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Bin STOCK ISSUES TAJ,K.
Report* About X. V. Central and
Great Northern in the '"Street."
ThMZ Important and far reachlnc plans of re
aflJa-Etejeat of railway relations have been pre
pared, which will be made public following the
•distribution by the Northern Securities Cora
pany of Its Northern Pacific and Great North
ern stock holdings. Wall Street is fully per
suaded, a, belief which find* its apparent Justin
<»tlon in the current movement of the stock* of
the railway companies likely to be Included.
But authoritative Information as to the nature
of those plans cannot yet be obtained.
Th* most Inclusive mersrer etory— which -«-as
aJew» "ercJuelv*" — ma» published yesterday morn-
Inir. It Informed th« financial -world that the
New -Tork Central and the Chicago and North
■w«*tern were each to Increase their capital stock
by 15 per cent, and that "the total stock of both
rr>adfi la then to b* purchased by the Union Pa
cific with bonds," Central mock at 200 In a A per
cent bond and Northwestern nt 300 in 3^ per
cent bond. To mAke these purchases, the. Union
Pacific would l«rue 5700.000.000 bonds. It was
gravely said, of which "the underwriting ha»
fceen completed sav*ra4 week*.' The succinct
comment on this tale In well informed quarters
was "Rubbish !"
Jsew-Yorte Central, In y*»terday*f> stronir mar
ket, mad* a. net advance of II 1 * points. St. Paul
end Illinois — which, accoraina- to com
racn report, are likely to figure in the plans of
the TJaion Pacific for «afe«nif«rdinir its *trateri~
poelttaa after the control of the Northern Pacific
and th» Great Northern as separate, but Inti
mately related, properties ehall have reverted to
the Interests who dominated them -when th*
Northern Securities Company was formed -
gained yesterday, respectively. oH and 3 L -j points,
l.'rirtn Pacific itself, on total -Kales of more than
230.000 chares, advanced l^i points; while
Northern Securities, heavily traded in on the
'■urb. rose to the new hig-h level of 180. The
•trength of Um> latter stock and to some extent,
that of Union Pacific also, the Street attributed
to the well denned rumor of a coming: increase
!■ the 6tock of the Great Northern Railway
Company by at least 50 per cent, the new stock
to be offered at par to shareholders.
According to a new etory. the -Great North
ern* etock is not to be increased, hut the share
noidera of that road are to receive* a. bonus of
100 per cent In stock of a new company, which
■will purchase with this stock from the Great
Northern** shareholder* their equity in th*
vast Iron ore laiidt> owned by the Great North
ern, and perhaps lease the lands to the United
States Steel Corporation. The purchasing cor
poration. It Is suggested, may be the "stub*
Northern Securities Company, with a capital in
rreased from $4,000,000 to about $125 000.000t,
The bonus Is expected to be worth at least $100
a. share to stockholders of Great Northern. On
this ba?!s It would be -worth about ?liy a shar»
to stockholders of Northern Securities and about
l*t per cent to Btockhold^rs of Union Pacific.
A quarterly dividend of IS, per cent was de
clared yesterday or. the stock of the Northern
Pacific Railway Company. This compares with
114 per cent and per cent extra, declared three
months ago, and 1^ per cent quarterly and 14
X+r cent extra, declared a year ago.
GOT7LDS XEW RAILROAD.
Will Form Base of Triangle Tap
ping Rich Timber Jsiiids.
Il«T Tn-BGIIAPH TO THE TR!Bt"VE 1
Galveston. Tex.. April 14. — Plans have been per
fected, for a railroad which -will give Oould his
taotT cherished coaet line from Texae to |g«w.
OltMin*. It trill hn built from Houston, Tex .
♦» Alexandria, La., north of and parallel
with the Southern Padfle. In Louisiana It 'trill
connect with Gould'* Texas and Pacific, and over
this route enter the Crescent City. In Texas
the. new lfne will penetrate a virgin forest of
oak and long leaf pine, touch the principal oil
fields of th*» two States «nd cut through a rich
r}c« section
It. will form th» base of a triangl» of Gould
lines, eonrj«cting the International at Galveston
with th* Texas and Pacific at New-Orleans. In
Texas, construction will be prosertned under th«
r»me of the Houston. Beaumont nnd Red River,
• ■nd In Louisiana as the Louisiana Coast Unc.
MFTROPOLITAN BANK TO OPEN.
New State Institution to Begin Business on
Hay 1.
T»ie Metropolitan Bank, a S»at* institution. -»-ith
t\JM*flO& capital etock an 3 52».CW> rptac, -which
1» con'rollrd hy lntere«ts Mi inlflil wftti ttfa Metro
r^iit&n Ufe. I?]furanr<» OlWB| and the National
Kho« ejid Leather Bank, trill b^gln huFiness en May
1 in effifse? In the"Mftrnpolitnn life Inamraae* Buli<i
■inr. 4th-ave. and 3d-yL The plans at the tiiarare
mer.t contempla.te the eMAbUbhnvrti of three or
four branches, the fir-- of -R-hich ir. to ncccpy the
present offices off the ?.I»ld»n l/i>-.» Nati- 'nul Cank.
■which ttIU £•-> out r>T «nisten"<» en Apjil 9, and
jsj'o'-'i'.v.lly the entire business of mUte.h -will he
tSttn o^•e^ by th»» Maiden I,an<» branch of th»
Metropolitan Bank.
Henry O!lr«tip]m*-r first fice-praatdefH of the
National Shoe and I^athfr *Bnr.k. h:i« '-w<>n *l«»rt
«d president of the Metropolitan Bank: "William M.
Perkins will be first vie*--;. region 1 and Gilbert B.
Havre* t»eond vice-president. Th« downtown branch
«iH >• In t-ha.rre of Mr. Hayr<-s, with whom will
I* associate'l a.n advisory board, ' ' wWch be Is to
>*> chairman.
NEW COPPER COMPANY INCORPORATES.
Trenton. ft. J. April 14.— The TVcintlala Copper
Mininr and Smelting Compnny -was Incorporated
htm to-day, with an authorized capital of C 0.000,000.
The coraTiany la to do a general tninlnr business.
Th« corporators are Robert S. Towr.e.. W. c. Oil
leupje a.nd R. B. Baffr,i.j. all of Jer»ey fit;-.
STEAMBOAT COMPANIES UNITE.
TYerit»«>a, N. J.. April 14 —Articles of consolidation
were filed in the office of the Se^etary of Ftata to
day meriring the NVw-J^rfy Btaußbosit Company
«nd the Hudson Nevieratioii Company. The name
"f the new company is the Hudson Navigation
Company and the capital stock is 14.000,000. The
company la to conduct a general navigation busi
r-»SB. The corporator*- are Arthur Braun, John F.
Primrose. Edward R. Carroll. »:; of New-York; R.
R. Appleton. ol Brooklyn, and Ivdward B. Wire, of
Bast orange.
