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BIND AND GAG MAN:
1001 SAFE OF $4*500
Four Masked Robbers Enter
Club in Broad Daylight and
Overcome Waiter.
BRING REVOLVERS INTO PLAY
Leave Victim So Firmly Bound
That He Struggle! Half an
Hour Before Being Able
Even to Call for Help.
Armed with revolverg and w<
Mark musks thai entlrelj roncealed
th**ir features, four men forced open ?
?fife in ill? room? ol the Saratoga Club,
?i organization occupying three room?
en the second il'?-'- of No. '.''?? XVetd 27th
street, between I'? and 11 oVl?
tarday morning and took Jewelrj
at $4.200 ..iid S;;???? in ? ish, ifter which
they made thi ',''"' ?robt-ery
-aus c-emmitted after .\itred Luftgarten,
,-. wait? r employ?***- In the rlub, who a u
aslaep in the r?.o?,i where the wfe i.I.
ha?) been gacped nrul tied i" a couch.
Hall an hour after th?' departure of
the men Luftgarten succeeded In remov?
ing the nat* end shouted for help His
? rie? were heard b) two men who
arranRins s-ti>? K In the clothing store of
Oetrelcher Brothera. ??n the p:r< >i i ml floor
o? the building Thej freed him, an ?
l uftgarten hastened to th
t ported the robbery to Patrolman Con
t ell. of Hie Teinh rloln station.
The rash taken from th?' sate wag Ihe
t roperty ol I ?a* Id Bei netein and
end ?Louis Bovlner, proprietors of Hi ?
?lull. The Jew? iv which ronslsted of
nues, earrings and stickpin**, a-ith die
iiimul and other setting?; was tho rtrop
rri*. "f til?** Bovinere.
Aboul ?'??'??1 "'?lurk yesterda* morning
Met-nstein rlosed the reetaurahl on Hi**
.;?l floor ?m! left the three rooms oc?
cupied by Ihe Saratoga Club i". charge
"f Luftgarten, who has i>^? ti employed
there i-e?,?-.'-'?! ?ni.iMiip. After sweeping
the floor ol the front room and arrang?
ing the cooking utensils in the kitchen In
ihe rear, Luftgaiten went t" sleep on >
.??lull m h small partitioned room be?
tween the dining room and the kitchen.
Gagged and Bound to Couch.
Almut In o'clock he was awakened,
and saw unir men, all "f whom had re
volvers, bending over him. Urn .>r the
men, who spoke with a Oi*eek accent,
placed Ihe ?barrel of g n <yol*t er ?
the waiter'g head and t??M him t" make
no outcry. The others took a sheet, tore
it Into snips and securely tied Luft?
gaiten to thi couch. His shlrl was
twisted and thrust in his mouth. He
was ?is?? blindfolded wit it a strij. ??:' i loth
tied tightly about his head.
Three <>f the men, Luftgarten later
told the police, spoke Hebrew. He heard
the safe being dragged from a corner of
the partitioned room and laid on a pile
<.f bed clothing. He heard the men drill
a hole In the thin sheet of steel that
covered the outer ?loor. The thin steel
covering was torn away with a jimmy,
revealing a block of cement, wiih which
the interior of the front door was filled.
t'ne. of the men laughed.
' w hy, this Job Is so eas* ! ha
tackle it." he said.
Luftgaiten heard the Inner dooi ol the
gale being drilled and torn away with a
small crowbar. He then heard th?*- clink
?.f sliver coins. After making sure thai
ihe waiter wai - bound and
?gagged the four men lefl the room, -.ik
ing with them a plush coven ?** con?
taining the Jewelry and a canvas bug
? ontaining -**"."'1
Slips Gag After Struggle.
Luftgarten heard Hi?' men i Io
door leading from aurunt into
Hi?- s 11 und floor hallway. He attempted
in free his hands, bul his efforts were
without avail. He then undertook :he
ing Hi?' mis it'.iii ?between
his teeth. He twisted his head and sue?
i-eeded In loosening the U n ? -t t ? ?? 1 rag.
After struggling for hall an houi h? r?e
moved the gas sufficiently t?> call for
help.
When need the waitei glanced Into
the safe, and found thai nothing ?>!' value
had been lefl In it by the robbers. Scat
i on the floor were two Jimmies
ihr?c i??< t In length, drills of various
dimensions and a length <>f pip?' which,
Hie detectives lielieve, was used in con?
junction with the Jimmies as n lover.
Commissioner Poughert* i ? ?< >k charge ol
the inveal k.c Ion.
HASN'T HEARD VICTIM DIED
Boy Scout To Be Arraigned To?
day for Slaying Lad.
Twelve-year-old Maltiaad Jar-vis, of No.
?'iay avenue, The Bronx, who was ar?
rested al i o'clock Bumta) morning at his
home tor th? killing of Henry Luckhardt,
years old, of \?.. ? '?'<?'? Third avenue,
will not know until he is arraigned before
Coroner Bchwanneck?- to-day thai his \ 1? -
I i in is dead.
Y.Mpniay the Boy Hcoui turned m i??*i.?
? M'''.!tt.-ii and ask? ?: "Ho? is l ? ? - V '
"He i*- ni., ii? Injured,"
replied the detective.
Young .lai vi seem? d rell? r? d
Mi- Ifaarlce Jar-tis a I? ken
over Ihe affair she could nol understand
tie** h?*r I -urn of the
fatal rifle.
