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>0 HEW THEATRE BAR
GOFEBSOR VETOES UII.L.
Measure to Reorganize State Board
of Pharmacy Also Disapproved.
[Bj Tf'l'^rar*" to The Tnt.pne. )
Albany. May J4. — Itecause the bill was central in
It* terms and would break down the, restrictions'
a^asntt salo->is near schools, Governor Hughes to
night vetoed s he Alt measure, designed to permit
a bar in connecti<wLwitb the New Theatre, which
is -nitliin the prescribed »*> feet of the Ethical
Culture Scboc] in Sew York < iT> Vigorous pro
tefts agauirt tiie measu-e wor<- lodged with the
Governor by clergymen, representative* of lemper
aace organixalions and educatliin<-r! associations.
A eimilar I ill introduced !\\ A .-.■<• ■:nl>l> imuh (""iiklin
«»F kilKti in the Assembly for exactly the ref.sona
given by the Governor in his vet<» memorandum.
But the Senate passed the Alt bill, and State <"nair
rr.an Woodmfl Induced members «>f the lower hous^
to pass the bin. In the last hours of the session
th» Assembly reversed itself. In his metnorandum
Go\ernor Hughes sa-d:
The amendin.'iH hai been sought in the interest
of the N.-u TlteaU*. m tii«- city ••' New \<irk. an
enterprise In itself entirely roninetiaabi* an.i
worthy «'f -support; but it Is ret-.>Knize.l that a
rpecial exception should nut If granted for this
case, and b*nc« the wn is peneral In •- appllca-
Uon. Tii^ ! ill ... to all places
throughout tliv f=tat*> wlier** traffli- in Uquora to be
drunk ui«>n tlv j'r«-iiiisfs may l'«» .arried on. «•■
well to the ordinary saloon t-r th^ low grade hot*l
ac to any oth*»r i>lace.
The anViidnifm cannot l>e justified. It ipm-res
th" fact that Hie policy of the law Is f<;r th*> pro
tection «.f the children, and n...t for the advantage
of proprietors ur manasers of s'hool?. Tliat P™*"*
Is expressed in the provision for a free area about
our schoniiiousps. If praprietor* of private gcnoois
rnav t«> j^rmilt'-rl to allow this ares to be en
croarli^d upon, it is difficult to s.-.- »hy the D; V '"■"
BUthcriti*»s should not have the same iv«ee«
■with r«*card to public schools. . m^
In our large cities th« pressure upon our puouc
erhool Fvsten-. is so K reqt that a larsre numrer of
children' must Inevitably pc educated In !«"}?*
Bcboote. and under the. conditions which «'*"*'!'
eaiFt suitable safesniarda should be provided ;n
both casf?.
The Oovernor also vetoed the Brown hill purport
ing to reorganize tte State Board or Pharmacy in
accordance with hir recommendations. In reality
th" Tneasijr^ provided ■ means for. i>f>rp.'tiiating the
existence of the present Board of Pharmacy, re
duced to nine members, and made certain that th»
existing control of ihe drug trade would be con
•tlnued by stipulating fiat new members "f the
"board must be appointed from a list furnished by
the New York Pharmaceutical Association, a pri
vate organization
Without i-onsid«-rinjr other arguments that the
•bill f.as unconstitutional and micht have legalized
the sale" of o<*-ain»- and other narcotics under the
guise of proprietary medicines, the Governor dis
approved it on th»- ground that it gave unjustified
power to a private organization.
Meantime, by passing this bill at tiie behest of
the present board In such shape that the Governor
had to veto it. the Legislature lias jrranted another
years life to the Board .f Pharmacy, against
■which charges of lobbying were made at a hearing
before the Governor.
Gox-err.or Hughes has completed his work on th«
various financial bills before him. including the ap
propriation and supply bills, and has signed carious
measures makinsr appropriations for state institu
tions and canal and highway purposes, Including
one for SS.OW.OOO for highway improvements. 11.300.
«V> for the maintenance and repair or improved
highways and an additional $1.397/«» for the state's
Fhare of amounts appropriated for ordinary high
way repair
Oovernor Hughes vetoed the De Groot hill to
provide a survey nnd plans for the acquisition of
harbor terminals by th<> stat^ In ih*> Port of New
York by the construction of an artificial waterway
between Flushing and Jamaica bays. The Gov
ernor says t'ne objects sought to be obtained by
This bill can be considered by the commission au
thorized by the Oronin bill," which he has signed.
to maJse an ;nquir>- into the subject of canal term
inals, with the vkw «>f ultimately improving and
fostering t!i«> state's commerce. The commission
is to be oompose<l of the State Engineer. th<^
6uperintend«-iit of Public Works, the chairman of
•the advisory board of consulting engineers and the
special examiner of canal lands.
The Governor sipned the bill of Assemblyman
Merrill amending the state b<.arc«= and commissions
; aw in relation to river improvement so as to per-
I roit the «-reation of hnprovement districts by the
i State Watfr Supply Commission, upon application
fof a locality to b» benefited, and to further provide
Jthat the cost shall be nssessed upon the property
lber.efit<»d through the r*>K-,;!ai- local tax assessment
Schannels. Th" 1-i'i is designed to make the h»onds
Vfcsu*-.; to secure money for the cost of proposed
?lmrrovements more attraotive to purchasers.
