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. TTIT-. WOULDj THUKBDAY VMNG. APRi!, ft IffiJ e MANY ARE WILLING. Candidates if a Bi-Partisan Police Commission Is Created. Martin or Sheehan Would Not Ob ject to Being Retained. IIIIIiuIIiiikI. Ilrookflelil and Other Republican Poiilbtltttet. There i.i now a prospect that the 1 rartifiiti Police bill, which has passed the Senate at Albany, win pass the ,s- sambly also, and there Is a great di il 0f si e ulatlon as to the probable sue Cfisors of the pri sent Hoard of Police Commissioners if It becomes a law. That the Mayor will select practical politicians who will look uft?r the in terests of party followers here Is no douht I" the minds o; those familiar with the situation, a.id therefore they do not name any "outsiders" In their selections, it is the i.vowed purpore ol the promoters of the measure to retire the present Commissioners, whose mal odorous administration has furnished the grounds for reform legislation. ioi ullhsti. tiding the (food intentions of the Legislature In resp-jot to turning out the existing Hoard, the belief among the ma.-hine j-olltirlnns Is that One of the present Comm'se cmcrs mux be retained They say it win i. either Martin or Sheehan. Home Who are less dis.-r mii.a-.iiiK pro fess to relieve that the Mayor will also r.-.. I ...I Mr Mcl'inve as a Hepuhllran. Aitno igh claiming to he a Republican ll.. law has been a good Tammany man so far as supporting ihe two T..tri many i ommlssloners is concerned and It is not thought that the Mayor wou d disregard the intention of the law bv reappointing McCiave. ' K.'f i'.'T. C.2!.Ce, ls lh""'11 Martin and 5in , ; i. u , USH uf Tammany Hall Will most likely try to Ret rid of his rival Martin. Martin's retirement from the Board would not stay his ambition tu sunp.ant i roker. but it would strip nun or the power and prominence he gains as a Police Commissioner. J.' I & ,Mll"ollan.l. Platfs chief lieu-: tenant in disorganising the local Remib li'.ins. Is a hot favorite for one of the Iv!,'ks1., . ls '" very combination. J i ,him. ' mentioned William Brook-1 II; M. t halrnian of the Republican State l iiimlttee, a supporter of the Antl . ,.! movi',m,'nt. but personally friendly t l'latt. Mr. Brookfleld is a Republican ho knows no politics except .bit v to his party and loyalty to his friends. Ills Republicanism Is unquestioned and his selection would unqestionably have the fPEPTS ,of. ,,0,h Republican factions. If 1 latt Is looking for that kind of a man, the politicians say, he couldn't Im prove on Brookfleld. Sen. Michael Rerwln. internal rtev-1 enue Collector, who will soon be out of a politic tl Job. and leader of the l'latt farces in th s Twenty-eighth District, is tutored in the race. Henry Grnsse's friends think that his '' "'Ices to l'latt as assistant counsel in the Police Investigation should entitle him to a Commisslonership. Then then Is a possibility for Tammany to take car.' 0' Boljn H. Smith, If he can make terms Willi Piatt by making him a Commis si ... r and appointing a Tammanylte to su c ed him as Police Justice Ex-Postmaster Cornelius 'an Cott ex Justlce Charles A. Flammer and ex Candidate Charles H. Murray, who have read Tlatt out of the party, don't wanl to be overlooked. They belong to the Committee of Thirty faction No one win off. r odds, however, that either of them would not be reconciled to the boss it honored with the appointment as Police Commissioner. It Is assumed that Piatt Will nime the two Republicans, and therefor.- Piatt must I..- consulted in regard to th.-m, an.l ot Mayor Ollroy, wno will conlirm the n imln it.on. Tammany Leader John Iteilly. a claim ant ..r long standing for a Police Com misslonership, is a candidate for Ihe new Police Board. Other Tammany in. n mentioned are William Pitt Mitchell, ex-Assemblyman Joseph Qordon. ex Bherlff Join J. Herman. Auctioneer El Kearney. ex-Senator D.orge v. Phin Kltt, Police Justice Thomas I.. Feitner mil ex-1'..llce Justice Henry Murray. Trne IM.Ilnntriropy. (Frum the New York Weekly.) Eastern Man (In the West) Who la ! that fine looking old gentleman? Western Host He is a man who has made thousands happy. "A great philanthropist. I presume." "That's about it. He Is the most tender-hearted Judge In our divorce court." i ...otiiii Bvente. Posrtn annual rlo.ln exerelnei nf the W.impn'a 1, -, . i ,. r.f th,. li.iverKtty of Ihe City of N.w i Mrnealsaohs Olee cu.t.. lit West Fortlsta a-.... this evening. Stir MrfOrmanee for the benefit of the St. IfMtliu Athletic n.i Social Club tin rv.nins; ' Iterk. -. Lyceum, 13 un.1 21 West t'orty-fumta it... impanjr h Twenty-aeronn HeBlment. vaufle Mli .rialnnn.it Saturilay evenlnK at Ihe nr e r I ilxt) wvontb atreet and boulevard Anions U I pasta will he Hottentots, laldwln and I'.i. tlarenport brotbara, l.eimore. dilators and ' ii I sparrow, Three Renos, Itengler aisi.ra ai. I Ward an.l llrown .. ! inn '..1 hall of Ihe Roval Revrr Ple'iaure ylq ; olio H..M lt6 Clinton street. Satur- Jaj cvanlns Th. ofheers are: It. ti Sucker. Pretl eot i ,r ',K Vice-President: F.ed Iriah. Tr.-.ta-law l-i -, i i ...r.-a.v. liui ltusxeil. It.-...rl-l -' -.,. . Voxel, Kin-i.i ...I Secretary; J. liven hi Marshall a. Bpb, Borgsant-st-Anasi Ban HaSaar, Ma cot. ABRAHAM LEVY IN MARBLE. Hnst of the Toni.ilinvrk'a President to lie (.lien in the Club. A marble bust of Lawyer Abraham Levy, President of the Tomahawk Club, the Tammany social organisation of the Diamond Hack Twenty-first IHstrict, will be presented to tne Club by a number or mi i.cyys admiring frien is mi Salurdav night. Through Mr. Levy's ef forts the club has grown to be one of tne largest .m.) most inllui-ntlal of the I annually annexes. ; mimA h iff ADRAHAU LBVY. ' After the presentation and speeches at the club-house. 