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ELECT NEW DIRECTORS. Wa6h ; ngton Life Insurance Co. Also Increases Capital Stock. The stockholders of the Washington Life In surance Company, at a tr.eetins; held yesterday, elected eight new directors, representing strong financial Interests. These are Samuel P. Colt. E. B. Thomas. H. Ward Ford. James A. Parker. Charles E. Dickey. Valentine P. Snvder. Morgan J. O'Brien and G. G. r*wen. The other directors of the company are Charles H. Alien; Dumont Clarke. Samuel B. Clarke, Charles F. Cutler. Georg> M. Hard. Lev. p. Morten, Elihu Root Winthrop Ruth irfurd. Thomas F. Ryar., WlUlim A. Street, David Thorr.s-in. John TVUock, Charles H. Allen, vice president; Theodore T. Jolinson. second vice-presi dent, B. F. Ellsworth, assistant secretary, and S. T. Armstrong, medical director. The stockholders also ratHed th? proposed increase of capital stock of the company in the amount of $375,000, making the total capital j;03,0M. Superintendent Hendricfcs rC the State Insurance Denartnent, stated on January 1^ in his formal re port concerning the directors of the Washington L)*« Ir.^urane^ Company, who were superseded by it new boa. . of which Elihu . lot was one. that the matter of their prosecution rested with Disirl.-t Attorney Jerome. The directors were charged with misrepresentation, falsification of accou.its, perjury and stops mismanagement. With the new board of directors sufficient new capital was added to make the company or.cc more solvent. CHARGE, ROBBED AUNT. Relatives Sail She Threw Money Into Sea on Trip to Europe. Charged w:th having robbed th. aunt. Margaret Popjx. of $}••.: Esvinirn of a lifetime. Henry Wennbols and his wife, Mrr; . were committed to the Tonibs last r.lglit in default of J3.OCK) bail each. The ooople were arrested late in ihe afternoon. 1 bay live at No. Sir Eait 7ith-st. Marearet Poppe last S?ptember developed signs of Insanity. Her emplcjers sent her to her nearest relative*, the Wennbolz couple. She stayed in their fcoute one night, ar.d then run or wandered away. A month later she was found by the Wennholz couple, who had searched the whole city for her, in tbe insane asylum on Ward's Island. They got her out of the asylum. Hiss Poppe had on that day J237. She now says, according to Assistant District Attorney Krotel. that her niece, Mrs. Wei r. iolz, and the niece's hus band drove here in a carriage the day after her lihtration to three banks, and drew out her savings, about $4.00* Then, she says, tickeis for all three were bought for Germany, and on Ot. I m Wennholz couple and ihc aunt sai;t-d for Hamburg. On the other side, she 6m>?. iiocording to Mr. Krotel, 6he ■was taken into the country and without her con tent placed in nn Insane asylum. The Wennholz couple sailed back to America the next day. Miss P'j; r- 1 *- says, she since has learned. She followed them as soon . - escape from me asylum, mhlch was son:e months :aur. How she got out she has not a sh< reached this country again the srant to ber former employer ard tolH her Etory \o him Attorney Jerome as sigi.t d Mr. Krottl to the case. The Wennholz c to Mr. Krotel. in their own def< t vvhile their aunt ln eistf-d i.i dr.- •• nj nst their pro tests and taklnt them to I ■ aunt is the one to blan • . :r.to the sea by the ha:. : .are that as the weasel appn □ she took from her kraaat a package of $S threw it through a porxhule Into th< OLDEST WOMAN IN CITY. SHE SAYS. Receives Congratulations on 104 th Birthday When She Is on Sickbed. MifF Rachel Marter.se. who says she Is the oldest *oman in New-York City, it not In the whole ©tate, celebrated the 104 th anniversary of her birth yesterday at No. S8 Linden-aye,. Flatbush, where she now lives. Last December she contracted a severe cold, whic'.i culnunated in bronchia] trouble. Owing to her infirmity a reception was not pos sible. She receive! a 2eluge of congratulations, however, by mail and telegraph. While Miss Mar tens* was somewhat st.\Dn.aer yesterday, there exists littia probability of her living many days longer. } LOTJISIAXAS FIBST EARTHQUAKE. Baton Rouge Shaken and Capitol Building Damaged. [BT TELXGRAPH TO THE TEIBI.-XE.] New-Orleans. Feb. 3.— The first earthquake in the history of Louisiana occurred at Baton Rouge this afternoon. Two distinct shocks v. ere felt, each one of about fifteen seconds' duration. Buildings rocked, and the negroes in the city were fright ened, believing that the end of the world had rome. The only serious damage was done in the State Capitol Building, where a number of stained glass windows wre broken, and some valuable paintings shaken from their places. Windows were nroken all over the town LAST DAY OF THE WAGGAMAN SALE. The Total from the Auction of Art Treasures Was $341,538. The eale of the art collection formed by Thomas "£,. ■vYaggramari, of Washington, ended yesterday afternoon at the American Art Galleries. The total realized from the sale of the art treasures of