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]S* puja^rFJNEFbRNfTKBB A SPRING CONSPIRACY betwixt our furniture, decorative !d»;as and fac tory prices to make rooms fresh and charming. ri*lit in the line of their owners' tastes. lor th« lovers of antiques- rngs from the Orient from $325. Mapnitioent reproductions of historic furniture in every form of art. Louis XVI. Gold Cabin-ts from f4<«.<>o. For the lover of modernism— the quaintest conceits in Art Nouveau Tables from $18.00. For all tat-tes— we combine, arrange, decorate —for everyday comfort as well as beauty. We do not treat rooms like a dress suit. Do you know how low factory price* are? Then you will surely "eUVOFTMp maker" Geo. C. Flint Co. as. 4$ WO 47 «7t*T 2A?ST. NEAR SRdAOWAV. victory: 154-and 156 west I9?STP«:r. WESTCH ESTER COl V 7 1. THE VILLAGE ELECTIONS. Mount Vernon. H. T.. March 19 (Sr*>dal).-The elections In the villages of Westchester County •were held to-day, and in villages where partisan tickets were In the field the Republicans wore over whelmingly successful. An unusual Mate of affairs has resulted from the election in North IVlham. William E.ilnger. the Republican candidate for president of the village. Is tied with Michael J. Lynch, a Democrat, who has h«ild the office for several years. The candidates have 77 votes each. I>avld Lyon. the Republican candidate for collector of taxes, and John T. Logan, the Democratic In cumbent, are also tied, with 7& votes each. The Republican candidates are claiming the election, and will begin a contest In the courts at once. They allege that four ballots not properly marked, but siinislliili as intended tor them, were tbrowa out. In the village of Pelham. which is the small eft in the State. Arthur G. C. Fleicher, a N«w- Tork architect, was re-elected president an the Republican ticket. He beat his opponent. Ralph K. HubbHrd. secretary of the ProviCent Life in • 6urance Company, who ran on an independent ticket, by just 10 votes. In Pelhain Manor UJS Presbyterian clergy seem to have carried the day. Two of the successful candidates are ministers of that denomination. Ezra T. Gilliland. a N-w-\ork Inventor was re-elected president without opposi tion. The main light was for the office of truHtee. With the assistance of Frank K. Hunter and other members of the Xew-Tork Athletic Chub, she. Rev. Charles K. GiUett. librarian of the I. nion Theo logical Seminary, defeated Charles H. Pond, the present trustee, by IS votes. Mr. Pond is the head clerk of the bond and mortgage department or J. P Morgan & Co. There was intense local interest In this fiirht. and stages and coaches were kept running all morning conveying to the rolls re calcitrant commuters who were adverse to getting mixed up In the light. NEW-KOCHELL.E. A w. 11 dressed man and woman aliehted from a New-York. New-Haven «•)•: Hartford Railroad train at this pis ¦•¦ el i o'clock yesterday afternoon, a:.... entering a hack. a. re 1 riv< a to the City Hall. Upon arriving there they asked for a Justice of the peace, saying that they wanted to lie married. Justice of the Peace M. B. Valentine was found and perf< —" the ceremony. George A. Young and Albert Weinholz. two law clerks, of this place, who chanced to be in the eourtnoust- at the time, acted as witnesses of the ceremony. The man gave his name as Frank H. Wood, nineteen years old of No 19 Bast Forty-sixth-st., Manhattan, and the bride said she was Ethel Jeffrey, twenty-rive years old. of South Orange, N. J. Both refused to Fay why they I id come to New-Rochelle to be married. No one who saw them at the City Hall or the railroad station knew them. After the cere mony they aeain entered 'he hack and were driven back to the station and boarded a train for New- York It was learned to-nicht that young Wood for merly lived in Larchmom Manor, and was well known there as an athlete and oarsman. His