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ANEW SHIRT
iLLEN-ST. FIRE VERDICT.
URREST WOMAN LESSEE.
Coroner 's^Juri/ Censures ■'Tenement
House Commission for Laxity.
The Jury called together by Coroner Golden
kranz to decide on the responsibility for the loss
*£> at tna^len^U fir. on March.l 4. In which
Senty persons perished. y«terday returned th.
following verfilct:
jew ar/sstf .»s3s£!s as?
!SSSSa5a«rt lsrA'sl srA's
' ! that the Tentraent Jlouse law relating
to proper lightly was violated.
& Ldner. 1- -as In Corner Golden-
ST Si"glssswS^«l U«t «.. roof door
yas never locked. . ldC inspector of
j. hn J. Kennedy. J*^?*w th ß Tenement
tenement houses, e *Sfl jf dtyllght. or
House act "Quires that no e«m»e^
bulkhead doors at any » Tha laW a^o re
, 35S3feaa
" ?SSSi the house testmed ? at
S^ STJId 00 U i£Vj°«S-"Sf sr, seiner.
NO N. Y. C. BY.-PESH. COMBOTE.
Ehepard, Counsel for Both, Denies Beports
of Sif -v-v Agreement
-h. Vew-^rii City Railway Company has re
.pr,ard. and It* action Mt a
SSSSSS3?#S
PeSvanla were backing tha eurfaca Una cor
n in Its attempt to *et the next iubway
extract. Mr. Shepard eaid there was no war
'^^TL^^Vl*™ certain of 1t.". »1d
Albert B. Boardman at the n**un* of the Rapid
£'*rvit Coirjnlss'.on yesterday. "It is true that
7f: * c ,-TY^rdVenresented the street railway people
WorVtEf commission's committee yesterday, but
4^4 only interest the Pennsylvania has In the Bub
ways is to pet bs many lines as possible near their
central station."
BE. KAI?E GETS FOTTR MOUTHS.
Horseman and Companion Get Short Terms
for Radium Swindle.
Dr Henry H. Kar.e and Dr. William, H. Halo, who
pleaded guilty on Wednesday to having swindled
John McCuUum. a carpenter, of Mount Vernon, out
«• $15 000 by en alleged radium cure, were sentenced
tiy Judge ilcMs-hon. in General Sessions, yesterday.
Hale, who has been convicted twice before, once In
Europe, was sentenced to eight months in the peni
tentiary. Kane, who Is c. well known Mason and
ea ex-president of the Road Drivers' Association,
received a sentence of four months
Abraham Levy, their lawyer, said that the men
Tiad made Coil restitution, and referred to their
former good records. Judjre McMahon said, as he
had received letters speaking about the previous
•pood characters of the men. he bad materially les
sened the sentences.
INVESTIGATE BOXING EXHIBITION.
Allegtd Violation of Law in North Plain
field.
[BT TELEGRAPH TD THE TBIBTWB.]
PlalnfleW. K. J-. March 23.— Proeecutor James I*
Gritrt*. cf Somerset County, has started an Inves
tigation into the boxing exhibition held In Baenger
fcund Hail. North Plainfleid. Monday night under
the an*j>ices of the Shamrock Social Club. He will
present the fact* to the next grand Jury, with a
view to 6ecuring an Indictment against the men
responsible for the affair. Mr. Gripga said to-day
She had be«?n Informed there had been a flagrant
•violation of the law, and he -would do all in his
-^awer to ascertain the true facts.
DYNAMITER ON TRIAL
fHosseau, Who Sent Bomb to Umbria, Faces
Sentence.
, Ges^ler "1106560.11. charged -with having sent an In
ternal machine to the pier of the Umbrla In 1303.
■*ras placed on trial in General Sessions yesterday,
before Recorder Goff. The Indictment alleges spe
tdfio violations of the Penal Code In the sending of
dynamite to a company without properly labelling
the package, and the sending of the explosive to a
jstxuctur* where there were human beings, and
placing It therein, with Intent to destroy it. thereby
j endangering human lives.
| Boaseau was arrested In Philadelphia after the
fKttempt had been made to wreck the statue of
♦Frederick the Great at Washington. The trunk in
.Which the infernal machine was cent to the Umbria
cad the machine Itself were In evidence. Koss>-au
-was defended by Charles 1L Kelfer. while the Dis
itnet Attorney's office was represented by Deputy
? Ahglstint District Attorney Nathan A, Smyth.
WORKMEN'S LECTURES ON ELECTRICITY.
B«Qcect« for instruction in electricity and me
chanical «n«ineerln* In the evening high schools
have led to th« outlining of courses of lectures on
.electricity iacectioas of the city where the demand
tor «uch courses has been ehown. Professor C. J*
Harrington will give) a course of eight lectures at
Institute Hall. No. 21 East lOCth-st.. on Friday even
ing*. Hi* Bcfcject this evening will be "Dynamical
Electricity." On Monday evening Theodore L Jones
<«111 «peak on "Th» Telephone of Bell" at Columbia
HalL West eoth-st. Professor W. Wallace Ker of
the Hebrew Technical Institute, will giv« the two
remaining courses on principles and practice of
. electrical engineering. The lectures'at Jndson Memo
rial Hall 'will be given on Tuesday evenings while
those In The Bronx, at Lafayette HalL will be given
on Mo&day evening*.
