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STOESSEL TELLS OF LOSS
MAXY OFFICERS BITTER.
"Alejriff^ Denounced by Veterans of
London, Jan. IS. — The correspondent at Ka
gupakl of "The Express" hns had an Interesting
Interview with General Stoes?el. In the course
of which the per.erni said:
The capitulation secan Ir.K on New Tear's
Dny was mere!;. a coincidence. Tne loss of
208-Metre Hill ar.d the suhF.e^ueni capture of
forts, combined \\iih the deadly marksmanship
vrith the terrible 11-inch FhoUs. the depressing
cff*ct of the death of rjenen Kondratchenko
find the fearful ii.cr- of scurvy, really fixed
the time of cnpltulatlor.. It is quite untrue that
J dissented from the unanimous decision of the
flr.al ro'.iTvcil of \ra.r. Our SnaJ Ul_Wftt requests
tor relief were never p.tis-.vered.
A« rep-arcis paro!e. I distinctly discouraged ai.y
concerted action. Every officer decided for him
self. Generally commanding officers stuck with
their men and chose imprisonment. Most of the
nsval ofl".cf>rs also chose captivity, many prob-
Kbly brlaf influenced by the fear of impending
The correspondent adds that conversation with
other Ru«Rian officers reveals preat MttcrMMi
-gl*-— ' and denunciations cf Admiral Alexicff
for his failure tr> properly fortify Port Arthur,
and "his cowardly flight" by the last train from
the fortress. They cay the torpedo oat dr
etroyers that • scaped before the surrender car
ried all the recimental and naval colors to Che-
Foo. The Junior of?ictr6 denounce the Incapac
ity and folly of the rurrer.t in entering upon
the war. and declare that all the men who return
to Russia from Port Arthur are revolutionists In
fcpirit. These opinions were openly expressed in
the pretence of General Bt*M_Ml, who remarked :
"I^et them talk. They have earned the right
to think a- they please by hravinpr untold deaths
for our country."
MAY. IXVOLVE FRAXCE.
Japanese Charge That Russia Is
Trying to Do So.
Tokio, Jan. 17.— The note of the Russian gov
ernment to the powers railing attention to the
alleged violation by China of her declared neu
trality, which Russia charges has been at the
instance of Japan; the raid of Lieutenant Gen
eral Mlstchenko'e cavalry wwilliwsl of Liao-
Tang. resulting, a« the Japanese claim, in the
deliberate Invasion of neutral territory, and the
alleged violation of French neutrality by ves
sels of the Russian second Pacific- squadron by
making a prolonged etay at ports on the island
of Madagascar, have created the impression in
ofScial quarters here that the Russians are try
ing to Involve France. China and other powers
In the. Russo-Japanese troubles in the Far East.
co that Russia may be enabled to take her defeat
w:ih greater grace.
A Japanese official said to-day:
France recently denied that vessels of the Rus
eian second Pacific squadron were Ftopping at
Madagascar, but since then it has not uttered a
word, and the situation Is one calling for ex
I cannot believe th-* sane Frenchmen will ba
seriously influenced by the documents alleged
to have been preperad by General Kodama.
Bhowlngr a plan of campaign for a Japanese i:i
vasion of French Indo-China, which are for
geries. If it should be Russia's scheme first to
embroil France with China, it would be more
easily understood than to provoke England
elon*>, which act would not bring assurance of
DEWY. FLEET HAS SAILED.
Indication* That Rojcstvensky Will
Wait Long in Indian Ocean.
Ft. Petersburg. .lan. 17— The Admiralty here
der.jr? the report published by the "Matin," of
Paris, to-day, that the Russian authorities are
In •ipt of a dispatch from Admiral Rojest
venrky aayin* that he is leaving Madagascar
vithout awaiting the division commanded by
Hear Admiral Botrovrky.
There if, fvPrv Indication that the Russian
•econd Pacific equadron Intends to cruise in the
Indian Ocean for com* time— probably until tlie
irrival of the drvielon now being made ready at
ROCK A WAY BEACH BLAZE.
Four Uotela and Three Cottages
Burn—Bank Robbery Tried.
Three hotels and seven ___Uler structures
were destroyed hy fire early reater_ay morning
la West-aye.. Rockaway Bearh. and at about
the same time an effort was made to enter the
Bockawar branch of the Bank of Long Island at
the Boulevard and Pleasant-ay.*. four blocks
from the scene of the fire. The attempt at
burglary was a buryrlin^ affair by an amateur.
Tbe flre etarled some time between 1:30 and _
o'olook In the basement of the Hotel Waldorf.
It Is beUev*d the would-be burglars were mfn
ieen running from the general direction of the
b«_k and fire. Police Captain Kreusher said he
did not believe the fire ar.i attempt at burglary
bad any connection except that the flre lighting
up the wamm may have driven the men away
On the Brandeth-ave. side, next to the hotel
balldlns. fct'x-xj a cafe and bowline alley. It wma
tutted. ar;d a mtta«« Just beyond was "destroyed
end the one beyond that was badly damaged. A
lot of bathing houses near the AValdorf caught
and burned. Pparks carried on the wind set iir>
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to the Hotel Shanley, two blocks away. NotM of
the burned huildlngs was occupied except by a
caretaker. Thf loss is estimated at upward of
$250.1« M Th'- Waldorf and two of the cottages
burned were owned by Timothy Keiley. of Man
hattan. He aleo owned the caf«s and bowling al
ieys and the bathing houses adjoining the hotel.
