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CLARKE IN CUSTODY. . - ybe Fugitive Broker Placed Under Arre3t in Chicago. It It Now Reported ihat He Lost $20,000 at Cards. Gambling- House Keeper Canflcld Holds Ills Notes for that Sum. The District-Attorney's office was noti fied this morning that Herman Clarke, of the brokerage firm of Hunter, Clarke Jacob, which suspended on March 7 last, and who Is under Indictment for forgery In the third degree, was ar rested last night in Chicago. Clarke dlsappeaied the day after the suspension of his firm, and detectives have beta tracing him about the country ever since. He was first located at Hot prints, N. C, then at Marlon and from there to Washington. On March 10 he was supposed to be stopping at Taylor's Hotel, Jersey City. but before the detectives arrived he Disappeared. They then followed him to Philadelphia, Buffalo and Toronto, and he was Anally apprehended In ch.cai.-o. The downfall of the firm was caused by the stock privileges Clarke Issued en Sugar ant Whiskey. The market price jumped from 84 to 100. which resu to 1 In cleaning the fltm out. They lost about $80,000 on tho dOU. John Hunter, Jr.. receiver for the Ilim was in the District-Attorney s office this morning In consultation with Assistant District-Attorney Bs'tlc. Hi told on -Evening World" reporter that P.lchard A. Canflcld, the Keeper of a gambling house In West Twenty- x til strct, obtained from Clarke BO, 000 In notes. Two of them are for 16,000 each and the other for $10,000 One of the S,000 notes is dated Nov. IS). 1893. and was due on March 25 last. On that dav Canflcld present, d the note at the office of the firm for col lection, but they refused to honor It. It was then that Canlleld informed them that he had In his possession the other two notes. , . Whether Clnrke was a plunger at cards or if the notes are for money loaned . could not be learned. fV Assistant District-Attorney Battle la 1 W preparing extradition paiers for Clarke. F LEFT HER BABE IN I HILL Then Offered the Policeman Money to Release Her. Charge Mado Against Mrs. Lena Smith, a Janltress. Mrs. Lena Smith, thirty-eight years old, Janltress of 835 Broadway, wna nr ralgnei btfore Justice Hogan in the Esspx Market Police Court to-day, tn an- I awer a charge of abandoning an infant R two weeks old, In the hallway of 813 M East Twelfth strce;, last night Thf II child, which WSJ found warmly wrapped Ml up in a array shawl, was t ikon to Matron HI Travers at Police Headquarters. II Th woman appeared to be very ncr- K) vous in court. Sne was represented by W Lawyer Thomas Osborne, Policeman fl Whaler.,- of the Fifth street station, ft stated that his attention was called to the woman by two buys, who ii i formed him that the woman had abandoned a child. He stated that When he tapped 1 the woman on the shoulder she became I badly scared and said before he had 1 mentioned his mission that she knew nothing about abandoning the child. I Later on the woman olTe'itd to bribe 1 the nfflcpr. He said thai she offered 1 to give him $T.. fo let her go. When 3 searched $100 was found tn her posses- J sion. The offloer also found a blanket I on the woman's arm. Bhe claimed that 1 she used the blanket to protect her m knees while scrubbing. The two ooys wnn cave tne .nrorma- l tlon to Policeman Whalen were in court I and they positively ld n tilled the woman ,1 having seen her walk away rapidly I fS from where the little child was left in ? the hallway. She had not gone over B a block before Officer Whalen overtook her. R- The woman tlenle.l the charge. She I. Is a widow, and has a son ten years jL old. Justice llor.an hehl the woman for ,m further examination and ordered Agent Sf. Bchmftt to make a searching exatnlna- ' H tlon in the case, I nKi Gold i oii mi in n Colorado Well. I sSb (By AwMv-intH Presi jS LA VBTA, Col., Marcs M. Nuggtti nt pure II (Old were WAfbed out of kuivI lupi OOt of a well, V and the (Haivry has eitltMl great -xrftement. ; SjT A largo part of the town ha bSM iituknl out In jH clalraa by those who believe It la rich pla er graund. 111 I I I I Ml I . II I I COXEY'S ARMY I MAY TAKE WASHINGTON! j 1 Hut that devoted baud can never bold a I candle, to the printl army of ueuitiblo folks I man -hinc steadily on to take I Biker's Sarsaparilla II the sort of Kprine medicine that wake the B liver from its Rip Van Winkle sleep, puri jf flea the blood and regulates the bowels to S a chnrnt. I Of course people mar pay their money and take their choice. But few-snve. luna tic w 11 buy Sarhaparillx, chock lull of mercury, potash and other deadly liu a, Whan they can get the "(rood" brand, THAT'S HIKERS, t 76 eta. a big bottle. At druggists' r at RIKER'S, Sixth Ave., cor. 22d Street. 