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II DO? ARNOLD.
Bol DESTITUTE WONUN Family Lawyer Ends Latest Clew bv Visit to Philadelphia Hospital. NURSE STARTED THE STORY Young Mother with Baby Had Talked About Pawning Jew? elry in New York?Child Died on Christmas. IB- T-?!?gr-iph to Th? Tribune 1 Philadelphia. Feb. 7.?Acting cm Inf? ron from th? Sett York Detective Bureau, th?- lor.ii poli?-?- searched tho Philadelphia General Hospital here to-day for Dorothy Arnold, who ha? boon m'ssin? since *??? cember 12, ,C|1" .lohn ? Keith, the lawyei fop the Arnold famtK. matle s trip from New York, in company with Detective Ts t, an?1 after ptcktnS up Detective Tos Of the local for?.?, wont to tho liosp Mr Ketth, who knows Dorothy Arnold, glanced at th? hospital inmate wh i was thought to b,- tti?- missing khI. snd then turn?-?, away with the remark that, though the? woman looked somewnit lik Arnold. It wan not she "I never had any faith In this Btoi say. ' said Mr K.-lth. "hut Mr. Arnold wanteo iiit? to Investigate ?t Th- girl .? dead, and has been dead since the ?i disappeared." This statement S ered strange. In view of the fad that he Is known to have Investigated four separata* Slows which originated in Phtladel) bis Ti.?? lawyer refused to leave the offlc? of Captain Cameron, chief of th? detective buieau her.*, when he s u n idy t.? start for the hospital, until ho was assured that no newspaper me.it would be pre?, nt Headed for New York. Early this morning Cap' I on re? ceived a msaaage from Commlst Doughertv. of the New York Poli, ? partment. asklnsr hin) to send a man fa? miliar with the Arnold ?as?, to the Phlla deiphia General Hospital Cameron's mm learned that a woman who answered Miss Arnold's description had left the I to catch the s o'.-lock morning tralp f?r New York I>ai?-r investigation disclosed that the woman who took the train for New ?fork was not the supposed Dorothy A en sending that word to ?Doughertv, Cam? eron received a reply saying ?hat .lohn 8 Keith, lawyer of the Arnold family, would come over on an atfernoon trim The woman who was suppoi ed to be Dor? othy Arnold was really Mrs. Nellie Bean, twenty-five years Old, Who i ' hos? pital fron No, 1525 Vine Btreet, Philadel? phia. Bhe h.??! a ba nonths old with h?r S but It died <?n Christmas from bi arlet fever. The woman was d? I I Nurse Works Up Case. The person who started the lat. :-t ? has? j on the trail <?f the missing ?Dorothj Arnold was a Mrs E E Kraues, ??f No 51 West Esses avenue, Lansdowne, Penn At the request o! I delphls Hos? pital for Contagious i -i ? isi sh? ? I a letter on January -- to the Police De? partment In ihis cits i< had Borne lnformati" ? and t" that .' complete description of her i ?? for ?arded at once No one In the department heard - t Urs Krau N. Krnues, ?s Bhe signed her.?elf in ? r Hughes wrote to the Bherlff of ? ? 'ouiitv askir.t: him to -1 0 I t the w? ? Inclosing a copy of ributed over th? > ountry during th? ? next d< finite w< I the New letter from the who nad made the Initial requ? ; 'r.ma Nlckunn, who gave I <ire?s a? 2-1 an.) [?userne strra-t.- I'h-i id i phis After saying she wai ? - ; ? ? it the hospital, she went on tl i? .rar1? i" ! i. ere ha?l heen ad n rf'rl to the hospital a mother with a baby some months old suffering from scar l't tever The husband ' "i be? i at I ?* horn? when the ambulance rslled * but had inquired only once th about the ?condition of the a-hlld and had disappeared Mr? Bean, as the woman railed ). a?"o?ding to the nurses l?-tter, sei-m?*?. anxious to -ivo'd the ,nr>\r of Sew York in -"onversatlon, saying merely that she had cm* from there a few days before The r-abv d'er) en Christmas and was ruried at the ?.-?pens?- of the ? :t;.. the mother having r>o funds to pay for the funeral death of the baby she took nurse in the hospital Finally sh?* confided to Miss Nlckunn that she had pawn? diamond .lewelry In New York last March, concerning the safety of which she was growing anxious, and aeked for ?wh?n she might come to the , about tt Miss Nlckunn net yesterday as the dav. and advised the woman to take the 8.14 trsln from North Philadelphia. AH a Bottle of Smoke. This letter reached Inspector Hughea on Tnesdav afternoon After sending tlve Talt up to pee Franela TJ ?.mold, father of the missing girl, he cot , lr>?er?denf Tavlor. of the PhUadelrhn det? i five force, and asked h'm to have H plain riorHa-s man confirm the statement? of th-? letter, tra" the girl to the tia morn'ng and tell th<- ?onductor to point her out to the detective who would the train at New York. Inspector Hugh? mid la.-t alght that the Philadelphia ?let?-? tlve. convinced that the ghi wai ol M Arnold, went home to bed and forgot to return in the morning t?> see whether sh?* got on the train or n-?t In the mean time DetMtive Tan v, r t pul to Manhattan Transfer to me.-t the girl, snd Mr. Arnold waited at the Pennsylvania nation at Bd Streat to welcome his daugh ter N**ither of the men discovered h?r Philadelphia was got on the ?ire, jind if was found that the Kir) had PMtponed her trip. The inspector suri- ? m, Arnold go there Immediately and the matter, hut this he preferred not to?!?,, sending his attorney. John ft. K?