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FISH OX 4 \W BOARD.
SUCCEEDS JAMES 11. HYDE.
So Bearing on Relations Between
Gould and llarriman, Says Former.
At tfie annual iii^^tin^ yesterday In St. Louis
of trio stockholder* of the Mtasour! Paclflc Rnil
vay Camrsxiy. Stuyyesant Fish and J. J. Slo
cuto were elected to Un ;>^Jr<l.; >^Jr<l. tii«» »"i">rr'.°r suc
t-^er'.in.'f Jatne-; 11. Hyde, reslsncd, and tii«» la'tor
t«K'«'!,T Hi.-' j.!;i.-r of I!)*- late Ruswll Bag*, who
vrs W. 3 ijpother-tn-lasr The other outjoing
directors wore ro-plf>ctO(].
Mr. Fisli declined to comment on tilts .^lpction
to tit- MlfiKrarl PiclCr board. "■whteh had especlaJ
intrropt f»r \\n" Etr * in low of tho hostility
rwtv. ft>n « Jonrt;':- J. GoU-d. president Of tttC Mi:--
Fouri farifl". and E. 11 KafHaiaii. and of th«
oti«tin?r of Mr l'ish last fall by Mr. Harrlman
froiii thf |>residency of the Illinois Central,
wh'rh h*» had administered fur twenty years.
Mr. <;<.': yesterdaj* aftfrnoon declared tbet
the ■ -rru'-. of Mr. J-'i 'i Into ih~ Misuari Pa
cifi.' <lirfolorr.t« lin^'i ' •> fc<»iins on *''" rela
tions betwwsi itw <:r>u!J and Karri i systcrna.
He added:
■Jltt FMf)j in a i"rle'.;<3 of rninf "ml rvas a friers
of my father, lie l«= a mar. of hi| trtanding and "f
*■*'• :.!-:• • railroad experience :\n*l evor Blr«c« h"
!of» !':•• | < v ,;r.. : ,- of ih'-- [Uta Central, last
fell. It haa iK-en my purr t'> Invit-3 him t">
become a director of the Missouri Pacific. Ho
will be i«i'*-<i a member of the executive com
mittee. Yrs. he is a stockholder in the eoiii»
pany."
Asked why Missouri Pacific Stock had de
clined so seriously of late <it closed yesterday
at 13%, and a few days ago was p<-!ii:^ under
70). Mr. Could said:
"Wall Street prices don't measure values. I
wouldn't sell my Missouri Pacific stock for I."><>
■ — not that anybody is offering that for It.
thi-.uir'i. TTie prospect now is thrt the stor.!:
will earn B*£ per cent^in thr 1 fiscal year end
ing June SB. Barrinp floods or earthquake.
there will be no diminution of the present divi
dend rate of S per cent."
Then Mr. Gould was asked about the busi
ncrs outlook, and answered that some decree
retrogression in business activity seemed
probable, r.ddir.rr.
"The railroads are all re trench! becaoss
of th" condition of the money market, As th*
railroads are tho largest consumers of com
modities ar.d largest srenders of money, it fol
lows that a kssf Him, ••:' their purchases sriu
to some extent suit In a slackening of liusi
r.ess in other tod .Miles. The restrictive legis
lation and the agitntion In many states against
railroads have undoubtedly been one cause of
the present tls:h;u<s in The money market,
capitalists being disinclined to advance funds
at this time. Another cause has been the enor
mous demands which the railroads have been
making on the money market for Improvements
and extensions."
• Is the curtailment of railroad service which
has been reported from various states a policy
In the nature of revenge for the legislation
against the railroads i
•'So. If our earnings are cut doxrn. through
lessening of passenger rates, for example, we
must try to make up the loss through new
economies, such as combining through and
local trains, in some instances, and Increasing
trainloads."
"Has there been any change In the financial
plans of the Wabafih and the WTestem Missouri.
as the railroads are now adapting a policy of re
trenchment ""
"As was announced some time ago. the con
i tiectir.g up of the two roads has been deferred.
' as an lielieve that the work can he done more
cheaply and to better advantage later on than
in the present stringent state of the money
market. As for the Western Pacific, all of the
money needed for its construction Is in bank
and »-c ate spending about $1,000,000 a month
on the mirk, which i-i -' expei ted to lie complete*!
l-v ths^siato «rlginan«! set. September 1. liKIS.
Report 8 * thai » the cost of building that road i'
ox."ee<TlhT-the''e?timates: are erroneous."
"And r>«\v ah ill th? subject of co-operation
rttr.-«»oiH«l*o .railroads and the government. Mr.
Of>:i'ii. of : which s.. much is being paid just
now?" #*■
"There Is nothing new in co-operation. The
Interests of trie railroads and the government
have always l.een identical. This has long be,.
recognized liv railroad men. The railroads proa
per onSy'wfirT the general public prospers."
FINED FOR STORING DYNAMITE.
HcAdoo Superintendent Must Pay $50 for
Keeping Too Much of Explosive.
R. S. Courtney, fupcrlntfndent 'if the McAdoo
t/urrels of Jersey City, who was arreated on Peb
runry 4 for permltUac larsjc cju::rt!t!es of dyna
mite to he stored on tlif docks of the Delaware^
I.ark:!w.-inr.;» A- Western Railroad, in I'.t'i <-:rpf-t.
was fined ?r.9 yesterday by J;i<lf*- Hipirins. of th»
First Criminal Court, on the < .n. plaint of James
Connolly, {nppector •■' combustibles.
In the eases of ■uperi«tmdeßta Barbs sod Keyes
■utenep was Btispended. They Fnid that the ex
riioflve found by the inspector was the sam<» Ftuff
as that which formed the basis of th«? complaints
formerly ma<;e isaiasl them, sjst or. which tIK-y
■era fined $.V> each. The dofetidr.rts were ropro
rcr.ted by William T> Edwards, attorney for the
Hudson companies. Mr. Edwards sal.J th« weather
■conditions were siirh that St was ;:• 'I'BBarj th:u
th» explosive should be thawed O!»J In place* in
■which it was found, and that every effort sra« made
en the part of the tunnel oSlt-ials to conform witn
thft rules laid soars by the Fir* Department.
Judge Hißßir.s si Id the dynamite must l-e <ils -
BSSJOi '' "'it ti<. Nt further delay, SO a« tj afford a
X<ro<M»r sateg'uard.
< '(.urtinv v.::^ r.arnr.l by Jud«W Hipp.r.s to Ob
eerve extraordinary pre«autlotMi In the <=torit:p oi
■«iynamltp In the fut«r«\ Courtney ■-:.-.". the nias:.
*ine In which the explosive was k<-;.; bad U-.-.-i
ImiJt in conformity with the rules <>: the Fit ■ D<
j.atur- hut th«t he would take steps to have
•till further precautions provided.
LOCKED UP IN LIONS DEN.
Hippodrome Performers Get Belligerent and
Sober Up in Strange Prison.
. Sidney Jotics, a prx-rial officer at the Hippodrome,
found two men very macs the sparse for wear
ljinr upon t!i<- floor of the lion's room yesterday.
They swrt obviously, he says. In need ■■' assist
ance. Ti:»- two men wore so weak that tin-.. rouM
hardly Ftrucsle. to th. r fee*. One of them was
an Indian. Nathan I>mf Wolf, nnd the other was
an Aral<, Mobsjnraed Or'i&n. Both tin- Indian and.
the Arab had hffn tixhttnx. Joe Kanrahan assist
• snt Ktace man.nß'-r ai th»« Hippo.lror.ie had lorked
Them up in the .-nipty lions' <le;i until t!i-y became
SOix»! . j»nd they jcrwnt the nipht tin-re.
LECTURE BY OR. E G. H:RSCH.
