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I THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1894. 5 ,HIB
BEAT HER PRESERVER.
Thrall Felled Mrs. Tiedeman from
in Front of a Cable-Oar.
Then She Whaled. Him with Her
Moral! Don't Try to Sate Women
Who Have Itheuinatlc Arms.
Mr. Eliza Tledeman, a respectable
business woman, who Uvea In tier own
bouse at 6S2 Kast One Hundred ami
Thirty-fourth street, and keeps a mnily
and Ice cream store at 296 Third nvenue,
was arraigned In Harlem Police Court
this morning, charged with having dls
I turbed the peace at One Hundred mid
Twenty-llfth street and Thltd avenue
at 11 o clock last night by striking a po
liceman with her parasol.
Mrs. Tledeman had Just left her store
for home. She started to crocs the a ve
nus on the south side of .One Hundred
and Twenty-tlfth strict to board an "L"
train for home, The Third avenue and
One Hundred and Twenty-llfih utreet
cable lines cross each other at this
jwlnt, and It la one of the busiest and
most dangerous spots In Harlem. Mra.
Tledeman waited on the msl side of
the avenue to let a south bound car ko
by. She then started across and steppid
Immediately In front of a north-bound
car that was going at a smart gait. In
order, with its own momentum, to cross
One Hundred and Twentv-llfth street
all cars must let go the grip at this
Junction. Mrs. Tledeman was only
about three feet from the cable car
when Policeman Thrall, seeing her dan
ger, grabbed her by the lett aim and
pulled her back.
Mrs. Tledeman has rheumatism In the
left arm, ana the policeman t gilp caused
her pain. The right arm, however, was
unlmpulred. The policeman, by wav of
thanks for his trouble, received a snarp
rap on tho arm frum Mm. 1'ieUeman h
parasol, bhe accompanied the rap with
some emphatic remarks 'Hip woman
then maued to cross again, but disdain
ing the assistance of tne policeman nlie
was again In danger of Mepping in front
of the second car, when Policeman Thrall
again tried to btop her. Mrs. ricdiman
became greatly excited, and (or a second
time struck tne policeman with her para
sol on the head and necK. The policeman
called Policeman MUey to his assistance,
and the two had all they could do to take
the woman to the station-house. She was
promptly balled out by her husband.
This morning In court Mrs.. Tledeman
admitted that she might have btruck
"I had rheumatism," r'lo said, "and he
hurt me when he clutched me. 1 have
done buelnoss In Harlem foi the lad
twenty-four years, and nevir met with
The Justice asked her If It wa3 not
better to be pu'.led away by a policeman
than to be run over? This he released
Mrs. Tledeman Is short and stout
and eminently respectable. Hhe ami
her husband have made a small for
tune In the Ice cream and candy busl-,
ANOTHER FIRE AT PHILLIPS.1
Wisconsin Forests Mill Ablate, ami
Hefuuees Seeking Shelter.
(By Aasoclaled Press.)
PHILLIPS, Wis., July 30. The fire last
night broke Into u blaze all along the
docks and In many portions of the city.
The forest fires are still raging to the
north and west of here, and It Is re
ported that several small stations be
tween hers and Ashland, on the Central,
have been wiped out. The town of
Worcester, a few miles west of here. H
reported to have been destroved. The
family of John Hllcher. consisting of him
self, wife and tlve children, came in this
morning and reported their houv.' gone
and all their crops burned up. They Hay
the town was burned, but as It only con
sisted of a few houses, wlelcl) scattered,
the financial loss Is not heav)
The danger Is that some of 'the families
may have been hemmtd In by the (Ires
In the woods and have lost their lives.
From all directions there come reports of
destitution and suffering among the
EARTHQUAKE ON THE SLOPE.
A Sharp Shock Followed by the
Full of li Mrlrur.
(Br Associated Press )
LOS ANQULBS, Cal.. July 30. This
city was shaken by an earthquake last
night at 9.11 o'clock. The direction was
from the northeast to southwewt, thoush
most of the movement was more of uu
upheaving than of an undulatory char
acter. It Is described as a sharp shuck
nut not doing much damage. At Santa
Monies and San Pedro a tidal wave
was looked for by the timorous but
no Indication of one was noticed
At Acton there were thiee distinct
hocks, the most severe ever tell In
that region, but no particular damage
Is reported. The peculiar feature of the
affair at that place, however was that
Immediately after the vibrations ceased,
a large meteor, similar to the one
which attracted so much attention on
Friday night here, was seen to full to
the north It appeared like an Im
mense ball of blue tire and apparently
moved from the zenith to the north In
a rapid way.
Ton rend "The Rvrnlner World?"
Do you read the Sunday World?
IN THE WORLDJJF LABOR.
i "., "'"rot li" been appointed Label Leoturer
r Hie Journeymen Urewera' National Union.
The Machinists Lnion. of UrooKlyn, hi) re
eleetel lla olUi era. During tha heated term tha
fif . .. """It" W ha held every nrit and
third Wcdnealaa ot tha monih
Secretary Lrntat llohm. of tha Central Labor
federation has receive! a letter from Krank
Voiji an orranirer (or the American federation
or iibor located In Atlanta. lla., Inloralm tha
moiemcnt (or independent political action.
J I mnollv J Held aj ii. Itowe are the
ii. .'. 'l''r"'J reprcaenlatlvej of tha .Newark
Hrkklaura and Maiona' t'nlon at (ha Eaaei
rralta Launch. The Mile Knd Rplnners' Local
v.aeinbly h of L, unt as delrgalea John J.
Uutler T Partington anJ laaac Hill.
No more clearance carda will be laaued by tha
AiuUainattd So. lely of Journeymen Plumbera
and Jaa-I liters arter this evenlnt Tha regular
u "llnita lll uko place eiery Monday at Central
Hull 117 Weal Thlrty.aciond elreel
ll as definitely fettled by the New York
1 lumen Lnion yesterday that a vote upon the
lueatlon ot the I nlted llrotherhood o( Carpenters
an I Juliiere will l, taken neat Sunday. Members
failing to alien 1 ll be fined 60 centa.
