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fails to interest Proposed Convention to Revise Constitution Docs Not Arouse Voters. ILITICIANS PREDICT JGHT VOTE TUESDAY Moro than One-Quarter of [otal Likely To l> CtS< Both Parties Ipathetlc ? ? ??- I to In? fa -. ,i if more voten ?? ?aittee hag s!.u?-.i Ma MUttltU? ?n no p. -a hi. ? ire entitled ? ? ??Ti'rpt . .sums of th?J> r r. and took . oppoe* lity a w tlon. will :>e able to I rrec',- 11 In the printer ??a?. tsr.i?ot?. The? vote fur Mayor was red thai eithla n 1?re ?re usually ?bout 5 per font of re? levais '1 I UJttsX At k>B there ere or.: y I BM in.? iat 1? ai than ?st fall. Thos-? ->t over 1" I ?vill '.v. If the question t-ubmitted then is an to a rnvtitutional convention, to convana In pr'.l. ' If a H airain be submitted at -.ion Of ' ?''" If H is n: ? * ';rmati\e then, the delegates will ? bd the ooavsnl 90 will not be he'd until k .*n."?ng the mora important quest'ons [at may con.? befora th* rszl cosvega? ^ sui? te, ? system of ?? -ferendum, ? ntsstlon }? ? m in the policy of cun f ? -><.?* th? ?-' - P The polls wi.l a hours as for re?..lar ! ..a in. to uf Elections has pro .- for every registered id to spare. ? rtatnt** - ? mated that ? and throughout the ?ting In the m-ii-hborhood of ID FOR TUBERCULOUS Have Preference in Getting Pushcart Licenses. Is for jiu.- ? will caxnined a? the tubcrcu ? - riling wag ;i result of l of Juh i bal? head and *h Com ? ho have the ?se an i e. as ? wants to find outdoor lojrjpent foi such petsons. %a will fclso be the case as regards istancl . It is the beginning plan i" obtain amployment tot Irculous patienta who have leen f?*???^ froa ause k? HEARING NEAR END and Rail Shipping Int?r? ?ts Will Finish Soon. ? I 1 Oftl tell ?.' the itat ? ? ? -'.-??ay that tha long ! ? " earn ?ht i.. ? the railroads tory bad tioti ? ? ts be* ' .trian and H< Chfrd. Thia last direct ' '? ?"? kg two I their ? ntl'ils : interest? I for ? . i V.-?U : -nit the ease without F s ship ght to ? . :I1H SO* ? ? have 'l?-r. SIX MONTHS FOR KELLE Leader of Unemployed Fin< Comfort in Scripture. ? ? ? nl . An II 4. ' C.-ii.'ta 'ilcil ;n.st mon on h march to Washington at ?th- bead unaniployad men, waa eenteneod r?.\ months In the ?.??nty .?ail toi v ?u.T.nov io-da>. Kelley Wai arre;!..l Paa mlnutM ?before hi? "amiv" ?aas rov ? ,i from its ?cana ami driv??n aeroai tl river by a Are hose ami piokhandle.? the hands of pence officers. *lf tlir lowly Xazaren?? suffered ?s 1 did for Mis ?-ause. 1 can only say 1 a no ptvat.T than Wo ami will I I rt'e |udguM nt. remark? ?. ai ? ? ?? BRYAN JUST LIKE HEBREW CHlLDREf He Passes Through Fier; Furnace Without Singeing His Hair, Orator Says. Wash agtoo April _.?A verbal lam ? ?an bin lecturing enlivened th.? debata o the legislative bin m the Ho Republican critica o? ?Mr. Bryan final! linen that D, of ?_OUtl I "Tba Coma to the three Hebron children who ?v ? ?t ice. "He h ' let into tiie Berj ft r mi for mMi ei yea i - alone in his p to take the debat? "but Hke the tlir?. Hebre* children i m down t< n Images <.f Nebuchadneaaer i and bla haii unslnged." "And uncut!" .ame fron ? Etepub? lu an. ; down t?. the image If it had ?beei Mr. B ibllcan. ??\ M lead? nal gold braid, fuse mp In ? '?'