mother. it is said, married a Mr. Taylor, who lived in Larchmont and had a real estate office in Fifth ave., New-York. The family left Larchmont last fall, and have been sending the winter In the city. Mr. Wood is a real estate dealer. WHITE PLAINS. . A murder was committed late Monday r.!e"ht at iConcieo, about three miles north of here. Damiano Sanba.»t)no. an Italian. aped thirty-Awe, and unmar ried, was shot In the mouth with a »run by another Italian, named P. Notnll, who has Bed. The mur der took pains inside i little shanty where beer is fold without a license. An attempt had been made several nights ago to set fir-^ to the shanty. Notall was engaged as watchman. There had been a dispute Monday night over some beer. and when ¦anbastino came out be was Immediately shot. The Wrstclif ¦:• i Count} Board ol Supervisors, after en.-:... -in*; the question Of - public ;..:rk at Rye Beach for several weeks, decided to-day against tlie project by a vote of IS to 16. The proposed park was to comprise IST. acres and whs to cost t3('\(f*\ Petitions containing twenty thousand nameb were presented to t..(- board In favor of the park. The supervisors say that the park would f IMC a needless waste of money. The promoters will now ask the legislature to pas* a bill favoring the park. nh'i va with i! ¦ r m:: ro\\>iEsr. FREDERIC HARRISON THUS EXPREtiSES THE PRESENT STATE OF PEOPLES-COM MENT BT ST. CLAIR M'KBI.WAV. More than two hundred men an<i women, men her?- ; nd pmti at tbe Nineteenth Century Club Baaapffafnc some of the best known people In so ciety and literature In thip city, met at Sherry's, Foriv-fourth-s-t. and Fifth-aye... last nleht and listened to a lecture by PYedeifc Harripon. of l>in dini. on "Hen and Movements of the Nineteenth Century-" B. R. L.. Gould, president of the. club. In a brief Introduction, spoke of Mr. Harrison as a man »h • was known wh«-r*v««r the English lan <?uhk»- was spoken. Incidentally, hr- said that the Nineteenth Century Club was Interested In him be -a-ise be happened to •* a factor In the organiza tion of the club. The lecturer paid that 'tie witnessed the corona tion of <jueen Victoria. He paid: "I am no opti mist, neither am I a pessimist. I rather prefer to call myself an ameliorist." He mentioned th* 1 ¦Mat men who came forward during the early year* of Victoria's reign, and save boom Incidents connected with the live? and acts of Richard Cob den. John Bright. William E. Gladstone and others. Of the wars in Africa be mM that Great Britain had been conspicuous In many of them, and more conspicuous In this last, least meritorious and un just of them all "I see," he said. "In one country after another people have become drunk with the lust Cor con quest. Empire ei>ells slavery and political and economical subserviency. Now men are athlrst with wars for conquest. When they enter thes« wars they know the results, and go into win. and win they must, and they throw their very children to the wolves of victory. " Speaking of the nine- ', teenth century as a whole, he said: "The nlnetrenth century in its close hat not fulfilled the promts of. Its youth and prime, and has been a disappoint ment.' A recess of fifteen minutes was taken, in which as many ac sought introduction to Mr. Harrison were presented to him. The club was then rapped to order, and the president called on St. Clalr McKeiway to re-view Mr. Harrison's points, say ing "it was of the essence of the spirit of the club to hear the other side." Though "caught" without notice or preparation Mr. McKelway In a speech of twenty-live minutes among other things said Mr. Harrison was a pessimist and didn't know it. His Intellectual liver needed a d.