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1 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30, 189.";. fi ! I
u. CABLE'S PUNK ROAD.
Pavement Will Not Bear
J Broadway's Big Wire Rope.
IT WEIGHS NEARLY 80 TONS.
Heavy I'lank llondnur Slant lie
Constructed friiin Hip North
Bl-rrr for m Mile.
The talk of moving the SO-ton spool
of wire cable from the pier at the foot
of West Fifty-first street to the Broad
way cable power-home, Seventh avenue
nd Fifty-first street, did not begin this
morning as had been expected, and a
crowd of several hundred which had
fathered to witness the molne went
I The spool Is 'he largest ever made In
tho world, and contains the longest sin
gle lenfrth of wire cable ever made.
Neither the Cable Company nor Thomas
McLarnon. the man who has chaise of
the moving, propose to take any chances
The shocking condition of Fifty-first
treet where It approaches the dock
was mainly responsible for the delay
I 4 this morning Theie are ruts several
inches deep In the worn-out pavements,
and as a result It became necessary to
lay planking all the w ly along, not
merely to lay timbers, but to put down
a regular heavy plank road; otherwise
the wheels of the truck upon which
the spool rests would sink Into the
The work of laying th s planking will
begin to-day and It Is figured that at
least three da.s will be consumed !n
taking the cable to the power-house.
The distance to be covered Is fHe cross
town blocks, nearly a mile.
The new cable, when placed In the
power-house, will run the tar from
Fiftieth street and Seventh avenue, to
i Ninety-sixth vreet and Columbus ave-
f nue The actual nrl;hi of the cable Is
144 700 pounds It would requ're more
than fifty horses to draw It, so Instead
of hor&es steam power will be used.
FIRE IN A HOTEL
Am nit-ctrlo Wire Creates I-melle--ne-nl
In the t'oain-ipnlltan.
An electric light wire set fire to the
rcof of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, at
j t Chambers str-et and West Broadway,
JM v early this morning. It cccutrid Just
IBrJt over the quarters occupied by oham-
HJn bermulds. They became excited and
H rushed down stairs, tumbling over each
JVY other In an effort to reach the street.
1'ollccman John Klley saw sparks
coming from under the cornice of the
Chambeis t.trel side of the building.
He told Proprietor Wlldey, who was
ftafc In the lobby tulklng to guests. The po-
I llceman took the elevator and went to
I the top floor, and woke the servants.
k They tumbled out of bed and shouted
, and screamed. The (tollceman was
-" Joined by another otllcer, and the two
made a tour of the hotel and aroused
Engine Compuny 27 ran a hose to the
roof. The file was extinguished In a
Most of the guests dressed themselves
and remained In the'r rooms, but a
, few of them went to the lobby until tho
' lire was extinguished. Hie damage Is
DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH HERE
, Arrangements for the Vnmlcrlillt
Wcililliiu i:iiei-teil Hliortly,
Tho jounir Duke uf Marlborough,
1 who Is soon to marry M'ss Consuelo
Vanderbllt, daughter of Mr and Mis
William It. Vanderbllt, returned to this
city yesterday after a trip through the
East with Sir rt'crs-Wilson, of tha
Canadian Trunk lines
Tho Duke 1- at the Waldorf, which
pluce he left ear y In the morning for a
stroll through tho l'nrk
It Is said that the deta'ls of h's mar
riage to Mis Vanderbllt will be speed
i .1 1'rof, Bell niul l'blng Mavklnea.
Prof A O 1111. Inventor of the K.ephone, ar
rived from i:rope yesterday on the Hourgoirne.
Prof Hell believes the filing machine in be prac-tlrshl-
end meins 10 puMU1! a treatise on the
I subject. He alio iin Hie perfect horreleas cjr-
Av & rlagu will be In.e.iei b) en Anier.ean. end
4 -mean il'e feasibility of blcde to be norked
JL ".& t) bone-power
arfM za - m
Ha Mas. Winm-iu's -outturn -vai'r 'orelil!.
?jf dreu tcfthln; lithe fmull bieefncii r. 25-.
B . The Ilnlf-Mllllon (iuarnntee Pnge
Pl ( enrrlcs an nilvertlsplhenl farther
' than any other medium on earth.
TO COOK BY ELECTIUCITY.
The Fifth Aienne Hotel's Chef Will
Preside In the Kltrhrn.
The Electrical Luncheon and High
Tea, of whlcn Mr. t.ucien I., llonheur
Is the manager, and which will be given
at Madison Square Qardcn, Oct. 11,
for the bc'iicflt of "Toe I.ven.ng World's"
Christmas-Tree Fund, promises to be a
novel and attractive affair. All the
cooking will bo done by electricity, and
the chef of the Fifth Avenuo Hotel has
prepared a menu and will preside In
the kitchen. Tho following New York
ladles have consented to act as patron
esses of the luncheon and tea:
Mrs. wm I strong Mre bonis riant.
Mrs Jar.b II S MS Mm A Simon
Mrs Clurlea II rr- n Oeo !:. Wartnt. Jr
hurst Mrs Cons ant de He4on
Mrs. J n nioomlnglale. Miss WavJell
Mrs De Witt Sellaman. Miss E Vincents Wej
Mrs li 1 Lutsln eell
Mrs Ueekman De Per- Miss Pttlenhoefer.
Her Mrs T Spejer.
.Miss n Slimn. Mlra De L'ira.
VI ra rha- K Podia. Mrs t. Kirn.
Mrs A. U ! tece. Uliu Marr I- Dt Fire.
Other names will be added to this
list, as Mr Bonheur has wr'tten to a
number of ladles and expects favor
nb'.e responses from them in a few
days. The following Is the menu for
the luncheon and tea which will begin
at 1 P. M. and last until 10.30 P. M.:
Mock turtle. bouillon a la Modern
Ollvea. Celer. Tomatoes.
I sammon boullll eiuee Portugalse
rillet de boeuf a la Financier
Val au Vent de t'erdrejux n la suprem.
sorbet a la Cardinal
Galantine d Dlnd ala Bellefus.
