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!?' ros Q are now exhibiting a large assortment of Ladies' Washable Dresses in ail the newest materials and latest sty.es And will offer To-Morrow the following Special Values White %(C EA PiqueSuits vaV'U Heretofore $31.50. Of Striped Percales elaborately g Q ESS ? Mm*.** Mk fy /& embroidery, at ^ ^ Heretofore $12.50. White and ___ Colored J ,'/!) S Linen ( \ 0 J y J Duck Heretofore $16.50. India Lawns with La:e _ Insertion * and Ribbon Trimmings Heretofore $19.50. il x) o J O West 23 d St, NEWS FROM THE SUBURBS. ) WESTC1IESTEU i VUNTT. MOUNT VERNON. Colonel Henry Husa, f master of Mount Vernon on Tueaday laat, nearly four and a half years of a m ?-? - li administration. pleasant Friday night Early In t'-. from ?. rill :?? n 'I-..-,: h? would like io meet Colonel Hum at Ms home, between I and 's o'clock Hast evening- Soon after I o'clock the entire fore* Of po*:on*!r-<* c.erks and letter-carrier*, headed by As? sistant pastmastrr Huhhell. and accompanied by George Stephens ("Wade Whipple") marched to the homo of Colonel Hubs, and presented to him an engrossed set of resolutions. In recognition of th-ir (jordlal resi>ect anl appreciation if him as an executive. The presentation waa made by Mr. Hub bell, and Colonel Hus* responded in .1 ir. ceptable manner Speeches were mail" by Mr. Stephens and Others, and then Mrs Huss. who had hurrieaily ma lc preparation*, Invited ihe pe iple to an elaborate supper . . . The lui, Separate Com* pany, Rational Q tain E J Kindler rom maridlng went to r for rill" practice yea ter.lay. . . . The ".- a- Charles H Do bec-n pastor of the Baptlit Church for four y- ira and more, yesterday took ht* leaa-i pastoral charge Of the I'- ? rial church. Newark. A lars* gai - of friends wa* at the station to hid him "goodby," ari! io wiall him con? tinued au cer*s in his work, Mr. Dodd ?ucec-ssfui paai )rat* here, n >t only by ? -, ? number ; , ireh and In? creasing th,* in:, rest In the church in other but In seeing the entire debt of the church I YOXKKIl. The Yonk?r* Yacht Club ha* decided to move its boathouse from lt.- present location at the sugar house dock to Glenwood. ... A ipecla! meet* lng of the Qood Government Club will be I ? morrow evening, at which ih" Commissioner of Public Works and tho president of the li Fire Com nu- stoners wi] speak of the work ol departm< r: - th< p in* for the year. . . . Judge Dj-kman has granted .1 pi Injune* tlon restraining tha- city of Vonkera from opening Oolumbus-ave. through tho land of John Copcutt. P_T_nKBKTLL. The last day of tb"* Teachers' Institute in Peeksklll was yesterday, and tha week's work closed under most Stupid (US ClrCUmatanc .-. Tho opening ex? ercises wera conducted by tho Rev. M P. Welcher, after which Mrs. Burk* dlscuaaed the t*ach*rs' preparation for primary geograph*.. A class ex? ercise In this followed with th* Bama pupil* as In the racing on Thursday. Th" last period of the forenoon was occupied by Profei?r Glenn, who spoke on writing and Illustrated his methods, .list before the noon session clo* 1. School Commis? sioner A,lari-.