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HI THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING MAY 7, IBM. :
BBBBBTr m - IBj' rslUsaitl tr uii rrn Publlahlnf Compinr. BBJp 14 to 41 rxnK HOW, Niw York. K MONDAY, MAY 7,1894. V BUBSCRirTlONBTOTUK EVENINUWOULD B (vn-nidinff pottagt): jR? M MONTH... . BO sK IXB YEJLtt SO.OO W I'M Vol.54 No. 11.048 Sv i. B EaUml it til PMt-OfflM at Niw York u mcoc. jB, clus mittir. Bft. JW BRANCH OFFICES! ",BjT .WORLD UPTOWN OKFICB Junction ot Broad. "Bt vw "a sitk " ,:'' a f l' .WORLO IlABLKU OFFICE 12MS It. and Ma,- B, UnOOKLTN 101 WuhUtton It. Bff nilljADEU-ilU. Ft. Inqtllnr Offlci. Ill CkMt- !jB wi . 'Sg WASHINGTON TM 1411 it. ft 4 5 9 19 7 -1 r flWjh FRouTnVosinor Marten 4, lfttU. $W4 The World's Average Circulation per aR day for FlritTwo Months of 1894, if Ks t 433I(57- i $ "fart-'iJ, 1ML j!t 5b 'Vln-alAoroti Kram(noionolA nrru j? ifl. letfon tootl, prf-room rq'orti, mail-room j, iSf rrporti, paper romparnW bttlt for amount ol p ff paper fumuhrd, ordert from nnri compant'i fj tjj and tuvvdealtri, ft find that the circulation of i ff TUB WORLD morning and rrenmq eli- S, ttora) for themonthi of January and hlniary Bf't U8L attroccd 133, 167 caput per tlay, umi u ' I" urfAh" , W J. IDWAKD SIM VftVS, Ai -j,1 fTmlrman f Si tllOMASL. JAMK ft , Vci f torn f. h a. n. mvitvtts. f a K IP. llUWHlMWALK, , at Mir ti aiis, if UIAI1I.IA IP. M ITOiT f I l , 1 AVERAGE CIRCULATION ' g l'KIl DAY Kill I SECOND TWO MONTHS OF 1894, II 459197 ''Ik- ,-UfiS Gov. riower cnn't veto the peoplo'B 'Shi power to remove him from politics. Even the Greater New York will not JWEP be a lovelier one In the early Spring. SfejEfi1 It wna a wine Coney Inlnnder that ESyijj knew hla own strip of eaml jciterdny. Hfbii Before another month has gone. Cox- BjKf eyltes ought to be rarer than da) a In B S' June. UK' "Disease In Coxej's army" And Cox- v-lRi eylsm Itself was a had enough disease, K' ffi to begin with. it r U B King Croker Is flndlnK out somethlnB Rj: i about the uneasiness ot the head that W),i ' wears a crown. ? tfi At nny rn,c' I'a CnamraKne chnse a BSil more neighborly place than the 1'errlan Wit 'Ml Monarch pltked out for going aground. K$Iiii "Breckinridge nsks merc " Let him Viti flrst snow " l, ri tiling from public Kjjflgt life and view. The conn fry Is sick of Kalslf him- M$ M The Eighth Precinct has a fine new Ejjt ti police station. Hut It Is not connected K r with a line new sbnial and patrol -nagon PS "Cns service. i 8'f1 Tne New yok, tnuBht the Bostons a mW 8 lesson In baseball Saturday, and one In '& fir manners. The liltora needed the latttr it very badly. S IjL If Gov, Flower thinks he strangled the jS BK better New ork when he throttlid the ft SR Mayor's Power of ltcmoul bill, hu la t 8 aealn mistaken. ij yf Ilepresentatlves of our new nay are B Ut to be bdimueted In Uundon It la not 8 fifr understood that the fe.it is to be K. 0? served on defective urinor plates. II w . fii Did jou read the best pige of live If ffi sporting ntws printed In ?ew York Is, s Saturday afternoon? It was In the i& f Baseball Extra of 'The i:inlnt; f World." m& V Mr. Sulzer now saj s he didn't say Kit ! that he knew what the State Senate fit 4' would do with those reform bills. It f has already been demonstrated that Bfi y In the Goernor who lets Ilrockway- BS S Ism 11 e and the New York Jliijor' bill B J8 die there Is llttlo to remind any one of pi fi the State Kxecuthe who made hlnist.lt B'.' . famous, with a big D In 1W2, KJj People who hno been forced to be. BBBBBBB(ee the Standard Oil Trust wants I BBBBBjhe earth what the BBBBnBBjpan out of the fai that the big lomblne BPBCuSB'has had to dltile with Kuasiu, BBB Senator Hill sas the New York noinl- BJPul nations which are not vt contlrmed will Bk U bo over until the Tariff bill Is dl'iiost-il BJj' ) of. This looks like u record-bnaklng Bf lit case ' Indefinite iiustponement. B rai" - BRi'.HE Again It Is given out that Mr. Troker Brt'tBp l anxious and ready to retire from his BY l$t position as the Central Power. Mr Be? i'j n Croker knows when he hu got enough Bj t I lie Is also able to sen the looming possi- Bv i blllty that he may get more than he BfiT ferU wants. BKjBjjj' It Is understood that behind the BKMk, bleached muslin curtains yesterday the BjirEJ famous Coney Island collar stood as Bl'tiK1' high as ever above the pale amber of Bis' ; the Coney Island beer. That collar Is BKt'UVy one of the things that won't be sup- BJf fills' pressed. BE' Us Tho Constitutional Convention meets Bk'Bu at A'hany to-morrow. It Is to be a BsB, much more dignified assemblage than BJnV&vf the Legislature which has just, ad- BBflKj Journed at Albany, It boa many great BBBKmWiv. ,., reform propositions to consider. Those of most Immediate and pressing Im portance refer to the matter of good municipal government In the State. What Is the Convention going to do In this direction? THE FOLLY OF DIVISION. The people of New York nrc not op posed to the Democrirv, nor do they be lieve that the Democratic party Is In capable of giving them good city government They know that Hewitt, Cooper, lMson, Smith Kly, llavemeyer and others, who have mailo good, honest Majors, were nil Democrats. They know that Theodore NY. Mvern, one of the best nnd most efllclent Comp trollers the tlty ever had, Is a Demo crat What they oppose, nnd whnt they re gard ns the source of such evIU as they Justly complain of, Is the use to whlih the Ilemocritlc organization of the ilt Is put h the men who, having olit lined control of It, are using that control to enrich themselves nnd their Immedlnte friends nnd relatlvis and to perprtuate thilr power oy corrupt uxaiiH Tjimninv Hall Is the old and regular Demncntlc orgwilitlon of the city, but It Is controlled and nutncrntlrtlly rulel by a handful of selfish anil unscrupulous men, who are making themselves mill Inmlres nt the expense of the clt, while the