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BK! MONT ARGUES (\\Sli
WANTS COMPLETE HOVTE.
f Asks Com mission, for Lcdington-ave.
and Broadway Subway Extensions.
August Belmont. president of the Tnt«»rhor
otiith Rapid Transit Company.' yesterday ap
p»Hi>-d before the committee on plans and con
tracts of the Rapid : TVansit Commission and
ark ed that the commission authorize the exten
sion of the' existing subway from 41!d-st. north
In Lexington -ave. and south from 42d-st. down
Broadway, 1 as originally planned. The commit
tee apparently. «as not favorably impressed
with his arguments.
: "Mr: Belmont." said the Controller, "had
distinguished lawyers to represent him before
.the committee to-dp.y. and when he got there
did all the talking himself. Practically he a*ked
that the commission hand out to him routes that
will complement the existing subway and leave
him without serious competition. Boiled down,
that is what his argument amounted to. He
wants l.*xinpton-av«». and a West Side route
handed over to him, and he doesn't want a com
peting line in 3d-ave."
■ It is a mistake," said President Orr. "to as
eume that the commißFion i« favoring any one
competitor against bi^- other competitor. We
have certain Ideap with reference to what is
reeded In routes for the proper collection and
distribution of the constantly growing traffic in
this city. We have invited the prospective bid
ders to say what they want, but after we learn
"their wishes we shall determine how nearly
those wishes wlJl harmonise with the public's in
terest, and the Interests of the people will out
weigh anything else."
The Interborough Interests were represented
mx the hearing by Mr. Belmont. DeLancey Nicoll,
Julien T. Davles and George W. Wlckersham.
It «-a* an executive session, and a rather ani
mated one. After it closed one of Mr. Belmont's
counsel said:
The main point made by President Belmont
was That «he present rapid transit system
should bo completed, and the people of Man
hattan. Th» Bronx and Brooklyn should be al
lowed to ride to any part of the completed
feystem for a single fare of five cents. In no
other way could this be accomplished than by
th» Interborough company, he said.
President Belmont pointed out that he did
not seek the Interborough franchise, and did
not go to the legislature to get the contracts,
fcut the city laid out an uncompleted plan which
he had to accept or reject^ His contention was
that the city officials acknowledged that the
plan on which his company had bid was in
complete, and that it would be completed as
-soon as the city was financially able to have
the work done. He pointed out that the Inter
borough company had bid only $3,000,000 for
the tunnel to Brooklyn, which will cost more
than $10,000,000. because he desired to see a
complete ay stern, co that passengers could
travel from any part of Brooklyn. Manhattan
.•nd The Bronx over the elevated or was
'lines, with transfers, if necessary, for a nve
■cent fare.
i Ex-Jndg- Ernest Hall, speaking in behalf of
the, Xorth Side Board of Trade, supported th«
(plan- of the Interborough company (or a. four
track elevated system in 2d-a.ve. from 150th-st.
'to 4th-9t Mr. .Hall said it was impossible at
the present time to get seat? on the elevated
■trains, and two more tracks in lid-aye. would
'go far toward solving the problem. Congress
man Goulden, ex-Councilman Hottenroth and
'Henry Morgenthau also advocated the extra
•tracks in 2d-av*>.
F. W. Bloomingdale and C 1.. Graff, represent
ing the Retail I>rygoo<js Association, asked for
a crosstown line in fif»th-st.
The South Brooklyn and Bay Ridge sections
were represented by delegations which insisted
on the building of a 4th-ave. line in Brooklyn.
Controller Grout said afterward that the line
■undoubtedly would be authorized. Congressman
Wilson. Rufus L Scott unr} ex-Borough Presi
dent Swanstrom. of Brooklyn, called on the
Mayor yesterday and asked him to stand by the
original report of the Rapid" Transit Commis
■km. They Mid that the plan* submitted by
th«- Interborough rompsmy would not meet
traffic demands In Brooklyn.
George 1. Riv«s. counsel to the commission
ts'd that the committee's report to the commis
sion would be turned in to-day.
OLD ACCIDENT KILLS.
Young Man Dies at Fiancees Home—
on Trolley Car. .
■ Frank C. Ruckland died suddenly on Monday at
tri* home of his nnn<x?e.'- : iii^j. l^aura S.'liro^dpr at
O^th st. and T>!l*r-av.»., f ro m Internal heinor
the head while rldinß on an open trolley car In Th»
Bronx. Six month« tat*, r*^ra, supposed to be
iract.calh- w«ll. On Monday night bo went to M £
•rha|ec ' s h " mr ' her « he was seized with nemor
'*£BSus£&? yy * aT * Mr B«Ji*lsa»l w« s employed
in. Ridley p department, atore: for the las three
IXn^r^h"**' 1 *! 11 th " real r tatp business. Miss
fichroeder. whom he was to~have married in two
weeks. Is a teacher in the, Fordham Public School.
JUDGMENTS.
