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SUN, .SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, IDIO.
PUS WELL AS EVER
Maril Hliick Sppftnclos Ho
Mts (Jiillcrips nnil Ail
wnMiBK nr his entries
Iisinuatr Thnt A Hist "IMnv.s
Mr Cannot St" to voitl
t r nf '.j-en-f, nrr to Tar .St
!, 2' Fdgnrd Dckas
Pac. on tuiv in. isr.t
hpnltei ho had .1 happy
Me w.t? educated at tlt I.ouIh I.
".rfinfl ttlph School, one or the lw
rm ,i iii i 'ion cthi'tienred t.t
ft mill P.i4, when vltdlltlR
inir Valplncon n friend nf liN fiiinllv.
t." m pome ..f lncie.'f) worl;. iind It
tinned en t pit I ..iter he met In
trf. whom lie eii.Ttel iin liielily, m
j.. .Iriiulm; Mum nf the name lndv.
If, IS f, he uttended the 8chnol nf Kino
r .-. .ted the following enr he went'
t. Itviv n hln return to Parli lie
nmrte n thoroiiKli oturty nf the print
in.. rt en fit the t.nivre nnd for a tlm
ruiii'.'d ht.torl(il subject.. i
' tiinutitenible nrtli'M written!
if.nr nun tfinvu the sensational s.ii
f im 'Pne.T nt the Kir" le... a
itpre.H!Hic effect on the mind. "lie nf
thm written by an ndnilr.'i- of the nun
111 i"e iwinirr. ionriuur: "i n mere, i
'n Mmtmartre, UeKa. Uvea, Mind nnd
K.ll'Ary His caustic, hltlnsr spirit hn
nuilf a dMermroumf hH old ni;e. for ml
n tri.-n.ir imm pone. rime 1.11; m;
rernce, omerw oiu ieur tr nis '
trrr's.. lenoiien, ii. .(in inMiiui iii.a.i i
whfr" slur tho lnKreses with
divine line nnd the feverish
''Pe,in.i I not decorated The I.clon
H Honor lias not been offered him. It
wu kn.twn that 1' could not b. he
would have thrown It back tn the face
n; ihov who offered It. for the kpiiIaI
V.i nr ha remained fiercely antl
Treyfuard.'' Its name l often iironoiun i .I "p...
sli leit this Is wroiiK. us the ihould
b sounded 'I.'e.gar..' Another sketch
et tl - pointer by Andre Myi ho. In the
t?i. tlii. says:
Id ii I nan xttll unite a little l.oy
m father, tho well known palntei -n-1
Kravrr .Marcellln I esl nit In. often I....I; I
-n. t till him to the C.fe i in. rl.oi.4.
kt"e a qroup of uttlotx nud wriltsi
lU 10 meet eery e.eilillK, Mullet,!
-tint r. p.. Minis. .illl'.l.nlle. C. I'Ih
ff' itnle. Arm. mil Sihcatrc Puranty
rrid othr hesi. nanioM 1 luie fi.r
iett.tl A'l 'tf these spoiled the lllll..
1 was then. I used to climb on their
Ci" hnd explore their iinckets. where
' 'ftrn f "iiiil litile im-j and mi pets hld
rt'ij iiU'ii surprNe me M uni wniild
!' us i iirnr stiii. U In'.. iu f.i e t.
n. . in.' snec' nnd tl.' u m,.U.' nu
f'.'-C"' hi.' tenslnc by drawing tlKUies
'if UK with the bluckenei) enu.s of
ed matihen on the marble topped
aht So I loved nil tho.-.. who fr. .
H i' llted till) I'.lfe I'lUerbi.ls, all bill one.
lie alone fio7.e me when his Injure
mpeared In the doorway. That one
i pesas. Nover did it enme Into my
r nrl tn e'I'iib on to his Uniis' Nn'
!r inspired nie with fur ton inuih f.ar
. "i tils sex.ro Innl. and his . ve- i,.;ii-
'. masliPd by tpecta
t tn with a sort of tie-ww
f black t
,. black, 1
0 nd them.
For even at that distant time
.-.I-. t- 1....1 . .
1 .VSI i.tkh.- linn niii'.iu.i ti.iiini
e, sight' HI friends used lo ask him ,
rv fxeitlnK r.bout the progn f 1
his tmttblo ami ho would icplx. 'I! is
net viry brilliant. lint his iler.ttlie
vs'.tht has not ttreventeil that adn
rsble artist from painting nmst nf hi
maHerplece." since that time, ini luil- '
se 'Dancers at the ltar ' !
fn short, the blindness of IVira is
n of the moit mjaterlon.s i.f historical I
nv?nonina. HemeniberiiiK the proverb'
ther IP noni so blind as him who will 1
w e." some malntatn that peBa. ,
rt his misanthropic spirit, plays at beina 1
VJnd B') not to be compelled to lee- I
egnue people In the street The fact
, that when romo paint .sllnncr al,
Pejas to come and K've lilm an opinion
n ht work Pegas Is glad to take
ru?e In 'Alas! My eyes, my poor eyes!
' canno' possibly do It," and five tuin
it. after ho may b found in ecstacy
a front of a litile fine drawing by
Only rerntly as Degas was visiting
pl'-ture gallery fstranite o.ciiiailon
'it a blind man!) hn saw ilf the ex
p"slon ts allowed) a lady approach
him with every mark of deference:
' Ob. maltre' Mow pleased 1 am to
net you" No reply from the maltre.
' Vmi do not recognize me" I had
hs honor of being Introduced to you.'