11-TEM-BLO GIRL HISSIIG. Hor Parents Fear She Has Met Susie Martin's Fate. Attended Grammar School 03 and nisuppeiirrd on Wednesday. All efforts to find a trace of Imogene P.lakcslpp, the eleven-year-old daughter of Charles I3lnlccslee, of 151 West One Hundred and Third street, who has been misting since Wednesday last, have proved fruitless. The irirl attended Orammar School No. Ni corner of Amsterdam avenue and Ninety-third street, on Wednesday, and left the school in company with a school mate named Kitty brown. Imogene told the latter that she was going down town somewhere but did not give her dtatlnatlon. This is the last trace that can be fcund of the gtrl. Mr. and Mrs. Illakeslee fear their daughter hus met the fate of Stusle Martin. There are four children In the Blakes lee family, one boy and three girls, Imo gene being the youngest daughter. She has brown eyes and hair and has beau tiful red cheeks. When Imogene disap peared she wore a blue eerge skirt, Eton Jacket, blue polka-dot silk waist, brown Tarn 0'8hantcr, gray cape ulster, black Btockings and : IW button shoes. At the Grammar School the teacher, f.flsB McLaughlin, says the slrl was one of the brightest fc holms In her clasB. She said she had made personal Inquiries, but could tlnd out nothing. Charles Hlakeslee, the girl's father, was for a number of years confidential man for A. Q. Tatc.i, the wealthy clothing j dealer, of Ilochester, who failed some time slzo. Mr. and Mrs. Ulakeslae are said to own conelderable property in Brooklyn, anil are drcldedly well-to-do people, and -re said to be Intimate friends of the Lovecraft family In this city. Thl police have been unable to ob tain the slightest clue as to the where abouts of the missing girl. , aa AGAINST MRS. BACHRACH. Judge BIcAftnm Denies Her Motion for Alimony. Judge McAdam, of the Superior Court, hat. rendered hla decision In the caae of Henry B. Hachrach against Elisabeth K. I3achrach on a motion made by the wife for $30 a week alimony. Louis Bteckler, of 275 Broadway, who represented Mr. Hachrach, opposed the motion, and read an affidavit by Itachntch, .Ji-i:ir,r. that hlH wife had deserted him With their child; that he was ready and willing to take her and thp child back and give them a home; that his trouble with his wife was prompted by her mother and her Btepfathor( and that they have ho poisoned her mind against him that she has taught and brought up his own child to call and know his wife's step father as its own father. Judge McAdam denied the wife's mo tion Cor alimony. INDEPENDENTS INDORSED. ItiiN-tiini - mt-rj.iiii Hebrew Aaa or .ra tion Tuke Action. The Independent County Organization had n crowded house last night at Ameri- ; can Star Hall, Itt East Broadway, where i a branch of the organisation for the Fourth District was formed. Louis Levene, the leader of the. district, pre sided, and Dr. Samuel Ahrahamson acted AS Secretary. Speeches were made by SX -Judge Alfred Sleekier. Kmest Harvler, Joseph Steiner, William A. Kills, Julius Harmirfler, Michael Lynch, jr., William ltus'c' an 1 Charles Stockier. The Board of Directors of the Russian American Hebrew Association held a meeting at the same time at the Hebrew Institute, corner Jefferson street and Bast Broadway and unanimously adopted a resolution Indorsing the In d. -pendent County Organisation. The resolution was offered by I. I). Morrison. Rev. A. M. Radln presided at the meeting. PLEDGED WORTHLESS BONDS Horner A r rented In an Aetlon Uremic lit ly Knufmnn. BdW&rd W. Horner was arrested to day by Deputy Sheriff Walgering upon an order signed by Judge Kitzslmons, of the City Court, In an action brought by Charles A. Kaufman, of 71 New street. .Mr. ECdUfman alleges that on Dec. 6 last, he loaned Horner $100 on four hun dred and twenty " Wreentgtng Hotter damsche Qchouwburg" bonds, which the latter represented to be worth $1,000, but whirh, Kaufman subsequently learned were valueless, as the Company whXQ Issued them has been Insolvent fnce June, 188L PREVENTED BY POLICE. Miii-ii... Talbot and Gua Turner Were to I'IkUI for a Par,,, Jack Talbot, a Bailor of the cruiser Baltimore, and Qu Turner were to tight for j. purse in Kllzabethport last n'.ght. The police got the "tip" and were on hand to prevent the "go." The men will probably meet on a vessel in BUkten Island Sound. I A big delegation from the Brooklyn Navy-Vard was present. I . Judnea Tied In ll.-lvn Case. (Fly AMSoclnted Trsu.) RirilMOSD. Va . March 80. Delva LockwoM I road, h.r main effort to prartla. law In Virginia r i.'r.i.ii Slje appealed to the Supreme Court. Two JadM were for anil two agaloat her petl- tlon. HltTharnaon, the fifth Judge, la alrk. Helva ronslder, iins a victory and will apply again when Judg Hlchardion recover.. 