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fe ' 'ill Pf' "6 , THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1895. 111 MOT TRAIL OF MURDERERS. Si ' aT'1 H'rlnQlnl World" Reporters HI Find Where Harris's Hi Slayers Got Guns. IklEtlNB GRAB THE IIP. H - iltory Iodging-House on the H Bewy Ueing Olouelv Watohed B;1 03 a Result. B iWHRE THREE MEN IN THE PARTY 0m of Them Lett Seme of His EN Ifeotf it tho " Majestic,'' Where He Stayed All Night. Bftftftj H;I What will give the Central office men H'SW few new line- to work on In the liar H Crls murder case, was discovered by two B-i"ETfnln( World" reporter! to-day. H j) The place where the murderers of llar 'drt purchased the three revolvers which H 4tth!r had, waa at 272 and 274 Howery. H ji Saturday afternoon before the murder, eiabout 10 o'clock, three men entered the HT.Ihardwar atore and naked to look at pMina revolver. They finally purchased B a three St-callbre flve-ahot revolver. The H maker's name waa "Hopkins ft Allen." B jj.Thejr also purchased a box of JS-callbre B (cartridge. The bill nmounted to $9 BO A and the tallest one of the three, who waa B'dressed In a alata colored ault and a H tcft felt hat, paid for them with a ten H foliar bill. H jj The rlcrk, whose name Is Frank Wll- nllanis, put tho three revolvers Into a box B aland wrapped the box up In a piece of BBftV .fpapcr. pm -of these papers bore the BftftJ'Tjrade-mi'trtthB hardware firm. Bftftl f '. Clllc In Kcrnp f I'nprr, Hftftj H It la known that a piece of the wrap BftBJ "iplng paper which covered the bnx waa H jound wet and torn next door to the H Jjiouie of M.'C. D. Ilorden. at 25 West H VJKIfty-ilxth street, after the ahootlng of H "Harris, Mr. Horden't butler. The police B Alow have that piece of paper In their S possession. I The three men who bought the revol B Jnvers ware described accurately by Clerk !!' Williams, but after furnishing the de ,. WCtlptlon to Ih polloe, lie waa spirited HVaway, and no oris In the hardware ator BBbM JJitnew o-day what Utd become of him. BBJ7 At !70 Bowery' la the Majestic Lodg-BftBJ.ing-house. Tne tull one of the trio, who HftftV-t'uouilht the revolvers. It was discovered, Hrrbr an 'Evening World" reporter, had BBBt J-slopt Saturday night In room EU on the BBH C'llrst flflor of the lodging-house. BBBS' The proprietor waa very loath to Hive H'fjanir Information concerning this man, BHjjt he waa finally prevailed upon to BBbI ijihow the reporters the little room where BBalXvlhe man had slept and he also ac BBbI liknowledged that some things which the !! j jnan hod left In the room showed that he BBBJ f jwas a suspicions character. What these fl'UUilngs were, the proprietor declines to pBH( , BBBl ( Reporter, then lletetttlve Again. H a j "I am careful not to have any crook BBBm p1. In my house.' h; said, "and unless you BBH t'can civ me the name of the man you BBBJ aj re looking for, I will answer no mora BBBJ n nueatlona concerning him." BBBl 4 ) Whenthe reporter cam nut of the BBBJ hotel ha found Detective Heap, of llead BBj aoarters. BBBJ t'i The detective acknowledgetl after aome BBBJ nuestlonlng that he had been detailed BBBj. io watch tli lodging-house for the three BBBflt pion anawerlng th decrlptlou which the BBBj t reporter gave him. BBBJ t Jut around the coiner In Houston BBBJ V atreet Detectives McManua and Jucorm H Were atandlng. When the reporter told BflflflflflBt" f, them that he had been to the hardwure Ht (tore and the Majestic lodging-house BBH'J looking for Harris's murderers they BH '411 not teem to like It a little bit. Li1) They would not bay that the reporter H J jws on the right scent, but they took BBBJ l tan absorbing Interest In the tew hints BBBJ. ix let BflH t Tbe Murdcrcra' Deaurlittlon. BH ' ' The tali man who haa been mentioned BBBJ waa about A feel S Incnes In height, had BBBJ J muTacn,' drk hair, dark eyes, a BBBJ "i iblack aloucn hat and wors a Klate-eolored BBBJ of dothea. . Bflflj' One of bta companions waa about Ave BBBJ r ':,i seven Inches In height, toutly BH' J' tbuilt, and waa dreaaed In a rough black Bflflj: 1 ault, preti) well worn. flflflj J k The third man waa only about twenty HHb I Itwo years old, was very sllmly built I HHJ and had a smooth-shaven, thin face, HHJ J (blue eyes and a sharp, slight nose. HHJ ' After leaving the hardvare store they HH 'turned south, toward the Majestic lodg H I ,lng house an J It Is thought that they HHb j went in there, but that could not be aa. HHb I fcerlalned positively to-day. HHb I Detectives questioned the proprietor of, HHb ' ' the lolglng-hnuse after "The Kvenlng HHb : World" reporter had been there, and this HHf I ' afternoon there la not a lodging-house on . the Uowery that la not being watched by flflH a detective from Ueadquaitera stio Is .i ),jntrucied to arrest any man answering TsTsTsTsa ! tti description gi.-en by "The livening j World." H Detective Berst. McCloskey acknowl- H 1 edged this afternoon that he had re H I , ceived Important Information bearing on I the murder c-t Ferdinand Harris. He f.,1 j said he expected tc have the men In J , custody within a few hours. ' When the pollre arrestixl I'red Ich- j, .meyer, the alleged "Mysterious Mike," bbH is !" the strength of the remarkable story ' Atcld by Mrs Kate Cromie to Justice H 4 V Ilyan In the Torkvllle Police Court yea H:tr' terday. they thought they had discovered H'a most Important clue leading to the bbB i I ulutlon of the mystery surrounding the bBbbI'S' imurler'o; I3:itlr Fenllnand Harris on bbH'iV.. I Monday laat. S They ft ore mistaken, however, for Ll4ciitr.eyar, it appears, has no connection with the Harris caae, or even with the, g robberies In which Dlttrm-ler waa en-1 ? gaged, and waa discharged this morning S by Justice McMahon in the Tombs I'ollce ' ' I Court, f, DetectlT Titus told the magistrate 'that he had thoroughly tn.