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I TIlE ClIOJrN Pll PRINCE NESll sii WS AI AISTAOE t tSTAGE
STAGE HERO IN A NEW LIGHT LWHTGeorge LIGHTGeorle
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George nrotdhurils New Satirical and andHoniantlo andRomantlo andfloiunttO
Honiantlo Fnts foaIIWY r Mrtli With In Initant 10Itant Indant
itant Success nt t the th West End Endfleal Endflealflumor Ueal UealHumor Re 1 1Humoral
In It ItThe ItThl ItTh
Humor Humoral M a Well u Sentiment
The Th Crown Prince a atoilr four act aCtsatiacal aCtsatiacalIommtle satirical satiricalromantic eatIricaLiomantlo
romantic fantasy flnta y by George H Broad Broadhurst Broadhurst Broadhuit
at the West WestEnd WIIJtEnI1hatrc WctEnd
hurst was wMproduced w produced lost night a
End EnI1hatrc Theatre Tliflt Harlem It proved a success successfive sucooeafive eucoosfive
five minutes after the curtain had risen and andizrew andnrew andgrow
grow in Interest until the final ono had hadfallen hadralen hadfallen
fallen George H Broadhurst untU this thisnttempt Ullsattempt thisattempt
attempt had never indulged in the heavy heavyrhivalric heavyd heavyhlvalric
rhivalric d lvalrlc d la Scott or the mock medkeval medl medhevalo val vald
d o < j la Anthony Hope So his extremely extremelyclover extremelyclQer extremelyvlover
clover handling of material that has hll literally literallymolt literallymlll literallyurnlL
molt to heaven because of its staleness stalenessa
was a a pleasing surprise surpriseHe
He secures romantic atmosphere by bykeeping byI byheeplng
keeping his principals in masked ball coa coaiume COliumc coaumet
I
iume then though they belong to our ourday ourd ourthey
day d > they are located In I one of those fan fantastic fantvllc fantatic
tastic littio litU kingdoms not on tho map first firstdiscovered finltdiS firstiiSCOWefll
discovered diS < orrcd by George Geor Jt6 Meredith In Ir Harry NHaylljchrnoflti HarryRichmond HarryJUchmond
Richmond pmca then followed by Robert RobertLoiM RObertLOIII RobertLOth
LoiM Stevenson and Hope 110 po But Mr MrUnmclliiirst MrlJloaclhul8t Mrlltoaclhurst
Unmclliiirst does not indulgo In too much muchpolitical muohpolitical muchpoijUcal
political intrigue His is a virile little play playsinpwy playI
I r sinpwy in > y mid swift in action actionThere actionThrA actionThem
There is i a queen in it it1 as lovesick for her herreal herren11oer herreal
real ren11oer lover as a was va Karl Heinrich who wont wonto
10 o OM Heidelberg She is betrothed to a ato aDuke aDuko
Duke hl too Is in love with an ideal woman womanio
110 to they meet without 1thou knowing knowin each othors othersidentity othorsidentity othorsideiiltly
identity with tho usual resulting compli compliC10ne compllcations complIeations
cations cationsOne eationsOne
C10ne One of them a duel with a false and a areal areal areal
real highwayman involved is so funny an anincident aninddent anincident
incident that it is alone worth the trip to toHarlem toHarlem toHarlem
Harlem Some of the adventures that fol follow folIcn follQi ¬
low Icn border on the land of operetta yet et the thefantastic thefantastic thefantastic
fantastic touch is I never JleYEr absent and the theauthor th thauthor theauthor
author is I never too serious seriousBwt serious seriousBt seriousflet
Bwt of nil is the fact that James Hackett Hacksttwho Hackettho
who ho has the chief role r le has an opportunity opportunityto op rtunlt rtunltto
to unbend lflbcfld and shojv what capital stuff stufffor stullfor stufffor
for light comedy there Is in him No more moreMr moreoodenfaced morecoodenfacod
oodenfaced Indian heroes alter this thisIr thislir
Mr Ir ILickott HLlck tll I His comedy work in Acts Iand I Iand Isod
and 11 was admirable and his lovemaking lovemaklngas
as ardent as ever everFor everFor everFor
For a first performance this moved on onrapid onrapid onrapid
rapid pinions There were no hitches no nolone nolong nolong
long intermissions and an audience that thatKive tbatfor thatfor
for size and general enthUllla enthusiasm m coulet couletie could couldgive
give ie points to many of the downtown downtownCharlotte downtownhIWS downtownhnes
hIWS hIWSCharlotte hnesCharlotte
Charlotte Walker was wasil a comely heroine heroinenml heroinennr
t and nnr the other roles r les were in good hands handsBrleham handsBrfRham handsBrigham
Brigham Royce as the real knight of the theroin theroui theroan
roan calls for or special mention Joseph JosephBrennan JosephBrannan JosephBrsnnan
Brennan was the villain whose wiles were werecircumvented wereciroumvented werecircumvented
circumvented by the ready wit of the light lightlietrted lightlurted lighthietrted
lietrted hotheaded irresistible Crown CrownPrince CrownPrlnco CrownPrince
Prince of Morantia Mr Broadhurst has haswritten haswrillen haswritten
written a popular little play playTWELFTH playTnELFTIl playTWELFTH
TWELFTH NIGHT NIOHTA IOBTA
A New ew York ork Audience Welcomes Viola ViolaAllen ViolaAllen Iola IolaAUrn
Allen In Her New Production ProductionTho
Tho company with Miss Viola Allen at atit atIt atit
it head which has met me with so much success successIn
In a revival of Twelfth Tw lfth Night In many manyother manyother manyother
other cities appeared last evening to good goodadvantage goodadvantage goodadvantage
advantage at the Knickerbocker Theatre TheatroMLts TheatreMill Theatrek
k Mill jj Allens admirers filled the house com completely completelr completely ¬
pletely and upon her Initial appearance appearancean
an Viola iola she was welcomed with much muohIotoorlill muchJ
goodwill Throughout the course of the theplay theplay theplayshe
J play playshe she was applauded with great liberality liberalityand
and in the audiences manifestations manlfc tatlons of ofappreciation otappreciation ofappreciation
appreciation aU the members of the com company company cornpany ¬
pany shared The staging and costuming costumingof
of the play are attended to with treat par partlcuLulty particularity
tlcularity and skill The scene In Violas Violasgarden iolasgarden
garden U a fine setting as n is the servants servantsroom senulltsroom servantst
t room in Olivias palace palaceJohn palaceJohn palaceJohn
John Craig was the Oraino OrlJ no James Young
Stboiitian C Leslie Allen Antonio AntonioClar AntonioClaronce Clar Clarence CJarence ¬
ence Hondysido Hondy idq Sir Toby Tob obV Belch Frank FrankCurrier rank rankCurrier raliitCurrier
Currier Sir Andrew Andr 1D Aguccheek John Blair BlairJfolrolfo malrUalrolio Blairfalrohio
Jfolrolfo Edwin Howard the jester ester Miss MissZeffla MissZma MissZefila
Zeffla Zma Tilbury Tibur Maria and Miss this Grace GraceKlllston GraceElstonOlt GraceEiliston
Klllston ElstonOlt Olivia The other members of the thecast thecst thecast
cast cst were Robinson Robinsn Newbold Newbld Percy 0 0Warren 0Waren 0Warren
Warren Waren F Porcival Pochal Stevens Frank Fk An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews Robert Tate F J Bennet and 0 W WAtwood Wtwo V VAtwood
Atwood AtwoodThe AtwoodThe
two
The Te company was wa competent cornoetent to the de demands de demands ¬
mands mnds made mde upon It and the comedy comey was wasperformed wasperfore wasperformed
performed perfore in the most enjoyable enoyable fashion fashionto faSion faSionto
to the great geat pleasure plere of last lat nights audi audience audienC audienee ¬
ence enC
PLAYS PLn AND PLAYERS PLAYERSBig
Big 01 Sale for The Te Pits Pts Oaenlng OuenlcIlow OuenlcIlowOld OaeningIIow OaeningIIowOld How HowOld
Old Is Ann AnnDrmaUud AnnDrmaUudWiim AnnDrsmaUzed AnnDrsmaUzedWilliam Dramatized DramatizedWilliam
William Wiim A Brady says say that tt there has been beena bn bna
a record rord breaking advance sale sle of seats seatsfor seatsfor seatsfor
for th thl the opening openng performance perfornce of The Te Pit Pitat Pitat Pitatthobyrlc
at atthobyrlc the Lyric Iylc with Wilton Wion Lackayo LckYo as a the star startomorrow str startomorrow I
tomorrow tomorrow night The advancesalo a ancome is 110 11000 11000for 11000or I Ifor
for or the engagement egagement the largest In the history historyof
of Kkinner the te theatre Including the AdaRehanOtia AdaRehanOtiaKkinner Aa Ada RhaOtls RhaOtlslldnner RehanOtle RehanOtlehknner I
lldnner engagement engagementThe enHgomentTo
The To question queston Ulow How Old Od is Ann A has been
dramatized rratzo and ad goes go on tho stage at White Whie I
Plains Jln tomorrow tomorw night nght Barney Brey Gerard Gerardthe Gera Gerardthe
