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WAR OF HOUSES OPENS.
Continued from Arat poc*.
In th» House of Commons or outside on tha
question of reforming: the House of Lords.
Lord Rlpon. liberal, Lord Privy Seal, after ex
pressing sympathy with th« sufferers from the
earthquake at Kinp. c ton, Bald they had heard
with th* keenest satisfaction of the manner In
■which the navy of th» United States went to
t 1 <* assistance of the sufferers. That action, he
a<Sde4, had done much to bind still more closely
the ties which connected them with their kin
across th« Atlantic. The British were deeply
grateful to the American sailors and their
officers.
KIXG EDWARDS SPEECH.
Marked Acknowledgement of Amer
ican Courtesy at Kingston.
London, F«b. 12.— The second session of the
■econd Parliament of the present reign, which
promises to be full of interest and importance
In consequence of the projected Liberal attack
on the House of Lords and the introduction of
an instalment of Home Rule for Ireland, xva*
opened by King: Edward this afternoon with all
the ceremony which has attended these func
tions since his accession. The King and Queen,
in the historic golden coach, took part in the
state procession from Buckingham Palace to the
House of Lords. The route was lined by troops,
and despite the drizzling rain and cold weather
crowds occupied all the points of vantage and
pave their majesties a most hearty reception.
The great officers of state awaited the King at
the Victoria Tower entrance of the House of
Lord*, whence the robing room was reached.
The King having donned the royal robes over
his field marshal's uniform, a procession was
formed. Amid fanfares of trumpets it slowly
crossed the royal gallery and the princes' cham
ber, and entered the upper house, which was
lighted ! y many fleet rollers. As the heralds,
pursuivants and other state officers heading the
procession in old time garb entered the house, the
brilliant gathering there rose to greet their
majesties. The house was filled to Its capacity,
end the assemblage of members of the royal
family, of peer* robed in scarlet and ermine,
and peeresses resplendent in court gowns, state
robes and fine jewels, foreign diplomatists,
among whom were Ambassador Reid and Secre
tary Carter: Church dignitaries, judges and offi
cers of the navy and army in gala uniform or
clad In the varicolored robes of their office,
facing the King and Queen, who were seated
on their thrones, combined to form an imposing
fcene. Ranged on the steps of the throne, on
either Fide of the King, stood the Earl of Crewe,
Lord President of the Council, bearing the crown;
the Earl of Harrington, joint hereditary Lord
Great Chamberlain of England, carrying the
fword of state, and the Marquis of Winchester,
premier marquis of England, with the cap of
maintenance in his hands, and all the other
state dignitaries.
The members of the House of Commons having
been summoned by Black Rod to attend the
House of Lords, the Lord High Chancellor, Lord
Loreburn. kneeling, handed the King the speech
from the throne, which his majesty read.
The document foreshadowed a full and busy
Fe*si.->n, devoted to Ireland, army reform aiid
temperance, apart from the overshadowing
question of the House of Lords. After the usual
jefcrenoe to the good relations prevailing be
tween Great Britain and the other powers, the
speech deplored the loss of life and destruction
of property resulting from the earthquake at
Kingston.
"I have seen with satisfaction," said the King,
"that the emergence has been met by the Gov
ernor and his officera with courage and devotion
end by the people with self-control. The occa
pion has called forth many proofs of practical
pood will from all parts of my empire, and I
recognize with sincere gratitude, the sympathy
phown by the peoj.le of the I'nlted States an!
the assistance promptly offered by their naval
authorities."
At this point his majesty turned toward the
diplomatic body and bowed to the American
Ambassador, "Whitelaw Reid.
A congratulatory reference to the visit to India
of the Ameer of Afghanistan was followed by
the Intimation that, "while guarding the execu
tive power unimpaired," some changes in the
government methods of India were under consid
eration, bringing them more In accordance with
the wishes of the natives.
Then came a guarded reference to the ques
tion uppermost In the minds of his majestj-*s
hearers. It was addressed both to "My lords"
and "the gentlemen of the House of Commons,"
and was as follows:

Serious questions affecting the working of our
parliamentary system have arisen from the un
fortunate differences between the two houses.
My ministers have this important subject under
consideration, with the view of a solution of the
difficulty.
The rest of the speech was devoted to the
proposed licensing bill, the object of which Is to
diminish the evils of drink, proposals for the
Improvement of the army organization, Irish
local government an( j educational questions, and
a number of minor measures, including the
rstabliphmrnt of a court of criminal appeal. On
the Irish question the King said:
Your attention will be called to measures for
further associating the people of Ireland with
th<? management of their domestic affairs, and
otherwise improving their system of government
in its administrative and financial aspects. Pro
posals will also he submitted to you for effect-
Ing a reform of university education in Ireland,
by which I trust that the difficulties whVh have
pr, long retarded higher education in that coun
try may he removed.
Among the domestic legislation foreshadowed
In the speech was a bill enabling women to serve
*>n local bodies, evidently intended as a sop to
th«» woman suffragists.
Having delivered his message to Parliament
1 1 1«» King pave his hand to the Queen, assisted
h«>T to rise, and the procession was reformed and
returned to the Robins Room in the same order
In which it- had entered the house.
The points in the King's speech which attract
ed th«> most attention were the references to the
Kingston disaster and the House of Lords.
When the differences between the Lords and
the Commons were mentioned there was a per
ceptible commotion among the audience, which
was the more noticeable because it is unusual
for any phrase in a speech from the throne to
cause anything in the way of a sensation among
those Who hear it read.
The House of Commons assembled formally
for a brief period after the reading of the
speech, and then adjourned until 4 p. m.
AN EARTHSHOCK IN 6PAIN.
Madrid. F*-b. 12— A severe earthahock lagting"
■even seconds was fflt tn-day at AUta.na, prov
ince of afurcta.
FRENCH WORKMEN'S PENSION BILL.
Paris, Feb. ]L' The Minister of Labor, M.
Vivian!, to-day <oinniunicaU-d to the Cabinet tho
draft of th« ijr<,iK»sed workmen's pension law.