Th« followinK Judgment* wer<> filed yesterday, the
<Jr*t name being that of the debtor:
' Allls, Frederick C. and Edward C— Harry Brown S"0-> 72
ißrowr,. G«org-e— Mayer MalWn and at** hor »S
Bradley. Cb.rles H-Poetal Tfl.-eTajili Cable "com-"
Brenr-an. " emerge "ii— Same. 7. \ ':'?'. *•?!*>! 1 <« if
Ball. Alejtander— Natural Carbohfc Gas Coin- '
:B--orman, T Hugrb— Vulcanite' Pavi'nr Company ' " ' MT2
(Btrkett. Laura X— Columbia Bank.. .„.. 7.. ... " i 534 AS
! B'Jrk'. R«5hH and Ida M-Clty of New-York ' " igM
Krandenburg, I>anlel— Henry ii- Jackson et aY;
Benr-r. jwirhaMi"Viaiu'j Waterniaa;*caa«a '." '.' ' %l '^i
; <rumr. •VValterG— Sarah M Wright ; costs. ..'.'..'.'. M 3T>
Conroy. John — Morris Ros*-nfel<l « t al 07 in
iCrare. Edward A— David Keane '...'. '...1.. " rai SS
Colton.. Maud A— Edwin <; Gilmor* '." 613 R3
<-anij.beU. John P— Wheeler Manufacturing Com
i P&ET K4(s«6
jl>unn. Ralph H— Charles Dlen Co . . ". 411 68
I* Julio. Mamie. as guardian— De^non McLean
. < ontractlnn Co; costs 107 R2
'*»<»■ Thomas David Koane 71,3 03
iritz. Harold — George T Van Antwerp ' KB 6O
retnFteln. Lena— Jofej>h H Krenrlch ' 47 1,2
raber. Lean<ser B--Charle» I'oucher IV. 67
— Same; costs... ' •>», or,
iForfer. Prank— William H Caswell '...'.'.".' 743 m
lij" r ' nbaUKh> dirence — Columbia Bank 15.14 1%
jnnn»iran. — John R Farrar ' -,<> 40
(BFrankel. Hennan — Thompson & M»-rpe 70 78
*>le*man. Otto— Phopniv Mills Dlstlllin X C 0...... " 73-^5
;«>ldert. I^oule M— Roy Pr«>»« 1711 M)
<ier«i.. Ralph J F— Henry L Morris '.'.'.'.'.'.'.' <«3 V»
<s»rrlsh. Frank L—Anntston Cordage <0.. .. . «7 I»7
'Ooldbrrir, Samuel Max Schneider ' 4. 4
Gillespl*. William A— Wheeler Manufacturinjr Co. T,i&
'Wart. Charles — Brown & neming <"..ntra.tinK
Company „ 658 44
!>!♦»*«. Fernando P — George Whltaker .....' I}>B i>«
1 Hsugßajid, John T— VanderblJt and Hopkins Com
pany . 290
'3iauc&ar<l. Henry - same 29057
Hall. William H — American Surety Company of
New-York M 48
•Meherton, William H. ' executor— David Keane .. 703 93
Utr'mtnn, Lottie — Albert Lajotte 1472 80
*«!{«, Sydney G— D*ifnon-Mclyean Contracting
«."ompany and another 32 41
Jlllg. Conrad— Julius Keesler &Co ....] 112 81
Kins:. A Arthur— Waverly Marble Company '. 126 <I 2
Kennedy. Roderick J— Stephen Underbill 11)? 21
King. John — same 11821
Ketner. *!*"■**:* J M John X Steevea et al 784 21
Xfnsiey. Merlon B — Charles A Cltn»i j M 4(1
lJ*nr. .lames — Julius Ka«lfr and another 112 »1
l^vy, Bernard R—ltealR — Iteal Estate Record Association 1«4 22
Vclvwiald, Hernard City of -York I*Bo
Midler. Charles v. ( .r— David K-.me TJ3 93
M*.-v. Cowrefhall— A Bu«-tanoly ft al 137 97
M»n'-he»ter. E AUvard .lame? P Comey . ... .'i3 91
M«- Bride. Walter B— Peter A Burns " 454 24
Ol»«-n. lolia E — Robert II Armstrong: et a 1 143 14
Otis, -Virginia — Thomas D Cully and another 372 21
Pike." Charle* S— Maria E He .it S7O SK
»"»tse. Est*it X—JohnK — John Trunk and another "".i »
p««-»l). G+orye .<J— Aaron rYankenhelm 55 «6
F'/tblnK. Frederi.-k— Ralph A Kellcgg- \T,U "3
f-ieSifr. A<i'.!i.h-iK T — Emily E I^ayton I>-4 17
-^tlrM-. Burton F— ««eorKe H Sellerk M 4 ~f>
Smith. Shudder — Archibald B IHlhy , l.t<tr«J
»>mith, Madison— William II I^wton K7 '.n-
Smon. Kaufmnn <tiarle« A Pope 207 36
FpleUj»n!»r. l^m<--r— male L^uria 1410059
■ ajteveni'. Elirabeth W- William C Davis 224 72
Salomon. Walter J— «am. . 224 72
Yon FJule-nherir. Victor — Borden'* rvndesned Milk
<v»mpany: ooata , 37 96
Van V .'arr. Ratrr -'S»anford .1 M<mt*imer ■ •.'^:! 17
•Valois. Arthur E— David K«*rw TIC 83
Vanjfrhu, John — Borden's CondensilS ' Milk Co;
r/,ft«i ..-.:;....'.... ... > .^.... R7 Wl
W<-V>i»pohn. 1»n — Paxquale Varllo 70 41
Woodruff.. Frank H— Jennie Ijiwrence ... 1«7 H»
F»o>e — John J lAwrence '„:,......: . . 107 55
Wendell. Fr»3«ri-k c John C Cochran <*ompany.. 371 61
rid*lity Surety • 'oinpany - Sarah Narlnfky; costs.. 157 li
S»*»-York City Railway ry>mp»ny— Patrick A
Wolfe '4 41
J"i3»llty Surety Company — Aurust KetJthen ...... XMI ■"
Fr.eumatir Torpedo and Construction Company
William Flaherty 1«. 90S 21
lr-'*rurban Street Railway Company — William I?
Hyeri- 4.«» 62
f-e 1 versa! Building and Constn^rtion Com
pany — Louis Greenberj; 21? 65
The S D Dodin company Harry B Bappell et al.. 130 60
J<«»*ph A Farley Construction Company — Ernst .
Bars* m *>
Placard Thread Company — George 1. Merrill et nl I5fl2(l
Tr'e Manhattan Railway Company and the New.
York Elevated Railroad Company— Mary A Me
Glj-nn: costs ; 146 Nt
Fame— John Mr<;ivnn •« «l; costs IMS fiO
Cam*- -I'ihsi 1 McGowan and another costs.. 143 t>o
ißrv- — Jon^jh p Mii'i.wan and another. <<»sts.... 14*<Vi
't-ame—John JlcOHnn »t a 1... 1 '"• '•'<
Came— Wiillam Sitrbet al 14*75
**■ A Ut*ta Conjpany— Frank v Burton ct &1 Sid 1»
Baking Powder
Is easy to use and makes
good things quickly.
»O«i »*> *0 *o*ol* CO., HEW >O»«'
WRIT KOK KORNES.
Transportation League Forces Fight
for Connecting Railroad.
Counsel '■ for the Transportation Reform
League of Brooklyn yesterday served on
Charles V. Fornes, president of the- Board of
Aldermen, Justice Dickey order granting a
peremptory writ of mandamus compelling the
aldermen to take immediate action on the fran
chise application of the New-York Connecting
Railroad. L. Lafltn Kellogg went at once to
Justice Almet F. Jenks. of the Appellate Divi
sion in Brooklyn, and obtained a stay pending
an appeal.
"The stay is not a permanent one," said J.
