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Hli 4 THE WOULD: MONDAY EVENING, SEITEMBEK 'M, IHD3.
E tl et-eaej by tha Prtai Publlehlni Company.
K i I W to 11 rxiiK now, New Vui.
BllllONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1895.
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H 1 i The Hun, Ibei-veniniiNun,
1 i Tni Times. Th- rrlhun.
BH S ti The ST'nlnt WV Tin- Mail anl El.
Jr. Prtas, 1 h Commercial Ailv.rtia.r
Vfl ft eed'I he Mnili Journal.
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Lwawl F :1Y alepeiuV. if Ut.OJipn ay
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P" - BLUE LAW81 0 1, NO!
Bl , "W'arnrr JIIllci'8 Uundny In us, which
B (are not In Ills opliiloii Initio I.iuh, hlrh
B the Republlran mrty In Imtiml to innln-
B tain and i hlcli HousaMlt ami Htrutii;
BH are liftit on Btrictly ctifurplni:, hail an
B "InnltiR' In Hrooklyn ycntetilny,
B AuKtint M.trkert, of B until nvrntiu,
B -In that rcriirmwl rlty. Is it ttuuiuilnl
BB artlit. Vostrnlny lit- lmil it happy I'Vunt
B on hanit. Ilia liuliy ni to ho ohrln-
BH tenet, nml all the tlelloarlts fur tlm oi-
B i caslon had hfeii provliled .Mm. .M. Hut
Bf tap )at on fiatunluy nU;IU to fix the
BHt F rooniH uml mnkr the tahlr rtmly lor tin
BBrci tit Olrlttcnlni- fiant. All tiny loriK Ikt
BVv Wanda hail hvi-n oa lilto with flour iih
B her litishand'a cuatomcrs' farox hnd heun
Lwal t'l ) Harlioi t ror promptly t n o'clock
aWawi r I ' 1 rcstcr',n' mnrnlnK. Whlln ho was iltess-
aWawi I I f I '"' "" 0lr''v i' "''''"J' shouted thtotiKh
LVaVj 1' I r 1 '" ''onr; "'r Mnrkrtt, liprn'n .Mr.
Bai til4) lc':cl,tmcn wantn n Blum.." "All tlKht,"
BP ,j f I K.-B.1 Attiriiat'a reply, "h-t him Kit iloun
BH ' I and wait." Then Mnrktrt, hh hn pit nds,
M t I forcot the Sundny law In his ux.n ct.itit
LwaB ' ' , jtV 'oy over tne chrlntonlne and litk'un tu
BB r L (have IcUelshucli.
BB ! lie had trot off one nldr of ttf Irkela-
BV , lx bach heaid when a burly olircmati ur-
BV ;t&' rested him.
BB l' I In aln Markcrt iir;pd thn chtlitinltiK
Bfl f 1 party. In vain the linlf-slimeil UKcis-
t ' ) V, bach prctcated. Tho nrtlst aa driu;i,ed
( to the police station and locked up on
'A tho charge. Icktltbach ttnt home nml
aaaaaa M 'rifihtened hli wife Into n (It; the rhrlr-
Vfl ft' ' tenln Plcs wer wst"!: the rhrlsttnliiK
I'MV BUBU wer tllaappolntcd, the mlnlstir
BB B'S went without hla fee, and the Infunt
BBV 8 it Warkert Is tlll outxldo tho pule of Hit-
BB Vet Warner Sillier sajs there r.rptib-
BB llcan laws are not bluu lab, the Ito-
Bfl publican party eaa they mint and Khali
BMB be malntalutd, and Itniwvclt, iUronK i
BB Co. say they shull bo sti Ictly Liiforced.
M i 'Die enforcement of tha Sunday inns
BMB as aifaln subject Jrrtenljj to tho
BMV Rooscreltlan dlscrlmlnattnn. Yet tin)
Bfl are 'all
H WHAT AHKSI0AII8 WOULD L1KK.
BB Great Britain seems to have quit fool-
M Ins with China and fourtten i:nt,l h
BB war ships before Nankin will drln that
Bfl (act Into the dullest plg-tallel head this
Bfl week, according to the stories that
BB f borne from Shanghai and London.
BB . The British ultimatum la that an edict
Bflr mast lesue before fouiteen das il-
Bfl a-radlns the Viceroy of the province of
BBsHr l Bechuen. In which the missionary riots
BBr occurred. The beheading of a few of
BMB- JJ-.-tna rabble, the least responsible for the
BBL murders and outrages, and letting tho
iVaaff tfi PrlncPal to tret will not do.
BBS ,Jj, China Is In a bad way all round and
BBf ir aba deserves all the can get. Hut
BBl ,n Americans would very much Ilka to
BBV ? aee the United States shoulder to shout-
BBh del with Great Britain at Nankin If nit
BBa t& a little In advance. Our people are not
BB. F tn favor of stupid Jingoism, bat they do
BBk d i like a decisive. reolute foreign policy
BB $ that will make all tho norld recognize
BBft tha fact that the American Itepubl.c Is
aassKl If t SMll-D t ot the eartb.
Hf It tl now cool enough to talk poiutca
BssWai'' Therefore, speak up for home rule and
BHW I the rlht kln4 of local option.
H ' A CONEOLATIOS FACE.
H BaaJlr, we could not afford to do It
BB. W should not have been very sorry
BBP to aee the plucky little English boat
BBW Ipruce IV. win the Boawanhaku Cup
BB But after tha Valkyrie affair It became
H?' matter of pride to beat the English
BH' ' In everythlnt if only to ahew them that
Bj , "ttty have no earthly show with Amerl-
H ana unless the latter let them win out
BB e)f courtesy, as Mr. Gould's Niagara
fcave a Qt'een's cup to the Prince of
BB Tha American boat Ethelwynn on
BB Mia cup In Saturday'! final race, defeat-
Bfl loaT tha little Briton with nearly elein
BB . tsalnutei to spare.
