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- Tp ' 'v THE WOnL'D- WEDNESDAY EVENING; APlUt IB, 1894. "iimm" MMiit -M-EiiMHM
' SEEMS AiMEO AT BATES.
This Dissolution and Quick Reorganiza
tion of too Tandem Clnb Sets
Clnb Hen Thinking,
ITS GOING TO BE ULTRA EXCLUSIVE.
Ha Ii Clrrer 'Whip, but It'i Hot Likely
H Will Figure in the Hay Fsrade
in Central Put
If the current jjosslp among the up-
,, town horsemen Is founded on solid facts,
the career of Churlea P. Dates as a tun-
1 dem driver "In the purple" Is cut short.
The story seems to explain tho re-
cent erratic actions of tho New York
Tandem Club. A fortnight ago tt as
sembled at Dclmonlco's for the annual
J meeting and election of ofllcers. The
ottlccrs signing the call for the meeting
were President Charles I'llzer, Jr.,
Vice-President Frank Beard and Secre
tary and Treasurer JJurton Mansfield.
Instead of holding an election the club
formally went out of existence as nn
organization. The only Information
given out was that If enough tandem
' drivers could be found to favor the
, project, the club would be started again
TWth new members and new ofllcers.
A The club last Wednesday was born
, I anew. The old officers were elected
, J' again, and as a board of directors for
i ( one year Lemuel 13. Wells, George De-
h oe Watson, John R. Tonnscnd and C.
A' W. Meyers. It was decided to send no
f tlces to well-known tandem drivers,
1' asking them to become membeis and
1 Join In the annual spring parade in On-
,7 tral Park on the second Saturday In May.
, , Mr. Hates has been a member of the
New York Tandem Club for years, and
he Is ono of the best whips at that style
-V of driving In the city. It is an open st
em that, owing to the noterlety he ob
tained last winter in the suit brought by
Miss McGrath, the club deKlred to
drop him from its roll. It I said that
this ias the real cause of the dissolu
tion, und the rapid reorganization again
this month. Mr. Dates said last evening
l that lie knew nothing about the future
plans of the club, but he believed some
' of the members were not satisfied with
the way It haj been run.
In thu National Horse Show of 1831 Mr.
t Hates was a thlnl-prize winner in a tan
dem cUss, and he has won In tandem
t I and four-in-hand driving at the Open
I Air and other horse shows since. On
Pridav uenlng he was arrested in Cen-
I tral Park by Ofllcer Monahan, on a
charge of reckless driving. He says his
nrreat was an outrage, and he has pre
ferred charges against the ofllcer before
the Park Commissioners. Of his skill
i as a tandem driver there is no question,
and on this account many horsemen hold
thnt Mr. Bates Is fully qualified for mem
bership In the New York Tandem Club.
The Tandem Club was organized in
' 18S4. Owing to a lack ol Interest It
, dropped out of existence ,n 1880. A new
" organization, the New York Tandem
Club, waa Btarted in 1S81. Among the
members are T. Suffern Taller, H. It
Hloodgood, O. H. P. Helmont, A. J.
Cassatt, It. F. Carmen. John A. Ixignn,
Jr., N. C. Iteynal, J. Clinch Smith, V.
I W. Tucker nnd J. H. Shults. Jr., W.
reorganized, the membership (s limited
to fifty. Ihe question now is: "Will
Charley Bates be on the roll and figure
in the annual parade next month In
1 A LETTEB Fr.OM JOHN Y. M'KANB.
'What Have I Done that I Should Be Bo
" Persecuted V He Aiks Himself.
f William G. Flerson, of Gravesend, re-
, celved a letter from John Y. McKane on
t Monday. It read:
"My Dear Sir: Your welcome letter re
j celed. I am ery much pleased to near
from you, more especially when you say
5 o positively that you believe, as sou
always did. In my Innocence. It Is pleas
ing and pleasant to know that there is
1 one person left who believes I am an
honest man. I sit here and wonder and
' fay to myself: 'My God! What have I
done that I should be so persecuted?'
You all know that I was In my ofllce every
day and night during the time of registra
tion, and, in fact, every day from the clos
ing of the Coney Island season, and if I
had been Interesting myself In any way
ou would hae heard me say so. To
, 'ell the honest truth, I did not bother
i with the last election as much as I have
j for the last fifteen yevrs. I left it to
I the others, nnd I have now to pay the
penalty. I am, verj respectfully, your
,, friend, JOHN Y."
t Contractor John II. O' linurkc also recihcd
I a ietter jo-tcrdav from McKane which taid.