MASON'S BODY FOUND IN LAKE. *
[tor TITLE OP APH TO THUS WBTTm.]
PUinfield. N. J.. Marco, 22.— Workmen engaged
to-day in. cleaning out Echo Lake, & email sheet
of water just outside of Westfleld, brought to the
•urtac* the body of Julia* Mason, a contractor,
who disappeared from bis horn* In "We»tfieJd last
November. His absence had remained a mystery
to the police, and search for him had been given
up two month* ago. M--^ u «*as thirty-five years
c.4. His ratter- ac 4 t\,+ MtuiUi furvlre **"!«
Lightning —
It's apt to be dangerous, a sudden
lightening of your clothing.
Best to taper off with a light over
coat first, then a light suit.
Light overcoats; $15 to $35.
Light suits; $16 to $38.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Stores.
258 842 1260
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 32nd St.
EPIDEMIC ON THE WANE.
Meningitis' Likely to Decrease with
Advent of Warm Weather. "*
In accordance "with the figures published In The
Tribuns last iltonday, snowing: that th© meningitis
epidemic reached Its height week before last with
ninety-nine deaths, and that It was now decreasing,
as th* deaths from this causa last -week numbered
only seventy-two, Health Commissioner Darlington
said yesterday that. In his opinion, th« epidemlo
had reached high water mark and was likely to
decrease rapidly with the coming of warm weather.
Th« deaths from cerebro-spinal meningitis for the
two and one-half months of this year were 488. For
the corresponding period of 1904 there were only 86.
It is estimated that If the mortality from this
disease continued at anything approaching the pres
ent rate the fatalities for this year would reach
2,000. Two years ago the deaths were only 271 and
last year they increased to 1.211. This year, which
Dr. Darlington declares will be the third and last
of the epidemic they will probably fall off to a
The new commission on meningitis will hold a
meeting at the Health Department bulldlmr at 530
o'clock this afternoon and decide what steps
should be taken to limit th« advance of the present
epidemic.
STARVE FOR DOPE SHEETS
Strange Hunger of Men Caught in
Flat After Raid.
Captain Cooney of the "West CSth-st. police station
made a raid on an alleged poolroom In a flat in
"West Ost-st. yesterday. He seized four telephones
and a telegraphic outfit and arrested a man who
gave his name as Charles Kline. With Captain
Cooney were Detectives Michaels, Donnelly and
Dunn and Roundsman Baxter. When they went
to the apartment house they were met In the hall
way by a woman, stylishly dressed and pretty, who
demanded in a pert tone to know what they wanted.
"Does Mr. Norton live here?" asked Captain
Cooney in his pleasantest tone.
"Nobody lives here by that name," snapped the
woman, and backed into the flat and slammed the
door.
Captain Cooney listened. He beard a, telephone
bell ring and the dick of a telegraph machine.
Without wasting time, he put his shoulder to the
door and forced it open. In the flat were four men
and woman, chewing up racinj?-tharts which had
been lorn from the wall and trying to hide the tele
phones in a bureau.
"There's be no eating of evidence If I know it,'"
said Captain Cooney. "You will kindly desist. It
is material evidence, and would not agree with your
stomachs."
The charts were thick, but of a dozen the five
persons had eaten two.
Captain Cooney and his men overlooked the racing
sheets for a time, and to his surprise found the
inmates had attacked them.
"This will never do," he said gently. "If you are
hungry I'll see that you are well cared for at the
station, but please don't eat the evidence We
need it."
Kline was held on a charge of keeping and main
taining a poolroom. The other men were released.
Captain Cooney said there was no question about
the flats being a poolroom. It was planned by
Kline, he leared. to conduct a poolroom on such
a scale as to realize 550,000 in the summer.
GREATEST SERIAL STORY
of the year,
"Souls on Fire,"
Begins next Sunday. March 26.
in the
New-York Tribune Sunday Magazine.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
SunrUe S:SS;Sunset C:ls|Moon rises 10:39, Moon'a a*» IS
HIGH WATER.
A-M— Pandy Hook 10:OU Gov. Island 10:29'Hel! Gate 1222
P.M— Sandy Hook 10:34, G0v. l&^and 10:57JHell Gate 12:50
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
Veaael. From Une
•HeUa Chrlstiaiisand. March 8 Scand-Am
•Baltic Liverpool, March 15 White Star
•Monterey Vera Cruz, March 16 Ward
•Hildebrand Para, March 12 Booth
•Yucatan Santiago, March 18 Ward
Phoenicia Hum burg, February 25 . . . . Ham b-A m
St Andrew.... Antwerp. March 2 Phoenix
Roland Hamburg, March 6
Wear-side Hotttrdam, March 3 Vogtmann
Brietol City Swansea. March 7 Bristol City
Barbarossa Bremen, March 10 N G Lloyd
Armenia. Hamburg. March 1 Hamb-Am
Cassel Bremen. Maroh 23 N O Lloyd
EJ Paso Galveston. March 17 Morgan
Pretoria Hamburg, March 11 Hamb-Am
El Rio Galveston, March 18 Morgan
6ATURDAY, MARCH 26.
