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IB V THE DOGS BARK FAREWELL
mm mm' clobixo jaX or rue iricsTmxaxEit JmM B KESxnr, cuvn suoir. ttKjPM Jiree Protests Against Some of thit Minor WMjBtB Award VoutiB Artists Van llin Canines K'lfnB " MoilHa-A Welsh Wlre-Halrnl Fox JJf "fflF , Jiounil Wlni In the Miscellaneous Clnsa. fwfiK Airedale nnd bulldogs, tlnr toys nnd glean. MMf I W lie mastiffs, sounded their Inst barks for tho $5l E1 year at Madison Snunro Gnrdon yesterday, nt la? '; tho closing sosslon of tlio twonty-third annual sfUl ' Westminster Kennol Club lleneli show. Tho ml L K ntlonitaneo wns again largo, nnd In thin rospect is s ,n 8iiow imF' bcntnn a" rtu,t rccon,s' Th BWj K, presonco ot an ontlro art class from thu Acad- Ms' I, "t"r of Doslcn, bunllv nt work on nkotches jFsj J? ' from life, was an unusual scone during the Mi JK early hours, Tho Bt Ilernords nnd other largo if ' breeds posed as imtiently as professional mod Hi? t Sir ' tno 1U'0,C dnrtlims about ot the fox ' ( iffi torrlors would lm needed a snap camera to Hf HI Mton n Perfect llkenes. Tho deft fingers of lm$ i wK the young women nnd youth, as ther hurried ' Wm I Mmt t,ia penells over the sketching blocks, were wi SS ( ftafit ' nearly as great nn attraction to the children at I Em Uk tho show nsthoilocs. J K Mp u. As usual on tho Hitting day of alamo show d lflf ! '' ' the Westminster (ommltteo hnd to consider 'A jl JBEp&'aonie Proto-iK There weio three In nil The w& ' IsHffl 'tmll terrier with the trlnunoil tall, mentioned 1 Tm 'm&Bltyn llIE 6tJN'K remntkaoii fukluv up does roe flii lit ' nJSrS' terduy. was one of thoso protest -d. It turned MJE i out to bo Dr. Lewis's l'miMess. wlnnor In the HEitKff 1 i limit class for doss, a recent Importation from HwSdf if- ' En eland. Ho arrived so cross In flesh that Mfli ft tlon, and the terrier still carries too much H-SvH-S W woleht. Tho proteit wan made by Ooorge jJJS ' m Wlson, owner of Hob Itoy. third In KMlM t tn the class, on tho cround that Faultlrss's MflflM ffi " ""' l)ecn "tnmperod with." Tho JSfll'it 1 committee rotorrod tho protest back to E W at Wilson for n moro dcllnltu statement ittfif"! l l no 'atter believes, with many others of tho RrlffS Xk- lolent. that Fnultless's tall, by mistake, hn B4MM i" benn thinned out by "slmlnK" It nil oer, In- fSlWl m stoad ot condnlnc tho trlmmlnc only to tho it,ji i $L under hairs. It is plain that the tall coveilne Bm?Sj l' m Is xo thin that the pink flosh shows throucli too BMkSk t re? 'Plainly. "BhaliiR."nsIaiK'lersue tho term. HBMt I Wi does not slsnlfy the application of a razor. It WfWg f Wi moans to thin out superfluous hair, or break It Min K off by rubblnir with emery paper. Tho coats BiSISll i m of Rmooth-coated breeds and the under parts IfUS ' W of the iall are often lined down by this uiothod. ill I F. Eosln Is rubbed In first, before tho Pinery pnpor jlljbs tf Ismsed. The gl't of tlm matter Is piobably fsM that the man who fixed upthetalldldnot know IHI8 1 f bis business. In ncouplo of weeks, sooxporu ljS ; M. nay. Taulttess will havo as Rood a tall us any fiflS i iW dqi: need flaunt ijffli ' a Tho other protosts yesterday wero In tho iliS Eft Lrlsn setters and dachshund clns-pt, lilddy "IhB ' Hi Flnnlas. entered by mistake In the limit class WlJliS 1 W fordoes, was transfened by tho judge to the SrtlM m same class for her sex. In which she won Hi st fi'UW t ' (eS r,V. Klrby, owner of the thlid prizo doi. ICII- arlijt t ' Si dare Hope, filed tho protest on the Kround that iKllB I ISi Biddy Flnalas had been put In after the en- fl Ji' tries had closed. Tho committee, as tho ml1-- jjtMjf" ff take was n clerical one. overruled the protest. t(Wi: ' w Kn decision waB reached on the -eeoml protest, .tfit Is acainst Jl. G. Moyer'n Hansel, dinner of the 3H IS limit class for red dachshund docs, beenuM ho tfB Wi was Inellulble by winning in thn We-t. Tho WiJB ij protest was made by Ij. A. Klein, agent for the mSMf f !g Venlo Kennel's Venlo Challenge, winner of IKMJft i K tlio second ribbon. It was said that thn protest ll 5 St would be sustained, the eonimlttee only wait- Svjg r Ing to receive tho noeded data regarding tho toSke w Western wins. MHMa Aside from tho Intilt!es comiilleatlon tho R'fllS kI bull terrier men wore agitated over the action mnm i S of tho Bull Terrier Clut. at Its'annual meeting S'SSr? ! w on Thursday, iupassiuga reholutlon lensurliiK 'TiBrTv ! & be nwnrds made In tho breed at the show. Swtw s m Irank F. IJolo, owner of the chief winneis, KtitS i ?B farshewa8 not at too moeting Ho believes s?ff"H W that the notion or the lnb will bring nbou1 tho fwlM u suspension of its oflleers by the American JieM itt Kennel Club. One of the oldest of the A K C. tWiarl B rules Is that tho judgeV decision xhall be llunl, !fS!Si S and, aside from tho violation of this liile. in Tf S spirit at least, Dolo said that In an eperiunco Si'nliH iS