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MILLION FOB BRIDGE.
, :.')' FATHERS VOTE IT.
Cclehratio.i Committees Merge II
Hudson-Fulton Corn mission.
The B*ar<l of. Alderrr.ei yesterday Jidopted a
resolution favorirjj tho issuance of corporals
»• •■ k to the amount •< %1, 000,000 for the erection
«)f" si "'mor.v.?nffntal brfds« over Spuyten T>uyv;i
Cr*ek. T^;c r<?sr>!utton ha<l been previously
lu-ted rafcSjr upon by the finance committee
I!ven if the "or>; n ..-<yir\ of the explora
tSo.M of the Hudson River by Henry Hudson b.j
nrt reiterated by .1 frorid*« fair, tliis action of
the B^ard of A.«!*rmen practlrally insures a
fl'rtlr.fr me:roria:. Tiie const niction of this bride*
M £ f propriacG ibree years r.s>« by the Hudson
T^r-Or.tenarj" Joint Cbmxnlss!onl Only MM act
rF^iaJr.s ta irake tne bridge an assured Cart, and
•.•ir.t Is the ilayors signature. Tliat he. vill
r.flT.x t::J« 4 .» coafidered prmcUcaH7 tertaln. as
>j- improved of the voiect v hen It was before
the Board of Estimate and Apportionment last
November.
la a letter to the covernors of the commis
dun c*nt yesterday afternoon, >■>• Eben E. Ol
coit. it was announced that the surveys and
1-orir.fs had been made and the plans were so
Xar slor.g thai according to the Bridge Depart
ment the bridge oouli easily lw» completed be-
Jore Hejiter.iber VJ. lI^TT*. when the anniversary
Cete- occurs. Owing to changes in the plan it
will cost less than at first proposed. The pub
fct-fted towers ha%« been taien off and the
T-Jdth of the viaduct has MB reduced from
100 to So feel. The bridf?«\ including the arched
approaches, will be about half a mile lone, the
f ie^l arcl) rpan over tl c creek being: SOO feet.
lth the centre I.V) feet above the water. It
v ill coct .52.7. 1 ><V II »- '
The hridjre Tiili join the upper end of Lafay
ette Boulevard with the boulevard extending
r.crth along- the bank of the river named after
the explorer. It practically extends Riverside
Drive for many mile* beyond the confines of the
city.
The Hudson TT-Centenary Joint Committee
*ill hereafter be known as the Hudson-Fulton
Ctefebntion Commission. The ter-centenaty
committee, appointed by the Mayor and the
Governor to arrange for the rlebration In IWS
at thf discovery of ■-■ Hudson, and the X .-
f>n Merrorial Commission, appointed by the
Mayor, which was to !>e in charge of the cele-
Viratinn of :he cestennlal of The ■■ • c • • las of
eteva nav'.c-atjon. are to be amalpamated. The
change made jresterday in the name of the com
mittee wns not adopted until after a sharp and
Fp;ri:rd debate, much opposition to the change
developing.
ThTf rare two meetings of the commission
yesterday. .At th<» meeting of the executive
committee in the Governor's Room in the City
Hail at 2 p. ra. the committee received the re
port of General Stewart L. Wood ford, who, with
Herman Bidder. James M. Beck and Charles S.
Francis visited President Roosevelt last Satur
day. 'Jer.eral Woodford said President Roose
velt, the only President to come from New-York
City and one of the two "Dutch" Presidents, was
Interested deeply in the Hudson-Fulton celebra
tion. President Roosevelt asked that his name
be «rick«»n from the list of corporators because
of his official position. The President also told
his visitors that they must not look to the fed
eral government for financial assistance, as the
celebration was entirely a State and local affair.
Controller Metz severed his official connection
with the board at the second meeting. He said
that as a member of the Board of Estimate, to
•which the commission must ike application for
appropriations, he could not remain a member
of the commission.
The executive committee also received the
draft of the charter of the comtniosion from the
committee on legislation. Thi«». with a few
amendments, was adoptt-d by the entire Joint
commission, and will l><s Kent to Albany imme
diately. It probably "ill be acted on early next
veck.
: is ssiok.
tod meet

:•■:
s-Fnl
• am the
I Henry fOlf 01
AlttT JudErc %Vi'Ham W. G^drich had sub
tr.Jtt*d the TT ¥ ropoB*-d charter to the joint com
tnlt!»", WTlllara SlcCutoH, president of the Fu!
tcn Memorial Commission. ask»d that that cor.i
misfi-'n and its work. I>e recognized in the name
cf the new commission. He said that the mem
bers <;f the Fulton commission feared that the
cf-lel>iaii<-.ii of the beginning- of Fteajn naviga
tion ;:iiKh: \>e lost to sight unVss the name of
Fulton be glared in the r.am» of the commission.
Hin request at or.co brjupht severa.l members
cf th« Hudson committee to tlieir fet?t to protest
RSainst amy recocnltlon of th<^ Fulton commli
tion in the nair.e of th«* new body. Th«y w^re
i: .-il their own way until Jadce Good
ri<-h iro«* and R.iid that the demand of the
Fuitf-n cbnunisxionera was fair and rpa.sonable.
Prtxe^i!:^s here were interrurted for a moment
\y Hi" resigraaticn <if Contrcller Me:z. Then Mr.
UcCarroll arose t ( > disclaim any personal fee!-
Jn~ in th« affair, cither on ;he part of himself
or :.:• fellow members. He said that the work
«>' the « ummissionoTs sii:ce the two bodies had
united wa?» mu^h broadesjf-d and its scope ln
• reused, and hat its present title ignored a
dm; important pan <>f its work. Hf then sug-
P't-ifi that the nnm« of the body be the Hud
f^r.-Fuiion Ceiebratlon Commission.
Several members of the- Hudson committe* 1 *
Fj-f-k«i !:iore or lers In favor of this name. This
rauti-d one taember to rise excitedly and ex
«-:ai:n:
"I w.:? a friend <"•* Abraham Lincoln. He was
l".m la lt»Ot», but 1 do not wit his r.amp In the
:.a:r.- of our body; neither d^ [ want that of
Slcbert Fulton."
