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H L rim SUN WDNES WEDNESDAY J > Y s EB1WARY r ARY 1 17 1 i 1904 t90liH w ir r t f ki iit l < i
EXACTED FOR TIlE CITY CITYCorporation CITYCorporltlon CiTYCorporation
Corporation Counsel Dclany Delln Will Bead Scadthe Nendthe I Ithe
the Mayor an n Opinion Before the UseHearing theI I IIlelrlne
I Hearing on the Resolution olutlon Today TodayGrout TodayGrout IOsIYGrout
Grout Bars B3 Grant Is 1I1nlild Invalid Anyway AnywayIt An1 a aIt
It was intimated in certain official quar quarters quarters quarters ¬
ters yesterday that the result of the hearing hearingbefore hearlnaberore hearth hearthbofore
before the Mayor today tod y on the resolution resolutionpassed resolutionp resolutionpaed
passed p i > led by the Aldermen giving the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Westchester and Boston Railroad a afranchise afranchise afranchise
franchise for a railroad in The Bronx would wouldbe wouldbe
be that the Mayor would veto tho resolu resolution resolution resoluHon ¬
tion on the ground that it did not provide providefor
for any compensation to the city cityThe cityThe cityk
k The result of such action by the Mayor Mayorwould Mayorwo1ld Mayorwould
would be to send the fight between the thePort thePort thePort
Port Chester Railroad Company and the theWe theWeetch theweetcheter
We Weetch weetcheter tchtster ster company back to the Board of ofAldermen ofAldermen ofAldermen
Aldermen AldermenBefore AldermenBerore AldermenBefore
Before the hearing today Mayor MayorMcClellan MayorMcClellan MayorMcClellan
McClellan is to get an opinion from Corpora Corporation Corporation Corporation ¬
tion Counsel Delany While Mr Delany Delanywould Del Delanywould ny nywould
would not Intimate what thIa opinion would wouldbe
r be there it good reason to believe that It Itwill Itwin itwill
will touoh on the subject of compensation compensationand
and advise that the resolution be disap disapproved dlaapproved disapprovod ¬
proved Another point submitted to Mr MrDelany MrDelany MrDelany
Delany was the validity of the charter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Wettcheeter Weatehe ter company Mi Delany Delanywas
was noncommittal yesterday when asked askedwhat ukedwhat aekedwhat
what ground he had taken on this point pointComptroller pointComptroller pointComptroller
Comptroller Grout Oro t came out strongly stronglyagainst stronglyagalnet stronglyagainst
against the resolution yesterday ye terday and said saidthat saidc aldtbat
c that the grant would be contrary to prec precedent preeedent precedent ¬
edent Mr Grout also gave it as his hisopinion blsopinion hisopinion
opinion that the resolution was wa invalid invalidanyway Invalidanyway Invalidanyway
anyway because the application of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company had not first been submitted to tothe toi tothe
i the Board of Estimate to have a rate of ofcompensation oft ofcompensation
t compensation fixed Mr Grout eald that thataccording thatIccordlJ1i thataccordIng
according to the terms of the charter this thiswas thiswas thisa8
was a8 the only oJ Y way of doing things Ho Hoalso Healso
also said saidTbe S4ldThe saidThe I
The ranting of this franchise in its present presentshape presentabape presentshape
shape would be a step backward in the matter matterof
of public franchises The appeal of the theNew theew theyew
New ew York City Connecting Railroad which whichin whl h
in owned bv the Pennsylvania for the right rightto rightto
to cross cro certain streets In order to nftirom nftiromBay Sft ge Irom IromDay floiniJay
Bay Wage to the projected bridge at Wardis WardisInland Wardahi Ward a alaland
Inland hi and I Is almost exactly exa UY similar to this The Theapplication 1beppllcatlop lbsappiicatiop
application is now before the Rapid Transit Transitboard Transitboard rraneltbOard
board The policy of that board has been beento beento beento
to charge not only for the privilege of cross crosswhether crosaInr crossing
Inr streets but also a compensation for the tbewhole theI
I whole line within the city limits no matter matterwhether matterwhether
whether or not the company owns Mil Milmy the prop property pro proerty
erty on which it runs It being held that will willout without witout
out the permit granted by the city the fran franchise tranrbl franehias ¬
chise rbl Is without value throughout the entlr entlrIntersecting entlrI entir1ngth
I 1ngth nrth of the line within the city dtys limits limitsThe limitsThe
The New York Central has a similar aJlpll aJlpllatlon applieatlon
atlon pending before the Board or Estimate Estimateasking Estimateasking
asking for the right to cross certain streets streetsInteraectlng streetsintersectIng
Intersecting Eleventh avenue The road roadcontend roadol1tlnd roadcontends
contend that under an old charter It has the theright therlfhI iiorIht
right to build on Eleventh avenue but the theboard theboard toeboard
board will probably Insirt upon a compen compensation campention compencation ¬
sation tion for the entire franchise on the grounds groundsthat InoundlIhat groundsthat
that I have statedthat the franchl yenchlse e is I no nofood DOrood nogoQd
food without permit and that the he companies companieswill companlelIlhavll corn panics panicswill