H i In horse racing, In yachting, In fight.
B-Bk fr lag, la shooting, In all athletic sports
BJ j f, aroint-, America naa beaten old England.
BJ y ' Tea, the English did win one event at
B-Bt J Travera laland on Saturday. An Kng-
BBfi. Uib athlete captured the one and a half
BB U 1 aaSa coo. But thea'B would have falil-
BBl akw waen'ynf tfauratuuiitlcteWwcMMwvM.v'MMnML
BBV V be necwihary to send theatioe number, i
fled hlrtory If the Englishman had not
run heforo tho American,
The only dllTtrtr.ce was that the race
Ron by the Ungltsh athlete on Saturday
wns a "convolution" race, vOile In the
historical running of llrltlihers away
from Amirlconi there w.i.i no consola
tion at all for the Uriel. sh.
That wns a flno frosty tingle In this
morn ngs air Is there any Autumn
like New York's?
A PHETTY MDDDLli
Tho Good Government clubs nre ln a
quandary. Thiy fee no risison why
thty Khoitld not rfcele tho reward of
their work Jtint ns inurti ai tile 'nm
mlttce of Httcnty Utit Imw me they
to gut whnl tliey want In n cotnhltia
t.on for county olllcca that will be at all
likely to win 7
Iho Ittpubllenni ate thr e-fniirths of
nny suicesKful union ngu nat thu riRii
lir Uemocr.iry. lit Hides Hie Judgi
shlp, there nie only two good fat coun
ty olll , the Comity Clerk and the
HtRlstrr, and the ultimatum of the He
liill'lk.ins ln the matttr of union Is both
the?e tilllcis and hulf tin' Judgeships.
Vhere ate only eight .ludgei and Jus
tices In all. The ltepubl ctiis lake
four. The (trace Democracy two 'I lie
'Htirkleri nl leatt one. That leaves one
Jti'l';e or Jurtlie to be foiulit for be
tween t'ie lirnun lioltirs, tlio O'llr.en
inrn ind tli" C tl C 'h
'I h u tlicte nre tho iacIso nn 1 .Sunday
blue laws Warm r MIMir Ins told us
what He publican rucceH me ins In tills
dln'i tluii. Htrong, ltiiosiclt and Mur
ra will not allow anything thnt Inter
feres w th H.iloon-cliislng on .Sundays.
Wh.it union can they make with the
(Iraie men, the Hteekler mm and any
portljn of the CiermiriH on tills lusuc?
The tuitti I, HooxeNelt, Htrong and
Warner Miller between tilt m have
ra seil a ghost that will not be laid, and
ei l-o ven more tli.m llio grth for
spo Is threatens an unMUimountah.o bar
rier against a cumblno on a county tick
et this car.
A Philadelphia firm will send a lot
of lucomotlxes to Hussta. liut theso
will not be tho only American ldeaa
which will get up steam ln the Czar's
WHERE T''K ELO0M3RS CAME FROM.
The new woman Isn't as new .as she
thinks i-lio Is l.leiit I'eary, now en
route In me from the Arctic regions,
lias dlHcow nsl, among other Interesting
thlmit, lint the minimal! women are
the pmni i r liluiiiiiei-noariMs. Tim only
dirf-tcnce bitweeii their bloomers ond
the new woman s In that tho Arctlo
la lies tiialto them nf sealskin and wear
,i hWh-uutir piltern that shows a
slreteh of hire limb betwein thn termi
nus of the I loonier and the top of thu
If the now womin know that she was
plaglurls-liu: the Usiiulmau costume she
ailed w'pely In osohewlag buine of the
tastes and hnbltn that go i)lth it up In
the y Not Hi Mow would she luok In
ii nut luiiuit nibbling at whale's blubber
Insttad of eh t kun salad, or In a conftc
tlonen munching tallow caudles Instead
ol tefrmhliiK hei cliury lips with
spoonfuls of Ice-cieam?
.So far ua the aeiiUklu In the Arctic
bluomers Is conccrnid, that dots not
make much dllfeieiicn. Our g.rls may
get Into the swilskln, too, when the
weather rhias oildii. A London nov
elty Is n dress md. entirely of fur.
hv not, then, bluomers, like Bryan
Ol.) tin's bireLlies with tlm furry sldu
out, hottCM'I t
Now York ii'eihi ihntrnor's Island
fur n wntit park inure thnn the tlov
einmciit in tils it for n nillltary station.
Tli proposal to gat rlnon the liland witn
I touplo of reg tnents of legulars,
which 1 1 on ridiollold opposed and Clen.
.'I1ch will, It Is said, adtocate befom
the War Pepnittni nt, l a silly one. Tho
cltj Is amp pripared to face all ctner
genc cs whl'li ma call for mllltar)
foiee. It ii ks nothing of L nele Siim'8
hlmuats whle It Ins Its own police
ind mllltlatmn. (Inveinor's Island,
tul.y garilsmird, would be merely a mll
lt.it Hhon place.
If those foreign astronomcts had been
A ell post'd, they would tut h.lo stalled
tin f inn I illons fur a lit w comet scare
The should undi rstand now, onte for
all, th.it tin celesiiil waiderer of which
tin rp ik Is rtcugiil.ii d In the platform
of iitllhet of the gnat pirtles In the
I'.n.p re jUate Nil Mr l'uye's comet.
nor any other, would dure to come Inti
cullldlou with this etrth mult r such clr
i unisi.inM-" It woull be plainly out of
older, and thu chairmen would so rule
We mi. beit Hrltlsh achta and atn
1. us. but 1 i null Is far ahead of us in
liMng down the law to tho ugly Chl
nete h'le has already presented her
ult matini to the iiotiimnent at I'ekin.