.'flcoL OouM Schunnan, president of Cornell,
tt»r. pusgeste-d that the name of the body be
"Th«- Hudson Commission: fof the purpose of a
J>ui>lic celebration or coirirnemoration of the
ter centenary of the discovery of the Hudson
PJver by Henry Hudson li>. the year 1 »>*.♦. and
uS the first v?« of stearr. in the navigation of
eaid ri\er by Robert Fulto:: In the year ISO 7 "
V?*A6GKt K-hurman thought t}jat this title cov
ered tr.e who;* fie*. 4. and it was lindingr favor
-r,vi a member that it would be n«c
ecsasr to writ* the whole thing la full every
•:n-e that the body was referred to in legal or
lormal CSommanlcatJona. After nearly an hour^e
spirited dejjat*. the Hudson committee decided
«... re.-ugr.iK. ita lster hoiy an<l adoptf . d , he
IVUM of •■Hufiaon-Pultoa <Vlebration Commit
t-lon ■ ai lio cfflclal designation
Tfci» patter out of th« way. General James
Graat VFUmou reported that -ar.h of the old
r>DU* re»orf 9 B how^.l that the dl.coverer hS
M«i 4 ed !:is name as Henrj- in a contract with
tr.e Dutch govern jr.ent. The name which had
«fl«-are.l 1- the draft of the charter as Hendrtk
W orderM chanp«*d to Henry after a littl*
f:"ieni!y discussion.
TJ» rro>jeed charter, which was adopted
unaninwusly. outline the ecope and work of the
ten :e?y \u the name words used In the title pro-
SMMd by I'repident Schurman. It also provides
i^.^t tLe coimnlsslon may acquire property by
•j-n.U-ranat'.on in the State of New-York, to
\-hlch wrs added a clause on the recommenda
tion t.' I>eputy Controller Phillips, making it
: **"'■*• "*-*> for the commission first to obtain the
consort of the Board of K«timat*» to acquire
property by condemnation in thin cl:y.
Af """ prodding for the trustees for the flret
y*r the charter yrovldes that none of th«
tryst«^s or member* of the commission, except
ts« ere or more assistants to the secretary.
receive anjr compensation and that
mom at them ahaU U; Interested pecun-
Food
is more
healthful
Risen with
Baking Powder*
SOY*!. BAKINS MOM* CO., ft * VOUK.
inn!/ in any way In any contract relating to
the commission. The same section also provides
that none of the members shall be, liable indi
vidually for any debts contracted by the com
mission. Report* are to be transmitted to the
legislature- through the Governor Aft"- th»
celebration is over and all debts and obligations
paid the remaining real and personal property
is to be disposed of at the direction of the legis
lature. For the expenses of the first year the
charter provides that the commission shall re
ceive $25,000 from the State within one month
after the passage of the charter. The city of
Xew-York is authorized to pay such sums to the
commission as mey be deemed expedient and
the property acquired by the commission is to
be free of taxes. The duration of the commis
sion Is to be ten years. A section providing for
the establishment of a police force by the com
mission was stricken out.
General Stewart L. Wood ford presided. Among
those present were James M. Beck. Theodore
Fitch. Charles S. Francis. Judge William W.
Goodrich. Major General Frederick Dent Grant,
General Horace Porter. Louis C. Raepener. Colo
nel Henry W. Snckett. President Schurman.
William P. Van Rer.sselaer. Edward Hagaman
Hall. General James Grant Wilson. Frederick
W. Seward. ex-Secretary of State; Isaac N. Se
ligman and William McCarroll. The meeting: was
adjourned, subject to call from the chair. At
the next meeting the form of the proposed cele
bration probably -will be discussed and may be
decided upon.
COUNTESS INDIGNANT ON STAND.
Asks Court's Protection at Trial of Man
Whom She Charged with Grand Larceny.
The trial of Frederick yon G. BeefeM, who «ed
as an officer of the German army, and is charged
by Counters Palmajr with the larceny of $-."•'.
was bepun before Recorder GotT in Part IV of Gen
eral Sessions yesterday. She testified that on No
vember 24 she lent Seefeld R!A» in cash, he telling
her ho was an officer In the Germany army.
la cross-questioninjr the countess the lawyer for
the defence asked her a number of questions which
tendfd to reflect on her character. She became In
dignant at once and appealed several times to the
court for protection. The countess was asked if it
was not true that the had been Intimate with See
feld and that he had piven her a ring. She em
phatically denied the Brat half of the question,
but admitted the rinp transaction, explaining it
by sayinp that :t was given to her only as security
lor a loan.
Seefeld went on th«» Stand in his own defence.
He said he was educated at Heidelberp and Ber
lin, and that his father was a colonel in the Ger
man army. lie denied that he was a baron, and
said lie ue\-er said he was. Seefeld said he did
hay» an Interest in a f<?,<vtt automobile, and that
12,000 was due, which th<> countess gave him. The
defence tn^ed its eas>e with the testimony of See
feld and adjournment was taken uuntil this morn
ing.
MAY KNOW OF DYNAMITING.
Three Italians Arrested in Connection with
•'Black Hand" Outrage."
Three Italian prisoners who were taken to Police
Headquarters last r.ight are thought to know
something about the dynamiting of the home of
John De Leesio. a saloonkeeper, of No ISO 20th-s=t.,
Brooklyn, early yesterday morning. Th« saloon
keeper, his wile and seven children were asleep
•■•■. occurred. De Lesslo had re
ceived four letters, signed "The Black Hand," de
mand:r.R $2,006. Death was threatened if he failed
to comply with these demands.
Detective Sergeants Petrosino and Vachrls •were
put on the case and last night arrested three
East Side Italians, atrainst whom they say they
have damaging evidence.
Ot:o Scharf, driver of a milk wapon, told the
police that h* saw a man loitering about 21st-st.
and 4th-av«".. Brooklyn. This man. he Kay*, turned
In a f.rv alarm JuFt before the explosion occurred.
The man disappeared in the excitement following
the discharge or the dynamite.
