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David Belasco Laments Igno?
rance of Young Men of Stage.
MAY IMPORT HIS PLAYERS
Says Their Clubs Are Pernicious
anrj Declares They Refuse
litry knowledge of
. . - ? :
Err..- ? in
? - . ?
A b*J who have
A' *' Ham
ir~"*" Ourtia Burnley, no entertaiaar who
Wv^TS "L" PLATF0RM REMOVED.
feats*? .- u:
eturn tha Metro?
KING MAY BE HER GUES."
D?chese of Roxburgrhe Will Prob?
ably Entertain Royalty.
v ? ? " ?> announced In
?<? i Q e?n ar?
e the guests of th? Puke and
r Roxburgh? ? r i
? ill. The .?ii he.se. wh" la
nl; (laughter . ? ' _'-.. r
ara with her hushand
on," which opens H
of dinner table r by
. inder of : nine
? es. in a ?arc
dinner t? I such
ited und an
1 haa sen a beau
? ? ce for her
ove "f huntinic. The
??ill scr h. r
the cei as
? ? m
MISS F.ARRAR IN -MANON"
Performance. Though Stars
Are Not in Best of Voice.
? - g a mon last night
md Manon ?he remain!? It matters
mor fUl emotions
Pe?. Qrieus ..? i
. cal to
In Sil, nnd i
? f,il o.'
RECITAL AT CARNEGIE HALL.
SUNDAY NIGHT'S CONCERT.
asi ? ? newly
'THE MERRY WIDOW IN COURT
H. W. Savage Wants Judge to Preveat
Production of Play at a Benefit.
iprll 4 Henr* W S
the trustees -
tiers em from pi | "The
It hun :)een planned by Nalva "? | r<
.. In le-man for th? benefit
member" of the sfssonl? I edges f '.he city
omplelnt ths ?ava?;a company
?t?te? that it has had exr. ?alvo r'ahts to
? :? ??
LATEST THOMAS PLAY GIVEN
When It Comes Home Produced at
Rochester Lait Night.
RochMtsr, April 4.?Augustus Thomas'a
new j '."?-?
? ??. 1 astre here tu?
ai* wer" r.umeroua after
arhlch was prod . . d I
dgi ' a Lane, a*
: BTUUsna o irtlelgn,
E.n:il' Bergoret, a
.e?iat, led the cast tari? Browne
st ?? b ? " st, nnd
Iieirlnaid Manor,, John Kiwllay arnl Osorge
? ha/1 prominent, parta The atorj of
the plttv hav to do ' ?
iUt to b? a long loot daughter of Her
"THE GLASS HOU8E" SEEN.
????Krapii '" T*"' Tribuno ;
AP? il * - "Th* '?lasa Houae, a
ida K. Anapaiher, Con ?
... Oral nine on any ?tage at the
ag a to-night -Martin ?
? prsssnteflen. an
I company which include? Edwin
Tim Murphy Frank Mm*. Ki
re Kldder, IUlph Mewajaa, Hirtnoy Herbert.
Rossmond Oerpasiter, Oliva Oliver and
Qruu e Arnold.
play ?a In thre? sets, and alt)
i, n aarteua themo has man- rsttn? '
ft*! un engagement at the Chi
Houae "Thi. OLSSS House" will
protj., ,.:, at a Broadway theatre.
DR. BLAKE IMPROVING.
BUSS, Who WSJ ope
.Vic H. Vacs, ai No
fe Was. tvU. etrsew
B?NCI'S RETURN LIKELY
Tenor Expected to Join Metro?
politan Forces Next Season.
NEGOTIATIONS UNDER WAY
Contemplated Revival of Mo?
zart's "Magic Flute" a Factor
?Tito Ruffo a Possibility.
Aiessandr-i Bond will probably
to the Metropolitan ? 'pern H xt sea?
son. Tiie. apera rompan ; ?s In need of a
tenor, since Herman:. Jadlowker Is
i not to return, while the sume holds true
The negotiation- with Bond have
yet heer. eempioted, ' I
as if h<- weuM be cheats?. Owing to the
BOBtemp atari revival of Moxart'x "Magic
Flute," a lyrle I canto
! will he abeolutely ne?
