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EMS A GOOD DINNER Learned More State Secrets Abroad While Feasting than ?n Any Other Way. MONTAUK CLUB'S GUEST Ex-Senator Belittles Shouting for a Pure Democracy, and Says Leaders Were Never More Needed than Now. tt'hen ?"haunn-y If, Depoui ?TSS fifty seven vear.s old. tWOSt] -two years aco, ihe Montauk ("lui?, of Brooklyn, civ? i ??inner in hi?? honor. Every year sine?, m April ??, th<- club has ?:":i?- the asme thing Mois than two hundred <?f the club m tubers an<l their cuesi-? eel dowa with .Mr. I??n?w last night and listened to his ?i ..[- ??i: the seventy-ninth snalveraary <>f hi?? birth He n ?' th? H ly -,? ?:.lor. with the except! ?" of wiiiinm ii EEagtlsh,prsst ?i.-nt of the Tlub, who Introduced th* of honor. I?ooklnf* h;ick on his busy lif?'. Mr I?? - ; ew regaled his filet,?i.s with itne?-?l"t.s and bit? of philosophy, and, Inddentslly, touched upon curren! t?pica After ex? tolling the value of n, poo?! dinner, with ?ongenial spirits about the board. BS n medium throuch which to meet lifelong friend.?. Mi. I'epew sa hi he had learned more BtStS secrets from Cabinet mirlstcrs abroad in the COnfldeatCM "f the dinner table than he could have cleaned In any other manner. Leaders in Demand, He Says. "All great movements in mir day." said the former Senator, "can l?e traced to a lender. With all the shoutine and the tmmpetlnc for a pure democra?-y, the e*t actlons of our busy, hurried, rapid, nerv? ous life ca'.l for a leader In every depart? ment more than at any other period in our history. "The same Is true in the industrial dls oiders which are now so acute. In their more revolutionary phases they are gov? erned r?y 9 leader with very few assist- , ants, whose power Is unlimited, whose au? thority '.s unrpiestloned. "But after over one hundred years of j satisfaction with the Constitution, with- I In this year two amendments hare been added, one an income tax, the other fir the election of United States Senator? by the people. I am not poing to dis? cuss these measures. They aie here to stay. But when the history of their pas rice comes to be written. It will be dis closed that there are some curious phases of human nature. "When the amendment to the Constitu? tion of the United States for an Inc tax came before our New York Legis? lature, It was defeated by a message from Governor Huches. That message did not oppose an income tax, but Clear* '?Tited that the needs of our commo;, wealth were growing so rapidly and the reas ??f state taxation were so lim? ited that the im-onie tas should be left to the states, and the general government with is Infinite possibilities, could raise i? venue from other sources. "When the income tax amendment was I?, ture our N?*vv York Legislatur? I said tu a man who as mu- h as any other controlled that body, 'Pid you think QOY* eraor Huches was right'." He ?aid, Tea.' I then told him what these Wcat* crn Senators had said to me. He said: That 1 believe, too.' I said: 'Then why . rue you urging the adoption of this amendment by our state?' His snswer was: 'Because Br> an wants It.' Each Decade Is Better. "As> I look back over fifty-seven yean of Intense activity in many departments of life 1 come to the conclusion that while one year may he very bad, very miser? able and very hopeless, yet, take time by ' decade?, even,- ten years as a whole la Infinitely b'-tter than all the preci ones. "Still, there are som- thincs which feem to he permanently lest, sad are to he retrretted, for the enjoyment of lif One of them Is conversation. We OUghl to be grateful, therefore, to any eos who can help in the restoration of that most charmir.c. 1 almost say indispensa? ble, medium for the enjoyment of Meada and acquaintances?conversation. "President WiiBon is happily eontrlbut* inc to this end. He U inlvof.it I tit: in a series of brilliantly written msgasfltf articles what he call? 