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THE SUN, TUjIsdaV, ..iARCH 14, 1809. 7 M
"" ' ?1 PLAYS"IX UW FORMS .... En1lh Utlon of rh.Thrr. '"J" .keteer." " L"'", K"I',a", "" ;;';r.ln oflTn.node Hereer-.." 10 .ina ferM and r''1 ln composition V" ' t iSit a " Th. Wn " at " J ,..i,Tl--atr-lastnieht SfJnejrOnin d . Ere ih ':rm of Dumas' treat French iJt , n 1 1 "I l'out mlnf JT"nture " i t- i rs'-J fn three hour. Host "' "ha n '' "" cucr earlier I i r ' ,h riv,' huf thpr relt" ", 1, , rn tr-sh twist and turns i f tpprclbie nuantl- rtri "iritUT mattft On. new 17 ', - oMe I "' Interpolated rfn V... f,r t-MjiMi and th- C-irea r,4 ar -iwatinc ' .".'.mee These two i",,K. r-rs. 1 1 wr 'hnwn toe' her la tho It , It nauehtr Ma.-t diamond,. iCh I'unm wmf- I'. "t- 'telli n Tfi. "' r-lns 'aney for a roeulh A,n ther- a an -nlunnelr ardent p.aj- .r! r cr-suraab r ' ahappr narrtace Vtm r aril wmn.ne came lite In the T lid " ' ml'h tim" '1' !'e''0rVW L it The .n-lr outru" ti wa. In ,ttb.evi Th-ywer- .plo-tle althoueh ,f ev-rti was ehar.ee 1 oraowhat E!oth'ira ar arraneemect, their purports 1 iijh w-r- praeMea.l tn- ra. N"t mMh of th- )iM or hraeea ! vio of the Snr.jTi.ji had been -I mtnated Ther toM of ttrlr'prow"- a wel. a lmontra:ed It. In their "Id-tin- manner ard their all-frr-OM-W e-' r-i note wtw chorused .,,1 with Til an'ir upli't- t swords jamoi DVi. clar-1 ' l-fuum unler the manifest iuiat- f a bal old His rolce wis k7re an 1 h ir Probably thatdtsenrs'-ert-d Mn nJh '-"juentlr jumbled his laneuac Pirmi la-ee hir th-.-efore. to jude-of his NH'T s th- r by what he did with it lait jfhr H " o -ption of the charaet-r was , ,tran '- m that of many a predecessor. i whn he fet rid of his cmd h- will i ioubt " i declamatory performance i ecai tn uh I.-er stroke of ill luct en tcaa'.r! byth raanicmrt was th- retire B.at ef Fra-!ls Carlyle. who was to haTe been tit Bnettnjii' That n-c-ssltated the -m-rloTS5t n( aa uFr"tar-J anil hardly 't bstl:jte fir that character The ijaat rrrrtM W'lfn Lackaye fr a finely Biien'eil yet strscjty lmpr-MlTe lfVJ. IMits Seat f jr in i"mu and Edmund Collier (oraftnJ Tb.w three wer- harmonious uJiflatr strenuous in thlr combatie BJT.aenn Jli-saret Vnclin had next to BotUEJ to io a- mMie Judith ISeroliie raidw''' ,i"- Henry Saint Maur was a a.rly totte ft' fce'i". Fircy ve1a.-'e 3Ir Grundy had made the character of V .2 ' r-on'.ricunus. and partly benwitwina ted by Etan-h Bates, the miirt tr an I Tinton wa th- mosr pipr-st e irar n Tee Mjs te-rs The plar rvsnn tt (I v ns her in tb cr-atur- who had jo- neman' th- ea leys in order mat she ji gSt t- re- ' rairrTanoth-r Theea-t-U-DC" wh Ivl b-ea .imp-il-il by h- p-rfldy t nnl hH t bri'h-r as a thief, had PiTtil M brn her similarly He was WT3 w "h Tr r-il-hot iron readv to ircl' fi-" bare.1 shold-r Mirt-i iaair'T t T-r-r h-r-rtialno; an impor-taa- 'a nt 1 th- action, and wi dir d 1 it trw eoc usiin in n. war t) l-ar-Jerftfur-'i "h- mizmatton she was not irtcil '5 th- h-aisman. as by Dumas. I rlliM n 111 th- Tanous ways deriwd btiaywr fit but was pr-il m r-pi"ns- ro Jiii 's pi-a in her behalf JIws Bates 1 1 parn u a 7 t J ard accomplished autre Miaj th-"s a-- stroncer than h-. ui aian' ar- cirt -ip-rt. but T-nr few (iKfl tothhrr-trenith and her eTrrtns a ti- pirt 1 1 abi. ty of 3Ir ON- 'i jpw V- " 'urther ppimin-nc-. he i tiso" icoinaut In th- rsae-s f so.t ('eTi tri-s she was graphic b iet ra-a- and in th- cen- of her ir ss-" a.t a -coundr-l bearlnc the Eixi of 'h- Hrurlf-'n he was contrast ing tjbu ent atach of the -iintaaeiis istliiM jf 'ft- -T-nins wa. civen 'u h-r The pniincnon was all that ha 1 be-n -xp-t-il of It ts -'hi!i aci aritic ina.ity t tb- mount- nx la ta.it r-p-ct it as a full cry uf the SeerioAci T-- achl-T-m-nt tn London. It tecan- 1 !-nt hi rtly after th- i-uram ris-n atmht at the Lyceum that ni-'-hui:S c was nt lively t pro- a pay o any t.ry strict ense of that tv ir I b-vr L Furriss anl abby Saa- K eh-i-!:n its anthers, had shown almost a trnr,tl7 their rower") unit- brich' dia ocue t: taes and to tiuh certain 'ym pathetic a:ris n the a idi-n - Th-ir wort is Tholly VTn'aa in th-ne and tr-atro-nt, S rs than 'ha' it is local So tlere th a pn-irise 'na r muht pmve an en'---talas-C "a ft' )!d no ioitcn tor n--jietrt a. reasiirabi- motives and m-rin '"5 an 1 aopui'iMi it, Ijuri in an entir-lT conten cnoalaniha ineyl intriifu- Th-ir feminine baa ir i" lap - anon of ra n ii,a tie 'ha' tTat aptM '1 th- public w-r- fh- ra-t Ji rib - ligations) that u-h 1 r-u t cii;ht ' ki - - H'lt that -aliratu n n- r "am-Im-r-a "it Home ' l.inot lmirjv as it tnve.il. 1 faa.! F-"hman has lone b n ins a Pay ft n.-ran n'e for his th-.itr- II-yM'-Jjiui-ssor to that series which io'luded Th-nif- arid "Th- Lhanty Ball " Doubr. Ij tie lom ai well as anybody taat n 'hit time a lay caad iwt t 0 'ha mi-l )ul 1 probably not t-iv.ttatii- r w But he want, thit s'yl-. tit 1011 t es for that nin he st laereaii a' Hone Its r-nes are In M itcut w 1 r!c I yiunjr man ! fct a v mm who Iot-s him ar i Uitr, tn ;o-s h-rs-1' b-caus- his betrntr- i hs tromis-d ' marry anoth-r man Fr na B' C 1' matters pn eress as they 'Tan lm or rhe srae from such a tuaaoti Th wi'e bei"onis j-alous hhe ' h-r husfanj who learns to iov r H forni-r afilanced still Iot-s to ni r- 'ban the man she married hr ' rm-r loTr has lo-t all "t.nn ' rh.r Th- wlf- surprises them in JBwnE if 'h- "th'r woman s s kins pro mts n.r'rr-rri h-r a.-)us hasband. and isu'ti Ealr -ecom-i -! t th- husband h- has 1-f Jluv.'irnrf ls f-d InnosiiUuI fashlor in. wroij 1 d.nts of the ple-e are Inef-tTfcejn- they a 1 cim- from no human eitm s i rur r efure the audi-m- with "'Jt'Mrv Th-rewer-m jm-n'slajitnieht JMicirrorcpisoil-of the pLay wh-n the 'fe'Ui r w-r n t m-ltn-d to b- nearly as wrfisn a i'h r rth-a-tor itsNMt 'ha' t- w -.rk -ontaitis Is Its mildly y1 COi f hu"-orius ta'fc aNiut New 1 rt if s-h ch oa al the naturalness L iU """ ' a feminine touch t n 3.' t n-' s r r a erat d-al of thi Jjea 1 -h- eis s fun I Terr p-rfun.-jti ' tn i r mj aP (t ,irs not always Zr? f ' ' litiwt thes- same opinions 1-n.i w. ft r vtotonial Gin " whlTi JMth. wrri f 'h-aire authors But that ir yri" 1 1 trpu ar su ft.s and Vmericans ttom- ai h.ir. th-same fate It would "yUti.ii' t .1. ai Cj-Ter If it did s.iclT f '"- It -urn tare the per-wfa-wiv 'h- a u- of th-ir -tp-rience an I siuonr? ilw4ruj Mornann d 4 good part , ,f,c;4' ;L vlTtr'sg- H- had a poron- U-t ;la'i,an'- jt ' the struzBle with fewer if tea 1 n s 4 43, ate JUry Jlanner- aj u , ns Vie lnil Hilil-i apini K-J"-", ' ne They lent th-ir at fV '"' '' tb- Int-rpretation 1. ry '.,,h'" trln'er-stinc tyres B-s. iT,'PMl'jri'- L. istoo. who used to be T VW 'i1 . ru"er airs aicot ann Jlrs. (vH0"!1! 