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'phone hearing; . ■ ; Peculiar Stock Transfer Tcsti- j lied to at Cleveland. Cleveland.' Dec. 35.— 0n the day that hear ing of minority stockholder*' suits against j the United States Telephone Company (in- | rfepeedcrst) began, and six wreks after the j *tl« of the. stock to Eastern interests, six j iirectOTß of th«- company received one share i »*aea, according •«. testimony taken in a ' deposition hearlnc here to-day. 1 The transfer, it was testified, wa? made j i ,-der the. direction of President F. H. Goff j of the Cleveland Trust Company, who ne- i gotiaie«l the wile to R. U Day & Co.. . tgcrts for J. P. Morgan & Co. Books pro- j dueed.by E. E. Kewman. assistant trust j e.fJJe<?r of the Cle^•eland Trust Company, 1 t t owed that a block of thirty-five fbar«s of the telephone stock was divided among i the Fix director* and President Goff. the latter petting twenty-nine of the shares and the directors the rest. The books failed to show that any of the directors had re- j ceipted for the stock. ; On th* farn» day, according to the evi «ser.r«. os' hundred shares of Ftock were j transferred to each of five voting trustees. I Tr.»» trust agreement under which these ; • '• held efflce provided that should any of them at any time own less than one hun- ■ «!r»d shares, his B'MMMMmP should cea*e i forthwith- Tt is the contention of H. B. [ XeCrraw. counsel for the minority stock- j bolflcrr, that in care a lapse of ownership ! 1s proved the director* and trustees afreet- ' cd ar*- a!tfie«! from service. The di- • rect o - sir ■ the transfer mentioned hav«> ; ■red* a sweeping readjustment of long- i distance rates in Ohio. T ET^ MORGAS LIKE? Belirccd To Be Purchaser of \ West Virginia 'Phones. Columbus. Ohio. De< *'•— "W. Eacli yvM. s*creu.rj- and treasurer of the Co!um- • r>us Si.vir.gs and Trust Companr, returned ' •to-day from New York, ""here h* opposited ; in the Trcrt Company of America th»- ron tT!!lng interest in the common and pr* ■frrrpd Ftr.cks of the Charleston <W. Va.) ■. Ifcsce Telephone Company. J. r Morgan 61 Co.. who recently bought . Oh;o, Michigan Indiana lndpp^ndeni \ t»lepJ:crie plant.-., are beUeycd to be the pur- : charrrt of thc-Charleston plant. CHILIAN CABINET RESIGNS. Santiago •• Chili. Dec y.— The Cabinet ! formed on September "'. with Ismael To- I .-"real as Frfrcicr arid Minister of the In- . tenor, resigned to-day. Yesterday's Piano Sale Was the Best Ever \ A steady stream of people laid hands on what they wanted, and if the day had been 1 fen- hours longer we would not have had one left. • There Still Remain of the 249 But Fifty-nine which are -to be sold today. The list is below. It will be seen that some pianos of the best makers are still to be had. It Certainly Is a Piano Opportunity \ and the proof is in the sale of 190 pianos in one short day. We shall not have another such sale for several months, when another lot^of used pianos accumulates in the regular way. Whoever is thinking of pretting" a piano should look at the oD to be sold today. Some persons may think the best have gone, but it is not so. Three of the lot to be offered are varnish checked instruments from the regular stock that arc very desirable at the new low prices. You Can Be Sure to Have Your Piano Delivered by Christmas Morning f A *■ That important fart we have arranged for. and if you desire, the instrument "*. can be brought to your home on Christmas eve, and possibly, if it is not too far away, on Christmas morning itself. The First Payment May Be Deferred Until After the Holidays Terms can be made to suit your convenience, and small payments arranged r at regular intervals — any terms within reason. Sale is being held in the Third .Gallery, New Building. Knabe Upright Pianos Tntxatily New Knar* Upright $500 $295 Knabe Upright 500 310 Knabe Upright 600 435 Knabe Upright - 95G 695 Knabe Grand Pianos Knabr Parlor Grand $1,050 $385 Knabe Concert Grand MOO 475 Knab« Parlor Grand 850 675 Knabe Parlor Grand 950 695 Emerson Grand Pianos Emerson Grand Piano $600 ' $495 Schomacker Grand Pianos Ismnl" ??ew Scnomackrr Grand Piano $650 " $550 Miscellaneous Grands MM Koir Raven &' Bacon Grand $600 $475 George Steck Grand 800 225 Decker Bros.. Grand 700 235 Weber Grand 850 325 Knabe- Angelus Formerly N«?» Knabe-Angelus. each $1,050 $875 Knabc-Angelus. each 950 750 Miscellaneous Upright Pianos yormwly Nrw New England Upright 250 135 Needham Upright 300 135 Stone Upright . % . 