- presented to Pi 'lessor Stout, (hi ductor if tho institute, a handsome umbrella, on behalf of thi teacher*. The compliment was re? turned In th'- afternoon when the teacher*, through Professor stout, presented to the popular i commissioner a similar g-ift. Principal John Ml Ier, of Drum Hill School, malo tho ad lr. - of th* after noon on "The Posslbllli District Behool." It was an excellent address and he was Invited to continue the subject at the neal Institut*, whi.-h will probably be held In Mount KIhco. Tho after? noon's session and the work of th* week with tha- a . ip tlon of resolution* cf thanks to tho Board of IT! . ration of School District No. \ James F. Ctooker, superintendent of public Instruction; Timothy c. Admins. Professor* St,,ut and Wetmore, and Principals Miller and Dunbar, tho clergymen of Peek-kill, and tho lecturar* al tho evening meetings. Tho resolutions ware long and exhaus? tive. a;id reported by Chairman Smith, of Bedford. NEW-JERSEY. JERSEY CITY. Some time ago Jailer Robert Davis gave permis? sion to Corps No. 2 of th" Salvation Army to hold monthly prayer-meetings In tbe Hudson County Jail, at Jersey City. Now the army complains that its members have to submit to a search. They also say that they wen roughly bandied and sub? jected to gross Indignities. They further allege that one of the employe* subsequently apologized and said that tho search wat made as unpli aa possible by special orders from Mr. Davis him? self. Mr. Davis denies thia ita lenient, and says ha had no knowledge that any other than thc March usual In ?uch case* wa* made, li* will investi? gate 'he charges. The Horgan Land Improvement Company, of Jer? sey City, which has been In financial straits for a year or more, is about to b* wound up. Bx-Judge william P. Douglass, who was appointed to atralghten out th.- tangled accounts, reported yes? terday that about 7.'. per cenl of the m mey paid in by th* shareholders had either been "frlttercl away or stolen." The fact that nearly all tho booka and records of the aaaodatlon hav- dlaappaarad makes the work of tb* receiver difficult, but ho says the shareholders paid In $41.f.71. out of which they will probably receive about I?,000. The assets are In land, of which he does not wish to make a forced aale. The young man arrested In Jersey City Friday night for Insulting Miss Ida I .av.*, and who gave hi* name as Albert Srnlrh, was yesterday Identified aa Albert Pedrlck. Ho is a young law student, and la "eipectably connected, his uncle being a minis? ter. His cousin, Jarvis Atkinson, appeared for him. and told Justice Bird.sn.Il that his mind had been affected by study. He was fined I***. NEWARK. John P. Sunderland, of Orang*, president of the '?Sunderland Telephone Company," waa arrested yeaterday at Newark on a body warrant. He ls charged with fraud by Howard E. Foxhall, of New Tork, who alleges that Sunderland owes him II. 162 36, borrowed money and rent, obtained by false representations. Sunderland denies the charge. He was released from Jail recently, having been ar? rested on another charge of fraud. Th* New-Jersey Traction Company will sell twenty-nine trolley passenger cars at auction next "looday, to satisfy a judgment reeu!ling from . -W^b^ - Bros, To-Morrow, Monday 148 Pieces French Printed Crepons In the latest and most desirable colors and effects, at 3 Former Price 75c yard. A large collection of High Cost Paras Dress Goods This season's Importations, at Formerly $2.00 to $4*50 yd Departments 6000 Yards Printed Japanese Silks 23 inches w de in entirely new colorings and styles, at Best value offered this season. West 23d St. who was Injured hy a ear in May, :*?