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ITALY'S FOREIGN AIMS.
TRIPLE 'ALLIANCE FIRM.
Sigmor Tittonl Tells of Cordial
Austrian Relations.
Ron-.*, rv^. 18. — Foroiirn Mlninter. Siini'-r
Tinonl. althoutth havinp lMH>n confined to his
HM with Influenza for Fpvoral days, insisted on
ir^ftJnp up and poinsr to thg Chamber of Depu
tlo«« to-day; th«»ro hemiade a f=tat*»ment r<»?ard-
MaS Italy's forelpn policy. He confirmed pre
vious vt upni^nts repai.iltip th«» ptrmanency of
the Triplo Alliance, and the pood relations «
istinp betsmea Germany and Italy and Austria
and Italy, paid he saw no probability at ■ con
: flirt N-tween Oernany and Great Britain, and
'assured the House that the most friendly rela
tions prevailed h. i\\.-«n Italy. Great Britain and
FVance. In th.- course of his reference to the
Trip!- Alliance. Slpnor Tlttoni said in part:
I am pleased that ny statement on this sub
ject follows ih<- remarks made by the German
Imperial Chancellor, Prince yon Billow, as 1 am
enabled fully and cordially to associate myself
in his cordial and effective eulogy of the Triple
Alliance and those who made it. The Triple
Alliance will continue, to form the basis of our
j.o!iey, and this is sufficient to show thai those
v ho. "from simple appearances, think they see a
weakening of the Triple Alliance and predict its
npproachinjr end are mistaken.
The Foreign Minister termed imaginary the
allegations of German Interference with Ital
ian interests in Tripoli and German jealousy of j
•the Anplo-FTanco-Italian convention repardins; !
Abyssinia, the text of which had been communi
cated to Germany before the document was
Blasaesl Loyalty to the Triple Alliance per
mitted Italy <V> maintain -her friendship with
other powers, thus Insuring European peace.
The Minister added:
If war should break out mong the preat
powers the consequences may be summarized
in the statement that it would suit in the
peneral bankruptcy of Kurope. Therefore the
j«roKTan-ime of the Italian povernment is to
maintain and consolidate the Triple Alliance
nnd maintain and consolidate Italy's friendship
v.ith France and Great Britain. The sue less
of this programme is assured on the one eon
rMti^n that we exercise the pr- at> st sincerity
and loyalty in our relations with Germany and
France. The statement which I have made to
day is Identical with nations which 1 have
made to the representatives of those two pow
ers, without reserve, without concealment and
vith no ambiguity.
It was n.'t true that Germany had linked Italy
to assist her in preventlns the intervention of
<ither powers at the Algeclras conference. .. c ipn"r
Tlttoni said.
Repardinp the relations between Austria and
Italy. Sir- or Tittoni said:
I most emphatically declare that Baron yon
A»hrenthal (the Auslro-Hun^arian Foreign Min
ister) and myself have decided to proceed in
everything with full accord and to treat with
e-iinprisure and with sentiments of sincere r>-»
< lrToi-al benevolence all incidents which may
arise. without taklne: into account popular man
ifestations which we Vrfith deplore, and to favnr
Jind to do everything possible to further the pood
understanding between the two nations, to avoid
nil suspicion and to safeguard all susceptibili
ties.
Fipnnr Tittoni also <leaJt at considerable lenpth
with the Ralkan situation. He said that Italy
nnd Austria would agree to the maintenance of
the status quo. if it was found impossible for
lhem to support the policy of autonomy on the
basis or principle of nationality. Italy had
rejected the advice she had received to propose
to Austria that they partition the Albanian
-. - [, ,■ y.
THE KAISER WILHZLM RESPONSIBLE.
Owners of the Orinoco Win Suit for Dam
ages from Collision.
C V.j
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Wilheli
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OPIUM TRADE RESrRICTIONS ASKED
China Wants Aid from England in Checking
Traffic in Drug.
London, Dei-. I*?.— The Foreign Office has re
ceived from Sir John N. Jordan, acting British
Mitiisirr at Peking, proposals from China with
regard to the duty on opium imported into China
from India. Thes« proposals are receiving the
attention of the government. China is desirous
that pome restrictions be placed on the importa
tion of Indian opium in order to strengthen her
endeavors to put down the traffic- in the drug.
RUSSO-JAPANESE NEGOTIATIONS.
St. PetfTFburp, Dec. ]R. The Russo-Japanese
rt»fr<>t!aJi<ins havo ont«-red uj>on a favorable
ctaeo. It Is believed that an arrangement, de
fining the Japanese fishing rights on the 81
berian coasts, and giving the Japanese the privt
l^E* of acquiring stations ashor« for drj-ing rtsh.
will be reached without an appeal to th«» good
offices of other powers The Russians realize
thai a CaOare of the negotiations would open
the door for Japanese fisherman to raid tho fish-
Inc grounds at will, as tho littoral is sparsely
•■••■• only a few vessels are available for
patrolling it.
THE POTOMAC'S WORK IN FLOES.
St. John's, N. F.. Deo. lS._The American naval
lug Potomac, and forty-six American, Canadian
atid Newfoundland fishing vessels, with three
thousand nets. wer<? caught .-• in the icefloes
ri'.i- Bay of Islands yesterday. A steamer was
Hat to the imprisoned fleet and succeeded in
rutting out the Potomac. The ice which held
the fishing vessels was broken by the tug, and
th«» whole fleet was liberated.
MORE "SUFFRAGETTES' IN JAIL.
I>ondon. Dec. ]R.— Eleven more female suf
fragists to-day elected to spend Christmas In
jail ra'Jier than pay small fines for creating
disturbances within the precincts of the House
of Commons last night. The women receive.l
t'lHr sftitences hilariously, rfpparently proud of
Joining the "sufTragt'ttes" who already are in
prison.
DECORATION FOR MR. M'CORMICK.
Paris. Dec. lV— The Emperor of Japan,
through M. Kurino. the Japanese Minister to
Kriin<-e, has communicated t<» Ambassa<lor Mo-
Connick his desire to deoorute him aa a mark of
his majesty's apprKinilon of th» ambsissador's
WtrvUxJi at St. il.i 1 . • rsburg In protecting Jap
anese property and Interims luring the trying
period «>f tho outbreak of the Russo-Japanese
War. Mr. McCormick probably will ac««-pt the
aor upon his retirement in Marth. ,\Vhilo th.
ctrdT which the ambassador Is to receive is not
mentioned, it is understood to be the Rising
Bim «f ih<- first < last
CONFLICTING NEWS OF THE SHAH
l.on>; ••.. Der. I^.— An official telegram received
here ••-■]■!>• from Tfheran Kays th" Shah is
Flightly iK-ttf-r io-dny. and that it is regarded as
likely that he will liv^ another creek.
it. Petersburg. IV-.-. IH— IMsputch.es r«-oeived
here from Teheran to-day say that the Shah i?