In the nutter of the Kucheug outrages,
and will b itk up hei t.tse w th a demon
sttatlon by a licet of fourteen warships
Minnwhle, we aro eut, rtalne I with
ttorlcs of fl'hlng at Gray Oublci and
of a Sunday dinner on the llenedlct
"Still selling protection. Entire de
tectlxe force of one prtclnct to be trans
ferred ant ttnt back to pitrol duty.
Sjiue i Jlllcn of alfalrs eatd to exist
In uthei prtclncts." This In the first
jear of the reign of Itoosetlt 1 And
among the llrst fruits of the warfare
ugvnst bund.o sldc-doors was to hne
been thu suppression of pollen blatk-milling.
The nooseudt boar! fence and the
Plait breastworks loom forbiddingly be
tween the factions of reform Hut bath
ought, b their cry exlstct ce. to ere
the end. of promoting the revolt through
wheh New ork"nnd tht other large
cities of the Statu will bo unchained.
If tho Tae comet will come fast
enough, It may hit the eirth before
ritzsimmons hits Cirbett. This will lift
a great loid of responsibility from the
kluuldtrs of (Jon Culberson
Ilrldge pissengers are to be congiatu
lated on the 'pen ng of the new ter
minal station In Hruokljn
It wis unother uneventful Sunday for
the clubs, bj dlspcnsitlon of ltooseclL
Congiatulatlons to lliltlmore and her
tw o-tlmes pi utiai.t-w Inm i s.
It's the Ethclwjnns cup, despite that
bad si p of last Uliutsday.
Hustbill will bo better In New York
ln '93 or It will die.
Ttia woman bicyclist who caused the
an est yesterday ln uppnr Seventh ave
nue ot a drherwho crowded her to
THE BIG FOUR NEW.
The Ev ruing World'i" Gatlrr of
MISS KATE liOUA.M.
This la ptcturo of a woman lawyer,
who wnntfl lo be AsuiHtant Superinten
dent of rtibllc Hchoola. It la the first
time a woman Iium akplred to such an
nfllco tn Now Yoik.
the curbstonp, did a favor to all devo
tees of the whoel.'
Good timet I mure against a Winter
Call It, rather, th Republican Biff
Qoodby, Soptembcr and the baseball
Tht football fare Is almost duo.
TUB aUMCAlKltB III'DOET.
Gossip Iter", i Hint 1 hrrr and Tre
Trtlep of City Life.
A nimbtr tf year Ago my attention wia at
iractM to a rnnip of nomen nt He x)rnc of
lllrrrkfr and (irrrns ftret tho central figure of
bleb aa rry prttty ftrl, ceruioly not
Diart thin el gb teen, who fie wji alrealy
nuikcil by dissipation Sho was crvlng, and bt
twren bcr aoba i plained thai ber ' feKow" brnl
truck tier biAtio iie bvl n morr to flra him
On of the. nthar women toll rni bar OLrat waa
"lUby ft, anJ, pointing to man tcrou
lla at reft, aald that ba waa Johnny 8, th
man ho bail atruik "Ha by " A year or two
liltf 1 dropped Into a mock auction aturt on the
Miwery tiuma on lean, over my ahoulder ind
aixuivl ma that tha clgra then blng often-J wr
' cheap m bull Uef at a cant a pound " I
turnel aud found Johnny S , Ha bad aacured
3 tngacement at Vatper" oma tlm after 1
naa cnalng tb ferry ti Uriokl)n at a very Ul
hjur It raining, and I bad forgotten my urn
bulla Johnny S ru on th Uat tlh thre
Ik umbrellaa under bla arm 1 tuppoat f ha.1
ttuntl tbem Th neit time 1 mw Jubnn, waa on
on of th a.enue He was in tbo uniform of a
polkeman I hid wltnenttJ an tniartnlng atola
Tlier ta ft Uwjw In tbl tlty who la alwayi
full of fun. witty and charm'ng fellow, but
ho will look upon th win ben It la red
On day ha wnt to Suprvra t'ourt rba.mbera
II wiu far from aober. but wbo th time cam
for blm to add re the Justlr upon th bench
b aro it unatMdlly, and, bracing blmtelf wih
a rhalr began "'r lloa'r, I ba a htc mo
lion to m.ka which" "Stop!" aajd the Jut
tic. In a Mr too ")ou are tio Int3lcated,
Ir, to make any motion la thw Cbamban to
fT" Th lawyer gated at tha Junk tor
noment and then uld ttra.el) ' r Hon'r, 1
Tae been practuips at the bur In trieclc city
tor nim man) yrflra ant la thie In r lion r a
court 1 may ear, Vr lion r that thla Is the
tret time that 1 could ever thor ly coincide w
one of Vr lion r a opinion ' Then he mi
dowu. THE nUEANUK
The Wrntli.T rbnnsree,
A nlplng and an eager air
Will p-eentl be 1
Tboe bloomer cmtumea thr btea donnadl
Will nt.er do nt all
When grim Noember'a piercing wlnle
Their H'i erlng farce etrlke.
She 11 bate to wear at overcoat
Wheneer she rld,a the tike
now toil, i) it ii i: ornr.uw isi:r
wh knowi tht ropes,'
nt tv vhii.y iiom:-,mt.
The rufMa were aiietnbled la thn wpacloua draw
In room of oj of the foremost citina of New
Tork It aa Sunday evening They had torn
to,;. t her In reaponae to Invltatlona to dlnn-, and
the hont a dinner wet u ly famu. Among the
gutata were the I'oi Terror WhmfftH, th lion
Warning filter, a number of menbera of the An
clrnt and Honorable So lety of Unmitigated ttoo
honi, and on or two military mn who bad
fo'trht with Mr. Filler outalde th breaatworka
"Dlnnor la errted " announ e1 a etately bat
ler and th gueata went Into the oak pan. lad
dining room The table waa bright with the rare at
of cut ait 1 Venetian glaaa, old china, ancient
plate and flow era.