1 1 1 liau's ( iiii-inta. good, rellaltle and pleaa aut toulc, fruru tbc true bark. ttiS Broadway. THE iMUSICAL SACRIFICE. Mary 8 Piano Caused Some 'Suffering, but All Ended Happily. "Mad! I'm so mad I can't see!" I "Now, els, don't fib along with your bad English. What has happened that I find you in such a state of well, ex cltement?" "Happened! The hatefulle3t, mcaaeat thing that could harpen!" cried th-, B-lrl. with cheeks redder than any roe, and eyes that were "emitting sparks of tire." as novelists say. "John Ve3-j B ton" "Poor John!" apj"u ""sympathetic Joe! oi are asi I I Mltl as he, if you ure my brother!" j V lawnHp only raid 'poor John.' SlB I''u.k.nd. tiit I don't think I'm PJL '' (oft-hearted. What ha he done? LS .on't you Intend to conftdo me? I'm 1. imu to know " And with a tautallxl'tg ,B Kruui ju uraban atretcbed hlmielf tull length upon the porch steps and watched libs alater through half-closed eyes. "He told Lou Kerrla that I coaxed father to sell the strip of land across the tun to buy my new piano." "DM he?" "Tea. and I.ou was kind enough to add that 11 had placed f-ither in an einbar rrtaed poattlon, as his farm was amall." "She didn't say as much?" "No, but I caught her meaning plainly; :!(':. us hateful as can be, anyway." "la she? I thought her particularly nil a." "We'd, you can think of her as you please, but I'll never speak to John Wes ton jgaln, never!" Joe laughed. "I won't! Ho said what waa not true; father wanted me to have the piano and that piece or land wasn't woi tn vary UTieiTIOR FOR KILML Roster & Bial Want Damages for Not Getting His Piotures. Mrs. Kendnl Soon to Appear In Harlem Stage Ooaalp. Litigation la pprlnglng up around the pretty Kllanyl pictures at the Qsrden Theatre, and Messrs. Roster & lllal have brought suit against Kllanyl for the re covery of W,000 damages. Oscar Ham mersteln fluently and eloquently de scribed the situation yesterday. "We tjSllad over to Kllanyl," said he, "and ilftted him If we could secure his ser vices, lo this he replied In the affirma tive, and promised to come over under engagement to us. So far, so good. .J"fr.We n"ard frora nlm t 'he effect .... he could t come, having had a K,1 contract-of which he had known nothing-wltii A. M. Palmer Still later we heard from him again. He would come to Koster A Hl.il s If ,. would cable over to him the sum of 1,000. This we did, through Edwin H. Low. Then a'JUi' . communication from Kllanvl. A dlfflculty had arisen, and he couldn't come. He returned the 11,000. The next we hear Is of his arrival under enlace- TS&&JS ak, " a'm'r- wp thougSt of enjoining him. Then we decided to wait ana see ir the pictures were accepted as artistic reproductions. They have been so accepted, and consequently we have SSntffll' for damages. As for the HZ!!!? ,,alk.ton U.le nart ot the i'almer Kra. ri.h, V,e.Keftec.t tnat we have no legal right to the pictures that is mere twaddle. The pictures are old stories, ihey are being done now In London, at rri.mpirc .an,d,, ,ha Aquarium. Tiey originated at Vienna some years ago. We have decided to duplicate them and we shall do it. I am engaging artists' models now, and you will see a set of tableaux Just as good as those at the , u K,1fnl may have patented his anyway1'' " We d0"' Want Ul ... Kllanyl, by-the-bye, has become very popular at the Oarden Theatre He Is a peculiar sort of a man. of a highly Im pressionable nature. The news of the SSV v?if K??8uthl hlB f'llow-country- H rIS"Jny' la B native of ltuda-Penth-affected him deeply. He wept and was alarmingly agitated. Kllanyl speaks Jl? rn ',, ?Tn 'an?uages, but not a word 2f..il?"Bl;- ?! "a1 a na""d time of It . l .f Bto"e hands at the Garden The aen He woul,l Rive them Instructions In fiery, unintelligible language, and they would stand still and look stolidly at him. Ihey Irreverently declared that his remarks sounded like a lot of fire crackers being let off in a barrel. ' . a.At 4.Le e,n1 -P.1 he.r. engagement at the Star Theatre Mrs. Kenilal will go to the Harlem Opern-House. Last time she ap peared there a very tempestuous Incident occurred. Just before the curtain went up one night a loud scream was heard, and Mrs. Kendal, In tones of the direst agony, called for Mr. Hammersteln. The manager rushed up to her. perspiring and alarmed. He found her almost In hjs iterics. "Take It away! Take It awny!" she cried. "I have never been accus iSi.10,1111' sort of thing. I can't stand It. I am a plucky woman, but a SSSHf l8ne..on?.tnln on ah I can't stand. Oh, Mr. Hammersteln, help me1" The manager, expecting to see a huge . .nKi'1 ,I""PC'- w"h fiery eyes and ter rific body, proceeded at once to rescue the lady from-a tlnv. humble roarh t I'iidla ,Thompson-dear, frolicsome . .'awl" Probably he seen next month at the firand Opera-House in "The ( rust of 8oclety'f-a play In which she has met with much success on the road. in the company are her daughter. Zef- fie Tilbury, and her son-tn-law. Arthur Lewis. Miss Thompson seems to have forsworn all allegiance to Kngland. . j Maggie nine la still the Irish queen, I but she is loftier and more Imposing than of yore, if you please. She tella , them at Koster Blars that it Is vears since she has appeared In varfety halls; that she has been playing In the legit I mate theatres, If you please. Ingenuous Marguerite! Dut as long as she keeps out of grand opera, and does not at tempt to cut out Calve and Eames and Heine. It doesn't matter very much does it? ... Katherlne It. Howe, the contralto, "re appears" publicly at the testimonial per formance to be given for Prank M. Itey I nnlds, formerly of the Kden Musee. A