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IB Till Ytjitiai; fc.VLiloii iViiij.mi, muii ili, ao.4. v -ijl
m LONDON STAGE.
ptumor that Honry Irving Is Soon
B to Bo Knighted.
' M" Cymbclino " May Bo Revived by
P Both Irving and Daly.
,M olgn IJninilon to Kcnppcnr In an
' H Interesting Mntlncc.
siH icoorrlghim. i. the AssMl.lea Press )
H i oNDON. May 12.-Queen Victoria has
H coniiiiimlil tho performance of the opera
t yf ..pali" at Windsor Castle for next
V .",,; irlnce and Princess of Wales, the
B Puke and Duchess of York, the Princess
lieitrk-e (Princess Henry of Battenberg).
1 ,iR. Duke nnd Duchess of Fife and the
M Crlnccss Allx of Hesse have made un-
H ner round of the theatre?, much to fie
H E-tlsfactlon of the theatrical managers,
B iose business naturally Increases be-
H w, ith the smiles of royalty. The roal
K '.eitrc-goers during this tour of the
H tares of amusement visited the Lyceum,
H ,n market, Vaudeville and the St.
m umes's theatres.
HP ' rjt Is rumored that Henry Irving Is
Hf ,on to be knighted.
V Augustln Dal)'s promise of another
I hukespearlan production has excited the
I Stalest curiosity. It Is supposed tint
I Tr. luly Intends to produce "Cjmbe-
I ie." uhlch Mr. Irving also thinks of re-
I InK The two productions n 111 give
I i opportunity for an Interesting com-
I irtson of the acting of Miss Ada Kchnn
I nd Miss Hllen Terry In the same role,
I hit of Imogene.
I The Daly company, Miss Ada Ilehnn
lelng with It, has gone to the Continent
I or a long holiday.
Ul l JUMfa ,W,.JIAJ.
Mme. Duse Is enjojlng her usual suc
'ess nt Dab's Theatre In "La Dame
James J. CorUett, In addition to his
Ing.igement tit the Kolles Hergeri's,
Pa. Is, hns been Invited to visit Antwerp
and to play before King Leopold of
Belgium, who has expressed a desire
to bee him.
Mile Yvctte Oullbert commenced on
Wednesday last a ten nights' engage
ment nt the Empire Theatre. It Is un
I derntood that she received a tuilmv of
B IJiH pel night. Mile. Oullbert has scored
the greatest of miccosses. The I'lencli
idnger expressed surprise nt the duol-
!jm lettc audiences and at the freedom of the
M Kngllsh stage. Mile. Oullbert tliouht
that Knglaud was more stralght-laccd.
IB She received on Thursday from N .v
s York nn offer of J3.000 ier week for an
ft American engagement, but she Is unde-
1 clde whether to accept It or not, as
K arrangements nre being made on l'tr
I behalf to bring to Ixmilon the star
B Parisian singers, Miles. Fougere,
M Samary and .Mealy, for a series of inatl-
I nees 111 London. Mile. Oullbert expects
H the illte of London society to attend
K these performances.
K "The Society Hutterfly" fell very flat
"j on Thursday night nt the Opera
J Comlque. The dialogue was smart, but
aV It was weighted down by a thin story
B anl by o mass of heavy satire. Mrs.
K Langtry's appearance In the tableau,
B "The Judgment of Paris," was a fall
H HJ All the theatres are now provided with
H a "pgulnr bill, but the real successes
H m iy be counted on one's lingers. With
Hi the exception of the "New Hoy," which
W has started on a fresh career of pros-
P, perlty at the Vaudeville, and "Kaust"
I nt the Lyceum (revived, presumably,
k for the benefit of the younger genern-
I tlon of play-goers), the Gaiety, tho
I Prince of Wales and the Lyric are do-
.9) Ing better than any of their rlvuls, nnd
n neither "Don Juan," the "Oalety Girl"
nor "Little Christopher Columbus" was
V' among this senson'H productions. Each
V was nourishing when 1891 was still
jff As for the other so-called burlesques
t "Go-Hang" at the Trafalgar, "Jaunty
sw Jane Shore" nt the Strand, and "King
Kodak" nt Terry's they do not call for
ff much notice. The absurdity of class-
5J lfylng the variety entertainments, so
i popular nowadays, iib "topical bur-
j lesques" Is becoming more and more
( pronounced. In "King Kodak," for ex
ample, the second act passes In a dis
trict In Central Africa, known ns Ko
dakorlo, and the following fatuous de
Vice la employed to prolong the enter
tainment: One of Hie low comedy
characters Is a pseudo-doctor, possessing
icrtaln pills which are supposed to have
the effect of completely transforming
the persons who swallow them. Most
of the leading performers take the pills,
and be they kings, parsons or doctors,
they Immediately burst forth Into song
A remarknble story l now being told
In theatrical circles about Mrs Patrick
Campbell. The lehearsals of "The Mh
ciueraders" were of a somen lint stormy
character, nnd many sharp passages nt
firms, It Is said, occurred between Mrs.
Campbell nnd George Alexander. Now,
In the first number of the new quarterly
the Yellow Hook there Is a funtaiitlc
outline picture by Aubrey llenrdsley,
which Is a portrlat of Mrs. Campbell In
"The Second Mrs Tanquery. ' It Is rela
ted that .Mrs. Campbell h night as many
copies of the Yellow Hook ns there were
members of the St. James company,
I ami after cutting out nil the (IhiHtiiitlons
I but that of herself, wrote under the por
I trnlt the words. "This Is the nctiess
I who won't rehearse." She then stood
near the stage doorkeeper's ofllce, lifter
one of the reheaisnls, and gave each of
. the actom and nctrse.i a copy of the
I mutilated magazine os lie or she left
Among the forthcoming matinees
the most Interesting Is undoubtedly that
to be given by Miss Olgn llrandon, at
the Prince of Wales's, on the 2ii Inst.
I It Is long since Miss Hrnndon hns been
seen In a part worthy of her. The plav
I she Ins selected for what Is practlrally
her reappearance on the stage, Is by
' Henry Hoyt, the Australian dramatist.
The title hns not et been fixed, but
i will probably be "Corlssande." Miss
llrandon will play Corlssande (the
Marquise de Vlllefort), anil the other
I principal parts will be In the hands of
I Messrs. entries (llennev nnd Ablndon
I ami Miss Agnes Thomas. The light
l comedy of the play Is supplied by Miss
Thomas In the role of Ltdy Tnwke, nn
' American widow.
