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WILSON WILL .NOT RUN.
Princeton President Won't Let His
Name Be Used for Senntorship.
| Ivy Telegraph to The Tribune.!
Trenton, Jan. 14. — The Senator-ship atmosphere
rapidly getting heated. It premises soon to be
•uperheated. Scarcely anything else was discussed
'In the State House and the hotel corridors to
nigrht. but the rluwlin of a successor to Senator
. John F. Dryden. The Democratic situation sud
denly changed and It may now be perfectly clear
or tew complications may arise.
The caucus of the party on the Senatorship will
! b» held right after adjournment for the week to
> morrow, unless adjournment takes place too late
;In the afternoon. In that case It will be postponed
! until evening.
The absolute withdrawal of President Wood row
• 'Wilson of Princeton University, In a letter which
I b» wrot* on Saturday. Just before Bailing for Ber
! muda, to Charles C. Black, apparently leaves Col
i onel Stevens the only candidate on the Democratic
• aide. It Is rumored, however, that the friends of
' Smith will have put up some one In opposition to
' Stevens by the time the caucus convenes.
The story is that certain men. lined up with the
Essex County Democrats, charge that the party
: lost three counties last fall because of Stevens'
views on the use of money and his failure to con
tribute as liberally as behooves a candidate for
United States Senator. They are said to prefer
any one but Stevens for the place.
The Stevens l-cagup sent a letter to each of the
; thirty-seven Democratic members of the I^egig
< lature to-day requesting them to vote for Stevens
•end giving various reasons why they should. A
! «reat many prominent Hudson men signed the let
i ter, the first signature being that of Charlos C.
Black, the candidate for Governor two years ago.
; Among the names mentioned for a candidate, In
I place of Dr. Wilson. Is that of Edwanl Kenny,
• Mayor of Kearny.
The Republican situation does not seem to have
altered much here since the adjournment last
v«?ek. Benator Dry<^n did not appear, but his
trusted lieutenants were about the corridors. They
say they are as confident as ever. A careful can
vass of the votes shows that there are twelve Re
; publican members who will not sign the call for
the caucus. Whether they will attend a caucus
■ remains to be seen. No one-wishes to express an
opinion on that subject. There is a quiet but very
; firm belief in certain quarters that the Dryden
" People do not want to venture the issue of a call
«ntil they are sura of at least twenty-five names.
FAILURE FOLLOWS FAILURE.
©dell Cotton Mill Closes Down — Company
May Be Reorganized.
/ [Ft Telegraph to The Tribune ]
Charlotte, N. C. Jan. 14. — A telephone mfsspge
from Greensboro to-day says that the Oflell Mar.u
facuirine; Company, of Concord. X. C. a mllllon
dollar cottcn mill concern, has been placed in the
hands of a receiver. The assets are placed at Jl.
{Ki<r.ooo and the liabilities at $500,000.
The receivership is believed to be for reorganiza
tion purposes. The closing down last week of the
Southern and the Vermont cotton mills at Besse
mer City, In -which th% Odells were Interested, is
also believed to have had much to do with the re
ceivership of the Odell company to-day.
The complaint on which a receivership was or
dered by Judge Boyd at Greensboro was filed by
King &' Klmball. attorneys for th" National Dye
end Chemical Company, of New York City, who
are said to represent all of the remaining- creditors
of the Odell company.
MASHER LURED INTO A TRAP.
"Harlem Girl Made Appointment with
"Writer." Then Had Him Arrested.
William Johnson, who says he Is a writer and
lives at the Hotel Imperial, was fined $5 In the
Harlem police court yesterday for annoying Miss
Hattle Berko-^itz. a young woman, who lives at
Ko. 400 West Hcth street.
Mies Berko-wltt told the court that she first mci
"her second shadow," as she called the prisoner,
on a subway train several days ago. She said that
he had followed her around, called her up on the
telephone and annoyed her error since). She said
the only- time Johnson had rpoken to her face to
face was last Friday, when h<* apologized for star-
Ing at her*by declarinp she was bo pretty he could
rot help It. On advice of Police Captain Kreuscher
pli» mad* an appointment with him by telephone
and Im> was arrested.
Mips Berkowltz called an a witness her mother,
•who said Johnson had talked to her on the tele
phone, thinking- she was her daughter. Allen
Inters the telephone operator at the Imperial, said
>i« had heard Johnson ask for Miss Berkowltz sev
eral times.
Johnson raid his fine.' after assuring Magistrate
"Wah!» that he was a friend of several magistrates
end had never been arrested before.
STEEL STOCK TO EMPLOYES AT $102.
Highest Price Asked Yet for Preferred Un
der Profit Sharing Plan.
The United States Steel Corporation has prepared
a circular, to- be sent to erhplpyes, offering them
the privilege of subscribing to the preferred stock
at $102 a share. This Is the highest price that em
ploys, under the profit sharing plan, have been
asked to pay for the preferred stock. The lowest
■was $55, in 1304. Steel preferred closed in the mar
ket yesterday at MS%. '.
Up to date employes of the United States Steel Cor
poration have taken nearly 125.000 shares. They paid
for their stock about $9,800,000. The stock at pres
ent market* prices Is worth about $13,000,000.
E. H. Gary, chairman of the executive commit
tee, yesterday contradicted a report that the cor
. poration had broken a promise to provide employ
ment for upward of 2.50.) men at the Breaker
-Island Bteel plant, which was being dismantled
Pt-F" said the corporation never hart made such a
• promise and never had t»perat»?il the plant.
TWO WRECKS ON COAST LINE.
Trarnmen and Mail Clerks Injured — Pas
sengers on West Indian Escape.
[Bt T<>leirraph to The Trituai- . ]
Wilmington. N. C. Jan. 14 -The engineer of a
light freight was the cause of a. arrack on tho
Atlantic- Coast Une Railroad this morning near
Benson Station. K. C, which narrowly escaped
being attended by many casualties. He ran his
train on to the main track, where It was hit by
the West Indian Limited. The mall and <(irn
tlnation cars of the passenger train were thrown
from the track. No passengers were injured.
C. H. Watts, R. T. Valentine. G. Smoot and (\
P. Lancaster, postal clerks, were Injured, as
vere two firemen and the engineer of the lim
ited. The injured were sent to the company's
bwpttsJ at South Rocky Mount.
*u*rusta, Ga.. Jan. 14— In a freight wreck on
the Atlantic Coast Line, at Sereven, Ga., seven
miles from Jessup, to-night, two firemen were
killed.
INSURANCE COMPANY'S STATEMENT.
The Phenix Insurance Company, of, Brooklyn, in
Its fifty-fourth annuSl statement. Issued yesterday,
gives Its assets as $9,641,321 40 and Its surplus to
policyholders as $3,166,823 87. and says that all Its
San Francisco losses are paid. Th« largest Items
among: the company's assets are reported to be
cash la banks and office, $990,210 C 2; real estate
(market value), $6*W,000; New York City consolidated
Stack (market value). $400,000: bank." railroad and
other Stocks and bonds (market value), $6,267,404,
and premiums In course of collection. $96&,337 10. Its
Itemized liabilities are given as follows: Reserve
fund for unearned premium*. $5,290,10310; reserve
fund for unpaid* losses, commissions and other
claims. H,064.»*«3; cash capital. $1,009,000, and net
surplus. $1.GC6.523 S7. The Manhattan office of the
company is at No. 71 William street.
GAME PRESERVERS MEET.