It kHI now be submitted to a parliamentary
com in ! ■
SPANISH REPUBLICAN ANNIVERSARY.
Madrid, Feb. 12.— Committees of the various
Republican organizations yesterday celebrated
the anniversary of the proclamation in 1873 of
the . aniah Republic.
King Amadeus of Spain sent a message to the
, Ccxte* en February U, 1873/anaouhcine hi* ab
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dication. The two Chambers therpupon com
bined as the sovereign C<irte= of Spain, and by a
vote of 12G to 82 declared Spain a republic On
December 3J. 1874, Alfonso XII, father of the
present King of Spain, was proclaimed King by
General Martinez Campos, and later was recog
nised all over Spain. H« made hla triumphal
entry into Madrid on March 20. 1876.
BOMBS IN IVITTE HOME.
Another Infernal Machine Found —
Reactionists Suspected.
St. Petersburg. Fob. 12.—- Count Wttte Jo-;lay
confirmed the report that an infernal machine,
containing nitroglycerine, with a clockwork ap
paratus attached, was found in an unllghted
stove of his house last night. A second Infernal
machine, timed to explode at 8 o'clock this even-
Ing, was latpr found In the houae. Both ma
chines were of poor construction.
The attempt on the life of Count Wltta to at
tributed to tho Reactionary League of Ven
geance.
An unknown man asked the house porter re
cently on which Bide oi the house the count
elept. and when the Information was given to
him, the otrnnger urged the j.<>rter to warn the
ex-Premier to change his room. The porter
however, paid no attention to the warning, and
said nothing about the occurrence.
WARSHIP AT GREYTOWN.
Plans to Bring About Central
A m erica n A rbitrat ion.o n .
Washington, Feb. 12.— Tho gunboat Marietta
has arrived at Greytown, Nicaragua, from
O-unntanamo, and reporter! to the American
Consul, Mr. Ryder. It Is said that the warship
will carry the consul to Blueflelde, where he will
be able to get Into closer communication with
the authorities at Managua, the capital, and
assist In carrying out the state Department's
piano to prevent a clash between Nicaragua and
Honduras. The cruiser Chicago, which lias
been taking on coal at Acapulco, Mexico, Is un
derstood to be again on her way down the Pa
cific coast of Central America. Commander
Doyle will take the ship to Acajutla. Salvador.
and report to Mr. Merry, the American Min
ister. It may be that in the course of the nego
tiations it will be found desirable to provide
some neutral place of meeting for commission
er*, and the Chicago might be used us the Mar
blehead was last spring.
It is said to-day on authority that th«» Issues
between Honduras and Nicaragua appear now to
have dwindled down Into a mere exhibition of
temper on both sides.
JAPAXS BUDGET PASSED.
Opposition in Lower House Power
less — G rea t Expenditu re .
Toklo, Feb. 12.— The national budget for 1907
•OB paseed the House of Representatives to-day
without the slightest curtailment. Such a:i oc
currence is without precedent since the opening
of the Japanese Diet. The powi t th<
opposition 18 regarded by many persons here mb
a bad sign for the prog^ institutional
government In Japan.
The budgrt for UOT-'M provides for the expendi
ture of £06,000,000, 180,000,000 more than last year,
and is twice as much us was required to c<r
expenses. prior to the Russo-Japanese war.
are large appropriations for naval and mlllt
creases, and new undertakings In tha I
of Communications are to I
loan of fl&.OOO.OOO.
VATICAN'S PART IN POLITICS
French Officials Soon to Publish Documents
Seized at Nunciature.
Paris, Feb. 12.— Interest In th< from
France of Mgr. Montagntnl, who was secretary
of the Papal Nunciature here, be re
vived by the publication of the documents Beized
at the nunciature, and It li learned that they
are likely to create a stir beyond the borders of
France. Tin; government officials here believe
that the papers in their possession prove con
clusively that the Vatican authorities have for
the last two years been constantly Interfering
!n politics not only In Franc*-, but In Spain and
Germany. It Is officially explained that the
documents seised postdate the rupture <if re
lations between Prance and the Vatican, tin- In
violability of the previous diplomatic corre
spondence b-lng scrupulously observed. It Is
•further explained that it was impossible to pub'
lish tho documents sooner, as they were In pos
session of the courts In tl ases against the
Abb* 1-!*1 -!* Jouln, Leclerq ;md Richard, who were ar
rested at the time Mgr. Montagnlnl was ex
pelled, charged with Inciting resistance to th*
laws.
Rome, Feb. 12. — While th* Pope Is devoting
his attention to the religious features of the con
flict between France and the Vatican, It Is
known that other ecclesiastical leaders are de
voting almost their entire attention to the po
litical side of the Question. It is asserted that
the latter have seized the opportunity presented
by the Introduction of the proposed income tax
into th"> Chamber of Deputies to endeavor to ob
tain the assistance of the financial world In
bringing about a ministerial crisis in Paris.
NOTABLE PAINTINGS STOLEN.
Thieves Carry Off Booty Valued at $175,C0D
from Mr. Wertheimer's Home.
London, Feb. 12. — The most sensational art
burglary since 1870. when Gainsborough's
"Duchess of Devonshire," now the property of
J. Pierpont Morgan, was stolen by an Amer
ican, Harry Raymond, occurred at Charles
Wertheinier's residence, In Park Lane, last
night. Several costly canvases, including pict
ures by Gainsborough and Reynolds, were cut
out of their frames and carried off. The two
Galnsboroughs and the Reynolds were worth to
gether $80,000. So unskilfully were the pictures
cut from their frames that they have been Irre
trievably ruined. Tho thieves also curried away
eighteenth century Frenr-h snuffboxes, minia
tures and other objects of art. The men made
their exit from the front door with their booty.
which caused the alarm bells to ring ami
aroused the household. The burglars escaped
before the police could be summoned The prop
erty stolen in valued ar 1175.000
BWIBS REFUSE EXTRADITION DEMAND.