rank anil lllo of the party are not only kept out of sny s'inre of the spoils, but are Injured by the evil repute the orginlmtlun has won through the meth ods of the leiders. The people are ren ly to throw these leaders overboard ami to rescue the elt from their grasp They c in only do so by uniting solidly In a people's parly against them Everjbody knows tnls But two voices hive luen raised against It. One, nn ambitious Ite piibllcan, who Insists that the next Mavor of the city must be a llepubllcan. the other, the leader of an untl-Tiinimin organl7itlon, who wants to run an nntl Tntnminv Mayor as a third cindldite, on the supposition that he cin be ilectid over a Itipubllcnn and a Tamman (.m dldite '1 he Idea Is fallacious for one rnnn, If for no other To win at ull It Is m c essaiy to weaken Tammany, A revolt Is llpe within Tnmnmny With n single lilting pi ople's candid ite against Tam miny, suniss would lie sn promising that thousands of dlssatlslli d Tatninu nvltes would have the oruaulr.itlon as tuts leive a sinking ship With thne candldatis 111 the Held, success would lie so doubtful that the follovveis of Tnm miny would be nfriild to rebel, nnd would onre mole follow blindly nt the luels of their bosses III a real people's union Is the cltv's only hope of rtscue. THE GOVERNOR'S RESPONSIBILITY. A number of Judges have petitioned Gov I'lowir to riiuove llioekvvnv, the Supirluti intent of the Klmlra ltrfonn atory, at once They know, nnd all the world knows, that the pie tended Mis prision of the pnildhi Is u sham nnd nil Imposition. Ills temporary smeessoi Is one of the Klnilla llo.uil or .Ma li ngers a mnn wlui h is Jusltlled llroi k wn'B biulal melhuds throughout, who bus deft tided his vvoist barbnrltb s, nnd who upholds not Ilroikwav alone but his Inhuman sst 111 The State Senate wiih iindy and iinx lous to remove lIroekwa. It put on moid Its formal Judgment that the power to 11 move the Siipeilntendent and the duty of removing him rests with the Governor The I.eglslntuie Is not now In session The responsibility rets with the Gover nor alone It Is all humbug for him to e'vade It under the pretensi of the im inlsslon's Invistlgitlon There Is nothing but Hoswell 1' I'lower nnd the political Influences tint are at work on him be. tvvien Brute Bioekway and his expul sion from the service of the State. A NAME FOR BONBONS. NOT BOMBS. Miss Voltnlrlne I,e 'le re, of Philadel phia, doesn't seem to want to be anj thlng eli-e but an An mh Voltalrlne Is an Anaiihlst oiatur, uud tells the wlld ijfd whlsket -glowers who are "agin" all governments except their own theo retic governnie nllese government and who listen to bet with more or le'ss lapt attention, what she thinks is going to h ippi'ii If things keep going oil 111 this cmintr) as the) are going now. She doesn't lite a eleek of c.irels In tell ing this, but recklessly c,ut sses at It, which Is easier nnd save's the moue) tint she would have to pay for the earels oltalrlne I.e Cle) re Is a re si Juju pist) mine, and It ought to be on the stage it sounds er much like the h iilghtv an I haut-temlMi e'liri e re de Ve re M hat a pit) to waste' it on llerr Most and his novvd, whose Ve line's h from the foim of sehoonets uf tuer It Is even resonant and reiteico enough 10 tlnd Its wa) into Mxlet) Hut we f ir It never will mil for this nason At th I Thalia 'I hi it re )esterda), Vult 1 1 among re narks said thnt "soelet) Is not the ireitlou of the Intellect, but Is a spontaneous irowth" A mote ellreil attack upon the enullte fabric of the I'M, with Its rorriistnnt Inner circle an 1 Its llishulent fimbriated edge, could not be e oncelv ed It stilkes Ward McAllister right In the mlilst of his medulla eiblonmitt Ami as the brllll uit-bi. lined Mc erected the Jin and s irt of owns It, Voltalilne woull have- to get In over the fence, If she got I In at all At Asbur) Park e,stcrdri) a minister pie'icheel a sermon te the llfe-s.iveis Th'se cre-ws, evet) time' the) answer 1111 emergent) rail, preach a more powerful set mou te olhei nun thin a rlerrwimti ever wrote or dienmed It Is divided Into two pnrts l'lrstl), dot), peiondly, pi rformance The olres of Judges, eli rg men nnd editors, the volres of JuMlce and the people, the voice of humanlt), the voice of progress all thes call on Gov. I'lower to get rid of llrockvvav What Is the plea that he tets up against this united demand'' Chairman Wilson Is quoted as sn)lng that he will do all In his power for the sugar Industr) The I'nlted States Sen ate Is nlruid) doing all It cnu for the Sugar Trust. Possibly there Is n dis tinction between the Industry and the Trust "The World's" ,Vht IptiMiit Olllrc. "The World's" ITptow n Office has moved Into Us new quarters at the Junc tion of Broadway and Sixth avenue, at Thlity-second street. There are eight entrances, two on Broadway, two on Sixth avenue and four on Thirty-second streviL n SEL1GMAH THE1H CHAMPION Tho Bankor Pleads for Two Littlo Lozonge Poddlors. Arrestcel for l'ljliip; Their Occupu tlon In Central Park. Mr. James Sellgman, of 14 Kast l'lfty seventh street, brother of the late Jesse Sellgman, tho banker, went to York llle Pollre Court this morning and Intenedid for two bovs who were nr listed In Central I'atk )estrelay for piddling loi nges The bo)s were Mor ris and William Itm rm in, brothers, re spective I) fouitein and thirteen jenrs old living with their parents nt 91 Hhei llf stn it According to Park Ofllcer Grimm, who arrested the be))s, he eautloneil them several times In fore1 he plae 1 el them un eler line si on the way to Mr. Gerry s Km li t) In a I'dihUi avenue car, the bo)s wept nnd pleaded with the ollker ... 