, aiming other tlihiKs:
" 1 am still at a los to uinlcrtavl w hat I am
H bote for. I necr did a wrung knowingly to
any man, and I huc helped and lamented
H thousands. For the future I can but pln e nn
Irmt in I'rovidcnco und pray tliut he will Und
H hh uiil In tho securing of mj release."
! FUGITIVE SUTHERLAND HEARD FROM.
Hli Ecndamen May Take Measures to Bring
Him Baok from Canada.
Fugitive From Justice Kenneth K. Suther
land, of Coney Island, has been heard (mm
liy letter scleral times during the past w eek.
His mother, Mrs. lo Blanc, retehe-l a letter
from him yesterday. It was utirmrked
'Toronto, Canada," and stated that the
writer was well, but felt lonesome M Tarawa)
(rum his friends.
Contractor Hobert Furcy, who was ono of
Futlici land's bondsmen, hits had tho funltivc
lixated lorsame time, butluuiiut it diUdcd
upon an ellort to hu u him brought bin k.
In Lonersatlon with a friend, Mr. Kurev
was heard to lemurk that the Cone) Island
u-Justice had gone, oil on a spree on the ilav
of Ills t (.mUtinu. anil in a druukui moment
had fled, but that ho would comu b.ick In time
to mivo ills bondmen. Whllu tills does nut
set ni probable, a man who appear, to know a
good deal about the matter said jestenlay that
Mr. Furcy wus waiting to Fee If Sutherland
would icturnof his own volition. If he does
notmmc buck, Mr. Furey may take measuies
to inniiK'l him.
llotli ex-benator Jamas W. nirkett nnd Mr
Furcy have retelod formal nuthsi that pro
renlfugsore about to bu commenced uguiust
' them to recoer the amouut ol Sutherland' a
ABUSE OF CRIMINAL LAW.
i Judge Cowing Equelches a Caso of Alleged
False Pretenses and Bebukrs
Morris Pearlman,was charged, In Gen
eral Sessions, yesterday, before Judge
Cowlnif, by Simon Harris, of No. 407
Grund street, with having obtained a
nunibor of watch movements by false
Pletenses. The Indictment was procured
against Pcarlmun last July and the
in ocei dings In court yesterday showed
Plainly thnt Harris cared more to get
his money than to prosecute Pearlmun.
The trial was Bnut oft by Judge Cow
ing ut un earb stage- he Instructing the
jur to acquit Pearlman.
"1 thlnlv " wild Judge Cowing, "that
all these loose laws governing false pre-
temos should be repeuled. it Is getting
so that when two men. particularly men
Jf the cluss of this complainant and
Uefindiint, huve a business dlfiiculty, and
one cannot collect his money or get
nil that he thinks himself entitled to, lie
rushes In nnd Invokes the aid of the
', courts either to assist him, or to get
even with the other man by alleging
fraud and falne pretenses.
-. .,arJ.u" ' "J""' 1 consider this case
P.n of "diamond cut diamond.' I feel
,' It my duty to kick It out of court, as It
JTU Vu ,hS JesWature keeps on add
ng to the list of crimes In the statute
books. It will be soon Impossible for n
maV p,lea wl,n Intelligence."
When the Day is Done
Read the News of the Day.
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or a Suffragist,
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or a LittleJPurther On,
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I I I 1 m I I 0th Avc- 20th to 2,st Hu
Ih BROS. OFFER
We Warrant All Our s.- t j
Shoes for W, DeCl(lCCl
SH 9 ES Values
EVERY PAIR OFFERED PURMIXIIRP
ABSOLUTELY NEW STOCK "r1" urvt
A S2.50 8hoo at 9 1 .46. THIS WEEK.
-- Ladios' fine Don- ,
V? gola Kid, patent tip,
w' full trimmed, novrost
1 tiL stylo opora too, m Wjr T"T C
1 tJrX! ROCKERS
I 4'? BDCcial nt
I sV1 . OAK and CHERRY,
. HTw In Plush or Tapestry,
A 82 Oxford Tie at SI. 34. Rcduccd from &ai ,
Ladies fine Dongola Hand
Sowed Patent Leather Tip. stylish . . OOO on1 OQ
opera too, Oxford Tio, also narao 2.(5, J.O ollfl 4.0.
stylo in Rusaia Loathcrj nil sizes nnd
p ..-, widths, well
(lffo. worth ?2-00' 200 Styles h
w 1.34 Bedroom Suits,
A 83. OO Shoo at 82.23. f ft
Ladies' fine Paris Kid 12.Vo tO 125.UU.