the author makes make Ann a mischievous mihievous little littleplrl lte littlegirl
girl > Irl who refuses refso to go to school shol The Thehchool Theehool 1 1fhoolluthorito
hchool fhoolluthorito authorities got after acer her to punish punih
her but must first frst find fnd out how old she 8e he 1s 1
Complications ComplcaUoD result resultDaniel rCult
Daniel Frohman Fohn has ha hasreceived received reeive from Israel Isrl
ZangiviU Zangwi the manuscript of his hi new play
The SerioComlc SrioComic Governess GoveO in which whloliceilla
i creia ecilia Lof Lofus Loftii tus will wl star atr next season 8aon appear ¬ I Iing
ing at the New Lyceum in September Tho Thoplay ThopIl Thoplay
play pIl Is founded founde upon a short story of Zong
tV upn stor Zlg
wills willsAt Hi 1s 1sAt S SAt
At the Actors Fund Fnd benefit beneft on March Marh 10 10viola 10ilola
viola ilola Allen Alen will wl appear In a new oneact oneactPlay oneat oneatpay onerntplay
Play Another new play written wittn for this thisevent thisev thisevent
event ev nt entitled entte The Ily March Marh of Time by
Cordon Lennox Lnnox will wi also alo bo presented presentedand presente
and a there will wl be b other othe interesting Interetng features featuro
to be b announced announce later laterflJMND InterGIlNDOPEnt laterGR4NDOPEBA
flJMND GIlNDOPEnt GR4NDOPEBA OPERA HOUSE lOUSE STILL SHUT SHUTMiyorU SHUTiors
I
M MiyorU iors yo Committee COnmltee Wouldnt P Pan w It I but butMay buta butMay
May a Do So S o T6d Tia TiaThe Today TodayThe y yThe
The Grand Opera House was WI rcinspcctod rcinspcctodyesterday rlnpeot reinspectodyesterday
yesterday yestrday by the te committee commitee appointed by
Mayor McClellan McClelan to look after afer thesafety thesafetyof thesaety thesaetyof the safety safetyof
of the theatres teatres and the te committee said the thechanges thecange thechanges
changes cange demanded were not far enough enoughndvanced enoughIvnncd enoughSdvancecl
I ndvanced Ivnncd for them to report rport that the thetheatre theteatrQ
theatre teatrQ was wa wn safe lafe That ended all al idea of ofgiving of11lcg ofivingaperformaneo
giving 11lcg ivingaperformaneo a performance of ofAChjneso A Chinese Chinele Honey Honeymoon Honeymon Honeymoon ¬
moon mon there ther lost night The doors dor of the
theatre th ltre were locked Inckedbut but the box office ofce will wU
be open today
Workmen WorkeQwere Workmegwero were kept at work in the theatre theatrea theatreal
a al all night It Is hoped that by today the theMbostos theabcRto theasbestos
asbestos abcRto curtain cutin and the skylights will be
In good shape shap and the house houl skylghts will wi be In b ¬
spected ptod again a ai ain Dr Walter Water Bensol Benl wi of the thethat
Ilayors layorl investigating committee
mVOtgatng says ya
that todays Inspection Inspton will wi take tke place pl e at
jo 0 oclock clock clok in plenty of time tme to get the thomittee
Mal Mayors yors prmlSlon permission to r reopen pon If the com
mittee m tc s report is favorable
HurtlgSeamon Hurtg Iurtlg k Seamon amon hope to t have the changes
hoP he
ijemandcd lemanded emande in their Music Hall finished ohnges to tort
day Then Th n they thywllak will ask that Hal it be fnihed Inspected Inspected4v
rt The 4v e chanKfsTat chnges changes at the Princess Prlncl inlpte Madison Madisono ladl0n
Squttre and
ulrl Vaudevie Vaudeville theatres will not
le lie o finished tlnl hed for several days daystartwo dayCrl daysCaruso wi
Caruso Crl o and Sembrlch Sembrlcl at the tie Opera Operahod OpcraDonizetts OperaDonizettis
Donizetts Donizettis comic I opera LEIisir
Iopr
opr LElllr LElllrrAmore
rAmore iAmore had its 11 final fnal performance prforane for
the present prsent season spaon at tho Metropolitan MetropolitanI
I Opera Opra House Houle flou last Jat night nlpht Mr Metropolt Caruso Caro U I to tosig tosing
sing sig hU hl addio adlo aEdgardo I Edgaro in Lucia L4I to to ¬
morrow night and without him there H i
tere
no ollxir Ilr of love outside of Tristan Trlil und
fold HO le was WI not in the best bst of VOle volo
In at L night Ho seemed be
eeme to t b somewhat somewhatr
Id hut hn8anJclke he sng sang lke like an artist tfat noverthe novertheifi
nevertbe nevertbeI
r Mme T rme
Sembrlch brich
ifi ifiMmp cn > was in excellent con cone
I litton lon I Rnd fj her Adina Adinawns the
moet ba
WI m0t bl
I witching Itchlnp of couettel Coquettes Mr Scotti WM a
Scott
valiant IJan SergI BecoTe Rekore and Mr Rosl 110351 a
0
DUkanrc D
peddled potions and
thamltra pedle potons pulled puUedtWII pulledI
I t teeth with trnpt trwnpct obliat obligato qult quite a as nyc nycI uc ucv
I e ccseful1y v isfulyw tWII tWIItrnpt y a a heretofore he tofor
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PRIZE lZE IZE IZEMartha JPLAY fEODUCED fEODUCEDMartha
l JIAy fi lOED lOEDrarthaMorton
Martha rarthaMorton MortonConhelmi hetI jTIU Trlaraptf b of oflove1 f fLe 1
love1 Le Jlea Makes Uke a > Poor oop or immttfmv immttfmvMartha IZ Initelo IniteloMartha
Martha Matha Morton now nowMrsCone nowMrsConedeto Mrs Conhclni Conhclnidelivered Conhelindelivered
delivered deto her maiden mden speech Ipoeh before beor a large largeand1 lae laeandentusltoaudlenoe largeand
and andentusltoaudlenoe enthusiastic e audience atthe at theCltilon theCltilonTletryc the Criterion Criterioni CilterionTheatre
i Theatre Tletryc yesterday teiay afternoon It Ua wa was wasneat a aneat a aneat
neat little lte speech epech not nt absurdly aburly modest modestand Qoet Qoetand ulodeatand
and neatly neaiy capped by a a misplaced mlpl quotation quotationfrom quotaton quotatontrom quotationfrom
from Nietzsche Nletzohe Miss Morton thanked tanke her herlisteners herlltenerstor herlisteners
lltenerstor listeners for fo their friendly trlenif and w very ver en encugln en encouraging encouraging ¬
couraging cugln applause applauseThe appluo appluoThe applauseThe
The occasion oaion of both address addrea and ap applause applauso ¬
plause plaue was wn the production prouoton of The Triumph Triumphof Triuph Triuphf
of f Love Lven Lovoa a very dAnnunzlp dAnnunlo like lke title titlefor tto ttotor titlefor
for such an inartistic Inartlstotorl formless place phea pheafour a afour
four act drama draa that won the tb 1 S 590 O prize prlzaoffered prizeoffered
offered oler by the Theatre magazine magaine Tho ThoJudges M MI heI
I I Judges judge were William Wiim Seymour and F Marion MarlonCrawford MarionI
i I Crawford wtorj both bot seasoned se 10ned by b y experience experiencePrize e oxper1encePrize xperle noe noePrze
Prize Prze contests cntets seldom lead led to satisfac satisfactory natisfaOtory ¬
tory tor results rsults We know what prize prze sym symphonies 8ym 8ympbonie symphonies
j phonies pbonie pictures picturs and pigs usually WuU mean meanand mon monand mcaifand
and plays p ys are no exception exept n to tothe the fatal fataltrule fatl fatlrule fatalrule
trule rule that tt genius geus may my be b stimulated slmulteb slmultebpvery by bypoverty bypoverty
poverty pvery and yet not quickened qulokene by the theprospect theprespt theprospect
prospect prespt of a mechanical mechncal reward The TheTriumph Te TeTriumph TIieTriumph
Triumph of Love Lve will wi not bear bea too close closestudy closestudy
study It I recalls rcls an tn oldfashioned oldfa8lone daguorro daguorrootypo dguerr dguerrotypaweet daguerrOotyposweetly
otypo otypaweet otyposweetly sweetly sentimental sentmntal tedious tc u and andfaded andfadod nd ndrade
faded rade Miss MIl Morton who usually usualy relies reliesupon r reliesupon
upon upn German Germn dramatic drmto authors LArrange LArrangeCharlotte L Arnge ArngeCarlote
Charlotte Carlote BirchPfeiffer and others seems seemsto seemato
to have hvo abandoned abndone them the for such suc old favor favorites fvor favoritts ¬
ites Ie as a Augusta AURsta Evans and Mrs E D EN ENSouthworth ENSuthworth EANSouthworth
Southworth Suthworth All Al the types typs are musty mustywith mustywih mustywith
with wih the dust of the Union Unon Square Sue Theatre Theatrestock Theatrestock
stock stok company days and plays P Y8 The T Th dia dialogue d dialoguo ¬
logue is I stilted stited unnatural ulturl prosy lengthy lengthyand lengthyandl lengthyand
and andl literary err There are yards ya of dis discussions di disousalons ¬
cussions ouealon about abut Womans Womns Higher Moral MoralNature Mol MoralNature
Nature and Mans Loftier Loter Intellectual IntellectualSomething Inteletul InteletulSomething IntellectualSomething