Mr. Waggaman was J3U.335, including- yesterday after noon's tale, which amounted to $5,714. The collec tion was sold, begin] January 25, pursuant to an order of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, in bankruptcy proceedings. The ninth afternoon's sale yesterday was devoted to antique Japanese faience, stoneware and mis cellaneous Objects gallery cabinets and furniture. The highest figure reached yefterday was $500, for a larg-e fountain, Japanese, cast In bronze and of ;<;tus design. It was bought by "Chelsea." A life fris*. bust cf Washington, executed in Carrara mar hl* by Clark Mills, was kr.ooked down to F. S. .Flower for ?230. Sir William C- Van Home bought for $35 a cylindrical vase of Boma stoneware of red texture, for $40 an incense box of Hlnato faience of soft yellow texture, and for $40 a figure of a cow. mod riled in thick, soft pottery, early In the eighteenth century. Sir William teas also the purchaser of a cylindrical water Jar, of Minato talence. for $12 50; a teacup of Fukasrswa stoneware, for 415, and a bowl of ilinau* faience, of roft, yellow texture for $30. D?n;«;l S. Lamont was the ■ baser of an ovi form tea jar, cf Idsu.nio faience of yellow texture for $22 50, an incei burner of -nan porcelain for $12, a take ewer of Inn rl porcelain, decorated .vith birds of paraoise, for S3. ar.d a cakedish. of lir.ari porcelain, for *5. A dinner, tea and desssrt service, decorated In Japan by famous artists, brought 1310; a pair of f-fvres porcelain lamps, elaborately mounted in or molu. $220. and a Sevres porcelain charuielier, mounted in finely wrought ormolu, Jl&s. CONFESSES TO M4^Y MURDERS. Companion of Chicago "Car Barn Bandits" Arrested. Bt. Louis, Feb. 3.— Andrew Kurrowskl, for whose arrest a reward of $500 was offered some time ago in Chicago. Is in custody here, and has made a confession that he was a companion in crime o* Marks and Van Dine, the Chicago so-called "car barn bandits," who were hanged last year Kur row-kl came from Memphis, where he said h * had hidden a.OOO worth of booty. M bad "I came to St. Louis." he eaid. "to plunder ana rob. I would have started out on Wednesday night but I was too sleepy. I have shot fifteen men" •MM fatally. I have been In the reformatory at Pontiae. 1 1 1 -. tw»ee-onoe for robbery and assault with Intent to Kill, and once for a streetcar hold ten in Chicago I *"* been a bandit sine* I was ten years old. ITALIAN KEEPS CAPPELMAN ESTATE. Decision of Court Is Against Niece of Widow /Who Married a Day Laborer. After a long fight in the Sypreme Court. Justice "Kfttgs. at White Plain*, yesterday, handed down a decision which gives Carmine Denlsro. of Mount Vernon. possession of nearly all the property of his wife, who died several years ago. valued at $78,000. er.3 which. It was contended by relatives of the de*,4 woman. lie eecured by fraud and false repre ■wutations by podn* as an Italian count, whereas i.<t wm in reality only an Italian laborer. It was fch*rir«<S on Ju^y 3, l£'s. tnre« weeVa aff«r Denfn<*o ht.d n.arr.r ilrs. E-r>/::a I-. Cappelmai. a rlcrj w'tiow it Mou::l Vtrnon. that lie i-vt his -.vile to trailer to bin nearly all '.c property ;.mi .L. Mott, a niece of the dead woman, brought suit on the ground that he secured 'he Je^"« through fraud, and she sought to set aside vie conveyance* The Old Reliable BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE There is no substitute BITES CHORyS GIRLS. Bull Pup Makes Trouble at "It Happened in Xordland." A bull pup. sent by John B. Schoertel yesterday from Boston to Mr. Hirshfeld, musical director «:t Lew Flcldss Theatre, made trouble for tho per (ormanoa of "It Happenpd In Xordland" last night by biting Mrs. Francis Murray, a dresser, severely in the nose ,and taking a nip out of two chorus girls. The pup was moored to a trunk full of hats in the property room, and when Mrs. Murray went to get some of the hats ho sprang at her face. The doctor said It was lucky the pup did not bite her nose quite off. She screamed, and when two ihorus girls car.ie to the reacu« he nipped one of them in ihe finger and the other in tho neck. Neither of them played last night. AGAINST DIVORCE REFERENCES. Justice Scott Hereafter Will Not Grant Them, Except Under Stricter Conditions. Justice Scott, of the Supremo Court, ma<ie a rule yesterday that, 60 far us he was concerned, no ref erence orders In divorce actions would lie granted in future on the consent of tbe parties to the suit unless satisfactory evidenoe was submitted showing that the defendant whose consent was alleged to nave been obtained had authorized and retained the counsel whose consent for the de fendant appeared on the papers. Justice Scott says: I have reason to believe that in many case? in which orders of reference are made- upon such con sents the actions prova, when they g<t before the referee, to be actually undefended. JACKSON AND M'LATJGHLIN AT BAR. Both TJp for Sentence — Adjournments — Lawyers in a Tiff. Coroner