-ith. In his ?tead. PARK ORGAN NEEDS THIN STEED Department Horses Are So Well Fed Shafts Won't Fit. The Park Department barrel organ, ?on talning ten tunes selected bv Park Com mlfcSlot:?-r St..v?-r hiinM-11. , mnot be haule'i around by any horse In the dspaitlBSBt be? ?au:-e the shafts an lbs organ are not far ?yiough apart to fit ;mv <>f the fat steeds owned by the paik I >???.,,irtmeni Th. four attempts to fit a horse to the hurdy guidy ha\e failed lately, and as all Die, horses ?re larger than those chosen for th< ?lem??nst rat tori there will be no more ??? tempts to BquesaS In S steed tQ haul the oigan abriiii fr..m one playground t?. the other. ROYAL ARCH MASONS ELECT Albany. Feb. 7 Tl.? Grand I hapr.r ?,f Royal Arch Masons ?tided Its annual con voratlon to-day with th?- election snd m M.ill?tion "f tti?* f'lllnwing oft), i Grand high priest, Marshall F, Her/ling say. Troy, deputy r-'iand high priest. FtOO rl'k W Culler, New York. gian?l king. Aithur Wmrrott, R?h?astsr: gran?) tary. Christopher ti Fox Buffalo; grand treasui.r. James 15 McEwan, Allan grand ?tribe, Alfred A. Andru?, Brooklyn. EXTRA BELLEVUE GUARD Police Surround Hospital, Fear? ing "Car Ba*-n Gang" Rai?i. ? that the "csr barn'' pr.nc: would atl ' .. le m inmate ol I Hospital ?"'"'n is suffering . ?round in the rhln which he d ? He 1? rh.ireei with cam il pon, and wai arriaated by ihe polk,- ,,r ?r,,. ;.:a<1 -?,-tn sH The _aat 361 h atreel atatlon ws? ln atrucl end two policemen t?-? the - veral additional poll -amen Honed along the wsterfronl ol nd .i lleutensnl and addl? tii-.nal offl. ?.. wen on duty in Klrst ave The report wa? that tr* reacue would irty of m.-n who a ire IIS down tn?- river in a motor hont \ number of "plalnelnthea" men from headquarters wer? on luty about the hos? i Hal. and in th.- prlaon wsrd three poll >? were on duty Instead o? one, si la uatom Th?> numher ..f extra men Ineressed si midnight and every prep in mad- to give the re?jcuera a -warm I they make their appear OPPOSE AUTO LAW CHANGE Highways Society against the Transfer of Licensing Power. \"\ effort to transfer the llcenelng of aiitomobilea end ?'hauffeurs from the office of Secretary of State t.. tl.- Highway? ?De? ment will be oppoaed hy the National Highway? Protective Bocletj Tins an? nouncement was made laal night by Colo Edward P t'ornell, ae retsry of the ????i reading an Albanj dlapat. h which eald that euch a move was being advocated by certain member* of th?- New York State Automobile Aasoclatlon. "This would he mewl unwlae," paid Polo? nel Cornell. "It would distribute respon? sibility and Incn i a th. roal of Ihe work. n Is, New York ipei ? larger sum m proportion for the maintenant^ of Ita licensing bureau than my othei state, due to tlv ? ???-. of fii-* law, The coal In Now York Is -t pei cent, *s compared with Connecticut's 7 per rent Ho ought to nt. where i\pr; ?' motoi vehicle must qualify as to I I eaa to operate a machine, whereaa in thl? any owner of a ma ne, provide*! he doea not . . for profit, ?>???> run one paralytic or an . 'i.*. "] ear there wei ? 27' p??ople killed in this atate hy motor vel Ici? in the state of ? ? ? 11 t ?.. -11. - ? 11 only nineteen ?t? it la true thai there are six limea :,<? many motor cars in operation In thla state as in Connecticut, bul even al is slaughter In ? hla atate II .-.?id the ei imlnatlon of . hauff? ? i property, and is in poaseasl? n of affl davits showing that some men have been qualifl. tving made tlin road tost who did nothing run the machine to the nearest saloon, ? money uaually $10 was hand? ROMANCE ENDS IN COURT Rich Pittsburgh Woman Sues to Divorce Brooklyn Teacher. A t ... in has been atnaahed io hita in the Supreme Court in the action for divorce wblch Mr?. Genevi?ve K Holmes has brought a* her husband. Dr. David H Hol Latin at the I ! in Brooklyn Mrs Holmea 1er of lohn Sloan, of I ** ?. : i ted * ? wealthy Di Holmes denied the charg? i ade hy his e, if?-, bul i rday ordered : ?. Mrs Holme J12 i week all e trial their meeting on an ... oan at. led two years, snd wore married in July. 1MB They separated In November of the same year. In an affidavit l" Holmea said that I ' marrying Misa Sloan he .allod on her and told him Ihey were f??nd ol ? ild not hold out snj ? ? rich man on hla 12,400 a yeai profeaaor had taken hi? ter i lousl? . bul lat?--r conse t< Ing Dr. Holme - sinan had propertj of hei own snd s truai ( ? n which he did. I ?r Holmei said In a letter to Misa Sloan 11 tally . onsldered, my work in t! ? Ung to nie and us-i'il . la a failure. .'?-rial-.' ird ol living for my wife below at that of the woman of my profession . be very humiliating to rn?- and my srlfi KEEPERS AT JAIL TOO FEW Sheriff Harburger Wants Five More at Ludlow Street. Thfc Idea people have about Ludlow street is i la tbst its prisoner think of trying to break their Was ' only members of the "Alimony Club" ??? o si.i Sned there sent there fr-.m time to time t s.rious crtmea .?nd ? dl d ?or th? m re were eleven keepers al the f.udlow ? 