•■' the jioint of death. Th<! accession of his
successor. J'rince AH Alirza. is expoctod to meet
n<> ojrpOEIUoTU; Oreat Uritain and Russia are
acting in concert in this matter.
Teheran, Dec. ! B.— Prince All Mlrza indiff
ran! - denies that he is oppos<-d to the national
parliament '" the grant of a constitution. In a
letter to a leading priest, who is also a member
nf jjarllament. the prince emphatically says that
he has always b<en ar.d always will be in favor
at rer^rnif ar.d progress, and can always be de
r^nded ui«n. to fuUanr? the welfare of the
EDUCA TIOS COXFER EXCE.
Rritish Part if Leaders U*Mc to
Reach Agreement on Bill.
London. Dec. 18. — Conferences were held to
day between the political leaders of hoth houses
of Parliament in an endeavor to reach an agree
ment on the Kducation bill, but W«re without re-
Hult. They will be resnmofcl to-niorro\v. In con
soqu^nro of the conference the debate on the
nsesjßßre ta the House of Lords was postponed.
London. Per. 19. — Rome of the I'nionict news
papers tnis iiuirnine pleefully describf the Edu
<-ation bill as practically dead. Sir Alexander
Acland Hood, the Unionist whip, said late Inst
niKht: Tha Mil ip not dead, but it is certainly
on h milk diet. "
The Liberal newspapers accuse Mr.*Tlalfour of
deliberately trying to wreck the chances of a
compromise.
THE FAMINE IN ( 7/ / AM.
Hundreds of Thousands Starving- -
Rebellion Crushed.
Shanghai. Pec. 18.— The famine in Kiang-Su
is growl np worse. According to trustworthy re
ports received here five hundred thousand destl-f
tutt- persons are encamped at Trin-Kian-Su, and
many have arrived at Wanking.
The rebellion In Kiang-8e has been crushed.
THE FUTURE OF PERSIA.
Sir Lepel Griffin* View— No Fear
of German Bank.
London, Dec. l&— Presidinc at a meeting of
th-- Imperial Rark of Persia held here to-day
Pir I>r"'l Henry Griffin said he believed that
All Mirza. the heir apparent to the throne, was
a man of strong character, and that when he
ascended the throne he \'"uid show more
strength ir tli<- administration of his country
than had been seen in the :a^t few years. Too
much most not be expected of tho new con
stitution. One of its aims to start n national
hank and raise $5«>.O0O.OU0 to pay off foreipn
loans— was ridiculous, and one which could have
been put forward only by people absolutely
• of 'his s'rt of bus!
Persia, sir Uepel added, would never recover
and tak*> her position among the powers of the
world unless ph. resolutely changed her methods
l>y pl:,< Ing herself In the hands of competent
financial advisers and getting the strongest na-
I re assistance she could find. Ho did not fear
the German project of founding a bank In Per
sia, because the Imperial Hank had the sole
rieht to issue notes, and Germany would lose
20 per ct nt nn all th.- capital introduce.! into
Persia in consequence of the rate „f exchange.
GREAT GOLD NUGGETS FOUND.
One of 967 Ounces Discovered In Australian
Field.
Melbourne, Dec 18 Several bi? po',l !iujreei<s
were discovered recently near Tarnagulla, and
two were found yesterday weighing respectively
M 7 and I7S ounces, the largest seen In Australia
in forty years.
SELECT COMMITTEE ON WIRELESS.
Great Britain Will Inquire Into Recent Con
vention at Berlin.
London. Dec. 18. — The British government his
promised to appoint a select committee to in
quire Into the proposals embodied in the wire
less telegraph convention, recently held in Ber
lin* previous to ratification. This decision was
I • vhate in the House of Commons
to-day Sir ESdward s.issoon, Liberal-Unionist,
moved that. In view of the experiinont.-U, unde
d condition of rttdio- telegraphy, the House
regarded with apprehension any engagements
ring the i ompi< te freedom of action of the
state. S|r Bdward contended that Great Brit
•-d "played second Bddle to Germany, at
onfereaoe." and that, having an efflcieni
system, this ought not to be dlspos
■ ot' its un . lestioned iiiitial advantage,
Confusion, the speaker asserted, must result
f;-<~>m an Interchange of messages between the
• -r.t systems. Tli*- Inevitable result of the
convention would be to encourage foreign coun
tries to collect information regarding the dispo
sition of Great Britain's wireless arrangements
around the coast. While <;reat Britain was on
fti<-!iri!y terms with Germany, she could not
overlook the enormous sacrifices which the lat
ter country was making to build up :. navy.
Postmaster General Buxton, in reply, said
that the British delegates to the wireless tele
graph conference b;i<i obtained al! that they
were instructed to get but as the convention
would noi be ratified for some time, there was
no harm In appointing a committee to inquire
into the natter.n atter.
OPPOSITION TO PURE FOOD BILL.
British Government Considering,- Effect of
Measure on Whiskey Trade.
London. De< 18.— The Foreign Secretary, Sir
Edward Grey, answering a question pm by Mr.
Younger. Conservative, In the House of Com
mon* tn-dav. whether the government's atten*
Uon had be« n ailed to the effei ta of I
of ih>- United States Bur. F.o.i bill on the
whiskey trade ■•( this fountry, owing to the la< k
of a recognized standard here, and whether an.
thinp could be d<>!,.- to obtain a suspension of the
law until the questions now being discussed
were decided, said that the Bril \ tassadoi
at Washington hud i"-- n ,!sk.-<l to report on the
Th.- Secrei I 1 on >■■■•-!, i
of the ambassador's report the government
would on, if any, could he
taken in the Interests of Britisl trade
Mr. Cpunger is hair nan of George Younger &
Sons, bn ■• f AU - otland, and pn
■ ons I Unloi of Conser ative As
lions ir B ■
HOPE FOR GERMAN TARIFF TREAT
Conservative Party Leaders Urge Friendly
Relations with America.