'The New Free? dom. ' There 1s intense curiosity to know what th? 'new freedom' means." WANT TO GIVE HORSES A REST. The Xcw York Hallways Ceaapany has applied to the I'ubllc Serviic ?'ommlsslon for pi-rniisMon to use- at? ng< battery cara on the Metropolitan Crosstown J-lne. Orig? inally ?harted as a horse railroad, the Crosstown Company obtained from the pad Board of Railroad Commlsloners the rlcht to change Its motive power to an under? ground trolley. For some time cars In Oelanoey street have been operated ac? cording to this metho'l, but on the other streets hor.'e power Is used, and now the <i mpany wants to change to st'?rf?gc hat through trains have resumed their regular schedules to and from St. Louis and Louisville via Cincinnati The entire Baltimore and Ohio system including the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railroad, Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railway ?open for traffic, and passenger trains have resumed their regular schedules. jj tammamumwmmtKKKaniuamttsstm^atuammwteow ?m?\ Htw".nm'wmi9Vm."A*'Wfgm,tr*TC* A "MASK AND WIG" TRIO. [ H McFadden, |r.. Thomas Wart and C. II. Bann?rd, jr., in "The lector Man" son*, in the university of Pennsylvania students production of "Maid in Germany. tery cars.. A hearing will be order? so? m. POLICE LEARN SUNDAY ?UNA Waldo Instructs Force in Its Attitude To-day. Commissioner Waldo Issued as order I ail polir?? captains yesterday, ? sttentlon to ths amendment of t law in regard to Sunday sellins? intr them to f"??? that i? WSS enforced. Tlie amendment prol Iblta "all i of public sellins or offerlns for rale ol ;:nv property apon Bunday." except th r - of food i net <i b< fors M a m , me ? any time, tobacco, rnlk. eggs iij.d dell Cades may be sold In places other t ai llquon are sold and ? atores may s?n their goods I 1.-A p. m. The law-, hii order raid, met not to h construed sa permitting the sale of un? cooked nvatH o READY TO^ CORRECT EVILS Shoe Company Stirred by Vic?? Commission's Criticism. st Louis, April M W H. II era] manager of th? International -~p ?e Company, which was .xcoriat-ii by ths ! Illinois Senate vice eomml slon at the | hearing In .Springfield, 111., yesterday, - dd to-day: ??\\'e court a thorough Investigation nn?i ?re open to suggestions fr?>m th?- commis? pion as to tin- bettermenl of " ?? conditions of our employes ?it Bprlngfleld. It Is im? possible in s fe? tory running e. to keep "U In ompetent Individ?ala To keep Is our employment such incomp?? tent! Is unfair tO the other lia-ip anil dis? organize* the factory operation. We feel thut thus far ? i has beard only this class, vboes sensational testi? mony does ti"' represen! the fl ?- nor the f?-. lings "f our ? un.toy. s ;i-- a ? I "Th?? Bprlngfleld factory earned 01 ly i'_ per cent on a million-dollar output lasl year. Ws hsvs operated thai atout a year, having bough! ?t tv bankrupt (?rm. We m\\\ submit all records t?> ths ? ? n and u;.r i - payroll, and If evil* ?-an he fo.ind In OUI Springfield factory we will ?Jo our utmost to corre? t them." NEW HAVEN RAISES WAGES Gives Better Pay to 3,000 Men and Averts Strike. Hoston, April for wags Increaaea and general betterments were signed to-day by oBldali ol ths New ?fork. New Haven i Hartford, Boston I Mains and I!o.?ton Terminal (South ita tlon) systems snd station agents, thus averting a threat? i.?"l -nik?-. 