A. O. JUILLIARD A CREDITOR.
Seneca Fall*, N. V.. April 14.— Harrison Chamber
lain, proprietor of the Seneca Woollen Mills, made
mr. assignment to-day to Erastus J. Rogers, of
Q«neva- Among th« < f*<-ji»'.i > is A. D. Jullliard. of
New-York. The Seneca Falls Savings Bank carries
« mortgage of K6.000 «>n the plant. Th'se mills «m
ployed two hundred hands and h»\>. b«^n running
night and day tor two years.
LINER MAKES A RECORD TRIP.
Th/» Allan Un« eteam«hit» Virginian arrived at
Hall-Tax on Friday morning. The time from Mew*!!*
•was « day« 2 bourn and 45 minute. th« fa^fst on
r»rr>rd.
MINING CORPORATION STATISTICS.
The Mine Secunties Corporation has Issued an
•attractive hanger for us* in banks an<l Stock Ex-
Thare* bout-es, belns a "ready reference." covcr
1n«; th* meUJilc and non-metallic products! «if this
country for a -period of ten yeare. ending In -!*"'l.
i-l.owln^ an aggreeate- product of $1.2ii7.7«3.MC for
last year. Also the production of pivcious metale
for th*- Mm« period in th<- world, Mm ranee of
•liver, copper and lead quotations for the year, and
♦he narr.es and arnounta of dividends paid by lea/1-
In* rainfs In thin rountrj-; th« amount of cold, coin
v»Ju»-. tnin?d In the world to date, and In the United
States toe tt.»- last one ):uiid!*d ye«r«, eh »wln» that
th« produrtioa of gold per annum In the world is
lira- approaching the 5100.0n0.000 mark, or .'• po»si!ii.«
total of »•.«#■■ in tbi next five years.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS.
San Tmocltico. April It— The oaiii^.l riorinf quo
tations for mißinj; storks to-day -»-er* a- follow*:
AltoJ- - Ol'JUStle* (jj
Alpha 0«j.... Jl! Kentucky Con . <tt
**«»*• .31 1 L Wash Ck» "«e
.. „ .3>:uman V«
Beat * Belcher 1.60. Occidental Con., ... '/. \\ 5
Buliloa BSlOphlr ... ioatrT.
' *le«oma „ -»T O\tra»an -j,,
<*m)\*rim r*m w p»t.>- :
**olk»r li Havas. ."1 3-j
*?* BO * ±; «>•«*-» Belcher '.'.'. 13
<i«CiI«V«.. ITaiHerra Neva-Sa .44
«Tor. Is»P«laJ 01 t■^ r , < lir»tr ... ' * in
«*x.wn Point .14 m Uouis ,-
Ooald & Currs- tnioc «~or. '.'.'.'"" n
Kale sV ?*orrroe» .... M l"tfcii..n . i.»
?Sl!* ••Teilo* '-»ket '.. ...«—- »
The Old Reliable
]■• -iL
MAKING POWDER
ABSOLUTELY"
PURE
There is no substitute
ÜBERO RECEIVER ASKED FOR.
Boston. April 14.— A. petition for the appointment
of a recrivr for tb»» T'bero Plantation Company,
of Maine, was filed to-day bj- three stockholders
of th* company In th" Superior Court for Suffolk
County. Judge Sheldon issued an order of notice
which is returnable on April if*. Th« petitioners a.l
lr-iro that, the stock has been disposed of In a man
ner that Justine* the. receivership. The company
is enj;ai;ed In the 000*4 and rubber industry In
Mexico, and Its head on<-e is In this city.
ADVICE TO AVOID ICEBERG PERILS.
A ruble message fr*m Liverpool yesterday morn
in? m&yiMA all transatlantlo «teamship lines to in
struct.the captains of pteamp.rs sailing eaptbound
to rros» lonirltii<> 47 in latitude 40 degrees l f( min
utes, instead of latitude 41 degrees, as heretofore.
Thl* •rill make, the eastbeund track fifty miles
further south than usual at this tin* of year, thus
avoiding' leettergw.
TO SERENADE "STAATS-ZEITUNG. M
German musicians will assemble In the City Hall
Park to-morrow to serenade the •"New-Yorker
Staats-Zeitung" on the occasion of its seventieth
anniversary- A monster band will toe present at 4
o'clock in front of th« Staats-Zeltung Building,
which Is draped with bunting: and American flags.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MTMATimB AI^MAICAC
Bonrls* 6.22 >'u use t 6:r.S;Monn sets Moor. > ag» 12
HIGH WATOL
A M — Saivly Hook 8:8».C.ov. Island 3:55!1Te1l Gat» 5:4S
P.M - P«niv Hook 4:l6iGor. Island «:S3!Hall Gat« 6:25
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
Vessel. From. Una.
•Citta dl Genova. Gibraltar. March 31 Italian
"Citta Gl Mllauo. Gibraltar. April 1... Italian
•Monterey Prc«re«o. April 6 Ward
•1* Sa .-oie Havre. April 8 French
•Trinidad Bermuda, April 13. M . Quebec
•l.ucanla Liverpool. April 8 • Cunard
•St Louis Southampton, April 8 American
•<*lt> of Waahimton.Cblon, April 8 Panama
•Mara .'as Trinidad. April 8.1 Trinidad
Athalie Gibraltar. March 29 Ceballos
Vlnccnzo Bonanno. . .Gibraltar. March 20. . . . „ Italian
Monvlso Gibraltar. March 29 Italian
Jersey City Swansea. March 29 Bristol
Anp9ho« Jacksonville. April » Clyde
Cfcrlstlanla. Hamburg. April 1 - —
Bapergo Gibraltar. April 1 Italian
Apache.....— Jacksonville. April 11... — Clyde
Xl Old Galveston. April Morgan
Washington ....Naples. March 30 Italian
SUNDAY. AFRII, 1«.
•C«4rlc ~.. Liverpool. April 7 White Star
•Ponce San Juan. April 11 N V & PR
•Columbia.. ..Glasgow. April 8 .....Anchor
•MolU» Gibraltar. April 7 Hamb-Am
•Victoria.... Bermuda. April 14 Quebec
1* <las-'>fn« Havre. April S - French
MONDAY. APRIL. IT.
•Oscar TI Copenhagen. April 7....... .5cand-Am
•Noorfiam Rotterdam. April 8 Holland-Am
•Vaderland Antwerp, April 8 Red Star
Minnehaha London. April 8 ........Atl Trans
<?allla Naples. April 1 Fabre
F! . Dorado .....New-Orleans. April 12 Morgan
TUESDAY. APRIL 18.
Armenian.... Liverpool. April 8.... — . .TVhita Star
Main Bremen. April 8 x <.j Uoyd
'Brings mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
T<~> PAY.
Vessel
Vessel. For- Lfne. Malls •-loi^ ?al!§.
