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BOGUS MONEY TRIAL
FEAR FOR A WITS ESS.
Eight C'orsicaiis and Italians
Up as Counterfeiters.
In the corridors on the fourth floor of
the Federal Building there lurked -yes
terday natives of Corsica. Sicily and other
parts Of Italy. In the Criminal Branch of
th« United States Circuit Court eight of
their friends were on trial before Judge
Ray on charges of counterfeiting and con-
Fpira^y. The atmosphere, of the court/
room was thick and malodorous. There.
«•** no ventilation, and about one hundred
Rnd fifty foroi^ners crowded the small
area.
• I will prove to you that Antonio Comito
was forced, at th« point of a revolver, to
engage in counterfeiting." was the start
ling rejoinder made by Abel I. Smith, As
*iMar;t United States District Attorney,
who Is trying the case, to one of the coun
sel for the prisoners In the course of fen
argument regarding the admission of evi
rence.
Comlto was the, first witness. Before he
was called several hours were spent in the
choice of a jury. Many talesmen were
rejected because of expressed prejudice
toward the accused men. It was soon
afaar the noon recess that the jury box
was filled.
Tr. apaasssj! Bar tJ.e government Mr. Smith
recited charges against the men. who
were Igrazio Lupo. who while under an
eighteen years' sentence in Italy for mur
der escaped to this country, and who
was said to have been in Palermo when
Petrosino was murdered; Gluseppi Morello,
under six years' sentence in the same
country for forger?-; Antonio Cecala, Sal
vatore Clna. Vincenzo Giglio, Gluseppi
TaJlichio, Giuseppi Palermo and Nicolo
■jrlVMtaa- Lupo and Morello were said
to have been the leaders of a large band
engaged in the manufacture and distribu
tion of spurious money.
Mr. Smith said that the men were
charged with having made the counterfeit
bills and coin on an abandoned farm near
Highland. N. Y. About $50,000 in this
spurious money, it was charged, had been
circulated. The headquarters were said
to have been in this city, In East 97th
street, and the principal seizure of the
counterfeit money was made in the home
of L*o!uca Vassi. in Third avenue. Th©
government prosecutor said that he would
prove that each of the indicted men had
participated In the crime.
Mr. Smith has an exhibit, a stiletto with
a -inch blade that is a3 keen as a razor,
which was found on a sofa In Marshal
Henkcl's room after friends of the prison
ers called there a week ago for permits
to see them in the Tombs. There was talk
about a plot to kill somebody, presumably
an informer, but aH none was in the
Federal Building: there was no killing. But
this stiletto caused the Secret Service men
to be very alert yesterday.
They were distributed among the spec
tators in the stifling courtroom and in
the corridors, and there were deputy mar
shals as well to aid in suppressing trouble.
As the Assistant District Attorney pro
ceeded with his opening address the door
way was blocked by swarthy men, and a
few women tried to get in. Mr. Smith told
of the engagement of Oomito by Cecala
to run a printing press, ostensibly in
Philadelphia, the purchase of the plant
and its removal to Highland. Cina and
G<glio lived on the farm up there.
After declaring that he would show
that Lupo and Palermo tried to bribe
P^.-ret Service nr-n to let them go, Mr.
Smith called Comito to the stand. The wit
ness told of his mooting with the accused
men, the purchase of the plant, and as
he went along receipted bill** were pro
duced to substantiate the story. Persons
from whom the press and other thing*
were brought were in the courtroom and
were identified by Comito.
'omito objected to the farm house, he
said. lie told Cina that it was not a
printing house, and Cina asked him to eat
and drink, and not to doubt. A few days
later Cecala appeared with a steel die
and ordered him to print bills from it.
This die was for Canadian $5 bills. The
witness said that lie objected, then de
clared that he did not know how to do
that sort of printing. Cecala said that
he would teach the witness. At this point
court adjourned until this morning.
The band of counterfeiters, after whom
the Secret Service men went about a
year ago, consisted of thirty-six men. Of
1 hat number twenty have been sent to
prison for terms ranging from one year to
Feven years. There are sixteen men under
indictment, of whom eight are on trial.
There was objection by their .counsel.
Caeamr B. F. Barra, Mir&boau 1,. Towns and
William Byrnes, because they were not all
tried at once, but the court refused to in
terfere.
Tt was said yesterday ;hat money had
been raised for the defence among the
Italians of this city, and that the figftt in
behalf of the prisoners would be vigorous
and prolonged. Comito, the first witness,
aim be protected by Secret Service men.
Ar attempt to kill him is feared.
DISAPPEARS FROM STEAMER.
Woman Believed "by Sister to Have
Jumped Off Sound Boat.
On the arrival of the Fall River I>ine
steamer Providence from Providence yes
terday Captain Brightman reported to the
police that Miss Catherine E. Driscoll, a
passenger, of rtoxbury. Mass., had disap
peared on Tuesday night. The woman is
supposed to have jumped overboard.
Mrs. Mary Devine. Miss Driscoll's sister,
was accompanying her on the trip.
Boston, .lan. 25.— Miss Catherine E.
Dri*coll was a daughter of tlu- late Cap
tain M. F. Driscoll, formerly known wide
ly among sailors as owner of Driscoll's
Landing, in Atlantic avenue. She has been
it. poor health and was despondent.
. Mr.-. Mary Devlae. who returned to
night to her home in South Boston, said
that she and Miss DrlaooU \v«:re sitting
in the oabin of the steamer conversing,
when Miss Driscoll excused herself for a
moment and went away. When she failed
to return her sister reported the matter
to dM captain of the boat. Miss Driscoll
was forty years old.
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FUSS OVER PAYROLLS.
City Employes, Under New
Law, May Get 'Money Late.
Much trouble is brewing over tho delay
In making up the city payroll.", due to the
installation of the new system of reports
provided for by the Board of Estimate in
passing tho budget for 1910. In the past
the month^ payrolls — and there are several
thousand of them from the various depart
ment and bureaus— have been sent to the
roller's office not later than the 20th
of the month. This enabled the auditing
and the drawing up of the individual checks
to be done so that the money was in the
hands of the city employes not later than
'lie first or second day of the following
month.
