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NEW POOL INQUIRY
/)/;/;/' hockixg probe
Special Committee Gets Wider
Instructions from Exchange.
The inquiry into the Columbus and
Hocklns Coal and Iron Company matter,
which has up to this time been conducted
by the committee on Insolvencies, a sub
committee of the Stock Kxchanpe povern
inp committee, was transferred yesterday
by the governing committee to a special
committee consisting of Francis L. Eames
«nd Krno^t Groosbeck. who are members
of the committoo on Insolvencies: J. T.
Atterbur>-. 11. K. Pomroy and F. I*. Rode
mald.
The instructions ri\rn to tlie special
committee by the governing: committee
were "to investigate transactions in se
rtirlttee between any member of the tx
rhange or firm represented therein and
either or all of the firms wh-; announced
their inability to meet their engrapenunts
on January tS and 30. whether said trans
n Hans were had then or about the time
■■f said announcement or at any time prior
Thereto, and to make prompt report thereon
to the povemtnß committee."
1 uder these instructions the special com
mittee will apparently be empowered to
carry its inquiries back to the early
days of the Columbus and Hocking pool
of Julfe 1, Ms, which was operating on
th« morning of January 19; and. if deemed
advisable, to investigate also the operations
r.f the 20.000 share pool of March 1. 1909.
a iid its successor, formed September 1.
Ufa, If, as is commonly reported, some
of the houses in the June pool of 10.000
fhares were members of the March pool
also.
CbmUSM have been filed against the board
member of the tailed him of Ldithrop.
Haskins & Co.. whose case will be taken
up by th*» governing: committee on Febru
ary 2. and the board member of J. .M.
F:ske & Co., whose defence will be heard
on February 9. It is understood that
charges have been filed also against
Thomas L. Clarke and J-.iHan Day. the
6tock Exchange members of Day, Adams
is Oa.; Albert J. Ellas, board member of
Albert .1. Elias & Co. and E. A. Rollins,
the board men-.ber of Rollins & Co. Henry
6. Hasklns. cf LAthrop, Haskins & Co.,
it is further understood, will have an
other charge to meet— that of reckless
drallns-in addition to the charges already
preferred, the hearing on which has been
set for February 'Z.
A circular letter is to be »ent to-day to
th* creditors of J. M. Fiske & Co., each of
whom will be asked for his power cf attor
acy. proof of claim and proxy by a number
of the creditors who are advocating the
formation of a creditors' protective associ
ation, through which the members would
B4 V^pt informed of the prospects for ad
justment of their claims frnd would be en
abled to act In combination in such steps
as might appear necessary to be taken.
The creditors signing this Jotter are
Cyrus O. Baker. P. J. Burrell. C. H. B.
• ■hapin. H. J. Dielow, r>. A. Kennedy, Pat
nrk Kelly. Angus McGilway. Everard
Kohert, Joseph J. Stcindler. H. R. Ver
sanye. John Fountain and J. T. Worth.
Henry D. Hotchkiss, receiver for l.ath
r<'j». Haskins & Co , returned yesterday
from Columbus. Ohio, where two or three
<iavs aj:n a receiver was appointed, upon
his petition for tlir- Columbus and Hocking
Oasd ar.d Iron OanipSßiy.
l^oui= H. Moos, attorney for J. M. Fiske
*.■ Co.. said yesterday that the statement
:i»ad' > on Wednesday by Irving' 1-. Ernst.
receiver for that firm, that he would call
.lames R. Keene as a witness in an Inquiry
relating to the failure was made without
I'ie knowledge or suggestion of J. M.
I i-ke & <■■•
'R. MAC ARTHUR.
CEITICISES
Member Says Minister Cast Slur on
Anti-Vivisection Society.
A' the annual meeting: yesterday of the
!Cew York Anti-Vivisection Society, held at
No. 2025 Broadway, a member. Dr. Stephen
Hasbrouck, criticised the Rev. Robert B.
Mac Arthur. pastor of Calvary Baptist
«*hurch. for a statement the clergyman had
rr.ade, he said, against the work of the antl
vlvisectionists.
"In his statement Dr. stacArdmr ridiculed
the work which you ladies are doing in
b'half of man's friend?, the innocent ani
mals and dumb creatures, and thereby he
has raPt a siur upon you ladies and the
members of this society in the efforts being
made to enforce humane principles in vivi-
J^ction." said Dr. Hasbrouck. He advised
that the society use every means to in
form the public of what he termed the "hor
ror* and useless cruelty of vivisection."
Mrs. Diana Belais was re-elected presi
dent. Other officers elected were Miss M.
It. Ingersoll. secretary; Roger Stephens,
treasurer; board of directors, Mrs. Herbert
K. • Brown, Frank Stephens. E. V. Hutter.
M'» Vida Milholland. Mrs. K. T. Scott and
lira. R. Smith. It was announced that St«
1-hen Coleridge, son c* the late Lord Chief
Justice of England, would be the speaker
Si the dinner of the society in the Plaza
hotel on February 8.
WILL TRY TO PAY ON TIME
Controller Gets Authority to Audit
Without Complete Certificate.
Having received an opinion from tiie Cor
poration Counsel giving; him authority to
payrolls before actual receipt of cer
tification of record of the time of employes
tor the entire month, Controller Prender
gest issued orders last night that every
effort be made to get the fcalary checks out
by the 2d of the month, as usual.
Corporation Counsel Watson holds that
♦•»«•- Controller has no authority to hold tip
the payrolls of the judiciary and of other
elective officials, if the time certification,
am provided for by the last Board of Ksti
mate, is not sent in. But lie may enforce
the rule. In the case of all officials or «-m
ployes who are subject to removal by the
Mayor or by heads of departments.
Another employe of the Finance Depart
ment who has done no work since Septem
i < r. Mb was asked -to resign yesterday.
Ho is William R. Dyer. time clerk in the
rity ; vmaster office, at tI.VO a year, who
is suffering from paralysiF.
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COPPER GOSSIP RIFE
(>r Ell AHA UGAUA TED.
Opinion Divided as to Where It
Stands in Merger.
In the absem-e of further details from
official sources conr»rning the proposed
merger of the Anaconda and Cole-Ryan
mininp properties in the Butte district,
there was a conflict of opinion in copper
circles yesterday as to what would become
of the Amalgamated Copper Company if
the deal went through.
Some believed that the latter concern,
which is primarily a holdinp company,
would he eliminated and that there would
be only one corporation, the Anaconda
Copper Mining Company, under which
title all the properties on Butte Hill would
be combined. Others were of the opinion
that the only chaiiße In th<^ situation so
far as the Amalgamated was concerned
would be that it would hold In its treasury
additional shares of the Anaconda, which
it would receive in exchange for such of
its Butte mining' properties as may be
taken over by the former roncorn.
