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SDI CAPTAOS MOVED.
HODGINS To TENDERLOIN.
O'Brien Back at Old Post 'After
Police Shake-up.
Police Commissioner Blngham yesterday af
ternoon roused the department by announcing
a new batch of transfers.
Captain Stephen O'Brien, of the Tenderloin,
sometime of the Detractive Bureau, before that
head of the MeAdoo traffic squad, was pent
bark to Dm I>»onard-st- station, which he com
manded before Commissioner MeAdoo put him
lit the head of the traffic squad He Is »ald to
l>e practically broken hearted at the transfer,
r.s he contidently expected to po back to the
command of the traffic squad when the time
came for him to leave the Tenderloin.
• ■}■"■ •!• the pood of the service." ■ phrase em
ployed frequently by his predecessor, was the
Commissioner's excuse for the transfers. Cap
tain O'nrlcn has a twenty-day leave of absence
from the department, and It Is likely by that
time he will have made up his mind to pa be
fore the Board of Police Surgeons and ask to be
retired. At least this was the rumor about
Headquarters.
Captain William Hodglns. of th* Mereer-st.
nation, was ■"* to the Tenderloin. Captain
Hod&lns v. as for a lonp time at the Oak-st.
Flat lon. and has a good record. He closed Pater
DeLacy's poolroom, and for that and other pood
service was transferred by ex-Commissioner
MeAdoo to th*> Mercer-st. command, which was
regarded ac a promotion. Here he broke up tho
'notorious Paul Kelly gang and closed Kelly's
saloon.
The full list of transfers follows:
Car-tain \VJt.t.IAM RODGOTfI. from the Mer'fr-Bt. fta
tlf-n to the Wr-nt 3Oth-pt. station.
'Captain FTHPHEN' OPHIEN. from the "West 3Oth-»t.
etaticn to the I>^»nrj<i-tt. ■tttiow.
Car-tain JOHN' VT. O'CONNOR, from th* L*nnsnJ-»t. sta
tion to Brooklyn, w!w» ho will net as a tin* lns-r^ctcr
of the Eleventh In6)xrt>«.n Dtotrlet.
Captain TATRICK J. HARK3K«. who ha* K*n acting
int-r-^rtiT «>? the Eleventh Insx^ctlon I>!sirlct. to the
Cuney It-land wta-tlon.
Captain DAVID EVAN! 5 , from the <"-'r If.and etatlon
to th© Vt I'ark ■.:■• ■■-, Brooklyn.
C*r'a!n SCOBS C BTEPHESfSOS. from the Grand Cen
tral nation to tho Merrer-et. ftati'in.
"Carta!n JEFITIItSON . r.\\. of the Hr» m Park eta
tlon. retired hi !.!• own r*<jue«t.
Cnptsln O'Connor Is on th*» <»ll^ll>le list for
lnFf>ector. There Is one vacancy, caused by the
recent retirement of Inspector Brooks. During
.the last administration Captain O'Connor was
•apparently under a cloud with the Commission
er, for he was lapsed over. It Is thought he will
.coon be appointed Inspector. Captain John T.
'Stephenson. who leaves "■'' "penitent iary." as
the Grand Central station is known In the de
partment, was formerly In the East SSth-st.
Eta-tlon. He was transferred from that ptation
ito 41'd-Ft. because he failed to close up the
poolrooms la his preclnrt. He has been twice
dismissed from the force and each time has
been relr.staU-d by the courts.
Commissioner Ring-ham said yesterday that
lie will transfer about three hundred men. non-
Ftationod alnriK piers on the river and harbor
fronts, to look after 'raffle, to do regular police
duty. The Commissioner has advised the oc
cupants of these piers that they must look after
traffic there hereafter.
By this schom« and others Commissioner
]•,;: l! -i pays he expects to restore fully four
hundred patrolmen to regular station duty by
March 1. Ha will pet about forty patrolmen
for othf-r precincts by the abolition of the
Grand Central station CTwenty-third precinct),
which takfs <-ffect March 1.
Sergeant William W. Sullivan, of the Grand
Ccntr::l police station, has boen ordered by
Commissioner Binpham to act as captain of th«
precinct until the station Is abolished.
r.VAWOHW iroMAX KILLED
Police Think She Fell from Train
War Ossining.
The body of an ■■known man was found
yesterday n«ar the New-York Central liailroad
tracks, about . r »<H> feet below the Ossining sta
tic:!. Th<- head had b«en severed from the body,
l>ut otherwise tho body was not mutilated. It Is
believed that the woman was struck by a late
freight train the night he-tore.
Tho woman was thirty-five years old. five and
one-half feet tall and weighed about 190 pounds.
Her ■*■*» t<*-th. except two, were gold crowned.
Fh* wore two rinps, one with a p*>arl and the
ctht-r with five sapphires surrounded by dia
snond chips. Her clothing was of good material.
Fhe wore a gray Ekirt and gray waist, a fur
stole and a black hat trimmed with black and
white feslhera.
The polios believe that she M] from a passing
train, as the had no coat, glove*, pocketbook or
handbag. They think the may have been paw.
.ir.g from one car to another anu have fallen be
itween the cars. The Central wlil be asked in
the morning If '■•'■>■ i rakenaa turned In such
iirtlclcs as the woman might be expected to have
£30.
MYSTERIOUS $5,000,000 LAWSUIT.