will will lIlhavll have to pay for that The action of the thaAldermen tbaAldermen theMdermen
Aldermen In omitting any such compensa compensation campenlion compensation ¬
lion tion is directly opposed to this policy and andopposed andoPPOIed an anopposed
opposed to precedents set by the board boardThe boardItllt boarItself
Itself ItlltThe
The hearing will be at 3 I oclock in the theroad theounell thecouncil
council chamber Charles E Hughes will willf willppeU
ppeU 1I In favor of the resolution In behalf behalfo
o or f the New York Westchester and Boston Bostonroad Bostonroad
road of which ho is counsel Delegations Delegationsfrom Delegationsfrom Delegationsfrom
from The Bronx Mount Vernon and other otherWestehester otherW8ItehNter otherWestchester II
Westehester towns will appear and urge urgethe ulRethe urgethe
the Mayor to veto eto the resolution and favor favorthe favorthe favorthe
the Port Chester company President Got Gotfthall GotIIhallof Gotshall
shall IIhallof of the latter company said ald yesterday yesterdaythat teeterdaythat eeterdayI
I that at least lea t 500 persons would be presen presento preson1to
to protest pr test at the way the franchise e had been beenranted befnI beengranted
I lllranted ranted Questioned whether or not his hiscompany hieImpany hisenmpny
company had ever offered ofe d to pay for the theWa therj therighttoerosaatreetshesald
rj righttoerosaatreetshesald righttoerosaatreetshesald0We ht tooroMstreet he said saidWe
0We Wa never got so far as a that Wft W we hare harethe navethe haveth
the th capital to build the road and will com complete compllte cornplete ¬
plete it within two ream after we get tho thopermission thoperm1 thepermission
perm1 permission slon to cross the street streetJames strectaJames streetsJames
James T F Hayed president of the Mount MountVernon MountVernon MountI
I Vernon City Council Coun Council h who la one of the back backera backffII
1 era Ta of ofthe the Port Chester Che QiestOrOOXflpany tercompany company said yester yesterday YMterIllY yesterlay ¬
day that he wan prepared to toll the Mayor Mayorcf
cf certain statements that had been made madeto
to t him According to report Mr Hayea Hayeawas HayeaWI Hayeswas
was WI approached by a Tammany member memberof
of the board who is said to have remarked remarkedthat remarkedthat I ItbAt
< that a railroad might get things in Mount MountVernon MountVernon i iVernon
Vernon for nothing but that In this city citythey clt citythey I Ithey
they had to step up and see Ee the captain captainMr captainfr I Ifro
Mr fro Hayes did not care to mention any anyname anynames i
name yesterday yesterdaY but ho said that some someuoh lomeauoh somemuch
much thing thin had been said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It would be simply a case of one mans mansword manAword mansword
word against another he said but I IMayor 1would Iwould
would tie perfectly w1lIng to Inform the theMayor theMayor
Mayor of my side of the story although althoughI
I do not car care to discuss it publicly at this thistime thletime thistime
time timeTimothjr timeTimoth
1 Timothjr Timoth P Sullivan vicechairman or ofthe orthe orthe
the board and a member of the Railroad RailroadCommittee RallroadCommittee RailroadI
I Committee said yesterday
I dont know this man Hayes Any Anyuuch AnyllUoh Anysuch
such story Is rot rotSome rotSome rotSome
Some folks think that Mr Hayes misin misinterpreted millinerpreted misinerpreted ¬
terpreted erpreted a remark that as made to him himfad
to the effect that although Mount Vernon Yernond
1 fad ad d not exacted any compensation for the theright ther the9ght
right r 9ght Rht to run through Its territory New York Yorkproposed Yorkroposed York1roposed
proposed to exact a compensation This Thisremark Thisemark Thisemark
emark Is said to have been beentnade made by a aprominent anromlnent aprominent
prominent nromlnent Tammany member who never nevertheless neverfhfllesl neverIhelesa ¬
theless voted to give the permit without withoutcompensation withoutcompmeatlon withoutcompensation
compensation compensationMayor
Mayor McClellan said yesterday that he hewas hewal hewas
was going to see what developed d at the thehearing thehearing thebearing
hearing and might give out a memorandum memorandumat
at the close explaining his decision decisionTWO decisionTWO decisionTWO
43d d Rtreet treet Trolley Stranded on a Cross CrossIng CrossleE roil roilla
leE la I II Wrecked by a 3d Avenue Car CarA CarA CarA
A collision between an eastbound Forty Fortyfieoond Fortyseoond Fortyseuond
fieoond streetcar street car and one northbound on onthe onthe onthe
the Third avenue line yesterday morning morninginjured morningInjured morninginjured
injured two men and tied up the two lines linesfor linesfor linesfor
> for about halt an hour The power of the theFortysecond theForty theFortysecond
Fortysecond Forty econd street car gave out as it itwas ItWM itWM
WM crossing cro alng Third avenue and the car carMopped carIItopped carstojped
Mopped blocking the tracks on the avenue avenueThe avenueTne avenuerho
The motorman on the Third avenue avenuecur avenuecar I
1 car had started ahead and was unable to tostop toAtop toI
I stop In time to avoid a smash The two twomen twomlln twot
t men who were injured were seated on the theArmth thet
t 1 south side of the Fortysecond street car carand caranri carand
