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THE THESUNTUURSDAY SUN THURSDAY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY18 18 1904
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THE NEWEST ACTORPARSON AND ANDUIS ANDHIS ANDIlls
HIS INGENUOUS PLEA PLEAWill PLEAftU1 PLE4win
Will Be Inenloate Truth With a Sermon SermonDropped 8ermOI1Dropptd SermonDropped
Dropped Into Hamlet T f11p Tip for forDramatics torDramatlJ forDrmU1E
Dramatics DramatlJ l Go Partner With Royalty Royaltybut Royaltybut floysitybut
but Spread the Batter on Thick ThickHere TblekHere Tbtekflere
Here Is a new variation on an old old oldtheme oldtheme oldtheme
theme A young clergyman discovering discoveringthat
that the pulpit does not give him enough enoughnotoriety enouahnotoriety enoughnotoriety
notoriety has announced his intention of ofgoing orgoing ofgoing
going on the boards Of course he will play playShakespeare playShakespeare playShakePeU
Shakespeare and andBrowningno Browning no lesser game gameever gameeverlnterests gameever
ever everlnterests interests ambitious ambltiousdbutants debutants d butante Novelty Noveltythus NoveltythWi NoveltytuitarLberolsn9t
thus tuitarLberolsn9t for ar there la not But Butllstentotheple Butllstentothepleof listen to the plea pleaof pleaof
of this ingenuous youth you h He does not pur purel purp08e
p08e el OlOYUfl vatlna the llta StftgOflO iOt he purhis his histhe hlascheme hisheme
scheme heme bI bigger He will nofnnot fnoulcate oulcate the theinoraUtyand thegrand theafld
grand afld truths of inoraUtyand moraUt morality and religion with withiroposes withthe withthe
the aid or the theatre How he iroposes iroposesd
to accomplish this feat Is not stated d per perh perhops r rhaPS
h haPS pe by intercalating a sermon in n the mid mlddla middle middie
die of o Hamlet perhaps by playing the therole theroleoa theroleoaTOUwithadevOUtznien
role roleoa roleoaTOUwithadevOUtznien of a rout with a devout mien 0 drama dramaho
a t ho how art rt thou fishlfled by all this cant ana anarantr anarantl and andMnt
rantr rantrBaron
rantlBaron
Baron Schoenthan says the Era the theauthor theauthor theauthor
author of the drama Maria Theresa Theresastates Theresastltet Theraatatft
states that some of the best scenes of the theplay theplay theplay
play were suggested SUUe ted by the Emperor Fran Francis Francl FrandoofAustria ¬
cis doofAustria doofAustriawith of o Austria Hearing that a play dealing dealingwith dealingwith
with hi his great ancestress ance trees wan to be written writtenremarks writtenremarks writtenremarke
remarks the author his Majesty invited invitedme
me to the Hofburg and asked me about aboutthe abouttbf aboutthe
the plot and various incidents of the tb drama dramaAfter dramaArter dramaMter
After listening patiently to what I had to tosay tosay toBay
say the Emperor told me a number of ofanecdotes o oanEocdote ofaneedotee
anecdotes concerning Maria Theresa and andmany andmany andmany
many Incidents of her life new to me I Icot Igot Igot
got them from rom my father fathert who got them themare themfrom themrrom
from hi father said the Emperor mperor They Theyare Theyre
are re family secrets but will not suffer from frombeing frombfln frombeing
being bfln put In n a good play
When I finished fln lhed my drama the Em Emperor Emror Emperor ¬
peror ror again asked me to the Hofburg and andi
i read the piece to him hlIn continued the theauthor theauthorland theauthor
author authorland and then and there he suggested suggestedI
a numDer of Improvements all of which whichI
I followed and they pleased the public publicImmensely publicImmellBely publiclmmenscly
Immensely When I saw his Majesty a athird athird athird
third time I took the liberty to say If Ifyour Ifyour Ifyour
your Majesty Maje ty had not been a a sovereign sovereignthe
the profession profe slon of playwright might have haveyielded hveyIelded haveyielded
yielded you a success and laurels Hush Hushcried HulhCrIed Huehcried
cried Francis Joseph William might hear hearof hearo hearof
of o this and I dont want to have it known knownthat knowntbt knownthat
that I poach on his preserves preservesA pre erves W WA
A pretty story with a familiar ring Vol Voltaire Voltaire Voltairs ¬
taire made the same courtlerlike speech speechto
to Frederick and then went out into the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets of o Potsdam and snickered How However Howefer ¬
ever Baron Schoenthan knows on which whichfide whichIide whichside
fide of his bread the butter is thickest thickestFrancis thickestFrancis thickestFrancis
Francis Joseph has nothing to fear from fromKaiser fromKalBr fromKaiar
Kaiser William who Just now In employed employedin
in driving from Germany impressionistic impressionisticart
art and belauding the framed monstrosi monstrosities ¬
l tlfIIln ties In brown and black which fill the Royal Royalgalleries Royal811erle Royalgalleries
galleries 811erle at Berlin BerlinBut BerlinBut BerlinBut
But the Sohoenthan affair constitutes a aprecedent ap aprpcedant
precedent p ent Dramatists before putting pen pento pento I Ilies
to paper In plays dealing with royal fam famlitll famlies
lies would do well to interview members of ofwaited ofexalted ofexalted
exalted households h in order to glean anec anecdotes anecdotes anectotes ¬
dotes For example Theodore Kremer Kremercontemplates KreJnerContemplates Kremercontemplates
contemplates a play in which the adventures adventuresof
of o Mr Roosovelt are to be set forth fortha forthal1ypothetical forthahypothetical a ahypothetical
hypothetical case this but it will serve serveForthwith serveForthwith serveorthwtth
Forthwith the author of Rachel Goldstein Goldsteinand Goldsteinnd Goldsteinand
and nd half hal a hundred classics of the Far East EastSide EastSide EastSIde
Side visits vl its Oyster Bay Then armed with withelaborates withacts withseth
acts bristling with facts Herr herr Kremer Kremertlaboratetl Kremeriaborates
elaborates his play and presently all the thebillboards theblllborda thebillboards
billboards in the land announce in tall tallletters tallIettPrs tailletters
letters the advent of a now national drama dramaentitled dramaentitled dramaentitled
entitled The Prince of Rough Riders or orBlack orBlack orlack
Black lack Won at St Juan JuanBeerbohmTree JuanrbohmTree Juanl3eerbohmTree
BeerbohmTree rbohmTree has founded a school for foractors foractors foractors
actors in connection with His MaJesty MajestysTheatre MajelltysTheatre MaJestyTheatre
Theatre It promises to be a great success successthough 8UcceslthouJJ successthough
though it J l doubtful If the Encliah manager managerwill manageremulate managerwill
will emulate Herr Conned and teach his hisfemlnln hisfeminine hisemlnlne
feminine pupils the proper pronunciation pronunciationof
of the English tongue tongueOne tongueOne tongueOne
One of the London newspapers has dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered that David Belasco Is a descendant descendantof
of o the old PortugueseEnglish family of the thecame thecame thesame
came of which a celebrated pugilist was a amember amember amember
member Mr Belasco is something of o a afighter alighter afighter
fighter himself himselfThe himselfThe himselfr
r
The expression Brunch used by Fer Ferdinand Ferdinand Perdinand ¬
dinand Gottschalk In Glittering Gloria Gloriais
is a combination portmanteau word in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which is packed two meanings meaningsbreakfast meaningsbreakfastand breakfast breakfastand
and lunch It derives from Lewis Carroll Carrollth Carrollthe Carroilthe
the th author of Alice in Wonderland WonderlandMr
Mr Gottschalka Oott ohalk many friends and ad admirers admirers admirers ¬
mirers were very glad to see him in his old oldform oldonn oldform
form onn the other night at Dalys At one onetime onetime onetime
time there was a rumor rom or that he would lose losen
a leg by amputation However alls well wellhat wel wellthat