Lausanne, Fob. 12.— < The federal tribunal here
to-day unanimously refused the request of the
Russian government for the extradition of three
natives >•? Georgia. Transraucnsia. who are
charg'-d with robbing the treasury n' Vousch]
Caucasus, at $500,000 The court held that the
crimo was the work of the Georgian federal
party ajid toat Its object vu purely political.
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Biinrl.'** 6:6Bi6unset B:Sl|Moon i«>u 6:4*|Moon's age 1
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Fan<lr Hook 8:08 1 Got. Island 8:29 Hell Oat« 10:22
P.M.— Sandy Hook 8:421Q0t. Island B:08|H»ll Gate 10;5«
WIRELESS REPORTS.
*The Ma.f*>dtl'\ which reported to Babla Island at 8 50
p. m. yenterdßv, when "40 miles nouthnast of that sta
•tatlon, is expected to dock übout 0:80 p. m. to-morrow.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Venel. From. Line.
•Astoria Glasgow, February 2 Anchor
•Conioteni* Para, February 81 Booth
Co.icho Galveston, February 6 Mallory
On mill ill a Naples, January 30 Fabra
El DoraJo Galveston, February 0 So Pacing
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14.
•Maje«t!'- Queenstown, February 7. . .White Star
Konlg Albert Gibraltar, February 4 N O Lloyd
Grai walderata Plymouth, February 4 Ham) Am
Main Bremen, February 2 N ■, Llojd
Bristol City Swansea, January 22 I.'1 .' Bristol
<;«rty \!p'.- ■■*. January 28 . . . Austrian
Barcelona Han burs January 28 Hamh Am
Kansas City Savannah, February li Savannah
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10
•Vlgllanda . .. V«ra Crux, February 8... Ward
KaJi Marcos Galveston, February »• Mallory
Xl Pa»o Galveston, February '.' So Pacific
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY in.
•<.am ran la Liverpool, February 0 Omard
Louis Southampton, February ». . .Am«rloan
Mlnnetcmka London, February 7 Atlan Trans
City of Ma.-.:; ... Savannah, February- 13 Savannah
*Brlngs mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vassal
Vessel. For. Line Mnii r]rx*e». sails.
Baltic. Uvan Whito Star . 3:30 a. m fl:<X>am
Bermurtlan. Jiermu'la. Quebec g:00 am 10: iK) a m
St Egbert. Argent ne. Barber ■ 9 00 a m 11:00 a in,
■^Ve^t< I rn;and. Antwerp. Ii •! Star 7:00 am
Amsteldyfc. Rotterdam. Ha land Am . 10 KM h m
l)a>aiuo. Cienfuegns, Ward 3:00 pm
Comas. New Orleans, So Paclflo — l9iX)m
Alamo. Galve Mallory 3Wpm
Hamilton. Norfolk, Oil Dominion 8:00pm
Huron. Jacksonville, Clyde 3:iX>pni
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14.
c»»rar 11. Cbpsnhajren. Bf-andinavlan. . »».'fi>iim 12-OOm
I>a Pavule. Havre, French 7 :0O am :00 am
Mexico. Havana, ward :00a m 12:00 in
Alleghany. Ha; ti. Hamb-An 1] :00 atn I •-. n -r>
Tullnmiin. Martinique, N Dmh.T.l-:0O m RoO[>m
■ -aaasl, Bremen, N d Lloyd - 10:00 am
Xl Rio. Oalvestnn. So ParMU: a '•• .. m
Denver. Galva^ton. Mallory 3:"tpm
Monroe. Norfolk. O'A l«m . *:or>pni
City uf Columbus, BaTannah Savannah ;i <«> p, n
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13.
Trim Wiliem 11, Haytl, D W 1 11 :«X> a m
Finance,. o<lon. I'aiiiiina ll:Soa,m S.-fOnm
Virginia. Jamaica. Hamb-Ain ll::)rt»m 2:oopm
Cuthbert. l'ara. Uooth IS ) m 3:oopm
Ails Yucatan ... lll.Ooiu :i'.... m
Aruchn. Jacksonville. Clyde . :<:'»> pm
Comal. Urunswlrk. llallory • 1 oy p m
Beoeca. Norfolk, ola Don ..... a o<» p m
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destlnatli n a:-. I steamer i."lose In New York
lapao (exce;t parcels-post malls), ■■«••
Chlim an l Philippine lilanJ* ivta Van
couver and \lctorla. B. C ) — Cm; reis of
("ulna to .!n. 6<>osn
Jap*:.. i'.:rM. China anl Phtllpplnt
Itilaudß rvla BeatUfl)— Akl Maru Ktblt. «oo m
Japan, Cor«J an.l tiilna («recla!ly »d
dreased only*, (via Taromai — Tjrdeus...Feb 18, 6«opm
liavtuli. Japan, <or». 'tilna and Phllil
pins Islands nla Ban Francisco)—9l
berta Feb 17. 12:30 a m
Japan, Con.a, f'hlna an I Philippine Isl
m,'.. (via Beattla)— Lyra F«b 17, :00am
.■%■ * Zealand Australia (except West).
New Caledonia, Samoa, Hawaii uni
specially addressed rv.all for the FIJI
Islands (via Htui Francln''") noma .F»b 24. 12 50 a m
Australia (except West), FIJI !«'.*!. ill ard
New Caledonia <■ iv Vancouver an.l
Vlrtoria. Ii i;i— Mliiwera Keb 24. « >~<o p m
Haw.. 1 .lai.an. Corea, china and l'hillp
plne Islands (via Ban Francli —
China ... . Feu ■-. 12 -.■. ■ a m
SHIPPING NEWS
Port of New York. Tuesday, Feb. 12. 1907
AIW.: VI-.M
Steamer Ocean (Dutch), <)ie»«-ke. Amsterdam January
X, to Phi llj itui.HM.hl. in illast. Arrived at the l!ur at
11:18 p ... i ; 1 tin.