Whatever the outcome as regards ,the
Amalgamated, it is the general belief In
copper trade circles that the proposed
merger is the lopical solution of the Butte
situation, in that it will end all contro
versies, conflicts and litigation and guar
antee steadier operations for the mines.
The merger, it is believed, will also result
in a very sharp reduction in operating
costs.
It is the intention, it is said, to buy the
mines and not the stocks of the various
companies to be taken over, payment being
made either in the stock of the Anaconda
company or in cash. In order to provide
the necessary cash to take over the prop
erties, the owners of which do not care to
take Anaconda stock it is understood that
all of the proposed new stock that Is not
exchanged will be underwritten.
No details could bo obtained yestprday
in regard to the terms upon which the
various properties are to be taken over, but
it was said that not all of the proposed
$120,000,000 new stock of the Anaconda com
pany would be required to carry out the
merger plan.
A rumor that the Amalgamated was also
to increase its capitaJ and that it would
issue some preferred stock was denied in
well informed quarters.
According to the best information obtain
able, the long talked of consolidation of the
Guggenheim-Amalgamated-Cole-Ryan cop
per properties is still a matter of the dis
tant future, although the proposed bringing
together of the Butte Hill properties and
the recent merger of the Utah Copper, Bos
ton Consolidated Copper and Nevada Con
solidated Copper companies is regarded gen
erally in the trade as a first step in that
direction.
The plan is said to have been informally
passed upon by Atton.ey General Wicker
sham, and it is reported that he raised no
objections. It is understood, however, that
the Morgan interests, which are conducting
the negotiations for the giant merger, are
in no hurry to bring It about at the present
time.
A report that Phelps. Dodge & Co. had
purchased the Arizona Copper Company
and intended to combine it with the Detroit
Copper Company and put them both into
the Amalgamated-* "olf- Ryan merger was
denied by a member of the company. He
said that Phelps. Dodge & Co. did not own
any of the stock of the Arizona Copper
Company and was not Interested in any
way in the proposed merger of the Amal
gamated and Cole-Ryan properties in the
Butte district
COLONEL SMITH GETS A JOB.
Old Place Abolished, Park Board Gives
Him a Better One.
Colonel Clinton 11. Smith was appointed
secretary t<> the Park Board to succeed VS*.
J. FVansioli at its meeting yesterday. The
place has paid |4JOO a year, but the hoard
voted to reduce the salary to $4,000. Colonel
Smith was for years assistant secretary to
the board, but lost his place just before
January 1 by the abolishment of the office,
at the instigation of Henry Smith, the for
mer president of the board.
The double decked motor stages of the
Fifth Avenuf Coach Company will again
run on Riverside Drive, as the board rescind
ed the resolution of the old board which
barred them from that boulevard. Commis
sioners Higgins. of The Bronx, and Ken
nedy, of Brooklyn, demurred at first against
the action, but Commissioner Stover said
that if it was shown that the trees on the
drive were injured by the large vehicles
they could again oe barred.
It is understood that residents in the
neighborhood will at once take action to
sustain their contention thai the franchise
of thp Fifth Avenue Coach Company does
not give it the right to operate in River
side Drive.
VOORHIES IN ON TUESDAY.
Newcomb Hopes to Retain Place as As
sistant Postmaster in Brooklyn.
F.dmund W. Voorhfes, appointed to suc
ceed George U. Roberts as Postmaster of
Brooklyn, will take office on Tuesday. Mr.
Voorhies, who was secretary to Naval Of
ficer Kracke prior to his appointment, is
in Washington, but will return to Brooklyn
to-day.
Assistant Postmaster Frank H. New
comb hopes to retain his position under
Mr. Voorhies. Mr. Newcomb is a friend of
Congressman William M. Calder, who
backed Mr. Voorhies for the postmaster
shlp. The name of John F. Geis, secre
tary to vhe Postmaster of Brooklyn, is be
ing mentioned for the assistant postnias
tershlp, f<»r which Colonel William P.
Morris of the 9th Regiment and Colonel
John H. Foote of the 14th Regiment are
candidates Colonel Paote lives in Repre
sentative Calder's district. Colonel Mor
ris Bays he lias the backing of Lewis If.
Bwazey, Commissioner of Records for
Kings county and Republican lea<W of
the 17th Assembly District.
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T IUOAY,
WILLIS I'UT OUT
OISTED ON CHARGES.
Ma /for Drops Executive Secre
tary After Hearing.
William A. Willis, who had been execu
tive secretary in the Mayor's offlop since
January, IIWO, w;is removed by Mayor Oay
tior hite yesterday afternoon. The removal
followed a hearing o:i*cliarKes. thnt \io had
Illegally altered designations by the Board
of City Record of newspapers: to which cer
tain advertisements should be sent.
The order of removal was given for ser
vice to Lieutenant Kennell. attached to the
.Major's office, about 6 o'clock. When Mr.
Willis, who, after the hearing, had been
waiting not far away, heard of the order
he went back to the City Hall "to save
Kennell the trouble" of looking him up, as
he said. -— •
Counsel fur Mr. Willis is considering ap
plying' for a mandamus compelling the
Mayor to reinstate his client. For that rea
son he probably will appear to-day when
the Municipal Civil Service Commission
continues its bearing on the proposition to
transfer the office of executive secretary
from the classified to the exempt class. It
would be of no use for him to fight for re
instatement to a place that had been made
exempt.
At the hearing- by the Mayor a list of IS2
designations of newspapers that had bwn
changed was presented. It covered a period
from June, 1907. to September. 1908. Th«?
Board of City Record decides what news
papers are to receive certain advertise
ments, and the designations are signed by
the members of the hoard and later go to
the office of "The City Record." The rec
ords showed that the substitutions forming
the basis of the charge had been made in
ink and Initialled "W. A. W.** It is un
derstood that Mr. Willis told the Mayor
that the substitutions were made because
the papers originally named were not sup
porting the administration.
Affidavits were received from ex-Con
troller Metz and Assistant Corporation
Counsel Stirling, who represented his office
on the Board of city Record, saying that
they had no knowledge of the substitutions.
That substitutions had been made iti ad
vertising designations of the Board of City
Record was first brought out by the 'as
sidy committee of the Legislature, which
investigated the Finance Department In
1908. It was found that some of the
changes In designation had been initialled
"F. OB.," but these did not figure in the
proceedings yesterday.