Patent-Leather Tip, riraiaa
Onora Toe, Button KwSScs .
Boot, also cloth tops, JWf CHIFFONIERS
very stylish, good jfSSNwflNSSSsI
valuo at $3.50, $$1111 ,n
width"! nd ak' CUfly Blrch' B'rU'3 EyC
Maple, Walnut and Solid
ZlZj f&- i, i yiK Mahogany,
A sa.oo Diana at 81.79. AT LOWEST PRICES.
Ladies' fine Paris Kid, Hand
sowed, patont tip ; nlso Russet
t. Tan Goat Diana Shoes, 100
V I V always retails at $3.00 j
K-t all sizes and . . -. . nvrvmo
mtd",, SpcW PARLOR SUITS,
Sj J9 25.00 to 198.00.
Mail Orders Prompt Filled. ClTVCDft 1 HTkC
SIXTH AVE, & 23d ST. lWCI U AKliO,
I 1 10.75 to 125.00.
n, , ., , WRITING DESKS,
Average Circulation for
March, 1894, BOOKCASES, CABINETS,
460 929 PARLOR 0 DINING TABLES
PER DAY. AT LOWKST PItlUISS.
A gain C7 COC per day
of vMJuU In ono year
Aff'" 148,359 tnreedyi;.r. ' H. OEI LL & CO. ,
immmmmmmmmJi I (Hh Avo' soth to -l8t st
B. Altman & Co.
Will offer Wednesday, April 18, in addition to their large assort
ment of Staple and Fancy
The Following Special Values:
Sun Umbrella, with cases, assorted colors, "i f
natural wood handles, at . f
Gros Grain Coaching Parasols, in as- ik)i
sorted colors, at . f J
Groj Grain Club Coaching.with cases, 7 Cf
natural wood handles, at I J
0&ES0N LAKE IS DEAD.
Th Well Known PoUUcsJ Expert and
Writer Bncenmbs to Parwis.
Oarion Iikr, the well-known political
writer dlel Saturday In ihe Mlddletown
Btate Iloapltal for the Insane. He had
been an Inmate of the honpltal for thlr- '
teen months, nuffrrlng from general
paresis, nnd, like all victims of this mot
dreided form of Insanity, he crew stead
ily worse, until there was a complete
failure of both mental nnd bodily powers.
The bojy was brought to this city for
Iake was born In Ohio about fifty '
yenra ago. AbJut twenty years ago he
married MUa Ollle Kllubeth Heifer, of
Akron, O. When she died she left him
live daughters In 1SSS Mr. Lake mar
ried Mls Kmlly Moeller. She became
as much Interested In polities as her
husband, and It was her famous Inl
tlutUc cheer for Illalne that sat the Min
neapolis Convention wild with tnthu-,
alasm for twenty minutes.
Flint's line Furniture i
otWrnl Uih st. t msrJcd usy down, as tbey
UU IllOVf upt.l'JJli.l.
J BOYS TO SELL j
S THE EVENING WORLD ii
S THE TOWNS SURROUNDING
m tew York cm.
X EBEAT 0PP0BTOHIT1ES
2 tt offered to tlrlf hi Boy In all parts 9
Jf ol New York, New Jersey and
7 Connecticut. V
No.f.rtlon Ii nmauri, IIIKKVIT.
M IN(1 W(lltl.t) l. alwajr. In l.manl. It Z
A rll Mrbereer H K iu.iiel. rHna.riuh T
i remliunceof tnlny ;ki I'viita mul orilrr
V uppl) iurnne ww llruoiisblt klluvr. m
w asefor unsulrl tuptei. A
B For"'(ijiCTiUr -1(1rf m
M BOX 487 i
1IIE EVENING WORLD. 5
Piilltier Building, New York 0
LADIES' GAPES. Big Sale of great annual ;
rTTr". s,r r:-; Men's Clothing. STATIONERY SALE.