'be oth feminine rtle Mdiam I SVSh?'h "' w thdienttranl spirit when hs.77 tf'si t.-s a.iowedhim ta Th-en. S.iV11 'h ulwni manif-stej itself utt. r -we me to 'he popular players -"' ac-i-w 3 th- cene 'rycr tstttn wi. favorao - taa G-r-S t'-w r L,rlr.0 j B-sreera' ' at the "si, p, Triatf i.U(jwts Fulda made a '4f - - Fostands play whi-n r--?' L "! extent the t-mty of Jr.- h in'bj-s v-rs Probably no f e. aatr7 hlJ fa,,,, aj Wl!i i4 wraai , .h , ..,r Thr. ,n drama h is cts su-.Mfu y althouzh without the H' cj f, irnphsrhat havj attend M It 'n ,iBtr7nd nFran-- Manager Con n-d 4 ic" r r b'"n ca ,"1 "roQ ,hu rar t0 JWihtt'iHt mirTdi icenc- t-Teralplars "! ' S nut th- .eiion in place of the ir7 'ti -tut siare There was nothing mr"'1'T " 'T tmVe a strong Impree rw " " ' th" 10-ac: ot Iabor 1Ir Con of b " ' xr-ndin on the pr-pariti. o ai 1 ' Thr 3 certain to be ii4y'' "' a ' yraoo de B-r-rerac all tit.-. rati- he pav --m ineyttabU !nsTt.0-,5 ' Thr a well as "trt'V t-rfornance justifleil tho pro- "ilii-!.-..? "' n the i-ast 'jermaa M Ik.'I?'" t'nJ h-re la Bur 7' V ,, . , a; as we,, a the aetiait iat nUht toiV'iSf JIr .Conned know how t H Tt aunt 14 wtU as he doee tha Uisl il.-.. BMBttafaiMTrSMM n mi ,1, , l1r" (laTires; that o often , make hit mod ern play mamtloQetr tmthfnl and ImprenslT TbeopenlnK ecenewas elaborate beyond the precedent of, tha theatre, and succeeding jfews Trerealwars tasteful and sometimes beautiful. The, shop of th poetic baker. tho balcony scone In which tVrano wooes for LAruftnu. tho battle episode and the flual tableau, to which Mr Conried adcl-d soma theatrical embellishments of his own. were all more than efllclent. and for the greater part plettuesjuo and Impr-silve to a hish dear-e The music of nnns slnalne faintly in the distances ot the eonr-nta ' in-ann dies In the Presence of ftorti was a detail which added Its w-lirht to the etfect uf the last scene. The performance can b-st b reeardt as a cnpabl- whole rather than considered tn ttsde tails, altnoneh that wonld rarely be true of a ; plar In which there l such an absnrblne fleure , astheheroofthlspl-ct? Etiaen-schadys mel to lack all the spontaneity. efrrrescince and buoyancy of 'he character, althnuah he was a domlnatlnc figure. Intelligent and authorlta tlTt. da Merito was a handsome flora mveuf. flclently maun. red and lancutil to suit rhe rMo Julius b-nltis added his customary humor and fine sense of charact-r to the part Qf th- baker, while Julius Strobl. Aucuste Burmelst-r and Wllhel mma Schlueter were aere-able Incidents of th- performance In their subordinate way Wily Fab-r's pulchritude was not of a kind to make his share in the action aultn reasonable Tho performance conveys a satisfying and artistic irapr-ssloa of the play The production Is as carefully and successfully made as If it was intended for a tone run. Such results are ery rare at the Irvine Place Theatre, althoueh that never In terfers with the Industry or ambition of the establishment. Fonrth Performance This Season of " lias Ithelnxotd." Das Ith-ineold ' four times tn a season Is anallowance of th- open unknown In a Ger man Jity There tho work is eten rarely, and then only ln connection with the cycle. One extra c-rformance combined with the thre cycles, mad- the matim?e yesterday the fourth p-rformance that " Das Kheineold has had here this wint-r. Th- atidt-nc- was fatrlr lare- Mme VIelssIineer took the role of Ard In place of Jlme ''chumann-Helnk. who is HI Mme Helma hronold took Mm- Melellner's place as ttoalindr In other resp-cts the cast w is the same as that whiuh has alrevly b a heard In th- work It included MM Van Pyck Van Ilooy. DeTrl-s. Meff-rt, Blsrham. Muhlmaun. Prlnele and Dlpcel. and Mmes Brema. tnele and l'eny ;tix r. itrEvr rrjKUEW. Duplicate Issue ot chool Hands In Uolce vtlle tn th- Sum ( IB,0OO. DoutEviLu:. March IT Information has been laid b-fore Justice LeaTitt of Doleeville by the Board of Education ot the villaeo that theorira-ot eraail larceny hv been commit ted, aa two lsu- of Doleevil'e school bond in the sum of $ld .ijX have ben disooTered The outcome of this Investleatioa will Involve the legality of Doleeville school bonds to the extent of S17 00O sold by Alfred Dole to Street Wykes. brokers, of 44 Wall street. New ork Vlfr-,1 rile- was President of th- Boird of Education in l'Oo. and on vote of th- taxpay ers of th- district it was oted to bond th chool district in th- -urn of im for th purchase of th- DoleevIIl- Academy lfrl Dole- furnished the montfy forth- erei tion of the Doleeville Aoademy years previous and th- titt- to the pror-rty was in the Dolsevule SchoI soi'iety This o-iety was ini-rpora:-d under the laws ot th- State, and most of the employee in th- Dolee works w-re members of th- soi'l-ty It wis oreanued at tho in stance of Vlfred Dolse for th-purpose of carry tee out his clans and wih in relation to the conduct of school affairs in the Til'aee Tb- bonds wer- sold at publlj auction on vue 5 1M5 and bid In by a representative of th- Pols-Till- school soct-'y They wr- if the denorninati mofil W kj each and were typ-written Th- b nls wer- -xecu'ed ry 'fred Iole Pr -Id-nt and Nathan . &n-U Treasurer d the Board if E lui-atmn and .leliv-r-d to th- or Hijrsof th- school -o-i-tv Alfred Dole- to.-.i po ssion of the typ-writt-n bonds, and soon afterward lithocraDh toud- were procured ml execur-1 by Ifr-d tv-ic-and Nathan V -n-ll th- officers of the Board of Blu-ati-m. an 1 'he typewritten bon 1- were deliver-d to the hool -'i-ty Th- lithoeriph bonds Mr Dolee o!d to btr t A W yl.es uf Sew lorl. an 1 receiv-il ca.