Tate de fjle gras a la Straubourg
Roaet Philadelphia chicken Lettuce.
. Victoria puddlns eauc-e Sabojan.
1 Jell? Mareiolne Bisque Tortont '
Petit fours I'ana de Rcsaa Gateaux Milan,
rtctuefort cheese Water crackera.
Panima tea. Huler'e cocoa Souchard chocolate
i D'Aquln's Orchestra will furnish music.
THE SICK IIAIIIUH' FUND.
two Little Fnlrs In tlrooklrn Thnt
Yielded (U Each.
Prtlouslr a-knoerledfed )3t,T71 2S
Pxlr. Berth Kaiser and other .,,.. 1 00
Fair, Annie borchera 100
Here sre returns from two fairs given
for the benefit of the Sick Babies' Fund.
Both were held by Brooklyn children.
To the Editor
Inclosed And SI, mr shr of th proceeds of
msll fair, which I bop wl'l make eome poor
child bappr. . AW'IE DOKCIIURS.
1039 Dean strt, Brooklyn.
To th Editor:
A fair wa held one dar for the benefit of flick
bibles' Pund by bertha Kaiser and Qusale
Belrrletn and we eueceeded In miktog $1. wbkh
e donite to the fund
B K., 233 Twentyslxth street, Brooklyn.
The llnlf-Mltllon tluarautee Pan
ells lloraiea anil Cnrrlnues.
I Dress Ueforni Colon j-.
Dr. Marj Walker, th old-time drese reformer,
has bought a farm of 13S acres near Oswego X.
Y, and Intends to foinJ ther a colony of
women The colen sts are to bind thems'lvea to
celibacy and bt.jomera. and will work the fam
like men. They must also ride horseback
Murs-'a Lost llrnld Worth R.I.
Jacob fctern. of 201 Broome ttreet, waa arresttd
Saturday night, charged with cutting off a pier
of one of Miry Dulgotf a braids and waa Qned
tv Stern totd the Miglilrate he was In lote
with Mary, and ahe had turned h m down. 11
wanted th hair, b atd, a a memento.
Funeral of Mm. Gerynne.
Mr. A. G. Owynne. who died last Thursday
at her horn. C5 West Sixty-eighth atreet. wis
burled from St. Francla Xavler'a Church to-day.
Mra Owynne had been married but six months,
and dleJ of consumpt'on Her husband la the
brother of Mra Cornelius Vanderbllt.
The llnlf-MIIIInn flnnrsntee Pngce '
Is a mine full uf ImiiiIiicns. .
CASWELL, 1ASSEY A. CO.'s) '
I evii i.miov or con i.ivnit oil
with i'i:i'si vmi iiijimm:.
Prescribed by physicians In preference to niters
bend for circular. 1121 llway, STS Slh Ate
tgv ' "It's Cruel
(fryy for them not to give you Pearline for
ljr your washing. Your folks can't know much
j?n- about it. My ! They could save their
( f money, and all your hard
I vA ff""" work besides. I'm than 1. ful
A 1 ( 0 the lady I live with is just
PA -TN. the other way. She
Ljfl I " 11 knows what Pearline will
Hi I . ifC ' ant sne 'vvan,:s 't-
'l y7 She'd never let me
I if I 1 yia 'ose my t'me trymj?
if 1 L- to Ket tnmfts clean
jl J yJ with soap and she
If lf.n wouldn't stand it to i
I ' I have her clothes all worn out
I J with rubbing, cither."
-1 m - Hr Tint's the truth. The lack
of Pearline comes just as hard on the mistress' clothes i
as it does on the laundress' back.
Its cures of torturing, rtisflmirlni;. hutnlll
itliitr hinuuis aio the tuosl woiidiilul ever
FoMttitcniphimnwewniU. rritlsh Atfott Ntw.
rv , Knl,lir .l , I one t roitliKl'0
Fall Top Coats,
Throckmorton Top Coats,
An I ne I h ilfiii n
Tlirnmrtmul must f(INIi mill rirrrul.
$0 80 to Jii '
at no rii .tioitiis.
.mr h !,
123 and 125 Fulton St.,
.Nrnr Nn-ei i si.
Ifl II . I M.i.l Nia mll ,lr
J. VnsLE.Y ItOSCS'yUKST Manager
Pfiii r ; -. i -i 11 m h in, i in
rnijuu A (l l(Mrl ,1 cali ,(,,
MATIVURj W:t)Nr.!IlAV ASIJ STIIU)Y
chauiscev1 o corr
111 thj iucce.tfu. comeiy dani.
iHr- 1R.. H AKTIif.
I!i:-It OI.CdTT MM!
"My I'eiulltul trlsh Mill" "Look In Mr Heart"
"Olco'l s Irian bereni le l Mjhjui lle-
Uee Me If Vll Th sl tnUir,ng Vounx c urms
1 i lr V v' I Hi A I Ml-, ,'li,l r..lsthsi
it-LIUL. 1 7 Mnlli'i"-uturlni- J. IS u4 3
l'llM'Is HI (l.
4th Week ml vu n ) llur m I sO.ipn,
Tin. mi. Tin,
BHOTW T'":"'": Ln5r.is
hill'.''"" I'VIIU'I'-S Mo II 11 It'
l.ven ngs at 8 -H Mat nee n at Z
til Til HWlLI I AN OI'I.'K -IIOI ill.
Till: I" A-ANi llll'' ' ' . I" NV,
miinr-T moM ciii.ii:ninn ni.r,UNV
Moi'ay i fit J'l ill Fu J Ja O i 1
tiik cnvirix cAUVfcii nr mm itir
I'opu.ar I'rlree bfats frum Zlt to ;t 10
Msf'.VV- f.;" I f 1 L,3 I
I.WDlnM1.l I aa-v as as
Tlicy ran't lLat Our (lame!
m; smki: ! its to iiitiini, si.-j.-iO,
llllur Inlliirs "iilu'l In It,"
O I IIM-II nl i l tl I Nivt1
inn in i: . i m , in in: 1 1 ii. ia
IAIMiO.N r.1 llll'l. I mil hi 4 11)1)11, 1, f.j
500 DiiTcrent DoMgns.
iVi-linml rscr I'listniiii r n I'liln il "-lull's
I3iii riiuii hi iniirljilit l.iiiiriiuti v l.ir
rlultii s in mi ar ntu 1 1 11 r
llIllllls 11 11I si i in, iiMiri'nirnt utililr
si nt on iipplii Hill, 11,
229 Broadway, opp. P. O.
Bowery cor. Broome st.
