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HITS PERCY-GRAY LAW.
Jerome Writes Letter to Agnew To
Be Read to Committee.
I'iittrirt Attorney Icraaaa -RTot« a letter to Pen itor
Artiow ye^strrday in mipport of his rrnnibling bi'.;. : .
and fi«-k«d him to reavd it to tho Commltte* on ' '<••*■
Of th*- I^gislaturA hi ilsj Thn l.ltrr if ter e»ps*ss
inpM- J«?ro:no's resTrel at bcin^ un.-ible to appear at
th«» h«-.~iit^ps on Ih" bV.ltt on account of th« Thaw
trial c'ip* «>n to rite tho provision of tlio'Stato i 'on
ctltutlon w'-Ir!i rerjuir^-s i-'-mi-rs of tbe Ueslslatura
to maintain Its mancJa'-^s nr.i also that which
forhids jramMir.R. Then It Fays that ii" Intelli
g*-r.t innn coi-.ld B'jppo»f» tJiat tiio IVrry-Gr/iy Htv
Is un bosM at saTorl to carry out tl.e latter pcctloti.
Tl!<- letter follows:
If tlie eommJttfc wih r^rmit I should Hk« thl*
letter to !«• road us rxpreaoinc to brief my position
in rrimrO t« tli*.s^ tn^asurea,
art! XJSI. S'-nion 1. ('. tlio Constitution or t.je
etat" provides; of ti>«» Legislature. ■ • ' - '
■hall, before they «n»fr on thf dtitk-s of 'h.-ir
. . . o«j«es. tal;'^ tiio fnii<miiiK oath or afarms
tlr.n- "I do solemnly .swr:ir (or afTirin) inai I will
support t'l- Utoostltutlon of th« ITiitcd Sta<es_an<l
th"' Constitution of tb« State ..f New ■">'
mid tJiat 1 w!l faithfully discharge lh« duties o.
Uta bflkM of (Assemblrman or Senator, :is rherti^a
n.av !>n n. .-ordins to th« h.-P! Of ray ability.
It Is self-evident tliat this oath of offlr.- reQ««««
Unit oa.-li S^n.itor and Asfotiil-.lym.in PhonM rl, '•>
tiie pli.i'i mandatea of lie Constitution ot the. St^ta
of Sew York, and that If 1»<» f"' 1-*1 -* t« do .a M -I■'
lain^ Y^itn of the Constitution of tV .
A natltutlon of the
Bute of N'e*- York provides: " . • • .oLrh^. o L r h^
si.v kind of lottery or th* ual« of lo.t<»r> « I<h ' 1;
uools«liing. booknnV.isip. <>r any other '.Wnd of Bam
biir,^ liereaft-r authorized or sllowed v. »"'n
this Mate: and the Ueci«Utur« fhall pas* n™™
priate laws to prevent offences against any "- mi.
urovisionu of tlii<« portion." „
If any man beUev«« that tho so-c^tlled 1 frrj i-
Gray law. togethei with tin preeent form <■• Bec
lion'sr.l of ihe Penal ''."1-. representsj an honest
effort to rrrrv into *>ft>ct this provision of the
Conttitutlon. his inienipenr.- is so limited mat n
would i." uselesa to argue with him.
I do not believe that there can be found to-ciay
In the. Legislature of the Btate of •'New lorlc *v,i.
cither Viranch. a member wl a will Bay upon his
honor as a man that th- so-called Percy-Gray law
and Section Sal of the Pen < 'ode, !n its present
'nrm. cor:Ftltute an hones! effort to carry out tno
inhibition of the Constitution of the BUt«».
Tlie bills you have -,:r."1;: ■• •: embody un hones.
effort to cany out thin provision of the < restitu
tion, and would. I believe. If enacted into law. be
effective to this end. .
If nothing else is done, at least section 3..1 "i
the Penal ode should "he so amended as to tnaue
Its violation a misdemeanor. This would give a
d,lptrlrt attorney a cJianoe to get some violators
Into jail for at least i short time. Fines are only
an- indirect system of license, and the present
minimum Imprisonment of one- year in a sxa a
prison and the offeree, being a felony, is so
sovor^- a punishment that courts will not Inmct
Imprisonment mid public opinion would not sup
port them la giving- a mere card hanger in a pool
room a sentence of ono year la a state r-'lfon.
Those who oppose s'jch an amendment are mis
guided when they think that a change from felony
to misdemeanor would rinbsrTa»s the officers or
the law in enforcing Ihe provisions of Section SSI,
Penal Code. I probably have ha.i a wider experi
ence in tho enforcement of this statute, and especi
ally by 'raid?." than any one in this state, and
after careful reflection 1 can sco no way In vhl<~!i
evi~h a chansre would emharrass the police or dis
trict attorneys In enforcing the law.
CALLS FAMILY GAMBLERS
Mother and Two Sons Arrested on
Woman's Complaint.
Charged with keeping and maintaining a pam-
Wing house. Mrs. Martha Wolf, who lives In West
lllth sum*, was locked 'i! last night tvlth her
two cons. Clarence and Lester, who wore charged.
Trlth aiding and ahftTinar. Also, a charge of as
sault was lodged ajrain?t the two young men.
Mrs. Palzer. of No. 2T. East 109 th street, told the
police that she went to a houss in West Ulth street.
where she met fix women, who were playing
I»oker. Mrs. Fairer says she lost $C 0 worth of
chips, but found that elie bad only 115. which, she,
cays, she gave to the two sons of Mrs. Wolf. T:>-y
complained, sin* Fays, that she li.-id lost O8 ami
started to pull her back when she started to go.
Finally puc"e<»dlner 1n setting away from them,
she ran ir>to the parlor, where she broke the glass
and shouted for the polio-.
Mrs. Wolf and her sons were balled out by Jus
■■«■ Mayo. Tl ■• bs.3 l»ind was signed by Bps-51-e
•Auerbach, of No. 278 West lir.th street.
OBITUARY.
.^; HENRY TALMADGE.
After pi ijii-ona of three weeks Henry Taimadc;*.
who. until a few- years :iC" was senior member cf
the banklnr firm of Henry Talmadge & Co., with
offices at -N<>. IS Tine str<-et, died yesterday at is
home. No. il>* Madison avenue. Despite the fact
that he retireil several years ago. he did much
Work for his own bank, as well as several others,
until his last illness bepan.
Mr. Talni»<iK»- was born In Westfield, Mass..
flghty-two years if... H<- was a trustee of the
Central Tru^t Company, vice-president and director
of the «Vi«;iti L*ir..i Company and a director of the
Mechanics'" National Bank Mr. Talmadge was a
member of the chamber of Commerce, the Society
of Mayflower- Descendants, the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, .-mil lor more than thirty years
fiad been h member of ih" consistory ••..,,•.
legia te Reform «"hiirrh of t!ie city of New York.
He leaves a son. Henry I*. TnlmiKlge. who Is presi
dent and director of the Augusta. [.umber Company.
presidf-nt and director <>f the llavil Lnmh»r
Company and president and director of the South
ern I'lne Company. «>f Gforgia.
BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN MOORE.
Washington, March 13— Brlpadi'-r General John
Moore, I". S. A., retired, former surgeon general of
the army, died in Washington yesterday aged
elphty-otie yenrs. He was a native of Indiana, and
eerved at the head of the medical department of
the army from W> to IK!"" 1 . He was .1 colonel and
jnertienl director rt volunteers in th« Civil War
•nd v its brevetfed Meutenan*. eolone! in the regular
establishment in ISS4 for pall.-snt and meritorious
service «iiirinff the .Atlanta carrp^isn. and was bre
vetted colon*l in ISBS for meritorious services Nephri
tis caused Genera] Moore's death. The funeral will
be held I -moi : v- nd burial will be at Arlington.
JOHN C. HARVE '.
Olen Rinpe. X. J.. March 19.-J.i.hn C. Harvey,
«lxty-«-igtit years i .. . a real estate broker In Brook
lyn and for the last twenty years a resident of this
jil;'.ce. died .'it his home. No. M HiliMdi avenue,
last night, nfter an illi.ess of one. year. He was
v f.rn In Brooklyn and after retitinp rom the real
(■state business purchased a poultry and dalrv
farm In I'rookdal-. He was president of the boarj
of trtiFtees of the MoiaviHn Church. In Brooklyn,
and a few months nro. with his brother, save val
table lands to ;t. He was unmarried.
CHARLES EDWIN WARING.
Charles Kdwin Warlnpr. the la«t of four brothers
who contributed co creatly to the development of
Tonkers as a rr.anufarturinß' and business centre.
died yesterday at his nome. -Co. 24 Locust mil ave
nue, that tity. after an illeess of fix months, Ho
»as eighty-one years old. Heart disease was the
«-au*e of .j...t:, Mr. Waring was born In ISH m
Southeast, i'litnam County, tliien sixteen years
old he came to I'onker*. whore he encased i rl tno
rnai"ifact"r^ of liats with his brothers. In ]573 he
withdraw and devoted himself to r ,. a i estate li
SH2S&iir!?f!*F? ho was . ;.-. ir-i PresMent of tl*.
Cltizer.K National Brink, retiring in 1903 li
lesiva i! xi!f* Htid three sins
DR. RODNEY C. F. COMBES.
Dr. Rodn+y C. P. Combes, basMl of the Dr.
Combes Sanatorium- Company, at Flushing, died
yesterday from trpboid fever at his home^ No. , v -
Hancock Ett«H?t, lirooklyn. p r . ONabes v.-itl;
fifty-three other Mtna. left his home severa]
weeks ago for a trip to Mexico. He had her-n
there only a Fhort time when he ecctracted the
cnaeaae, *iiul was l.'rr>yc;lit home a we«k ago.
