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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1913.
WILD STEER CHASE IN UPTOWN STREETS One Mini Killed. Another WoihmIciI. in Idixk Vusll Iflilc of Itn I let . I'ouri: ri un rownovs Onr Allium! I shut on tin Sft'ps of Cimliiuil litr- ll'.V'.s I'llllIC". V .i! II r fsfnliiy ilft ill emeu, afoot mv.intLd and In t.i.xle.ilis, oliarticij iiiro.iKh tiir itre. if .mO c.it of iii. if.1 J'.irk iiml Hho'ik i tin Nil. itself httni ill hi 11 r f ill iiu e.alu f-. i- .-razed "!rorn font Nesiiti' '.o.f wh'.i-U. In.r. licrlnt: thn,it-li tin n'rwi' w a liea i ' .il!ui. nlllrli l Willi i.u"'ittn!!lt't. crushed ntn iUr' ul.is window .mil fi-llnl r.irlv Mdcjtrlans A nlKlrt uatriiiti.ui was Killed near the Motel St. Kit; la liy .1 tn I t.-t .ilrn.il In stop one of tin- wllil e.itlV A captain of wait era lit the Motel rlnthnm iv.u liurt li.ully iy a similar iiiij.rn.im-i runaway ste.-r n'as shot to death on the ileti of Car dinal Farley's p-ilace arte- an npmre of Pistol hliootlnp tluu iilaiined p.siple In tho notcls hi,. I ninimnn of l-'lftli avenue. I)ur other stre, s mir ktllid liy pnlloenic.11 in Central I'nrk Ilr.ndwny and Am sterdam avenue. . ft-r suoh scenes .is or dlnarlli are deplctnl mil.. In nowls of ihi' Wild West or In nmv 1.1; ii.tni dranias For tlin-.--iiii.itii.is of .111 nmir thn dls- rkts west of ill. park i.'tw-n Sixtieth tid tlUhtlfth stnets and i-.iKt and south of the t'lik li-.iw.-n I'lft.. -ninth and Fifth th stieet- n. iinl.n F'fth and Mndl nn iiM-nii'.... . a 1I1M .11 l-il as though ,i rim I'M 1 lb. 1 ''1 tin "in Folks vh'Jt. 1'ii-l.i'iH t ' ' ci'h I'll" ll" 'tn-ct- '1 1 "1 t m . '"i rf i'l-lo! shots. thnhn'i of li. r ! - i d -inldeiil woe thir. itrne I I. 1 --u t .' imi'l that lilic.he.l forward 1: i:i .1 111 1 1 : 1 it- - l the heatllmur si'i-i.l of ta n.lii- poll, oninn n-lth d'-.iwii ihoIk.- Win ii tlx tied to donrw.i.s the ntid tin al.rilKii housc nol'lrih "i- hot' I d I'll. wlin ran to win dow hill.il 'lie wtllilltU of I'llIlcU. ' llienk From the f'airrnl. In tin" corral of tin- Nw Vork Stock 1-nn.n.ii... ... litt..tll -.1 1 .'-l .'lllll tilt Noi'tll StOCk North Mvrr :li rinu t ro-n Hi'- e-t Inc IimiI'-iI on to a li".i it Mcrr h ! A. M 1'ust.ll'h 'll' sounds all'! river made tlii'in panics,- . IMitlcil it- ilil that II A- Mill IN of tllf I'l'M-lllll til'' In i.iiii;.' '-at- -r nbji- led lo began to mill ihf riiMtm ni. ii' Tin .i.niniil an 1 arniind and iharKf the iMi-rK'.nli i- A I.HH' pmiinloi broke through and plunked Into the d irl.- lies Hi fine till M"tl;illell I'olllil Mop the sap eh'M-n otlni!- Ii.nl i M'apeil. I'mir were ieeiipttiie'1 a nun. but eltlit in .ipp'are'l toward the eat-l. StreakH of il.i.vllsht wvie p.illnif the efectrlee when a pi.lie.iiian on pet; pnt at fifth ave mo and I'lfl -elUUli sttee. 5iiw a hteer nUliite fi iiiii tin park and head towntd him d.'Wn the mm one. II. attempted to Mop It. hut the Mi.-r uai CCmlllR like a loil.nintive lln blew Ills MliUtle. eiiinmaii l.-.n-il a tal at tn- Hotel Netherlaiut anil took up the rliim" Othei polio men joined in. fm the alarm had spread wldel.i. and the etntlun hntioei were seniflnc nut nerM- of fi-.it and niouiited ruin The steer swersed irom l'lflli avium f?t Inti. I'i(l tilth !leet at the St Reels mini Thru tuliabs with inllie men weie iIum- lehi'id. and tlfty men and boj" were tratlliii; erltidl Sonifl of these had pistol". The liontinr be gan a-i the ston p.is,.il the St. ReRlH. Wllirnfii W.menhilnt. a aptaln of wniteii empfo.d lit the lintel lioili.iiii. wiiv walk tng abnii; the north Nldewalli of I-'Ifty-lifth street in. his way lo iT.n-k. A bullet from noniewhere strm 1." him tn the risht ankle. He w:i iiniiiie'l to I'lower lloipltal. CJeorui. , It. atel, uiu'lit wati'hmiiu at a new hulhl'i- m l-'ii'l -tlfth s.reil. near the St It' KiH, .'an mm th.. street to rex cue Ills red ihuiKir lantern- The