250 135 Raven & Bacon Upright 300 235 Morgan & Sons Upright 700 345 Doll "Upright 285 14S Wissncr Upright 350 145 New England Upright . .275 145 Buddie Upright , 275 145 Beethoven Upright 300 1 75 Schubert Upright 275 155 New England Upright 275 150 Peek & Sons Upright 350 150 Leicht Upright 275 160 Wellington Upright 275 170 Monarch Upright 300 165 Welters Upright . 200 165 Echr Eros.. Upright 250 105 Kitt Upright 300 175 Duerk Upright 300 195 Hallet & Daris Upright ... <S0 195 Juleg Upright 300 ■ 19S Strck Upright 400 215 Schleicher Upright 350 Iff Hallet Sr Davis Upright 400 195 George Steck *• Co 450 245 Crown Upright 400 265 Miscellaneous Square Pianos Missel! & Co., Square |20 Manhattan Square 30 Gordon Square-. , \. 35 Schuler Square • . 35 JOHN WANAMAKER Formeriv A T Stewart & Co.. Broadway. Fourth Avenue. Eighth to Tenth st" ALABAMA MACE RIOT One of Four Negro Druthers Killed— Four Whites Shot. Magnolia. Ala.. Dec. Si.— Magnolia .was qu»et to-night, following a day of 'intense, excitement, ivtth much bitter iMMMg mani fested between Whites and l>lacks«. A com pany of militia waa ordered to Mapnolia to-night but the order was countermanded later. Ernest Fiade. one of four white men shot by Clinton Montgomery, ■ des perate negro, is fatally Injured, and his death, expected at any time, may cause the race hatred to burst forth anew. Ctlntt>n Montgomery's charred body lies in the ruins of a negro hut near the town as a result of a visit by a mob of citizens to-day. Pri«rer and Shelly Montgomery, brothers of the dead r.egro, barely escaped lynching early to-day, after the Sheriff «1 Marcneo County had captured them. They were, placed in the Unden jail later for safe keeping. Search continues to-night for William Montgomery, another of the four brother.-, whose alMjai murder lat on Saturday night of Algernon I>?wis, a young white man, caused the trouble. Nearly every neyro resident left Magnolia to-day. Th' whites are all armed. Clinton Montgomery and several other ne groes were found to-day barricaded in a house, which was at once surrounded by white men. Fearing tor their lives. Mont jrolierv's companions surrendered. Mont pomery fastened the door and defied ar rest. On»- of his negro companions «mi th*n forf«?o to set fire to the house. When the building was enveloped in smoke Mcnt goniTy threw open a window and cpesje4 tire on the attackers with a magazine shot gun- Ernest Flade fell mortally wounded, his face and body filled with root. N. G. Carl ton. Tom Shields and William I utmii were also wotindefl, though not curiously. A fusillade struck Montgomery as lie wae attempting to leave the house. His body «M ridded -with 'bullets and was consumed in the burning building. ILLINOIS TROOPS HELD READY. N««irro "Was Said to Have Confessed Shooting Car's Crew. St. Louis. Dee 20— Eight companies of militia wen ready to start for Belleville, 111., to-night, end Sheriff Cashel was wait- Ing at the St. i'i»lr County jail wjth a heavily armed force of deputies. Rumors that an attack was to be made upon the Belleville jail, ■ which is "Will"' Clark, a negro s\iEpecfed of nhooting two Ptreetcar employee la East St. L«ui« on Saturday night, caused the preparation- for at emergency. The .Sheriff asked Governor ! "ri'»r to Emerson Pianos Emerson Upright $450 ' $225 Emerson Upright f . % . . . 450 265 Miscellaneous Players 6 Pianolas, each $250 $65 Cecilian Player 250 65 Bell Player 250 65 Simplex Player 250 65 2 Apollo Players, each 250 65 Needharn Player 250 65 Aeolian Organ §00 150 Chickering Grands Checkering Parlor Grand $ 850 $165 2 Chickering Concert Grands, each 1000 175 Checkering Concert Grand 1000 225 Chickering Parlor Grand . 