•Philadelphia Southampton, March 18 American
•Etrurla Liverpool, March 18 Cunard
Glulla Naples. March 8 Austrian
Apache Jacksonville, March 22 C!v<l«j
City or Columbus. ..Savannah, Marjh 22 Savannah
Alamo Ualvestun. March 18 Mallory
SrXDAY, MARCH 2a
•La Bretajrne Havre, March 18 French
•Cltta di Napoll Naples, March 13 Italian
Iroquoia Jacksonville, March 23 (Hyde
Patria Gibraltar, March 14 Fabre
MONDAY, MARCH 27.
•Krronland Antwerp, March 18 Red Star
•Kyn.iam Rotterdam. March 18 Holland-Am
•Caracas Porto Caijello, March 17 Rod D
Manltou London, March 17 At Tjsng
El CIJ (Jalvesion. March 21 Mufgau
TUI3SDAY. MARCH 28.
•K. W. &er GrOFae.. Bremen, March 21 V G Lloyd
•<*::t.-i ill lUjrglo Gibraltar, March 15 Italian
Liverpool. March 17 White Ktar
liuiu:ri Prince Cardlrf, March 15 .....Prince
El Sud Gaivestoc. ilarch 22 Morgan
•lirings mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel
Vesee!. For. Line. Mall close, sails.
Manzanlilo. Santiago. Ward 12:00 m 3:00 pm
Tjomo. Campeche, Ward 12:00 m 3:oopm
Sablne. Brunswick. Mallorjr 8:00 pm
Arapahoa, Jacks nvllle. Clyde 8:00 pm
Jeff«rsoa. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:oopm
SATURDAY. MARCH 25.
Lucanla. Liverpool, Cunard 6:30 am 9.00 am
fc't Louis, Southampton, American 0:00 am 0-30 am
Vaderland. Antwerp, lied Star 8:30 am 10:30 a in
Princess Irene, Naples. N Q Lloyd 8:30 am 11:00 am
Columbia, Glasgow. Anchor S:3oam 12:00 m
Bermudlan, Bermuda, Quebec 8:00 a m 10-00 a in
Marac&lbo. Curacao, lied D 8:80 am 12-00 m
Pone*. Ban Juan, NY & I' It 9:00 a m 12:00 m
Allegheny, Port LI man, Hamb-Am 9:30 a m 1200 m
Mexico, Havana, Ward 10:00 am 1:00 urn
Ce&recse, Barbados, Booth 12:00 m 800 p m
Merchant Prince. Argentine. Prince... 2:00 pm 4-00 cm
Minn* tonka.. London. Atlantic-Trans. 9-00 am
Oldenburg. Bremen. N U Lloyd 10-00 am
Patricia, Hamburg. Hamb-Am fl : o.>am
El Dla. Galveston. Morgan 300pm
Concho, Galveaton. Mai lory 300nm
Mohican. Jacksonville, Clyde 3( £ £ m
Princess Ann*, Norfolk. Old Dominion. ■ 8:00 p m
MONDAY. MARCH 27.
Jamestown* Norfolk, Old Dominion 8:00 pm
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Thursday, March 23, 1905
ARRIVED.
Steamer Corinthian (Br). Pitts. Glasgow March 3 and
Hall.'**. V S. 21. to Austin Baldwin & Co with 47 cabin
Bo^M^r^t^t^^^
s?%£it l 'i7? a rrsr a K >Miißiw -^.^ws
fitumtr Wi^etXaj* lOtr^ RtMpg, 2*BW? U,
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. L 905.
/\*/2 cemAwfsy
Fancy Flannels, mercerized cloth and wash
able fabrics.
1.50 Spring Gloves at .98
2.00 Perrin's Gloves at 1.25
New light yellow tans.
1.50 Dress Shirts at .98
Cuff attached, solid linen bosom.
Public Notices.
BCREAU OF THE PIBLIC ADMINISTRATOR OK
THE COUNTY Or NEW YORK.
Ho. 110 Nassau Street,
New York, March 16, 190.V
J^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT
to Chapter 230 of the Laws of 1898, that the state
ment of the receipts and r xremiitures of the Public Ad
ministrator during the year 1904 was published ln the
City Record, three times each week for three weeks, be
ginning February 21. 1806.
WILLIAM M. HOES.
Publto Administrator of the County of New Tork.
/^.ENERAL DEPOT, Q. M. DEPT., JEF
fersonvWe, Ind.. March 21, 1900. A sale at public
auction, of condemned property, consisting of t3*pewrUer*.
Mess Pans, Camp Kettle*. Calfskin Shoes, Spring Wagons,
Arrry Wagons and Ambulances, will take place M this
Depot April 20. 1905. at 10 o'clock, a. m., and cdntlnue
until sale is completed. All information furnish*} on
application. J. M. Marshall. Assistant Quarteruiaster
General, V. 8. Army.
