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HP EARHEK U JU1OllJS JU1OllJS11h POUTS POUTSl
l 11h MnplP Elk Wasnt Int a Reindeer Span Spanill Spanaion
ill Muaon ocon Haint a Nlflgli ana ani ll llUnt 11hnl 1lIflt
Unt a Corpse CorpseDut nut It Mas al Unusual Unusualltcu UuulualIHIt UnuuaIleu
ltcu for or Ilatlmih albus Near Urookljn Urookljnlenny DruoklDIInny Urookbnnny
lenny nny Voll owns a saloon and to twon torlnlerl tornier
n rlnlerl n i ers at 2718 Church avenue Flat Flatt
I isli h uear Brooklyn Henny has ha owned ownedih
ih e reindeers rt > for many months In a aimcn RII anflt
II imcn lIlnt t of righteous Brooklyn enthusiasm enthusiasmnnv
It nnv IIV named tho first of his bi reindeers reindeerspi r rIfldeeretfowdaatIrhocaIIedtbe ll1deersI
pi I i took ook A tfowdaatIrhocaIIedtbe tfowdaatIrhocaIIedtbeIear7 few days dayslatcoor later he called the theihr theIIr
ihr Peary What they were called by bytii byIII bysift
tii keepers at Prospect ProlJ > fCt Park where hereIIIIIIY bereI
I 11 IIIIIIY liny bought the pair at auction could couldnot couldoot couldot
not ot bw b learned up to a late hour last night nightFor nightror nightFor
For some weeks Doc Cook answ ed edto edto adto
to his nime gladly even going so o Cal aa aato IUIto aat
to t toss his antlers with pride And in inth InIh inthH
th thH meantime his running mate Peary PearyliHil
hat 4tI a hang dog aleo a o ran appearance appearancehut
Iut in Pearys rary8uyo oyo was a I gleam of hope hopeIViry hopelry
IViry was waiting for news from Copen Copenhicfn Copenhi11n Copenhin
hicfn One day It came whereupon whereupon1Mry
1Mry Pr hit three dm e tints out of the antlers antlersof
of Doc Cook and fcit t < at < up to tajjtp t8 t3J noti noticethe notice notices
s the days progressed Doo Cook grew grewadder ItrewRadder grewsadder
adder and sadder ad er Finnlly the rendeer rendeermil
mil t had Iwrn I II named In honor of the thenoted thenutid thenoUd
noted Bushwick explorer absolutely ro rofined roofU tofued
fined fU I < J to U answer at all to the name of oflook orlook oftok
look Un would take notice however howeverthough howeorIholl howeverthough
though Iholl h diffidently to tho simple name namen
0 Doc in answer to the call of the prof proffp
fp f ed nose bag and would amble to the theiro theIoure thepmIoI1re
pmIoI1re iro Ioure ure back of Hennys saloon to toinimhle toJmhle tornimble
inimhle Jmhle gloomily rt his mesa of cracked crackediff
iff 1 Incidentally Henny Voll owned H Hthird KIhlrd athjrd
third reindeer named Vera but Vera Veradied Veradl Veradied
died dl d four months ago of nerous prostra prostration ¬
tion
bout the middle of yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Henny You decided to hitch Cook Cookand Cookand Cookand
and Peary Pear to a ccrriaicc and take a drive driveHinny driveHnny driveHinny
Hinny his h a 1 bright red sleigh and he had hadK
K cpenal double harness thit WAI Wol mad madfor madfor madefnr
for his team It WES WI but n 1 step from fromtho fromthl fromthEl
tho cash register to the sleigh nnd as asIfrnny 118Henn asHrnnysteppedlnto
Ifrnny Hrnnysteppedlnto btoppcdlnto the seat of the sleigh sleighand I1ththand sleighand
and said Rceclap to bis odd steeds steedsthev steedllthey steedsthv
they promptly rpn away through miles milesand milesand milesaid
and miles of Flat Flatbuh bush bu h streets finally finallythrowing finlllythrowing finellythrowing
throwing him from the sleigh and killing killinghim
him himWith
With these facts in mind inl d and many manyothers manyothers
others 01 hprs gathered from late editions of last lastnights 148tnl lastiiights
nights nl hts papers a reporter from this news newspaper cewsP newspaper ¬
paper P < per hurried to Flatbush to see the widow widowof
of Henny Voll 011 at 2718 ii Church avenue avenueand avenueDd avenueand
and Dd learn from her the story of the life lifeand lifeand lilaand
and other works of Henny There are aret are6everal areseveral
t several eral vacant lots at 3718 Church avenue avenueAt
At t 2205 Church Churchwenue avenue however much muchVAS muchIlS muchwas
VAS IlS learned learnedResiding IlarnedR learnedResiding
Residing R ldlng over the saloon at this Iwt Iwtaddress lrJltaddress 1rstaddress
address a Mr Ir Robert E Voll 011 was as met metjust metjuet metjust
just arising from his bed ed d after a pro protracted protracted proiracted ¬
tracted rest Robert not Henny owns ownsn ownselk
n elk named Eagle The elk ran away awaywith IWl1Vith LtWaVwith
with ith him the day before yesterday not notyesterday notl5 notyesterday
yesterday l5 rday Also It waj W U attached atl < cbed to a arunabout arunabout arunabout
runabout carriage not a sleigh for the thereason thereaiOn thereason
reason that Church avenue has been beenblebilledwardsed benblgbillEdward beenbigbilledwardsed
blebilledwardsed d recently and so shown shownonly showol1ly showaonly
only bare asphalt asphaltIt
It seems that the day before yesterday yesterdayearly yesterdayearly eeterd eeterdMrly
early in the afternoon Mr h Voll 011 decided decidedto d idld idldto
to go o down to th the Prospect Puk Bank Bankat
at Church and Flatbush avenues to make makea
a deposit del > Otit Glancing at the clock he saw sawthat sawthat w wthat
that he had only a few minutes to make makethe makethe
the bank before it closed closedWhy closedWhy closedI
I Why 1Y dont you htch up Eagle to the therig therilt therig
rig suggested Barney Mungaven the thehead thehMd thehead
I head barkeep barkee Frank McDonald the thebaker theaker thebaker
baker Joe McTague the real estate man manJoe manJoe manJoe
Joe Bieber the second man behind the bar barand barand barand
and Horm Boehl a transient tran ient guest K 5t in the thebrrpora theJ thejarrpom
J brrpora > arr m thought well of the scheme schemeand 6Chemeand sehemeand
and urged Urgedtlle the boss on When young Mr MrEdward MrEdward MrEdward
Edward James Groom entered at thin thintime thllime thhtime
time and added hi his words ord of tusurunco to tollr toIr toTr
llr Ir Voll that thatdouhtl doubt doubts Kagle r ltle would pull pullthe pullthe pullthe
the rig amiably Mr Voti 011 fell for It Mr MrGroom MrGroom SirGroom
Groom cheerfully handed his engaed engaedard enrwertard
ard < to the reporor yesterday Yttl > rday and added addedthat nddedthat addedthat
that by profession he Is a gentleman gentlemanAll
All 11 these th members of Flat Flatbush8 Flatbushsyounger Flatbushsyoungeret bushs younger youngerset
set et just mentioned accompanied Mr Voll Vollto toIIto
to the curb where Eagle all dre dressed MHl t up in inthe Inthe inthe
the new harnesa stood champing at his luoantlers hiliantlers hisantlers
antlers antlersHurry antlersUurry antlersllurry
Hurry the bank presently shall have haven havebeen
bt been > n closed paid Mr Groom as Mr Ir Volt Vollpaused Yollpal1l Voltpaused
paused pal1l > ed to leave his watch and other val valitiablei valual1e4 01 01ualEi
tiablei with Barney Mungaven Then Mr MrVoll MrVoll
Voll 011 stepped into tho carriage and cracked crackedhis
his hi whip > i iI
I Tbre rh re is an iron electric light po post t a afew arew araw
few feet west of the spot where Mr Ir Voll Vollfirst Vollflnt Volifirst
first cracked the whip This was broken brokenhut brokpl1hut brokenhut
hut fortunately the elk in clearing tho thotop thotop thotop
top of the pole polethero petethe the poLe was broken brokenby
by the carriage and Mr VolI not by the theelk theelkdid theelkdid
elk elkdid did not Bust the mall box fastened fastenedto