Edward SwaiiMtrom. president of the league, to
a Tribune reporter last night. "It will, however,
give the aldermen a chance to submit affidavits
In their own defence. The business men of
Brooklyn are bound to get that franchise
through in one shape or another. If the alder
men will not do the right thing we will gel
It from the Board of Estimate and Apportion
ment oy passing the Elsberg bill curtailing the
powers of the aldermen. They can take their
choice of methods. I think the bill is going to
pass anyway, no matter what is done by the
aldermen with the franchise."
William C Redfield, ex-Commissioner of Pub
lic Works in Brooklyn, said, with reference to
the statement he made at Albany on Tuesday
about a demand for $30,000 before a franchise
could be obtained from the aldermen in I.*"*".:
The hold-up was in connection with the ap
plication of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit for a
franchise for a strip of land 280 feet in length,
connecting the Fulton-st. tracks with a space
under the elevated tracks at Tlllary-st., in
Brooklyn. The company has a small yard at
this point, and when the borough officials asked
for a better bridge service the company said
that if it had a place to store empty cars between
rush hours it would be able to improve the
bridge service. When we suggested that they
obtain a franchise for the connection at Tillary
st. they demurred on the ground that the alder
men would obstruct them and that It would b<?
an expensive undertaking. President Swanstrom
told them that the borough officials would back
them up in their application. I appeared before
the committee and a.sked that action be taken
at once on a franchise that meant a partial re
lief to the congestion problem on the bridge.
The company was willing to pay $6,000 a year
for the ppac« needed, and it looked like a good
thing: for the city as well as the company. 1 " No
one objected to the franchise, and we assumed
that it would be passed at an early day. It was
up for hearing In August. 1903, and still is in the
committee. Several attempts have been made
to get the committee to take action, to no pur
pose. A prominent member of the board told
me that the franchise could be. got through by
the payment of $80,000. I have every reason to
beli»v» that my friend told me the truth."
Vice-President Calderwood of the Brooklyn
Rapid Transit Company said that Mr. Redfield's
narrative was correct. The company wanted
the franchise and would have paid a good rental,
but couldn't get the aldermen to do anything.
"What about the $30,000 you a.re reported to
have been asked to give for the franchise?" he
was asked.
"I can't say anvthtng about an affair of that
kind." said Mr. Calderwood.
BOY, CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, HELD.
William Prnith. th« eev*>nte*>n-year-old boy Who,
i' In alleged, phot And dangerously wounded Allc*
Ohlaen, sixteen years old. of No. 9S Hlgh-st..
Corona, on Saturday night last, was arraigned be
fore Magistrate Connorton in the • Flushing court
yesterday, and held without ball on a charge of
felonious assault in the first degree, preferred
against him by the mother of tbo wounded girl
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
The firpt name is that of the debtor, the second
th.it of the creditor, and date when judgment was
fik.l: ....
Arthur. Mary E and Lemuel' .I— A Char!"*: TH
cember IS. I«n2 { reversed t. $5,341 PI
Raid win. Stephen C— Ci F Seward; February 25,
l«03 247 -r>
Same— J r Fustls; July R 1890 3160
Same — h <• Coe; December 2«. 1894 28!) 82
Same— K.I Cortfs; March 10. 1801 22« <»1
Same— l) Mcl> Shaw: July 28. 1904 432 71
Beverly. Albert, jr— F C Stone; July 1. I«H> Ican
r«>lled» 192 07
Pame— I B StelndW and another; July 8. 1890
• cancf lledi 72 65
Same— H E Ptevens and another; July 1. l«t0
(cancelled) ' TOO S3
Same— E C Sniffln; July 7. IRBft <rano<>ll»'ili Ml 9"
Bronner. Cora E — Riese an.l another: November
14. 15*02 170 4.'.
Paly. Frank— P W Culllnan, i-ommisMoner;
March 29. U«V> 2.0R5 •*)
Eccles. John L. W S Wynn and another; May
25, 1901 .■ . 41 92
Kwln, Justus E — A W Ahrens: February 1905. 890 *8
Edwards "Gus" — I* Strauss and another; .lanu
ary 24. IMS • 2« "1
Evans. Amos H .— \V S Rainhridse; April 8. 1'.t01.. 11189
Fern»r. John- People, etc; November '.' 1809 iva
oatodt ■ 1.800 CO
Finch, James W—R Bennett: AUfUSI 31. 1*97 .. 237 71
.HLldebrand, William— I S Sflndler and another;
July 1M«» <.-anoll#<lt 72 ' .'.
Hlokerpon. William X—CK — C V <"<xl<»y ft al; October
23. 1595 • • • • ">*> '■'
KraUE Morris— Boston HarnePd Co; AURUet 22.
IK9O' (cancelled) I.C« a 4 "'
Kretch. Martin— ll Crystal: F»hruavy 24. 1905.... •.'7 41
Morris. Charles A -A J Rothermel; March 8. 1905. 10914
Murray. Jeannette— X P Hatch; October 4. 18*8. !"' $0
NieberV. I»uis & Benjamin B Bcboenfeid: Febru
ary 25. 19ijB ■■-■ — 1-TM !<1
Polacek. Mfu-y- People, -to; November 9. l(=09 tvn- .
cated) I.SOOfK)
SimpKon William «• John B— V Bnnbera;; January
19. 1905 BMfi
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise s:4SiSunset Moon rlres 3:07 Moon's age 24
HIGH WATER.
A M— Pandy Hook 3:S2|Gov. I»lanl 4:f>4!Hell Gate 5:57
P.M.— Sandy Hook 4:ls|Gov. Island 4 :so| Hell .Gate' B:43
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel.- •. From -? I^ns.
•Teutonic Liverpool, March 22 "White Star
Wearslde Rotterdam, March 8 Vogemarm
L*turent!aJi.........GlaPßr>w, March 18 Allan-State
Bovic Liverpool. March 17 White Star
Italian Prince Cardiff, March 15 Prince
Graf WaMerse* Hamburg. March 18 Hamb-Am
Proteus New-Orleans, March 25 Morgan
Comanche Jacksonville, March 26 Clyde
FRIDAY. MARCH 31.
•I,* I^irralne Havre. March 25 French
•Pannonia Gibraltar. March 22 Cunard
•Enperanza Havana. March 28 Ward
Prlnzeyfin V. Luis*. Bermuda, March 23 ..Hamb-Am
Brooklyn City Swansea, March 16 Bristol city
SATURDAY, APRII, 1.
•St. Paul Southampton, March 25 American
•Campania Liverpool. March 25 Cunard
L/Aquitalne Havre, March 2.1 French
El Alba New-Orleans. March 27.. Morgan
Arapahoe ' Jacksonville. March 29 Clyde
San Marcus Uaheston, Marc!) 24 Mnllory
i Sunday, ..\rnii. 2.
