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M 4 THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1893. I Eg esaMlakeel OT 111" rr Publlaht.g CoSi.ay, H UloU PARK ROW. N.w York, WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCt 18- H -UBSCEIPTIONSTOTHE EVENING WORM! ft. (fnclutfln? posfao); B -W MONTH 30r. fllYEAK m4 No- T47 U Eatsred At t. rott i ifflr. At Saw Tork MC.nd- B eieae Ml. S T BRANCH OTf.CX I Br world mm omeMM Broedw.7. j ft WORLD HARLEM UffWS It U it. d U.d j K; IMA At. Bjjj mooKLTN M WMllMl Hi rHll.ADILPHIA. f A-L1lr Building. Ill South HI ' th st- WASHLVOTON-T01 lata M. I 4 Great Circulation Days SALES OF THE WORLD : ( K ( Saturday, Oct. 7, If- 494,439. K Monday, Oct. 9, B -: Wednesday, Oct. II. 478,884. B ) Friday, Oct. n, S 509.J24. ; Ha by B THE WORLD will Bot und.r nr rlrrura- K .fences. Bold Itself rctAOAilbU for the rclurn or H esfs keeping of any rejected manuscripts or pic- H " tare., ot vhAtpoAvcr character or ealue. No escep- Hg urn will l made t thla rul. wllb regard to H either latter, or lneloe.rea. Nor will the editor i H enter Into corrMPOldeac. e-infrrnmg unavailable , HB MAAuaerlptA K Thick weather in the Senate chamber. ' H For an Illustration us in when a ma- B Jority Is not a majority, se the rnlt1 H, Stales Senate. H It la no' the people who have turned WM down Comptroller Myera and District- Attorney Nlcoii. SU Now that the Senators have begun to H gat mart at each other there is, perhap.v V ' more hope for the country. Hat Frcm all apppearancep. Manhattan Bf Pay Is bound to be a good me at the Rfl Fair. Be on hand If you enn 10 arrange BH It. B It Is a mistake to aay that the nh- B' AlrurtlonlstB In the Senate are talking P to riiIi. time. They are tnlklnR to I 1 time. HB This Is Ihe aeventy-rhlrd day nf the Ht ipeolsJ a. pon nf the Senate. The drl- Ht F urc of Noiih, It will bt rememhere.1. HE. i.i.-,. 1 inn forty il.iv-. HH Brockwny's l.i ln.'aklnc at r.lnuni li HS a plain ca.ce. He was never exempted HB from the opcrat.lon of the statutes ni- HK Raiding oirporal punishment In Ihe prlv HH ons of the State. E Mayor Ullroy's duties continue to Hte multiply. He Is now not only a city fK " father. In accepted llgure. but a New HB:"' Tork grandfather In actuality. He v. Ill HB till hla new role gracefully. B Manhattan I'ay nt the Fair Is not to Ik .. be simply a metropolitan excursion to B a great show. It will carry New York's BJK official greeting and congratulations to BBV Chicago. Let them be full and hearty. HB It la discovered thai an Important HBk. part of the work In Major McKlnley'a BBaL campaign of education Is to teach the BBs .Teterana and the soldiers' wldowa to BBK give up gracefully to the party tNMUryi BR There has been presented at Klmlra Bfl' the singular spectacle of one law. HB ' breaker ostensibly trying to reform HB '' 'ether law-breakers. The greatest re- BH form will come when llrockway and HB. his Illegal paddle are aoollehrd. BH v Another wedding at the Tombs, the BH second within three days The gray old in- Bl Atltutlon will presently lie getting a BH reputation aa a matrlrnunla! agency. BH Stone walls apparently do not a prison BB make, so far as the tender pas. ion f BB . concerned. BB There Is something pathetic about the BlB announcement that people will be ai- BH mitted at the regular rates to see Ihe BH destruetlon of the World's Fair Build- I BJB Ings. It Is like an invitation to he in at HBt tne death of the White I'lty. nhlrh ha j BJB had such a glorious Summer of life. pjjfBBM Bh Jacob Winter, who shot his sister and BBJ himself yesterday because the girl would BB not give up her lover, Interfered not BBj ' at all wisely and all too effectually. HHJ -Pistol bullets make but a sad remedy I BBS -- for evils actually Incurred and a still , BBt sadder preventive of evils that Hre HBL I simply apprehended. Young Winter BB? precipitated a tragedy beside which the BHT C misfortune he only feared casts but u BBj feeble shadow. Bd Cardinal Glbbons's Jubilee, the celebra- Bw ii,,n of which opens in Baltimore to-day, BBflf Is in a sense a National event. The yen- BHH erable prelate, who has served hla Church B so long and well, has kept ulso well in BflBV touch with the country' In all Its Hues or BIBS progress. He Is aa good an Ajnerlcan as H he is a Catholic. America may add its Hv congratulations to-day to those of the Bb Cardinal's churchmen. HE Th Elevated Railway Company has HBH) racognlied the need at many of its sta- HBiBt Uona of strong Iron railings along the BB ? "f platforms to prevent the push- BaE n ovar ' front rank people when the HHB flarst are crowded, during rush hours. BBBk BflflB nut the tlrand street platform, which Is at ! rtali. times one of the most densely packed on the whole Klcvated system, was left unprotected. Hen-e the n i dent of Monday. It Is stated that John MeUattity. the Injured man hi this f.ise. ulll sue the i.'onipany Certainly the grounds for suit appeal to be excel lenl And as thl only way to toui h a soulless corporation fl Ihrouih Iti - istl box, the muli ting of tli" Elsvated Rail woy iTinceni in a good round sum for damSRes may prndnre a re".ult highly btneflclaJ to the local travelling public. . THE SENATE AND THE PEOPLE. The tUbVtrslon of the majority fule is treason to the COMtitUtion. It Is treason to free Institutions It I" trea son to democracy, without majority rule there is ro hope for the continuance of reprisentallv governni'-nt In no other way can the will of the pn Ipls bi ascertained, and In no othor i.y can the people rule, 'it Is Ihe vital princi ple of republics," said Mr Jeff- rs'.n. the, ; llrst of democra's. The recalcitrant Senators are commit" i n ihe blunder of defying this princi ple. Beyond the vicinity of a dnien or two nihies In the West Ihe prevailing ventlnient of the entire country Is In I favor of Immediate repeal. It Is shared by the laboring rlassrs as well n by the capitalists and tradcfnien There has been a marked revolution nlthln the past three months even In States and dis tricts supposed to have been hopelessly Infeeted with the heresy of cheap money. Evidence of the fact comes not only' from boards of trade and other commer cial bodies. It