PROMISES EAST SIDE CAR REFORMS
H. H. Vreeland Calls on Ahearn and Inspects
Vehicles Complained of.
resident. ':!. H. Vreeland of the New-York City
Railway Company called on Borough President
Ahearn yesterday and promised reform In the car
service on the lower East Side. LASt Friday Mr.
Ahearn -wrote to the company complaining that the
service was poor and the cars so filthy that they
constituted a menace to the life and health. Mr.
Ahearn threatened an appeal to the Attorney Gen
eral if conditions, were not Immediately bettered.
Mr. Vreeland explained that he would have re
plied earlier, but that l.- was out of the. city. ][«
promised to investigate at once and to make any
charipes in cars and schedules that the Borough
president asked.
Mr. Ahearn sent an inspector with Mr. Vroa
land to demonstrate that the conditions complained
cf really existed.
Tlie inspector brought hack word that Mr. Vree
land would write and «tat* formally, In the nanw
at h!s romp what ho purposes to do and when
he purposes to do it.
WILL LEAD AT BAPTIST TEMPLE.
Tali Esen Morgan, one of the beBt known musi
cians in this country, will succeed Edward Morris
Bowman at the« Baptist Temple, Sd-ave. and Scher
merhorr.-st.. Brooklyn. Mr. Bowman will take
• ■'.:nrg* of ih«* music at the Cavalry Baptist Chun
Manhattan, on May 1. Mr. Korean will have a
larger chorus than has heretofore been retained by
the church.
NEW CONTROLLER AT HARVARD.
[By TF>i;raph to The Trlhuno 1
f'ambriJKf, Mass.. Feb. 14.— H. L.. BUckwell, of
East Orange, X. .1 . ■ praduat<» student at Harvard
and ft-Uow for research In phypics. lias b<-- ap
pointed controller for the university, an office just
created. His duties will he to inako out th« treas
urer's rep«>rt annually. «>xf > rrise' < ise general supervision
cv»-r the university, investigate property and audit
accounts.
TRANSATLANTIC TRAVELLERS.
Amonc the passpr\g«Ts wbo will sail to-day for
Hamburg: on the Bluechrr are:
Prr-fm»or a.n<i Mrs. Jamn O«r{» Hasbrooic.
0. IrMta Mi »n-1 Mr». Fr«der*clc
Mr »nd Mr*. niir>< 8.1 l'*rni
I'ort^r. !Mr. anJ Mr». J. R. I^nomU
Mr «n<J Mr*. Charl«-« B. I Jr.
-
Those who will sail for Havre to-day on La
8 vole are:
Mr. an 4 Mrt. J. W. Duns-M rs. E. F. Harper.
ton. Mr «nd Mr«. Jule» Kmh.
Mr. «r.d Mr». L 0 Em- Mr. and Mr«. <;»or*e Picard.
«ich. .Felix 1. Renault.
Travellers who arrived yesterday from Naples on
the Konlg Albert were:
Mr. «nd Mr«. Kdward C. MUi M«ri» Mrl>-«n.
• 'enter. I Mr. anj Mr*. Berniirii May
Mr. i>r.: Mr». M If. fUltonA
«
MILLIONS FOR CHILIAN WATERWORKS.
Santiago <I<^ Chili. Pah. 14 —Water mipply systems
for i onei •„•■ .> n. Tales and other cities in Chill are
to be established it an aggregate cost of 17.500.000.
STEAMSHIP RATE CONFERENCE.
Vienna. F*b. 14.— Reprrcrntatires of tli« Cunard
and Continental steamship lines met to-day to dis
cuss the possibility cf reaching an agf»«rfl»>!i- on the
emljrration servlc «N»n Floras and America. A
delegate from th« Hi :arinn Rovernment also was
present No decision *-;lj reached.
NEW- YORK DAILY TTnniXE. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15. IM6.
WOfIEN'S APPAREL
FOR WEAR AT WINTER RESORTS.
Are continually receiving New ] importations of
French Lingerie, Embroidered, Lace and Heavy
Linen Gowns, Comprising ModeJs appropriate
for Street,~Piazza and House Wear.
A choke selection of Lace, Embroidered
Linen, Rajah and Pongee Coats.
New Paris Models in Carriage and Street
Hats, also Lingerie Hat*.
Exquisite designs in Parasols of Hand Em
broidered Sheer and Heavy Linens, also Embroi
dered and Hand Painted Combinations in the
palest tints of old blue, rose and green.
EXPERTS COME HIGH.
Osborne Gets $50 a Bay in Colonel
Ma Perjury Trial.
The chief points brought out at the Mann perjury
trial, in Special Sessions, before Justice McAvoy
yesterday, were that Albert B. Osborne, the hand
writing export, is getting IH a day and expenses
for his testimony, and that a person could write
"conventional" and "unconventional" letters In
quick succession.
There was general surprise in court yesterday
when Mr. Littleton, counsel for Colonel Mann,
dropped tho handwriting, although h« had pained
many advantages the day before, and asked -Mr.
Oborne how much he was paid. Mr. Osborne said
he was to receive J5O a day and expenses, without
regard to whether or not ho was testifying. In
r-ply 10 a question by Mr. Littleton, he said he dis
cussed the case with other handwriting experts.
"Would It be possible for Colonel Mann to write
his initials in such a way that you could not. by
comparison with the admitted standards, identify
them?" asked Mr. Littleton.
"Oh, yes; I have no hesitation in saying that
this Is quite possible." paid the witness. "If Colonel
Mann were to make several conventional signa
tures I might not be able to tell them."
The witness explained that the disputed hand
n-rltinsr was "not conventional, but erratic." Justice
McAvoy interposed with a question as to whether
a writer could make "conventional and unconven
tional letters at the same time, in quick cue
cession." Mr. Osborne said that it could be done.
He explained that "conventional" meant ordinary,
legible hand writing, and ••unconventional." hand
writing which displayed certain individual traits.
Assistant District Attorney Hart then turned the
■witness over to Mr. Littleton. The examination
will be resumed on Friday morning.
MRS. ALLAN W. WOOD'S FATHER DEAD.
