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WAShIINGTON, ID. C., WEDNESDAY, MATRCIL 21, 1894-TWELVE PAGES. 1
THE EVENING ' STAR
b"WDL.SKED DA ILW Y' CExPT SWUDAT.
AT TUE SrAR VILDI!OS,
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The Enug R. AsF Iewumiie . W'&mi r
S 3am IAUMAJI, PaWrs.
ir'e F Tr wras is erved to submeribers i the
tt by carrders, on thior own secount. 10 rents
r week. or Mo. per nonth. Copies at eounter
twnts each. By mail-ataywhere Ia the Vatted
tt. e R Canada-pnetage prepaid--30 eente per
cATRT'aT Qt rrt* r., RUwT fa I. S0 per year,
With fereurN postas ad4.d. S 30m
tfntered at the P1et )ibee at Washiagton, D. C..
a smeon-cla mall ratter.)
WAIl mai sulerrlpttoas must 1e paid In advanea
late' of a iv..rti..:ir :1.4l knew on application.
Firs. Jarley's Wax Works
FOR THE BENEFTr OF
ST. JOHN'S ORIIANAiU.
SATURDAY. MARCII 31. AT 8 P.M.
Ticketa for sale by Mrsa, Mony, 1718 H at.; Mrs.
3Mjiu. 1713 R. I. ave.; Mrs. Riggs, 1811 Mass.
ave.; Mrs. McKeever, 1:OS H st., and at Met
brott'e Music Store. mh21.22.2A2St
LAST TIUEE EVENINGS
Miss Kate Field,
3ANQETF HALL (F THE SHOSEAM
AT r ALF-PAST EIGHT O'CIOCK pM.
tbday. March 24th - CHACLES DICKENS.
e March 2 th - A)IERICA I'OE AMERI
M. Agen Sd - ETE! AND BAnB IN WN.
IN IN-A Musieal Meniinga.
binse Tickets. for three eveniage......2.00
Course Tickets. for two evenings..,....1.50
be obtained from Mrs. JJSUAH PIERCE. Jr..
aae., and at the ofcee of the Sherebas.
TONGT AT B;
LAST TIME OP
Thaesday. Friday and Saturday eveniga.
FROM CEYLON TO THE HIMALAYAS.
"ATT'DA Stoddard flatinee.
cUSTOMS AND CONrAT. IN JAPAN AND
Reserved seats,e. SO.. Ze.. $1. Amia.-lo. Oe.
Pest seats matinees., 7c. mh19.3t
GNTLEMEN"B DRIVIN.O PARK, NEAR Bl.
Asaph Jnaction. Ca. Information reeied daily.
Trains leave B. and P. depot at 11:30 a.m.. 1:0
and 3:28 pm. Fifteen minutes to drivg
LAST FOUR NIGHTS.
Matinee Priesm....................e. . o $1
BRING THE CHILDRElN.
FIRST AND LAST APPEARANCE OW "WENBAD"
DIET FROM THE CHICAGO OPMA urM ,
EVERY ONE SHOLD m
'he Valley of Diamenda.
The Island of Palm.
The Palace of Ivory and 0.4.
The Pageant of Natama.
The Grand Winter Ballet.
The Marine Panorama.
The Weird Bogle Man.
The Alegorl T...mat.
EXTR AA AAZA
Or, the Maid of Balsora.
Mr. DAVID HENDERSON. Sale Manager.
E'"Zia lied by public and pres as equal ia half a
lh. whole combined in one mammoneh entertainment.
Ihe greatest theat rical success of the laet ten
yearsa from the Altlantic to the l'acine.
Owlng to the magnitude of the produetioa the
eatain Will be rna.ed at 8 o'clock sharp. Car
riagea may be orderedi at 10:-G.
lb -. nI
SECON1' COURS'E OF LEEYUVItH1
On American History.
JANE MEADiE WEIWII.
BrILDERIS' ENCHIANGE HAUL.
13th btwee,'n 4; and Hi sts..
M1arch 21, 2-4.
WE3I.N Esi 'A Y, MA1ICHI 21.
V'IRG7INIA A N!' tAI'T. JOHN .iMITHI.
Spdson tickets.. $1.75. Single tickeits, 51. On
Aeat the hall arnd at Hotel Arno. mahM4t
hETZrltvTT MUitSIu HALL.
MOINI4AY EVENING. MARCHI 241, AT S.
Mr. EMlIL PAtR. Conductor.
tlAst eneert this' Aeason.)
MW. P. Itt S4NI. Mr. ALWIN SCI1ROEDERt.
Prv<Tam: Sympho'ny in B Ii~at. No. 4, Beethoven.
-rofor VilolonceLlo and tfrcheatra 4nms), C. 13.
diter. Two movements from the Symoihonie Fan
t'ar~j-. lerilor. Spanish: Rhupsody for Piamnoforte
and Drhtu Lisat. Oferture, "Die Meister
Ti-keta now on jale at Metzerott's music atore.
Wah2u 't .C A. EIJS.1. Manager.
Matneee Tu.eday. Tl-ursday and saturday.
PECK'S5 BAD BOY.
TI'is year better than ever.
bext Week- CIIAS. L. ItAVIS. In ALVIN JOSLIN.