Something or Other Oher Every word wor seems seemscapitalized sms smscpitalzd seemscapitallzed
capitalized word onedrama drama
cpitalzd every ver except excpt one onedrama
There was WIS little Utte enough of that tlat very ver neces necessary nes nessr neecssary ¬
sary sr quality qulty throughout thughout the afternoon afternoonMiss aferoon
Miss Morton still sUl lives lve6 in a little ltle dream drm ¬
land of her own ow she se is lean an optimist optimsta optimista a worthy worhy worhyatttudeamlle worth worthattitudeand
attitude atttudeamlle attitudeand and she still sti observes oberves life lfe through throughtheatrically thrugh thrughthetricaly throug
theatrically thetricaly tinted tntedgla glasses Her people are areall areall
all 01 lay ly figures tlureSj the the breath brath of real pple even of oftheatric otthetric oftheatric
theatric thetric life is I not in them At given mo moments moment moments ¬
ments ment they spout sput volubly banal banl gven senti sentiments sentiments ent ¬ I Iments
ments smart smar epigrams eplgmm and the usual usualis Uual usualphrases
phrea phrases we fnd find In ldynovelsts ladynovelists pages pagesThe es i
Te The Idea of her herplay pIny that a mn man my may p fd fdthe find findthe
the worldof pltcwei poilticsweil lost for loe
is I not a bad bd thesis theis but i as told circuitously crcutouly
in patchy episodes and with wih a half hun hundred hundre hundrei ¬
dred dre extraneous etrneous and useless useles happenings happeningstho
happnlgl
we cught caught no tre true dimple elimpee of drm drama unt until untilthe
the close of Act III II where as the man mn
lay shot shothl his affianced alnced bride brlre realizes realze that thatanother thatanother thatanother
another woman womn has a I prior pror claim clm And Andthis Andthis nd ndthis
this recognition recopnlton deftly defly made mde by the nat natural naturl anttIlill ¬
ural url art ar of Carlotta Crlota Nillson Nlson proved pro to be the thebrief
brief moment the e faint chest of a dn dramatlo n
Who ho is responsible ropnlble for this dramatist dramatistconception damatit damatitconception dramatistsconceptionof
conception of a mans club we do not know knowYet knowYet knowYet
Yet such congregations of blackguards blackguardsand
conggaton blkgards blkgardsand
and freaks freak doubtless doubt0 may exist exit where men uteribandy
bandy about the names nam of their wives wJve In
jest j t In drama of the lofty loftypurA purn Brooklyn Brooklyntype Brooklyntype
type they make mlke your teeth teth click cick Not a asingle asingle asingle
single interesting interotlng man or woman vom n does do tho thoauthor thoauthor theauthor
author set before us u not a 1 big human humanscene1 humanIcene humansceno
scene1 Icene not even is i atmosphere atm0phcooked atm0phcookedI evoked
The characters oharaer despite the th610eal local allusions alusloM1 aIlusio aIlusiobelong
I belong to the No o Mans Land Lnd of Theatrical TheatricalI
I Limbo LimboThe Limb LimboThe
The performance prforanca was M uneven and often
ofen
I dispiriting diplrltng After Afer the fatiguing fatpulng first frt act ac
during which hlch wo were kept in a mental mentali
j i fog the action acton narrowed narwed to a few persons pPlons pPlonsbu personsbut
I but bu spread spred again agin in the third thir and in the thefourth thefourth
fourth wound up In I sunshine uDhln and bathos btbos
Minna Mina GuleEvans GuleEvans GuieEvanswas was WI the thohoroine heroine heroie and her heroldfashioned heroldfashloned
oldfashioned 0ldf3hlone methods mehods and monotonous monotonouselocution monotonouselocUtion
elocution well vei matched matche the words put in
her mouth Miss M Nillson Nlson had ha wor little ltte to do
but kept it wthin within the region rgion of reality realy
i I Grace Hiking lklns as I n I very ver artificial arifcal society societywoman soey soeyI societyI
t I woman woma wore pretty gowns looked pretty prettyrightfully rety
I In them and pled played in a an arfl artificial key keyrightfully
keY
rightfully rllhtuly enough enoughMaclyn onoujh onoujhlldy enoughMaclyn
Maclyn lldy Arbuckle from frm Wallacks Walacks was wasa wasa
a master Iter politician pltican and acted the part to
ito Ii capacity capoiy He was W ate authoritative authoritativeI authon1tlve p
I dignified di nifel and altogether alogether admirable alllblo Wit Wit11am ¬
liam Harcourt Harourt deserved deerved every ones sympa sympathies sympathies ¬
thies U e He Ht has hl had ha somu hard roles r l sypa this tnUwinter thll thiswinter
winter especially I lalr in Whats Whta the Matter lIttr
I With Wih Susan but this thl hero 10ro goes goO further furtherthan turher turherthan furtherthan
than DitrichEtoins Dtrlch6tlns He is ordered to love loveto loveto
I to marry mar to eat drink drnk and ad orere bo b merry by
hb hi political polical boss b Ho is I a slave Ho Horecalls 10 10ral HOrecalls
recalls ral vat at once several loveral figures fgur hi German Germannovels Grman Grmanplay Germanplays
plays and novels of the military order I
play noe mitar
1 No American Amerl ant however poisoned Ine by politics politicsin pltcs pltcswould politicswould orer orerNo
would st stand such olous odious dicttolhp dictatorship
Mr Coutenay Courtenay fny finally rebel rebels and lke iiko Ouald Oswald
in In Ghosts Ohosl cries crie The sun > But it is isonly IsonlT isonIT
only moonshine moonshineK monhine
K 1 1 F Mackay Makay was wa very ver bad b In a very ve bad badpart ba badpart
part pa Of the rest of the to futile fute exits exit en entrances entrances ¬
trances trance chattoringa gesture geturo noise noi and andrant a andrantis
rant rantil rantis is there need to describe them all l
tere nee derb tem aU
The le Triumph of Love U II tho worst ort so far farwritten
written by a woman who ho has ha contributed cntribut contributedsome
some bright brght and entertaining entetaning plays to tho
American Amelca stage stge Many in the audience audienceasked audienceIke audienceasked
asked Ike If I this la i the prize pre play what must mustthe mustthe mustthe
the others have resembled rerlled Probably Probablymany lrobablymny Probablymany
many mny authors of the others sat Ht and won wonclered ¬
dered derc why they had been bon slighted slghte slghteNEJF slightedNEW
NEW SULLIVAN SULLlAV THEATRE OPEN OPENO
O Kd by the Hoard Boad floardofBuhld1n of Building Dultc Examin Examiner Emln EmlnerI ExaminoreIt ¬
er oreIt U Will Stage
erI U Burlesque BurlesqueThe DurltsqurThe Burlequtrho
The new ne GothamTheatre GthmThetre in I 125th 1 th street streetwest strt strtwet streetwest
west wet of Third Thrd avenue which whichCongreS Congressman CongressmanTimothy CopgroismanTimothy
Timothy 1lothy D Fjullivan fulvln iuilivan and his hi partner parter George GeorgeKrauso Gogo GogoKu GeorgeErause
Krauso Ku have be built but for burlesque bulCueDd and vaude vaudeville vaudevillo ¬
ville v1e shows was opened opoed last lat night nl ht and Id a alargo akrge alargo
largo audience audiece applauded applude the Gay Gy Mae Masqueradors M Maeqtieradors
queradors querader company compny In The Wizard Wizrd of ofJersey ofJerey ofJersey
Jersey Jerey and Aboard Abord the Good Ship Slp Jane Janetwo Jacetwo Janetwo
two burlesques burleue of the character chrcter so popular popularat ppulr ppulrat
at the Dewey DoweyGreen Dwey DweyGreen DeweyGreen
Green plush draperies drperie adorn ador the house houseand bOU8 houseand
and many mny floral torl pieces ple0 sent to the manage management lng lngment managemont ¬
ment were added adde to these thee Several Sevel well wellknown wel wellknown
olio known knon vaudeville vaudevie artists 1111st figured tgw in the theolio theohio
olioA
A report circulated yesterday yeBt rY to tho thoeffect theeleot thoeffect
effect eleot that the Mayor had granted a permit permitto pnlt pnltto
to open opn the theatre though the build building buld buldIng buildtog ¬
ing laws had ha not been bel complied Cmpled with withcaused withcau withcaused
caused cau ed Mayor McClcllan McClelan to send nd to the theBuilding theBuiding theBuilding
Building Buiding Department Depatment for therecords the records Mr MrMcCloIlan MrMcClelan MrMcClellan
McCloIlan McClelan found that the plans pla wore disap disapproved d8ap d8approved disapproved ¬
proved by Supt Perez M 1 Stewart last Feb February Febrnar7 ¬
ruary rary but when they had been modified modifiedthe modifiedthe