Hut the new system requires that the
head of a department certify in his pay
roil that he has in his possession daily
reports from his men that they have per
formed s>o much work each day of the
month. Naturally the reports for the last
ten days of the month could not he made
out by the 20th. So the Controller called
on the Corporation Counsel to help him out
of his difficulty. Deputy Controller Math
ewson had another lons talk with the Cor
poration Counsel latt night, but the latter
was not ready to hand down his opinion
on the question.
In the mean time the. payrolls are held
up. A few that w«re made up according
to the old custom have been withdrawn.
A* it taken ten days for the rolls to go
through the Controller's office, there is no
chance of the city employes getting any
money before February ID. As many of
them are accustomed to get their pay on
the Ist, there i? likely to be real hardship.
But the Controller sees no way out of it,
as he says he is not authorized to pay any
money out of the 1910 budget except on the
conditions laid down by the Board of Es
timate.
NEW STEAMER READY FOR SEA.
The Bear, Loading for San Francisco,
to Engage in Coastwise Trade There.
The steamship Bear, fresh in her now
paint, lies at Pier 38, North River, ready
to embark on the career of the sea. She
was launched not long ago at Newport
News and is destined for the coastwisa
passenger service between San Francisco
and Portland, Ore. Just now she is load
ing with hardware and general merchan
dise for her trip around the Horn.
The vessel Is of four thousand tons bur
den, the largest boat to enter the coast
vise trade on the Pacific Coast. A sister
fhlp, the Beaver, of the same tonnage, is
now being built at Newport News, also to
carry passengers and freight, but mostly
passengers, between the Golden Gate and
the City of Roses, a trip that takes about
forty-eight hours.
First Officer A. A. Dunning said the B«ar
would make eighteen knots. He and Cap
tain Austin and Chief Engineer Jackson
were sent from San Francisco to take the
steamship home to its owners, the San
Francisco and Portland Steamship Com
pany.
ALDERMAN STUCK IN TAXI.
Wedding Delayed Twelve Minutes Until
F. J. Dotzler Is Pried Loose.
Aldorman Frank J. Potzler, of the 6th
District, weighs nearly four hundred
pounds, a circumstance that delayed the
wedding of his sister, Miss Mamie Dotzler,
and Julius Hoffmeister twelve minutes last
night, wli^n he became wedged in the door
of a taxicab in which he had driven from
his home. I^o. 244 Ka&t 3d street, to the
St. Nicholas Church, in 2d street, near Ave
nue A, where the ceremony was performed.
The Dotzler-Hoffmeistor nuptials were
sure to bring out a large gathering of
East Side celebrities, find they were on
hand, five hundred strong. The latest ar
rivals wore ju.st straggling into the cfaurcb
when the taxicab carrying the best man,
the alderman himself, stopped in front of
the church.
The ceremony was scheduled for •> o'clock,
precisely, hut it was nine minutes later
before the .stout alderman was pried from
his tight position by his fellow members of
the Fat Men's Club, headed by their presi
dent, Peter Balvado. Three minutes later
the ceremony was under way, and at a
late hour the reception was still in
progress.
HALL REPUDIATES CONFESSION.
Alleged Schumacher Murderer Says He
Never Was in Cemetery Before.
Rochester, Jan. 26.— James Hall, the
United States marine, self-accused of the
murder of Anna Schumacher near this city
last August, arrived here in custody of
Sheriff Gillette to-day. He complained bit
terly of his life in the United States navy
and condemned food and treatment. As to
the crime he said: "Wait a day or two;
there will bu something different." This
statement alter his confession at Ports
mouth, N. H., lias ad^dd to the theory that
he is a cunning faker who is trying to
evade his term of imprisonment on a naval
prison ship for fraudulent enlistment. His
story will be carefully sifted by the au
thorities before indictment.
When taken to the. Holy Sepulchre Ceme
tery to-day, in the outskirts of why-h
Anna Schumacher was murdered, Hal! said
that he had never been in the cemetery In
his life.
FOROEPJES AGGREGATE $1,185,000
Expert Accountant Submits Report on
Framingham, Mass., Case.
Framingham, Mass., Jan. 36.— Forgeries
of notes of the town of Framingham
amounting to the sum of |1,155,000, with
$320,000 etill outstanding, were committed
during the last five years, according to
Harvey S. Chase, an expert accountant,
who submitted his report at a special town
meeting to-night.
The circumstances leading up to these
alleged irregularities are expected to be
fully brought out in the trial, which be
gins at Cambridge to-morrow, of John B.
bombard, former treasurer, charged with
forgery of the notes, and Charles S. Cum
mings, a Boston note broker, who has been
indicted on charges of uttering and lar
ceny.
WESTERN ELECTRIC BONDS.
Owing to the heavy subscription to lhe
Western Electric 5 per <:<*ni bonds, the
hooka will be opened and closed "Mffltllta
n.ously this morning at 10 o'clock, at the
office;? of !„<■<■, Higgtoaon & Co.
STOCK EXCHANGE LISTINGS.
The following securities: have been added
to the Stock Exchange list: Three million
five hundred thousand dollars additional
refunding mortgage 4 per cent bonds of
the Chicago. Rook Island & Pacific Hall
way Company; $11,157,600 first preferred
stock, $771,100 second preferred stock and
$15,924,500 common stock of the J'ere. Mar
quette Railroad Company; $6,480,000 col
lateral trust !=< rje :i A 4 per cent coupon
bond.- of the Toledo. Si. Louis & Western
Railroad Company; $3,5G1,40Q additional first
preferred Mock of the United States Rub
ber Company; $158,000 additional Ural mort
gage twenty-five year 6 per cent con
vertible coupon bonds of the Distillers
Securities Corporation; $16,OH),000 additional
capital stock of Wells Fargo & Co.: $2,
500,409 convertible r, p. r c^ nt coupon d.-
bentures of the Philadelphia Company,
and 18,500,000 first lien twenty-year I per
cent sinking fund boiidn of the Inter;
national i-^i'-ain Pump Company.