A ildans lot. 40x15U feet, In beautiful ]!.M
EARL. 'I CITY. clven away free to every por
eh~aw-r of a r..erved sat coupon. Be aure andjet
PINK Col-P'N. ch9- t
ERNAN'S LYCEUCM TII EATER.
ALL Tills WEEK.
First appearance of the Peerless Artist
SIIE OltINAL............THlE INIMITABL.E
Lydia Yeamans Titus
tireet froru Imuperial Musaic Hall. New York City,
MAY i;!'sEL-L. I:UR;LESQUE "00.
Next week-THE FAY FtrSTERt BURLESQUE CO.
IP':trated I.re*t':.- .,n the WORLtYYS3 FAIL
M.'- .A. 3!, E. 'h:reb 31 at. near 15th n.w.
it I.>LD.A1 EVE:NIN M1A1RCH :1. 1)4,4
"A'N trlIGN r F i~:'E-i-lCON VIEWS.
MTERtO' MUSIC HALI.
-UN'INIY EVENING. MARCH 21.
Sirst appearancve here of
In his new lecture.
Our~ New Navy.
LYA t- 'M}lI LLrMTRATED.
Pr............ - t >I w on sale at Met
CA fl I. TX."N ~ o
i.* - P-t rth-'. 'ver the
5?. I , .r ?AfL.t.Ituaz at Iatne ren
NEW NATIONAL TH1EATER.
Annual engagement of the famous
(Barnabee, Karl and McDonald, Props.)
Tonight, Thu.iday Night and Saturday Matinee,
FRIDAY, THE SAID OF PLYMOUTH.
SATURDAY EVENING, THE O(GALLALLAS.
Note-Owlen to length of performance the out.
tiot will rise promptly at 8 oi'clock.
Prices, $1.50, $1.00. 5(k". and 25c.
Next Week- HOYT'S, A TEXAS STEEt. It
John B. Gough. at his best momtents. in the
prime of his achlevemnts. never equaled Luther
Benson. -Washington P.st.
sMsrZERIiT IUSIC HALL.
FRU)AY EVINING, 'IAI'H 23,
Last appearance In Washington of
On whice occasirm he will deliver his greatest
General admission................S eents.
Tinnets at Metserott's. mh2I-dt
METEc rS MUSIC HAIL
Ilatinee Easter Monday,
MARCH 28. At 2 O'CLOCK.
Mr. lontefiore Isaacs
Will give one of his fascinating sleIght-of-hand
seances for the beneft of the
ASSOCIATION FOR WORKS OF MERCY.
Tickets. 50c.. 75c., and Si; on sale at Metse
rott's Music Store, and at Mrs. Heger's, 1901 I at.
Fourth Bischoff Concert,
Wednesday Eve., Mar. 21.
VOCAL SOLOS BY
Mrs, H. C. Browning. Miss Florence McNelly, Mis
Goodwin, Miss Maddoi, Miss Du Bois. Mrs.
Raymond, Mr. Fred A. Grant, and
Mr. Elphouso Young. Jr.
ORGAN SOLOS BY DR. BISCHOFF.
Tickets. 50 cents, at Ellis & Co.'., 981 Pa. ave.
Ente Esea ok
WITH WEDNESDAY. MARCH 28, BEGINS THE
GREATESr CARNIVAL OF SWEES .
EVER HELD IN THE CITY
THE GREAT CANY EXIPD
AT WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY ARMORY,
ALBAUGH'S O-ER1A HOUSE.
SAMPL OP CHOICEST CONFECTIONS PRE.
Candy made on stage in full view of the publie
and give. out free.
Applieatiomn for space must be mad, to mand
ger's emee, W. L. L Armory, Albaugh's. mhal- t
METZEROTT MUSIC HALL,
TM AY EVENING. MARCH 27, AT S O'CLOCK.
Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson, Mrs. Wilson S. BDseell.
Mrs. David I. Brewer, Mrs. Henry B. Brown,
James McMllla. rs S. . O. Wolcott.
9:. John Dalsell. Mrs. W. P. Boardmah
Mrs. E. L. Gallandet. Mrs. Parker Mann,
Mrs. 0. W. Mcamaba. Mfrs. C. H. Sherrill.
Mrs. W. C. Whittemore. ltra. W. H. Sisk.
Sale ot seats at Metaerott's begins esdey,
March 1f. Reserved seats, 81.50 and $1. mhl-10t
Fair and Bazar
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY ARMORY.
MARCH 12 TO 24, 1SM.
NEW FEATURES AND DANCING EACH
EXHIBITION OF MERCHANTS' WArES.
Old Guard flusee.
WORLD RENOWNED AND ARTISTIC.
BOHEMIAN GLASS BLOWERS. FROM THE
Articles to be voted for: One Grand Piano.
value $500; Billiard Table, complete: Knights of
Pythias Uniform. Gold Mounted Sword. Diamond
Studded Mystic Shrine Badge, Gold Headed (ane.
One Boys' and One Ladles' Bicycle, Gold W.ttch
for page in House of Representatives, Silver Tilt.
tog Ice Pitcher, One Pair Ladles' Shoes, value
$10; Round Trip Ticket to Pittsburg. Silver Tea
Service, Fishing Tackle and Silver Watches in
NO SOLICITING WIThi BOOKS.