the Board Bad of Examiners Examiner had ha reported fa favorably favorably favorably ¬
vorably on the theatre t1eatre and Building Buiding repor Super Superintendent Supr SuprIntndent SuperIntendent ¬
intendent Intndent Hopper had issued Isued a permit permitTho perit peritThe permitTho
Tho Board Boa is made up of a member memberof membr membrof
of the th Institute IItute of Architects Architts one no of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Firo Underwriters Underwiter two of or the theMechanlcn theMechanlcl theMechanics
Mechanics Mechanlcl and andTrader TradersExchange Traders Eohango lxchango and one oneeach oneeach oneeach
each from the Society of Architectural Arohllotual Iron IronManufacturers IronMauactuers IronManufacturers
Manufacturers Mauactuers and the Heal Ra Estate Ette Own Ownera OwnIS Owners
era IS and lnd Builders Buider Association AssociationAfter Acaton AcatonAfer AssociatonAfter
After Afer receiving relvlng a report reprt from such sch a aboth arepresnttve arepresentative
represnttve representative boy body a us the Bard l3oarl of Ex Exainrs Exarninere
ainrs arninere Bld said the Mayor MayorI I Imaln6 that
both the Superintendent of Buildings Bulding a athe and andthe andthe
the Commissioner CmmlSloner of Police 1010 felt it would be beunfair beunfair beunfair
unfair to wlthold a license cUnO from the th theatre theatreQUITS theatr theatrQUITS theatreQUITS
QUITS SYDNEY llDNEI SIDNEYIISENFELD SIDNEYIISENFELDActress ROSENFELD ROSENFELDActress IOSENFLD IOSENFLDActress
Actress Edith Edih Kills linker lalu r 8ays 8la Ho Doeint DoeintLive DoelntUve DeeintLive
Live Up to Ills Is Ideals IdealsEdith IdealsEih IdealsEdith
Edith Eih Ellis Els Baker who has ba been asso associated ala assOdated ¬ i iolate
dated olate with wili Sydney Roecnfeld In II his hil Cenr Cenrtttry C n nthry I Itlr
tttry tlr Theatro stock company project an announced annouced annouxiced
nounced nouced last night that she no longer longe had hadanything hadanything hadanything
anything to do with the scheme sheme Miss MiesBaker Inea IneaBaker MissBaker
Baker writes wrte plays besides beside acting actng 8hd 8hdwas Bh Bhwa Shawas
was wa to have a I part in the first fr t American Americanplay AmerIcanplay Americanplay
play RoHenfold ROenteld was to produce She said saidJULIE sid sidlt I Ilast
lt last nl night ht that Rosenfeld didt didnt lve live up upto upto
to the IdcaJ ideals ho tnks talks about nhoutJULIE aboutJULIE
JULIE QPP OIl hACK ON THE STAftE STAftEReappear Stp StpReapptanln ST11p13fleppetiIfl
Reappear Reapptanln fleppetiIfl In Atlantic Atanto AtlantleCity City Cl With Wih Her ler tins Husband Ilns tinsband ¬
band In II Lord and Lady Alfy AlfyATLANTloCnr AlgyATLAwxIoCirT I C CTLANnoCITt
ATLANTloCnr N J JFeb8Mlea Fob 8 8Miss Miss Julie JulieOppwho Jula JulaOppwho JulieOppwho
Oppwho has not been seen ien on the theAmel theAmerican theAmericanstage American AmericanHtage an anitje
stage itje for two years made miie her reappearance reappearancetonight rcapearno rcapearnotnight reappearancetonight
tonight tnight in support supprt of her husband William WilliamFaversham Wiim WiimIn WilliamFavereham
Faversham in Lord and L Lady dy Aljty All
MIl Miss Opp played P yed Lady adv Algy Alol and andwl was enthu enthusiastically enUu enUuIIMtialy enthuelastically ¬
elastically IIMtialy received reeive by a I large largeatidlenco largeatidlencoincluding audience audienceIncluding auilence auilenceIncludlnp
Including Includlnp a party patY of Philadelphians Phladelrhon who whocame whoclme whocrno
came here lieroenpcchtfly especially for to f the performance t e
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Flaying PII In Which Wlt the te Performer leI DI DIcloSed Mi MieloNd
cloSed elO All A8Ide Sldei of Hb HI Art AUe AUeouoh ArtLittle ArtLittleTouches Uttle UttleTouchet
Touches ouoh Showing SO1I the True Te ITu ArtiSt ArtlitAlfred ArtiStAlfred r rrd
Alfred rd Beisenauer Reienuer pianistgave pnltgave his hflt hfltrial first firstrecital firetrecital
recital rial yesterday yterday afternoon aternor a 4 Mendelssohn MendelssohnHall MD MendelssohnHall n nHal
Hall Hal He was wa heard hea at o the last latPbllr latPbllrmono Fhllhar Fhllharmonlo Phitharmenlo
menlo mono concert concr and demonstrated demotre demonrated that t he hewasan b bwa bewaean
wasan wa an artistto aist artist to bo betaen tokenseriously taken sero seriously 1y His Hisprogramme Wsprgrme BinprOgramme
programme prgrme yesterday yeteray afternoon aftron wag WI wa of ofinordinate atInorlnteJengh ofinordinAte
inordinate InorlnteJengh length and of a most mostex exacting exactingnature exeUngnature lng lngntu
nature ntu It fully rUy tested tete his h powers and andenabled andenabled
enabled onabl him hm to t disclose dlolose all the sides of ofhia ofhiaart his hisart
art ar The Te result rut was wa gratifying grUylg to both bothartist bth btharit bothartist
artist arit and hearers he rs The latter went wet home homesatisfied b bsat homesatisfied
satisfied sat fte that they had been in the presence presenceof preoe preoeot
of one of the big players of our time tme and andthe ad adthe adthe
the former must have known knwn that tht he heme had hadmade h hmade
made me a deep dee Impression Impllon on onan an impressiona impressionable ¬
ble and not oversophisticated notoversophltoate public publicMr publc publcMr publicMr
Mr Relsenauer Relusr began bea his h recital ritl with withthe withthe withthe
the customary cstomry group grup of numbers number from fromtho fremthe fromthe
the early erly days daysa a fantasia ranta by Bach Bh the theScarlatti theScarltt theScarlatti
Scarlatti Scarltt pastoral patoral In A minor mior and cap capprlcioso C cappricloso
prlcioso prolos in E major Handel Harmonious HarmoniousBlacksmith Hronious HroniousBlsmth HarmoniousBlacksmith
Blacksmith Blsmth vuratons variations Haydns Hydns presto prestoin prc to toI
in I C major mjor and Mozarts lovely lovey A minor minorrondo mior minorrondo I
rondo rndo The pianist pinist played plye all al of these theseexcellently the thenexcellently
excellently ecelenty It I was in these thee numbers numbel that thatbin tht thth thathis
bin h delicious delclou crispness crpneea of enunciation enuolton was washoard wash waahoard
hoard h rd to the greatest gretet advantage advatg The Theconstant Thecntnt Theconstant
constant cntnt leaning leing of the early erly writers wrtel to toward t toward ¬
ward the polyphonic style even in such suchcompositions euchcompositions u h hcmpotons
war polyhonic eve
compositions cmpotons as a those to of Scarlatti Srlatt the thepioneer te tepioner thepioneer
pioneer pioner of the monophonio monophono school aol brought broughtinto brught brughtInto broughtinto
into conspicuous cn plcuou notice notce Mr M Relsenauers Relsenauersfine Riues Riuesfe
fine fe finger fnger technio tehlo his h clarity clrty of touch and andhis andh andhis
his h just jUlt balance blce of parts partsIn prts prtsIn partsIn
In the mozart mozrt rondo he showed a beautiful beautifulreticence butu beautUulreticence
reticence rtcnce of style styl coupled cuple with a lovely lovelyrange lve lovelyrange I
range of quiet tone tints tnts and a captivating captivatingcantilena cptving cptvingontien captivatingcantilena
cantilena ontien Certainly Crainly Mozart Mozr never heard heardthis he heardthis
this th same sme rondo rndo colored so 8 artistically arltcUytor arltcUytorthe for forthe forthe
the piano lano of the eighteenth eightenth eighteenthcentury century entu had h pot potthe potthe nottho
the palette plette of the instrument intrment of today todayyet ty tyyet todayyet
yet while whe Reisenauers Reisnuers color clor scheme was wasmodern Wi wasmodern
modern it was wa perfectly prfely adapted apted e6me to the thecharacter tht th thcharacter
character oamoter moern of the music mulo The Te beautiful beautifullinear butful butfulln beautifulllnar
linear ln r perspective of Mozart Mozrt was never neverobscured neverobure neverobscured
obscured obure prspive by bY a glare gl of tone toneIn toe toeIn tozeIn
In the te middle pf f the programme pro rme come comethe ce cethe camethe
the important Iportt numbers Beethovens Betovens 0 0minor 0minor Cminor
minor sonata enata opus opu ill 11 and Schumanns Schumannsartistry Bhumanns BhumannsCamoval SchumannsCarneval
Camoval Carneval here er again H Mr Reienuers Reienuersartitr Reisenauern Reisenauernartistry