V 1 JJpf CH . LIMIisI 'llliM.
ImTV KKjjJtii in, nt 1 , 1 nhmt .,r,
liij LiKl'"r" sin l'"l in Hi. lit Mir
kVrtfC3 BB'V'l'"llllillslll'snrimii I 1.1 1. 1
aisY-f Kira""1 '""f "' iisihi.,i
nQVaHl IsVi.-n'""' luilrimii iii.iimiiI. isili'
KiVrSI EnX!''1"' ' "'tl'""l 1 liiutist I'll" 1 r
nriffrrKrSKl'-''nttn',"'M I'liwalo. nml
liflrJjJ'A""1'" "f lurtli ulnis liv I
The 46'" Street Baumaans'
I Unequalled Credit System
is such ns to permit you to outrun itnv iiml nil tlio coinfoits vou
nmy ivihIi on tiTins of
ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK
At Lowest Cash Prices.
Our Mnrli la Ihr tnrgrsl nml brst silrrtril In tlm rllr.
Furniture, Cnrputs, Ik'tldin, Lumps, J?uhy Ciirriuuni, Oilclollm,
Stoves, 1'ictiirui, Clocks, L'on teres, Crockery,
Tinware anil Luce Curtuiiis.
S. BAUHANN Si CO.,
733 to 73Q Eiglith Avsnue.
NORTHWrWT f'lllM It Ol' 4ITTII ST. IH'I.N -stTI'llllAV TILL 10 P. .11.
Hotels. I Amusements.
' ZAMIIII'ltrs labia it hole IT Kist ::t mar ' ,.,., ...., r,, . ,
llroirt,ir-Dinner 51 In. Inline lne. grou-il IJKJM Toil's) 58th Sti EaSt. OetWOen
flunr TSf . tlli; n Wtu. l tin ilrniis. nil his I '!"..'. ,",! ., . ol,',UJ,lt "olYVLtll
urcheelra villi lay every tuslit uurlng dinner, tm AI.1I I.. .M ai il l'il ihiimihi'v
ginning Oct 1 " "Ur 1 nililrillli- Nn 11 1 i .I'sltrls
! . liiii'Miarl'n Comic llfiiltmiiN,
Ot t ni nmy a tug jtiJ i unit 1. tp'uiu.i!
Fi HuOL Ot T AT 1 I'LKI'ltNTS CT 1
HeiUitrii (iv4y Or) TMij I11M Itarluw l!o mil
rivr 1 on, Jti Thornton Z t Trio (IMiiorrfn
Lttunrl Itr j DUniat A) nza Hntn Lity
On it'i.tM 'i other ItpAtntti mats irlnclial
) ' 'f nr li i0?ih ? "n 38th t
it fen 11 1 (ioi,Di:, tui 11 xs,
Hoi 11 i 1e r ir,M here
Eun'ajr Cm is at I. houl.'S 2.0 to II I' SI
IsTAMMItO TIII.ATIir. 1 It.. .IKU
J ''"I M.r I ''in sai t IV
THFCAPITnT A drums. In 4 vts
IflU' 111 1 IUL, In A'ira in. 1'i.niu
Alinill'tN TIIK.tTlir.-1slliiHe"s tnrtav.
11. in 11. ri If 'I ,,i , 1 r
THE GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY.
CIH l Mil 1 I III Mill. I os. 111 H .', M 1
H .M.' AU I . ""' thM
ITii-fii . I h Mi nrtrl 1 I V w Ynrk rnt
IIIVIVO H M"K TlirTK Ir.lng rl 16th st
l)(Mhg of Ihe im. Tt l.liAV ri.l 1,
4.1. l M..."
tieim llp-stri-, I Hurts) a I 11 , 7.ir,H 11
II IIJ..IIIIS. I i ',i, ,( j p. J ,U y
liVDENTAL. C O.
108 West 23d St.,
Corner 6th Avenuo,
DiratlF Next to Elri's,
988 Third Ave.,
Entrance Comer 52t!i St.,
i orpo-n i. iii.oiMiiM.ii vi, r. 111:0s.
- -ALSO Cl Il
Wo in m jiii lt I wi ii.rihc llirr
no lt hi 111 I i.iv tnr trt nun r tt c first
Jill 1 tit.'
Car-Fare Allowed Witi
100 Miles of Our OUce.
TIMS IS A BOXA-I'IDE 0FFI-R.
NOTE OUR PRICES.
One filling FREE
Full Set, best Quality, regu
lar price $15 56 00
Amalgam Fillings 50
18K Gold Crown Our Specialty. 3 00
Ni lisliut l.ll.il -rnilii titl iti'iiils i inipldVul
lml HII1111I ut with ii'ii iijii rutiir Ail wore
vuirrnnleit u nl keil lu reislr ienenrs.
Ol I'R'I! IIUUItH-hli.il. SL'M)AVH-1II lu 4.
M:V aOIIIC Ui:.T.tl. l-Altl.OIIS.
vk: i:m: Aioit.
No Muri linud m ili Uftiiiil CliMlr
lefflll (fttTet itfl U) Jijf m.tj a ttfliiiU Uij U1
nu t 11 urtjl vttulL Aj uj ui tin itaut.