'I ).?? wi have besa Increased from I to v? per cent, it was announcsd, Ths question ol hours is left in abeyance pending di Hoi il and Mate legislation. The sgrcsmsnl already is la sffeet on the Maine Central and Central England. Altogethei throe thousand men win benefit by the new conditions on the live roads oontrolled by tin- New Haven company. Th.- total annual Increase In ths payroll Is said to be $-0G"0. Conferences between th?' Boston & ai ofll.ials and employs Will be r? - cumiii to-morrow, PENN MUH HIT Professional Broadway Thrilled by "Maid in Germany." T. R. MERRILL THE STAR Fino Dancing and Comedy Win Big Success for Mask and Wig- at Wnllack's. The Mash " the Unlrer sity of Pennsylvania cam? te New Y?>rk yesterday I | r? two periormauBei ?*.? Wallach'? Theatre Th? Ma a snd Wl? Bhowa I-, '.'.?? long atood !:i the front ? of C- ? ' ' v-a '- ? "Matd in <;? rsa?nv pror? d : ? i sting as N< Toi h hss ? ? ? n ? lais. it waa nol ti a book ol ' 11? r many" thai waa the ehlef rirtu? of the aoi I: ? D -rt? 1 II Smith In It | trtlclpanta an ample chanco te ?how ?ri t they could do; ?ir the mnatc, P eonrpaamd by Charl s <;?:pin and partly ?elected ' roiii v arloua me tbongh this music, original or ior. ?n melodlou and i osen. It wa the dan ng of prli or I. and the se?era] enthttataan with which tin- ; ahot through and through tii-it brought applause as i??u?i and s ' . ' . - ? e Old tl ll ? baa h?--t:d sin? ? its palml? al da] a if there were any Biaadway manners 11- : ? nl ' ?'? rnoon, Mr. T R. Merrill wll bl reeelT? an oft r for Ml prof I ' ?? ? ? '!? week !? ? ? . ?J? rn.-'i.'i ' |Ual to n: ? ' the raitoua branda at pn I risible '.n mu-i? a' com? ?? land -i H M jr.'.*, enactro? ni of thi ? ?? - <'? ? tor v- . ? .-,!? ? .i , '? t of work. while Ft. G. Morri? young woman aa ? lag of th? ? " ?'? bi Mas ' the ] ? * ?? sad a flirt? of manner 11 :?t the Isi - ;. s of i h? i ual mut lesi comedy mifht do well to ? Bui what aU la ?aid sud done, it xrxt the dancing thai was the ,.,v of the nf ternaon. Th? drilling of the ? horns would have ?lone credit t,, Julias Mitchell, an?i two of their numbers, "Toyland" in ?1 "My l'-kini" Mal?l." were n * original in Idea snd as thtlfally sassatad as say? thing m ax in Um musical world thla aaa* son. "Maid In Ot-rinanv " wn? th?- production of amatsars, but it was n??t an ssasteur product loa Ths round aasa who t????k part ?bowed bol i taleal snd brains, snd the large audience gava them a areleonM that had In It far m?u<- than BSerS fu? nd ! lin? s?. , FIVE-STORY "FALL FATAL _ Carpenter, Trying Sudden Exit by Fire Escape, Meets Death. James Hartley, .-? carpenter, was kiiie?i earl) rtsterday mourning bv falling through an opening In the tir?- asease on ti.?- fifth Boot ol No 9 ' Wa I ItSth afreet n.irtieT boarded with Mra Mary Mrap* i on, w h ? o? cup . d room ;?i"i a on i be fifth llo?r. Her husband has- been llvlm,: With hi-' parents al N?>. 2>ri West IIMI? atreet iecordlng t?. the story told by Mrs. Sin;, (?n t?. th? police at th? I??-:?"\ arenue lUttoa, she wa.s ill on iliday night, and Bertie] aal up with h. r until about :i ?'clock yeah rday aaoentag. At that time there WSS S ring at ths door? bell, and Jlr.n. BIB] BOtt'a hushand, Thorn l? Simpson, entered the apartment. Mrs. itanpooa said thai Hartley, aa Boon as the bell rang, Bteppsd out ui>on the fire escape and ?llsapi?. ar? ?I. Simpson and ids wit?, vv ? re t??kan t?? th? potto? station, but after being inestloned for an hour by Cor'-ner Wim? mutton? ?Were permltt.,1 to go. LAW INSTITUTE NOMINATES E. Henry Lacombe Committee's Choice for President. The nomlnatlt.i.; ? ?tmmltt? e of the New Yntk I?aw Instituts -lohn I. ( 'adwaUdcr, Lewis Casa Ladyari, Thomas n. hUi> bard, William 1? OathrlS and Austen Q, 1'ox?ha? reported the fotknrtng as aaa> iii'i-ites for ofBcea to be voted tor at the annual ?lection, to be held at the library on Mav i-'-r president, B, Henry Laeeanbe; for fsta-fvasMcats, John E. ?Parsons. fJaorga i?. lagrahan and Alton i< Parker; tor treaasjiar, Egerton L ?Wlntbrop, jr.; for sseretary? Alfred i:. Warkhai tor mem? bers Of IT ?Salira committee, class of U'16. Robert K. l?e>o and John O. Mil burn; for auditing committee. Daniel 8. Kemsen. Edward W. Sheldon and John MeLean \.