elrsxnnllr Irlnimed stIIIs Jet nint O" -i,, . w.. a j
r. Tho sale of the n.i. ,," nl,l"5 Taper Company's flnosH," '
Ucc .it i, r u, . ,lonery at er"t sacrifice. I,
$9.75 AND $12.62 JJ " ,MHrks, & "dn; w iui-r 1,. ,ch
WK ' ' '" I'lnens- ""P". "onds, Satins '
W..rlhfll.nnnHll).7r. . S$f CIolhlnB ,, ,hc Amforn. Ac. regularly sol i
( A I greateit opportunity price per box of :i sheets of IH R'
50 doz, Prinl Wrappers at 4bc, Vp " - - - lZ;' '1D $
2 l Yrk l''1NC Ccr lr,y tl"ls '" ,llsh ,ln,8l' 8Uch fJ
?SI known. Only H III,! "" IMlnliursh Mni-n, Azure Vol-
m . . .- Ill '''. l-:t". nnd! '"'", A7l"e Mnen, Iloso Ango- f
llffll fin rn, I'lutetl Crenm Afnie . 9l
AlS.RH I I ,M" f0r8UU3tl,"t Thehav.aIBTbe2!."ia?o
IIIPIUU U nrc WP" wo,,h I ' ol"' pl1Pcln' PHce per box IT '
jjjl Me. Itiinilirds are, ot :1 she-ts n ml 21 envelopes Q ij
tO dn, rine iisk Wn8 rnhnnUw of Wl.ltlK-- Celebrated Linen and Ball. , 1
llBnr.il I.an ,. nUh papers in all the fashlonabl. &
tltiwns. na II- fludesibovor.ontalnlnff 120 sheets, 20cl: ' &
untrnted pink, 1 js J 'nv eloj.es to match, per box of 123. 2D. A'i
blue and laen. LaUlGS ShOCS. Th nr W.tarly sold for uHo M
Her. worth 3 W. -UMIW wllu" paper nnd envelopes, making a cle f
Large llnnufncturer's Plock of Indies' ?uvlng of 51.17 to each purchaser. i 1
Tine Shos te lie sold by in at S C11I-1 '
KICK I'RIC'KS. A tremendous uuantl- "ravorltu" Letter Kile, cheap- S
I 11 ty. but as tho VAU'ia are KXT11AOK- t gtrong.
I OB IJINAUV ws recommend nn enrly selec- ' CSTi est'and best I S
l"W j v gai ItV for 3.W0 J:
1 eafl "7 S v'CaV every wncro QJ ij
J oJ? " - y tttoc 1 $i
t j J 8 I ! f
i rimmed &) 'cn"aixi sv '
f VrS!' wood, nickel Tj iJL pL jj
MllliniirV .iP 1, I'""'' n,',l '"tit sS V
miiiiiierya Z I nrc,u- Vaiter ,.
jttMt J can bo removed and examined i
We Invite an Inspection of our assort- - -1 I without mutilation. Best file Cfl 'J
ment of Imported Trench novelties In f . ( made. Sold eeryn here for J1.00. .U9
Hats, To(Uc and HonnftH; ulso n. mini- S ( "j
ber of ery attractUe Bt)les from our LOT l.-Conslstlng of LndleH" ASLw " I'nvorllo " Auto ''H
own workrooms. The Nlcollno and Huh- llutton and imvc Uoots. stjles fPOval ma tic " Btop f tJ .',
stan Turbans now so popular are wide medium, narrow, wquare OrTB Clip," of potlshed ,fi
trimmed In a great variety of stjles, nt and pointed tow, with or with- H I etrlpcd wood. wth v ij
all prices. out patent toe caps, sewed welts; j i I 1 nickel-plated clip: ,Jjj
Very pretty nnd stjllsh Hats, I) Jfl "y pair iH.sltlvely worth J i iQ I I I most simple and ,.,
trimmed In a variety of HtMes.utZ.4ll to " Mt wh" tlley la8t' mlr nt ' "" I fi i I nentent;, ,&M ,u ,KJ
,,M LOT a.-Includes fine Dongola fi 1 K K everywhere for ,B0 ym ,
A line nf Turlmns, latest styles ... 3.40 K1'1, 'rencn lcld c,oltl ,0I"' ult- IXOLJuJl' at tCW ')
An elegant nssortnitnt of round " ,0" or Uluclicr stles; latest Jj
Hats nnd Tut bans, styles, such as Piccadilly toes --. C
4.80, O.OO, O.DO nl,h nv lnrKe buttons, sriuure Desk lllottlng PadsQ "" i
or Philadelphia toes; nlso me- m, leather cor- .1 f
Largo collection of I'ntrlmmed dltim or common-sense lasts, nient I ' I S
Hats for Indies, misses anil) Til vnst variety of widths and sizes. nfrs conementl j ,
children, from Mr. tot.OU every pair worth f 1.00 and J4 M.J QO nnd useful, 9 1-Zx I - -J jK
Klegant assortment of .let Hats. Coro- , "'l".0, "" .,aM "'"' .""'''0 ,! ! 'W fr -".I ll111 ',",ll
nets, flowers and Feathers, choice and MJT "-Knibrac-. $.00 and C0O ot 15 'j.