artistry artitr was WI of the highest highet order There Therewas ThoreWM Therewas
was a D clean and correct corlt demarcation dematon be between bo between ¬
tween twon his Beethoven Btoven and Schumann Sbuan styles stylesHe stylo stylesHe
He displayed diplaed tho most mot delicate delote apprecia appreciation apprla appreolation ¬
tion of the warmth and tenderness of each
oompo oomposCr r yet
austerity austrity of thought tought of Beethoven thoven and the thopassionate thepalonat thepassionate
passionate intensity IntnIty of Schumann Schumnn In his bisreadings hi hisreadings
readings rains of both bt works work there ter was a I noble noblerepose noblerp09 noblerepose
repose rp09 coupled cuple with wit a temperament tempraent thor thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly warmed by the emotional emoton content contentof contnt contntof
of the te works worksH work worksHe
H He did not forget that tt Beethovens BeethovensTitanic Bthoven BthovenTitic BeethovensTitanio
Titanic Titic bursts burt of power did not necessarily necessarilycarry neiy neiycrr necessarilycarry
carry with them a pwer blurring bll of outlines outne and anda ad ada
crr a barbarian bbaiM fury tu He remembered remembere that thatSchumanns tbt tbtSohumanns thatSchumanns
Schumanns extraordinary extrori brilliant br1it fe fecundity fecundity fecundity ¬
cundity in the department of meters metrs did didnot didnot didnot
not mean me an eclipse eclpe depment of rhythm rhytm In I play playIn playlag ¬
lag In the muglo mUllo of both bth composers cmpor he showed showeda show showa
a nigh hih respect rOpt for the te significance lgio of inner innervoices lrr lrrvoloe innervoices
voices voloe especially epiy where wber those te voices vol voices had hadespecial hadespecial
i I especial epil Importance lport in I the t harmonic hon do dothat dovalopinent
velopment of te the general plan This hi means meansthat
that tt Mr Heisenauer R1nue is I a p musician mUloi as u well wellas wel wellnsa
as nsa a virtuoso virtuosoInstances vltu virtuosoInstances
Instances Intnc of his h feeling feling for artistic aritio pro proportion pr proportion ¬
portion prion and significance Ilgntcno were wer his hl con continence cn cntnence contInenee ¬
tinence tnence In the treatment tratment of the te forte fort en entrance entrance ¬
trance of the first tt subject of oth the first ft move movement moe movement ¬
ment of the sonata sont He thus thu reserved reservedthe rened renedthe reservedthe
the needed power for the majestic mjeto octave octaveproclamation octve octaveproclamation
nee
prlamntnn proclamation per of it In i the working out outcontinent outTh outThe I
Th The sme same fellwa feelingwaa sow shown i hi h his equly equlyoontnent equally equallycontinent
continent oontnent announcement anoucment of the second ttecondtheme Ini secondtheme
theme marked mark piano pino by which he heavoided heavnlde heavoided
avoided avnlde sickly icky sentimentalism 8nUent8m and left lefthalf lefthimsel lefthimself
himsel himself scope for f a bautiul beautiful efet effect wih with the thehair i
half bar br scp marked mrke adagio which whoh he played playedpianissimo playedpianissimo
pianissimo plansimo and ad with ago both bt pedals pdls down downThese dOm dOmThe downThese ply
These The are a little touches tou to t be b sure but butthey butthey butthey
they prove the presence prno of a true tre artist artistHis artst artistHis
His Hi reading rdng of the tle arietta aretw with wih Its marvel marvellous manpllou marvelIons ¬
Ions lou exfoliation ex10laton of variations variaton was WI mnrterly
In its It clearness oarel its I songlikecharacter longlkcrcr and andits l andits
its elevation of style 8tyIe Throughout Toughout both boththe boththe boththe
the Beethoven Betoven and an the Schumann Suan numbers numbersho nubers nubersbe
ho showed hoed a reverential rversntll fidelity felty to t the thewritten thewrttfn thewritten
written wrttfn music He played pl the compositions compositionsas compltols compltolsas
as they are printed prnt He did dd not find fnd It Itnectwearr ItneC itnecessary
necessary neC to take tk any ay liberties UbrM In order ord to toThis toget toget
get his eeot eeotThi effects effectsTbIs
This Thi was particularly parcrly noticeable notible in In the theReconnalsance theRonna theReconnalsance
Reconnalsance Ronna in which whih he played the therepetitions therepttons therepetitions
repetitions staccato stato and ad the melody mloy of the theupper theuppe theupper
repttons upper uppe voice volo legato IEgatl as I they are written writtenand witten wittenand writtenand
and not both bot staccato st as they are ae too to often oftenplayed olen olenplayed oftenplayed
played He le showed showe that tht he understood understoodthe underst
the meaning of the Florestan Foretn and Euse Eusebiufl Eusebius
biufl blu meann and his hi march marh was splendidly vig vigorous viEorus vigorous ¬
orous orus without wihout being bing forced for In fact fat he noread here heread
read sympathy re the entire entro Carnival Cnval Carn val within witln sight and andsympathy andsympathy I I8yrnpath7
His Chopin Copi playing was wa thoroughly thoroughlypoetlo thoroughlypto thoroughlypestle
pestle pto without wllout plaJng being bmg at a all al effeminate effeminateto elemnat effeminateIndeed
Inded Indeed In the C minor nootue nocturne he roe roeto rose roseto
to a high plane of tragic utterance uterMo With WithHe Withtho Withthe
the Gtat 0 flat mjor major tude he wa was leat least happy
He le played It very vr fast fastsolute but not wih with ab absolut abaoiuta
solute solut correctness oronea and in Ina a rather rther brittle brittlestylo brttll brittlestyle
style But he more mr than atoned for it itwith itwih itwith
with wih tho B B minor mnor mazurka mzrka and the G major majorChant majorCn majorChant
Chant Polonais Polonlstho Polonaistho tho familiar tall Maidens MaidensWish MaidensWishwhlch adens adensWish
Wish Wishwhlch Cn which whlchbe he played plyd superbly He Heconcluded Hecnoluded Heconcluded
concluded cnoluded his recital rcital with a brilliant briliant and andsonorous and6norou andsonorous
sonorous 6norou performance of Liszts Hun Hungarian Hu Hungarian ¬
garian ginn rhapsody rhapy proro in E major majorA
A FLAY OF SUMMER SUlJlEll TIME TIMEProduced TIMEProduced 11E 11EPoduce
Produced Poduce by b the Honey Boy Do and Pleating Pleatingto Plellnl Plellnlto
to m 14th Street Stree Audience AudienceGeorge AUdence AUdenceGorge AudienceGeorge
George Gorge Evans Eva the te Honey Boy played playeda playe
a double role rle r le at the Fourteenth Fourtenth Street StreetTheatre Strt StrtTeatre StreetTheatre
Theatre Teatre last night nght in the te first frt production productionhere proucton prouctonhere productionhere
here of a musical musicl potpourri ptpuri called cled The TheGood TheGood
Good God Old Od Summer Time Evans Evan wrote wrotethe wrot wrotethe
the tong fong of that tt name and its It popularity popularityInduced ppurity ppurityInduced popularityinduced
Induced him to write He
writ a play le was wasassisted WI wasassisted
assisted lsted by Ben Rn Shields Shield and they provided provideda providd providda
a show that tht amuses amuFesThere amwes amwesThe amusesThere
There The is I not much plot in I tho niece piee hut hutno hutn hutno
no n one expects expets plot hi i an attraction attmcton of this thiskind Ihlskid thiskind
kind kid The scenes sene are laid lid at a seaside seasideresort seide seiderert seasideresort
resort rert and a racetrack rtk Evans Evn Is I on the thestage thetago thestage
stage most mot of the te tune te and he Is always alwaysamusing alwaysamusing
amusing aU IDg He was wa ably aly assisted ated lost lt night nightby nightby nightby j
by Dorothy Dor y La l Mar Mr and a good looking lokig and andwell andwol andwell
well drilled chorus chorusEvans chorusEvans
wol drled cor
Evans Evas Introduced itruC several fel new ne songs songsand engs engsandmy songsand
and andmy many In I his h enthusiastic enthusitc audience audence wont wenthome wonthome wonthome
home whistling whtlg them themMan te telana thornMafia
Man lana In the Latest Lte Stage t11 Thriller ThrillerTho Tlrlel ThrillerThe
The To Third Thir Avenue A venue Theatre Theatr Is I the home homeof homeof homeof
of thrillers thrlers and the melodrama melodrm The Black BlackHand BlaekHand BlackHand
Hand produced roduc there lost lat night has hll a afew afewmore fewmore few fewmore