Jackson, convicted of attempted bribery, and Patrolman Frank McLaughlin, convicted of manslaughter In the first degree, were up for sen tence yesterday before Recorder Goft. In each case sentence was deferred. The coroner appeared self possessed, In contrast with his condition when the verdict waa announced on Thursday evening. He and McLaughlin stood together. The coroner's counsel. Frank Moss, asked for a postponement. He intended. In any case, to ask for a certificate of reasonable doubt. The Recorder set down the case for February 10- Coroner Jackson was led back to the Tombs, where he will stay for a week, and pos sibly longer. When McLaughlin's case was taken up Ms law yer. Lewis Stuyvesaxt Chanler. said in part: I do not beiieve that my client was legally con victed. I believe he was a victim of circumstances. Ke was not convicted because he shot the negro watchman Patterson, but because he was a police man. The recent efforts of tht District Attorney's office to purify the police force have prejudiced the public mind against the police force to a great de gree, and 1 believe this feeling a'fected the jury. The Assistant District Attorney who conducted the case, Mr. N'ott. injected much extraneous mat ter into ihe case, reflecting upon the character of the police force in general, intimating laat there existed a police bribery fund, from which Mo- Laughlin's expenses were paid, and even asserting that my fee came trom such a fund. The Recorder gave counsel until February 13 for briefs. Mr. Chanler and Mr. Nott met outside the courtroom, and each denied the other'? statements. WEIGHT'S DEATH ACCIDENTAL. So Coroner's Jury Decides — Dr. Pardtfe Chief Witness at Inquest. A coroner"s Jury yesterday rendered a verdict that Jacob Ridgway "Wright, a wealthy operator, who was found 6hot in his room in the Hotel Imperial on January 20. had accidentally phot hirrts<?lf. Coroner Scholer in addressing the jury said: This man's death was either a<*Hdentn! or suicidal, and you should give him the benefit of the doubt. The chief witness was Dr. Howar.i A. Pardee. of No. 20 East 47th-st.. th» medical attendant of Mr. Wright, who testified that Wright, who was greatly depressed on the day before his d<*a?h owing to his decreasing; his usual daily doses of morphine, had requested Dr. Pardee to remain overnight with him. Dr. Pardee had been arrested as a witness, but was released. The legal representative of an insurance com pany tola the jury, referring to the revolver: "By reason of its construction It could not have been accidentally discharged." It had been a question whether the death was an accident or a suicide. The jury rendered a verdict without leaving the jury box. HOME NEWS. NEW-YORK CITY. There will be exhibited at' the Lenox Branch of the New-York Public Library, emrty In March, a collection of autographs illustrating the French Revolution. The meeting of thr Peoples Institute to-morrow rrigh r will be a memorial meeting for William H. Baldwin, Jr. Robert W. De Forest will be chair man. The speakers will be George Gayer,. l">avid Blausteln, the Re\. Thomas H. BHicer md Robert C. Ogden. NAMES FOR CITY'S NEW FERRYBOATS. Names have been selected for the five new boats building for the Etaten Island Ferry by the city. The one building at Burlee'e shipyard, at Port Rich mond, will be christened the Richmond. Thei others will be named the Manhattan, the Brooklyn, the Bronx and the Queens. 0 GOODALE DEATH NOT SUSPICIOUS. Coroner Scholer and Captain Flood, of the West 47th-st. police station, declared yesterday they were entirely satifled with the diagnosis of Dr. Henry P. De Forest, of No. 134 West 47th-st.. as to the cause of the death of Edmund S. Ooodale of Water town, N. V., which occurred in the boarding hou^l of Mrs. Edwards, at No. 166 West 47th-st., on Sat urday, January 14. Dr. De Forest gave a permit 6tating that death was dv« to endocarditis and acute indigestion. NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM LECTURES. Announcement has been mnd» of the Columbia University lectures, in co-operatioa with th* Amer ican Museum of Natural History, to be given by Professor Henry F. Osborn at the museum, at 77th- Et. and Sth-ave.. on Wednesdays and Mondays from February 1 to 20, inclusive, at 8 r> m The six lectures will be on "The Evolution of th* Horse "'■ and will be Illustrated. GET PRIZES FOR ARMY ESSAYS. The Military Service Institution of th« United States has awarded the cold medal, life member ship and 1100 to Captain Charles D. Rhodes, general staff, and the silver medal and 150 to Captain Celwyn E. Hampton. 21st Infantry, for the best Our 6A6 A 6 ™ nd «£'" M say £ on: ■" Tho Experiences of Our Army Blnce the Outbreak of the War with /ETNA LIFE ANNUAL STATEMENT. The annual statement of the u4Dtna Life Insur ance Company shows that It paid to policyholders In the last yoar $6,971.793 66. and since Its organiza tion in 1850. $145.918.246 86. It has assets of 17- CM 178 81. and rectlvtd In 1904 J16.931.556 76 for premiums Interest, et*.. of wl eh over a million a month was received as Dr.miums. It* diabursements of all klndi for the year were 110.758,855 96. she. win? an exoe«» of Income over disbursements of $5 372700 t0 It haa 226.011 rollcyholders^ with life Insurance of tcY*.;.7»o« ax;d accident $217, 230. 