CIVIC AND MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS TO
SEASflN TIC~lRE...--.................50 CFUNTS.
SINGLE TICKET-.-----................10 CENTS.
BAN50 THIROU GIII.Y TAUGHT BY NOTE ORl
simplified method; only $7 per quarter. I guats
antee to teac'h the most unamuscal person to
play a perfect tune each lesson by amy simple
tnthodi or no charge. Parlors oti*n from 10 am.
until 9 p.m. GEORGE DRtAEG~I 631I I t. a.w.
S EXCURSIONS, &c.
TALLY 110 COACH LINE DAILY.10 A.3f,2 P.M.
from 511 13th st.-Arlington, Cabiln J. B. and all
points of Interest. Trip, 50 to 75c. Fineet Tally
Hloon eairth. No cars to Ar-lingtosI. fe19-2m*
.ZE'S CQ$DU'CTED) TO'URS LEAVE WASHING
3tarch .2-4. Holy IAntd.- 68 days, $51j0.
April 7, Italy. 4O days. S450.
Slay 12. Ce-ntral Eutrope. 101 days, $750.
3fay 23. Cen. Earne'. .14 daly' tour, $430.
June 30. Vreation Excursion. 31 <lnys' tour, 51 1I.
July 1. Vacation Exenralon. 24 daxys' tour, 51i..
Send for pirogramns of at,,re tours; also eecr
slon to Mtorico azui Catlifornla. Ocean and ail
tickets isold to any part of the world at *compainies'
rates. Secnd for- *aze's Giazette. 10c,:
mhl4-s~wtf W. P. VAN WICKLE, 1225 Pa. ave.
BY RAIL TO
__FARE. 50 CENTS ROU ND TRIP. mhl5-cf
To',mb of Washito n,
Daily (except Sunday).
At 10 am.. re-turning by 2:45 p.m.
Adlniis,.don to groundl, 25 cents.
Tickets, with .Mount Verno~n admission coupon, for
sale at wharf andi at ho't.*ls.
Will also inake flyer landing. as far. as Glymouumt,
stopping for freight and patsengers bith ways. For
ebarters, Ac., appliy at oftnee of Steam*r Mancalester.
eelS L. L. lLAKE, Cap~t.
FUltI REN\I- la THiE IyAY. N16HT . WEE:K tit
fluonthi. Odd1 Fellowss' Hall. on 7th st. be.twccn
lb ad E s1a. nOw.; largest stag'.d hall In the
city; with ante r'ooms andt ueIrr rcom attacheA
Suitable for ball-, 'tne rt ' fa Ire and ente.r
tainruel Is of all kinds. Panrties destring Airst
elass, centrally b..'at."l halt at nmoder~ate renral
will find it to their advanitac,- to calt f->r terins
tnh21-lm 1423 Pa. ace.
OLD HA1At MA'l-TItISES RIEMAI.E FORt $2.00
each; as rmany a.. four. $1.7> ,-ach, and as many
a $ ix 1S eah satIsfactIen or no pny A.
LE'TI HIE. - EVEttE'T J. WAILLNG, ESQ.--SUB
ct: ."hake.arean School of Ethics," at
un giten's Cbristbau Association Hull, 1607
Ieli. Ilt At. n.w.. FIitlAY. March 23. Benefit
Y ing \en's Christian Association. Almissios,
GAILLARD SC15o1. (OF LANGI'AG1,
06 ' ST. N. W.
Indurued by the best scholars of
mh21-lm France, England and America.
COLUMBIA CONSEtVATORY OF MUSIC, 900 K
st. n.w.--Plano, harmony, &c. Evening lessons it
desired. EW).1N MALti.'rinipal, from New Eng
land Conservatory of Mlusic. ltostou. te21-at*
PROF. ARNOLLI W. M1EYER, GRADUATE LEIP
--Piano, Letesclitzki nethod, voice culture.
O inal system, busid on psychological law; guas
antees absolute perfection of training. 1335 12th
St. n.w. mh2m-In*
GEORGE W. LAWItENCE.
'O1CE CULTURE AD PLANO.
MT. 1ENON STUDIO, ut*A WrII ST-N.W.
No charge for voice examination. jal8-3m
WIMODAUIHSIS CLASSPf-1828 I ST. N.W.;
typewriting, elocution, chorus singing, Delaarte,
nodern language; term. $1 a inoth to niem
hers. ADA L. SMITH, Supt.
. IITTINGHAM INST., TAKOMA PARK, D.C., A
boarding and day school for young ladies and
children. Full graduating course in English,
Latin, modern languages, &c. lis U. Prin.
SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION, ORATOtY. ACTING,
physical grace and voiee enituret. 1317 18th at.
n.w. Lessons given duribg the day or evening.
EDWARD C. IOWNSENDi Miss ADA L. TOWN
StND. ____ d2-m,w&,tt
BUSLINESS EDUCATION. BUSLNESS EDUCATION.
ONE OF THE oLIJ)Th,
And most RELIABLE Colleges of Washington.
Course of instruction eqiuuls that of any BUSI
NEPI4 CI)U.EGE in Washington; terms lower.