that dances well and there was W no sus suspicion suspicion suepicion ¬
picion of lameness laenE in the exceedingly lively livelyunderpinnings lvely lvelyunderpinnings livelyunderpinnings
underpinnings of o clover volatile volatie Ferdinand FerdinandIt Ferdinnd FerdinndIt
It might prove profitable proftable to write wrie for forMr forIr forMr
Mr Ir Gotlschalk Gotschnlk a piece piec in which he could couldplay couldplay couldplay
play the piano Ho le to II musical muslcalb and can canimitate canImitate canimitate
imitate many persons on the keyboard keyboardThe key keyloardThe oard oardThe
The Philanthropists a translation trnRlton of ofM o oI ofM
M I Brleuxfl Lea Le Blenfalteurs Blenfaleurs was wa given givenrecently givenrPnty givenrecently
recently rPnty by tho Stage Society in London LondonThe IondonThe LondonThe
The play has not worn wor well though but butfew butrew butfey
few years rMr eara old His Hl new ne drama Raw a pro production producton productLon ¬
duction ducton in Paris Parll night before last lastCapt llt lltCapt lawCapt
Capt Ba BI Basil il Hoods comedy comey Love in a aCottage aotago aCottage
Cottage otago Is praised In London Lndon for Us 11 sim simplicity simplcity sunplicky ¬
plicity plcity and charm Charm It in II of the Caste Casteand CaRtehnd Castend
and nd Sweet W0t Lavender Lvenderw pattern pater and is full fullof fullof ul
of o humor OB 81 well wel as al sent sentiment sentimentThere Iment ImentThere ImentThere
There Is II i a mighty pother In the fort fortnightly PorfniphIy ort ortnilhlV
nightly nilhlV Review RerieU over tho th degeneration degenerton of the theBrilsh theBriIAh theBriish
Brilsh drama dramawaR was there re ever a time In Inhistory InhL Inhistory
tl tme
history hL ory when the drama drma was 8S not notdegenert notdegenertinl degenerat degenerating ¬
ing inl Distinguifiliod DI8tlngu hf > d perftonagee whose whosepractical whoseprctml whosepractical
practical prctml knowledge knwloK6 of 0 renge the theatre thetre Is not notremarkable notremarkble notremarkable
remarkble remarkable protest proteit against againt the et e cetera ceteraTO ctteraYou
TO I You know kow tho style of attack atackl That Thatmagic Thatmlglc Thatmagic
mlglc magic phrase phrR6 Endowed J ncowt theatre Again AgainflAHhes againn againflashes
flashes n he forth forh In nil nl Its ls illuding iuding splendor splendorAnd sple or ornr
And nr nd the thf mllllonnire mllonnlr still Rtl continue Iontlnue ontlnu to hang hng
bnok olk And thny thl always will wi Afl AI the Km Kmwllorlally Er Erallorial1y
wllorlally ILorlly asks alkl What Wha does OOC London want wantwith wantwlrh wantwith
with an endowed endowlt theatre th Atro There Tpr are too toomsny toomlny toomany
many mlny theatres thetreA both In London and anl New NewVork Newrnk NewI
Vork rnk I ork What Wht we most need are more en endowed endoP endowed ¬
dowed doP managers mngenendwe managersendowed endowed with brains brainsenough brins brinsenouKh brainsenough
enough to make mke a theatre thetre pay Any other othertent othertft othertest
tent tft hut the t he box bx office ofce one On is II futile fute Money Moey
talks talk and Its If eloquence eloquenc is never BO 10 marked markedas mrke
as RI at a box bx omce Thorp Thef are lots of good goodtern goodply goodplays
ply plays but no stock companies to ply play them themoTlreMomA themTiresome tern ternTlrenora
Tiresome Beauty IB II a new nw one act at play playin
in verse vers by Ludwig Ldwig Fulda VIlcb the original originalauthor orlKlnalauthor originalaUthor
author despite depite himself of o Admirable Admirablepiooe
Crichton and other uoblnRon Crusoe CrusoepilA Crusoepi
piooe pilA pi ces Didnt Guy OU1 do Maupnwoant faupatant write wrie a astory a8tory astory
story called caled Inutile Inutle Beauty BeautyA
A society soity for the promotion promoton of o modern moderndramatic moderndramatic
moer
dramato dramatic art ar nan hS hM been ben started tatedat at Strasaburg StraAburg
the town where the liver
composed twn goose OO lver patties pttes are arecomposed arecomposed
Jos6 Jos Echegerays now four act drama dramain
i in entitled entited The Te Dlaequllibrated Dlqulbrated An Inter Interesting Intertng Interesting ¬
esting tng account acount of it may may bo b found In the theMtrcurt theMercure theMercurg
Mtrcurt de France for February Any Anyplay Imyplay Anyplay
play from thA pen of o this powerful pwerful unequal
dramatist was We pn bound to be b of o interest InterCt The Themain 1he 1herain Iiiemain
main rain theme Is that men and women woren of o vli vi t tuoijs tUOlji tUOi
uoijs UOlji UOi lives lves are ae doubly exposed exposd to danger danler danlerat dangerat
I at a I critical critcal passionate palonato moment Then the thecunning theclnnlng theCunning
cunning mean rean nouled adventurer aventurer becomes bcome
their thei master mltr The third act a Is L pronounced
by the Spanish critic Gomez Carillo Cio M
being blng forceful rorcul The piece pIe has had a big I
success fUCCe Madame aame Guerrero Ouere playing the prin principal prinCipal ¬ I
cipal cpal r61 r role le Seflor Snor Se or Gom Gome Gomez z however howevr playlnl does dO not
hcsitat he lat to say that that translated tranlate La L D4 D4aullibreV D D1lllbr DdaTlIibr4e
1lllbr aullibreV would prove puerile puerl In 11 Idea In Inaris
Paris Pais aris or elsewhere elsewhereA
A As I If La L F Fcondo oonde ond Madame lladal Tanquetay Tanquetaywas TanqudrayI
was I not a I bad enough typographical ty raphlca error errorn erro erroran
an n English advertisement announces La Latutmi
RJn Engllh advertsent announc
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> tutmi word weedan an odorous o Jr one onemakes mokea all
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OPERA AND AND ANRALE2 MALLET AUSr AGAIN AGAINMine AGAINMane 6AN 6ANMe
Mine Me Calve Cve Sine Two Parts Prl and ad Cop Coppclla Coppelts
pelts pla Is Repeated RepeatedAsh Repatf RepeatedAsh
Ash As Wednesday Wene y and a the te chill ci of a wintry wintrywitod wintrywi wintrywind
wind wi appeared apeare to t have struck the Metro Metropolitan Metropoltan Metropolitan ¬
politan poltan Opera House Huse lost lt night The Te Herr HerrDirector HerrDitr HerrDirector
Director Ditr Oonrkxl cnl had ha provided pvided a bill bi whichlooked which whichlooked
looked looke like le a I grand ga gala lat charity perform performance perormanc performsf00 ¬
ance anc or a managers mners benefit beneft at the te end of a acheerful aohel acheerful
doing doingMme doig doigMm doingMme cheerful ohel season sn but there tere was wa nothing nothingdoing nothig nothigdoig nothingdoing
Mme Mm Calv4 with her contract contrt cut down downappeared downapp downappeared
appeared app in a scene son from trm one opera and the thewhole thewhoe thewhole
whole whoe of another anther but eleven white fronted frontedmen frontedmen frontedmen
men looked loke sadly and solemnlyfrom solemy solemnly rrm from the theopera thoopra theopera
opera opra club cub box bx and there were nail DI holes holesin holesIn
in the glterng glittering horseshoe horsehoe Blanca BiancoFroehlioh BlancaFrhlch BiancaFrhlich
Froehlioh Frhlch danced daed Svanilda Stnilda In Coppella Coppellabut Coppela Coppeliabut N Nbut
but there ther were wr empty rows rweln in the orchestra orchestraand orchetra orchetraand orchestraand
and oven eve the opera opr school Ihool did not turn tun out outIn outIn outin
In the roar rar stall stal boxes boxesMme bxe boxesMme
Mme Calve Cv disclosed dsclos the present prent measure measureof meaure meaureof measureof
of her powers in the prison prsn scone sene from fromBoltos fromBoltoll fromBoitos
Boltos Meflstofela Me totelo and ad in Msscagnis MsscagnisCavolleria MamagnisaCav5Jjeria aagnls aagnlsCvaerla
Cavolleria Cvaerla Husllcana RUlitoaa In the former formershe forer forershe formershe
she had the assistance llstace of Mr Dippel as asPaitft asFallt asFaust
Faust Fallt Mr Journot Jouret as 8 Miflslolele Jlfltolee and a alarge alarge alarge
