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In II the Ih lirniualltft lItl iliararterljallon iliararterljallonnrv
nrv 1 Arthur rthu Jones Jon rapp4r reappeared d las lasCrt lutr lait
Crt r r > er r the th troubled wat WIt watrn n of orIIurll o oi Xnf Xnfwit
i wit IIurll Mirkill affairs Ilal after aflr on I rcllr lu ecIIFel o oeV or orU t
eV 1 i > eaM < > n < i We Cant IJ li II4 as 1 flit Baiv Dd Ddfhal flitthat
that the 11 title tit of thn Ih thrwi th thr
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r > produced pruucP ruducr at t the tl th > > azlmova olmoyn azmnv Theatr Theatrm Tlt Tltin
em in m audience autienC that manifested mIUtd un uni uraibe
i a aibe ible bl delight dlht at varioUH slap Mta stageivi o ott or or11j
tt u 11j eivi v involution involutiontour votUtiontormuta oluIlon oluIlonJonf
Jonf tour formula rormul Is I Ii fairly wellunder wellunderin Uundlr UundlrI
in I IhU IhL city rl hy observers oh of On Oni tl thI
It inevitably Implies rather riith bait baitttKfxirama halrrwTflfl1fl
i < 4 A leUbllmlllN ratlr r Nld NldIrama
ttKfxirama Irama with a I pretentious veneet veneetif vnel nr nrr
if l r tihilottopbiu and moral observation observationThere ohMnalon ohMnalonhr ohsenaiurThr
There hr was WI a time t np when htn a play pl hy Mr Mrlr Mi1D Ir
lr 11 1D r > e meant rant nothing nOlhn morn than thn a ROOT ROOTrfrtia gnoifra oo
rfrtia < r 1a Rut that th t 1IIIo x > ilod wan I as al a remoti remotiHe rtmOII rmolft
ft a He days da of The Th Middleman lddlmn It I ii iio II I
I > < o 1 bn expected I JII Il that the Ih dramatis dramatisiciuld dramuil dramiiawuIr
iciuld ulo be h satisfied lhI1 in II this lhll year Nr of grao graot jC gr grdIivrr
t deliver < lr nny goods Iol of such a straight straightrw Itraijhl Itraijhlrd itriiightrwrd
rw rwrd rwrdII rd character characterHe
He I II must take tkt ta on his hil shoulders MOlld the the th bur burnn hlrn
nn n nf t thn Ih social Ilal reformer rrOrmfr or at least Itt th thmmentator the themmnlahlr thfUfl1fltat4r <
mmentator who look 10kal l elow > > lo the lhtlurr lhtlurrr th surf urfac c cf
1 f Ih the actions that tht hisaldlenC hisaidienct hisaidienctfnte his audience sees l Irn i ifore
fore rn it itI I stihr
Th ihr I heni wa W rather rther less 1 or this thll thl po f n in thtI the theIY
I lay w > nn n laat night nl ht although its sennet sennetwere itnwar n nAvol
were savored Avol with Ith the th same Im pretentious pretentiousti prt < ntols ntolsI
that has characterized charact rizd ol olhi ofhi
ti I hal characlrztd so J1 o many manyrc
hi recent rKnt rc nt works Thnrn Th ri was wa al very v r iy littlf littlfi iitl iitlqualty
< i < iil idd d cjuality of any kind about abut thi thii tht thiand
i hnrnrters htrnctfn and ad thn th action of Wt V > e Canl CanlIV llmt llmtI an anI
IV I t Bad d a na All Al That ThatIt Th
II wa certainly crtlnly not nw to print nt t tthe tn tnI ti tith
the I th h HUdienee I tJdlfn an English Inllsh woman woml c1 of tIt titlrrith thlInlh tIttih < <
rrith Inlh tih a i t bad bd lot ot of a brother brolhfr hrnth r There wai waino WI WImf wnik
no ik morn mf freshnoca fhn in thn th revelation rflton thai thaiher lht lhtrr thahr
her rr gunst 1t who vh had come without explana explanalion plan
lion lon In her htr hou house had hd once onC lieen h1 notorioiu notorioiuIK notrou notroua
a IK an 11 adventuress adtlturt The Th brother hrolhtr brothirtht lover loverthin lovfdIhil
thin Ihil tht womans womn stepdaughter MtfptlIKhllr The Th ad adventuress ndnlurP adfltur ¬
venturess nlurP fltur fts herself hnlr was al loved hy one on who whthad whohlr whhad
had hlr I kn wen the Iht Intimate Intmat friend ri nd of the th mar marwhon mnh maiwhos
whon h life lre lIt cho Iho ho mined rtlnfl but he ht h was wnl wa willing willinglo wilnl
lo iiLair marry lat her h r It waa u inevitable intvlthlo that tht thf thfhosteja IhhOIt thuhoiieia
hosteja hOIt at the price prC of keeping ecret crtt thf thfknowledge thImowlt thuknoed
knowledge Imowlt knoed of hr gue giit UII ts hiMory hllor nlioulc nlioulcdemand houle houlcdntnd
demand dmlnd her h r consent cnfnt to the th niirriige maril ol olher orhr o ohr
hr stepdaughter 1plIKbttr with her h worthless worthlessbrother worthlebrothir orthl 1
brother brotherIt
It does dO not tokaa tAa a play with wih eight igh word wordin ordl ordlil
in il it I title Ult tc t display dipla to the th public them themfamiliar thf th thfamIliar
familiar faiar tjrpes tJ typ They havn l hcn nnn thn th stocV stocVin MI MacIin > k kIn
in tradn or third thir rate ml British rtllh novelist novelistfor nonIMII no1iiifor
for the last Iat deicde dllC One 01 thiala is I forced rOI1 througl througlMr throuhlr
Mr lr JoneeV Io misplaced mlDlct confltlence onfdC in theli thelivitahy Ihirltali thIittIiy
vitahy ltali to decidn d < ldf that he h must mlMt hnvn ha writ writIKJ wrjt rl rlt
IKJ t hu drama draa snveral ral yenrs V1 ett ago n or thai thaihe thathI thithi
he hI has ha begun 1 > lln to write wrl old Id mens m plays playsThe playsThe YM YMTit
The Tit fast rlt woman of title Ilh with her ltr flitS miscellaneous mhCllfu flitScPllaneoui ¬
cellaneous Cllfu gueMa gltl feathered aathtr in her country countryhome cunlr cnuntrhotn
home hOI the th1 rnmest fAmlt lover hark from n nsojourn ntjoum neajourn
sojourn tjoum in foreign lands lnl the th lady lad news newspaper npwpJr n ws wspapsr ¬
paper pJr correspondent rlrndCnt thn Ih diAi diasipatd diasipatdhrother I > aled aledbrother
brother hrolhlr so 1 much in need or monev that h hmust hmUlt hmust
must mUlt marry mar nn h liiro re r or steal h hr r step stepmolherV stsjmolhrii 1 1molhfr
molherV molhfr pearl p arl necklace fpklc and anI substitute substitutean uhlI utt uttIn
a an In imitation Imiation one on tH It in its I plnce or orraIly are the Ih e ereally
really 111 characters charct1 that tlnl can an sifelv bn h pre presented pr prantd r rntP ¬
sented ntP to n sophlntictted Irhltc11fd public plhlc to today lodyThy todayThey Uy UyThey
They would wou lw I h > laughed at t in il a I novel novelOn noI novlin
On the tit stage tal they are nr just a 3 as much out outof outof 0th 0thof
of the th mode lo nave vrhen lwt the th skill lul of an aneiperiencBcl nn11prnd tnzprienctcl
eiperiencBcl 11prnd dramatist drmatil weaves wa p th them m withhis with withhis wilhhiM
his magic lade into nlo fabric rahrc of absorbing nhorhinl dra dramatic dmmaUc tlrztmatlo ¬
matic movement movementMr wpmntt
Mr t JOCK did nothing fohin of f the Ih kind kindwith kindwith I Illh
with llh them thlm lie II 11 Iniil the Ih IKllr postur Kwtur > of f cir cirrinnotances rr rrtunAladC rirtttnstaflct
rinnotances tunAladC befon the It ipectator with withthe withth ih ihtht
the tht th most mOt expert r UM I of the Ih rule rl of prepara preparation Irpra Irpralion h1rrratton ¬
lion After Atltr the Ih audience aucln had reached rpahllhIMycholojlcl the thepsychological th th5yChOlOgiCl
psychological IMycholojlcl Male IuIof stator of mind every pr interest interestin
in the th play wow diverted dird to the Ih lo los of a apearl I Iful iipsarl
pearl ful necklace n klalt It I cot COI Sioouu Sil Ii I had hadiieen h hlak hadli
li iieen n taken lak from a dreiwinK drPinf table at 11 a aiertain arlnin attahtI
iertain rlnin time IVt Iwdiv > ctive iiimeto ttitn t 0 c search searchfor parchifor ardl ardlfor
for i ia It I rKMmed mll ror a large Irl part rar of o the thetir th thlinl thifthi
tir linl it > t twoortsOMf t1o t C ad n ir then < were r lobe 10 h nothing nothingin nol hln hlnin hItiin
in the Ih play hut that pearl ssrl neckUc nObe Yet Yetit pt ptIt 1 1i
it i a I as only an a incidental Inednlal mean ol proving provingwhat Jrvln JrvlnhalB protnwhat
what halB a bad ono on thn Ih honles bOI hostsss < brother wa watid o oIllh ra raAnd
And Illh tid Ihn audience Aldienc kne In kn that IhlLIn ten minutes minutesafter minll minllarr rnjnuteafter
after the Ih play hnd begun begunThe hgunThp lun lunThf
The Thf pearl JIUIOltot pearlsotatof otiCnf the th wry c y for the th minute minutethe minlJ minuteip
the ip ilrrmn Irt re tItf1 reepparsd pj > enre < l Would Woul the th lover lovermarry 10rmArr Io i imarry
marry mArr thn th U hi4y dy ly with the Ih record rlrd r crd that in inlved intelvd
telvd > lved 1 f his hi friend The T tIramatickmetiI tIramatickmetiIof dramatic element elementof flomnl flomnlnr
of this Ihi situation MittBon liy in hr relation of th thpjvrt IhUI ttvprt
pjvrt UI she sh h hors ho in the Ih fae c ta of r 1m hi f trpod need Sh Shconfe Rhrnnrd lt ltIlf4sPd
confe rnnrd e th Iht t truth and hn h lovml 10vI1 herstill her hrII hostill
still II il He I accepted a pt hr Iftter n Z wife rnd rndthere rndIhr rodthr
there w 1 not a ectaor in the littl littlNaimova ltt littiitiIflOa
Naimova itiIflOa 7imo Theatre TitI that t did dll not fe1 tfl a sens sensf snr n nr
r resentment that lhl he h had been br n dragged draggedinto dra iraggodItto 1
into 110 that Ihat pearl ehrw chr merely lrlv for the th HfUe HfUef O Omakln st str
f making 1Iy lay AV nut of r i Mturtlon a littlw littlwIKI lll lllI Iittltwt
IKI I fumiliftr nriU lo offer eiciife f tlf eniiign for forthree totLltrr or orth
three th aetn al with the Ih embellishment mhlhmpnt of Mr MrJones MrJut Ir IrJ
Jones J Jut s > ocirl nc inil ni 1 tliicil thic1 < obiter hit r dicta dictaSo diclaSo liCtaM
So M rh ihoro hr re wa 11 fit ahornini interest inlrfl in ine Inw Inp
w e cant U I a as t llid 111 a t All Al That In Inmi InIof InttoorhAsoriotsn4
mi ttoorhAsoriotsn4 eof hi h n lriol < rioi n t he II hIot4avoryseriou hIot4avoryserioutpon H i a very vr Henoui Henouii riou
i ii tpon > on 1 this 01 anie Mr Ir Jone Jon his hi play playA piaun
A 44 unity un l It wanders andr too far ar afield afieldttf 111ld 111ldI
ttf er r that I pearl necktscn nrkbC ever 1 to catch catchup
up U I iicain a with wit h it pectalor ptaor Onc an anHiniifne an1In an4tjIIrflt
Hiniifne 1In has hl LJ been misled into placing it itMI its itsu41
MI 1 m what haI turn 11m out Olt to be hf a falw rlt tal clue cluea chia
a 4 difllitil lnrul niTr Inor for fol any playwright playwrightgain Jlaywrlhl JlaywrlhlIal
V gain Ial ii I conflilence a ocand econdtime pnnd I imp So Mot S St
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heiirtv h lover from the Ih other side il of the theviirli Ih therIj
viirli rIj 11 Miffer urfrd tatTord d through tlu II this circumstance circumstanceIhe < clmlac clmlacnl
Ihe nl VI play wiis 1 ndmirnbly dmimhl ncud IrI1 Hath Hathi
i r ne n Kaelred Ialrl an a rhe 1 Hi mircheU r rhd heroineiiv heroine hrrolnH
iiv H not have l lln hen < e < > i so 10 InIkponh indiHpen ai > e as asi I II
i ithorsaldin in hisMreiech hlr < h bu hllhnct hllhnctIv henctd henctdMv
Mv Iv I a difficult Ilmellt rIo 1 Kate Kll Thillipe Philip a aa ut
had the th mot t novel novelrhirarter iotIttuurartot
1 t T rldly rel rtownge OA mo Iw1 Iw1haar
rhirarter haar in thn th play pIa but shn h hn and it I grew grewi rw rwI
i fm m before I > for the I h lie end nd of the Ih second 5Uflfl con act acti
u i i teof or f her skill II it wi w too much in the theam tl tlI tie tietn
am I tn key kn Chariot < Orwill ranville was 1 just justfie juII