Dr. Combes was born at East [tockaway, i>,- iB
Island. fif:y-o:!« years ajjo. Aft<»r taining his
Csirly «-dui-ail<»:i them he entered Bellevue riosol
tsii, fjoni \\iii< ii be »:i« Kra<irii.t»Ml In l«6. il • was
it stwrtallst in ; :-.-■.!, diseases, uud a member of *he
Loi.je Island and Kinßß County Medical fpcl.-Hos
anJ tile N«-u:alpla Society. He leaves -i wi;.- • ti<i
two laug!it«-r«. The funeral will be, .-ci: to-mor
'«•■■ at 2 **«toek !>• in. The burial nil! be at
Greenwood Cemetery.
HELD OH CONSPIRACY CHAEGE.
Ex-City Solicitor of Baltimore and National
Bank Examiner Accused of Fraud.
Baltimore. March Olfa Hryan. ex-city solici
tor, and Walter A. MasonJ national bank examiner,
were presented by the grand jury to-day on a
Share* cf conspiracy to defraud the Munich Rein
surance Company of $13,9:0.
At the tial.- of the allegej censpiracy. March to,
1301 Mr. Bryan was president and Mr. Mason was
treasurer of the I'nlted Surety Cor'pnny of this
♦ityv It Is alleged that by misrepresentations Mr
Urysn urul Mr. Mason induced the Munich com
t-anv to invest the amount in* in the capital
dock of lie surety company.
"'iii! V.-.i? :ix- at '," ' ■■■■■> each tor Mr. tJry.-»n and
'At. ilason and wa. i-v Mr. C.-yan. Mr.
Ifn^on is understood to be in the West on govern-
Sitnt buslr.t-ta.
ARMY AND NAVY NEWS
[nuui The Tribune Bureau]
Washlncrton. March 19.
NAVY CONDITIONS CHANGED.— The mates of
the navy ar* anxious to have legislation which will
Improve their status. Those who occupy that
ratloc now find that many of the petty officers re
ceive greater pay than the matos. and the mate
who. serves thirty years receives pay which is only
about one-h.ilf that of a ehlef petty officer of tha
Bame length of service. The Navy Department
will do not him? to relieve this situation, as it is
Intended to do away with the ratine of mate,
Which was an honorable and necessary office In
the <M navy-the days of sails and rigging. The
r>asFirtf of the mate Is a natural result of the
•volution of th* warship, and his place is now
taker: by men of more special training, who are
paid according to the value of their services. Few
appointments are made ;<> the rating of mate, and
only v. '■> n a man for some reason wishes to occupy
lhe"pla«-e t probably for the sake of old associations
and tho sentiment which still clings '" the title.
The office will he allowed to die as rapidly and
peacefully is possible. and nothing will be done to
make the place »n«<rc attractive than it Is, for men
hi-.- n< . ■•}•■• i in other place*, and are paid according
to the demand for then service there.
NO PREMIUM OS MARINES— The military
authorities In Cuba have been In a quandary regard
ing: marines serving under thi army officer who
commands the combined forces of the army and
marine corps. Some of the marines have deserted,
and the question at < nc*> comes up whether It Is
proper to pay the arm^fteward for the apprehen
sion of the marines wrfo have offended. la th*
ease of the army, the apprehension of the deserter
results In the reward of $•".'> It. is much less for a
deserting marine. The recommendation was made
by the military authorities In Havana that the
army reward apply to the marines who desert, and,
of course, the full amount will be paid out of ap
propriations for the marine corps, as is always the
i .is*-. The question has been pending for several
v.-ks nnd has caused much correspondence. The,
derision lino been reached that nothing shall be
done to chans** the situation in the least, and th«
capture of the marine who deserts will call for a
much smaller reward In Cuba than for the soldier
who deserts in the Island.
ORnERS ISSUED.— The following orders have
been Issued:
ARMY.
Major HKNT'.V C NPTSvTOMER r<r\>9 of engineers, to
V.IILIXM 1.. SIBEET.

First Lieutenant \vu.!.TAM W BESSEtJ* sSßnal corps.
i od.
First ' ' ' ■U. 1.1 VM E 'ill.l.Mi'KK 2";!h In
faati i.ifKS. to hU
rarita.n CARTER P. JOHNPOX, mth Cavalry, detailed in
Capattn At*ERT r. vV'AUiROK. cr>rp* of engineers, to
I ton, for temporary
NAVT
BsMSgn C. A. nLAKTLY. detached from the Denver; to
th« Mayflower.
Biuign B. A. CAKAOA, to the Vermont.
Buipe->n 11. ••. CTHU to the Naval Mcdl a? School.
Wasliinsrton.
Assistant Purae-m F. H. BROOKS, detached from the
naval n^ptta', navy yard. Mar» Island; to Annapolis'.
Bacon* lieutenants H. H. 1 Ti.r.V. H. C. 3VDSOS, P.
A CAPROX. A. M SUMNER. W. F. BEVAN, J.
POTTS X P. ROELKF.I!. K. A. OSTDRJtAN, E. B.
WILLING and J. N. SITTTOX appointed In marine
corps.
MOVEMENTS ok VESSELS.— The following
movements of vessels have been reported to the
Navy I tepart m^nt :
ARRIVED.
Mar-h 1^ T%a • . - - Roads.
19 Tha i ial' stata
BAIUBD
■:. Bavaaa lot Guantanamo.
IT COST HIM A THOUSAND.
But Gloversville Man Xozc Under
stands the "Lemon Game."
Joseph Newman, a glove manufacturer, of Glov
ersvllle, N. V.. who came to this city on a business
trip last Monday, Is Ji.QOO short as the result of
having met a genial stranger In Broadway, who in
troduced him to the "lemon game" In the Tender
loin.
The stranger said he was a travelling man. and
nfter treating Newman to a cigar Invited him to
play a pame of pool. Newman laughingly said
that lie had never j>iayed the Kaii) p , but the
stranger said that would make no difference, aa It
"would not cost him anything." They went to a
poolroom in tVest 29th str.-et, and after playing a
jew frames the usual "lemon" appeared in th" per-
Bon of a ihirdj man, who insist< d «-n getting into
the Ram".
After s'>mo argument on the part of the first
ftr., !:>-■••!' he was permitted to play. Newman says
there was some talk of betting on the "one" ball.
and shortly after he was- lol«l that he had won th«
stakes, amounting to 1.050, but before handing It
over tin men told him that he would have to show
that he could have paid had lie lost.- He showed
them his < heckbook. J»ut the men told him they
were "from Missouri." and he finally agreed to k<j
t.i Gloversvllle and draw the money.
A mjn who said he was the owner (if the pool
room accompanied him. They got back to the city
yesterday. Newman having drawn 11.000 from the
bank, and met the first two men in front of a
saloon at Eighth avenue and ;>2d street. One of
the men Insisted on Fe«lnK the roll, and then said
that, as Newman had acted so honestly, ].■■ would
piv.- him 15.000. He then gave him 'a card on
which was written: "Dear Father— Please come
With Mr. N.— 55,000. I: your son/* and told him
to tak" It to the place designated. Newman start
ed, but suddenly remembered his roll. V. L.-ii h«
turmd around to :i"k for it all three men had dis
appeared.
ADMINISTRATION 100.07 D AHEAD.
Indications Point to Overwhelming Defeat
of International Committee.
With the number mounting steadily emch day. the
New York Life's administration ticket now has
more than 100.000 valid votes in excess of the pos-
Kihln total of "Rood." "challenged" and "Hpllt" votes
polled by the opposition^ the International com
mittee, according to the administration watchers,
up to 10 o'clock last night Such, at least, was
the statement ma<io to a Tribune reporter by the
chief administration watcher after a careful refer
ence to the figures in his tally booK
This mean* that, so far as the inspectors are
concerned, ani fmlins the Improbable event of
their reversal of their own rulings, the result of
the New V..ii: Life election is now beyond p<-raU
venture an overwhelming administration victory.
The watcher Bald, and no inspector could be
found who was willing to deny his statement, that
the Inspectors had already adjudicated 231.000 votes,
or more than hal* 11.,. entire vote cast at the ■-!••
tirn. as valid for the administration Ii is consid
ered probable that the Inroector* will also adjudge
!i% "administration, valid." 75 per cent of the 3Q.Q00
challenged administration votes still un passed on.
Now. according to the Inspectors' ilßures, the.
"international delivered" vote i- only ll(S,f*», this
figure including nearly so.<w pro-international votes
<hallenc«-d by administration watchers. An addi
tional IT/itK* "good" pro-International votes sent in
the ndministration mail, and a few thousand
"split" votes, together with the relatively i mall
pro-international vote In the administration mall
vote still unpassed on, completes iii" number of
votes possible, to (he international committee, under
the Inspectors' rulina;s. It is believed that the In
jspecloru will accept only -•'> per cent of the >«i.<«i - i
pro-international votes challenged by adminlstru
tior. watchers.
In pursuance of their new overtime plan. the In
6pector* worked from 0 to l"t o'clock last night, and
expect to do so every night this week.
Regarding the cable message from Vienna on
Monday announcing the Austrian High Court's de
cision that the New Fork Life's reserve deposit
certiii'-Htes were not taxable, It is Understood that
the ompany will receive back about 62,000 kronen
which it pnid originally under protest
EZRA CORNELL CENTENNIAL.
To Be Observed at Cornell University with
Dedication of New Buildings.