more thrills tlril that any other put on this thisseoflon thl thlleMon thisseason
season leMon It Ittell tells of a Mafia Mata band bnd Last Lastnights Latt Lattnlghts Lastnights
nights nlghts audience hued 1Ied It Iti ItPEEPED itPEEPED
i PEEPED FOR A JOKE JOKEWomen JOKf JOKfWomen JOKEWonien
Women He le Scared Scred Were Too Timid to Ap Appear iP Appear ¬
pear Against Him 1m and He le Was W Discharged DlicbsrgedComplaints Dlcbrled DlcbrledComplaints DischargedComplaints
Complaints have been bn made me recently recentlyto recenty recentyto
to Police Polee Captain Captan Summers Sumer of tho Green Greenpoint Gren Grenpint Greenpoint
point pint avenue station stton Brooklyn that a apeeper aPpr apeeper
peeper Ppr was wa annoying anloyng women In Leonard Leonardand Lnard Lnardand Leonardand
and Oakland Oakd streets strets The wife of a doctor doctordiscovered doctordisoverd doctordiscovered
discovered disoverd the peeper ppr looking at her in inher Inbor inher
her dining room rm and she became bae so fright frightened trlghtened frightened ¬
ened that she went into hysterics hysteres Her Herhusband Herhuband Herhusband
husband huband lay in wait for the peeper ppr with witha
a shotgun but ho didnt show up again againOther againOther againOther
Other women were we frightened frghtened Into hysteria Ihyaterlaand hysteriaand hytera hyteraand
and policemen plcemen were sent snt out In plain pln clothes clothestolook cJothO cjothesto I
tolook to look for the peeper I I
A man m who said pep no he was WI Mathew MathoW Wiley Wiey
35 years yen old of 2B5 281 Elngsland Knl nd avenue was wasarrested wusarrested I
arrested alet Sunday Sunay on onsWclclon suspicion A number numberof numbr numbrof
of women identified id ntifled him h m and d promised promisedto
to be b wOln present presnt IdEtfed yesterday tray In the Ewen wen proml street streetpolice stret stretflce streetpolice
police flce court cour when w en ho was WI arraigned arraignedThey argne arraignedThey
They 11ey failed fale to t be b on o hand hd and Magis Magistrate Mgis Mgistrate Magistrate ¬
trate Naumer was W told they were wer too to timid
Wiley Wiey admitted amitte that he might have peeped
Into some sme windows and said sid it ItW was pp done doneifor donefor donefor
for a joke jek Ho was WI sharply slly reprimanded reprimandedand rrlmde
and ad L was then tbe committed commited to t Jal jail for ten t tenL
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DELAWARE ANDUVDSONS AND IIUISONS PLANS PLANSProject PLANSPoJee PLANSProject
PoJee Project to Open Up tp for Settlement Settement It Iti I Vast VutHoIrtinEf VastHolding
Holding In the Adirondacks AcllrondmcbsPLATTBBURO Adlrndok AdirondacksPzarrsauno
PLATTBBURO PLTBtRO N Yi Y Feb 8 8Te 8The The Dela Delaware Dl Delaware ¬
ware w and ad Hudson Budon Canal Cl Company Cmpny hay having hv haying ¬ I
ing Ig spent pnt 112000000 1200 200O000 in making ming its It thirty thirtytwomile thirtytwomie thirtytwomile
twomile twomie Chateaugay Chtaugay branch brnchtrm branchfrorn from this city cityto cityto i
to t Lake Lke Placid In the te Adirondacks Adndack standard standardgauge standardgauge tndrd tndrdgug
eliminating grades straightening straighteningthe
gauge gug el1tng irdes strlghunlng strlghunlngtbe
the track tra epiralizlng spirllng the curves oues and rock rockbaUasting rok rokbUtli rockballasting
ballasting bUtli the t roadbed rodbd ha b now ordered ordereda
a new equipment equipmnt of rolling rlg stock stok and pro proposes props proposes ¬
poses ps to inaugurate iut a magnificent magicnt train trainuervioe trainsric trainservice
service sric for summer sUer travel travelGeneral trvel trvelGeneral travelGeneral
General Passenger Panger Agent J W Burdick Durdickof
of the Delaware Dlwar and Hudson Hudon road rod who has hasbeen h hasbeen
been bn in this tis city el for two or three days dy plan planning planning planning ¬
ning night the te details dtil of the service srvio said sd to tonight tonight tonight ¬
nightThe
nightTe The Te Delaware DIAware and Hudson Hudn company
has b ordered orered sixty new engines twenty ompny now nowvcstibuled nowstbuled nowvestibuled
vcstibuled stbuled empire empir day dy coaches Cches and three threecafd threecf threocafd
cafd cf cars cl There are ar also alo now l being > con constructed con6trcted conatructod ¬
structed for them observation ob Pullman
6trcted eraton Plman cars carsto crs crsto carsto
between to bo b ua U used > Troy d on and the Lake through though Placid trains trll running rning
mong the engines ordered ordere are ar four fourfor fnurforu8 fourfor
for foru8 use on the Chateaugay Chatu engnes gay branch which whichwill whichwill
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will wi be b among the largest laget and most power powerful IJwer powerfui ¬ I
ful fulln in use ue in the United Unt States Sttes A fast fat train trainwill trn trnwi trainwill
will wi leave Troy Toy and Albany Abay on the arrival arrivalof
of the morning monng boats boat reaching reahllpLe Lake Placid Placidby Placidby Placidby
by 1 oclock oolok daily daly Another train will willleave wi willleave
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leave lelve New Nowyork York city cityabout about 9 P M and arrive orrivoat ario arioat
at Lake Lke Placid for breakfast bref t about abut 730 730oclock 73 73Qoclock
oclock the following folowin morning
The Delaware Delawae and Hudson Hudon company
baa also ao decided deided to put on 01 the market marketsome mnrketsmo marketsome
some smo of its immense Immene holdings of Adi Adirondack Adirondk Adirondack ¬
rondack rondk land including Includinl some of tho finest finestcamp fnet fnetcap finestcamp
camp cap sites on some of the principal prlnclpllaklS prlnclpllaklSan lakes lakesand lakesand
and an ponds pndl in the Adirondack including includingand Incuding Incudingprprty includingproperty
prprty property around Lon Loon JAke Upper Ch Cbs Cbsteaugiy
and an tugay teaugiy Plumsdore Lke Lake Chay Chazy Pond Lke Lake hacged ppr Lake Lakean Lakeand
The plan if is to sell sl a acmp acamp camp site for a nomi nominal nom nomi nomimuil ¬
nal nl sum sumto to any bona bna fide fdt purchaser pnrhler who whowill whowi whowill
will wi agree agr to build buid thereon thern within one oneear oneeara oneyeara year yeara
a suitable camp op or cottage cott a the company companyreserving companyrserlnp companyreserving
reserving rserlnp about every third lot the idea ideaeastern Id Idbeing ideabejng
ever loth
being 01 clre course to develop t the e norb norbelter north northeastern
eastern elter slope of the Adironaacks AdlronJck and Ind at attract attrat attract ¬
tract trat summer sumer cottagers ctager Many applica applications nprlca nprlcaton applicationa ¬
tions ton for camp campsle sites have already alrady been beenreceived beenrived beenreceived
received rived from New York and other large largecities largecites largecities
cities citiesThe cites citiesThe
The Chateaugay CteaulayOre Ore and Iron Irn Company Companywhich Companywhich Companywhich
which was Wa recently rentyoculr acquired by the Dela Delaware Delaware fdaware ¬
ware and Hudson alone alol6 owns upward upwar of
100000 100 acres a1 of land lan in the Adirondack Adlrndaoks in inClinton II inClinton
Clinton Clnton Essex Escx and ad Franklin Frnlin counties countiesIlrlefi counte counteIrletsln countiesUrlefa I i
Ilrlefi Irletsln In Northern Nortern Securities Seuurltel Case CaseWASHINGTON lueWA ase aseWATf1NaTON
WASHINGTON WA I NaToN Feb 8 8Brcts 8BrIefs Briefs worn wcr filed filedtoday ted tedtcay I
today tcay in the Supremo Court in the case of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State Stat of Minnesota Minneot against aganst the Northern NorthernSecurities NorthernBlurte NorthernSecurities
Securities Company tc < on the question of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
Blurte eo queton
the jurisdiction juriicton of the United > d States State District DistrictCourt DL DistrictCourt
te trct trctCourt
Court from which tho appeal was brought broughtto brou ht htto
to the Supreme Suprme Court to t hear the case caseduring caseduring casoduring
during the tlO oral or arguments argument before belor Ole Su Supreme Suo Suoprmo Supreme ¬
preme prmo Court on Jan U The contention contentionwas contcnton contcntonw
was w mado that the tho case ll e was WI not properly properlybefore properlybefore properlybefore