850 325 Chickering Parlor Grand -. 850 350 Chickering Baby Grand 800 550 Chickering Baby Grand 650 625 Chickering Baby Grand 800 650 Chickering Parlor Grand 850 695 Special Uprights Cable Upright ■■■■■■.■■ ff $ 500 ' %US Smith & Barnes Upright 350 175 Armstrong Upright Piano .....'. 275 210 Foster Upright 300 2 J5 Vosc & Sons Upright reduced to 235 Angelus Angelas $ 300 $ 2 65 Angelus : 250 125 4 Angrlus, each 275 13s Angelus 30 0 235 Angclus 300 ,45, 45 Schomacker Pianos Schomacker Upright Vs3sV $350 "'' $195 Schomacker Upright 3.50 •>'f ) 4 Schomackrr Uprights, each iqo 310 11 Schomacker Uprights, each 425 325 ? Schomacker Uprights, each 400 350 Chickering Uprights Chickcrmg Upright . . : j 4nr , y iJJI Chickering Uprights, each 350 245 Kurtzman Upright Piano 1 Kurtzman Uprights, reduced la *-> 5 s Kwtsmm Upright, reduced to " %f,l Kurtrman Upright, reduced to ....'...'. 235 Vose & Sons Upright Pianos 2 Vo»€ * Sons Uprights, reduced to . « -«. 3 Vose & Sons Uprights, reduced tp \wi Vosc I Sons Uprights, reduced to 335 J. C. Campbell Upright Pianos Campbell Uprights, each 's'lVs s?« Campbell Uprights, each V\. ;," 2 10 *j" vnv-vonK DAIU rnißrNi:. tTESDAT pecembeb 21. Ims, order th« troops in readlne?* when reports reached him that friends of tn.- i:*M M 1-ouiM men wrre plannttiK a desoont upon netle\llle. firteen miles ■*•■>• In Ea*t i=t- Louis tliero was litil* to-nlplit to tndicnip that the warlike preparations were jieedcd. Friends and fellow employes of K. V, Goudry. the nft>torman. who •«•*» kl'.l«*d. and M. r O'Brien. th- conductor, who was seriously wounded, were outf poken in their condemnation of the n»-Rr.. especially oftrr it »a» reported that Clark had confessed. A denial of the confession dUpelied the evidences of mob rpirtt. Sheriff Caswell. of St. Clalr County, told Govrrnor IVnern over the telephone that he had twelve riot funs and would u?e them if necessary. The prisoner ■ twenty-tmo years eld. He has served three years In the romiui- ■•■ form School Me Had »l in bis pocket and SIS in his MM He was arrested in Ea«t St. Louis last night, and Idcntifled by O'Brien, ARKANSAS CLASH FEARED I Shooting of Negro in His Cell Stirs • the Racr Little Rock. Ark.. Dec 20.— Following the ] shootlnr to death in his o*ll. a! Deytfs ! Bluff. Ark.. laM nijtbt of <">orge Ball*". a nepro. by a mob and the - --ins in pro test to-day of a number of nesroes. ■ clash between in* mm at that point is not "i ' probable, according to I dispatch rec«iv*d ■ to-night. DINNER FOR THOMAS A EPISON. Moving Picture, Men Do Honor to In ventor Who Has Helped Them. - MM A BSMM was the PBMI •*■* ntsht at a dinner at the F\**» Hotel of th" , Licensed Manufacturers mml Importers of Movinp Picture*. Tin completion of the ' flrtt year of v* * arj9ng th* moving pict^ ! tire manufacturers after years of costly ': litigation »at p«?)r«"l upon bp a flttinp tlm* ! to express to the In renter the appreciation of th- peop> enlaced In th* Mi V: -■• °f his irventive and ht? fervire? to ' th»lr Industry. Mr. Edison ha? refrained for ■*"""' firora attfndlnf; dtnntrp Of anr Kind. b'Jt on thtl i •ccai lie •was induced to break hi? rui*. 1 As the hour for the dhmer appr^ach^d 1 hts associates went to Join him, to ac company him to New York, but th»v tjmni ■ him busy with dravinr* ln llls l*6orator> ' in T^ . «, Crane* and realized that he had I forpotten all about the affair. He- -top i hustled in an automobile to N*»- York. ! Ti-herr s movinc picture film at himself and th» mieste of th^ fvenlnK •"■•as- made. Before the dinner 1 J. ■•■■•St. of the -Eiopraph Company. on ( behalf of the assem- MM cii'-ftf. pave M- BUM » eilver tr« phy. ftandlns n inches high and weishtns i about one thousand ounces. ■• Bid I ITU ST. BLAZE Stubborn Loft Fire Subdued After Three Hours Fight. A fire which afforded .1 splendid spec tncle for an immense crowd and brou«-ht Chief Oroker to the *cene. destroyed th soven Ktory loft bulKitnjr at No. IX: to IS". West llth street at Mi o'clock yesterday n-rrninp. Great clouds of dense, black smoke hung like a pall