-h therefor On- f the I thocraph bonds and lnt-r-s ws paid iVr 1 1-1H Ufr-d Di-vle-was call-d as a witnees b-fore Jutico L-avttt in preliminary examination He te-titl- 1 'hat h- was President of the Boani of Ldiu Jtivn in liO and executed the typ--wntteta toniU. that the bom4s ere purchase d by the !hoo4 soctetv. and that afterward the bonds carae into his poi---esi n by pur-ha--eut-e-iuertly lithi eraph binds w-r- procured an I -xecut-d Th- Itthocrarh bonds w-re to ta- th place of the orutmal tvp-wntten binds. md he urpo-ed that th-typewritten 1 iu- wa, canc-tled Vt-r the new bonds were I l-su-d h- d-tiT-red the typewritten bond enex to th- seh.v! so-'t-tr few weefcs a he saw th- ortcinal ypewrttten bonds In the law ofiee, of Eilward K Brown, in th.s Titlaee. and the attorney tn'ormed htm at the time that he was k pine th- bonds for the school oei-tv Kiiwanl Dllck. Pr-id-nt of 'he Doie-riU-schiii . i-ty ap 1 at pres-nt manacr if th-f-' null- if th- meri-an Felt --mrany ' w ei'-d h-r- was also edled asa witness He t-tiaei' that th- ot-eina! tvpewri'ten b. nls w-re the property ' th- -ch nl soi-i-'y an 1 hain-v-rbe-n old to V'fr-d Dii'ce that th tn Is w-r pa-chase 1 for th- socity and that th- -u'l-ty nev-r auth nz-d th- tran-f-r in anr mann-rti Vfrod Fols- The dor- H Borh. a m-mb-r of 'h- Boar I of Education In lNOand 1KJ testifl-d that the typewritten bonds w-re 'he only i--.u- that w is authorized by the board, and that the Uthv. enrh bonds w-r- exe-uted by 'he Prsld-nt an I Tr-asur-rof the t-xirl without auth jritf The examination before Justice L-avitt is not yet completed. CiLL TO ITt.N 131 i.KEH'! P 1ST OK. Vonrth Presbyterian Clinreh InTites Dr. Chapman to Take Its Pulpit. The member of the Fourth Presbyterian Church hld a conerwrational me-tme last nlsht to -all a pastor to succeed the Bev. Jo seph B h-rr The committee ofieven to which the matter had teenlreferr-d reported throuch its Chairman. Jam- A. Crale. that It hat sel-cted the Rev Dr James Wilbur Chap maa pator of the Bethany Presbyterian Church if Pniuiielphia The Bethany Church has o-er 4 Jj) members and Is one of the Iare et churches of that denomination in 'he country Among the . rowhold-rs is John Wanamak-r . .. , By 1 unanimous vote the wner-eatlon. de cided to call Dr Chapman and -ontlnued th commit' of seven, elvtne th-m pow-r to make ful' arraneemeits as tp salary. Pro vided the amount did not exceed Sd.OJ-0 a year. It Is not known whether ut noc Dr Chap man will accept the call rx-iviroB uilt'S keigiiiioh. "labored Inder thtt Delecterinns FOfCts of Too Much 1ThUkry"-Penalty 3 Amldlle-aeed necro descrtbtne himself as Char e J -ses. a firmr of lbany. was a pris oner yesterday In the Ecs-x Market Poll Court charged with t-ing intoxicated on th- "Shat excuse do you offer''' asked MacU trate W-ntworth ... , v , " I really belt-ve that I laboreil und-r the de lecteriou effects ot too much whiskey, sah. answered Jones . . Wner- was your farm'" ijit-stloned the S Ituht Just next to Wolfert Boost Me and Senator Hih wui nelebbors till a short time asi " r-plted tbe r:er- " "1 ptr-r up 'h-r-one-said that Senator Hill had me bM under th- wood in his woodpile It was a He. He was- nned $J To Demand Ulelit Ilnors on May 1. Th- local unions of the t nlt-d Bri-therhoii of Carp-nters In Jersey City Elizabeth tnd Trenton. S J and tn NewHoehelle. N 1 .have dcid-l to make a demand for the eight-hour workday on May I, strike will, he ord'r-d wher-vrth-d-mand is refused Theibroih eriuxxl carpenters in .New aork and Brooklyn have b-en working under the eleht-hojr work day rule fore-raI years Wazes Vdvan-it to Per Cent. STBtccsi. March 13 -The 8yr-uee Tuoe Comtuny which employs VO operati.e. to day posted a notice that wage of all employees wmitt b-aivanc-d l) wr cent . b-glnnrne lm media'ely The conc-rn has an annual output of J.OUI tons. , Postmasters Appointed. Vj.tn"t,To. March 13 -The President to day appointed these Poetmasters CtrUs B Weodman H.tbro. i O w But ten aat! N 'k W s-ottoner UUliuen P- As drtw I. Mw, mUlpsbutg. P alI-T IJutro, INmvBU Icaa To Examine Army Canned Bf. MtDDtnowv, Coon . March J3 The army court of innulry has requested Prof W O At waterof Wesleyan Cniverslty to examine specl. mens of the canned beef .used m the Cuban Smpaign, Prof. Atwater U noireiuagtd on the worit. . I BIBLE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. CZAVSB or XUBXEtr ItOCltEI.LK CITT cuARTEit jinorsEs niacusHtov. FnrbliU the Hoard at Kdueatlon to Exclude the Sertptures from the Schools Catho IIca Oppose It, Pmtestants Pnvor It Itev. Father MrLoneldln's Odd slews. New Koi Fir.Li.r, March 13 The old r-lle-lous fleht. which tote this town all up twenty two years aeo has b-es revived In 'he effort to eet a city charter for New t'.ochelle from the Legislature. It I the same o!d question of the Hlbte tn the rubltc schools The Protes tants want It and the Catholics din I, and there s the rub There Is a clanse In the newchar'ei- which refers to this question. This clause prohibits any school wherein r-Ileious instru-tlon Is elven trom receiving money from the pubtle treasury, and It also provides that nothlne In th- bill shall authorize the Board of Fduca tion to exclude the Holy 'Wiptures. without note orcomment. or any telectlons th-r-frcm from any of the schools " It is further pro vided that the Board of Mucatlon shall not bo "competent to decide what Terslon. If any. of the Holy mirlptures without note orcomment. shall be ued tn any of the schools ' The Protestants are anxious to hae this In fhe new charter The Catholics are uptxw-d to it The I.-t Father Thomas MeLouchlln of the Church of the Bless-d Sacrament has preached against It ftnm his pulrlt. He has eTen said that he would bo before the Cities Committee of the legislature In Albany and argue against It In conseo.u-nce of his atti tude the Protestant forces determined also to send a del-eatlon to Ubany and enllehten the committee from their point ot view The IleT B. D St-ue ot. the Saptist Cliarcii. V. K. Palmer and Thomas Hall were sel-cred to co to Albany and areue in favor of the contro verted claue TheTjwtll go to-dar but Father McLoughlin. while in no wise withdrawtne opposition has decided to r-maln at home He told a Stx reporter to-day that he mteht write his views, but that he would not c in person The question of the Bibl- In the public schools raled a bic row ln New Koi-helie in ls7"J s.t that limeth- Protestant Bibl- was used for morninir prayer rath-r M-Iouch-Iln pri-ste.1 aualnst it in the nam- nf relie tous f reeilom He wis widely quoted then as now. as denouncinc 'h- use of the Bibl- In the schools It- denied this charee then as now He took the position at that time that "athollc child n should not be f irceil to listen to the reading of a Prote-tant Bible He was ln favor 5f it for Pritestant children if the Protestant parents demanded it an 1 when the