before that court that Instead Intca it should shouldhave shouldhao shouldhave
have gone gonoto onoo to cour the Circuit Clrult Court of f Appeal AppealThe Apppai AppealsThe
The Supreme Court thereupon granted grantd to toboth toboth I
both bth sides lides in the controversy cntrvery twenty days daysIn daysIn
In which to t file fobrers briefs upon the question quston of ofjurisdiction otJuridicton ofjurisdiction
jurisdiction Juridicton and they tey upn were wer submitted Bubmlttd this thismorning ti thismorning
morning morningPooling moring moringPoolns morningPooling
Pooling Poolns of Immigrant Immant Traffic Tmo Not Unlawful UnlawfulWASHINGTON UnlatulWABUUOTON UnlawfulWABIIfrOT0N
WASHINGTON WABUUOTON Feb 8 8Tho Tho Interstate InterstateCommerce Intoltate IntoltateCommerc InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commerc Commission Commiion today ty in the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of the transportation trnprtton of Immigrants Immigrantsfrom Immigrnts Immigrntsrrom
from New York and other otr Atlantic Atlanto ports portsto
to Western Weter destinations deatnatoD decided that tt It Itwas I itwas
was doubtful doubtfu whether whther any division dlvlon or pool pool poollog
Ing of immigrant Imml rant traffic among the various varioussteamship v varioussteamship lous lousstamhip
steamship stamhip lines lnes was wa unlawful uawfU and that thatin tbatIn thatin
in any event there ther was WI no individual idividual dis discrimination discriminaton diecrlmination ¬
crimination criminaton involved in such luch division that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the published publihed tariff trlll rates rts were adhered adheredto adherd adherdt
to t by the te lines lnes and that tht there to no just justlftcatlon julU julUftctonat I Ificationat
ftcatlon ftctonat ficationat nt this thi time tme for the Issuance Iluanc by the thecommission te tecommision thecommission
commission commision of any order in the premises premisesIlouio prmi prmi10use premiseshouse
house 10use Proceedings ProceedingsWASHINGTON Poeeedlis PoeeedlisW ProceedingsVAsImnwToN
WASHINGTON W ABIINOTON Feb 8 8Atr 8After After passing pMslngrl8luton a aresolution aresolution
resolution rl8luton calling calig upont upon the te Attorney Atornpy
General for the report of the special specil ex examiners examiner oxaminera ¬
aminers aminer who investigated InvCtat th t the charges clarge in inconnection Incnnecton inconnection
connection cnnecton with wit the te Indian land frauds fraudsand fraudsand I
and ad another anoter calling calng for Information Infonlaton re regarding regarding ¬ I Igarlg
garding garlg the te cases CI instituted itut in the te courts courtsagainst cut courtsagainst
against a a Inlt the trusts trts the teouso House today ta took tookup tol tookup
up the Senate Snte amendment a1cndment to to the te Urgent UrgentDeficiency UrgentDefciency UrgentDeficiency
Deficiency Defciency bill bi providing prviding for a loan 10D of
14600000 160 4600 to t the te St Louis Lui Exposition E siton Thh Thhprovoked Thhprvoke Thuprovoked
provoked prvoke a along long and ad somewhat smehat acrimonlniM acrimonlniMdebate aclmonlni aclmonlniaebnte acrlmonlnlMdebate
debate and a decision dec lon had not been beenreached bn bnreache beenreached
reached reache when the te House Houe adjourned ajourned ajournedFiue adjournedFailure
Fiue Failure of a Texas National Natonnl Hunk HunkWASHINGTON Innk InnkWA8INOTON hankWssuINoTorr
WASHINGTON WA8INOTON Feb 8 SThe Tho Comptroller Comptrolleri Comptroler Comptrolerof
i of the te Currency Curreny has hl received ro reclve lvfc advices a vlC1 from fromthe frm frmthe fromthe
the vicepresident vicprsident of tho Citizens Cltlel National NationalBank NationalBank
Bank of McGregor ZoGror Tex that thlt the bank bankhas bankha bankhas
has ha closed olol Its It doors door National Natonal Bank BDk Ex Examiner F Faxnlner ¬ I
aminer alner J M i Logan Lpan has been bn appointed appointedreceiver appolnt appolntreiver appointedreceiver >
receiver reiver by the Comptroller Comptrlor This bank bankwas bankwa bankwas
was organized orjanlze on July 18 189 181000 1900 C C Raring Heringpresident lerin lerinprsident Raringpresident
president prsident and John P Cooper Coopr cashier cashierThe cahier cahierThe cashierThe
The failure faiure is said to have been ben caused by
the drop in cotton cottonOcn cottonJen cottoniCfl
Ocn Sanchez Snntlc7 Not 4ot Necking Protectorate Protectoratefor I Iror
for Santo Domingo UomlnsoWASHINGTON DomlnoW DomingoWAsItxNaTor
WASHINGTON W ASUNOTON Feb 8Gen Gon Sanchez Sanchezspecial Snchez Sncheztpecal Sanchezspecial
special tpecal commissioner cmmiionr frcm trm tho Government Governmentof Goverment Govermentof
of Santo Domingo denies del ie that he is seeking seekingfor seekingfor seekingfor
for a protectoiftto Jretectl te for the United Unl d States StatesGovernment State StatesGovernirent
Government Governelt in behalf bealf of his country cuntr He Hewill Hewill e ewi
will wi however ho says la endeavor to t bring bringabout bringabu bringabout
about abu tcosel closer relations relatol between tho two twoGovernments twoGovernment twoGovernments
Governments Government GovernmentImled GovernmentsIUlcd i iKilled
Killed by b an Elevator ElevatorCharles meatur meaturCharlee ElevatorCharles
Charles Klnstrick 19 years old of 137 137Delancey 137Delancey 137Delaricey
Delancey street strt who was employed by bySchcenlger bySohoenlger bySchooniger
Schcenlger k < k Co cloak clok manufacturers Inuacturers at
488 Broadway Bradwar stuck his head jnto Into the ele elevator elevator eleVator ¬
vator shaft shaft yesterday ye eroy afternoon aft em n and was wasstruck we wasstruck
struck strok by an elevator elevttor His Hi skull Ikul was wa fract fractured fractur fractiired ¬
ured and bin hil neck broken Frederick FrederickBruenz Frederck FrederickBruenz
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Bruenz Brenz up the elevator ole ator operator was locked lockedHroadway locke lockedup
Hroadway Car Jumps Juml the Track TrackA ek ekA
A A northbound nrhboun Broadway car jumped ju p tho thotracks thetrcks thotracks
tracks trcks while whie rounding the second ssond turn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the curve at Fourteenth Foureenth street stret about
7 oclock oolok lout la t night nl nigbtand ht and gave its passengers passengersa plsenger
a fright and a jolting Joltng
There were about abut thirty thiry passengers padengel in inthe InIhe inthe
the car cr and some Inmo of them were tumbled tumbledabout tumbledabut tumbledabout
about abut and more or or IASS 1188 bruised hriled but no noone noone noone
one was wa seriously Berioully hurt hur Northbound NorhbQund can canwere c carswere
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MISPLACED LOVE LOVEEloped LVE LVEEoped LOVEEloped
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ened ene to Shoot Soot If She tie Tried Tied to Leave LeaveHim L LeavehimTold
ilmold himTold Him Told Police Woo Wo Arrested Arted Him Himand mmand Himand
and Found Foud a Lot Lt of Plunder Plude ID HI Daoom DaoomA Dli Boom BoomA oom oomA
A young oug and pretty prtty girl who said sid her hername hername
name lme was Eva White Wte of 342 34 Broadway BroadwayWilliamsburg Breawa BreawaWilamburg BroadwayWilliamsburg
Williamsburg Wilamburg entered enter the Clyraer Clyer street streetpolice streetpolice tret tretplce
police plce station stton lost lt evening and told tld Capt CaptHolahan Cpt CptHolahan CaptHolaban
Holahan that she had
tht h something smethg important importantto Irnt Irntto
to confide cnde to him hm The Te captain cpta took tok the thegirl to togrl thegirl
girl grl into his hi office ofwher ofl1cewhere where she se tearfully tuly said saidthat sd sdtht saidthat
that tht her conscience conolenc was W8 troubling trubln her to tosuch t tosuch
such suc an extent that tht unless ue she se relieved reved her hermind hermnd hermind
mind mnd she would w uld become beome insane insaneThree lne InsaneThree
Three i years ago she said sid when she he was
10 years old Carl Crl Bickelman Diokelmn the twenty twent twentfveyearold twentylIveyearold
flvoyearold fveyearold son of a former toror Williamsburg Williamsburgphotographer WI1bug WI1bugphotogpher Williamsburgphotographer
photographer photogpher induced Inducd her to elope elp with withhim wth wthhim withhim
him She repeatedly reptedy regretted rgrete her act actand at atand actand
