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lie If Aslisriirldllnn tks s Ifhrllt 4IIrItnn People Ple to 0 HUy Hta Away AwayII AwaII Aws AwsU
II thf th Mayor Iaor llonnt Act anti Jovial JovialIVtipfr JewizitTnofl18h0p
11 IVtipfr II flit Ton TII Tnofl18h0p Illsluip DnrBCM AtUcki AtUckiHIP AttackiIIlf flack flackIhl
HIP Olirrn Again raln In HI Iauli Iaul Pulpit PulpitTim Iulilitfh IiIiiItTIii
Tim fh H IIA y Dr David DavldJIltn Dav11JamesBurruIImhI Dav11JamesBurruIImhIfrr JdmesBurrell BIlrrellmlril8 BIlrrellmlril8tfor rotate rotatetr
tr ol I Hi Mnrhlo Collegiate Church has hasfollowed haafOlIrncI
followed Iht fII ho h nxampln of Bishop Burgees Burgeesof urg s sor
or I Ioll Iotg OUR Islnnd 1 llInd and other prominent clergy clergynipn clergynlPn clergyrnpn
nipn in protesting protl tlngll against aain8t aln t the production productionof roductlol1 roductlol1of
of IMwIiiil Ia Iflll nt the Metropolitan Opera OperallniiO Operaflotie
llniiO Ho has published a pamphlet pamphletrailed p pamphletfllkI mphlot mphlotrall1
railed Pnrslfalja Pll1lrul a Remonstrance In which whichhe whlohhI
he h akK 1I the lie Mayor to prohibit the perform performtncc PerrormInlf
tncc ncp of 1l I h i4 > 4 opera Part of It follows followsI
I IIPR I pave ave ve to utter a respectful but butenriiit butproleHt butearn4
enriiit protest against agaln t this spectacular spectaculardixplnr sPectaCulardtplll spectaculardisplay
dixplnr of ofoventB eventu connected with the life lifeUK liCeIlel lifeand
and UK pHtwIon of r J JItIU8 MB Christ Tho suffusing suffusingUfM sulfURingIi suffulngLigi
UfM Ii hl of tho Shokinahj the sacramental sacramentalfeast
feast the I lli hI Bpear dripping with tho Saviours Savioursblood Saviour8blood Savioursblood I
blood tho Dove oe vo symbolizing tho descent descentef
ef tlif tt Holy Spirit surely these are not nottillable notultllhlo notpiltahle
tillable to bo presented upon an operatic operatictagtf oi > cratla cratlaI
4 tagtf I l in thfvmetropolltmi city of this Chris Christian Christian Chrishan ¬
tian land 1 Are tes ro thorn not enough sources sourcesor
or amusninent nmJsllJIPn and entertainment without withouttrenching withoutlreJlchlnlC withouttrricliing
trenching on tuerne tHemId so sacred to the hearts heartsor
or OirUtinii hrL < 1 iUll rxHJpIe rxHJpIeIn
In behalf heha of nuiltitudes of earnest pep peprpvoln peppip pep peppli
pip I appeal to the Mayor or New York to torploko torpoin
rpvoln tho llootwo permitting this play playOn playOn playOn
On tlio tie holidays of ancient Rome It was wascustomary WIlSru wascustomary
customary ru IOIlIary for heralds to proclaim Precut Proculnrixnl Procul Proculslel PrecutproIlt
nrixnl tale c8e slel proam1 lest there should shouldM 8houl 8houlhI shouldb < <
hI b M any undue unoue trifling with sacred things thlng8I
I it not competent for the chief magistrate magistrateof
of our city to make his hlslnfiuence influence felt In the theaine thoI1I1If the1ifl
aine 1ifl way wayI ay ayI
I ap appeal > eal to the manager of the Metro Metropolitan Metrop01illlll Metropolitui ¬
politan Opera with his associates in the theconduct theronduct theeoruliict
conduct and patronage of the opera to topauso topIIuso top1ith
pauso p1ith and consider whether it it Is wise thus thusto
to II antagonizethe antagonize the Christian Christlansentlmoht sentiment of ofllui ofIII oftli
III llui community LmIl l nlty It la stated < i that the thedownfall thedownflll thetfowiifll
downfall of tho Roman drama had its i be beginning bejinninlC begiIiI1iiig ¬
ginning inthe in the scenic personation > ersonatlon of the thegink thejods theis
gink In 11 it likely that the t f Ie position of those thosowho thOBOwhn thosesiiri
who IIBVP ha Iiav Htood for thodefence the defence of a pure purertrniiM puredrlllna puredraiiu
rtrniiM will be strengthened in this manner mannerI marulcraplul
I appeal with Ith all earnestness to pur purJcwifh ourt
1 t Jcwifh friends who are officially nsso nssocialed aAAOlnlelln assoiniecl
cialed lnlelln in the public mind with the produo production produoI produotkii ¬
tion I Inn und support of this opera Many of ofllipin ofIlipin
llipin are among our most mo t honored citizens citizensThey cltlzensThey citizensThey
They have just cause to complain of f tho thoraw thowoe therace
raw prejudice p judllJwhlch which has prevailed foerifihteijn foe fp fpfi fprigiiten
rifihteijn fi hl n hundred years None among amongthem amorlgIh111 amozigthpiii
them could ould deplore this thl prejudice more moreprofoundly moreprofoundly moreprofoundly
profoundly than we do doThe dolIier A AThere
There The lIier is adifference of opinion between betweenIIR
IIR u HF to the Messiahship of Jesus and we wewould weould wewould
would ould fain persuade them to dur ur way of ofthinking orthinking otthlnkipg
thinking butlet that pass pll88N No such differ dftferrnro dillerfnl difference
rnro fnl of lOP opinion Inion should justify at attblB this Btage Btagecftlie stagolr tagoot
cftlie ot lr I he Worlds Iforld history any alienation among amongthose amongthose anion anionthose
those who ho dwell together as friends and andnelchlxirH andIwllthh an aniwfglil
nelchlxirH nelchlxirHBut Iwllthh rH rHnut rsBut
But in it wise for them in the interest interestof
of If t l iace > eace and good feeling to lend them themselves themFlle themeive ¬
selves eive either by silence or active support supportto
to the dramatization of events connected connectedwith connectedwilh connectedwith
with the tragedy of Calvary Will it heal healthe healtho healthe
the breach to lift the dripping spear s ar Or Orto Ort
to t reproduce with theatric display the thelight theligllti theiighti
light that shone from heaven h aen above our ourSaviours ouraipurs ourlavipura
Saviours head theanointing the anointing of his feet feetthe feetIhe feetth
the th descending of ofthe the Holy Dove the Sac Sacramental Sacramen Sacramental ¬
ramental ramen tal Supperand Supper and the chalice of which whichHe whlohJII whiohlie
He said This cup is the New Testament Testamentin
a in My 1 blood bloodl i shed for many for the re remission rerni reYflbRiOn ¬
mission rni > Rion of their sins sinsI 8ln 8lnI
I appeal also to public opinion This ThisIH
IH ai 11 Christian country If all England Englandwan
wan 111 stirred to indignation when Cromwell Cromwelltabled CromwellFlahled Cromwellstahled
tabled his horses h r808 in In St Pauls Cathedral Cathedralis
is there no occasion for patriotic protest protestiiguinst protestIIgalnst protestiguinst
