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KB CHECKS ? ll
Blocks Move for Control of
Waters-Pierce Oil Company.
STANDARD VOTES CAST OUT1
Tellers Refuse to Count Them,
Despite Court Order?Trust
St l.onis. fob !."? In a Litter light wM? h
, . ,. to ,i.,\ .t in? annual eh ? tloa of the
Henry Claj Pierce ."id his
. .t. checkmated the effort of .lohn
D Rockefellei and the BUtrrdard Oil In
toresta ??? take ebeoltite control of the
ro-Plerce <?ii Company. The prlae at
otake la ahown by eworn testimony in a
i : ..h? that tin- w.-iuts-Pi.-rc- concern
In one rear ?doclered a dividend <>f ?.w.ooo.
Th.- ?capital .?i<nk is M00.800
Although Standard Intereati own 88 per
cent of the atock of tin- company, tin
Pierce Interests refused t?? count the bal?
lots of John r>. Rockefeller, J"im i> Arch
bold and iiuir .is.-??? i.it,-s, .m tin- (round
that they w? re attempting to perpetuate
the Standard <?n trust under a new eys
tern, in contravention ??f the <i?-?V?-?- of the
I'nlted States Supt.-m- Court diaaolving
the standard ou Company and P?.- decree
of the Missouri Supr?me fouit ousting it
from this Otate.
The RorkeMler-Rtandanl oil Interests
filed ? mandamus suit to compel the tellcra
to count the Stan?)ml Oil bellota, t?ut the
tollers, appointe?! by Pierce, refused to a?*
cept them and declared it- I 61 liste of
directors elected The controversy betw?
the confilotintc Intereste will l??- foucht out
In court beginning before Circuit Judge
Klnaev on Bsturdsy, when the alternativ.
writ of mandamus comes up for argument
The move of the Rockefelh r Standard
Oil Interests to exercise control over the
?Waters Plsree Oil Company, accordini to a
statement Riven out by on. ..- 11? i ? ? n p
resentative?. Is part of a country side plan
to perpetuate the oil mon.?pop. SB well as
to (ontroi the buslnese of Mexico The
good faith of the Standard "il people In
complying with ?he ?decrete of the United
States Supreme Court dissolving the Stand
srd oi) trust was attscked in the Pierce
WhOB the stockholders met to da) Wal
t??r y Tavlor. of counsel for the Btandard
OP interests, anrl M M V.in Puren, son
ln-law of John I? Archt>oH. who was -a ?II
rector and one of the prin?*ipal 0W1.
Standard OH, offered to vote the shares of
*tork owned by Archhold.
Pierce filed a wilt ten protect The Siand
?rd interests wished t?> rote the atock for
three directors, Robert w Btewsrt, <?f
("hirapo, an st torn? y tor the Btandaid on
f'ompan\ <>f Indiana; George W, Mayer, of
Kansas City, manager of the Standard .'ll
Compsny of Indiana .it Kansas <"it\. end
Charles m Adams, now secretary ami
trea.?"??-r of the ?Waters-Pierce Compsny.
Pierce protester! against th*- acceptance
of the vote of Archbold atock end stains!
the acceptance of the rote of all oi h> r
ftfick offered hy persons confederati l -r
?tiied with Archbold, Rockefeller .?n?l
Standard Oil Plerce'a proteal declared
that hy reason of the connection of Meyer
and Stewart with the Btsndsrd ?di Com?
pany of Indiana they were Ineligible as
directors of the Wat? ra-Plerce company,
hoth under the decree of the Supreme Court
of the Pnlted States and th?- Supreme
Court of Missouri.
The Standard Oil Intereata had planned
,t Stewart president of the Waters?
Pierce ?onipany to aucceed ?"lav Arthur
Pierce, son of H Clay Pierce, who ?s now
rman at the board of dtrostora and
.ices? Individual owner of BtO-'k in
II.mpeny. Mayer ?raa elated f?.i ri?
president under I ??it control and
-,'i.ims irai to be re-elected secretary and
treasurer The Pierce board ?.f ?ii'
proposed was H C. Pierce, c. A. Pierce, C
P. Ackert, Andrew M Finl.tv and < ??
Van Buren Ond Taylor, as represent i
tiv..? of the Standard on interests, offered
tO vote 9,991 shir, s of \\ "at?-r.? -I'iet ? ??? st ? ?. '-..
s majority of the 4,000 aharaa, The Waters- !
Pierce compsny is capitalised at fW,000, I
bol m? atock seiis ,,t "i.::.vi ., ?hare
In the distribution <?f s.o. k under th.- j
decree of th<- Supreme Court 817 shares
were split into fractions] parta and COUld
not be voted in the election. The Stand
aid representative.? contended that tin-/
were entitle.) to 1?>._' > votes under the cu?
mulative system of voting ami they pr >
posed io cast .-.l.'?n vot? s for Stewart, 8.838
~~Otes for Mayer and 8,481 votes for Adams,
The new Pierce dire? tots Immedlstely i- -
ele?, ted H. ?'lay Pierce ihairnvm of ihe
hoard, f'lay Arthur Pierce president, end
Andrew M. Flnlay vice-president. Charles
M. Adams, who was on th?- Standard ?late
for director, was oust..] as secretary and
treasurer and T. P I.yon ?raa elect?
his s ut', essor.
Cleveland. Feb. 15. Notice has been re
?Telved here l.y stockholders of the Vacuum
Oil Company, of Kochester, a former sub
?idlary of the Standar?! ?>i! Company, thai
S proposition to Increase the ?api;;.I stork
from 82.?OO.O.-0 to |U,88ft,m will be voted in
at a special meeting in Koehester on
ruary 29. The purpose of the Increase Is to
take care of t-.<w?,->>n indebtedness to the
Standard Oil Company <?f New Jersey and
to further finance the company
OIL DIVIDEND DECREASES
Standard's |5 Quarterly at Rate of
Half That Before Dissolution.
A quarterly dividend of $*> a share. |hs
first since the dissolution of th?- trust,
was declared by the Standard Oil Company
of New Jersey y?-sterday. on Its H88.I08.O8O
capital fsto? k Th?* divi?i?n.l is payable
March 15. The quarterly dividend for tin
same period a y?-ar ago was Hi a share,
and three months ago a payment of $7 was
declared for the quarter. If quarterly divi?
dends are contint?.?I at the $-'? rate, making
$20 for the year, the stockhoUlers will be
receivinK .1?ist half the amount paid before
the dissolution of the trust.
No announcement was made, however.
regarding the poll? y of the corporation
toward subsequent dlvdend payment?, and
it is. of c Me that the rate for
the aiM IUHl-HllS quarters of the year may
be either Io 'nailer than th ll
NO DIVORCE FOR DANCER
Court Comment* on "Undomestic
Class" to Which She Belongs.
a '. loti bkl ? list? sei y atorday to ?
the stoiy of Gertrude Vaaderbpt, a ?lancer,
in h? r suit for ?livor?, ttom h.-r h~irl"snd!
1'oln-rt U Dalley. an actor, aft.-r Whkfa he
ma?)?- this comni'-nt: "Having In mind the
undomestic (lass to whi? h th?- plaintiff and
the defendant behalf, I certainly shall not
grant a divorce decree on the evwi. ?.-,
submltt. d "
Several witnesses tol?l ??f v,?itH made by
Dalley to an ti|>artm?'nt In West 44th street,
but this did not <onvlnce Justice Hot?h
kla?. foiling* for Mrs. Dalley ask.,1 thai
he have a weex to produce witnesses -a;,..
could tell ?bout ' pink pa.uma parties'" I
that wire held in the gpsitaiiaail v
by Dalley. .Justi? ?- Hotchkls? granted the ?
adjournment, saytng he would not ?rant i
s decree unlesa the plaintiff pt.
