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THE SUN FRIDAY DECEMBER DECEMBER25 25 1903 I
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more mor paraphernalia papherUa of slate green grn walls wallsblue wa1Ibluo ala alabhio
Incantation Incantationthan InczuitatIonthan
blue smoke Imoko and exclamatory excllory
than Faust aUI ever had In II his hI salad 8lnd lad days day nl nlthe at atthe atthe
the Paris lal 1ar Grand0p Orand OraudOptruTUEWOMAN OPr ra raTBBWOMAN
TBBWOMAN TBf01IN OF 01 0 THK lI WORK WORKKundrv WORKI WORKKvndrv
I Kundrv the only woman omnn In n the play playIs
Is l Kundr an III I made muddle mudd of Inhumanity Inhumanll who whcnever whoneer whonever
never commands commalda a slnglo Inatant of sym sympathy aympthy ym ympathy ¬
pathy She 811ItrvC strives by bynrvic3 Mirvice H1rvie to atone atole for foiher rorher forher
pthy the thespell thepel thepell
her sins Ilns lns which whch nro ar committed commlto under
spell of Klingtor She has hl neither love lovenor loenorpl lovenor
KlnglT
nor pel passion lon Ovrntmanz tim aged aRc1 knight knightis knightII
is norpl II n wearisome talker He tells tll the story storyof ilry ilryt
t 4 wartme whom whomsoever whomfVr whomoever
of IIH life or any ono eUos elfe life le to
lfe
Tho audience cannot cannotc cannote4Cape
soever fVr will wi listen lten nudlenc
c e4Cape e4CapeVltl cai al > e eWith
With alWith Vltl the exception tCepton of Kltngeor KlnglO and his hisflower hll hlltowtr hisflnwcr
flower girls charming euphemism euphemismtlioo euphexnImI Juphml m mI
I these towtr puppets plppetH lr are shown to UB II In the first firstpoeno fTt firstceno
1 poeno in which hlch the nocit IWlry ne < essary > sary explanations explanationsare explanntolt explanntoltar
Pne
are ar made In long winded wlndc1 Hpewhes pelolll mostly mostlyby IOhty IOhtyhy
by Qurncmam Gurcmanz tentod eeto on a rock rok and re reciting r rc1ln reciting ¬
citing like weary Ifoan olal in Act ct II I of Die DieWalkOre DieWllkOr DioVaiktire
Iko
c1ln
WalkOre WllkOr When lien this thll old graphophone graphophoneromtftoleod grphophoneCme graihophOfleome
romtftoleod ome to lead Pantifal to tho castle of the theGrail theGral timF
F Grail Cme Wagner sorts orll over his hl ts old plans p an8 and andspecifications nnd1lfcutlons andL
L specifications 1lfcutlons Gral nnd selects elet I Siegfrieds B Khlne KhlneJoumoy Jline JlineJourey IthinoJourney
Journey JoumoyBut Jourey JoureyJul
it is I sedate nnd pious piousprogress plout
f But this thl time a lte
Jul tmo
belLs nnd chorals But Butit ut uti
t finishing with chorll
°
progress 1 IO fll hlnl wth
it prg Is one of the fine tn spotHin RplHn the work When Whenthe lien IlonIhe lienthe
the i bells blR are or in tuno tun It Is Imposing Imp lnR Lust Uxstnight Lustnight Lustnight
night the bellsepoke IJel Bpoke honestly Thortcenery Thortceneryclianged Jhlll Ilwscenerychanged ner nerchn
changed chn tlln in an ingenious Ingenloul and an effective efecive pano panorama palo palorama panorarna ¬
rama ramaThen rarnaThen
ramaTlen Then comes the crown crn of the net ac acts and tho thonoblest thooblel theimblest
noblest Tlen Iene sene ene In the work the unveiling unveilingof unwllni unwllnior
of tho Last IASSupper lstSuppr LastSupper
of tho Grail Grl and tho ceremony crmony
Supper Suppr Tills 11s Is not the time tmo for a discus discussion dl dlI iieussion ¬
I sion ion of the tl propriety prprel of putting puttng such matters matterson lUers
on 01 the stage 11010 Suffice Hllc it to Bay flY that tlt hero heroWagner her herWaRIer hereWagrer
Wagner has accomplished nccompl ho ono of the most mosttriumphant mo motI t ttriumphant
triumphant I demonstrations demon trllonR trations of tho majesty majestyof mljty mljtyor
of his organic union of the arts ars tributary tributaryto trbutlry
to the drama drma Music text action aclon scenic scenicform 8nlcform scenicform
form nnd color nil oi work together in an anirresistibly anIreRlllbly anirreMistihly
> irresistibly IreRlllbly potent IJtenl symphony of symbolism symbolismwhich smblim smblimhch symbothmwhich
which no reverent roernt man can hear helr and see seewithout 6 6lhout 500witiout
without hch lhout emotion emolon It makes mDke Parsifal Parsifalalmost Panrlll Panrllla larsIfttlalmost
a almost persuasive persuasiveMEIODIUMA prsu persuasiveMELODRAMA i e elEUJnUJ
MELODRAMA lEUJnUJ INTRUDES INTRUDbS ON ART ARTTlie AT ATTle AWlThe
The Tle second fcold act opens opns with lth the exhibition exhibitionof cxlhilon cxlhilonor
noted He Is ns nsunreal asuruenl
of Kllngeor Klngsor Klin isor as already I Iurol
unreal urol us the lie purple light ht which illumines illuminesKundry iumines iuminesKlnclr illuminesKundr
Kundry Klnclr when he summons her from the thetrapdoor thetrapdoor I Itrpor
trapdoor In the stage st e Sho rise r 3 like llkoMother lke lkeMotler likeMother
Mother trpor Motler Urda l dl in Siegfried Siegfrie Act III IL but butoh lutoh i ioh
oh so different dlerenll Away with wih such chwp chwpand ciioapand I Iand
and paltry plry claptrap captmp as a this thi scene sCnel scenel Poor PoorWagnerho Por PoorSVagnerho I IWajn
Wagnerho Wajn rho had to write it to explain exlin himself himselfand I Iand iand
and in Parsifal lorifal he needed ne ed a lot of explana explanation oxlna explanatlon ¬ I
tion ton Not all al tIle Ellifcs El e8 nor Wolzogorm Wolzogormin Wolzogel
in Itho the world word could blot out the Dniry DMlr Lane Lanestain 1no 1nostalu Lunestalti
stain of this thl one scene sem Even Eln the exclama exclamatory eclam exciamatory ¬ I Itor
tory tor Ha Ia ha hal of the old stage Ilage villain vian is ISlot ISlotspr isnot isnotepared not notspared
spared us usTho usTo usTho
spr Tho To second slcn scene lCne of the te act Is the nmglo nmglogarden maglogarden I Igarden
garden of flower fowEr maidens Ventisbrg lnusbrl No
2 No No1 1 is I much muc better beler both dramatically dramaticallyand drmatcl
and ad musically mWlcalr This Thi ono is i Tannliaeuaer Tannliaeuaerand Tannleur Tannleurad
and ad water and ad very ver poor por water watr at that thatYet tht thtYet I IYet
Yet It is the scene HrM which will i please plele the pop populace PI PIule poputace ¬
ulace ule most mOt because beoaul the flower 10wtr girls glr are aropretly ar arprtty arepretty
pretty prtty and II graceful grcful and ad their inuslo muio Is Islanguorous IsInWJrous I Ilanguorous
languorous InWJrous and ad suggestive uggeth1 of Leo O Delibrs Delibrsraised Dlb Delibesraised
rised raised to the seventh s nth powar powarBut par parBut powarBut
But there tler is nothing human huan in this whole wholescene wholef wholescene
f scene cn Kundrv Kundr unlike unlk unlike Venue does dos not notlove 10t riotlove I Ilove
love the man ma she tempts Venus Velus Is at tim thobottom tlo tlobtom timF
F bottom btom a passionate pslonate despairing despirng woman womanKundry womanKendrij oma I IKvndr
Kundry Kvndr is I the deputed dlputed and bewitched owlchod In Instrument I instrument ¬
strument trment of a Wahnfrled Warrled Cagllostro Cglolro Her Heract Herat Heract
act at Is I that tha of a woman woma of the street stret Her Heronly Heronly I Ionl
only onl excuse is I that tat she does dos not know what whathe wht whatahe i
ahe he la I doing doingShe doig doingShe t tShe
She U I in a trance tm0 We s St see e her put In It Itnd itand
Ud and nd we see so her come cme out of It JAd lAnd And she Is Istransformed l isI I
I tmsrored transformed by the power of the te master masterjuggler mltr masterjuggler
juggler from a rough arugb creature CTatur with wit tangled tangledblack tglld tglldblk tangledI I
I black blk locks loks to k i ft beautiful butful blonde in t a di dipphonoua dlophaol diephanotis
pphonoua ophaol decollete1 decollete1gown d clet gown gownThe gownTe gownThe
The Te symbolism blsm of the whole holo scene fene IB IBweak il isweak I II
I weak wo and unconvincing uncon incng And Ane the logic of ofthe orte ofthe
the te enlightenment enghtenment of Parfifal Par8fal by the long longIdss lon loni longkiss
i kiss Ia with string accompaniment acmpanment see ee Slog Siegfried Slogrre Slegfried ¬
fried rre Act III II is I beyond beyold all al conception conceptionThe concepton conceptonIi
Ii The Te symbolism syboUlm of the te waking wakinl of a sleeping sleepingmaiden sleping sleepingmaiden i it
t maiden mden by the te first frt kiss kus of love is something somethingthat
that tat even a society lady can gather athor But Butthe Butthe ut i iI
I I the te employment employent of a courtesans coure anl salute Mute to toenlighten t toenlighten I IenUghten
enlighten a pure pr fool rol by pity Is I something somethingthat 8methlng
that passes pase understanding understandingLAST undertandng undertandngLT I
LAST LT ACT AC MOSTLY TEDIOtS TEDIOtSThe TEDIUS TEDIUSThe TEtflOtJSThe
The last lBt act at is simply tedious teiOll except excpt in inspots Inspots I
spots Bptl Gurnemon Gurmanz gets more opportunities opportunitiesto oppornltl
to t lecture lectue on Amforla AmforlC and ane Good Goo Friday Fridayand Fidayan Fridayand
and other topics but even with the old of ofWagners ofWages ofWagners
an a
Wagners Wages own on musical mt ical illustrations iu traton he Is Isuninteresting Isunntertng isunintereatiiig
uninteresting unntertng The foot fot washing wal nl is a apitiable 1 1pitable apitiable
pitiable pitable and shocking shoking plagiarism pla larm from the thulife thelife
life of Christ Cwt The picture pictur with its It central centralfigure cntrl cntrlfgu centralfigure
figure fgu bearded long lonl haired haire and white whltorobed whitet whiterobed I
t robed rb like lke the Shepherd of tbo paintings paintingsis pin lng
is 1 too 10 suggestive lugjOtle of the original orinal And Ad it is isall Isa isen
all a so 8 inessential InnUa It is i dragged dr ge in to help helpJustify helpjutly helpjustify
Justify jutly the te title tte Sacred Sred festival fOtvl play playThe ply plye playThe
The e really ry beautiful butul places pla In I the first firstcone firsticons rat ratIne
cone Ine are ar the splendid proclamation ploclmtlon of ofthe orI ofthe
I the Grail Orl theme teme after aCer the thl baptism baptsm of Kundrv Kundrvone Kun KunI
one ne of those tho few bursts bW1ts which recall ren the theWagner theWagor theWagner
I Wagner Wagor of Die WalkUro WllkUroand WalkUroand and the theineffably thellly theti
ti ineffably llly lovely lo ely peaoofulness pafune of tho Good GoodFriday GoodFrday GoodFriday
Friday Frday music muio This indeed Inde is an Inspired Inspiredpage Inspire Inspirejpage
page pge in Wagners agueralr acorn But it was written writtentwentyfive wrlttontwentyfve writtentwentrfive
twentyfive twentyfve years yenls before beor the drama drmn was wasproduced wasprouced wasproduced
produced prouced It I was WU the tht first fmt of the Parsifal Parsifalcore Parifal Parifaler 1arsIfaPscore
core er scoreBut coreBut
But on the whole the scoro Sto Is almost almostono almostono almostone
ono long faint echo ccliq < IO of Wagners ugners greater greaterwork grater graterworkl greaterworks
work workl Siegfried Alegrro vainly anlr strives strivs to animate animatethis anlmle anlmleti animatethis
this ti Parslfalion P I3Ua puppet ruppt of renunciation renunciationwith renunciationwih
with wih the blood blo of 0 his hil themes Cloudlike Cloudlikeihreds Cloulke CloulkeIrca Cloudiikeshreds
shreds of Tristan 1rilan und Isolde I8ldo struggle atrugglt to toput toput toput
Irca put sunset aUlt tints on this thl pallid plld sky 8k All Al Jl is iscopying iscping iscopying
copying cping futile rutie without wthout inspiration Ilpiraton with without wlthout without ¬
out novelty novellya a hotchpotch hatchptch of the old oldmarketable oldmarketablo oldmarketable
marketable materials mltera made over with witliconstructive witht withconstructive
I constructive CDlluctlvo skill skl but without sincerity sincerityTheru slncritv slncritvher sincerityThere
t There her is hardly harly a note of honest artistic artisticconviction nrtlsllcI artistlcconviction
I conviction cnvicton in i the whole thing One is in inclined Inj indllned ¬
j clined eined to think that thft Wagner Wager would not have havebelieved havelUee havebelieved
believed lUee ija I it I himself himselfTho hlll himselfAbe
I Abe ho firil fr 1 scene scne is a weak wol and diluted dilutedrepetition dluled dluledrptliou dilutedrepetition
repetition rptliou of the second scnd scone Bne of the first firstnet trlt trltnt firstact
net nt Ibis his time tie Parsifal Parsifa unveils unveil the Grail GrailThe Grl Grrjji
i The be music muio Is I of necessity nE lty built buit of the same samematerials samemuterals sameI
I materials muterals It I does dOl not achieve its effect effectthis ettt etttthl effectI
I this thl time tme Neither Is i the pictorial im imression imprion tinprtsaion
prion ression as a deep dop We have ha seen 8n it all allcforo nl allt
t
btor before beforeAS cforoAS
AS THE HB WORLD WORL WLL WILL JlDOE JlOE THB UB WOHK WOHKTheso WOI WOIIKThese I
I These Te then are ar the te first ft hasty hlly conclu conclusions concluiiions ¬
cncu cncuNOM
NOM caught oaulht from a public publc performance performanceand prormance prormanceIn performancein