1. I lli.iti, vit limn On this e ir happuiid to be the banker i healing tin- sior) of their arrest, be ( blind the bo)s up with a promise of M'ltlu-, them nliasid lie aciompanlnl the in to the 0III1 e of the- Soelet), umi tried to n cure their release, but this c iul 1 nit be done without the aid of a tiiaglbti.ite The banker then sent a elcspatch to the pireuts of the ho), and told the in to be In court this morning Hi fore the tiiuit was opened Mr Sellgmnn appeared and waited for the 111 rival of Justlec Yoorhls, to whoi.i he explained the nrrtst Ills Honor ngieeil In be lenient with the boys, nnel would have discharged them had the patents appeared In court As It was lie plated the boys Into the care of Agents Ilarkley and Agnew, with In structions to make an investigation. Morris said his father was a carpenter b) Irule, but only worked four days a week lie said he hid assisted In the support of the family by peddling. GEN. GREENE'S BIRTHDAY. Ho Id Mnel three 1 enr Oltl, nnel Hull mill llenrt. Gen Gtoige S Green, who Is the old est living graduate of tho West Point Mllltar) At mlt in), 11 libra ted his nlne t) -third hlrlliilit) )esterdny at tho home of his son Col Krantlrt V Gretne, of the Sevtnt)-llrst Hegfment, 31 Hast Thlrtb th stite t Gt u Gretne stems as hnle find lit arty as the aveiige' man of slxt) jears I : irl III tin da) the Gtneial made a tall upon his t lilt st sou, Gtoige S Greeni Jr Jl Mast rort)-s,e ontl stiett, mid timing the da) a stoic ot unite of oil t amp tignciit paid their respects to the Velle'lablil sotille r Gin tin tin was born nt Apponaug, town or Wiuvvlik 1, I , Mav G istll He was m idiiatt d from W't st Point In IS.'t, at the same time In tug at Hug piuftssor of iiialht math s Hi bet nine a t Iv II t li Miner, and d slgntd ami built the Cen tral I 'in K list I volt and t nlaitriil High llildge and built n nt w rtstivoli ntar It la Im.1 In entered the mm) nijiilu as Colonel of the Sixth th New "i ork Vol lllltiels He was ntipolnteil Hi Igadler Genual of Voluiititis on April , 1MJ, and took patt at fiditr Mountain lie t'liniiiiiiiiileil the mm nnd tllv Islnii of the Twiltfli Ann) Coips and rt pulsed the i nt in) lit Vntlttam and his lioise was shot undei him lie was brevettnl a Major-Gem i.tl In IMm, and rt tin d n vear liter He rituruiil to the h ivlte of the Cintiiii Aqueduct Ilepni tment, wis Us Comuilsstftni r, and in 71 ln t nine fhhf llnglniir of Public Works In W mthlngton. MAY BE JOSEPHINE ANSON. lint Hit- Girl Denies She In tin- IVr noii ltcmrti'l llnsliif;, A )oung wotnin about twenty years old, suppostd to be lostphlne Anson, of llr.mge, N 1 , was held 111 the Vorkvlllc Polh e Court this uioinlng to avv.ilt the ariiv.il of her inothi 1 About two imiiithK aro a womin who give the n line of Anson notified the polite of the Cast Twt nt)-setond Hit 1 1 1 st itlon th it hi r tbiughtet lostphlno had inn awav fiom In t home In orange, N .1 She left a photograph of the girl, who Is tweutv viars old Last night Hettctlve Pennhnm siw a gill answeilug the th "t'l Iptlon of lose phlne In Slxtttnth street, mar Third avenue and anistnl her hhe tlenled In coin t to-d.i) that she was .losephlue. DISEASED MEAT SEIZED. Cenv fruni New Jirsev Ctmnil lli feeteil vvllli TultoreiilostM. Mtat lpsptctois ltoinilnc nml Good hiinlt. of the Health Department, this moinlng found In West Washington Market the tpiaittrtd caicitss of u tow Inficttd with tuberculosis The meat was shlppid from Goshen, Orange Cemntv. N J, b) It II Smith n milk eb'alei mid stock raiser Dr Jeihiisou the llinlth Department's vetiiinan sun,ioii, will follow up the ease to elii), and will iiiiike a thorough hive sth, ulon of Mr Smith's stot k I Pending the Invi stlgatlon all milk and meat fiom his faun will be st Utsl If it Is bioiikht Into the i Itv 1 ills mtirnlug the ellseaseel met! was e'l -t 1 ti the eifTll ilelill lit the foot of ! I hirtli th stmt and ehstiovtel It had 1 II It III e 11 Oftelcel fill S lie Winn bi l7e I i ml was f urn I In the bill els In which It hid bun shlppid This Is the third shlpim lit of lit ef af rectel with tiibeii ul iss from Orange t'eiuutv ti New Vuirt within a month I he Hon 1 of He 1 1 tli suspect that si v - tial lit ids In that liicntltv must be if- ' fttlid and will toiiimunicate with the lei-ev st ite ltoinl of Health III itgard to tho m illt r WELSH IS A FIGHTER. He llcati-tl n Molt uf Poles lillll enpuiiN umi rreNtiMl Pour. YO.NKllUS, N Y, Ma) 7 Patiolninn P.itiitk Wel-h had an t t lllng time tall) this morning on Ingram stre'et while living to arrist a dlstinli ilv Pole W he u e sh pi ice d the man under ur ltst n liivi a i iv for assistant e and a .l.ii'ii of his toiiutiv nn u ian nut of luc.1 mi Mlt (l and 1ole the pi Isoue r I awav fiom 1 1 di W i lsh ts known as the lohii I. Sullivan of the police fun e, I and v hen hi s iw thue was a hard light befnri bun, he started In to whip the trowd lie I imled right ami left knock ing the Poles down as fast as tin ) ap pitmihed him Thev curled all kind of Implements of war, sin h ns ehalis, sticks and bid slats Welsh s uniform was tut ii Into shrtnde lie mho filed in arresting four of the Poles who were sent this morning to the peiiltentlar) for four months lij Judge Donnghue - 1 ComliiK llv enti, Hot froM l.rriim i rrtenUr itK rntfnlilnmrnt ' Mi iveulnit ll l.ctum llll SU Writ torty Iblr lil l pworth Lrinuei rnlrrtilamtnt to morrow irrn. ItiK ul Fonytb strcci V : i hurrh rourlb innuil isummrr-nliitit i frittvul of lb (Irloln 8 nlil t Iul comivitsl of A II T mil VV I Trl tint li)iei tomorrow irtnlEg II L.loD Park e'olumbu ivrnui inil On Hud'tihI ind rentb itrret Viual mil Initrutnentil eoncirt br Pttblnr PrmtilfrtiQ Sun 'ay i ho.it, Unt ltunlr4 ind 1lilrt riMrnlh ilreti, nit ot VVltlti avcmii, to murrnw ctenlns Pourth innuit nhtMtton ilrlll in recirtlcn of gi (,ro-ne 1 P&tiillon Tburi.lir tienlnc st iVchinr Malt 119 Put Kiev filth itrret Cornell I'ntvemtr illnnrr it tbi Itolil Dram vrlrk Plftb arnui uij Twcntr-itventh lire!, Thuri.1iy ivrnlrc Yon Ileutl The 12eiilni World I Do You lleud Tho Sundar World? GOOD J0KE,SAYTHEBREWEi1S. Workmon Make Light of tho Board of Trade's Thioatoned Lookout Tho Lntfer Insists Unit tho Iluflwclscr Iloyrott .Must Ho lilftctl. The statement published by A. K. SilfeTt, Secretary of the I.ager-Deir Ilii'Weis' Boartl of Trade, that unless the unionists' bojeott on the Budwelser Bier llnwlng Company Is withdrawn, all union employees will he locked out, Is regarded by thu Beer Brewers' As sentation as a geiod Joke The Beer Brewers' Assoclitlon Is the org miration ot union employes Its Stcietary, Henry Schambi, mid this morning that If any such lockout Is ordired It will affect only non-union 1111 11 'To the hest of our knowledge," snld Mr Sthambs, " there Is not a union man emplo)td bj tho Budwelser Compiny "The whole trouble arose," he contin ued "lij the Company discharging the only union men It had last April It all happened this wa)! The Ilmlwciser Company found that many of Its p 1 trons dropped off, because It was pro ducing non-union beer. 