over the entire neighborhood, anil through It! murty depths rushed forth men and women froi;-; the Ba!vatl«n Army headquarters, at No. 1?) to 124. who had been routed from their l*<ds on the top floor by '.he Invading fire man. No. one was Injured. The fir*» rtarted on the fourth, floor It Is 1 <■'(»" ■•■■] and t"*nn nte its *ay throueh the next floor, and up to the roof. When •'Sir' Croker arrived "Ti the scene ho turned In a second alarm and summoned two htch pressure •ajHWA Py using MM to create a wall of water adjoining r>u!M inr? were saved. At one time, when the men were T>a«Mnr aM the ncrr* gusts of whit», hot flame from the Inside of th» building. Chief Croker ordered them all out M the street. Ills Judgment vns proved a few seconds later, when the •wall* of the two upper floors fell inward with a deafening crash. Th» building was occupied chiefly by manufacturing companies." and the loss to these was estimated at Jl3>.o<V>. The fire was subdued after a fight of thr" hours. Wmiatn H Cox. editor of «n the. Salva tion Arm— publir»tien«, who«»; t-iflV • was badly damaged by water, sent out an ap real to the public, in which h- said th;-' the training college had been badly dam aged by water and that most of the stu dents had lost a!: thetr personal property. He asks that the- public aid th» army in its work by dropping their coins in the army kettles flared in the atm NEGRO LYNCHED IN TEXAS. Rosebud. Tex.. Dee r — Coke Mills, a n»«rro. who shot and fatal:" wounded Cl»v MarFha! Williams to-day, was taken from Jail by a mob to-nifht and lynched. Store Ready at 8:15 A M. — Not Open Evening* > j» j» Directly on the Interhorough Subway Eight Car Lines Each Way to Store i o4t Pie«sp Shor* at Early •• Thin Mnrnlnj: Pl c axe Cnrrjf Small. Parcel* Service Counts Now! We have planned so far as lies in our power to give the utmost service to last-minute shoppers. This store is not open evenings, of course, but at 8:15 in the morning even* one is in his or her place, and we are ready to serve you. More shopping can be accomplished in a given time and with l^ss inconvenience from crowds than in the busier after noon hours. We Are Splendidly Prepared For All Demands That May Come First: We liavr brought down all our reserves of fine mer chnndis< in Mh buildings, so there is still ample to choose from. Our srlliiig and delivery forces ha^c been augmented — our people are keen and alert. Third: ( >ur Hevator Krrice has been unproved n we can handle larji* numbers of people— but probably th^ quicker ■erriec can be had at the Broadway side r kvators of the Xc* Building and those ;it Aator Place Thes? connect with all floors of the New Building and Bridges to Old Building. Fourth : Small parcels which people are to take with them are trapped promptly — sn there tnav be a* little delay as possible. Fifth: i >ur deli* erics promise that they can properly care for all business up to C hnstmas Eve — even in the large things like furniture and pianos. These Specialized Stores Will Be Found a Great Convenience ( ( These things which so Jewelry. Books i many choose at this season are "- — on the Main floor. Old Build- ] ing. Things for '' ' le clltirr Main floor of o "VTot-i Hie New Building is a complete a iXian .men's store. c 'ii 01 Lots sold — more than ever otlll Plenty in our history — but remember of Toys this is an all-the-year-round ; ; Toy Store. Basement, New Building, just in from the Subway Station. j :-— — j For the smaller gifts right > Special Gift Fables at the head of the Stair, Old ' Building. — _ — More and more people Gifts for the Home even- day are taking advantage ~~ of the many sensible gift sug gestions in the seven Galleries of the New Building. And for Those Who Want an Umbrella Here Is a Special Sale! A makers final Christmas disposal, several thousand umbrellas all told. Handles of btautiful carved Japanese ivory, etched sterling silver, rote gold plate on silver, pearl with silver deposited decora tions. Pimento wood, stag horn, natural wood— such handles and silk as would usually be found in $3 to $15 qualities At $2. silk % umbrella* for men and women Natural wood handles. At $2.50. silk umbrellas for women; union taffeta for meji. At $3. $5 and $6 75. silk umbrellas for men and women, con servative, fancy and highly artistic handle* Mam Floor. Old Bwldmg STRIKE AT I' OF P Veterinary Students Wanted a linger Vacation. [Kr T«Uf rarh to Th« Tr!ttin».J Philadelphia. Dec. '20.