to It a catastrophe that might have re reilted reolIItM zeailted
ilted in serious Federal complications complicationshile
While hile in the thoalr1r air Mr Voll oll noticed < la a rather rathertoil ratherrolt rathersoft
toil grass plot just a jump or two further furtheron
on Back of the gross plot is a church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The elk now partly partlylmarnessed harnessed the car carnage carria carriage ¬
nage ria e and Mr Voll reached the curb op oppt6lttl opposite ¬
posite the gross plot practically at the thesame theMme theame
same time whereupon Mr Voll oll left the thecarriage thecarriage thecarriage
carriage and stepped on the grass ltTa plot ploton
on the second bounce Eagle Ea le the elk elkturned elkturned elkturned
turned around on the spur of the moment momentand momentsod niomontacd
and went some place else elset
t first Eagle went back a jump or two twoto twoto twoto
to Rogers avenuex avenue He turned west here hereand hereand hereand
and and leaned up against the air on a little littlejaunt littlejaunt little3aunt
jaunt out along Rogers avenue One Onewheel Onehlpi Oneheel
wheel heel and the tailboard of th the carriage carriagere carriagewereetill
wereetill were re still attached at 1 < hed ai he started westward westwardHih
Hih HI > intlers were bending to the breeze breezeHi
Hi went by Martense e street and by
Linden avenue without noticing them themDown themown thornDown
Down own near Winthrop street many blocks blocksaway blocksSII
SII away nothing was left of the remaining remalninh
W1 h 1 except part of a spoke This how howeior howr howPer
Per r mat erect little inasmuch as Eagle Eagleand Eagleanti Eagleand
and the vehicle rarely touched the ground groundMr sr und undIr
Mr Ir Voll already had got up from the thecra theIr theracs
cra Ir racs s plot Aa A he rote to his hi feet Joe JoeMnTague JoeEdWlrd JoeMiTague
MnTague Edward James Groom and Joe JoeHi JoeH JoeHior
Hi H Hior t tr f told to d him what had been pulled off offKIR orrIHII o oIagl
KIR was now six blocks in the distance distancetiut
hut as Mr Ir Voll remembering the present presenthigh prlllenhll11 presenthigh
high price of meat would take no chances chancceof
of losing lo tng his elk he started after Eagle tc tcc tccIh tcC
c cIh h him running rapidly
Hut no fl matter now how he tried the animal animali animaleven
i 1ln in e even en faster despite de pite the fact that Mr MrH
y H i 1 < t very athletic At the corner ol olKgers 01IholT ciftgers
Kgers avenue and Fenimore street the theelk theelk theell
elk bore lrl down on two obstructions a hug iargtred hugred largrei
red and white barbers pole and a blue bluep bluPoliceman
p 1 Policeman Dennis Coffer of thE thei thEI theSnvd
I SnydI Snvd ei + r avenue police station Of the two twotawny twrJIt tworh
It tawny Ll wny Eagle decided to take chancee chanceen
r n wPh t > the barbers rberlI pole polunvbody polethvhxly
1 nvbody would point out to you yester yesterl
1 ii < l v tats spot ot where the barber pole stood stoodi
t 1 > i II in Eagle hit the sidewalk his faCt faceer
f er erI r d with red and white stripes Police PoliceUP
UP ft n r I oflw hit Eagle Every policeman policemanby policemul1hws
hws w by heart the rule for stopping n ni nI nelk
I i dv elk promulgated two years age
1 I lane mo by Inspector ln pector Rchmittborger RchmittborgerWll chmittborgsrilirects
Wll < < i directH lreotH that the quickest results resultsv
v to + obtained by climbing up the ant antI antPrq
I Prq f the elk and then pressing pre slnlt the he hei heel heelr
4 r i rq left I foot iv against amnt the animals left leftmill leIr
r v + ek mill insensibility results at the thee thEme thelime
e lime < mie renting ones weight solidly solidlyn
n it I I right n ht foot tootto to maintain equilibrium equilibriumH
H th policeman led Eagle back toward towardirh towardIrh
i irh avenue ho happened h to t rur rurH rUI1Ir mrrM
rM < H Mr Ir Voll The owner of Eagle Eaglefeatintenng EajtleHaunterinl Eaglesauntering
sauntering along asking IIIkln person personH persoOfthey personsmtnr
H mtnr er they had noticed a runaway elli ellijust el elt elIJust
< t just JJ t had nowed Soveral peoplE neopiar peoplEhad
41 had > ar come back to the street and andirt andiH andwho
iH irt who could get near the window wlndowimfd windowliJ
liJ F r mfd Mr Ir Voll that they had luil juft1i luilu us1 us1rJ
> u an It I elk Ik going westward unattended unattendedr
vf r oll a IUI has been een said was aair ajtalrIk agairvkflg
i Ik vkflg liP up his quest when the elk and thE thErrIman theTtuisnan
rrIman met him
bud reeled quietly In an enclosure Ir IrI
I ht garden back of the saloor saloorday saloorfeI
feI day apparently unagltated Jfr JfrH Mrlaid
> H laid t two o IIratche on hi8 hi right hand handlId handiid
< lId h lii had thought of taking his wlf wlfI
a I hJldren out for a drive next Hunda HundaNund Hundasnd
Nund nd Eagle but hlUl received word wordI
I
s
since then that relatives from Phllade PhlladePhia PhUadephia Phlladephla
Phia are coming here on Sunday to look lookin
in on the HudsonFulton Huda nFulton celebration oelebraUonBut
But why any newspaper newpaperabouldao should go so
far as to say that a team of reindeer reindeerdrawing relnd reindeerdrawln r rdrawing
drawing a sleigh belonging to Henny
Voll of 2718 Church avenue ran away awayyesterday awayyesterday awayyesterday
yesterday when hen aa II has been shown the therunaway therunaway therunaway
runaway was the day before Jesterday Jesterdayand yesterday yesterdayand
and consisted of a single el elk It drawing a acarrro acL7 acaro
carrro cL7 u belonging to Robert E Voll of of2o
2105 Church avenue is I difficult to under understand understand understand ¬
stand Ono can just as easily get all the thefacta thefacta thefacts
facta and set them down simply and anduncolored anduncolond anduflcoIord
uncolored If one but butbas has the industry and andperseverance andperseverance andperseverance
perseverance perseveranceSALOOS perseveranceStLOON perseveranceSALOON
SALOON KEEPER FIREMAN FtREMAXMajor FIREYAlalIr FIREMANMayer
Major Ganor Would Like 10 Know KnowMore Knowore KnOWMore
More ore About Klniella KlniellaMayor Klnl KinsellsMayor II IIMaJor
Mayor Gaynor wrote yesterday to Fire FireCommissioner FireCommiuloner FireCommissioner
Commissioner Waldo asking him to in investigate Inve investigate ¬
vestigate ve tlgate tho case of a man who is on the thesalary thesalary thesalary
salary rolls of tho department but who whoat whoat whoat
at the same time is the owner own r of two twosaloons twodoons twosaloons
saloons This man got two months leave leaveof
of absence in January but the Mayor Mayorhas MayorhILI Mayorhas
has learned tha he was was in his saloon saloonand saloonand saloonand
and was from all nl accounts in the best of ofhealth ofhoalth ofhealth
health In his letter to Commissioner CommissionerWaldo CommlulonerWaldo CommissionerWaldo
Waldo the Mayor wrote wroteI wrotebee
I bee to call your attention to one WilliamKinsella WilliamXinsellawho William WilliamKlnsellaurho
Klnsellaurho Kinsella Vho is in the Fire Department In InBrooklyn InBrooklyn inI3rooklyn
Brooklyn He l If is classed as s a battery man manI
I have caused ca1J8 d a careful Investigation to be bemade bema bemade
made ma < le and it seems that he conducts a real realontate realtal realestte
ontate tal oftlce and a liquor saloon at 370 370Eighteenth 370Ehhleonlh 370Eighteenth
Eighteenth hi street reel Brooklyn and nd another anotherllciuor anotherliquor nother1Iluol