comes directly from the people A mass convention In Bieckln rldge County, Ky . passed resolutions a few days apo dcmandlnR repeal, indors ing Cleveland and Carlisle and opposing all who seek to obstruct their polh'y. Nearly every country' newspaper in Ken tucky, n hose editors are on the ground and keep In constant touch with their I constituency, reflects the same sentb ment. Those that formerly favored free coinage have found It neeeeary to re-1 verse their position, ihe huslness men of I nearly every small town In the State have petitioned their Senators to remove Ihe Incubus from their bacl.s. Deports fnnn oihei Southern States are hardly less conclusive. The DtttlO- j crane RxeCUtlve Committee of Ala-1 I'.im.i but recently passed a resolution for repeal without a dissenting vote. The country papers In the same State impelled or Indorsed their action. The Same tenUment Is quite as pronoumedi In Tennessee, Virginia an l Oeorgis i Even Nebraska lias had a change of faith Renalors perched In their seats at Washington do not realise this ch.tnre They vfclt their homes at long intervals' and have little Intercourse with Ihel masses. Mr. lcky. In his history or rationalism In Europe. aa.ys the Clergy were the last lo be moved by the modi fied Views of the rhaasea In the matter of religious conviction and churc creeds, The same Is trua In changes uf political sentiment. The members of the lower House who come In close con tact with the people have ascertained I 'heir wishes. and liave reflecti-1 them In their voles, (inly the Senators have not I heard and have refused t.i he.ir. It is evident they are lar behind the tide or piiblle opinion. USI as II Is evident that the til is on vviii.-b no Senator oan finally withstand! "THE WORLD'S" BELIEF TRAIN. The wrangle and Rabble or the Senate have almost absorbed publie atteutlixi But lh sound and fury of the politi cians should nol drown the chorus Of distress that comes from the 80,099 hun gry and homeless sufferers or the fever sniltten and storm-swept districts of the 'South Tlie ear of humanity should ever be npen and the hi arts of men always sensitive lo rles for help. "The World" has aMapajwd for a reller I train to visit the beleaguered victims of iitiinsivii'k. Ci. ,md the shelterless suf ferers of ine devastated coast of South Carolina, it remains for the humane ,wl generous people of New York and olhej-t-ltlos through which the train will pass to contribute in ihe stores of sup plies for those famishing communities. The sufferliiR of the people has In no way been exaggerated Thousands of our feiinw -beings, of our fellow-countrymen, are hungry an 1 hi Ipless. They have no hope of relief, except from the generosity of their more fortunate couil j irymen. Their crops are ruined. Their homes are dismantled, i'h'ir supplies of food are in stroye I. There ha rarely been sue'i a scene of distress and w mt in anv pan or me counirv rJlorm a.'.er storm has visile I the unfortunate see.1 Hon with ravenous and merciless vla lence. The dea II fever in n considera ble town, which has carried oif hun dreds of viiiinis from Intercourse and In a measure from relief, teas nol nils fortune enough. The terrors or the pie ments must be added. It is lor theji pisp, that "The World'' 'pleads II has never in., iu a mora nesessary or mire meritorious appeal, and we feel assured It will not be male In vain. A CALL FOR "SUSPENDER JACK." The fame of "the llncst " Is world-wide. ', No better police breathe than New York's gallant and valiant bluecoats It Is no wonder they are held up as models to the peace and property guardians or all clviiir.ed countries Chicago wanted some uf them for Its World's Pair, but Chicago N a wicked place, and H would have cbntamlnatad our copa we didn't let them go They would have be n ornaments and bulwarks of safety for the Columbian Exposition, and would hi ve mads the Chicago poli.e seem small pumpkins in the tutelary business. They also might have elevated the Fair and put the Midway Plalianca o peg or two higher in popular esteem. But ihev didn't go to Chicago, and Chicago suf fared. Now Honduras, In Central America, wants "Huspender Jack," the cowboy policeman of Ihe lllghbrldgc station, to I remodel Its police f U , vlon'l know the gailus officer personally, but If lo ts anything at all llku bis downtown confreres In blue he is just the bo) to take the Hon Inras police force by ih- coat collar, shake up Its slagnuti I cir culation and restore it to its feet. . few metropolitan methods of policing I applied to the Honduras "nixies" will let them know where they are ,,t "Suspend! r Jack" mxy have to club .the soles of the fyrce's feel la vvak, them up. and he may have to import a few zealous New York loundami n to keep them out of friendly kitchen I when they axe. In purt. But "Suspender Jai k" will get there, we have no doubt. It he h.i., to bust his braces In doing so. ; '. luck to him I And may he never run up against the nuisance of a Hon duras Dr. Parkhuret aAAMj .jABAwlf4k.dAA. AertsgMBtttWfeSfir ' ewsi1BaBSwre s IMF FOR COAST ISLANDS. "Tbe World" Will Send a Train to the Stricken South. Help Asked for the Thousands of B'Ok nnd Hungry. All generou.v ptopl who de-ne to respond to ti numtroui appeals for ail in nil' by the sick and Starving people I of Brunswick and th eeaeoasl Islands of (leorgl.1 si. I South Carolina, will have in opportunity to do so now that "The World" has determined to send j them a relief train The train will be loaded within a few days, and will stall on Its mission of mercy over railroads thai have ten-1 derel citilck nnd free transportation it Is believed that many 111 the Nolth ale willing to contribute for the relief of the unfortunate Southerners, but have been deterred from doing so by tne fact tliat It is difficult io get transportation. There is no Question about tha neeo Of families una In through poverty to resell pities ,if plentj. i'he Mayor ol Brunswick says his people are surrer- Ing, the railroad and steamship com panto confirm his statement, and news papers hive 1 ild.Of stirvAllo.l I T WekS pasL The gal" of Friday last added to the previous suffering and even be fore that the condition vf the sea