be
tween yearning glances Into asm an
other's responsive ayes, at a reataurant
In tha heart of tbe Oay White Way. a
motor trip to Hunter Island Inn was
suggssted and mat with enthusiastic re
sponse by the fair modiste
During auppsr at the Inn, Lillian
demurely expressed her admiration of ths
hsker's diamond ring. He took It
off and let her see how It looked on
her dainty hand. Fascinated by ths
brilliancy or her dark eyes, h forgot
On rhrlr way back, near Pelham Bay
I'ark, the automobile burst a tire.
Kloppenhurg told hla companion he
would have to send her fcaok to ths
llotsl Lincoln, whsrs she lived, on en
elevated train. Aa be wae about to
bid hsr a fond adieu he remembered
his ring and aaked Her to return It
Lillian Just giggled.
"Why. Henry." shs exclaimed. "Isn't
that funny? I swallowed It."
Henry didn't think It funny and
called Mounted Policeman Bchmlta.
The modlate waa ssarched as far aa
etiquette allowed In the Morrtsanla
police station last night, but as thsre
was nn matron It wasn't vsry far. Bbs
told ths same etory to Magistrate
Butts In Morrlaanla Court to-day. Tha
Magistrate put the ease over until to
morrow, and euggeated that a matron
conduct a thorough Investigation Into
ths fluffy snd Parlalenne clothing of
the modlate to aea If aha really a wal
lowed the ring.
OFFICIAL OF CHURCH
SAYS HE CAN JUSTIFY
Herbert Barber Tells His Stand
ing in Society While De
fending Trade Acts.
WASHINGTON, Jan H.-Defenae of
rebating, pooling arrangements, and
rat agreements In ths ocean fresght
trade, featured the testimony of Herbert
Hnrber, President of Barber Co., of
New York, to-day before ths
Shipping Trust Committee. Mr.
tnld the committee yesterday that lines
repreaented by hla company In the trade
between New York and Mouth America.
Smith Africa. Uhlna, Japan aad the
Philippine were among those operating
under trade agreements, having pooling
arrangements In some Instances and
giving rebates In the trade to tbe United
"Although from the way some people
talk one would think rebating waa a
crime." he aald to-day. "I am an officer
of a church and a golf olub and can
Justify my conduct to my neighbors and
to tills c ,miinlttee."
He added tabt rebatea aa glvsn by his
company were nothing mors than dis
counts (n shipper who entered Into
long term contract or agreementa.
BAIL FOR CASTRO REFUSED.
Jitdae Holt Will Not Pause aa Havel
Motion Peadlna Appeal.
Judge Holt to-day denied the motion
made by llirold A. Content to admit to
ball lien Cipriani) t'attro, pending hla
appeal 10 Secretary Nagel from Ihe
order of deportation laaued by the Im
migration aulliorltlea at Kills Island,
where th Vetiexuelan It detained.
"The question of the right to admit
to ball persons detained under the Im
migration laws is novel and Important,"
aald Judge Holt, ' but In my opinloa no
such action ahould be taken until a
reasonable time hss passed for ths He, -retury
of t-'omiusi'ce and Labor to past
on the appeal."
OLDEST LACrl Btl. 1
Order e Case irbBVII ffTPel m E'm
Tal. t TO-Plaaa 2 St - M '- V J
NEW BILL TO MAKE
BRONX A COUNTY IF
AN APPEAL FAILS
Court's Decision Angers Bor
ough's Citizens "A Reason
able Recall of Judges."
Tha Bronx la mightily perturbed over
the decision yesterday oy the Appellate
IMvlalnn of the Supreme t'ourt that
tha law 1 reeling Bronx I'ounty l In
valid. The f ram era of the law in the
LeefMature had no flgdvt, aeoordtne; to
tha Court, to make the Now York of
class tha offlckUo at the new county
Meet I nest are berwg held in tha Bronx
for Mnaday and Txiesdaiy of next weak
to votee tbe serekmaata of the people,
to itiigfUat taking aa gap sal and to
prepare a new bin for tbe Legislature.