iiguinst this grim display of symbols as associated 08Iflclated asociated ¬
sociated with Christs life and doctrine doctrineon
on which our laws and jurisprudence are arefounded arefounded arefounded
founded Surely this is a thousandfold thousandfoldworse
worse orse than it was for the Roman actors actorsto actorsto
to make sport of their gods godsArirl godllArId godsAUI
ArId finally I make bold to appeal IlpJ > 041 to toChristlanjxxJple toChrI8t1anPEOple toChristianpople
ChristlanjxxJple who furnish the substan substantial substantial substantisi ¬
tial support of the Metropolitan Opera OperaThey OperaThei Operai
i I They have h ve it in their power either to prevent preventthis preventthl8 preventol
ol this Bacrileaious BAITiI sae llegtous JOU8 performance or to make maken makeHlgnal
I n signal failure of it And as John Foster Fosterwiil Fosteriii
wiil 1111 iii irI Tower r to t9 tholast thojaqt ho IlIRt 7 7e atom is s responsi responsibility re responsibility pon l lbllit ¬
bility bllit
yja e artfliving In irreverentlimes Men Menlays Mlriak Mentakn
takn ak great liberties with God In theRe theReclas thesedays
lays clas < They thoughtlessly profane His Hisname HI8name Hisname
name deny the ha sanctions sanct1 n of His Word Wordand WordIInd Wordand
and denecratehis dl ecratehlll holy day Where shall shalllliH 8hallIIIA shalltli
lliH tli line bod bn d dwn awn lwn At the bloodl 1 Here Herelot HereIpt Herolet
lot the halt be e called Let no man despise despiseus dltlpbceII
us II for compromising our O r fealty fcalt to him himwho himwho himwho
who shed His precious blood in our behalf behalfA behalfman
A t man may go 80to to the theatre to witness witnessa
a dramatic reprpductlon of the scenes of ofhi ofhi ofhi ofuk
hi uk mothers deathbed < < I thbcd to hear a man in inA inbuskins InInlsldns iniiiiikiflS
buskins sing he liet last tender words w ordH for tho thoItilertainment thollIertalnment thouritrhiiniilont
Itilertainment pfpn br fIan n audience of amusement amusementwnkere am amusment amusmentikers ent entktr
wnkere ktr but let no 0 Christian stoop BO low lowHK lows
HK H to 0 lend himself hhns tr to an operatic presen presentaiion pllen1IIIIon preseniii
taiion iii I Im of Christs farewell interview with His Hisdi Illsd Hisli9lCs
di d li9lCs lllesat < 9len at tho sacramental table His par pardoning pardllI pardtning ¬
doning dllI n grace gmcet08innersorHl8atonlng tosihnersorHisatoni tosinners or His atoning PR blood
0 great rellt tragedy 0 ailatoning death dlathllrOJIII deathIrojvl I IIrnjtl
Irnjtl procul esle profane proIa nil Hands off offtin1 orrII of ofthi
tin1 II ftlood If WP 1 > must have pleasure tho thow tllorid
w rid I Id is full of it If music we < shall find findit
it I f everywhere and withal no need of pros prosMiutinK proll1IIIIIInll prostitilting
MiutinK it to base and unholy uses We Weflii WeSI
flii 111 ChriMians That should mean some something 80meIhing sometliiiig ¬
thing When hcn we make it moan nothing nothingcmiKcience nothingcfllIciel1l nothingC0014C10flte
cmiKcience protestsand the world laughs laughstilsliop laugh8HI laughsllIlioi
tilsliop HI l1op Burgess urge > 1J of long Island who whoj whlII1JIchecl whoirtached >
j II1JIchecl > ri iched at the Advent litany IItan service in inSt Iniii inii
St Pauls Chapel for the second time at atnoon
noon yesterday c8tenla in the course of his sermon sermonagain BOnnonIIlaili sermonagain
again attacked the theoornlng tli coining production of ofTnrslfal ofnrfIl1 ofJnrslfal
Tnrslfal nrfIl1 Although the Bishop did not notmention 1I0tI1Icntion notnicntioii
mention the name of the opera he loft no nodo nodlbt no1iIt
do dlbt ilit of ofthe the object obj t of his remarks remarksIt
It IH is in Inlts Its sigpiflcanco as 8 A sign of the theI
I lines IIlIl that the great gllta drama of which hlch 1 spoke L8pokeII spoketlp spokeI
tlp II I other day rla domands rlfrnnndllattenUon attention said he hei
i I lie genius whose who work it is saw Ral in Jeius Jeiusoriy JeuJr Jeusor
or oriy Jr y tile man man un In tho various arloll dreams dreamslv dreams dreamsl
lv 1 which hllh he e eattoiaptsto attempts to connect conneethls his hisiegellll hisiegellllan legend legendBIV
BIV Br hero with Ith theSon IhelSon of Mary Marytherc there can be bem belit bedi
lit di m hock to those who look upon Jusus Jususonly Jcsusmoiik
only 011 as one of t the ho ideals of humanity humanityiet
iet such llCh cultured paRRtiH pagansand and there thcroan
an II coiintleiM i1itI5 of fthom themenjoy tinjoy their ChrUt ChrUttra Ciritiru
tra an a they tho Will I11 and nd I utter no protect protecthui PrOwlh protstbiti
hui h for those iwho > who believo < tIlL plaring plaringnliliorrcnl 1la pa7iigit llg llgI
it I h 111f I h sacroIparts acrel parls of His lifo becomes becomesfthtwrrent comeH comeHnbhurrenl
nliliorrcnl There are Koineof HOIIIO of usand us tItdl 1191 1191or Piptco I
or co 11 v among alllOIl IIIOHM t tvlio tSli ho burn Incense who whotlniiv whottIul tio tiotI
tlniiv tI ttIul of the hoJy 1 < I coniinunion c as tho very veryhiuirBt varyhigirst ery eryhllIf
hiuirBt hllIf t act ac of deyotion that human beings ItcingHHIV
HIV ci capnhlu of1 or Such do not want wan to ton see uena
a iniinii I1 ntiiii III I roprrwntnMon n of that scene on onthe 01IhO ciith
the th Iwarils lureliJ of a 1 Now ow York oporn IIOIIKO or orto orU
to U ienr nr thoso Ihu > U Kicrod words sung by painted paintediiiior paintesiii
ii iiiior 1 i on 01 I a painted stage stageUo sIngeo stageVo
Uo Vo o are toi to iI that tho music is upliftitig upliftitigTins upliftingih
Tins 11 ih > in i not the lIt time that art hiut been beena I > < < n nII
a temptress 1IIIt 11 f In BHcrilcgo to lx ho > excused excusedl
l aiuti it ffc i i If work of art artI PorthUjI
I have maO biiCli told I liavo eonn I OIlO qiltsidu qiltsiduor oUlsidl oUlsidlII
or II tho t ho pulpit In I this I reply that the chief chiefHKly chlerHY chiefN
HKly N idy of myllfo has hWlI IHHJU 1I the lifo of JOHIK JOHIKor
or i Najntbfniid aanthnl d I toll tfJ I you flmttlmt that tlm drama dramaN
N j fiiiv fII in I ikAbm t4uaching a hlng to every pagoof tho thofA thopd thulsl
pd tit f fA J JWII I Ifi V VA j
A fi fHIHli WII mris JifH FOR OIf PAIISIPAL PAIISIPALVnnnKrr ItnSIJtJI I lIZSIkILlnnager
VnnnKrr I nnli r < conned nrtMl Sayn Hell IcUae lUve Womm WommIpiccrii UOI1lIIIn toniNiilncrs
ilncrs Ipiccrii n lr In Their TItlr Place plmcrAltlioiijtitho rlacl Placeltiioiig