SUNDAY'8 NEW-VORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere in the United "?tatas
for $250 a year.
THE MAINPS DEAD HONOR!
Services Held Over Bodies Tak
from Wreck in Havana.
Heveae, Fot,. U Impressive ?-en'
marke,i the fourteenth anniversary 1?*h
?>f the blowing up of the battleship Ma
They were etmdu-et-ed under the auap!
.if Havana (-Map, Spanish-American ^
'is. OVei the l,full, s of the slxlv '1
?;?k?-n from the wreck and now lying i
caaematte In cabana forties? under 1 g"'
.?t honor compoeed ?>f Cuban troopa, ewi
inaporl to tii" north,
Among thoee |ir.-sent at the Mr
maticen Minister. Arthur M BO
tha Be-cretary ?.r the Legation. Hi
?-"ti. repreaentetlvea of PreeM
the Cuben ertny and navy ?
''.unit.'.is ??? Americana The An*?'
ean flag was hoist?-.] at half mast t
?: Main? It will rem
fixing until th" xxr.-.k is toxxe.l out on
/oyege to sea
The ?'list , p?i <?f the cofferdeu v
broken this morning, and a few da
dredging ?rill suffice to cleer the way
the departure of the wreck into the 01
THE MAINE ISREMEMBERE
Cornerstone of National Mon
ment Laid at Park Entrance
'I'll. Mrneretone of th.- National Mo
Monument, which is i??-in*_r ercted at i
Columbus Circle entrence to Centre] l'a
wea i?ii?i yesterday by Rear Admir.il V.
C. Leutee, I*. S N , eomniamlant of t
Brooklyn navy yard. Addresses xx-ore 111a
bx' Major ('?rural l?ani.'l lv S'ik'.-;< 0
Genere! .Lunes c, Wilson Borne of thoaa
attendance wore Perk Commlaatonor Stov
H. Ven Huren Megonlgle, the archtt?
Attlllo I'ir.irilli. th,- sculptor of the mor
ment: .lohn T. Keller ami Morris Pimmoi
national command?" of Bpanlah War V*i
Th?- blowing up of the Maine. Qenei
.^i. kite said, was the culmination of .1 la
s.-ries ?.r outragea perpetrated by the Spa
"The Liowing up of the Maine '? Bpi
lah hands and by Spanish ordere, ' sa
! S?, kl? s. "aounded the death kn
of ?Spanien rule on American soll, a n
which should heve been ended line hefoi
it wea a declaration of war which tr
country wa.? not sioxx to heed."
?General BlCklei and ?;en?-r?l Wilson ho
sai?l thit the Main.? monument xvoiild l"
when completed, one ?>f the most, if not tl
moat, Impoalng monuments in the city
' An?) I hope I shall be hero when it
completed nex- fall." said General Rlcklei
T?u '-?-.rnerstone rontalned. amone; oth
thine.--, a copy of Captain char*?'? I? Sic
bee's personal narrafixe of Ihe Maine di
ast'-r, th? message ,-,f the I'resldent ir insml
tint-; the report of the court of inquiry r
tb? destruction of the ship, six coins. 01
of each denomination; the New York dai
tpers <>f yeaterdey, and many oth?
things liearinir on the history of the rn?~>ni
m? nt end us ? onetruetion.
it is expected that ih- mon?iment will t
completed in September The total cost wl
he ahout $175,000. The plan to ere?*t tl
monument was hfgun live days after tl:
deatructlon of the Meine. More than
million persons contributed, men) aendln
?pennies and nick?!.
SOUTH BROOKLYN^ LINES Ul
Conference Committee Recom
mends Routes for Proposals.
Members of the tran.-it conference con*
mittee 1 onslatlng of the Public Bervfi o < ?om
mission and Borough PreaMenta McAn?n>
Miller .in?l <*roniwe)|, of the Hoard ?if Eatl
mat.- an?) Apportionment, presented thel
recommendations for a layout ..f Sont
Brooklyn im? s to the board yegtardey. ]
wea laid .?v. r .1 x\?-ek for consiileratioti.
Tliis report Is supplemental to the MC
Anenx-W ill'-ox report of last June, whic
pr?-*_ent?**-d specific plans for rapid transi
development excep*j In Bouth Brooklyn. I
1. ??initii. -n Is th<- following lines as a bat.1
f.?1 Inviting proposals:
Piral An extension of the present Fowl
avenue line from i:;.? street as a four-trac
aubwey to .1 point to !><? later delermlne?4
where <onn<-ct!on can be nia?le with an 01
tension to Steten [aland, and thence ?is
h subway (ao located in th?' stree
thai at a later time and when nuniaaar
two additional tracks may i?.- added) t., s>;t
Second An extenaion of the Fourth av*
nue sut.wax throtieh ?th street as a thref
track aubwey to Sew Utrecht avenu... an
lli.nc- as a tin...-ira? 1. . l.-xated line t<
Tii? Brooklyn RepM Transit Company ha
already promise! to opereta the suggeste?
Unea and in addition, if the plea of el.
vat?-?l structure for tha beach line? 1.
First A three-track elevated line on th
S? a Beech right ??f wax- from 62d str.-et t?
Coney Island; and, second, a thr?-?--tracl
elevated lin?- on the old Culver route fron
Tenth avenue to Coney Island, in c.mnec
tioii with its exlating ayatem. and a propoae?
n? w system to ? *onaiei of the Broadway
Lexington rout?-, the Fourth avenue route
the Brooklyn loop lines, the Broadway an'
f.;?th street linen and th.- lines to Astori,
and Corona m Queens.
The company has promised to contribu??
$12.r?..mv? toward the new city lines In Boutl
BlOOklyn, Which would cover all th?,- coe
except the additional amount necessary 1)5
?i of continuing th.- Fourth avenue lln?
as a aubwey t"\xapi Fett Hamilton
TTesid.-nt Miller of The Bronx disseni?
only to the extent that he would not ex?
tend the Fourth avenue line beyond Hi
Juncture xvith tii?- tunnel to Ntal?-*n Island.
? ???mmissioner Maltble. of the .publie Ser?
vi.?. Commiaaion, would n??t have th*
Fourth avenue line extend beyond Its pr?s
??nt terminus, tut would give rapid Iran?!!
1.. Port Hamilton by extending the Third
avenue elevated Hue beyond its present
terminus .it ?..'?th street
FRESH START FOR BAD BOYS
Brooklyn Men D?pcuss Work of the
An informal reception and meeting wire
h? Id last night at the rooms of the Cpanln
Club. No 171 High street. Brooklvn. a tem?
porary home for boys in trouble. The ob
.1? ' t of the Institution is to reach those box h
who are alone and friendless In the city or
xaIio have through their environment been
drawn Into crime Miss Anna M. Wilbur
.?1 the chief aponaoro o? the work
Among the speakers were James ?'. Crop
I ??strict Attorney ?if Kings Count**]
Michael McDoaoUgh, superintendent of the
home, ami Naval Officer Y .1 11. Kracke
The sp.ftk.-rs wire introduced by .Jndg?