164 68. Tn> market value of Its securities over their coet to t». m 7.«™ pany Is $2,318.7*5 Th« company grown to ™. present pros petit, largely under the Riildanc" of President Morgan G. Bulkeley. now United States Senator. Since he assumed control Its income ha I advanced from 14,300.000 annually to nearly Tl6 600 ! ynt24O.ODO.COy n t240.0D0.C0. UranC ° 1U ff ° rC * fr '* ™°°-<»° to NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. BATUEDAY. FEBRUARY +. If>os. Did you get one ? If not, there are enough winter overcoats left in the $15 sale to give a man of most any size a cha-jce at an excellent bargain. Young men's sizes are $12; mostly 32 and 83 chest now. Rogers, Peet & Company. Three Broadway Stores. 258 842 1260 at at at Wcrren st. 13th St. 32nd st. FIRE AT CUSTOM HOUSE. Seco?id Time in 100 Years — $3,000 Damage Done. The old United States Custom House, at Wall, William and Hanover sts. ami Exchange Place, gave the firemen half an hour's work last night when a blaze was discovered In th< second floor rotunda, whore clerks have two rings of desks, one within (!.<• other. A watchman discovered tho blaze and railed a policeman, w.ho sent in th* alarm. The fire did not get beyond the rotunda, but it did about $:5.(H(0 worth of damage. Whether it was started by bad insulation or in a waste basket or in some other way i.s n< known. The damage by fire and water was sue! 1 that clerks and Custom House brokers, it was de clared, would be much Inconvenienced when they tried to do work there this morning. There w.as a fire several years ago In the attic of the Custom House, but nothing more of the kind is recorded In its hundred odd years of history. NAMES CITY OFFICIALS. Queens Grand Jury Condemns Many Public Buildings. The Queens County grand jury handed up a presentment in the Supreme Court yesterday be fore Supreme Court Justice Garrettson, censuring the members of the Board of Estimate and Ap portionment for neglecting public buildings In Queens Borough, and arfked that a copy of the presentment be handed to Mayor McClellan. After condemning all public buildings In Long Island City. Newtown, Flushing. Jamaica, Rockaway Beach, Far Rockaway and Arverne. the grand jury in Its presentment says: "The only wuy in which repairs can be made is for the Board of Aldermen for the city to adopt a resolution, for the Mayor to approve it, and then for the Board of Estimate to pass on it." The findings of th>^ grand jury will be served on Mayor McClellan to-day, on the members of the Board of Aldermen r>n next Tuesday, and on other members of th< j Board of Estimate on next Friday. It may mean that public buildings in Queens will be put in such shap« that they will not be a menace to those who are compelled to work in them. BUYS A STATEN ISLAND BANK. The Corn Exchange Bank, of Manhattan, has bought a controlling interest in the First National Bark of Staten Island, at St. George. It is under stood that the stocknold^.rs have received $300 a share down and that further payments will be made when the Staten Island bank i& taken over by the Manhattan institution. The original price paid for First National Bank shares was $175. The First National Bi'nk was organised fourteen years ago and was capitalised at $100,000. BUSINESS TROUBLES. Warren G. F. Blover, ship chandler, at No. 47 South-st.. yesterday assigned for the benefit of creditors to Warren F. Quackenbuah. Justice Scott, of the Supreme Court, has- appointed J. Murray Mitchell temporary receiver for the Coujhlln- Sanford Switch Company, pending the result of a suit brouKjJt by Thomas M. Acken. a olrector and stockholder of tli» company. Th* recel/er 11 req»tre4 to giv« » bonJ Of $f».oO>. SATISFIED JUDGMENTS. The following -were among the. satisfied judgments filed yesterday, the first name being that of the debtor, the second that of the creditor, and date ! when Judgment was filed; ' Frank, Henry— H Watson; January 17. 1P0& . »mt I Manhattan Railway Company— B Ktioth 1,024 1 McKenna. Charles — Knickerbocker Trust Com pany; February 2. 1905 7.783 ' Mead, Ann and Nathan K. Jr— the Union County Bank of Rah way ; February 14. 1944 *»* JUDGMENTS REVERSED. 1 The New-York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company — J Saxton; December 8. l*9."i ,v>,72r> I Th» Metropolitan Railway Company and the Man hattan Railway Company— P Skellj ; May 7, 1895 2.00S I Sam'- A X Brummer; October 7. IS9S 1 &933 : JUDGMENT CANCELLED. I Tlmrson. Thomas IV -- E C Jones; December ♦. U«Ht *t.