bull passed near him, and a it galloped Hea tel fill iliiiil. pn i in! i'.homkIi the rlctii eye b a bullet nlmul at the steer. It w.'l.i Impu'-s hie lo tell wliu tired the shot. I'nur or ft . .illivi." n wne tliootlntr. and the polii'" Insist that silo's w.re Hi I also hi men Mho v.ei e running thrmiKh the stlfet HKul lilid at 421 WeM. , i'.r..l Mil ft Wound, d and bh eillric the "teer turned rum Kifty-litth street south Into Madi-ou aiemie, hit a trmk, whleh stopl'fd It nioiii'iitui ll . and Hun li.pt on. It tried 'o nwlnc Into tin drlnway of the hlte aw Ileal mnnmon at .Madl-ou nienue and t-'iltleth sir. i t. but It was turned barlt and litadiil nft by polln-men, It chanced across the str" t and attimpted to mount the st pa leadlnc to Cardinal Parley's palare. but rnlieeinati l.'-nahatt shot It thruueh tin- head i.nd killed It. l'ollee inn Hi aen .mil Wlhl.iy and half a dozen others had taken put In the ehase. While this was Ktilna on there were itmllar pursuits mid resclver rminiliip" Hi Hroadwav, Central I'aik- Wist. Am sterdam avenue and in the park, l'oll man (iOiirIi. on duty ht Hrnadway and Seventy-elxth street, tried to stop una of th" steers, saw II w.ia Impossible and nhot It. Policeman Klernan was knoi-ked down and hurt by one of the runawai at Central Park West and HiKhtleth street. Polleemnn Kennedy killed thn animal at that i-orncr Poller Miont Meer. At the bridle path ill Central Park near Seventy-s-eond fitre. t Polleemnn King, mounted on one of the line horses of thn department, cauitht slcht of a steer whleh was snortintr and pmvlnx up the dirt. KIiir thoucht he rould Rentle It with oft talk, hut the steer chanced him and he put two bulb ts in It. The fifth lunaway was summarily killed at Am terdani ainue and Seventieth street by Pollremnn .MeDonnld after It had smashed th ulass door of the Sherman Square Hotel and splmtend a drus store window. I'lve of the untamed animals were eauirht and roped by policemen who took chances with their hones and their uni forms. The Western eattlu were part of a ship ment eousiirrieil to Joseph Stern Co., so the police said at the Kist Kiftyifltst street, station house Woikmeti at the toekjard said that they couldn't no count for the panic. SoinethltiK seemed to terrify tl- catlb suddenly und away th"y went smashing tin fillies in If tiny had bc'n niatchwonil, EXTRA STANDARD OIL DIVIDEND. liannan Com pan)- tn Pay I0 a Share In ildltlon u ItPKular ll. The Slanil.ild Oil Company of Kansas lias declared an extra illvldmd nf $10 .i share In addition to Its regular quar terly dividend of ii slime, The mm pany haa oiilstitiidlnc 20,0fin shares of lock and the dlshutsi. merit m eiiulvaleiit 0 VJn"."On, N'ot Inilk ntro Standnul fill of Kansas increased lis i apitaliz.itluu from $ 1 , M 1 1 1 1 , -non lo j:,0(i"ii"l mid declnred n cash dividend of 10 pir cent, and a Htoih illvldeiid of I'm per cunt. This laM disbiirsemi rit makes In per 1 ent In rash dividends that the i iiiiipmi.i llllS lie. lined so fin this I'ear A. I', Ill-en mill Oniiuliler llnil. Aaiirvu 'ir., N c N.n ;i. inliui' r TtaM of ,'i W Voik nnd uls ilauclib i lien lelta weie thrown fiom h"li e.u liaiie at the elilianc. nf tin li ltum e rati bv tin Ir home beiotulni; frightened this nfninooii Mr. llee and li s dahk'hti 1 wi nly brulard by the fall Mr. Iters Is the father of Mrs. Anuustiis j Slnp.