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- . - . .1 ,. il' , u.M?( k .?', ItftM. 5 I OUR THEATRES NEXT Wl Mounet-Sully in Several Plays at Abbeys Clara Morris ' Koiirteeiitli Street Kendall llurlcin. ' Mounet-Sully. the tragr-dian, enters Uuon the st'cond Weak of Ills engagement at Abbey's Tlioatre Monday night The repertoire for the week will be as fol lows: Monday and Thursday nights and Saturday afternoon, "Buy Was;" Tuc-n-day and Friday, "Antigone;" Wclm s day. "l.e CM." and Saturday night, ( "Hernunl " The next attraction at Ab bey's Theatre will he the Kngiish p.uito nilme "Cinderella," Which will be pro duced April '',. with th London cast. Miss Clara Morris produces a new play at the Fourteenth Street Theatre (ailed "Claire' Wednesday. It Is not the fa miliar "Clair and the r-'orgemaster," but an adaptation from the German made by Miss Morris herself. Monday night she will appear In "Camilla," Tuesday night in 'Article 47." Thursday night in "1 lie New Magdalen." and Sat urday In "It nte " The leading man will be John Ulendlnnlng. Mr. and Mrs. Kendal beiiin a two weeks' engagement at the Star Theatre Monday night. They will devote the first week entirely to Pluero's much dis cussed drama. "The Second Mrs. Tan queray." wnlch they presented during their alt engagement here. The second week of their stay will be divided be tween "The Ironmaster," "A Setup of ntper ." " still Waters liun Deep" and "All for Her." "Move's Extract win shortly be with drawn from the Fifth Avenue, for the Messrs. Kosenfeld have decided to pre sent at that house April a James A. Heine's domestic, realistic play called "Margaret Fleming." This drama was tried at u matinee at I'almer's Theatre two years ago. and called forth consider able discussion. It will, at any rale, be a welcome change from "Love's Ex tract," althouKh that farce has been Im proved The repertoire for the coming week nt the Irving Place Theatre will be as fol 1 lows: Monday, "Two Happy Days," Tuesday, "A Night. Off," in which Hiss Orete tiallus will be. seen; Wednesday, the tlrst performance In German of Etiill Augier s pluy, " Ule Anno Luewin," anil repetitions of this, play Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The piece was adapted for the Gtarntaft stage by Paul Ltndau. All the principal members of Conrled's company will b" In the cast. Miss Fanny Davenport, who has not been seen In ' ew York for a long time, will appear at. the Grand opera- louse next week. "J. i Tosca" Will be the play Monday ant Saturday nights, while the rest of the week will be devoted to "Cle opatra." There will be no Wednesday matinee. Miss Davenport will be sup- Eorted by Melbourne McDowell, her hiis and. and several well-known actors and actresses. "The Girl I Left Hehlnd Me." Iiavld lielasco and Franklin Fyles's admirable drama, is doing remarkably well at the Academy of Music. The spectacular ef fects have, of course, enhanced the value of the play at this theatre, but the charming love story would undoubtedly be appreciated if all these effects were lacking. The cast is an extremely good one. The play will remain at the Acad emy until the season ends. John Drew Ib still delighting the mat inee girls at Palmer's Theatre. Incident ally he Is appearing In Henry Guy Carle ton's play, "The Butterflies' not that it matters very much. Mr. Drew is the attraction and not the play. He could undoubtedly remain at this house profit ably until the end j.f June, but he has contracts to fulfil In Brooklyn and Phil adelphia, and then he Is booked for a tour in California. "Charley's Aunt" will be withdrawn from the Standard Theatre at the end of four weeks. It will then go to Hooley's Theatre, Chicago, for the en tire Summer, " Charley's Aunt," how ever, will not be lost to New York for ever. A contract has been signed by which It will return to the Standard 0 Theatre next Winter. Its popularity Is I not as yet diminished, although it has M had more than two hundred perform- ances. " Sowing the Wind." at the Empire Theatre, has pushed Into the dim future the other attractions that were to have been put on at this house by Charles Krohman. The play has been more suc cessful In New York than In London, and this success was entirely unexpect ed. Of course, the splendid cast has a frood deal to do with it. Miss Viola Al en and Henry Miller do remarkably good work. The bill nt Herrmann's Theatre, of fered by Messrs. Henton & Aarons. next week, v ill be a very good one. It will Include Jri, Thornton, little Bon nie Thornton, Wm. H. .'loan, the four em perors of 'ir.u-.lr. Ihe Cr- ;rv trie. I! .v Uurton, Ihoridnn and Pom -, . ....... .'" '' l. J ';.... it h il ii i.l ili u' sisters, Morton hi, i Mayer, ih.- Ross bro hers. Aiiin May, un-i many others A Countiy Sport." fresh from the ijoii, will be seen next .i.. k in the American Theatte Petei Dalley will, of course, be at the head of the company, which win include May Irwin, Attn 'wis. j dm (i. Snacks. James K Calls nan Ceorgo S. (lutes. Mav l.e Vlgne, Andrew Mack Itolan 1 liter. ; ga Lliu.ard. Lilt Farrell, Agnes Paul l.lllle Allyne, an i the Garden City tjuartet. Leonard drover's melodrama. "Lost In New V.rk." will be next we. It's attrac tion at Nlblo'l Garden. It Is a "tank Play," and the big stage at Nlblo'g Gar den will be used for a Very realistic v ,i ter scene, with "genuine boats " Prof Cromwell will glv another of his lec tures ut this house to-morrow night, his subject being "The Kmerald Isle?' lllus trnted by photographic views. The long list of artists in l'n tor's Theatre next week win include Prank Bush, Abide Capltalne, ClownJigs Mur phy and Kursale, the Martinet!! bi th- e.s. j.m Fiynn, Mtnnlo Renwu i. Hmll von :. ire, Isabella Ward, 'Iron. John II. Ma. k, Lola VoUgere, the Fonts Uolll brother", Inman and Nugent, Itrn .... and Myers, Jerome, Madge Kills, . .1 ra, Marie Lavlne, Wlcland and Manuel llofer. I "Shore Acres" will be played it tlaly'B Theatre Monday n.giit lor thi one hun dred and seventeenth time The pin; i still doing a capital buslnvsi lie- pi week ha:, lien the best that It h i 1 known since It was produci i in B.,s ton six mouths age James .'.. II.,-., lis very much pleased, lb- hn mad... u .foothold for bimsell in tins .:-, i uti he will htis-e two plays ruuno.,, at i .. 1 tug Broadway theatres. Ai Ton) Pastor's Theatre rn .' week the programme will In- an itrlmli-ahli. one. The artists unnounci i iri Lot tie Ullson. the "little magnet;" .'. . , mil Lester, Astsrte, M's;. Pol Il .. Frank II V.lil- and Mian Lll . :. tlrsn I ger, Pat. J Kick-, lie- "ill-'. i .11. .ii. :. 1;" John snd Nellie McCarthy, M :,- and Qardner, in popular duels; Mai. n ani Lord In a sket he-! NerV) Nl l Si us." ;:n I Prof I.' o ! i. Two theatri will be dark n st . it Harrlgan'a and t M idle n .-.,.. ir. .-.-. the former, Mlsi l'a illn iia i . . - , , engagement t .