'To get arounl this difficulty, the Company compelled twelve of Its men to Join a union In doing so, It ob talnnlnui approval, because It promised to gradually unionize all its men When, nt the expiration of tho time In which this was to be done, we reminded the Company of Its promise, It responded by linking out the very men It had compelled to Join a union "This Is the whole Issue. We want the Budwelser Company to tnke hick these men and enrrv out Its promise " Secret irv Pelfert claims that there arc mnnv union mm now In the Budwelser's employ, "The wngis of union and non-union men, however," he added, "are tho same and so nre the hours of labor The object of the unionists In bovcotttng the Budwelser Company when there are sixty-four other eompmles In our Board of Trade, where non-union men nre alsO emplo)ed, seems to Indicate tint the itnloiiH feel they aie powerless against our loniblned force, mil want to assail us one after the other. We untletstaml their tactics and will tnke prompt action to break them up, unless thev soon I llse the bovcott " III llrnokl)ii, win re the BinlwctNer Couipinv has Its lirmvir), the lKivtott assuuiid a tinglble form this morning whin Mlchail Mulcahv, of 17 Horatio street, New York was hi Id bv Justice Tlghe. In the llutli r Street Court, for t samluatliin May 17 chimed with ns- Hilling Mlchitl Cain, of 171 Hicks street for patmnlrlng P II Butler's silion, nt Hatnson and Hicks streets, win re lludwelsir liter Is soltl Cain savs he paid mi attention to Mult ihv's request to bti) his beer else wheie, mil tint Mulethv thereupon fol low id him home, nnd when Cain again 1 inn- out of the house Mulcnh) sprang iil"n him, he sa), and beat him se vert I) CRIME INJJOALJEGIONS. ConilililllltleN 'I'errnrlreil li mi (liltli-lltillllil llrmi 11I11I loll. (Ill Anno! late I I'rei-t ) POUT RICHMOND, Pa, May 7-1'or a leing period lawntssness has pre vailed In the WjomliiK toil Ileitis, nnd hardly a week his passed slnte Janu ary tint 11 1 rime of heinous tharatter has not been tonimltted Within the last time months irlmo his been on the Inctease, ami Capt. W'halen, Chit f of tho Detective Department, st ites that thlrt)-llve invsterlous mid brutal assassin itlnns have bts-n committed, be sldt s otht 1 ittoclous deeds, In t vt i) Instance the ct lines have been traced to Hungailius ami Slavonians, who have maiiagtil to 1 scape. 1'ntlre cotnmiiultlf s have been terrorized by mt 111I11 rs of nn oath-bound orgaiilatlon, whose lutluente appt us to itacli frtun the intlir.ii Ite t oal regions of North tin Pt nns)lvanl 1 to the bituminous touutit of Central Pi iins)lvanhi, and wist of the Alltgheuv Mountains to the toke countrv The ttlmlnal riionl of the sections of the State eiiuiin ratttl show that during the last viar over .'no munliM hive been perpetrati d, and but si vt u of the murderers appit hendi d The same bod) of oigaulrtil outlaws committing these t rlnit s has also bet 11 guilty of the wholesale elestructlou of piopert), and the value alone of the toil brtakets and other mine works tle stto)itl In the' anthracite tountrv amounts to nearlv J-'.tmonoii So gnat has been the oiitlnwiv within a rt cent pt rlod tint the authorities have de termined to adopt more lesolnte meas ures to apprehend the livv-hti akcrs. NEGROES TO WORK MINES. Mllhllimi Operator to Tr to llrcnU lite Conl Strike. (tly ARNHliitrt I'rfiin ) BIIIMIXGII M, Ala, May 7 During the ptesent wetk a united effort to lire ik I lie big strike will be 111 tde by the mine operatois of this city. This will be done b) bringing back and putting to work at 1 the ttdittcd fc lie, rtfusttl by miners, 111 ki ns who went last Milium r to work In Kansas mines 1 pvvnnl of a lnin tltel nigio inlntrs have been biought to Blue Creek, nml mole' will arilve to il 1) These' tie ri ties will work under a he.ivv i'ii ml of eleput) sheillTs Annua, the strlklut, mliuts meat suf fering exists, and man) families aie ittuallv sttrvlng A tlitular litter of til i ill has bull niade bv the l'xecutlve Cumuli to all the trades nutans of Ala bimn for he lli M 111) of the' strikers inn' begging lor bit ul Hundreds nre In lug ftd on the striets lit n evtr) ilns Several South Aluhimn tovvns arc in ililktiers fot want uf coil to operate 1 let trie plants, two of the Sloss Iron and Mttl Compan) s blast furnaces have I bet 11 blown out, nml sivtral more are llkel) to be liankid this week This vvtek will 1 irgel) determine the result of the Ml Ike PULLMAN MEN MAY STRIKE. Cur-Shop I'luplo fen W nut I.nnt liiiir'ii "Anne t'iile llt'steirt'il. (My Aioi'lnti 1 I re ) CHICAGO, Mav 7 I nless the wage scile of last ear, whlth Is almost one- thlnl above the li'sent one. Is rt stored, the men emplo)til In the Pullman tar I shops are llkel) to strike A miss. meet- , lug of the emiilo)ies of the Pullman Compaii) was in Id In Kensington last i Veiling A tiiniinlttee of thlrt.s -nine, 'representing eveiv It partment at the works, was appointed to confer with the ottlelals of the Compaii) to-day and present the demands of the einplo)ees, The st ntlment Is almost unanimous among the einp!o)ces to quit work In rase the Cimpan) refuses to raise wages I Of the .'