«* of moral calomel. The last thirty years of 'he nineteenth century well worked out to completion the movements only launched between iy#l-""0. The French republic was estab lished between 1670 and lswo. having only been started at the end of Mr. Harrison's preferred period. The German Empire was perfected in the tame years. I'r.ited Italy passed from experiment to accomplishment. In America emancipation and union were completed. The last thirty years of the last century harvested the crop planted in Its middle period. The speaker contrasted the upcoming of the peoples with the only apparent decay of leadership among them. He spoke of the Increase of knowledge and light through speciali sation of learning and of labor and of the or ganization of philanthropies everywhere. There was no greater prevalence of crime or corruption now than heretofore. There was only more pll lorlng and pounding of it. Regarding wars, they were to be deplored, but in every Instance Mr.' Harrison cited the ajrgressorH were the sufferers, ac in •he oem of the South, of the French and of the Boere. As very was ended here by war, so was the thi*d emj.lre ended by it In France. As 4te union w * mv«i to freedom «nd a* thp French •public a/nd G<-rmitn and Italian unity came -'Ugh wmr in Europe, ho In the Transvaal would BoeriiTthe aggressors, only be punished with 'ghl| of free speech, of a free press, equal ¦*d of equal laws. The speaker concluded "very earnwt expression of confidence In •tent and saving progress of the race in spheres and in the certainty of the -entury exceeding the nineteenth by 'the latter had in moral and material ¦ Jed any century precedlnr It. v manifestly had the nu^len«-» with W ;(¦. 1 vigorously a? he made hfs t ituOTUltuously acclaimed "* tie Patent leather shoes from $3. 50 to $9. And our $3. 50 shoe looks ever}' way as good outwardly as our $9 shoe. Hut the £9 shoe is worth $9. You've got to trust somebody. Despite the croakers the use of the Raglan as an evening dress overcoat is nightly increas ing. Spring Raglans as well as all the other long, short and medium length Spring overcoats. You can show all manner of taste, except bad taste, if you buy your Spring derby here. The "Ascot" is the best taste. Rogers, Peet & Company. 2W> Bread way, cor. V.'inn, »n.J 7 J»nd 9 Warren St. r><".:< Brubdwry. oor. Prtx.ce. We fill orders \WO Broadway, cor. S:M, by mull. and .">4 c *t SM St. closed, many men and women rlflnf? from their chairs to cheer him. The usual dln:i<"-r brought tho meeting to a close. CROWD PI RSI ES DI A MOM) THIEF. HE JUMPS OVER SHOW CASE. SEIZES TP.AT FUL OF RINGS AND DASHES OUT OF STORE. Soon after 8 o'clock last night a well dressed man about twenty-five years old entered the Jewelry store of S. T. Ryan, at No. 700 Eisrhth ave.. and asked to be shown some diamond ring's which were on a tray in the window. The if,- of the proprietor got the tray, and the man, picking- up a ring, asked its cost. The woman placed the tray buck in the show case, and then started to the rear of the store, whore her husband was at work, to ascertain the price of the ring. While her back was turned the man Jumped over the case, and seizing the tray Jumped back again and started out of the door on a run. Ryan and his wife, who heard the bell on the door ring, jumped to their feet and started after him. The man, holding the tray In his hand, ran up Eighth-aye. to Forty-sixth-pt., followed by a large crowd, including Detectives Fitz gerald and Gallagher, of the West Forty-sev enth-st. station. The man turned east Into Forty-slxth-st., and according to some of the crowd run into a hallway and disappeared. The detectives made a search of the houses in the neighborhood, but found no trace of him. Three rings were found la r in Eighth-aye. Ryan estimates the value of the stolen gems at about 51.500. HOME NEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. AUtK.MAKI.II-K. P. Fitch, of Boston. FIFTH AVENUE— Colonel A. M. Shook, of nirmlnKhnm, Ala., and Ex-Governor S. E. Merwin of Con necticut. HOFFMAN— CoIoneI John T. Mosby, of California. HOLLAND George A. Drifffrs. o? Wateroury. Conn. IMI'MHIAL— James T. C :n- U mlmirF. of London. MANHATTAN— Dr. fioylord P. Clark, of Syracuse. MURRAY HILL— Ex-Judgs J. Rld^r < - aily, of Hudson. \VAL.J)f»RF-Senator A. J. Bercrldge. oC (ndiana, and Count ani Countess de FalHv of Paris WHAT IS GOING ON 1 TO-DAY. H««lth 3card. 11 a. in. Board of Public Improvements, afternoon. L«etur«> on "The Bte<« of Peking." by the R<>v Dr. Oamfwell, Ilavemeyer Hall, Columbia ITnl v.rFlty. 