There was a suggestion yesterday that
some of the contracts let as a result of
the advertisements In papers not author
ized by the Board of City Record might
be. declared Illegal and that much confu
sion might result. Tt is believed, however,
that nothing of the sort will occur, as
most of the advertisements are understood
to have been of minor Importance.
The place of executive secretary, to which
Is attached a salary of $6,000 a year, was
transferred from the exempt to the classi
fied list at the instance of Mayor IScClel
lan some time ago. Mr. Willis had been
as close to the Mayor as any one in the
city, and Mayor Gaynor did not fancy hav
ing him in what was practically a confi
dential office.
Since the Mayor took office he has given
Willis nothing to do. His work was done
by Philip Kohler, the Mayor's former pri
vate secretary, whom he retained at hia
own expense. But Mr. Willis did not take
the hint to resign. When the Municipal
Civil Service Commission, therefore, took
steps to have the place of executive secre
tary placed in the exempt class it was
thought that the Mayor had asked for pur-h
action. Not only did the Mayor deny this,
but he wrote a letter in which he told the
commission that he desired it to act on its
own judgment and to be influenced not at
all by what might be personally agreeable
to him.
MVRPIIY
./ CALLER.
Pleasant Social Visit Paid to
Mayor in Office.
It must be that Charles F. Murphy, leader
of Tammany Hall, Is getting fond of the
society of Mayor Gaynor, for he spent
twenty minutes with the Mayor yesterday
afternoon, and so far as could be learned
his call was merely a social one. When
I.c hud left it was said that he had asked
for no appointments, urged no removals
and had m;tde, no suggestions.
"I don't think he had any special pur
pose," >aid the Mayor when asked why-
Mr. Murphy had called. "He seems to
think we are doing pretty well," ;.nd the
Mayor smiled.
As for Mr. Murphy, he simply said, "Ket
the Mayor do the talking."
John D, Rockefeller, jr., chairman of the
special grand jury which is investigating
the "white slave" traffic, was another call
er. He talked over the work, but said
later that too much publicity would defeat
the ends of justice.
August Belmont and Lindsay Russell se
cured a promi.se from the Mayor to attend
a dinner of the Japan Society in honor
of the Japanese Ambassador on Febru
ary 18.
Tho Mayor announced the appointment
of Louis Newman, of No. 162 Hoy ward
Btreet, Brooklyn, as a member of the Board
of Education to succeed Mitchel May, re
signed. Mr. Newman is a shirt manufact
urer and has been prominent in Jewish
charitable work in Brooklyn.
A laint smile came to the face of tho
Mayor when his attention was called to
a story that Richard Croker had written
t'j suine friends that >:e would bring suit
for libel against the Mayor if the latter
would acknowledge that he was referring
to him in a speech before the Southern
Bociety recently when be spoke of "bosses
who ha\e made, themselves millionaires,
some of whom live abroad" :is "a disgrace
to the moral tone of the community."
CROKER NOT TO SUE GAYNOR.
Declares He Had Not Even Known of
Alleged Libel in Mayor's Speech.
I By Talearapb to Thp Tribune.]
The Breakers, I 'aim Beach, Kla., .lan. 27.
- Richard Croker :it the. Wigwam to-night
denied absolutely in an Interview the re
port thai he intended suing Mayor Gay
nor of New York for libel for saying in a
speech last December that "the moral tone
Of the community was affected by the re
turn of millionaire bosses from Burope
when there was no danger of prosecution,
the statute of limitations having outlawed
their vlllanles."
He denied even having contemplated such
action, for the reason, lie .said, that he
knew nothing of the speech in question.
Aft<r healing the substance of Mayor Gay
nor's speech he still denied that he would
take any action, declaring that he did not
see that the speech referred to him in any
way and insisting that he had nothing
further to say and that he would not give
an interview or be quoted in any way In
regard to this or any other matter.
NEW HONOR FOR PRESIDENT.
Announcement was made yesterday that
President Taft had been elected a member
of the Military Order Of foreign Wars of
the United States, New York Coinmamlery.
It has been a custom since the organiza
tion of the order to elect the President of
the United States as a member. The or-
Banlzation was founded in 1594, and Pre?i
rients Harrison, Cleveland, McKlnley and
Roosevelt were sleeted membei
CLUBBERS DROPPED
ACT PLEASES GAYSOR
Manor Commends Dismissal of
Three Accused Policemen.
An indication of the dc*(erminatlon with
wliich Mayor Gaynor is pursuing his cam
paign against brutal policemen was given
>psterday wlnu Police Commissioner FJakor
dismissed three policemen from the depart
ment for assaulting citizens.
The men dismissed were George I. Han
f«n, of th> Adams street station. Brooklyn;
James H. Dtvon. of the Hamburg avenue
station. Brooklyn, and John Kelly, of the
Bushwick avenue station, Brooklyn.
Hanson was charged with assaulting John
T. Mullen, an aged watchman, while he
was stationed in McLaughlin Park. Brook
1? n According to the testimony, Har.scn
put into an argument with Mullen and heat
him brutally with his olub.
Oscar Gregory, of No. 119 Hart stfet.
Irooklyn, charged Devon with assaulting
him on Myrtle avenue. Brooklyn, while ho
was waiting for a car. Gregory was with
his wife and a friend, md it was late in
the evening, when, lie alleges, they saw
Devon heating a man across the street.
The sight made Mrs. Gregory cry out, and
her husband placed his hand over lv i
nmuth. lelling her to be quiet. Devon is
tlrn said to havt crossed over and used
his club freely on Gregory. The police
r an is no-v under indictment upon a charge
of assault preferred by Gregory.
Patrolman Kelly was dismissed for as-
Baulting Henry Dickoff. eleven years old,
mid Frank Jenny, ten years old. Kelly is
sai.i to have knocked Dickoff down three
tiir.i-s and blackened his eyes. The boy's
sister testified that four men in plain
clothes came to her house and offered her
$200 if she would prevent her brother from
Identifying Kelly. The. policeman has not
faced this charge yet.
Following these dismissals the Police
O mmlssioner wrote to the Mayor as fol
lows:
The (lon. William J. Gaynor. Mayor of the
City of New York.
Sir: I beg to report that the following
members of the Police Department have
been dismissed from the force to-day: Pa
trolman George f. Hansen, 149 th precinct,
tried and found guilty, conduct unbecom
ing an officer, assaulting John T. Mullen;
Patrolman James FI. Devon, 164 th precinct,
conduct unbecoming an officer, assaulting
Oscar Gregory, tried and found guilty; Pa
trolman John Kelly. 163 d precinct, conduct
unbecoming an officer, assaulting Henry
Dickoff. tried and found guilty. Yours
respectfully,
WII.I.TAM F. BAKER,
Police Commissioner.