Principal has been a well-known, reliable and
smteesful Washington educstor for 14 years.
Full business course. day or night. $25 a year.
The typewriting and shorthaud course. $15.
Bookkeeping. arithimnetic, spellingr, granmar, let
ter writing. penmanship. Uiplomas and positions
fo. graduates. Sand for annoucement. TVY IN.
STIT'TE BUSiNf1s COLI.EGE. s.w. er. 8th aid
K sta. n.w. S. W. FLYNN. A.M., Princital. fe2T
1I83 BALCH'S CIVIL. SEItVICE INSTITUTE AND
Business College, 1207 10th n.w. Pupils prepared
successfully for civil service, departmental and
census examinations. Stenography taught. se2-tr
OLNEY INSTITUTE. 1827 1 Sr.
Sehool fur oung ladies and little girls.
lies Virginia Mason Dorsey,
-tt Slims Laura Lee Dorsey. I'risnlpaa._
FRENCH 'IAUGHT TO BE SPOKEN AND LN
derstud; good pronunciation; classes of all grades
and pirate lessons; sirIng term March 19.
MLLE, V. PRLD'HOMME. 807 D st. Lw.
MRS. ALICE SWAIN HUINTER, STUDIO 1316 N
ST.-VOCAL INSTItUCTIONS- ITALIAN M1ETH
01). Pupil of Leunce Prevost. Ettore Barlli.
Madame Seller. fe2l-2m*
FRANK U WARD,
PIANO AND ORGAN LESONS.
mh9-1m* 214 9th at. S.W.
THE BERLITZ SCiOOL OF LANUUAGER
728 1ath St. Lw.
Bramehes in the principal Ameriean and
Bropean cities. New term begins now.
French and German cemedles ree every
Wednesday at 4:15 iM the parlor et
U. . C. A.
MOUNT VERNON MfINAR,
1 and 11th its.
Boarling and Day Mehool Air Yong Ladles and
Thoroughly modern and progressive In meth.
cds and spirit. Primary, secondary and eole.
Spring tembeis hrharr, 1. M S
Ugg mmanarg . 80mME.
WOOD-S COMMERIAm COnnLL31 AND SCOO,
of Shorthand and Typewriting. 407 East Capital
at. Young peole of good character of both sexes
welcome. Puettins seced. Day and evestg
sestoIn. Rates reduced. hl write for sircular.
296 ad 2 I s int. a.w.
mHOOND TEtM BEGINS FEBRUARY 1 IS.,
Mr. and Mrs. H. . MASON. Yste-am
M78 AMY C. LEAVITT.
1121 VERMONT AYE. N.W.
PIANO AN HARMONT.
Sset-tf LESSONS ON THE JANKO KEYBOARD.
MME. TAYLOl, OPERATIC TEACHER, HAS
had eight years' experience in New York city I.
placing the voice correctly for operas and com
, certs. 516 11th at. n.w. mh3-3w"
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS ENGLIS AND
1850 WYOMING AVE., CUR. 19TH ST..
For Young Ladies and Little Girls.
French Kindergarten. Boarding Pupils limited.
Easter Term begins April 2.
MISS FRANCS MARtTIN. PRINCIPAL
Address until March 24 as formerly:
MISS FRANCES MIARTIN.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL,
ja11-81m 1205 Q ST. N.W.
C0LL'MBIA OOLLEGE OF COMM.ERCE,
623 La. are., bet. Atlh and 7th ats. n.w.
C. K. 'RNER. A.M., t.E.. Prin.
The leading school of business and shorthand.
Highest attainable grade of instruction at meler
ate cost. Catalogue. fe26
14TH STREE' AND MAMACHUSEITS ATENU,
or38 Mr. and M.s, W. D. CANELL. Prinefbata
DESTROYED BY DYNAMITE.
How the Lincoln Park t'omminatoners
Removed an Obstruction.
The Drexel pier, across the right of way
claimed by the Lincoln Park commission
ers of Chicago, was yesterday destroyed
Fifty pounds of dynamite were applied
to the pier, under the direction of Supt.
Pettigrew of Lincoln Park. Supt. Petti
grew visited the place and decided to
stortn the works. Securing expert assist
ance, he got the necessary dynamite from
Lincoln Park. and proceeded with a small
force oif assistants to place the explosive.
The structure was soon demolished, and
the wreekage which floated ahore was
SIGNS OF BETTER TIMES.
Trainloads of Farsaing Imsplesenta
Shpped Frota Auburn, N. Y.
There are evidences of the revival of
trade at Auzburn, N. Y. A solid train of
fifty cars drawn by. tWo locomotives and
loaded wIth farm machInery left there yes
terday afternoon bound for the New Enig
land states. Three weeks ago a similar
tri-n of thirty-one foadedZ cars went east.
It was the first solid train loaded with
farm Implements Which ever entered New
England. The much longer train yesterday
was the second installment, and more are
.aA Trace at Woodbine, N. ..