Th. other two cottages destroyed there were
by a man named Newman, living in
n. Mr. KeUey*a loss will not be far from
$100.(100, The heaviest loser by the fire is Her
man G. Mertens, who owned the Columbia and
ii •;»■>■ and their furnishings. His loss is
said to i.c in the nelc-borhood of $150,000. The
bathing houses at \h* Columbia and the Shanley
were owned by Err.c.st Ochs, of Brooklyn, a
CAN SAVE FOUR WARSHIPS
Russian Fleet Useless After Action
of August 10.
London, Jan. 18.— "The Times's" correspondent
at Port Arthur says the battleships Peresviet
and Poltava can easily be floated, but that the
former's superstructure is greatly damaged, and
that the battleship l';tli:ida and the armored
cru is er Bayan apparently uvo r.ot seriously
damaged, and <an be refloated. These vessels,
he n ya, m.iy bo saved ;ifter great expense.
As regards armament, the turret guns were all
destroyed before surrender. Some of the guns
of the secondary armament are intact, but most
of the smaJl guns were removed to tho forts.
Three days before the surrender the ships were
set on fire with kerosene and mines were ex
NORTH SEA INVESTIGATION ON.
Statements of Particulars from England and
Russia Made in Secret Session.
Paris, .Tan. 17.— The commission appointed to in
quire Into the Xorth Sea incident held a closed ses
sion to-day at the Foreign Office and received
statements of particulars from both sides, which
will be mado public at the session of the commis
sion on Thursday.
Notwithstanding reports that the formal submis
sion of the caeca might lead to a modification of
the Russian defense concerning the presence of
Jf.panesf- torpedo boats In the North Sea at tho
time the Russian squadron fired on the Hull fishing
fleet it is learned that the Russian case sub
mitted to-day had not been altered in that particu
The British case fellows the general lines hereto
fore disclosed and also includes documentary evi
dence bo voluminous that it requires three men to
carry It. The Hull nshermwi witnesses are expected
to be summoned next week.
COFFEY CLAIMS $600,000.
He Demands This from Hugh Mc-
When it was announced yesterday that ex-Sen
r.tor Miahael J. Coffey had filed a claim for $000,000
against the estate of Hugh McLaughlin. the for
mer Democratic leader, in the office of the- Surro
r&te in Klr.ss County, the scandal of ISP2, when a
lot of franchises were given to the Nassau Elec
tric Railroad for practically nothing, was recalled.
The claim filed by Mr. Coffey is In connection with
a suit brought by him some time ago against Me-
phi in. P. H. Fly.in. James Shevlln and John
McCarty, in which he demanded 5600,000 as part of
his share of the profits accrjing from the sale of
the Nassau Railroad to the Brooklyn Rapid Tran
sit Coapaay. Ex-Justice Vcn Wyck, the attorney
for The defendants, has not at yet put in nn an
Flynn was the promoter of the Naef-au company
and was instrumental in securing the franchipf-s
from the Brooklyn Board of Alderm»n. It was
charged that Flynn was to reserve stooks and
bonds of the cempany for certain persons not
named, and that he ni to hold the securities as
In his affidavit filed in tho Surrogate's off.cc. Sen
ator Coffty aayi that the CFtate of McLaughlin is
lndebu-d to him In the sum of J<jOl»,000, "on account
of the wionffful receipt and retention by the said
McLauKhlin of ih" paid sun. the balance due me
as my riphtful share and proportion of the net
procf-eds and profits of the sale by P. H. Flynn on
account 't and lor tne benefit of said Flynn. said
McLauKhlln, myself and others of stock.- und
bonds of nain railway corporations.'' The affi
davit further stat*6 that Ooffey "is informed, and
believes, that his shar»- amounts to 8.000 shares of
the capital stock of tho Nassau Electric Railway
Company, 1903 first mortgage bonds of the Nassau,
M 0 first mortga*** bonds cf the Brooklyn, Queens
County ar.d Suburban Railway Company and 3.600
shares of the. capital stock of the Coney Islaiid
and Gravesend Railroad Company."
SALE BRINGS $2,850.
The sale of oil painting?. studies in oil and water
colors by the- late C. Morgan Mcllhenney, A. N. A.,
at the American Art Galleries last evening:, brought
$2,550. The highest figure reached was 1280 for
'"Woofls in Winter," which was knocked down to
A. C. Zabriskie, "Picking Water Lilies" and
"Landscape" were bought for $100 each hy L.
KuenMeleo. "TwiliElit" was sold to J. D. Bchene
for HM, W. H. Oscanyan bought "Homeward
Hound" for $50. G. Glenn Newell was the pur
char-cr of "Letting Down the Bars," for $35. This
n» the last picture the artist worked on and was
American landscapes by th*> late Robert C. Minor,
N. A., will be Eold this evening.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18. 1005.
THE BEST MADE.
Throat and Luntj Trouble*.
NEW MOVE BY MRS. DUKE
Adjournment May Have Important
Bearing on Proceedings.
Ijevy & Unger, of counsel for Mrs. Brodie I*
Duke, made a move yesterday which may hay« an
Important bearing on the proc— by habea*
corpus beforo Justlco Gaynor In Brooklyn to-mor
row to have Brodio 1^ Duke declared sane and set
at liberty. They obtained from Just'co Gaynor an
adjournment of the time set for the beginning 1 of
the hearins,' of Mrs. Duke's appeal from the com
mitment of Mr. Duke to a sanatorium.
When Justice Gaynor adjourned the, habeas cor
pua proceeding last week. De Lancey Nlcoll, of
counsel for tho Duke family, expressed a willing
ness to have the testimony regarding Mr. Duke's
sanity given before tbe commission which had
been named by Justice Gnynor on Mrs. Duke's ap
peal, but counsel for Mr. Duke protested n^alnst
recognising Mrs. Duke in the case. It happened,
however, that the habeas corpus proceeding was
adjourned to the exact time vhlch had been set
for tho beginning of the work of the commission.
