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The New- York Tribune
Main Office.^;
vi'T'i«\ I T ~>~ r. mr>« nro»dw»y.
Will critic tji- li.n'irV one hnnrjcolorerj
jihiv.eti»ur» rPi«ro<li»cUp*i nf
BABY STUART
Van !>><»■'» Tinnui p»int!r|t, on fin? plate
pair . lo\klS%.
!F I?T MAIL *AA two <212 1 Aai ■» paS»
a^t. and »rtl» »«^«» -««d «ddrea» plainly.
REALLY DRY SUNDAY
C«Mitfnne<l frmw «lr»- PMre
women anrt three men. charjrr-rt with dis
orderly conduct. Cortes wns held in the
yt«-m ajda Oasri by M.-.cstrat*- p.-:tts in
$T*¥t b ial :n Special Sessi"- - ■ n
tbt el las enaxi Bji other pfAons
.•irr«"fi r -V v ;th I'ie exception of one man.
vVir.. t}.e pnHoer.ien paid, was so drunk
that he «at tmahl* 'j» make any disturb
ence, v -ere T^ned .*"• • s\'h
Rea Rooms Business in Harlem.
In Harl- B many Of the pal. ions vlth
out hotel Doenats BJCra c ' Bans
I ■ • Ben mbl d ■■
c::st« EDSrsf rr.^ney in rear FOOSBS. afsat
of Ihafta BMtSj j'lW'iTi l north of l^th
rtr< et. eaud I Lenas at enue.
Jn The P.rorix. especially alone Third
a\«r.';r. there vas not much ne. d of
dep l'ondenry or, Hal pnrt nf th*" 1 man who
v.anted a drir.k He wan toh] to co '^ay
"naik ;mu fit -'. )\\ n.
Deputy P'l-.'-e CornmiKFinr.er Reynolds
tnok a s ; *y-mile trip thmuph th*> pOrsaßas.
o! P.rof.kH n yep»nrday »nd paid after
ward trm :,pi« pef.r«Pd to be all
ripht. Bars were prftcticaHy all exposed
to \ lew.
CLEMENT'S COLLECTIONS LARGE.
Albr.r,'" . Apri ?) S:«te Kxci^e ("ommls
p;.:)-r < Jemer.t ;: ••f that from October
I, Da\ bo April M inpt his Ocpartmeal tSf-
If ;od • i<>-:« and peraitief in bond ac
tions r.nd cancf'lation prooaoSJnaja StSVI
j>;>r»., which is mor» than $36/JW in rabeSa
d r \ * t^tai eavenaai I • •saarjsaaal
durirjt :he pame j^riod. -
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ROBBER KILLED BY PARTNERS
One of the McKees Rocks Bandits
Coafesses Before He Dies.
■1; n Meti ;■■!•■ tv. •' ■ m ■ 1
PittFriurg. April 24 —A quarrel h^t«'w*n
\\ rf , P bank HMxn occurred n»«r Beaver
last nip.: Bvei ■• <ll»*Mon < r ■ ■ stalls,
I ■ ' ;^^ a r^ult «'f Ui^ftKli' ' /r ' » Polnvic.
„..- • • . . ■ ••! x'.:r H- >V«r \ ii!« v
Boapitai M *ej Jlefor* dying 1-e i»; fwij
by the BtfltMM Ur* t>. have made « fui!
Ti ■elnii <.f parUciaßtitai :n th« robbety
• • . Cteter Bankji ffl McKflea Backs;
>•• ::n . i.iiiiut ten «iay*- slaoe. < robbery in
v . . • m (dler. a a rVtedxnaa. and tiie
•;■ Scbvsrts. were snot flesd.
it ,s understi I ' the robbers got
• «' .mU SbKB) that time, an •■rl
log •„ • . • • ■ aaai SjksC ''i^v aava been
I ■ • . woods Polovic declare.! ..n
hi.- o*-:.: I I : utuua. arhe belpei
Nlh the l>ank. ki'led him in a ficM owar
Kbe apofla, bnriad stem ihe Nfeben I I
fidabte murder.
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' WOLTER IN TOMBS CHAPEL
Murderer Begg for Privilege of Attend
ing Religious Services.
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SCHWAB TO eUILD RAILWAY LIME.
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AUBURN'S 9CTH COMMENCEMENT.
Th' nirnt !•■•.(■, I'tnirmnonxM ul Auhurri
Thei.locK-al S- •:.::. nr- \\.;i I .♦■ -i-. . .•'
/. .' • N \ >n Tukf4h>'. W'-iine^"]. I
Tliui>:. Ha i« *« ••: "■
pmlni t in - «- •«;:) i' :u tddnssi bjr ibe
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y.>«k fltv. 'ii. .. • • ■ • . :,:ijt»' :
... t a-j :• • ■ ■ V.
})er:lrJt .Tot.n«OB). *' St ly.il>. f|p- Jt# v
I I. Of •.'•:;>. S. T ,
Jo: i. »\ Paaaai • ■ .■ B*mam j Rt' Slate,
gad Dm K* x Al^csndct <'•. Can^roa, of
■ •„. 1.-i.v T ... • ■ .t s . • r»« lift uttrr Pirt
"A T<wo-Vuic Wjdk m Ever* ho tie. "
ItyCT AW ] '"in m— you it.