New .lelenalte were admitted to the Drooklyn
Central Labor t'lilon yesterday from Iron Mould,
era Inlons .Sos s and 21S, and rredentlala were
rt died (or delegates (rom Iron Moulders' Union
.No 2j, the United Uarmenl Workers and Walt
era l.oi al Assembly it, K of L.
Henry A. Illcka. ei-Maatar Workman ot Die
trlit Assembly 253. IC of I, building con
structors, has called a conference ot repreaanu
jves ot uraanlied labor, to be held at Ml East
l.iKhty-thlrd atreet to-morrow evening, to con
stdtr ihe question of Independent political action.
A call (or a con(erenca ot progreaalva labor
unions to consider methods for making strikes
jnd lioyrotls more effective than they have been
heretofore a Issued by tha Central Labor Fed
eration yesterday. Tho conference la to take
plau at CI Last Kourth atreet on Friday eienlng,
The ollcera elected by Bakers' Union No 13
are 11 Bngtltiacb, Prealdent, r. Klmmelhelm,
Vice-President, 11. Ilenner. Recording and Cor
responding Secretary, O. Klelechmann, Financial
Secretary, J F lleaae. Treasurer, A. Spink, Ber
seam at-Vrms, it. Oroaa, O. Rubeck. A. Schaub
The Central Lator Union received a letter from
Immigration Commissioner Senner, to the effect
that he did not know tha atandanl rates ot wage,
laid In the arlous trades In this country, so tha
he could Inform mechanics on this matter ano
prevent their being Imposed upon It was re
soiled yesterday tu furnish Commissioner 8enner
, wllh the necessary Information.
I Tho Urooklyn Central Labor Union. appointed a
epeclal committee yeeterday, with instructions to
draft resolutions condemning President Cleve
land for rending troopa aatnal the atrlklng mem
bers of the American Railway Union n.e reao
lulnns are to he sent to Mr. Cleveland, Qov. Alt
geld and senators Peffer and Kyle.
I The delerates of Cigar rack era' Union No. til
tubmiu-l a resolution to tho Central Labor Fad
eratlon jciterday, proposing that the Walters'
and llarlendera' Unions be suspended unless thoy
compel their members not to work in nonunlon
Mans. AUlou could not bo taken upon tha reao
IjIIoii an the Federation adourned before tho
matter could be discussed.
Tho Central Labor Union received a letter from
tho Mlfccellaneoua Trades Section yesterday, aak
Ing for the apiolntment ot a committee of nine
to alien 1 the evasions of the Constitutional Con
entlon and paaa upon all'amendmonta offered for
adoption from a labor point of view and to agi
tato for or against certain amendments. The ap
pointment of the committee waa laid over until
j JOHN A. M'DOUGALL DEAD.
Celebrated Artist nnd Father of a
family of ArtUta.
i NEWARK, July 30.-John A. McDou
gull, for half a century famous as an
nrtlst and litterateur, died last night
at his home, 151 West Kinney street. His
demise was the outcome of a long peri
od of Illness.
Mr McDougall was born In this city
eighty-seven years ago, and from boy
hood was a close associate of Edgar
, Allen Poe, Washington Irving, Nathan
iel P. Willis and others whose fame Is
I world-wide. These boyhood assocla-
I tlons were continued as each developed
In vears and In talent, and forty years
ago the little cote e comprised the most
1 famous poet, writer and artist of the
the height of his genius Mr. Mo.
L -JKu.il was considered one ot the best
landscape artists and colorlsts of the
day. lie had not done any work for
many vears, however. During Edgar
Allen Poe's vicissitudes Mr. McDougall
remained steadfast, siding warmly
with him In all his quarrels.
Mr. McDougall's wife, an octogenar
ian, live sons and a daughter, survive
him. All of his sons have followed his
pursuit, nnd each has made good use of
his Inherited talent.
John A McDougall, Jr., has acquired
I renown as an artist, and maintains a
studio In Paris, as well as one In this
city. Harry C. Is one of the proprle-
I tors of The Sunday Call, of Newark.
I and a contributor to magazines and
I newspaper. Walter McDougall Is, per-
I haps the best known of this talented
family, thtough his brilliant cartoons
in "The World." Walter Is also a
clever writer of fiction and Is President
of the McDougall Publishing Company,
The McDotical! family Is well known
In Newark society, and Mr. McDougall's
death removes one of Its most re
spected and revered members.
THE LAST OF CHIK0.
Thr IIIk Chimpanzee's Ilody Almost
llriidy for the Tnaldermlst
To-day the work of skinning Chlko,
the big chimpanzee, which died at Day
ton, O., last Thursday with Uarnum A
Hiiley's show, was begun at the Muse
um of Natural History, preparatory to
turning the big Simian over to a taxl
dettnlst. The body was emhalmed Immediately
after death and yesterday lay In state
In the Muxcuni, being Inspected by hun
dreds. Scientists anticipate Interesting
letailts from the examination of Chlko's
Marina for Three Mlsejlnsr Persons.
Tho mends and relatives of tha following miss
ing person, called at Police Headquarters this
morning anJ asked that ecneral alanna be aent
out foi them Max (lerler. twenty yearo old, a
mtchlnlst, of 101 East Fourth street; Ludwlg
1 Jchansen, a brskeman of Mxty.slxth street and
hleienlh avenue Pruoklyn, and John McCradden.
' forty-seven years old. a laborer In the employ ot
the Lexington Avenue Railroad Company. All
' have been missing since Saturday.
A Girl's Heroism, with Love as the
H "I might Just as well be In luJf s, only
I don't suppose I'd get JL'.iaiO a jear to
If ay ,n,!re'" anti Harry Laurence threw
ltvWay his clgnr, leaning languidly tmalnst
no door to survey the landsiape
Iretched before him. Me was heartily
Ired of t all, but ll was a good il.ain-c
J-the management for a lain Aint let
rm of tho only drug store in u-iia.