-ird. Jr. of Cfdarhuixt ANNA PAVLOWA -. , ;Vjj The Russian da titer who appeared HOW TO MARE YOUR OWN FUSION TICKET Voter Ciiu Split Hi.s Voli in Two ' Wiiyn if I nwilliiio lo Cinl Stniijxht" Hnllot. ONI! M A It K IS sr.MI'I.KST Kvcn After I'ultinir CroM 1'iiilcr I'urty r.inlilcin Citizen Chii Hack luiliviiliinli. Polls Polls Open 4'lnni- A. M. When you bo to the poll some time i between i o'clock this mornliit; and .I , I o'cliH'k this afternoon niu will receive n J ballot with eleven columns of names and a .twelfth column made out In blank Pel haps In all those columns .will will not rind niu- which contains the nanies of alt the candidates yon want to vote for So .Mill will have tn split jour ticket Many inters don't iiiiil,iiainl mm to make their ow n fusion and the It.stl m tior at the top of the ballot do lint show nu I ( the easiest way. (if i nurse the New York State ballot .Mite a spill tlikit ..nil the instructions to vote. All Mm have to do is lo make jour X mnik in the circle itii.lf r the patty i mblein--the slur of Taniniaiij. the eatrle of the Itepublli.'aus, the hull ninos" of the Progressives, the be.lllle ol the I'll J' IVnnnmj l.eacne. and so on ' Vnu ilim't Ii.'im' to know how lo lead the KhKlish lanmiatti' or nni lant.'ii.is.'e ut all In older lo cast such a t ... 1 1 t . Hut spllttlni,' is ii different matter The boird nf elections tclephnnc was biisj jeii terilay with Inuulrlea uu this tb-kllsi .point Tut: Sin has rccilwil man. r. -quests for inform. itinn lion to Vote Iplll Ticket The iii-i i in linn-, i i'. inn oi t' hit tarry Ibis p.u,ii;riph ' To inti a split ticket, that Is, for canillilates nf iliff.-n rit parlies, the elector should make a i ross X mark before the name ot each candi date for whom he infcs. If tin- tlclnt in. rked in the circle fur a str.iltibt ticket does not contain the names of candidates , for all otllces tor which the elector in.ij , vote he may Mite for eiindldatis for such otllce so omitted by m.ikliiK a cinsi X i mark before the names of candidates for ' Hiich ofllces on another ticket, or by writlnt; the namis. If they are not printed upon the ballot, in the blank column under the title of the olllce." I'rom this It appeals that the way to split jour ticket Is to make jour i ross before the name of i-'ery candidate j on want to Mite for. Moreoier, If jou have already voted a straight ticket, nidi us that of the City lionomy I.eiiKUe, which does not cover the Court of Appeals .ludk'ci and some of the minor city otllces, jou may put jour cross In any of the other party columns opposite the names of the candidates inlsslim from ynur ticket. , Hut the Instructions at th" top of the i ballot k'lve the more laborious methnd of f ticket NpllttiriK. The easier way nppeara III a section nf the election law under thn head "Intent of Klectors" . i "If the elector shall have made a vot ing mark in Hie click. nhne one ticket only and shall have also made a mailt In the votliiK space or spaces votltiK i befori the nani" or names of a ranilldati or .iinlldati's on one nr mote other tlckits lie shall be ileemed to hale east his iota for all the candidates printed on the Hi In t so marked In the circle, except lor llunc for wiumi he bus Indicated Ills in tention not tn vot by makltik' ri lotlnt! mark In lln- vollnt: spac befoie the name ; ot names nf Individual candidates on one or tnuro other tickets, or by wrltiiiK a n.une In the blank column , and the can did, ito nr candidates so Indlvliliiallj voted for on such other tickets shall bo deemed lo he the elector's choice tor inch ollice . or otllces." t an spill a "StrnlalM Vote." In oilier tvords jou cm put jour mailt In the i ircle anil al tin- Mime time villi, fur eaiidldatih nl oihei parties. Htipposn 1 that J ou waul tn mti. for .Indue Halt lett and .Ml Klkus lor the i.'niut of Ap- ' peals ami Jinliie Mclall for Major, all of whom nppe.ir lu ihe rieinociatlc col until, and for Mi. McVintiy and Mr. I'lellili'lKasl. Mho ,'ile ill Ihe lll'pullllcill minimi, and I'm eonir iiiiiitm win want lu inle .ii a I'liencsslic mi Ml Whitman ' (itho-e nam. appears in the I lemocrallc, lb puhlicail and Pi'niii fss'vc inlumiHl antl fm Anna Iiik.