-nitli.aud the story told by Mrs. Cromle. and waa con-1 JTlnoed thai there am nntliln in It, Tili. rand asked for X-ochmeyera discharge, i Hili 1 which waa granted without any further Tji. -laaremony. bbbW vCltf To an Evening World reporter De. fl.'T ; tecUve Titus said: sHatli "Ws have discovered nothing upon fi'f'i.whlch to hold Lochmeyer. The story ,,Stfld hjr Mrs. Oomn ts simply a lot of Ur"4flbberUh'Of a drunken woman who had . j grudge against the prisoner, and her I tfc''' iltempt to associate him with the Har Kl. Hg murder waa simply an afterthought. bKLAI any rata, w nave found It to be Mrtr, untrue from beginning to end, BHBHKmrUjMMIeategXMhmerjIr v(tk "LUCKY ROSEBERY." aa. O Hit Second Derby Victory May Have a Folitioal Effeot, Count De Cailellane Said to Bo a Coming Turfman. Designer Watson Hoped Defender Would be Centreboarder. (Coprrilht tlH. br Aselstt4 FriH ) LMSDOS, June 1. Seldom. If ever, have so many Americana teen present at the Derby co when Lord llosebery'a Blr Vlsto won the blue ribbon of the turf on Wednesday last. As already cabled, It was estimated that there were 10 000 trans-Atlantic visitors on Epsom Donna and they nearly all went there In style on coachea and had seats on the grand atand and In the boxea which cot a small fortune. They became generally Impressed with the fact that race-going Is far more ex pensive here than In America. The result of the Derby seemed to surprise Iord Itosebery as much aa any one. It la considered not at all unlikely that Lord Rosebery's second Derby may have a political effect, sim ilar to that of 18M The Nonconformist conscience, aa reflected by The Chronicle, u already up In arma "at the spectacle presented by a racing and gambling 1'remler." It said on the day following; "Doubtless he may beicalled fortunate; but we hope he will neVer aaplre to win another Derby." The other newspapers heartily congrat ulate the Premier on his double victory, and It may have a greatly beneficial ef feot upon tils wanliiK popularity. "He la a lucky fellow and 1 atand by him," waa the remark .teard on many sides at Epsom when the victory of Sir Vlsto became known. Ir CiiatrllHne Will lie a Tnrfman. It la announced here that Count De Caatellane, who recently married Mlsa Anna Clould, of New York, Intenda to devote part of hla wife's fortune to a grand racing stable. He has already bought several horses which will aoon be run In the races at Auteuil, France. Mr. Oeorga D. Watnon, the designer of Thistle, llrltannla, the Valkyr, and other yachts, In an Iritervle'w during the week, said he regarded the fact that Defender Is a keel boat aa a moial vic tory for the ltrltlsh design. He added that It was a pity. In point of Inter national Interest, that the builders of the AmericaJBt Cup defender had not stuck to the centreboard. It appeared that after the laat race between Valkyrie HI. and Vigilant, oft Kandy Hook, In 1S93, when Mr. Wat.on waa aaked for hla opinion of the centre boaid, he put It In writing In an envel ope and naked that the envelope remain unopened until the next International race. Mr. Watson la said to have added In the Interview: "I then stated that the next cup-defender would be a keel boat." LETTER-CARRIERS TO RACE. Fine rrnnraminr of Sports for Their Pnurtli nf July Oiillnw. The New York Letter-Carriers' Asso ciation (I'lmplro llranch No. 3ii, nf the National Association of letter t'arrlers) haa made e,xtraordlrUry preparations, for Its Fourth of July games and sports, and, aa the entrle will he very numer ous, they will eclipse all former effort. The Association will enjoy a picnic and festival and the Fourth at Uon Park, iind in addition to the other festivities i anil epulis the New York Letter-Car-1 i teia' Hand will give a concert. Following Is the programme of the' games, which are to begin at 2 P. M ; I 100. rant dish ihsinneapi, i:u.y.n1 itaib Uandl. rap). I40.)iru 4ih ifctn(1lcp), halt-mils run (hRndtrap, 1 rail run. laaadleapl. (IdO yard run Ihovlee, arratch), halm!loron imtmbtra. acratrh), 220 yard hurdle Ihahdlcap), on mlla valk (poatat tmplo)eo. aeratcbl aark rara, txiwllng conteat, baudenme prliet (uoalal amployaaaj, ahootlng coo la.l (upu u all), A. A 1' rulea to govern. Gold medal To 111 at and sliver medal to second. I'ntrles i-lote Wednesday, June 27, with S. 1. See. 18 Wall street; Robert Hloll, ID John . reel, alio John MclJralh Oetter-canlM-i I n i it, i ' 11 West One Hundrx.1. and Twenty-tlflh street; 8. D. Bee. staiter; 1C. C Carter, handlcapper. Tile Picnic Committee of tlm Associa tion Is composed of the folluwini;: Htephen D Walsh, Chairman, llrnest Kckea, Secretary; John Casey, Treas urer, John McUrnth, ("mrles Dntial and Thomaa Ilitrke. John Parsons Is Presi dent of the Asso-latlon nnd Charles P. Kelly, Secretary. TO HELP JACK DEMPSEY. All the Prominent Paginate, Will Spar at tlaillaon aqunre (Inrilen, Llght-Welght Champion Jack Mo. Aullffe haa volunteered to wind up with Jack Dempiey at the tatter's benefit at Madison Bquare Garden, Saturday, June I. The men were not on the best of terms, but McAullffe has dropped all feelings to assist his old friend In his hour of need. There are three Important fig lit i scheduled-Corhetl versus Ftttslmnioiie. Bteve O'Donnell versus Peter Muhr and Joe Chuyluskl versus Jim Hall. The latter two will be decided In a very abort time, and the public will have an opportunity to look over the men, for all will box at Demiisey's beni'lll. Not ntth each other, of rourte, fur that , would be too good a show for U rents. But they will be mated