[By Tel^Rrapli to "■'-•■ Tribune.]
AJlentown. Perm., Feb. 14.— Theodoro Mohr
dropped dead eating breakfast this morning pre
paratory to going to work at house painting. He
was the father of Goldie Mohr, the chorus girl who
was married to Allan \V. Wood, the wealthy steel
man, who died last Bummer. Since meeting fortune
she had not communicated with her father. The
family is trying to find her.
f • — —
HASTINGS'S BODY SECRETLY BURIED.
[By Tflegrarh to The Tribune.!
rittsburg, Feb. 14.— The body of Joseph Hastings,
of Allegheny, who shot himself at Summit, N. J.,
last Sunday, was buried immediately upon arrival
here yesterday. Friends a an* to the Hastings
home in Pennsylvar.ia-ave., Allegheny, to-day, for
the funeral were stunned at the news, as they had
l.e^n told that the funeral would be to-day. Hist
ings's relatives admit that he committed suicide.
CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF.
Preparation* are being made to force many fire
men out of the city's service on the physical dis
ability act. The order is believed to have been
issued by Chief Croker. at the suggestion of the
Commissioner.
The executive hoard of the City History Club
will visit en Saturday tne Hotel Aster to view the
collection of old New-Tort prints which hang In
the Colonial hall.
The thirty-three hundred members of th» Dd-B*.
branch of the Young Men's Christian Association
will to-morrow afternoon have an opportunity of
seeing how lions are trained. Allen S. 'Williams
•will give an Illustrated lecture on training wild
animals at Association Hall, No. 215 West _"
The Tounar Folks' Fraternal I^agtu» of the He
brew Sheltering Society will hold Its fourth annual
Installation exercises on Sunday afternoon.
Arthur Hamm»r!«< h!.iEr. who was Indicted last De
cember by the special grand Jury which acted In
election cases and who eluil»<l the police surren
dered himself yesterday. Ills bail was 'fixed at
COM.
Philip McCarthy, a motorman. of No. 211 West
47th-st.. whoso car was In collision with a J. Hood
Wright Hospital ambulance on Tuesday, was held
in lI.OOD bail In th« Harlem police court yesterday
to await the Injuries of Michael Behman.
An appeal is made by the Brooklyn Bureau of
Charities for $40 to give a monthly pension of $10
for the next four months to a widow with six chil
dren ' 'ontributlons may bf> to th«* Bureau of
Charities. Xo. 6S Scnermerhorn-st.. Brooklyn.
Michael J. McGoldrlck was appointed yesterday
by Jußtlce Burr, of the Kings County Supreme
Court, as referee in the suit of the Prospect P'r.rk
Trust Company against the Brooklyn and Roeka
«ray Beach Railroad Company to foreclose a mort
gage worth $900,000. The plaintiff Is trustee for the
bondholders and Henry J. Johnson is receiver for
the defendants.
Frank McDermott, of No. 433 West Cd-st., was
arraigned in the West Side court yesterday, charged
with stealing $3 from Julia Murphy, of No. 523 West
45th-st. He was held in &** bail.
An investigation was started by Detectives Mur
phy and Brnman into th« death of Edward Free
ney, a lons-shoreman, of No. 136 C'harles-st., who
died yesterday at the New-York Hospital.
THE lEON TRADE REVIEW.
[By T»legrarh to Th« Tribune.]
Cleveland. Feb. 14.— •The Iron Trade Review"
to-morrow will say:
The pig iron market shows considerable* improve
ment In ton*. While no large sales are reported
there is a general Increase of interest on the part
of buyers, and some heavy Inquiries, Including one
from the AlUs-Chalmers Company for from JO.OOO
to 15,0f"> tons, arc pending. Th.- Steel Corporation
lias purchased l<i/iflO tons of Bessemer from the
Bes«emer Association on the optlcn obtained at the
close of the old year, the price being $17 25 val
ley. This purchase takes all the Iron the ■■sort!
tion has to sell for the first quarter.
The, foundries are busy, and the prices of foundry
grades are somewhat stronger. Basic Is not as ac
tive a a It ha« bee.n. The price of hoops has been
advanced to Ml a ton. New business In flnishM
material is not so heavy, but t!ie demand for deliv
ery If Insistent. Specification*! show that building
permits are about .Vi per cent heavier than for last
year, and that in .-i(it<» of the fact that a larir«
amount of buildlnc has been tlon*s this winter there
will bo great activity during: the spring .i.i
summer.
Sales of structural mad Include ■U'OO tons
of shapes for n. w lake vessels, while the Same
vessels will require al»>ut 14.000 tons of plates. De
liveries are somewhat easier on plates, but th:»
millH have all they can do, and in the, East prem
ium* of $2 a ton are obtained on some business
Electric railway* have l-et-n heavy buyers of rails
during tlie lust week. The buying of track ma
terials continues at a lively rate. Steam railway*
are uperifylnc heavily <,n the largr- purchases of
standard •ecttona which ihcy have made The
pressure for d-livory of wlr. and w!ro urodlcts is
unabated end stocks are low.
Stem Brothers
West Twenty-third Street
Jefferson M. Levy Uses Wireless to
Clinch Maiden Lane Purchase.
One of the most valuable Bites In Maiden Lane
was purchased by ex -Congress man Jefferson
M. Levy, after he was two days out from this
port.
Mr. L*'-y left this city on the Kaiser Wilhelm
der Grosse on February 8, bound for a brief
vacation In Europe A few days before he. left
Th.» city he had made overtures to buy the two
four story buildings Nos. 97 and 99 Maiden
Lane, on a plot 42 by 03 by Irregular.
The first day out from port he sent a wireless
inpssag-e to the owner of the property to name
his lowest pri^e for the Darcel. An answer was
received by him within aJi hour. As the price,
was acceptable, Mr. Lew sent another wireless
DMiaif] Baying that he would take the property.
Clarkaon P. Ryttenhersr. as his attorney, yes
tuday signed the contract to aerruire the prop
erty and the deed will be handed to Mr. Levy
on his return to this etty.
MR. PLUNKITT SELLS LAND.