fie I inie 1m ort of 0 ofui a chalulime hlll I that every everyiima srtryu r rI
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nl nvnriably nnrilly roveal rovealWliam revaIIjani
Wliam Ham Ijani Hawtrey lr r San SI Sot Sotliern SotliernWilton Solrn SolrnWion horn
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tpable interpreter InlPrJrt of f tbl mten IIIly IIIlyIvnlonal intonsIv intonsIvuvontional elv elvnventional
nventional Ivnlonal and Jlriti1 lritjshi riti h play In lh 1 h 31 31f att c ct >
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This Thif city it evidently to enjoy snothlntcd anothei anotheiperiod anothtr anothtrIfricd
period of operatic quietude since int th thMetropolitan tt thletropoIitan <
Metropolitan 1lroplhn Opera Opr Company hr h onc oncmorn on onmore
morn Oiiilio Oattifavixra rnd rndArtur
engaged Olulo Citi 77 one oneArturo antArturo
Arturo Artur Toscanini TtManini to conduct Nndurt the Ih attain attainof BtAirM BtAirMt affairif
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nppt applied for or a renewal rntwu itt < > f their Ihtir contract contracttnveral rontrct rontrctvr1 contr4ctsovpral
tnveral vr1 months ago a n tint It it win ettle sottletdeflnltcly ettledefinitely ulddnnihly <
definitely only nnl a i few t weeks WfkA ago nlo that th tindirection thdirlin thlirection
direction of f the li Metropolitan 1trnlt111 Open OpernI Optra Openhouse
I House 101 would remain in their control foi foianother tonnotlur or ornothpr
another nothpr seaton seatonThn Ie setnnTho < nn nnTh
Thn Th fiirl Crl sin of the tht Golden Coldn West t which whichwas whichI whiciwis
I was 1 the th work of n MM II fAulClz iattifrjuzza and andTcwcanini ad adTocnlni an anToacanini
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I isuoeew u and the th nmnnnr Innr 1itns in which the theoMra th thu lii liiIra
Ira was u porfornted M rformed i regarded regardedI rjardt a aanothdr <
I another nnnlhtr feather rathfr in the th Italian 1 1 cap capKiiniRskindvr capKitnigskindtr ap apIKonijklndr
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slice u eimfiil eimfiilThe rul rulTh ul ulThi
The Th dUnppeurance diAII rl of OMM Hammer Hammertern Jcmmr Jcmmrrrom hammerstein
tern from the tht operatic oJrlt Held Id resulted r ultll in ina inA Ita
a decided dridtd mcreoM Ir in the 11t suhiaripthnnthe suhHcription rt rtthe 1 1th
the th opera house hOI There r N I not a seat 8 t In Inbe ithi I
be 1 had thin year on the Ih orchestra orhflra floor floorOn foor fltrnrOn I
On Thursday there ttfrp are ar sixteen iUn feat ot in invarious Inulol iivarious
various ulol part unts of the Ih orchestra orchtrl They Theynte 1he 1heat
I nte At not especially fflaly desirable at It that hul hulthey hulI huthoy
I they an the Ih only places pia to he h had hr Thin Thinstate Thil Thustate
state It of affairs l air hai h tended Ipnlf1 to incre ilcrrr ilcrrrIh iIicrerthe < v e ethe
the Ih satisfaction Iiflrtln of the th director of 0 the thecomprjiy Ih Ihromrl thueonprny
comprjiy romrl with ith their pre IrM1 prceeuit it head headThe h1lul h1lulI Ihoad1ho
The sam m citintinn exist 1111 in Chicaito Chicaitowhere Chirllo Chirllohr Chicacowhere
I where hr Andrea Dipiiel Uill1 and nd aiiiwninl aiiiwninlhavn lmlfninl lmlfninlI nhulatntnhiaI
havn hl heen Iln retained for or n wond nd ieiion ieiionThey ieL fm fmTh on onThey
I They Th hare h su ucIfd < eeded no 10 well 11 in estab establishing autahlithing Iab Iabllhml ¬
lishing llhml the Ih opera ot on Oi a HiihfttvUirJ MlhtnlirJ hash hashafter ha hail i iafter
after one nn nerou Ion ann that tll they have ha tear leenselected tearselected
selected I to carry on lh the work for another anotheryear anothri itnothotYear
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i year r They Th rhiev had ld the th ti 11 tak k of introducing introducingpermrj Introdlcnl intrnditctnpermanent
permanent permrj ent opera In a a 1 city cly which had hadnever hd hdIIr hadflrer
never IIr l efore > hrd hrc anyung an Ln hut lll visits 111 from fromtravelling tromI Ironravelling
I travelling taplinl compamej rmlIlp It I IN i probnhle probnhlelhit prohahlthat rhnhlIbt
that Ibt in future there will wil he n I eartairnunih certain certainnumber rrt3lnnnmh
number of perforinincei rrOrnUIC uf opern olr Riven Rivenevery li1n li1nI givellevery
I every fn year a in invirs 1dsh Knghtsh Knghtshfl
I virs 11 fl up f 11 iis I t 1I1 111 111I 1111lon 1 ti ttIIL ttIILtiirtltni IHS IHSVurtlan
Vurtlan 1lon Sale al for the th Marru arru R Ma Maei MaeiHeacilt Itr Itrlnnt > rr rrllenent
llenent lnnt nrln nmUOo nmUOoi M44Mlii M44MliiAn
i An auction alclion tunIc II of orche orchdr orcheira < lm MPt setta it and andl andhotsu
l 101 hotsu > oxeA for th Ihn te timonial Iplimolial performance performanceto prrorlanC
110 to bo 0 tendered the veteran thejlncil thejlncilii Ihplric1 hpjirictIinanagrr
I ii rlalrr inanagrr naRpr Marcus Jlrcu It It Mayer May or at lh thu > New NewAmntertlani S SmllnIm Nesu1mstorilan
Amntertlani mllnIm Theitre hIlr on Friday after afternoon nCr nCra afternoon ¬
noon iliiituary I3wa 3 was a hld h ld at lt the Ih Lyceum LyceumTheatre IYIurI IyceurnThe3tre
Theatre Tb3 tr yesterday yl afternoon dleon The Th auc auctioneerH auclon autetionueflu
ny I
I tioneerH lon included hcldld Augustus UlUAIII Thomot Tom ThomLWhhl ThomLWhhlitm Wi WiI WiI Vill Villiim
I Daniel Krohinan Cluirl tharIiJ hrlJ
iim Collier L olr ni I frolunun > t tJ
J J J Hc Hi > 4 unit Iml lo 101 lopti tti 1 n > Ciriomer Crir A tnUl tnUlof Inl 4141of l lnr
of a I little 111 over V S H I tusr < > III I premium IJrmilm wan wanx WUlr1 Waitsieur
x vire lr1 tt < l thrniRh Ihrollh 111 Mle I of ttvicelH The TheInmlM Th ThI Itutmha
InmlM I ml Chili llnh paid laid lliwt It IsN for a gallery gallerticket Ialt galleryticket
ticket Ickt Krwl Jnol tl Whitney hI aUo 111 paid pit pitIh stiwi stiwithe n i iih
ih the Frwrn Frt Clul l11 tuh > tv 511 IOU Mm 1 hanme nm Mard MardVFI atl atlal1 ard ardiifl
VFI and al1 the II Green Or lioom lull JII K3 5 for forKillery rrIIr fingulIer
Killery IIr ticket lck t William W lm Collier Colr oilier wctired wctiredin urd
in 11 llri Hr1 > t hot for U 1 3uI Another t hot > o wits wnnpurchi witsuttrCh1sMl n nIIIlht
purchi IIIlht uttrCh1sMl e l hy h Kiwi 111 Whitney Whlny for SM SMand Stsl StslniI 11 11Ind >
and Ind niI unottivr inotl r hy I Iharle Klein Iiifi for SO SOlnrl 711 711Ifohrl i iItOttt
Ifohrl lnrl liuluird Ihlud piiid 111 slot H i for four cents resitlame centshan04 I IIrH1
lame I Kridy IrH1 tn 111 14 < > for live lve xeitit 1 and andJerome antIroIP antilrone
Jerome Siegel I hid WI for two tteitxull Ual in I the thefront Ih Ihnlt therout
front rout nlt low toWNegotiations lowNegotiation w wpoliallonl
Negotiation are at under Indr way for Lillian LillianRiiKAxll 1lian 1lianI liihanRIDseli
I RiiKAxll IhlI to I lour AuKtntlia Aizstr Ilrlh ilia under the Ih direc direction d direcinTi ro rolon ¬
tion of Joseph Brooks Irok at lt the Ih end nd ft her herpresent lr lran liarpresent
present lon tujnon an in her comedy comoy 1n In Hearch Hearchof arch archr
of it r a i Sinner Sh will wi close r0 her Ha 4acofl 4acoflwith > on onwtlh 01
with lh an ir enKiRement nJa mnt in I New w York in I the thelate Ih Ihhtl iiilate
late htl HpriHK PrIK Meantime 11Im Ml 1 t htiioil Hil 111 > ll H isnnyitig HenJoymK
enJoymK herelf on the Ih Incifli1 Refe ctxi at attuirtiui t tItiirton 1Blrlol
nJoYIf Itiirton Blrlol Holme lolo i iu ten o n to l llln Isegin > eRin IIH IIHannual In Inonoul hiuannual
annual onoul snits > ri f of > f ill 111lml1 tiliistmteI i trnt l travelogues trnxeloRiieat
at II CarneRie Hall 1Ind and < nd the Ih Lyceum 1 Theatre Th TheatreAs heatreA lr lru
A As tamJI uoiialYiHwtll u uiatial llllwll Itewili give thre > Ilarullel trulleI courses cournenThe cotJ cotJTh coursesTip
The title UII of Ihliv lb he nve itveeiiiJectsetri subject ulJI are Munich Munichand JunlchlUl Iuinictiiiitl
and lUl I Havana Jaar The Th IauMon lI lon Play L atbojinmergIii at atOl nlfldmmrs11
Ol fldmmrs11 bojinmergIii ammer8m in 1 I91 I9lii < TraRtie Prall and andUohotnti andUhli andihuhicni
Uohotnti Uhli I MolorinK folorinl in in fiermany Cmuly arnutny and andTwo Ind IndWnY afliIwo
Two WnY nyn IyI Around rould the Ih World WorldMiM Whl iirtti iirttiMiss
Miss I H Ikrrl ftttha rlh Tannenl Tnnnnhall riinnnuutni > ium will 1 mike mikeher maknhr makeher
her first Irt public rmlc apf alrlmnce Mranc here on the theeveninx Ih Ihnll theevaflulig
eveninx of January Janlar I Illh it t the Herald H liqitar liqitarTheatr < < Uir UirTheair uir uirI
I Theair Thp nll under Ildr the th nu napicauof Allpil pice4of of the Ih hi Zhonist Zhonistoetjos Zion iom t tocietie tnill
< ocietie nill of r this city lly She Sh will wi reciie reciieeveral rclt rocitivaral
1 everal vnl xelecliont tIelion from the Ih poetry of ofKmnwi ofImll If IfEmma
Emma l 1Jnl lnrarus lnrarusRobert nranM nranMKohert I
Imll Robert Iotr Warwick arick wa yentenlavenaaied yentenlavenaaiedfor n af1 af1ror
for the Ih Iaint leading eodin mile 111 role r l with 1ilh 1ouitue 1ouituefunning xiui e edunning
dunning Ounninl in The Th llalkan Jalkan Ilincewn lroC under underthe Indr underthe I IIlh
Ilh the management rnaltmlnt of the Ih Shuberto Ihuhrl andWilliani and andWilliam andWllsm
William A Brady rad which U i0 now no In re rehearsal rf rehuareal ¬
i hearsal Wllsm and lud tutu IB i ii noon oR to open for u brief briefout hri hriout Itniefritut
out of town 1011 lour preparatory ppralor opn to it lU il New NewYork S SI NewYork
York premiere prmitr in the Ih near future rlllr Mr MrWarwick 1n 1nWaninick r rWanick
I Warwick Wanick i is now no playing the Ih leading halhll male malerole malI tonicr4de
I role ril with Mi I l Iaulh > lfw farter arlr at the Ih lyric lyricTheatre IrricThntr IynicTheatre
Theatre in Two Women WomenCornell Wom Womfonl toatiornflI
Cornell fonl 4ilee C Clot Iul Iunrerl Tonl Tonlhl TonlhlTh Toniatit ToniatitThe til tilThe
The Th Cornell Corn1 Glee 0 Banjo and In1 Mandolin MandolinClub Mandoliniih IandlmI
Club will give a 1 concert tonight 10ni 11 at the theWflldorfAHtoni thelValdorftstorin
dll i Iiv nlcr II IIWAhlortlori
I WflldorfAHtoni The Ti organization orlanizlion han hanb hal halbn tinsrsn
b bn en on a holiday holcay tour 10Ir which has hn extender extenderBH 1nd1 1nd1i
i BH R far Clr tin west 8t an A Kani Kan City and Omaha OmahaTh
Th combined clubo ril I are reeirded rgld1 as a on onof onor onr °
of r the Ih strongest tron e t nnd nnl bent drilled drilc college collegecl cohlogeclub oi
cl e club llh organiaition or an 7loU in the Ih countrr countrrTrn voulntryI ounlrY
Trn 11 I nn m ln nin n have lM > n trnm IrAinc trained l by h In Irof Iror Iann Iannof > inn antirif innof
of the Ih ° imiverHlty 11 lltr The Th concert will il on opn opnhtPi n nvrlih
I vrlih wih htPi Alma Alml Miter Iir a its imnl I 151111 I I find ld dOM lose losesith e ewitli
witli 111 th the Cornell Corn1 Kveninu Jninl Song Sounllr ou
llr nilxin on Return Iurn to Irlnrrlon IrlnrrlonPrlMKT lrlnlnnI PrliierlonlpncTris
I PrlMKT > x N J 1 Dec U 3 30 Oovernor Oovernorejerl rnprnnr Otivernorsleet
sleet Woo OIw ooiow low Wilnon Wlln came am ht I hak l < to tonight InI totghit