large ablebodied ableboied crow Cr to which whch sheolung sheolungwith she he clung olungwih clungwith
with wih muscular mUBul despair de not in the score scoreIt are areIt scoreIt
It was wa a a touching touchlnglght sight pr but not even Mme MmeCalve1 MmeCv MineCa1v4
Calve1 Cv baa ha yet ye explained plned how a roadside roadsidecross roaside roasidec roadsidecross
c cross about abut seven feet fe high came ce to te be bestanding bestanding
standing aandln around aund in a dungeon dungen doing noth nothing nothIng nothlog ¬
ing but waiting watlnC for her to come cme andcling andclingto an 1n 1nto
to It However the cross cr bore br up bravely bravelyand bravelyand bravelyand
and having nothing to sing was discordant discordantonly d discordantonly rt rtonly
only to the
eye eyeThe eyeThe eyeThe
The prima pri donna donn sang sg the Meflstofele Meflstofelescene Meflstofelewscne Mofistofelescene
scene scne a great arot deal del better btter than she has sung sunganything sug suganylg sunganythIng
anything anylg else ele this th season seon It I cannot cot be besold bed besaid
sold d that she wasin wa was In good go voice and in I the theflrst thofrst thefirst
first frst air ar her he bits of coloratura clorua were cheer cheerfully cher cherfuly cheerfully ¬
fully fuly cumbersome cbroe and hard hrd in I tone ton After Afterthat Afterthat Afterthat
that however she song sg with wth more smooth smoothness soth sothnE smoothness ¬
nE ness and a with wih dramatic darlslgnlfcce dramatlcslgnificance significance Mr MrDippel MrDippel
Dippel was wa an obliging Faust FaU and per permitted permlted perinitted ¬
mitted mlted himself himel to be b pushed about abut by Mar Marguerite Marlert Margueri ¬
lert gueri guerite e with wth great geat toleration tolerationout tolerton tolertonCavaerRu tolerationCavalleriaRustlcana
CavaerRu CavalleriaRustlcana tlc passed awaylth awaylthout away with without
out further furt excitement excitemet t ton th than t a ft fit of anger angeron
of Calvdbecause Calve because Mr
on the part Mme Cav baus t tHlnrichs MrHinricha
Hlnrichs Hinrchs prt the conductor not being a mind mindreader mindreer mindreader
reader could culd not foresee for a spdden desire desireon
on reer her part to alter ater the tempo temp She stamped stampedher stped stpedher stampedher
her foot fot pr viciously viciouly aa a champion chpln jig dancers dancersdo dncr
do when they they wish the orchestra orhet to play ply
faster fater Mr M Hinriohs Hinohe who has conducted conductedeverything conducte conductedeverything
everything from a one on act at opera to a music musicfestival muslofetval musicfestival
festival everhing fetval understood uerto and opra obeyed But Butneither Butneiher Butneither
neither neiher he nor nr any ay other othr conductor can canfollow c canfollow
follow folow the vagaries vaarie of Mme lme Calves Cav s singing singingand siin singIngand
and ad hence hnc there thre must mut be b troubles troublesTho tuble troublesThe
The other members rmbr of the cast ct of o Carol Caallera Cavallena
lena lera Rusttcana Rustca W were the same e OH at the thelast thel thelast
last l t performance except that Mme lme Homer Homerreplaced Home Homerreplaced
replaced replce the extraordinary extraordinar young person personwho personwho
rern rernwbo
who song 8g Lola Loa Thin was wa a source surce of 0 much muchNo muchcomfort muchcomfort
comfort to the far ear and plesre pleasure to the eye eyeNo eyeNo
No one blamed blame Tumau TumauDellbes Turdu TurduDelbc TurIduDelibes
Dellbes Delbc 5 delightful ballet balet Coppella Coppellave Coppell Coppellagave N Ngve
gave ve the audience audienc delgtful much pleasure Miss Missrfthlich MissFrhlIch IM IMFr
rfthlich gve Fr hlch is comely dance dance well wel and knows knowshow knowhow knowshow
how to t be b a doll dol in the second seond act The Therevival lbsrevival ha harolval
revival of o thle thll pretty prett work Is one of o the theraoxt themOt themost
most mOt gracious gralouR of o Mr Conrieda achieve achievement achlte achltement achievemeats ¬
meats ment People who do not go to t see se it itmisn Itml8 Itmiss
miss ml8 a genuine R8nu ne treat treatPLAYS tret tretPLA1S treAtPLAYS
PLAYS AND PLAYERS PLAYERSWlnchell PLAiERS1el PLAYERSWlneiell
Wlnchell 1el Smith Smth III IIIKeih Keith Betiding Duldn a New NewTbeatre NewTbtrVankP NewrtieatreYankee
Tbeatre TbtrVankP rtieatreYankee Yankee Cental Cnt Here HereAubrey Ht HtAubrey HereAubrey
Aubrey Boucicault Bulcutt has b been bn engaged engagedas
as leading leing man mn for fo Katharine Kherine Kennedys Kennedysnew Kenys Kenysnew
new starring stars venture at the Oarrick Gack Re Rehearsals Re Reheersals ¬
hearsals of The Ruling Power began ¬
hels wTe Rulng bgn yes yesterday 18 yesterday
terday terdayWinchell tery teryWinchel terdayWInchell
Winchell Winchel Smith the manager mager of Can Candida Candid Candida ¬
dida did W is ill Uln in his hl apartments aprtmets in the Albe Albemarle Alb Albemarie
marie mle of quinsy quisy brought on by overwork overworksince onfork onforksinc overworksince
since sinc the Mayor closed coe the Vaudeville VaudevilleTheatre Vauee VaueeThetre VaudevilleTheatre
Theatre TheatreThe Thetre TheatreThe
The Te wYanke Yankee Consul company ompny mpany arrived arrivedlast ayed ayedI arrivedlast
last I night by special IpCI train tr frojn frl tbe West WestIt We Westit
It opens ops at the Broadway with wtb a amtl matinta matintaon znatin e eon
on Washingtons Washlgone Birthday BirthdayAt Bihday BihdayAt
At an extra extr performance protmance on Saturday Saturdayat Stuay Stuaya
at a half bl prices prlc the Irving Iring Place Plac Theatre Thetre Thetreto is isto isto
to give Lessings Llngs comedy comey Minna Mna von Barn Barnhelm Brn Brnhelm Barnhelm
helm lve On Tuesday Tay Oustav OUtav von Seyffertitz Seyffertitzis
is l to have a benefit beneft in a new comedy comedyThe comedyTe comedyThe vonSyerltz vonSyerltzl
The Te last picture taken tken of o Senator Bnator Hanna Hannais
is being bein shown sl0wn on the biograph at Keiths KeithsB
B F Keith has purchased purchad a site sit and is iserecting Iseretng iserecting
erecting eretng a new theatre in Pittsburg PittsburgTony Pttsburg PttsburgTon PittsburgTony
Tony Ton Pastor Pator has ha In preparation a scene scenefrom Rcne Rcnetro scenefrom
Edward Under UnderCover UnderCver UnderCover
from tro Eward Harrigans Harigan s play pia
Cover Cver Dan Collyer Colyer Joseph Joph M 1 Sparks Sparksand Sparksand Sparksand
and his company will wi produce it itKirke ItKrke itKirke
Kirke Krke L Shello 8hele has pouc arranged with Har Harrison liarneon ¬
rison neon Grey FUke Fke for an extension extenlon of the thetime thetime thetime
time of The Virginian Vigin at the Manhattan ManhattanTheatre ManhattanTeatre ManhattanTheatre
Theatre Teatre for four weeks wek longer lonler DUB Dtn DtnFarum Dwstln DwstlnFarnum tin tinFamutn
Famutn Farum is late to be b starred some time tme later laterWilliamGillettes laterWiHam laterWililaiflOillettes
WilliamGillettes WiHam GUettes season sason In T The Admir Admirable Admirable Admlrable ¬
able Crichton at the Now Lyceum has haabeen ha hasbeen
been extended extende to t Easter Eter Monday Mondy Charles CharlesHawtrey CharieRHawrey CharlesHawtrey
Hawtrey Hawrey bn In his new play Saucy Suoy Salty Sollywill Sly Slywi Saltywill
will wi succeed succed Mr J1 Gillette GilletteALL Glltte GlltteAlL GilletteALL
ALL THE STARS HELPING HELPINGSome HELPINGSelne HELPINGgenie
Some Selne of the Novelties NOVltl They Tt1 Will mi Show Sow at atttiA atthe
the Actor Fund Benefit
Almost Almot every ever stage e favorite in I town twn i ion is ison ison
on the te programme progame arranged arange by Daniel DanielFrohman DanielFohmn DanielFrohman
Frohman Fohmn for the Actors Acr Fund benefit beneft at atthe atthe atthe
the New York Theatre a week wek from frm next nextTuesday nextTUtlay nextTuesday
TUtlay Tuesday afternoon afomoon and an most mot of the te fee features fe feetures ¬
tures ture presented preete will be stage novelties noveltiesA noveltel