Robert .1 W'ilkln. president of the board of
Mr Creaosy s:1"' he knew of no more
worthy labor than thai to i-avv young men
and boys, aiiia? t. ?1 t<. the city by the lure
of rlch.s. xx ho go astray. He said most of
th. criminals who appear before the courte
ara between twenty and thirty years old.
Mr. McDonongh toM of his axpaHeuoaa in
Working among the boys and men of the
? lui. and h??w he phk.-d up many of them
?itht-r ?m tin- Bttermty -?r Juat as they had
come from th.- penitentiary, lie said ho
liai s? 1 ti th. m Ko out from the home and
Mr. Krack.- sai.l th.- work was one of th?
Ixat he knew of In the city.
M'ANENY GETS "SHAVING" ORDER.
Th?- Board of Kstlmale and Apportion?
ment piis.-M-d yestt-rday the resolution "f
Borough l'resiil.nt M? Aneny. ?lir.-.ting him
to order the removal ?if sidewalk encroa? K
menta in various parts of the city. The
s? li, .lule of hir-ets is as follows Broadway
from Betten niai?- t?> Columbus Circle, the
rJde <>f Whitehall street from Brood?
Wei to Si.uie street, Maulen l.ane for Its
entire length, I/iberty Mr. et from Maiden .
Lena t?. weet str.t-t. Corilandt stre?-t for
't- .-ii!ire length, Vesey street for Its entire
length. Dey street for Its entire length.
Pulton street from Uroadwav to West
?-ii.'-t. Church street and Trinity riace
from Chambers street to Morris street and
John stre.-t irom Broadway to William
w. mm speaks
But Reporters Are Barred at
POLITICS NOT DISCUSSED
i Colonel Praises Work His Hosts
Do?Medals Awarded for
Member.? of the American Institute of
Architects Invited Theodore Rosevelt to be
a guest at their dinner last night In the
\ Plaza Motel <?ne htindre.) an.l fifty of the
prominent architects and their friends
lisiene?! to a speech which th.- I '??lonel eon
oented to deliver only on condition that re?
portera were barre.l.
Mr. Roosevelt spoke on the subject,
?Tlvlcs and Their Relation to Architect?
ure.'- He ?lid not touch upon pol?tica in
the course ot his remarks, it was said. He
declared that In all his experience he found
that th?- m.-n who worked disinterestedly
ai t?. 'h.ir personal advantages were the
only ones who truly su?.led That vv;is
particularly true of the srchltectS M a
lass, lie said.
Civic development depended bow Isrgely
upon th?- advice and wirk of the architects.
That ha?i not been the cas?- until within
the last few years, but now the civic h.',i?Is
of a great many eitlee were looking to them
for advice and assistance In working out
economical and at the s.im?- time artistic
< tvlc ? entr? s in ?he c|tle*. The ? *- Pr? tiAi nt
believed ?he |copb- ha?i made a great a?l
\ anee In calling tn the architects and other
experts for th?- settlement of certain c|tv
questions, auch as ?he recent selection of
the courthouse ?die !?>?
Controller Pr-ndergast and lohn J Mur?
phy. Tenement House C^ommlaaioner, were
among the other speakers Mr Prendergsst
paid a hiKh tribute to the committee of the
American Institute of Architects, WlUCh
was appointed to assist the Roard of Esti?
mate In selecting the site f??r the new
courthouse. He said they were the ones
who made the final decision on the new |
site, which was now generally agreed to i<* ;
the best site, the m??st economical, and j
the best bargain that the city could make .
A great many men were elected to office |
who had no special qualifications for d*
Cldlng some questions whl? It ?ame before j
them, and he hellevcil In calling In all the
expert advice that was available
I '??mmissloner Murphy sal?! that the an- I
nual awarding of the medals In recognl
tlon of the best built huildlngs In apart?
ment house.?; by the New York Chspter Of
Architect? had been of great benefit ti?
the tenement dwellers during the last three
reara The tone and convenience of tene?
ment houses had been raised to a muck
higher plane on that SCCOUnt, he dc?~l"tred
The awarding of ?he medals for I'll. whl?h
was made during the dinner was as fol?
Medal William K Vanderbtlt. owner or
the six story apartment house, known aa
the Esst Rhcr Homes. Kas? River and 77th
street, designed bj Henrj Atterbur* Smith,
Honorable m?-ntlon The ritv and Subur?
ban Homes Compsny, owner ami architect
for ?he six atory spalrtment house, Noe 111
to (28 Kast 7!?th Street, known as the Rlshop
Potter MemoriSl RulHlngs. William K
Roundtree, owner and architect, foi th<- sis
story apartment house at No ?Li? W? st '?/?th
For th<- clase of apartment
MFDAL The Five Slxtv-three Park Ave?
nue Company, owner, Pedro ?de Flores,
president, for th? iwrttro-etorj ?i-.*tm.-n?
house at v.. n Park avenue, dei sned by
Walter B. .'tiHtnbers. archil.-.-?
HONORABLE MENTION l< Crystal A
Bon, owners of the twelvs-atory spsrtmenl
houses known as Oxford Hall sn?l ?-.tni
brldge Hall, at No CM Riverside Drive snd
designed by .?eorge and Edwsrd Rliitn.
The Fullerton-Weaver Rcaitv Company,
S P, Weaver, president: owner of the nine
atory apartment hous?? at No, 118 Kast .r?"th
street, designed by .1. F. R Carpenter,
HONOR FOR DR. J. A. WYETH
Physician's Portrait Given to
Academy of Medicine.
A portrait In oil of I >r .lohn A Wyeth
was oreesnled to the Acsdemy <>f Medicine
la?t night at a meeting of the acaditnv
The presentation was made by i?r Mmon
Rarurh Ml behalf Of the nianv frier? Is of '
i?r. Wyeth. ah?, ins been president In turn
of the state m? ?n? ai Boctoty, the Academy
of Medicine and the American M?8dfcal As?
sociation i>r. Barock r?a?i iettera ti-m Di
Abraham JaCObl an?l Other Contributors A
letter was rea?l from I ?r. Wyeth, In whi?*h
bo referre?! to his four years with tir?
ai ademy as th?- happiest In his llf?- and ?\
pressing his gratitude for this additional
h??nor conferred upon him.
The presentation wi.s followed by 0 <l?-m
??instration of th?- method of duodenal
alitii?-niailon by l>r. Max Klnh??rn After
feeding n pntlent by piiinping down his
ihroat a mixture of warm milk and egg by
means of a glass syringe at the end of a
Ping, small, s??ft rubber tub--, th.- doctor re?
lated his experiences with a number of pa?
tients who had been suffering from gastil?
and other ulcere ??f the ototnach.
The patient in the demonstration, also a
I'hvslclan. talked while being fed an?I
pumped part of the liquid through lbs tut"
himself until eight ounceo had been con?
sumed X-ray photographe of the tuhe in
the bodies ??f patients wer?' shown Mr
Klnhorn said that ?ikers of the rrtoma? h
had been cured by this method, by giving it
the rest ne.-esstirv
CONTEST, BUT NO ESTATE
Papers Indicate That Edward
Carter Left Nothing Whatever.
From one of the documents It would
seem that the contest flle?l yesterday In
the office of the Surrogate of the will of
Edward Cart*? is a ?as?- of much iido
Mr. farter died August 2*. 1910. Hit? wife,
Mrs. Mary Carter, filed no will in the
course of time Mrs Mary W. Van Alslyne,
a sister of Mr. Carter, and his only next
of kin. applied for letters of administrad,m
Mrs. Van Alstvn?- lives In Murlington. VI
In the regular order of things it was t
nary ?o serve a citation on "fro .'arter
befor?* the letters of administration could
be lF8U<d When she was so served Mi .