3:45 d. m. Meeting of ntnmlttee to consider opposition to BMMtsasa tax, No. 11l Broadway. 4 p. m. School Board of Manhattan and The Bronx 8 p. m. Annual meeting. Women's Medical Association Academy of Medicine, 8 p. m. Academy of Medicine. Beetloa on Nose and Throat Diseases. No. 17 West Forty-thlrd-st 8 %>. m. Staten Island Chamber of <"'<>mmf>r'v> entertains Charter Revision Commission. Nev.'-Brit-hton. even ing. M.-«ftingr at Brooklyn Bridge employea. No S#) Ku;ti.n-st.. Brooklyn, cv -:ii. i>;. Caledonian Club, testimonial for retiring chief, No. BM Seventh-aye.; I p. m. P(«oi>le"i» Institute, lecture on "Greek Art " by Dr. G. S. KeUofW, Cooper Union, 8 p. m. Hoard of Education ft- lecturas, s p. m • Cooper Institute.. "Lafayette." C. T. I>-«-is- St Barthol omew's Lyceum Hall, No. 20T. i:a.st Forty-second st., "uuin-Amerioa," Professor F. 11. \"o.i Youn* Men's Christian Association Hall No 52 East T\venty-ihirrl-i,t.. "Across the Grand Canyon to Point Sublime." G. W. James. XEW-YORK. CITY. The Rev. Dr. James R. Day, chancellor of Syra cuse University* will deliver a lecture on "Frontier Life" at Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church, Bev • !ith-uv--. and One-hundred-and-twenty-nlnth-m.. to-morrow evening. A concert in aid of the Caledonian Church will be held in Calvary Baptist Church, West Fifty seventh-st.. to-morrow evening. Miss Mabel Mun ro will give a Scottish song recital, and In her rendering of "The MacGregors' Gathering" she will be surrounded by a bodyguard of Highlanders In costume. Several other musicians will also tak« part, and the Rev. Dr. Mac Arthur and Beth Low will ¦peak. The annual drill of the Columbia Institute Cadets will be held at the 22d Regiment Armory to-mor row evening at 8 o'clock. The Paint. Oil and Varnish Club will have a din ner at the Hotel Savoy to-morrow evening. Oscar S. Straus, the Rev. Dr. Donald Sage Mackay, Charles H. Knox and W. Benton Crisp will speak. The annual spring convention of the Luther League of New-York City will be held to-morrow evening in the Church of the Atonement, One hundred-and-fortieth-pt. and Edgecombe-ave, The Rev. Dr. J. B. Remensnyder and the Rev. John A. W. Haas will speak. It Is announced that the second annual meeting of the American Congress of Tuberculosis will be held at the Grand Central Palace on May 15 and 16, In Joint session with the Medico-Legal Society of New- York. A dinner will be given for th© mem bers and guests. Postmaster Van Cott announces that malls from Australia, New-Zealand and Hawaii of the follow ing dates: Melbourne. February 25:. Sydney, Feb ruary 20. Auckland, March 2. and Honolulu. March. 12. which reached San Francisco on the steamer Soloma. were dispatched east on March 18. and are due- in New- York on the morning of Saturday. March 23. Malls for Australia, Xew-Zealand and Hawaii will close at the general poetofflc* as ad vertised. TOBACCO DEALERS ROBBED. 8. Ro«sen & Sons, wholesale tobacco dealers, at No. 14" Wafer have reported to the police that they have been robbed of tobacco bales worth about Jfl.ooo. A week ago yesterday- Hoayland & Co.. whose offices adjoin those of the tobacco firm were asked to call for four bales of Sumatra to bacco worth ?2.000. A driver, who had been em ployed only a day or two was sent. The wagon wan found that night In Canal-et.. and two bales of the tobacco were missing. The driver has not been heard of since. NEW BUILDING FOR FRENCH HOSPITAL. A seven #tory hospital building will b« built by the French Benevolent Society on th« plot on which the four three story brick dwelling houses Nos. tu<k NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20. 