AUiIUlflj lnlCta Nu lt $ piuUu llltf tetft lit
Ut- mr uisJwri ittvj luvr hi I iv n fi ir1
t tlit Nttt .urU Di'iitiil Inrlor"i .u4
f lifcrlult) ivtuinii vi) I t ten iittllii. b ll tl I'Al.S
Ll.S Ml MWlllItly (,llltl ).. III! I alllull ttt
u I- ! ' - ' ".. 'fl llu .1
I NAHIVS 1ILUUI.LU I U llrookl)n. N. Y,
J tudiitijii-i. j. u t. h ii Jtrntj it y
Thttte trt it n oil y dentil urlufi In .New York
I ttai ttu Hit (dtufit iisiii. an I ingrfJicnt
1 tj etr4-t Ail t-r a.'l .u J trown itnout tti
IfUHi trtl If I (nu it liini-r Niiti" Inn
K(utl'iiiiuil uriiilnntra iiiiiIo t-il,
itu I ti (I tr th lfH nt (tujj (wns
or tt?th wlthtiut plate. a sptruilv
MilinR". pjilnlttak U tjuirintce a nt
I or 111 juy tif. ua 1 uli anj ruu will fin t 1 hat
1 tit " i t mm ' omr mil tia otir
I'trih xtr ttl in lit tror Imt nl ho 11- li tn
ntu iil, wiMi new ooea lluuri, din, v to 6
buti.lny, ID to 4
htW YORK DEN'AL PARLORS,
r.-l Vel :lil !.. Opp Kim ilusee I
tiiu: 1:1. i:Aroit.
s8 BEsr Teeth $8
o rnor ikeJ oo mor takes utttri II aa4
II Kl lint imi II UJ up tvofu 400 up Oil
Crownt 1 f) rttrt.ttDt lie inu$ Wtt ,
uh t tt
l.MlMHK nP,TMi V Ul.flH,
Ki th .. eppoilt Micy't.
NO HONEY DOWN . I
M- YOU SAMSFY Ur. YOU ARE THE KKJHT PARTY. H
r linvo on 1 xli u.tli liln nnr 11I uiir sliinr 1 1 ilmis it imi;ilele:y Inrliisneat trM aaal
And In our nihfr almu lmlnn wi e-itil liU n m ra "InUir.itoly lurnlitioit UoH .H
I lat rotii pJrtc at H
Tllli IM Linns 1 tltri'TH, nil.t'l. otii, 1 UTUNs, (.'ttOC'U'UV. TOTB. aaal
I lilt I. II lll.lt l'A-11 Oil O.N llll 1 1:111 r AT A M.KJIIT AOV l.c'K. aaal
Below we append a complete list ot what we gvz in each Flat: H
$100." Flat. SISO.00 Flat." ,1
IMUIOtl. I'AHI.OII. 1 aH
1 l.fle'e iiln I'rm .in.e Halt. ' t!e-e ftra'atelle Parlor Suit. I aaB
1 l'erl I'late I'ler Mliror I Pur OI J H
I - i ,ri,r ui,ie Tsp.irr llru-el CarpeL X ftaV
I aee limp ' ' ' '"y I'irlor Table . H
Ta..lry n-uasets rsrnst. V. '-""P HJ BBH
I ratr l.i e ru'utai ' l'l" nl ,sM rrstneJ Plcto:. 1 VaS
I pair I'l.tures " 1-alrs of Lacs Purtslns 'iaaS
I ,.i.. ..,mi. vi, ' M'' ol111 3 piece tledruom SalL M BB
I (, .. "im ,"r, v""- I P'll Teathel rillon. aaTi
1 Pilr rentier I'llloss , MjrP 'affH
! ;""" 1 i .imrnriiMe STaV
1 Matirers , fnl ,, wrfc AtaTgfl
I- ."'..." . I "ik-l'rame I'lctur. l'jJbbI
Inirln I'arpet. 0i, Cnjlr KaTaS
1 lUJraom i hslr Ingram Carpet ABB
iiiMMi-itnini. oi.MNU-nooM. -aH
I 1's.l .iime til.nilon laole. s:lll oat ' ' ,0?,S?",1 "" K.",,"il" T''1' BH
4 Oik i 'is ra 4 nll nU tase Seat Ltalrs. i VsBTsVsi
lnj a ii 1'ari.et ' ": t'"'" I'lnner U JBaH
1 IC pleco ll.'n. Tea ;( ' Ff 1.1 ua'. SliicWuM. AisbTbI
risk hrame Picture 'd.Taal
UIIUIII'.N. lo.rala Caruet rSaH
IV. I!i, KITCIIRV. 'H
I i'.'nl Mil V. 7 nine. I Kltrhen TsM. 1 Bnltir. t 4BTaB
t Slnvel I 11 !Ur I Trsk.el!l I Slrilner I foil llsl 1 "hovel I Frjrlrg-Pan. I ove-lUl, 3bH
llres I Pan I I Pol I I'-ving-Pna S .ane 1 llr.ller. I Iron lucpsn I OilesnltM K.ttl, "iaaH
I'm' I '..nt' l.nili. I Cilmrlei I i,irn i I leak'lll I Teapot t Dishpm I llre.Jpail. t vJTsVsVsl
Driller l PiilHiigrjn I stive-Psu r.aimt q"P strainer 1 llrster 1 Laille 1 Tea Strata- 'MBVaV
I Hi kei l l not K tchrii Table I uiir'un I rske-Turn". 1 foU Pot t Kitchen Cualr. 1 .rVAVJ
Clair llllrl t, "limn Bautlin ,rlr,J,r nilcljth bB
We Ct-irrv Everything for Housekeeping:. ;jH
I'l'lIMTI III'. I'tHITTs. Ill l)l IN:, I, VI Ill's, IllllVt' VltitlAIJKH, OII.CI.OTnjJ. MaB
sim i , i'K'ti iii's, i.ticit-, im iiriuici:-. rlnicivi: iv, ittiK it). 4bTb1
.. .. i if run-, 1'imi mii: I i i.tri: run ris. JbTbI
Me Allots ilii ICiiiIi i.nil I ur li. nr lii I Oiit-ni. T nn I'lirrhiiier WITHIN TUB IJbbI
li lull -s Ol" l.lll 111 I, lis I lltllll ,Ni:, 'aOlt.v. N lH
J. & S. BAUMANN'S, l
8th Ave., Cor. 19th St. M
oim: kati'iiiiw i:i:.n imi until to o'clock. JIbbI
(iiiuil ..imrsnl Nrnls. Its nml oil (i'ti.