[Py Telegraph to Tti« Tr!by:;« 1
Chlrapo. Feb. n.— A suit for 8.000/KO against a
railway' company, in which the identity of the de
fendant and the object of the suit are mysteries
VBB began to-<lay l, y Vmilain H. Condon. The
i'"T Ti^Vi'" 6 "'" 11 Hallway Is the defendant
?S"s tJdilculV, J i; e 8^ cori>oratlon ' and Condon
• LAWYER HEIR OF ECCENTRIC WOMAN.
lEr TeU-grarU to DM Trtbur.* 1
Worcester. Muf * .. Feb. a— The will of Mrs. Mary
A. Bastf&A, the eocentrie M Toman found dead
rccfntiy in her benM in Warren, makes Kdwln D.
a New- York lawyer, sole i.. ( ..,t... of the
; n * !*« mm SSL* to her
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
■ mmtm to inv.stom
j •
A rnnfercne*. on the Klsbfrp Transit bill will be
WM und^r tho nnepleea of the People's Institute
to-morrow night, at Cooler Union. wroraie
■ Slock r>urlt was committed to th« Tombs yester
day t,y Juetlr*- MrAvoy in <1« fault of H.OOO t.all on
a cl»:u<?e of atton,pu-<! br!b*Ty. The complainants
M* PSw?-t D^ vl! ? and Boatir. who said that
ijork r.fTer»-d them mo:]fy on condition that
th.y permit his cousin. Loul Yunp. on-» of the prt»
oi.ts caught In !ait Saturday's raid, to ticape
Two nl!eg»d safebreaker« were remanded to the
TVir.lii yesterday In default of $2,000 ball until offl-
V.V l in.-n7l™ Tl™'™ CtloUt and Verniont M. boom here
Dr. rharl^B McDonald «•«« found dead yesterday
r.t ].:„ l.ot^o. No. 2^3 East llth-st. Dr. McDonald
r-at clt.lAy-.,n" years old. nnd is sa!d to have Mmd
in thf rivil War on the Conftdcrate sid" '
A r-rfornanro win t« K lven at the New- York
. ...a?."- m Tuesday afternoon for the benefit of the
•» X A ■
»..«* c.«-- « r. j.k^t.l.t i>ay.
nrr.ll BtrtcOocStn. of No. 8.950 Park-aye.. as yes
terday bda c:lir.!r.a:J7 Hitle for the death of
C * or *° XupMit. sir ■«■ old. of No. €70 East 17? t
h*?., vJ:o was decapitated by un «-!«A-atcr on Feb
iTha K^praJusaeßt of the estate of Itob*rt T
P.icr.ar£ T. G:«^ao an<! 1,. IJarton Case l»w. been
*.p:.clr.t«3 tMmgtUm to roprtsent tho West SM- 110
55™"" P°* •'- *• *.v0r..l nUooal oonfcrfnre
HOT BISCUIT and
cakes made with
Royal Baking Pow
der are anti-dys
peptic. You can eat
them with impunity.
PATRICK COUNSEL UP.
FEW REPLIES OBTAINED.
F. B. House Excused on Olcott's
Objections.
Frederick R. House, formerly counsel for Al
bert T. Patrick, was called to the stand by the
prosecution at the hearing of the motion for a
new trial before Recorder Goff in General Ses
sions yesterday. Contrary to the general ex
pectation, Patrick was not brought down from
Sing Sing. Recorder Goff was still In doubt
yesterday morning as to whether he had the
legal right to issue an order for Patrick's pro
duction, and deferred his decision on the mat
ter. It was said that Patrick, being a con
demned man. would be within his rights in re
fusing to appear if he saw fit to do so. At the
afternoon session it was announced that Dis
trict Attorney Jerome had withdrawn his re
quest for the production of Patrick in court.
Recorder Goff s»aid the matter went back to the
original suggestion of Mr. Jerome, that Mr. Ol
cott. nil ill 1 for Patrick, go to Ping Sing and
see whether his client was prepared to waive
his privilege in the examination of Mr. House.
Mr. Olcott said he would make no" statement as
to what he would do.
The first question asked Mr. House by the
prosecution was whether he knew Charles F.
Jones, to which he replied In the affirmative.
Continuing. Mr. Jerome asked the witness to
Rive the conversation he had with Jones and
Patrick in October. 1000. Mr. Olcott strongly
objected, saying that Jones, at the time, was a
client of Mr. House, and that Jones had not
waived the professional privilege. Mr. Olcott
said further that it was a violation of the State
and federal consitutlons and of the Fourteenth
Amendment, prejudicial to Patrick's case. Re
corder Guff anally ruled the question out of
order, although Mr. Jerome argued that Jones
had already testified at his trial before the Re
corder as to the conversation, and that was. In
effect, a waiver of privilege.
Continuing, Mr. Jerome asked:
Q.— Did you have more than one conversation
with Jones? A.— Yes. I had a great many of them.
C}.— Did they relate to the death of William M.
Rice? A.— No. not all of them.
Q.— Did you have a talk with Albert T. Patrick?
A.— YeF, sir.
Q.— Did you hear Charles F. Jones talk In the
presence of Patrick? A.— Yes. sir.
<j.— Did you hear Jones talk in the presence of
Patrick on October 26, r.«"?
Mr. Olcott objected to the question, but Mr.
House was allowed to answer. He said he
thought It was about that time. Several more
questions were asked. Mr. Olcott objecting to
each and the Recorder generally supporting him.
Mr. Jerome asked Mr. House if Jones had told
him that he had killed William M. Rice by
chloroform In the presence of Patrick.
Mr. Olcott objected to this question quickly.
Recorder Goff said that if others besides the
counsel and his two clients had been present he
might be allowed to testify as to the conversa
tion. He said the question was one which had
not been decided. It was a grave matter, he
said, and he would have to sustain the objection.
Mr. House was then excused, subject to recall
on Monday.
District Attorney Jerome continued his exam
ination of the Texans who have been brought
hero to testify that they heard Jones say he had
perjured himself at the last trial in his testi
mony against Patrick. Robert Lee was again
called to the stand. His answers were vague,
and Mr. Jerome found it hard to get a direct
reply from him. His memory was poor when
examined by the prosecution, but seemed per
fectly sound when he was plied with questions
by Mr. Olcott.
Miss Minnie Gaillard. the only woman witness
In the delegation from Texas, who said she was
a school teacher, was not sworn on the Bible
when she took the witness stand.
"Would you object to be sworn on the Bible?"
asked Mr. Jerome.
"Why, certainly not." replied the witness. She
was then resworn.
She said she saw Jones in Texas twice In
lf*>3. once in 1004 and three times in 1005. She
met him at a picnic at La Porte on June 27, 1903.
He was sitting at a table with three of his
friends, she said.
"Did you introduce Jones to your friends?"
asked Mr. Jerome.
"Yes, I did afterward. He came over end
shook hands with me."
"Did you introduce this cowardly murderer to
your friends?"