I night ni hl very ry tired IrNI from rm a 1 MIX lis diy rPy trii tril trip > to toSt 10Hl tot
St t loum 111 I tutiis H t lie would Jlc sy iy Y nolhiiiK 1lhllK not lung admit admitNew i tiltotitew Olt OltI
I New ew W Jer 111 IerssV y politic olliC olliCI
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Najt N Manufacture > lanlIU tout an Trade Ta Mtsald Mlaoll lit litaod II IIfao it itGuati
fao Guati < aod 4 b s l Investment 11tl lln llnlinger itts > slon u uSan3e
linger lon an AulliorlD Iltlortl J It 1lalan 1lalan4lla Harlan or orTrunjlt atlhltago
4lla lhltago Trunjlt TrunjltLymon TaUema Transttttman Rto RtoLyma Reicale ReicaleLyman <
Lymon Lyma J Gage CIa Secretary Mecrata of r the theTmnj theTmnjury th T TI Treuu Treuuit
ury I it from rrl 1907 I ISO OT tit tf I8D3 111 and hanker hnktr for or many manyye mAnyY onto ontoyfstrs
ye Y yfstrs > m Ixfore Ilro that tbt but who during durnl thloitt th thI thumat
mat tt five lyt yenta VN lion 11 ha lived Ivt1 in southern Iouthlm Cull California CullfOMli Callfoniin ¬
I fornia fOMli where ht ho spends IIn1 much of 0 hi hitime h hitime
time Ur In philcxophic lhi < Ohlc reflection nfon arrived IIINI al alth lt ltth a athe
th the < B Belmont < lmont yesterday tmy from trm Washington Washingtonand lblnjon lblnjonnld
and nld eix eapects IWt > ct4 to IM I hereabout hb > ut for about aboutweek abJut abJutk abotiweek
week k He wax Wi atke ak1 < l what h ha v thought thoughtof I
of if the th buMnifrt bum outlook outlookI outnk
I have ha been o long out of active ncl affair affair1and atai ataian affairnail
and an 1111 so Si far any that lht for sit me I to talk talkabout tlk tlkIluml talliiiitut
about Iluml hiuiincKA huin is like hk a man who is II on onthe onthe nithe
the topmost row 1 of a football foothnl arena ntfn try trying t tInl trylog ¬
log Inl to tell 11 what hnt Is I going nlll on in the thf squabble squabblein MuAbbltIn
in the Ih field 1ld below 1tlow wild Mr Ir Gage age Hu Butconditions HuI Huconditions
conditions rnditot ought to t be b good go for general generalI generaindustry ntml ntmlIndwlf
I Industry Indwlf and an trade It Is II reported that thatwe llt lltla tintWi
we have la got iot JSSOOOOOOTW S roo aO ct nno worth of r new newproducU nw1rllcl nesjriuct
producU 1rllcl gathered jtbrfd from frm the th nil oi the theforests thuforests h hInd
forests and Ind the th niincaduringl9tnand mlncdurn6 niineadunlng IGIan lOin antI < they theyare the thaiare 1 1atf
are the II subjects Iubjcl of manufacture mnutactur and andeichnnge andf1hnf am amsiehange
eichnnge f1hnf They Th afford nfonl an In enormous enormousfoundation u nonoul1 nonoul1fllnatnn normouifitintlutjon
foundation fllnatnn for manufactures mnuracul and trade tradeand tmdan tradiand
and an it is I hard br to see how we can en fall fal to tohave toh Vhave
have h very r good po conditions cnditon in respect respectto
to these theseWhen t theseWhen h
When WIn hWIn it I comes omN to tt Investments Invtttt stocks stocksand uttockiand tok tokAnd
and bondn bon < they th are at not entirely gay governed jOV jOVtmr gayemed ¬
erned tmr by real t1 facto rac relating rllatinl to t production productionand prducion prducionnd
and nd commerce cttlrC They Th an s Mn sensitive n ltive ltv to tolegislation ftlegislation
legislation 1liLlol court clrt decision o Ilon anti tn1 appre apprehensions a ahnlon appraliensions ¬ I
hensions for the th future uturn even though thOllh throe throemay lh lhmay brostony
may fti thsi t only onl in the th imagination imnliMton and andthe ImIth andthe
the th interplay of these Ih factors raco on the Ih minds mindsof mlndl mindof I IormpnOIIt
of ormpnOIIt men opera t e Ilu to make makt or modify opinion opinionand ollion ojiunloratisi I
and I either stimulate tmulat or depress dr the tl It in investment InImut iiivestntent ¬
vestment Imut market marketI larkt I II
I should tipecl ievt to see ee easy MIY conditions conditionsprevail conditionuprevail ndlton ndltonII
II prevail prni ni n to the Ih hit loan lon market larkt for rfr some sometime sometime
time lo come rm but nobodv nohoc must take I me mefor m totfor I
hor for an al authority authorityMr uthorit
I Mr Ir Gage Cal said 11 he h did not care er to rtmcusw rtmcuswthe clCI clCIIh lUtCttscthe I
the Ih central bank idet idetAs hi iiIt iiItAut j jI
As for the Ih postal bank 1 am not hixtll hixtllto
I to it i nor am Bi I enthusiastic nthuIIIic about it he hesaid hrI hitsaid
I said I would ulc much rather see Mf the tht New NewYoik Newoik
i York oik saving vm bank hnk system I < I prevail rnwai over overthe ovrth overthe
the th country runlf for fo I dont cont think thllk there is isany i ini litany
any ni system avsteniuttiteninr 11 superior upror to it I It I ha ha achieved achievedgreat ahlri1lt achievedgait
great 1lt re rul reiilt > ult in securing urnl the tb confidence confidenceand cnl0nC cnl0nCand
and nd cooperation lpmton of the Ih industrial Indltrlal classes classesas n na
as a is i evident iInt from the th figure f 1 and Ind < under underthat IJndrIhlt underthat
that Ihlt system the 111 depositors realize 11 sub subenntiilly substintially Ih Ihnllly
enntiilly nllly the th full ul earnIngs rmln tr f their theirmoney Ibirmon theirmont
money moneyJohn mon monI montlnht
I John Mavnanl 1 11 I llarlan larlan who h wan Wi once oncecandidate on onI onceeantliciate
candidate rardleal for or Mayor of Chicago lhlo hut who whoi wholnieu I Ini
I i lnieu nie ni that Ihll he lI was a reformer rprorr with withI itug 1 1big
big ft or one on in quotation floUtlol marks is at the thnBejmont theIlelmon
hlj m3r
I Bejmont 1plmonl Ilelmon Mr Ir llarlan larlau nays oY he has II aban abandoned ahal ahandoneil ¬
I doned his hi astral aIr1 or political plticl shape haJ and andis I II
is I trying tfin to make mik an honest living Ihlnl He Hethinks I 11ithinks I IIhink
I thinks the Ih foreclosure rorIOu sale 1 of the tht ChIcagoonsoitlaeul Chicago ChicagoConsolidated Chi o I
Consolidated Conlldal1 Traction Tralon Company Compy and nndthe nnljlh1 andthu I I
jlh1 the transfer of Its il urban urb lines ln to lolh the Chi Chicago Ihirao hi hicilgri ¬
cago Railways RaiY Company means that the theWindy Ih theWittiy I IWinI
Windy WinI City Iit Ity will m soon n have ha a fine fn system systemof 1
of surface urrlc transit transitThe trn transitihe il ili II IIof I I
i The h North and nd West Side Sil transporta transportation Iranpr Iranprlion ¬
will be h rehabilitated said saidMr saulilr hl
lion f utefli y < tem i rhhilahi I
Mr Ir Harlan larlan yesterday lr l and 111 this will wi mean meanugreat mpanu meaniugreat
ugreat u deal toward lowari the 1h growth Irwlh anti de development d dovelnpmetit < ¬ II IIIollmnt
velopment of those Iho part 1r of the Ib city cityHowever cityhowever I
However the Ih tracks trck of the Ih old III Consoli Consolidated 10nll onsohluiated ¬
dated JOr linen will il have hn lo he h replaced JIfd as asthey asthi 1 I ItlP
they cc thi are ln not 10t strong Mtronl enough fou h to carry carr the thenew th thenew I
new tlP n cars used by Iv the Ih Chicago lhlca o Railways lUilwaysCompany Ha Railwaystompny av avtmpa
er ut
Company which I think are a even n heavier heavierthan h heavierthan pr I
Ilh1 than thos Ih used on the th Madison fadi1 ivenue ivenueline tvuniiutin I
line tin here hereThere here1Iwru
I I111rp
There is I It u man min from a ilitint h nl part of ofthi otIhi ofItik
thi country unlt al the Ih Waldorf wh h > attended attendedthe
the Ih lit Ilot last t perforiname given of it r Puccinis PuccinisKanciulla PucinianIII PuccinisVaneltilla
Kanciulla del Wo p4t < t and yesterday he hewas h hW3 towa
was full of it itI ilI itI
W3 I dont rll care what von say its It a mighty mightygood milhlY mightygntud
good piny flI he I Ii xaiil 1i1 Why wh the Ih niu IUI IUIdonl mmiutic mmiuticilont io ioliont I
liont jooc fMill it i at all allI al I II
I have h born ln at Mveral ral first Ir1 nisht nishtsaid nhhtaid nlghtssaul
said a I man Iln at 01 the I IMmont yesterday yesterdayand
and alll I have noticed one on or two I socilled socilledraps socaIlediaps
raps ap a as big hi as l bonnet 1lnl on 01 womens womenshead 10mpl 10mplI womenshetl
head I have ha often wondered wOHIrl why some somebody Im Imhoe sonichiody ¬
body hoe did not object In thorn thcm they Ihl are Ilr so soobstructive eniihit o ohrudh
obstructive iihit hrudh riot lye to a vlw of the th I he stage I Hut HutlaM 1 hutPast lt ltli
laM night li hl I had an experience xlrifnc or rather rathermy rl nattierray hr hri
i my wife had that Ihlt showed me m how ho disa disagrreible dia1rI diitaRrreihJIe
grreible women 10mn can bn h when there is isno i IsIto
no 10 1rI real tP1 reason It at also lo o showed hor how ho a re resourceful rp rplurcrul noourceful ¬
sourceful lurcrul woman could cllo revenge tn herself herwlfMy herselfMv
My h wife wi wore in her halt hall a 1 small smallwreath smallwreath mal malr
wreath r i h at the I h side d of which a itroatlir mail mailfeather mnl
feather ral hr wan wn fastened The Th whole hol thIng thliiKwas I thIngas hll I Iwn
was as t ery 0 ry small mnl and as 1 my m wife doen d not notwear no notesar i iwar
wear a I lot nt of hair that is not 10t her hlr own ownshe onh ownthe
she h did d1 not obstruct ohI nl any a tLfl more lor of the theslut I th thuttigc hI hIIII
slut uttigc III than Ihll would wOlld the Ih head of the Ih average averagewoman arlJ arlJwomn averagesoman
woman Behind Iphin1 us u wit It two women womenOne wOIn womenDii 1 1OIl 1
One OIl Dii of Ir them i leaned 1ln1 forward and asked askedmy itskdiiy uko ukoIV
my IV wife ir to Ink off o her hat My h wife wifereplied wiu witeplied I
replied rlplP that tlnl she II was not wearing 4rllB a hut hutWell hit hatWall
I It
Well take Inl it t off or whatever I It is jom jnl1 joiniI joiniIho fl flthe
t the h ho woman woral I ant see tie P Mr M 1 wife wifedeclined wi witJorlinsi
I declined d linI and < > nil I thi hi h < woman back of fr her herthreatened herhiteatcimtii I III
II threatened hrtCIf1 lo call 01 an usher Then mv mvwife 1 myemfi
I wife with much nl trouble I rOi hi look 1001 out 1 the thenumerous I h hItunrou he heulilnerOUt
numerous Itunrou hairpin halrpil with which wh eh the Ih wreath wreathand wr11 wneai hi hitnil
the h feather her war fastened on
and tPI fllnJ 01 mussing mussingher mUIJ I
her icr hair all al up in II the I h prorcnx Irt I tried triedto I incho r1
to o condone Condone with wir If her but she h fin thinking thinkingSuddenly I thinking4tiddenly hllkli
Suddenly 111nl she Mh Maid thl John Iohl hand rue rueyour Ili Ilii nipfour
i your four fur coat Cl She Sh h took rok it and rolled rolledit rol I 1 1I
it I over and over into n bundle then thii ti arose aroeoand arfl arflI aroseo4
I and I o4 put it in her sent fl and n sat ujvon UpOI it itHer IIIr itlien
anf Her Ir head h and ml shoulders MhnulI1 cam eight ht or orten orI orn
ten I n inches inch higher hr than I hal they I h had been beenbefore tiiittwforo
before and all mui if that Ihll woman womal in I he Ih back backsaw hark hacklaw
saw al anything of II the Ih play I cloui cOI1 know knowwhit kio kioII knowshut I
whit II t it was wasIt w wI wasit I