? e. "? >ul ?n ti.. ? fi "'n : y of stat.? halla," Mr. Murdock, "the < oachmen w< u ? tmon wear no I. ??!? n. r. when be li ? i into the lea-ding homes of Wichita ?to ?act aa butler at the Infra* OOkS like a gardener and nothing else. "Now, ?orne ?f you would fotal a . man in gold lace upon the B< ?if state. There le nothing Dem?. cratlc In livery? ?there If peril even in the plug ?hat I ?can truthfully .say 1 ?sever aaw a mote pathetk eight than my friend, i>r. ?Teeter, of Illlnoto, in a ??lug ha. " NOT AIDING GREAT BRITAIN Immigration Chief Says Dyai Was Arrested as an Anarchist. ... i ibuM Bui ?au. 1 ?Washington, April ?J ?A denial that the i government directly or indirectly i and d?portation of Hex i ?.? ..i..- ;?'..- ted bj the Inunlgi a . d be returned to it. ontatned In a atatenient ? 'atnln? tti, ' ?omrala sl nf Immigration. It v. ?I that ?Dyai was arrested after an Investigation of report* that he ?rat? making ?].c m In Oregon and Wash:!., ion advocating anarchy and that he ?will be given a full bearing) despite ? the evidence, according (?? the Commissioner, ?Mema to show thai . n anarchist. "The bureau is not concerned ?with any? thing that may bave occurred or thai ma) !"? occurring in India with respect to ftar Dyi m ? i Mr. i 'aminettl. Louise & Co. MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS 554 Fifth Avenue. Recent Importations Easter Millinery Tailored Suits Gabardine and Taffeta Dresses Evening Gowns Young Ladies Suits - - 65.00 ?M \SSACRE OK THF IV? ?<'? N N-V' B^ l" >RE DORE PAINTINGS SAID TO HAVE BEEN BOUGHT BY NEW YORKER Collection of Seventeen Canvases. Which Attracted At tention at Worlds Lair in 1893, Coming Here from London. M.icli Interest was aroused In art < .? 1 fseterda** erben it trag gald that a Nevi Torker Booe would beooma the osrnei of the Dare eolleetten of pointings, now the property of the Mon? eallerise, No ... \? w Pumi atrei ;. Load* n tv : n, s hieb repi i nta tha bai I ??' - '.v,.ik. consist? of a* ?? oteen peint* sad baa '" ' I by 1101 ?? admir? ara av hlffk as 1901,1 ? .i Btusii Bui ni 'if tha Dora Galleries, hsa been ?it tba ^ sldoi f fur the l.ist three weeks ai ?! arhtlg be is i?(.t irtllln** to tell thi . w ? . ? of tha < "Hi Imltted IsbI night thai ? ? thai the pli tures v . | inda within t'!>? ni si f< w srieka During the Chleate fuir. ln?ll i -.tinea end ton tried t" !> : ? RM "f the wntks. The owners would tu?t break Up the COl* li.-tion. however. an?l the entire lot was returned te I*aodon, i hcturtg mph pf CI i i "The ? e |l!H?i e? ? s? I Tt. ternir .lit usai? h ," "Tin?. H?, til* of A inn." 'The i'?' Dreem," "Beca Homo." ?lin \..i- of Tsars,** "Chrtel in tha Hooea ?if i Sslphaa ' **The i treesi ef Pileta ? Wifr . "SoMlarg of th? Tha K* ophj te," "Night of ?? ?i, iti\...H ? and "Chrlel Leaving tha !'i .? :?'! . mi " ru? ivv.i largait ? an i.env 1 . ? m? ' sad "i Tir;.? t lint a In it J* ? uaalem," tu a 10 by It f* I i : ? : rtsvi i ? ' '?? i. gg II area ?nu. nellj asa born in Strasburg, in \\ Inn lif s ni ! he went to and ? ont ted * setchee to Illus? trated pstiodli ila boma ?'f hlerworl exhibited i" Iba Bal?n an early as !