with men i lever enough to bring out their strong points. George Dixon, the feather-weight champion, who la matched to right Frank Erne, haa voluntered through Tom O'Uourke. and Is willing to take on anybody. Manager Hai-Kett will probably pit Caspar Leon against the colored champion Dixon will have u bit th best of the weights, but. as It will be simply a scientific bout, that will not matter much. ' There Is great Intercut manifested In be four round bout between nilly Hd witrda ai.d Harney Aaron. They were the gleatest pugilists of their time, and Kdnarda thlrks he la still almost aa good as when a youngster. Aaron smiles . at this, and will endeuvoi to mow the exchamplon (hat ho haa grown uld. Itnbbed .While He Slept. .lteaph Orrns, alias Lang, a noterteui anaia tblaf. vaeee picture la lb. Hoguaa' Gallery la J.:l. m held la default of 11,400 ball for UU a a charge vt grand iarreny by Juallee Oraly ' In the Gaaei Market Police Uourt to-dr Tbt , cMnplaiaaat agalnet him aa. likwyer Abrahau , Vraxnme. ef X2 ga.t line Hundred and Seven taaolb atraeu gromme want to the Orteuual Jlol.l and fall aa.ep la tba parlor Whan he cwaka b'.a gotl vaul aad cialu. two dlamaad itude and a dltoieod collar button ware gna Datrc Ilea. kraucU and Foya arreeted rirau on aua pliloa, lAwyar rroniina'i gold watch, a dlejsond stud and a diamond borseefcoe aoArfpta, aar. (msI la hla anaaaaalon. Dnllard Walta for a Hondaraan. Alban H. pollard. ts-Fraaldaat of tka Lewis A Fawlar Olrdar Kallroad Compaay. sat around Us Sutrtcl-attoraay's oacelln Brooklya all the aaoralmj ealUas for aooieV eaa u cone aad faralaa II. H ball. Delleri. was Indicted for laeuiag aa aalawrut dirtdea of tka Comaajw. Ha te stwUor-ls.lAW ot PraaMaal Uvla. tll THE NEW POLIXICAJw FAD. -a THE QLORY OF DININd THE CANDIDATES. THE PEACH I Here's your only square meal for candidates. Oct your feed here and take a ticket for the White House. THE SOLDIER Any one who wants to be President must eat my dinner. Jump up, step up, any wjy, to get up here's the way to Washington. THE BOSS Sandwiches ! Sandwiches I ten cents apiece. A GREAT TREASURE FIND. Mere Are Some nf the Ilrllllnuta That Will lie Set p the Snn- rlay World To-Mnrnm, The most reliable aa well aa the most pleasing sign of civilisation la kindness to the unfortunate. There Is no such kindness among the savage races. In Australia they used to eat old women because they were no longer attractive. In the neighborhood of the North Pole, according to Kll Reclns, they hury the very old alive In Ice huts. A recent development of civilized gentleness la humane treatment of the Insane. Not long ago maniacs were treated aa criminals When Jack fihep pard went to see hla mother In the In sane asylum he found her chained by the neck In a foul dungeon. When she was excited she waa doused with cold water for htiurK-ITefora Jack Shtp pard's lima mnnlaca were hunted through the street like wild beasts. A good priest In Seville was touched by the sight of a poor demented creature howling miserably while a well-mranlng mob stoned him to death. Thin prleat founded the first Insane asylum on a humane basis. It will Intel est thoi who do not lead widely, or frequently the learned, to kuOn- that Catholic priests were the originators of modern philanthropy aa a whole. It will Inter est the same class, and all others, to read In to-morrow's Monday World of the happy life which nfanlics now en joy pruvlded they have money. If you are rich and Insane at present you may enjoy ill tho pleasures of life without Ita responsibilities. If you are a millionaire and a mailman you can nurrie your notion that you nro Nopolcon llo naparte or Confucius and enjoy club life. The new llloomlngdalo establishment haa made particular arrangement.-! for the wealthy munlac. Ho has a private club-hoiiso and enjoys the society of h'n social enuals. He can nlav bllliarda and If 11 the marker, without contradlc tljn. that hi- owns the earth nnd tho fulness thereof. Of enures, you must expect to hear that this privilege Is abused. There Is one maniac In this happy home who annos the others. Instead of cjntlnlug himself to one delusion, like a decent Christian lunatic, he linuglnes that he is whatever ou may h..ppen to mention. If you speak of a tenuis ball, he flings himself over the nut. If you, mention a billiard cue lie chalks liln head nnd soes hutting halU with It The other maniacs in the millionaire lunatics' club are Inclined to look Upon him aa a monopolist. Head all about them In the Sunda World to-morrow and you .,111 apprtHi.tu the hind den' of "Id Dryden, who said: There In a pleasure, sure, In being ad. which none but madmen Itnow " It Is really lime to shut on evlrnrr and th mania for Investigation If no I are to retain any of our pie iKlng early beliefs. We used to believe In nier- ' malda They are none, and ghoils have , followed them We thought, with Drake And tho other h'ngllsh pirates, that some niett eomewhrie carried their head on the.r lwouw. That Idea Is xp.o.leil Wnlt-un Tell Is as dead aa the Flying Dutchman and the Impres sion la gaining ground that Joan of rc wan no better than hhe hho-iM bo Now cornea a Frenchman who has robbed us i of our mm in "The Grctt Whirlpool" i You prohablj hav, re.ul f th.vt vhrl-i pool. Sometimes It I" rpoken of ns the ' great ocean maelstrom, and It lies off the coast of Norway, and 1'Meir Allen' Poo, who could M-are ou stiff .vlth a ' raven, wrote m t harion.ug thliika . about It Acco.llng to the old stories, nothing could live near It Great ships i were sucked down Into Its depths, anil only the sad ae- jerpent swimming se renely southward coull te,l the story of Bailors ground to pulp In the crush of waters. The