Altlioiijtitho 1110111 ltiioiig the efforts Irrprl forts of the tl Cicrry Gcrr society societyt Iclelr Iclelrto
t to i prrvfitf t1nt the Calvary Culver Church choir boys boyslroiiiniiKiigparfiifnlsclectloimntthenew bOYI boysirnii
lroiiiniiKiigparfiifnlsclectloimntthenew lroiiiniiKiigparfiifnlsclectloimntthenewLyceum frolllllljiilp irnii HIilgi PatlrallelectloIH Paraifalse1ectIotis at the new newIYUIII newLvminn
Lyceum IYUIII Tliontro Thlnto failed falP they have liiid liiidlli hildII
lli II more oerlotis Irlols resultof result IIIlof of preventing prentlng their theirniiRiug theirsiliging
niiRiug 11 inl at thl Ih Metropolitan Mctropoltn Opera House HouseA HOIe HOIeA
A iholrof 111 hcr of fpjaale rlll lle voices ll will wi l holUhlttul ho > HUbstitiit iiLititutedfor < > > d dfor
for 101 I ili ho hI bfyn bfynMr Ilyittr oy oyr
Mr tr r Conricd tonrl > has hl been blll aware aWlr for some sometun 1010 somotiii
tun 111 that hut thrvCerry IhrJerr thi lorry society soolet would mako makoIrniihln Ilko Ilkotruhln imikotratldlo
Irniihln truhln over Olr OVO tho choir boys and III has IIIN had hadMr hadf hadIt
f It Mr choir of women womelin in training tr lllng Ho said saidyixtprday MidIIIIIY saidyitermlay
yixtprday IIIIIY thafi 1h thahere Jhore hore Was WI8 very Iry little IItB prob probHlnlity prh prhHlllil probaljiljtv
Hlnlity Hlllil of the boys OYA singing because 1IuuH o W as ho hoIlelto hoiimilrstoccl 1 1nniliiHlood
nniliiHlood Ilelto the ilo law the Gerry society nocieiyifiukl societymould olelY olelYwile
mould wile prcvi prcventfhein > nt heinovcn even though the boys boysdid bO8dil boysdiii
did dil not 10t prOIn actually actlal appear appearOf aiWfr aiWfrOf
Of course cOIne waia iaitt II a representative J ilentntlv of Mr MrKpoilol Ir IrCOlrlld MrCnitried
COlrlld Cnitried yoseiay e the opem wont ho hoJoi 10iiioiled
Kpoilol Joi I l lscaise > > pciisfl CUIM w 5 will wi have halo the femulo femulovnipra femulo111f8 fmelioies
vnipra 111f8 oies which have always Ilwa been llln ue used l at ntHayroutli atIIHluth atllireutli
Hayroutli IIHluth But ut weexpected oxpecl that the choir choirVH choirfilm
I VH film 1110 singlnj would l 11 be > o on 01 itnprovp itnprovpniiit IrproV imnproeiniit
niiit 11111 It is I tranfco that the tl > Sorry Irr society MociptyKUdiiUI Iocllt societyhij
KUdiiUI hij 11111 tilmi MP c anything antlllg Itranlo wrong In II their Hinging tllgiug singitign singitigft
n 0 0i
ft i c
I
hf1 tholr w In ibJlotoJba bl1
Tho oWO ttororUo Oory JH JHh it Dol h ho ch9 ch9Rboys erv YIcled YIcledb r
ti iom were er JHl on l hand ani when henfl H Ten RoM Rhodes
b ganher gan her letur lecturo at the new Lycum Lyceum
yesterday YlterlIY Homo 8mo sat Bt in the audience audienc am and andilers
others gthem gthemhtood ilers stood htood at the stago BtUIO entrance on tranc All th thwere the theIoyi3
oYI w who 0 enWrthe entored the theatre wore lUes
tlonO Ofltu by ny thoofcn Urn officers tomo Sonic said that they
were rem messengers relnget others told fibs about abousoured abut
their ieir agl ages an and ono declar declared that he couldnt
81ng sing a not note AI All but two bY8 boys who were werefCr werescored
soured fCr away by b the tm officers ofcers got in Th Thony The Theonl fe feonly
only onl result lul of tReir telr efforts ofort was the te arres arresbefore art artor arrest
or 0 John
W Jhl ltuxnsoy Y manger manager or the now newiVceum
rlcehum iVceum ThEatre for violating Section 292 292o
violtng Scton
o t the e Penl Penal Ce Code Ho WM arraigned arraigneduefore
before rf reIJUtlcHolbroOI8Ittlg JusticeHolbroolcTsltting Justice Holbrook sitting o I as oIagS alagl aMagk aMagktho
trato In the Court Curt of Special Specil Sessions 888101 am amparoled and andpo andCapt
paroled paroledCapt ralcn
po
poCpt Capt Cpt Handy of the te West Wet Fortygeventl Fortygeventlstreet Fortysventhstreet
FortyBventh FortyBventhrtrt
rtrt street station taton applied apple to Magistrate M gltrato Hogan Hogaiin
in n tho West WOt Side court yesterday for a I war warrant warrnt warrant
rant rnt for tho arrest art of yesterar Daniel Frohmon
The Te Magistrate Mgitt wouldnt wouldnt give him such suchwarrant a aart awarrant
warrant art nor would woul he give him authority nuthorltyL
to L go behind the scenes to look at tho boys boysMME bOY8IlilE boysMitER
MME IlilE MELllAS IELBtS CONCERT CONCERTThe CONCER CONCERTe
The Te F Famoll Famous mou Soprano eprano Appe Ap Appears an n With Wih He HeOwn ler lerfhn 11cr 11crOwn
Own Private Concert Company CompanyMmo Cmpny CmpnyMme ConipanyMme
Mme Melba annie to town yesterday yesterdaand yeltrday yeltrdayand yesterdayand
and last Ilt night nlghtsho she gave a concert concrt in InCnoglo InCnogloHal Carnegie CarnegiHall CarnegieHall
Hall Hal with her own private privat concert com company company cornpany
pany Her aids were Klllxon JiMn van Hoose Hoosetenor Hos Hoosetenor
tenor tnor Charles Carles Qilibert Gibert tho exbarytone exbarytoneof exbarytne exbarytneof
of the opera AdaSossoll AdaSI Ada Sassoll nonunion harp harpplayer har harpplayer
player Llowella Llowela Davies pianist and C K KNorth KNorth KNorth
North flute fute A flutist futst Is I absolutely abslutely C8r essen essential essei esseitial ¬
tial t 1 to a Melba concert forwlthout him himthero hi himthere
there could be no Hweet 8wlt Bird Blr and nd no nomad nomad noNmad
mad scene Bno soonon from Lucia And every everyone everyone everyone
one knows that Mine Melba Is wonder wonderfully wonde wonderfu1ly ¬
fully fuly successful su uccesul cesaful In her great geat piece pie The TheLady Te TeLdy TheLady
Lady Ldy or the Flute Fut Player PlayerLast PlayerLast I
Last Lst night Mme Melba had ha extra exta as assistance assistance ¬
sistance from the Philadelphia Pbladelphla Orchestra Orchestrawhich Orchetra Orchetrahlch Orchestrawhich nI
which hlch was wn brought over here on a special specialtrain 8peclaltrain specialtrain
train to appear at this concert concrt Another Anotherdastardly Anotherda8tardly Anotherdastardly
dastardly blow at the union of this cltyl cltylMme cltylMme
Mme Molba elected electe to provide two mad madscenes madscenes
scenes 80ne lost Ilt night nigh one from Lucia ma and andthe andtho andthe
the other from Hamlet She was also alsod alsodwn
d dwn < iwn wn on the programme for the waltz wat song sng a
from Romeo et Juliette Juleto by way of relief reliefThe relef relefTho reliefThe
The soprano was wa in fine fettle fete It I was wasthe wastho wasthe
the last 18tcncert concert of her tour and not nt once oncehad oncehad oncehad