"Mainland d? ?? r own? da a an
air gun." sh? gald, "and tius iras thrown
away t\?.<> ?/?tan a??., when it gol out of
?Tiler."
Ths poHee iearn.ii tii.u tin i.ov ii.id bor?
rowed the rifle frog. ? family In KTtii
-?treet. near Park avenu?-. This was late
on Satuniav afternoon, after young Jarvls
returned from a hike with ih. John if. M< -
tlellaii Ca?n?. ol Bo-JI .*?'
Jame? (?:. West, chief scout executlv? ?.f
? ti. Boy fleouts <>f America, Issued a state
meal last rii^lit, saylnx:
Krom a personal tnveatlgatlon ol th
?it ! found that Maitlaii'l Jar?:-. .,.
? i Of If??' si,Olllll .
organization in The Ureas dabnlng t?> bs
n which is ?n n?. u.,\ iden?
Uii.'l with the Hoy Scouts of Ants
Tin Boy - ? (.??finitely
?>*<l to bo.
ot their equipment, und .i time
and ???Bin to enroll tr"??i>? of bo)
n?-<-t''<! witi, oil.' r m?' mil i
arm?*, hav?- been permitted unless they gave
uj? the un?- of the i il'?' a
????out ? ?julpri ? '
INCREASE FOR SILK WORKERS.
Ifega than two hundred of the six huo
iii' d Klrlx employed at tin- RchWai ',-/.? nlmeli
'i silk mills. I!.i\'iiii? .?t..
airik?- hiivA returned <" work with an m
< rea** in wh??'s. Th?' four hundred
?l> 1'iandn Ie the 1!; at t-ullln"
Inrreagi ol tirai sad s
half i??r ill overt! me. The demands were
reject?! by th. linn. '
MATZOTHS FOR THE POOR|
-
Organization Aids Coming Celt
bration of Passover.
One week Monday, **p?-ii I,
the Jews of this clt) will begin the celebra
Mod ,,i Hi.- Feas! "i i he i'.,--"-- ? The
flrsl sedar nigh! Is celebrated onlj !>) n
i Jews, and Ihe orthodox members ??f
the reliai?.lebrate Ihe flrsl two days.
The Paaaover lasts for eight ?lavs, dui ng
ahlcli period the Jawi abataln from "?11
bread taking In its- plac? matsoths.
? f the poor Jewish familias "f
il,., i-.., - . anno! afford to buj M ? ta
ths, i!??- various Jewish ?oe__tl__
throughout the city win distribute thou-|
..; pounds of the unleavenad braad j
free to ihoae who aak tor it. The leading
organization In this work of distribution la
the I'liitnl Hebrew Community, which yea? I
give awaj ?"??>.???' poundi of
tli. to the i.r from the headquar?
i the organisation, at No UB Baal
Bioad -?
More than one thousand poor families ap?
plied .-m the headquarters yesterday and
? i maat, sugar and wine.
-, Lamport, presiden! of the organ!
/..,.,,,,, |,|. ? , Ifrtrll utlon. The
., h. ? ...u . ommunll j wag aided In
the work l> the Edward Rosensteln As.o-1
,,? \., 181 Brooi i< strt et, the Kra
tj \,,i Rocletj Hint ?Mlicr down
tnwn ' ns
h ?.. g par! ?if the las of Ihe Feaal of the
? no dishes ? hlch are user)
be ii?c?i during this noil
consequently, many Jewish families
,\ new chlnaware to-da) and during
? ... a ? ,-k
the Passovei Is virtually the Jewish
- Hu women will _ilr.rn them
?ter bonnets, an?l the
Orand - : ? ? ? t me
awaiting Ihe advent of Ihe buyers with a
?
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SEES i\IO HOPE IN SUFFRAGE
Jersey State Charities Expert
Says Women Are Bad as Men.
' T.? I
\ ? . M.-r ?i ' ' .-.inte?.
Is ?even time? .< kna\i and seventeen
different km?!, of a fool, I am nol convinced
thai Ihe nmdtll? I ,-?... nta
tlve government will i?- unmuddled by
woman when he gets the vote, as -
evllab i iid Royal Meeker, president
??f the State Conference of Charities and
urn!, m It? n ? s- rnion here this
afternoon, il?- digressed briefly from hli
_nmpnt nf the publii school system to
talk about woman suffrage, which he ;.n?J
he believed In.
"I rannoi see thai woman hu? demon
strated hci superiority over man In ihe
I managemen! of affairs," he continued.
"Judging bj hei success In managing her
hold, she has prot ed she beai -
'
man that men and
woman are flrsl and foremost human and
??inly secondarily him! subordinated mall
. nd ft tiiiiii-."
Tl ?- Rev. Hastings II. Hart, head of Ihe
?Child Saving Department of the Russell
Koundatloi : thai 111*- man
who throws a quarter to the vagrant li on
the --Mu?? level with the vagrant He would
etter t?? harden his hi ? ? t and refuse it.
Intelligent l?ij? t?? tli? need) is th< requisite.
If the rlcti would tr.? as much proportion?
ately a^ do tin- poor philanthropy would
!i;i\r boundless ieaoui? i s.
TWO WOMEN KILLED BY GAS
Had Been Dead Six Hours When
Ambulance Arrived.
Two women WOTS found dead from lllu
? initiating gas In rooms on the first floor
of a >ix story tenement house at No. 50
? WUHamsburg, yesterday after
noon. They were Mrs Hannah Cohan, a
widow, sixty-seven jmrs old. and Mrs.