-'-? Tha cars it] le. Julius A. Lebkm iher, th* Mayor-elect, will tnk? ii, of ott! ? In (hi . 'ify Hall at u i in on Mon? day next. He will be sworn bj City Cleric W E. O'Conn >i l ??-.? g iti ? from Rep i ?- ir- sent. ENOLEWCOD. Tlu- first passenger nain waa run oarer th* Pall* aadei Raliway on Wednesday of last week, and ".-i n.'M Thursday ir la Intended to open thi road i tween Weehawken and Pori Lee, foi mai. running a train ovei the line carrying Ihe officers and ,i ? ihe company, ai nvii Tho work of completing the road to Englewood will !..- h. gun wu lunn Tho Englewood Choral Club, under the leadership of Arthur 1' Woodruff, "f New-York Cltj give a concert on rh.- evening "f Friday, May ii Judge Willum Walter Phelp* has given th* Englewood Sewer Companj the prla egi - ?Mend lng its sewer main* through hia property t.. ? below rh'' ? ? . ro 11, ".*, the un that nr. nuisance sha]! be . r ?- -?t a-. 1 thereby disposal aif the aewage does .-hmm with Ih* s'ty of ei ed rend, ring worka. I*. AMWAY The third and 11 ?? private *ul roncerl for the - **eo] an M il Society of Rahway, N J., waa given In the Pli I Pi ? - ? i enlng of Ma) I. Th? ? ! ? f th'- il!erm y nr. il and fa people of the city, and th?tr concerti nr. occaalons of social Importai ? rr. . .and thi ? wi re given ur. Ier the direction of Charl' i. Kaihr..-. ii ? ? I I ''arl IT. Doti York I I ir. .1. .1 I>aly. first vlee-p md vtce-j \. E. Wo third vlei pres lent; Samuel Wilson, fourth vice T 1: ,r-" -. tr. ai ur. r; I >. H son, , ? - . ri inr.v, and 1' W M. i n 'oi iry. -Am. PLAINFIELD. Th.- New-York Lyceum succ "The Qrey Mare," waa pr. u rr.' I by local li* ld 'l!,ii ii ihe ''i.i'.ri County Country Club, great hit. Tho au Hence wa the < laaln ? ha ani Ihe applause ai I flowei a unlimited The clever i .layer* were Constantine 1' Henri H. Ely, Frederick W Wala, Vi li. *'"' i,. Jame* ? anthony, william I.. Baundei . i '?- ? lauri Van Ruren. Mra William 1. Saunderi Mr? J, Parker Mason anl the Ml e? Ethel and Jeasamy Harte. HUTHEREMRI). Early yeaterday morning tho bakery and leo cream headquarter* of Dyckman Brother*, In ti". Paterson Plank Road, Eaai Rutherford, was totally destroved by br.-, the Inmate* escaping in their nightclothes. While baking .Millers ,, workman Upset i p Of hoi lard, anl th" three-story brick; an i frame az,- i i a abort time, Tho bakei responsible for ih" blaze was badly bumed, and Herman Muller, of Rutherford, waa run over by a volunteer fire apparatus aral Injured The loss is aboul W.000, and th* bul!'ling only wai ii, un I. Nothing was laved, HOME NEWS. NEW-YORK CITY. Carl Snyder Will mnke an address on "A Working Pragramrno of Municipal Reform" at No. H East Tenth-st. this evening at H o'clock. Tho Water Register, Mr. Ki'.,y, came near the H00.008 mark last weak. Users of Croton water paid bim KM45 Bl. Tho annual mooting of the N'ew-York 1'nltarlnn Sundays, h,,,: Union will be held at All Souls' Church, Fourth-ave, ar, I Twentleth-st., to-morrow evening The public niM-tlng will ho hold at S o'clock, an i will be addresaed by tha Rev, Dr. Oott* hell and the lev. Dr. Rainsford. "Willa and Bequest*." Ton ought to tell your lawyer every bing. Noshing should be kent back from him. You will fall in what you wlah to <-n complish if you withhold anything from him. The men's mcllng at tho Bast Elu-hty-slxth-at. branch of the Young M.