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DETAINED ID PME GUNS
James W. Osborne to Act for Cit?
izens, but Under Carmody.
BRANDT CASE THE BASIS
Dbject in View Proceedings Be?
fore Appellate Division for
?Tame* W. Oshorne was retained venter
flay H* th?- ronnfel to ?nve-ti?ate the pro?
fessional 'aroer of Howard S (Jena with
s view of 1 rluK-irik- pi eedlnga before the
Appellate Dlvlelon for the dlsbarmenl of
ftane. Mr. Oeberne has been retained by
a Btinber of cttteena who have joined to
tether f.>r the purpoec of having a full
inquiry i-:t<. all t1-" le?al gctlvltiei of Gang,
but he is working dlre?*tly under Attorney
inieiai Carmody. aft? appearing before
the Appellate Division yesterday In the
ftrandt case the Attorney Oenera! spent
ibe trent.-)- part of the afternoon working
on the enge of ?
He hsi] a long conference with Ml fie
horne, Htiri afterward ?he Attorne) General
and Deputy Attorney Oeneral McQuald
epent more than an hour in conference with
TMstri t Attorney Whitman at th? Crimi?
nal Courts Hull.line
"The Investigation of Howard Gana with
s \ iev. to disbarment proceedings before
the? AppeliAt" Division ls*ln progress,*' the
Attorney Oeneral t-ald. when he came out
of the District Attogney'g offlce.
?"ians's conduct In the Brandt CMC will be
the chief subject to he Investigated and
-ill he the basia -if any motion that may
he made for his disbarment, hut other
ases with whieh he has heen ronn?< ted
?111 a'??-? be Carefully inquired Into. A
large part of the testimony taken hy the j
arend lurv in ihe Hrardt ?ase will be gone
over by Mr Oebome, and will he Included
?n the t ipera submitted to the Appellate
Division. In addition to this there will he
Included the details of manv more cayes
in which Oans has appeared.
it If the intention to have the investiea
Hnn of th" mest thorough nature, }?nd
?-fareh win he made tnt'-> every nook and
^rartu ft Gans's career, ineludtntr both the
periods ?when he was an Assistant District
AttoT)e\ and the time spent 1n private
preetlee This Investigation is likely to
sveral weel end ?hen the papers
the filed With the Appellate Division the
motion fnv disbarment win probably he
made by a private rltlsen This was the
rase when charges were til? ?i against
Magistrate Deuel. ?Jans who was then an
Assistant restrict Attorney, made th? mo
ticn for disbarment as a private citizen.
it has bee? definitely decided to take the
ease directly t.. th? Appellate Division.
Neither th.- Bat Association nur the New
fork County Bar Association will be asked
to mak? an inquiry The Appellate Di?
vision will he anked to appoint a refeiee to
t. K? testimony an.) report on the charges.
Hamilton ?"'dell and ex-Judge < Itldereleeve
are th? referees most frequently appointed
in disbarment proceedings. _z?Judga GU
rlaraleeve Is now acting as referee In the
*".-lions brought for the disbarment of Au
t igt P, Wagoner, ex?Jlldge Smith lient, <.f
(Vesteheeter County fcdward a. aioQuad?
Henry M. Heymann and Municipal Court
Just tee Iiconard A. Pnitkln.
Dletrlct Attorney Whitman Is not at pre.s
'tit taking un active part in the Investiga?
tion of Gans. The greater part of his time
'?en taken up with the Hyde case for
Ihe last few ia>t-. The. records of the T>'<
Irlct Attorney's office have been placed al
the disposal of Mr. ?"?shorn?-, however, and
all the esaiatanc? poaalble wti. he rendered
-.. him. In a few day? the District Attor?
ney expects to be able to give more of his
own time I the * .is rase, and !n th.
time Attorney Qenefa] carmody la
g an active part In the Inquiry, and
Attorney General as well
at of the Wstrlcl Attorney and Mr
It engaged In delving Into the
. arcer of (Jana
ADJOURN BRANDT TANGLE
Nicol]*s Partner Asks Permit to
File Brief in Case.
The on the appeal fioin th?
? rit f habt Polks _, Brnndt,
which Justice Gerard ustalned, thus fif?
ing i ? ' nier valet of Moi n
Schiff, was en the ?ab-ndar of the
' the supreme Court
yesterday, bul wa adjourned on the mo?
tion of .liraIm owna counsel for
v n unexpected happen ng m the case yea
terdnv w. - hi of John i>. Llndaoy,
partner of i"i..,?; .-. Xfcoll, w!i.. is counsel
for Mi k-hiff, Il I Ib( \pp< Mate Division
It him as ' ? court" t"
? g brief In th. rai bi ief, it la ex
', will deal with Mi Schlff'a inter..-'.
? e casi Tl ? '"ii look the motion
under - ? itiou.
The case ??? ... i to May 3, despite
the protest ? ?' \rthui - Hogue, District
\ttorney of i Union County. Mr. llogu?
"ho ?Pi.raie.l . . ' .. |h? warden ,,f
? gas ready to pro
Mr. To?nn said lhal attorney Gen
eral Carmodj and Dlsti I Attorney Whll
men had ? . ? ? nment of the
Mi Carnxxlv . logue's right to
appeal n a < ase of 1 < ai d Mr i logue
.. ? Horn? ?
? -lufjve Jur
ng ? at he lad alwa >s
? red In s?ies of thai chara-ter Mr.