1901. Tailor made, Broadcloth suits. Eton coats, with white moire collar and revers. Skirt in the latest "flounce" mounted on silk "drop" lining:. Colors :— blue, castor, grey, tan and black. $32.50. Venetian Cloth Suits, lined with silk. Eton coat,— trimmed with taffetas silk. Skirt, with flare flounce, finished with three bands of stitched taffetas. Colors:— blue, red, castor, grey and black. $22.50. Venetian cloth Separate Skirts,— flounce model,— trimmed with three stitched silk bands. Lined with silk. Colors: — red, blue, castor and black. $13.50. James McCreery & Co,, Twenty-Third Street. SALE OF Silk Petticoats, On Wednesday, March. 20th. 2nd FLOOR. The latest fashionable black and white plaid silk Skirts, - finished with deep accordion pleated rnftie and black silk niching. lilack and riain colored silk Hkirts, — sew model, and colors, for the Spring season. $8.50. James McCreery & Co., Twenty-Third Str< -vt. •9, 454 and 4W W«mh Thlrty-fourth-st. stand. These buildings were bought by the society yesterday through J. Arthur Fisher. The building to be erected by the society for hospital purpose* Will coat $400,000. the greater part of which sum. It is said, has already been raised. The present home of the Institution Is at No*. 330 and 322 West Thirty-fourth-M. [1 Is expected that the new home will b*> ready for occupancy In about a year. It will contain I.V) beds, twenty private rooms and have wards for convalescents li the top story. The society was organized in l*o and Incorporated In 3*19. F. R. Coud»»rt. Jr.. I* the treasurer. ANOTHER SNOWSTORM IS MICHIGAN. Grand Rapid". Mich.. March 18 -It is again mow in* in Northwestern Michigan, where the bl»? storm tied up tnillic last wok. and th» railroads are preparing for another siege. Freight trains on the P.ire Marquette at .1 Grand Rapids and Indiana wer*> To-day ordered to make convenient ildingi and not rink being snowed in. North of Cadillac a heavy wet snow Is falling, and BOUth is fur as Grand' Rapids a mixture of rain and lleet la mak ing traffic dim.'ult. Announcement*. Mohonk. K. * W. Mtohonk A new hlirh h«ndt-1 r-Ilnr. MA RISE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATVIin almanac. Sunrise 6:m|fiun*et 6:l2tMoon <¦•- pa |M<»-.n"» ..»<• — HIGH WATER. A M— «ar.lv Hook 7:<:HIOov. leland 7:4«|HMI OaU 9 '-•»< RM.-SanJy H-ok 7.40100 v. I.lan.r h:12|llHl r.a«* lu:ol IKCOSIIKQ STEAMERS. TO-DAY. Vessel From. Line. Evelyn..' **•" u:in - March 7 Mora ' Huelvtt, February 21 H..mer.'." .' St Lucia, Marcli :) Lamp A Holt Ah j a ' Shields'. March 2 — - Noorinand." Antwerp, March 0 Red Star LarnVsas." Oalvt-ston. Man* II Mall rj Oceanic Liverpool, March 18 White Stur Pardlnlan Qla»K"'- v . March 10 Allan State Tripoli Hamburg. March 0 We'!, City Swansea. March <l Bristol City „/,.,,, N«-*-- Orleans. March 14 MorKan AlKcniul'n! ¦ ¦ Jackhonvllle. March 17 Clyde THURSDAY. MARCH 21. ljahß Bretnen, Mnr<h 12 N (5 Lloyd Lartro 'Bar. Gibraltar. March 7 - j,-| i ;i , n«w ()r!<-.iris. March 16 Morgan FRIDAY. MARCH 2.' Pennsylvania Hamburg. March 10 Hamb-Am ji ,rv .Para. March 10 [tooth Comal" "... Galveston. March l« Mallorjr Pretoria*.. Bermuda. March 2" Quebec OUTGOING BTBA UEUS. TO-DAY. Vessel. For. Line. Malls close. Vest el sails. Majestic Liverpool, White Ptor 8:30 am 12:00 m Kensington. Antwerp. Red Star 10:00 a m 12:0O m Trinidad. Bermuda. Quebec 8:30 a m I0:oo a m Yucatan. Hava >a. N t & Cuba 12:(X) m 3:00 pm Alamo, Galveston. Mnllory — — 3:oopm Lauenburg. Haytl. Mun-on :30 am IMpn BellaKlo. Brazil. Sloman } 1: am I : V "P m Cherokee. San Domingo. Clyde ..12:30pm 3:00 m Wordsworth. Argentina. Lamport ft H. 11:00 am 1:00 pm $3.50 per pair. No shoe so thoroughly satisfactory. Always the same price. None genuine without the Soroala label. Misses' sizes 11 1-2 to 2 . . $3.00 per pair. Children's Bto 11 . . . . $2.50 " « The Sorosis Slipper, in New designs for evening dress. Suit Department, 3rd FLOOR. Cowperthwait's DAli^klA First in the fi eld nGI 13016 with the choicest as- O^^^^i.