The people In the Bronx are made clear
througra Joaaah p. Htnoisay, Presi
dent of tha Bronx County Leaarua and
aoMxt a Banater from the Bronx, said
that the faalt lay with, the Legrkslature
"The rtp roe on tatlvwa." he aald. "did
not take tha paopla of the Bronx serl
nssly and thousjht that any old bill
would he good enough for them. It la
a shame that audi work could be done
and that all tha efforts of the people
here went for nothing. We are calling
meetings for next week and the case
will probably be taken to the Court
of Appeals At any rate we will get
together and frame a bill for the pres
ent Letrlalaturo, and thla will be strong
snough to stand up before any court."
"The action of the court Is In my
mind," ssld Kdward Polak, Vice-President
of the Bronx County Voters'
Lasgue, "the' strongest kind of sn ar
gument In favor of the rscsll of Judges.
It showg that ws have not at all a
Democratic government but s govern
ment by delegated power. The decision
overruled the will of 40,000 people. The
1 'tar of Ruasla wouldn't dare do a thing
like that. We are going to call meet
ings for the purpose of framing a :w
Mil and we'll try to make the new law
strong enough to that no decision can
Eugene J. McOulre. one of ths former
leaders In the Bronx, sail:
"Whist we must alilde by the decision
of the Judgaa for the present we will no
doubt take the case to the Court of
Appeals There was a majority of i:.0M
In favor of ths county. We will alto
frame another MM for ths Legislature
and make tt one that decisions can't
Col. John J, Jones tald: "The senti
ment for the county Is stronger than
ever. Mnoa the election all those whu
were apposed to having the Bronx a
sspsrsts county havs cllmbsd on to ths
band wagon. At ghat tt per cent. tf the
voters voted on the measure when It
waa put up to the people."
REYES IS SURE COLOMBIA
WILL RECEIVE FAIR PLAY.
Tells Hosts at Luncheon in His
Honor of His Confidence in
Oen. Rafael Reyes, at one lime the
militant President of Colombia, told
thirty friends who ga vs him a luncheon
at the laxwyars Club to-day he was hern
In an unofficial character snd st h's
own eapenss, with the object of bring
ing the Isttln races of America to
uniting to work In concert with the
L'nltsd SUtea for the good of civilisa
tion. Regarding bis own country, particu
larly, and Ha quarrela with the United
States over Panama territory, he aald :
"I have such confidence in the Juetlce
and generous sentiments of the Ameri
can people I am surs ths questions to
whloh she construction of the Panama
Canal havs necessarily given rite will
ultimately be settled with Colombia In
that gptrlt of fair play whloh has come
to bs the mark of a great nation."
Among those present were: Cabot
Ward, former flecretary of Porto Rico;
John P. Wallace, former Chief Engi
neer of the Panama Canal: Ulenry Run
lander of Jamas Spoysr A Co.; Charles
R. Duqus. owns rof the Panama star
and Herald: James M Motley, Dr.
Ramon Ouiteras, Manuel Oalvan, owner
of !as Novedadee; C. : Young and
Prederlr Brown, Secretary of the Pan
American Society of the t'nlted States,
and a number of men who have bun,
neaa relations with Coloiqbla.
FATHER OF 25 AT 57.
Oat af a Jab Baeaaee Ha lesat Fla
gera. Ho laes far Damage.
Eugene Machette, fifty-seven yeara of
age, of No. IIS Ralph atreet, Belleville,
a Newark, N. J., suburb, fatber of
twenty-five children, started suit yester
day under the Employera' Liability law
against the Knickerbocker Company.
cutlery manufacturers, of Mill and Main
Machette saya be wat Injured at the
I plant on Dec. a and la now unable to
work. He wat set to work on a "ruth
I Job." be asserts, when bit employer
I ssksd him to use s power aaw la place
of ths hand saw to which hs was ac
Whll using the power aaw tha thumb
and index nnger or nit left hand ware
rut off. He says he hat been without
work since and thtt the company haa
"failed to pay htm a cent." Up to tbe
time of tne gcciaent he had been re
ceiving tin w a week.