The railroad war gt Woodbfne, N. J.,
which has been proiminent for sover'al
days. is now settledl peaceably by means of
an injunction being serv'ed. As prediicte.
no attempt was made to cross lionday
night. Yesterday the South Jersey's eld
Pl'yes went to work grading and laying
ris on the opposite side of the West Jer
Sey's tracks. NothIng *f imuportance was
done until 3 o'clo~ck in th- ftroon. when
notiec was wired that the court of chnin
cery had granted anm injumnctijon. Nti(ce
came by wire and was iimmed~iately hur
ried toj the place of crossing.
To Protect Immnigrants.
The Italian minister of foreign affairs.
aron Blanc. is conferring with the Italian
ambassador, Blaron Fava, as to the means
of establishing colomnics (of Italian emi
grants in the United States. It is propose:i
that steps be taken to do away with the
necessity of detaining the emigrants at
the p. rts of a:rival, the ideai being that
they' should lie promptly forwarded to their
destination without any) rIsk of falling into
the hands oif those who fatten upnja the
helpless conitio~n of many of the Italians
who land in the United States.
Suicide of a Young Couple.
The boies of John Rteed, aged twenty,
and Etta Shaw, aged nineteen, were found
Monday evening at Roisehill, Iowa, hang
ing to a lImb of a tree, the co'iple h-.ving
committed stilcide. No cause is known for
the act. They were both members of re
En lfhnfllhery& Wraps
At Kmlng s Palace. ;se
"Bewitchingly Small Prices."
orrect styles and low prices never yet g
failed- to bring customers. Come. to our ?=3
miniature millinery kingdom and pick
your "ideal" from the new eleganties just .
when you please. We af-e always ready i
to trim you a hat to order, and will be,up 4!
to the last hour of closing, at to p. m. Satur r
day. Don't expect to find any chestnuts Ali
here, either in wraps or millinery. We are ,
always "basking in the smiles of fashion." 5:
And remember that Paris speaks to Washing=
tonians through King's Palace alone-we are
the only store in Washington having "direct"
79c.Untrim.Straws,38c $3 Spring Capes, $i.85.
Ladles', Alisses' and Children's Straw
Bats, in black and eolrs, plain and Ladies' and 3aisses' All-wool Cloth
lade e ts. Easter work only COi1 5. in tans, black. bluerstnd
browans, with ruffle around collar,
38. Instead of 79& 59c. pink"d edges. Ester ek only*
$1.85 Instead of $3.
SI Untrim. Hats, 68c.
Ladie.s', Msa;' and hildren'sa $5 Spring Capes, $3-48
braids. all the new suring shapes and ladies' and Misses' All-wool Cloth
fas4..nable shades. Easter week only Capes, tailor-made, with one or two
68c. Instead of $I rows of Is- insertin an l~ n
=a* serting front and braid trimmed neck,
bottom and ca ,e. rustle around collar,
$i.25 Untrim. Iiats,87c. f""le"*"* at " *"'y
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Seraw $3.48 Instead of $.
fats, in Miilan lace straws. Neapoll
tan braids, ' plain and fancy braid
edges, in all the latest sia i.48Re, nefer ,c
black. tanm. blues. greens. hel ope, $I, 48 Reefers, 98c.
browns, reds. grals. &c. &c. Ve
showy fashionable 'Hats. Easter w Misses' and Children's Reefers, sizes
only 4 to 14 years, navy line, tan and red.
I~i ~'finished with sailor collar, gilt buttos.
87c. Instead of $1.25. nd anchors. "aster we " only
~ $250 rim.lias,$148. 98c. Instead of $1.48.
$2-50 Trim. Hats,$l.48. I_
100 dtyles of Children's Trimmed
lsts, trimmed in te ver, latest $5 Ladies' Reefers,52.98
mode, all the new effects, all the
fashlonale colors. Easter week only ladies' Spring Reefers, wide notch
collar, In navy and black. hmater west__
$1.48 Instead Of $2.5o. ''y
$4 Trimmed Hats,$2.98 $3.98 Instead of $s.
IMise vr Tmtmed Ists sI ra' ad n $6 'Melba'Jack'tsi,$4.8
effects. all style, all cors, pre- The Famous Melba All-Wool Cloth
Easto of our own work oly. Jackets, full sleeves. deep pointed
ster week only reveres, half t ht fittlag, umbrella
$2. Instead of $4. b-k. half -ati- ined. oint-d -se.
$5 Trimmedi Hats,$5.g8 $4.48 Instead of $6.
'I'tiflt e line of ladles' atd Aito
-me nts, beautiful straw 'ad $io 'Pad'k' Coats, $7.48
lace effects, fashionable shades, all
the Various styles, our own mans. ladies' and Misses' -Famous All-wool
facture. Enster week only "Paddock" C ts., full sleeves self
S e e faced, deep pointed revere. Faster
$3.98 Instead of $5- week onl
$7.45 Instead of $io.
$6.5o Trim. Iiats,$4.98. 4
Ma nifent assortment of Ladles' 75c. Ladies' Waists,49c
and .lisse.' Trimmed Hlats, inet e- a7'
+ fects, all styles, all colors, one of the ladies' Stylish Percale Waists, light
dressiest Hats of the year at any blue, lavender, pink, runfe over siel
price. This Easter week only der, dotted and striped effects. Easter
- $4.98 Instead of $6.50- week only o
"sc. Jet Crowns. 2e. 49c. Instead of 75c.