.urn or mure men tmplo)ed by the Compaii), It Is claimed that half of them hive nlread) Joined the Ameri can Hallway I'nlon CHARLES FROHMAN LOSES. Injunction Denied on the Piny "Clinrlt 'i I nelr." Judge McAdam, of the Superior Court, to-day rendered a decision, denying the motion of Charles Krohman for nn In junction restraining the production ot the play, "Charley's I'ncle," at the BIJou Theatre. Mr. Krohman said the title of the play and the posters were so similar to those of "Charley's Aunt," ot which he owns the American rights, that the publlo would be misled. CAVE PRISONERS ALL ALIVE. Tourists in Austria Who Wero Shut Off by Rising Wators. Itenphod This Morning by a Diver After Ten Dnjs of Htispcnse. (Dy Ainoelitf Preii ) OBATZ, Austria, May 7. A diver suc ceeded In reaching, at 10 30 o'clock this morning, the party of tourists who have been Imprisoned In the stalat tlte cavern ut Hourulch since Siturday, April 21, owing to a sudden rise In the water and the fact that the passage Into the cave became blocked with timber and boul ders The diver found nil seven of the tourists alive. It was at first believed that eight people were Imprisoned, and It was re ported that only one had been found alive. THE KAISER AT A FIRE. tin Summons Help mid Hides In n llurnlnir HIiiicp. (I)y Aaioclaldl Pretti ) POTSDAM, Germany, May 7. The vil lage of Gntow, near this plnce, was found to be on fire ut nn early hour this morning, and the flames soon spread In .1 most alarming manner, threatening wholesale destruction. I'tnperor William, who was at the New Palace, was notified, nnd he promptl) rode to the burning village after having nlarmed the Spnntlail garrison nnd after summoning the Berlin Klre Departmi nt to send a number of engines to Gntow. Before the arrival of tho firemen I'm pernr William actively nsslsted the vil lagers of Gntow In fighting the fl lmes The Hmperor busied himself In earning buckets' of water, wielded an nxe In cutting down dangerous beams and was the foremost In organizing succor for the people rendered homeless by tho con flagration. In i-plto of the efforts of the firemen and troops six largo farmhouses were destroyed. HONORING JOAN'qF ARC. Mnnj- Anii-rlt'iili Visitor! Assem bling nt Orleans. (lly Aitffoclate ri Pre". ) OUI.DANS, May 7. A huge number of American and Hngllsh visitors hive ar rived here In order to take pirt In the Joan of Arc celt bratlons Manv wreaths were plnced to-dnv upon the st uue erected In honoi of tho Maid of Orleans To-morrow, May 8, Is the anniversary of the day upon which Join of Arc suc ceeded. In ll'fl. In raising the siege of Or leans 1 he city had then been besieged bv the Hngllsh, under the Knrls of Sallsbui) and Suitolk, sine Oct. 1.', l'.'S. BAYARD GOING TO IRELAND. l.onl 1iiikIIoii Will I'lllertnlu tile t nltetl Sfiites Aiiilinssnilor. (tly Anclattsl I'rpsi ) LONDON, Ma) 7. Thomas r. Ba)nrd, the I'nlted States Ambassador, and Mrs. Bn)aril will leave London on Prlday next for Dublin, In order to spend a few ilnjH nt the Castle as the guests of Lord Houghton, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Mr. Androw Carnegie has tiken a beautiful seat at Buckhurst, near W'hlt tlnglnm, Sussex. AMERICAN DIPLOMAT ILL. Coiisiil-fieneriil IJilmirils . Ictlm of lliftnenrn lit Berlin. (lly Aciociateu Prpm ) BHBLIN, -May 7 The I'nlted States Cnnsiil-General, Mr, William Ha) den IMvvnrds Is seilousl) III. Mr. Kdw.irds Is surrcrlng from Influenza. Money to Iteiilnee t.lilri'N Museum. (lly Amoclattd Press ) ALHXANDHIA, Muy 7 The Council of Ministers has granted the sum of tlW.Otit) to eret t a solid building to re place the Ghl7es Museum at Cairo. POLICE IN A NEW HOME. I'.lulith Precinct Mill Inn In "voit nt li 1 MiiiMtonitTiil Htre'i't. The new l'lghth Precinct Police Stn tion, 2j Maiilougal street, was foimall) taken possession of and opened nt 8 o'clotk this morning, when tho (list plntoon of police was heut out on post by Capt MiCullngh. It was expectttl tint Inspector Mc Avo) would be present, but he was tlehoed, and Capt MeCuUagh assum ed charge. To-night, howevtr, the In spector and Captain nil) have a few wot ds to sav to the men of n cou gratulitoiy 11 iture, when the latter are turned out at fl o'clock Seigt James H J Kennej was the first ofllclal of his rink to sit behind the desk of the new station Tho new house Is n handsome and In evirv wa n tomplete building It Is slmllir In construction to the I'nst Mt) -seventh street anil West SKty elghth stieet police stations It cost about t'0,(, exclusive of the site The old house was built In 1W1, nnd was con ilemnid tin re ears ago as unfit for police business The force under Capt. McCtlllagh's command consists of Sergts Kennev, John McNamirn lllchard J Birry iintl J ihn M O'Kcefe, nnd nlncty-tvvo men "Tin World's ' evv I'ptowii Office. ! "The World's" Uptown Ofllce has moved into Its new quarters nt the Junc tion of Broadway and Sixth avenue, nt Thlrtv-sccond street. There arc eight entrances, two on Broidwny, two on Sixth avenuo nnd four on Thlrt) -second street. a. W01tI.I)!,lGi. Tbf ranili ot tn- Vnltnl States are 4 461 milts In Irnstb Tberee art about ISO 000 lulcltlii In tho world tirry year StitlMlidani r.tlmlti tbit four tlltlon perions bait ptrlibM In ir alnci thi teglnnlng of tho ibrlitlan tra. ( biplaln llofby maitti tbi iTiortfnt praytri that ban been beard In tbl llouil of Rrprearntl llvt'i for yeiri Tbi utisi ot ortaltriit ctrrali oatmeali, rnrknl wheit. Ac in laid to birn Increisol wonderfully In tbi lait fw yun Tbe Frfnch Conuo rision, rorertnc 150 COO quan mllfi and nftvlos t, populition ot 7,000,000, rontalni only 300 Buropcin reildtntl Tbi tlfsett dug ever known wai . Bt. llirnird nameil rilnllmmon, uhlbltid In Englind In 1E&S 11a itood IS Infaci bleb, it tbi ibouldir ind welibej !t4 