-, ,,, In?Im?n?hoii "Big Bill" Edwards Won H in Princeton Raffle. TO RIDE WITH SUFFRAGIS Donald MacFadynn, Colos Tiger Football Hero, Part of Parade. The Mggesl man In the Men's Lea ! will rids in ti.- woman sslfrag? u on May " on ? Fl-cent hotel it all came about Dos MacKensts MacFXdyen, ill- glanl gu . ' nt Pi inceton foothill team, i> of Jam? i i.?" s Loldl chairman o:' the executiv? c.mlttee the Mi ? i ague, the other da! he erally blew in, i ? ca -<? i ? Is m big t his movement ? ci i sts b ra< uum and ' tlie nir round him. Anyway, although Mr. I-aidla* t< tight hold of his . hair and listened this mountainous Bco ma i declare h ?elf for woman s ffi congra lated himself thai ti. ?don oras no milltanl on? it developed thai Don Ms? Kensle M icFOdyen I lugbl Infon ti.iTi .-i- t.. the proper method of enroll for ths m?.m.t' 'i ? 'i ."i In the Me ? when in on he wa i ' h r i:.. die, to be oflcially n ?? ih. .-> bold I ni -lit s w ho a ill r for ii ? csuse on Ma] I i '.i th.it all things i ho balance, whereupon Mr. MaeFOdyea i Commlsslonei "Big BUI" Bdararda ? rins; riding; too, snd be would .mmlttee of one to invite him at on .-'.i ?.ff h< ? Hod i" ses ths Comm rUao to . mount of ad? quota p portions "Mon, ireel ye I? nt ms a hosrsef" shouted. ? No,' BSld "M II." "My bones are h? hauling den I? h . tad, I e Ides, i do want tO ha. i ?? S . lety for ths Previ i .m of Cruelty to An?mala after me ? ? v on ride one of the i ? Us I ? I ?\\.'?i, men, if ys dinna mind, I'll rl ..??ii Chubb." Tii' Riant an.l -Hlir Bill" dots th friendship back from the ds they o i t.? "roughhouse" ? k h otl on ths football HeM al Pi where old Chubb Brat appeared on I scene a* sn ss-prlss polo pom srtth bucked kn.'i', Lite the property i QouM MscFadyefl paM Mi for him betog In? luded m ths da Th be held s roflle, and "Big Bill" dr. tlie t p Tit f"r hi ? SntS, MacFad* sa furth? r t?i ths rat we by promlslna I p? h the stn st meeting th? to bold ol Pis mi Part aftei the parai Anoth? r i ??? run ol lbs Man's ' ? Hawn. fathi of 1 Hann, who i ? i gton. Among th<- i?th?T m?-n euro e Graves, Jr ?r. i-i- derla w I Hni i laie i ? . ? . . R . Bi ou h. Os ths R .lames oratten Myths <;hv ??.?.i s White, i.- n w Beeeh . Dr. a\. Bug< ?.' lue) In, lam-n M ? :. t . i ?arwtn J . Bobs ni.. ibell U ? . r.iwai y. Bflmpeon, H? res d t urrtngto '? r J. 1. Rot I gOam, John A Mason, Robert Les Hal Mas Daati Bu mt"ir os i lai?', l . ? I . : !. Ilevili- k-r, i ? ? .r , .\. Morton. Walter i-. Herv.-> aad Kei LYonford. BIG CUT IN "TAXI FARE Independents' New Rate Lowe than Aldcrmanic Schedule. Ths Public n . km m'a Protect terday another tasicab ??ii . win c> i;i'? ad t t w rai f thi lepei rents f? ? . ? ? ; cents fOr ? ? . ter i ... . ii ; ? . with a chai te "f 11 ?"? .i for oll wall - Trips n It] v' Borough i for at th for the first t $1 f?.r ? . h addition ?! I "ur. The m beduls Is I i ton ?? as that of th I. T. O. A- 1 ixb t, and 11 '?" ? competition thus rrealrd will brl. tutu, v.??i u Is lower than ths ons pro -..-?'i by ths Board of Aldsrsssn. Th bos opened goartei l Ko M Mxth avenue, and within ? ahmet tim?? i hopes i" h.iv?- ofllcas sotabllahsd through ..nt tho ritv. Msmbers <>f the league wii have displayed on the cah doors a ?lt;i with ths word "public." thus distinguish Inq th?