Alu" interrupted pegas, 'how can
' recornlze you? I can see nothing,
'fie eonventlon continued some ruln
thanks to the lady's pertinacity.
h -uddenly the artl' exclaimed:
0'it what il stupid mania vnu have.,
mniUm. to wear such long hat pins"
'Artists havo had to strugule for
'tifir ideals and al the same time to
tight with want. All tint more credit Is
Iuo to them, for, as Pumas tils used to
v. 'P Is very hard for an cmptv sin k
o keep upright" Hut Uegrm never
"i to suffer through want nf money.
i fad which ban made his altitml" of
fsxnge Irrrcnncilabillty much lasler to
'iHiiitain without in lb" least dlmlnish
'ng his merit of being, with Oatidu
Minn, the founder and glory of ini
i)rhionibtn. t tho piesent moment pegas could
only realize $200,000 or f MMn by
fl.g his paintings that he has kejit
a his poa..'slon. This iiiiesilon vva
'fo'Jght to my mind when leading an
"li'iuent ' article by .laetiues Dhur In
support of the author's rltrhis lor ar
'M bill, In which he deplored that
flv' a cent of the S7,000 would reach
Degas for hl picture, wlm liven bis
riumhln scanty lira on o Monemartre
Ifth tloor, unable to work because! he la
"Jlud. There strc plnnty of vlcllm. that
oulil he quoted without miming Degas.
" I" true tic Uvea tin the fifth floor, but
' ' In a luxurious rtudlo. He wcrfa
''Ink fcpectacles (which give him no
rW view of life!; but hi sees! Ho
ment, but not for his own fate, Ho
'itTtf.nt the fiuworthliicsK nf youngiM"
nerattoiis, iho Ignorunr of present
'fists, the decomptnlllon of Ftench
oep.ty the rhameful acts of the gov
tTinra, and the tyranny of capital. He
hvtk retired but not banished He Is
'plendld Isolation "
Vntither artlr.U .pcali of TlfK-in'n Iro
'Mion follows; "No foot cro"s
'h thfedltoW of the mor than modest
'r"rtmnt h tnlmblts on the fifth story,
Ttottlcv.irrl de CtM,v, !,.,. nr. Vtlllltt. f
"'' dlnvo lilm ft- flDl I he 4 lit I tl.Hl in III I
' i" v i Jla vh ., i. ,., I In
sullltide lm met tlur I whim The
llgc.t servant will. MM ,hv;iVM til 1 CMKlclj
H I hi," old l.nt'ticlni'ii w mis continues
" defend lilm front nil tiupoittiniile
vbllors. Ill avhIIm have mi pictures,
He takes unending walks, lioin lime to
tlini' using Hi., omnibuses ,- ulll t,iti
neither on nit hit dI II I'h other mm
llllVC hcCOtllo MlilllgelM Wlliwc cnntpaiiy
Would . distasteful o I in Never
has hip vvnm.iii, Kiev ray. cnhs-hlciied
with Iht finlli- tin. i.ti.i, ..r .i.i.
tiller philosopher iiml npscixot in.!
diligent for 1 1 . in ... 'nlry sin he pos- i
SOSSO.S III 111.. Il.,,,. .,v ,K lie. I
rumiiliite.t Measures. I.i.ving ne against
Hie other along Hi,. wiiIIh. Mm i.mii
Works, efiveietl with iltlMt. lie .. I
l.lfl u. nl t.l . . . I
''" mis loved. .. never
r,"",s "" uis Hie windows arc
llPler .., as Hie ftlltllt,,. mnyers
left I lu-ll til. V He '
Pi ISII e. h.i have Well .,t,i,..1 ll,l
lllblst lilt .jjiui: m ,.,,,,1,1
lint Men he was g,, s, l, f ,,,,.
IIIC hid all,'!! xxhn.o ,.t( .,,,,, .,.
loin'll In luKe tho place or sight
-,H:,DAZES THIEF WITH CREAIVi
PUFF; TRAPS HIM ON ROOF
Iiiliiiilci' l,cii)m Ki"ln I'iioI
on II(iihcon riccino
Winn Mrs ll.ula u-IIi.ii
nn the t'i,ird tluur nf tin apartment
house at 10 WYet llf.t, stree,, ,u! on
her hat nnd mat l.iie jritord.iy artet
nooii ami wont to it... ..,in,.r
ieen store nlie
niui intent diior
forirol in In, K her
. r,.v. nninttcs Liter Snlomnn WtNon
h.er husband, omit, h.t.iie ami found
Until .iontf leadiln; tn tb.
ic.is lea.hm; tn tl... apartment
He tt.rnc,l tn the sidewalk '
a Mis. Wilson was conitiu; In '
Putt'.- MtlMUKe"' escl.limed .Mrs..
lln mid they rush."! up staus to
Invcstlitatc. As Mr. Wilson bic.an Mck
Inu' on the kitchen d ...r it -,i,,,.niy
Hew npen and n yoiini: man riish.-.l nut.
"Thief!" cried Mrs. Wilo.n a- sin-
struck the youiii; m. n .i,1ii,i ,i,;,,s
jllle fui'o lth ,,. p.nj ,,f ciPiim jhiOm.
, Th- Inii ud. r ew.ilinw. d ii.,,ii H trv.
fmir al a
beuan In di'M Clid
i. in- He i am-.
of .the tuiildln.'.
l.oldel and cl in'.
the m.,i -s '
.. it 'n i.