o( twenty-flo jears he had nover knovvn tlio f&wxjl bull terrlor classes to be better judged. (Julie yuRcJ' regardloss ot the vvar of words being wagod SSCji Ei over them, the bull terriers kept up their j3)iif Ji vhaclty to the closing of tho doors They have jK! k such a noisy way of attracting tlio notice ot Hff In visitors that.couplcdwith the spectacle of their HBt ' & red eyes and glistening teeth, many of the ma- Umwtil ' trons who struck the low in tho afternoon Hl - Wk Gathered tin their children in arm and rushed mrnXi- ' iP away In alarm. This, of course, stirrod up tho HHf fjjEr dogs to still lotidor barks. '1 he matrons, .ifler WSmwSil ' if- their slurries from the row. hud many n tale ot Kllf- IK miraculous escapes from Infuriated eaninos to KV1I p relate. Mlt If A change was made In thu placing of the B' Ki Winners of the H II. Itiinnewell I'roduen H! m Stakes. First prbo had been civ en to J. II. jf Hf Muillns's Hill Ilurbtdlrt. through a misiinder- Kt '- m standing, and George II Hitehie'H MisterCrib H ' (2 Was moved up In his nlnen Kitehle also won f Wf honors with two of his biteli puiiples in the W otherdUlsionofthlsstakn, and his good show- f JE Jng Is Indication that his Sonne t-toelc are it f. K the right stamp. Br , There werono formal closiiigceromonlefi. hut H! ', Iff. as the hands of the elnel iiolnted 11 tho benches t ih: were emntled wltli a rush Tho dogs to go by H: M express to their home kennels weio boxed tin Hj ; and sent olT to catch thn midnight tr.dns. tvMIIo HK u? the city and suburban dogs wore the tlrst to bo 1 led away. Ho many are owned in the towns BH.t, Vf along the Harlem branch of the New York l E Central Railroad that the midnight local to nj iS 'White Plains Is known among the commuteis j: ft on theshow-closingnightasthe"dog speelal " i m Tie waiting room for ten minutes before thn i , & tralnwasmadnupresembled a minordogevhl- 1 ., bttlon. The dogs were carried In tho baggngn t cars, and an extra ear whs put on for tlieirae- EHiE v eommodatlon. jH; 1 There was the usual number of files record - ! I ed among the exhibitors, ono being thermr- HK I chaseof the pointer Hhotover by W Gould llro- mnmi rf kaw for 1500. HHJHjI if rnjr snouTixa. HbH! 7oxlin1l Keene anil nnntel T. nrndlev T)e- BH P tented nt tlm Cnrteret Oun Club. HjMpEjf' W Foxhall Keene nnd Daniel I. Bradley were HKBk ' P defeated Inn four-cornored 100-bird match on HbDBI , f; the grounds of tho Carteret Gun Club jester- Hljm ffi day afternoon by "G. K Francis." tlio Wilkes. !( Jf barre crackajack, and .1, A, Graven, another HgHK ;'" i' well-known clubman who has been prominent HlHB? if. In trap shooting circles for somo years. Thn HbHk 'i i abooters all stood at thirty sards rise, and tho HsBBEt ? Ji scores at tho finish shoirod that tho Carteret HBHJh " if Club's pair lost by two birds HhjHiP , Keene,and Bradley led nt tlio end of tho first HBH' II half of the journey by ono bird, but Bradley. HKibJ' i whoso individual hcoio at that point was tho HflHWJ M beetone of the nuartet, went to pieces and lost I nine In the second half, throo of which died out HmBff m of bounds. VSf! X Tho birds were faster than those used during r I the big tournament, owing to thn fact th.it WBtt t there was a good breeze blowing across the HaBv; m range which, eouplod with the crlsn atmos- h phere, developed many screamers. Ke -' i The match as originally air.mged was for V B BV " I B.' Hoyt as Foxhall Kecno's partner, but. owing HkBki ' X to his non-appearaneo nt tho grounds, Ilradiey w , S volunteered to take ids place. The scores. H fC O. V. Frnrl, Wllkoibtrre. Pa A. M, i'-B. C 3133J 0'iJ2S 22'2 'J022 20202 IH 7 I SOJiO 2102 0222 2212 02J22 JH BfSi I ToUl 8rt 14 KK' I IZ.'OO 2212 23222 1220 2023 .IS 7 H$K 3223" 0023J 22121 2.'23 Ol'JJ VO r, HHH To til. ... .. as 12 K Onnd total 1 2) R Fnihall Krone. Crt;rPt o. C K. a, 23103 1222 202J 022J 2010 17 h K 33222 3020 103 2I0J2 i'iiil IV) tl BK I Total RH ii V l, Daulcl J. Bra4Uy. Cartarct O ). UUK- ' 2j;2 22132 2202J 2212 212ill 30 f, t i S202Q 2201 3J120 00.'2 232J. . .lit II bBH, ? Total nit U mmm k Orand total .. . 72 2m Ki I "Utid out of bounds. HH HEJ I' NewHives, l'eb. 2i.- Definite arrangements HHb t havo been made for the annual whist tonrua- HB Dient between Yale mid Harvard, Tho match SHI; ' Trill be a pair match without change of part- HllK ' ' nrs- I1'' oilman of tho Yale team has HHR toleoted the following men to compose the HjUl' 5 team, basing his choice on tho work of thn Halt ' men .In tho various class tournaments: J, H, Hnijttk II Cameron nnd O, 6 Bryant, AY, G.I.ee and K, A II i ailmore.B. Glliimii icaptnin) and It. B, Tilling- I hast, Mr. K. JI.TIIllnghast, a member ot tlio K f class of '88 utY'ale. who was a meniborof the E l I Cleveland whist team when thuy eauio in nH' I i second In the natlonul championship, has been ! I coaching tho men. Altliough Harvard hits her ' l veteran team. It lb thu opinion of those inter- H i estedln the ganu here that the Yale team is j, ! stronger thnu ever befoio and stands a good H ( nhanee of victory. Thu match takes place in lu I this city on March 27, All of tho six Yule men 1) are seniors In the academic department, ex- 1' ' coptTllllnKhast, wlio hr fi.'