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flSKLT DEFENDS ACTS
Anting in "Outlook" Upholds
Panama Canal Proceedings.
"ACTED ONLY FOR PEOPLE"
Declares Course Was Right, and
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OH -EZRSIAN CONSUL.
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THE CRISIS IN PORTUGAL
Lisbon Is Quiet but Royalist
Activity in North Rumored.
[By COfel? " rsa Trlheae]
T.-ndon, Oet fi-Kirxr Manuel ?xa- on
Bairoil throughout ?With ?the
r<Ttu?ruese ?ml-rr?*-?: u.l otbera xxho are
supporting Ms eauaa
The Royalists in London take a hope
ful vie-.
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Kins Manuel, and r lieb, aocord
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BULLETS IN THE REICHSRATH
Man Arrested for Firing Four
Shots at Minister of Justice.
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LEWIS WALLER ARRIVES
English Actor Doubtful of New
Theatre's Success.
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WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
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SUNDAY'S Ni <A'*YORK TRI.B1
Mailed ?' ?-'ie Um ted St-t??
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Sir Frederick Pollock. English
Authority, Speaks to Lawyers.
PUZZLED OVER THE RECALL
Say? System Might Be Excellent
If Party Government Is To
Be Abolished Here.
?tetes I
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than te tr?- m nn.i ?
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for ? - m lean lat?
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CRUDITIES OF PLEADING
Third ol Pollock Lectures on
Common Law.
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THE DRAMA
"The New Homes" at the
Broadway Theatre.
Who can sav that New York is tra
dltlonless or that it has developed nrtninc
of It.? ve.-v iiwn as ' -
an BSBtftattOB Bfl
in-1, aaacea ;ini saa
' .?en?e :,i,d L'irl? ,ind tOOt humor .it th.*
Mer?, at !ea-t. Is OSS
i '?it of theatrics ?y s i leay It thai
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ltt i ? and make?
! merry in ksarted f ?
1 talk.?- Bread?
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| llroad ' ? ...me ptea*
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in which folk
fijrm
of amhssa tot* the eol of data
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Irish Players Produce "The
Showing Up of Blanco Posnet."
I George Bernard
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'WILLIAM E. CURTIS DEAD
?Well Known Writer and Travel?
ler Succumbs to Apoplexy.
A FAMOUS CORRESPONDENT
? Had Long Served at Washington
?Death Occurred in
Philadelphia.
TfSasnsS ii Th? Trib .
Philadelphie, Oet :,.-\vniiam V. Curtis,
?\iil?-!> known BBS-dSl
Of "The l'hli-ago Renird-Herald,"
nicht In his apartm-'nt at
?trmtford from a ?wok?? of
EU? ?vif? ?va? !n UM room xvhfn
Mi l'urtls. xvho ?ra? ?Ir^ssinp for ?llnn??r.
fell to the I
Mrs Curt?- unm.UatHv telephoned t" ths
???'.. and tares doctas? were
I rushed to th?? ?ealstsnr? of the ?tricken
I ' tWor?? th<?v arrived.
Mr i ! ii? wtfs srrlred hers 1 >
Land n<> Signs of ?the
ill health of Mr. Curtia wan visible, and
a great a seb ta
Mr Curt?a for the ust reeeral months
had ' ? material In cities of
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be ii,.? -our ',i;iii tak?n during
t sun Dthe, OUt I ? - WOia by
it tills trip
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ind mad?
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Imiaedletely after thr death of Mr. Cer
?a In Baal Orange, K. .(??
md Mr. Curtbre H0''.
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old.
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- EJaroy ? lurl ten rn In Akron,
Khoel "
m Beaarr?
Coiir_- rdng irsdt His
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: ires ?erty u-^ustom^d to th*
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Tn urn h" M;<-nt to f?hleago to m ? ?ub
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??tie feats,
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MO. Mfriklnj?
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tl days
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immediately after ?hi?
report
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through vari?e I
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( ?ii? mission, ?o
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la itheraei .
laotne
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Lend : \ . ? the artist,
the R i.nt.-i in u
BISHOP JAMES A. HANDY.
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RICH/RD B. FERRIS.
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Bank of New York for half a century.
When he retired, In January, 18S9. the di
r?(-*ors Of the bank voted him a sift of
tl.ooo and a pension of $3,500 a year for the
rest of his Ufe.
Born In Albany in 1=27. Mr Ferris was
th? son of Dr Isaac F?rris. Ions chancellor
' N'i-w York l'niversity. Ha SflataflB
service of the Bank of New York In 184!?
and worked his way successively through
the places of bookkeeper, teller, assistant
cashier and vlce-prenldent.
