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KUIIRE PERFORMANCE JJJlloOlIl1U CE BV THE THESAIIGEXT THESMWNT T11LS4IWXT
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New rw French ami German lrlUan Dr Dramaa DramaaTho Dramaalito m s sThe
The Hixtli IIlxt II porforn portollIl1l1CO npco of several new newplays newplas newplays
plays nt the Enipiio ThMitre lb atre yesterday yesterdayafternoon yester yesterdayfterliOOIl ay ayafternoon
afternoon by the tttiK eats of Franklin Sac Sargents Snrntll Sacgenti4 ¬
gents ntll American Aw demy of Dramatic DramaticArts DramatloArts DramaticArts
Arts nuiclo the occasU n on of more than thanpacing thnnpnl thanpte4ing
pacing pnl in interest Tho Ih rl progiummo opened openedwith openedwllh openedwith
with a KCPIIO 8l < iO by August onindberg trans transluted transIntell translated
luted by h Wwiu dwln Bjorkman from the original originalSwedish originalSwdih original5wcdi
Swedish 5wcdi The great Swedish Swe lllh dramatist dramatisthis ramatlsthllbecnllnuslIaliv
hllbecnllnuslIaliv has beelt iiiitisuaiiy lucky In in his translators translatorshili
his German ernali one OI1 being lJ inK Kind Schering Tills Tillsscholarly ThischolIrly Titlepcholarly
scholarly young man resides in Berlin and andhas andhils andhas
has devoted dot d hid life to the acclimatization acclimatizationof
of StrinilUrc in 111 Germany Mr Bjdfkman Bjdfkmanwho BjdrkmanwhQ I
who has written writ len of his fellow countryman countrymanwith countrymanwith countrytnailwith
with with enthusiasm lnthulI l1K1I1 and discrimination began beganhis beganhill
his translations tmn lalions with the little one act play playfrom playfrom pinyfront
from the t ht fourth volume in the first series seriesiStrimlbere seriesStrindLIr seriesStrintibrg
iStrimlbere is t an unusually productive productivewriter productivewritlr productivewriter
writer called Eleven One Act Plays PlaysThe Plaxs PlaxsTh Pla7sThe
The Th pice JUtoe in question is named The TheStranger rhl rhlStnUl J he heStmnger
Stranger StrangerTofiivo StnUl Stmngerl er erTo
Tofiivo To l give ie its sublimated irony and feminine feminineliitteriicHS femininebittftIlHS femininebitierne45
liitteriicHS full fit justice would demand Uia Uiabervicvs th3liervicl tli3ervice
bervicvs of a Felicia Mallet to render ren er the thetragic thotralo theiragic
tragic pantomime and an a I Kejane U jane to bring bringout brln brln01lt brIngout
out the significance RI nillcallce ofxita monologue monologueThose nionologuelhoR nionoiogueIIioe
Those lhoR two artists were unfortunately in inParis InIarill InIa
Paris Ia na yesterday yesterdayConscience veeterdayConscierice l tfrday tfrdayloriRciol1ce
Conscience a drama rama In two acts by byFetlerico hIFederico byFederico
Federico Mariano adapted by PuviU PuviUDrimimond DaviaDrummond 1avidDruniniOnl
Drimimond was the second of the novelties noveltiesoffered noveltiesotTenl noveltiesoffered
offered The rest r t of the bill comprised comprisedSimpson comprltledImpson coxnrisodSimpson
Simpson A t Co a two act comedy by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John Poole and Double or Quits a one onenet onenct oneact
net comedy by R A Farrelly The audience audiencewas
was 1101 goodly in size and of course enthuw enthuwMrs enthulIIarilie enthusiItalic
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Mrs Irs Craigie since she came into posses possession POsRion possesSian ¬
sion of the London Academy and Litera Literattir0liM Literalsre
ttir0liM lsre has eiitributed < < some very iutereM iutereMing intereitg < t tiig
ing iig g papers on the drama She made a anice anice anice
nice point recently In her address The TheComic TheComio ThieComic
Comic Note before the 0 P Club in re regard regard regard ¬
gard to Mr Trees production of The TheDarling TheDarling TheDarling
Darling of the Gods Ood Mr Ir Bclasco she shesaid IIhesuld shesaid
said has thought out a very peculiar peculiarart
art of his own hus mustered the thesecret theIICCret thesecret
secret of giving vitality vitulltI I do not mean meanatmosphere meanatmosphere meanatmosphere
atmosphere but vitality vitalitlto lo a stage picture pictureThat pictureThat picturerhtat
That is to say his scenes are alive and andthey andthey andthey
they are so alive that the greatest vivacity vivacityis
is I demanded from the actor who nppearlin appears appearsin
in them in order to compete with the natural naturalforces nUluralforlEri naturalforces
forces as understood by the eminent Ameri American Atuerican ¬
can manager The vivacity of the sky skyll skytor skyfor
for Instance is almost unparalleled and andlI and andlight
ll light ht no sooner goes g > l es out in one corner than thanit thanIt
it peeps Pee1 out In another The very earth earthopens larthopens earthopens
opens and shuts and there is apparently apparentlynot
not an inch of his canvas in his theatre theatrewhich theatrewhich theatrewhIch
which does not palpitate OH the reviewers reviewerssay
say IIl with actuality actuality1Possibly actuallt actualltPi actualityPossibly
> Possibly Pi < 8ibly the reason for this very plain plainspeaking pllllnspenkln tilainspeakIng
speaking is that Mrs 1 Craigie once John JohnOliver JohnOliver JohnOliver
Oliver Hobbes is an American though thoughbom thoughborn
born in Boston No Io matter she hOI risen risensuperior risensuperior risensuperior
superior to her 1 early superiority In praising praisingthe
the man mantreun Tram California In London Londonthey Londonthey Londonthey
they speak of The Darling of the Gods Godsus
us if the Oriental imagination of Mr Tree Treewere TreeWlre Treewere
were Its progenitor Qccaslonally Mr MrlWascos Mr1llIn8coII Mrhielascos
lWascos name appears in the many hlatecritical heated neatedcritical heatedcritical
critical controversies contrownleswhlol1 which are aroused arousedby arousldby arousedby
by the production The afa ltlldevotls devotes an aneditorial anflitorlal anetlitorial
editorial column or so to the question of the thuJapanese theJapanese tueJapanese
Japanese color It seems that some someone Bomeone someone
one once connected with The Geisha Geishaproduction Gel leishaprothtctlon ha haprodlction
production objects to theBelasco the Belasco flowers flowersflowers fiowerlflowers flowersflowers
flowers that so they say IIY bloom out of sea season 61aIon seaeon ¬
son Does the pump and washtub theory theoryof
of realism still hold hodsway sway In England EnglandIf
If there are many man sad faces in thus tI the theatrical theatrical theatrlcal ¬
atrical community communltythls this morning In Philadel Philadelphia Phlladellhla PhiiladelPhia ¬
phia lhla there are others Only Onl over there in inScrappleville InScrapplcvilc InScralplevilIe
Scrappleville the war is a merry one No Nomore Nomore Nomore
more advance adulatory notices In the theSunday theSunday theSunday
Sunday newspapers or else eJ pared uway to toa toa toa
a mere skeleton no more free tickets for fordramatic fortlralnatio fordramatic
dramatic critics and no more critical amia amiabilities amlahllitles aniiahihitlea ¬
bilities Each man has girded up his loins loinsand loin8and Joinsand