rrenheman In queatiun haa hovered over the maelstrom In a bal loon, a !a sea gull, and has taken pho tographs of the whlrlioi while It was ! whirling, Ita best. What la the result of j 1 these annoying vulgar photographs? Simply this; There is no great holo In the earth Into which the mighty waters of the Ueep sink with awful power. There aa no horrid circular water-lined abyaa reaching to old ocean's bed. There are aome currenta which meet and kirk up a little fuss. It would not be safe to explore the "maelstrom" In a small raw-boat, but you may travol over It peacefully In a good steamship, and probably In a naphtha launch. A big ocean vessel sinking would make a jrijre'Uijurer-i-ij'ihhJ much praised Norwoy enterprise. The fact appears to be that nature Intended poor feeble little man to boss this earth adul put nothing here thnt he could not manage- excepting, of course, woman. To-morrow's .Sunday World Is a won derful paper. This la written for you, not for The World, because It Is hard enough to print enough Sunday Worlds aa It I We encourago you to get It, however, because a sense of duty haa no trouble at all In overpowering us. We know thnt you ought to read O'Donovan Hobri's own story of his grnnd demon stration In favor of Ireland. We are positive that the reminiscences of the gteat Klennora Duse must Interest you. That wonderful Italian actress did not enre for advertising, and yet she was sane. When Rachel lay dying she called particular attention to the fact that she died with all her teeth In her head and with her hair as fine as ever. Queer things women of genius are. You must read about Ouse's notions. They are sure to btvworth while. Miss Glider's critical reproof to those who write vicious literature is useful and timely. Miss Glider realises that some one muat tackle the Yellow Hook, and sho does so at the risk of advertls- I lug It. a I After you have filled your mind with Sunday World fagts and wisdom, you I will find In Itipleriljr of humpr written nnd pictorial to ptit In your frivolous mental crannies. Get the Sunday World. POISON DIDN'TKILL her. Pretty Sarah Voolo Really Died of Heart Failure. A pathetic scons of mourning was pre sent iil in a ground floor room of the tenement 163 Multstreet this morning. In lie cramped Uttft parlor lay the body of pretty Sarah Vuolo, only sixteen years old, el a 'eacher In St. Patrick's School. She died suddenly yesterday pvenlng while sitting in the window, after sipping firun a penny glass of lenuiuadii bought from Frank 1'aUro Just aero. the way, J- I The story got about that Sarah hod been polaoned to death by "hokey pkey" lc ca.uu, The Coroner was notified, and Coro ner's l'hys.clan Weston came up to make all uuiDpsy, nnd Chemist llerle's uaiistuuts from the Chemist's llureau of the Health Department time to In vestlntc ami to get samples of the, hokey poaey. I It Ails whde these things were nddlng to the woe of Andrea Vuolo and h.s w'fo that their big, ftnlwart son, Glacomo, turned Into the street, having Jut lalJcd from the steamship Kaiser v llhclm. after "i visit to his native land. I lie was told of the sorrow that hid fal en uon him. The big brother threw It niself m the cotlln, unl great tears poind down upon the git that covered the thin, ptl faco of the dead I klrl. I Dr. Henry R. Sfirk, of 170 Seventh1 i streei. had been nttendlng Sarah an 1 1 isa.v her lust on '''iniliy. He wrote ' th s note for tho Coronoi ; It w 111 aid ou vrr) much to know that Strab 1 VUv?a aaa under ni) proleaatjral cat fur eeteral ' month, bhn waa eunVrlng from lelll mal, com. I p l.aiei ty rardlac dliturban.e I am of the i eplinon that aha dial vt cerebral anaemia, ruprr- luduved b the lemonade ' In other wjnl, the thin, wan-faced little teacher had wasted away from lank of blood died of heart failure. AGAINST NASSAUC0MPANY. llroukl) ii tonrt llefuaea to Kujoln t niil.illaaloner White. The Nassau Klectrlc Railroad Com ptnv has been working In tu-ean ave nue, Gravesend. lubllo Works Com mlsslouri White recently Interfered on the gruund that he lvd Issued no per mit for the work. The company sought to enjoin Mr White Jtu'i;e Clement. In the 1.1 ty Coutt, Hrooklvn. this morning said the company should have applied for a m.tiidumus to compel Mr, W nlte to Issue a permit. The motion for an lnJuu?tlon was dented. e - 'mutual I'.vrnta. Monday arming It 111 o'clock, annual rot- ' cert by puplla of the New York Mr.lral In.tt tute, Carl V. I.achmund, director, aaalated I) lire. Nellie K. Lehman, aoprano, Mrs, J. Henry M.-Klnlcy, teuor; allaa Julia Peicreou, flutlai,. and itring lulatct, Wank kaltenbom. rutin, Waiter Kaufman, 'relloi Rrnewt Cater, violin, Mai Kramer, vtolai J, Uletterman. base, at iui(kun( Hall. Klghtetstb atreet and Flflh are. 1 nu. I I The Crltlca. a prominent club of thla city, will hold It. alxth annual picnic at Lion Park to day Dancing to commence at I P. kt. Atlaa Club'a Sumraernlgkt festival at Old Houia wtead I'aitno. Third avenue and Ninetieth atreet. Monday etenlns for the teneflt of the atrlka fund of Coat Treaaera' Union an entertainment will be given at the Wlnjeor Thee4r to-morrow evening The newly organised Knlnera' tlenevolent o olety hot la Ita first auaimernlghl's faatlval at tba Llrooktya Labor Lyceum to-morrow " evening. Iree muale today 'la Central, St. Mary's and Claremont Parks at P. M. Muale at Uia Mall la Central rark lo-morrew aftarvtoaa. also by the Seventh Itaglajent Baad. The Fraaalla aasoclaUM of Prawamen. local Aaaembly t.U. K. el L. kelda lu.aaaul lcah HOTTER THIN YESTERDAY. e (Continued from First Tage.) 