I w\ fc» ■ I • •
r«fo tine l'"i.. is:*
<::n:«>:». < it»r» or over li.-'-ljeii' » !imi. any
tiim
-..MV^iMiiMWnv ;, % ,fir ....I.: rg
J *•, r— -i- A v:> / »nvi»"'*"r.(| t&M tt
jfcETAW
IC CT "t" X \i'<i ll* inv aiuat.i* tot
tTHOS, ;u« k ►!*ik::'i^ nio-fd MM. l:«e-
MMM I > !h«- iwiiin^ „*!>«'>»•"• an-1 •«►
piled to Uik ■mi lutN i.'i»» fciid •<«.■««*
X*..i»»- in -- •■» York.
£»i n !*t>Kii I'jittlwi In pi"M» **!».
BoJC ty ALk«-i. V.«f* ' ' ; ; - "' »■;'*"
STORM IS LESS Sffif.
— — — — — •— — jr
Shifting of Wind' May Mitigat
Crop Damage.
SNOW IN A DOZEN STATES
Ground Left in Good Condition
and in Many Places It Will
Be Reseeded.
«*hi'.".co. April 21.— TVFplte the ailmott un
precedented storm that ••■\-;t over a down
RStlti in the laM forty-* i. -'lit hours, and
r.uctnmrrt prediction of more cold aii'l
HWV, the >!iifti:iK of tba v i'u] t<> IBS
nortJicaA promises ••■> miticnte extensive
eranj asiaasa in the HaaSta, \v.-si.
1 A .canvass of ttH Mti:ati< n wn that
fnßtMl ilirnnp. Lay icaatted II lowa, Illi
aofa, Indians and OMa Greatly Kdnced
fruit crops ami loss of early corn a:' • • I
tain in pnmc places. BepOftfl from the
Northwest indicate that barley, oats, tf
:u..l corn were badly <lamac- <1 by,, the old.
So ticßk howevrr, still i!= In tin*' cum'.i
1..11, Far iUi:phir.K. and it is r.ot too late
for reseeding.
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Miss>s-;;<. T. ••:< -see and Aikansas n
;.. --v c'-nw t?.:it .•-;.!■ l -ii ■'.•■ lUMff bBS
bean <V>ne ! • •• DOMesi April weather en
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STORM IS WIDESPREAD
Killing Frosts Reported from
Points West and South.
•■* vrlan.l. April H— Killing: frosts have
reported Hi tfij tan fftlf Ily nil
tfco pi :.<-i; -;il Batata in OUft In Columbus'.
«":nrir.n.iti md Cleveland' the Uiercurj Ml
■ •!;■• freestas paint on latardai risht,
:■■'. .1. aeeardnss to the I ■ d Bate
James Kenaaljr. the imi:ie<l:at'ly outlook Ii
fr"M. sr,"\v and rain.
He added thai the sree of b»oi lwnuwa»
t!:re rxt> -nds dnv nt"n t" tibe < ' :irolir.as and
f -ouphout the HIM < (Teal trosi and bbow
n.ay ;>«=• Mill cx;>e -ted.
It Paul. April Zi. The ipmiwit'iro has
v-e^n Bteajtf rnaag la dM iftertnwesl since.
nii.'niphT. «r.<] IttdlcatJoaa to-r.ipht at* to*
■iaimai OJwalMr. Reports from the entire
'Northwest indicate that hariey. «.;,'«. rye
and eon a* re tMhdly damaped in pwtfU
.;,iy> BOM wsvf, a'thouph the sol] Ft ill js
In Rae ceooH m D ■ pßMajbtng and it >* not
tba ln'tc for rcsee.Mrc. Final! eardeners and
t! -::iT KTOONn ■Ufffrtti heavily.
. JfT HI 1 jl -'^iJ' -1- - Ti.o back)>one of
yrMerday's Btonfa in Wisconsin baa> bSeB
I Token and by noon to-morrow normal ron
c.iiion« Kffl t* ' «• V ace. rditm :•> Major
ii. h BanacVf of tba Weather Barsaa.
■The ■aSfitttS of Itaa v.in.l t.< the north
aaal last nipht awa all thai ana 4 ■ aTsaa
tma *"• •■t .•• Mr Haraey wait to-<iay. ■•Ttie
preamt tggmioa.ture^ arblcb bi above the
: • • 7. r.v !'"in'. arfQ bbAb i&uth <>f the <laii
ace v. ro'jpht to vaajataxß)B) !'y, ?at .niays
srorm."
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N;i*by:!>, Tfn . April 24.- -At tin;-- KB*
■ ■ ™>^, ittDrin pmp<.rtio«n. Buiitai ■■!
hr.o« rue ihtfTmittpfit here thrbujrhn i 1 to
day. T ■ a4faß4beai themfonaiar reajba
tered 41 ilecaaaa, al iNpa. U waa : ■•' ;•
;!.is morning^ «'!i> - u(i.« t>roi^A>Ji*' j^IU |irp|r«'iil
■ • -.-sT'iv-ni^rht. S" far th» dan^aisc fn Tefl
■ ■ See Crata die pp p«il <•. ■ au baeai
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BIG OIL COMPANY FORMED
Twerty Million Dollar < ".on to
Exploit Oil ft
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CHILD MISSING TWO DAYS
Five-Year -Old Girl Disappears Whil*
at Play in Streets.