"I did not believe he was a murderer."
"What did you think he was. a perjurer?"
"No, I didn't think he was either. I thought
he had been Influenced by pome one."
Fhe said It was while Jones was sitting at the
table with his friends that she overheard him
pay that he "had lied to beat the band on Pat
rick." She heard him boast, she said, how he
had fooled every one and say that neither he
nor Patrick had killed Rice, but that he had
turned State's evidence to save himself.
WILL GIVE DUEL A HEARING.
Bar Grievance Committee So Decides in
Secret Session, It Is Said.
Six members of the grievance committee of the
Bar Association met in secret session fur three
hours yesterday. Howard Townsend presiding, to
decide, it is said, on the course to l>e taken In
the case of Judge Dead, whose resignation from
the association, it is understood, has been asked.
While none of the member* of the grievance
committee would say, after the meeting:, what
had been done, it was learned that Justice Deuel
will not be expelled without a hearing. Th.>
members of the grievance committee are How
ard Townsend. chairman; Frederic li. CouderL
GherardJ Davis, Julius J. Frank. Henry It. Hoyt,
Charles F. Mathewson. Lucien Oudln Eugene
P. Philbin and Arthur H. Marten. The three
last named were not present.
WEST SIDE CLUB NOMINATIONS.
The committee on nominations of the West Side
Republican Club has posted the nominations for
officers and members at committees for the annual
election, which takes place Best month. Elector M.
Hltchines. candidate for president, led the light two
years ago against Abraham Gruber, leaner of the
21st District. The nominations follow:
President. Hertor M. Hitchlnga; first vice-preM
?."«!• {»vis Kunk.-l: second vice-president. Hairy
<-. Senior; third i'lo*-pr«ild«Dt, William M. Bonnet;
treasurer. Austin M. Slaiuon; corresponding Mere
lury, John tsirman; recording secretary. L, Har
tO!i Case; executive commltt©*-, '"lass 1910 C N
Bor«e. j,- . WlllUnj B. Fuller. 11. W. Mack, William
11. J rat ton and L. M. Stanton: member of executive
committee. Class 190s. vice J. Van Vechten Olcott. re
ejsn^. William H. Douglas; committee on admls-
Plurs, VVilsoa i: Uric-. \V. N. Buraiel. Charles H
,vi, v i, d> il -n ■ n Norrl8 ' w >; Phyfe, James M. Ben-
S Whit ' id' Seymour. Russel ' C. Tllden and Joseph
S. \\ hltt-side.
CAT SCRATCH CAUSES DEATH.
lOy Telecaph to The Tribune. 1
Dubois. Perm.. Feb. !1.-Jamt» Hed&dand died at
hla home at llcdir Run. near here. yesterday from
Wood M 0M 0 - r 'l ni V" reault of a »crotch from a pet
cnt. Mr. iietfgeland wn 9 a well known lumberman.
ROOT BUYS HAMILTON COLLEGE RESORT.
Utica. X. V. Feb. Li - -Mm*" K«-lley 8 tor«
ai>J home, at Clinton, for thirty years a favorlto
r**ort for students of Hamilton College, ha* been
l.i-r. huFou by Secretary of Stato KHhu noot. Tho
OtVa Hocl dj '"" tbe hoiue Of hU brother. Prof . or
NEW-YOBK DAILY TRIBUNE. THUBSPAY. FEBBUAHY 22^100fi.
Parasols— Complete & Exclusive Lines ,
of Hand Embroidered Lingerie and Linon, v Pompadour
Silks and the New Striped Effects.
■.To-morrow, Exceptional Values.
Extra quality Taffeta Silk, with English Club Handles, $~) QIZ
coveis to match, also Tucked Designs in the latest colorings, J*tV\J
PompaJour Silks Pierced Linons §3"7 fT /I AC
and Embroidered Designs, O)»ii.' 5 nr.V^
THE ABOVE ARE SUITABLE FOR FAVORS & BRIDGE PRIZES. ; ,
are being shown, embodying the latent Parisian
ideas, Including the long round waist effect,
for the Princess and more closely fitting gowns
now in vogue, made of choice materials, with
jarretelles attached.
fiigh Class Dress Trimmings
At About One- Hal? Regular Value,
White and Gold and Colored Appliques, Gold, Silver and Opal
Spangle Trimmings, Colored Tinsel and Silk Cord Effects, Black
and White Taffeta Eyelet Embroidery,
at S8 C , 95 C & Yard.
Value $1.00, 2.00 & 5.00 Yard.
To-morrow, at Special Prices
Lambs Wool and Cotton
Comfortables (For Double Beds)
Figured Silkoline, silk tufting, «;,-% - p.
wool filled, cotton film interlining, at <«• Hl/
Fancy Mousseline, extra wide silk .- q_
borders, silk tufting, cotton filled, •• <s3o OO
Figured Silk Centre, Best quality, Q AS
plain silk back and border, wool filled, " O»0£)
And in addition a purchase of
Steamer Rugs . $-> n q A X „ nc , __ n
in tartan and fancy plaids, i»VO, 4 9^O 9 OaVO, 7»OU
1
COSTS C
Murphy Gets This Yearly for Piers
Rented to Him 'for $4JSOO.
The Citizens Union's new bureau of city bet
terment published a statement yesterday charg
ing that the Street Cleaning Department has
paid the New-York Contracting and Trucking
Company $10,472 4S for one year's use, of dump-
Ing boards for which the company pays the city
only $4, NX) a year.
Thr<'e or four years ago Th« Tribune made
disclosures concerning the administration of tho
Dock Department undi-r Mayor Van Wyek aiiJ
J. Serjeant Cram, while Charles P. Murphy wus
treasurer of the board, which brought about tho
Indictment of people In the Murphy contracting
firm. After a fight In the courts the indictments
were quashed. It was charged at that time that
the Murphy-Gaff n»y combination was making
large profits because of the ability of the firm to
get favors from the Dock Department. Within
the last three months It has been proved that
Charles F. Murphy Is the indorser of the Mur
phy-Gaffney company's notes to the amount of
1190.000.