: li? would enforc? luv appeal.
Mi Towns expressed surprine that there
to an ad joui n
. e< >ary in ?.rder to en
i ghl of
? r- tioei 'i"1 appeal to us Ihs! there Is s
? i . ohed m th. ap
peal. 1 < ' ?lewmlne t ?
? . .*.-??
BROOKLYN MAKES PROTEST
r ?! Busineu Men 0bj<8d to
Cbaog? i" Snbw*y Plans.
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fr. , ? ' '
? n S .s .;
I . eij the pell
I I .?? ei t..
ibl? i odj foi tl ?
ring ' favor in be
? . f the sul as foi t ? ?
: - '-n. and particularly In regard
? n Parkwaj and ? innel
We emphai all proteal ai any
pis? ' '
elimination of l . ? ?
Brooklyn and ?
, -, to the
, a/a hies
.SUNDAY'S NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Mai'eH anywhere in ihe Un'ted State?,
fer %2b0 a year.
\!\\ STEPLESS v AR ON MAIDEN TRIP YESTERDAY.
(photograph i. Powen Rsgrsvlng Companj > _
DEBUT OF STEPLESS CAF
Company Officiais on Maidei
Trip to South Ferry.
The maiden trip Of the* first ??feple^s side
door etreetcar In New York Was solirltoue
ly watched yesterday mnrnl'ig by the nffl
cers of 'fie companj1 and their guesta wh<
roiled amoothly and safely down to Soutl
Ferry In th? new c^r All yesterday an?
from now on thin new exponent of all tha
1s latest In street railway conveyances Wll
ply between South Kerrv and 68th Street.
The new car will be thoroughly tested It
t-crv-tc and if it prove? satisfactory an?
meets with publ)c approval <ars of tha
type win be put on the company'? linea
The new "steplesa" boasts many Improve
tn^ntt; and novelties.
The hody of th>' rar Is four hi'-ho? front
tho pavement, and the floor li -!>
In.-hes higher, making the ^ t ?^ i ? t. n Inch?
In ali. considerably b-ss than that on ih<
old cars. When the ca? doors are opened
by the conductor th<- power i* shut oil
and tli>. ear cannot lie started until the dooi
Is closed again. The car is heated and ven?
til?t.- i by automatic devices, and th?' flOOl
is of cement.
CALLS HEALTH BOARD LAX
Milk Committee Says It Fails to
Urge Better Supply.
Paul EX Taylor, secretary of the Xew
York Milk Committee, aald yesterday that
the Hoard of Health was not pushing a? it
should th? work of bringing about a better
milk aupply In this city. On Investigation
by the committee, he declared, it was found
that ihere was ?till a large quantity of
poor milk being void In this city, even
though there was sa B iule, a pood supply
of milk sold here.
Even if the new .'?acidification scheme
of the Health Commissioner were to i.p
thoroughly enforced, Mr Taylor added, >t
questionable whether all poor milk
could be shut out. The milk committee
conducted an Investigation last year wbi. h
??d. the secretan' paid, a good -leal
of poor milk. Another such InveetlgStlon
will be begr?n In the near future.
The National Milk Commlsalon, appointed
by the New York M'lk Committee, has Just
reported it? findings, and biter an al?
ten;; - will be mad? t<. have some of Up re -
I ommendationa added to the sanitary code
milk regulations of the Boai I of Health
Mr. Taylor criticised the Health Com
missloner for not having Mi <-:Hmiflcati..n
plan thoroughly installed. He said there
was a? yet no definite ?tatcmont from
Commiasionei [.ederl? a? to a/hen li would
be In to.T< <\
ABROAD TO START CIGAR STORES.
C A. Whelan, vice-president of the . or
| poratloti of I'nlted Cigar Stores, who went
abroad re?ntly, was reported yesterday to
have gone there for the purpose ol >?' ab
lUning a chain of store? in Europe and
other Macs where the uondltlona war?
ranted it wai said thai the stores were
to be ? same :?* those maintained
in thif- country, it wa^ noi ?aid. however,
whether the) vw ?-. t,. be coi d n t..i . : pari
British-Amei ii an Tobacco Com
dlarj ol Ihe American
[Tobacco Company, or a- Independent or
'SEEK SLAYERS ON LINE
| Search for Trio Implicated i
White Plains Murder Fails.
SAILS WITH POLICE ABOAR
The Tcnnvson Leaves with Hur
Under Way. and Tug Brings
Jus! a? the satiL'plank of th? outboun
1 ?import & Holt line]- Tennyson whs hatile
' ashore in Brooklyn yesterday. a i-i?k llmoi
i Pine car ratue Up the pier at hlsTli spe<-<
ami out of it jumped throe pollcemon an
! .lopopdi shn% a detective from White Plalni
They were after two men and m womar
I all Italiana, wanted for murder, and dr
| manded that the vessel hr- held until
search could be made. I? whs believe
I that the? crim?nala ?arere In th? steei-aire.
By the timo Shay had explained his buni
I nena the vessel was moving out Into th
1 stream, but he and ?"harlr-s .1. IfcMlirray, :
1 patrolman from the isoth Precinct, climbe?
I up thr- side ma w< nt at once to the pursei
By the timo they had looked oveT the pas
n?tiger list the Tennyson had pass?d ?rov
ernor> Island on her way tu Rio de Ja
nelro and Buenos Ayres
Shay, -who knew the three persons ac
cused, declared that he would go all th?
way to Bouth Amerh-a with the ahlp rathe:
? than let the Italians c-scapp.