'M., and S3 at 9 A. M. In the next hour It Jumped up to 874 degrees. At 11 o'clock ferry's thermometer registered UU, and at 12, D2. At 8 o'clock It was 1-2 degrees. The excessive hot wave rovers a terri tory from New York south and west. The temperature over the Middle nnd Atlantic States, and West over the Ohio Valley ranges to-day from 80 to 86. Still Waimer Tn-Morrnvr. Mr. Dunn predicts that It will continue to remain warm here over to-morrow with a strong probability of Its being slightly cooler to-night and early to morrow morning. There are alto Indi cations of a thunder shower this even ing, with westerly winds, which will have a strong tendency to reduce the percentage of humidity. John H. Carney, twenty-one years old. was removed from the Church Street Police Station shortly afler 8 o'clock to-da.y, to the Hudson Street Hospital. It was found that it was a case of al coholism, merely, superinduced by hent. lie was accordingly transferred to llelle vue. it was said at the hospital at 10 o'clock to-day, that no heat rases had yet been brought there sufllclently seri ous to Justify the use of the new appara tus for such cases. This apparatus Includes nn Ice-cold bath and n sort of canvas hammock. In which the patient Is lowered Into and re moved from the water without having to come Into contact with warm human hands. Although there are no serious heat esses, the dispensary was thronged with patients, whose miscellaneous ailments were made worse by the oppressive weather. Driven Mad by the Heat. Fully forty prostrations by the heat were reported by the New York and Brooklyn police In the forty-eight hours ending at midnight, and to-day's record promised to more than keep up the I average. The man found In front of 67 Howery yesterday afternoon, it was I later learned. Is John Martin, twenty ttve years old. He Is still m Hudson Street Hospital. During laat night one woman was driven mad from the excessive heat. She was Mrs. Kate Madden, twenty two years old. of 310 East Forty-fourth street and was found wandering about Park avenue. She was raving, and clasped a child so tightly to her breast that the little one screamed with pain. A policeman took charge of the woman. She was removed to Uellevue Hospital In an ambulance. At the hospital the doctors decided the woman had become mail from the heat. Her Husband was notified and he went to the hospital to see his wife. Her condition was such that It was not deemed advisable for lilm to do so. He protested Indignantly, but he waa Anally prevailed upon to leave. Frank Miller, twenty-nine years old, of 14 East Fifty-second street, while vis iting his brother at 604 East Fourteenth street, Inst night was overcome bv the heat and died at 8 P. M . despite efforts to relieve him The body was taken to 514 East Fifty-second street. ltocctnl of Prnairntlnna. These prostrations were reported by the police to-day : Mai Lttachllti, thirty-live years old. of 13 Clinton atrret; round In front of 4) Bowery, r.ourerreur Iloapltat Unknown man about twenty-ttirra year, oil, fire fret eight Inchea tall, dark complexion, black hair, blue eye., dark coat and vr.t and striped tn-u.era; found In front of 29 Klghth aenue. Buffering from aun.troke; St, Vincent's lln.pltal Michael Oloig, an lultaa laborer, overcome by the heat while working at One Hundred end i;ti-m 111111 atreet ant Third avenue revived aufn-letly to gn to hla home, 31$ Kaat One Hun dred and Fifteenth street. In iinkn an man, about fifty years old, waa found uncona.-lou. overcame with hett at III Madl .an street thla at'ernooa and removed to Gouv erneur Hotpital Kohert Kile, nfty-flve yeara old. of 263 Weat Korty-atith atreet, waa overcome with heat at 214 Wert Klfty.thlrd alreet at noon to-day and taken to Itciscveit Hcepltat Patrick Green, slaty year, old, pf 1927 Second avenue, prostrated at Flfly-ntnth atreet and see on I avenue at 12 07 th'a afternoon. Removed to Flower llveplul Henry Oiler, fifty yeara old; picket up at Second aenue and Twenty-third atreet at 12 45 1 I' M. Uellevue Hospital Annie Turner thirty nine yeara old. of 23C I , Kast Twenty fourth atrret stricken at 12 30 tbta attrrnoon In front of 234 lvast Twenty-fifth atrert . Uellevue lloapltal John Grant, fonr-ttree yeara old. of No 143 I Ftfel avenue, proatrat'd at Seventy-fifth atreet I s,nd Sei-ond arenue at 11 40 P, M Prcaby Icrlar Hospital John Carlson, nineteen )cara old of No. 307 ' ICaet Fuurth atreet found at Twelfth alreet and , Avenue C at 1 20 P M Uellevue Hospital, Chararlrk Hold, of No. II Carmine atrret: ' rmetreted In front of No. SO Grove atreet. Re. j covered and went home I Annie Turner thlrtv ntne years old, of No. 334 i 1 Faat Twenty. fourth at-eet. overcome tn front of , .So. 234 Eaat Taenty-fltth etreet Removed to Uellevue Hospital Liula Carle, thlrly-thrre ywarv old. a laborer, ' of 433 Kast One Hundred and Fourteenth atret. orercoiie at One Hundred and Twenty-eighth street and Madison aienue thla afternoon. He l waa taken to the Harlem lloapltal. i Alice R. Smith, thlrtv yeara old, ot 431 Hen derson street. Jersey City: taken at 1 2s o'clock . I this afternoon from a Third avenue cable car. at I s.ity.ls.rd atreet. proatrated by tba heat. She waa removed to Flowe' Hospital. iTharlra Frost, twrnty-elght yeara old, of Mt 1 Arenue A; removed to uellevue Moapltal this afternoon from a factory at (03 RaM Etsfeleesla atrret i overcome with best. Harry E. Ilestb. thirty years old, of Port. I Chester, X. Y., died Is tke Grand Central police 9 atatlon at, 4 a'clork thla afternooa. Ka was akelhlhdaBkJraltbsarW train for rmighkeepsie. Death waa supposed to be the result of the Intense heat. In Brooklyn: George A, Illackman. sixty yeara old. of 2301& nergen street, Itrnnklm, a letter carrier; over come by heat while riding In a trolley car, at Fulton street and Wllloughby atreet. Removed to hla home Weather Fnrecaat. Forecaat for thirty-six houra ending t P. M. Sunday, for New York city and vicinity: Fair to da and on Sunday, except possibly a thunder i shower thla evening or to night, stationary tem perature, except altRhtly cooler during to-night, genrrallr-jreeterly winds. 