Ithaca, N. V.. March 19.— Arrangements for the
cel'bralion of the centennial of the birth of Ezra
Cornell, founder of Cornel] University, and the
dedication of the new buildings of the New York
Btate College of Agriculture, on April M arid 87,
have been completed. The full programme for both
was announced to-day by President Bchurman of
Cornell. Friday. April 26. will be devoted to the
Cornell centennial celebration, and Saturday, April
27. to the dedication of the new college buildings
On the evenings of both days, as well as on the
everting preceding and on Saturday afternoon the
annual musicul festival of the university will i, ( .
held.
The centennial celebration will b« purely a domes
tic affair. No Invitations will De Kent to other in
stitution?. Andrew Carnegie, of the board of trus
tees has been selected to make the first and prin
cipal address on Ezra Cornell. This will be de
livered on Friday afternoon and will be followed
by a luncheon to invited gueataJ In the afternoon
I):-. 'Andrew 11.1 1. White, Best preald.wt of the uni
versity, will spenk for the faculty. Senator Joseph
Benson Foraker of tlw class <if •,», un<l President
David Starr Jprdan of Inland Stanford Junior I'ni
versity. " 7--- class of •;■_•. will speak for the
alumni, aid W. W . Taylor, president of the cnior
class, will speak for the undergraduates who will
parade with characteristic exhibits and displays
At the dedication of the new buildings for the
State i ouege of Agriculture Governor Hughes
will b<- the Hrsl speaker, and he will hand over the
buildings to the university. They will be accepted
by President S-hurman. The o;he r speakers win
be Professor L. li. Bailey, director of the' Now
York htate Culh'ge of Agriculture, and Lieutenant
Governor Chanl* r. At tbe close of tin-*.- -.v.-r
dse* the president and Mrs. Schurman will" give
a luncheon at their house in honor of tiis speakers
and or the board or trustees of th« university
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20. 1907.
MRS. WALLAU FREED.
Grand Jury Refuses to Indict Wom
an Accused of Killing Mother.
Tho March Grand Jury refused yesterday to in
dict Mrs. Lottie Wallao, accused of murdering her
mother. Mrs. Ida Binge, in their home, No. 63 East
SOth street.
Mr?. Wallau was sent to the Tombs after the
findings by Professors WHtnana and Deghuee that
the-ro were evidences of mercurial poisoning in the
body of Mrs. Hinge. Mrs. Wallan was later re
leased In $50,000. Four servants were held us wit
nesses. The story was that Mrs. Wallau was de
voted to her mother, who had assigned most, if not
nil. of her property to her daughter. Th« motive
of pain appeared to be lacking. Mr:-. Binge had
been operated on for a cancer, and was gradually
dying;.
Miss Elizabeth Devine. a trained nurse, reported
to the District Attorney's office that Bho feared
lira Binge was being poisoned. To some extent
this story was corroborated by Miss Florence
Cleveland, another trained nurse. Mrs. Wallau'a
relatives and friends scouted the idea of her guilt.
It is understood that much more complete evi
dence was placed before the grand jury. The case
Is now- dropped, although it is the privilege of the
District Attorney to present the evidence to an
other praml jury.
David Handler, counsel for Mrs. Wallau, said
yesterday: "The statements and testimony of. the
nurses ai the coroner's Inquest contained so many
contradictions and Improbabllties that the cor
oner's jury, without hearing any of the testimony
of th" witnesses In favor of Mrs. Wallau, decided
unanimously that she was Innocent of any charge.
The grand jury, after a most thorough and ex
haustive examination, at which Mrs. wallau was
neither represented nor heard, and without hear
ing the testimony of witnesses in her behalf, also
decided that no crime had been committed by Mrs.
Wallau. It is exceedingly gratifying that Mrs.
Wallau is exonerated without having to undergo
the ordeal of a public trial."
MOROSINI GROOM FINED.
Had Used Language to His Mistress Which
She Found Objectionable.
On complaint of Miss Giulia Moroslnl and her
brother Giovanni. Hugh Gibson, twenty-two years
old. of No, 912 Sixth avenue, who ha« been em
ployed by the Moroainl family as a groom lor the
last few days, was before the Morrteanla police
court yesterday, charged with using Insulting lan
guage to Miss MoroelnJ on the porch of her father's
home Kith street and Riverdale avenue, lust Mon
day night.
Miss Moroslnl was represented by her brother
and her coachman, David McGec. They told Mag
istrate House that Gibaoa had been discharged for
ill treating one of Misa Moroalni'a show horses
and had demanded money due him, and when he
had not received it had become Insulting. After
hearing the case the magistrate fined Gibson 110.
which he was unable to pay.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sun rises 6:os|Pu.» sets 6:12 M ■" sets — Moon's age 6
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Hook — <'■■■■■ Islnnd —Hell Oata ~-
II -Sandy Hook 12*4 Oov. Island 12.00 1 Hell Gate 2:02
WIRELESS REPORTS
•j-i . Oc»anl<\ which reported to fable Island a; fl a m
yesterday, when i" miles south or that itatloa. Is ex
pected to dock about. •" 30 p in to-day.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-PAT.
Vessel. From. Line.
•Pltlrta .... Rlngt March '■■"■ .Harab Am
•Ojicar II <'hristla!!aana. Mar<-h 0 Sc«nd-Am
•Oceanic Liverpool, March 13 Whit star
Li'tiria Gibraltar, February 27 Italian
CUlfornte n^ r~. March 0 ;}?• n< ,' h
Bt Andrew Antwerp. March 8 I'htrnix
1-1 .'«] Galveatox, March 18 So ra<-lflc
I^ampa'as Galveston. March U SUliory
r.^rrraiila . . XaplM. March 7 Fa^r*
«v. r «u'-lr> H'lll. Mar.-li 7 \\ ll<<»n
Hovlo Uverpool. March 8 White. Star
Main Bremen, Mnr-h 9 ■"•" <J LJoya
THURSDAY, MARCH 21.
•n«rmu<;!nn Bermuda. March 1» Qi^W
Ijv <Jasrr.pne . . Havre, Merch 12 F 2T n *s
K«oigln LwlM Naples. March fl SO o> *
Pennsylvania Kambunr. March 9 natr>-Am
Ktn<-n.s City Pavannah, March 1"» Ba\-snnah
Denver . Oalv#«ton. X!ir h 14 Mnll-ry
Colorado Mobil*, Mai 14 Mallory
FRIDAY, MARCH 22
•Mcl Mn V.-ra. < Vuz. March 14 W-»r I
•S«nlnoi« f=«nto Domingo. March 17.... . . .riy.u
V.r.'ila iniiK-ia. Mai lit. 1 lamb-Am
Soflallohenbtri Palermo. March 6 AnMrian
EISIKIO »«' <^rle«np. Mnr-h 17 So l'arlfi.i
Alamo Oalv«*tun. -March 17 Mallory
SATURDAY. MARCH 23.
•Ftrurla Uverpaol. March 16 CunuM
•rhiiH.»rihl\ . .Southampton. March lrt American
•!-t Provenc* UavT-i>. Mirh V\ tTench
C - lty rf Mawn Karannari. March 30 Savannah
Comal Mot He. March 1*» Mallory
•Brlnss mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO DAY.
Vessel
Vnael. For IJr.e. Mail '-;■ "• »al!*.
Majestic. IJverroo!. White I tar . . HiJiiam l(i:«i»m
Advance. Colon. Panama ii ao » m 3 no pm
Allfphany. li.apim. Hamb-Am ll:"D«m 2 <*> p m
Nleuw Anift»r:lam. Uott^r'lani : I i] Am li>.O»a m
I'r'.fus. New <irl«-an*. So Taci'l- ■ ri.iopm
rnmnn.he. jR<-kjnnvi!le. Clyde 3:nopm
Hamilton. Norfolk. Old Dominion 8 '•" p m
THURSDAY, MARCH 21
Amerll • Hamburc. Hnm»)'irK-Ain .BSO n m 10:0O a m
Xi Touraln*-. Havre, French 7 ■•• I • . 10 •■• a >:.
C I* Tl.-tgen. Cbpcnhasen. Scand-Am.'. 9:T>em 12-nrtm
Monterey, Havana. Wnr-1 . S>:o<tam 12:<H)m
<: <-n>nltz. llrenien. ■■ '. 1. V.i lo:«n>am
I«irnpa!>aa, (iihnlnn. Mallory 3:<>'>pm
Jefferson. Norfolk, old .mini . 800 p m
i City of Coluntbua, Savannah. Savannah 8 00 p v.
FRIDAY. MARCH 2*.
P B Frleirtch. Jamaica. HamU-Am 12:00 m 2«> r m
"K'Ctirau<-a. Nassau Ward - ...,12:00m i:00] m
Ctdrlo Liverpool. iVhlta Btar — ll:Si>ain
! Fe.n<"-a. Norfolk. <~>M r>npilni'-.n. . .* ... 8:(»>pm
Arapahoe .Inoki'nnvll!*'. <Iyd« 3:oopm
i <'ul<iradr,. lirunswlok. Mallory > 8:00pm
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Doetlnsttnn and steamer (1o?e In No* York.
Hawaii Japan. Cores China and Phil-
Il'P'ie Inlands (via San Prancli > March 52. 12:30 am
AiiFtrnlia (except We»t). FIJI Islnndi
urn' Sew C«l»donl* ivia V'ancouvef
nml Victoria. 1: O— Aoransl March 24. « iv» m
l'nwall <v)a Han FrancllCO) — Alaineda.Man.-h -'■. 12:30 a m
Hawaii, Japan, ("ores and (.lilna (via
San Kranrlsco) Coptic March 29. 12:30 am
', Hawaii. Guam and Philippine Inlands
(via San K'nclsco) — Empress of Japan. April 1. 12:30 am
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Tuesday, March 19, 1907.