-iii.;iii. and i n is i ti lion (a promised to reopen th si u-- ry shortly. A' ti.e Inter "A Trip i i' !ir town" wlil be withdrawn to-nlgh-., nnd on April 'j i ii.-v Ami! m Ii ima, .-ailed "Rival Candidates." by C i" Tiaz'-y. author of 'In Old Kentui ty," win be produced. At th- People's Theatre our a nl .11 friend. "Blue leans." will be next week'r attraction, with is quaint typi ' Per rv. the Indiana millet; June, to.- waif; Sue. the in o.n.nis: Ben, the vin i and Blsener, Ike, Beth and Amanda. The f'-alures of the play are the fa mous taw-mill, the bill, tin- barhecui and tin- hots dog -nd pigeons. "Blue Jeans" has been .-tie of the most suc cessful plavs ot the decade. "The Hazzl-r" rema'.ns at ih- Men Park Tl tatre for another week, I is i ver jnllv farce-comedy, ani li is capltHlly acted by Cosgrove ml Grant's . om .liana. Including Joe ott. the really entfr talnlng funnv man. and Miss Annie Lewis. New features In the shape o songs and dances are promised. Thi popular songs "Sweet Marl " and "Thi old stage In. or" hive been well received. Bessie Bonehlll will aip-ir at Koster A Blal'a Concert Hill next w It The other attractions will be lleotor and Lau ralne, th.- comic acrobats; the All Droth ers. Jacques Inau II. the mathematical enigma: the Royal wrcstllna L'.on. the Wllmots. Mile. Armand An. wlm will sing a new Kngllsh song; Maggie CUne, :he Hibernian warbler; the Deltore:il Brothers, and Mile. Eva Bertoldl, the contortionist. Miss Mnh- Jansen will begin the sec ond and last week of her engagement at the Bijou Theatre Monday night. Miss Jansen does good work, an 1 she has competent support In Frank Tannehlll. Jr. William Morris. Charlis Mason, h; naclo Martlnettl. Frederick peters. Ma Merrick, Hope Boss and Bessie Lacke This will be the last 'veek of "Delmonl co's at Six" In New York. Next season Miss Jansen will do a new col tedy. At the Broadway Theitre tin- lovers of Gilbert and Sullivan can s-. the latest comic opera, "Utopia, Limited." that n ters upon the second week of Its run Monday night Th- eminent collabora teurs have a large following in this city, and even If "Utopia. Limited, Is not ;.s brilliant as "The Mikado." "Patience, "The Pirates of Penzance nr.d Pina fore." it is still decidedly worth s einr; Lillian llussell. iii the delightful comic opern. "Glrotle-Glrolla." Is packing the Casino. The prima donna bus never been in better voice than sh is now, and she h.oks more charming than ever. The production Is a most sumptuous on . recalling the old ''.-.sliio glories, and the In st of them. Th- cast Includes Mi-s Russell's husband. Slg. Pcrimlni. and the comedian. Dlgby Bell. At the Garden Theatre. "ltM" has been boomed Into a new pi iperlty by the Kilanvi pictures, which p- iple are flock -In to see. "The mechanical devices, savs Mr. Palmer's agent, "by wh cli they have been effected, are fully pro tected by letters patent on both sld-r of the ocean." Statuette groups of tin royal family of Spain will be given n.. souvenir of the three hundreth perform ance, which occurs April ?s. All vaudeville will again prevail nt the Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ITlfe k$a&a fl lkiimifT AB&OIVTEW PURE ATONING FOR A WRONG. Conscience Was a Powerful Factor in a Wife's Action. Early one dull October day a girl came cjulckly along the lanes towards Marldon. There has been much rain and little frost that Autumn, so that the country had tot quite lost lt3 Summer tinge of green, fcut wtnda had blown Incessantly and Wven the foliage a tattered, disconnected ok Something of the same look. Jcared and uneasy, was repeated In the girl s face. Every now and then Bhe Bis need behind her. with a swift. in Voluntary turn of the head, as If she ex pected to hear footsteps or a call. Noth ing came. The population In this coun try district wss scanty, and she only pasaed a cart driven by a man and two or three school children, truants from school, who were climbing the hedges In search of a few remaining blackberries. As she saw them In the distance the un easy look In her eyes became more marked, and the scurried by them on the opposite side of the narrow, muddy lane without a question, although fhe wui sure they could have told her what the wanted to know. Presently she came upon on outlying whitewashed cottage, with a garden still full of chrysanthemums and geraniums and smoke flying lightly out of a chim ney. She paused, then closed her ru'her tremulous mouth determinedly. "No." she Mid, T won't I'll tlnl the house somehow." At last, seeing h mall w irking In u field, she called to him over the Bat: J "You, needn't come no nearer, hut I f wish you'd tell me where the minister lives." "I aln'i coming t nearer." sill the man. surprised "Wee that lltt .- white hous by the big Jllsml Ani body II show yu iiiMi jpj-pSSSSSJi I She went away In the direction he pointed out. As she came near sh. heal 1 the cry ' a child on the other side , I the wall and slackened her pace. "He's i children, too," she sail to hersi-lf. "Weil. I It's his place, lie's gut to com-, and I I was told to fetch him." nhe rang the bel1 and asked for the minister. "I don't know as you can see Mr Wood," said the girl who appeared In an swer, " hut if you Ilk- to step in you can leave a message with the missis." She hesitated. T' I'll btop here." she said. In a minute or two she heard a light footfall, and Mrs. Wood came Into the passage. " You asked for my husband ? she said kindly. " I don't know your face. 1 think you must be a piranger" "We haven't been here long. e in over to Alllngton." " And do you wish to speak to him ? " HeV wanted to o-ir house." the girl answered In a dull ton as if she were repeating a lesson " Johnny and Tom's both dead, and mother's dying. Fathers down, too," she added The curate's wife turned white and stepped back. "What Is It ?" she Hid faintly. ' Dip hill -erv. Everybody's that scared of us thev won't come iikl the house, The baker puts the bread inside the gar den gate." She spoke stolidly, as if al r. adv the cutting off at human fellow ship had heenme a nutter of course, and she did not look at the shrinking figure of the wife and mother, who stood star inp. but as n i answer came sho added : " The minister's wanted " I "Why did you come here? tAlllngton Is not In this parish " ; "There's no use going to Mr James" "You must try Go ba-k and say my hushanl can't come." The i-ii : glanced at her with dreamy acceptance before she made i final at tempt "Mother's awful had. The doctor ) her can't list the nit it." The otnei sf .1 stiffly, bracing hei :; to her word". It's ten lb!, M- Wo- 1 w , ' I, ver sorrv if he knew, out h m i Icumu. Ile'g w.i," h ldcd. ,'.i i..i. m g SSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSJSSBSSSSSJJSSSJJ . " i .'