Expecting that Mr. Nicoll might make another
effort to-morrow to delay the hearing of the testi
mony In Mr. Duke's case, arguing that Justice
Gavnor need not hear the testimony himself when
there was a mmission of his own appointment
in court ready to take the testimony. Levy &
Ungor yesterday obtained from the Justice an ad
journment of the committee's mr-otinK until a wefK
If Mr. Duke is discharged on the habeas corpus
proceedings to-morrow, Levy & Unger wll. have
the order appointing the commission revoked, be
cause there will be no longer any need for the com
mission, but If Mr. Duke is r.ot released there will
still be the proceeding on appeal to be Invoked
In his behalf. In either case the delay in the meet-
Ing of tho commission will operate to permit Mrs.
Duke'a counsel to make a light against the ap
plication of the Duke family lawyers for the ap-
S ointment of a commission In lunacy by Justice
Teenbaum in Manhattan. The application is to
be argued on an order to show cause, on Friday.
Justice Greenbaum will be compelled to deny the
application if Justice iJavnor holds to-morrow that
Mr Duke is sane, but if Justice Gaynor does not
set Mr Duko at liberty, Mrs. Duke's counsel can
resist the application for a commission in lunacy
on the gTound that tne whole, question of Mr.
Duke'a sanity is to be decided before another com
mission. , . '•". '.■'.. •■■ . .
Mrs Duke's counsel eaid yesterday that the in
dictment was merely an attempt to enforce the
payment of a noto for $3,000 given by Mrß. Duke on
account of a land deal in Texas. Tho note was
indorsed by a Texas banker, and tho ••iarg« has
been i&de that his Indorsement was gained under
false pretences. Mrs. Duke's counsel d< slare that
Bha v as not in Texas at the time the note was in
dorsed and negotiated, and that she could not
be extradited to Texas n.« a fugitive from justice,
even If she were arrested here <>n a bench warrant.
"We fhall resist any attempt to take Mrs. Duke
to Texas while the question of the sanity of her
hunban.i is pending." said Mr. Levy yesterday, "but
as soon as Mr. Duke Is declared »an« and releasea.
Mrs Duke will so to Texas of er own accord to
face that indictment and vindicate herselr, as she
has nothing to fear from that Indictment.
Kacogdoches, Tex.. Jan. IT.— District Attorney
Imboden said to-night that he had asked the Gov
ernor for requisition papers for Mrs. Alic^ Wcbb-
Duke on an Indictment charging her with swindling
E. A. Blount.
W. n. PARSONS IX IT.
Consulting Engineer of Hudson
At a meeting: of the original directors of the
Hudson Companies, held yesterday at the office
of Harvey Fisk & Sons, the following perma
:.• nt directors were elected: Walter G. Oak
man, William G. IfcAdoo, William Barclay Par
sons. John W. Simpson, William C. Lane, Fred
erick B. Jennings. Anthony N. Brady, Andrew
Freeman, Gardiner M. Lane, t'ornellus V
bilt, Pliny Fisk and William M. Harnum.
The board subsequently orpanized by electing
the following officers: President, Walter G.
Oakman; chief onsineer, Cbarlea M. Jacobs;
deputy chief engineer, J- Vlporid Davlea; eon
euiting engineer. William Barclay Parsons;
treasurer, Henry A. Murray; secretary, Kenyon
An executive committee was also elected, con
pisting of Walter •'■■ Oakman. William G. Mc-
Adoo, Andrew Freedman. Pliny Fisk and Will
iam M. Da mum.
It Will be noticed that five new directors—
namely, Messrs. Oakman, Parson-, Freedman
Vanderbilt and Gardiner M. Lane, are direc
tors of the Interborough Rapid Transit Com
pany. It Una said on authority, however, that
this has no significance beyond showing that
the mufi cordial relations exist between the
Hudson Companies and the Interborough com
pany, which, it la pointed out. is perfectly nat
ural. In view of the fact that the tunnels of the
Hudson Companies, when completed, will come
in contact with the Interborough's subway sys
tem at two points.
Messrs. Jacobs and Davies. respectively chief
engineer and deputy chief engineer of the Hud
son Companies, ar" identified with the Pennsyl
vania Ru ll road Company, and ore at present
engaged In supervising the construction of the
North and Eat. River tunnels of the Pennsyl
The fad that Mr. McAdoo Is not an officer
of the Hudson Companies is said officially to
be without significance, since that company is
purely a construction company. He continues
;: - president of both the New-York and Jer
sey and the Hudson and Manhattan Railway
companies, for which corporations the tunnels
are being built. He is as much Identified with
the enterprises a* ever, it is announced, and will
continue to be active in their development.
WIRELESS FOR THE WHITE STAR LINE.
The Oceanic Will Be Its First Steamer To Be
A cable meaaage Just received from London an
nounce* that a contract has been mkiiccl with the
White Star Line for the equipment of its vessels
with ti.. 1 Marconi win len telegraph apparatus. The
first v. Mcl to be Installed will be th.- Oceanic, which
wUI leave England toward the end of this month.
By this contract the Marconi company will have
Included in Iti system the entire number of im
portant transatlantic liners carrying i>asH*-:i*,'t is be
tween Europe and this continent.
Vessels of the following iii.-s are now equipped
with the Marconi system: Atlantic Transport Lane,
Compagni< Generale Transatlantique, Cunard Une.
Hamburg-American Line. American Line, Red Star
Line. North German LJpyd, Allan Line and White
Btar Line. ...