Proposals.
PROPOSALS FOR MISCELLANEOUS SUP
plles: Office of Purchasing Agent. Isthmian Canal
Commission, Washington, D. C, March 21, 1906. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received at this office un
til 10:30 a. m.. April 10, 1905. and opened then, in iiublic,
for furr'.shlng Printers' Supplies, Saws, parts for French
Cars, Planer, Fire Hose, Leather Belting, Asbestos Pack
ing, Wagons, Harness, Steam Wrecker, Steel Sheeting,
Scrapers, etc. Blanks and full information may ie had
from Purchasing Agent. Washington. D. C. or from
AssL Pui chasing Agt-nts, A. Anderson. No. 24 State St..
New York City, or S. L. Lupton, Custom House, New
Orleans. The Commission reserves the right to reject
or accept any or all bi.is or any part thereof H. J. Gal
lagher, Major. U. 6. Army, Purchasing Agent.
\I7EST POINT, N. V.. MARCH 21ST, 1905.—
Sealed proposals, ln triplicate, will be received Uere
until 12 o'clock, noon. April 20th. 1905. for the construc
tion of two double and four triple sets of Officers' Quar
ters and for the erection of Cadet Barracks, as per draw
ings and specifications en tile ln this office. The U. S.
reserves the right to accept or seject any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Form* and specifications fur
nished upon application. Address Quartermaster, U. S.
M. a
BUILDING, WHITEHALL ST., NEW
Yc;rk City February 25, 1905. — Sealed proposals. In
triplicate, will tw received here until 1 o'clock P. M..
March lit. liHJG. and then opened, for furnishing and deliv
ering tv the Quartermaster's Department at either the
Philadelphia, Boston. New York. Chicago or Ban Fran
cisco Depots: Fur Caps, Linen Collars, Jean Drawers,
Winter Drawers, White Cotton Gloves, Buckskin Gloves,
Yellow Horsehide Gloves, Chambray Shirts. Russet Shoes,
Arctic Overshoes. Mattress Covers, Mosquito Bars. Bed
sheets, Pillows. Pillow Cases. Tent Pin*, Trumpet Cords,
Dark r.'ue Coat Cloth, Sky Blue Kersey, White Faolng.
Cloth and Buckskin Gauntlets. Information and blanks
for bidding furnished upon application. T\ S. reserves the
right to reject or aooept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked:
"Proposals for Clothing. Equipage & Materials, to be
opened March 27, 1006." and addressed to G. S. BING
HAM. MaJ. & Qr. Mr., U. 8. A.. Depot Q. M.
rpREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF
the Supervising Architect, Washington, D C March
9. 1906.— SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
office until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 9th day of May. 1900,
and then opened, for the mechanical equipment for the
D. 8. Custom House, New York. N. 1., in accordance
with the drawings and specification, copies of which may
be had on or after March lfth. at t!^s office or at the
office of the Architect, Cass Gilbert, 70 Wall Street New
York, N. V., at the discretion of the i?Bpervlslng Archi
tect. Applications must be accompanied by a certified
check for $250.00. Trhlch will be held at this office until
the return cf the drawings and specifications. JAMES
KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect.
"DEPARTMENT OF THB INTERIOR.
"^ United States Geological Survey. Reclamation Ser
vice, Washington. D. C, March 17, 1905. Sealed proposals
will be received at th» office of the United States Recla
mation Pen-Ice. Chamber of Commerce Building. Denver,
Co!., until '1 o'clock p. m., Tuesday. May 16. 1005, and
thereafter opened, for the construction of about 45 miles
of main canal. Involving about -.800.000 cubic yards of
earthwork and 150,000 cubic yards of rork work for the
Irrigation of lands In the North Platte Valley in Eastern
Wyoming and Western Nrbraska. Htds will he. received
on excavation and embankment for one or more divisions
which will approximate 800.000 cubic yards each. The
right Is reserved to award to one bidder as many or aa
few of such divisions on which he has bid as the interest
of the Service may require. Specifications, forms of pro
posal, and plans may be Inspected at the office of the
Chief Engineer of the Reclamation Service, Washington,
P. C-. and at the office of the Reclamation Service. Den
ver. Col. The bid on each division must be accompanied
by a certi fled check for $2,000, payable to the order of
the Secretary of the Interior, as a guaranty that the
bidder will. If successful, promptly execute a satisfactory
contract and furnish bond In the pum of 20 per cent of
the contract price for the faithful performance of the
work. Thfl right Is reserved to reject any or all bids, to
accept one. part and reject the other, and to waive tech
nical defects as the Interest of the Service may require.
Bidders ar« Invited to be present. Proposals must be
marked: "Proposals for Construction of Interstate Canal
North Platte Projf "t." E. A. HITCHCOCK. Secretary.
\ RMY BUILDING, WHITEHALL ST., NEW
York, N. V., March 20. 1806. — Sealed proposals, in
triplicate, will be received here until 12 o'clock noon,
March 25, 1905, for manufacturing and dellverlnK to
this department 63 Olive Drab Service Caps, In strict
accordance with sample at this office. Blanks for bidding
an<l information furnished upon application. Proposals
must be endorssd "Proposals for Caps, to be opened
March 25, 1905." and addressed to G. S. BINGHAM Mai.