.i i Mall, Monday night. The -' aiiins includes Itagmar end De ' I" ! ibtan ',' i ti tit of Hun gaits i 'ingers and dancers; the John. ',' "." Il1' '' Grant, it..- and Martin ;.y''Rn. "iiiiiie, ihe French sing. r. ti,,'.. .,'"; '' 1 M llllans, John W. Myers, th. 'u,, Nl""'l,, 1au' Stanley' ..ii.l The coming week's attraction at H. B. Jacobs !,(,,. ln h. ,.A Nntm ;',;,,' ' " ynwdy drama containing humorous and pathetic elements It Is a story of Connecticut life, and it pos- is one of thise mod. m luxuries a mechanical . (Teat. This la a bum- steam Pile driver, fiom whl. h the hero Is res in 1 nt the tragi.- moment when It Ib about to crush him. A new wax figure of Gen. Kossuth will be exhibited at the Bdcn Musee to-morrow. The it of features for the coming w.-ek Includes Powell, the black-art ex ponent, who will present his illusion called "She," Miss ltuth Davenport, who will sing "Dreams" nnd other bal lads; Miss A. 1-h Purvis tinrl. of slack win- renown; Majin,,n. with nil Japan- ' ' sped lilies, and Lola Yle rrl "The Pawnbroker of the Uost Side" la still i ing a very big business at the (ernvii i in i.,. Adolf Phlllpp's songs are r ived with much enthusiasm, nnd '; l nl" . a the I- Idler and ihe Wall street in-ill, ,,-. . a couple of very clet er RKetelies Bi rnhnrd It. ink. as Mrs, Hi "in - ' wi ger, I hxi eedl igly funnv. I he l- iv .:-. . i of the tiust Side" will r :n li i Ii io- i. on . KMjviu ! II rie in will plav In Harlem Ihi ti.-u time next Week, when he he- ' ' all e: ...,-i, .,t nt ilatnniei stein's ' rii-H linn 1 1 I .. a been doing mi l ., ! us n ,.: I-. sl hi and the Hal lei iltea , III urm lubtotlly give him a -i ii 1-off" ai "i Harlem iperu- I : li. conip in . v. Ill be mst the i" th- t - e.i ,i his own theatre. I: ion 1 liol 1 e ,to;--i. - i iiji (i "1 io a- i .- in' still hoi 'ink- Its own et th. . -. . -i'ii-me 1 1 use v ' II) I "' l ntrnst PI ero's two plays, . . Amnzni -" i I ' Thi S ind Mn Pit . ; . will have oop u . in'tles of ' i :.: - . i: .. ; i, .i Ing week It Is llftl lit 1 ; . lle tin the snine mini " le Hi iv plays "The Amazons" 1 1 . I i . : "1 In Sheep In Wolf's 1 "- thing ' v .... nl hts lie I at the in i : .li e t-eri' -: . s Th i v 111 1 i sprinting en itesl In the cur! li .- " . Mm il n ni xt week, ' : nti i hi Iiih : itr :-r itty ; - ho run n ml - -. ery hour. Olhi r :'n . hi ..ill h an Arab villa) I'rinceas Lucy, n mlilgct; Virginia ' ! ' . . I T ; letlC W 01. Ml. X.i :'. 1 If- . :- . Whit-li P. and a vaudeville corn pan . including ' harles 11 Dun. an, Ber thn Hrunh, thi Mt-Avoys un.l Bogersand i . . ...', i I .t D ni-', !' -ht'- Avenue Mus um I there will alrn h aprinteis next week five .f them. Each woman will run upon a . . ea'. it I-'ngllsh racing machine, and each mile mndi will be recorded bv ,. i meters. I', num. the Cannon Ball k.i g; liirii'.lii. l-"..!i and Wanna, Walter SI ...ut, a di. .ma call d "Silas, the 1 Hot." and Sanforil A Manning's Spe 11. .. Company will he othet features A high-class vaudeville performance Is tic -iiiii 1 1 nt :l . . -ial ' M ei i-ll 01 ' M isle Hull, at Rlxty-si venth stt et and Tiiirlr' ni- next - 'k beginning M m l.iy. ; he nrtl ts will bi Ihe Hm its in .t'-i--. Blocksom iird Burns. Vlcto 1 i 1 v liters M irton nnd It. velle. T ' L-im nn I Ml- Verona. Delavoyc . :.!,. I nil N Hie He; ly. Kill... .;. : i. the .-l-iie: il cn-l others. 1 ii! : : '. v to. ' . ; I..1. ml railroad . mn .1 !rnm 1, " "h Mmlti 1 M ill." will ! '. -en ' .it ihe 1" ilunibns Theatre, II. irh 1, 1. t v. It. The pi e I, . ,. ,f the :.i 1 i.iilnr .' ra-s. ::-. it 1 eci i nr ti. entente, .11 which a real locomotive h . romlnenl pui 1 it wlli 1 given with the "original" scenei and 1 very go 1 mii t my, ii . ludlng 1 ic "wondi r ful" Beatrice. Barnum Bailey's "greruest show on earth," that ilwaya comes with the merry, merry Spring, is do.ng s well as ever at the Mi llson Square Garden. It is .1 capital show without the Kiraliy sp 1 ' th.it for one or tv. s a:!, ns h.-'.s hen somethlnn of a nuisance. It Is g -n-ulne, cool, old-fashl 1 1 circus, aueh as ctrl Inn nil-. re. and mints never succeed in despising. AT THE BROOKLYN THEATRES Th. CruHl .f Society" nl Ui Park -t Wvek. Manager Sinn, of the Park Theatre, will offer next week "The Cruil of So ciety," the most successful translation ot DumaVs famous " l.t Demi Monde." The play Is tosed on this motto: "It Is the unwritten social Jaw that a good man should marry none but a good woman.' The moral Hea of thp play Is clearly defined, and th contrast drawn between the shell and th kernel of no ck ty in shown in an Impressive style. Th- company will Include Arthur Lewis, Arthur Korratt. Henry Itayntun. George Hex ford, Frank Andrews, Bdward NoyR, Ziffle Tilbury, Charlotte Kellson, Lydla Thompson, Kllta Proctor Otis, Annie Toung, The coming attraction at the Colum bia Theatre will be E3. H. Bothern, the well-known conicdian. who will play a return engagement "i" one week, begin ning Monday night. Th play to be pre sented win .v 'Tiiord Chumley.' since its tlrst production, alout lx vcars ago, 'Lord Chumley" has always been a strong faw.rite with m. Bo them's admir ers. Jn the company are Rowland i I Ck Stone, Vincent Btemroyd. Morton S.lten, C, P. Kiockton. Kate Pattlson Belten, .Marion QlTOUX iin: others. There will ip no matinee on Wednesday, .orlnno comes t the Amphloil next Week in hfr new operatic burlesque, en title) "Hendrlck Hudson: or, The Dis covery -f Columbus." The company, it is h-ald. numbers sixty people. The piece played a long engagement in cni cago during the Fair, and this will be its first production in Brooklyn, in the last act there is a bright reminiscence ' Ing out a purse as meagre looking as herself sh. dropped a few shillings into th. girl! hand "There tf'i," she said hurrte lly. "and mind you don't speak to any one in the village. "I a.n't gutna to speak to no one." re turned the Rlrl with a touch of IndiK natlon In her voice. She held the money ; in her limp hand without looking at it I nr thanking the giver, her eyes medita tively fixed upon the door, the handle of I whl h the minister's wife was grasping I as though fearful that she might force an entrance. Once more she vaguely re pt ti I "Her won't last the night." "You'd fa it r go back at once." They iard a child at that moment call; "Mother, mother!" The girl lifted her heavy eyes and looked full In the wife's face, "Yes. ni go," she said, briefly, Turn ing away, ihe went along the road by ( which she had come, and Mrs. Wood il ! rigidly wnti-hlng her. still holding , the ban lie -.f the door. Ah the Inrt flut j ter of the faded lilac print was lost j round a convr th" t -nslon failed, a, id she leaned against the door with all her limbs trembling. 