I Miss llrandon will probably nppear ns
1 the heroine In the Autumn ilruint at
CHEAPER COAL EVERYWHERE
Ynritu rtml It Impossible lo Keep
I'll 1'rleen AKiilnxt "The World."
I "The World" Is rejoicing because Its
I sales of coal at J I SO per ton are decreas
ing dally and lis oal yards are doing
i Utile business It rejnlces because this
'is a sign thnt the dealers In fuel nre
'coming down handsomely, one by one,
rnd by reducing their own prices are
confessing the truth uf "The World's"
proposition thnt the retail price of foil
has been kipt at nn unnecessarily high
figure. The onsumer, b hupping a jlt
tle, Is finding dealers who are selling
coal at a reasonable pioflt, and In time
the competition started by "The
World's" efforts will force nil the dial
ers to reduce their schedules.
The sales by "The World" were onlv
welve tons on Wednesday, twelve on
Thursday and seventeen tons vesterdav.
Hut this brings the aggregate up to
5 341 tons. At It .'.0 per ton, "The
World" price, the hujers saved, In the
aggregate, no less than $4,011.75, the ex
tra and uncalled for profit of the retail
dealers at the exorbitant price of K '
per ton fixed by the combine known as
the Coal Hxchange.
Consumers who are unable to obtain
I reasonable quotations from their dealers
may still obtain their fuel of "The
, World" at Jl W per ton bv leaving orders
1 at the New York or Brooklyn olllces.
The light will be kept up till the mag
DO YOU LOVE PETS?
Here In the Story of n Mini Who
Snjx Clilekei.H Cnn Tnlk.
Horses nnd dogs often do very Intel
ligent things. Some other nnlmals have
also demonstrated their understanding
of what Is said to them. Hut do you
believe chickens can talk? Prof.
Hamerlck has learned their language.
V.V HAT Till: rillCKBS'S SAW.
He has made some extraordinary ex
periments, and these will be told In
"The Sunday World." He tested hens
and roosters and has prepared a few
examples, but Is not ready vet to publish
a dictionary for farmers who may want
to leurn the language.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
i THE STIRRUP-CUP.
M A Tragi-Comedy of Garrison Life on the
H They certainly were made for each
H other. Everybody saw that. The young
H lady herself saw It better than any.
j They were beautifully matched In
H very vvny. He was a dapper little cav-
H nlryman, who only exceeded the regula-
j Hon height by two Inches. She was a
H dowdy little person, about as big as a
H twelve-year-old child. He was hand-
some, In a French miniature sort of
way, and sho was pretty, with the
bread-and-butter beauty of extreme
' mh you,h' As t0 mental qualifications, no
if two could have suited better, for his
Hfe Iove ot domineering was that not only
B of the Ilttlo man, but of an army offlcer
H to boot; and she was submlsslvenesi
K ltuelfj it really was a pleasure to her
H t0 be walked over and stepped upon by
B$ anything masculine, which Just met the
B young officer's Ideas as to what a wife
JBT should be. Ab If to leave nothing want-
H ""' to complete this match- so evl-
HI dently of celestial making-fortune had
flven to her only a spendthrift father,
and to him the vast wealth of a sec
ond lieutenant's pay They could have
loved very comfortably on such means,
and paid oft their accumulated debts of
years when he came to be captain, ns
others huve done before. Hut they may
as well be Introduced; you maj meet
them some time. She, then, was Miss
Ruggles, daughter of Capt. ltuggles, of
the th Infantry, he was Second
Lieut. Patten, of the d Cavalrj
The thing started beautlfullv. Patten
had been twirling his thumbs between
reveille and taps, with more or less curs
ing of fate, for a ear, He was pretty
badly In debt to the sutler, and was
likely to b"come more bo If he was not
given something to do with his evenings
very soon. He did not like reading, he
was too lazy to hunt, and there was
nothing but the elusive prairie dog to
aunt In any case; he was the only bache
lor at the fort which was a hundred
miles from the railroad, by the bye anil
i the married women could not be Induced
to lllrt -with him, at any rate So the
soil was ripe.
Now, Just In the nick of time, Capt
Huggles's pretty daughter came on from
a New Unsland boerdlng school, us lnno
SAYS EDWARDS TOOK HIS PIN.
Stophon Roach, Son of tho Lato
Shipbuilder, Appears in Court.
Tells of Ills Adventure on Hip "Ij'
Ituiul nnd Loss or u Diamond.
Stephen W. Itinch. thlrty-elght eart
old, of .16 Knst SIM) .eighth street, su
perintendent of the Morgm Iron Works
I nnd miii of tin late John Hoard, the
I shipbuilder, was complainant at the
Yorkvllle Police Court this morning
against n well-drissed )oung man, ot
twent)-four e.us, whom he charged
with the theft of n $1.V) diamond hoise
I The prisoner said he was Chailes Hd
I winds, u meichaiit and livid at 410 Hast
Nlnity-HeMiitli street. He Indignantly
denied tin ehaige, but he Is neverthe
less believed Hi be the guilt) persjn. He
was muanded by Justliu Vooihls.
At 11.15 o'clock last night l'ollcemin
Class, of the West Sixt) -eighth street
station, was called to the uptown plat
foim of the Ninth n venue station nt
llfty-iiliith Htuet b) Mr. ltiuu-h, and
ordered to nnest I'dvvnrds, who wns
seatid In the train, for the theft of the
pin. The train was held to await the
arrival of the policeman Glass .tide
the uriest. but the pin was not found
In Hdwnrds's possession.
I Mr Itoai h explained In roillt that
'when be boarded the train at Pui
teenth street, IMwnrds stood in 'he Mir
door and barred his entrance. Two
other nun, whom he believed to have
bien accomplices, stood on the platform
llnther than have an) tumble, Mr.
ltoach said, he rode on the platform to
the next station.
There he ti lf.il to enter the front car,
when greatlv to his nut prise Hdwnnls
stepped In front of htm and Intern red
with him again Mr. Itotch thought It
was about time to appeal to the guard,
but before he could lay a word l.d-wni-ds
left him and took a seat In 'he
1 car .Mr. Itoaoh then missed his ula-inoml.
A DUEL TO THE DEATH.
Deputy Mlierlrr liml Horse-Thief
Perish In VIorllll Comllllt.
CIlv AHsurlntcl Press )
OI'THHIi:. O. T.. May 12 -A duel to
the death was fought on the Pottawnt
tomlc County line, near Lexington, Inst
Wednesday, between Deputy Sheriff
I Norman and a horse-thief named Nead
Norman hud been searching for Nead
for some time. In the afternoon he re
ceived word that the desperado was
near Ixlngton, and, starting for the
place, met him on the county line. Illth
men were wounded and fought until
they fell from their horses.