ARRIVED
Btoamer Sannla Utah. Mnnrlnl. Oenoa March 2 nnd
Naples 4. to Ulrsel, Peltmana ft Co. with 42 cabin and
I.!>'Jl steerac" paiaenEcra and muse. Arrived at t!i« liar
at 10 i m. IRth
Steamer Pretoria fB », Mann, Rarbados Mai h fl Mar
Unique 7. Dominica 8, St rCltts and St Crolx 0, st Thomai
ami Bermuda IS, to A V. Outerbrid«e .v Co, with 74 i>a« -
B< HK'-rs. malls and mills. Arrived at the liar ai inld
nlKhl.
Hi«>nin»>r T*r!n» Ktt»l Ftiedrlch (Qerl Oerdea Tort 1.1
in.->n March !•. .^.'iianttla 11. Santa Marts 13 and Fortune
inland 15, to th» Haroburc American Line, with '.> pa?-
Hiif:-. mails and tn«1»«\ . Arrived at »h<» Boi *• u4s a !m.
.sfiini^r Dl« i (Sired), Incvan ■ iSlbarien March 13.
to W Li Muo on, with mdse. A rived at the Bar at 4
a m
Steamer Ptatendam (Dutcl », Brulnsman Rotterdam and
boulosne March 9, to the Holland -Amerl ■» Line, with 172
.-3l>in und !.410 nteerac« passengers and mdss Arrived
at th~ ll'ir at |O n m.
Bteai Rhodesia (Br). Hoya, Marseilles February -i
Barcelona 2T» »nd Mnlnßa March 1' to .1 \V ETlwell ,\.. c.
with md«». Arrived at the liar at 1«» pm, l"<th
Bteamer rhiragn City IBr) Hunter, Rrtati l Februarr 20
Bii,l J-wHii^ea 28 to Jame* Arkell A Co.wlth mdse \r~
rived at the l*ar at 10:58 !■ in. ISth.
.--<■;,•.,, |-|.1., i.i Apfetd, Antwerp March « to the nr,\
Star Lln«\ with 143 cabin nnd I .::it steerage paasen»ra
and mds«. Arrived al the Bar si 3US a m
Steamer Mm. Castle, I>o-.-,tis. Havana March Ifl to
James i. Ward & r u .with ..:. paiweinferj, mails and
mdw Arrived nt the Par at 1:32 p ii,
Steamer Mararalhn Perr: Maracaiba March ■.< <'ura
cao 11 and Ponce 18, •■• Roulton. l'.llta A Dalietl with n
pamengers, malls nml im!*<- Arrived .it tl;e Bar at i ::o
i> m.
Steamer Monvl«o (Ital). T'.evelln. Leghorn February 0
Marseilles f. Palermo 22, Metutlrn J4 and Catania 23 t'
Hii/f-:. !>ltninnti & Co, with mUse. Arrived at th« Bai
nt 1 p m
SipamT Manzanlllo übar>>, Jones, Taroplco March s
ar.d Matanzas 14. t.. James E Ward ... Co. with radie
Arrived at th" Bar at UAH .i in.
!-t<:imer rnrlh. lncrari'. <;frrsot-m!i, s C, March 14 via
Wilmington, .V C 16. to th« Clyde Pa Co. with ■,■.!.
Passed In Quarantine at ?>'■'.?, a m
Steamer Hamilton. Hcaz. Newport N?w» and Norfolk
to the old Dominion S« Co, with pasiengera and nl ! A .'
I'asM i in Sandy Hook 'it 2:D2 ■■ m.
Steal Kronprlni V/Ilholm (Ger). Rlcbter, Dntmen
March 12 and Southampton nnd Cherbourg 13 to Oelrlcha
& <■.» with passengers, mails and ni.iae. Passed rite Is l
an I at 4::!S i> m.
Sandy Hook. N J. March r.t. in : .".i> p m— Wind soatb
west, light breeze; foggy and raining.
SAILED.
Ream Monrce. roi Norfolk and Newport News; rity
of Memphis. Savannah: Kueces. aalveaton; Apache
Charleston and Jacksonville: .1 l Luckenbach. Gal vent on •
Earl of Can-irk IBr), ValparaUo. Wollcnde etc.: chal
mette. New Orleans.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS,
Dover, March 10. n.'J", a m— Arrived, steamer Kroonland
Doxrud, Mew York for Antwerp inn- 1 , proceeded t
Uanibunr. March 18. P. p „■ -Arrived, steamer Kal«erln
Augusta Victoria (Ocr), Ituiier. New York via Plym
outh and Cherbourg.
Bremen. March I!>— Arrived, steamer Knln-r W'llhelm II
(Ore). Cuppers. Sew York via Plymouth and Cher
bourg.
Foiithampton. March 10— Arrived, steamer Minneapolis
(Br», Cates. New York for London land proceeded)
Plymouth. March 19, B p m— Balled >tnm«r Graf
JValders'-e New" IVorI York Xr * C!l (from Jlamburg end
Boulogne), >.»w ,\ nrk.
Gibraltar. March 111— Passed, rtaamer I'xl An (Ger»
frosß Barcelona and Malaga for New York '
Havre, ararch lO— Arrived, steamers Prlns Frederlk Men
dr!-< (Dutch). Haasnoot. New York via West Indies
«ii veneziela for Amsterdam; 17th, Pandoala tßr|
AVi man, New York. Balled, steamer Bt Laurent «Fr).
Rotterdam^* March ' 17— Arrived, steamers Rotterdam
(Dutch* Boyesen. New York; 18th, Lord Downshire
Bri. llaglll. New. York. Batted, steamer AVlen iDaa).
Dunkirk*. March i6— Steamer S.imerf.>r.l »I!r>, Henry, New
York.
Eagres March IS — Passed, steamers Madonna (Fr). Jou
bert New York fur Naples: Keustrla. iFr). Thumin,
New York via Kayal for Marseilles; Lombardia (Ital),
Orengo New York fur Naples and Genoa.
St Michael's. March 18 — Sailed, steamer Clan Macmlllan
(Url Wadge (from Calcutta). Boston and New York,
Antwerp, March 19. •'• P ■ — Arrived, steamer Kroonland,
Doxrud New York via I>over.
Eermuda March H». l'» a. — Palled, steamer Bermudlmn
(Br). fV., • -. New York.
Port Natal. March 19 Arrived, previously, steamer Kyb
fpls iGer) Yon Thulen. New York via Cape Town. etc.
Algiers March 13— Sailed, sliiiibmsi Strombus IBr), Stock
i from New York). Calcutta.
Naples, March I.l— Arrived, st.-amer Orty (Aits'), Ivap>
cleh. Sew York.
\-or«-s March 19— Sailed, steamer Cretlc ißr). K«*lk,
Spezia. Genoa and Naples for New York.
Lundy Island, March ID — Passed, steamer Jersey City
<L!r) Bailey. Sew York ff.r Bristol
Suez March 19 Arrived. steamer Seharzfe^s (Ger>.
Barthmann. Calcutta for Boston and New York.
Calcutta, March — Sailed, steamer itrannMs (Gen. for
Hopton an.l New York.
Fatras March Sailed, steamer Eray fAiist), Ctosullch
• from Tricstei. .■ ■» York.
Perltn, March I!' — Passed, steamer Hudson >Br«. Fcnton.
Shanghai, blngapwo and 1 '"■•»? for New York.
Singapore March 1"> — Sailed, steamer lu.lrasam'ia. (Br>.
Wllkes (from Yokohama, el ■>, New York.
Proposals.
OFFICE. COMMISSIONERS. DISTRICT of roi.fii
bin Washington n. C. March 12. 1:107 — sealed
proposals Will be received at this office until 12 o'clock,
noon Aptil >- 1! "'"- f " r constructing sewen in the
District of Columbia. Form". ."peelfleatlop.s and n-><-»»
. „v Information nay be obtained at Room 4.1. District
Building. Washington. r> <V HENRT X F M.VTAR-
I.AMY HENRY L. WEST. JOHN EII'DLE. Commia
■lonera. P. C
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR ITntted States
Patent Office. Washington. P. C. March 13. 1007.--
B< . a i e( ] proposals in niiadrupticate) will he receiver! at
th's .-»'■• until 2 o'clock p. m.. Monday. April 22. 1907.
anil will »•<• opened Immediately thereafter, for producing
dvrlnz "• fiscal yow <n - i:i -' June :!l> - '"" - by the ph'»
tolithographlc or other process, copies of drawings of th«
weekly Issues of patents, designs an i registered Tri<l-»
rr.;irks- for the reproduction of exhausts copies if driw-
Incs and speoiflratlons: and for producing roples of draw
irca on a reduced scale for the library edition of pat
ents Sr^clfU-ations and specimens, with forms of pro
.,^r,i will be furnished on application to the Chief n.-rk
'„ ... Patent Office. All bidders are Invited to lie present
Mt th« open'.nff. F. I. AI.I-I'V Conimlssioner. Approved:
JAMES !Ul«>r.PH GARFIEIJ>, Secretary.
If: LOCUM. X. Y. SIARCfI 6, :!">7 — SEALED
' proposals In triplicate, frr furnishing Fuel. F.iraga
and Straw, and Mineral Oil. required at Fort Sir* urn.
X X during year enrtir.^ June :<i>, •••*, will be received
hers until 10 A. M-, April l. )<■>■>- i- a reserves light
to refect nr accept any or all proposals or any part there
of Information furnt»beS on application. Envelopes con
tnlnlnn proposals will tie endorsed "FropcFals for Fuel.
Foraea and Straw, and Mineral Oil, at .*' W. T.