'Ibe following record shows the cbangea In the temperature during the morning hours, aa Indi cated by the thermometer at Terry's phlrmacy: 3 A. M. 7s, A. M , 71, A. M.. I3tl M., 12 WAS "RED TEA" P0IS0N7 Freiln'a llaliy Died Afler Tnklnsr Wlint llr. Itnaepepe I'reacrllied. Dr. Ernest Lederle. Chemist to the Hoard of Health, will make an analysis of a red powder submitted to him by Coroner O'Meagrior as a sample of "red tea" prescribed by Dr. G. Rosepene, of , 3 Elizabeth etreet. for the fourteen- . months-old bab) of Frank Freda, an I Italian living at J9 Mulberry street. After taking two cu; of water. Into which some of the red powder had been placed, but not dissolved, in half-hourly teaspoonful deser, the baby died May 2 The certificate said the ctilld died of bronchitis. The "tea" Is as hot as pep per. .Mrs. Frola, through an Interpreter, says: ".My poor haby had rash like measles. Dr Roeepepe sa-d It was meaeiles and told me to get saffron tea. He explained that It was red tea. I got my country man, Modlstlno Relll, to go and get It. He went to tlie drug store, but they didn't know w.-iat he wanted. At last he got '.his stuff at an Italian grocery In Mott street for tl. "It was awful hot and I was afraid, so Modlstlno took It over to Dr. Rose pepe's where they have a drug saop. too, and without tasting It they told Modistluo that It was the red tea and to give It every time buby was thirsty. She look two teacuptull, a teaspoonful at a time. She died In the morning." The tamer of the baby took a sample of the l.quld to Assistant District At torney Rattle May 16. He turned It over to the Coroner. At Dr. Hosepipe's dispensary a frowsy, uncouth clerk said Dr. Rcnepcpe did not prescribe red tea and he didn't know what red tea was, and that the Fredas j had employed some other doctor. Gould's Medical Dictionary says "red1 tea," or "Jersey tea," Is maJe from red reot, or cenothus amerlcanus, and is a, popular remedy for t.ie sore throat of scarlatina, us an alleviation and astringent. . as s SIiimvIiik Off the "t. Louis. A reception was held at noon to-day on tbe new American line alnamahlp 3L Ixiula, to give an opportunity io Inspect the ve-e-el No ship of any description enn excel the new liner for In terior eleame. lUch suit of room, is presided with a large bath, ntted with the moat Improit-d eunttar) Inventions The second cabin apartments are onmfortshle and ht-idaome The steerage Is ar-ins;e1 In it.r compartments, one for men, one for women, and a tli'nl for families, with ntftr,e tlit will evommulate from four to Mix persons Tito Itoya Drowned In Ilrmlltlyn. Georsc PV ten years oil, of Ttllrd avenue, near Ninety-third sueet, went to the foot of N nety-slxth street at 10 13 this morning to let his dor. swim i.i the bay He fell throurh a bole In the tl.s-k into the water and waa drowned. Nine-) ear-old I'blllp Kern of 307 Stagg atreet, wen oshlnc In Waterbury'a Pond, tn vv'IKlams l burg at 10.13 this morning lis fell overboard and was drowned - we sw xiienitnilitali'a $IOO,(HK Fire. SHEVANI)01I. Ta June 1 A 3100,000 fire a-arted at midnight In the stable of Charles K Tltman on Market street Mr Tltman. who la an extensive lumber dealer, had his omce In Uie aama building The lUmee aoon communicated , to the Herald prlntlng-houae, adjoining, which waa aoon deeiroe-l All the frame heneesa from While street to l.loyd street were, destroyed. Over , 130 people were rendered homeless. Munie Absurd (lid Legal Freaks, (From the lloston Traveler ) There Is said to be a law In Massa chusetts making It an offense to give away an object or thing as an Induce ment to purchase other things; for ex ample, to give nway a picture with every certain amount of other things purchased. There was once a law which made It an offense for a man to kiss hla wife on Sunday, but was strangely silent about kissing some other man's wife. Many a man still living can re member when It was not permlssable to open the theatrea In lloston on Saturday evenings, and there was a law to punish any dissipated Individual found smoking on tho street. Some of these fantastic old legal freaks have been done away I with, but there are some communities ! which, like some Individuals, require , quite an unconscionable time to get wide awake. as as, Haaekall. I'ele lireanda, ftleaday( Jaae 3, Plttaburg va. New York. Oam. called at 4 P. M. . m a The aiuly (all aceouats of tke base kail cause are '.Ires la "Tke Brea las World's" haaekall Extra, Issued laauaedlately after tka laat alay kaa keen aeade. QUR THEATRES NEXT WEEK. "Thrllby" to Be Produced at the Garrick. Janet Arhitrch's First Appearance In Tlili City at lloyl's. "Thrllby," an operatic burlesque In two acts, by Joaeph W. Herbert and Charles Puener, will be presented at the Garrick Theatre Monlay night. It wilt be staged '"mole.tly and without pretention, merely a a Summer', erentng'a en tertainment," and there la no reason why It ahould not prove to be a very gratifying one. The caat will he aa follows: Spaghetti, Alex ander Clark; Jocko, Louis Wesley; Caramels, R F. Cotton; Putter-Scotch, Edmund O. Lyons; Ut ile Willie, Adele Ritchie; Zulu. Margaret Mac Donald; Dodo, Irene Vera; Rev. Mr. Faggot and Du Maurler, A. G. Andrews; Thrllby. Carrie E. Perklna; Mrs. Faggot, Lillian Greene; Anita, Fleuretts, and lira. McFadden, Florence Irwin. During Ur performance, Edward E. Ktdder's travesty of "Mme. San.