The seaichlng party found them cx
netlv ns they h uf fallen, with weapons
clasped In their hands, and both stone
'MAJOR GILH00LEY" DEAD.
Heart IIUfmmc KIIIh Ren. MeCnrl
iii')', t,nvi)tr anil Writer,
(lly A.BOclateJ TrrM )
WILKEPHAHUH. I'a May ll.-den. I
W. H. McCartney, a veteran of the late
war, nnd the lending criminal lawer of
Northeastern Penns) lvnnla, died sud
denly lust nlgnt of heart disease at
North Mountain, where he had gone on
a fishing excursion He was sixty-one
)ears of age, and President of the City
Council of Wilkesbarre. He wns prom
inent in politics. I
Soon niter the war he wrote for n New I
York dally a series nf letters over the
nom de plume of "Major Gllhooley,"
I which attra:ted widespread attention.
NEW YORKERS SUE FOR LAND
Title lo Nrnrly (,(MK) Arrea In lown
I n x oil ed.
(Hy AaftK.Utftl Prow )
SIOUX CITY, la.. May 12.-J. O.Wheeler
and C. II. Gama, of New York, have
commenced suit here to establish their
tltlo to 19.4CO acres of land In Lyon
County, Iowa, against W. II, Goodrich,
of New York, and others The plain
tiffs allege that the dtfendnntH got the '
land through a fraudulent sheriff s sale.
The land, on nn average, Is worth $20
an acre. Many settlers, relying on the
sheriff's deed, have purchased homes
on the tract and Improved them, AH
ure made defendants.
,Tlic Worlil'N" .ew Ujittnxu Ofllce,
"The World's" Uptr.wn Office has
moved Into Its new quarters nt the Junc
tion of Hroadway and Sixth avenue, at
Thirty-second street. There are eight
entrances, two on Hroadway, two on
Sixth avenue and four on Thlrty-serond
GIRL KILLED BY A DOG."
Ilrute Tore Her Thront Open mill
Imeerntril Her liml),
(lly AsuoclatfJ Press )
HAnitODSlH'Itn, Ky. Mnv 12. Tho
twelve-year-old daughter of John Hrand,
living In Washln ton County, met a hor
rible death Thursdvy afternoon. S'le had
gone m the house of Joel Chamlln, a
neighbor, on an errand.
As she entered the gite a dog grabbed
her by the throat, tearing It open nnd
otherwise lacerating htr.body. The dog
ulso killed a calf, tearing Its throat open.
A wholesome tonic, tbeorlnltml rllxlr of
CuIImiiu luailn ny Milhai, tins ti4 enrH' uiiHur
pumed reputation Mil iiait, lsj llruiulnuy ,
cent, simple, pink nnd white as such
girls should be. Of course Patten called
on her the night of her nrrlval, as Is
customary In army posts. He found her
quite Interesting. She sat and smiled
and drank In his poured-out wisdom as
the soil of the plains drinks a rain, and
the wisdom was lost In the sanly depths
of her unsophisticated soul, as l ulso
lost the little raih which falls on the
ptrched pralrhs However, she evi
dently admins him, anl he vvint home
Klivlnced that this really was his llrst
loie, this time In Neve Knglnnil board
ing kchools a man Is never t-een. so he
was Miss Hugglfs's first ixpeilence of
.ne sex, and he wns sure, too, that this
ur.s not only her llrst, but hrr only loie
Now Patten llkel the sensation of thlnk
Imc of some one lee. It was now I, and
th-re iin "hltsf-ed little novel.)'' In the
post nt any time as he mid on!) he did
not say "blesied" ivactl)
I The trouble with novelties is thnt as
soon as thiy nre experienced a few
times they cease to be novelties, and
1 so InkP their t-plce That wus tne wny
with this one After a week or two of
thinking of Miss lluggles-whom he
fondly called "Ilerlhi." in what an
swered for lis mind Patten got tlicd
of It, and concluded that "old things
are best," that he preferred his quon
dam occupation of thinking only of
himself, nnd he went back to It It was
far less trouble, nnd he objected to
trmble-attending levellle was enough
of It for l.lm In one day. Then a de
lightful elenunt was added to his for
i mer employment, he discovered In a
1 hort time that some one else wan
thinking of him. That was charming,
he sat back and cnJocd It, absorbed It,
LAPLANDERS FOR UNCLE SI.
Sixteen Arrivo on tho Thingvalla
Liner Island This Morning.
To Drive Kelndcers nt tlto Govern
incut Stations In Alaska.
The Thingvalla line stenmshlp Ishnd,
dipt Skjodt. from Christians itid April
2, which nulled at her doik at fourth
itreet. Iloboken, this morning, brought
ntuntig her :o.S passengers, sixteen who
1 nttraoti d more than ordlnar) attention.
The) comprised six fatuities nnd wire
j Laplanders All wire attlrid In their na
tile dress and not only presinted nn odd
appearance but one that seemed
stranuel) out of place Mil the balmy,
' Spring atmosphere of the inettopollH.
I Speclnl intention was i en tied about a
milium -like looking bundle carried by
one of the women ltnentlgatlon showed
that the bundle was not Inanlin ite, but
dlicetly the opposite, for It contained
the )ouiiKcst member of the s.Tange
party an Infant.
The )oungsler was almost complelily
smothered In deerskins, and the mother
was kept bus) offsetting tin. efforts ot
Matir or Miss Lap, whichever It wns,
lo kick his beds up Into the air, the
.like of whose ti inperatiire he had never
experienced In tils peiennlall) snoiv-
I bound home.
I The Uiplandtrs nre all en route for
1 ort Claience, Alaska, where they are
to be employed at the rulndeer stations
recently established by the I'nlted
States Govt i anient
I The Island arrived at the bar nt 11
I o'clock this morning. She had line
I weather up to the New foundinnd Hanks,
I wl ere she expulenced heavy fog Till'',
however, was not particularly dlsaniee
able to her distinguished passengeis,
.who doubtless were remlni'cd ol their
nutlve land, although r. few snoii banks
or Icebergs would have made tho lllu
hlon more complete
TOURISTS 0FFF0R EUROPE.
Hundred Null Ti.-I)n for Various
The annual exodus to Hurope Is fnlrly
ilinlrr wny, ns Is evidenced by the hun
dreds of passengers on outgoing steam
Among those on the fmhrla, which
sailed at 8 o'clock for Liverpool, were
Capt. I). W. Carter, Mr. ami Mrs. Lie!