The Citizens Union now finds that the Street
Cleaning Department has been paying large
sums to the Murphy-Caff company for the
use of piers rented to the Murphy interests at
absurdly low rates. This 1b the way the Murphy
company has been petting city money:
RECEIVED FROM CITY.
For <lumrtn* ashes at "Whet $14,143 fIS
For dumping ashes at OOth-Bt 2.326 80
Total f 10,472 »■
PAID TO THE CITY.
R<nta! of 79th-st. pfer $1.2^0
Rental of OOth-st. pier S.OOO
4. si VI no
Murphy profits $11,072 4S
The Murphy company is not the only firm re
celving liberal tolls from the city for the use Df
dumping boards that the Dock Commissioner
has allowed to pass out of the city's control.
Here are others:
Mm. Theresa A. S. Sheridan 112,227 88
Martin If. H<>a!y 12.4*9 •..;<
>loraco S. Potter «.2M>i>4
J. O. Mulligan 1.09800
Hanker Contracting Company till* 80
Drown & Fleming C6O 20
A 11.-Hastorf :>--'»
John Fleming 22S 0)
The Citizens Union says that the dumping of
ashes at the dumping boards controlled by the
Murphy-Gaffney combination and by Mrs. Sher
idan is In violation of law forbidding the dump-
Ing of garbage, ashes or refuse on the water
front of any public park above SOth-st. The
West End Association, composed of taxpayers,
asserts that under the statute of 1893 the park
waterfront cannot be used for dumping ashes
above i>9th-st. The Law Department, on the
contrary, holds that the waterfront at 70tb,
00th and 97th ets. Is not within the domain of
Riverside Park, but comes under the supervision
of the Department of Docks and Ferries. This
lew of the situation enables the New-York
Contracting and Trucking Company to work
three North River dumping boards at great
profit.
MAY ROOF JEROME PARK RESERVOIR
Controller, as Protest Against Delaying
Work, Presses Resolution of Inquiry.
The Aqueduct Commission adopted a resolution at
Its meeting yesterday calling upon the chief en
ntneer to report within thirty days the cost of
roofing the Jerome Park reservoir. Controller M. t s
push*"! the resolution am a protest, ho said, egalnst
the attitude of the Aqueduct Commission In stop
ping all work on the east end of the reservoir
ponding a decision as to the establishment of a
storage place for the altered Croton water. -at
resolution Fayt»:
Resolved, That In view of the possible future
nitration of Croton water, which, would properly
require the roofltig of soir.o d'.stributlnß reservoirs
th<> chief engineer Is hereby Instructed to report to
this commission on or before March SO l'«>: w ii,.
lull detailed studies of column toottns-a and wall
supports to carry euch roof construction a ■■■•'
elm most readily adaptable to the Jerome Park
reservoir plans as now contracted fur and that
such designs shall embody no changes from existing
plans -not absolutely imperative to insure econom
ical construction. " . "
Mr. Mat* said ho objected to the waste of timo
that the stoppage of the work at the reservoir had
caused None of the other members of tl c commi.
•ion had any objections to the resolution , and^twiK
adopted unanimously. The regular routine calendar
SStfi^g Cf aml lhe btlU for ! "«'»tmomh
...... • -; . \ #
Stem Brothers
Classique Corsets-Sgjgg m °<^
West Twenty-third Street
'TV $16A72.
MOTHER DEAD, BOY DVIXG
Wood 'Alcohol Blamed for Both —
Girl Found Body.
The police of Yonkers yesterday Investigated
into the death of Mrs. Anna Lucas, who was
found dead in bed at her home. No. 100 River
dale-av*., that city, early in the morning by her
twelve-year-old daughter. A bottle of wood al
cohol was found by the side of the bed, and
her death is attributed to that drug. Mrs.
Lucas's two-year-old son is now said to be
dying at St. John's Hospital from wood alcohol
poisoning.
Mr. Lucas stayed up al! nw;ht t<> attend the
llttlo one. His wife and daughter occupied me
of the bedrooms. Karly in the morning the
<\: tighter calli 6 her father's attention to her
rribther. He found that she bad bien dead t<>r
time. There was evidence of convulsions.
Dr. James T. Gibson was called and pronounced
the woman dead.
The detective bureau tried to learn where the
wood alcohol was purchased, but the bottle bore
no label, anil they found no other clew.
STAGE OFFER FOR HARVARD MASCOT.
[By T.-legraph to The Tribune.]
< s a'mr>ridge, Mass.. Feb. 21.— "John the Orange
man." Harvard's well known mascot, has Just
received an offer to gro on the stage with Henry
Miller in the tatter's production <f "Brown of
Harvard," in which Harry Woodrufl and two
other Harvard men will have parts. John i 3
t_-;-wr to accept the offer, but his daughter will
not allow it. as h,- is to,, old and feeble.
POSTPONES BALLOON ASCENSION.
Charles Loree was obliged by the unpleasant
weather '<> abandon his plan f"r v balluon asuen-
Blon at Tuxedo to-, lay.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise 6:49 Bur mm s:4l|Moon rters G:27;ilaon - „ age 2*
HIGH water.
A M.— Sandy IWk 6:SU,Gov. Island 7 £5 1 He'll Gate 0:13
P. M.—bandy Hook r:3T|G<wr, Island «:(X)|Hell Gate »•£!
Th« Furnesila r --ported, yesterday by wireless, will
dock to-day about 8:30 a. m.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. I mei ne
HellUOlav Chrlstlansand. February 10. Bcand \m
•Carpathla Gibraltar. February 11 ..... . . Cun'ard
' '"•■ |tc ' Naples, February 10... . White Star
•Furnewla .. ClaWvr. February 1ii . ... ... .Anchor
*'„'"' r 'V LlverpooL February 14... White Star
V <■"■"•■ Naples. February [] La Veloee
-■ ■*■ ' : " Palermo^ February. 4.. \nchor
Proteus ■ .ii;..:: New-Orleans. February 17. i: Morgan
Karl of Dcuelaa....C..as ClJ w, February N —
pr*-»tou Bremen, February lo'.V. '.'.'.' ' v c I iovd
PtaS?" • .•.•.■"■. ■ Uv.rpoo.. February "•" • •■ •• White s.a?
t', f I ,'i.-, V.. .(•ltirnltar February 17... .T wed. rf f\»
Brtttah ln '-' Antwerp.- February 10.. i WnK
Consuelo Hun. February O. \vn" m
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»- omttl eston. February W.....".V.MaJ10ry
FRIDAY. FKIIHUAUT 23.