; ; ■ »■ ..]<!. Of N
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: tram bar Mi ■ bj bar |
M «;' s l" v| "• • -•' n <.m
t ami plajrlag la tba au«a<
r bar i ■: •■' '"-< ■> !•••'"• • ■■' " ■
■, i ; . . ■ .. • \- ■ ■ .: ::,'•
I apfM h
• rr In (%aao<
:.ii,,k. • .! m<- '•?;:• > ■■ ••:' i«">i
• ■ .i M \ [a !• i rri"tl.'T'- ■ ' • i ■■
■ ' Mil
. . .- • trday iba «oi i>- r
i rran Mn Barm tl to ptaj m th«
..i. u: lust bctora Dooo, •^■••' •■> flaap*
1 ,i«ai«i.
NEW-YORK DAILY TMBI'NE. MONDAY. AFRH, 2.".. 1010.
WEDDING AN "AWFUL SIGHT"
Philadelphia Rector's Views on
Drexel-Gould Ceremony.
|By Nairn h to Th '~ Tribune. 1
I'hikulHphin. April M. Paying that
■meant display of plutocratic wealth
stirs uj» th. spirit of annrrhy in the
h«arts ..f want MTMTI and toilers. th«*
Rev. Dr. <;»<ir(?o i'liahn. rs hniond. in
his :?n..n this morning .it St. John's
Epis«opai I'hurrh. denounced the displaj
at tho QoQld-Drexd ireddlnc
"What an nwfu! right that was." ho
snil. "at the O<>ul<l- I»rox«-1 ■ eddtnaj in
N'i\v York, \\hc-r»- CltlWda foupht and tor.
,.!!(• anothfr's> hats simply to m a very
..rdinary sight.
' Tli. lritl«' was ■ >;irl unknown in our
\. ( >rld Of moral upbuilding and reform, a
pirl who inherit.« wealth' l.uK.'ly made l»y
; , grai whose HWtbodl would Dpi
l>e cotanteimni »■■! in tIMM «lays; a Rirl
■rbo has nothing to boMl of except thin
iii<>n«-y. ,
•She was married to ■ fOttth who hM
never hel(io(l any BOCml, religious or
BjOraJ movement in his rity in any ex
vf'litional degree. The pageantry of the
;i:fair was aaßßAUottml and vulgar.
• in the end the pair will probably lan 1
in the divorce court ; s a bad anil pensa
ti..?ial b< pinninp mwifirai l>ad ending."
MR. BRYAN AN ELDER.
Formally Installed in Presbyte
rian Church Near His Home.
IRy I |I*| Bto Tb- Trihune.l
Lincoln. Neb.. April 24.— 1n the little
Westminster PreSbyt«rlsji Church, ni.i
way between Lincoln and F;iirvie\v. W.
I. Bryan mi formally ordained and in
s-tall-.1 an eider of that denomination to
day. The ordination was conducted by
the Rev. EL B. Comtn.
The tlei won on the Mount" formed the
basis of Mr. Bryan's remarks, followinp
his ordinati<m. Mr Bryan Bald DC ac
c«pttd the eldership because it Imposed
do new obligations which be, as ■ • 'hi : ■
tiMii, had n<>t heretofore entertained. He
dwelt on the lif Of Christ and th" duty
linpoafil "ii citizens to follow the example
Of -us
Mr. Bryan irai s-too elected ■ delegate'
it-hug ■ ■ Preabyterlan Ecumenical
■:. t.. l . held ;<t Edinburgti
land. In J'ir..' He «as -..,- a dele
tbe X< hr.is-
LATHAM FALLS INTO SEA
Rescued Unhurt — Two Kings
See Flights at Nice.
Nice, April "4.— There was ■ tine dis
play to-day of aeroplane flights over th*»
.s&u. In. the j.re^en.ee Of the Kinps of Den
mark and Sweden. Five machines want
through a BSriai of evolutions, »nd Hu
bert'Latham twice accomplished a tnpht
to Antibes, fifteen miles southwest of
Nil c. and return. He started on a third
| trip, -h\n dropped into the sea. and was
i reacoeo H^urt by a torpedo boat.
WHITE AIRSHIP A WRECK
Caught in Gale — Another At
tempt to Reach Manchester.
LioMuld. Knpi.ind. April Z4J— The pale
• ;<j 's'zej attd wrecked Qraham White's
... r'-j>l;rne near this ptSC« to-day. .Mr.
\yhm< start rt from 1 .l.in for Man
dK*t«-V yo*t<niay in an attempt to win
OBM«i)l prize, but he was compelled to
sss|> : "> Ills tli«ht on accouiH of un
9vora,ble areatSer after he bad com*
).:. t».i }l.". mHea &l the dUsohce.
It will tiikr a w< •<■•!; to repair the ma
;ihin<. and Mr. whit.- hu announced hja
Flntentfon to make another attempt to
win (be : rize as 8008 as the weather is
Cat arable,
UjThita ■ aeraptan was found to !■■ .-.I
bail!- damasjed thai it must be Ws>
mantled and ■-• "t t-> London for repairs.