54 East Seventy-ninth street, there will be a vaudeville enter tainment by professionals. a general invHatlnii has been extended to the poll th lans of the city to be present. Mr Levy Is popular among the politi cians because he Is not an office-seeker, A Dl Leva, of the Pulitzer Hull ling. is the sculptor. Mis work does justice to Mr. Levy and to himself as an arilst. TO WAGE WAR ON ASTOR. Property Owners win ihmcum. the Mni, i.- nt To-Nlgtht'a ii. .-ii. .u. Property - owners In the vicinity of Sixty-fifth street and Madison avenue Will hold n meeting to-night at the resi dence of A. M. Palmer. 26 East Sixty fifth street. They will discuss what legal measures can be taken to prevent John Jacob Astor from building his sta ble at the corner of SIxty-llfth street and Fifth avenue. The call for the meeting was signed by A. M. Palmer. Frank Rusaak, Ir Hub bard W. Mitchell and lir H. Sachs In the opinion of a prominent lawyer, Mr Astor could tie enjoined from building a siable on the grounds that the noise of the horses would interfile with the services 111 the Synagogue adjoining, This move win t- discussed at to night's meeting, and the Committee it is said, will try to secure the interfer ence of the Hoard of Health. NEW HOSPITAL BUILDING. I A ll.c.i.il.,1, In It Tills Afternoon by the PoNt-fJriiiliiutpia. The Directors of the Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital will hold an informal reception from 4 until 6 o'clock this afternoon in the new building at Second avenue and Twentieth street, which Is about to be opened for the purpose of m.-dlcal instruction and the care of the sick The building will be thrown open for the purpose if giving the invited guests a thorough Idea of the plan and scope of the institution. The following are the directors: D. H. St. John Roosa, Andrew 11. Smith. L. liolton Hangs. Hache McEvers Emmet, Jam.-s I.. Sklllin. c.arence C. Rice, George H. Fox, Seneca V. Powell, Henry H. Rogers, IlnMlnesn Improvlns;. (From the New York Weekly.) Jlmson Any change for the better in your line of business? Bllson Y-e-S, It's been several weeks since we've had a bill collector starve to death. P0YAl POWDER Absolutely Pure. A erea.a o( tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength, iMt'A tmd sYotes Cfoorrnmsnl rbod Hri. Royal Hi kin., powder Co. ,106 wall at. , n. y. A MYSTERIOUS SOCIETY. The Means Taken by a Stem Parent to Help J I is Son. It was a dreary, raw. March day. nnd ' slow, steady rain was falling. A c.1.1 east slnd was asweep. shrieking, moan Wg and sighing as It went thr-nigh the streela and alleys, rising and falling by 1lf.il turns. Within a cosy room an old man sat lslnii recently nt the tire that burned '' I I) In an open grate. His head "ted .... his hand an.l his whole attl tilde u,.s iiiat of dc.-p thoughtfulniss A long time he remained in the same f Position, only varying the monotony of I Breathing ;,v giving vent to an occa sional sigh. Then Ii- was su I.K-nly aroused by a i "-"i.l r ..j lls ,.u(,r ji,. listen. I, and, tier the laps of a moment heard the ii JP repeoti i He arose and went to the d" ' Hid . - .I It. A small, poorly .!ihed l.ii siumi before him, shivering Wth th, tvt-t and the cold. The two k at each other a moment In silence ' '' then Ihe buy spoke with some h-Bltll- ". .s if undecided whether it were Mtcr to speak or not. Xh father Is very sick," he began, In I We have no money to buy food and taedkine, and and 1 don't know what ' ire toing to do." The ill mun frowned and his features a"rk. n,-,i ani i,ar,i,., ,,., anj when, he, ewered his voice was cold and stern. W'M." he said, "what Is that to me'.'" NK father Is jour son," the boy ro- L' valuing u little courave as lu- pro "d. "and you surelj"- e "No, he ain't my son," the old man In terrupted. "I told him years ago that he was no longer anything to me, and that I would never again have anything to do with him " "But, grandfather, he ia sick," the boy urg. d. "What is that to me? Am I responsi ble for his sickness? Is it my business thai he Is In want? Why do you come to me for h.lp. eh? Why don't you go to other pei'I'li "Because other people are i.olhing to US and v. hi are." I'm not," I tell you I said I'd never have anything to do with Bafe Andrews and I keep my word. He's not m. son and h.-'s nothing i" no and I don't want him to si n l you here ag tin " "He .11 In'l send me." "11,- .ii in i" Wh . lid. then?" "My mother." "(ill, your mother, eh?" "Yes. sir. but she sent me on my father's account, nn 1 ens wouldn't have sent me on her wn for ihe world Father tried to keep her from lending, an.l told ii. r It wou U n't do mv good, but she said she fell sure you would ail him if you knew he wis si. k. because ah. could DOI believe thai you were unfeel ing." "She said that, did she?" "Yes sir and I uersauded father to let me come, and I told him I wasn't afraid of vau, beCIUM J -u W m "nd-1 lather." NO REMEDY FOR "STIBITI5." The Peouliar Malady Which Carries Off Drama Horoines. Chance for Pantomime Discussion Other Theatrical News. stagiii-. is the name given bj a very brigin humorist not Jerome K, Jorom. -to the fearful malady from which so many stage heroines die on the stage, week nfter w.-.-u, and year after year " The peculiarly of It Is," says till tloni.,ii, " tii.ii when th,- heroine in loomed to die from It, In the centre ... the stage, in. I.,. i- ever thinks of sen ling for me n.al assist in, c. The bystanders appear t,, regard it as a fatality will i there Is no use resisting And, Indei I, th.-y nr,- right, fi-r wh. n the dramatist ,; ns hi heroine t.. die die she nnisi It may be thai she h.is tnk. n a little poison, but i, ibo Ij .in ..ins of u iiiiinis tering an cm. tic, ,,t of sending r.r n Btomtieh pump. They nil st.nM around in .. reverential oi awe-struck annul . in. (il a liitle j. il, in the system of th moribund om i lalms ilm stnglils has .ion,, us tun work. . .f course, there is an excuse for the playwright. The stomach pomp woul 1 lie an obje Hon able in,-, ii in, .a ,n,-, i " Even J i-ph Arthur. William Haworlh or Sou. .ii ane would fine Insuperable difficulties In the wnj ..I . iKtlng .. glamour of pot t: .11.0111. 