Caronla. Liverpool. Cunard 9:30 am 1:00 pm
Finland. Antwerp. Red Star 8:30 am 10:30 am
Koenigin Luise.. Naples. >" G Lloyd 8:30 am 11:00 am
Astoria, Glasgow. Anchor 12:30 pm 3:00 pm
Philadelphia. Venezuela, Red D 8:30 am 13:00 m
Morrr. Castle, Havana. Ward 10:00 a m 1:00 pm
Grenada. Grenada, Trinidad 10:00 a m 1:00 p m
Dunstan. Para. Booth 12:00 m 3:00 pm
Eastern Prince, P«T.ambucp. Prince. .10:00 a m 1:00 pm
Sarr.ia. Jamaica. Hamb-Am o:39 am 12:00
Curlty ba. Matanras, Mi!n*on 12:S0pm 3 :00 p m
Parima. t=t Thomas, (j'!»bec B:3Oam 13:00 m
Minneapolis. London. Atl Trans 2:00 pm
Dania. Hamburg, Hamb-Amer ■ 2:oopm
El Dia. Galveston. Morgan 3:00 pm
Monroe. Norfolk. Old Dominion — — :00 pm
Concho. Galveston. Mallory 3:oopm
Xl Monte. New-Orleans. Morgan 3:00 pm
MONDAY. APRIL 17
fieguranca. Colon. Panama 9:3o am 1 :0i> m
TrTnliad. Bermuda, Quebec 8:00 a m 10:00 a m
.T»fT*r»nn. Norfolk, Old Dominion 3:oopm
TCESDAY. APRIL It.
Kai«»r Wta 11, Bremen. N O Lloyd . . 1:30 a m 8 00am
Rhetn. Bremen. X G- Lloyd 10:00 a m
Apache. Charleston. Clyde 3 :00 p m
Priir~»"ii Anne. Norfolk, OM Dominion. 3:rtopm
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New- York, Friday. April 14. 1905.
ARRIVED
Ktfarrr Drumgeith 'Br). Fairw«ather. Sunderiand
Mar .'. to I H Winchester & < •■, in ballast. Arrived
at the Bar it S»:-"20 a m.
Pt»am«r La Savol.-. from Havre. ¥;*** of Fire T»inr<l
at 4:10 ;■ m.
Steamer Perugia t'Br). Johnston. Leghorn March 26 and
Naples 13>. to Henderson Br^f, ■vita f' cabin and 1.23J
Meerage j.a?!-»r,g- r^ and ini:c. Arrived at th» H»r st 9
a in.
Rtesmer Vlncenzo nanno >ItaU. Bologna, I'atran
March 7 Girgrntl 16. <~alfirria!a IK. Mes=ina 21 an i !>* =
ban ■£>. to Mi'lps Er<>B. with mdse. Arrived at th» Hnr
J«t 4:1 . p m
Pteamer Maranhenee (Brt, r*af»y, Manac« March 26.
Par* April 2 and Barbados •;. to Booth & CV», with 20
passenger*, mails and mdse. *••:•.-» i at t! * Bar at «
a tn.
Steamer Alone <G»r). Wolp»rt. Port de Tan March 27
Cape Hayti 2*. Port an Prince. 20. .Teremie 30 Aui
Cay*« April 1, Jarmel 3 and .<anUi Martha 6. to the
Hamburg-American Line, with 1 passenger, mails and
mdse. Arrived at the Ear at S:2S a m
Steamer Atlas CNor), I^rsen. Bararoa RS days, to
th» Cuneo Trading Companj. with fruit. Arrived at the
Bar at 2:45 p> in.
Steamer Monroe. Hulpherf, Newport News and Norfolk
t» the OM Dominion Steamship Company, with ra^"*>nK»rji
and wdae. Parsed in Quarantine at 2:V> pm.
Steamer Pola air 1 . O TT j- ar^_ Baltimore April 12 ♦"
Ftr,.... st»<uii!*ip Company, with rudne In transit Arrived
at Ibe Bar. 2:30 p m.
Steamer Bluefields. Hastings. Baltimore to H r rn>t*r
with iw)m. » v f-.t>e.« in Sardy Hook at 10:38 a m
D Steamer Benefactor. Swain, Pjiiladelphla.. to ' William
P «Jjde &■ Cbi, with indf»e. Passed in Quarantine at
o:10 d m.
Steamer La Farei* .r r i }■,-,,..>• Havre \i,rjl • to the
Cntnpagste «i"riera'e Transatlanti^ue. with 207 cabin nnd
74» eteerace passenger?, msils >ir- I milsc Arrived nt th»
Bar at o:4S p m.
..JL an l? y Hook ' VT - Arril J4 - • :K > p ri-Wind wV»t:
llsrrit breete: cloudy.
Steamer Msverick. Oodfrev. Philadelphia, towing r.» r)
P o < "No 68 from Philadelphia, to the Standard Oil <v.
Parsed In Sandy Hoot ••' 7:05 D m.
rk» amer lAtcaale. Liver-00l ami QntnMemn fVan-
BAJLCn.
vßt/*v Bt /*i nM '* C i tfl *" T/>rln » <I«al». fr,r Genoa; Hamilton
5522* fS? Re* port News. Arapabo«. Charleston and
Jark.onvll>: Allianr, ,N go Kav Ta«.a*"a
Oat.nl. >r.~>. Pemarobuo, m.,..-.. .... VnM.mi, f.,,1
Port d. Bob Ft»i •• ; Pi« ißri Peasd ota
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN torts
Liverpool. April Arrive! steamer Corinthian <l*r<
Pitt*. New-York via. Halifax and Mov!l|. ; 4 th
railed, stammers Arabic (Br). Thoicpaoa New -York via
Q«ewyqTa; Mongolian U'r). "tin (from Glaeiow7
New -Y.>rK . • /.
Lizard. April 14 — Passed, steamers Hyti.jain <Dutch> Van
der Zee. New- York for Boulognf and Retterdam
M Andrew iHn. Kltrgersli. N>« York for Dunkirk
and Antwerp; Livonia lDan>, Bkoi New York for
Rotterdam.
r*>v*r. April 14. ll:(- a m Bail Ml. steamer I>eut»chlan>l
'<ler>. Kaempff (from Hamburg, SCew-Tcrt via i"h--r
houtg
iv-r- Talbot. April 11— Fal!«J. .-t» ::tn*i <-ou!wion ,n r ,
Henry <from Hair l.n? r>. New York.
Hull. April 13 — Bailed, utamer Idaho CBrl Lore'ridm'
New-York, arrived, steamer Onsuelo li;..'. Wat f on'
Glasgow, April U BalM. steamers Mongolian (Br)
Stirrat. New-)ork; Rosina if«r». Wiliianif - New-York'
Brow Head. April 14, 1 :2(> p m— Passed, i-teanifr <•,:.,
panla (Br>. PrluharJ. New- York for <vu«-en«t .. (1 ,',,,1
I Jverpool. •
Tmulden, April 1. Arrivci. fteamer Kuplertela iHr.
fnderhay. Philadelphia and New York via H,,m!.. V
Rotterdam. April IS— Sailed. stesmei New-York (Datcft!
tank). P#-te.m. New-York
Sagrec. April 13— Passed, titeamer <;iulia iAu- . ss<ii.
parlch. New-York for Nantes. \enice. etc.