B--> Hi : .. i*» 'i !k Bptrlt shown bj the
American tariff rommissioners In their Inquiry
■ ris«!y whai ti:<- German government de
sires, na< caused the German commia loners to
feH confident that an under»tandln| <-.. far
I ■ . „;■ a tariff war must be
I'd. will !■< reached. The Conservative'
papers bavi i . d their tone toward the
I States ag of the < 'ontu rvatlve
memberg of the Eteicbstag I both <'ount
v.'!. K.i it/ :in«i Count utn Btolberg, the leaders
■ . • ■ ■ - h- duty o! <be i !on
i the lnt< it of a mutually
;■ ;:.:. arrang«men< with the
the most ;• lendly political
relations with i i- Oermany's
vlem ■ • ■ take in noi only the
European etatet bul that great power In the
w- Urn H< mlsphere M
TRIAL OF CAPTAIN COLE AT MANILA.
Manila. Dec. 18.— The cqurt martial of Captain
Cole, accused of irregularities while in the Quar
termaster'a department hen». was held at Fgrt
Santiago to-day. Captain Cole was defended
l.y Ueu tenant n. w. Attorns", bo entered ■ plea
in bar or trial, nnd ♦nii.iii ,v the accused ofll
<<:s former waiver of the statute of limitation.
MORE TROOPS NEEDED AT TANGIER.
Madrid. Dee IS.— King Alfonso to-day assent
ed to the ratification by Spain of the Algeciras
convention on Moroccan reforms.
The "Heraldo' Bays the Minister of Marine
has received a demand for one thousand rein
tor « n»eni at Tangier. : v • :; Zi
NEW- YORK DATIA' TRTBUSE. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER If). IQOfi.
Dr. Lyon's
PERFECT
Tooth Powder
Cleanses and beautifies ■ the
teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
, PREPARED BY . ■
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FRANCE LESS STIRRED.
Parliament Likely to Agree to the
Cabinet's Wishes.
Paris, Dec. 18.— The Cabinet to-day, among
other formalities, decided not to separate into
several bills the amendments to the Separation
law of 11105, which were read in the Chamber of
Deputies on December 15 by M. BrA.nd. Minister
of Public Worship and Instruction, and then
were sent to committee.
The committee this evening agreed to abMe
by the Cabinet's wish not to press the question
of treating recalcitrant priests as subjects of a
foreign power until its preliminary examination
of ihe clauses of the entire measure, except Ihe
one relating to pensions and allowances of the
clergy, an agreement on which was left over, has
been completed.
i laaes of actual resistance to the authorities
charged with taking over ecclesiastical edifices
under the Separation law of 1006 are rare. The
use of troops has been necessary thus far oniy at
Le Va!. Department of the Var, where the stu
dents barricaded themselves in the seminary. A
more determined attitude is anticipated relativo
u> persona] property, in the hands of the vestry
treasurers, which should be deposited with the
sequestration agents before to-ftiorrow. The
treasurers are expected to yield to a show of
fore.'.
Cardinal Lecot. Archbishop of Bordeaux,
termed the summons served on him as "barbar
ouf and cowardly."'
Applications for permission to hold religious
meetings under the law of ISSI have now been
made In behalf of thirty-two out of seventy-one
Pails churches.
If. Vlviani. the Minister of Labor, is installing
the Ministry ■>! Labor of the former episcopal
palace.
TEACHERS QUELL PAXIC.
March Frightened Children to
Safety When School Takes Fire.
The coolness and efficiency of the teachers of
the Vandewater street school yesterday after
noon prevented a panic and probable loss of life
when the building was found to be on tire. There
«rere eight hundred children in the different
schoolrooms when the fire alarm rang. In
stantly the children seemed terror stricken, and
some of them started in a rush for the doors.
Th«- teachers acted promptly and efficiently, and
within six minutes they h;id every child out of
the building, marching them in regular fire drill
formation.
The Maze, which did but slieht damage, start
ed in the storeroom on the ground floor. There
are ■■niy two entrances to the schoolhouse. with
in c few feet of each other. Had the tire burned
through the storeroom it would have cut off
means <>f *-xit by the main entrance. leaving
only th'^ smaller one— two and a half feet wide
ami a large loss of life would have been the al
mosi Inevitable result. The teachers have uru'-d
that the building be remodelled, providing more
stairways and entrances.
A RAID IN A FURNITURE VAN.
N. Y. U. Sophomores , Lasso Freshmen at
Hotel Chelsea— Arrested.
All day yesterday there was an air of inno
■ ■■■• and lack of care about the freshmen of
New York University that could have been seen
even by a senior, and the sophomores, always sus
picious, quickly made up . their minds that some
thing was the matter. One after another of the
old^r men went up to some freshman with the
hand of fellowship extended, and some such
preetinp as, "Say, old man, I've got a couple of
seats for ;i good show to-night Don't you want
to come along?" only to be greeted by an embar
rassed refusal. . . ■■• ..
II was enough to m;<k.~ assurance doubly sur<».
and when about t> o'clock, freshmen began to
leave ths campus, singly and clad In everyday
and sweaters, they little suspected that
iho eyes of sneering sophomores followed them and
that th< well kept secret of the Uate of their flrst
• TVi!.- OUt.
The sophomores liir.fi a big furniture \an. and
a^ ■■! f Their -pl< s r>i":'i''ii that the din
ner was to 11«»1 1«» li'l'i :U the Hotel Chelsea, drove
down there and began i" lasso every man who
• . enter. After tiny had taken thirteen
prisoners thej lass 1 one who showed flght :ind
the ropes. 11. was giving ■ good account of
■ . unfeeling policeman came along
,n him in. He gave his name is Smith, but
of iiis classmates later asked at tb»» ponce
Btation to *<■>■ a prisoner named Elsenarth, wnp
v is .' guard on the 'varsity football team iast fall.
SAILORS DISCUSS BRUNSWIGS DEATH.
Acted on Impulse, Thinks One— Logical
Thing to Do. Says Another.
Probably not since the burning of the ?>rtb Gei
mun Lloyd piers In Hobokeii has a tragedy of. the
?»n l>e< :i more widely discussed in dipping i Itch a
than the grounding on Monday of the rieamer
Prinzessin Victoria L.vi» on the reefs of Port
Royal and the nubsequent suicide of ii' master.
Groups of men in th Maritime ExcliAnge, in
steamship offices and even in the sailors' boarßing
houses In Cherry street talked quietly yesterday of
the death of Captain Brunswig, the German skip
per, who made his iir>t and last blundea In the
service of the Hamburg-American Une.
All the lore of the sea was dragged to the sur
facp yesterday by the "men o' the sea," and there
was as good pWk»sophj in Cherry street as there
wsih at the .Maritime Exchange.