It I i II no wonder onrr people lplp lose 10 valuablf vluall vlualland valualdramd s sand
I and never get I them I hpl back haCk said NII an ni ob observant 01 01Mrvant ohtptw3flt ¬
servant hotel hol1 rl uIrii Iri rt < yesterday The Thetrouble Th ThCubl Thoroiibl
trouble Cubl is when a P lung hUI is i found rO111 without withoutniich wilhou wit ltnut ltnutiuichm
i niich 1lch effort forl on ni their I part f r t they th teldom teldomuiv ItIOrn ItIOrntiv
uiv Ii < > a reward rpwanl that 111 iiixpirex lpa anybody anbo to tobe 10Ill to1e
Ill be 1e honest honetOur hfD1 hfD1Our honestoUr
Our hoU bCI < cee do < eCiuvi t tive found rounl n 1 aad purse pursewith Iur IurI
with wil h valuable vahlbl ontent onl int 1 the I h other 01 t h her day dayand darnnl tlacttitk
I and nnl made ever P effort roM to I o find tn the I h lit 0 owrur owrurovii nrve9 nr nrI
ovii II advoriMini ad il hong This Til Ilim atlrutcil al ati nII1 ranietj the theattention th thIUltOI lieI
I attention IUltOI I 1511 tOil of he h votnnn wlnn who hail droppd droppdthe roJp1 roJp1I
the h he pocUefhoorf IJJ pOCiir 11 loins o hear our Olr front I roC door doorin ijoruntil Ior
I in 111 until I nhf uhi 11 hurried ditxvn 1wl her IIr proved frnol her herproperty hrIrolny herprojattY
property and 11 < i0 01 o i II VUmi Vu hal do qjt 1101 vou ouj think thinknh I hiiikhi
nh Irolny hi > Kent nl the I h he d I n wi tve v A 1011 njliH inrt inrtof lull lullof
of thanks thanksThen I thanksllmrm hankh
Then h thnre tb the re vra a troinin nrll a lio h not notlotiR tn routitig
lotiR itig ain left two r W4 n llllnoiid lno1 rui rmgis 10 s nil ni t h hedRO hdl lii liidge
edRO Ioll dl of o tin1 III I hm wath Wvh tii hisiii iii I in i he h ltvnrorv ltvnrorvanil livanrstOil u uI
I tOil 1 went 11 out II and IUII forgot ilum I tr Th ThrinM Ihiinge h hrinRs >
rinRs could no n hive h io n it i l itiin I hill II iv 0 0fr i inr uor
fr nr the 11 t he < i wo 1 Tile Th nornaii 011 WI wane n KO 0 grill gniiflil grilliii rlI rlIful
flil iii wh lhl n se she hn rui 111 l back la ilovii it ittoil htn htnnd 1r 1rld
nd ld found rounrll > h > inail biiil h11 turned the t he r rI rungs rungsff0 > n2s n2sInto
I Into the th office om M I tin I h arvi tn > turn I il irmi all al nlie nliegave iIm iImfive I II
I gave jt five th I h ha > t innid IRid a es > a I S bill billnrnnder tjjII il ilr
r wonder dr how I inti Ilwh tuttiel < li 1111113 Ila mu noiion noiiongoverns ii II1 II110rl I Ott Ottnventi
10rl governs nventi soul persons prnl r n t44 tt > remarked remarkedII rlark1 rlark1vlilor nmmmarklvisitor
II visitor at the I > tt l 1gm l ni I isieniy I For Fora or orn
n Ctiristnia 4 hr tma piervn I nnt to a youiij youiijwoman YflJ ysuuitiloman
womaJ woman of my a alllir1 ahIairt iunirit 1 Itfe > ii < e on In of the themost r I I10t hi hiitout
10t most elaborate e sjrtief eh iaffn D I could rlld find findIt fn1 fn1II
It I was WI such a beautiful haulfll hanoi i fii I thing IhllY t h mug thai r I did didnot eld eldnot ni iii iiilot
not put Irtum > rfume in r I for some women womenprefer womeniror omnprrrr
prefer iror r to use 1 emu A rroii < < Uind cnd all ni lh II time timennd 1m 1manc ftflu ftflund
nnd nd I though I houoh I would oul < leave Iav lc ttvq if I to thn thnrecipient I h hiecipivnit
I anc rp recipient rlpnt to r Ii 0 pu pU PtiP > her own particular foular s sachet sachettowder rhet rhetnowder hlI
nowder < in I rite I h iiui < tw You Y ni may ray imagin imaginJ mrnagfnswas
InaJn InaJnI
J was 1 somewhat 1mh unaz1 itnne < l fo 0 read this thisin thin thi
I I in n her enthusiastic nl letter IPr of thank thanksIts thankI thankits
I room rom Its rll perfume JrrUm has pervaded Jraf the whole wholeroom wholt wholeoem
r rlaolt
mru i it I i r 11 cev iw T TI TilIUhIT TilIUhITlisborsil VI 11 IIT IITPr T
laolt lisborsil Pr prallan re nUen Thai lUtlt ltt Ita R HIae heel heeliade n nIU
IU Iae let Ilt N Peeln tns U te the > New TI Ysr T r In Inireitt I Ifrtt 3 3reat
frtt ireitt preparations prratlol have l boui > oen mails m < lr lrmany I hi himany
many m of the th hot hotelit U and Id rtaunuita rebur t tc tctikc totAkf ii iitake
take tAkf earn en cf tr the th throng throl that tipsctA tc tceat ii iieat
eat at and ad drink the th New w Year In tonight tonightand tonlcb tonIghtand
and lUd from the th numh r of reservation auo that thatJv tinthave nut nuthave
have Jv been mode ma It I appears aps that the theh wl wlbe witbe
be h mom mor food rooc eaten t more mot champj champagnudrunk champagne champagnedrunk
drunk drnk and morn mo money e spent t tonlghl tonlghlIn tonigt tonigtI
In I New York Yor than thl him on o x any a previous prYloW occa occasion O occasian ¬
sion Io when ht Father Knickerbocker linlckrbor andth andthi ad and thu thutranger h hlrMAr <
within his made uptheii uptheiiminds uptheintinda their theirmind
i > t ranger lrMAr gates att me up
minds to celebratn celebratnAt
At practically prlely nil Al hotels hotlt provision prllo hju hjubeen b bahochi
been 11 made maderoflpprtholgb madeforsuppiurthoimgh for supper though themanac thmM themanagreallra i ireallra
reallra 10 that there th are B some 80le centre e < tn toward towardwhich towar towarI towariwhichi
which the th crowd is I trying tri to tC Oock Co ocic The Therare Thentt Thenare
are ntt > th the < regular r ulrMUPJr supper plocttitnlong 11 plaiteo lol tilong Broad Broadway Br firoadwily ¬
way of coursnand cUnId to these tl since inCwte lout yea 7901hhvt yeahay
i hay hi > been 1 added ade th hires new n rrataurants rrataurantsIn Italrate ItalrateIn
In some m of therio the the tables tbl cannot rno t be > o had Id for foilove folove
love 10 or money lo though tbollb it is II gossip JOlp In the theneighborhood th thnilhbohod thinighhorhood
neighborhood nilhbohod of Fortysecond Forty sPc street thai thaipersons tht thtp1 tintpersons
persons p1 who have havl found foud ticket tcet speculating speculatingprofitable spoculatintprofitable pul J
profitable havx ha qfn oto in i for speculating speculatingIn 1lltlnA
In Mippnr lP P f tables thl 1C1 in one o or two of the therestaurants tht thturatl thurvsatirants
restaurants uratl that tat have absolutely retuiscto refused refusedto rtrlto rtrltotn
to consider tllldr eonslderany any alY more lor applications applicationsAt appliatio appliatioAt
At the th new n w Hotel 10lel Hector Iptor where he you youhavn youhave OIJ OIJhav
have paid 4ll your ten dollars collt a 1 cover cOfr for foryour roryour foiyour
your tablo tI1lo Jld In nilvancti ndvlc the th name goinc goinctoward Ioin Iointowa1 goinjtoward
toward defraying drrrl thn th cost of r dinner and andsupper ant antsupper 11 11lpJr
supper both IKth it is I said Id that tlt 2000 tut tutror rsuquetufor requests requestsfor
for lpJr seats nll have hn been h turned tum down dow because becausethere b hecatisithere < al
there thtt was no room rom left Th The Astor tor and andthn ant antthe c
the th Knickerbocker hays ha mad the usual usualprovision uualfroI usua usuaprovision
provision froI lnlcrhkr lo for supper parties pl The Plaza Plazamanagement Pl Plaztmanagamcot
management mlU mmt says YM it has I reserved r ovnr ovnryn owetlut
1 lut yn placen plac up to date The T HiUCarlton HiUCarltonrestaurant ItzCarlto ItzCarltorIumnt ltitzCarltaanestaiirant
restaurant is I honked hoo1 I up lp hut hit th this grill grillroom ari grillroom
room rnm is I still ti hooking bil In most mOt mo t of the big hiarestaurants bigIaumnt hiirestaurants
restaurants Iaumnt there hr Is I a IS sot t supper supperIt IIJr and andIt Id IdIt
It Is I understood udto that thl win Is 1110 to h t be bought boughtTli houjbt ltoimghtlhie
Tli lhie WaldorfAstoria has h mad madeviint J pro provision > r ¬
vision IIn for Sooo 5X suppers MIIP and Id ijverything ijverythingIs trhlnJ
Is I rt I U I carte ar Ten T > l dining Jnii rooms romA will 1 be begoing I Iolnl 1wgoing
going olnl 1 and Id nine nln orchestra orlll will i bn I busy busyin hUMYII
in II various uiou parts of the th housn houS In many manyof
of the Ih places rlll paAa pr0 where whr n fixed xr price pri will wi Im ImchnrRe 11 11lhlrl hechnrgaI
chnrRe lhlrl < l they th lies have ha gone io to o great rat pains painsto pi
to obtain handsomo h souvenirs 011 and ad in insome inon
some on CIIMM the th como have hl been 10 Imported Imor ImportedIt l lIt
It was estimated tiIAI1 yesterday hy ono onowho O onewho
who ho is I familiar with th the upper tradn tradnthat tradIhat trauiethat
rAiar Ippr
that thn Ih New S Years Ya celebration chrlio of ofsome orIm ofs000
in inYork New NewYork Nework
some Im ISnw or mwxi persons
York ork will t100 cost COt anywhere lylr from 11000 11000to 3100Dm 3100Dmto tOOw tOOwto
to JTOOotw 00DK 000 i and this thi takes Ik no account acolnt of ofwhat oCwhat ofwhat
what the th other ane celebrators will wi spend spendii nd
ii 110 11011 wv i xifJiTiiM iiiIii 01 IrI i N r THE Til CIEIHT CIEIHTNa fIHT ItLDf I Iula I IHa
Na > They Thlrt The rc Retnnii Rpulht ftespntistiie < lhle for Itallot nalol ai Par Part liar liartenth r rterlns
terlns t tenth rl nl Clutinup ClutinupWEst le 1nuI nup nupWKHT
WEst TSION l IS Ohio Deo Dt D Ui I The Thewomen Th Thnmn Thtewomen
women of tlilj town today tdy claimed cLlmt1 credit creilitfor clt cltror creditfor
for the Ih cleaning cAninl up of Adams county clnt In Inwhich Itiwhich Inwhlrh
which over Or a thousand tholnd of Its II voters otrr have havnIwen ha hahn havebeen
been indicted InditNlb by rt n special Grand mne Jury Jit for forbartering rorburtrnj forbartering
bartering burtrnj their ballots hnlot at lt the last IIt election electionThe electionThiowomemi 1tionTh
The Th Thiowomemi women worII of o Went Union llfon nnd Ind nndthe the Ihp sur surrounding Alr AlrrOIlinl sutrrounding ¬
rounding rOIlinl country untr am nr indignant Indllnmt over the thoreport Iherpor thereport
report rpor spread ad broadcast brodct that lht they were wereresponsible 1 1rJolllbl wersresponsible
responsible rJolllbl for the Ihf corruption Mrnlpton of ff their theirhusluinds tllr tllrblbnn theirhnaubatdu
husluinds blbnn < Ihnt they th urged Ira1 them to lake tnkumoney lk lkInonny lakeIlioney
money for votes 01 so f they might mllht buy bu them themthe IhmI thetathe
the I h jIttery llr of city cty folk Mrs Ir NVttio NVttioIlummer S NcttitPliarnmor ti tiIlutmr
Ilummer Ilutmr said saidThe MaidThe ld
The Th women protested prtNt against IAlrt the nit car corruption cr carrupttuin ¬
ruption tptun of r Adams county clnty long before bfor the themen th thrn thettcn
men rn M aw anything wrong rn in vote ot buying buyingor
or wiling lin We urged urgl our oIr htu hlb30d hustjatut bands to todo tetie
do something otpthln Things ThfnJ got Iot to t be so car corrupt cr carrui ¬
rupt flt rui tlmt no woman 091 who ho had hd any control controlover cntrl cntrlhr conlrurver
over her husband hUlhal1 would wOlld allow nloW him to toenter tontr tcpnt
enter pnt ° r politic politicJudge puIUI puIUIJull Olitl OlitlJiidg
Judge Jull Illair air today locly announced annOI nC Ihn Ihntotal Ib Iblotal thstotal
total number numt1r indicted indlcll for selling lnl vote voteas votHIU
as IU Ii loTI IIT tITl Thn 1h County Clerk Cltrk says IY8 the thentnnl thenlmlr therutioher
