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M TL. "" ' . " f' ' " V , ' ' THE .SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, iM . W '. '":' -
SOMY, N0w7 SHE SPOKE.
H rjtAXK xna. rAX KLicrrnn't Ear.
K JlAHUASSlxa ULVADEIt.
H Tie DfllbtrMtona or the Federated Feral.
BH Mnca U'arn Tno Much lor Hrr, and
IE jtunlilnu: Iron the Csinsentlitn Whe Un.
IK boaomtil llernclf to the Flr.t Cooitr,
A Tlio Convention of the Feileraled Fomlnlnet
w In full nwlnit. Tlio morning of tho second
H day lintl lon.c, an J tno rendlni! f reports na
hoard In tlio Und. For two lonK htiur u. sue
H cession of deli nates had droned tliroueh their
H lpers. and tlio und tts nut lot. Mrs. an
H If In vur lind been fldgollnR for an hour und a
B liulf. l'l.nlly sha turned to Miss L)e Korut
who vat beside her.
J "Nancy," she Bald, "It's really tno.tad to In
mi flirt all this on jou when juil'ru not a delegate,
I "otnoon. I'm not needed: let's, to."
I "Oh, I'm reully enjojinu it," rosponded
' Miss Do Korns with unnilflakalil'i eluterlty.
K Mrs. Van Klewcr rrunrdeO her with
H taliiutlna: of ndnurallon nail inly. Then sho
shruirced her shoulders'
"Well," sho Hhlsuerod ompliaticallr. "I'm
not. I'm irulng hack to tno houil und wrlto t'
Jack, btuy hero Ifjou like. If 1 had to sit
still another minute I'd scrraml Oood-by."
i Mrs. Van Klevxer ii so pleased with hor-
elf for runiilue uay from tlm reports that
' ho Dive a qunrter to the elevator boy at
at the hotel. It Lad a pecullur vtlrc; on him, so
iteeenu-d to Mrs. Vim Kiev, or. Ills e) escrow
tuduenly us bit: at tho quurter und he sural-
il lowed Itn un ulTort.
"Ate-nro you-aro you one o' them?" ho
yL tnanuued to aitkulute, Jt-rklnu; his thumb to-
flV ward tho lurno hula b.itluu ukluli Mrs. Vau
Hi Klewcr, In her c.ipia'lty us UotejutoMroro upon
H the left aide Jf her fashionable- bodice.
IH "A iluli'cntuf" she wild cititlussly, though
H she blushed. "Oh, ji-si" and rhe unpinned
H iho undue as K.'to examine It. In her soul
sho know that -It nui gulim Into tho bureau
H druvier wheti.she nut to her room,
H Ihs boy slots ly und UioJulitful y started tho
H elevator, budduuly an tdi-.t, neeuiuil to peuo-
H trato hit mind. Uo turned and held up tho
HJ "What did jou want mo to get for you?" ho
jH It was Mrs. .Van Klervcr's turn to stare
Wf Hod sho -could she il couldn't bo that -oh,
no! uu I'ktulor boy nho wouldn't tuLo u quur
J' U-r was uu uuknuuu species. Aud set
H "li-tt was lor you, "sue stammered.
H' "Thank you," bald tho boy mecnaulcalU.
II "l'u taw a lot." Uo added, "of these itero duo
II' women, but that's tuu ilrst tip any of 'em ev.T
H kI.'o me. Ti.unk jou," he tald airutn, as ho
I Jtened the doar for her.
I Mrs. Van Klevver was pleased with herself.
I Ono always has n comfurtahlo feellmt after
II on" has itison u gonrrous tip, especially w lien
Uj llproduies an Impresslou un U.o recipient. Sho
W. waUed blithely iilnnkT tho hill, her eyej on
Vtf' the tMlnkllui; tips of her patent-leather shoes
Wi I as they Uasued from under thu hem of her
KM Kilk-lUied skirt. She had studied the feel of
(Jr the Tederaled Femin lies, nud she kn-w nl
Ri i( inoat to a certainty that there vnwi't ono of
H ' them nhlch could comoare with her own. Si.o
E Uuttered her blue badco uayly in the air, and
Pi oftly hummed "Just tell tliem thut you siuv
N ' me," suddenly she heard a ol:o through un
fj open doorway.
f "Oh if you plcajo. 1 bee your pardon," It
I Mrs. Van Klevver turned nnd went back to
H tho door. A stout, miuulf-dkcd wumun. witu
a strum:, lntelliiiooi Iulo uml plainly brushed
Cray hair, cut in u low chulr, Jn-r letl loot
I restlni; on a pillow in utiotuer c''ulr, u knitted
red and ura athan throve u owr thr back uf
tho chair and failing her knee, mukiuK a
I nort or tnt oer the Injured member.
i "Uid ou speak to inti" a:aed Mrs. Yin
f Kiev or.
I "Oh. yes, thank you," half ralilnc herself
j easerly. "You jou are a dolecfttc, ure you
J 1 notr"
V I "Yes." said Mm. Von Klevver, with a smile.
B 1 "Are jour"ho asked, tor she observed that
i the woman herself ore a bllK UiUlo us well
II as a half dozen or so or buttons ami pin of u-
I ilous des.tfus. The woman hesitate 1 a mo
X I toent before replyuir. and looked rurher curl
IB ously at drs. Van Klovver.
UIxJ "Yes." sbe soul. "I am delegate."
flpjjdr "You have mt with an nccldcut" asked her
ViWt i" tor. kindly.
IIPV "Yos. 1 twisted my ankle In ccttlnc off tho
1 train yesterdu), and 1 huven't been ublo to
J2e leave my loom since tiien."
IH f "How unfortunate," exclaimed Mrs. Van
Klevver, and aualu the woman eyed her curl-
'"Well." said Mr Van Klevver. confldcn-
I tlally, "you haven't missed much. I ran
j away Ibis nioruluz becuso 1 couldn't stand It
II any longer."
"Won't you sit down and tell me what they
aro doini:.'" asked tho Injured lad; , eucerlv .
xrs. un Klevver h-d jeeu Ptlll for bo Ions
that to uive lier such un invitation was like
throwlnz a llchted match Into a lot of lire
works. She went oil rapidly Into an tccount
wnlcU was prutei'tmlcal In the extreme.
K"U"i!iK.'" sbe io,h!1U, as shu ilrew up a
Oa.ilr and alMiidu.ied herself to the Joy of a
j tree toniiUe, "dolimir They a-e reudim: ate-
! "Which one?" asked her hostess with eii-
1) dent kum inteiest.
. "The sainu one. Sixteen women had read
Ifi It when 1 came away, und tho he,'enteenth had
a Kot as far as. 'The club, as u factor In woman's
",Vi existence, has come to stay. Looking back.
fwLt as we do. on the work ot Hie past leur, we aro
V'W lilled witn both hope aud reuiet: hope that the
typ future will lead us on to Hill Kreater progress
Itft In our chtsen Hues uf duty, and regret that
grll wo have not heller Improved.' (you turn tho
H II leaf theie) 'the wmnleriul opportunities
IB 11 which have fallen t ) our lot In the past. Wo
II Iiake come to realizu Hi, trutti of tlio poet's
I lines: 'A little kuo'let!i:o Is r. dauuerous tlllhL'.'
I and we moan to pre.rt Ijolitly ondn the race un
til we shall be able to point to our irurnored
Ehears and buy. 'liehold .ho child nf our
-labors:' " "Metuph'iri ure slightly mixeil, you
lee," said .Mr?. an Kloliir. "1 tit tho entl
liiuiit is irontl. and uluuia dra.vs aiiiilaiiFn'
'lhe ladv ot the spraiued ankle listened with
a halt-pjiled air.
1 "l'hnluiust liavo Iwen Mrs. Mlpitles," she
all Ihouuiiltuliv. ".Mis. Mltialei of tho Siiii-
I'' dunk tuo;Uuy Club. Uojou happen to ro
tuenibe," "It was not only Mrs. Mltrgles." Eald Mrs.
Van Klevver wlthnn ally ae of her hand,
"but it u,ni Mrs. lllL'Kles. und .Mrs. Kiu-.icj.
a and Mrs. Jiggles, and all the re-t of invm,
1. Why." snebiiM. with usuildeu lnsptratlou. "it
It was n clear (mm) of H! t" 1! Mxieui unmco
B to iiht. pupoi "' and bhu laughed wltn keen
"1 don't think I quite unriontnnil you,"
I tald the Lilly dubiously "You don't mt.B
1 to sai tliat they re-lend tho paine paper."
, "I'm ure or It," declared Mrs. vim Klev-
j Ter. "fcviry ono of them hud n copy, of
I co..re. I hey cnriied tlam In black until!