Ex-Senator Plunkitt sold a valuable plot of
ground yesterday. 75x100 feet, on 130th-st. west of
Broadway, adjoining the Street Cleaning Depart
ment stables. Thomas J. Mar.gln was the buyer,
the deal being closed by Chris Schierlch. The price
the property brought was not made public. There
are several buildings on it. It will be remembered
that some time ago the public learned that Plunkitt
was fretting large stable rentals from the city. It
is said that the city wanted to buy this property
for stable purposes.
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Peiser Beck, of No. 307 East 4th-st., real estate.
filed a petition with the clerk of the United States
District Court yesterday. Liabilities. $5,231 S3; as
sets nominal.
Benjamin Gluekstein filed a petition alleging that
his partner. Mary Cohn. refused to Join in petition.
Petitioner states that he and Mary Cohn were en
gaged in embroidery works at No. 117 Greene-st.
Liabilities, $1,264 (H: no assets.
Edward Mis!. kind and Louis Ruderman, of. No.
1.523 Washington-are.. The Bronx, and of No. 4*58
Cherry-st.. riled a petition In bankruptcy as part
ners. Liabilities. 12.057 89; no assets.
Involuntary bankruptcy tiled by William Smith,
Eugene J. Connors. R. K. Ganun and Estella A.
Ganun against Rafoelle S«nnelli and Frank Sen
nelii. The petitioners are all from Brewster. Put
nam County, where the defendant kept a grocery
store. The petitioners claim he owes upward of
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise 6. X, Sunset 5:34; Moon rises 12:53 amJMoon's age 21
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Sandy Hook 12:02;Gov. Island 12:11 : Gat» 2N
P.M.— Sandy Hoclc 12:201 Got. Island 12:23, Hell Gats 2:18
Th« Majestic, reported yesterday by -wireless", will flock
to-day about 8:30 a- m. The Panama, reported off th»
Highlands last night, will dock to-day about 8:30 a. m.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY. •
Vessel. From, Line
•Majestic Liverpool. February T... Whli, star
•t-thiopla Glasgow. February 3 .. . Anchor
•Maranhense 1-aru. February Boots
•Panama Colon. February 14 Panama
•Santurce Porto Rico. February 14. TA P R
•Korona St Thomaa. February » Quebea
Denver Galveston. February 7 Mallonr
Barbarosaa, Bremen. February — SO Lloyd
Graf Wairiersee Hamburg. February 3 Hamb-\m
v:> el- Rouen Havre. February 3 French
f-omus New-Orleans. February 10...Morran
City of Columbus Savannah. February 12. .. .Savannah
El Cid Galveston. February 9 Morgan
Arapahoe Jacksonville. February 12 Clyde.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16.
•Madonna Naples. February 3 Fibre
•Slc-illa Naples, February 1 Italian
•Alene Inairua. February 11 Hamb-Am
•Grenada Grenada. February 8 Trinidad
Algonquin Jacksonville. February 13 ... Clyda
LlandaSCity Shield*. February 1 Bristol
Concha Galveston. February 10 Mallory
El Slg'.o Galveston. February 10 Morgan
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17.
•--■• Paul Southampton. February 10. American
•rmbria Liverpool. February io Cunard
•He«uranc« Havana. February 2 Ward
•Allianca Colo*. February 10 Panama
Com.in« he. larksnnvllls. February 14 . Clyda
Viz r.ina Shields. February 13
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 18.
•La Rretanie Havre. February li> French
•Cimo«a Rarhado**. February in. Lamn ♦ H
Kara: Nassau. February 14 Ward
El Sud Galveston. February 12 .. Morgan
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 19.
•Maracalbo Pence. February — Red D
El Monte. New -Orleans. February — . , Morgan
•Brings mall.
Vessel. For. Lin?. Malls clog*. sails
Bluecher. Hamburg. Hamb-Am 0:30 am 10:00 am
I.A Bavot* Havre. French 7 :0O a m 10 00 a m
Oscar 11. Copenhagen. S.and-Am r. mi am 11:00 am
Vl^llancla, Camperhe. Ward ... 6:fio a m 12 00 m
Rlpley. Arß'ntlne. Norton «»©o a m Jtoo m
Prln» Wlllem 11. Haytl D. W 1 11:00 am 1:00pm
OranJ* Nassau. Paramaribo. D W I ...ll:(K)» m 1:00pm
Boniface. Barbados. Booth 12:00 m 1 pm
Seneca. Bahamas. Ward 12:"0 m 3:00 pm
rassel. Bremen N' '} LJoyd 10-nOam
El Valla. Oalvegton. Morcan — a •)■) n m
Monroe, Norfolk. Old Dominion S :00 pm
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY IB
P lar <\i Larrlnaga. Argentina. Barber. 0-.00 am 12 00 m
Yumurl. 'iuantanamo. Ward ;..12:0i)»i 00 p in
Rio Grand:. Rrunawlck. Mallory ■ 3 00pm
Arapahoe, Charleston. Clyde 3 00pm
JefTerson. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:90 pm
BATtrmDAT. FEBRUARY 17.
L.ucanla. IJverpoot, Ounard B:3Oam 12 m
Khi!a<l?lj,hla. Southampton. American. «00 a m 9 3«> a m
Kroor.land.- Antwerp. Red Star A:3O a m l(> : 80 a m
KonlK Albert. Naples. N Q Ll oyd SitoSS 1 1M a m
.>ltir . Axorts. White Btar 10:30 am 12:30 m
Ethiopia, olarcow. Anchor 0.30 am 1. 00 m
Hamburg. Napiis. Hamb-Am 0:30 am 12 : 00m
Philadelphia. I a tiuuyrn. Red D h.3oam 12 ■«« m
Tretorta. St Thom»* Quel^c »:S0 a m 12 : 0> m
Motto CuUi Havana. Ward on a m l:00p m
Sarnia. Jamaica, Hamb-Am 11:30 am 2-00 nm
America, London. Atlantic Trana 9-0 1 ) a m
Denver. GaJveatoa, Mall tv 3 : ft) „ n ,
A!(ffinquin» Jarksonvllls. •;v<le —i — S-flopm
Xl TaMo. New-Orleans M :«m . 8 oi> p m
El Norte Oalve«ton, Mnntan 3 00 pni
Monrr>a. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3*M>pin
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS
For. ■M " CT.oeo la X. T.