'all until recently, bul fhe numbei haabeen rul hy the Roard of Estimate to sis ff Harburger has been In oflw -K-tiff now complains thai the present force la not aifflleienl to take .are of "he era and ho haa Written to the Hoard of Alderro? it I . ondltlon be remedied He ??? | ,. mu,, mrn (n n;iV? eleven keepers and they are nerepnarv, as WOrk in three BhlftS of eight hours each Htid six keepera are wholly inadequate tO g*J Sat some ?lav the 'nil will not be "owid" as happened in the adminis? tration "f Sheriff Tamaen. CURB HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING - Treasure's Report Shows Association in Good Financial Condition. Curb Mirk?? Aasoclatlon elected six m.-ml.ers at Its annual mee-lnc vesterday to the hoard of representatives, ns follows erick T. Ackerman, fi<r ??ne year; Franklin Leonard. Jr., W. S M?ller. I"?avld Pfeiffer, L ht. nh-hmond and Oeorge T Taylor, for three years each. The six su. OeSfeful candidates were the regular nom an<! no opposition ticket developed Ifeeara Arkerman and Leonard ?-.i- m-m bera of th?- old board '1 h? following nominating rommitlee ?ai Henn Banner, ?f?eorKe s. Dat?e, E H M'?'.?mil? k, H. R Snrgeant and j. C. Bhlpman. ??rding to the snnusl report for 1911. twenty-eight new eompanlea were listed diirins the year. The total number of in? dustrial shares sold during the ytajf era? 151 ; mining stocks, 11,771,141 shares. an?1 railroad shares, 102,074. The total ?ales of bonds amounted to $74,517,000 7 he report luggeated thsl lbs tins ?if the aaeoctatlon had Ixtcome too small and n was i? ? ??mmended that suitable of? ?....ii i.. . -tat.h herd ai ? oon ai poi sii.i?. ai .. point close i" the curb for the i convenience of member*. The Ireaaurei report ?bowed that lbs assoclatloa was in goud shape financially. INO DMDEND ON COMMON ? - American Tobacco Co. Will Lose James B. Duke as President. TO RETIRE SOON, HE SAYS Will Be Chairman of British American Co.-Explains Large Payments of Cash. ?f> R. Duke, it was announced v?*s at the offices of tl .mei in To Company, Is so-n to retire as presl ?r?nt of that company. Mis successor will 'en Ival B. Hill, long i ?. i ? president ? f the corporation Farli. t in t1 ? ds th directois declare-] the regular qusrterly ?i-,' ?ii.-nd of i4 per cen? on the preferr? ; s'.v k. hut oinitu-ri dividend sctlnn on the common in November, :?"10, there were outstanding 110,242,460 in common ?to k snd ? ? ? ? ),100 In pref? ? ?? i Mr Duke is to resign the presidency or th" Amerlcsn Toha?co Company to come chairman of the hoard of the Prltlsh Tobacco Company, the hesd ?if ? which is in ?London. ar..i will devot? ? If to th?' extension of th? of the latter company, which I? nos In China, India, Australia, Csnada, ?South \n.ii. i ind Continental Europ*?, Mr I "ike sai,l he fell th.it a larger field of activity an,] usefulness: swsited him In the British \"i,-r. m Tobacco Company ii. a;--,, ?...id that ail the r?mpanles ' out of the American Tobacco C? mpany and the "ther ?-ompanles which were -li?-li.t. grated under th? decree of the Circuit Court w?re fully organised ?p?i ea|i???,?,. ,i with competent "rtllcerfl rm?l assistants snd fullv embarked on their sep?rete csreei Asked why the American Tobacco Com pany had not ?!? -tared a dividend on its common stock, he s?t?l that I??- had ad vised tiiru in view of the large payments In cssh which the rnmpsny had recently been compelled to make in the retir? ? f its bonds and foi othe) purpos?** re i bj the court's dssrree, it would "" a-lee i-? pay no dividend ?"i Its common it rectors had concurred In this oplnl ?n Mi l>uke. who wai formerly a member ?.f the firm of Duke BrotherB A ' '?? . oi Durham, N. ?'. manufac) nklng i.ei ame i I th? Amen. r?n Tobacco ? 'ompsny that corporation Absorbed his firm In 1*'"' and ha.-? ever sine?? then continued In that post, ?tul ' ? ? f the moi poi (ant fsctoi I In the ten ai km nient of the t,u . . II- i?: a ?Itrecf.- of s.'\?' St ItUtlOnS, BB * ??' ? ? "' VBI loilS lo mies Wh< n the Brll ? rtcan Toba? " ' ?? ;? ?i--, ? ss form? a result of the ? in whl? h Thomas P Rysn settled the Ii id? ? I ? the lmi?e, I..I Tobac, ?? i 'ompi. land, the tW" li't.-i m respect *?-,, i ? trad. whll? ? m compsn* ?., r?mpete for t?r?- i;,,l-- of ?11 the ? the world Mr. D ? i-*d a .,f the Imperial "?'1 ?both > Mr. Hill w< ' ?rd of the sricai of whl? I Duke is nos lo !.. : the I oard Its (hat Mr link?- was t., resign as pn lent f the Amerli in Tobscco ? 'omp n with ihe I Wldener-Elkln? Inter? ta . ? -'??IT - ? Now. hos - rlth l changed by the ra,.,i t ? ? ? Amei |i an Tob icco < | restrict? ? t,, learn that he . wtthdr long and sbly filled l"hs< heen rumored recenl hsve ai"-? I that the new pr? American rompan*, would l>e Mi H DEL DRAGO HOUSE SOLD IPrincfc?s Disposes of Fifth Ave ? Home Ast or Tract Is Leased. The ? salt y merket i llv ?.?a-,l by two Interesting transactions in Fifth svenue 1? was lesn ?-d thst negotla? .re pending for the ?.., . property of the Prli n igo .t No ?"7 Fifth svenue 1th? . s?.e,.t It s thst th? Knlckerbo ker ?'lut. -.? i? in? purchs th? house, but Frederick de P? -'-r -hiir man of the ronvni'i'-e on new site, ?a: . ??-lav that the . luh had r -?-i, I ?? pui chase. The Trini esa ?i- ' Drago's 1 th?* most consplc - on th? It o r ipiei n plol 25x100 fi ??'. ind Is of F type <?f architecture, ?Ith a la tower at the corner Ad Joli | ton the avenue is a vacant lot, Si.wned by th? princesa who is the wldos ?,r a . s? hmrai, ?I-., waa the ownei of Lion Brewery. From him she inherited s fort? une of several million dollars, largely In hier? class teal ? -'??? Hei i iri ige to Prince <;i-?