HJry "rst he had enjojed the striuie'- n-w
Jafof the place, but oveij thing had eveiu
ually become lonimuuplaci' the sandy
pastes, the cloudlets tUcs, the low
jMouses, and the town lively with crlmo.
kven the brilliant August moon and the
V faming sturs couid not I eautiiy It to
"m. Jn his estimation lie "mliwii ju-t
B well be In Imdtf.," for r-'umnur nights
H' Arizona somewhat resemble tlu low it
orM, f0 far as temperature ,s canivinr.1
Ue could hear vny plainly the music
ud shouts of'npplause which came fium
wBtt theatre down the narrow Mteit on
c opposite side, and the bouihI of angty
Jlces In the "Hell date ?aloan." Ho
."lderel half Impatiently who would be
'B9 net victim with a knife wound or a
CC01 "all In hla body that would need
f aid; for the clvlllaafon of Yuma re-
I irarded the druggist In the same light
as the doctor, much to Harry's disgust.
dadilunly the music In the theatre
stopped with a discordant crash. With
hi.irj ng feet and eager voices the au
dit nee enme out and gathtTid in a
riovvil arounil the entrance. As Harry
watched them Idly a man came run
ning down the bioad sidewalk to where
the ciliated lights of the drug store
"Hallo ouiig feller!" he panted, as he
caught sight of Harry; "yer wanted
I "Who the devil la Kavorlla?" aekeil
llany, regarding him with decided III
"Well, come along, an' .you'll find
out," tetortcd the other. "Hurry up, I
tell yer! Do joti want her ter die?"
So It was u girl this time. Harry'd
face crew grave at once, "I'll come,"
1 he anaW'Tt'd, and, giving n few dlice
t."Ji to his clerk, he followed his con
duiilor down Ihe street, through the
iroVrt of excited men, and Into the the
n"l whoso flaring lights nnd stifling
atnttfphere almost suffocated him. The
gautaA curtain was down and some of
DWYER ASSOCIATION OUTING.I
Lots of Fun 'for the 350 Members
and Tneir Friendi.
Baseball, Rsclns; and Gam or
Duck Varnish Amusement.
The outlns nnd games of 'the Thomas
V. Dwyer Association, held yesterday
afternoon at Whltestone Landing, I I.,
was thoioughly enjoyed by the 350 mem
bers and the friends who accompanied
them. Mr. Dwyer'e. organization Is In
the Fifth District, and he Is slated as the
reform candidate for Alderman next No
vember. In spite of Its anti-Tammany
character, however, there were many
Wlgnamltes on hand yesterday, as well
as politicians of all shades the outing
being of a purely social nature.
Besides Mr. Dwyer, who seemed to be
everywhere at once, there were also on
hand President Joseph J. Shay, First
Vice-President C. O'Neill, Second Vice
President Thomas Carmody, Financial
Secretary William S. Korshay. Treasur
er E. J. Brady, Scrgeant-at-Arma John
1". Ward, Hecordlng Secretary D. J.
Hopkins, I J. Lyons, J. J. O'Bourke,
M. Qrogan, ex-Alderman Jaehne, Wlll
anm ATckman, William F. Hull, leader
of the Independent Democracy of the
eighth District; J. J. O'Rourke, Richard
.vlolloy, Charles Konklln, President ol
the F.ndeavorB Association; J. McOonl
rfle, President of the Hickory Club; Pe
..er J. Carmody, of the White Star Mu
tual Benevolent Association; William
Monahan, Terence Monahan, John
Oonohuc, Charles Archer, P. Corcoran,
,'homas Butler, M. Grogan. Frank Dev
,ln, William Forshay, Patrick Lamphlet
J. Fogarty, Charles Culkln, Thomas J.
McCormlck, J. J. Keenan, George H.
The steamer John R. Lenox, which
had been chartered, left pier 44 North
River with the party on board at 10
o'clock, and proceeded to Stlmmcl's
Pavilion, at Whltestone, where break
fast was sirved. Games of all kinds
were Indulged In until 6 o'clock, when
dinner was announced.
The return to this city followed. Prof.
Eckerson's Hand of fifteen p.ecea fur
nished the music.
The games began with a 100-yard dash,
which was won, with a few Inches to
spare, by Peter Carmody; W. Reed sec
ond, J. Hughes third.
Fat men's race, won by M. Mahoney,
210 pounds; P. J. Lyons second, J. J,
Sack ra:e, won by W. Reed; J. Ryan
second, J. Montgomery third.
Ugg Race Won by Peter Davis, W.
Conk second, J. Montgomery third.
Three-Legged Race Won by E.
O'Brien and W. Latdlaw, P. Carmody
and C. Cuekln second, Thomas Mc
Cormlclc and B. Alter third.
The game of duck was won by John
The baseball game between the Dwy
ers and the P. J. Lyons Association
was the event of the day, and when It
was over the Indications were that the
umpires would have to be carried to the
hospital. It was won by the Dwycrs by
the score of 8 to 7. The teams were:
Dwyera. Lyons Aaa'n.
J. J Shay, p. P. Davis. :s.
It. McOulre. th. D Shsy, lb.
J. Hughes. 2b. W. Cook. p.
J. Crowley, rf. P. Thompson, lb.
M Orogen. If. J. Ooff, rt.
P. Williams, o. H, Lyons, ef.
X. McCracken. as. J. llannon, as
C. Cuekln. lb. J. Theodcrt, If.
D. Brick, cf. P. Cuslck. c
Umpires A. Drama and J. Montgomery
MURDER IN KANSAS CITY.
Railroad Ascent Shoots and Kill a
(By Associated Freaa.)
KANSAS CITY, July 30. Phillip M.