A new play ply Dakota A ADakotaWidow Widow W by Grace GraceLivingston GraceLlvlng GraceLIvingston
Livingston Llvlng ton Furnlw Funi will i be given by Robert RobertEcleson Rbert RbertEdeon RobertFAleson
Ecleson Edeon EUlo do Wolfe Wole and May Robfcon Robfconanother Rb Robonanother on onante
another The Te March Marc of Time oy by Cosmo CosmoGordon CasinoGordon
ante Gordon Lennox Lnnox will wi show off al DorothyDarn Dorothy DorothyDorn DorothrDr
Darn Ooron Hattie Hatie Williams WUlm and Joseph Thee Wheelock Whe Theelock
Dr lock Jr Then Thtn there will wi be a one act actdramatic actdramato actiramatic
dramatic lck sketch tore by Clay On Orflm Green n the skit skitshowing skitsowln skitshowing
dramato showing Shylock before the Court of Ap ApriealB ApplE Appeels
sowln
peels a Sam Sm Bernard monologue a bur burTtr burlelqup burlesque
plE lesque lelqup Ttr Way IT Up rar Et East whcI9 whcso I tut tutclently tltio tItn fum fumclety stifti stifticlently
clently describes descibes It another anoth skit Tho ThoHolidays ThoHol TlioHolidays
Holidays clety ay W written witen by Grant Grat Stewart Steart for forUio forthe or orto
the Hol Twelfth Twolfh Night Club and specialties specialtiesfrom fpccaltlf speclaltissfrom
from to every eer important Importt show on Broad Broadway Broa Broadway ¬
way wayREPAIRS wayREPAIRS wayREPAIRS
REPAIRS FIRST MAYOR JUYOR SAYS SAYSInless SAYS1nttss SAYSEntees
Inless 1nttss Theyre T1frf Made Ilade In Time Tm Ilosfnfrldi IlosfnfrldiOpening Dotnftldl DotnftldlOPnln floiwnfeldsOpening
Opening OPnln of the BIJou DJou Is I Off OffMayor or orMayor OffMayor
Mayor MeClellane attention n was called calledyeaterday calledyesterday
Mclelans atont cal1
yesterday yeterday to the fact tat that the Bljou Theatre Theatrewas Thetr ThetrWM
was advertised advertied to open on Saturday night nightwith nght nghtwith nightwith
with Sydney Roeenfolds Roeneldl Century ntur Theatre TheatreStock TheatreStok TheatreSteAk
Stock Stok Company in Much Ado About AboutNothing AboutNothlnK AboutNothing
Nothing W The To Mayor remarked remrke that the thepolice thoPOIC thepollee
police would see le that tbat th the Bljou remained remaineddark rmaine remaineddark
dark POIC ark uiuess ue certain repaint were made madoWhen madeWhen madeWhen
When Mr crn RCBcnfeki RC8creid repaJ heard htard what the theMayor theMayor
Mayor had ha said lald lost lt night he lout 101t no time timeIn tme tmeIn timein te teMayor
In getting geting to the Bijou H He saw Treasurer TreasurerCampbell TrPurer TrPurerCampbel TreasurerCampbell
Campbell Campbel who wo represents reprCcta the to Siren 81rr and an was wasbo wa wasasurecl
aFaurt1 asurecl that the neeSaY neceeeary canges changes would wouldho ould ouldhf
bo hf made in time1 tm timefor for his hl company cmpany to open openon openon openon
on the thl night nllht advertised advertisedAn adverteo
An Inspector of o the the Building Buiding Department Departmentordered Dprment Dprmentorrd Departmentordered
ordered orrd INpcor sprinklers and bigger stnndplnes stnndplnesInstalled RtandpsInstaled standpipeeinstnlld
Installed Instaled In the theatre yesterday ye terdav The Thocontract Th Thecontract
contract cntrct for these thee ohanges won let noon noonafter In Inaftr soonafter
after aftr they were lre ordered orerd and the th work Is toto Isto Isto
to be finished by tomorrow night
PROPS FROM nALLACKS JALIIACHS SOLD SOLDAn SOliDAn SOLDAn
An AnotUm ADotln of Relics Rtle With Wih Attraction AtraCflm for forTheatrical forTeatrcl forThefttrlesl
Theatrical Teatrcl Folk FolkThe FolkThe FolkThe
The sale le of old ai costumes Ctumel pictures plcurel furni furniture furniture furnilure ¬
ture and stage ltago props recently rnty removed removedfrom remoo removedfrom
from a storeroom In Wallacks Wallcks Theatre Theatreto
to the te Knickerbocker Knlcerbooker Art Galleries Oalorle8 began beganyenterdftv beganyestrdAY beganyesterday
yesterday yestrdAY Some Sme of these telo things thigs date datebook dae daebak dateback
book bak to t the time tme of Lester ter Wollack Wall and his hisfirst hL hisfirst
first fst theatre teare at Broadway Braway and ad Broomo Broomostreet Brmo Brmo8trlt Broomestreet
street 8trlt The costumes ctume were all al sold 8Id yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day dayThere
dayThee There Thee was a D fair fai attendance attndac at the sale ealnwith sal salwith salewith
with a a sprinkling sprln of theatrical teaticl folks among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the bidders bl er B Klralfy KralC bought many my of oftho ofthe ofthe
the old ol costumes cstumes which whI fetched feCed from SO SOcents 5 0 0cents
cents cnts to 17 7 each ea Andrew Anr Mack Mak bought boughtseveral boughtseal boughtseveral
seal several old ol flintlock 1lntlokJ cheap cep Other Oter buyers buyerswere buye buyerswere
were Adele Ael Ritchie Rti Moctrn f Arbuckle ArbuckleGeorge Aruokle AruokleGl ArbuokleGeorge
Gl George Kmgsbury uy and Fred Fro FroYetray Xerinoz XerinozYeatardayi LennozYesterday
Yeatardayi Yetray Yesterday a offering ofetp a netted net 111 18M The Thei Te Telal1 Thesale
lal1 sale will b be cntletay continued today
i
The Old Reticle ReticleF ReticleMKING Reli le leKING 1 1ROYAL
ROYAL ROYALDAKINGPOWDE1t F
MKING DAKINGPOWDE1t DAKINGPOWDE1tABSOLUTELY KING POWDER POWDERABSOLUTELY POER POERASOLUTELY
ABSOLUTELY ABSOLUTELYFUKE ASOLUTELY ASOLUTELYPUBE ABSOLUTELYPURE
PURE FUKEThere PUBEThere PUREThere
There is no substitute substitue
WESTCHESTER GRANT VETOED VETOEDMAYOR VETOEDMAYOR VETOEDMAYOR
MAYOR MAYOR SAYS SA1S CITY OITI SHOULD HAVE HAVECOMPENSATION Hn HAVEC01111EXSATION E ECOUIJSAT10N
COMPENSATION COMPENSATIONAnd COUIJSAT10N COUIJSAT10NA
I
And A Safeguards rlIUltl That Tat Are Not ot Provided ProvidedAlderman IrovidedAlderman
Alderman Aderman Sickles Slelde at the Hearing HearingImpugns 1lllnl hearingImpugns I
Impugns ImpU Motives UotVlS of the thl Mount OoardIel floardIreid floardIreiddent Pres Prescient ¬
dent Gotshill Gothal Accused C lcUSld In Ills Ils Absence AbsenceMayor Absnc AbsncMayor AbsenceC AbsenceMayor
Mayor McClellan McClelan vetoed yesterday the theAldermens thoAderens theAldermens
Aldermens Aderens resolution resoluton giving permission penl8lon to tothe tothe tothe
the New York Westchester Wettchfster and Boston BostonRailway BostonRiway BostonRailway
Railway Riway Company Compny to croas croS the streets of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Bronx His lis veto message meNsgo says saysThe s sayThe
The ordinance ordlnanc o is dpflclent drfcleut in tho respect respectthat relpct relpctthat respectthat
that It does d08 aces not protect protelt the th citys dtYi interests interestsand Intertits Intertitsand interestsand
and that failure of Itself Iselr makes It objection objectionable obJecton obJectonable objectionable ¬
able Tho privilege which this ordinance ordinancewould ordluancewould ordinancewould
would bestow upon tho applicant applcant Is given givenwithout givenwithout Iwn Iwnwithout
without any compensation eompl Matol to the t1i city and andno andno andno
no contract cntrlc oblgaton obligation Is Imposed Irpo d et on the thegrantee theIrantl thegrantee
grantee Irantl to bear any part of the expense exptl which whichtt wlch wlchi
tt i scorns som8 reasonable rea onable to nssumn aslml will wi fall fal on onthe ontbe onthe
the city ciy in the natural course COlrso of Its develop development denlopm developrnent ¬
ment m nt by reason rtl on of the th construction constructon and andoperation aDdoperaton andoperation
operation operaton of thin thll road roadIt roadI roadIt
It I Is II well 11 for tho city to encourage the PI PIteasion pxWn extension
cty
tension Wn lon of transit trlnHlt facilities faeUileH but n 1 time tme has liascome hal hascome
come cme when it is unwise unwl o to let the urgency urgencyof
of public need force us UI lnt ints measures of oftemporary ortemprary oftemporary
temporary publo expediency regardless rpardl8 of the theeffect theeect theeffect