After the wjUri came a delicate Maine nf eel
ery, and wlt'i .. waa aerved an old and partlcu
larly fine ajutrti
A the waiter tilled th glauri or th Hon.
Vr Whonfolt and tha Hon Mr Killer they were
ibeervel tc enhauge meaning ajUncea Mr
Tiller grew .ery ted and Mr Whoifeii rerched
aroiind to hla roat-UU pocket an I produce 1 a
ahull phial With a deft and d ex t roue mo.
mint, betokening long ractlcr, be poured the
t omenta of hla glaaa Into the phi a., corked It,
hdattly wrote the date and o Ittr memoranda
tn th whit label, a died It at one uf the
nax oanJIes or th. table and then Aroi Once
more the Hoi Mr Killer and the Hon Mr
Who ft It, exchanged giant n
"lo )uur whole duty fearlessly," crlod the
Hun Mr Killer
"I will," AM the anawer aa the lion Mr
VVhoafell drew from bla walalco&t pocket a po
liceman's whistle aul blew ft long and ahrllly
The gureta arot In ounaiernatloa, but Mr.
SVhoafelt prang to tha door and placed hla
broad con toy back agalnat It.
' lon t move for your Ilvei," be yelled 1
command you In the name of the lntv '
Aa they aink back It) their plates, pale and
irrmbllnx there was beard a tramping of many
ft ft outalde and thr next moment a equ-id of re
n e p)llr ma rebel In
"alt tbem. cried th Hon Mr W'hojfclt
"1 hav th evidence of their darmlng guilt tu
my ticket W'lne haa been given nwty here on
the hoi Sabbath"
IJeTrn When a reporter for "Th Rvenlnn
World ' ca'Ied at the ore of the Hun, Mr Whoa
fell with lb abo. exilting mory this moinlnu
h was rccel.el with a tolJ an I luujhty smile
"Iber muet b (in mistake," bj11 th Hon
Mr Whoafelt. as he slant el or tb eUry
'Thar wasn't any each dinner Thu re it no su '
phial There waa no aautern It la all a mhor
able II anl the man who wrote It und. to-da
as a worse criminal than any In this city alnc.
b t prohibiting, th aatlng on Sunday ot ap
plea from which tha elder baa not bo extract!
went Into efftct."
T1IIC SUM1AY rHAI)I510.
When lately Darchua wandered
1 think 'twas Sunday last.
To ae what uiurtal were about;
He tlood. Indeed aghaitt
There were 10 aching bead or haartaj
to one waa eea milltw,
No midnight aongt, no morning amarta,
No "Jolly good old fellow 1"
No "Auld t.ng Syne," no "hip, hooray,"
Petptte the genial weather,
No "dear old pala " for sooth to ey.
They eaullnt drink ifgetherl
There waa no IrUh usijebau(X
No Tokay aherry. pvrt.
Not even Wele'.man'a cwrw da
Or any other tor 1 1
No one could ask a friend ta Slat
(It really seemed too alllyt).
Unless b loikeJ up all the wise
And tblrt.d--wm nillyl
And there wer sermons on lb street.
And warnings of tht morrow.
And every man one changed to meat
Had donned a garb of sorrow
"Great Jovtt and baa It come to talsT
Ball lla'cbua "by thla token,
I'm off to ny abode of pllia '
H took ferry w llottoktol
UA TOI CHE HANCOCK.
HALF A UOZ.KN JOKES.
In day of old.
When nlarhts were cold
Aol babies a yard of mouth unfurted.
Ma uted to rise
And wipe her eyet.
And the hand that rked the cradle waa
The hand that roked th world
Now when our young
At n'ghi give tongue.
Tat J t""' J .jrlelj
For ma need s ep
UC 1 t .n t ep
For the hnd that gui'es the blcv 'e ts
Th tand that gMIdet the worM
rpof of u.
Conduct 'r Hid I get your fare
rauenyer I guera so 1 didn t ae you ring It
jp ror the Company Koxbury Gaiett
Strd lllil ut GroTT,
He fwed the wtnl and thoufh there cam
Doth rain and tunny days,
II toon dlaovired that the wind
W'aa mUhty bard to riHe
t'ulnipro ccl Metlinda,
Afrer a dltcharga of lage re vol veil, which
Oiled ih pastengera with terror aud the air with
noise and the email of powder, tha train robbers
proceeded to forcibly empty the pocket of their
The porter loo&ta on,
"How crude!' was bla sola cotanent. Cincin
nati Coolrtr. ja
Mi: WHO CAItltV Olll MIU
The euhject of tho above iVcteh t Charles P I
McCarthy, Treaiurer of the New Vork Letter I
Carriers' Association "Mae," as he la famllUrlv
ralUd by the tos tn the fJeneral Post Office, waa
born In Ireland Feb 11, 1&65, and cam to this
country wit, hla parenta when two yeara of
tie II received an c Juration In St. Jamee
parochial school, and was appointed a letter
carrier March 22, lt87 He Is deservedly popular
with bla fellow postmen and all who know blm
SOME GIHLS AM) OTHERS.
rolblea find Chnrtim of (lie Fnlr Sex
In Prone mid Verae,
To th Editor
What am I to do? Am In love with a blond
t)pewrlter wboso amlle la like the beaming bun
and eve aglow like diamonds 1 waa lot rt
tint sight with me, but I hav a rlial, which If
tb only "cbitarle to mar my happluese I be
lleve he la scheming to outwit me at every point
llo meets tier on the way from tmtlneis, and they
arc Jolnti by a frlenl of hers, whom be pretends
to like a great deal The eirl are inseparable
companions and alxo gnat ta ken. They kep
blm I nti rested until they get to their elation
This rival Is a friend of mini, but I begin to
detpUo him niw He Is known aa a "Jollier
annng the girls, bit I believe be Is aerlous In
this cat. It causes m great worrlraetl of mini
Ad.lc aa to bow to beat this ban deceher at
hU own game would be appreciated by
1" 8 II paya great attention to both at parties
and sociables, but fawn the blond mostly,
Sonaj anil Mnicr,
To tht Editor:
1 taw laat night, a fair, sweet fac
Aglow with warm and tender feeling!