pound! Tbi Iscriiu ot wealtb is tbi far Wtittrn Itatii during tbi put halt century bn been ez Inordinary, In 1IM tne iTtraci per captu ot population mi 1117, when In lltO It wis Jt.lM. Tki iiirin la nbodi Ulind. tbi rleheM New Biglml BUti. u H,4N In UW. teia21BBB5l LEHERS. ThU column it open to twrybody u-Ao hat a complaint to makt, a ffrtcvanct to xenttiate. infor mation to gne a rtftrt of general tntereit to d( run or a pubtte tenios to aeknouledge, and who can put the idea into Wi tKan 100 wordt. long tcttert cannot b printed The True (initlrmnn. To thf Kdltor' In rep y to 'Anilou. n ' quitl n, MVh t I a Btn-tlemt-n ' It Is almost a ilr-finHInn to m that he l tne ho nrur innift piln Thli ilesrrlptlon Ir 1oth rfflnr-l ant. no far as It rock Acc.ircto He U mainly nr ut 1. I In mere ly rcmovltiR oUtorU i which Miihr the free an1 uncmhirrtiw 1 action of those aTront liim anl he concurn vllh thtlr inoveirnnts rnthrr than takes the Inltlatho lilm nclf His tcnrflti mny be conaMcrel an parallel tn what an fnll-l tomforta rr convrnlfHci in arrunjti-mi-ntri nf a ftrnonal nature llho on nry chair or a Knl Tre, which -in tlelr I irt In dls trllltiK ri 1 1 mil fatlRiie thmnh nature proit0n both ininna nf rrt anl animal hrat without them The true gmllcman In like mannrr carefully aul1i whaterr m iy camp n Jar nr a Jolt In the mlnla nf thrne with whom he Is cast, all dnnhlnR of opinion or collision of feeling atl restraint or nuplclon or Rlonm or Rcntimmt hli nreat con cern I elm: to make thm at tholr eao aTii at homo He has his pe on all his company Ho Is ten der towarls tho lofhful gentle towards the dis tant anl merciful toinls tho aUurl UIUtTIi: IiKNON, Jersey City. A IlrtiK C Irk h 'lrliiU. To the Klltor 1 am a clerl; In a druB tore on a rromlnent enue of thli city I ri to work at 7 30 A M and quit at 11 or 11 3) 1'. M I get ono after n -on anl evinlng ru h week anl half of each 'iiulat While m duty I must alaa I o In a Kf-1 humur anl jlnnint I must laugh with some anl rry with oth'M 1 must put up with rranky ol 1 v omen who don't Vn iw what tliey wi.nt anl worse jet, with woull be amnrt girls who knott what thf wsnt, but stanl and worry a clerk ly trelr tltterlnc anl RlRgUng and Mm ptrlnR In tnlnc to tell him I know from in own elfiht jtsrn experlrn-" thit there are no cltrks In nny i rot-'-'lon who are worrlel more by Rlrls tiian dniK dirks anl when It comes down to the truth all thiv are after Is onty fnr extract, face p wder, ro ise. Ac, To bae all the aforewld fun on sets' $15 per week, which Is the avenuo wircs oi a drug clerk for working fiom sixteen to wtentecn hours a di, What other profe-slon I would llko to know has such lorn? hours anl small compfnsation' let we are conceltel and fresh HUGO Inili'lH'iiileiit WorkliiKiiiPii'. I-onKiie To tho 1- lltor Is It not time that worklncmen FhoulJ at once orranUe a political pirty to le known as the Indepen lent WorklnRTen s I rapuo of America' Such nn i tk mlit Ion wool 1 not Interfim with la' or or trilta unions, tut to be purrly polltlcil with tho hoi. oljitt of Imirovlnu tin iokIUmis of tho tolltna; mapei, w llh a brnn. h of tho nforirnll li mut In eer warl In the cltj, anl n f.erv rt In thw Ian 1 wlieto wo em mert ono niRht rich week anl dlcu.i pullle qu("tlrns anl questions atTtttln? our Interesis Sucb a din it v.-. lnff In ton no tldi with nail leaK'ie would not cost much anl woull act rs a ere it initi al elmatlon to worklngmt-n nl when election time eomin aroun 1 l t ns sen 1 from our own rinks to tho l. KlMaturo rooI anl honest men who will adiorah Iiwh to rcRulJlo linmlpratlon and th it It will help to stay tho hanl of the mo noiollst tjrant , ilWCB J MOI.I.OV, t' irk aicnue ,11m nkljn A I)riinitiUtT (lep il let. To tho i: lltor ' S 11," bonier;- wnnts to Know If ho fthoul 1 main a rooj dret'-mnkcr? Ctrtilnly he t-houll irt)II 1 hu Io.pk her mil her nlnne not for the mt ney that Is eomlni- to her Whv nhoul 1 ho ob Jit t tn her ocupitlon? If he Fhoul 1 be taken slik anl die tYe woull not le thrown upon the iharlt of her frlenlt but woull le able to sup jort htrttelf lias tho nnj ohju tlnus to marrlnK ou on account of jour octupitlon I can II 1 oj Inlon In thit 'S II" Is one of thine oer-dre-ttel doles who mike J 6 or t7 a w.ek anl who lot k down upon any Mrl who his to work for a HiliiK Come, 'S' II," le penlble nn 1 tnke couraKO an 1 nsk the dressmaker the nil Impor tant question anl jou will ntcr regret It A IlHLMMvKU. AVInn tTJo Tiiin'nt I Honn. To tho l'lltir ' ntl-ledcrnl ' ir-ed lnc no fear for tho Ue puhll hhoill the pnlu dnllo to own tho rall roals fir IUfnrmers wint trust to tho honor of i oUti-lins but' prop"o that the I U'-lnesi of the (iornni(nt tihitl lo tonluctel on ImslnesH prln Iples I . 'lnK the i mplc a ilnnco to .oil nn inrasures as will as ftp nun Through tho inltlalho anl rt f ren lum now In t,cr i reform j I iform tin iiople m take nre if thilr ! own Interims It thc hi 1 tin. rlht to Inltlitt anl Mite on laws to dij thero woutl le who nf tho iuier on 1 dej-tlintlon that nils the inuntry in tlu Icautlful Ma 1it J uniltn How tn Kmi Don n W lilstUrrN. To the I lltor Kijljlnt; to "Jero I) ," or Irookhn In reKirl to the growth of his whiriktrs I woull fi tint I an twint four a Moult, mil Mini $ ftit 8 Indit-i I hio Inn Mmlnn alnce I wis Rlxtrn, j nn I take i Ua-'ure In phailni? err mornlnt, which Is at sill ii I ely nircnar In orler to Ki p m fate loiklng neit I can prow a Miol larl i anl hive f t r the last three Winters 1 am nf r il 1 Jtro I) ' Is a llttlo lazj, anl I woull aucc st , tint he Phio eer di ns 1 do anl then those 1 contemitn-ble thlnss ' would le kepi out of sight m:t I'Atn lllttnkm of Ijiiiik;iiiikl, To the IMItor To (irimmatlcus In reattns jour Important cornet Ions cf lunula r mistakes In the .'nullah iatiKuit-o I nnd that jou hae jtt to le-irn a bit 1 of firiinmir Tor jou write this exprt-slon ' The samj -nlstake appirs In Mich exireiioni as this .Sow tverjuod) knows that this Is wilRar, and sioutl real 'The samo mistake a pears In euth expressions as thesp ' Tut as jou Mo but ona t x resslon as an example I fhoul 1 aay "Tho same mistake arpears In euh an expression as this JOS'AS SKKHOF. 