*M*> Ills fits: ml painting, "The Bettle "f the Alms." asa done in llll, but he .lui not ??tt'.i? I Sttl :.t:"tl until lltl, vv 1 ?n his "Paolo ;? ; i i I'm? ? Boa da R bbIi I" ? ta ?. t' ? tin.- l.is rise orsfl rapid snd i not -??? h ? ?'.m,? paint* t his asslth "f Im* i; ?? ??:. i, in .-i prominent pises in \ - Iptor siso i "?i ?? ? ?lit* hfs dlsd m lit] DEMANDS BOOKS ON B. & M. DEAL Interstate Board Subptcnas Treas? urer of New Haven in Move to Get Records. 4 M..1 ?? | lb] ' ? i of the .-,,.[, ?., , ?ra'of (.. N? a Hartford i. n w :ll ?hOW dctal . : ? I ; road u. the Billard com? i-any, arblch ha i i" ? t. foi an 'i t.. take ? The - i sen ed to ?Ih\ i of ii." New Haven, ?Vrthur w Bot.ai I at to enunanded to . ?? ?.?n?- records of every description In ti'. :? messl >n relating t?? the Billard transaction The aubpamaJ s? Included <"<?? upon ?Charlee s. Mel 'en, fin nur prealdent of the Kew Haven !?:? ton "f t?be New Hgven compan: who live here declined to make any com mem upon this lateel nove on the i?art of the commlaalon. ? loee friends ?>r one <it rector aaid that he was neerly proetrated by "Am ??..? aval the matu : Por several days additional ?aamThei. for th?? Int?ntate ?Conuneret Commission have been looking over atoen transfer and other b'luks ?if reoonl of tiie New Haven comi>any. Hartford, ?Conn., april ???Former ?3cv ernor Morgan O. Bulkeley ha? h,-.<i ins attention directed t.? the conditions <>f the prosy t?> be used In the voting at the meeting of the stockholders ot the New Haven road In New Haven <>n April SI. The iiiank foim of these proxlea sent out, by the company contains a provision . compels the person t>> whom the proxy la given te trote foi the approval of the afiieement between to? ittomey .1 un i the compan). Mr. ?Bulkeley objecta ?to the condition One hundred proaies ?have been given t.? I,in., and he v ill also \ <>t*? on 1,004 sha:??' of stock held bj tin- Ineuranee oompan) of which he is prealdent DIES ON ERIE EXPRESS Edward Baines, of This City, Was on Way to His Farm. l <??? Ti l-srap- to ? Ti h i... i Port Jsrvtoi N. _".. April * While paaa inK through here an an ?trie train ?to? night on hi? v.nv t?, Narrowsbi rg, N T . where he owna ? poultry farm, ?Cdward naines, of So. _:'.". Filth a vein:?, New York Citv, aecretar) of the United States ?School of Music, dropped dead.' n?- waa am ompanied by hla wlfi. ( !oroi ? r K. ,i. Harding, ol I ? ; County, decided death was due to bean dlseaee, The train was crowded with New Vorkers. haines h lui in, one of the t poultry eetaMlahmenta la Wayne < 'ouni j. Penn , < ontalna IN aerea of land. BARNES SUlT??" GAG Anti-Saloon League President Says He Will Continue Talk. Boeheeter, April t WUItam m a i son, prealdent <?f the Rate Anti-Saloon League, v.in? addreeaad th.- City Club al noon ?to-day, in discussing the announced Ion <?f w lltuun K.i: i.es, ii . Ke|.iii. hcan State Chairman, i<? bring suit -i him for libel, ?aid that . in- bad not been aerv?ad eith ?capera m . case, i?e Instructed bla attorney ?to appear t?" ??on ?and take snj sie|.? that might i><- iMceaann Mi. Anderson mid that deep te the suit, h?. intended i?