The Governor has sipned these bills:
St.-- AUds — Giving the name of Liel worth
Vi'lape to me Klastem Xew York State Custodial
Asylum.
Senator Schlos.-ft — Appropriatinc Json.ftoo for the
Hudson-Fulton celebration.
Mr. Thorn— Appropriating $10,181 to pay one
third of the appraised value of livestock destroyed
In th" stat«* by reas.in of thp foot and mouth disease.
J. L. Millff— Appropriating 11a.400 for a hospltaJ
for tuberculosis patients ;it the S"lii)<>rs' Home at
Mr. Tooni!«r— Aiprcpriatine JCS/j"" for tiie ex
j>enses of ttw* Xew York commissioners who with
cr»Tnmissionprs from New Jersey are ■kins; an In
vestigation relative to the construction of bridges
ov«r the North Blver.
Mr. Merritt— Appropriating J?..".n.(ifio for the great
Meadow- state prison to be erected at mstock,
Wast DKt County.
JUMPED FROM STATEN ISLAND BOAT.
Bernard Packs, thirty years old, a mechanic, <•?
No. £39 East ICl'd Mte>'t. Manhattan, attempted sol
cide yesterday afternoon by jumping off the Staten
Island municipal ferryboat Bronx soon after it
bad left the St. Oeorge slip. Captain Hammill
Mopped the Bronx an«J low*-r«»d a lifeboat, which
rescued Sacks. He was n-moved to the S. R. Smith
Injirmary at New Brichtnr.
Save Trouble)
TIOOK hotel accommo
dations before sailing
The best European Hotels.
Resorts and Shops malo
announcements ea.ch
Wednesday. Saturday and
Sunday in
The Trib\ane
Carry *&. copy of TK«
Tribune with you as a
reliable end handy guide.
ROME OF THE CRIPPLED CHILDREN WHO KXJOTED THE SIGHTS AT i.IN.V PARK
iTESTBRDAY
(RIPPLES AT ISLAND.
Wyckotf, Church cV Part ridge Take
Them on Fourth Annual Outing.
If any of the fifty-five youngsters of the Free
Industrial School for Cripppled Children in West
ETth street thought of their deformities yesterday
they surds did not show it, and ail because of a
trip to Coney Island in automobiles, a luncheon at
the. Crescent Athletic Club at Bay Ridpe ami free
admission to the attractions at Luna Park.
It was the fourth annual outing Riven by
V.'yckoff. Church ft Partridge, agents of ti-.e
Steams car. for- the school, and for months the
children had been looking forward to Ii with ke,n
delight Many of the machines that carried the
children were placed at their disposal by owners
of Steams cars. As there were twenty-five In line.
there was room for all.
The cars started from the front of the school at
10:30 clock In the :nornirg. Commissioner Hins
hani detailed Sergeant Casey and a squad of po
licemen to lead thr- procession. The route was
down Broadway to *7th street, where a turn was
made Into Fifth avenue, to Washington Park.
thence to Third avenue and over the Wllltamsburg
Bridge.
The »ay the youngsters did justice to the lunch
eon at the Crescent AthMlc Club on the way tfuwn
| proved that the trip had worked up good appetites.
! After the meal the children who were able were
allowed to romp and play on the grass for nn h«<ur
and were further entertained with a SOOryard run
between K. S. Partnrtce and A J Picard, of the
! firm of agents, -^hlcli was won by the latter In an
i exciting finish.
•At I. una Park the children witnessed "The Hattle
of the Sferrhnac and Monitor" and "The Burning
of the Prairie Belle.' but what seamed to come In
for thfi^ highest approval was the performance of
•Saved by Wireless." In which "Jack" Binn Tiie
wireless operator of the 111 fated Republic, appears.
The moments of real big fun for the youngsters
were h>n J:p ani Judy, the elephants, •>.■■■
broucht out and the youngsters wore Invited to
mount to their backs and take a rid< If elephants
tire easily, Jip and Judy must have bo nearly
dead by the time all the little cripple* had had
enough rides.
Many of the children ha.! to be carried to th«»
automobiles, and Mr. Pioard personally looked aftrr
this with' the utmost car«. Mrs. • M K. Bullard.
Ftipprintendent of the Fchool, was in charge cf the
cripples
Among the children was PMJip Richards, who is
twenty-four years <•'<). but ha.« lever walked a
step Ho was carried around •■ri thr- shoulders of
an attendant, and ii; spit. •>' lii.« deformity was
one of the happie.=t ..r th* crowd An..tii< r young
ster went about on two artificial legs and was able
to set a good pa<<\ Many ..f the children arc .suf
fering from spinal . trouble and had iron devices
ai,f.ijt their heads. One boy -who was called 'An
drew Carnegie." when asked if >. was related t-»
thf sterl man. said, "No. dafs not me nnrno."
