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SajarMfajfBrMH Hnu.e and Home nay.. THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 12 1S93. nouse ana Home Day Ads. Repeated In Tht Brcnlne World Free.
' SPORTING KRS UD NOTES. Fir3t Sp'iiifr Han jimp Garucn ot tbo ft., ot P, To-Morrow. Tho liitciec' ul.ut'.c Tennis Tourney Almott Dili'. 1 .-.iiuueliui'i to .v.c-rro' the first annual Hprliv, haiidlcup games of the Unlvirrlty U Pennsylvania will be held, aiiJ tlioy Bhould bo ot uncommon Im portance, for t.ie (simple reason that a pretty full' ''la muv ,,e Bothered of the form of thu different nthletes competing, no.t of ivhum will appear In the annual Intcrcuileslntu gumes at Molt Haven 3Iny ST. The latter contests are really ine vcd-letter In college athletic?, and Bier., records tire m.ido and broken at 3 il jtt Haven, livery college team has a .i i.onmimlnB ambition to do something nolewntihy at these games, and for months the strictest preparation Is made lo turn nut prlze-wlnntrn. To-morrow's . tyi.iit-i In l'hllndclphla have called forth I" a.V'flft ontrleJ, artn there Is pure to : b- the fiercest Btrugsle for supremacy, .ill tiio 1i!b colleges will be represented at "1'en.isy's" games, Princeton particu larly furnishing a big delegation. Yale, j 'larv.ird and Cornell will each have 4 plenty of sturdy "undergrade" to see to It thalth elr colors are not trailed In the .lust, iitln that Is the reason why a com iMiatlvvly accurate line may be drawn mi the boom Ilk Ely to be shown at Molt , n'm,u- a . . " An fvciit ot ronsldornli'.e Importance to tennis pi-iyero In this vicinity is the n!erncholaf tic tournament to be held by th (.'oluir ilr College Tennis Club at r Columbia Cvnl, Wllllamsbrldge. cpm- (r ni?neln;, rncmlny afternoon next. rJn tries liii f" ulrendy been received from Kenan- Herltelcy, Cutter and Wilson, unit tn-Mniroiv will be the last day that , ri-i-i-e. r V. Ii. 1VU, 13 Kast Twenty r.lnili street, will accept them. The win- i nei !' thin lournament will be eligible , for ihe gK'at championship tournament at .Newport this Bummer. ' A. lo.ln.; contest that Is looked upon i jis one of much Importance Ih thai be . twetn Ci'orge lawHon, of Australia, and ' A I o'lJrien. In the Philadelphia Academy ni Jlu.slc to-morrow night. Many Now VorkeiR will make the trip io I'hlladel 11.1 to tee the bout, and they are almost all favorably disposed towards O'Hrlcn, who 1ms already acquired quite a repu tation for pretty woik. The death of Hilly Smith's wife has nntertully affected tne present arrange ments of his contest with Jack Uomusry at Coney Island June 30. Smith Is on M:i way to Portland, Ore., with his wife's body, nnd before he left lloston ! jesterday ho wired Judge Newton to poMponu his aflulr with Dempsey for eight weeks. Smith says ho will forfeit If the Coney Island Club refuses his request. It Is not known what the Club's decision In In the premtees. - Perhaps It Is a source of pleasure to the New York that Brooklyn was de feated by lloston yesterday nt Eastern I'urk, 3 to 8, even though the Ulanta themselvesi couldn't pull out a slnglo victory In three games with Brooklyn. Harry Wrlicht't Quakers, however, were -. "good thing" for Ward's men, and the latter trounced the Phillies 15 to t. Louisville defeated Pittsburg, 6 tf 4; Washington bent Unltlmore, 6 to 3. 'this Is how the clubs stand: llon.Lntt.Artl.t Trt. f..4ee, Cleyeland. ft '1 .71!nw York. S (1 .455 pr. Mull.. 7 3 ."(Ill'Uoiton .... 5 It ,1S .Yath'ton.8 4 .7Htltltnori. .1 7 .417 , Brooklyn.. II 4 .HOO'Pbllkita I'a 4 r! .400 I'lH.burB. 5 4 .f.SIIICMMtn. .. 4 R .883 1 Cincinnati t) li ".oOOlLouleYllle. 2 0 Ml) Boston will try It again on Brooklyn at Eastern Tark this afternoon and New York will essay the trick In Phila delphia. Johnny Ward, wlio Is believed to have been negotiating -with Mark Baldwin, may have soma difficulty In escurlng MuntL' fthls deP'h from Pittsburg i f?r anything: "Cant. Pfcffcr. of t,,'!'