and the other struck it amidships The Thocrash Thecrlllh Thei
i crash sent glass and wood flying around aroundthem aroundthem aroundthem
them and they received serious cuts cut and andbruises andhnaleee andbruises
bruises They are Frederick Boyd of ofmln or2Mi
2Mi Ea East t Seventyelghth Street and Benja Benjamin Benjamis
min Ecker of 218 East Seventysixth street streett
t Both were attended by an ambulance ambulancesurgeon amhulancelIurgeon ambulancesurgeon
surgeon and were later removed to their theirhomes theirhomM
0 homes homesBoth homMBot homesBoth
Both Bot cars were so badly damaged that thathoy thatIhey thatIhy
hoy had to be taken t k to the repair shops shopsThe shopsThe shopsThe
The Fortysecond street car was almost almostcompletely almoatcompletely almosti4
i4 completely wrecked while tho front plat ¬
form of the other was torn off The motor motorman motorman motorman ¬
man on the latter car escaped Injury by
jumping jumpingnKATH jumpingntMTH JumpingflP4T1I
Henry WIlliam WIHI m Protected by Virginias VirginiasSoldiers Virginiasc trefnll trefnlloldlera
c Soldiers Gets a quick Trial TrialROANOKB TrillRoANOJtB TrIalROANOXa
ROANOKB V Va Feb 16 lBHenry lHenryWilia lHenryWiliathe Henry Williams Williamsthe
the negro who assaulted Mrs Shields and anddaughter and anddatJlht4r anddaughtar
daughter Ann about a month ago was wassentenced waseentonced wassentenced
sentenced to death this morning Without Withoutany
any demonstration whatever the citizens citizensof
of Roanoke received the train when It Itreached Itre itreached
reached re ched the city this morning bearing bearlnaj
j Williams WilliamsTh WIlIIm8The WilliamsThe
Th The man who has been in the Richmond
jail for safe keeping wan put aboard a aspecial aepeelal aspecial
special train last night guarded by the theRichmond theRichmond theRichmond
Richmond military Other companies were wer
picked up along the way until when Roa Roanok Roanoke Rcanoko
nok noke was reached there were W IYI men In
line lineHa lineHew lineHewas
Ha Hew Hewas was escorted to the court courthouse house through
perfectly quiet streets a jury was secured securedwithout securiidwithout securedwithout
without difficulty and his hl trial resulted In Ini InII ina
i II sentence of death deathH
H He will be hanged hag on March 18 and will be ben ben bemian
n tbs mean time confined In the Lynohburg LynchburgThe
all allI
The testimony lmOJl submitted showed con conj conCluiivl
j o Cluiivl I ualvlY dE that Mrs Hrsffhlllidt W Shield ww w assaulted I1ted
W wlralnaUyandher arlDJIlAU 7snd1ierbroatcutwitharszor aDd h throat out with a war
The Awakening keni g of th the fast fastBy
A study of China Japan and Siberia their development de elopment In the past pasttheir pasttheir
their relations and anI their possibilities po lblllUes for the future futureAsiatic futurej
AJto Mtoettera th r v6tY vtt able blt book by an author who gatherS wIthout wIthoutre wIthoutreJ
j re reJ J udlc61is dlt ala flctsit facts t ftrst hl1Jd2he Nation 150 tZ5OAsiatic 150Asiatic
Asiatic Russia By y GEORGE F i WRIGHT WRIGHTRussia WRIGHTRussia WRIGHTRussia
Russia In Asia Its geography and Its people presented with complete completeness
ness and much Interesting detail detailBy detailBy detailBy
By far the best work on a subject that Is one of the most vital vitalChicago vitalClicCJgo vitalCMcago
Chicago Tribune 2 Volumes Ittutlrated liluetr led Net f7SO f7SOThe F75OThe 750 750The
An Intimate account of the people their character and customs by one onawho onewho onewho
who lived five years among them themInteresting themIntereting theminteresting
Interesting throughout and gives one fn of the most Intimate ac accounts accounts atcounts ¬
counts of ofthe the Japanese accessible to English readers redersJlinneapolia redersJlinneapoliaoTourMl Minneapolis MinneapolisJournal
Journal lUiutmttd Nit N t150 t150McCLUREPHlLLlPS 150 150McCLUREPHILLIPS 150McCLUREPIULLIPS
LU Lucky ky ia l the publishing firm that chances chancesto
to have in press at t the moment a a book bookdealing bookd bookdealing
d dealing 81lna with things Russian or Japanese JapaneseEvan JapaneeoEven JapaneseEven
Even luckier an those firm ftrDlf rn whose lists listsinclude listsinclude
include the few fewetandard standard works workaupon upon Russia RussiaJapan RU8 RussiaJspn Ia IaJapan
Japan and Eastern diplomacy diplomacyThe
The average reader Is at present pre ent bur burrowing burrowlJ1i barrowing ¬
rowing for accurate information upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the topic of international Importance Importancethat
that have recently become conspicuous conspicuousand
and booksellers libraries and publishers publishershave publlehel1lhave publishershave
have convincing evidence of the interest interestfelt Interestfelt interestfelt
felt Books that have for years been prac practically practfoalJy practlcaliy ¬
tically out of demand have suddenly suddenlywakened auddeJ suddenlywakened y ywakened
wakened to brisk sales new books for forwhich forwhloh forwhich
which little success was expected have haverun haverun haverun
run through first editions with unlooked for forrapidity torrapidity forrapidity
rapidity constant demand has led the theretail theretail theretail
retail booksellers to group imposing arrays arraysof arrByof