In a cmmon common opera house or Walners Vagnera re r rliglous
1 1 liglous loU tymblcl s1nmbolical opr ethicl ethical phloopl phllosoplilcnl phllosoplilcnlt cll
U t and gilded glded summary smmr of hw hi artistic artlsto creed creedWhen cred credWhln creedlien
When Whln lien this work ork is is played In Bnyreuth Bnyreuthwhere Ilnuthwher linureuttiwhore
where wher churchly chuhly airs ar are ar assumed Mm d and andpeople andI andpeople
people pople garb their spirits in sackcloth and andashes ad andI
I t I 1 ashes h tim impression Imprion 8pirl is II vastly vnqtv different differentBut direrent direrentj differentI
j I But now that tllt Parsifal Pamlra bus 1m come rmo out into intothe Intothe intothe
the light l ht of day and ad faced fac the cold cld glare Ilare of ofthe orthe ofthe
the workday workdy world it mUt must bo b measured measuredto measur1 measur1i
i tl by the nlAtJa artistic standards Iancrd which ar are npplld npplldto applied appliedto
to Wngnor VmLgners other oter dramas dms Weighed in inthe Inf ini
i the balance blanco with Tristan T t1 und Ind Isolde Ifoldr or orany oray orany
any ay of the King Hnl works wor except Ilhlnn 1thinogold Ilhlnngoid lhln lhlngold
gold to t which It Is II artistically urlMtcly not a stran stranger 8trlli 8trlliI atranger ¬
I I ger It must IUt be I found wanting want In Beside BesideTnnnhausor Heldo HeldoTannh BesideI
Tnnnhausor Tannh u widen wl ch trentntho
I r treatltm same 110 topic topicit topicIt
f i it Is n mass la of gUtlerine ltcrln artificialities artiflcialltiosWaitnor artlfcnlll1 artificialitiesVmagnor
Waitnor WOInr was wat wise in wishing wihinl that this thisdrama thisdmmn thisdrama
I t drama sumption surnptionI1ErtII sumptionHETTlilt should Ihould be preserved Prre for or homo hOle con consumption cn cont ¬ I IHumptlon
1 HETTlilt JETWl THAN TiAN BAyREUTHS PRODUCTION PRODUCTIONThe lnODUCloN lnODUCloNThe IRODUCTIoNThe
The production Urductou nt tho Metropolitan MetropolitanOpera MltropoUtanOpr MetropoiltanOpera
Opera Opr House HoU e hint In lt night nigh was a better beter than thanany thnnay thanany
any ay ever given Ien in Bayreuth larelh and superior superiorto
to 1 that tht of any other lyric lyrc drama drma supror sluged slugedin Hlled HlledIn
in this tha country cuntr Mme Cosima COllm Wagner Wagnerought
4 ought humbly humlly to Invite Imltl Messrs Me I Conried ConriedLautentchlaRcr onriedi 61nll nrol nrolIAutenchlJer
i LautentchlaRcr IAutenchlJer and ald Fuchs Fch8 to go o to Bay Bayreuth DuyTuth Bayt ¬
t f reuth Tuth and show Ihow her how to do the t ho thing thln thlnhl
rime hl scenery tnlry was beautiful 1uUrul imposing imposingnnd lno inl
11 nnd illusive ilusive The he mechanical mehanrl effects pfTeclHheavy effectst
I t heavy hevy and complicated comploted us lS they were weroworked wer wereworked I
worked smoothly 1100thl and the llrhtinc lrhtlnl was wasadmirable wagp
admirable an rlle Tho stago Sl o groupings grouping wore ex excellant e oxesilant
p cellant ct and ad the action aion of the choristers choristersand chortr choristerst
t and other accessories well
l otbo A0ore was w wU planned plne plannedL
b
j
S
1 The To gray costumes 0tumes of the Grail Grn knights knlghtiand knightsand
and enquires cfulr ry did not harmonize with wih tho thegeneral thoIenerl thogonorai
general wise Ienerl beautiful beautifulThe bcutful beautifulThe color 0101 schemes shemes but these the were er other otherwise othtr othtrwise otherwise ¬
The TI6 panoramas in the first fTt and third thir acts actfmoved aes aesmov actsmoved
moved mov pnoma properly and were finely fnely painted paintedTho plnto paintedtiie
Tho Oral Grl hall hul was wa spacious and beautiful beautifulThu blnutifulThu beautifulThu
Thu tower totr of Klingtor Klngaor was perfect perfl in con conception conceptolnn eonception ¬
ception ceptolnn and execution exeulon and the ho rose rOO garden gardenwas inrdenWith aren arenWW
was WW a 1 vast Vlt improvement Imprvement on Wagner s sown sownImlrcloblo own ownImpracticable ownimpracticable
Impracticable Imlrcloblo 1dl idea idraIIEALLT ideaREALLY
REALLY IEALLY TEMPTING TEMPING GARDEN GARDE SCENE SCENEWagner SCNE SCNEWngnlr SCENEWagner
Wagner conceived cncehe this thll to bo a garden gardenin
garrn garrnIn
in which whih tho flowers fowIm were women and the thewomen thl thewomen
women flowers foel Hence lenee he had hld huge carl caricatures crl crlCtUT carlaturta ¬
catures CtUT of flowers fowll painted llltll on his hl Hayretith Hayretithscene Iuyreuth IuyreuthIne Itayremithscene
scene Ine and Ind dressed dred the flower fower girls Ilrlln In nbfiurd nbfiurdIxillet nblmrdhn absuniballet
ballet hn I et costumes to make makethlm makethem thorn look like llkoflowers lke lkeIlovC liketioweims
flowers IlovC Mr Conriedn Conrldl production pructon aban abandons nlal mmlxiiidorms ¬
dons donI all al that silly Htr stuff lt I I and presents prNntRa a garden gardenof arden ardenof
of real rlll flowers fowfI and girls girl clad In II owing Iowingcrrri Faren Farenor
drnp crrri dreperies ° r i Furthermore Frhermore tho stilted stltr action actionnow acion acion10W action110w
now 10W taught tnuJh at Bayrouth Bwrouth by Frau Fnl Cosima Cosimais
is not soon Rln here Thu action acion of the girls girlsis Ilrls
is free fre and graceful fTcerul It may my be I added addedhere addr addedImere
here hr also nl o that this thi choir of trained trllll voices voicesKings vole voicessings
Kings tho music much hotter blter than Mine MnuWagners MmlWa MineWagners >
Wagners Wa nerl chorus chorusTlw chonl chorusFlie
Tlw Flie h young women of the flower tower girl girlcoterie girlcoterie Irl Irlcterie
coterie cterie voung acquitted acquite themselves themAhr with wih high highcredit hlhcrl highcredit
credit crl l nnd ppecial FpCill mention renton should Ihould bo made madeof madl madeof
of Mini IA Stroebl 8trohl whose wh01 clear clla soprano tones tonmwore tonl toneswere
wore wer utilized utlzd for tho music luRio of the first ITt solo solopart soloportnne solopartand
part portnne partand nnd Miss I Dolsarta Delsrt Dolsartawhommang who sang Ig the to second secondwilo Hnd secondsolo
solo 110 part pnt The beauty bauty prize prz goes gO to Marcia MarclaVan Maria Mariaan MarciaVan
Van an Dresser DrtwKorn DrSer DrSern
n IWSTUIKn 1CTUIER MAGNIFICENT MAGNIFICNT AS PARSIFAL PARSIFALOf
Of the merits Iprla of the Interpretations Intlrrtation of oftho orthl ofthe
the thl principal prnclpularlls artists little ltle can ca bo b said now nowMine nowII nowMine
Mine II Terninas 1rnlnal Kuniiry Kundr is II a study which whichwill vhlch vhlchwi whichwill
will wi bear close e and extended oxtende examination examinationTim
Tim TIm hl rilo co Is thankless thaklps and outrageously outm eu8lr eu8lrciIcult
inox inoxbistrionle Ine Ineplchle inexplicahie
difficult ciIcult To compose such an
plchle plicahie character comps Is byond beyond the hlghet hlghetblAlrionlo highest highesthistrionic
histrionic
nrt nrtThat nrtThat artThat
That Mine Temina almost Rlmot creates orate an anillusion anillusion
illusion Ilslon of sincerity sin in tho second llond aot is 1 to toher toher toher
her everlasting overLtlg Crt credit ordlt to She Se is l a superb superbartist luprb luprbnrti superbartis
artist nrti and un it is II a pity that her voice olc Is 1 not notIn notI notin
In I better Iler helter condition conditionMr cndition cnditionMr
Mr Burgstallers Durgstalers Partrifal ParRal was WI admirable admirablethroughout admlrhle admlrhlethroughout admirablethroughout
throughout and in the second lecld act at simply simplymagnificent 11lplymogniirnt sbnplyniagnitlcent
magnificent mogniirnt Ho mngnetized mnglolzd the un unpossible l tinpossible
possible pilblo creature cratur Into a somblanco sonbbnc of reality rly rlyo
Of o this thi interpretation InterpfJtatlon more mor will i bo sold soldlater 8ld 8ldLltAr saidlater
later Mr r Van al an Hoar was W a thoroughly thoroughlygood thoroufhly thoroufhlyjood thoroughlygood
good jood Amfartati Amlorlal Mr Uoritz Gortz a good go Klinoor Klinoorand KlngRor KlngRorand K1mnsarand
and Mr r BLum 1a a tolerable Ournemant Gurntl The Theorchestra Theorchellr he heorchestra
orchestra orchellr played ll ed well teU and ad Mr Hertz Herz con conducted cn cnducted conductecl ¬
ducted splendidly splendidlyTHE tp splendidlritE endldl
THE TIE ARTISTS wno MADE IT I GREAT GREATTo GnBATTo ODEATTo
To complete clplele the record rcrd the thl full rul cast Clt Is Isherewith l Isherewith
herewith herwllh given givenKundrr glwl givenEundr
Kundrr Kundr Eundr Sulks Mlea Ternln TernlnParslfil Terlna TerlnaJa TerninsParsifal
Parslfil Ja I AloU Aou Burgsuller BurgsullerAmfortji BurgtaflerVan ur l4ler l4lermlor
Amfortji mlor Anton Van Ilooy IlooyOurnemaut ltoy ItoolGurnemammz
Ournemaut Robert Ulasi UlasiTllurrl UlasiJournet
Tllurrl i nr f Marocl Joumrt JoumrtKllngsor J JournetKI1nsr a
Kllngsor Klnwr Olio Ott Oorllz OorllzSecond OorItzIirstapperancela
nIUI Iirstapperancela IirstapperancelaFirst In merct
First apparnnce Mor MorlM Morem MoremSeond
Second n Ksqulre KsqulreThlnl squlre ir iir Mbs Mbsclara lM Brarndle BrarndleAlbert r
clara Knqulrs Knqulrsfourth P ulre Albert lbrt Reins BclssMr Rrls ReinsFourth
fourth Illrl Esquire EsquireFirst 1 Mr Harden HardenMr
First or pr Knltfai of i the i Grull Gr i Mr i ff Durfr DurfrSecoirl UmretSconI 1
Secoirl O Knlrht Cht of f the t OraltAdo1hBuhimann OraltAdo1hBuhimannA Jrall J u Adolph OI OInOrrr Muthlmnnn MuthlmnnnA
A Voice i Louise I Homer HomerHowrr HomerkIower
Howrr Maidens Mmrj 3mcs Ilrmdorf 1mdort Douton DoutonHrnindlr BUlon BUlonHr UoutonBra
Hrnindlr Hr Bra ndlr We dare Clevlnrrr Cellnrt Curtis CrI DiLsjriA DiLsjriAHtlclflliBch Dd Ddsartalmmiot arIA
11101 lmmiot Forrn Foerunen Fakln tranhifln Gtlen Geieng Hanslnullr HanslnullrH Harris unlike unlikeHIdciiIach
HtlclflliBch H < crlloh lloflmuin lulman Meredith Mer ll Moran Mulford MulfordPatill kuttardPiitI uttord uttordPaul
Patill Paul lUbonjteln I bontdnl Kilobit SchtrUfy Sheby Sctuamm SctuammVurkA icLmrammn icLmrammnSlerdorrer cLUlnm cLUlnmi1trdorfcr
i1trdorfcr Slerdorrer VurkA VurkAConductor Yu url rka rkaCenduetor Stroeuel troebei waiL 11 Will iviltig Yore toru au auurl and andYu
Conductor Cndurtor Alfred AH d Hem Hemstage Her lienslarc
llalc stage larc MB Menolt nnct r Anton Tucbs TucbsTccnnlcRl Fucbsr Fuctsreenniral
TccnnlcRl r c nlrol Director Dirtr CarltAUteiurhlaeger CarltAUteiurhlaegertin Crlutelhlaer CrlutelhlaerIn
tin In clurgoof clllot chargeotali all al the technical ttIn1cai and ad mccbtnl mccbtnlcaleffwts Itlnl Itlnlcl mecinanicateficots
caleffwts caleffwtsTHE cl cateficotsTITE er 1 1TllF
THE TllF AUDIENCE AUDIECF THAT TIAT SAW IT ITHeat ITRlal ITRest
Heat Rlal Music 010 Lovers Mostly MollyDI MostlyDma Drw No NoFeature NoFlatorl NoFeature
Feature FeatureBefore Flatorl FlatorlBfor FeatureBef
Before Bfor Bef re 630 oclock oclok yesterday yeteray afternoon afternoona ateroon ateroona
a thousand toud people pople were wer waiting waitng In I front rrnt of oftho ofthe I
the to Metropolitan etrplln Opera Oper House Hou to t buy ad admission a ¬ I Ite Imission
mission mliln tickets tlckelt They Tey were wer In I front frnt of ofthe ofthe I
I Itbey
the te Broadway entrance entrnc through thrugh which whichthey whichthey
they could reach the ma main door dor to t stand standdownstairs standdownstairs I I
downstairs downtai during durng the hours tho perform performance ¬
ance was W1 to t lost Ilt and more were wer prlorI In front frontof rrnt rrntof frontof
of the doors leading leaing to the upper uppr gaiter galleries gaer gaerIes gaiterlea ¬
ies where wher they could stand In that aerial aerialretreat aria aerialretreat
retreat rtreat at half hal the advanced ad ace price asked askeddownstairs ae askeddownstairs
downstairs downstairsSome downtar downstairsSome
Some Sme early ely arrivals ava hurried hur to t their theirplaces tei theirplaces
places ples In the te stalls sl and boxes bxes as coon 10n a athe u astime
the 110 doors dor were wer opened opne and ad the te standees standeesadmitted standeesadmitted tdls tdlsamte
admitted amte The he long rows rwsolmpt of empty seat seatwelcomed 8t seatsweleomed I Iwkme
welcomed wkme them tem but gradually grauly the te audi audience 001 audionce ¬ I
once enc arrived arive until uti the theatre tbeatr was wa full fullBehind rul fullBehind
Behind Ihlnd the curtain the te scene ne stood sto ready readyfor rady readyfor i iror
for the first frl act al Carl Cal Lautenschlaeger Lautenschlaegerand LuttDhger I Iad
and ad Anton Atn Fuchs Fuch stage managers mneT at the theopera te theopera
opera opr house hou this ti year moved move anxiously anxiouslyabout anxiouly anxioulyabut anxiouslyabout I
about abut the stage talking tallij with itb the elon elontrician ele eletrcian cisctrician
trician trcian nnd chief stage stge carpenter carnlfr Through Throughout TfJugh TfJughout ¬
out these preliminary prlminar minutes mnutes Mr Ccnriedmoved Courted Oned Courtedmoved j jmoved
moved about abut the stage personally PTIaI exam examining ex examinbug ¬ i iInln
ining Inln the arrangement arngemeut of every evry light lght and andeccnio ad adlenlo andecenio
eccnio lenlo detail detailSosen detaUSen detaIlSeven