I' id a
..I i. 1 1..-
! r.i.if nf s Wi st 1 li'.t'i , i,
a)ul Mrs. Wilson sturti. .1 tlie
li -lil.i'. .rs
J by slinutlii "s-'tnp thief:"
j From the roof of No. s the youn man
miol an eicnt f ...t 1. ..p t. the '..,f ..f
the adjoinlm: ),i.t'litiir t No. ti. Thr"
lie was MM, ii. !',, lie i,.t. i,. i'iml,
back and i.iil.l u ,' ,,a t,, : , n. i
building, there beiim in ne.
It was al this Jiuic'.trv tl .f .1.. .i. ,-k
sorueant a: the J.en.' .i.enue p..llci
station heard ov r the ie'. i.in.n, n:,it
a biirKlar had b ..-.i tmppeil on a tmif
lu his p-..i.nit. Pi-t..:i. s Itaimtt and
I'lirliJ!,. e,. (lespail l. I to lie , e,.
... ''in h.i.;...- ere..:,) putrs ,,-t his '
U ihe - a ..n ,...-m, in w,.- ,.-laIU!lM.iUKU..altU.f.iKh credit for ii is 'nenilly
i'..i-. "i. ..i.i ,- ' pivcn to tl.u iMiistnietor Maianb After
'tilth Mr iiml lnee ill., t.,.11 lu '
. .. I.sl that h. w, s wanted In
11 st.-r, N. V nn the 1 'nrni' of hav -luc;
1, .1,1,,, 1 his uncle. .li.M.pn I'arr.LMti,
.'. I'll ill. nit etr.-et. th.it . ..(' ,-,i.
.11 las , ..ml ,.'iie ,i:itc-.'io.- i'..'i ;i.i
... I.e.1 111. ,n a 1 ti . ..f int. Bin ,
tier he c.illtessi il thai lie hud tiibbe
n lK.lt-.- snllli-xx Itel v III W) SI Ib'i'b ilf.-el
u '.vvck aw... Hi- niUii't leim-mtter ;!ir
exact aildi(.s, hut Kia ss. .1 be c.iui.l
point the iiotibe oiit. When the money .
from t at last r,,l-'.'-rv h.nl tone he i
i.luiued vctd .1 .x
BURGLARS GET WEDDING GIFTS.
Nru I? vir.l Meliirn from
linnet - '
, , , .ln, , r, n.,
M-rrls Oken win, lixes :tr. la.M
I'lft.x -sixth strc. t and win. was tii.iin.d
hist .-..lulay ici'trned to his hous- with
hjs ,.,,. rrt,, ,,., ,m.j ,., . u
,,.,.1K.k t j,Ki , f,lll!ul ,,.lt,.
..,..... ..... ,.,,1,1,, d,,,,,.',,,,,!,.
Pushing iigiilit-st th's he found the Ice
box had been moved up to support the
thai!'. When h" liniillx got in he saw
two men climbing .mi of the window
niitn 1'ie Hie .-.-cup.' and saw them Matt
up tuv.atd the fnof He followed, but
they got itvvax.
While In- vas chasing the two men
his bilde tumid that $.'00 worth of wed
ding picseiils hud been taken
TELL OF PICKPOCKET SCHOOL.
i'llii litis N i, Illicit ) Police a
Tlicj'rr xfrnltl In 'I'rll Where.
Lieut. Panic! ( iContior, head of the
ItionM.Mi pel.etsM lluresu t'apt. Shaw.
Sert- Aden", 1 .''..( t!vi .s powllng and
K.-nii, 'l iii.il h.x.'ial pnlK .tiieii. all fi.im
the llcUfoiil .v. mie st.itloti. al l. -HI i'(l 1 . t -yitlda.v
iifl.-rn....!' in III' Wlll'iimxhlng
slioptilng dlstitet nt 1 1 .t .1,1 nti-I Hive.
ireixT htreita two !.. wliuni they said
tli-v saw tivli.g I" pak tt'P pockets of
Ml'Vellll W'lltll.'ll slleppl-f'
The vviitncii were as niurh suriulstd ,n
the buys wei tvlteli tile detectives
pounce I upon them, and believing that
they were attack! by rtittlati they
fought di Npeiatels Snmehmlv tele
phoned to the lledforil avenue station for
the leserves, hut befnie they anlved tlm
detectives hud miiclted I lit- lnys off t.l
the atathai house.
There the hols said thy wee Ala-:
Nathan, l'l years olil. of ?'i V.- Thlnl
stieil, nnd Samuel Walluch 12, of IT.
Clinton stieet, Mnnhattm. They w-pt bit
lerly and said they I'cvl'.'d dally Inbtiuc
lion la poi-'ki't pl"klnir it a sihonl mi the
laist Sid". They hal been tlm iiteni-.l
with death. th.v said, If they ever told
vvla'ic Hie school waa
The pollen In IIH'okln have lit en re
eelvltu' ftiJin shoni'iia and itaih sm.-n in
Wllllainsbuig tii'iny cinnplaltitH of pockt t
picking. , , ,
Slax NiUh.in will be airalgiied In lint
Manhattan avium police conn, liioiililjn.
to-dav on e charge of dlor.erly eoii.luet,
nnil Saimii! Walliieh. who la lodged m the
Children's soidet. will h aiialgiied In the
Chll'lien's Colli t "' ;l 'haige nf Juvenilo
FAVERSHAM SAYS HE'LL SUE.
Chnrri IVIImt Aelor Willi llrrnch
William Favershttm, who bus been play-
lug al Hliiibeila Tliviitre, Newnru. lu
"JuIIuh Cs'sar," sa.vs that hn Iiuh In
sttucted IiIh Httorney to bring a suit for
breach of out t net ufalnut Tyrone Power,
a member of his rompny. and also to be
gin proceeding to have Power enjoined
fiom plny'iut In any nth.', company.