isl ands ha 1 not Improved since the August cyclones. , When the attention of the Pennsyl vania Railroad was called to the subject, Ihe following telegram was received from tha Second Vice-President "PHILADELPHIA, Qcl 17, ism "We will be vi rv chid Indeed to run a train containing provisions and clothing for the relief ,,f the suffering people at Brunswick for the New York "World, and will accord free transportation to QuantlCO Pleas advise US as to the de tails . ' B. PUOH President B J D. Myers, of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, which form-- the link between QuantlCO, the terminus or the 1'ennsyl , vanla line, and Richmond, cheerfully ac corded the free passage of the tram over bis road v.lth all possible facilities President Walters, of the Atlantic Coast line, which extends from Hlco-, mond to Charleston, made the same gen erons offer, and expressed deep interim. In the success of the expdlttnn Vlce-rrcsldent H. fl, Haines. Of the Srvannah, Florida and esteni F..i!l-i road, iolned l'reslden Plint In Strong practical sympathy, lien Halr.e" offered to arrange all details of the movement the train from New York to Bruns wick. He Instructed the General East ern Freight Agent of 'he Plant sys tem Mr. J P HSAhSgen, of M Broad-1 wav, to arrange for the reception and loading of contributions, one of the! pier of th Pennsylvania RaJiroan win be the locality at which contributions will be receive! It will be Impossible to designate which pier -will be selected hv the Pennsylvania ofiiciais until to morrow, when "The Wond will an nounce the place to which gifts should The articles of food and clothing re quired by the people of Brunswick and Of the sea Islands arc limple. Bacon, pork, honilnv. flour, cornme.il. sugar. I tea and coffee comprise the former Id elothlng of the kind ht.it may be de nned as "cast-off" will be gratefully re. carved fdd shoe.i of large sizes, old coat" tronere. skirt". Israel's, under wear, blankets and nullts will be very acceptable. ,,, . Canned goods, sweets.- lelltes and fancy biscuits will be useful for the convalescent and the aged. Those who possess worn articles or clothing that may seem to be past use will confer a kindness on the stricken people If they will securely wrap them In strong paper and send to the plate at which the contributions will be receive,. Children's clothing Is needed In large Quantities, and any serviceable .irtliies iVlit vvll Imake destitute little ones lianpv will i-jnie In good play. Contributions of the ehenper grades of dry poods will also be very useful Gondii which ean he made Into under clothing sheets, .-.imforters. frocks and garments of any kind will Tie grate fully received. Contribution: of money will either he forwarded to Brunswick and other points for the purchase of freeh egs, milk, vegetables. Ac. for the sick and needy, or wll be Invested ill supples of the character named als.ve snd shipped with the contributions In Kind. All contributions will be acknowl edged In The Wi rid. and Ihev should be made promptly ii- the need Is urgent, an 1 the train will start within a few days Did miss van norden desert? Bhe le Reported Missing from th) Salvation Army. 1l Usui. Emms Van riordfn a seurltr from thf BAIvaUOS Arnlv ? Ml, i tin Nsrilrs l tl" PIAtlJ OAUihWr Ol Prssldsat Wamrr Vaii Norden, ct th' nnk nf N.ilti Amcrl a. sisl until A vear aso vsas a lui-li-r iT mi of Ih" f.vhlinal,l aria "f Murray lllll M thAl tints ahp il-:rmin.1 to siv,' IIP ssallh. tuelety anil t.nma .an I OASt hrr l"t wlih ilia HalvsttonlstA. , . . Her "iiiroiR apirih-s re"n r,.iln,t for nrr a promotion o. Ins rank if lleutsnant apnul ln eUa aa" It""' KAi " mam-nelh StmosslrAtion "f tti" BAlvAlfonlsts in PhllAaAlpnla i ana Limit. Van Kordtn MH"J a ona of the nriii ipni ipAAktra sh iitninii"! tni nrn oar, inn ,,,jit not ! tound the nevi . Hr ivhiTfui.isus i. niv bocAms known a f" ila.s niii Hlti .i Icllor vv.ii- r, i.v"'t si Ihr DeAO vnr'iT" loi-i tier ..jvlnii lli.il sha nail a , m i.aul.el har fairer la Chlcafo soil " III ll Is SAld 111"' pertonsl illtTrren, r stih somi ol h.'r mptrlor ,,fii, hi msd her I f" in ih" Armi Uni l,..e,ll ami h. deiided to al.in Ion II vi th.' btAdquArtrrs i his mornlns "i-'ti Cnpi MsfkhAll i-ald II vviis n, t known ahrtlifr Mli-B Van Kojrden df "r:r 1 i f n I LAUGHTER CUT SHORT BY DEATH. I Judge's Wlnnlnt at Cards His Last Flsasurt. I rViutran T Judg. bi houu pinr. whQM i . t- . ' bualD s was M Iff SI -M-ricii aini', iiM ruiIO nix fli,n -wrl dliMM lata Uit right I wbUa vltltlni frttsdl nt U Waa. "nn llQodred I a. I 1 in vr . ii I ilff! Mr Judgt Vat forty I nine it-an old nd railded it v, i t Ona H'tnitrM pjnd TwtntyaiTjbtk rtraai ll n kn i i iintir-tn antra h ht-l Mveii tor vear- l.Ht titnht t. ft I lad on Q'!l II k builder hi Hi-- il 'M Waal Ona HumUM ami -.,ii. sr m.l airael Thay pUjrd Mveral lantij rf pi not hi li setbar it v iiHt .i 0 wbtn Mr J'ii ofo- from tit) mri labia I la lii won ttraa Kmi- fmrn Mr IUki aril h- aaa laagblni haoMII, ovtr i f iddanly h.- rtttpod hts hati-1 t.. hu hf..-f nnd nni Into a ,hni- iw-fon- anvtfctu ould i .In-ie for bin ha k-.. i braatbed hla lav. Ui lude ti 1 1 wulterrd from ln.tr' dlaratw fv.r i rn i . ,f , . ,it li- ih ; rarnibar f Tamn ins Hall, uri'i li. d baan offared " in In th i-. DHvarainnt ui. i or ihraa 01 MUma, iut i '.vi Hill "I TIRE IH THE HOFFMAN HOUSE. tt Was In tbn Annox, Dut It (lav Guusts Shiver. Tbt i latter r,T i' a tlnei !' igo Droadva) and ntonj Weal Tafqtj fifth atrwt, jqal t'f!-re '. j la-day. t-.-- ilia liimalvi k' tjfc llnffnun IIuuh tv.- oold ahlvara ' . I w njiu- I u did ni '' th. ,i i t hoaavar (a as. rr tsin ihti tbty a-rt In ! tiiintitt i h Bra, ht h ' iii tba aonn ti Ibi llofTmtin Uona i it Waal Twaao Blih iiraai, j. -. i . lllsnt ' Ion i it brags out in tha k I ban in ti .ltm'I ir 0f Jo 13 al H ;t iii it. nj'D i- aonittglrg of h m t, i mi, ,' tba aaliara gottoed astoka i god 6gma in the kii n at is A m and taitgad as alaxn t Li ' i. ikt fre 11 t,-..iiiy aaiingulabrd li .iM dangga of gbont iiiu (u ib kin ban Batui 1 frui )-ui) 1 ih luiu- tlox Catholic D-mnnHtrtlcn Nov. 19. I Tha ROcggg Catgol llobOgtn r now r riuiK.ng fat a gatsatai UmnsajaajUiiB a Nov. t j (in thvt rtatv tbt gi uortll a BggtlM of X1r tatolll tba .puatoll livlogata ian ill hi pn.m I ie, i t 1 b praaagtA n - !.