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BOND BILLS TUT JN
7Y> EQUALIZE TAX.
Secretary Macv cagti s Plan for
Maintaining Parity of Issues.
Washington, Jan. 25.— The administration
measures for modifying the law regarding
the issue of United States bonds and cer
tificates of indebtedness and for fixing the
tax rate on national bank note circulation,
to maintain the parity of the existing 2 per
cent issue of bonds, were submitted to Con
gress to-day by Secretary MacVeagh.
They are designed to remedy conditions
about which there has been much public
discussion and numerous conferences at
the White House. The proposed circula
tion tax act reads:
Be it enacted, etc.. That the. rate of tax
on national bank circulation secured by
bonds of the United States hereafter de
posited, bearing rates of interest greater
than 2 per cent per annum, whether the
particular bonds nave or have not hereto
fore been used to secure circulation, shall
be Increased over the tax on circulation
secured by 2 per cent bonds, one-fourth of
1 per cent each half year for each and
every one-half of. 1 per cent excess over 2
per cent In the rate of interest borne by
such bonds.
The other proposed act, intended to rem
edy defects in the law regarding United
States bond and certificate issues, follows:
Be it enacted, etc.. That any bonds and
certificates of indebtedness of the United
States hereafter issued shall be payable,
principal and Interest, in United States
gold coin of the. present standard of value,
and that any such bonds may be issued in
such denominations as may be prescribed
by the Secretary of the Treasury.
That any certificates of indebtedness
hereafter issued shall be exempt from all
taxes or duties of the United States, as
well as from taxation in any form by or
under state, municipal or local authority:
and that a sum not exceeding one-tenth
of 1 per cent of the amount of any certifi
cates of indebtedness issued is hereby ap
propriated, out of any money in the Treas
ury not otherwise appropriated, to pay the
expenses of preparing, advertising and is
suing the same.
Both bills specify that "all acts or parts
of acts inconsistent with the provisions of
this act are hereby repealed." Secretary
MacVeagh in an accompanying letter says:
The tax on circulation now based on
2 per cent consols of isr.O and 2 p°r
cent Panama Cunal bonds is at the rate
of one-fourth of 1 per cent each half
year upon the average amount of notes
in circulation. The tax on all other is
sues of United States bonds is sit the
rate of one-half of 1 per cent each
half year of the average amount of notes
in circulation.
These, rates operate as a discrimination
against the 5730,'>00.000 of outstanding 2
per cent bonds. As these Jinnds are only
slightly above par, as authority now
exists for the Issue of honds for the con
struction of the Panama Canal to hear n>>
exceeding ?. per cent interest, the issue of
any considerable amount of such new
bonds, which, under the existing law. would
he available as » basis for circulation at
a tax of only 1 per cent per annum, would
cans* them to be considered a much more
desirable investment than the existing -
per cent bonds and would doubtless cause
the 2 per cent bonds to decline in the
market probably .below par.
Tt is exceedingly important that the mar-
Vet value of these •_> por cent honds should
be maintained :it above par. since any de
cline below pnr would probably oblige th.*
Controller of the Currency to' call on the
banks employing such bonds as r ha -is
for circulation to make pjood the. de
ficiency.
Mr. MacVeagh says the authority for
tho Panama Canal bond issue prescribes
that they shall be Issued in denominations
of $100, ?."00 and $1,000. There should
be added authority, he thinks, to issue the
bonds In denominations of $.",000 and
$10,000, otherwise the labor of issuing
registered bonds in large amounts would
be greatly increased.
Provision is made for payment of the
interest on the Panama bonds In S" l( l
coin, htit no such provision is made for
the principal. This omission would render
the bonds liable to be paid in standard
silver dollar?.
The authority to Issue certificates of
indebtedness to meet public expenditures
does not contain the Ufnial provision ex
empting the certificates from taxation, and
there Is no appropriation to meet the ex
pense of preparing nnd issuing the certifi
cates.
DOCTORS LIF
Italian Physician in South Brooklyn
Dies from Elcod Poisoning.
Dr. Nicola Coilora, who w;is well known
for his charitable work among the Italians
in South Brooklyn, died yesterday from
blood poisoning in Seney Hospital. He
was operating on a woman for an abscess
thirteen days ago. when his knif.> flipped
and he cut his l^ft thumb.
Five days ago Dr. Coilora began to feo|
considerable pain in the arm, and then it
began swelling until it reached twice its
normal size. Ke was taken to Seney Hos
pital, but neither the staff Burgeons nor
Dr. Russell Fowler, a specialist, could help
him.
Dr. Coilora was horn in Italy thirty-six
years ago. He leaves a wife, one son and
a daughter.
BETTER B. & 0. FACILITIES.
Promised to Committee of Dissatisfied
West Virginians.
Pal I i more, Jan. 26.— Th* addition of -.>;^
locomotive?, the reconstruction of bridges
1o accommodate the heaviest freight trains.
♦he building of a third track over the
Allegheniea In order to facilitate tbe move
ment of trains, and enlarged switching fa
cilities la the promise made, by President
Daniel Williard of the Baltimore & Ohio
Railroad to the delegation froi.i the Ship
pers 1 league, of West Virginia, which
called upon him to-day relative to what
the visitors declared wji.s Inadequate ser
vice on the part of the railroad company.
CENSUS REPORT ON COTTON.
Washington, Jan. 28.— According t<> a re
port issued by the Census Office to-day, the
total supply of cottoti for the f^ur months
ended December 31 was 10.791, 4;,4 running
hriioK. This w»is made up hs follows: 1,4M,
68j held September 1, Wfl; ginned during
period. 9,^AOR. r ) bales; net Imports, 45.7X1
In the distribution of the cotton it was
reported that in the fo^ir months 1,747,244
bales were consumed. 8,774,714 w<-re export
ed, 1,:.07.157 held in mills ;md 2,548,702 held
in independent warehouses, while other
stock amounted to 1.12.'?. 607.