When asked how lie received thr- nickname be
■aid: -Weil, i supjxise It's because I'm so poor,
hut I certainly feel llk^ a millionaire ridinp in sucli
state tr,-da;
DAYLIGHT HOLD-UP IN TENTH AYE.
%
Beaten Unconscious. Victim, Thought To Be
Asleep, Lies Two Hours Under Stairs.
After striking him over the head with a blun(
instrument, two m*n dragged James Hyland into
the hallway of the tenement house at So. 656 Tenth
avenue yesterday morning at a o'clock stole J7 <>»
from his pocket and left him unconscious from a
possible fracture of the skull and an Injured jaw
Hyland lay In th- rear of the stairway for two
hours, while tenants who flaw him thought that he
was asleep. Finally Mrs. Mamie Roth called Pa
trolman Davis, of the West -»7tl- street station and
Dr. Parnell, of the Flower Hospital.
Th«* physician succeeded In reviving Hyland long
enough to learn th< story of the assault, hut could
get no description of his assailants! The man said
that he was in Tenth avenue on an errand for the
publishing house by which he i* employed when a
man asked him for a match. At the same time he
was struck from behind and dragged Into the
hallway. He was taken to the hospital in a serious
condition. Detectives who were assigned to the
case believe that Hyland was the victim of mem
bers of the "sonner" gang, which was partly
broken up by the police several months ago They
could find no one In the neighborhood who would
admit having witnessed the assault.
» _
HUSBAND LOST RACE WITH DEATH
Mr«. Esther Peterson died at the portals of Belie
v.,- Hospital yesterday of heart 1 disease after her
husband, who is a chauffeur, had raced with her
in his employer's automobile from Second avenue
and >* Street to the hospital gates. Mrs. Peter
son had been ill for <=.. m time, and on th.-- advice
of her physician her husband, who Is employed by
a broker, started with her yesterday morning f«.i
the hospital; She collapsed in ;he Automobile, and
Peterson put on all speed, arriving at the receiving
ward just as his wife died.
CALL HARLEM RIVER CASINO INSOLVENT
An involuntary . petition in bankruptcy wan tiled
yesterday against Sulzer's Harlem River Casino,
No. JITS Second avenue. The petitioners are Simon
Straus. Inc., with a claim of $1,867 ...>. George \V
Maikey. jr.. "The Bronx Democrat." $10. and Fran
cis P. McQuade. 'The New .York Leader." si', tt
Is alleged that preferential payments to the amount
of Jl.^»l were made while Insolvent. Arnold Llchtlg,
of No. 141 Broadway, la counsel for the petitioner!
It Is alleged by Straus that his claim is on -, bond,
one of an issue of $Iso.<X*> secured by stock of a
I--:: value of 190,000. but declared to be worthless.'
LEGAL AID SOCIETY WANTS AID.
j The Legal Aid Society has decided to organize ■
i criminal branch and open offices in Lafayette
j street, near the Tombs, and the society expects to
I keep a salaried representative at each <»t the seven
|i city magistrates' courts. This measure, say th>»
J proj« tors, will assist the judges in combating
i the existing traffic in the misfortune of accused
i persons. The first i rimlnal case assigned to the
: l/«i! Aid Society by Judge Foster was that of
a poor. Ignorant Russian, accused of assault, who
was acquitted last Wednesday. To carry on this
work the society asks for funds.
Contributions should be sent 10 Louis. WlaUniul- i
ier, treasurer, No. iv RcaJe street I
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY. MAY 23, 1909.
NEW BEET SUGAR BOARD.
F. Q. Brown, J. 11. Harding and M.
S. Burritl to Become Directors.
v the annual meeting to-day of the stockhold
ers of the American Beet Sugar Company three
new directors will enter the board, Franklin Q.
Brown, of Redmond & Co.: J. Horace Harding, of
Charles D. Barney & Co.', and Middleton 8. Burrill
They will take the places of E. M. Bulkley, who
has Iven abroad for some time; James G. Hamil
ton, -.;;.. retires owing to pressure of other Inter
ests, chief among which is the direction of the beet
sugar factory at Hamilton, Cal., and one other
director. Mr. ■rill is s large stockholder in the
company, as are the firms of which Messrs. Brown
ami Harding ate members.
<;era!d i, Hoyt, of Maitltutd t'oppell A i ". who
; ,. will. It [« understood, upon his
■■. this co intry ! • om< a din f the
company. His Hrm has long been the Di i
• 1 1,. i nlted Btat« - ise of Hu
brecht. Vas \ i-s.-r * Van Harencarspel, "f Hol
land, ■ ■ • ' I the stocks .of the I
t Sue ■ n the Amsti
Rill he 1 • iy's election, the
rrship i-f the new hoard being ratlsl
all |nt< rests in th< I 'HnR the mlnorll >
an A Co. and \.
A. Huusi
RFAORD SALE OF BO\DS.
Steel Corporation Sells Nine Million
Bail road Issue.
The Cniteri States Steel Corporation, it as an
nounced yesterday, nad .-old D.000.f100 Chicago. l^ske
Shore & Eastern Railway Company 4' 3 per cry.i
first mortgage sixty-year gold bond* William A.