I I bags that pulled up, at the neck, with a shirt
II string. You know thu kind,"
'I 'I no lady coughed In n unncwhiit ombar-
II racse t "ii). and suncpiitioui'ly diew tho
II Alilian up so us to cover n Ida I. hatin some-
thing which hung in lior side; hut Mrs. Van
Klevver w, too iulcIi cntrersed to notice
, "Of course." nho resumed, "theie were
V iliiclit variations in t . taiers. 'lhe name of
II the club was dlllcrent, und the i. umber of
I1 members and a lew ihing. like thi, hut the
I Reneral eire:t wns the (.ran."
1 "Are )ou enjujlng thu CouvoutlonT" asked
) tho l..Uy.
t' "Oil, hucaly," respondoil Airs. Van Kiev-
Y&l Ter. with uiithuslastn. 'lhe lady's counte-
YT nanoo brlghtined,
ML "I'm voir glad," she snld. "Mavbo I should
ILM have remarked Lofore "
Wm "It would be a torrlllo lioro If ono took it
jriy seriously," raid Mrs. Van Klovver, ur.con-
Hll sclouo that eha was interui pliii'. "hut 1 don't,
.III 'l'lie lady's expression had changed again,
Mill I "Were jou ever udelegulu bef ure this tar?'
Will he limuiii.il,
.HI Mrs. Null Klevver laughed gayly. "Oh,
Hil aear me, no," i"''o nld, "1 never oven be-
HI I Un.ed to a club tl ail a fw weeks uu . 1
W I went to t imelliu. Just for fun, auh elected
Pwl i'lostdeut by uiihtiiko, uctepted nut of pujue,
PMs nnd am uov a sadder and a wlncr woman, us
W well as a delegate, ' she concluded,
HjV "I thought 1 hadn't seou Jou at any of our
El meIiir.-r"," mid the lady,
I111 ."Oil, no. This Is my first and last appear
ance. You nro generally a delegate'!" Inyiilr
lngly. u "Why w oil no, not exactly."
Urn 1 "liut you cuuie to the ineetlncs," said Mrs.
Van Klevver, benevolently.
I "Yes, I come."
I "Well, I don't wonder. They certainly are
I amusing. If this one is a sample. Only-n lit-
HUi tie goes su;h u long way, in nioro onros than
HI I one, l'oi Instance, jutt think of maKing one
fll puper last through two or tiirce teilon, for
JLr I I'm sine that one they have this morning Is
Jill ooliig to hold on liidcllultoly, 1 don't just ap-
Jkl prnvu of it, howitter. It seems to me they
Jl might Introduce Into their federutlon a league
I for the I'reveuilnn of Cruelty to Ideas, 'lhey
H make a lew do till ihu work."
Eli "Jsn t it 'line for tho morning session to be
iWy oveir" asked the ldv, rutlier falntlj'.
gM "Time," echoed .Mrs. Van Iilevver'Why,
7b ' I should say It was. Hours and hours ago.
tllut. bless you, thuv wonn't hulf through tho
prograinmo iVheu I cuma uwuv."
"Why, Inn did that lnppenV"
ii "Well, ii M'u.s t but iho committee that
Wj'f made out the piogruuime allowed tlve mm-
Rl utes for euch reiHji t, 'lh"io were to Ihj twenty
HI rcpuru, und that wukes" a paubv, while
Mra. Van Klevrer's llpi movnl "a hundrad
minutes," she conoluded, proudlr. "Well a
bundr.d minutes, that makes" another paus
omehwnt nroloRecd "that makes" an un-
sy i lance at thi Injured lady "It mnkei
onu hour and -and"-a third pnue, necessi
tated by a fit of ooushtng, which, howevt'.
was not, as It were, mora than skin deep-"It
mkkot an hour and-oh. yol two hours, of
course, I wasn't thinking."
The other lady acquiesced.
"Well," said Mrs. Van Klovver. much r
1 loved, "the morning session was to begin at
ten at ten, you know and and If tlm reporta
-If tho reports occupied" sho l.nd been got
ilhg more and moro houghtful. "Why I sho
suddenly exclaimed, "how stUDldof met Tnnt
didn't make two hour at nil! I etioss I irM
thinking of fifties. You knowl Two littles!
One gets so In the habit of doing things In lives
and tans. Why, hours and minutes aro ni
bad asKngllsh money, aren't they Now, let
me sc. That would make an hour and a hair.
Of course I"
The lady acqnlosced.
"WeU. then," rumrd Mrs. Van Klevver,
If tho session began at It) o'clock, jou R
there would Le plrnty of .lrao for tho opening
prayer"-sho paused to smllo it rome memory
which this mention called up, "tlm reports
and a scrap or to before time to adjourn for
"A ectapor two?" said the lady lnanlrlngly,
"Yes; squabbles, you know. They havo two
or three every session,"
Tho other laly blushed slluhtlv. "Noll, my
dear," ho said npolojetirallv. "you know It Is
quite Impossible to bring o mnny people to
gether without some differences of opinion "
"Oh, 1 don't mind theml" vroteHcd Mrs.
Van Klevver. "1 love theml When 1 scent
a sjrap in tho atmosphere, 1 brighten up and
I whisper to Nancy Nancy Is my friend
'There's ono coming, Nancy I There's onn corn
lngl' Why, I dnu'i know what 1 should dulf
It woro not for the strain!"
"What were the the bciaps about this morn
ing?" asted tho othor lady with an effort.
"Well, I couldn't iniike out exactly," said
Mrs. Van Klevver. puckering un her forehead,
"It wu something left over from a previous
session, so I didn't know the wbilu hlsior of
11, but It was xninolhluu about ivhcthcr tho
rederutml Feminities should go Into another
Yes," Interrupted tho lady rngerlj
"It tamo up right after tho openlug prayer."
"Who made tho nrajrr Ihli luniiilngr"
"I don't reniemlaT her mime, 'mt she was a
short, stout wiman who leans back all the
time, she's probably domi It so much in ad
dressing the Almighty that It's become a Ilxcd
The other ldy looked shocked, but Mrs,
Van Klevver did not notice.
"She rolled her r'H. you know. Pent them
reverberullug down the hall until the echoes
"It irai the Tier. Dorothea." said tho Indy,
"You know her?" asked Mr. Van Klevver.
"Well. then, you will undl-rstnuil that tho
openlug prayer was responsible for the llr-t
dolay. Itefore the amsn was Intrlyotil of the
Itev. Dorothea's mouth, a woman in the front
row jumped up"
"Who?" demanded tho lady.
"1 don't remembei her name, either; bnt her
hack wus-ivasoutot sight: at least at the edges.
Or I think it would be on a foggy day when you
can't seo more tlin six teet In any dliei-liou.
"Mrs. Iligg," muttered the Iadj under her
breath. "What did this woman wuuU" sho
"Oh, 1 don't know exactly. Sho wanted to
bring up that matter about Joining the other
organisation. She must bo a member uf It.
"sl.o Is." , ,
"& claimed It had beon malo a special
order ot buslnoss, but thu Chairman crushed
"Ahdil" tho lady gave a rIjeIi of relief.
"It took time, though. It wxs the jrcttlcst
fight yet. TLey got so mad that their polite
ness was oppressive. It seems to work that
way. Tho madder they gel. the oftener they
say. 'M-s. Chairman.' and 'this honorable
fnclety,' and 'this notablo gathering ot wo
men,' and things like that. The woman with
tho back made a good tight: but, jou kuow,
jou can't coutpeto with Chairmen. lircxu-
you never can meet thitii on Uulr onn ground.
That platform glve them too long a rcuch, us
Jari would say. Oh, dear me. That reminds
mel 1 was going to write to him, 1 hope 1
huven'tbored j-ou," und Mre. Vuu Klevver iusj
hurriedly. , ,
"Oh. no. you haven't bored ni." said tho
other woman, slowly, but with emphasis. "On
the contrary, jou have entertained mo very
highly, ludeed." ,
"Don't mention It." protested Mrs. v nn
Klevver. "I hopo you'll bo able to get oat to
the Convention to-niorrow. It's a ilty for
jou to mirs It all. You ought to seo the
Chairman sitting up thero with as much Im
portance as it bho weio the (Jueen of (ireat
llrltain and the Kmpies Of Imiiu. Anl the
directors, toi; thoy're so tunny 1 Tho sit in
a seml-circlo behind the Chairman, and they
wear tho funniest lot of shoss'. 1 m going to
move that all candidates fur platform oflkci
shall be rnqulred to give bond in to the uuality
and style of their shoe. The rcreta y fur
nlshfcs her haro of tho entertainment, too.
She trios to hobnob with the renorture. and I
heard her say to one of them : "We newspaper
people understand that, of courne.'