A FECORD TRIP REPORTED
Experts. However. Doubt Flight of 140
Miles with Passenger.
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PAULHAN TO TRY FOR PRIZE.
London, April !4.— Louia Paulhan. the
i • . aeronaut, arrhred in London t>
> inht from Pram • . and has given notice
that be wtD main an attempt to win the
150,000 prise offered by a newspaper for
. i from London t<« Manchester. He
hope* t" atari on Wednesday.
NEW AEROPLANE RECORD.
,\; Til : i Qletin H
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(hland
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AIRSHIP SQUADRON IN GALE
The P3rfeval the Only Dirigible Which
Reaches Cologne.
Bel •■ April tL Misfortune l:ns over*
taken tha attempt of Urn aerial fleet til re
tarn l!"i" Hoiniiurp. liter betas reviewed
by the Emperor. On i the Paraewal sue
In strttsstlns a^.iui--t the pale 111
1 (Totacne Tha Eepprtia It, which
. ,t s >■'< -!i>i k pi tha EoarntaSa was
(Mead i" deaeeaU a: :• i^dach la tha after*
boob near timbers. The Groat i! is be>
Ins tn : • ■■• 'to Cologne b| railroad.
ALLEGED THIEVES' WILD RIDE
CaagU in Chase, with Rig They Are
Accti?ed of Stealing.
; B CbMI mm . a Ittle -tan linp
toward a.•■. •■ mi.-. Brool '■ n,
-v. '> o aw ii n « bossy coma alonjt
Tli< v »««re lasliint,- tha bataa, \> liic ! i w:i>
I al Mrrtfle >apaad. Ib
•.).,. hi. .j ic. in< aecupanta la Btop, I'm they
■ attention to htm. ttlson Hi.
baaa, and waa Maad by PoUcamaa
-•,-■•.!, .\it.r ■\, i"I ran ef arvera]
ii,. boi ■• . a iii« ii had trfinit rs«
liau!«te<l pavf th«- ihiimiliiu paUoaßMl .ii.
„|,|,..tti.i.:!- ;.. avertafca tha rebicte. Tli.
ocrupanta, who awra arraatad, >;i»v«- tii<-ir
««• John S!;«H. ldn< ■<••• Ii ' e.iri <■!'!.
i ■. i , . i Btcphan Cattte, tajtaty "n,. ytan old.
Later a s*nWal abnna raaehad th«» ICalph
avtaue atailnw tar ■ ri» saavcttas tha <\< -
prrtptlun *'f '■■ ana found in poaaaaatan af
• . • ■ i , aMta. a<i uidinic ir, Ausual
Contlna, of Wo H lanwa itreet, fi«i was
,i.|\;i. !;. UM vi.ii, t\ of Cherry and
p . .v.it tUaeu. Maabattaa, at i o'doch
„ •.:.! monUnsi ■hen law nan artaed
me i.'f-'. and, Rfter <ii mi^^i ti« tiim (mm
11,. <:iml;i«<\ |tUßped Ii tnd <lri<\e ..rr.
ffi .i sni'! • 'ittiti van bdd l>v M>iti^lra««t
[larrta, Ut the >.ni>* avrnua liuiicc t-ourt.
:• a wiiii giMiid larceny.
NO DREAMS IDLE DREAMS
All Founded en Concrete Fact or
Previous Thought.
DR. BRILL TEARS AWAY VEIL
Three Classes of Dreams. Says
Investigator. Who Illustrates
Theory by Romance.
To th* rurrftlt niimtT M 'The pt*W York
Medical Journal" Dr. A. A Brill. I'h I>.
M I> . -rontributrs an article 00 drcamx
and their relation? to neurosl?. Up d<-
Cfauei that all dreams. iiow v»r mnelful
:inci tnconsequenl they may nppear to
tlifir authors, are In rf.ility teuaded upon
nome concrete fact or preVfottl thoiißht or
wish of Urn fx>rs"Ti ptvlnjr them MOsteaet.
Dr. Brill trH«#>(» the«onrce of and bttkf
in tho -lr.am to :he SJItISSJI Qffveks,
who bettered thai It. nan son ■ymbollcal
l»arinK on their future lives: thai it was
a framing or prophecy pi »on»ethlae] that
was to follow. So deep rooted wan this
idea among them that absolute reliance
was placed in oracular powers of the
dream. Havintj thus trncr.l the <lr««m
through its Infancy, with its attendant
plamour of mysi-ry and ssssaase, I»r. Brill
prOceeda tv tear away the Mil from the
subject and brinK it down Jo hard, scientific
fart, and to show that all dreams can be
directly traced to some previous thought or
wish on the part of the dreamer.
Influence of Psychic Forces.
Dr. I'.rii; states that the formation of
dreams is brought about by ti « working of
the two psychic forces (streams or sjra
loiit .. one of which forms the wish Of the
dream, walls the other exerts its censorship
on this wish, and thus produces the dis
t<.rti..n. Dr. Hrill then divides the dream
into the latest and manifest dream con
tents The former Comprises all the do
lush« penpory impressions which are re
called by the dreamer on awafceamg, while
the latter .comprises . the fundamental
thought* of the dream M they existed be
fore being subjected to the distortion of
the psychic censor. Th« manifest content
Of th. dream seems absurd and incoherent.
but By psyehanalvMs It can readily be
translated into the intent thoughts, which
always show the fulfilment of « wish.