Read & Co. This is said to t.e the largest sinxl"
• .i... k of hoi ds of a subsidiary company ever s>>!.l
by the Steel Corporation.
About a month aRo (here was a report that the
corporation had disposed of between O0.(»00.0)0 and
$15,000,000 <>f Its underlying bonds, but this was de
nled by ex-Judge E, 11. Gary, chairman of th*
hoard of directors of he company, who s-aid that
only a smnll amount of bonds of one of the Steel
Corporation's railway companies had heen sold.
Tlv bonds just sold are guaranteed, princi
pal and interest, by the Elgin, Joi!et A- Hasfern
Railroad Company, which is owned by "he Sfel
Corporation, as well ns by the parent company
itself. They are secured by the first and only
mortgage on all the railroad's equipment and «>n
the terminal properties of the corporation at Gary,
Jo'jet am! other "points.
Th« Issue i^ limited I 0 per enl of the •
■ n the property mortgaged, am! the 19,M0.A00
presents :■.• the pioper
: ... -...• lesi than |1S "> OOU
TRACTION SALE OFF.
Metropolitan Foreclosure Proceed
ings Postponed Until November.
J u'!t< Lncombe, In ti e United Statrs Circuit
<*iiurt. I anded do? an order yesterday postponing
until November 13 or later the foreclosure sale of
the Metropolitan Street Railway Company In the
I>r-icfedinKs brought by •■• Guaranty Trust Com
pany as trustee of the company's 112.500.00Q col
luteral trust mortgage 5 per cent bonds, on which
interest has been defaulted In his order Judge
Lacombe said:
Although the derr< of foreclosure and sale In
this suit was entered March 16, the mortgagi lin.s
ko delayed the prosecution of the appeal thai th.
las! day on which* motion could lie made for ;i hear
ing :it the present session of the Court ■•! Appeals
lias passed without fringing tin case to the atten
tlcn of that court. The appeal, then-fore, cannot
he hejtrd before the next t«>r'ii. which opens October
11 Lnder th*- circumstances the sale could not i>»>
made before November 13 The special master will
take the necessary xfp.s to adjourn it accordingly.
This meant) that the «i!i- may be still further
postponed if the peal is not heard by th<- United
States Circuit '•-.'lit of Appeals at the Oetoher
terai. As the k«I»- at the Third Avenue Railroad
Company at foreclosure has been set for September
2, th" committees which have In hand the reorgani
zation of t :.. two local surface traction systems will
liave the entire Bummer to perfect their plans.
FRANCE AIMS AT TRADE HERE.
A New Organization Founded to Develop In
terests in America.
Paris May 17.— Evidence that the commercial
and industrial interests of France are taking a
keener interest In the development ,if the foreign
market for their poods i.- found In the formation
of a new organization here of merchants and busi
ness men, which will devote it«»lf particularly to
the extension of Trench trade in North and South
America. Senator Pierre Baud in, a former Minis
tor, has accepted the presidency. The organization
will, by broad inquiry, keep in touch with the trend
of trade In the Western Hemisphere, particularly
in ihe United States, and will suggest to French
business Interests opportunities to extend their
trade in particular markets.
The movement indicates that the French mer
chants, aroused by the intense competition, will
open an aßSTesslve campaign to keep France well
in the front in the bid for a good share of Ameri
can tracfe.
SPLIT ON ST. LOUIS TERMINAL SUIT.
s - Louis, Mas '-' Dlsasreeins;, two against t\-.>.
on tiie government's suit pi dissolve the Terminal
...i Association of St. Louis, the judges ..f
thf> L'nited States Circuit Court, sitting in Bl Pa il,
tided '.'if caat direct t.> the United' States
Supreme Court. Xotice of the action signed by
.I'i<!^'.--^ Sanborn, Van De venter, Hook and Adams
v.;i« r>-. el\ ed here t"-i! i ■
MUST PLACE WIRES UNDERGROUND
Boston. May St. The lVstal graph Company
will be obliged to place it, wires underground In
Worcester, by tleorep ",'f t!je Supreme Court, an
nounced to-«la>. The decision of ii,.« court order*]
iii-nn- a petition of the company for an Injunc
tion to restrain the city of Worcester from com
pelling the bi'rial of the wires, on the grounl that
the company was ■ foreipn corporation and that
the statute covering the mattes was uacoostltu-
Uunal
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrls- 4:3S[Sunset 7 .'.■< Horn sets' 12: Wi Moon's age 6
HIGH WATER.
r M Hai i lloofc I2:«n Gov. iPlanri J2 •- Hell >]*■- J:«
P.3L— Sandy Hook 12 S3 •:■• Ishu . l:«4.Hfll Oate -..>*
WIRELESS REPORTS.
The Uinn^apolis. reported as 310 miles «st of Sandy
H»nk at 7:.'i«> a m ytsterday. Is expected to dock arwmi
''The a s"avonla. r ■; ■■"• ,as 12 miUs cast oT »»«*'
Hcx.k at nc-.u yest^ria;.. ta expected '■• •''•■- •""' v
m Wednesday.