had she Iho disappointed dlRappolnt that exacting exaotlg monster monstertho mon monsterthe ter terIho
the public publc Her volcowas volcewa hi its It very vry best bestpower bt btconditon bestcondition
conditon condition and her tonO tones had their fule8t fule8tpwer fullest fullestpower
power and brilliancy briincy It I is no news that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
pwer the voice olce has hi taken on an edge in those thosediva tee teetCnt thosereent
tCnt reent ycan years Can It b be that tho adorble adorbledim adorable adorablediva
diva has No matter thereis
a a temper theris a abite abie abite
bite bie of acid in some fomo of the tones But aside asidefrom IlSldefrt asidefrom
frt from voice voiceThere voiceThere voiceThere that it is a big brilliant briit dazzling dazzlingvoice dazing dazingvoice dazAlingvoice
There was Homebad Rme some bd bod phrajlng ph lg in the thoLucia thePLucla theLucin
Lucia excerpt excrt but what a cadenza Cez that thatIs thatIs
Is after afer all al The T10 same sro old crescendo crndo trill trillwoke tri trillwoke
woke the echoes ehO and stirred IItlred the thepopllce thepopllceMolm populace populaceMolba populaceMolba
Molba Molm is well WEl worth orth hearing herng in concert concertBo concrt concrtSo concertSo
So is Charles Carle8 Oilibert Olber whoso refined refed art artwas ar artwas
was almost lost 10t on the audience The ThePhiladelphia Te TePhielphia ThePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phielphia Orchestra Orchesra under that safe safeguide efe efeguide safeguide
guide Fritz Fitz School Sheel placed plc to Its It credit crit a aspirited aIIplled aspirited
spirited IIplled and well wel managed but not im impressive 1 IraF ¬
F pressive reesive performance manage of I Beethovens BeethovensLeonore BeethovensLeonoro lhovens lhovensLonore
Jrlve Leonore Lonore prormance No 3 overture overtureLOHEXGRIX oerturefLHE overtureLOHENGRIN
fLHE LOHEXGRIX GRI AT THE OPERA OPERASecond OPERStcond OPERASecond
Second Stcond Performance This Tll Season of nag nagnerM na5nerI Wagncrs >
nerM nerI Tuneful Tuntrll Work WorkDirector WorkDirector ork orkDlrltor
Director Dlrltor Conried continues continue his h cheerful cheerfulround cherful cherfulround cheerfulround
round of repetitions reptiton II at the Metropolitan MetropolitanOpera Metropoltan MetropoltanOpcr MetropolitanOpera
Opera Opcr House Houle and its all al on account accunt of ofParsifalTosca orParslfal ofParsifal
ParsifalTosca Parslfal Parsifal TOca Toeca Alda LaBoheme LaBohemeand LBh La Boh me mean meand
and an Lohengrin Sembrich Smbrlch and Gadski Gadskiwith Oadkl Oadklwith Gadakiwith
with an occasional oWional sprinkling 8prlnklng of Ternina Terninaare Ternln
are filling the waste wate spaces 8pace of the sub subscription 8ub8crlpton subscriptlon ¬
scription flnf nights while whie all al hands hand and the thocook thecok thecook
8crlpton
cook cok as Wth08alol the sailors say are wrestlingwith wrestlingwiththo wretlnlwlth wretlnlwlththe wrestling with withthe
the preparations preparaton for Parsifal Parsifal There Thereis Trei
is i no time to rehearse anything else elseTherefore ele eleThereforo elseTherefore
Therefore let the record of the dying dyingyear dyingyear
rr
year make note that it was wa the turn dyng dyngyear of ofLohengrin oflohengrln ofLohengrin
Lohengrin again agan last Int night It was wasonly WI wasonly
only the second 6fond time for this th one so s let no nodog nodol nodog
dog bark brk The cast cat was wa the same as 8 at atthe atthe atthe
dol the matinee matln e last Ift wek week Mmo Gadski Gadskidespite Oakl Oakldept Gadakidespite
despite the fact that thatyBho he is II announced annouD c for forAlda forAide or orAi
Aide Ai dept a this thi afternoon ateronllg sang Elm El and ad Edjthe EdjtheWalker Eye EyeWalklr EdytheWalker
Walklr Walker repeated repeate her ne vigorous Vgoreu and Un Unimaginative UnImagnathe tinImaginative ¬
imaginative Ortrud Orrud Mr M Kraus KraU was wMthe wMtheLheurn the theLohengrin theLOhent7rifl
Lohengrin Imagnathe Lheurn Mr 1r Bless B the te King Mr lrM Muhl Muhlmann M hl hlmann l lmann
mann the Herald Herad and Mr Van Va Rooy Ry the theJarklingiTeromund thednrklngeramul thednrkilngTetramundIrMott1
dnrklngeramul dnrkilngTetramundIrMott1 JarklingiTeromund te Mr r MotU Mottcndut MottcndutJEW conducted conductedJVJTIF conduotedNEW
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Plans rlal flIed Flm for the th thYorkvl1le Yorkvllle Yorile to Be Built BuiltIn DomIn fluhitin
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Plans Pln8 have been bn filed fle with the Building BuildingBureau Buiding BuidingBureau BuildingBureau
Bureau for a new theatre thetre at 157 to 161 East EastEightysixth Et EtEightyslxth EastEightysixth
Eightysixth street 8tret east et of Lexington Lexingtonavenue Lxington Lxingtonavenue Lexingtonavenue
avenue for the A C 4 H M Hall Hl Realty RealtyCompany Realy RealyCompany RealtyCompany
Company It will wi be b c of brick limestone limestoneand lmestone lmestoneand limestoneand
and terra cotta cota with Ith a balcony balcon and ad gallery galleryand galer galerund galleryand
and will wi be b called CUe < 1 the Yorkville York vi Ie Tne cost costis COtt COttis costis
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A Talk Tlk by b Sydney nosmfeld nosmfeldSydney ROrntrld ROrntrldSydney RosenfeldSydney
Sydney Rosenfeld Rosnfe1d will I deliver drlver an In Informal Inf informal ¬
members of the dramatic dramaticprofession dramaticprofession
f formal raladdrc8s address to dramatc dramatcprofllon
profession and friends of the theatre on onThe onThe onThe
The Urgent Need of the Playhouse Playhous at ntDec attho atthe
the llnhatan Manhattan Theatre 01 on Sunda Sunday night nightDc nightDec
Dec 27 Mr 1r Rosenfeld Rosnfeld has b resigned reigne as ascorresponding a8corresponding ascorresponding
corresponding Dc secretary Beretory of the National NationalArt Natonl NatonlAt NationalArt
At Art Theatre Society SocietyAda SocietyAda eety eetyAda
Ada nrtian Rthan Inherit Inhlrl a Parrot ParrotThe ParrotThe ParrotThe
The will wi filed fe yesterday of William Wiiam Crehan Crehanbrother Crehn Crehnbrother Crehanbrother
brother of 0 Ada Rehan leaves to the ac actress actre88 actress ¬
tress all al his personal perln1 effects efet and Poll Pollh Pol Pollhis
his h pet parrot parot Miss 1M Rehan also gets get one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half of his hl property The remainder is isdivided 18dllded Isdivided