The maaier of a deep wr.trr rreighti who will
sail within a fortnight for the Orient, dropped into
the exchange yesterday. The side of his cabin is
a wall of books, and he reads much whin the chlfl
officer Is on the bridge. .This skipper knew Captain
Brunswig, and he was not surprised at his net.
"Captain BruiiswlK wan a man of Impulse," he
said. "He light quickly. Captains have to think
and act quickly; it's part of th. training at s»-a.
Hi- i. ■■; was on the reef. He was on the l>rt i^e at
the time and he did not consider an explanation
possible. Brunswig did the right •! ln« for Bruns.
wig. I know captains who would have faced any
ordeal just to live, but a man of Captain Bruns
wiii's temperament : ■ aid •!• v. have lived down
a great blunder.*,'
A well known marine Insurance man considered
thai Captain Brunswig did the most logical thing
In t.Mklii^' his life. He said: 1' : laps none knew
better than the unfortunate captain that the »team
ship companies, 's a rule, show little consideration
for errors at sea when the lives of pasaengerß and
man] millions of dollars are at stake. Captain
Brunswig probably felt that the efforts of a life
time h;ul suddenly •■■line to naught."
MRS. C. R. M'SHERRY ASKS DIVORCE.
JBy Telegraph "■• The Tribune !
Frederick, Md., Dee. Vs.— Mrs. Cornelia Ringgold
McSherry (lied suit for dlvorro to-day from her hK»
band, J, Roger McSberfy, who is the son of Chief
Justlct sii.iry. of the Maryland Court of Appeal «
and u^.-- twice secretary of 'the state Senate. i;. |j H
well known attorney and one of tin- counsel for the
Baltimore I Ohio Railroad. Mrs McSherry la a
member of the well known Frederick family. They
were married In ISM and have Bye children. M rH .
McSherry has also til.v! a suit for damages against
Mrs. Henley, divorced wife of Jamas Henley, for
alienating the affections of her husband.
•NAT" HERRESHOFF SLIGHTLY BETTER.
Bristol, R. i., Dec. IS.— The condition of Nathaniel
G. Herreshoff. the- yacht flsslsjisr. who was severely
burned last Sunday, was slightly improved to-d U y
Hiß sari] recovery la looked for by his physicians!
Upholstery Department.
(Third Floor— Fifth ATenue )
We have made extensive reductions in the
following goods, suitable for Christmas presents: —
Lace Bed Sets t
for Single and Full-sized Bedsteads with d^ep
ruffle and bolster-piVce at
$4-7 5> $7-s°, $10.50, $15.00 each
value V* & more.
Embroidered L v shions.
About 100 Richly Embroidered Cushions
at exactly one-half the original prices,
from $3.00 to $5.50 each,
formerly $•". 00 to $11 00 each.
Mantel Lambrequins.
A varied assortment of Embroidered
Silk Lambrequins, ranging in price from
$2.75 to $10.00 each.
Colors: White, Nile. Blue, Rose, Crimson, Maize, Green,
Terra-cotta and Olive.
Lord & Taylor
Broadway and aoth St.; sth Aye.; 19th St.
MUST GIVE ACCOUNT TO WIFE.
Er. Krauss Must Not See Second Spouse
Without Permission from First.
Vice-Chancellor Pitney signed an «-rder In New
ark. X. J., yesterday, compliance with which will en
able Dr. Gustav A. Krausa, who has been in the
Hudson County Jail for a year to regain his free
dom. Th« vice-chancellor's order makes It obligatory
upon Dr. Krauss to keep his wife continually in
formed of his whereabouts and to Rive an itemized
account of all his business transactions to her
every six months.
The doctor Is not to see the serond wife, whom
he married after obtaining a Dakota dlvorro. which
the New Jersey courts declared void, without the
consent of the first Mrs. Krauss for each visit.
Robert S. Hudepfeth, counsel for Dr. Krauss. suc
ceeded in having inserted In tlie agreement a clause
specifying that Mrs. Krauss shall never enter Into
any suit based upon her original marriage relations
with the doctor, the intent being to prevent any
further action against th,e second wife for aliena
tion of affections.
DEFEATED NEGRO WILL ASK RECOUNT.
Chicago, Dec. IS Ferdinand L. Garnett. Assist
ant States Attorney, who was the only Republican
candidate defeated in the recent election of mu
nicipal court judges, tiled a petition with the Clerk
of the County Court to-day In which he asks a
recount of tbe votes". The petition recites that
Barnett, who is a Negr", was duly riveted tn the
office, but that he waa fraudulently counted out by
the election judges.*
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MIXIATURE ALMANAC.
Eunrise 7 Sunset 4:3» Mann sets Moon's as» 3
, HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Sandy Hook 10:1*, (Jov Island 10:40. Hell Gate 12:33
P.M.— Band] Hook ll:oi>iGov Island 11:23] Hell Gate 1:18
W I RE LJSBB REPORTS.
Th« Majestic, which report»<l to Sable IslanJ at 9:20
a m yesterday, when 200 miles east of that station. Is
expected to dock about Sam to-morrow.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
Vessel. From. Line.
•Amsteldyk Rotterdam, December 8. ..Holland-Am
•Furne?»ia . .. Glasgow, December 8 Anchor
Sicilian Prince Palermo, December 5 Prince
Annrnlan Liverpool, Decemlier 7 White star
Lampasas CJalvtston. December 12 Mallory
•i" der Grosae Bremen, December 9 X G Lloyd
Kontg Albert St Michaels, December 13.. N G Lloyd
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 20.
•Majestic Liverpool. December 12. White Star
Pennsylvania Plymouth. Dfcernb^r 11. . . Hamb-Am
Italia Gibraltar. December » Anchor
Barcelona Hamburg. Decembat V ... Hamb-Am
Soperpa Naples. Noveniber 3l>
City of Macon Savannah. December 17.... Savannah
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21.
•Kaiser Wilhelm 1 1. Bremen. December 14 ..N G Lloyd
•Prlna E Frledrli-h..KlnKston. December 15 . H.imb-Am
Hamburg Naples. l>ecember 9 Hamb-Am
El Dla <;. i- -■-',: Dc«cmtcr IS ... So Pactttc
El Sift!. i. . N>w Orleans, December 16. .So Pacifle
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22.
•Philadelphia. Southampton, December 15. . Americatf
•I'rnJbria Liverpool. December IS Canard
•Amerika Hamburg. December i:;... Hamb-Am
•I«. Prorenfce. Havre. December is French
Mlnni-haha London, December 13. .Atlantic Trans
Nuecs Galvesti>n. Decembrr 18 Mallory
City of Atlanta Savannah, niter lit. .. .Savannah
•Brines mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
;•• i i >.\ v
Veaaa]
Vessel. For Line. , Ma " i '.is« sal's.