question tame to a vote heureed the Prote-t-ants of New Bochelle to teep th-ir lllbl ln th schools, reservlnc however, all the time the rich' of the Catholic children to be free from att-ndance at such services New Rneh-lle decided to put t'e Bible ut. and t has never b n back tn-e Fath-r M-Li ugh in savs he st 1' fav 1-3 th Protestant Btble for Pr t-stant chddrwn and thai the reason he opposed the hill is that he f-ar it may entail an att-mrt to for-e the r-a 1 lne of it or the Ii-tenine to it upon th- children of his rarihi in-rs That "annoi lb- he aid yesterdaT I wil1 tike xiv -hlldr-n out shfoI tl-sr 1 don t want th-m 'o heu- th- Pp-ftant Bible I don t want them to ba- fh- Catholic Bible Ve can e-t alne without any Bible The Protee'ants can t. but we en No matter whit.the taw Is I wi I not otev it I w'l fieh; 'he .aw The iar has no tight in . h matt-rs It i a cruet law. li- that whi'h makes a poi ceman ei'her up my hil:r-n in th- stre-ts and force tb-m ti.-orj s'im. "No gii.nl can com-of It. It will star a war Belielons f-ellne whi'h ha.s teen tuie-inc down her- will be r-viv-d I rre- the Protestants and they resre-t -j- Now th-re sl'ltflmt I'roPii It -va!-allbad Th clause is so lriwn 'hat n -ne an ted what it man ome mart lawye- d-ew it I am opposed f it. Th- 'ta- -anno' r.a-h r-i eiin anyway It ha ro know'-ilge of r-lt-gi jn Th-sy'-m is all ba' Each 1-cimin 1 tion should receive its har- of th- rutl money for schivil run1es and r-Iici-in- u!l then be taucht r.nr-'h The pill schoo s are a fallur- There Is n raorahtv n h I can see the d t-r-nce a . n as eh' d--n leave my caroehia s hool and e? to the ruth sihoijl It is so all uv-r ti.e coun'ry. Th-r-Is no help for it n oe ilar then thine-hav- reach-il a -ufScl-ntlj bnd"pas. It will 1 realired and remedied In the meantime all I can la 1- to 1ehf aea'nt 1' a.i best I can "Ntt I sir iiin that I amnjt tru-' t to the Protestant Bible for FT'e-tanr chil Ir-n but I am 01 posed to this "liuse in fh-cha er because It may lad to 'h- ame tnjuh'- we had over twenty years a - whe Catholic chi! l"-n wr- humilatei b. an a't-mr' ti o' thm Hten to th- readme Df a Prot-tan' B t e in th- iiuMic s.hotI Th- Kev Mr -"telle sr-aiire'fj-th-Prjte -tsnt elem-nt said '"The clau" ln na-tlin m- ly Drovld-s that the Board of Eiiacation shall n t ex-Iu 1-th- holy sy.rinturs Trom the -hvl an ! th-a' it shall not rrovid- whs' version if any "hall be u.-ed That Is eminent t fairtj the Cit"i ollcs and was so drawn for rbat nurro- It makes It rossib e fo-th Bible to b- 'n the schools Mark rou it do-s not it that rh tt. Jam-s v-rsios shall be u-d If It d'd I should oprioi it fr that .rouli not be fair It l-aves the choice of versions to th-e future ' "t ho will decide that2 ' "Th- people of th- ity n-obablv b vote rrit may be lft to the wil of the 'eaeh-rs Perhaps aft-r all the Bible wil' not b- usd at all This clan- m-rely r"aej Its u.se po-aibl-if ever It Is f und advisable FEXAL7IES ICinsT ARilOCR Jt CO. Gov. Roosevelt Directs the tttorney-Cen-eril tn PrFreut- th- u!ts. at-BiNT. March 1 i Wh-n Frederick S'hraub was Mate Commissioner of lerieulture h eoramenil suits asaln.t Vrmour .t Co fir violations ot the anti-Oleomargarine law d--mandme th- paym-nt of penalties aggregating $1,251 WsjO The -as- has dragged a'one with out b-ine brought to trial ' r several years, and about a year ago Vrmour A l o offered to s-ttle for S'Ju.ijfsX That offer has o-T-r been accepted Uov Roo-evelt has Uirect-d Utor-ney-General Davie to pri5ce-d at once in th-pros-ciitlon of the suits against s.nnour t t o The Ctovernor it of th-opinion that S.tj.ns) is too small a sum upon which to effect a com promise if the state can justify its ..a,-, while, on the other .-ind he believes itisfomuch for rmour x Co to pay unt-i-s the eourtsde cide in th- tstat- s favor rovtn'T iiK.tR rrsntvD' r.osi. Special Oltlcer's Widow Took Paris (irten panlel 5nnmonetl Help Too Late. Mrs Emma Schauk. "S years old. of S East Houston street, killed h-rself !a.t night at h-r home by taking raris gre-n -he was the willow of the sp-eial officer at Miner s Th-atr-. who was known alone th- Bowery as "Die Lou behauk died four -i-k ago Iteeret oer his death ;iuse.l hU wdjws attempt at sui cide hh-l-tt four letters to various r atnes explaining the mo'i.- for h-ract and assing them to tae care of h-r four childr-n ih-wa- hurri-il In an ambulance to tie lie rue Hos p.'a' but d.sd th.rc a .hurt tun- after ad In the room with Jtrs ''chaai when sh took th- poison was a p-t water spaniel He began to Dark and scratch at the door as she writhed there In rain alone This attracted Mine of the neighbor, who summoned th- po lice llrltlsh Consul VToolrich Kills Ilinn.lt at 3ta-atlan. Mexico. GcADtliJiiu. Mexico, March 11 Vdvi s have r-ach-d her- of the suicld- ot Charls Woolrtch. British Coasul at Mazatlan Th- a-t was d je to ill health liallboy Cbarcrd with Theft. Henry King, a hailboy at the irray and Navy Club, at 10 West Thirty-tlrst str-e". waslock-d up 'n the West Thirtieth street police station last nigh' ou the chare- of p-tit larc-ny Ki'h ard la-re th- stewar 1 of th- club, accu-s-s him of nfiine the otercont pi cket of th- member ottheelub of small ehange King is 17 years old He lives at Kill Ninth aveuu- Itlsamy Charge slay Follow s.b.lnetlon. Maicolm Di'er?oa. the ele-tneun who was arrested jn the chare- of abducting 15-year-old Norah avtlle of Nirthampton. Pa, wa held yesterday in $- b,iil for trial Th g rlwill remain In th custody of tho Cterrv society .Vgent King f the .oc.ety. who ar-r-eted Dick-rsiin, ays that Dt-k-rson has 'w v wivee 'iving and -(t)rts will Id made to gather evidence for his pro-.e..u'i n f it bigamy Florks ot Gees and Ducks ilyins North. MiPPliTowt. N Y. Mar'h 1 1 Thousinls of ducks and geese have passed over this town bound n rth luring the past two or three lay The ice has one -ut of tiasha 9 Kill and iiooe Pond, near WesibrookTiu and hant-rs haT had splendid autc-ss there, tsrgu flockr ct ducks haTine -t'!