" 'The man asktd her If sho was a newspaper
woman, and she said: 'Oh. yi a. Indeed. I'm
one of you. 1 rite the society notes for tlio
"liut there. I really must go." sail Mrs. an
Klevvae. laughing, aud she 6tarteil out of the
.oom. "Oh. bv tho way," sho exclaimed, turn
ing around. "Have j-ou tried laudanum uml
white of eg for jour auklef No? Why, It Is
nonderiul. Try It this afternoon."
Tho next day a hen- Chairman preiidedover
the convention of tuo Federated Femlulues. Sho
was tt stout, middle-aged woman, .v 1th a
strong. Intelligent toce, and plainly brushed
gray hair. She walked with two cants and tho
aal9iunco of several director-. It appeared
that she was I'msldent of the Federated Fcml
l.lnes. and had sprained her ankle ir. getting
oir tho train, lhe First Vlce-1'resldent hud
served in her stead. Mrs. Van Klevver gave
a jump when she saw tho stout wo
man helped across the stngo to tho Chairman's
desk. Then she was eelred with apuarent
convulsion, which, however, moved to la
simply inward mirth. At the close of tho
morning session she lingered, contrary to her
cusl. m. As the Lhalrmnp came Hlorly along
the aisle, -Mrs. Van Klevver approached. The
two luuked at each other with Inscrutable
"You are lietter?" said Mrs. Van Klevver.
"Yes f tried tho laudanum and egg."
"I am bo glad."
"Yes. Indeed! Why?"
"You t poko of a certain feature of tho meet
ings which ha afforded vou particular enjoy
ment. I believe you called them scraps."
Mrs. Van Klevver's cjes twinkled.
"And there hasn't been nm- this morning."
said tho Chairman, with an answering twinkle.
"Walt." said Mrs. Van Klevver. in a whis
per, "wait until 1 make my motion about tho
THE SVI.TAX'S 1'JIO.VI.IES.
It la Thniiclit There Is I.lltle I'roapeet
That lie Will I'ulll 'I'linn.
London, Nov, 14. Notwithstanding the fact
that the Sultan has promised to execute sweep
ing reforms throughout his dominions, his
promises uro still looked at ankance by thoso
hero who have had experience of his artfulness
aud lack of good Intention.
The alarmist reports ulleged to have been tel
egraphed from Constantinople to the effect that
the situation there Isverj tlircalenlng are not
borneout by the action of the reprnumtultvea
of tlm powers there. Haron von Calice, the
Ambassador and doyen of the diplomatic iu-p,
lias gone to I airo In Hpt'inl a holiduj, M.Ne'i
ilnlf, the Itls.nin Ambussiiilor, whsih Vleiiiianu
Thursday night, lie Is going to Si. I'elersburg.
Huron vou "-iiurina Jeltsrh, lhe (icrnnin Am
hassador. Is ninu'wheTo In south Cfirmuuj.
I nlcrs tlio sultan springs another massacre,
diplomacy at ('nnslanliiioplt will havo nothing
to do lor another month. M. Caiiibnn, the
French Ambas-ador, alone remains ut tils post,
und he has la-en Instructed by his (iovernuu-nt
loi-lo-ily vvalch the application of the promised
Complexion of the Jlf Iclmtnix,
rir.in.iN, Nov. 1-1, As a icsult of tbo recent
bye-clertlons the llelchstug is now compo-ed of
68 Conservatives,!.'" Imperialists, 10U Centrists,
41) National Liberals, 14 Itudlcal Unionists and
Kli'keriltes Iliullmls, U!i Frolidnnlga Volkkpar
tei Hlihterltc-. l.'l Mn nil llefoiiners. IP l'olos,
1'.' DeiilstfhH Volkspurti-l. -IH Socialists. MO In
dependent, Including tl (iuelphs; I) lluvanuu
peasant party, ui.d i seats vacant.
The Timilne In India,
London, Nov. 14, The Karl of Elgin, Vice
roy of India, tulegraulis to the home govern
ment tha, no rain has fallen in tho tanilne
stricken district' during the week Just ndlng.
The crop In the 1'UUJab, the Viceroy sa), de
pends upon the w Inter rains. Tho prospects In
thu Province of lirhar aro serious. Uraiu riots
have brokeu oat in Shuiapore.
Note of Torelau Iluppentnce,
The Marquis of Iliintly was reelected Lord
Hector of Aberdeen University yrsterday.
Heavy flooda have occurred throughout a
large part of llosma, and tvveiily-four perxons
arureporled to have beeu droivnrd. Thu dam
age to property has been Imuiciitu,
Queen Vlctorln, nccompanied by I'rlnces
Ileatricu ul Llaltenberg, arrived at Windsor
The marring of Mls Lucy t-'lil, daughter of
Mr. Kdwln F. Uhl, I'nlted blati-s Amlmssador
to Oermaiiy, to 1'rof. luy 'Ihompsou of Yale
University, has been fixed to take place in lier
lln on Dec. U.
'Ihu llauibiirg.Amerlcnn lino has contracted
with Holland iV Wulll of lirlfusl for ilia ton
itlrurlnui of two new steamers. They will bo
60U feet long und lis feel beam.
SI rUdwnri! Clarke received a rotfclner of
; 1,0U0 for his defeui eln L-iudou uf .11 r j. Waller
il. Custle- uf San Fruuelsco,
Talk ofPnttlaic On n Bulldlnn Adapted rer
the Use ol 10,000 Uesnktr.
Loudon. Nov. 14,-TIib Devonshire Club,
since the split between the Home
Ilulers atul Unionists In the National
Liberal Club, has been the rallying place of tho
Liberal Unionists, under the fostering care of
Mr. Chamberlain. Ltberal Unionists dominate
tho management of the club, and Mr. Auiten
j Chamberlain is nn active member of the com
mittee. Tlio club has a solid basis, but oannot
be said to prosper. Tho Liberal clubs are wan
ing In membership, while Conservative clubs
A fovv years ago tho Liberals t-cooped In their
club members in London and the provinces by
thousands yearly. Tlm National Liberal Club
In Its temporary premises hear Trafalgar square
was nverurowMi-d, und subsequently the masalvo
structure now belonging to the duo presented a
busy nnd crowded sceno, promising permanent
prosperity, rhe Conservatives drew upon the
tliiniu-esuf their mem hers to build a competitive
popular Institution, the Constitutional Club,
which for a long time, though gorgeously lilted
up. had a beggarly attendance, while tho Na
tlouol Liberal Club was crowded. Now tho
Constitutional Is allvoand thu National Liberal
takes a back seat.
The Consul v alive managers, believing their
position strong, ventured upon u scheme
grander than ntivthli.g in clubs tho world lias
Jelaeen, lhoy ure Inviting, by private circu
lar, subscriptions for tlio erection of a building
which Is to bo adapted to the u.es ot 10.000
members. This club Is to bo the focus of all
Conservative movement, 'o have a ballroom
admitting of the largi-stgatherlngsof tho parly,
a theatre for lectures or dramatic perform
ances, cheap membership adinls-lnn, and a
(heap rulsine. Tho Caillon, Junior furllon.
Conservative, Junior Conservative, and kindred
groups will subscribe and puiruulxu, but per
sonally their members hold aloof.
Home ui: id in; vakliasiext.
A. Illll for the HlreoKthrnlnic or Ussy
Iorta nl the Kmulre.
Loviion, Nov. 14, Tlio Cabinet councils, ar
ranging tho (lovernmont legislation for the
coming session, have decided upon opening
business with tho IMucntlon bill, followed by
a Military Woiks bill, and an elaborate
measure dealing with tho appointment ot a
masters' und workmen's conciliation Hoard,
The Military Works measure was prepared
for la-t your, but was postponed owing to the
exigencies of the Parliamentary situation. Its
proposals will attract the attention ot tint Euro
pean governments concerned in the lapld pro.
res of Knglish armaments for both offensive
and defensive purposes.
The great mllitury harbors In llrltain are to
have thrlr armaments Increased, and the works
at .Malut, tiiorallur. Hong Kong, Singapore,
und other stations are to be enlarged and
strengthened. Conjoined with this Military
Work bill I n scheme for aiding the colonial
governments In the protection of their harbors.
The (fovi-rmm-tit will ask the House to vote
supply lone first pint of this Military Works
bill be-fore the end uf tho current financial year.
(lEllMAS.AUEUIOASH IN aEllXASX.
They Will It Expelled ir They Left Ger
many to Avoid Bllllturj Htrvlee-
Ilniti.lN, Nov. 14. Tho Government an
nounces that henceforth Germans naturalised
lis American citizens returning to Germany for
any length sf tlmo shall bo subjoat to an
especially strict surveillance and may have
only a limited period ot tojourn In the Father
land. If It shall ba notoriously known that any
of the returned German-Americans emigrated
to the I'nlied Stales In order to avoid military
n-rvlre they will be Immediately expelled from
Any of the persons do'crlbed who shall ex
tend their stav intjeimutij to tno jear- niu bo
drafted Into the army, ilo-plte their naturaliza
tion, and required to serve a legal term In the
military service, if sui h persons have not passed
the agent :!1 Jt-ars. If the) are more than .It
j ear- old they mav bo excelled. Sons of natur
alized Germans born In America and coming to
Germany for the purpose of permanent resi
dence wID'ho reiogn zed as citizens of the United
blules and not be required to servo in the arm).