Late on Wednesda) night John II. Har
f mon, chief of police of White Plains, re
I ceived Information that Ktt-n Repepl, t
< alabrlan, twenty-three years old. an?
I Mario Cascone, twenty-thr??e year? old
1 from the Province of Rome, ha'i hooke<.
passage with an unknown ?un?an on th?
Shay, who knew the suspected persons
? waa aaslsned t?. the caae, ami ai 10 a m
arrived at Pier R, North River, looking foi
the. Tennyson. He was informed that the
! ship was at Pier ?. Brooklyn, and he hur?
ried across by the Fulton Ferry. Fearing
!.. h Ight lose time In searching for the
pier, he went t" the police station of the
i-Mli Preclnci ?ml told hia storj to ran..;
"That ateamei .?ails at il a m., said the
, polio-man and we have only ten minutes
I to mak. It." M. M urray hailed a private
ng cat thai cama by and begged the
? hauffeur t.. drive him ami Shay at top
speed to I'ier I. Tin the way they picked
up Patrolman Valentina ami LI? utenani
When the Tennyson was off th- 8ta1 i< of
Libert) word was sent to ?'a;.tain Knipht
thai ih<- men suspected of murdei wen
thOUghl t'i be In the steerHge ami he per?
mittrii Bhay to Inspect even crann) of thp
nahip. The search, which was thor
? gh took four hours, and at :t p m Shay
thanked th? ?kipper and returned to the
city In a I
Pom? time In February of thta \.^r Flllpe
U S. Department of Agrinilt irre.
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Loral Ofllrlsl Rsrord. Th? following ofrlelsl
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I ?'arlae. an Italian, called at a house In
i White Plain* occupied by CTaecotie and Re
' p'p!. planning, It Is nald. to elope with a
woman paid to he the wife of .'amone. As
h ? entered the front door Carian ?as killed
] with a shotgun, and his hod\ later was
found In a sewer In Hronx street, aliout a
half mile frorn the scone of the murder.
'?BIG BILL EDWARDS" BACK
Park Department Rejoices Over
Return of Harrow Expert.
Tl pre Is rejoicing In the Pa-k Depart?
ment he,HUf?e 'Rig Rill l'.ilwarda" has
??otne back. That la the name hy which
the faltest man In the. park temporary la
boring force 1b known, and "RIs Rill" an?
swers to no other name now.
Tim "find' ranie to the notice of the park
Officials last year when one hundred tem?
porary lahorers ?ere employed. "R1k Rill"
way the largest man ever SSCUS/Od from the
Civil Berries list. He weighs ahout s?o
pounds. He attrarteil the nttentlon of
r.ouls P, La Rocha, Commissioner Htovcr's
chief asal8tant, and the latter put "Pig
Hill" to work on thn harrow, which was
successfully and sasll) held down by that
Individual, wheraas before his appearance
It had taken two men to hold It down.
, ' V-s. we've got 'Rig Rill Edward?1 hack
again," ?aid Mi. La Roche yesterday. "Ws
were hoping he'd he on the available list
again because he can hold the harro? down
by himself and thus save us one man for
! some other Job. Take it from me. there's
! some class to 'Rig Bill* aa a shoveller, too."
The harrow ?111 he put In operation In
another week, and until then "Big Bill"
will he attached to the end of a long
ahOVCl One of the park ".-ops" asked "Ri?r.
i Bill" if he could climb a tree, and he said;
"Sure; Just like a squirrel."
ROW IN SCIENCE FAMILY
?E. J. Wright, Reader, Seeks to
Have Wife Adjudged Insane.
1 ?'rash' tfmnsh!: Rang'!: The china
f leaped from the iloset and shattered on
the fiooi lira Edgar l Wrighl advan:ad
! from amid th* debris
"Now, will you give me he money for
the children'! lova?" she asked h?r bus?
Ano when he said Bhortlj ind decisively
"No!" she returned to the attack. At Iea.-t.
| that Is. the version Mr. Wright gave of the
! affair yesterday in the Queen? County j
Court. He has Instituted proceedings to
have his wife, Margaret, derlar.*! Insane,
'ami he told Judge Humphrey and the tury
: sum.- of the things she had don.- that led
? him t.. seek the law He >a'rl Mrs Wright
! had made extravattnnt purchases and sent
i them to his office In Manhattan, where he
nic.t them without opening them.
He told alout her pursuing Miss Sibyl
' Huse a Christian Selene practitioner, and
i sitting on the steps of Miss Huse's office
! until shp was arrested, In May, 1911. ami
! sent to the asylum at 'slip, il" took her
back, he said, but then she conceived Ihr
nl'a that she had ground for .i'-ti'in against
Virgil 0. BtrlCklar, first reader In the First
Church of Christ Bclentlst, in Manhattan;
Arthur 0. Probst, . i'-rk of the church and
Mr. Phelps, a member. Mr. Wright is him- j
nelf first reader In the Christian Belenes
Church in Hushing, ami lixe-, in Bays.de
In a handsome house. Miss Huse, Mi
Phelpa and Mr Probst were present at the
Kfforts were made to inje. t Christian Bol
snee issu.? in the proceedings, hut the
|Udge ruleo! them out. Hyacinth? Rlnarose.
r.f the defence, said he wisher! t., show thai
the animus was that Mrs WriRht was a
follower of the teachings of th<- mother
church, while Mr Wrlghl was a disciple
of Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson Mr. Wright
denied later that his wife ?a.? a Christian
The husband said he desired his wlf? t<?