\ani I del Drago I three vea?s ago The Fifth Aven ;.- -i?,?) i Btreet ?'om pan\, organized by ll?-nrv ? orn md IncOl porated a few da y a ago, lined .? i. ? for twenty-one ears, ? three newaJ privileges, making .. term of eighty years, of the row ?.?* old f.-'ir atorj ?1\?. ,1 ing houses convert??d for business use > No. 1 to IS 1 ? from the ? tst? of i'olonel John I I? Oh \- ?ni l.i . r that Mr. ?>.rn purposea ;.i large ? sp building, at least twelvi atorlea In . ? ??? " ? te, from plai - by Msj n|? k.* I ,v I- ranks The property to be imi ? ?vas les ed ? eral years ago ',, th? I m proved Propert) Holding Company, Henry Corn, presida nt. but ?hat obligation was re? cently cancelled, the Astor eat ite accepting a lurrendei for ? consideration which was not made pul He The row of dwelling houses to i- demol ished covers a plol 1*5.1 feel in ;.:<i sti.->-t. extends ha? k M.9 feet, touching the reai ??i the .-ixt?*?-!, story McCutcheon i?u erected a f?-w years r?K?? by Henry ?'?..n on a ?'hanler estate lessehold, st No ::ii to 347 Fifth' avenue This structure has an ?extension fronting f,'; 7 feat at No I to ?'. Baal .''.ith str.-et, a.t which the pro?; building Is t.. be a put, making It th-. I largest on leased grfiund In this part of th.* j city. RHINOCEROS IS SICK Central Park Pet Valued at $2.1,000 Believed To Re in a Bad Way. The (|t\- ii in danger of losing |2<M. That Is the rallie "f Smil.-s. the rninoceros in the Central Park naensgerte, nnii Bmll? la desperately 111, sccordlng to "Bill" Sn\der. head keeper of the mensgerle Three ?lavs sgo the animal ?developed s heavy cold. AI the sain?- time Sny?ler foiin?! Smiif-s- u .- ?,,-. i?-?i with large bumps, being the forerunner of s fatal malady. old "Doc" Bnyder began prescribing f??r Smiles. The animal was s<> III It could not stan?! up and Its cangh sountlsd ilk?- s t.-... engine working at top speed Besides giv? ing me?li?in.' internally, Snvder gave the rhinoceros ?ini. rubblngB with a liniment. 1 yesterday smiles was able t?> stand npl igaln, but hi was sun In ? w-*sb ondl lion SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Mailed anywhere in the United States for 52 50 a year. ROBBED TRUST COMPANY Custodian of Vaults Steals $30. 500 in Reserve Fund. DEPOSITORS' BOXES LOOTED Dirprtor Reported to Have Lost $100,000 in Bonds-Thief Fled from Philadelphia in August. T< legraph to The Trirune ) Philadelphia, Fen 7.--OfBclsUi of lbs M?sr chants' Union Trust Company bars I tted mat w alter ?3 Bhourds. eel fugitive from Justice, aftew stealing ?P0.M0 m caah fr.im the safety deposit vault of the company of which he had chart ....i-, took tins amount from the !? : it id ?! i' - u ist - ompany, but that he : !? cess t?. th.- safety deposit ?vaults ..f ,,t ii .- . ?.'? the private customers of the tru.-* company. While the trust ?omranv ..frlclals refuse to name this citent, it Is known to be Burnham, Jr. ?>ne of th? director? of ihe . ..i. i ant. and the amount <?: his loss i t.. be n. the neighborhood Of 1100,000 in coupon i onds These, with some valu? able I.?-.*.' Ir\ , he kept In th" safe ,)? vault. I.-it th.- Jewelry was not touched. ' 'h.-r any other clients of the tniSI IV are losers the officials ?Io not i ci .... <.t r-'fu^e to teii The-,- have endeav ored t.. keep secret the peculations <>f ? : ..tii. i than tiie r?*aerve fund loss, i', i months, and until t?> daj h ive made re i. n..i denials that Bhourds gol Into lh< box. ?1 private customers I "a'ti to-day th.- officials are reticent Their open Whit : slated m a Ne? York papei this morning la an exaggerated and incorrect ? ? ion "i ..n ..i.I rumor. The parti...- In? .... -. .i bellev. it would be Iniurlou to their Inter, ii '?? .i <? ?iss it at the piesem time in an) way, i -; the loss H trifling Pre ??? -I for ?? fui'., i stat? ment the of? ficials said: w.-i . . it hing more to say than in I h.h. rhal i-- ihe ab i ..i>it(- ti .?i : ... fai a - ih.- loss is . on? i .nd although Mr. Burnham's nami has I'.rt mentioned in connection ?nh th- rob? i...\ w< r-annoi nay more ..t this tune if '-*? ? ??? ? ' ? t.. .- . ?? Mr Hu? tu ...i. i not . he man then some other nun. would be i and ?*.?< would be asked io , i Upon ' "11 ? he'll. I the -.I|.| ? i,.- right one Mr Burnl n ??i i.. ha ti,,. matter --land as f Is ii?- Is a .i . ?. i... in ti .? company, an.i ' ? thing thai ? .. ? Mr Uuniham, "I... f..r yeai was con It i with th.- Baldwin !..?? omotlve v. ..tU - and I ..... ? mat ... ? . ,?,],; i taken, he i.. denj it ... v v . nn ? -. fund ol ' n ...... ? id di mped wll " ' ? Th?. ' ? ' ?Detective Ageney, who ' Ihe trusl ' ? ih? return of th? ' f?llig n'aller .?-? fugll ? ?tend, nt .if Hie . . otn . ? ? , ? ? | mai i. .?! In. i'.d- d n ?' the I from the i ..* ? ? ? ? . iiar ... " ? sti l'nlon ? ? . .... . . . ? ? * lh? -ni? ?1 ... i t ? ' ? i ? ' . ? ? 'he story is at M would hav* !???? Is for Th? vaults ? ? * every ? llsrijss I ' 1 b* developments In ? . ? tl .- . n,. . 1? ?11 l|ltl ...... I i . .... . . . * no i ich? . ? ? amout - ... ? \\-.|i ling for an un named ? h to rid him self of i draft sent to him h I r, live.? In v. ? '.... i snd ' ??"'?? distantly re t., Rhoutrd :i dr ift ...i t1 ?? Tl UBl ? of America for HO.tW Th-- ?irift was In . l.i in s lett. r wll . I rlln tm-imnrk. Th.