WATEit for i.oynox.
Talk of OolnK to tVnlea Tor tt Supply for
the Ureal City.
London, Nov. 14. Suppljlng London with
water from Wales Is an old si-hemo now revived.
A morning paper which reoentl) announced the
resolution of tho Progressives In the County
Council In favor of the scheme, said that it
would cnt many million sterling. It has bren
calculated that between the amount required
for the purchase of the waier i-ompanio- now
holding the monopnlj of the supply, ami the
cost cf the works from Wales, including tho
bujlng up of rights under the Land Clauses act,
the cost would be over a hundred million ster
ling, tills enormous sum could, ot (nurse, be
ral-ed tiv succe-sive loans, hut it would mako
the Londoners pav for u lon time more than is
now exacted from the-m by the water com
panies. Ilirmlnghnin and other great centres are competitor-
with London tor the water-bearing area
In Wales. Liverpool already draws Its water
from the Welsh lakes.
SVPl'EHISII IS IKEr.ASD.
Revere Distress la Home District) but No
Lomion, Nov. 14. Although the local Irish
authorities reported the failure of thu crops In
mnny districts, no -er!ous or widespread famine
is anticipated. A Hoard of T.-ado olllilal sajs
that thero will lie dl-tress In many districts, but
no actual famine. There can now be no really
extensive famine In Ireland, tho arrangements
for relief having been so perfected that the cen
tral authorities In Dublin cnu assist the local
authorities nl almo.t a moment's notice.
Tho Dublin Ca-tlo authorities have been
warm dot the wholesale refusal of the smaller
farmers to pay thrlr rentb on the ground nf In
ability. Their crops havo been dostrnyed and
they have noth'ng lo pay rent with. There has
been up till now a remarkable absence of
ngiarlau crime In Ire-land. When tho pinch nf
winter comes it Is feared that tlio old record of
outrage will he renewed unless the landlords
hold their hands und cease prosecutions and
tii k im;.m z in: lax cas e.
Tnlk In Enclnnd us to the Itrltlali Membera
oT the Arbllrntlon Court.
London, Nov. 14. --Sir Hlchard Webster. Attorney-General,
Is supposed to bo disqualified
fur membership In tho Venezuelan Arbitration
Court, us lie Is committed loan opinion through
Ids advocacy of the llrlti-h e-nse. Sir Fdwurd
Clarke. ex-Millellor-'jcneral, and Sir Frederick
Pollock, t orpiiH Professor of Jurisprudence of
Oxford University, urn also dlMiualUled, tin,
former Ihriiigli his omioattlnn to the llrltlsh
claim-, ivml the latter bv his support of thrill.
It I-siirmisid Hint Lord Siiilsliury will select
Lord llerscliell, formerly Lord High rlitihcellor,
and now a ini-mber ot Iho Judicial Committee of
the Privy ( oiini-il, and Lord linvoy. u Lord of
Appeal In Ordinal j, and also n member of the
Judicial Coiiiiu tteo of thu Prliy Council. It
may be. however, that Prof, Thoma- F.rskine
llofland. Olili'lirlo Proft-H-or of International
Law at Option I'nlversltj-. will Lo bclccleu as
one of tho lirillsh Judis,
IlrltUu Views ii to the Condition ofThlnE
London, Nov, 1 1. Tlio Matltt, dlscuss'ng tho
monetary slliinlloti, says: "It Is now unlikely
that gold will go to America, Cheaper money
In New York ha- etoppeil tho rush of exports,
and tlio I'nllcd Slnti-s are also piirrhu-ing more
fli 1 1-abroad, The balanco of trade In the near
future will uguln bo against tlio United "tales."
Tlio Ilumiimlitl hum: "The uncertain cour-eol
affairs In the L'nlti-d Males Is -still the dominat
ing liillinimi- In the rltj-. and tho growing re.
port of iholninudln e etfi-ctsiif the eltctlon of
Mi-Kinlov nro not reliable. The eleutlmi may
re-lure things to the condition they were In
prior to tlio silver agitation, hut that dors not
Implv that the volume of tradu will assume uu
cost of Tin: itoxnotA oampaiqx,
francs Likely to Withdraw Her Opposition
to I'uylns tint in Eijpl'" Treasury.
London, Nov, H.-Tlunippcul against tho dc.
cltlon of the Mixed Tribunal at Calm, forbidding
the Ahglo.Kgypilan Government from drawing
on thoCalssoof the Public Debt for I ho expenses
of the Dongnla expedition, Is to bo beard on
Nov, 17, The Foreign Olllie officials In London
have reason lo bellevu that Iho resistance of thu
French Government to the appeal will he re.
taxed und thut the declilun will be In favor of
Ilvinand for Amnesty Defeated.
I'alllB, Nov. 14. An amnesty motion was sub
mitted In the Chamber of Deputies to-day by
M, llezeauta, who demanded urgency for the
resolutions. Thu demand was anlculed by a
vote of U7B to BO.
ThuaUsclvlnc In Ilrrlln,
Hriu.lN, Nov, 14. -A committee of American
residents In Herlln, with Ambssdor Uhl ns
thin man, have decided to eelenrulo 1 hunks,
giving Duy by a bai.qucl at the liulieinof Uole-1,
TANGLED IN JERSEY LAW.
oa.se ot a PAitat iiaxd wan shot
A ItEXllA UK O.V atJMJAT.
Peter T.nreoa line Jttn la Jail Two
Blonthe and Muy Have to Hlav There
Till Februnrr While the C'nnrla Aro
Deciding Whether lllejriao Wna Lawful
SoiiEiivitxc, N. J., Nov. 14.-Peter Larson
and Frisco Sorcltoo occupied cells In the coun
ty Jail on Thursday night as offenders against
the Jersey game laws, lly a freak of Jersey
Justice Korclsco, the moro sortnus offender of
the two, was llborated yes,erdny, while Lar
son, who has already spent two months In
Jail, wan loft Imprisoned for an Indefinite
period. Ills crimo was shooting a henhawk. on
a Sunday at his master's bidding.
Borclsco wasdeteoted by Deputy Game War
den O. IL Btone with two robins In his pos
session which ho had shot out of season. Jus
llco I.nng'treet of Itocky Hill Imposed a fine
on him of (4i!.(H, und committed him to the
county Jail In default nf payment. Tho town
ship constable, who placed him In jail on Tues
day.Imade tho mistake of leaving with the
Sheriff tho warrant. Instead of the Justice's
commitment, Tho Shorlff could not legally
hold the prisoner on tho warrant, and Sorcls
co's friends had him released uu a writ of
Larson workfsl for a farmer nnmed Nichol
son near Hound Brook. Ono Bundny morning
last July Nicholson ordered him to ket a gun
and shoot a chloken hawk that was hovering
over the rhlcken yard. Larson did so. Ashe
allowed the butt of the gun to strike bard
against tlio ground after tlm su.v-esstul shot,
the second barrel was discharged, tearing
away l.ls coat sleeve and tho rim of his hat.
Nicholson and a friond witnessed the lucl
dont. Six weeks later the friend happened to tell
of Larson's narrow escape to a ciovvd of loun
gers Inn vl'hige store near lloni d llrnok.
Among tho listeners w-as Deputy Game War
den Sobrlng, who knew of a law Imposing a
line of S"0 ami costs on any ner-nn hunting In
tho Held or woods or carrying tl rearms on Sun
day. Tho law gives the game warden pinking
the arrest one-tli!rd of the line. Sobrlng made
complaint against Larson for hunting on Sun
day. and Larson was arreted and takon bo to re
Justlco Coddlnglon of Hound lironk, who Im
posed a lino of $'J8, Including costs. Larson
was then paroled In charge of n constable lo
.xet money to pay the line. The men stopped at
a wnysldo Inn, where Larson attempted to
drown his Indignation In ill ink Tho consta
ble Joined him. In a short tlmo tho men had
forgotten tho relations they bore to each othor
and pa'led later swearing eternal friendship.
Larson went back to tho farm, tho constable
returned to Hound Hrook, and Game Warden
Kebrlng and Justice Coddltigtoa waited In
vain for their slmro of the line.