-d there to rest and fe-d Hetropolltan ahecp tilealers. Thomas Ellison Ldward Doyle and Micha-l Anderson pleaded not guutr ye .terday in the General nessions to an Indictment charging them with stealing a sheep on the west sidj9 They were remanded to the Tomb tor trUi. Ltrt: TOPICS auovt rotr.v. The supper to be given after the testimonial performance to Maurice Oran ou April '21 wilt J b unique In maar tmrt'eulars. Never lie fore have so many dlstlneulshed artists of the operatic world sat down together as those who will be s-en there on that nlcht. The present rlan ts to hare the artists seated together at a large table In the centre of the room About th-m the other euesrs will b- arranged It Is probable that the cos'um-si f the waiters v. ho serve at this talle will be In a hish degree sug gestive of the seasons most Imtor'ant suc cesses It Is pp babl- also that other unex ter'ed featiir-s which lu at pr-sen' occupy ing the attention of th- eairnnaittee will tend to make the oectslon far more ptctnr"iU- than any other banqust ever livtore elven In New lork Jean de Keszke Is looking aft-r th iFsr'lclratlon if the nrtirsin th- alair and a'l ot them have expressed th-ir d-iro to make th- occasion ompet-ly uccesstul (me ob ject of the 1 ommlt e n emne the s unter was to show Mr ini hnw mu-h th- public svm piithize with him in 'he tn lint-nance of such a standard of excellence at the Metrocolltan and toassureh.mof the suptmrt whi h'heocera Is i.erf iln to receive in the tut ,r- mil h mor eignllleant in tlcation of this fe-.ine iis-itly Is the immense tlnanUxlsupnur' whi h the public nas exten led to the i-rformance-t. Ihe New liork seaon alune will protablv show gross re-entsof mire than 5hsXUsi nnd to this must b- aided the results of the I rovln 'taijour whi-h promises tn li- w V 'y uci s ful Mr Iftiu eie;thi' day aft-r th- lunquet to l"aris and after a brief stay th-r- he ill co t London to b-gln worlf at ( ovent 1". ird-n The hanin-t to be given on the -vent hlsd--partur- will be significant enough of the es teem in wlil-h he Ls held here Wh-n the out of-door season cam- to an end last fall It looked as If golf had b-ea thor oughly triumphant nnd had won decisively the battle for popularity which it 'had urc-d for a wbtlo with th- bi-ye. 5o far as could be een. th-;bleycl- had com- out second b-st. fi- iti'-re-t in jrolf Ms.tip(-.i rhn&e who were formerly aciustomed to devote all holidays to wh-ellne Whether that result ls to t- per manent has not yet been made evident This eason may brine a return of favor to fhe 1 1 eyc.e and l's delights althoueh the fietorr of cult last year -eemel to be t'nai anl lecislve The fe.w days on which ri line ha te-n ri b e this year have biounh' out rowds tt hether that was merely the enthusiasm th it ame from a tlrst opportunity to - it ur a !n that the ild Interest Is to b- renewd with th ssrae fervor remalns.to b- seen Nobodi whi has se-n th- numb-rs that hav- ri id-n on thu boulevard wh-n the "ondltlons wer- only 1 om-carativ-ly fav. rsbi- could say that bicydine as astort hadMeclined to anvcr-atexten' later eveuti may show that this eag--n ss sunn y temtorary One rjha- ot vittory r-sts with golf at'rresen' It fsTeolf thatjias.the fahion ab'e fanor at present That has b-en entir-iv div-rted from t"e vl y.le whi-h ha.- 1 tcome to the people wlo have aW-n up golf as their re-reattsn no mote than a means to an end Mthoueh the bicy "le riders mav tcnme mire numerous than thev ever were t-fore or at al1 events sutler no decrease in numtrs th modish favor which the sport once en oy-d ts ece trom .t. apparently forever With the strueel- to cive seme kind of en tertalnm.nt that hall b original, s-jij a man who hasiust returned from loodvn. I am surprised that nibody ha-yet intrnlud the grill succer tarty, whl'h hi- latel be come topular In London aithoJ-th i' is mite new there I went to one of the-- 'hins to which theiruests wr-a.-ked at 10 n hour and 1 h- f .ater they began to arrive, and by I ' he room were fulL Ther- -a- an on he-tra a few persons danced a'lttie and one or two excel -nt p'ofesslonals um Vfter ha f an hour or more a.l haLds nt d wns'alrs toaup-F- which was ssrved a' raiitalies a- ho numb-r t gu-its wa- iimittrd eni ugh t ma.. th s p.3'--ib e Vt Ar.e enl of the rsn. vn- a lare- ocen ven af tne k.nd m- s s at our oyster ho s.s h'- live coi k-tn wh te ap and aoron-s sto d In front if i' ai d -et ! the o- 1-rs a-- fast js thy came Th- Junes w-re 'he cu'or ary evening til offvr- hops 1,1 ry and 'he Mrt of thincs that ar- '-had In the -hophi u- scae of th-m - liubr'esji ready a 'h-'e rt no delav what ever in ring thm V ar ch-r entertain men: of tn- -ame Viml 'he plan tis -ea l-e'- 1 te- Ihere a -nrr-r wis-erv-d by th- r .s d inac a I 'h- e eaine an 1 one had only to or der at the ov-n to hav- th- de-tred lLh serveil at his-ai'e by on- of th-'xaiters who wer-dr-s--d iD th- typi al fahi n if the Lrc'ih waite-s The -tpens- -f ih-thing is not very er-at an 1 It is still so absolute a n jveltv in N-w lork that it ij -urprising nobody ha- though' ot 1: t-tore On'y a few week aca th-r- ra a -omc alnt from the theatri'al manager tha' the chorui cfrl g--w dai'y mor- difficult to obtain in the abundant.- a-.d beauty formerly rossib!- It was 'rom the 'rav-idng -ompanl-s rath-r than from thos- compan'. -ttled her-that h -erv -ame and th- tra-e! tag compnnv whi -h was 1 mpelle I t 'eave New or witniit a chorus or take any girl that --re m n to I t irsake the tleaures or. the -.ty wa a fie n'int oicurr-DC- Notn-slj explan ed at th-tim- of thU impialnt 'ha: th-re m ght b-oni- rela'u n betw n the in reae in the number of uomlc opera stars an 1 tn- -nrick-Ing of ' h- -horus as nobody did 'hi- proba'i y no relation exists b-twe-u these tw 1 ci ndi tioas Now i number of -horns girN hav-te-n hroughr h-re from Ijind n I sua v these intorred ehorues ha- nuniher-d five or six a ris from hngland and a na nh-r -n-eag-d h- h-n th-y coui t t- fmnt -u'fl -i-nt r unattnettve t 1 thron theoth-rs in al raa'ageous relief The 'ntesr imcortati n ha. ten selected by a eonnots-eur wh 1 l n t lively 1 j t- mi-taen in aisiulgmenr in this questnn even if he could probably tlnd equal ly beauteous cjhorts here Fal'lne Stir ne of the Indian wvnen who ba b-en on exhibition ar the sportsmen - sn ,ar the past w-ex has -erv-d a an art..t 1 mod-l at varou tim-s in thU city and -he Ls not un aware of th- pecuniary a Ivantaee tr looting plctur-s iue She u faid to bo a cur--bl i.id Abenaki, anl she ha 1 well developed bu-ii-ness instinct she p-nd- her win'ers notun profltably in New iork where she has be-n much ln d-mand. no' only as a model, but a- a show fleure in various entertainments an 1 her summ-rs ar- -pent in an VdipmdaLg cabin near a summer r-sorr whose gue-ts may be depended on to buy her ingen ou,ly made baskets anl b-ad vv rk !he his rw-ntlvbi'-n posing f r a stu iy for the ethr. jkeii-a d-pur'-m-n' of the Museum of Na'u-al Hlsti rr In a ldition t her other attainment-, he wthe W irth f In lian costumes whi h she guaran . ah .1! K rhj poti .Km . In ft. iFertnl nn.l if. In this latter B-ld her only comf'titorsar- the designers of stag- dturaes Ther- is a fortune in store f it th- restau rant, said a man whi br-ak'asti around which strike, a compromise bet.n the si called quick eating rlai es and thor-e wbiih keep their patron- waiting fjr a quarter of an hour fir everything thev want. Therest.au rants and h'tes on Broadwa7 niak- ab-o-lute'y n 3 rr tijI is for the roan in a hurrv un less h- happens to -om- only oe-aslonally to the same place One or txo dishes at- usu ally to be bad r-aly lr a.l of them Ready m-m atoat flv-minutes wait In a -horter time it is not possiuleto'get anv'hing nor 1 es anybody wan' 'o But th differem.