The Mayor's letter in reply follows:
Sir: Your letter of tills date notifying
me of the dismissal of three patrolmen for
committing unlawful battery on citizens
is at hand. F am very much gratified by
the prompt action in their cases. I^et all
such men on the force be treated in the
same? way and as promptly as possible.
You have a splendid force of men under
you, and they should not be disgraced by
the comparatively few men on the force
who are not fit to be there. Let the whole
force know once and for all that it will
be deemed a greater offence to commit
unlawful battery on a citizen, or to un
lawfully enter a house, than to let a
criminal escape. Very truly yours,
W. J. GAYNOR.
Mayor.
Patrolman Frederick C. Gerhardt. at
tached to the West 37th street station, was
placed on trial before Deputy Commissioner
Walsh at Police Headquarters yesterday,
charged with assaulting a citizen without
cause, and after the complainant and four
witnesses had been heard the case was
closed, and the Deputy Commissioner an
nounced that he would reserve decision.
A MOVING PLATFORM.
Delegation Favoring It Lays
Plans Before P. S. C.
Stuyvesant Fish and a large delegation
representing the Continuous Transit Securi
ties Company, which wants to build a
moving platform under certain thorough
fares of Manhattan, moved upon the*
Public Service Commission yesterday and
for about an hour talked over the situa
tion. The routes proposed were under
Broadway from Tenth street, where the
Broad way-T^exington avenue subway is to
leave Broadway, to 42d street, thus supply
ing that portion not covered by subway
service.
It was said that the real object of the
visit was to show the commission visible
and palpable evidence of the support back
of the scheme. The commission is con
sidering the Broadway plan, although the
Board of Estimate and Apportionment of
last year favored trying a moving platform
under 34th street. The specifications sub
mitted by the company called for four
platforms, moving at the rate of three,
six. nine and twelve miles an hour.
Those present at the conference yester
day In addition to Mr. Fish were Max
EL Schmidt, president of the company:
Roberts Walker, president of the Rock
Island Railroad Company: T-ewis B.
Stilhvell. consulting engineer of the com
pany; General Charles W. Raymond, corps
of engineers, U. S. A. (retired^; Edward M.
Grout and Walter L. Worrall, counsel for
the company.
TRACTION LITIGATION UP.
Claims To Be Filed with Special Mas
ter Within Five Days.
• 'laim.s In traction litigation in the I'nited
States Circuit Court figured In an order
signed by Judge I^acombe yesterday. The
Metropolitan Securities Company's claim Is
against the New York City Railway Com
pany for J404.813 S3. representing money lent
on stocks and bonds on September 20, 1907;
the Interborough-Metropolitan Company*!
claim against the Metropolitan Street Rail
way Company is made as the holder of
$1,000,000 three-year 5 per cent improve
ment notes of that corporation in the name
of the Mercantile Trust Company, being a
part of the $8,000,000 issue of notes deliv
ered In pursuance of ag>etments dated May
'12. 1907. between the Metropolitan Street
Hailway Company and the New York City
Railway Company, and the Metropolitan
Securities Company and the Interborough-
Metropolitan < fompany.
The. claim of the Mercantile Trust Com
pany against the Metropolitan Street Kail
uay Company male as the holder of four
three-year ."> per cent Improvement notes
for $.'{,'< )o<t. 000 each, delivered pursuant to a
trust agreement dated May B, 11K>7. also
figures in the- court order. These claims
must bo tiled with William 1-. Turner,
special master, within five days.
DOUBLE DECK PLAN APPROVED.
Public Service Commission's Subway
Scheme Favored.
Commissioners appointed by the Appellate
Division of the Supreme Court filed a report
yesterday approving the double-deck form
Of construction for the Lexington avenue
subway. This will be a part of the Broad
wax-Lexington avenue system as planned
by the Public Service Commission. Tho
original scheme approved by the court was
for a four-track feubwav on the same level,
but, on recommendation of Henry B. Sea
man, chief engineer of the commission, the
double-deck idea was adopted by the Pub
lic Service Commission, and the question
was resubmitted.
The route decided upon for this combina
tion structure was from Houeton street, ex
tending northerly under Broadway to a
point near East 9th street; thence through
nrtvata prayrts to living Place i then<-e
northerly under Irving Plhcp. GtaMMTCy
Part and Lmlngton .iwMme t«> i<iud mreet
and to tin 1 Harlem Rtvci
Williuru Mas Wrlgi.t, ChajriM FtoU and
Rudolph Block -were the commissioners ap
pointed by the court to examine into the
feasibility of the plan. They had numer
ous hearings, at which the several interests
concerned were. represented. The court, it
was said, would change Its approval ac
cording to the recommendation of its com
mission. r: </-ft
NEW YORK CENTRAL CHANGES.
W. J. Fripp To Be General Superin
tendent of Eastern District.
Springfield. Mas* . Jan. JT William J.
Fripp. for three years general BIUIUbI
tendent of the Boston & Albany, has been
promoted to the general superlntendency
or the eastern district of the New York
Central, comprising thp territory east of
Syracuse on the Centml proper and in
cluding the Hudson, Harlem River ami
Mohawk divisions.
A new position has been created, that of
general superintendent of passenger trans
portation, to be filled by Charles W. Smith,
having jurisdiction over both the Central
and Boston & Albany roads, with offices
in New York.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINI A TURK ALMANAC.
Sunrise. 7:13; sunset, 5:12; moo n set*. S:^.">.
moon's a^e, 17 days.
HIGH WATER!
A.M. T.M.
Sandy Hook 9:43 IBM
Governor's Island 1O:I» ! 10:44
Hell Gate ■
" WIRELESS REPORTS.
The President Grant, reported as IM miles
east of Sandy Hook at 0:15 a m yesterday. Is
expected to dock Saturday forenoon.
The Columbia, reported as 1,142 miles east of
Sandy Hook at I :20 p m yesterday, is expected
to dock late Sunday or early Monday morning.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. Line.
Florida Havre. Jan 15 French
Guiana St Thomas. Jan 24 ..^uesaa
Italia J Palermo, Jan 13.., Anchor
Mar Adrlatlco Seville. Jan 14
Esperanza Havana. Jan liT> Ward
Xanrv Lee Swansea. Jan 13
Nacoochee Savannah. Jan 23. ..Savannah
SATURDAY. JANUARY 23.