-i nu.ii. lie-unman cainll. dale tin Coioiie' nu the Socialist ticket, , and tor Juiluc A P, W Seaman, hide- , inlideiil landldate foi JuiIkd of the Mu- I nlrlpal Coin i In Hie Fitth district, and I n the Metropolitan yesterdm i ate satlstled with the Tamilian landl ibites fm- other nfllcis tin wa ou KO about mill kins! jour ballot .s as lollons. I'ul our X mark In the cir.lr under the I iimocratlc slat, then move over to the Uepiiblu-an minimi and lole fur .Mr. .McAtieny and .Mr PiendeiKast . then mark Mr Whitman's nani in the Pro cressiii i olimiii, Alma Inirerm.ms name In the Socialist column and ludRe Se.i iii. ins name In his own section on the ! ballot. lllll theie is nne complication in tills method of ntlnc Suppose you want to oti im Wair.ii W. IViMt and Charles C Noll, Jr.. who ale IVmoiiatlc and Itepuhllcan candldittes) rcpectlvelj for Jildtre of th" Court of ileiieral Sessions. Vou an entitled lo Mite for two candi dates for Cctiei.t! Session" In cause tin re an- two i.icatiei'S to he rllbd Hut if iou put jour mark under the IVniociatle star and thin put another in.uk opponle Mt Nott's name In the ll publican ruluimi m ll will aiilomatleallj lote .iraiiist Juilire Poster because his name 's mi a llni; with that of Mr. N'ott. and will cist your Heeonil lot" fur l.oteti7 ."lbr. the ntlier Tnniinani cirdlilale The tliliiK to do ii, order to make your Intention pu-fectly cbar l to put join mark opposite the name of .Indue Poster, ev. n th.-uph mjii halt! alre.nlj put jour X In tin' circle under the star, and also to put. join X mark opposite the name of Mr. Nott VOORHIS PLACID UNDER CHARGES TO GOV. GLYNN liniiiils Couiiliiiiit of ISinl. iH-ii-coll nnil Itciil.i ii Olil I'lc- Klcclioii Dim :c. Mipetliiteinb'iit John- 11 Voorlus, Slate nf I, lections, said he was not woirled j.s tetilaj oier thn news Hint Francis W lllrd. PtoKiesxIic inuiitj chairman . i'le meiit J I in-, (ill, head of the Vou rs l.i'.it:il. . mid I. J lb Illy of the Indepen dence LeiiKUe had telegraphed to ilnv lljnn a lomplalnt that Mr. Vonrlus has not beep as mtlve ns mlKhl he desired "It's an election chaiKe." said the vet eran superintendent placidly "Similar Ii. litis hale Ireiiuelillj bun broiiKht just bel'olo election " Then Mr Voorhls dennil speclflcilly each chsrKe - The b-ttir of the tluee complain. nits chartfes Mr Vonrbls with uu-. i.nilu. I in ollice, with fullint! to lincsilsMte after potice violations of the elettlnn law with negligence in the inuiliict of his otlne. in peimlltlnk his ollice lo be used for paitlsali purposes, and with general iiicoinpeteiicj and Inetrli lent y. It h1I-k s that Mi Voor lins has failed to take effective in Hon on lists ot names of fraudulent witcis sub milted to him a Jem- nun. th.il he has iillqwed I hi' nun on these lists tn n Klster avaln this year and (hat he has failed to cooperate with private iitrencl.s which have been enKHKed In ruunllifi down al liKeil rVsiHrntlnn frauds It aim alhites that he has appointed as deputies men who lire themselves Hli tr.illy ri-Hlsteied .and who hale Illegally inted. I Mr Voorhls said Plat he uas iiivs tlslated all the alleKi'd frauds leported ; to him mid foimd that most of the charges were without inei it I "As I'm- the chaiKe that his mho has beep t.sed for partisan piiiposei, I am n, quired bj law In net a list nf imnihlatis , for the deputjslilps fiom the county . luilr mvii nf the two parlies which polled llic Imuest lotcs in III" last eleition for i!nv- ,1'iiior, and appoint half tin- deputies from each list. Tljerc are now .Kin deputies In the cllj. hall of them are men suuKesti l by Ihe Hepubllcnns and halt by the I in- crats. "ur deputies ale not allowed lo i.ury levolvets, and, ns lar ns I know- fiom Usual llll-ebtlt,-.ltlols, polie of llielu has eler been iiinxicti'd or charged with ail election fraud llach mini has tn swear lo that In fore he Is appointed." DENIES HE WED PAULINE HALL. Ollorced lllislinnil ,itV Mil ear. n .Mnrrlauc look Place. Pauline Hull, the aclicsg, who ot a' dlioice in HUH foi ni (ieoiKi. It. Mcl.ellan, brut In I of C M. S. .Mi'Lelhiu. the play wrlttht, told Supiente Court Jlllllce Pell