of books boo on Russia and audJapan Japan whore they theywill theywill theywill
will jump at the eyes of oustomors and andlibrarians andlIbrar1an andlibrarians
librarians are developing an awesome awesomefamiliarity awesomefamlllarity awesomefamfliarlty
familiarity with unpronounceable names namesand nameand namesand
and places placesThough placesThoUih placesThough
Though the timeliness a of certain new neweditions newedltloll8 neweditions
editions of Russian novels is of course courseunpremeditated oourseunpremeditated courseunpremeditated
unpremeditated the publishers should pour poura
a libation to the god of chantje chantjeThe ohamJ8The ohance ohanceThe
The first four volumes of Charles Sorlb Sorlbners Soribners Scribnera
ners Sons edition of Turgenieffs novels novelstranslated novelstranalated novelstranslated
translated by Isabel Hapgood have just justappeared Justapp justappeared
appeared app lUed and Funk Wagnalls an announce announae announce ¬
nounce the first volume of an edition of ofTototois orTolltoil ofTolstoie
Tototois novels The volume contains containsSevastopol containsBeva containsSovaatopoi
Sevastopol Beva topol and Other Sketches and the thetranslation thetranslation thetranslation
translation is made by Louise and Aylmer AylmerMaude Aylmer1fAude AylmerMaude
Maude who are personal friends of Tolstoi TolstoiApropos TolBtolApropos TolstoiApropos
Apropos of Tolstoi he has recently read readto readto readto
to his friends and household hou ehold at Jassnaja JassnajaPoljana J88snajaPolJana JassnajaPoUana
Poljana a new novel which he calls After RAfterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the Ball The title calls up frivolous frivolousassociations frivolousauoclatlonl frivolousassociations
associations to the flippantminded but butarguing butarguing butarguing
arguing from previous experience with the thegreat theireot thegreat
great Russians work it seems e 1D8 cafe to as assume assums I Illume ¬
sums that the story Is not exactly frivolous frivolousWhether frivolousWhether frivolousWhether
Whether the novelist will modify his hisresolution hisreaolutlon hisresolution
resolution not to publish any more fiction fictionduring fictionduring fictionduring
during his lifetime and will bring out this thisnew thisnew thisnew
new novel remains to be seen seenTolstoi seenToletol seenTolstoi
Tolstoi is not notranked ranked araonff amol13popular popular novel novelists novellAta novelista ¬
ists yet the fact remains that his hi works workshave workshave
have a wider circulation than those of any anyother anyoth anyother
other oth living author his books having been beenprinted beenprinted beenprinted
printed in fortysix different languages and anddialects anddlalecta anddialects
dialects dialectsBooks dlalectaBoob dialectsBooks
Books upon the Cuban and Boer wars warswere warswere warewere
were hurried into print with record break breaking breakIng breakleg ¬
ing rapidity but the RussoJapanese Ru aoJapaneiO War Warbids Warbldl Warbids
bids fair to call forth still more spectacular spectacularliterary epeetacularUterary spectacularliterary
literary hustling Already Cassells CU8 U an announce announce announce ¬
nounce a History of the Japanese e War Warto Warto Warto
to bo published in fortnightly parts each eachpart eachpart eachpart
part following close upon the heels of the theevents theevents theevents
events It chronicles chroniclesThe chronJcl8lThe chroniclesThe
The first part already written deals with withthe withthe withthe
the causes of the war and its possibilities possibilitiesand poll blUties blUtiesand
and is the work of Arthur Diosy chairman chairmanof
of the council of the thoJapan Japan Society SocietyBooker SocietyBooker SocietyBooker
Booker T Washington new book bookdeala bookdealawith deals dealswith dealswith
with the influence h luence of manual training upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the problem of negro development and is isentitled isentitled isentitled
entitled Working With the Hands HandsBooth HandlBooth HandsBooth
Booth Tarkington and his family have havetaken bavetaken havetaken
taken an apartment In Rome and will spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the spring there moving to a villa at Capri Caprifor Caprilor Caprifor
for the summer summerCaroline summerCaroline summeriarolIne
Caroline Abbot Stanley has chosen a adramatic adramatlo adramatic
dramatic episode epl ode in our national history historyfor
for the basis of her novel Order No It Itand Itand 11and
and the only on 1 wonder is that no earlier earliernovelist earliernovelist earliernovelist
novelist preempted the theme themeThe themeThe thornsThe
The border warfare between Kansas Kansasjayhawkers Kanl8Jayhawkers Kansasjayhawkera
jayhawkers and Missouri M1 aouri guerrillas led tedto ledto ledto
to the Issuing of the famous order which whichdepopulated whichdepopulated whichdepopulated
depopulated Jackson COBS Bate and Ver Vernon Vernon Vernon ¬
non counties In order orderto to deprive the guer guerrillas guerrll1a8 guerrillas ¬
rillas of harboring places paoe The inhabitants inhabitantswere
were required to move out within fifteen fifteendays fifteendays fifteendays
days and echoes of the trials and hard hardships hardhlps hardships ¬
ships entailed have ulve come down to this thisday thisday thisday