liquor saloon at the corner of Rogers ave avenue avenue avenue ¬
nue nnd Park place Brooklyn and that he hademote heripvole heLevoIei4
demote < his time to his saloons instead of ofbin ofhi ofhis
bin hi duties In the Fire Ire Department Will Willyou Willyou Willyou
you b be so rood as to t look into his matter mattercarefully mattercarefully I Icarefull
carefully On January 12 1 Klnsclla Kln lJa Will WillIrranted wasgranted as asgranted
granted a leave of absence of two months monthson
on count i < of sickness IIkkn ss On January IS ISho 1 1he 18ho
ho was found In his saloon doing business businessIn ll llIn
In apparent good health Please sea ee who whola
la responsible for this and who gave him himlie himt himtire
t tire lie leave of absence I enclose the th report reporton
on the ca case of the Commissioner of Accounts AccountsMr
Mr Ir Kosdlck KosdlckSSJIOS Yoedick5e1os os ltk ltkOSJIIO
SSJIOS NOT OT FOR on MKS SELIGMA SELIGMAtsldor SIIGMAXhider UlIGMAbtdor
hider Wonmers orI11Url Daughter Losei Los on Her HerAppeal lIrppa1 liarAppeal
Appeal to Court CourtMrs Courltrs CourtMrs
Mrs trs Julia Seligman only child and andchief andchief I Ichief
chief legatee Icga of Isldor 181 or Wormser who whodied whodiEd whodied
died on June 21 1007 lost yesterday in inher Inher inher
her application to the Appellate Division Divisionof
of the Supreme Court to Increase her herincome herincome herlucerne
income from the residue of the estate estateby eetateby estateby
by S5108 S5108Mrs M1OMrs 2108 2108Mrs
Mrs Sellgman her mother Mrs Car Carrie Carrie Carne ¬
rie Wormeer Worm r her cousin Isidor Worm WormEr
Er Jr and Simon W Rosendale were wereoxocutora wersexecuto wereoxocutore
oxocutora of the estate c tate In rendering renderingtheir renderingtheir renderingtheir
their account the executors with the theexception theexception theexception
exception of Mrs Seligman credited to tothe tothe toth
the th principal account 1344S5 1034 344S in dividends dividendson
on stock and 15030 In interest on bonds bondsthat hondsthat bondsthat
that became payable during Mr Wormra Wormsers Worm Wormsora
sora ra lifetime but were not paid until untilafter untilhig untilI
I after hi his death Mrs Sellgman declared declaredthat declaredthatthet declaredthat
that thatthet these sums with 1903 rent falling fallingi fallingafter fallindue
i due after tho testators death should shouldhave Mouldh shouthave
have h ve been added to the income account accounti
i and should have gone to her as income incomeTho IncomeTho IncomoThe
Tho Appellate Division holds that the theSoIlOS thesi21OS thelos
SoIlOS los was properly counted with the theprincipal
1 principal of the estate The personal personaltestate personalI personalestate
estate amounted to 3913330 and there therewere therewere
I I were legacies of 928320 of which Mrs MrsSeligman MnSeligman MrsSeligman
Seligman got 500000 S OOO Her mother re receives reo reocelves mecalves ¬
calves 30000 a year out of the residue residueand realdueand residueand
and Mrs frs Seligman gets the remaining
income incomeAVOIIS iucome1OIJ incomeItXOttS
AVOIIS Of OE O HIGH 1IIGlfR EH tr trUlg UPBig P PDIe
DIe Four our Counsel Denies Rumor About Abouttlio Aboutlie bouttile
tile narrJner Cat CatCINCINNATI CallClCINNJTl CaseCnkIyNarz
CINCINNATI Feb eb 18 18l3eause Because of ru rumors rumors rusnore ¬
mors that m inca n higher up were being beingtected pro protected prot ¬
tected t ted In the Vnrrtaer r prosecution prosecutionJudge PlOticoutionJudge prosecutionJudge
Judge J L Hackney general gene ml counsel oounnetfor
for the Big Four railroad tonight issued ioftuedr
r KUtpment 1Ii tement declaring tjfi rumor to be beI b bIl btrlae
Il I trlse 156 and nd intimating intim ting legrl rctlon if what whathe whathe
1 he termed continued repetitions of ofBlandero ori oftslandera
i tslandera Blandero did not atop
1 desire to wy tI Y said Judge Hnckney Hnckneythat
II that I have yet to diocover a single frqt frqtdisclosing rrotciscl06in fautdiaciosing
disclosing tho posuible dishonest con connection cenI ccnneetion ¬
nection with the deflctiou defl tlon of rny one oneother on onother onother
other thru Wrrriner Cooke Mm Ford Fordrnd Fordrnd oONrnd
I rnd Comstock ComstookComstock ComstockCOl1f1tock ComnstockComsitoek
Comstock la r former treasurer of the theJig theBig theBig
Big Four Edgar Street Cooke in under underndictment underindictment underindictment
indictment here hereFELLOWS hereJlJl
JlJl FELLOWS inn OniKSTlLS OniKSTlLSraniutlan onnTtISCanadtan OJIILXTLSCanadian
Canadian Grand Lodge Refuses to Itecoc Itecocnlre Reeocnlze Karognlzc
nlre Higher Degree Branclirj BranclirjWINNIPEG DranellWINJllEO firanebriW1N1rEc
WINNIPEG Feb IS isOdd Odd Fellows Fellowshroughout Fellowsthroughout Fellowsthroughout
throughout Canada are stirred up over a acircular aciroular acircular
circular issued by the Grand l Sire of the theSovereign tbeSovereign theSovereign
Sovereign Grand Lodge decreeing that thatany thltIIJ1Y Ibatany
any member of the Odd Fellows order orderwho orderwho orderwho
who belongs to Oriental lodges or partlci partlcipiles partloJpd partiolites
piles pd in their meetings will be expelled expelledand
and any lodge giving the use UlI of lie it rooms roomsOrientals roomat
t to < > Orientals to hold meetings is liable liableto
to I t have its charter cancelled cancelledOrientals cancelledOrientals cancelledOrientais
Orientals are to Odd Fellowship what whathe whatthe whatthe
the Sbrlnera are to the Masons They Theygo
go In ror all kinds of amuem amusement ° nt and the theSovereign theSoverel theSovereign
Sovereign n Grand Lodge has decided to toto torfutie torfi1se
rfutie to countenance them on that thntaccount thataccount thataccount
account accounttlanoyer
Hanover Club Readjustment ReadjustmentA
A suit ban been brought by Millard F FSmith FSmith FSmith
Smith in the Supreme Court Brooklyn Brooklynto
to foreclose the 05000 mortgage on the theliroperty th thproperty theproperty
property of the Hanover Club Bedford Bedfordftvenue Bedfordavenue Bedfordavenue
avenue and Rodney street which was wasexecuted WMeXfCUted wanexecuted
executed nearly twenty years ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The action Is a friendly one and Is Isbrought bhrolJllht Isbrought
brought by Mr lr Smith the sole surviving survivingtruhteo survilngtrUbteo survivingtrustee
trustee appointed when the mortgage mortgagewas
was executed on behalf of a majority of oftho oftho ofthe
tho bondholders The ThepurJJ08 purpose is to read readjust readjust readjust ¬
just the finances of the club and It Is Isexpected IIIexpected isexpected
expected that the members will sub subpcnba BubEcriM subrjhsi
pcnba rjhsi the necessary amount to buy In Inthe InI Inthe
I the property and turn It over to the club clubat c1ubat clubat
at a nominal nominall1Jnt nominall1Jnttleated rent rentKlet rentElesstedStitlofl
Klet tleated ElesstedStitlofl at f d Station Sta tlon Ordered Enforced EnforcedThe i1laratd i1laratdThe
The Public Service Commission yester yesterday yesterday yeeterday ¬
day ordered an enlargement of the 149th 119thstreet 149thItreet 149thI
I street station of the Third avenue ele elevated elevated elevated ¬
vated line The order also provides fcc fofthe fO fOthe
I the building of new stairways The im improvements 1mprovements improvemnenta ¬
provements are to be made at onceand onceandft once and andI
I It was announced announ yesterday by the com commission commllllion cornI ¬