di'llmi .vcsteidai thai nlthmii.ii tier formic Imshanil was a wllness lu ihe trial of the dlioice suit and testllbd that slut was his wife, he now mains an alll daiil lu London that Im was nevei mac-l I h-il to her and thai her divorce was nli- tallied by fiauil, Mis, Mc,ellau has brouttht suit aitallist her fnimer husbmul In l.ondou, where Im lives, to lecnici unpaid alimony at thn rate of Jin n week, When .Mcl.ellati made his uilldatit hi' that suit ileiiylntc his niaiiiaMo lu r iittorneyH sent a cone of tin .New. A ill k deciee tn l.ondou as evlflein Then it was dlscoien.d fm thn ilrst time that alf1ftUKh Ml" Hall mariinl .Mcl.ellan in is:i:i, Ibi'dlycirc" decicn kIkiii'iI by Justice (liloriuan states that th" mar rliiK" occuired In lli'm. Justice 1'einllc. toll ttianleil her petition to aniniid ,her decree, to set forth Um concct dto. ANNA PAVLOWA AT THE METROPOLITAN Tli Soul of Music in I'iiiicit's Movi'ini'iit mill Pom. IKU(SHTS TWO AI IHKNCKS (Mhi'r Ciinihli' hinn'ci'i tlil the Klijox incut of the lliitcrliiiniiiciil. to Vniu I'.hIiuvh ri'tunird nli-rda to the flaK" of tin' M.'trotiolitnti ("'r.l lloiici" nnil th" Inrai- .uidlmiii" wlih'h 'Rici'tnt 'n't- in l hi1 ii flfi noon and ru-nniK-lo.ilUcd that mini! hiT ih o utill.' t'a' 'of 'hat thrall.' Ii.it i (! 'noti h.o 114t1.1l Othi-r and fainoiM ilanioK lim lici'li thou' and it lint cfvinoil til tin' ah Mfnrr of tin- fniitilMtrly ImimliiatlM' and iioi'th- iialiul lint lieu oot tin- l.il!f j ypfterday iik If then' inlBht la" In th" rwolltctlon hihiip i'.ittiriitloti of her ' nnlqiii- ill. inn and .'tlll Hut Hint tlioualit . van illli'tcd tho iiilinit" Oi" ItiifHlnn pri'- 1 tnirri' utipinri'd on tla- .il.iK'' and with M NnvlhotT d.inciil the upi-nli.tr lihraci'i' of a Chopin niM-turm Tinly l'.ilnu.t 1 H liiriiiiipafAliUv i 'o olln-r woman vii-i liatiflatnl tin- 1 'onl of mii-di Into iiioii-iiii'iit and poe. niaili' lin.iKlnatioii m il portry npp.-al to Hi., i'.vh thimittli unn-i- of jitlon anil In-jiity of (.Ktiiir ns sh.' loii Hit ti li- i nli nl farlllt iifii'i in-i'ini to mrw any odn-r purioi' than lni- art Ali n- vlr tuolt for lt onii !nkf tt not notm-d I Tin- i oti!iiM of ni"tf In htm :H dltrlitil tics pi-i'iii'. to halt' lifi't inn. H id. o null' ii".-!. it- i linn'. ..I k i f'-i-timi tit: . nr.. in h. r il.iiii'lnu um 'ook Im-ioikI tlinl.alit.lll of tli'l alt If ili'l.'1!' .11 Hi- i. iiiollun.il ii.'i-'ioii I'm it . ill' nil Hi.! ri'vidatitm of : rar. iinl po'tn Piltlir. that lhl! inil'ini- altlpt otti 11. nililltlm. in i ..r thitiK i ! m thi woild that ,1111 nihil Lin. i r of tn-r llni" h.o , l.ri-n alii.' te KUi' tin- pnl'll'- It m.i " omt" iiomlhli- loi a halli t Klrl to la n pni't and not tin In i pri-Hsloi. Ii any otlinr nifanp that llio. hahltitallv i-m- . I tiidj i-O Ii. Iii-i art t'hnsr of Her rt. ailllilt il .mil w nlulel eil at mole null see I 1 1 1 1 1 ; x of thin eei M'sierna) the siihtb ondai n.iu.-e wlm h i onies ii- tin I'tery ehibillun ot .Mine It l a" II she were iun. I 'n Iowa's skill. ti d toi V secomi h tin tinner of Apollo, win leaclied ilown a't the swiftest m misl dilllcult or mo-l ; Riaceftil minute of ber tllt;ht that the ! world mlKhl u.me at is ease lor Ihe spare of a -oiid at this dlilnlty ot fhe dance and lose no ti.ne of the itussaKe !of beauti which she brinus. In hir duet 'with M Novlkoff In the "FantaUle Oneii tale" ami in In i solo wall. In "I'm Soiree rie Iialiee." this tr.itt of her dam -Im; dellKhttd the spectatnrs Tin re-W a second of hesitation which expresses as nunc nf her other i haracterlstks the Irresistible perfection of its beauty As the Unlit centres on one fact of a- iiiin when It is for a iioinl statlnnary. so this eloquent pans" of Mine. Pavlowa re cals tin deep, si bcautlis of her art lo the public. Thetn was no nppoi mint j to exhibit iimoim her tnuts de forces the baftllmt backward step which u--d to come alwijs ,.l the end