effect of temprary the of city such a I policy pOlcy on the future welfare welfareof wrJare wrJareor
In my cty first mrosagp mr nge to your honorable honorableboard honorablpboard honorableboard
board I spoke drst of the Ih necessity nrri lty of a general generalfiscal generaltheal nernl nernlIheal
fiscal policy polcy which bleh should be so clearly drar recoc recocnlzed reo reonl7Ad
nlzed nl7Ad that no administration admtnlstraton whatever Us Uspolitical Is Ispltcal Itspolitical
political character charrtrr could cOlld or would ould depart departfrom dpartrrom lepartfront
from pltcal It I believe also that thnt some uniform uniformsystem unlrormsystem uniformsystem
system should hlevelltHo be adopted for the protection protectionof proltrton proltrtonor
of municipal municpal Interests Intlrft 0 in eases rRlrs like Iko that dealt dealtwith dEAltwith dEaltwith
with In this ordinance This right righ to cross cronsstreets erOMIreel crossstreets
streets no 0 Indispensable to the railroad rAiroad com companies companics cornpanics ¬
Ireel panics In I a valuable munlclpil munlctp11 asset IRIt and andrert undrpjonall andtesouabl
rert rpjonall tesouabl ouable consideration conildraton should be exacted exactedI unctqrM exactedfor
rM ° It ItI itI
I shall not nt attempt at lt this tlm tints to to set up a ageneral ajenernl ftgeneral
shl nttmpt
general jenernl ruin rlf for the prnntlnic rltI r of such Rnlh prlyl prlylslons part prllIw partlsges
lsges but mrrrl point out Roml seine or the omll omllIlons anile anileelons
slons Iw Ilons which make it I lnipo IIPoso111 lmposlhle ible for mo to togive toIlvf togivs
give Ilvf my m approval to this tIii ordinance ordinanceNo
No provision rrovision Is made mlie for a I money 1011 money com comnecessary romremmtlon cornpeneahlon
peneahlon to thf the city anr and no condIton condition Is Ismposer IsImposed
Imposed that thf the expense or the structures RtrmtnrrRneCRary structuresnecessary
necessary remmtlon mposer to admit Idmlt of the tracks ninnlne ninnlneunder mnntnunder ninnlrunder
under neCRary and over the grade rll tll of tlie tu street ftrrt shall shalleither shalleither hll
either In whole or In part be borne by the theTho thecompany theCompany
company
The city ity Is II not safeguarded AarpgnadPI against nlalnRt the thebuilding theblldlni thebuilding
building of unsightly unllrhth or innrtUtlc Inarttlc structures structureswhich strurturpswhich structureswhich
blldlni which might mght forever deface derlcP the territory territorywhich trrritorythrOllh territorythrough
through which the road proposed toraR to pass passThe
thrOllh
The grant Invol involves the buiding buiidinr a ot brldil bridges bridgeswhich
which otherwise otbprwlf the city would not have haveto haveto haveto
to construct conltrlct or maintain mllntin and nd It does do not notappear notAppfar notappear
appear that the railroad rnlroad company Is I to as asBum as8ume assums
Bum any part of this thlpxpnfl expense expenseIt expenseIt
It Imposes no obligation on the applicant applicantIn npplennt
obUjltou
In I regard to the thl cost of the structures tructnrp In the theexisting theopening
opening rllard or new strieti trlpt1 or 1M wlllllnl widening or orexlstlni ofexisting
existing opAnlQ streets which will fi come Inevitably Inevitablywith loevltlbly loevltlblywUt inevitablywith
with wUt the increase of population populationThero pOlllntlon pOlllntlonThprf IflIUhIItiOflThere
There Thprf Is il no restraint rrtrnlnt upon the company lol companyIUE lny I Ias In
as n to t the use of such s1ch tich motive mutvo power within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the city limits Imlt as to prevent the th nuisances nuanl nuisancesof I i iof
of noise noie and smoke smokeImportant smokeImportant
Important ns n the th these p considerations nsldertloM are there thereIs
Is II Jmprtant Rtlll another which should have hl1 great greatweight Irpat Irpatweight greatweight I
weight Itl tho ordinance ordlnAICf taken no core to In Insure Inlure insure ¬
sure lure the usefulness 18ruln of the thl tkpH road to the thp itt pub publo publotn public publicin io ioIn
In the number of trains to be operated the thernto thf thfrlto therate
rate rlto of fare tarl far the thl location loclton of stations 8tltlOl8 and andother 81 andothOr <
other details detil that Involve 110Ive convenience and andcomfort andcomfort
comfort comfortWhile comrortWhil comforthiie
While hiie there is opportunity thesoadvnntagM thesoadvnntagMought th thren adnntllf advanta ge geought
ought Whil to be secured Aecurll by h agreement a Rrppn1nt Instead Insteadof In InteacI InteacIof trII trIIof
of seeking Ieeklng them thpf after uter the corporation corporuton has hasgained haslned hasgained
gained lned Ito desires desiresFor desiresFor
It delrf
For these thf1 reasons rla on8 while whie 1 keenly realize realizethe rralzl realizethe I
the need for immediate Immpdlltl transit trnllt Improve Improvements Imrro Imrrompntin Improvementa ¬
ments mpntin npP In the northern northlrn part 1lrt of the city ctro 1 L must mustdisapprove mURtdIRpprove mustdisapprove
disapprove this tbR ordinance ordinanceThe ordlnlnel ordinanceThe
The veto eto will wi not benefit IJeneft tho rival rl a I Port PortChester PortCeter PortCheater I
Chester company The Westchester com company compny cornPliny ¬
11
pany Ceter will wi compny renew its application applraton and an offer offerto ofer oferto oflerto
to pny pay trackage trckape rental rental Tho safeguarding safeguardingof e uartln uartlno
of o the py city cty against n aint unsightly unslght bridges con consultation conultatlon consultatlon ¬
sultation with the city cty authorities authorteR on loca location loc location ¬
tion of o stationsthe tho number of o trains trlnA to be berun berun
ton run and stato the faros far < 8 to bo charged chnfId are condi conditions conll conditions ¬ I
tions which the company will undoubtedly
agree to toBefore
agC Before sending in his veto elo the thf favor pave pavea ve vea
a public hearing In n the Council Counll Chamber ChamberOut Camber CamberOut ChamerOut
publc hearlnp
Out of o the 300 30 persons who ho attended atfn ed the thomeeting themetng themeeting
meeting six were In favor of the West WestChester Wetchester Vee Veecheater
Chester metng grant rant Thn rest Nst were fre friends of ofthe ortho ofthe
the Port Chester Chcftfr companys complnyR project The Theonly 11 Theonly
only speaker who impugned Impljn 1 tho motives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Aldermen Alenen lpaker was Wn Alderman Aldermn Daniel E ESickles J ESickles
Sickles He said saidI Sll Sllr
I appear hero today toda because bepOl 1 11m am anxious anxiousto nnxlol
to preserve th t good name of our rity I II govern government Iowr governnient ¬
ment Your tl Honor 1101 has only to glance lnncl at nt tli tlicolumns Ii the thecolumns
columns of the thl public pUhln preps to know that this thismatter tbl tblmattpr thismatter
matter has 1M become a public pUbl1 scandal Irnncal in our ourcommunttj ourcommunlt ourcommunity
community Is I it any wonder that thlt such n nscandal I ascandal
scandal hns hlR been en aroused wlnn IIln we have hn1 on ontho onthe onthe
the one on hand respectable rIIJctabIA and responsible responsibleparties rClponllblo rClponllbloparte8 rcsponslblnparties
parties applying nppllnr for n franchise rranchsl nnd having havingtheir bavll havingtheir
their parte8 application npplntlon held up for seven Vln months monthsand ronth ronthand monthsand
and on the other hand ti Up n 1 rival company companycoming conlnny conlnnyeomlnl companycoming
coming eomlnl forward to have hlvo their application applicationgranted anplrton anplrtonBrantId applicationgranted
granted BrantId In the th twinkling twlnklnl of nn eye Every Efrybdy Everybody ¬
body bdy knows why the th application applcaton of th the Port PortChester rortChp PortChester
Chester Chp tfr company was 11 Icnored and Ind every everybody everybody n nboy ¬