•Umbria Liverpool. Jan 22 Cunard
.Sicilian Prince Rotterdam. Jan 18 Prince
Louisiana ChrU'tiania, Jan 14.. Anier
Duca dl Genova Naples. Jaji 19 Italian
Oppunr Seville. Jan 14
President Grant Southampton, Jan 20..H-Am
Mohawk Jacksonville, Jan 20....C1y<3«
SUNDAY. JANUARY 30.
•Laurentic Liverpool, Jan '22.. White Star
•Columbia Glasgow. Jan 22 Anchor
•Amerika Hamburg. Jan 'J2..Hamb Am
Chicago City Swansea. Jan 15 Bristol
Ottawa -.Sunderland, Jan 16 - -
Indrelema Liverpool, Jan 16...
Alamo Key West. Jan 2«. . . .Mallory
City of Atlanta Savannah. Jan .Savannah
•Brings mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
To-D.vr.
Mall Vessel
Vessel. For. Line. closes. sails.
Pr Willem IV, Hayti, IJ W 1.11:00 am 1:00 pm
Panama, Colon, Canama 11:30 a m 3:oopm
K-eguranca. Nasaao, Ward. . . . \":(»> m Sinoptu
Sao Paulo, Barbados. Braz. . .12:00 m 3:00 pm
Ara[>ahoe. Jacksonville, Clyde l.tWyai
SATURDAY. JANARY 20.
P Lincoln Hamb'g. Ham-Am 6:00 & m »:oo a m
Oceanic. Southampton. W s.. 6:3Oam 10;Ooani
Cincinnati. Madeira. Ham-Am 8:30 am 11 :00 a m.
Oceana. Bermuda, Quebec 8:00 am 10:00 a m
Caracas, l>a Guayra, Red D 8:30 am 12:UO m
Saratoga. Havana, Ward 10:00 a m 1 :00 prn
Saba. Grenada. 10:00 a m 12:00 m
Pr Joachim Jamaica. 11-Am.ll :uO a m 1 :0O p m
Berlin. Naples. N G I> ll:0f»am
Minneapolis. T>indon, Atl Tr. It:3oam
Re d' ltalia.. Naples. Ital
Germania. Marseilles. Fabre..
Nacoochee. Savannah. Say 3:00 pm
Nuecps, Galveston. Mallory... 12:'O m
Huron. Jacksonville.. Clyde... 1:00pm
MONDAY. JANUARY 31.
Surtname, Barbados, D W I.. 11 :00am 1:00pm
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Clos« in N T
Destination and steamer. P.M.
Tahiti, Marquesas and Cook Islands.
New Zealand and Australia (except
W;-st> (via San Francisco) — Mari
posa. To-day. 6:30
Hawaii (via San Francisco) — Lurline. To-day. 6:30
Hawaii. Guam and Philippine Islands
ivia San Francisco; — U S Trans
port Jan 31, 6:30
Hawaii and specially addressed corre
spondence for Japan, Corea and
China (via San Francisco)— Ma
nchuria Feb 3, 6 :30
Japan. Corea. China and Philippine
Islands (via Vancouver and Vic
toria. B Ci— Empress of Japan.... Feb 4. 6:30
Sanioan Islands. New Zealand and
Australia (except West) (via San
Francisco)- Earl de Elgin Feb 6,6:30
Japan, fc'orea and China (via Tacoma)
Anttlochus Feb 18, 6:30
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Thursday, January
27, 1910.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Allianca. Cristobal January 21. to th«
Panama Railroad Ss Line, with 37 passengers,
mails and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 6a m.
Steamer Calderon (Br), Santos January 1, Rio
de Janeiro 2. Bahia 12 and Barbados 20, to Busk
& Daniels, with one cabin passenger, malls and
mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 10:45 p in, 2t>th
Steamer Ancona (Itali. Philadelphia January
26. to Hartfleld. Solarl & Co. -with one cabin
and 84 steerage passengers and mdse, in tran
sit. Left Quarantine at 8:45 a m.
Steamer Nor (Nor), Cardenas January jo to
the Munson Ss Line, with sugar. Arrived at the.
Bar at 10 p m. 26th.
Steamer Fert (Ital), l.armer December 30
Oran January 7 and Lisbon 11. to Simpson.'
Spenco & Young, with mdse. Arrived at the Bar
at 2 a m.
Steamer Mora (Br), Huelva January 8, to
Bowring i Co, with ore. Arrived at the Bar
at 7:15 a m.
Steamer Paloma (Cuban). Cardenas January
17. Sagua Ib, Calbarlen 21 and Matanzas 22. la
the Munson Ss Line, with mdse. Arrived at the
Bar at 3:30 a m.
Steamer New York, Southampton and Cher
bourg January 19 and Queenstown 2o to the
American Line, with 173 cabin and 44"'steerage
passengers, malls and mdse. Arrived at the
Bar at 5:21 a m.
Steamer Oceana (Gen, Bermuda January 25.
to A E Outerbridgo & Co. with 93 passengers,
malls and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 4- 42
a m.
Steamer Kuropa (Ital), Genoa January it.
Palermo and Naples 14, to Hartfield. Solar! &
Co, with 62 cabin and 327 steerage passengers
and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 1 a m.
Steamer C F Tietgen (Dam. Copenhagen Jan
uary 13. Christlanla 15 and Christlansand 16. to
Funch, Edye & Co. with 78 cabin and 2W steer
age passengers and mdae. Arrived at the Bar
at 5:40 a m.
Steamer Italia' (Br). leghorn January <>.
Naples 12 and Palermo 13, to Henderson Bros,
with 20*5 steerage passengers and mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at 4:0« a m.
Steamer Zacapa ißr. new, 3.122 tons). Santa
Marta January 20. to the United Fruit Co with
fruit. Arrived at th« Bar nt 10:15 a m.
Steamer Shirley (Br), Antofagasta November
3. Iqutque 7. caleta Buena 12. Montevideo De
cember 7. St Lucia 29, Charleston January 21
and Newport News 25. to Wessel. Duval & Co,
with mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 11 a m.
Steamer Texan. I*iierto Mexico January 20
via Delaware Breakwater 27. to the American
Hawaiian Ps Co. with mdse. Arrived at the Bar
at 1:40 p m.
Stwuner Glenwood (Rr). Guantanamo January
10. to the Munson Ss Line, with sugar. Arrived
at the Bar at 5:30 p m.
Steamer Guiana (Br). Pemerura January 15
and St Thomas 22. to A X Outerbrldge & Co
with i.-ißs<>!ik»ts. malls and mdse. Passed in
Sandy Hook 7:55 p m.