Jackley, a local commercial agent for
the Missouri Pacific Railroad, while
drunk shot and killed D. E. Wolf, a bar
keeper, at Fifteenth street and Grand
avenue, this morning. Jackley had quar
relled over the price of a drink, and after
using abusive language to Wolf, started
to leave the saloon. Wolf followed to
the sidewalk, and was about to assail
Jackley with a club when Jackley drew
a revolver and shot him between the
eye. Wolf died Instantly.
Ja;kley Is forty-rive jears old and one
of tfhe best know railroad men In tae
city. He Is also a Democratic politician.
Jackley became sobered up when he was
arrested and taken to the police station,
and now maintains that he shot In self-defense.
Train flabber Arrested,
(Dy Associated Press.)
T1LSA, I T.. July 30 Curtis Dayson, one of
the aeven men who held up the weatbound
i 'Frisco freight at Red Fork a week ago, was
arreated near that place place and taken to
Fort Smith. He admlta hla guilt, and haa given
Information that wll doubtless lead to tho arrest
ot tho older membera of the gang.
Steamer Wrcclied on Arrow Lake.
I (Hy Asaoclsted Press )
NAKl'Sl', O. C. July 10 A terrible wind storm
swept over Arrow Lake yesterday, Tho steamer
HIMIltwae, lying In Nakusp harbor, waa broken
lit wo. The steamer Lytou, unloading railroad
Iron here waa drlten ashore and damaged 12,000.
Wire Men In Drlef.
I William W. Woathorrod, one of the oldest po
licemen on the Lexington (Ky..) force, waa eliot
list night and Instantly killed by William Clatk,
a negro, whom he waa arestlng The negro waa
Frederick Love, aged twenty-nine, was drowned
last evening while bathing In tha Chtcopee River.
The body haa not yet been recovered.
The Itev. O. A. Walker, one cf tha trat
preachrn to enter the Illinois Held, and for over
fifty yeara one of the leadera of the Methodlat
Churrh In that Stats, died last night at
rrlnceton. Ill , after a brief Illness, lla waa
elghty-aeven yeara of ago
the wooden chairs were upset. As he
threaded his way to the back of the
stage Harry suddenly remembered that
he had seen posters In front of the the
atre that afternoon announcing that
Favorlta would appear for "one night
only," therefore he concluded that she
must be the dancer he had heard the
men talking of,
The girl was lying on a rude couch
hastily extemporized In the middle of the
Btage. A stout man with a very red
face was swearing and gesticulating
violently, and a young woman In an ab
breviated ccritume bent over the suf
erer. Scenery fell," explained Harry's con
ductor, "knocked her flat, byrosh!"
Harry put the stout man gently aside
and bent over the dancer, who lay mo
tionless, her short spangled dress In
dreary contrast to the white face and
closed eyes "Go for tho doctor, Pete,"
he trn.d, shortly, to the man who had
summoned him, "and hurry, for It's te
Kneeling beside her, he raised the girl
to a more comfortable position, noting
with surprise tne beauty of her uncov
ered neck and arms, for the thiutrlcal
talent which honored Yuma was not as
a rule the best.
Dr. Fatqtihar was not long In making
his appearance, and Immediately the
stout man, who had irgardcd Hurry with
disfavor, came forward bristling with Im
portance. "What's the matter with her,
anyway?" he asked.
The doctor looked up. "She's badly
hurt," he answered, gravely: "spine at
fected slightly. She'll get well, but she'll
never dance again If she knows what's
good for her. who's running this?"
"J am," returned the man. "
STRUCK WITH II BEER GLASS.
Saloon "Stoker" Sullivan Oamt
Noar Losing an Eye.
Wat Smashed In the Face by Har
tcntler Hugh McOlbuey.
A drunken fight In Henry Dahnke's
liquor saloon, "? Second avenue, yrster
day afternoon almost cost one .man the
sight ot an eye. The man nssaulted was
Jeiemlah Sullivan, a coachman, out of
work, forty-five years old, living at
3U ICast Forty-eighth street. He was
itruck with a beer glass In the hands
of Hugh McQIbney, the bartender of the
At D o'clock yesterday afternoon Sulli
van rushed out of the hallway, which
led Into the saloon, with his face cov
ered with blood. Ills appearance as
ho fled through the streets frlghtenod
the people he passed.
He ran directly to the East Fifty-first
street police station, wh ere an ambu
lance was summoned from the Flower
Hospital. Dr. Stewart found that Sul
livan's left ear was also badly cut, and
removed particles of glass from the eye,
which was badly cut and bloodshot.
While Sullivan was being attended
to Detective Lantry hurried to the sa
lon, but found the place closed. On
making a search he found tha bartender
In the hallway with his hands cut and
oleedlng. He denied that he threw the
glass at Sulllva.i. but said that the lat
er fell on the glass and cut himself.
McOlbney was locked up on Sullivan's
barge of assault and violation of the
Sullivan has not worked for some
time, and of late has acted as "shaker"
In the saloon for his drinks, doing such
work as running errands and cleaning
out the place. Yesterday he got Into
some argument with the bartender,
which wound up by McOlbney picking
up a beer glass and smashing It on his
When the case was called by Justice
Meade, In the Torkvllle Court, this
morning, It was learned that the in
jured man was not present. It Is al
leged that he had been seen last night
nnd Induced not to press his charge.
Dahnkc Ih a Tammany Hall politician,
and It has quite a following In his dis
trict. Justice Meade adjourned the
SMUGGLED OPIUM SEIZED.
SeYenty-flrei Cans Found on the
City of Poebla.
(13y Associated Press )
SAN FRANCISCO, July SO.-Custom-House
Inspectors seized scventy-flve
cans of opium on the coasting steamer
City of Puebla last night. No arrests
were made. The smugglers are known
to the authorities, however, and It Is ex
pected that they will be arrested. The
steamer, which runs between San Fran
cisco and Puget Sound ports, haa caused
the customs Inspectors bome trouble In
Between 300 and 00 tins of opium have
been taken from her at different times.