- iMmr.- i uf thi tbur.b- Tht hit lutli n .. 1 nuw '-t,, 1 ;. prd The I'.ov r Corrlggaj oaaior of tha ('htirt'b of (uf 1 -..'i- if Ursot, haa tba matter in charne. 0ar a soaen Ugtbnlk a letiea hat wnttap I'tA'ii. 1 ('ri 1 -n t K.-.g permtuion i lgkt oart in tha ggramoBlajg, , ggf 1 geMaejregjitgaggliajtaelfsam.j OETECriK TIRED OF LIFE. One of Pinker em's Mod Tries to Commit Suioide. Worked All Summsr. but Gav His Wife No Money. Joseph Leon, who was. a Plnkerton detective at Ulen Island during the pa-st season, tried to commit suicide by shooting himself to-day In the hall way of his home, URO Third avenue. lit-j vv is removed to Heevue Hospital. Leon. Is furty-four years old lOlght vin ago h married Mrs Mletiaels, a widow, who has a costumer's establish ment at 9S0 Thirl avenue, where she, has been in business eighteen year" Mrs. i.eon business is lucrative, and her second husband ha being living a life of ease slnee he married her. He -eidom did any work. He would not even help his wife in the business, but went on periodical sprees, and oo- isionslly spent a much as !5o0 of bis I wife's money, r.aiiy ladt Summer ha was appointed Tinkerton reit.tive on Glen Island, and 1 whs there all season. When the season was over he went back home, but had no money to give his wife. He told her h .had not received his salary from I the pinkertona, but that it would be forthcoming in a few days He kept putting her off from time to time. A week ago to-day he told Mrs. I.eon that he wa-s to et ids money sure that day. He left born", and nothing more was heard from him until this morning At .1 A. M. the family were awakened hv i rles and a pistol shot In the hall 1. .1. Michaels, Leon's stepson, got up to see v. hat was the matter When be went out Into the hall I.eon called to him, saying: 'It's me I've shot myself Th pistol Is on the stairs " Young Michaels called Policeman Mc t'niley. who bad Leon taken to the hos pital I.eon hud shot himself In the ' fofht side above the hip He mav die. (in th way to the hnsnital he told the ambulance surgeon that be was tired of life. SEAMAN NEIL A SUICIDE. The Man Who Laned Admiral Fsr rnn"it to the. Hartford's R'.grginn YAI.MCJO, rl . o 1$ jnhn Nell, a aeaman In the t"r!'.ed Matea Navv. ierlng on board the receiving ehlp I ner- "'"'. MsN Itland Na. 'ard. firnmlftea BDlrfd yaaterday by hootina himielf in the head. Neil was reprimanded yag. lordgy rrmrrlrg fop bTifg r,eraUed hi a teavf of gbaalK and aa rinlahe-1 by rggtrlatlen ti th. ihlp for i period of altty duvi As soon he received hla antaiica ba(ent Into the sbip bajt raogi, hera h irgg found lattr with a hullei winnd in hi right trmpie Nit ti it man of unuiual dlatinv-tion. having ratal vod madai gonori atom iinagragg for brgrary and maritorln'ja eondurt He enlisted in th N'ay In Iff., ttrrajfl lth Farragtit it Mobile Baj nd laahad the immnrtal A1mtrl In the rlaglog of the Hartford, while he stood by bit llda ihrotichovt the RsJlt. Bir th"wgr ha bad ared rontinuoaaly In the Nav. anri -aa one v.f (ir Btirvlvorg of the Ill-'fUfd Trenfftn. xbtoh vnl rt,wn In Apt Harbor Ho rtwlvgd general mention for brgvari In rtgrulni ehipniates from the Vandal la, watch ta alFo nre. Kerl n tbr natne Rale He waa a natlVB of lri!abd .in I llfety-two, and a ni-mber rf the Grand Aimv of the Republic ani th" ' RgfUlgf Army nd Nv In Ion . "- WAS IT ACCIDENT OR SUICIDE? Mr. Copaland Found Shot Throurr tba Heart and His Oun Reside Him. WB9T DRIOOBWATBR, Maaa., n. t n. I Charlai W Copdland aa fOOBd dad eaterdav In ! flld nar hla gQlJBg wHh a rbarfn of buok ahot through hla heart. His gun was Ivina tth th miirzle rlntM awa from him and near a r ton" all. oer mhifh Mr. Copa)ggd may hae I fallen. Tts" mHi -.i examiner ) 1 -1 -1 that dath as due to gctlslanti but lhre Is a fTOWlgg hHlof (hat It nu aiilelde Mr Coiwland ns a member of p w 'opland a Co., in.t and anoa (nanufarturara, who faiiwi in I IN for $7M,nii The W Copal and Manil la rt tirlnn Compgn) a ibn oigHiiized. whoaa building wga burned in l.Hit. Mr Copalgjid thn Withdraw from the business anl h" Mn B been In llio BtOCh and d.ui'. farmliiK hnMnevs Kll property baa ln hagrll) m.irtRjged. and : a (Orsoloaura as to hae been mad on his houatbsld property to-day, a kerpr being in I bargr. WHITE CITY'S DESTRUCTION. An Admission Fee to Be Charged to f Those Wthtiintr to Bee It, t H1CAQO, Del is - Tba World a Colombian i:poaltlnn ni poaltlxely - l- on th nlaht nf Ocl 3- NoplB -"an enter Jackson Park aftr that time, and the adml-slon fet vlll W f.n t-rnta- VlsKsra will then ace th deatfuctton nf an XpOgjltQIti Inef-ail of lhn up building of one. Thla 1a given on th authority of lure- tor daneral Uavli b ipekt lo (but effact last night ,flr the nifftlnnnf the committee on OatnolltlOn At tha meet'nft gag nibt K was daeldad to hold a cogfcrtBcd nlth t!i rark Doard with a rlow to gettb-l n aatgnalon of time for clearing the park, Thf RgpoaltlOH wants a ear s nrac f r thla 'nor'.;, elajrolttg that by additional time mora niontv .an be made on KiltaRo, anl thr ast un dartaglBI COgiplfltafJ In a mor workmanlike man- sag a TWO REPORTED KILLED, Canadian Pac'flc Trains Bald to Have Been In Collision. PORT ARTHUR, Ont. Oct is -A i serlQUi wreck rfappened 00 tlie cann- tiian pacific nsw Or.knd River yestcr- day. A Kporial truln of fourtaen can came tutu coHlstjon with 11 west-bound cretshi Vinman Wllb rtd SB and Brajcenvan Kl Htttt nro reported Killed A cargo of tea Im gald to W In L&Ub Superior and on the truck. Fire In a Laundrv. A f-w minutes pasl !t this morrdng Are broke out tn Wing Bonn's I'hlneso laundry In (he gronn I fb-or ft tje ftve-atfiry flat, H-7 roiumbun avenue gnd on laad J.'PO dam.ige. The rutbreak rause! s.me itemepf ami -11 a the trr.an(s, but the prompt arrnai of the poTlea anl firaman pravantad contualon The-..ius of ihe fire waa unknown. WORLDLINGS. There are f.ve order Of nubtlltv In Cngland tiike. glgrojUUt Karl, 1-. .1 ,rt anl llarnn bailiff Is an tinimp'iilaiit anl rather un popqlar ot ui nowadaya. but in old tim ha was a ra.i of great gUlh rltjr. and till offlre was