1 It. 'lb. ii Here are no mala di.s- i. ut heart disease and consumption that can be offered to a modern audience. Measles or scarlet fever or diphtheria Is distinctly undramutlc. sea The production of "Cinderella." the London pantomime, at Abbe) s Theatre, April a, lias evoked tnti. Ii discussion on il..- fai. of former English pantomimes in this city. An English writer leclares that the first I... in Ion pantomime ever pr. seated in tins country was staged In 183 In New York City, A company of Pantomlmlsta was sent over from Eng land, among them E J. I'arsloe, as clown; Cay. as Harlequin; Louise John son, as Columbine, ami Sonas. as Pan taloon. The pantomime was called " Mother Goose," and It was a falluie Now, here's a chance for the historian or the scrap-book lb-n-1 to step In and contradict all this with volleys of supe rior Infoi ma'.lon. A funny Incident occurred at the end of the second act of "Olrofle-airofla" at the Casino Mon.iuy night. The entire com pany, Including principals, chorus and ballet, had ended their grand Teipslcho-r.-an llnale, and had already assumed statues. iue poses, wh.-n it was discovered that one eul of the bifurcated curtain had become entangled In the wings and refused to budge. The seconds were pro longed to over a minute, and every one In the company felt uneasy Miss Hus sell was convulsed with laughter, while lllgby Hell, whose back was turned to the audience, was about to walk off the stage, wh. n he discovered the pr ln.. nient. With great presence of mind In began to dance vigorously, and did not Stop until the contumacious end of the curtain was disentangled an.l lowered. The Breeklnrldge-Pollard case has al rendy reached the stag.- its comic and not Its tragic side. Hallen and Hart In troduce a aklt on the subject Into their farce-comedy, "The ilea." and call the skit, simply but pleasantly, "Madeline and Willie." a a The eminent American actress Go. Won-Oo-Mohawk continues her conquest of England. Here she wits a great favor ite In Peterson, N. J. She has had her picture printed in a leading dramatic puper, an.l lias been Interviewed Just as seriously as though she were Ellen Terry or aheml May Vohe. she says heaps or pretty things. Bhe loves dear Eng land and the dear English, just as the dear English love .bar America as soon as they reach Stat, n Island, "it was the dream of my life." said Mile. Mo hawk, while th- Indian tens rush-. I down her cheeks, "to look upon this country, with Its landmarks of history, ol which I read so much In mv early youth. Go-Won-.lo must have "don.- a crowd of reading when she was a little chubby, tinted lasa. see Corlnne, who has now ceased to be fourteen yenrs of age, though she clung mist pertinaciously and continuously to that era of halcyon juvenility, la going to leave burlesque ami appear in the legitimate. She Is un ambitious young woman, with plenty nf money to be spent on the gratification of her ambi tion. Hi-fore golnr Into the legitimate, she will play an engagement next reason at the Star Theatre. That's promotion. Miss Isador rtiuh. Roland Reed's lead ing lady, has a soul above advertising cigarettes and corseis an.l cosmetics ana hair dyes. She has lenl her name to a new mining company in Denver, and permits her portrait to adorn th.- shares That's something Lillian Russell hasn't done yet. The metropolitan actors now in the stock company at Denver seem to be hav ing a good time, though, when exiled from home, splendor- according to Paul daz zles in vain. One of them writes. "We have a ltlalto here that is hard to beat. ActorB an.l actresses are thicker than one would believe out In this city of the plains." In the stock company are The odore M. Brown, Mabel Amber, C. I le Bennett, James Neill and J. Herbert Leonard. The rowdy ball at Tammany Hall, that ended so disastrously Monday night, was largely adv. ills, d by gaudy pictures of Lillian Russell, Really, Big, Giovanni i'er.iginl. this should be your cue. You should step forward and "Hut I ain't your grandfather; I tell you 1 ain't anything to any of you." The old man's voice was still cold and harsh, but there was a trace of softem I light on Ins face, though he continued to frown and glower. "We may not b. anything to you," the boy said, "but you are something to us. In spite of all you can say and do you are rny father's father and my grandfather and we can like you e n if you don't want us to. But we di n't want any help from you now. I , .. father wouldn't have it aft-r you have said what j -u have .;. ... ; . Oeorge Andrews turned ami w ilked mi' . I the houi with the dignity il .. man. Hi- gran.lfath r, surprised at his abrupt departure, st .od looking after him ns lie ti i U-. d down tin sti el thr... igh the rain. Two or thr. times the old man was i.n Hi. p. Im ol call ing him ba. k. hut. shutting his lips tight t. g. iii i. i. main. I llent. u lo n the bos ha 1 turne 1 a i orn. r ..ii I dlsappi ared from view, the ... I man closed ihe door nn I retui n. ! tn his . n , fore the fire A loi while he s .1 then in his favorite thoughtful ni'-i-tule while his mini drifted i.-.-ii from one event to mother uni.l h reached the time whi n hli son hn I been a ...y so much like the lad who had just left him. , .... , "p or Iti.fe"' he murmured, si k and in van' and they though) l would h,-i him. Bhe thought I could i lb. ,:,,.', j,,,... a. ihe has tho least reus, n Df anybody I the world f r tin ik "- ,;,, poor womnn! Pool ll if. in I i ; u children: 1 wish I could all til' tn. I I I . an'i without lireakl iy 'or I ni d showing them in; ' .....' a. V ;- firm with them nnd d what I wild I would d Yet 1 wish- I almost wish I could recall my woi i That is a i.n.. manly boy and he su 1 in, t Ilk. d mi Ves, 1 w :-i. i . ...od . ! then, but i must be firm Th.