divided between betcn Kate Byron and Hattie HattleRussell Hatie HatieRU8el HattieRussell
RU8el Russell the other sisters sistersHADLEY 818terAI sistersII4DIJW
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loins the hl Colony Colon of Defaulter DefaulterUTICA Dtraulrn DtraulrnUTICA DeraultersUTICA
UTICA Dec Dl 18 18Hadley Hadley Jones JonP the de deaulting defaulting dofaulting
faulting exMayor of Little Tltle Falls Fall has ha again againccn againl againbeen
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l been > > ccn n located in Honduras Hondurt ha rlen
the colony of oflelaulters ofdelaulerH ofmlelaulters
a i prominent place pluc among amonl clony
lelaulters delaulerH at Honduras UonduTI associating locitll with withmch withtuch withsuch
such tuch persons aa 1 W R Vice who as a Pnpifio Pnpifioonst PapiflaCoat Pa ifio ifiooust
Coat oust pnonH paxHOiiKer agent of the Union Pacific Pacificoacl Paclfo Paclforonl Pacifloroad
road ronl alHcondpd a IWSller lndpl with it a big sum Seth Hth Tracy Tracyf Trcy Trcyof
of > f Houston HOllllon Tex C H Tripp of Hartford Hartfordonn Hartord HartordConn HartfordConn
Conn onn F K J Webb ehh of Mobile Mobie and F P PJrown Prown PBrown
Brown rown of Newport Newprt Ky KyHadley I KyIludley
Hadley Jonem JOII though he fluiifiammed fluiifiammedunity fllfmmcll fllfmmcllIln flunfiammediiutiIy
unity Huclt banks and other otwrlltutone institutions in Little Littlealla Litle LitleFalA LittleFalls
Iln Falls alla bnlis Ktill ti hat many malY warm friends in that thatity thlt thltciy thatcity
ciy city FalA ity and it I is II entirely Intrely likely lkely that were werehe werehe
he 10 to return to tho city of which he was wasnce waeon wasonce
on once > nce Mayor MIor matters mate < n would bo b so adjusted adjustedlint ajust adjustedthat
lint ho would escape CCI > e punishment punihment for his hiswholesale hiswholcfle hiswholesale
wholcfle wholesale defalcations defalcationsPRO teaIcntirnisPROF Iefnlcntols
PRO 1111 PROF I SHAIKIt ilit ll WOXT IHIT QUIT QUITIVnrn QUIThrn QUITiitien
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CAMBHIDOK CAM rOK Mass U Dec l 18 lRThe The trouble troublewhich toublo toublowhich troublewhich I
which has been hfn brewing over the rowdy rowdytactics rowdylal rowdytactics
lal tactics II1 of some of tho Harvard students studentswho Itudenlawho studentswho
who attended atende Prof Shalers Shalerl lectures In InJpology inleniogy I IOlology
Jpology 4 1 appears to bo blowing blowlnl over overIH overas
IH the professor Ipparl has mado a positive denial denialllmt denialthnt denialthat
that ho intends withdrawing wihdrwing from his work workt workat
at t Harvard HtirvardWitch
When HarvardWhen HIrd asked today about about the rumors of ofhis orhiM ofhis I
his resignation rfIi natol atke on Jan 1 Prof ShinIer said saidwith 6Uidwih saiditli
with itli emphasis
wih 1 Imlh81IH Imlh81IHI dont take any Interest InlerfHt in what the thopapers thApaptOrs thenaprS
papers paptOrs K say ay about me As to rough lions housing lions111g ¬
ing when lIeti they try that in my courses cQur8 c urees I go gor gofor gofor
for 11 r them mid I generally lneruly come out on top topMinn topWhrm topWhen
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ff1 feel pel ashamed thnnld of himself himlelf I shall 8hal quit the thonwiness thebUHlnoA thelUHifle
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IN THE WORLD OF MUSIC MUSICTHE MUSI MUSITiE MUSIC1TIlE
THE TiE PhILhARMONIC PlLlARUONIO SOCIETY SOCIETYPLAYS SOCETY SOCETYPLAYS SOCIETYPLAYS
PLAYS BRAHMS BRAHMSGustave DnAIUSGUlte BRAHMSGustave
Gustave GUlte Kocel of Frankfort Fanktort Conductthe Conduct Conduetuthe ndocl ndoclthe
the Father for the Second Time Tme an anOeu and andGe andGets
Gets Ge Good BesoltB ReotsLo ResultsLeo Leo Schnlr Scolz Play Playa PII1 PII1a
a New Suite Suie for Cello Clo by b Bruno Oruo Klein KleinWho Klen KlenWo KleinWho
Who Wo can cn tell tn what a winter wintr may my bring brinei bringforth bringforth
i forth Behold Bhold a wonderl The Phil Philharmonic Phnharonic Philharmonic
harmonic haronic fathers rejuvenated and playing playlnfupon plying plyingupn playingupon
upon upn flutes fut and viols vlol oboes obB and bassoons bassoonswith
1 with wit tho vigor of young men rejoicing ii iitheir In Intheir intheir
their youth Nay more mor their intonation intonatiotwas intnton intntonWM intonationwas
was like lie the Sultan Sultn of Sulus joke it was waialmost wasalmost
almost almot good Marry come up but these thesebe theO theOb thesebe
be b red r letter days All this happened happenedbut happene
but yesterday yestray in the third public rehearsal rehearsalat rehearl rehearlat
at Carnegie Caregie Hall whither a I few men and andmany andmy andmany
many my women went to listen litn Mayhap Myhap it itwill Itwi itwill
will wi all occur again at tonights tonlghs repetition repetitionof repetton repettonor
of the programme progrmme in the same sme place placeTo placeTo placeTo
To hope is denied dened none as a Carmen Carmenremarks Carmenremrk Carmenremarks
remarks remrk in Act A II I Gustave Gutaye Kogel of ofFrankfort orFakfor ofFrankfoit
Frankfort Fakfor was wa again aain the th conductor Just Justwhy JU8twhy Justwhy
why Kogel should conduct conduc two concerts concertswhen concrts concrtswhn concertswhen
when whn Weingrner Weingartnor Wood and andothers Bothers are areto areto areto
to have only one each eah does dos not appear appearSome appar apparSme appearSome
Some Sme things ting are ar not to bo b explained expled with without without without ¬
out embarrassment embaament This ThI may mayor or may maynot maynot maynot
not be b one Mr M Kogels second nd programme programmeconsisted pregmme pregmmecnl programmeconsisted
consisted cnl of the C minor symphony syphony of ofBrahms orBrm ofBrahms
Brahms Brm Wagners Eine Ene Faust FaUt overture overtureand overure overureand overtureand
and Liszts Lzt8 Lea L Preludes P ludes The Te soloist soloistof
of the occasion oalon was Leo L Schulz Shulz the first firstcellist firt firtclt firstcellist
cellist clt of the society Blety and ho elected alecod to toproduce t toproduce
produce prdU a suite suie in E by Bruno Bro Oscar 01 Klein Kleina Kein KeinI
a I resident rsident composer cmpr It I la i only fair to torecord torr torecord
record rr the fact fat that this th number nubr was wa not notchosen notcho8n notchosen
chosen cho8n by Mr Kogel KogelIt KogelI