ntnnl nlmlr rutioher > er is I llV It Unofficial UnoOcnl counts cunll makehi make makuthe makIh
the Ih hi number numlr 108 108Billy I I1ly iOhilly
Billy 1ly Sunday Sumly the evangelist eVlctlilt la If coming cominginto comlnInt comlninto
into Int the Ih purchasable vote VOI zone on New NewYear Nesuears e
Year ears ar Day and will wi for rlr MX o l weeks lA lam laml lamIut lamuast I
l Iut t the th corrupter crmt and ulI I th the corrupted corruptedHe
lie speak l1 tlIk > at Portsmouth and Adanimiounty Adams Adamscounty dam I Icmnty
county folk have ha declared that Scioto Sciotocounty Meiniaciumnty I I11I1
county 11I1 In which Portsmouth lies as well wellns
ns a several ral other surrounding counties countiesIt counllI
It 4 as a corrupt as II Adams darn Adams county countyhas CQllntyhII countythin
has thin > found confession good or the soul soulanil fOOuland soultnui
and large lar crowds of If Adams darn county men menund mnImd uteriintl
und women lire IIr preparing to make pit pilgrimages pitcrinaf p11rimnages ¬
grimages to the Ih church where hI the former formerUiwhall formerlJ111iI1I formerwisthall
Uiwhall player will expound tin Gospel Gospelin
in n his hi original way wayIt
It is ilxloclllhal expected that Billy Sunday will IIlIot IIlIot1I not notneglect nottegleet
neglect 1I oet a golden opportunity to air his hitsi hisviews hi hiitW04
views i ws of men who sell II their Ih birthrights birthrightsThe I
The Th story lory of Kau and Jacob is i tu one of ofSunday Of4umiiiayt I IHUIIlaY04
Sunday favorite text textAdams tetadamti
Adams 11111I < county last week was indif indifferent indifrrllt 1011ereitt ¬
ferent It I I is beginning h he Innirla now to feel feelaffliamed ftelish4mssl 1 1ll I
affliamed ll < lm > 1 of itself It Adams la < m county county has hasap Iu IuapIrpcl hintippaereti
apIrpcl ap earrd in the Ih newspapers fptnl of the th United UnitedSlates tl IYnitesihates nil I 1 1Slilt
Slilt Slates hates during the Ut week more often oftenIhitn flfI1IIIIfUi trtetithiami
Ihitn any mv other place in the th country out outHide oUI1I1p outtide
Hide of orsw New York ork Its leading citizens citizensure clllznI
ire r rushing to lok ask that the th outride world worldbe
be t IP charitable Lucien Fenton former formnrCongressman formerungrosmaii ormer ormeronlrmall
Congressman is foreman of o the special spvcialGrand specialnini pcu1Ornnd
Grand Jury made up of the fifteen moHt moHthonest mtI rnostitutit
I honest men in the county counl whom Judge JudgeBlair Jllde1I1ir 1udgelliir
Blair picked to clean things up upAduns impkdamns I In
Aduns n county COlIn he h said may mllv have havebeen hlvh11 havesin
been sin hown up but it is I Ii leading Boling all other othercounties otherotttitloi
counties in hou tiouwcleaning < II1lnl Then Th are arecounties lit litCflllllll areOuiiitl04
counties nil around us that am U just as asbad a aI assi
bad si What other county rount In the t h htate is isdoing isloitig 1Mdoillt
I doing fo to 0 much to redeem itself Adams Adamsix Adamsoumnty
ix iinty > ml i 4 nt heart honest It is i a moral moraloiinly momllIlIly moraliulnty
oiinly It is i a clean county COIUlt It has hasrealized hurrnll71 hasanlIzrsl
realized its il faults and is i improving improvingeverybody improvilllI ImprovingEverybody
everybody is I glad Iad over whit hi h hap happened hapII hapwttchl ¬
I II pened even n the Ih men who ho hive h been 11 di difn ilis ilisnamiehiswi h hrrRnhi1
rrRnhi1 fn iichi ed and fined They express their theirjov theirfly
the Ih Judge IIIC xl They fIyI Theyfei lucyfel
jov 0 fly over Ir the th cleanup Ia 011 I to 11
fei fel better after confessing rt1l1f n and are or thank thankful Ihallkrul t hautkiii ¬
ful to Judge 1110 Blair lU r for doing loin < what he h has Imsilone h hdon hasluue
I don Thomas Shoemaker a promi prominent prottultent rami ramiInl ¬
tent farmer said I am very t much muchobliged milchhlit1 muchthulgiul
obliged lo you 011 JiidRe Jucl He II hail cot fcl fclfor So SoI s sor
I for or his hi vote 11 uut He I was disfranchised disfranchisedIm <
I Im clad la1 you you ou caught ulCht me m I have h eight eightlittle eightittle Ighllitll
little lioysal 1 hnys 01 al home and nd I want lo raise raisethem rui ruii raisehommi
i I them riRlit he h continued continuedSea
The Sea NeaCoers NeaCoersSailing C oer oerSailing ot ot1i1inll
I Sailing odav 101 by tim Ih American liner linerSt l lllr lllrSI
St it Lous I for or Plymouth Cherbourg and andSMilhampton anlSttll1hampton ansIkuutiliamplon
SMilhampton SMilhamptonT
T r l It AlUrlcb Mr 11 and Mrs Ir W J 1 Piisnn PiisnnK
I K I Ixixell I II Mr r and Mr Ir 1 C i Mniillon MniillonMr
Mr 1 MnlJi 110 Me NtentAtoo enStnne lnn Mr and Mr Mrr
1 r ttmlber IIr Stem SI lieorce Vllliini Weeilen tlpatritnil Weeilenami WPCI WPCIIIn1
ami Mr II anil iiui Mrs 1 William Phil Wood Woodi Woohy Siitutllsngcrs
lsngcrs i < enKer > by the Ih Italian Line steam steamship MnlllMhi Stutattihtiju ¬
Mhi ship Aiuirlca Aiiu rica oa today for or the Medi Mediterranean1 tdlt Ittlhrramutti ¬
t terranean1 terranean1Mr rranilllt
Mr tr anti IIn Mr 11 Altiert Aslirnn Cap 1 Kmlllo KmllloInuevs Emilituuva
t Inuevs < iii l 1 Morgan SIIIr < an the Rev ltC losejih losejihTarislw IelhIII Io eptt epttIarciui
Tarislw l III r W i A Weed sml 11 W K Furlier FurlierAUunl tlultrI ItimIerktxanul
I AUunl tutu Ih Itoyal M Mall I il liner Trent for forMr forI forlermmi
lIrlll UtIli UtIliI tat lit litMr
Mr 1 anti Mrs Ir C t A Whlttier Mr and MrJniien Mr Mrst Ir
I Jniien 1 t uttu K t I litrrnnre rmnp Mrs Ir lrs lolui Iu I t t < Trk lr TrkI pk pkMr
Mr r mil Mr 1 > lleiiry S himfurU fnI Mr Ir art artIre and andMf
I Mf 1 Ire > K K h i 1uruiTil utd WIIII Vllllini 1m > 1 l IwetI eil 1 mill millI situ d dI
I I 1 M 4 lldrlilKe lldrlilKellltle lldrklgelittle I IIIIU
llltle Ulrl llsillr Hurt by Auto AutoMyrtle 1110 1110I utlolyrtl
I Myrtle 1rU riinernniii S years ya old III of of7in orII ofli
II 7in li Varrin urrlll Ktrifl PI Newark was all knocked knockedilown knockuelown
ilown own by ltyIR in iiutotnobile IlIul1 < hll in front of oflicr ofir I Ih
licr ir homo h 1111 I I night und lid five fi ribs ribsvtete 11 ribsIC I II
I vtete IC fricture < l On Unf it of her lungs was waspuncttirivl wasutinctumrI
puncttirivl Shi < i i u in the Ih City I ity Hospitnl Hospitnlin
I in Ii ii serious rlOl ionditlon ontilt Iuti The TI iiitomobllem a iiitomoblle
m 4 nwneil wn wnql 1 by Hugh 1I h C ibirretl Il4lrTPII1 u lawyer lawyerif
if Pt r in II < ifliiusnti plire III He II unit his hisrhiitffeiir hi hilI hulalii
rhiitffeiir lI lii tmfleiir llriiiun I ii XiRiinerm n of r 44 44travford uc 44rawtord
c travford rarr l mreel It wr went pn n in lh f machine machineriV 11I11 rnnluintey 1 1Thy
Thy tey pickid II fkJ up UI UK hi child < anti took liar hrrto
to 4 the tl Ii honpltnl honpltnlKenatnr hitlli hitllipoInalnr Iuosjultitlenatnr
Kenatnr Wasner n4 Hearties Albany AltianrALPAVT AlhanyALnAS1 AlbanyALJ1AtT
ALPAVT Dew 30 30Monator Sonator nator Robert 3 3Vagner M MWagner I IWln
Wagner reached rea < hed Albany tonight HA HAsaid 118I tieaid
I said that hs h had come co mil up to attend thn thllln thlllnI th in inauguration inuguratlon ¬
I auguration on Monday Iond and the th Inaugura Inauguration InauguraUn ¬
Inn of nfthRnaton the flnnatn on Wednesday Senator SenatorWagnnr SenatorVignsur
W Wagnnr r rfus rrud d to discucs the question questionof
I of Pr the majority leadership in the 8 Seoate enate nau >
TO MIAMI ftORtDA ftORtDAWtth iOR1DAimpeesisid 1011 IDA IDAImpnotlftJI
ImpnotlftJI With Uh Crowtn of tie City nt In Ill IthTra IUtTNt IllTin
TNt Maath AbaI Ab AbUtieeT0tI enc 1I TaBti Ta en ft tile tniMontmuk tilelolltuk tbMoatatik
Montmuk Point Baaab UCabooIIt UCabooIIthtp Huabo6eamaship o Htram Htramhip
hip ManlacMs Futoro la Thlt F Putt Puttfluaty rt rtOustar t tOustv
Oustar II Schwab who gave jta e up bust bustnnw buslnNA bualnoes
nnw suddenly U hat t spring owing to tonuyou tonervous i inerrou
nervous breakdown b kdown and who has ba alnn alnnb alnOftbeen aincabeen
b been n absent abee nt from the numeroua commer commercial oommtlrial commerelal ¬
cial ial and civic activities In which ho hoi hoilong bulong halong
long boon a leading tlgurc arrived lr lrNew In1111I hi hiNow
New 1111I York yeet Ytflterday rday from bU hi country countrjpUoeat countryp1aoe countypIitCSIII
pUoeat p1aoe lit Scarborough N Yand Y and loft dur during durInK duirIn ¬
InK In the afternoon for Miami Flit wh where whereb r rhn
hn b will spend the winter Mr Schwat Schwatoxpecta SchbosptOla Schwalexpects
expects to return to New ew York In thi thispring thllprina thspring
spring and actively resume bid clutiw clutiwaa
aa head of the general neral agency a ncy for the theNorth theorth thuNorth
North German rnln Lloyd Line lne and of an anexporting anportln atexporting
exporting portln house houseMr houNIr house31r
Mr Ir Schwab has been at Scarborough Scarboroughfor
for some time > following a long rest restHe rtlIItII restlie
He II has been n taking kinK an abundance ol olexttrcUe 0 oesereise
exttrcUe 1 < rc 8t haa gained < lIlned weight since las laalupring lutprine lasspring
spring and look very well but his hi ram family ramliT tamIly ¬
ily will not think of hia tackling hm hi buai buaineaa buainNlt business
ness again until he baa be been n away for fora forfull tota
a full year y u In his hi absence from New NewYork SewYork SotYork
York however Mr Schwab has kept UIwith up upwith uplth
with lth what hall been going on and he wyi wyitho saytthsu s sth
tho th only onl way ay for a man to appreciate the thepeed thepHf1 theapisui
peed with Whicb New ew York la I going goingahead solnMahad 10101ahead
ahead I is to tny 1 > away from rom it for or a few fewmonth rlWmonth te temontht
month and then take a look lookI
I do not suppose the Ih average av rat busyman busy busyman bUllYman
man of New Se York ork ever stops top to think how howfont howat howfast
font at the city changed said sal Mr Schwab Schwabyesterday Schabttrd4 Schwaiyesterday
yesterday ttrd4 In the almost ten months monthsI
I have ha been 11 away those who have been beenin bearin n nin
in Now eYI York ork have ba e seen e a the new Penn Pennsylvania Pnnsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania station opened which baa now nowbecome nowh no nobecome
become h > such a matter of course that New NewYorker SewYorkers ew eworktnt
Yorker wonder how they Ihe ever ev r did with without withollt withoult ¬
out it Then > n the Greeley Square station Rtationof
of a the Hudson River tuben f has ha brought broughtthe
the heart of the city nearer Hohoken ard ardmetropolitan ardm ardmetropolItan
metropolitan m New ew Jersey Jel fOY The old Grand GrandCentral OnndCentral GrandLantral
Central Station baa almost completely completelydisappeared compltlydispf cotnpletelylhtsappearod
disappeared dispf Cllreci > The Public Library Iibm has haaadvanced hn hnadvnnccl hasdvanead
advanced a considerable stage toward towardcompletion townrdcolUpletlon towardcompletion
completion and new buildings bulldlnlt have haveKprung hBV8pl1Jng havesprung
sprung up everywhere hotels atticsbuildings office officebuildings omcebll
buildings bll lid I ntll warehouses In fact it takes takesonly taklonly takemionly