Reamur Finland, Apfeld. Antwerp Februan 2. to the
It-: sur Line, with 1 L»l cabin and 748 steeraci Mutfivncars
and nvdse. Arrived nt thn Mar at B:i0 p m (11th).
Bteanter Carea (Ital) Mdrtula. Uenoa Januari in (a
tanla 16, Messina 17. Palermo IU and Oraa 23 to lftrzc-1
Fait man : - ■■■■ cv,c v , «it!i iu>l»b. Arrived at tho liar ut I
V in.
HicHinf-r Htntenduin (Dutch), Brulnsma, Rotterdam aj ii
l).»uloifii.' February 2. to the Holland America Line,, with
Hl4 cabin un.i Cil4 steerage passengers and md» m '
rlv«d ut the Bar at 13:43 i> m.
Bteamer Ursula ltrlfhl (llii, Goode. J»aßua January 28
und <*all>arlA[> I-Vbi uury i"., u> W 1> Mii::». : with BUS ir
Arrived at the liar at 11 a m
Bteamer Hrln* Joachim oler). Yon L*ltner. Havßnllla
January 29, i artagena 30, Port Ltmon Februan 4 ai i
KliiKKton 7. to the I {am American Line, with to th,
senge/' niallM and mdse. Anlved at the liar at 0:45
Bteamer Excelsior, Blrney, Oalveston February B to the
Southern Paclflo Co. with indue. I'unseil in Quarantine at
i» .'i.» a m. ,
Steamer Navaboe>. Hale, (;eorK<-town. X <*' February 7
«"'i Wllmlngtiin. N C, '■>. to the Clyde J^ Co with mdse"
Passed In guamntlne. ut 11 :0* am.
Steamer Comal, Risk, Mobile February 4. to the MaJlnry
F» _<„ with passengers and mdse. i-a»scd in Handy Hook
lit 2:18 i» in.
Bteamer Rio 'Iran.., Hays. Oalveston FVbruarv Ti to
I!.'- Mallory He Co, with passengers and mdse. Oft High-
JUIiuH *it *!_'"* [> in.
so Steamer Hamilton Boaa. Newport Hews and Norfolk to
the Old Dominion Ss Co, with pasnengers and m.l» . Oft
lllKhlanfla at .1 p m.
Steamer Havana Stevens. Havana, February » to James
I) Ward A <.'o. with 21:3O2 1 : 3 Op a nr B ** r '- malls and md«e Ar
rived at tb« Bar at 2:31> p m.
Bandy Hook, N. J.. Feb. 12, 0:30 P. M— Wind north
west; frnah breeze; rlear. rln
sAn.Kii.
Bteamrrs Kaiser Wllhrlm II (G«r), Hrernen via Plymouth
«nd iTierb«urn: Am<rl.-an fDutch), Antwerp; Dim (Swed)
Norfolk; America (Nor), Bams "»»•««■
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
HarnburK, Feb 9— Sailed, fteanier llniuiia (Ger), Schmidt,
afarseillea, Feb lO— Arrived, strainer Massllla fltaJv
Caatagnola, New fork
Gibraltar, F>l. 12— Arrived, steamer Vorkar (Ocr) liar
raasowiu. New York for Naples etc '
Glasgow. Feb 'li— Arrived, steamer KUilopla air., M--
Rhinnon, New York.
H^IK: Feb 13— Arrived, itttner Weehawken (Hr). Hard-
Rlo ►Janeiro, Feb ,4— Sailed, steamer Myrtledene (nr)
ulo <from fiantos). Now York. '" r >.
Pal *f™ni We.t'^cl^or'N^'YoS* 11 ' (Aust). "'-
Darbadoe Feb 12— Arrived.' steamer Ia Plat* (R r) Trtex
Southampton via Vlw.for Colon, etc. and NVw YorU
Usard Feb 12-l*«Me.i. •teamers^ NaVrtianseu #oS>
Scott. New \orlt. f<jr I>jndon- Fried rich <ler n»»i
(Qer). Hleek*r. Bremen for New York Oro««a
Amsterdam, Feb 10— Arrived. steam«r pflns d«r \«l,,
IrU N^W F YSrt! " tUa "' °' U " ft (Aust >- Cherublnl.
M ti. 8^ «-:
Port flald. Fofi 1»-Arrlved. strainers CnetaoenV. ,T.^
S^ jr :sfS W . V^ k V i a Algl " r " '"'• Vicuna?" <le"rJi
vU st M "" iaWs -* *S£
IJb YorVt. r a rl I^'«;S er em " lenS " fßu ">' P-'ton.
CilU a"*'au r N,.w 1 Yorl< " tCam " r TrantenfMs (Qat>.
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EnS '"or!(" '' b °~ au " ed - « '-'" : " r ■*«» (Ocr), for New
Lectures.
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bomlnary. will be delivero* In .ho AdamsThan^ nf K ,h
Seminary; 700 Park Avenue, at 4:30 V™^^^* I
pSiSl' FebrUary •"-Hl.tortc^ Relations: ""E^r
rriday. February 13— -Relations ->f ratrratur* mnA n.i -
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an of tho IVstnl Barvlc* from time to time durtne the
fiscal >-. brslnnluir July 1. 10">7. and ending June S«>,
-• s or durlr.it th.. four ifari bes'.nning July 1. ISUT,
unil »nJ!nij Jur.n SO. 1011. as the ntraots may v l -
awa_-<T»il. B'aiiku for pruiK><tals. with <ii»-<-lfl<-atloas anl
!:istruc'.!on!i tv bidden, will be furnlshe-.l upon apj,!l -
cation to the I'uri-I.artng Agent f"r the P.mt OfTlcs I>*
rartnient. V'aahlnri !>. C. OEO. 11. CuP.TEL.YOr
l\js;:i.u.M-r Central.
DEPARTMENT OP TIIK INTERIOR. OKFU'n OF
i ' the Hup-rlntenJenl. L. 3 cupitul BulMinc and
Qronnils, v aahlnvton. V. <\. February liwT. Seali I
proposals On duplicate) "will t,« received anil opened ut
tho above ofll - at 12 o'clock, noon, on Wr<lnesday.