?1'" ,u ClUbV s ate" aSt ".f J; h 't the Louisville Club had first imt ?, ',JUir,k "nwlni nnd that hn I !mv?iJil,ch fer.,lnal eluu- Haldwlii, r.rer'incn,,nllc."y "tfttcd thf.t he! V,n f i l. irellrc fr"m bAHctiull rather tiu "her" ' I"a,"svlllni alul he "'O'l'l e L?nXce.lntt"ve,n,rJ r,ce- Rs 'e rjJi.i'.rtH wlt ,h trigger call a nlgeon Bhoit nowadays, was held on tho Larch n inL',lclu. Club's grounds yesterday, and the best rork of the afternoon was done oy Ceorge Work, of this city, and K. A. Welst, of Philadelphia, who scooped In first nnd second money In almost every event. The season at the I.archmont Club will open May so, and the (taring regatta will be held June li. while the annual race will take place July 4. Johnny Van Heest's challenge to ue.rge lMxon has been accepted by Tom O Ilourke. who telegraphs from out of town that he will cover Van Heest's deposit In II. K. Fox's office directly he reaches town. O'ltnurke prefers Coney Island as the place of meeting, and hopes that Club will hoist a nice big purse. I Hero la the make-up of the crews i who will race In Nov Haven to morrow: Yale Juniors Stroke, Oallaudet, 101 pounds: No. 7. S. B. Ives, 173 pounds: No. t, 8. U. Paine, 191 pounds; No. fi, .1. M. riootchlus, 163 poundsj.No. 4, J. M. i,on :re, 171 pounds: No. 3, A. L. Vnn Iluyth, ill pounds; iv'o. 2, 10. I.. Messier, 17ti pounds: bow, N. E. Johnson. 168 pounds. , ..New York A. C Htroke, H. J. Keene, '134 pounds: No. 7, Fairfax Harrison, K.2 poundr; No. 6, J. Schoflcld, 153 pounds; No. 5, J. M, Hartshorn, 154 pounds; No. 1 4, O. II. Marvin. 151 pounds: No. 3, ('. K. Bherlll, Jr., 130 pounds; No. 2, A. It. Pope, 132 uounds; bow, J. U, Cushmnn, 152 pounds, I. . . The flnnl bouts In the chnmploiihhlp contesta of tho Fencers' Icaguo of the I A. A. U. were held at Berkeley Lyceum i last night, nnd the wlners were: Foils W. J. Hctntz. N. Y. A. C first prize, with percentngo of 23.04; Dr. O. U. llnm 1 niond, N. Y. A. C, second, 20.90 percent age: C. O. Bothner, N. Y. A. C, third, 20.S9. Duelling swords, won by Dr. i Hammond, 12 points, and sabre contest ulso won by Dr. Hammond. I ... I The Klckham Oncllc Football Team has resigned from membership In the . Gaelic A. A. ... I The Bloomlngdale Turn-Veieln will be Inrgely represented at tho Milwaukee , Athletic Carnival of Turners In July. .... Con Itloidnn Is nnxloun to meet some 1 of the heavy-weights who havo not yet reached the top rung of the pugilistic ladder. Illordan would be content with the loser's end of a decent purse, ns ho Is tired of pounding tho pavements for . nothing a week and his Jewelry. tWO JUDGES OF WHISKEY. They Could Dtct the Prcsenoa ol Leather-Toppod Kail. A rather pointed story Is told of Sen ator Blackburn, ot Kentucky, and the I lato Senator Beck, which wa give with out varnish, says Harper's Magazine. Upon one occasion It was necessary to test some old bourbon whiskey before shipping :he slmon pure to a fastidious customer. The anxious dealer bethought him of these two great men, who were universally admitted to be connoisseurs In the article, and begged their Indulg ence In the matter of tasting the liquor. Blackburn swallowed a elp, smacked his lips, looked a little bit critical, tried It again, anl then sold: "It la fair very fair but," again smacking hli lips, "ft seems to me I taate Iron in It." The dealer looked discouraged. Book .Vent through the same process of tast ing and trying, at last exclaiming: "That' good very good but I think I detect a taste of leather." The dealer's face fell. But feeling sure he had a superior article he Investigated. After diligent search he found a carpet tack with a leather cap In the bottom pf the cask. Only fnr it Time. (Fron Lite.) 8o you have named the baby Obtdlah T.' Wfiatdoestho'T'sundfort" Ob, that mraas Temporarily until he gu hli Uncle obad(h's money, you know." fys A Frugal Meal. f It's house-cleaning time. f)fl Every one tired and "'' cross ; every thing out of place and wrong end foremost. No time to fool away in cooking ; no fire, probably ; no appetite, perhaps; no comfort, certainly. No Pearline that's the cause of it. A little Pearl ine, when you're cleaning house, makes the whole thing smooth and easy. With anything about the hpuse that isn't hurt by water, you can save time and hard work by using Pearline. You won't have to use that rub, rub, rub, in getting the dirt off. And that saves other things, besides your labor. Your paint, for instance. Peddlers and some unscrupuloui grocers will tell ImJ OiTXTl 4f you "this is as good as "or "the same as Pearline." 