Members of the New Tsck AsFociatlon for tho
IVaMrvmxsHi of Game held their fifty-fifth annual
meeting Jaat night at the Union Club and elected
these sflsetra: Piesiflent. Colonel Alfred Wagstall:
vice-presifJent. John C. O'Connor; eecretary, Rob
ert. D. l-an-rencf; treasurer, Thomas M. Puthberf
SCaCOtfVB committee. S. C. Drake, .1. Fr-.lerick
I ■ . and > i<-' r«re G. I>e\vltt.
x GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following shows yesterday's closing quota
tions for government Lion. ls, compared with Satur
day's:
x —.Tan. 12.— —Jan. 14.—
»*-." • »W. Aske<3. Bid. Asked.
V. E. U. re*i«t«r*<J. J930 . .104% 105'» lo4* Io5!4
V K. 2s, couion. 1830 104 ion* l\Zi%. Jos'i
V. 6. Bs . registered. 1J»O8 102 i<«' 7 , 10*' 1024
U. E. 3«, coupon. Ml ksMs 108»4 102« i io3ii
V. B. t*. email r.rads V>2>» — :O2V —
V. S. **. reK !»'••.■! 1007. .. ].«.% 101 lOiC 101 'i
V. t. 4». couiK)n. 1907 lOOSi 1012 ioo£ lOl^i
V. E. 4*. registered. 1921 . 123U Qnt, 1291), 130%
I - fi. 4s. coupen. 1923 ...12»>} 330H u-jt, 13o il
ItnsTK Canal 2«. registered 104 105 lOiK 104^1
Z'znama. Cans! 2«, coupon 104 105 103« 4 .i04«l
Ljetrtct of Columbia 8-€ Ci;... 116 — 115 —
riiiiSfiM ; U 108 li — 10&V1 _
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MADISON AYE. DEALS.
ARK IN CEXTRAL SECTION
A Plot of Five Lois in Upper
Broadway Sold.
Hedley R. Weeks has sold for Mrs. Caroline V.
■Whitlock and Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley Ross Nos. 112
and 114 Madison aye.. two lour story dwelling
houses, on a plot 49.4x95 feet, adjoining the north
west corner of 30th St., to the Strange & Blawson
Company, which has resold the property to the
Centu y Realty Company. This iS the first sale of
No. li*4 Flnce ISC6.
The Netherlands Corporation has sold No. 345
Madison aye., on a plot 2uxlO*> feet, adjoining the
Tiffany Studio Building.
Blng & Blng have bought a plot 125x100 feet at
tho southwest corner of 137 th street and Broad
way from Misses Louisa and Daisy Boobs.
MORE STATEN ISLAND DEALS.
Julius Raisch has bought from the Halllday es
tate a parcel at Richmond turnpike and Mont
gomery aye., Tompkinsville, Staten Island , for
$11,500.
An unusual dei'd was filed with County Clerk C
L. Bostwlck at Richmond last week. It was exe
cuted by William Ralph and wife, Abraham Cole
and wife and Peter Wlnant and wife to Jacob
Winant In ISI9, eighty-sight yiars ago, conveying
fifty-three acres or. the east side of the road lead-
Ing from Richmond village to Fresh Kills, for $100.
The deed was not recorded before last week.
Cornelius G. Kolff has gold the Byrnes farm of
ton acres, on the Annadale Road, near Annadale,
Staten Island, adjoining the extensive holdings of
the Wood, Harnior. Company, to a well known New
York man.
BUYS SITE FOR NEWSBOYS' HOME.
William S. Patten and J. L. Van Pant have sold
through Douglas Robinson, Charles S. Brown &
Co. the southwest corner of 127 th St. and Lexington
aw., live three Story dwelling houses, on a plot
CsxlOO feet, to the Children's Aid Society. Tho In
stitution will erect a newsboys' home on the site.
TO IMPROVE BROADWAY BUILDING.
Plans have been fllrd for remodelling the five
story office building nt N'n. 49 Broadway, owned
by Anne D. Thompson, of Paris. France. I* Is to
have a nt-w marble (aQade, with Trly'e mezzanine
windows at each ptory, set in ornamental copper,
and the Interior wll! be mudo over and r>.n elevator
Installs. i. 'Die improvements are to be made- for
the Flower company as le^soes and arc to cost
$75,000. according to the estimate of Herbert Lu
cas, tho architect.
AMSTERDAM AYE. PLOT IN A TRADE.
Joachim & Ooldschn-.ldt have sold for Shapiro &
Shapiro the southeast corner of 165(h st. and Am
sterdam aye., a five story fl;it hm.se, with stores.
en a plot E6xn£> feet, together with the ad.iolntiiß
five story flathcuso, on a plot 4 1 x£.»; feet. Tho
buyer gave In part payment ;i plot, ...xl' 1 " feet, In
If Ist st., 150 feet west of Broadway.
REALTY NOTES.
Meynen, Booth & Kno, of Jamaica, have sold
twelve lots In Harvard aye.. Normal Park, Jamaica,
to a New York Investor for 1650 a .'ot. They nlso
sold twenty acres of meadowlanl south of Rock
away Turnpike, with frontage on Jamaica Bay,
to a Jamaica investor. The property Is known sis
the Henderson Ft/m. and the price wan a little 1< »s
than $SOO an acre. They also sold a plot of thirty
lots In South Jamaica to a New York investor.
This property Is on the edge of ihe present devel
opments, and brought a price well above sales
made a few weeks ago
Joseph P. Day will deliver a lecture to-night te
fore the real estate classes of tho West Side
Young Men's Christian Association, nt No. 31S West
67th st., on "Real Estate Auctioneer Admis
sion to the lecture will be free.
Peter Axelrad & Co. have sold for Charles Hiigen
Corn to Haber. Dworkowitz * Haber a plot ]60x
100 feet, extending from Commercial street t\> the
Morris Canal. Jersey City. The buyers Intend to
erect a six story factory r,n 'ha sitA.
Glllen & Btryker have, ROl<i. with Edgar T. Kings
ley, for Helen Arnold, of Woll^ville, Ohio, a plot
1<0x10) feet on the south side of 22d St., between
Avenues 8 and T, Brooklyn.
Plans liave been filed with Buildings Superin
tendent Murphy for enlarging nnd remodelling the
four story and basement dwelling houso No. 8
East ."4:h st. for J. P. Whiton-Stuart, the owner.
It is to be extended in the front and a new Co
lonial facade of marble trimmed brick erected, an
elevator installed, a deckhouse built and th» first
two stories made over Into otflcos. The improve
ments are to cost (15,000, flccording to th« estimate
of Stockton B. Colt, the ru-chitect.
W. Burling Cocks and Samuel Willets have pold
to Paul D. Cravath and William D. Guthrie the
Vail farm of 200 acres, on the Sound, adjoining
their own properties at Locust Valley, Long island.
TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY.
I'ocher & Co. have sold the four story tenement
house, on lot 28x100 feet. No. C 75 11th avr>.. for I.
M. De Varona to M. J. McDonald, who buys it as
an investment.
Oelger & Bravcrmau have fold Nos. 616 and 511
West 169 th st., a plot 50x>io feet, to builders for
Improvement.
Peter Axelrad & Co. have sold for Haber,
Dworkawltz & Haber Nos. 115 and 117 Perry st., a
six story new law dwelling house, on plot 4.'.x70
feet.
Th« I>ouiß Meyer Realty Company has sold to
Jacob Slris the six story new lav.' dwelling house,
on plot SSxIOO feet, on the east si. if of 3d aye., 82.6
feet south of Wth st.