I number of very good people will appear with her. among them Isahelle I'r quhart. Oug Standing, John W. Ran some and W. F. Mack. Manicuring, 25c. , J 6th Ave. and 15th Street. j We continue to offer the only Genuine HTE JOUVIN Paris Made Kid Gloves In Choice Colorlnfra. I.ntltrs' 4-l'.t. Glacr Kid Gloves, in new Spring colors, nt Worth $l.BO. Mrne Tatent Claap Walking Glovrs, in red inns .V Worth 91.ZS. Tho Tnxedo Airrettr, in black only, latest norelty, at Worth 30e. SIXTH AVE. & 15TH ST. much." "It was the only atrip of good bottom land wo possessed," quote Joe. "I raised the best crop on It last year I ever did; but I suppose the piano was a neces sity, since you can play on it so beauti fully." "Joe, you are taking John's part! Here comes father- I suppose he'll side in with you. Of course, I can't play any yet, but I've begun tnklng lessons." "Ye, and who's to pay for those 1 sjns?" "I am. I'm going to work and get the mor.cy my:elf somehow. I think you're awfully mean. Dcn't worry father!" The bent old man came slowly around the house end Bunk down upon the wooden chair that stood Invitingly ready upon the wide, old-fashlored porch. "I'm dead tired," he said. Joe looked at htm earnestly. "I wlHfi you wouldn't work so hard, fathor. there is no need; leave It to me." The oii! m in Bhook his head. "Times Is clot e, Joe( and with ,uch smull crops and the Winter comln'onlt'll need a.l e kin both do to keep the pot bulling. Mary, my dear, where Is your mother?" "She went to the store at the corners an huur ago; It's time she waa coming home." "Why didn't you go yourself? Mother's too old tor euch a long walkl" rTAnMnrn itsfl. HAHHEBSLODGH BROS. Keep on paying war prices for clothing, if you will, but let our name remind you that you needn't. Our clothing is equnl to the belt thiit's made to put it modestly yet our prices are low ; every garment is sold at exactly wholesale price. HAI.IC AT OUn WnoLBBALF. FRKMtRKa ON HbrrccKEB ST.. colt. UUKK.VK Jfsr WCkTT UF ".ROADWAY. Giving you merely good value doesn't satisfy us ; we aim to give vou better value than you get elsewhere. Open Saturday night till 9. HAHMERSLQUGH BROS., Bleecker St.. Cor. Creene. YALE'S PBflB EASTER TRIP. Every One Sore Over ItB Bad Showing While in the South. Harvard Athletic Candidates at Work Out of Doors. A mournful tale comes from New Haven this morning regarding the return of the Vale baseball team from Its Eas ter trip. Capt. Case has a sprained ankle; Ueorge, a catcher, has a badly split hand, and Stephenson, first base, and Arbuthnot, third base, ure on the sick list. Everybody is in the dumps over the poor showing of the team while in the South. A few weeks ago tho Yale nine was considered the strongest of the colleges, and a stronger team In all re- l spects than Yale had had for several . years. Bui now the announcement Is mad? I that "Instead of being the best nine that . has gone out of New Haven for several years, it ia, to all appearances, the worst, and unless a decided brace Is , taken, Harvard, Princeton and the Uni versity of Pennslyvania will have an easy time of It so far as Yale Is con cerned." This Is probably overdoing the matter. The Yale team did make an unusually poor showing on its trip, but there is ex cellent material In the iliili, and no doubt there will be an Improvement now that It has reached home. A Yale cry of distress is always to be taken with a I grain of salt But to berate the team when It is doing poor work Is the true baseball spirit, and Yale couldn't have done better In this regard if she had taken a few lessons from the New York ball cranks. Harvard's athletic team candidates are at last out of doors. They could have Been at work a week or two ago had not Trainer Lathrop decided to give the team a rest after the New England Indoor championships. The old men are com ing out now. that the track Is ready for use. Never before has the track been : in condition for use so early in the year. The six-lap hoard track will not be needed now. It Is Interesting to note the ; records made on It. For one lap, or 293 1-3 yards, the best time has been made by .1. P. Whlttren, '96, and W. F. Oarcelon, L. S., who ran in even 33 sec onds. The S90 yards was covered by s M. Merrill in 45 1-6 seconds. He holds the record for the 440 yards of 63 1-5 sec onds. E. B. Hill, '94, holds the record for the 600 yards. 1 minute 18 1-5 seconds. Merrill and E Hollister are very close to him. The half-mile and mile records are both held by J. 8. Coolidge, '95, who ran second to Blake In the mile at the In door championships. The half-mile he ran in 2 minutes 53 seconds and the mile in 4 minutes 49 seconds. "If I made the proposition I would like to make to Fltzsimmons," ttnys Jim Hall, "the sporting world would say I was bluffing. There la no use of talk ing light, for there Is no opportunity 1 to fight. Now. I'm not nutting: ihls In the form of a proposition or a challenge but If the opportunity was afforded 1 would bet $1(1,000 that I could whip Fltz , Simmons. His victory over me in New Orleans a year ago was a fluke. The lucky chance that gave him the decision occure only once in a thousand years, j Fltzsimmons knows this himself If he '.I.