1 "What have I done? what have I I doner she murmured "If John knew, heii never forgive me. what buslnesi had thev to s'-nd for John when they re none of bis?" She paused, her sense of justice refus ing io 1 ik shelter behind this thi tght. Alitngto'll was a tiny hamlet, lying Hti'lctly within the borders of another parish, where the vicar wai very old end 'intiim. but the curate of Marldon had I n- ver shrunk fr m responding t i any rall which came from the two or three families inhabiting the pom. low lying damp, out-of-the-way cottages, i-enst of : hb would he have refused now, And as felt In her own conscience what his conscience would suffer for the act, ins starti 1 Upright and turned to run nnd tell him. Put she had one of tnose strong wills which from their v. ry power over 1 their possessors are often unsuspected, innd it rose up now like iron. "No," she said, "he shall not go His throat i I weak, .in 1 he Is so careless of Infection ! that h w "Hi let t! chlldn n play about him, as they slways do if he had 1 km wn that J"' was want I, l would hot have tritl (o stop him. I wouldn't lay j the sin " rel i I upon his shoulderr, but i .f 1 take it m if Qi i cannot be angry I w Mb him I Will t.-l.' it I '" tnk- M ' Bhe lifted her bji ij f. s t the gi , lils 1 " . k i r ' - h s.iid sob m Ij . ; "n in mUcr, i' sin Is mine." Then , 01 n 1 looi n 1 ws k 1 d termlm u I I ii 1 th Httln room where her husb.nnd I ,v;i 1 . .Hi.; I. , u is the:"' 'i- '. '. ' 1 M j iv : ' she n pk ' he- he.rt 1 1 . i . 0 ' '' ime W 1 , in rvy, Vi 1 stucit ai i:,u eermeii of th Mi !wiy PI .:. an .- kl the Calm auairllle an I the novel Persian dan Ixteen young Women will take part In n sw ml combat march, and other spe cialties v. ill be Introdui ed, "Billy" Harry returns tn the Orand 1 Ope rs-House on Monday night for the second time this season with "The Ris ing Generation," which depicts the rtsi of mi Irish emigrant who ventures into politics with the help of n pull and finally goes to the Senate Mr BaiT) s supporting company includes James H. Manning, Samuel St. Forrest, ltlchard P, Sullivan, Fred ToUllfi Cora, O'Nell, Annie Mack Herleln. "Murkest Russia"' will be nt the New PIJou Theatre The play Is said to con tain an Interesting and thrilling Story It will be interpreted by Ellis, lirany and Garwood's company, and given an elaborate setting Tony Pastor, with his new grand com pany of American and European vaude ville celebrities, win Inaugurate his Spring tour at the Onyety Theatre the coming week, commencing with a mati nee Monday afternoon j Kelly, story teller. Ward an I Yokes, COmlC car icntiire artists, the Roger brothers, Ger man comedians; McAvoy and May, comedy duo: the three sisters l,ynn, Rngllsn song ami dar.ee; MatheWS and 1 1 arris, sketch artists, I.tna and V ml acrobat!, and status and Abaoco in their gymnastic sketch, "The Hrikenian and the Tramp;" Lawrence and Hirilng- I ton. the Bowery "BpeeHers." Tony Pas 1 tor win appear nt every performance. "Skipped by the Light of the Moon" I will be the attraction at the Novelty Theatre next Week, The cast Includes I Pudd Ross. Eddie Bhayne, ("harles j Hogan. Llda Wells. Mae Worden. Du die Tracy, Harry Rrownlng and others WRITTEN BY NAPOLEON. 'The ff 11 n lny World" linn nn ln ui ni ' iii, ii It (i 111 n nor. The great French General whose name ; Is familiar to every man. woman nnd child who ever went to school once wrote 1 romniic t. The original manuscript was discoverer ir, Lord Ashbum ham's library It has never been published, and will appear tn the Sunday World to-morrow. NAPOLEON l There will be a fac-slmtle of Napo leon's handwriting also. The furor 1 Which has ,':i' asse I the w ill and ma le tpubllc everything Napoleonic, as If the I nations were to worship the French hero as a god, if still felt to the point of en thusiasm In Paris. In giving this ro mance publication the Sunday World adds an important and exceedingly In teresting relic to French literature. Mr. John Brlsben Walker, of the Cosmopol itan, secured the manuscript for use in America. TO HELP THE POOR. The Social rwo Will Aid "The uri'i " Free Dread Fundi t The Boclal Two will give their first an , nual bazaar and hall for the benefit of ( the poor and " The World's" Free Bread I Fund. Saturday. April 14, in Central j Opcra-House, Sixty-seventh street, nar Third avenue. j The hall will be open early in the af . ternoon, and the bazaar will continue from l o'clock o 11. At 11.30 dancing will be commenced. Misses Ella Block and Rebecca Wal loon onstltute the Arrangement Committee. VHM Wyse's New Remedy i li the physical p"..rN m broken sad deeayed, it restores vitality in either sex and lives ten Ills to every muscle, llgaroeat, nerve snd i -..! it I sreat relawnaton it stimulates lbs fecrs- itoiiH tim iiyh. ni the entire -vaiem. 11 ..;! i blchest for tbe cure o Brlsbtj3teaj Diabetes, . plseasssol th. KlnNKYS, momai ii. livilt. I BLADDER and t'ltiNAHY owiaxh. Beeoni iMiiiH by peopls v-e nil know. Sold by all drugRititH. PrUe f.1.0 i. long enough." She h.i 1 gone behind him and no Stood looking over his shoulder. "How you slave day after day!" she exclaimed at last, with a.n impatience which surprised him. "If there a noth ing else, there's alwuys a Sermon to be written, and they UUte so long! Otlier men don't spend so much time over theirs." "I never was quick at this sort of thing." he admitted readily, "and I'm not sure I do much good by it. How ever, 1 has to be. done "I win you'd go away and lake a holl lay!" she exclaimed abruptly. "Take a holiday." he repented In amassment, "My dear, are you mad' ; Pray, what would the vicar say. and I who would do the duty?" "Oh I'd find some one, I'm quits certain I could And some one. and you are looking so tired that you are very likely to Tire ik d iwn unless you get change, If it were only to Donnington, , J"h i." he hurried on, putting up her , h.md to check his interruption, "it would be better than nothing, and you know that Mary has been worse, and it woul 1 be the greitest comfort to them'" "My dear Louisa" She pushed his hand aside breathlessly. "Come, say yes, say yes. Just to please me! Let me go and pack your bag, and then you can start by the '.i train. He began to laugh. ! "What are you talking about? This Is October, and we win discuss a holiday w hen August comes around nnd the Vicar his had his. I can't Imagine how such an unreasonable idea got into your ' hend! Pray take it av .w with y u and leave me to my sermon." As she did not reply, he looked around nnd saw tears in rur eyes. "My dar love." he said In a Chang d voice, "I shall begin ti think It is vu who sre uverdone and wan the holiday, If you are reallv smaklng seriously, recollect how much Illness there la about you know I should not like to he absent even for one night when It might be a sick soul WOS In sore need of help." I "Kverythlng falls on you!" Her lone , was sharp and resentful, for already hi was righting with remorse and a great fear. "Well, well." he said, smiling, "we needn't grumble. Hard work agreH with me, nnd. Ood knows. I've more I l Kaluga than most men. Hadn't you better se What thOSS children art aft. rV Dinner l-m came and she helped the child en methodically, although ns wai more s lent than usua ti I '.f her bus band had bei an observant min he mus : . n .' I lis a.i th ignts how ,.