- that foliws when anything el-e is a,.el foreems incomp'ehenslble trom flftc-n to twenty minutes is the time requited su,.h delay ls ro ble only to a man ith ulentv jf t ru- on his hands To 'he average busine- man u-h a ait is imposi'ii- unless he pr-pa'i-s him-s-lf for It by getting up half an hour ear ier But tb-r- w little -Is- 'or lurr to do but -at th small list of things 1 r-par-d ir go j one of the so--al!ed tui'k restaurart- Fh-ir rjmptre-- is a large- 'an r !r 'h-i- su- -s than many tervins realise rh.it It is ni"t m-rely a qu.sti.n of pne- Is shown bv many of the porvin wh ar- t t- s n everv morn ing in thee pta.es. h ioull affor) to c wherever thev wanted What th-v want isti get through with pr mptre-s ar 1 e-t qt But h higher priced hi'-Uand re-.tauran's never seem to learn this !es-on s. gr-i'er variety 'n the list cf dih-s lomiliie to ot t.a n t roumthy would attrai-t th- men who 1 vw t refer to go to the less pretentious etablisbment5 l ell ill stories, et VIa I'eenv-r. Nina Manning. 2 years oil. wujpliyingoi the roof if a flv-story tenem-nt at H Ninth avenue, where ner mother wai tying up wish lires yesterday The child stny-d about the roof andatla-t tumbled thr jgh the airh.aft. fal Ing six stories to th- 1 -II ir In lmhulanea I was sitnamon-d snj Nina was taken 'o Uooso. I ve t H MPital Th- d n-tors th -r ald 'hat she might r-i-ov-r. a. her on y senou In ury wa. a broken lee lleaeh sentenced fer tnllcluc Miss Leyden. N'iw Haviv, Conn. Mir-h It Wldam Y Beach was this afternoon s-ntncod in the W-st Hxven Town Court ti par a tine if J."iJi anl to .era- six months In jail for r-nti-ing from her home MlsiCur. LuJden f Bn klyr ihe I answered hi advertisement for a h iu-- p-r . and he was arrered while m-e 'tine h-r at the railroad station He U 70 j-ars old. ery Few tomplalncs Kit to b found w th btp wurm' thrciuili Tax 8c siU.ru.icg vi.lTjc.as -fawtfy bva tay jus iBKltonat sod bi ruj wc.trt. is sm.t kux m:rict llimtun oixln will 4epldvrtu mints tar tuc sea. o extra chargv. ut Ciilc-All. WORK OF RELIEF IN CUBA. REIt ClIOSS TO IE AVXlLIAnr TO THE ir.tt UEPtnTHKT. Tlir President Indorses n Plan Sngtested by tJ-n.llrtioke nnd Work Is to ISestn at tlnre V 3tt dern Hospital for Americans to IS- Opened and Mntntnlnetl In Havana. WAsKixninst. Slar-h 13 -Miss Clara Barton and the Kxecutive Committee, of the National H-d Cross announce treat her are to under take at on-- the comn'-Mon of th- work ot rrt t -f In Cuba, begun a year aeo. but sine- in terrupted by ho-ill"es bet e-n ft nln and tho tnlted States Th-service Is to be auxiliary to yther nlief work by the Oovernment and rurely f a hospital niture. and to shelter the home'ess and care forth sick Incid-ntal'y. it Is pr poe-il to establish In tho -Ity of Havana n hospital for civilians, designed especially as an Institution where Vmeri MPs wh are taken serl iusly ill may receive that car- and atten tion which they would get In a slmtl r Institu tion at home Th- character ot the work ts fulhr set forth in tho following letter from the Pr-stdeii' to Mis Barton- Dkvr Midim The President ot the Cnlted states, b-lng desirous of furthering to th- full est -xrent relief work in Cuba is .leased at th-prompt offer of servics by th- F.ed Cro. which he accepts. He will b clad to have the Bed Cross actlne as auxiliary fn the relief s-r-vlit of the War D-ipnr'ment take up the estab lishment of hospital institi tions as proposed in the followitig plan suhmit'-it to Major-lien. J h Hr-xik- Military iiovernor d Cuba, and approved bv him Vt th- call of th- President, und-r th-dire iflon of tli- Swr-tarv if W ir and In dirt cm t -ration with the t nitnl states authorities In 1 uba and the W ar lp irtment. to establish Ip-fittifion of a hospital hirncterln places wh-r- nee.le sh-lt-ring th-hom-less carine fjr th-sick and helpless and incidentally en couraging the p.sple to help th-m-elves. lenvingth- other forms of relief to the Cfov--rnment tinl-ss r-quesf-d to assist The w t of ith- ll-d I n-s to include tho estab lishment and malnt-n mem until self.jupport ing of a m ulern m-ri-an hospital in Havana. ilestcneil fir civilians, anl especially as an In stitution wher- Vmericans can go and receive thar -ir-anl itr-n'loa which they could get in 1 similar in-fituti n at h me l nder this pUn th- sre-ial mission of 'he Red ross will b- ti ast in sh-lf-rlne the hon el-s and o -nr- for the sick amone th inhabitants of tutia with the re-ources already at l's iirsil or which may b- contributed Th- op-ra'ions of the Bed 1 roes will be under the supervision and protection of th- military govet-imrnt established in tuba W ilium Mi Kixlet In addit.on Ml Barti n has been furnished with isimp -r-cr-den' als from the War De partment tomm-nlmg 'h- assistance alone these lines if them llitar? au'hont,es in ( uta The tlrst expedition will leave Washington to-morniw morning f r Havana -onststing of th- H-v Dr Vl-xand-r Knt of tb- P-orl- s rhup'hof thisoirv md his sin Dr I B Huh-b-ll th- tie! 1 ag-nt of th- Bed Cress, and H t . rtrell' who will act a- Treasurer Mr W s, Warner of V w .rk ivid l-ive 'hat citv 1 1 1 un fh-ith-rs In Havani sh-r- they wi 1 b-rn-t bv the -igeuts .f th- so 1. ty th-r- it-org-W Hvitt. Jlay r of ttuanah.tt.oa, anl Dr J B "sol los 1 h- firs -hipm-nt ot h-pi'al supplies. con-istine ' it ut 1" t in-, will b-s-nt on th-Wa-d in-s-im-r -inline fpmN-work nW-ln-silav next and other supplies will foi was 'hi r-edsar- repor'ed t liealquar-ter- in this-onntry The (Fov-rnment h is of-fer-d Miss Bar-on fr trans-portation forstaff and supplies, an I railroad ,ini r-1-graph and 1 ibi- .vniparu s hav- offe-ed sreial rat-s fir the -ervnt if the K-d 1 ro-s The Fx-tMi'tv- 1 mmitfee vshich will hav tli.it irv. in -hare- nni-f s of Miss ri ira Bar ton. President srhen h. B-arti n if New iork. 1. -Pr-sident - ' tt ni.r if the Kiggs Na tional Bans, if Washngtio Tr-a-sur-r. Jihn . v L.l-ornf Wa-hrc n F It Hay if W !sh tng'on. fr-org- I Boldr manag-rif Ch-Wal-dor -f irm ird D L ( bb ?