?tralned so she could not mortgage tho
Bajrslde house for 11.<\>? In order to defray
her expense In legal actions, and thu? dis?
sipate money due the children. Her onl)
brother. Albert E Bran?, has Joined with
Mi Wright In the Insanity proceedings.
The case ?a* not concluded yesterday
DIVIDEND FOR DEPOSITORS
Oreenpoiat Polish Loan Association
Being Liquidated by State.
Mi..,n\ , april i i'- iwder of i leorg?
Van Tuyl, M . Btat? rluperlntendenl of
Banks ?tie shareholders of the Oreenpolnt
polish ' o?operatlve Havings and le*Mn Ai
Bor iatlon of Brooklyn, Io-morrow will re
relve a dividend of l'l i-r ? enl Th' asso
? n ? ? closed lasl September owing lo
? Investments In real estate, aid Bu
p. - nt. mi. ni \ .hi Tti ' to day
lUbillt!. .il lie time .i| closing W? re
., -s sjuna#t, 6 .".. moon mj
moon'a ,?? It.
Bi . Hook
? "-or'? llajid
II ' ?;.' ai Its mili i ist r,r
' 11:3 ' n .eaterday. I, sstseted
rorenoon ' '
i* iV'i'N'. ie,,<,ri^,| h, -,m\ rallas e?,t or
' . ? ?,...., ., ,
k ?.,1 11.1.1 ? fr,r?i, .,i '
? .m.in., reported ..? |,?M miles ?a?l ?r
i.n or iv. in??oai f..?
The i'olumbla, reported aa i ..to ,,,iie? ,.?.,. nf
?I??* ?i s 14 p .i Wrtneada! '., e
r..-. .'.1 i., a? k Sunday aftsi soa i
I mi., , ? ,
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i laa MacMlllaa Duades, March \h ".'._
New Easter Fashions
of most exclusive character
Women's Tailor-made Suits
entirely new styles from Paris?original models by such
noted dressmakers as Paquin, Jenny, Lanvin, Bernard and
Drecoll ($150 to $25J values), which have been reproduced
in our own workrooms by the best custom-tailors?
Unusual Values at $55, $65 & ?75
Small Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Suits
Original models of our own deiign, not tt bt seen elsewhere, in a great
variely of the most fashionable r.ew maleria's and shades?
Unususl Values at $28, $35, $45 & $55
New Norfolk Suit? in smart belted and shirred-back effects of our
own design? Unusual Values at $35 & $45
Smart Dresses for College Misses
and High School Girls?at $19
Of fine men's-wear serge. All sizes?16 to 40.
Taffeta Dresses for Misses and Juniors
At $22, $25, $28, $32, $35 & $38
Distinctive new effects, in all shades.
fiftb Jfoenue at 46th Street
CIRCUS AROUNO THE WORLD
Matin??? Tn-m'w, BOe, T."-'. ?ml H?*' Beat! $1
Whirl of A Muht wltli The ( apt ire
Korloty thi- Pierrot? Star'-ast.
SL'XDAY NICHT. BIO CONCERT
Baiter Monday Matlnac, Bm1 s*at<. $t.
l.YRIC. 4'J?.* W?iu
Ma ta Tom'w, N?xt
Mon ari'l We<|.
William Collier""? ? OMr l>\ , ?lut, E. of B'way.
To-m'w. 'J I!
t "f B'wav ?vonlnaa ?is
LITTLE BOY BLUE
Bunty Pulls the Strings
MATIN Kl'. Ni;XT MONDAY.
Manhattan o H Dally Mats.Thli Wk.,28c M
Durbar In klneniui ..lor. "Burial of Maine."
Nx' wk Emma Trantlnl, Naughty Marietta. I
DALV-, B*y_M M" 1 "m ?r,N?al M?n ? W?"i
I f Mil Will il ln MONS. BEAtCAIRF
LCnl? nflLLcn , rhoair? Closed To ni^h? i
ildJllUUoO phon? 2828 Bryant. Tom w, Kac-r
BOUGHT ANO PAID mSZTiSt
?AS?N??, B'v * 89. Era 8 i.v Mat.T?wa'w, 2 IB
T :;,, BARON TRENCK
aRn?ll?_iV Tlu?., B'waj a liai Brea 8:18
OnUftUmi Matin?? To-morrow. J:?5.
WEBER ?& FIELDS %;;
' flokey Po|<?\" ar.d "Bant) Bull? A StrlnKe."
39TH MT. The? . 30th. nr B'?av. Bv<M 8:18
A BUTTERFLY S. WMtttffiga^
Staline till..It'? Th .".D.r.ot B;*6 Av. Kv ?I ?
"f^ The B i rd of Paradise^7? * K_
?TEST END, l28th,W. of Stn Av. Mat To-m'w.
Emma TRKNTINI In "Naufhty Marietta."
NVxt w?k. ET?BTWOMA?
' AMari.Tara. March 2.'!.Booth;
New York Cit) . .8wanaea, March 21... .Brlato. |
I Narraganeetl.London, March 23... Stand Oil
Newton Hall.Hull. Mar. h 22 .N Y S A
Semin?le.Turk? Island, Mar.-h Sl..Clyd?l
I Annetta. ...Baracoa, Mar.-h 31.Cun??