•ramatenw .Para, February 11 r.ooth
.v i«;.
Indiana Naples. February : arj 2- _!i_
Nil les, Fkbruari 7
n. Febnlary IT.'.V.V.'. M
LI Var Oalveaton February 17 Morgan
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24
•Campania U>Mrpool. February it Canard
• - ?£•• a r; b^" ;;;;A; SH
•i'Hns. Wlllen. 111. . Haul. February 17 f. r tl. Cl {
;,
Mtnnehaha London February r J^^AV 1 -nu;.^ni
I F« I ruary io
Arapahn* . . ... . ta. k*.nv!lle. February ii ,lvl^, lv1^
ulrl ¥!X'-- ■ H^von^V T tinm °' - l - • " ' -Savannah
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 25
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Qretavals '.hleldi. February 10 Uoyd
Italla ... . Gibraltar, February ■ 1h;.::;; "Anchor
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 20.
•Finland Antwerp, February 17. . ne.l Ktar
• -:;, Rotterdam. Februar,- 17. . iiolUnd-Am
•Prtaien Irene... GtbraUur. February 17 vr - . . i
Otyof 01,,u,v5te,..M. MKho.K FrtruarV u/. °
im v-° f C°lUm!C ° IUm! " 1£ - S;lvilnna "- t'elTuary &.; Savannah
- N : orte , Qalvestc n. February 20 \",rKan
110 New-Orlenns. February "i.V;: .M^S
*lirlngs mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO LAV
El Bad. <.ialve«..n Morgan T^»»«»0|»»m
rrlnc«.»s Anne. Norfolk. Old Dominion". 8-rt.pm
FRIDAY. FEDRt'AHY 23.
* S .'A) d in
Registered
Trade Mark
i McCutcheon
I Waists.
; The models arc all exclusive, and
p the line includes:
5 Scotch Madras, $3.50, 4.00 & 4.50.
I Irish Dimity, $3.50.
j Pure Linen Lawn, $4.50, 6.00.
Medium weight Linen, $4 & 4.50.
I Pique, $3.75. Dotted Swiss, $5.00.
1 Butcher Linen, $3.50 and 4.00.
! Unmade Linen Waist Patterns,
$2.50 to $35.00.
Embroidered Linen Robes at
$10.00 each and upwards.
? "The Linen Store"
I James McCutcheon & Co.
j 14 WEST 23 D STREET.
Amusements.
CMpiJJFTIIKA.. Broadway & 40th t»t.
klTirillC Evgs. 8:20. Mats. To-day and Sat.. 2:15.
MAUDE ADAMS %£& a
PQITIDIfIU THEATKK. B way & 44th at Eve. 20.
UnllLniUn n Mats. To .la} and Sat. 2:15.
ETHEL BARRYMORE W&C:
Also PAKTA'LOOW. with Lionel Darry more.
UlinCnil THEATRE. 44'h St.. East of B'way.
nUUOUn Eves S:l5. Mats. To-day & Sat.. 2:15.
OTIS SKINNER %%V&tT
C A l/AVTHEATRK '«•«, * 34th St. Ergs. »:13.
OH I 111 Matlne«s To-rtav and Saturday. 2:15.
/"farce." 8 " MR. HOPKINSON
U£BAI n Cn THEA . H'way&3.Vh St. Evgs. 8:19.
IiCnALII OU ( Mats. To-aay and Sat.. 2:15.
GEO. M. COHAN WASHINGTON. jr.
ui;n.M-:>i>%\ mats, BEST seats si.so.
KNICKERBOCKER. Broadway and 33th at
Evonlncs R:l5. Matinees To-day and Sat. 215.
FRITZI SCHEFF "Ste,
LYCEUM B '-r;r.S :^,
THE LION — THE MOUSE &ST
TO-MOUROW. SPECIAL MATINEE AT 3.
YVETTE GUILBERT
SUNDAY NIGHT CONCEItT. 8:13.
rj A I "V*^' niEATRE - TVwav and »> h St.
*-""**-* >^Evgs S:2O. Mats. To-day 4 Sat.. 5:13.
111 111 WEKK (AND I AST BUT ONE) OF
ELLIS JEFFREYS s^-_
TUB rASCINATI.VO MX. VANDERVEI.DT.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 11 P. M.
MOTOR BOAT
AND
SPORTSMEN'S SHOW
EXHIBITS FROM MEXICO. MAINE VIR
GINIA. I.ONO ISLAND. &C. SPORTSMEN'S
CAMPS. LIVE GAME. MOTOR AND AUTO
BOATS IN OPERATION ON LAKE.
ADMISSION 50<-. CHILDREN tSe.
Unniru Evgs. 8:13. Mats. To-day and Sat . 2:15.
W*M WONDERLAND
Next ! It O Klt T LORAIXE In J Matln»<-s
Week i MA N AND SUPERMAN.! Wed. A Sat.
San Marcos. Mobil*. MullTy B:<V>pm
Cbmal. Brunswick. Mall tv 9:00 m
Monroe. Norfolk. Old I>wnlnlon 3:00 m
9ATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24.
/■-•'••'.. Antwerp. Bed Star 4:30 am 8:30 am
Vurnosaia. Glasgow, Anchor f»:3Oa m 12:00 m
Vinbria. Liverpool. 1-1 •■■;•-;. Cunanl. ll:3o a m 3:00 pro
St Paul, Southampton. American 6:o<> am o:3oam
Earbarossn. Naples. X « Lloyd B:3oam 11:00 am
Milton. Argentine. Lamp & Hell «:<»> a m 8:00 am
lVrmudt&n.'- Beraaoda Qu*l«ec 8:00 am 10:00 am
UaracalbQi Curar^a, H> d I> 8:30 a m 12:<»> m
Carolina. IVrto Rico. N V & PR t*-"<>am 12:t»>m
Monterey. Havana, Ward.. 10:00 a m l:«»»pm
Italian Prince. ArgmttM, Prince U:»*aai l:M)pm
AEtKhany, Jamaica, Hurt Am 11:30 am 2:oopm,
Graf IVaidcne«, Hamb.. ICamburg-Am ■ <J:»iu a ::.