-rti from other taxlr;ihH 155 "MIDDY" CANDIDATES Denial of Report That Only 4i Passed Examinations. [Vroa The Tribun? B irr?? ) Waahtngten, Aprtl M Denial of th? printed reports thai only ti sal sf US can dldatea for tin? Naval A ademy pases? the sntrsaos exanHaatlon was mads b] the Navy Department to-day. it srss ds clare?! that IV. candidates had psssrd ,-i:i. thai ths Indications w.-re that th?? BUM ber paSSlag the mental examination would he a NttlS hirKcr than the gaua perrenlaga. <?ne reason being that the ax? amlnatlon this yc-ir ergs sailer thai nsnal. Because Of the expiration on .tune ,10 o| the law allowing Senators snd Repre sentatlvss two appointments t?> ths N;iv.? Academy, th?' B?scretary ?>f ths Navy baa directed that an additional examination i"r entran s bs held Jnns t, in order i?. fill ah many va?ancl?m at? poa ?IbM SftSI the reeults of the last sxsmlnstlen have been determined. Members of Congn i win he nottted Immediately after it .? known tiieir sondldates bars failed. Inder the law BO Candidats who has once been examined can bs exaniin?.?i Ogoln for entrance with the same class unless It la recommended hy th? hoard of examiner? at the Xav.il Aeodemy. IMMUNITY PLEA FOR ANHUT Counsel Will Ask Dismissal of Thaw Bribery Indictment. Arthur ?'. Palmer, counsel for John \'. Anhut, ths attorney under Indictment for "fMinK a brlhs of iti.Bot to i>r. John W, Ruasse, to get Harry Thaw out of Matteswsn. has served notice upon ths i ???traft Attorney of two motions Is he I mad?, before ?lustlos geahury, in thaOrlm? iiial Hiatii'h of th.- Buproms ?""Urt, to? morrow. .Mr. J'iilni? r will* BSh t'<r the dtSBSh al of ?he in.ii. tm, tit agalnot An hut on the ground thai his client wsa immune from piosecutloe because of his tsettmeay bo* bra the governor's commission, sad win sgaln ergs the acceptance of s ipecla] I?lea of Immunity. It la probable that Plnttict Attorney Whitman, If thene motions are denied, will Instruct his arnletant, William A. De Ford, to move Anhut's case for trial at an early data WOMAN DEFINES VIRTUE Dr. Katherine B. Davis Says It Is Product of Contentment. AN APPEAL FOR BEDFORD Superintendent of Institution Hopes for Additional Appro? priation of $200,000. Joaeph T. wiiikuns snd 0serge Bverean, i? presenting the eonunlttee on criminal courts of the Charity Organisation s?>- j ??iit y ut New York, Inspected the Stat? Reformator]? for Women at Bedford mils yesterday afternoon and heard Dr. Kath? ?tine b. Darla, ti-.?- saparlntendent, de? ?lare that nnlesa ih?- state Legislatura appropriated th?- IMMM for which she iti'i i.<! .1 *-s-1? latea had pieuded the res formatory, though It would not have to close down, would be almost useless <iu' :i . ih?- coming ? MIsh DaTla .-aid sh.? hoped for an addi? tional appropri?t! at or i:"?1."??" in the n?-xt two or tin?-" years, to !??? used in taking .?ve;- th? pi"p. rtv Ol the linteau of Soclul Hygiene, which adjoins tin- reformatory la supported b) John D. Roehofoller. Thla property, ?t is said. |ir. Rockefeller has a:r> .?i i?> less? to th?- reformatory : ?i i nominal sum. The building now in prOCSSS "f '<?"- j ?truction will be need for a psychological ratory, in which tho mental and j ditlon ??f the patienta wtH bo? as? ertained and the methods of th?-ir ; treatment determined. The plans for th.?| Itlon of the bureau with the |.- ? ?tory have already won the approval1, of the stat.- Board or Charltlss and the1 Attorne) Qeneral, Th? work ??r UM Institution, as it? name Implle consista In refnrminsr delinquent . .itul th? pr?sent overerowdlnj; Misa Davla ?aid, bas aaads muh reform Ira ble. "The instant an institution of this aort omea a? fall that personal supervision cannot ba gives t?