body boy knows why the application applrntfon of the West WestChester Vestcheater t tbpltpr
Chester bpltpr company was M granted nanlc so speedily IDPcUy
I need not voice VOIC this thl public publc surpicion RUFplCon hut hutI
I I am afraid Illtd that thlt it IB I too well wel grounded groundedProf Irounde IroundeProf groundedProf
Prof diaries GlaieR V Collin Coln one of the oourfiel oourfielfor curfol curfolfor conrad conradfor
for tho New York and Stamford Railroad RailroadCompany neUronctCompany Ito liroati liroatiCompany
Company was the thf principal speaker Fprn ol in inopposing InoPPOlnp inopposing
opposing oPPOlnp tho Westchertter WeRtchpltpr grunt Irnt Ho JB at attacked nttacked attacked ¬
tacked tho Westchester Weftche61cr companys chnrtnr chnrtnrWhen Ihnrtfr IhnrtfrWhen chnriorVhcn
When the thl WestchPuterB Wftcl t r innings Inninls begun begunDiaries h l > egitn egitnCharles gln glnCharcA
Diaries CharcA E Hughes ughf wild ki thin question qltFlon the thnMayor thoMavor theMayor
Mayor had ha to consider InRil rr win WIR not not the merltH merltHor mrrlH mrrlHor
the claims of the two
or demerits demeria of com companies cornpanics om ompanlo ¬
panics panlo but whether tho Westchester Weatchelter com company coripany ompany ¬
pany was WI a competent body boy and Bld had tho thofinancial thofnancial thefinancial
financial fnancial ability abily to carry carr out its 11 undertak undertaking Indrlalc IndrlalcIng underlaking ¬
ing Ho maintained mintaine tho affirmative nfrmative at atlength atlenpth atlength
length lengthGeorge lenpth lenpthGorgo lengthGcorge
George Gorgo S Graham Graam of Philadelphia PhiadflphllclnFel PhiadflphllclnFelfor counsel counselfor counselfor
for the banking banlln houpn hOIf iouuee of Dick A Robin Robinson nobinsn Robinson ¬
son sn said lald his hiE clients cUrnts hind satisfied satlRfed them themselves them1lv1 themselves ¬
selves 1lv1 that tat the company cmpany had n right rirht to toconstruct toconstroct toconstruct
construct a road rO I under Inder Its 11 charter and andwere andwrre andwere
were wrre prepared to provide 113000000 13000 for forits forlt forits
its lt construction conltructon and ann equipment equipmentSome equipmentBmo equipmentSome
Some Bmo of the te newnjiapern npw pappr he added addedhavo addfI addfIhave addedhave
have represented repreented that I am acting actng on onbehalf cmbehalf artbehalf
behalf of the Now York Yor New Haven Irn and andHartford anllHartfore nullHartford
Hartford Hartfore Railroad Uiro Company om ompany pan hut I want wantto wantto wanttz
to tz cay fay that tat every utterance utern < H of that kind kindIs klDI klDIIs kIndis
and false fnfceAn falseAn
Is absolutely ablolutely unqualifiedly unfullffh nlle nlleAn
An exAfsifitant exAEliFtant District Attorney Atoroy In nn nnappeal nnappeol anappeal
appeal appeol to tho Mayor to sign filn the tlp grunt gruntmode grantmade rnt rntro
mode a personal prnonal attack atack on President Prfaidrnt Got Gotshall Gotsh Jotshall ¬
shall said saidI sh sall sallJ ro l of o the Port Chester Cleslfr company Ho Hosaid 10 10sall lIesaid
I want to call mi your YOlr attention nUrnton to the tl net fnotthat flot flotthlt netthat
that thlt Mr Ir Gotshall Got llal is II not here hrl todny Yet this thismnm thl thlmr thismen
men mr has been going 10lnl around Iround claiming clnlrmg that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the Aldermen were bribed and that thlt tho New NewHaven 1PI 1PIHAvln Newhaven
Haven HAvln nnd Hartford Hartord company Is I bock of ofthn ortil ofthe
the til Wentchest WeHtchltr r company Do you YOI know knowwhy knowwhy knowwhy
why Gotshnll Oothalis la not corpnr here hfn It I Is II becauso hpcnu n bo bocould hocould hiscould
could not not answer the question 11ftlon Have you yougot YOI you yougot
got tho money to build bu Id this road rOd Tho ThoPort rhoPort he hePort
8ot Port Chester Chctlr road rod has not got 10t a dollar dol1r nnd nndits nndtt andIts
its tt only purpose e In trying trlnl to get this franchise franchiseIs rranhlsf
Is I i4 to sell s purp it I have investigated InvPthrltpd this thl fellow fellowOptshnll frlow frlowOpthnl fellowflptshnll
Optshnll I knew ho would bo here
day Opthnl knfw hI woulr not hrre to today today toilay ¬
dayThe The project to build buid a 1 railroad rairoad through throughWestchcster throuihWftrhcstfr throughWestchester
Westchcster Wftrhcstfr county WHS conceived concelvfd by y the tbftlain 1heIltn thebite
lain Iltn W V rt R Bergholz Ho formed the Xew XewYork N NYork NeiYork
York Vstcliester J tehtr nnd Ind Boston Otol company compln complnA
A man mln who was wnl at one Oll time Unt hpcretlry > ecretary and andtreasurer andtreMurer andtreasurer
treasurer of this company DY got 10t possession possessionand po sfA loa loaof
of thl the hook books maps camp lpid field notes blue prints prlnland printsand
and other data dat mlP of thin thl company Having Havinggot lalnl Harm Harmgoipossesslon
got 10t goipossesslon ponnesBlon Clon of them by compny ra reason on of his posi pORIton poe poelion ¬
lion ton the minute that thatolc thatold old man Bergholz dropped dropp
dead he formed formld the Port Chester company
That hat man Is I Gotshall GotshallMr Gotbal GotahahiMr Cetfr compDy
Mr Gotshall Gotshal returned re to this city cty last lastnight lst lstnight lastnight
night from Albany Abny ure Mr Octsball Gtaal denies deniesthat denes denesthat deniesthat
that he ever was wa in I possession of o chart chartor chartaor
or maps of o the New York pson Weetchester Wetcheter and andBoston andBlon andBoston
Boston Blon mp road rd but says ys he had 300 2 shares sharesof
of the companys stock which was wa taken takenfrom takenfrm takenfrom
from frm him compnys under a D false fallo pretence prtence and had hadi hadthe
i the late lte W II Bergholc arrested arrte in 1898 18 on ona ona ona
a charge of forgery forger for or having illegally illegallyassigned mfplY mfplYa8lgned illegallyassigned
assigned a8lgned this stock stok to himself tobhnsl Concerning Conorng
the financial tnanclal condition of the Port Por Chester Chesterroad C Cheterroad er errad
road rad Mr Gotshnll GotAhal said saidWhen sid sidWhen saidWhen
When we first frt sought 8ught a grant Imnt to cross crossstre cl crossstreets
stre strts streets t8 in The Bronx an investigation Invellgnton was wasmade wallmde wasmade
made mde of our financial fnncial affairs anlrs The Te case caseWas cse csewas caseWas
Was taken before befor Justice JIstc Keogh Kegh in I the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court Curt and he appointed applntell a I com commission cm cmmlHslon cornmission ¬
mission to investigate investgate This Tis commission commissionconsisted comision comisionconsisted commissionconsisted
consisted of George R Read ad and Dallas DallasPratt Dalll DalllPmtt DallasPratt
Pratt They Tey reported rporte later that the Port PortChester Por PortChester
Chester Cheter company was thoroughly thorughly capable cpble of ofmeeting ofmeetng ofmeeting
meeting meetng Crpny all al financial fnncil obligations oblgatons that would wouldarise wouldaris wouldarise
arise ariseNEW aris arisEJ ariseNEW
NEW EJ RIPLEY HOUSE FLOODED FLOODEDHrokcn FLOODEDDroken FLOODEDflroken
Hrokcn Main Damages DmaCt Residences In InEast I lamEast
East Elt lOtti Otb Street StreetTlio Itrut ItrutThe StreetTue
The house of Sidney Dillon Dion Ripley at
18 11 East Seventyninth street strt and five fve other otherhoused othe otherhouses
housed on the s same me street str were flooded foed on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday by the breaking of the water main mainIn min minIn mainIn
In the RIpley house houe where the most mostperlous mot motFerlols mostserious
serious Ferlols damage was done the water rose rosetwelve roseteho rosetwelve
twelve feet Cpet In the basement bemnt ruining many mny
things that were stored stord there Including Includingseveral Iclud includingseveral