-n's Christian Association i ? day at l p m. will be addreaaad by ibo Rev. i*r Ferdinand *-. [glehart, pastor of tb* Park Avenue M, :!i , li.-r Bplacopal church. A fair will be hold at the Misses Ely's school, |n E.gh!y-llfth-st., ti'-xi Saturday, to raise funds for the support of a sn tn nv r home for working girls. The fair will ba open from 3 io lt p. m. Mayor's Marshal Bngelbard Issued Ml city licenses last week, and took in $*,031 ",. Tho total was swelled somewhat by the renewal of pawnbrokers' licenses. But th'*ie was a big deficit In tho Mar? shal's receipts for the first week In May. owing to the transfer of all the fees for dog licenses to the Society for the Preven'.ion of Cruelty to Animals, No. 10 East Twenty-second-st. The yacht Atalanta ls rapidly getting In condition for her transatlantic cruise. Most of the work re? quired ls already done. Launches have been reno? vated, and yesterday the big launch Atalanta No. 1 took George .!. Could down to South Brooklyn, where the yacht ls being fitted out. The sale of the library of the late Michael Hen? nessy, formerly a well-known newspaper man of thia city, will begin at the rooms of Bangs A Co.. No. 739 Broadway, to-morrow afternoon at 8:30 o'clock, and continue each day during the week. The Central Park open-air hand concert* will b* resumed on Saturday, May 19, In th* rejuvenated pavilion on the Mall. The first Sunday concert will be given on May 20. Mme. Scalchl and Mme. Nordic*, th* prlma jnpny, satied- yeaurday rea *tt? rOuna** **atner Simpson.Crawford & Simpson. Great Summer Sale of Ladies' Dresses I.-..nitn.*...-Inst liomin. inorn I n^ I. We characterize this Mic as " jr;reat" because of the very remarkable values offered. Here are some of them: Tailor-made Presses In Cavort C,-a-in.^. with Tux-!" C lt, velvet collar, 8,98??lioni?ni ?i>?.o(). Our "Leader" Coacrt Suit, 13*75-iliciap nt SI7.00. Tailor-nindo Dresses, with tho fashion? able one-button cutaway Coat, silk lined, In Navy and Bl lek Cam* i's Mai: Bl ri-". 18.75-4-ln-sio sal K'i.-i.OO. ?Linen Dresses, Muire trimmed, 10./0. All Imported Costumes at less than Hall Price. Very attract Ive values in Ladies' Capes and .lockets. Three Specials in Ladies' Silk Waists. China Silk Waists, , 2.9o Surah and .lap. Silk Waists, hand tri 3.98 foulard and Liberty Silk ?Waists, ir. ii'i'n- roan _ __ _ . O.af O Sixth Avenua. I9!li to 20.lt Street. I. Mm*. Scale! I Th* number of Bf Hm ? th*r* ??) a .- ?. I Ku lad;da uni A - '? favor nt ?!,, . lat* A para I* of I after 1 - n.ar h ? ? . a \\ t !'. No. 4 I ,- I ?? lim, -. \ND CATS GAI ORE. CAPTAIN' HA! nv i .a;.: HE I I KUM; PI7CIK8 lll'ltl i le-ei Uri tlon of Dogs ? a-ral I 'oiiiinl'la,.- of Mell Ically continue.) I i ? ?? , ? ? ? 11 Hani '? \\ hen u Tribune repoi ter ca . Ungi , i. ,n j.-i.-> .'loon I, ip i i iii,i' doo! -i rn n dr.na ii up in iii-- ill ? el a lal .-?? n .'i b.-i - I ? able .