Bond know, no ouperiot
If Mr Bm
in a aumheT ef p?
ton ?.pera Company .?n-.one thai i
rev.vr.l of Mozarts "Don
whtefe h- will tak? th- psirl
?andre Ron-l has Ion* been on? of
Italy's foremoHt ten..r?=, but as far us this
country is eon'-erned h* w i r ? ne
of < .sear Hnmn
in?- the Manhattan <'i.?ra Heus? a? its
??no- Th'-.-e reara later he be
a memher of the Metrope a h-it
for the last two seasons h? ? ? .
'ne th ? th? cot.
BonH haa ? ?? a,nd tew
. era ...
w. re ?
I night, he t ..ft the
D at the :?;
a In all probability
Mm? ?? - ; se, tn?
amerl an ? . mem
A. W. MELLON %GAINS POINTS
Divorce Case Set for October?
Master to Take Testimony.
Pittsburgh, April I . A w
Pittsburgh banker, who is ??..?
Mrs Nora McMullen Mellon ol
m.m Pleaa courts h? T M
Sw?>aiingen banding don ? ? -.*, one
-? the first .v ndaj er for the
if the divorce proceedings and th?
? --ar.tinK the right I
v r. Melloi
' ? ?">} In
This is another < t over
? ? -
Ion. In a
:-;le<! that the ca
J. J. HILL'S DAUGHTER ILL
Has Typhoid Ferer and lather Is
Journeying to Her Bedside.
th?- l: ... Hen
the ten da
JOHN BARRETT IN PANAMA.
U ma?;i.g al
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY
rleaa Mua i
. - AS- '
Mm tint it i'nit.ir-.an
Irving Pis? ?\ n^
Lilr.ner of ?? ?
1 n\- -
Ada?-'?? h- ' ?
? :.- -
An.- ricen 1 William B
Ph DP - l ?
m *?t of E |
Mra . ? nett?
.-,L' Brae - '
I |7 '1: plreet. ?'II n* -.
. . .
nnyson ....<i His ;
Mr* au? - n ......
Bael Broe I
'Profra i isursnce
MovMtnri.t In ' ...
14 Ituhlnn? The Rroni Pul
",7t!, sir? ? '
- .m Park, "Fsun ? '
In sa |1 w i ??? i
In* street ?Te?
,ir,. ?r rioui " William S'oyea
ool U Par* ?
?In th? ?imaeen Jungle." A,s>t :...
r il ' ?
.,..., Oeera? " Ms t'h.
13 ISSri ?'??
Tin ?elles an<1 ' ?
: [? .i.,- ii M larath
i -?? ? ?
?nt Manners and CustetBA?" M;m
Csrrl? 0. Kaajya, -i
ARNOLD DALY MUST PAY
Loses Suit on Note for Wages of
IS REPRIMANDED BY JUDGE
Court Bids Him Omit Persiflage
and Adhere Strictly to the
? !;dfring from hla unsut cessful appear?
ance In court yesterday Arnold Dnly'a act?
ing may r* better than his promlao to
an I O V." It would be r.o more
than fair, from a layman's pc!nt of view,
to give him the benefit of the doubt In
r fila Inatance. aa the caae wet againat
him. There were no real dramatic critic?
t. ?o Mr Daly railed at the plaintiff
In the '-aae, denouncing the proceeding aa
deliberate holdup." until th- -ourt
ied the objaetiona that hia testimony^
waa ln-elevanr ar.d nad It atrtcaen from'
Mr Daly made hla pre-Eaater appearance
I In the Thirrt in-tri-t Munlclpsl ''o.irt in ?
r to the complaint of Vincent fltarn
d, an Engliah actor, wrto cnarged the
?.tnt With falling to pay a balance
KM o.-i salary due htm f^r playing
r^aly st the Berkeley Lyceum In i
?v drama" -according to some of tita
? - tic??entitled "Know Thyself." whl'-h j
"1 a week'?- r-:n 1 ri ?ne U'ter days of I
Ml Sternroyd's talents I
| wer? wasted " ? part of Don
- -?again aecnrdlnjj to aome of the
j at th? time nnd It was evident that
? gave tne Englishman grisai ?atisfaction
to reverse th" tables rsstsfdajf SM
?h? atar part ?n thi* court d::ima before
[noma? E. M . -
Ther? i i |oker In the defendant's i
, i l I. ' vvhlch abided to |
"hman's victory. M
i on reading it to the .'ourt after Identifying
i hla Big] ?