I mission that the company com y had agreed to tobegin tobegin toI
I begin work without delay delaySummer de14ySummer delaySummer
Summer in March MarclThe
The nisirnlflcent 5000 000 ton Steamship fiteamsblpMetapan SteamshipIetapan 8teamshlp7iletspan
Metapan sails from New 1ork on onFebruary ontebruary onI
I February 24th 34thShe 24thhe 24thBhe
She he makes the round trip to Colon ColonIn
I In 21 days S12300 covers everything sverxthings8s
185 18500 00 to Jamaica and back backFor bsckYor backp
p For three days da In the harbor of ofColon ofColon ofCoico
Colon she Is I your our floating hotel offer offerIns ollerInll overlog
Ins you every tropical comfort She SheIs
Is the restful bus from which you youexplore youexplore youexplore
explore the slant < < undertaking which whichwill wbichwill whichwill
will one day sever two Continents and andunite andunite andI
I unite two twoO twoOceans Oceans < eans A stupendous proj project ProJect projI ¬
I ect of fascinating Interest InterestShe IntereetShe interestShe
She touches at Kingston both ways wayswhere waywbtre wayswhere
where you may stop off o Indefinitely Indefinitelyand
I and whence you may connect with withe withevery
I e every ry point in the West Indies IndiesZacspa IndiesZc IndiesZCL
Zacspa Zc March 3rd 3rdUnequalled 3rdtlnecmualied antCMQualied
Unequalled weekly service from fromX fromNew fromNew
New X ff York Boston Philadelphia and andNew andNew andNew
New Orleans OrleanstoJarnaica to Jamaica Panama and andCentral andCentral andCentral
Central America AmericaUNITED AmericaUNITED AmericaUNITED
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
17 BATTEUr PUCE NEW YORK YOUXOfAayStttmihlp YORKOrAuyStUmihlp 0111 0111OrAySumsbp
OfAayStttmihlp Tlcttt TId Tkf4pacy Atacy
t
WOMEN TO WOMANS SUPPORT SUPPORTSCHOOL
SCHOOL QUESTION THAT HAS HASSTIRKEO II4SSTIRlEII hASSTIRJWI
STIRKEO UP SUMMIT SUMMITFrlrniti SUVI1Frlrodl SyMM1TFriends
Friends of Woman Superintendent nt I to tolie 10ne tolie
lie Discharged Because She Isnt IsntMan a aIanDI aManilig
Man Manilig IanDI lllc Protest to Board of du duration Education CSu CSutlatlon ¬
ration and a allot Hot Meeting Ahead AheadSUMMIT AheadStJltllT AheadStaisix
SUMMIT N J Feb 18 IHEducatlon Education has baathia hasthis hasthis
this town by the ears Today a young youngman younman youngman
man asked a prominent druggist It Summit Summithad Summithad Summithad
had a superintendent of schools and the thedruggist thldrugjtiet thedruggist
druggist told him he wasnt sure but he hethought hethoujtbt hethought
thought so He said that anybody who whowanted whowanted whowanted
wanted to sell drugs in this town couldnt couldntexpress couldntexpress couldntexpress
express an opinion one way or the other otherIt
It wasnt sale But by next Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight Jondaynight
night by the time the Board of Education Educationmeeting Educationmeetlog Educationmeeting
meeting Is over maybe it would be safer saferto
to talk StillS for the present itd be just justaa
aa 8 well to keep mum sir sirLastSunday airL sirLsatSunday
LastSunday L stdund y the Rev R C Hull of the theFirst theFirst thoFirst
First Baptist Church preached a sermon sermonabout sermonabout ermonabout
about it lie took sides with Miss Louise LouiseConnolly I LouiseConnolly ulse ulseConnolly
Connolly who has been superintendent of ofschools ofIIOhools ofschools
schools here for four years with the un unhappy unhappy unhappy ¬
happy consequence of an appeal from fromsome from80me fromsome
some of the congregation to the deacons deaconsThe dpacol18The deaconsThe
The deacons havent reported yet and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their wives Ives are very careful In what they theyeay theyeav theysay
say about the matter matteralt mattertIt matterMt
alt Hull In his hi sermon spoke against againstthe
the resolution of the schools committee committeeof
of the Board of Education in which it itwas itwas itwas
was recommended by a six to three vote votethat votethAt votethat
that Miaa Connolly bo replaced by a man manTrouble manTrouble manTrouble
Trouble bas been brewing since lust lustfall lutfall lastfall
fall when Mayor George F o Vreeland Vreelandwas
was elected without opposition Mr MrVreeUnd MrVreeland MrVreeland I
Vreeland Is a Republican and nobody nobodyoauld nobodyo nobodyo3uld
oauld o > uld be induoed to lead a ticket against againsthim
him As s soon aa hn got a chance he ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed fpur f ur new members of the Board Boardof
of Education with the result that nobody
knows whether Miss Connolly is going goingto
to keep k p on as Superintendent of Schools Schoolsor
or not notLemuel notLemuel notLemuel
Lemuel Skidmore Is chairman of the theBoard theBonrd theBoard
Board of Education He has served for forupward forupward forupward
upward of two years and In all that time
he says he hasnt seen anything to criti criticise crltlcille crltidee ¬
dee In Miss Connolly The four new memo memobers ¬
bers whom Mayor Vreeland appointed appointedat
at the beginning of this year are John
J Lane me who used to be a Democratic I
leader in Summit Dr R D Baker ker a anewcomer anewcomer anewcomer
newcomer here Morris A Tyng who whowasnt wbowasnt whowasnt
wasnt satisfied with the way the public publicschools publloIIOhoola publicschools
schools were being run and M A Sher Sherwood Sherwood Sherwood ¬
wood woodWhen
When these men were appointed appointedsaid
said Mr Skidmore 9t it was rumored that thatthey thatthey
they would get rid of Miss Connolly
George F Hill and Horace Dean who whowere whowere whowere
were holdover members of the board boardacted boardcted boardacted
acted with Ith them Elmer Underwood
R M low and I IBtoodoutagainatthem stood out against agalnstthem them
That was th the way the vote went at the themeeting themMtlng themeeting
meeting of the th schools committee of the
Board of Education last Friday The Theschools Theschools Theschools
schools committee Is composed of the thesame theMme thesame
same men as the Board of Education Educationsitting EducationBitting Educationsitdng
sitting as a II committee They resolved resolvedthat d dthat
that Miss lIss Connolly should go with the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present school year and that a man should ebouldbe
be chosen chOll D in her place The report will
b be read on Monday night at the open openmeeting openmeeting openmeeting
meeting of the Board of Education
My Iy opinion in the case is impartial impartialaid
aid Mr Skidmore I have known Miss l1I1l1Connolly
Connolly for two years These men who
have just come in seem to be moved by byprejudice byprejudice byprejudice
prejudice and prepossession And why whyen
Well en draw your own conclusions conclusionsQuarters concluslonsQllart conclusionsQuarters
Quarters Qllart rs generally well wclllnformed informed have
it thtt Miss Connollys name indicates indicatesthat indlc indIcatesthat s sthat
that she is i a woman It is said that she sheconfesses ebeOnrMSe8 sheconfesses
confesses to it herself And that thatsny that8H thatsey
sny 8H Miss Susan C Marvin of Jrs J Jersey y City Cft CftMillS
Miss Lydia K Ennis of Jersey JEr ey City ana anaMies and and1I88 andMiri
Mies Elizabeth C Albn of Hobo Hoboken ken > n in inen Incn inin
en dddrcsa to o Heirs and members of ofwomans ofwom ofwomens
womans wom nlI clubs is is the only complaint complaintcgainst complalntgalnst complaintagainst