Minnie On ss. eighty years old. Mrs Cohen
lay daad in b?ed and Mrs. Gross on a couch
G - had escaped from a rubber pipe which
ha?! becoihe disconnected from ?? small k^s
?tova
A family living over the rooms occupied
by Mi Cohen was the Brst to dated ihe
<,? ? ? of escaping gas. It vas soon learned
thai the troubla was in Mr- Cohen'i apart?
ments and Patrolman Carroll, of the Btagg
?tree! station, who wai summoned, forced
?Vhen he discover? -I the
- .-.-ut for an ambulance from the
1 William.-!' irg Ho p '-'1
FOOTPADS FRIGHTENED AWAY
Two Brooklyn Mm Assaulted Within
Short Distance of Each Other
An ?d man attack? d Joasph
? i ? ,?,iniai?, ;? 'lonffxhoiVman, ai No 46 Clay
Ureenpolnt, In Clay street, near Man?
liattan svenue, earls >? terday morning.
Th< assailant had pen concealed In a dark
doorway, and when he Jumped on the h ng?
shoreman he blHckJacked him with one
hand and with the other began to choke
\ ? i? lormai fell t hi int wai
.... rough his pockets whan fo t
evidently frightened him. and he dis
appeared In the direction of Newtovrn
A patrolman ? l the tireenpolm avenue
station wai attracted bj O'Uorman's groan?
.H,.i immoned ??i? ami the
i.i tern District Hospital, and after Mng
?i?: l ?i Schwai t/.. < >'< torman ?.. i nl
i am? .
Otto I'enstel, a mechanic, ?if No. >.'.'? Park
? I \ i' tim ai Lacked yi s
I? n! i morning, ^ Ithin ?i short distance o
ihe r l| I'eiislel t.. 1 I I!,, police
that hi '.-..n hi? way home, when ? n in
jumped oui from s dark doorway and ut?
il. I >r. _reenwaid, . f th ? Will
I lainsUurs Hospital, found I'enstel In a msrl
1,11.-. condition, and ?anted (?? ink- him t<>
il-?- li . ? Ital, i ' i the man .?--keii to ;,?- t,,k.-i,
. horn?
CONDITIONS GOOD IN SOUTH
i James M. Speers Addresses Fifth Ave?
nue Bible Class.
Jam? M Speer? vice-president of the
firm of James Mci'utcheon _ Co., ad
dreawHl the Bible claaa of the Fifth Avenue
Baptist Church yeaterda. Hi spoke on
Tin Men and Religion Forward Move?
ment," -?"?I t?'1 ? 1 of the good wmk being
aplfshment b) the movement, purlieu
larlj in the South, where ha said, social
nduatrtsl conditions ' ??i I ? n vastly
; f|)|l|'ll\ I d.
I The annual election ol officers ol the
rBible ?lass will be held this week. John l>.
| Rockefeller, Jr., present vice-president ? i
i the class, ??il be a candidate toi reflec?
tion. Opposing him will be Arha < *.
I Thomas ? popular member of the Sunday
school ?
KANGAROO IN CHURCH CROWD
Melba E-capcs from Circus and C.pirs
in Madison Square.
the co-operation ?if
h. prcas agents Dextei FMJowaa said m
the trained kangaroo of
H? Barnuui fl Bailey show, escaped from
tin Madison Square Garden yest?
afternoon and capered nimbly around
Madison Bquar?, running Into the eongr*.
gatlon coming out i?r Dr. Psrkhurst'i
hut- h.
l'i?l?n Wliih ami I May, Luili
illana, _?-r,- sluing talking over old
j ihn** in Sydney Hi,?t Melbourne with the
I kangaroo. Suddenly th.- animal leaped
I lightly to Cleopatra** glided thron?, al ins
I arena. Then ?he ran
': ""?':' ?nd all ?>,. the quare, ?hile
'' Paiithurirt'a .gregation stoppod -i?i
Wink ii-w ..m.. MelL
i hiiaiiy mad.- _ r?>?thuii ta-kic ihat landed
1 her.
HOLD MANY MEETINGS
Brooklyn Mon and Religion For?
ward Movement Active.
??** . *jgs*gAMsJsaAtrtes*m. ??' .
SERVICES WELL ATTENDED
Elaborate Plans Made for Con
servation Congress in New
York Campaign in April.
The Brooklyn Men in?1 Religion Forward
?Movement conduct?**. nineteen regular
meetings yesterda)*, and many special ser
vlees were also held hi various chtlrchee
The Mgy-esl meeting was held at the A?*a?l
einy of Music al I o'clock in Ihe afternoon
M?.ie than two thousand men attended
The Fp'-aki^r wa* PVed H Smith. M
wat furnished by th?- IsgoeUttlon 'j'iartet
nuil th-- mai. rhorus of the Brooklyn Sun
day ?School Choir This meeting Was i"*ld
under th?* auspice-? ,,f thi Young Men's
Christian Association.
Testerda) was ..ne r?f the red letter days
of th,-> "?isTM-da' eampeign which started
lust Tuesday. Many church*** conducted
s|.?*?*?hI prayer meetings al I '7;. o'clock in
' ? morning, Tho nineteen regular meet?
1res came at I o'clock In the afternoon.