BR I wenr IN AMERICA
Back Drop Slide Down
Soon After Second Act
it Started Cur taint
Cloted Temporarily and
a New Beginning Made
An Excellent Per
formance. BY SYLVESTER RAW LING.
t ( (""tlBOfUUBD" waa sung st ths
Metropolitan Opera House last
w night for ths first tlms this
season. Tha second set disclosed a new
scene by Kaataky, of Berlin and viennt.
whloh waa effective, especlslly as to tha
Dragon's cave. Ths action had gons on
only a mlnuts or two with Qorlts, at
Alberleh, ths sols occupsnt of the stage,
when there wss a slight accident. A
back drop, with a row of tights, cams
sliding down. Qorlts waa undisturbed,
and Alfred Hsrtt, who ws conducting,
kept ths orchestra going until suddenly
the curtains wsre cloeed. The lights In
the auditorium wers not turned on tn
stsntljr and thtrs ws s babel of talk:
but thsrs wss no alarm, and prssentty
Mr. Ouard appeared before the curtain,
tald there had been a slight accident,
that nobody waa hurt and that the
opera would be resumed Immediately. It
was, with the second act begun over
The programme waa a first-rate one,
with the principal characters In familiar
handt. Carl Hurrlan, at Siegfried, never
has sung or acted the part to well. Hit
tong at the forge waa as beautiful aa
It wat powerful. Albert Relit accom
plished what one would havs said waa
Impossible: He maje of Mime a more
remarkable characterisation than ever.
Hit variety a. ems as boundleas as hit
tpontanrlty it dellgl.tful. Putnam Orlt
wold lent forrcf ulncss as well ss good
singing to The Wsndercr. into Ootltt'a
Alberleh waa grimly spiteful and llaall
Ruysdnel and hla megaphone made a
Johanna Oadskl, at the awakened
Brunnhllde, got her opportulty, of
courae, only t the end, but she made
the moet of 11. singing with power snd
beauty The Erds of Marguerite Mat
xensuer wss Impressive, snd Lenori
Sparket sang the voice or the bird
criaply and beautifully. Alfred Heru
conducted with the fervor to, which be
hss accustomed us and ths orchestra
There was a large audience, but the
house was not crowded. Everybody
wss absorbed, however, and nearly
everybody remained until the end.
AT THE OPE F A NEXT WEEK.
Massenet's "Marion" Is to be revived
st Ihs Metropolitan Opera House next
Wednesdsy evening, with Oraldlne
Karrar in the title part and I'aruso aa
Det Orleux. Mr. Tutcanlnl will conduct
and In the cast will be I,enoru Hparkea.
Jeanne Maubourg, Mario Duchenr, Dlnh
Qllly, Rothler and Heist. On Monday
night there la to be a repetition of
"Die Melateralnger," with Johanna Oad
akl, Marie Mattfeld, Sletak. Kelss, Oor
ltx, Well ami Uriswold In the caat,
Alfred Hertt conducting. There will be
an extra performance of "The Magic
lriute" 011 Thursday afternoon, with
Kmmy Dettlnn. Krleda llempel. Slexak.
Qorlts, Latnkow, Oris i old anil Kelts In
the principal parts, Mr. llerta conduct
ing. In the evening "Tristan und
Isolde," with Olive Kremstad, Louise
Homer, Carl Hurrlan. Well and Wlther
spoon, will be sum.. Mr. Toscanlnl con
ducting. "The ttarber of Seville" will
have a aecund heai .ig on Friday eve
ning, with Frieda Hempel, Macnea,
Amato, De flegurola and Plnl-t.'ortl,
Mr. Sturanl conducting. "La Qlooonda"
will be the Saturday matinee offering.
With Emmy Dettlnn, Morgarete Mgtxen
auer, Caruso. Amato and De Seg-urola,
Mr. Polacco conducting.
A epeclal performance nf "The Talet
of Hoffmann" will be given to-night
fur the benefit of the French Hospital,
which la non-aectarlan and depemla
upon public contribution for support.
With Your Stomach
Take good care of the digestion
help the liver and bowels when neces
sary, snd If there is sny weakness st
sny time take a short course of
riM away It will help your stomach
"come back." relieve such Ills as Lota
of Appetite. Gas on Stomach, Heart
burn. Belehlnf. Indigestion, Constipa
tion. Biliousness. Sick Headache. Colds.