only a few months nowadays to milk a aKip aHip aItip
Kip Van an Winkle WinkleI I Ir
I have h been somewhat amu amused ed at the therevival Ih Ihrevial therovival
revival of what hal I should call the th Montauk MontaukPoint MonlaukPoint MontaukPoint
Point bugaboo with Ith which the port of ofNew ofw ohSew
New w York ork has been threatened d before beforenow heCorenow beforenow
now In my opinion It in ii only anI a bugaboo bugabooIt bll Ita boo booIt1II
It It1II will IN M > > some time before people olJe who whocome whircomae ho hocom
come from Europe urope will iII want ant to be to landed landedat landf
at the th eastern end nd of Ix long > ng Inland instead insteadof inlll13dlor
lor of at the port of New w York ork itself I 1notlcA Inotlcf Inotice
notice that the Ih War Department has re refuted rtI reluiee4 ¬
futed to permit some of thin th North River Riverpier ivrpierM Riverpiers
I pier to be lengthened to permit tho thodocking thodocklnlt thedocking
docking of bigger ship shl than those now nowplying nowrlylnp flowplying
plying across the th Atlantic I imagine this thisis thiIs thisIii
is due > to a fear on the Ih part of the tb Depart Department DtopartII4nt Departmont ¬
mont that if it permitted a hundred feet feettobeaddedontoapierinany rPetto feelto
tobeaddedontoapierinany to bt boaddedontoa ndd t on loa plr pienin in an any on one onsiinttanee onsiinttaneethere instance instancethere 0 0thr
there would within a few rt yearn yea b t be a re request 11qUttlt noquest ¬
quest for adding another hundred feet feetan rtMhI feataa
an ships MhI sre gTeW < larger l r1r and tho tb result would wouldbej wOlildLOntinual wouticbe
bej a continual narrowing of the water waterway waterway alprway ¬
way concomitant with llh a lengthening of ofshlpt orship olships
ship until there would not be ua room to toturn 10turn ittuhfli
turn around in inIn InIn in9n
9n In my opinion the speed limit of ships rhipnhas shipshau
has been reached chtd for several years for the thereason therNiltOn thsreason
reason that to get even one knot of in increased increalitd increased ¬
creased speed d requires not only an enormowuly enor enormously tnormouMly ¬
mously increased outlay at th the > art saribut fllrtbut artbut
but means enormous increase Incr in the cost costof COttor coolor
or operation But of 0 course the Ih size sizeof IIizeof sizeof
of ships IH likely Iikl to keep on increasing
The TII North German Lloyd had the idea ideathat IdraIhat ideathat
that a regular service of fast flUltelplMWI flUltelplMWIIlItOam express expresssteamers expresisteamers
IlItOam steamers < with one leaving each side of ofthe ntthl olthe
the Atlantic every every week would lie Ideal Idealand Idenlnd Idealsnci
and nd it has proved so and the publia < nan nanshown h hhown hias hiasshown
shown its appreciation appreciationAt
At t the same time there have hat been beenother l1ftnotlltr lwernthitt
I other ideals which hich have also proved right rightin ri < ht htIltacliCf
in practice ami it is likely there will willcontinue willconlinuf willromtiflu0
continue to be so long ait a the th travelling travellingpublic tralIingpublio travellitigptthlio
public keep growing and different people peoplewill peoplesill plt pltillappro >
will illappro approve different diff < nt prices and different differentkind ditlettnlkind differentduds
kind of accommodation for our slower slowerand slowermd IorMmaller
and smaller boats and the bitt new n W Oeorge OeorgeWashington jeorgeWahington laorgoWashington
Washington do their shore of business businessOf bllnln bllnlnOf
Of course cour the Ih growth of commercial commercialrelations commrcialI commercialrelations
I relations between this thl country and those thoseof Ih IhI
I of KurojH has increased commercial commercialtravel commercialtnan1 commercialravel
travel across the Ih Atlantic for the number numberof
of r buyers and salesmen who ho travel from fromone fromont frotume
side Mid to the Ihother other increase Increasesever
one every year yearbut yearjut ar arblI
but this Ihi is a mere drop in the Ih tticket tticketOtflparad uncket bucktcompnttd uncketcompared
compared to the Ih increase in the number numberof
of f persons who ho travel for pleasure With Within ¬
in n the last twentyfive years Yts Americans Americanshave AnlericlSlIBhav
have avo l IH become com > ecome the th greatest travellers of ofthe ofth ofho
th the world and the records for this year yearshow yearhow r rMho
Mho show that more Americans have travelled travelledUuin travelledhuin YtIItt1 YtIItt1tWm
Uuin ever before > The Mediterranean Mediterraneanrobin
robin alum hin passenger business buin which was wasonce wa waonc waslore
once looked lonk uponas upn a negligiblequantity nagligiblequantltyiau
has iau grown until with every < company en engaged fln1tJIjt1 enraged ¬
raged In it it is i a very important con consideration ronidemlion eonideration ¬
sideration and the trade tradehits haa required dur during durinK durrig ¬
inK rig the Ih lant I few f years 13 the th service of fine finefast tIneact I
fast new n steamships MItamMhl At present Jlrtf tnt < the theoutlook theolulook thenitlosule
outlook is I for or an exceptionally large lar < t cabin cabinpaseenger cabinfIIngr cabinwtutsenger
paseenger business to Europe Furo next year yearnirOlETTO yearflWOLETT0 YtarnlfiOIFTTO
nirOlETTO AT T Till OPERA OPERAIMmllrl nFRlmUrt orjviiiPimltrl
IMmllrl Mmlrnoff Mmtm a Ru Russian ilan Yrnor Makes MakesIlls WakesIlls akN
Ills IX lboC lboCVrel IPobutVerdhs > nat natVerdis
Verdis Vrel Itigoletto was sung un < at theistropolitan the theMetropolitan th thItropolitan
Metropolitan Opera Opc > ra House 1I0u Iml night nightFlio nightTh nighthie
Th Flio hie performance l t rrIU1C wo a one on to arouse arol many manyUestionInRH rnlUlYqutilllllnltfl mnanyjUestiOti1fl5i
UestionInRH in tho ih mind but perhaps it itW IIwr iticr
wr W T wiser to allow them to sink to rest restwithout r rentrithiomut lllwilhuul <
without taking definite shape Hut one oneIhing 011 011I oilshung
I hung ws suggested I so 0 forcibly rorel by the theepfesenialion Hi Hirepresentation Ihrp
rp representation pnlation that sometning umtnin must Its Ixtuiid I IId Itsaid
aid Id about it The Th repetitions rel fOtillon > or the th old oldlyric oldlyric oliyrlc
lyric works used to MIn a purpose to towit tocit
wit that of Riving opportunities to the thelungers IhllinK theuiflgSrfl
I lungers inK skilled in the Ih time honored art artr artor artif
or r > if f bel canto But it could not hn M said saidIn
In 0 extenuation of last nights performance performancethat
I Ithat
I that any such Jch opportunity wai offered offeredWhat offered1tat 1
What the III opera op did wai W1 to reveal a ageneral IIItpnral aeneril
general eneril nnd depressing wont of 0 acquaint acquaintance sestia1nttile ¬
ance tile with ilh the th correct style Mll of delivering deliveringthn
thn th music In thin want the th hi most 1m 1mportAnl I Itoxrtant in inx
portAnl x rtant singer in r of this Ih evening fIIlnJC Mr 11 Atnato Atnatowan Atntowas
wan luiinfully conxpicuous especially especiallyIi
in Ii hix hi delivery of the soliloquy In Act ActII ActII ActII
II Thin hih h he mouthed and declaimed declaimedin
in 0 a manner quite out of keeping with ilh tlie tlieNtylo Ih IhIIlyle tItutyle
Ntylo in which the dramatic lOulw loud inmioWIH
WIH w a 11ncvived Hm Iii singing of the theduet Ih IhllIet timebet
duet with wit h Hilda 1ild was not Ira fr from fromHJmilar rromImilnr frontimilar
HJmilar fault III Impersonation had hadilrnnutic Iwlclranmtlc loutlratiiitlc
ilrnnutic significance significanceLydiu sigiflcaneelyiiiis itruftLanCfIydi
Lydiu Upkowska came over from rolll Roa Roaton HouDli A AtOll
ton Dli to sing little in Ilia a pretty girlish voice voicenot vuiCtnot voicetot
not always III way on 11 the Ih pitch ilch und with some smeiriginual someoriginal un unorilCillal
original und startling bit of r phrasing
Dimitri Smirnoff a new Russian tenor tenormade Iormad tenoriiad
made iiad his hi dehut d ltut a at < the Ih wicked ftultr ftultrMr fukIr 1ukIr
Mr Ir Smirnoff SmirtuotTwaa was OM mild a villain a as any anynno allYntlC atiyunit
unit could wish t to see 1l His III appmroncM appmroncMwo
wo vas much in his favor for he h is certainly certainlygood certainlynxl rlalnlvKontl
good nxl looking His Ii voles oi is I very lightcry light lightvery Iihfver
ver very white und lid last night seemed md to Im Imwithout I Iwllholll Ii Iinlttiomt
without much carrying power pow or re reonance r ronhtnee
MonBn onance He II sang his hi nnuic lIIu lc respectably tuwpecttlIyitit
I but without looking any serioux sari impret imprettion illlltrion itiupresion
ion ion Mr rr tie d S SollIrola urola wits w a i very or de deiwrate d dlfOral lui luiterato
iwrate Xparafurilt After the Ih opera of > rl Alih AlihIavlowa Ii iba ibaaviowa
Iavlowa and Mr MordUine danced and itnidhis andllwt ulldtll
llwt his tottering supremacy of o ftuwiia wax waxreestablished WWttol watueMtahiuisliel
reestablished reestablishedBank ueMtahiuislielflank tol tolHank
Bank Robbed of Itterr I Out enI nl ll Had HadINDIANAPOLIS lIadIxPIANAPOIIJ IfsiIKIIANAPOS1s
INDIANAPOLIS Dec Ift > The Stat HtalIl4nk Miatelank StatBank
Bank of New 11I Palestine fourteen miles tahoeouthesat milesnoutheoat mJlfIIIlIOuthe
lIOuthe noutheoat at of Indianapolis wan w tabloid robbodloat rohhedolgh tabloidsat
loat sat night of W 11I111 10 in cash The door doorof doorof
of If the bank was opened with a skeleton skeletonk kltnnlIathe
k toy y ad the 311 robber seemed to have no notrouMBB not nowojdng
lIathe t trouMBB working rkIDC the combination of the theof thf1IIIf theaf
1IIIf of Tlot ot a penny of o the banks dsposlts dsposltswulelt depo dpoidtarae lta ltaWy
Wy wulelt lett Si
I JMVVCft DI rR TO II IIMtrtlrlMf IIIJlrIIl1J1 flvprJnzrnxfKifUitIaa II IItuIrlaa1UId
MtrtlrlMf tuIrlaa1UId and lid Critic rttiM H IleaOf nor the u CamPtr < empusei empuseiIf nmpo er erMore I
If 1 Ihe IheIsetIgsklMer IheIsetIgsklMerMore ulHOftl kJRllIII kJRllIIII
I More than 200 Ot musician and critics criticsth
th Bohemians and tUolr guosU ILa At Attended 4tended L ¬ I
tended ji a dinner lastnight last nllht ut the th Hotel HotelAjtor IlofrMtor 1101 1101Altor
Ajtor and nd congratulated Irof > rof Kngnl Kngnlbert Englbrt 0 < 111 111b
bert b r llumperdinck on the th success of hit hitlatent hi hiatMt hilatest
latent opera the h Koenlgokliidpr Koenl < lIklndr There Therewere Titerwet fhrWllnt
were wet speeches eJ1O Cb by musicians nnd critic crillcADd criticand criticand
and songs from member of thin th Metro Metropolitan Metropolitan Itropoll ¬
politan poll tan company who tang NU in tho tit famoivi famoivicomposers ramolucomposera f4niowcompeaera
composers opera operaProf operaProl operaProf
Prof llumperdlnck complimented Cf1mpUrrl ntft < 1 tjc tjcMetropolitan 111 111Metropolitan VauMetropolitan
Metropolitan management on th the way wuyhia Ifyhla wayhis
his opera was put on and the singers singerswho IIln slnerswho lrtC t twho
who assisted him In its production liinoted He Henoted > I
noted l ha said Id the great progress in inmusical InJnUIIlenl inmusical