SANTA FE TO ENTER ST. LOUIS?
St. J-ouls, Jan. 26.— The Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe Railroad is said to be plan
ning to enter St. Louis, either by the
acquisition of an existing line or by .the
construction of a new road. The Santa
Fe might acquire the St. Louis, Kansas
City & Colorado, which is the St. I.ouls-
Kanaaa City line of the Rock Island, or it
might acquire all of the Missouri, Kantian
&■ Texas outaide of the State of Texas.
The Texas part of the "Katy" would go
to the Frisco in that case.
RHODE ISLAND RETURNS BONDS.
Providence, Jan. 2C— The embarrassing
position of the Stale of Rhode Island wiUi
regard to the repudiated North Curollna
bonds »ah terminated to-day when Gov
ernor Pot liter affixed bis signature to a
legislative resolution providing that the
half million dollars' worth of these bonds
given to the state for collection he returned
to the givers. The bonds will be sent to the
bondholders' committee, of New York, by
special messenger to-morrow
FORMER WALSH ROAD SOLD.
Marlnette, Wla., Jan. at.— The Wisconsin
A Michigan road, known as one of ih«
John R. Walsh properties, wan sold in
Menwuiinec for taxes by th Auditor lien
oral of the Stat* of Michigan to-day. - The
purchaser was .John Marach. of Chicago,
a railroad contractor, who ; paid $67,990.
Mr llarsch now owns part of the road
from <,>'<''"'"'""•' to iron Mountain, which
ho built and was never paid for.
TO ANNUL FATHER'S MARRIAGE.
Children Say He Was Insane When
He Took Second Wife.
Worcfstrr, Mas?.. Jan. 26.— The unusual
If not unique attempt to annul tho mar
riage of a dead man is to he madfl here at
the February s^slnn of Hip Supprior
('o»irt. On th« OUtoOMM of tli«» petition of
Jam«S H. Walker, of Amesbury. guardian
of William W. Sargpnt, of Worcester, who
died oti Sunday, to annul the. latter' s We
ond marriage, depends the validity of Mr.
SarKenfs will. Mr. Sargent's children hy
a former marriage join in the petition for
ihf> annulment.
The will is dated July 13, 1907. two year?
before Mr. i-iargent's last niarriace.. ani]
gives his entire estate to his family, in
cluding the. children, without mention of
his second wife. The second marriage took
place on February 19. 1909. The petition for
annulment alleges that Sargent was iusan"
at the time of the marriage, and therefor*
Incapable of making a marriage contract.
The widow will receive nothing if her mar
riage is annulled.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE almanac.
Sunrise. 7:14; sunset. 5:11; moon sets, 7:32;
moon's agp, 16 days.
HIGH WATER.
A.M. T.M.
Sandy Hook »:t)0 9:38
i.overnor's Island tt:'J7 10:02
Hell Gate 11:17 11:52
WIRELESS REPORTS.
The New York, reported as 310 miles east of
Sandy Hook at 10 a m yesterday, is expected to
dock this forenoon.
The C F Tietßen, reported as 325 miles east
of Handy Hook at 8 a m yesterday. Is expected
to dew.-k this forenoon.
The Eunipa. reported as 313 miles east of
Sandy Hook at r> a m yesterday, is expected to
dock this forenoon.
The Roma, reported as WO miles east of Sandy
Hook at 6:30 p m yesterday, is expected to dock
Friday forenoon.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. Line.
•New York Southampton. Jan 19...Amer
•Benedict Para, Jan II Booth
*AHlan«-a Cristobal. Jan 21 Panama
•Cald«ron Barbados. Jan 'JO I, & II
Europa Naples, Jan 14 La. Veloce
CFTietcen Chrlstiansand, Jan 15..5c-Am
Florida Havre. .Lan IS French
*>rt IJsbon. Jan 11 —
Xl Mar Oalve B ton, Jan 21.. 50 Pacific
• ititana st Thomas. Jan 24... Quebec
Huron Jacksonville, Jan 22..._.C1yde
FRIDAY.*!'* JANUARY 28.
Italia ' Palermo, Jan 13 Anchor
MarAdrlatico Seville, Jan 14..."..
JOsprranza ....Havana. Jan 2,% Ward
Nancy 1/y Swansea. Jan 1.1 -
Xacoochco Savannah, Jan 25. ..Savannah
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29.
•Avon Kingston, Jan 24. .R MSP
•Umbrla Liverpool, Jan 22 Canard
Sicilian Prince Rotterdam, Jan 15 Prince
Louisiana Christlania. Jan 14..5c-Amer
Duca di Genova Naples. Jan l'J Italian
Oppurg Seville, Jan 14
•Brings mall.
OUTGOING steamers,
TO-DAY.
Mail Vessel
Vessel. For. Line. closes. sails.
I*a Touraine, Havre, French.. ":0()am 10:00 am
Merida. Havana, Ward »:oOam 12:00 m
Alleghany. Hayti, Ham-Am.. f>:oOam ll:0Oam
ParimH. Barbados, Quebec. .. 1 1 :30 am 2:00 pm
Metapan, Jamaica, en F Co 7:3oam 2:oopm
Z<Mten. Bremen. N '» I, 10:00 a m
C of Savannah. Savannah, Say — 3:00 p m
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25.
Tr Willem IV. Haytl, D\V 1.11:00 am 1 :<»0 p m
Panama. Colon. Manama 11 a m 1:00 p m
f^Kuranra. Nassau. Ward. . . .12:00 m 3:<N>pni
Sao Paulo, Barbados, Braz. .. 12:00 m 3 :<jo p m
Arapahoe, Jacksonville, Clyde _— l:oUpm
SATURDAY, JAN ART- 20.