natural eftecls. 8h18 f nne.'1 "ra,ie ","1 3,yle8i9 iR 12x19 In.: sold for .66. at f
Trtmm'lXb'aCue0"; 49 .cS'ii;; 19.21 In.: sold for .63. at ,,, .? M
trlch Pompom, with aigrette, at. .t3 nm, youths neJ Gonti ' Siattor,y Dlue-black Commercial h
Special sale of Child's China Silk Goat I-acc and llutton Uoots, Ink, 1-1 pint .w. ..'.,. 'I9 P
Cup, with fine lace frill, all col- 1 JQ with spring heels, while they QQ pint ' .88 u
ors and sizes, at ,U last, pair u0 QUnrt "A7 v
Bloomingdale Bros.;5. j
259 AND 261 SIXTH AVENUE,
Ili'lween 1 1 It It and I'lli slretts,
WEDNESDAY ,..-:K, "..""
IN I.AIIIII.S' Ml'Itl.x:
GAPES AND JACKETS.
w. ottfr tin Imtit
m .nj mott wrltd tin.
SffL t'lxmi jvLKi-rrs to 1..
Sf7 fonnl In Ih. rlty. In
Yi '1 ill ih. f.inlombl. tan
'J ( .hi l.s tt lb. fnllolnj
JtTC spkciai. ntic'KS:
( -tjr) 5,9B-750,
Sl i J We Im efffr t Im-
ll li A neiiM Iln ot Jm-ltfu
'itti' lo Kerwy ClotliB. Chr-
y7 io. lUb.t ciothi cir
I PUfonAU. tc , In
f j bUt'ts anl all Jtlrl l
hY colon, inl the m" l
the PrKl'IAL ritlCF.b.
52.90, 3.9U, 4.98, 5.98, 6.98.
pcritl 'ffir, FlDt Mft
French Mi)lre Ca(Mi. fcAjtJi
Ilk (ine.1 ana rhhiy &E3D
trlmmM ith Urf. t'3
$3,10.98 and ,gg
CLOTH CAPES. (4 ' U; U
I arloufclj inJ hn 1- Jf -!--r
I avn I- trinimcl i1!- ff
I il Vatluea.
' We are att offering 1M1 net-k martr 9
raurl In liUrrrs ntil 'tfili. tn light titttnrf X
r? (a I'n e mPKJUh from
to tre flnftt int'trs.
SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY.
j S. "" ''"n"" Nleotln.
rt5S2?iJji?5 tnirsil win. imp.iri.1
ISWN rtlrrul., Ih. prratMt
v; wVjt isliir ffTerei tM tea-
Sfi ClQRorlh rut1'
lA -J wmuO 500
H.LL & CO.,
Sixth Ate., bjiwaen 16 th and 17th Sts.
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St.
1.000 I'nirs NOTl INGHAM ClUt
TAINS: reduced from 1.35, 2.25 ami
2. 75 pnlr to
700 Pairs IHISH POINT CURTAINS :
reduced from J.M, C.'JS ami 7.50 pair to
275 Tain, Eitra Quality iu HHUSSELS
AND IHISH POINT KFFECTS; reduced
from C iH pair to
SLIP COVEUS and WINDOW
SHADES made at short notice.
Sixth Ave., 20th to 21st St.
will offer to-morrow
Ladies' Sanitary Iast Black
at (S par
Actual Value 40c.
West 23d St.
JAPANESE RUGS f
AT SPECIAL PRICES. j?
26x54 ia 30x60 in.
3x6 ft. 4x7Jt. .6x9 tt
i.75 z.go 95.50 I
2.00 3.25 0,50 X $
2.25 3.60 7.50 I
7x10i ft. 9x12 ft. 12xt5'a &
$7-5 H'50 $20.oo 4'
S.50 12.75 22.50 ya
9.50 I5-OQ 25.00
18th St., 19th St. and 6th Ave.
(18th St Station Elevated Road.) j
Or.c Button " Cutaway." 'M
Latest "Hunting" cut, in Q
the season's "Covert" colors, ji
$28.50. . I
Street costumes in rough
or smooth cheviots, checks, m
mixtures, and broken weaves. M
Tans, grays, ficelies. Full m
basques, 1S94 skirts. Lined W
throughout, finest shaded i
glace silk, M
$38.50. ., ; I
Lord & Taylor, 1
Uroadwoi- & 20th St. , 1