-1 .:;?... ii n, i i. ir, ,0 .in i A eui li n irnT'. ni oe 'ui: ii j ? at. rdai when ? ... " til sri .ni, : Hank.. ilml arly . ? n. i it.li "tabby" '? . ai m. an I il for thc cat Now. the A, H P. C \ wisely di : and .ilA.i ll! lld US,* ? * proprietor* to th* ? itpenae of buying I il ? m. ..r the city (o (he ? ? ? ol -- itlon, i ?.. hire, ot,-. Hu . wuuldn'i . , io reaaon, and th< C ipi lin ,, il tired discussion lt turned oul thal he had presen vagrant kitten to lhal same venerable anal fa able woman len year* ago, and the woman had larved lt ao wi- ly .md well that lt had levelup of the handsome*! and m >si aci if ita ?peclea and tts. So the Captain convei Into ? M ii pl ? He, and gai ? her n eli * moaynary b] . ii bri neck uno cal's neck), bo thal the, ihe said cat, m "aelaed and ir nol redeemed In forty-eight hour* lia- destroyed or othei a of." Captain Hankinson'* Instrumenl of deatructlon is nol one of the I kind, hut a new-fang.i l method, which puta cat* and - Mindly io rt ordei Thi i i ol (he "c ii and doa Monsieur de I the coi demned mlmali were plac I n i "ri ??? pl id.' hal I al when loaded, and th. n th* cutioner louchi I lllumli ,ii I*. "ai i || ar: i I.,i laug! ? matter, " Captain Hani ? tn iori more ? .and d .i-s than ts generally uupt, i nat m my nf (hi m who ha,," large ' pi lin Han klnaon alao aa it th.to ui ii- wh i told I (here i in h ,"l*. yal I. an I " .'ir I of thea while there ire al th'-ro ur* alao "our o' 1 ,-.,; ,.n I an nit .. ? ? om a." MARIOS BABLAXD WBITES AX OPBX tirrill Brooklyn, May f>. WM. Participation In ? news? paper controversy is - I to me that 1 navo refrained until now from making public, over my own rtgnatura, th- simple facts relative to a letter written in November, UBI, which commons* ad a eertain baking poa ier "ao far a* i had any experience in tho us,- ,i auch compounds." in UM i prepared ., new edition of "Common Ren.-ae in th,- Household " Many of ino old I lound receipt* calli I for cream of tartar and for which ll I-, i.ikmg powder. I then ? Bled ala different bak? ing preparation*. I'm linn Cleveland's Baking I'oii Ier tho l.e.si In quality, the most economical in us,*, anl alway* sure to (five uniform results, i did what every Intelligent housekeeper who keepi pace with the prom.-ss in domeatlc s,-i, nee n tuld do. adopted Cleveland's Baking Powdar, arid have useal lt ever Btace. t'nder thes,- elreumatancea it is certainly not Just toavard me or tba public for a manufacturer to continue to use, In spit* of my carm-st protMt, an old testimonial (frequently with the dat* bud preaied), and one that In th* rapid growth of the culinary art mav fairly ba regarded aa outlawed. It cannot assuredly bear truthfully the caption, "Up to I iste." I, therefore, write this open letter to correct any false Impressions that may have been made. I wish to add further that real merit I* the only consideration tnat ever has or ever could induce ma to recoiurnend any article to the public. B__UO-N^iuLJBJJAKDi. iuafai Successors toAXStewaki &Co. Carpet Dept. STRAW MATTINGS P 'II SUMMER HOMES. JAPANESE ANT' CHINE8B , MATTINOS. EVERY NEW r ?** OO VARIETl IN COLOR AND ( PER ROLL I COMBINATION . ) AND L*P. I ROLLA Rl'N I" TP8.1 HI'III ORADE ANTIQCE AND MODERN ORIENTAL RIGS AND DOMESTIC SMYRNAS, A 1.1. SI/.MS. JAPANESE DANTSU CARPETS AND RIOS. A SUPERR COLLECTION OT REPRODCCTIONa OF ANCIENT. ORIENTAL (NDl'STRIES. DOUBLE DAMASK LINEN PLOOR CRASHBS, .