> each i;lri," sh? de? clared, "it becomes merely a machine. grinding out girt? as fast as new ones cone m; no character building i* pos? sible under aueb ? ir? umstaaces, snd the ..?I- go o it DO better than they cam. ?ii. As \v.? are not allowed tO refus? girl.* ? ,s by ths city magistrates, are assd moa?) i?"' new buildlnga In whU'h to a, ? otiifiiii'h'i? them. Othorwlaa we shall h;?-..- to par ?i., girls before are think that they sre ready for it. in the tace of almost certain i- lapses. "?.itis who have beea here are coaatd* ered fair game by almost an the *whhe ' :s- in the state, with the result that th?y are confronted by twice the tempta? tions that face twirls who have never been here, it is hopeloea to aspect them to overcome ti-- ? temptations unless they ? i by ail the training we can ;-,\.? them, and ?such training im r th?- present conditions Impossible." Misa DevlS*? tiieory of reforniliiK do lln?**.ienfs Is ?-Imple, tut so far as on? ? an lodge by th?- n-sults obtained at Bed llnarlly effective. "Mak? them happy." aha aatd, "and the rest is assy; virtue is Isrgaly a produet of contentment, as -,r.? !-. of dtaeoateal an?i tu.ratal dapi ; '?? which often, of course, comes fr-.m isch of proper means of saa* ?? ? .i-i? ?? Make girt? happy and you hav? taken ti-- t'.i t ond longest ?top t?>ward ti.aii:n ; them good." DR. ABRAHAM* JAC0BI SUED Woman Says Physician Ejected Her from His Office. i" .? ? rabana Jaeobt, of No. i? west 47th street, one "f the best kn? >v\ n physldaaa In this city, ?vas SSTVSd with papers yes a in u suit t?. recover |MH for p-r ?onal Injuries brought by Mrs Annie i en. Of No. :?l Pitt atreet Dr. Ja?-oM tsrlssd 'i?" proceedings a? a Htramped*up s at." Mr-- i:o :. alleges that she called bv sppolntmenl at i?r. Jacobfa ofleo with her daughter Bertha? on ?March IL and that v. hen she told I'r. JaCOM the nature ?,f bl r daughter'a illness and the name of the pl '??n who hud !? en treating her i t JacoM put h.-r o'if. sh- allegas that her dtmnlseeJ was aeeompllshsd with such vi,?i, nee that sae hers ras hysterical and hns required th" sttsntloa of a phyat> thai tima ?Dr. Ja?.?I?l sal?I that the charges were false. About a year H?r>, he sai?i, he had trestsd Mis 11? *--?-ii s daughter, who wa? in a highly nervous state. 'Whin the woman ami her ?lauKhter returned last month." said l)r. Jacob!. "ti sy told m?- that ?Dr. Qeorge w. Jacoby had bean tria ting tho ?laughter and that h?-r condition aas much improved. 1 fold her to COatlnua to have Dl Jacoby ti.it the yOUng woman, und that I would n?t tr>at h'-r while sh* was under the care of aBOther phyHiclan. especially aa h* was doing eo well with the cn?e "Th?? mother began to cry and refusM to leStVS when I iihked her to do no. Pinslly, l took her gently by the arm, turned her toward tho door and told her to 17??. It Is rldlculu'is to think that I natd force on a woman and It Ih an out? ra..- thai such a ?ult ha? beet? lnstl tut.J" _ DENIES SHARE IN EGO PROBE Meloney Firm Not Involved in Fed? eral Investigation. Following tin? SCtfon Of the federal authorltlea in Inaostlgsllng the Hiie?ci overcharge? s.ii?i to have been collected by commission merchants from the ral> roada on secou?t of damages to e>?ns in transit, linier I.. Meloney said yester? day that the J. af, Meloney Company was in no way involved In tins Investlga tli n. "We are thoroughly In favor of any tavesttgatlOO Which may be ma<ln looklr.s t?) th?' eradication of alleged abuses," said Mr Meloney, "?and we hope the mat? ter Sill be sifted to the bottom." FIRE IN CENTRAL PARK PAVILION A dr.- Which started shortly before noon yesterday ?n?i much damage to the soda WHti r pavilion In Central Park, Ju^t north of the sheep niea?1ow. It was estimated that th?