April H. lv<'7 for furnishing nil vlurubir-.g natures for
the House of It*l>rfs«>nratlvea ofllro biitl.lliiß. Pinna ii!, I
specifications enn l>« l - .u>l on application to the above "f-
J!c<v A rntlrif.J t-Meck In tha sum Of tvrentr "• ■ dollars
(ISS.MQ «H1 b<i required from tha Intending bidder as a
guarantee f.ir the r.-turn <,f th« plait an.l speclflcattona,
after the a«nri of contract. BMs mutt be uoromyanlfl
by certified ciir,k or surety bouj in th« gum «f •>« of ti.o
lanount of bIJ. Contract will r^qulie Rpi>ri>v#il surety
toi.'i in tlin *uu> of !*f"r "t the umouiit <>f contract. Tha
rlttt.t 1» reier\-ed tr> r^Jt-ct a:iv utvl all btda. or t., «uli»
any technicality or Informality in «nr bl i. ELUOTT
■'■ <." >DH BupeHntendxnt V. S. Capitol llulMmu and
Grounds. ApjirovMl. K. A. lIIT<TIOJCK. .Secretary.
OFFICE OF TUB DEPARTMENT of PARKS.
Arsenal Itulldlnjr. Fifth avenue ami »v»th strret.
n->r<>urh of ManhulU.ll. the city of New York
H»alf.l bl<H it '«!lnialr.. will bo r>v<-lv«.1 l.y th^ Pavk
Board at the above nt!V» of the Department of I'srka
■ritll 3 ..•!■!,« k p. r.i. 1 11
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, U*<7. tiorouch of Mai.hattan.
(Contract No. B 1
For work hivl iiiaterlul ft r tiif Inatallatton of plrnnMng
nd dratnaiT) ap|4tratua tn th.. N»w ..rit I'ubilc. Ijbrery
Aftor. L«nos i.n-1 Ttlden Foundations, Fifth avenue
40th .;.■-■■• Tlit serurlty required will t«
thirty thousand dollars. The time allowed for 4na an 1
• omiicttntc tha work in this contract will be three \t-av*
after notion to U-Kln work at tb^ bullillrm has been given
The Mils will b» oompared uu.i th^ contract awarded
at a lump or a»icr«"Ratn sum.
Plans timy bn Been and blank forma tuny hh t > ibtalned
at 1!.. office of th« Department of Parki Arsenal, Cen
tral Park, Munhnttan. uriil ul»o ut the o:!!c«- of t Via arohi
t^rts. Ourrero & UiiitltiKa, No. 19* East 41st Htr^et. Man
hattan.
For further i>urtlculnra •<•« "City R-cor.l ■■
MOSES HERRMAN. President;
JOSEPH 1. HI RRY
MICHAEL .1 KENNEDY,
<'iimmlßiili>n»'rs .' Parks
Datl I Fabmary »fh. IWR
Elections.
ANNUAL BISECTION OF THE AMERICAN IN3TI
t.T, "Thursdry Feb. H. 1007, at 19 West 44th st
Pull* open 10 a. m to 8 }• m
Amusements.
EMPIRE THEATRE Broadway and 10th St.
klfirinC X\ X*..K *.. S H^inrp Mat. Pat.. 2.
LAST 4 NIGH
ELLEN TERRY
nnrl li»r 1.0n.10n Company in <l nibla bill.
HE GOOD 'HOPE
(Adapted by Christopher St. John) and
NANCE OLDFIELD
Minn Terry In both play*.
Saturday. Ulai [•■■■■ Fare- well.
m^at. ETHEL BARRYMORE ■ ;ur
OPEMXJ I'l \V. <AIT. JINKS.
HUDSON 1111"-*1 1 11" -* ""' s '. Knst of Broadway.
nuu3Ui> Ev ; H:ir> N ,;;, M:l , S:lt 2;16 -
200 1 11 TIMI. FEB. SOUVENIRS.
ue,!k THE HYPOCRITES
Extra; Matinee Washington* Bii 111 la;
RRITPRiniI THKATRE. Broadway and 44th St.
UnilLmUn Evea.B:3o. Next Mat. Sa t.V 2:2o.
"SCORED A HIT."— HERALD.
LULU CLASER 'rr, 10
kioxt mv.v. i FHANK DANIELS
Seats. ThiirH. I THE TATTOOED MAN.
11/11 I inV'D Broadway and 30th s.r.-t
lIALLAutV C Ev«B. 8:15. I Ml M.ii Sat., 2: IS.
SAM BERNARD wit. iioi,i;k\iii:imi.i;.
Kxtra Matinea VVaahlngton'a Birthday.
KM(Ki:itit()( Ui:i{. B-way ana SStli st.
Evenings R:l.">. Matlu«en To-day .t Sat.. 2:15.
MONTQUAIERY & STONE i^H,,.,..
Xtra \\ ti-tliini; i <m Blrthilay Matinee,
PIDDinV THEATRE. :tsth St . near Broadway
UAnnlUn i,,.. - . ■:•> Mats. T.. .lay * Sal.. 2:10
MATS. TO-DAY AM) >AI
WM. COLLIER SaSVftj?
Extra Matlneu Waahtngtun'a Birthday.
LYCEUM 45th U^^Ss^'i, ';% "■■
'■hV: THE UONJ^J^OUSE
I.YCEI'M THEATRE - - - NPECIAI
MATH. TO-DAY & * HI.. AT 2:15.
THE TRUTH U^ VY H DE
QAVftY"" 1 St ' • B'way. By«». : j5.
*-»^^k ▼ I Mats. Tliui» & Fat.. 3:15
MATS. TO-MORROW & SAT.
U A -N Vf, E HOU R
By GEORGE BROADHURST.
Imported especially for Southern "Wear.
(THIRD FLOOR)
Greatly Below Regular Value,
Russian Calf Coats, Nutria Collar and Cuffs.