-cr-:ary and c insel fr- Jt s- Bart n Pa k 1:- f su-ri'i.s f,r the K l Cross hos pital servis. m ti.ta ma' be con-igned to tlr Vm rim" Nat oaal P.ed it, ure of I P I Kia I " 'ed s'ates Despatch agent Nev I rt r) nmi 1 lie skii.jh y,t -L.iui i nil L 'lire shml ' i n r -ent Th- vintentsof -a-h fa kac- -h hi d b- m i-ked on the biix Rs-lf ap 1 a Met uled -t ifera-nt of th- -onfents sent with the -hifp nc dournent VI l eh-eks draft- IVisr nffl o- 1-r- t- fi- the malnt-n mis if th- 1 -d 1 r a ivor m l uba and th Ph lippin-- shmll '- ma 1- piayabl- !H"C Glover Tr-a.siir-r P--s d-n: Biggs National Bank. Wa-hJcgton DC or to the American National Bed I ross utr nr i'irv; n in CHfris. small (.rocers VII Oi-rTovvn sahl to Have 15 n Mitimlied by a Petty Thief. Frank B en if 'Jl'tWe-' -nty-nlnth stre-t tva h-1 1 'or examination In el ' t ut in the Y-st F fty-fo irth s're-t Polie- our yester day altera m an 'h- charge of swmd ing Jere miah Carney, a eruro' JT'i Hul-on stre-t by means of a worthl-ss chk for i 10 D-te-tlve Foea-'y ihi a-rest-1 Bre-n. -aid that th-r-were sixoth-r complainants in B-Oi)lyn anx iout to have th- prisoner rn-d on r-imilar cha-ees an 1 tha' th-re w-re two warrants out fo- him Bre-n .ives a''oc-'her on what he e-rs out of worthle-i ihks for -mall amiunts. -aid the detec'ive an I he has p.is-e.1 them all over own He hir-- 1 farni-hed room -om-h-r-. gains the confidence of om- croe-r in the n-iehbirhiii ard th-n off-.sth- gp'-r a bad che. k I sually he g-ts good m in-y forchange Then he moves and repeats the operation somewhere else The prisoner -a d 'hat h- was a r-al es'ate bmieraad a nephew l ex-5-nator Kiernan of L tica UfCEIft.lt liY.IIEK I OVER. Fannie tyres Kills Herself Because Barton Is 1 3!arriel Man. Fannie Vyr-s age I Jl. committed suicide late a-r niehr by t ik ng carbolic acid b-caus--h- fiund that Martin Hat in of Stratford place. Newark to wh m he wis eneaged ta N' married wii a marrieil man She lived at 34 Waverly avenue Newarf . and was a diueh terof imlrew 15 Vyfes. a travelling -alesman Bar m attendetlth" M ntgim-rvM E 1 hur-h. an I then made h-r acquaintan -e a y-ar aeo Th- affair was -n-vu-ac-l hy th- vyres family until rum ir- wer- h-ard that he was a married man He a Imitted that h- had b n marne.1. but sa I that 1 leer of livon- hal b.tn granted in Trentm in 1 hal n t b n m 1 1- pub.e Th-girt w-ore a I-tter to him an 1 then weut 'o her nwa and tooe the titiison fOI. hElltlll HFt't'iTFD The Copimander "f the I Irst atalne Infantry Not lleited Mayor of Hlddeforif. V' --f-1 Me March II Municipal elec. tnsv 1 hd t-layln many Main- towns an I in s With th- -x'eprton of Buld-fird wier-th 're was a 'ively -ontest the vote was mini In Lid iv'o'il there kj a peculiar -M t-cf affa.rs 1 1 L. H K-ndiil mmm vnd-r of the Fi-st Main- K-e'ment of In'antry In the recent war wa- nominated by the lleptinllcans for Mayrr and indors-d oy th- Decrs-nt. but he was t oaten and the Cttueni nomlnwon by a goij.1 margin Hebrews sent to the f itholle Protectory. Twenty-five H-bre' I oy-. whi had been ar rested 01 tuo lav for throwing sbsres were iiimmitted to tho 1 n'holi Protectory in th LVi Market Ponce i-ouri ent-rday otv fall ing to pay 'he -mail fines imputed on th-m ty JligH'rnte Wenrorrh The Juvenl e Vsylum has been marastineii. Their relnrivs when thev h-ard the cotr"- tm-n'J gestnulated weof n i 'ore their bar and whiskers The rjlr- at last licer-ed them A Monument to Pennsylvania's Head sol Hers. Hvaaittrj Pa . March 11 Mr D- armon of ray-tta intrlucda bill in the Pennsylvania I-gblature to night making an approprution of Slu.i for the ertion of a monument on the Capitol grounds in memory of tho s ildiers of the Tenth Fennsylvania who lost their lives in the Ihllipptnes Ir. Nancy Oullford'. Trial IJesins To-Day. Bsit.xPuBT. Conn. Mar-h 1 i Th- trial of Dr N jn ; Uuilf jrd 'jr the piupier of Emma uili will begin hepj to-morrow she has b'en ciinflned in th oun'y jail ever sine- sh- was brought ta k t this 1 untry from England, whither she fled after the -rime was discov. ered Four lawyers have teen hired in defend her and tho' indicted with her fifteen ears for Vidlng to Kill Her lover. Bi muo. March I Mrs Boslna Barone was to-day sentenced to Vuburn Prison for rlfteen years, by Justice Lambert, f it al line her hu tsa i Vntoo 1 3 Barone to k 11 Phnip Forestlna hr lover .. siedgj ty to manslaughter Her husband now m - .' 'rn Prison under ei.ter i f j-,jtti After iJ tn t -tiao the Barones cut hi body up, packeil ltlaatruok. and threw the trunk into the canal UJ. $ 3. $1oane J FAIR PRICED CaARPETS arc the Velvets, Axminsters & Tapestries manufactured by the Alexander Smith & Son's Carpet Co. This Spring's patterns and colorings are the handsomest ever shown. These Carpets are designed to fill every useful and decorative requirement. : Broadway $ .9tft streft . -ii irojr.t REstLF.tt ar fireme. Carried from a Top Moor Koom and llanl.il to the Itoof. A Ore which wis lisovereil about 1 j cloi'k yesterday miming in the four-story brown stone house if Walter C Hump-tine. Superin tendent of th- Eastern Division of the Western Union Telegraph Company at till Hancock tre-t. Brooklyn, did about 51 .SCO damage ard endangered the life of a woman servant Mr. Humpston- and his family ar- ab-'n' tn Florida, and Vnna Atklnon JJ years oil ine of the servants, and the n-gro cook w-re the only porstns In the house The former was aslp in a rear room on th- fop floor an 1 the flrem-n had b n at work for im- time 1 -fore they learned that he had not mad- her esc ipe with th- cook H-r r-scu- was tiilantly ac complished by Fir-man Walt-r U-raril of Truek 11 and Fir-man James I -wis of rn glne.15 ... (terard. s-iringa coll of rope, made his way to th- roof, while I -wis ascended the ladd-r to the urth floor securing the nir- to the chimbey Gerani dropped to th window of the room