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If MANHATTAN CLUB'S PLANS.
IpBff mat nEiitnt: to take fxirr.nsirr 7- Will Ct.Vn'S VltESKXT IIOUMZ. Jl I lji, l!xprn nf thr Slrwiirl Mnnilnn Quarters I? T Fit-' To" Much "' " ni(iilrn- I'lnn I'nvnrnl by I'M b' f S rroildrnt Courirrt University Tlnh In IK I KW Slow Into Ha Neivv llnlldlnc Snnn. Mm I If? It Is llkelr that the Mnnhsttan Club. Allien mm ) I : halt 5n In flnsnclrtl dlDlf iiltlr.. will move lf j' I i from Its present qunrteri In tho old Stewart Mwil I ! mansion on Fifth nvenue to the lex ejipen- If Is slve niisrters vyliere the t'nlvnrslty Chilian fl i now installed. Tim now liouso ol the t'nlver- i ' nltrCIilb. at Klftr-fourth street and Klfth it- fi cue. Is almost completed, so that this orcnn- H 'J lisllon mar lo expected to movo enrlr In th i ' sprlUE. thus mnklnc war lor the Mnnhnttan Itfjjj 1 Club In case the latter should decide upon tlio Ik ol ' ehnneo. There has been no tormnl action hr B'Pm.' 'n0 c'Un "" T(,t- '"" ,ne ProiHisltion has boon 1 St cnntallv discussed by tho members nnd Is IfsHjjtS on lil to he lewed with fnror t n lareo mnjorl l E' ty of them. It will be consUercd formally by Kiwi r ""' "onnl ' Governors at a moetlne to bo held BfvJi If 'n "n clubhouse next Friday nluht. I'feB 1' ''" p;'llsfl 'or '"" contemplated chance is l'IH I '" ut"nt financial burden which the keeping ' ' "'p f'lt'u';irt mnnslon as n clubhouse entails. 1 1 Hil Tho rental Is WD,()0(1 n yenr and the tnxes mid CUFfl other flxol eharnes In connection with it run IbJH the annual exietise up to something llko StJO, Ifjftu1 lK0. HFH-' Tl" ltiirler of tho University flub, which finEw; "p situated at Twonty-slxth street and Madl HUlFrY on avenue, meet with favor for sovornl roa .KBi sons. In tho first place the rental Is said t be IffX. Lut $24,000 a year, the taxes being paid by 'AriS 'ho Jerome, estate, to which the ptopertv bo miwPait' loncs. Here would be a snvlnc of f0 per ;ent. ?B' ln "' club's heaviest expsn-e. lllifliB' When the suggestion was llrst made that IXllVni "e Manhattan Chili should leave its present I wind home Immediately It was feareil that some ol- ISVl jcciiun mlulit be raised bv the Stewart estate. KfliW' which own the property and from which It is IrHFitt' leased. Frederic It. Coudert. I're.-iilent of tlio BWrsi G'ul'' fc'l'u resterday that hoilld not tiilnk them Ifiwl -vroulil be any dllllculty nl.eut nriiiiiflnc this JrHS' mntter. If UtU " decision ha- been reached concernlmr fVpn' ""' r'lltl" n'ovlni.-. ' fnl'l Mr. ( nudert. ' hut it IMliR '" belnc conslilered Hy Alor.day we mnv Iw IbMiu '' to wke a definite niinounccnieiit. Our ISImIu landlords haxe kindly cunsoiitiid to meet us lEHiR nn" war BO "'at nriancemcnlH can bo pr ItfifmB fncted for out cuttltm out nnd lnt- uew'tuar- tTSma' tcr9, 'e ni,,e " lcnn on the present clnu- kiIh house whlcli expires a venr from neM Miueli If ifiK ani' frivllcceof n renewal for lle years from LBIS' that tlntc nnit then six years ndditlonnl If the RIlS; members continue payiiu; ip their obliKntlnn- KB 'iwi with the alncritr thev are nowushm, thnuluh IcllS'' wl" bnve no dinieultv In nrraimtnc with its PS 18 landloids to be allowed to vet out. Rill "The University t lull cnmrteis .hnvo been if! SB' I favorably mentioneil. but 1 i-nnnot '-ay that lit Si Is hey liavo been decide I uin. I'crsonally I If I IS would like to mow theie To be sine. ItV not IstHlfi' on I'll tb aenue. but that is not nn essential. I MBS )r ne ,v0,- n mushroom club ive uilcht feel as lEuli thouuli we nuulit to be on I'lftli ntenue An llnNf' "''' '''"', 1,le outH en" afford to I'et olT I'irtli fi1 avenue, especially wlien we yet the next best Iftl'B r thins. Mnillson nvenuc The site I h i i " u Ivlff ! "'"' olu'' n"' w'icn the .'Viurt. Iloun C'Im Hi ll tU l" tnK" il wl" "' m08t convenient for the lawyers ItfTst ""' the .Tudves. 1 am n uietnlmr'.f the I'nt I fill ! verlir Club, ami 1 know that the bullcllni: tU y woiilj suit us." I IB f- The step contemplated by the Manhattan I ffl I, t bib hns revived the story that Tiffany A Co. I H ' would !eac the Stewert place for an iiptuwn ,i r itore. Kx-.Iuilne lloraco IIusm-II. who i LIffl I counsel f?r manj of the Stewart heirs and Jin f: conversant with the business of the etate. vmi IK alil that the TilTanv hud made iiooeriuies. Iflj'if Concernlnc Mr Coudert's Htnteiiiont that the ll3 It etaie was mcetlnu the club half witv In Its :8jl effortf. to straighten out Its ntTairx. he said: U S ' "If tha ulub finds that It cannot pay us the jllla!' monev. of course It Is best that It should iro (fjlj),1 elsewhere. We -hall put luithlnc in their way !j i, and thai! -l tinI j- look for other tenant " HJ i. ITES'S TALK OK ll'OK ' His .lellliins tVitr Wuteliril lllm llb Onriu f ! :inc nml Imle Mini Sleep In the Itiirn. ijj' r Vlco-Chiinccllor Stevens henid tcMimonv i iff r Jersey City yesterday Inn -hIi of lleininii S. S 'i Gates ef Kduewater. DurliiiKtoii eouiitj, X .1 . h j" for divorce from his wife Anna. The couple Ijn i S were narrled in Willinm'.port. 1'a.. In 18irl. A Sfiji 4 rear ntern-nrd they moved to lUleevratpr. ns Wji Mr. Gates iseoiineeted with tho Otis Oil Com- jll , f pany. whose plant is located thre. (fate-, te.ti- m fled that his wire is rtf an insanely jealous? di-.- Ijj fm position. When he left the liouso in the moin- a$ fit Inubhe stationed hetelfon the veranda with Kj) ' I pair of oiierti clas-es and watched him to "-ee ml fjf Hint he went to the nllleu Jflf'K "Mie wiitehed mo nt .ill liours olthed.iy." J jEr tald bates "toseo if 1 went to New Vor'; over Itl " ,,!0 '-."th street ferry. When I went toward 181 f'fi he forty she ran niter me nnd alwavs created .nil i i I siene. accusinc ,n,i of huiui; on my way to !; ' . ' .New iork to keep nn appointment with some J (f woman When 1 was sick she refused to nurse j itit ' me In ii tit of jealousy she left me lit June, llf; r INUt. Kivlnc that bin- would never live with inn ; (ii. ncain She lias not returned home, bur I have j M. , been paving her joO a month for hersnpport ' lmf i Mr. dates said that his wife sometimes, when ! Sh ; he vvns asleep, pulled the bed cove rln its ofT nnd ! Jfif , nuide fliinKt-wi unpleasant that he was obliged jj ! to no oil' to the bam and n'eep under a borso JSa; ' blanket, tin one .tension he arrancod to tnku ;Rf : his wife to Philadelphia and Old l'olnt Comfort. H? ' When they reached Philadelphia she refused Htf to co any fui.ther and returned home. She Bfli , winli'd a blevcle. he said, and because h m- 54j ', fused to buy one for her -n created such a U , distu-l.auce that he was obliged to leave tho 01 ft house. Bf j Mrs. dates denies her husband's nllecatlons. Sft M and will tell her side ol the story nt the next JEM f, henrinK. H wi . waicii riir.itt cnu.nitKs. J j S 1'n rents Iteipoiihilile for the Safely of Their INiflt l.lttlc Ones While in the Streets. iV An action of Isaac M. Iiwcry to recover SIO,- 1 00(1 d.'ininifph from the Xuw York Ice Company beci..