INCQVING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT. •
Vessel. from. . '-;". - ,
:^;;: jn< ::::::::::^a^: Mi; fvS^S
•Horatlu »;■!!. a; vM- 1. •••• v;. ' ' .',:'.','
•Ka.H«r Wilbelnt IL.Cb*rUnir«. -May I--' » " ward
•Snratoga . Havana. May -"- ; Ward
Manzanlllo Tamplco. May IS ■■ : "j. 1 "
Sicilla l>Khu. :.. May •• ViM,V^d"S2
Ryndam Oouloßnii .May .:■■
Minneapolis Ijunuon. May 13 Atlaut k -Trans
j-'an Giovanni Nap!, s. May 11.. •■ •- - 1 '■* '"
Bremen (.Uerln-urg. May in N « I>>|
i;™',,.,,;. Gibraltar. May I"- n «',^ '>';.
Alain.. Galveston. .Ma, S". :. sivaM^h
City of CMvmbua >H\annaU. May -- B "*™*°
Cai>e Finlsterra Swansea, May It. ei.""pZclflc
El Alba Ualveston. May l'l =o i anne
WEDNESDAY. MAY »
X! I>!m •«a!ve«t»o.- May ■ J*>
Tatnartic l/mdoi. May '- ' "^//uWnib Am
HatavlH Naples. Sta> «. .Austrian
Alice 5 rk Oil Swansea. May M. Iv. Bristol
N«w York'Citj Swansea. Ma> '■•
Tin rsi >AY. May - % t.
.Majestic. . . . ffISSTJ SKfe
•Deutschland ' nerpourg. Mn> -'".',.■•• civ.ie
•Cherokee Turk '•**%£ **> Ilward
A^!^.v.v.-.:/.-V^---- M «, .... ::;;::^' l> - lci!l<J
Antilles. S«« " ' ! ™ a3 —
•i;r!nc» mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
DAY.
Mai! \.ssrt
Ka."^ der F G. lUernrn.^N^ Uoyd^»« I»«J an.
Mn« :>.;;- X ., Bermuda. Ber-Atl....;i2:Wp m ;•"?;;'
Jacksonville. Clyck ......... — .' "P '
Mohawk. Jacksonville. Clyde •■■ „ £
City of Macon. SH^annah. Savannah.. 3:oopm
\\ Ea>XESDAY, MAY 2«.
Mauretania IJverpool. « '"nar.i „ :'.n a m 10:00 a m
-,\^: I s,,- :|| - -
L/!iSk«JSSr i ? ! fedsr: jsss
I'nm'al Galveston. Mallory — l^'oom
Naeces. Tampa, Mallory ~*~
. THURSDAY. MAY
ar3 feiJfPi
..sr«r II • I ristlansand. Scand Am . "-„,,, m
Slr^-SSS; Savant"' Savannah — KiiOpra
He'd' ltalia. Naples. Uoyd-saD
TRANSPACIFIC MAT... s _ iiN^
, . .. I'iose In N>w York.
V: !s«e.i only) \ia Seattle— Kamertc... May 27. 6-JOpm
Hawaii ' lanan Corca and China P *"'
iS3&:-S^-K tV ' a S.n M»n ; M . y2 :Mpfm
J'Sd. «vS Vano-.r and Victoria. I! ■■M,, : ,.,: ; 0; 0 p m
J)a^Vl l '^U S. n U FranVlV,o.-iii.onl«h. . .May 2S. 0:30 p m
j^-xSwa and China (vl. WW-^ 3 . 83 Opm
"•r i - is-Hn-li (via S-an ■ >an ' I"'°)I "'° ) Tun- 5 , 6:30 m
AU KuTuiand. and New Caledonia lyls
Vancouver and Victoria, I! '' " Ma .T, in . n. 6:30 9 m
Tahitt MarquVsaViiianda! N«w 7.ral.ini
SHIPPINO NEWS
Port of New York. Monday, May 24, IM9,
£„.,„„ Rnn^a <T-r) /'our'a.i*. Marseille* May 8 r.r.l
N'a f'« 1! t^Jamea 6iwel| * Co. »tth •'• cbln and
P rt*eraki pa»sen«er, an I rnJs«. Arrived «t the Pur
a!^tJ a ;''. Sand.r (Nor) Hallow!*. Havaoa Ma 18.^
the Went lnlia t=^ Co. with Mi K ar. Arrived at the Bar
"ollimer Marowljn* (Patch), Pryver. rarnmnribo May
ia.andnarb.do. 17. to Fun.h. Fdv. A Co ami the Royal
l>uuh Weal India Mall, 21 pa*sen«*ra. nia;l« and
M^.^.eld, May .0. «,
rhlMp Riprr-ht. In lalla^t. Arrived at the Har at S|l3
Hloro P Honr Kn.it l». Singapore April .T « ..I-i. N' !«.