ettnalderad oha ot hmh bonur. It la Hkely Ibal bet re long women will be admitted to tierman unHrrsltlea on an equal footing with men. Tba Njfsekian pogl and novelist fljiemaen g ' god to .'lailie Ihe women Of the I 11 He J I Itatag "Thay a' tlavtr.' he aayg "with a 1 if euptjrfl iai fli'ns, rlgvarnaaa, I'bey ran not loaa Ihtstaalvea in a jrie..! thougbl or In a it-! i ira and leirn tha bb laadnaaa or luing toi r matklSJ battel il.an vanity and ill rut Inn anl fool ah tittle Ultle ' PnemUi tf the blc: eta In Cngland attribute ths (h ir plyilij ie of Leadi nera to too mu'ti wheel.ua lha new Ulesegpg in tha t.reenl-h Ohsgf ..xto-v is the third in laa In the world Tha' at tha Lick OhgaiMfgtorj 1 1 rerualna tha Urg ,1 ' A tnitllon doltara In 1 Id weigh 3.131 poundi The BBSU amount uf itl-er would weigh twenty . tight and a gjgeftef tSSI Tha K.lar Sea la grtn In color, becauaa of tho pn-aenc of quantuiea of nitouta anl j uia'tiio Buating on tha ggrfggfl j Kipling baa apent ll.tOB on an arteatao well at hl Vttmnnt heme After b rirg to a depth of 100 fact. M aater aaa glBaajvapag. M KEARQ BEHIND IHE SCEHES. as English Actors Furiously Indig nant with Mrs. Eendala Kennedy. Heavy Wright Lifter. Bay I'mipa Are Bsd lor Actors. lomi of the Bnfllih actors in this rtty are furiouely indignant with Mrs. Ken-' dul for the remarkl that she pri-mittrd to fall from her lips the other day an:it th reception In this city of "The Second Mrs. Tanqutray." Bald one of thone Ren- tlemen yegtrrday: 'It was a cruel and dnstanliy thing for Mrs. Kendal to have alluded to Ue.i Hilton., now the t'oun tesn of (lancarty. as a Mra. Taniueray. I r was coarse and It wan dlPKiistlnpf. Nothing; was ever proved against Bella BlltOR except that Bht sang in concert halln Every effort was made to secure rvllriice that would lm rlinluate her, and every effort failed. A man Is a Ban tie man until he is proved to be a villain. I and the same hold! good of a woman. too. Mrs. Kendal betrayed the niost execrable tfuste, and deliberately Insulted a woman who Is not here to reply for herself. There are many people In New York who have met 13elle BUton conceii hall people, of course and they will all; tell you that they know absolutely noth ing against her. She is not uneducated. She tan hold her own In any Society, superficially, of course. Mrs. Kendal is. of course, sincerely disliked by the. rlra matlc profession abroad, but there Ia no reason Why sh Bhould C'me hre tOVetlt her spleen." The last act of "The Prorlifeal Daugh ter" was rendered ridiculously super fluous Monday night. Leonard Boyne, riding Roquefort, by some unfortunate accident came in third Instead of first in the race. That made the entire Ip.st act unnecessary, for Sir John Woodmere's entire fortune depended on Roquefort's success. In eplte of thla. Sir John's for tune In the last act was left unimpaired, and the- play was finished Just as though the proper horse had won. The audi ence probably understood the horsey difficulty for there's very little that a New York audience doesn't understand. "The Evening World's" Interview with Joseph itTismcr, the "California favor ite," in Which that actor defended San Fit i.c'seo's alleged Ill-treatment of East ern nctor anil companies, ha? attracted considerable attention In thf- far West. Bgyj Fred W. Bert: "That tt has borne good fruit U beyond question and nearly every paper of note on th pacific coast has copied It. Mr. Urismer Is dally In receipt of papers containing the article In Its entirety, as well as testimonials of congratulations from his numerous California friends." a . e a ".hore Acres." James A Herr.es lat est play, will succeed "In Mlzzoura" at he Fifth Avenue Theatre. The piece Is said to be singularly wholesome, and it contains no villain. A Philadelphia writer gaye that no villain could breathe the sd me air as t'nele Nathaniel, the wholesome hero "from whose face there nhines forth the refulgence of a spirit hat Is pure, holy and self -sacrificing, and from whose heart there welie a spring of ever- bubbling tenderness. His smile is a sadly sweet as the music of a miserere; hla laugh as Infectious as the I right influence of the first Spring day." And to think that one little orange coble car 111 carry a mnn from ".Shore Acres" to "The Second Mrs, Tanqueray" fop 6 cents! 4 The Rfallo was rhockei to hear of the death In San Francisco last Sunday of Walter Kyi Inge, a well-known actor. Who but a few days ago left this city to join "The span of Life" Company. Mr. Kytlnge was .elated distantly to Theodore MOM, His wife, Josephine Ky tlnge. i: ;i welUknown leading lady, and has been left comfortably off, as the ac tor had his life heavily Insured, Mr. Ky tinge's body will be brought to this city. He had often told his wife tha' when he Ilel he would like lo be cremated with the Stars and Stripes as a shroud. This will be done. Robert Buchanan, who claims that Daniel Frohman had contracted to pro duce his version Of "Sheridan." and in sinuates that Paul Potter has pirated his ideas, has replied to Mr. Potter's scathing rebukes. He does so in sev eral clauses, as follows: (l.i In June, 1S32. Daniel Frohman received his manu script and paid a small royalty In ad vance. t''.) Sot hern read the manu script and approved it. Cli Frohman announced the play for production. (4.1 Frohman intimated his Intention of j throwing over Buchanan's play and pre ! Ben ting one by Paul Potter. (5.) lit j carried out his threat. In spite of 1 which Mr Potter's many friends con tinue to believe in him and are con , Vlnced that "Sheridan ' Is Just the sort Of excellent work that a scholarly man like Potter would lurr out. w Kennedy, the heavy weight-lifter, says th:tt these are hard times for actors. In Which class he Is pleased to Include hinistlf. He Is to go out In a play, the "big scene" -f which suggests very beautifully "The Span of Mfe." The heroine has to cross a chasm and so cures a plank for that purpose. The plank, however. Is too short, and Ken nedy places his own bdy by it, and grasps with one hand the edge of the chasm and with the other the plonk. The heroine is saved, a Mme. Jane I In ding Is! ted the Chi cago Fair Sunday with Coquelln. Irv ing and Terry. She told a reporter that "of course, she should enjoy It." There is nothing like being prepared for the worst. Felix Morris's new venture aa a star . I not i-"ii 1 In hfl tm m.