-o of injuries to his 5-year-old son by bclne run over by nn lee wacon was dismissed by .Justice MeAdani of the Supremo Court yes teulay. At S::)t) oVIoek in the evenlnc the chlldnttenipted to cross Chrystlo stieet. not nt a stieet cinssin. Ho was accompanied h n younger sister. The .lu-tlco nyn that tliu ticgliccncc. ol the aieuts In permittinc the cmMloun upon thebtioets nt that hour unat tended must la law be iittilhuteil to the child fc-eklnc dnmnecH. tlirouuh Its cuardiau He Ktys that if the child had been at a street eros inc or out at a time of thu day when children micht be expected to be met by the diiver. the juestlon of nechcenceof the defendant mlcht have been left to the jury. He continues; " It requires the excivise of enre and dlscic tlon in every lame city to ptotect one's self from the dancers which constantly menace life 'Fi!J nDl1 bmb. and It Is only when despite such care rt.fi I on the part of the iedestrlnn an accident hap- itfl i pens that a remedy may be had In thecomt-. jre ; i In the case of little children their parents are IB j - their natural protectors and they must bum ita J j extent keep them out of harm's way nr take Ifa : theehaneesof Injury. lid i "Unfortunateli. elreiimstnnces compel most its ' rarentsto take thei-e tsks When a child Is , too vounc tonpproeinte and protect Itself from iJB ? attendlnc dangers vvliieli beset il in thickly jl i Iiopulnted dlstrlels. the parents must have ,HJ ! i-oine discreet attendant in charce, or trust to t iiooil lortiine nither'ilnn to the law for the ;fl! , ' cnld'. safety. This may M'nm hatd. but it is ! f nevertheless the law lis established ill tills llll i Stale." ill J f rm: xmtrii amkuivas .sold. .j It. i:. A. Hon- nf Tlili City Tithes (biirce nf jijl iff the rillllltlelplilii llnily, jjjii- riilJ.ADKt.riiu. Pa.. .Inn. 'J.'.-The firm of J I I Clnvton MMlelinel .V Sons, proprietors and ij II j V publishers of the Xnrth Ainmrmi, n dally onn j 1! ' V cent iiew.spnier In thl city, announce a dis- l tt J f-olutlon of i arlnoi-slilp to-day and tho J n I i transfer of all their proprietary interest t n i in the ' Aoifi .Irnrrtrnn to H. K. A. Ilorr. ; 11 J ' pulill'-herof the New York Mail mitL Kipm. t J J ? 3Ir I orr has assumed tho mnnncement of tho i)t paper, and is in eh.irse to-nlirht He declined I'll "i towiy anythlnc about the future of the paper ill f at th..i time, or lo cive any other detailp than r Wi the mi if announcement of a chance of owner- i mi ( b,llI, , lllf i '1 he .VirMi .liiiriii'dd Isoneof thenldest dally I. nil ; newspapers In the United States. Tlio Into j fit I Morton MeMlchael acquired the ownership ! Ill j about a half centuiyai:o, and the business has I H I been carried on by his sons and ciandsons M J flnce. There h.ivu been many cuesses as to I I i the personnel of the new proprietorship. jl1 f There Is nn Impression that Gen. Felix Acnus J of Ilaltlmore Is Interested In tho nnwsyndicate. 'fill IHOKKIt'S Cl.l'll TO ADMIT I.Ahll'.S. " j ? It f They Mum lie Itelntliri nf Members, How . evari Hud 1Iiiti Memtierihlp Cards. t I 'j The Demoeratic Club his decided to throw ? J S open the doors of its clubhouse to the wives, j ii dautthtnis. and sisters of members. Teb. 11 1 It will be the first ladles' day at the chili, and ! after that the women relatives of the members I! I will bo permitted to visit the clubhouse on m Fifth avenue any day between the hours of 10 k I' ! A. Jl. und 0 I'. M. gyli Kuch memtiar will receive a mimberihlp B li , card that muy be used by his wife, dauchteror I fi j ' sitter, who will lie entitled to all tho prlviltces g or the club. It, Tho club will civeasmokoron th nlshtof 1KI lb.4. 1 aoTKRSon pjnnbxa neas. The Mnn TTnsHervlnr n T.lfe Sentence for Klltlne Anather In SelMlerenn. Arthur von Drlesen. President of tho 'Ileal Aid Hoelcty. received . tolcKrnm last nluht from Gov. Itoosevelt announclnn that a pardon had been granted lo Martin Hess, who wns scrvlne allfn sentence for munler in the first decree under tho nntne of Martin Hyee. Hess camo to this country In the latter part I oflHMl' He took rooms at. tSl l'nrsrth street, nnd as ho was of n retirlnc disposition he made few friends, but spent Ids evenlnus In tho sn loon of Frederick Doehtermsn. at 07 Forsyth street. Ho vVas In the habit of playing cards there, and one nlnht In February. 188.'!. n quarrel arose over n came. Kveryboily was Intoxicated, and someone made for Hess with n huniislarter. He drew a pocketknife to defend himself. The knife had only n small blade but Hess was unfortunate enouirh to out one of Dochtorman's arteries, and tho saloon keeper bled to death In ft short time. Hess was In dicted for murder In the first decreo. and was tried before Justice Harrett. He was convicted nnd sentenced to llfo Imprisonment. A Ilttlo more than three yoarnniro Hess re ceived In person from a charitable society n bundle contnlnlnc some dellenclcs. They were wrnppod in n piece of n German newspaper, and In iiorlni over this ho rend how Arthur von llrlesen. President of the I.ecal Aid Hoclety.had aided a number of unlorttinntn nnd friendless Hermans He wrote to Mr. von Uricsen. nnd the letter was o tmthetlc that Mr. von llriesen examined Into the ease, nnd decided thnt Hess should have been convicted of manslaughter In the first decree only, ns ho hnd acted In self-defence. The innxlmtitn sentence for manslaughter Is twenty years, or twolve and one-half years with commutation for good behavior. As Hess had nlready.scrved more than twelve years Mr von Drlcsen main tained that he had received ample punishment, nnd he circulated a petition for tho man's pardon. Gov. lllack received this petition In 1807, but refused to Intprfero. Mr von llriesen did not drop tin) case, but determined to call on Gov. Hoosovolt on Saturday. Yesterday ho received n telegram from Gov. Itoosevelt asking hllu to come to Albany to confer on nuothet matter. He went, nnd. nftor the other mailer had been discussed, ho brought Iless's ease to the Governor's attention, leav ing with him the petition, a lilstorv of tho case ami the lino ol argument on which he niiiintaliied Hess should be pardoned. He re turned to tills city and a few liours later re ceived the telegram announcing thnt Gov. lioosevelt coincided with his views and had gi anted the pardon. MO.WO.V I'fl.ST ItOAll TKOI.I.KY. VlaiiininuerU (iruuts a Trum-hlse gnlust Kiel! Men's I'rntefct. A public hearing on the application of the White Plains, Tnrrytown and Mnmaroncck llnllroad for a franchise, to run a trolley linn on the Hoston iwst road from Manidroncck to l.tirchmont Manor was held in Mninaroiieck township by Highway Coiiiiitisnncr Ireland yesterday afternoon. Tlio Huston post road vvns formerly tlio main thorouglifate between lloston and New York, and In the days of the old stage 'conches was lined with famous tavern some of which aio now standing. It 'is still a imiguillceiit road, paved with niaeaduni and beautifully kept. Along it dwell many wealthy property holders and among them there Is much oppo sition to the railroad franchise. They were represented vestenlny by l.nw er Kugeiin Hush, wlioaigucd against thu grunting ol thcfiau chise Many of tin sinailcr property owners along the toad win pi-cent and must of them "ecnied to be In favor of the tiolley company. In eon.sciiuence Commissioner Ireland decided to grant the frauchls Last night tlie trust ' the village, of Ma- maroneek also held n i.ublie henrimr to eon si. ler the same application. The village U ill tli township of M.iinaroncek. but the town ship authorities nnnnt grant a right of way through tile village without the trustees' con sent. Theie was practically no opposition to the franchise at thl meeting, and the trustees decided to grant it. although the formal vote on the question was postponed for one week. The simic company Is trying lo getaftun ehise over the toad from I.nrcliinnnt Manor to New llochelle. where It could connect with the lines of the Union llnllroad. and there is to bo n public hearing on this application in I.andi lnoTit Manoron I'cli. 4 The opposition Is said to be