Mandelbaum & Lewlne have bought from Henry
V. Bradford No. 213 Bast 105 th street, a twe-story
building, on lot 16.6x100.11. H. C. Poster & Brother
were the brokers.
Julius H. Relter. us attorney, has bought for
Slris & Malzman Nos. 246 and 248 Henry Street, a.
six stor) tenement house, on plot 30x75 feet.
Sllverson ik London have sold the new six story
flathoui?e» wltlr stores, an ,jlot 4"xl(«> feet, on the
east side of Sth aye., 40 feet north of 145 th st., one
of a row now in course of construction, covering
the block front from 145 th to I4«th st.
Maria W. Barton and Richard S. EEggleiton re
spectively have sold Nos. 67 and 59 East Eoth St.,
two four story dwelling bouses on plot 13x100.5 feet.
Parsons & Holzman have sold No. 24 I^t.ox ave
nue, a seven story elevator apartment Louse,
known as the Saranac, 23/>xC"JxIOO feet
Mrs. John Mullholland has sold No. 316 West SSth
st., a four story and basement dwelling bouse, on
lot 20x100.8 feet.
Con way * Corduke have Bold for the Flatiron
Realty Company to Mrs. P. E. Fuller No. 165 West
47th St.. a three story dwelling on lot 20x100.5 feet.
N. A. Herwin & Co. were Hie brokers. in part pay
ment for No. 165 West 47th Bt the Fiattron Realty
Company takes from Mrs. F. B. Fuller No. 251
West 52d St., a three story brownatone dwelling
house, on lot 14x10*)..". feet.
Henry M. Weill has resold for Adolph AH man
No. 844 West 25th St.. a four story dwelling house,
on lot 15x95.9 feet; also for A. Altman, No. 41! West
45th St., a four story tenement house, on lot 25x100.5
feet, and for A. Altman Nos. 137 and 139 West 26th
m.. two four story dwelling lioum.'s, on lot 2>x!s.9
feet.
Nathan Lehrhaupt has sold No. IX West 4".th si.,
a live story tenement bouse, on lot zoxliO-fi feet.
m
AUCTION SALES TO-DAY.
At 14 Vase* St.— By Joseph P. Day: 125 C l ark eve,
n w cor of l»h?h st. loOx2r>i li-Hty triple (lat house, with
utoren; vol sale. 88 Beunllton at, n m, bat Market and
Catharine sts. 27x103x g r .xln;.(;; S-Sty front and rear
tenement hout-es. with store; vol Haie 04U 12&lh b;,
v. c. 100 ft c of I'roaJway. 25x99.11; 6-etjr doublo flat
hou»f. with Ftor«-e; vol sale. 350 7hth »t, s s, 150 ft w
of Ist aye. 2<lxUi2.2: 4-sty front and 2-bty lear K-neriieut
houses; vol salt-. Zil L'H.'l 94th at, n h, 234 ft w of -M
aye. Cl.DxlOO.8; two 5-«ty double flats; vol Bale. 1113
J4Sth Ft. n a. avr.ri ft. w of 7th aye, 37.5x09.11; 5-etj
triple flat lourn. \..l sale 1":. V\'i\ St. n B, VI ft a of
Park aye, 2Sxldj.ll; 6-nty double Bat house, with store;
vol sale. lift* 102 d st. nb. 102 ft »of Park aye. 2Sxl00.ll;
f. hi', double flat; vol sale. :.u2 :ilh '..«;:.'j Bt. s ». l'"> ft •>
of 2d a\e. •JOOxlOO; old tMgfi: vol rale. 122 123 d st. » f.
280 ft iv of Ltnox aye, 2ilil00.ll; sty stone front ilnlir
loutfc; vol sale. liradhuret .■■■.. . 8 •■ oor of l.'<3d Bt. Mll :<
100; vacant; D. J. Dwyer ct al agt Uroadway Reliance
Itralty Co ft al: action I; W. C. Arnold, atty; I. p.
Russell, ref; amt due. $12,1*44 01: taxes, etc, 1536 60.
Bradhnrei in', <■ s. 39.11 ft « of ISSd st, 89.11x100; va
cant; same aKI same; action 2: Kama atty; same ref;
amt due. fft.fsSO 2* ; taxes, etc. $4!M 71. ISradhurst aye.
« s. 7&.1O ft s of 153 d st. .'):•. llxI'K): vacant; same nut
fame; action 3: same atty; Willis B. Dowd rot arat <l-,i<s
$9.K3<>2S: taxes. e.t c , $464 71. Uradhurst nve, eB, 119.9
ft ■ of 153 d ct, 39.11x100; vacant; same agt same; action
4; same atty: C 1). O'Connell, ref; amt due, $!>.«:«) 2H;
taxes, etc. $404 71. Uradhurst aye, n 6 ccr of 152 d Bt,
40.2x100; vacant; same, a«t same; action 5; same atty
A. L.- Jacobs, r<f: amt due. S14.O1RO0; taxes, etc $002 17.
By Bamual QoMsUcker: i?. an V> 137 th st, n ■ 400 ft
c of l>-nox aye, B0adM.ll; O-sty brk flit house; Simon
VhlleUler et al agt Benjamin Sl?«ernian et al; Max Sll
versteln, ntty; I). C. Hiracb. ref; unit .:■;.» 18 348 78
taxes. «tc. $I'SG C 2.
AUCTION SALES YESTERDAY.
At 14 Vesey st — By Joseph P Day: •".!• Sta st s s 375
ft « of r,th a\e, 2T.xrtS.lt. 4 story ,i f .iw* i. i- WiMo-
Conine a<rt Minnie Telfalr et al; AY McConlhe atty;
P L Klernan. r^f; anit due, $1,483 30; Hold «üb'ject to
two prior mortgages BBKrepatlnar SBI.OOQ, and to lease
encroachments, etc, adjourned to February 4.
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
151 st St.. * s., 50 ft. «r. of Reach aye.; for a one
story frame shed, 15x28; OeorgC Orlstens, own
er; Christopher V. Ix)hse, ar<.-hllect. $75
1&3<1 st , *. a., •£> ft. w. of Hughes aye.; for a
three,- otory frame store and dwelling. 2.">x57;
John Marx, owner; Hedman & Schoeii, archi
tects (!,000
MECHANIC'S LIENS.
Madison nv<\. x . 1524 to 1S30; Uro >klyn Fire
proof Sash and Door Company act. Okum &
Borofirky, owners and contractors $""5 00
149 th st.. s. s.. 175 ft. c. of Cortlandt aye.. 25x
106; I»uls Herman «Bt. William Loeb. owner.
Loeb & Kaufman, contractors °00 00
Hushes aye.. c. .. 187 ft. s. of Pelham aye., 23' i
■ KM; Carlo Marino et al n«;t. Gaetano Ambrl- '
ola. owner and contractor 173 00
79th St., No. 124 East; rtn.Jolph Rubrada aX». James
D. resstnden. owner; TVm. F. Plxon. contract
or; J. K. Laheney Company, sab-contractor . 52 73
31 avo.. No. 2453; Vincent Valentlnn i Co. airt.
Nathan \\lUon. -owner and routractur.... ICOOO
•*th i" . No. 5 West: Talmer Sheet M»'al Work!
c: ai. act. Albert J. Sir*, owner; Harlem Knsi
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NEW-YORK . DXTLT TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1907.
Stem Brotlheips
Dressmakiiing and
Ladies' Tailoring Departments
For a Limited Period Orders
Will Be Accepted at
Special Concessions from Regular Prices
Tailored Walking Gowns, of choice materials, $52.00
(THIRD FLOOR)
Women's Shoes
Advance Spring Styles
Tongue, English and Slipper Cut Walking Pumps, Toga,
Sailor and Oxford Ties,
in all fashionable leathers suitable for wear at Southern Winter
Resorts.