Grippe. Malaria, raver and Ague, snd
Improve your besltb In general.
KEEP I BOTTLE HANDY ALL TNE TINE
Tbe oast writ Include Frieda Hemptl.
Olive Kremstad. I.ucrctle Borl. Macnea,
Rothler, Dlnh Qllly and De flegurohv
Aline von Baerenttcn. a elxteen-year-old
Amerltsn plsnlst who ha taken a
llrit prise et the Perls I'oneervstor y.
trill nlav i to-morrow nlxht'a corner'
Ihe principal singers will bs MMF 1
Drstlnn and Klccanio Martin.
FREE LECTURE RECITALS
IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
The Hoard of Education annouii n a
the following lecture recitals: To-morrow,
at Public School No. 101, "ON
W'alktisrs;" Monday, at Public ttchool
No. (2, "Compoters of Germany;" at
eUuyveeant High School, "Russian Folk
Hongs," and st Morris High School.
"Song of Burnt." Tuesday, at Public
School No. M, "Irish and Scotch Bal
lads," and at at. Anaelm'g Hall, "Songs
nf the tl.rm.ri Peonle." Wednesday,
at T. M. H. A. Hall, "Salnt-Saent,"
Thursday, at Public Bcnool -o. Si,
"Folk Music In Merrle England;" at
Public School No. S3. "Italy In Song and
Story;" at De Witt Clinton High School,
"Folk norms of Huisla," and at Wad
lelgh High School. "Schumann."
Joaef Stransky s soloist st the Phil
harmonic Society's concerts In Carnegie
Hall nest Thursdayevenlng snd Frldsy
afternoon will be OttllUe Metager. a
noted )er men contralto of the Hamburg
Opera. These will be ber first and only
American appearances, for aha it undsr
sn exclusive contract with ths Philhar
monic and Is to rsturn to Europe Im
mediately. Ons of bar numbers, to be
aung with tbe orchestra, will bs An
dromacha'a aria from Max Bruch'a
"Achilles." Motsrt's symphony In Q
minor and Richard Straus's "Death and
Transfiguration" will be played.
Paderawskl Is to return to America
next seaeon for an extended tour begin
ning tn September and lasting until
April. Frits Kreialer also la oomlng
back to play In a ssrlss of concerts from
October until spring. Bach It to bs
undsr ths management of Charles A.
Elks, of Boston.
Simusl Mantrh, a young Brooklyn
pianist, who has been studying abrosd
wlg Dohnanyt, is to gtve a recital In
Aeolian Hall on Monday evening?. Hit
programme; Will include compositions by
nach, Hohutuann, Chopin, Brahma and
Ths Ollvs Mead Quartet la to give the
third chamber concert of the season for
the People's Symphony at Cooper Union
on Thursday evening.
Willy lamping, 'cellist, will give n
free recital at the Horace Mann VUdltO
rlum to-morrow afternoon under th"
auspice of the Muatc Department of
Paul Relnert. the Herman Uedr alng
er. will be soloitt at ths Colony Club
Prof. Samuel A. Baldwin will give a
free organ recital at the City College
FRENCH CABINET RESIGNS.
PARIS, fas. II The French Cabi
net met to-day st the Palace of the
Elvsee under tbe chairmanship of
Preeldent Fallleree. when all the Min
ister formally offered their resigna
tion aa a sequel to yesterday's election
nf Premier Raymond Polncara ss Chief
executive Presldsnt Pglllares. how
ever, requested all th members of tbs
Government to retain their portfolios
until their successors had been chosen.
He did not Indies ts ths statesman who
would be ssksd to form the new Cabi
net. President-elect Polncare spsnt tbe
greater part of the day at tbe Foreign
nfflcn on the Qual d'Oresr. where be
worked with the aacretarles clearing
up the arrears of national business.