Baltic, Liverpool, White P:ar ... '. . . j. :Mam 8:00 a
B*rinudlan. Bermuda. Quebec .. . t»:iu> a m ll:ot>Hin
Altai. Jamaica, Maml>-Ain 12:00 m 2:<>> p m
Ryndam. Rotterdam, Holland Am.... — — - 7:o<>am
Comus. New Orleans, So fa.' Hi' — i: 1 mi m
San Marcos. Ualvestor Mallory 3:CiOpni
Princess Anne. Norfolk, <>M Dominion 't:<ii>pin
Olinda, Nuevitas. Hanson
THURSDAY, 'DECEMBER •_•<•
La Tooralne, Havre, French 7:(»> a m Human
HelllK Olav, rhristianaand Stand Vm. ft::inain 12:0i> m
Monterey, Havana Ward »:fM>am 3:U>pm
Matanzas. Tampici>, War. l 3:oApm
El P.io. f.alv.-ston. So Pacific : . :; mi ;, ..,
JamenUiwn, Norfolk. Old Dominion.'... — — 3:t">pm
Kansas City, Savannah, Savannah . - :: m M ,
FRIDAY. IK :Ml!Kit 21.
Silvia. Newfoundland. Red Cro?» ft i.. am 12:0 tim
Prinz N'ederlanden Hayti.«l> IV I .ll:«Oam
Alllanra, Colon, Pananu ' 1 ::u» a m :: im< ■■ m
ThnrnMil, Bio Janetr... Brazilian 13:00 m "•:<>(■{, ',',,
Kayamo. Santiasn.. V anl. .. ... i-,,,. „ m
Lampanas, Brunswick, Mai lory .' - ■;\c», ; , r ,
Comanehe, Charleston. Clyde -i — 3:M pn
TRANSPACIFIC MAIL?.
Destination ■ :..i ateoßvi ••;...-.(» in S*vi York.
Jai>i;r. ■ cepi parcels i»«i mails), i 'orea,
China and Philippine Is'ands (via
Vancouver nod" Victoria, ''• Cj— Em—
».r«ss of In.Si., To-day. r.;i»> -, hi
Japan, Cire-i nn.l I'hinu 'spet'lally ad
oresafd 'only), 'via Tac-oma)— Antl-
N< a '■''■■■ ' ■ ■ ■ West) Dec. "'' R:00 p m
Nf.v /ra.nn 1. \iir.trn'la t • > .i < ept TVe*t>. '
»w Cale.inr.ia. Samoa. Hawaii and
Fiji Isiani's <vi:i Sin Franrl*,—i> _
s "" m ' ■ Deo. 2:". 12:30 a m
TahUi an.l tlarqUeaas 1 'vMs ivia San
FrancUcov— Marlpmw Dec. 2«. 12 M a m
Hawaii. •■:..;■.< Pblltppinn island* tad
itpecially aUdrw*e>l mall fm- Japan au>i
<"orea <via San' Francisco) — Nippon
M " ' ■ • Dec. 24. 12:30 a m
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1908.
AIMU\ BO
Hteanier cllnde (•Jen. sti -ker Santos Nwember 25
Hi r.i.i « December !• ami &t 1 aria t". to l';.;i.-h (•:.!>.. £
'" with 4 passenger*, mails and m-!s~. Arrived at th*
Bar at .'! p in.
Siianiir M.ir'o Castle. Downs, Havana December 15. to
James X Waul \- c... with W 4 m»!>i<enKers malls „,..!
m«l»« Arrived ut the Bai .' ->'><• a in.
Steamer NarraK3nsetl ■'••■. .-.,.; i London December I.
to I'hlUp Ruprrcht. in l>alla-«t. Arrived at the Bar at
!t:lf> a m ■
Si.amer Prtni WaMemai (Gen. Wintzer, Port Union
Dn-einber Id Kingston 12 and Fortunw Island 14. to ths
lUir.l.iirK American I.:. with .V, cabin paaaeasera mails
an.J nids*-. Anl\.ii hi th» Bar at r. •_•! i a in. ' •
Steamer Suram it:n. Hockeit, Newport. Kneland. Da
ceniber I, to Philip P.upret-ht. in ballast. Arrived at th«
Bar at s p m <l"th».
Steamer I'rlnctfits Anne. Tapley. Newport News and
Norfolk, t.j th« Old Dominion la Ob, with pa*f»-nKeri» ami
tndse. Off Hicblands u» 2:44 p m.
Steamer El Paso, Know lea, Galveatnn I>eeeraber 12 to
il .■ *;>iuthfin Pa*-mc C\j. with mdse Passed in Quaran
tine at ? a mi. . .
Htoamer Navahoe. Hale. *iei>rtetown. S C December 13
via Wihl Ington N C. 15. to the Clyde. 8s Co. with mds»>
Passed in UMarantiaa nt 7.3' a m.
Steamer fceetaad. frum Antwerp Off the llßhtshtp at
SWpm. ■
Steamer 'Zeeland <Rr). Broomhead. Antwerp December
0. to the ltd Star Line, with passen«trs and mdse. An
chored In Quaruntina IO p m
Sandy Hook. Dec 18, &.*> p m— Wind north, fr«sh
treeje; ■-!•«■
SAILED. '
Btaamata. Psnnrmla iltn. f.,r Uverponl via gueena
towa; ilai.r.,.>-r I'i-'rj. Uaiu.iioro. Solatad iNor). rarar-
Amusement*.
UrUf lUCTrDnill rlf> VTKE. W 42 ?t Ev< «:15.
nLIT AmulLnuQlll Mats. Wed. and Sat.. 3:15.
TO-DAY Mat. Best B«ar 9 11.30. Xtra Mat. Xmaii.
RICHARD CARLE ?SnaSx~!
DEC. 31. Thompson & :>.-•.:■ will present
BREAVSTER'S MILLIONS. Seats on pa;-.
BROADWAY THEATRE. B-way and list St.
DnllHUTf Ml Evkj S:10. Mat. Sat.. 3:19.
RECORD I WW 'ANNA W"v.
BREAKING I U "Wr* W I B
SENSATION. I JFI, |J^ |^ JL^
MfJ % PARISIAN MODEL
MIPS HELD'S Great Dress Songr at «:20 and 2:20.
XTRA r MATINEES^^ t^h-s d dXt
I IRFPTV THEATRE. 42d St. near B'way.