Meetings for the nldoi boys ?i?rc h'-M in
of the thirteen districts int.? which
I th" workers have divided the borough,
1 \; the game time mass meetings for men
were held at four branches "i thi Young
Met Chrlsl .Hon. TW He\ Pi.
S Pafrkes Cad man spoke al ihe Bedford
branch, th? i;. ** Dr PVancli t"ike spok<
ai the Eastern EMstrlcl branch, Robeti H
i Id? ? ipoki si the Qreenpolnl branch and
W Y. Biederwolf al thi 31th Ward branch
Another ma.-s meeting for men was held
at the Bridge Btreel African Methodist
i pli opal Church. There W R. [??ne
Spoke.
At 7 o'clock in ihe evening man) of ih?
? burches hi i?i special praj er meet ?
the pastors conducted services foi m?
boj afterward The meeting all over Ihe
t '?rough \s. re well attended.
Much work Is planned for to-?iH. and to
morrow. A great number of meetings ????'?i
be held m the thirteen districts and al vs
i i.iiis schools to-day. To-mono**? the work?
er. will hold several conferences, ihe linai
one to i" held at the < '??utral Congrega*
tloi .il < in.! h. .n :? ... lock In Ih? ? vi ning,
when all the workers will gel together pjr
the Inst timi .
A conservation oi res* will be held In
ICarnegle Hall at the _nd <.f the New v?.rk
campaign of the Men and Religion forward
movement The dates sel for thi evenl sre
April 19 to -i. inclusive. The obj <-t ? ?' the
congress, which will i" national In scope,
is i.? sum up the experience of ths year's
work m the various citi. s of the United
States end to pian foi ll continuance In
other parts of the world.
. jt la hoped llial Pri Idenl Taf1 will
?peak at the opening session of tin con
gresa Otheri who have airead] con
n, deliver I (aw or more of ths
sessions sre Archdeacon Thomas i Mc*
Kadden, of Liv? rpool . J. A. McDonald, of
Toronto; William Jennings Bryan, Bishop
David ll Oreer, Bishop W llllam Y Mi l ?'>w
cii. the Ret*. Dr, N'ehemlah Boynton, the
':?? Dr. John l'. Carson, of Brooklyn ; John
Mitchell, ?Robert B. Speei I n R. Mott,
Profeasoi i. A btelner, Bookei T, Wash?
ington, Professor George L. Robinson, Ml ?
Jaii" Addaras, of Chicago; th? Rev, Dr.
James E. Freeman, William T fall?
cx-i level nor Northern
Tile Hist ?lav Of the fathering will he
given to the presentation of ths work of
the allied organisations which havs par?
tldpated in the movement and to o
saca upon the formation of practical forms
of international, national sad local so
clstlea
That New v?.:k im-if ma) profll t" th?
fullesl ? ? ".d th.t ai ilaitors
may hear ti"- platform speakei
of meetings for the presentation <>f the
various tupi?- will be held glmultani
with the congress, al wl leh all the r?gulai
speaken on the original programme will
appear. The plac-ci -et spart f?.i
na*i si pr? i nl Include Ihe iiftli Ave?
mi" and Central ?Presbyterian chi
L'ai vary Baptist I'hurch and Ih? Broadwa
Tabernacle.
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE
fal-nlAI ?B? .M.MAN AC
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rrioon'i age, 7
HIGH \\a. R
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.IS .?:. 13 ?u
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11? : Qati . 1:51 . ??.
WIRELESS REPORTS.
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7:18 U ?i
i?, ? r- ? t lo ?opIi i m "?da ? fer. noon
i Rand t Il""K si 7 i*. a m ?? ?
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'ri .? ITranlum, r. poi I? d .'i 10 i?t of
Hook ?? 4:40 p m t? Ik ? ?p* t? i
t.. .i ? i. ii.i forenoon,
INCOMING STEAMER?,.
TO DAT
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? Ki-nonland Vntwerp. Marrh N | i,
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? ffen** up.m ? B? '.". Ida, Mai h v
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tl . ,1-ondon Man h ?*
I Ira?- ''?< rwa, M o'li 12 . Italian
llungai inn I'riii' ?? i : ? .Lo . i*i in? a
.. Marrh 18 H
Rata? la Hamburg. March t. .11*
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... Turk? I ?.lam?, Man h 21 ciyd?
t:. hainbeau. Havre, Marrh Ifl . . .French
p H burg. Marrh II II
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Ban Ja Into Hal **at??n, Man 1 20 Mallorv
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Man li 11
Kl Rio .?;.ii?'-st..ii. March 21 -?? ' ? ?
Mn awl la? k?on? llk Man h 24
Ban Jacinta
?Brins* malt,
CUTGOINC 3TKAMERS
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Tl'EHOAY. MAKI H M
t'inan Panama 11 40 a m S-00 p m
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TRANSPACII'IC MAILS
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Un?' all (via :,:,?, ;.i
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Jkpmi. I'c.e.i, i'l.ltia I'hlln.plnra
i'i ? '?? rial Bmpeaaa of Japan Mar ..?. 6 ao
Tahiti lalaads,
N*w /?alan.1 Australia (via
Ki.n I-e1 Mallai .Mar. 2fc *Jg
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?*?"? .Apr. _, ? .0
James f?cCreery & Co,
23rd Street 34th Street
On Monday and Tuesday,
March the 2_?th and 26th.
BLANKETS and COMFORTABLES. In Roth Stores.