Carter produced a will made by her hus?
band and hearing the date of December If?.
1?09. This Instrument made Mrs .'art.-r
sole heir of h<r husband's property.
Mrs. Van Alstyne failed to obtain ?h. I. t
t?-ra ot administration and Bled :? Contoat
The petition foi the porposoe <?f transfer
tax payment a? companylng the will of Mr
lart'-r shows that th?- t?stator left r.al .?
t?te valued at "nothing" and personal . -
tat?- oil ins led at "nothing."
? ?? ?
MERCHANT TAILORS AT DINNER.
One hiimlr.-d and fifty .?Iff.-r.-nt styles of
dress suits were worn hy the on.- hundred !
and fifty m.-mtiers of the Nation, il ft ?asm Is
tlon of Merchant Tailors, who ati.-nd.d the
dinner of that organization h.-ld last night
In the north ballroom of the Hotel Aator I
Before the speechmaklng began It was I
announced that the following officer? had
been elected: President, Clarence A Mc?
Carthy, of Chicago; vice-president. II ,rt v I
Fisher, of Ruff alo. second vlce-prc. Ident.
Louis M Nathan, of I>?-nver; ir? a-uirer,
Peter Thompson, of Philadelphia; secr-tary.
Samuel || Spring, of Boston, and chairman
of the executive committee. OWSB <>w.>n, of i
Washington The speakers were the Rev
W C. Stlnnson, Congressman ?"'hartes V.
Forties. John Patterson and Rerkley Mer
TO AID HEALTH BOARD
Committee of Physicians Will
With a view to perfecting the methods
of the nepartment of Health In Its control
of txph'.t.l f.'vi'i In this city. Health <"om
mlaalener I?e?lerle has aeked a number of
well known physicians and sanitarians to
a?t in the capacity of an advisory commit?
tee to study the present methods of the ?!??
pertinent end to suggest improvements. If
,,. The flrst m-etlng of the com?
mittee was held yeeterdey afternoon in the
Commissioner's office. The plan has Iteen
under consideration by Df. Lederte for
Those who have offered their services to
th?- dep.irtm.-nt include Professor William
T S.-.lgwIck. of the Massachusetts Institute
?,f T.-hnology ; Trofes^or OeOffO C. Whip
pie. of Harvard, professor C R, a. Win>
lOW, of the College of the City of N? xx
V.itk. l?anie| I?. Ja?k.-"n. ?Ilrector of
laboratories of the I ??-pariment of Water
Supply, 'las and Electricity; l?r. John W.
Brennen, president of Relleviie and Allied
Hoepltabr.,' Dr. Alexander l/amhert and Dr.
Herbert I? Pease. The comlttee on public
h.aitii. hnspitiiis and budget of the Academy
of Medl in- WM also invited to designate
a representative to serve on the committee
Thos?' pres.-nt at the conference on be?
half of the l.epartmcnt of Health were, b?
si dea Commlsshiner Krnst J. f.e.WIe, tir
I let ma tin ?M. Blirgs, gen.-ral medical officer;
I?r. Wallet liensel. snnltarv superintendent.
I?t William H T'ark. director of labora?
tories; Dr. John S Fillings. Jr , chief of the
dix Islon of communicable diseases. T?r.
Merlon B McMillan, chief of the dtvteton
of food inspection, and Dr. Charlea F.
BoMoOB, assistant to the general medl? al
officer, xxh" was designated as secretary of
? he conference
The m??>t1m: was devoted to the organiza?
tion of the committee and to a genet al otar?
of the work to he taken up at future
age The officiels Of the Department
of Heelth explelned in detail tha methods
? trolling typhoid fever now in use by
HOW HUSBAND WAS TRAILED
Referee Favors Divorce on What
Mrs. E. S. Taylor Learned.
Pho*nli Ingrahetn, aa referee, filed hi< re
pott yeeterdey in the suit for ?lixorce
brought bv Mrs F.llzaheth S Taylor, who
.1 the Motel Buckingham, against her
??I. Ment v R Tax lor. ? ?member of
'alumel Club, when he was served in
the caae Mr Ingrehem recommanda to
the court that o decree be granted t.? Mi
Th.- couple xx? >re merrled in i ?s?.4 al st.
Chryaoatora Church The record of the
. iae ii?ar?l bi the referee tella of several
???us ?>n which tha defendant
trailed hy detectives and relativ?? of Mi^
Teylor \? list they got Ihe evidence the!
area n? ? This latter ecwne t"-?k ple?**e
at the home of 1 Mr- Kramer When T.iv
1" ? ?i ted lO ktv>w wh.it It all n-e.int his
wife's nephee .1 Walter W.1 gtruttera,
one of the raiding p.irtv. explelned II I I
"his finish." Tayloi gol pertntaaion
to "take the lady home "
in fact, there wer. two women In the
? ?n one ??*? ?M'?n tii?' detectives foi
Teyler to the Murrey mil Hotel
Before goinK Um re h? bought 0 houquel
and al the hotel he met 1 \"'H!k aromen in
evening dreas, with whom he went to the
Hotel Royelton, m Weal 14th at reel ?V
cording t" iba evidence, on January 4 Mrs
Taylor left here for the South, and her
un'ie. Robert Rtruthere, thinking Taylor
arould us? l lence "f hi? wlf.- t?i his
"\x n edvant I him to i- a at? i?> ?i b)
Again ha w.-nt t<. tiie
Murrey Hill Hotel, this time meeting a
woman who w??re ? long oaalaklB ?oat
Tbt* xxi-nt to the Orand ??pera Houae
Ihal Is. th-x ??-ni In l?v th'* Klghth avenue
? ?nan', -iti'i .-im.- out of th? 'j:i?l street
exit, going to th<- Kramer house, m Weal
L'l'd street. After much man.eux ting and
some . ff..rt. win? h Included the breaking of
a wind..xv bv j Welter Wood Btruthere, th.
raiding pnrtv ?-nteie?!
Mro Taylor, who nea an ample in?-ome,
doei ti"t a-k f?ir any allmonv.
VICTORY FOR STORE LESSEES
Landlords Must Pay for Loss
Through Street, Widening.
Manx Store and i est ,>n a nt keepers of]
N? xx *i??rk aspect i?? profit by ? r*?eent
declaloe of ?fudge Vernon M Davis, in the
Supreme court. In which he decided the!
a t.n.int max recovar powpeneetory as
well as cms. .pi, ntl.il damages from the
landlord when the <itv. by ?widening the
street, Interferea xxith th? vault opaca
leaned t?. tha tenant
The case In which tha decision was ren?
nt r-?1 xxav that <?f OeOTga Hoffman agi
Jol n i. Hurray. Hoffman In IMI botight
ol Murray the i*?"*??! xvin .,r th? reetaurani
and cef?. at 114th streit and Hroadw av an?l
tiie leeaa t?. the premlaes for tha uneaptred
t ? t in of neerty eighteen reers In lune,
ir?ll. the city. In widening -Wh street, in
terfered xxith ? portion ?>f the vault spa?*?
uikI.-i the sidewalk.