LIDCKI 1 v ( h *:15. Mat. Sat.. 2:13.
4TH MONTH. Extra Mat* \m.i» & New Year's.
Fl FA NOR ! THE OIKL
LLLMINUn who has
RDRQHM EVERYTHING.
nUDOUIN By Clyde Fitch.
All season In repertoire at this theatre.
nil V'O Thea.. B'way A 30th. Evs. Ml
L/ML.T O Mats. To-day. Sat. a. Tsi— . 2:15.
yrUJ VfIQK THEATRE. B'way. 45th. Eves. 8:13.
nLII lUnIV Mata. To-day and Sat. B*-»t Seats SI.
XTRA MATS. XMAS AND NEW YEAR'S.
LEW DOCKSTADER
AND HIS GREAT MINSTRELS.
MANHATTAN P pm " olsE>
1 * ** ** ** «• * A #*m ftith »t.. near Sth aye.
SEASON OF GRAND OPERA.
OS'-AR HAMMER3TEIN Dlr»ctor
TO-NIGHT at B—Verdi's8 — Verdi's AIDA. Mm»s Rus*.
Dl Clsnerog; MM. Basal. Ancona, Arlmondl. Mugnoi.
Tec hi. Conductor. Campanlnl.
FKJ.. DEC. 21, at B—Donizetti'*8 — Donizetti* I.CCI.V DI
UMMER.MOOR. Mmes. P!r.k»rt. Severlna; MM
Bond. Mlnolfl. Mwnoz. , Venturing Taeekl Con
ductor. campanarl.
SAT. MAT.. DEC. li. at I:3o— Bizet's CARMEN.
Mm*a. Bressler-Glanolt Glllbf-t. Trentlni. Gta
ronia. MM Dalmorfs. Renaud. Glllb«rt. I>ad.ii.
Brag. Reschlgllan. Conductor. Campanlnl.
SAT. EVE.. I>EC. 32. at « ( third of the series of
popular Saturday evenlnc performances; 73c. to II)
— Gounod's FA I" ST. Mines Donalda. Giaconla.
L«»Jeune: MM Altchersky. Ancona. Arlmondi. Fos
setra. Conductor. Campaninl
SCN. EVE.. DEC. 23. at «:30 — THIRD GRAND
SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT AT POPULAR
PRICES. Conductor. Campanarl.
MOV DEC. 54. at *— Donizetti's I.I'CIA DI
M.MMERMOOR. Miles. Plnkert. s»T«rtaa; MM.
Bond. Mtnolrt. Muynoz. Venturlnt. Tecchi. Con
ductor. Campanari
TIES., DEC. 25. at B— Verdi's AIDA. Mmes
Ru»s. Dl Clsneros; MM Bassi. Ancor.a. Arlmondi
Tecchi. Conductor. Campantni.
WED.. DEC. 16. at S— Bizet's CARMEN. Mtu-b
Bressler-Glanoll. Donalda. Trentinl. Glaoonla- MM
Dalmores, Renaud. Gllib*rt, Daddl. Mu?noz"
R«-soht«;llan. Conductor. Campanini
FRI.. DEC. 28. at S— Verdi's TKOVATORE. Mm»«
Itaaav M CTsimilS. Zaccarta; MM. PalnwrM. Ancona.
Venturlnl. Conductor. Campanarf
SAT. MAT.. DE( . 28. at 1:30 — Verdi's RICO-
I.KTTO. Miles. Plnkert. Severina. Zaccaria, Gia
conla: MM Bond, Renaud. Arlmondi. Musrnoz. Fas>
setta. Iteschlßllan. Venturing Ci>nd.. Campanini
SEAT SALE FOR XMAS WF.KK OPENS TO
MORROW <THfRSI>AY) MORNING AT ».
MANHATTAN "~t, *££* «j *'
TO-MORROW NIGHT AT S:bS.
WILTON LACKAYE "SSI^J
ASTOR f:- i.'A.iv. «sth si mrmm. S:M :
MOl UK Mata Ta .la. . Sat A- x,,
The Daughters of Men I &£■•
GARDEN THE RE - -~t* and Madl^n Av^.
» % **"- 11 ' Mats \\>d. & Sat.. | 13 Evs S M
LAST 4 NIGHTS I.AST « MATIN EKs" "
■•■••■ •-.■..■ ,r. Matinee This Afternoon at ;-"l5
•"Music that la exquisite." — w.>ki l>"
MADAM BUTTERFLY
PUCCINI'S 3-act GRAND OPERA XCVELTT
Grand Opera Chorus and Orchestra of SO*
XMAS MtiHT/ I STtDEXT KIN«; i To-morrow.
MMAS Mi.HT WTM«I M\..
ACAOEMV OK^S^ pH^^n d Ir v,n, PU
Wright Lo imer £*&%£
Prk-es :5c la $l.ftu. Mats. To-day * sat . 2. Eve. « iv
HAP^CTT Mats Thurs - Sat - and Xma*. 2.:0.
fIAVaU 1 I F.v*.. »:30. 0 n » a Cf-L| In Th*
Thea. St., W. of B'way. nUoS 0 LuUI Chorus Lady.
BIJOU r? lst St " & Broadway. LAST
- I—•*1 — •* - 1 - '-' *■ — ' **-"' Ev». «i : 1 5. Mat Sat WFF-'IC
MAY IRw I N " »u£vnßSS:
HENRI de f TS.'
in the Success ful l*!ay. | SKATS NOW
th ■ DOUBLE LITE. : billijsg
rV"; ih r : , ii" B^'! "" uMn> {W*l«i Maxtann* (Avatt
Ihila.lelphla: chalm*tt«\ Calveslon: Pherhus >Gt r > Flush -
Ins;; Torch i»;ei >. Rr*r.u-n; Aurora iNorX Philadelphia
lJHWror.l .Nor, Norfolk: HamHtOD Norfolk «n.l N ,,;..,* t
\.»« . ity ■•'■ C hUßbus, S;l- i-r.i!,
*'" ■•■■' ■ Arapaho*. rh:irl,-ston an.l Ja.k^nvtlle; ravaa
•■■■-• r
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN >•>;:*>
fowntanro. Wo is. noon— Arrival gtra-ivr r*.— ».
(U 3 n». Hon.;.!. N>, v York <la OM.sttan^pO "
Na^'es. Leo 1--The report-M * a |l| lu i^i-fhi 5 of th »
:. . >*£
• Br». .«•„,«,.. N , w v "—• ,-^.,,.r
""Sag** ■ «:\v,.";s:.