It I was wa in the Brahms Brhm symphony symphoy that tht the theancients theaolenu theancients
aolenu ancients woke up The Te gods did not make makeMr mke mkeMr makeMr
Mr Kogel Kogl poetical ptcal but they did give him himenergy himenergy himenergy
energy He hastens hatens early erly and often ofen and andthere andthere andthere
there were wer places plac in the Brahms symphony symphonyover 8yphony 8yphonyover symphionyoverwhioh
over overwhioh which he rushed rshe with wth merciless mercl0 speed speedBut sp speedBut
But none noe the less his reading rding had ha strength strengthand strengthand trengh trenghand
and understanding uderanding The beautiful butiul third thirdmovement thirdmovement thirdmovement
movement of course was wa quite out Olt of the theken thekcn theken
ken of this conductor He H thought it was wasa WMa wasa
a scherzo 8her20 in disguise dlsgul He rattled rtt it off or of at ata at ata
a pace pce half hal as 8 fast again as alt it ought to have havegone havegone havegone
gone goneBut
But he did not destroy dery the ineffable Inetable beauty beautyof bauty bautyor
of the slow movement moveent It has ha been bn read readwith rad radwith rendwith
with greater grter breadth breath and penetration penetrion but butlet butlet butlet
let that pass pa In the first frst movement moveont Mr MrKogel MrKogel MrKogel
Kogel was wa worthy wrthy of both bth Frankforts FrankfortsHe FrankfortHe
He phrased phra the musio correctly crty and his hisnuancoe hil hisnuances
nuances nuanc were eloquent He was 8 at a times timesintensely tle8 tle8Inlenly timesintensely
intensely Inlenly dramatic drato in his h climactic oUaUo touches touchest tuche
t it i t t ijl t tHis
In the lt last movement he outid outdid hislf hislfHi himself himselfHis
His Hi treatment trtmentorhewnerulltreduclon treatmentofthe of the wonderful Introduction Introductionwaa
was 8 masterly materly and he made mae the whole he move movement move movenient ¬
ment glow with life le and ad power Hatsoff Hatsoffto Hat Hate or off offto
to Mr Kogel of Frankfort Fkor per He demon demonstrated deon deon8tred demonstrated ¬
8tred strated the complete cmplete usefulness Urne of the theeducated theeucat theeducated
educated eucat rout rutler routinler Infer Tho Te Philharmonic Philharmonicfathers Phllaonlo Phllaonlofathel Philharmonicfathers
fathel fathers have not put such sch a sonorous InoreU8 pre precise pr procisc ¬
cise and well wel graduated performance to totheir totheir totheir
cs their credit crit in many guae moons moonsSince mn moonsSince pronlo
Since 81no the gods did not nt make mke Mr Kogel Kogelpoetical Kogelpcotlcal Kogelpoetical
poetical he could culd hardly harly be expected exctl to todo todo todo
do wonders with the Faust overture overtureof
of Wagner He played plye it in an honest honestand honlt honltand honestand
and well wel meaning mening fashion faelon and he even evenmado eyenmo evenmade
made some Bme heated heted spurts 8puS in I the big eros crescendi c eroscendi
cendi mo but on the whole the thing was cold coldand coldand coldand
and the fathers fathen fell into their old paths pathsof
of error backslid bck81d in their intonation Itonaton and andfailed andfaied andfailed
failed faied to dwell dwel together in unity uniy as 8 brethren brethrenshould brethren8hould brethrenshould
should shouldThe 8houldThe shouldThe
The Liszt Lszt number the conductor corductor elected electedto
to play in a hurry Mr Kogels tempi tempialmost tempialmost tomplalmost
almost mako the hearer hearr long for the linger lingering lingerIng lingerlag ¬
ing sweetness IIWltne8 of Moth Mot Lea L Preludes Preludeslias Prelude8ha Preludeshas
has ha parts which ought to be b played fast fastbut falltblt fastbut
but blt to hasten all al of it removes remOVf8 the last lastsemblance laatIemblac lastsemblance
semblance Iemblac of dignity from the work and andleaves audleavel andleaves
leaves leavel poor Liszt hanging limp on the rags ragsof ragllor ragsof
of his 8 torn orchestration orchE8traton Festina lords lenteis I IIs
is a good motto moto for the conductor of this thiswolk thl8wotk thiswok
wok wolkMr wotkMr wokMr
Mr Schulz performed perfonne the Klein suite suitetecnnio suitewith ule uleIth
with Ith apparent enjoyment and with Ith Iufclent Iufclenttohnlc sumcient sumcienttechnic
enoyment
tecnnio tohnlc apprent Of c course I if people r rcello will 1 play playcello
cello 010 solos Rome lome one must compose mUlc mUlcfor musicfor music musicfor
for them Yet nothing is II easier eier compe than not notto notto notto
to compose for the cello clo There Tber i is not a abull nbul abull
bull bul compo market on cello clo music mUlc Nice little littleparlor ltle ltleprlor littleparlor
parlor prlor songs pay much better btter and it is israther I Irther israther
rather rther strange py that tot Mr Klein did not mould mouldhis mouldhl8 mouldhis
his nice nic little lte parlor prlor ideas in that shape shapeOne shap shapeOne
One can cn Imagine however a sweet young
lady cellist clst at a conservatory co ervator commence commencement commenc commencemeat ¬
ment hugging h her dear der little lttle cello against againsther againsther againsther
her dear der little Ittle gng knees knO and playing Mr Kleins Kleinsdear Klelneder Kleinsdear
dear der little ltte suite Hute to the rapturous delight delght of ofall orai ofall
ai all the < other dear little ltle girls in the school schoolother schoolI chooIIt
I It 18 just too fuy fluffy and fether feathery for any anyotber anyother
other use useXEir Ue useNEW
UeOVE
NEW MOVE OVE IN Kinn KIDDWILI4 WILL FWIIT FWIITt IGIT
25 t Heirs Want an Accounting AClonntnl From the theExecutor tht thtfCotorStellaoKhtn theExectitorSleldiighter
Executor ExectitorSleldiighter fCotorStellaoKhtn SteiKlauBhtrr SuIng Siins TOO TOOLawyer TooLwer TooLawyer
Lawyer Lwer Anson AnRn B Cole Cle representing representingtwentyfive rprellentng rprellentngentyflve representingtwontyflvohieirsof
twentyfive twontyflvohieirsof heirs hellof of the thelale late George W V Kidd Kiddmade Klddmae Kiddtends
made mae a motion moton yesterday Ylllera before bfore Surrogate SurrogateThomas Hurr SurrogateThomas ale aleThoma
Thomas Thoma to require ruir M I Morton Garden Gardenetecutor Oaren OarenOouler Gardeneaecutor
of Mr Kidds will to make
etecutor Oouler wi an anaccounting anaunting anaccountiuig
accounting aunting for tho property propery Decision Decisionwas Del810n DecIsionwas
was was 1 reserved reservedMr resred resredIr
Kidd who commodore commodoreof