? Rio Grand?.Brunswick. April 2.Cljr?__ j
? .mal.Tampa, March 2?.Mallory
10.... ilalvf.tnp, March 30. . .30 Pac1
BAT?RDAT, APRIL ?
' -Amerika.Hamburg. March 28. Ham Am
?I.i Proven, e Havre, March 30.flail?.h |
?St Loula. Southampton. March 30. .Amer!
Saxonla. (Jibraltar, March 80....Cunar?*I
<a.Palermo, March 23. ...Anchor!
Veckar.Bremen. Mar.-h 28. N 0 Llov? .
i'evic.Liverpool. March 88...Wh Bttr
Paula .Seville, March 28. ?
Mohawi;.. Jacksonville, April a. .-ivie
Bablne.. ..Galveetoa, March "0 . Mallory
SUNDAY, APRIL 7
'Caronla Liverpool, March 80 f*unard
?Columbia.tila?KOw, Man-h 80.Anchor I
?Stephen.Barbado?, March 10 Booth'
Germania [Jab?n, March 'J*?.Kabr? I
! ?Oceania.Maple?, March 28.Italian
Paul Pall.Ca?ala March 21. -
! Ha?tien. Paterno, Mar.-h 16. ...
JMB ?an .T-ian, Mar-h 31.Bull
Queen Amelle....8t Lucia, March 30. -
Maud ... Antlila, April 1.
Vi DA r.
Mall V?ase! !
\ ?-.?. Um. ' ?ose* sail?.
Vigilancia Na.-?.? :, Ward. 12:<?0m 3:00pm)
P Willem V, Haytl, RDW1. 12:30 pin 3:0?) p m !
trapahie, Jackaeinvllla, Clyd? 8:00 p m I
SATURDAY, APRIL ?
Pr?s'- Qrant. Hamburg, n a '6:30am >;00 ?
i, Antwerp Red Star.. 3:30 am 10:00 a ml
Aacot, Argentina, Am R P B:80am 140am
san Juan, San ruan, NTAPR ^:.').ia m 12700 m
Arcadian, Bermuda. R M 8 P. P:'*iam UflOam,
SlxiMla, tamalea, U r?'o .. 8:80am 13:00 m
Sar:itoxa. Ila\?r.a, Ward. 10:00am 1:00 pm ',
M .r But?, MoutVdoo, ivi-H 5:;..a m *:0Oam
Prinz Joachim, H-A .ll:??oam S-OOpm
Mlnnehaha, l.<-n<lon. At Trans - 10:30am;
Catalonia, Olaago'.v, Anchor.. - 11:00a m I
Victoria i. lia?, i tolon. H-A... ? il :00 a m ?
La TouraiM, Havre, French I ?00 a m
H V L'kenb'ch, Sa:: Juan, Ina- 12:0?) m
Brazoe, Galveston, Mallory... ? 1:00pm I
Comanche, J'keonvllle, Clyd?, l:00pml
?' of Montgomerj >.??.. Sa* .1 o?) p m ?
Momua, Se? Orleana, so !'."? 12:00m i
MONDAT, APRIL ?.
fonpename, Pm'rlbo, RDWI.llrOOaai 3:00pm?
Colon, CrlatotuU, Panama... Il:3oa m 8:0?) p m
KaiHh'iin. Brunewlck, Clyd?., l.no p m j
s Roaalla, Argentina, Norton 3.0o p m
Dcatlnatlon and steamer. i'lo?e In N. T P M.
Hawaii, Japan, ?'oi<-a China, Philip?
pines (via Ban Prancleeo) Mob
?rolla .To-dav, ?:S0
Hawaii ?via flan Francleco) -WII
helmlna . To- day. 6:30
Hawaii (via l'a. on,d) Mnxl< an.Apr. 6,6:30
Japan. >"i?a, China .Ma Seattle) ?
Cacerlc .Apr 7.6:80
Hawaii. FIJI Ir'ands, Samoan Isl?
and?. New Zealand, Australia ?\la
Vitoria. Zealaiidla .Apr. 12. 6:30
Hawaii. Japan, .'orea, China, Phil
Ipplnea (via san Pranclaco) Nip?
pon Mam .Apr. 12, 6:30
Japan, lore?. ' hlna ?via Tacomai ?
Mrxir,, Maru ...... ... Apr. 12. 6:3?)
Tahiti, Marque?**. Cook Irlande,
New Zealand, Australia ?vi? san
Pranclaco) Maltal .Apr. 26,6.30
Jaian. Corea, .'hi?a, Philippine? (Tig
Vancouver) Mont?igie .Apr. 28, 6:30
Hawaii, Quam, Philippines ivU San
l"rancl?coj I,' S irai.?p..rt.May 1.630
Port of New York, Thursday. April 4.
Stei ? ' inte iHn, Santa Ma: ta. ? olon.
M , to Ih? i nlted I mit Co. ?-'.ih r-aatiengeia.
mall? ai >1 f?.ii ?oulheaal of th? Hlghlan? at
I ..- |ii n
Hteamer Cr?nenla iBr), rampico Kebruan 27
and luvp?n SUi h 2H. to In? Munabn B? Lli
with redar and mahogan) Arrived at ?he K.r
Steam? Orcadian (Hr), Bermuda April z. to
Banderaon ? ?? with XM pa--s<-iiger and mdae,
Arrived mi the Ha-- at i 10 p m
Steam??! Berwl k i*u .un. aiaoana Mai h
l'.i. t, Norton I Son in ballaal VnUH a' !'<
, .- 1 p m.