White Blankets with pink or blue
borders. Full size. ...."?O and .'..OO per pair
Silkoline Comfortables, new patterns.
Cotton filled. 1.50 each
Comfortables,?figured Swiss tops with
plain borders. 2.50 each
HOUSEHOLD LINENS, Tn Roth Stores.
Satin Damask Table Cloths.
1.85, 2.50 and 3.00
usual prices 2.75, 3. SO ?nd 4.25
Napkins to match.
2.25, 2.50 and 3.00 dozen
usual yi^c 3.00, 3.SO ind 4.oo
Madeira hand - embroidered T e a
Napkins. 4,50 per dozen
u<ii.il price H.oo
Hemstitched Huckaback Towels.
2.90 dozen
usual pri? e -l.oo
Embroidered Bed Spreads.
4.00 and 5.50
James McCreery & Co,
23rd Street 34th Street
Boys! Big Boya and Little
Hoys'!
Sit you down and read!
This week is our Hoys' Week
and you're specially invited to
coiiie to any one of our stores
and see the good things in store.
Sounds like Christmas, hut
it's just ;ui informal Spring
opening of everything weVe
leathered tor hoys.
The newest of nice clothes,
hoys will wear I his Spring, and
of course, hoys' furnishings,
huts and shoes.
Hut best of all
Mr. ?Piala, the Arctic ex?
plorer who looks after our
Sporting (?ootls. has arranged
a complete show of tin- best sort
of things for having fun out?
doors, for baseball, tennis.
Scout work, and ?ill soils of
games.
Boy Scouts will lind it spe?
cially interesting for weVe not
onlv the official uniforms, hats,
breeches and haversacks, hut
field glasses, cameras, bicycles,
tents, compasses, first aid to the
injured equipments; everything
boy scouts need.
\1 r. Fiala and his assistants
are on hand to answer any ques?
tion on camping ami sport,
from suggesting trips to ,.<l\ ?s
ling on camp rations.
Happy to siiou you every
thing whether you want to buy
now in* not.
Kooths Pkot Com PANY,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St 13th St. 34th St
i
! ... tip. Wanda. laaMaa lui
anda, Htm Zealand, Australia ?O?
Victoria! /?? ,i'.n,ll ? . . .. Atril 12. 0:30
SHIPPING NEWS
' Port of New York, Sunday, March 24,
1912.
I BRI VED.
mar Chrlatopbai iBr?, llanaoa March 7.
I'.n i 1.1 and Barbado? 17. lo lb? Booth s-?
lit.--, ?nil 82 pa?acligara and mdac. Arrl
? i.i i |, m
s? ? a i ? i ? i Manual Calvo iBpani, Ver* erua
Man-h 14. Cuarto Mailro 17 and Matanaa? m,
lo il?, I'orapanta Traaatlantk-a, ?ni? us cabin
16 ni.-i.i_- paaaangc-ra and maac, Irrlvcd
Bar -?i i i? m
i'.r i. Pacoamanr ? No?
Ionia i |i.-i?ii ;',n. Kidney, N 8 W. .lan
I nao li. Natal PVtbruary m .ml HI l_icla IS, ta
I'm.. h. (?:?!%. a ???!. ?nil mdac. Xnchorad la
? .??i iranl In? -i ?? 30 p m
.team*-i Manrhloncal (NorI, Baaoa, |o tha
: l-'i m- '???. ?nli rruli \i-, hored l"
(juaiantln? .it ?i .'??' p m
si..,in,.|- Cubana i Cuban ?, Matanaa? March
v i'an barloa 13. ate, to Iba Mupam
?ltd Hu?ur \ii. i.,,i,-,i la Quarantln? al
! 7 I" )? m
???-i ?iiv >?f \ t i.i h t... Bavaanah Man li
-i. to Un i ?? ? hi Ba ?'?? ?nil paaamgen .uni
i'uK?. .i in Qua ran tin? ;ii B IS ?? m.
BU ???i. Newport N.-wh MM,I N?m ?
full?, in ih<- ?>lii Dominion Pa Co, with ?
? i-, (juarantln? ?t .? lo
I'hllad? Iphta, to Hi* i'i1.1.
i alili tmU-. i'.- ?? i in Qaaranila?
f, :*i i, ii
tsU-aiiur Antlu-b^kou lili i, 1'Iillad? lytii?,
AMUSFMENTS.
tNIrl?lt Mal - v.. ! ai d Mal - Bl
BEGINNING TO-NIOHT KT N BHARP
V Oliver Twist
?llii-r. I,yn Harding;
? ? -, ,i -.? n
uiincnu '' ?va. i m
niUu un
lOMOK'W M?.HT al Bllfl (PIRST TIME?.
THE RIGHT '? HAPPY
DOROTHY liONM.I l.*i
and Mi Ml M? BREEBE.
FULTON ."'"." ?J??S
Whiteside ..a Typhoon
HARRIS
TI ur?
THE TALKER
PARK
NE DUIKER GIRL
(9th Bl B*wajr, i ??inmim? Clrcla.
r:\ s in \\.,i ?fa) ,Baal Beata 11.SO.
with
i-LI ETON
n wvi-imD
ORITERI?N S ??^r:r.:.-;.!;?
LOUIS MANN '"ASSSiS
rwrni "MATTY mi,n i " i m BBbAY,
LAInfl tl ?Haooboll Cabawt.*'
KM? hi.KIUM ___:*_. Broadwa ti i Mth ?
on?NNEf? HS3nCI
NEW .MSTtROAM ?!...'? ?>'??..'. !_ V_.