day dayMrs
Mrs Stanleys own aunt went out as asdid liSdid asdid
did a certain character in the nieces story storyin storyIn
in an Improvised cart drawn by two twoyearling twoY8l1rllng twoyearling
yearling calves and with five little daughters daughterstucked daughterstucked daughterstucked
tucked In around her and Mrs Stanleys Stanleyschildhood Stanleyschildhood Stanleyschildhood
childhood was spent In Cass county where wheretheair whoretheair here herethe
theair the air la I still stllUulloftale full of oftales tales of ofOrdorNoIt ofOrdorNoItSince Order OrderNo No 11 11Since iiSince
Since then she has gone back again and andagain andagain andagain
again to collect material for the novel she shewas shoWIlS suewas
was planning planningMajor planningMajor planningMajor
Major Martin Hume author of The TheLove TheLove TheLove
Love Affairs of Mary Queen of Scots Scotsleft ScotsWomYIIII Scotsleft
left Wemyss Castle the other day bearing bearingaway boa bearingaway ring
away In his bag a manuscript that Scotland Scotlandhas Scotlandba Scotlandhas
has ba been longing to see for many u year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It is the diary of David Wemygs Lord LordElcho LordElcho LordEloho
Elcho who went out with Prince Charlie Charliethe Charliethe Charliethe
the Young Pretender in 1745 1745Lord 175Lord 1745Lord
Lord Elcho was then 26 and from his hisyouth hisyouth hisyouth
youth had been an ardent Jacobite lie liewas 110was liewas
was opposed to the rising of 1745 but never nevertheless neverthelee nevertheless ¬
theless rained a troop of lifeguards which whichho whichhe whichhe
he commanded until the defeat of Culloden CullodenWhen CullodenWhen CulloderiWhen
When Prince Charlie fled fledto to the Continent ContinentLord ContinentLord ContinentLord
Lord Elcho went with him During the thelong thelong thelong
long foreign 10r lgn exile Lord Elcho kept a care careful carlrul careful ¬
ful diary and in its pages without fear or orfavor orravor orfavor
favor the baeo and vain character of the thelast thela thelast
last la t of the Pretenders was WRslald laid bare bareMany bareMany bareMany
Many distinguished historians have asked askedpermission askedpermissIon askedpermission
permission to use the diary but it has al always alway always ¬
ways boon refused reru ed and It Is a triumph for forMajor lorMajor forMajor
Major Hume to have persuaded the owner ownerof ownerot ownerof
of Werayss Castle to allow him to use the theThe thepapers thopapers
papers papersThe papersThe
The Fat of the Land is a delightful delightfulbook dollghtrulbook delightfulbook
book but the map Inserted as frontispiece frontispieceis
is misleading There we have a map of ofthe otthe ofthe
the farm with its orchards its black loam loamits loamIta loamits
its grain fields all clearly designated but butadjoining butadjoining butadjoining
adjoining the farm is a plot marked boldly boldlyThe boldlyThe boldlyThe
The Widows 180 acres acrosKow acresNow acresNow
Now this sounds promising Who would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not go back to the soil with a fascinating fascinatingwidow fascinatingwidow fascinatingwidow
widow next door Here is a situation situationfor Ituatlonforromanoe
for forromanoe forromanoeBut romance romanceBut romanceBut
But John Williams Streeter was 53 when whllnIII whenHi
III 11 health forced him to give up city medical medicalpractice medioAlpractJee medicalpractice
practice and go In for scientific fanning fanningand tanningand farmingand
and the widow died giving her neighbor neighboran
an opportunity to buy her land So the theromance theromance theromance
romance doesnt materialize but a most moatentertaining mostentertaining mostentertainthg
entertaining story does doesMr doesMr doesMr
Mr Streoter has written a practical practicalbook practJoalbook practicalbook
book but has told his story with an en enthusiasm enthualasm enthuslasm ¬
thusiasm an er originality and a fine flavor flavorof 1Iavorof flavorof
of humor that should make I WI it popular
even though tho widow doesnt presen presenherself present presontherself presentherself
herself in the manner expected expectedWilliam expectodWilliam expectedWilliam
William Stearns Davis is at Harvard Harvarddoing lIarvarddolDC harvarddoing
doing the necessary work required for i iPh a aPh aPh
Ph D degree from his alma mater Hi Hihas He HehM Hehas
has however had time to write tho nove novefor novel novelfor novelfor
for which he was collecting material it itFrance In InFranoe InFrance
France last summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The storys action takes place in th thFrance the theFrance theFrance <
France of 1236 and concerns a conspiracy conspiracyto
to dethrone King Louis tho Saintly ant antdishonor and anddl anddishonor
dishonor dl honor his Quoen QuoenMerely QuoenMeroly QueenMerely
Merely Mary Ann was originally in included Inoluded ineluded ¬
eluded in Israel ZangwIHa collection of ofabort ofhort ofehort
abort stories called The Grey Wig The Thesuccess Theuoceea Thesuccess
success of tho dramatized version has in induced induced induced ¬
duced the thepublishereto publishers to bring out a separate separateand IOparateand separateand
and attractive edition of the one story storyillustrated storyIllustrated storyillustrated