'A. .lord-in, Mr. and .Mrs. W. North, Mr.
and Mrs. H H, Phelps, Mrs. L. O.
Stevens and J. II. Wood.
La t'hampngne, none the worse for
having gone aground In the mud off
I fort Hamilton, Sunday last, saned at 5
'o'clock with a long list of passengers, In
cluding ltlahop Talbot, Senator Woott,
... oe i-einiit, annisier I'lenipotentiary
from Costa Itlca to the I'nlted Stntes.and
Mrs de Perntta, Oilde Miisln, the vio
linist, nnd Mrs. Musln, and Prof. Max
well Somervllle, of the University of
li nnsv lvnnla.
The Fulda, for Genoa, which left nt 8
o'clock, carried, among others, 11. A
Johnson, United Statiti Consul at Ven
ice, 1), John Judson Harclay, United
States Vice-Consul ut Tangier: Itev Dr.
Philander K. Only, of the General Theo
logical Seminary of the Protestnnt Hnls
copal Church, Mr. and Mrs Charles Put
nam llrtcon, .Mr. and Mrs. John V. Shee-
. han and Prof, nnd Mrs. L. A Lolseaux.
The f.Iba. which sailed for Sjuthnmtt
ton and Ilremen, had, among otticis,
Mrs. Xavler Scharivenka, wire of the
pianist, the Misses Scharivenka, Philip
Scharwenka, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hliiu-
I bach and Mlm Illaubach, of Venezuela,
nnd August Oreve.
I The Amsterdam, for Rotterdam, which
sailed at 11 o'clock, carried one party of
twenty-nine tourists, who are going to
spend a few weeks In Paris Among
others on board Hire Dr L. H. Haldnln,
Mrs. L. It. Alexander and Miss Lillian
Alexander, Miss francts PI) mpton. Dr.
D. W. Itogers and Mrs. II. vun Steln
meti. Among those on the Alnska, wln'ch
salle.1 for Liverpool at 11 o'clock, were
ThomtM Niist, the artist, Mr. und Mrs.
Hlchard Hrlan, Mrs. Clare K. Hewitt,
Mr. and Mrs Mexunder Johnstune und
Edward H. Wurren.
The Worlil'" Ievr t'ploivn OOlee.
"The World'B" Uptown Ofllce has
moved Into Its new quarters at the Junc
1 tlon of Hroadway nnd Sixth avenue, at
Thirty-second street. There aie eight
entrnncis, two on Hrotdwav, two on
8lxth avenue and four on Thirty-second
PortnlKhtlr ShAkeppeare Cl'jlt's annual illnner
this evinloK at Clark's rentaurant, Twenty.lhlra
1JkM OoTtrnment Club tl'B smoker tbls eienlnK,
70 Wist One HunlreJ and Fourth street
Itev AI.Njtl t. It W'alle will speak at the
Younx Men's Institute, 222 lluwtry, at 4 1' M
fir Arthur T ituzir nlll adlress men only at
tlia Kast KlKhtysllth street branrh of the V M
C A to morrow at 4 t' M
First ot the Itaphael Prnmfttlc CluVs annual
entertainments Monday eienlna" In Chajel Hall,
Tenth nvtnue ami Fortieth street
f.sst "Indies' nlKht' of the aiason of the Ohio
Soelity Tutsday eientnp 218 Flflh nietnie
Thirty ilxth annhersari eieerclses anil com
raenr.mint of Ihe Farkard lliislmss Collide
Thurwlay eienlnf at Cirnefle Music Hall, Bilh
ljw and Chauncey M fiepew villi speak
For sick stomach and all
other conditions resulting
from constipation ; go by the
book on Beccham's pills.
Book free, pills25c. At drug
stores; or write to B F Allen
I Co., 365 Canal St., New York
Heretofore tho garrison had never
bothered Its head about him, and he
had hid only the sickly comfort of tell
Ing himself that he represented pearls,
tho garrison swine. Here, however,
was 4 girl who knew a priceless Jewil
when she saw It He admired her
taste, and smiled on her approvingly.
She smiled back, even more sweetly,
mid, in little ways entirely original and
clever, she tried to lead him on. for
Instance, she walked up nnd down her
pori h on nice starry nights, nnd
roughed now ami thin, a gentle little
cough. She would go to the sutler's
for crewels nnd ribbons nt the hours
when Pattm was likely to be theie for
his mail Her hore never would stnnd
still at the luoiintlug-bloek, the exas
pirating animal' If the )ouug nlllei r
were In sight All thepe Ilttlo ti ndrils
ri aching out are such, we all know, as
tho world has never known before.
Hut there wns a good dial of the na
ture of the Government mule nbout Pat
ten. The Instant he could etc thnt some
one was attempting to lead him he would
lefuse to advance a Htep, and he did s. e,
deipite llertha's wholly original methods
of pioceduic. So he si.ol still, and the
poor girl tugged and pulled, but Patten
refused to move ever so little. She really
became quite desperate and struck him
In the face, metnphorlcallly, with some
remarks that were meant to be scornful
and snrcnstlc. Of course, If she h id
known anything nb nit mules ehe would
have been awaie that such treatment
nnly matier them Jump biclt Hut she
wns of the Infantry, and cnn be excused
1 for not know In; an) thing about live
stock Kxpcrience taught her, though,
, und she ca.ne lo learn to let the mule
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S clvos health, dnvcs jway Matiani an excellent physicians, during of Life cives vrror, health to the taste, so beneficial 30; e
the blues tonic' patt 30 lears. and energy " to the entire system." ; W.
&S VICTORICN SARD0U. EU0UARD de RESZKif EMILE ZOLA. C0QUELIN.
yVl lirtiill IU llsiwnsrn. I..m. I'li'ifiJN Mi i lturtuu sail Isorj i.nw.t Auj .Sit!amij. M ARI AMI &. CO., 52 W. 1 Bth Ot., Now York, 5 Y
SGHMOELLEfl'S FUTILE BLUFF.
Told Policeman Castollfinoa Ho
Was a Contral Offlco Dotcotivo.
ThoCciitrnl l'nrU HMInR-atiistcr Wiih
AniiojInK a Woman.
Paul Hchmoeller, nn nthletlc nnd will
drtssed mall uf twent) -nine, il lliiR-tn is
ti r 111 Ilelneiimiin's tVutrnl Park Hid
Ihk Academy, was a pilsonir In York
vllle t'ourt this mornliiK chinked vilth
Impersoi ntliiK a Central Ofllce detie
tlve. About 10 o'clock last nWht Polkimnii
Castillanos, of the Wist SIty- lithtli
street station, saw Hchmoeller follow Inn
a wnmaii ulmiir Columbus nvemie The
womiili walked up to the polliemnn and
sild that the man behind her bud an
nul ed her.