- ? who ,...' ?uepe? fed that the letter wss the work of a praetleal loker. s hen he presented the draft he r that H ? genuine ip. did not dran II but wait, i for further developments, and i feu dajs i-i?, i | m m . ime t.. his office with a ? XI e !>???>- ' ' ? ' " : illed t.. his attention Ihe fact that th.*. were ., isked ihsl he lake lh. mone) . m Urs i-'1 ourds, s ho I North |8th street, Philadelphia The man who hr.-upht tho not., refused t,, sa\ who had Intro--".I It to htm and when the re. Iplenl of the note sougl ? to lion him more ? Io el) he heat a r< treal Th- man to whom the ' took the draft and the nota together with . lei .,., addreeMed t?. Mrs Bhemrds which was In th.- envelope with the note, to .Jernm?-'B office rit N?. 17 Wall street The law.er .?m once notified th.- Merchants' Union Trust Company, th?- William .1 Mum? Detective m.i th- Fidelity Bondtn-g Company. win. h lad bonded Bhourds f-.t (-?.Oft*, ||r Jerome Informad the repr?sentatives of ihe Merchante' ITnlon Trust ?ompanv that bis client would ba only too plwaaed to turn the draft ovei to them pre>vid?*d that thej would igree t.. Indemnify him against say possible claim hj Bhourds This request i .,., not been compiled with ?.-* v.-t. and the , I ? ? ft Is still In th- possession of Mr Jerome The .?stte* lei Mrs Bhenirds, whl?'h ;. ,1 and win. h las not been opened, |s being held bv th- lawyer inirinp. th.- inst month two personals a|. I p.ared In a New York ne* papar, which i are supposed t<> have been Inserted by the wife ?if the missing n,in. Thsy were a?i ,1 io .lohn P. Wo??-! and WSTS Signad which la Mr?. Bhourds's middle name ??tie of the advertisements assures ?Wood" thai the matter is progressing, and the other, after tn<|.ii?in? whether $...,? ,.?, is th. eorrsct total, a.*-k> directions for ral im *?-'""."?" AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH. The American I'lsiri.-t Telegraph com panv report* for the ytmt ended December II, I'M. earnings of '?'?".'.:.'?:. expenses *i'?7. 181 and profltS ?H?',?.>?.''. an Increase ..| $.*,,|2.', \ft.r payment <?f ***??ttl m dlvidenda the surplus f? th?- .\ ? ar was J.:'.,;*1 I 'h? nuin .saages delivered was ?VIM,?, an ol __.,?* ..v.-t- lain ?Presid? it Vail, In hla report to Ihs stockboM-srs, i ha ? ontlnuad iw rsass In th.i ol . n_. - laboi makes the outlook for In .,i n.-t earning? soteewhal uncertain I, . ,,.,,.. In th? oth? r operatlna ? ?? pensei was about normal to the j-iuvun oi the business ** CONFERENCE ON SUBWAY Service Board and City Officials to Go Ovpr Details To-day. Further data were received bv Roroucn Presld-nt McAneny yesterday In regard to the points of difference that remain bth tween the city offlrials and those of the Interborough Rapid Transit company. Th.v w,-re transmitted to the engineers and counsel of the Public Service Commis slon. in order to have them checked up with figures and other data prepared by thent. Controller Prendergast was In Amster ! dam yesterday, and i"hairman Wlllcox of j the Public S.-ryice COmmlSSlOfl ?v'*n'' home as he w-s a little under the weather, ' hut they expert to get together with lent ICcAfrSny to-day It IB probable t it they will hav?> another conferen *g j with Samuel R?--a and A. J. County, of the '. Pennsylvania Railroad, to-morrow. ?President McAneny, yesterday completed his report on the proposed South Brooklyn .; lection with the Brooklyn ! Rapid Transit Company's offer. He win j present It to the conferreeS for ratification this morning, and later, if no radical chances are demanded, the report will be pr? ? nted to the Board -?f Fstimate to getToil s'tock at par Former Standard Subsidiaries to Offer New Issues to Shar.-hnli.er8. Pursuant 'o th?? recent announcement of tl - large Increase ?n capital stock of two of the f.irmer subsidiaries of the Standard ?HI ?'??mpany ?the Btsndard ?ill Company of Indians and the vacuum oil Company - i' i understood among bankers that ?he -', , I- ,,f both companies will be offered t?> oldera St par Th<? proposed ln?-rease meana the raising ?if $:'.".ono.000 for these twi? rompanlea alone it is not Improbable thai -"\er.il others of th?- former sub aldiarlea will snnoiince almllsi action be f,,r< long Two object are in view In making these readju tmenta One Is to bring the-,capitali? sation mote in line with the assets and the other Is to provide ample liquid working capital for the ?concerna. Practically all of the larger holders of th?- shares of the sub ildisr) companies undoubtedly will avail ? of the subscription rights offered, though some of the smaller holders may find it more convenient to ?eii their rights ?Km exercise the subscription priv ii-ua- In any event, it is likely the ralslnsr of tills Isrge amount of new funds will have ?i th? money market later. KUBELIK'S FINGER WELL AGAIN. .Ian Kubellk, the violinist, said ves? that th?- wound which he received by cut? ting his finger was completely heaie?i "It Is doubtful If I ?hall ?-ver again Visit America." he added, at th- Hotel Rector, "though i win not retire from the ooncsrt ?ii thai trouble from I th- wound "ti my rlnx-r I Invested ISO.O?O Ii ? a nadta ? ?state recently snd expe?-f ?"i .t ?".'??? into propert) in Oakland. Cal.' MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MIM ? : ? BE ?LMANAC. B .rirl??. T " ? inset, f? ?">, .i?r?. .??' ni?;n \va i R v M I .M. Hook II .'