Seven Sen hours hour later lter the tl auditorium aullrlum cf the theopera U1 U1oper theopera
opera oper house was ws again deserted derto It I wes wesno wasno 8S i
no longer spick lok and anr orderlr or erlr but littered litteredwith Jteo litteredwith
with programmes progrUDme hero her nnd there a flower flowerarid fower foweraid flowerard
arid aid the usual Islml miscellaneous mlUaneus flotsam fotlam in the theshape thl theRhl0 i iwpe
shape of veils eil and gloves Rlove that remain remai from fromevery from fromevery I Ievel
every evel great gEt gathering gatherig in the te theatre thMtre Out Outside ¬ I IBde Iaide
side Bde belated bllte carrlrgee crlge carried crled away their tholrpassengers tber tberpSencer theirpassengers
passengers pSencer The stage 6110 was W dim and most mostof mostor mostof
of the scenery le already aledy hung in Its racks racksabove rack raclsabove
above tho stage stageBECEIPTS stge stgeRECIPS stageRECEIPTS I
RECEIPTS RECIPS 10000 10000It 100 lO000it
It I was wal a 1 wonderful wondeul audience au lec that tht listened listenedto litene 1
to the opera ope That Tat the house hOU8 would wuld be besold be6Id besold
sold 6Id out as 01 the slang of amusements amusementsdescribes Imusmet amusementsdescribes
describes derlbe It was a8 a foregone conclusion conclusionThe cnclusion cnclusionho conclusionrho
The ho financial fnancial receipts foeiptl exceeded exceee any gather gatherIng gaUlerIn gathering
Ing In in tho Metropolitan letrpolwl Opera Oper House HoU ex except except except ¬
cept the performance perornce in honor of Prince PrinceHenry Pince Pinceenl PrinceHenry
Henry enl The Te orchestra orcetr stalls stll and the per persons persn persons ¬
sons sn standing stnding there alone represented repr ete
10000 10 The sale of seats feats in the r rest it l of the thehouse thehoul thehouse
house houl brought brough the the total tot1 receipts rl pts up to
10000 100 The Tie stockholders Itckholders alone had hd the theprivilege Ue Uepriviege theprivilege
privilege priviege of occupying ocuplng their boxes box on this thlaoccasion thi thisoccasion
occasion oceiot without ltlut paying for them themSuch themSUlh themSuch
Such SUlh nn audience has ha never before gath gathered jnth jnthoe gathered ¬
ered In Now X w York at 6 1 oclock oclocl Xot o only onlywas onlvW8S onlywas
oe
was society Icety ciety there 1n in tho to boxes bxI but there therewere thrretCe therewere
were tCe musicians mUicll1 from every eery part of tho thocountry thoountry thecountry
country ountry A party of thirty thity came cme from fromChicago rrm rrmCI1ago fromChicago
Chicago CI1ago From om Boston and New 1ew Haven Havenoarno Hayenone Havenmvune
oarno one delegations deleatons of students studets The ThestnndCs Timestandees I Istandees
standees stnndCs downstairs dOWT t 1 and in tho galleries gallerieswero gslerle gslerlewero gallerieswere
wero young men Den and women mln almost with without witlmout lh lhout
out exception exceptionIt ecptlot
It I was ml only Oi in this tis particular prticllr that the theattendance theatndanco theattendance
attendance atndanco was OS disappointing disppointng It I was wasthought weethought os ostlouRb
thought tlouRb that thatat at lonst 2000 200 2000admission admission admlHlon tickets ticketsentitling ticketseutltug ticketsentitling
entitling eutltug the holders to stand would be besold Lesld besold
sold sld As ASR Asamatterof a matter mattcrof of fact fac the theuiumberdown theuiumberdownstairs number down downstairs dowT dowTstairs
stairs was wa lees le than half hal that figure fgure And Andthe Andthe nd ndtho
the persons persns who ho bought bo M thorn tem were ere young youngprobably roun younglrbblV
probably because becus they alone felt equal equalto eual eualt
to t standing slndln up for such a long lonl time timedrees toeAndreas timeAndrens
Andreas Andrens Dppel Dippel who ho Bng sang ParBal Parsifal nt te tedrci the thedress
dress drci rchoarsil rehorsl cnrl confessed Lst last n night si sihis ght that thathis thathis <
his legs le s Btill sti tlhl ached achf from the necessity nC8lt of ofstanding ortandll ofstanding
standing tandll up ip for more than tn forty fort minutes minutesduring mlnutMdurin minutesduring
during durin the te second nd scene le of the first frst act actYet actYet actYet
Yet there tllre were 500 r OO persons peTn willing wilng to stand standduring Hlundduring standduring
during the entire ntr performance performanceONLY pmorl1 pmorl1OtT
ONLY OtT TWELVE LATE 4TE ARRIVALS ARRIVALSThe AnnlAL AURIVALSThe
The he audience audlenr arrived arhd with uncommon uncommonpromptitude uncommonprompttu uncommonpronlptituie
promptitude It I had been hen made mlde clear clearthat cleariiutt
prompttu
cear cearthat
that no person perRM would bo 11 allowed nlowr to take taketheir tnketheir taketheir
their seats 111 after nfer the lights Ighls hnd been turned turnedout turlwr turnedout
out out Chief Uoher U her Bull Dul said that tt ho would wouldmake wouldmake ruld ruldrakl
make rakl an effort efort to enforce enorC this rule al although iiithough ¬
rue a
though tlouJh the ushers uhers have no power to 1 stop stopa
a ticketholder tcketholder who tbo wants to get gt to his hi seat seatYesterday lot lotY seatYestorday
Yesterday Y < tcrday it was WI unnecessary uunliy At ten tenminutes tn tnmlnlte teninitiates
minutes mlnlte before 5 tho trumpeters tnJmptors played playedthe playe playedtime
the Abcntlmahl Abncmahl throughout throu hout the theatre theatreAt thelte thelteAt
At 5 oclock sharp Illrp tho lights Ih hl were turned turno out outIn outIn outin
In the auditorium uditrum end Ind then illuminated illuminatedagain lun Illuminatedagain nnte
again At 510 ll0 oclock ocolt they tley wore lowered loweredngiiln lowelol loweredagain
again aJlin ngnll and the prelude began bgal at 511 1 l I oclock oclockOnly oelol oelol01lv oclockOnly
Only 01lv twelve orchestra orchc orchestaseats a seats 1 were then un unoccupied uno Unoccupied ¬
o occupied io The parterre partere boxes boxe wore full fullTlin rul fullThe
The TIl Into Ilte arrivals nival who wo were only ony a few fewminutes rewmlnute fewminutes
mlnute minutes behind time tme were ee allowed aowe to take taketheir tuketheir taketheir
their place Illne Parsifalaccomplished PttiraacmpI hed more morelimn morethln morethan
limn thln any an any opera ever before sung lung in Uio UioMetropolitan tlO tlOMelropolt thoMetropolitan
Melropolt Metropolitan opra Opera Opr House Houl It I got the thenudicpce thendlepc theaudiepce
nudicpce ndlepc there on time timoUIQII timeflieR
tlr tmo tmoUIGU
flieR DRESSES AND n HATS IATS THE TIB UCLa IICLXHow Rt UCLaHow
How was w the tIO audience audienc dressed drlo Apart Apartfrom Aplrt Aplrtrrom Apartfrom
from from the occupants OUpanl of the parterre boxes boxesTo hoxe
10 Carr a Cold ntd In II On Onf One Day Dayake ba1Take Di DiTake
Take ake Laiatlve LIIe Brorcn Irrn Quinine Tablet Tablel All A drill 4 dyuiglats r rC1
glats 1 U refund rfnd tho 1 money lune11r If It I tail lal la t cure cur E w wraveaalrnaiun WW WOxen
C1 Oxen W raveaalrnaiun > II ar signaiges ll Upatica I ta 01 on each el box L Sic lSc45 lSc45t Att
l t
the to gathering gtherrRhad had no 10 distinctly dlstnct wclacliaracter social socialcharacter
character chantpr It was made up to a gfeatei gfeateidegree greter greterde gteaterdegree
degree de than most mot audiences audlenc mo of music Jo lovorl lovers loverswho von vonwho
who had come come to tOOlIt assist at what they tley hat hatrecognized liedrecognized
recognized regnlU as a great musical musicl event eventThere eventTlr eventThere
There Tlr were wer some low cut gowns gOD In tin tinorchestra theorhetra timeorchestra
orchestra orhetra neat I1 and in tho draw dr circle circleOne cirle cirleOne circleOne
One saw fW a 1 few reI in II the grand tier ter boxes boxesBut bXO boxesBut
But the audience nudllno might have hlve gathered gathoretfor gatheredfor
for an ordinary Saturday Ituray matinee to judge judgtfrom judgefrom judgefrom
matn
from the thl appearance of the parterre boxes boxesMM IJC boxesMrs
MM Mr Vamlerbilt nptamnc rrtere black and
aderblt came om6 in II won wona worea
a hat Mrs 11 Cornelius Corllu Vanderbilt Yanderbl WBJ WBJdressed WI wudressed
dressed drld in the same sro color clor and so tO was Wi Mrs MrsI MrsJohn m mI
I John Jacob Jacb Aster Altor Mrs MO Herman Hlrran Leroy LcrojI Lroy
I Knunet wore or a dark blue walking costume costumennd ctro ctroI costumeand
and nndMr Mrs Philip PhiIp Lydig came Iti a dress drl o ocream or orcrpam ofcream
I cream colored clord loco locoTho laC laceTime
Tho operatic contingent in the grand tier tierboxes tlr tlrboxM tierboxes
I boxes oprtc followed folowe cntnglnt the be same 81 fashion rOhlon Mme MmeScmbrlch MmeSrbrlch MineSemnbrich
Scmbrlch Srbrlch wore oro white whie velvet vlhet n white whlo hat halnnd hatand hatanti
and a mound of snblos Mblo to which she Ehe clung clunfassiduously clungalldlou clungassiduously
assiduously alldlou ly oven when the temperature temperaturesoared tempemtur temperaturesoared
soared Into the ninetIes Mine Oadsk Oadskwas Gadkl Gadklwnl Gadakiwas
was wnl 8nr also al8 In white whie tinder nlnetl a wealth wlnlh of ostrich ostriclplumes ostrichplumC ostrichplumes
plumes plumC She departed after the flint flt act aclto nctto actto
to sins Iin In u I private deprte pr ate performance prforlanc at th thIn the theFrundlchaf theFreundschaft <
Frundlchaf Freundschaft Club Miss i FrlMtnd Frematad co coIn carno carnoin
In black and wore a hat hat1he
The operatlo opertlo husbnnd headed head by tho thodenn thodran ho hodean
dean of tho faculty rlculy Prof Irr Stengel took to tofull toful tofull
full ful evening vnilg dre drf dress fl So S did Herr Tauncher TauncherKrauss TauRherGadkl Tauscherhidakl
Gadkl hidakl and Sidney Homer Jesr Messes DlrPel DlrPelKru8 Dippl Dipplhrauss
Krauss Kru8 Flancon Plal Plan on n and the other men of 0 the thecompany theompnny thecompany
company ompnny began gan the evening elenlg and finished finishedit
it in this th1 costume costumeBUSINESS cRtumo cRtumoDUSISESB costumeIhUSINESS
BUSINESS SUITS SUIT IN TUB PARTERRE PARTERREEvening rAITERRE rAITERREEvening PSIITERREEvening
Evening dress was wa the rule of the theorchestra theorchCtra theorchestra
orchestra orchCtra staLLs etai for most mO t of the men and andthe andtho andthe
the only onl exception excpton to this below blow tho galleries gallerieswas
was W found In the parterre boxes There Thereall Thereal Thereall
all al varieties varietes of afternoon arteroon prerre dress drpili from frock frockcoats frck frckoatR frockcoats
coats oatR to colored olored business bUMlnC suits Ull were seen seenThat seenThat en enThat
That was M probably intended to serve lero leroI as asH asa
H I symbol symbl 01 0 of rrbabl the subscribers subsrlom boxes bXC in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the mon have presumably preiumnblr plenty pielty of leisure leisureThey leiure leiureThoy leisureThey
They changed clngo their thelr dress dfs during the inter intermission Inlerml limiermission ¬
mission ml Rlon and ala tho horse shoo urng was spangled spangledwith spagle spangledwIth
with tho customary cWt mary subscription subolptlon night nightshirt nllht nllhtRhi nightshirt
shirt Rhi fronts rrnts That hat fashion rlhlon won adopted adoptedin adoptedIna adoptedluma
in Ina a measure meure in the Opera OperaClub Club box bx to which whichIn whichldles whichladies
ldles ladies were adite admitted admittedIn
In the parterre partr boxes bxe there tor was W no change changeof
of dress dl on the part of the women much muchto
to the surprise surrle t of the audience which hnd hndnot hndnot hadnot
not believed bUeve it possible Ile that during the theevening thee theevening
evening e enl hours hats hal pEelble and hichnccked hlahnecke dresses dresseswould dl dresseswould
would again agai appear in tilts III exclusive fxcutlvl part partof partof
of the te theatre theatreBUTFET UIMt UmeatreBUPFET appa
BUTFET BUF DiNNER IN T THE Tim F FOYER FOYERTfce FOTRRTe TOTERThe
The Te first fTt act closed at He teen seven von minutes minutesbefore mlu minutesbefore U
before for 7 oclock ocok cOe the scheduled choulM hour The Thedinner Te Tedinner Thedinner
dinner problem prliem was wa thus tlu solved 10lvO with wih even evenI eVIn evenless I Ita
I lens than ta the expected difficulty dllcultv A buffet lufet buffetdinner I Idiner
1 dinner diner lacking laddlg expt only 001 the aid and nd comfort comfortof cmort I Iof
of alcoholic alcoholo stimulant was served In the thefoyer1 Le Lefoyor thefoyom
foyer1 foyor to more mor than thnl seven RVln hundred hundre personsIt persons personsIt
jTon jTonIt
It was WI served moreover roreVlr to t the te satisfaction satfefactionof Itraoton Itraotonor
ser
of all al the diners dlnen who were wer occupied ocupie less lewsthan IC lessthan
than tan half nn a hour hou in getting glttn gettingall all al they thlY wanted wantedThere want wantTher wantedThere
There Ther wun WI j5 little ltle delay dellY in getting jetlng to t car carriages rr rrr carriageti ¬
riages r E nnd persons who returned rturle to their theirhomes thf1 theirhomes