Evening Slippers in Effective Original Designs.
Rhinestone and Metal Buckles, Slipper Bows
and Carriage Boots.
West Twenty -third Street
r.e-rlrur and Construction Com?an3- contraolor 62 S3
M.natsonave.7 a. w. cor. CM ft.. pxOO; same agt.
I^anfler M. Sire, owner: Harlem Engineering
and Construction Company, c0ntract0r. . . ..... . • O" ""
niversHe. Drive, No. 12<>: John N. Dyer & Son
Bgt. James M. & Wm. R. Steward, ownora an.l
contractors
Sth St.. No*, 'and r>4 West; Morris Levin BRt.
Wm H. A. Frederick, H. Elizabeth and Anna
E. Rubino, owners: F.'i&nr Fiorck, contractor... 431 W
Riverside Drive, No». 122 sni 124; Albtn Ander
■on a«-l Wm. It. and James M. Stuart, owners
and contractors £• .Vl."",'
10th St., Nos. 380 and 282 East: Raise St Mesh Bgt.
Herman Segal, owner and c0ntract0r. ......... •«»
78th St.. No. 220 to 230 Bast; Bradnpls A AUkoff
art. Abraham Goodman, owner and contracti<r. B.*.** 1
Amsterdam aye.. c s.. 25 ft. «. of P«th at . 2..X
100; Guarantee. Electric Company e«t. Nathan
Wilson, owner and contractor •••■•■ now
Prospect aye., n c cor. Falrrr.ount pi.. r>o. lix
168.7x51.11x189.7; Star Iron Works airt min
ister etc.. of the nmt Reformed Protestant
Dutch Church owner; the Cr»:i» & Giles Com
pany, of Mlddletown N. v. contractor ION *'
151 st St.. No. 4.'.2 West; Walter T. Ash, a«t.
Mary B liockwood, owner; I^wrenoe N. Mar
tin, contractor '....' ,5 «V
Same property: Thomas V. O'Conrell B(s t. some... 1«M
Bame property; Henry R- Eherweln a«t. saiaa.... >*» 20
Allen St.. Noil 202 an.l 204; Harry Joroff BIT. May
Perlman»an.l Sam Irvine, owners and contra.- finooo
ora ; tww
Riverside Drive. No. 120; L'nlon Equlproant and
Bronze Company art. Wm. R. St James M.
Stewart, owners and contractor* b.his is
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
fiSth »t.. No 413 E«i<t; ftideV ETlcsunn Enirlne, Co.
art Isaac Klanper et al : November i, lft>V... |*oo «)
Same, property; nurnnt Mils «Kt. same. N>
vember 0. lbO6 1.413 29
68th st. Km 417 and 410 East: Benjamin Btes«l
st fil art. same: November 27. I9ofl WOO
<Wth St.. ti a., 27.1 ft w. of Avenue A. 7.'> x —:
H. A and <;. N. Williams apt. same; October
17. 19Ort Mil
Seine property; Samuel Ke*s!«r act. same; October
2... it»ofl ... .1.200 CO
Bain* property; Joseph Roe»nthaJ Bin. !>ame; No-
vambsr 2". 10"« , 73 «*)
IBth st, .-. » . IPS 4 ft, c of .11 a**., 4<>tSo 2:
Wlllson Adams A Co Bgt. Abraham Goodman
et al. . January h. I'.«>7 . 3.! 37 13
CRth n.. No. 824 to US East; Bprlckerholf &
Schamberctr apt. Louis Zimmerman et «l . !•
cemt*»r 11. It«MJ ••< 175 00
88l ■• . Nos. 8»i and 32 1 * East: H •» lallng A
WIM;->en ai(t «ame ; P»r.temr>er 7. 11™ f0 00
53d st. No. SOB East William Henderson B«t.
William F. Foley et al : Se-pt. m! 18, 1M5.... 4.P2T> 0"»
Same, prfirerty; Morris Kino .it; 1 Ban • . October
11). 1000 123 00
ll.'.th st . No. 270 West; I»i<vt Roeet.thal agt.
Eva Klein; November 12; lOfXI. by f-^'wi 1.120 70
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
Hunt aye . c. » . 797.11 ft. s. of Bronzdala aye.,
f>o*loO- Theodore Wer.tz loans J«ne Kitchen. .. *3.000
13flth it. s s. 100 ft. m of Amsterdam ay» .
130x09.11; Metropolitan Life Insurant. • Co. loans
Hesse C. Clark 140.000
Cherry St.. n. a. »i 2 9 ft. w. of Catherine nt .
runs n. CD w. 12.r>x n. 'Z.<'x v. 1».3r w. 2f1.3s
s. OO.llx c.. r,2.4 to >•<■>:; Bosehill Re«ltj- Cor
poration loans Michael A Kofrano . , 2r>.*vy»
»
LIS PENDENS.
Ifitb at . No. 410 L*B.«t: Mux Wachsrr.nn agt. Abraham
Greenberx; action to Je<iat« iltr. . attorney. W. A. <; ■■!
hart.
KMre ft.. Nos. 128 and ia>; Barnard Pchmall art. Max
Ilyahpan et a!.; action to forecloao mechanlo'l lien; at
torney, I. I. Kremer.
6th avo., n. »•. cor. of 16th St., 2SxS.-.x'. > ; Emma L»
Uelre art. Frederick I* Melre; action to cancel u«*i««
rnent; attorney, A. 11. Wadtck.
Avenue ¥„ No. M, and M st, > :•». ll<k East; Nathan
Levy ant. Morris rrwilniiui et al . fcrncloaure of mori
case: attorney. C. Bcbwlck.
124 th St.. No. 21Hto 22fl East; Hyinun Horwlta act.
Slm'>n Jacobs et al.; foreclosure of mortfaca attorney
C. H. Frtedrich. ,
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
The lirst tiamti Is that of the debtor, the second
that of the creditor, and date whan Judgment was
filed:
Friedman. Isaac and John Sninko— F. Cahn;
February IS. Il<ft4 ..... .... f IC* 42
Fame— Same; February 6. 1004 .'.'.'. 4, p .a hi
Hall, John T. — S. AbeJoff; February 26 IWI4 1"7 IIS
Newman. Walter (i —C. Kellly; November lit
\M2 ' 1 73 l»2
Reid, P. Howard— Cook & Bernhetmer Co.: June
5, 1908 (cancelled) ' "173 10
Lawrence Bros., Inc.— C. 11. Joyce; March 2<),
ll** 'i i t.'l. i 4 ]
Same -J. S. Butphen, Jr.. ».t al : February 19,' isba 1 [25303
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Osborn Congelton yesterday confessed Judgment
for $12,3C-'r-to "William White, amount due on
three notes made by Con^elton during and IMB.
The following petitions In bankruptcy were i>!»*, i
with the clerk of the United States District Court:
James Blair (no address), voluntary i>eUt!on,
showing liabilities of $36,412, and assets of J139. The
petitioner's creditors are all residents of Chicago.
and the liabilities were Incurred in 1897.*
Augusta Bohlstrom, No. 4U Avenue A. voluntary
petition, showing debts of $3,004, ussets of $2,103.
The principal creditor la Katharine Weiss, $;<«'.
secured. Th« iiHseta consist of accounts, $18; stock,
$217; fixtures, $91; accounts, $1,810; deposited In
bank, 03.