75c. Jet Bandeaux. 29c.
2Jet Airettes.oet 12, $1.25 Gloves, 68c.
Pfc. Bunches Velvet Violets., 2i
a bunch, Sc. Ladies' 5-hook Foster (ace Empress
Kid Gloves, assorted grays., modes,
87c. Wrappers, 4tc. tasend black.
-A Stylish Calico Wrappers, full high Gloves.
sleeves. wide rufle over shoulder. Also lot of 4-hut. Dress Kid Gloves.
! E aster week only E7ater week only
9c.Insteadof87c. 68c. Instead of $1.25
8 1 2 8 1 t t H E G E T E A M S a r p o s i t i o n , a n d i n i t h e i s t h e e u l o
THE LEAGUE TEan Haltren is e other, ew
man. Van iitren failed to give satisfac
Players Engaged by the Base Ballhat bul lt
-Clubs This Year. aantaaerlascbt ieMr
NewYork,_Clevelan alrkdhenBostton siundfrm h
the lLeaid. I dvied
WHEREK Fa TH E LOCAL STASN~ al
leftoidellghtndfLachanthewiteabe given a fdi
but iittoe money tocspeakkof,,buttlast tea
sonheearly balgsmaadeempeysesanaed sur
lhgdlastuseassnabuthatehe cfotheof ehrcsays
Newi Yoradonathered thastaeteamcluattht
cannJtotwinfthe penuantf.fWhen thehGyahas
ofhlfadoze _yeasag aeemv n ognzto neer a neirt
balldinolbt iewdeorkentasntbas besnnbase
yearll be in the oom.ry anc thyea btheadI o sWl alne bognzt~
erooli tid fir te tean tae haera ihrIoto rCeead
btlitagermne tor hsean ofgreg atsea of tnWscnie ekI h o
bsnebal talln thatoe h toenen compar a tSaoaii utb itlta
mostiremthetanstaddiliont has beencthan ot
Nhrey orreonce moe welaknow t athtieri. hldlhacubi n elc
o half an dxceen t tharsaower soe r~~lg a hrt mrv h ittgof the cu
wn bevethin brorea teoI cthe bseshc ~vr iey n lmnadi
whatmoftrofhthwanttchig, thetclub williver.
ball h cims s the crause tfhis far hlaslingl Hdok a lwy
mgoo icher, fwir to aninroaken oherbtmnadhwiltllfthripte
Murphy has ne tageaino Fullr's ndt aehsmto h edi h
pbace balt thlrt, bthany beliet tohoma pop-isactibittisikl hte
grounders n in nth outy Tesppyay ai in htsioldiposttion. Murphycasg
p'ly on the Yal te woll-knowna scatr Th tiioecu tatdt tght
The lattess, butait enins to beli seen. k- the temowlth dofltsaon
hrdkst Thiter it th prosi thaMrphycrd TeognztinI butteyu
will be thaed t thrd baset atch Daisi esetan ie.tofl.I Inercie
tor the t ntl tof strengthe oneciof th nssi fhmh ilb ri c
qar sition anin wit he weath point of
offsine iucloylet te cub Siaklanybody.ur this year.ltrsthe other, nw
goo piche, wll e a imrovau~at ermean. an atr far toaiv stsac-.
Baldin. ho hs ben reease. Litleioncn Pitsur and wlllte bluit kn
Murhy a~ eenenggedto ~sa k'ie'sager War han the greatesto aklee
plac at hort butntat belete hathoiu blty bgt playe greanall Wetervata
grouder inhisoilpostio. Mrphasathespidtchr hart ofade a'sucssof cubre-n
aginslthaateuroatena bt, ie doMur
plaarkeotheheew litcheresecured fromedhe
Emrve hisub u o tini ast iea. btre
bigsucess bu I reain tobes ifheOimelft adn Broky ut ttle changh has
can hold his end ueepmad in the prfs~nlcu a ocapotehae.rtrr candb
rabk. Tereis aposibiity hatMurhyKeced upe onet na an Fout J ilhpta Ais
will be placed atwil pla third.bs n ai e~ e aewl i Trea Iwin, ok amter
tria bhind frobat Ca pti.Fotsash
i oteouiedtlsrnteloeo h Cpincnt hsmecifedle astira'nthoenis
weakpostios thre.Thi Is ~avV rgu-ontol wbn the paiin of .heyt ae
Q UICKLY we turn our "s
and Trimmed Hats to (
Coats, Capes and Suit
such as Parasols, Ribbons,
for newspaper space. Ik
news!" Whatever you war
outfit is here- In greater v
than anywhere else in the c
We were fortunate ennugh to secure
a maufctdrer's "arnple" line of Capes.
embnracing some 20 to 30 different styles.
in silk and plain cloths. some braided.
rsue trimmed with muoire 'silk. others
aith yoint de tenice lace insertin.
and -otfers with knife plaiting around
the elge and collar. in black, brown,
tan, navy, pearl and lavana. Styles
male to sell for $7.50. $.U, $ and
lAdies' Fine Cloth Capes, with 3 rows
of luce open w*k, black, tan, navy and
This Week, $4.98.