TO-NIGHT, < -li i. n i? Ml 0:1S sharp,
KI.AW *. V.V.I. v.V.KH ?III |in-_?nt
rm; m;u mi BIO \i. i i ?mi:hv
THE MAN FROM COOK'S
a French of Maurice Ordonnoau. Ebb?
Hal Bo? k A Lyi - ? H nry Bloaaom, Mualc
!?? H.,\ mond liubb? ? - B< n Teal
I IDCLlTV '-' ' Bl m B'waj Eve? at 8 I"
LI DLn I I \\.,| Mat.2:lB. B*at Beata f 1.80
HENRY
ILLER
THE RAINBOW
m A I THOMAS,
Tha) ari- coming In crowd? 10 ???i? It.
which Hho?? ?firr ?ill that Ne?
York'? heart I? in ihi- right plan-.
\n entertaining play ?uh n mrsnuKi?
-.\ ??i i h eonelderlng, and ? r?--ii plai
for real people.
P/tlCTV I ' ' i''?"1 Sl Erfi I ".?i
UniC I I Matine?? Wad and Bat al _ .;??
Cohen A Harria Bucceea *\ *\ **.
i'upld plu ? CCI?
OFFICER ODD
With l.iiirR. Nmh and Wallaea Kdillngcr.
AI flQE Broadwai ;""' ?",l1 s' |;' s -"
ULUDC Matinee? Wed *n?l Bat.. 3:30
enmc env n ovbr thk riyer.
CUUIC rUI will i IBARKT Miow.
Kpn, |h| Profeaalonal Matin?? Thuraday.
METROPOLITAN \\\\\V.
lo-niahi ?? : .in MMatarafcagw. Gadakl,
Wli-kham; Blcsak, Wall, Grlawold, Oorlta,
Relaa, Hlnahaa < !ond., Toa? anlnl
Twa. Mg. al S Bpaclal PaiTca Duutiie mil
Car. Kn-.Hi nil? and l'agita?-?-!. Daatlnn, Altan,
Maubourg; I'aruao, Martin, (mato, Qllly,
Wet, al - IB Itiiitrrllv. Parrar, Pornla;
Ha? ?m s? ottl, Bada i on ' . Toacanln!.
Than.al 7:30 Walkurre. Prematad Morana,
II..MI-1 . J?rn, Grlawold, Ruyadael. ?'?iinl.. Herta
Cri. .?i I >l?ina. Homer, Pornla; Martin,
Relaa, Grlawold, Murphy, Hlnahaw, Wither
?poon, Ruyadael cono., iii?rt_.
Nat. Mat. ui '.' Manon. Parrar; Caruao, Ollly,
Rothler, li laa, Hegurola. fond., Toacanlnl
UM. at 0 Pop Price? Tunnha.ui.rr. Morena
i'-ii tad; Blesak, Well, Wltherapoon -ilertx.
Nrvl Moa. ,i t Mon*. I'aal ??> i
MAI! I ?MAN PI Wh C8ED.
CO! ON I At I Mr ****** m?ttri A Co..
!_LL/lll/\L ThaPlanophlendaJlayTully
? ..??!> Ma!.'.'.*>??? ?< ' '?' ? IM-Ii.- Leonard.oth?.
Af MAMR <A I **me. Bertha Kuli.-h a ( <>..
Ln?_lD1R Maci . | Bradford Co.!
I)ail> Mat. '*??? i I ni' ? Guorite, ?.tlior..
March S3, to Barber * Co, In ballaat t..ft
Quarantln? al 7 :S0 i? m.
Bteamer Kentuoklan, Puerto Mexico March
13 .uni Philadelphia 33, lo ill?- American
Hawaiian s? Lin?-, ?nil mdae. Arrived ?it tha
Bai .ii li SB ?i m
Bteamai Campania (Br), Liverpool March
n, .i QueonatoWn 17. t?i tha Cunard Pa Co,
Ltd, with OS ii'-' -""I 3TB aeeond cabin and his
-i,. ? ige paaa i ? t ? ? ? >. malla and mdae. Arrived
,i the Bar .it I:in ?i m.
Bteamer Commodore Knllina t.N?r>. Port
Limon, ?t?. lo ill? Hamburf-Am*rlcan Une,
with paaaonfem und mdae, anchored li? ynn
milm al li in i? m.
Band] Hooh N .1 March 34. 9:30 p m Wind
mod?rai? bn ??/.- . ra?ala?: iiil?-k nff
?hore; ll_hl ??-u.
.-?.am. i 1711er iNor), Demorara, t?? Ih? Munaon
-.. c,,, with lugar. Anchored In ?jiiai-antin?- at
7:'J.*i |i m
BAILED.
Bteamer? Idaho IBr), Mull; Wardenfela
, . .Iglera; \ ?ir. t'aatl? ?Hi?. Capa Town;
r.,mu,n? i ? m i. i'i|"- Town: Blythewood ihn.
Newport Now?; Delaware, Philadelphia; Cym?
i,, , Bi ?. Liverpool
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
I it ft I \ BD
Aleaandrlu. March '-'l ?Vilil. IBr?, No? v?nu
1,. ? lona ? uni Naploa
Taatnei, Marcl -'i lAiaitaalu, Nea fork for
?i n.i ni-1 Liverpool, ?;ii? reportad in
ii i, _?aph ni'.' lalloo wael .it i
ii m. Due PlahdCUard about B i? m Monda)
Southampton, March 34 Bl i.mii?h. New York
i ; ? i, and i 'in-? i"inr?.