.1IA.IM' t WOMttY, I' I HIIAV, FUI.
IMV AMI -Altlilll V
MTVII .! i:t'IAI.TV lOHI'ANV.
P0LLIE HOLMES, A0D RYMAN,
THE RAY?, ETTA BERGER,
Tims. '.Ills i . Lawrence iV llnrrlnalon,
T it I iiiiiii'IIs, I'lt'inv 1,1'nIIi,
.WiiiiIiiuiii' ,V est. Feu rllis.
eil .IION'I II, DAI MFR'1'1" Nlhl R ls-
am t l:i:it, rALIilLno MniiK.'isat.
IcTr,'.. FLEUR-DE-LIS, "."T"
K0STER"l BIAL'S. MAT, SAT,
m:whs!hii:n i.himj I'li'Tinir.
t'l.AIIA WIIM.tMI. tllllS rSlsriMIM.
-. ii l.iiiMi.iisri'M Trnlii'l ririi in is.
Mi.YT UMA-iUAM) CO.SUIIltT.
TV A I V'C MHH "PIITT'"!?,
aVXHw JL J 1Ur JJur.u'. Nrrklsirr.
Lnst iimlnH aWVP's nv mid sntunlai nt '2,
Nsi w-ri. (nu m ii nsi i Atmi.n:i.
ATIIAVK. Till ATKI..
Sir II C MISI'll I'roprlelor and Manager
lilt. .NAT II :o.HM IN.
I.n.t Hr.l nl X (ill. H'llSOOl,.
On. T.-IIAVIO (iAKKIt'KA
At AIM. IM lll'.ilWH'. UlliM. .V Irs on i
- . I i It. it mi-iil I l.nllnnl )rliy line',
THE SPORTLNG DUChhSS.
.Ill Phlll'MC -II llultsi:-.
MAIS l A MAI. - l.U. H,
K.III'lUIJTIII'ATIIi:." U-".'ay i..uilist.
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LADY BIGGETO'S WRATH.
I Her JSTepIicw TVorJced Upon It to the Un
doing of Matthew Madder.
JCJSv HERE could be no
I .Vl. doubt -bout u-
IXJV IhlSl. -dy Rlesato
ifl was a very much
,'J "J5--. 'il lll-u-ed woman.
'. iW Perhaps. It was
nii J 1 nartly hcr own
Vfytfc'a . V fault. Perhaps
1"',V', -ho should never
7 " JmUf have been so
ml,'j nWhl foo.lsh as to
Itll V I wS ( marry Sir John
I'lr if' 1 UlKSeto, Itought
illi I nf to have been oh-
lI II. rVf vlous to her that
J. f ' "j "?' the baret was
. )rj!,-'Xj" - money. anJ that
' jrTtrV- " ,hls belnB th8
case there was
! no reasonable prospect of married
happiness between them. Cut. wher
ever the original mistake lay. every
I ounce of subsequent blamo attached to
Sir John: who. even If ho were unable
to love his elderly aiU commonplace
epouse. had. at any rate, no excuse for
neglecting her so shamefully as he did.
A Why. he was a;was an ay from home
H ' by himself. The number of business ap-
po.ntments that he had in London and
VHbM elsenhere ere legion When his wife
"" ' pressed him for deiai'.a anJ particulars,
ho Invariably grew easie. When sue
1 offered to accompany him, he emphati
cally declined to take hcr. He had
I I abandoned the Journeja altogether. Of
k cour-e this spoke for Itself. It pointod
il rto a disgraceful conclusion. 80 saU Lady
fi ULggeto. So said Lady B sgeto'J friends,
and so. Indeed, said all right-minded
persons who were apprised of it.
What made It norse in Sir Jolin Big
geto was that he nas by way of beim;
one of the elect. It was in this char
acter that he had ooed and on hlr
nife relict of a Crodon Alderman and
fellow-worshipper w th the Baronet at
the church of Trlnlty-ln-the-.larshes.
Trlnlty-ln-the Marshes nas serVed by
that evangelical light, tho Itev. Mat
thew Madder. The serious piety of the
Trinity - In - the - Marshes congregation
nas famous. Sunday after Sunday
they met and thanked God that they
were not as other men were. Elect on
shone In the eyes of eery worshipper
in Tr nlty Church. No ott'.cr temple
of the Lord In Lonaun held so many
absolute rever.lona In the Kingdom of
It nas the most scandalous, therefore,
that S r John, a member of Matthew
Madder's flock, should be behaving at
he nas In his private life. H.s spouse,
had serious thoughts of applying to
Matthew Madder himself, and request
ing that fiery servant of the Lord to
tackle her recreant husband. Home
cars ago she had adopted these tac
tics In reference to her nephew Tom
her onl) sister's only ch Id who had
fallen away Into flagltous paths, fre
quents music-halls and other vlc.ous
haunts, entangled himself with "scar
let omen" commonly known as ac.
tresses and generally disgraced the
name and the profession by which he
waa called. Matthew Madder took up
this ministry with Joy and accomplished (
HIS PHOTO WS TOO DARK.
When Svntiian Klclstimnn nbjrc-te.
lip Wilis Luckril Vis.
Louis rieishmnn. a seamnn on the
United Slates battlebhlp Maine, was
discharged In Tombs Court this morn.
Ing on 11 charge by Policeman Vaughan
of dlrottlerly lomluct
-''leishmun hail shire leave Sunday,
and In Pork Iton decided to h.e his
picture taken In Mrs Itcbecca Cohen's
gallery. lie paid twenty-fle cents fur
fctir tlntpoi. The pictures nerc not
at!sfartor and he demanded n return
i of his money. Mrs. Cohen refused and
called the pollciman to arrest I'll hu
man. The pictures were shown tr Mng's
trate wentworth, who asked If tlu-y
Were loo dark
"Kxactlv I'm not n darky, tery far
from It, ntul I won't b taken for one,"
"They are rather dark," admitted the
Court. "Get luck to .lour ship In time."
HIS STONE HOUSE MOVED.