& Q. M.. D. S. A.. Depot Qr. Mr.
TJNITKD STATES POWDER DEPOT,
Dover. New Jersey, February 27. 1905. — Staled pro
posals In triplicate will be received at this office until 1
p. m., Tuesday, March 28. 1806, for th» erection In
brick and steel of one wheel and dynama house, one
building for fjeneral shops, six store houses, and one
magazine building. The Government reserves the right
to reject any or all proposals or parts thereof. Infor
mation on app.icatlon to the ("ommandlns; Officer.
Colombo February 2. Suez 15, Port Said 18, Algiers 23 and
Boston March 21. to launch. Edye & Co. with mdso. Ar
' rived at the Bar at noon.
Steamer Tennyson (Br). Ohls. Santos March 8, Rio
Janeiro 4, Baliia 8, Pernambuco 10 and Barbados 17 to
Busk & Jevons. with Oft passengers, mails and mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at 7:30 a m.
Steamer l rlns "VVillem 111 (Dutch). Aarents, Paramaribo
March 1. Demerara 2. Trinidad 6, Carupano 7. Cumar.a
and Guanta 8, La Guayra 9. Porto Cabello 10. Curacao 11.
Tacmel 13, Aquln and Aux Cayes 15, St Marc 18, Port
au-Prince 17 to the Holland-America Line, with 9 pas
sengers, malls and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 0:45
p m.
Steamer Maraval (Br). Hunter. Trinidad March 16 and
Grenada 18. to the Trinidad Shipping: and Trading- Co.
with 0 cabin passengers, malls and mds*. Arrived at the
Bar at 7:40 a m.
Steamer Semlnole. Manr.lpn, Santo Domingo City March
13, Macorts 18, Sanchez and Samana 10, Porto Plata and
Monte Cristl 17 and Turks Ifland 18, to William P Clyde
& Co, with 5 cabin passengers, malls and mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at 10:30 p m 22d.
Steamer Flandria (Ger). Boldt. Port de Paix March 7,
Port-au-Prince 8, Gonalves 0, St Marc 10, Mlragoane 11.
Kingston 13 and Santa Marta 15, to the. Hamburg>%Amerl
can Line, with mcleo. Arrived at the Bar at 12:40 p m.
Steamer Scottish Here (Br), Muir. Clenfuegou March
14, with sugar to Arbuckle Bros. Vessel to Funch, Edye
& Co. Arrived at the Bar at 4a m.
T'nited States supply steamer '•ulgoa. from Guanta
namo. PaF«-d In Bandy Hook at ft:23 am.
Steamer Beacon (Nor). Pettersen. Banes March 19, to
the United Fruit Co. with fruit. Arrived at th« Bar at
4:15 p in.
Steamer Winifred. Frostad. Port Arthur, Tex, March 14.
to the .1 M Quffey Petroleum Co, with oil. Passed In
Sandy Hook at 11 a m.
Steamer Com'us. Kemble. Nflw-Orleans March 18. to the
Southern Pacific Co. with passengers and md»e. Passed
Quarantine -at 6:16 a m.
Steamer City of Maron. Asklna. Savannah March 20. to
the Ocean Bs Co. with passengers and mdse. Passed
Quarantine at 7:51 a m.
Steamer Jefferson, Dote. Newport News and Norfolk, to
the Old Dominion Bs. Co, with passengers and nil so.
Passed Quarantine at 2:33 t> m.
Bteamer Benefactor, Curry, Philadelphia, to William
P Clyde & Co. with mdse. Passed Quarantine at 6:64
am.
Steamer Corinthian, from Halifax. Oft Bandy Hook
Lightship at 10:09 a m.
Sandy Hook. N .1. March 23. 0:30 p — Wind southeast
light breeze; cloudy.
SAILED.
Steamers City of Memphis, for Savannah; Capri (Ger).
Rio Janeiro: Monroe, Norfolk and Newport News; San
tiago, Tamplco; Tannonfels (Ger). Hlogo and Yokohama;
<"Ity of Washington. Colon; Cedrlc (nr). Liverpool: King
Frederick (Br», Brunswick; Matopno (Br). Baltimore; Sul
«".al (Nor), Bsrfoa; Euplectela (Br). Dover (for orders);
La Bavole (Fr), Havre; Main (Ger), Bremen; Ethiopia
(Hr). Glasgow: Castlllan Prince (Br), Pernambuco, etc;
Colonel H L Drake and barge Standard Oil No 95, Port
Arthur, Tex; Havana, Havana.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS,
FOREIGN PORTS.
Bristol, March 22— Sailed, steamer Chicago City (Br)
Hunter. New-York.
Queer.stown. March 23. 1:30 p — Sailed, steamer Teu
tonic (Br), McKinstry (from Liverpool). New-York
Klnsule. March 23— Fused, steamer Cevlc (Br) Clarke
N«>w-York for Liverpool. "
Stettin. MBrch 21— Arrived, steamer Standard (Gert
Sluitcr, New- '
Antwerp, March 22— ballad, steamer American (Dutch)
Markschlaager, New-York. ''
HaY M rC 4 h ,i V* v m— Arrived, " " m * T La Touralne
■ (Fr), Falolle, New-York.