.sake Ball Imoi ? to the Mea
? oit and na'" or? poriatlon ? *>, ? Hi
1 1 In Qua ra ? - S . ?
? - . 1 pi oteu *...n March 31 ' ?
. ?rn i'.?, ni . ''. with i aaa? ngera and
I ? rd I '????? mtln? i' s '?2 a m.
? imer MIIH.kel Kttx-kton, ?o the ?lirai
Northern Paper Co, win. paper; i-eeael ?o \ 11
. II >>.', a m
r r*..manche, Jackaonvlll* April 1 Hnd
..?,,- 2. '" "'?? ?'!%?:? Be ' ". with ^a^1*'l I
i . ad Quarantine ?? ? ?a |
p in 1
Steamer Portonl? (1er! (liberten March 29.
1 |lie, ? Ittl lug .1 Arrl\e<1 at I
tu* Har .?I f h m
Stesii^r Krleda 'Mr. rtagua Mar.-h 23 an.1
Kuevltaa 27 ?" Ih* \\>hi India Sa ? o, uit'i ?unar
? . ih? Bai ..t 0 ,1 ...
net Haakui \il iNori Bagua March 27
an.I Matancaa 80 to Ih? Munaon sn Une, with
\m .1 .<? ih? Bai <i ;r m
Ion Newpori New? a:..1 Nor
Old Dominion Ks ." with l>as^ell^;ers
,'i,t , ; r Passed I Quarantine n< 3 p tn.
. , net . ian Ma Mlilan (Br), Dunde? March
)h . , 1 .n ? tVlths I ? '". with tn.ts? Arrived
?t th? Hat ?it H> .? tn.
Hleainer S'eldenfel? i'i>ri. ? alcutta Kehruary 8.
Colombo 18 and Boaton April ::. to Punch, P.lye
A .-., with mdae Pas ??.! In Band) H'.ok at 7 ?7
Hteamei 11 i ..n ' 1 ?.. !? nklrk Mai h 10, iior
,'e,, ,\ 10 and Coi inna ?O. t.> 1 h? Compagnie Clen
tral? h-ai atlantique with paaaengeri and m.ise.
Anchor?! In Quarantine ..t ; 33 p m.
st^mi.er linnet ta iBr), Porto Plata, etc, to the
Ati.iuti. I'l.nt 1 ... xvin, run ,\^, hored in
? In? hi ?I-I7 p m
si-ninei Philadelphia. Curaca? March 27 tad
?Ton Juan 80 to fi!i:>, Dalleti * Co, with pa*
aeugi 1 mal in 1 mdae la fi Quauantlne at
h (( p n
v 1 .1 March .'?i sih
On nada 21 to ih. rrlnl lad Khlppltig and . :
Ing . ?? ??? "i 12 i'S.-.H. ng' n " al?- and
\n ? ??! ..? ihe Bai ..1 10 M ,. in, 3d
Nean . ? ? 1 irrli 11 ? 1B? 1 Buen ?? * <*,
K'l'Mi.u. .''. M til? Id? ? M i' h 1 lobo? 22 an I
To-day Matinee at I?PAJIgfPAI* Fremstsd.
J?rn, Amato, \\ ith?rspoon. rond., Hartz.
To-night ,- 1:10 Orfeo. Homer. P.appold.
Gluck, Spsrksa Cond., Tosranlni.
Sat. it 2 Otello. Aids, Maubourg, Slezak,
Scotti. Segur?la. Bada cond . Toscantnl
Sat.. ??Pop.Prices?Gloconds. D*stlnn.W|ek
ham. Duolieu?: Msrtln. Amato, ?.'orid , Sturanl.
*?un. Evg.- Concsrl Prstastad, Cahtsr, Case;
Murphy.Gnswold. Entire Or-h. rond .Pasternack.
Nest Mon. at 8 Manon. Karrst ?'atuso, Gllly,
Rothler, Relsa Segur Is Pond., Tosi-anlni.
Tues, at VI,ala I'erf're at pop. prt.es. 1 Ac?.
Faust; 2 Act Tannhaetmer: J Act Toara; 4 Act
Trovatore. Destlnn, Gadskl. Homer. Rappold;
Join, Martin, Rslsa Blsaak, Amato, Gllly.
Weil, Rothler. Wltherspor.:,
Wed. at 7."," Walkasrs, Premstad, Oadakl,
Homer; J?rn, Gr la wold, ituvsdaei. rond Hsrtt.
Thurs. at 7 -;lu ? Meistersinger. Pestlnn.
Wlckhsm: Slezali. Well, OorttS, Relss, Wither
Hlnahsw Cond., Tosesnlnl.
iri. Mai. *t .'Pop priesa I Ma. rtappoid.
?'aider, Martin. Gllly. Dldiir. rond , aturan)
Frl. si I 111 I'agllar.-I. Pasrjual!. CaniSO,
Amato Cond., Stnranl Preceded bj- Versiegelt.
Gadakl, Alten, QorltS, Well, Rets? Cond., Hertz.
HARPMAN IMANO USED._
MADISON SQ. GARDEN
TWICE DAILY, '-' 15 A 8 15.
Doors i .pen One Hour Battler.
***M)allT Mat. .')'
?r*ii...u iii. ?Sj.