The) Rev. Dr. Kmll <; Ulrwij. of Chlraco, v.-IU
lecture lM>for« Ibe nemben" .->f t rif> Free Synagogue
<"> Sunday morning ut t!ie Hudson Tlif-.«r»' and Ir.
\T:» *;tern<K>n at Clinton Halt Ho will also deliver
i.Tt tddres* befor* tt:e Voting lien's Hebrew Asso
ciation at thtir lval!, 32J strrct nnd \a Klnato avc
one. on F:in<i;ti r evtsUng nt.S o'clock, Dr. Hlmcli
I«! the *i!o:te,r In Vac ntsu nssin is save religious
Bfrvioos j:i Jctrith places of worship "i Sunday,
t.nd n - i!l oome fro;ii Cfcieaca « kpreasly to aid tUe
fUr. Dr. Siephen S. Wise In bis work to establish
u jf<""e «yna:cr!EU<» in this .;>. !(•• is iir.l.- o*
r^r.hi«ilrr;t Htwcture in the l"r!vt«rs!ty of Chicago,
llf-* »^liior of 'The Reform A"*.v-y*\p."~ a member of
tin. Illinois Stato p.oird of «*!iarit|p« nnd ii,.- rabbi
of th«» l^rpest Jrulsli inct'-cmt-.ti hi rhlr.-.co lie
l>n« trfvn ««hoj«-n. together with i*isV.o;» I'-.ti-r ami
>rchbi«hon J"arlfy. :o a/ldress t!v> <.'arri»*Tlt.' l*eac«
sn«^e^:■ in this city.
NEW SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The A!ncr>=n BcasAea's Fri»r<l Society, which
tnf.ir.ta;-Mj t!ie oM Sailors' Homo, nt No. 190
Clienj- *trect, for I stjr-srn years, Is about to
begin its new work In West strict, opposite the
Cun:*-rd Uiie pier. Sozne of th« features of the new
inf .'.jlU- r.re rooms for about Z'S- Til -.i. this part
ir.odVi:*-! 1 ! after the Mills Hotel; free ehl^plng bureau:
Sjorial. r«»;i«iinK. wrJtinfr. smok!::^ and in- • rooms;
La;ik'i.K faciliti«a, a : ■ r. eailons ran ,'.-1.,-.t iin»ir
\v;<;;i-s: auditorium for lectures, ccnerrts a:ij n<>
~cnl tniei-t^iiiinents; clubrooms for ctl'cers ami < :■
glw<in a*««J a cha|»cl where rellpiom work of :.!i
li»terd»*iio»Hintitional etiaractcr can i•• carried on
-mo; Ui« Z/Mi s,-aitn in the Immediate rJctnltjr.
ALLEGED FAKER CAUGHT.
An steers "Ad" in a X ens pa per, and
Women Nab Him.
An advertisement placed In a Jewish evening
newspaper was the undoing yesterday of Joseph
Waxelhaum.' As scon as ii" answered it and
presented himself to the advertiser be was
attacked by a score of angry women, who later
told Magistrate Sweetser, in the Essex Market
court, that Wazelbaum "as a swindler of th.?
first water. W'axelbaum, who lives at >."o. K>
Columbia street, will be arraigned before Mag
istrate Sweetser tor further examination on
Friday niornlnj.
There «*?.■ only one complainant at yester
day's hearing, Wolff Rosenbltlth, of No. lir«<»
East Houston street. H*» tolJ the magistrate
that on March «'> Waselbaurn came to his house,
a perfect ranger, and told his wife that he
had been sent from her sister in Chicago. Mrs.
Rosenbluth told him her sister was in Rut*
,r.i 3. and Waxelbaum. it Is alleged, replied;
"Then you have evidently not learned from
her that* Bite rune to this country recently to
escape a charge of arson made against her in
Odessa. Russia." The complainant says th
prisoner told his wife that he had a present
Of $2Ti for her from her sister. The fro.>.! news
caused her to off« him the freedom of her
home, with the result that a pair of diamond
earring*, valued at $110. strangely disappeared.
Tsi« r<» are several other victims, it is s.ii'l The
police say his pktur? hangs In the Rogues"
Gallery.
XEW YORK LIFE GAINER.
Only One of "Big Three" tilth In
creased Business Since 190/ .
According to figures mad« public In the financial
district yesterday, tha Sew York Life Is the only
one of the. "Bis, Three" companies that had mora
Insurance In force on December 31, 1906. than on
December SI. 1901.
The figures show that the "Hip ThrecV amounts
of "pald-for" Insurance in force or. December 31
of each of the last three years were as follows:
iaaa Isfl* "***
VorKlifo.- i^VT^ [iwJlHlMe IM****»
Tof's $4,«23.53».267 15 1M -"■ T" 1 «-».971.7Cr..8«)
Th.- figures show also that the "Wg Three'
«peri tal l«« of SlttOT.M intheamount
.. ln f,..,0 i-, ISOB. a, rotm.ar.-, «-,y'M,
,f M6^.B» ns compared w,i.. l.v
.-,.,,. ; , „f the leading life Insurant mpa
Dies It Is declared. Including the three companies
noted had a total of ».*».«8.23 insurance . L.i
force <■•■ December 31. 190 Xas compared with »v
891 15U968 In four, on December 31 ISMo. and SB.4S-,.-
Mi«ll in fore at the end of i " Thus, the gain
in fne amount In force in IS* was only tM.»6,-
as compared with a gain of 540i.909.943 in ISO,.
The figures show that the "Big Three" and the
twenty-eight other companies' amounts of Insur
ance in force at the end of each of the last three
years were:
">M 1005. IW4.
Tou j, $«!.0;9744'<.322 18.W1.151 BO* »>.4^f».24C.C:7
To a Tribune reporter Sew York Life officials
denied unreservedly that there was any foundation
for the printed statement that ****£*£. <* T ££'.
aent his resignation to the board of «™«tors Th
company's nsular monthly meeting will take pla< •
tO The J international committee's manager made pub
lic an affidavit by Dartd Kerbs, of No-l* Kast ';,
?tre"t. declaring that on l>ecember 14 be executed
a ballot In favor of the mit< I committee b ti<-k«*t.
and adding that he (Mr. Kerbs, had been told that
another ballot purporting t.. bear his signature and
to have been witnessed by one --.John Harrison
h:)d been cast at the election. Mr. Kerbs swears
that he did not eign or execute such a i allot
The committee's manager declared that the in
spectdra concluded the casting •■•I counting oi a
second Kerb? ballot running to the Mutual I*ife
•admir.istratioi)" ticket an 1 the consequent "void-
Ing" of the original ballot. The second ballot the
manager characterised as a forgery. raying that
the inspectors had been unable to finil it in its
proper place a/ben the manager sought to see it.
JtOAD MAKERS MEET.
Mr. Bryan Unexpectedly Appears at
Pittsburg Convention.
[By Telegraph to The Tri'pune.l
Pittsburg, March 12. The fourth annual meeting
of the Amfrlcan Roadmakers' Association opened
hor* to-day, with about 1,000 delegates In attend
ance. New York and Sew England were ell rep
mi •■- : One of the features of the day was th«
appearance of William .J. Bryan p.t the hall at
Carnegie Institute. H< had not Iwen expected, and
the delegates rose ami welcomed him warmly. Mr.
Bryan was a surprise furnished By Itate Senator
Klinn, of Pennsylvania, «• last midnight railed
him out of bed at Washington, Perm., where he
had !''- f -n lecturing, and Induced him to come over
to PHtaburg. Mr. Bryan made a short address.