A brow whoa whiteness bore no fac
Of worldly car, and orb mealing
from clearest dipthi of darke.t blue
Th light to guileless yiuth belonging I
A form round which In pleasing view
A thousand gtrllih charm a wer thronging.
I heard last ulght, a rer eweet volea
Ring out In melod) ao tender.
It bad the burdened soul rejoice,
And or th accn shed ut.dlnmed tplendor
A at m pie strain, but ob. Ita power
Called from the past bright drtarxi ta greet rct;
I lived again the Joioua hcur
Whan c her lhed tones rang out aa sweetly.
Oh, winsome maid I oh, child of tongt
'Though all thing la b sadly fleeting.
Thy memory pure a'lall linger long.
And thought of thee find welcome greeting.
Th yar may grlefa aod tor row a bear.
And bopes I prist may .anlah fleetly,
put In my heart the 11 echo er
The tender attain you aang so sweetly
John T. McNally
Can Support a niryclr, bat Mot n
To tbe Editor
I hae Leen keeping romrny with a oung man
for several eart and hae teen engactd for over
a ear His eicute his been all along that be
ld not have mtey enough saved to furnish a
tome for me to I have tten patient and waited.
Von 1 am twenty two jeara old, 1 have a step
mo ler, and my home la not very pleasant, aud 1
. culd like to gt married, but he ke-pi putting
ine off from time to time with th ane excuse
be iannot furnlah a home He hat bought an
upc al.e tic. le anl nets a prett) fair a1ar.
Now he wants me to atk my fuher to furnish a
homo for u-, ui.u .Inn re will uarr me rtcat
tc 1 me what in uk J h m ae I nm t,,uiiiod
to ask m; fai'-icr to Ji i a tint r
Wituf no(li(.r Striiifct to Hn- Uoit.
To th- C liter
1 am a joaig gtrl a id I bad an admirer but
I ue.er ke t tettj ccaipany wb blm New I
ould like to yet acquainted with a joucg n.n to
take me n rla es ef amuiemnt fr th winter
I kiow quite a number of outig nita Duett I
to encourage anj of tbeta or uat ti ree If the
other one turns up? KITTY lUUONC
When n Ctrl Tlrat Tails In Lot.
To the Editor
1 am a girl cf nineteen and am very anxious lo
lno.v bow a glr. feels when she Is In love, and
what 1 lo, and bow she abould act to her first
New brighten. S. 1,
Thry Paint Her lu.cr lllack.
To the Edltort
I am a young girl with a cpot'eis reputation X
am In love with a mn who la te.cral yeara my
arnlor Teopl paint htm black but I do not be
lleve that he Ii aa bad at they paint blm. Ad.li
m what to do nick to htm Ilk a poroua plaster
or abake hla Itk a mat
DRAMATIC NEWS AND NOTES.
Inatnncca of Sbort-SlKhtedneaa In
Act urs An liapeeted Failure
Which Didn't Ue'cur.
The ehort-slghtedneas of the actor,
who can see nothing In a pirt beyond
the mere lines that It contilns, came
very near prevci.tlng the production of
"A Social lllghwatnan" ut the Oar
rick Theatre otie of the most successful
productions of the season, As late us
Thursday, before the first performance,
E M. Holland Informed W. A. McCon
ncll that ne would nut appear as the
thieving valet of the thief. "All I have
to do Is to move furniture and pour out
Alne," said .Mr. Holland "and I'll bo
hangej if I'll do It. You can go to tiny
dramatic agency and ,'Ct a utility man
tn play such a pirt. It's undignified,
and I won't dJ It." Mr. McConnell In
sisted, however He told Holland that
the actor had nothing at stake; that the
success or failure of "A Social High
wayman" it otud affect Manslleld, and no
boil else. He talked so plausibly that
C M, Holland succumbed, and the re
sult Is known. After the performance
.McConnell, who Is a humjrlst as well as
an agent, ntnt behind the scenes and
railed Holland. "I can't see," said he,
"why an audience tan bo so ridiculous
to n'le curtain calls to an uclor
whose hole erfort has been to moe fur
lutiie and pour out w.ne Ilea ill New
Yoil: theatre goers are exceedingly in
aitl tic lit tl acting doesn't count It's
tht furnlturc-mowr.s und tho wine-pour-is
who i; t the applause " Th.s rather
ll'iurttl llu.lar.d, and lie- a as silent Tho
rol he p.ajtd, to the hn j-peneneeJ and
lo the nctur, woult certainly not have
suggested the sin ces-s that It haa made
There ale other Instances of tlnrt-fight-rd
nctors besides llo. Und. Years ago,
when "A I'arlslin Ituinancn" was first
p 'sound th it iidmlmhlu olj actor J H.
tSiuililnid pon. lively refused to plij the
pot of Ii iron t'l.cvrlnl "I appear us
that old simpleton spilling wine over
the guists at the suppei tuble? Nevtr!"
erle Htoddud, Tin part was given to
.Miinstli hi, who was then gett.ng ii'i u
neelt, and evtr since that Manslleld has
been a star Tin part gave him the
veij opportumtj he reeded Look at
W II. hompson Ills pilncipal hits
were made in the character sketchis ho
lnttrpreted for Chitleti l'tohinan,
Thompsjn objected, und now well, now
he Is plating a cheap part In a cheap
melolrama a pirt that tha average
actor would cons'der great.