1Tit-HiirliMl. i 'Iiip-NontcMl. earn. To the riltnr For the Information of your correspondents as to the existence of ' two storj" ears, I would refer those gentlemen tn the Minister of German Hall wajs who can ery easily enl this little war by tellln " lluropean anl Amerlco-IIuropean" that "regular two story enrs " not " top-stat cars," ha.e been for many jcars and are no doubt run nip now between Krankfort-on-the Main and Of-fenbach-on-the Main niZUMAN, Brooklyn, N. Y Cliiniri- fur tlip 011 HooUUeeper. To the I. lltor It 'Pair I'laj will send the "old bookl eefer an I g-alekmsn to tho office of the New 1 orlc Ilrant-h of tho Association of Commercial I?m plojees, J an! 4 Stme street, room 63, he may be able to s-ure a position This asrociatton Is a tenefclal society, cnl although Its emplomrnt de r art nunt was opened only for th use of Its members, neicrtheless It Is wllllns to help others, as ftenerally ther are more vacancies nn hand than suitable apptUants A MI'. Mil Ell. Kuriilihud Iloum T,lfc To the Fdltor Now thit tho boardlntthousa question has been I reel y discussed, let us have a few compositions on the life of a furnlt-tiM room man, and whether furnished rooming: Is bcttei than board In jr. cheap er, Ac, I hae been rooming for two years and nnd It beastly, In fact limply existing and quite expensive too. Do tbe other roomers tiara th aama opinion? Let us hear from Hem UOOMEIt. Drensmnkcr Are flood Wl- c To tbs Editor. "Would It b iaf for m to marry a dress maker?" N, D Yonkera, askt, I answer, yes. Dressmakers raakt economical, at well aa tood vtTta. Tbey know how to make tbelr own owns, MTtnr 701 from the oat tbtnra man moat drtads, al wif.'a drsaamaksr'a bill. UAT BrooKlyit Inetmie Out of I'poiilc'ii Slnntlm. Olga Neynmnn Is the real name of a Nc York jouiib 'coman who Is a pro fessional dentist. She belongs to the 1'lstrlct Dental Society, nnd the gen tlemen me ery proud of her. Miss Neymunn's time has a money value of $1 nn hour When her pitlents hne the toothache ten hours a day for a eek she makes $!'). Although -redlted with an Income of SlSUiO a ".ear, she lives motlcstls, dresses Quietly nnd belongs to Sorosls, Tunniir I.nil'H AlsltliiK llre.s. This Is a lsltltiB dress for young la dlts wear. It Is made of fancy woollen material, trimmed with matching Bilk formlrp tho bodice's front nnd sleeves, pnste buckles at the throat and at the waist. Cn n n I n ir I'rult. The Important points In canning are o nne the fiult perfect In stnpe nnd nunllt)', tne sirup cleir, rightly pro portioned nnd boiling hot; the Jars hot rnl filled to o errlou Intr, nnd soiled qulckl and thoroughl-., that no nlr mny be left Inside, llnw all utensils In order nnd nt haul, that there may be no need less delaj. "IlllIP StllcklllKN." The grandson of lllshop Stllllngneet r.cnjnmln .StlllliiKlIeet tho author of n fe-w charming sonnets, was lery well known In literary tlnles nnd nssem lilles, whie li were rendered fimous by Mis Mtintngu, Mis Ord and Mrs. Vesey, nnd ns Stllllngfleet's stockings . were iiIwiins of the lntcnsest blue, nnd, of course, ery conspicuous by reison I of the fashion of tho peilod, Admlril Iloscuwen, a society man nnd a brao nlllcer as well, Jocularly culled these three ladles "blue stockings." The ladles, with whom (he Admiral was n fmorltc, good-naturedly accepted the name, nml soon all gatherings pre sided oer by women which Ind litera ture for their nltn or amusement, or ir.Hc enthusiastic welcome to scholars uf either sex, wero denominated blue stockings. SlirtllneN unit TeiiiNt. An nppttizlug relish for ten, or to sero as ,i course nt lunch, Is made fiom Kinllnes and toast. Drain the tlsht s on brown paper nnd cut jour I Int. til btfoio toahting Into strips a little longer and broader than the fishes. Lay one tlsh on each strip; stand In the otn until hot, nnd scatter lightly with grated l'lirmcan cheise. Garnish the dish with parsley nnd lemon and bene a portion on e.uh plate. Wfiltllni-: l'nes. The Trenton True American hns been talking with bomo Xcw Jersey dominies about w cilillug fees. Ono received for Mich a serlce, In a monogramed en velope, ,i bridge toll ticket of the nlue of two cents. Another got something neatly wrapped In paper. He took It to a grocer, told him that It was a wed ding fee, that he had not opened It, nnd did not know whnt It wis, but he would gle It to him, "sight unseen," for a i watermelon. Tho grocer ugreed, the domlnlc seized his melon, and the grocer I found In the paper a slher three-cent piece. One bridegroom, ns he passed out with his bride, tluew Into the worl' basket nn old pair of gloies, sajlnc to the ministers wife thit sho might have them. Tho minister's wlfo looked at them with scorn and contempt. A few da later, however, wishing to do somo gardening, she thought tho despised old gloves might be useful after all. She attempted to put them on, nnd found a dlfllculty. In every ono of the fingers there was a Jj bill. CcitikliiLr. I'litittopn, , Totatoes should cook well nnd thor oughly In thirty minutes, provided they nre covered with boiling water and placed on an even fire. They should bo kept boiling after they begin, but not fuilously, as that Is opt to break the surface before the centre Is Cjne. The tlmo of cooking must be calculated fiom the moment tho boiling water Is poured over them. When the potutoes are done the water should be poured off nnd the steam allowed to e-bcnpe. linked potatoes tnke about forty-five minutes to cook. Ilnme l'h nielli Culture. Apropos of home gymnastics, which every one Bhould try to practise occa sionally. If not dally, they should be nf euch nature as to expand the chest, nil