-y would laugh at me it I were not." Th.- old until relapsed Into silence, but someh iw the snug, warm r i bad lost Its air of c nifoi t. and the lire, though It burned brlgntiy in the grate, waa no longer cheery An hour or more pass. I mid then he arose and paced the floor restlessly for several minutes. After awhile however, he came ta a sudden halt an.l his face lighted up and some th nar very like a smile came to his lips. I have 11." he Mild, speaking lo him self "It Is the wry thing an 1 I'll do ll " The light an hia lace brouduin. i and mamm . SSSaS-MSJSjMSjJSSjSBJJSJSB heroically derend the portraits of your we- wide . . . Think of Ihll after you have read It in saucer-eyed wonder; The eont worn . by the L. Ch tmberlnl I In . i ip I ! Limited," at th. llroadw .. Then. . was nine really Itsi I by I. .1 .'anno: ton al a genuine roj i draw Ing-ro. i Th.it . ' ii d il! The vest, cut In cloth fr un win, Ii Hi , . al of i he Field I Marshnl In the so. nnd ... I was h lone I wei i in n. ike i sum if el it lies f. r H. 11. II the I'n f W . , There I Is oi;.. I hnis p" lith ,-l ..ecu , lib "H Ihls ,., i. Mi, p i ,j hiiv, hn i end i . ..... I . .i but . ;ni. 1 1 ,,u i rial In i, ... j fluid llni i II immel i. In m - ; I . "Y hi ma; be Int. n i l ". in it i' .. i. suit ..r our : mi '. .'" . enl '. i-di n matliu e tint. ! h Mr lliiuiln lit al i ti . ' dunibii riientn .... v lis a.:.. Cnrieiiter w. i , pui to - rl n i. im i .. ' i ufl a corn i .. iln ;. lib ry, w here hen after, oti v ... ..l.ii. i Hi musicians all P. i I el glVlilM UP ' il I .1--- - I -.ll- 1.1 " au!1. in i I'll , III. i'n l.i.i p. .1,1.1 a, ; ; . ites this inuovutl i IN THE WGRLO OF LABOR. Ii -i v :!,-. i . ', N i It ! i i : p. -a nifint t rs !iif in nMi I. .- tl -. - nl -".I K nf 1 llllon ..! 1 i : , i h i nit i i - i" i i v.i,--. ni Villi r I ml ! I n ' ' ' ' - c m I ' n -j n-tl - .' 1 1 . r m . i w ktm rniuii Ni i .' Th '-" ! mi V I 'i'; n t.f i i i tl ' : I I ' !', I; .1 I . (hit '- I ; ',ll J 1 I i: I. .' r 1: tin ' i' i T.i ih utrlkiim "IIV wnvfi f w n -k II 11 idi n ' ni) 1 &t ll w orhi - :vtx rni BtHirtj hit . r. .'ii t. I H 1 M K t - I III 1 S '" ' ' I f - ' 'I nrvi 'i 1 int i(a w- k iv 1 ; .11 1 '.1 l . 1 '! ituiM.iv, Vprtl it M ivitnlllftti Wildi r, 11. K iii'-r Wiin lr1 h 1; Hthult ni 1: . ii 1 av9 1 n tl hi trulri . f r- mil , rh - 1 n n s r nr M ik- m 1 in - N in h 1 1 W la nih. Fliiitn 1.1I Si rrir A I .Inn A Ii i, Trri.n. J I. . r. J I MM I, I. M hr.nhIR. Au lltoli, Tht .tilCMfitOT nf N I WO 11 im H!kini; rti'lp Hit. ..f tho lo.il lo1;--s f Hi.- :m'. m il 1 S " i' tv t i;ir nli rs ni I .1 n r . .1 im t i.ri.iii-; rat I miid mm nnd irlvntlila nr i r. ill tltiR Hi.tt el irlrlly iil Dtitlr)) t-m i . ! Bt mii in iti ' operation -f rtllrotili ninn the tiexi ten j eart, Jamvi Mnriin In the tn wl . -i- t. i hi ' i f Dlvltlon So I. of tho Order nr niiwn) i.'.. rtphert mi. I K B UNI I land ha.t i n in i i. reiury PomtnltalADtr J r MenonotU, of the Niw Jeraoy it-ri nl Ari Itrath ti i n--' raring fi tn his re nt tiinPHH ba i I n uffcrlng fr im pneumonia t'nt'in brlrkUyera mi their fliiht ftir 4U eenti an hour .'ii ih-- Joba ot Contractor llynn un I houten in Pateraon, N. J. Ihu rttnke nt Si .i ''-I lull in Htm nn Rvery tin mine In thu country le owned t-y Urituh. capiutlata, an I HO.noo.ooo arret of Amer ican 'H belong t.. n n-real dent aiu-nt- Aloxander Junat and Daniel Da lying will apeak ui ii the fl'it'Ji l of "The Mum li.il it I rttlw ttii-i tho rnvmployttT at i Last Kourth atreet thin e t-nlnK The building trH-lfs aertlon of th- Pentral lalmr Union n- -i. -I .!'! in i.i i h ( , r ; u from I'm givtiHt.e Paint era' Cnlon Ko i and the Ulldera' ! f nl i. Th offlcera aleeted by tho HlunatnnQ Cuttera on I KliiRKirs' Bocltty urt- Joaeph linmi Ii. i dent; J McCarthy, Vlee-Prealdenl M I. i Kin. in-ml s. retary: h Iteardnn !: irdlng Hi rttary; I. Perry, TrcnPiir.-r. M Uanagan s. i K'.iiil at- rms A. Si. -wan, C. Klin!-, rt. I'aiil.k MiTaii. Truateet, Walking Delegate Pratt, of the Tin and Rheet 1 Ir.m Workera' Union, reported to the r.uilliiitf Tm.Ii'p Seetlon f the Central Lobnr ln n lnl ni:lit thai the strike at liniis A tlefighan'a ahnp Ir. i-itll ..n An dttt-mpt hud I n made ni t , delegate to fill tha plarea of Ihe atrlkera with union ini-n fr.iin nn.nkhii. but whi-n the atnte '.f affalra u explalnud t iu- nan man iii . rt tu" tn K'l I" Wl'TR. Th- iint..n plaaterert ara engaged In a move miMit lo get Si f.'r .-IkiiI houm' work H erontng they win meet at Itrevooru Hall, Kn fourth atreet, between Third and Lexlngi n nvi nui t- make arrangementa for a general atrlke if tha boaaea anould refitta t" (tram their de mand A Lord & Co Informe! their i iat m that th'-y will ni longer Import '! iratfoni fr. ti Rurope, and that only union men win be em pit yed The Brotherhood carpentera who were com nelled to atop work l tha IToard of Walking ll legate! won- paid tl ( r day veatenlay by the offl--ts of thoii- union Tho aaeemlited iti-d.i) at Paul Wltalg'a n.iii U Raat r nr ii atreel P, .1 m 'inn. Hugh McKa) and B J Kant, of in. General Executive Board of tt, Br therl I are mill in tills city, and they will agatn ronfer with the ftnard "f Walking DTtwlaa to effect .. (W'lili-mint of i ' re n 1 1 1 n r dllTeri i i Thf Hull. line Tradfa Btollon f th.. Central I.Himr I'nl'-n deel t'-d yetterday it nun n -t In fav.ir of tin organisation of a Natl nnl Build nn Tradea Council, as auggeati l i i. Natl 'i Marble Workera t nlon tit its latt Convanth n The delegates thought a National Counrll would ba loo unwieldy, and that there wna no1 en gh i-r.uiiiHi.iritn .nn : t; tne omi'iiuK ira ie w. 1 1 ni n i.f thf countf in fnor of nm-h a pmject A f w of thf delegatea favored a State Building Trad Council, if. however, then ahould ime a tlma wht-n the Imll'llnR workmen of thf count r) abonld tee th-1 nacettlty "f banding together In a Na tional Union for the furtherance -f their i mn a Inti-rfsts