•Celtic Liverpool, March 24 White Star
•Caledonia Ulaa«ow. \ arch Zi> Anchor
Ma^silia : Naples, March !«>.. Kabre
Mesa ha I-oiidon. -■!.'•■'' S3 Atlantic
MONDAY. APRIL 3.
•Prins Adalbert Naples. March "1 :. llercb-Am
•Rotterdasn Rotterdam, March 25. . . . .Holland-Am
•t^rmania Naples. March 23 Fabre
•Zeeland Antwerp. March 23 Red Star
•Republic Naples. Mar.->- 22 White Star
•Zulla Cura<-oa. March 27 Red D
Bluecher Hamburg, March 25 Hamb-Ain
Pomeranian Glasgow. March 24 Allan State
Hi-Ilia Gibraltar. March 21
Chalmette New-Orleans. March 29 Morgan
El Monte..; .Galve#ton. March 2S Morgan
•Brings mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY. '.'V
Vessel
Vaa«el. For Line. Malls close. sails.
La Bretacnn. Havre. French 7:O>arn 10 00 a in
Cltta di Napol . Naples. Italian 0:30 am 12:00 m
Monterey, Havana. Ward 0:00 a m 12:00 m
t'ameria, Arststliia, l'>:3'»am 1:00 pm
Matanza*. Tamplco, Ward 12:00 in 3:00 pm
Manoa. St. Thomas. Quebec 12:30 pm 3:G<)pm
t'orintnlan. Gla^now. Allan-State 12:00 m
Jefferfon, Norfolk. Old I •■•minion ... - >»• p m
HI Sid. Galve»t'.>n. Morgan . 3:00 pm
FRIDAY. MARCH SI.
Alllanca. Col-.n. lanama 9:.*!0 a r.i 1 :Q0 p m
Yucaun, SaoUaso, Ward 12.00 m S.oOpm
XKW-VORK DAILY TRIBUKE. ' THURSDAY. MABCH 30. 1905.
This week's "March blows" haven't
been much fun for the man who's still
getting along with a Winter overcoat
or suit.
Seems unnecessary, too, when we've
so many sorts of good Spring over
coats, and so many handsome new
patterns in Spring suits.
Spring overcoats, $1.5 to $35.
Spring suits, $16 to $38.
Boys' Spring overcoats and suits,
too.
Rogers, Pef.t &: Company.
Three Broadway Stores.
258 842 !251
at at a:
Warren St. 13th St. 32i:d St.
Proposals.
tSepartment OF the interior;
■^■^ United States Geological Survey. Heclamatlon Ser
vice. Washington, D. C, March 17. li«>!i. Sealed proposals
will be received at the oillce of ti^e United States Recta
ination Service, chamber of Commerce Buildinß. Denver, |
Col., until 2 o'clock p. in.. Tuesday, May 10, 1008. and I
thereafter opened, for the construction of nbou: 4.1 miles
of main canal. Involving sbout 2.W0.000 cubic jams •(
earthwork and ISU.OOu cul-lc yards of rock work for the
Irrigation of lands in the North Platte Valley In Enntem
Wyoming and Western Nebraska. rids will be received j
on excavation and embankment for one cr more divisions. >
which will approximate 300.000 <;übjc yards each. The
light is reserved to award to one bidder as many or as
fe,v of Euch divisions on which he has bid as th. Interext
of the rvic- may require, specifications forms if j>ro_
p<fa!. .n't plans may be Inspected at the office ..r the
Chief Engineer of the Reclamation Service. Washington.
D. C. and at the office of the Reclamation Service. Den
ver. Col. The bid on each division must be accompanied
by a certified check for $2,000. fa able 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 sum of 2o per cent of
the contract price for the. faithful performance of the
work. The 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 are Invited to be present. Proposals must be
marked: "Proposals for Construction of Interstate Canal,
North- Platte Project." E. A. HITCHCOCK. Secretary.
PXECUTIVE OFFICE, COMMISSIONERS
of the District of. Columbia. Washington. March 28,
1905. — Sealed proposals will he received at thin > fh •» un
til 12 m., April s. u«>.*i. for one-year and three-year cdn
tracts for lighting the public streets, avenues, alleys and
roads in the District of Columbia with Incandescent
mantle gas lamps. Specifications and blank Forms of pro
posal may i'-e obtained at this office. HKNRV B. F.
MAiTARUM'. HENRY 1.. WEST. JOHN BIDDLE.
Commissioners, D. < '.
PROPOSALS For? FURNITURE KOK
BAi'HKI^TIR '"^fARTKRP. HOTELS, ETC — «"»ffl.-»
Isthmian Canal Comml*«ipn. Washinßton, r>. c.. March
2S, i!x>"' — Sealed proposal*! In triplicate, will b« r ...,.), ,|
at th« office of the Purchasing; "Agent. Isthmian Canal
Commission. Washington. D. C. until 10:3 da. it. «».>-ii
"S. U« •'. at whlrh time they will he opened in public, for
furnish. ns; above mention"'! furniture, Rlanks nnd full
information may be obtained from this office, or of
ri' m of A?si. Purchasing Agent, 24 State St.. N. y. City,
or Asst. Purchaalns Agent, at Custom House, New Or
leans. I^». H. J. OALUUHKR, Major, U. S. A. Pur
chasing Agent.
CUSTODIAN'S OFFICE, U. S. CUSTOM
SV House, New York. M:«rch 3», 1006.^-Senled proposal*
■rill be received at this budding: until 2 o'.-l^rk P. M ,
Monday, April 10. 100.">. for furnishing light--. •.••Mte r . mls
rellaneous. supplies, washing towels, hauling ash»-s. and
BPrinklinK streets for this bi'lldine during the fiscal yar
endrnt June 80. 1096, or su«-h portion of the year as may
be deemed advisable The rie'nt to reject any and nil bids
is reserved by the Treasury Department, J. .1. COUCH.
Acting Custodian. .':"
Rio Grand?. Brunswick, MaJlon • S.-OOpn
«.'<■ manch*. Jacksonville, Clyde. }.', • 3:00 p in
Jamestown. Norfolk. OH Dominion S:M> p m
SATURDAY, MARCH M.