Gibraltar, April 18— Passed iK«»m»r,« Genmania iFr)
Joubert. . Naples for New-York; II I'iemnntn Hint/
P.rdo. New-York for .Naples ' '
Barcelona April Sailed. »tfam»r Ilriketi (Nor*. l!? - n
sen. Kew-TorV
Marseilles. April 12— SaHf\, neamer Keiwtrte (Vr). >' a
gols. New York.
Xaple*. April 11- Arrived. steai«er Rlaronla < ltr<. Barr
New-\ork for Trieste and Klurie; oailed. steamer
Kqulta «IU1). •••Mrro. New-Tcrk.
l\)i><-hal. April 14 — Arrived, steamer J'rtnze^in Vlct.%ria
LuUe «Oert. Ruarr. New-Ycrk for Naples, falermo.
etc (' II <rni»e).
Petim. April 14-Pa>sr<j. M"am<>r m Hum iI; "- Stal..->
N>w-York for Siniup.,re. .Stiatiglial. etc.
Aden April 14— Arrived, steamer Verona ««Jer>, Drbrqna
New-York for «»iri|t.r,.,, .. Manila. •■!«•.
Rio <Je U Plata,* April 13- (m, | imialv. uteamer
Mohiran ißn. lirowii. Nen-York for valps i cal
lao, etc.
Rio Janeiro. April 7— -Arrh»4. rt'amrr fyra.'"'is«. (iler)
Wlllh.ft N«w-Yorh for teuton. •
Bermuda. April 14— Arrlvta. <.tram«r niuilUu {Br),
Frai-r Nev- Ycrk.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. APRIL 15. HOK
We're ready to take any man or j
boy in hand and outfit him from head
to foot with the best sort of Spring
clothing, furnishings, hats and shoes, j
In hand-wear, our "special" $1.50
glove is notable.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Stores
258 842 126t)
at at at
Warren St. 1 3th St. 32nd St.
Amusements.
HIPPODROME
BLOCK OF SIXTH AYE.. 43D TO 44TH ST.
MANAGEMENT THOMPSON & OVXDY.
TWICE DAILY, at 2 and 8 o'clock, except school
children's popular matinee. Mondays at 3 o'clock.
INSTANT TRIUMPH.
"A YANKEE CIRCUS ON MARS"
AND
"THE RAIDERS."
Seata on tale four week* la ad ranee. Prlre* *3e to
«1.00. Box and Lo«;e Seats, *1.50 and $2.00. 1.500 un
reserved seats In the family circle, entrance on Forty
thlrd Street, tic.
box OFFICE opens » a. M.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
LAST TWO WEEKS
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
NEW ACTS INTRODUCED.
EXHIBITING IN BROOKLYN WEEK OF APRIL 24 AT
SARATOGA AYE. AND HAUSEY ST
BARNUM ft BAILEY
Greatest Show on E&rth
Only circus to be seen In New York and Brooklyn.
Presenting two Marvellous French Sensations.
THE DIP OF DEATH
A l*ADr LOOPING THE GAP IN AN
AUTOMOBILE.
MJS FRERES ANCILOTTIS STUPENDOUS
EXPLOIT.
DOUBLE SIMULTANEOUS LOOPING THE OAP
AND LEAPING THE QUADRUPLE CHASMS.
THE GORGEOVS KELHI nrFJBAR
together with all the marvellous attractions of the Hlnno.
0011 "- MenßK ' rle -
Two Exhibitions Dally, at 2 and • P M
9AM d w- f2f 2 an ? *2 5 0. Box OBlce open from
vA. M. to 5 P. M. for sale of seats. . Children half Brlc«
W> c* n t, reS " at " bUt 76 cent •••«•. an" they are
NEW AMSTERDAM "«■"«)
T« nitlt fi^A »••'**"• APPEARANCES
Tn-nlght. «:30. Matinee T*>-<lsv 215
MR RICHARD ' '
MANSFIELD
in MOUERE'S "^ "^
The Misanthrope
Mr Mansfield engagement concludes fo-OlgH
,TiSll«!ei£!Pß"*
S^^JKJTOOWJOJOHBp
I IRFfiTV 111 *** 1 *- Matinee. To-day. Ev« Vn
H " ,„. THE EOUC4TIOH OF MR. PIPP
by Augustus Thomas. With OIOBY Be"v
HEW YORK Tb '«*»* McM 2.\ B«. 78. !.».' Et.SU
!&&?• PRINCE QFPILSEN
RPI ACf»<l THEATRE. To-night. 8. MatTV><3ar
DCLAOImI DAVID BELASCO presents MRS
LESLIE CARTER la A h^' E^-
ACADEMY OF MISIC. Fourteenth St. A iMMnTpia^l
Wn'EMBS Monday Eve.. 1 rtOOth ArfornWe
BLANCHr. BATES SRK^
BL/\l\CH< B^Tf'S '"EnARMXG
Popular Prices. Mat-. To-<3ay & Wed.. 2. Kg k
Rl lOn Bva.B:JS. Mat. TO-DAT J
WARPiBLT" """^
I MAJESTIC if El 1 no m ER
nIHJI.OIiU Bk »* B a £3&jf master
I MAT. TO-DAY & WED. Iw &■&>&> Pi ol MAGICTA V
SIN NIGHT- VICTOR HERBERTS ORCHES'TRV
WF^T Cftin WI "'I-"^^'Ait^KER ; ?n Dahome7-
B Ct SO I kllU Next Week— "SlS HOPKINS." "
If* ARRIPIf THEATRE. Kth St.. near Broadway I
UAnnllflV Eve- SlO. Mat. TO DAY 2:10 I
ARMfll n liAIY in Bernard Shaw's
AIIWULU UALI_YOC never CAN TEtt. |
i^vtlxliJtt***--:*^ X-H-' M.-.tinV« To-day at 2:K>
LAST TWO PERFOBMANcis.
MRS. FISKE I LEAH KLESCHNA
Apr. 24— THE PISOCD I«\IRD. Seats Monday.
IMTaUC 10.V106 Tim*?. To-lay, 2.13. To-night 8:15 ■
,JS,s IN FAN TAN A I
PRINCESS. B'way 2»th. Etc., «d». Mat. To-day I
in^w 1 :^ ••Iwori,. Frenzied Finance |
THE CIRCLE tt&Jfirtggr
POIfaIVIAT B'«av * 62d St. Mat. Duly. 26e.
VULiUI^IHLi Cecelia Loftus. Carter D« Haven.
Percy G. Williams, Mgr. i ?'xtet. Ryan & P.lchrteld. Etc.
CA R EG I E HAM
Sunday farewell appearance
a,,, aph. ,5. — ■ HOFMANN
Feat, 50 ct«. to $2, FRITZ I/IIFIAI Pit
" Ri>\ Office and ~ KncISLER
I>'tson>. t AaSi'uJV»n £jz£
I rtAf CICI HO* THEATRE. 42! si .ict.lVy JfcSthDT.