Tt was brought <• it to-day that .-. new roa.l 1 etweea
Ptttsburgand Philadelphia Isoneol the ideM <>f Die
rVnnnyUania delegates. Isaac B. Potter, of New
York spoke on "Wheels.*: Stephen Ryan, of New
York talked on "How We Are Spending $SO;000/MI)
for improvements In N<»w York " Augustus W.
Post of New York. spoke on Wanderings of an
Enthusiast for Good Roads." E. I. Powers, a New
York publisher, read an Inte resting iS paper •» ( On
■Past Present and Future of Good Roads Building
Vmi l th; d oU speakers during ihe day were
Amonc lh«- other speakers during th* day were
Chairman W. K. McCUntoclc. of the Massachusetts
Highway Commission, who spoke on Massa.-liii
setts." and ex-<;oietnor BaclieldeT. of New Hamp
shire' Then- art- twenty-Jive inonibera of the Btatr
i>jri«ilati:r«- or Pennsylvania attending the session
border of the stat« body, and Chairman Hitch
«,«k of the committee, made an address, saying
]„ hoped and expected the legislature this session
would appropriate 117.000.000 for better roads In
Pennsylvania. _
A. G. VANDERBILT GIVES DOG.
Presents Dalmatian Puppy to Engine Co. 33
to Take Place of Dead Mascot.
Alfred <J. Vanderbilt surprised and pleased the.
members of Engine Company 33. of East 6Ttr.
street, yesterday by Informing them that he will
give them ■ valuable dog to take the place of the.
lamented Pinkie, which was killed last Friday by
railing down the pole bole.
The firemen received a letter from Mr. Varderblit
in whicS he Raid that he had r<-a.i In the papers
about the death of the dog and nsked them to ac
cept as a substitute a Dalmatian puppy. Fore
man Levy showed the letter to Fire Commissioner
I^antry and asked if he could accept the doR. The
Commissioner readily coaeented, and further In
structed Secretary Downs to write a letter to Mr.
VanderbHl thanking him for his kindness and ex
tire«slr.jr the appreciation not only of the men or
the compan-. but of himself an<l the whole depart
ment for Ills remembrance of the New fork fire
heroes.
NEWPORT TOEPEDO FACTORY PLANS.
Government Will Begin Manufacture of
Weapons New Type Developed.
Washington. March 12.— Rear Admiral Mason,
chief of the naval burea-J of ordnance, has Juct
completed plans for the construction of a torpedo
factory at the Newport na\ai station, end he ••x
pect.-; to advertlwi at once for proposals for th«
construction of the building and the supply of the
necessary plant] Teal &'.'• be the first time tho
j'.i\i-rnm' r.t has undertaken to make Its own t0r
,..,:.. s on a lire • sculc.
The <•!■!■;.•. re bureau has available 112.000 for
beginning thin work. The appropriation cannot I**
touched before the beginning of the next tt-.-.il
year, but to have time Admiral Mason decided to
jet the contract* at once, with th» proviso that
work shall not begin before July 1. The new
factory will give employment to at least two hun
dred skilled workmen. it is purposed to make
every part of th«? torpedo *-xc"i>t the steel flasks
which contain the compressed air used to drive the
engines. Material of particular excellence is re
quired for these flasks, owing to the high pressure
they r>r<» obliged to sustain, ranging in the case of
the latest torpedoes up to more than three thou
sand pounds to the square Inch. The machinery
necessary for their mnnufucture is expensive, and
expert workmanship is required, so that it is be
lieved to be cheaper to procure them from the can
<•< ms now making similar Basks for commercial
uses than to undertake to make them in a, govern
ment workshop.
The present typo of :r:v:ii torpedo runs 3.500 yard 1
under water at ilv averase speed of WVi knots, but
experiment* conducted by the ordnance bureau
have d«vol«»i>ed a torpedo thai will attain the spe-ed
of .".'> knots an hour nt -i distance of one thousand
yards, and It is pu^.-,*.>l«. that this type will bo
adopted when full? developed, and will be turned
out at the Newport factor/, iasioad at the present
standard Qrnm>
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13. 1907.
Or, Lyon's
PERFECT
mih Pewder
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
ARMY A\D NAVY NEWS.
IF: "in The Trthur.e Currau. 1
\v ishington. March 12.
PROTECTION OF NAVAL APPRENTICE^.—
Becretarj 1 M*tcalf v.ill ende>Tror lo aecure tl
operation of tt u .^ nuthoritlea of Illinois In prevent
l ng „,„ establirhment of iJriukine aatoons nn>l dis
orderly houses within ■ certain limit, about three
mile?, of the now naval station now In proceaa of
establishment -^ T..ik;- Kluff. near Chicago, with a
view to prote ting the morals of the your.;; men
• to He educated at that station for service
i;>. the United States navy. The plan of the Navy
•::!';it Is to ..-t.'blish a z'>n»- around the na
val reservation within which ii will !•«» made un
lawful to lo -it'- drinking saloons or other placoa
which .-.'.;. lit tend to demoraUze ihe naval apprfn
under Instruction. The law of Congress
prohibiting; the fulc- of liquor within one mile of
the Foldiers' home in the District "i Columbia baa
been suggested as a model for Legislation by the
Legislature of lllinfis for tho protection of the
<;;..it Lakes naval station.
ORDERS ISSUED.— The following order* have
b<-t n issued :
ARMT.
Major MIL.LARD F. WALTZ. Qs«ersJ start; from Wash
inton to Havana, as chief of naff, army of Cuban
pacification, relieving Lieutenant Colonel WILLJAM
A. MAN'S". Infantry.
Colonel RAMSAY I- POTTS, General Staff; from Wash
ington to t?an Francisco., as chief of staff. Pacific Di
vision.
Following transfer and assignments, captains of coast artil
lery. ..M«r' ■■! MORRIS K. BARROL.U from 72.1 to 1-trh
«'.>n-.j»any. Fort Gr»bl< FRANK E. HARRIS fwwn Ist to
89th Company. Kori De Soto; HENRY H. WHITNEY.
fr.vn nil. Com pan] to unas*ljcned list: THOMAS F.
DWYER. from sth in ir,th Company: EDWARD KIM
MEL, from 39th Company to unasslrne<l Hat; ELMER
3 WAI. LACK, from 77th to 9;n Company. Kort War
ren; JOHN T. GEARY, from !>7th Company •• un
as«;gn*><! list; CUNRAD H. LANZA, from 7t»th to
l«7th Company; FRED T_ AUSTIX from »th to nth
Company. Kort Barranrtß; TERENCE E MI'RPHT
from BOlh to 11th Company. Fort Schuyler: JOHN I.
III'OHES. from 74th to Bth Company Fort !•,.•>;■•.
HARRY T. MATTHEWS from KJth to 1241 Com
pany: THEOPHII.CS B. STEEL*:, from onassisned
lift to SOth Company, an.l JOHN M' BRIDE, Jr. from
una*sJsn»d I!st to 74!!-. company. ,
Vtollcwlnc transfers an.i assignments. firm lieutenants,
ceaet artillery, rnlere-l: KAMt'EL S. O'CONNOR
fron> lfi'.ith to 72.1 Company HCOH X TAVI^'Ii to
I4th Company; rT.ARENCE <;. BUNKER, from HOth
Company to uria.-fMgri'-.l 11?!; JOHN STOItCK •■ m
72.1 Company to unanlgiMd list; EDGAR H in i-:
from 80th to Rl«« Company; WILLIS c. METCALF
from 7 ■■•-. to 117 th Company, nt Kort Adams. JOSEPH
MATSON. from 7Mh ( „ Mh Company, at For) Pr»M«
LAflllN I.AWSON. from 117 th to 71' l Company nt
Foti S.revcn: JOHN o. STEGER. from 14th to llf.th
Company; LANIER CRAVENS, from |O2<J to H»th
Company; AKTIHi: I. KEESLINO. from nth to 20th
Company, an ALBERT L- RHOAI fron» 201 t.