> keep on dleeut ins .Mi Harnea and li? ooLiiKiw ailuutlou a? _. ,;,.i,ni deinanda. CHILD'S LOST DREAM FOUND IN A STONE Letter Forctcllblg Happiness in "New Home" Was in Fellov.cs Mansion Walls. ? . N I . A ?'i II 4 \\ 01 I rssing ihe E~sl|owsa mansion In I Fullerton avenue aera aurprlssd to ' hi fe ind in the essksl Da d Qoldenberg . ' ompan), ? . aafcet, which, among other ihinge, contalni arrilton bj year-old daui i 'olom I William . -. v : n b .. t tha innige twenty* tiv <? V . Ml ? ?. mat told Ml"' li.'.Hie ' ??' oua* b* ? fsthsr wsa building ?? mi boa happ) aha and h?'r percata i . to be in It. The letter was written April -. Utt, snd ?i ysar later Colonel Psllowoa bed loot big antlra fortuna in \\;iii Btreel Thi manalon. on win. h h? 000, a -is aelaed bj ct ? dltot ??? and be, ahattered In health? weal Booth, vv In : >? ha soon died The house asa never completed, li pssasd Into tha poeeeealon of many own* era? none Of whom OSTSd t" litiish n io nei s dsclead te i ass It and greet s] irtment houeea A wreeaimi c impa ny bought for *-V*? the bul which coat flOt,000. The comeretone In which waa found the letter erlll genre as a cornerstone foi tha new Cedar Av* Presbytei isn ? "burch. Array and Navy Orders; Movements of Warships rlbuM Bui eau ' u'ashIngton, April 4 ORDBRfl IBBTJBD.?Thsae army and navy ordere hsve been tssusdi ARMY. HAMIL n 'N s ^^ a i .1. m i:. Quartei in u ? isstgned departan ni qua . i ,i |> pai i nn'iii Name ol i ? lon< I JOHN H. BE iCi ?If, Infantry, i.iiii ...i mi ||*i .if detai bed ofll ei ?, to take i IB and name .if Colonel JOHN B PARKS, Infantry, removed therefrom, to ? i . . ![??? ; \|" il 18 Name oj Majot FREDERICK E. JOHNSTON . artillery, planed on Iim ol detached ??' Bcera, and nun- <>f Major JAMBS a gHIP 111\ i .i isi ai tlllei ' . i en.I tnei ??: rom ..;.,..n :, ?EOKQE \\. COLL. HARRT R BEERT and ARTHI i. O. DAVIB, m? II. al eorpf, and Elrsl Lieutenant? IIKKBKRT I HARRIA and JOHN R. BRADLET, .it al m Philippines, Anguel It, to United Btati Kirs Lieutenant FREDERICK M FOUCARD, med?, il .? i" Honolulu, en iranaport sail - 11iK from Kan P i an? li eo, June ?'? ; ..m JAMEH BGSWELL, Infantry, to Uli-. Reed Oe-aeral Hospital, i?Ihiii-?t ?.f . ?olun nation of Second Lieutenant RAYMOND i> SMITH. <th In ? r ust l.|i utenanl t>? lUOLAfl W. M'ENEKV, medical eorpe, two months Iprll BB Flrsi Lieutenant HAROLD o .-.i.i i't .i. nil ? in es months ?n arrival la ! eltsd Btataa NAVY Ormunaaeei TkTMM STIRLING, .ir, eeUehed i. .? Rhode Island; lo command ?uhinarine nottlla, Atlantic n? ??? Commander B. J. BBNNBTT detached l-ureau . i.n engineering, April ?. to the i:iio<i*s 1-1,,,., Lleutenaat Commander i. i. HTLAND, de taehed navv fate, Philadelphia; to temporary duty. Naval Ob?rvatory, Washington, . R. I! HAU KINS hi. I H. H KBRR, da* " ii' I ir ? I'ltiKi.iirtcii, t?. ttie BL Louis Kimign I W. COT LB, detached the l'ltta burgh; lo the Booth l'akota. U ? UKKBNB, detached the South i ink..tu . t" t!,<? ? *ha ' inooga, V M KELLET, .li . detached the at. Loula; lo i ii? < 'hat ta i.ua O. I. VVBTLBR, d-tached the Weit Virginia; n. the Chattanooga. ii i! HEIN, detached the Mlchtgss;ta ? Merk, Bni .n ii B. hlll, detached the Plttninitwh to Hm Ubaay. ' P. M. BATES, detached the ritt?. hurgii: t? the Chai leetoe l-.n-icii \.\\ LBER KIRKMAN, d<ia.-he,i the -... the i 'olorado. Bnsls'? ?' *? ??. ?.BNOR, detsehed the A \ ;., ii,- . haltanooca AMMEN FARENHOLT .