KH.S.SSSS.I IT HAPPENED IN HOBDLUD
NAVAL STORES.
The market for spirits turpentine »•«; «*a<iv but •
shade lower, owlni? to the fact that stocks are "slightly
larger. Rosin ruled firm. Tar was steady. We quote-
SPIRITS TURPENTINE Oil an.l machine bblt C 49
tap. I 3 359SSKS
ROSIN— Com-non to good siratii»ii $3 15 ayk«-<1 K. S3 15
♦f-T-120: F. $320««S2ft; .;. |359e5340; 11. »3 «0««7O
I. M WHS* 90; K. »r;:,iiiu.v M MB&M4&A; X la l.i :
W '-.. IS as. and \V \v. »;, .>. ' '" '
STOCK ON HAND.
R»«in T.l'f»4 hb| 9
Spirit* turpentine. 4^,,^ hh ;.
r » •••.• i.«a.Eu.
Savannah. April 14. —Tl RI'ENTINE quiet, .",ft rtcelDta
270 hbl.«; mlm 140. iUmmii -j;.i\. ROSIN firm re
<-eipi , 453 bbts; sal*?. 7-J«. snipm«*ntr. (80. O>jot#d" 4
B. ''and D. KW; E. 52975; K. |3 03H; a M 13W «'
*VV 2 \\' i; I. jiS; K. J4 " 5: M. M l:<; N. *4 - 5; w■; Ljtt'
< ■harUoton April 14 . --TI'TirnXTINE. nothlm; ,|r,i,,,
R'-^IN- uteady: Kale* 384 bbli«. Quoted: A B. •" anrt I»
«7.'>; K. |2»tVi; K. #JS7't <;. 12 92V,: H. fSISVaT
9SSS; K. *3«; M. IS !«0; N. ?4; W O. $4 '.-o w W. tV.ift"
M-ilmltißton. April -Sl'll'.lT.; TI'RrKNTIM noil,
Ing doing: prlct-s unrhanited; r»c«lpt». ->» cajk*. HO^rv
<•'■-. tS9O; r»c^lpt«. I*.". 1.1 I- TAR firm (In. r»rplnt<
'.'(I bol* CRUDE TrTiPr.NTiM: Mm,, |3 an.j *4 •■■
r-- .pi- a bbl*. f
Ix-nd.m. April 14. --TnirENTlNK— "Sfitrltn. 4.71 .11
"^IS -Am«|.-an etraln^d. So 84; fln«, 11» IM. ■
SOUTHERN COTTON MARKETS.
1 Ml'MHnp. V«-t. t.rfss. £al?« ~,, „ ,
<rtt, ■.*-•..-, mti -„ „j «.082 »■.„■; M „ ftui
...71 T. .71 r.28.1 .I,'-
MoM... ..aty 7V- - B*3 8.233 :«• 3-.. „,;•'.
savannah dull JV.- 3.M1 3.*1« 7»4 61941
'•h'rlfft.jn. dull 7', ;p*7 3«7 - nrh
H"U(i(.,,. ... ... »| ,I,ol* : , „)s 1 J4.< wVil,
* u "™»>l, uutM TtMrt I.RM I.W< «14 Jljfi,
McmvhU., .teajy 7»-l« «fl7 >T« LTOO
Amusement*.
y M :M r THKATRK. n road way & 40th Hi
LrnrinL last Mat. To-day, lajut Time To-hlßht.
WM. GILLETTE I SHSff 11
APL I»~MARiE TCJIPKST— Seats now selling.
rBITFDinN THEATRE. Broadway A 44th St.
VKI 1 CKIU^I Kvg;--.. *:3D Mat. To-4aj. 2.30.
ANNIE RUSSELL mS ca^Ah.
KNirKERBOCKER. Broadway and SSth Street.
rvenlnitß. H:IV Matinee To-day, 2:13.
LUNIiUN ASSURANCE a"d Star Cast'
Apr. 84— FRANK DANIELS In HERGEANT BRIE.
UllinCnil THEATRE. 44th St. nr. Broadway.
nllfJoUN Evs.. M:3rt. Mat. day. 2:15.
Received with hearty laughter. — Tribune
N<»w Am.rl- _MJDMil IHOOBM
can Comedy 1 flu HUll 1 U I ii t ttU Uflfln
r DAinCn THEATRE. Broadway ft 35th St.
lILnDLU U|{. '^Ast Mat. T-.lay. Last Time To-night.
BLANCHE WALSH W'twFSS*.
nl I V'C Broadway * 30th St. Eve* at 1.
UAL I O L ast Matins To-day at 2. THE
■:■;,:: DUCHESS OF DAKTZIC
April -SAN TOY. with JAMES T. POWERS.
I VAC II Broadway and 45th St Evg*. at«:JO.
LlvCUm Matinee* Thumday * Saturday. VIS
MRS. LEFFINGWELL'S BOOTS
Slay ETHEL KARKVMORK In "A Doll's House."
BURTON HOLMES
LAST OF THE PRESENT SERIES OF
TRAVELOGUES.
Imm am •■'ARXEOIE HALL SCNDAT. •:!».
■ I nil/11l LYfEIM theatre.
UU P U " . MONI>AT A TUESDAY at 3.
AMERICAS CUrA Mat To-day. THE BEI.T.S.
Thojnax E. »»a«at*rm To-nl»rht. JEKYI-l. * HTUE.
morrow Eve., TED MARKS" 810 CONCERT.
Next Weak — "NO WEDDING bei.t.s FOR HER"
UIMUrQQTr^U'Q 42 Sl • K'way * 7 Ay. Dally Mats.
nflllilTlLndl bill 0 t^nlrriy new Vaudeville each w**k.
Mb- 8 ™ aVajPßiS?* COLLEGE WIDOW
WAI I.A( X-«*. B'way&3o. Ev».8:25. Mats. To Wed.
ALICE FISCHER foh hisbands."
IIAKI.E.U Evs.. 8:15. Mat. To-day 213 ■
Ji«. I ELEANOR ROBSON Z&SgP I
Nxtwk-Mr. KICHARD MANSFIELD In Repertoire!
sq MRS. TEMPLES I
s^iSSlt. telegram \™BS? J
Tuesday. Apr, Ig— THE FIB.M or CUNNINGHAM.
j BROADWAY
jfflSS. FLORODORA
'Ve/^V I *. L> A€U THEATRE. TO-DAY Mat
aphrodite •"•ga,.VBRS*-
rnPM WORLD IN WAX. New Grape.
llt " ltt " President Roosevelt's Inauguration.
Proposals.
J^ptCTAST GENERAL'S OFFICE. S. N. T.-
V.,- v.T£ \° r M 'Ita1 tart * -* rs ' nal - "'h Aye.. cor. 35th St..