several trunks trns sold sd to contain c nt valuable valuablegowns vaubI valuablegowns
gowns go n belonging to Mrs 11 RIpley A steam steampump etet steampump
pump was wa still sti at work getting out the thewater thewater thewater
water laM night nightAccording nightAlrlng
According Alrlng to some Bme of those thOe whoso whOm hoee cellars cellarsentyninth Clr cellarssvero
wer svero foded flooded the water aer bg began cmg coming In Inseveral inseveral
several wek weeks ago The Abingdon apart apartmeat
meat hOI5 houo at Madin Madison avenue Ablgon ad and ar Sev Seventyninth 8eventyninth
entyninth street was W0 one of the buildings buildingsto
stret buidings buidingsto
to suffer Ruter and the janitor notified notifed both bth the theWater theWater theWater
Water Department and the to Health Depart Department Depa Department ¬
ment a week ago oo Men who were sent to toinvestigate toInetbate toinvestigate
investigate Inetbate said that the water war trickling in incame Incame incaine
came from from a spring sprng
On Sunday funday the water began bega topour to pour Into Intocellar Intocelar Intocellar
cellar celar ripping rippln up the asphalt aphalt The To pur RIpley Rpley
house hOlle was W8 only recently renty finished fnshe and the thefamily tbefamly thefatally
family famly has ha been bon moving movnl in A lot of things thingsfind thingshnd thingshad
find been put in the cellar celar and the these e were all allafloat al allafloat
afloat afoat In the Ablngdon Ablnldon the water flooded floodedtho floodedthe
the engine enlin room put the fire fre out and ruined ruinedtwo rned rnedt ruinedtwo
two t O motors motorsTha motol motorsThe
The Water ater Department Depament was WI notified notfed but butit butIt butit
it was WI not until unti the te head hed gatekeeper gatekepr of the thedepartment thedeparment thedepartment
department deparment could ould be reached rced that tat the water waterIn watorIn waterIn
In the street Ftret was I shut off of It I was wa then found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that the 10inch lolnch main had ha broken in two twoplaced twoplac twoplaces
placed plac The water had run to t the lower lowerxlde lowerIde lowerside
side Ide of o the street Itret on account acunt of the hill hilland hl hilland
and none of the houses hOlllg on the upper side sideincluding sideIncludlnl sidelncludinr
including that of oxMayor Grace Grc was wasdnmapeii wa wasdamaged
damaged dnmapeiiTh damaO damagedThe Includlnl
Th Thi The Rlpleys are away No information Inonton as asto 1 asto
to the extent of the damage done there therecould therecould therecould
could be obtained obtaine at the house houFe lost night nightThe nght nghtThe nightThe
The steam pump has been ben working workng two days daysand dys dysand daysand
and celar cellar last night there ther still sti was wa water in the theJAM te tecelar thecellar
JAM 11 AT FERRY FERR HOUSE BOUSEPolice HOUSEPolce HOUSEPollee
Police Polce Reserves DtItrtl Called Caled Ont for Crowd c01d at atLone atLong
Lone Island City CIt
Extra police plc were wer called cle out yesterday yesterdaymorning Yety Yetymoring yesterdaymorning
morning moring to handle hde the big crowd that gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered in the thf Long Island Ild Railroads Rlrol ferry rerr
house at Long Island City Ciy waiting waing for forthe forthe forthe
the ferryboats reryboats to make mke their thei way to t the theslips theliiiB I IllIs
slips llIs through the Jam of ice lc in I the river riverThe riverThe
The crowd got so Impatent impatient at lost lt that rver rverThe it itmado Itmlle ItmarIo
mado mlle a rush nlfl which threatened tnreatene to demolish demolishthe
the gates at the entrance entrc for or teams teamsTha tm teamsThe
The Te lone policeman polcm at the ferry fer house housethen hou housethen
then telephoned telephone for or help The Te reserves reservesthat rcre reservesthat
that came remained rmine for or two hours hour and had hadtheir hadtheir hadtheir
their hands full Cul attending to the crowd crowdand eowd eowdand crowdand
and from hurt hurtI hurtlilt
I preventing preventng women womn being big hut
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Young 1onl Alan Ian Held Jrlll In Philadelphia 1 > Ielphla for Steal StealIDE IUtalIng Stealtog
tog Dlograpti Machines Uacbntl and Slides SlidesPHILADELPHIA Sldt SUdesPluiitDEumu
PHILADELPHIA IJIDELIA Feb 17 nTaken Taken from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his bride with whom ho hI was WI about about to start starton starton ar
on a a tour through tho State E E L Stubbs Stubbsn
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arrested ort 01 the charge chrge of stealing stealngn a stereop ftlreop
I ticon Icon outfit outft belonging blonging to the Parnunl Plllol Picture Pictureand Picur Pictureand
and Lecture Lecure Company Cmp ny of New ew York by bywhich bywhIch
I which he was formerly ormerlyemployed ormerlyemployedHtI1 employed employedStiibtM employedStiilihe
StiibtM HtI1 and his hil bride were wr arrested alsed at a athpnlricil at at
thpnlricil t heat neal bearding house hou They had bd packed packedI pcked pckedI packedtheir
I I their grip > and were wer headed for a railroad railroadMotion riload riloadFt railroadstation
Motion Ft aton The stereopticon stereoptcon outfit outft consisting consistingof consistng
of two biograph machines mhnee and a collection collectionof colcton colctono collectionof
of o slides ldes snowing ahoWng scenes snes from fr > m Parsifal Parsifalwas Palla Parsifalwits
was W recovered It I is I valued at 1300 1300Stubbs ioo iooStubbe
Stubbs according accordinp to the detectives detectvs 11 con confessed conCesrd confeseed ¬
fessed Cesrd r nd said ald that ho and his wife wle intended intendedto
to travel through the State and give ex exhibitions exhlbltlonl exhibltions ¬
hibitions hlbltlonl He Je was remanded rmanded pending a afurther afurhtr afurther
further furhtr hearing hen ring to await the arrival pnding of John JohnLcdgp Joh JohnLedge
Ledge Id t a representative rfprelnttva of o the company ompany
from New York YorkMIDDLETOWN YorkMIDLEOW YorkMIDDLETOWN
MIDDLETOWN MIDLEOW Coast Con Feb 17 17Carll 17CarrIe 17CarrIeNation Carrln CarrlnNation
Nation Naton started startd from New York on Monday Mondaywith Mondayvithi
with Ith a vaudeville vaudevie company to tour t ur Con Connecticut Connedlcut Conneetleut ¬
necticut and Massachusetts MMhusatts When they theyreached theyroache theyreached
reached roache Derby where they were wre to appear appearthat appearthat
that night the man having hving charge chge appar apparthat of the theParsifal thePalial theIarsifal
Parsifal Palial picture plctue8 the property proprty of the themanager themanager themanager
manager was W0 missing Inelng with wth the pictures picturesHo ploture
Ho was W0 traced trac to Philadelphia PhUaelpha arrested arrestedand aretd aretdand arrestedand
and remanded remnded for trial trialOVERSTRENUOUS trialOEmlTRENUGUS trialOVEIISTRINUOUS
OVERSTRENUOUS OEmlTRENUGUS SUPERS SUPERSmil SUPERSlton SUPERSWilton
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the Lyric Theatre was 0 jostled Josted so 10 roughly roughlyby
by the supers slper in the panic ponlo scene cen In the thefourth thefourth
fourth Courh act ac on Monday MondaY night nlvht that he was te teCourh
knocked knockll down and while whll falling fllngstnlck failingatriuck struck his
left lef eye on a piece piee of o scenery Icenery His Is eye
blackened hlalcene and the left lef side of his hi face fac be became became becaine ¬
came so 10 badly swollen swolen that ho has hi been ben
keeping the uninjured uninure side lida to his audi audiOUCM auel auelotCf audioncos
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through throlPh yesterdays performances performancesOpera perforance perforancepcra performancetsOpera
Opera pcra Company Compny Going to Buffalo BuffaloMr nuIalo nuIalo1r BuffaloMc
Mr 1r Mc Conrifd Conrtd arranged arrange yesterday to take takeo taketho takethe