The American Society of Landscape Architects
held Its annual meettnß and dinner at the Hotel
Astor laat night. Among other topics, there was
a discussion <>f the landscape art. The election of
officers resulted as follows: John C. Olmsted. of
Brookllne, Mass., president; Samuel Par*ons, Jr.,
of New-York, vice-president; Downing' Daux. <>f
New-York, seeretarj and C N. LowrTe. of New-
Tork, treasurer. James L. Oreenleaf. of New- York
wns elected a member of the executive committee!
ONLY ONE CANDIDATE IN THIS CITY.
trie* .t. Buehntr, of Rt. John"*
Coiieae. Brooklyn .. Ed at Columbia fni
sl.Bs for a headpiece.
The day we said that last year over
a thousand men caught on, and we
had hut 1762 Derbies.
This year we've only 1704, because
these $1.85 Derbies are just a chance
product in the making of our $3 and
$4 hats— a lucky chance for you.
Any little flaw or roughness in the
fur that an expert's eye can catch,
bars a Derby from our $3 and $4
These hats we have had blocked
into a shape that will be good form
this Spring and put them on sale to
day for the benefit of 1704 men who
want a good looking hat that will
wear as well as any Derby made, and
who don't mind an imperfection which
they probably can't find.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Store-.
258 842 1260
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 32nd St
versity yesterday to take the examination for the
Cecil Rhodes Oxford University scholarship. The
examinations for this State began yesterday at
Columbia, Cornell and Syracuse universities, and
at Albany. They will he finished to-day. Buchn°r
worked industriously -with the examination papers.
Last year olghr students took the examination at
Columbia, but of th« seven who passed, none re
rHved an award, and this is thought to b« re
sponsible for the small number this year.
"AUTO" OWNERS' VICTORY.
"Can't Convict of Speeding on Of
ficer's Word," Says Judge.
Automobiliata are delighted over the victory by
Trenor 1.. Park, the yachtsman and club member,
of White Plains, in his appeal from his fine of $£.'
imposed for scorching in an automobile, which re
sulted yesterday in Judge Plan, at White Plains, re
versing the conviction and ordering the- fine re
turned to Mr. Park. Recently a crusade was begun
asainat automobilists violating the speed law in the
town of Ryr- and many rich m^n werp arrested. Mi
Park p:iid a fine under protest and appealed to
the County Court from the conviction of the
U. S. STEEL CO. WINS.
Court Says A. F. Stevens Cannot
[BT TEI.r.OP.APH TO THE TRIBUNE.]
Trenton. X. J., Jan. 17.— Vice-Chancellor Steven-
BOfl to-day filed on opinion sustaining the demurrer
of the I'nited States St<^el Corporation In the Buit
brought laat spring against that company by Ai
frerl K. STfVßns. of Newark, to compel the payment
of dividends on th« company's common stock.
This decleton practically disposes of the whole case.
Stevens filed a bill to enforce the payment of divi
dends on the common stock out of alleged accumu
lation of profits amounting in January. 1904, to
556,000.000. He urged that the company was obliged,
under the statutes, to use this money for the pay
ing of such dividends.
The Vice-Chancellor hold* that th» Steven* bill
presents no case., apart from tha Corporation act,
in which, under the general equity power of the
court, the complainant is entitled to compel the
declaring of a dividend on the common stcck of tho
corporation. He says it is a well settled rule that
directors of trading corporations are Invested with
a wish discretionary power as regards the distribu
tion of profits, in the form of dividends, among the
stockholders. Subject, of course, to the provisions
of the charter and hy-laws, he says, it is generally
for the directors to say whether profit* shall be
distributed to the stockholders or retained for lie
purposes of the corporate business.
THE TYPOTHET2E HAVE DINNER.
Plan to Shorten Printers' Workday to Eight
At the annual Franklin dinner, given last night
by the New-Tork City Typothetae at the Hotel St.
Regis, among the guests were Justice Deuel of
Bpeclal Sessions: Theodore L. De Vinne, Simeon
Ford, Job K. Hedges, Luke D. Stapleton, ex-Juds;e
William M. K. Olcott. P. F. Collier, the Rev. W. W.
Qiles and George H. ; Ellise. president of the
Typothetae of America. Pr.-sident \Vllllam Green
of the New- York City Typo the was toastmaster.
Mr. Ellise Bald In part:
1 call your attention as, publishers to the proposi
tion of the typographical union which proposes to
shorten the workday to eight hours it is wen
known thru we C3nnOt , afford any such decree in
oui working day, so far as we printers arTcon
cerned. II we have to come to it. we shall have
the a day. Ur cuslomers to ** f<)r -** shortening of
When Mr. De Vinne rose to speak he was enthu
siasttcall; greeted. His address was brief
Simon Ford and Job E." Hedges a /so spoke.
The menu was as follows:
Hor" d l^re 3 SherryAlfon »o S <'^
c^S^IcJ?S_S-_5 t s » vt — •
Tcurne.los le Kllet de B<puf
Bouquets ft* L*|rume». ' Chateau
Pommos Laurette. Pr>rt*t Canet
TlmbaJe de Rlb de \>au Toulouse *- an *t.
„ ,3, 3o btsb t 5- Potrmery "See"
Oranit* a lOran*-*. or "Brut "
Canarri i*te rouge.
Hominy Frit*, Gelee Groseille
Folnde. Meats* Miners.) Water
Ca ' c - » Ciearettes.