hom homes for dinner JnOJ or went ent to t the restaurants restaurantsin rturt
in the neighborhood neighbrho had ample time tme Tables Tablesliad Table Tableshad
had ha bevn ll secured bfCurf at Hectors lwctrH the te Beaux BoauxArts Beux BeuxArl BeauxArts
Arts Arl and Brownett roleh long in advance IdVIOI and a In Inn t inmany
1 l in Alt Altarrival
n awaiting the thearhal thearrival
many CM cases tle time soup wal was IWII ng
arrival arhal of the Ile diner dinerSOME dlnel dinersSOME
SOME STANDEES IIKOUCIUT DIOUOIT LUNCH LUNCHOnly LUNO LUNChOnly
Only Onl for about abut forty minutes mlnutls was u the themain to toman themain
main man door dor deserted dlrpd By ly 8 oclock ocock the theaudience theaudence theaudience
audience audence had begun to t return rt m to 1 tho theatre theatreSome thentreSIO theatreSoiiio
Some SIO of the frugal frRal standees Itlldod in the par parquet parQuet parquet ¬
quet had brought lunch with them and andnibbled ad adnibble andnibbled
nibbled nibble sandwiches broufht sitting slttij contentedly contentedlyon cntenty cntentyon
on the thE floor floorAt for forAt floorAt
At twenty tWlnty minutes to t 9 the trumpeters trumpetersplayed trpeter trumpetersplayed
played the Grail Grl motive molve to t announce announcethe anounce anouncethe announcetime
the beginning Uitlng of the second send act nt At thir thirteen tblr thirteen ¬
teen ten minutes minut to 0 the second nd act nt began beuanTho b beganrho an
Tho Te audience was wn again oaln In its place plae in nrn6 nrn6to tlm6to
to hear the
1 he prelude preludeOPEKA prlude preludeOPERA
OPERA DIRECTORS DREOM THANR TANI COKKIKD COKKIKDThe COtIRD CONEIItOThe
The Tle Conned Opera Opr Company Ompay nupany passed pd this thlaresolution thisresolution
resolution roluton yesterday restrlY at a special spci1 meeting meetingcalled meetig meetingcalled
called cUed for the purpose purposeItonlted purpOo purposeIttsnlred I
Itonlted If8frtd That lhi the board L ord of directors dlrectclf take takeitla taketloJ taketile
tile tloJ occasion to put on record their apprecia appreciation apprpcln apprpclntCI appreolaticn ¬
tion tCI of et Mr Ir Ifdnrlch 1flnrlch Conrieds COlrlll untiring Ultrlnl effort effortdurinsr ptoru effortsduring
during durlll the tl poet ilt LtSL jeur lur of prepnrntlonland prefnrntonlsnd their theiradmiration thClr thClradnlruton theiradmiration I
admiration adnlruton for his splendid sp1nld executive extve and andartistic andurt andartistic
artistic urt to ability abiity In II tho presentation pre ntlon of grand grandop iand grandopera
op opera ra In I 1ew Now ew York They 11W al ale n wish wl h to t ex exprees ex1r6S express
press opra their entire ntre sympathy fympatly nnS nl zumm hearty sup support support suppoit ¬ j
1r6S
port in his production prQductlol of 1urnlfnl which whichpuu whichpul whichputs
puts pul before brC tho lie music Invent 10111 of this country countryso countryI
so I work worthy worth n I presentation prPpntton of Wdgnrr8 great irrwitwork greatwork tnt
I
PRIESTlY PIUETI1 OPINION ABU ACT AC I IIn II In
In I n spite ll of tho to announcement AIt0UtCmlnt that tt the thepublic te tepublo thepublic
public publo might applaud if I it cared clrdto to there therewas thfr therewas
was a little ltlA demonstration demonstrtion after Arer tho first frt act actTho act actTho
Tho scattered scatterd applause appll1l mingled milgld with withhishcs withhisses vlthhl8s
hisses hl8s Intended Inteldl for the daring npplaudcrs npplaudcrswas appluden
was Wa not 10t sufficient sulclent to part > ar mime curtains curtainsIt curlis curlisI
It I was not intended Itended however 10Welr that the thoartists thearLsts theartists
artists arLsts should appear appar before bdor tho curtain curtainunder curin curinwder curtainunder
under any all circumfctancfs circumfctancfsFather cireuUhtarlC5 circunietaTmcsFather I
Father Day Doyle to of the tht Patilist PnUst Fathers FathlT was wasatikcd WIS WISIkd wasaehmd
atikcd performance perfornuitcoSo Ikd after nlr the first fnt act his hl opiuion of the tlieperfornuitco 110 theperformance I
prlortc So far an I have 1y soon fQ Parsifnl PaTlrnl he an answered a anewerect ¬
swered sWlrd It is devoutly dovoutr reverent reverentSTOBU rwrnt reverentSTORM I ISTonM
STORM OF ENTUUBIASM Et118IBM AFTER AEI ACT AC II IIAfter nArter itAfter
After tho close cloEI of the second 6orll act ac which whichcatne whichcme whichcaine
catne cme at 10 oclock the audience audienc burst burstinto burt burtInto burstlnt
into lnt a storm stor of oco applause apploUe that was wa wa not to be besatisfied b besatisfied
satisfied Mtlfe until nnti the rule ro was af broken brolcl and ad the theartists theartists I Inrtsti
artists nrtsti appeared appared before bror time curtain ciittuinMmo curtulnMmo curtainMmo
Mmo lemma erln and M BurRstallcr Uurgataler bowed bowedand bwe I Iand
and smiled 8mled In response respolH to three recalls ntallsThen Toals ToalsThen recallsThen
Then they brought out Otto Oto iorltz Oorlz Tho Thoapplause Thoapplau Theapplause
applause applau continued cntinued until unti the two principals principalsbrought prncpal principalsbrought
brought out Carl LautenBchlaoger LutenBchlaoger who whobuit whobuilt
built buit the new stage and an made tho mechani mechanical mehani mehanic ¬
ataie
cal contrivances contrlvunc for the th 0 opera opor and Anton AntonFuchs Antonuclms
c Fuchs luchs who ho produced prouced it itCOMIIED itCOJtED itCONILIED
COMIIED COJtED CALLED CAJLD OUT OUTThen OUTTh OUTThen
Then Th n there was W more applause until untiland ultl untilMine
Mine Tlmina Ternina ap appeared r witl with Afr Alfred Hertz Hertzho Hertzwho
who ho ha had prelmre prepared the Bingerad singers and orch orchestra orchestraand tr
and ad conducted cnduct the performance last lu > t night nightHe nightHe nightHe
He was wa received relvod with Ith pronnanco particular partcuar cordiality cordialityBefore ordlty ordltyBIrore cordialityBefore
Before BIrore he retired rtiro from fron view vie the tl1 second secondtime lcond lcondtime secondtime
time there therl wore cries of Conriedl Conrlel from fromall fromni from fromall
all ni parts of the hOe cre The noise kept up upami upan upanti
ami an anti rar there thArf were wlre clove 1010 cries crie for tho new newimpresario nEw nEwImprerlo nowimpresario
impresario Imprerlo Finally naly he hI marched marcho in sol soldierly 101 101derly soldleriy ¬
dierly derly fashion f hlon to the centre entr of the stage stagebowed slaebowed stagebowed
bowed solemnly lolemnly and retired rtlr behind bhind the thored there timerod
red re curtains cutlns to a whirlwind whlrldnd of applause applauseOn
On the stage ItllO there wan the same sro en enthusiasm enthusi enthusiasm ¬
thusi thusiasm m among AmOn the singers singersOPINIONS slngr singersOPINIONS
OPINIONS OF THE TlE BINDERS BINDERSIt
It must have hle been a splendid per performance perrormanc performnanco ¬
formance rormanc Mme Tcrnlna rlna said to t THE IE Suv Suvreporter Su Surepotor UN UNreportr
reporter reportr for we have halI all Iltded tried to t do tho ut utmoit lt ltmot utmost
mot that wo could to do justice jUBtce to the spirit uplritof
of the opera olr Mr lr Courted ban hO 110 left nothing nothingundone not nothilnundone ririt riritor Ilnl
undone to perform the work as a It should shouldbo Ihould simoul simoulbe
bo be given glvenund mind I think that every eel artist nrtl t and andevery andeer andevery I
every eer person prlon in the ixtrfomiance has hI felt felthis relthi feltimis
his hi responsibility rnsponilUty to 1 bring brlR Parsifal Pnlfal to t the thoNew theNow j jew
New ew York public puble in its itmo most t perfect prfoctonn form formThe forumTime
The other artists Irtti agreed with Ith the senti sentiment slnt sentimont ¬ I
agree
ment that the representative nprientt1o of Kundrv KuntiryexpresHod Kundrvexpro Kundrvexpressed
expressed expro Knift Er t KrausH KrauF who has hl sung sungat iung sungat
at Hayreutli and Imo Gadski Gadikl ladski who ho has also alsoappeared a alsoappeared o oaJpllro I
appeared there thlr agreed a rP that in many man par particulars partmcuiars
aJpllro ticulars tculan the performance peronnnlc of ParBlfal ParBlfalwax PaIUal Jar Jartculan
wax wno e equal < iual to t the representations rprRenttonl at ntBayreuth atJayreuth atBayreutii I
Bayreuth Jayreuth and superior suprior to them in inotherw Inother inothers
others other Mme Sembrich Srhrleh who ho has hI heard heardmany head headmany heardmany
many performances perforancM of Pnrxlfnl larlnl there theresaid theresd theresaid
said sd that thlt Mr Ir Conned Conrir had hnr surpassed surplsl Bay Bayreuth Bayreuth Bayretmth ¬
reuth in alinont arOt ever eveI every particular particularLACRKL plticular plticularLtRPL particularLACUEI
LACRKL LtRPL WBEATH WnATI TO THE IMPRESARIO IMPRESARIOMr IMPIRSARIO IMPIRSARIOMr
Mr Conned CnriN heard hlr theco th compliments complimentsand Cmlments Cmlmentsand
and wild rld that he was wa more thankful for the themanner themanner themaimer
manner in which the audience ludlpno had received receivedthe TCln receIvedthe
the work than tba anything althlng else el The direc directors dlrlc dlrlctOI directore ¬ I
tore tOI of the te Conned Conrlld Opera Company Compny pre presented pr prosented ¬
sented fcnte to the impresario imprarlo a wreath of laurel laurelleaves laurl laurlleaVH laurelleaves
leaves leaVH and American Americn Watitr 1111 ruse ro t It Itwas I Itwas
was wal five fe feet fcrt in il diameter dimetfl the he audience audienceindorsed aldlenO audIenceindorsed
indorsed Indolol the sentiment Intmlnt and ald it was wa the con consenfiUH cn cnHeru consensumi
senfiUH Heru > of opinion on all 01 ll sides Ide that whim whiloIt whiG whiGIt whimit
It was wa a great nlt night ni ht for Parsifal JamUol it was wasalso wasalso tM tMalo
also alo a 1 great Ireat night IIRht for the new lew impresario iraprearlocnoin Impre impresarioClIfIIZ arlo arloCIOIR
cnoin CIOIR jors 11 SAG AFTER ALL ALLPollor AL ALPollee Ul UlPoll
Pollor Poll In Inlnt7lor InqulrItoreanieArouml < iil7ltor CameArnnml amI Aroond to IUI7 101 nlr but butHe butII buthi
He II Didnt Icnt Ort rt In InTlie II IiiThe
The Tle I 1J boys > oy8 of the th Calvary Qhurch humrcim urch choir choirpans choirRnn choirsang
pans Rnn after ater all 01 in II the Gntil temple scenes scenesThey scenesTimey Cent
They he had appeared appeard at the dress drlH rehearsal rehearsalbut rheaTl rheaTlbut rehearsalbut
but that was W a secret Knt not lot revealed vealId Yes Yesterday Ye Yeaterday
terday treay Mr Conned Conrt had them thln taken to t the thetheatre thetheatr thetheatre
theatre theatr at noon nool They Tley remained rllalned there thereall therea thereall
all a day having havig their meals meDII there and en enjoying pnJoylnj enjoying
Joylnj joying the lark almost nmost as 11 much Inlch as l their theirmanager tholrmanaer theirmanager
manaer manager who hnd defeated dlfeate the attempt attemptof atmpt atmptof
of time tm Gerry Gerr society cely to prevent their par participation partcipaion participation ¬
tcipaion ticipation In i the performance performanceAt prorauce prorauceAt
At 8 I oclock Inspector ITlpetor Walsh Wali arrived arved at atMr atIr atMr
Mr Ir Conrieds Cnrlds office officeI omc
I want at to t look lok through thrugh the to theatre theatrehe thetr theatrehe
he Mid lld to t find fnd out if I it U i really raly true tre that thatthe thatte thatthe
the choir concealed here hereHave herejiavo
already
te boys b8 are a aray rneae her
Have March asked askedMr askedMr
warrant
la e you a lach warnt Ike
M Mr Conned ConriedTho Conred ConredT ConnedThe
The T mspeotormdmltted tpor ttd that tt he had h not no not1
andtheboys ad sndtho to b bo remained rledtllgMrCon rledtllgMrConrle toeing Mr MrCon MrConned Con Conrled
ned rle says sy that they will wi continue cntiue eon tinue to t appear appeaat appr apprat appearat
at the subsequent subuent performances promac Walsh Walslliad Walh Walhhad Walshhad
had failed raied to get a search sh searchwarrmmntinjeffer searchwarrmmntinjefferson warrant walt In InJorer InJorerson Joffer Jofferson
son Market police polc court curt curtr
1 knew kew when I proposed propd to produce produaParsifal produceParsifai
Parsifal Pmlal here her Mr lr Conned said 81d to Tin TinSUN TUBSU TintSUN
SUN SU reporter that tat It t would draw dw such sticlaudiences suchnudlenc ticii ticiiaudiences
audiences nudlenc rprer and Ildlntert Interest the public publc as 1 much muclas muchas
as 1 it lies hal I Intended Itended to do It whatever whatovoitho wh whatevertime nr nrtho
tho opposition oppoiton might be 0 I will wl keep kop nl nlmv al all allmy
mv promises pror to my directors dlrotol anti ad the te public publicas publc
as I have this one oneTll oneThis If
1 tbi
This was the police version of the Incldent Incl Inc mcident
dent det Tll as given RIe ai te by IJlc C Capt pt Burfiend 1ufend of the to Ten Tenderloln Te Tenderloin
derloln dtrloin station last lalt night nightHe nljht nightHe
He 10 went ilton up to the opera oper house hou just ju t before befonthe beore beorete beforethe
the beginning begining of the performance and asked asHodMr askedMr
te perorlanc