Two very Stylish Silk Capes of Beega
line and iire. richly trimmed with la.
and jet. with finished moire silk bow,
This Week, $9.98.
Specially for elderly ladies -Black
Diagonal Cape, trnimed with moire, or
plain silk. $12 value.
This Week, $9.98.
Handsome 3foire Silk Capes, with .in
geeting bands of Bourdon lace, lined
wits colored silk and trimmed with
lace. Value $15.
This Week, $13.48.
We never offered each Stylish Costs
for so little money any precious seasao.
Notice all of our style, have the wide'
lapels, medium length and otherwise
cut in the latest fashion.
Fine Cloth Coats. wide lapels, cloth
buttons. in Havana. navy. taw and black.
This Week, $3.98.
ladies' Styllsa Cloth Costs, with large
smoke pearl huttons, wide moire stik
lapels. serpentine braided, black and
navy. $7 ".0 value.
This Week, $6.98.
Very Stylish Kersey aoth Coats, large
white pearl buttons. wide lapels.
lavaam, black, navy and tan.
This Week, $9.98.
very strong in :he box last season, and has
good material in the young pitchers Cross
and Killeen. both- of whom once played in
New England clubs.
The Clevelanda will make a splendid fight.
without a doubt. They have a magnilicent
club, and it takes first-class ball playing to
win a ball from them.
As reganis the Louisvilles. Manager lar
ale and Capt. Pfeffer will have got together
a team by the time the seasmpf ipens that
will bit fair to stand well in the race.
Hemming and Stratton are good pitchers,
and Menefee did work last season that
promised well for the one cominr.
No club is better equipped in the position
of pitcher than St. Louis. The Outilild is
strong, but there are weaknesses that will
offset the strength in the box unless reme
Manager Schmels certainly has gathered
together enough players at Washingtjn to
formi a good club, but it may be well ques
tioned if the club that he wil ially select
will b~e able to win halt of its games on the
home grounds, which is always the crite
rion of strength of- a club acknouwledied to
be a weakihig. The Wasingutons lost a
powerful batsmnan in Larkin, who has r.ot
been relared. ar d they have no outilelder
equal to Hoy In aility.
Following is a list of all the players that
will be seen with league clubs teis year:
Bostonsaanzel. Merritt. Connaughton,
Ryan. catchers; Nichols, Stivetts, Staley.
Gastright, piteters; Tucker, Lojwe, Nash
(captain). Loing, infield; Duffy. McCarthy,
ltrooklyns--Kinslow. Daly. Lachian'ce,
catchers; Stein. Kennedy. Daub. Sharrott.
pitchers; Foutz (captainlI D~aly-. Gilbert.
Shindie. Corco-an, inlleld:; Burni(, Griffin.
Treaday. outneld; Shoch, substitute-ld.
I Raltimores-Rtobinsota. Clarke. catchers;
Muilane, Hawk. Inks, McMahon. Baker.
Hornier. pitchers; lirouthers. Rteita, Blonner.
McGraw. infliA; Kelly. llrodle, Keeler, out
Chicagos--H .ntchinson. Donnelly, Griflith.
Abbey, Clausen. McGill. Camp, pitchers;
Kittredge. Sciriver. Lange. Lee, catchers;
Anson (captain, or liecker. Dahlen. Par
rott, Glenalin, Camp or Irwin. Infiel;
WVilmot, IUyan. I ungant, outfiel-.-fl.
Cincinnati--Vaughn. Murphy, catchers;
Chamherlain. Dwyer. Pa rrott, King, Kil
leen. Cross, f Itchers: Comisaker. Mot:. Me
Ph.... Lattinam. G. Smith. lnliei-l: HoI~lliday.
H-oy, McCarthy, outfield; Cansa-an. substi
Clevelah1--Zimmer. O'Connor, entichers;
Yomng, Clarkson, Cuppy. Fisher, pitchers;
Tehenu (caotain). Childs. Mc~arr, McKean,
Infield: Ttulkett. McAleer. Ewing, outfield;
Loiivill i-G('rim.Weaver. catchers: Hem
mlr~g. Men-foe. Wittrock. Kilroy. Stratton.
pitchers: WV. 1trown. Ptffier "santaint~ la-n
ny, ltichardson.infield; Twitchell.T. Brown.
O'Rlourke, ouztfletti-13. FreL th
New Yo'rk-I yle. Wil n.Farlcth
ers; Ilusie. Germa~n. Westervelt. Cl-irk.
Meakin. pitehers: Connor. Ward (captai.
Davis. Murphy. Fuller, infield: Tiurka. Stat
ford. Van Haltren. Tiernan, o.utnield--17.
P'hl ielphia -- Clemennts. Cross. Grady,
catchers: Weyhing. Carsey. Haddock. Calla
han. Tavlor. Sharrout. McGinnis pitchers;
floyle. H- illm-in. Rleilly. Alle-n. infield: 11am
ilton, Delahanty. Themnupon. outfield; sub
stitutes Turner. Hartmuan--19.
Pittqbhurg-Mack. Sugden. Ea rle. catchers:
Guzmhert. Ehret. Killen. Coleolough. L.ukt-ns.
Nicol. Knell. Terry. pitchers; flcklcy. 1Hier
batuer. Lyons. Glassenek. infield; Stenzel.