Mr Ferris en?sfed In IBS M Resiment
for the civil War. and on his return from
the war he resumed hi? gut*** with the
bank. He leaves a wife, four sons, one of
whom is Dr. Albert Warren Ferris', presi
isasl stf tha Fnte Commission in Lunacy,
and two sisters.
WILLIAM H. CATLIN.
Ai.-iany. Oct. ?.-William H. Catlln. BSBSS>
leal o: EOghwag* al ?"? I"rk StBt?*.
, died to-nlsht.
Wllll.im H ("atltn mad? hi? home in
Pert ?'hf-ster. ITaaatelaaster Count] 'nr a
ly half a centur*-- and during; that period
' did mach in hutldtns up that town.
said to have built many miles of re*
; his r?al estate development, and was thor
ouarhty famihar with that BUbJS
Mr ?\-ulln. who was aevents years old.
? .n the Assembly
?e ?a.? i Clarelaad Dsraaerat Pres?
ident Cleralaad appolatad aim ta bars
?a at tha "germination of pleuro
pneumonia la cattle in the Ensatara States,
; as a resal? ' ? hi b the p<?rrs
Britain, rraace a) arara apastad
1.1 Asas) - : Walnwr-.'
; son.
MRS. MARY L. N1CKERSON.
| !;?. T?taaBaaa ta? Tas? 1
Fittsrleld. Mass. Oct "- Mr* Msrv L.
; NI?*kerson, wife of the? Rev Thomas W.
N'i-kerson. rector of Bi Stephen'-* Chorea,
alad at St Stephen ? after
. * ."in. f*h.. .en with paralysis rn
Monday, following a ?erto.i? -n- ?
afra Nirker?. lahetha
: N J . being t1-. | of Deaa Bsbbbbs
-tus Huffman of the r>nf.ra1 I ?a
logical Sentlnnry. in New V^rk. Bad ?BTf
Crook (Ell fl HoffSBBfl Bar mar
1 rtsgs ro Mr yi'k.-rson teak plaoa on lan
KP. ISs* In TrtaM
Mr and Mr? Ntetefasa com la P'.ttstwd
in ,.'-v'
Wcheraon s/s s asan ir ??' ' i I
'et- of Colonial Dames. In MeW York.
She ;p?v?? !-p*i-;rT her husband, a ?o?,
Roflaaaa WltTherBes v,r" ss ' I Msry
? a* Btoshsaa; s atetar Mrs rsha t?. wst>
?on, and a brother Baasrssl Varplaak H"tT
an i- rnasMeat I the New rerk Rlatarleal
Sn.-|r.
.-??nhens
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Bnrtal a ? hi th? ehorehrard el the
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OBITUARY NOTES.
JONAS 0 HOWARD ?ho fOinserll rep?
resented tha n! ' ?ongri I I
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died at bla home in .leffersonvill.
,?7ed atght***4 tnh? ?
VAN RENtMELAER WEW
for th- Northern Dtatrlet
of Etes I rk, home in Deer
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County, and fen iff for
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BlaghamtoB, N Y Beau : of
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raiders, lied la Baas
Bterday Be* . -ough?
.. Boothers
NESTOR WOODWORTH R.vrn.EYi:.
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latafleld. N. J , la
I from eplleps: Por raen] years a? ?
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' Mew York.
OBOSOE TKBBEH - srstsr sisara?
. ? rar, dieji . ? atoa. 1 rastsar*
- raga nr' eicht- eight year?
urjtnTaetarar of ?
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AROUND WORLD IN 46 DAYS
Hartford Man Arrives Horn? After
Hurried Trip.
- ?! i BadwsO, "' HartS ?
? 1 | ?re yesterday on the Whit.? Star
liner BTBJBBtlr after m.ikinr; a tltp around
! the sforld la 4?i daya and B hour? He
; left New Fork for
'. ,i sura -...i .-? fairly good
Ha i uan?
i on her last ? Uverpool,
BUI misse.! ? i't for
the M.ij.-?
? all ss .i ? ^ uvnad tiie
world m ?*?*?? n ?
at the rat 0 a week.
i n liera on the . . Hugh
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Arl IBS B. IVIcholsOB, il Mas y
:.d Mr?. Qeorge C Aver
THEATRICAL NOTES.
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i letober ?f, instead of
The > !' be
known a? the i-'uiton Bobori Edeeaa wOJ
be the tirs? attractlei in. m
new fares ? Cars
M.in " Hta Buppartn
. Iraca aWtatoa, t< afar
kraald Deaaor
Htuart. l: A" II Vtjrton.