and is ready for the fray No quarter is1 is1to Isto IHto
to be given or taken We believe the air airwill airwill airwIll
will be cleared by such a storm We be bellove be1I0ve behove
hove that instead of being ben too harsh dra dramatic dramallo dranatio ¬
matic critics are too lenient We believe believethat believeU believethat
U that In the interests of the public blood bloodihould broodhould bloodshould
should bo spilled and then plays would woulthnproyo woukiimprove wouldimprove
improve in quantity quantit We do not agree ngrreHltogether agreeIIltogl agrcealtogether
altogether IIltogl < ther with Mr Ir Winter that the theatre theatreis
is going goin to the deinnition bowwows but butwe butwe butwe
we cannot help acknowledging that the situ situation situallon situatlon ¬
ation is bad enough Now is the time to totry totry
try a drastic done of the great modern modernlaywrlghta lIIodernJlaywrlg1lts modernplayvrighits
laywrlghta Ibsen Strindberg Maeter Maeternck Maellrinck Maeterlinck
linck nck Shaw and ant the rest The eyes of the thepublic thepuLllo theJiubhia
public would be opened as was the Ignor Ignorance IgnorIInctJ lgnoranee ¬
ance of the musical world rudely dispelled dispelledby dispelledby dispelledbytho
by bytho the bi hill hiVagnerawakeningInl8485witIi hiVagnerawakeningInl8485witIiAnton Wagner Wa ner awakening in 188485 188HI5wlth 188HI5wlthAnton with withAnton
Anton Seidl of blessed memory at the con conductors COIIductors conductors ¬
ductors desk Up > to that time Wagner WagnerWM Vagnerwas
was a thing to frighten trl hltn children with as asIbsens asibsens
11181 Ibsens < ns name still is in America AmericaMuch AmlrlcaIueh AmericaMuch
Much naive surprise has been expressed expressedby exprltlRe exprltlReby
by people kept in tint dark as regards the tiiemuster theml1Sllr themaster
muster works of contemporary Conti Continental ContlnllItal Continentah ¬
nental dramatists dramatistsThere dramatiRtsThere dramatistsThere
There is more gory melodrama in one oneShakespeare oneShakesplarc oneShakespeare
Shakespeare play with madness and lust lustthrown lustt
1 thrown in than in all the Ibsen plays playsTho playsTho playsThe
Tho trouble is but few care caretodiscover to discover this thisfor thisfor thisfor
for themselves the managers never neveri nevorl nevorlSomA
I i Some day there will be a stampede from fromthe trornthe fromthe
the theatres where brainless English come comedies comedieR comedies ¬
dies representing unimportant incidents incidentsIn
1 In the lives of well dressed < idiots or French Frenchforces Frenchfarces renchrarces
forces with a mess of vulgar Intrigue are aredaily aredaily aredaily
daily offered And some day dayperhap8 dayperhap8an perhaps perhapsan
an entire new school of actors and actresses actresseswill actreilBellwill actresseswill
will be formed to interpret a noble literature literatureof
of the drama that is practically a dead deadletter dladlotter dead deadletter
letter to the American nation Every time timeIbson timeIblell tinioIbsen
Ibson is mangled mnn led by amateurs it means a awthack aIetbl1ck atetback
wthack to the cause Given an adequate adequateami ade < Juato JuatoDnd
and worthy presentation the bogey man manerected manerected manerected
erected by prejudice would resolve itself itselfH
Into > H lh thn figure of the l greatest I drurnatlHt drurnatlHtInce tlrumatbitsince tl1 tl1since
since Molitro Moli Molire1enrik rolIenrlk Henrik Ibsen IbsenSlMMER IUllenSlJUlEll IbsenStlI31fR
SlMMER 31VSIC MAY 1 COME DhIl HIGH HIGHInlnn 1110111nlnn 111611talon
talon Iroposal to liaise Hates natl811110 MIO 10 a Pla Plar PlarAllo PIacrAlso > r rAlio
Also to Pay Oclrgatrg More MoreTim MoreThe Iorl IorlThl
Tim Musical Mutual Protective Union Unionknown Unionknown Unionknown
known aa Local Ioca1310 310 of the American Federa Federation Fe Federation era eratlon ¬
tion of Musicians will act on several new newpropositions newpropositions newpropositions
propositions next Thursday lhurs ay evening Ono Onoproposal OnnPropo Oneproposal
proposal Propo nlls Is l to raise the union rato of wages wagesfor wagesfor wagesfor
for musicians playing at summer resorts resortsfrom resortsfrom resortsfrom
from 125 25 to 35 a week for regular mem members memhers memhem ¬
hers of orchestras This would mean from from
1250 250 to 500 riO increase In the weekly cost of a aband abnnd aband
band according to the number of pieces pieceslallY 1ieOeRMany piecesMany
Many of the union members oppose this thisin
in tlio belief that many proprietors of sum summer summtr summer ¬
mer resorts rcsor would try to get nonunion nonunionplayers nonunlonplayerR nonunionPlayers
players if the plan should go into effect
Other proposals proposa l are to increase InCI < 880 the pay
of milking 1llkin delegates from 500 00 to Si000 Si000each 1000 1000jach 1000Rch
jach each Rch for the season and to demand half pay
for union musicians in cases where they
are unable to play on account of rain The Theinemljorn
last proposal is looked on with favor by the theJnlmlfM themflembera
inemljorn hut the attempt to Increase the thepay thepa thepay
pay pa of walking delegates elegntesle In not fopular fopularUIt popular
Tim UIt ii American Federation of 0 Musicians
Is agitating l1pitatin for a new rule to bar from the
union ion all I 1 members who are enlisted mem memM ¬
ber bers M of till United States Army and Navy NavybThe
bThe Hie members of the military and naval
hands are not paid enough to live on com cornortahly
fortahly rOTlail > so they take outside engagements
lit t union rates ratesnubbin rnteslIobbln ratesiIoIIln5
nubbin Residence to Be Remodelled RemodelledPlans lIemodtlltdPlanR RemodelledPlans
Plans have been filed with the Building
Bureau for the remodelling and enlarge enlargement enlalgement enlargeIent ¬
ment or tho five story residence at 1031
fifth nvdiite I > 1I1Ie owned by Mr Mrs Helen C Hub
bins A fi rear stable on the lot Is to bo re removed remOIf1 remflOVet ¬
moved and IIn < l an extension of five stories storiesHI
hulU HI Riving Iil1J the remodelled edifice a total
depth of 121 fret A now IIOwCoJonlal Colonial facade fa adt >
is to it IK lie
erected and the interior recon reconJctfd
Jctfd The improvements are ° re to cost CstIrxn costi
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Kaiser Wilhelm del Greene when she reached reachedthla reachedthi8 reachedthis
this port yesterday that one of the women womenpassengers womenplllllngers womenpassengers
passengers had been In a poker game on onboard onboard onboard
board and had made winnings which would wouldstrike wouldstrike Wouldstrike
strike envy deep into the soul of Doo Owen OwenThere OwenThere OwenThere
There wasnt the slightest intimation of ofcourse otcourse ofcourse
course that the lady had resorted to Owen OwenIsms OwenlamB Owenbans
Isms IsmsThe lamBThe bansThe
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aa their heroine The other passengers say saythat Baythat saythat
that Mrs Fuller would have been interest interestIng IntAJrestl Interestlag
lag l even though she he had ha never played playedcards playedcars playedcards