KAILBD
- n a m Mu. i? 34, 12 S3 i> m M? n
lam.? ?Mi? (from Liverpool I, N? u York.
iWaathar prevented ambarfctai i?u.--s? m;-fi
and m_ilo._
James McCreery & Co,
23rd Street ' 54th Street
SILK DEPARTMENTS. In Both Stores
??McCREERY SILKS'*
Famous over half a Century
On Monday anil Tuesday.
March the 25th and 86tlk
Sale of yard wide Summer Dress Silks.
A large variety of hairline or pencil
stripes in Navy Bine and White or Black
and White. 85c per yard
valus 1.2.***
12,000 yards of superior quality, double
width. Printed Foulards and Satins, in
choice novelty designs and colors.
1.65 per yard
v ,ilim 3.00
WASH DRESS GOODS. ja Both Stores
Commencing*- Monday, March the ?.'?tli.
15,000 yards White and Colored Im?
ported Ramie Linen Suiting in the latest
Spring shades, also White or Black. 46
inches wide. 48c per yard
\ Bat o Ac
Bordered .Materials, consisting of Im?
ported French Woven Voile, Printed Mar?
quisette and St. Gall Embroidered Swiss.
32 to \~* inches wide. 75c per yard
\ilii- 1.00 to l.ftO
DRESS GOODS. la Both Stores.
On Monday and Tuesday,
March the ?otli and t-Mtth.
."?,000 yards of Imported Wool Serge
in Navy Blue, White or Black. .">4 inches
wide. 1.10 per yard
?..line 2.00
Black Broadcloth,?Spring weight, soft
finish, sponged and shrunk. .14 inches wide.
1.75 per yard
value '?..SO
Imported Black Wool Voile, crisp llnish.
44 inches wide. 95c per yard
v.ilu- I.SO
James McCreery & Co.
23rd Street 34th Street
AM?SEMENTS.
?
\\ ,-ttd-44th I> I) Ml .-' H
MW IM It If \K Btapendoua Spcctaclaa
CIRCUS AROUND THE WORLD
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY^ I"*?'
ot K.I RUBtLIK
WINTER GARDEN "A*ffl[ SfJK
'?iir-iiin n?. .. Bvg | Sh.up. Uoti ?X 3
Matinee T?-rn'*v. Mr, ;r,c. ?ml Bent Heal* 81.
?Illlll. A NIC*HT ....
OK "lrM '** . r.T.^7 , !
*???? O.T\ I'llltHOTM (AITIM,
And other International feature*, -?
BHOlDWiY '??"'"?? B'w*3 * 4i*' Bvgg -? i..
anuaunoi Matine-?] Wed. and .*.?-. ! i J
WEBER & FIELDS *>(J???*
?Hur?.?'- Pake*-*' and "Bunt) Bull?? Btrlnga."
M % MIA IT \\ ? ?p. Ho . ?i'th'A St. \\ r . s | .
THE GIRL FROM RECTOR'S
ILAST HUNDRED TIMES
TAS" THE GAROEH OF ALLAH
:?' il.. Onlury riietttre, g**d Bl ? II \ ??
Phone (MOO ?'"l. Bve.8.Mate.Wed.tpop.',*.-?'
NEXT
Dooi? "
THE Ui\M)
?'W ACTORS' FUNO BENEFIT
aft|***_ B'\*ay and 30th Si i:??--. 1:20
nHLLKuR *> Mat?, w .1 and tal al I M
S? ARLISS in DISRAELI
I ITTI C l-lll> BX V?. of B'way. I>1 -MO Bi
LM ILL Bv| .' - IS Kal s.i' ..; 1! '."
GALSWORTHY'S - THE PIGEON
.-?.??ui Matin??? Tu'?.. Wed .?? I'm .?? 2 :t"
Kennedy'! '-Terrible Meek" and "I'aU-'e of
llmi." K?lllh \V.?nne MhIIIiI??.?? In ??lit ulsy*
? CTflD H * ? ? ?** -?'' Evn.it I.". Mata. Wed.
ftOlUn \ s ,?.'.: i;, (Ved. Mal ?Mc to $1. BO,
A GENUINE
SENSATION !
JAPAN SOCIETY
Exhibition Slower krrangemanl and Qardea?
Ina HOTEL AUTOR, March nth to Slat.
MOMIA*?, MARCH ?*.vril.
Lectvra m. Oha-no-yu (Tea Ce-ramon; >. b)
Mis? A\.-i-il. m 11 :i?*i A M
i..?.tui. ?.'. Ika-bana (Plainer Arrangement),
by Mis? ?varlll. .?i i :>?> P, M
No-mal ??.i ?1 Boneekl K'laaeleal Dancing and
Miniature Uardenlngt, by Mi-i Blattnar. and
Uectura b] Mr? Blattnar, al 1:30 P M
Tt'RHDAV. MARCH MTB.
i'ii.i-ii'-vii i,Toa Ceremony), !"? mi-? Harada,
from _ to 3 I' M
By Special Requeel
No-mal mili Bonaakl (Claaalcal Dancing
and Miniature -bardenlng). by mi*?*? Blatt?
nar, and Lectura by Mr*. Blattnei
I'M
Brahms Festival
Tii- ni"*?t Important concorl areal ?r the
MMTHONV AMI ORATORIO MCUTIM.