1 J7- VV CLX IT'S FALSE Pearline is never peddled; if your grocer sends you an imitation, be honest tend it back, M8 JAMBS PYLE. N. Y. DROPPED IN A DRIFT. Fred Caldtvell's Love Missive Went Astray for Many MontJis. Among a bevy of pretty country girls none was prettier thun Mamie Goss. Bo thought Fred Cadwcll, ;- Country girl thougVi she was, and busy as such girls must be, she never seemed 'o loso her daintiness. Even the coun try Squire's daughter envied Mamie hor fine complexion und pretty hands. I'red Cadwcll, With one of his com panions, had como to Bpend a couple of wet ;n near u logging camp. In Its near est hettletl vicinity they had found these t:lrl. I'red wua an expert in flirtation, and Wan to pay Mamie tho mo-it exclusive tttiemUn. Ills .companion, Lewis Snlton, waa equally attentive to Esther Somcrs. , lather was Mrs. Ooss's niece, and had ' "veil with them since tier babyhood. Jlumlo was Inclined to bo romantic, while Esther was unusually practical. It wan the end of a cold, blight Jnnu Ty day. They had Just returned from t 'i excursion to tho nearest camp. Both ' thed. yet Mamie wan radiant. h KMher looked ns sho felt, fatigued. "How sober you look, Esslo? What Is H' Bonn-thing newT "Might us v.cll (ell mo nowyou will t fi.ive to, you know; you always do!" M Mnmle, laughingly. 'I suppose so," said Either, a little I wearily. Mamie faced Esther curiously. "I know you think I have been doing some thing foolish, and you feel It your duty to lecture me; you might as well have It avpr with I" "Well. It Is all about Fred Cadwcll. Mnmle, you deserve a more manly fellow than Fred. I think he likes to flirt with you, but, of course, he Is not nt all seri ous, and I am so afraid you will get too much attached to him." Mamie flushed scarlet. She was silent for n few moments, then she said In a broken, quiet voice: "Easle, what would you say If I were to say the same thing to you nbout Lewis Salton7" Esther laughed In a clear, ringing tone. "Lewis HaltonI Of course, he Isn't serious. Don't I know he only wants to amuse himself with me? He doesn't care anything about me. Ho probably I finds mu loss objectionable than some ot the other girls." "Do you really think that, EBsle?" asked Mamie, anxiously. "Of course, I think It, and I think Just Ihe same about Fred, too. It Is Just like this, Mamie, We might Just as woll have a good time while they are here as not, and then drop them, Don't we IYPllTilfF"MTfill$lH." Ml'c. Lcscaut Says f bo C.itmot Play Her Fart iu English. Llllptllluni Not to (io Abroad Other Stngo Xcw. i ' i The production ot "The Talisman" by Oscar Htiiuninstctti at tho Manhattan ' Opera-Hoi so may be postponed until 'August. Mr. llammrrsteln yesterday was in an uncertain state of mind, but the n.atttr will probnbly bo settled ono way or another btforo the week ends. The trouble Is caused by Mite. Lescaut, the lltt'.c Frenchwoman who Is to sing the leading role. Mr. Hnmmersteln bus In his possession a contract with her, but sh. has Just convened to him the Information that, after rending her part, which Ihh been translated Into English, she does not think that she will In- utile to play It In that language, Then she hits furthermore snld that her lust season's contract with Ocorgo Edwardcs, of tho London Clnyrty, wng of such a nature that It calls for renewal: that. In fact, there was on understanding that It was j to be renewed. This latter statement Is, I of couii'.e, too weak to hold, for Mile, i Lcscaut has signed with Hammersteln. I Yesterday the manager cabled to her , that If sho would conic over nt once ho i Would ush her In another production j nt the Mnr.hattnn, and postpone "The Tn'lsman" until August, thus giving her I two months In which to acquire the Engllshncss of the part. ... The Llllputlans will not go abroad thin yenr. They will close their season In