verr stronc there, nnd the project may bo defeated BJII.'V IIKAH.S Till: .Mill rOMIIIXK KliTted Yrhtcriln) ilftCtiillriunli of tlio Ainnr leiin Steel nnd Wire Compnity. John W. Gates was elected Chairman of tho Board of Directors of tho American Steel and Wire Company of Xew Jersey yesterday, and John I-aiubert was elected President of the company. Otiier ofllcers elected at the meet ing of directors, held for organisation, were. William IMenborn. First Vice-President: I. L. Kllwood. Second Vice-President: S. H. Chis. holm.Tliitil Vice-Prosideii': Philii W. Moen. Fourth Vice-Piosident; W. A Green, Treas urer: I'. I.. Wat'on. Assistant Treasurer at Chicago: T. P. Alder, Assistant Treasurer at Xew orfc : G. S. Huberts. Secretary: O. Owen. Assistant Secretary at Chicago: r. U. Patter son. Assistant Secretary at New York Execu tive Committee -I. I.. l.llwmil. Chairman ;.I. W, Gates and William lleiiboni It was stated vesteiday afternoon that more than ''7 per cent, of the stock of the old Ameri can Steel and Wire Coinpniiv of Illinois had been deposited with J. A-. W. Sollgmnn A Co.. for transfer Into the stock of the new company of the same name. Deposits have also been going on at tho ofllcc of the Illinois Trust and Savings n.ink. in Chicago, and It Isexpeered that, with the returns ftoin that city In. the. amount deposited will be found to exceed Oil per cant. SIIO ST. I'ATIllril'S DAY I'AltADKS. Tim Keglllnrs Deride to I'.lilr in C.trrilices Iiistrnd of Walking. There was a meeting of Irish patriotic socie ties In Central Hall. 'JL"!' lUist Forty-seventh street. Inst night, to ninkeCplans for the St. Patrick's day celebration. Delegates were present from tho branches of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and a number of temperance societies. A committee vvns niiixiltitoil to hire eaiilages. In which tho paradeis will ride in llistend of walking, as usual. Tile organization known ns tho Hoard of Frin llianch of the Anclen' Order of Hiberni ans met at lO.'l Iloweryand mnde their own arrangements for celebrating St. Patrick's day. They will not take part In the parade of tho other organizations. It was decided Hint n hall lie ensnged in which a ball should be held on St Patrick's night. At both meetings it wns decided to join in the welcome to the Sixty-ninth lleglment when it returns from Hiintsvillc. Ala., on Monday. r.vo.v .w;.v to on to ..nr. Stf milliner nnd 'I heir nelpein Areuse Trndf Itlinliot Depriving Them or Work. Tlio Xational Protective Association of Steam fitters and Helpers hnd nn action on trial be fore Justice Truax of the Supreme Court yes terday charging the representatives of certain other labor organizations with conspiring to deprive them of work and break up thelroi ganlzjilion. Tho defendants are: Jnines J. Ciiminliigs. delegate of the Fntcrprlso Assorl.i tlou: Jnmcs .1. Nugent delegate of the Prog rest. Association: William .1. O'llrien of tln HnllillncTindes. Patrick J. DulT. Treasurer of the I'.nterprlse Association, nnd John V. Mulla tie). Treasurer of the Progress Association. The plaintiff association nsks thnt the de fendants be peipntunlly enjoined from Inter fering Willi the members of the plnintlfTasso elation nnd foi daning" to the association through members being thrown out of work. The ease will probably occupy several diys. .vo iiaii. ri:r ron nrxn .vooitix limtior ItnnkMtupr Wants lo Know More ImiiiI Cnniplirll ns ii llnuilhiiuiii. In legard to the application of Fnyne Mnoro to havo Joseph Xeil Campbi'll accepted as her bondsman ln tho sum of $7..ri00 pending her trial In connection with the badgering of Mar tin Mnhnn. Justice llookstnvcr handed down a memorandum yesterday staling that lie would hold the motion In abeyance pending further Information nbotit n judgment for f:i.U7tl against Campbell entered the day befoie. The Justice says that Campbell testified when ex nmlned as to his sulllcicney as a surety that he was only liable on notes aggregating fl.lHHl. and the judgment entered yesterdny was on two notes. Tim Court says thnt It takes juill olal coirnizance of the ludcment. nlthouch not C1IO VOKilKUIlO Ol C JUtlKlllCIll, IlllllOliyil HOI. mentioned In tlio papers before him. because It Is u judgment of his court and affects tho credibility of Campbell. nr.r.i.Y sot a h-it.irn. President Aikernmn of the Motor Company Comrs Out III His Defence. ). h. Ackermnn. President of the Keely Motor Company, mnde a statement yesterday In de fencoof tholatoJohn W. Keely, and. replylngto tlio churgo that Keely'i secret power was com pressed air. Mr. Ackerman doelared that the big steel sphere and the tubing and pipes In the I building occupied by Keely wero merely dis carded machinery whose existence was well known to all who vrsro connected with the work. i IWIWIIIWUl.aM.J.Ili7tSWMlMMall TRaTEttOATS irfWnrjyGS, , niehnrdion TYItllnniion. ' Tho wedding or Miss Ella Augusta-Williamson and Albert I-andon lllchnrdson was cele brated yesterday afternoon lit Holy Trlnltr Church, Lenox hvonun and 122d street. Tho Ilev. Dr. Alexander Orlswold Cummins, Jr., assistant rector, performed the ceremony. Tho brldn was given away by her unolo. William Steele Gray. Miss Georgia Orar. n cousin, was maid of honor. Miss (,'arllo II. Taylor. Miss Mary lleynolds Ileal, Miss Kathrvn Hnsbrouok. Miss Olive Hitchcock, Miss Helen Weeks and Miss Annie Halderman were the bridesmaids. Hnrry Illehnnlson attended his brother as best mnn. and Mr, Ln Coste. Mr. NnthntilolC. Camp bell, Mr. Alfonso Itockwell, Mr James Coflln. Mr. FJmer II, Crall and Mr. Edward Drowning were the ushers. After tho chttreh ceremony there was a reception nt the rnsldenoeof Mr. and Mrs. William Steele Gray. 8 West 121st street. tltlhn Fonte. Miss Madeline Foote and George A. Huhn; Jr., of Philadelphia were married yestorday nftemoon nt tho Church of tho Heavenly ltest. The floral decorations, whloh Included several bells of white carnations, were on nn elaborate scale. The Ilev. Dr. D. Parker Morgan, tho rector, performed th ceremony ntn:30o'c)oek, nnd the Ilev Mr. Williams assisted. Mrs. Dan lells. n sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Mr. vvilllnm Huhn. n brother of the bridegroom, nsslsted him a best man. Mr. Thomas J. JnfTries.Mr. lidward I). Smith. Mr. Spencer I). Wright. Mr. Samuel 1). Walton. Mr. D. V. Gross and Mr, Charles M. McCloud. all of Philadelphia, wero the ushers. After tho church ceremony there wns a reception In tho state apartments at tho Waldorf-Astoria. font A-Robinson, Gosnr.K, N. Y Jan. 25. A. It. Ooates and Miss May Vorplanck. Iloblnsort. daughter of Dr. II. II. ltoblnson. woro married at noon to-day In the Presbyterian Church of this place before 1.000 iieoplo. The best man wns Chnrles WIs nerof Xcvv York city, and the mnld of honor was Mls Katharine ltoblnson. sister of the bride. The bride was costumed Inn dress of white liberty chiffon over white Jaffeta. with white veil and orange blossoms, and carried n bouquet of bridal roses. The maid of honor vvns ultlied In a gown of pink liberty chiffon over pink silk. Mr. Coates Isoneof the (Mates brothers, known throughout the country as owners of trotting horses. Itell-Moirrll. MN Minn Adelaide Morrell. a daughter of Mr. loiil Mrs. Charles S. Morrell of Flushing nnd a niece of llrig'.