-r w r lai tr th p salb Mil f v -ii. l.i.g r om be wss .. i . . t . . io ii .; for n s . I IHi -w....ciiii.-ii of the k 'ii iaaiei c-sjV!t SPORTIftG NEWS ANO GOSSIP. I Chairman Raymond on the Wis dom ol Classo3 A and B Scheme, Twrnty-M-i'dnil Rrgtmi nl A. A.'s spring Gnmos, in reply to the criticism to whli h the l.. A w has men subjected since 11 1 1 ipi -i the clssses A mil ii schemi .ml not coming right out for professionalism, ' ns the N i- r . nf England, did, rimlr man Raymond, ( the Racing Hoard, gives it an his opinion thai the end of : ihe present racing season ill show the' wisdom c.r the l. a. v. and a lack t that comm -lit - on the pari of the N t. l". The I. a w . grgue, Mr Hayi on'l hy adoptliiK the elans rule n feeling Its way: it is rautlous, wh.le th- N c f. has burned iih bridges behind it Suppose, for instance, th, class rule -does not work nlthough Mr. Raymond has no fear of that Well, then It can I Imply ie done away with, an-i all the riders In both elans,-., having at- ' ways tM-fn amateurs, e.m consistently be rentore-l to the paint Standing thev held before clanies A an 1 It were adopted, Hut the r.tiKltsh ha.- made their riders either amateur or profession als. The rash ulzi-s will tempt nearly all, If not all, of the best men t.. be- i .nine professionals. A company ts put- ; tin? up the prizes this year, but If the ' scheme is not successful, wir. will f-ir nlsh the prises another year? Then I where will all the professionals be? nut tn the eold, and being qui and out pro fessionals, tiny iiin't very well l.e re-1 store. 1 to the amateur ranlis. Then the N c l win be in a bad way f-.r k--o-i , it.ters That is Mr. Raymond's argu ment. The S rim- games oflhe Twenty second Regiment Athletic Association to t held April IJ. at the armory, Klxty-seventh i nd Sixty-eighth streets .mi Western n-.ile.it!. commencing at B v; ek P, M promlsi s ;,, be th. besl athletic meet ing ever held bj the regiment, The list r entrlea is larger than ever befori uni in iii le-- sueti well-known athli tee as Fred C. Puffer, N .1. a. C, champion a mllc-r . f the r ntt ed Si.it. s snd Canada; ; rge Sauls, n. v a. C, champion quarter mller "f th- Metropolitan Asso el ttlon: i:. W. a -ir. N. I. A C. i ham lion p.I! ar.uin I athlete ef the l'nlie.1 Stsii-i.; I-:. V. Ill-n-.li ik. .1 A r. champion two-mile steeple-chaser; Joi .In lye, the flyer ; the Rivers le Wh I men. and others. The list of even!-. 1 as follows: 70-yard run. 830-yat 1 . ivlce run. 830-yard hurdle, 140-yanl run. 8B0 yard novice run. B80-yard r-in. oni mil. run. two-mile bicycle rnec, pot ito nu--. scratch, and obstacle ru,-.-, scratch Ml v. nts win be handicaps except the nwi races. A Cambridge (Mass ) despatch says an effort is la-iiiK maie tu arrange an inter collegiate team t ice. The New Jersey Athletic Club has rent Invitations to Harvard, Yale. Princeton and the Uni versity of Pennsylvania for sueh a race, to he h ii in June Harvard win prob ably accept the Invitation. Races or this nature were hell at Bergen I'otnt last year, am! w.-re exceedingly Interesting. A team struggle Is always more at tractive thin an Individual contest, ind oollege contests more Interestlnc than any other kind, Harvard seems to l.e the lemler In this branch of sport. . . . William B. Curtis ("r.ither Bill") has this to say of the recent A. A, r. box ing championships: "The boxers wer a sorry lot, an.i not even the much adver i ilsei wonder from Baltimore exhll it.-i I first-class form When we remem Per ,uch former - hamplnns as Williams I ah l De it .um. and Crysler and Mo : LJlmehey and HcAultffe, and compare tie ni with this year's cr m. if thumpers an.: swingers and sluggers nn-l luirhers an-i powers, it would se, m that sclentflc boxing la a lost art." . . Col. John Hopkins, backer of Han Crcedon -ay , regar 'Ing Bob Pltxslm-m-ins's reltersted challenge t- Crcedon that aflei the letter's match with M.-r; Moore, if Pltsslmmmons will iie-.sit ,r. s forfeit. Ci I Hopkins will ovei Ihe money and match Creedon to tleht Flt;'. slmmons forfflO.OOOa side, . . . Denver "Bd" Smlt ms received a let ter from .1. .1. Qulnn, his hacker, stating lie has succeeded In k ttliiK U.OQO li, Pittsburg to j.nst a f',rf,-lt for a n, it.-h between smith and Qoddard. . . . Se-eral ehaiiKes tn the Harvard 'Varsi ty ball team have been made. Hopgood nnd Stevenson were iru.l at tint .ir.i Deans :.t s. o- i The initial game of the Benson will be played to-da) between the firs: an l si -on I teams ... The final touts of the Prospect A. C. boxing tournament will he hc-i-1 nt Wo ks', A5semlily Rooms. l."ig Island City, to-night. . . . Billy Vernon will box AI McCormtrk at Miner's Bowery Theatre to-niht. At the Eighth Avenue Theatre Stunt n Abbott will meet Mike Hrtslln and Tommy MeCabe. . . . The preliminary baseball Raines nt the l'olo Uruuii'lu should be vailed ut 3 o'clock. morse with whl.-h his wife brought up to feel duty the highest obligation of l.fe whs battling. It s'.iuck him at last. however, that she l" k.-.i sven paler than usual, and. remembering with ime un easiness the llttli nene In his stuly, he said kindly "I m Bfrald, my ibai. that the chiliren have tlrei you " "No," she said. "No." Then quits sud denly suldeiily ev.n ti herself f.r It AA not se,m to her that the thought had llashe'l Into h- r mind until that moment, rhe. added: "But 'f you won't tto to Donnington I believe I shall " "i -: he exclaimed In utter bewli dermi -t. for hiH wife's reluctance to ; leave home had passed Into u proverb In her family. "Yes, Way not' Annie can manage fir you an 1 the rhll.lr. n for a few days, or perhaps your sister wouid come." ; "Mhi - not really worse, is she"" j "No Hut I it- feels seeing so Utile of us If you 1 n't mind. I think I will go this aftein l ui As she said ihss, words she flung htm a tru.lii.nei look, but ihe ami.-"., nl her tint announcement hud Bwuiio.ved up thai of the see hi 1 I if course, I don't mind." he said slowly, "l dare say you'r right. I'm ! afraid I've been selfish In keeping you I away from poor Mary. Wont you take , one of the children?" -nn, no, no. no," she cried, with s I quick shud It r i John Wool WSS a man of easy adapta tions, ani by tin- end -if tllnner the first strangeness ol her irjio-..ii toil worn awaj si e ias relieved from any f.,,r f his wishing ti see her off by his ' telling hei that n "as obliged to K lm- medlately to distant part : th parish ani n mid taki the eider children part of the way wl.h him. And whn he offered i ieav, .'u-r bag at the st.ai n he said sh, would prefer to carry it herself. , "How long shall you slay.' "Oh, perhaps few days it win o- pen I up ui wli.it I tin I when 1 get then You won't expect letter, will you. John? I'm going to have a real holiday." .go it seems.'