The following were among the satisfied judg
ments filed yesterday, the first name b*lng that of
tho debtor, the second that of the creditor, and
date when Judgment was filed:
Althause. Walt-r J - Hobley; April T. 1004 J626
Same— Same; Avirll 13, UHU ... '...V7' . -m^t
Klairraer. J.ihn J— J O tlammer; Jlav 19 1904 T t.*>^
Bam* B_ms: Decemb»r _, IWH... . ' *w»... I.VZ3
Glassberg. Jacob and Max E II r^den Lumber
rompany; January is. H¥>3... 52 .
8 !"" 1 »-t,nc company; "»
I-eutncm, William H— 1. A Ini>.*rn«t January"^
10l*S ' ROf
Katzraun. Louib— A Futoransky ar.a •t.oth'fr "no- •
vember la. IM_ ...
Freidman. Jo_rph j Dickinson >n.t "another-
Junii £1, 1i*^'2 ...... .. ' ■-■!
J L'DQMENTS CANCELLED. ' ~
Freedrr.an. JOBsps Colonial ll*nk; Decemter 7,
ii**o ' «i jm
Same— W B SrhuylT and another; Man-fi 17*. ",.™
li"J*J •■ >#> . «2rt
Blr«, Il'r.r-. B— The Mer.antll* National Buriilof
the City of ! >w-York; Hi»— 28. 1904.' a 0.354
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
The following petitionß in bankruptcy were
among those filtd yesterday:
An Involuntary petition waa filed a«am«t OottlUb
Wolkotnlr and Oecrte Laak»r. iraJlnt as the B_lf.,r°
Rubber Comj*ny. No. 13» lTln*«-it.. by Thoinan X «,
Carthy, h.i.ung an aaaisa*] claim of 11.233 from ih.
Union Rubber >'.mi.«nv of Uoaton. ro the
Irvlnic L Stelnhartlt. meiUcal »tu<lent. N.. .16S Umi
Nln.i. sixth . voluntary p«-tltli.n; liabilities 11858 . as'
■&t», i'Jf: Toe principal er*_ton -><• Samuel <• Steln
hardt. No. 168 We«t Nlnetr-»txth-«t.. $360, and Kachel
■talnurdt, $660. Petitioner was formerly a partnrr In
th« firm of Stetnhardt. Relaer £ Co.. now dl«aolved
Uii<lp.i> Ru«»el! waa appointed rao«iv«r of the American
Taier r.u; and Oox Company, with a bond of |10 Ova
At "The Linen Store."
These are high-grade French
goods and all hand made. Of
fered at decided reductions, for
At lI3S 1.5* 1"« 73 323 5.50
Reduced from 1.50 2.00 2.00 S.BO *.(» 25
At $2.00 »9O 4.50
Reduced from 2.C0 8.30 6.C0
At 12..V) 2.75 380 3.73 3.00 £23
Reduced from 2.73 3.5<> 4.23 4.8© «l» 7.73
At UK 8.23 TOO
Reduced from ft.SO 7.73 8.23
At 12.G0 80 6.75 000 10.75 1180
Reduced fnn. 3.23 4.60 75 12.00 13.78 U.T6
SHORT WHITE SKIRTS.
At 1123 3.00 3.C0 4.28
Reduced from -75 3.75 4.30 850
This sale includes as well Table
Linen, Towels, Bed Linen, Bed Cover
ing, etc., at greatly reduced prices.
James McCutcheon Si Co.
14 WEST 23D STREET.
Sunrise 7:2l|Sun»et 4:59:M00n aers 4:33iMoon'» age 14
A.M.— Sandy Hook 5:00 Gov. Island S:IH Hell Gat« 7:11
P.M.— Sandy Hook 6:26[Gov. island 5:35 H«ll Oate 7:28
Vessel. From. Line.
•Ryniam Rotterdam. January 7 Holland-Am
•Sarnia .....Kingston, January 12 Htmb-Aia
•li/>mg Albert Geao—, Jai.unry 3 N O Uoyl
•Ultonia Trlepfe. Jrnuary 4 Cunard
•Seguranca Colon. January 11 Ward
Barcelona Hamburs. December 13 . . Hamb-Am
Manltou London, j.muary 5. .. Atlantic Trans
Exeter City Swansea. December 31 Briatol City
vie Liverpool. January 6 White Star
Breitzl? Gibraltar. January 2
Finland Antwerp. January 7 Red Star
Astoria Gla3gov». January 7 Anchor
British Empire Antwerp. January 7 Ph«nlx
Coaeho Galve*ton. January 11 Mallory
Albenra Algiers. January 4
El Mar Galveston. January 12 Morgan
Callforntan St Lucia. January .. Hawaiian A m
Arapahoe Jacksonville. January 15 Clyde
THURSDAY. JANUARY 19.
Pennsylvania Hamburg. January 7 Hamb-Am
Nord America Gibraltar. January 8 Italian
Chemnlts Bremen. January 7 N G Lioya
FRIDAY. JANUARY 30.
•La Savole Havr«, January 14 French
Arabic Liverpool. January 11. .White Star
El Valla Galveston. January 14 Morgan
SATURDAY. JANUARY 21.
•CaT, Ljv.»rp January 14 Cunard
•St. Louis Southampton. January 14. ..American
Calabria Naples. January T Anchor
Giulia Qalveataa, January i.4 Mallory
Alamo Galreston, January 14 Mallory
SUNDAY. JANUARY 22.
•Tennyson Pernambuco. January 9. Lain & Holt
Vessel. For. Line. Malls close. sails.
Majestic, Liverpool. White Star 6:30 am 10:00 am
Amsterdam. Rotterdam. Hol!and-Am. 7:ooam 10:00 am
Adirondack. Haytf; Hamb-Amer 30 am 12 00 m
Bermudlan. Bermuda. Quebec 8:0">am 10 00 a m
Prins Wiliem I Haytt. DWI 10:00 a m 1:00pm
Cherokee, Santo Domingo. ilvde 12:30 pm 3:oOpm
Lombardia. Naples. Italian .