th-y declared they would be quite win Inic to tnk- thf initiative In forming aucb an organisation Delegatt FitzgiralJ tnnoun i i that n-'t Wednetday h. would read a paper thawing why an Itidepen-lent 1titldlng tral-it QOUttcll thnuld be formed in thin city. To Reatrlct ImnilKrnl Ion. Immlnratlon Reatrlct Ion Cluh Ko 1 1 makliin a determined tflaort to organ tsa tl a oppoaltlon to tho ftutvia (.f undwtrgbla Immlgrantt frcm Europe. The Club win bold another public meet ing thta evening at R o'elooh at I Union Square There will i. eeveral apenkerK A. II Deabrow le the Secretary nl Club N" 1 wl h h.ui ta tabllabad btadquartara at 8 Union B luara, For dyspepsia and all other conditions resulting from con stipation, go by the book on Beecham's pills. Hook free pills 25c. At drug stores; or write to B. F. Allen Co.. 365 Canal St., New York. ripMnpr., nn-1 h nut only nniiifM lint softly chuckled : hiniHi-if ng he hur riedly donned his top coat and hat and pn i' ireil t go oul , "I'll i' it." he repeated, "an I they'll n r puipect t Ih- trul h " He went out f the house quietly, thit no one miylit know of his ii ln, and turning down the gtreel walkt i brtHklj towardd the business part if thn (own, lie took no notice r the rain and i!i(' wii d, and r m l i" rfectly unc i hi i ms of the fact that It was cold and II able, tie met two or three 11 pi Unt 1 in ts on th streei and he wnidri i wh they st;i 1 f it him In sut 1 1 i-. rin I ii . ire himself th it 11 market) i-hntu hit c me over him ft itiih. the lani Ii 111 ini'l thai his t ivturi s h.id l -1 1 hi Ir uternnt h Thej M never suspi t the tt nth " h1 nftirmured again, with n fl IntiKh, ih h- lurnH out - 1 the streei ami up 1 ". ' 1 r sti ps I- tdln 1 t.. a doi tor's ol Hi The world Ithi ut. w Hh Its 1 1 n 111 I it 1 aw t .1 ' wind v iis nol tni 1 il Int in 1 t- -I than the h tin ut M Aiplrowu that 1. 15 ' ha I n turm and r pi h I th 111 1 f I la Interview with hla t;t andfa if. r and it m iMin I Mi Ai Ir v th it the 1 mi -I t" nnn -t.iti' t- gone 'ih- 1 . -A : nn money to pay duel t -or lo lai; m It" IneH foi th. hu h inl and father, ind ihi w n ' llitli food and fuel f r t n family I' .- ;i ilUtl sslnii : :;" el und t is n w - 1. 1 1 ' ; An Ii .vi vvrepl hitler lean is ' 1 hefii : a " '.. ! '" Ivi rltiB v. ith 1 "i t nnd ihlnklm over 1 1 h sltu- al! 11 "(h. h'v ' itny f ither hi 1 hat"i i. -. phi m u i l'ud "H .v can hi hi ir i" lftii f the suff rin ' f Id 1 . IM I r ililn II' j lon't he dl a pi" I l I ".. fatl c md ict, Mary.' c -' au !. weaklj , ' I never expeeti I nnythlni from him, f"i It Haiti m h. 1 1 man le I you that h i never ha . u ighl to with m s,nd hes a man who keeps his word" Anl ti all on my mi thai ou must Buffer," Mrs Andrews sobbed n 1 11 it Is, Mary ' flafi npll i "on tin ganv ;- w I lu suffer ten tlmi 1 much if it was required of nn-. von have been n too ih ar. a I wife for me to i.-vret onvthlng 1 have suffered for von. Von Hhmil'l not ha.,- hoped for anything froi . inv father, for n ithln? hul ll"i,'i iln'nn nt could com- of It. I iin si rt ne sent' "Vctf 1 t..".i tutvfl done It, Var HOW DOES FARBELL FIGURE? It'R Hard to Sop How the Catcher Is Worth More Than $2,500. Wfstprn W I"', lin.ii s irp l) rr Mi.-rl-ilan. D.l.'.il S.oi.iiiii liusslp. 1 1 iik .l.-r.i bl r n ir. 'Mi'in t .1 tl tvli.i ( v. h : mil 11 , i.'iits In litis .-It .- t.i try tn 1 i roc. ..: 1 1 ; 1 ... . l-'.irr. I i. h Ill .' .... ; . I u . 1 !. 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I, tt Is .Hill nil 1 . . ilm 1 l-'nnvll li.i-i 1 1. I Slllllll .Hi II IS tl llll I ...I IV. I iiml it 1 . in Ii ii .. 1 11 11 hn ill t.u n ;. 1 11 I" ill I: .. ..1 I, I ill 1111 ..Mil.. t'lVll'n Ill Slllll. ' hi N. w 1 lati'l rrl.-inl:.. nii.l Himi Willi tin S , YorkH 11 Ih i.i 1 . :ui 1 1. 1 i, , , .1 1111.1 tin- .N. w Vol It 1 lull v. ill sll. ll Li Hi. stun I 11 hns Inltn i in Ihe nuuim M y ii .ui is it 1 1. u gun 1 . ut. in 1 ii in Mil. ... Wnslnrn whnnlmen nr.- snrn over Hi.-il.-r..,.! ,,t S'i.-i 1 1. in foi th- I'msl I. n . nf th.- I..-.IKH.- of Ain.-n.iiii vh. -.-Iin. n. iin.l n .iin . . .infill nt s nro h. ni.. A westnrn l..i.ii-i snys Hint It W now nroluililn tlmi the Ml. hi;. .11 HI vision, I. A. V tiolltli'S i ill Imvn 11 I.. ,. Ins upon thn fiiturn of ihe UeuKii.. inii.'h :i'. iter limn has ever heen sunposeil, The 1.. rin. in. in ..r a Western League I ii whenlmeti la now Ih-Iiik 11,11111.. 1. Thn West Is Hal.l In he bitter m.-r Hi ti. .tin-in nt thn In, 11. Im ..f I'jif-if-rn moguls Luacomli's treatment of Mlehl linn, hit ti. aim. nt ol I'otter un I thn overthrow ..r Ihe West in thn tlefnnt ..f Hhnrl Inn for the I'reslilenry are nil l.-nliiii- 1..W.11 1-, ih.- 1. rin ill. in ..f a Wehti-in I.eiiKUe, anil HoniethltiK l. rtlnlts Ih likely to turn up noon. ... When Jim Corbet! was ask. l recently I If his ih.ht wlili JurkHon .11 they fouirht) "ii I I" lil- I i-i om . he h.ii I: "I . unn 1 I-I al 1 :--. '1 1 whether II will -a will nol be. Thai il pi ni-. ui .11 Ihe future ir I H. .. . Ii 111. . t.. mnkn some ninnev I i.n ilnly Bhall nol refuse, not nt least .1 1 long .11 I ! 1 1 . uui 1 .11 I am . t young, strong iin.l Improving evnrj la. Ho I'.r ns nt battl. with Jackson is i'oiicnrne.1, 1 nm h.nk eiioiigh t-- stutn, with. ml iKotlsni, I hn Hi think he hi-. 1 I in 10 chance, au 1 I have mj reai 1 -. for t-.. believing, an.l mj reasons are lias. I 011 form. S. far .1- nil llns talll about a I.i.;. nn ml., r ..I" .. i tmllevlng Jin u- .11 w ill ilef. .1 in. is 1 mm rneil. I will give any man ?l'm in each II.00U .f d wager lie ...n k-t on- in tl.it illrectlon." ... Brooklyn sprts nre all nn the qui vlve over the four-rouml contest between Jimmy Carroll anil Hilly McCarthy, to ink.- place at John IScknnnlt'a show at Lenox Lyceum ii.m Situi.'av night. Carroll 1- a greal favorite over them. iin.l hli friends proiose to try to gel II mntrh for hlin with i "r- Inn, If he is successful wnli McCarthy, something they ilon't itoubl for n minute. There is considerable desire in these parts to seo Carroll box, as he has spurred but little in (his section .1 Ihe t-ountrj Rckharilt'a ..ill...