-i avll h nmcli success. This, of course, may be tine to the present bad times, that are made to cover S multitude Of sins. A Chicago I critic nays, "Jane Hiuart saved Mr. Morns from downright failure." aaa Manager K. C (.ilmore is like a fish out of water now that the Academy is closed, It is said that on Sundays he wanders down to his t 1k playhouse and attends the Rev. Mr. Yatrnan's services that are held there. A company playing one-night stands returned to the city yesterday dead , brake, Th actors and actresses de c tared that they bad received no salary and had not been able to pay board ! bills. Furthermore, they asserted that their play was a bad one. "What did the papers suv of it ?" Inquired an I actor "We never saw a -paper." an sw ered the eomedian. "We positively didn't have the money with which to purchase a daily paper. A cent was an object i" us." 4 Ami DOW dear little: Marie Tempest has returned to J. M. Hill, who has also taken back the too affectionate Bteger. There is pathos In all this h. why did Moromer Qtherlngton go bask to Kngl.inU and IsaVS her little gill all alone? RACE WAR IMMINENT. White People Arming for a Battle in Perry Cruity, Ark. UTTLH ROCK, Ark . Oct IV Tba negroea and whites In Perry lYunty ara arrnlnK. and a ruca war i Imminent .1. 11 S-alion waa convicted of killing a negro, John OUrgf, who waa auapected of rubbing a atore oo Mr. ticalloo'a glaca about tba middle of September. A courier rerhed thl tltjr lata ynaterday btiag Ing 'Le information that tht oayroaa of farrr int bad armed tbemaflvre and war coagra- fatlng at. mud remrtille. and aarloua trouble ta tared thera. H apread tha aewa along tba route, gad tha wMtet ara ala toaklog tor lha .keaa of tba trail la. , LETTERS. TM$ OfaftrJnJI 1$ for tht benefit of evtrybody who tto$ a complaint to make, a gritvaw to mtfintt. fnfunnation to ffVS, a question to ask or a public irnioj fo itcknifirtiirtqe, and who ean put tht idea fnf0 tr$t than 100 troroU. Long letters cannot be printed. J A Defense of the Tramp. To the Editor I waa taking a rett Id Madlaoo Kq.iara Tart mme nlghta agj meditating rn tha cueaedneaa of tblngl la general, arbea I hyard tba Indtatlnct m utter Injji of a man talking in bla Bleep. 1 locked to U left and two acata away aat a det rted aplrtta tramp aa ba la called, a M - .' i' t (or ald-aplltttng laughter according lo the c&mic papera. who make him tbe hero (mgftjrf, rather) of countlaat caNoona. Ha makea good dng meat, aay .the humane humortata. . Tha tramp of tbe !,!;::., .hern exlata for tha moat part In tbe In'jglnatlona of peraona ho vould And B0ff)tnln laughable about tba Dook of Job. Bet Ing that peiple In tbe majority ara deaplcabla and cation., the funny man and ba la a funny man even If not tn the atrlct aenee of tba word 1 .. ! not seeing the real article they will turn with avidity tt the flrat dowo-at-tha-hael un tortuftBte and cry. ':.: 1 a tramp!" sota and profesa I riiial beggara can be told at a glaoca that la. If you take tha trouble to glance. Look at tba hungcr-plni tied fact of tbe young man yendar. la be n profcalonal beggar? Mark the angulahed eye of that old man bo you think him a aot? See tbe banda of that one. Do tbey look Ilka banda unaccustomed to work? Nlne-Lentha of tha unfortunatea that we aee dally would work, work with win. aye deaperatlnn. If they could but gat It It la natural tor every human being to have ambition Tba one-tnth of tha unfor tunate BlgSS, of which 1 am apeaktng. bare no gmbltlea. All ambition It dead within them; (hey ar not e en haunted by tta ghost. Some of them ar raturAlly lcloua and unentitled to aympathy Hill, at one time tbey rr.ua t have bad aome am bition. Others have become lclous and without ambit Inn aa they have become ragged by de gree. Doubtless most of them have fought to th4 last ditch A man does not become a wreck In a da;-. Tbe armchair pbllosophrra aay that tramps come under tha bead of professional men. If hi why not start a college of trampery? Me thln'.s there ts one already the college of ad versity. A few enter its doors as naturally aa water seeks Its level They are but few, how ever fiiw about the great majority Talk to the outcast of the charities He Will smile feebly. The chart tv of a station-house lodging Is bis, else the colder but purer charity of tha atara. ITRPHBN nERNHEIMEft. 116 East Seventieth street Tba Sulky Wheel Again. To the Editor "Quod L D." Is right when fan atatea that the top half of a guilty wheel travels quicker than the lower halt, but I think be Ib a little off In his explanation He writes aa tf tha lower half was stationary, which la not the case, aa It le revolving on the wheel's axla at the aame rate aa the top half. Both points are describing a segment of a cycloid. Tha cycloid Is the curve described by a point In the circumference of a A . a tha dlatanr. trav-.ra, fry tha lower point, ti h tba ittet.ncc traversed br the tipper point circle, inlhm; on the straight line, and therein lies the difference in speed. The se.ment da- si-rlned by the top half la more than double the length of that described by the lower during . qualter revolution of the wheel, .nd show, the actual distance travelled through spsce. The geometrical flr-ure here given shows the point clearly. VALKYRIE. Consult Working-Women' Society, Clinton Place. To the Editor: Will you pleas. Inform me whether there Is any society which compels employers to pay work ing glrla wages. WORKlNll-Glrtl.. Tbe Schoolgirl'n Summer Course. (To the Editor- The t,lg InnoOflt looking schnol-glrls. sixteen or seven-eeu v ears old. have, of course, all got back finm the country, and as the) wslk along Fifth ,n,l Maiiison avenues and the cross streets, with th-lr piles of books under their arms, vou would think hi looking at them that they had nerer spoken to a man In their lives. They look sq awfully sliv Hut In reality this Is not ao. for at Newport, rape May, Asbury Park and Long nrancli as well as In the mountains, they paaaed th.mcelvoa olT aa young