against Miss Connolly No other charge chargeIs charl1Is
Is mud Her character culture and andcompetency andcompetency andcompetency
competency are unchallenged unchallengedThey
They add thrt this resolution on the thepart theort thepart
part ort of the majority of the Board of ortducation
Education In this town is an insult to towoman towoman toWoman
woman and that it palpably IB th the re result r rlult resuit ¬
suit of a preelection conspiracy Thats Thatsthe Thattho Thatsthe
the way they put it Itun an insult against againstwoman aalnstwoman againstwoman
woman The argument for suffrage suffragenow sulfrngeMdays suffrageno2daya
now Mdays days is A clearly cl rl drawn In Summit
Mayor vreoiand Is supposed to have havepolitical havepolitical I Ipolitiool
political aspirations goes on the printed printedstatement printtdtatement printedstatement
statement A Statewide protest will willimpress willImpro88 willimpress
impress him We hope to make this thisprotest thisprotest thisprotest
protest more than Statewide Will you younot younot younot
not therefore secure t1 cure a meeting of your yourorganieation yourorganhtlon yourorganiaatlon
organieation as quickly as 5 possible fJO sible and andsend andsendu andsend
send sendu u protest pr test to the th Hon George F FVreeland FYnCland FVrteland
Vreeland Mayor If Ifthere there is not time to tocall toll tocall
call ll a mooting will you not send a per peroonal peronnl persortal
oonal letter or telegram of protest to toMavor toMavor toMayor
Mavor Vrooland VroolandThey VreelandThey VroolandThey
They have come Mayor Vreeland Vreelandwho VreelAndwho Vreelandwho
who Is a woollen merchant in New York Yorkwhen YorkWhen Yorkwhen
when hes not in Summit Is getting them themby the themby > m mby
by the reams Rollo Ogden O en took a couple coupleof
of shots at a Mr Hill and an Mr lr Tyng Alfred AlfredLane AlfredLane AlfredLane
Lane tried to get them for publication publicationlnthe in inthe
the Summit Record but Mr Tyng said saidthey saidthey saidthey
they wouldnt do to print and refused refusedto
to band them over A petition signed signedby
by about 700 friends of Miss Connolly was wassent WrLIIsent wassent
sent to the Board of Education Fduc Uon but It Itwasnt itwasnt itwasntconaidered
wasnt wasntconaidered considered The majority decided decidedthat decidedthat decidedthat
that it wasnt worth while whileNext whileNext whileNext
Next Monday night Mr Skidmore Is Isgoing 18going isgoing
going to present the minority report In Init Init Init
it he will say what he thinks about Miss MissConnolly llilllCnnoJythat MissConnotiythat
Connolly CnnoJythat that shes been a most able ablesuperintendent ablelIuperintendent ablesuperintendent
superintendent of schools that things have haveImproved haveimproved haveimproved
Improved since Il nce she has b JII been In charge chargeand chargeand chargeand
and that she has the confidence of the theState theState theState
State Education Board And If the women womenof
of Summit have their way and a good goodmany goodmany goodmany
many of the men too she wont ont be put putout putout putout
out outAnd And what do you you ou think of this nay naytier
her tier opponents In other Jersey schools schoolsone 60hoolone
one woman teaches thirtysix children childrenIn
In n the kindergarten grades In Summit SummitMiss SummitMiss
Miss Connollys teachers take care of only
twentyfour Wed like to know what whatsthe whatthe s sthe
the matter with Ith the teachers we pay
Thats what whatTHE whatTIIF whatTIlE
whatJ J
THE BEGGAR KTlnET f AGAIN AGAIMlltocekers AGAIN3lliloeekers tGAItllloeeker
Mlltocekers Spirited Opera tta nethrd nethrdat
at the Irving Place Theatre ThratrrCarl ThtrrCarl TheatreCarl
Carl Milloeokers operetta Der Bett Bettel Bettelstudent Bettelstudent l lstudent <
student The Beggar ggar Student came cameback camebaok camebaok
baok to the Irving Place Theatre last lastnight laBtnlgbt lastnight
night after a long absence Indeed there therewere therewere therewere
were those who said It had been some something 80mething something ¬
thing like seventeen years since the late lateHelnrich lateHeinrich lateHeinrich
Heinrich Cohried had produced It there thereAnyhow thereAnyhow thereAnyhow
Anyhow it seemed like a novelty to tothe tothe tothe
the greater part of the audience which whichwas whichraa
was large and enthusiastic and a great greatpart greAtpart greatpart I
part of it young and Hlmmell how they theydid theydid I
did laugh at t the jokes of Obertt Dllendorf Dllendorfthe Ol tender t tthe
the Governor of Krakau and the feverish feverlahittlclms feverishitticisms
Witticisms ittlclms of KnifricA the Eerkermeister Eerkermeisterof
of the citadel citadelThe citadelThe citadelThe
The story of The Beggar Student Studenthow Studenthow Studenthow
how the cruel Governor having been beenspurned beenspurned beenspurned
spurned by the fair Laura plotted to tomake tomake tomake
make her marry the beggar student studentSmon studentSimon studentSimon
Simon who ho was as released from jail for forthe forthe forthe
the puropae e and enabled to pose as a aSrinoe aprlnoe aprince
Srinoe prince with money m ney borrowed by the theovernor theGovernor theGovernor
Governor overnor from one of his subalterns and andhow andhow andhow
how just after the marriago the Kerker Kerkermeister Kerkermeiter Kerkerrneister
meister appeared at > and gave away Simons Bil7o7Inoog Slnonaincog Simonsincog
incog and how the villain Governor was wasfinally WIUItlnallT wasfinally
finally folledwas followed with Interest Interestand interestand interestand
and every solo and duet got bravos and andencores andenoorN andencores
encores encoresFrauleln enoorNFrAuJeln encoresFrauleIn
Frauleln Lucia Engelke Enpelkei especially im imported Imported imported ¬
ported from the Metropol Theatre Ber Berlin Berlin BerUn ¬
lin was starred and put in heavy type typeon
on the programme but the heroine
Laura was Wa sung by Frauleln Alice Haea Haeaeler Haeteler Haeeeler
eler who ho sanK well FrAulein Engelke Engelkewho Engelkewho Engelkewho
who was her slates Bronislava abounds
in physical attractions wore a short skirt skirtand skirtand skirtand
and generally had the centre of the stage
Rudolf Koch as the hero sane much bet better better bettar ¬
ter than he looked possessing a very veryagreeable veryagreesble veryagreeable
agreeable light tenor tenorThe tenorThe tenorThe
The chorus was somewhat wooden woodenand woodenI woodenand
and seemed to move on wires but it itshowed ItIIhowed itshowed
showed up well when it came to singing
I The audience generally appeared to enjoy enjc > y
the perf performance ormance exceedingly exc ingl ingl0
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THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY SOC ETY OF THE THEUNITED THEUNITEDSTATES 1 1UNITED
UNITED UNITEDSTATES STATES
Pt PtNEW > i
NEW YORK FEBRUARY 19 1910r 1910rTO 1910TO 1910 19102O
TO POLICYHOLDERS POLICYHOLDERSThe
The following synopsis of the Annual Statement State nt as of December 31 1909 is submitted for your yourinformation yourinFormation 1 1inFormation
information
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1909 1909TOTAL 1908 1908TOTAL 1908TOTAL
TOTAL ASSETS ASSETSTOTAL 48610963798 486109 486 379 4723395O88TOTAL 47233950883 472339088jTOTAL
TOTAL LIABILITIES LIABILITIESConsisting 40083731868 3910724193 3910724193Consisting 39107204193 39107204193THE 391072O4193Consisting
Consisting of Insurance Fund 39322355800 and nd