musical linen that has been mad here heresince h heresince i isince
since hU previous visit llvo years ago agoand au agand I Iand
and believed belley that the th time was netr when whentho whenthe I Itbe
the Metropolitan Opera House 1I0u would wouldhe woujitihe
he the metropole of all the opera op > ru houtica houticaof bOIL bOILor e eof > >
of the world worldOna worldOnQ worldOne
One long table in tfce ti centre of th throom Ihroom iiit
room t was reserved for tho Ih KrharnflU KrharnflUSociety SrharartllHoclet SchiarattlaSociety
Society Hoclet and Karl Jorn J rn who although althoughhe lthoulthhe
he did dlc not flffurn In the first production productionof
of the Ih K6nigkinder K hud studinl thn thncore Ih IhtcOre iiiscore
core In English when it Till see UK the Ih purpoce purpoceto purr purrto
to first produce the niecfin Iii piece in n that language laneuimeat
at t at the th head He hit I r and > nd Otto jorlland ioriu ioriuand ioritand
and Albert ltei ibisu were the singers of the theevening th thevening
evening Herman Jadlowker who ho sani sanithe IIInlthe sangthe
the role rol of o the Ih Kings son was unable in inb I IhfI it itbe
b hfI present Besides MId Prof Humperdinck HumperdinckWalter UumpnllnckWaltr hiumpenulimiekVaItcr
Walter Daranvli nrr tlJ1lIe ke for the musicians musiciansand rnullclanand
and Henry Krehbel Henry T Kink KinkDr FInkDr nk nkDr
Dr Max Ifalperson and Dr Morris Iorrl lUau Illaumenfclt lIIaummrllt lUaumrnfdt
menfclt a correspondent Ct rrtt1rondent for Uirman Uirmanpapers GnIl1llIGlrM hrnmanpapers
papers answered < for the III critics Other Otherspeakers Uthr1lIktr Jilterspeakers
speakers were re Baron Ernst von on Wol Wolzogen WolZOitD VoIzogen
zogen and Otto OU Goritr C Ileulxn nul 1I Gold Goldmark Goldmark Goldmark
mark acted aa ioatmaMer zoatmastrAmong ioatmaMerAmong loatmahttrAmon
Among Amon < thotwi at the th dinner were r rranr rranrKneisel FranrKnIieel rl1n7Kntel
Kneisel Karl lorn Arturo To 1ocBfllnl IoscnnitiAhfresi canini caniniAlfred r rAlfreci
Alfred llerfz Walter Damrosvh inolo inoloGalileo 1ioliGalIleo
Galileo Sifmund Herzog Victor Her Herbert liarheri ¬ I IltOrt
bert Kran Damro amrOtich > ch Arnold Volpe VolpeDr 011 011Dr
Dr Joseph Jacoby Nahun Kranko Iiul IiulKoerster Iimloerlllr liulFoenuutsr
Koerster Oil Otto Goritz Albert IteisH IfiuBaron IteisHBaron nI nIBaron
Baron PAul Vletinghorf It iJIlholT J J W Caiutell CaiutellMax CaII3011LX CasseliMtix
Max Thompson Richard Arnold Max MaxSplerlng MaxSpienlng
Splerlng Itaphacl Joseffy and l ltsti ltstiSchultz o oSchulK
Schultz SchulKItlXCK Schultz1tT I Illtn
ItlXCK IT TIll WUITK IHH UIlb ivis ivis1ten SK SKCJKen
CJKen 1ten hy b > Mrs lr n Tuft In Honor ol 0 Her HerDaughter tieriaugtiier I IUaulhtlr
Daughter DaughterWAIIHMOTOV iaugtiierWA9111IQTON j jWAIIJ1
WAIIHMOTOV WAIIJ1 1GTOS < Dec 30 Washington 3Wnhlntonnelety 30Wahingtonsociety Washingtonsociety
society especially the th young folk was waiout wasout I Iout
out In force tonight to attend n ball iiithe III attho IIItho
tho White House Kivea ti by Mrs 1 Taft in inhonor Inbonor Inhonor
honor of her daughter Mis il Taft The TheWhite ThWhite Tbluiis
White luiis house was beautifully decorated decoratedTor
for the th occasion The rh dance took plice plicein Pl PlIn lIi lIiin
in the East lioom and thn hue music wax waxfurnished WilliCllmlshCC1 witsriirnlslmetl
furnished by the Marina Hand HandMrs 1I1ndI landMrs
Mrs I Taft wor wo a gown of ofl pink > ink satin satinchiffon ssilnehilifon I
chiffon with trimmings of lace nnd em embroidery ttnhroid imnlC0idtt7 ¬
hroid broidery ry and Miss Taft who ho stood beside besideher besideher
her mother WM in pale Htun chiffon cloth clothover cIthover clothover r
over pain blue satin trimmed with ilh gar garland tarlallch garIntuit ¬
land of tiny Un pink J1 nk rosebud rOtW hudll The Th guests guiwtswere guestsWere 1Itll 1Itllwtre
were asked for to It oclock and general generaldancing generaldancing 1 1dancing
dancing was wn the th orderwlth no cotillon cotillonA II
A buffet supper was 10 served at midnight midnightin
in the Ih stain dining dinin room Among rnolll the theguests liltJUlaltA lii liigtbethi
guests were the Ih VicePresident and nd Mrs MrsMiemian Mrsdiernian I Ishmlan
Miemian and their sons Richard anditherrill and andHherrill Bndhrrlll
Hherrill Sherman n and their wiveit 11 I i Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irnnd
and Mrf Mr Ir Brewer all of Utica thigh IIII b KIHIT KIHITand 1i1IXand Knorand
and lila hi cousin Mi Miss ti M heater Singer Sin rr of ofIittabiirg orlIUbllrg oflittsburg
Iittabiirg son and niece of the th Secretary Secretaryof I Iof
of State the Ih Secretary t ry of the Navy avy anil anilMrs unilI sttitlMrs
I Mrs I Meyer the lh Misses ti Meyer Iy < r and their theirhouse thirhouo theirhouse
house Kumts Miss liM Alice Iice Ames Am und 3htcs 3htcsIillinn Mi MiLillian III
Lillian Sears 111 both of Boston Mr tr Cutler CutlerMr CutlerMr ullrIr
Mr Ir Jacques and andlr Mr Harding of Ihxton IhxtonMr liostouiMr
Mr Ir Cutting and Mr Ir Beau of New York Yorkthe Vorklit I It
I the t h lit AttorneyGeneral and Mrs Wicker Wickersham Vickorsham
sham and their r soninlaw and daughter dauchterMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Mr 1 Albert Akin the Ih Secretary Secretaryof werellrvlor
lor of the Treasury and Mrs MaoYeagh Iacp h anti antitheir nndtheir
their son James Jam MacVeagh and their theirhouse ttllirhoWle hiirhouse I
I house guest Mrs Wirt Dexter Poet Iowtmastertieneral PoetmasterGeneral 0101 0101I
mastertieneral Hitchcock the Ih > Secre Secretary SPcrlal Secrutary ¬
I tary of the Ih Interior and Mr Irc llallincur llallincurthe nnll n 4r 4rth
the th Secretary of Commerce and Itbor Itborand 11orand liborand
and Mr I Nagel a 1 Miss J1I11lIilct Hild llildeganl > gard Nagel ami amiMrs antiMrs
Mrs 11 Nagels niece ni and house guests tinMisses the theMisses Ih IhI
Misses Ii Shepley of Boston Ho ton the th Secretary Secretaryof sClalor
I of Agriculture an and < l his hi son Jasper Wil Wilson WIIMnn Vilson ¬
son Mis4Kthel Misu li fth1 the1 Roosevelt UOOI < It the White WhiteHouse WhlloIIIOIIM huit huitHouse
House debutante d blllanl or two years Yto ago and anilher amih4r andtier
IIIOIIM her brother Hermit Hoosevelt who are areguests IU IUgulfll arguests
guests of ortheir their brotherinlaw and MMer MMeriiepreventative iutterItopneicatative Ir IrIIppn
iiepreventative IIppn UnlItht > > and Mrs 1 Longworth Longwontburountesu LongworthCountess lon orth orthCounl
Countess Counl Alexandria A lexauid na Von on HeniHtorff HeniHtorffdaughter JmlorfTdlluhtr tieniuitnnTiaughder
daughter of the German Ambassador AmbassadorDonna AmhassuiorPonna mh dor dorDenna
Donna Beatrice Cunani Cuo anl < Confalonieri Confalonieridaughter Confalolllpridaughtr ConfalonieniJaughter
daughter of o the Italian Ainhatwutor Ainhatwutormany
many of the bachelors of the Ih diplomatic diplomaticcorps liplotntttioorpo
corps and the young married people peopleJr itconlnof 1 1or
of the same m circle Mrs I Townsend Town Mrsleiter Mrs MrsI 1
I eiter Mr Ir and Mrs I Joseph Lejter Minx MinxDorothy 311ccPorothy II IIOorothy
Dorothy Williams ilJim Miss Mi Yvonne Town Townsend TownIIftJd Inwntend
send Mr Ir and Mrs 111 Peter Goelet Gerry Gerryof lorryit I Ior
of New York Miss Ii Dorothy Gardner GardnerWilliams illnh illnhWilliam lanlmierWilliam
William Miiw 11 Hinkley Miss Ii Britton BrittonMiw IIrltlonJi BnittotiIlls
Ills Ji > Krocstad Kro t41d and Miss Whiting WhitingTitMKX Whitingritznv hilln hillnTIl
TitMKX TIl MEMORIAL I A 4 It 1 1tunleipSI SITE SITEManlelpal tiT tiTIQnlIlIalrt
Manlelpal IQnlIlIalrt Art Comml Commission lon I9liapprnr or orUoth or110th
Beth MBiiUansiqtiireTooOandrtl MBiiUansiqtiireTooOandrtlTlie lacllonl MadlsonsiquareToo quartTootrodP1lTIle rowuirul rowuirulflue I
TIle Municipal An rt omniinsion hat hatdisapproved ha hadlaapJlrovecJ Itouilsapproved
disapproved of the th dtttign d i and site Mil chosen chosenby C II IIby
by iy tho Tilden meiuorial committee for fortho forha
I tho statue of o Samuel J 1 Tilden it desired desiredto i
to 0 present to the city TIle architects architectsof
of the Ih design are Wilder V t White hllll of ofIM ofr4
IM l r4 tII Fifth avenue and the I h sculptor of the thefigure I theigure h hljure I
figure i III William Ordwiy Partridge PartridgeIt Pan rid ridIt
It was proposed to place the iii Tilden Tildenmemorial Tildeminemnorial I Imemorial
memorial on 30 by b 30 feet f of ground groundfacing JrollndfaclnJ groundacing
facing Fifth llh avenue about half way waybetween WII WIIIwt wayttweami
Iwt between 11 the I h lie Seward and Farrngut urrnlOlt me memorials m mmorlal mnumionials ¬
morials on th west Pllt side of Madison MadisonSquare Mutlisokitmare
8 Square llIl1r Thin would have brought it itabout Itl1bollt itibout
about even with Twentyfourth lwetivfourthi Mreet Mreetnil straticiii IrtI
I nil a little Jill I south fIOUI h of the I h orth ort h monument monumenton
on I he h ol her side tlld of t he h HI reel 111I ruelThis I ITh I
I Th ThO Municipal Art tomini I olllrnilon Hioni sub subcommittee uuthuamtnuttea lIhrommill
committee which rh rejected the Ih offer waul waulmade waslnode 11 I Imad
made up U of Herbert ert > Adonis 111111 the Ih sulpturhiarien sculptor i iLliorl
Lliorl hiarien II ItiiMtell and Holxrt t tForl T de deForest diUrest I
Forest Urest It prewvnte l this Ihi rewolution rewolutionThat rusolutionThat
That the art commission hereby hierpb dih dihap cli clipprov fjcipproves
ap ipproves pprov > roves of the I be de ti11 i ii and locution IOt ntJolI of ofthe ofhe C CIh
Ih the Tilden monument on the went sid id of ofFifth orifl ofifth
Fifth ifl h avemn avemnAssistant nv nvAIlanl avenuiuAssistant
Assistant Secretary rllUJ John Quincy Adorn Adornof Adanisif
of if this Ih commission said thai thin ih sub subcommittee subomtnlttetu lIh lIhcommlu ¬
committee did not mean to criticise the theartistic Ih Ihartilllic theirtistic
artistic qualities of the Ih monument and andthat I Ithat I Ihat
that no reflection rtlfOd iOIl upon arcliittvts or orsculptor I IIltCUlPror I Itculptor
sculptor was intended but that the thecommiooion III IIILomrniion thisomiunissioa
IltCUlPror commiooion believe 1IiYtClhI t hat thereureeinnugh thereureeinnughmonuments t htri hr inoughi inoughinonUmcmitui
monuments in that purt urt > of Mudion Mailhjmutquart MudionSquare 11OiJIISquar
Square SquareThe SquarTh tquartlhe I
The Th reason the I thu h committee di diapproved cllapJlrovPlI dis disiprovchi
approved said IIld11lr Mr Adamslo Adam I that I thert thertare 11111lire t tier tierIre
are already three monuments in close clowproximity closerotitnlty i iJlrodmlly
proximity William H Seward at the thesouthwest 111tIIIOUlhw1 mh mhiouthwut
southwest corner Admiral FitrrnKUt FitrrnKUtthe Flrr ul a ath ahi
th the hi northwest nrund corner and Iloscow Conk Inntill Inntillal nnilutug nnilutugIt itiK itiKat
at It thtf I hot MOiitliea OIOul ht t corner r a to well I as 10 the theWorth I h hWorth tmPortli
Worth monument opiKjwIte 1JIOtIIllm the park parkThe parkrite f fTh
The Th commission comm tioll disapproved the Idea Ideawithout IdpnwUhout ideaslthotit