<iih Company.
Following trarsfeis and a«ltr,mi-n'» fe.-oni lieutenant*
' ■•« artlller: . ordered: BRAINERD TAYLOR froE!
*' to •'■' i ' Company; LAWRENCE C CRAWFORD.
fr. m •th to »th Company; PAUL D. BUNKER, from
Ilth to POth Company, nt X- H'm llarrii. k» an.l
ALBERT T. BISHOP, from l>n to iilth ITtompany.
Major ROBERT F. AMES. from l«t{ to :f>ih InfAntrj'.
Major WILLIAMS H. JOHNSTON from JOtfc »o lf.th In
fantry.
Colonel ROBERT H. R. UH'GHBOROt'GH to ]3t n In
fantry.
IJentenant Colcnel WILLIAM A MANX, to Cth Ir.fantrj'.
Ma • WKNt>Kt. L. SIMPSON, to l'.irh Infantry.
Captain ARTHUR S. COWAN to 20th Infantry.
NAVY.
S»jrjr»>cn J. F. I !:•;-. b-.ir'au of rr.fliclnc »r,<\ «tinr»ry
Navy Department.
Anllttn Burgeons I! HAYPEN «r.l y: V VAI to
N:iva! Medical Prhoel U'anli'nirti n.
Pay I>lrect.->r R. FRAZER, to navy yard Sew York.
Pay Director .1. N" sri:?:!. detached from the navy v« r l.
New York; tn rharg.- t uvy |iy ofllrv, Washington,
ray lUKj^'-tnr T. V HIi'KS. .'."•>.»«■: frrrn th» na\y pay
offl.V, Washington; t.> .iuty a* ... of pay
iori>?. «!»h Mntliii at Navy f^r^rtnu-nt.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. — Th« following
movement* of vessels have been reported to the
Navy Department:
ARRIVED.
March 11-Th» Fcorrlm at San Juan; the f'onrwtlrut at
Guantanamo.
BAILED.
Marrh 11 Th» Baltimore, from Ad#n for S*u»z; •■-* \YU
inir.K'or. from shiinphul fir Nankin.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
inKIATTRB AI.MWA-
Buariss 6:lo'Pun »»t» ■'■ Moon r:p»« fi.lC Maoa'a m-» 2;»
HIGH WATER.
AM — Bandy Tl'» 7:03 •- Uland 7:.V» \r\\ Cute U23
P.M.— Sandy Hoc*. 7:30;G0v. ! land 7 Hell Gat* It;.'.. 1 !
V. IHKI.K.-S REPORTS*
The Vlderlttld, which r« j-frterl t,i Si:i»ii'<-.ns»t nt ."• •. m
yefterda; when sevcntj - -!tvo hilWm r«i«t .if Nantuckei
H'uth Shoals LUhUhlp. 1? expected to dock about a i» m
to-day.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
DAT.
Vessel From: ur.o
•i"F'l>7'H Chrtstlansand. March 2 fmnj Am
•Futik ■ ■ Glass"! ■ Mi>r-h 2 An.-hir
•Xteu» Ansterdam Rottetdan March 2 Hollai Am
•V«derland , .Antwerp. March a Red 9Ur
Itr- •••«;» ::<■•.:■■ ---.i-.a K.-hruary .'! Brlato]
Ulrlken.T: S<-vll!<-. February 22. . (i.in.T
Idaho... ... Hull, February 21 Wilsos
Narragansett .Shields. February 21 Ituprerh*
Victorian Liverpool. Marrti l White Star
•.Mujfdilc . guevnstown, March 7 White Star
• ■ 'earensa Para, Man !i 2 .. . . Booth
Weimar Bremen. February »s» s N <; I.lnyu
1/Kiiria aibrattat February 27 . Italian
El No t» Ualveftoa, March 4 Bo Pacific
Chicago City Swansea, February 2*, Bristol
Tin i:si»av march 14.
•Maraces Port Hpaln Mai •. ... f:..] n
Patricia Plymouth", March .'• Hamb-Am
N'-Knr Gibraltar, 11 .i.-li 4 \ »; i,|oyd
City of Atlanta. Sayan Morcb 11 Savannah
FRIDAY. MM., 1".
•Advanc* 1 'oli :.. March !• Panama
("arputhin .C'brallar. March .'. I'unard
California... HavTC. Marrh .". French
Kueces ....... Gulveston, .Mhk-ij •« Ma I lor)
SATITIIIAV. MARCH Ii
•ft Usula ■ ■ '-i.-ii ■ - March v . American
■Campania ...... . ..Que^nntown. March l" Cunard
•Amertks Cherbourg;. March D .... Hamb Am
•l^a Tpuralne Ha* re. March '.1 . French
Mtnnr-hNhs linixlnn March 7 Vtlim Tr
Xl Win Galvetron, March l'» '.* s..'ci--
Cit> of Memphis Sa\a;.n.-ih. March v\ r.Sa'vattnab
•Clings mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vetset Vrr Unv Matlrlrtses rails
Baltic. Liverpool. White Star I:3oam RT»> a m
fj-jti-une. Kin Janeiro. Bloman U:.'Soam 8:0Or>m
l'arlina. TrlnMatl. Quebec 12:30 pm 3on „,,',
Potsdam, Rotterdam Hollnti'l-Am ... — SUOain
l.lKur'.n Kaplea Italian J .
Fan Marcos, (jalvMton. Mallnry 3:(x»pm
Coinua, New Orleans. So Pacific — 12:00 m
AlK'-nnufi'. Jacksonville. <'l>ilt> .•>,,,, rrl
Jamestown. Norfolk Olii Dora 3-00 urn
THtTRSOAT-, MARCH 14. ' i
1a Bavole. Havre. French.'. 7:'»>nn> tn : ooam
t'nltod States. fhrlftUan«and. Scan Am 0:30b m 12:OOm
Mexico, Havana. Ward .. !i.iH»iiin 12:0O m
Queen Mary. Arc- nil-, .- IMK»m 3:oopm
Kmndenburit, Bremen, N <; Mo •! ... 10:40s --i
i"a:.:-< mi.- Naples, Canard 12:00 m
ill. .f Mn<-on. Savannah. Savannah.. ' B:oUpm
n S'u.l. la I v «■!•;.. r.. - 1 -'" Pac 3:<iopni
Moortie, Norfolk, <>ld I<<.mlni<m .... -■- 3:<M>pni
FRIDAY. MARCH IS
Prln^ WiiVm I. Kaytl. 1) W I 11 <>O a m 2no p m
Colon, '■..l-ti. I'tinnn II :. - m a■„ 3:00 I. rti
Altai. .laii'-ii ■«•, llamb-Am 11 ::ii» :i i,i ":00um
];. :ii:'.-. -.-. I'iin. Booth l2:»IOiii 3:oodii)
A4a. Camp The. Thebaud rj:<M; :il 8:00pm
Babtne, Brunswick, Matlor) . _^ t:oUpm
• '■■in iij'l:*-. Jacksonville, 1 '\\ ■:•• ... ._^ '•• „, t> '"
Hu.:i:n a Norfolk, Old pom ... _ . S:oo|iiii
TRAJCBPACX7IC 'MAILS.
I^^tll■.nt^on and steapier. / due in .\>w York
Uj'an .ex.-»i.t paroala po«t malls).