.linuiii Tho win- j ! nlng team will receive, Inuiwi t I eiiampiun- EVj ship banners. BejIS' Oddi nml I.ihU of Siort. HiMI C, A. II. No: but dog rhnvH Imrr beru held In tlio MjMI 7i Vvtuilntfr A'irliirn Hltli A 7lif liotponi'd tlnriUtovru tlatlm; larniial will M3fMl J If I. rlii iul'lrrmuiit Aveuue Itiuk on tho intuliji; ' l Inb 7 naa. 9 I HH i HjilHHHHi i il y iJisiiii jajii tiii i'r' n smtnuro vcenba At bcjo.avb'b. An Euaeitrlan Exhibition nnrt Mllltanr Tonrnnment for Cliarlty. Durland'anidlnttAcademy.Jslftr-ninlhBtreet and Eighth nvenuo, presented nn animated soono last night, the occasion bolng an eques trian exhibition and military tournamont under the auspices of tho Hahnomnn Hospital Asso ciation for tho benoflt of the froo bed fund of that Institution. Everything tended to make tho display a. patrlotlo ono. Tho bnlcony overlooking the tnnbark arena was festooned with American flags, while por trait of President MoKlnley and tho moro prominent heroes of tho Bpanlsh war adorned thu walls. A fashionable crowd. In which the fair sex prcdomlnatoM. occupied tho boxes, and every available scat In tho homo was utilized. When tbo management counted up tho iiro cecds of tho nlght'senteitalnmont It was found that a tidy sum had been roallzed Tho llrst event was a contest botween 8, B. Parry nnd F I,und, tho formor ou foot, armeU with n bosons), and I.und mounted, with a broad sword as n weapon. The grotesquencss of the affair strongly appealed to tho spectators, l'nrry was declared the winner with three IKilnts to his credit. An exhibition of high school riding by Col. Hems; A. Stoorzer fol lowed. The horse was well nchooled In tbo different movements und kept tlmn to the iiiuslo Inn showy sis l. An lnteiesttng nmslo rldo then took place, in which the following women took part: Mm. John (lerkcn. Mr. h. K flllbert. Mrs. mtvarrt Keru. Mlm Ktla J.atm. Mra llorrln, Miia A. K. l"ia lrle, Mm. It. Donnrlls . .Ml McAuley, MlnA.II. ililla, Mli ltoo SelliKl. Mira '.. Stralaht, Mn 1 Drown, Mlis O I Soliaoftr, Mrs. W. K. Kotman. 5tln llantlrirli, Ml A. Ma), Miss Oraliaui, Miss Pogmnbtrg, Mrs. J. If. Turl and Mrs. J. C. Campbell. At the end of tho drill niiie-il-lniTS contest between Marshall Clapp. D Coleman, and . Eckerson furnished plenty of excitement. The competitors were good horsemen, nnd went for the prize, a handsomo silver cup. with a lm nnd dash that set tho crowd a cheering. At onu time or another each ono of tho rider was thrown from his effort to get away from aglhi pursuers, but no one was injured. Cole man won tho coveted prize Top Hall, rlddon by Charles Geyor, won the Jumping event with Tho most spectacular part of the show was tlio driving of twelve tandems by tho following" Henry A. Stocrzer, Arthur Carroll. Cleoiire J'. Cliusaii, i M. Uirzel, Mi tor Vioment. Carl II htoerier, lrnest hransp, Auxust Zlnsfer. Ji Sal ward O Hansen, W'altei Clauam, Ilmlolph Mid HnKorandllroiEi:0. Cluuscu Several ot the horses becamo fractious, but with the assistance of n coupln of groom, tho frantic hcast wero got into lino again. Capt. Louis Vendol nnd lleut. Theodoio J' .Schmidt, both of the First Battery, then engaged In a bio.idsvvord struggle. In which the latter came out the victor. . . .... II) this time everything was ready for the mllltaiy part ot the programme. A legulatkm n'tlllcry drill was executed b a platoon of the Second Battery under tho command of First Llout. William L Flaunagnn. Fhvstc.il exerclso with sabres was Illustrated by tho First Batters-, and a Getting gun drill by the Second Battery moused the martial spirit of tho spectators Bough riding and tent pegging by members ot t lie crack l-ssev: Troop of Now Jeisoy wound up tho show. The men showed themHolves to be proficient In tho urt of hand ling their horses and at the same time ham mering down tent pegs. This furnished a fit ting wind-up to the night's entertainment. ar.vs'ASTzcs. H, Y. U. Dpfauts thn Team nr Lnfnjetto College Ennlly. Tho Now York University gymnastlo team covered itself with glors' last night by defeat ingthoteani of Lafayette College before nlargo crowd of admirers. From start to finish tho Interest was hitense. although after the first half of tho contest tho result was piactleally decided. The work of F. .1. Belcher, ll00, captain of tho X. Y. C. team, deaotves especial mention. Of tho ilvo events in which ho on tered he won first plaeo in three and second 1 n two. scoring '21 points more than I.afns'etto scored In tho meet. His work on each pieeo or apparatus was clean cut and well executed. On the horse lie w.is at bis best The