761376068 of miscellaneous liabilities for 1909 1909The 1909The 1939The i
The Insurance Fund with future premiums and andintenst interest interestwill CI CIwill I Iwill
will pay all outstanding policies as they mature matureTOTAL matureTOTAL matureTOTAL
TOTAL SURPLUS SURPLUSWith 8527231930 8126746690 8126746690With
With an increasing number of maturities of Deferred DeferredDividend t IDividend
Dividend Policies this sum will in tim decrease decreaseNEW decreaseNEW decreaseNEW t
NEW INSURANCE PAID FOR including additions
3852143 in 1909 and 3540621 in 1908 1908This 11094301600 I 9126210100 9126210100r
r This is an increase for the year of 21 per cent and was wassecured c csecured isecured
secured at a lower expense ratio than in 1908 1908INCREASE 1908INCREASE 1 908INCREASE
t
INCREASE IN OUTSTANDING INSURANCE IN 1909 1909COMPARED 886943900 886943900COMPARED 686943900COMPARED
COMPARED WITH A DECREASE IN 1908 1908An 1364781400
An improvement of 2251725300 225 1 725300 as compared with 1908 1908FIRST 1908I I 908FIRST
I FIRST YEAR CASH PREMIUMS excluding on additions additionsThis 377432127 272497659 9
This is an increase of 38 3834 j per cent as 8 compared with 1908 1908TOTAL 1908TOTAL 1908TOTAL
S
TOTAL AMOUNT PAID TO POLICYHOLDERS POLICYHOLDERSDEATH 5171657904 517165790420l023ia67 4786154269 4786I5429DEATH 9 9DEATH
DEATH BENEFITS 20l023ia67 2032400265 65
97 per cent of all Death Claim Cla ml in America were paid paidwithin paidwithin paidwithin
within one day after proofs pro fs of death were received receivedENDOWMENTS 4
ENDOWMENTS ENDOWMENTSANNUITIES 632155441 4830170 483017010 483017010ANNUITIES 483017010ANNUITIES 10
ANNUITIES SURRENDER VALUES AND OTHER OTHERBENEFITS OTHERBENEFITS 4 4BENEFITS
BENEFITS SURRENDZ I 7 7DIVIDENDS 1568366588 1469635416
DIVIDENDS TO POLICYHOLDERS POLl OLDERS C 960904008 801101578
1910 dividends to Policyholders will approximate
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DIVIDENDS DIVDENDS TO STOCKHOLDERS STOCKHOLDERSThis STOCKOLDES 700000 700 700000 t t
This is i the maximum annual 700
te maimum dividend that stockholders stokolder can canreceive cn cnrecive canreceive
receive under the
recive Societys Charter CharterOUTSTANDING Cater CharterOUTSTANDING I I IOUTANDING
OUTSTANDING OUTANDING LOANS TO POLICYHOLDERS POLICYHOLDERSEARNINGS POLICYHOLDE 5995493310 5705355528 5705355528ERNIG 5705355528EARNINGS
EARNINGS ERNIG FROM INTEREST INET AND RENTS RENTSOUTSTANDING RES 2107401395 I 2063640561 206360561OUSTANDING 2063640561OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING OUSTANDING LOANS ON ONREALESTATE REAL REL ESTATE MORTGAGES MORTGAGESTOTAL MORTGAG 9753264803 975326803 9757076722 975 9757O76722TOTAL 70767 22 22TOTAL
TOTAL EXPENSES EENSE including Commissions Cmmision and ad Taxes Tae 1043872964 975844746 975844746v 97584476Te
Te The v average grow grol rate rat of ° interest t realized realid during durng 1909 199 amounted aountd to 450 45 per cent cnt as a against against445 445 per percent percent r rcnt i
cent cnt in in 1908 198439 439 per cent cent in i 1907 19 7 426 per cent cnt in 1906 1906403 403 per cent cent in 1905 p and 390 per pr cent cent in 194 194The 1904 1904The 1904The
The condition of your Society S is i constantly cnsaty improving improvg The Te growth of new business busines at a redu reduQn reduced
ezpcase Qn ratio and the t increase inea increase in i in outstanding tndig insurance insurac manifest rifst public recognition recognitin growt of the te fact factI
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NEW 5THAYEBAPTIST oTH A AYE VEBATIST BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCHITALIAX CHUCH CHUCHITUItN OIIURCUIT4L1IN
ITALIAX TYPE OF 0 FACADE OF OFTEXT1I OFTENTII OFTENTh
TENTh CENTURY I IN PISA PISAllatn PIStIaln PISAMain
Main Auditorium AudiorIu In the Form of a Greek GreekCroii Grek GrekCrolTre GreekCrossThree
Croii CrolTre CrossThree Three Stories ftorl Above the Audi Auditorium AndltorlumAttethe AuditorlumAttractive ¬
torium torlumAttethe torlumAttractive Attractive AoommoaUonl Accommodations Accommodationsfor i ifor
for the te Churchs Churbl Many ltan Activities ArtUltlrsThe AlthIU AlthIUrhe
The new ne Fifth Fifh Avenue Avenl11 Baptist pt8t Church ChurchIs
Is s to be different diferent architecturally archltectursly from frm any anyof anyof anyof
of the other city churches churchl largely largl owing owingto owln owlnto
to the th necessities necitie imposed ImPed on the builder buildery buldel buildersby
by > y the size and situation sitution of the lot on which whichIt
It t is to stand standThe ltand ltandThe standThe
The lot on which the th present church churchstands churchstand churchstands
stands stand Is just a hundred hundr feet square lureand lureandIn squareand squareandin and andn
In n view of the probability probblty that the site will willsooner wi willsooner
sooner or later 1ter be surrounded by tall talloff tal tallethos
off ot ethos on or apartment aprment buildings buidng the church churchauthorities churchauthorites churchauthorities
authorities authorites were confronted cnfronted with the theproblem theproblem theproblem
problem of obtalningilight obtainlng lght for their thor new newitructure newstructure newstructure
structure chiefly from the front Aside Asidefrom Asde Asdefrom Asidefrom
from the requirements uirement of the church ser services Ir Irvic services ¬
vices vic and activities actvtlell this was wuthe the principal principalfactor princpl princplfactor principalfactor
factor which the architect archiect William Wiim Welta WeltaBosworth Wel WellesBoeworth
Bosworth Bworth had hd to consider considerThe Cflder CflderThe considerThe
The tentative plans for the new struc structure st10turt stmuctrim ¬
trim turt have been n prepared prpr those for the thejnt theIntrlor theinterior
interior jnt rlor having been OD done dontlln In collaboration collaborationwith collabrtion collabrtionIth
with Ith Prof Sabino Rbine of Harvard Hrvard who has hasmade h hasmade
made mde himself hlm accountable Bccountble to th the trustees trusteesfor tmste
for tho acoustics tho1cutc of the new building buildingThe buildig buildigThe buiidtngThe
The main auditorium of the church churchwill churchwi churchwill
will wi be b in the form of a Greek Ork cross cr0 and andwill andwi andwilt
will wi occupy oupy the full fiI length lenlh and width of ofthe orth ofthe
the th lot except excpt that the four comers are areadvanced areaftvnc areadvanced
advanced aftvnc to give gle support for the thl tipper tipperstori uppr upprstori tipperstories
stori stories s of the building bliding and allow alo space spacefor spacefor pce pcefor
for stairways tirwaY8 and for subordinate subrdlMte ser service servic services ¬
vice vic There Ter will wi be b galleries gnllries at the front frontand frontand frontand
and tho two sides lIide th thl the inner end being beinggiven bing binggiven beinggiven
given to the chancel chancl platform platorm baptistry baptistryscreen bptl8try bptl8try8n
screen 8n and canopy can py thl the n < l lt last t being bing the thochief thechleC thechiof
chief architectural architecturl noto of the interior interiorTho InteriorI interiorThe
I The decorations decorationsThere deraton deratonTer decorationsThere plan p11n U 11 to build buld it I of stone with mosaic mosaicdecorations moalc moalcderaton mosaicdecorations
There Ter will be b three thret stones store above abov the theceiling thecing theceiling