cards cars She is tall tal and has classic calo features featuresand featuresand featuresand
and a very calm manner Somebody Somebodydescribed Smebody Smebodydescribe Somebodydescribed
described her svelte svelteTho svelteThe
describe figure fgur as 1 selt
The voyage of the Kaiser Koler was WI exceed exceedingly exoe exceedingly ¬
ingly rough and very yeryfew few of the women womenfound womenfound womenfound
found it I comfortable omfortnble to t leave av their state staterooms stat staterooms ¬
rooms Mrs lr Fuller Fuler found no difficulty difculy In Ingetting Ingeting IngettIng
getting geting around arund around every day There Tere were wer so sofew 1 sofew
few women in the Vienna cafe1 ca caf that there therewas ther therWI therewas
was WI great competition cmplUton for the pleasure plelure of ofher ofher ofher
her company cmpany And she did play cards cardsShe cardsShe cardsShe
She played well wel If I she played plye poker pker she shewouldnt abewouldnt he hewouldnt
wouldnt admit It when she arrived nrrlve here hereBut heroBut lucreBitt
But various variou occasional ocional venturers venturrs from the thedisabled thedisabled thedisabled
disabled sisterhood siterho below reported rprtnot rprtnotwihout reportednot reportednotwithout not notwithout
without wihout some jealous jealou acerbity arbltythat acerbitythat that she shewas chewas he heWI
was WI winning scandalously atcasalno at cllno cassino and andhearts andhrarts andhearts
hearts heartsOne hrartsOne heartsOne
One of the four men passengers pllgers who whoparticipated whopaltcipatcd whoparticipated
participated paltcipatcd In the tle two or three thl games which whichMrs whichIrl whichMrs
Mrs Irl Fuller ul r played grinned grinne when he was wasasked wasUflte wasasked
asked Uflte about the reports rlport of othlr her princessly princesslywinnings prlnclly prlncllywinnlng princesslywinnings
winnings winningsShe winnlngHhe winningsShe
She soaked Bake < 1 me all al right he said She Shewon Sheon Shewon
won on a 1 whole seven swn francs franc from frm me in two twodays twoday twodays
days play And I think I was wa wa the heaviest heaviestloser heavle heaviestloser t tloser
loser in the cosolno cllno game As A to hearts heartshe heartshe heartshe
he smiled tlmUe vaguely and turned slightly slgbtyaway slgbtyawayfrom away awayfrom awayfrom
from from his hi maiden sister sitr who was wa hovering hoveringnear hovring hovringnfnr
near their baggage baggage1 I cannot say sayREQUESTS saylEUUESTf say1flqjUEsTS
REQUESTS lEUUESTf OF 0 o1 MRS URf SEGUIN SEGUINlOOOO
8100 lOOOO to Establish Etbllih a Scholarship at the theRoyal thelIoal theHoat
Royal Academy Aeadel of Music MusicThe lUnaleThe MusIcTIme
The will wi of Mrs rs Maria C Seguln of this thlacity thi8city thiscity
city who bo died die at Svendborg Denmark on onOct onOct onOct
Oct 24 last was WI filed fIed for probate prbale yester yesterday Yeter Yeterta yesterlay ¬
day ta It makes make a bequest euett of 10000 100 to the theRoyal theUoyal theRoyal
Royal Academy of Music London Lndon to bo boused boused beused
used as a fund to be e known as 1 the Edward Edwardby Eward Ewardand Edwardand
and Anne Seguin 8holarshlp scholarship to be aware awarled awarledby
by competition competton to vocalists vocalst I IUnited bor born In the theUnie theUnited
United Unie States StatE or Great Britain not being beingor
or over evr having been ben students stu enll of the Academy Academyof Acemy Acemyot
of Music lu lcand and between the ages IIgO of 17 and 22 22To 22To
To 0 the Sheltering Shelterng Arms Arm in this city ciy a abequest abequest abequest
bequest of 10000 is mode me and 5000 50 each eachto eacbto eachto
to the Home for Old Men and Aged Age Couples Couplesand Couple Coupleand Couplesand
and the Society for the Relief Relef of the Desti Destitute Dest Deetitub ¬
tute tit tub e Blind BlindTo Blnd BlndTo BlindTo
To Miss 1IsII Charlotte Charlote Mathlesen Mathieen of Svend Svendborg Svendborg Svendborg ¬
borg Denmark are left the Ie wearing wearng apparel appareland apparelnOi appareland
and nOi jewelry of the testatrix totatrlx and 1100 110000 110000The 10000 10000The
The will wi reads read in reference rferenc to this legacy legacythat leaoy leaoythat legacythat
that it Is not an adequate adeuate measure meaure of my myaffectionate myaetlonate rayaffectionate
affectionate aetlonate appreciation apprecaton for her friend friendship trlendohip friendship ¬
ship and fidelity fdelty to me meA meA meA
A trust trt fund of 130 30000 is established etbl8hed for forthe for forthe forthe
the benefit of Edward R S Seguln Sgin of ofIndianapolis otIndianapols ofIndianapolis
Indianapolis Indianapols who also alo inherits the residuary residuaryestate rlduary rlduaryestate residuaryestate
estate and Mrs Segulns collection colecton of ofpaintings ofpaintngs ofpaintIngs
paintings paintingsPARSIFAL paintngs paintngs1AlISIFAI paintIngsIitIlSIFitL
PARSIFAL AT THE OPERA OPERAThe OPERAThe OPERAThe
The Seventh Performance Perlormane Attended Atpndld by byAnother hyAnothe byAnother
Another Anothe Large Audience AudienceTlie Audence AudenceThe AudienceThe
The seventh senth performance of Parsifal Pa rs I tal at atthe attho atthe
the Metropolitan Metropltn Opera Opra House loue last night nightwas nightWI nightwas
was WI attended by a great gat audience audienc and was wasaccompanied wa waaccompnied wasaccompanied
accompanied accompnied by the familiar famiir Incidents Incident of ofthese ofthet ofthese
these thet representations repttntaton Speculation Spclto as a to tothe totbo totime
the causes cuses of the continued contnud popularity ppularity of ofWagners ofWOKnerl ofWagners
Wagners WOKnerl last Ilt work raigVt be continued continuedbut ontnued ontnuedbut continuedbut
but It seems wholly h01y needless needess No lyric lyrioproduction Iyo Iyoproduction lyricproduction
production was Wl ever before bfore so successfully successfullyadvertised succSfuly succSfulyadverlld successfullyadvertised
advertised adverlld and It I will wi take tke the whole of ofthis otthis ofthis
this season Ieaon to exhaust exhut the sensational Bnsatlonal ex expectations expecttons cxpectations ¬
pectations pecttons aroused aroud In many my thousands thound of ofminds otmid ofminds
minds mid The true test tst of Parsifal as a an anart anart anart
art work will wi come when It takes tes its Is place placeIn
In the regular repertoire r prtolr and Is I forced forcd to todepend t todepend
depend depnd upon its is unaided merits to attract attractaudiences atract atractaudiencs attractaudiences
audiences audiencesMore audiencs audiencesMore
More benefit beneft might be gained gane from a astudy astudy astudy
study of the impersonations impersonatons offered olered by the theartists theartstB theartists
artists artstB engaged engae < 1 in the performance performaoe did didthese didthe didthietie
these the show evidences evldencE of growth grwth But Butapparently Butapparenty Butapparentiy
apparently apparenty all al concerned concered have exhausted exhaustedtheir exhuted exhutedtheir exhaustedtheir