-Gun. James Mol.eer, com manding the Second lJrlgnde National Guard, vvns mnrried nt ! o'clock yesterday afternoon to Ernest I.. Hell, n son of ('apt. Frank N. Dell, who formorly commanded tho Seventeenth Separate Company X. ti. X. Y. of Flushing. Tin- ceremony took place nt the home of the bride's parents, at 2S Covert place. The Ilev. II. I). Waller, lector of St. George's Episcopal Church, ofllclated. Tho brldesmuid was Miss I.ettle Dell, the bridegroom's sister, and the beat man was Frederick Van Nostrand. his cousin. The wedding march was played by Heiiry J. Mcl.eer. a son of Gen. MoLecr. tlrmn Wiggins. In St. Dartholomew's Protestant Episcopal Church In Brooklyn last night Miss Grace Car leton Wiggins was married to Charles Cullen Oram of Qulncy, III. Tho ceremony was per formed by the HIglitllev. IllsliopCraftonof Wis. cnnsln. ussisted by the Ilev. Dr. Turner 11. Oli ver, rector of tlie church. Miss May Crnftoii Wiggins was mnld of honor and Wllllnni O. Creamer was best man. The bridesmaids were Miss Katherlne Clem and Miss Clara Hush, und the ushers were Hewlett tiealey. John llnile llogardiis. Harry Creamurund Charles Arrlghl. Tliure wa u reception at the liom ) of tin bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Wig gins. 107O Dean street. Kiskr-Drau. The wedding of Miss Pauline Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs 'Matthew Dean to Dr. Edwin llodney ITske. son of Dr. W. M I., l'lske. took pluee last night In thu ltoss htteet Presbyte rian Church, llrooklyn. Miss Edith I,. Putnam was maid nf honor and John Sage FIske. a brother of the bridegroom, was best man The bridesmaid!- were MNs Winifred Hall of Man hattan. Miss Cynthia Dixon of Stamford, Conn.. Miss Hnttie D Matthews of Orange, N. .1., and Miss Jennnette llav of Urooklyn. The cere mony was followed by a reception at the Ivuapp mansion. Kisclier- illblrrth. Miss Florence Adelaide Hlldreth and Dr. Charles Sumner Fischer were married yester day afternoon at the llristol. Fifth avenue an Fortv-second street. The Ilev. Ilobcrt Collyer perlormed the ceremony The bride wns given awav by her brother. George H. Hildreth of Washlnaton. Mrs Chapman Hymns of Xew Orleans, the bride's sister, attended her as inatron of honor. Miss i;ia ltoblnson of Hiook lyn was tho bridesmtild. Dr. James Clements assisted ns best man, and Mr.Cliapninn Hvams. Jr., and Mr. Einest Avraiilt were the ushers .llcKiblipii-llien. Miss Myra Ellen Hum and Clarence Charles McKlbben were married yesterdav alternoou at the residence of the bride's paienis. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Dien. Madison avenue and Seventy-sixth street. The liev. George C. Hough ton, rector of the Church of tho Transfigura tion, performed the ceremony at .'!. .10 o'clock. Miss Ellaline S. Whlteomb was the maid of honor and Mr. Jack MeKihben assisted his brother as best man. Mr. Franklin Itien. Jr.. and Mr. Lloyd Vandev enter were the ushers. There wns a reception from 4 until 7 o'clock. IJe die I'nrkf r. Miss Marie Parker and Maior Thomas r. Dcdlc. n son of t lie late Gov. Dedle of Xew Jersey, were married at noon yesteidav In St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Duncan avenue. Jer sey City. The Ilev. William P. Ilrush. tho rec tor, olllelated. ( Inly Immediate relatives and a very few Intimate friends of the couple were present. There was no bridesmaid nor best man A wedding hicakfast wns served at the homoof Mrs Allhca II. II -die. ,'ll Duncan ave nue. The eourlo will spend their honeymoon e.t NlngsrB Falls and Chicago. Veit I'illtj. Miss Alice Longfellow Cilley and Dr. Harry H. Weitof llicliinond. Ind., weie married yes terday at the home of the bride's father, John K.CIIley, Piesldcnt of the Ninth Xntionm Hank, lit 170 "est Fifty-ninth street. The Ilev Stan ley C. Hughes of illchmouil. Ind., iicrformod tho ceremony. Miss Eleanor o. Hmwnell was tho maid of honor. Dr. Arthur II. Cilley. h brother of tho bride, nnd John F. ltuswll,.lr.. were the ushers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Weist will livo at I'lchmond, Jnd. I'rlngle I'hj Iblnn. ANNArni.is, Mil., Jan. 2,"i. A naval wedding took place to-day at tho residence of Commo dore It. L. i'livthlaii. L. 8. X retired. The con tracting parties were Miss Cordelia Phvthian, dnugnterof Cotnniodoie I'hythlnn. and Ensign J. II. Pringle. U, S. X. The ceremony was per formed by Chaplain II. II Clark of the Xavnl Acadomv. The bride wns given away by her father. Tlie bible's sifter vvns maid of honor, and the bridegroom's btother. Julius Pringle of Charleston, s ('., was best man. I'edrr ."VI osier. The marringe of Miss Edith Mnsler and Joseph F. l'eiler took placo yesteidav at tlio home nf the bri'io'x parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mnsler, 110 West Eighty-fifth street. Ml. Julius Fuder. the bridegroom's brother, assisted him ns best num. In the afternoon Ihero was a geneial reception. Mr. Mosler. tho bride's father, is the painter from whom I lie French Government puicliased for tho Luxem bourg the llrst American painting. rnliuei-ltiidd. Xew I.oshos, Conn., Jan. 2.Y Miss Mary Louise L-illmer Itudd wns mnrried toCourt Jnnd KIhsiiiii Palmer at 4 o'clock this afler noon nt the home of the brido'c parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Iludd. The eeiemony was performed by the Itev. Alfred Poole (limit. The bride was precede by two bridesmaids, Missfharlotted Iludd and MIssGertrudeCnmp bell of Snn Francisco. Mm. II. ,1, King's Com h WrerkrH, A cab driven by Thomas J. Oodley of fioO East Thirty-third street, collided yesterday nfternoon at Fifth iivonuo and Thirty-second street with tho eoaoh of Mrs. I). J. King of 12 East Fiftieth street One of the wheels and a lainn on Mrs. Kiujt's ooach wero broken, hut Mrs. Klnc escaped Injury. Godloy was ar rested and locked up In tho West Thirtieth street station. Dennett J. King of 12 East Fiftieth street Is a furrior at 07 Greene street. Two Women Killed by Knlllng, Mrs. Joanna Snyder, ti'i years old. a widow, of 420 WestiTwenty-sevanth street, slipped and fell while deseendinc tho rear stoop yesterday atternoon. She was taken to Itoosevelt Hob nltal with a fractured skull atid died an hour later. Ann Murray..f7 years old. of 304 West Tenth street, fell down the cellar at 200 West Tenth street last night and received Injuries from which she died shortly afterward. TJTICA SOLDIKKS DINET). DlSXSIt TO COftrANT Jf, Flit ST NE1T ronK ror.vsTKRns. (ten. VTherler Is l.nnd'ly Cheered and Re sponds to the Tomt, "A Itrlinlletl Coun try "All the Speakers for Kxpnlou. UrtcJi. Jan.2.". Tho dinner to Company E, First New York Volunteers, In commemoration ol their return from Honolulu nnd as n mark of appreciation of their services, took on tho form of nn Indorsement of tho policy 6f hold ing on to tho Philippines. The function was held In the hlg drlllroom of Iho armory and there wore 700 plates, all with n Utlcan In front of each, oxcept as to those reserved for n few guests from out of town. Those lat ter Included Gen. Joo Wheeler, and whon tho little Southern soldlor marched to tho hall be tween Conrrcssmnn Sherman nnd Thomas It. Proctor ho was received with unmistaknbla cordiality. When cofTee was brought in. wine having no place In a State nnnory. Congressman Sher man, as toastmastor, presented Mayor Kinney to oxpress tho city's wolcomo. ln his address Mayor Kinney said that tho burning question of the dny was. "W'hnt shnll wo do with tho Philippines?" All other nations, ho said, had done something for tho world outside themselves, nnd no doubt wo shall be found equal to any emergency we may meet. If we Infuse constlutlonal government nnd free schools Into tho methods of our now Institutions we shall bo tne greatest benefac tors tho world has ever-known, was Mayor Kinney's sentiment, and It was cheered until the windows nnd tho roof ol the big armory rattled. Mayor Kinney referred to Uen. v heeler ns a guest. Thennmoset tho dlnors shouting, nnd they kept their cheer up until Gen. Wheolerrose nnd bowed his acknowledg ments. Gen. Wheoler, replying to tho toast, "A He-, unlti'd Country," Bald In part: "Ono tesult of tho lato war with Spain has, been to provo that yc are a perfectly reunited people, for tho 'boys in blue ' nnd the "boysln gray ' ongerlv lushed together nt the call of hu manity and liberty to uphold the honor of their country'H flag. Together thoy stood side by side In the trenches, together they braved tho torrid sun of foreign lands, the diseases of n Irni tlntl aIIii.aIa ,1... I...,n ........... ............ tropical climate, the long, weary journey by laud and sea, 12,000 miles from homo nnd friends. Together they hnve earned tho plaudits of their country, together will their names go down to n grate In 1 posterity: und it lion them rests Individually and collectively the glorious halo of their heroism, which will brighten as tho yenra roll on. Xo State de served more credit for its work In welding tho broken links of unity than does your own Em pire State. You stretched out kindly, generous hands to welcome the ruined, broken people of tho South, and many of her sons have found homes and opiiortunltles to rebuild their fallen fortunes within your iiorders." Dctvveen diners and xpectntors there wero nearly two thousand peoplo ptosont. and tho banquet was ns enthusiastic ns any gathering Utlca ever held. All the speakers wep- In fa vor of tho policy of expansion. out tv a it r. The Hon Henry Warren William of Wells horo. Tioga county. Pa., one of the nine Jus tleesof tho Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, died vosterdny at tho Continental Hotel In Philadelphia. He wns attending the Januury session of tho Supreme Court. Tho cause of death was valvular disease of the heart Jus tice Williams was born nt Hartford. Susque hnnnn county. Pa.. July ltd. IK'tli. He was ad mitted to thu barin s.)4 and to practice in tlio Supremo Court ono year later. In 18H5 h was. appointed a law judge bv (iov. Curtln. In Tiogn und three othei counties comprising tho Fourth Judicial district He served twenty two years on the Common Pleas bench, ami was elevated to the Supreme bench In 1877. first by appointment to a vacancy and then by election. He wns actively interested In church and Sunday school work and In tho Y M. C. A. In 1877 ho was n delegate Irom the United States to the Pan-Presbyterian Council nt Edinburgh. Scot land. In 1881 he wus chosen Vice-President of the International Sunday School Union at. Toionto. He was energetic In the cause of tsmperunce. and a leader of the Masonic fra ternity, in which he was chosen Grand Muster of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Inst De cember. He was the law preceptor or Pennsyl vania's new Governor. William A. Stone. Jus tice Williams w.is one of the two Ju-tlces wlio recently granted to Senator yuny's counsel a staof proceedings ln the yuay-Hnvwood con spiracy trial, which the full bench afterward remanded to the jurisdiction of tlielowercourt. ( hnrles Ilussell Hone, who died on Tuesday at his home. 207 West Seventieth street, was u grandsoi of Philip Hone, who vvns Mayor of New York city In 1820-27. lie was thebon of ItobeitS. Hone, whose wife was the daughter of Charles H. Ilussell He was -i years old and for more than thlity )e:irs was cashier lor the banking firm of Drown Dros. He married Josephine, the daughter of tho late John Hcey. Ho was a governor of the Knickerbocker Club. The funeral services will be held on Saturday at Trinity Chapel. Henry Walton Graves died on Tuesday nt his home. :i7;i State, street, Drooklyn, in t lie eighty-fourth year of hi-, age He was con nected for many venr.-. with the Merldcn Itrltniinln Ware Company and tho firm of Hoed .V Dai ton. and reproentod them in Euiopeuiul Australia. He leaves tvvo sons and two daughters. Henry Jl. Mutpliv. aged 40 years, of tlio firm of W. H. Murphy A Sons, varnish makers, of Newark, N. J . died on Tuesday night of con sumption nt the Worden In Saratoga. He had been In Saratoga since November. I.IiO.X .1. IVIIITK ItADI.Y IIVIIT. rails Into nn Area in West 1'firt.v-ilxth Street nml I'rmtnro II In Skull. Leon J. White, a lawyer .'(0 years old. nf 210 West Fifty-.seventhstieet.and George N. Ham lin, a lawyer, of n.'l Wall street, who lives at 440 West End avenue, went up the stoop of 010V.r IOrll-l t It uln.,il tl.n, l.n.t.s nt II. .1. ivosi lony-sixtii street, t no Home of Mr. nml Mrs. M. Chetman. early this morning. .White sat on the railing while Hamlin rang the bell. White lost his balance and fell over backward into the area of 214. He was taken to Itoosevolt Hospital unconscious. His skull was fractured and he will probably die. Grate Church in .lemcy City Looted by Thlrti-s, Thieves entered Grace Episcopal Church, at Ocean and Penrsall avenues, Jersey City, be tween Hand 7 P. Jl. on Tuesday and carried awiir many valuables. Their plunder Included n cold nnd silver chalice and communion ser vice, four stoles, tvvo brnss collection plates nnd the contents of two poor boxes which hud been broken open. The thieves got ill through tlielront door by means of n falso key. Tho burglaiy was discovered shortly after 7 o'clock by some choir boys who wont to tho church for a rehearsal. Dinner In Cor. nml Mm. Ilnnnevrlt. Ai.iianv. Jan. 2.-I.-J. lout. -Gov and Mrs. Tim othy L. WooilmfT to-night tendered a dinner to Gov. nnd Jlrs. lioosevelt In addition to tho Governor and Jlrs. lioosevelt. those present at tho dinner weie .Mr. nnd Mm J. Howard King. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dleecker Hanks. Jlr. and .Mrs. ltohert C. Pruyii of Albany. Gen. Bradley T. Johnson ,of lrgnia Mrs .Inhu Van Nostrand of 1 rooklyti. Jlr. William Uhlnelnnder Stewart of New tori, and Jliss Hun nf Albany 4.10,000 lii Pny Meet Mignr llountles. Al.nANY, Jan. 2.1. -The AssemhW Ways and Means Committee to-day decided lo reort favorably .Mr I.itchard's bill making nn appro priation to pay beet sugar bounties, with an amendment cutting; the appropriation from J ,r.0.(HKl to $30,000. and allowing $2.. 00 Instead of tu.otMi to continue the experiments in sugar beet culture. Itlnluip Miireland Cnnsrcrntril. Sax Fiuxrtsfo. Jan. 2,1, Tho consecration of the Ilev. William llnll Jloreland ns Hlshop of the Episcopal diocese of Sacramento look place to-day. Seven Hlshops assisted In the cere m""T.vl,.'