sens.ttion of the night was the remark able jumping of Samuel .lones, N' Y. V.. ll'DJ With little or no tiouhln ho cleared the bar at ti feet 1 inch on his llr.st trial, and had ho buon pressed might have gone higher. Hn will win a place In the Intercollegiate games this yoar. C. B. Lnuer did come excellent work in tho tumbling, using the bare floor instead of the mat. Alter tho third event the final result wns a foregono conclusion for N. l. hummnry follow-- Horizontal Bar Won br J. C. Hermann, K. T. I!.. UK 1. V.J. llelcher. N V. IT., llioo, aecond, U. II. Porter, I,a(ajette, 1H1,, tlilnl. Tumbling Won bj C. K, Ijuier, Lafnyette. IRPt", F. J. Belcher, second. II. M. llodnnu. I.afayLtte, llioo. third Club Hwinginc Won by H N. MaiCraeken, X. Y. V.. llioo. I E Do la Mater. . V. V , I'.iOl. second, A. I. I'rosibl.Irtfsvelte, lliol, tliint lenoe aiilting W. A. A'oung. X. V. 17., lliol. and S tf .tones, S. i". U.. IIKU, float ilfeot.'llnelies. II 11. Ilaion, Lafayette. 1WJ1. third. Height, fet 1 Inch. Iting- Won by F. .1. Belcher, A .1. Keene. X. Y. 1 , 1900. seiond. A. D. Chtdser, Ijvtaiettc. ItlOl. third Parallel Bars Avon by V J. Ililcher: .1. C. Un mann. second; K. A.ICary, Lafayette. li'Ol third Hieb .Tump Won bj H. S. lones, N Y, fT 1H02, n feet 1 inch, F. A. TJi, Iiafajatte, 1H00 socond, r, Icet4 inchtl. A I). Lhldwiv. Lafayette. 1P01, r. f rt Side Horse -Won by F. .1 Biloher W . Vounii, N Y. U , lt'OI, econd. K. A. Cvry, Ifa)ctte, thin! The following aro the points scored by en -h team- Firttr. fireondi. Third!. I'einlt. Jf. Y. V 7 " O fi Iifayette 1 1 8 Irt Coursing. .TDmf CM Dltvntch to Tht ?Itt LivFnPooi,. Tob. 24. -Tn the ante-final hals of the coursing for the Waterloo Cup at Altcar to-day Lapal beat Hesper and Black Fury beat George Tlncler In the final heat Black Fury bat Lapal. Thn betting was 05 to 40 against thn winner. Itarqnels. rnii.Anr.LFHU.rob.24. -rhiladelphlanswere treated to one of the finest exhibitions of rac quets this afternoon evor played in a court. The occasion was a game between the bist four plasers In America, to (111 Inalnpso ot twenty-four hours set botweon thoseml-llnals and finals in tho amateur doubles champion ship. The opposing teams wore Q. A. Shaw, the amateur champion of Americi. and Tom J'ettlt. the former professional champion, both ot Boston, nnd II. 11. Ilunno well of Boston, thn runner-up In tho amateur championship, and George Standing of New Yoik. tbo professional champion. The game was an exhibition that would be hard to equal, each plaser receiving aehaneo to ahovv his strong points. The best servicu was Bhnvv's, who returned the ball unplayable. Standing, with his low cross-cuts, killed many a ball and saved his 6ido several aces. Hunnewoll, as usual, plaj'ed a brilliant gumo. which was faster than his opponent's. I'ettltwas up to his old time form, and often placed a cut a few inches above the toll board. Thescoros Shaw and Pettlt . 4 15 01&IB17 7R Huuuewell and Standing IS i K, 1.1 10 14 tie Hockey. At the St Nicholas Skating Bink on Thurs day night Lo La Hallo Institute and Columbia Inotltute played tliuir regular schedule gamo In tho Interscholastie serlos before a larg.i ciovvd of students Tho Do La Sallo players hud everything theirown was und won by tlio score of 7 to 0. Drlsler School defeated Berkeley Sehool In the New York Intorseholastio hockey series nt tho St, Nicholas Shilling Hink sesterclny after noon The game was a spirited ono from thn fneo-olT. I)rllur dlsplased gieat team work, and every try for goal by tho llerkeloy boys was neatly stopped. Tho score was; Brlslor. 'J; Borkeloy, 0. Tho rolytechnlo Institute hockey team do feated tho hockey tnum of the riasmus Hall High School nt the Clermont Avonuo Ico Skating Kink last night In a most Inteiestlng game. Biasmus wus outplayed, bur put up a plucky defonslvn game that roused enthusi asm In the first half F.ramnus failed to score, and for "i'oly" II, Notninn scored u pretty goal, assisted by thu entire forwards of the team, leaving the score of tho halt J to 0 in ' l'oly's " favor In tbo second period of iday, Krasmus was again shut out, while Hoyt shot u lino goal for "l'oly" lu a scrimmage near the Lrasmus goal posts after the rubber hud been sent back Into thu struggling nlayers twice, leaving theilnal score: Polytechnic Institute, 2 j KrnsmusHall High School, 0. Atlantic Ynrht Club Meeting. The Atlantic Yacht Club ronvened In special sea aloa last evening In the banquet hall of tbo Waldorf Astoria for the imrrovi of taking final anion on tho proposed amendments to Ilia ..nnalltutlon of the club, ffhlclmcravntid upon at the regular meeting of the organization ou Monda) (vmlng, leb, 13, but required a two thirds vote of members present at a Biibsequent meeting before they could bo finally apnioied, lb auiiudinentu, whiih were uiiaiib imiusly carried last night, wiro printed In full In TiiErlm of Feb 14, TboL brary