™tT TS^JSESI. 10 " 1 - »»«»•— Sealed proposals. In tripll-
ST^R-pST fS^^HS&.iS-t "ellyering ARTKRMASTER
Mv^V T^«T4r-"i; STORKS at the STATE
ti«X ?°\«,^JfCTION. PeetaklU. .v. r.. in such quan
tities as iat * ? oh tln s as rfguired by th« Depot uuaj
tlma)tert I ma ) ter and l>epot Ommissary. to supply the troop^j on
duty there during peri.*! commencing June Ist. and end
ing June 24th. lUOS. will be received until 12 o'clock noon.
Thursday. April I'Ttr. at the. Adjutant Generals Office!
State Arsenal, seventh Avenm :.nd 35th Street. New York
_J- V - -.."^'P 0 " B '' must bo made upon the several articles
Jii ki^ ° " serveß th 'srit to accept or reject any or
an Did", or any part thereof. Contractors for subsistence
stores to agr.^e to take back all unbroken packages. In
formation furnished upon application. Separate bids for
Quartermaster and Subsistence Stores must be. sealed and
addressed to the Adjutant General, 8. N. V. State \r
penal. Seventh Avenue and 35th Street. New York Cltv
2™. x^ Ij * " arlte d 'BIDS VT>R QUARTERMASTER
x^» P^v. V, " BIDS W*- SrBSISTEXOB STORES."
NELSON H. IIBNRY. Adjutant General.
PROPOSALS FOR MOSQUITO OIL.-OF
-flee Isthmian c^nal Commission. Washington. D. f.
April i.>, 1»<)G Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be
received at the, office of th» Purchasing Agent. Isthmian
Canal Osmmtoatoa, Washington. D. C. until 10.30 k M
April 23. lf»nr,. at which time they mill v be opened in pub
lic, for furnishing 2&B0O Oallons Mosquito Oil. Blanks
and full information may be obtained from this office, or
office of Aim. Purchasing Agent, 24 State Street. New
1 ork City, or office of Asst. Purchasing A- Shipping Agent.
«>istom House New Orleans, I*. 11. J. GAIJ*\GUBR.
Major, V, S. A.', Purchasing Agent. -
pR ANKFORD ARSENAL. PHILADELPHIA,
Pa . April 13. 1005.— proposals, in triplicate
will be received until 1 o'clock P. M.. on May 1£ 1005
for removing end wall of pr«-i«*rt buildlnr and extending
one One, Ston Bri-k and Steel Building. a»l feet 7 Inches
long by +5 fret 1 inch nlde. - for Loading Room, Small
Arms Ammunition Plant, at this Arsenal. Information
upon application. - TRA>fK HEATH. I.t. Col Ord. IVpt .
«. . S. A., Commanding.
WEST POINT. N. V.. APRIL 15. 1905.-
Stated proposals. in triplicate, for furnishing Forace
an.l Straw, d-irtnar the year etidlng June, 30. J906, also for
three mc-nths 1 supply, .commencing July Ist, 11H16, will be
rvo.clve.l here until la 11.. May 15. 1905. Information
fuml»h«d up.m applii-ation. IT. g. reserves rigrht to re
ject or accept any or all bids or any part thereof. EnTe*
lopes containing proposals should he indorse,! ■ Proposals
for F..rasß an.l Straw/- addressed Q. M.. V. S A
pOST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. WASHING
ton. D. •'.. April 1. 19f«.— Sealed proposals will be
r-ceived at the office of the. Purchasing Agent of this
Department until 'i o'clock p. m., Thursday. May 4. 1003
for furnishing Stationery — including paper. wrapping
paper, cards and i-r.rd board, copy books and blank books
tags drawing material*. ink« and mucilage, pens and peal
holders, pencil*, erasers, knives and shears, typewriters
and supplies, rubber goods, and miscellaneous supplies:
Stamps — rubber. rol>r composition and metal, and Ink
and pads for *ame — Numbering Machines. Seals, etc. ■
Scales and Copying Presses: Furniture. Carpets, etc.;
Baskets. Duckets and Boxes: Dry Goods; Twine and c«rd
aße Hardware and Trucks; Leather and leather Belting;
Electrical Supplies: Paints. Oils. Chemicals and Glass :
Lumber. Fuel. fee. etc. ; Forage and Household Supplies.
as they may be ordered from time to time during the
fiscal year l>es;lnnin«; July 1. 19« C, and ending June 80,
1900, for the u«e of any branch of the Post Office, Depart
ment or the Postal Service. Blanks fsr proposal*, with
specifications an*l full In'tractlons to bidders, Trill be fur
nished uDon application to the Purchasing Aa;»nt for th»
Post Office Department. Washington. P. C iir.n :O.
CORTEL.YOI*. Postmaster General.
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY AND
Miscellaneous Supplies—War Department. Washing
ton, March 23. lUO6. Scaled proposal^ in duplicate, will
be received here until 2 p. m. MAY 4. liWft. and then
opened, for furnishing stationery ami miscellaneous sup
plies (brooms, brushes, soaps, towels, etc. > for War De
partment Rureauß an.l Offices during year ending June 3P,
190*. Information furnished on application. Proposals
must be in envelopes indorsed • Proposals for Stationery"
and ■'Proposals for Miscellaneous Supplies." respective!*
and addressed M. n. THORP, Chief of Supply Div. " '
PROPOSALS. S. DEPARTMENT OF AG
rlculture. Office of th» Secretary, Washington. D •'■
April I. 19<\ r » — Sealed propoeals will be received by th«
Secretary of Agriculture until noon. WednesUay. May 10.
IMB, for furnishing, delivering and laying for the Weather
Bureau. U. S. Depart of Agriculture. . thlrty-flv*
statute miles of one-conductor telegraph eabl« between
«'harl«»voix and Beaver Island. Mich. Blanks and Infor
mation for biddinir may be obtained from th« Chief e>t
Weather Ilurcau, Washington. D. C. Proposals must be
lncloseil In envelopes, sealed and marked "Proposals for
Cable,"' and addressed to the Secretary of Agriculture.
Washington, 1). C. THe Department reserves th« light to
reject any or all bids. JAMES WILSON. Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR MISCELLANEOUS SUP
plies: Office of Purchasing Agent. Isthmian Canal
Comn-.lfsion. Washington, D. C, March 21, 18<K». Sealed
proposals. in triplicate, will be received at this office, un
til 10:30 a- m.. April 19. l(*ift. and opened then, in public,
for furnishing Printers' Supplies. Paws, parts for French
Car*. Planer. Fire Hose. Leather Belting. Asbestos Pack
ing. Wagons, Harness,. Steam Wrecker. .Steel Sheeting.
Scraper*, etc. Blanks and full Information may ">e had
from l"urcha<<ini: Agent, Washington, D. C . or from
As»r. Purchasing Agents. A. Anderson. No. 24 State St.
New York City, or S. I* Lupton. Custom House. New
Orleans. The Commission reserves the right to reject
or accept any or all bids or any part thereofT H. J. Gal
lagher. Major. IT. £. Army. Purchasing Agent.