ladles. If you could only hear them now tell each other what . good time ihev, had. how many young men they danced with, the number nf balls and hops they attenrted. how many times litis one had been In bathing lv llli tall and short men. you would he surprised And when her dear mamma gets up the big party to Introduce Sophia Matilda N'lghtlngule Into ao- ' ilety the old lady will a.y Innocently: "Mr. Itrown. my daughter. She haa Just finished her school course This Is her first time of dancing with any gentleman I don't know what to do with h,r. she la so backward and distant." Jim lir.NHY. Choctaw Bcrams In Our streets. To th. Editor' Mr home Is In a respectable atreet. where th. residents have bratna enough to know their oan wants without having them yelled In their csrs ' all day long From early morning until evening houre the venders of fruit, vegetables. Str , pass our doors In . continuous stream, and they aeem tn via with each other as to w hi h can mahe ihe most noise. They shout their wares at the toil of their lungs In the Choctaw or some other language, which I defy any American , Itlren lo understand. It Is an outrage and a nuisance, and to my mind, perfc-tly absurd fan you suggeat a remedy, or had I better move out In Ibe baik soods and let these fiends yell? GRUMBLER. You Should Advertise It. To tbe Editor: Can . dressmaker dispose of . garment after four months, the owner of uil garment having moved to another oily wtlhcut notifying the ilress makcr. CONSTANT REAMER. Urooklyn. A Good Oyetafr 8tew Wanted. To tbe Editor: I want to ask you why It la that in the New York lesuuranls there are so few of them that know how to make a good ovetrr atew. during Ihe last month 1 have vlsltel several of them In various purls of tbe city where business called me, aome of thcin very pretentious at thai, and their oyster stews were nothing but slop water, hardly eatable, with the oysters iooke.1 to death and, bard as leather, rannct you publish . r;ood reitp. for making cyater slaws, so that aome of the alleged MOSS of your city may make . palatable and prooerly rooked oyater atew, and not let Jerse, men be defrauded of their money for so.uclblng that la not fit to eat? OYSTER EATER. Anawere to Questions. E. B. C See .ntwer to "It. C." M. 1-0 A inlxlure of rum or wblakey and qui nine will utrepglaitp th. hair and keep It from falling out. T illedln.er. .3. Ea.t Fourteenth alraat. Th. las International yacht race, when the Volunteer beat tha Thistle. , A r. Morley Queen .lab ia . keel boat, she la supposed to b. Ibe model from which th. V.l k'.il, waa but It. A C. F Look In "The Sunday World" adver tising columns Ther? you will llo,l mane board ing e opols n and .round New York. J It M The fort I.e.- pool-rooom. ar. , I, vci Soma room, are uocn In thl. city slvtng poat udds You put your money down and rely on th. bookmaker' a honesty to give you jour aris ing.. CkarlM H.l.t.eJ.-"V" comtnanda ahall have aay beat and prompt attention" ta bad English; - My prompt attention" would be sufll, lent I. tha .spreeelon. "Not owl, to aiqulre . knowledge 3 polltlcil eeowomy. W of publie .peaking u W.IV1 U. ".ay w.tr ' IS awsaar). at) Amumn soo"ttnn. This Is an indoor Autumn gown sug gested tn an Autumn dreee design com petition. The gown Is Intended to be made In tan cloth. Th. tight fitting bodice Is trimmed down the front with rows of black silk braid, which are continued round the back. The deep, stiff collar is of black watered silk, a band of the same material being inserted between the braid on the sleeves and round the aklrt. A Rim a BntHa Mr at. Nearly every one who knows anything about cooking knows that boiled meat of any kind Is better when it Is left to get cold In the water In which It was boiled, but many do not guess how much corned beef and smoked and cured ham is Improved by putting in the water a generous teaapoonfu! of sugar and a small onion while boiling. .Van, Jork Coreef- Hakfra. There are less than a hundred profes sional corset-makers In the city, that Is, women who are masters of the trade, although thousands are employed as piece-workers In the corset-factories about town. An expert will repair or alter a corset aa readily as a modiste will a dress or a bonnet. Women who know this buy good goods at special gales and pay (1.50 to have them fitted to their figure. Not only are gores taken In and ley out but long steels and bones are cut off to the desired length. It is, of course, difficult to enlarge a small corset, but a simple matter to re duce a big pair. Jtagtul of Frof. For this the remains of cold frican deau or roast may be used cut Into pieces about one Inch square. To every pint of these squares allow one-half plrtt of stock, one tablespoonful of but ter, one tablespoonful flour, one table spoonful of Worcestershire sance, one tablespoonful of mushroom catsup, two tablespoonfuls of sherry, one table spoonful of onion juice, one blade of mace, six mushrooms, chopped fine. BunUght for th Miano. Keep the piano closed at night and In damp weather; open on bright days and let the sun shine on the keys, as the light will keep them from turning yel low. Vtifrhrtt I.tttmr. Wash carefully two heads of lettuce, separate the leaves and tear each leaf In two or three pieces. Cut a quarter pound of ham or bacon Into dice, and fry until brown; while hot, add two tablespoonfuls of vinegar. Beat one egg until light, add to It two tablespoonfuls of sour cream, then add tt to the ham, stir over the Are one minute until It thickens, and pour boiling not over the lettuce; mix carefully with a fork, and serve Immediately. To 'll 1 our Sailer. Lemon will do for the yellow-white sailor what shoe pollih does for the worn black one. Remove the ribbon hand and with a slice of lemon clean the sttaw thoroughly. f'ff v rji Tnaf. Fruit. Table fruit will keep twice as long If I It Is kept In separate lots. Contact hastens decay. One bad apple will spoil a barrel. It will pay the housewife to have the peaches, plums, oranges; lemons and other small fruit wrapped In paper when it comes from the market and to separate the bunches of grape. 