Naples, March 18— Ballad steamers Cltta dl New-Tork
(Ital). for New-York, (and passed Gibraltar 224) : 22d
Republic (Br). McAuley, New-Torkj 20th. arrived'
steamer Carpathla (Br), Turner. New- York, for Trieste
and Flume; 23d. 10 a m. steamer Kcenlgln Lulls
(Ger), Volger. New-York (and proceeded for Genoa).
Porto Bmpedoclo. March 16— Sailed, steamer Vlncenso
Bonanno atal). Bologna, New-York.
«rmu», March 28 — Arrived, steamer Moltke (Ocr). Bauer
mann. New- York via ports (on Oriental cruise).
Singapore, March 23— Arrived (previously^ steamer Ra
pallo <Br). Her, New-York via Bt Vincent. C V and
Port Natal for Shanghai.
6t Thomas, March 23— Arrived, steamer Partma OSrV
Carer. .Jfsw-Tork tar D«rasru»..tU.»orU, -"-TT*
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*\ EYE STRAIN f
M tl>i.- Defects ■
M vhleh can be cor- a
* rected with glass- «
■ ej treated by thcr- ■
¥ oii^hly competent 1
' parties. Bifocal, for l
r«alinjf and distant.
.-»riulm> pebble*. At
SPENCER
J2 MAIDEN LANE NY j
MT~ lm 139 En l\S U U 81 1 Thursdays
mm SIX ENTIRELY NEW ST
BIX ENTIRELY NKW &Fridity«
%fla» not mv* a -nap«n ap« a\ at 4 o'clock.
LECTURES THIRD
llga kbUl UollaO LECTURE.
MBa * TO-DAY (Friday). II (In
"THE EDGE Or THE I>ESKRT." I! Costume.)
W»CT CUR I IN °^D KENTt'CKY. Nxt Wlc.
If CO I CNU I Ceo A de's "PEGGY FROM PARIS."
DDAAniAIAV F.vf. 8:20. Matinee Sat. at 2:15.
THEATRE. 41st St. If 1 1 11 OUnLIT Lasts Time..
THEATRE. 41st St. F 111 f Z.I UUliLrr BOCCACCIO.
•••NEXT MONDAY (Peats selling).
Sfw FLORODORA
AMERICAN IS-:£t£"- SIBERIA
Sunday Night. TED MARKS' BIG CONCERT.
Next Week. JAMES J. CORBETT In "PALS."
DEI aCflfl THHATRE. To-night at 8. Mat. Sat. 2
DCLAwVW UAVin BELASCO presents MUM. '
LESLIE CARTER. >n U M' EE WA.PI^W A . Pl^
UIIIMrDQTriII'Q * 2 St • »"*'ay & 7 At. Dally Mats.
nAmlllLnOl Lin 0 Entirely new Vaudeville each week,
1 PlAf CiCI n©'l THEATRE 42d St.. bet.By* Bth ar.
LeW rlbLUo it HAPPENED 1H >*PRni nun
cv. 8:15. Mat. sat. 11l nArrCnLLI In riUnULAnu
BERKELEY LYCEUM Theatre, 44th St., nr. Bth Aye
FRANK KEEXAN In FOUR ONE ACT PLAYS.
IRVING PLACE THEATRE. Every Evg , 820
A Sat Matinee. BONN. CHRISTIANS & WALDeS'
In Kadelburg's Comedy. "DERFAMILIEJiTA G."
OlQni C B'way and 60th Mat. Dally. 23r.
MULL HENRY MILLER & CO., DID*
The New Mystery: GEORGE EVANS
Empire City Quartet. Augusta Glose
Hlckey & Nelson, MUlman Trio, many others.
11l ADICM I Evenings. 8:15. Mat. Saturday, 2:15. I
IU ADI CM 'FRANCIS Mat. Saturday, 2:15 |
BpWfcPut! FRANCIS WILSON S s a
I NEXT I MBit. WIGGS of the i SEATS ON' I
I WEEK I CABBAGE PATCH. SALE. " I
| SPECIAL WEDNESDAY MATINEE. |
WALLAOK'S M - A^ Li at BINGHAMS*
Next Sun. Ev . PKYOR— HIS BAND Tn" BoteUU.
GARDEN, 27th & Mad. Ay Ev. 8:20. Mat. Wed.ASat
SS^'the COLLEGE WIDOW
|FRANK H. GRAF
ANDIRONS. FENDER*
FIRE SETS.
TCS Seventh Arena*.
Comer of 2Sth St.
"MARQUISE BELTS."
! They are made of soft
leathers trimmed In a new
i way. They fit and give •
finishing touch to th* cos
tume.
To be seen In stocks of
thone retailers nho aim for
the best. m }jv
BLANCHARD £ rRICE,
143 Fifth Aye.. New York.
The 1905
TRIBUNE ALMANAC
is
INDISPENSABLE
Price 25 Cents
Amusements.