Ths newspapers, sven those profess
ing mnnnrchlit and clerical sentiment,
comment on Rsvmond Polncsre's elec
tion with favor and with a unanimity
unpredecented in French politics It ;
In fact difficult tn And anywhere a die
How lo Avoid Serious
Kidney and Bladder Trouble
Ths ssrloue forms of kidney or blsdder
disease, such aa Rrtght'a dlsessr, chronic
rheumatism or dread diabetes, can be eas
ily avoided If taken In time. The follow
ing simple formula shou.d b taken aa
soon as first symptoms are noticed 1 (let
sis ounces beat gin, add to tt ons-half
ounce Murax Compound and one-heir
ounce fluid extract Ituchu. Taks one m
two teatpooafula ef this mixture after
each meal and at bed time. Ii quickly
stops back paint, rheumatic pains In the
Joints, dltalness and other wsll known In
dlcatWrna which show weakness of these
much worked organs.
Th lagradlsnta of this formula ran be
had in any well stocked drug store end
ar easily mixed.
BOY HOLDS UP BURGLAR.
rotate Old Pistol at MISS VBI
Mother aad Nelahhoro Case a.
Edward McCarthy, tb:t teen- ear-old
son or Mrs. Alice xtcoaflnr. waa eas
ing care of hi two smaller brothers
In Iheli home at No. Ml Kast Oae Hun
dred anil Fifty-sixth street whoa hi
beard a noise In thl rear of tho apart
ment. He looked In hi mother's bed
room and saw a man searching; tbe
Edwsnl took d,mn from the WaE a
civil war revolver. Pointing at the man
he demanded that be turow up hi.
bands. The burglar, who saya lie U
John Callahan of No Woodward
street. Hrldgeport. Conn . obeyed. Jutt
then Mra McCarty returned, called
neighbors snd with their help threw
Callahan to the Hour.
Kdtvard was acnt to tbe Morrtsanla
police station. Detectlvea found In Cal
lahan' pocket nboijt lion worth of
Jewelry trggejn iirs. aictartny lueuunea
a her property.
ALMOST BALD WITH
Itched Dreadlblly. Pimples Would
Burst ami Form Hard Crust. One
Box ef Cutrcura Ointment and
Three Cakes Cuticura Soap Cured.
let) Newton Ht., Brooklyn. N Y -"
away to ths country last summer my child
was afflicted with an Itching scalp. First
there appeared sort of
a little boU whloh
came very shiny. A
little green head
oped and It
bunt and form a I
crust. Ths hair 1
out gradual. Ths
crust spread and aha
waa left almost bald.
" She was treated for several weeks but It
did not do ber any good. I decided on sand
lag for a sample of Cuticura Hoap and oint
ment. In using both of them 1 found a waa
derful Improvement. I mtaatged her scalp
with the cuticura Ointment morning aad
night snd washed her hoed with the Cuti
cura Soap every eerood day. After tishtg
one box of Cuticura Ointment and these
rakes of Cuticura Soap I am thaakful to
say my child was cured and ber hair has
grown neck again." (Signed) Mrs. M.
Reianer. June H. 1013.
A single cake of Cutlcum Soap 2Ac aad
bos of Cuticura Ointment 60c. ere 1
sufficient when all else has failed.
throughout tbe world. Liberal tempi of
each mailed free, with 8X-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston '"
aa-Tender-fkced men should use Cnttoara
Soap Shaving Stick. 2Bc. Sample free.
re such intimate relations that M
one ran be expected to be well
acquainted with success who does
not keep good hold on health.
Most serious sicknesses start la
minor troubles of the digestive
organs. Thousands know by
actual experience that health and
strength and therefore success Bt
Are Increased I
By Use of I
Beecham's Pills in time, and be
fore minor troubles become deep
seated and lasting. This famous
family remedy will clear your sys
tern, regulate your bowels, stimu
late your liver, tone your stomach.
Then your fond will properly
nourish you and enrich your blood.
You will be healthy enough to
resist disease strong enough to
take due advantage of oppor
tunity after taking, as needed,
FIvaM illlon Man use the Cilletta,
The Blades are fine. Get s
I THt-axSSawbettO OVtAs
ajMtawe aefety ftasor Co.,
WHO WANTS WITHOUT COST
Upriibt Plana. iiau'UuuM 6 ptsvs l of iSxf,
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