Maln«". London. Atlantic ;
Huron. taonvllto, Clyde 3:oopm
M Blslo, Galveaton. Morean 3:oopm
El Mont* New-Orleans. Morgan 3^x»pm
CoivchO, <lalvf*ton. Mullory — — 3:i»>pm
JefT»rson. Norfolk^ • •:•! l»omlnlan . . . — : — 3:U>pm
TRANSPACIFIC HAILS.
For. Steamer. Clow In JJ T.
Hawaii. P I. etc — Dorle (via S F) Feb 22. 10:30 pm
FIJI Islands. Australia, Ao.-anjcl (via
Victoria) F*o2s. 6:00 m
Guam. I' I. etc — U s Transport (via 8 F).Feb US. 10:30 p m
New-Zealand, Saiwa, etc — Ventura (via
5 F» Mar 3.10:30pm
Hawaii. Japan, etc Manchuria (via S Mar 3. 10:30 p m
Tahiti an^i Marquesas— Marlp<iaa. (via S F)Mar 6. 10:30 p m
Japan. Cor—, etc — Empress of India (via
Victoria • Mar 14. 6:00 d m
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New-York, Wednesday, Feb. 21. 1906
ARRIVED.
Stoamer Zeeland (Dr.). Broomhead. Antwerp and Dover
February I<> to th« Red Star Line, with 170 cabin, an.i
] 4i». st<-.n,<*» passengers and mdse. Arrived at the Bar
at 1:1:54 a m. •
Strainer l;.nr.'i'i:in < I "-r >. f*ia— I, B»Trr;i.la February 19,
to A E Oaterbridaje A Co. with 134 passengers, mails and
m<Jse. Arrived at the Bar at > v i!:
Steamer Curttyba (Cuban), Wright. Gaitariaa February
C. Ulbara 12 ml NueviMs lrt. to W I> Munaon. with s»
cabin passengers and mdie. Arrived at the Bar at noon.
Steamer Ryndam (Dutch. Van >!-r Zee, Rotterdam Feb
ruary in anil >. ■!!.(;:■.• 11. to the Holland-America line,
with 171 cabin and -■ . -■ : tea passengers and nidw
Arrived at th« Bui at B a m.
Steamer Northman. Wilson. Port Arthur. Tex. February
12. to James W ElweU & •■••. with oil. hMMj in Sandy
Hook lit 4:1:; p m.
Steamer Concho, Staples. tJalveston February 14 via Key
West 17. lo C II .Mai! A Co. with passengers and mdse
Pans. t'i in Quarantine it «:R4 a m.
Steamer Apache. Staples. Jacksonville February IS. via
Charl— -t«.n 111. tc, •!,.■ Clyde ?. s Co.. with passengers and
merchandtae. Parsed In Quarantine at li»:41 a. m.
St«aii-.er Prtneesa Anne. Tapley. Newport News and
Norfolk, to " •■ Old Dominion steamship Company, with
p:^ sonars an merx-handb •■ Passed In Sandy Hook it
1:"7 p. m.
ytwujwr Luclfet ißr.), Prowse. Newport. En*.. February
4. to Philip Huprrcht. In ballast. Arrived at the liar
at l'>::'» a m.
Steamer rnhfll <ltr.». HU'k*m, I'erth Amboy to \V.-»-
Ml, Dura) a >'■• and J. II Winchester A Co. Passed in
Quarantine II 1:31 p ■
Steamer Maverick. H. .!•! towlnar barite P. O. Co No.
111, fr.mi Boaton, February 2". to the Standard 0 Com
pany, in balUiat. Passed Flr« Island a; 3 p. m.
>a:i.ly Hook, X j. K»b Si. <..:;!.> p m— Wind northwest
fresh breeze, rolnlns and thick.
SAILED.
■^ Steamer* Majestic ißr.) Uverpool: Stater.dam (Dutch).
Rotterdam via Rpulogne; :'l!->: 'l!->- (Nor.), ltaracoa- Y"in'irl
tNor>. Sana; K>-lviu g rove ,iir <. Rotterdam: Bantorc«
Fajar>l>>, EM lAust.i. Ca-^llarl and Trieste; Wray CastU
dir i. blngaDor*, H"ii^ Kong. Shanghai, etc.; Baker <O«r )
Tort Antonio, .ic. ; Pnltatlnla tHr .. Norfolk; Cowna!
New «irl-ar.s. '■'!'•'■ (Dan.). Copenhagen; Orereida
tlir). Grenada and Trinidad; Jamestown, Norfolk and
>..-«,>. News; Korona |Br.). St. Thomas, etc. and
Demerara; curanca, Havana an.i Mexican ports; Alamo
I-as^'TNorM^Jacksonvrr 810 "- ST ' S ° *"* r ™^
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Hamburg. F«b U bailed. »teamer Phoebus (G«r) Schler
borat, New-York. *
Antwerp Krb 20— Arrived, steamer Vaderland (Bets).
KholT. New- York via Dover; sailed, steamer British
Empire ' Br) I I • ••'-':. New-York.
notterdan, F«b 3>— Arrived, steamer Reliance (Br). Cand
livh. New-York.
Naples. Feh I 1I 1 * — Arrived, ateamem Brooklyn Swift New-
York via Fayal; '."Oth, Nord America (Ital). D* Bur-
II- rt, New-YiTk.
Oenoa. I •)■ l.i Sailed, steamer Slcllla iltali. Sartciio
New- York.