*> *,!?.- WI I'K. PARQUET FLOORINO, in i: sin. : \i.-: l. English Oil Cloths. LIM.I.ll! M's. I il l i-:- INLAID AND IN BI Ni ILE il KELTS Al Ul 'LERA I'll PRI Upholstery Dept. I Furniture Dept. Cretonnes. HANDSOME AND MOST ('OM PI.UTI' (.IXE OF DOMI'STIC, UM.I.ISH. FRKXCH. ,15ru ,25r'" .35r"' (Worth .SS). (Worth JU). (Worth Ml. furniture Slip Covers. FIN! COTTON DAMASK SET \ Q OO or 7. or t rii-.'-r.a fit and > * *?*! _ 5<> WORK OL'ARANTEKD. ) a.?P* Window Awnings. rULL SI7.P7, q .?0 *-*? ri: rt. WINDOW. Window Shades. PINS HOLLAND, hartshorn ROLLERS, fringed. .50""PI,,h. I mi: CURTAINS CLEANED AND ,7^c,"? REFINISHED EQUAL TO NKW. ? ?" pr. 1 M ALL OTHERS.*? !>*? CURTAINS iTITORED UNTIL BEPTEMDBR, IF DB HIRED. FREE OF CHAROE. SPECIAL SALE TABLES. SAT! RI'AV SHOWED DI HOW THE PUBLIC A* PRECIATE RKAL BAHI.AI\S. IT WILL TAI* SOME DAYS WBBtBRB THE LINE OF TABLES ? BROKEN, THE QUANTITIES ARE ENORMOT78, TH* ASSORTMENT LAROE, AND FOR -"HEArNESa NEV** H'jIALLED BEFORE. ; 95, '? A TABLE WORTH SOS. 12 00, ? A TABLE WORTH S.C4 THERE ARE MANY OTHERS BETWEEN TH0?t PRICTM, AND THE PRfPE OF EVERY TABLE tn THK BALI ll A' -TI-ALLY LCM THAN rjlCTORT COST. Tiie Entire Block, Broadway, 4th Ave., 9th and 10th Sts. fifi.*? 'i7**\f**aj__ h ? ? llf^fg^ T* "* , '". _,**____! , i'V ^- -*? Mrf-** V - "I i^a .(?*? *_rX*_Mj .|#V* li1 ///)/.'> '.'/FT 17' SALEM. 1: 17? -r:'" ? V BREAKFAST GIVEN TO TIIE I-,'-!! - I . ? " reception ?n '? May f Al ' ' fjov. rnor * I '. tl wer* alan . ? . . ta Including the offlcei kat* in the driven ah,,it tb* City, ' - ll ling the ' I . ". Ha* ' ' il ind tha . . .. . - : ?? Kate ? break \ i ? .Mm . ' I ? w ? r ? ? ? ? 1 . ? , \| ,.. - ll. I ' li. ? ll. P. Oil ? ? '. i M :: E. lisle, ii Ward I ''.rani ? I'.? .!: .: n." ? ir,, rhls . ,-,nu author* wer* v ul.vcr. Tilt: PABXABO CLCA IX ITS KEW BOrsE. (tern ird < lub bel I lal meeting ? ii', il ,te| i;, -i ilaaance, No. i" \\, *t Forty-third it . yean rday ,if;.!-:i i in Among the targa number preaeni wer* Judge George C ii.iri. : lira ti ll Blaahn*! l. Q 1-call* Cauldwell, Mr. and Mi< John D Champtln, Pr. .in I Mi- C. B Longstreet, .luise and Mr W 0. ito. Mr. .and Mrs. Frederick Bellamy, Dr. Kmll> Rlackwell, Mr and Mr-- fl a. Plimpton. Mi Man Mane* Dodge, Mr and Mra. H. I-' I'im .. ii, Mr ,i.l Mr- C A gpolTonl, the Kev Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Brooks, Miss Helen I*. Brown, It Louise Flake Bryson, Mr. and Mrs (leorge Havan Putnam, Mr and Mrs I. H. Choate. Mr and Mra Frederic R. Coudert, Hr. and Mrs Alfred Meyer, Mr ,inl Mra Edmund " ?? Si.-'lin h.. M . Miss K i te E Clark, Mr and Mrs. john F Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. William W Ellsworth, Mis* Helen flray Cone. Dr and Mrs ?; K. Swinburne, Miss Willard, I?t- and Mrs. William i: wood, Mi and Mr- Almon Good Dr and Mrs. VV. N Ouernsey, (he Misses Putnam, Mr and .Mrs. Edward L Parri* and Mrs. .' a Runkle. BBODB tSLASTfS PIAPCTED PAYBOLL, Pi ?-.; !? ii' ", May ?' Yt '"ii.-.- derk Conley, of the Hon*,. ,,r Representative*, s.-m to Stat* auditor Landei -. at ins request, th* disputed payroll of th* Houaa for ii.e May aesslon of IStt. ir covered tha full period Of fifty-two days, until tha Supreme .'