Hoffmen brought SUll egelnel Murray for
tn.otyi demegeo end en award of thai
amount was made February t. The f?ir
mai order xx a - entered yeeterdey l?e<>
Panier, of No - Rector street, area the
attorney for the tenant
M.in> suits have prevloualy i>?.-n brought
against landlOfda for Infringement ?i'
vault opece, notably thai of n?e Pebat
Brearlng Company agalnei Thocley, bol
this Is the tlrst time In Which a plaintiff
has received mor?- than nominal damages.
MRS. WALDO LOSES HOUSE
Place Long Closed Sold in Foreclosure!
The five st<>ty ston?- ?lw< Hing house ;it
the eOUtheaat corner Of Ma'llson avenue and
72d street, owned bv Mis. Qertruda Rhine
lander Waldo, mother of the Polie?. ?Commit
sloner. Which has never been nccuple?! -In. ,
It was built, about nine vears ago. was
?.?lit in a fore? Insure pro?-cedlng yeeterdey
brought about by the I'nlon l?im.? Savings
It was offered for sale bx Joseph ]' I ?a y
in the Vesey Street Kx'hange salesroom
?in?l the bank got the property for the only
1.1.1 mad?-, fl.-.i?nuil, th" Incumhran? <-s on It
being flfI,tl7 fit. Mro Wai.io never would
. aplata vvhy she would not live In the house.
sh.- I'ouid hn\?' sold ii several yoftra ago
for |SM.?t##. She losl also through r.? ?nt
forecloaure proceedings the adjoining house,
at NO II Baal 72d str?-?-t. Which she had
built for her son. but he declined to accept
DRUGGIST GIVES UP SECRET
"Professional Confidence" Not Al?
lowed in Divorce Suit.
It max- be sefe for one to tell his se?
crets to his phvsl'lan or to his law ver be
i aus., either ot th.se mix tike advantage,
of hit* professional I fTl<**? and refit?-?? to
divulge them, but It Is ?dlfferint with
0 drugelst He Is not protected b\ any
such law. Ho It came about that Heorg?
M K'tidall had to answer vestepluy t<> ?
divorce suit brouiiht by hi-, xvife. Mi .
Aliee B Koatell H? met a voting woman
known as OOSit Tyson In th?* ding -t.?i??
??t Fredartch .1 Btnunerman.
K"il?iwlnc tin- first meetinB, K.-ndul?
COlled on Mis? Tyson, and he <?>nfl<|e<i his
xisitH io the diuggisf. who yoatertey told
OhOUt tiiem In the Huprenv- ?'ourt before
?fuetlee iSreenboum ZlnunarfHsB s im
"He confided In me at least a dozen tinv s "
Justice Greenhatim rev?-rve?i declrion
Mrs. Kendall Is n??w re?-e|vln_r $.'i> A ue.-k
ellmony, and she wa.its Ihe custody of h<-r
iSTERN BROTHERS TO MOVE
(Lease Site in West 42d Street
for New Store.
Stern Brothers Is the latest of the large
department stores to decide to move fur?
ther uptown Announcement a*as made
yesterday that th.- establishment, which fot
years has been in W. st 2"d street, has
leased property In West l-'d street, between
Fifth and Sixth avenues, including the "11
Harmonie Club nlte and extending through
to 4*d street, for an eight story building.
The plans have been drawn bv John B.
Bnook'a Sons, and the structur?- Is to c
ready for occupancy before February 1,
Is**. The plot has an area of about M.m
Forty thousan?! square feet of the plot j
WOTS obtained from Mrs. lymlsa M. Gerry.
who was repr? s? nted in the trenSSCtlon by i
th? Crulkohanh Company, and the balance]
was leased from the Pentalpha Realty
Company. wh?se Interests wer attend d ? ?
bv H.-nrv I? Winans & May The plans
for the new structure have been long under
?. ti.-i'l.-r.'ttlon. and it Is said that th?* hull?.
'tis; will have many novel features. One of!
these will be an entrance for carriages and
automobiles in 43d street.
The desirable transportation facilities of
th* site are sal?l t<> be one of the chief rea?
sons for lt.? Seiet ?ion by Stern Brothers. It
being situated close to'the ?".rand t'entrai
Station, the sixth avenue surface and de?
rated railroads, the Hudson tunnel and the
OUbway I? has the advantage of light from
Brysnt i'ark. whi?-h is opposite, and the
wide otdewalh and roadtray ma?ie by the
recent removal of encroachments, beotdea
I'lnc within a stone's throw of many large
The frontage In 42d street. Including ihe
old Harmonie Club and the Spaldlng Build
lng, is about _M feet, and In I'd OtTOOt M
feet The parcel is neatly double the at? a
of the old store site
MAYOR ILL: CASE PUT OFF
Another Delay in Libel Suit
Brought by General Bingham.
The libel suit brought nearlv three years
u?. bj o enera! Theodore a. Ringham. for
mer Polies t 'ommlssloner, against Mayor
?,ia\nor for 1100,880 damages came up In the
Bupreme ?'otirt yesterday. An attack .if
grit? kept the Mayor away, and, 'r. ad?
journing th?* case Justice Harag?n did
aometblng ?ha? Justice Oajmor, it is said, j
I ??fien did not do he accepted the eortlflcate
from the defendant's physblan whl**h his
counsel. Stephen C. Raldwln. pMBSatSd H
? Crowloy, counsel for Qeneral Ringham.
argued In favor ?>f the case proceeding.
.Tustlce C,avegan askeil; "Is this defend?
ant. William .1 Osynor, the former Su?
preme ?'otirt justice of Kings County?*'
Mr Baldwin r?-pli?-d "Yes. h.? is the prea
ent Mayor ?"
Then ?li>- defsndanl knows all nbout
these things He Is familiar with the ex?
igencies of ?-alendar practice."
Mr Baldwin broke In to ask that the.
court n??t visit th?- Mayor's sins on his hea'l
n??vv .Instlce ?la vega n continued:
Mv recollection is that the defendant
has demonstrated wonderful recuperative
powers, to the great .?"?y Of the people ?if
this city, and, of ?nurse, all nope h> will
tnak?' a opssdy recovery now. even as I re
all cuenta and lawyers WSW aront to do
When called before calendan over artdch he
presided He knows all about ,|oct??r?-' cer
tlllcates, and ni\ i collection Is that he
oomettmeo ignored them "
Mr Crowloy oald ?hat ti?> hn?i twenty -u
witnesses to examine for the plaintiff. Mr.
Baldwin aald that he also had a large
number of ?witnesses The ?court r,et the
triai ?dos n for Monday
Mi CrOWley ask.d that Miss Marv K
tiaytior. a sister of the Mayor, be required
t?. I" In attendance on the trial. Mr. Uay
ti??r wrote i" ber a letter which win figure
In the suit grOWlng ""t of the alleged per?
se? ution by the police of a boy named
Duffy m Brooklyn while Qonoral Ringham
vu l'i'ii? e ? 'ommlaatoner.
DRUMMOND MUST ANSWER
Commissioner of Charities Defendant in
Water Company's Suit.
Michael i Drummond, <*?>mmlssioner of
? liarltles, must sppear snd i??- examined
before trial In the suit he|nB brought
;:gainst blm by ?in- Jamaica Water S'lp
i iv Company, sccordlng to a de.-ision by
.lustl.e Darla, in the Supreme Court, yes
ti-'-'irtv ii,- i? being oued sa .< member of
Ihe firm of M. .1 I?riimm?-ii.l A ?*?* f?>r
tt8,*68, Which, ?he wr.tet COmpan) savs, Is
due because ??i overcnargea for pipe sup
piled by the Drammond company.