St. Itnuia-Iuckleu'. Pelt:. Miller. Twi-hu
ham, Coo.ley, catchers: Gleason. 1renon
Stein. 1-awlay. Clarkson, pitchers; Werien.
Quinn. Crooks. Ely, infleld; Frank. Shugart.
Washington -Duogiale. McMahon. McG-.iira.
Seihach, ~cthrs: Esp'-r. Stephens. Sullivan.
itlack. Petty. Stockslasle. Maul. Egan, j'it yh
era; Cartwright or Haaamae'ar. Wisp. Mul
v-ey, Joyice or Thompson. Sullivan. infi-id;
Abhey. C'ampau. Tebeau. Rladforl., outfbl'd;
enabtlttet. A1Icanhen'. Stricer_ Ward--L6
as & Suits
tore news" from Millinery
loves, and from Gloves to
;, for other departments,
Laces, &c., are clamoring
)n't wait for the "store
it to complete your Easter.
ariety and at lower pri '
Wby worry with the 4desstahme who
we can giTe you as equally stytt.hemtt
for alsmsa half the ban.y. .igm. It
out sad you rill And that yea Ohnot
boy the mate.ials and asks the ma for
ladle. Anl-w..f na.a Ir .ts.
- mary blue at blas, with the mew
style wrallow jagst
This Week, $4.98.
adles' Twill saudm .fi. with .
lug cMat. ulbIe with wit. m.e be
lag. full .kit am .eses, mar him.e
This Week, $7.48.
,e.- stylsh Tr lt..ey Oes.
Sut, with 4.le-be t.4 Ja.mts.
wide lapel., with fll dalt a ma. ...
Regular $12 wa...
This Week, $8.98.
Lales' Stylhe Tarn Voqat Gdh @o
with the bug alkt oats. was hiqa.i
with large butt a. :T.. e ra.
This Week, $14.98.
rasiam flue aoth m Wth ma
silk Collar am . a mie ai
remotuhi. ft . iNy hi a bat
This Week, Sni.98.
Is adlitie te the ab e .r
lug a ... N er );sggg R
am&, ma uimamde
Every ba- le---- .t o..t -
jisr lam.. kWt bem a ift baSm.
with la..s..j e.ls.d amd . s.
Osaubte lmiet a Qaeet. is war
sale, -aat lt. &c d iMA MV s
We base Just meenred le Lar tus'
Etra Pine White and Coloed lweM
sed Baolk-erhst. Ruguais Mb U&b
Only 35c. Each.
ISEATW or K*WIW .
The Bano"aam Patreat .auses A pe
Louis Kossuth, the expatriated Huasatsls
patriot. died yesterday at Tut- italy. T e
venerable patriot had bees ill ftr a M
Lajos, or Louis. Ka..th. ex -goraor at
Hungary. was born April 21. 1h4 at Me
nok. Zemplin. Hungary. His father was a
small land owner and beloaged ts the So
When Kossuth was twenty-eave years
old he took his seat in the natioal diet ad
Presburg as representative of a saanuat.
being the agent of the Countess ne.pery.
and his action in publishing reports of the
proceedings of this assembly led to their
sup'pression, and, eventually. to has prosee.
tion for high treason. The goverment
heing determined not to allow reports ii
plarliaentary debates to be circulateS :.
Hung~ary, the proceeding. against Koienta
vere pushed, and in 1109 he #as sentesced
to four years- imprisonmnent, but he eS
liberated after having bees in prisos aboed
a year and a half under an act .f ammeety.
Kossuth, in 1141, -beasae editor of the
Hirlat. a newspaper- publebed at lEmb
and has oauence with his coontrymes hi
creased. in March. I~u Komth entered
Viennta wi1h a deputatin t3 uirge the
claims of hisi country upon the A-stirisn
govt-rnment, and returned to Pre-stburg as
minister of flnanlce. Thanks to the inter
nal reforrns advocated by Knss-sth, the sea4t
remains o.f the *.ppressive f'edal systeen
were swept away, andi the p.etasant4 were
decla red free. the country undIertaking so
indlemnlfy h lb andlord~s.
Kossuth l.eft Kutantia on liept'amber 1.
1%l. and after laing refu.4e1 permiesi ta
trav-el through lFrance, he was hosqmitebly
receilv.-d at 4libraltar and at tiso-si. reach
for the U'nited $tstes 'in No.vembler 21. Koe
suth, who was wa.rmly re-eived an Amerits
mad.- a tour of th. L'nitedi Stat-e. agtatinlg
In fav'or of Himnaary, and th'n returned to
Enaglanad. whe*re he resided for i.,me ytars.
occupying himself with writing for newsp
pers and in d.-livering lectures against the
h..u-e of Hapsh.urg.
Since April. 1'.7. Kossuth had~ bees Iiving
in an unpretentious dwelling near Turia.
and in N ,vembelr, 10.. he lost hisi rights s
a Hungarian citizen, the chamber of depu
ties having adopted a hill l.adarinf.t that
any native oif the country who vluntary
resided abroad fir an uninterrituted toegis
of ten Vears should lose his cvi riga.
Catwaled a a Ilaimern.. slehem M