occupied by the imin and i-arrle.1 h-r to the front wlndiiv Th- oth-r Hr-m-n on the roof th-n dropped a rop- ro their comn. les. and when it was -ecurely fasten-d around the woman she was hauled up and cared for In the adjoining house No Dam for Itneqnet Itlver. Siupreme Court Justice Gaynor ot Brooklyn granted Edwarl H I i'chfleld a temporary in junction yesterday enjomme th- International Pap-r Company from dammme the waters of th- Racqu-t Kiv-r ir nilsine th- waters of 1 Tupcerlake. in I rink in county, so istomae th-mov-rflow "Ir I itehtl-ld - property ad joins the lake, an 1 it is his In'enfion fo bull 1 a I summer --sid-nc- th-r- H- a leg-s thit if I the dam is allow- I to exi-r hi- plans will be de-strov-q a rhe b-11 h in front of fhe o.n'em plated bouse would be submerc-d Jerry V. Vternberg In lock. ler-y V Wernberg the well-known Bno lyn lawyer w-nt tii Mexico a -ouple of weeks ago to look after hi- .nterest In a big copier min-. and a -cording to r-por r-c-ived from him his Mexican venture has n-tted him handsomely Ir is sail that h- has rei eived no l-s- thar ijk'od for 7" p-rcent of his holding in th- mtn- and tha' h- Is also to g-t a subtanr al li. - ot fh- sto-k of th- ble com pany which U to op-rate it. 11 A Rl. E J TEI I HiE CK numt it-Kisii Ttis ovr Sua rises ell sun o 1 Oil I Moon sets 9 s HIGH wiTXa THl DsT SiadyHook H iot tit d. J s Hell Gats 1 1 3S Vrriveil Mosdvt. Ms-ch IX. s. Vrianihn Daadas Klngst.ro s alA-snlu. 7a iber Jt.rs-ill. tss rrnlsn rbcriiilisoo ijli.gsw 8. -ssn Msn.i - i cniuz Pon-e s siiarani.A hvall. itAr-ttaibij. s. thirliL. P.t.rs hfl ls Kl Mr itrat. Nirl-ns Ss K10 (Ftna U stayi.. Ne o-ican. s Jv-n-stowTj Pot Nar-oU Bark B.trl--r C e. Bartwi 1. lor later irrttls s First Tz i IRSiVEU OtT" s Ll Ni-2in L '-imN.wxirt it Has- s. pici-rmua from n-t aork. tiluco- 9s vugust- istaru. from Ne-v iork, At .thtt. VkHKD s. Cul- from Viv Ten for Lirp-ot ps.d Kin-ii- S. sfne. from New Yo-s for Dsrpo-il pa.! Rinsai- stirp rnov ruanov nin. s. ptnn. frnm bsmbn-g for v.w To-k s. ilrrausi n frim ilvfi fur N.w Vorx Fs Paiilo fr'ni Hall f jr New T jrk Ss Mencmtn.. fpjm London for Nw Vorx. siiizri runvt roicrsTtc ro"v c rir f ngnsta frnm savannah firN.Tjrk. 9s El Don la. from NesrOrlesas far Nor lurk ccTuorjo STEiMsarrs. iu Tij-Div MliUC'ot. TttflSuU. Kiis.r Wllhelm Ait Grcssn Br-n.n "Oil V it ton) v M Alps HiyU 1000 ill ::m)' Comaach., Cavrl.stoo ") P V El Pa). w OrUns 3 v.0 Pit Jslii Til-Mirrlvl st. Pnl. southsniFtcn 7 00 V 5f 1000 t M w..t.mUnt vntw-rp 10 ao u 1200 Jt ()ruba. Ruins t co P I m) P at sIma3i.. Cnrv-10 li)P5l FiUm Eott.nUm rt) V Vt 1 01 si l II Tlomo Barbs In I 00 P M 10HPM Cro:en. North BriL . 1 rt) P M ' is) P M jii Turlay, Jtra M. Ssncwo. Nuuil t rt) P it art) p II Wince Colon 12 00 31 I rt) P Jf El Mar. Nw Orleans 3WP1I ClCOVtrvO STXsVtSHlH. tn Tt-D-zj wuiow ln- Oibrvl'ar Feb 22 If.irol - i-ibnltar f.b 2" t.nslnaaiin Sntw-ro Mirh t Hniison New Orlss.ru Ia--h s ltai P"rt Ufflun Jfirvh ' Algiers Nw Orl.sns March S ll ifi 1 j Mm j T.atnnlc s Tavsrpool JfsrcU s Uanitna Load in Man h I Stai. nf NbriJ itLKgoar Jfirrb a W-'l.ts.j- slc.-i Jfanh t A Ivanc- Colon JUn-h s TtuturU lilbraltar Fb 2s uii.-nraoor Oib-ltar Mvrch t NiFces Oslv.ston March s s-niin;W Jsslasvtllit J!a-rb 12 City of augU'ta atannaa 11-iri.li 12 Du T'lurrttj U irh H, Lahn Br-m-n aririh 7 Ma-conomo London . Jftrch CUIfiriloi Hall Msrh 2 Birdos-vali! (ilbr.ltar Marvh I Vu tndag Jf it 11 Timpsnia Livetannil Jtarrhll Mas-ap. tna swsns-a Jfsnb i PaUtU Himbiint Jlirth . knt-rr Unres JIarch S Pros vadlera I pjrtauPnne. M.rchtl Diu a'urijj air-a li at. Lonls .. soiithjrnptm Jfarctitl L Trturvme Harr- Jtsrhll k.ntirn . st Lncta Map hit El IMondo Ns Orl.sns Maruh 1 1 ls. .ws i m U ars U Coni.ric ijibnl'ar Mi- h a 3usmtss JlotUfS. frs. Wlnslow's Siotaitig syrup fir Cbil lt.n t.ethlng soft-as tb- gntus redn. es inammatun 1 ays paia ares witd ou. lisrrti 2"i. a otrl COMTV1 Entirtt Bin rest, n Sua lay ltr h 12 at 4 ao V M Rev J hn 1 mnwsjr late t th. Immaculate Concttption Churvli. stapUtoo Matea l.land 4gtda.)jcan The reverent clergy relatives anl frienls ar- re tpeftfjlly invited t tte&i the fuue'sl on tVelnviar Jtarch li, from the t-htxreb jf the tuiBvai.it at. roneeptl in. Ittlx it near tv i OAce of th dea 1 JO A Jf mass to o cli ct Met If LItM. -After a liagsrtng Ulnea. Mirch 12 i JhB JUwduam. at hj rss lene, IS West iHra . in the ch year of bis age lao.rslesrvi-ess. thehcoti.h freshrte-aa Caan-o Drfth tt anl satnl Park vv.t, nlailay Mtrfh IS l 3 '!!. J. Interment tr vsie WIIExTt.KV.-tJu Mimlay March n l) Jam-s 1 vTiieatleir at bis resldewi, 5.11 nest IV'lI treeL Jfjtiee if funrl heresfter 3Uir fttMirattoru. E CAX prednc mors titles ef toot, than isy houss ta AmrK. exanuns. PKATT, teiotist 1 i- Sale of Muslin Underwear. Tuesday, March idtJu "- . Cambric Gowns. 50c, 5c, 98c, $1.25 & $i.95 f Nainsook Gowns, s $1.25, Sl.95,$2.45. J Cambric Drawers, j 50 CtS. Nainsook Drawers, s 50c, 75c, 98c, Si. 25. jj Nainsook Chemises, H 75c,98c.,Si.25,Si.95 ij Na'nsook Corset Covers, 3 'led In at th-waist, 50 cts. jj Cambric Skirts, i 9SC, $1.25, Si. 95. J Outincr Flannel Skirts, !) with scallop- 1 edge. , 25 cts. jj Silk Skirts, In changeable and black taffeta, with ' f jur rufSe-!. h Chansable and black taxTet. aeeonileu j plaited rude. $775- la fancy triped taffeta, with eords4 i and dust rude. S7-75- l Lord & TaylorB Broadway & 20th SU j h !J Double i; Daily ! i' Passenger , 1 Service t From -g St. Paul and Minneapolis, to ' Helena, Butte. ' 1 ci Anaconda, Spokane, - f Taroma, Seattle, " T . .- Portland, via f " " 1 Northern Pacific Railway lA Only line offering n Montana and North Pacific Coast " f ,1 t A passengers choice of tawo $ -4 through trains ij daily. j (Quickest time bi-st line. r-,.jj 1 For rate-s, Information, etc, f ) Apply to V. F. Memhon, 'f , (ten-ral Aent, 5 Paiinsrer Dep't, Mi Broadway. eliabiliiy in Furniture. ! Artquc ;00sta ir; her. moJjrn toodj I m htrt, but thjre an't x fitit in either I jt rj that hasn't the jood oU-fuMoaeit I honesty t cnrutructioa i Fu-mture, Ipholstery. Anttsjuet vim j ry choice AntiqueJ no in jtocit at moii ' erate ci y- Schmitt brothers, I Corner 25th St. and 4th Ave. I 40 East 23d St. Metlco'e New oabMdor. I AtsTIs Tei 3Iareh Id Maaael Apirr. 1 Mexii-aa amoassailor tu th- I mt-d Wat. I r-aed throuch hereon h war to V. i4hia. I too to-dar lie will .top u at. LouU lorarfew day.