«S4 . JUDGMENTS VACATED. Harris, Emerson P— E A Smith; January 24, IMS *^ i Maine Steamship Company— L R Btllups; Febru ary 2 lt»"6 ' •• '" i Kauffmann. Louis, an.l Louis Harris— S H Rich niond: December 27, l»O4 • fl,«*'i — JUDGMENTS. Following were among the. judgments filed yes \ terday; the first name being that of th*> debtor: Tlynn Charles D— ■"" Pallandt J17.77S I Uallagher I>ouis .T— S Altnian ••• 4.4»n Hollingsworth, William 8, and Clarence V Kir. H W Elder & Son, Limited JJS Fame — name i.'",' *•**'- . Llndsey. Joffrj' D, or Jefferson T> -Citizen*' Bank _ and Trust Company ».00S I H-ugh Rider Horseshoe Company— Frank Pres berj Comrjany 2.483 Rexes Herbert. B— B Altnian SIS* Stevenson John P. Edward II Peck and Jamw A Neili — W Bror«r li 2.359 i William E Upferove * Bros— A Phillips, by j guardian '■*"' PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY. The folowing petitions in bankruptcy were, among , those filed yesterday. Joseph Etlebcl, manscer for Carolina Stlebel, No. r.38 i Broomt-et. ; liabilities. $W5; assets, $I.<n». Pfctitioner has ' on« creditor — Jacoh & Julius 1 I*l braaa, 44th-gt. and I l*t-ave.. f*>os. The principal UNI la a life insurance ■ policy tor $1 0 " I Harry Solomon, clerk. No. 1&0 Park row; liabilities. • $1,862; "assets, $I<V>. The principal creditor is Lilly Solo. ! mon; judgment, ?1.8r>2. The petitioner has also a number of creditors, the amounts of whoso claims, he »tot»« ar« I unknown to him. An involuntary petition was n!ed against th» Hall * ' Clark Manufacturm* Company of Valatle. Columbia 1 Count N. V . by George Helyea. V.it a claim of $525. The claim it for professional services and disbursements ' cf Fletcher. McCutchon & P.rown. assigned to the. peti tioning creditor. Insolvency Is admitted, the petition i* An lnvolutary petition »a: filed against the Intsrna ' tlonal Library Company. a. corporation under the laws of 1 Main*, with offlew st No OH 6th-av«., by W. W. Jack i son with a claim of |Iu,OSB, asslgmed to the creditor by ■ Merrill & Bakor; the Urolier Society, which holds a note '< of *!( 861 to the order of Merrill * Baker and Indorsed to ' the creditor, and FrancU E. Baker, on an unpaid note of the alleged bankrupt for $10.(100. It is declared the i alleged bankrupt made en assignment on February 1 to ' Yitnry W. Ba\rd, constituting an act of bankruptcy. COURT OF APPEALS DECISIONS. Albany. Feb. B.— The Court of Appeals to-day j handed down the following decisions: Becker art. Btudeman. appellant: Wendt agt. i Northern Electric Manufacturing Company, appel lant; Packard agt. Windholz, appellant; Con way appellant, agt. Auburn City Railway Company; FrMdman. appellant, •«*• New-York and Harlem Railroad Company; Cheever agt. British-American Insurance Company, of New-York, appellant; Cheever agt. Scottish Union and National Insurnnce Company, appellant. Judgments affirmed, will; costs. ■ j Smith and others agt. Bartlett, appellant; Damh 1 mann apt. Metropolitan Railway Company, appel- I lant. Judgments reversed; new trial granted, costs I to abide event. Vcgel at?t. American Brldgn Company, appellant- Ijo. Hoe, appellant, agt. Sugar Loaf Dairy Company Perez, administrator, act. Bandrowlts, appellant! Judgments reversed; new trial granted, . costs i. abide event. Home Insurance Company, appellant, agt Conti nental Insurance Company. Judgment affirmed, with CObtß. The court adjourned to-day until February 20. Swell Shoes Reductions That Count Calf Dip Toe 2.85 ; It's the smartest Shoe In town i Can't be got elsewhere, worth 5.00 ' 7.00 Russet Bluchers at . . . 3.98 It's leather lined, made over flat j Lasts ; Patent Leather (Button) . .3.49 j 6.00 Winter Oxfords . . . 3.9S j Flat last. Dip Toe and high heels. Amusements. ICE SKATING. ST. NICHOLAS KINK. (i6«h * Columbus At. Intercollegiate Hockey Mat COLUMBIA VS. BROUN. TO-NIGHT AT 8:15 O'CLOCK- Admission. 50c. Reserved Seats, 50c. extra. CT P> C* EYI "»«>'.l» IN WAX. New Oroapa, EL UEL Vi CI N M.%TO« XAP U. M U s K. Charming Music. Extra Attraction* PAID FOR A WARM CELL. So Prisoner Declares — Was at East 126th-st. Station. A story* of a prisoner paying the' police for a warm cell in the East 126th-st. station became known yesterday, although it was told In the Harlem police court on Thursday. Magistrate Breen. who heard the cane, Intimated that he would call the attention of Commissioner McAdoo to the affair. The magistrate was told by Jacob Raszowsky. of Glendale-ave.. West Chester, that he went to Har lem on Wednesday to draw $400 from a bank. As he stepped from the bank, he told the court, he was approached by a man who said to him, "Hello, Jack! How are you? Don't you know me?" RaszowEky told the mail that he didn't know him, but on the stranger's Invitation accompanied him into a saloon in Third-aye., where they had a drink. Then Raszowsky. says he was invited Into the rear room of the saloon, where two women were sitting. The women, he says, rushed at him. and the man grabbed him by the throat. Raszow sky threw them all off, and then ran Into the street. He told Patrolman John F. Elliott, of the East 126th-st. station,' and asked him to arrest the man and women. Elliott, he told Magistrate .Breen. grabbed him by the coat and took him to the police station. He was locked ud. charged with being drunk and disorderly. After being placed in a cell Raszowsky says he gave an officer attached to the station II to get him some food, and later complained that his cell was cold. He was told, he says, that if he "put up" he could get a warmer cell, and, accord ingly, gave the officer $4. He was then placed In a warmer cell. L . \ .. i The magistrate discharged Raszowsky. m MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE ALMANAC. Sunrise. 