Philadelphia. Southampton. American. 6:00 am 31 a m
Kroonland, Antwerp. KM 5tar........ R:3O a m to:3Oam
Weimar. Naples. N. G. Lloyd «:*>a.m tl :00 am
Etruria. Liverpool. Cunar<l..i: 9:30 am. 1 :0O p m
Sardegna Naples, Italian 8:30 a, m 11 :00 am
Caracas. Curacoa. Red D B:3oam 12:0 m
Morro Castle. Havana. Ward 10:00 am l:*V>pm
Slbiria. Jamaica, Hanib- Am 9:30 am 12:<iO 111
Maraval. Grenada, Trinidad li>:'>o a 1:00pm
OHh"la. Matanzas. Munson Ui :3opm 3:oOpm
Manltou, l«ondon, Atlantic Trans — - 9:<v»aii)
Pretoria, Hamburg:. Hamh--Am 3:oopm
El Sud, Galveeton. Morgan ' 8:00 pm
Algonquin. Charl'ston. Clyde 3:00
EM Paso, New-Orleans. Morgan 3:00 pm
Nu'cw. Ga!v«ston, Mallory 3:00 pm
Monroe, Norfolk. Old Dominion ■ 3:00 pm
SHI7PING NEWS.
Port of New-York. Wednesday, March 29, '05
ARRIVED.
Steamer Coneuelo ißr), Watson, Hull March S ' and
Boston 2*. to Sanderson & Son. with mdse. Arrived at
the Bar at 4:30 a in.
Steamer Gneibenau <Uer). Bieek-»r. Bremen March IS to
"elri.-hs & Co, with 85 cabin and 2,073 steerage pas
fngers and mdae. Arrived at the Bar at ;t:2i< p m
Steamer .Kaiser Wilh'lm <\<*t Cms.*? t«>ri Cupper«
Bremen .March 21; Southampton and Cherbourg '••■ • • .',
Uelrlchs & Op, with 637 cabin and 761 steerage "bas-
Mngi>r«, mails and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at
!2:-4«' a. ' m.
Strainer rim di Reggto dtal). I >ominlc<\ Genoa March
8. Medina 10 and Naples U. to Bolognesi. Hartftel.l .'&
<-n. with, 1.«>.4 stfernge passengers and mdM Arrived
at the Bar at 2 p m.
Steamer Lobelia <Rr). Wat eon. Batoun February 16
and Algiers March .*., with m4*e to Ma. Indrews & Forbes
atTo'a'm'' o '"' *"' *«**■* Lotopany, Arrived at the Bar
feteanvr Otto Sv era nip (Hor), Mirhelsec Caleta Bums
January ZS. l ulque February 3. Montevideo iVi and it
Lucla MoTfh •_><> with nitrate of soda, to \\ It Grace A
i;o; v.f.*^i '• •■ Tweedie Trading Co Arrived at the Bar
at 3 p m. • •
Ptpsrner < 'mania (Ger). Efcert. Santos February 2." Rto
Janeiro March 2. fernambu.- ■> 11 an! Barbados 21 to
l-unch. Edye A "-c. with m passengers, mails ami indue
Arrival al t !■»•=■ Bar at 4 p hi
Steimf-r Advance, <<unin(?. Colon March .-.' to th»
Parsn-m Railroad Fa « ... with 55 paisen^era mails and
met"-. Arrived a* the Bar at 0:10 a in..
Stea,m*r Santuioe. McCaulder, Arroyo, starch 17 Tol>'V»
10, Guanafo -.'l and AKuaciilla 22. to the New-York and
Porto Rico Ss Co. with sugar, Arrived hi the Bar at 9:30
p m 2Mh.
. Steamer Yoruba lßr>, Cottereil, Oirdenas March 16 and
Matanzas 23, to Daniel Bacon, with stignr. \rrivfj at
th» Bar at 2 p m. ■ . .
.-'teamer JenVrson. Pole, Newport X»ws and Norfolk to
the Old Dominion Ss Co with patKcgers and md«».
Ps surd In Quarantine at 1:28 p pi.
Steamer Virgil «Hr». Jardine, Newport News March M
to Busk & Jevons In I allaat. " '
Steamer City of Philadelphia. Reynolds, Baltimore to
II C Fester, with md*e. Passed in Sandy Hook at -t :<m
p m
Sandy Hook. Ni. March 29, 0:20 p — Wind southeast
light breeze; clear.
BAILED.
Steamers Atlas (Nor), for Baracoa, Alabama ißn
'■liladeii'hiH; Trinidad ißr). Bermuda; Bradford lT>nn>"
£V>i't Antonio; Statendam cl>utch>, Rotterdam; Alaskan'
San •'ranclsco. etc; Murcla <Br). Baltimore; Comus'
New-C>. •ans. Pathfinder. Porto Rico; B«mlnole. Santo
Domingo ."ity. etc: Iroquois. Charleston and Jackson\llle-
I'rlns AY! .'em 111 (Dutch), fort au Prince. Si Marc. etf- :
Horda (.. .-r>. Philadelphia; Benrfartor. Philadelphia;
Princess Anne. Norfolk and Newport News; Daghestafi
(Br). Singapore. Manlli. etc; Flandria (Qer), InaKua etc;
Alamo, Galveston; Peninsular (Port). Lisbon via New-
Bedford; Baltic (Br). Liverpool. Ifellle Olav (Dan), Co
penhagen. '. .
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Liverpool.. March 29- Sailed, steatrer Oceanic (Br). Cam
eron. New- York via Queenstown.
Cardiff. March 28 — Sailed, «team»r Ardandearg (Ur). Kin
• ley, Ntw-York.
l.lz&id. March 2!». *>:SQ p m--I'a»n.-d. steamer I* gavoie
<Fr>, Polrot. New-Voik for Havre.
Prawle Point, March 2t» — Passed, steamer Dlamant ,<>,,
Schleeniilch. New- York for Rotterdam •
London. March 20— The reported sailing 2Sth of steamer
(Yomarty for New- York v.-as an error.
Bhlelds, • March 27— Sailed, steamer Afghan Prince. (Mr,
Campbell (from' Antwerp). New-York.
Glasgow, March 2S — Arrived, steamer Mongolian (Bri
.fitlrrat, New-York. .•>■'
L'opejihafcen, March — Arrived, steamer Osrar II (Dam
Hampel. New York via fhrl»tlan»and. ■ ' '
Antwerp. March 2H— Arrived, steamer Finland. Apfeld,
Xf-w "York via Lx>ver.