| , training >i ithm, .-'an Plmnclsco; to the mi Burgeon J, T. BORDEN, detaehad naval m dlci i ml.mi. Wmi, tig ton to New 1er*- ? " " DAVIB!, MINT n, ....i r. corpa, ii*i?i.ii?d n?v?i medleaJ i ooI, \\ ??nfnginn i?, ih? mi???!?' i pin ? !??> ti I Wild i \ MM del " hetl ?m\ ? .n bul "i"i "'i ' ' ? Illusion. 10 ii???- ? ? .i ii I'hv II ... loi H I III \ I' .|o' ?' >"??! ?Ilotniant ?Aie?; te ne? \ d th??? iln? \\ aatilngton Chlat n??.us ?? ?n. lull?; MAIIONBT, ?1* m. h. .i N?? n ?. i.i. n v ?.. ?ii. - bat roa?. Chlaf uunm I .'? Il I ' upt \ . ,i. . ,.. ,1 ? , \??i atatlnn. Ouantanatno; ??? lemporarf ihi' v il... 'l'nltiilniss i. \t . hi'ii.,1 i> i HOIjON. it'-'?'t"?l rftetra i??r|i.<l?i ?ii\l?|.?ii. . inn i.-si.iii. i?? (??ni ?lo.. -lili, n i Norfoll M<OVBMBf?tT8 OF VHS8EL1 Thee movements ?rsf i . ? r ?? ? r led AMftlVKf?. v i.r n n TM Ved ,i irtd the I^ebni r?li< y?r?t ' if? ?'"? I and drill indi in? vtrsrl I? ' ?'"' " ..... n? Ft?,??.,Il . Il? M'.i.i'r'i.lii. t'"' ? n nd ?ir- u. ? ii ? th? ? ?? I I. S \ |l.I n 'I h? \'..-.i;il iukI ? Hampton Reed? f in .: ni.'l I II' V ..1? <,,, soul liei n ?rill ? ?I? th? Wyoming id tti Loelalana, Voi l< t II? Mon Irin?... ?i." ?it? r?H ..,.i i tut for K??, Wi.i 11 i. . ?.? f.,. \; ,'?srs , ,:r: : .om' "f M??lr wps? ?om? ?>r ? ???>?"? . ?.?H ,,-.j'??;; ;:,; .ii.nnr the '"'''Vu' *',,?? ??PI'??? " folH vl? ' ,"! f '?i .1' '? ' ?I?, , Hiri Barbedeea en ro ADE is a glimpse of Nature's beauty which she has reserved for the Far East?and which the Far East sends to Van tine's. It is the one great stone of the Orient, for which a potentate will trade diamonds and rubies. Valued by the Chinese above all else as the "Luck Stone," rich maidens -row up with magnificent Jade bracelets encircling their wrists, until they crinnot be taken off. The best Nephrite Jade is remarkable for its variations in shades of green, the much pri/ed color being the Chinese "Feitsui," or clear emerald. There as much difference between different pieces as between diamonds. And there is a great deal of Jade Matrix on the American market, being sold as Jade. Vantine's genuine Chinese Jade Jewelry comprises a very complete selec? tion of unique pieces in settings of our own exclusive design. It has never been so fashionable, owing to the Oriental fabrics and styles indicated for Spring and Summer. One beautiful large Jade bead necklace, with alternating beads of pearl encrusted carved gold, set off with small diamonds and rubies, is priced at $500. Rich Jade pendant necklaces from $15 to $350. several showing Chinese dragon designs in the mountings: pure emf raid-color beads; unique .Tcarf-pins, mandarin rings and buckles; dainty cuff-buttons and fobs and fashionable* bangle bracelets?all correctly priced for the quality of jade. AA VANTINEr8rC0- ?* Fifth Avenue al Thirty-Ninth Slreet Vistor* to New York shou'd ^ot fail to -re ihr Great-*--! O-i-ntal Rarnar in th* World ffl BROOfLY.N _ f 17 Minutes (irand Central to A. JJ: S. Subway Station, Hoyt Street_| Great Easter Sales Women's Suits, $24.75 Value $37.50?New Spring Models Copies of High Priced Imported Models THERE IS AN UNMISTAKABLE AIR OF DISTINCT.VENESS about these Suits that class them ?as the work of high ?grade artists. They come to us at great concession from a leading make!