Long Model, wide sweep, plaid lining:, Venetian yoke.
Australian Opossum Coats, long model,
wide sweep, plaid lining and Venetian yoke.
English Tweed Auto Coats, Formerly $38.00.
Established
half a century
Men's Fur Coats of Leopard, Wolverine, Otter, Beaver,
Pony, Raccoon, Wombat and Dog, also Fur
Lined Coats, Attractively Priced.
"Amusements. _
6th Are., 43d to 4«to Bt. Ev*e. I. <" 11-10.
Dally Matinees at I sharp. 21": to * ;,?l)
"In nil tin. world do show »*?.^Ji,--.-^
NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER
Mermaid* Disappearing In R««l j^ e l_,*,
>, 8 PIONEER DAYS
NEXT SL'M>AY— PEOPI,ETS CHORAL UNION.
"Tins CREATION.'- Frank Damrosch. Conductor.
I VDlf* *T<Tsr.. W. of Bway. Tel. 164« Bryant.
LI nib Em. «t 8. Mat. Sat.^
SOTHCRN —MARLOWE
I© night, "The Sunken ■alt" Prices 500. M $2.
Kacorts for unattended ladles furnlsnea Bel
PRINCESS. I Tel. 294* Mad. Evening 53* Mat*.
n way & 29th. ; Thurs.. Sat. & Feb. «2. 2:Sfc__~;
MAIUJAHI-.T I The Oreat Unw«r«
ANOLIX | Divide. I .MIUJH
PICIUfI B'waj and 39th st. Tel«. lfll« Bryant.
UAOInU Opening- »»t Satnrday Eve.
I-OVlr* MANN la "THE WHITK HEN."
Ml ICCTIfI By A 39th St. TeL 3500 Col«. Evrs.SilO.
IrlAJtollU Pop. Mat. To-day. Reir Mat Sat.
THE ROSE OF THE ALHAMBRA^
Fields' UpraM \n B •»> * " •T«M4sS-3I.Ev» .1:18-
nßrilU 04. juts. TuesJar end Saturday.
THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY.
■PKCIAL MATS. TO-DAY. THIRSDAY * FP.'.DAT.
Alia. N«xluio»» In "A Dolls House."
I lalAAl al CA trwrnt •*• «••■■ st. Bt.. » ii*.
LINCOLN 50. Mat. To-day and sa « 13.
TO-D\Y I EDWARD ANN IE
«. SI " I HARRIDAN YEAMANS
(111) LAVENDER.
Week Feb. 18— THE TWO ORPHANS.
.Nut SUNDAY MAT. * NIGHT GBAXI> CONCERT.
MANHATTAN « th T:^.T2^
■ SKA SON OP GRAND OPEKA
OPC VP. II AMMKR9TEIN* ■.°JL r i£. t 2 r
TO-NIGHT, at 8 — Meyerbeer's TIIE HCOCB
NOTH Mrr.es. Ross, Zeppvlll. D« < tanaros s-verlna.
Zaccarla; MM. Baasl Ancona. Arlmundl. Hev^llhao.
Venturlnl, Fossetta. Musnoa, D»Jai. Resch!«llan.
Conductor, Camvanlnl. •
Tilt KM.. IKB. I*. at * IS -Special performance —
Seventh appearance of MMX. MEI.BA (by re<;uest>.
Verdi's IUUOI.ETTO. ilmes. Me'.ba. feverlna. Ola
cor.lu. Zaocarla MM. Bonol. Sammareo. Arlmondl.
Poasetta sfucnos. Vcnturtn!. Reochigllan. Con
ductor, I'ampanlnl.
FKI., FEU. 13. at S— VerJl's AIDA. Mm»s Rues.
r>« Cisneros; MM. Bassl. Ancona. Arlmoadl,
Ifuirn 1 Tecrhl ronductor. Campan'.nl.
WAT. MATINEE. FEB. 1«. at i— EUhth appear
ance of M.ME. MKI.IIV Don'.settls op»r«. I.CCIA
I»I I.AMMEIIMOOK. Mmes. Melba. Sev^rtnat Mil
Bonol. bammaroo. Mugnot. Venturlnl. Tecchl. Con
ductor, Tannra.
NAT. KIOHT, IKB 1«. at 8:13 (eleventh of the
serl«s of I'opular Saturday Nl«ht performance*.
Prices "So. to t*>— Verdl» opera. 11. TROVATORE.
Mmes. Russ. D.- Clsneroa. Zaccar'.a. MM. r»:morn.
Bevellhac. Stunnos T.-<'chl rnn.l . famnan'.ni
-.iiml.iv 8:H0. 1,11 AM) I (>M KKT JO«.-*l3O.
" S#>ut» for All Ahore Now Selling.
MON.. I'KII. 1«. at B.ls— Ambrol* Tlioi:ir« - h Ml«.-
NON. Mines Br»s»:«r Otanoll Plnkert. Ulaoonla.
MM. Bonrl. Artmondl. Olllbert. Mugnos. ConJuctor.
Campanlnl.
WED.. FEB. ?0, at 13— Meyerbeer* ■ DINORAII
fflrs- •... Miles 1..-.- Trentlnl. <}la<-o:i!*. MM.
Attchevsky, Ancona. Muur.oz. Venturlnt Conductor,
fampaiilr.i
S|irc lul Holiday "\ M;ne%. Bra<ss>r(-,!anol!. Por.al
lVrfonniuio-, I da. Trentlnl iJUc.inla. MM. Pal-
Frldiir Aft«Tuo«a mure*. Ancona, .;::tb»rt. Paiidt.
1 rl> St. at J. L MUSI ReachtsUaa.
)),'" 11l1 lll 1 »'» POPI'LAII PRICES.
lllreri' 1 '- . -*.. •'• •' 50 - •*• »3.
( \H>lh.N J CoTlductor. i*.impnn!i'.t.
" Fill FEB. 2?. a! 8:tB iWa^hliiKton's Birthday* —
Orati'l Double U.K. M,n. u«:.rs CAVAIXEKJA HI ■».