^ sortment and lowest Carpets prices. nm " owost LONG CREDIT. 19.50. Tiin«pr>AY. MARCH 21. L.'Aqultalne. Havre. French 7:00 a m 10:00 a m Barbarossa. Bremen. X r, Lloyd 5:00 pm Prim Wlllern IV, Haytl nutcn ... 10:0<> a m l:<iopm Santiago Jantla«<>, N V A Cuba 12:00 m 3:00 pm SemtnoK Cftartrston.-, Clyde 3:'«> p no El :¦ r, ¦¦... Orleans, Morgan 8:110pm FRIDAY. MARi^H 23. Crtlnrado. rsninuwirk. Mallory S:Or»rrn lihfika, Tampico. N V A Cuba 12:f») m B:<ioprr. SHIPPING xews. PORT OF NEW-YORK. TI'EPDAT. MARCH 10. lOOt. ARRIVED. St».m;. r Cymric ;.rv I.:n.1««y. IJvrrpool March R. and QuetnatoWn 1". with :; Im and *•• cabin and a»S Bte»raKf paMehicera to the White Star Una. Arrived nt th* Bar at l" il a m Steamer Roman Prlnc« iHr», On\. Liverpool March 1. In beiUst to th« J C Soo«#r CO. Arrivrd at the Bar at , p m. S;ejini»r Elbruz (Bl Beatt, L4v*riw>ol February 23. In t,nl!»«t to HID Rupi»cht Arrived at th« liar at 4:30 p ni RIR I earner Mi-nonilri'v u:r>. L.uraii. London March T. with md^ «:i! Ul< ratln t i^-«ti<:'Tl» to til* Atlantic Transport LI • Arr.v<-d :.'. th* i:ar at 3 pm. .^l^jirmr I£llenla (Ann - ¦¦¦j.lnlrh. Shields February 23, in t (il!a*t to Mnmcr. Arrived at the liar at -4 j> m. Steamer Henrietta H. ißr), Herg. ll:ni«r»»<ir..!, Norway, February ..: with \r- ; i.vr'.tMi to th« Ormond Copper Company. vmwl t" PlmiJwn. Fpence. A Young. Ar rlve»l at the ltu.r at !> \> m. Sn-.ini.-r I!atm!i t : s*r>. ' »• i. .lamburi?. March 3 ami Boulogne 5, -«!tfi mAf, 4" abin and S7» steerage pas tntiKßra to '!.•• Hamburg-American Line. Arrived at the Bar at 5:13 p m. Sttaraei Ko*nl|fln L^ilse (<J*r>, V..l<«>r. Bremen March 0. with mdM nnd p.-vsw«-nKer» to iMrtcns Si to. Steamer M:i*x:ii-«-<4U«i (Hr). Cook, Havre Febni.iry 24 and Paul! , M:vr--h I. with nub* to the niiimeilils Oen eml.. Tr.inna.:lrtritl<i'ie. Arrived at the Bar at 3 t m. Steamer Ailrr (U*r), \V!U.olnij. <>«it* March (V Nnplea 7 nri'l Gibraltar ]" with m.l*c. 10 cabin ami 074 steerage paMFngers to Oelr'.chi A Co. Arrival at the Bar at 1 .'¦" p m. Kramer r><-v..nvhlr.' (Hr). Cnult, HI-bo Decetrirwr 10. Hhnn»,'h;il .Innunry .1. Am .y 7. Honi? Kong 12. grncapor* 26. It Salt] Ffl ruirv 17. Malta 22. with m!».- 10 Bhewan. Tomaa * Co. Arrive.! at the It&r at 2:3<> p m Striun«T Crprlan I'rlnce (lit). I>ob».->n. Rio Janeiro Feb ruary 23 on<l .-t L«cta March 10. with in.lee to Busk A Je\-ons At 1 ..', i' the llir .it 11 p m. l^th. f!<'nm>-r t\rv-\nt<i» <Hr). I>:\. n. Pantr« February 2S nn<t St I.: :,. March 12, with coffee to Husk & Jevons. Ar rivi-,1 at the Bar nt 1 a m Ste"amer Altai (Mr). Morris. SavanlUa March B. Cartha »na « Port Union 11 and Kln^ton IS. with m<l«e an.l 27 .»!•¦!¦. pna»«nc»n to Plm. rorwood A Kellock. Ar rtv«J ;it !)..• Mr at ri:2<> p m. Steamer AUlanea, Skllllmra. Colon March 12. with ml*' ard !1 .''•. paac»n|*r* to th« Panama Railroad P» Co. Arrived at th« Bar nt 3 a m. meamer I^iiu-ntmrfr (Cuban license). Sperling. Port-au- Prtn March 0, (;nnnlve» 7. St Mnrr l>. Jfiremle It. Port Maria 11, Anatto Bay 11. Port Antonio 12. Inait-ia 13 and Philadelphia IS. with m.l«e and M pa»!«engers to the Cameron Si Co. Arrived at the Bar at 0:80 p m. St( met IthakM rQ*rt, Hortien. Tampl(v> March 0 and Havana 14. with mdM to James E War.l & Co. Arrived at •!..• Bar at 1:18 p m. acw Steamer Mexico. St?ven«. Havana March 10. with md>e and *13 pn.iwnirr!! to James H Ward A Co. Arrived at th« liar at 1 p m. Stwimer Semln -\r. nearre, .Tiicks-Tvllle March Ml, with m.lie and pa»»#n«»ni to William P Clyde A Co. Rteamer Haginaw, Hal*, (ieonretewn. 