The decision ?>f Justice Darla makes It
necessary for the Commissioner of chari?
ties tu answer questions a.? to the market
price of pip?- and the oilier supplies of a
orator company si the time when the al
leged sabs t? the plaintiff company wore
mads, in i -*i ?>- * 11 .
STAMFORD HARBOR ICE-LOCKED.
I Itv T? legroph to Th? Tribune ]
Stamford, Conn., Feh IK, les thirty
four Inches thl?-k lo.-ks Stamford Harbor
for the Prst time m the htetory ?.f ?he
town A number of cyclists rode around
the Ugbthouss, a half mile ??ut In the bar?
bor, to-day. l?o.ks have been mu? h dam?
ag?-?l bv the ?CO
Bunrtee, dm mssot, r,--a. m0l>n r_Ma a.om,\
m.,? n'u Ht*, 2ft
?and) Hnnx . ? jV
Qovernor'a l-lrind . a:,:,
t'ell I'inle .,. s i?
reported nt '2f)0 mil,-. e..?t of
lo,,k at n?w?n yesterday, Is espectsd to
Vessel -.-rom *-?ln"
'Mensel Cairo....cadi*, lan 30.Cmp Tmast
?Morro Castle... Hsvana. Feb 13.i. " ? "_}
?Advance.?"rlstobal. Feb 0.Fan R R
?Zulls. Mara-albo. Feb 7.R?"l D
Alimatea .Algiers. Jan 20.__TtT
?Sl Mundo .i.alveston. Keb 6.So Vac
Kran .'lampa . Seville. Jan 2T? ? ??.__,__..__
Sabine.Brunswick. Keb 18... -Ma' ory
Breslau. Bremen Feb 3.N C Lloyd
Fropiois.London. Feb l.**___?.
Hamhurg. Miner* Keb 5.Hamb Am
Carorlna.Havre.'Feb 3 .???? "*? ,n
Ircittols. Jacksonville. F?*b II.....Clyde
N- kar.Bremen, Feb 4. N <? Uoyd
Kenira .Li*"*****?*?., Feb 2.
Mira .Shields. Jsn 31._?__?
Ft Rio .Oat-, ?"ton. Feb 10.... So pac
city ot Atlanta. ..Savannah. Feb 18... ftivannah
saTIBDay. KKHRt'ARV 17
?Fspagn?.Havre. Feb 10. Frenrh
?Verdl.Barbado?. Feb 10.. Lamp * H
Alamo... .Oatveetoa, Feb in ... Mallo-y
Apaeh-.Tarksnnvllte, Feb 14.C'l-.de
8UNDAT, PBBRUAR1 li
??"armania.Liverpool, Tab 1" Oinard
?< i morns ... Barbedea Feb lOLtrap 4 H ?"
?I'rlns M*ur|ts. ...H.i.U. Peb ll .R D *4V I
ll'itTalo .U.M. F-b 3.IVI .?on
Wells City ..S*ran*ea, Peto 8 r*ri?.,i <-i?>
? ' "f Montgomery. Savannah, Fob |3.. Sivannah
Vessel. Ft Line closes sails
Colon Crtatobel, P;m RR . .11:80 a m SifOpm
V tai. Haul. Ham Am.1:00pm 3:00pm
Santiago. Tampico. Ward.. 12 00m
Mohawk. Ja?-ksonvtlle. r-|i?1? 1.00pm
BATURDAY, 1'KimrARY 17
P. l/itil*. So'Jfhampton. Am. 4:.?) a m 9:30am
Bte-haso, Newfoundland . .. ? I" a m 11 00a m
Carolins, Ben lu?n. Porto R. 0:80an 12.00 m
?"arrlltn. Jamaica, t'n Fruit. 0 3.? a m 12:?~0m
Arcadian. Bermuda. R M S P. 10 ?J0 a m 12.Ou m
Havana. Havana. Ward.10 00 a m 1 00 p m
Bantu, Montevideo, N?>rt-n in/siam 1-80 pn
Oraba, Jamaica, R M s P 10:88 s an 1:08 p m
san jacinto, Nassau, Mallery it noa m i ?*"? i- m
p Blartanuad, Colon H \ il ???a m t-OOpn
Korons. Trlnlda?! Quebec.. 11 3? a m 2*08p m
Mlnnetonka. London. At Tr.. 10:00 a m
P V Luekenbi' h. Porto Rico.1ns 1.00 m
Irequola Jacksonville, Clyde. i .oo p m
?Itv ?,f Atlanta. Savannah.Sjv J.?ipm
Concho, Tampn. Mallo*** 1.00 p m
M'iNHAY. FEBRUARY 1"
r*alabra. Napier.. Anchor ll(K>am
can Marcea B'naw'k, Mallery i.oopm
Destination and steamer. Close In M.Y. P.M.
Hawaii. FIJI Islands, Samoan Isl?
and?. ".'? ?? Zealand, Australia ?via
Victoria) Mu i i ?. .Tr-day, ? 30
Japan. Corea, rhina. rhll1ppln?a (via
?Seattle) Tillan .F*b 1?. ?30
Hawaii ivla San Francisco? Hono
lulun . Feb. 16. 6:30
Hawaii, Japan, ?""or*?, fhlna. Philip?
I Ine? (\la San Francise,)) Shlnyo
Maru .Feb. 23, 6:30
Guam. Philippines ?via San Fran
? I?.-. ? U B tran?p?nt.Feb. 2?. 6:30
Tahiti. Marquesas, Oook islands,
New Zealand, Mi-tralla (via San
Frane|s?o) Aorangl . . .Mar. 1. 6.30
Japan, <"-,,ren. Chin i. Philippine? (via
Victoria? Kmpreis of India.Mar. 1,6:30
Tahiti. Marquesas (via San Fran
cls.oi Miilpia.M-r. 4. s .10
Port of New York, Thursday, Febru?
ary 15, 1012.
Ptesmer Tripoli iBn, Sam?)? January 20, Rio
00 Janeiro 21 ?nd Barbados F?hr?iarv 9. to Busk
A Daniela, with mdse. Arrived at the Bar at
10 80 a m
Steamer Adriatic <Br). Alexandria .I.inuarv 20
and Naples February 8 to the White ss..r Una,
with 221 ?-abtn and 888 aterag* pai??-ngers and
mdse Arrived at the Bar at 8:48 a m
ste,.mer gante Marta iBr). Santa Muta Feh
r'iarv .?. ?Colon s sad Kingston i?>. to the i'ni'ed
Fruit ?v-, with 70 pasaoncers. malls and nuls?-.
Arrived a. the Bar a. 0 H a m.
Btl imer Arcadian (Br), Bermuda February 13.
to Sanderson * Son. with 102 paaawieore. malls
and mdse Arrived s? the Bar a' 8*00 a m
Steamer Trojan .Nor.. Perth Aniboy. to W?s
s?l. Du val A in, with mdse Tassed In Quaran
tine at 10:1" a m.
Btl imer Cuthbert ?Br?. ?"alera January 18,
Manaes 27. Pan February 2 and Barbados 7. to
Hivuh * Oa. with 7 passengers, malls and mdse.
Arrived at ?he Bar at 7 a i?*
steamer Blackhesth iBr), Ctenfuegoe February
*. to the Muns'in Ss Line, with sugar. Arrived
at the Rar at 6 30 a m
Steamer Titian iBr?. izantes January 26 and
Barbados February 7, to Busk A Daniels, with
mdse. Arrived a? the Bar at 10 1.', p in 14th.