Coras, China arnt Itilltpplne lxlnnua
tvta Vancoi'ver and Victoria. It c>—
impress of Itvlla To-Oay, C:CO » m
Jepan. conaa, <l;lna and Hhtttpplo*
i Islands (via Seattle)— Kas* Maru. . . ila:ch 14. G:oopm
I Japan. Cans an.l China (specially ad
! dressed only, via Tawima) . .March 15. 6:00 pm
1 Hawaii, Japan. Cojea. China and Fhll
: ipptne Islands (via San Francisco). .March 22. 12:30 am
! Au»iralla (except West;, Fiji Islands
'• and New C&ledonla (via Vancouver .
and Victoria B O— Aoraagl March 24. «:00 pin
, infill (via San Francisco)— Alam-.la March 2'». 12:30 am
Hawaii. Japan. Oor<-a and China (via
£sn Francisco)— Coptic March 29. 12:30 a m
SHIPPING HEWS.
Port of Hew York, Tuesday, March 12, 1907.
ARRIVED.
• Strainer Curnoa Atr»« (Span). Aidamlz. Genoa February
If-. Naples 22. Itan en na 'Si. ilalaca. 2" and CaUti 28. to
Un Comi»iuUa TraeatlanUca, with 3t> cabiu and £60
Regiftereft
Trade Mark
Lace Cloths
-. ..■,".•.-■■- ■■■■
For Luncheons and
Banquets.
A very complete collection of
the newest and most attractive
French and Italian I ..ace
Trimmed Cloths, many of them
combining needle point and
Anglais Embroidery with the
lace.
ROUND
» yds $27.50 to $125.00 each
''„ yds! 35.00 to 175.M each
o " yds! ' •'•' "" to 25^.O'> each
31, yds! 100.00 & loO.Ort each
4 yds 1 _'."». & 185.09 eacn
SQUARE AND OBLONG
Napkins to match 35.00 to '75.0!) do*
;"..xi."-> yds 42.50 to 150.00 each
2i,*x:i " yds 50.01) to 275.0!) each
s i"x;; 1 , yds 57.50 to 325.00 each
•m~.x4 " yds 65.00 t0 250.00 each
2 4x3 yds 85.00 to 340.00 each
Napkins to match.... 37.50 to 100.00 doz.
•• THE LINEN STORE f *
James McCutcheon & Co.
14 WEST 23D STREET.
Amusements,
MANHATTAN s« OPERA UOCSE.
IVI/lUIII/** JL/iIX s« h S t.. Near Mb Air.
SEASON <»F liIUNU OI'EKA
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN Plr»><"tor
TO-NIGHT at B:ls— A Tiber's FKA DIAVOLO.
Mnies. Plnkert, Olaconla: MM. Bond. Artmondu
Glllbert, Olanc '.allciti, V'enturint. Fossetta. Con
ductor. Campanim
FKI.. Mtll. 15. ai I.v -FiotoWi MART A. Mmo«.
Donalcla. f. .'i-M-i s, Save i..i. Zarcarla; MM.
UctK'i. Arlmondi. Gallettl Otanoll, Mugnoz. Con
tlut-tnr. Tanara.
' SAT. MAT., MCH. I*"., nt 2— Double Bill — Mas
casnls AI.I.KKIA lUSTUANA Mmes. Rasa,
Sevarlns, Gtaconla; MM. Venturinl. evellha And
L«oncavallo'i I PAGUACCI, Mmc Donalaa: MM.
Ua>.»i. BamtnarcOi ■ i llhac, Venturlnl Conductor.
Cami aninl
BAT. MtiHT. MCH. 1«. at 8:13— BUlt'i CAR
MEN. Mmea Bressler-Glanoll. Zepplti. Trer.tint.
litaconla; MM. Dalmores. Ancona. Utllbert, Muenos.
Daddl ItochlKllan Conductor. Campaninl
NEXT SI'NDAY SIGHT. MARCH 17— SECOND
CAMPANINI GRAM) (OMKIiT.
»:\TI! \H\ rk«M.li\M>iK arrange! and
c-or.c'.urt.j l.y M. CAMPANINI.
8ololsts: M«.ii'«. riukeit. |{«i>s. l>., nil, lit Zep
pilli. <. in... i. in: MM. llnssi, SamiriMrro. Gullettl
Glanoll, Altcnevsky, OcceUler and tho Entlr« Man
..■:■•;■ House Orrhrntra. Sp*cltw-»-Stabat
Muter i Intluninitttus). with chorus.
POPULAR PRICES, 60c. to $1 so.
MON.. MCII. |H, at B:ls— Auber"S I K\ DIAVOI.O.
Mm«-j. Plnkert. (tlaconla; MM Bond, Arimondi,
GUlbert ';uir«''i-t;nliptt : . Venturlnt. Fossetta, Con
duetnr, Campan'ot
Hr l> Ml 11. "IP, at 8:13 14. h arr*--irance of
MMX. MF.I II.V. Verdi's RIUOLKTTO. Mmes Melba,
tJluoonln. S»-\<Tjna. ZaTrarla: MM Boncl, Anwna.
Ari!ii<>n<li. Mugn.iz. K.>.»»»-tta. Hesohtsltan. VenturlnL
Conductor, ■ 'ampantnl.
FBI.. Mill ft. at B:ls— Oounod'i IM ST lln
Itniiani. Mitiph. Do&atda, ZepplUt Qtaconta; MM.
lUis« . S-irr.mairo. Arlmondi, Fossstta. Conductor.
< iimT'srirl *
SAT. MAT.. MCH. eS, ar 2— Flotow's MARTA.
Mmi« I' >nal . i .t>« t'lsn^T'is. S»\^rlnn. ■ iccarla .
MM n .n.-l. Ar!nt"n<ll. (.allcttt-Glanoll. Mugnoz
Conductor, Tanura
SAT. KM)., MCII. 23. Nt S l.">— Wrdl's 11. rKOVA
TORE. Minos Hum, l>«> ••i;n»rr..«. Zaecarta; MM
Dslmo'res, Beveltnac Mugn"i. Teccht Conductor,
T.i.-.ara.
SIN. EVE.. MCII. -M -Th'.r.l Sp^r:al Camranlnl
r-mKriimrn'- ronr^rt nt popular pno»s
Scut Salr for U<-ek M:irrh It* «>rrn» To-morrow
(Thurodar) at > A. M.
Proposals.
OmCK OP THE DEPARTMENT or PARKS.
ARSKNAL HI ILDINU.
FIFTH AVENI X ASH KIXTY KoIKTH ?TRrK.T.
noKiil'iJH OF MANHATTAN. THE t'ITV OP NEW
V' >I(K
SCALED UK'S OR ESTIMATES WILL, BE r»<-eiv»~l
by th* Park Hoard ai tho abene oir..« (.? th« l>«-partir.en:
of rar<n until ."! o'clock l>. ttt. < n
.THfRSI.W. \!UU. 11. ISW
* iu<inuK^> "f Manhattan,
(-i>NTn.\.-r no ;.
Foil WORK AXD MATERIALS FOR ERECTION AND
COMPLETION OF TH! INTERIOR FINISH IN THE
NEW Y<>!'.K PCULIC I.IIUtAHY. APTOR. LENOX
„Mi TtLOEN FOI7NT»ATIONB. 1-TKTII AVENUE,
FORTIETH AM FORTT BECOND KTREETS.
The Security required »M 1b« Foot hundred th"!i»an>l
I-- liars
The lIIBS n!:..w>4 for iloln? nr. I completing the work
will t*> tl.lr»>*t* CALENDAR M"NTIIH after notice t<>
t«-Rln wrrk nt iti* buildlns h.n» been Riven
Ths bids will t"* compared and tfc«- contract »*arM at
n lump ■ r Bitur^iint^ mm. r
rinr" may *•>' s*" 1 " and blank forms may be obtained »' |
the <>l*l<o nt •(.» I>"pnrtm<"nt of I'arW.«. Ar>enal. •'•ntral
I'ark Manhattnn. »n.l sjM at th»- of the architects,
Csrrere A Hastings, N->. - JS Bait Forty first »tr«-«>t. Man
sFOß FVRTHBR PARTICULARS SEH rilE CITY [
RECORD."