In one case the second assistant engin
eer, having been reported to Ooodall,
Perkins & Co. for alleged complicity In
an opium transaction, was dismissed
from the service. The opium was found
at his residence. The chief engineer
was removed to another steamer at the
The Puebla Is an old Havana liner,
and Is said to have been an Important
factor In the smuggling of cigars to New
York In former days. She has many
hidden nooks and corners, these belrg
a feature of her original construction.
Consequently she Is a difficult ship to
search. The opium found yesterday was
concealed behind an Iron plate supposed
to support a heater In the bollerlroom,
but which was fastened to he wa'.l by
one bolt, five others of like appearance
TO TAKE PULLMAN'S MEN.
Reported Purpose of a rrr Bleep-Inst-Car
(Dy Asaoclated Tresa )
CHICAGO, July 30. The Record says
' this morning: "If negotiations now pend
ing are carried to a successful termina
tion the striking car.bullders at Pull
man will quit the 'model town' In a
body and become employee of a power-
I ful new corporation, organized for the
manufacture of palace and freight cars
and day coaches.
For more than a week iiecret commu
nications have been passing be'tween the
agent of the coiporatlon ll. Chicago and
the strikers' Central Committee. As
soon as he negotlatons have reached
a more definite basis the mitter will
be laid before the body of the strikers
for their sanction and approval. A man
who has had a part In t lenegotlalluns
Is quo ed as saying that the corporation
has a capltallzailon of So 0)0. WO anil that
Its works wl.l be located at St. Louis.
Also that much of the meney back of the
enterprise has been subscrlhtd by Last
cm and English Capitalists.
Nhe Snnlloned Cnrliollo Avid,
Kato Vark, twenty. two years old, attempted
suicide at bar home. 402 Kast Seventy.seventh
atreet, last night at 6 20 o'clock by awallowlng
a quantity of carbolic acid, she was removed to
tho Ptesbyterlan Hospital, where it waa be
lieved ahe would live It la aald ahe bad a
quarrel with her husband.
The a O'clock Edition and tha
lportliia Hxtrie of The Evening
World contain more sportlns; news
of Interest titan can he found In
any other wealaai newspaper.
the luckl This Is the third time she's
failed me Fainted twice on the road.
Cun she travel'"
"Certainly not," replied the doctor,
"unless ou want a funeral on your
"Well, then, Rosalie," said the man
ager, turning to a girl who stood by,
pale even through tne paint laid thick
on her face, "you may as well pack up
You'll have to play off as Favorlta, and
the train leaves at once. Look sharp!'
"Da you mean," Inquired the doct r.
"that vou are going to leave the girl
"That's what," answered tho other.
"We're dated all ulong through Cali
fornia, and money Is money. It she
can't dance she's no use to me, and I
can't afford to run a hospital. I guess
some one'll take rare of her; she's
Sood-looking enough, although she's
own on that sort of thing. Too darn
particular for the business "
Dr Farquhar gazed at him In nngry
dlst-iiF' "You brute!" he fxc'ilmeil at
mt. "Did joii hear that, Harry?"
I"H Harry did not answer. He was
looking at the girl who lay almost with
in hli arm' She was beautiful there
was no denying It. Her soft auburn hair
vas th work of nature, not of dye
The lashes which shaded her cheek were
limir a'Hl dark, her mouth neemt'd made
I fur kisses nin her Bkln wan llki a
IrMld'n Suddenly ah" opene-l 'or ev
They were soft anl dark, and filled with
miff Tin t the manage) naitil
.worda the blood rushed In a torrent to
her face, she tried to rise but fell hack
with a moan, looking up pleadingly at
the young man who .ltipported her
Hnrrv hesitated no longer Arizona
was monotonous at best: the girl wat In
trouble. Why not? He whispered a few
I words In her ear, bending low to catch
her autwer: then, taking his friend
aside, he held a low consultation with
"All right," replied Ihe doctor. "You
can afford It, Hal." Turning to the
scowling manager he added savagely:
"Take your Rosalie and get out, you
sneaking cur. We will look out for the
Soon afterwords It was talked of con.
derably over the bar of the Hell date,
Thli Is the week that may bring forth
a few npiets In Lengue standing, and
which will undcubtedly furnish the best
contests of the season. Iloston pitted
ngaliiBt Ilultlmorc to-day, to follow
with a run-In for three games with
New York at the Polo (around., Is a
combination that may have much to do
with who will b on top next Saturday
night Then, as a climax, Friday and
Snturday will see two duels between the
Harlemltcs nnd Davy I'outs'K band
from the Canarslc meadows, duels that
never fall to be for blood Urooklyn has
much to hope for In the direction of
fourth place, except for the ohctacle
presented in three tough ones with the
1'hllllts Cleveland strikes what looks
on paper like a " good tiling" In Louis
ville, and Kaltlmore regards the Sen
ators much In the muni' light The
trodden worm gets In Its line work once
In a while, and both the Orioles nnd the
Spiders may run up Hgalnst some sueh
article In this series New York looks
to have a fairly easy stride Into second
place, playing In present form, and It's
pretty nearly a sure thing to boy that
tho League will be led by live Eastern
clubs before many ilavs. One thing Is
certain, namely, that great baseball Ib
on the cards for this city and Urookhn
all the week.
As the season progresses bat work
seems to Improve, and hardly a pitcher
Is without the experience of being
slugged rather heavily Even th stars
are suffering In this way. and some of
them may have lost a little nerve It la
Just about this time, with the heavy hit
ters finding the ball, that exciting fin
ishes bring out the real Interest In the
game, and the cry "It's all over" Is not
heard In the sixth Inning.
Lively bidding marked the auction of
the Troy Club's franchise in the Eastern
League at the Rroadway Central Hotel
yesterday afternoon It looks a though
Scranton or Johnstown would got It, A
decision will be announced In a few days.
Mennwhlle the defunct Troy Club will
play scheduled games on a co-operative
A Polo Grounds crank Jumps upon
Baltimore's lowered crest as follows:
There waa a nine came here for tore.
Who tboutht the Glanti they could Door.