Han all. Japan. *tc— Nippon Maru (Tit
! J. Bp.S?-rcWaV8 p.S?-rcWaV Pii-etc-Shinano-M.™^ 15, 10.30 p m
Japan, rrrea. P I. etc - Shtnano M»nj
«vla S*nttie» Kehl.V 6:oo pra
Hawai-AUm«.la , via S F) ¥** 18. 10:30 p n.
Haw«ll. J« P an. #tc— Doric <vU B F>....Feb2S. 50:30 p m
rut I»lani». Australia. — Aoranli (via
Vlctnrtal F*b 25 fl'OOom
Cuam PI. Jte 1' S tran»port 'via. S FiF*b 23. 10:30 d m
Ncw-Zoalanfl. Samoa. »te— V«n:ura (via
I T»MM. M.rq. 1 «..;--, t r-Mar ! p— v,, MM * 1 " KM P m
s " Mar 1 10:30pm
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New- York, Wednesday, Feb. 14. 1906
ARRIVED.
wSssrttzm b^.*^, at, at
BUYS LAND AT SEA.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
We're afraid some boys aie gun
vr.ng for us because we advertised
boy*' sale suits in Tuesday afternoon's
papers when only odd sizes were left.
Our apologies to those who came
late.
We had nearly 2000 suits when our
advertisement went into Tuesday
afternoon's papers, and hardly hoped
for so generous a response.
But:
The early stock of boys' Spring
suits is now in our stores.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Stars*.
258 -42 1260
•I at at
Warren «t 13th st. 32im1 st.
Amusements.
THiq p^?vr llW - N OPERA HOUSE
CIP?V rranit . <> - * a «*• :hlrd » ct ALJ, lh« PRIN
CI^ II * I , Artls «. n °t In the cait. will apj«ar.
«•£?• v S • C cb 18> at *— ">HEN«-JPJ."?. Rappold. Homer;
««t ' A/^ n 5,°2 T ' , Journet - MUhlmann. Cont!. Hem.
--— *• Ui" E* J xi- at 3-MAP.TA. Semfcrleb. Walker;
"rNDVTMrHr^nvr^" 1 - at PTIS'3— GRAND
Sjhkm?SbS?W' Jom-1!!. Hotn*r; Plancon
iJh«r, , 2,'ARTEAf. Violin (arragt. with Mr. R. E.
M r Fv, Ent i. t MM * tr - Opera Orch. Con* Franko.
*lf., w^ r F»b. 19 at 7:SO— MEISTERSINOER.
Maa HH n O ru nn K d nO^ r^ n Roor - GorUz - BIW Relss -
H^T.'l'. Vff V *"*£ :i * Bt S — IL TROVATORE. Xor-ilca.
Th«« "J? k" C , a . mpanarl - J""" 11 ' 1 - fond. Franko.
11 -0 7"« h D.E,' * hln| '"1" 11 ' "" Birthday*. Mat at
11 M AM— PARSIFAL Fremstad: Burs^aller. Van
•Th", BtaM Go l? tz - Mtthlmann. Cnnd. Hfrtz.
BOHFVF ik i it b-.V:b -.V : - at '—Social P-rformanc». LA
v,V'V " T^f ?L' A '"" n: raru " A - *<"""- *»«■•«. Par
,. r! A V f+ /.* b - : '\ at 7:4S (MM) B!II>— HAENSEI.
DTsfviGSS S^s' H^""'" 1 b " «" BARBIERE
panaA. 1 - C<Un -
• A. M.
1 PUMP ¥", TH , EAT *« tW! E.g. and Sat. Mat.
IIII! Ii Q J?«" I*«"iI *«"i» h °fr'-. ChrKtlan* and Ualdra In
I II I 1 II U Capua Comedy. "LyontiiMTTa EhfmanmCT."
PRINCESS B w EE 9 V d t^ s " I "afS!
f&& m H. THOMPSON
LYRIC 4:d^r a t°l^ ay SI Mat SAT.
Hear Edward Marttndell l«r V I^n'a ki i
CASINO B ay * 38th 9t - " Matinee To-da T .
THE E EARL ,t GIRL" **
MATINEE WASHINGTON' " BIRTHDAY
FIELDS '«?ij HTt*|»»
LOUIS MANN « LIPMAH g^fc.
WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB .vIV I
£? DOG SHOW
MADISON «QrARC f.ARDEX 9 4 M tn 1 1 P w
L WH. FI»EfISWM-THEj(|UJIW m
Garden™"- '■'"' i4^^S^l7
g
ttARUfI FRANK DANmr%^
. N "» t W "^-W O N D g R L AX D .
ST. NICHOLAS RIXK
ICH SKATING. I 6«th «!r 7W?
3 wMton. dallr. eicept S^k^SftS? AV ''
steerage passengers an I m<J se . Arrived «t the Bar at -So
£TT *«•«««• and m^V r J;?^
pajsen *"* S^S.* fttSW
Spent* * Toons Arrived at the Bar a Til) a , lm BOn
th% bin B. r n i^:^ e P e^ SSS «rayjMa s
Steamer Hlri (Nor. Jaeob»en. Santos January 17 Mrt
st Thorr.a» > ebruary 5. with coffee to Arh.T "-1- n_ V * cd
ve«el to Bwumu.. Walsh &Ca "Srrtt 4 SS^k
Steamer Alice (N"or>. Knudsen Port in./«i» t
and fruit. Arrived Atlantic F?ilt (5 »> » twmii
and fruit. Arrive.! at the Bar a: "5o W m •* M «nser
andmctae. Arrive.! at th* Bar at 3 s^p^ Wni{ * rs - sr ' at:a
CaV^T/na^'r^^; 2
Fortune Island 9. to th« Hamburg-America 8 li~ *JS2
.Steamer Ei Pla. Mason. Oalveston F>h™»^. -
?? a -5f5 fl a oraraay - wanes ; a is:
mdM. Arrived at th- Bar at 12 31 d^T* * I=aJ!a •"*
Steamer Monroe. H :;.r^rs. Newport New , an< x- _ „
Sandy Hook. NJ. iTet> 14. i»3O p S-SriSd^Ah "J"
breeze; cloudy. p m wlnd north, light
SAILED.