of Mr Jr te the Conned Conrlc law lawNone lawNOM lawNone if Itere there was WIS to bo any violation violationof violaton violatonor
None whatever Burflend said Ild conned Conriedanswered Cne connedanswered
Buend
whtever
answered We Ve have hle substituted subsltut female femalevoices femaleoIC femalemould
voices voicesI
the oIC I should Ihoud mould llko Iko to 1 take tko a look behind behindthe beind beindte behindthe
theHe te He was w interrupted with it a most mOt expressive expressivemanagerial expreivemanagerial
managerial mnngrll 1e lntrpt shrug hrg OH I Mr Il Courted Conrle said eaidaccording taid taidaeorlg saidaccording
according to t Burfeind BurfeindYou BurfeindOoo
aeorlg 0 Ooo InlJolble bnpoossible my dlr dear cptin cptinYou captain captainYou
You cant Imagine how terribly trribly the to place placeIs
Is I lumbered lumbr ct Ilne up behind bhid there tlr Really ReallyIm Raly RalyIm ReallyIm
Im glad gl to do anything aythig to accommodate accommodateyou aeomoat
Im
you but butyoul butyouli youll have 1111 to take lke my word wordIn wor wordIn
In thIs case caseTlie caeelime
lime thi captain Cle Cle1e told reporters that tlt he he thought thoughtIt
It 1e would be tactless laclC1 reprtr to press pT the matter matterSo matterS matterSo
I
So ho withdrew but sent Int one of his hl uni uniformed u urda urdaformed ¬
S formed rore wthdrow men to guard the stage entrance entranceon entrnce entrnceon
on Fortieth lorleth street trt Kr Needless Neolps to say not a asingle asllle asingle
single boy was seen to enter enterLater fnter fnterLer enterLater
by WI sn
sllle Later the captain said ld he made mde his hi way warinto wayIno wayinto
into Ino Ler the auditorium audiorium and ad listened lileD > with wth his hisown h1 hisown
own ears to the he angelic angelo choir He thought thoughtIt
It ownea was very t fine fne te but dn I > save 8ve his life lfe he could couldnot coUd coUdnot couldnot
not 1 tell tel ver whether the voices volc emanated emDt from fromwomen rrm rrmwomen fromwomen
women or boys And Ad seeing scehi ig no agents agentsof aentl aentlot
by around he decided decidedto
of the Gerry Gr society siety aud deide
to quit quitLITTLE quitLITTLE
LITTLE LTTLE quitLTTLE CONFUSION CONFUSIX OUTSIDE OUTSIDEOne OUTSIDEOnl
One Onl Scrap Strp Headed Illco Off OII OffIt It Was Over the theClothe tbe10the theClothes
Clothe 10the question questionThose CIUUtOD CIUUtODThos questionThose
Those Thos who expected exptd that tht the first fr per performance pr prrormanc performance ¬
formance rormanc of Parsifal Parifal would be the occa occasion oc ocslol oocasioim ¬
sion slol of a riot in front frnt of the Metropolitan MetropolitanI letropUtan letropUtanOpr MetropolitanOpera
rot
Opera House before the beginning of the theperfonnance theprrornce theperformance
I Opr HOls bror te bjlnnnl
performance prrornce In the afternoon aferon and during duringthe durng durngthe duringthe
the hour and a half hl Intermission Interslon were weregreatly wer wergrty weregreatly
greatly disappointed tlsplnto There Ter was neither neithermore neithermor neithermore
grty
more mor nor lees Ie excitement than tha there ther Is ordi ordinarily ordinry ordinarily ¬
narily nry at tho beginning bllnng of an opera opr per performance pr prfornc performance ¬
formance fornc except excpt In one instance instanceAt 11tnc
At 3 oclock in t the afternoon ateron the line oe of ofmen ofmn ofmen
tickets at atthe atthe atthe
men mn and women waiting to buy tckets
the box office olce reached reaohe from rrm tao Broadway Broadwayentrance Brawy Brawyentrnc Broadwayentrance
entrance entrnc of the office ofc clear eer through Thirty Thirtyninth Thlry Thlryl Thirtyninth
ninth l nth street stret to Seventh avenJe avenJeAbout aenJeAbut avenJeAbout
About Abut half hir way ay in the line Un were wer two young youngmen youngmen youngmen
men who had hd been bn quarrelling Quarlni In front rrnt of oftho ortho ofthe
tho box office olc early orly In the morning moring They Theylooked Tey Teyloke Theylooked
quite able to tobuy tobuy tobuy
looked loke as a though they were wer
buy almost any ay seats sa the house bous had to tooffer toorer tooffer
offer orer One of them had h taken tke timo tmo and andhimself andhlmaU andiminemel
himself hlmaU by the forelock forlok and arrayed arye him himself hlmsU himself ¬
self sU In evening evenlg garments The Te other ap apparently apparently ¬
parently prnty hoped hopd to get jet home hom In the inter intermission Intermtlon Intermission ¬
mission mtlon In time tme to make a change ohnge It was wasquite wasquite
quite quie clear cear that neither knew keW the other otherNeither otherNeither
Neither 1elthor got any satisfaction Itraclon ut the box boxofllcetnui bx bxOfctlld boxofl1oetmiud
ofllcetnui Ofctlld both somewhat emewhnt damaged damge as a to toJemperlook tother toJemmiperLook
Jemperlook ther places plC In the Le lonR lme Ior Thirty Thirtyninth ThIrtyninth lrtr lrtrninth
ninth street Itt line lne Before Befor they had ba been beenwatting ben benwaiting beenwaiting
waiting ton en minutes mnutO one of them thor called cal the theother te teother theother
other a liar liarWhat lr lrWhat liarWhat
What did you mean men by that asked askedthe ukedthe
the man in business bulnes clothes clothesI olothel
I meant l0nt what I said tld answered aner the te pre premature pr prmture pmsmature ¬
mature mture exquisite exquisiteSay oXQulsltoSy exquisiteSay
Say Sy responded relponde the other youve got gotthe gotthe gottime
the flowers fowem that bloom In i the spring Iprng beat beatinto bat batInto beatInto
into a pulp pulpWhat pulpWhat pulpWhat
What dyou mean asked afk the other otherDid otherDid
Did you go 10 into a dark closet dost to kid kidyourself kidyourself
yourself yourl that it was aslmo time to put on your glad gladrags Ilad Iladrgs gladrags
rags rgs asked the simply dressed dreB person personIt personit
pn pnIt
It quisite quisiteEvening quislteEvenlnl was only ony too to clear cer that dit he wan 1 no ex exquisite exquislte axquimilte ¬
Evening Evenlnl Clothes Cothe took tok his hil overcoat oerot off offand or offand
attitude The Theother TheOthlr Theother
and fell fel unto Ito a prizefighting przfghtng atitude
other Othlr mans manl coat flew few into it tie te arms of a by bystander byatncor bystander ¬
stander atncor Tho wait waitng waiting Ing mob formed forle a ring ringJust rng rngJut ringJust
Just Jut then Sergt Srgt Fogarty Fogary shouldered shouldere into intothe il intothe
the m lee le Ho walked alko up to the th two bet belligerents bl bethigerents ¬
ligerents With no gentle Iente hand hnd he tapped tnpjxxlEvening taPIJ tappedEvening
Evening thumb thumbGwan Jening timmimubGwan Clothes Clothe twice twic just jut bock bk of the thethumb thethumb thetimmimub
Gwan Birdie Biiol said he If I youse yousetwo yoU youaetwo
two aint good youll youl both bth get clapped elapp on onthe onthe onthe
goo
the wrist Horrid lorid things tilingsPossibly thln thingsPoslhly
Possibly Posllhly thu two witnessed irlfe the Parsifal Parsifalperformance Puliral PuliralJ Parsifalperformance I
didnt remain In Intliat inthat
performance J > rforano But theydidnt theydldt they i
that ticket t cket line lne any longer longerJust longerJust I
Just eleven mmutett nunutl elapsed after ater the thefirst thefirst
first fmt part of the te audience clap had h appeared appld at atthe atthe
the Broadway Bradway entrance entranc at the close cose of the theperformance theperormce theperformance
performance before brNA Sergeant Srg t Bauer sent sontaway snt
away perormce the last public publc carriage carago The last IWt of ofthe orthe oftime I
the private privateciages carriages got away from rrm the theThirtyninth te theThirt i
Thirtyninth Tllrtyninth Thirt yninth street strt entrance entrao three te minutes minuteslater minuteslater
later Owing to t the elaborate elabrato police plce ar arrangements a atrangements ¬
rangements to meet met the emergency emergencythere emergencytpr emergencythere
there ranlpments was 8 less lea disturbance disturbac around arund the theopera ie theopera
opera tpr house hous when the th audience dispersed dispersedthan dl dispersedtiman r
OPr than Is often witnessed witne8 after atr an ordinary ordinaryperformance onlnar ordinaryperformance
performance performanceWnmtn prrorco prrorcoWoman performanceWoman
Woman Standee Stantte Fainted FaintedOne Fantld FantldOno FaintedOne
One woman In the the audience audlonc fainted faintedShe rant faintedShe
She was one of the standees alade back of the thoorchestra theorchCtr timeorchestra
orchestra orchCtr Sho wont out into the corridor corridorwhen cridor cridorwhtn corridorwhen
ill and there theretoppled theretopplo theretoppled
when she found herself hOl feeling relng 1and
toppled topplo over Police Polc Sergeant Srfent Place Pla who whowas whowns whowas
was standing near ne caught ought her After Aftera Ater
a 0 rest standi in t a chair ca1 she was able abl to t go home homeCHRISTMAS homeOIIRSTJIMi homeCHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS OIIRSTJIMi CAROL PART PAttTYWest PART PARTst PARTWest
West st Side Young Younl oun Folks Sine and Brine BrineGift Brlncmn BringGifts
Gift to the Ihl Ionr IonrMiss 1001 1001I IoorMiss
Miss I Louise Ashton A hton Brigham Brigha and Miss MissAdelaide ML MissAdelaide s sAdelaide
Adelaide Sells Sell of 182 18 West WOt End EndaveIuewlth EndaveIuewlthn avenuewlth avenuewltha
a number of other young men and women womenhnd womenhad womenhad
had a 1 carolling caroling party partyMisa pary paryIf partyMiss
Miss If Brigham Br ham who U i Interested Intret in settle settlement settle settlement settlesmerit ¬
ment work and who la 1 a 1 member membr of the thoAssociation te teAoiaton theAssociation
Association Aoiaton for Improving Improvnl the Condition Conditionof Cndition Cnditionof
of the Poor ror told her fellow felow pupils pupil at atEI8IA MISS MiwEllsaA MISSEIisaA
EllsaA EI8IA Sargents Sgents Art Ar School Shol 2327 West WestSixtyseventh WcstBlxtYfveth WestSixtyseventim
Sixtyseventh street Itreet something about aboutart aboutar aboutart
art ar of carolling crlng and succeeded loee in enlisting enlistingtheir enlLtng enlLtngthrr enlistingtheir
interest interestFor interestFor
their Iterelt ItereltFor
thrr For weeks week the young oun folks have l heen heenRatherng lsengatimering > een eengathering
gathering Ratherng clothes clothe and other otherarl othmerarticlea articles IC to give givenwny rlve rlveaway givoaway
away and Miss iM Sells Seit had ha made a 1 list of ofhouses orhouss ofimotises
lit
houses houss to be visited vllld Early Erly yesterday yesterdayevening yelteray yelterayevening yesterdayevening
evening the carolling carlng was W rehearsed reheared at the thehouse thehou timehomise
house hou e of Miss i Brigham lrljhar Then Ten they started startedon atared ataredon
on their tour accompanied accompanie by an a express expresswagon expr1 expresswagon
eat wagon apon loaded lon with wit clothing cothing and and things thlnR to tocat toeat toeat
catEvery eatEvrr Every Evrr street between bctWn Sixtieth Sixte b and ad Seven Seventiethnear Seentethncar Seventiethncar ¬
tiethnear West Wplt VestEnd End Ed avenwand aenuland every ever house houseon houseon
on tethncar Miss Seitws Seltl list Iut was Wi visited visitedThe vlll vlllThe visitedTime >
The enrollees cnrolem came amI to the door dor and began beganto bega
to sing till til the folks came out to Investigate InvestigateThen Invcltgatc InvcltgatcThen investigateThen
Then the singers Iln Po gave such gifts glft as they theythought theythouRht theythought
thought most mOt fitting fittingRULES tttng tttnglU fittingRULES
RULES lU S 0 ON RIGHTS ROITS STRIKERS OFSTRIKERSMlnnr OF STRIKERSIlnnlota STRIKERSMinnesota
Mlnnr Ilnnlota Minnesota nU Supreme Court Curt ouFt Drdlarrt Dl ar an anInjunction a anInjunction
Injunction Injnten Too Sweeping SweepingST
ST PAUL PAU Minn Dec 24 24Te 24The Tho Supreme SupremeCourt Suprmo SuprmoCur SupremeCotmrt
Court Cur today toy tOCiA in deciding ecldl the te labor labr dis dispute dLputt dispUte ¬
pute of W I Gray Gry 4 Co C of Indianapolis tndlanapoll vs vsThe vs1hfi
The Building Buldlnj Trade Tr Council Counci et al a assorts assortsthe Ire Irethe asortathe
the rights of laborers labrel to strike Itrlko and ad to In Induce Induc induco ¬
duce duc rhts others othtr to strike Ittlke and ant to use us all al means meansto nwansto nicansto
to further their thllr theireausewimich cause aut which are ar compatible compatiblewith compatlie compatliewllh compatiblewitim
with law and ordor ordorThe ordorTho orderTime
The court cour declared declaT that Judge JudlO Gray Gry of ofMinneapolis or1Unnespolt ofMinneapolis
Minneapolis 1Unnespolt wont too far when hen he restrained restrainedtho retralnll retralnllthe restrainedthe
the defendants deftldantt to go o upon the premises premisesJudgo prmi6J9 prmi6J9Judgo premIsesJudge
Judgo Gray granted grante an injunction Injl1cton prevent preventing prnt prntIng preventing ¬
ing the labor lbr agitators aKlatom from Interfering Interferingwith Intererng Intererngwih interferingwith
with wih the business bmine8 of o the tle plaintiffs plaintiffsWantril pltW8 pltW8WBntr plaintiffsWanted