Committee of 1SB8 reported through Ghalritian Charlei Prjer that lno valuable volumes bad bi en added to tlm club library, and tho follow lug deleiratefc were apnolnttd as tepreseutatives of the i lub to the Yacht lUi ing Ci Ion of North Aluer lea Oommoilere Fri dorkk T Adams, Xe buty IJ, I.iwton and Col, Pivbl K. Aiuieu In addition to the nnal pakeaee of the amend ments, William K. pearl was ebiled Treasurer for the year h(i,, tiiato'hcn luiuir vacant owing to the fact that Treaiurer-rlt.it Frotliliiu-haiu fouud It im vottible to attend to the duties of the ofllco, i lihifc;lfMfiiiiiili':tt'ir ' .ii i EUUHiMiBsalaaiBSiatiiiauiiiiMbUui i L. - Cbnffmlcdjrrom,pirr7llAlVj. ' " ' We camped the first lamtna,' "Tim camped Inateotr '"Well. It was pahlly stent, and pahtly bahk.' " ' I ahonld bare thought you would have died.' " The girl laughed. ' Oh, no, we H kept foat rate. We slept lu the tente-we had two end we cooked In the shanty,' Bhe smiled at the notion tn adding! 'Atfii't the nclghbas thought we we'e gypsies; and tho stimraa folks thought we we'e Indians, and wanted to get baskets from us,' " At first glance It might be thought that Mr. nowells was also trying to wrlto a dialect story. This Is a wrong Impression, however. He has noticed that Now Fnglnndors do not pronounco the letter r. nnd hat taken pains throughout his book, whenevor Now Knglnnd ers, particularly thoso not well educated, con verso, to substitute for tho unspokon lottcr nhonotlo symbols, such n upostrophesand "a" or " nh " To Iho eye this Is as oITeutlvo as tho best Scotch or Southern brands. Porhaps, If his essny meet with approval. Mr. Uowells may tn later books extend his phonetic system to all sounds or adopt the Ingenious: alphabet of tho American Dialed Society. Clementina, tho S'ouuc woman whose adven ture are related here. Is nn ev on-tempered soiing person, endowed with an Innate sense of her duty tn herself nnd to those about her that enables her, notwithstanding defects In pronunciation and grammar and n very limited education, to lit giacefully and without om barrnsstnont Into dlvorsllled and quickly chang ing social environments. Sho Is pot a church member, as sho states repeatedly, though, ot course, she attends church: nevertheless she knows and does instinctively what Is right, without talking about It, In gratifying contrast to tho theological student, who Is forever argu ing about his duty and doing tho wrong thing. Her attractions ot person and ot mind am unusual, drawing to her many women and all tho men sho meets. After a quick succession ot adventures sho 1 landed safely In Italy, where, on fnnilliai ground, Mr. How ells slow up. allowing his renders to regain their breath and Ills heroine to listen to tho declarations of love from the young men she meets. There are five ot these declarations, without counting lepetltlon by the rofued or thoso unspoken by men who seo they havo no chance. Clementina narrows hey choice to two onls whom sho mairles. in succession, of j course tho method selected for ellmlnat- Ing ono husband being death and not I divorce. The culmination of her adventures comes so suddenly after a long spell of comparative Inaction that It reuulres a strong effort to grasp the fact that the husbands are successive In Clementina's mind. This seems a valuable addition to the stock of terminations for romantic stories. Other heroines, doubt less, have been marilod twice In fiction before; doeB not Thackeray marry Amelia to Dobbin ? It means usually tho taking up with a second best when the first best is lost, or Is the compen sation for a mistaken Hist ventuie. Tho Idea of deciding between two equal candidate for favor by practically taking both opens up now nnd promising vlbtas. It was not to ho expected that Mr. Howell hhould drop nil old habit at once, and horo and there stray bits of his local color will bo found, a street namo with hidden Boston associations, or the mention of locally known Boston tradesmen: sot he has Buccoeded in keeping this down in his new experiment. It was Impossible for him toloavo out. however, many bright and amusing hits. There is a voungltusslan Anarchist who stands on the ronto Yccchio at night in a storm determined to commit suicide, as it would carry out a dra matic situation, but who changes his mind be cause his hat blows off and he has to chase It. There Is a stranded Vice-Consul, on whom a cantankerous old lady pours out her story of bodllyills, who hays: " I don't want to hurt her feelings, or not to help hor; but I know ten times us much about Mrs. Lander's liver as I do about ray own, now " There is a Boston man who makes himself objoc tlonable to other Americans nbroad. "Yes," ho says, "lie's at our hotel, and he airs his peculiar opinions nt the table d'hote pretty freely. He's a revolutionist of some kind. I fancy" Ho pronounced the epitliot with nn abhorrence bofltting a oitlzon