Thu tioheduleH nt Koopersteln & Schwnrtz show
debts Of $8,e62 and assets of $1.435.< Of the total In
di'btednesH, ji, (*").'. 1h secured and $7,517 unsecured.
Tli« assets consist of cash in bank, $27; stock, $411,
household goods. MO", and accounts, ?547.
K. U. Hainlin was appointed receiver of the busi
ness of Koth & Oreenberg, with a bond of *7.."
TO BTART Y. M. G. A. AT COLON.
A. B. IClner, of tho Washington branch of the
Toung Men's Christian Association, sailed yester
day on the steamer Panama for Colon to study
conditions on the Isthmus and to start a Young
Men's Christian Association down there. There are
hundreds of Americans among the canal employes,
and Mr. Miner hopes to form the nucleus of a per
manent organisation there.
"r exp«ot to stay on the Isthmus a few months,"
he paid. "and. after making a thorough study of
conditions, form a brajich of tho association Of.
course, we will have to start on a Hinal! scale but
I believe In time wo coild have a big organization
dpwn there."
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
6unrls» I.'Sl, Sunset 4:57|M00n sets S:4B| Moon's ug-e
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Bandy Hook 8:24|00r. lalnnl K:4O ii-ll (; , t . mil
P.M.— Sandy Hook »:U2!oov. Island I»:ia!ll iJ U*l 8 li:"
WIRELESS RKPORTB.
The North German Lloyd Line steamer Kronnrln. tvii
helm, from Hremen. was in communication with th» vr.JC
conl station at Sable Island. N. S. ycstenlav m,n
She. r will probab!y reach her Uock \IZ S o^cto* ihfi
afternoon. "u«.k mis
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. - From. . ....
•Prlns Wlllemll....Port-au-I'rlnce. January .1 i. \v r
*r'luirinensc Para, December 31 "'" n ,c
•Hyndani Hotterdam. January e'.V ' hVi'iii..i"V
•Kronprlm Wllhelm.nreraen. Janurry h v „ ,i ! 'J
•Prlnz Joachim Kingston. January o. .' .' ' Ham him
Colorado Hull. December 20: "' wi'lwn
Smolensk Hotterdam. December 28 " " Rim v«T
Hudson Havre. December 29 . FVenr" 1
St Cuthbert Antwerp, January 1 „ PhSnli
Pretoria : . Plymouth. January 4 . . ..".V.Hamb .
rr ""'" New Orleans. J B Juary 8 ... So Pa, it, u .
City of Atlanta Savannah, January 11. .... .Savannah
Napolltan Prince. . . .Naples. December c /.. . ' Prip°«,
C.stllMan Prince Barradcs, January C . II ! '. '...' Prime
Samland Antwerp, JAnuary 5.. '.Red Star
SPECIAL MEXTIOX.
FRANK H. GRAF
177 HIIOAnWAV.
688 BROADWAY.
«3 SIXTH AVEMH.
Eyeglasses
that r»r*r pinch;
that fit your i«i.
ml frames that
fit your no**.
The stylish In
rlnible kind. th«
cool kind that
B«v«r mitt; fitted
by experts.
SPENCER.
13 Maiden I^n*.
ANDIRONS. FENDERS.
FIHE BKTS.
£22 Seventh ATenae.
Corner of IStii Xt
THE
TRIBUNEALMANAG
FOR 1907
On Sale al &U Newsstands
Price 25 Gents
Proposals.
GKNERAL DEPOT, Q. M PEPT.. JEPTfmßON
rllle, in! . Deoembef 2S. lPfrt. Sealed proposals In
triplicate. tr.uor«M i*n cov«r ■j'r.jpoejln for Veterinary
Hopplles." • "<" < addressed to the undersigned, win be i<
cclv*,3 here until 10 o'clock a. m.. January IT. IJ^T. for
Veterinary Buppilea. for replenishment of stock, as per
schedule. »hl. h Will be furnished on application to this
Depot. Preference given to articles of domestic production
or manufacture. Th« rljht Is reser>ed to reject or accept
any or ail b!1» or any part thereof. J. M. MARSHALL*
Am'! gr. Mr. General, and I>*pot Q. M
rnREABDRT DEPARTMENT. OFFICE OF TUB
-L tupervlalntr Arehlteot. Wa«hln«;ton. D. C. January
■th, li« 7. Senlcd pruposals « 111 be received at this
•floe until 3 o'clock I*. M. on tho «th day of February.
1907. and then opened, tor the construction of exien
alons to the mailing platform and roof over same, etc.,
at U. S. Court House and Post OAce building. New
Tork. N. T . In accordance with drawings and specifi
cations, copies of which may be had at this o2»c» or
the nT.ct of the Chief Engineer and Superintendent of
I'ubllc l)ul]dln««. No. 168. Po*t Office building. New
York. N. V.. at the discretion of the Supervising Archi
tect. JAMKS KNOX TAYLOR, Sup^rvlslnc Architect.
riAKEABL'RY DEPARTMENT, V. R LIFE BAVINd
J- ■sr«lOe. Wa.ihlr.rtnn. D. C. January 0. ll*i<7.— Sealed
proposal* will be received at thl» office until 2.00 o'clock
p. m., of Wednesday. January .I<>. IJ«'T. and then rublicly
opened, for tb» construct'^") of tea Molyllan b«at wairone,
to be delivered at the storehouse of the Life Sax Ins; Seiw
vice. 37» Waahlneion Street. New York City. Flans anA
«p«flfica"l"rn. forma of proposal, etc.. ,can be, obtained
>il"»i a;;4!"«it!on to the Inspector of Ufe Savina; Stations.
879 Washington Street. New York. City; or to this office.
(Slimed) 8. 1. KIMBAL.T* Genera.l Superintendent.
KOCTC ISI^AND AltfiEN'AL. ROCK ISLAND. lL.il!
Janutu-y 12. I9PI — Seale.j proposals. In triplicate,
upon the blank forms furnlshe.l l.v this Arsenal, will be
received by the, ninisntfiisd until 2 P. M.. Tuesil«T.
February 12. 1907. for rebuilding the fnlted Rtatas Brl»!irw
and Viaduct between the City of Rock Island. Illinois.
and Rock Island Arsenal. Full specifications, with plans
«■> ■ . may b*. had upon application. * E. BLUNT, Colo
nel. Old. Dept., U. 8. A. < v.iii.nan.ltna;
WEDNESDAY. JAM ATIT 18.
•Majestic Liverpool. January 9. .....White. Star
Carlo Liverpool. January White. star
Xl Alba . Galveuton. January 10. So Paclfla
THXJBBDAT, JANUAFIT IT.
•X Aug Victoria. . Cherbourg. January 0 . ll»mr>-Am
Rheln llrenma. January 0 Hamb-Am
City of Memphis . ... tkivannah. January 14. . Savannah
'Brings mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel
Vessel. For. Line. Mall cloaca, satis.
Boniface. T'ara. Booth X.'mam 12:00 in
City of Muni Savannah. Suvnnnah. . . — — .'!(><>( n>
Apache, Charleston. Clyde - .1:i«»pm
Monroe. Norfolk. Old Dominion - :; (»■ j. m
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16.
KinlanJ. Antwerp. Re«l Star — 7:00 am
Welsh Prince, Arsentlne, Prince tmitm 12:0») m
Altai. lmtuwu Hamb-Am U:ik>uih loOpm
llHii?",'it. Hantos
Olinda NueTltaa, Munson..