-, al 137 H road way. is being besieged with pugilists seeking enganmentB, but his progrumme I.i roiupl. ted. . . . Sporting nun who have seen Orlffo box think he got .1 shade the best .a the .11 1 ingi in. nt win n he made his , ighi round mnmh with Johnny Griffin ut catch weights. tirllTo has always had great advnntuge In weight over the reuther-welghl fraternity. 11. looked bigger than Lavlgne wh.n the two met at 126 pounds. Qrlffo's weight has always been something ..1 a mystery, which, it Ih tlu.iii.hi. Ii for the purpose of en abling fir I (To to pii-k ui. n 1 thlngi ut catch weights. Th.- Columbia Athletic flub will hold u limited-round professional boxing show at lirand Central Palace April IS. Tht-n- will be six special bouts, all ut six rounds. Thn following pairs have been signed up lo date: Al. o'Hrlen of Philadelphia, vs. Joe Harmon. of N.-w York: Bdrtln Loebnr, ..f llrooklyu, s Qeorga Blddona; Bam Kelly, West Si. In Athletic Club. vs. H..b Cunningham, Downtown Athletic t'lub. Tim Princeton and Columbia baseball t. :1111s. which ur.. to pi. iv at Manhattan Field this afternoon, will be presi nt in a i.o.ly al it., performance ..f "Joan ..f Arc," now being given by the t'nluiiil.la 1 College M i-irul Society at the Manhat-1 tan AthK'tic t'lui, Tl.. aim this even ing. . Tim University of Pennsylvania is con-1 hi-I. nil to have the hardest hitting team of any of tin- colleges. ... Blm merman, the bicyclist, has settl ) confi ssed, "but you need m- .llrlnn nn 1 prop. 1 t.. ul - 1 much 1 thought I h 1 1 th .1 he would be toucher by your ... .1 lion It - a- all I could do and it s. in. I lo me I inns. -, ! ' H- i.n nlnne knows what we sh.U da," I a I in 11. a 1 1- r 1 long 1 n is. "Wi. havnn'i 1 fri.-nd on enrtl i . . h. m w -1 an ai 1 Iy for ni I an 1 we run I101 1 i ihinK fr.un any Siuri'e. '. .- ai .- There was s sudden energetic kn- -V Ilm . ,.,r that cul Is-. r . s..-. Ii Hhoi 1 un. I .. moment Intel . ' hi 1 ;H fin . I lovl il 1 oklng ol I man 1 i-red tin r nn, bowing md smll 1 I a:. ' . 1 ubbllng ovnr with g.-i K I ! Ilini "I i.i'i I r Hi iw n " he sal I bj wav of n-tl Ill' I I runic 111 to so. l - prof. 01 A , .-rtaln Snrret H...-I. .' W 111) h I. - Is an ml. ! M r An a. w 1 hi ai 111. h. 1 . 111 . 1 m. '.. -i.n. no puitiH In his i ll ti 1 I ha. , 11 , 11.. an- , a' (, 011 II fn .1 iift.r rnro 1 K 1 ; . 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 - ... 1 1 - I him "Iiml is all pro l-li-d for. 111 Inui Ih. .' n lor i. pll ' "Tim h 1 ty ha. I 1 '. .1 to l-.IJ fn. all-l III lit 11 .in,! . llriii. . 1 . I' ll., hut 1 v as Instruct. I 1 . '. 1 : 1 for pn 1 us. Mom w, I 1 i- I Un I - i ii.'i 111 1 1 I1-1 1 ml I mi .-I..'. 1 : lukrtl in 11 1. ll . 1 urn nn lr Hi ' ' 11 ,1 101 w. r-l. "t'l.t It nil noin 1 (mr fa ml " Horn, in 1 1 , nn .. ' lo Ihl ho lei 1 il Ink a .- 1 ' r. p.-rlmp ... . in fatl r Hut." with , v , f H r I all thai Is n .1 to in.- 1 . ii-- V 1 bin in. - I.' 1 prof. lt-,1 Vn.lrnu hnsiln'n.l I . i'ii th. ...... is -,n '. , .,, f, ..,.m that ll 1 right p. avail I in s, ir ,.' th" 1 . unt) of strain 1 Hul ilm ,,: 1 ,., tor was so kil 1 ai 1 pnrsuu n ,- . n 1 10 thn culllr il" II ' h.. .hi iiii su. Ii 1 In ovi n Iln 1 e 1 -ol . Hon, and had the 1 ttisfartlon of hnvlnii his services nnl ih.- money a. s. irlly after Hie doctor ha. I departed, ; in imislni I" call ag iln nn Iho moi 1 m n I ,' n Ir i up l" i.h'l wiih groi 1 1 j mil Ul A11.1 -' wus tjo jurpitaij to1 thn ouestlon as to what tv- Intend? doing by tin- niinoiii..'. 111. nl that lu- will turn prof.siii.iuii Th. Inducement, it is said, was ,1 110,000 bonus, . . "s'. .rr ... " 1 hnrli ii w 111 ; .-. r r Ithnc 1 Ai ill 1 1 lu take . h .1... ol ii. 1' 11 ni II iithli ... Cul 'i . ; int 1 ." 1 i.'ii' 1 w ith 11 ' I 11. I.i with 1 . 11 i.n 1 ai- n. 1 iimltis t.b Itirut. I i'n It- ad. rs It's haul was 1 1 1 1 royul Mush It wn 1 tr.i 1 11 lltisl 1 .1 It bunts four 11. lust ll in WOMAN'S LAW CLASS. rli.sh.K lA.i.i..'. 111 Mti.letsiilin I.I.'.' I lull l.i.ll I ,.. hi. '!'!. . i . , . 1 . f 111 ft,. I I ' ' ' '11 of th,' . .' v . rk will I. 1 .: 1 11, s ... 1 1 ul M. I. I ulin . , ...'. 11 1 1 The tinier ol I be ns fol low 1 11 . . 1 1 'l . : , " 1 . . ; . '. 'i , 1 1 . .. v. i. ' . 11 ..... . , 1 1 1 1 ' 1 '.I , 1 M.j ret. M I I All inf. 1 111 il 1. . ,. ,n w 'II b. i. II pi Hli I 1 .i .1 1 -1 III. M 1 i.-r lb. The dm 1 on Ii. 1 " i- 11 1 , v. . y 1 1.. -. thu ... , -. .' , v. ..... . ill" 11.11 1 p..; k. .' I Si. .. ii. p.rln 'i . - . I ... : N. II ll !,.. 'I 'lllll.ll, I. XI - , 1 .I,.'.... ' I -".,..' ..... I, . Ml., rli.nl. I,, h a, . : -. mai : - . im, tt h. 11 ; i . mi 1 iiii.ui 1 Itflll.'S lltMIt .1.1 V I II lihir.lt. M .11. tl . I . I III It. in 1 . r Mi . ..n; hi 11. .- Kt-tii.tli I Miss I . ' 1 ' . Iriil.. Triii-K. M 1 . li 1 V rl M -' M i. ill ' '. A prise scholarship, valu. I ol : .. In the foi in of two yi us' fn tuition In ih. liil. . 1 lt I. iw Hi hoi I H 11 hn uwiiril I I. Hit si 11 1- nt w ho pnsi .-- Ihl hi ..V annual loll, Ml,... rlulti'M Lecture.. mi.h Rmma H Wrisht will 1. i.ir.- ..t- m "1 r, ll-n 1 ti. nt .r. II -.1 t:ti.....t ..11 RaltlM . ' sll n n 1. I. li.-r in'.-ntl-n tn n i.- ,m ' .1 ' refaranca lu lr.w. an I h iseli .11 .ir. rail n Oh I What a Dust. IIV tell to-morroto FRIDA Y Double and Single Width Veilings nl line quality worth rsx. aa. C (1. tu 111 I-, IMk. 11 vnr.l Wm 3 to!..ii. and liiii.li. b.ilt plain and 0I11 nlilc dotted, at ssssl sP 11 .nnl. 58 West a:it St. Amusements MAIUrUlN s.J I A III-. I. IIIIU-.N. BARiNUM & BAILEY'S (.UKVI'OT HIIOM UN I AKTII. wiih Hi) im l.iMHr Woiiileni (Irctii, lu m Metitwertai Uliaiitn, litliDologlcuJ uugrttM ( Htrnun rnpiti I- '.i.n. in. .ii ilallj iii 'I mni s M. a. liui-"inn jtfic, , 6c , 7V. im 1 ! . ftooordlng t' im iii .11 .1 matJi, Hot -1 uii ' eai'li. Si " : A I . I I III A I III I -N. ..H M.i -. J 1'. 