TIC ANA Mmes. Itwi. Glaconta. Sevorlnn. MM.
l>almor<». Bevellhac ami l.eon.avalio's I PAGM
ACI'I. Hni I>onalda. MM l»«i*9l. Rammarro. S*.
vellhur. Venturlnl. Conductor. M. Campanial
SAT. MAT.. FKII. -3. at "! — Oth appraruace M>IE.
MXI.HA. Verdi's I.A TK.WIATA. Mmea MelbA.
Zaccarla. S«v;rtna. MM. Basal Bajnmareo. Muavo*
FoiM«-ttu ! ■,<.'.:• Ri scl l| lan OHlbei t Conductor.
Caropanlnl.
SAT NH.lir, FEII. M. at 8:13 '. < :.:«.■ -•: 111 C I
HI I.AMMKHMOOIt. Ullri Pinken Heverlna, MM
Bond Berellhac, Mugnos, "Wnturlnl, Tecchl. Con
ductor, lannra.
Popular i>ri. 13c to *:t no
SEAT SAI.K I oH WEEK OF IKB. IS
OPK.NH TOMORROW (THURSDAY) » A. M.
lATAn OttmOmmy * 43th Sr. Fv*.. B:]a ■
fl^ ! aIK Matß T " ''*>' nn '' Patunlay 2:13
WWI Wll Sun 4 \V*«k, Ahead
; GENESEE OF THE HILLS
GARDEN Bvr* S:J.%. N»,t Mat Hat.. 2:15. i
; LITTLE MIGHUS I
MAKHATTAN rilK l r^ ■sr.-.v.T'S st - i
JEFFERSON OE ANGEUS SSSbSSi j
PLIENDOIF
KS9 To morrow Mat. at S. "CKI^I A fvl P\"
Sunday Night. »:15, t. IN OLAiM U
! I f\t\l HUH! "'•>>' iiakkv ni'LCiCB * CO..
I B til I! II I I nntl '"SKPIIINE COHAN * CO.. !
I.UI.UII2HL. ,1 „■ ; Kr«l Xlblo. .i Worr , n Kranr.
I W Mat. Dally. S3*. ; Will Kocer*. and other*
Ili lllMDni ' ■•"'■ »'» r <t»ii»iii 1 ' In "The
f nLU'lnn" Mlt Aeronaut." r.ISSRI.I. lUIOs! .
I HLllillllUllM ■::„., i Kllnora Sisters, others.
I belasco thkatkf. imd s f.\» 8:l5 -
V^;\r° isg ROSE A r X kancho
[ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 14th St. and Irving PI. i
l^:M - We«k« Mo Mi .'!i-» T<\ day ;
I»A\ ll» BEIAM'U Presents
WARFIELD the music ,
i. i■■» We to $t BO Mat. Sat.. 3 Hyp.. 110
n n AfllCfiM Oft !K\<-.^:l.V Mat.To a:iy&Fat.2:l3 '
AUioUfl Sy. ! CARLOTTA NILLSON
i m^Klisti^ I i" "* 3Of IS. .
O HJI MKVPKI .MSOIIN UU
O>4!*l t>MA (ONCKKT.
ICQ R S\33/^'^ Till l;.-.. FEB. 14. :t:So r. M.
r !f, l ?rf.H ! Mine. UffijjjUHN DYK !
\ M M m ii Mr. PAOLO GALLIGO, „ ...
R. G. KNOWLES „«'
THE HIMOROIH I.ECTTRKR. ;
T< i«. T A VISII 10 SOUTH AFRICA;
! and anhlnston's Birthday Nlchl (Feb. *»». 8:30. !
. Oil. \>OIU.I)S THRU NEW BYES" ' "
I plp 'l'- - ft^'-. 7 Be. »' "" s«ata n»« at Box Offlc*.
HAMMERSTEIN'S "4" 4 Evenlnr* 23r. to |1. ;:
fffl **■••'» |Mi Henri V* Vrte*. \\"alt»r Jones
HI -Matt, » l«s Mabel Hit*. "The. Man from
- tic. to 40c _ lMacy*»," Jack KorvonX-IVax Stsa.
Stem Brothers
Dressmaking Department
Are now showing a selection of
French Lingerie Gowns and Separate Blouses
of Linen and Nainsook, If and Made.
Hand Kmbroidered and T.ace Trimmed
Men's Automobile Fur Coats
Weit Twenty-third Street
526.50
37.50
19.00
Amusementi.
NEW AMSTERDAM !!";> „-:,■
.. „ To-day. .Matins. Best Seats fi.jo.
EXTRA MATINEE WASIUXGTONS BHtTiroAT.
BROADWAY "J"^- B "~a7**i« $%»
wIIWMU Ff M I Fashion Maritime Faturdav 210
a. the New Features Prov» filiations.
ANNA HELD
In THE PARISIAN MODEL
fipectal Matlnoe Waiihlnyton* Birthday.
LIBERTY TnEATRE - 4:< » Bt - .^ of 5-
LIDCnII Evs. 915 Matin*. Sa.t als
w~.. J^ tr /JJ I **?"* Waehln«ton» Birthday
ELEANOR ROBSON "f^ 0^
*»• ■MIIIL(Br« Harte s Daughter)
TO-MORROW AFTERNOON. AT t:S».
DALY'S vv HA-\H A -\- i a : and "25: ■>»«•«
UM LI O Mats. Wed it Sat. * F»b. 22 at 2:13
NEW YORK THEATRK N«: Mat. ?at
slfcfW IVnil F.- •• &:!.^. \«v. Ma' '»•
NO MATINEE TO-DAY. NEXT MAT six
EVERYBODY « G Q IN , JQ ggg,, G *>.
COHAN
In "GEORGE WASHINGTON, JR,"
casino TUES. FEB. 19
Li SA l 3« § S^ S 1 BEQINNINO IP. M .
W r» *s7 I la W i SEAT SALE PP!?N3
Broadway and B&th §• 1 TO-MORROW.