?v- th>- .N>u 1,230 Charactsf spectacle Success
A World of I orelgn Arenir- Seosstlon?.
Admission to OR 8. Kfl?. Res?rved Seats
Everything **? * ?W0 78c. f 1. tl.SO.
PRIVATE BOX SKATS 12.10. Box Office
open p \ M to a P. M rhlldren under 10
> ear? Half Prie? to Aftern Performance.
Branch Ticket offke? ?Box Ofllce Prices),
I.-.-high Vallev Ticket Office. 14Bo B'way,
N. Y. Central Tickst Ofllce, 131 W. 123th St.
Theo. I.olir's <2 ?tore.?.. 104 i.enog Av.fl '.'86
?'.rand St.. and John Wanamnker'? store.
' R. A. Roberts, "The Open?
ing Night." BloHSom See
Dally Mat. tSe. ley. **?. ?. F1?ld?._other?.
r,us Edwards' Rsvus.Wlah
\\ VI.:. H Miller Kent a
Ir. 1 \>. Main r.ieN j en '
ininruv ?FMCSIC Pop.prices Mat.dally.
A??Utn I I I Ml Kl KH UN \
Roston April 2. to R P Houston A Co, with
Bids? Arrived at the Rar at 10 p m, 3d.
Steamer Ulslor (Br>, .Picaro Mar.-h 26, to the
Munaon Ba Line, ?ith sugar Arrived at the
Rar at 4 am.
Steamer Hermuda (Oar), Hatnbutg Mar h 17.
te the Hamburg Aiiierl. an Line, with md?e. Ar?
rived at th. Brr At 4..-IO a m.
steamer I.oril Befton (Br), Llestpool Mareh 15.
to Punch, Ettya &. ?'0. with md?e Arrived at
the Rar at 4 s nv
steamer America iltali. Philadelphia April 3.
to HartfUld, Solaii a >'o. ?Ith 2 e?t>1n ?ni ft?
?feeragr. p;m?enger-? anrl md-e tn transit Jy(<
?Vuaranfliie ?1 ill! a m.
Sandy Hook. N J, Ipni 4. f? 30 p m Wind
southwest; light br?ese; ? leai, ?mootii ??a
tftsamsr Aldan (Br), Para Itere** 2.1 and Rar
hados i!h. to th? I loot h Sa <o. with passengers,
malls and mdsa. s<.ijthe?,?r .,? th? Highlands
?t 10:"7 p in.
Steamer Philadelphia, i?i ??ua>ra Mar. h i"?
L?i ami Curacao and San .lusn .'-.''i. i
to Bliss, DallStt ? CO, with .11 passenger? mall?. ?
and nnl.?e. Arri\e(j at the Mar at 6:tt p ?11
stes:r.er Hudson IPr?, Bordeaux Mareh Irt and ;
?'onitina 20. to the . 'onipagtile Generale Trun?
ati.niti.iue. with 7ft passengers and radSS Ar- ;
n\ed at th? Par nt .*>.;?> ta m.
Mian.er Annette 'Hr| Rara.n? March CO, to ;
the Atlantic Fruit Co, with 1 passenger and
frull Arrived at the Rar at 6:30 p tu.
Htsarner Neldenfsla (Oer), i'al.-iitta Fehntarv
s. . slombe It?, Port Bald M?r?\ti ,*,. Malta fi a: l
r.v?'..n April 8, lo Punch. Bdye ,t- Co, with ml-?
Arm ?i] .1? tru Bar at 7 i. 111
S'eanier Tran?poriatl?ii, R.iston Passed in
Quarantine si 8:60 p m.
teamel Koe '?In Luise Hier.. Rre.nen. Ijl
Si'ote iVr. H s v re Monroe, Nor folg and risw
porl News, lit) of Atlanta. Savannah; Hal .
lOeri Ns| < - Idrlatlr iBr), Mverpool Mm o
Havana; Ai erl?s lltal), Naples I'ennyaon .rr>,
I'.lo .1? Janeiro ? P I letsen (IMMII, < v>p*nh?xen .
Hi Norte, Hal veston; Manhattan, Intwerp; Win
1.1 ?? Baltimore; Heio (Nor), Nipe
Steamers \iidngls ?Gei. Insana; Hairs tora di
Giorgio iXor) Bains ; vVlndber, Mavague-,
' hrl lopl 1 iBr) Psra .1 Norfolk Kiora .Mr?.
Baltimore; ''anadlsn .Rr) Boston; Alamo,
lirun^wl.*k; ' ? ? Norfolk and Neapoil
\.??. Phi apeak?, Baltimore; Pawnee, 1
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
r?H!rr \p.,| 1 MatOfSBS it'i New York \ la
Mgier.?.. 1 biombo, et.
Sltigapnr'. ^prl? 4 VUndsltS (Oerl, Bee Ten-k
v la Mal'a and vden
Pun.a Irene? Msrel? te. TVi.t?n .Rr>. Ne? York
fur \ alparalao ? l<
Rotterdam, Vprll 1 Kursk (RiMSrt, New \nr\ f?r
%prll S PranclB <Rrl. New York snd Nor
folk i. ta Bari 1
Hiow Head. April 4 .'eltl.-. New Tork for
QueenBtown and Wvsrpool, was reported bv
?y|rsl?ss telesraph -???? miles ?,m at 1 17
P m. r>u? QueenBtown about t> :;0 a m to
Bsrttsdos, Msrrh '<l Nassovla .Gert ifmm itio
?itaiide .lo Bul). New fork
Cadis, March 90 Montaerral iSpam, n?w Tork
l'aia. April '.' Ronlfacs IBr), New York
xokohanuv rtc), New v..ik
' ? "a \prll S BsManhS ?Br), Boston ?n.1
N? ? Tork
N'spl??. \pil1 .! P? p m l'u.-? d' Aosta ittsll.