Dr. Bri|i still further divides* dreams fata
three clssaea: No. l. thorn whl represent
an unrepresaed wish its fulfilled, as seen in
the po-c.illed mvehience dream*' and in
children's drcAfl&a. No. if. tho«e wlii< Ii rep
resent the r.;iiizari.n of -i repressed wish
in an entirely concealed form. No. 3, thos«
which represent the realization of a r(i
preaaed wish in ■ fown in.«umcient!y or only
partially concealed.
"Dreams accompanied b) fear," says I)r.
Brill, "are of se.xwal nature; the ideation
causti i the (ait la the dream was once :i
\\ ish wjiieli was Inter subjected to repres
sion. Tfiere are soul,, dreams of a painlul
natura arhlcn art not, however, perceived
•.< Mi'.h by the dnmmer. T!iis merely shows
the insignirli anoe awl lark of psychic va
lidity of the dream, In lhaai oaaaj aaaly
•i- ;ilw:, v shows that we .leal with the hid
den fulfilment of a repressed wish."
Illustrates Theory by Romance.
To Illustrate the relation of the dream
to tiio neurosis. Dr. Brill tells of a pa
ttettf of his, a young woman, who came to
bin for treatment of a nervous ailment
Ibr fallier hart died of nephritis and had
a "stroke" a few months before. This
young woman had everything to tare for—
money. Friends, mjtelllgaata and good
looks. One of her chief worries raa lest
something might befall her mother, and
every time her mother was away from her
s •■ w;i^ fearful for her safety. This pro
dux ell an abnormal BStetfbn for the par
ent on the part of the daughter. Accord
ing to Dr. Brill, this meant just the oppo
site, mill eras merely a aMMfMMM&tion for
in" wish that she might loco her mother.
That then was a reason for this wish
w;i^ proved later.
After much fllWlUoaJllg the young wom
an told tho doctor that she had had a
dream in whirh she -■ as In a lonely coun
try place and anxious to reach her home,
but c. uid not get there because Of many
\\ .;.]«: thai obstructed her path. While, in
tills plight *ho was mot by a ■Jock of
Chickens, Which ran after her. tiie laißffst
among them asking her to "coma witn me
into the dark."
Asked wi.at bad been the most promi
nent parl of bet dream, the roving wom
an laid t!:at it w.-.s the chickens whi.-h
had most impressed her, and the large
chicken In particular. After due elimi
nation it was brought out that the young
woman had attended a boys' and girls'
school In her netghborbod in her child
bead and thai she had a sweetheart
among her playmates, an ungainly,
long necked youth, who was nicknamed
"Chicken" by hi* feUowa, Her parents
objected to the young man's ;,ttentions to
their laughter later In life baeaose of his
BnancJal standing and the friendship was
given up, although the ftnsj woman still
•• it attached to t!ie pbjacl of her youthful
love.
By 1 ( r. Brill's reasoning the young wom
an wanted to marry the "< 'hi. k<n." and
to do thlfl it w.rs necessary that h«'r
mother die. This she wished, though 1111
.. nnriously, ami hence, Ottce more, It was
j.iovei that her dream was the fulfilment
of a wish. This particular dream was
brought t<> a happy conclusion", I >r. Kriri
-t:it<-s. by the young woman marrying the
•"Chicken" without the formality oi" losing
: ♦•! mother.
FRIDAY. MAY 13, FEARED
Being Talked of as Adjournment Date
of Legislature.
Albany. April 21. As the (bfiri nf th" legis
lative session of ISM vie drawing to s Hose
the leader* a*a debating the ndvisabilit y of
>.!«•. t i friday, May i:?. v the Ine <iie
adjournment date, !.:it the SUPCVStIfIOaS
nniniik' the legtatalori an tatctkved to avoid
a "hoodoo* finish, and the adjournment
i evolution which Is expected to go in this
week will probably fix >'<»v »•. or May 12 as
the prospective da'e, although In the
Opinion of many the work which the legis
lature has before It cannot be accomplished
In much leSS than a month.
BOY SKIPS IN "NIGHTY 1
Three Year Old Caußht on Way Back
to Old Home He Loved.
Big B4 i" O*Brtea, -■< patrotssan at
i •• . \\ . ■• Ittb st]
• t 7 o plot ..
mnrntnej :.s the poffcer of Broadway an 1
•.mi street, and pieparlng t.i turn kv be
, „ startled m ses ■ tmj while Had flmm
running stsag ♦"«■ sldewam. Hi 1*
and found a thfl ' '■' in i
Pi rehed on • »'H' k«'s shouldrr
it. uttle leUow vv.^ t:ik»-n to the station
ii the tin
Ms name :is **Jahnn| ' M. I
three mn oM, .>r Ne l>'< ffesl sMh street
h. t. .i th. Ik otenasji mat M sranted ■■
•■■ ins oiii keeas Ht He I
• slipped
. tx M.
<;..«ai.. tha bos ■ lather, rams m Urn station
SEA LIONS AT OALVESTON.