St Michaels. March 2&— Passed, ateamers I'ltta di Milan. >
iltali. S«-hlamno. New- York for Genoa; Mac Ofkir
On, I»usi?e. Nw-York for Naples and Genoa- \ In
ten:., Florlo (Itali. < 'rengo. New-York or Genoa
Gibraltar March 20— Arrived, 3teamer Cretic • [tr> Seal
by. New- York via Ponta Delpada for Algiers. Naples"
etc land proceeded). " » '"•
Barcelona. March 24— Sailed, steamer . AthalU (Yon
Mad&en. New York. . ■ ' '•
IbraUa, March 2."> — Arrived. . steamer Fangstad iNcr) An
<3rea»en. New York via Odensa. ' }>•
Singapore, March 2S— Arrived, steamer liUmmiyo ißi>
Craven. New-York for Manila, etc. j i. "
Coronet, March lf» Arrived, steamer Quo-en Olara I (Br)
McMahon, New-York for ValparaUo. etc. i -
Rio Janeiro. March 34— Sailed, steamer Sailor Prince
• Br). Jone*. New-York.
Pernambuco. March 2S — Arrived steamer British Princess
(Bri. Coffin. New- York for Rio Janeiro, etc. ( - ■$(
Bermuda, March 2& -Arrived. steamer Prlozessln Vie
, . torla I^ul«e (Ger).. Ruser. New-York via West Indian
port* <on cruise). . -
Hamilton. Bermuda. March », na*n-3ailed, steamer
P*rrau<liaa (Br), rtaecr, New-Tork.
New Designs in Embroidered
Doilies,
Centerpieces
and
Tea Cloths
Among the most serviceable
and beautiful are the Hand Em
broidered goods. Our assort
ment of designs in these is very
complete, and the prices range
from $1:50 per dozen for the
small tumbler Doilies, to $21.00
per dozen for the plate size
Doilies. Centerpieces, '$1.50 to
$16:56 each. i
We also show some new and
attractive designs in Spachtcl
Embroidery, which is coming
into favor again. Not only is
this extremely dainty and attrac
tive, but it is very serviceable.
6-inch Round Doilies. $6.00 per djzen.
1 1-inch Round 0)i las. $18.00 to 522.5Q per dozen
20.24 4 27-inch Centerpieces. 53.50 to $7.50 each
36ar.J 45-1 ici Tei Cio.h3. $).0) to $15. each.
"The Linen Store."
James [VtcCuicheon & Co.
} 14 West 23d Street.
Public Xotices.
YEW YORK SUPREME COURT, APPEL
late Division. First Department. In the matter of
the application of the New York and Jersey Railroad
Company for the appointment of three commissioners to
determine and report whether a railroad ought to be con
structed ;inri operated.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions
of Chapter 4 of th» Ijiws of ISM. as amended, the und r
sl^ned New fork an'! Jersey Itallrcau Company will ap
ply to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the
S<at* of New York for the First Judicial Department, at
a Term thereof to he held at the Appellate Division Court
Hohfp. at Madison Avenue and 25th Street, tn the Bor
ouch of Manhattan, in the I It? of New York, on Friday
the 14th day of April. 100.-.. Nt 1 o'clock In th» afternoon!
cr as soon ther»nft<>r a; cou.^el can he hoard, for the ap
pointment of ihr« commissioners In the above entitled
manor, to fleterm'ne and report to said Appellate D!~
\lsior after due ■ hf.T-lntr. whether the extensions of the
railroad of said railroad Company cu?ht to be constructed
and' operated The papers upon which the aforesaid rd*
plication will be mad* are th»- petition of the said Rail
rop.d Company, dit»d March IS, IMS, and the papers
accompanying fh«> same, nil of which wrre fllod in the
office of the Clerk of the said Appellate Division on or
about March I". 1006. and in -addition thereto such other
papers as Khali be presented to the said Court by the
said l n^ilr'"','.,i Company.
A description of the routes and general plan of con
struction of said extensions of the railroad of said com
pany forma part of the papers as filed »s aforesaid. The
following is a bri»"f and substantial synopsis of the said
routes', vl*.: From the terminus of the railway of said
company as at present authorised, at the intersection of
Greenwich an 1 West Tenth an.l Christopher streets, in
tli<> Borouirh of Manhattan, and thence running easterly
under Christopher .Street to sixth Avenue: thence with
one branch under Blxth Avenue to a terminal station at
or near the Intersection of Sixth Avenue am! Thirty-third
Street In s=ii.l Borough, and with another branch crossing
diisronally under : ; i:.th Avenue to Ninth Street and thence
«j.s;erly under Ninth Street to a terminal station at er
near the Intersection of Fourth JA venue and Ninth Street
in said Borough, together with" a subway leading from
Bald terminal station at Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue
to the station of the Rapid Tran*it Subway at Fourth
Avenue and Eighth Street.
Th* object of the afar-said arpll<"ation Is to obtain the
appointment of coaunisstonera who shall determine, after
puhiio hearing of all parties interested, whether sti-h ax
tensions of sold railroad ought to be constructed and
operated, and shall report the evidence taken to said
Appellate Division, together with a report of their de
termination, which report if in favor of the construction
and operation of said extensions of said railroad (as this
Company will ask that it shall be) shall, when confirmed
h> said Court. I* taken in lieu of the consents of th«
property owner* along the lines of the said extensions
of said railroad. ,
Dated New York. March 21,-1905
NEW YORK ANi> JERSEY RXIT.ROAD COMPANY.
Py W. (.; McADOO. l'resi.lont
Amusements.
! NEW AMSTERDAM i
t nY^m, !VIASMSFBELD
To-night. ?:15. A PARISIAN ROMANCE
I inrCTV Theatre. Matinee •„-,!.!■. Evks.. f»:lS :
i LluLnli r,. y . THE EDUCATION OF MR. PIPP
The GiLson n»r. Int tUUbflllUN Ur WSH. rirr
; by Augustus Thomas. With DIUBY BELL*
UCM/ VflDtf Theatre. Prices 25. 50. 75. 1.00. F.v.«:lS. ;
null jUni\ TO-NIGHT S:15 — ONE WEEK ONLY. I
BfIAV BDt£Jl!^ "MRS. buck is BACK." i
tflAl Infvin Regular Prices. Matinee Sat. j I
13 Offc Arb^UW AY 4 l«t Sti & Bw-a>. Evs. R:IV |
OxitVF/*!/ WW r%. I Matinees Wedy & aa.fr. LIB.
£~i FLOROD'.ORA
ANXI \I. ACTORS' HOME BENEFIT.
DAT, APRIL 7. AT 1:30. .SEATS FRIDAY.