HOSES IIERRMAN,
President;
JOSEPH I KERRY.
Ml MA il. .'. Ki:XNET»T.
Commissioner* o( I'ark*.
Dated March I>. 1907.
IROPOSALH WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
Bureau nt Buppllea and A.'m.i.t ■ Navy pfrnrt
nient. Washington. l' •'.- until li o'emck n m. Man-ti
•jrt }■< <: and publicly nj.*-n.-.i Immediately thereafter,
in furnl a; th» navy jrmrd. New V.>rk. N. T-. and thw
naval medical supply depot, lir..nkiyit, n y.. o« specl>
fli'tl n ijiiiiiitlt'- of naval »upi>ll^«. as fnll.»w«: s.h.
4'.tT: Tool «lr<-l. nln-et zlnr.-^S.-h. 4W: Blanket*,
■heets, mattresses, towela. bed it. • hi.jpitHl »!ii>
pet». operatlßK *■"* n- etc.. jiatama* — S. -h. .-.n>:
Crockery, kitchen utenalls.— Bcfc. .'••>!: Metallic mer
cury, opper barreln — Sen. . r .n:t: Flour App".iontU>'n
(or proposals slum;; derlmats tnr icheiSnle* ii#>-«ireil by
numbei Blank proposals will be furnished upon b-i
plication to tlie navj pay oßlee. Now York. N. V.. <t
tn th-> Bureau E. B. ROGERS, Paymastei Gi !
U. P. N. 8-B-OT
lIROPOSALS Foil CL*»TIIINa AND PIBCB GOOIXI -
Depart l .' the Interior, on.« of In. Hun Affair*,
\Vn»Mn*l"n. D. <".. February 1!». IK'T Sealed proposal*
ulslnl) marked on the outside of the envelop*. "Fioposal
for <-;'oti:inK." snd sddrtsscd v> the "Commission*.* of
In., inn A flairs, Washington. D C..". will be received a:
the lr<ll»n Office until ■.' o'clo>k^Bv iii of Tuesday, M»'c:-.
19 ;:."," and ibeis opened, for TSirntshlriK the Indian
service with clothlnc and piece g<H*t«^ Bids nui^t bp
made out on Government blanks. Schedules glvin* all
nectary Information for bidden will i.- turntshcdu.on
aprllcatlon to the Indian Office, Washtnstuii, 1> c. th»~
I. S. ln!!:ir Warehouse* nt New York City. Chicago.' 11l •
St. !<ou!». Mo., unil Onahs Nebr. The IVpartment re
serves the right to rajeei any and all bids, or any p.»i
of any bid. v E I.Kill. Commissioner
»toerac«- r- 1 " engsrs, malli end mdse. Arrived nt the Bar
at * 'J> p. m.
steamer Altai iOer>, KtrchhofT, Kingston rebrttar* 55
Colon '.'."• and Port Lir.-on March 2. ... th« Ilamburt>
America a Line. «!th Hslit paasfngers, malls and radae.
Arrived at the Bar at 2:4.'» p. m.
Rteamei J.-«»ph <".i Oi>iri<> iNor), Simile. r..rr Antonli
Mar. li •:. to tin Atlantic Fruit Cotnrany. with fruit. m
tlved nt the Bar at 5:30 >■ m.
Bteumer AtUntt* l.Nor), NletsKi, xi|« nay March n to
the Duinoii n i>- Comyany, with fruit. Arrived 01 it,
liar fit 4 a in.
St.- ■ I.i« r Smol*p«M iKu»a>, rat ton, Üban February IS
nr.,l Hotter iiim 34 to the C 11. Richard A- t. 1 ... L.i: w |, h
1.013 stcenino pcsseneer* anil ndae. Arrived at the Rar
at • a m
Steamer Arcadia (Cert, Tiui;r:»». Hamburg Februnry jo
» , the llnnil.uix American Line, with I.OM >-t»-era|t«~pus •
Mngers and m !>••■ Arrived at th« Uur a- 11:30 „ m
illth).
rt.-m.- Philadelphia. Crockett. Puerto Cabello March
1. ''urnca" 3 I a Uuayra -4 -if i San .li.n>> (>. to n-.t>n.-n
n>iia i Dallett, with iv paasenger*, mails and rotlse.
Arrived at the Bar -->t I '-ic. a in.
Steamer [Cons Freda lXor». 11-.n:-n. port Antonio
March (t. in the Cunco Trading Company, with fruit
A»Tlv*-.l at the Bar nt 1:30 p in.
gtfa'.ner Han .laclnlo. Kvnn». CalveKton Marrh « nnl
Kp.v West •-'. I" the .Mallon 8* Co with passengers an
i, -..:•«■ Hanetl l!> Quarantine at S:6IJ a in .
Steamer Says Hale, Geor#etown, 8 •'. Mirch 7 an i
WiliriritUn N «'. '•• t" lie Clyde Ss Co, with l.nls-
Passed In Quarantine at IO:2D it m.
steamer Hlo Grande, Jor.natcne, New Orleans March 3
rii,,' Brucswlck :>. tc tha Mallory :-s «... with „„.
anJ md«e. Passed In Quarantine at l:«is i- m.
Steamer Jefferaon. Dole., Newport News ar.i\ Norfolk
to the old rv>mlnlnn Ss Co, with passengers .>t.,| rtu)»e
passed In Quara nine at -:.".4 p m.
Bandy Hook, March 13, !>:?.o p m— Wind south s<>uth
west: moderate breeze; cloudy.
SAILED.
F»t<-anier3 Antonio Lopes (Span), f. r Cadis, etc; I>hnebU3
«"!rr). Flu iiir.K. Kaiser Wllhelm li lOer>, Bremen via
riymouth an.l Cherboarg; WenrM.le (ltr». Norfolk; El
Paso, Galveston; Rutherglen |Br>, Norfolk: Hermlnua
(80, MonteviJeo; Coloi-n.1,. ißr>, Hull; Kanaka city, s.i
vannah; Jamestown, Norfolk. and Newport N'eus; Arapa
hoe. Charleston sad Jackaonvllle; Virginia i(ler>, lnuicua
Wlnyah. I'hlladclp'hla; American. Coatzaci4i!cc3; Portii
i:ico. Baltimore. ;
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN TORTS.
Liverpool, March 12 — Arrived, steamer Gecrglc (Cr). An
ninK. New York.
Copenhagen. March 12. « a m Arrived, steamer Hellls;
Olav (I'm.'.. Hoist. New York via Chrlsttaniiand.
Cherbours. March 1-. 4 I- m— Arrived, utearmr Kaiser
Wllheln tier Oroaee (Ger). Wettln. New York via
Plymouth for Bremen (and proceeded)
Gibraltar. March 7— Arrived, st— rears lie'lerby (Rr). <>!
sen, New York for Leghora; 12th. Frledrlch der OrOatd
lOer). Uleeker, New Yolk for Naples (and proceeded);
"th. sai.ed. steamer Saunlo (Hal). Manclnt (from Na
ples). New York; ltth, lasfel, strainer Cltta li Torino
(Ital). Ferraro. Genoa and Naples for Ni w York.
Havre. March 12, '.» a m— Soiled, steamer La Uascogne
(Fr). Hrrdrißi-on. New York.
Montevideo. March 11 — Arrived previously, steamer Etona
(Mr). Davis. New York.
Isle of Wight. March 12— Passed, steamer La Oaacogna
<Fr). I'erdriseon, New Voik.
Established
hut/ a century
Outfits for ! infants
Importations of the latest Parisian Novelties in Wearing
Apparel for Infants and Little Children.