Steamer Manna Ham. Baltimore, to the Now
York and Baltimore Transportation Co. with
mdse. Passed In Quarantine 6:45 a m.
Steamer Jamestown. Newport News and Nor
folk, to the Old Dominion Ss Co. with passengers
and mdse. Passed in Quarantine 2:35 p m
Steamer I.aritner. Port Arthur January 20 to
the J M Guffey Petroleum On, with oil Off
Highlands l:Sfl p m. '
Steamer Huron. Jacksonville January 24 an!
AMUSEMENTS.
METROPOLITAN OPERTFoDSE
Evenings at "- Saturday Matine* at ■
This Aft. Nt I :3o— Siegfried. Him Gadskl
Homer. Alten; MM. rturrlan. Kelss, Eoomer'
(Jorltz. Blass. Conductor. Hertz.
To-night — Gertnanht. Min»a. Destlnn. Hellane
Spnrkes; MM. Caruso. Amain. Pinl-CoMl'
Dldur. Rossi. Conductor. Toscunlnl.
Sat. Mat. — Orf«>o. Mm M . Delna (debut>
Gadskt. Gluck. Sparkes. Conductor. TQacanlal'
Hat. Evg.— HaenNel und Gretel. Mm.. a Alt.,,
MattfHii. MelUchlk. Wlckham: M. Gorlt"'
Cond.; Hertz. Cavullerln ltiiNtlcnna. Mm.s
Destlnn. Maubourg; MM: Martin. Gllly. r n n<l"
TaiißO
Hun. Evg.— GRAND CONCERT. Me to si :„•>
Soloists: Mine. PREMSTAD; MM. i\t.|,,u
KER. WHITEHII.I.. Th* ARION BINOINO
SOCIETY of Brooklyn fond Mr. Crthi»
■ Imiiib Met. Op. Orch. Cond.. Mr. Bondli
NEXT WEEK: Mon. Ev K ._Cav. KimttraM
and Pugliucil. Tuts. Aft. at 1:30 — «. ( , tt rr
ilurmmrriinic. Wed. Pi,; Don l'. 1,,|1 „|i I ,il r and
ballet Yiennu Wnll/fi. Thur« Evg.. T;W
TrUtun und lnolde. Krl. Kvi. — Al<"iN»'n<|r»
Ntradelhi and Ballet Vienna Wnlt.tr-.. S;it. Mai
at 2:30— lv Itolu-mr. Mmes. Farrar. Sparkes'
MM. Jadlowker. Amato, lUdur. de Segurola'
Gianoll. . v.nd.. Podeatl. Bvg., double bill -
Ir» Kluvolii Mmes. Alt»n. Maubourg; MM
Clement. Dnvaux. Re|«s. nntirgeols. Regis'
Cond.. Halts. And > lrnn> Waltzen «Ball
• •ond.. nendlx.
At the N>»v Theatre.
Next A\e*k: Thtirs Aft.— Manon M,, ,
Aidn. Dobola; MM Cl»mant, Dulllloy. il« Se KU J
rola. Cond.. Podostl. Frl. Km, — KIMr fnij.
At Hie llr.Mkl.«n \.-,.<lr mj „t - Mu-I<\
One block from Hi« Klathuah Avo. Subway St »
Mon. Evg.. .Lan 31 — r » OUvnlo. Mm, „
All«>n. Matii.ourj. mm Clement. Regis. Devaux
Ri-lss. Bum C'"i» »^ond., Herts
WEBER PIANO USED.
hS acr'c4?lV;Thna c r 'c4? lV ;Th n M?T~|S «n
Hand) HOOk I' ' s P '■' &&& J.n«T •» to
Steamer San Jarlnto, Calv^ton .lantia
the Mallory Ss Co. with pan-'Tiirrr* arM nil -*'
Anchored off Scotland Mshtshln «.-•» P m
nook Roma, reported as .".23 >• • *p<-cted to dock
Hook at *:?,o p m yesterday. Is expected to aocK.
thin forenoon. „., H
Sandy Hook. N J. Jan 27. »::U> P «£r*ls?J
west, moderate breeze; cloudy and ha»y; light
sea.
SAILED.
Steamen. parlma (Br). Demerara: J II Dev
ereux. Baltimore; Hamilton. Norfolk and New
port News; Allegheny (lien. Inagua; Clty t or
Savannah. Savannah; Ancona T'ai». »•**■
Mexico <Kr), Havre; Ells« Marie (Ger». Flushing;
Gallia (Fr). Marseilles; Joseph W Fordney.fea
bine; I* Touralne <Kr), Havre; /l-'-n .-.en.
Bremen: Metapan (Br). Kingston; Indianapolis
(Br), Brunswick; Dominic (Br). Maranham;
Mcrida. Havana; San Giorgio <Ital>. Naples-
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED.
Havre. Jan 27. 11 a m— La Lorraine (Fr).
X' I York. _
Fa**, .lan 2TV— Napo (Br). New York via Bar
bados.
Southampton. Jan 2*>— Magdalena (Br). New
York, via Kingston. Colon, etc. .
St. Thomas. Jan 2S~ Moltke (tier). New lork
for Ia Guayra, etc.
Bahla Rlanca. .Lan 9 < hipana (Br). New
Yoik via Norfolk for Valparaiso.
Suez. Jan 27— Axenfels <Ger>. Calcutta and
Colombo for Boston and New York.
St. Thomas. Jan 28--Bluerh*- r H>r». New
York for I'ara, H.tliia. etc.
Auckland. Jan 27— Star of New Zealand law*
.\en York via Melbourne, etc.
Genoa. Jan 24— Duca degll Afcruzzl tltal). New
York via Naples; Montserrat (Span). New Tom
via Barcelona.
Stettin. Jan 2."> — Paula ««»r». New York
Rotterdam, Jan 2G--Deutschland (C»r lanii).
New York.
SAILED.
London. Jan 27— Mlnnewaska «Rr>. New York
Queenstown. Jan • 27. • - V m — Adriatic i Hr '.
Southampton and Cherbourg for New "rk
Palermo. Jan 27. « p — Regina d" ltalia <ltal».
Genoa for New York.
Amsterdam. Jan 25 — Excelsior tGer). New lork.
Barbados. Jan 25— Thames (Br). New York la
Kingston. Colon, etc. for Southampton;
Algiers. Jan 23— Argentina (Aust). Naples, etc,
for New York.
Llbau. Jan 23— Lituanla 'Russ). New York.
Genoa. Jan 25— Oceania (Ital), New York.
:." ' *,"■. PASSED.
Gibraltar. Jan 27— America (Ital). New York for
Naples and Genoa.