Greatest Serial Story of the Year
"Souls on Fire*
LOUIS TRACY
Will Begin
March 26
New- York Tribune
SUNDAY MAQAZINE.
It is a wonderful story of timely interest, as much
of the action is laid in Russia, and the turbulence
and strife in that empire are graphically depicted.
The copies of the MAGAZINE containing the various instal
ments will be worth binding and keeping in any library.
Order THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE Delivered
Beginning with Next Sunday, March 26.
Amusements.
Madison Square Garden.
NOW OPEIM
Every Afternoon at 2 and Evening at 8 o'clock.
Barnum & Bailey
Greatest Show on Earth
EXHIBITING THE WONDERS OF THE 20TH
CaSNTURY.
The Only Cirrus T*-> Be Seen ln New York.
Presenting for the First Time the Two Marvellous
French sensations that Were the Talk of Europe.
THE DIP OF DEATH.
Startling Parisian Sensational* Somersault Surprise.
A LADY LOOPING THE GAP IN AN AUTOMOBILE.
AN ABSOLUTELY AMAZING AND ASTOUNDING
AUTOMOBILE ACT.
Another Astonishing and Awful Abysmal Achievement.
L*>s Freres Anci'ottl's Stupendous Exploit.
Double Simultaneous Looping: the Gap and
Leaping the Quadruple Chasms.
Dual Quadruple! Deeds of Daring.
THE GORGEOUS DELHI DURBAR.
A Magnificent Introductory Spectacular Pageant.
together with all the marvellous attractions of the Hippo
drome. Triple Circus. Double Menageries, three Herds of
Elephants, Herds of Giraffes. Wl!d Beasts, Droves of
Camels, Jumping Horses, Leaping Ponies. Desperate
Races, Gymnastic Feats. Acrobatic Exploits. Aerial Won
ders, Trained Animals. Curious Creatures, Living Human
Curiosities and FreaUs.
100 ACTS BY 300 CHAMPION ARTISTS.
15 ACTS GOING ON AT ONE TIME.
Special Features Provided for Children.
2 EXHIBITIONS DAILY. AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
Doors Open an Hour Earlier. __
ADMISSION TO ALL. WITH SEAT, 23 and 80 CENTS
(26th an.l 27th *t. doors). Reserved Beats. "f><*.. $1 and
fI.BO (Madlson-ave. door). Private Box Seats. *2 and
12.50, according to location. Box office open dally from
V A. M. to 5 P. M. for sale of seats in advance. Chilian
half price to all reserved seats but 73 cent seats, and they
are M cents. 25. 50 and 75 cent seats not mold In advance.
NEW AMSTERDAM Th F Weekn'on'sale:
rTchard MANSFIELD
S£SS£ KING RICHARD 111.
To-morrow Mat BEAU BRUMMEL
Sat. Eve THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
I IDUDTV Theatre. Matinee Saturday. Bv-s., 8:15.
HRSlir,.,. THE EDUCATION OF MR. PIPP
by Augustus Thomas. With DIGBT BELL.
UrUJ VflQlf Theatre. Prices 23. 50. 75. 1.00. Ev.8:15.
IlLn 1 UlllV Last matinee To-morrow 2:15.
Ml.. WKIUHT! I^AST I THE MlhrilEKl)
LOIUMER I WEEK. I KING.
A VERY FEU* seats are still obtainable at Carnegie
Hall box office. Dltson's, Hotel Agencies and Manager
■I. 1-naion's office. 1.183 B'way. for the
EAMES-YSAYE
Concert, Carnegie Hall. Thursday Evjy.. Mar. 30th.
CARNEGIE HALL.
PHILHARMONIC society
FRIDAY, MARCH 24. at 2:30 P. M
SATURDAY. MARCH 55. at 8:15 P. M
CONDI
MR.GUSTAYF.KOGEU-ranKfort.M
WAGNER-LISZT PROGRAM:
Overture, "The Flying Dutchman" 1
"Siegfried Idyl" I Wagner
Prelude, "Die Melsterslnser" ]
"A Faust Symphony" Liszt
Mr. Edward P. Johnson. Tenor, and Male Chorus,
under the direction of Mr. W. R. Chapmann
Tickets on sale at Carnegie Hall and Dltson's. Seats,
75 cts. to 92. Boxes $12 and $15. Box Office open
daily from 9 to 5.
FELIX F. LEIFELS, Secretary.
CARNEGIE LYCEUMS
March 30th, 3 1st and April Ist. at 8 p. m. Matinee
• April Ist. at 2p. m.
"LE T HULAN"
By Tola Dorian.
"LE BONHOMIE JADIS"
By Henri Murger.
Two French Plays to be given by French residents
In connection with Greenwich House Settlement.
Tickets can be obtained at Carnegie Lyceum and
Berkeley Lyceum.
TICKETS. $2.00 AND $1-50.
; . BOXES. $15.00 AND $12.00.