their of analysis and their
powers pwers ability abilityto abity abityto
to enter into the emotional emotonal secrets serets of the thework thework thework
work Mr 1r Burgstallers Burgstalers Parrifal Parlfal baa ba the thesame thesame thesame
excellences and the shortcom shortcomings shortcomIngs
same excelenlo same sme sbortom sbortomIngs ¬
ings as it had at the tle first frs performance performanceThe perormance perormanceThe
The singer slper moves by his hs great earnest earnestness ernet ernetne earnestness ¬
ness ne and the peculiarly peculaly penetrating penetratng quality qualityof qualy qualyof
of his voice His facial expression h
faial expresion i ex extremely extremely cxtremely ¬
tremely poor In significance signifcance and his posing posingcontinues poslncontnue posingcontinUod
continues contnue to show the pernicious pericious influence influenceof Infuence Infuenceot
of the witch Wlel of Bayreuth Miss IS Weed Weedwas Weedwas
was WI the Kundry last Int night and ad was wa on onbetter onheter onbetter
better heter terms than usual with the pitch pitchHer pltb pltbHer pitch11cr
Her powers of dramatic dramatc delineation delneaton how however however however ¬
ever showed no Increase IncreaseThe Incre1e Incre1eThe IncreaseThe
The other members of the cast wero the thesame theMme thesanme
same as a heretofore The flower girls were werea
a little lte uncertain In their work last night nightbut nightbut nightbut
but such tuch things will wi happen In the best bestregulated bOt bOtregula bestregulatel
regulated regula led flower fower gardens JardenN The orchestra orchestraplayed orhetra orhetraplayed orchestraplayed
played with wih great vigor but hero was wasan WI wasan
an unusual unusulI amount of roughness Mr MrHertz MrHertz MrHertz
Hertz conducted con ucted capably capablySEATS capall capallIUATS capablySEATS
SEATS SOLD AT IlltF 11LF PRICK PRI E OUTSIDE OUTSIDEFor OUTSIE OUTSIEFor OUTSIDEFor
For the first frst time since sinc the first frst per performance perfonanc performance ¬
formance fonanc of Parsifal the speculators speculatorswho specultors specultorswho
who swarm in front of the Metropolitan Metropolitanof Metroplan MetroplanOpra MetropolitanOpera
Opera House had n a hard tie time Jetng getting rid ridof ridof
of their stocks of ofsab seats Previously Prevlolly tho thoSIO thesin
sin 10 places plCS sold sld without difficulty difculty at atprices atpricl atItrices
prices pricl Itrices ranging from 20 to t 30 3 But yester yesterday yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon afrron at 445 45 oclock oclok orchestra orchestrascats orchestrasats orchestraseats
scats sats were sold sld at 5 half the te box office officeprice ofce ofcepric offtceprice
price pric and anc the anxiety of die speculators speculatorsto spculators I
to t sell sl them subjected subjctd purchasers purca to t an aneagerness anpaJernCS8 aneagerness
eagerness that threatened treawne physical vio violence vloImic yb ybleimce ¬
paJernCS8 lence Imic The audience audlenc seemed some as a large largeas
as at the previous representations reprsntaton but butmany butlany butninny
many lany occupants of orchestra orelstr seats feat paid paidhalf pai paidhalf
half prices prlCs for them themMany themlany themMany
Many lany of the speculators spculators attributed attribut the theslump theslump
slump hi I the te demand for high priced prc seats seatslo sat
lo 0 the fact fnt that even audiences anxious anxiousto
to hear M Parsifal now wanted want only to t hear hearthe hearthe heartIme
the best singers In the cast castJULIA castn castJULIA
JULIA n MARLOWE hOME IIOMECame 10MI 10MICale hOMECaine
Came Cale Away A From rom Sunny Sunn Italy 1IIIy to Get Warm Warmand Warmand arm armand
and Is Heady for Work WorkJulia 1orkJulia ork orkJula
Julia Jula Marlowe who arrived arived home yester yesterday YOtr YOtrday yeaterday ¬
day on the belated belDtd Kaiser Wilhelm Wihelm der derGrosso delGro derIroese
Grosso Gro may return retur to tho stage Btge this thsprlng thsprlngHer spring springHer springHer
Her health healh la 1 good after her Mediterranean Mediterraneantrip Meditrrnen Meditrrnentriu
trip and ad she wilt wl consult conult today toay with wth Charles CharlesFrohman Chales ChalesFroha CharlesFrohman
Frohman Froha and C B DUHngham DilUnghs about ap appearing ap appearing ¬
pearing paring In a new play this month monthI
I went away to t get warm wa said ed Miss MisaMarlowe Mi MiMarlowe MissMarlowe
Marlowe and that Is why I have hvo come comeback comeback comeback
back No more sunny Italy Itly for mo You Youthink Youthink Youthink
think I look thin Im Im not Im Im only onlyshrunken onlyIIlrunklm onlyshrunken
shrunken IIlrunklm from the cold I booked bked passage passagefor Plge Plgefor Passagefor
for a Mediterranean trip tip Intending Intnding to come comeback comebaek comeback
back on the same se steamer Rtener but it was so socold sacld socold
cold cld the th morning we were to start strt for homo homothat hoe hoethat hornothat
that I couldnt bear ba the thought of getting gettingup geltng geltngup
up and I missed the boat Each Eh successive successiveHtop sucsive sucsiveItOP successivestop
stop ItOP after afer that was Wi colder than the one onebefore onebetore onebefore
before and I am a glad gld to get back bk te where wherewarm wherewhen wherewhen
when It Is cld cold there ae are at leat least mean means 0 0getng ogetting
getng getting warm New York sunshine sUDhlne Is good goodIn goo goodenough
enough for me meIn meIn
In the thl Austrian Ambassadors Amlaadara Honor HonorMr 10not 10notMr HonorMr
Mr and Mrs MI J Norman Nonn de R White Whitehouse Wle Wlehoul Whitehouse
house houl of 223 2 Fifth avenue gave a dinner dinnerlast dlnnlrlaRt dinnerlast
last night for Baron Dron and Baroness HroneR von vonHengelmullor vonHengllmulrr vonHengelmuller
Hengelmullor Hengllmulrr the Austrian Austr Ambassador Ambassadorwas Amolldor Amolldorand
and hl lila wife who ar are her hero from Washing Wohlngton Washington
ton for a rortnlghts Iortnights vilit visit Te The def dinneF dinneFwas
was W8 followed tolowe by music
iARNARD BARNARD BARHAR SHOWS HER Bf UIBS UIBSVIEW LMBSI LMBSIVIEW UISIVIEW
VIEW OF COLLEGE UNDERPIN UNDERPINNINGS UNDERPINNIN UNDZEPINNINGS
NINGS NIN S FOR WOMEN ONLY ONLYMale ONLYIlale ONLYMale
Male Ilale Reporters Rprter Sternly Sta1 Shut Out of the tlwBarnard theHunsrd
Barnard Bard Theatre TheatreWhat eh1t Wtmt Listening LtotontngLew Ls LsL ListeningLow
Low L Heard Her Thrown T th te the Do D DorLdY DorLdYCFIUOI c Lady LadyCritic
Critic CIUN AH Bald ki It Was Excellent ExcellentIf
If I Lady Ly Godiva had ha been ben making her herfirst herflrt herfirst
first flrt appearance appar no in this thi country in The 5TheCoventry Th ThCoventry TheCventl °
Coventry Cventl Ride at the Barnard Bnr College CollegeTheatre CollegeTheatre
Theatre Theate there could coud have hav been ben no stronger strongerprecautions stner stnerprcauton strongerprecautions
precautions prcauton against againt Peeping Peepin Tome than thanwere thanwere thanwere
were taken ten there the yesterday yetray afternoon atron when whenMattre whenMaite whenMaitre