Klnsale. Jan 27— Terence ißr). New York' for
, Manchester.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE NEW^) THEATRE
Cent. Park W.» 62- $% sts.TeI.SSOOCoI."
IS ON -SUBSCRIPTION
PERFORMANCES
THIS WEEK:
SATURDAY MAT. & EV6.
SEATS IX ALL PARTS OF THE
HOI NOW (IN SALE.
Tickets for AH Performances, Two Weeks
in Advance, Ordered by' Mail 'or
Telephone. Will Be Delivered
by Messenger to Any Ad
dress In Manhattan.
Shakespeare's Charming Comedy
TWELFTH NIGHT
Galsworthy's Drama! Buihiii Better's Comodr
QTBIPP A big nnu Is uncommonlj
£> I MI I" fc. p| ay UUR bright —Post
about big things. iAn unalloyed delight.
I — The Sun. — The Press.
To-night at 8:30 . . . Don
Sat. Mat. 2:15 Twelfth \i*ht
Bat. Eve, S:ls Twelfth Night
NEXT WEEK:
Men . Tuea. & Wed. Evgs. A Wed. Mat..
Twelfth Night; Thurs. Mat. i Opera Manon;
Thurs. & Sat. Evgs.. The Nigger; Frl. E> ?.
(Opera). Elislr d'Amore; Sat. Mat., The
School for Scandal.
Prices: Drama, $2 to 50c; Opera. $.". to $1.
HIPPODROME
Dally Mats.,2. Best Seats $1. Ev.S. 25c-$1.50
V Trip I Ballet I Innide I 10 New
to Japan | of Jewel* | the Earth Cirrus \i-t»
D4LH MAXIHE ELLIOTTi n nf^ .c,
COMEDY ■ M "a^.S^, THE WATCHER
H A C KETT. Andrew Mack in Prince of Bo-
Mat.Tom'w hemla.with Christie Mac Donald.
BROADWAY. Eve.S:l3. llat.To-mo«^r.2:ls
The .loll* Bachelor*. with Nora Bayeiu
LYRIC |Evw.S:ir,. Mat.To-morrow. Tk- City
Uln '^J Hyde Fitch's Greatest Play. * "B "Ity
Alaxine Elliott's. Ev».8:30 Forbes-Robertson
Mat. To-morrow. 2:30. rOrDBS-nOoCrtSOH
in The Passing of the Third Floor Bark.
CASINO. Eve. 8:13. Mat. To-morrow. 2:13
— THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER—
RMnU !B'y&3Oth Eve 20. I Cyril Scott in "
O'J UU Mat To-m'w. 2:20. The Lottery Man.
Lew Field*' lEvs.B:ls. Mat.To-mor'w. ] la
HERALD BO.ILEW FIEIJ>S as Old Dutch.
WEST END. MARGUERITE CLARIf
Next Week ANDREW MACK
IVI A HATT A !\I opera house.
lWl^ml-«JIl/^a I^l^ 34th St Rth v ;
To-night at S — SAMSON" AND DELILAH.
Mlle.Gerville-Reache. MM. Dalmores, Dufranne,
Crabbe, Valller, Venturing Dir , M de la
Fuente. Sat. Aft— GRISEI.IDIS. Miss Gar
den; Mmes. Walter-Villa. Duchene; MM. T>al
mores. Dufranne. Huberdeau. Villa. Scott.' Dir..
M- de la Fuente. Sat. Eve. ( popular prices) —
TROVATORE. Miles. Baron. D" Alvarez: MM.
Zerola. Crabbe. Dc (Irazla. Con<3.. M. Anselml.
Sunday NUht. B:3O DR. I.UDWIG WIiLL
NKR, the World Famous Lleder Singer, and.
Mmes. Grippon. Duohene; Miles. Gerville-
Reache. Miranda: MM. Duffault. Dufranne,
Crabbe. Huberdeau. and Entire Manhattan
Orchestra. Dlr., M. de la Fuente.
NEXT WEEK -■>-# .- ''■'
Mon.— TALES OF HOFFMANN. Mites. a - a -.
llerl. Trentlnl; MM. R.-naud and regular cast.
Tues. (at 8:30> — First time in America
RICHARD IT 1 IT l» T D A
strains' *-• *-» I-> *V 1K A
Wed. — THAIS. Mi«s Garden. M Renaud etc
Frt. — GRlSK.l.iniS. Miss Garden and reg. cast'
Rat. Aft.— SAMSON AND DELILAH. Mil*!
D'Alvarez. MM. Dalmores. Dufranne. etc. Sat.
Eve. (pop. prices'* — BOIIEME. Mine. Carmen-
Melts. Mile. Trontini. Mr. McCormack, M. Sam
marco, etc.
Seats, all above, nnw selling.
PROGRAM TO BE~PLATED RT
BUSONI
Wed. Afternoon. Feb. nth. Nt 2-30.
At < VRNFGIF. HALL.
I. Four Transcriptions by Busonl:
Bach Adagio and Fuc.i
Beethoven Ecossalses
Mozart Glga. Bolero c Variazion*
Paganlni Introduslone c Capriccin
11. Chopin J4 p>*lu<l.^
111. Liszt sonata In one movement '
CHICKERING PIANO USED.
Concert Director M H. HANSON. 437 sth aye.
SThe BelascoT 44th St nr TTway. EvS-tIT
TVYVESAN I Mats. Thura. A- Sat.. "•»" liv"
& ! THE LILY
DCI iCPfI Theatre. West 4_'d St. Eve. <« ! ...
DLLAuUU Last Matinee Saturday. 2:15.
I.V>T :> TIMES.
IS MATRIMONY A FAILURE?
NEXT TVESOAY. Peats Now.
CHARLOTTE WALKER i n
WALTER'S JUST A WIFE.
CARNEGIE HALL This Iftarnoon -
KREISLER
Tiintn vionx recital:
Tickets lir. to *'i. Boxes $12 t 4 $|.%, at Hall.
CABNEGIK II AI. i 7.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON. January ;nth
PHILHARMONIC T^ J\ .,.
GUSTAV MAHLER conductor
JOSEPH WEISS. MaM
"FANTASTIC" Symphony — Berlioz.