CastellanoH stopped Schmoeller und
told him to have the wiiinin alone
The rlilltiK-m istei dniv himself lli to
his full IkIkIU and said:
"1 am one of Supt ll)rnes's men and
I am after this woniuii, who has stolen
a diamond pin Vim hail bettir mlii.l
your ow u business "
The pullet man asked Schmoeller to
shove his shield When the rltllnK-inns-ter
could not tin this the policeman took
him to the station-house On the way
there the nlliKed ilettctlvu swore that
he would "break" Castelliinos.
Ill unlit this mornliip Schmoeller
chanced his bearing. He btiimsl to
be released nnil said that he must have
been drunk If he ever said he was a po
liceman. He wns fined $.', which he
I'oNltivuly Ciirrtl by Thcso
They also relieve Distress from Djspep
sia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Ealiin; A
perfect remedy for Dimness, Native!,
Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the Mouth,
Coa'edTomjtie, Pain in the Side, TORPID
LIVTR They Regulate the Bowels. Purely
Small Pill. Smnll Doso.
CllltOMC UIIICIMIATIHVI, MM'ItVI.-
r.iA, i'ainh in Tin: i.i.mii, iiai k ok
CIII'.tT il!H'KI.K THAN ANTIUMi
I 'I ry It and be convinced. Wnrmtited former
ferty )enrs. A linltleliusneit rtl lictn n tilrnl.
IHoltl l,y tall tlriiRirlslH. Price, V.'.nihl ,"J1 o nt.
Yon Itentl The nvonlntr Wtirltl 1
Do You Item! The Sunday World?
think he was free and IfoliiR nlone. The
txperlment workiHl like n charm Pat
ten beuan to fear thit he mis IosIiik tin
adoration, and ndvanced n fiw steps
Hertha received his oierturts with ile
IlKht, and Patten mis wWe t nuinth to
ktep her a little delighted all the time
He did not think, now, tint he was
renll) In love On the i miliary, he wus
sure tint his first love mis vtt to come,
but Hertha was u pastime, at any rate
Things pioKressed vei) tilt el nt.iv.
l'ntten and .Miss Hui'Kles took frsiient
htirstbiek i Ides and often dl 1 not Kt I
home until nfter ilaik. The llrst lime
this happentd, Hertha nppniathed In i
iiiaiuiua's piesence with fear nnd treni
blliiK. she did not know whit hi r
mother would say. hut she unit sun of
a Kood bcratliiK from a none ton Kentb
tniwue rnnei', then, lit i surprUf and
tlellnht at helm; met with a sneel "k
and eat )our dtiinir, iltar, lie had It
I kept warm" At the mtuitlil) hop Pat
'ten dallied most of the limn Willi Her
' tha, ii nil for,-ot to rninplulii of the
scratches she mnde on his beautiful
pumps Hvery one was une tiny weie
cnunKcd, onl) Miss HiikkIis and her
mother were the leust bit untiii.)'
1 If It happened as It sometimes did,
thnt a day passed without llertha's
spendliiB several hours In the lleiiltn
' ant's society, home wns made Kent-rally
uncomfortable for her, for ut such times
Mrs HiiKKles's temper returned to Us
natural stite, from which It onlv
emiri,ed ivhtn Patten i form ro-e
nKiilnst the horizon
There rnme a time when the la Is a
temper did not sweiten for whole inks
' It was when the troops were ordered
MORE ANTIS ENROLLED.
Htt-i'lliiii of tltllee rs In the I'our
teenlb Vnsetitlilv llUtrlel.
The ntitl Tu'iim in) DeintHrnc) of tho
rout teenth Assnnbl) lilstrltt has or
Kinlcd for the ttiiitlui; iitiinili;n b) the
seltt tlon of the rolloltllii; titlltels l'lesl-
I ill. It liitltou. Pltst Vke Plcstdent,
M OrilllbaUlll, Seeriml Vlt e-Plesltli lit,
P Cnlllns, Tii.asiiiei, I, Mi Maliini,
l'lnanelal Set relnr). T Tlerne) . lieinrd
Ini; Seeretnr), .1 .Miinidmu, Cunt spimd
lui; .Seeiet.il). J. .Mi AulllTe, S rKeant-al-ArniH,
A committee of live was nppulutcil In
pn'pare n ilniilar mldieis In Hit loteis
ol theillstiltt rl he til inuiizatloii is eiiiii
pnti'd tlltliel) nf )iiuni; iiumi, nil elltbu
sIjihIIc huiiteiH of t lit Tim r
'Ihe C.i rmaii-Aiiitrfi in Hi form 1'nlott
lint, made arrattKftttfiits to oiKunle a
biatith In the Tueiitv llfth nn Mnndav
nUht at !!', Hast Nlliet) sixth street,
and iinntht I In the Twent) -'evi nth I'ls
tllit nil I'liChila) evelllllK at Illlsih's
Hull, 21.M I'lrst nvemie.
Ynll Hen I The I'.ienlliK Wnrttl !
tin imi llenil Tl-J Siimlii) World?
erlhiil llie iter.l live 1' nn llii'lali uNo
till Mini ii hil I -.lili till Ik mill t tnl uipilli
.".II I hi r Is n il i, II II Mrll.Mu, Nn
V. ink, Mill iktnU fur Ultl I lull l!t'
Till: I'll! IDf-l. f vill. IMI.IMtOIN.
wi.i.HAWM s j tup wi:sti:iist
A(CI SSIIII.i: 111 I2H HTIl I'liVNKI.IN,
AMI AM. IIOIUIKI S n.ltltlls
riti i.i m:. un ni'i.MMi
AT a O'l I.IK It,
AM) nvi'itv. riii.i.iiwi.so si'mhv,
22 D UEGIMENT jSlpi!"!.?
Mt l'IKI ll
HAND, ' J.
COM! VII lli:illli:t, IHKS;.
,..ii.m:. i.m iMVTru.i.HOPUAMi.
TlCKtlS 35c. ,"0,.".",;faileVr,:;,ln1""
4il mhI trunk lln tin,
AND !:i.i:VTUIl IN WUI.UAWKhN.