Jefferson. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:00 m
Lampaea*. Galveston. Mallory ■ 3:oOprn
Proteus. New-Orleans. Morgan. , 12:00 m
Algonquin. Charleston. Clyd? 3:00 pm
THURSDAY. JANUARY 19.
La Oascogne. Havre. French 7:00 am 10(V> a. m
Aigilar.cia. Havana. Ward S:0o a m 1100 a. m.
Seneca. Nassau, Ward 12:00 m 3 00pm
Bitlcher. Hamburg, H»mb-Am . lAOOam
Xl Norte, Qalrastcn. Mergaa , 3:0.) m
Hamilton. Norfolk. OKI Dominion 3:00 pm
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2->.
Matanzas, Guamanamo, Ward 12:0Om 8 00pm
Robert Adamaon Argentina, — 12:00 m 3 -00 Dm
Comal. Brunswick. Mallory . 3-00 cm
Monroe. Norfolk Old Dominion 3:oopm
Arapahoe. Charleston. Clyde t'OOpm
Port of New- York, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 1905.
t Steamer u;>r <Nor) - Lftrs r - D«merara January C. to
r»J & P Armstrong, with sugar. Arrived at the Bar at
4:30 p m
Steamer Philadelphia. Crockett. Porto Cabello January
0 Curacao S. La iJuayra 9 an.: San Juan 12. to Boulton.
Bltaa & Dallett, with 30 psuswira. mails and radie. Ar
rived at the Bar at 6:85 *. m.
Steamer Ciirltyba (Cuban). Hoppe, Matanzas Januarr 1
Cardenas 2. Sagua 4. -a:Nir.. n 5, i-a^ua 7 Gtbara f>"
Haracca 10 and Xuevltas 12. to \V I> Murson. with 3 caMn
passengers and mdi<«. Arrived at the Bar at 1215 a m
fcteatner Morro Castle. Downs. Havana January 14 to
Jam-s E Ward A Co, wtth M la.sFengei!.. mails and mdae
Arrived at the Bar at 3:03 pm. ~ m-o".
Steamer Proteus, Halsey, Orleans January 11 xn
th© Southern Pacific Cb, with passengers and mdcc.
Passed guarantlns at s a m. 1 "' l4 "'= p -
Btaajnar Comal. Woodward. Mobile January 9. kla Brunn
wt. 14 to Charles H Mallory A Co, with passsnrers and
mdse. Passed Quarantine at J«:05 a m.
Steamer i^rib. Chichester, Georgetown. S •• H «rd
Wilmington. N C, M to William P Clyde St Co. with
md*e. Passed Quarantine at 7 a m.
Steamer Jefferson, Dole Newport News and Norfolk to
the Old Dominion Ss Co, with passengers and mdse
Passed Quarantine at 1:15 p m.
Ste«.m»-r Windermer* (Br>. Veasey. Bi!tlrnor» Tanuarv
13, to the Str«et Ss iV with nxl»e in transit.
S;eame.r Finland. Apfeld. Antwerp, and Dover Jan 7 to
the Rewl Star LJne. with passengers ar.ii mds« Passed
in Sandy Hook at 8:3« pm. ' *****
Steanwr Ryr.dam fDntch) Van der Zee Rot-erdam
January 7 and BootosM K. to th» Holland-America Line
with passengers and mdse. Southeaat of Fire- Island at
8 :-3 p m.
Steamer F!n:ar..l. Apfeld. Antwerp and Dorer Januarr
7. to Red Star Une. with 00 cabin arl »S2-*te*rax« pa»
•engers and mdse. Arrived at the Kar ot 8 p m
Steamer Exeter Cltjr (Br). King. Bristol December 28
and Swansea St. to James Arkell A Co. with m lse Ar
rived at the Fiir at 7:3<> r m
Sandy Hook, N J. Jan 17. 9:30 p m— Wind weet. light
breete, hazy. . "
6teamer» Comanche. Charleston and Jacrcsonvllie
Onolda. Philadelphia: City of Columhus. Savannah- Vi.
torlous ißn, Havre and Dunkirk: arpathta iHrt. Naples
and Genoa; Kronprinz Wilhelm «Ger). [Iremrn. via
Plymouth and CsWliiwi: Pocahoataa ißr» Oporto Oran
Me; Bl Norte«. Galveston: Orizaba, folon. Princeas Anne.
Norfolk and Newport News; GcOrgic (Br>. | list I
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
.Swansea. Jan — Sailed, steamer Brooklyn City (Brv
Ballev. New- York.
East London. .Inn 14 — Arrived, steamer Egyptian Prince.
<Br>. McMillan. N->u York via Cape Town.
Chrlsttania. Jan 13— Sailed, steamer Hella (Dan). Kgense.
HambvrsT, Jan l.">— Sailed, steamer Pallanza (Ger). Seßarm
Rotlerdan Jan 15— Sailed, s'earner \rp\n\nr (Ger. ran'.O.
"IVlcSrl^Sw-Vo^r" IV lcSrl^Sw-Vo^ r katanga Mrt - M,-brid<e
ritiltlniort an.l N. w, York
Venice. Jan I*— Arrived, steamer Georgia .Au«t Para
vich. New- York via Naples.
Algier*. .'an 13— S«llrd. st»-amer Hucison ißr) Rurn«tt
from New Tora>. Shanghai. '"
Colombo, Jan 13 — Satl«><l. steamer Clan Ma. mil'an »Br>
Wadg* iii, n: Calcutta). New-Tort.