.Vllj;ll"c I'jsliop Nichols of California and W Pemn. Lord Diidiop of Hrltlsh Columbia. OBJECTIONS REMOVED. It Is curious enough to hear the reasons peo ple will givo for not using a gns. range In their kitchens. The truth Is that overy diniculty they suggest has been completely overcome in the Improved gas.range, but this they do not know. or will not believe. "Oh. "they say. "there Is danger of an explosion!" Nothing of the kind. Ion could not explode n properly made gas stove if you tried. "Yes, but there Is micIi an, objectionnhlo smell; you can al wids tell when food lias been conked ovorgas " Then, madam, the patrons of the best hotels and restaurants and clubs miui liALirn.ii- nun irsMuiMiuin mill emus must ue strangely deceived. I hoy eat their chops broiled over gas.iiud enjoy their roasts hot from nn oven heated by gas, and simply think that they are served with the porfectlon of cookery as In deed they are ' Hut a gas-rango Is so easy to get out ol order; If Is nfways breaking down: It does not last nearly so long as a coal-range '' That depends. A gas-range Is certainly not meant for barbarians to knock to pieces: like any other machlne.lt repays careful handling. Hut a gas-range of any one of a doren repu table makes.trenteii with anything llkejdeceiit care, will have as long a llfo ns the ordinary rango. with even less need of repairs. It will Ive long enough to pay for Itself by the saving In fuel which it makes possible. All the objec tions made to It have been removed, If they were ever well founded. If It were not so. why should all the new flat houses bo putting in gas-ranges, and advertising them as a great atliuctiou t- -1 Jf. MTIt TltOTTEtt AXJ "i'ACEIL A SO.OOO' Stake Itsrh May Its Derided nt Ihe nrnnd Circuit Meeting Here. Ex-Corporatlon Connsol W. II. Clark ex pressed hlmsolf yesterday ns bolng greatly pleased over tho dales assigned to his new track by the stewards of tlio Grand Circuit nt Dotrolt on Tuesday. '' The week of Sept. 4 to 11 was the ono week In tho i-eason that wo wanted," said tho proprietor of Xew Y'ork's new track, " for It gives us Labor li.. for tho opening of the meeting." It Is the concensus of opinion among horsemen hero that the Grand Circuit has been much strengthened by tho dropping out of Fort Wnyno and Portland nnd tho nccesslon of New York nnd Providence to take their places. Not a few turfmen oxprcss regret, however, that tho stewards did not so rendjust the arrangement, of the circuit ns to npen the bnl.1 tit Columbus Instead of Dotrolt. With Hoston, llnrtlotd. New York nnd Provi dence hanging up a total of $210,000 In purses, tho o st em end of theelrcult has ngaln becoino the strongest part nf the league. Ono of tho signs of returning prosperity in tho horse world Is found in tho mei that more largo stakes and purses will bo hung up for thu trottors this year than any other yenr since 1804. The richest plum of tho campaign Is the Horsn llovlow Futurity, worth $20,000, and thero Isn moro than fnlrchnnco that tho race will bo trotted, over the new Empire City Trot ting Park In New York. Uy the terms govern ing the stake, tho contest Is to tnko place nt tho meeting making the highest bid on or beforo Feb. 1, Tho managers of the New York track havo decided to put In ti bid. nnd their offer may bo so largo that no other track In the country can mntch. A despatch from Now Haven brings tho news of tho death thorn yesterday of N W. Hubln ger'a promising young trotting gelding Wild erness. 2:18K. by Prodigal. 2:10, out of tho old time two-mile champion Fnnnv Witherspoon, 2:10'. by Almont. .Marcus Daly bred Wil derness and presented him to tho- Hon. Hugh J, Grant about a year ago. I'M Johnson trained the gelding nt Gutteti huig last season and campaigned him with remarkable success at tho fall meet ings In the East, whining every race in which ho started. Wilderness enmo out green in September nnd gained a record of'Jtls'. In his first race at the lthode Island State Fair In Providence. Htibinger paid $2,800 for the gelding at public sale In New Y'ork Inst fall. Ho was looked upon by ninny horsemen ns being one of the best prospects In sight for next year's cumpalgn. David Donner hns been elected President of the Hallatian Hiimnno llubbcr Pad and Horse shoo Company just Incorporated In Now Jer sey with a capital of $2.10.000 for the purpose of acquiring nnd extending thn business of making and selling hoof pads. Col. Lawrence Kip. David S. Hammond. Cornelius I ollowei and other New York horsemen are members of tho Hoard of Dliectors. and the olllces are nt :t.i Nassau street. A rubber cushion for the fopt of the horse lo prevent slipping ami to break concussion on the hard citv pavements Is now deemed well-nigh Indispensable. Secretary Dexter of the N'arragansctt Park Association In Providence Is Dying to arimmn a series of Eastern trotting meetings on the leading tracks to precede tho nrrlvnl of the I Gland Circuit campaigners In this part of tho country. The plan is to unite lllgbv Park at Portland. Mystic Park and the llendville course nt Hoston. N'arragansctt Park nt Providence. Charter Oak Park at Hartford, and the Empire City Trotting Park In n compact circuit, begin nine in June, with puiseslaige enough iohnng out the best horses hi training. Some of thn most important harness racing of Iww took plnea iu thu West prior to the openliigof the Grand Circuit lust season, nnd listertt Duck managers may arrange for an early start here this year. Inn letter to the Hitler nrni lh-irrr W. E. 1). Stokes says: " We ought to have an Interna tional trotting race in this conutr. snv nn .Mr. Clark's new track, for u challenge eup and a purs,, or S'J.1.000. onlv one-half entrance fee ehnice'ible to fotelgu horses. I would make the race for stallions and mures only, as geld ing" aro not raced on the Contlneni. ami for eigners would not enter In n race iu which geld ings are allowed to stnit. I would make the race. av. two miles and a half or three miles, onn bent, and compel the horses to mill 2isi or .'((Ml pounds." The New York breeder's purpose Iu making a loiig-illstiinee race with heavy weight, would he to bar out the modern knlfe-blnde 'totters that can go very fast with nothing heavier than n pneumatic sulky behind them, but that lack the size and substance to pull weight overa distance of ground. Nearly all horsemen will agree, however, that 2.10 isntnds on a pnou inutlosiilkv would not afford the proper test of weight-pulling ability. Detter l.o imundsou a hlgh-whecl wagon than any amount of weight thnt an ordinal y pneumatic sulky Willi carry .....Ml. Will 1 J J. Waltor Lovatt. a well-known Pennsyl vania horseman, writes that the quicksilver toe-weight fortrotteis has not gone out of use. Ho states that a patent has just been granted foranew weight In the form of a cylinder or lube containing quicksilver similar to the con trivance described j, -jhe sl.n.. ItACIXit. Mury Chlrn Wins Hie Premier Slakes in ll (illllup. N'F.w Or.l.EANs. Jan. 2.1. --The Premier Slakes, for two-year-olds, was the feature of to-day's card JIucy Chica, a Texns-hieil colt belong ing to O. G. Parke, won it in a gallop. J. J. Jlc Cnfferty's Jett was second. JIucy Chica wns the favorite, being backed from 2 to 1 to 4 to ,1. She broke Inst, but was in front belore 10(1 feet had been covered. Although Jett was catching Imrnt every jump the filly was not even urged. The biggest surprise of the dav was the victory of Mizpah In the handicap. Yesterdav. with onlv lint pounds up. he was beaten twenty yards by Sir Fiorlan In 1:28-,. For the seven furlongs to-dnv. with two pounds mure up. he covered the distance in 1:28. beating the best bunch nt handicap horses at the track, tieorge Dennett's Gath won the llrst race In n drivo from Situ W. Sir Dlnxe. well ridden by Ilurns. captured the second race in a mr drive from The Drngnnti. Sir Hinge was favorite Fleeting (Sold, n fl Iv belonging to tl'ie Sensa tion Stable, died this morning nt the track from lung fever. . The remains of Jockey Arthui Dean, who was killed yesterday bv Jloutit Washington falling with him. were shipped to tho home of his parents in Ivniiliunn. Tex. this evening. John JIcCalTerty. for whom the bov was riding, paid all expenses. Summary of the races: First Itace Selliint; mi. mil j half fnrloncs (istli, 1UH i'Lervi, ii to 1. won, sini .. inn ,.Maacn w curt: Ilaiilhtlit, no O'Connor', third. Time. I :'" Second Ilsre iM'lhng. ini riiiliinus-sir lilsn", 10'J lluru , 4 to 1, won: 'I lie DrAKnon, nc .Slicp pspli. seiniiil; mm dimnuun. mi iTrotlrr,, Uunl. Time. l:SU'i. Third IIoi Sclllne; s mile ami ilirre-iuliti chiv Pointer, ins lO'Ciuinnri, '.' to l, won. n j i iiol.N. 101 (Nntti, seronil; liuiiblc Hiiiinn), nir, U'mH'. third. Time, i,:24l. Fourth luce Premier Stakes, tlcee furlonirs Miiry chica, IU isoiithanl,, even, w, p; .b-tt lo" iTroxUrj. second: (iusulu Fay, 107 n'mnlim, third Time. o:ailt. Fifth llair Handiiap: hutch tiirlniiL-n-Jtirrah ins Uaiiici.,, 2.1 to I. won: Detirlde, II'.' I'Mimn nerond; Kgliart. 