- only candid enough to admit it." The probabilities are that if Hall and I Fltz were to meet again the "lucky Ohanee" would occur twice In a thousand years. ... The New York Athletic Club will have another boxing show to-morrow night. The programme does not look especially Inviting on paper, but there may be some good contests. The programme Is as follows: Mike Hughes vs. Owen Har ney, 150 pounds; Nick Glynn vs. Harry Fischer, 135 pounds; J. Murphy vs. Tom McOlrr. 120 pounds; Charley Harnett vs. Joe Reilly. 135 poundB; Jim Itose vs. ". MacDonald, 110 pounds; Connie Sullivan vs. Sam Myers, 108 pounds. All the bouts will be six rounds. ... Hugh Hehan. backer of Young Orlffp, last night compb-ted the details of ii match between his man and Johnny Orlffen. The fight between the feather weights will be given in Boston the latter part of April. The men will fight eight rounds for a side bet of 1,0U0 each, catch welghtp. Billy Vernon will box Mike Harris at Miner's Bowery Theatre to-night. The New Yorks play the Jaspers at the Polo Grounds this afternoon. The entry list of the Scottlfh-Amerl-can Athletic Club's boxing tounament. to be held April 7 and 9, is assuming very large proportions, and the names of nearly all the prominent amateurs have been received. The services of Fred Burns as announcer have been secured. ... A big cycling performance has been accomplished in Paris. Corre and Bon hours have covered 184 1-4 miles in 12 hours, which represents a pace of 23 1-3 miles an hour. exclaimed Joe, Indignantly. "I couldn't. I wanted to finish my new lawn for to-morrow and then I had to practise my music lesson." Joe muttered something under his I breath not very complimentary to music in general and some music In particular, ' took up bis hat and moved off toward the barn. j The old man sighed and gazed up the j white, dusty road. Mary went Into the small kitchen and began preparations I for tho evening meal, her oheeke still hot and her eyes full of unshed tears. I Outside Hie vine-covered doorway I rose the Kentucky hills that she had known since childhood. The view was , particularly fine, but .Maiy was in no moo 1 to enjoy It. "How cruel they all ore!" she sighed. "And I h, I'm so tired of being poor!" Her mother, Hushed and weary, now ! entered with a basket upon her arm. "It gets further down to the itoro, I seems to me," she panted. "Mary, I wish you'd untie my bonnet strlu . 1 guess they're fast. Oh, my! hain't you ' got a fan handy?" "Yeii, as aoon as I can get ycur bon net off. There, now. here'H your fan. . My. how hot you are!" "Yes, 1 be. I don't seem to stand the j walk as I ought, but I'll soon get rest ed. Haa father and Joe coma tn yet, I daar?" The age of combines has produced the combination Bookcase, one of tho very best -- device furni- tionory, find a wide surface for writing. Price for this one, $21.00. The orna mental and useful articles of fur niture and carpets nro found in great variety at our store, Cash or Credit. "A little . .1 Is wonga ' Little's." Irani aonirlliing of our credit .y.tem b) aend Ins for our I. tile hook. It I free. J.H.LITTLE&CO 3 AND 5 WEST 14TH ST. KILMER MCLEAN. Quirt bat Pretty Wadding- at the Home of i l.f Bride's Parenta. Miss Rebecca McClean, youngest duughter of William Btratton McClean, was mnrrled yesterday afternoon to A. Fred Kilmer. The wedding, which took plife at the home of the bride's parents. Nn. 207 WcHt Thirty-ninth street, was a very quiet affair, owing to the serious illness of a brother of the bride. William McClean. Itev. Robert M. Sommervllle, of the Second Reformed Presbyterian Church, performed the ceremony. The bride wore a handsome white satin gown, with frilling and flounces of MRS. A. PBSD. KUaMBR, NEB MCLEAN. fiolnt aro. She held a Inrue hunch of IIIps of tho vally. Those present were: Air. and Mrs. William Italney, Mrs. Rob ert M. Bommervllle, Mr. and Mr. Adam J. David infMlM Belle MaBte, Robert Mr Clean, MIbh Marlon lone, Mill Elisabeth Cox. Hugh Katney. Mm. H. Kilmer. Mrs. L. Cox and William H. Rainey. There was a collation after the ceremony, and Mr. and Mr. Kilmer left for the South, where they will spend their honeymoon. . The bridegroom la a aucreaaful newapa- , per man In New BrUMWlek. J An InarenlnaB Watch Ininronrr. I Lambert Proa, the popular and re liable Jewellers of Flfty-elRhth street ! and Third avenue, have originated a novel watch Insurance. On payment of I $2 your wntch will be kept In complete repair for one year, no matter how of ten repairs are needed or what repair ing Is necessary, up to a total of Si at the usual rate of char"- This Is an enterprise that will certainly commend Itself to every one owning a watch. J 7 Easy As i Jj f Can Be r washing yy with Pearline. L7fp Just try it and CjUj I see- None of the . visH rub, rub, rub that jjll In made the old wash- i board hateful. I I I None of the old 'I ' X washboard, either. l--"7 Nothing but com " inon sense wash ing of clothes, paint, dishes, anything in the house with something that takes out the dirt, instead of making you rub it out. It's a big difference. There's a saving in the I labor but, besides that, there's a saving in the wear. Washing with acids and chem icals is easy, too but it isn't safe. Washing with Pearl- ln8 IS. JAMr.S FYLE, N. Y. "About ten minutes ago. I'll soon have nipper ready such as It Is. lld you get the sugar?" "Two pounds. I hadn't money enough for any more, for father an' me have to have our coffee." Mary bent ovr the market basket, that lo her ' seemed all too liKhtly welKhted, and somehow iii.it shining new jifanu In the parlor came before her mind's eyes reproachfully. Joe and his sister aK spunngly of the few dainties provided. "Ain't you hungr. ?" suld the old father, rtM.irdtng hla pretty daughter earnestly, "wr haa the new planey taken er appetite? 11. w many tuiK'.s kin .r play?" "Not one correctly," answered Man', bravely. "I don't seem to learn t.-y jfat; 1 expect I'm too old." I "Too old! Ha, ha I a gin of twenty too old to learn to piny!" The red had .'. 1. d mil of Mnry'i fHcr by this Urn i and the .iLger from Ikt eyes. Joe noticed how bad she luoke 1 with u slbiht feeling Of compunction. An hour later, when the nn were seated ( ut on the lurch, smoking their pipes, Mary ohaticad tu hear a few words that arreatad her attention. "I'll have to go, father; the old place won't keep us now. My crop of tobacco on the bottom laat year waa our main taooma But I dare eay I'll Ond aem- Manufncttiring Jewellers 4 Importers. A limited quantity of the above Gents' Bteffl'Wloding Watches, con sisting of American nickel, jewelled movement in 2-ounce coin-silver cases. Good Value at SI 2.00- Guaranteed to be Accurate Tlmekeepera. Mall Order PrMptl; AtteadXI To. Lambert Bros,, 3d AvB.,cor.58thst. fouling ICventa. Annual ntoiia'nrnciit mil rereptltin of th Arlvirv r.un it New Yortc City bruchM of th "ft h.i, ! Mutual H.r ;l AMuclatlon, tbla tY'Dlrtf at ('intra. Optra-HcntM. j flturtrtlta' ron.-rt of iha fefluuefctf Colltt of Muilr Mila ew nlng at .- h,-.1 . Hall. ' '.iimii'h- n-.i'M UtrcltM of ibe Kvpnlnn Mich Rrtam.lB of thf i'lt this evening at C'arnegla Mualo Hall Twelfth annual llnnr nf ihf Nw York Aaatv rtatlon if id' Alumni of Phllllpa . r Acad- i) thla evening t tbe lintel Irnirlal. Fref l..-hirei ,j Btfwftfd King (hla evening at Wehater Hall, Third auntie utitj one Hunhred and Fortieth atreat, on "La dor rod tb C'onatltutlonal Convention." Oymnaailc eihlMtion. dramatlr entertainment and rtetptlon of the Mount fctOITtl Turn Vereln Pus. ,. evenltiK at Orpheua Hall. 211-217 Ka-ii Ona Hundred and Twenty-fourth atreet. Flrat annual entertainment of the Neighborhood Ouiid 'Viet thla evening at the (iulld Hall, 21 Ielanray afreet. Wnrlnl Kronomlra Dfbnfa, Ftturday evening the Iterating t'laaa of the Brhool of Ftclal K-t mom l-a will hold Ita third monthly entertalnmf nt In the hall of the achool. UnlOA Bquart an-l NUternth atreet. An Intereat lag programme will l preaented. The mibe-t elected for debate la Heaolved. That corpora tions have advamed civilization mora than labor unions " ST j BPRINO HATS lfcla Kvery popular block. F.a- A-'frTCy qulalle color. Price, niur WarTl' Jttf'V. f vel. of eeonumy 4 VlwJl eiWoWBOforDarbya D.aTIu a.hoin.VfiofirsHkHata. F iltfal ' r I'airnt leather K h o a , 7 X$y Bprliif Neckwear, ter. to lire.. Shlrta, BOc. , 1. 41 Amusements. r .- IlltUAtiWAV. nearSOthsU bIJUU. Manners Wwl. i.,l-aL MARIE JANSEN 1im. Ifii MHcUiDoiifti'autcwAaiul lui-. DELMONICO'S AT 6. CENTRAL OPERA-HOUSE MUSIC HALL 7lh Ml., uenr 3d Ae. HI6H CLASS VAUDEVILLE Sg"ta- nniiariirlnc .tlondm. April 8, IHOt. r ciwii I vcnltim. mi 5. Admission LASlnU. s.t'y list 2 00. 80c LILLIAN RUSSELL in aiaorLE-eiaorLt, ABBKV'h TIIKAT UK. IV way Cor. 'Shlhat. Kvenlne. ut K Matinr? EMUunlaT al X M. MouiH-t-bullv, Mmr. hrgnnd. wahrr. Friday evenluu. l.E till. Kuturday Matinee, llKUNAXI. hlur.lay evemni. iiEUIPK-llOL 1 Tl. . NX-. . et.UO. ei : ti.M MTAIt 'I'llKAl KI-. "lal Mat Mat. laat week of LiMri llrk' Mllltar) lumrdy Urama, ROSEDALE. THCIMM'H HI II BT.MI'BIC HAl-I. AND AL II AMIIItA ( ill'UT, VM i lWlKast Utli St. THE MONSTER ORCHESTRION. l'lay Kvery Afternoon mul Evening. PEOPLE'S in niiv r. 