"oehSi 17. Port Pnll 30 «n-5 Alumni M. I to , unch.
rX. * rvv »lth md» Arrival a, th, P-r«t »*S mm. -
Porto. Ban
■ n'l Port Antot,),, 1J». to th^ L'nited fruit « o. ultl. i ***-
Lord & Taylor
Metis Waistcoats
Absolute Reduction
Fancy Cloth Waistcoats
Spring Colorings.
A large variety ol styles
$2.50,
value %i.^o to 55.00
Broadway & 20th St.; sth Aye.; 19th St.
Amusements.
HIPPODROME mm
Mat. Daily. I. • tesl S.-nts $1. Ev«. 8. -•.'..• to $1 M>
I AST Si'OIITIN«S !»IKI> I BATTLE IN
h - f ' UAVS BALLET I TUG SKIES
WEEK 10 new « IIM t > aits
DDfUnUI*V~ l|iri - !: ■*" ■" "• Tllr Midnight S«n-»
DnUAUHAI \V..l .Sat Drp.lm.v. : »|t;, Mian, lie HliiK.
I VDin Mat« WV'l . Sal . I (iKOI«ii: I AHi » n In
LTnIU I>eo'n I>n>. -IS ! The l.rrul John I.nnt.in.
r^-K^'V- The Blue Mouse f^ii^M.
DALY'S "»-£}^f- THE CLIMAX
Lew I'lrldx' Miild Wnl.. Sal .' i Jf ffrrmn Ps An^rlU
HERALD S(|. I >«■<■' ii Day. - 13 ' I In- lt.-mii» >iiot.
mCl%in Mat». W. i Pnl . MAS. T. POWKKf
tr\slllU p. n Day. 2:10 I in HAVANA.
West End r V v;; ield'-^VT
Majßstic^ v wo,f .; :.:.' ColeXJohnson,,., V, 1 .?.,,,
WALLACK'S Z™> &* ■•»•■ .-> Z%
"ome^ THE GAME OF LOVii
H4METT v-..*: GRACE GEORGE "•'
IIIKATHK. In "A H'ssSSHi's I'linr- .
13 i 1011 Broa«lwoy al 30th. Xlitht. *:30
Dldl\J %J ll.'iOMai Wed lire. Mat. Sat
a «;kmi.em.\x KUO.M Mississipri.
\( \l>i:M\ OF MCSIC. 14th St. and Irving PL
i-^"* 1 I MR. MANTELL *£?£
WEKK I WltC « "1rt1M1LL1j,.,.,,,,,,,..,,.
TO'NlfillT Kins Lear
Price» ■:,:.,! t:. :mii Mi Mais. »t •-'. i:. . ».
Next Week «••>! lir.ltN and MAKI.OWK.
TO-NICHT
TH 1 Al. < HAMI'IOV-llil' MATCHES.
National Bowling Tournament
MADISON SQUALL: GARDEN
1000 IIIMVI ENTERED.
A!)A:ISS1ON SO CENTS.
IPI A"7 A MIMC 11\1.1.. ..!):!, St. and Mad Aye.
_ r»-'r*^«^» Tel. 0132 Pin i>aiiv Hat. lt.c.
] Mt'M.. l>i;i.U A CO., AI-EX < ARK ,t CO orticr*.
(mi nillAl I PAI LINE. Richard i;..|>len a Co.,
UULUIvIfIL i ■;. n«r.= & Bailey, The Great LeiUr,
Mai. Pull;. ..... | jark Wilson Trio. Cleremont'a Circus.
A I HA MRP A "M the Waldorf." n<.iri.rr-Hlnklr A
AUII.I'\Ui\.A ,o> Hawaiian Trio. Th. Outpost."
Slut. I>:illj . He. I Stuart Barn**, Hofy & i.f-f &c.
HVMMEIISTEIVS. Ev»r.!ns» *:13 Dally Matins**
I JO. MX A (Wine, Woman and Sonif). Uert Leslie
A C«a Ellaure bittern, t> othen.
ienger and mdse. Arrived at th» Bar at 9a m.
l!a^ 18. to the Re.l Star Line. •>* 28« cabin and 1.--*
ate«r«Ke psaseagera and ml??. Air:«td at the Bar at
"isLsiSer Crater Hall (Br,. •^"^.^^ST'S.iSiittSs
to Barlx & Co. v.lth mds« in transit. Left yuarantine
at -Tif^>e l r 'Joseph J." Cuneo «or), >asaadt> Port Antonio
May is to th- i'uiipo ln,p..rt!ns Co. wHn 3 r^ssengeu
arci fruit. ArriveJ at the Uar at . am. rnnr< , v
Steamer Co-imo. K«s.«. Maya K un May "• C ?, < J, '
Asuu.lilla 15 an.l. .-nn Juan \». to the New or k &*«•'"
Rfco .-s Co, with 14.-5 ,««j»nK€is. mails and m<l?e. A^rl^e<l
at^l m^ fl,;i^na a !?i. , OS*. C*rd«a. May 14 .ml
Matanzaa 1- to the Munson Ss I.lnr. with sugar. A..,
at -Na^l a r r He4e a ru"''.aer». DalHorf. Hamburit May 11. to
1-W "Ttup," i^ Z ba.; ; . S .. Arriv.,l at .the I*r at^ a«j
and I'ificp Arrived at the Bai at S(' m. .. ■»•«-.