SATUWAY. JUN: 9. spii'v'''iv
, III.N 1in, 1, u ituiiiici Ntirliln Drriiiii.
i i.iitMMin.iiirr mi ri i.i ti i.i:.
i; urnron tlckttn nt Irnmh fl ht-t ofTlreti Hth
t hiiI Ir.liiK Uu unJ Itrr) tiiirunte 4zl kU
.iiaimon gi'Ain: (;kdi:.n.
Prof. O. R. Gleason
will Item nt to time an! tvlucate
...Vi'iV'Aifs- t MOUNTAIN
STAIl.lMS f ROV
I'lltlVI M.IIMU.ST I . . 0J J ,
II V II llll'x Illllt-lS
2 llllill Kit IvKHI -1
Itt'SAWAVs ASH Al.l lllll Ml rillllTRIta
.vais so. ii (ft iitni ii r,u
ihTaiiii ti a i t i : ; 11:111. .
Iltaliitilna Suti'lay Klvnlni: May 13th.
rut-1 ritii .iKs.vr.i: nvi cut ov
en !( return frmn A irtiim, I.ani tour to ttie
I ttClllc ( IVIibl
AtmUilftfi r()c ItffiTViJ btnts, TSc anl 1100
j iNo un Bale
BnOADW'Vi tJii.iiritr '! n.ivws
l r tli I nn n- thin v,k Vr f dirMlf bin
I'l'iii (kh.1 tiimr ikhiiitt u of fun' I tin I'r f
Muni m I. M.J ii tltt (idlltUi k ini nh lr in anl
tra ii I u I His n irt h ir i ii ii l n a n
, df ulllat in uuhlrH ruiuh an) uv lUrr
innn nlr nk tniti twrntv thtrs Tli-nr lnmrly
1 aihlt.llli liMM HIMA CONt CUTS
Dl 1tBI ' 1'1 V tu HIII
ulvP (LI. ii4TiM:r to ;m.
I.( Itl c I tim;i, I I N.
PASTOR'S VESTA TILLEY.
Jllines I. HtM'l. I ullle f,lUnn,
I lelle WrlllliKtnn. llilsit ill lliile.
, t,i:i.HA.MA Till- VTIIK To SIl.llT
lilt lilllMlnnsT '
Hitten's troop wait amniiir them, and
I'lpt ItlllMlthl, Ctllllpllll uis not TtllM
lias bad. It lueint that Hertha woiilil
be "the Kill 111 left I . hind him" If she
did tint ui.iiiiiKt' ti."l,ml In r llh" be
foie the appointed time, u hleh was onl)
l fnltnlKllt lienee Time wore nil. mil)
u wiek w iib lift, ami thliiffs were .it a
si.indxtlll. lleitha u is unions und hei
Imiiller irons The neik became a d.iv,
i and kMII thinijs ner the rnme. Then
reinalnul one nn ie ehanc", hnwever: H
w.is a furl. 'in h ipe
'Ihe ti mps miu I i camp the firm
nk'ht mil) tin inl'ei. aim) from Ihe piiBt,
aid nitut -( the lades of the Bariinon
in- K.iln. nut to tak- supper vibh tin
ilepjltlllU i tl.i em. then Ihe. were to rltlt
b it'll by in itinllBht Now or nvvtr mut
I it It ii tleelari hi Intentlnnii V!i. n h
ril aw iv iillh h' tru ip that lint
moinlnjr he . tiipp-d .it ivnhi hou'
a id inipriHsed upon hei thnt "lie mum
not fall lo fume out that eieiiiiiB, In
"nanttd to nee hei un muni." he
added, In whit the lltttcnliiK Mr Itiu
len eorBll-rel n vei) hIk dlU ml way
Ihe nond woman actually kin-. 1 Htrthi
ufter the Lieutenant hail il.ldtn nii.iy,
and the clilltlw a o muprlnid Hut hIk
forgot In fi') betaiiM' lit r 'H.irilir
bo'tl ' had tlilltn 'bravtl) to the fr.l) "
I Klin 1 1 ally lot-kit! vtr pi ill) when
' hhu e.mtertd off to the camp Hint after
noon, she felt nulte euiilldent of vic
tor); It i mtil to hei that ihe othera
wtnl Vtii nowli tliniiinb tin pine
linn!- Mn vun' I 1 v. inn In lit 1 1.
Imil , i i vt i) -i ii nf il . w 11 11 nl -Ie
bull ah Hit I.I. ill l'tiltl w.l- Ii "I't
e.1 vvht'i tl" I tr'i Jti rl I and h
busiest l that 'K Hid III I 111 I KU fur II
lltuu tide, if Dhv were not too llu-d.
list VII HAVIVtrnsTI.IN I'rnprlt-lor
Vlmiiliii, tprll I I,
II el nut
I1M1 It ner Mnitrr,
t NMiitt SlBM
1 huh hi lrlh Dniiiuu
iii:ah ouiitt sinii nut tiii i.vaT tivie
m.i, nil: III II HilMIS
".lly .Vltible ."
"The l.litlr ( lirlMiim. Tree,"
tt IIIiik l In- lltll,,'i
"The Villi! tiiiiiilrlf,"
"sli,. l.llie Hie ulel II ue."
H ut " Vlnvtliirneell."
N't it sia.nn Mr lilintt will .ii,,i ir In a new
lln) iiinler Aintu.iiM I'llou s nmiuiitmi nt
Hit IITII A.SNl.U. I'll VII' snt Piiinmpr nlnht s
lu.llinl i.f Iho nil Kliu Iiumi' anl Drihtln-
ss' l.Hurliitt m r Kink's L'omily fur tin lunnt
, nf ill. I.trman lltj IVliuw s Humr anl ilriliaiiusi'
of N V la Ie lat-l 1 al Iki ki Imann s lilts
"l I'.lk I, I on nla) Vliy 11, l K
Mii.1i t,y 1'r.ir KilUr to rnniiifno- at 2 P Vt
Tlrktts if ailml ..Inn 2V rarh 11,'sr llm fill
IMliiw I'honusraliti In ojinil m al htailrinarlrrs
1 enly TUB CilMVIITTl.il
fiPAND oi'i'it .noa.si:.
IAS';t t sift I I.NCI h.
A. II. ll.tll.ll - TlH'H L'IMIl'lM".
s,Bi,vei,.i..'i"ai "' Jim the Penman.
JVIM VA I.I U -Itll PLAN I r.H'M VIPK.
KOSTER & GiAL'S. Mat.pay,
l'IK"T 'SI Hll'' Ol' P ' '
V VbllhV Il.l.l M'l IA1 I U.K. MlVKI.IIKH.
1IAHI.OI lleeni limine I.I pi. H. 15 JIuLIO tin).