Wanted WBntr Here lre for Forgery ForgeryPKNVER ForClr ForClrDKVER ForgeryDaNVER
PKNVER DKVER Col Dec De 24 24Mauo 24Maurioe Maurice Littman Littmanmanager Lttm Littmanmanager
manager mnger of the fur department deprlnt of a large largecloak largeclok largecloak
cloak clok store and living lvg with his hs wife here hereWBH her heraH herewas
was aH arrested arse hut Iu night nght on a telegram tlegrm from fromPolice frm frmPolce fromPolice
Police Polce Captain Cptain hangmen Lngan of New York Tho Thochare Thecharge j jcharge
charge against the prisoner prloner Is forgery forger
Capt LanKan Lngnn was wn notified notifed by Chief Cief Arm Armstrong Armstrng Ariastrong ¬
strong strng of the arrest att and wired wird back to t hold holdLlltmanas hol holdLittinan
Lttmn Littinan Llltmanas u requisition rquton papers ppr were wr being beingecured b beinggocured
ecured eu from trm GOT G Odell O
WRECKS WROKfS 1iE is VICTIMS VITIMS VICTIMSjUMBR lUMBte88 lUMBte88MOST UMB l Ri66 Ri66l 66 66MOST
MOST 1 ST OF THE TIl CONNELSlL CONNELSlLDEAD CNNELSVILLB CNNELSVILLBlD NNELLILLE NNELLILLEm4I
DEAD lD X0 NOW OJ IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDOnly IDElTUIED IDElTUIEDOnla IDENTIFIEDOnlys
Only a FewofUie Few or We WounnXllna Woundld In a Serious Serlo ro iCou iCouditlonWork Coti CotiI c
I aillon dltonWork ditlonWork Work or Identification Idtntncton Ooea Gor 01 01I on onI onSIwedIiYSeVCrsi
I Kiercllly SIwedIiYSeVCrsi 1KtlSewcrl Several Men Jlln Arrested Arltl foi foiRobbery for lorRobbtr forRobbery
Robbery Robbtr of the D Dead att anti UI Wounded WoundedCoNKKLLBViUJS Wouned WounedCOmLVL WoundedConrzuaviLLE
CoNKKLLBViUJS COmLVL Pa Dec De 24 24rIdetf 24rIdetfmton 24IdentIfi 24IdentIficatIon Identlfl Identlflcation
cation mton of the bodies bodlo recovered reeotrom from thi thiwreck the therek thewreck
wreck rek on the Baltimore Il noro nnd an Ohio Railroad Railroadat
at Laurel Luel Run Ru last Isl night have hve been be accom accomplished acm acmpshC accompushed ¬
pushed pshC with four fou exceptions excptons The To official officiallist olcll olcllltt officiallist
list ltt of dead ded OH 01 given by the e coroner crone now nowamounts nowamount nowamounts
amounts amount to sixtysix sltsx Three lro Injured ijure vic victims vietires Ic IctllB ¬
tires tllB are still sti at the tle Cottage Cotage State Stte Hospital HospitalOno lospltl lospltlOno UoepitaiOne
Ono may my die diePractically dloPretmly diePractically
Practically Pretmly all al vestige VElg of the wreck k has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been bn removed rmove Hundreds Hundrs of workmen workmenaccomplished workmenaccomplished orkmonacmpllbe
accomplished acmpllbe the te feat of opening opnl g tho ta east eastbound elt eltbund eastbound
bound bund truck tk by 8 oclock oclok this tll morning morningTho moring moringTho morningThe
Tho westbound wetbund track trck wasopen wa opn for gehpral gehpraltraffic genpraltfc genuraltralfic
traffic tfc at 5 oclock oclok o iock this thl evening eveningOnly eenl eveningOnly
Only the crowds cwd of persistently curious curiouspeople culoul culoulpple curiouspeople
people pple who are a crowding tonight tnght about abut the thothree thethree
three thre morgues morgue where the dead d6d lie le Indicate Indicatethat Idlcat indicatethat
that near CM this ts city happened Ippne one of the theworst tbeWOTt theworst
worst WOTt wrecks wrkl in the history h I tr of railroading railroadingInterest railoang railoangInteret railroadingInterest
Interest Interet In the accident today centred centredabout cntr centredabout
about the morgues morgue A dearth deh of embalmers embalmerscompelled emblmer embalmerscomopeiied i irrpele
compelled rrpele the local locl undertakers underker to appeal appealto appe
all allbodiiB aUbdhs allbodls
to Plttsburg Pileburg for assistance Illtanc Tonight
bodiiB bdhs have been ben prepared for burial burialand burial lurlaland
and ad several erl have hl ve been bn shipped 6hlppd to their hornet hornetTho home homesThe
The of of people peoplecongregated peoplecongregated
Te light Ight morning morng saw scores sor ppJ
congregated about abut the local lo morgues morguesThe morgue morguesThe
conregae
The Te aid ad of the police pole was wa necessary nCsr to hold holdback holdbak holdback
back bak the to crowds crowd Insldo tho establish establishments ctab1lh ctab1lhments establishments ¬
ments unidentified undetfe bodies bOUO stretched on onthe ontho onthe
the floors were wer glanced jlac over hurriedly hurriedlyby hurrey hurreyby
by those thoe who were wer seeking Bokng relatives rlah and andthe ad adtbe andthe
the ultracurious ultracurous alike alikeTelegrams nUkeTelelram alikeTelegrams
Telegrams Telelram from rror other othtr cities cte poured pur Into Intotho Intotho intothe
tho town asking aking for information Inormton Letters Letterslaundry Lltol Letterslaundry
laundry lundr marks mrks and jewelry engravings engravingswere
were carefully cafuly noted notld to secure 6Ur clues cuO to bo boused bouse beused
use used in Identification IdentificationCoroner Idontfcaton IdontfcatonCoroner identificationCoroner
Coroner A S Hogan of Falrchance olcao was wasin wasin 1
in I charge chago and ad with wt hi him assistants ilta and und the themembers therembn timemembers
members rembn of the tQ jury jur did dl much to facilitate facilitatetho facltt
tho work Although the te lists Iltl vary var the theoffleial te teofcll theofltciai
offleial ofcll list t as a kept by b them tem Is I believed believedto bleve I
to 1 be b correct correctPoeelbly crct crctPOlbly V VPossibly
Possibly POlbly the saddest sdCt feature reture connected connectedwith cnee connectedwith
with wih tho many may sorrowful 8rrowrul happenings hppng of ofthe orthe ofthe
the wreck wrek la 1 the death of Itobert Hobrt Davidson DavidsonHe David8n David8nHe
He was W to have been bn married mare tomorrow tomorrowand tmorrow tmorrowad tomorrowand
and ad was W8 on his hi imi way to moot mo his hl bride brde when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the unforeseen urorsn accident nocdent caused his bi death deathIlls deathIls deathHis
cu
Ills Ils Last Ist words wordt were wer sent in a dictated dictatednote dictate dictatednote
note to t his hs fiancee Davidson was 10 31 31years 31Ylrt 31years
years Ylrt old oh and anc lnc lived lved at 725 North Korb Fifth Fifthstreet Fifthmitreot Irh IrhttrcL
street ttrcL Philadelphia lhlltelphl He was a travel travelling trvel trvellng travelhog ¬
ling lng salesman ele6mn for Colgate k Co He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had been lJ1 on a visit vl8t to his brother brotherSamuel brothermuel brotherSamuel
Samuel muel Davidson Davdson of Lyrnan Lyn post office officeHo ofc otflceHe
Ho left Pittsburg on the tle Limited LimitedWednesday Lmite LimitedWednesday
Wednesday Weney evening and an had hd telegraphed telegraphedbis telegrphed telegrphedhis
his expected e arrival In Philadelphia Phildelphia this thismorning thismornn thismorning
morning pe He arrv was wa fatally faaly injured Injur in the thewrook tbewrk timewreck
wreck wrk mornn but retained rllned consciousness consciousnessDr clloulneR
Dr T R Echard Echa of Connellsville CeJnels1e who whowas whowas
was wo one of the te many may phyticianH phYflcal cent from fromthis frm frmthl fromthis I
this thl place plac to the relief rler of the thf th efflchig efflchigattended sHlerI sIlerEgattended
attended atended him Knowing Krowig that his hi life le was wasbut WI wasbut
but a matter mater of a e chart time tme he told his hispitiful h8 h8pltlul hispitiful
pitiful pltlul story torv to the te surgeon Bu Eon as 1 the relief relieftrain rle relieftrain
train tri was wa bearing ong him to this thi place placeA pla
A peculiarly pclarly distressing d treing feature fetue of the thewreck thewrck thewreckwas
wreck wrck wreckwas wan the robbery rbbor of many mn rnanof of the vic victim viethus Ie Ietlm ¬
tim Tho needs of the injured
injure were eo eourgent soUrgent 0 0urgent
urgent that t t nee for a time the robbers rbbT were wer not notinterrupted notInterrpt notinterrupted
interrupted Interrpt At daybreak dnbrok four fou arrests arrestswero arets aretswero arrestswere
wero made at Dawson Dawsn station stalon by officers officersTwo ofcr oeersTwo
Two of the prisoners prllN were wer white whie men and andtwo andtm andtwo
two negroes negl They hey were locked loke up in inDawson InDawson inDawson
Dawson jail ja charged charge with wih robbing rbbing the thedead theded thedead
dead ded An angry crowd crow collected clece at the theentrance theentranc theentrance
entrance entranc to alry the te jail jailAnother jai jailAnother
Another disaster dltel was w prevented rvenho by the thepresence thepresenoor thepresence
presence presenoor of mind mnd of John Uomtho mtho baggage baggagtvmom bgga baggageInflator l I II
I mom Iaster Inflator or on the wrecked wreke train t ain and nd an old oldemployee oldemployee I Iemploye
employee employe of the road The car cr in which whichDom whc whichDom
Dom Dm was Wa went over ove r the embankment and andDam andDom andDom
Dom was w injured Inur His first fmt thought thoUh on ondragging ondr ondragging
dragging dr himself hmsel hjmseiffrom from lrm the mossof 10f splinter splinterafter splintersafter
after gng the crash however was of
aler crsh howeor passenger passengertrain passengertrain
psnjer psnjertrin
train trin No 10 49 which was foloing following and Dld Dldalost was wasalmost wasalmost
alost almost due dueNo clueNo I
No rod r eec lights Ulhte were wer burning on the wrecked wreckedtrain wrked wreckedtrain
train trin nnd there ther wan not a sicnal silnal available availableDom aalable aalableDam availableDonmetaggeredbackoverthetiesnearly
Dom Donmetaggeredbackoverthetiesnearly staggered sta gered back over overthe the t tieR ies nearly nerly the thelength theleljth thelemmgth
length leljth of o his train trin and then heard her the roar roarof roa roarof
of No 4 49 approaching on the grade Rrde Dom Domhad Dm Domnhad
had a handful of matches mtche in his pocketHe pocket pockatHe I
He took them out outt half IlaI a dozen dozel at a time timehead tmo tmotnJck timestruck
struck them and clurln thl the Ihor short spuitteg spuittegof
aurnl
of the brlftone brimstone waved thtm thorn around PutteJ his hishEad hishead
head hEad Finally Fnly he lighted Ighto his hlf handkerchief handkerchiefEngineer handerchler handerchlerEnplner handkerchiefEngineer
Engineer Enplner Johnson JohnAn on train 49 saw the thepencv timestrange
slranle strange 8i signal na1 He thrlv threw on the Amer Amergencv emergencv
gencv brako broo and the train trin was brought hrught to a astandstill astandstill
standstill not two car lengths from frm the theeastern thecRl theeastern
eastern cRl Rtancsli ern end of the wreckage wreckageDora wrkag wrkagDum wreckageDom
Dora fainted ralnte when tho new danger wa waover WM WMover wasover
over He wan WO unconscious unconlou for two hours hoursat hoursthe hoursat
at the hospital hOlplnl but lut he will wi recover rOr When Whenhe Whenhe Whenhe
he regained gnlne consciousness conslousneR Dom insisted insistedon Inlslr
on leaving his cot and slaying by the bed bedside b bedside ¬
side of his dying conductor tayng Louis Helgarth HelgarthOno
Ono of tho nurses nur came caro to the baggage bacgngomaster baggagom baggagemaster
m master ler and ad told him that tat Helganh lelgalh was wasdying wasdyn wasdying
dying Dom was half hal carried carir to tho con conductors ccnductorB conductore ¬
ductors dyn bedside bside and remained rmaln > there te for forton ro rolIn forten
ton lIn minutes n utes taking Ihe last Inqt messages mesqes from fromHelgarth rrm rrmHeljal fromHeiganih
Helgarth Heljal to hit h family at homo homoThe homoThe tmcnntmTime
The body of time tl Rev ne Father Fenela Fenelaof
of the te Italian Ithm Catholic Catllc Church whose whoe flock flockcelebrated fok fokclelratt flockcelebrated
celebrated clelratt the dedication of a new lew church churchlast chuch chuchllt churchlast
week also canted ied in Membera Memberaof
last llt ck was a o cal Merlera Merleraor
of his h church chuch crowded crode to the Ile morgue and andJ andmoune andmourned
mourned te the 101 loss of the popliar popular morge priest priestJ
moune J J Cook Cok the tle dead ded m fl omen Emen three te month monthago monUI monthsago
ago declined delned a 1 place as a engineer enllner on the theWheeling the1leJng theimeedng
Wheeling 1leJng Division declaring delaln deciatmn that he pre preferred preflrr1 preferred ¬
ferred flrr1 to t fire fre under his hii friend Thornley Tomley
Conductor Cnductr Hdgarth Hcgarth who died cild at the thE hos hosiltal hosplt hogpied
plt pied iltal this tis morning mornng lived lved at toot 501 Trow Trowwhen Trowbridg Trosbridge
bridge Itreet street Hazdood H ills ramly family did didnot didnot
bridg
not he hear ol Ole 8cldlnt accident untl until this morning morningwben morningwhen
when a committee cummltte of railroad riroad men len from Ole tlieOlonwood OleOenwo timeOlenwood
Olonwood Oenwo yards called cale to break the te news newsof newsof
of ollolgthl Holgartbs death deathS dot
S J Heater Hrter the division dhllon engineer en iner killed killedIn kied kiedIn