Poteer rimed the putt f PmlH), but
unit Mini ll.-i.ton chtitchlli took his piuce
.xrham sajs that Power was Jenlous
of Frank Kppiihii, who plael the part or
.M. (iillnt llns Much Prnisc
Their Work in Thi
f'nn n try.
i'I.wm: vnn nf.w vokkkks
Sii l.ni'iil 15pnn Ai'l
cirt Is Poinr F.M't'l
er it" ' nrrftiondmrf to I tl,
PaHI. Pen V". Tho neriei pr leetlliis
beillK delivered lUlller tllP AUspiCPs of tll
I'Vani o-Ainerieati I'omuuttee deserve fnr
more public support than they have In-eti
leieiviuR Tho llfth lecture dealt with
Krelicll lll!1U"liee nil Amellepn nrchl
leeliiri. and was ibdivered by M I.oiiis
Hlllot, who has been n. professor of archi
tecture lu Montreal nnd is now curator
or the t luuills .Miistiuui. part of the SH),
OOO.OKl lecacy lelt to tile Instlttlto by
Mine laiounrd Andic, lie dcs'rlleil m
'I'm. Si'.v of .KuiB 2 "this year
M (illlot's most Interest iui; nildte.-
b.'oti);ht out many facts that are not
known to the Keimrnl public, at least In
1'r.iuee He began by sayini! that every
Issly build- In Atnerleu; that there is
utilltnitetl money there for the purpose,
and that every one knows and takes an
interest in the latest building He
traced the beginnlriK of Trench iufhieiiee
on .Vinericnn arehltceiure to th visit
I paid to Franco by .letTereon when Scre
Jtary of Stato, ilurlliR wdicb Jefferson
i studied tho at'ehitooturnl style of f .cutis
XU V ,ime n1''1 ,TeL'Uilly.l,'M ' .
n'" of "" "rM 'h't.es ol the i.-ivly e
tabliehed t'otiRrivs wiu. to baild a l cd-r
XVI 's time and especially plan. of towns
citv. WasbiiiKton lids i reation oi
capital was soniethliiR new for it wn. to
represent the he.ulii uarters of a cen
tralized Rovernmeiit of tins different
StatPH. whereas Versailles and M Peters-
burp, to instance two ctealed towns
!i distinct ftom towns which hale crown
were the etpressloiis of motuirchlcal J
The man who drew up tli Hi t plan
fur WashitiBton was a I renchmati.
Ma tor i.T.utant His early history is
cntiii'ly unknown. th leet ner slid.
,.xt-ftt that ho was a volunteer under
I.itiivetioandlielotic.'d to tl.eenziueenni:
ilnnirtioent When he was d.stnK-ed
troin tho nnderlakinp at'er a vcar'setn-
ploymetit ho pasnod his days in trytnit ti
buttnitliole mendiers of t'.it.p,tess aiiri;ir
make them listen to lu tain of ill treat- al
uicnt hnini twenty years later a sum nt
t,:ii)l 2D was votivl to him. and when he
.li.l his plans for W.iMitiiKton were
found in hi-, hands. Tlie plans were tint
fnllvwrsl. and M (llllot repretted the
way they hail U-eli disfigured In 1W") '
'a emitnis'inii vntisl that I. I.niant
j plan- .should l- npaiti t iken up
! New Voik Citv Hull wn another work
f,,r, whi1f;h ,,,(, vaTv . ,.",.,!,
authorship, savinc it was desigiusl by
tills stimI, w lien
the Colonial etyle was
aUindoii.sl, year- ol platitude followisl
from which America was only arotiMsl
by the civil war. which cave them liacit
Thei" w.is pleiitv of money but it xva ,
ll.it h'!lt nil lllll I.I 'IK b,ll.ltll.
vt!ai etylt ieu;'i.sl, tien-( it e ,-..,i...
(i'.ttlic. a ety c.l.ii!llll',lti.llt o ll.-iii-
latmti." until about 1V,i inchaidanti and 1
It Mom Hunt xere iho tno ineti iIlii
the tevoliition. and I runty
Host 'in, is tho work thai mark'
1 - -
'the em i.r (ielneran.'.' M (iillnt 's'Uld , ,,,,,, ,,.,,1,... xx.re piic-d In bro
i no' tind winds too htmnt; tn pr.n-i this 1 i,,,,. l:in,s and tb.u fm bmlKT f.ille.l.
. churi'li; "majestic, a is-al .reation, ami
I "hemic t.-r.s were some nf hi term
ti .in.t t-imli .... ni i.nmil xvmlt. i.llbiioirli it
l" s tine pM"lit 1.11 iltl ipt.ltioli of an
Auveignal catlnstrai. witn mime UR-
' gestions front Salamanca
"At lust Anarchy has been . tt beliind "
jaiUM (iillot, and he ptuceoded to aflllii)
the iutliience of Franc on Iticli.irdi-oii.
.who si.'tit live years studving at the
Reau.-Arts The Vanderbilt Hot?l. by
i Hunt, anil th Hilttnore were two speci-
mens htj selected as iiislaiu es of feeling
I and taste for the tine and beautiful, while
th galvatiu-plaslto nt a Itostou chateau ;
I hotel wan cotideintied as bad Mcliiiu. 1
Mead A White, a linn to winch he htiwcd !
many tributes, showed generally an
Italian style, while Current A Hustings,
another llrm when work he praised most
highly, were as a rule followers of French
tradition. Hut neither linn limited itself
1 to one style.