Two weeks passed, and no attempt was made
to rocttpture Larson, as Justlco Coddlngton
was uncertain after allubout the lualltruf
the conviction for hunting on Sunday. Larson
was unloading 'tone from his emplolcr's wagon
at Bound Hrook ah ut Sept. 1 when Warden
gehrlng again pounced on hlin. There wis a
gleam of Indignation In Larson's eses when
bo felt Sebrlnu's hand upon him. und In a
twinkling Sebrlng nnd his prisoner vvure roll
ing In tho dust. They brought up ng Inst a
stone wall, with Larson on ton. Larson was
finally subdued and taken before Justice Cod
dlngton. On his first nppeiraneo before thu
JiMS'.lce he hud been tried for killing the hawk.
This tlmo he was tried and convicted of carrv-
ing the gun tha killed the hnwk that tdo
rarmor Nicholson's thickens, and tacked on to
this convic ion was n serious charge of as
sault and battery upon an olllcer. which land
ed him In the count Inil to nvviiit the action of
the Grand Jury. Larson laj in Jail for six
week- before h was indicted and tried lor the
assault. After hearing his (use Judge Her
tlne ordered the Jury to acquit him uf tho
chargo of assault, us his arrest and second con
viction for practle-"lly tho samo offence were
The Court, however, foiled to decide whothor
I.i. rsou had violated the game laws or was Im
prisoned under any leal tonviciluii. Judge
Hertli.e not having the power to pas uron Jus
tice Coddiugton's uncertain decision In tho
.use. 'Iheti Lar-nn toiitid himself untangled
In the legal meshes In nn-li a wuv that he
could hot be released on payment of his line
or be balled out until a htgner court had passed
on the legality of his conviction. 1IU luvv
ler. George W. Andor-on. took the case be
roro Justice Maglo in the Clitult Court. Jus
tice Mugiehasju t given an opinion In which
he states that the e'Ircult Court has iu Juris
diction In thu case- nnd that it -mist go to tho
bupre-me Court. Tl o eae cat. not now bo
argued before the supreme t otirt unlit its
first meeting In February. In tin- mean time
ljirsou must lemaln in the county Jail unless
sotuo pruceudlng is .ound to release him. If
tho Surjrouio Court derides that Larson's
conviction Is ifloul. Justice Coddlnglon and
Deputy Giimu Wuidon Sebrlng will be sard for
damages, lor fulso lmprlsuiimouU .
31 ItS. II-. -P. It. ATOKES'M GREAT LOSS.
Ioe!e D. and Elsht Ifounis Ilnrneaa Horses
Ilestroyod liy Fire.
Leximiton, Nov. 14. About 4 o'clock this
morning the-training stable beloiiclng to Mrs.
W. E. D. Stokes of New tork wiu burned nt her
farm In this county, Josle 11., her sensational
pacing mare, who, with Miss Kita. held lhe
world's team record of y.UUj, was destrojed.
Eight others were burned, as follows: Two-year-old
chestnut filly, by Constantino; Iwn
) ear-old lilly, by Constantino: black jearling
llllj. by Direct: bay jearling flllj, by Direct;
two brown jearling Utiles, by Onward; ba
yearling colt, by Wilkes Hoy. and a three-year-old
Russian trotting stallion uf unknown breed
ing. The following horses were saved: Heuzetta,
b. iu., L':Otl, Onward' fastest daughter, fur
wliom.it Is said, .Mrs. Stokes paid Ld Ajres
$1U.U0.); Hill Moure, two Jiarsold; black colt,
bj W ii.on : Rubber Hall, two years o,d: bay
oolt, by Wilton: two-yeui-old bay nlli. full uls
ter to Heuzetia; b.ack stallion, by Director;
chestnut stallioo, by Aii')otie, Jr.: chestnut
yearling coll, by J. J. Audubon, aud Rubber
Hall's jearling full sister.
John Kenyan, the truiiie-r. slept In tho stable,
hut the root and nearlv ull the hay and niravv
wason tire when liu awoke. Six hostlers as
sisted hlin in sav .ng the horse-. I'lir iin-n were
unub.e to gel Josle It. out of hur stall, as sho
relusod tu leave, .Miss Rltu was slightly in
jured Iu making I. ( r escape, 'lhe men worked
in their night clothes and several uf the.ni wero
J os in II. was valued at Slfi.OOO; tha other
eight at an average ol Si, Out) each. 'Die barn
cost $ Loui). Scveial hundred dollars' worth of
harness, boots, und traliil. g lmpu-inrnti wero
also destroyed, i he amount u: insurance Is uu-Xhuwu.
North German I. lord Struraahlu I.uunobed.
Messrs. Oelrlchs it Co. havo received a tele
gram saying thut tlio now North German Lloyd
twin screw steamship Hrj-incn. fJO feet lung
and ill) feet beam, lii.uoo tons register, wua
sue-ces.tully Inuiu nod ve.tinlaj In the yards uf
F. Sciiichuy uiDuiirig ijrrinuiiy.
Sir, C'linmlirrlalnM (limine hpeeeti.
London, Nov. 14 Tlio Devonshire Club will
give an honorary banquet to Mr. Chamberlain
about the middle of Dei ember. Tho exact datu
has been left to .Mr. ' haiiibe-rlaln himself, who
Intends to make Ills leeoss speech on tho occa
Ths thermometer at tlm United statei Weather Bu
reau reglitered Hie iuinp raturo yesterday as follows
. i-s ". uu.
0 M . ST '"' HI". 51 4J
18M . ill' ' "I'-H !
a ". ii..;i;,.: rumx f u
W4SIIIS0TOS low AST KOU 8USU4T.
or riiffVm Afie !"', dfimollu air; uinrmsr;
Irttk touthtrlv mmt:
The Season of Secrets,
of ivliiBpcrud consultations, of the
niitkiun out ot L liristiniiii lists, of
myHtfrioiiB shopping trips, haa
'J'hn Honson to remomhor thut
thero nro Christmas, hoocI cheer
mill ;ooil will liEHE for every
body. Good Cheer in furniture hoBts
of exquiaito novelties, multitudes
of luxurious thinga ; each piooo
perfect in workminisliip.
Good will iu prices only faotory
prices when you
"SUV OFTHE MAKER"
Geo. C.Flint Co.
rACTPRY! 154 and 156 wcst i9T."5TBT
" t rt'i. ,.'itittTA,.'ililIiliSLi
HtlTAX TAtHB XK tlXCOLX.
Tire. Rail Vaabi. AtcssisHdst, Tho.
Who TT.sit to U.ar Uln.
LtltcoLH, N.b., Nov. li.-Anaurtlene. of la
dles nhlch paoked tha Funk Opera House from
pit to dome greeted W. J. llryan this afternoon.
Tho address, whlnh u brief, was given by in
vitation of the Marr Bryan Silver Club of Lin
coln. Mr. Bryan congratulated tha lad las on the
part they bad taken as the friends ot bimetal
lism, and expressed hit heartfelt appreciation of
the effort made In hie behalf.
After referring to the campaign In a general
way, the ap.aker said that among the new
things of this oarapalirn was the speaking to
audiences of those who oould not vote. Hut, he
said, ha liked to talx to women on political
lie said he would rather have, at the becln
nlnir of a campaign, the wife than the husband
on his sine. There was a chance, then, of get
ting both, Speaking of the tendency to keep
out of polities bei-ause of four of contamina
tion, Mr. lliyaii said;
"Politic is going to stay In this country.
Ilecauso wo Ignore politics we cannot get out of
politics. We should prepare ourselves and our
children so that politics may ba so pure that
anybody can tuko part without being contami
nated." Mr. Hryan was warmly applauded throughout
hlaaddress. lie spoke thirty minutes, and at
the conclusion he nnd Mrs. Hryan w.re occupied
just nn hour In shaking bands with iho crowd.
An evening meeting had been announced at
the same place, but tlm demand for tickets was
so great that It was found nocossary to engage
another hall and bill another speech,
Kv.n this was found unequal to tho demand,
and the entrance to oach hall was the scene of
a wild rush for places. Men elood in Hue for
nearly two hours waiting to gain entrance, and
hundreds were comuellud lo go away.
31 A JO It WKIXJ.ET'a IIOUT1XK.
He Take III. V.nnt Itrl.k Walk ud Be
eclve. Home Caller.
Canton. O., Nov. 14. To-day closod without
etrlklng Incident for tho President elect. There
was not much deviation trnm the routine which
hai characterized his movements elnce the
Ho took his dally walk. One would think to
see him go that he was hurrying to catch a
train. One ot his secretaries goes with him
when there Is no visitor about the house who
cares to indulge in that sort of exercise, liut
vv hoever goes gels a merry race.
