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55SaUw59" wwn -.. r 17 ;.)""'. " V -'KtTiCVyZTTZi V PAGE FOUR folE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1912 1 i wypgywpaaijppi ,,. iwrwMwi ii 0m0mjm t i I I P ! M m ii i in ! In 3u ! i ft i i. if JL I I Ii I' I THE DAILY REVIEW DISBEE, ARIZONA. i "ALL THE NEWS THAT'S TIT TO, PRINT" I HntfrrJ as ve-onil Class Matter at the ruttorttce at Uitjbee, Arizona, under Act i of March 3. 1ST?. Published by STATE CONSOLIDATED I PUDLISHING COMPANY, - Publishers of I THE OISBEE DAILY REVIEW, Dltbee, Arizona. THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR, Tucton, Arizona. Advertising Rates covering Insertion In both papers (urnlshed on application. Telephone J9 SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall, Carrier or Aaent. One Month 75 Cents Six Months $4.50 One Year, If paid In advance J7.50 A complete Job Printing, Book Binding and Ruling Establishment. Mining Com pany WorK a Specialty. Address all Communications to THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. Blsbee, Arizona. BRYANISM AND DEMOCRACY. .ir. urjau is aitout to begin an active campaign pgalnst Governor Harmon. Thus whether Judge Hnr won is nominated or not, an era of pood feeling Is to bo ushered in. Thore was net or a time when dem ocratic prospects of a national victory were so promising as they are no, with the republicans hopelessly dl ided. These prospects call be dis sipated only by sucl. a movement as :hat which Mr. IJrvan threatens to inaugurate But, even if" he persists in its we still have ground to hope that de mocracy will win, for the great tody of the democratic party is conserv ative while the republican party Is more equally divided between con servatism and radicalism. It is now the opportunity of demo crats, with sufficient provocation to detach this old man of the sea whose fatal clutch has been about its neck for sixteen jears. It has been amply proved that Dry anism cannot succeed and Brjanism should no longer be allowed to be a bar to democratic success. MONEY METALS AND HIGH PRICES. Morrton Krewen, who a few years ago was very much In the public ey-j as a btalwart champion of silver. In raising an alarm over the flow of gold to India and the proposal of the fn Cian go eminent to coin it, which would facilitate hoarding it to the depletion of the western world of its money metal. He demands that this be stopped. We are not at present going intc the question of the relation of the tupplles of gold and silver to prices, though we believe it Is much less di rect than the silverites and the bi lnctalllsts insist Assuming thoir the ories to bo correct, the question l whether prosperity calls for high prices or low ones. Fifteen or eighteen years ago price were low. The sliver men in listed that this was a cause of busi ness depression and the result of the reduction in the stock of money metal by eliminating silver. Th road t- prosperity was to raise prices, ani the way to raise prices w-ss to a.ld4Thc Uleh c9t of MtiS MOUld c0,ue thc stock of silver to the ttock of gold. This would double the amount of monej', prices would go kiting, and everybody would tw prosperous. Their remedy was not adopted, but ihe increase in the supply of money gold, paper and checks ly means of which bank deposits circulate lias Increased. Prices have gone up. William Jannings Pryan and others liavc bailed this as the verification of ttcir theories. Ilioy teii us that the supplj of gold his Increased fast er than fifteen yours ago they sur,. posed it would, and tho increased supply of money hi.s produced the cfrcct that they aimed at. Dut what is tlic result to tho com munity? We are not over and above prosperous, oven U prices arc high, and have not beon for four and a half years. For several years, not only In this country but in Kuropc. thero have Veen loud complaints about tho high cost of living. Thero is no doubt that prices have ad ..no. vnrv much since 189G. Has lllUWVi - 1?Cnlie't'clcfito everybody, as Vjedicted by'thortVo'caics of silver i. ,f.t.,AT Kli.1. Arl(.r, nrnVfti coinage .""r- '"" " " ' to be the boon' that was promised bj the advocates of the cheaper -dollar? If, on the other hand, prices are responsive to the amount of the aoacy metal, and Uie prescut &Isk QF'THEMOMEMT V fcoy K.MoixUon,. Coi)irjht U1L PUZZLE c NC; HIM sow comes, with roj'i, on the wing. The dainty, blushing bride .f sk i ,;. A beauteous thing In flltny lnce, W 1th pride w rit on her haughty face. The pretty bridesmaids all are there; A galaxy that's passing fair. The father's there upon display To give the blushing bride- away. The minister is at his post, The ono man who is needed mosL Tho best man is thore with the rost In his boiled shirt and low necked vesu But there Is one who's hard to find. There arc so few hae him in mind. Ho sort of gets lost in tho crowd. His mortal spirit is not proud. lie's o. bowed "round from place to place, A selling plater In the race. And not a person seems to care, A continental If he's there. Tho hum:. lest mortal la the room, You guess correctly he's tho gloom. CAUGHT ON THE FLY General Garibaldi Is coming from Europe to take command of the Mex ican federal army, but the federal army may be a