Manila. .l«i l»v Arrived. Ateamer St illlata >iin I>aig
Itsoh. New-York vl:* I>urban n)ul Singapore.
Melbourne. Jan 17— Arrived previously, it,am«r Drayton
Grange (Br>. Murchlson. New-York, via St Vincent
C V. Fremantle. »Uf.
Lyttwlton. Jan 17— Arrlvel pre\-iously. stramrr Pharsalia
(Br). Foote. N» -York via st Vincent. C V PuneJin.
M'>nte\l.le-., l.in !•— \rlve,l. steamer Vinri! ißr>. Jar
dine, New-York for 11-iencs A\reM» R san .<
I<ahla. Jan H -Sailed, steamer Venango (Hri. M.itin.nic
i from S;-. Ik, New-Y»rk.
Barbados. Jan I*— Sailed, steamer The*p!s tHri. F»rgu
*n (from Rio Janeiro), New York. 17— Flumlnenae
. i Hi i. Harvey (from N>w ... etc.
Ft \ ln.eti. ■• V. I>eo 2.^-Salle.l. mranwr S»ar of Ire
tand (Br>. K-ar.i. . .fi .n. N«»w-York> Melbourne.
Et Lucia. Jan l« -Salleil. "teanier Hernitla ißr) Jack
t-«n ifnim Buer.cja Ayrea), New-York.
6t Thomas. Jan lit—Arrived, steamer rrtnxesidn Victoria
I.«ns« n)«r), Ruser. N«w-York (oa \\*%t Intua
lrir\L tvtnlnn. 820 Mat imx^imSS
MAUDE ADAMS j T a ['jgpft
SAVOY THEATRE. 34th n« r kIT~^
MRS. LEFFINGWELI/S BOOTS
AfOL-STfS THOMAB3 GREATEST COSIEDT
CRITERION* theatre. «4th »t.~*lr^rr~
FR.ANCIS WILSON gg«
G ARRICK ][™^CtAws
ARNOLD DALY jgggj
»l€_B«_ioc_UU_ Broad-., '»"»»__.
L*« -.>,* Ev-n.n,,. 8.13 Mat sa' "«?*•
M*tla-« Tn-tUjr »t 2. TWELFTH NIGWT. .
VIOLA ALLEN w_*A_?FV_
J*fiif n«« Monday-Tick*- Bale Thur«J« 7 V l^
E. b. WUlard In Wilson Btrr>!t'i LCCKY Dtßn\j?"
Thur». Special Mat. Cousin K*t« ana Carroti!
LYrF I] V Broadway and 43th at. Evj* B:ai
U I ULUiT. Mating Satur-iay. 2:14.'
(HARUM WTNDHA.It. THE CASE O»
MARY JIOOKE. 1 REBEIXIOCS SC3AJ
nAI V C Broadway * SOth. B*STI
UAL I O Matin** Satur>Uy at 21^* l
| "•Scored th« bl**e«t pinna
i of the «ea»on."— HeraiL
QKOROE ET>WARDE3- London Com May
THE DUCHESS OF DANTZI9
METROFOIJTAX OPEBA HOCSZ.
Gnutd Opera «lg_s— i 1904-1905.
t-'nder th« direction of Mr. Hatnrich Conrt«d.
Thl» EvenlnsT. at — I.A TRAVIATA. 9«aAit_.
Jaeoby. Bau<»rm*lst«r: Caruso. Scott], B_ts/b__»
Giordanl. Conductor. Viena. «I«*
Thurs. Evf., Jan. l»tn. at 7:30 — SIEGFRIEa, H_-
K«r-Battaque. Hom»r. Lemon; Knot*. Van Rooy aomT
Relsa. Bias*. Conductor. Herts ' v *""*'
• Frl. Ev*.. Jan. 20th. at I — ROMEO _J_Q jr_l_T
*Bmma Eamn: Sa>»a. Plancon. Journet. Bars. JP_>Z_°
MUhlmann. Conductor. Franko. * *wia.
Sat-Aft .Jan.2l.at 2—1..\2 — 1..\ OIOCOXDA. N<ir«!ea.HMn..
Walker. Caruso. Plancon. Giraldonl. Cond'r Vi_mT^^
Sat. Evj.. Jan. 11. at ». Pop. — LrrriA. L.
brlch. Bauermelster; Olppel. Journet. P_rvt_, Ea^i
Conductor, Vijna. ' "**"■
Sun. Evj.. Jan. 21. at *:3i. Pop. Price*.
Soloi»ti: N'ordlem. Walker: Dlpp«;. Ptaacwj. Tnlin
Met. Opera Chorus and Or<-h<-stra. Cond'r. vi__.
Mon. Evg-. Jan 2J. at — LOHENGRIN _ta__k
Eames. Walker; Knot#. Gorttz, Blass. MilSiraa-n. (•».
ductor. Herts. B "
Wed. Evg.. Jan. 25. at VEI9T»JM«s*__.
Ackte. Homer: Knote, Van Hooy. Blass. Goritx, BL»!_.
MUhlmaan Conductor. Herts.
Thars. Evj, Jan. 19. at 7:10 — GO ETTERDAS3CT''
RTN'O Nnrdlca, Walker. A!t»n. Homer. Weed; Bat.
■taller. Blass. MUhlmann. Conductor. Herts.
Frl. Ev».. Jan 27. at — CM BALLO IN M A3f"H__A.
Emma Eames. Alten. Kcmer; Carus>. Scottl. Plaacoa.
Journet Conductor. V!fn*
Sale- of seats for neit week's performances b*__s
TO-MORROW. THURSDAY. AT » A M.