WILDER. i) it
QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. WDBT POINT. NT. V.,
March I'' 1 . 1907 Sealed proposals; In triplicate,
mitiei-t to the usual conditions', will t>e received at this
otr.ee •■til 12 ©"clock noon April 13. 1!M17. for Tll«
and Marble Work In the Cadet Barrack! (old) at West
I-, i.t. X. Y. The United state* reserves the rl«ht to
accept *"** reject any or all proposals Forms for pro
posals furnished upon application Address Quarter
master. West Point. N. Y.
vi'nSST POINT N. V. FEBRUARY 20. i:»"> 7 -SEALED
\\ proposals In triplicate, will !■• rT»lv»d here ur.ri;
12 o'clock noo.i. March 22. '>-7 for supplying Steal Wall
Ix>ck ■.-». as per Specifications in this office. The United
•-.:■■ tho right I" acrppt or reject any or all
proposals, or any part thereof. Forms for rrot-oeals
f.irnMi"'! «r°» application. Aidrrss: Quartermaster.
West r..lnf. N. Y.
1 PROPOSALS FOR MATERIAL) ETC
«tov<>rnmont Printing Office
Washington. 1> C, Msrrh 11. 1907.
FenVd proposals will be. received at this office until
in o>l«.-k -i m . Tl Esr»AT. APRIL. 2^. 1I»«T. for fur
nlnhtriK material, etc.. for the u*e of the '!'>vernment
Printins fiffl<-» .lurlns tho Bscal year ling June :{">.
T".> The right to r«>le.-t a;iv and nil ' .!'1« and to
waive defects 1-* reserved Detailed n.-heaures of th»
material, »tc; required, af.-omiiar.led I ■•. blank pro
pnsjlf, and rlvln^ th* regulations nlth n-hlrh bidders
mv« comply, may be ot.talnrd by addressing this
ofllce. CHAB, A. si ii.i.in.;s.
Public I'rlnrer.
1- FOP. STATIONERY. ETC.
Qorernment Prlntlnn Office
Washington I") C, March 11. 1907
S»al»d prnpnsnls will — r»cetv»d nt thU offlcw until
2 o'clock p. ri . MONDAT. APRIL -'2. IMO7. f,-»- fur
ntflhlne ftatlonery. fuel, tre, hardware, plumhlnic and
electric supplies, lumber, etc . for the u<<.» »,f tho Gov
ernment I'rlntlnc office during th« fl.«cal y»ar endln* !
June 3f». Kmi" The rlEhf to rejert any and all hid» and I
to n-aiv.» defect! I- r.-H-r-.»-<1 Detailed schedules if the, !
Mattinerv. fuel. ice. etc. require.), accompanied by
tlank pr"p<>«a!st. am! Klvin* thn r»K<ilatlnns with which
M<!d.>rs ra'ut comply, may h» obtained by ad lr<-ss!n« '
this oKlce. '"HAS A. STt r.I.INCJS.
Publ'.o Printer.
S« 111 k» received st
►5 the omca of th- Chtet Clerk. l>»rartm»nt rt «-om
nrr-« anl Labor, until - p. in.. Monday, Arrll 82, i!«i? j
an.l thon opened, for fi:rnl>h!n» the I«-i>artment with i
»tat!nn^ry. <-arp't». copper r'«"-j< f..r •n«rn\ln< and •-. .
tmtyrlns. elfctrl^-al f. ia.gf. fuel, furniture.
hardvin.r>-. l<-e. linoleum, lumber, oils. j.:i'.-«. rr.ot<-.«rar.h!.3
Biiirllr-*. rl'in'l-'ng supplies, rtr. ; f, :r removing ashes ond
rubbish. cl.anln« and ln\lng cnni'ts. washing t.>w*!». and
th,. puriha...? Of. «a»l» pul'r durtnjf the fiscal year endinz
Jim.- 30. U"'* Hlankst f>r rropo»;ils. with ■pecMeatloas
win h« furnUhed on application t.> th» chief «-i«rk. ix>
iartin»nt ft Commerce «n«l Labor. WuHhinict.<n. D. C.
O FriCS OF THE DKPARTMENT OF PARKS, "
ARSEXAL BniJil.Ml,
FIFTH AVENUE AM> SIXTY FOURTH STTtKET
BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN. THE Cl TV OF NEW
SEALED nil 1 ? OR ESTIMATES wn.r. UK received
(• the Perk It.-vnr.J nt th» a DOTS oflV-e cf th« Department
cf ra:'*» until 3 o-olfx-k p. ni < n
THURSDAT. APRIL, 11. 10OT
HoroiiKh "t Manhattan.
CONTRACT NO. 7
FOR WORK AND MATERIALS F«">u KItF>TIO\* AND
rX)MPI.ETH>N OF THE INTERIOR FINISH IV THF3
NEW TORK PfßU«' LJRRARY, ASTOR LENOX
AND TII.'KN- FI»I'SPATIOXB. FIFTH AVENUE
FORTIFTTH AN'!' Forty SECOND BTREET3. ' I
Tie Sr<-ur!ty re.iulr»>l will ba Four hur.drei thousand
Pnllars.
Tr « tlm« allnwM fr>r .lolnu an.! cnmpl»'ln«r Iho wore
will • » ■••■ ,-< CALENDAR MONTHS nftcr nc.tlc* to
lr«ln wntk at tho batldtnx has >•<■ i riven.
Ths bMs will I>* compared unj the contract awarded a:
a lump or BSKifßntß Bisni.
I'lai s n ay be seen ai ; bUn!c f.inns may ebtalnwi a:
the offiCS of tho Department >>f Park... Ars-nal ivntrai
Park Manhattan, nnl nisi at the office of th.> ar> hlterta
Cnrrere £ llast!r.«». No. 28 Ka^t Forty-first street. Man
hattan.
POR FURTHER I'AIH !>•( I,AI:S SRF, 'TOT CITY
RECORD ■
■ MOSES UERKMAN.
rrestdea::
BPH I. BERRY
MI H \Kt. J. KENNBOT.
Commissioners of Paraa,
nste.l March 0. 19^7
rpr.RASritY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE OF GENERAL
1. Superintendent V. s l.if<-Si»vinf s^rvi-^. \v.-is<hlnj:
ion. D f. March 12 1007.— 5-uL-a propoMla will h«
n ■ elre«l lit ihH ><mc» <m<l! •_• nVloofc v. M. of Tuesri v
the '.»tii "lay of April. l'.'OT. and il en pub!loi> ottoneii!
fur furnltlilr^ supplln required fur use of the, Life-
Hav'.iiK BerrtCi for the fli»(-nl jrear «nfllnK .lime SO liwis
tli« nippllei to l>« delivered at iuch >mt« in NVv/
York City. O'nnrt Haven. Mich., an.l San Kranrlwn
<-ul . as may be required, and In the quantities nnni'-d
In the ni>-<lft<-ntl.>n^ Th* (Uppliea ne.»<l«,i consist of
V fl< ii" Idlnc nnd Furniture; Brooms nn-\ Ilrush»^-
Crockerr, Harrtware; iious«hol<l •;...„!»; i. nm p.i Un
terns, *;p ; Meillclne*. etc.; Paints, oils *t>- : shlu
Chandlery; Stoves, etc : T...>K nn-l Mix.-Aiian.vnii \rti
rU*; ull of which nr« enumerated in the Bpectflcationa
attached tn ih.- form ..f bid. *i<-.. which t»,n> bt..ob
tained upon appll itloit t<» thli .iffl.-.-. or to" thn In
Kpeetor "f Life-Savlnn Stations, :::•• Wanhlnrton ---t-.-.-t
New York City; Superintendent Twelfth Llfe-Barlnß
District. <'.r:ui.l Haven Mich . and Sui>»rtnten<lenl
Thirteenth l.tfe-Snvlng District. N», v Appralaera 1 Ktore*.
Pan Franclseo. CaL Envelopes conJulninK proDosali
HhouM h.- :i.l.!r..«s*.J to t!ie "General Siiiirrlnteri>|,'nt 'l*
B. Llfe-Savtnc Kervlc*. Washincton. n c.- :i n.| marked
on tin' oul ;■]• "Proposal for annual supplira." t»>«
r!Kh» Is r^s^rve.l to re jn.-t any <•, iii i.i.i, and to wittva
rtef.»cts. I' '!-n,.-.- f..r the intHr^st-f ..» the Government!
B. 1. KIMDAI.U Cncral Sup^rlnieni>nt.
IIHnI'.iSM.S POR INDIAN SITPI'MRS. — HEp.\RT
. men! of. Kt->- Interior. OBlce of m.iui-i AffniJ i \ V-i>
Ington. r>. <V. Fehnwry •-'.-.. :!«'7.- Sealed pnnmati „|a i " '.
Is marked on the outside ct the envelope: ■ fi"i»i-al for
rubber goods, boots and si.-t-. 1 ' et.-.. a-, i»,« «•«.„ may ,„
un i a<ldre»«efl tn th» "<'nramls*toner <.r Itullan Vf^aln!
Wanhlngton. D. •'.." " '. be rerclved nt the Indian «>trn : e
until -• O'clock P. m. Of Tin.is.iiy. ApHI 11, I'.k.t an.; th*Z
opened, t. r furnlshlm; the 1 nil lan service with .1,11
S<h.>ls. bo^'» iin.l Bhos-n, ksrdware. and medical kboulln
"-■ l! ' i |irop«»als. pUluly umrk^l „n v..- outsMe <>t ths
envelope: "IToi for enameled way*, furniture. '• etc
as the ■!-•■ may bf. :im.l addressed Ut the "OomminilnnJ;
of Indian Aftalm, Washlhgton. l>. C." xvill le recel^d
at ire Indian Office- until Z o'clock ». m, of TumJmv
April '"' I'-'"T. nn.i thru opened, for rttrnlrhlnx the Indian
»..r\l.» with enntr.eled ware, lanii ,-iv. i,.,,, „.'