Harh of our pitchers shook hla paw,
And wo look three strslcht from Ilattlmor
la-la-ra, c. II B. B.
The Union Baseball Club, through Man
ager John Schaefer, of "JM Third avenue,
proposes a game with the Holy Rosary
or any other uniformed tram for the
benefit of "Tho Evening World" Kick
Babies' Fund. The team averageo twenty
years ot age and can play on Saturdays
The Summit Club, of West Hoboken. is
also anxious to chip In for the babies,
and wants a game with and club that will
play after 3 o'clock on Saturday after
noons. Charles Meyer Is the manager,
and his uddress Ik b Demott street,
West Hoboken Perhaps Mr. Sc.laefer
can arrange with the Summit players.
And Manager Tony Burke, of the Ro
sary, Jr., Club, wants to play the Cres
cents for the same noble purpose. Will
their manager arrange for a meeting
with Mr. Uurke at this office ?
Ixiuls Arnhelm, Torboro, N. C Taking
the total number of games played, ex
clusive of tied games, the percentage Is
that of the number of games won.
F. F. Percentage Is on games only
for League standing. The ratio varies,
NEW BAND FOR CHICAGO.
It Will De Heard at the Fetes of
(Dy Aeeocla.ed Press.)
CHICAGO, July 30. Commander B. M.
SchafTner, of the Illinois Naval Mllltla,
has secured the services of fifty trained
musicians, chosen from a list of nearly
l,(X)i applicants from all parts of the
country, and has organized a body to
be known In the future as the Chicago
Marine Band The band will be quar
tered on the battleship Illinois, and will
be carefully trained, the Idea being to
give Chicago a musical organization
which may. In the course of time, be
come as famous as the marine band of
It will be heard In all the fetes of the
nav-al mllltla and It Is designed to have
the bund give two popular concerts
weekly during the Autumn In a down
town hall. T B. Brooke, a composer of
note, as well as a band-master, han
been chosen to direct the new band.
The uniform of the marine musicians
will be patterned after the regulation
uniform of the United States blue In
Wlntei and white in Summer, with na
val Insignia In gold bullion.
EXPERTS PGIN TO-DAY.
naeatlajntlon of Ui'l'lnv e'a Accounts
May Take Bluntha.
Commissioner of Accounts Churles G.
F, Wahle, Jr., when seen by an "Evtning
World" reporter to-day, said that the
Investgatloo of the uccountB of Ex-Po-lice
Coinm ssloner McClave, formerly
Treasurer of the Police Hoard, will be
"1'tvn expert accountants from this of
fice will be out to work on Mr McClave's
accounts this afternoon. It will lake sev
eral week, and perhaps months, to go
all over tht accounts for several jears
past, and until the Investigation in en
tirely completed there will be nothing In
the way of news to give out." ,
State Granae 5!utrr Head.
(Uy Associated Press )
NORWICH N Y , July 10 -0.or. P. Cues
man, llaster of tho New York fiuta Oranro,
dropped dead In the bay Held Saturday after
noun from heart disease, aitravated by the heaL
He bad been In cood hialth, although consider
ably unnerved by tho recent death of his wife
Mr Cushmsn waa one cf the ntoneere in the
I grange movement In this Stale.
Ralph Smith, the Wells.Fargo agent,
deciding that Harry had a "snap." No
one dared speak ot It to him, however,
since the day when Pete, emboldened
by many "whiskey straights," saun
tered Into the store, and Inquired when
"he was going to give the fellers a sight
of his girl " Harry's revolver lay un
comfortably close at hand, and so all
questions were silenced. No one but
the dnctur ever saw the Inside of Har
ry's small adobe house, where he had
lived alone with his Chinese look and
big mastiff beforo Favorlta came, eir
knew that It was mted up with the
best that I.os Angeles could afford. Dr.
Farquhar told him that he was too ex
travagant Whereupon Harry laugh
ingly replied that he was trjlng an ex
periment, and he thought that his
money was not wasted If It made the
Weeks lassed, nnd Favorlta grew bet
ter, and waa able to wulk about and He
In the hammock, dressed in the soft,
clinging gowns that Harry sent as far
. as San Francisco to secure She tuld
' the doctor and Harry the story of her
life. Her muther had been a French
I ballet girl, an. I, while. travelling
through Kentuiky, had died at a enn-
1 vent In giving birth to her child. Her
I father she never saw. The sisters had
taken her and educated her for a nun,
but the life w is hateful to her One
night hc had stolen away and gone to
n theatre In Ioulsvllle. Darzled liv the
glamour of the footlights, she had gone
in the mnuagtr. who, struck with her
beauty, engaged her. It was not hard
to learn the dances, nnd she hid trav
eled with him two years when they
came to Arizona
Th doctor shook his head over Harry's
I experiment He had grown fond of the
girl Even the rhlnese cook smiled uti
her. Courage, Hum's big maattlT adored
her, and Harry well, Harry decided that
Arizona was not quite hades, after all
He refused to think of the future and
how It would end, until at last he was
He came home from the store one day
earlier than usual. "Little girl," he said
to Favorlta, "you and I have had a nice
time together, but I don't know what will
STAGE NEWS AND GOSSIP.
Manager Brady Says tho English
Provinces Qet Poor Companies.
Sir Augustus Harris at Work on a
Corbetl's manager, llindy, Inspected
"The Passing Show" at the Casino Sat
urday night In a brand-new English
suit of clothes and a pel spiring brow.
He savs that Ills Euiopean experiences
were very pleasant, and that he Intends
to repeat them next ear, when Corbett '
will appear for one wiek In each of the
principal European capitals. "I have,
learned a good deal about the show
business since I've been ubroad," raid i
Mr. Brady, "and I think 1 shall be able !
to turn my knowledge to good account.