*' 12 "1 ? [?Ian i 1.' ??: 12 .??> II- ll ? I ???. 2 10 INCOMING STEAMERS. TO DAT. . \ ?????I I i Un? ?I . -- i I" ? 2 -. ?Indian I -?? - - Inl I ? I, Jan ."?) i ? ? R M > )' , . I..I1 SI ! ? a en, K-h I R If 8 P ? .-. Tht, 24 - ? it : . I'il-rr .... JSB 2'i . An, hoi men -? leid? -Un 2" .... ? Ian '.'?' AUStrUn , - . allein ?? N'apli - . . ? ?talla i ?'????;-. I'..; ?Ih...;. I air .' S'?,? a . '. ,- . r?b I Bo 1*8 ' ntlDAI. PERRUART I Pet) t Fren-li ?run .?.,.., i ; Cranium ? l'?n 1 Wart ? . , Bristol ? Pas H R i t m ??? - v.-, . j , ?unah Oalveston, Feh * Bo 1'?-* : ? a ? I ?? ? ? -, f-T |ft. I l.r- -??;., i| y. h . funard 21 1 ' ? morir?n ? ? \? . ? ,.-> 'eh. 7 i'l>,1? OUTGOING STEAMERS. I. - DAI Mall V????l ? ....' y ,r Un. eintet ?all?. [ . ? , Wl- F-s ; ,mI ) rr> '., i. Wai '? ??? ? m 13 no m B#r < ' 1130? m 2 ? H - A 1 ?"? ' i? m I ? ? ?Ii ,, \?. l r-? Stai HftUm .-1 Mai " i 00 . m - . ? ... ' RI DAY. PKBRUART * ,. . . ? . ? ? '.". ird 1-' "" m ? ?t I )< .- ?? R D '-? ! !-' " r m 3 - ?\ ,. | |j ... m -, .?i p rn 1 ?'?. f m ITCRDAT. PEBBI IRT )?* i--,-. |. Ma '- -' ?>???? m II ?Vi i ni - f) a m i -? 00 m ?.I ??? j m ?*> ?10 a m , m l'iii-i, w APR I " . m 12 U0i , , i ?? S art ? m 12:00 ' ? '. 10:00 a m 1 ?V) i? nr . )? m s P i" '?? i m 12 <?? m ' ??) p m . ? '?? h ? I1O0 a n 200pm ,'i II A 11 ??> a ?" 3 '" m?a 11 ,1<> a rn .'i 00 , m ? ,--.ian i-- t ? i.. m ??; ? -.,?*? 2 ?VI p rn Havre, i l on p m polis, LaOmJon. A T il n?i? m 1er???, n imburs H ?. -' 00 p m Kursk Roiterdarn ' uaslan Denver, ?-?.il? ?mn. M?i', r-. I ?"rt p m *.'ii- ? ? rampa M il lory ??> p m ?>f m i m? ? , , ih, ? i <tO r rn H - n .i-i--k?--i-.iv?. ?-?v*? i .?) p -?-. TRANSPACIFIC MA'LS. Itlnallon an?1 n.im.r ?'In.?? In N T. r M i Philippine? ?via Mini To day. ? ."?i Haw.i'i .t.ipin. Core?, China Philip pine? - ? n San Piar . Peral? To da; I H Hawaii (via Bsn PranelBco) -wiihel mina Feb. 0, ?1 .V) j.i|,i.ii coton, run? (vi? fvatti?) l ? , Feb. 12, ?SO 1 , ?tiln? ?via Tn-eina? ' IB i 11 Mini Feb. 12. it ,V) Ha? in i.ii , ? "hlna, fiuiip in Francise..Feb. l.i o "0 lla?A.,ll. Fill islands, H'lU'ln l?l ai,?J?. Slew '/?ulf.nal. AusiriU* ivl* \ I? im i u Mr.im . . . .?-'eh 10, ? .V) fluam I lilllppln?.-. (vis i^an Frss ? insperi F?b "o, ? ,V) Japan, ? ?re? China, Philippine? ?v-i? Vlelorla) Fmpre.a, of India Mar. 1. 1 10 1 , tl MsraueMi (via San Fran Mai Ipoa .Mar. 4. rt;*0 SHIPPING NEWS Port of New Ynrk, Wednesday, Febru? ary 7. 1912. ARRIVFP Steamer i?aheii,., ovanles -Ian 80, ?e the New y,,rk ,t I'-ui,. Rico Sa Ce With ?u?-..r Arrived al th? Bar a? I" It I? rn. ?Ith Ht? imer Uranium ?Rn. R,-.iicr.inin tan 17. via Hallfaa F-l? I. t.? the I'rantum .i? ?'o. Ltd. with I? cabin and l*>1 at'eersga psssen K-i- mit p.a)?, Irrlved ?i the Rar at 4 a t-i AMUSFMENTS. m_ ?ihAi n?l ii?h D'lyUU.2 BestSestsll Kv 8 AROUND THE WORLD M vi >l Milv t.\ t., Returs C?t*?aeerl by 1/MOC.I IV Asalated bj Walter l>aniro?,-h. nUDIlLIK OrchaatrsN v gym sselety. .'. Hew ??i. s.ii? Kn.ibe pissa 8UN.9FKB.I8?.?u.errrtf?? ?ETRAZZINI HARDMAN PIANO ITgRD Playhous9tr,,,l,1?V's,lr^:. |bt?: ?V BOUGHT AND PAID FLl^? Win ? -? ? 111?- r '.? I OMKDY.'lst.E ?f R'\ F? S i-, u$j]% Bittf Mit tti ttriip^r;,"^ I. a yields' HKIt.AI I) *??l.. 3'J at-."-. Eve? ?JO ,;,?il.: The Million SV^?IS ( XoIno. n'y AM- - '?" Hntt w v SUMURUN ,"!'v' u.,.-,ii.-?s i i.' UUIIIUIIUll Mond?) MANHATTAN ? -,:- ? n?sr Mink) , n... i - 1.-1 Mai I v.i stw aign! a? ll.,uu <l?(,u? .-?in BMSSN II? < *.n Ii -in N |??uk?. " ftteeuaer Potsdam (Dutch), Rotterdam 20 and Boulogne *>7 to the Holland-Amer 1 Lin-, with ir?s c3hin' sn.l 2.*.1 steerage passen ?ers and md??. Arrived at the Bar ?t 1 am Iteamer Masara ?Kr.. H-ivi" Jan 27. t the ?"-ompagnle General?? Transatlantique, with 50 c-htn and 20f steerage passen and mdse Arrived at the Bar at ? P m. '???*? Steamer Kronprinz Wilhelm iGer?. ?f"m** Jan SO. Southampton and Cherbourg .11. Oelrlehs g Cr>. with .127 cabin and ??'?? ?*;?- r? age -jangengeri. malls and md??' Arrived at the Bar a? 9 0.S p m. ?th . ?, Pteam?r Paloma ?r.ihan? Matanzas Jan -.1. Cardenas 28, fragua 27 and Calbarien Fob . t?? the M.inson Ss 1.In* with mdse. Arrives at th?. Rir al !? 20 am. ___,.? -.,? p?P,-,?r Carlb, Georgetown Feb 2 and v\ll mlnsten .-, to the Clyde S* CO, with MtRSMf*'"* and md-.*- Passed in Quarantine at ? oh a n? S'p.amer El occidente, OsIveStM Feb I, to lout hem pacific Co, with mdse Paau-d m Queraatlae a? 7 :i.r> a m. p.??amer Bantu fBn, Rolarlo Jan 4. Ba'aU I?- and St Lucia SO to R P Houaton _ Co, In bailas' arrived at iti? Bar a? 11 SO a m. i-.vr Apache. Jacksonville F-b I and Charleeton 5, to the Chdo Se Co. with passen? ger, and mds? Passed In Quarantine at 2:03 P m Steamer Princess Anne. Newport News ami Not folk, to th? Old Dominion Ps Co, ??if h pas g. ng?-rs and mdse. Passed In Quarantine at 2 ','. r m Steamer Ocean, e (Br). Southampton and flVrhourg Jan .11 and Queensfown l"?b 1. to the Whit-- Si.ar Line, with passengers, malls and mdse Off Ambrose, Chann- I Lightship It T p 111 _? S'.am.r Minneapolis iBr>. linden January 23 and Southampton 27. to the Atlantic Transport Line, with SO passengers and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 2 ir. ? m Steamer Prinz KMtel Friedrich (Orb ??r*n lanuary 22. B^as del Toro 2*-. Port Llmon 2?. Kligston February I. Santiago 2 and Fortun-? Island 8, to the Hamburg Atnert. an Lin?, with er. panseng-r?, mails and mdse Arrived at "if Bar at ? 