"A Frenchman finds his country again
in Koslott," continued M. (Iillot, ami In.
expatiated on the beauty of the Huston
Library ami the Italian effects of the in
tenor. Clarence Mackuy's chateau at
UcKlyn. I.. I., tho I'nivorsiiy Club ami
I irVauy'a weie other examples shown
by the niacin lantern. "I!ut il may be
said that ahnoet all this work is Imitation.
Where is American art?" Not in sky
scrapers, ucoordins lo the lecturer, who
condemned tliso huilslngs us possessing
no atom of atl, being merely unlit. iiian
with the saute beauty that an engine
possesses. He seemed positively re
lieved when his assistant failed to Iiml
Hp) Klatiron tbiildint; elide
"Imitation Is the only means to original
ity," ho argued, "wul America pos4fSsis I the condition of the tli ni The aboved
an unlimited facilliy of assimilation. It ( misapplication look place between
may 1st that America is on the ave of Iind- June. 1910. and July, liHI. The bank
nig iU own art; Versailles ufter all is an i had to seel; shelter In a merger with
Italian paluce. America ii another Ku-i utiolher bank when II wan found Ib.U
rope, il Is th" llnest dUeovory of thel"'" huge, huid Cox's bank had lomed
Itctiaissauce. Tlie Meilid were the Piel- ! '''"llr ""U''iny could nnt be cil
pont Morgans of their age and the llonais-1 nd wor" "r by lllnisv a,
sauce lasted 300 years. All these, consider-, "'"' ,,, ,, ' , ,, , ,.
ations point K-the possibility ..r a new , h J"'""''' N ,c',', ,Pii J.Ia.r "l,"f ', ',"
, 1 . , ,. , J. , ,. ( in r company was Indicted Jointly with
...tool uns lug m th. Ft. led .states i Kc.ltll ltw Vount. on the charge .hut
New Nork Library, ir not ong Hal, is per- jK(.ltll mi Mi),.U1 eUnnwl1. lprmi
feci work. Himco 'has a false, idea of , , ,.,,,, tr ,, ,,,,, nlul ,,hlshed a
modern America. Ihe l nele Sain typo report and statement concerning the
is extinct Nowhere does a greater wiah ntiHiiclal condition of the Foril-.loliuron
lor beauty and order mist: nowhere is Company, Involving an account of the
liner polish or better maimers to be found. I amount of gvjd.Aim in the Cincinnati
Atnnrira Iiuh sought Frarinei's method and I Trust Company on October HO. 1900,
discipline, for we ara the only architects when hi fact no such deposit had been
since tlm Cirpeks," jtnade."
ti,, (Vn.,,i CD,, tni i kijiiiihi .ii w v..,i,
was iiiote us tho work of one who had
lieu a student in Franco (Wat rem and
the missing slido of tlie Flat lion liavlng
now been louiid that- btiildini; was dip-1
played on thn Hhet with the logrelfuli
confession that It was also by onn lrlio
had studied in France (Sullivan) '
1'h, VVnll Htr)it r)ltlnn nt Til lti-,u,i
Hlt.v contains all the financial news urn
ths lock mni bond uuotatlonn to the elo.a
of the market. Tho cloalns yiioutlonn. In -
il'iillng the "bid and ssked" prlrcs. win
sd.ltllnnal newt mattsr. are contained al.i
In thn Night Final and Complete Final
lltlnns cf Tub Kyihinu Hon a,h;
SIX CRAP GAMES RAIDED.
cp,i Srieslptl Wipe linn I Mile Or
icntilriillitii I 'ciinfilnf nril.
I. lent. Pan CustlKiui n ml n number of
lila men raided slv nllegirt crup guinea
lit Stndlsou, Henry Broome, Pcliincey
nnil (Jtntid Hlrcls nt 12 nclook liifl
nlpht itml nrreKted nevm men iimmed
ot riinnlnif the pnniec.
Thren v.ne tiiUen to tlin Mudlunn
Mteet Ktntluti mid fmir to llio t'llntMi
rlreet Mtiitloil. whom tltry urio Imoked
UN i I'lnni'in unmhleij.
The nild.M were inn.ln en nnnptiilnt '.f
infinite of the KehllUh, nn IChhI Hlile
WOMAN KITLED FOR INSULTS.
Muinillr llrr for Met Ulna
llrtite of Three .llniilh.
Mts M'.iroi.i. ,ln it A. Knleilnt; (.obce
heailiimirteiti to-nU'bl ivllboiit upltii
tloii or ri:lllore. John Cotlley, I t years
old. Hilled the tlrsk sel'Reatit aside nnd
told blni that he had strain;!, d Mrs.
Herlha Anderson to death because Hi.,
woman had rcvIM bin bride nf thus,
Anthony Anderson, hinb.-ind of tho
murdeied woman, stumbled over her
dead bnlv when he returned from win It.
Willi one of her husband's neckties
tied t -'Idly about her neck the woman
lay ilcnd on the Hoor and her two pets,
a white poodle doe and h white Ancota
cat. lay on her bren-t.
KIBBEE ESTATE TRUSTEE
IS ACCUSED OF SHORTAGE
AltoniPN SihiiiipI s. Mali
Cliiirffcd Willi Faili'iiir lo At
conn I for aioi.oon.
' Ai.invv. .Ian. t -Samuei S. Hji:
, rr. ctiurcli trustis and club mem
li was charpeil to-iLiy In a petition
1 nid d.iTie Hied in the futility t'letk's
lofll.e. with b.inn sbott about
las trusto- "f three funds nnd
j will of Alftlti S Kibb.-, v h
July 27. lfOTT
Mr. Il.itt was attorney f v
f.ild to have tseti iulerestcl
Iness with Mrs John M. ''rap.', for-
i ttierly ..f Albany and now of ni i-irtii
avenue. New Vurk city.