■loves. asricultural lnik'!ein»:-.t», pnlius. nils c..".»* '.'*;
ware. natrons, harness, leathei the* fln.llnts " -„(,);„,..
rt.-.. sch.H.l kupplies. an.l a hug list of miscellaneous ..,.,,'
eles! Bids niiml be made at „,, n..,,,,,,,,.,,, *•!,„&
Bchedules elvins all necMsary Infcrmitlun f,>r ,;....
will l" furnished on application ti tho i-,ii In .'n> \
NYsjihiiigton, I>. V . the i;. s, Indian Warehouses a "•' ■
York (IT. «.'lii<a«". 111.. St. l.oulj. JV, B nj " ■„' .V.-'
Nebr The Department reserves il.o rl K i,t" to ,■,.',,., '":
nni nil I>l<'.!>. •• BO) [art or any .... i' f. iKri-i'-
Commissioner. - - - .
I>. li OFFICE DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON' IV C"
Mor. 11. i;f>T. — ival»-.l pronflials will be received mi
th»- office of the Purchasing Aj;<"t ot till.-- „ ;,,„.„,
until 2 n>lock p. in.. Monday. \..mi 2j n,,,: for "-"'•
liUhliiK mil • i:ane m- rtatlonery stippllea, wrapplna vaver
typewrlteis. euintmtlna machine*, scales, rit».i,.- r stamoii
ami supplies, numbering machines, -.- t |-, copylns i, r » M .',
furniture, carpets, baskets, l^xos. dry BO ods i>i, '
corilis- harJwoi*. trurks. leather supplies; 'fl-, tl |„ai
supplli t.ainiH. r.iis. chemUals, lumber, fuel |r,. V..rar»
boutehotil tur<plle», etc., ps !'uy may »:e or.'l^rr.i „ .',",, .
I-o«t OBlca Department an I 4". Mil gervlm- <!urli).- in.
fiscal y<-tr nr the Tour yean beginning .July ! l'nr ',
the contracts may 1.0 nnai.l«.|. Blanks fir nroncMnl*
with spectHra.tlons ami instructions to bidders will i »
ready for distribution . m or about March '£>' i«u; nni
will ]>'• furnished upon applli-uiii-n to Ihe 'puioh'-i«in.'
Agen< for th« Post Ofnoe Department. Wushtnrtor. D ,'
O. V. I. M ESTER. Postmaster General. ' U ' *"
1 PROPOSALS Wll.r. HE nECEIVED AT thp
BureAu of Buppllei and Accounts. Navy |v' r ,
rr.ent. Washlncton. D. <•.. until li» o'clock a m Ci >,"
•29. v,..7. and publicly opened Immediately ™* re-ifi«
to furnish at the'linvy yard. x.-« York. n V nn'A ih
naval medical supply depot. Brooklyn, N V «,JL,
fled, a quantity of naval supplies, as f..|,, w "■ ,"
«•• Tor.l s.^-1. «h..pt line— Sen. •!!)!»: B ,u,kf ti
sheets mattresses, towels, bedspreads hose"..- .■„
pen. oi>»ratliiß conni etc.. pajamas.— :"..' -', ''i£i~
Crockery. kitchen utensils. r.oi : Metallic rii.r
cury. copper barrel! — Ben Met Flour. XpnMcnr.nZ.
for proposals should designate th« schedules dh.tred uK
number. Blank proposals will be furnisher! uoen *?
plication to the navy pay offle». New York 3r"" ••;
U. S h "N- ! ' "••'■;• "i- E - E- nOOERS - l-aymaaier-aener^l
IftROPOSALS FOIt MISCELLANEOUS RAILWAY KT'«»_
il.lKs. omca or Assistant Purchasing Agent Pa«
atna. Kail Road Company, JM State street New' VoS
March IMb. li*> 7. Sealed proposal!) will be received I at
this office until 3P. M Mar. 2»th. lyo7 for fuVnish
lug- the al>cve mentioned articles. Rlanks and full infor
mation may be obtained at this offlcs. ALFRED Tv.
DEItSON. Assistant Purcba»«n« Agent. ■ AN "
Amusements.
THE AMUSEMENT EVENT OF THE T«A»t
MADISON ■ SQUARE GiIIDEN
FOR A SHORT SEASON ONT,T.
COMMENCING TO-MORROW.
THSRSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 21
BARNUM & BAILEY
Greatest Show on Earth
The World's Ml«htl«it Amnaeinejit ißstttßthm.
NOW BIUUEtt AM) «UANDEK THAN E\tU
BEFORE. n _
NEW ABESIC ATTRITIONS FROM EVERT
WHERE.
THE NOVEI Acrobatic end Tralnod Ar.lm.il
Novelt.v.
SKI SAILING, the Norwegian Sensation.
The Ever Awful DIP OF DEATH.
r\EQL'ALEP DISTLATS OF HIGH Si'HOOL HORSES i
W AND EXPBIW BQt'KSTHIAXISM.
ROY XI. TRi'ITE OF TRAINKD THOKOI'fiHBnEDS.
MANTEL HtaiZi»'. SCHOOL OF STALLIONS.
lyn.M-; l!.\l i.XT.'I- THE ii.VI:I,AM'S
CONGKESS OF EXPERTS IN UAITE BCOLJI |
EDUCATED HORSEd AT LIBERTY.
CLIMAX-* UTIN4. CONriATB OF FAB TAMED
ItIDKKS.
PRETTY AMI IMCTfRKSOVK PAGEANT OF THE
NATlO>>*.
EOLLKR BROTHBRS" BICYCLE SOMER3AITLT3. :
WIN>TO.VB SKA LION JUGGLERS.
TRIPLE HERDS OF Et.KPHANT PERFORMER 3. i
REiVLLY REMARKABLE «II>INO SEAL.
BIEttRIST-riILUON SENSATIONAL AERIALJSTS.
io« riKCIN acts BY :!»O FAMOr* pfcKtoioitßs. \
Ep.ich Maklnit Aerial rongr«», Acrobatic Marvels of Two j
Hemisphere* Specln! f'hildren'R «'lrct:?t. *> Funny
Clowns. REAL. ROMAN HIPPODROME; Racins |
GlorVes of All A^es. Hlsh-Jumptna: H irsea.
TWO KXHIBITIONH ItAILY.
AT S.OO AND ».«•.
Doors npen an hour earlier to afford r-atmns an opportu- I
herds of elephants, th» «;Innr Kiniffes". the scores cf j
rages of wild • ."■■> the odd and curious freaks <in.J j
llvln» curiosities, the tallest nil and woman on earth, j
the smallest people alive and the special vaudevilla j
nerfbrmanre in th» Curio Ma"; Grand preliminary .
concert by Carl Clalr's Grand Military Ban! at 1:30
Admission to everything. In'-ludtnij numbered s»ats. 23c.
and Me l2fit); an.-l 27th Street entrances <raly>. R»- ;
f .. r v.Ti seats Tie . .*!<»> and *1 ."■<». according to loen- i
ti'in i Madison Avenue entrance, only*. Private Box»». I
six feats. 12.00 and *-■>*• IJox office open dally from !
I, x M. ?o 9 I'- M No seats can be reserved by j
telephone, but mall orders accomtanled by currency |
•rill receive prompt attention. i
■ , I
Am A ATT A opera 1101 SE
H/lAnlilAl lAW 3tth .St.. Near Bth A«e>.
■ SEASON OF It AND OFEKA.
OSOAR HAMMERSTEIN. P1 r.*«i r
TO-NltillT at 8:13 — l*< h appearance of JIME.
MFli:\ VerdTs RHIOI.ETTO. Mines. Melba. Ola
"rnnla -.. .-.-V Zac-arla: MM Bond. Ancona. Ari
mond'l. MugBOS. Fnss-tra. Resch!gltan. Venturtnl.
Conductor, fampanlnl. r «^c-» /.
j"KI MCII. £-. at 8:13 — Gounod s FAI ST '!n
IMI in) " Mines I»nnald:». ZepptUl. Giaconla: MM
Hn»»! Ssuntnarco. Arlmcn'tl. Fos«etta. Ccn.. ••amr.anrr-.L
S%T MAT.. MCII. 23. at 2 — First time. Flotows
>I\KTII% Mmes. r>i>nal<ia. He I'tsneros -rina.
Zacoaria; MM. Bond. Artmon'll. Qailettt-OlaWsH.
Mucrioz. conductor. Tanara.
S%T IVE. Jim. 23. at R:l. — erd! 9 1L
THOV-\TORE. Mmes Russ. Isrej»l<>r-Olanoll. Zac
carla- MM Dalmore.*: 9e»ellhs ■. M'lffnnz. T*cchl.
Conductor. Tanarsi Prices. TSe M S3 00
NEXT SI NOW NUiHT. MAR( II SI.
TlilKI» CAMPAMNI «.K*Nl» < ONTEKT
,- popular Prices. .*•«<•. to 11.30.
Fo]ol«ts: Mmes Pinaert. Rusa, Donalda ZeppllH:
MM Bai : Sammarco. Ancona. Venturlnl. Mugno*.
and th« entire Manhattan Opera Haass Orchestra.
MONDAY. r MAItriI S5. at »:13 oclock.
V;:?» nßr'kn R r'kU a o r r eU MME. MELBA
Pun Infß I.A BOIIF.ME. Mnes M»!ba. Trentlni:
MM. Bond. Stan marei Arlmonrt!. Glllbert. Gtanoli
r.nll^tti, Tecrhi. Reschlslian. F"!>«-tt;i. ror.du^tor.
Tanara. Between Sd and Sd Act. Baloonv Sees* from ■
ROMEO AM) .11 I.IKT. Mans Melba M r>a:mores
i or.flu • r M fampanlnl
\VEI»NF.SD.\Y. .MARCH 27. at *:13 oc!ock.