Ansast Zinsser Drr.T the I. In, nt a
August V. nsser, the wealthy varnish
manufacturer, has had h'a palntltl risl
denco taken down and moxed from
Fifty-eighth street and Tenth aemio
to PKty-e'.Rhtli street, near Central
Park. There were l.'.Vi brown stones
and 600.0U0 bricks torn down, carted
over, then the structure rrtitillt Mr.
Zinsser selected rifty-c Khth street and
Tenth avenue llfticn jcars ao as a I
location, that nottld in tine become aj
cho'ce resldfnre one and had con
structed ii pulntlal nboJe lie stood tho'
gas norkfl, tenement houses and bit;
factories, hut nhen the Slonne M itcr
nltv Hospital cime neir li 111 he thought ,
it time to move I
Hcnrcely a dav passed n-'tliout women
mistaking his boue for the hospital,
and If he sat on li's eratida it waa
usual for liltn to be taken for tho huusn 1
INSANE FROM CIGARETtES.
Biceaslsr Drlnli Also (ontrlliiitcd
lo Vonnu roslrllo'n Allinciit.
Ed wan! Coetello, tnents-slx years old,
of 1S3 Avenue A, n.13 taken from his
home this morning to Ucllevue Hospi
tal In an Insane cond tlon. He belongs
tc an old east s de family, and lived
with his widowed mother, nho was left
considerable mone by her husband Tho
young nun did no work, nnd was sup
ported by Ills mother He spent most
of his time among sporting men, and
drank to excess. He was also an in
veterate cigarette fmoker
He has been acting queerly for nearly
a year, and recently his moth"r de
cided to p'ace h m In pome Institution.
Yesterday he showed s gns of becoming
violent. The hospltnl surgeons say that .
the young man In sufiVr'ng wllh soften
ing of the bruin, brought on bv excess
he drink and smoking cigarettes.
Yalca t-i-Ciififnln n Mlnfslnnnry.
O. O Gill, an et-Captaln or Yale'a football
team made a farewell address In the Central
nsptlst Church last nWht before starttnc with his
wife aa mlssonsrj to Prltln Msnr of hla fel
low athletes were In the congregation 1
It with tr.umph. He attacked Tom In
one of his most lclous haunts the Al-
batnbra; he openly rebuked hint tliere
1 a,t tt well, he
S-i h C1' t UB,d very
v'f 'tjykv I B,ron l,!Ml-
J3kf TBajvW, he dragged
ii m II A for Tom "a"'
I U( InMr'V a feeble
f.'R-V W,iJ01l,h) hy
I Is.-.11J1C"' bll"r furci'
I I f! '1 iSS-?- ' arms, he
--. look him to
hi. house: he kept hlm there for a n-c.t.
He wrung damnat on out of Mm, as ,t
were, with a mangle. He Injectel sal
vation ,ntn dim as with a hvpodermlo
syringe No Hi ng could withstand thnt
energetic treatment. The brand was
plucked from the burning. Torn was
rc-stored to the elect He was non
one of the most extmp ary members, of
Matthew's congregation. Often unco
had he thanked his aunt for what she
through Maddtr and prov.dcnco had
done for hlm.
But Lady Illggoto lies.tated at pres
ent, to Invoke Matthew Madder's as
sistance In re-Lonvtrtlng her husband
There were several reisons why she
hesitated, Onn was that, hav ng boasted
not a little of Sir John's ilevot on to
her before hi r marriage, she was now
naturally loith to acknowledge tho
complete failure of her expectation,
afterwards. Another was that she nas
still without proofs of h r John's ,nfl
dellty; and that she felt It vvuu.d be
wiser to secure these b.fore inakin
any decided move. And a th rd an 1
still more coxent leatou wan that l.aay
Jlggeto, aftir much sihcinlng and cot
trl.lng, nas now In a fair way to
achlevo the fondest w.sh of tier heart,
namely, be presented at Court. Any
public rcandal (and nheu a scanaal
passed Into Madder's charge It did not 1
tone remain private) was, from this I
; point of view, to be strongly deprecated.
Tho lady the lamous Count-ss of P.,
In fact-who had almost promised in
present her, was a uy part.cular prr
son Indeed Lady lllggeto did not
know the Counters personally, and hid
never met her. But a mutual irund,
nhom the Countess had reatons for
obi g ng, liad worked the affair of Lady
Blggeto's presentation, and ,t was nuw
practi ally Hettkd thnt the Counttm
should present her at an early I.iaw-Ing-B-om
The only person, thirefore, w:tom sho
look Into h. r confidence, for the dis
covery of fl r John's In.qu.tlis. nus her
ne. hen, Tom The young man entered
v.U.lngly Into his aunt'b schtrne. Hiv
ing li niseif ben taved fr m reprobitn
puns, he was arix.ou. to nlnii1 n.f
gri.t'tude by swing otheio his aunt's
Iilhij ml C3,ii' Jll lor was it no. t-
to whom, und.r prov.dene.. and Ma'-
utw, ne OWI 1 lll.t ill-(l's bnon Ins
own re.'eiii tat on? J... .ci'lc 1 .ai in
could itt'i 1 h'-r wou.d vu naif t
pay her for tint
Tho iliort of t nas, that Tom uiiilrr.
took tu keep a c.oe vnteh u,iin hr
Join Hlitg" 0 and ii-'i tn h aui.t
a.l Hi it he illicit hiar ai d s '. rile,
on her de, provided h in wi n mor.. y
for the ixpu H"s in th nay of jour
neys, tie th it he nnull iluubt.es In
cur u, .n 11. s m ssiot. Turn nus .1
shrew 1 and ver youth In his nay,
and Lady ifgcuo fiit tolerib y rontl
dent that he woa I eoon llnl out for
her all in it pile n r I 10 l.ron.