Christening Cloak, Robe. Skirt. Cap, Veil and Bib, all to match,
made of the finest materials, with hand embroidery and real lace.
A variety of styles in Lone and Short Dresses. Lingerie Coats,
Hats. Bonnets, Afghans and Pillow Cases.
Women's Undergarments
Wade in Their Own Workrooms.
Comprising Night Robes. Chemises. Drawers. Petticoats and Corset
9 Covers in the newest materials, laces and embroideries.
Classique Corsets
comprising the latest Parisian Models speci
. ally adapted for Princess and Empire Gowns,
including the small tapering waist and long close fitting back
effects, in the most desirable materials.
Also Exceptional Values in
French Hand Made Corsets
at $2.75, 3.50, 4.25, 5,50 and 6.75
TiJRIDC THEATRE. Br"art«aj and 40th &tr«et-
EMPIRE ™"™- s;::""^
ETHEL BARRYMORE «M»
MONDAY. MARCH -Seats Thurslay.
MISS BARRTMORE r~f the First na»a
THE SILVER BOX.
A Hn Play by John O»l»wort ny. .
f» ft D^Tr-V THEATRE. 3Sth St.. rfir Bma d way .
6A lOOTII TIMK MARCH 55— »Ot\ENIU>
\VM. COLLIEK CAt jgEjjW
HUDSON M-.- Tn .';,- .r,l S-.t. - I.". 1
KDWARI* ABEI.ES In __--»
3REWSTERS MILLIONS
WAI I SPV'Q Broad«ay and 30th Street.
SAM BERNARD ,«.h^Sm ER
noiTroinu THEATRE. Broadway and 44th St.
Uil! I LtilUtl Ev«* s.I.V Matinee S«t . 2:l^.
miMl/ n linrj C In th< * ''"rnlc Opera
FRANK DAN ELS th» tattooed max.
VlcTor Herbert: Harry » Smith. A X. C. Fowler.
KM) MI.HIM K»IR. aJoe-dwaj and 3Sjh Street.
Evenings -13 Mnta, 7"-' and Sat., -*2
MONTGOMERY & STONfc i r ,T M , E ,i.u
LYCEUM -^^?rSSrW^^A3
fcl r.JTII *M— <"»•«»» Time— silver Sou»enlr».
•u;,vr THE LIOH ing MOUSE
m « THEATRE. :uth at & Br-ay.
t3fj\. U 5J> X Ev»»:ir. Ma!<Tlmr«*s«' ..2:ls.
•• T[- \Y AP.OIT SaiIKTUI.Ni;." — Tribune.
MAN .'"'. HOUR
ny GEORGE BRt»AI>HI'RST.
HIPPODROME
,-.,:; A »e. 4*l to 4*iu St Evbs S. 2.-.C. to I M
Dally Matinees ot 5 Sharp. 33e. to f i no
■■ks* CIRCUS ™ 9
NEPTUNE'S PIONEER.
DAUGHTER. DAYS
with rmikl Hallet. with TOO Indian*.
I VDlffs ■ *-"■ •< W. of r.wiy. Tel. MM Bryant.
LTnIV Ever.lnpsat 8. Matlne«» Saturday at '.'
SOTHERN — MARLOWE
FAREWELL I To-night. Hamlet: Thvr» . Romfoaod
WEEK 1 Julie*. Prices .-,«■• to »2 00.
NEXT V«»M»*V. BEAT BAI.E TO-MORROW,
Th« Eminem FPVIFTP )V'Fl I I In
Italian \rtlst «-«\ l IL. l\\J ¥ L.L.L.I nepertotre.
lit IfOTID Ur«n<twnv :>i.ii r.:"! 1 - Tel. ::.'<o» Cots
mAJtull'j E»«s * i:. Mats o day A Sat. 2 15.
ON PAROLE A rm^ ary
rUXrCM Tel - - SIH Mad. Evenings »3»
D-way * 29th. I Mat-. Than and Sit. at 3 -'"
M\K«.\IU I f THE CKKAT I llh>H\
a >V. i m I mVII'K nun
i^ I sTafVI I Hr adw;> bet. nflt*" * "Ist BtS
O 1 J \J %J Eve.S.ls Hats To-day JL Pat.. - '•'••
Mme. Nazimova "^^(^j
PlPlsin Broad wsv snd N ."«»tli St. Te!. IMI Bryant.
U lie Mi Kv*« H.tV Mnttnee Saturday at -Mj.
LOUS MANN In rilK WHITK HEX."
.WrilflSl!. Mat To-day. Bs*t seat* ft M
-IHE KO.\l» TO YKSTEUUAY
rTrVtrfvTiv^Tri T IUVAY A «!CTM ST. Eve. 8:13.
LllNLlJl.n Ct\l» Mat« To da] an.) Sat . -.' i*
K.llenne «ilr:ir<l I .t. J Matinee m day. 2.V. and 50e.
CHAUIKY'S At'NT. I Sun.li.V. 1 Concert*. 50c.. $1.00.
March IS— Til* Wlllinm Morris. C.» in the Btb'.lcai
M.ir,h l-v- Drama. .. THE h.h.y ciTT."
METROIH>MTAN «rEKA HOI
LAST WEEK OP OPERA SK\sn\ DIT "NT.
T.. night si S. AII>A-Ecra» Earn—. Klrkby-Lunn:
Caruso Stracclart. i-Unco>. Muhlmann. Coml.. Vbsjbb.
,-,i An Men. !.•. >• I -•". XpeTlal I'tm.rm*
TESTIMONIAL tendered to Mr. Kmll Fischer.
V, \[ i< i ERE |Ac< l> Fit —wad. Ituriistaller. Pla»».
I.OHENi;iUN (Act ll>— <ladskl. Schumann 11-lnk. C.'iiu.
MEISTERSIKOER «Act 111) «ia.l!.kt. Schumann-Heink;
l'lHiel. Qorits, Rciss and Kmil Fischer. c»nd. Hern.
i-'i Evs Mch. 13. at », i, \ HHII.ME
Alt»,». Cttru.lo. Scott I. Jiumet. Conductor. Vi»na
>at. Ml. Mch. IS. .it -'. SIADAMA «t TTERFLT—
Farrar, Homer; Caruso, Wiswelarl. Keiss. Pufrtche. Muh.
raann. It^ruA. Conductor. Vlsjna. _ \l'^ ' •_
s»i i',. itch I* pop rrlcen. at *». TOSCA— Emma
Kanie«. Jacob) Dl|>i*>l. Scoltl. Uufrl-he. Ba-s. l>gue.
Conductor, Vlansa. t7 (POP. PRICES), AT 8:30.
six kv«; MARCH IT «FOP. PKICSS>, AT S.SO.
LAST BIT ONB
«n.\M» SIM>,\Y NIGHT <ONCERT.
Soloists: Fremstad. KlrUl-y-l-uun: Rarg»»aller. Aan
Rooy; Arthur Hochmann. Pianist. F.ntlr* Metropolitan
Opera House. Orohealra Conductor. Herts.
LAST WEEK OF OPERA SEASON.
Mon. Ev« . Mch IS at B, AIDA — Emma Eames.
Homer; Caruso, Stracci:-.rl. Plancon. Muhlmann. Con
du-'tor. Vlcnu.
Tues. Eva;.. Men. 19. l»t S:3O. DAS RHEINGOLD—
Premstad, Weed, Schumann-Kelnk. Alten. Ralph;
Burgs taller. Van Rooy. Oorlti. Dlppel. Kelss. Munl
mann. Ev"'. Journrt.' at»?MAI>AJIA BCTTKRFLT —
Wed. Bvs., Moh 2<». at «. MAI>AMA BI'TTERFLT —
Farrar, Homer: Caruso. Scott I. Mu'.ilmar.n. l>urriche.