P Lincoln, Ilainb'g. Ham-Am 6:00 a m 0:00 am
Oceanic. Southampton, \V s.. 6:30.* W:oOam
Cincinnati. Madeira, Ham-Am 8:30 a m 1:00 am
Oceana, Bermuda, Quebec 8:00 am 10:00 am
Caracas, La t;uayra. Red D K:Wtm 12:"0 m
Sa.iu.LoK*.. il»vu.tiu. . Ward lii:iiiam l:OOpm
S.tUi. Grenada, - 10:O0am 32:0O m
Pr Joachim. Jamaica, H-Am.ll :«.«) a m 1:00 pm
Berlin. Naples, N G L 11:00 am
Minneapolis, London, Atl Tr. - 0:30 am
Re d'ltalia. Naples. Hal — — ,
Germania, Marseilles, Kabre..
Nacoochee, Savannah, Say.... 8:00 pm
Nuoces, Gal vest on, Mallory. .. 12:00 m
Huron. Jacksonville. Clyde... — 1:00pm
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Close In N V
Destination and steamer. P.M.
Hawaii, Japan, Corea and China (.via
San Francisco) — To-day, 6:30
Tahiti. Marquesas and Cook Islands.
New Zealand and Australia (except
West) (via San Francisco) — Mari
posa Jan 28, 6:30
Hawaii (via San Francisco) — Lurline.Jan 28, 6:30
Hawaii. Guam and Philippine Islands
(via San Francisco) -^U S Trans
port Jan 31, 6:30
Hawaii and specially. addressed corre
spondence, for Japan. Corea and
China (via San Francisco) — Man
churia Feb 3.6:30
Japan, Corea, China and Philippine
Islands (via Vancouver ami Vic
toria. B O — Empress of Japan. .. .Feb 4,6:30
Samoa n Islands, New Zealand and
Australia (except West) (vta San
Francisco) Earl de Elgin Feb 6,6:30
Japan. Corea and China (via Tacoma)
Antllochus Feb 18, 6:30
A SACRIFICE
Port of New York. Wednesday, Janu
ary 26, 1910.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Noordam (Dutch), Rotterdam and
Boulogne January 15. to the Holland-America
Line, with 22."» cabin and 588 steerage passengers
and radse. Arrived at the Bar at 11:42 p m.
Steamer Blocnifonteln (Br), Calcutta December
1. Colombo 14, Algiers 27 and Boston January
24, to Norton & Son. with mdse. Arrived at
the Bar at i> p m. 2.'« th.
Steamer African Prince ißr>, shields January
.->. to Paul F Gerhard & Co. in ballast. Arrived
at the Bar at 5 a m.
Steamer Clara (Aust), Barcelona November
20. Venice Dec-ember 17. Trieste 2.1, Patras 27
Katacola. SO, Kalamata 31 and Oran January
to Phelpg Brothers K. Co. with mdse. Arrived
at th» Bar at I a in.
Steamer Antllla (Cuban). Manzanillo January
S. Cienfuegos 17 and Gnantanamo 20. to th«
New York and Cuba Mall S.« Co. ■with mdse.
Arrived at the Bar at 2:02 a m.
Steamer 8 V Luckenbach, Arroyo January 1
Fajardo and San Juan 15, Asruadilla and Mava-
Buea Its. Guayanills 1!) and Pone« 20, to the in
sular Line, with one passenger and mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at 7:1." p m. 2.">tli.
Steamer Marianne (Aust>, Patras December 2.
Trieste IS. Flume ;>o an d Palermo January 5, to
Phelpn Bros & Co. with mdse. Arrived 'at 'the
Bar at 5 p m.
Steamer Bernard (Br). Monaos January B,
Para 12 and Barbados 17. to the- Booth Ss Co.
Ltd. with malls and mdse. Arrived at the Bar
at J»:20 a m.
Steamers Pawnee, Philadelphia, to th» Clyde.
Ps Co, with mdse. Passed in Quarantine' a
11:46 a in.
Steamer Nueces. Galvest"n January 17 and
Mobile If), to the MMllory Ss Co. with passen
Rer* and mdse. Passed in Quarantine at 12:34
p m.
Steamer Hamilton. Newport News and Nor
folk, to the Mid Dominion Ss Co, with r"»s.«<»n
Kers and mdse. Passed In Sandy Hook at 2: <l
p in.
Steimer Oreponlan, Puerto Mexico January 12.
via Philadelphia 'St. to the American Hawaiian
Ss CO. with mdse. Arrived at the. Bar at 1:46
p m.
Steamer Grosser Kurfilrst (Ger). Bremen Janu
ary 15, to rielrlchs & Co. with 171 cabin and SHI
steerage passengers and mdsn. Arrived at the
Bar Ht 1:32 a in. .
Steamer Finland fßelg), Antwerp January 18,
to the Red Star Line, with 244 cabin and 1,101
Kteerase passenger" and mdse. Arrived at the
liar at 10:27 p in. 25th.
Steamer Saxonla (Br), Flume January R. Pa
lermo 11. Naples 12 and Gibraltar 15, to the
Ounard Fs Co. Ltd, with I.M cabin and 1,481
Me. rage passenjcerii and mdse. Arrived at th«
Bnr at -11:30 p m, 2.'> th.
Steamer Phcphu* ifieii. Rotterdam January 7.
to Philip Ruprscbt, In ballast. Arrived it the
Bar at noon.
Steamer Husrln (Nor), Tampico January 14 and
Havana 20. to the New York * Cubs Mail Sn
Co, with mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 1:10 (> m.
Sandy Hook. N .T, Jan 20. !»;.t0 i> m — Wind
southeast: moderate breeze; cloudy and hazy;
Htnooth sea.
BAILKD.