Ilx-Altornoy-Oenerul of Ohio John It. Rich
ards uf I olumbus. O., was one of the dav'B vis
itors. He Ii un old friend, and his coming does
not prove conclusively that be Is looking for an
office. Major Nathaniel O. Harnes uf Kansas
City, Kan., was al-o among the visitors.
lie was a delegate lo M. Louis, a member of
the Notillcatlon Committee, and Is one at tho
leading llepubllcans of eastern Kansas. Tho
Mayor, It Is raid. Is not looking for anything
for hlnisult, and he drnpre t no hint here ni In
w hat friends ho was looking after, toi-lal calls
were made by (Jen. Scrlbnrr, a puiinllient
business man of Louisville, aud J. E. Cbaplu of
Hatlle Creek, Mich.
lieu. Nelson A. Miles's name Is being used by
the iiiioffloial Cabinet builders for the war port
folio, (lov. Uradley of Kentucky, tlovernor-elei-t
1'liigrec of Michigan. John Wnnamnker
of Pennsylvania, Senator Cullom of Illinois,
r-e-nator Lodge of Mn-acliusett. and ex-hena-tor
lllgglusuf Delaware are names used freely
In to-ilay's gusMp.
Tho time of the vl-dt of lhe MoKlnleys to
Cleveland has not been definitely ttxeil. but will
scarcely be before the middle of the week. Al
though Mrs McKlnleywus reported Improved
to-d.iy, sho wusuble to be up only part ot the
31'UIXI.ET'S r.AMXKT TASK.
Gtn. Otliorne Hnirs the Selection. Max Not
xtc SlaUc I'ntll the Vrry Lual.
Ci.evgi.ami, O., Nov. 14. National Chairman
M. A. lliinna. (Jen. William M. O-ibnrne, Secre
tary of the New York headquarters, and No
tional Committeeman II. C. Payne, Chairman
of the Chicago headquarters, held a conference
to-day In thi city.
lhe nrrlval of both Messrs. Payne and Os
borne was unannounced. Tho former came In
from New York early till morning, while the
latter arrived last night from Canton, w here he
had been In consultation with Major McKlnley.
The confererico wus held for the purpnsu uf out
liniug tlio future of the Kepubllcan organiza
tion. Uen.Oiborno was nikcd: "Has President
elect Mi-Kinley commenced considering Cabinet
1 mies that Is about the only thlngagitatlng
liU mind nowadays. He realizes that he has a
hind la on ills bund-."
"Would rx-l'rtdt-iil HarrKon be acceptable
to the McKlulevlles for tho Secretary of statu
"Moit certainly, but I do not believe he would
ncr opt It. Ills law partner ha- given ft out that
Mr. Harrison would not be In u uo.ltlnu to ac
cept the honor. All kinds uf rumors urn iu the
air about the Secreiury of the Treasury.
It goe-s without sayinir that Mr. Hanua
can liaveaui thing that he wants. 'lhe point is
- does he want anything? It may take Mr.
McKmii-y until a wrek befote his Inauguration
bt-fore he will havo de-ciiled on the cumpieto
make-up of his Cabinet."
Btir. visokei'.'s rnoaitAUME.
Mlchlsnit. New Execiitlre l.nv. Out an
UatrnstYe xtalorin Hchrinr.
Detiioit. Nov. 14.- Gov. Plngrce's nearest
advi-er. Col. John Atkinson, who was elected
tu the Legislature at the personal request ot tho
Oovernor elect, has outlined the reforms which
the Ouvernor will attempt to carry out
Col. Atkinson says he will recommend pri
mary elections, doing away with convention,
giving the nominations to the people dirrct;
two.cenl-n-mile fare on all the railroads In the
lower peninsula; Ihetaxation of rallrosd prop
erty the some as other property; the application
of lhe principles of the Inter-State Cnmmerco
Commission to commence within tin Stale, so
as to secure fairness, a vote of all the people on
public franchises; such as street railways, as a
oheck upon the corruption of Aldermen and the
like; the suppression of trusts und monopolies
us far as lhe Slate ran go, laws against
oveicnpitallralloiior corporations and swindles
commltU'l by the promoters, aud laws against
can-Ion. and particularly In prevent public
corporations of a quasi-public character, like
railroads and bunks, from exerting undue In
The Colonel admits that the railroads will
try t ntrul Iho uraiililon of both Houses
In order to knoi-k out tin-(Jovernor, but the
llovernor will Press the measures far enough
to sharply raise the Issue and bring the
(liie-stloiiH direct before the people. From an.
other and eonull) authentic soiin e It is learned
that (Jov, I'lngre-o Intends to prohibitum of Ills
ln.mi.-itl.uo nlllilul family from ne-ci-pting any
sort ot free pa-u. Iienl-o intend lo leduce. If
possible, the number of "snaps" llku thudeputy
oil ami salt Inspector.
Ilrrnn'. Plurality In Texas ir.0,000.
Dai.i.ah, Tox., Nov. 1 1.- Ciimpli'to returns
from 150 of tho aid organism counties In Texas
give Hryan llM.lIIH plurality over McKlnley.
The ninety-six counties jet to report will swell
Hryan' plurality to at leasl l.'itl.OOO.
Iletiiriis In glvedov. I ulhcr-ou 411,0110 plural
ity over Keurbj, lmlhutlug Hiai his full plural
ity will eici-ed Mi.UUU. The counties heard liom
uu approximately 4','fi.bOi) voleH. imlii-allng
that Hie vole of Iho State will bo clo-e to .iftO,
out), which Is upptoximalely llo.UUU larger
than ever befuru cast.
ni.YIVK IX HIE IIEI.D,
Even Though Mueeo rihonld lrrl.h, tb.
Xlnttl. lor I're-eetoni Would Not l-'lim,
Havana, Nov, 11. Hen, We-jle-r has at last
taken the Held. Will ha achieve griater suc
cess agulnat Hon. Maceo than his predecessors,
Uarcla, Navarro, A rulas, llernol, Kchagiie.und
many others It Is doubtful. Some of the
Uenerale Just referred to aro men of greater
military ability than We) ler showed himself to
be during the Curllst war In the north or Spain.
Hut, even should the renowned Cuban trader
meet his death In this struggle. In which all the
odds except his superior Intelligence are against
hlin. the cliuiiccs uf Spain In Cuba would not be
'1 0-) bpa'nlsh Imagine that tha death of Macro
means lliu end of the war. This is u mistake.
Umiio's death would certainly be consalrred by
tho Cubans as a' tremendous misfortune, not
Lecause his loss would eudanger the struggle
fur liberty, but because the Cubans adore htm.
It wasbeflor PI X Murgull, Spalii'u illustrious
statesman, who, referring to Joe Macro's
death, wiolo: "Other leaders of much greater
prominent e have died and tbe Insurrection, far
from abating, has waxad stronger. It is not tha
men, but thu Ideas, that keep up the revulu.
Should Antonio Maceo perish, somebody else
will lake hi" place, buif No name needs to
bo ineiilioueu. The right man will appear when
h. I. ueedid, and the war will be prolonged un
til Spain Is exhausted and forced to abandon
the island which bos become the graveyard of
A I'alr for t'ubu'e Mick and Wounded.
A fair lor the relief of the sick and wounded
in tho t u ban patriot army will beheld on Dec,
4. 6. and il at Tuxedo Hall, Fifty-ninth stieet
and Muil'sun avenue, under the auspices uf the
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Tbey Haw ISotli tIrt-, Tliy --y, hut Will
Not Tell Mure L'nlrn I'n'.U tur If,
The three youm,' Itu8Utl9 who armed lirre
from Havana nn Monday on thu MtMiiMliii)
Yumurt, and were Udumnl nt IInlTinan Ul.itid
becauso tbuy did not lme luclimattntion cer
tlflcates wsre laiidtil at Kills Mnml t,erdiij'.
Tliersay thy are Mi ut. I'etor Mrd." H of tho
Ituftsfau army, Kicalaus Melent ell", -nn of tlio
Dean of thu Itu-bUu Iinpinal College, and
Eustarlv KonMai.tlniv.ti:li, u n.uiiil.i.r of the
KuBMan Academy of Kino Arts. The arc all
under twcnty-fHe lusirj".
Knstanll!iovltch. who Kiho luiKuUt of tho
party and epeaka Knlfh wll, aid tlici had
como here In .May hist on th Ilauiburu-Amcri-can
Bleanmhip Prusbla. They puM d to
znonlliH in t ho city, nnd then went down to
(Miarlehtim on thu steamship .ernU.oW. lhey
Joined the lllitmiern w ho Inndi-d tuitlif ut.iu
ci'ii from tUu htt'uiimhip 'I h ee i i .uncW in hp-
tern her. Thev cm thut the utm Willi .Mmeo
in pevL-rl Jititt. hut they timl. n uet t v I n-t
In host UU !-. Thf (liinntn dl-Hiined mth
thorn and they bftaiuu fnd or amp hie. n
tliv deiMtlrd to ltrte Muieoa. Uu tlrL opsur
tnnlty and surreiidfr t .-h.mUis to thfpin
lh. truMttin to lh K..,rtfl l tti nu .i Ilnaria
to cet tlii'iu out of trouble. '1 I e 'i they
found tho fcp.in.wh forn.- uloni ter J'hum
from tht I'uban outpo-i and unvo then st le
up, '1 hey pasM d four du in Morro Ca-lh'. and
wero then reloaded at.l put nboirl tin Vu
muii on promiaitiu nu.r aalu tu tvt. loi L in
MelentiefTwald that l.o had n half-brother in
th city ho?e adirt-' he Iimi fortune'., -trel-roff
hatd hw had rrfrtids hnre. ti it 1 ' iul ii"t
kuur thure lhe lled a-id Kun-tiintiliunitt h
paid that Waldemar M.irk. nn artluKct. ho
livfd Mimo place in ttil- r",ru'n. 'viit him.