'mi.nkh, prop LAND Ttfm MIDNIGHT SUN. NKXT WKKK-UIXB JKANH BAHKIUAN'H THKATHK, M. W. Hanlry.Mar. !'AiL PAULINt HALL pMrnOoanaar Was (I, " ihr Prlneeiu of Trelnsuude. " Kvimlnm at M,' Mala. Wed. and nt. at X 6TH AVK.THEATRK. It. (', Miner, I'ri Msr. Third week of uarl and 'i'lieuuor ltoaii(.id'a creat Uuutit.'r. maker. LOVES EXTRACT. TO.1V matinbk TII.IIAV. nanTnnin .l.w. Kelly, Itoarn Una . Lottl 1 PASTOR'S. OUson. Ward k Vokse, Mi-Avny A.baoco.8 stater. I I'll. Maltliewn k Harrla. H. R. JACOBS' THEATRE r.?'AK.T; Nl XT WKKK A NLTUEtJ MATfll. rTTAiTncAter: " xxxt wkfiC Mlt ANliMllt. Neat Monday all thr weak, I KFHIIM TltKStfo'NDMRS. j QLllUnLi TANm-KRAY." IUV1NH Pl.Ai KTIIKA1HK Ev.'S lrTMal A wkkk MAitcii ae to at. taw. Fri., Two llulip llaya.Cat MuU.Dlr ZaertllCOU Vervandtni. Vv'j, Mgr. t'oiirlrd aa Dr. Klaua. U.l'.kMAMA IHKVIItK. lu-NMliT. T1IK I'AWNUUiiKKR (IK THIC EAHT SIDK thlna; to do that will pay and I'll fix Mm. i for you nil the best I can. It Ik what I've been wanting." (Joint away! Joe, their brave, manly Joe. who had even at the aire of fifteen boutdered his burden without a word! And now. at twenty-five, he waa icolntf to leave them. Mr' sat down upon tne neareat chair and burled her face lo her hands. "It whs for me, to tdesse me, that this has all ionic about h. dear! 1 wish I had never seen the piano, never, for I can't lyluy or slnn. either, very well. Jo must nut go. it would kill father and mother. How can l stop him?" Mr. FeriK the wealthy and prosperous netfhbor of Mr. Braban, was in his sit- tlng-room alone, whin a xlil was shown In by old Aunt Nancy, the colored cook. "GixkI evening. Mlei Mury," he said, pleasantly. "Come in. Lou and her m ittier have Just driven off to.vurds town, 1 believe." "I n m very glad," said Mary, bluntly, "for It Is you 1 want to see." Mr. Ferris was astonl.iied, but he po litely boaved. with a IWllInf unconscious ness of anything unusual, and wheeled forward a rocking-chair. Mary look It and removed her sunboiy net, which she hud worn, though tho aun had long since gone to sleep and the stars wore gaining. 8ha waa very (air. Oar Famous $15.B0 Soft TO MEASURE. Wf tinvo not ndvrrtlsctl lately, havo not lieen nlilo to (apply the iiiiiiiimi. AVo lmvr just received n new lot of BOO pteoee In ClirckH, Strlpea and Mixtures far better than the flrat lot, at the game figure. SUIT, JU $15.00. TROUSERS, $4.00. Ouarantoed Vnluo (8ff00a Mud la) amy Styl, llnrd n Ith thr flnr-C furmrr atln. bound or atlti brl da;t;(and kt In repair rt i-r of luiry.r, Harris, English Tailor, 186 BOWERY. ifm door la-ora MprlnB nt. m NOW READY. eo$, Portfolio No. 1 OF THE Portrait Types M of the k Midway Plaisance. THE S WORLD (irrrrlh"l'OKTK,tM'TTK.H" I lOticHta) for enh Portlollo. nmd this ronrraeltin will hold lor thai whole- Merle lor tho who ireurt PrtfOll NO. 1 and iirfredliiK Portfolios during thai wh of laau. Prle for hoh laaban will h IS reata, ataTAdilrrfis all mall to THE WORLD FiiBTFoI.IO URl'AHTMKNT, World Unii'iNH. Iin'iude no other dubIqom tn PorKultoorden. Art Portfolio Department, WORLD BUILDING, Or Harem Office, ITStta Hi and Madtann Ave., Brooklyn fifltrr. .lOOWaahliirlnn t., Brooklyn: Central (MRee, Itrvell'!. Hook Mtore. 6ln Ava . corner 18ui Kt. . New York. o Amuaementa. PARK THEATRE. B' way and llolh Kt. Mats. Ttlraday and Friday. C0S6R0VE & GRANT'S COMEDIANS In to. Original Laugh Producer. THE DAZZLER Joe Ott, Annie Lewis, AL HART, FRANK WARD. JOHN CURRAN AND A CAPABLE COMPANY. aW CL08K8 TO-MORROW NIOHTpT"" THE FOOD SHOW. LENOX LYCEt'M. Madlaon At.. AAethst. I Adml.aion U Malta. Oa,a 1 to le.HO !.. ; CooklrigLrcturM. ZBtlo' clock. hyMltf MARA If TYWIN IIORKR. Concrrta alt.rnoon and .ven Inc. Elactrtoal and Uaa Klldi.n, In oprrallon. Candy-maklnf all th. time. Coupon for praaent wlih rvrry ticket .old at boi-offlce. Homcttiluf good lor .verybod y. UTHsTHKliT THBt.Tltr', DurlHhavc. Prl.a.-2o. oO. 76c. anillV I.aat wrek ol thr Kimball otxra Cotulqu.Oo. , o it I m: , In a numntiiona production uf H.ndrlck Hudson. , Nrat W.rk-l'I.ARA MDRRIH. EDEN MU8EC. opSn from ii awaasai swiwoKa.. a. M. TO 11 P M. WORLD IN WAX. GRAND fXJNCItRTH AND VAVDKVILI.K PKIU-ORMANCEB. Aft e.eO I Admlaalon, BOr. Kt,. a. ACADKMY OF MC8IC. UVhHt IrviiurPI. I The Girl I 7'K,1': Left Behind Me. tZTZt? HARLEM OPERA-HOUSE. Ufpmb- THE BLACK 0R00K.w',.fld8w- Nasi waak-KDWABD UARR1UAN. STANDARD THIATBE. Kvr. h.:iil . Mat., i l.V NEW LAUtJHM FOR KAbTER 7TH MONTH CHARLEY'S AUNT, ; M ATI NEKH WKDN EIA Y AHATUHDAY I lllfVf'H MAD. S5Tf HEATkt I ET'g. .!. IHAMi M'KKK Vauajrr Laat Ma. :. -,v LAST WKKK. i 'i I.V nines A TRIP TO f'.II.X ATOiVV April g-RIVAL CAND1UATKB. COLUMBUS THEATRE. jStoXLV flaQIfCCT DII6CI1 Wadnraday Matlnrv uanacoi nueoiAa popular Pnaia.aK a 60& Neat Wrrk-THE 1.1 M flKD MAIL. K.IIPiKKTilKATItRl ETC ft IS; llat 4TII jtOWPgD MONTH. SOWING THE WIND. T.. W RI)KUAV A N I , n A II II I , A V riAl V'Q JAJIKs. A IIKItNK UMLI 9, In h , i,...ii(ui mar. B2J'Kd'lA'UuJ SHORE ACRES. MIRI fl'S Wajlar aanliiBiTLaaira and Mgr. n I DL.VI 3 Pncra. 18, 'io. 3a and M)c "BfflSa- Th Rambler (rom Clare Bunday' tve. , Agrlt 1-PKOF. I It o.U W KLL, BROAD WAYKfHT55-. . Uraud product Ion ot Oil bar! A u 111 van' a uawuprr, i ioi-ia i.i urn. ii. p'Oyly carta' sLcndon opera company. tVCKl M YlIFATME. att, 3D. Thr Arnarons. It ...I..' MOfWArj at K. In and at matin, -r. b "Mirrp In Wull'a 1'loUlllUJ. and the attitude of humiliation she as sumed, with the shy color coming snil going, was felt somen hat by the shrewd business man waiting calmly for her tu I proceed. "Mr. F.-rrls, you know how good Joe I la?" "I do. He Is one of our brave Ken- ' tucky lioyn All through." "He's going away." "till, Is that all" I have often won dered ut his patience, but I knew about the old folks. 