nbout Hires weeks, and at once begin to I study their parts In the now spectacle Which they are to produce In September. It tnkea those llttfu artists u long time i ' to lenm new parts. Tho new extravu i ganza has not as yet boon named. ... Mrp. Potter nnd Kyrle Bellow snll for 'Europe to-morrow foitnlgh. They play next week at the Fourteenth Street I Thoatre under ihetr own management their contract with Ariel Barr.ey hav ing expired and then their season ends. Thev have niado money this year, more perhaps than they have ever made be fore. It will be a long time before America sees them again stay your foolish tears! for they go from England to India, where they play an extensive repertoire. ... When "Tho Poet nnd the Puppets" ends Its enreer nt tho Garden Tnentie It will be put upon tho shelf, and with no great reluctance. The clever skit has not been underr-iood or appreciated. Peo ple went to the (Janlcn, und the usual comment- was: "What a bad variety show I" The New York public has not yet been educated up to travesties. While "Tho Poet nnd the Puppets" de lighted tho few It failed to please the many and that's all there Is to It. ... Little Cyril Tyler goes to England a week from to-morrow. He Is going over iK the Instigation of Col. Mapleson,. who Is going to "place" him at private en tertainments, at-homes and similar gath erlncs. Edgar Ktrakosch has been anxious for him to go abroad for a long time. . Those poor, unfortunate Admirals, commanders and officers of the war ships! How they have been used by enterprising theatrical managers, anxious to secure tholr presence for advertising purposes'. "Next week Admiral Ho-and-so, and his officers, will attend the per formance of thfs-and-that. The theatre, will be handsomely decorated." That has been the tenor ot the news Items vouchsafed by the box-office luminaries for tho past few weeks. Exactly why Admirals and wnrshlp gentlemen at a theatre should be considered particularly Interesting to the public Is one of thosa problems that will remain unsolved. ... They are so unkind on the nialto. hon Comstock took Herrmann's and put Lillian Lewis there with "Credit Lorraine," he hung tho lobby with gor geous, fragrant roses. Said one manager: "How long do you think Lewis's season will last at this house7" "Until the roses fade," replied a well known actor. His words came true. The roses had hardly ceased to cast their fragrance Into the thankless atmosphere of Broad way when Herrmann's dropped out of the combat. . As soon as her season ends at Daly's Boslna Vokes and her husband will go to Europe. Miss Vokes's health has not been good. She has worked very hard, and the effect has made Itself unpleas antly felt. ... Sims and Ilnlelgh's latest play, "Fncle John," has been a failure In London. It Is to be withdrawn, nnd Bouelcanlt's "Forbidden Fruit" substituted. Sims nnd Itnlelgh are the authors of "The Oroy Mare" and"'The Guardsman," with both of which plays they did fairly well. ... 71. A. Roberts says that It Is not ns S'et settled as to whether Miss Minnie Palmer will go out next season undr-r his management lit this country. He mny, however, take out "My Sweet heart." without Mlnnlo Palmer. Pe:ween Two Fires. (From Mfe.l ' It 8-euis to me,"all Undo tWns Passa. fran, as be read the rules and regulations, tucked on the door ot hla room nt the Ilyprlnc Hotel, "that these hotel peoplo Just systc nintlcally try to bleed pcorl-"." " Wnn't Is it, fat ftort'' anked bis wife. " Why. one ot these dinned rules says. Pon t blow iiut-ttir gas.' and another tys. Mies mimed nil nlirht will be charged cxtrce.' Now w bat's a fellow to dor" n nre nd nt Mas. Wini.om" Kootuivo SyuCF for your children whl't leotbiuc. '.'c provide horses and teams for them, to say nothing of the perfect stacks of food we pack In' those great baskets? And didn't uncle and Joe, our blessed man of all work, give the whole day to driving us? And in return they bestow their exquisite attentions upon us. We aro Just even no more!" "Yes, I know pa has been really good, and Joe never grumhlea at anything we ask of him." "Undo Is good," continued Esther. "He