Melentletr and ritroy .tr an urUr lit-iwrii.
Kaoh of th tno hints'. '1 ... weru ttet.iuii d
for further examination 'jn-- .i- -omn talk
anion tno KUi? Ibland tl t ul uf -'udm: them
I'arlv to Itiunia. A- thev p.i-ied iti-pinMlon in
May, when the lumled f urn I I.e Pi 'iM, it it
ft o mew hut improbable tlnti lhe ill ii deport
ed. 'Ihevexpt-il to u.kLm -orne money li m 1
11111 an aetount of th"ir expi'reiue-. about
whK'h they woulu ulo no tictaib, to thentwa-papers.
a jvniciovs vot.iri:MAS.
ICcfuacd to Arrevt m lluxtnrhn lX.iu on l)e
Uiuntl tin $ I'lckpockrt.
While Michael Kelly of i.'OS Kant Twenty
ninth street wa walUInu on Ilron.lw iy lat je
terday enint bomo ope robbed him of $17
which he had In the ouuldc pocket of h.s oxer
coat. Hedlfcovcred his loa In the express ofilco nt
tho corner of Ilrondvray and renty-Mtui.d
trret, nnd when ho left tlio oillce he accused
E lward Dennlu, a denier in trunk, with a More
under tho expre otliee. nf having rotdnd him,
ami culltd I'olirein.iu Kaklun nf the Vo-t'n,tr
tietli htrtet pIkjJoii, to urrul Mr le:iiiin,
l.HkincftiU If had known Mr. Ihuinl fifteen
eais as a rt Hpei luhhMiiau, and he nfnil to
make the arre-t. Mr. Kelh "iiitso t i.e bt..tion
hoie and enmidaliied lot'apl. ( hapmit'i
Kakinw explained to I'apl. ("apmait liN lea
noun for not arreAliUi; Mr. lituiin, ii'id t-ahl
that Mr. Kellj iuut be mihtitken. t apt. L'lMp
mau upheld Kaklnn and refused iitiiltrtaiu
Mr. Kfiih complaint.
TTfpNioN-ii t ib i4iti.Mii r.imit sir vsi
j vihsUVoh nib ci .yoi m;, vm mi.ii
CL Dl'PAUl HKM. -LIMAIlh "1 I W.IM' N
DlHUArtt-r UF SIKS OUU 1U dlllM' m "'"i
loiiKi r iktaoiliituii hu'I I "Htt inur ei io n v inu
miyotlitr Aiterlltuu' plokleltn, e t i'inriiof
Un Lhd'T nu t -I ntllU tri'Utim it. i I slu
dlttiMa, pilns Hi oiii', red pr- i r I'r'atuii'i
tnouii), u eer pun m vellMi;it, t.idi y i"t l .ddrr
eoinp -Inn, caA u: Indaiuumi ii'ii, n .nmlitl
opd oitfam, t hv Imik, ioii ltjui) u t y,
pi rmuiifii l t un'il. iiu ht.uut to i Krr miiiMium
UHO IHMt. Mil .DLK I'sviy lu.p" il i n r inowil
huilureri. do imt vs jto time lUlliiu i Vtu pi y
iL'ltliH Kditxui' er Oi.U UU. 'ilUNDI I li)r lullo.
UlKh'i: 0i:i. IA VbAUb ul 11 A M i ! ht be
twrrii fith anl Itii av. Aitln rr- Mullen 1.
linuri, Utntf s itid tn,lMo 4 Noeluuf niit-. eureil
"oTW lilt. Oil t V,"tAi.4r.. -.rli.ll-t 'lM
tlieMMrn il ii only, i i p r nuM rurit
ifUttr.inievd tu id' dift-aif nr in mi r ui M !" 1
polMiii, ktulu ilniMsi-i. Mdoey uml U l i truub e.
wrakprvi. rnrMi'4 d liiitt, r; ' ' jouili lal
drem, wuk, itndtflo;ifil urvuu i' u d.iin nt to
lu-trriuge, Ae le nit . eitnu I i-m l l I'eial t
inthWelty onteoer .Syeur'dt -' I i-t 1 U t to ,
near Uiilnn R'liuir Itnurs n to . iih1hi ) lit .1.
bileiitltle treat nit ninl advice ire jh du in .'n.
ITurT;. NliAl)NKiniruriirii. n Uet : rf
enlli kl "elcntl , kilful i reaini.-ot o -i 1
ortraute and funetlouiii dtnunn m und it r.- mm It l of
women ; inoM dehenlH opi rMlioii-. . - ul p r
formid. KHir mil e In err eu-e pri t- I ot.houlv
matron, win mil tatT of train -I nurhM :i at
tend.ii.ee, tniiu ifttbui either ptiini I urn letter,
frc; hours wto . tr atiuent b m til
As-A.A.-Q17ICK.KiT lM'.KMAM'.N V
cureiuaiii,ii-fif itiiii, dtiterou-1 i .! d 1 1 r
II fat one thoi.t dt-sirlu tin tlni- a t I nti to
treatment innuM enll 'lhe lead u, oj c, tit-t. Ir
nONSCHUlL U7 Wo; 2.1 st. J tu d, ii I- V, ami
Uayij, K) to v.
A -A.- Pit, W.INN. vi nnd -Ml W -. .1 t .n-nr
uroadway. loiutilt it on ami t u iilimtloii trc o;
Dlt llKAllt curei all wi.o wer inen-th'e In Tmi
lioipltaU. nnd by tbe eminent pliii nun in
A mi-r lea and Kunvc, wlthitiu uuii tin p !... mm or
!imiK-ou ni it, clue, proatate Id. Pb-r Mditrt,
bli)ilpoUonliir uieera, n dmea iot nut'ilitutil,
varleoeeie U ledmne and Hirielur , wnliuui pa n. at
104 Kaftt UVtli at. I ookii'i im.iifd
Dlt. HK NllAltDahuuiCHn.iiu tt wt 4 tl ft . pe.
eialiat In fis-mi' irrecuiariin - .t i h i eri in e.
LAnir.J CMcostsr's Enrich Pcn-yroyal p;n
(Pitou4 Prt&a), nro the lieat. - . miui.
l.tv B9 oturr MnJ 4iM isin'( ' ' trlt l r. ' l(llf
tor Lj."ii lima ir Return Mil I.., 1'riiwina,
Chichetticr ch.ui.cal Li.. i'lilUua,, lu. (
IAIMl.! ni'irried or i.iim, emu i ( ft und Mrt.
j Hoilmanu. ia& rat 4nth t in dt tvtnnu Irrucu
Urltivaaud upprtlon vHh pLrfti i in iMidu, private
M US LANDAU, doctor for la fe. only n-ilrv .i tu
pert; iklltully treats fni.tie nr -tumr t ea nn 1
aupprra.ou, p tricot inttnol. 1J rAUl 4Ut at., Iivar
Limgiuuav,i ilueruvm, UU PtrU.