Talking of "A Social Highwayman,"
nobody believed that It would be a suc
cess In fact, ull arrangements were
made to put "A Man with a Past"
back the next night. Then it would
ha to been announced thnt: "Owing to
ii con net that stipulated a forfeit of
JSe.uuij.cflO If 'A Social H'ghwayman' were
not produced, the piece was plajxl
Tuesday night. 'A Man with a rust,'
however, was wlthdtawn at t lie very
acme of Its pi asperity, an! will be re
sunifd." That'll what would have hap
pened A-rflt In, the Irony of fate com
pels the Hollands to leave the Garrlck
Theatre iit ns success had followed
failure. ModJeku Is due there nt
Monday night, and nobody can possibly
pi event her taking possession of the
house. The Hollands will do nothing
but "A Sielal Highwayman" on the
road, and Now Y'oiker.s will tee them
ln the play Bhortly at the Harlem
Ariel Hunev, who Is managing "The
Globe Trotlel company for L. U. ltlce,
telegraphed to ltlce the other day:
"Pomp-iny refuses to play unless jou
give them something" And Mr. nice,
with a fund of good humor that was
worthy of lloyt, teegraphed back:
"Give them my kind regatdB."
Mommer Kendal travelled all the
wav from Hull lo Lnndoi the other day
to "ste her daughter, Mnrjaret Grlm
ston, mairiid tn Charles lldward Han
oi oft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft.
The marriage recnllid the awful fact
that Margaret was twentv -live awful,
lecHtisf. p ns nome- list iomrr i.'nn
dnl herself must be nt least twenty-live.
The aetiess wns "richly uttirtd" In
pilest mauve moire, tLlleved with cream
covtred lace. Sho also wore a hood
shaped bonnet, similar to that she ap
peared In in "Lady Clancarty," and
pearl nnd diamond ornaments. Mrs.
K" i mini gave her guests a reception at
her home In Portland Place a resl
rl ..i ... loireim.. o t i t rt' dollar
and ns soon as she had seen the joung
couple olT ror Italy she returned to the
provlm s, to play twenty-four year old
(.ii t in t -one- ear-old
heroes of her husband.
The Hivirlan peas nits who are to ap
pear nt the Metropolitan Optra-House
to-n'ght swaimed about upper ltroad
wav Satuiday. They wote the 11a
vii bin costumes thnt look so strange
among the new-fangled up-to-dute garbs
of Amerlcins. Thev seemed to enjoy
the nuveltv of the'r surroundings, nnd
wore so vaatly Interested In the coble
cars that some of the passers-by
'mairlneil thst they would meet an un
timely end befoie they had a ci.ai ce
to act In America.
Tina sEi.K-.rvi:iiTisia young
(Air sunn by Groien3r In "Pitltnc. ")
If rou care to cut a ihln. In tht atlt-aavortlalng
A. a roan of r-'nlo. rr,,
Tou rrn.it dlfiouua llliout ium at tt, moral
With a high in I muhtr air.
Tou mutt t, a midnight proiUar, aaarrhlnt tor
the Ik4 grawler,
Or to catch a drotsty cop;
AKhiurh ou ro hut a aham, rcu mult act tha
f.-.Jt I AM,
AnJ uet-r tke s drjy.
Tacn ocry on, olll aiy, at you n your moral
"If h.'a iiltitlcd with a Sunday that ta dry.
Which certainly doe, not ault m,.
Why, a hat a most iarttcuUrly good youoi man
Thla good young man mult btl"
Then t , eloquent tn prala, of th, Puritan,' old
Wi'ch hae, long alnc, paaaed away,
And devlara to .v'ry roan that th, ruahlng ot a
You oMe'Te lth deep dlamay.
Of court, ycj ivlll pooh roh tha notlona of tht
Who lt"i yoa don't quite agree.
Declaring they ar. rllo If they don't approve
nd from tllua las would fce frei
Uut t.ie Pemot'uta will cry, aa they think of
hy and b.
"If he loepa en In hit hlgslf moral e'.raln.
And pro lalmt h'a woidreu worth,
Hla wlnre will a-rn tc aproullng and hell fly
to worlJt above,
For he a far too kool for enrih"'
N. A JCSNINGS
mi nmuit.vi.LV ;i:is inr.itK.
"An up-to-date young man."
The Umpire Mghtitoivn,
This nlghtgovn Is suggestive some
what of the Empire style, with Its deep
belt of embroidery, although the shape
of the large collar Is decidedly an
For the Complexion.
It Is often a mistake for a woman to
use certa.n face lotions because they
seem lo agree with and Impiove the
skin of some other woman. A dry sk.n
requires one Kind of treatment, a very
oily skin another, and even the differ
ent features of the same face different
treatment. A frenchwoman thinks
thnt our countrywomen ure slow to
remember or think of this d (Terence.
She says: "If the skin be of good quality
on all the face, with tho exception of
the nose, a'nd the latter secretes too
much oil, a bath with a sponge dipped
,n borax water w'll keep the no.se ln
better condition, while the rest of tho
face would be Injured and dried by
AIith Heady to Dicker.
Many years ago, In Central Maine, n
man started out to sell o.lcloth table
covers throughout the country nt CO
cents a cover. After travelling all day
w'lhout seit'.rg one a happy thought
struck him Ho would charge SI and
tako half the pay In cast-off shoes.
The result was people Imagined they
were gcttlnp some return from the.r
old shoes nnd 'hero was a general tan
sacking of att.es, nnd table-covers went
like hot cakes. Hut tho old shoes? Well,
wherever he found a conven.ent holo
bes de the road, out of sight, he pulled
up his cart and dumped the lot.