The actor Interprets the ;:nes in his
best dramatic fashion, adding n an aside
to the audience, '"Thst'a *ht; I
Hlgned It." Thle- ?
Counter Claim Attacked,
"i o c $&', sad you
for maklnz yon -in I I
! parts in \
to -Mr B
ih" furnier conl! ujt-m m int l
a sork n
? man- j
!? did I ? ,
Casa Quickly Settled.
t ir hla
pave him IS
? ? ?
the plalnt:ff more
??er had deliberately held him up for
? misa of $150 ta
e play wsa to open here.
i manager te*'. avers*
* i i
. ,.- ! ?
.a M *>? and cos?
? l tha
ACTOR WINS SUIT FOR $5,000.
uett. tne actor g<
? - ? ? Buprame
" | . Brsdy, tha the
: msi agei ??? id i
:udv at gjO B *SSB
f tha ? rorltf The a. tor
dy rafuaed to pa-, him the
??? after tlie hrsi aessoa.
FOR EASTER FLOWER SHOW.
itral Park oonasi <rator? closisd
in preparation for the , Bower BhOW,
n Hat urda
psn for some UOM after Kaafer
*n<1- of Bastar lilies and o'ner ?ea
-? Bowsra will h* on exhibition to
. irly fin- Bowac ?how
.md n. u par tboas)
, ? ar?
LLOYD C GRISCOM IMPROVING.
? Is, April 4 Tl
?:. fX Am' BBSSdnt : ?
who m e.| on a: Hie Hr a
HoapitsJ ??*' Mondai ii rn'i. ?
-tit I'liv ?ii | ,
?? comfort on to
la not ai , :
i is kteva th? i.ujpiu* tut favsrgj wocks,
THE REV. DR. I. K. FUNK,
who died yesterday.
"LES ANCIENS" EAT AGAIN
Memories of the Academy Julian
r..-. indiana" had their 81th annual din?
ner la.?* night at the Hotel gtrevoert, ee*Js*|
J'irlng from the memories of the Academy
the\- had been memhers
when studying painting ta Paris; inane?
rles of the Twifin Qnarfer, of the hohemlan
life, and here and there, at some of the
rs, memories of the at] r rec?
was a ?rlorlnus reunion, and one on
the members might congratulate
?'???<??*. es !>>?-> Mlelainger put it in his
'?' ... "here w?re these
pylng ateliers In New fork
?i. he said, and
t '?ether and shake hands
I cnse was not cenaseV
tor Gulmai French ar ? I
? ?-? m i i the guest
' nor. He I how
?v the An
that th? did not
: nl to
the p;irt >>f a Mon Is
Pier, the Peruvian painter; H-rnian
D Murphy, H. w ?? ?
' Di M
SAYS RACE WILL DIE OUT
Extinction of Humanity Foreseen
by Medical Authority.
s highest typ?
nutrition In the
? .v -? alene 1
Iphla, spoke on
: in Tea.hing
AMBASSADOR'S SON ILL
Mrs Henry Lane Wilson Leaves
Mexico for Ithaca, N. Y.
Hex?, ? t?Mra Henry T-ane
?a V V . where her
Th- ambaaaador -?'i <*d to be publlehed
- :hie alarm te Ameri?
cans In Meslco ?rowing f th?
' Mrs W
WEDDINGS PAST AND TO COME.
?. ? -he old Kouwenhoven mansion
of [y>ng lalai
er ti;- wedding
small. The ceremony ? ia per?
il .! Peck, ?
i nlon ? ,r,*u??'
II Mrs Wllllama ?sill make
their boras In the old homeetead where the
man-lane took V
out for the marriage of
. ,, M- ????:? Ed* ird i mea, of
,,nn to Irvtni VPUUama gmlth,
of nu? dtp T'"' w,,l,1'n? ?in take plane
at st Paul m Chui - P? twee?