Steamer ?'.irl?-ha (Cuban), Nips Februar- 2.
Banes 4. ?;thma H. Porto Padre s and Nuevitaa
to. to the Masaos 8a Line, with 0 passengers and
mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 4:18 a m
Steamer Antwerpen t Dan?, Copenhagen Janu
srv 20 and Portland, England. 24. to Fnnrh.
Five * Co, with mdse \r;--.- t ;i* th" Bar ?'
Steamer President ?Jrant (Oerl, Hamburg- Feb
rtisrv 3. Boulogne 4 and Southampton ft. to the
Hamburg Am?rl?-an I.tn?. with 70 first cabin.
1?4 serond .-abln. 170 third eshln and 6*0 s?e?r
age passengers, malls sn,| mdse Arrived at th?
Bar st 12:12 a m
Steamer Iielaw&re. Philadelphia, to the ?flvde
it ' *. w-i.h mosa Poseed in Qosrsattao at 2:43
Steamer Antilles. New Orleans Fehr'iary 10, to
Ihe Southern rirtflr- co with passengers and
rtidne Passed In Quarantine at 6 12 a m.
Steamer Path6n?Ier, rill*Idem I Passed In
Quarantine a? ?I a i->
Steamer Iroqunls, Jacksonville February 12 and
Charleston 13. to the rlyde Ss CO, with passen
gem and mdee Parsed in Quarirtine a? 8:1"
Steamer Jifferson. Kewport News and Norfolk.
la Um Old Dominion Ss <*n. with pasting? rs and
Pasead la Q'.aranHn? at 2 29 p m.
Steamer Texan. Tuerto Mexico Febru.irv 1 and
.?.?r IB t.. the Ameri'-an Ha
wallan Ba Uns, wtth mdse. Arrived a? the Bar
Ht 8:18 p tn
Steamer Delaware ?BM, Manchester January
31. to D T Wat ten. In baitast arrived at the
liar at S p m.
Sandv Hook. N J, Feb 1ft, 0 .30 p m Wind
northeast, fresh breeze: partly cloudy; light sea.
St..*tner? Baltic i.Br.i. Liverpool: Dorothy.
Philadelphia; EOperanaa Harass Mar?ng.-> ?Br?.
iiuti i*5ttawa itfer), Banes, nie? \
Kltta o-'-nn? ?Br?. B.riiiuda: C F Tletg. n ?Dam.
? 'npenh.-igen ; Madison, Norfolk and Newport
N ? Clt? of St Loots Bsvannah CYlatobal,
rrlstobal: Stelnturm tC^rl. <*atcutta; <*urr1er.
Clenfuesos; Altamaha. Texas i'ttv La Provence
?r?. Havre ?dland .Nor?. Mor
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
Swskopmund? Pato It B-1'l*h Monarch iBri.
New York and Norfolk rtS Tenerlffe, Dakar,
Bremen. Feb 18, ft a m Chemnitz ?Oerl, New
Twin 2 pm. Prtn? Frt-Irl. h Wllhalm ??lerl.
New York vie PlMnouih and Chsrtoours.
**openhasen, Keb ift. ft p m Oecsr II (Das),
Havre, F-h 14 Oreenh/ink fBr>, New York
Avonmotiih. Feb 1ft Potomac .Rr?. New York.
Tslngtau. Feb 1.1 i*lnn Ms^lver iRrl, New Y rk
via St Michaels. Algiers, Colombo, etc.
IfOflOnf. F'b |8 Kilonio i Br> .from New York),
Mon| Konif and Shanghai
Pt Mlehaels, reto 14 Trent ?Br??tfrom New York
\ 1 -a Kingston (Colon), Boiilhampton
flume, reto iJ rrancoota (Br), New York
st Michaela reto i? ?lermnnia ?Fr? (Marseille?),
Queenstown, Feb Ift, 2 ?rx p rn St Paul (from
Southampton and Cherbourg). New York
Gibraltar, Feb 13 Indraw.i.ll ?Hi? ifrom y,,u
huma etc) Postoe and New- York.
Barbados, Feb 14 .Iniarv ?Bri ifrom Para). New
Ixnvlnn. Feb 1ft Mlnnewaska ?Br?. New Yotk.
llverpiel, Feb 1ft Celtic (Bf), New York via
Buenos Avres, F?-h H (Morts de I.arrlnaga ?Br>.
Psra, reto 14 Clament mn, New vork
Perlm. Feb 14 Neuenfels i<"}er>. New York via
Fayal for Bombsv : loth. Schl'dturm ?Oerl,
OJuetttta and .-ot?-mbo for Bosfon und New
13(1 lui. l'.iilx M.
ai i.., >...,-??'-'ki^'s around" World
NKXTSI M?A y K\ g, ?Pop Prices S'-u is No?
Aas*dtr) N-ihan Fi?nke*?"?rrh llurdnmn Plnn?
.'?'?Til ST. The* . .Ult'i Si nr B'vvuj. Eve S l",
.?-.ir.Y. A Butterfly on the Wheel
Ul-.hniies'*"1 ''- of B'waj Eis?; in Mats.
ridfnUUiOii,,,,,. 2fl2l Rryant. To-m'w. W?d ,
BOUGHT |N0 PAID F0R!Th'%,r' *
lit) ?oilier? COMEDY, lint. K ??r T?'wsy.
T,in,;.v rV. Bunty Pulls Th? Strings
Mexlae BUetfaTh.? ft?.bei Wy?o?t tSr.t II
:; ;I,:;:^THE BIRO OF PARADISE
? \SINO. n x ? :'!' Y.\ I W Mts T'm'xv * Wert.
Mmihiittun ? ' Il S.J H x. !?:? - IB Mai I'm?
-i.m II...I In lie < ?me from Milwaukee.
'..xi \X ? ? U lew I)..? k.tuder'. Mln.lreU
,? ?1,1,1 si I <?l??*onda. riesilnn*"?*",
w.ekham. Careao, amate. ^?*'ro'*\r Ja%arn'n'
let Mat. si -' Tsnnhaeii-M-r. Moren, rrem.
? tart. Hleiiik. Well. ? ?rl?.??-*l'l < <*n<l . attta.
.??I m s 18 Si..-. I r-rf'c Tosca, ?arrar.
M,r.Vn. Sr.,.,1. |.|nt-'*orsl <^*Jt?2S*?lU_L ,
Him. K?a loii.rrt. l'eut l"**^",*f".1"l,' '*'n?** ?
Dldul rhorus 1?*<? voices and Orch. ? ond . Settl
Ne?! Mon ,I:? U Boheme. Parrar. Al'en.
CsruS Amito. DJder. aegurot a. Cond _8turs.nl
Tue? st 9 Phlla. flilrsao ??Pers Co.?tin
,le?Vl'_ ?i.r.leii T? xt. Beret. I'llfau. Du
?r n,. -. V. ? in '?"' ***** Wr.? rsmpeelel
Wed St - "ello. AldS M.ut""- S'e.ak.
M-.U ,. . ? '?"'' ?'end To.ci.in.
Thi.r? Mal S1 I U <;<?etterdaenimernnE.
rrTmatad. Homer, titea sparke. Burrian.
<il_?olrt Well llorlt?. ? 0t1?1 . HertI
Thure ?t 9 AWa. Pestlnn. Mat.enauer.