""'t' 1:;,,..',-:,, t ™ ■•■■•«..»». *..
>ih 'rUud',rNe;~Yn r v"- * t ~ n *7 '*- "^ IDotd*
""w^«?^;i^?:^i «««>*» in-lrawmha OW
«;ibral -r iw Is \ lv ","" tapo "' for "°"X K«|. *«
•<:er> V.lter \Vv v -, *'""""• K».-nl«ln LuUr
Mal>-». >iv V.. t u »'"'"-■■ Jen.y CI W ,R,,.
T " Tr ; Vr V "** m " *"■"•"* '""■
l s,:\.^l\\;i::: —„«, ,
"w 'y^,, 1 -- 5111 " 3 - «•*»* Prances <Au,,>. 2,,.
Bclllv. De C iwii J/i ,, ff t r .am! Vlr .^ Ulh ," n<l Hombu nc.
Zacharla. bS^^S^^"? 1 lpr««umed. G«r>.
./ muxrwenU.
EMPIRE HKITK > Broadway and «!?
C 9H II 0 CXv,. h:l3. Mats. Trvrt.,, 4 Sa7 » ,« 3t -
JOHN DREW „„ B&£S-4^
MAUDE = ADAMS
XTtt.V'M.\TINr.ES XMAS a\O Sf \v Vtff
8K..1 ! MATS. WED. AND SAT*^*
s »ats for all p«-rf->rman<-*» on «al*. •
GißfliOK Ul ■ "
UST-Tflo WEEKS ■- U
WM. GILLETTE ««-."»--» p
XTRA MATINEE X^ToA^ 1^
HUDSOiN r 7, l^: l i w fi.t^^SJ
THE HYPOCRITES
\TR\ MATS. XMAS AND NIU TEAR'S DAT
SAVOY ™E.Vn tE - 34th St. - A Broad^T
3A VU I Eve g : I.V Mats. Thurs. and l3 7*
"A RealW Blc American Play." — World
THE MAN V.V,. HOUR
fiy O«rK» Broadh'irsr *
\TKA MATINKES \M.\H AND NEW TEAR'S
CRITERION IHKW^ m^t-^l^^
'""" :IVI LITTLE CHERUB
JAMES liI.AKEI.ET, TOM WI.SK and 74 OthTJ?
\r»:\ MATS. X.MAS AND NEW YEAR'S DAT.
11111 I inif'P Broadway ami 2Dth .Street.
IraLLAUR O Ev«rs «»:13. Maw. To-day 1 Sat.2:li
SAM BERNARD hk. iio.';<-kVi7k IMER
\l.\ mats, xmas and new year* DAI
KNICKERBOCKER. Broadway and 33th St.
Evenlncs h:li Mats. To-<lav ani Sat.. 215
MONTGOMERY & STONE uk,-^
XT i; V >f\TINKK- XMAS AND NEW YEAR?
LYCEUM 43th Bt - East of B'way. Evgs. <li
Ll wtUm Matinees Thurs. and Sat . z.ii
Vk'u^^ a the lion i x mouse
HIPPODROME
Dally Mats.. 25c. to *1- --..-.. to tl 34.
Most Stupendous Production Ever 9«ea.
NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER
SII'KEMK NOVELTY OF THE CENTCRY
IN WHICH 25 PEOPLE
DISAPPEAR IN REAL WATER.
35 ST PIONEER DAYS
SSL, LIBERATI p^g.^
LYRIC ■-.I"- West oI B'way. TeL H4« Brjial
LI nIW E%grs. H:ls. Mats. Bat.. X.-nas. N. Trs. ;u
MRS. FISKE yVr'k "l p r.»
PRINCESS 1 Tel. 214S Mad. Evsfs. 8:J(>. Jtiu
B'way & i Thurs. Sat. and New Tear's. •■•»■»
MAK<;\lCr.r I The Great ( HENRY
A.NGLIX I Hlvidr MILLER
Special t To-day and Frtasv, 2:15
Matinees | ALtA NAZIMOVA In IIEDD.V '.\BT.E»
II ICQTiO B ■* a: ' * 59th St. Tele. JSOO— C<H»
mAuLullU -yes. S:li. Mats. To-day i Sat. S5
E h t k THE LIGHT ETERNAL S^
NEXT ! HENRY WOODRUFF I Seat*.
WEEK ! BROWN OF HARVARD iTo-momw.
r»|JJ U...1J Oft Bway A ST.th. Tel. 24.»3-*»«.
Fields' Herald Sq. Mas* Sat. A X.W2-II
THE OKEAT DECIDE and ABOCT TOWS.
CASINO. By. 39th. Mats. Thur.. Bat Xmu N T-i
JAMES T. POWER:* In THE BLCE MOON.
LINCOLN SQ. |lar*^2f H T r DnH
B'way. 68 St. Eve. s:l3. 1 the max on rax BOX
GRAND M tLTTol. ay HIS HONOR thiui
I.ULUIIIHL . BROOK Llaton *Uw
l«l Mat. Dally, IS--. ; i»n«-e. Alri.l- Capttalne. eumi
II UIIIDDl I**1 **"7'" 7 ' Mr - AJh^rt CHEVAim
ALHAMBRA
HLilMlll UIIH ;,,- h^li. 1 1 Tmv!MH>
HAMMERSTEIN'S L^B«af
Daily fcl UK W. R. G. Knowlea. Genaro »aJ
Mats. 'Bailey. Frank Bush. 12 Navajo Glr!«, A*
230.. -ioc. i Ntzhtons. Grade .- ~.r.- tt «c Co.. .:.>•.««.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOI'SE.
, To-nUht at i, LOHENGRIN— .-. — -Ed»l, K'.rVit-
Lunn: Burrlar.. Goritz. Bias? Muh!mann. Cond.. Hen
Fri. Evg-.. Dec 21. at ■>. AIT - — Boninsegna 'dtivi,
', Kirkby-Lunn; Caruso, s^tracciari. Plane •-.. Muhlatm
! ParolL Conductor. Vlgna.
Sat. Mat.. Dec. 27. at 2. LA DAMNATION* B2
' FAUST Farrar; Roua.wllere. Plan Chalznin. Bate
I Aerien. Conductor. Vlsna.
Sat Evfr.. Dec. 22 (popular prlces>. a- B—LCCIA8 — LCCIA C!
LAMMERMOOR — Sembrlch, Sim- (debut); Dij»«.
: Stracciari. Journet. Conductor. Vl^na.