— After complain- Ing by petition of the shortness of the Christmas varatlon. and, It Is said, with out waiting for action by the faculty, several classes of the University of Pennsylvania, including the- entire vet erinary department, took French leave on Saturday and this morning failed to appear at the time for the calling of the repulur classes. A week apo the veterinary students prwr ■ *"\ their petition to the faculty requesting a long period away from studies. The faculty replied that It could not give an answer then, as it had no time to consider the request. To-day there wer* no members of any of the freshman. Junior or senior clauses prenent. anil there were no studies. About (Mr hundred students *?rm ab sent. EIGHT STUDENTS EXPELLED Gambled to See Who Would Take Ice Bath at Trinity, N. C run-ham. N. C D*e. 30.-Eljrht students »»-r«» «>xpelle<l from Trinity College to-day. Trinity has b»en free frcm hazing many jtnrs, hut last night aeven >»©■> cast Mi •with a freshman to rev which was to plung* into a cold water tank. The fresh man ion. and was --aught in th« act of pi ink- the forfeit by the faculty. The youn« m«n pleaded not guilty '' hazlntr. but Pr»iident Kilgo declared them guilty of rambling, and the freshman was charged with Indecent exposure. All were dismissed. President KHfp e-f Trinity takes I«su* • ith Pr Eliot, of Harvard, as Ml "college self-gov«rnm?nt." declarinc th» average. Tll»a» rould not h* gm-erned without th» strictest rurrelllanc* of the faculty and that £■> per cent of the students ef MM country -> unfit to b* In th» colleges, largely on account of the. Immoral Indul gence? of parents. J v, York. December 21, !°O<J A. T. Stewart ft Co. I RRESTS (ll.il I lI.VK. .1/r*. W. K. Vandcrbilt Was in Speeding Car. Without th« slightest idea that In the automobile he was pursuing through Central Park yesterday afternoon Mr». William K. Vanderbllt and her young daufhtcr ware, ridlnr. Bicycle Patrolman ■ -man hum behind the car until It drew up in front of St. Luke Hospital, where he placed the chauffeur under ar rest. Why. I am used to riding in autos and I am sure we were not exceeding the speed limit." raid Mrs. VanderbUt. "I am simply doJuc my duty, madam," replied Colcman, "and I am •orry to Inconvenience you; but I timed your car on the "West Drive and it was poinpr at the rate of twrnty miles an hour." Mrs. Vanderbllt then disclosed her identity and Coleman replied: "That mallei my task all the harder, Kit 1 must take your chauffeur to the station. You can fend some one to ball him out." Mm. Vandrrbilt thanked the officer and later Macintrate Herbert accepted ?VX> ball for the chauffeur. WILLAUB ESTATZ $2,525,000. Property Left by Washington Hotel Man and Hit Wife Goes to Son. Washington, Dec Ml— Joint estate of Ilenrr A. vriljard. the veteran hotel man. and that of his wife, Psrah Bradley TVU lard, both of whom died recently. Is ap praised at Jt?,s^ In the letter? of probate filed to-dar- H»nry K. Wl!lard. a son. 13 the sole heir ♦*» th* fortune. COLDEST DAY OF THIS. WINTER. The coldest day of this winter went on the official record of th* "Weather Bureau yes terday, when »h« thermometer got down to 50 degrees abov» rero. On the correspond ing day of last year MM minimum tem perature was 13 d*»cr«?es higher TVhll* th** day - as cold, the temperature was There \m|| he much helpful information Tonight in the vVanamaker New* in the Evening Tele gram. Evening Mail, Evening Post and Brook lyn standard-l nion. Please ( "arrit Small Parrel* Service Counts Now! We have planned so far as Im»s in our power to ~rre the utmost service to last-minute shoppers. This store is not open evenings, of course, but at 8; 15 in the morning