QalrSston, April r' A school of «,-., ||„ns
haw been reported In •'..ilvston nhip than
i<ei between the goeernmant jetties by «'iti>
tain Prendargasi of lbs Unllejd Stataa
dredge «3alveßton. There i- no r.-rord uf
ii, •••>•■ anlmalt having baaa seen i. ti;< .-.•
waten until nuM.
PASSING OF A GAMBLER
< i>iitiniic<! from «'•' PC
that they N.u ht thr.gamtn«> track with
the proceeds fa 'ninßl** y«*«r in another
bonss they hat! in Livingston stroet.
Brooke
Spencer D.v«»d ■ Rich Man.
"Ami Bpencer, he die«l a year or ?'» v.^
In I';.ris an.l left a wo» S2.ftOo.oi snd
not a hit nor a kin to K«-t a cent of It.
Wi •re did it go? Writ I <I"n't kn-»w for
sure, but it was ?fii<l that two women In
Paris cot the most <«f It. It's nevrnl
yenra at least since that olil house In 21th
street h«s seen any camhllnK See » \<]
John Ryal. he's yotmif»r by twenty fCMS
than IteeX, an.l he m«Kht remember
things better."
Ryal sea willing to tell that he Bad
?>een Fern to New Orleans by the gov
ernment a3 a deputy assessor richt 'ifter
Oeneral Hutlpr had tak»>n possession of
that town. His duty then was to si iz>«
tar the Untied States all the Confederate
cotton he could get. and It was after p«r
formln;? that duty that he had m't old
John Morri.«sey, and through him
"<'hari.-'" Reed, to whom he has stack
ever since. With Morrissey. ho said, he
ha.l been a dealer in th" aid National
< in!., downtown, on the site now accopiM
by the National Park Rank. "Tea, th*»
play mn. hi«h In those days," old John
admitted "There was a president of th»»
Pennsylvania Railroad one night, up at
tho house In 24th Ftre/>t. and ho said to
the boss, Til give you $10,000 for that
sideboard. "Charley." That's the side
board of carved nutwood up tlssfe row.
with ■ coal or arms of some Italian
duchy on it. and the bogs just looked at
him and said. "Wiry, I couldn't sell you
that. "Tom"; it'd break the sot.'"
VOICES OPPOSITION OF UNIONS
J. H. Hatch Says Compulsory Compen
sation Bill Isn't What Men Want.
The opposition of union labor to tho c'>m
palsory compensation Mil. designed to pro
tf»rt employes In .*>r»ain daasjvroesi oeee>
nations, which is now before the Kew York
■•cisiTtiire, iras roseed by Jam*>s H. Hatrh,
preaaSSttt of the Central Federated T'ninn,
iliiririK a dtaOaSBSBSJ on "'Justice f"r Injured
Workmen" at the Manhattan CoasjpesjatfcMß
sl Charca last evening. Joseph P. Cotton,
why baa been counsel to th** Kmployera'
Liability Commission, had explained th^
Idea of compulsory compensation, and said
that he thought the Wninwrisrht bill would
meet eonfftttuHonal objections. He advo
cated trying to pel MUM legislation that
would b*- practical.
In arimverinp th«» raj;er questions of libor
union men Mr. Hal said ■
"Tiie biil advocated by th«» commission
has not, the backing of w>rkin^men. It
has not Incorporated the feataresj labor
unions desire; so why should we waste
. n.rtv snniwillsjg 1-" Even If the bill in
cludes what are want there is no guarantee
thai the workman Will eot his due."
Mr. Hnti h mentioned .«evera! amendments
to the hill desired by union men. and said
they rrtiffhf try lator t«> amend the Consti
tution of the I'nited States.
YACHTSMEN NEARLY DROWN
Two Rescued Clinging to Capsized
Dingy for Half an Hour.
After i Imgmg te the bottom of a cap
sized dinsy for nearly hall an hour Kdward
J. Olillij.-:in. proprietor el the ChMwa Point
Inn. and Cornell ;!nn. commodore of
the -'lison Point Yacht * - lun. -were rrs
eued from IBS writer* of F.f.nK Island ?.T»irtH
>e>teril;iy afternoon. The rescuers were De»
tev.tive I.outs Schindler. of tt.e West Chester
police station, and Mnx Iteegnaoch. of
Brooklyn, who rowed out from QSSSB
I'oint <•' Ti.l drew the exhausted merv into
their boat Oilllean and Qnlun were ro
,l\ed l.y Dr. Framis Lawrei of City
island
Olliigan and Qn!nn had started for a
cnitee in a launch, but the launch was
surround* d by a school el porpoise. whtck
so Interfered with the handling of the boat
that the two men put back to the mooring
buoy, oil (Mason Point. Then they pot into
the diiißy and started for the pier. Sud
denly the dtesi •« caught in the swift
current and was overturned.
WILD AUTO COMES TO GrRIEF
[By VMajpasfi to T!i*> Trihunc 1
Atlanta! City. April 24 (Ftei-ial).— An att
tnmohiie ci-ntalnine four persons pave Ms
beevpatttS an exciting afternoon neat this
city ysstardajr a and it is only a mirai-le th.at
the whole party was not fatally injured.
The car, lu'wtvPr. was the only .ff'.M ..I.
and now lien a wreck it the junction of the
IJouh-vard and the Shore : 'id.