ceiling cing of the main auditorium for the theSunday theBundy theSunday
Sunday Bundy school the classroom and the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church social sial floor The rear fr of tho roof roofis
is to be made flat ft to nerve nrvo the purrova purrovaof pUI0
of a roof garden In the summer There Therewill Therewi Therewill
will wi be b four ltirys stairways two at tho rear rr and andone andone andone
one at each ech end of the facade fa ade them th latter lattertwo ltter lttertwo lattertwo
two surrounding elevators eltvators The ceiling cellingof cing cingr
of < If r the auditorium audtorium comes only oly to about aboutonehalf abolt aboltonehl aboutonehalf
onehalf onehl the total height of the front if ifthe rifthe oTthe
the building buildingTo
To meet met these requirements ruIrement the archi architects arhl arhltet architoots ¬
toots tet reverted to an Italian Itian type tpe of church churchfacade churchfaad churchfa
facade faad fa ade of the tenth century cntur in il Pisa Psa a alarge alarge alarge
large gable filled with lthrows lth rows of arches archesresting arhe archesresting
resting restng on slender 8le er columns The windows windowsare wlndowl
are recessed red in the wall al behind this open opencolonnade opencolonnae opencolonnade
colonnade colonnae The Te main feature fetur of the front frontIs
Is a group of three thr large arched ahod windows windowsand
and a three gabled gable portico beneath which whichaccess whichacce whichaccess
access acce Is gained ganed to prco the veatlblue ve8tblue and the theauditorium theauditorium theauditorium
auditorium At each end of the front frontthere rrontthere frontthere
there will wU be other lesser le8r entrances these theseleading thM theseleading
leading leaing to the thl stairways stairays and elevators elevatorsIt elevatorsI
It I is expected epted that the building buiding will wi be beof b beof
of light lght stone stne combined comblno with the shades shadesof ebade
of dark darkThe darkThe marble mble the columns light lght and the bands bandsdark bd8 bd8dark bandsdark
darkThe
The rear rea corners accommodate aommote the thepastors tbeptorsstudy thepastors
pastors ptorsstudy study ushers ushersroom room choir rooms roomsand roomaad roomsand
and ad organ loft lof There will WU be b a dressing dressingroom drinA
room in the basement bement The Te ruditoruim ruditoruimceiling udlorulm udlorulmcelog uditomuimceiling
ceiling celog will I b be of heavy beams bl Above Abovethe Abonthe Abovethe
the galleries glerle the side walls are a brought broughtforward broughtforard broughtforward
forward forard to allow aow the entrance eo tranc of light lightthrough lght lghtthrough lightthrough
through windows ladow there thereThe tere tereTbe thereThe
The interior woodwork wowork will wi be b in i the te tel
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color of antique walnut alnut The Te floor foor pitches pitchestoward pitehe pitchestoward
toward tward the te platform platorm The ventilating ventilatingsystem ventatg ventatglystem venttlatInsystem
system lystem is to provide for the intake Inte of offresh ofI offresh
I fresh frh air ar suitably ultbly heated heat at the top of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the house hoW and the withdrawal of air at atthe atthe atthe
te
the lowest lowet floor foor level level There is ar to be beapparatus b beapparatus
apparatus appatualnatle installed by which deaf dea persona personamav
prna prnamay
may hear the services servicesThe eervlO
The floor foor above the gallery galer is so 0 ar arranged ae aeranged arranged ¬
ranged that the whole may be thrown throwninto thrownInto throwninto
into one room and there are a to be service servicearrangements serice sericearangement servicearrangements
arrangements arangement which will 11 enable dinners dinnersto diners dinersto
to be served to 200 2 people pple There will willbe wi willbe
be the customary trustees truat rooms room and andalso anda andalso
also apartments for the sexton The Thecost TheCOI Thecost
a aprment
4500005 cost COI 0 of the building is estimated etmated at about aboutiacxio
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Passengers PMngen by the Atlantic Atantlo Transport Transportliner Trpor
liner Mlnnehaha Mlnnebaa for London LondonMrs Lndon LndonJrs
Mrs II n S Baring Barlnl Gould Miss 31 Adeline
Gould Montague Montrue Samuel SIDuel Jacques Adelne Adady Adadyand Adadrand Adadyand
and Miss 3 18 Constance Constnce Fletcher FletcherBy tleLo er erBy
By the Anchor liner Inlr California Ciornia for forGlasgow lorOlUlgow forGlasgow
Glasgow GlasgowV OlUlgowW
W V W v Darling Dallneh Mrs Schuyler V V hot llofman hotmanIilrs
man ertson ertsonSailing msn11rs erln manIilrs ertsonSaUing Mrs Louis Uoullllon noullon and William Ilam Rob Robertson Rb Rberln notiertson 10t 10tmsn11rs ¬
erlnSUng Sailing SUng by the Royal Ryal Mall Ml liner lner Nile Nilefor Nie Nieor NileIcr
for or Southampton Suthmptn by way of the West WestIndies WestIndes WestIndies
Indies IndiesH
Indes IndesH
H R Dltmari Ditars the Rev and Mr C T TI
I Harrzell larrzell Mr and Mr iirw Ir W E Young Y Dr and
Mrs II I pa Dayton ton MaJ MaJthln MajUon Oen Debevolse Debvolse OUI and ana an
Mr l and Mrs W J Christie
Passengers Palenlers by o the New York and Porto Port
Rico Ric steamship seam8hlp Carolina Caroln for San Bn Juan JuanDr Ju JuanDr
Dr C O Frederick rlderlck E E C onot Root Major
Kerrey pates Bat Mr and Mrs 31rl C M Goddard
Dr wfuUm Wiiam William li I Walker Walkerf W L DripVrTand Dr Drspr GOdad rana and
I Dr and Mrs Mr Thomas Thoma E Parks Pak Parksit
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PAXTOMIXES ES AT NEW THEATRE THEATREAmateurs THEATREAmateurs
Amateurs Amate Dell Deaht Delight rent a Large Lle Attendance AttendanceIn
In I Behalf Bml of Charity ofCarlt ofCarltA ottharityA CharityA
A series serie bf bfluaicl musical pantomimes and anddances adddances d ddc
dances dc given by NewYork soiety society folk folkor folkfo folkfor
gTel
fo for or the benefit befit of the MusIO MulO School Shool Settle Settlement Stte Sttement Bottlemeat ¬
ment was wa presented prnt before a large lageat and andfriendly andfriendly
friendly friendy audience audienc at the New NewtTheatre Newhetre Newhetreyeterday tTheatre tTheatreyesterday Thdatreyesterday
yesterday yeterday afternoon aternoon With th t the e exception exceptionof xcpton xcptonof
of the New York Symphony Syphoy Orchestra Orchestraunder Orchetra Orchetraunde Orchestraunder
under unde the direction dreion of Walter alter Damrosch Damroschand Darolh Darolhad
and ad Miss Mi Rita Ut Sacchetto Schetto of the te Metropoli Metropolitan Metropl ¬
tan t Opera Opra House Hous company compy the entire entireprogramme entre entreprge entireprogramme
prge programme was performed prore by amateurs amateursand aateurs aateursad
and ad the te applause was wa frequent fruent and hearty heartyThe heary hearyThe heartyThe
The staging was IUI lavish h v h the thf settings settingseffective 8ettngs 8ettngse settingseecthe
effective e eve egg and the te music mulo appropriate appropriateAfter approprte approprteAfer
After Afer three tr pantomimic ptomlmio affairs aairs ranging rangingFrom rangingfrom rangingfrom
From Jack Jak Frost Frt in a midsummer midsumer garden gardento
to a ceremony cmony about the tomb of Agamem Agamemnon Agaemnon ¬
non with the irrepressible Irreprlble ELectra E dra in evi evidence evidenc cvidence ¬
dence denc Miss Mi Sacchetto Shetto gave two dances dancesof danc8 danc8or