every one is in his or her place, and ire are ready t'> serve you. More shopping can be accomplished in a sriven time and with less inconvenience from crowds than in the busier after noon hours. We Are Splendidly Prepared For All Demands That May Come Firgt: We have brought down all our reserves of fine mer chandise in both buildings, so there is still ample to choose from. Second: Our selling and delivery forces have been augmented — our people are keen and alert. Thtrd: Our elevator sen-ice has been improved so we can handle large numbers of people — but probably the quicker service can be had at the Broadway side elevators of the New Buildinc and those at Astor Place. These connect with all floors of the New Building and Bridges to Old Building. Fourth: Small parcels which people are to take with them are wrapped promptly— so there may be as little delay as possible. Fifth: Our deliveries promise that they can properly care for all business up to Christmas Eve— even in the large things like furniture and pianos. These Specialized Stores Will Be Found a Great Convenience I 7~ ~. ~ " These things which m Jewelry, BOOKS ; many choose at this season are ~~ on the 3 lain floor, Old Build — , ing. Things for T^ c entire Main floor of a Man ie *ew Ul^i |n g is ■ complete ;—; — 1 men's store. ~~~ <£i^ll PI ~ ~~ Lots sold — more than ever &tlll Plenty in our history— but remember | <" JOYS this is an all-the-ycar-round « -ij- ] ~ " " Toy tore. Basement, New Building, just in from the Subway Station. I . , ,->,.- ~ , . 1 For the smaller irifts ricrht Special Cjift Tables |at the head of the stair. Old " Building. | r " — i -r More and more people 1 lilttS for the Home ' every day arc taking advantage ~~ " " Jof the many sensible gift sug gestions in the seven Galleries of the Xcw Building. And for Those Who Want an Umbrella Here la i Special Sale! A maker's final Christmas disposal, several thousand umbrellas all told. Handles of beautiful carved Japanese ivory, etched sterling silver, rose gold plate on silver, pearl with silver" deposited decora tions. Pimento wood, stag horn, natural wood— handles and silk a 5a 5 would usually be found in $3 to $15 qualities, hand! * $?. silk umbrellas for men and women Natural wood handles a! .|*- 5 J'_ Bilk J u " ibre for women; union taffeta for men. «*™,»- * 3 : 5S and $6.75. silk umbrellas for men and women; con servative, fancy and highly artistic handles. Main Floor, Old Building. Broadway, Fourth aye., Eif hth to Tenth Sta. AN I^JPECtAL, exhibit; i CUizWJzmxtry Twelfth") AT THE Madison Art Gaijery V>os Madison Avcnno B«tw<»»n 41»t * 42fl S?s. PAINTINGS BT J. 11. TVVACHTHAN* WM, M CHA££ THEODORE ROBINSON .1. ALDKX WaVJI CHILDS FIASSUM AND OTHERS t rot disagreeable, for there *v osiy a j moderate wind from the Dort&weat aa€ ; the humidity was not great. Tile fair , weMl will continue to-< Jar. according ta ! the Weather Bureau. BULLET ON A RAMPAGE Penetrates Pigeon Aimed At asd Lodges in Woman's Body. (Pv T«>rras«j to Th« TrTbttSt I Etamford. Conn.. Dec. SV— A buli^ from a ::•>.« handled by John Handel, th* ponea > ray. did some little harm here ♦-.» «fter noon. Mr. Ilar.del aimed i&e »*io» at a S r!?eon. and the, bullet passed through th« . pigeon' s boil; and lodged in the vt4e af j Mrs George McEihos*. wtio was en bar ba<-lt rtoop •- rar-- o? the .-jb. I .rMKms have not yet located the ballet Mn Mrs. McElhosVs fcodr. out rt>ey as- the veurs'l la not rerious. ORCTAVA'S MAIDEN TRIP. The t'eamsnip Orotava. of tte EO7II i MMI 6t»»m Packet Conspany, arrlvsfi h«r«» yesterday af'er her nrst -xrursi^n to Ber muda. She had bad weather s~ tzs west, ward run. but managed to get rhrmy It ! without loss of time. She left BsrsritJa on Saturday and landed bar puataavr* I yesterday afternoon. The •*»aniah:p r» i eeived % preat rec»ptl~c on her first trip ! to the islands. Governor General Walt«r Kitchener, brother of Lord '^MMar. made an ofSaal call on tee sewcorser aid sat at dinner in the chair occupied by Lord : Kitchen-r when he returned to England ea i the Orotava aft»r the. Boer war.