-Gene" wtll be acted. Miss Janet Achurch, an English actress, who came to America under engagement to Richard Mansfield, will make her first appearance tn New Tork at Hoyt's Theatre, Monday night. During the first three daya of the week sba will be aeen aa Stephanie, In "Forget-Me-Not," and aa Sybil March In La. don Elwyn Mitchell's one-act play "In 'he Season." On Thursday night Ml.. Achurch will present "A Doll's House," playing the part of Nora. "Fo- Fair Virginia." a comedy drama I four acts and four acenea, by Ruas Whyial, will have Ita first metropolitan hearing at the Fifth Ave mis Theatre Monday night In the caat will be Edward J. Morgan, Lottie Hrlacoe, Frank Doane, Rusa Wrytal, Frederick Vroom, Lyater Sanford, William Parke. R. F. McClannln, Felix Haney, C. B. Thomas, Maria Knowles Whytal. and Minnie Dupree. 'The .Mlmlo World" promises to bs a very Jolly affair. Messrs. Canary a Lederer an nounce that they will reopen the Casino with It next Thursday night Some capital artists hsve been engaged, among them being Charles Dick eon. Dan Daly. David Wartleld, Wlllard Sims, Louie Mann. Leo Harrison, Mathews and Bulger, Itcsre and Fenton, Amelia Somervllle, Cora Tlnnie, Christina Pleasing, Little and Vlnle Dally, May Howard and Hodges and Larc!intre The American Roof Garden throw, open Its space to-night, and "Doc" McDonough haa en gaged some very clever people. The artists for the opening week will be John Kernell. Amelia Glover, Charlea V, Seamon, Riley and Randall, the Rurt sisters, Ida Russell, Georgia Dyrton, the Gotham Comedy Quartet anl Ed. Latell. The stsge performance will commence At 1.15. and continue until midnight. The Madlaon Square Roof Garden falls Into line Mondar night, with a c.pltal array of talent. The programme will Include Paauerette. Jam.s F. Hoer, Sam Bernard, the Crescendo brothers. Palaxy and Dur,n Arlington and De Champa. Carr and Jordan, the Ammon-Clerlsa trio, Llrzle R Raymond. Allle Gilbert and John Page. Field, and Lewde and Phlio-Durand. " 'Twill Be" at the Imperial Music Hall haa made a big hit. It will enter upon the third week of Its run Monday night Sam ColHna and Vlnle Henshaw haa recovered from the Injuries they recently received and will return to the cat Monday ntght. A vaudeville bill la given In ad dition to the burlesque. To-morrow n'ght a testimonial will be, given to Darld Kraus. The beat haa not affected the Du Maurler Potter play at the Garden Theatre. Mies Trilby O'Ferrall will be able to defy the thermometer for a long Urns to come. If Svengall could only exert hpnotlo power so effectively that the au dlencea at the Garden for the next three montls could Imagine themselves chilly he would be worth his weight In gold to Mr. Palmer. Kote Clsxtnn snd Mme Jsnauachek appear to gether In "The Two Orphans" at the Columbus Theatre, Harlem, next week. Miss Claxton playa the part ot Louise, the blind girl, while Mme. Janauscbrk Impersonates the Countess de I.lnlerea In the cast will be Fanny Olllet'e. tills Blngh.m and Miss Stewart. The musk hall season at Koster A Blal's will does next Saturday night. The programme for the coming week will Include the Merrlleea sis ters, Miss Harriett Vernon, the aeven Craggs, Smith and Cook, the Meers brothers, A. O. Dun can. Stalling and Revel!, the Roeaow brothers, Fred H. Leslie and the living pictures A farce-comedy called "The Two Plata," by Frank Dumont, will be presented at Tony Taa tor'a Theatre next week. There will be new specialties, eongs, gleea and chorines and an act Including Alfred Rorelll, George Leslie. Edward Kdwarda. Will Cherry, George Brengle. Annetta Zelma, Minnie Thurgate, Xargaret Thurgate aLd other. "The Tllgane" Is doing very well at Abbey's Theatre. Mlaa Lillian Russell U been aufferlng during the past week from threat disorder, and under the clrcumatsnces she baa done remarkably welt. Thla Pe Koven-Smtth opera now ends every night at 11 o'clock which fact wilt find favjr with auhurban palrona of Abbey'a. Daniel Sully and "The Corner Grocery" remain at the Fourteenth Street Theatre. The f.rce la received with much favor, and there la no reason why It should not prove Is te i highly rrcfil.vhle Summer attraction Mr Sjlly wo-k. very hard and he la ably aa.l.ted by Al Wilson, J. T. Kellr, Jerome Edardyl aal the Manhattan Com edy Fo ir. "A bauirhter of the Revolution." Ludwlg Eng lacnder and J. Cheever Go.k1wln'e comic opera, la an undoubted su-rea. at the nroadway Theatre Mlsa Camilla D'Atvllle by sheer persistence and hard work haa won her way Into popular faror. As a comls opera prime, donna aha certain! haa Bo auperlor In America. "Dr Obw-stelger" will enter upon the second month of Its successful run at the Terraoe Garden Monday night Thla opera will not be presented much longer, even Uiough It ahould continue to be successful, but Mensger Herrmann haa wtse'y decided not to change hte bill Just yet. The Ter-ra-e Garden Is an exceedingly pleaiant Summer resort. At Proctor's Theatre next week the long list of attraction, will Include Lydla Dreams. Gmene, Raymond Moore, Hill and Hull, Redding and Stanton, Grace Rutledge. McCabe and Emmet Bob and Lottie Dally, Helen Tueurt, Frank Oake. Rose, Thomson and Bundle. Fisher and Cwrroll, Dcrol and Beimontt and Prof. Hurt and Mile Be.sls "Hamlet II.," H Grattan Donnelly's burleeque, remains at the Herald Scpiare Theatre. T-lv I who do not mind seeing a Shakespearian classic mutilated will perhaoa like this parody. A. a etudy of the modem alang of the lower classes It la of distinct value E. J. Henley In the title role doea aome very good work. The Turka remain at Huber's Fourteenth Street Museum nsxt week. Other attractions will be Rob