B«ltu*. Conductor. Vlcna.
Tuurs. Ev .. Mch. SI. at ?:30. DIE WAI.KIERE —
Gadskl. Fremstad. Schumann- Helnk; Burg»taller. Van
Rooy. Klaus Conductor. Herts.
Fri. Evg . Mch. 22. at B, PAGLIACCI— Farrar:
Caruso. Stracclarl. Relss. Simard. Conductor. Vlgna.
Preceded by HAENSEL USD GRETEL — Mattfeld.
Alten. Schuma,nn-Heink. Weed: Oorlts Cond.. Herts.
The sale of seats for next week's performances be
gins to-morrow (Thursday* at » A. M.
Mon. Evsr.. Mch. 2.1. at T:SO KIEQFRIED
Wed. Kvk. Mch. 27. at 7:3(>OOETTEUDAEMMERfNO
Fri Evg.. Mch. 21» i»;oo<1 Friday*, nt .1 P. M..
Last Performance of senson. PARSIFAL.
SEATS . NOW ON SAKE.
WEBER PIANO I SEO.
IRVINH I*l*-\Cn TITUATRE. Te»-B«Rht. S-.3©. and
m * »^*VJ sat. Mat. "l»ir AVAISi: VOX I.OHDO!)"
(••jana Eyre").- Tnur«air. i>ik PoiTr.l. i:m: •
Stere Brothers
Bridal Sets a Special Feature.
Complete Trousseaux
5n Stock or Made to Order.
Monograms and Crests Embroidered.
West Twenty-third Street
Amusements.
Amusement*.
NEW AMSTERDAM *F£Vl? gl, s i%
Curtain at 7 4." »harp sSßttSse, Saturday, 2.
m. RICHARD
MANSFIELD
LAST FIVE TIMES ™£ X
IN PEER GYNT
NOTE— compliance with the ettraonllaary
• rt PEER CYNT
Ssturd it Afternoon at ? o'rloek. Marrh S3.
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bf U 4?-- iS&viisV* -»S«. htSe* m
?„? !>.? P ME : v Sat Matinee. PEEHSTTT;
Sat Iftfwum Nla-ht. A PARISIAN ROMANCE.
BPOA 0W AY THEATRE. B-ir.y and 4tsttt
UnUMUTTAI Evgs. ST. Mat. Sat.. 2.1*
ANNA HELD
Bl THE r\RISI\N MODEL.
I IDCQTY THEATRE. »'.M St.. West of B^way.
LIDCnil Evpl:i;.. Mat- T-.-i.lay and Sat. 2:l3.
j Matln»e_ To-rtar. 2:1.1. Merely Mary Ann. '
ELEANOR ROBSON -j^St^ 1
Every Night and Sat-jrdav Matinee.
ACADEMY OF Mt <»l< 14th Si and Irvmsr P.aoe.
Klaw A Erlanser"* l.ent^n attraotlon.
TLl»Crill_rKl3r|l O Prlces2S—
JCS E. f« JJTjL USX 30-75— t OO— l 5«
Stotiaeaa To-day and Sat . 2. Ev*. S Sharp.
HAI V'O %TRE. Bway and SStll S>SB •:«
II ALT O Mat-.,,, To-,tay and Sat. «• 2:15.
[VBELLE^MAYEAIR
CIV! VttQsT THEATRE. R-way*V.th. F.- i* <* XX
PLIT lUfIR Matiaees To .'a-. and Sat 2:1%.
1" MEL. FKOIIMAN'S production of
THE SPOILERS
M ATI SEE TO-IUV *T 3:IV
THE MILLS OF THE fiOOS
I..\Rl>K\ TIIE.V 2Tth St. AMa ! Ay*. Ev * ?li
Mat a T^ Ur BEN GREET PLAYERS zzzzk
WCDCD'C R *» v * 2 1 "- st aSasSj
C D C it O Mnr: " .To-rtav*saf |WV to 12.
LAST two WEEKS OF —
BREAM en.* T^ MAGIC mm
OL 1 ♦ iL.C£k THEATRE. «d ?t and Broadway.
L> Lj ti*&CJ V,VJ nv S ». ?:li. Mats. Thurs. & at i
Mats, this and ne« week. Tkwi i Sat.
David Ke.-soa I IMB ROSE °» BANGHO
presents I = HWOC THK llUntlW
IllAni^ON "SO i E-* :.-.M«.T. . „ t2u.
RiAUIOJn °«* CARLOTTA >ILLSO>
I ill m it-.. times 8 y •• THE 3 Cf IS.
Li Ay J ATT All nir..\TRF vw*y sid aai sr
IWlffiSel In Warm's Pnftssia
Tc-.lav and Sat. Utlo.t With .MARY SHAW.
A Pl/CTT Mattre»s <hur». .<• Sat at KM
II -' I LI I 8v... *:3i» f>- a Q*«W| 1" '■»
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§%3 Mai. Sbßbb*. Isc iClrl*. Sydney C.rint. eebtsa.
11l HAl'lhnn L^>»' ■ rol«ntal Seotel. »lII* Wallace
h HA ! nH I* »* 'olonial seotei. Nellie WiUlaea,
9 HLIHV -IIM -3e- I U- tea.. Uavel * tuwrenre.
AMMERSTEIIQ „ - »£.
I»uUt ! Ve»ta VU'totto. Clayton White ft Start*
Mats. Stuart. Ward « Curran. Julian Rot*.
S3e. BOr. I Bruno * Russell. Other*.
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY of MM
Frl March I."V '-:Srt >' m. Sat.. March In S:ts r. »•
\V\SSII.Y »ArO%Orr. Conductor.
Solol»t: roitHINNK Rlin.B-liEI.SEV. >mpimmm.
Program: Symphony. C minor. Uav.ln. Aria ;»!«
Verdure «1..1.- H»v«ln: Aria. "Ah verSdo. B«etMo\ea
Symphotiv 'N>> " ••Crolcn." Ileetheven.
BC'X OFFICE OPEN PMI.T FROM » TO ft.
CARNEGIE HALL- . Last EicitiT.
:k?&. 1 ye w 1 ii| M t
March i«i» aL aa Su o 0 3a pvj t
A«.l»led ky MME. nO*IXA LHBITIXM*
Seats Mr to $1..*.0 at bo* office and lt> E»si X.tß •••
BTEINWAY PIANO USED.
LECTURE COURSE
Ty IIS. JAMES J. WALSH. Ph. D.. tl- A* -
Now netnic Given at
MENDELSSOHN HALL. 119 West 40th «* •
on THURSDAT MORNINGS AT 11 A M.
Subject. "Some Women Who Did." Studies of »»•■■■■
characters in history. _,—
Tickets for Single Lectures now on sale at tna a*»
Offire of the Hall. lift West 40th St. ..^
In aid of the. Cancer Homes of the Servant* of P«'» i
rnry i \\>>kli> IN wax. «»p»»^'fJ" J **
EDEN I eixiaiATOGK.\rn e»«it »• .
im 13. Warren Kean* Ct-limli acd "A"-***
1/% 1" St. Nicholas Rln*. Wth St. and Col- * '
|_/ >. Is Sessions To-day. Skates Fr*a. *-•*»
SKATING. ! Band. -
aimup CHAJiriO>*Sllir.
Record brooking amateurs: The marvelous D*n»"
reat. Gardner. Conktln. Possenburg and Dr. »' a * '„
final H.» ban. line game* at Llederkrens C!ub. ««*
Street ano Park Arena* • Kvenlng matches at ■••»
Tickets may b« purchased. $1.00. at tha *««•.-■

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