without prejudice lo thn Ih I design The Thereje ThOrJ1Ion Iii IiiCJtSiiOfl
reje rJ1Ion tlon of design ifn was included in lh lhrejection I ittejection h hrp
rejection rp jlCllf1n of the I h general ulaii ulaiiThe 1llOnTh idatiThe
The Th urchltectH said that I they would wouldhave woithhmayo ul1 ul1hav
have mayo something to It nay MI1 on th subject subjectn ullj1lilll
n I little lilt Ia later They thought Ih hl the m mutter mutterroll nIthttrotilti mltrrould
rould roll Id be I adjusted tI > They did < not think thinkthat I hln hlnhltl hitukhat
that the Ih t he artistic art 1st Ic qualities Ialiti icc of thn I Tililn Tililnmonument hiltieniioriuitmieflt
monument had IK tsrm n quest lon ionssl < il Only OnlyI
I he h site Mil asked for had been n refu rru1 rru1IIRU rutitutedonit > u < J JtORXICK
tORXICK IIRU M1 r IS III SKIiS SKIiSXmeral st 1 11 11Ifln IhS IhSIoert
Xmeral ler Ifln arsotIs nn milieu Itnil eU at lrrture Iur at atKdnratlonal alltluaUonallUllnp atEduiratlonal
Kdnratlonal ltluaUonallUllnp ltluaUonallUllnpI lllanee lllaneeThe IliancaTIn
I The Th Rev R Dr Meyer II Moslianxky wn wnIwturinic wuI wits witssrturlng <
Iwturinic on Jewlxh history last < 1 night nightto I
to an amlience auidi ne of Vm sP in the I h rooms fir f the theRJilcVlonil I he hejicatiumial
I RJilcVlonil Alllmce 1111 ll lIsT 7 Ka Eat < t Broadway Broadwaywhen IIrOllwIOYI
I when the th lie connie directly over iVO the Ih stage stagefell staguil tll tllCl1
fell in with u crash near the Ih lecturer lecturerraUiiu 1llIrrI leeiurriiisitig
I raUiiu clouds of C du dust tand utah cauxincatimull cauxincatimullpitam causiltgasmntalliaxniieth au III I 1111I1111 1111I1111I
aotalnlOd pitam > l The 041Ikr > eaker Was not touched touchedHe
He to at one on jumped down from roln the plat platform pialform tulatorlu ¬
I form orlu to 5 assls in cnlnung rTllm nl t 11 tic > frightened frightenedauditors frl trigtuteniluditorui hlI11 hlI11Audlto
auditors Four our of t the h Iiea sitimc lit IIU in ili ilifirst I hn theInst hnI
first two rows were rto slightly Iilth mjnritl hut huttheir InllIhir hutheir
their wounds olln were quickly dre Iraaod sod br brPr hvOr livr
I Pr r A R Luck of Gouverneur ouemeur Hospital Hospitaland
and nd they went homo I
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New Xc Year in the time timehonored timehonored timeIlOltOrC1
honored way wayU wayUptotheminute ay ayl
U Uptotheminute Uptotheminuteclothes p 1 o 1 h cm c m i n nut nuti u t c cclothes
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BUI flttlILlVENTVstiIts UILJ IL TWENTY TE TY suits 20 20Drcssnr 2tIreasor I II
Drcssnr Tuxrilo TII ruvedosuits rtlo suits 810 jO tof to tolSO tolSOStctsott 150 5O 5OStetson I ISletson
Stetson huts tiO and 85 85Pcrnns 5 5Icrrtmis
Pcrnns gloves f tll 115 l I i to 5 5IniMirtcd 5I 1 1I
I I IniMirtcd canes eamicsclcctric lInc electric light JlghtCS llght61l 5 5Happy J i iI
I 1l Happy appv New Xc Year to toall tonil toall
all who know us and to toall toitli
all who ought to know us uszee I IBroadway IU
U zeeBroadway 41 L LU
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Broadway nt 49th Street
279 Broadway Near Chamber St
47 Cortlandt St Near rar Greenwich Greenwich125th CwTrenwleh1251h s s125th
125th Street Streetllah Al Third Avenue AvenueUnion AvenueUnion
t tI tUnion
Union Square Itth I itt St w V nf < Ilway Ilwayin HwayFUXD
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in fits I ITS of STATE fvos fvosIoniptroller FUXDoniptrulier UVDIJColllptrolllr
Ioniptroller Mas Sa IS > UN III Iollry PIns ltaKntNfailor PInsSatlafacior CId CIdatalor
KntNfailor to AU U Intrrnted IntrrntedAtnv IntlrMtfdLnS
Atnv LnS l Ioc c 3U IUTho The adoption of ofilelinitn a alolinits
ilelinitn policy for or this th administration of ofpublic of1lhlio ofiuihlio 1
public moneys by II In State Comptroller Clark CUrVtVilliamn C1rlc1111alll ClarkIVilliams
Villiamn l hia nMtilti ultt > d ho says in enliven convenlemtt oonveain enliveninfi
in lemtt infi and Hiitinfaction to all properly In Inti inIftJlIttIIIHllh inervuuttsinmmil
ti IftJlIttIIIHllh > rt > st < > < niid thi > pivferem shown by the theStat theIa thestat
Stat Ia t for units it itH lx bonds > ndn as security for forpubhlo forpubhloii000yM public publicmoneys publlomomylt
moneys hat h ha been II + n effect f1CIlvo iva In materially materiallyhrontlunInt
hroidinins the Ih market for the those bond bondIn betidein if ifIn
In the th lii designation of dcpoMJtories the theComptroller tbj tbjCOIIIJltrollr thisotmiptroIler
Comptroller nays y no favoritism baa been beenshown beeahofI beenhown
shown and dtixmitH and withdrawal withdrawalhave wltbdrawaha
have ha mnv IHVII madu ratably nnd In olnerv olnervunce ote oLervinc
unce inc lIold solely ol ly of the th preference prtr 1t lx both > th as to tonmoutn toimohhmn
nmoutn and security based on equity equitynnd 1
nnd mu buaincrid principles On November 1 111V 1luvtb
11V xvvcniytwo Uinks and trust com comiani cowilinit
iani > ts 4 hud nn iloK u1OIosit > sit with the Comp ComptrollT Comproller
roller to it Kecun State moneys State UtatoIxduln Statetotiti
Ixduln totiti ainoiitiiinK to J3a7rtXX Oa the thetlrxt theInst
tlrxt nf the present month the amount amountof
of bond on Tiepoit wiin 13743000 from fromISO
ISO lmiik4 and t rust companies un Increase incroacoof
of iI JIWI7IDII JIWI7IDIIAitentmn Ii17utiAtt
Aitentmn Att ttttnii ts called < i says thai Comp Comptroller Camproller ¬
roller to the hit fact thai the official list of ofdpp ofiepcsImris
dpp iepcsImris > sitorie and the balances carried carriedllHTiin carriedIwniitu
llHTiin which is riHiumxl to ho published publishedeach
each month by the Treasurer Indicate Indicatethe
the iiiMtitutionx HtcuriiiK dcitoeits with withState withitate
State boiidrt or with State and surety
bonds or with Mirety bondx alone Sinethe Sine 8lncehr
the middle of July the thu condition of the tlieTrrnMiry thelrrrntary
TrrnMiry has been such tut a lo permit the tharajryinc theat
rajryinc at rving of iliKwitM equal in amount to tothe tohe
the Stale txmds hold at security for each eachinstitution eachnet
institution institutionDurinii net I m ii tbnmi tbnmiItmnitig
Durinii the incumbency of Comptroller ComptrollerVjllLuns oniptrollerVilILiuits
VjllLuns there tier luive I itseti VMI purclmsea for forthe fortheeynil tho thoKcvenil
Kcvenil ninkiiie riiiiilx iWiK of bond bondriviriKinc betideiVuriging
riviriKinc n I itisper lip < r cent centhhtalsofinoome centhhtalsofinoomerh Uuiitof Income IncomeThe
The rh li t iiiinliao was mndn on December DecemberI
I of SI3Oisu lriO > New York city 3JJ per perouiits cent centI
I > ouiits OIIIH nn ii prncticiilly 1 125 per cent basic basicnf
nf income In tho purchOMe tJutrctu of It therm s ecn ecnliltut CU CUritie
ritie the Comtitrnller says that all those thosanffcrinc thosetfTetitig
nffcrinc invcHtmentH for the sinking fund fundhave fundmay
have may Ixen affordd qiml opportunltjr to totnin toniimiPltt
tnin niimiPltt ati bushier with thn Ii State StateKOEn Stateitorvitis
itorvitis KOEn stis ioofligiInuring cnonnv cnonnvftetlrlnc
Inuring erretar > > > of Slain Prorated Prorated111th Pr Prti
111th ti Itti a 1ortmlt of Itlmtcir ItlmtcirAinAvr IiluuselfAineyr
AinAvr Dtc lt e on Sicritiry of State StateSnmue Statelamuiel
Snmue s KoeniR l lttlC > ndi > farewell to the thaV
V Mu > iiiin and women employed in the thetjiiu th4Mnln
Mnln tjiiu Department today Through Througheputy
Deputy eputy ThotnaM Kennell of if Elmira the theemployees thenipltuyees
employees preenteil to Mr Koenlg a aargo
Urge argo nil painting of himself Tho Thewomt ThewomtIf women
> If f the department gave him a cut glass
IOW lowjr < T holder Se SMrtuty < n tary Koenift com comilimente cornitimonleil
ilimente < the lit employeeM on their loyalty
lo 0 him and lo the Sttte and said that thatlie
lie Ii considered an n personal loss the sew sewmane v vimnc
mane of the pleasant relations which whichI
he I has form ftunmnii in Albany during his term termr
r > uf f ofllce
i i ippiilntmen
ppiilntmen by h Go o White WhiteAIIMXT tthlteAtllity
AIIMXT Dec i5ov Whito today todayinnoiince toslayfltiotlflOtl
innoiince fltiotlflOtl < the th appointment of Thomas ThomasIV
IV V Aleicheni 31 aclunu of Syrnctlsn as H Commls Commlsiomrof ComnmlsInner
iomrof Inner of the th Slate Reservation nt Niagara NiagaraaiIc
Knlln to till thn vacancy caused by the thoioignition theulsigflhtiomt
ioignition of Ali Alzanier xm < ler J 1 Porter PorterOn PorterA
On Babys Face FaccHead Head and ShoW Shoulders ShoWdersParents ¬
dersParents ders Parents Decided He CouldNot Could CouldNot
Not be Cured CuredCutjcura Cuticura Made MadeHis MadeHis
His Skin SkinPerfectly Perfectly Clear ClearO
O Our r boy wa born In Toronto ea Oct
13 IOOS and when three month old a slight slightrash Uchtrah
rah aipeare < l on Mi cheek What ppcared
to be a j wuije ater blbt r would form When It Iit
t s broke matter would run runout
out itartlnr tarttn new blisters blbtmuntil blistersa
a until his entire face head hrutanil
4 anti houlderx houIj were a maw DMTof
of tcnbi arid you could not notlee notSs
lee a particle of rlesr kin
F Other partiof hU body wet warsI
I I atTectetIbunottoan atTectetIbunottoanI Iectrij but not to uch an anextent
I extent We slid not know knowwhat knowlut
what lut to do for him sn amid < J Jerery
tnisit abotit every d dvrr rr
J tiil r < l lenieily ilhoul avail
Indent onie of them only onlyii
aihleil to ii hh hi miflcrlnc and arulone andcmi
one cmi In particular the
llernnljr ieflieiI almost put the iii
Infant Into rut convulsions convulsionsflip
The family doctor po pomilled prosrmitwd
milled for him smith told tolulml
f ml to bathe the baby In
InittermDk ThU lld < not do any cood en enwe o owe
we took him to a ho hostittal pttal Hr wan treated treateda
a au an ontpitleni twke vi e week and he jot colworv jotworso
worv If jnjrlhlne We then railed In an another anotluer
other iliirtur amid Inside of a week r U Hie lii boy ws
In all lI 3 3Itieartr > > rarirri < iiir uuirvii and the itt doctor sid
hh hi wtK vta < done Hut the lb very next day
It biukr out a < bad a ever everWe everWe
We ileeideit tiat it It eoulil not t it > e cur eurd eurdanl l land
and rrttt Min K iour e and m we Jnit kept
IIM nrin hardiif d to di hh lde tf to prevtct hJf hJfHirlnc htiartful
Hirlnc artful hH lit le ihrtu ti We i left ft Ti rr > riv i > mi mistitirily 9M
lioftly afire nur arrIval In IMtlth 1utltitliitra gf
iura f ftnscji rniill were reroromendeU T Tinaft 5 5staissl
inaft staissl mine them In I May IOO9 and anon oonthe
the tie rnre ws was romplele You 1 siut would not
think lie w wis > it ile nm ellld for ruilriira m made l
hl his < kln t rrfrtv > fei tlv i l r ami In U entirely free freeirom freetrnm
irom the skit dl slleie i < There ha has t been > een no nor noUttmn
r Uttmn tii n th lute We itlil uv only fiitlnira fiitlniranp uitJciraeit
np Cot lui tuili Rotxrt Mann Proctor
Minn Mnv Situ 1 I HMO HMOMlnirt ItitOuefrmrs
Mlnirt nrninitn mVt tlmiltont Uw U wsrM
F P51st tt r I lIens ni A fTi ium m Cnn i set > le Pr > p fiiwtna fiiwtnail r5no r5noiSatled
iSatled il l rrcr lat tateit t Uwk ca Tieit Tmuimsai m ni nuts Stja

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