The ordi r, which was issued a week
UK" by t-'upicine t'outt Justice William
I. iludd, dlffcts Mr. Halt tn tutu over
to the I'nliui Trust Couipany, bis su.ces-
iis trustee uniler tlie ii).).e.. win. i
mm ignites, .securities, notes audi
..f . e.,i'v I I ... I i it. 111.. . I. it U'ltti'
The order was ..l.taiuol
lie Arilnir I. Andrews, ntloriiev for t he
c'n Tr,,., 1 . .,. -1.1 1- i.e. 1 hv Willl.iin
V It Lrviiu:. nttoruey tor the legatees
under the Klbhee will.
Mr. Il.itt nsKed for a week's time
before the tllliw nf the order, accord
luir in Mr. Am'.iowi. Friday Mr. An
' '.1,reu "
; H.itt aklne for
ions letter from Mr.
mote time, hut the
lovatees raid they wete weary of tho
delays. Mr. Andrews tli.n refused anj
The i.etltion was made by William R
K.bl.ic. sou and former b.i,it;e art
liet' of Autln S Klbhee.
1 .f the trut fiinu 1 rented bx the
will mie was of l 000 ami tl.l f
J."ni.ni.o i-iu '1. La-l M.i Hat'. I'efued I 1
coinpl. Xklt'i .. ilemnnd t" ''II 'i..w Hie
U I T 1 .- W.is Inx estc.l, bill ITnlO1.".' 1 l.i.tn
.. laser A rnittroversv tiaii ur..e and
II.Hl resinned a tiusl.. The I'll.. II
usi Cnnip.iit.v wut- nilimiutled. Halt
ave x nrl. 01s ronnui" for b.s ilelsiy.
li lw ilmt Mr Unit exnlain.'d
l .... ,,1.,., , vn'.natl m was tin, a relatlx
e I the s lie .1.
Halt tefus. J,
.! t au:;. rem ve,l
rave them t. a bin
li.nvcv er, tn irlv e the
Ither tiic relative nr tlie
Mr. Han Is a m.
Mi ad A Hal'. I' i
went i.j N. w V. L
tuber nf the llrm of
. lindi'f-tn.id that he
I, !.i.-l MnlldllV
B, COX BANKERS.
, INDICT TWO G
! ( lmrue is I'luit 'I'Id-j i.piii r I
j ,, n,i,,.( - .
'it., i .xs .ut. Jan 1 Two fonnt r n'ti
clals ot the Citnitinati Tru! Compniiv.
.. I.I..I. 1...r,.ru 1. tit.,, 11-ltll .lllllltllt
, ..,,,.,. ,.,.,.,,',,, f eitx had as
Its ptesldoiit (ieorge 11. t'liv, former lie
puhhcati io!ltlcal leader, were Indicted
to-day by a spiral Craud Juiy which
has been Inve-tigathtg the affair of the
trust i otiipan Th' v w re Nathaniel S
Keith nnd F It WTIII'ims. secielnry and
treasurer i-e.-p.-nlv ely of th cmpanj.
. P Martin, former v lec-pres'dent of
lite Foril-.loluii-nn Chair C'Hiipnny. a
corporation of Indiana, was also lit
I Keith nnd Williams nie jointly
i charged in twenty-four counts of niW
'npplvlng fund of the bank to the use
.ami betu lit of the IVrd-.lohusou Cont
'paiiS. of which lieorge II. C.x was al
i linns picsiduit ami director, and to
which I'ompr.is'' Cij.xs Cincinnati Trust
Coinpuiiy loaned tunic titan 51.000.000.
The sums said to be misapplied aggre
gate nearly lOti.ooo and It Is charged
that at the time the loans nolo made
the Foril-Jiilinmu Company was inset
vent and thai Keith ami Williams knew
former rrcbiueni t.ox of tun tiusi
rompany waa not Indicted. It was
rumored that another Investigation Into
the affairs of thn Institution will bi
Hllllilltiineously with the teportlng
of the Indictments ArmlMunt Attorney
'.tcuvral SlcOhen itnnouuced tliat be
would proceed agalmt tax dodgluc lsrgti
iln.i.iMltiira tt III. 11 net., nu 1 1 'Pr.iat f-'mti- '
I rwxt. ..... . . .' l. '
(uuiy. i up. e.xperin who xveni liuougn
hooks discovered Ihev av that
' X, ,',",. Vt hnk fe.i it?' .
' "ffl ttl" "f ,lln ' '"
PHor Id eacaplng taxation on tlm
money they had In the bank,
i McOhce expects to rcovei J 10,000 In
uenallles and back laxea.
CASTRO HAS BUSY DAY
ronniT I'rpxMtMit of ciifziiclii
Ifnnl t Work on l'lipor
In Hi-? Cusp.