- he sail smiling, "Bui l.i Just what you like, an 1 by all means enjoy your holiday I miiat be off. Uood bv ' And he kissed h.r She would have liked to have warned him against taking the children Into any ,i ,use where infection might lurk, but laiel r. it She Tclt us If the very word would betray her. Scarcely knowing what h was doing, she moved like a person In dream, pu.kcl her clothes. i .a. he pudding In a basket, saying she A ii .1 I: for S Sick w -nan. k;--l the irie.- children snd went out f the i .i .,- is she pat - 1 ti.. tui oiii hi i he re id In ..it- ti e st.it, ai. her : . . its 1 - i I cam i . follow, so, -. ... - -it- i ' . , had A-..U I .ilon il., ,...-. a un.j inai moraing, vntatistied. . . . Quick Results , jrS ' r , are wlint vie nrr Wi.' r tirr. 1: new ' USSJ? Hprlna Htvle, In -SCfj-Pt, rvr"' ,ln "' rnr- y & '"'" "rr llow ,n' j u n"' ""'" br "',1 nt i f I 4 the imnllesl possl S li'e ttli.ni nboverttr , I lf ' i : aenin' enst nl iniin Inclitrr. Ho, nl il-..,,. si ;o it.i.tj Ueassels ?..e. Velvet. -JO, . ,; (,,, TnpTStHes, :-.,, in,, J. & J. D0BS0N, 2 Esst 1 4th St. FORGOT HiS PRISOiJER. lire-.,!,,.,, officer Leaves n Hnoit- iHTi-il lliirulnr ,.n ,. Tmlti. I ft B-',. I 1. 1 fn -, I DUNKIRK, N V. March SI -John Bcanl v us sent to the Brie Count) Penitentiary last Pall for bnri;lury. A wai ani v .-. lodged uitti th Bupi rin tend nt f i'i,it Institution mr his arrest on at other eh in ,,r burglary at the ex piration ol his term Si anion 'a tin e i'ii' i w dnesday morning, nnd Offlcei tleorgc w.s detail, ,i i , K., after him, but he .11,1 not I'lim: back his man. Inquiry h Jui ;.- Bdwarda yesterday rel ii. 1 the r.n t that i Ifllcer item . ar iii ' .1 hi : e from ItutTaio with his prlsoni r late Web s I ! night, and wis so drunk that he had to be helped fr-'M the train by the conductor He entire!; forgot hts pi ' nor In the nr, and when the train started that worthy, handcuffi and all, V is : ill.. i west i.l, 1 hai Hi i been heard of For jaundice and all oilier conditions ieulting from constipation, go by the book on Beccham's pills. Book free. pills 25c. At drug stores; or wiiioto B. F Allen Co.. 365 Canal st., New York Amusement's HUBEh'S '.'." MUSEUM. $1 SHOW FOR 10c. INTERNATIONAL SPr,INTIN6 CONTEST. 1 Prstty a rti In Iwurljr rvchlug unnim o ru prainaoyi Arab Vt.1 a; Princess (.my. tltf band s 'in-Ht AlMigsjibs r i!m nubile; Vlra.oia Kni. in ii'l 1 .'.1 1 hiii iMM'hlf- : 1 .Mi p B,tr h 1111 - "What I" It." HOUth hn Isjaml J-; it- 1 luin , . M ! 1 1 HpnitrdhslrM fsopls; wild ti.-nr-is 1 1 h' MfntMt'f1; HltuU tb k r 1 nil. iur i-i.it.-i.H- cur.i' h.ii s hourli rttaas htm, TtlMtre hnrlva II. iHiitmn, w nlm fir 1 Irlitiifj ' 'n, KKrssud Clt-velnt'd, tfrltle . .. 1 . 11. ..t- ... ; tyiii 111. t Ij.- 'ii'Any Mi ' mi, 'i .Met it'll-, un t uthers, UtatiU auoday "' ''' MAlihnV KQt'ARt. UAllUKN. BARINUiVl &. BAILEY'S UIKATB-T MIO (N KAttTII V 'ii i.n us i " wondvis Circus, iu Menacerlta, Klsjibsnts, i.ii.iit.ii-K'.iiii CoiisTuBf 1 if Htratura in opls Kabibltsoua aati ai 1 suU 1. M. Admission SiAc . ftttr, . 7 '. -1 d SI , uixordlnif t- ItH nt fin i ssotM. it M'titH it's? soh. K08TER& flAL' . Mar.To-Da.v. . II AGItli 1,1X1 . I 'I '1 1 I'M ISM Id, nn, w 1 1. no th. iii.ua ti'ttii, 1 v. TIMN. ,. II. IM'M A -. HI 1. in I III lls .HA. I(-.I llllil I l.l,tlif ItOV A I. !'I-!'IU. I. IN. Ill A I.l I .. VAX II III I -ft . IAITIKX MiVI 1 HIS II" 1 Y V- MAI. .J 1 III- AI l:t . 1 v j. ul :l(l I II M-: M Kl.l ... Miihwt 1 U.-i Mill I". I.l i I'lill-iillMAN' II- I itsyst'J I fc lOT'l'M A mil- III iiinAtimvx. April t HI V'AL ' l M'l I 1 1 I . I'AI.MKI-.'s TIIRATIll Kv'iTaiS MSUMSL MR. JOHN DREW. ,1 A I'IM.Ii TII.IHV '- . T II I II I II i. It I 1. I I. -. 1 iil-H! 1 1 III ITHK, Efc K Tft: lists i. 1IATINKI'. I II-IIA AT J. SOWING THE WIND. .HAI -. i:iim -11 v ami HATMilDAY H. R.JACOBS' THEATRE"i,:;,i'.,;vt-T- .,IAT-. HON.. KATM , ,M HI.TT IN Till It-. A SAT. " Kll.l.lllMV." . XI tVBBK A M T IKJj llT( II. I.Y. Kl M Till- A li'tl' .1 t .III II , Aiiim.ii.s. IT .-e.le.1 M..ii.;u- .1 h 1,1 ulel ut lliiillliee tiy I "gssep 111 W..II-I, I'liilhliiK. She h.-id a qulek Imagination, ani Hhe pictured her drugging drearily t.uek to the .leath-hrtunte.i house uttii no i,. tier mes .f comfort than that the tnln- lt r una absent. Suii(. !.e sue l-Jifike t. in- fine on her way home -It was only natural f.n u u-m m talk snd learned the trut!.-' Suppose as fhe half fan cied thi girl herself suspected the false- h I? The neighbors would rise and .-ry shame upon h-: husband ln-r hus band, who would readily have luld down , lis life f-.r iil-i Ood ana his people, ami he would have brought it on him. it was this conviction which now carried her mi her way. s.i could not have put her Intention lnt. words, but really i-iie grasped nt the i i-a of atonement which presented Itself, fancying that if he went to tend the sick wmnan n.i one I .it complain, ani that her nursing II ght i"ive tiie fllekeriiiK life. Then ln (a day or two she would really m on to ! her sister's At the I , ,r if the first cottage she n uii. I ...I the lrl h i hn-1 come tn her that iii'Tiilng. starliiK down the mal Rhe m k-in have been expecting the loo tor or watching him depart. Although ti . .tan- was 1 '! si t the road, ilr.au li ri .-.ii.-I t.. have put on an .-nspect of ti i-:t t irlornness, When Mrs Wood sp..ke. the (rlrl turned her foci without showinK any surprise. It was the nMer woman who tremble I How 1. the?" "Weaker," said the lrl laconically. Th tli.-r tui ned i- lie "lias ihe doctor been here?" "Ves." "I've come lo nurse her I hope vru won't nitnl. because I know a k-oo1 ,jeal ai 1 11 -1 ki ss, and you rnustt nave too inn li :-. ) nr hands. Perhaps I can -lo her some iion'l At any ra;.-. I'll trv." she a. I led humbly. "Yui knew who I am ' "Yes." sail the frlrl. half e! -iiiK- her . 1 1, .ml glancing at her tsit.r with what mlKht have be.-n In-Itfference or rontemtit. "Y'ou can come up If you'm lulu le 1 t" " She lei the nay, ollnihlnsr a ricketi staircase which led directly into a low room with on.- smnll win lew set deeply uni.-r an overhanging raggi 1 thatch The room fiit iieailf illy stuffy, nn u truckle tied beneath n gray counterpane ii' the sick woman h her side, gaunt and livid, the husband sat leaning forward, his arms reatliiK en his kn.es As the eurate'a wife came n.n usl- in he merely glanced at her w ti ui speaking The traiteilv of hi, 1 ss .,r tiis own Ill ness absorbed hi- fa utile, Bhe looked 1,11.1 I upon the untl ly, ri . Ulsl' . t ill;. and the -ii-iist n- cuuseil 'tokened her BO ll'lll she c..,--- 11 11 ... air, .