of nState born of revolution nnd a citv that had cradled the revolt "He's a Nlliilist. I believo." "Hogged Lady " will not detract from Mr. Howells's repu tation; it promises to give him backto us as he was before ho went in pursuit of strange gods Though shu fpenks of financial prosperity and of the delight of establishing a successful magaine. Mrs Ritchie in her Introduetlon tn "Tho AdventuiCB of Philip." volumo XI of "The Hiogr.iphleal F.ilition of Thackeray's Works" (Harpers), cannot avoid the sadness that her father's brief editorship of thn Coni lull .Waaaiinr evokes Itoth she and her renders know that tho end is near. Her introduotion is brief, and tho story of thn foundation of the CnrnhlU was told long ago, but she publishes a very Intimate letter touching the subject, which in all probability led Thackeray to re quest that his biography might never be wiitten. I married at yonr ace with 400 paid bj a news raper, which failed six months afterward, and al Tvaya love to hear of a younc fellow testing his fortune bravely in thit ay. And although my own marriage was a vrecli, as you know, lwould do it onco agaiu, for behold Love Is the crown and com paction of all earthly good. 1 ho man who is afraid of his fortune never deserved one. curious incident in hi editorial career was his rejection, on the ground of its being Im proper, of a poem by F.llrabeth Barrett Brown ing called "Lord Walter's Wife." This Is his letter to her: My dear, kind Mrs. Browning Ha Browning ever hid an aching tooth which must come out (I don't say Mrs, Browning, for women Rre much more conr ageousj a tooth which must come out, and which he has kept for months and months away from the dentist? I have had such a tooth a long time, and have sate down in thU chair and never had the cour age to undergo the pull. This tooth is an allegory (I mean this one). It's your poem that you sent me months ago and who am I to refuse the poems of F.ltzabetb Barrett Brown ing, and set myself upaaa Judu-ooverherif Ican'ttcll how often I have heingoluc to write, and bavo failed You see that our mugarine is written not onlj- for men and women, but for boys, itirla, Infants, sucklings almost, and ono of the bet of wives, moth ers, women in the world writes some versos which I feel certain would bo objected to by many of our readers, Not that tbo writer is not piiftand the moral most pure, chaste, ami right, but there are tilings the moral public will not hear on Monday, though ou Sundays they listen to them without scruple In yijur poem, you know, la an account of unlawful passion felt by a man for a woman, and though you wrlto pure doctrine and realmodcslvniid pure ethics I sm sure our readers would make an outcry, and so I have not published this poem. To have to say no to my betters Is one of the hardest duties I have, but I'm ure we must not pub lish your veiscs, and I go down on my knees before cutting my victim's head off, and say, "Madam, you know how I respect and regard you. Browning's wife and Ptnlid'a mother," and for what I am going to do I most humbly ask your pardon. No wondorthat two years of editorship were enough for poor Thackeray. Mr. John Benttle Crozler Is a Canadian who, having abandoned the practice of medicine for philosophy, has boon distinguished by the British Government for his philosophical work by thu confe-ment of n civil list pension of $1,000 a s-ear, n not common lovvard. Having reached the age of 45 years and being threat ened witli blindness, he has thought It worth while to writo tho stoiy of his llfo and of his mental development In "My Innor Life, Being ii Chapter lu Personal Bvolutlou and Autoblographs" (Longmans, Green A, Co.). Wo regret that wo have nover read Mr. Cro zler's philosophical works, and aro unable therefore to detormlno what valuo his inentnl processes may have to thinkers, As an auto biography It suffers from the defect of ull autobiographies Intended for publication In that wo seo the writer only in the phases in which ho chooses to show himself to the pub He. Hoseomstohuvo luul n dreary childhood In Canada; his pictures of his homo will certainly not encourage immigration to the Dominion, Tills was followed by a hard life In EneUhd. lit the course ot hi Ufa. however, 'Mr. Croaler had one fulTenturo that Is ot general Interest. Being puzzled by somo passages la "Sartor Bosartue." ho asked for nn Intorvlowwllh Thomas Carlyle nnd ob tained It. The meeting he carefully noted down and relates In his book. After somo con ventional talk about Ooothe, Carlylo turned upon him, asktng, "But what may yo be?" Crozler told him he was a medical man from Canada with aspirations toward literature, and was starting to tell him of his dcprelon of mind when Carlylo stopped him nnd en Id In n hard, lrritablo tone. "Nn, nn, that wlnna do. Yo'd better stick to j'our profession, young man. It's time enough to think ot Iltoi nturo when you've