In the wreck wn was yas on his hi way a to loluliJole loluliJoleto Iultlmoie Iultlmoieto
to upend Ind Christmas Chritma with ith lh relatives rathe Ho HoHarry Io Iohad Hohad
had hen been emplo employed ed b by the Batiore Baltimore and andOhio andOhio
Ohio Halrad Railroad for twelve YlaT years yearsHarry
Harry HI Devlin Devln who died at tho hospital hospitalat hospia
at Connellsvillo ConneU vle was wa another B l and a O Oengineer Oenginer 0engineer
engineer enginer He came c < mo to Pittsburg llllburg yesterday yesterdaytoTiuy yesterdayto Cterdv Cterdvto
toTiuy to buy a Christmas Chrltma present prleent for his aged agedmother agedmother
mother and was returning with wih a fur Ige cope copefor copefor capefor
for which he had paid J5 1 i When taken takenout takenout takenout
out of the debris hrL hw hI right arm Ir which was waanot wa wassmdIy
smdIy mngle mangled still ti held the cape which whichwas whichwas
was lldlr Baked soaked with blood J IfIS mother hM hMnot hasnot
not bt l been > n notified notfe of the t he accident accidentEngineer accdent accdentEnjlnor accidentEngineer
Engineer Enjlnor Thornloy Torley promised romlld his wife wifethat wre wretht wifethat
that tht ho would telegraph teleTph from Connells Connellsvillo Cannell Connellsyule ¬
yule 10 last night whether or not nt she might mightexpect mght mghtlJot mightxlect
expect him for Christmas Chllma He hoped to toreturn 1 toreturn
lJot return TIUr to Pittsburg Pltsburg at 0 oclock ocl k hop tonight tonightMrs lnlght lnlghtMr tonightMrs
Mrs Mr Thornley Torley waited aitt > for tho message until unt
2 oclock ocok this thl morning moring when hen a neighbor neighborand ne neighborand hbol
and ad a llelong hilelong HI clung friend of Thornleys Thorleys called calledto caUl caUlto
to break lrak the news to her herOno herOnc herOne
Ono of the th men killed kle in the te wreck 7ck on ontho ontho onthe
tho Baltimore laltlmor and Ohio Railroad Rirod last lut night nightwas nightW nightwas
was W Ambrose Amlr e Good Go of Mclveewport Mc1u Cport He Hewas HeW HeWas
was W bound for New York to meet mrt Miss MiwsLillian MissLillian lis lisLiin
Lillian Liin Bennet of Staffordshire Stnord hlrp England Englandwho Englandwho Englandwho
who is 1 due on the Codrio Crro tonight tonIIM Good Goodworked C Corkl Goodworked
worked orkl for months mont to prepare prpare for rol the th arrival arrivalof nrvl nrvlor
of the young woman who had promised prombadto promle
to t become bme YOlll hits hi wife wifeTesterday wie wieClerar wifeYesterday
Yesterday Clerar he put nut the finishing fnilhlll touches toucheson tOUclO
on a 1 snug slug little lttle home at McKeesport cKlspr and andstarted andItare andstarted
started East Et happy in the thought that the thowedding thewednp timewedding
Itare wedding wednp would take tnllf talc place pluo on Christmas ChristmasDay Crstma ChristmasDay
Day Dy Now hU hi body lor Is L in the morgue at atConnelliiville It Itlnneliie atonneflsvlllu
lnneliie Connelliiville and iis me Intended Intenrod bride will willnot urillnot TI
not have any one to greet grt her whon she ar arrives arrvel urrives ¬
rives In New York Ills H brothers brotleT T 1 l R RHood itload
rvel 000 Hood and ad George Gerge 3ood 30 left this thml morning morningto moring moringto
to ciajm cWr the body bodyThe boy boyfhe bodylime
The list lst of dead Is Richard Hchard G Duck Duottctl Duckott
Duc
ctl et lialtiiuoro JJlll r Ciiitrlca milirieS Ijinrford IAUlford Kockwood Kockwood1aj Jockood JockoodIl Itockwoodls
1aj Il ls Louis Sealer Scler home Jome notknown not kown Herbert HerbertHolmes herbertIloinmes erbert erbertolmes
Holmes Emlenton lmlCntn 1a la Stephen 8tebfn U I Heater Heater1Lliit HeaterIlht HeaterImht
1Lliit Ilht of Hocks MdAtteli ld Atelllot7fmal Atteim > Vrotrtmau rotzsnmau Glens UunaBtutlon Gu GlensStation
Station Pa Il J J Cook uk fireman leman on onNew onthe
Htlton the Imltf limmiked Hope Church I Pa > a John Addlln AddllnNew Addison AddisonNew
New York Joseph J08tllh SheUlmust Hhelhaust Rochester Hclltr Pa Paport Pav
W v M Illenont Immtteriomm hiuimbar Pa B Mmmrray tlla tllaCnneIUe
CnneIUe Conneliavilie I Ita u IJunbar 8 u D Good Molio IoKeenm IoKeenmport
port PH P John Zaman > ew York U HIteynoWs I
por ll Hernos rnoW York Pa Il CliorlM CllCI KelfTer KelfTerrblladplplla KIUer KIUerlerll KeifferBerlin t
lerll Berlin Pa WInm WiIicm Edward Cmbtrlad CmbtrladMd Cumberlazmd CumberlazmdMd
Md Itobert Din DII Idton tdson 12 715 North orth Fih liith st street streetiij1IrdeipIIa t
rblladplplla iuldllplla J W V KltsruerCuinberland JierCurbertnnd Md MdUilliniii MdWliliammm td tdWltnm
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sta LieNo T address nddrt 1 not known Iown Thomas Thomol Zippier Klpiilerfor I ZippierPhi er erPhUadelphla
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rnllroKd rnUroldman PltsburrGnePltUbITr man Hazelwood Haelwoo JI la W A k Kelp Kulpwell Ku Kelpuyeii P Pwel
well known nown buslnrjs man of Mount ount Pleasant PleasantPa Plesant PlesantIa
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Rochester lochlstr Jn Pa Il Corneln Mlchfla Uclula Miebrla Rochester RochesterVn RohPRllr RohPRllrI
Vn Tl B Morrison MOllln U t ill 1 Flower lo1eI avenue avenuePlttsbiueh avtnul aventmPlttshureh
Plttsbiueh I Pa John ohn Wlnkler Wlnkllr inkier Westmont WestmontS Westmodt WestmodtS
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thn ticm hiv Rnv lv C A Fnrmly FlenelU Connells Connellsvllle lonntUs1I1ePa tonnelisrifle
vllle 1I1ePa Pa Horace lfor CI Onrd lInrttnshnrll Mnrtlnahtircr W V Va VaFillson tnF 0 0Fdlllon
Fillson F ison 8 noldnmlth rold reporter r portpr of DnHu na III Aft AftConnellsvllle1 News NetrAConnellsvltll NewsConneiisvihie
Connellsvllle1 Pa mltht 1 it t K Smith chief dlvij dlvijlon dhieIon dlviiton
lon operator for the Baltimore and Ohio OhioRAllroad Ohiollr04d OhioIlaliromid
RAllroad RAllroadLOST IlaliromidLOST llr04d llr04dloST
LOST IfUSBAD l1USBt DIN > I IN WRECK WRECKMrt
Mrt III Edith Morrlnon Mon1 on Aka Police Help JlelpGettlns In InCettlns tnGetting
Getting HU Body Here HereMrs lienMra HereMrs
Mrs Edith Morrleon Mom + hon a laundress at the theFifth t theFifth c cFirth
Fifth Avenue Hotel called at Police Head Headquarters Hoodquarters Headquarters ¬
quarters > last night for Information that thatwould tl1atwould thatwould
would help her to get the body of other her bus husband hUIband busband ¬
band Harold B Morrison a metal worker workerwho Workerwho workerwho
who she thinks was killed In the Laurel LaurelRun LaurelRun LaurelRun
Run accident accidentShe acclde accldeShe acciden4She
She married mnrriedhlm him in Pittaburg a year ago agoShortly agoShortly egoShortly
Shortly after that ho became ill and she nhewas IIheWM shewa
was wa forced forcedto to work to support upp > rt her self selfHer selrlIer selfHer
Her husband she said recently recovered recoveredand
and was on on n hlsway here hererrom from Hazlewood HazlewoodPa IlazlewoodPato
Pa Pato to get woik WOI k to support her herShe herShe herS
She S a was advised to communicate with withthe withthe withthe
the BaltimoreandOhlo people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The police lIce could not n t learn anything an hlngor hlngorJohn of ofJohn ofJoimn
John Addison and John Seaman dessribod dessribodus
us New Yorkers killed In the wreck wreckSeveral wreckSeverll wreckSeveral
Several persons ersons who were on the wrecked wreckedtrain wreckedtrain wreckedtrain
train reaclied rose ed Jersey City about 5 oclock oclocklast oclocklast oclocklast
last night Their stories threw no addi additional adllIonal additional ¬
tional light on the accident accidentHELD aooldenLHELD accidentHELD
HELD UP YOKERS SALARIES SALARIESMayor SALARiESMayor
Mayor Andrns Wouldnt oultlnt Pay Police and andFiremen andFiremen andFiremen
Firemen FiremenToNKEns FiremenYotoxEftB FiremenYorncafts
ToNKEns N Y Dec 24 24Mayor Mayor John JohnAndrua JohnAndros JohnAndrue
Andrua who distributed d hundreds of din dinners dlnnerll dinners ¬
ners to the poor today tried to prevent preventtho pre ent enttho
tho payment of salaries to school teachers teachersfiremen tencheTIIfiremen teachersfiremen
firemen and policemen before Christmas ChristmasThe Chrl ChristmasThe tmas tmasTIe
The school teachers received recolv d their Decem December Deoember Decombar ¬
ber warrants only after a determined effort efforthad elTorthad efforthad
had been made by Supt Gorton and Presi President PT88Iderit President ¬
dent Easton but the police and firemen will willgo willgo willgo
go without their Christmas salaries salariesMayor salarle8I salariesMayor
I Mayor Andrea urged that the money moneyshould moneyMould moneyshould
should not be paid l ld until the first day of the thayear theyear theyear
year In the cose of the school teachers teachersthe tcnclerllthe teachersthe
the money had been actually actuall earned the theholiday theholiday theholiday
holiday vacations setting in and the school schoolmonth schoolmonth schoolmonth
month ending on Dec 23 TheIr warrants warrantswere warrantswere a awere
were signed by the school president and the theclerk theclerk theclerk
clerk and sent to the City Treasurer to be becountersigned becounter becouxmtendjned
countersigned counter lgn d The City Treasurer how however however however ¬
ever had h instructions from Mayor Andrus Andrusnot Andrusnot Andrusnot
not to countersign the warrants There Therewero Thereere Therewere
were ere about 292 29 of 0 them representing 115 15
6291 62905 62905When 2905When
6291When When it was learned l that time warrants warrantswere warrantswere warrantswere
were being held heldu up there tJle were many mBnyacenes mBnyacenesIn scenes sceneshi
In the Board of Education offices Some Someteachers Bomoteacherll Someteaclmers
teachers who were anxious to make train trainconnections trainconnections trainconnections
connections to reach their homes bom the day daybefore daybefore daybefore
before Christmas were without funds fundsMr fundsIr fundsMr
Mr Ir Gortonwho in l addition a dition to beiric beia the theschool llieflChool theschool
school superintendent is president or o lthe lthePeoples J the thePeoples thePeiea
Peoples Savings Bonk talked finance financeto fi fito
to Mr r Andrus at a rapid rate The warrants warrantscamealong wlUTlUltacama1ol1i warrantscamaiong
camealong at 2 oclockand oolock and in ordervto ordervtocash order oedeItocash to tocaRh
cash them the West Chester Trust Com Company OImpany thinj thinjpan ¬
pan pany remained open until oclock oclockThe oclockThe o look lookT
The T mm policemen expected their December Decembersalaries Decembersalaries Decembersalaries
salaries the day before Christmas as usual usualLate Utu usualLate l lLate
Late last night nightIt it wan W H learned that the war warrants warrantll warrants ¬
rants were blocked at the City CityTrrmmsurer8 CityTrrmmsurer8omen Treasurers Treasurersoffloe Trel1Rurersoffice
office because the city attorney held that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the proceeding was not strictly strictir legal The Ttaofiremen 1 Thefiremen e efiremen
firemen were Cre in the same dilemma di emmie The Thewarrants ThewalTtUlts Lhewarrants
warrants for both firemen and policemen policemenwere
were doted Dec 31 but the ban banks lew were werewiling lorewlling worewIling
wiling to cash them themThe them1he 11mmthe
The Aldermen and other city official officialwho omclalsho officialswho
who ho took their December salaries for the thepost theJ thepast
post J two years at Christmas Christ ames time also were werethis weret woretlmis
this t hll Car year without withoutIt wit hout houtIt
It is is estimated that close to 10000 has hasbeen haeJxoen hasbeen
been lost to Yonkers merchants because of ofthe oftho ofthe
the holdup holdupSVICIDEJKILLED holdupSllCIDE holdupSLICIDEKILijED
SVICIDEJKILLED SllCIDE SLICIDEKILijED KILI D DAUGHTER TOO TOOFlezak TOOFtluk TOOIlezak
Flezak Found Head In Red edUlth With till III Utile UtlleOlrl Ultlemrl UtileGirl
Girl mrl and HU III Hoc Fritz FritzFrank FritzFrank FritzFrank
Frank Flew a tailor who lived over overhis overhltt overhis
his shop at 47 East 105th street decided decidedyesterday decidedyesteiday ecldedCfterdar
yesterday morning that life Ilrewni was not worth worthliving worthIhlng worthliving
living He lay down on his bed and turned turnedon
on the gas When the janitress broke In Inthe Inthe inthe
the door Flezak was dead and so worohis worohislittle were lila lI1elittle lilalittle
little daughter Emma and his dog Fritz FritzFlezak Fritzle1ak FritzFlezak
Flezak le1ak had been complaining for weeks weeksof
of his hard luck lIe was a tailor and nd had hadhad hadhad hadhad
had business enough once but hIs hard luck luckbegan luckbegan luckbegan
began eight years e8l3 ago when his wife died diedand diedand diedand
and he Was left with Ith three boys and a baby babygirl babygirl babygirl
girl to bring up
Tho three boys left him and then his hisdaughter Iii Iiidaufthter liladaughter
daughter became Ill To add to his troubles troubleshis troubleshis troubleshis
his business fell off and there was w88l088 less and andless andles andless