Roy, the Albino dlslocator and contortionist, Satanella. the wire-hatred man; Zama, the Zulu chief; two expert Turkish swordsmen, and a vaudeville co-npany Including Clara B,roi, George Fisher, the lleastey. and Carroll and Larkln. Keith. Union Square Theatre la now In Sum. mer attire There are electric fana, palm-leaf fane Ire water, potted plants and all the other Summer eccessorleb. The bill for next week will Include Kna Bertoldl, Lllile Western, O'Urlen and Hare!. Fulgora, the Retford brothera. !,ennard and Moran. Mardo, Ii!y anl Devere and othera Mrs. Potter and Kyrle Pellew will play at the Grand Opera Houae next week, and bring that popular theatre'a aeastn ro a clcse. The stars will present "Chsrlotte Corday" during the en. tire week, as It haa prosed to be the moet profit I able attraction In their repertoire, Mr, Pellew aa Marat has made the hit ot hi. life. The M-ghthnnaea In the World. The lighthouses of the world number more than 7.0M. The United States has over 1,300 houses and as many posts. The latter are simpler In construction and not very expensive, since they are maintained on shore. The annual ap propriation for their keeping; Is now THE LONDON STAGE, e i B Eernhardt Appears in "OistDontU" MJ with Great Success. Penley, the Original "Charley's j M Aunt," Will Tour the State. J I ' I I Tho HenscheU nnd Other Musician Comliis; Next Set ion. I (Copyright IMS, by the Associated Prats.) 1 V .LONDON-, June l.-The principal event 1 ' of the week In the theatrical world haa 1 been the reappearance of 8arah Bern- II hardt nt Daly's Theatre. The drama ' IB "Olsmonda," whch tne gr.at ac.r.,s " presented for the first time In London, ts a poworful one and has drawn crowded , H house. "Glsmonda" wss performed at tsa tho Ilenaissance Theatre, In Paris, br r" Mme. Bernhardt and her company on M 100 successive nights. M The negotiations which have been j I pending tn a long time between John I m Hare and E. 8. Wlllard are now com. pleted. The latter will take possession of the Garrick Theatre on Sept 1. The date upon which Mr. Wlllard will make W his reappearance In London Is, however, ft' not yet decided, nor has he fixed upon his opening play. Sir Henry Irving will next Monday) begin his series of revivals of the Ly ceum Theatre successes. The attraction t for Whltsun week win consist of "Nance Oldfleld" and "The Bells," with Ellen Terry and Sir Henry In their original ' parts. Sir Henry Irving has already begun preparation for his coming American trip, nnd the tour will be more exten- V slve than any of Its predecessors In the. United States. The production of "Fedora," wlthl Mrs. Patrick Campbell In the title role. ' at the Haymarket Theatre, has not been as successful as anticipated, and It Is agreed on all sides that her work' In this part has not added to her repu- tatlon. " Lait Thursday afternoon Mrs. John W. Mackay's beautiful house In Carl- ' ton Hou.se Terrace, was crowded with ' fashlonnble English and Americans, who attc tded a most successful recital given bv Mrs. Waldo Richards, which at- 1 traded one of the smartest audiences' L of th- season. Bf Mrs Waldo Richards Is a talented itaH American, to whom Mrs. Mackay gen- B, erously lent her house for the occasion. ft Mrs. Richards also had the advantage; B of a most distinguished list of patrons, V Including H. R. H. the Trincess Henry B of Rattenberg, the Ambassador of the) United States and Mrs. Bayard, Her ft, Grace the Duchess of Sutherland, Hef Grace the Duchess of Abercorn, Julia, A the Marchioness of Tweedale; the Count- K ess Grosvenor, Lady Jettne, Lady Jeph- ft son, Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. John Mclggs, Mrs. Ronalds, Mlsa Roosevelt and Mrs. Mahlon Sands. M The recitations of Mrs. Waldo Rich- jD ards upon this occasion Included "An . El Irish Heart," "Miss Roxana's Reflec- If tlons," "Mammy's LI'I Boy," "My M Rival," "Don't Care," "The Raggedy (v"l Man," "The Second Trial." "Bridget ' O'Flanagan on Christian Science" and "Joslah Allen's Wife's First Klde in aq j Elevator." ' II Mr Frohman has contracted with W I I H. Penley and his entire company for I l starring tour of the United States, open- f a' ing In New York In ISM. It Is Penley 'I who produced and created the famous I play "Charley's Aunt." and who for 1 ft nearly three years steady has been All- I m' lng the Globe Theatre with that attrac- I 1, A number of important engagements I In the musical world have recently been I V made for America. Franx Oudrlcek, the SI celebrated violinist, who has been play- E V lng In the London Philharmonic con- M ftt certs, will make an extended concert wftl tour In the United States this FalL II Moriz Rosenthal, tne pianist, will give a ftfl aeries of fifty concerts, and Mme. Dei 1 Vere Saplo tne well-known soprano, ' will again make her appearance In Ii Amen. i. In addition to these artists Mr. and) ffm Mrs. Georg Henchel will appear In m ( twinty concerts during the Spring of 'fi, m AT THE BROOKLYN THEATRES. II "GUntontlih" and "Our Flat" Ar I I, Next WVfk'i Attraction Th theatric, taonit In Brooklyn U drawing fl to aa end. Tb Columbia will clow lu doort to H ' night with a perforraanct of "Th Wlfi;" tb II Gran J Opera! Iouie, "A Night at the Circua. HA and th DIJou with "A Yenuln Yentltmao. Sftf j Only two theatre will remain open neat week ttU the Park and the Amphlon. H H At the Amphlon an eicellent attraction li promt B H Ud In Sardou'i "Olsmonda. The plaj will b I I pretented by Fanny Darcnport and a good com B B pany. All the original scenery and costume wilt B H be utd. B BJ "Our Flat,' a new muslral comedy, U th M bill announced at the rark. Mlu Emit? 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