knows It is a diversion for us. But, honestly, I don't think he thinks Fred nnd Lewis mean anything by their soft looks or speeches. "Oh, you won't be vexed with me, will you, Mamie?" pleaded Esther. "No, Indeed, dearie. I dare say It lo all truth, and I am really a silly little puss, as pa often nays." Mamie tried to smllo. but tears came Instead. "There, Mamie Ooss! Don't shed a tear for that fellow. You're worth n thousand of him! I'm glad they nro going home to-mnrrow. I menu, It will be quite ns well for us to bo quiet and get rested. You 'aro tired, Mamie," and Esther patted Mnmle's yclluiv hair as sho spoke. Yos, but you know we have promised them our 1 1st ride to-morrow. Pa snld we might have the double, and Joe will drive. We have not quite decided where we will go. After that" and Mamie was silent. After that what? The day dawned bright and rlonr, but Mamie wus languid and restless, and glanced frequently at the old-fashioned clock In the corner- The gentlemen wcro soon driven over from tholr quarters. Mr. (loss's double sleigh was brought tu tho door, piled with robes, and tho party wcro scon comfortably seated. Joe waited for his EVERY BOY AND QJRL G5VEN BICYCLE OR TRICYCLE. Every purchaser of $15 worth or more of Cloth ing may select free of charge their choice of cither one of these Bicycles or Tricycles. MEN'S, BOYS' MfulilBffS CLOTHING. BICYCLE. TRICYCLE. IlubborTiroH, Leather S.nltllo, Stool Wiro "WIkioIh, Driving' Wro'tiRiifc Iron Friuno, Stool ' Gettr Lovor Svstoin, Solid Com Wiro Whools, Stool Axlos. Hoys fort Plush So'ttt. (lirls i) to 13 1 to 15 yeurrt. Worth 10.00. .years. Worth $10.00. HOW CAN WE DO IT? Instond of spending nil our advertising money in newspapers wo givo our customers n part of it. Suinplos nnd measurement lilanks mailed to out-of-town cus tomers. TZT MANN BROTHERS, 314. 3 16. 3iS. 320 CRAMP ST. Lord & Taylor Grand Street Store. will ofTer these Special Bargains To-morrow. Cambric Corset Covers with fine embroidery -5 cts, (vuluaTSctfi.) Drawers, with fine embroidery and clus ter of tucks, rjo cts, lvalue $l.0(O Walking Skirts, with deep ruffle of fine em broidery and two clusters of tUCks, $1.00, (value, $l.7S.I Corsets. P. D. and C. P. Corsets, Lord& Taylor Grand Street Store. DEADLY TRADE IN ENGLAND. (Story of tho Human rje'.ngn Whe Frequent th Alkali Works. " Tho alkali worku go on nil Ihe year round, day and night Sunday and week dnyn, and Ht. Hi-len'H and Whines ars the ehlef sent of the mRiiufactuie, nayn tho Fortnightly Itnvlo-.v. If you have a fancy for knowing how tint imrt of the world liven which ecrv-a the Industry that Lord Heacnrislh-ld ud a a Ills trade baiometcr, you will rtu well to train ad- ; mlttance to the t ranee and lurid ai-ene where tho prodigious proceasen are car ried on. Ity the kIow of furnaces and the wav rhitf of IlKht of an or-cnrional kb Jet you make out. bit by bit, a rough pic ture of uncouth bulldlnRti, traunt frame worku of tlnibT, omlnoua-looklnR- lead rhambern loonilnn overhead and a (ten rral confunlon of toweri, platforms, revolving nnd ntntlonnry furnaces, Rrcat caldrons whero tlie-caumlc Blown a Mil- Ilf you linve tLat ninount of H' money wo will ,'urunntco you I from $18 to $2i5 in viiltio. 1 Wo aro caught with ti hoavy N ! ftm'ing and Htimmoi- stock and 11 wo don't intend to kcop it. I Wo havo I 30,000 Suits, and every suit we soil wo give a written guaranteo that tho material is of tho finest of wool and worsted and silk, absolutely pure, cut, trimmed and tailored oqual to any $25 suit in tho United States. Don't miss this great op portunity. I London & Liverpool, 68 BOWERY. 88 iitJwiaffjgsaaagMMMMBMME Ion red, threatening- looklnpr tankH full of corrosive liquids, and other ntranse iialf-alilmate nionsterB which beset you ns. you pick your way aloiiR narrow , planks or up stairs half eaten away with ucld. 