Steamer* Charles V Mayer, for Boston; Santi
ago. B&ntO Domingo City; TrltonUt I Ur>, Ant -
werp; Admiral Furrusrut. Port Antonio: Cnm
pania (Bn. Liverpool; Bermudlan (Hr). Ber
muda: Orotavn (Br>. Bermuda: Proteus. New
Orleans; El Dorado, Osdveston; Ctirltybu (Cuban),
Nuf> vitas: i'iiin»tjut v (Cuban", Guantnnaino; ln>
tiqols. Charleston and Jacksonville; Vlneenzo di
Giorslo (Nor). Kingston; Oceania (Aunt). Naples;
Denver. Gal vest on Prlnceaa Anne, Norfolk ami
Newport N» • r.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED.
Colon. .Inn 20. 7 a in— Avon (Br), New York Ma
Bermuda, Porto Rico and Kingston.
Horn? Kon«. Jan 'M— Lennox (Br). New York for
Yokohama
Alexandria. Jan 16 Brilliant (Ger), New York
via Alßler*; 2.Mh. Up in. « ni.nl.i (Mr..
T««w York via Pouta Pelgada, Madeira,
Genoa, etc. j
nio Grande, Jan 24 — Itnllan Prince ißri New
York via Natal. Klo d. Janeiro, etc.
SAILED,
Corcubion, lan 21--Buwane« dirt. New Turk
port Natal 'mi Hi.!, i.i. i (Br). Ne,w York
via St Vincent, cv. fur Shanghai. '■'..*
SHIPPING NEWS.
WhifefiocK.
A Health-Guarantee to be Found in No Other Water,
Because:
I— The ONLY Water put up in STERILIZED
bottles;
2— The ONLY Water— Domestic or Foreign
—which is NEVER put in a bottle that
has been used before.
"The World's Best Table Water' 9
Stere Brothers
DRESSnAK]NQ AND
LADIES' TAILORING DEPARTMENTS
For a Limited Period Orders will be accepted
At Special Concessions from Regular Prices
Several Models suitable for Street and Dinner Gowns
will be Made to Order, in
Foulards, Pongees, Glace Satin, French Crepe*, SO^ Of) ' P
Glace Eolicnne and other fashionable materials, from zy^J*\J\J
Advance Styles of Tailor-made Gowns, $^0 OH
of choice materials. - at O y»\JKJ
Riding Habits of Linen, -> r- ,r\r\
Side or Cross Saddle, " OD»V\J
(THIRD FLOOR)
West Twenty-third Street
Kent's Rotary
Knife Cleaning
Machines
100.000 in )■•"» in
F.uropcan Hotels and fiimili<-»
JEWIS S^ONGEH,
Sole Agents.
130 and 132 West 12d St.. New York.
AMUSEMENTS.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
Kvenlngs at 8. Saturday Matino^ at 2.
TMs Afternoon at 1:30 -Die Walkuere. Mni»s.
"iadski. Kroinstad. Homer. MM. Burrlan.
To-night— KUsur .l'Aniore. Mmes! r>^ ras
quail. Mattfpld; MM- Bond. Scolti. rini-«"ral-
Conductor, Podcsti.
To-morrow Aft. at 1 :S" Siegfried. Mir.fft
<-,adski. Honwr, Alten: MM. Burrlan, Rci?*.
Soomer. Gorltz. Blasa. <'onductor. Hertz.
To-morrow Evg. — Germania. Mines. Desttnn.
Hrlian*. Spark's: MM. <*aruso. Amato. Pir
n Didur. Rossi. Conductor, Toscanlni-
Sat Aft. — Orfeo. 1 Debut of Mme. D"lna.>
Sat. Kvg.— Huen*el und <iretel, t'avallena,
Ku^tlrana. _„
Sun. Eve.— GRAND CONCERT. 50c to %\.ot).
Soloists- Mm«. FREMSTAD: MM. JADI.OW
KKH. WHITEHIT.U The ARION SINGING
SOCIETY of Brooklyn. Cond.. Mr. Arthur
Claassf-n. Met. Op. Orcli. t'ond.. Mr. R«"ndix.
NEXT WEEK: Men. Evg— Cav. Ru>tlrana
and raßliacoi. Tucs. Aft at 1:30 — (ioetter
dtwinmerunic. Wed. Evg. — Bon PasquaW* and
ball.-t Viennu Waltzet*. Thnr3. Evg.. 7:4.'.-
TriNtan \in<« Isolde. Fri. Ev* - - Alejandro
Stradellu. Mmo. UluoW; MM. Slezak, gflaa.
Corlt?.. Muhlmann. And Ball<*t > iennii
Waltzes. Cond.. Bcndli.
At the New Theatre.
N«xt "Week: Thurs. Aft.— Mauon. Fri. Evg.
— KlKir d'Amore.
At the Brooklyn Aradeniy of >lnsic.
One block from the Flatbush Aye. Subway Pta.
Men. Evb.. Jan Ul — Kra DlaTolo. Mmea
Alten, Maubourg; MM. Clement. Regis, Devaux.
Iltisa, Bourgeois. Cond.. Hertz.
" WEBER PIANO T.TSED.
MANHATTAN $FSVHSK
Fri. at B— SAMSON AND DXI.II.AH. Mile.
Oervillc-Reacho. MM. Dalmores. nufrann*".
i,'rabhe, Valller. Venturlni. Pir.. M. de la
Kurnte. Sat. Aft.— GRISEMDIS. Miss Gar
den: Mmes. Walter-Villa. Duchene; MM. Pal
mores. Dufranne. Huberdeau. Villa. Scott. Dlr..
M- de la Fuonte. Sat. Eve. (popular prices) —
TROVATORK. Miles. Baron. D* Alvarez; MM.
Zerola. Crabbe. De Grazta. Cond.. M. Anselmi.
Next Sunday Eve.— DR. lATDWIG Wt'LLNKR.
NEXT WEEK
Mon TALKS OK HOFFMANN. Miles. Cava
licVl Trentini; MM. Renaud and regular cast.
Tucs (at S::;0) — First time in America,
richartj ELEKTRA
STRAUSS' X - *-* fL> "* *IX **
\V>,i THAIS. Mi^s Garden. M Kenaud. etc.
vri JiRIsKMDIS. Miss Garden and reg. cast.