7:071 Sunset s:2o|Moon- sets «:44 Moons age 1 HIGH WATER. A.M.— Pandy Hook 7:3«|Gov. Island 8:03 He.l Gat« 0:5« P.M.— Sandy Hook S:o7|Gov. Island 8:34,11*11 Gate 10:27 INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. VaMSi. ■ From. Line. •La Lorriine Havre. January & . French •Luoania Liverpool, January 2? Cun.ird •St I'aul Southampton. January 28... American Brooklyn City. Swansea. January 14 Bristol City City of Savannah Savannah, January 27 Savanna Venango..... Barbados, January 24 • Hannover Bremen. January 21 N O Lloyd Peconlc Gibraltar. January 17 N V & Mcd Basil para. January 2$ Booth El Alba Galveston. January 28 Morgan K»nnebtc Gibraltar. January 21 — - — Lampasas Galveston. January 27.... . . Mallory Cosmo San Juan. January 21 N T 4 PR Comanche Jacksonville. February 1 Clvda City of Macon Savannah. February |. Savannah SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3. £* c kar Narl.-.-. January 24 N G Lloyd Colorado Hull. January 26 Wilson Algonquin Jacksonville. February 2 Clyd* Rosalind Halifax, February 2 Red Cross MONDAY. FEBRUARY 6. * Zulla La Guayra. January 22.- Red X) •omus.... New-Orleans. February 1 Morgan African Monarch. .. .Shields. January '£) - . Hellie Olav Copenhagen, January 2?. ." '.Srand-Am M*aabe London. January 2B At-Trans .Statendam Rotterdam, January 2S... Holland-Am Armenian Liverpool. January 27 Whit« Star Zeeland Antwerp. January 28 Red Star TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. Main Bremen. January 28 jc g LJovd Montevideo Naples, January 23 yl Conch* Galveston. February V. . . .'.".'.*. .Mallory ■WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY S. •Oceanic Liverpool. February 1.. .Whfta'star Mon ib«Uo Gibraltar. Januaj-/ 24. . V. . V Italian St Hugo Gibraltar, January 24. . . . . .■.V.—-^ •Brings mail. OUTGOING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. EtVur?.?- Llverpo^ Cunard. !*£ .'. .^%^ .SSL Phila-1-lphla. Beatbampton. American." «:00 a m 930 a m Crotic. Naples. White Star «30am 10 : a m Crrtic. Naples, White Star WMimSm k £ ChrL'tiansan,!, Scand-Am 11:00 am 2:00 pm Ca-iiK I*,1 *, Argentine. 6:ooam 700 am rarac ;iF . Curaoao. Red D B:3oam 12:W* Procida. Barbados 11:30 a m 12:00 m Slblrla. Jamaica. Hamb-Am »:30am 12 00 m Morro Castle. Havana. Ward 10:00 a m 10? , m Grenada «<« < " lUd ' ld Bolivar. Trinidad. .10 :00 am lJofipin Olinda. Malahsaa, Munson 12:30 pm 3:<«>pm Minneapolis. London, At Tram i-^pm 3 « ™ Iroquois, Jacksonville. Clyde B-OHnm El. Norte. Galve-ton. Morgan ■ .VOOnm Denver. Oalveston. Mallory £oo££ Xl Bui, New-Orleans, Morgan 300 nm Prlnce»3 Anne. Norfolk. Old Dominion. 3-00 pa MONDAY. FEBRUARY 6. Monroe. Norfolk. Oid D0mini0n. ....... _- (i»nm Bermudl.n. Bermuda. Quebec ».«oani 10:00 a m TUESDAY. FEBRUARY •; Finance. Colon. Panama n -. N . 0 i r »| ( ,,. % , „,, **" DeutßC-hland. Naple., Hamb^Am.. __ m -•,rt» Slavonia. Naples. Cunard •'.;,,' Coroanche, Charleston. «-lvd*> " ii.^-I^ m Jefferson. Norfolk, Old Dominion!!..; -^ 3!wpm SHIPPING NEWS. Port of New- York, Friday. Feb. 3. 1005. ARRIVED. '•earner Tttwaron (Br>, HoUtagsh«*4 London j»n,,»r. a?-4:So PP p hh m P 2" UPreCm - '" haUa " "**^Jpffi Steamer Charles Tiberghlen (Fr>. Le Rnv. Calcutta Mo vember 22. Colombo December « port Hai.l 3 7- hr.it," January 7 a .l Philadelphia February 1. to Notion * V?, with mdse. Arrived at the Par at inHnlxht 2d Steamer Constance (Dutch). Klnnnerer. Coiasiiine x-«_ vember 2«. Rosario 27. Montevideo December "4 aSi >£r' folk Febniar>- 1, with quebracho wood to order- ■ •«. -i to Benham & BoytMt) Arrived at the Bar at l6*Brt p m. 24. ' Steamer Kassala <or>. I>lmc-nd.. Rio Janeiro Pecemher 31, Victoria January 7 and Norfolk February 1 to Irl buckle Brothers, with coffee. Arrived at th» Bar a t 3 a, m Steamer Filter* from Pcrt-au-Prlnce. Passed In Sandy Hock at 4:20 p m a '" Steamer Britannia (Dan>. Jensen. Cardenas January 19 and Calbarlen 25. to W D Munson. with sugar \rrtv»f» at the Bar at it p m. 2d. ' ,* Steamer OnlUa (Oar). Nttlsen. Mattnza* January » to w D Munson. with sugar. Arrived at the Bar at mid night. 2d. Steamer Manuel Cairo (Span). Cortello. Vera Crui January 26 and Havana 30. to the Ccmpanla Trasatlan tlca, with 31 cabin and 31 steerage passenger* and md.»