2<". I m _, . S?? amer Kil-vth ?Br?, Havana January 2*s ani Porto Padro SO to the c?uban and American Si r*o. with sugar Arrived r>f 'he Rar at 1 1 m Steam-r Terek <Br>. ?Irangemouth January 1*. to George \V Ptto.i, in ballast. Arrived at the Rar At midnight ? Steamer ("har<-as 'Rri. It'Iu"-*- November 29. Pla&gua :i??. Caleta Bu?na r>e.-emr.er 5. Mllellones 7, \ni.,fogasta 0, Taltal 11. ?'.?rrlzal IS, Talca huar.o l?i, St Lncla January IS, Charleston 2* and Baltimore Februarv 9, to W R ?liare * Co with mdse. Arrived at the par a? It p m. (it h _ Steam-r Julia Luckenbach. ron?-e January ?**?. r.uavanllll 27. Arrovo 27. San Juan 20 and Mayacuea St, to the Insular Line, with sugar Arrived at the Bar at 10 p m. 1th Steamer prlnzess Irene (Gert. Bremen January 27 to Oelrl.hs * On. with 123 cabin and 999 Hteerage passengers and md.v. Arrived at ft Bar at 1.30 p in. __ Bendy Hook. N J, F*h 7. l> .If? p m?wind southwest, light breeze-, partly cloudy; hazy sin. ?.th s.-a SAH,BP S'eamers Alexandra .Pan., Copenhagen; Fin? land. Antwerp; Bermudlaji (.Rri. Bermuda. New York I Dutch!. RotterdaJn ; Victoria Luise ic,.r., Havana; Zacapa ?Bn. Kingston; <*r?-ole. N?w Orleans Mararalbo. Ciiracoa. Aragon. George town. Iroq. r,|s. Charleston and Jacksonville; Sa? bine Qa! ves ton; Hawaiian. Puerto Meat??; B'n ??llff iHri, Philadelphia; Vennacher iBr?, Manila; . nlu-.ar ?Hr?, Rio Janeiro; Joseph J Cuneo (?or), Por' Antonio; Ravern ??Ten. Hamburg; Jaiteraon, Norfolk and Newport News STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS. ARRTVFI? Qu??nsto?n. PtA) 1 B_!akanl 1R-1, N?w York for Mati-h'ster Inndon. Feb 7 Mlnnewaska ?Hr?, N?w York Venice. F-h ?? c|carrleld ?Rri. New York via Algiers Montevideo. Feh ?V Lin. olnshlr? <Br?. Kew fort P.ahla Feh A Verdi (Br). New York for Rio de 1 II Mr? port Said. Feh 7 Baron Frsklne .Br?, New "> crk via Algiers for Shanghai Algoa Bay, Feb 7 ?lordnn <*ast> iBr?. Sew York via St Vincent c V, and ?'ape Town S /.. Feb 4 Falla of Orohy ?Bn. New ? Tort and Norfolk \U l'urhan and Vuek land Pernambuco, Feb 1 Klldal- .Br?, New York via 31 Tin.nias f-wr. Feb 7 IndravelM |Br?, Yokohama, ft,-, for ? and New York Payai. Feh 7 Agenorla (Hr.. Ulla for Olouct* ler. M*?-, and New York. Cakutta I".' 7 Drachenfeli nier., New York ..?lers, Aden, Kurrarhee, Bombay ar.d M . ' Talcahuano, Feb 7 Feston Hall IBr), New York via st Lucia I'aMa Blancs and Corral for call?. Rio d* Janeiro. Feb ft Verdi ?Br?. New York ' labia SAILED .-npion. Feb 7 12 10 p m Olympic ? Rn. Men ': erbours and <) i?ens?own Mats?. ? - Pel i iFr?, Nca York Bordean?. Feh s Si Laurent iFi->. New Ynrk I Hartado?, Feh ? L'cayall <Br> fiom New York f'T inelre '?"? ?? 1 B m ? Br?, front san-?s ? f.ir N.-w Torh >b ?. 4 p m Tripoli ?Br.. from San a-,1 Bio '? Janeiro for New Tort ? i Eusenla .Hr., New York San-os, Feh 4 pvron .Br? Nee '. PASSED '?-? v-'< 7 Braemar iBri See Yorv ? \i A iglet? fer Whaaipoe; \\ r :? i'al . for Boston ani \v-a York Portlar.d Bill, Feh 7 "lallleo ,l>. Vw York for Hull AMUSEMENTS. METROPOLITAN ?_?.% r? ?la? .* ' M Walkaere, c.a.tski Mor Mal nai Henael.Well.Ruyselael Cond .H? . Tonlghi 1'** Armide Frematad Homei Bappold. . 'huso. Amato, Ollly Cond t . Prl. at t IS l.obctun/ 1 , Jadlowkcr ? iw. Wltherapoen Murphy cond. Hertz -.?t .? a Or fe?? Homer. Rappold, ? ond . Tos.-.mini >?i? Bep. at *. Speci p.,rf ,.. i..-?,m. Bin. . m .. m?. 1 inn 1 ?.retel \'e MattffId.Wickham? Bmss Oorlta Con?l, Herta Pagllaci-i. p.s iso 'mato, Ollly Cond. Sturaal >?m F.\g. ( oncert. So;.-,i?'S Kathleen Par Ion. vloliiilsie Fremstad ^m.^no", \ ?n'irt Onh.-.ri Cond Paaternack Ne^l Meek Mon .' 1 Irt -legf-le?!. Mor* a Matsenauer Alten, Barr?an, Rei?s. r.ris-[ old, fjorlti Ruysdael ? ond Hertz Mon Fig. 11 I ,* \r|??e Parrar, Mat Maubourg; Roti-.ter Cond., Toacanlnl Tue? K\g ,- ? Thtla t hlcago Opera 1 ?> Carmen .;ardeo ^e|.pint Dalmorea Renaud Huberdeau ?;? n Mua Dir ? -|eof.-?n.e .-?mpanmi ?>d. 11 ? 1.1 Doubl. Bill Verslegelt. oad ski >li ??? ladlowker fjorlti w .-ond . Herti I'agllacri. Destlnn; Caruso Amato Unir?.. Special Ma? Il 2 K>*-Olg??klnder. Pornla M ittfeId. J . :'.'.' B-iss, Dldur, Fi''. ? or-l i and Herti Th.ir? ,- ; 18 Tristan und Isolde Frern ?? ? ! Horr??r. Burrlan. Wetl. X\'ltherspo..n i -er.,1 , T-s m:n HARPMU' PIANO L*SED The ?th Wonder of the World CENTURY NewT? itra) Tel SSM<^?* y- ? m ??? Wei .pop , sat ,t- v.x, v - ,, ilLlUCX'S STiT? Wu 170.1, Time ARLISS 'N' B ' I DISRAELI \7 C0HANT,h , ?TH MONTH COHAN ?*.-e;*st Ev * it * F-h i . Time To night f F?in and h-s own Com? M. THE LITTLE MILLIONAIRE aCTflD B'a i' l">tb F Ad I Uli fiai A Feh ! ' ' * IS Mats Wed . W.d Mats :,0- $1 .-..1 ITI A Ml'SK \I. LACGH. I RAYMOND HITCHCOCK ,n T?m^ BIOOCST BUT. in STAOB HISTORT - Mrs. Ftske. Alma j ?Tliick. Paequale Amato. Mm? ! Simone Lewis W'allei < mond Hlfehrock, r,eo || .0 I han, William Collier. Fddle I" \ rt-u'd PuH. Ciift,-,., ? r.Afoid. ina cuire. ? >.|* I Harlan, Gertrude Brvan j Fuller Melllsh Hegt ?cenes from "The Garden of Utah," "Bur'\ Bulls the Btrlnga." "Bo?ght and raid Por." Th? Quaker I <"*,iri." "Little Boy Blue " Nahan Franko * Ore heat ra STAGE KIDDIES' BENEFIT TOMORROW 1 PFID \*i I IPTEBKO ?N PROM 1 te .'