A Tltll Tl
m:.t vi:i;k .mk. a- jiuh. ki:miai..
TUCCCC'C HTH ST Vtl'SIC HAI.t.
I nClOO O AMI AUIMMIIIIA I'OURT.
Ill and 13C i:asl Hlb si near II ate
nit', .ihi.ssi i:ic oiicm HTitioN
!la)s tvi-ry afternoon anl evening
tJIiE3. 3!'!.nat.I THE PAY TRAIN.
m:.t w i'.lk .11 y ai'.nt huiiihi:t.
irA.NIlUlll 'I III.A'Mir. J M. IIII.I.. Mtr.
M. B. Curtis ini ,:vi'".,V'h?k1v
Sam'l ofjesen. "t
I'ASIMI I AllMI-IOS Wie
i.,wV, v 1 1 v 11. ulniilMC TIl-MII T..
PIHIMVI.IA TI. ,AfsMl SHOW.
TO. Vlult lirumu.liiriek-uetnile
MlillT. I IIS) D.N fill. HIAtll.-llAI
UnVTIC"'AII -'!. TIlKVIIir-
nlil I O I. VI". H 111, MAT AT. '.' 1,1
1 ROSE COGHLAN .....Vi.oW.
Mnv 1 I I ..rti't .Me Nut ITili, I't k il nlllUKliin.
i; vitniiNTiii: iTiti:, ' i m w.mamii"
mnrm t n nt Liitiruiuuas ess
.njllL J ItJZ Ultlre .New N'nVs.
,nAI VC j s, n:- . iiiiiim:
lUrvLI O. in iits t- iiulful may,
,j Jrtel'ri.I SHORE ACRES
h;',.;'"iMlu' THE AMAZONS.
A-H.yt MatiNt'fs, liiipxtay mill MltirJay
Prices 'J.ie., .10e., T.'ie.. M.SI..10.
l1 l.1l l:lt's. To nlthl at S 15 Vtat Eat only.
A liiltl ILtteiit -tile, luluilsli il lime f-ll(s,'-v
RICE & OIXhY GO. in ADONIS.
ti-ij tlliry's Wonlerful Imitation of Irtlcc.
U'OI 1 MIII i III' ill ri lleMfi Ml Mf'l Vilt.
Pnpultr VVnl it-stii vlHtlnee i't t.'ilk
Next link. liltilliet) llleull Mai Olirms Ii.
At Vlll'.H V III' Ml -l . UlliSl kin Ins; 1M
Piii-s!!!! ' .''k -'.V
THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME.
Mill. VVt"l s-ll ill .', I V entiles III rl 1,1
NIRI fl'C Vnller-anltirtl,l.reeiV tier.
PIID'-U v. ,,rll s ,ltl.ti S(-1 ,i,,.. ,v, .inc.
, i'iIII He.ri ,-.i; -hn I Villi, tan Tlie.Wuii
Si ills in a.jr. JClin L, OU'llIlin.lriim llultm
'Tlrid' not Hhe she falrlv beamed with
dt light Hut uftei .in hour's hi nimble
on tin foothills, the) mine bin k, anl
nutter lul not pr"Knsseil at nil
I'lltttll VI is liivelv. but lint finite lovel)
1 1 niitiKli Islons of mall mil ninth
In ir in tu Unit bt fine 'rthi's e)e ami
dlmnieil the Klur) of the Kiinset which
' Khe uml the vtiuiii; e.ivuli) in in untitled
toM'thci froin undei a blu pine. Siin-
1 set Is the .iteipted time for HOllm'
thuite things whi 11 I'.itten should have
IhiiIiI, but he did tint heem to know It.
. ! Then the) had supper, cooked over
'the i.unp tire The iiianled women
'neined to tlti'i 't vry Jolly, Hertha
' iliuiiirht wbtfully. was determined
nil' I mnper that a couple of "A" tt ntn
.tumid 1" piepared for the women, that
tin) n I .lit i-pend the nlitlit In c.imp,
nnd a n uilir was .ent oiT to tell those
' l.'ii l Iniiil.
There nim ftlll life und villi hope,
lIuiiiKlit llertlin, but ever) mnnient was
priilou Why, then, Bhould those wo
men, with all the tr.idltlou.il lurbailty
of ihiipiions, e.iy that thev wire tlml
nnil mil) .Miss HiiKhles off to bed 11 it
'so It was. and that evenlm,-, whlih
liilnht have turned out so well, was
spoiled and lo-t forever
At da)lli.lit. Iioivever. Hertha emerseil
linm her lent. She looked hnKK-ird af-
' ter her sleepless nlBlit, and the cold,
cruel llBht of the mornlns was not
The joldlers had been up several
h"iiis ilmidi audlreikfast ie.il camp
bn Ufisi nf lium, rufiiv )e.ist pnivihr
blsi nils and t .il.lit d beans wus lie. iris
re.i i) Miss ItiiKhU'si felt her breath
tome in Basps as l'atlun strode up to
her und duffed tils campaign hat, lie
Amusements. ' M
BUFFALO BILL'S i
It fil AND CONGRESS QFR0U6H- M
SLMb RIDEBS OF THE WORLO 1
OPENS TOD AY at 3 P.M. 1
Second Pcrformanc: at 8.15 P. M. JtJ
AMBROSE PARK. SOOTH BROORLYH, 1
Aii.iiiiNi.Nu inn ii siui.irr kkuhy .
(Nen utk inilnf tilikh Is nt foot of Whitehall 'J
MM el, llntter)), 4r.
hureRiilj, h or SIiido, 3 and 8.15 P.M.
,ViliiiWtiiii Tin lent.. Children half prloa. -f.
Cinirnl iirmil Sinn. I I luJrs 73 centa and (a. -
ill.KHJeiiltiiilsuil.. ' ' I
now to rir.Tinr.nn: i ?
I nnth 1 err) IVIilirlmll l . the mont dlnct V.
niilelrolu Itullt'D tunnniiciitf s. fare&cntj.
1 lint Htst'lble Ir iiiuill 1'iilnls iiinnilaroun.lN.ls' ?1
Vnik vli lla.teri. all i-eriits and Ilrooklrn h
lirt'lui' nmt I li'iit'el imil surtuce curs couutcttas; ih
tlielt'tlllll In Itmokltn.
J 1't.ptihir restaur ml ii feature. M
'"liinPlIO TH h A I ItK. IP tvAy.ror.S8st.' $$
Aril'rY l.VelllllllSt a IS. MallDMSI ?