Marai Grenada. Trtiildod
Proteus, New Orleana, Southern Pacific 12,-fiOm
Nuecea, Oatreston, Uallory 3 :(«> m
Iroquols, Charleston. <"lyd« 8:00 pm
Prlnceaa .\nti». Norfolk. Old Doin — S:oi>pm
THURSDAY. JANUARY 17.
I<n «.i-..- • Havre, Krench T:in> ainlooO a m
Ultonia, Naples, Cunard
Virgil. Argentine. 1. .v II s.»oatn lt:<K>a m
Monterey. Havana, Ward i< ki A -„, |S:o6ni
Bl 111.. Oalreaton. Bo Pacific „ .12:00 m B:uopm
Jamestown, Norfolk, Old l>omlnlon. . . . — — ■
TRANSPACIFIC MAIL.''.
Dostlnatl n and «le:im.-' Close In New York.
] (except parcels i"i»t •nn!:s>. t'nrea,
China uii'i Philippine Islands <\ia Van
m un.i Vtcl irla. h C) Empreaa of
lapaa \ jan in. eno p m
Japan, Coras, China nnj rhlllpulne
Islands fvla Seattlel Shtnane Mam. Jan 17. ROO p m
Jaran. Coraa, China and Philippine
Isiiiii'ln i\\n THi-..mni Teurer . Jan I*. 1:0 ft r. m
Hawiiii. Japan, Cor**, Chin and Phlllp
j.tne luiaiKl- «vlu Sun I-'ranclsro) —
Honckonc Mnru J«nJi>. 13:30 am
Ifawull ivlu Sun FranclSC^l Alnmeda. ..lan V 2. 1 - J:.T(> a m
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York. Monday. Jan. 14. 1007.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Philadelphia. Crockett, Porto Cabello "January
4. '"uracao 6, La Ouayra 7 and. .'lnn Juar. »>. to Boulton,
lillta & l)a,Uett, with. II) p(ia.i«ngera mail* and mdse
Arrived at the Bar at 10:50 a. m.
Steamer Iroquola. Chlchester. Jacksonville January 11
Rinl Charleston 12. to the Clyde Ss Co. with passenger*
an.l radse. Paased In Snn.iy Hook nt ISAM l> m
Steamer Ada (Nor). Olavlk. Progreso January 3 and.
Campeche 0, to Thebaud Bros, with nidae. Arrived at the
Bar at - p. m.
Steamer Porto Rico, Reynolds. Baltimore, to II C Fos
ter, with mdse. Passed in Quarantine at 7:05 am.
Steamer OneWa. Rich. Philadelphia, to th« t'lydo' Es Co
with riulno. Paased lv Quarantti.a at 7:50 am.
Steumer Leuupasaa, Johnston*, Mobile Jnnunry « and
Brunswick 11. t othe Mallory Ss Co, with lasarnxers and
mdse. Passed :n: n Quarantine p.t 8:1<» a m.
Bteamor El Norte, Maxon. Ualvevton January 8 to the
Pouthem Pacific CO. with md«e. Paased in Quarantine lit
i:3B a in.
Sandy Hook. N J. Jan 14, 0:20 p m— Wind west light
breeze; f<««y.
BATLJPD.
Steamers Potomac (Br). Liverpool; Chesapeake (nrt
Calcutta: Hamilton. Norfolk and KowpoU News.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Plymouth. 'an 14. .Vr.r> a m — Arrived, steamer Kaiser
Wlltielm 11 (Get), lloccmann. New York for Cher
bourg; an.l Bremen (and proceeded).
Hamburg. Jen If Ballad, steamer Bosnia (Gey). Schmidt.
■ New York.
Havre. Jan 12— Sailed, steamer Bordeaux (Fr). L'Hevede
i New York.
Kingston. J.xmnlca, Jan 14 — Sailed, steamer Atratn (Br)
' Ttoby .'i m S uthatnptsa, etc). New York.
Praxvle Point, Jan 14-^Pnsjied.. stAamer Martelln l r.'-i
Clark. New York for Hull. * - ''
Pernambuf,. Tan ■ 11— Arrived, ateamer EXstern Prince
: ißr). Thomas. New York for PJo Janeiro, etc
Buy by this Mark.
(from a ereen box)
The shirt that we make is the shirt
that makes good.
Try tli em.
EARI, A WILSON.
Dress S flirts.
Amusement*.
UAPIfETT Matinees Thurs. A Sat". 2:10"""*
nAUIVC I I Eve.. 8::iO. D nn . Cl-LI In The
Thea. «d 5 W. ofß-way.HOSB 018111 Chorus Lady.
BELASCO THEATRE. 4ld St. Eve. 1:1*.
*>Hl_./\ 3 X, V Matine. Saturday at 2.
David Belasco I TTUB CflOC or DIIIAUA
presents I™BOSE THE RANCHO
I ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Uth St. A Irvlns Place.
BUNCHsf DA I Co the <.oi.i>kn west
DLAnunC DA I.Co the goldex west
Prices 25 to 1.50. Mata. Wed. & Sat.. 2. Eve . 8:13.
MADISON SO. ii mm * M ' Matf Wed * - 2 :15
thea -1 st n-Xv CARLOTTA MLLSON
4TH*MONTHt y j »n IHE 3 Of IS.
HAMMERSTEIN S *-' 1 8t - B-way A 7th Ar~
AMmCnO I tin O Kventn K « 2&< to $1
Dally RuFsall Bros.. Col. Gaaton Bordeverry.
Mats. l Abble Mitchell A Co.. Wm. Gould St
tic. SOc. |Co.. Dolan A J.enharr, otha.
11/ l A ATT A M opera hot«.
SEASON OF GRAND OPERA.
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN Director
WED.. JAN. 16. at — ■Farewell performance of
M. Maurice^Renaud and Last Time of MoxarVs
DON GIOVANNI. Mmc«. Rubs. Donalda. Glllbert;
MM. Bond. Rer.aud. Glllbert, Bra». Mufnoi. Cond..
Campan!nl.
I'RI.. JAN. Id. at »— Meyerbeer's THE ITCGUE
NOTB. limes. Russ. Plnkert. De Clir.eros. Severlna.
Zaccarla. Arta; MM. Haa>l. Ancona. Arlmondl.
6evetlhac, MuKnoz. D.tddl. Venturinl. Reechls;ll«n.
Fossetta. Tecrhl. Cond., Campanlni.
BAT. MAT., JAN. 19. at 2. MM C MCI R A
THIRD APPKAKAXCE OF FfilVfCs IYICLDA
Verdi's I.A TRAVIATA. Mmes. Melba, Zaccarla.
Severlna; MM. Baasl, Anrona. Olllbert, Venturtnl.
KeschlEltan. Koasetta. Cond.. Campanini.
SAT. NIGHT. JAN. 19, at 8:15 (popular priced
performance. 75c. to «)— IL TROVATOHE. Mmes.
Itus*. De Clsneros, Zaccarla: MM. DalmorM. 6evell
hac. Mumoi. Tecchl. Cond., Tanara.
Seat* for All Above, Now Nelllns;.
Sun.lay night. Grand pop. Concert. 50c. 11.50.
MANHATTAN Th Mats. Wed. St Sat. 210.
WILTON LACK AYE I.t.H MIKKIiABLES.
A QTH D B'way. •*■ St "Wed. A Sat. Mata.. 2:SO.
A E Ves'.V^ BLANCHE WALSH
"A s*trons; Play of Human Emotions." — Herald.
THE STRAIGHT ROAD&S!*'
Afll nUIII "'" 1T VESTA VICTORIA, Fell*.