<. Arrived at the Bar at 8:40 a m. Steamer El Sud. Hlntlns. G»lveston January 29 to the Southern Pacific Co. with mdse Pasned Quarantine at 7 : 30 a m. Steamer Bermudlan (Br>. Fraser. Bermuda February 1 to A E Oute: bridge * Co. with T« passenrers. mails and md»e. Arrived it the Bar at 9 a m Sandy Ho*>k. N J. Feb 8. 0 So p re— Wind vtit-north west; fresh bree*e; clear. SAILED. Steamers Gordon Castle (Br). Cap« Town, etc Apache Charleston and Jacksonville; Bxrefntor «Oer> Rotte-rdam : Ultonla (Br). Trlest* and Flume: Hamilton. ' Norfolk and Newport News; Tennyson >Dr), Pernambii.-o Bahla etc- Eablne. Brunswick ard Mobile. ' "*"'*• THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. FOREIGN PORTS Liverpool/ Feb 3— Sailed, (teamvr Ge.->rgl>- ißr> ■ lark New- York. ' '" r ». Prawlo Point. Feh 8— Passed, steamer Manltou •n?-\ Tribe. New-York for London. «anit <Br). Butt of Lewis. F«b 3— Pa«>«d. steamer liian.i iru.t Holm. N»w-York for Copenhagen. - * (Dan) - Queenstown. Jan 8. 2 27 p m— Arrived, steamer f> m Sro^ed'SV- rrltCh * nl - N>W Yor « for Llv*erU>l?.nd Havre. Feb Z~ Arrived, steam-r Kong Ha«ken fi nr \ I^irsen. Baltimore and New -York " MKen 'N--rV Venice. l>b 1 Arrived, stramer Pucaaaet » Br^ Owen Nnw York Ma Or.n for Trieste «tc "wen. Al*t*n. P«b »— BallH steamer St ™° (Br) ' HartUv (from Manila^ N\w-Tork. ' nn * ru# y N«w-TortLr BB * d * iteamer >»«raahtn»» (Br). C*««t Amusements. FIVIPIDF TIIKATRK. 40th St. * Broadway. L. Ir InC Ev>, 8:20. Mat. To-day. 2:W- Extra Matins Monday. Feb. 13. .__.- •• MAUDE ADAMS I '.'/A.'-'rV 1 ! ' N>xt Man.— Se*t« Selling— MISS A HAM* •■.\ w plays, 'OP O' ME THUMB, followed by THE 111 TLE MINISTER. . - • HUDSON Theat^^ u^. M^TSori ROBERT EDESON in STRONOHEART SAVOY TIIEAT^ 9 %\ s V.rTKr*l CHARL^.^. OHMAX FRIQUET herald so. ii%?gßS3ss&§33Sai BLANCHE WALSH n °i&*. CM'TPHIfW THEATRE. 44th St. * Bway. VI\S 1 L,KIUn Evg*. 8:20. Mat. To-day. 2.13. FRANCIS WILSON huxv* GAR R I C X THKATKB. 35th St.. near B'way. vJ/iKKII^IV EVk*. S:io Mat. To-lay. 2:10. ARNOLD DAL/ S CO. can tkm- KM( , It()< KEK THEATRE. B'w»y * 3Sth St. t\.iiir,«s at >. MATINEE TO-DAY at 2. ES Wl! I \Wi> ln WIMon Barretts • O* YV ILLA l\ U i.fCKV Dl-RHAM. Next Monday— Air. W.I lard in "The Brighter Side" I YCF 1 1 M Broadway and 4&th St. Ev*s=>. «:30. I- I V/LUHI Mat. To-day. 2:15. AUGUSTUS THOMAS* COMEDY. MRS. LEFFItSGVVELL'S BOOTS nA i V ? C Uroadway 4 3oth. " Begins 8. UAUI O Matins To-day at 2 and Feb. 13. THE DUCH£BS OF DAN72IC I I'.MIUI ! IAN •• -I ]. \ IIOCSJS. ' Croud Opera Sraiuin 1801-liMKS. Under the direction of Mr Holnrlch Conrl'd. Thl« Afternoon, at 2 — ROMEO ET JULIETTE Em ma Earn**. Bauermei-xtT, Jacoby; 8*1*33. t*lari';r>n. Joumet. liars. Parvis. MUtlmann. B*Rue. Cond'r. Frar.k-v This Evening (popular prices), at i:ts- MEIS TERSINOER. Alton. Homer: Dlppel. Van Rioy. Class. Goritz, Reiss, JlUhlmann. Greder. Cond'r. Hertz. Sun. E.g. lv ( . 5. at 8:30. at popular prices — GRAND BUNDAT NIGHT CONCERT. Soloist* — Nordlca. Ackfs; Glraldonl. Parvis. Pollock. Kntlra Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Conductor, Franko. Mon. Evg., Feb. 8. at B— BAM.O IN MASCIIERA. Emma Eames (first appearance In this opera). Alton, Homer; Caruso. Scotti. Plancon, Journet. B<-gu Glor danl. Cond'r. Vigr.a. Wed. Ev([. Feb. 9. at — LES HUGUENOTS. Nor dlca. Walker and S~mbr..-h; Caruso. Plan<;on. Scotti. Joumet. Bars. Begr»<\ Cond'r. Vl^na. Thur-. Aft<?r"n. Feb. 9. at 1:30 — DIE WAL.KITERE. Emma Eamc3. Walker, Homer; Burgstaller. Van Kooy, Blass. Cond'r. Hertz. • Frl. Ev e ., Feb. 10. at 3 — LUCIA DI LAMMER MOOR. Semi' Ich Bauermelster: Caruso. Jourr.et. Parvis. Bars, ('Mordant. Cond'r, Vljrna. Special Performance "FLEIIERMAI'S" Thu.-s. Evs F.-b 16. Sale of seats begins Monday. Feb. >>. at 9a. m. W»(i'j-. Feb. 15. at 1:30 SIKI;FRIK» TkoraL. Feb. 23. 1:30 GOETTKRDAEMMEKI'Xi Wed. Feb. 81 (Washington's Birthday), at 11:30 a. m. SI'ECIA I. MATINEE* L> A [/ t I F* A I LAST I'ERF. this !S«i»on of X Af\ Jl I /A L SKATS NOW ON SALE. WEBER PIANO USED. IRVING PLACK THEATUE.— To-day. .15. Matinee, , and Evening at 8:20, Hurry Walden in -Die Liebes srhule" (The School for Love;. * >KAV A.MSTKKUA3I. :lllU|jnTl/ nilMniV Matinees TO-DAY & W*A 11111111 I I II li It! I I I 1 LIBERTT THEATRE. Farewell Matinee TO-DAY. V:i:,-^,, MMC DP lElir i PERFORM A 111 ill la a ÜbUnllb FAREWEU, MATIN*EE.:...-CAMILLE-- To-NIGHT, 8:15 (Last time) "ZAZA" KKULLAK THEATRE PUICE9. Next Monday Seats Now Selling. Art a Rohan Supported by Charles Richman. KHfl riolldn First week. "The Taming of the Shrew.** NEW YORK. B'way*4sthSt Prices 25. 50. 75 * 1.00. • i-H:t2tim M . nrn II PftUAU "MTTLE Mat. TO-PAY. UIU. Ifl. UUnan JOHNNY JONES." ; ♦ »♦♦♦»»♦♦♦ t 4 ♦♦♦»♦»» ♦••♦-♦■♦ X 4TH SYMPHONY CONCERT | ♦ For Young People. i f Frank Damroseh Director ♦ This (Saturday) Aft. at 2:30. ♦ t : AT CARNEGIE HALL. ♦ tAT Concerto: HALL. Ziifen-*" MENPELSSOH.V. r^nc^rto: SARASATB, Z;k-'l-T ♦uerwclsen: Orchestral numbers by SCHUBERT.'*" "♦■WEBER. t-ISZT. - IT" «-* "•♦ > soloist, KREISLER ♦ ± FRITZ IV X & I L& X T i . Tickets on sale- at hoi off..-a. Canstaia Bail 't S. 