less money In the till Flezak began to sit situp situp situp
up in rnon9 his choir c air In the tailor r shop at night in instead InBtead instead ¬
stead of going to bed Wednesday night he heid
did id not no go to bed at atahl atahlPoliceman all allPoliceman al1Policeman
Policeman Duneourt saw the old man manat manat manat
at 4 oclock yesterday yestsrdaymorning momin sitting in inthe inthe i
the front shop with lth his Ic head In his hands handsDuneourt handsDuncourt handsDuncourt
Duncourt rattled the door knob Flezak Flezakgot olezakgot Fiezakgot
got up and came out to the policeman and andsaid amidsaid
said How do Then ho went Into the theshop theIIhop thesiiop
shop As Duneourt turned the corner he
heard the tailor calling the dog
Duneourt passed the door later on
Everything was dark but the dog dogwas dogWilli dogwas
was barking mournfully Later in the themorning themorning themorning
morning tho janitress noticed a a smell of ofgas oral ofgas
gas al She went out and found Joseph
Grieto Grl and got him to help heii her in breaking
in The two found Flezak Emma and the
dog all dead on the bed bediLXXOXY bedA bedALIMONY
ALIMONY A 1I0T FROM SERGT VAlGBV VAlGBVCourt IAGHVCourt ArOHVCourt
Court Saji lie Must Snare His wife 1fe Ten TenDollar TeDDollara TenDollars
Dollar a Week WeekPolice WeekPollee WeekPolice
Police Sergeant John W Vaughn must mustpay munpay mustpay
pay his wife 110 10 a week alimony and t50 t50counsel 140counsel O Ooounsel
counsel fee pending her suit for a separa separation IIOparalion aeparadon ¬
lion under a decision rendered yesterday
by the Appellate Division Mrs Mary L LVaughn L LVaughn LVaughn
Vaughn has begun a separation suit alleg ¬
ing that Sergeant Serge Vaughn has treated her in ina ina
a cruel and inhuman manner and that she
is afraid to live with him any longer tier tierapplication Herapplication
application for alimony was denied in
Special Torn She says that Sergeant beremmtaughn
Vaughn aughn Is welltodo owning several pieces piecesof p aces acesof
of real estate among them an apartment
house In 125th street Taughn says that
instead of being a rich man he a is actually
5000 in debt debtJustice debtJustice
Justice Patterson for the Appellate Di Division Division ¬
vision says wiysThe saysThis
The defendant U a sergeant of police in inreceipt inreceipt
receipt of on annual lncom of 20oo It In
his dutr utt to support his ohlltlr children n und wa
think an allowance of ofl0 f 10 a week vliould have havetogether cave
been made to the plaintiff for that purpose
together with a counsel fee of 40 40Perry 6 6Perry
Perry Heath to Put Up m 100000 Hotel HotelMtJNCiE HotelMtiscia
MtJNCiE lad Dec 24Perry S Heath HeathSecretary heathSecretary
Secretary of the Republican national com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee and a former Assistant Post Postmaster master masterptel
General has decided to erect a six story
hotel ptel building in this city His brother brotherM
Fred Heath of Muncie also will be inter interested
ested Perry Heaths IIIVUDLIIIVIlt investnment lrb lrbably IIITIU
ably hly will M be not smaller than 1100000 Mr
Heath Ie5l bait realt5r reait her valued lu < xl at about
100000 l and recently sold a business block blockrorth
worth 4tU 4QiC
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He dines well who dines on the theNorthWestem theNorthWestern
NorthWestern Limited between Chi Chicago Chicago ¬
cago St Paul and Minneapolis the theColorado theColorado
Colorado Special between Chicago Chicagoand ChIcagoand
and Denver one night en route or orthe orthe
the superbly equipped Overland Limit Limited Limited ¬
ed that magnificent dally tfaln whose whoseelectriclights whoseelectriclights
electriclights flash along the historic historictranscontinental hlttorlitranscontinental
transcontinental highway In less lessthan lessthan
than three days between Chicago and andthe an anthePaclfmcCoast
the thePaclfmcCoast thePaclfmcCoastSpecial Pacific Coast CoastSpecial
Special attention Is given to t the thedining thedining
dining car service on all through throughtrains throughtrains
trains of The NorthWestern Line LineIt Lineltisunexcelled
It ltisunexcelled Is unexcelled It Is equalled only onlyby onlyby
by the perfection of the other features featuresof
of travel In the west and northwest northwestvlathe northwestvlathe
vlathe vlatheNorth vlatheNorthaWestern
North NorthaWestern = WesternLine WesternLinewhich lAne lAnewhich
which when combined surround the thetraveler thetraveler
traveler with all the comforts of home homeand homeand
and club clubFour clubFour
Four trains dally between Chc Chicago o St Piul Piuland PaInj
and nj MlnriMpolls Five d daIti lv between Chltyto Chltytoand Cbtestoandomahi
andomahi and Omaha Three ThreetoIhePaCifkCOISI to the Pacific Coast Two Twoptr Twoper
per day 10 Denver and Silt lt Lake Two to IM IMUk timiLake
Uk Superior country Three to foulh South Da Dakota Dikota ¬
kota point and on one to the Black Hills HillsTime HillsTime
Time tables and other Information on rico rtouD at atp
D W ALDFIIDCii ALDFIIDCii4tl
4tl Broadway New ew Vork orC V Y Yftwiai yawiss
ftwiai ftwiaiSAFETY awissSAFETY
SAFETY FORTtiEDIABETICh FORTtiEDIABETIChImpossible FOR TIIEDIABETICI TIIEDIABETICIImpossible
Impossible Ifhis bread isutotiR We liars havamade liarsmade
made all the safe kinds < or 80 years witli witlimany wiflmaii
many maii delicacies delicaciesHEALTH dellaciesHEALTH
HEALTH FOOD CO 61 Fifth Ave AveMORE AveI AveMORE
I
MORE OF MCLELLANS SLATE SLATEBEST SLATEBEST
BEST FOR MIDGES OAKLEY FOR FORWATEtt FOillr4rEu
WATEtt SlPPLY SlPPLYNo SfPlLlico
No More Announcements Until Monday bat batKeahon bnllieatmon
Keahon Andersen Holly and ODonnH ODonnHAre ODonnetAre
Are to lie Department Heads Ueadaow UeadaowFelice New NewPolice
Police Head Wont ont Outline Policy PolicyMayorelect PolicyMayorelect
Mayorelect McClellan yesterday an announced announced ¬
nounced two more appointments of heads headsof headsof
of department These were weroCemmliitoner wereCovinmttwter
Cemmliitoner of Water Supply Gas and Elu EluMenu 510jrlcltuJOaS
Menu jrlcltuJOaS JOHN T OAKLET OAKLETConmlistmur OaxLEroimnmIsntOnr
Conmlistmur of Dridgf DrldiOEOIlOS OEOROB E Vm VmHe l3iHe
He said ho would have no new announce announcements announcemeats ¬
meats to make until Monday MondayJolin MomudayJoiui
Jolin T Oakley is the Tammany leadar leadari leadirof
i of the Fourteenth Two years ago he WM WMthe wasthe
the Tammany candidate for Sheriff In Inthat Intlmateioetion
that tlmateioetion election he spent BO much money that thatit thatIt
it was thought Tammany would renoral renoralnate renorninate
nate him for Sheriff last autumn bufi bufiI bu buLender
I Leader Murphy thought that wasnt beet beetTlie bestTime
Time salary of Water ComnussIotiCT is 7500 7500Mr 75OMr
Mr Oakley has been a clerk In theBogls theBoglsters the Begin Begintar
ters tar a office Tieputy ColiecUjroXtJ Collector oTzternA1 oTzternA1RevenUe temAl temAlRevenue
Revenue Alderman anti Councilman CounoHmanOe6rK CouncilmanGeorge
George E Best l is ndtttxnploiyoAJbf n6w eenploI b7 th thCity hi hiCity
City Trust Company He was coefldntt oeMeettaclerk k kclerk
clerk toMayors to Mayors Grant and Gllroy Tot1 Fo a1 a1number a anumber
number of years he has been Daniel T TMcMahons 1 1McMahons
McMahons right hand man in the Nine Ninotoenth Nineteenth
toenth He was Deputy Commissioner Commissionerof
of Charities under Van Wyck WyckIt
It is pretty prettycertain certain that Patrick H I Koahon Koahonwill Koahowill
will bo b named ns Commissioner of Street StreetClwining StreetC1nmnirmg
Clwining Dr H A 0 Anderson as Com Commksloner Coinmissioner
missioner of Health Willis Holly as Park ParkCommifsioner ParkComcnissionei
Commifsioner for Manhattan and Frank FrankA
A ODonnel treasurer of Tammany Hall Hallas HaILas
as president of ofthcTax the Tux Department James JamesP JanmeP
P Kane and Arthur C Salmon are also alsoto
to 0 go on the lie Tux Board Boardborough Boardhoroughm
borough President Alioani will make makeVllltam makeWilliam
Vllltam Dallun Siijierinlendont of Puhlio PuhlioWorks PimbhlaWtrks
Works and nndMatthmcv Matthcv F Donohue Superin Superintendent Superintendent ¬
tendent of Sewers SewersThere bowersThere
There was much disappointment at atDemocratic atDemocratic
Democratic headquarters in Brooklyn yes yesterdav yesterdav
terdav morning mimorimin when it was announced announcedtltnt announcedlint
tltnt lint Jnnu rmnmtw H Tulljj rtihl would not be Bridge BridgeCommiseiouer BridgeCommissioner
Commissioner but Senator McCorrengracu McCorrengracufully McCarrea grace gracefully
fully accepted the > situation situationI
I l confer he snid that I am somewhat somewhatdisappointed somewhatdisappointed
disappointed but Col McClellan is trying tryingto tryingto
to do what is boat arid has ray support in his hisendeavors Insendeaxcrs
endeavors Whatever he does is calm salUfartory calmfactory
factory to me meMr meMr
Mr Tully homo of his friends tinder tuiilerBtood tinderetcioul
Btood veaterday will probably bo named namedCommnwloner namedCommissioner
Commissioner of Charities Col James 1 1Boll P PEcu
Boll it was said wan in the lead for Cor Corporation CorPOritminim ¬
poration Counsel for Brooklyn with San Sandur Samedorms
dur dorms Shanks slated for his first assistant assistantMayorelvct assistantMayorelect
Mayorelvct McClellun and Comptroller ComptrollerOrout ComptrollerGrout
Grout took the oath of otlice yesterday
before Justice Odonnan OdonnanVlllInm OGonnanWlilianu
VlllInm McAdoo the newly appolntod appolntodPolice appolimtedPolice
Police Commissioner was not prepared preparedcmmtenla3 nrepnnlyentonlaylo
yentonlaylo cmmtenla3 0 intimate what policy he would wouldof souldIceliow
Iceliow with reguni to time Sunday clestn clestnof
of nnloqns saloons < What he will do la this di direction it itreotion ¬
rection is is what time Tammany masses want wantto Vnatto
to know
1 cannot speak on matters concern concernMr concerning
ing the lmohicy I will follow said saidMr
Mr McAdoo until I take office and andlearn andleanc
learn for myself what policy will tend to tomake tomake
make ray administration successful For Forthe Forthe
the moment it will iv ill suffice to declare that thatit thatit
it is my intention to run the ofTnt alTatrs of the tiiaPolice thePolice
Police Department a as efficiently and M Mfairly asfairly
fairly to every everyone one OB I can canOf canOf
Of reports that John McCullagh and andThomas andThomas
Thomas F McAvoy were to be mad made lil lilil hits hitsdeputies
deputies he would only say
il 1 am not In a position to talk about the thaDeputy theDeputy
Deputy Coininissionenships In fact tli there therehas r rhas
has been nothing definitely determined determinedupon determineduponyet
upon uponyet uponyetPolice yet yetPolice
Police Commissioner Greene called yes yesterday yestorday ¬
terday upon Mr MrMcAdoonnd McAdoo nnd Raid that h hMcAdoo bS bSwould
would be glad to give him any help Mr MrMcAdoo
McAdoo will visit Police headquarters on onTuesday oUTuesday
Tuesday Tuesday1TATS TuesdayWANTS
WANTS URYAX REMOVED REMOVEDConncel REMOVEDCounsel
Counsel for Sir Irs Ilrnnrtt Ask for a aExecutor T TExecutor
Executor of Her Huibandt Will WillKEW WillNEW
NEW HATW Dec 24 24For For alleged neg neglect neglect ¬
lect of duty and because he Is an xmauitabla xmauitablaperson uesuitablmperson
person Judge Henry E Stoddord ooutuel ooutuelfor 0otmtudfor
for Mrs Pliilo S Bennett in the Bennitt Bennittwill Beonetwill
will caw went into time Probate Court iu iutills ilithis
tills city this thisafternoon afternoon and asked to have havsWilliam haveWilliam
William J Bryan removed ns executor of ofthe oftime
the will Hint part of the ho motion contain containing containInK ¬
InK the reasons why Mrs Bennett wants waOtiMr t tMr
Mr Bryan removed reads readsbn
bn Snid id Bryan hmm neglected and violated violatedtho violatedthe
the duties of his office ns executor and is isIncapable Isincapable
Incapable of executing his iii tnint btvan btvanhis beeaiislila
his IntoresUi n as nn Individual amid M alleged allegedtrustee ailegettrustee
trustee in saId liticatlon nio am e in direct mind nndabsolute mindabsolute
absolute conflict witli his duty dmi1 nn pxecuior pxecuiorfor tmzectmiorfor
for time legatees undor paid Xvill and andproHocutlon ltC ltCprosecution
prosecution of wild npprnl by mild Bryan BryanIR
IR a promotion of litigation lit mgatiomm by him ngafn ngafntlie againttime
time estate and is a watte waet of said estate cxtativSaid
Said Bryan by npieallnc from the order orderof
01 of the court admitting Raid will to prolm proinieand o onnd
and by by nutivoly prosebihing said appen appenis >
is preferring his own lntwst ns nn limit mrtvidual limitvictual
victual In antngoniNin to lila iii Icgatow under undertwid unitersaid
said will nnd rimmdto totho time intoHt intel eats orKUclilegatP orKUclilegatPand of msuchmlegatrsand
and to his dtity Immt as Mifli pxcciilor said cc ccduct <
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retention nf time > oflico dml hits remlerii remleriihim renderelimium
him an unfit and uiHiiltnMo person to rem onitttlllA remtimmue
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