JoBB Hresenit BaBlflua H.-rtr.ind, John
" . Thomas
? ilaa and Walter Renfort
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Walsh, who '? - err -???? ra
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?efta. "Mi?? Dude?saok." for the flret timo
I on Tuesday, October 10. at Hartford. Conn.
MISS LA FOLLETTE TO WED
Engagement to George Middleton, New
York Playwright. Announced.
Madiscn. Wi?.. o<-t *-Th? announce?
ment of the ?-ngagenvsnt of Mlas Tola L*
Follette, daughter of United State? Senator
Robert M La Follet?n, to Ooorge Middle
ton, a playwright of New York, waa made
here to-day.
Miss Lu Follette is a graduate of the uni?
versity of Wisconsin and has been on tn?
stage throe years, p.aylng tne leading cftar
ar?er in The Soar?" row" last aeaaon. an?
Is said to ?hO*S peal rromis-, and will. It
is announ?*ed rontlnuo h??r professional
oarerr after her marriage, xxaich wir. tea?
?tsea al an early date ?t her father's VTasn
?njrton horn?
Mr Wddletoa i? prominent a? a drama?
tist and author of play?. He dramatized
'TI ? Ifoaas Sf a Thousand <"-andle?" end
??Ro.?aitnd at the Red r-.^t?" and wrote
?n whl??h .Tulla Mar'n-re. MargaP-'t
n.ih?rt ?SOessn and ?tase ?tars ha~e
! appeared. H<? is a!*o a ^onrrtbu-or to maga?
zines and periodical?. Mr. Middleton 1? a
graduate of Columbia f'niverslty end a
n.ember of Tue Pia- ers and ?"?nl-jmb'a """*?*
rer?ttv riub.
WEDDINGS PAST AND TO COME.
The marrtag?- of Miss Julia Theodore?
I WeOei and Frank Clinton Wight, of Man?
hattan, took piar?, last evening In the
- h of the Innata?tlna. Brooklyn. The
Rev Dr John Gr?enxvood Barch::?, rector
of the ohurch, performed the ?er?mony, sad
a "BBBll reception followed at the home of
the bride? mother. Mrs. Fr?ylertck Rad
rlifT?? U'eliea, Pie 4*) ?"".reene avenu?. The
hrtde was atten?ie?i by Mr?. Edward J.
Mills, of New RoebeUe; Mrs. John French.
M - Mary Whtlse an.t MBaa Hen?elas*?
Beavers, of Brooklyn. Tbs boot man w_?
.1 Percy Newman, of Manhattan, and serv
.nc na ?abara ?ran Dr. Arthur H. Martin.
Du Bot- Baals ?"reden.-k 3. Croft? ?nd
' ?eorge F K?fTflJTT*-. of Manhattan; George O.
V?fs and Avi n N N'ev'.n?. of Ws?h:n*ton.
Mr. ?Tight hj the ?on ?f BUS Wil'.lam F.
Waggener, of Washington., and was grad
? . from Cornell in. -?<
Mr and Mr?, ?fin?an Howard Bryan, of
Ntehelaa ?senas, a*ar*aano? th?
' engagement of thetr daugnter. Mv JN?
ir?-k Bryaa, to Montons al ',eor?r?? Anguets
?on of Brigadier ?".enera' ?nd Mr?.
' Leon A Maffia* Of tVa?htr.;* N
1 Mr?.. Milton Lloyd de V?]*n<*ta. ?-iaughre?
' of Mrs. frederieh S<-huchardt. was trar
r.<^? on v Ifsreal ?
ClodlO, SSOMd v. ?-ir Hodio. I I ?
j bom? ? v Doeessai. at ?afsaeelt.
N V. The ?-er.?mon\ WS M ' *aa?d h*
e of .he pe??-e ii.-x vtv,-.d
The bride assarted I
Mr de Valonea ir HW She was HearOSd
I from h?r first h'i?r?ar.d ab-^ut ? pear ago.
apd ?ln?e then ?aa h?e" making h?r horn?.
- .-it IMversid? DrtTI
92d Street
. ?.-,: sad Mrs
Hattie a ? ? ? i ' seat U
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KING PRAISES U S. EXHIBITS
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Notlee-i of marriage* and death? must Ss
?rronipiuieil b? full name an?! addreaa.
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w of George ?}
i year of her a.*" ['ur.eral frn :
e- rt. 2 p m. in
-r.orun:. aged 4.'. >?fir?
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MOSS* an October 4
eth, wir? of Qrea-ll ?
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n? lata Uarrla Dockarj *
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thai it? ft-,?-?-?
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