I 111 lililfll ""<> n«rry * Barry, Emll Hoch *
||ULUniNL.-M,- Co.. Stuart Harare. The Kln-
W M.it. Unily. Isc. sons, other*.
II M 1 Ii D D I Dally. i HKNRY LEE. Military Octet.
O! Hfllimnfl MftL -Jewell', Manikin*. KthelArden
HLHHIIIUIIH 2Sc. Ijt <i. .\b*l. (;. B. Reno * otha.
Real Estate.
The Buyer
Mortgagee
Operator
Broker &
Speculator
will feel perfectly satisfied
to deal in any property
that carries a policy of
TITLE INSURANCE
issued by this Company,
and secured by its
capital & tfl cm) A|)()
SURPLUS OF SJUU|IHIU
Lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust
Company
«7 l.llirrrr Street. 59 I.lbe~i-»7 »<ir««t.
tTT.U I»rrt.) (Tru* A Banklac Dee*.)
MATfHATTA.I.
I.HB Moßtaaia« Street. Breeklra.
» .■ > !>■•[• kml Trunt i Bsni'.cc Dept.»
City Property for Sale.
Plot 4500 Sq. Ft
NEAR CITY HALL PARK
RULAND & WHITING CO.
3 HKKKMAN s|'
«>— TH AM) LEXINGTON AVB. sou-beast corner. Xix
*'• 10, f..ur stury. basement; tiro condition
IV L. L'ROVAT. owner. 7 West SSth.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
-1 TIC ST. 13 EAST (THB A L.UIAMA).- Elegantly
XJL furnished apartment, prlvatn bath. $1.00 dally lu
i-ludlns meal*, two, f23 weekly; one. $13.
Country Property for Sale.
I.V>R SALS. — Improved and unlmprored Tea-etable. pine-
X apple ana muck lands. In large or small tract*, along
the Kan ( „ust of Florida, Town lots ana small tracts
•aid on small monthly i.aTmenlu. Corre«vondenc« so-
llclted. \V. H. 11. "iIJiASON. £tu Qallle. Fia.
r'.'r ROOM HOTEL IN MASS.— bargain In country
•• ' seat on the iluj«on For rartlculara HEAL. E£-
T ATtJ & UUII.I'KHcC BJCCILA.NOE,, 849 Broadway. N. Y.
lO,*t LOTB. — Macadam street, sewer, n*. electricity;
— ») 630 feet to trolley; $12,000. J. S. DRAKE, it
Broadway. New York.
City Hotels.
1— EI.EGANTL.Y FURNISHED APARTMENT, private
« Ivuli. tI.AU dally; including; meals, two. $25 lreeklyi
one. $15. TUB ALABAMA. IS East 11th St. •
Santo*. .Tan 11 — "d. steamer Pi>ertan Frtnoe. (Br>.
Knf lelcn. New York ■■ ■•. Femambuco, Bahla, «to.
Liverpool Jan 18 — Arrived, steamer Borlo (Bt>, Ken\
New York
Sydney. X 8 YV, Jan 13 — Arrived. steamer Matoppo i.Brl.
Dormand, Now York vis. St Vincent. C V. Kremantle.
etc.
Gibraltar. .Tan 14 — Pawf V itram'ri Dora (Aujt). Orach—
slek. New Yolk for Orao. Algiers, etc; Oorjlatan <Br.>,
Saundera. New York for Marseilles.
Bt. Michaels. Jan 14 Arrived, steamer QaJlla <Br), Bou
loue. Marseilles an.l Barcelona for New York.
Para. Jan 12 — balled, ■teamatr Klumlneru* (Br>. Harvey,
New York.
Gibraltar. Jan 13 — Arrived, st«am« r Cedrlo (Br). Haddock.
New York .for Uenoa. Naples, eta (and proceeded).
Bermuda. Jan 14. 8:30 a m — Arrived, ateamer Ilermudtan
iHr). teaser. New York.
Kingston. Jamaica. Jan -Sailed, steamer Ta*u» (Br).
. Stranger, from Now York for Colon. Barbados, etc.
and Southampton.
Hull. Jon in— Balled, steamer Conauelo (Br). Watson,
New York.
St Thomas. Jan 13. 10 a m — Sailed, steamers Parln.a
iDr). Carey, from Uerr.erara for New York; 6 t> m
Pretoria il'.:i. SlcOratb. New York.
Bag Tea, Jan 12— Passed, steamer Denbigh Hall (Br».
liovrii. New York for Shanghai.
Scllly. Jan — Passed, steamer Yorck (Gen. Rander
tnann. Bremen fir New York.
B.angoon, Jan 12— Arrived, steamer Koranna (Br), Ren
wick. New York via Algiers, Aden and Colombo.
ChrlsttansanS, Jan 13. 8 a m— Arrived, ateamer United
States (Dan), W'uirr. New York for Copenhagen;
eatled. 12 mldnicht. steamer C. F. Tietgen (Dan).
Thomsen. New \ork.
I 'elan ■ .i. Bay. Jan 14 — Arrived, steamer Baralonr (Bt).
Lee. New York via St Vincent. C V. Cap* Town. etc.
Vented. Jan 9— Arrived, steamer Gertjr (Amu, Ivanclch.
New York via Naples.
Barcelona. .Lan 11— Arrived, steamer Provlncla (Fr).
• 'curta.le. New York via Bermuda, for Marseilles
Naples, Jan 13 — Arrived, steamed Italia (Br). Bridge*
New .York.
Cherbourg. Jan 14. 1 r< m — Arrived, ateamer Kaiser W||_
him II n}er>. H^Wminn. New York via Plymouth
for Bremen land- proceeded).
Barbados. Jan 10 — Sailed, steamer Camnena (Bela;). Pen
rlce. from Pantos an.l Rio Janeiro for New York
Carthacena. Jan 10— Sailed, steamer Bellerby CBr). Oleen.
New York. . - . .
Amusements.
EMPIRE .JHEATRE. Broadway and 40th St.
Ma^ V . , »A.!* har;> Mats w e<l f hurs ±Sat .2.
J, A UDE ADAMS
_1M: "" PETER PAN
CRITERION ™ EAT Broadway and <Uh St.
wmmm£l yde _L ltch » N-x Comedy.
THE TRUTH n : .- ,.".ivi A ..n '
WM.COIJLIER VftSC"
HUDSON ™ E * . "tbSt .. E*« of Broadway!
X? THE HYPOCRITES
WiiucK's r. rF .srsnsvssss
SAM BEBNAbT'^hSHL^.
KMCKEKBOCKER. Bwa-r * SJts »".
SAVOY "SMTR*- »«>»«■ » nd 8«,.aw«,:
SKCONn MONTH-THEMENDOVS ViVem. 5 '
THE MAN rV,K HOUR
By George Broadhurst.
LYCEUM * Th 'iMY^' 1^
ir^r •»-. THE LION SK? MOUSE
LIRFRTY Th-atre. W. 4;d St Eve, VIS.
klßt.li II NO MATINEE this WEEK.
as. ■ ha rerfonnanro Friday Nljfht.
FIF A MOD I-ASTTHRKE TTXreS
5" "t l iiW IT Clyde Pir.-h's Play.
RORSHN *" THE WHo
■^ •» Wl^ HAS EVERYTHING."
NEXT BATVRDAT NIGHT, Jan 19th. Seats on sal«
MISS ROBSON
RAfTBSMso "BALOMY JANE"
All Season In Repertoire at this Theatre.
MEW AMSTERDAM JSs^*V\i£r^
Ma<lae« To-naorrow. B*«»t Semta, Si. so.