The machine started on its wild career
by smashing into a carriage driven by
'"Jack" Bfoom. hurling Dlsosa from his seat
and stnasliiriK the wagon. Bloom was not
seriously hurt. Without slaving speed the
car continued on its way. toward Pleasant
viUesi Just a> it was about to enter the
town it swerved from the road, track a
tr'v and I 171*0* a somersault. The BjacMafl
was eulwd ta pltcta. The awupaßt^i
however, were onl] slightly bruised. They
hired another machine ami kept on.
The authorities at Pleasantville are look
ling for these who were In the car. Biin.m
says h" will bring suit for damages if he
<viti find them.
BOY BASEBALL PLAYER DROWNED.
KunninK backward to catch a hatted ball.
trn-year-old I-ouis Hose, while ilajlng .n
ar. Open lot in Prior street, near C r rru:<!
►■mot, J. -rsey City. jresterdaj afternoon, foil
d-iwn a Bleep bank hate ■ pond abOOt twelve
tvet >!••!■. ;i:id was ilffuwasd His body,
rifter Iwinif under water about nvrntv tnin
ntaßj aras dragged out bj Tbemaa Hamtll,
« pinynmtf. befete jrooag Host's father arv!
BBOthet and his brother. Valley Rose. l*SßttJ
Itntnill and BOVetal other b<iy s carried th
body to the bey*l home. No. •"..».' Grand
street.
NEW TERRA COTTA STATIONS.
Three terra COttS nsflroSd stations !iave.
i».en i.uiit by tfv Lanlgß VaOoy Railroad
Com;>any. anil plans for a fourth are now
lieinp eonsMered. The exterior el the walls
ls> covered with srejei »n> that iii». sens
cotta til.» MseM I* not visible. Tins of the
material h:i\«' m»n that It I* us service
able as Mone or brick The new stations
ira at Honeyoy* Fails. PVaavJOaaad Inter
lik>n, N \. In addition to beapg tire
proi)f the stations have the advantage of
!.«ii!k- waiaaai in wtnter anil ceejlqa 1 in sum
mer than stations of th«- ordinary type.
for Country iKWCi.
China aii^
oUeefi
In Ca:?tetui Dcet^nfi at
/ISoOcratc priced.
itth Eve. & 30tb St.
ONE-THIRD REDUCTION
June Wedding Presents
from the
Million Dollar Stock
of
Chester Billings £& Son,
Formerly RarHel. Baremore At Billings.
If you contemplate buying Diamonds. Per i Jewelry. Silverwart or
Bronzes, anticipate your w*nts and buy to-day is the 3is a bora Me sav:-.^
Billings Store Opposite the Waldorf 34 St., 5 Aye.
CANAL FAIR GEIS A BOOST
Director General Here from San
Diego with an Aid.
The pannma-Califnmla exposition to b*
held in 1 15 In c^'ljratinn of th»> comple
tion of the Panama •.'anal s^nt two »l»>le
gnt*s ie Pfeei York ft iaerdßjr< bearing >»
me!»!«n«;e from the city and county of San
Di^er". Cal . to If en York in B»>n»-ral and *.o
ex- President Roosevelt in partiful ir
Colonel D C <■■•; i<T. director a;»n»ritl of
the pronpectlve San r>t»-Ko exposition, an I
his willln? aid. Robert K. «*nnnollv. re MM
aatajpstoa^ ■d they cam* with a trt:nk Till
of compelling facts ahour what San I>i««o
can do rir.'l is K"tniK to «10.
Colonel Collier was ttasj • both aho'if
the plans and what already has heen ac
complished by the CMMMbbM city. H
laid stress eat the fact that S;in l>i«co is
the first port of call in the T'nited State*
as the heats crime up from Panama. ,in<l hr
added th.-it ir is the first port of call north
of the .Mexican h'r;ndary lin*. as well as
bavins, beta Urn Oral port on 'ne awjflbHß
'as: of the ll r •■-•,• to h* reached by
the dlscov* tts.
The cn'onel was jijst full of "boost" frr
San I>te« >, even mitslde of the prospective
exposition. Ha saM rhnt ther*> w»-re six
teen different kinds of sCSDj-prci SfSBBI
that cannot he found in the world outside
of Pan I)i.(fo County.
Hi sent a cable mrssa*»> to Theodora
Rooseyeir yesterday aval -a the leenass
President Is be San l>i-<. i?uest at the
"peninif of t v «-. fair.
"We hare raised fl,00",000 out th^r*."
said Colonel Collier, 'and we *fand raaHfly
to raise another $1,000,000 In the n«»ar fa*
v.re for this exposition, and we are the only
H. Alttnan & £n.
HA\X IN STOCK IN TH=l UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT
EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF ARTICLES FOR
SUMMER HOME FURNISHINGS.
INCLUDING CRETONNES. COTTON NOVELTIES IN SETS TO
MATCH; COUCH-HAMMOCKS; SCREENS OF BURLAP OR
CRETONNE; CEDAR.. MATTING OR CRETONNE COVERED
CHESTS. CURTAINS. DRAPERIES AND PORTIERES.
FLOOR COVERINGS FOR COUNTRY HOMES. SUMMER COTTAGES
AND BUNGALOWS ARE BEING SHOWN. INCLUDING
HCMESPUNS AND ART RUGS IN SOMZ EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS;
AUSTRIAN. DUTCH AND AMERICAN PORCH RUGS. AS WELL
AS BATH MATS. DOOR MATS. ETC.