Maitre Maite Patelln Patell and Robert Rbert Louis Lui Steven Stevensons Stevn Stevnsns Stevensons ¬
sons sns three thre act melodraato melodramatic farce far Ma Macabre Macaire Macaire ¬
caire were produced pruc for the benefit beneft of ofthe otte ofthe
the te college collegeEven clege collegeEven
Even staid and ad respectable rlspotble reporters reportersarmed reprrs reprrsane reportersarmed
armed with complimentary tickets and andthe andtho andthe
ane wit cmplientry tckets
the best of references refernc were kindly kidl but butfirmly butfnnly butfirmly
firmly fnnly turned tune away This Thi was probably probablydue prbably prbablydue
due to the fact fat that thlt threefourths thrfouth of the thecharacters te techaractrs thecharacters
characters charactrs in each ea play wore male and all allof aUof allof
of the parts were taken tken by Barnard Bnar alumn alumnOne alun alunOne alumtvnOne
One Listening Low Lw vouches for the fol following followig following ¬
lowing lowig being wafted out to t the corridor corridorduring coridor coridorduing corrIdorduring
during duing a moment when the theatre theate door doorwas doorWI doorwas
was WI open openFemale openFemale openFemale
Female Voice folceCharles VoiceCharles Charles Is not my son sonOmnns 10DOlnos
Omnns Feminine gasps and exclama exclamations exclamatoos1 exclamationsh ¬
tions toos1 tionsh Oh no he Is not my son Perhaps PerhapsI l >
I should have mentioned mentoned It before beforeSecond betoretecad beforeSecond
sir Second tecad Ihoid Female Voice VolcI VoiceI I am Ul1 not your our son sonsir 800sir sonsir
sirFirst
First Irst Female Fttale Voice VolceOh Oh no far from It ItThird ItThird itThird
Third Female Voice VoiceThen olceThen Then who the devils devilsson devUs80n devilssoil
son be he heFemale heelllte heFemale
Female elllte whisper just Inside Inide the door dor
How well wel she looks loks In them And Ad no 10 natural naturalshe
she lie might II < ht have worn them all al her life lifeNothing le leNothing lIfeothlng natura
Nothing further was heard head by the th ban banished bn bnished banislied ¬
ished sex lX until unti the ladles of the audience audiencewhich audlenc audiencewhich
which was wa a large lage and distinguished distngish one onebegan onebgan onebegan
began bgan to file fle out Every Everyone one praised prisd the theperformance theprformaC theperformance
performance prformaC for its It artistic atstc excellence exclenc and andthe Id IdIhe andthe
the intelligent Intellignt sympathy sympthy with which the theactresses theactre8S theactresses
actresses actre8S interpreted interprtd their parts pt Both Bothplays Bothpluys Bothplays
plays will wi be repeated re t for women only
this thll afternoon and Saturday Sturay
The atrnoon cast Clt of Maitre Mate Patelin Patln a fifteenth fifteenthcentury ffenth ffenthontury fifteenthcentury
century ontury comedy cey translated tanlt from the French Frenchespecially Fenoh Fenohepolaly Frenchespecially
especially epolaly for this tbl production producion by Evelyn EvelynOsborne EVllyn EVllynOsborne EvelynOsborne
Osborne and Ellinor Elnor T B Endloott Endictt both bothBarnard bth bthBrnard bothBarnard
Barnard Brnard 1000 10 was wasMuter wa waMater wasMaaterPeterPateilnawyer
Muter Mater MaaterPeterPateilnawyer Peter Patelln PlleUalaer lawyer A O Calm CbD IMS IMSWllhelmlna IG 1505Wilhelamlna
Wllhelmlna Wlbelmlna hi hIs hiawifeA wire A 0 J Bamberter IMS IMSWilliam 1 1Wilam 1003Wlitiain
William Wilam a draper K t Alsberg 1be 1WJ 1WJJudge I IL 1003Judge
Judge M L L Elton EIOD 1901 111
Lambkin Lmbkin a ibepnerd abep abepterdH er n U J 1 Roger Rorer 1803 1803Macaire 11 1003Macaire
Macaire Maca Ire presented prented for the first frt time timein timeIn timein
in this thi country by permission priion of Charles CharlesScribners Charlel CharlesScrlbners
Scribners Sons Son was wa played with wlb this thl cast castRobert castRobelt castRobert
Robert Macalra A O Ware Warl 1903 1903Bertrand 19 1903U
Bertrand Brrand A O Celia Can 1903 1903Dumont 10031iniont
Dumont 1lnlool the tb landlord A Stlllwell SIUhnl 1809 1809Charles ISO 1590Charles
Charles Dumonta supposed auppsedaDK aonK Armstrong Arstrolr 1903 1903Gorlot 10 1903Goriot
Gorlot Orlol H 1 M Rotors ROiOI 1003 1003Marquis 113 113MarIUI 1903Marauls
Marquis MarIUI Charless Cbaless Cbarle father K Osborne Osbore 1000 1000Brigadier 1I 190031
Brigadier U M Drew ism ismNotary 181 Isuiootary
Notary olal otary E F Alsberc Asbrr 190J 190JKrnestlne 1903Emeatine o
Krnestlne ymetne Gortots OorOIs daughter M O Townsend Towlend 1901 1901Aline 111 111Alne 11101Totten
Aline Alne B Totten TOlen 1902 1902Among IIZ IIZAmong 1902Among
Among the patronesses of the benefit benefitare bneflt bnefltare benefitare
are Mrs Irs John Jacob ptroneBe Astor Ator Mrs Mr Charles ChaIeR B BAlexander BAlexander BAlexander
Alexander Mrs Mr Walter Waler Damrosch Damroeh Miss MissJeanette Mi MissJeanette
Jeanette Gilder Glder Mrs Burton Harrison HarrisonMrs Harison HarisonMrs HarrisonMrs
Mrs E H Harriman Mrs J Frederic FredericKernochan FrederloKemochan FrederIcKernochan
Kernochan Mrs Robert Rbrt B Mlntnm Mintur Mrs MrsClarence MrsClarenc MrsClarence
Clarence Clarenc Mackay and Mrs Mr Henry HenrySellgman HenrySellgmanWONDERS Seligman SeligmanWONDERS
WONDERS COMING CO11O FOR CONEY CONEYSixty CONEYSixty CONESIxty
Sixty Elephants Fep1nti 12 to Shoot Sloot the Chuffs Chuffsand Cutta Cuttaaul Chutesintl
and aul a Steamer Steame Load of Oddities OdditiesFrederic Odlf OddlileeFrederic
Frederic Frederc Thompson Thompsn of the firm frm of Thomp Thompson Tomp Tompson ¬
of Luna Park ParkConey ParkConey
son Dundy proprietors propretr Lna Pak PakConey
Coney Island lsnd got home yesterday yeterdy on the theKaiser theKaier theKaiser
Kaiser Kaier Wilhelm Wihelm from a a trip trp over ove a part of ofEurope ofEurope ofEurope
Europe a stretch of North Africa Afrca and Id a abit abit abit
bit of Asia As beating beting up new attractions attratons for forthis fortbls fortitle
this summer sumer In I Morocco Moroo he had ba a personal personalaudience persnal persnalaudence personalaudience
audience audence at Fez with tho Sultan Sult who sold soldhim 11d 11dhim soldhim
him twenty Arabian Arablan barbs barb with wtb fifty fiftyfoot ffy ffyfoot fiftyfoot
foot pedigrees pedigree from frm his Majestys Majetys private privatestud prvat privatestud
stud studMr
Mr Ir Thompson says sys he has lured lure a com company company cornpany ¬
pany of fifty ffy Rifflans rms representatives repreenttve of ofthe ofthe ofthis
pany the wildest wldet tribe trbo of Arabs but really realy his hismost blsmost hismost
most sensational sensatonal find fnd has been b en a troupe troupeof troupeof
of twelve plunging elephants which will willshoot wi willslmoot
shoot the chutes chut down do a seventyfoot sventyfoot chute chuteand chuteand chuteand
and dive dve into Int a pond pondand pondHe pondHe
He h has brouht brought a par pair of hybridszebra hybridszebraand
and Shetland Shetand pony crossed craBdthat crossedthat that have been beentrained bea beatraned beentrained