One-fourth pound of butter, one cup
of pulverised sugar, one cup of sherrv
wine; cream, sugar and butter, add
wine little by little until all Is In. When
ready to servo hava milk boiler on
stovo with boiling water under; put
sauce In the top. It must he served as
soon as taken from the fire; put In a
Thla column ta open In eiTrybudy uho hot a
itwiiioi' to mole, a ffricrunce to icihAife, in
itmiuitioa tn y t, a tuSiitd of onieral inUrrii ,
Ititcutu or u public acnut to uchiovUit'jt, and uc
tin put the idtu into lt tAart 100 twnt Lvni
t'ttrt caiiiiot be printed.
All Hall the I to turned Mght Stick.
Tu the Cdiioi
1 waa very much tleaaed to re In the evening
tiltllci ot Tile Wurld of the tJJ Inst, where the
Capiain of the Can Tluuj-nfih street Sution
was told by the Commlsalonera lo turn hla men
out with night etlcke It la Impoaalble for a
r-iltceman to compote with a crowd cf jouns
hardened fellow a wlthiut having aomethlng like
s night etlck In hla hanl The bill) ihat S ipi
1 rue, recommen ltd when tw took the n ghi atrk.
away la too aev,r; a policeman doeen t want to
be breaking peoule'a bead., but when be seta
Into troubla with a crowj he muit retort to the
b.lly or bla rerolver Now pit n ght attck de
away with all that, tor these tough young fel
lows don't want to come wlthlu reatli of the
night stick Vth.n they era congregated on the
corner and tee th, policeman en poet with hla
night atlck tn hla hand they doa't wait until he
gela up to them Thay make the remark. "Here
be cornea witb that atlck." and they go cf their
n accord The.e are other d. atr.ru where the
n ght ttttks are juit aa badly wanted aa they ar.
In the rhlriy-nttl U t.ricl Takt the Pan Hand
leri of the Seventh Precinct, tht Corleara Hook
crowd of the Twelfth Prtclnct and tl. crowd
ot Italians In Little Ita)), or the Twenty-eighth
rreclnct. for Inatance in then, dlitrlcia the
eight sllcka would be rtr good to euiprese dis.
order at time. rATr.OUMA.N
The Heartless Flippancy of a Con
ductor, To tht Editor.
I have been riding on the Third aeeoue aurface
read for ten year, and never waa Intuited until
to-night. 1 cut jl a car and patted up to tho
mldllt ot it to Hand Thcrt were othert near
tbt door that wire In tht way of everybody but
tbe condJCtol Lever tald a word to tl.ctn, but
cam, to in, and 'old me to pau up to tbe (rim
I would not mot. any further, aa 1 v aa ojt of
evertbody'a way aad other were better able to
move than 1 vca 1 being lame 1 toll the ccn.
du:lor I woj.d ttaul where 1 waa He atket nt
if I waa paaiwl to the apo:, and tald more, to
which I raid oi attention Dlt he hal better
oeware, foi ht may te lamo ulme,f aomt day
and then he will (eel far thoto he bat lnulrd
When a lady haa to atand all da at wora ar.d
ta lama the doe. rot feel like mj.tng all ov,r
the car eteiy tone a rastenjir gela on, and I
waa In iivbody a mj F GOV'EltXCTT
Policemen nii.l Tvtii I'islols.
To the Ldltor
I ineut) an attempt u thjt a n-vd d,s
by ' c-ne r the F'nut " 1'. e l. .n , oil .trim,
near .Senile A. end tre thooter ma a roui'd" i.an
of .he I'uuilccnth I7ec!m To a ar w ,li, he
iial in pliiol of hla or n to iu had ,o burro
o'j oon a eiloon.ketrir He f 1 ftio aha
w th to effect, and then tad to ret alio her
p.' -il den an. ther ijlwn ki,"r lie Ur-J Jie
1 'ta out ot that plr.ol at ihe ilif tut lila aim
n bal an the d-s lial to t.. uait with
rial I think It la Ugh tine for tho PolU,
i omm.H oscra tr i.l. m ,anl and iccli wme
of the Cnett how ta ue a p.a.ol A CITIZEN.
One of the lleutlludes of Single lax
To the Ullio
Stepftn Dell eaj In y-i.r litut of yetterdiy.
the Sith. that Ml Kaplan't Ignorar-t of palltlcal
economy make, hltn tired While J di not know
anything about Mr K 'a knowledge cf po'lMcal
teouamy, I beg to remark I can can act from
Mr It's letter that he know a it all an yet
a few thlcga ht aaya puiitca mt wh.ch I hatton
to nay na dojbt puta mt Ii tht tame boat with
Mr K. Speaking of tha faetcra cf production, ha
aaytl "Wt thus te, that production It divided
Into rent wages ana lntar.it Aa Incrtta
prcdticttea etnuld tatta a harmonious lncr.aa.e-
" J 1
pretty china pitcher and send to tha I
table with tho pudding. J
'ln fJovriis tn lie Worn. I
A pretty tea gown always appeals to a
woman's heart and senso of beauty, and
tea gowns are to be worn the coming;
ee-iFon more than ever. They will be
mado largely of the soft light serges
and cashmeres both of which hang ln
lovely folds, and neither of which get
stringy. A soft lining Is necessary, but
It should never be heavy. Although
some ot tn doue gonns are minus
trains, It Is nevertheless a fact that the
Ideal house gown Is nlways trained. If
a woman Is short nnd dumpy the train
adds dignity Queen Victoria Is almost
absurdlly short and broad, measurine
barely live feet, but she adds six Inches
to her apparent stature by always wear
ing lmmcnse! long trains and by carry- v
lng herself with dignity.
Flowers for funeral offerings ar.
ciftenest now snt loose In a box, aet
pieces being Justly regarded as stiff and jpj
painfully suggestive. Wreaths are still
used but thiy have become so full as
to have lost the hollow of the centre, j
nnd are, Instead, a round mat of flowers.