of the first ait or "Coppelta." but her tnastcii oi the h.n ku ard tin ii Willi the irre-istlble Klatne over the m oiihler was ns wninbriul .i ever The nunc of thy Hist number "I'm- Snitie de rmnsc. ' was fiom the ompmltlons of Chopin, so the audience saw her In the customary full skirts nf white tulle, Ioukit than those worn by most dancers. It was her exquisite danctnsr which alone appealed to the audience here Hut In "Fr.ntalsie Orleiitale," theie was a de. per draniatle sltrnltlcanie In all she did, as she was the (Jrlent.it enchantress and there was somi suit of action In the episode To Chopin' .Millie. Hut i-l "I'm .-oi.ee ii. Jims.' .1 Was all ilnneliiK fur the sake ol it beautiful S'H Aval pt a li.n kiSiomvl of blui wreet! trees. 1 seen as If in a m M ti.it l.n ou r the whole st.me, the bailing tlk-uies in the inrluus dances (hinted "irlj In then wb ie tlllle lllesns A dillia'te Jillow Inztll i.nihe.l tho stai:e and .nhled effectlieli to the lack of rmlltj In th" scene The wlni:s win the stllT. artltlelal looklnt: ire. s 'of Ihe same kind that crew in the b.i.-i. ttrnnnd Tin-re was ine same laninin blend of realltj and fantasi in the eiiMiim.". which vaind from the connn tioii.il balb'l tulle to the hiKlilj colored satin dresses of the wonieii who dano-d in the isllonalse ll.-le tile note ll US llllotluh oul lirlc and possiblj ioetic Hut the "I irleiitale." as it has been more hi'lellj lulled, was an altnuethei difi'eicnt matter, l.eo.i llakst had ib slta.cd the scelleil .mo lostmucs An .0. baiitnss lai In wait like a spiil.f for Ihe beautiful knicht whom she xp.-'li'd Mm. Pailiiua. IjlliK hlKh "ii the dliaii aboie the warriors and limners, the hand maidens and the slan -., burned and sIkIh-iI In her Iniiiioblb eloqii. ni e as liiiiicsiicli as if she bad shouted her nasunn The hai kitiound. fiom a (lu-slan ..feller alter ll.lksfs ilc-IKII. sliow.il the Intel lor ol' ill Ai'ihian palace of sonic fain If til kind The preialbliu' i nlors ol the h.n kviuund weie .. vellow without brillimici, ornamented with black and d.uk blue ThrotiL-h th" open wlndws one sensed the in Id blue of a sky that inner was on laud or in Um llakst paints to Indiiate a state of tin .niotloiii and not the accuracies of ati m natiiie. The feelliq; of this .ibmle nf the chantre-s wiii well inoiiuh earned m.i In the sum. Willi It- peispectlie -o itn cuiiiproilii-lliKly painted on the back ill' i and the a. ml. on the sen-e of smell lio the Miiokini; bia.lei to add Its help. Mn. Pail'iwns nilimtu: was It xprcssnin i a saume and detct mini d ii.issl.iii wbhli seemed i-caiiely pn. ibb m ,1s pnwii' in one who ippeaiH tn lend at hel happies' 111 scenes of tnlltlc beauti ill p'llt rluip-nilj- lint tin I was a SlaWc i i uetti llbnllt the Indication nf llel lelelltless loin lor the knli.-ht who linked nu .mil de purtid in tililiupli, wailnu Ins smnal- of vlctiuy 1 1 nni the slips as lie mutinied to the 'Mn til .until Th i her de-pal' HEIRLOOMS Purchnsed Direct fiom the he r Hpparcnt. Son of arl of eianwilliam With the especial permission nf the British Government, are now exhibited anil Oflrrrd for Sale by MR. ROBERT W. PARTRIDGE in the State Apartments nt THE PLAZA HOTEL NEW VORK This collection, formed in the XVIII. Century olid never Iteforc out of the Mnn3ion, comprises Objects of Art which for excel nnythinu of the kind ever set n in any muscuni, Kniufi a nil I mll'i ('Man, old Mlier I'rrnrli and i:null. t I'urnllurr Eihibition To-day and Daily Until 10 P. M. and thi; ilfnol.illon of tier itrlcf were Kraplilcally Indloiit.'d. Hut in nplte of tin- plastlnlly anil xltrnlflratire of hrr inlmliiR, tin' (ira R-ri'i'ii ltnnh of lirr body mi nlii' twlrli-d In lln- iirini of lhi KtilRhl win In lt swift iiml qlowlni? tnowmrnt i morn lii'iiiillful llnin miythlntr ,Ip In Hi " h-li'iitulr " Tin- Other Ilancen. Mini'. I'nvlnwii'K datii'utH iiri- rapahli mid youthful, mid arc