-.-. If the I ii unon it 1 i I i hei ir m running sway Then lh. i ..iikt lm-1'iii-c iwayod in-' again and carried iir WhAl 1 m Rn ll3!??l'C' "(h'i pltfdsarvlntsufffarsths rhtumstto ti ths mosl sa ibis lerrlbls dlsaase steals upon its vltttm with thi lilbtlsl f n fobbar, not inly H'1'tt.rtnp ! n 1 bvlpleas but IsflletlDg tho most hi.inraM asonx nfcanthmush n llfatlma. The nortd '-i - ntiTwn a-tth distort ad, ctipplvd nm-lts from Ibis nislsdx, and why Hp'-mif v i' Isftlavs thai it mini ! dniitred sway, n lnls dmas vary ssldom citraorsl'ra avan lam 1-1 inr tt'ln '. in hs tut-niv tWO ft r our In- t-ni i.'ti hn" hwn ti" -ii ih- mark i-i ws hsvscnred mi it nn 1 luii many Ihmtpand suflsrvn from 111 11 stlsm nnd Ibartfora wotl know that 1 1 1 1 KiciTY Is Tin: remedy, and n luffsrars kite's wii.it l hts marvel loui ucni srlll do then would be no tlheu mattes whersaDr. HA2TDK24 II RCTltlC HI M -'tiht bo hmi. This bait Is ciuiipIHe iii-d osl batter) . atvltii soothlnc, sentti' FUrrautl Whlell hisln to allny pain bikI iwelllng from ths rtm hour uaad, snd savers eases ara often eared in a few days, it oasts but a triii. aot naxlect 10 InvastlfStS It ta ihruwltif healtti and bspi IllQSa away. IT. A I rAKDCN lar Sir: fjwt nmmor t was it.'!ih;t-d -a 1 r li 11. ."in,,. 1 k-in tn niv lrt 1 - 11 11.nl 1 vts unable to deep ;iihtrt. and uitar tkiti .ii-.il.-i.ii.il- medicine lor in month WlthpUl fin fjoo 1 itMUlt t a) plltsl your M''tbnl ih.- i-ffot w insflcsl, for alter a fear days' trtui the iitii n.i dlsnnpparwl, mil 1 have not been mmhiml Mure, l.i th--ai.ov" resson t cheerfully raoom mend ih bolt toallnbu arp Htifffrturc. Voora. ri-..fft Hilly. i;l.oi:.,i: IV. HAHMORR, l.vj ast hMint . (few York. . -,-, If-Mg - ThSSa Ilrlta rur t -r-" 1"" ' "v0 n ' 8 RhruBintlam, P - '.vn -q lMSabtas0 NrlHlIm, Blfelkto-tOksf le jpMliffl Ktdney 'ossplalatSi rUF- RleetHa H.i.prU...ry fOf mm lrr vlth nil hrlla. N. ii.- can possibly form an Idea of the wonder ful currents produced by thaw body battarles wlibnui fHniint"K. ilierforr, if you can, ah at ni ofrtrosnd scrand t't li not, our Illus trated boolj win it- fit ir. e, emledghj- mall.upon Bppttcutiou to Inventor and mauufacturar, !- A.T. ma Mi i-N, -.-(i D road way, V T. on UK Hill IU, h TUO; M'MiAVs, 10T0 1. Amusements. Dl nrII UttOAUWAY, naardOthst, Dt JUU. Ma-.iiprt Ved. hi .1 -nt. MARIE JANSEN 1 1 Ms. Ikinausb'.Buccenlui hstce, DELMONICO'S AT 6. 1 v t 'l III: rin-. i.ui 1 f.-r!.. 1. mm es. 1.. ter . iiiii'-k't Military t omedl Iirama, ROSEDALE. IMKl IVIil.l. II ITIMii II. II AY. Mil AVK IIIKATUK. II I. Miner. ti,t ftMiir. Ttiii-I week nl Carl .mi n... ., , i ., :. i 1 Kri-.il iHiiuht. r-mnker. 'LOVE'S EXTRACT." HARLEM OPERA-HOUSE. 'TfiSfiF THE BLACK CROOK. "AK!i!"AV Ni-,l week Tim Altli HAKItlllAX. CENTRAL OPERA-HOUSE MUSIC HAIL" lll.ll HI.. 1.1 ar .Id . . HiGHCLALS VAUDEVILLE y-SB I i linn iion.tiii. April V, iii I. TIIKIHH'N Mill M-.MlHll HA 1.1. A Nil AI," II A Mill. A COURT, li, A lilt I 1. .: 14th HI. THE MONSTER ORCHESTRION. I'lav, Kver- All.nnoii nu I Kvl-iiIiik. HI AMiAKIiTIIK.ATHK. Krp.H.ISI M.K -J 111 NKW LAUUHN IOH KAHTER. 7THM0NTHI CHARLEY'S AUNT. MAT1XBKB WKDNKHflAY kBATURDAY. AMliKKAN t.iniiti Mot. Baturdar? Iteewrved He.t,, iiroh. Ctrelesad Bsleoay. tA)c the Algerian. Next Week -I'eler IlslU-y " (.'"iiiury Hj,irt.-' pu Mn iiFtifA-iTtii-VK. " -ti Hnu Br'ssts. Ilatawea,stgatatfl fcVANH AMI llllll In A PARLOR MATCH. Rest Week-l ANN! IIAVK.N!'. lllTta I.A T'lM A .ml li.KiU'ATUA. NIRI fl'S Wulti-rhiiiilonl. I,e. An.i Mr. "SL.? The Rambler from Clare Miml.y Kv.. April 1 Hit Of. t'UII.11 I! I.l iPAQIIVn Evenlms. 8 15. Admls.lon IAOinU, Sat'y n.t. 2 00. SOc. LILLIAN KISS ELL m I.IH.III I I. Ilt.lt I , ACADEMY OK Ml'MIt'. 14llit. ft Inini PI. The Girl I KTpS.fS Left Behind Me. wHTA COLUMBUS THEATRE. m.uf,.V, a ' niDVCCr OIICCII Wi-lmwiluy MIIhm. . uAc ji nuooifl. i-., , ! ....-,. .-i. X. -II V,.k I III. li.Mfl l-ll MAIL. liAIIIUiN IHIA I If i.-i. Mot. Wed '.U JllUlj II lfrUuiniiKiiiiil living PleturM. BROAD WAY, f;'iA7?Jr.n,,. tn aii.! i i-i'lmMumnf (!' fieri fc illltiltil aswopara II OPIA I MII I I IK D'Oylj Parte' Loodou unera company. PROCTOR'S, mranbw i rv Acts 'in lH.vi-,iiieert,Jiiilii ;!'. .M .cootlu'a r a V'C J A UK- A. Ill II M. UALT O. lulil, ln-autiful pluy, .M.rT;.,. I SHORE ACRES. ntnnMANN o, Neon ton p. m. O Kit MAM A IIIH Ai UK. 1 1 - N I n 1 1 T. lilt rAWNiiu IKBB OF THS BAST MDt to the woman's slie. althnuRh she saw , Hint it was useless M sp- ak to her. "Is th-rt- anything we could eive i ! her?" sh-' asltsd her i.-.i-t m I He point --I tu u bottle. "There'll norm- ptuff the ilortor left. j but h.i can't swallow." Ills own voice wah hoarsa an. I raucous. To her It soundeil like the voice of ieMpair. Her. I heart H.ink lower as ihs bi-an to realize i her helplessness I All through the time that followed she I faneici the ilymir wonian's eyes, with ani awful I i ik In them, were tlxd en her de- epdlringly. Go where she would in the; room, tney overtook her .ml asked why ! nlie Mil llsh ui .re I h-r Ood ami her hu- i band. For a time she foUKht them with i ths iron strength of her will, but they were stronger, one by one they broke down her defenses an-i lef: her shudder ing. Yet II wan nlKht before she gave way alt .net her The fcirl had ifone 1 mi: si.iii-n. the mini was i-leepliiK. when Bhe fill upon her kn-e., by the bedside and cried ..ut plteousiy: "Oh. don't, don't urse me any more! He shall come to morrowl" Was It fancy that the eyes which !- 1 1 her brlirhtene-I? For a moment Bhe thuitflu so. nni yet to her own ears tv morrow sounded like a mockery. Wild dreams of rlyniK to fetch him were In her briln when a voles speaking to the girl bilow, a step m the creaking stair, I m ide her h-.irt Bt.ind still, her thin i hands nervously grasping each other, ani .is she was In tin shadow be did not 'at tlrst dlstiiiKUlsli her But as his eyes i realized who It was he stopped ln sheer amassment. I "Louisa!" Shi came out trembling and grasped t his arm. "Oh. John!" Bhe sobbed. What brought you? I thought you wet- at Pniinl.-gton." "You'll m ver truly, me." she said. ' disregarding. "They sent for you to I ioni here this morning, und l was I afraid to tell you." ! -Afraid?" , "liecause of the Infection and the chll- i dren I salt you were away, and then then 1 Krew so iiitseruble. thinking what I ihey niinht say of you If they found ; out that It was a lie. that 1 couldn't rest I funded I might come and d . inething to make up by nursing her. ! but I haven't. John, Jon'l be too angry ! I 1 never be so distrustful attain." He made no answer lo her appeal. I but put lier gently on one side an I stepped forward t the sick woman, WOO I iv mure quiet. When he knell ii i prayed tlure wis u new- fervpr, ,i USW I- mlTiu-ss In lis 1 r voice. The I I ir: had come up. the man rolli i 111... bed uirt Stood wlih his y,s llxeli on hi wife's ssben tse The .ih.r wif( had iu-r face l.urlnl In her hir.df. rrcsrnll. her husband luuchtd her on the .'