PROPOSALS WILT- RE RECEIVED AT THE
oflW of the Purchasing Agent of the Panama Rail
Road Company. No. 24 State Street. New York, until 12
o'clock noon. Friday. May sth. 1005. to furnish a num
ber of Locomotives, Box Cars, flat Car*, Cabooses, P*s
senger furs. Wre-.-klrs; Oranes and Pile. Driver. Blank
proposal, win he furnished upon application, on and after
Tii-Mlay, April IMb. l!Hk". T. 11. ROSSBOTTOM. Put^
'■ha.^inK Agent.
y S. ENGINEER OFFICE, ARMY BUILD
"' * Ins- New York City, April 12. 180{t.— Pealed pro
posals for removal of rocli In rh« North River, off Pier
A. New York Harbor, will be received at thl* nfflee until
ii: o'clock noon May 12th. lIM.I. uii<l then publicly opened.
Information on application. W. I. MARSHAL!* Hnrrs.
Vll.\n Bl ILDIXQ, WHITEHALL ST.. NEW
* York, N V. April 14. IMS. Sealed proposals mil
W :»celvo.l i:. iv until 12 o'eloelc i""->" April 24. lfHVi. for
furnishing 1 lire •itlngui^hrrs and hose Blank forms for
bidding aiui specifications ran be obtained at thla ofrlc«
Government reserves, rlirht to reject .■■ accept any or nil
bids. Proposals must t>.< t>lgn<M l\v bidder, tn.li>.«»ii hi
-•u>l mi llnpaa and addressed to undersigned. marked:
"Vrupoaala for Fire l£xiltilCtitaheri and Hoi*, to b* ''pen»l
April 24. ll>O.Y" O. 8. BINGHAM. Mai * Q M . '". ? A..
Depot <j. »>i.
rp &• KMiIXKKIt S OFFICE, AUMY BUILD
* In*, New York. April 1. It**- scaled proposal* for
Pre<]glnK In •■!!.•■ Island I'hiinnel. New York Harbor,
will ba received her* until 13 M . April 17. l»0.\ and tlim
puhllrly opened. Inrornatlon en application. W. I*.
MARSHALL. l.i"it fol . Boi
I'NITKI* STATES . POWDER DEPOT.
I»ov*r. N. .!.— April I. |«08.--»eaied proposals, In
triplicate, upoa the blank form» furnished by thl» office
only, nil: b« re.vMved at th'» .>fllc« mill I o'clock P. M..
Monday, &!«•>" I, IOCS, for furnUhlrn ■ during the ft*p»l
year <>n.t!>iK Juno :tn. IWX .Forage.. Ear Iran, Hitr.lw«re.
Lumber. Paint' Oil*, t'ements, £c. For Information
apply •.. Mm ■■! ti.'H. Ml!. HAM • Mil. ls
it s . k\<:i\f.f;k office! NEWPORTVR. 1..
* April 15. lUC3 Sealed proposal* (or .li»-*<in« in.
chorale - art-a in l*n>v|<len.:e ll:.rb<r H. I. wfil ba r»
-•elve,} here until 11 a m.. May '.V IMS. an 4 then pun
Itely ..p(i..i Information (urni*h*ci on ai>pit'aii^a, j.
M. \VI!J.\ I.' '. U. Col.. aifrfcV;- felmglgS
Proposals.
f)EPABtMEXT OF THE INTERIOR. WASH-
Ington. D. C. April 1. 19» —sealed proposal* «ln
duplicate* will be received at this -Department until 2
o'clock p. m.. Thursday. May 4. 1»<». ••■><* w »l he wp«n-«J
Immediately thereafter, for furnlthlnß the followiOit
classes cf supplies, etc . for the Department of the tn
terior and th» Civil Service Commission durtnc the fiscal
year ending June *». lfto*. to wit: ill for fuel and leei
'2» for furniture, carpet.*, and other miscellaneous a up
plies; i3t for stationery A* th« same time and pla««
proposals will be received for «uch meats, groceries, dry
goods, shoes, drug*, paint*. hardwire, fuel, lumber,
chemicals laboratory apr«r«tu». plumbing. el«ctrt<?al. en
gravtns. photographic ••applies, •tr.. ■■ may b* r*qutre4
by the Oovernment Hosltal fo- the Insane, th« Freed
men's Hospital, the <^»olog»ral Surrey, the Howard ml
verslty. and the t\ 8. Capitol BulMlng and Orounla, re
spectively, during the fiscal year above indicated. Tro
pi.sals will aim b« received for fh# washing of te>w««!*
and for the purchase during the sam» period nt th» wast*
paper of the Deportment of the Interior. Bids mart b*
mad- on Government blank*. Forms of proposals, eat
will be f>iml»:ie«l on application: ri«qu«sts f ' r blanks must
designate the classes of supplies upon which it Is »»
nosed to bid All bidders ar» Invited to be pr»«»nt at th*
opening. E. A IIITCHrOC'K. Secretary.
PROPOSALS. —U. S. DEPARTMENT OF
Agriculture. Ofllce of 'he »tary. tTaiihtrcton.
P. C. March 31. 1905.— Sealed proposals will be Mew*s»]
at the office of the Dl»bur»lne ■ Clerk until 2 p. m.
Thursday. May 4. 1905. for furnishing the follow sup
plies during the fs*cal year endlnr June SO. 14.»)» i.1 4 .»)» i. ai fol
lows: Stationer;: laboratory; lumber and parkinr br. c*,
fuel and !<••; painters; plumbers': furniture and map,
frames; forage: car seals. «t>- : broom». ♦.n:*"»«. hard
ware etc.; flower pots: electrical: 1a»»; lr.strum»nts.
towers and lanterns; primlnit and lithri«;r«pfiln« mate
rial; also for cleaning: carpets and washing t"»»ii and for
the purchase of watte pa^e.-. r'ull infum.anun ;ii!iii*ue<»
on application to the Disbursing »lerk ■- '■ (he Weather
Bureau EM* must be) sealed and 3rl'l--esseJ to the Secre
tary of Agriculture. In accordance with instructions gtven
on s4-hedul*«. . JAMBS WItSOX. Serretary.
pOST OFFICE. DEPARTMENT. WASHING
■^ ton D. •'.. April 1. tOOT. - Pealed proposals ar« in
vltei and will be received at the ortlce of th» Purchasing
Amnt of this t>epartm»nt until 2 o'clock p. m Thurs
day. May 4. IWC. for furn!*lnir »uch Envelopes a* th»
several Executive r>eiartment» In Washington ar-..1 certain
Government office* elsewhere may require <lurtn« th»
fi-f-al year ending June Ml t!*>>. ni;:nk» for proposal!".
with apectncitionß anil full tn»tru«-tlon9 » bi<i<!erp. will
be furnished upon application to th» Purchasing A«»r>' for
the Poft Offl'-e Defartm»if. Washington. T> C. «KO. B.
."ORTKLTOI". Po«tcr.aster a«n«ral.
The Turf.
Oueens Go. Jockey Club,
*4 AQCKDTCT.I. . I. *
OPENING OF RACING SEASON
TO-DAY, SATURDAY.