0! rlrojler. tlilnl. Tn.ie. I js. Sixth It.ice Selling: cue mile-Ads Hikm 11. ml il'nieti. 1." to 1. uon: l.tieky Monday (seimeri, ace oud; Everest. UK tltium, third. Time, l-4sa(. N. Y. V. Athletes Cnnlrating for the llnnka Cups. The second contest for the (Vuumndoio Da vid Hanks Cups at the Now York University was held in the gymnasium at University Heights yetterdaynftornoon. Heforo the com petition the Executive Committee of the ath letic association held a meotlng, and It was de. cidedtocall a special mectlngof tho athletic association for Fob. 8 in order to amend the constitution. The object nf the amendment is to remove the control of the gymnastic team from the nssooinllon. Frank II. Cuun, director of tjio gymnnsluin. announced that live morn cups had been added to the iist of prizes in iit, all-around athletic contest, making ton cups In all. Tho contest yestenlai afternoon resulted In tvvo new records being established. The pole vault was the surprise of the afternoon. All tluee competitors who iiimllflcd bioke the record of O feet, held by Vivian S, Tompkins. '08. Snmuel Jones. HHi'J, cleared the bai tit IHeet .1 inches. In the hurdle race James Van Meek. HIM L established a new record bycov erlng the 17.1 yards In 211 2-.1 seconds; Samuel Jones, HKI2, covered the distance one-llfth of a second slower. Tim record of all the con testants to date follows: J'ole Vault Won by samlirl Junes, ItiO'i, p feet ft Inrhra; Krert Madoimld. I nun, mid William Yiiuiig, 1101, 0 feet S 1uc)m-. No other person qualified, 17-Yapl Hurdle Hare Won by Jinr Van Vleok, 1IHKJ, 2S 2-f, second! Samuel Jour, lli(l2, 2:1 a-ft eecoiids; ht.llller Molleaoii, 1P00, and Otrali Ualrord, lei 10, 24 aivoiidii: Kdwlu Jb'Killip, linn, 24 1 r, mc oinl, Arthur Hem liHfld, lull, 24 J.f. cionil, Wil liam Young. Hsu, JlanniiiK, 1H02, and Samuel lllcks, IWHI. 24 n-ft arromlas Ilr0ua11.1n02.a11d linke, 1H02, 24 4 r, spconda. Frederick Macilonabl, jihsi, 2.1 eeroiula: Arthur Hill. I not. and Clark. 11102, 3b I-& irCiilKU, htctieel, IliOI. 25 2-ft acioud; Caleb Jljatt. 11-01. and I nla llliinl, 1111)2. 2U rninc, Edward florae, li01,2M I ft eronda; Fiank Hajrord 1902. 21I 2-ft secondi) ltohert Hay, 11101. and J WolrT, ll02, 27 ruuria; Henry Fernald. Inn, ami F. Maenue, lflul, 27 1-ft eeondl; I' rieinMnn lbO, 27 2-a !eroudi, Alfred Nathan, tuoo. nd.j,,im T. Allen, inoa, 27 4 ." econdi; Jlorrm Weinberger. 1U02, 2l4-6!econdi ' The following are the oInts to date: Himuel Jnne, 1002, ,130; William Young, inoi, 391, Fred MaedonaM, Hum, 2S2, htanlry Uollemii leOo, 23U: Jamei Van VI, ck, 111110, 237; Arthur Denchaeld, 1H01, 28ft: F. Ilrogan, ll02. 2:1:1: til win Mi'Killlp. 1MOJ, 230. W. banning. Im2, 225. bamtifl Hicks, inoo, 222: Arthur lull, twill, 31M1 Clark, 111112, 21 li W. Duke, J1.02, sna F. Btencel, llol, 202. Fxlwarrt Horkr, luui, ik,' Caleb Hyatt, Jliul, 11)61 11. II. Fernald, iihii , ipo! Robert flay, luol, g, Alfred Mathau, luoo, and Frank Halford, 11102, lsM; J Woltt, IU112, 1S2. IxmiIi Blunt, 1MU2. mij F. cleverilon, 1B02, HOi John T Allen. ll'02, 171 j F Magnua, luol. IHrt: Morria Welnl.ergir. Jisi2, 160. The next contest will be'held on Feb, 0, when the Kle vault and 440 yard run will bodoclded, ... PLANCON "my ! " 1 have frequently used the genuine 'goh&sm Hoff's Malt Extract In France whenever I felt myself run down. I also use It In America and find It moi)t excellent In clearing my ttohnnn Hetl'u Mall Extract v AfaJVoa Flaah and Dlood ttlh'I.K SHOOTISU. Conipniiy "s Itecord for tho Kemp nnd Uninions Trophies. Tho marksmen of -Company 0 rolled up tlio good score of 1,001 for tho Kotnp trophy nt tho Seventh HcgUuent rnnges Inst night. Thoy started well for the Clark prlro also, but their chances wero spoiled by tho poor work of n few tuoti. The scores: Kiivv .vim KEitP Tnoritv COMPANY c. on ,w I'm dr. rant. Tola!. lAiice Corporal K. Htelger, Jr 22 2r, 47 Private II. Iiuukak 23 23 4tl ITivate 1". Wemcll 23 23 Private A. Ualthawir 28 2:1 4il Private .1. .1. llrogan, Jr 24 21 4ft liarperslC. J. Austin 22 23 45 Private W. N. llarler 22 23 4. Private U. HW11. Jr 23 20 4,1 s.mi 1: r nnliliiNnn 22 21 43 Mrgl. rfc 1:. lvooineiia - - s. PrivateO 3ti.urer.Jr 22 21 43 Private W. 11 H.iaw.Jr 21 23 43 a-iiValull.llPiiMi.Jr St 22 43 I'rtvsle A. It. Ihoinan II 22 43 Lance Corporal (I. A. Haccht in 2 43 Ijiihc (Xirpoi a I M. L'hl 22 211 43 Private O. Wuerr -'I al 42 Conioral It. A. Slow-art -' '-'' - Ijincc Corjioral V. II. Klot. 20 22 42 Private 0. F. Ucrg 2(1 21 -It Hergt. O. W. Ulil IP 22 41 Corporal 1' X. O'Connor ii l ' Private VV. D.Oreeley 1M 22 40 r'lrt Sergt. N. nngel. " l0 "' Private K. S. Milliaou 21 17 3S Private 11. CMeiuy !" M 33 Total' ft2r, r.3(l l.OOt (Ob. K.MMONS Cl.illK TUOI'llV COMPANY C. ;o too Yartll. Vartll. Total. Private K. Ostcrholl 23 2:1 4(1 Private ll. 1. l.avieucc 21 23 44 Private II. M. llrlsti.l 21 21 42 Private F. VV. Karscll 2H 22 43 Private!.. C. lUeekc IP 2.1 42 Private'. II. Kennedy 21 '-( 41 Private. M. I.. (I. liadlry I 22 41 Private It. II. Moneypeiiuv 21 111 lo UiurtoriusKter-S rat. W. I". smith 20 20 4o Private W. H. Nhwegler 20 211 40 Corporal 11. v Lyons 20 20 40 Private W. Win K. Jr 2(1 in 311 Capl. J. W. Mtli 'inral 1" - ai' Lieut. M. Crane, Jr 17 20 37 Private II. IMiedcniaun 1 l a vcrg. I. P. rtheriiiaii 17 in 3U Private . I. sngel HI in aft P.lvut-W. It. Hart, Jr 1ft an 3". P Ivale V. l'nick. Jr 18 Ift 3.1 l.ieut. VV. II. llr.duiird is Ift ": Private t". A Maurire HI 17 81 I'nvjte 11. llanltou 17 H 2ft Prlvato iL n.lavlor 12 11 23 C-iri'oral VV. A. .louruca Ift 7 22 Ciirpur.il L. 1'. l'ggern II ft IU Totals 4-"4 4l(i tioo Totals Tor Kemp trophy .'2ft r.:lit 1,001 (Irani! total for Clark trophj .t'77 Iis2 l.nni The seoros inadn by the companies that have competed so far are: , aiii iiark 7ioni. Tmi'l'V. Company T) 1,027 l,u7J Uomiuiiy 1' 1.077 2.001 Company! l.o"l 2.0I1I I'uuipany I ,0'12 l.n'14 Connaiiyl! l.Ofts 2.I.0S Company!! I.OH2 2,0.-, Coninaiii-K nmi t.sld 1 (-'1I11'A11J la ..,... f'ri' - Company 0 .' I.ii'll IJOl Pool. Champion Keogh incretp-od his lead over Do Orolast nlglit In the bigjiool match nt Daly's Academy by .'!'.! balls. ItcTbegan the third even ing'.i play with 4.'l balls to tho good, and when it was over he led by 82 balls. The total scores to (late are: Keogh. 433: Do Oro, .'(71. Tho latter was iu rather poor form last night, and tlircoor four times lie missed comparatively easv shots. Keogh'rt safety play, constantly leaving the "tie ball frozen to tho rail, cmbar rcisicd De Oro greatly. The score by frames follows: Krovh 0. 7. 1ft. Ift. 14 11. Ift. 11. 13. 3, ift. o. 1, 7. Ift, 0. Ift. Total, Mil: acratc'liei, 1: net total, 14ft. LieOrn Ift, s. 0,(1, 1, ift, o. 4, 2, 12, 0. 1ft. 14,, 0. Ift. 11. Total. lO.i. mratcllt-j, 3; net total. IWI. Two inten-tiiig games were played last night In the tournament for the pool champion ship of the Now York A. C. V. H. Hubbeil sur prised .the experts bv defeating V. A. Onkes. who won championship honors iu 1S0.'I.1I." and 'Ini. The -core-, follow" First game V. II. Huhhell, 10(i: W. A. Oakes. 