Plymouth, April 4 Btrathro} IBr) ifrom Hum
burg), New Vi.ili
Singapore, April '.' Je?.ert,- illr. ifvoin Yoko?
hama, ate), New VorK
??'ueeiiBiowii April 4. 4 ?'.'> p m Olympic .Itri
?from Southampton and Cherbourg), Neve
Antwerp, April 3 Ftunlsn 1H11. NtS York
II . \pr" 1 p? a m Pot?.Ian. iDutCh) No?
Vork f..i Boulogne and Rotterdam
Gibraltar \prii '-' -.' i> m Veneala .r.? Nsplca
I ? N ? t\ \ n< i.
BelHy. ?vprll 4 IS IS p m '.r?f B'sMersee .."ier.
rnlladelphla b"1 Ne? v.-rk foe Hxmiiurj.
II :.g K'.ntr. April 'J lndranattilia ?Hri ifrom
If yon haven't your Spring
suit yet, the wide scope of our
stock will fix you up for Enter.
More variety of fabrics, how.
ever your fancy turns.
Rough finished goods, tweeds
and cheviots many imported
and all "snappy."
Smooth finished worsteds of
more subdued patterns.
Blue series deserve special
Thousands of suits in the
latest Spring models, ready to
More 1012 models.
Spring overcoats with novel
details: - soft rolling lapels,
split sleeves, belted hacks, patch
Besides lots that are striking
only in their quiet richness.
At the last minute
Perhaps you'll need a nit*
away or a frock coat.
Right here! at prices much
less than custom tailors.
Everything for Raster fop
men and boys.
Rogers Pkf.t Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St,
_XEW YORK'S I.KAPIMi THEATRE 8.
FIIDIDC Huny_ ??-'i si ?%? 1 entrr?
-?urine m?i, To-m'v. | \\>_ ; Rhara
The Meblei c
BI?, ? l-l
Mar * Do:o. ??onsiance Collier, I.vn Hard
_Ina: and Nat. c. Oooiirln.
inincnu 4t' ?-' '-' i ? T'" ?3i
nuuaun -,iuts r*-m'?? a wa *? : B
THE RIGHT ?V HAPPY
with Dorothv Donnelly <? Bdrnund I mm
CHI Tflll *8th li . i sei B ':? - S :?
rlf-lUn Mats To-mor'a ? ?fed 1 :??
UflpDIC Ue<t *-'1 Hf "" *K-.-en'.-.g? *\f
THE TALK ER
DACaf '"' Clr. Er. 8?'l8
rana Mats To-morro? and V.-o<\ . ;? i?
i: A ?KORD
The Quaker Girl
LOUIS MANN ?fe^RS
KM? KIKRO? KKR. Hm. A sih ?I.
- 13 ivI.AW & ERLANGER ?
I 2 18 aharp ?'Mi: SEW Ml -i
The Man From Cook's
I IQCQTV 4-"1 - ??" ??? 8 l4
LIDCnll Mats Tourner** t IV??] ; 15
THE RAINBOW :...
Mata To n ?r .v ,\
han .v H^n il I
v. ? ,. >r??j ? sj ? - ? fer
I.V? El M l'HEATIiE. H
SEXT M? '\*D \ \ .,- IP M < \ K ?
KITTY GHEATK?M'SI ffi"?
UkUDC Mata ro-i led I
ro NH.IIT-CAX\di\n M?.iir.
o\ i? i m mi n
? aliar.'l ?h.m
BEI 8CI?r? ?' - ':??* ?t *'!*?
DC-AdwU Mati - '
PAVin BEI K? ?> ' ? |)\l ID
?STOR 2 ; \
? KOtl lis.'
SPECIAL SPRING PRICES
THE GARDEN OF ALLAH/'??
"n,r.. v ,:-" " r ". " i M
ZffSL. ARUSS DISRAELI
???^_^! 2"-' SWORThY'S "THE PlG_0N"
Kenne,!?'- "I'errlhle Meet, ' 'J^,'*',.
Man.'' Kdlih ??one Mnltl?l?en .- ?>?' ps?-.
I W 18 IIMt?
GEO. M. COHAN l??Sn
KID HI K\? ?? "'
??Mille IMi'c aa Bjgfc.
II O 1 I I DTrtll , , ?i?
Heale, j: a? ' 81M M" - ??'
?K?TH SO? ?N "-^??-u? _a
IRNE?;iE HAU. BOS "1 ,,,mm"
URKATES1 Of VJ '. Mr;;'..Vn H'K '"
i v ? f mon., ira 8- s ?"';?? ?-i
l.rnepe H.H. M * ?,^ Jff/W
1 foncer? ^?s? I 'r
i,:: ALICE NIELSEN
GARDEN "". - ? ,,.;
"THE FATHER" g&
HIMMEKMTEIN * ??-,;,. ,lM,r,??i. I? *
l oui, Blroon I Kathry" ? ? ,?
Heralau Harden.' ' ' ' -
5S-KD H.8VBIB? ". J,r
U I) Mal M Wo ? Co, Sil"?