- los- vvuiild he MmOWbOH between IHI Snd 11 ?)00. Tinners at work on the building !?uvv siiioko curling from the I.???'', and when tin; QlSinsn StTiVSd the DlSSS was w.-ll under way. The pavilion hi.l pi:.t been repaint??! and renovated. No OM was Injured. FANCY FANNY Just 'Cause She Dresses Goils Gets Green Eyed Starting Grand FOMENTS FIGHT Decent, Them Other Factry and Talks Sump'n ?Scan'lous, Hair Pulling Soiree. Ain't It too bad. now, that a poor g can't look decent any more th??se da without all the other girls In the neig borhooij being Jealous of her and wan ing to pull her hair? What do you thli happened to Fanny Wllner yesterday you know?her that lives up at No. 18 Second avenue? Isn't ehe Just the pre ti?st thing? And dress?my, how she ca ?Iressl 1 should think any man wou 'most love h?'r to death. Well, anyway, a couple of those gir down at Nohel and Jacobson's, whei she works- No. 17!? WOOStOT street. It is began to pass Insinuating remarks on h< Bgnre, not to mention observing whi kind of a girl she was. Fhe Isn't th kind of a girl to stand for that sort ? thin?:, you can bet, and she Just told ther what she thought of them, all right, a right. Mr. Nob? 1. he heard ths row an same around and stopped them for little. But It started up again Just as soon a they hit the Street, believe me. Wha those girls called Fanny was somethlru scandalous, if you ?an believe ths see* per who was around the corner. Ther. was T'anline Gri-enherg ami Rose Xohl? and Sarah Comlnsky, and you wouldn' believe that they could say sueh thing; about anybody, let alone right to hei face. Phnny, she came right back al them, and then they lit into her and BMSSSd the poor gltl up till she fainted M the sidewalk right flat What do you know about that'' About that time Patrolman Koel?le i <*om<-?; to and ihlnk? It's about time to i see what all the rumpus Is about. It | takes nlm nearlv tuteen minutes to bring i Fanny ai ?und and than aha declares the other girls assaulted her and bs rounds them all up ami SSCOTtS them ovi-r to the Mardoijgal streit station. Pauline told the lieutenant -she lived at No. 121 Suffolk street, and Ro;.-.> said she lived at No. M BOSt Houston ?treet. and Sarah ?aid her home was No ?1 Wlllett street, hut I wouldn't swear to th??m address?-*, if there was a lUole around anywhere. He has them locked up In a place where they can contempl?t?* the wi'kedness of the litti?? green eyed ssoaatsr during the long j hours of dorknssa Walt a minute?there's more to come. While the racket was going on somebody ??aIN up the station house and says a highway robbery Is being commltte?! down on Wooster street. Lieutenant Mc Ineff sends Detectives Trabuccl and Kitz patilck and a whole squad of blueeoat? around there on the run. ''*hey didn't find any highwayman, but they came In handy in cleaning up the scene 0f car? nage. When they got back to the station every mother's son of them had a puff j or a feather or a side comb or a bit of : ribbon which fitted perfectly on some on? 1 of them girls. Is that all? Well, not quite. What with ?the excitement and th?- rough way tho?e j girls handled her, Fanny was in such a j stat" that she fainted again when oh? trl?