— LAST TWO NIGHTS. ■
IflC I&fCQED 7^ All Star Co. at • I Last
JUt ft tutn C Music Hall. In I Marine*
Higgled? l'icsr!<"<ly * College Widower. I To-morrow.
AND for one week only, "DTrDP." *
By
in the
FMPIRF THEATRE. B"way * 40th 3:
tmrilll. i«s»tl. Matin*** Saturdays at X. , »
WM. GILLETTE I h "l3 X i^ k
I CRITERION THEATKZ. Bro*-1 way *££.&
VIMILIMW/I ■ ><v Mmts wed. * Sat. »:!•.
MARY MANNERING to &SS?
IOaCKERBOCKER. Broadway «„* «th Street.
£LL!S JEFFREYS I T&SSSE*
HUDSON" I^-^ I"'*1 "'*- ««'h«.nr Broadway.
ROBhRT EDESON In
,i\ ,7V '•» STKO>OHJIA»T.
Men. 27 — \ IIJGINi.v II\R\TT» in
THE LADY SHORE. S«ats seiiln*.
6ARRICK 'e^'W J 4th f r "•" 8 ~-«^-'
ARNOLD DALY'S GO. .o^^B^L
Mch. 27— First Lenten Monday Shaw Mattel
"Candida" for.lv time) with Mr. Daly ft Ortg* Ca**tl
SAVOY T ££TK- iVi'^KKi-rrs.
GRACE GEORGE ,^«^?^SsbL
UCDII II Qfll THE.VTKE. Broadway * JJth St.
nLnALU OU. Ev*. *AZ. Mats. Wed. ft Sat.. As
Dl *M,iiJC HflltH-' 1 Month. 7 '''h Tim- Apr!! ♦ .-?out»
BLAflbfaC H&Lan thk\vo>iaxix the case.
RA I Y'C Broadway soth St. E v«»
UAL I-3 Matinees Saturday, at Z THE
DUCHESS OF DANTZIC
I YrF II M Rrca<iwa)r and «th St. Ev«a. at Baa
L I V> L. U ITS Matlneei. Thursday ft Saturday^B ft
100 TH TBIE. APRIL STII. SOUVENIRS.
MRS. LbFFINOWEU.'S BOOTS
BURTON holmes
— TRAVELOG ir.."*—
SUNDAY EVE. SU GARKE6IE HALL
•^InV'l^lH^J 5 ' AT *■ I Y H l^: theatre -
Th»» Derby. Henley. Carnegie. $1.. 75c. lOe. 23c.
Hampatt>ad. Etc Lyceum. $1.50. $1.00. 75c. 50c.
HOLLAND
TESTIMONIAL
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
!f~ To-Day at 1:30 P. M. \
" J ~ ~~TT ' — •
Th» public Is respectfully advised that seats tor tv«
follows^*" 0 " mm " >et *** übtalned at th « box-offle« •»
Good Seats in Family Circle at JI.OO.
Good Seats in Palcony at $1.50 end 98.00.
Excellent Locations ) . ._ __
in Dress Circle [at 82.30.
In addition to which the FOLLOWING BOXES ARE
UNSOLD:
7 GRAND TIER BOXES AT $50.00 Each.
-•0 STALL BOXES at $25.00 Each.
I VDIA 42d W of B a y Evs. 8:15. Mat. Tb-m'w. .
"M BE AHGELIS in FAMTAMi
PRINCESS. Next Monday SEATS SELLING I
Maurice Campbell's Co. In Henrik Ibsen's Play ' I
When We Dead Awake. Mats. Tues.. Thurs. & Sat. |
l£il.r»rTlt **t* matixee Saturday at 8:1*.
fIIUU IT vrflaU MATINEE SATURDAY at 2:13
L.\ST FOCK WEEKS.
MRSaFISKI^KLESCHNA
SiPECL\L MATS. W«!, Mar. if: We'd.. Apr. 5. Man
hattan Company in "The Eyes of tha Heart." "A Light
From St. Agnes"' and "The Rose." Seats ready.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Fourteenth St. ft Irvln« Plaea.
DAVID BELASt Presents *"»c«.
BLANCHE W% A T>jr»C* „ ™* DARXJVO
Ji-fi a. m. m_ifc-^ ■ LBJit tlmes in N\ T
Popular Prices. Mats. Wed. ft Sat.. 2. E.g.. i.
Dl mi I Evenings. 8:13. Matinee Sat. at 2.
DIJUU DAVID BELA3CO Presents
IWTARFIELD W t JaW
J^a ; MRS. TEMPLE'S *£££ I
|?^ TELEGRAM week
| MATINEES WED. & SAT.. MS. Evss. I SO. I
f/\T AWIAI B'way *«:« St. toll.
I^VJI-/WINIA.I^ Mats, daily. 25 4 50c
"LEAH KESSLER." BY ROSS £ FENTON * CO.
Telzns Troupe, S Vassar Girls, Riccobono"s Horses.
Marco Twins. Kelly ft Ashby; others. '
. ;„, ;■ •
E|% lil WORLD IN WAX. »w Groups.
Übll C I > r. M A TOO R.\ PH.
M I . > E E. President Roosevelt's Inauguration.
./ >» usement*.

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