the o Metropolitan Opera House
Metropoltan company to toBuffalo tonullio toTILIITUIO
Buffalo nullio to fill fl In the second half hal of the first firstweek frst frstweek firstveok
week of o Its tour The com comthat company was to
have ono to Batmore Baltimore but compy the fly w mde made
that impossible ImpSible The company cmpy fe will wi go goon goon goon
on from rom Buffalo Dulao to Chicago Cicgo Boston Pitt Pit
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Abbie B Corbin the daughter of Counsellor Counsellormid Counslor Counslorsud
mid alit Mrs lr Charles Cbarl L I Corbln Crbin of Metuchon Metuchonwas MttuchAnWIS
was WIS married to Ur Herbert Herort Ciishman CUhman a pro ¬
fplRor fessor of philosophy in I Tufts 1utt College Coleae at a pro the
brides hride home last evening evenie There were wareabout wereabout wereabout
about 150 50 guests present The Tier lto Dr
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Deputies Olputt Now Protected Potecttd Can Cn Be BeTurned HeTurned
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The 1le Municipal Municipl Civil Civi Service BnIc Commission Commissionat Corlon Corlonat
at the Insta Ist nco nC of o tho Tax Commissioner Commissionerunanimously Commllone Commissionersunanimously
unanimously unimously decided yesterday yeterday to t recom recommend rm rmmend recoinmend ¬
mend to the State Stte board boar that tt the fiftyfive fiftyfivedeputy ftyfve ftyfvedeputy fiftyfivedeputy
deputy tax tx o ommisflioners ommlloner be b appointed appointedwithout appointedwithout
without competitive compettle examination exntion If I the thoState to toState theState
State board boar asent assents all al the present prnt deputies deputiesnow depute
now no protected protect can c be b turned tured out outThe outThe outThe
The Civil Cvi Service BnIc Reform Rfor Association Associationopposed Associationopposed cition citionoppsd
opposed the change and had its
oppsd chage ad ha It secretary secretaryEliot secretaryEliot retary retaryEiot
Eliot Eiot H Goodwin Goowin appear appr at yesterdays yesterdaysmeeting ytery yterymetng yesterdaysmeeting
meeting metng to argue arge the matter mtter A decision decisionof delon delonof
of the Court of handed down
Appeals hded dow on onNov onNov onNov
Nov 24 of o last lat year ye held that a deputy deputyta deputytf
ta tf commissioner cmisioner although a al though a veteran veteranwas vetr veteranwas
was not entitled entted to a hearing on charge chargeon
on removal rmoal thus as a it is maintained mintie caa caaon fixing tg
the position piton of o deputy as 0 coming omlng wtn wtnthe withinthe within withinthe
the meaning moing of the word in Section Ston 21 of ofthe oftke ofthe
the Civil Civi Service Snlc law wor in which it Is prescribed prescribedthat
that U t the provision regarding regarig the removal removalof
of oheterns veterans shall ahal not apply Wto to the position positionof slton sltonof
of private secretary st cashier r or deputy deputyof
of any ay office ofc or department departmentPresident deprtnt departmnntPresident W WPidnt
President Pidnt ODonnel ODnnel of the t Tax Ta Board Boardroiled Boardrelied
roiled upon this ts decision deiion in applying to the theboard t theboard
board bord upn for the reclassificatIon reclassiflcationMr rllfictlon rllfictlonMr apy
Mr Goodwin Gowinar argued u that the decision
did not hold that tht the deputy tax tx commis commissioners com comniissloPers ¬
sioners alonr were WEre deputies depute In the sense 80ne in which whichtho whlohthe whiobthe
the word orlle is b used ld In that section sEton of the te law lawwhich lawwhich lawwhich
which provides for the exemption exempton of
deputies deputl8 of o principal prncip1 executive eXlutve officers officersauthorized ocers ocersauthorized
authorized authorizd by law to act at generally genraly for or and andIn andIn andin
In place plnc of their principals prlnclpal He e pointed pointedout pint pointedout
out that deputy tax commissIoners commilone were weretax waxstax
tax assessors nMAROr simply and had no power powerto
to perform prorm any any of o the offices omc om of o their prin principal pm pmcipals ¬
cipal olPIWhoo whoso duties Qutes devolved on assistant auUtantTax 1lt 1ltcomm assistantcommLssioners
comm commLssioners sloner when oCCslon occasion aro arose aroseTax
Tax Ta Commissioner CmmlRloner Straabourger BtrssbUrger spoke ke
for the Commissioners Cornlsioner of o Taxes Tae He said saidthe sd sdthe saidthe
the board boar simply wanted wante to have the rule ruleof rlN rlNor nileof
of their thflr department deparment in accordance with th the
decision deision of the courts courtsFrank courtsFrank acorace t
Frank Frnk Harvey Harey cour Field said that to put th thaftsetsore thassessors
assessors 8eROr in the power of politician polUcla te te8eROr to towhom towhom towhom
whom they would owe their appointments appointmentswithout appointment appointmentswithout
without examination eami ton would work great grt
harm to property proprty owners ower and would pre preclude p proelude ¬
elude impartial Imparia assessments aAmentR Such a aquaslludicial aqualIudlclal auiasiludIcia
quaslludicial qualIudlclal position pollon should Ihould be exempt empt
from the Influence Infuece of the appointing power
appolntnK poer
J Warn Warrn > n Green Grn of o the law committee of
the Civil Civi Service SonIc Reform Association AAolation comtte and
George Grge McAncny JlcAneny also alf attacked attake the thelheme schema schemaTwo schemeTwo
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Two Sisters Ststlrs Want Divorces Dvorotl From Fom Two TwoBrothers Tw TwaBrothers I
Brothers BrothersDUBLIN DroUtrs DroUtrsDUBuN BrothersDUBUN
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DUBuN Ind Feb 17 17Two Two sisters sisln and andtwo Id andtwo
two brothers brthtn are the tje principals pricipal In a double doubledivorco doubl doubledivorce
divorce action acton filed fed In the Delaware Delware Clr Circuit Clrcult Clrcult ¬
cult Court Cour Mrs Mrl Laura K Dwyer aged a
18 wants anta a release rIMso from her Dytr husband husbd
Abner T Dwyer and her sister Mr Mrs Perl Pear
0 Dwyer aged 16 asks for a separation separationmaiden
from Thomas T Dwyer Both wat want sprtion their theirmaiden
maiden name Newcomer restored The
Newcomer sisters sitr were married to the
wer marrie t
Dwyer brothers brther one on year ago Neither Neithercouplo
couplo lived Je together tOjcther long longTO Ion longTO I I I ITO
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Shall we heed the warn warning war warning ¬
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wait until unti the lesson is re repeated repeated ropeated ¬
peated at home homeShall homeShaH homeShall
Shall we depend wholly whollyon wholy wholyon
on our OU Fire Department Departmentgood Departmentgood Departmentgood
good as it is or help our ourselves ourselve oureelves ¬
selves to a protection protction BO BOthorough 80thorough sothorough
thorough that we might al almost almost almost ¬
most dispense with tho fire firemen fre fremen firemen ¬
men menThe menTe The Te Mayor has started startedthe starte startedthe
the ball bal in the right direc direction dire clirection ¬
tion and Ind the merchant merchantshould merchat merchantsshould
should back him up upJn upIn upIn
In a letter lettr to his hi Honor Honorwhich Honorwhich Honorwhich
which we have asked aske the thenewspapers thenewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers to print we wehave wehave wehave
have stated our views re regarding reo reogarding rogarding ¬
garding a complete system systemof sstemof
of fire fr protection which a asupplementary asupplementary asupplementary
supplementary water supply supplywould supplywould supplywould
would render rnder practicable practicableShall practicableShal practicableShall
Shall Shal wo have a fireproof fireproofCity dreproofCity flroproofCity
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