ATVISrWir~ AN AS - J. CORBETT In "PA IS." j
vll^r\l'L-./*l^lv ll^r\l'L-./*l^l Bv-. 8:16 Mat. Sat.. 25 & fiOr.
Sunday NUht. ted marks- nia CONCTSRT.
Next w<=ek, JAS. .1 JEFrRIISB In "DAVY CRCm?KETT." j
•M1^»*»l»»» i M'*t'lß Tinny * »M St. EvK". at S:IS.
'McinilaSi'''^ MATINEE SATURDAY at 2:13.
" W> LAST THKKE WKEKS.
I»1RS. FiSHE | LEAH KLESCHNA
SPECIAL MATINEE Wednesday. April S.
Manhattan Company in "The Eyes of the Heart." "A
Lisht from Si Agnes" and "The Rosa." ••' •
tasß-CT Cain M'rrr- "PEGCJY FROM PARIS."
■;(rA CNU Next Week i'HARI.ET GRAPEWIN i
""Tin ••THE AWAKENING OF MR. PIPP."
wiluox's iJMIW'&SSr j
i Morclay Apr. 3 Sent Rale lieslnn To-day. ;
f \ U\l? riC^UCD in "Til K SCHOOL FOR
ALICE FiSCntn in ih^ands.
«i,,r,!e,,. -TMAM .-.. \v pni I FRF WIHfIW ;
E\ n:l'O. Ml . Wed ft Sat Tl'f UULLIUi. JflUUji ]
I I.YitlC. I°d W. ofß'waj Bvj S: 1 r.. Mat*. Wed. & Pat. I
J Jefferson . CAMTAHA 100 th Time. Apr.- 11. I
I lie AMJEI.IS in rflKlflnfl Silver Souvp.
5 r%KIN« ESS. Ev K r.. R:Soi Mat* To-day « Bat
5 B"* Ihun'fi Play. WHKN WE »F.AI» AWAKE. I
To-night. 8:15 Th» Great." Event. Carn«Kle Hall. ;
Damraocb Oi hestra. Eames will slnn Gounod's "Aye j
Maria" to Y;;i ■••'.. Violin Obligato, with Orchestral. Piano :
and i iisan Aceoippanlment
Seats at Bos Office, Manager Johnston's Office, 11S3 i
Broadway. Prices $1 to $«. ,
nri ipnn theatre, To-nißht. S. Mat. sat. 2. !
DkLAuvU DAVID BEUASCO present* MRS.
LESLIE CARTER In^^ p ' 3> ; j
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Fourteenth St & Irvine Place i
DAVID UKLASCO Present*
BLAINCHt b/\TtS hi SSSS^SI I
Popular Priced. Mats Wed. «• Sat.. 2. ■*(„ 8.
BIJOU Evanlnaji B U Mn'in^^ mt'v at -!
DIJUU DAVID BEI.AStO t>ras«au
ii.JK.Jc IJalaljlf music- mastf.h
■ HARI.F.M I Evrs. S:IS. Matinee Saturday. I:1S. j \
1 SSST: iMrs.Wiggs,^ Cabbage Patch!
. JGEO. Mi COHAN & |
o^"» S - Wiggs ,„', Cabbage Patch I
JGEO. M.COHAN p;' '
8 week.^ ii "Little Johnny run" >■■!. Sale. I
B .Special Matinee Wednesday. April sth. |
6th (Last) Concert 'USSS'ISS^i !
RUSSIAN SYMPHONY SOCIETY i
MODEST ALTS( 111 1.F.1! Conductor j
Tscbalkowsky'i .M:infrril: Overture I*l2. ,
Vora! <Juartet Nlrlit i FIRST TIMF.i. an.l others. ,
Soloist. Mr. Alrtnn<l<-r KaMovhk.T. Violin- I
Tickets. -25r. i.. *1.0O; Boxen. $12 and $10. '
At Box Office and Dit.ton's.
sVGSX**'D 1 3 P ! C B'way nnd 60th. Mat. Dally. 23c.
&*~^SElnuLt TIIOS. «). hrUrJKOOKK.
CIQPI C TUB MYSTERIOUS. JAS. J. MOR-
InuLt rMas .) -r iBROOKE.
IHIIA TIIK MYSTERIOUS. .IAS .1 MOR-
TON. JEWELL'S MANIKINS. Moull«»r Sls-
m ~>^ t«-r». Orpheus Comedy Four. Terly. etc.
MENDELSSOHN HALL. riIMI.IIT AT 8:13.
Olive mead Quartet
nsflßted by Mr. llnrold Rnndolph.
Reg. seats *l..Vt. at lMtson'n. »i>7 B'way.
IKVIM, PI.ACK THEATRE, 1.a.-<t Week but
on*. with DUNN. CHKISTIANS. S- \IKKN. Every
"Kvg Kadelburg'a Comedy. DEB . FAMII.IBNTAO. f>
C rS C* S»J " ol:r IN WAX. New Croup.. '.
C". %J r. sjj CINI. MA | in, AI- 11.
Alt' L i.. riesliSent Rov»sv«l:"» Iniiuuratlo* .
Amusements.
TMDIQC THEATKE. Broadway * 4»th St
I LmrinL Evenings at ?. M«tlne»s Saturday* at 1.
LAST THREE WEEKS. __
WM, GILLETTE | SaSSBP*
CRITHRION l" y vr;<K ; fS2?
MARY MANNER.ING in Umil
MONDAY. Arm I. 10,
ANNIE RUSSELL.
In Israel wills Play.
JIN NY. THE CARRIER.
KNICKERBOCKER. Broadly and 3Sth street.
To-nlffht at •:!&. Mat. Sat. at 2:15- __
Miss pi 110 icrrnrvo I '•«*• "'••- 1 - «>f tub
ILLi6 Jtrrntio I mix consort.
API* — I.OMION ASSURANCE, with Special
Cast h»ad-<l by MISS JEFFREYS. Seats Selling.
HUDSON 11 T RKR X - ** tlt •*•• nr Broadway.
liUUoUrl Em. X:i:.. Mats. Wed. k Sat.. 2:IS.
• VIRGINIA HARMED «T«tr^&?i«:
I API. 10— "THE HEIR TO THE HOORAH.
i A DDlf'Sr' IHEATRK. 3>th 8t . near Broadway
» M^nrllWn Bva •:!• Maw. \\><l. ft Sat . S:M
ARNOLD DALY'S CO. ,«r'\K. h N%
1 .s-xt l-enteii Mats. Apl. 3 & 1" -DOUBLE Fill I.