I Klnhrit I nils t Sleet McPorttimd. ?
j '1 he II oklt i HrdLo A. C. held another
bixinc <ow at the ulytnpl lUnk, rifteentb ?
htrot and'Ihinl nenue, outh Urooklyn, laat fflH
muht. Johnny ltcacan was the referee. ''
Tim :Vrt hout vtm for eiyl.t round", at 1?3 U
, pontnli. bttucen Kddie Uru her of Williams- -B
bur had Charley Johnson of South Urooklyn. H
lie "I -iTher" jabbed bis mat; with both. H
hands all o-er the r.ri; In the Mri round, and In ;H
thf ft-u i il i rli rti' Itfiyati topped tho "gr,ft fM
and nwnrded th' boot to liricher. H
flho&irond b'i;t ua between Mney Ilauch H
of Itronklin and I'al-ey Iiale of IlurTalo. Th H
men met for vmlu r muds. Haley tipped tho 3
beam at 1 UUj pounds ami llHtigh at 11H. vH
ltalr proved to be the bettor man and received H
the dLclslnu. ,H
'lltf nxi limit was to havo been between Kid 'iH
Mei'i.rtlund of Sew York aud Joe Flaherty of tH
1 Louell ft r twenty rounds, at 140 paunun, Tho !;':jH
1 annouurement wua made that Flaherty waaun- (H
able to appear on nisi to a broken hand, aud also ill
that McPari.-inu: reluseil to meet any one ex iH
cept nunc tj'. A subatlt'tte bout was talked of -H
betwien'lmn MratU of Lowell and Maurlco JM
Hiu'er-iron of i'tovideuce. This, however, fell jB
i'ublir lotiff.d. fl
TTusFoi nc-i: .soricH. Lm
ih .miM bi-re.ul HA l.V L; sll Interrsted, u chsnECS ,tm
nik (uc irui any iu..e ) . , H
lurtUn in ill. ,or l.tc vvrek Hud n& Nut. 21 wlllclonn H
ll'iiull'u.t II, ull cftnB) itttni.u..i i-aslul.on.: .lH
i iiA.bAii.AMii ;i a ii-s. ykm
TLl-IH. Al T A. .11. ur hLHOI-K j.rr nomililp ' l
Alli lx bouit.jn ptou ami llrLitirii ilettcri for 3H
ir, nut u-.; ilirtcuti rrAili-r ,fnH
WLI'Jm.iii Jl ; .1 i i,l)lc!m-.itnrj 0 A. 1..J $
lui l .. I ., ior .1 itniit.lii S,-work. vl.hoam- BM
uu pio.i ii. tt. vwr lii-Uiia niu: Lo,.irrctcJ -per H
;.i-m rc I. .11 Vf A w. 4ij(ileiu ntsry 10. .-IU 'WM
A. l ) fi.r i L ttOl'b !)'!- Mtlii.lllp JIiJ, tlc. l tH
1,'ur, iiblunii. nl l" A. il I'lt I Ki.ul I Jl direct, per lI
Mi au, ,il . rli;,l..u.i. t a Ail.vrerii (Idltcrt uiu.t bn JR
,1 r, Uil iter i ru..dliJ i. jIMH
Tilt Hsi.Al - .1 u A. ior NETHERLANDS direct, ,M
li. r A.t.i ilp Ntiiil M t.i Anis uidm lrllr VJavll
in et i v lrv-, ,ril 'p. i'hsn am i -iJsH
bil.K iav At -' i'A. M fur LUI'.L'rK, pirlcm- JtBjH
i1i..ulju , ti vu. .ii. l ii vl tii-r ior I runes, SjH
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in i .tia.ii.iiip , rciitlam. vi i.uilraiLin ,iB
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Ii. inc.uri IU..I0 I i Mr l HA.SCh, bU ITitll- ,;
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U..1-I .ilia lll.in-.lt IMIU, nr .1. unfilpLs J'U
Ii urili.u. iU . aiitf Irlitrs lor Rllnrparts or aSJ
l.uro, i iniut lip tllri-i'. 'il pi-r 1..1 louralun": at l
Iua il lor iCuil M hi, ur Hi-iiililp ;.-,
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pr AuL..orlu 'l. fU
1'KlSlHi V. ITTFH, E1C brrmnn stfamers salllnK
on in,. -t Iitlir.jrt,. lilii Sjltirita. ink. ,
l'r.m. it ilrtitr t-u- ior CKrinuu.,, anJ at vcuuy ,'
A'i iii-,svil li niu-1 M..u,r, i-cc. lor oit.er nails of
l.iirop . s .itt-m-i ua.iitrsi'U UViimIhjr iak ;
I c nlij A.I In. , it 1'rmle.l Maltir. to., fur j
I ui,)tii'. ii.i..iri Miniuir on a.uuriluy tak.
I'll It'.l ilalt r. , I.'., ior Orral i.riluiu al.d lielitUJ.
ui.it Aiuol ii. , AilJrtpeil t'i.uti'i JUllvr tlo . Ior f
i l t r.. o' i- Jri'i u. AiiiLr.ctii iii.il i remli itnu '
i.inri, t.t- I r.i.l ii .'lallfi, ilt-. lor i.ll noun- V
li l . lor ituUli tno arc aJtiril. U to arr u.a lk
Aft r inc ..iln o tliuuppi iu-iUi) lr..li.atii,ullo
il n nu i'a a or, iii.i..i.oi.l hitpi I, liu ntary $
in ti t in? o, iii-il on t - i er. "f t i Anuriv-an,
1 iifjil'li. i-i,iii1i ..ii. I i.rr (..in .ttHiiifr ulilrn-
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MAllh mi .Villi ASH 1.1 M Ml. .lULltlCA, it
VVi -,r .MilL-. .1. '
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ni.il ul 411 ilAl A.i'irsi. in itr.l.ini.Ni - orl u t
ul u 1'. il. i,.r jAIIaK . pi.T.i iin. i iioiii l.o.uia, !
ILim.ii ai..'., M inr I'ji.i jiiMi, ir
MLaii.i r Uo i nallllU'li ut 1 I M. lol INAIjCA,
l-iill I lil- i A I ., i..iM)VI - an l' A i A Vl S. Per
.1 n ii.liiir, . ,M. at 1 . I' -I. lort-'iblA ItlCA.
ptr.l a.i.i-i Iro n Niu r ..... 1
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I in M. in Jl :. Ki i I. i i.. I.i AiiH. and H
niMnMIIM'l i lij. il VI.IIN. ,1 i an I UA ,
IlAl" h p i "iia I i i nu. tin-in l.i r ior lii.li- '
II ..I l..,ll.i'i . n l 1 i ii.o .. -. U,. .lot' 1,4 "per '
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AMI Ml i' i'l I "". Itiiui uliil M'l 111 PA" 'V
I ll ,i I ii.. Ih p r tn H..I.P a.P.n i. ilalolnu ?.
id it r- ir.ni una i inula n int i" ihr-i-ii'il "per X
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kill, i i il. .Ill i. a l'lill'i iiliil . a cn:s iut- il
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iliiiio,. i ai ' " a. il. lor l A. P I.ll.. OIliA.
l'A. un i ' mn in IA.N. I i .ii'Jln.liip
u-utani ll.i-l rolirijn.o il xitoainlfur
(.in. i mil. I ii il i ... i l l"T . na' 'il' m IK -I. Jl
fur Nu .III Uliwl . Pir ..laimnlp linsry, l J(
Pnrn. itnri.ntiaiu, flu'l ( t-.iru .'1
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llivlii-v li) sic lim r i' ul I i.unii-i-.iu I) at ".IW il
p ii tliiiUiiii i'i i "ii rai' in u'liimw It
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ilui.ii ior li'iiin ' rl.nl. mi p nlally 0 ft;
lire, ni n.nlinuucii I" t -ullli r mm KltllUultlC
ilulty ul 7 "o A M lln-.l.tiTi'il liiaileloai.BtD . -
l'"r "Vri'l'A'lll-MAlIX i
Halls Tor rhliiu uu i Jup.n.i'ir si aunblp Olympln Si
ifroin .in oiu i ill", ii ri ilmlt up lo Suv ilnat V.
I. .tu p il Hails n.r nn- " le.y .ainl., per snip
(ut lee iiroiu --un imi'l i'o .-'nu lure uully up 5
lo No. V4 nl tl -lo ' 'I iluil. f-)r Cli.na aud a
Japan. I" r .leanelnp C I) uf 1' Mil 1 1 Mill bull 1
liaiul in .ilo.oli. ri-ilali) up lii .Nov. V.'i ut 11:30 f
P. ji. j.u I. lor liaitullipir s.iaiiitlnp Australia ;
uri.in ! ii Iran ui . I ..e Leu Uali) up f
M Not VJ ul i' a i P il Mails for clillia 4
uml Jipin iI" 'ally . mliln-s en uniii wr I
sualii'li P ll'iie, -.t (.'nina ilium Vuniou- 4
s. r.l...s i 're .11) up lii Nov. IJi at j:
lI.iiil'.Jl Mil. for I i.l 1 a lixripl VWst AUS-
tia.t' . I'l- i. "nil ' 'Jl Islaiuls. pur sli-amililp I
Vt limn no ifioi. Van tiut.r, iota l.eru dally
n'ler -"' I "lol up to lis v II at ll UP.ll. Halls '
lor Au-llaiia n-xupl tliu.it fur We.t Auslralia,
wiiii i ui lur'.artltil tla l.uiopit). New . aiaoJ,
Hh'iiiiI iI'I a u I haiiiiiiii t.iuliil., pi r sleaiusiilp
Aliiini a iliiuii --ail I raui-UL-o i lime i en-ilally up a
lo li i- I . al I ill A il . 1 1 M . uml il UU P. II. lor m
otti.im l-ilNivv ork nf -. i u.lilp Ctubrla wltn i
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pit .ii i pi mil ul iii'-ir iiiiiiilerruini'i iiiurlaml trausii. ig
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