?inri di -ian d i Hie* ii. To d i) Clerk Conley received the roll again with in in ior ni..it by t)..- '? aud r, to the effect thal tha im> proprliilon made for ii... payment of m. inlier. ir lapsed ai the yt ar, and iii.it til" (3 isaeml to act upon "ie payroll Clerk ("onley returned the roll aIth an Inquiry if there ira* no money available for tha . i iiK Indorses the tate *? .i-i.t r. in view of thii rn ar y adjournment of the Legislature ? .-- ? in probable. JEBBY tlBPAOWR BEATY Mill. Washington, May '? ?Representative derry Btmp aon'a mall is v.-r\ h*a*o * th* praaanl tune Ha rs* celvca on mi average 100 hMtawa a day, Manv ot ?:'? -sion of r!i>* Populist iv.-s popularity, Ha racalves acores of letter* from Urangera, who write thHt they bava board "f hi* Ulneaa and asprass tha hop.* that he may s;>.lily recover. The patent rn,,Heine men deluge him with - Meanwhile Mr, Simpson'* eon.iition remains un* changed. He ls. nol Improving, nor is he growing wor*.-. bul lils friends do not conceal thi lr fear thal i,is pi ' . 'ii,., bc prolonged ind,-11 nltely He i- greatl) tntereited In the dolnga of Congress, notarlthstandtng hi* enfeebled om.lin,m. un i bl* Populist colleague-* in th* House and Senate visit hun -lally, keeping him fully acquainted arith all that is glint* "ti In doth liram-hes. nit: .icit'ii: sAiirir looked like OOBfBFtBA cy To the Miter of The Tribune. Slr: I will ask you to kindly publiah the fol? lowing facts, In Justice to myself and to Mr. Weinert, tlM auctioneer: I beg to call your atten? tion to the facts which were published yeaterday concerning th- arrest of myself and Mr. Weigert. We w, re taken before Jus'.lc- McMahon this morn? ing, and when the caa* was called up J>* l~ncey Nicoll and. Harry Tpmplcltrv* ?aajpeiu-eS *j aa our, attorneys. _lr. Fine Furniture. \v?* are always pleased to show in tending purchasers our Furniture, par ticularly after they have been lookinj elsewhere. Wc know mir styles an correct and prices low. Our reputatioi hus bren established <>n selling onl; goods ol' reliable quality. We no; onh furnish city bouses, but country home as well. DE GRAAF & TAYLOF FURNITURE COMPANY, n <c 40 wi:sr ///// st. SIMONSON >^$pr $ Human Hair Emporium ^ 933 BROADWAY ?'. BcUaecn 21M and 22d Sts. TI;* .hnv. bulMtr* hss hem - *rr.',r*ly, ni' abt* tn mv r"i?tr?.?s. Indi, s will find In every dtlai th* m.st p?rf>et HUMAN :,AIR AND TOILET EMPORIUM in MlateBea Na anpeae* sri !at->-*r h.... b??n srar*-d t s.rnra. ?a?ry a*a-,mf rt ?nd lonva-nia-n?-*! A r .rdi.a! Invitation ls h*r*W(th exra-nded tn all to tn ?pi>a*t my n?w rda'* ef huslna-**. Thanking my friend, .an I p.'r r*? f r t*-,* riant favor*, I hop* to raatsln th-lr good - ? fUtttia. Ha-; atfiirway *? M*iO>sO\. list _ *Bd BU i ? ... lie was areal If I cai ? full ei ; ,*.?. H ii TOPAKYAN. .\. -a > rfc Mv ? :--i NOT ANXIOUS FOE l NOMINATION. ' ? I ? IN'S BROTHER-IN-LAVt ' 'vii.