Extra Matinee Cycle of Richard W&faer*e
Der Ring dcs Nibelungerv
on the Followln* FOUR AFTERNOOX9:
Thur«.. Feb. 2. at 2:3i1 DA."* RHJEIXGGLD
Thurs . Feb. 9. at 1:30. ..> DIE WAXKXE-E
Wedy. Feb. 15. at 1:30 SIEGFRIED
Thurs.. Feb. 23. at 1 31 . GOETTERD.V£.MMERV>T,
Seats for the entire cy le (•» Perf. t at REDCCED
PRICES are NOW OX SALE. Prices: Orch. .* Oroa.
Circle. 115; Dress Circle. 19: Bale, front. J7.50: Bsie.
rear. *«; Fam. Clr.. »5.
WIBER PIANO USED.
— — — — —^— — — —^^— — — — — — ,
IRVLNG PLACE THEATRE. To-n!jht. It*.
Bars««en aa "M»s__," Tharsday. Wald«- in "Tr»u
mulus." Friday. Barsescu as "Sappho."
IUIDJ rUI E' 9 -. 8:1^ Mal To-day * Sat.. M» I
nanLLm ♦♦ ♦ all star cast. ♦♦♦ I
253£ ITHE TWO ORPHANS
xx ce t k The GOUMTY CHAIHMUi T^^. \
¥ VOIP <3d - West of B'way. Bvenlsss, 1:15.
Xj I X\l X* Mats. Tv^da» _ sat 7 2:13.
— De AH6ELIS in FANTANA
CASINO. B'wiy * *»th .St Only Matinee Saturday
LILLIAN RUSSELL .
PRINCESS. B --wmy ft 29th. B»s. B:3<X Mat. I*>-mor-a-
EDWARD TERRY 'LJVKS,,
W_U_«ll'-Bway-30tbA|IA_AII__l X Uit
Evgs.. 8:20. Mats __|11J a llL *
To-day & Sat. WllW Ullll Nljim
Tuesday, j RAYMOND HITCHCOCK [ Seats
Jan. 24. I In The Tankea Consul. | Selling
Garden. 27th. M*d- A-». B»n. 8:20. >fat. To-d.ir.
as a c^u^tV£ college widow 1
Mats. To-day & Eat. I II U HI Ii 1 UUIfI ji I
LIBEBTT. 43 St.. West of B'way. Eve. »10
c^tW THE faOHEY MAKERS fe
YORK. B'wayft4SthSt. Price* 23. SO 73*11.0*
LAST WEEK. HOMF Pfll V<Z Hat- To^ay
JOSEPH BROOKS' IltliMC TULKo tJ**'
Next Monday. OEO. M. COHAX. Two w->kV only.
If6™Af\ S" Vf ' CARNEGIE HALT.
If kl"%Bi W j MATINEB SAT. 3:39.
■ LUUL I I THE MARVKLL
M B V.jr vi, jgga a i YOUNG VlOtl^ST
SAT. 2:30. SEATS AT HALL. HOTELS,
! AGENCIES. ETC.
"Truly astonishing, almost lnore«1lble. thoroujMj
musical. "--Times. Pantal Frohman. Manager „«?■
JMI!SrrSsSJ M l!SrrSsSf c i BABES in TOYLii
| N««it Tv«». — BVSTER BROWN. Seats now oa M>
ttJCQT riffi PIXLFY-I.rr>ERS Coralo Opera. Mat
nLuILnU THE BCRGOMABTER. -T^jsy.
AMFCITAN Ev«,BU3. Mat. To-day. 25 AWe
42 st. * *th ay. Jie, nlm <v l K . nAWrodse
nAinHICnO I tin 0 EBUrely new Vaudevlßs *eh w«*t
B| I g\ I I Evsm. 8:13. Mat. a_». 2
I J KJ LI DAVrD DELASfO Presssu
W ARFIELD Mrs £ t^t-«
ClDf*l C B'way and SOth Mat*. Pi!!y. 25c.
llluLC VIJJEKT < HEVAMER,
i*ha». T. Aldrich. Mr. _ Mr-. Mdney
Dr»w _t C«.. 1 Metxettla, Wilton Bro».
Bnycter & Buckley. Smith jlc Campbell. •**•
Adn - MADISON SQUARE OARDEN **»•
50c Jan. 14 to 21, 10 A. M. to H P.M. 51c
MRS. FISKE KLESCHNA
•^ffsrarWw.?* I second GON6EHI
NeitTh cfl y M'" B30 'i oF OLD MUSIC
CPAW?n'Q fißrtrudß *V **
I llrllf 5 . Pitson*. **T ProadwaT-
nrs icpn THEATRE. «d Ht. c*..«. M:«t.*«-.J-
D-LAOtU DAVID BKIAM.
LESLIE CAR.TER ln th C D^ rur
i evi rin nc theatre. <?<i »t.. r«.t. n>- * i »•»
.S. F ili?^ IT HAPPENED IN HO3DUJID
Broadway Tl^: # ~ 9 *i!
5i,,,,! nrMh Fritzi Scheff F -_*w-
MrM»K.I>M)HNHAII. ThU f\V P A \ iff it i
VIOIJN WKCIT— L, *"Is> AIL «» "
SEATS, |1. 11.50. AT UITSorCS. S*7 BROADWAT.
tCARNCUIE IIALI, TO-XK.IIT AT 9:t*
"" SAMAROFF ™>«~
t»I»t«dSTHE N V SYMPHONY ORI'HESTRA
by iWAITEK P.VMROSCH Conductor.
Seat* SI. $l.»e. at Wti . ■< UMI Boi '«c»
THE CHARITY BALL
FOR THE,NVRSERY AND CtTTtDa HOSFITAI*
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