cleared your own mind nnd havo .something worth sas'tng. Medicine Is anoblo calling," "Y'es, It Isnnoblo profes sion, but sadly fallen Into quackery In theso days. Tho least known men in It nio often the best. Tho best doolor I ever knew was a vil lage practitioner In Scotland. Man. ho oould look s'ou through by a kind of Intuition In nn Instant; but tho great London doctors that come nbout me here, drlvo up In their car riages and nro off again, nftor looking nt their watches mainly, leaving neither me nor themselves hotter or worso oft than befoio the public ia n great ass." After telling him that "George III. is not the fool he Is taken lor" becauso he had collected books that Carlylo needed for his history of Frederick tho Great, he tackled Mr. Crozior's mental troubles. "And which ot our authois have yo boon read ing that yo havo boon brought Into this frame of mind?" he asked. Mill and Buckle wero mentioned, when ho broke lu: "Oh I Ayel Poor Mllll Ho used to come to mo horo with his Benthamism, his Radicalism, his 'greatest happiness of tho greatest numbet ' and a' that nonsense, but I hnd at last to toll him It was a' moonshine and ho dldna' like It. But ho was a thin, wire drawn, sawdustlsh. logic-chopping kind of bods was poor Mllll When his book on 'Lib erty' came out he sent mo a copy of It to read, but I just hnd to tell him that I didn't agree with a single word of It from beginning to end. He was offended nnd navercame back tome; nnd when I wrote to him to ask him to moet some Americans who had como over, he nover answered my letter and never came, and I nover saw him again." Then with a sigh, "Ase! but ho was a pure minded man, John Mllll" and after a pause: "But I will tell you what, his fathor, James Mill, a great, big, burly fellow whom I used to see at the India House, was ' essentially by far tho greater man ot the two. But of all the block heads," ho wont on. "by whom this bewil dered generation has boen deluded, that man Buckle sou havo just mentioned was the greatest." At tho mention ot Herbert Spencer's namo he wont off Into a peal of de risive laughter, and exclaimed contomptu-ousls-. "An Immeasurable ass 1" After nbroak he continued: "And so ye have been meddling with Spencer hav o ye ? He was brought to me by Lowes, nnd a more conceited young man I thought I never had seen. He seemed to think himself just a porfect Owl of Minerva for knowl edge I" Mr. Crozler then withdrew discomfited. It is chnracteilstlo of him and his book. In which no traco of a sense of humor will bo found, that In this interview he never under stood Carls'le's kindness and sound advlco to himself, but only remombered his quorulous ness and tho outspoken expressions of opinion on tho idols that he thought were doing a S'oungman harm. "The Sinking or the Merrimae, a Personal Narrative of the Adventure in the Harbor of Santiago de Cuba. Juno .'I, 185IB. and of tho Subsequent Imprisonment of the Survivors." Bichmond Pearson Hobson, Naval Constructor. V. S. N (tho Contury Company), comprises In a volume of over ,100 pages the articles already published In the Century Magaime descriptive ot Hobson' heroic exploit. The book Is pro fusely Illustrated with rattier imaginative ple tures. Wn have also received: "Theodore Boosovelt. the American." Will M Clemens iF. Tennyson Neely.) " How to Slug the Choral Service. A Manual of Intoning for Clcrgsmen." G. Edward Stubbs. M. A. (James Pott A. Co) "riutarch's Lives. Fngllshod by Sir Thomas North." Edited by W. H. T). Bouse. Vols I. and II. (J. H. Pent A Co.; Maemlllans 1 "The Manual of Receipts." Sidney F. John ston. (Amoiican Artisan Press.) "How to Prepare fora Civil Service Exam ination." Francis L Leupp. (Hinds A Noble.) "Lite of Samuel Sullivan Cox." by William Van Zandt Cox and Milton Harlow Northrup t.M. II, Northrun. Syracuse.) "Through the Turf Smoke, the Love, Lore nnd Laughter of Old Ireland." Seumas Mao Manus i "Mae") ifloubledny A MeClure Co ) " A Text-Hook of General Pnyeics." Charles 8 Hastings, Ph D . and Frederick K. Iieaoh. Ph. I. iGinn A Co ) "Thought" lievised and enlarged edition Ivan Panln ilvan Panin i "The Dawn or Iteason. or Mental Traits In tlio Lower Animals" James Weir. Jr., M D. iMaemillansi I'iXMJ t a east smr. FTlir, Motber Ttent Dnucliler IVlin TSracgrd ITer from Flnmes VInny Jfnrrow Ksrnpes. Miss Clara Kahn struck a parlor match in her room in the flat house. 