SUNDAY EVG.. DEC. Z3 (popular price<i>. at S:IJ.
GRAND SCNDAY NIGHT CONCERT.
Soloists: Mmes. Fremstad. Homer: M- Van- Roar,
! and the eminent pianist. Mr. Morltz ROSE>THAL
i Entire Met. Op. House Orch. '""r..!. Mr. Nahaa '
Hob E\ar Dec. 24. at S. FEDORA— Cavall»rt Altss; ,
Caruso. ScotM. ParoU. Mublmans. Dufriche, Bag»
i Conductor, Vi&na..
Wed Bra*.. Deo. IS. at R. LA DAMNATION DE
FAI'ST — Farrar; Roua.»«! lt-re. Plancon, Chalmln. Eal!«t
Aerlfn. Conductor. Vl^na.
Frl. Eve.. Deo. •». at », LAMKK— S^mhrlch. T»co»v
Simeoli. Mi"'".l: Rouesellere. Journet. Sirnard. B»n ;
Conductor. Bovy.
The SALE OF PEATS for nest week's ifliiiaan n '■
beplns TO-MOr.ROVT »THt"RSDAY» at ■ A. sf.
WEBER PIANO r«;ED.
IDVlVni'l'^E THEATRE. Kv?ry Ev?. i::»
lnVl.lU WIIU Thaller u~ St»(n's come*.
"Die yon Ho^^att^l"; Sat. Mat.. "Schneewltchea."
BELASCO THE.\TRE. 4?d St Et». J:li j
DLlirtJ^U Matinee Sat. i Xnaj at 1
David Belasco I THE DfICC OF RANGHO
presenu 1.-J-HUoC TUB KAnwnU
UADISON'SQ. Carlotta^;
M1 S S?!b S J; Carlotta Nilisoa
hi Xtra Mat. Xniaa. In THE 3 OF ti
WUCOT CUR *•»*■»«. Arbarkle i Mat. TO
ff CO 1 CHU The ■.>..■!? ■■'-■ -■■.■! PAY. A- .
j
CARNEGIE HAM.
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY of New York
Frt.. D»<\ tl, 2-30 P. M. .Sat.. Dor Ti, Jlj P. iL
\\A>SlL\ SArUNOM. coo****.
Soloist. BI Ki.-r VI I * Tenor.
i First Appearam-e This M >
rmsmm: Overture. "AnaorfAn," Cheroblnt CJirtJC- :
: mas Y.vn Suite. Rtnuiky-Korsakair. Overture, '■T»ai'
ha'.iser." SieKmund'B Love Sons; Introduction Id Af
••Meistentinser." Walth'?r*s Trize Soc<, R!da of th»
j Va Iky res, Wairner. ,
Box Office open daily from 9 '■> i.
CARNEGIE HAIX I 2nd IrACA Ifl
Thiin..lav EvenlnK. I Conoert IUCO. CM
RUSSIAN l _ hBl .
A :;;;rSCRIABINE
The noted Russian t'.->mp.>ser-V'.an!»t.
Box otSce open dal.y from 9 to i
ME I>». I -*<> II X ■*■>*.
' iua>t-n Thurs. Ktk . IV. .'•. •* 8:W-
Olive Mead Quartet
I'nunim. HATDX. Quartet. C maj^r: MOZ-^S^
String Trio: SCHVMASX, vju.rt-t. op. ♦!. !•* ■
Tickets. $1.50. at Officv Musical Art f*>clety. • *»*
I" St.. and at Box Orßc*. _
I/\P> ST. XU'HOLAS KINK. •:.:»>!. ST. * CM;
V/ d AYE. 3 Session* Ex Monday* Ada- * w>
Mi-VUNti. Skates free. „_ *
ST. PAUL VS POMr'KST TOOTIGHT.
CnCU I world in wav g\pst *****
Ml»*.K I Victor Andre', fe. and r»ikl»s »""^
Elections.
\ k:.e.;tiox or twenty ; »'°' J,
N-w York institution for th« Blind and of »^
i»sp^t..r» of election win »>• hel.! at *J2 *»**■
Stt.l Street an.l ?th A«n«». at four o cl<>c*. •»
afternoon of \\><!n*»«Uy. D««mhfr 19ta. lrm ■— T :
CHAKLES H MARSHALL. StcTttvj^
Proposals. .
j»nbrosALS k^r cumnsa .■^ t , t S^%^*
X Dvj>o t vjuartrrmi»ter» Utnc*. .«.' « "Vrr trtri***
York CU,. iwf. 17. U«*- -^I'J L'^SJSSS.-S
»übj«H:t to usual »-on<lillons. *iU b» ,!j cm CS* 3*3 *
until ,>no oVlch k P. M . rv.-. aJ. U** *^^ ;*; * Il**I I **
fur furnuhti. : and d«-l!vcrUi< at Ih* ***£?. iuJV*>^
*>„»*. Dr«s v .. without band*. - JTiL-jn"* *- m
Sorub : . •■ 2.^K *»■' *
all pro t M> S al« ,r jny part t^rrot. C'"!^"s« C«^
! m,r,-H.. ... t<« 5O per c«nt. If J »*-r~ of ds&<*s
m.v! rT. - ••» " '", aua«W "t
ir,H l , ) .f..n or inaauf^tun-. condlt lon» *»^ uoU *i J
PrK» , including In th*> prto» of '^*J.£ l i. -■**^^T . ''
n>i«nufactur*» th« duty iher*ou> "' ■ « JSoaaal *** ,^s
Sampir» 1U . 4 br »e^n *t and blanks for P*!*^,^ i> «»
i Information ull! b« furn!.*r;<M up.'t> ■ h* " 'T:
Offlc-. Kn\ elopes oooiatntns prpp>*«l» op**
l " r • ■ '" .^..TCi a*ara»"* -
at on* o-cUwk P. M-. We. i* t*S <^T T>*9>* *
. H. Miller, iv^^fv g M «>nt.raJ. X- »• ■* „,.
Urmn POINT. X. T. pb.bmbkk ■>• rf
>> Sealed ProposaU. «« "'p" c *'?;. \ JIOT. «J J?
here until IS o'clock noon. J 3 . 15 "^:. 3yst»s»- •^.'j
; construction si an > a * clrtc *L ! '??i, offici. TB f«V •
. >lru*in«» and «P«clncatlon» to tai> «»- , " rJ~,a»
• «• th« right to 4oc«pt •JJT, •^■i&* r
turninh^d Kp..n appllcaUcn. Addre«
t Mas. tr.K. VV«M Pomt. X. *>

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