Hinter. Mrs Howard i.mi
or boner ami
. . Eth? l
Wllcoa ai ?'
pond will ? ? i ?::'' 'be I
.\ illiam s
Austin, Mortal f< Bssttog and lk-nr> f
. I l F
Attack of Heart Disease Fatal
After Short Illness.
NOTED EDITOR AND AUTHOR
Investigated and Wrote Much on
nounced Mediums. ?
Montclair. M J., April 4 (Special..-Dr
rsaac Kaufman Funk, author, editor ana
publisher, died at his home here this morn?
ing from an attack of heart disease, follow?
ing illness from acute indigestion, ^ with
which he was stricken on March It At
first his condition was not alarming, snd
one d : - took an automobil
ride This appeared to tax his streng''??
and he again was confined to his bed His
heaith Improved, however, and early ?*"
morning, when visited by hta phvsician. Dr
Herbert W. Poetar. Ms condition was ex
eeUeat A short time after the physician
left the house, however, he was fatally
tp ht the time nf his death Dr Funk re?
tained hi? membership in the Brooklyn
church of which ha waa formerly r**tor
and had a pew in the First congregational
Chureh of Mentelalr He leaves one daugh?
ter, Mrs. Robert Sent-, and one son. Wilfred
1 Funk, both of Montclair The funeral
will be at the First <'ongregath-inal Church
?er? on Monday and the burial will he in
I ?ireenwood ''emetery. Brooklyn.
Dr Funk was one of that rompa- si
la minded and broadly educated men
who, In this mafter-of-fact age, imbued
aritfa what Professor James callad
! ro believe," made | careful in.-e;t
j of the subject of spirit manifest?t o--? And
, he became a sincere believer. The
! versles Into which he entered a1
I wide ettaul
"ral years ago he asserted thgt '?
iiad seen the spirit ^t Henry Ward
? ar. In 150.1 he added grr
"?putatlon among spiritualists. A rar*
Ola, lost by It.? owner waa
through the agency, as Dr Funk d?
4 Mr Fieechers aptrit. The "proof
? thia test were auhmt'ted by him to a large
number of scientists, profeaaors and clergy
? men. and most of them gave Dr. Funk the
' eredli of befe i eat in his belief, i
true explanation of the
us book. "The Paychlc Riddle," he
a complete account of his
t that nin? tenths of the
.- that with these
i- mained phenomena thSM
? d on any basis but
Dr Punk began bis career a? * publisher
In 1878, w a vV Wagnal
?:. Wittenberg Co ge
? ?t WannaJIs Con.; I
. .. .??!? r-'.-vioij?! p\r .. 4 gasso
?- Chrtatian Radical
be magazin?- now
? The Homtletic Rev.- ?
I In 117*. In IS80 he fo
i tloa ergan. ?The
Missl ew" followed in ig?S and
'The "ne of Dr.
? ? m^nts was the
g I Bg Of "The Standard
.'tllsher for Ed
I De Witt Talniage.
ott Joaqu?n Millar. "Joetah
? Lianen, Frances i-:.
i VVllla H iwthorne, Biahep V i
Funk's own wrritlngs wem
? ??! arlth psychic pae
?Aas of Holland-Swiss stock, b"n In
IS3S lie prepar? d for the Lath
. ?>. t ??? h few years
pul 11? (-:on busineaa
He ws arriad, drat to Mis? Dbsa
Thompson. In [884, a: nd time to
?;nk died a yea.
BRIGADIER GENERAL CAREY.
? Brigadier <;enem;
retired, died .
? r home here Uite after
reneral of the armv during'
an war n;3 wife and
a i-:, i' Carey, ist
Infantr laugl ?, the srlfe of!
r M L Walker, i I . linear i 'orps.
Nie 1 .riera will take place
-. In Conn*
appointed to West Point from
- ??. and v. a
th Infantry In M i
wrved during the Civil War ?n Sew
? lanka and the national govern
I iiim two breveta for gallantry \
At t;.. if Apache Canyon, near
tab . ?:?-.: .-.i one !