»££zk EDWARD ABELES
BREWSTER S MILLIONS
RR(s Antif A Y THEATRE * w»w »> > * "»«- Er.S:lO.
DnWMUffAI Fashion Matinee Saturday T:10.
ANNA HELD
Vnt: PARISIAN MODEL
MISS HEI.n-3 Dress Son*. 1:20 and 3:30.
nil V"C THEA. B't»t & SOth St. Et»s.ll3
||A LI V Matinees Wed. and Sat.. 2:15.
I^BELLE^MAYFAIRI
UtUi VnQtf THEATRE. B'way. 4Jth. Evjj. J : iv
nun TUnR Mats. Wei A Sat. Best Seat* »1.
ELSIE JANIS ™™ 6 *
tLOlt: JANIO BILTCUP
AND THE GREAT AUTO- J§ FLYING A
MOBILE RACE SCTENE. with •+ CARS *♦
HIPPODROME
6th Are . 434 to 44th. Ergs, at i. Sse. to 11.55.
Daily Matin*« 4at 7 Sharp. J-" •- to $1.00.
MOST BTI/PENDOCS PRODUCTION EVER SEEN
NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER
MERMAID* DISAPPEARING IN REAL WATER.
nl?tscn l?ts ci nd 9 PIONEER DAYS
I VDlf* ♦« "'- "West of B-way. Tel. 164« Bryant.
LiniV I«et • Time*. *:15. Last Matinee Sat.
MR. S • FIS X E TORK IDEA.
SEATS ON HAUE THIRSDAY FOR
?a°k x 21-SOTHERN-MARLOWE
First Week. "John the Baptist." Mat. Sat.
Monday Night Curtain. 7:3": other Nights. 1 P. M.
PRICES FROM 50«. TO $5.00.
AiOlUslß'way and 3«th fit. Tel. MM Bryant.
wAwinU Ev E»- ':15- Mill Thurs. and Sat. 15.
PA I' LA I In the New I RIM EM
EDVTAKDES I Comerjy Opera. I BXGGAB.
PRINCESS. Tel. »i4S Mai Eve;* * JO. Mats.
B'w»r A Uth. Thursday and Saturday. !:2f>.
MABGARST I The Ore»* I HENRY
ANGL.IN I Dtride. » MILLBR
Special [ To-«ay. Wed. and Trl. ! IS
Mats. I AI.I-A NAZEIIOYA In "A Doll. Hoose."
Fields' Uar.M «B« B B'way*3fth. Te1.2455— 33. Eva.
nOlllU 01(. B:ls.Mat-Tf»-day.Be«t Seats $: 39
THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY.
NIAJtoIIU mm^» U M»- s T-'iy.Thuri.S.t
HENRY WOODRUFF— BROWN OF HARVARD
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOVSE.
TTed. Ev .. Jan. 1«. at J. Donbl« Bill. PAGLIACCT—
Alten; Caruao. Bcottl. Relae. Simard. Cond.. Vl«;na. '
Preceded by HANSEL. VXD GRETEL — Mattfeld. Alten,
Hom-r. Weed: Oorlta, Conductor. Hem.
Th«n Erg.. Jan. IT, at S. Special Performance.
UXME — Sembrlch. Jacoby. Slmeoll. Hattfeld. Pr»«hl
mann; Roussel!er<». Journet. Simard. Bars, Cond.. B^vr.
PRICES. $1.30. »2. S2-30. «S. S3.
Frl. Evr. Jan IS. at 8. MANOS LE3CAUTCa»a
lierl. ■BsaeoU; Caruso. Scottl. Rosst. Bars. Retas, Bexue,
Tar.--:! Conductor. Vijra.
Sat. Aft. Jan IS. at 2. — Vmxrur. Jacobs
BtTneoli; Roussellere. Plancon. 6tracc!arl. B#jaS. Con
ductor. Bovy
Pat. E»ir.. Jan. 19 (popular prices). At ». LOHSS«
GRIN — Fletscher-Edel. Klrkby-Lunn: Burrlaa. Gent*.
Blasa. Mnhlmar.n. Conductor. Herts.
WEBER K.4>'O ISED.
TCKSDAT ETSXTSO, JAXTARY VSD.
at S o'clock precisely.
SPECIAL rERTORM.VXCE.
F!ret Time In Amertca: RICHARD STRIVS*
Musio Drama.
SALOME
Mme.« Fremstad. Weed. Jacoby. MattfeM: MM. Bur*
rlan. Van Root. IMppel. Reiss. Bayer. ParolL Bare,
Dufrlche. Journet. Sttnor. Muhlmnrm. Bias*. La BSj
Orchestra Increased to 108 mustclansi Cond . Mr. Alfreit
Hertz. Preceded *>f a
GRAND MISCKtXAXEOr9 CONCERT.
with the following; principal alnrsrs: Mrnea. Abott. Altea.
Bonlnae^rna, Cavaiterl. Emma Eimc« Farrar. Fleischer-
Edel Homer. Klrkby-Lunn. Rappold. Sembrich: MM.
Burg-staller. <>rueo. tlorlts, Plascon. Roussellert.
Scottl. Btracdart. Conductors. MM. Bovy. Franko. V'. S r.a»
Family Circle. $2: Balcony. |3: Dress Circle. *3: Or
chestra and Oreh. Circle. »19. Boxes. JSO $70 $109
SEAT SALE OPENS THIS MORNING AT 9.
* Kade'.burrs Comedy "I>KK BLLNHE PASSACJIER.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
AUTOMOBILE
SHOW
OPEN IB A. M. TO II P. M.
MENDELSSOHN Tfl-MlflUT 8: " SECOND
HAIL. 119 W .40th St. I U niUil I CONCERT.
A DELE MARGULIES TRIO
MISS ADELE MARr.n.irs. r i «••
MR. I.KOrOLO U(HTtNBfH(, Vtoltai^t
MR. LEO HMII.TZ, C«lllst.
Seats II. JO and 11.00 at Box OtSc*.
CARNEOIB HAH. J Tht-1 I JAM 17
Thursday En ! Concert «*/"*.l^» 14
RUSSIAN srar ™ r .
MODEST AI.TSCHCI.ER Cond'uctof
*— ALTGHEVSKY
\ By special arrangement with Man Opera Co.
Tickets $1.30 to 50 eta., at Box Offl.e.
MENDELSSOHN j T\>«lne»JaT I I-,-, 1 A "*
ham. Aft . J an. 4o , j
::;;\> \,A PETSCHNIKOFF
Seats $1. 91.30 at Mendelssohn Hall .«r 10 E. 17th St.
WEBER PIANO USED.
TKIJIARMON'IC U %U*
3-4:1.1. 9:30 & 9:43 p. m. Pally ■■ 39th St. an.l ■ *ay.
Bl»ctri<- Muilo by Sxi!!«-.l \'T!« - to (TA/>
10.000 places at once. See Process. a^\^V»
11/ IT R D' C BB # »«v * 29th. Eva. S Sharp.
¥¥ LDLIi J Matinees To-day * Saturday.
DREAM CITY is THE MAGiC KNI6HT
Both by H3dr»r Smith an.l Victor Herb«rt.
GARDEN Th»atr«. 27th St. * Mad At. Et*: « . i
ftai.^ ! THK STUDENT KING.
rnru a world in wax. gypsy mvsic ,
CUCN I CrNBMATOOR.\PH KT»ry Hour.
MU6EE ■ M*tt«Uou* Andivs la Their New WoadSSßv
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