8 C. March 15. and Wilmington N C, 111. with m<lse to William V Clyde & Co. U'eamer JamMtown, Topley, Newport News and Nor folk with mlr«- m.l p.i!«en!Ter» to OW I', minion Sn Co. Steamer Oulf Stream. Swain. Philadelphia, with mdse to William P Clyde A Or*. San.lv Hook. N J. March 10. 8:30 o m— Wind coM: fr«-!<h breeze; clear. SAII.KD. Steamers City of Everett, fnr Port Tampa; Advance. Colon; Nomadic (Uri. IJverp<Jol: El Bud. New-Orleans; Jefferson Norfolk and Newport News: Hesperla (Br). Genoa, etc; Neimtrla, (Ft). Naples, etc. Mann Hata. Hal tlmore; TBlli«liK»fre. Savannah. THE MOVEMENTS OF KTEUMERS. FORKUJN I"ORT8. Harwich. March 17— Arrived, steamer Max <SwM>. Lund mark. New-York via Havre l%<la- _ , „ Hull March It* Arrived, stcnmei" Ohio <! 7 ri. Hsdaway. .New York. PraA-le Point, March 10 — Passed, «t»am.«r S drti (Nor). Mellandcr. New-York for Havre and i^wfpt.ft Butt of Lewis. March IS- hniwl. rteamer Ixmde«bi>iT)ugh (Bri, PndK«-tt. Copenhagen for America. Rotterdam. March, 17 — Arrived. atenmer Rotterdam (Dutch). Voene. New-Tork. §oßasi§ V-/ Til ABE HANK • ~ V> THE BEST SHOE FOR WOMEN. James McCreery & Co., Twenty-third Street. Broadway and Eleventh Street. 161 BROAD WAV 688 BROADWAY. 7?.? SIXTH AVF »'."=• Men and women arc too busy to attempt to remem ber figure-*, dates and a multiplicity of facts. When In doubt always consult THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC for 1901. You -will be sur prised at its completeness and accuracy. In paper, 25 cents, postpaid. In hand some cloth, $1. ia^ia^LW bJ £-9 Spring Millinery A striking Exhibit of Imported Modch sb a : A newest combinations of Trimmings and Colorings may mm be seen in our biij showruom op. . c ond floor: also rich and effective styles designed in our own workrooms. Untrimmed Hats A brae and we!! selected stock, including all the newest and best shapes, braids and colors; also many exclusive and very effective shapes designed specially to our order. A Magnificent Collection of French Flowers, Millinery Ornaments and Trimmings. Kid Gloves A complete line of the famous Jouvin & Cie. Kid Gloves including all the newest spring JBadn in Tlmkj a:ul Glace. Sixth Avenue. 20th to 2 Ist Street. BROADWAY AND 11TH ST. JAM US HcCBEEKT & CO. Opening. Spring Millinery. On Wednesday and Thursday, March 20th and •_'!>!, Models and Trimmings. BROABWAY AND 11T.H ST. JA M l«; S M ct'B i: t.UV * i O. Antwerp, March 19. 3 p m — Arrived, steamer Southwark • nri. Dann. New-Ycrk. • - Gibraltar. March II Pa— «d, Kfarafr Trojan Prince if:). Eagleton. Xew-Yo. via Pont a Delaada -«->r Naples. •tc. Oenoa. March 13 — Sailed, tter mer Docheaaa ''.1 Gmom (Hal), for New-York. Leghorn, March 1*5 — Arrived, n^amtr Tartar Prince <Br). McFarlane. New-York via Si Mich t«la, etc. Malta. March 10 — Pasoed. steamer Masconomo < Br). Town ley. New-Tort for Shanghai. By<iney. N S v.. March Ifr— Arrived, previously, steamer Ounbar . Brl. •"•umi.Lell. New-York via Adelaide. Wellington. March 17 — Arrived, steamer Star of Australia iHn, Reed, New- York via St Vincent. C V etc. Para. March 19 — Balled, steamer Dun*tan ißr>. Dean. New-York. St Lucia. March 13 — Palled, steamer M«rnhlar.-1 (Br). Bommer. fpnm Antofaga.'ta for New- York. SAX FRANCISCO STOCKS. Fan Francisco. March 10 — The nfflrl^l rioatas quota tion* for m'nlna: storks to-day were as fellows: Alta M Kentucky Con <•- Alpha Con <«3l U. \Ta.«h Con — "1 And««i 04' Mexican SB Belcher <*< Occidental Con 04 s«est A Belcher 16'Ophlr 61 Bullion - 01 ! Overman ..13 <"'&l*>']onta 7i»r.t..»t 10 Challenge Con 1.1 Savage OS Chollar IS Sag Belcher "1 Confidence :To| Sierra Nevada 27 Con. '">1 A Va 1.00 standard 4.00 Con Imperial ..1 n.'.lcate '¦' Crown Point o» ft. L*>uts M OouM A Curry Ualoa Con Xl Hale A Nurcrcfi 12 > Utah Con i>4 Jutla 01 'Yellow Jacket tti Justice 02! Amu'jfmcnt? .METUOI*OI,ITA\ OPERA IIOVSE. l.