Sat Aft.— SAMSON AND DKI.ILAH. Mil
i»'\lvarP7. MM. Palmore». Dufranne. etc. Sat.
Eve (pop', prices)- BOHKMK. Mine, rarmen-
Melis. Mile. Trcntini. Mr. McCormark, M. Sam
marco. etc.
Next Week's Sale Opens To-day. 0 A. M.
iOTnn B*t, 4Sth St. Eve. 8:15. Mats. Wed.
AS lOn * Sat.. 8:15. Wed. Mat.. 50c.-*1.30.
SCvs. 1 SEVEN DAYS
APAnCIIV OK MI SI(: Evil «15
AuAUCnll Good Kesvd Seat- 50c.
CHAUNCEY OLCOTT ' S2C
Popular Prl'-e«. Matinees Wed, a n d_S£t . ._ 2.
Wallaek's. Ev« IS Mats. Wed. A Sat.. 2:13?
H.B.Warner "Alias JimmyYalentine
Garden Then. F.v. SIR Last Week. Mat. Sat.
• TIIF IITTIK TOWN OF BKTHLKHEM."
jfTiw BeiascoT''44th St.. nr. B'vay. Ev.S-is"
QTUYVKSAN I IMats. To-day * Sat., 2:1.V
IMTH« k >r iasc(.^P'44th LILY
»H\VKSAN I Mats. To-day * Sat . 2 I.'.
S? I THE LILY
DCI innn Theatre. West 4Ud St. Eve. B:ti.
DLLAuUU I-H-si Matinee Saturday. 2:15.
LAST 4 TIMES.
IS MATRIMONY A FAILURE?
NEXT TL'KSDAY. Seats To-day.
CHARLOTTE WALKER i n
WAl.tkks JUST A WIFE.
< ak\k<;ik HALL. TO-NIGHT ■< : i.v
THIRP KII'TION CONCERT OF THE
RUSSIAN VST
MODEST ALTSCHULER, Conductor
PAUEWEI.I, APPEARANCE ...
RACHMANINOFF
rniuhii'tlMß fnr It"- first time in N«w York his
new Symphony poem ••isle OK DEATH." ami
playing his SECOND PIANO • ONCKRTO
Ticket* f.'u-. to S'J.OO. J[Mj» Hon_&.J»amltn Piano ) .
NB \\ THEATRE;
SYMPHONY
SOCIETY OK NEW YORK.
WALTER DAMROSCH, ton dut , or .
Next Sunday Aft.. Jan. 10, at 3.
Hcinrich Gebhnrd soloist
Dvorak'! Symphony
"PROM TMK.NKW WORLD "
I.oKKKI.KI: "A PAQAN POEM." BTC
Tickets It*, to ft. II ;;tih St. andßuOalea.
ice SKATING nt - *«*••«*•«* kink
IWt MIVWIinU f.iitli St. * I'ulumrms Aye!
Alii*". Jan 23— \\*>nerle (Hr). Noaton »n,| New
H«iithunu>tiin Jun 2rt. \\ a m— Adriatic .£s,,
Now York via < 'hTbourr and '.'u.^nsttmw,"-
I >> ni. Kaiser \\iili.-lm d«-r « Irons. <t;er>'
New York via i 'ti.-i UuirK -"".-'
Uordfaiix. Lan *_M St Ijturent »Kr), New York'
ClMrbourt. .Lan 'M. .1 r, „, k«L<t VViihM.,, de r
Qrosaa Kin i, New York
Barbados. Jan 21 — ITcayitli ,Mr«. New York.
I'ara. Jan aft— Ccar«.n«« IB»), N«>w \ork.
The only manufacturers
in the world of strapped
seamed linen eollur>.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE NEW®> THEATRE
Cent. Park V.'.. 62- 63 Sts.TeI.SSOOCoI
NON-SUBSCRIPTION
PERFORMANCES
THIS WEEK:
TO-NIGHT, SIT. MAT. & EVG.
SEA T. s «i f^ AIT ' p-*ktsp -*kts or the
HOL>E NOW ON SALE.
Tickets Ordered by Mall or Telephone
Delivered by Messenger to Any
, Address in Manhattan.
Shakcspeare"s Charming Comedy 1
TWELFTH NIGHT
Galsworthy's Drama! Ku.loif Btsi-r's Corned*
- STRIFE p A /i y DON SBSS
about big things. ,An unallov.d" d^, OOh9 hhh f t :
- —The .Sun. '■ —The Pr»s,[
To-day at 2:30 „
SS?S&S2ig : TwHfth 4 h "
sai &2X :::::::::::::: Siaa «fiS
.at. Eve.. S.U. .^ v . g^TweUU. N, sht
T^;, h^ t f-K S . EE M-^^M -^^ Ma,.
Twelfth Night : Thun..Mat* Op*ra> M^non*-
Thar* & Sat. Evsrs.. The Nigcer- F> ' ?-?"
JOp*raV KlUir d'Amore; /at Mat rL
x.-hool for .scandal. Seat, for two t'.-'^l in
advance reserved by mail, tH#phon" or
telegraph for ANY performance. Drama
$•-• to Sac; Opera. $5 to $1. dma '
HIPPODROME
Daily Mats..C. Best Seats $1. Ev s °5c SI -,1
A Trip I Ballet I Inside ' "i 0 % ? e W
t0 .,„,,„„ of ., eue!s th . K:inh | Clrou'sTrt,
OILY'S; .7 MAXINE ELLIOTT, , '-
COMEDY h l^- THE WATCHER
Si«asaeß!iSfftsg!a»j«.,»r
BI JV AI ;"^V Eve Sir, Mat, Wei
IVD n Ev* B:ir»; Mats \\ „ix- s ru cit,
MaOneKllio,,-.. Evs.<?-30 r — T r~
riiK i ioroi '\rV \o'i MKsU —
Biioii;;::,^,.!:;;:;-; ,:..■-—;„„
.Jk,,,,,,--.,;,,;-,,,,,- „„, ■
zx^- ■• —». .|.,K
C A RXEOIC II \I, I
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, January nth
PHILHARMONIC «££-
GUSTAV MAHLER -.il.u.