SMALL ORIENTAL RUGS. RANGING FROM $ 12.50 UPWARD
A SP CIAL REDUCTION HAS BEEN MADE IN THE PRICES
QE A LARG r . NUMBER OF ORIENTAL RUGS.
IN LARGE AND MEDIUM SI7 C S.
H. Altman & (To.
WILL HOLD AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE THIS
DAY (MONDAY). OF
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S GARMENTS
INCLUDING MISSES* TAILOR-MADE SUITS. FA!
DRESSES. CHILDREN'S REEFERS. COATS. ETC
(SIZES INCOMPLETE)
fifth .Hwnuc. 34tb and 35th Streets, nw Vcrß.
Coward
Shoe
BUNIONS
Tho OoVABO BixioN Son i I
Hliaprvl ho it allows »'\tn
room over the enlar^eil joint,
giving instant relief from
chafing aiul piuchiug.
\V«:ir the ConTal Brxio.v
Shoe nntl your foot will bo
both tittrtl an.l hrneiUml.
Tho bunion will tlnui gradual
ly ilisujipoar.
SOt NOWHHRH I L M
JAMES S. COWARD
264-274 Greenwich St., N. Y.
i.ma« * tr.Rt.N »tui.i:
Mail Or Jcf • rilled | .-cnJ ler C« Utopia
leave* 1 ' of tl'.r kind thar ever r:trr.Q <nat
flat-fooferl with the proposition that t*
\ dirt n«>f wan* a r*d f-ent nt money fresj
either the federal or fhe st.it* w> »rnm»nt."*
| San Dle«;o. the colonel .said, had a poptj.
tat ion of flft; thousand, but he did r.ot
want to *!v» -he inm.rntiiinn f-,r a minute
I that because l: wasn't larir» it roulda*t
do thlnss.
"fyiolc at the million dollars already tn
hand." wns the rr>lr>ne;'<« way of «'immizn
up the proof aatalnst trat inf»r»nc»
• olonel ' *o||i«r said t^;^t the eeaSttßi nf
Southern alifornta wer«- imr.» to add an
other million. which will brin* the total."*
he explained, "well above r-.-. crx'.r- ouf!<7
Tur •la Alaska- Yukon-Pa-- *V Exposition
at Seattle "
I' B 'Jranf. «nn «... Is pr»^l
dent of the ?an r>i^i:o Exposition Com
pany: John D 3pm kc >. of t»i« RpMeaßßl
family of California. In ftr«t -Ire- president.
\r\<\ A. <;. Spaldina*, th» one-tim* president
of the N'Ttinr.al Bnseh.-ill I>eaKU» and wm
h«"ad of fie .sportins cood-t firm, hi tv :rl
-<v-«ii!*>n' Reside? ther»e t^r»■ o . r>.n-»
resld*" of San Dleso, the nxm* ft T.vrran
J <;a^". former Secretary nf th» Tr»is ;ry.
Is ■ rh*> list nf i!ir*>ct.>r=».
'"olonel Collie' sa!<l vo-r»rr!ar th.it h'l
purpose in the Ea«t was first to acquaint
people with the fact that ?»n Die? ,
certainly e'>ir.sr M CStJttaSi IIM anal
the Par.an-.a "'ar.a'. ard. second. (0 atari
operations with road caenpattie ar.rl
steamship lines I^okin? toward a r»<i ;< af
rar» from the Arl.irt.i- to th» Paclflc a"t
partlruLirly to the par' >f - - Pac-.^c
where Pan Diego's harbor Inder,' ■ | |
coast line.
"It is Koin< to he the snar<r i i' > s» ceie
t ration and exposition ever IMM in th!*
count r ." ;-a:d r^» colonel fli ;i fy. "md ■■.-•
mention that we have, sun.-'hirio nn t.Tr»e
hundred and «ix f v-fl\e n ■;? of c-. »ry
jear. As proof of tha? you mxy say trtat
we ar» gfoi- _ to start the fair on January
t. 00." ,
Olive Oil Drinkers
Have Firm Flesh, Perfect Diges
tion and Clear Compkxion>.
Take a tablCSpooafa] '— P 01 *
• <li\e oil each <:.iv bei r«
mea!>. V«»u iriOl '
that \.>'u arc defiling tbcM
benefits Boi be -■.: tyfM
CHIRIS
(pronounced SrIFRIS)
Olive Oil
Nbfl only is b the :v. «l
lictous of all ofivi Ottl t '
is the purest god richesl '
pure food rabies, It b r ho teri
pressißg ct ulcctcd Fftod
oi'.vt-s. bottled in France
Send lV tot a trial • ''
ma pampnlct ' • cutal
\ thai - 4 * VGn s.C
CC CI II un • S \*ent for Bssann
Dept. "C," IS Matt Street, Ne» > » >rk -
\ CARPET L—
rCLEANSiNG/
1 P\ (. tmfirt^- ■ \ M
1 mf.rr tVoul ButMMg. - I
\FIREPROOF STORAGE/
% \\>r Mou-«<ho!i»0ood3 f
\T.M. STEWART/
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