New YORK. May 4.- Tlie prohibitionIsts are building' a tabernacle in the National Prohibition park on Staten island. It wil! be eompleted about June 1. It is an archeil building wholly Of wood, and will. hen the galleries are controcted, have a seatin capaeity for nearly 5,000 people. A largo organ will furnish the instrumental music and electricity the lightlnff. Among thé other buildings are two hotels wliicii ill aceominodate :;oi)guests. Many prominent prohibitionists will have their summer residencea near the tabernacle. The speakers who have been retained tomake addreasea during the eosuing Mimmer include: .lohn .1. Ingalls, of Kansas; George William Curtis and Uev. H. S. M:Arthur, D. D.. of New Vork: John H. (ordon, of Georgia; Rogei Q. Mili, of Texas; Rev. Thomas 1!. Dixon. of Xew York; W. C. P. Breckinridge, of Kentucky; WUllam McKinley, oí Ohio; A. H. Colquitt, of Georgia; Rev. John Jasper, of Richmoml. and Prof. Axel Qnstafsan.