«<i Week ilivt iinei of the GUAM) Ol'KllA Si:\S(»\ i:>Oo-t!>Ot. I'nder th« dlrecttin of Mr. Xnnrice l.ruu. TO-MCHT, at 7:4.\ and Sat. Aft., March 3M, .it 145 First performance of SAI.AMMIJO lln French). Mmn Breval. Bridewell; MM. BaMaa, SaUai) . Jou.-net .in; Hi- ¦ 1 1 1 Conifuctor, Manclnellt. . ri. Aft . Mar. £1, at 1:30 precisely— Per Kir.* I >e» Nlbelungen. (iOTTKHimninil Mi. Mm Ternlna. Susan Strong. Fritz! Scheff. Olltzka. Bridewell, t>i-hiimunn- Helnk; MM. Jean anil Ed. '.- R. «ke an.l Muhlmann. Frl. EVr.. March Xt nt T:4s— Double Btl It ICO LKTTO. Mm«. .\Ulha. Homer: MM •Temonini. Journet, • 'umpanarl. Followed by t'AVAI.I.KItI A KIM It AN V. linn (tadskl. H-mer; MM. Scnttl a.-.l Pippel. Sat. Aft.. Mar. 23.1. at 1:45— SAI.\MMHO (In French), with same cast as on We.ln**iay Evening. Bat Evg.. Mar. 23,1. at S. at Popular Price* Fll ST (In French). M:i-- Margaret Mi ¦¦:.:;• re and Olltzka; MM. Cremonlnl, Campanari and Planyon. Sun. K\k. Mar. 24. at S:ls— Uist Popular Concert When Tvchaik a Svniphonle Pathetique and selections from I'AHSIKAI. will !»• performed and*.- the direction of Mr. Datxvroerh. Soloists: Miss Mllksi Ternln\; MM. Van Dyck and !!!h." :.K,n. Kvr. Mar. -.-.'.th at 1:48 UIK HKIHTF.R »iM.i:il ( in German) Mi--- - Qad and Sohumann- HelnU; MM. Jean and Ed. de Reasae, Bins*. Muhlmann an.l Blspham. Conductor, I'amrosch. Tues. Kv'r, Mir 2»Hh at I:4!t— SpedaJ performance of SAI,AM>I»M> (In French). Mmea Br*raJ and BrldeweU; MM. Sal#sa, Sallgnac. Joiirn<-t and Scottt Conductor. Manclnellt. Wed. EVg. Mar. 27th. at T:3O—GOTTERDAM NERI'IU Un German). Mnies. Xordtca. Susan Stron*. Scheff. OUUka, Bridewell and Schumann Hflnk; MM. Jean and Ed. de K.-i>7.ke mil Muhlmann. i nJuctor, Dem roerh Thurs. Ev'g, Mar. 2Sth, it « — Ij».«t subscription night of the season. KAI ST (In French*. Mines. Melta and Homer; MM. Snleza. Scottl and Plane.on. ("onductor, ManerneUL Fri. •. •<. Mar. 2Uth. .it H— Extra Performance. I.t>lli:\».ltl \ (In Cterman). -^m; . .' T^mina anl schn mann-Helnk; MM. Jean and Ed de Reszke. Muhlmann and Blspham. Conductor I'nmrojoh. WEBER PIANOS TSF!>. Mr. Henry T. Finch music.il critic of The Evening Post, and author of "Wagner and His Works," will lecture at Aeolian Hall. IS West 23d St., TO-DAY, Wednesday, March 2Oth, AT 3 I. M. Subject: "BEETHOVEN." Illustrations will be furnished by the Pianola. II MiI. CM ! Btnji . 8:15. Matinee Saturday, 2:1.V OPERA inji RPHAM •" "Sweet ¦v.n HOI SIC. | AUA nCnAl\> O f pig i) rur y... GRAND 2k^ QUO VAQIS SAVOY ?SS* MAT. TG-DAY LA 4 ST ji 4 COHANS 4 Ml. I! IV 0 In '1111. tiOVKH.\OU % » SON." •./MIDDAY HILL THEATItE 4_>,! St. ft !.. x Ay». mUnrVAI Matinee Every Day, 2So. This Week — Hoyt's A l'riii|n-rnii.i- Tim. n. ¦¦». ai ¦ %# ?4^ ProaJway and 30th St.. at 8:10 r% A 1 W "^Panlel Frohm.ir. Mgr Laf 3\ M 1 Cy Matinees WeJ & Sat.. X. SAN TOY 3£ BURTON HOLMES V«2fc This Wed and Thurs. !>:3O. Mendelssohn, Thessaly and Olympian Games. — Next Week . . Obsrammersau. _ _ _ a . _ _ 4th aye. & 23d at 8:13 L_ __^ErII _ _ -4th aye. Frohman at 8:19 >f O Pl] fall I'aniel Frohman Mpr. *«¦ ¦ *» ** ¦»' Matinees Thurs. & Sat. 2. At 8:15. • BARU 8 FROHMAN presents THK LASH OF A "Will l* with E. M. HOLLAND. FRITZ WILLIAMS & others. TO BB FOLLOWED at 10:13 by THE SHADES OK Mc.HT with ELSIE DE WOLFE an.l MR. E. M. HOLLAND. CARSEGIE HALL. BOSTON TnuraUay EVg, March 21. SYMPHONY Orchestral Program ORCHESTRA Saturday Aft.. March 23. Wtlheln Oertcke. Leopold GodOWSkv Conductor. Lot— HHMaaaM^L TK*ete 11-80 to T3c. On sale at box office and. Tyson 1 * «aii E BaWD at resvOar «rl«ea> . ' 'Amuscmcnis. riU^ll'l b I Pertormance Vaudeville. <" a «st iTTaMon, Zebna Kawbtoi Delia RoccaT 'a R.-cra. Cfh Aye 5 >lm r- ~nutlerll>.'* Helen Dauvray *M. Din r\\c. j A Kennedy, Jess I>an.ly. O'M-ers Sister*. %Rth J ll"»«T-\ Invent Co.. I'ete B^ker. 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