to a ilrRref fiitnlllm in their lotikH. Them In nlxitit all they iln a Mm- ni'tino of enjoyment for Itn own siiki- and rmvir n stttiKCfitlon of the per fnni'tor pfrforiiianci' of a ilirt.v. f.nlK N'ovllmrT Im an l Arnlli-nt rluncrr, mill tn Dili I'oittiniH of thn knlKlit Ii HUllli-lmitly linporiliit; to explain the ilrnpalr nf the tn'liiiiitrcK!., Ills teolinlral equipment In of a liltth order lln In lnrkhiK In th limadth of styln ilntrnetrrli'tlc nf Mlknll Mordkin. who wan perhnpn to lie dlMlnmilnhed from oIIiit inrn daneeri liy the nobility of hi uiMni'" mid pomn. It In unfortunate that the miiilr ootild not hrtv hen tnoip Millfni'torlly inridi'ted. Tblfi wan pi'dally notleeabli) In the "OrlMitale, ' when the mtinle wan bv Klmakl-Korim-ItnlT, Seioff and MoiinotKikl, The matinee lonclitileil with the fiinmti b.nu'.lmriale or llnxoiinoff In nddltlon in the mWiv'ilniieiiua dnin inn. In the .."pliiK Tim Musth Klute liillt hi IhIro aid ,i.i t'reltjdeV ut l.it nw d.n.ri'il FORGOT HE HAD REGISTERED. in riiiiman .ludae. to Hr lure of ote, HrKl'tered Avaln. , Tliuuus J jLnt!, Xi) yearn old, of Hi i West Fifteenth stteet, went Into the place j of reglatry in the eighteenth Election dlv ; trict of the Tlfth Assembly dtatrict. In! which he lhes, and reKisteioil tin tvtobei Is. forKetlina that he had already reels , lend a week before When the double i eKistiatnai wiii d!"cnverei! a warrnu: wis lsned foi ,ludi;e s ,irict and he' laied Magistrate Harlow hi the Jefferson .Market court .lenterdav charced Willi vlolntiim the elfi'tlon laws. .IiiiIkc " lid he had been drlhkltn; on ' Hilobir II and didn't Itnow- thn' he had ' 1-emMc'ed Whe'i the final dnv of reel I .ll .ir i-a.lie i ll.ltelleil tn M hi" n.itpe ii: -in- ben i i.i a- -o be --ire nf the r'un 'i. ..ii 'In. Mak:-.'.'.!!!' In Id turn ,n Viim ha. ' i . In a i nist tii-tnor row MjHisti ati Harlow ni u.e .1 elf er .-i ir, . Mat kit "'ii:-i ssued tw-ciiti w.irnuils tin lilies'. ! i II.-k.i I n trlstratlnn Miteida anil M.iKlstraie lliirbei-t 111 the .West .Sine nu! t i iKhteen None of these watrants, . it was sa.d was liiii'l on the (iaveaan , dee spin I j TRACTION MERGER ANNOUNCED. , tlelx I nlej ijm-iii nnd ealerii Hall I i H tn I llllr. I.". M" . .Vol' - mciRer m mlMii !J1,. "ail. 'um between the Illinois Tr U-turn Ci.nipaii:. . lictlet known a th" ' Mi Klfdex Si stem, and the Western P.all 1 nai- and I.lL-ht Company, which operate" public utllitbs In tiiativ Illinois, Missouri ! and K.inn citii. is on the point f,f ' Im'U.k itTeifrd. it was announced tn-d.iv ' hi the board of dlriTtors of th" faction nii'paiij ' The Illinois Comp.inx has cnnnrn.l , i -in k oiit.-t.itulliiir IS "inti.tnij and pre-f.-iied of il.v:a.:oi1. The Western Com p.mi las 4..'2l,Si"i enmmon stock and I $ J.I fit. i)in pref-rred. The Western' 'hi'-. , pioin-e'v I- ihe Chlcatio. (Mtawa apd Il'.'.irla Kallwav nhlrli operates an ibi trie line in; nulis lonn from Prlncilon , to Johel III., is with brandies from jntta va to Streater. and from Sprint: Vnl ' 1. in l.nd'l, totallmi: ilxte. n rnlbs MR. WICKWARE TAKES A CAB. I lie Xeuleels in Take (lie llrtirr tlaii. mill III rret llesnlla. Pnrf i -second str.it In the drand Cra ft. ll Station district was Ju-t iirttlnK set tled this morniut: for a pood rest before . Iietfon daj wl"ti a Jount: man tOBgeil out in his best ..lenlnc clothes broke the, pi. ii. hi (omm.inili erlut; a hansom rah that -tood In front of thn Hot"! Man hattan. Tin- cat. Inc. Th. inns ('.artlaiul. was out 1 nf the In ix when the disturber Jum-d in'. i the Inch pilch and told the burse t. ce' biisj Then was u jell as the cab .V.! hnre mil mall made speed tnwaril I'lft'i avi uu. . .irelnl the pic cop and ' , 'mi ited norih on the a venue At l'orti l.'Uitli stieii thei.. was n slight trallli ! jam that al.. II-. lll -llilm' lints tile . h-.ii. e of rnptiiri lluls.. and i.ili and man went to lie Cast KiftJ -first stn-.