Csruso OH I* DHttSt ?*on?1 . Tonranlnl.
t-'rl hi - IB Hartered Bride. Ii.-?ilnn, J?rn,
|.|.l,i-' Relss, Wlthemp.ion "??,rJ?._.
HAHDMAN riANO I'SBD.
UflUT-D PiDnCM B'***"o ?"? ''"'h st
nlNIttt UflnUtM Phons ni Columbas
MAT. TO MM, .Ml?*. 7.V. A Heat Seats ?I.Oil.
Ml KAIL MORDKINi, J,,:
? Direct from th- Ifetropolltaa Opera Hou*e>
And the His Miifi- ??u___ M_-l__i_,N ?"*''"'
ral Entertainment f 8F_ IlOlfillO ?*ast
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To-'mor", 2 20. ' 1116 M| 111 OH to 11 :?'.'?
BEGINNING NKXT MONDAY. FEB. 19.
POPt I.AH MATINFF.H TIE?. * THl K.V
Fntlre Oreh. $1.0?: Fntltre lt.l,.?, .?i??,-.
?VEHT END. 12'tli W ofSth Axe. Kh'h ? 1 :.'
Mat ro m xv THF < llOt OI.ATF HOLOIER.
Hani Week. THF Mil I ION
YA I C GLEE CLUB
At s 1* r m Breed na Ilia am Waldorf
Astoria Tickets 12. Ees sal? t.v Ti?"!!'.?
In Waldorf, or James C. Au, hin, 1,,..
Tel .-.."",7?? Hector. ?5? Broadway.
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/ JOOBF NTK.A\SK\. <*ondurtor \
I ( urnecle Hall. This Afternoon .11
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I Dvorak Pusllmnuiii?, *\x m|i|?. 1st Tim?*
I siindnv 'ft. f-ololMi, Katharine (?o-mUoii.
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1*l!fclT I If ni?. ' tu * - :;?. ! en Pale
Kv??Veb. 1? Int DURBAR Mnem:.o?
That old saw about saving
?money still goes.
For men of all sizes.
Especially for slim men anrj
youths ivh? may not have real?
ized that the sale is for them
Vet to-day there are in th?.
sale some 1300 suits of the t'?nir
youths' sizes, 32 to 85 ehest.
Beside thousands of larger
Mixtures and Berges.
Winter and Summer
Sa- i nos of ?^T.OO, (10.00 <ind
$18.00 on the majority fit' suits
Savings of $8.00, $10.00 and
?$12.00 on the majority of suits
Rogers Peet k COMPANY,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th 9t
M XX VORh -. I I H?IN(, I IM \ IKK?i
FIIPIRF rt-'adway an.I40?h S' I
-.r-iriiii. Ma,? To-mw. Wed & Pah H
nOIBI.K BILL?AN AM. Mili C?St
In J. M BARRIES .;? ,- Mil, El TV.
A BLICEII ?'MEL BAHIU MOKE
iHt,* IIPP i JOHN BABRli MOKE
4JV Lilrl*- II HATTIK I- II I I \ M?.
T? ETHEL B?RRYMORE SKF
I Y (HUM *3?h St. and B'wa
- ' >-*?? * Thur? .- _??
II TIMES ??NL.Y
A MARGARET _a ?
cm inn *? i; way
("ULI Ulf M.-its T'm w.Wed ,
Mats Tm w.Wed * Feb 99, 2 18
I I Sll K| THE FIRST
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IIADDIC West UM S'r-et Evcnl
nAnnid M ? - Toma X Thars 1:31
BEST ACTED PUT IN TOWN
u une nu ; ' Eves. 818
NUUdUrf M it? T tnv. U--d A Peb 99. 2 15
"REMARKABLE v. TIN?; ?'? T?He?-ram.
MME. SIMONE EK?!"
"THE lllll RN Ht??M JERI S.I ? M '
r**n*? *Ev.S;10 M.?*s Tm'w.Wed 4 Feb 22
The Quaker Girl ;
PDITCQinU y ?rat " 44th *
bill I tniUll M.ts r-m-.v.W.t & F"b 99
KM< KKHHOI KEIL K s SSth St
Tin ?Wert ? Fet ? .. at 9
ft 0TI5 r^,
TICKETS <?N BALE TO "VTRII
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The Trail of tho Lonesome Pine
________ Charlotte Walker
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LIDCmi Milts Tom'W Wed *F*h M
A GENUINE HIT.
C AH ILL
THE OPERA BILL
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r? ale TV B'-* ?y. ?"?"h Stra?*l I
U AI til ifatarm'w.Wad a i-"?-' -'-"- ;"
Another Cohan <<-- Harrli sm-,? #%#%_P%
th.- Fix or |?|??
with ii^'rae N.l.lt ,-ird \*> :?ll:ice K'lditlger.
G a n ? S i' IBtTn Bt E? ?90
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IN BROA BW WS BH.I.EST
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OVER?. THE KIVER
wit?-. THF. OKI t CABARET en tl ? ffAOl
MXIHKK In NEW DAWKS,
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F?-e S |?i \| it Sit 1 13.
!ST TI.MF. l?i.-q--^? su, ?-ess *? or^A
-n.llvldu.-l star In .",?' ?ear?.
1 and lilt
The mus?? .it tan >? triumph
THE LITTLE Mil I IOV %IRE.
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LAUT It TIMES. and'h- M. ' ?!
RAYMOND HITCHCOCK jf?j ?V.?mr
The Hth Wonder ?f the World.
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<r VT8 ON BAI E 1'P "" ' M *R**H ?"?>__.
SB? ?RLISS ,N D?SRAE? (
rilAU/ Madison Square wrew
?DC I ICI*? A '*' '? 9t n? . H ? Eri
BtLAOuU Mata Thurs and ttt.' I'll
DAVID BELA8CO pra*?nts l?\MP
1 THE WOMAN
-( \KMi,U HAU
ucm "PA RIS" SUM? EKE. 1:11
new r?nio MQN M?T ||j
fipl.'I^A i'iione? -1 vit ?u cj Mh'M) Hill
I7ri_l\?*i BATS F?t|< 1 V .;:?.?.?SPA
?nh'A'rS ',:"i' K ?EATS F??i; KISUST
Jt^.r\ I ?J Normandie Howl R'w ,4 .'or If
w??r"s! - 50 WOMEN stars m
?"IIhII.v Mst. tfte. ! t.oto, Kalmar * t?r..wn.?t*;
HIMMERSTEIN'S I'.'-ssA Fen???? .imkTia
,..i p. !>-. -.-- $i ney, "Mj l.sax ? ran- )
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CnailC??>V 0|-' Ml??'. I" .????nd ***? '
Ab?UCml Ulas' IIMM1 VAIENTf**?
?pvrKTi-t'MiAT-? am. nri'M'iiirTioXj
' for The Tni' -me i.-,?t.e,| at th. ir l-pto?-n nr-c
No I"?;? nroad??v l.t??*?n :i??h snl '"'t* '":
until 1* ?.?l'?K T **?? A'lvertl^ments rwelv--?* ?*
the folloivln? hranoh office? at t>Kular ????-* r?*"
until S o'clock P "' ? *?""?: '?'*''' *"h avf., ? ?? **"? ,
?UM ISS 6th ave ,or. l_th st. , 101 K??? '*?
ii -.T w.-.? ?2d ?? . between 7tb uni Hih sv^. j
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