trained traned to t drive dvo pny and has ha booked bke more mr than thanfifty titanfifty
fifty fty European Europen acts at for various varous periods period of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the summer sumer In I the te rings of his hs circus clnus at atLuna atLuna atLuna
Luna Park beside besde tr trA trapplfB ad and paa paapheraU pars parsphernalia
pheraU phernalia for h his sptal spectacle the Durbar DurbarA
A steamship stemshp will wi sail si from Bombay Bmbay on onMarch onMarh onMacelm
March Marh 1 with wth sixty elephants elephant twenty tety camels camelsand camelsand camelsand
and troupe of 300 80 natives natve of ornda India for The TheStreets TheStreet ThieStreets
Streets Street of India Ind and the Durbar and andtheyll IIl1dthe andtheyll
theyll the 1 all be at Coney < ney when warm wam weather weathersends wetber wetbersend weathersends
sends send the folks there thereLAST tere tereInUT thereLAST
LAST OPERA SINGERS SI GERS HERE HEREFinnish HEREFnnlab HEREFinnish
Finnish Fnnlab Soprano Soprno and Bonmanlan Ronlanan Tenor TenorFamous TtnorFaluoua TenorFamous
Famous Conductor Arrives Arrhe Too TooThe TooThe TooThe
The belated blate Kaiser Wilhelm Wihelm der del Grease Groseebrought Grose Grosebrought Greasebrought
brought to this country the last lat recruits recruitsof rcrlte rcrlteof
of the Conrled Conrle Opera Company Cmpany In Alno AlnoAckt6land Alo AloAokt6Iand klnoAoktfiland
Ackt6land Fran Frn Naval Nav l who are ar to appear appearIn pJar pJarIn
In the French operas oper8 Felix Felx Welngartner Welngartneralso Welng rner rneralso
also arrived yesterday yesteray on the Kaiser Wil Wilhelm Wilhelm Withelm ¬
helm der er Grosse He Is l the most eminent eminentof
of the younger German Gnnan coaductora and andcomes andcomes andcomes
comes to direct lrt the next public pulc rehearsal rehearsaland rehearsaland
and concert of the Philharmonic Phiharmonlo Society Societynext Societynext SocIetynext
next week at Carnegie Hall HallMme Hal HailMme
Mme Ackte who is a Finn slight alght blond blondand blnd blndad blondand
and ad graceful has been singing at the Grand GrandOpera GrandOper GrandOpera
Opera Oper House in Paris slnKnA where wher she made her herfirst berfirst herfirst
first appearance five fve years yers ago She went wentto wentto weuitto
to the apperance Hotel Woodward Wodward ajo She has sung sunr
in Paris Pars Nedda Juliette luleI Etna E1Ja Marguerite ifarjueriteand Margert Margueriteand
and Elizabeth Eliablh In private prvate life lfe she Ihe Is the thowife thewie thewife
wife wie of Dr Renvell Henvel a lawyer of Helsingfors HelsingforsFran
Fran Naval Nav the Roumanian Rumanln tenor has hasthe hl hasthe
the right to add ad his family famiy name nme of Pogacnik Pogacnikto Poganlk Poganlkto
to his hl title ttle but does doe not take advantage advantageof advante advanteot
of tho privilege priviege He le shatters all al tradi traditional tradllonalldel traditional ¬
tional lonalldel ideas of the looks lok of a tenor tenr by being beingthin big
thin slight Blght in figure fgure and good god looking loking lookin lookinHe
He sang lang first frst at the Stadt Theatre Thetre in Frank Frankfort Fank Fankfort Franfort ¬
fort and an then went to Vienna Vlel where for forseveral torseveral forseveral
several years yers he was wa the principal lyrlo lyrlotenor lyrlotenor Iyriotenor
tenor of the Imperial Impril Opera Opa House He Hewill Hewi Hewill
will wi be heard herd first a week wK from tomorrow tomorrowin tomorow tomorowIn
in the afternoon afternoonCOPS nfernoon afternoonCOPS I
COPS COPf OFF THE ELEVATED ELEVATEDOnly EI ATED ATEDOnly
Only Sent ent There to Teach Tech the Company Companya
a Lesson Says Sya MoAdoo MoAdooPolice MoAdooPolce MoAdooPolice
Police Polce Commissioner Commiloner McAdoo yesterday yesterdayannounced yesterdayannounced yesterdayannounced
announced that the fortyfour policeman policemandetailed pliceman plicemandetaied policemandetailed
detailed detaied to the downtown stations stton of the theelevated theelevated theelevated
elevated railway rnlway would be withdrawn on onFriday onFriday onFriday
Friday night nightI
I never intended to make the police polce guard guardon
on the elevated stations Itaton permanent prmannt he heexplained heexplained heexplained
explained I wonted wated to show sho the public publicand publo publoand pubiloand
and the company what the latter later could do doin doIn doin
in the way war of protecting protctng their patron patronOf patrons patronsOf
Of course courl I have no power pwer to compel compl the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company to put uniformed unifoned men on the thespecial theplatorms theplatfortna
platorms platfortna for this duty but If they wapt waptspecial
special 1 lnl police plce they can get them themThe tbemThe themThe
The present presnt guard grd will wl be b withdrawn withdrawnon ihdawn ihdawnOD
on Friday Fiday night As to whether such a aUTUtlUll agn aguard
guard 8 as ths this or a simil similar one paid sc d by bythe
the gn copay company would aor afford the pUblo puhlio pr pro proteotion
teotion the PublIO itself Is the best
tton UTUtlUll no I publo UV = D 001 JllUgO JllUgOafter judge judgeafter judgeafter
after the experience exrienc of this week weekI
I do not want the opinion to prevail prevailthat prevailthat
that I did dl this to help the road I did proval not notI
I thought thouAht that the officers ofcrs of the company companyarid oompanyand companyand
and the public publo needed neded an object lesson and andI
I gave it to them themFreed themlireId themFreed
Freed lireId From the Count de Horenttc HorenttcTho Horlnte HorlnteThe SorentteThe
The marriage marillg of Henrietta Ballly Dly of ofWest ofWest ofWest
West Fourth street strt to Auguste Marie MarieJoseph MarieJosph MarieJoaephm
Joseph Josph Count Cunt de Sorentte Sorntte alias ll John Joh Doe Doewas Do Doewas
was WI annulled anuli yesterday by Supreme Court CourtJustice Cur CourtJustIce
Juto Justice Blschoff Bichof The Count Aut disappeared disappearednoon dip ared aredlon
noon lon after afer the marriage and nd it was alleged allegedthat aleged alegedtht allegedthat
that tht he was a sham Iham marg Count CountWomen Cunt CuntWomen CountWomen
Women Go Through Trouah the Subway SubwayA Sub SubA
A party prty of twenty persons half hlf of whom whomwere whomwere whomwere
were women made the trip through throuAh the thosubway theIIWIY thesubway
IIWIY subway yesterday yeterdav as a tho guests gllts of Con Contractor Contror Contractor ¬
tractor tror John B McDonald McDnalr At the 125th I25thstreet 125thItrM 125thstreet
street ItrM station Imton the party puty entered fterr sleighs sleighsand sleighsnnd sleighsand
and drove to the Claremont ClDreront Hotel Hote where whereluncheon whoreluncheon Wherelunchen
luncheon lunchen was served sere
PUBLICATIONS PCT I
HURRICANES HURRIANES SLOW BIG BI SHIPS SHIPSFIERCEST SfPS SfPSFEICEiT SHIPSFIERCEST
FIERCEST FEICEiT TEST YET OF OCEANIC OCEAIOAD OCEANIOANn OCEANICAND
AD GREAT OIEAT KAISER KAISERThe KAl11 KAl11The
The Mlille bie Star Monster Lost Lt a Piece Pece or oIler oIlerAle Her HerAfter HerAfter