Steam Vh^nn.ak,.. Delano. lia.timore. to the N*»
York an.l BaUiroore Transportation Us* with **•*■
U-ft (juarantino at 2:13 a m_ v-«.n4>rt News «n.l
N"..rf..lk. to th- Old Dominion >» «o. with nv.ae. i^i
. ...;•„;,—
Arrived «t tbe Bst at 7:30 a "• krm»a Sssj 1-".
SS HeL .<>,, ■-„ '<»"-■■ M*-'--"•M * -'--"•
Shi«-Ms 11. to PbHlp r.uprecM. In ta.laM. Am
•««■ .^,, r , ..„.,,.,
„, - „. with md»« Arrrw* sa
;" H K"-,.;;;^."."i,SV".»TmA.. "^^h^ » ■»»»»-
Sa^riss th^j:^^-^ -. !h -.,
V.pht l.r-ezo: clear; llKht sea.
SAII.KI.
werp
1 STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED."
Ilavr» May 21— PHna Willeni II <I>ut<-h>. New York v la
BhaShaVM.; =4-Koranna ■!",. Sew York »*. Ma«apSf«
Fvan." 1 "Tw^siuy 24-Vtar of Sco.lan.l •»>• New Tr,r,c
"v Pt vimint. C V. and Melbourne.
Hull May 23 — Burhtlo (Br). New "i orK.
■ M
via Plymouth an.l «*hernniirß. N>w Vnrk vl. N.;
. • May 2« Colsssbla «Br». >'•* Tort yta J
5a c. H. Is "-v IB" "^
mS3£2?5& 2 i-Kr«.prln;e..ln -,ti ,iun Sew
rg May 24 Krooprlnacsviti - ' w
Y.Tk vi* Plymouth for nrem-n
gi&ss Maj 24 MisTtania ißtt, TO S3 Sftife
Mon'nlli'n '"lav -J2-Af.un.lon Lsmaatji '>■ N-»
York f.-r I.a I'lata. ate
SAILED
Palermo. Ma: 19— Pa«ra« (Greak). from Patras for New
GibraUar. May 24— -Neckar tGer». from Genoa af Naples
for New York. . .
lon-i'-n May 2*— Corf* rattle IBi New TorK
N. Dies' May 21' — America iltiU. tor New crk^ _,
Cherbouric. May prim Friedrlch U'llbelm iGer froia
•lamp'on f«r Sew Yorfc
Port "Natal" May "2-I'r<>iz I^el (Fri. frcm New Tort \1»
St Vincent. '* V. and PhanKhai
Tara May 22— Punsian iSlrl. Sew Tort
Pouthamptnn. May 24-rre,id.nt ÜBeola (^-tk ftom
HamburK and r.oulf.Kne for New Yort
Wo ,1, Janeiro. May 23 r Voltalw ■"- .New \ork.
Hull. May 2.l— ldaho (Bri N'-v York
PASSED.
ctt.ralra- May 22— Rauenfels if>r<. Calcutta ' ■"■' '*
*ml.c. ria Malt*, for torton and New York.
<;thra!tar. May SJ.-i"u>ahora |Br>. Xe-w Tork for Bom-
Pciilv Ma: 23 LOCOS* K-rf? (C.er.. New York for —I
I>».utp. lilart-1 lG«r>. <tanV>. New for . m
r»rani ißn New Y«">rV for Antwerp
mitt "f I^-'". May U2-\Mllkomen (Ger>. New v *
reriiii May 24 — P«'r» <•»»'• <Br>. Tas^stma Hlr*^
H«ni K«n». Stasjapore an.! Colombo, for Boston and
New Tork.
Amusements.
•THE LAMBS*
STAR GAMBOL
111. UK (JIVES AT I UK
ACADEMY ? MUSIC
'WyWhi\i(W7"W nocKWEio. place
BROOKLYN v '-akatette .we
*-»-B.^V^ VriaLaLJ M. 1^ PHONE OMO Prospect
WEDNESDAY AFT., $??£&
PRICES^ $1 •.. x:, Tak» Subway
la Nevln« til or Atlantic Aye.
AERIAL GARDENS <>v»r .\>» Amsterdam
OrEXS MOX.. MAY SI. S^iitii Thur«.
BIARI£ DnESSLtn the i«>y iriiK i.uji
NIHIIIC LI /iCOOIXn i iik h<»v « m eon
I IQrQTU I 'II MXX i_ ■•! St •• " r «■«•«>•. Kve». •»:."!»
LIDLnI I Mall \\><i.. Sat. and |.r... ration l>.-,v. 2:1.-\
FKEDERIC THOMPSON annountes
ROBERT MILLIARD
tn Pwrter Eminoa nro«nr'« riuy.
"A FOOL THERE WAS '
A Stmtllnir Drama of Thlnss as Th^y Are.