'ihire are flcures moving nbout the place, wheeling barrows up the plunk, Ftandlnir at tho furnace mouth, tamlns tho white-hot uiasH within, wlcldlnir hu(je ladles nt the ciustle pots, raking, HtrnlnltiK and lnborlr.K In a ti-rrllk- heat and Rlarv and amid eirkc-iliiK funics. A man steps back from Ihe furnace now and Hfraln and lowora tho iniifllcr from his mouth to (tnsp morn freely In thu chill air. nnd you can ho.? his fno, nrmi and chest shlnlni; with tho sweat. KlKUres are to bo sei-n by day which nro scnrc-oly recosnlrable as men. with Kn-.it ptJKslcs over their eyes nnd hum protuberjnees ot flannel corded over their mouths and nocks. Thet-o are the men who pack tho bleat hlnc powder. The powder packer, Ills feet encased In thick wood -n cIoks nnd his Icks In , brown paper K'.iltcrs, steps Into tho chlorine chamber, shovels tho blenching powder Into tin- cask, and nresently shtilllM out (train nnd unlnihoK his swatlilnKs, ftnspinc ns thoti;li nt death's door. Thwo nre s.imo J5.IM men ill tno employ of the I'liltcl Alkali t'ompany, IncludltiK npeolul "process men" ami laborers. I The stiry ot their dally and nlslitly toll Is told by the fac-s nnd forms of the wot n, dejeclcl men who pass you In the alrco-1, by the deaths from rtspl t.itory dlsi-asi s, which carry oft tha rtronRest men bfor their time; by the evidence of horrible- suftcrlncs from con stant contnet with the bltlns lime, by tooth lottrd nway by the salt cake riiiiif-". by sens and omi-llinei bllnd nofs from caustic burning, by vitriol burns nnd by the deadly nausea from j Hit uas Inhaled, ami th rrourlnif exhaus tion brought on by fearfully protracted I toll. i&i8-Mi mm r-i.BASH. su:f, is run vou.t ninsni" orders. "Iet us rlda ever to tho Keclt,." ald Momlo. j I Joe stared. "Hex pnrdln' mum. but the roads Is awful up there. 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HIIO Amatrrdnm nvr.t 143 III. vlaloii al.l (4 .llnrkrl al.l !(I4 (I'm tiOlh al.i IBS I'linmhi-ra ai.i Illli xnnlh at.t 4 Ate. 1)1 S A-v. C.t tli'4 Cnrinhie at. Jerat-y C'ltr-iai, au,. 031 Newark niitil 477 lirovn n.l 4'J .'loiilyotnrrT at. Tf. jammes, 000 llltl)AI)VA AM) 13 U. 30TI1 rtT. IMAI'UI.'ltATION SAI.H. llnj.l lliarrllx Klil (ilota.. CUc , worth f 1.25. II. H. l;n.lirui.lft,l KM. 'Jc 1 ottli SI. 73. il II. 1 hn.iiol. Wait. I. either. IBo, ; worlli tl. It. II. Chatnoli ttaili Uth.r. r.Vc; worth 41,-Jt. IIIISIKKV f-AI.K. Tura I.U'o Staltilrm ltoae, I'.lr. , worth RSe. . Ftuhrultlnreil rtal.i VttU, lvft-. . worth 76o. fawl-B Itlbtirttl Vffiti, 7--. . worth 'J?ti. luitcrtiie Uriluctioti In All llepartmantt. AMUSEMCUTS. UfflPT PQ TIIKATff II. rjjljj JjXi O jir. llourrO. Miner, Preprlelnr. THE LOST PARADISE. NKT 1VKI K A(IM!1 IIHItMlllN. WORTH'S th AVrai.ST. " Oreat huct-i-.s. ' Comedr. Chrlatnia. Kre.' IXiuhla Miorr. I ilicli L'lflit VaitJevllle Co. KTU AC 'llli:A1KK,r.-.lwaf AlSthatT 01 II M V C . u. MtNI'll. I'rop. .Man. Matlti'ra I .lit. nTI'Alt ' ltl)llxt Wen. an.lSit. In Hllll hTHOI-S TO I ONUtlKlt. Moiulaj Maris. "I lit. IIKNIIIKIYA. " r-eti tios nu .ale. A M-an Woman. (Trotii Thc.I Mrs. Do f-tjlc Ot nil st-rrllp, Idloll-, (llr Kupuncljr funulni; rollowers ot fashion, I thin!.- .vrs. Do Avnoola llni most ronirniftl Llr. aim has kodc- to wcarlne lmOi-l:lrls. .Mr. Iiu htylu-Wtial dincn-uiu doos that malic to j out .Mrs. lie hij-le Why, now we'll all have to Ticar them I "So much the hotter then!" exclaimed Mnmle, recklessly. Wu wnnt tn ro somcwhero we have not been this Win ter " "Aro you sure It will he best, MnmieT" nsheil Esther, anxiously. "Vi-s. 1 nm (letertnlncd to ro there ami nowhere else." Ksther hml never seen Mnmle In such hlKh H'lrltu Sho saiiR nml latiRhc-U, ami vni the life of the party. It lias as Joe hnil bitlil. The drifts ero num-.-rouH ami hlKh. hut they tolled throiiKli them, r-xr-eclliiK tu I.e re warded wlln the view when they reached the Ncc't. Durlns their prosresn through one of tha luiRfl hanks of snow, I'n-d tiuletly leachetl out and pliiecd a tmuill foldoi note In Mamie's hnml. Mamie ns quietly tool: It. It seemed to her llici'K inlfslit lie a lilt of fate about It. Mho ri'tnomliiireil that her purtu was In 11 cunningly contrived pocket on the 1,-ihldt- of In r miin' iihu managed to liml It and shut the not- r-L-cute y within It. I'red had suddenly drown very crave. Ho did not seem at all like himself. "Are our hlh spirits Krttlm: frozen In thli ntmosi