illustrated with stage pictures but retain retaining retainIng retainlog ¬
ing the literar literary ending which waa marred marredIn
In tho drama by the necessity for a cheerful cheerfuland cheerruland cheerfuland
and sentimental sentlmentalllml flnul curtain curtainPaul ourtalnPaul curtainPaul
Paul H Hanus who has just published a acollection acollection acollection
collection of essays on The Modem ModernSchool ModemSchool ModemSchool
School dealing with tho problems of the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high school and its relation to the primary primarygrades primarygrqdee primarygrqdee
grqdee and to college Is professor of peda pedaglcs pedaIo8lcs pedagctcs
Io8lcs glcs at Harvard HarvardOTHER HarvardOTIIER HarvardOThER
The Confiding Dennett Acquired a Jeer JenDavis JeffDavis JeerDavll
Davis Cabin Which No o One Would Buy linyWLon DU DUWhon BuyWhen
When Sandford Swain the manager of ofDennetts orDennett ofDannetts
Dennetts lunch rooms read In yesterdays yesterdaysSUM
SUN about the Lincoln cabin now stored at atCollege atCollego atCollege
College Point ho was reminded of a Jeffer Jefferson Jefterson Jefferson ¬
son son Davis cabin that he has had on his bishands hishands hishands
hands for several years oors Both of these thesecabins thesocabins thesecabins
cabins were owned by A W Dennett until untiljust untilJust untiljust
just before his financial reverses in 1898 1808The 1898The 1898The
The Lincoln cabin then passed into tho thohands thohanda thehands
hands of David Crear a New York builder builderand builderand builderand
and the Jefferson Davis cabin into the thehands thohanda thehands
hands of his stepson Mr Ir Swain SwainI
I have very good reasons for remember remembering rememberIng rememberIng ¬
ing that Jeff Jef Davis cabin said Mr Swain Swainyesterday Swainesterday Swainyesterday
yesterday Sir Dennett bought the Lin Lincoln Lincoln IAncoin ¬
coln cabin about ten years ago through a aminister aminister aminister
minister the Rev J W Bingham of ofHodgenville ofHodgemille ofHodgenville
Hodgenville Bowling Green and other otherplaces otherplact otherplaces
places in Kentucky Encouraged possibly possiblyby
by Mr Ir Dennetts enthusiasm in historic historicbirthplaces hlstorloblrthp1acetl historicbirthplaces
birthplaces it wasnt long before the Rev RevMr RevMr RevMr
Mr Bingham came to him again this time timewith timewith timewith
with a Jeff Davis cabin Mr Dennett Dennettjumped Donnettjumped Dennettjumped
jumped at the opportunity opportunityAlong opportunityAlong opportunityAlong
Along about the time of Mr Deunetts Dennettsfinancial Deunettsfinancial Deunettsfinancial
financial reverses when I took charge of ofthis otthis ofthis
this business I also came into possession possessionof
of this Jeff JoffDavls Je Davis cabin I wrote at onco oncoto oncoto onceto
to the Rev Mr Blngham Blnghaml18klnl asking him for forproofs rorprootl forproofs
proofs of its authenticity He replied that thathe thathe thathe
he would gladly furnish such proofs for forthe rorthe forthe
the trilling sum of 100 It seemed to me methat methat methat
that as he had negotiated ne ot1atPd the sale he should shouldfurnish shouldfurnish shouldfurnish
furnish the proofs free and so I kept my
1100 100 and he kept whatever proofs he had hadAfter hadACter hadAfter
After exhibiting my cabin at a fair in inMemphis InMemphIs inMemphis
Memphis I think it was as I offered it as a apresent npresent apresent
present to the Daughters of the Confed Confederacy Contederacy Confederacy ¬
eracy in Richmond To my surprise I re received received received ¬
ceived a most indignant reply to the effect effectthat e1ecttbat effectthat
that Jefferson Davis didnt happen to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been born in a log cabin cabinI
I next offered it to W R Carter editor editorof
f > tt T ii t6nked t6nkedme I I Ima
of the Jack80nville Metropolis lie t ed edme
me kindly for my offer and said hed be vei veiglad very veryglad veryglad
glad to have the cabin oablnIf if I could furnish furnlsuproof furnishproof furnishproof
proof I couldnt couldntWhen couldntWhen couldntVhen
When the Buffalo exposition opened openedI
I sent it there Afterward I tried to dis dispose dispose diepose ¬
pose of It to Coney Island ehowmen and andto andto andto
to the Sportsmens Show but they all de demanded demlindtd demanded ¬
manded proofs of Its authenticity It Itremained Itremained Itremained
remained at Buffalo until n couple of years yearsago yearaago yearsago
ago when I got tired of paying storage on onit onIt onit
it After paying payin the man In full I succeeded succeededin
in persuading him to accept my Jefferson JeffersonDarts JeffersonDa JeffersonDavis
Darts Da i cabin a al1 aq a gift giftWith glftWith giftVith
With the Lincoln cabin Its It differentof differentofcoursn dlfterentorIurs dlfferentofcourse
course Iurs That was taken right off the Lln Linhas Llnooln Llncoin
coin farm and AO far 1111 I know no one onehaA onehas
has ever expressed doubt as to its authen authenticity autl1enHelty authenticity ¬
No Proportion Submitted Vet It for a Settle Settlemrnt Settlemlnt Settleiiicnt
mrnt Out of Court CourtComptroller CourtComptroller ollrt ollrtComptroJllr
Comptroller Grout to whom the bills of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Consolidated Oas Company have been beensubmitted beensubmlttoo beensubmitted