7'S. .Second game J. II. Mouth. 100; W (i. Douglas. K7. Citir.voo. Jan 2,1. Oront II. Fby ilofented Yv'illium Clenrivnter in the continuous pool tourney Inst night by n -core of 12.1 to 110, Thn I'lttsburg player made some of thepret-tic-t shots that havo been scon Mnco the tour ney began, but lie had the poor luck of putting himself in lmim-slbie iiosltlons whenever tliero seemed a chance for him to pull up. Eby played a strong safety game. A Snn rrnnrUfo Club Wants n limit Be tween Multli and Lnrlgne. Information was tecnived In thN city Intelnst nlglit tliut a club in San Francisco had wired Hilly lloche. manager of "Mysterious" Hilly Smith, olToringiilipor cent, of tho receipts for a bout with (leorge ljivlgne. the contest to take p'nee the latter part of February. The offer nlo Includes e.xpen-cs for Smith. .Mis. Ilolinoiit's Vv'UlNotO'fcredfor'rriibi-itc. llF.MrsiKAD. X. V.. Jan. 2.1. Tho will of tho Into Mr. August Relinoiit, which was to havo been olTered for probate to-day with Surrogate llnbert Seahuryof the county of Nassau has, by the consent of Mr. Seabury, been withheld for two weeks by Mr. Helmont's lawyers, who have not ns yet been nhlo to serve papers on nil the patties interested. Of these, one is the son ot Mrs. Helinont. who is nt present on a trip to Maine. Ills papers will not be served until his return to Now Y01 k. It Is understood that tho bulk of Mrs. Ilolinoiit's fortune, about JIiH), (KK). has been left to lierhusband. Herchlldren have also been most liberally provided for. MUntsidppl Kcpuhllcnns Harmonious. Jackson, Jlss.,,lnn. 2.1. The Executive Com mittees nf both Hill and Lynch factions of the Itepubllouu party met here to-dnjniid succeed ed In burying thn hatchet. A now committee of twenty-live, with A. M. l.on of Vickshurg as Cliali man, vvns agreed on ami a Campaign (' inimltteeol four from each shlo named, with 1. II Moseley of Jnckson. (.'halrmaii. This Is tho llrst harmonious meeting the Mississippi Hepiibllcnns have hud In ten years. Mrs, Hell Not to Have Ihe Custody nr Her Chilli. Tho motion of Mrs. Mary K. Hell to amend tho decree of divorce obtained against her by lletiryl'. Mcliown so lh.it she shall have the custoilyof thelrchllil has been denied by Jus tice Scott of the Supreme Court. Tho Justice says: "It Is not impossible that her persistency in Bonking to deprive her husband of the child Is I11ll11p11cp.il rather by a desire to Inline him to whom her feeling Is clearly that of violent dis like than It is by an honest deslro to udvnncu the Interests of the child." Waldorf Shoe, 2.5." VOIT MAY VAX MO It I;, bul on cannot buy aho that will wmi v-..r bfttror ltnk mom Mj-lfh VK CAN MIT YOt , no matter what Rtyle nrhut kind if lfar-ini oi mayant. DIRECT FROM OUR FACTORIES, j ,! Utiljr lnlnrtwwlre. , . . , w A NO MIDDI.KMAX'S PltOKITS. itt$3?&A All Styles. One Price. :Wd Invisible Cork Sole. wM Waterproof. ' fms& 'A Every Pair iMj M Warranted. jmL JQ Send for lllus- $&$ j?''h trntcd rP& S-' iV-a Catalogue. &B$ &' i-j0&P .--v $ "' ' 1"' C mW'tti)?aiiP ll"1' '' ' BS!3wAWTtf!ScS& t'-wn ( 1B27 Droadnay. New VnrV- - a 1'rl1 Ro"- '" -"rV 1 0 Niasau Street. ,, SlfSThtnl Avenue, cor lt!th sth-t, nrooklyn-387 Fulton tjtret. ?5'ff".".a,.' - ' '" Waiiiiiti.ii Mie-t. Phllailelplila 17 South 8O1 Street. Xpringtlrld, Ma8.-2 Main Street. Dellvereil anywhere in the United Statea, ir.'u I for $2.7.i. "save iyour ; moneyT , A 11 C OATMEAL-PItlCi: RKDICKO Park A: Tllford: Acker. Merrall A. Cuudlt. Ml gnu en. MA MXiS IX TEM.i OISXCK HtsivTL'nr ai.jjasac this nvv. Sun rlacs 7 Id Suiifets 5 1 1 1 Moon rl:m in mmi watkii this lnv. Sandy Hook. 7 S3 I Oov.Ul'd. 7 01 i Hell date 7 Arr!vel WEONmnAV. Jan. sn. Si l.a Ca'nidne. 3farkehlacKer, Antwerp. Ss Manual J. Vllavpnle, Aldaniei, Havnua, S 8;. U-onards, Shrine. Antwerp. Ks Delaware, Davl, UvcriKJol. Sa Andes. Petenieu, Jacniel. Ss Keriltleld, Mcl'eo, Sourabaya. Ss Trinidad. Fraser. Ilrrmuda. 8 Abydoa, Zlnilell. Havana. Ss Curityba, Hnjipc. llatanzji-. 8 Alamo, Staples. Ualveaton. hs Ironuols. Kemble, Jaekninville. S City uf Washington, 8teven, Havana, t . S. transport Obdani, Ilyrne. Havana. IFor later arrivals see Kirnt Paia.1 ARntVFP onr. Ss Trave. from New York, at Naplei. S Noordland. from Now Vork. at Antwerp. Ss Rotterdam, from New York, at ttntter'iitni. Sa Uekla. from New York, at Clirintlaiii.-ind. Ba Alllanra. from New York, at Colon. sailfii novr loREUix four. S Majestic, from Liverool for New York, SAILED FROM POMrsTIC POnTS. Ss El Pao, from New Orleans for New York. Si Hudson, from New Orleans for New York. OUTGOING KTEtMSKIII). sail" To-l).iu. - MmltCtot. Vftrrt .vdi. Anmiite Victoria. Genoa mw.DI tooovvf , Werki-ndam. Amsterdam.. 800 AM 1000 v vi flf Assyrian. (ilagow Thomas Mellville, Ouanta- namo 1 00 p M a on r VI El Moute. New Orleans . 3 00 p M .Vai't To-Morrow. A rdan rose, Jamaica 1 00 P M aim I1 Vf Colorado, Brunswick arm p H Iroquois, Charleston aooPM VoiV .Vitturrfair. Jan. t!i. Campania, Liverpool 4 ihi A M ;ii 1 l Iji Nnrniandle. Havre .... "OO.IM Kino v V! Stateiidam, ltotterdam MOO A M 1001 1 VI Italia, A ntwerp Soo A M 1000 t kaiser Wlllielni ll.. Naples !) .V .It 1 1 00 VI Ethiopia. Claniiiw .. .1000 AM I5"oV Mesaha. Ixindiiu pouaM 1 Pennsylvania. Hanilmrc . ... itun vt Oolnmlo. Hull St. Leonards. Antwerp. ... , Adlrondaek, Klnirstim. .1000 A M tioul Trinidad, Derniuda SOO AM lllim V Vt f. of Washlnetoii.Havana.10 nn A M 1 on p vr Phlladelplils, Porto llli-o. 1 1 00 A M I on p Vt Ardandliu. .lamaira 3 i I' M 4 V M Curltyha, itatanzaa Seminole, Clurlestnn aoupvi Knlckcrloi'ker. N. Orleans Km p v Alamo, Galventou 1 1 o n vt Chalmette, New Orleans r.irj r U IMOllim STEVMSHim. Du To.ltai. poestad Hull ian Iloirartli St.Lucla 1jii17 Kaiser VVIlhelm II fliliraltar i,m I'alla Antwerp tin n H Nonre ... . Sniithsinptnn Jan IL B Iird Warwick Gibraltar. ., Jsnll I Malabar Gibraltar '.... Isn 1 1 I Arladla SanJiian In") D Naroochee Savannati Isrjt I Ssale Ilremeli inlT B Jhhvl Glliraltar .hnl! 1 Hiimlneuse Para nll H Bleli St. Lucia . .1,,. H I Itttt I'ridtiv. Jan. ;.. Britannic Llveniool .1.111 H America. London la:-1 a Thlmrvalla Christlansaiid.. . ! n Hiiffalo Hun . 1,: 1.1 Ethiopia Olsscow .U, PI fiindnr .. . . .. fllhratlar. Ju'i I I Knlekerbocaar New Orleans. . . iii!l Tallaliasee Sarannan Is- .' Seneca Saiitlauo.. nn!l Pur Faturdat.Jan. ii. Tusrarora London . . I'm ll Brooklyn City Swansea. .id 1 u Maroiiniiiii . . Ixitnlon ... . Is 11 1.1 Critic Dundee Un I r.irclnor NewOrlean '"i .'.' fltif Siin.latt. Jait. 19. IGascoene Havre ',i jl St. Cuthliert .. .. Antwerp 'a I '. Hrv.iha llaniliiiiv. . .. In 11 Catania St. Michael I, H Condor Manila ,1 is Therese Hryuiann ...Shields Jm 11 Lampasas Galveston Un :2 M1.1l1.111a St. Thmiias. ' ." hut Jemfau. Jnn. .to. Allranla Llvernivol .. Ism -I Cerie Llreriiool ... .1,1 -I II. II. Meier Bremen ... isi H Norwei-lan Glasirow inH Powhatan . Glliraltar ii H Kll'aio NewOrlrani Is" ''1 llut 7'wnlau. Jan. ,tl. Edam Amsteplam In i'' Manitim . ... I1111I011 lo in Knsrtan Pnni'r . . illnraliar 1,1 1 7 Hudson New Orleans. ... hn .', Ilelecote to th- Orli'iitnlist CmiErets rAMlinipiiK. Jan. '.'"i.-Prof. T. 11. l.o 11 11 the cplolimtoii Orl(ntnllt. profossorof " crit nt Harvard, lias boon nppolutod hy si ' tnrr llav to ropresent Iho I'lillod Stale i' 'lm Intpriiatlonnl Concross n( Orloptnliets luld nt llnmc on (W. '-', K'. I Nature's Remedy for I Constipation j Hunyadi JAnos ;i THE BEST NATUJtVM APERIENT WATEH. I j: Insist on Raving tbe Genuine. jj-IIIVijitfttiM'i m.wlwiw .1,1.1 '.Ki