hero?" tisked I'slher, lauuh liiKly. "I'm not sure but they are. It Is cold, thnt'.i a fact," he replied. "Oh, Joe! Just look at tint drift!" shrieked tie Kills duo. ' Yes, mum; I can't tt-eni to see nothln' j else'" ho rr plied. "It's no use; we shall I li.ivn to s.iovel all that pile or turn 1 back I'll tlo ns you say, mum." . "Let's turn back," fnld Mnmle, conx InKly, to leather. The horses lloundered and pulled, and even with tho best of drivers could do J nothing. Over the party went Into the ! In Sunday's' World?, : " jj V( ( McD's unauthorized ''3 ffjgf History of Columbus, ' with original drawings. "Jlj Garfield's Life and . , Jtj Character as Seen , )S e by John J. Ingalls. : i McAllister to the" " M Foreign Visitors What ' a i to see and do in ,9j W America. If E OErTMUsEE. NEW WAX BROllPlC SUISICK OPKN Ffton It TO 11. (lkANl) VAUOIiVILI.1! PHRFORrtANCR I rout 2 tn A t'.AI.. uml from H la 1 1 1'. .11. A.lmli.lon Kit oeuta wall. nfttAli'AY "THKATltKr HOPPER. I PANJANDRUM. Ktenlnca at S. Malllir. SnlarjLr 111. 1ITII ST. iMIHIC IIAI.'l. and' Albanfbra Court. l;l ami 1M lutt I (that. ' THE MONSTER ORCHESTRION rinrtTerr Afternoon 5ilL5zin,tl H, R. JACOBS' THEATRE. !SM: MATS HON., IUIIA.S. RUIN VICHNRIt In TIII'll.H. ANDRAT. SHIA.IMIM 0'1II(I1!.X. Neit Weat-I'KUK'H HAD IU)V. ! I3IJOII TIIK1TKK. Ilrotdwir, near r.fltlnt. mailt., K. 13. Matlueea We.l. and Nat. tl'll WhnK OK OUIl (1KH ATK.HT HUUI.'ltSH, A TEXAS STEER. iioum-i L-niivviiBD au. tiik time. A (heat . The Womlerfol ..BtlOAHWAY flllOOKrul. ! rPV!TAI ANU OI'KN FIIUM jWKISlAL. asT1 KT, 1 K M. tJNTll. ; MA7R . AnmualoB MIIINIOIIT. : : 2M. PARK THEATnCtCOKlfKRMTIIHT. I Hill MATH. TU KB,. TUI1HH. and HAT. BOB rITZSIMMONS'S SPECIALTY CO. Movt'R"mi)iHAtmtiAiiirfHraMf Lranlnil at S,3U. rlaiurdar Matlnva at I. A TRIPT0"pii'&AT0WN. KARRIUAM'S TnCATRB M. W. Itaaler. Mfr. WadneetU;! tlallaaaa rlaturdar. UNION syUAUK TtlliA'l'ltK WILSON BARRETT nil hU fimontLoodon eompftDr. "TONY PASTOFS TlTTHET LILY BURNAHD JuhEtliWk. CLII'I'KB QUARTfcT. H MARVKLLKS. rv A I V'Q T-r,i"fiT AT g. w M L. T O. Matlni io-Marroat T. rosin a YOKES At RUNSKTi" at ,' VTIO. AMD GOWH." Atio-A Pantomime Rehearsal. Star Theatre. Jamis T. Powers" .VA.J,h;iIiV,i ' A MAD BARGAIN. I 1.1-i.U. I J.l 1- ... II I l-l 1 I WORLD'S j HOUSE AND HOME DAYS I ARC j SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 1 AND HOME ADSVv IN THE MORNING WORLD ON I SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ARE REPEATED j IN THE BVENINO. I WORLD hui;e bank of snow. Then thrr wa .inch h slirickliiK, ruch exclamations, such latiKhter! Hut nobody virns hurt. Jut what Len-ls Kalton had thought proper to say to Eathcr as he lifted her little, well-wrapped form back Into the rileluh nobody but themselves knew JUBt then, but she suddenly became very grave. They finally reached home. The over turnlm; was lightly discussed, and at lant the srls found themselves alone again, KKher reemed unusually nervous, and did such strance things that Mnmle wondered: "What Is the matter with Kcsle?" She turned suddenly towards Mamie. "I might ns well tell you now, 1 am en gaged to Lewis Ballon!" "Why, Kssle! When did that happen?" "Oh, when we got tipped out to-day." "Well, If that Isn't a queer place to propose, In In a snowbank!" .Mamie's congratulations were sincere ly npoUon; then she began to busy her i i-If putting away her wraps, When she took up her muff shu thought of the note I'red had given her. She felt for her purse, Il wna gone, Sho had prob nbly lost It when she fell Into the drift. The next morning J-'red nnd Iwls called to say farewell. Lewis and Ksther wero by turns ecstatically happy nnd miserable. As Fred extended his hand tn .'u'.nuKi he looked white and grnve. Th re was u momentary look of ques tioning in his face as he looked Into Mamie's, o which hor eyes pave no In telligent response. Then they went nwny, Esther's wedding wus planned for May, and Lewis had aeked Fred to bi hliA best man. Mamie was to be the brli'csmald. Fred seemed strangely dU- AMUSEMENTS. The Press Club Fair, Grand Central Palace, I. nXINOTON AVE. AND 43d AND 44th STS., One block