It was about a fjrtnlnht bfor Tom
nas able to n.al.e any definite rrpiri
At tliu tt.d of tiiat tine he cal.el oiih
day at h.s ntuw'i vv th a very tin iPlnr;
and 'inpaitani Rok upon his f ice Lily
U,'ge..i sj.v a a g.anrc that he had
mad' sot gnat dlseovrry
"Wcl, Tom, v hat s It .vou have to
tcli mC" she Inqu red, ratnet nervous.
ly "Am rny wjrst fears rcilzed'"
"Th y are,' said 'lorn, with 11 grave
nod of his heil. "Th very worst"
"V.'hj''' Is there have ou" be
gan Lady lllseto, iv.tli foine (xcite
in.nt lias I '
There a a lid In 11' ase," sail
Tom, v. th a nxmn xrri.son
"An' 1 nus sure of it Who s .h-"
di'inundod Lad Uigeto her bo.ont
heav rg iind n Hush of angry color over
spr. iJing her fate
"Sae goei by tho namo of Mary
Jones." icpllcd Tom. "It appears thnt
Sir John bus been constantly about
with htr for more Uian a year past.
What sort of a person Is phe? o.ri
or vuuiig' ini-riuplul his aunt, agi
tated.) ".oung, quiie oung, aunt."
'And h is-b lh the liuim) good-loolt-Ing'"
orli J Lad. illt,getu. Maiiijiliig nir
foot rip dl 011 the ruund.
"I am no Judgi of Ihise th ngs," ald
Turn, with an 01.0111. snullle, ridolent of
Trinity In-ihe-.M irsnes "Hut, I snou d
buy, so far us carnal beauty goes veiy
go d-louklng. '
An) how far tins th h intrigue gone;
Te.l ine a.. Hide notnlng from me!"
lalnn d h s aunt, m-n in a great
state of ixelteminl and race
'"the Ititi su' iiis Puiie tu 11 HloeK ng
1 shjrnc:iii ixteiit." sild Tom, in 11
mournful voilc. Fir John has ev -d'
nily bien fpenalnr .1 lot of oar
in irey, unM, 1i4ic.11 l.u 11
Tho t.ii briile' Tliu nusny!" she
;.'!- ' :
ST. ""?; 'vrft
cr ed, turning from led to white. "Go
on. Ton: gi en
' Hi- has. In faet, been umer keep
ing up nn n -isui'i'l-hment f. r her '
contl'iued Tom, lowering h.s vo'ee, In
ei. drtu shamo at mention ng nu 11 a
thii.rf "and 1 Fliurt und e'only tslah
ll'liment i, Is. Lxar, dear ai.nt, 1 am
sony, urke 1, sorry und sad. to te.l
"I hive iieertlT)," nd !"1 Tom. "that
h r J ia 1 s g lr low n into the jtinti v
. Y nl, 1 le n fai 1 xt n
. 1 i'i I ii . 1 . n N in f 111 and
Mi M 1 '. 11 i f .,Iuv th 1
I .- i A I in n 011. raced wife I
v r l h i m r ' ' '-n and w. a
must venomous deicrmlnat .n
V ij e nu to me. nu sued Tom,
with a l.novv.ng no I. "that f vou rould
netually confront them ut 'his enter-
1 u.ntncnt, and . ilr. Madder could then
and there adin.nister a public rebuke to
I the ..nni'ia It t.oul.l er-me'i their
iniuiremeii.H uf tlto c.isi as nuihlng
1 elui) would What do jou think, aunt'
' ll stiall be rioiii." assented Ladj IJ g
geio, lirm y pur ng up her nvnitn ' It
shall be dme ri r John "hill be put to
pulii e ihi jnee In this i.orll In order tu
save his Immortal soul fruin e.r..iMlii4
j,. ii.inco .n the next You can 1111 1 out
cx.k'U. wiira they are go ng, rum'
Never f. ar, dearest Aunt 1 will
muke that rny bus.mss In the mian
time, wni vou mo Mi .Mad er und ui
lange n.'h bin 10 accompany us Into
.urk.-li.re next week?"
"I n l 1-r.i '
"Or eouiue, In nlll come, uuat'
"U'li, ,f eouiiH Th e Is no fear of
Maitlii'U Mu dir lolng to shirk an n t
of dui li It a irj servant of tin
Lon I wish t'lire were rr.oie .Iki h.m.'
On the afternoon lire tiling th( fateful
dav i'i. fire I.ailv D gg.-to. Maltlnw
Ma Id. r nnd Tmn piuiei .led to Iin
iMt. r bv it 1 nttirnoon ma I Of 1 our?,
hi r indi li p Imri u.l 'il( 1 -pel'fes of the
1 li. .ti. 1 hhi Irealid livr Miilh
!. ii.'xi.li.. K 1! the X llo"l l"oen
v. li as I'i v mie, nr. ther Maddi r
ii r T m w 1. iston ueh callv j ascites
Tli-y d'd itihtie. to ile good thugs set
b f ire th.m. Was th.re not aposti I e
nt fin t fiAthis Indul,. nee .' .Matthew
Mn Met, iMiWully ap.i.-.ar.d In enjoy
hnsilf 1 lie (xpHliton was. in iviry
way. one aftir his on 11 biart No ix
pirse, goo I I, vine-, nnd, to crown It,
a i- gnat nnd publ c triumph over the
enemies of tl.e Lor I' It was, ll Ucd,
hlirh time for Ma thevv Ma Idi r
Shortly aftT noon, on the mo'rnw,
they diove out to the furious .a.-e.
eourre I.nr'v Blggi lu was lo k.ti' nal.
but rtetrrtn'tied nnd rrvi ng. ful loin
vas Pnk'ng pliare.1-nliuo-i u : mt
ti M.ittbiw M,l'"i r i iimtennnre
pi. one tin ilri. of co Iv ind (.rut on, as
le I'ianeeil 1 round I in ni th.- no'sy.
wl-l'.d i row. Is of the end generate, nil
ronverg ng I" thai Y.irkf li re paidt
pion'um In ver truth it was a path
t.. ,,. if 'hf r .r of U 1 il
Now Tom nai the inly one of the
pirty nho k lew nnvtl'rg nhmit ran
ni'.-llie. V.'h 11 he v u . a ehll 1 or
vvrith he hid frcqiuptli all. ided such
M t w 1 t . 'I ..in that Maddi r and Lady
Its . n.i 1 to lo..k f. r n Iv reaard
Ing ib r nuv-mont v heti th. reached
t , .uise Toms a 1m. c -which, they
a reed to adopt was ll
The lust t). tig to do. said the voting
man d- dirtlv, Is to lie quietly bj.
until Just beiore the race for the Leger
At that time about half an hour befote
th. rare in fact ' John with Maty
Jones and other wicked friends. Is cr
loin to stroll round to the paddock to
have u look ut the Lcgtr caodidutiE.