'Jo-.d?;.Til ; ' Sj "'«"°Dß>i!gßlislnHHTiaa CASINO. T IrUSSELL: t l^g LILLIAN RUSSELL &&£ EDWARD TERRVIS3 Followeii To-night by ••Bard»H vs. Pickwick " JIV? 1 . 0 I M»*. To-dar. 50c to 11.50. J CDCn HAI.U HIGGE.EDY-PIGGLEDT OE WEBER S and COLLESE widower HARLEM ■ Charles FrohTT.an presents Evs.. S.OO B OPERA l Cn$JA MAY Mat. To-day. 2. I hoi>k. i ClfnA MAI "The Schoo! .-.ir! " I Next Week— LOUIS MA..VN In "The >rrond Fiddle." 3 StlUnn«ilClU Ma::-. TO-DAY, at T.lfl MRS. FISKE KLESCHNA U/CGT rkjn TTIV ' ETERNAL CIT\". IfLul Cnli Xxt Wk CbsclMrs— Ortdnal Pi JtlirDinAy QUEEX OF THE WHITE SLAVES. ArntniuAn Sund. Night— Ted Marks Concert. nV"i JULIAN ROSE— Fast Life In New York." nflnililt,nu I tl™ « »ittr»ly new Vaud«v|l|« each wees ACADEMY OF MUSIC. __ 14ttj St. * Irving PL vvV^k SIBERIA. Prices 23. 60. 75, *1. Last Mat. To-day. 2 E>re.. S.I.V lirVT U/CC 1 / - Henrietta Crosman in NIAI nttK sweet kitty BELXAIRS. ■•% ■ I 4^ I I Ev. 8:15. Mat. To-day*Thurs..Feb.».at Z. D I V O VJ DAVID BEI.ASfO Presents W ARFIELiB mus^^teu Kxtra Mats. Lincoln's and Washington' » Birthday*. p»r»l lAAn THEATRE." Et, - Mitt. -lay & Feb. 13. RcLASCQ - DAVID BEI.ASCU presents MKS. LESLIE CAK.It, adrea. i rui nri no' THEATKE. 4;: .'t . bet. By & Tth av-. E .?^? l !ITHtPPEN[fIIHNOH!)L4HfI HOLIDAY MATINEES Mon.. Feb. 13. & Wed . F<b. 21. nnnimilll! i Ev. 8:20. Mat. To-day. 2:15. B»9*?Jt. I FRiTZI SCHEFF -JBiagZf ■ iv»H\rK*!* 'Mat. Today * Wwl. 8:15. narmond jsasgviig-- HITCHCOCK SJgJft?"" j^-^-'n^coLlEGr WIDOW I lean Comedy THE UULLCUC Yi\l)\Ji/1 MADISON SQUAKB THEATKK. Evenings. X:3». 24th & Broadway. "Phone 2«14 Ciramercy. MATIN TO-DAY AT "5:15. MRS. TEMPI ! TELEGRAM rra F n r^tt. CIRCLE WR. ALBERT I Mat. John T. Kelly • Co . Jin i:t«u. Jules .* I Dally '.Ella Garrison. Sallie St*mbl«r. Mamie I tbc. iP.emtnstoji A Her Picks, Geo. W. Day. oths. | MENDEI-SSOHN II All.. TUESDAY. mi 7TH. AT 3 O'CLOCK, Piano Recitnl by En;en d'ALBERT World* C.reate>it I'iaal-t. (Farewell Tour of America > Tickets at Dltson's. Jf7 Broadway KNABK PIANO USED. ArionWlasqueradeßall MADISON SQUARE GARDEN*. Friday. February 10th. 1905. ENTIRELY NEW FEATURE? •-.RAND AUTOMOBILE FLORAL CORSA FLOWER BALLET BY CORPS DE BALLET Or METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE Tickets and boxes for »ale now at Arlon Hal! 59th St. and Park Aye.. and at all principal hotel* and Theatre Ticket Agents COLONIAL MUSIC HALL. BROADWAY AND SIXTY-SECOND STREET "The Athletic Qlrl," "Duel in the Snow." Brief but Brilliant Varieties; S|ieoUlli<>* New and Ortslnsl OPENS THIS EVENING. SMOKING BALCONY 25 CENTS TO $1. MKNI» XI. «* 011 J* AL L Fourth Concert Tur- Kvg., Feb'y 7 at 8-Is. KNEISEL QUARTET WfA Awlsted by Ml!. rra.l\ UEINUARTMBR. si Hm Boats. $l.a». at Dltaona. I*7 B way Meetings. \NM AL ELECTION OF THE AMERICAN .... IN'STITUTEX Thunday. K«b. Oth.. 1003, at la W «4«h Sir^t. i>oU» open 10 A. M. to Bp. M 1P W . KENRT WELSH, a*,-,. Hypnotic Suggestion By John Duncan Quackenbos, M. d one of th»» foremost authorities in America on hypnotism. A Personal View Derived from Fire Thousand Ex periences with Hrpnotlzed Subjects* Makes tbe leading article In the Sun day Magazine with To=morrow's Tribune ADEMN'A TATTI contributes a (Mis** f i:l paper on "How to Sing the Old Songs." Frank French, author an 1 artist, who has met with great success with his delineations of New-England scenes and characters, contributes New England Old Homesteads." Holman F. Day. one el the keenest and cleverest of New-Engbnd*a humorists. contributes a side splitting story en titled i4 Captain Dominicus, The Chromo-faccd Beau of Cundy's Cove." "The flying Death," The Sunday Magazine's tirsr serial, con tinues in tht- spoonrt Instalment th# thrilling interest aruused in last week's Issue. James W. Morrissey's ninth chapter la his series of reminiscences concerning "Some Noted Men and Women." .' 'Jack's |, ; Bachelor Suppers" Mrs. Kate Masterson hns discorered that some vonn~ meu of tbe smart s«t know h.crw to live better than tbeir sisters. Mrs. Alice Morse Earl<» contributes an interesting sketch of 4< The Real Garden of Elizabeth at Mus kau Park/ : : : "College Fraternities ARE, Qood for Students." The $25 prize winning letter upholding fraternities. Duck Shooting in the Southern States. Improving the Breed of American Horses at Ojster Bay, I.onjr Island, br inrr«lrjc in.? pure Arab blood. The Bachelors of Belgium in the town of Eoau«sin««. who are dined and wined by the marriageable *pln sters once a year. The Relics of Longfellow and How They Arc Preserved. J. Ogden Armour The roost powerful member ft tbe •*- called Reef Trust. The Winter Carnival at Saranac Lake. Illustrated wltb »C*" ; in? photograph?. The Great Number Of skilled laborers in this city wbo •!» Idle and starring, and the apparent cause. Waste in Public School funds. Many places where money rnls&t &* saved by better system, etc. Poland Her iin|>..rtaiu<- a* a factor in the I**** rat Kusslau crisis— by Ex-AttacW.