no the shoulders, draw back the head and give erectness to the form. Going up nnd down stairs and an ordi nary amount of walking give the lower limbs abundant exercise. The appli ances provided should be of such a nature as to produce tho required re sults with the least possible expendi ture of time, nnd for this purposo there is nothing equal to pulley-welghtB. A pair of light dumb-bells, weighing; from ono to three pounds, and a single one, weighing from six to twelve pounds, are ilso desirable for wrist, arm and bck' exercises. Wooden dumb-bells nowadays are preferred to Iron ones, because the latter chill the blood. To the.cl.is. -weights and dumb-bells should be added one pair of Indian clubn. The JjllliWiTTTlTi use of these pieces of apparatus need not disturb any one else In tho house, nnd from five to fifteen minutes' dnlly work, although It will not make a San dovv of you, may add Inches to your chest and strength to your arm. The eost-nlw.ivs a point which Insist 1 upon consideration need not be great. ' In exchnnge for five or eight good ' dollars one enn get a light chest-weight i suitable for ladles or children's use. Dumb-bells cost from 20 to -13 cents a pair, and Indian clubs, weighing from one to one and a half pounds, 40 cent jf a pair. h Wrinkles In Millinery, There nre two wrinkles in hat trim ming. One is locating two noscgnvs of violets In the back, whlcn aro only vis ible from a renr point of v lew, the other Is a w renth made of tiv Isted ribbon that fits round the Psyche knot. This fillet la made of white ribbon or fine floWers, such as forget-me-nots, lly bells or rose buds, for evening bonnets. nrown Ilrenil nml Crnnlierrlen. A brown bread puJdllng combln"d with cranberries Is more fumllHr to Hngllsn cooks than to ours. It Is msde bv mix ing six ounces of brown bread crumbs with three ounces of powdered tURnr. To Oiese must be added the jolks of threj eggs, a quarter pint of stlflly-vvhlpped cream, a little grated lemon rind, a pinch of powdered cinnamon nnd the beatea whites of the eggs. Put a pound of cran berries In a saucepan with a little sugar and a half cup of water, and stew until tender. Putter a pudding dish, strew It with some brown bread crumbs and put about a fourth of the pudding mixture In It: then place In a laver of tho cran berries, picking out big seeds nnd sepa rate pieces of skin, nnd more of the mix ture, more cranberries, nnd so on until the dish Is full. Sprinkle a few grated crumbs over the top. Pake for an hour. Simmer the remainder of the cranberries till the juice gets thick nnd use as sauce to eat with the hot pudding. nirls In 4'rlitlriii shirts. D The pride of the fair oung man'i n bosom Is the gridiron shirting which has bars of color, running parallel with and ns wide ns his teeth or his eyes. They aro I'ngllsh, nnd not only good stjle, but awfully good form, being con structive. A man with a receding chest swells out like a Corbett under a pink, blue, lllnc or old rose gridiron bosom. Now the tailor-made girls aro showing gridiron shirt fronts, nnd tho sweet, willow v voun,? men nre Fad Kxceptlntj the tall, the giy linens nre exactly alike nnd worn with white collirrt, 4-ln-hinds. The bosoms nro three-ply anil done up ns stiff ns bheet tin. Nn Troutilf is, llli Collar Ititdoiin. Haberdashers In Prondwav have nice llttlo buttonhooks for tho shirt collars, nnd cuffs, nnel ns they ere selling re marknbly well the temper ot the New York male la expected to improve. Tfiinntii (-'renin Siiure. Cook half a can of tomatoes with 1 sprig of tlivme, one stalk of celery, a slice of onion nnd n bit of bav leaf for twenty minutes. Add half a snltspoon ful of soda ind .strain. Make a cupful of crenm sauce by melting a tablespoon- B ful of butter, ntul adding a t iblespoonful of fiom nnd a cupful ot cream oi milk, nnd just before serving, comb'nc with j the tomato. Season with salt and cay- I enne to tnste. Tho soda will make the j sauce less llible tc sep irate. This sauce j will be found ver good to rervc with other things besides th" lobster cutlets, nnd cliff eis somewhat from the usual tomato sauce. Ilit IlnlilfN if (iiipi-ii Vlctnrli. The habits of the Queen nre vtiv sim ple nnd regular. Years nqo It was cus tomary for her to rise nt 7 In the Sum mer nnd 8 In the Winter, now she gen- ci ally stnvs In bed until 9, having cocoa nnd toast before getting up ISreakf.ist proper Is not quite punctual now, but In Summer It Is still often part ikn of on the terrace. This meal, ns n rul, so far ns the Queen Is concerned, con slstt of frlnl bacon, egg, thin bread nnd butter nnd ten, but occasionally porrllga Is substituted. One Indian nttendant and one servant wait on table. ictiiirliii: Puns. New tins bhould stand near the firs with boiling water In them, in which I Iran been dissolved a spoonful of soda, for an hour; then be hcoured Inside with ' soft soap, nnd nf forwards rinsed with i hot water. Keep them clean by rubbing with soft wood ashes or whitening. I Dress fur n Mill ehlilillp. Tr the up-to-date mermaids, I.IIIpU tlon clothlets have somo quaint cos tumes. One for a wee girl on her first SmMk V TTiiW rYV legs Is a white serge slip with a sjar and anchor on the yoke, and a marine-blue flannel jacket v 1th whlto rovers and bras3 buttons. Wimiii-ii'h Fruit Hunches. Trom statistics prepared by the Call-, fornla Hoard of Agriculture it appears thnt In frult-mlslng countries one-third of the ranches are either owned or mnn aged by women ; In the raisln-produclnff counties women are well represented. In Tresno County only ono woman has failed or been obliged to give up tin business. In Santa Clara County, rep resenting $33,000,000 of tillable property, one-third of It Is owned by women. P Oakland, out of 100,000 Inhabitant, l.W women are actively engaged In Inde pendent business, exclusive of the arti and professions. Nine-tenths of the rov ployeea of cunning factories are girl.