IQTnn By. 4.'.th sr Ev * 8 13 Mats. Wed
flO lUn & Sat.. 2:15. Wed. Mat $|-?,'
i; I'£'v SEVEN DAYS |
ACADEMY OK MIiSU:. Evg 5,.-V i
chJuhcey oSir # ;
I'.pular rHvaa. Va- „ A
O. Warner^ Jimmy Valentine
Oaiilwi tiim. iv ■> v i a9t «>„!, »/
I"X HUH I..HN ok IIKTHI Mil M "
HHP toTnight^;
KJQTH * ritoi roic> mi:s u VV rxv i
STH AYE ' ' L J *"^»««Wft
*»M™ SJuv-^M 1 " ow * r d Kyi, M,Tr,!l
■ v ' ' v "• * Otto, oth,-r«
!?»!«e ■■■.-;- ....-;
TliriTDs. nrlst l. tha Furestor-s Pau^h-
I»LK\ TRK ter ).Sat.Mat..-I>.r v,,.^^^"-,.
HAMMERSTEIN'S
n UI " ntnO I Lin O Murphy & NichoU
" Bmstantlai Byidanc*. am) S Others
" - ht
y.''«iCHOf^g. Wmt . t -• it I Columbia «v»
=»«.!!.• t apt - Jtt ,. Crawford. MonologUt.
\\^w\ To-day it's your turn
to celt by \\ '■
Bargains all down the lln». •
Hoys' "Star" blouses, the?!
81.00 and $1.3,3 qualities that J
mothers know so well as stand- .\
ards of value.
Tot of th» ?1.00 kiu.l.
r."«S of th» $»..*.> kln4.
55c.
Hoys' neglige shirts— also all
•Stars."
•Si. oo and $1.50 Vegularlv.
SSC of the $l.ftn kirrl
Sr.rt of the $1.00 Vlnd. :
6.3 c
*
Boys' scarfs with a saving of
50 cents on every three you buy.
•2987 fifty cent scarfs.
3.5 c.
i for $1.00.
Bows* suits show savings.
For instance, we've now about
.300 Norfolk and Double breast
ed suits that have been marked
down $6 or $8 i suit— not to
speak of lesser reductions.
><„.,(). ' $8.50, $10.50 and
-,'..")() now.
Boys" Ion; trouser suits m\w> r»fiuc*i..
AT THE I3TH ST. ONLT.
266 pairs of boys* shoes
mostly laced.
Sizes & to 5*4 width "C."
SW> worth S3 M tV !
-< <vo-th S3
?S worth ?~.s<>.
$1.65.
Rogers Peet & Company. >
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren st. 13th st. 34th st.
AMUSEMENTS,
NEW YORK'S LEADING TW-ATHES 1 SUCCESSES
CUDIDC B'way and 40th St. Eves. <» X*.
blnrinC Last Mat. To-morrow. 2:13.
LAST 2 NIGHTS. LAST MAT. TO-MOR'T.
SIR CHARLES WYNDHAM
MISS MARY MOORE
aa r a n L ;rTHE MOLLUSC
NEXT MONDAY
Ethel Barry more
I YPEIIIf l ' - " B'way. F.v- a
VM'IIIKR Bill. lF Bl KKF FRU MFH
BILLIE BURKE MRS . „„
By W. aOMMXBKT MAfGHAM
unncny 44th st - nr - B*^ay. Ev e . *m
nUUdUiI Mats. To m A W-d.. MJ
"COLLIER NEVER FUNNlEß.**— Tta*s-
WM. COLLIER -i VC £\t.m.
HUDSON THEATRE. Special Mat'i--*
TO-DAY MATINEE 11 3. also Next Tv>»S.
Mon.. Tues.. Thurs. and Frl. at 3.
RUTH ST. DEMS la gggj
ClifnV «iv and :Uth St. Eves. Sjtßl
OmIUI Last Ma-i!i»» To-morrow. TAX
HtnnY KILLER faith bcalcs.
By the Author of THE GREAT DIVIDE
SSPSSSayII FRANK KEENAN
(Seats Now.) || j n THE HEUiHT*.
RADDiPsf a '■ >> St • nr - Bvray. Evr S:ls
UAllillun Mats. To-m'w « Wed-. 2:13
"A» lovable as Rip Van Winkle." — T>!»eram
OTIS SKIMMER ln T^R vv I BLB
By Booth Tarkinston and H. L. Wi!»ja.
Criterion Mat To-morrow. 2:t3.
"A» Tender n» Little lord Fauntlert>».
FRANCIS WILSON •g£Ss£
THE BACHELOR'S BABY.
KNICKERBOCKER BMB M a at: V^^lT
THE DOLLAR PRINCESS
CHAKLESniLLIMUIAM'S !Eve S IS.
GLOBE THEATRE !S^
B'W.W * 4fith STR. !Sat. at 2:li
MONTGOMERY & STONE ',:, D
BURTOH HOLMES: SICILY
AND AVIATION WEEK AT RHEIMn
SHOWING AVIATORS IN FLIGHT. SCN
EVE.. S:3t>. 'ARNEOIE HALL: MON. *
TrES. at 3. LYCEUM THK\ E^
NEW AMSTERDAM WSBSSSa
T^i>«t '2 Nisrht«. Ijist Matinee To-morrow-
THE BARRIER ~
WED. MX VKB. 2. Svats No*.
HENRY W. SAVAGE will offer
MADA M E X
The Drama that Thrilled All Paris.
I IDCDTV THKA.. W. «3t St. Ev** «
LIDCm I Mats. To-mor'w a W*J . I
"Don't Mia* It at Any Cm*." Eve. Sua.
The Fantastical Musical ComeJy.
THE ARCADIANS
With It, Wonderfal C»%t nt »••.
New York T»^\.. >«ar * 4-Mti St
n6W I Ori\Ev«.S:t.%. Last "Mat. Tom*
we S e T k IHiTCHCOCK
%* ILEitl | ,n, n rO H.\>'> Musical Hit.
THE MAD SS& BROADWAY
NEAT MOXPAY. Seat Sa!» >'»*•
MAX ROGERS , >l :',, v ,V,'. >
Mur,^:, THE YOUNG TUB!
GAIETY [fut) £iSS &es "i 7^
I^v^itm JOHN B4RRYMORE
JOE WEBER'S HB £ RT DIXEY
Last Mai. To-morro«. i in MR. ci i tit* _
RULt'NIML j««r and"'"*.* toti VIuJ
" t»aiiy_Mat. •»». I tumi A Co.. <>* »« e JL^_ . — ;
HUIUDD4 Mt*a Kannle Ward. ~VL*
ALKfllnDnA Udm s i.^>-.- w» >£
**l.ally Mmutar. wards. Stuart V*tW»±Ji2-
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS. „
BKOOSVI \ \I»I-M\ of mcsic.
TO-XUJUT AT B:t3. -.y
PHILHARMONIC socl £
' GUSTAV MAHLER
— - OR. LUDWI WUELLNEB - rt -

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