IIKAHIXti XKAT l-KIKW
!cn I'iptiHito I'astto did not sn.' foe
llatnbili'i; on the Atnerikn .lest-'dav
tiiotnllitf because of the wilt of habeas
corpus obtained tho duv before by1
Ucoi'Ho Uordoii J'.altle In 1iIm behalf. '
Instead of Kolni; of thlnkinp of isoltiK
i ue one time Ptesldcni of Venezuela
most Industriously helped his lawcrs
In preiiarlni; his ciso for the hearlnp
which Is to be held on next Friday, In
cidentally h. executed several volumin
ous utlldawis in whlcii he declares that
ho Is a Hi person to visit the 1 'tilted
Htntes and it Is believed that Mr. linttle
may use t 'ese allldavlts on Monday or
Tuesday lu an attempt to pet tin; Lien
era I off Hills lland under bond or In
bond, pending the final derision In his
cae. As pleasant i4 his quarter.-) are
the (leneral would much prefer to o -
etipy the suit,, nt the Pld..j wlileh be
enfciiKPd by wlrelc-s on New Veal s
t In his aflldnvlts yeter.iay the f!en
Isjenil took up about every provision of
the law affectlnc the landing of aliens
in an effort to ptove that he ,loes not
( come under the prov lalons which would
' .-ir him. He declared that he l simply
j a tourist, that he has never been con-law-'
vlcie.l of a crimp, that he m no Idea
lof dolntr auyihlnR which tnUrhi make
j any frlendlv nation unfriendly or sore,
that ho li.ts money enough to pet
, around with, that he Is phyMoalty well
and that he Is planning to trn nway
from here in about three month.
"There bus been no decision of de
portation In the (ieneral's cae." said Mr.
It. .III., "..na 1 n..iin,n It,-.. ti-lll t.A
now bv a board of special In-
iUity. The case then will go In the
t.'Kulur lontlr.e to the Secretary of Com- t
in. rce and Labor, from whom an appeal
Ito the Tederal courts will be taken In
naso the erdlct I analnst us. There Is
nothlmr more to be said about the case
to-day except that Mr Pafarty of this
office has obtained the affidavits and I
will decide on looking them
whether to apply to haxe my client ad
mltted under a bond. '
The teal excitcutent lu the Castro ca-s -Castro Is an alien and sunjcei to in
sterday cam through I'nltcd States oxamlnallon ptescribul by the iniml-
' Maishal William i:. ll. nkel, who bad
not Keen anie to c.-i into the case he-
fore Judce Holt late mi Fridav niifht
issued u writ of haWas corpus for one
i)waldn ( Itiarnleri. a waiter, who wnivveie about to be taken to pt-e Dtni tlie
held up after he was icturnliiK from
1. vacation In ICutope for bis phvsliai
was ordered deported on
the Merlin sestririay inonilng. Henkel
got Hie wilt and an Idea that Ciuar
n.crie was some sort of .Spanish for
Castro, whereupon he announced that
he x us going to gel the dictator. Ma
Killed nil talis Iflatid and learned that
C.tiarnleti had been sent aboard a ship
which Heiikel understood was the Amot
ika. He callid up the llnboken dock
mily t.. learn that the Aninilkn had left,
lie at once itr.pt c.-sed a revenue iiiliet,
v. Inch butlctcd us xiay dnwn tn x.hctc
il.e I lg iuicr wa nn Hie mud all in xain.
'l'l utter than i.n ..I Kul. in ihe Iter.
tin. which it found tit hoi tlncl. Cuar
nn'lt was removed llenl'.el was ili
foi'lltetl, and he Itutiiediately started
around the Federal liulldir.g looking fnr
tb- man who had told him tliat (laar
nien was Spanish fm- fastm
U. S. TO FIGHT CASTRO WRIT.
i. ox eritnienl I'eiir llnd Preeeileni In
W.VMIINllTllN. .bill I. Tile Pcp.llt-
:pi ni nf Comm. rce and Labor intends
I,. ,i.i,im. i 'ipri.i m i Castro's I'ottrt pro-
eding under a writ of habeas corpus.
The Pepartnicnt has determined tn do
I'll, chlctlv hcmiiue if I', e piece.letit
wl'iih such n.tion w u.l I e:.t I'lb-h if
I'.isirn were successful. ( ifllcial nf the
Iim Next S u m d a v ' s
Siuiim, J a itiuuiary il2t)h
An Owen Johnson Sto
A Mystery of the North Woods
.1 detective story by Hcskcth I'ritehard.
ivhieh describes another nf the exploits of
Warning by Major Geo, Wood
Chief of Staff of the 'niied States Anny,
snys plainly that the standing army main
tained in thin country is not large enough
or strong enough to protect us in case nf vw.
To Be Pylblished In Next
Lexington to 3d Ave.
The Biggest White Sale
We Have Ever Planned
Many months have been apcnl in the foremost markets
nbroad and at home in onsemblinp; mountainous storkr. of
snowy undcrmtislinr, for this momentous event.
We luvc plstiiied tn make this sal
the Inguest in the history of our store.
Stock arc considerably larp.rr, varie
ties arc much Rreater, and the spore
devoted to the sale has been wonder
fully rnlarced We have given over
one-half of our big cloak And suit
store, in addition to our muslin under-
wear department, for the display and
sole of the beautiful gprtnents in this
annitnl Bloomingdale exent,
American Muslin Underwear
Night gowns .
Chemises . .
. "He to $7.'S
59c to SH.9H
$I.9H to $I9.9S
c to 7c
,c to $4.(10'
59c to SI. J
L , Lexington to Third
neiiartment said to-duy that this was I Herman Altlrlch. has been tnlsatlilt nom
Irs" Umo that a writ of habeas , 1. s ,9 West Knd ave,,,,.. slue.
us had been obtained by a detained Tu said .ast nr.tit .hst M
linmlfiraiit befmo the lnimlnratlon ha(, h,1 , Hn,, fl,r M)m
ulllclals had reached a JuilRtnent on hls( ,(., n ,,t, ,h, i,,,,,,, tl, , (, ma,Kct
case Tlie (lovernme)it oMIcIhIh believe Imr. shu said. Mis. Al.lrleh told Die pollc
p sets a vcrv bad exantplo and wllljslie l.-ared her sou-hi-law may h.,ve
,U, to haxe the case referred back t J'J", X.Z?""" """
tlie linuiiuratlon olllcals. , t)tt,.cln,.j .1,-taiir.i , k ft..,
I tlll. ials of the depaMinent ale ion- ltl tlliui. ,,
lldtlil that the habeas corpus procicd-' The police say Mr. i'...,t; Is a salesman
lues instituted In t'astro's Isdialf will, for a Lour Island roiicein. Ito hs ilv.
prove of no avail to hltn. chll.lien.
t'omnilssloller VIUIa)HS, uiey say. win
! present Castro in eotirt as directed by .