HUoLI O VVtilii.HjuyanclKaturtlay. $
Mr. Oscar Barrett's Fairy Extravaganza
CO EN MUSEE. iW 1
1st Dim.ii irum 11 lu 11. J
Grand Concerts, Vaud-.IHe PerfornaBces. I
All 1 : Aillnll'iil.VX!. j KT'ltL ij
14111 hi itt'.trr Tin: tiii: nmxoui at. ft
Pupular I'm t-s Mittiiifes WM. and Bat. il
I'lML'M'lil OI.COTT ?
In the i iiarinius irili Play.
ex t Week ltli)t's "A Trip In ialnatowa.M -
ni:iiKEt.i:Y nvAi. ' ii
INTUILUOIXROIATC OAME3. , W
Salunlay, May J6. t P. U.
Ailmlsalnn. II 00 Itrserlat seats, 60c. and tl.W v;
extra Apillrstion fur rtsrieit seals sbosid M ,1
ma.l to K VV AI.lXN. 2 VV.st lllh stjf
.AVtKHILA.N m:ilth, Matlnisi Halurday. ,
Ile-erieilsejli, iisl ii'tlni t Ircle & bnlcnrty, OOO, .K
I WILSON BAt&ETT, hiwRwo.
Next Week 1-eitliiril lln) ne i ml Julia Artnn, A
I'.llPlltllTHKATIti:. IjiitMallneeTodajV 1
l,MT IIATI.NKI.-I.AHT N1UIIT4 3;
MIWIMi Till! V VI. Nil. s;
Mniular Mai 14. ;'
l.itihxon. and l.uek ol ItoarlPaT Camy. t
"fi:NTiti. nrqia: Vaa Anlcea & TeatUHa. $i
"'"" ,'".,."e I awrenM anl Hartliitoii. ?
.Vluale Hull, sh l,iHolll KveryKT 5
IITllisi. &.H.ive (lu. VaUdOlllIB at 8.10, 3
llul trats, Ifl.lsli Hewn fit heals. ooc Adni. Vie. ")
DOnnTdU'C IlesslpIlciielilll.NewRollKtanil )
r nllll I lln n tt complete eliHiiceof Ifstaail v
IIIUUIUII U.IjuiiliiiMeleillmea.HIA.M.tO V
lu ill P. M. umlu) , u lu lu : P. M. JSc. sue '
ATLANTIC OsBIlKV Prery Ersnlnf. Concsrt
snl Vamlevlllo. Paul Staolry Clem.nso Drofj. ty
th lilai.it Klilr Itosa, I'neumatla Orcheslrloa, ,.j
10 A M lo 0 P M atff"
I IMI'I.IIIAI. MP-IC HALL, lrar S'JUlllBl. '"
Mai.. Mnn, lliurs. saL,2.:ux llrvat vauda- 1
. villi. I ivt in ek I'lillinltrd Utopia, funic. Vanoa. ;
: Brooklyn Amusements;
I'm.. isi.n's"m:v pakk tIieatIik. ' s
HllsUl.hK. 1 'I UK III KI A
. MA1INi:i I MhllllY III n M II i.
1 WrilNKsll.VV L1IV1IO Iflf U IV ,
1 &-.A1LH11AY I UI'hltA, II nllU &
GRAND OPERA-HOUSE I
IN OLD KENTUCKY.
AMPHIflN iiovv 1 n KNOWLE8C j.
aivi rniwi1!. I'lini-itiKToit -
I VHtV I.VK. MATIN'PKHAT.
MR. and MRS. KENDAL11f,pe'i?tobt
I COLUMBIA. Knw,s$$$tt?hak i
l.very i-ieiilna- Mntlnees IVVI and Sat, t(
JOHN DREW Ti. niJTTKitMJESj i
OTIfl WALIl It SANKOItll, lessee & Mb i
XlflH Prlivs: 1.-. in, M k nno. '
U I lllli till (.ikI Ueaerretl Meats. S
M'tniy THE PRIDE OF MAYO.
rulhlul' VVullerinfiinl. iMHet Man'fatJ
I- Iff MtKh I'lt'i's I.V.. J3C..3SC.0OA A
LllirillL. 4IIT IhhmI HeservettHeaUaiaSD,
Imuran II. tuc DIVII1CTCD Rna Sampson. ?,!
Ilurrlisiii In Ink r Al Mfl J I Cfl 1 lie Btronc Maa '.,.
UMIV WiJLJi'l J W. FIIANKKU Pol. JIM, "J
iIIVTim8lsl Maliiui'l'ii... Ihurs. A Bat. A
Lft52txL3JS " "'', n,ek Krunlc Cushman'i
only mentloneil tlie wenther nnil asked ,
how ulie li id hlept Hertha said: "Not
vi ell," 111 11 tone that should havo W
ineltetl the lieiirt of any ofllcer; but he) yf
only "supposed It wns the mosquitoes ?h
they liml liolhereil him, too." Then they St
hail lirinkfnst, uml Miss HusBles hid JS
lit r white fnee behlml the regulation &
tin quart 1 up of coffee wjj
After tint the tents were struck nnd ?
the unions loaded with true soldierly 21
tlespateli, and the men Mood, foot In SM
stirrup, nvvuitlni; the order "mount." igl
I'.itten .111 1 MUs RuKKles .stood n llttla vj
npTt He vias alread) on horseback, M
and rhe In her habit, flood beside him, r&j
bIiIiik him 11 cup of lofiee. Her whole ijS
nnilous little soul was 111 her e)es and m
she beat the toe of her brD.it! little boot jfln
iitriously with her willow riding- la
1'attei' lenntM over her. "This is a ttjj
stirrup-cup, 1 suppose," he said; "let'a C
call it so. nnyvvav: it sounds romnntlo
und" tenderl) " I love romunce, don't jM
)ou?" Hertha said "Yes." The Lieu- fcf
tenant raleil the cup to his lips, then Jji
loiiend It again "I must drink your j(
health In my stirrup-cup. nnd" an aw- jl
ful pause " and 1 wonder If one daro a.
I mention the word 'love' to a Klrl o a
) oung as )0u?" llertha's lips parted Jra
dryly and her head swam ratten con yl
tlnued: "I fnnc) I ma). Then let ma td
drink your very good health, and wish M
tint the first time you lo.'o It may bo w
hippll). and that )ou will let me, as an j
ollfiltnd be the lire. t t know the nam ftj
of the Inippy man lie emptied the cup jl
and at the command, trotted away wltU Ifl
his troop, strapping the tin cup to hi 3M
, saddle -Gwendolen Overton, lu Sua , HB
1'raucbco ArgonauL - I Jl