Walter Damrageli * prank Damia-*.-?. Cssnts,
K ?> ii r (' ?? ii ?? e r X s .
1st Concert To-Highi, at 3:15
\. ademlc ? h n ten, Kante 11 'horal ?
lei Symphony, Bong ?*r Ti-lumpii <?*h?>r?l>.
"nd (on?er(. Ned. Aft.. Man Ii '.. at 3.
With Mm.'. Malienauer, Bong?.
Mi iiiit'ii'tii?. Piano <-on? ??i<>.
-iniiiiiiiiii No. :i.
m l'ARNROlfl 11 \ I.I
Tl? kota now mi aal? t Bog ? lIBce .*? I j
W .:4 tl I. ?" *?-?
I III ITRK, l.-.tli HI
nil Broad ?s .. ? .
??? Kv? rj
l m?
id una
i.r??n'lim*.'m"** .???? Pni-?to Int SAmfc
JH-THE ool<?ms DURBAR
TOMORROW Miiiir: TOMORROW NIOHT!!
\ I > I > K1 > ATTRACTION,
?THIS MMNK IH BRMRMBKRKU."
PIRHT TlMi; ANY*A HKHK
BliRia OF THE MAINE
? \
H
M'OHT Bl I? IN KM \.'i.|.??l* ,T HAVANA
IMMKRMTKIK'B .(<***?& .-? Pulton, Night
l-.l Si. Hui, _;.< ?$l, ? in K.iikI.sIi Muni? 1UI1,
?'ly Mutn.I'd-00-70c. I _nU 12 other Big Acl?.
AMUSEMENTS.
DALI '?>. M'y _? :'.?ni'. Eva.1 IB Mi? v.
LEWIS WILLEH MONSIEUR BEflUlIRE
Playhouse SftAA Ks %!
BOUGHT ANO PAID FOR
William Coin? > < OMUIV. 41at, E
Bunty Pulls the Strings
_?TH ST. Thea.. 3?-_. m l: , Eve? S IS
A BUTTERFLY WHEEL :
l._ Kit . ?_d, treat of B
mX little boy blue
CABINO, B*j a SMh! Eva! 15 m-v, it.
i/ BARON TRE5.CK
Maiine Mlatl'B Th At >- LB*yAO_ V * '??
rg 5?: TIE BIRD OF P?RANSE
WESTEND. r_.*?th. W. of Bth ? I ? I
!___ THE GAMBLERS
MAW M?DiSOK SO. GARDEN
S 4 l# If
?m-. H
CLEOPATRA
Im? . M
V
in.- MBwaV.
Boj al i imm tt
Japanese _tlil<-lf?
Mili Wirlii.
I ,;,m?i
trteaa? Mi
The . I.plianl
BaaahaN i- ran
ViIhiUkIoii to <5?r fl, en? Baaervad Beata
KverytblM to a 9UC, 7. >
PRIVATE BOX BEAT. |_.M>. Bo? ?..me?
opon ;? v M t,i !? p. m i'hlldren ui
-, ,? Half Prie? ir Afi-riiMon Perfol
?KKOAHM AY III IM K?
GREATEST
SPECTACULAR
PRODUCTION
OF ALL AGES
BRANCH ,?., ??.j
liigl- Val Tlrkel i if
IIAKI EM Ol I li I
TICKET
OFFICFS? '-' w. ia i i.enoai
urriuru. (N. Y. ?
BAME PRICE* WENT HIDE ill III E.
as ?M .RUKD Th? ?? i -h? ?. lut l.eno? K*.
AT MADI.BON BAtff >ll>_. OFFICE*,
sq. OARDEN ? Theo. [<ohr*a, SN Urand Bl
BOX OE?1CB I John Wanainakrr'a .ture.
I.eo. pnUIU Theatre, B*waj 4M -t
m. UUfifll v.\. - i.i m
III- HOT Ml SIC PI.AY.
GEO. M. COHAN '?"?ft*
Kll> HI H\?i li
MINUTE*? FROM
BROADWAY
??aille Etaher a? Mary. "
DCLAawll Mati T* in ai i Bal i '-' 1
l?\\ 11> BEf_\BCO pre?aanta liAtlD
WARPIELD VYVV?M*..'^
republic '-??;,:,. "iv.1:,.^:,;,^'
iv\\ II?
BEI.ABi
| Preaenii
THE WOMAN
5iL lu. B"o il '??.nui.- Ward. Bebt? Sea*
'II lllijvliSiW I. Abingdon. It? .
Iih M,,i -j.i-.'.ii. ! Soph ye Barnard, ulhaca^
.Aiaru? ?FM?SI. I'-'l?.|i'r_"e?. Mat-daH*
AGADtMT THE BBOBNKBATIOB.
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for The Tribune rec-lved at their Iptown Oft**.
Mo ISM Broadway, between 3<_h and 3Tth ??*?
until i> ..'.i?Hk i-, m. Advfrtiaomcnta rtetltetw
,,,. following bran- h ??mee. at regular office r?<
un,l, p ?',-lo.k P. ..... via.: 2*4 ?th ave.. .- ?- ?"*
?a hi . Itt lit), avo.. cbr. I?h at.; lot K??*J^
,1 J.-.7 Weal 4Sd ?t.. 1,-tween Tih an.t 8th ?'?*'
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