U that gained the rear of
the enemy, captured and destroyed all t.veir
ammunition, suppli?e and transportation.
and turned the r the Union forces
at the front Ini I ry Th>- enemy,
? ?ico, ind prob
iciflc coast, were
? services on that
? ral Carey took part
? campa'gn against the Navajo
Indiana which - -neir being con
id. With a hundred und fifty picked
anvon de Chai
i-,, a feat i.ever before eeeompilehed in
time of w'ar With the Indians General
?;?n departmeni nommander. in
-t on the operation? of the .-urn I ???
?>: to ."?encrai i 'arey's conduct or. that
lion an "pa . .ii.-'Inga.ahcd."
? aa was brevette?! lieutenant eotonel.
srtennaatar >f New Mac?
me time aid superintendent of
teer Signai Service, chief mua*
irslng officer and eoanrais
rritory In UM, and after
:.,trge of tiie chief eommii .
trtment of Dakota, until October
I was appointed paymaster,
with the rank of major.
In .< c was transferred to
Washington as acting paymaster general,
; of IJa> master Oe*s>
'??? be ?uccsadesl
Ulyol that vear.
RICHARD STEVENS CONOVER.
r.. hard itesrana Catsenrer, who was one
of the uiganlaera of the Caanden a,- Araboy
?at'his boa ??*t"n N J Mr '''*""
netlred from active husineaa twentv
Horn la Hobokea seventy-nine years ago.
^lr ... a BOB Of the late ? 'ultimo
dote Tliomas Anu-rs.m - 'mover, U S N
He reeeived bis early education in hie
native to?n and law attended Princeton
university from which he waa fpadMialeat
Four aons and four daughters survive
. -1 e
CAPTAIN WILLIAM DALY.
Beaten, A??* 4 -Caftgtn WUnam Daly,
the last rtuil? member of the theatrical
family of thal name- diert '?-tl;,y Ht h,s
home In tuTrW after a long UlaPsML <'ep
.-!? lull" ?ma Bf*S nf ,n'- fnur brothers.
w,m tnrae staters, wer- an the atavga
at th? ?wine ttaa
eauailed *? ?,1V "M,"r l?l"m
Captain DaJy retired frota the stage many
The lut-- Pan Daly waa a
M M . -.. ? ? Daly
n - i -? ? Inother ? tat
Ward, wiie uf "Uni'" '
C?ptala Dull ?*?? barn In Bathutat. N J .
?fty-five )?*rj s<? ^ WM Promln,:Ul ??"
! years aa a referas of bostas matonea,
! Captlan Daly served one year in the Legtso
I 1.1 tur?. Ho leaves a aon. William, editor eg
1 a New York magazine.
- ? *- ?
CHARLES F. SCHNIEKER. 1
?. ?guata. Gh.. April 4?Charlea F". Sehn lag
bar. a pron ;nent coUrro afeakaf of Na*#
, Vi.rk and a member of th? New Tork Cofj?
| ton JSxenanga. died here to-day. Jltg
! heme ?a? at FVaeporf, Long Island.
STATE MOURNS ' FIDDLW BOB*
Thousand? of Tennwseeans View tha)
Body of Senator Taylor.
Nashville. Term. April 4? The people, of
U'.-st^m .in 1 Middle Terir.?we.e paid the!?
; final tribute to the memory of "P-d ll'.n*
Rob"-Senator Rober* Lgsaj Taylor-n-dayt
Tho' sands of persons walked alow!y r.aa|
the body of thai 'lead fenaror aa It lay ?f
state in the Capitol Nashville sus^endodl
.all business f.-day. and the capital gar*?
itself over to providing for th* -houaanda)
1 Of Tenneoee??an? who .-am* to wtrn. as th#
Funeral Bsrvi ?? will tak? pla--e ro-m?n
I row in Knoxvllle. wher? Senator T-iy >g
, will b- I urtsd
RODGERS'S BODY STARTS EAST,
Pa and ana, si. Apni i T?'e rod ?? of ? aU
health P Rodgera. tbs t-ar.e.-nn- innt.?*,
aviator, who waa killed yesterday in a flight
at Long Bearh. wil! he tak*n for burial te
Pltfaburah. 'he ho':i# of hta at""*r Mr?,
Rodaer* will start East w'h her husband |
body to-morr >w
JOHN HAFFEN LEFT $630.692.