England's a great place for theatres,
and I saw everything that was worth
seeing. I didn't enjoy my trip through .
the provinces very much. In Birming
ham we met with weather that was
very much like what ou have been hav
ing here. What feuiful companies the
English provinces gelt They would not
be endured In London. The statement
that we lost money In London Is not
true. We did not lose; we even made h
little. In Paris, where we played for
eight nights, He did splendidly. Wo
didn't do 'Gentleman Juck' there. Cor
bett merely uppeared at the Foltes Ber
gcre, and back there we shall go next
year. We've had the last act of the
play entirely altered, nnd shall do It as
we did It In Iindon when we uppear at
the American Theatre, We wire treat
ed very nicely, and some of our 'notices'
Sir Augustus Harris, who sails for this
country with Augustiu Daly nett Sat
urday, Is Just now said to be engaged
upon the construction of a new melo
drama to contain the very biggest scene
that has ever been seen upon the boards
of Drury Lune Theatre a house that
has seen a good many big scenes. It Is
a sporting drama which will send "The
Prodigal Daugh'er" Into dreary Inslg
nlllcanee. Blr tins will be aided by
Cecil Itntelgh and Henry Hamilton, and
they are manning out their play at an
English seaside town.
Anent "The Evening World's" para
graph on the subject of Imitative play
wrights. In which the similarity ot tlt.iH
between "The New fiuv" and "The Old
Boy" was mentioned, Henry White, the
author of th latter piny, says! "I beg to
stale that my farce, 'The Old Iloy,' waa
written and named before 'The New
Boy' was produced In London, and be
fore I had heard of the existence of the
Engllfh play. 'The Old Hoy' was tried
experimentally In Hrooklvn during the
week of Feb. 1 Whether this antedates
the production of 'The New Bo' I can
not say. In any event, I have certainly
not tried to Imitate Mr. Frohman's ac
quisition, and consider that the Insinua
tion does me an Injustice."
May Yohe is now going to sing the
leading role In "La Petite Marlee" In
London, and she eel lalnly should la It
full Jiastlcc. Her own matrimonial ex
periences, comic opera-lied, however,
would be quite as Interesting as any
that the must fertile librettist could de
sign, Little Ruby, the American dancer, will
return from England loaded with honors,
arid fond dramatic "mommcrs" will trot
out their precious little Imps and Invade
the offices of managers once more, as
they did not very long ago, when Faunt
leroylsm waa ripe. Little Ruby has been
baptised In London, at St. Peter's Great
Windmill street, with Elizabeth. Coun
tess of Wlnchelsen and Nottingham, and
Mrs. William Furmlloe as godmothers.
The Princes of Wales gave the child a
heart with a diamond In the centre and
a surrounding of twenty brilliants And
all this boom. It Is claimed, was due to
the untiring energy of our own Joyous
Ted D Marks.
The living pictures have reached San
Francisco, and the Callforntan pes
slmlslB have found no single, cynical
word to utter. This l Indeed wonder
ful. They have gloated over the tab
leaux, admired them us works of art,
and absolutely Indorsed the verdict of
the played-out, but still popular. East.
The statuesque ex-Casino favorite, Isa
belle Urquhart, who nasn't had unal-
, loved happiness since she returned to
this country with Lole Fuller's cele
brated celebrities, has been engaged to
play the part of ihe Widow In "A Trip
to Chinatown." She will certalnlv look
i the part admirably Her husband, Guy
Standing, has been ecured for "Sowing
the Wind." Miss I'rquhurt Is one of the
te Casino graduates not starring now.
That Aronsonlan school gave us Lillian
Russell, Pauline Hall, Marlon Muno.a,
Fanny Rica and others.
Miss Lottie Collins has announced for
next sensor, as already told, a sketch
tailed "The Devil Bird' by Fred Bow
ytr and J. B. Baker She has furtner
more announced It ns having been writ
ten exprtbsly for her. This. It now ap
pears, Is a little hit of poetic license.
The piece Is old to the London music
halls, where It was popularized by Mls
Millie Howes, and, mnn-over. It was an
ancient affair when Liowjer adapted It
from the French,
The play by Fred Harvey called "Shall
We Forgive Her?" that Manager A. M.
Palmer Is said to own for this country,
, and which was also said tu have been
I secured by Manager Brady, was orlgln
' ally done In this country, It appears, un
der the title of "The King of Iron " Its
American possession seems to be a little
confused, but the Indications are that
Mr Palmer will do the play,
Miss Rose Cosh Ian has secured the
Oriental-eyed actress Maxlne Elliot for
her company next season Miss Elliot is
to play the part of Dora In "Diplomacy,"
though bow she will manage to make up
become of us. I'm ruined, sweetheart,"
und he laughed recklessly as he threw
himself Into a chair before her
"Ruined!" she repeated, slowly; "what
do you mean, Harry?"
"only this." and he laughed again, bit
terly: "I've been playing too high, anl
last night In a game with Tracy I over
drew UK). Mr. llolmrs Is coming down
the day after to-morrow to look Into
things, and unlers I can pay It before
then I am ruined. Heic's every cent 1
have," anl he tossed two shining twen-l
ties on the table. "I'll see that ou don't
suffer, honey,' he went on, In a softer
voice, as he saw her distress, "but I've
got to cut, thut'x all. I can't face Mr.
Holmes- he trusted me o " .