-t station, where i !.u tl. mil hi-l-ied that his fare be held foi crand hire in The man said lie wa Calm! W'. kware. ,i bmkei- once of Seattle, but f a the last two jear- a Kin-st at tin llot- i ,M, lull, HI. in W.. kw.i'-e- tbiR. i piluts were taken i'd then he wis ..inducted to the bc.i ' 1' tin K.i-' Plff--fli-t street station ha So : luiuiiHi.i n mix i:itii.i-:xu;. r. $2.00 Value $3.50. Elctant Chiiilmas oi ll edding Gijt. lor this Hunginc l!uket, made of solid brass; hiRhl polished; tilled unh an assnrtmcni of hne ferns and flnwers. made of linen, chemically prepared 14 illi'lll' hiKli Oilier haruains in I'urniluri', I arptis. Iluii-cfurni-hinu d'oods, etc. (iranil Itapids Fiiriiiltirc antl SelliiiK Aucnls for Kiirpciis nt Low Prices. MASON'S lining liuslncss 711 Years (lit loriiiT .Mjrllc Avenue and llriduc Street. IIKOOKI.YN, N. V. $1 MADE COUPON NO. 7. Cut this mil und send $1 with it, Vt'e will send ou Basket with flowers. This is it bona tide offer the loss heini: churned to ndvenisinR. The rerniation of the Mason house is siifHcU-nt Kiiaruntce that the basket will be sent as advertised by Parrels Vost free. II II U niches Tihie Gtore wail .be dosed H. Allman Sc (Sn. jii8:vt efieciledi cderssave reductions in i.io prices of Women's Buaglh-costt Trimmed Oils.!", imcludimg Paris modeSs ss vcU as des5grio originated a mi the estnbilasSiimeiniil. rtn offering for to-morrow ( Wednicadsiy), 3rt the MiMinery Department on the Tfoiirc F5oor, wiBJ consiet of a raumiber of TirSmmrniedl Velvet ainid Pflush Uiats irj smiftrt, effective styBes for Amtumin ano Winter wear, at the great!y reduced price of $3 2.00 Women's Coats and Wraps, botHi Foreign and Amer-can Made ere now being shown at very considlcrahii" reductions from former prices. fne assortment comprises Outer Oarr-.e' s.depted for all occasions and in lihe irjfj.'cs ityJes and materjais, many being; trifim amy, with fur. The foOowjirsg are among the re--"rarkabie price conccisiOns to be noited: 'Zcats and Wraps of pllush, brocaded vc3oiu" and heavy poie fabrics, origanaOy 31 SOi; to SS45.00, reduced to $85 (', Afternoon' Sind Evening Coats nl V7rap a;" rich materials, including brocaites and aii-?':-' duvetyn, origtnaiiy $165.00 to 225.00, rediii-e-i io .... $125.00 to 175.00 ASsa a number of nai'jdsome imported '.o-ie! Coats itnd Vraps at greatly reduced prrie.;. Other SaSes ior to-morrov ( Wednesday ) will be as follows: A Very Unmsyafl OtftferoEng oi? BBack Peau de Soorfis high fiustre, spot-proof 'finash.), heretofore 2old ei 33.50 per yard, at the special price of $8.85 This is a fabric of equasiieliy auopSe texture, especiaiSy suitable for smart afternoon govr.s And suits, and has been adopted by many of ihe Scading Parisian couturiers ihte season in preference to broadcloth. Women's Blouses of crepCi chiffon ana jace4 m senerv.;on of this season's models, about to jc. ".srora tanued, wiSS be placed on sale at $4.25, 6.50, 9.0 and 13.81 these aeing: onsiderabi-y beovv t'me 'CustD'Ti cry prices. Women's Knitted Underwear vr'iH afford unusuatiy t-ood valuer .it the fo8 Sowing prices : Jwisi r:i'ii!Deo w.nticiiiii vests, hansi-rir L . 'e tops .Ribbed Cotton Combiatauira Suits (vtih cjose Stting or lace-trimrned wide pantaJon), edges unished with hana-rrochet ?.vfiss iPJirbei! Cotton'CO'tYEinati'Oin 3uil ic5os;?- Titting pantaton), ar'-d-crio 'net tup, at ll.l'j The regullar stock of true' Vu a nr, 'Km '.' ' underwear iD'epartment "ornprases a corrpte ; assortment of Vests, Combination Siu,.iu, Bloomers and TsgEnts, in all the dorrr qualities and in seasonaofie weights; s.ia- a-' attractiive selection off novelties in Silk dergarments, including Mouscjuetaire .a - -Lace - trammed, Ankle - length Bloomer, Knicker Skirts and Knacker Combinatit Oarmcnts, all off which are designed espe cially to accord with the prcson-l fa?"-iir5 in this day (IS tec it eon Pay at AS:. it 7