>d to tell her story In the night court I and had to be hustled over to St. Vin? cent's Hospital. Dr. M a bon, who took her there, said as how It looked to him Ilk? this same green eved monster had mad? another pretty serious BOSS of things, is he has a way of doing. PARK FROLICS MUST WAIT No May Party Permits Till May 17, When Grass Will Be Ready. No May parties will be permitted In Centra'. Park earlier than May 17, It urts I announced yesterday at the Park Deprjt I ment. Twenty or more applications for ' euch outings have been received, and mar.y more an? expected In the next ?week or so. It Is expected th.? grass will b? In condition by the third Saturday In May to withstand the trampling of th? hundreds of children who participate la the May walks and dances. | The lawns to b<- thrown open probably will Include the one on the Fifth avenu?, kenm of the park. Just below 72d street; ! another on the same side, at bflst street, '? and the sheep meadow. MRS. BURNLEY TO GIVE RECITAL Mrs. Curtis Burnley, an Impersonator of child life, will give a recital In Hops well Hall. No. 427 East tMtth ?treet, to morrow evening, under th? auspices et Hopewell Chapter, No. 4^, Order of th? Eastern Star. A dance will follow th? entertainment. The affair Is under th? management of Mrs. M. J. Bloomer, matron of the ord*r AitKeN.SoM&CS V rouNDtO 1033 V. FlfTH AVENUE, CORNER 39th STREET BROADWAY, CORNER 18th STREET Sale of Millinery, Tailored Hats and Children's Hats At 18th Street Store Only Imported Models, our own reproductions and early models now discontinued. Prices $2.00 to $25.00. a?_4a Perfect: 1 ;. ' ? il lAvif lib nt Wrinkles V.OT alterations if yoiiwe^ar the C?RNU?NE M >LABEL Sold at good stores everywhere in Cotton (black onlv) at $1.50 to $3.00, tndm Sft (alJ colors) at $5.00. You will be interested in the KLOSFIT Style Book de Luxe, sent free on request to Kiosfit Co., Publicity D*pt., 208 Fifth Avenue, New York TO-DAY'S SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN THE LEADING STORES. Xh?-DorJ. ______ ?rumne Full announcements appear in the advertising col? umns of this issue of The Tribune. Read Them. Cut out this list and carry it with you. It will save you many wear}'' steps, many hours and much annoy? ance. Questions will be gladly answered if addressed to Woman's Dept, Koom 910, Tribune Building. Mil \II\M & NTRAt'ft. Brooklyn ?Will UVte a ?al? of cloaka and ?u??? and ehlf Ume an? accordion pleated ?I'lffon? and roloalal pumps at greately reduced |rii M, A1TKKN, SON * CO.. Mh av?. and 80th at itul Hroadwuy and ifch at.?Ara having a ?ale women'? tnillln?Ty and h.ita u? Uelr 18th atrret etor?\ AI.IWAN. H.. A CO.. 5th ave. and 85fh at ? Arc having a mila of elasaday and grad union ireeaue tur misses and K??"!a un?l ? -.nie ?>f 1i!ii>oi?e?l black allk cr.pe da ?line, and tailor mad? aulta. BI.OfMINr.nAI.KS'. Hd av?. and 5?th at? A iiiuunr?' a May ?ale of mu?!ln umter ? ? ?r. ho?.??,? gomtm an<l eiimmer dreaae?: a ao wrapa, ?-oata and a na?v ?anortment o! aummer Mlka und blouaea. BRYANT. LANK, 2*. Weat 3*th at?An naunce ? ?al? et matHrnlty f?rm??nti and 1 a 111 !. 11 :. ? i lone, gown? and allpa. IQX?frmBL 6th ave. and 84th at ? An ?mat a large aaa?rtmant of touring mut travelling ?-oata. outer garments for i'reet. ?rain and ahora, and veil?, goggle? ?u glove?. ?.RAND RAPID? FIRMTIRK CO.. Se. ?M \V?"-t 3?d at - Announce a aale of Oe?* Kinn furniture from their Hump*** ahopa for ua? In dining rooma In yt*f country houa?-. (?KKKMn-r-NiK<?i.r.-rooPKR roMPAJrf. ?Kh ave. tv een 18th and 19th ?t* OfTer a ha?,.?In Ml? of Royal ^'"'?J rug? and library furniture, and all-*41? charmeuae, women'a euita an?, u?<l*r" ??? < ar. l?MA A.. * ro.. No sa? mh aaUt** Hffer dr> ?old ?toiage for fur? ?' ,0 lat?a, with proper care and taaUwe fucllltle?; remodelling and repairing a aavlng during the aummer. HACK. R. If.. * CO.?Announce _"_g Ml? ,,f ?jromen'i u?i!ored aulta and torn and faahlonuble gowne. IM one ol c gloss and underwear. 8TF.RN BRO?.. We?? 2-'d and 23*. atU^AH having a ?pedal ?ale of ?liver ?""'"a ware. Oriental ruga, hall runnera an? carpet?. A summary of the special offerings of the leading stores will be published every Sunday and Monday, in The New-York Tribune under the above heading.