'I 'icn nlll be nur time, Mr Confront
hlm tin 11, with mv aunt at jour tide.
Denounce hlm boldly Put him tn open
shame before nil nd spare not Mary
.loni s iltlier. I'or she Is eiulte us mu h
to blame as my uncle. It is through her
nibs and allurements that Sir John has
fall . "
"Trust me I will not spare this tcar
Ict woman'" said Madder, his eye posl
"All' the brazen Jade!" cried Lady
They had to wait more than nn hour
br fore '1 11.11 kivc the word to start to
vv ,r is th' pa block There nas a large
iiuiv.J but tbcv managed to thread
tl.i-.r nuv ihrojli Hum, and to stand
in a com in. em spot near ih entrance.
At last Tom a n irp cm detected Sir
Jc hn appro ichliig lie nas couvetslng
fill nith .. Miinrtly drrt.ed girl, on the
other side if whom wall;?) a rakish
ljk'ng man. n.arlng u white top,i-i,
mil vv th ll. id glatsu slung acrots his
' la that iiint painted creature Mary
Jpiii" iifcl.ed Lady Uiggcto, venom-
.1 ," Fiid Tom. "and 'tothe:' fcllov
walk 1 g wlni th. in s a gnmbllpg pul of
i5 1 Jolin'i. ui i of 'he woret characters
in l.urope Non, s r. Is jour tine "
t r John ai i hi- t.vo friends hud come
qu.te ch sf T h v were aliout to enter
the pjdd' ck v hen Ma'.t'i w Madder
ilrnwlig I n l I Iggeto's arm tl.r iitgh
Ills own, ftepp d fain an) and coufiont
ill the renr'd at- At the a gilt of lis
wlf" Sr lohn S'.urtrd and looked con-fu-td
However, In a sicnnd with a
blazen fn'iinimity charscter.etlc of the
11 an. hi i. n.ied hlmsilf, and told,
rut', er sard, t.r 11
Ladv 1 ' o' 11.1 lb an unexpect
ed plea.ur..." , .
"Verv u 1. x- ff? lj$,
pecte.' " the ft jri'.; f. ,
ictorred. will iv-' A
:.,l,'v.'rov.' r; ft-l-'p
tlel Kir John " '-.( 1
with n tr lv ' ,
ti c o r 0 h 1 11 .1 -r.-' r--
"Mun of t.n . 1 i ,j
ho exclaimed, ' 1
I am com- to
In the name of the Loid"
I The baronet stated ai him in blank
"Ah" pursued Maader, In terrtbl H
tones "you may well hold your pec:
you may wcl, he dumfounded. Lone H
enough hive you ml your vile com- 1 H
panlon in sin pursued tho damnable path' I 1
of norldi) pleasure Here, In the name mkM
of my Master, I denounce you both, Toa A H
unfaithful husband, runner after eirmnge i H
women! And you" (turning to the as- H
ton she, udy) "ciillu of frailty, &. .1'rH
Mifbcw Madder never completed that ? H
last obnoxious H
Mori The , -. .
man I ti tho eifer VL . ,H
white topper, fffTi-'4( X!W '
ing the slttm- 4) )sVh ' -SS? !
tlon. but realiz- p t 4-- H
fg that his -. 1 lr- rmW
v fe was being f,. I l" lM
p u t r nseously ' "? U I I 'mU
Insulted by ' ''$! ' U IH
i-jine apparent- "' ' $' H
Iv d r u n k o n A U f. 1 H
' a nolle, ' K- A ' -M
nche.i it ' 0 I l7rj 1 H
fist, bmoto tho 1 , IZSS LU
ivant of tho ' " ' LLm
Lord b"tvcn H
tl'. 05 ce and laid him even with th H
1 m foul-rrouthed b'.ackguarJ." ld , H
he of the white topper, rsenaclrglv, H
piloe e nt once to the Countess off. I B
or 1 1 hiv vr.. '.-(. 'n vcur vi1y!" I H
""'he Countess ot P.'" ejaculated I-adyf ,1
Vfv.e..'.0 i-',"i-' rale. "The Countess ' B
'Wbi cIhi' r.od Oodl I should hv' H
thii'cht that the Countess was pretty H
veil krowit at ..oncaswr." re'tortod the H
Hurl, with .jivat liritatlon. mLW
Then then wvvw here is M M H
Mery Jones" They t t t ild me you kk
had g ne to Poncaster with M Mary
Jopes'" gnspcil Lady niggcto to Eel H
John. Iler Ia"C had rov hecomo post- H
lively era., ard aho Iccked as though H
she vvrie en the po ut of f.alntln;. H
ri r Jo'-r started. A llaht broke on mmW
him. Then a smile, - very grim, tin- . H
til aiMit sm ' or tr'timnii ov rpra fSkmmW
Ii'h countenaticc. Ho gripped his wife liH
by the arm. and turned hi r round so an (IH
to face the- raddocl; A sniart-loaklnK H
lill.v v,a3 nt 1h.1t moment being lee) out. Rl
"There ii Mary Jones." said the baro- iH
nit h's i;r n crpaud 1 g, "If you Halt 1 MH
li He lon.cr, jou wlii vciy likely 9H
licr win the I.eccr'" tlH
Lady Illggrtn wa. not preeented at jrM--l
tl m-t J. raw In; Room, and Tom. hcr QH
nephew, co longer slia upder Matthew isflH
Madder. Ho fecU that he has now MIIH
dlschuiged tct tho full nil his obrgatWU''' S-P.H
1 ;n that iiU'irter.-Lci-dcn Tiulu. )'!