SIX TNTTmESTTN-i OON'I ESTB EVERY ©AT. BEGINNTXCI AT 2:3» T M.
r.KKAT OfENING DAT ATTRACTION
THE CARTER HANDICAP.
$5,000 ADDED.
Trains leave East 34th St.. 10:3 ft A. M. : 12:1*. 12:8». U:SO. l:l». l:». I** 1 9ft p. M. «e*alar; aakt
from Flatbush Aye.. ll:O2 A. M. : 12:4 O. 1*». l:*». 1:45. 1:31 P. M. Regular. r>cn«la» St. Ttwllst %a*
KtnaT* Co. "I." coniwct at Übert>' Aye. with car* (Jiree* to track.
ADMISSION TO GRAND STAND. J5. IVUWES. •!. 3fT»IC BT LAXDEB.
Some *P takings
%^
To-Morrow's
J. i\ 1 xS U JN JL/
CLYDL FITCH,
Famous American dramatist, writing upon '"Reali-m and Reanty.
declare> that "'depicting life's grandest facts i> the be^t opponn
nttv of dramatist and novelist." and vet "realism ami reality «n
the stage." he declares, 'are as far apart a* the rW<»«. Inci
dentally. Mr. Fitch indulges in a bit of critical writing open
and his influence.
MAX PE,MBE.RTON
Leads the fiction in this issue with another of his short stories.
based upon the diary of Edward Orlopp. an English physician
residing in Paris during its siege by the German army. The
Invisible Enemy" is the title of this story in Mr. Pemberton's
series "A Daughter of The Red*."
SIR HENRY IRVING.
Marshall P. Wilder, in a "Sunny Side of the Street" sketch,
writes entertainingly of Sir Henry Irving, and incorporates some
of the English actor's best short stories.
THL D. A. R
Will be interested in a second chapter by Bertha Damans Knabe
in her descriptive compilation of "Historic Homes Preserved by
Societies of American Women." This chapter is devoted entirely
to the Daughters of the American Revolution and the houses
which they have preserved.
SOULS ON FIRE-.
Louis Tracy's remarkable serial story, which is running: through
the April ami May issues of The Sunday Magazine, reaches a
most interesting stage of its development in this issue. The ca
pacity of the Russian prince lor intrigue almost surpasses belief.
Frank Anrstrong finds himself "shadowed" through India and
Persia b\ a Russian spy. who posts his master even to the small
est details oi Armstrong's employment and correspondence.
— — —— ——
(She *J~tinday tSribune
Proposal*.
PROPOSALS FOB INDIAN SUPPLIES—
partmeat of tb« Interior. ufflc* nt fediaa . • .
WasWagtoow O. C. March 13. iSS -^ei?S*V **&
tmloneu -Froposala for beef. flour. etc .' ? a!iln,?a2^ 1 *
be. «n<J «irect«4 to the - •ommis.ioTM^. «»f i^iT- *tV5 # *
2«3~*!7 South Canal. «tre«t. Chicago, in -, , £ itS^
until 1 « i«ci, pl n... of Tueada-. iorll i lSa*?*
furnishing for the Indian Servlc. b«ef. fiKur ticiiTii.l*
eoGee ausar. rice. tea. and otber articles ofeohLS
also to- rroctrte soap, baking pow<tor crocka^S!! 1
cultural implement!, paints, otls. glass. t'i.i»~ri:. II * rl
harness, leather, «ho« flndlnga. wSler^ iT: £Si
supplies, and a long lift of mtaee!lac«ou« articled' e^'f^
propoaal* Indor**! "Propoaala fw^vbbw *£ l V
war., ttc." as the caa» may i*. and dirEnS i" J*?'"
fommlialoner of Indian Affairs. Ufa South a^i.^. - '"•
St. Vrxil* Me. will b- neairM lunu; 1 T o>I«v. h 5T'
of ThurwUy. April 2T.l«X^for f.»rnishii»a -? &
Indian Service, rubber good*, bnnta. an 4 ahoea. h^.'^
and medical suvpllaa. -Sealed propo«i«. indor««?^ r '
posala for blanket*, woull«t» and cotton go«U •«.•. *"
etc.." a* th« raae may ba. and directed *, tbi r iL 1 ?*
signer at Indian Affair.. Xoa U»-12i W ",>.„?'»■
New Tnrh «_':ty. •!.; he received until I o'clock "Teti.
•f Tu«»day. May Id. 1905. for fumlanlng fcr Vhl £*?'
Service. UaaMta wool'e- an-! cotton s-wi, r'4rft-
tlona. hats and c-»p». Bids must b« mad* eut^arisll?*
ernment blanks. Schcdulas giving a;: nirriaju ■»--?***
»lon for b'<(der<i will be furnished en •oaltr'aMnJr V "*^
Indian ufflc*. Washington. D. C. ; th'« V s In4i«^ tn *
houses. 11» 121 Wooscer street. New York citr- i« lii
South Canal strict. Chicaso. II!.- «U }{r,»J^ „' ' 7
Omaha. N«hr. . UK Sou* ievenrh »:r»-r. St. -Uui. «*''
23 Washington street. ?.m Frano'sco. CaL ■ the 512 ■
aaiiea of Subsistence. f. .-» A., »• f.-h^yenn- X~ n
St. Paul. Minn.: the g'.a-«»rrr, U 3 A 'iiJSf
Wash. . and the postir-ssiier* at Slcux City Tv-mo p^f "
land. Spokane, and Tacema. Bid* will b^ ows^i ,iT"
b<--ur and day* above stated, an.l bidders are lawiHi
be present at th« opening. Th« Department reMrwn n!*
right to determine the pom: of .). iv#ry *■« tn..-,
any and all bids, or any pin of sjbj bid * "^
r. E. : L^CPF. Cbwnrtssicasr: ■
PROPOSALS FOR EAIITFI SPREADERS
In!..adira; V»rhfn»- wi l"nionl!ng P^ougti* —fy*
ln-hml.n <-»iai < - ommi.'«slcn. Wa.nhtiutr^n. V. p.. A , -,'■."-*
]■•■.". .Sealed proposals In triplicate will t* rSMiisj »';
th« rJT.ce of th« »*urchas:n-,- A**nr. T«hal*r> r aaa '; c *
mission. Washington. t». •".. 'i.-.:il lrt:.Ti> a. m VavMk
IMA at which t:m» th»r will l>« speßsd in pnfclic teflMk
pt^-nir the abov* mention*-! na.-u-hir.Ty.. p'.ar.!<j sn ". S
tnff>rn»at!on may b» obtained from tht» office. ,vr «Bc*s tt
Asst. Pureh.islnie .\gtmt. 2* State St.. New Yirk <*<ry
Vsn fi:r«- »•<.-•* As^nt. ar ••ustnm Hr/i«». Now fijw,
T^a. H. J. ■■;ai.Iw\'IHKJR Major. T". ft A . P-irrha^n,
Agent.
The Turf.
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