PAICTV TIIKATRK. 4»ith St.. Riray. Xv M .. S;3o
UAItl I Matins. W.-.i . Sat & Decoration Day
J. E. DODSON^.'.'.'r.r.
kllnK I'omedy bj .1. HAH
ACTOR B'way. »:.;h St. Ere. at S:1.1 MattiMMa '
t\.^t.\Jf\ W.-.l ami , Sat. '.V.-.l Mat. r.Oc.-»1.3o.
Kxtra Matinee Decoration Dsjr. Ma 31
SCUSS.™ WM. HODGE
of th. Century. the MAN FROM HOME
JOE WEBER'S S?3!?;-®&g5Si«KWt
THE GIRL FROM RECTOR'S
STHE BEI.ASCO X -44th St..nr. ri'iiar. Kv.HMO.
T I V V K8 A v r I Mats. Tl-ur* and Sat . J 13.
Last - Weeks—Extra Matinee Decoration Day
DAVID HKI.ASH.U i In
preaenta J EUGENE WALTER'S
FRANCES STARR I Ttir r CstK<T r 'ir\T
B£USCU g.ffa S?S££ Going Some
BLANEY'S LINCOLN SQ. SS"SI
Eve. 8:15- Bargain Mats. Turn. Thura. and Sat . ...-^oc
Special Uarcraln Matin** Pet-nration r>a>. -■"."('
FOLLIES OF the DAY
C" r* C* HI WORM* IN WAX. GYPS* MUSIC.
& Lit HI tI>KMATOCR.U*H Every Hoar
aistt I Fotofon* "LUCIA" — Caruto-StmbrlcU.
It has never been our policy to
shave Values close, though we often
shave Prices.
Thanks to the volume of our busi
ness we can still our friends tl*
generous values years have taught
them to expect from us -even though
wool and its manufactures art still
advancing in cost.
This is true even in our most mod
erately priced suits — from $18 to s2s,
as wejl as in the suits of more expen
sive fabrics. ■*■
While from top to bottom of the list
troes our time-honored guarantee of
all wool and fast colors, and satisfac
tion to your satisfaction.
Spring and Summer mixture suits,
.$lB to $42. .
Vestless suits, $15 to $30.
Outside the regular stiff straw hats,
and the "Victor Jay" straws from
London, this season is marked for its
many "neglige straws.''
Panamas, Maekinaws with wide
brim and the pencil curl."" Leghorns
and Bangkoks.
All kinds of comfort.
Twenty-fire styles of Summer un
derwear in "athletic" style—Ane
less shirts and knee drawers.
To-day 3000 silk string ties—the
bat-wing shape.
All sorts of silks, all sorts of pat
terns.
All .jOc. quality, except some better
2.5 c.
Rogers Pf.f.t & Com paw.
Three Broadway Stores.
258 842 13Gf
at at at
Warren st. 13th st. 34th st,
f 1
BUY BY THE MARK.
l|Wls£(tbNGEfl
Housefurnishlng
Warerooms
i ITstaMishe 1 I<3.'.>.
KVKRY THIN-; NECESSAKT CM
Kltihf-n. Laundry. Din ins K'** l^. Li
brary. Pantry. Halls. Hath ami Stable;
Cutlery, Cooking Utensils. China ana
Glass, Houserieanlng Article*
130 & 132 West 42d Street
CUDIDC TIIKATUK. n*»«y. 4»th«. Eve»:»
tlJlr Matinees WV.I. an.l Sat. a: -■■'■
l.a.xt 'J W. ■<-!*!« jirior t^. J,>.m „f \ro a: H3r\ar4
MAUDE ADAMS,
uaHHIGX s "«h St .nf ar -Broadway. B»**~J
UrinniUi\ Mata Snt & iv^rarion Pay. --=■
-The stamlnrd fare* of th.- .lay."— >llob*.
WM. COLLJER.k,:, 11
KMCKKRIIIK'KKK. ir»*r. S<th St. Jlatine^ Sat
THE GAI9Y SHOP 'SrjggL.
CRITERION
elsieJ^jaw i is \tmJj?™
ELSIE JAMIS >
LYCEUM j:t^»J:i:^
LAST 13 TIMES.
Eleanor ROBSOW T " T o^^ogj
UIIROn'4 West 44th St.. E. of B"»av. BjfcJJjj
HUUbUiI Matm^« We* •»^2£-J~»?
THE THIRD DtGREE
I love my Coney Island,
but oh. you
DREAMLAND!
Eter.Tthins »w li.it the O.*s»- <-
LEY MANNERS
LUNA PARK
GONEY SSUND'S SROADWAT
ALL OPEN 7 DAYS k WEEK. __
RACINC
BELMONT PARK
M.y 13. 15. 1«. -JO. 8.58.1 3! "**»* l -
Trains MM E».,t 34th s-tr^t 1 I. M. an '. J * *a !•'*
Special iar for Turf anj FlrtU Club »' e: ':J'' ? -* y Qa
train. Leave Flatbu.h liMM »-'•« *** 1 .^,.\, y. 4*l
Saturday utra train will le»\« C 3V.i» at. l.*J r- •»•
Fls'huah Avt. l.tS P. M.
Amusements.
The Turf.

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