After Ale Hall naiThe hallThe The Kaiser Kallr Carried trrlt Away AwaySix Awa AwaSix AwaySix
Six Ventilators nUItor Which bleh Halt Rattled led Things Thingson
on Heck leekIeay heckheavy Heavy Gal Galf Gales eg Every Day DayWeather DayWeather DayWeather
Weather unparalelled unpreled In logs of winter winterbluster wintr wintrbluster winterbluster
bluster halted hate two of the tie mightiest mightet liners linersthat lners lnersthat linersthat
that ever ploughed through trugh seas sea atumble atumblefrom atumblefrom atumblefrom
from continent contnent to continent the White WhiteStar WhiteStr ThiteStar
Star Str steamship Oceanic and tho North NorthGerman NorthGerman NorthGerman
German Lloyd Loyd express exprs Kaiser Wilhelm Wilhelmder Wihel Wilhelmder
der Grosse both in yesterday yeatrday nearly nealy two twoday twoday twodays
day behind their pleaat pleasant weather weatherschedule weathershedule weatherschedule
schedule shedule The Oceanic Ocac 7 days and 6 hours hoursfrom hoursfrom
from trm Queenstown Queentown docked doked last lat night Ice Iceclad 10 Iceclad
clad cla forward forard The Te Oceanic Ocanlo is l wallelded walleldedwide walde wallsidedwide
wide wie and deep and ad also a has bilge bige keels keelsto kels kelst
to t keep her from rolling rllig but even at that thatshe thatae thatshe
she ae was W8 a bit unsteady unstey under the continued continuedassaults oontnued oontnuedau1s continuedassaults
assaults au1s of hurtling hurl seas sa a few of which whichwere whichwere
were lofty lofy enough enouh to t climb cUb aboard carry car wlcb wlcbwere ¬
log Ilg away about fifteen ffton feet of the tle after afterrail atr atrral afterrail
rail ral There were gales every day some someof someof someof
of them permeated with wih hail hal and ad snow snowOn snowOn snowOn
On Tuesday the blastwas blat blast wa was of hurricane hurricaneforce hurlcl0 hurlcl0toro hurricaneforce
force toro and ad the te ship made mae only S43 miles milesher mile milesher
her engines engine being blnl slowed slowe down at times timesto Ur
to less les than half hal speed speedAmong speedAmong
Among the tle Oceanlos Ocealos spe passengers pasngers were wereW werev WereW
W v T Campbell Campbll Walter Wiiter H Chambcrlln Chambfrln
Madame lradame Balfe Gen McCoskry Butt But Morgan MorganDavis Morgami1avia
Jlorlnu JlorlnuHavis
Davis E A A Denhnm H 1 Emmons W II IIHarrison H HHarrison
Harrison Uarrhln J B Iflmay ISIY W w B Jeffrey Jerr Y A I J JForbes JIorbe JForbes
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Noire NOPI W V U I Olberman Oborman A P Ball Ri J Arm ArmHtrong ArmItrong Armstrong
strong Itrong Huwllna Ruwlna Sir tlr Charles Ross Rosl Bart Ba Lady Ldy
Ross John Stewart and the Hon lon A T J I Luwley LuwleyOen Lwley LwleyGD Lawleyden
den Butt time In
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Informally Informnly Inspctng Inspecting the Kaisers Kalers army
He says fays the cases caes of cruelty Clelty reported rported in inthe inthe I
the German Gnnan Army Any are not typical tyicl of the theservice thelervlc theservice
service lervlc but are ar exceptional excptional He heard heardthat heardthat heardthat
that German Gnan officers ofors were getting gting extended extendedleaves extendedIlaves extendedleaves
leaves of absence abeno and that rumor rmor was wascurrent W8 wascurreimt
current cUlnt that they Intended Intende to offer oler their theirservices theirarlos theirservIces
services arlos to the Mikado Oen Gn Butt But Bays Baysthat Inysthat saysthat
that hU hi observation obration led him to believe beleve that
England Europe EuropeThe Eglad Is the only friend America has ha in inEurope InEurope inEurope
The North Norh German Gra Lloyd liner ner Kir Kaiser
did not have ha a pleasant pleant day on her pro protracted protaced protracted ¬
tracted taced trip of 7 days dy 12 hours hoursand hour hoursand
and 23 minutes miute She Is a twentytwo twentytwoi tW ntyhvQ
i knotter knotter In pleasant weather but this trip
hor hourly average avrage dropped down to
1742 Her commander dropped Capt Cpt Cuppers Cupperswho COpper Clipperswho
who had only nly about fifteen fneen hours hour of sleep sleepafter sle sleon sleepon
on the voyage voyagewent went to tohis hi brh berth immediately Immedlatolyafer immediatelyafter
after afer he put the big ship in dock The Theworst Thewort Timeworst
worst wort of the transoceanic trnsoceanlo lambasting lambltng was on
Monday when the ship ran afoul aoul of a cyclone cyclonewhich cyclonewhich cyclonewhIch
which kicked up seas BI that tht came ce from so somany somny somany
many mny directions dirctons that it was W8 Impossible ipo6lble to tododge todode tododge
dodge dode all al of them One carried cred away six sixventilators sixvenillDtors sixventliators
ventilators sending snding them tumbling tublng along
the decks deckscreating creating cratng such a racket rcket that some somebody somebedy somebody ¬
body circulated crclted the report rporthatthe that the theship ship lphd lphdrolled had hadrolled badroiled
rolled out one of her massive maive funnels tnnel In Intheir Intheir Intheir
their flight flpht aft the ventilators ventltors were wer able ablea ableales ableallies
ales allies of the al seas In smashing skylghts skylghtsand skylights skylightsand
and bending stanchions Not mor mere than thanI
a third of the passengers pangers showed up for formeals formeale formeals
meals even on the best bet of the bad b days daysAmong daysAmong ays aysAmong
Among the Kaisers lers passengers plllgers were wereQtifttav wer wereGustav
Qtifttav GUltav Klederleln Nleerleln who has ha charge chael of
the Philippine Jhlppte exhibit oxhbl at tho St Louis Louisexposition LouieeXPosltlon Louisexpoeltlon
exposition Fred Frt Thompson of the Luna Lln Park ParkIwajd Pak Pakabow Parkshow
show Jul Julia a Mulowe tie time actress Theodor
Iwajd German Oerma Commlutonvrdmeral Commloner acre 0eral Theoor to
the St Louis Jlul fouis Exposition EXl toa and Baron BaQ Yon o on Feraen jln Farsenof
of Russia RUlawho who la travelling travlnr wltn itl hU hi hi mother mothera motle motherand
and a sixfoot Ilxtoot Coaaaok Coaaok attendant attendantMr attldat attldatMr attendantMr
Mr Nledorloin is 1 just from Madrid MrldWher where
he succeeded sucded in acquiring acuiring the ethnological ethnologicaland ethologicl ethologicland
and metal collection colecton of Alvarez Alarz Guerra Guer
formerly fonerly Spanish plnlh Governor Goveror of the Phil Phi ¬
ippines Them are 3000 30 pieces piec In the col ¬
lection lectionORPHAXS lecion lecion01WH4 iectlonORPII4NS
ORPHAXS 01WH4 r HOME TO THE TH BRONX BRONXEpiscopal BRONXEplcopl BRONXEpiscopal
Episcopal Eplcopl Institutions Intutona Property Proprty Down Downown Do Dotown flowntown
town own Has la Passed ed to t the N Y Central CentralThe ctl ctlTho CentralThe
The Orphans Orbans Home and Asylum Alu of the theProtestant theProtetant theProtestant
Protestant Protetant Episcopal Epiopa Church Cur has ha bought boughta
a plot of fourteen touren lots Iot on the te west side sideof aideof
Wjt sie sieof
of Convent avenue extending extndin from frm 135th 135thto l usthto