8treet venders preserve them by hanging them up In a cool place; the next beat plan Is to lay them on a large platter or in kitchen saucers with space between. Tn. tulalia Coiffure. The new basket-plaited Eulalla coif fure Is worn with a high Spanish comb set with Irish brilliants. Often this tomb Is set in sideways In coquettish fashion. To seme women this Is becom ing, but to others It Is little short of ridiculous. tor Mttilru-. A spoonful of chloride of lime In a quart of water will remove mildew from linen. Strain the solution after It has stood long enough to thoroughly dis solve and dip the cloth Into It. Repeat If a first application is not BUfYlclent, but wash the mixture well out of the goods when your object is acompllshed. T7i UtlpUl 1u.nr.M.I. The helpful man rotes when the coal scuttle needs filling or the grass re quires cutting. He can, on u pinch, cook the breakfust or sweep the purlor. He does not wulk over ami around un arti cle that has been dropped upon the floor, but picks It up and puts It In Its proper place. If a rug Is disarranged he quietly fixes it and straightens pictures or bric-a-brac without being told to do so. If curtains are to be hung h. gets the step-ladder and does not contrive to break the best mirror in his paauuge from one room to the next with the aforesaid flight of steps. He knows where the tacks, pins and hammer are, and he does not call upon each Individual member of the family to hand him the various articles that he drop on the floor. If the baby cries at night he does not make any uncomplimentary remarks, and 1 able to fix its food without ; h'.irnlriK a hole in tlio bottom of th Tt' (gr saucepan of spilling tho mixture over . K his wife or the howling Infant. And th BbB1 1 list and crowning virtue iluct he po- gj sesses is that he can find his own po- sessions In a bureau drawer without I callng upon wife and children to assist M . him In a search for something that la gg . directly under his nose. The helpful mast fl Is a Jewel, but he Is a most decidual g rarity. 9 Glovm lor Evrntng Womr. I.. P Sill, gloves aro very bad far 1 evening near. Kid ones are the only style permissible. Furnllare PolUtl. A good furniture polish, which gives a , . soft, oily finish to furniture and wood work Is made of one scant ounce of Un seed oil, one full ounce of turpentln ,,'j and three-fourths of an ounce ot cider vinegar, Shak It until thoroughly mied. Then rub the furniture with th mixture, allow it to stand a ahort tlm . L vj and polish It well with a soft, dry flan- ' '., , nel cloth. Th" French 17r.'. . 8he wears a high French-heeled bootl " , A she doesn't like It. Who could? It crip ples her. Bhe cannot have a long. , Li's. pleasant, brecsy walk. She ts always a standing on her toes, with that heel pressing into the sole of her foot, for It is there and not where a heel ought to be. She steps downstairs at the risk 1 of breaking her neck. She cannot move gracefully, and she patronises corn plasters and the chiropodist to n un- '' united extent. Her grandfather and alt ,i ., her male relatives declare her mad to wear such boots. She cannot dtsagre with them. Sometimes, after dark, gh I , . borrows her Aunt Sophia's English- .."" heeled walking shoes to go out in, and she even shuffles round her own room ,. , " In a blissfully large pair of flat prunella slippers. She Is a martyr when on ex hibition, and she persists In being one, ' not so much because Augustus Spoony- g' -man goes into raptures over her charm- g . ' Ing feet as because her lady friend and relatives actually turn pal with envy when she declares that No. 1 1-1 ' French heels are really too large for her. P.r.rafi.i Stain: Perspiration stains may be removed from the arms of white woollen or silk dresses by sponging with warm water -wsgww into which ammonia has been poured and then with clear water Press th W' . place before It becomes quite dry. 1 A Pocket I'mbrrllm. Teutonic perseverance has at last over come a difficulty which must have been present to many imaginative brains namely, how to perfect a pocket um brella. It Is constructed on the double-fan principle, with, of course, a collapsing handle, and when not In isse occupies an incredibly small space. In fact. It cin be easily carried In the pocket. Such an Invaluable Invention , t... should be almost as popular as sun- Xjt shin. f; Shop Sir Pestf. The salaries paid the shop girls of Paris range from to to J30 a month. Be ginners clerk several weeks for nothing In order to learn the rtock to which , 1 they arens8igned. The first wages Is IS t or $8 a month. Commissions allowed on 1 sales vary from 1 to BO per cent, of her B salary, acordlng to her success. In Now York thousands of well-schooled fc.- women begin to clerk at (2.50 and IS a 1 week. She Is raised from time to time, 1 but very few receive over $20. t Who II .n la a Hind Ctrl dU There are between twelve and fifteen B thousand domestics In the city seeking m employment. wS&T famhton Drift. . f Chinese lantern sleeves are the latest . . fashionable variation. Woven night-dresses of soft wool are growing in favor with those who are sensitive to the chill of Autumn nd Winter weather. Soft, rich tartans of all-wool, finished with a corded silk blouse-waist, com pleted by bretelles, sleeve-puffs and col lar of velvet, are among the pretty dresses designed for misses' wear -his Fall. A If "v who has Just corne from Puis , says: "White and black will be much worn this Hoason. Don't understand me . , to say black and white, for there a " great difference between that and wait and black one looks like mourning, and . the other almost gay." A .etn Ura let Drapery. Iwsf 1 In lliiht silk figured In how ktots. BaaaT This sketch from The Upholster i ( worthy of notice. Though difficult lrap- ! pearanro, It is In reality very si pi i and needs only u little study to i .ro- U duce. . . I Lore. j i Ixive Is eternal. Horace. j Ixve begets love. Ovid. Love one another. Zoroaster. Love Is sweet tyranny. Nlphus. Love laughs at locksmiths Slit. I speaio. ' - , j Love conquers all things Virgil. . Lev Is heuven and heaven Is lo.- 1 ' Sir Walter Scott. If" Love Is the piety of the affectlos. Theodore Parker. II It nobody loves you be sure it is our own fault. Dodde ML A ...... '