The transfer tax appra'.-v - ? ?? ?itate
tt ??: rlsATan a brssrsr and bredtMT o<|
L/>ui.-< F !!afr?n. former pra^dert of the
j Boro'.gh "f Th? Bronx, tvai filed in 'hg
lorroassnaai txflea asstarig ? ?r.d ravA t :ej
ralos of the net es'ite at pv? gJJ Kr Haf?
fen died .in Bsptembsr Zi. tffcf, H<? * 'd.-itr,
HIS 'arollne Haffen, receives $41" y," and %
'If? Interest in S7;."-il. The SSBBtS ??-?Ids
aaenrttlea of ta* r. A y Haffen p-ewtaf
1'ompanv amounting to mi.ore
RESISTANCE TO ITALY GROWS
Eye-Witness Says Conditions in Tripoli
Are Wilfully Misrepresented
London. April 4 - T1-? TtaJtana haraj
elated an antJrSly fais? ImfnTSSStSfl n,f ths
real sltun'ton T wdlng to
? isorgs ?? ? wa a rttsr.
wh-i has apet:? the lasr 'our rnortha In ths
IB headquarters In Tripoli and has
just roturnod to London *>fr. Abbo.t .,*.
"lares that the t'a' a '-.,opS daee not o,ula.
Off ' -. ?'?,) frwri,..,^c s:-.c? thev missed
the psychological moment after 'heir Bag?
ture of 'he dty of Tripoli at the begin?.
nlng of the war
When Mr Abbott left Tripoli en Mar'-'t,
I ?tora still flocking up In largo
numbers dally from ?he south and fw?ir?
:ng never "to ?nhmlt to * ta Invada*"! Mr.
AM.n't found ',-ar tha ! allane' pos I sj
was betna weakened dairy, while the Turk*
Irak* arara eonMnually becoming
-?r^neer -r^?. ]atr?r ar*. w?u supplied with.
money and food, he says H? ??'-.n'ln'iedt
"Fever has proved more formidable "?
them than the Italian Are, but for on? sica
Arab there are probably ten sick I'allana.''
CONSUMERS STAND BY WILEY.
food eantasJttsa of the Marions!
LssgtM T a rr??"ng hsra
tsrdsy adopted raaolottona asyrssajng ? -
gret at the re?!grar!op of Harey W W <?
?? ?he rver-ar'mer' o#
.'.ture anii arltb?
drawal aa a ''disastrous eulminstlsn of ths
struggi? for the kjottsst astforeataan? of t".a
S.vri-ET TONNfXg -OB ^"ednevti I - -,
? ? r> tohn S. Allot)
granddaughter of lohn l>. T?wnall
n v ?non Bo
Notlres of ma'Dage* anil Heath? nuit OS
aci'itupunied b? full name and mid ret*.
1 Par- . N" -a? A
lartroi E To - ?."?*?' ^f
F'.nK. Imi.1'- K <
'. *r ' M B
i R.? niiov?On WeSneado! April t. ?t h?r la-?)
.. - - ?
a Barton runer*] private
yiir of her j?> . -
Oscar 9 and M
mo'her la Y
'"NX ? " S
at hi? roald 23 ?? * ?
S T T.iaa-- K.i iffman
f hi? a?? r
, ?; il? r?l ? *
the !ai^ Lowt? ?.'
J.nce. ?o S3 Wh?. lOth ?t , on . ?
HOAQ- :-.irnir??; of TuOOdoy th? 21
of April, - ???.
tn E H ?- M
? - S
E??t \:\<\ ?? .>n PrLday ?rtrrr.n.in it V
iti ' torment privat? on ??'a
PKH70LD Ob Wodnaeday Arn" .^. i ???
^tti<'? i ''ails
,?r-1, e at >'.'- ^<-e moM
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10 '? ? ' " *
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Bgdroa 3 at U p tr.
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. lain o( R
BlirTH?At Brook'.-n. en Tsosday AS)
- i ?ar Kjnerai p-'.vaf?.
gSVCBNT?Ob apt - - ' ''" '*?
*.>i> th? lato :
? hl? ?r?Mson. So. 3 ? ?
? romsklna it .<-* '7
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