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to 136th street strt an a sitefor eltlor a new n home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The institution Inttuton Is I now In Fortyninth Forynt street streetbetween atet atethetween Streetbetween
between Park and Lexington Lxingtn avsnues
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Its property there was sold some time
Is propery WI Uml ago agoto qoto agoto
to the New York Central Cntr The Convent Conventavenue Cnvent Cnventavonue Conventavenue
avenue kite Ite wan W8 purchased from John O OBaker
Baker Bker who It 1 Ie understood unerstod represents representsCharles representsCharles prltl
Charles Carlls T Barney BaMY The deal was wa negoti negotiated negotla negotiated ¬
ated a d by Horace HoraC 8 Ely Ey < k Co Douglas Dougl
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Hit Bride Whom WhomlleSwlndle1Ua He Swindled May Ask for foran foran foran
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Supreme Suprma Court Cut Justice JUtiO Marean Mara In Brook Brooklyn Brok Broklyn Brookiyn ¬
lyn appointed appinted Max Mantell ntU of 180 18 Prospect ProspectPark ProspectPark ProspectPark
Park West guardian gurdia ad a lltem ltem for his hi wife wifeRose witeRse wifeRose
Rose Rse Eatelle Etele Mantel Mantell yesterday yestray In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that she may bring brng an action aton against agait Albert AlbertM
M Fragner FrRnr Ernest Enst C Brower counsel counl for forthe forlhe forthe
the Etna tna Indemnity Company Cmpany and the thetna Ulewa theAtzia
Atzia tna Indemnity Company to recover recovr two twopieces twopiecs twopieces
pieces piecs of real ral estate estt at Fifth Fith avenue avnue and andFifteenth antiFifteenth
Fifteent Fifteenth street tet Brooklyn Brookyn which whlel ant she sheowned iha ihaowne he heowned
owned and which she alleges
owne a whlcl so alge Fragner con conveyed ccnveye eonveyed ¬
veyed veye to t Brower without consideration considerationlast conslderl1ton
When FrRner Fragner wa was aentnc sentenced on Mon Monday av avlt
last lt his hi bride to t whom he had been married marriedonly marrleaonl marriedonly
only onl two weeks wek denounced his hi conviction convictionas cnvicton cnvictonI
as I an a injustice Injulc Yesterday Ytra she changed changedher chaD changedher
her mind and threatened thratened to t bring action acton for forthe forte
the te annulment of hor marriage maige She was wasShe wasa
a widow when she ho marid married Franer Fragner lieI her hername
nae name being Drty Dorothy Kainer Alexander
She Se was 18 a daughter daWter of the tlO late lt Otto Ott Kalner Kalnerwho Kaner Kanerwho Kainerwho
who left his hi three tr daughters dautr 110000 100 each eachin eh ehIn eachin
in bonds bona Fragner Falner secured scur 120000 1000 worth worthof wortho worthof
of o bonds from tom Camilla Cil and Edith lth Kalner Kalnerwhich Kainr Kainrwhic Kainerwhich
which whic he withheld witel from frm them Then Ten he hebecame hebee hebecome
became bee engaged engage to t their tlOI widowed sister sisterMm IIlstr IIlstrM sisterMnt
Mm M Alexander Aexader who had ha 10000 worth of ofuoe ofbonds ofbonds
bonds on deplt depolt In te the vault vauhteof of the Prod Produo Produce
uoe uo Exchange Deposit Company in Man ¬
hattan hattanShe hatt hattanShe Eag Dpsit Cmpny
She permitted Fragner Franr to t have 5000 of ofthese ofthe
these the on pmltt which whic he heas lav gave her a fae take mortgage mortgageas 10
as 8 security rlty Still Stl Stiilbelieving believing belein him hll to mortae t be not notguilty notulL notguilty
guilty ulL she ae went ent to t the te vaults vults with her heruncle heruncle heruncle
uncle Hugo Wanltelius Walelu of 105 101 Berkeley Berkeleyplace Iterkeleyplace rkeley rkeleypla
place pla on Wednesday Wonlsay When she opened openedtlie openedthe
the safe she found fOUd that the bonds se as openlt well wellas wellas
ae 8 wll
as a other oter papers had disappeared dlppellr She Shebecome Shebecame
become bece hysterical hytrical paprs denounced denounc Fragner Franer and andthreatened andtlreatne andthreatened
threatened tlreatne to t begin a suit at lt once ono to t have haveher haveher hareher
her marriage mi to t him hll dissolved dislved on the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
for that that felony felonyDistrict he was serving rvlng a term ter of Imprisonment Imprisonmentfor bnprllnment bnprllnmentfor
District Ditrict Attorney Atorey Clarke of Brooklyn has hasheard ha hasheard
heard of other oter persons who were victimized victimizedby victimi
by bT Fragner One prn of these thls Is Henry Sacks Sacksof Sckl Sacksof
o of the United Unitd States Stts Optical Optcal Company and andFragners andFragners andFragners
Fragners former forer partner partntr exCongressman exCongressmanMitchell exCongressan exCongressanMithel exCongreiasrnanMitchell
hands handsOVR bandsOrJR handsOUR Mitchell Mithel May also alo have suffered suffert1 at lt his hi hibands
OUR SITE BEST NOT OT GROUTS GROUTSBoard OROUTSDoard GROUTSBoard
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Board of r Education Educton Asks Estimate EUmate Board Boardto
to Turn Trn the Comptroller Down DownThe Dwn DwnThe DownThe
The committee commte on sites site of the Board Bard of ofEducation ofEucaton ofEducation
Education Eucaton wants want the Board of Estimate Estimateto FAtmato FAtmatoto
to purchase purohle the school shool site in East Et Eighty Eightyninth Eghty Eghtynnth Eightyninth
ninth nnth street stret in spite of the fact fnt that Comp Comptroller Comptrailer ¬
trailer troler Grout has ba found another anotwr location locationnot loaton locationImot
not two blocks away which is nearly twice twiceas twlooa
as a large and can be bought for a lower lowerfigure lowerfgure lowerfIgure
figure fgure President Rogers Ioger of the School SchoolBoard SchoolBar SchoolBoard
Board Bar sent snt a committee comritte report dealing dealingwith delllg delllgwith dealingwith
with day dy the matter mater to Mayor 1ayor McClellan McClelan yester yesterday yesterdy yesterday ¬
The committee comitee thinks that the site sug suggested su suggested ¬
geted gested by Mr Grout Grut U I not so s desirable dCrable as astho l asthe
tho one It originally originaly named Some of ofthe otthe oftho
the members of the committee comitte visited visitedMr visied visiedMr visitedMr
Mr Grouts Gruts lots and found a line lne of trucks trucksthere trucktlthee trucksthere
there thee waiting wtng to embark on a nearby ferry ¬
boat They also al think thQk the ground rather ratherlow ratler ratlerlow rallierlow
low and give a few other reasons reln8 against againstTlie agninsti againstThe
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The le report reprt asks akR the he Mayor to have the theBoard thoBad theBoard
Board Bad of Estimate tmato reconsider reonsl er Its It action ntlon in indisapproving Indllpprvng indisapproving
disapproving dllpprvng the Eightyninth Egbtyninth street stret site siteMr alteMr siteMr
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