Pi] SaS^^S?H&S§iS
iltal». tienoa anj Nap*. H^W^^
WlW^f.l, ,«.r>. Rott^S V^fxor) ■^^f rl ' lla"
rnnceaa Anr.. Norfolk and NewoMt v.^ '"'v * D;
Jack«nvllle; Moorish X.Vfolk- Ilur^Tn ," " llxx ***-
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
POUUM PORTS.
"Hi"— -
Brwnen. Frb IS. U p »— Arrived, steamer KaU.r win. ,
an<i Chart . " w — "■ I'v^»;>uth
L.IST" ABt ' >r1 * •* ■—
Gibraltar. F»b 14— PIMMt •teenier* Prln* 4(1 ,, ..
r>-Tr.pw.-.'f N»n v irk fbr \«ni»« . • ■ r
Havre, j-«b l(V-Sal!«d. steamer St L«ur«P b- i ,
••iln. N-w \.-tk mur«pi { fr\. Q^,
Naw-Tork via St Michael, anJ u^_ (Br) - D«vtx»a.
MMM ASS. ,rr>. (Kg
L -Vd.^ • -.~1. >:eamer Mart,,-. ,Hr, 5,^.,,.,,
• t9 " n - r nT -- ?&& Bu,
3t Michael.. Krb 14 Arrived pravtouaiy 5i,,,,,. rif, *
Gloucester ißr,. M.-burn. Hu*lva for Ne^Y^for
SCm J>w F ?or h 14 f-r P ??^ l " 1Mr To - nt » »»■ To«n K .
sins^&&£% •:N:^or nn K trapur * (Dp >- *—
Christ lanla !>Vb U>~Sai:eJ. .tran.rr 'H.IJJ, OUr m.^
Hoist ,from IVprnhacen). Now York *r>«n).
teßttaKOh F*t» 14 Arrival. .t<wm«r Sumnor (UalUd Stai».
Amusements.
NEW AMSTERDAM
j nngNgrnvß
FOBTY-FIVE'SmWTES ■ v ; .-_,„
BROADWAY™
ELSIE JANiS'^fJ^-
With Bam.y Oldflrld'. Aotomnbi!; r«7, Tgf^.
LIBERTY '"
THE CLANSMAN '^
I NEW YORK 1 "" • TSAESKS§£
I ) Extra Matin** na.hbtc*on« Birthdi, lt
( Pop. Mat. Wk)., •;. 51 an<i Tic It**- «-,» a..
™L ROGERS BROS. . IRELAND
MADISON SQ. TH *V"f cv», ,-in^-
LUCKY MISS V DEAN
»« Wf»k i Winston rhirrh!ir«
• •fat* Kmir- I TIIK TITLE MART
nadp i r v NOW - ***■ w ** * ■■*
UAKKltK==nA]
35th St. Thona 331-;t. VJ .T\ JL* L* \J f^
-; ~~-
PMDJ2C TUX.V. BmaJway & *oh St *
LmrinL E\-i». J:;\ Ma's. We^.. 5a- * r.» 2
MAUDE ADAMS '^ErckrS?
criterion m * xna £^tfZ?\?x&
ETHEL BARkYMORE SjSSft
Also PANTALOON, with Lionel Barrjrmor*.
HUDSON THEATT E^^
OTIS SKINNER Vat d^
QJUfIV THEATRE. B-wav * HUh St. Et,t, | : iT
UHIUI Mat* To-daT. ~at. and F»h «•
the fa^c E . ISH MR. HOPKINSO'X
UCBAI It Cfl THEA BB * Hv *53* Em
nCnALU oU. t:tX M*tj. V*4 . Rat £ ftti a
6EO. M. COHAN w\>ni*>GTo!\. «
KN'ICKEROOCKEK. Broadway and i'th St
Kvertrrs. 8:15. llat'.n»»s ?a":raa7 anJ F»n. 13. lis
FRITZI SCHEJt F - 5S»|
LYCEUM 4 % A-iC
THE LION ™ THE MOUSE
Feb. 19— Sp*cla! Matine?— nrm <-iubeit.
J nAIV 7 C THEATRE! B'way and 30th St.
UAL! O Ewts. MB. xra-n Sat «F4«
FOrKTH WEEK. OF
ELLIS JEFFREYS
THE FASCINATING MR. TANDERVEIi)r
ACADI3IY A O rD^^.^^st^,X^7^:
LESLIE CARTER v Dr ,_|
NOTE— Mr, !.-»!!, Ctef» wt:: -o=r'-.u» m
Barry next week. Last perf ormanc- Sat. Eva Tsh. Si
POPfLAR PRICES. &9 '*' lL! *-
Mats. Washington's E:rthday and Sat.. ;. Et»3^j %
QCI ICCn !Ev. *. Mat-> s»at. & F»h. 22. TITT r'»»
BtUSGO I david B*XA>CO Pr-se^ts W TOT
BLANCHE BATES i* c °^^
bijou B-way 1 SOOth Thn* ia «at 3 ? a » * r.s
QIuUU & 30th. N. Y. Marrh «th 22. Ery,! *•«*
DAVID BEI-ASro Pr*H«jt». M Year in >• T
WAR F 1 ELD ln the rr
rTi^- rVI - *g^*-<l^ MUSIC MA3TZS.
COLONIAL ~ »E TRIES ], a Cv ,
I WLUIIIMU of Arson.- JOE VTEtCH. Loelt
WB'y •& «2d St. >imon. <irar« Gardner £ C»_ »
Daily Mats. .1- Luker.s. —■- . Seasons and others.