- iii: u-..ii.', \,.i-;-i- ONE. Pori \i iy :. .1 ; Ige hro-:. ? ".: ii uti- rn, recently In Call nar a r. n .nun i mself aa not bains ? on the R< : -. He , . ilent 11 an ? lection, li it ni he ?iai moth, r term, igh I belici i n were ten lere I him he a ii iign ll-' li .... i i tn ad i ince of : ? ? nominating oon \i m.,-n, if ha n i min itlon." WELLESLEY CLPB LFXCBEOX i ttl r , i" hundred member* of the VTellealey <"luh. un organliatlon made up of the alumna.' of Welles ley College, were present yi 'terday afternoon at rhe first annual luncheon of the olub, h"M m ihe windsor Hotel Mrs. Mary Bdwardi Twltchel i? the presl.leni of the club, bul she -iii not i yeaterday, on a,?..unit of illness. The position of toastmaster waa till. 1 by Mrs. C. M. North. She Introduced aa the drat speaker Dr. Lyman Abbott. who responded to the loaat "The Graduate. ' l>r. Abbott ipoke first aboul women taking too many reaponaibllltlea H* sail the great .langer to 11>** educated American woman of to-day was tn her being too ambitloua and too conacientloua He told ih. in timi, as ye*, al least, tha sat. ty of th.- Union did not rest wholh upon thi ra; that the m. n. ti..!with-randing rumor* to the contrary, could be trusted a inila- while longer. He urged thety not to be in auch a hurry, bm to aro Blow ly, Mis* S'ie M Taylor responded to tbe toast "Tha Unrepresented Woman." She touched upon the surrriiga" question to som* extent. Sh.* believed that woman's prop r iphere was in the home, the place whi re her mtiio nee was most f.-it. Katherine it ??oman spoke on "Fellowships," and "Alina m.tier" was the toast to which Francis Pearson! Plimpton responded. Among those pres? enl al ih- luncheon were Ml - Grace indrewa, Ml Pn nklm S. Billings, Miss I--.ni.-llc Clark, Miss Bessie Cook, Mrs C P. davidson, Miss Bertha l. l "'.ni" ld ?-.-. Mi - i-. i-'. Hughes, ailsa Mari '?' lim linn. Mlaa Augusta Johnson, Mrs. A. I.. Livermore, Miss Sarah v. Lowther, Mlsa Edith M Luther, Miss Helen A. Pierce, Mrs (leorge Plimpton, Mrs. R, it gee, Miss Ruth strong. Mrs N. v. Thompson. Mlaa Annie s. Woodman and Mis* E. lt. Woodruff. TBE VI BDEBEE SEEPS BIBSELF ntl.I. BIDDER Tim polio* engaged in the March for the murderer of ?"ottIla l, tirol, apparently wer* not any nearer to thc criminal yesterday than on Wednesday ann lng. when the body of the murdered man was f.und In his room ir, tba ie ir tenement-house at N Ul Willi,im-st. Detective Mei'rory, who had (OM to Honiton, tt. .1 . nn Url,lay In the hope of arresting young Philip I'lrtig. returned late at night to repori thal the man was not known at thal place. Another 'lei-, tue had baan sent to Boynton, V .)., with no better success, lt was said. lt looked a.s If th* polio* hal been mlsinf irmed as t? the plac* when young Pltug nad been employed ns a bartender, and that ba was taking pains to k. ip out of their reach. The suspicion that he h.li a _ullty knowlcdg* Of th* murder of *'.rob In. r.-.i-? I with the lad.iv in Hilling him, and there seemed te be no doubt yeaterday that if h- aras caught he would be charged with tha Crttn* by the police, although there was sud to be only circumstantial evidence fur BUCh ii .-(large. Aaoooac*m*ata "Eumbra." E. & W. "Waubunk." E. A W. New Collar*. K. a W. Hbnrt A. Daniels. M. D? BO WEST VJT1I-8T. Dis*-**** of th* N?rvou* By*t*m. O?nlto-t7rln*ry Creina l_pot*ncr sad -Sterility. Hour*. I u 1. I ti L Pm lu ps* Digiktible Cocoa intn_,oth*r coco** or chocolate* I* tn? vtaoattA. that If flU jwt-UU.tiul) aligcstloo. _>*llotou* turor. PLUSH CARPETS. THB MOST EtTOSOmCAL, AM) WE THIT4X THB BBST N KARIM. ? 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