of a rather rther quiet sort 8r She Ihe was well el re received reoived recelved ¬
ceived oived but the audience manifested maniested a akeener akeer akeener
keener keer interest intrt In the pretty young girls girlsin
in their Grecian and Bedouin Bouin costumes costumesAnd Ctumee CtumeeAnd costumesAnd
could closer view viewof viewof Iewof
And then too one get gt a clOer
of them because bU8e they the all came ce right into intothe Intothe Intothe
the orchestra and balconies baloonle after afer their theiract theira theiract
act to orestra ask their friends if I they really realy did didas didIUI didas
a
as well wel as a they had ha expected expectedThe ex e
The popularity ppuhUty of Orlegs Grlegl Peer Gynt Gyntmusic Gyntmulo Gyntmusic
music mulo which U is being bing used ut by most mOt all allthe Al allthe
the professional classic claslo dancers dncers these thesedays the thesedays
days furnished furni hed considerable rhythm for forthe forthe forthe
the first frst number A chorus cbor bearing bearingmusical bring bringmU81c bearingmusical
musical mU81c instruments istrent8 of an ancient vintage vintagegrouped vintge vintgegout vintagegrouped
grouped themselves themeelvO about Peer Oynt Oyntoutside ayntoutfde Gyntoutside
outside gout outfde of his tent and did an a a Eastern Easterndance Ern Erndanc Easterndance
dance danc Peer Oynt alt was indifferent until untilA unt untilttaUra
A nUra Elided glded In He sat s up and observed observedwhile obered oberedwhie observedwhile
while whie the girl whirled and posed pO until untilhe unti untilhe
he was 18 entirely entrely in her power there thereupon Whereupn here hereupon ¬
upon they robbed robD him and made mae a hasty hastyexit hutyexit hastyexit
exit upn Miss Mis Dorothy Dorohy Jordan Joran of Boston BostonImpersonated Baton BatonImpnoned BostonImpersonated
Impersonated AnUra She Ihe danced danc with withexquisite withexquisite withexquisite
exquisite Impnoned grace and looked suffciently 8ulQlenty
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bewitching bewiting to charm cba most mot any man manScenically manScenlclr manScenically
Scenically Scenlclr the pantomime ptoime of Jack JackFrost JackFrot JackFrost
Frost Frot in the Garden in Midsummer Midsummerproved Midsummerproved MIdsummerproved
proved the most effective efectve part art of the thematinee thematih thematin
matinee matih e Joseph Joeph LlndonSmith Lindon mlth was < lack lackand Jec Icckand
and Mr Mrs George Gerje Rublee Ruble was 1 the Jothho Mothwho Moth SloShwho
who ho danced danc The Tbemulo music was W1 composed composedby cmped cmpedb
by b Edward Ewa Burllngame Burlnjtae Hill 1i of Boston BostonIt Dton
It 1 was constructed cnstruc on the Wagnerian Wagnerianprinciple Wagnerianprincple Wagnerianprinciple
principle princple wa of the leitmotif leitmtf each character characterhaving charaer charaerhving characterhaving
having hving Its it special spial theme The baas b horns hornsworked homaWorked hornsworked
worked overtime overime whenever the frog frogappeared Frof Frogappeared
appeared appearedThe
app The simplicity aimplct of the Greek Grk costumes costumesIn ctue
In the scene scne with Electra Eldr Cluttmnettra Cluttmnettraand Clvcmnefrf Cl yr emnestra emnestraand
and the maidens and the fitting music musicby musicby musicby
by Massenet Maenet from Lea L Erinnyes Erinnye made mae a afine afe afine
fine fe combination cmbiaton It 1 was wa all alver sIlvery very quietly quietlyand quiety quietyad quietlyand
and ad solemnly 8Iemnly done Mrs Archibald Arclibld 8 8Alexander BAlxader1 SAlexander
Alexander Alxader1 was Electro BlectN Miss ML Sacchetto Sacchettodanced 8etto 8ettodanc Sacchettodanced
danced danc the Toreador and ad Andalouse Andalouseby Andloul AndalousebyRubinstelnand
by byRubinstelnand Rubinstein Rubiin and Moszkowskis Mozkowakis Costa Costagnette Ct Costagnette
gnette gete Solo Slo The orchestra orchera played sev several seveer severai ¬
eral er selections 11etons during durg the Intermissions IntermissionsThe Intermi810na Intermi810naThe
The proceeds proc of the performance perormac were werelarge werelage werelarge
large and ad they theJ will wi all al go toward towa the sup IUPPrt support ¬
port Prt of the Muslo School Shool Settlement Sttement lii liiKast Ibt lbEast
East t Third street str Among Aong the box boxholders boxholders boxholders
holders yesterday afternoon afternon were Mm MmAndrew me1 I
Andrew Andw Carnegie Mrs Mr Payne Whitney
Mrs M Adrian Adra Joline Miss Lorraine IJrlne Roose Roosevelt Rs Roosevelt ¬
velt Mrs M MrTaylor Mraylor Pyne Pe Mrs Mr Henry Henr
Clews Cewa Mrs Mr Henry Henr Alexander and Mrs MrsJ lrs lrsJ
J West Wet Roosevelt RooseveltTherell Rvelt RveltTeren RooseveltThereil
Therell Teren Be Skating 8katns at Van Va CortUndt CortUndtThe Cortandt CortandtThe
The red r ball bl will wi be up In I Van CortUndt CortUndtPark Corldt CorldtPak CortlandtPark
Park today The cold weather of ¬
Pak tay Te cld yes ye yeaterday yesterday
terday terda and last lt night put the Ice lO on the thelake thelae thelake
lake lae there In splendid splendd condition conditon for skaters skatersand skatersand kter
and with school boys b having a wholeholiday whole wholeholiday wholholday
holiday holday and ad many my others olho a I half haI holiday holday
it Is more than probable prbble that tt several severalthousand sveral sveraltoud several4tboussd
toud thousand skaters atrs will wI be b on the Ice Ic
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Springfield Matt MattA Ma MaA u I
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JQ Police ioe Headquarters a few few days daysfor c Mll MllJQ sje sjefor
for Charles Carles H Davenport Davenrt Jr Jror Jrorfield of offield Sprn Sprnfield Jr
field Mass f a paper ppr manufacturer mnufactwJo1r Mr MrDivenport r rDzvenport
Divenport came here on F February blU1kh blU1khattend to toattend Wattend
attend a dinner of the American Aerc T pup pupand > Jp Jpand i iand
and paper manufacturers mnufacturer at the th WaMerf W Wthat Wilderfthat vf1 vf1that
that p3pr night Ho registered rogistr at the Murray Ku MmitysHill i iHill
Hill Hotel 1otel Hotellie p pHe v g
He attended the dinner diner and went wet b bask baskto k kto
to the Murray Hill Hi It was w BUpjpoMd BUpjpoMdhe k
he was on his way home when wh J uP h he left Wftthe leftthe <
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the morning of February Februar 10 A aaj4t aaj4tof roh rohof 1 1of
of hospitals publio publo and private privt bass b I Hoi Hoishown hotshown
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Mara laro Klaw Klw and end Abraham AbramEJ Erlpaer Erlpaerwho Erla er erwho
who brought suit 8U It against agin Felix Felixfor 1 Iera Ierafor
for en e accounting aountng of the thepr1t9 thepr1t9Grd profits of ofOrand o Th Thlmnnd
Orand Grd Mogul have obtained obtlealw obtlealwlotory an anlooutory n lset lsetlocutory
looutory lotory judgment and ad Philip PhUp M J Jhas Brttt Brttthas 8ftthas
has been bn appointed to take the theaut account accountThe accoustThe l lTe
appinted
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in 1900 19 by which Isman was w to produoq prudneethe 1
the show and to give them tm 25 peroent peroentof pr1A pr1Aof pr
of the profitu profitswhle while they th were wor alsotohtMtd ltokt W
25 per cent cnt of any Jny losses 10 They The say that thatIsman WatIsiman 1i
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