..ouiuer. i lt -..-..a.w.-.i.., .... . I... i,,M-,fJBJ Amusements. jt TOST PstSlOH'S" itim SUfiDAY, APSIL I. I8H I'ltlllll'Tt.V AT IS (.'CLOCK, The I I lit M'l i I MTV CI.UII ( THE WORLD'S BREAD FIILI A msiclileu array of talent in lb. following agin e.ilalle(l prograRiBsfi I'AltT I. 1 MIL llt'Y M-ANIUVU .... rteelutloSgB - HonaW Mliii'l. . Jennie. Kmmle.) mi Ni i : i ' !:k; ii ... Hneggal a Till. Hm. i It, iikii li! Kits. ilrrroiZs ' " lm ill.lML r. mii HAititv (iii.Fnri.i:..whi.tiingMksaa I, MISMJli , VI i. NASSAU SoSa! 7. Mlssi Altl ni A lll.uMHN Hosital H. MISS IIIII, Mii.lc.il aSB II. MIL I UN S l-AM'tlll ToptcalBVlsjal la Miss isaiiki.i ,i:t -um ii art J. HosaS I'Altl II. I. Miss ANNII-: llAltr i linrncierRoeSJaS i. Ml-AVOYnnil MAY CoUlqoB . I Hill :ill I Jele. I :i. miss riNii ' ..ni i. .JMagTaS 4 Ml-H A.N.SA I, , , ,i j ' lllihlg .MIL II Mil ', . I' Hi I ftel'ihm, B Miss vH-i-H-.Y IIATKMAN H.-rltntloav-, II. MISS 1.1111 ll'.l.ll UN SOSlin " Vl ':i:i:i I '.I, i - roinleselrrtlea,.; H Ml--, llh-sIK lll.l.l.WIKJK (,'limdj tl Ml'. .1. W Li- I. I.Y I le- Helium' Mill MsSS IU. P1UI1. UsIKN HI .,!. In..; Views. I le r' uriio announced will fl , ith in-'ii. : iippim. i hi. i. . at B ',",,. i n ..iii-iliine i. our of lh. Elite ,j . speei. ,lt i int. n LMitcrtnlam.nts. ' A trln.it he.vltlrul j-nuiiu lurile,-MI KaltgsSl Shntwi-ll. Ml, llulfi rarpenter. MIm Lillian Ijiwreme mMsted l,y llnlir I II l.liih- Ituhy aegtl M-lei U'nltl ' I .linker, will he'lu ,r i-niUnco li present 1 1... i . floners to :..dy TlsltoiK Artistic Pom i mi r tile iK-cAiliin, PARK THEATRE. II-wn. Hiul 33th st. Mat,. Tuesday sad Frtdaavj COSGROVE & GRANT'S COMEDIAIM tn the orlb'tnal lugh rroducra THE DAZZLER Joe Ott. Annie Lewis,! AL HART, FRANK WARD, JOHN CUBISM AND A t'APARLK WMPANYjlBJ 1 till slltl i r TIIKATItf, nnwOtheeS 1 T. ".'.". Mi ""... nml 1. I n.i ii.ii, ,,: II. M,,, nil H'raL'iuillqu.Oa,. ' 1 I ( II I I N K . in n --eni lunli, i i lie-tl.ui .1 Ilenilrlelt ttllllaisguj Nl Week I I.AKA MHHHI& H roEN MoaEE-iXSSsD k HllltlJI IN WAX. tlltAM) fONt'KRTa AND B VAt IIKVII.I.E I'KRKOIlMANCIOi AI: I. ..II .Mill li.l.., fKle. j KvjgJ Alin " i ill Ai III-., il' way Cor. !asu B I.M ulli: nnt H. Mnlini-" Snlnplny at U. , M. Mnllliel-'-llllv, Mine. M'l.'en.l. WSlMC V M.tuiee in -ii.,v. IIKItNANL Thi. eveniaekfl 'r I 1 I ' I III 'I. IT i-.Mie. . gl.OJ, S1.0O. Etfl M Ia .v.nlns, It.'Y mis M PEOPLE'S !,VU,,NKR.sJI LAND T'.7;. MIDNIGHT SUN. M I- WKKK IlI.lK JKANSBBJ lIAI'ltKlAN's TltK.VitlK, M. W. Ilanl.v.ktfjflj i-fclA PAULIHF HAIL cs I Thwsyentiigt Mytiif Hhrgp Njg'tL Tin: i ood sHoWim I.KMIX I.Yi I i M Mn'.liiui Are. Ai .-.Ot U 8t J AflmlMMlon '-. eeiitN. .n-n I to tO.UO P.Ms OB LI.UH1.S li--NlllHi! BIG SHOWTO-NIGHW QAOTdD'O I j Mi.i.Y Tn-N-mmaSS rfll) M II It-K-rs 1:1... Wuni ft Vakrai IMUIUII U. .. ,,, ,, ..,,, M, AvnykMJijBBJ IUPFRIM Mlsi Mill M.I-i. MoS llgrcnisL H'wiivniid JlltliHt. I Th-ii. ftB. LHlN JL'AN I'.Hili - en' .-Kllei j ninl Vsufl.rltle ATLANTIC HAllIi! N .V.--4 R m.rr. KTetoS Kvetilini i inieert met YnitiliYtlle pe r f orrasiMSgJ H Wurld's Fair ni -i in i. On-liustrlnn pluy, only ol A. M. till It P. M. Snii.l.) Sliitlnec. H IKS IM. ri 11 li I III A I IU.. Kve rh. i.vicaSJI WKKK si a Ki II -lii'nil. 18B4. s.iurilui Mntlr.ee. I'le .erllleheii V'.r.atfMgag kv. iilht- SI;;r. i eiin. .1 ut Dr. KISUS. B Brooklyn Amusements. Frederick De Belleville in lloodmin BlUgf Matinee, t inns.!,, y and Saturday. S Kl si US Kli Mitlii iV. . 00c. 70a bh.A'1-s. i Mui iiiiieon -iv-. : urca.atffa,ggj N.,l W. ek-liAHKI'.si ItUMBtA. ntoVial UULUrflfllA, Proprietors. Ks-ery Krcnlna 5I.tln, SVea. .ndass, J Sa THE BOSTONIANST I UBiNU OI-KHA-HOl'HK. Matinee sunir.luv only. a CLARA MORRIS 38mi lo- Nljjht-RKNKK. r JB AMPHION. Troprfl .ii.l r.VI il. MATINKK -AT. OSUIaal MK. K. H. 8QTHBRM.I OTAD WullerSfiniord.iiiul.L.w.lllsaBl O I Mn. l-Kl. l.s 1.', 1. ilS.ndoOaH -li. i . i .1 k,.-,-i , .; bau at JSc. MeutS"a, The Still AlBifjB I ml. SINN'S NKW PARK 11IKATRB. , Blbl, Wimk-M&U. Wed. ft Hat . AS LUE JEAN? rtinitlr V tei S.ntord, Lessee .ml Wgfl hlnPIKp ''"- '" i--. :& o ! L III I III L IHTi.iHKl Itiservw SMOS M ! Robert Giyiar in Sport McAtlisttf. qm "On down," he said. "I will eogjl presently." jB before hn 1 she been afraUtfl him. Lilt his voice sounded Ilka the vejfl f a juUc ani s'i.. .aid to herself $ he could not forgive her for having kfl him ass. iv until it was too late, und OM did not d.-re 'lis. hey. She stood mlasjl aliv .it tt-.e up, ii door, looking out UB the luin- nnd it tin- iikIii swaying of a tiees against a wind-swept sky. and j Seemed hours before be Joined her thagfl "She is gone," he said quietly. fl "God forKiS' me," she returned wltkX shudder. 9 "Don't you think you had better gj and se.- i: u n. is unytlilni; you can 9 for them?" M "Oh. I enn't." she cried mvoluntarlgj but the n -t in .in-iit .he had left tl elde nnd was climbing the stairs. Wm .-le ime lown tbe two W9SS1 silently out into the lane. It was she srfl spoke tirst Sou n.-ed not be afraMa she s.iii. i sii ill never forgive mysgH Then, as he ii'l not answer, she pel question, "John, how did you bearrV V "They told me In the village this nggSl Iiik that th. i, .'..la serious Illness at 4UH in -i'ii B "S"s; but. of cnurse If I had 1st Xjffl know that in sseiiK.'r had come to CaSJ ou. sou sv mii not have waited," 3 t ..'.'I ramp pretty soon." M "This evening I know, but too lata M that i-sor soul to s.i what was waalSI t)h. it w.is ire. i If ul nf ire! Nothing O you can s.iv Is too bad." fi "It was not like you, 1 ml. happily, did not ni . ter to her. for I walked hea directly after dinner. 1 did not tell m m !..'. I .' k-"inir beeiu",' you arei e.islly frlKiileueil .ihout liitectlon.' 9 sh.- st i, i .,11.1 h. M l-.im tragi SJaSl sv i t ii lut.-i li in N "You have bean aSJ b, fore ta- i.iy'.'" fi h. iii sou no: know? Did thai not tell .sou'" lie ask I 111 surprise. , m i lohn. I thougngS wis iii 1 ! n't ur,i rst.mrt there rrB us liunerliig to saaf'Sj I "Ah. ys. I'oor wnii. in' They had bH one other lad. art he his c T.e to soaoS supple sli knew more almut the deasj ill.- hiii mm r ho.ys taao UH I'li.'l, f.r si" ''i- le n enlilng OUtBrH 1. 1 1.1 ill lis nu mere was no pagjol bilitv of m-tlini; at llllll " gi fth drew a long bn-uth of relief. J v. i mesAl SrSSia v. u .-1. i ni 1 1 is .nice to wall Vni sou i. ii i.i; win ii yuu sgJBJ elf i nnlngtanr' M "Yes tint lei. I I am j .llllltllll 1 ' flfl She in., silent, thou cried out sal I'ii- . .'M en! I nni nitre f .jH sour lioihts whl you got h -me Ob. John, hot cog n. i: ' ' vni.' And I not tkaSJ t . ifter in i.r."- Fraiieca Mir igtgS In Qjcen. S atOlaaaaaaavaaayBsl JH