7TH IJONTH I CHARLEY'S AUNT. M.IIM l-lll lil-mi lislll I'luv Al AM.n HI Mlill. Mlll.l ,t ll.llii.ll I THE GIRL I '"" ;,.? LEFT BEHIND ME. N'; V .' 1 1' ." ' PACINI"! I vi-ninws. h is. AJmll UAOinU. S, , -!, 2011. .Stic. a LIL LI A N RUSSELL , l.lKnll.l: QIBOFI.A. NIBLO-S""-;-'"1",1:' .-,;.;-. .'..iM,.-r. ""7.-1:':;',:,,i,, l lost 'in new york. AMI l:li AN nil'.Allll. Malll -1.1 ml... IteaervsdNnsta on-linntrnrlr. . 1 ' 1 . i.j.uo.'. I'i:ti:h 1. imii.i . A I III NTIti K I'll fl T. Vexl week lloji'a " I ri. o. . I .i.t.nia. " tIAIIIir.N lIll.Aliu: si.".. Mat. Wtsl u I'AI.M Ii! '- I III 4 1 111- I . SH. fn Mm sal MR. JOHN DREW. 811 IM Ml SHI M'.N I II. T II K II I P T I. II I' I. IRSi. BROADWAY, 'JV'.V'V Z , Ij'Oj Iy 1 11 rl-" -'.. 11.' .1.1.1 r , rMilllVtti aiitwupLTH UTOPIA LIMITED. DALY'S. JV".V ",,:V Sj u,.,Ts, SHORE ACRES. sty anythlna' when the driver hi in.- arlli'bs iiiul inform I Ini tin a . . f r 111 r I'll' ' '- law UT, IS til. I' : . I ... 1 ins . ... , - 1 1 1 . 1 1 nn 1 1 an- 1 him 111 1 usK who sent the 1 - "I l.m'l I.i. 1. man lie n- 1 he Kil..-. t- toll tu. lo brim 1 111 utnl I sup P -1 1 . 1 had irdertsl II 1 it w lldn't ordm Ii 111 and J 11 n. 1 11. id. 1 1111st ,.k. In tin 1 I tin v w .. 1 I, vnn-l . 1 . k. I w.i, , 1, 1 ,111 . 1 I I la f l ' -'. - ; . . iiv. 1 imp. .1 ,Itl 1 11 i.i : - w.-rls . i . Mi ', . v. -' iii.. It. I' hllll I : III- 11 111!. '111. - . ati-1 I Ui drlv.-r of il !:;'. "Win i.- shall 1 1. it y. .': ' '.:' : "V. s, ina'an Ii " Imi I: .1 An ; - ll : '. n't " Y S. 1 1 1! t W ,- O I ! . ! I I i " I ' .-!' . is. oi'.l. r.-l ii fm r t s.i I " A 11. 1 wi I h ' 11 1 in. .r. tli i . ii . I . . IL'.l tll'-l ,,.-..,. 1 . 1 t.i Hi, ' ' ..... ' ' I , A - 1 4. Ill .1 I i- HI ' is, 11. 'a I ir tl Ih. marl attain 11 it 11 ll Hi.. A . : lair s.'V-i " . . f il 1 ..... 1 ... ' ' 1 un. . 111. I.- I : I v.iii . icli ii.'i- nil p.. 1- l.l. Ilvi : "Nm- I 11 ci 1 1: in I e r 1 , 1 1 11 o 1 1 1 i' f.i t her t a kna 11 Int .1 I ' llll il Islti: I l. W It I'" I lu a- . .! n' - 1 1 'a I sav Hod bins ml pi..s fhis It 1 soi't.ly I n.-vni .-.ii ' fore," Mni said Ur Itrowi - II II II is . tli. 1 Ihe I' I! A wiil.il ! II in mean) I'm ntul II e nt Ai s 1 .11 m." n it's a Mn Ihlna n. . me, t 1 i." Ran replied, ' but It's nam. 1 is u to per i. a Just Hi. n Hr Ht-wt. ..nun In. anl ifb .- hi I ' 1 I" 1 ul Its I ' if'' "n MlB rapid iiiDiii;, und llu' bad all talked legant &Jp3 is f. '-ik m c fi3 Til bprin.!?: w$m Overcoats, h1 ft t ' l o mgf Woul ! 1 'i ire 1 m r.. f,o ? ' ( ' ' f'l ' I iivi'i ml II s.ivi :-i' ! ' ' :ii the . . ui . it n V..-1'i it . in't 1 nl , hi mi , it h.is bi'fii will tt--I . Weill ill 1 In " t . '; ,. , ! , I ll lllf 1 lllt-.iil ul 1 , - . !, j; ,! 11 'i 1 thn i.l turned ' r. It . Idi '. It's the hi ii k tint's . II hi l the hi it l wti 'I ni a hl.l. Ii hei'ii tin II 1.;, i,t I'hi tl .Ill I giu, ll. (). Thohpson, TAILOR. CLOTHIEE AND IMPOBTBE, 2.15 BROADWAY, II'. . I k I - till M : I) St. Amusements. DEN MU3EE.,;,'V:,';i'N,. " the'nqreVt KOSSD'TH. COI Ml -.. i UELIA HI llll IS SANDOR, latstsi to ARNOLD KIRALFY, 11111I ll 1- 1. I, , , ii III m. 1 1 i ,1 M.I.KT. .' -' ..." A itiisM. a .... . I v a H. AI.Hi I II I A I II . II iiu r. Uslli t. M. MOUNET-SULLY, MME. SEGO.ND-WEUER, I'll' ' Vhlipj -. I .il. ,V '.mil. I 1 - - hit ami -ui. MtUliiM 'Ituy lllft&M I 1 1 III I llJtl It. HntimlA) rvi Inn " Mriinl " GRANDl!;:,1,1;"":;t,;.,r DAVENPORT 'cE9Ph5 M I 1 K .. IHH 1 - lill.vss MU.NKlCV. KOSTER&HTAF.'P. ADM. 50c. tiiius.'' v lit .-, . ... I.. Hi)- llunt-lilll, A i mn in! It v Ittrf ohll. Mir lira a I lira., , Iln- W iliiKiM. I.i I i ii t ., Iii Ii ii. illi, A r. I K I K V 1 1 I i n i ,t.ii.-. . i i i I 1 1 m. ; I Mi'H.i i ;i i i i.' hts- ii MbiB.i. II II I ItltU 1)1 l HllMII SOWINO I HE WIND. UlTHI l 11 III. IMI - til UIIW. CliNI WAI. lllf iTZ lllld-. oi'i u a. not si: ,, Wr.m. ,'V !!.' !'w13Ur. music hall m?h C3SS vauJevitle. in i h si. a .t.i a. a . - . ",. in ...S..O. L, ... Ji Lin i HI. liui.. ILUrLL O it, sitY . mini n. i'r..irlnt.,r i BLUE JEANS. -'i','i. M I W I I. MHHitl II.M tiTH f.VF i III I 1:1 ll . m r.l'i i Mar. 31 11 Hit. MM l.'s, I .X'I'H , T." .''lYkif","' "MAHGARbi FLEMING." kuber'S'1!:; COLUMBUS THEATRE, .,,sr,:.,,; ., .. 'v'a.s., THELIMriED MAIL, N. .1 M.,.. I"..N I. I ,t IllllAltll H, R. JACOBS' THEATRE 'Taft'S? ThV'i aSi a nutmeg match. M :' M I i:iv I'AI'l. K A I 5 n. RTUII Tlll-i till! . ' tl'Ali in il l. I .i. I ii '.'. k i a, i . SI . M It lli HIN, K I'M! !.. i I- . . I . .. i I Mm I'lo.ii.-rav. M AT Ulllt IN III I'llliilllll:. I.Yl'Kl'M TIH A lill 4 iii. . A J. 1.1 st Tin: tlAXOVsi. At H :!o Man . - I I. ins m i,ii. siuiirilMy. Till 'ss mi,i II ALL t'.'H Air II i M I l! l -a h I . 1 14 .v I .1 l-..i.l Mil. t. THE MONSTER OKCHTsTKION. IMftJ - I V.n A1I-T1 h II H i . I I MMsT. I'AiiK llll I Hi lira Im ij and a t ii L 1TIM,i.TI I-IH. A Kit I DAT hilt nMi. i ' "-s. to .i ini . i i. in. Hani in TH OAZZLER. bijou. B,,,vji,.ve.r.Si!SLHre MARIE JANSEN, i.ll Hi. Ml n'- T ll. N. it IV. ik II .-. i I ... Arllnir lilf WlespwslllS, nhhfiTniiifl in i-KiiKKet woman, nuimUv .1 : 2 i" l" w I'M. . coutlnuoua, I1AI:1.I M "I I I; A II' ! sK.1 v.- K ift MaLSftta i ;: f Mt Stilt ii i Kiel.; w. i i r -i i Mm ,1-1 S'lahl, MI I.I.H.VN -l tltHM HAI.Ia. IMPERIAL ;,; ,,'' ,;,'" Ht, at a. .. i nm i'v i - n the it v. a 1 1 n 1 1 ' . i . ; i n rm-.Vi liowerj Kvary .- .i t tnti '.i.i". II" l'-f 'rinaii'e . r, 1 l.ii I'M.' in -ui.il. I'lasiluil 10 i ini ii I .. i !.! Main . j; lNt. I : ' I rill'ATHI -i Mat. J. J v . i.'i. 1 1 ii r .'i iii-! tui.t- . Friday, u Mt. ;. . I . , Villi'- LiM'WllI, HERRMANN'S, ' -n ton p. m. - I Bfl I, H-i tin - : nm ti Interegted Iti . ' I : - i n 1 1 w v i sh to ki ii. ; .1 .vlu) Its rm'inben. .i in I wht-n' ii oi Ij lnat 1 HI. I - , ii eyi . hla ; ' : "- r urioualy .1 ii. mi' Ut, then i i. ! i !.. t ! in rrcol no - 'I ' , l ' j : Bt?rv I ; . - ' thi ll - ! n 1 1 a i -1 - - I in positively t-'il . id Sii ry "'' r ivoirl rf il iocrt i i ii virv c ' ., : I Iitin.li' ! ':.... ii I ' .!! : : , anl tlu-n i ti . . ; v . . . ihrmmh . 