submitted as a claims against the city said saidyesterday ealdyesterday saidyesterday
yesterday that ho had no knowledge of ofnegotiations ornegotlationA ofnegotiations
negotiations looking to Urn payment of ofthese orthcee ofthese
these bills by tho city This was the reason reasongiven reasongiven reasongiven
given for tho postponement of tho man mandamus mandBmuFJ mandamus ¬
damus proceedings brought by the com company company cornpany ¬
pany Mr Grout said ald yesterday that no nocommunication nooommunlClltion noconununicittion
communication had reached him In regard regardto
to the matter and that he still believed believedthe
the rates charged tho city were excessive excessiveI
I have never taken any stock In these thesemandamus thesemandamus thesemandamus
mandamus proceedings any way said tho thoComptroller thoComptroller thoComptroller
Comptroller I dont believe tho city can canbe canbe canho
be made to pay these bills in that wav In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the absence ab ence of any price mutually agreed agreedupon agr8f1dup agreeduptn
upon up < n before the service was wa rendered renderedIn
In the absence of such an agreement fin in inthis Inthis inthis
this case the only action ia ono to prove provethat provethat provethat
that the value of the goods delivered was wasas wasall wasas
as represented a very different proceed proceeding proceerlIng proceedlog ¬
ing When the company proves that the thevalue thevaluo thevalue
value of the gas it has delivered since Its Itscontract Itacontract Itscontract
contract expired is correctly stated in its itsbills Itsbills itsbills
bills then it would be right rl ht for the city to topay topay topay
pay Without such proof I do not believe believethe believethe believethe
the bills aro just or that the city should shouldpay shouldpay shouldpay
pay them themMr themMr themMr
Mr Grouts approval is necessary before beforetho beroretho beforetho
tho bills can bo paid unless the courts PO POorder poorder soorder
order Corporation Counsel Delany said saidyesterday FlaldYeAtfrday saidyesterday
yesterday that ns neynt yet no definite proposition propositionhad prop ltlon ltlonhad
had been made by the gun company It Itwas Itwas itwas
was Intimated however that the reason
for the th postponement of tho milt was that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the companys ropro ItprntotlvlfI f > ntntlve had told the thocity thecity thecity
city that a proposition was being formu ¬
lated and would bo presented pr sented within a few fewPUBLICATIONS
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Washington Correspondent of the New York YorkErmIna YorkErnIfl
ErmIna ErnIfl 101
Ready Rad February 19 19D Q QD 9p
D Appletoi and Company PaWMieri Plbl F 1Ibers cr
Will Eventually lv the Pulpit r fir r taw tawBta tilelta thistage
Bta stage e Which 111 He Better lleltene to tGBnader j jUrosder at atBroader
Broader Field far the lit Piwwdc Piwwdclion fIN fINCIon PrissuIVlion
lion er Real eni ReNfteM IIeI1CI i Tratk TratkThe TnltL TnltLThe 11kThe
The Rev Wilson FriGht star pupil of ofthe ofthe ofI
I the Blythe School 8chO l of Acting at M W Wait WMti WaitNinetyseventh t tNinetyseventh
i > Ninetyseventh street canoe down d Wn Wnida yttt yastI r ri
i ida I day from Attleboro Mass where n npreached b bpreached ha hapreached
preached to nearly a thousand people In hihis Inhis inhis
his church on Sunday S y Although Mr Mrj MrFrioht
j II Frlcht spends most mo t of every week here hereI herepNparlng heropreparing
I preparing for a stage career be Is I still stillpastor stillpastor un unpaltor
pastor of his church and receives the moraland moral moraland icsland
and financial 1Inanclallupport support of his congregation congregationThe dCID dCIDThe
The Rev Mr Frlcht isnt learning 1ear IDa to be bean bean bean
an actor in order to Improve his preach preaching pcbIne preachlog ¬
log although that may foUow He U actually actuallyintends actuall7Intends actuallyintends
intends to tread the boards because be tobelieves bebelieves bebelieves
believes he can do more good u an actor actorthan actorthan actorthan
than as a preacher He has been a minister ministerof
of three different denominations and ia ianow IIInow isnow
now pastor of an independent church churchBut ohurchBut churchBut
But in none has ha he had a broad b enough enoughscope enouabIOOPO enoughscope
scope for his talents talentsI
I have had a rather unusual history historyfor blttoryfor historyfor
for a clergyman said Mr Fricht to a SON SONroporteryestorday SnNreporter Svzrreporteryesterday
roporteryestorday reporter YeBterday After I was wUracluated wUracluatedfrom waigraduatedfrom graduated graduatedfrom
from Mount Union College at t Alliance AllianceOhio AllianceOhio lliuceOhio
Ohio and Drew Theological Seminary at atMadison atMadison atMadison
Madison N J I held a pastorate In a Metho aMetbodlst aMethodiet Methodist ¬
dist church in New England But the theecclesiastical theeooleslastioal theecclesiastical
ecclesiastical polity of the thoMothodiat Methodist Church Churchbecame Churohbecame QsUTOhbecame
became unbearable to me and I got out outThen outThen outThen
Then I joined the Congregational Church Churchbut Gburohbut I