?. CENTURY THEATRE SEATS NOW .???n Stage Kl.ldle? In * Patriotic Fnsfinhle. pHILHARMONlQ .10SF.1 BTRANSKYi Condaeter < arnegle Hall. To-night ft T? mi.tV Aft. SSSn HUTCHESONr.*MST Schubert Rosamunde. Boyle CerBcectO, Franck Bymphonlque, Ts.-hatk.-iwsk\ eth Symp Wr to $2 Mut l/?udon charlton K1NEMAC0L0R CORONATION Tl.. . 4i"'-i n'rH'-i\ -COMINt.' j |0 s " W i'"P Prices. T II E D I K it A K WINTER GARDEN B'way and .*..?tii p. Phon? 411 Colutnbui Mat. To-dtt>. ftO?-. 7?W-, a Be-.t. ?... ,1? g\.oo ?in?culm. Autograph r.irtralta of Mlkall Mordkin Presented. MIKAIL MORDKIN I OPOI KOWA?PAIIT/K \ I \ fPlrect from th- Metropolltnr. (i|,?.r., Housei And the Bis Uu.-i H y^,,- UjAi?i4_ fast?1 cal Entertalnmaeit seira 1 lUlfJIld ANNETTF. KKI.I.KKM \ N \. I.ln.-oln's Blrthdav Matinee Next Monday MM'U Nll.lll lili, CONCERT BROADWAY RSfSTTA TO-NIGHT;',-, \V E BBR & FIELDS ??;i'/',l'?;?; J ; "Hekey Pokey*' A "Bunty Bulls ,?, airings." Mall U-.l ft Sal K\tra Mat Lincoln's B .1 1 w. .1 Mti .11. lie $1 Best Beata.li BO ' Nichte ft tal Mis TSe, 11.11.IM Best Bests S2 sat NrtsftHolldsya.flVc.tI.fi s?> *?.' ?3estSesta.f2M .tnril ST. Then . HOt h St . ,,r H,nv e.v>. ?TJZ Ba?AU?? AButttrfl-ontheWheel DALY'S. By a r* \ n 1 >|.> reit . Sweetly Vlenn s< I VHlf. t-I W? M ... S.I Next Mon .....I "-A ? 'i Maxll.c KHIotl'a Th llH.hei R? v ?. _ -:; THE BIRO OF P?ftJDISE U ?1 Kn.l 1 -'. U- of 8th A, & . s , 3 ?aTSaj Lew Oockslndcr & Hie Own Oreal Mlnslrcl?. H. g Moaday atattaee, The choroiste ?oK: TH-WsEOFPftNAM? -' of B way. Evenings H 13 IITTLE BQYeLUE 1U 1 This is a Winter overcoat. It was marked to sell at $32.00. Now it sells at $2.5. A saving of ?$7?00. A fair average example of the savings all through onr Winter overcoat stock. At $15. ISO and ??25. Hints of our hargains for hoys to-day! Norfolk and double breasted suits spedally the large sizes. ?Long trouser suits, were .$12.00 to ?Slt?.00 now *7..>0. Jack Tar hats that were $2.50 to $4.<90 now 0.5c. Tarns and turbans at -loe. Rogers Peet & Company, Three Broadway Stores at at at Warren St. 13th St. 34th St Crestwood Crag wood A new cloth in two new Red Man collars on sale about Feb. 15. EARL & WILSON. 2 for 25 cents. AMU3EMFNTS. mm O nwon? *m W?. latl AMARiTAREI mm NCLI N MM VORK'S LEADISfl THEATRE!. CliDIDC ?'?'" "l ' loth 8t E? * "? Cmrini. ? p-eb 12 a Wed i i.-> l)?)l HI ,E ETHEI. BARRTMORE -?r.-?enta Bill. ?\N ILL ?*T\R I tk?T? i M BARRIES ?,"?' NOVELTV. A SLICF FIIII.I. H.RR.MORF ?-% wr . w wr wr- -IOII\ HIRRIMUKK Of Lit 1. HATTIE Mllll.M?. ,r?,;1M FTHEL BARRYMORE ? ?II ?IN K \rr" in-1 B'wa ? K- I it Mai t*2. t :|S MAROARI AR < ?* play, LTDli ?.II MURE. fulton v;5 V ;*j? ."Alii MAKING GOOD affiSE .??-"?_--.?.? M la? I Be ita ? ?i i,n ,|n i, i < - \i ? ELSIE FERGUSON HARRIS V.;.1 EVERY MARRIED WOMAN SHOULD SEE THE TALKER Ulincnu ??' ?vaa Srt? nuuaun Mat? Bat f<*)? 12 a Wee I "REMARKABLE ?.CTINO - "??'?. ? MME. SIMONE THF KKTI R\ FROM IKRISUFM " DID If raniv e - 10 Mat? sat. v.-?-, ? ? The Quaker Girl hM< RERB04 KER, B ? - - K I OTIS SKINNER is >n l/ICUCT " -;rr KISMET ;\,?..' T1FKFTS for * week* ? F*lv 19 l<> April HI go on Mile T.? ?Jar, ? * M HewArnsterdarn Xtrs Mi" 1. \ ' - The Trail of the Lonesome Pine With CHARLOTTE WALKER ??xt Weal Mai r? ? it 1 ful Valentin ths ladle? Pile TV i^r.?i.:a, isth .-? y URIC I I Mai l v ? Another ?~ohnn A Harr)? Sue ???"?? The Fun Never L OFFICE " ? fieorge "?'a?h ?nH M aliare Fdilinger. I IDCDTV C'? S? ' ? I?" '? '? '" B ?B ** IV LIDCnil Matin?* gatord?) 2 IS LOUIS MANNV'hVV.VO,?. CRITERION"0 x">" NEXT MON. NIGHT??.' r666 Mob I. T MARIE CAHILL THE OPERA BILL (jLUdl M ltl g EDDIE FOY '?<,\U-.r Mill? Hi-- Dnl? < ulmret on Hie ?tage. Ill?) EXTRA H M I ?IM SKITS AT M SYMPHONY /Rav-i??? <af Ros Torn. V WVITFK IDMROSI II. < 'i.ndiia-i-r. ^ Sunday Aft.. Feh. II??Tentury Theatre. ft.-ilian Musi, of Blghtf-en***, Nin'?e?nfh iri't Twentieth Cent York MlMtlona from MOI F FF.HIt IRIS IFMFIS OF THF. MADONNA," ,,) gg il--.. , i ! ' II ERKESTO rONaOLO, Plantai - ;.ii ? to 12. Box O ?. i v\ u M / > / ??????????????????????????S 14th SYMPHONY CONCERT t * FOR trODira PFOPLK. I J M ult-r HiDiiroM-h . .?"on ?nr'or X ? Saturday, Feb'y 10, at 2:30 % IlBXCI -M? HIS-IW ? OMI'H>KI(S. 2 ZIMBALIST \ BELASSO ' ! aoLou -k.?t? it ?-ifTj.-e. ) W M |t . ?> i??r H ? ?????????????????????S ? S Man !?? day, s.? | y i. u DAVID BEI ?.SCO pr?sent? DAVID WanPiri f-_ m THF RFTFRN OF ANrltLU FETER GRIMM. way. Eve* at n,j?l Mala Wed , Sat ami F< 1? 13 DcpHRI 10 !?ta St.ji'r B*wajr, K??-? at*,.??), DA VII ni:i \ i-,.. .., THE WOMAN ALHAMBRA III? Mut. .'.???-. Cfll nVI'l ??<?l??*rt F.?l???.n a FSm ?MM H. .. .? * ABhljrs, Little Billy. I) l> Mut. MS. |, nU t)l? M, y Brie? ,??- Kin*. "A Himiiii) of th-> rni1-?rworlal," "Ni?ht in a Turkish Hath.'' et, \MMFKKTFI\'**) I?>e Welch, RusaUn Ral?? 12-i s- Ru _:?? ??< talk? Ores... Wim* w-? ID'l) Mat '-'?", ?'," "."?i !?in,Re.linl* Arthur.Irtoih. 5TU All H ?*??>'? Florence N??h. Jo?eph Jef III ?Ii.'vi, m ttrntm A to.. Mr?. 1 ,.ul? I. i- Mil .'". .'.?.a? .liiHie? A Co.. * other?. rnru Morid In ?Was. '?>? l?.-?ir.i Foncer??. CllCn Hi"" the Ma?l?l?n, \n ami Etc Ml ??F.F I INF.MAT?H.RA1'H FA? Il HOIR. ananCiiV or mfsic. 10. 20 aaR ua. AOAUCml 'Alisa' J1MM1 vaxb.mimc