and desired to return to her home in tho thonorthern thonorthern
to tonorher
northern norher part prt of the State but Bickelman Bickelmanprevented Biokel Biokelmanprevented
prevented prvented her herHo herHo herHo
Ho nover neve married D aled me said sid the girl girland gil gilMd girland
and neither would he h let me go back bk home homeInstead bomeInste homeInstead
Instead Inste he compelled compeled me to work in differ different dle different ¬
ent elt hotels hotel with wih him I as a cashier clble and he as asa asa
a waiter waier Ho stole stol silverware elverlo and pawned
it In a hotel hoto in Buffalo Bllalo where we pawe both bothwere bth bthwere bothwore
were employed employe he stole considerable considerableproperty cndeable considerableproperty I Iproprty
property proprty and a ho made me flee fo to Toronto Torontowith Torontowith I Iwith
with him We were arrested aeted there and
brought beck Ik to t Buffalo Buao where we were wereconvicted wereconvicte wereconvicted
convicted convicte and ad sentenced senteced to six months month
imprisonment Imprionnt each eh I was innocent laoent of oftho 01tho ofthe
tho charge chage After Ater our release rlease wo came cameto cameto cametoNew
to toNew New York and worked worke in different dilerent hotels hotelsLast botls botlsLt hotelsLast
Last Lt fall we wont to t Claytons Caytns Hotel at atConey atConey
Coney Island Isl Bickelman Blkelm stole there ther and a
he has ha9 many of tho things tlngs now in his hl home homeat I
at 313 31 Broadway Dro way I 1 am a tired tred of the te life lfe
I have been loading leding but only last lat week weekwhen wok wokwhen weekwhen
when I told Bickelman Bckelmn I wanted wat to go back
homohe threatened thretene to t shoot shot me meDetwtives rueDetectives
Detectives Deutvrs were sent snt with the girl and in inBiokelmans InBekelmnns
Biokelmans Bekelmnns rooms rom they tey found a barrel barrelfilled brl brlfhd barrelfilled
filled fhd with silverware Hlverar brlcAbrao brcbra and other otherarticles otherartole otherarticles
articles artole many of them tem stamped with the thenames thenae thenames
names nae of hotels ho oi The plunder stamp was WI taken takento ten tento
to the Clymer street police station Later
ple stton ltr
Bickelman Bckelman was wa found and and arrested arrt There Tere Terewa Therewas
was wa with wih him at the time tme a I young youngman man who whosaid whosaid
said hU h name ne was Joseph Joeph Horrisberg Halbg The Thelatter Thelatter
latter was VBI also 1160 taken into custody custo and both bothmen bothmrn bothmen
men were held on a technical tehnial charge of ofvagrancy ofvmgrancy
vagrancy q ranoy They ley will wi be b arraigned araigned in I the theLee te teLe theLee I
Lee Le avenue avonuepolico police polce court COUt today todayFLOODS toayFLOODS todayFLOODS
I Imace
FLOODS IN MOHAWK MOIIJfK VALLEY VALLEYVillage V VALLEYVillage
Village of Frankfort Fankfort Submerged Submerlelnn Submerlelnnded Submergedhun Submergedhundrede Hun Hundreds ¬
dreds ded of Sheep and Cattle Catte Drowned DrownedUTICA DrownedUTICA DrownedUrxct
UTICA Fob 8 8To 8The Tho rain rin of Saturday Saturdayafternoon Stury Sturyaflroon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon aflroon and evening with the warmer warmerweather warer warerweather warmerweather
weather of yesterday yestery combined combied to cause causeone cuse cuseone causeone
one of the worst floods ftod that tht certain crtin parts partsof prs prsof partsof
of the Mohawk Valley Vaey have hve experienced experiencedAt exprncd exprncdAt
At Frankfort Frankort the ice in Moyer Creek Crek lrke lrkeup Irokeup broke brokeup
up forming toning a gorge gorg and backing bcig the water waterup Wut Wutup waterup
for several miles Last night the
up Everal mies Lt gorge gorgewent gorgewent
went out ot and ad within witin half an hour the streets streetsof stts sttsof
of the te village viage were wer submerged to t a depth depthof dpth dpthof
of from six to t ten feet f t and residents ridnt of the thelower thelower thelower
lower part prt of the th town twn were wr compelled compled to toflee tofee tofleetoupperstories
flee fee fleetoupperstories to upper stories of their homes to es escape escpe cccape ¬
upprstr
cape cpe drowning drmlng drowningfho
The Tle flood food was entirely entrly unexpected uexpctd as asMoyer asMoyer asMoyer
Moyer Creek Crek was wa considered conidrd ample to t carry carryoff cary caryor carryoff
off or the NI rushing rhng torrent trent Hundred Hundrd of ofcattle ofcatIe ofcattle
cattle catIe and sheep shep in and around Frankfort Frankfortperished Frnktort Frnktortprished Frankfortperished
perished prished in the flood food In the te villages viagC of ofIlion ofIon ofIllomi
Ilion Ion Mohawk Molwk and Herkimer and in i the thecity thecty thecity
city cty of Little Lite Falls heavy damage dmge from fromflood tromfod fromflood
flood fod is reported reportedTho reportedThe
The Mohawk lolk River Rver rose ro rapidly and last lastnight latnight lastnight
night a record breaking bratng flood food was threat threatened trat tratened threatened ¬
ened in this ti rcor city hut the to cold wave of to today today ¬
day has checked the rieeand rleand the t danger dangeris dnger dngerI
is I passed fd for the te present prfent at least leastFLOOD leat leastFLOOD
FLOOD IN THE SUSQVEUANNA SUSQVEUANNAAn SUSUEHANN4
An A Ice Gorge GarJe 43 Mile lles Long L nl flacks Up the theWater theWater theWater
Water Above AbO It I to a Height lelbt of 21 Feet FeetWILXESBARRB FeetWILZESBARRE
WILXESBARRB WILmDARRE Pa Feb Ff 8 8Wlh 8With With a rush rushthat rsh rushthat
that caused cufd widespread widepra alarm alar the expected expectedflood txpcced txpccedfood expectedflood
flood food in II tho Sus Susquehanna < tuehanna come ce today todayand todayand
and only tho t he sudden cold weather tonight tonightis tonigt tonigtis
is preventing prventng great grat damage Tho ther thermometer thermometer thormometer ¬
mometer has ha fallen to t zero zr and this Is hold holding holdIng holdlug ¬
ing tho rising ri ing waters in chock chfck although at attho atIho atthe
the same smo time tme making more mor solid sold the im immcnso 1 tinmenso
mcnso gorgo which is 11 bottling bottlng up the river riverTonight riverTonight
Tonight in this th city cty thewatcr thlwattr is l spread spreadfar prad pradfar preadfar
far over tho western wester bank bnk and to I level levelwith leve
with tho eastern ontcr bank At Berwick BerwickBloomaburg Jrlok JrlokBoomsburg rwick rwickBioomeburg
Bloomaburg Boomsburg lluport Catawissa OtnwlM and Espy
it is twentyfive1 twcntyfve feet high and still sti rising rslg
At Llghtstrcet Jlghtstrt above Bloomsburg Doomaburg there thcrois
is already alrr two feet fot of water in II the streets streetsThis strts strtshls streetsThis
This hls has hal backed backe up from frm tho gorge which whichshows whichMOWS whichhow
shows how no signs of giving givig way wayTho way1h wayThe gorg
The 1h big gorge gorget with the ice looto 10 oo from frm twenty
to tp forty feet thick reaches reachesoo raohes lies fortythree fortythreemiles forytbro forytbromies fortythriomiles
mies miles and above It and extending 8everl 8everlmils several severalmites
miles mils north norh of this thi city tha river is choked chokedwith coked cokedwih chokedwith
with wih ice le The one one hope of serious Srlous serious damage damagebeing damagebeing damagebeing
being weather averted is in the continued contnued cold coldweather coldweather coldweather
Defaulter Defauler A A Hill lat at Home HomeNASIIDA DomeNABIUA HomeNAshuA
NAshuA NABIUA N H I Feb Fe1 el 8Alfred A Hall Halldefaulting Hal Halldefaulting
defaulting defaultng city olerk arrived arived in custody custodyfrom custodyfrom I Ifrom
from St Louis Luis this morning and was ad admitted a adnutted ¬ I Imited
mitted mited to bail bal in S1000 110 which was wa furnished furnishedby turlhed I
by his 1ii uncle exPostmaster Howe Rwe Hooper HooperHall Hopr HoprHal BeeperRail
Hall Hal had been ben to South Suth Africa Arica twice twic as asinspector asInpctor asinspector
inspector Inpctor on British rlah live lvo stock steamers steamersfrom steaer steaerfrom steamersfrom
from New Orleans and was WI in a St Louis Louisbrokers lJula lJulabrokers Louisbrokers
brokers office ofce when arrested Irested He had been beena
a fugitive fugitve two years i
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