1 A :i : i Lt n. ! -n the I nil : utf il -. . furt.'i-l U tl I'!'" I i. I rtllllt In- ;S thn Line up, ' - ' I'll'!- Tl t .IIIU' i men met i k mj - -i of the l in nn l thai v i i ; -. v . nn in- ' ' ' III. Ml I : J -'.'', 1 1 , :. '! ' ' he ' il hli .i -. i -t the first thing ' ' Ir." iho rtoci ir an In'l i iail l .1 i better ti M m.n cri"i r il bins Wi . 'I !) i. I ':.l n w iuw irj .i.i tin thildren, doctor? i iti - ' the j etor ro ! i. ! , ;' ,i ' imin i ""in1. I iln itn .! m in cried. , - s wvll nre you, doc i Mrs Vin.rowa? in, i, In leed." ti ii rihi r i th have plenty of ever j tilnii have i! Yvu the) ennnot want for anything : now , I'm i ir S i don't h ippen t ) think of any Ut tle ihlntf th.u tney miK-ht need now, do you? It Beenu thai there inlKht be B.'iiiethlrikr that they vhoujd hav- i ran t think ot anything now, Mr. Anirewf. U aoema thui the P, XI. A.I 'Nj r'jr with ilir low prlcesj "afe?Ji 'f? ntul li.anttrol tJaSLy strlos nl onr nssr Ik "tprlnaj l.lnra In all 'v' lilo'" of I'srpe, Ji'i l.f.lv rlsltora tell - - u. Ibis. I.'. mil IVillntis 81. ."O lln.lv llrn.ssts 76r. Valrels TOe.mid lM)e. Tslpr-slrlos. l-r. ntul lltlr. our ri-ri'ui ImpnrtntlnBs of mattixos nt'r Iii r.i.-r tliiiu i-.i-r, ntul ihik-iiit th, low isl !- i-r limn, ii. .J. & J. DOBSON, 2 East 14th St. ' I I -, SSSSSS zzziO NOW READY. - y Portfolio No. 1 Of IMF. Portrait Types J. of the yfx Midway Plnisance. THE MORNING WORLD I nffith. "POiriKAlTTYPEW" i nl lo irntu fm nidi i". - i ; dII.i. and tht toaevealfia mn imiii tor th ulinlr srli' lur those n ho irrnrr I'm, (I, .11,. No, 1 mni aMc-i-lln I'..i I i.-llo during file week mf In no. Prlee for lutek numiicri wilt b i '. eeste, j- ddreM n mail tn TOE world I'n.tl H l.ln hl.l AI'.IMI-NT, Wiirmi 111 . I HI Ml. 111. .. '.':.. I I", llii'-is In Ponfulluoidera Art Portfolio Department, WORLD BUILDING, or llnr em i Ifflce, IMth st. and Mdlnn Av . Brooklyn Ofllpp, :hh WaabloflfiO Bt, Hmoklyn; ti-ninil utile-, Itevoll'ii Brak Htore, ftth am-., curnet lOUi sl, Nti Vtuk. : s Amusements. 14TH STREET THEATRET I ITH T., m:,H (ITU AVK. OM.V I NllAIIEMK.Vr IN MAVViiltKOr CLARA MORRIS. Ti SI .lll'.V l'i .Mnlllt.iW (Irl.lii.l NIUHT. THE NEW MAGDALEN s ''," '"" CAIVilLLE --iiiiii.Ii.. Viui.t. r sp sag p sy I'd-itivi i.v mi hii:i:i,it" I'l'ltlM. Ml Mllltni.s'h I N'lAt.KMKNT. N.it VtVi-k. Kwlirlrili-Bsllavlllp, HoodmsngHsja TOM' MATH. Tl IS. 4 KRIBAT. DlVinU Q '"I lil OI1.SON. IIACKRR rllu I Ufl ll I I "I I H I IIK Wl'NIlKKMOF INUIVIIU nn Illi'Vi'I.K. A cihanij AIT. I'l'l. M ll.HMI- lill MnNTANAH. i-iioiima nil Aim Tii-NiorrT. II. ih. lion.'-- II, tiillt I IIK I'AWMIHOKESl. Brooklyn Amusements. DARKEST RUSSIA, "i'XIl'i'K?" Reserved NUbt. 2or.t oOc. ?or. Heatii, Mni.. Daioouy, Lfoet "rchmtni. 60e Nt-Tt Wi'i-k i imitiHi-v i i a MHuuriiffiL" rlhmr IUr .iinnr.!. lA-viet- ami MJ Piflrlnr ,r'" l Ucouo. Llll I I ML t07(Jood i.' '.fi "'!iv. Mr. and Mrs. OLIVER BYBON. CT A O Wat tar Haniord.Hol. i -...'. MftT O I MIT. imiii Ba 18, 95, BSsoASM 411. 11- i . ... Issts ill Sfto, jM?:Jn M'CARTHY'S MISHAPS. it. I.. MNN s XI. W I'AltK rilKATKE. l Ii I. I ' I- :. Mais. U.-.l. sIBsa. CRUST OF SOCIETY. COLUMBIA, wg3g? h i i .. . i -i ' '" hi Hli. v only M k. h. SOTHERN. ClYPTV RrosdwsJ A Throop MfSB Un I E I I . Ilsu, .M.U. . 1 imp. and Has. TONY PASTOR'S C0.l- GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. nfifa Ihe Rising Generation AMPHION. uwaIS5gr71 l.ii-ty I ..-iiiiij Matlussa Wii aiidSsa. CORINNEnKsnuKHuosoM. keeps them well supplied with evenr tlnii.t u,.it tliey can possibly need." "He, In', he!" tho ul.l mun laughed. "A irrent joke, Isn't it. iloct.r. about that se i - .. ; ' Its il..- li.Ht thing; I ever knew, un I I never s"t as much en J in-lit t i' anything In my life. It's a ti -it affair." ft., j . rtalnly think so." the doctor sin I "They think th.. P. li. A. a moet v. nderful ors inlsatlon." : .. they, th -ii. li the old mrit cried tn saner, trembling tones; "so they ap- I . un it like that, .1". lur."' "Indeed thi j lo." "Hut ilon't they know that I am the . so iloi-toi fliey ilon't know that i it, i I .: all, .1 . the ?" "Certain y nol Vou enjoined secrecy on nf. i on '- . "Yes, It la 1 '. : thai they don't know. T i . might ;i - I I'll -' '- ith .i if Ih. v li I. an 1 tl n, ns I told it th.it r.iln in that I came to your office and eiill tte I you In llila : Ian, 1 roust be I. nn d" i iiiin I' it! . v. Interrupted u voice. "u h i hlni to you ifter ill, and you do like . " f II er. don t i u?" rt.. ui ; man stari I, ; i tkeil down and saw 11 . ". ii un-' i i . I ni"ii 1 t .lie, ii tin ii. i. he hail .- uitultteil some kiavs crliiu mil had been lei I I In It, " l.h I" he llnullj .... ulat. I. " What .., i this me in ' " It means.' -. I tho doctor, lauuhltisr, thai wi have beiruyvl ll ml II , i- p A . and that so. leu u ttn .;... "And yon were tho society, grand ithei ' - e cried. " anil yuu .-.-iii all th things. ' I The ... ; nt m lookt l h. Ipli i Iy at the do t ir ami ihe latter, with ,t shake of !. . .1 I : "There Is no es ipe my old friend. Vo In i ns II ' mfesi to your kuIU anl go and maki your peace v. rh thoso you I. . . '. 1 "ii will nol Iin.l it hi: It' lo the i itter." So, if sal I the old mai . " I can not do that. 1 must be iirnt und I the) ii. a n t forgive an I f t ;.!." "Tiny will, grandfather," t'.eorgsi cried, " Come hom Ith me. They will ba so pleased lo have .n . ome, for w all love you." It is not necessary to sav that he went and that the past was blotted out by the Joy of the present, an ' hat there waa no further need of the I' II A., society, which really meant Peter B. Amlrewa society, named for Its one member. Chi cago News. .