I'antii>-. Feb 17 — Arrived, steamer Paula (Cer). John
New-York. ■ • '
Wlllemstad. i-Vl. 2t — Arrived, steamer Prlnieaain Vto
torts Lutse Hi. i), llrunswlg. New-York via St Thoma*
etc ton cruise).
ltrow Head. Keb 21— Steamer Baltic (Br). Smith from
New- York for 'j nstttwa and Liverpool, report by
•Irel. i I.Kiapli i.». mile* »«t at 3:4i> ■, n Win
probably reach g«iiswwi« about lam Thursday '
steamer La Savole ,Kn Poirot. from New York for
Hivro, In .. .iikinunic itl.in by wtreleu telegraph
Uveriunil l.i. 21— Sailed, it«an»r Teut. (Br) Had
• l 'i k. New-York mi Queenstewn
Cherbourjr. rVb 21, D p m— Sailed, .teumrr Kaiser \VII^
r p,onrN < c. t^:k " ,rr, m i> ™" an d
TNuer Keh 22. 1 :3O a m— Arrived, steamer Pretoria
cV^ded. r.tt.r. N " w - Yc ' r,r Hamburg .an,, pr^
llrU Niw-Y.^k l ~ Arru-..i. • t - amer U>ll » nt y (Pr). Kin..
albr New-Yo rk h 21-Arrlved, sterner Athara (Dr). Dow,
Pertm 21— Pnaaed. steamer Hudson Aon, Burnett
Para. »V— Arrtved. steamer r.rtn«eni» »Hr) Tocau.
Amusements.
M KTRO POUTA\«PKII\II()Cs£ "* ' >i " > ~ N -
Thin Morning » Wanhinittr*!'.* Birthday > Mm.
11:30 A M— PARSIFAU Frematad; K>ir««tall'.V V s
Rooy. Hla«». Oortt*. Miihlmann. Cond. Uenz r »» a
• To-night at B—Si.'-.tai8 — Si.'-.tai Performance. La ' HfiU»-
Abott. Alt»n. Caruso. Srottl. Journ«-t. Parvl. P l 2
r>'ifrl'-h». Coml. Vt«na Price* Jl.Jft. $;. f5O ?i ■•'> 1 "t.
Frl. Ev^ . »>b. 23. at ":« «Dcmhl»> BtH»— •!*«•»•• •*■
un,| GRETEU Abarbanell. Alten. H'.m»r n>«i Ti'^i
CoikJ Franko. Followed by 11. DAKCIFn:R DI SIVIrT;' 1 -
Sfmbrlcb. B mermcUr^r, Dlpp«l. Campanart gj?*»\
■a**, r»ro)l. Cnnd. Vl^na. ' IIJUr s«,
Sat. Aft.. l>b. 21. at 2— AIDA. F?mm.-» Eamn \f a ,.
Caruao. I'ampanarl. Plancon. Mllhlmann. CaaJ vi' tfr;
Sat. E.r.. FeN. 21. pop. prtc««. at H— P.ir;o> B-i?*-
Abntt. Jicoby. IJauermeUtor: Wppel. Sccttl j,,,"0
il'lhlmann. li-'-gii?. Cond. Vlßna. ' '""«<.
Sun. Eve. Feb. 15. at «:30 fPopa! aP !>_,-„
r.»i\M> RirilAßO U\l.^^^• CONCERT. *Sfc»
Fr»m«- RappoUl. Jaooby: Knoto. Van Rooy r«T* :
Kntlr« Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. '"^n<l n<.r»V^*'-
Mmd Ev*. F»b ?*. at S — M \RTA. S»mbrlch W»iw
Cnru»o. I'!an«;on. Heaal Cond. Vi*na. * """^r;
Tu.-« r:v« KVb. 27. at «:»«— DAS RHKIXGOLD »__
tta'i H>m»T, \v»~: Alt<»n: FJur«r<ital!*r. Van Rr^ y ' **-
DJpp* 1 !. Wans, Journ.-t. !£*•!»•. Milhlmann. Ccn.l ii«.,^^
\V>d. Evr.. F»b. ':- at »— TANXIIAErSRri. ?!*
Earn»». Fr»mst.-»<t Alten: Knote. Van Rooy ji, l **
Rel»». MUhlmann. Cond. !T»rtz. cl *H
Frl. Ev»c.. Mar. S. at % — TOSCA. Emma Eames- m.
pel. Srr.fti. Rosul. Dufrfhe. Cond Vl^na. * OT > >
Next Week'n S«-at Sal^ n*sln« to-»lay. 1 1 v
•WEBER PfAXO USED.
hnlf a
century
IDUIUft '' THEATRE. To--tav MATINETTn
In Vln 13 Evfnln« and Frlrtav. ABARBAVriV
In th« Musical Com»dy * * KillTl-ri KIT Z •■
[NEW AMSTERDAM ' 7
( Evjrs. a' S:l5. Mat". TO-DAY. Sat. an-1 ».ti
XTI! M"l ll' MATINRR TO-I)\y
FAY TF.nPIXTHN In 1.1 I>K( SI. mil \v>a
FORTY-FiVE MINUTES FROM BROADWAY
BROADWAY™^
HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAT. ' " X
ELSIE JAMS TH B f LT Vi c^ R
With Barney Oldaeld'.i Automobile Rac» Seen*
LlOCn I lEvirs. VI- Maw. To-day * sat . i : ,
( LAST 3 I -I MI M MATINEE TO-DIT
1 TI.MFS. iGEOnr.K II rut k n :n ;. v r «IS
THE CLANSMAN r
Thursday. March 1 . .. THE KKl>»k:v
N C ¥7 I Un i\ Price* 25. SO. :>. and tt
Poo. M*t. W^fJ.. Ti. SO and 7Se. R»* Ma? Sat.
) EXTRA HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAT.
I™ ROGERS BROS. i IRELAND
Metropolitan Opera House
Gala Performance
March 15th
or
"Haensel and Gretel"
Selected by Mrs. THEODORE ROOSEVELT tat th«
benefit of the LEGAL AID SOCIETY.
Tickets obtainable to March 6th. from Mr? IXEX
KEN. at No. 31 W. IM Street.
PRINCESS ***~ h &&s&^*]>s»*
BROWN OF HAnVARD wIt VS-^
LYRIC '"»« El Mat. To-day
The B*st Comic MEX 1 CANA
Opera In Town. *" L» .A. 1 L A 11 A
piQliin ;; ' wa >" & 39th St. ! Extra -Matinee To-day.
UAOIiIU Evgs at S:l5. I 131 st Time To-nl^tit.