but that was too narrow I was about to toenter toenter toenter
enter tho Unitarian fold but accepted acceptedinstead ICOeptedInstead acceptedInstead
instead the pastorate of an Independent Independentflock Ind pendent I Iflock
flock in Attleboro It was a noble work workand workand workand
and has succeeded but I hope to find a abroader abroader abroader
broader field on the stage stageMr stageMr tageMr
Mr Frlcht is a young man and looks looksmore loobmore looksmore
more like an actor than like a clergyman clergymanHis
His dress dre a is a neat compromise between betweentho betweentho betweenthe
tho two styles Perhaps he more closely closelyresembles c1o closelyresembles el11 el11resembles
resembles a prosperous poet than either eitheractor eitheractor eitheractor
actor or parson His features are not notwholly 1I0twholly notwholly
wholly unlike those of the greatest of drama dramalists dramatists drainstiate
lists whose plays he hopes to enact Hla Hlavoice Hievoice El Elvoice
voice is soft and well modulated But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the moat striking thing about the clerical clericaldramatic clerloaldramatic clericaldramatic
dramatic student is a great lre shook Of sliver sliverand IUerand sliverand
and gold hair hairWhon halrWhon hairWhen
Whon a reporter called on Mr Frlcht Frlchtyesterday JrIchtyesteruay Jrlchtyesterday
yesterday ho talked in the Intelligent self selfcomposed eelfcomposed selfcomposed
composed manner of a man who bu has made madeup madeup madeup
up his mind what he hewanta wants to doand do and intends intendsto
to do it itI ItI ItUI
UI I am studying for the stage elGjeIW he said ealdThat saidThat saidThat
That Is if when I have finished my work workhere workhero Workhere
here next spring I lam am good < < oed enough nough to go on onfore onMy onMy
My people In AttIe60ro thoroughly op opprove tipprove
prove ot my course 1 consulted them be betore before
fore starting in I will be sorry to give up upmy upmy upmy
my work there but the people aar 7 that thatnow thatnow thatnow
now I have started the church work they theywill thoywill theywill
will go on with it itI ItI ItI
I find that dramatic training improves improvesmy Improvemy
my preaching although that Is not the thechief thechler thechief
chief reasonTam reallon1 om here Last It Sunday night nightI t tI
I had a congregation of over 900 and our ourregular ourra ourregular
regular ra lar membership Is 350 The trouble troublewith troubleVlth troublewith
with many ministers is that they cant cantpresent cantpre cantpresent
present pre nt the truth in proper pro r form and If Ifa Ita ifa
a stage training will help them It is a good goodthing aoodthlnt goodthing
thing It In true tru that there used to be agreat agreat a agreat
great prejudice In New England against againsttho AnInstthe againstthe
the stage but I think that Charlotte CharlotteCushman CharlotteCushman CharlotteCushman
Cushman did much to change that thatI
I am going on the stage because I believe believeI
I can do more good there and find a broader broaderfield broad broadfjeld breederfield
field I have been hampered too much muchIn
In the church Dont misunderstand me meI
I still believe in religion In fact it Is I the theone tbeone
one greatreallty But I believe I can teach teachits tMCbIt teachIts
its It truths better on the stage than from fromthe fromtheJlulplt fromthe
the theJlulplt theJlulpltThe pulpit pulpitnecessary pulpitThe
The new phllo philosophy ophY of o evolution baa baamade hasmade
made an entirely new teaching of religion religionnfCEAMry religionnecessary
necessary Many men like L Ladvise Lyman Abbott Abbottdvlse Abbottadvise
advise us to Stay in the church and reform reformits
its It II teachings from the inside I can say saythe saynlmost sayalmost
almost anything from my Attleboro pulpit pulpitbut pulpitbut
but I would be IfIIII hampered on the stage lt4geMr stageMr
Mr Frlcht Will n asked ked It the thought of ofthe ofthe
the number of frivolous and indecent plays plaYIIwhloh playswhich i iin
which were ere popular hadnt deterred him himNo himNo
No he Mid I would want to act only
in the classic drama preferably Shake Bhakespenro Shakeppenr Shakespearn
spenro I believe bell en that the people are tired tiredof tiredor tiredof
of trash and will turn once more to Shake Shakespeare ShakeIprE Shakesreare ¬
speare I notice by this mornings paper paperthnt pa paperthat r rthnt
thnt they are coln gon goIng l to produce Brownings BrowningsPippa BrownlnjtPiprm BrowningsPippa
Pippa Passes I would like to get into intoBrowning IntoBrowning IntoBrowning
Browning I dont mean to say however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that comedy Is out of place on the stag stageI
I would far rather make people laugh than thangroan thangroan thangroan
groan groanMr
Mr Frloht says that hi hIs work at the theBlythe theDlvthe theBlythe
Blythe School has been the study etud and andrecitation andr andrecitation
recitation r 1t1tlon of Shakespeares plays He has hashadaomoof baahad hashad
had hadaomoof some or the hardest parts to do he hepays heAAYII hesays
pays Mr Ir Frlcht Is l also al o busy with withfencing withrenclng withfencing
fencing lessons and other like stage Ita ac accomplishments accompllshmentB socomplishmenta ¬
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