She Knelt beHde h m frigitened "Vou
will leave me" she aked, throw 111,' her
arms around him, "Oh, Harry, don't say i
"I've got to." he r pile I. "My Clod' I
don't lonk at me like that." and he bur-1
lex! his face In his b i id.. 1
"Where Is Mr Tracy"" she ai-kel
"Ten miles on his way to Piuenlx," an-1
Fav rlla clung t him a moment, thei, I
pressing ner soft 1 p. on his hair she left I
the room Once in the hall she leaned i
heavily against the w i,l for Mippir. '11
, will. 1 will!' she irutlrrid rtricely 'Oh '
Jesus, help me1"
i llaste'iilng to tV stable, sie f lutein-1
the sad lie jri Hani'" p. ny, and. m Hint
ing, rod i' out of tltc aid The M.n t ul
set, ani the darMieK earning xv,lftl,
hid her from natlte as she rule down the
narrow street in I ui Hit t'te li-i-olutu
country Ten mill n hia W) to I'hte I
nix' She urjed her hiTse forward itwau,
. life or death I
It was dreary, r' ling alone at nlgit I
Now and then she v.om.1 pass a drunken I
cowbjy riding from the tuwn Her heart I
beat fast as she pasacd the long ities ,f
embinkmcnl thruwu up besUe the Irri
gating ditches Oico i-he met a tramp,
i who called out to her plglitfiiln her so ,
Hut he aim at fell from her larse She i
was weak from her recent lllnc.j, und '
I her back ached with the motion of the
I "Ten miles on his way to Phoenlx"
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as the colorless little nobody who Is such
a pleasing foil for the Countess Zlcka It
Is not easy to Imagine. Mls lilllot was
si en recently In "The Prodigal Oaugh- (
ter" and the unfortunate "Sutctte."
The I.ondon music halls have been util
ising L'arnot s assassination for pathetic
songs. Ulchard Morton, the author of
"Ta-ra-ra-boain-de-ay," wroto some
stanzas that have been sung by Charles
Oodfiey. The song Is said tu huve
aroused "sympathetic applause," and the
French res denls In London have patron
Ired these balls.
SHEWANTEOTO SEE ft FIGHT.
But the Putrilista Were Too
Mercenary ior the Crowds
Bo the Actress Didn't See llurmon
aud Smith "Scrap."
One hundred and fifty persons, Includ
ing a number of women, among whom
I was one of the best known singers on
' the vaudeville stage, assembled late on
Saturday night. In a resort near Ja
maica. It wasn't In anticipation of a
soiree dansant, a swell "crush," or any
thing of that sort.
They were there to witness a finish
fight, nnd cheerfully contributed $2 each
to the man at the door. Then they
passed Inside and waited. The waiting
began at about midnight and kept up
for three hours. In the mean time the
crowd perspired, fumed, waxed belli
cose and mirthful by turns, while the
variety actress and her companions
looked as expectant as a woman with
limp and bedraggled finery can look in
an atmosphere of WO degrees I ahren-
More waiting ensued, followed by still
more expeuUncy. until the crowd grew
clamorous. Joe Harmon, of Brooklyn,
and Jim Smith, of Troy, were the an
nounced contestants. Harmon slsed
up the house at about JIM and forth
with refused to go on. Taking the cue.
Smith voiced his claims as a high
class artist In the fistic line for whom
the purse was Insignificant.
Harmon left the bulldlnr In apparent
disgust, and a messenger was sent to
offer conciliatory terms to the dis
gruntled boxer, ny the time he had be
gun to make up his mind It was 3
o'clock yesterday morning, and the
crowd didn't care a rap whether they
saw a fight or not.
AH attention was then centred on the
box-office, and the man In charge wan
called uion to disgorge. After a long
argument he acted as receiver for the
concerned, and declared a dividend of
20 per cent. With this the belated
throng, variety actors and all, plodded
out Into the night, tilling the air with
anathemas upon pugilists, box-offlce peo
ple and everybody In general.
I Dishonest Senant Held.
Annie Jackson, s colored ..riant In the tiorat
of Leonard T Ester, at 11 West Elibtj-fourth
street. aa held for trial In Yoravllle Court to-
dar tor aloalln. a valuable ring belonging to Mr
E.ler'e aunt, Mra Van Uloen Tho ring la
orth SIM. and It disappeared when Annie left
Wonttl Divorce Jane Maria.
' Justice Stover, of the fiupremo Court, to-dar
granted Joseph J Mills permission ta scree br
publication tha eunmiono and complaint In an ac
tion lie haa brou.M agalnat hla vlfa Jane Maria,
(or an absolute d cr e un atatutory grounds The
couple wero married on Sept. 22, 1SU. in Chelsea,
' .V Ht .K.
W V n .'( cittjr anything ovfr iU
HtJCt 4ait m t
Some $25 Suits i
You might just !
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good clothes as
rrnot. You can ,
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rn liule .m,oney
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I E. O. TMOHPSON, I
' 345 Broadway.
rVt. Pat Place b Murray St J
The words fitted themselves to the ring
ing of the horse's hoofs. Sie knew Mr.
Tracy, ahe had seen him In Virginia City
He was a noted gambler, very gentle
manly In appearance
the sun was rising as she approached
the "Clolden Uagle Halfway House." Sne
thotmht she would stop there and Inquire
If he had gone by. Dismounting from
ner foaming horse she timidly entered
"Is Mr Tricy here'" she Inquired of the
The man eye I her curiously. She was
covered lth dust and her face was paie
Mack Trac "' he sal.l. civilly enough,
"Why, es, he's plulng with some genls
In the other room Want t see him? I
guess thev're ab.ut through "
"Yes, please.' she answered
Se was tumbling In vr limb. Now
that she i.tl found him he did not knatv
wha' to . . but when he cume to her
In ihe ninety parlor she told him how
s ie had rid I. n all night to find him and
how her lover vas ruined
"Oh Ml Traoy." she concluded, "give
me the m !i ' He us been so ifiul to
me in! I I 'Ve him' It is all for me that
he lnii i-pent his muiiey, and now I um
pov.tr. tsa to hi,'p him'
Jink Trao Imikitt dawn Into her plead
ing ee "Utile one" he "aid, gravely
'If I give oii the nuncy ivlll ou kiss
V, es. nh, in'" she dm.wt.rei!.
H" rml'el at her eagerneert "It Is a'l
ful rn ...ike " he 'iid half fadll "l'at
never mind " He held hor In hla arms a
miiiieui then pie-ai-ed th' gold Into her
hand "Two hundred dol ais fur a ki. '
te i-uld. !Uhtl "Vent had brlter rile
my horse tuck sweetheart "
He made her drink a glass of evlne,
heipe.1 htr to mount h's horse, then went
Insile, sajliu to himself Jack Tracj
you're a foil" As for Favortta, jIui
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