Something different tn flower design,
for these sad occasions Is the oval
wreath of which one side Is made
rolldly of ferns and leaves, and Oi.
other half as solidly a mass of flowers.
Choeolnte? Cnftfnrtl Tie.
Lovers of chocoiate in any and every
form can make tills addition to a com
mon cusiard pie. Iicat one egg to a
stlrT froth, then add pulverized tjgar
nnd grated chocolate with one-half tea
spoon extract of vanilla; spread thla on
top pf the pie und let It harden for a
moment In the oven Or you may pre- I
pare it In still another wav. Put th.
chocolate tu a basin on the back of th.
stove and let It melt (do not put any
water with It), when melted beat one
egg and some sugar with It; In the latter
case It will be a regular chocolate brown
In color and In the other a sort of gray.
Itusslnn Crenl-Cmils for Women.
In the matter of coats that are In
tended for protection against severe . (
cold It Is rumoted that women are m
fcolng to button themselves Into great fgl
Husslan cut overcoats of cloth, lined llTaH
throughout with costly fur aid finished SjgaW
with fur collar and cuffs. If this Is 60, BaH
what's to be done with all the lovely ' '
fur capes invested In last season? They
certainly can't make over Into Russlin
greatcoats. Yet from this reflection
women should not despair, but comfort pj. a
themselves with the pleasing certainty n
that lots or women won't button them- H
selves into such greatcoats, but will H
wear pretty capes of American cut- SH
One pint of flour sifted with one tea
spnonful of baking powder, a little salt.
one egg, one pint sweet milk, beat well.
Hake eitilclt In huttered gem pans. Try
them; they are splendid.
all three factora " go Mr n. thlnka that unit.
a normal condition of thlnga, whtn th, alngle
tax machinery woald be In full blaat and every.
body knew political economy aa ht know. It,
that beauiltul thing called Intereit would In- a
creaae. that worm that eata and feeda on things
prolutel wou il b- Imrta.cd "harmunluujiy wlt'i
production and wages." Tbe butlnesa man flgurca
the Intereit he hat to pay out an expense, and
cula and keep, wagea down ao he can inak, a
profit above it, the landlird a.Uj It, like all other
expenaea to the ,ent, and those who work ana
produce muat pay It, So thla la on, of the
bleenlnea to be tncreated when we get thla cure
all working v, N, p,
Uor Cigarette Walloping.
To th, Editor:
A little by,
A matrh wherewith to light It
A puff, a hum and 'hen a smile.
Oh, ht wax quite delighted.
A llttlt boy
Against a K-nee to ateady him ht stoet. .
A moan, ga
A groan, JSJ
And then , you know, JH
And die h. thought ht would agBVJ
little boy MM
t'pco a knte, with face toward! th, door. H
A belly etUli, W
A mighty band.
There wanted nothing mora
To com Inc. that boy
That h, wae wrong,
In uung lobatio. J, .
Spunked Wives, Wake Upl
Ta tbe Editor. aa a -
A word to "L'nhappj" anl tht other ipankal ga 1
wlvea Show tbe marlta of your huaband'a cruel J I
ty to one or more douore, to aa to hav. wit- 1
neiaca. aa you cauaot txpoa, them In coart A
man cannot force bla wife to lite with him. it
)ou leal, your huabaud, re'urn to your father It !
po3'bt. Keep the tnalrument of torture to ba
exhibited In court. LK.u t be afraid to go to
lawjera and doctor, without money. If one won't
help jou another will. Act at once. Don't de
grade your womanhoal by auch humiliating alar- i
ery. Ha e jou no aelf-rcepect?
a lawver's wira.
Oh, hut the As cruse Olrl I Mean. i
To the Ldltoii
I rate real with eome amuaement the letter I
alaned "Prcken-llearlM ' and with to tay ta Vxttx!
tlm that I hi a atnicwhut almlltr experience, fSJ
b't. unira b.m, thlnU I tan ghe her up. For l
downright unadjheraied, up-to-date perndy ant l
ri annena g.ie n'e one of the average glrla of
tht period Thst tho jouie man mutt ahow a ,srT
roll la correct. It oi (Ln't, Ju.l natch them
let cranky Just make a date wlLh one and aak
her to taite a wall, Ine eat of tiding her to soma
tl'oatrt and eey hat a ep.cndl llluitratlon of
wounle.) feeling, an leeileli woman )ou will
have on jour haul. Moat of them think It la
-i divine rUht w.ilcli ihe iubcaa to bt enter
Uih.d i) ttu fillies' ll.n.t of i lelr own Heat.
Mjlt of tbem hue no r.-earl whatever for th.
freltngx of o'h- a ar ihtir re e itricnt will crop
out In the ntix. un.Vi.-bUd way. p oyattj on ac
tount e' lerliRtJedie-a wan. if aenta anl re- '
Intrunt ail rueal i her aitr Hutea that email
Iralr. ara heir to belect audi frltuda of th. J
la r -fx iron ar n- p.o.'le i.f tln:r feellngi d
i.ul re la the advice 1 oftr. the no. at aa
Hurrj'a t oilo of lloncat.
To the Editor
In answer to "Cspetant." "Why Are Heopla
Dlshjucs:?' I try to say tint many time It l
happens when yoj aro hoieil you get no thank . B
for be'ns ho I croned the ferry frou Drooklyn H
one day and i-a.y a part., a gentleman,! auppoied, k
drop ro.l cf blilr. lo uhlch I tilled hla attea tU
l.oa. D d be than me? No And ther ar
othera r.ho bar done the same Not;, It X
flnl anything and kbow the party worthy, ha
ahall hate It tick, providing be prove property.
The party I refer to looked and rpokt at tbougli i I
1 hal been tht cause of hla dropping tbt aaat.tr. I i
HAr.RV TAHKCH. aJeWtUS. il