$1.00 Matinee 1 THE £„-! AND p;.| with EDDIE
Saturday. | tan THE bin my.
FIELDS 4 ;? St.. W. 01 Mats. TO-DAY. (Souvenlri
rILLUO of B'way. $1. NISIS. and Sat. iMarch!!
LOUIS MANN I CLARA LIPMIN bS.
Wallark's. By & 30th. Ev. 8:20. Sfata Wed A Sat..2:lS. '
: l at - WM.FAYERSHAH— THE SQUAW MAI
p.,J ai , Thoofro **•* and Ml! A "' -"■<" 8:1
UdlUCn inCailC Extra >Utln^r To-dar. 2:20.
HITCKC...;
\I>EMY OF MI'SXC, 14th St. and Irvln* P'.aoa
LAST WEEK
DAVID 8K1..A-r« Fr-*»nt3 MR3.
LESLIE CARTER - DrBVRBT ..
Matlners To-<lay and Sat.. i E.g. •..
Next Week — "THE HKART Of M.\ttrL.V>l>. -
RFII^RH |Ev. 8. Mats. T .--lay & Sat.. 2. I THE r.Htt
DCLfIOUJ i PAVn> BKL\SCO Frewou I OF THE
BLANCHE BATES in f
BIJOU B-way 3Ooth Time la Mats. To-iav vc Sat!
DAVID nELA*rO Presents. ?d year In >'. Y_
WARFIELO mcsic MA>m
MAJESTIC WILLIAHS *>«* •=«
lIIfIULOIIU Mat,. TO-&J
'OWPU' « * v ALKbK anct Sat.
IVFST F\n Extrn Mattn->» Tb-dar.
II l^w i BEUIM) THE MASK.
JOE WEBER'S -; Twirfdie-Tuaddla
Kvrr.tnfrs at 8:10. Matinees To-diy and i*ttt. »-li
OLOI ULfllO 01 Special Ladles' Mariners To-Jiy
CLOI OLfllO $| and all rutar« ilatlao-i
UlannuiXail and Saturday. MS.
w - x P^e v nrr XCI 3 THE TRIANGLE
Ofll nj^'A I Vlarr * VICTOniA. ROYAL HO-
L UkUn;NL OARIAX BOYS' BAND. I,- Thorn-
W^; ■, i „. St. toa. Bellman 4 Moore. Pi.ihlaat
Daf.y aiata. .*;..■ Family. Ea Latrll und otherst
AUIAMBUA. CIXQCCVALU. DAVE LETTU
•thav.UMhst. « Co.. Will M. Murphy 4 Biaacht
Mats. Dally. IZc. MchoU. Jas. Thornton. «te.
HAMMERSTE!M'8 4^v!?-,r- T^%
EMPIRE CITY QUARTETTE. JAMES J. MOB
TOX. LESLIE & DAILEY. SUXXY SOUTH. Othtrx
AAnOlfiS/ Ere. 8:20. MAT. TO-DAY 1:15.
bAKKiua" OAI i OPS
Resr. Mata. Wed. & Sat. i-* i-< V/ 1 *J
MADISON SQ.I^V 7 "
THE TITLE MART f&£s£
"Rec«-lv*^l with much favor." — Comrn«rcUC
♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦»»»»»»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦«
| Symphony Concerts:
♦ FOR YOINC PEOPLE. *
♦ Frank Damronch . Directory
♦ sth Concert, Saturday, Feb. 24, at 2.30 ♦
♦ £*£&. MARTEAU*
A Tickets on sale at Of! 1 . ■•» Musical Art -'ety.s
5 iW. 31th St. *
M« N DELS 8 081 N 11 ALL.
Fourth Concert. Tut~Hliftjt Evening, IVb. -'*. ttt Mfc
KNEBSEL QUARTET
inTsVr 8 Mr. Harold Bauer
Seats. 41.30. at box ot2ct\ Mendelssohn Hall
CARNEGIE lIAXL, 67«h~St . Tth A»*
Seats Selling. J1.5(» Jl.no. 75c. 3>>e.. JSa.
LMENDORF
*• AFRICA" - F 7 b JJ a t*;l3.
•" HOLLAND" &^^_
L| NEW YORK, MAT.DAILY
fJippDdrorhe
_ *-»* THOMPSON & Ot'NDY. MANAGED
. A JSocuty circus 7
WITH LOURf Of TMI bOUCN fOUNTAi^
EYfnbfft at t>. MjUnm «t S. __^
CARNKC.IE HALL. T«v-!.\> AT S P. *
CALVE
Carnegie Hall. --"> /-*• Feb. 2
v>>q> '■'-? a !C nail. Washington * BJrtSJ*7
The Yolpe Symphony Society
Orchrstra of £> V>'in a rtrformers.
A. l< VO!.r& Conductor.
Miss ALICE CUMMINOS, Plantsta
Ticket*. S3o. to »^i>i>. at i; '» Office „
ST NICHOLAS RINK
ICE SKATIXa I crtth sr ami Cotum^us A*
3 »riM|..na .tally. etcept Sion.! Sk&t«a Fr««- __
FDFN J WORLD 'N \U\. TUX «RE.%T J.OT*
1 ' 11\MU1..,.K1111 K»rrr Hour
Ml SKY. 1 lIVUUV HKAII.VM, Koom«\th \» .-.!dM*
Proposals. __^-
QENKUAL DEPOT, Q. M. MOT.. JEFFER
SONVIUUE. INT.. Ftebruarv lt> I** — Seal*! &*"
P0Ml», In duplloal*. for th-» «««: • of ConU«mn#a **•
constattnc of MlsoelUn«oua IVita. T(H>l». I'ault'm •'•'
tnc*. *.• .. will he r^etved nt thl» offlc* until l'» o#cW r
» m. March 21. UWA All lßf»rn>«tlun furnished ••» *>*
plloatton. Th« right •, re»«rv«.t ti> r«jwt or a.vapc * "_
cr All proposal* «r »ny part ther«of. lV.cc«*!» tiwu™
MtTllllt to tho uiu«»i,n».l. J M. MAKSHAIi. *»
•!»ujit » inMMM U*n«iitl. W. S. Army.

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