I^ot 9^-' MME. CALVE
lilxfts CARMEN. Mm»». Calve. DnnaWa. Trentlni. |
«;iacnni«; MM. I>alm<.ro». An.-or.a. Gtltbert. I>a iJI. !
]lu(n >] P.eschlitll.tn. Conductor. Oampanln!.
lltlliW, Mm. -") at 8:20 (at Popular Pric«s> —
Verdi's ICKQI IEM. Mmes Rum D* Clsneros: MM
P>a*»l. Arlrnon.ll and entire Manhattan Opera Chorus
and Orehentra c.md . Campaninl Prices 7* ■-. to $1.
SATt IIDAY MATINEE. MAIM II 30TII. at 2ir.
%SSZ£2&- MME. CALVE
Maaca*nt's <AY.\I.IKKIA RISTICANA. Mmea.
'ahy, BeTarlna, Gta>conts; MM ft ilm >re«. Seven- ;
ha^ And I.»oncavallo - I r.\«il.l.\rf'l. Mme. Do.
nalda. MM Bassi, Sammarex Serellhac, Venn
Conductor, Campaninl.
KDAY NK.IIT MARCH 30. at <» II <pepu- !
lar price*, 75c. to S3V— Aob«r"s IRA DIAVOI.O.
Mi-ie« P:nk»-rf. «:iaconla: MM. Roncl. Cllihert. Arl
ni.in'll. F.>s«ptta. Venturin!. i;ianoli-<;allettl. Con
ductor. Campanlnt.
Sea? Sa!« for March "!» and 30 peas To-morrow
• Thursday at 9 A. M
SEATS FOR AM. OTHER PERFORMANCES •
NOW SELLING.
i SUBSCRIPTION SALE
I NOTn ', Of . SEATS FOR NEXT SEASON OF
' «.K\M( lll'lKl NOW I'KOI.KKSSIMi.
METROI'OLITAN Opm.\ HOt »K.
LAST UKr'.U OF opk.kv season.
Thl« Erentni at ■ MADAMA HCTTEHFr.v_far
rar. Homer; CartMO, s>.-«>ttl. Relsa, Muh'.munn. I»ufr!cho. I
He^u* Conductor, Vlgr.a.
Thur-t. i:v(t. Mch. 21. at T:3O— DIB WAt.K'ERE —
Gadskl, Fremstact ann-lietnlt, Burcstaller, Van ;
lloov. Ulasft. Conductor. H^rts
Frl Ek-. Mch 2-\ at ■ PA«JLIACi-I Farrar:
I'aruw. Btraectart Rolaa. Slmanl Conductor Ytjcna.
I'receded l»v HAENSEL INK c.RKTEl.— Mattfeld. i
Alien. Schumann H'lnk. Weed; Gorltz fbnd. Hern, i
Sat. At<.. Mch. 23. it 2— Las* 91 »•.- ■ .-TOBCA ■ '
Kninui Kam's. J.icnby: Caru.io. Scottt, Uara, Regu*.
lnifrtche Conductor. Vigna.
Sat. Err, M.-h 2S, »• 7:4S— ■ Las' P»rf. stl P»*p Prices
—TRISTAN I"NI> ISOLDE <:* Klrhby-Lnnn. i
l>i[U>^'.. GoritX. Pl:i»». Ret<n Muhlmnnn c on i 1 Herts :
SUNDAY KVU . M< H -•* .POP. PRICES*. AT v:'.i>
LAST a.KIND SI NI»AY Mt.HT CONCERT.
Sololut*: Farrar, Flelscher-Edel, Rappold: Plancon.
Stracclar!. Kr.tiro Metropoliran Openi Houaa Orches
tra. Conductor. Bovr.
Mob Etc. Mch. 2*. at T:3»— SIEtIFRICXt — lattshi
Srhuminn-liclnk. Rapp.>lil; Rarffstatlvr Van Rooy'
Uitss. t;..riti-. Blaaa. Conductor, lien:.
Wed. K-.R. Mch 27. at 7:30— t;OETTERDAEM
MKiII'Xii C.ads'.tl. Sfliumarn H»tnk, "Weed. Atti»n.
Ralph; llMrpstiiller. Hla«». Mtihlmatin. C0n.1.. IWta
Frt. Eve.'. Men •:(* (GOOD FRIDAY! at S P m pre- 1
clsely — I'AKSIFAI. — Fren»-<tart. tann Helnk:
ISurgstollei-. Van Hooy. Ulais. C.>ri:z. M\:h'rnarn Relss
Conductor, Hertr.
SKATS NOW ON s%i.k.
IVKHKR PIANO | -Xl». 1
IRYlNG^.^^'Vhe Thurs. Frl 4 Sat
Mat. & Kyi?. -SAI.O.Mt:" .v "Z n m Kln » i dI •» r."
HAMMERSTEIN'S %W?sLf«r '
i*M Dally »e»l:» M<ii>,i.i. Pat ■-..-.. an ,i !
flj7 Mult. Marlon H^nt. Collins •,! Han Smart ;
UIS '-•Sf. Me. Bar es K.llth Helena, others.
B ftfll nfJIAI ll " av ; MX. R. A. KOnERTH.
I'll UNIfIL " nJ m.\sti:b 4.%8K1F.1.
I ■ ■Wl.Wnillliiv.vi si KMMA CARIS. MOKltts
I" WVhI Dally. ?.%••. | (RON IN * CO.. Othrr*. :
IIUIIIDDI 1 •■~ K..l.ert inilfeTrT* 1,, f^,.
II HAlnnnfl M;it • i «» Ire * lt> «i'«--»rtet. Hurry «.U
MLIIHIIIUMH ?.-..-. i foil. stulr>i. Transform jlluq.
UAPI/CTT Matinees Tbari & «; a t at 2:2t> 1
ItAbUl: I I Eve S:3O n P r »t,l in The
Tltra. ■< --I .■! . « ■•' v.v <•■ n'JSS D.an! I lioru, lady. '
AM.ir «..llrr». WA I.IM>IC F- ASTORIA. TO-NUiHT* '
MARSHALL I t pVV e .c*r^ d Japan;
. IfILULn , M '■'«■■■ » wt^: nT'ggrg'
IJIUUITTIU Mrs. Warren's Profession i
WANHATTAII Mrs Warfßq . s Prof^^
Today & Sat., 2:». i With MARY SH\«. j^V 1
pri A^tTA TMKATKE. «« St anrt BssaKsiaj
[ tsC.lj/-i.3v.*J' Eva. H:I.V Mats. Thnn * Satat 2
SPCCLXI. MATINEK TO-MORROW iTiii^i»u : i.
pi events t=- HUOt IMF HAIHafIP
AUISUK Oy« CARLOTTA NILLSOS
y^-^i^MK^-l in ihe 3or US.
■ j^"^ >^^^^"'
Proposals.
11ROPOSALR— C S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRI- !
culture. (Mice of the Secretary. Vfashlnßton. D. c !
March H. IDOT. — Sealed proposals will be received at i
the orrl.-.. of ibs I>lsl>urKlnir Clerk until - p. m.. Mon
day. April 32, l^.iT. for furntthlag sui>ntledi during th»
fls.-dl year ending June "•■>. 19OH. as .follows: Station- !
cry, laboratory, lumber and put-kins; boxen, fuel and !
Ice. painters', plumbers', furniture and map frames
I'i.tki-. our s.-:il.-». Me.; brooms, brushes, etc. . dower
l'«'t . cleanlns carpetti. washing towels, and wasto
paper; elertrlcal supplies. Hag*. Instruments, towers, I
and lanterns; printing and llthoeraprtlns material'
l-ul. information furnished on application to the l>ls '
burning Clerk. Bids mum be sealed and »fldress..ii la I
tne Secretary of AgrteiUtiire, in accordance with In
structions given on schedules. JAMES WILSON. Sec
r.-lnry ■ .
"IJROPOSAI.S FOR STATIONERY ANI> MIS.'BL
m-k't* 101 0 , 1 " 1 , Supplies.— \Y.ar Pept.. Washington. D. C
March 11. 1!>«7— scaled proposals, in duplicate, will
be receive her. until 3 p. in.. APRIL. 22. I!M>7. and
then opened for furntshlna; stationery ami mUcella
tnl »-." UP r? 1 "'." ''"■'">'"•*• brushen. soaps, towels, etc)
for \\ar Oral nureaua an.l Offices ilurlng year end'
.g Jun« no. *«»■ Information furnished on "ppllci*
int^i- ff r °P osal « must be In envelopes Indorsed "pro
«?,^". for . «»«>nery and "Pronoaals for MlaeeUaaeoo*
■ Amusement*.
— *" — — 1. — 1. l_ "1 11— i_s-|_|-| 11 1 1 '
« tJB> s»»»»«aassss»Bss«ssa«»sssss»««»ss»»« MM — L—^_-.L_— _T. — ■■ Hi in, I
NEW AMSTERDAM ™*™g- «*£fj I
MR. RIOHftBD 1
TO-NIGHT r» & PARISIJH BOWJCE
1 To-morrow. I>R .TBKTLL AND MR HTDP ■
BRA!" BRIMMEI.. Sat Matinee T PEER rrSj
; Eat. ( farewell » xight. A PARISIAN rom^SS
BEOINXIXO MONDAY MARCH 21
Seat Sale Opens* To-morrow. Mall Orders *«*-
Kt.AVV * ERI.ANCER present ™'
PIXLEY * LUDKRS' New Musical Cm-*.
THE GBAMD MOGUL
BROADWAY i^T&T"];
, ANNA HELD
IN TV PARISIAN MODEL.