"The Man of Deatlny.': with Mr. Dal> : and ".I»w
He I.led to Her Husband." v. ith Clara Bloodgood
especially engaged. with Mr. Ualj . and "Huw
IT- I.i«il •■•< Her Musl.ani!." v it ii •■Ura Bloodsoosl
f Spatially enKag<.l
« S Vf nV THEATRE. 31th St.. near Broadway.
5 CA ¥ U I Kvj 8:25. Mats. Wed. & .-at . 2:l*
GRACE GfcUßOt „ x'.ttv. 1 : 1"^1 "^
Apt. 2— "A 'ASK OF FRENZIED FINANCE."
tirniin On Til RATHE.' Broadway * 35th St.
riLHfiLJ Oj,). Evs. 8:15. Mais. Wed. A Sat . 2:13
oL&nlint WALoH tun nod ax in the case.
BLftNbnt rj4Loil h,k uo.jan in »m < \>.
f'i & I V?C Broadway A 30th St. Evks. at 9.
tJlklml V> Matlne«» Saiurtfayn at 2. THE
DUCHESS OF BANTZIS
IVh^^ll^ Broadway and 4.lth .-' Evt;« at 8:30.
lijCU V-ti Matinees Thursday & Saturday. 1:15.
i ICOIII rout. APRIL. STH. »oi i kmrs.
MRS. LEt-I ; IiSQWELL'S BOOTS
I BUTTON HOLMES
1 , TRAVELOG OX9B
SUNDAY, CAR>*EOIE HAM.. AT 11:15.
Men. & Tuo». Hats., ll' BUM THEATRE. at 3.
; "RUSSIA." April 3. 10 & 11.
CARNEGIE n-M.i.. Bat. April 7. at 2:15.
I SEATS READY SATURDAY »• HALL. * DITSON'F.
E- ■Im iV Wi4Uft ii P CARNEGIE
I LYCEUM.
fo.l?cl»ey£jy il2 Tburadays
SIX ENTIRELY NEW * Fridays
B V 1 AVIRn9"A at * o'clock.
S PfiTqlKl"^ FOURTH
3.S.UB^ilbO LECTURE.
Mch. 30 ) TAXGIEUS & ANDAia'SIA
and 31. S and THE SPANISH BULLFIGHT.
UIMML"nCTL"IU'Q 42 St • »' ay & 7 At. Dally Mats.
I? « 111 rfl L l* 0 I til! U Entirely new Vaudeville each we»t
Lf»A.f TIT! no' THEATRE. 42d Bt.bet.B'y * ?th ay.
MI FI M? IIT HAPPENED IS NORDLAKQ
A Pronounced Hit
Newsdealers' supplies insufficient. In spite
of heavy advance orders dealers did
not have enough Tribunes last Sunday.
The JVekv Serial
itf^ AS JKF V» W *D a^aVsW^
By LOUIS TRACY
Caught the Popular Fancy.
The second instalment will appear
NEXT SUNDAY, and it is advisable to
place your order for this issue at once.
Those who were unable to get last
Sunday's Tribune
CAN PROCURE
6he MAGAZINE
containing the first instalment by
calling at the
TRIBUNE OFFICE,
or it will be mailed to any
address on receipt of sc.
Amusements. -^
Madison Square GaLrdeiv.
2 EXnrBITTOXS DAn.T AT 7 AND 8 F. M.
Doors Open an Hour Earlier.
BARNUM & BAILEY
Greatest Show on Ea.rth.
Th* Only Circus to b» Seen In !">w Tot*
THE DIP OF death.
A T.ADY LOOPING THE GAP IN AN AUTOMOBILE.
Hlsnest >"rlred Attra<-tlon Ever Known.
Another Astonishing and Awful Abysmal Achievement.
I.ES FnERES < »' ">ri - STtrPENDOUS UXPLOIT.
Double Simvilttvneeus Looping the Gap
and Leaping the Quadruple Chasms.
The (inrifnut Delhi Oorbar.
Together with all th;- marvellous attracttona of the Hlp
podrome. Trlpie Cirrus. iKJuble Menagerie, Living Humaa
Curio»itles and Freaks.
SPECIAL FEATURES PROVIDED FOR CHILDREN.
ADMISSION TO ALL. WITH SEAT. 25 and 50 CENTd.
Reserved seat*. 7.'». $1 * »i ■■*> 'Ma^ii^n •». door*.
Private I'.o-n Seat*. «2 and *;.."■•> Rox Offl^» open dally
from :• A. M. to ■ P. M. «Tilldren. half prtre in all r»
served seats hut 7.* cent seats, and they are M cents. 23.
50 and 75 cent seats not .>«■•!■; In advance.
NOTICE: The nl»h» houses are so crowded patron*
are requested to attend the matinee*
Mendelssohn Hall. , a All CI I IMA
April &at 3. buHcLLINIi
Seats SI. $1.30. I U W II »i h Li 1 HU
At Dltson'm | PIANO RECITAL
MASON AND IIAMLIN PIANO USED.
CARNEGIE HALL.
A^aYkif; SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
R ;^£ WALTER DAMROSCH
to 91.0 V; 1 AND
aSS JOSEFFY
Box Office & : Who will play Piano Concerto E minor.
Ditson'si. I Chopin, and Piano Concerto A major. Liszt.
CARNEGIE LYCEUM
March 31st and April Ist. at 9 P. M. Matinee. April 1,%
"LE 2 HIJLAN"
By Tola Dorian.
*'LE BONHOMIE JADIS"
By Henri Murs;e.r
Two French Plays to be given by French residents
In connection with Greenwich Ho us* Settlement.
Tickets can b« obtained at earnest* Lyceum and
Berkeley Lyceum.
TICKETS. $2.00 AND *I.SO. BOXES, $15 on AND $12 flfl.
I MADISON* sq. ; MDC TEMPI F*S ! NINTH I
THEATRE. j mK3 - ' C '» lFL «' .MERRY j
24thAB'way TFI FfiPAAT WEEK. 1
Mats. Sat. I » CUKUKAi>I Eva; » 30 I
FRIDAT. MARGARET WTCHERLT 2 15 p. m.
COLO\T AT. B'way * 62d St. 35c to It.
»~'Vya-»V/^i li-».l-» Mats. Daily. 25 * 50c.
•\TCST LIKE A WOMAN," by Ross * Fenton. Haw
thorne Sisters, Wm. Gould. Mr and Mrs. Mark Mjrpiijr.
Era Westeott. Th« Great Albany, others.

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