Mr Ir was once cmmodore cmmodoreor
of the Brooklyn Yacht Yaht Club Cllh and andhivod Jived IIe at at8S3 atR atst3
8S3 R Fifth Fith avenue died in 1901 191 leaving lealn his hisestate hiso hisestate
o estate tate In trust trllt He directed dlrtl > that his hll1idow hll1idowMould widow widowshould widowshould
should have the use of the Ihe Fifth Fith avenue avenuehouse aenuohOUM avenuehouse
house during her life le and nd that she should shouldroccive Ihould Ihouldmcehe shouldreceive
receive the Income Iname from frm 25 per cent of oftlie ofthe
the property propery To his hil stepdaughter stppaughler Grace Omo OmoSioelu GraceI I
he the Income of 5
1 Slocum Sioelu gave per perrent Percent
rent of the property and to his hil twenty twentyfive tent tentfe twentyfive
five natural heirs heln ho gao the Income Incmo of oftho oftho ofthe I
tho fe remaining rmalnln 70 per cent Tho estate estateamounted Mlatomolnled estateimiotinted
amounted molnled to about lbut tl250000 tl250000Mrs 112500 1250000Mrs
Mrs Kidd tried trif to break bre lk the will wi when whenit
it 11 wn Wa was offered orrltd for prol probate > atc early in 1902 1902hut 102 102hut 1902hut
1 hut was unsuccessful unMucOful After Arer the will wi was wasprobated Wl wasirobatel
probated Miss MIR Slocum brought a suit in inequity inequit inCIUitY
equity prohtl In the Supreme Suprmo Court asking nklng that thatthn thattho thatthe
equit the will be < pet Iet aside and that a contract contractmade contrct contrctmade contractmade
out made wl by Mr Kidd Kdd and her mother be b carried carriedShe crred crredout carriedOUAhe
outHhe She alleged alege that Mr Kidd l before > her hermothers hlr hlrmother hermothers
mothers marriageto marageto him agreed agre that her hermother hermothpr hermother
mother would marry him and Ind advance admno him himSOo him
10000 40 000 to help him out of a business bUMlnM dif difficulty diffclly litficullv ¬
SOo ficulty he would adopt his hil stepdaughter stepdaughterand
and fclly leave IO to t the latter Miss MII alepalghtlr alepalghtlrand Slocum Sioum his hisentire hiRenUre hisentire
entire estate This Tla suit has not yet been beendecided ben bendflde heartdecided
decided decidedMiw decidedMiss
dflde Miss MIK Slocums Sloms contention contenton that the lie will willwas 11 willwas
was not valid because bUM of the existence existenceof
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camp fnorou Capo Breton Brton One of the beds bedsmeasures bdH bdHmeUl8 bedsmeasures
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meUl8 also carries and andsilver and1er andsilver
for a a mile mie The To ore or rrriel gold
silver 1er and ad theOovernmenl officers ofors express expresstim exprB expresstliiu
tim opihion that thlt the deposits dfJ081d are ar among amongthe Ilong IlongUIO amonglimo
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explosion exploion as somebody someboy rushed ruhe to the s staton statonad station stationand tailor tailorand
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had been bn killed killedA kied kiedA
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from the box a few minutes mlut before beror the theexplosion theoxplOlon theexplosion
explosion oxplOlon occurred ord but he said he left lefteverything lefteveryhig lefteverything
everyhig everything all al right rght Frank Frk Montagnan Montagnanone
one of the laborers labrers In the park prk was struck struckby Btruckby struckby
by a flying ty beam b and so severely svrly injured injuredthat Injuredtht injuredthat
that tht he will wi probably prbably die He was Wa removed removedto remov
to Lebanon Lebaon Hospital HospitalInvestigation Hopital HopitalInvestfto HospitalInvestigation
Investigation Investfto showed showe later lter that several severalbuildings Iveral Iveralbuiding severalbuildings
buildings buiding in the neighborhood neighborhoo had been beendamaged bn bndame beendamaged
damaged damagedNATIONAL dame dameNATIONAL damagedNATIONAL
NATIONAL SCULPTURE SULPTURE SHOW SHOWBtcvn SHOJfWl SHOWBegan
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Th T The s finh flbexhlblton flfthexhtbltion xhlblton of the National NationalSculpture Natonl NatonlBulptur NationalSculpture
in the exhibition exhibitionrooms exhibitionrooms
Sculpture Bulptur Society Siey began bgan exhibiton exhibitonroom
rooms of the National Natona Arts Art Club 37 3 West WestThirtyfourth WelltThirtyfourth WestThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth street 8trt yesterday yetrday afternoon afternoonThere atrnoon atrnoonThere afternoonThere
There was a a reception repton from 3 oclock oclok to t06 t06with fl flwith 6with
with tea ta and punch for the guests guestsEightysix gultlt guestsEightysix
Eightysix Eightysi pieces pie of sculpture 8culptur were on onexhibition onexhibiton onexhibition
exhibition exhibiton The Te subjects 8ubJets which hlch seemed seemedchiefly slme seemedchiefly
chiefly chlefy to Inspire In8plr the sculptors were classical classicalcharacters calcul calculchaactrs classicalcharacters
characters chaactrs and American Amercn Indians The Theentrance Theentrnce Theentrance
entrance entrnce door dor was flanked fanked by portrait bustof busts bustsor bustsof
of D C French and Miss Mi H amid al there therewere thereerC therewere
were erC a numl numllr number > er of portraits prtrait about the room roomIn rom romIn roomIn
In the exhibit of Charles Chale H Niehaus Niehau is a astriking atrlklng astriking
striking portrait portrit of Joseph J0ph Jefferson JeffersonThere Jeferson JefersonThere JeffersonThere
There was wa a constant contant crowd about abut a brown brownplaster brownplaster brownplaster
plaster reproduction reproducton of the Quadriga at the thoSt theSt theSt
St Louis Lui exposition made by Charles OharlO Al Albert Albert ¬ I
bert Lopez eXplton Six little lte gold and silver l1er bas basreliefs hl hasreliefs
reliefs brt relers Lpz by Janet Scudder Sudder attracted atract a great greatdeal grEatdcal greatical
deal of attention atenton There were nearly nearlya
a dozen statuettes Mtatnete of animals anlalR by A P Proc Prooton Pc Pcton Procton
ton Two sketch model moel figures fgure for the theAster theAtor theAstor
Aster Ator Building Buiding by Massey Khind repre represented repr reproseated ¬
Rented Peter Stuyvesant Stuyvent and De Witt WittClinton Wit WitClnton WIttClinton
Clinton ClintonMultonah ClintonMultonah
Clnton ClntonIultonah
Multonah and the Sun Vow Vo two twobronres twohronzcs twobronzes