51 Seventh stieet, yes. torday afternoon, and a piece of It flew off and set fire to thn fringe of a lounge Tho curtain caught from tlu lounge, and the room was ablas-e Miss Kahn nnd her mother wero alone. They tore at theeurtnins and things, nnd thn llroonls grew 1 he daughter gavn up and ran. but camo back for her mother, who fought with tho fury of desperation Her savings, ?:1K). were in a trunk she vvns vainly trying to roach. Tho girl tried to drag hnr out, but sho pulled hack, and dragged her In Instead. When she tried once more, tho mother turned in a rage and beat her black and blue, without the least idea of what she wo doing, Sho only know that some ono was trying to divert her from her one conscious purpose When, finally, tho two tumbled Into tho hall It was full of ten nnts, who stood there nnd stared. Miss Kahn ahoutod to them to run for tho police Not ono stirred At last an old woman, a Mrs. Wattol. who"e senses h,id not deserted hor, camo that wav, and ran for help. tthtle it was coming, the house and the ad joining one. No. 5(1, wore thrown Into a wild panic. Tho tiro leached from tho Kahn lint across the alrsliatt Into the apartment of David I'nger Ho was asleep and was pulled out of bed by his little daughter In the nick of time. Ono vvoiunn rolled down the stairs and was onriledout In n swoon. In No. 54 Mis Luecla fled to the roof with her children, followed by Mrs Becker, who had n three-weeks' old babv at the luenHt Mrs llecknr fell, overcomo. at the foot of the scuttle stairs. Mrs Luecla lelt her ilttlooiieson tho roof and went down aftor hnr She had heriiemly up to the top when she rolled down and Mrs Luecla hnd to make anothertrlp, Shegothor out on thn roof nt last with her bahs-, just as the flremon camu, Nonn of them evor made a biaver lesouo. The fire was soon put out, Aftei ii was over tlio tenants complained of the 1 jus of many small articles. Apparently thieves had taken the opportunity which n llro nlways furnishes, and had got awuy with what they could find. xxxax. T!KI,T.-Oii Friday, Feb. 24, of typhoid pneumonia, Alfr-J Utnedkt. sou nt Sarah II. and the late Daniel B, Bell, axed 117 years. Funeral servlci s will he held at the Church of the Holy Communion, nth ay. and 20th St., on Munday morning, 27th Inst , at 11 o'clock. I)i:c. HA UW.-At Ht. Augustine, Fla , on Thursday, Feb. 21, i8n, Auron A. Degrauw of Jamaica, N, Y aged nil ears. Nolirc, of funeral hereafter. KmVAnnS.-Huddenl-, on Feb. 22, at her resi dence. Ocean Parkway and Avenue I), borough of HrooMsn, N, Y Uellnorah, wife of James FA wards, Notli e of funeral hereafter, fit. Louis, Mo., pipers please copy. fiUi:i:N.-l)n Fridas-, Feb. 24, Catharine M., widow of John Qreen, aged 75 yesrs. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral services at her Iste residence, U7 West 00th St., on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. IICSTACi:.-(m Thursday morning, Feb, 23, 180V, William Uiultuo I'nncul service at Ids late residence, 418 Madison av., ou hutunlu), at 2 10 o'clock P. M, Inter ment ationvenlenceef thn family McAULLY,-On Feb. 28, at her residence, IBS Trt lOth., iktsr 'KeAuler, aged to ytirt; native ot Port QlWnw, Scotland.. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery on Balnrfay alSP.M. ZAljm.SK.IK.-Al his residence at raramne, N. J., nn Thursday, Feb. 39, John T. Zabrtskle, aged Sa years. Funeral on Monday, the 37th, at 11 A. M. rritE KKNBtCO CEMETr.BY.-Prlvate station. Ilsr JL lem nallroad! a minutes' ride from the Qrand Central Depot. Oracr, 1(1 Kast -12d St. CYI'KKSS HILLS fSKMKTKUY. Onlce lMniltsoii A v., corner '.Md st N. T. iUUntottis Jlotlces. WM?P'mi&IFS HAIL Noted Business Man Li anm list, speaks: Prof. W B. 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WI cents it copy, tjl-l n Year HOUOHTON, MIFFLIN & CO., 4 Park St., Boston cojs linoKis lriiEX tkstrh. Blnn Who Trlrl to I'nss It Arrested A Story it Hun !! Tint It. Herman Goldstein, who is said to be Rncre. tarrof the Confiscation Moros Montefloro of Hoboken. and whoso realdoncn Is nt 170 Mad ison street In that city, was held under $1,000 ball by CommlHuIoner Hhlelda yesterday be cniiHO he attempted to pass a counterfeit silver dollar upon Iiiis Talimanl, who lias a candy stand on the Broadway sldownlk of tlm Post Ofllco liiilMiiic 1'oliceman Kclierh. who ar rested Ool-lbtolu, fnyt that fioldstijln Kot the bud dollar from Jacob Kubln. who has n eoffno unit cnko Blunil m 14 Ann street, lu this war: Itublu was puylue a bill to his baker, when tlio lattor rofused to accept tho bad dollar. Oold. htfin, mi i uh ir xii. and is well known to Ituliln. picked up tho coin. "1 wish 1 hud twenty thousand of them." he la rupruaanted as naylng to Iluhin. "Lot ma havo It. nml I will olther bring It back to you on Saturday or bIo jou. tho amount of a eood dollar ' Then, ho took tho coin and went away. despite the ptotests of llubln. Asboit time nfturward Goldstein bought two atlcksof ponnut cundy from tho candy dealer, tendering tho bad coin In payment Thoro was an alter cation. Tlje candy dealer tested tlio colu on thflHldewalk. A piece pf ; tho dollar broke off. and Goldstein's arrest followed. Before Hie Commissioner yesterday Oold stein's cood character was testified to by Jacob KnKf,Ire8ldeiltI0,0 Concreeatlon J'ose Jjpntonore. and 8 Ualpran, a member, Undsr all the circumstances. Iiowmer. the Commli aloner held Cloldatelu for examlnatloa. .