GREAT TESTIMONIAL TO
THE VETERAN ACTOR
FRANK C. BANGS
OF THE NOTED PLATERS WHO WILL
POSITIVELY APPEAR ARE:
MAROARET .v.viux. MRS. FISKE. Julia STAB
LOWE. OARLOTTA NILXSON. MME. S \~7ZII<YrA
CECELIA LOFTTS. FRANCES BTARR £ It
BOTHERX. HENRY MILX.ISR, DAVID \VA3FTELD
anvl man>- others.
Til HEM 8 00. t.OO. 1.00. ADM.. 30c.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOC3E.
This Evenlnj. at S. i.a TRaVlaTA— Seaibrloh.
Mattfel.V aooby Caruso. Sootti. Bars. DufricaaL
B#pu*. Pal Conductor Vlgr.a "
Frl. Ev».. Feb. 13. st 7:43. TP.I6TAN l'Nl> IPOLCS-f
OartsV!. Homer: Burr.an. Vaa Rooy. BUsa. mans.
Relss. Conductor. H<r:«.
Sat. Aft.. Feb. 16. at 2. .\rr»A— Emma Earns*
Ktrhby-I inn: »"aru»o. Stracciarl. Plancon. M :>-.:n»in!i.
Conductor. '. .gr.a.
bat. Eve F«b. I< (popular prloea). at 9 DOS
PASQCAUS— Sembrteh: Dtppel. SoottL R.-.-s!. Tol'
lowed by CAVAI.I.EftIA nrSTICAN*— B •••-seßna.
Jacobv. - meolt; r>ip;>«: B»iru». Conductor Vl«na.
SOT. EVa FEU. 17. POP. PRICE*. AT 9l*
ORANIt SINUAY Mi.HT concekt.
6ololits: Ckvallerl. Abot:. Jacot*y: Bur«stal>r. Strac«
ctarl. Entire Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra. ->■•> '
<Juctor. Bott.
M.r. Evg. FVl> I- at 9. I. "AN A- FremHaS>
Rtppoli: Oani!,a. ?tra,-.-idr: Plancon. Journ^t. Bar*
Muhlnuuin. Conductor, \'!gr.a.
Wed. K,v« . r-.. 20 at -. FAl.'ST— KmrrjL T.\rr.*s. Ja
coor. Blmeol] It > .fse'.iere. (farewell), Plancon Stracclarl.
H«jrue Conductor. Bovt
Pri Morning, F«N. i-j (Was*. Birthday*. R»». Prtoe
Matinee, at 11 SO precisely. PARSIFAL— nreiusts<i: &irt
staler. Van Rooy. Illasa. Oorttx. Jonrret. V-ihliann.
;: '" : -'-' Stlner. Conductor. Herti. Beats or. »a.V
«FTI Kv*.. Feb. XX. at S. MAb.UtA Bl VHHfiJU
>Brrar. Homer: Caruso. Scottl. Kelss. Paroll Muhlmaan.
Conductor. >>na
The sal* oi saata for next week's rarfonaancsa befte»
to-tS)OtTO« (Thum. >, at !> \ M
WEBER PIANO rSED.
I RVIII ft PI TIIKATBE. To-night. Til—. Frt
ivllF.'JjlH.* Sat ElfE If * nd Raf M »t- La jt Il!B **
mill THAIJ.KK In •T9EII BIJNPE PASSAOoB*
BIJOU Ss^ Mat. Pat. Eve at 9:10.
UIUUU SOth.t. • Herald— Cro<rnar» wins.
HENRIETTA CROSMAN
AM.-OF-A-81'DDEX FEOGY. Extra Mat Fe> 21
March 11 — IX urn of Mine. A LI- A NAZIMOYA.
HACKETT Mat * Thur... Sat. * Fel>. 23. £ v
BERKELEY LYCEUM THEATRES V3SEK
MITTs ■,IS"?\T i 2I IP™ 1 KVEMXJ AT »iW.
ggAITHE RECKONINC
LDtln O Mat. Bat. j 800 uj
WPQC CITY^MiGIG KNISHI
LULnO M* cup
DREAM GUY * MAGIC KNOT
By Ed«ar Smlih and Victor Herbert.-
I Westminster Kennel Club
THIRTY-FIRST AXXVAI.
DOG SHOW
OPEN 10 A. M. TO tl P. M.
Madison Square Garden
PIANOLA RECITAL
ADMISSION lItKK. "
TO-DAY, .i P. M.
Soloist — Krlnald Werrrnrath — Baritone.
Th»»* RrcliaU ■ir.- Riven primarily to «lemon»trst»
th* artl.-tlr possibilities of the Pianola and -*<*"•*£
Pipe Organ. but are Intrinsically lnter»«lnr m "*"
'^ ll ° Yf AKOI.IAX HALL. *« Fifth Ate.
TO-NICHT. t»rn*iil«< "■PL.—- .
PITTSBURGH ORCHESTRA
KM 1 1 PA l lt iWtetor
MEHDELSSOHH CHOIR OF TORONTO
SfO MIXED VOICES. t-aitfrtt*
A. S. VOGT Conduct*
KMll. PAVK. PIANI»T. -
Price. *1. sM.SO. $1 and Tlr. H.«r« *li. At BoJ ; °- 3 v"
t'arnact* Hall, l.urkhardl ■ B.«l.lers. 10 East l.tn 31
•nd Musical Art Society. 1 West 54th- St. -
TELHARMONIC HALL SA»
Rva'ea. Including Sunday. Electric Music by >.<ili»««i%flQ
Artists to IO.UiO placea at once. See Process, _
If\ ;C* ST. NICHOLAS KINK. «TH ST • f?«*
O E. AY. S Sessions To-day. ■ Sk*i« * T
SKATING. Military Band.. ___———•
CHCall WORLD IN WAX. «YPSY ****
tUtN I'IXBMATOOBAraEvM* J£m m
MVSTE. I Conttnaed dacews A>BB£s iaaao»

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