bronzes by b H A MacNeil MaNei arouSod arome a good gooddeal gooddeal gooddeal
deal of comment commentThere commentThere commentThere
There was wa the Inevitable Inevitble Bacchante Bchante who wholooked wholoke wholooked
looked loke extremely hilarious hlarlo and ad was wa ac accompanied a accomnpanled ¬
companied compaie by two attendant atendant boy by satyrs satyrsbut satyrsbut aty
but no one was a shocked shoked at her exuberance exuberanceVETERANS exubrance exubrance1ETERlti exuberanceVETERANS
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The Appellate Applat Division Dvion of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Curt decided dldld yesterday ycstery that tht Bartholomew BartholomewDonovan Brthlome BrthlomeDonoVn Bartholomewlonovan
Donovan DonoVn is b not entitled entted to reinstatement reinstatementas reinstmnt reinstmntall
as K I city cty employee employc notwithstanding nohrthstdng that thatthe thlt thltthe thatthe
the Special Spcil Term directed direte the Civil Civl Service ServiceCommissioners Sric ServiceCommissioners
Commissioners CommlBllnen to certify crtlr him for the th place placeof plc plcof
of superintendent IUI1rintendent of bubllc 1uhle baths bathsDonovan bth bathsDonovan 1
Donovan Oonolan who Is II a veteran vetell was WI super superintendent superintendant U p 1 ¬
intendent of the Bureau Burau of Supplies 8upple and andHopalrs andnoplt andRepairs
Repairs Under the Ix 1 Low > w administration administrationthat admln traton tratonthnt
that noplt job wan Wf abolished abllhe and Donovan was wassuspended wa vasmuispended
suspended llllpnded without pay He sued 8Ue to com compel compl cornpet ¬
pet tho commissioners to certify orty him hi as aseligible 1 ateligible
eligible lIlblo pl to cmmionors manage mage the public pUhlo baths hth which whichposition whichpoltlon whichposition
position he contended contenrle was wa of the tht same samegradu samegrrtiu me megmde
gradu and salary 8lary as his previous prevloU job jobJustices jobJUcs jobJustices
Justices JUcs McLaughlin fcLnghln and Van Brunt Bruntin Brnt BrntIl
the he that the mat matter mattpr matter
in Il in I prevailing prealn opinion opiion say tht ¬
ter of Donovan Onomn 8 reappointment reappintment wee W 8 die discretionary dbcrUonan diecretionarv ¬
cretionary crUonan with the commission commiBlon and that thatth thatIhl thattime
Ihl time th decision of the commissioners comml lonrs that that the thujob theoh thejob
job oh applied applt for flr was 1 not of a similar simiar char character oharalier charactor ¬
actor to the old one cannot cnot be b reviewed by bytho b bthe bythe
the courts Justice JIt1c OBrien concurs Cnolrs but butby bl hiltsays
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HIIK says that In view of tIme evidenc evidence prl riroclucod riroclucodly
by Donovan OOllolan the commissioner commJRlonen ought to toreconsider toreconsider
reconsider 11 lder their previous decision decisionJustices dcilon dcilonJUStCl1 decisionJustices
Justices JUStCl1 Lnughlln L ujhln and Patterson Palwnn dissent dissentholding di8senthollli dissentholding
holding hollli that there tber is jl no discretionary 18eretonary power powervested pwer pwereted powervested
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men women and children childrenSOLD chidren chidrenSOLD
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Boston DoRon Shadowed Since nig It Raid RaidBOSTON RaidBOSTON RaidBosToN
BOSTON Mass MaDf Dec 18Secret 18Heret Service Serviceagents Serviceagents eflce eflceagents
agents arrested arOte today toa Dr Fred Jred B Wil Wilson Wi Wilson ¬
son sn a photographer photgrapher living at 81 48 Myrtle Myrtlestreet Myrtlestreet 1rte 1rteIlrlt
street Ilrlt and Dr Edward Fwar BWiggin a printer printerwhose printerwhol printerwhose
whose whol residence rldence is I at 22 Ktaniford Hllnitor street streeton IItreeton streeton
on charges chageor of passing counterfeit countereit bank banknotes banknotO banknotes
notes notO at Nashua Nahua and Manchester lancheter X H HProvidence HPrldence HProvidence
Providence Prldence and ad other New England cities citiesThe citleThe citiesThe
The Government officers ofcei say they have havethe hoothe hiavethe
the prisoners prlnel identified Identfo as the men who whopassed whoJao whopassed
passed Jao spurious Eliot Eiot National Bank ten tendollar tenolar tendollar
dollar olar notes note at Manchester Mancheter yesterday yesterdayand ye8terdaran
and that they have been bn shadowed shadowf con constantly constantly ¬ I IItanty
an
stantly Itanty since 81no two weeks Wlk8 ago tomorrow tomorrowthe tomorw tomorwthe tomorrowthe
the day after atr the counterfeiting cunterfeiting ag raid at atService atRevere atRevere
Revere ad and In New York when the SEcret SEcretSerice SecretService
Service Serice men m n took up this case in earnest earnestmade earnMtThe earnestThe
The agenll agents say y that WiBn Wilson lnd and Wiggin Wigginmae Wigginmade
made mae the notes at the former forlerl s home on onMyrtle onIyrle onMyrtle
Myrtle Iyrle street Itnt by photographing them and andthen andthen andthen
then coloring clorng with wllh pencils pencilsAccording penci pencilsAccording
According Acrlng to the officers ofom the Revere RevereXew Revere1ew RevereNew
New 1ew York gang had nothing to do with wih the themaking themaking themaking
making of the notes notC on the many banks hanksa banksas
as a they said ld two weeks wfekl ago that thn information informationbeing Informationbing informationbeing
being bing given glvorout out at that time in connection connectionwith connpclon connpclonwith connectionwith
with thn arrest arst of John Olifl Davis and hiM con confederates confederates on onfederateH ¬
federates for tho purpose PUr08 of throwing
dust dut in the eyes of Wilson and Wiggin WigglnWilson WigginWilson 1
Wilson Wiln gained gaine the title tte of doctor from fromthe fromthe
the fact fac that he used ufd to practice pracice hypnotism hypnotismThe hypnot8m I
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E Murphy Murh of St Louis Luis Agent Joseph E EMurphy EMurphy
Murphy Murhy of this city olt city Frank Frnk Burke Burkolnd BurkolndLwreuce and andLawrence andLawrence
Lawrence Lwreuce flied Rici of the New York district districtHarry distrc districtltarrr
Harry shal 1ar Waters Barker Brker of Boston and Deputy DputyMar DputyMarIIhal Mar Marshal Martubal ¬
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