Al H V IBK\ Roj.il HuDjarUn Boy. Band. Bert
7th ave.. i:Bth »t. l^^lir & Rob». L. Dailrr Carte
ilata. Dally. 25c D» Hiv»a * F'.ara Parker. M*
HAMMERSTE!H ? S^ 5k5 k^ s Vafi^
LOUISE GUNNING. The Military O<?t»tt« and th»
Girl with the Baton. Doiaa £ Lanharr & Ca. Ofllfc
LMENDORF
LECTLRES JS&
MAGXIFICEN'T COLORED
CARNEGIE HALL £*£•
5 SUNDAY C MONDAY
EVENINGS 8:13 *»_ MATINEES AX i
FEB. — Afrlra jl'EB. 2« — Holland
31CII. — E«ypt Jirß. — The Bbia*
— 11 — Sahara I . " 12 —^witierlaad
•* Id— Moroc«o . " 13 Italy 1.
■ 23 Spain i " 2*— ltaly 11.
COURSE TICKETS 56. 55. $4. $3. $ZM
On ?aJ« Tiiurs.. Feb. 15. Ci.i»r:« Hal! box r>lSs%
Slncle Tlcketa 1.50. 1.00. 73. 50. Thora.. Feb. S.
Bla nil ;;lia it I auaa-ajfcMi
BEFORE and AFTER
N>it Tuesday Evening. Feb. 10.
Waltar N. Lawrence ?res«.-.:s
THE TRIANGLE.
.•.SEATS NOW OX S.VLS^ " r —
joe vveber'S :\ - JmUMMI
POPULAR" PRICED S MATiMEE rx 2:f5
CARNEGIE nAL I. .
BuSTOri Programme:
SYMPHONY 3
ORCHESTRA ah^ -aif*
Mr. Ge-c-e HAROLD BAUER
Tickets. |2 to Tic. at Ef>x Office. Tyson's tita AT*
Hat-lj and Luckhardt * B^lders. 1> E. ITtS 3t.
|_g NEW YORKj HAT.DAILY
HNEW VORKi M\T.DAILY
lppodrozne
„,.A Society emeu* 0
w«t»« vSurt op tm: uol:jv ri'-'^TAi I **
tTcn.ns* at ■< Mariner* at i.
iiAirCTin Evr. H:i:, Mars. W-4 * S»t. ?J»
MAJESTIC the little gray lady
.•.FEBRUARY 2'TH. j"MS NOW OX VdM
WILLIAMS & WALKER -atIW
WEST END n Vr^^ N :;^M^r;
A %I£ZZIZ? "BEHIND THE MASK'
EDEN I WORLD IN WAX. TUB -.SEAT *»»*
! ri.NEUATOi.KirU EnO Hoar.
MCSEE. ! HARRY BR.\IIAM. XI :■• A«racUa«»-
Pro;
I )KI\\RTMKNT OF WATER StTPLY. Gii
an.l Electricity. Ewm l'O<:. N.-«*. :: f :i ?*•**
Raw. Borough of Manhattan. Th<- City of N*w Tart.
SEALED tups OR ESTIMATES wtU >c -■■'■' ■;»
the Commissioner of TTafrr Supply. Om anct SltetflW*
■ the a^vt» .if!e» until .; f»'clt^k P M- en
MONDAY. nCBKI .:• 1«*
noro«£t>» of M:ir«K.<< t in tad li.- Ilrons. ,^
\». ■<. H»K FVK.M^lll>t;. I'HIUKiMi 4&
STORTNfi ANTHRA<ITF i.Ui IN rill t'MIO.WKJJ
AMOI'M: H.IK»> C-SO^s rt»>"» of «.ti >**•
ANTIIKAriTF. C O\! ,
Blank f.irms may t» ib*3ln*-1 a', t^c o!S<^» ftf J:'
rvpartm#nt of Water b-jpp'.y. Gas ani E>ctr.c.ty. »•
Borough of Manhattan, :;,■>; iz t< ?'. Par!: no«.
• For full particulars set* 4'tty r.— -or.) ■>
■WILLIAM B " : LI -, mm
Dated February «. I9n«.
pOUT wood, X. y. ii.. FEB. *•"• l ; 10& ~*
Sealrt vrorv»a!» !n trtpUear- f r ■• ■•njnrtar *}
Kioctrt^ UfM ami r-^wrr System h?r~> *'.!! l>- reefi*"" 0
h<r»> until 11 a m.. April 1< ion«*. f S r«^«n» « ■•*
to r»jpvt any or all bt,!*. Inrorm«:!<->n f«UBM«4 *■ *T
piU-iition. Envelop*** i>ntalnm< rn-ivo-a:* »• r3 "
d-n*^! "Propos.;!» f.^r Cnotrio IJsh? in.l r>w«» tfr**^
F.»rt Wood. .V Y. H." d. «•. DUKXCtX. .'casts. >A *
TJ S. ENGINEER OFFICE. AVITHEKSPOON"
in rrtpl\-a»». fnr ronatructir.ir r'hantO.ir ««' a! "*-,'.
.tr«Ki|ji«,t mt#r!al will ho r*vfivrtl hfr» until 1- o<»a »*•
1». I9»«rt. ttr.i thi-n poMtetj cpvnol. •-•f^raistton ftsr^ 1 " 1 " 1
on uppllcation. J. O. si.VXKOUI>. Major. Enfir*
Public Xoticcs.
in i:K.\r ok tiik nhi \i-*n>i-.rK»ro« «>'
THE torvrv or new \ok&.
N
New York. Krtniarr "*•,!? v 1»
rVOTICE IS ||ERKB> GIVEN, l'lUSl^ NT
to t'h&pfr OB of th^ l^w» of IS«*. that t.'v. »?*"!
nifnt of the r««i ( .t» an.t f\-.rni!Uur<"» of l?«» P'J^'^ -J^l
mlntiitrator vlurir.B i!i^ yri*.- l:)^ «.aa puoisbw* » J
ttty l>o»ir<l. thr«>« timr.« f±cti »»»k f»r t>»t*» ****^
e'.u!»l.:T J.iiiurv Z.i. ItXKI. WII.LJAM M. Ht'kA
PuMK- Aamlntatmtor of t*>e County «>r Ne w 10 *

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