1 suppose he thinks he j eail leave them now with you. He Is j not to blame for wishing to go out In j iho world." "But It's all on my account and that ' hateful piano!" cried Mary. "I will so foolish and father y. elded and the I old farm won't pay now." Mr. Kerrla waa silent. "I Mr. Ferns, cou.dn't you wouldn't 1 you buy that piano far Lou, and and ; let me give the money back lo father?" "But Lou has piano." "An old one. yea. She tried mine the I I other day and she said It waa so lovely I and father boitKht It because he loved mt; can't you do the same'.' Tnerc i should be a reduction, of course. If you don't think you could, don't tell them, please; It would make them un happy." Mr. Ferris reflected a moment. He knew all about the wlwla affair and i n 111 ALL FOR TWENTY-FIVE Thla Parlor Belt. . pieces, 1 $aaBA flf. A Plrriila... Ilcvel French Plate, f JR 00 A Parlor l'alilr. ) aWi Thr above will furnish a parlor complete. Worth double. Call und am them. Thla In tbe greatest bargain y.t oSkrad. Spring Stock Now Complete. 1'uili.r, BfMlroorn and Dining-Room Furnltun nrl Carpet at fully 2." por cpnt, reduottott. Wo carry the i.n , atock la Ntw York at tha loWMt price!, Cash or Credit Bnd ttnmp forratnJnTttr of Bntiv Carrtafffa. COUC1IEM! COl'CIiEb! COUCHES! OOUdUSt Only $2.85, Full Hpnng i-t'iit-t, covered 1c flneCratOBiM. carpets, mattings rubs. 100 Rolls of floe. Initraln at .Tic. peryaid. 7A Rolls of Itnuacis at Wc. per yard. j aioi ouBruaetla Ragaal 7flc. ' ftraw Hatting (0 yda ). glBR j COUNTRY TRADE rarafnlly att.nded te. ACCOUNTS OPENED FOR ALL l"i,ymr,ii A r run am , Salt CaielaaaeiaV OPEN H.1TIRD1T KTENINtaat, Mall llnlrr, 1'roinplly Attradag TaV SQL, HEYMAN & CO., .'.:. and 995 3d Ave., llrli, rrn SSth niiil SOth Rta. I. 11. STATION ON OIR CORMataa. Amusementa MAMNON- liqUABEOARDKS. ' BARNUM & BAILEY'S iitJUKATK-T HIIOVV (IN TARTU. With all Ita 1,1100 Wonder nrcua Aa a MrnnAf-rit-H. Kltfphauta, Kthnolur Ira I tne;reA.i of Btranaa Peoplaw Exhibitions daily at it andS P. K, Admission atAc, 60c. , 7.V. and $1. aooordlaar a locat Ion ot aeat. Box seata if j eacn. KOSTER &BlkV97imrsiSi Tllr. WII.MUTN, (IIMAill !AHy. IjSI THAN. A. l. KfNI'As, HKltTOf.Ol. MIMJIt. IM l.'tiiui I.:, IS. thr KOYAtl W'IIKTl.lll I. ION. OfAl.iTZ. M VAt PF.VI1.1.K slKriAl7llhl-NOVHI.TIfi PDaain (IPKRA-HOUHE. MIlU Ev'aal H. Mala. Wed. AHaAatlL IVANS AMI IIOKV in Next Wrek-KAN.N DAVKNPOOTui I, A TllHl'A anil tXEOPATBA. AMERICAN lllKATRE. MaL MaWlavV ltraervnl Heat.. Orcb. Circle and Balcony. Mia THE ALGERIAN. et Week-Peter Datley ,JA Country Spelt.' i PALMKK'H THKATHK. Evn & lftl aftabaaaV " MR. JOHN DREW. . N III WEEK. THE II ifTT E U !' MEW, j J i OARDEN TIIEATRK. 8. IB. Mat. Wed. Sai, i rice's iauaaitii I ! PROCTOR'S, jSSS 1 iryActa hunitayr . r i . -' i . io :Kll'. M. .eooUa'a niin jri'i ! ii ii i'i uajn "''l1 "" ntae,30Br'a. lUDCRIll Ml'Hli- BALL. I afata. Moo.. IMrCniRL it -Mil itn.i inii mi. I Thiirs. AAai, DON JI'A.N iHlirlraqur. Ballet) and VaodeTtlaa. IICDDallalal'e t-onsecutl-e Show ncnnaHRH o. Noon to up. av ' Brooklyn Amusementa. Frederick De Belleville in Hoodrron Blind. Matinees Thursday and Saturday. ; BXaZRVEDI Nliht-5a, 60c.. 73c. HEA1X. I Mat -Ralcuiiy,V'. ; orcbrstra.ooa , i Kl Wrk-DARKrT RUttalA. t- f. i i a"" A TV Hroadway aTToroop Are, 3 Urt ILI I, Mata Moo., Tliura, A Haa. .. FIEl lUDUHr. IflHL I GRAND OPERA.IIOVSE. CLARA MORRIS rbtrW TO-NIGHT. THE NEW MAGDALEN. 1 COLUMBIA. ".JriVrEJ-?0- Ever)' Kvenlne. Matinees Wed. and . J THE BOSTONIANS. X AMPHION."""-?3 I , KVKRV KVEMI. MATINEE SAT. OKLY, ,MR. E. H.SOTHERN. QTRD Walter .-nnlonlulelae A am O I AK. nil. ! 1... i'i, JSaodoOe. B Oood Keaen-eil Haau at 3nc Ma,Xhe.8tiI! Alarm, I OOL. SINN'S NKW PA1UC THKATRR B'l In- Week Mala Weil. A Hat. Aa LUE JEANO rainilir Wallrr sanlurd, Leasee and Maa lMU HP Pncea 15c , -Jbc. , HSe. OOc. LIlirillL AIITIioodllraerveUSeaUatSa- Robert 6ylor m Sport McAIIIstar. in li.i I l.tURned about the aale of the laaat M to his UauRhter, but with tearful Mary 9 before liini In- 'liil not feel like laugh ing. He wa .xcf.illiigly cloae about money matters; still, he loved hia daughter; If the tarerl lo have the pUe j he waa quite willing;. "I will speak to I. .iu ulioiit It and Ma j you know to-morrow." The neU evening, when Joe came ta from the held Mary crept up behind him nn.t held a roll of bllla over hla sl.oulder "Why, Mary, where" "I've sold my piano. I wasn't cut out I for a musician, either by position or talents. Take it. Joe. and Rive It to lather." "Three hundred and fifty .lullurs," aala t'ie ast iiHslii"! ' ". carefully rolling the till! up. "I'd hi. i" knew how y man igcl." ICary told him shyly. "Then yi..i aie not so mad at John aa you were?" "No, I saw him this afternoon; It waa Lou's father who told her; quite nAtuaJH y.-rn see, and and Joe. I think that piano --i. ill i inn. tiai k into the posseaaiOal j of the llrubans. after all." j "T!-.cy arc tuo paor " "They are not. One of them, at lean, j f la rich In re. I worth. I'm very hapg J and 1 know you will be." Chita j I Naire.