'tho vvrlt and will Timely nave in e.-1
i plain that under the InmilKiallon laws
' "ration law. u win men r.-i
011 ceiiun ni um v,..-i ...1., ...
' trii was held tip exactly
au 0111, 1 ;
! unmli;rant under suspicion and steps
' required examination before a noaru
1 w hen be nunoiincvd Ills determination to
return to Kuropc
This was grantetl and the Immigra
tion authorities were led to be.llcve that
lie was going to leave for Hamburg on
'the steamship Amcrlka. U will then
,b. explained, that the habeas corpus
'writ was Issued In the meantlmn and
that all the Immigration officials want
Is tin opportunity to profrred under the
law to give Castro the teiulred hear
IIiib beforo the board at Kills Island
It is pnltiiol nut that the Immigra
ted! authorities ,o nnt nfsert that
Castrn is dciinitab!", but they must
act aticrdinc tn tlie law and prec
1 e leiilH It 1 utiderstuod that some
ollielals of Hie Pepat tui. tit of Com
merce and Labor belles, that Castro
will be admitted unless something more
serious than his history of political
lntr!M'"s Is brought up against lilm.
The authorities huxe found no ground
in lb" tih.xslcal examination for refus
nig him uilmlttauce. and it Is acknowl
edged that nthi
r features of the nise
ii in be xerv sx-enk
n to ft er weak.
against bint seem
POLICE ASKED TO FIND F. H
Slullier-lit-lni nf Sllsslnn Mun I'Vnrs
He Wn Hurl in XV I ml sinnii.
Police Ileadqiinrteis was asked ent.tr
, l.i to elld nut s cnt'Ili.eltt.al .sl.it ill fnl
I-', riltii-i'i'l 11 Cook. who. in-cmillm? to his
ixl( una In mother. in. law . Sirs .lames
The autluiv o "Stove r
about "Kccnina I'n
Wattivillc sla'px in rhilndclphia, lives in
.rnv York ami ha$ uinunimj adventures.
59th to 60th St.
We ask jou to attend this sale be
cause we feel that our efforts to supply
superior muslin underwent M attrae.
lively low prices have been Miecewful.
we can print hero only a small prt
of the offennjs in the tale. A visit lo
the stote. will be of greater value lo
yotb Don't miss this remarkable
special occasion, which promies to be
the biggest Wiute hale we have ever
Gowns . . .
"9c lo $I3,IM
tl.4 to $17.50
9So to $.98
and Bed Clothes
Ave., 59th to 60th St.
QUITS PROHIBITION PARTY
Wn.illej. tlnee Prpsldenlinl I'nnHI-
ftnle, Sn II In I'selesa.
n.vni.K Cr.KKk, siieit.. .Ian. 1. Jnim 1.
Woolli v. who was Pruhthltloti catidldst
' "' '" '" "" n.i.-
li,i,i, ,.,,.1 ....a.. ,u. ,..
,m( , Cri)uni-')1 the PmhlhltUui ii.irtx be
,.BUP u had prnxed ltelf to nn-l's
lie poltllcu Olll tllHl tlie pe)l'e In r4m
palgn Hfter campaign have clearlx demo
stinted that they do not cue to tackle I
ll.pior question through a njtiniml tunht
bit lo ti laxv
Th" prohibition parly'e vole iimpi Ii.i
reached an lmptsslve sl, h suld an.
at the lust eb-ctlon polled 100,'Uiti Ira
nian four years a to. showing that It
losing rather than gaining ground. SIi
Woolley will hereafter work along loca
TAKES ISSUE WITH SULZTR.
.losllcr I'air ny Ki-liorrrnn'
Kathrrril Iloable herrlep nnnrH.
Supreme Court JiHtlce Vllrml I! l'n!
told yesterday hoxv (iov Hughe" cjm t
ndvocute a double headed Ptiblio S?r'ir
Commission. When Mr Page was a men
her of the State Senate he hlpd to rim
trm Public Service I'oitiintssioii bill il
wan theiefore tntetesled when he leed ilv
C.oV Suler I'm! Miken of a conxetsntiti
between himself and Justice Kttzhen i
i ivhieh mx-Oox Hnirhes ssa said to hsve r--
maiked that the politicians gas-e hlin th
I choice of in loitiniiNslonj or none
"Ihn reanti xvliy tiso eiinnilioti
, ,.r.s,ne,l." t-nlil Jti.iice Page. "sra. th
I rtii.tinilc'.ti,,, r.. V..iv ...... I.. ....
C00Kt.v,M' "'p powers of the eld linpid I rnt
"The Public Sen le Commission Ire
svtts insf-e.1 In the funil lotm in which Lot
Hughes npnroxed it and tln-r.. nexer wa
any pressure btought to bea'- upon hint t)m
sn effective In inducing hltn to change e
amain line of the statute
"Far from It b?imi true t hut the pails
forced Isro cotiititisslons on inx Ibu-I.e
jl was duv Hughes tvlm foieed Hi.. ir,
cenils'lon on the tart"
( Yulr' trill U'U