•-s ii ss.rt
MBMEGIE HALL ,
KREISLER
THIRD VIOLIN RECITAL.
J..;w., s ;.v. t , s . „. „,,.,. lun
, \ »iiNK,ir nvi 1 SPECIAL RECT^ J
r^ BUSONI
"'■■••"-•; i ,fßl. i EVE.JAN.2B
|R)IIHQ „„ ,;....; ■
«»»« . .. „, .. 15 -
COLONIAL ' ■:•,— ;;;;
M'■ •'"»< lams a ■ • . others
AUilillu ."-",. ?";:.,. .?•&.,
** nll V? •** L " aJln X I-aJy." Tom Ed
"" ! M " |f»< ■ ' tuart Ba Mfea
FDFMI uol<||> » WAX. NRW: GROUPS,
rftll «ISKMATO«;UAPII Ka.h 11....
•"istfcl Chpl. Jack Crawford, Muuuluelst.
Some hundreds of fancr
waistcoats at revised prices mtr
seem like "chicken feed," con
trasted with the thousands ' of.
suits and overcoats now marked
down.
But the waistcoats are £ood , !
looking, the revising rather ■
radical, and altogether it's an
attractive item of the extra
valueviews.
Separate striped trousers alia tneln^ »r
values now.
"Glen^aritr and "Trcs
sachs" are the Scotch names of
the new shapes of soft cloth '
hats just from overseas.
Not expensive either, .$3.50. x
In six colors.
One of the novelties of our
Spring stock of "Stars"—'
""Star" shirts with semi-stiff
bosoms of French pique. •
The price is specially attract
ive for shirts of this quality. *3,
Thes* •'Star" shirts ar« called M»aas«
Cannes. Calais. v»ndoir.«. St. Gersaia, Orisnt
Some folks wonder why our
Dollar Glove does not interfere
with the sale of our $1.50 walk
ing glove, since the Dollar
Glove is palpably as good as
many $1.50 gloves.
The answer's simple— air
$1 .50 glove is a "Special"
which compares only wife the
usual $2 glove.
Both mad'; is England.
Ever try "Lindsay*!
A comfortable Arrow p -
now being advertised.
Here of course with
other Arrow s.
Two for 25.-.
Cushion shoes appeal to com
mon sense.
A kid -covered cuskM v '
elastic felt makes stancfaf
easier.
Soft Vici kid. $5.
Rogers Peet &"C6i?ixT. •
Three Broadway Stores
at at ; it
Warren st. 13 th st. 34: as;
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW YORK'S LEADING TH=.ATSES 4 SUCCESSES
CMDIDC B'way and 40th .-St. Eve* *.»
binrlilk Last Matin** Saturday. 3:li
LAST 3 NIGHTS. LAST MATINEE SAT.
SIR CHARLES WYNDHAM
MISS MARY MOORE
an^^ r anV°7n don THE MOLLUSC
NEXT MONDAY sea tS^t *
Ethel Barrymore Mi&ssax.
I VPCHafI 43 St.nr B-way. Ev«- atS:ll
LlUCUlfl Slat.-. To-day and Sar .. ?:11
ANOTHER BUI BIKKE TRIUMPH.
FIRST .MATINEE TO-DAY.
BILLIE BURKE ,„**„
By W. SOMERSET MAL'GHAM-
UlinCnil 4 St.. nr. Kw«». Ev- *
nliUdUn Matii. TVod. and Sat-. 3:l*
"COLLIER NEVER FUNNIER."— Thne*
WM. COLLIER lcn sjra
HUDSON WHY.. Sr^olaJ Matiaew
TO-PAY, also TO-MORROW at 3^.
RUTH ST. DENIS ia SSSS
CAUnV B'way i- 34th St. Evs.*:!* Mat*
Ofll U I To-day & Sat.. 0:13. Last Wig
HENRY KILLER faith hSai»
By the Author of THE rtREAT Pl^p*
35S5&UJI FRANK KEEJMI
• Seats To -day. > II In THE IIEUiHT*
ftlDDIPtf SSth St . nr. Bway. Er* S-li
UAnnluK Mat*, «n« s«cft»
"A 8 lovable as Rip Van WteW^-^WjW
OTIS SKIMMER * *SKKS
By Eooth Tarkington and H. L. Wl!w=
bnteriOn Mat. Saturday only. 5:0
"As Tender a* Little- lord raaaaas;
I FRANCIS WILSON •£»£?
1 THE BACnELOR'S BABY
KNICKERBOCKER
THE DOLLAR PRINCESS^
CHARLES I>ILI.I>4iH.%IM> Evu. S:IS.
GLOBE THEATRE S»
IVW.W A 4Sth STR. " - :li
HONIGOMERU STONE lyiss
HEWINISTERDJM r .V&VJ M 4jS
! ast :» Nlsht"*. lJ»»t M:itJnee Saturday-
THE BARRIER \s^r
\VEI>. Ml IHi C. S«ata ''J'
HENRY W. SAVAUE will oSer W
MADAMEA
The Drama that ThrtMfd Ajlj^£!h-^
I iDCDTV ™ r v N ' " '
lIdcKTT Mat*. Wed. »<** fc -i.
"I>t>n-t Mia* It at Anr ro«t.~— Eve. .-*•
Th« Fantastical Musical Csassafi
THE ARCADIANS
With 11. U,»n.l*r(.il « -«'t I**- _ •
New York '" \^
last IHITCHCOCK
WEEK I ,„ rOIIAN- M""Ulf f
THE ■*■„."">' BROADfw
lii ax" ROGERS K .. -ii;»l
j,,.?;,^. THJLYOUKiJM- 1
f£$gTUNLHfc
U<TthJOHN BARRYMORE __>^.
JOE WEBER' S\:Tss
l.aat Matinee Mat- 1 m «h- pl ,—
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