Llli 1111 11 i I Ev, 113 Mais. To-day & sat*?
! Mat _To-day.^irv— MEßELY >I\RV — l
ELEANOR ROBSON "^^r
; Every Nl»ht and Saturday Matinee.
! ACADEMY OF >tr»ir. I4th St and Irving Rasa
j Kla-.v * Er!anirer"s Stupendous
■ *^?"*i> TF" MnTTTI 1 3f? Prices 23—
Jtzs fe fia m JEZL. W st 50-73-t 00-t a
1 Matinees To-day and Sat.. 2. Evenings 8 Sharp.
fl A I ¥*• THEATRE. B-^ar and 30th Eves. B>U
UAL i -i Matinee* To-day and Sat.. 213.
• ItCVI VIaUT THEATRE. B1B 1 way A 4.-.:h. Evss.B : ii
nLll lOllls Matinees To-day and Sat. a:]t
LAST -l\ TIME?*.
DANIEL. FROIIMAN'S production of
THE SPOILERS
NEXT MOXDAT. I WILLIAM FAVEKSMAX.
Seats To-morrow. | IN THE >♦»« AW MAX
rUDIDtT THEATRE. Broadway an<* 40th Street
tl^nrtnC Evgs. »:3S Mats To-day & Sat.. 2:24
ORES srrf es»." — herald.
ETHEL BAHBYMOIE IHK
Next Play— HlS EXi'EI.I.ENCT THE .-.OVERNOR
r> 4D D T V TnEATHr. rt.'>r>. St.: V !>r Broal^a»
UMnhiUR Evgs.*:2«> Mats To-fUyi- Sat. 2:2 a
100TII TIME NEXT %IOND%V. SOIVEME3.
Wk\l. COLLIER CAt T»I^.
IMil I Ifltf'f) Broadway and 30th St. Evjs. 11
WILUIUN U Mats Today aM Sat.. 13.
•TTH MO>TII— 2 WEEKS.
SAM If RMABP mil no<;cE>HEDCg.
I PDITrDIfIU THEATRE Broadway and 44rh 3t
: FRANK DANIELS tA^^TSIV
Victor Herbert. Harry B. Smith. A N. C. Fowler.
iHlaaOsfflssl ♦♦ th St.. Kar ' "•' B'war. Eve. -ii i
IlvuOU™ Matln»es To-day and Sat.. 2 19.
EDWARD ACEI.CS in
BREWSTER'S MILLIONS
KITTY 'HEATH Recital Easter Monday.
KNICKERBOCKER. Broadway and 3Sth Sjlll
Evenings « I" Slats To-day and Satui lay. 2:13. '
MONTGOMERY & STONE
■ VIsCIIbM 43th St and Broadway. Evgs. 9 la
LlbtU*/1 Mats Thurs & Sat.. 2:1.*.
April Id SOOth Time — silver .Souvenirs.
| LAST THREE THE LION A>» MOKE
weeks. itit LtuN the muUc£
BURTON HOLMES l^lf 1 -
COLORED VIEWS AND JIOTIOS FlCTt*li>sl
ii jinndaT Eves. *:»<K .1 Monday Mat- at 3.
SUNDAYS. SUBJECTS. MONDAYS.
Mch. 24 JAPAN Mch. 29
Mch. 31 PORT ARTHUR April 1
April 7 IRELAND April %
April 14 SWITZERLAND Apr:; IS
April 21. VESUVIUS ft NAPLES April 22
Cavw Tlrket* <$•"> sad 94> Now on Sale. ,
single Tickets. $1.00. tie. March it.
CS ■Ifffsw' THEATRE. MBs at ■ E'way.
Oil V Jl Evs.S:ls. Mat9.Thurs.A3at..2:^
"A stay about something." — Tribute.
MAN t°h f e HOUR
By 4,EOrH.K BRI-.litll
6:h Ay... 43d to 44th St E-. «•« 8. 23c to $1 30.
Dally Matln»e<i a? i Sharp. 23c to ST. OO.
•The- Show That Make-* All Other
Shows Look Ilk* Std* show*,"
B rf^ CIRCUS S3S 3
ARABS. WlA\^/ V\J SEALS.
NEPTUNE'S PIONEER
DAUGHTER DAYS
with Mermaid Ballet. , with l>>o Indians.
I VOlft '•-'* pt • "••"••* ° r B'way. Tel. !<*•»* Bryant
LI If Iw i>««.»:ia» Matinee Saturday. 2:15
ERMCTE XOVELLI. TO-XIOHT— "SHTI.OCK."
If 1 ICO T Broadway and 50th. Tel. 3. r .OO Cola
uIUuLOIIU Evs«.R:l.V Mats.To-day and Sat. 2:l3.
"a"t ON PAROLE A N>w M!;tary
WEEK V/i^l rrtlVU *-.*-. RAmanc
Next Week— the toi-«ists. ism Ta-rnorrow ,
I'HIM Tel >'< '•' Ev-n!n^»S:-0.
I!-.vay * Mats. Tbura and Sa: it 3 20
MARGARET ? THE GREAT I nENRV
ANC.LIN I DIVIDE. I MlllEß
SI |af*4|| Broadway, be- 3'lth H"<l "Is: SSI
BviiwyU Fv.S:I.V Mats.T-.-aay * Sa: . 2:13. !
MME. NAZIMOVA '..^ (,;. )
NEXT f Kir* 1 * Popular SiiDtiuv Vamlevttls
S| M»AV I Concert*. Matlne«> nod Etrning.
AlAllin Broadway and 38«h St. Tel IMsßryasNL
UhU'IIU Evg» •* 15. Matinee Saturdtiv a? 2:11
Lorn MANX In. the WHITE HEX."
rwih Harfllii «■ B'v • S.Vh Tsl 2451 M. ,*«i 1
CSiaia Ctj. Matineo To-day. .W , to »130.
THE KOAI> TO \ESTERDAY I
Mi' To-mor. at 3 :3' V —Shaw's "Wtdowersf nooses. 1 *
T ¥Vr*J"J7 IVT CO Bar Jlar T->-dav. 2."^ * S(>9.
LINCOLN SQ. 1 Yiic HOLY CITY
irtav & a»a», Ev. Hi;. ! I FIC IIULI Will
Mats To-day and Sat. i By the WM- MORRIS CO*
SUNDAY. TWO GRAND COS "Bl
M EHOELSSOII HALL, kWU
iE BUCHH ALTER.
t tECiT %1 Sc9 VCsW **"j? fe 3*2Jij ii ten o i«£n •* ■
DBEAH GUV H JiTHoHI
ACTH!) THE-ITBE. Broadway. 43th Street.
iVl\ Ev(t9 si.. Mats To-day it Sat. .s 1*
I So^ar^ THE MILLS xV, GODS
I EASTER MOV, "The> Ambition* Mr* Alcott.
| APRIL I, I By Leo Ditrlchstein. .:reat Cast-
A £ Rnr\J THEA. J7th St. * Mad. Aye Brsi 5:11
Aii ill Mat.To-day at & ;..v -»1 * To-night
BI'W CRPPT *"* * m LIKE IT twith scex»ry».
I 7,V.«i\r« '■ Thnr*.. Frt A Sat. Eves. A Sit
PusYIRS ■ Mat. <»'•»'* C.%ES».%IL
>•»! Werk— EVERTiMAV
TARN tlilltlUlL
BOSTON I Ti -r h T bt •
SKtaPtfDHY ___jni^_—
ORCHESTRA '^I&^ST'
15 L I' I O I 111 1 H
t'omluotor, at S:SO.
on. k.m;i. mitk. I. "*'
Tickets. $5 to ISo . at P-1 Office. Tyson » ■»!» **•
Hotel > and Lurii'ia.-dt * Belde.r'% »• E. '•'»• jjm _
CAUXKIiIC UALL.
the ORATORIO SOCIETY
FRANK DAMBOsrn Cowlarta.
TUESDAT •The Kingdom
March :c. at »:t3.| r«rapc~e<l by Edward Waa*
f'osMlurled by
Sir EDWARD ELGAR. _,
Tickets. 89 ets. Is «2. Boaes. f 13.M. At 0g«
Sluslcal Art Society. 1 W. 34th St.. and at Fo» v— -j_
~ THE BOYS CLUB
Presents
THE «.OMM>LIEKH
Thursi Km, Marrh XI: Frt. Eve.. March 3.
Cperial Mattnen for Children Saturday. Marcß»
AT SHERRY BALL ROOM „
Tickets may b« pur.-ha»e.l at Sherry's New* *>***:« x
from Mr. R. Bayard O;Mt».e. 82 Nassau St. Prlc* *->**
Cn CM I WORLD IX WAX. GYPS* XVSV?'
tUt sl I CIXEM.\TOURAriI E*er» Hoor. F«£
MI. SHE. 1 hontus — d Juha Smltb— Mamiaotl* «*— ■»
1 afs. C ■«. Mrhataa. Rlalk. «Cth St. and Cot •**"*
i V d Three Sessions Tt>-day. _ .
»K.%nx«i. Murt— Frt». amitaty Bx*^
LECTURE COURSE
By DR. JAMES J. WALSH. I*. D- *** V *
Now Being Given at _,
MBNDELSSOiiN IT ALT. II» W«at «■* ■*>
OR THURSDAY MORNINO3 AT Tl A. ■> —
Subject. "Sam* Women WUo Did" gtualsa af m^> j1 "
characters In history „ .. ' mam
Tickets for Slngl* Lacturss s«w on «*•• ■ »• •"" ,
O£Jc« of th* Hall. H» Wast *Oth St . m jt±l
la &M o: tbs Cancer Hants oi tha fkaaaaits «' " ifl< * l

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