ea.t of Grind Central Dapit. OVKS DAILY FROM P. M. TO 11 P. M. Matlnoea Thuia.ter and Paturdar it '2 P. It. OttANI) COXC'I.rtT Tills EVKSl.tt) OT BAND 01' inrtACULATD CONCEPTION. Adralsdn t-i r-alr. afterro.ina 35 ee-lta. tTanlaTS ODr.nti, Inciiirfma- Prlnlli.ar Itipn.lilan, Mwi Kinlhlt, luduatrlal U.tiirliutnl, Valta Uardan aud Donated Art llall.rr. r II. YOEtr.M TIIK A-fKlT at B. SO. Mata. TlintL THE GUARDSMAN, THE POET AND PUPPETS. Or, Ticke1 Udr Wladanaar; CUS WILLIAMS, i APRIL FOOU. : baVf. Kext weeli-VKHMJNA JARBftAW. HAItl.K.H ilfl'.UA-HtlllHb-, : MAT. I Cnarlea Vrotiman'a L'oraedli.a. : BAT. I THE SPORTSMAN. j V Kt Vfrak-MIWWIB MBLItlMAlf. ! P. it MArTllATf jriTOparB-itauac. nlth at., n, "B'a-ar. , ALEXANDER SALVlNI. Villi Til It nit IJI AUim.tlr'N. , Rait Tfaalt-L-Aml t tin and Carallarlartu.tlatBa. MADISON HqtTAnE'OAKDIC.V. livery nlfftit diiaday inetaaad, . ANTON rK'l'-. an t hla Metropolitan Orcnatra. 7,000 .eata. gu ce-ite eacl. .' TnallRAATZ BllOs,.Mlla. JUAN1TA BAdDOGZ Next Weak-TIIK HROTUKRA BOBAWL jblRAKDOPKBI0tj!iK " heierrad aeat., orchaatra eirrlo and haleaur, 104. IIKItlt.1l A , 'lilK Hit WAT. To-.Vittil. rtr.t Tiraa no Anr Bitat. TIIK I!-;AI'K IMtll.1l HISU ?iNn. tALMKH B THF.AThlJ. Kv'a at H. 80. IAL MaC LAUT WKKK (lY TU K St AiO.". In lt03. Hale ot a.ata foropanlng weak: lapro-rs. BMriftK TllKA1) KB B-iTi?' iOtSiC UliAlll.KS FHUIIMAN COMPANY. THE aiRL I LEFT BEHIND ME. BranlniaatS.IS. Mat. Wad. and Sat. AfjAUk.ltV OPliiNli'-14th"RCirlatVC LAST TVi IVr,HRH of rojtena Toropktpa-a j Black Crook. Mate. Wad. A Sat. fj. Kra. at 8. 15. 1 HIIBER'S LaW WOODS aw'ybi 1 niffaWaWll V American Jackn Zoronaa4 Allla-etora; Mepbl.to. hrlnt phantom. Draaaa. 9 ".l.a.e Jamaa.'- new Variety Co. - iVTTTnt.lTBAl'KK. Near sth Ay a," rnceiSSe.. "Sc., l. No lllfh.r, CARIttiM. JtlHNKON 1 In TIIK lltlHIl MTATKMJIAN. r 1 Next week Mra. I'ottar and Mr,Ballew, faraaatl , i epiaceiaintln Zola'a "TrifcltiaC." ! EROOKLTN fMUSEUENTS. COt. BlNK'rl NHW PAKK TMKATAH. ' : Klthlly thla weak. Matinee. Wad. aadJUt, j TIIK Mra. John Uraw, Mr.MaKee Itaakl. l I DIVII C Mra- ldner Draw. Mr. Kbea Fly ua- 1 IlliBLO. I ion. Mr.Milner Draw i othara ot rtpnf, m GRAND OPRATOUSiE: Thlaweek. Matlnrea Wad. and 8tt M F<ilif. I THE RAINMAKERS. 3 BKDr-ortD AVBNUK THKATitK. . SI I'fcl. week, atatlnea. Weilne.dar and Batnrdan, f Th?jr- LOTTIE GlLSON. MuWBOK A M AfJtC'rt IMPKBtAfX jK COLUMBIA. ra?ffl!S? I Etary hrfnins. alattneaa Wed. anaalit. .M M vs. Potter ana Mr, Uetteio AMPHION. "XX.&SWt"' I Krary Ktenln. tlatlneea Wad. and Bai. 9 MR. JOHN DHEW IN THE MASKED IALL turbed. Ivewls did not mistrust Fred's) jj trouble. He declared lie would, take no r refusal, so Fred consented, c The hour arrived. Mamie passed through the lower hall to take one mor U look at the rooms to make sure every- H thing was tn readiness. Fred stood by W an open window. He looked at Mamie. n Her face was as white as the robes fall- M Ins around her form. fa At thut moment Joe stepped up and Sfi doffed his hat. i 'Tlcase, mum, Is this your purseT X si have jlst come over tho Neck, an that) Zl side I found It. I remember uenrlnac yi say yc lost one when we tipped out It) 9 the big drift, an' It was Jlst, there X ;H found It." ijj "It looks like mine," said .Mamie, uj glancing at the weathor-bcatcn, rutty H little purse. jl "Yes, It really Is, and here la, tho tit tm tic note you guve me Just before wt II tipped over. I foraot to ask you what I was In It." There was a little smile upon her Tm tired face as she looked towards Fred. W "Mnmle!" he gasped, "do you mtatt & you have never read thatjioteT" S "Of course I never read It. I lost IU M I'll read It now!" r II Fred watched her. He taw tht color B surge Into her pale cheeks at the retdi "Mamie, I love you. Will you b mjr .9 "Fred!" She t-irned towards him with a little nob. "Oh, If I had only known." H "Darling, am I too latcT I am itlH Jl yours!" He held both her hands In hit il own. 'H Wo need not record her answer. Wtita' H the roses bloomed the rtext Jurat theft :H was another wedding-. whleliT.'uul4 havt'VjH taken tjaco with Esther's;, bad been for that fatal tlp,Ma.Ntn