-, so thai we can offer them to yon at a fraction o? the price o? the originals. They arc in the delightful types o? the season which combined the trim tailor made with the dressj elaboration of the day. The materials are line quality Navy and Black Serges, Gaberdine and Novelty Suitings, in Black, Navy, Wistaria, Green and Labrador Blue, also Shepherd Checks. Sizes from those i"-.' small women to 44 bust measure. Women's New Spring Suits at $17.50 to $110.00 THE STYLE REVIEW here demonstrated ?beyond all peradventure the three imp?t tant point?? of superiority of the Abraham and Straus showing over all other fashion events of the season?the charming wearability o? the garments; the wonderfully complete assortment. ?giving opportunity for every woman to rind her becoming model: and the unniatchabk low pri?e?? All the newest styles are here and now arriving every day. all the best fabrics, prettiest colorings, and every French master of note represented either by an original or adaptation more pleasing than the original. Prices $17.50 to $110, an?l from 10 per cent, to 50 per cent, below Manhattan prie.'?-. ?Castraia-ail?_a_ Women's $22.50 Beautiful Silk Dresses, $11.98 SOMETIMES WHEN WE SEE THE DRESSES THAT ARE QUOTED IN OTHER ?RES as remarkable value at $15,00 we wish we could show every ??ne what we sell every in the week at the price and consider just everyday regular value. But these dresses arc unusually good value, even for Abraham *!v Straus, modifications he newest models, keepmg the true style lines that are ?so bewitching this year, without the erne <>f fantasy thai some reach?dresses thai will please the woman of ta?-te, the conserva* who, nevertheless, likes to be in the moment of style. Materials arc Taffeta, Crepe ?le Chine, (tepe Meteor, figured Crepes for street and even wear, as well as Charmeuse for dancing the latter in delicate pastel shade?-. .Sizes 34 tO 44. Tttrti _ TTrr- ftntinl lalldlag ST< ?day of t e\ti tivc ins Women's $25 to $34.95 Coats, $17.95 to $22.95 SEARCH THE CITY. <?o through the stows of Manhattan. Price the eoats of the lea SOn, and then conn- bark and see what we have to show von. and you will find that Brooklyn can show you all that there is to be seen that i< wearable and worth while, ami FAR UNDER THE PRICES OF M WIIA IT.W, ami Brooklyn's greatest st??re has the lowest prices to be found anywhere. Here arc two unusually underpriced items for Monday: Women's $25.00 Black Moire and Broche Poplin Coats, $17.95 Very snlish model with the new liare effect. Blick, taupe, wistaria and naw, lined with utts All sizes, from those h?r small women to 44 bust measure. Women's $34.95 Black Mistral Cloth and Voile Coats, $22.95 Verv drem model, made ove. Mack taffeta and pet? de cygne, in various colors, artth orem ornamenta Honi and fixing! ?.( tarteia and muire for collars and curt?. All m/c-s k> 4? bust measure. ??rnamuita? A Surpassing Assortment of Capes and Coats ,jrt??is^2 ?as ???<?'; ?swat a? *???rtK__ Styles of 4 vers fantastic Season. _!__"J .\eninR t_oat m the fanciest ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ S??-ond floor, <i.n'r?-. t>nt.-?l Buil-ili?