revolutionary army be lore ho arrives. The Congressmen have been askod so o ten where they stand that most of them aro sitting down. A New York man proposes a law to have all holidays fall on Monday. Sort of a blue law, as It were. La Follette says ho has taken no rest for twelve years. Tho public seems disposed to let aim take one now. Bryan is raising onions'. He is also quite a hand at raising something else. "Coin" Harvey, the eminent freo silverite. has mentioned W. J. Bryan for vice-president Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousand)) weep. Unfortunately for the Chinese princes who are being thown out of their jobs they stand little chance of marrying American heiresses. Ten pairs of trousers have been "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." April 2. 1720 Joseph Dudley, governor Massachusetts colony, died ot in Roxburj, Mass. Born theie Jul 28, 1647. 1S01 British fleet under Nelson bom barded Copenhagen. 1510 Marriage of Naioleon I and tlio Archduchess Maria Louisa of Austria. 1S30 Survey made of lajing out tke Cltv nf Ptilmim ,r.o . ,. L.i- i. t i . IMS-)..! uumuuiu, riiuku swrco- UU1I1. U1VU lyw. UA, X W- 1S41 Tho famous Fleet Prison in London abolished. 1S65 Gen Ambroe- P Hill, noted Confederate leader, killed in the assault on Petersburg. born in Virginia in li24. 1SSC First issue of iho Philadelphia "Evening Star.' lb'Jl Coxey's "army" moving on Washington, reached Pittsburr. mii ioo rrequent mistake. The soul Is intended to guide the body In the Journey through life; tbe.'iuet to be givtn 1 the Jefferson chief mistake which man makes s'('ountj Democratic club In Louisville that be permits the body to guide the ," ,the,n,glt ' A,inl 6' oul -London Truth. , C wrIf n Criil: atllan,,e" clerk of the House of Reresentatlv e land son of the late Speaker Crisp, For rheumatism jou will find noth- ing better than Chamberlain's Lln.-'of ment. Try It anil be how quickly it gives relief For sale by all dealers. tost of living its u grovioiih burden. why should we wor.-y over the draii- neo nf rnlri in Inrtlii? Tf u nnriit Mr. Preuen's ;heorios of money a t denlotior. of tho stck of cold in ihe - western world wouli reduce pricet. down We liave had several j'oars of denunciation of the high cost of living. It has been investigated by tho senate and by the states cf Massachusetts and New York, and has been the bur den of innumerable congressional speeches. The opinion that, finds ex pression is almost unanimous in r,--garding a lower cost of living as de sirable. If all this Is true, and a diminution of the stock of gold would make money more valuable i.nd therefore make commodities less valuable, it would reduce the cost tf 1'ving, and the export of gold to India for hoarding would, bring about that desideratum, a lower cost of living. XI v Jt VVriT-DOYOU SLLL THAT' -RI-btiON TOT5? AbrCE"D A LADV JN A DRY GOODS 5TOR.X.. "LIGHT DOLLARS A VLL'rC - OH, 3C.G p&RTON TITTY CLHT& AYATiD. Jt-tt-: ' 1W! 1 I ! r C N Mather) stolen from Rev Dr Aked. If that keeps up he will have to put an "N" on the front end of his name. FAREWELL Farewell, a sad and fond farewell. Old roller towel to thee. Health sharks aie upon thy trail. Tho end Is plain to see. Vaey say thou art a rendejvous. For microbe, doadly, grim. Until the chances of tho man Who wipes on thee Is slim. How often have wo shiled thee round With a mean and vicious twist And whirled again with force enough To dislocate our wrist How often tlavo we looked the o'qr To find a nice clean spot How often have we vainly cussed When wo havo found It not. Wo've known thoe now for many years Thy soi.ed and unwashed face has gazed upon us constantly In every public place. Take all thy microbes and depart They're sounding thy death knell; This Is tho sanitary age. Old roller towel, farewell. THINGS THAT MAKE LIFE WORTH LIVING Thinking that jou have planted, radishes and having a crop of turnip come up instead. Getting dunning leters that should go to a man wfco has a name similar to yours. HaIiip- inllA1 c of hAl at 5 nVtop.I. In the morning by sometodv- whoi I"Bi- " as ir. wan; wno inuae il want to know it ho is on tho right , l"osslblo to elect a democratic houso .irt .,i if t mr ,.n Mm ui,orJof. representatives, and since his ele- Mr Smith lives ' vat'n to the speakership ho has con - Being pages i'n the cafe when thelducti bs "h a poise that is theatre crowd Is present. You can do this by having some friend call jou en the phone at the psychological moment. Going to sleep In the barber choir and having the barber do $1.75 worth of work on jou whllo j-ou are un conscious. POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Senator Smith of South Carolina has declared for Wcodrow Wilson for President. Idaho delegates to the Democratic national convention are to be se lecteed at a State rouventlon to meet at Cour d'Alene. June 3. Congiessman H. II. Bingham, who has Just died at his homo in Philadel phia, represented the First Pennsyl vania district in the House fo- 3:: iears. Tht Repubiicaii State convention of gates to the Wyoming to select delegates national convention at CMcafto nasi" iM-cn called to meet in Chejenne oul May 13 ' Governor O D. Colquitt of Texas is preparing to begin his speech-making iiomnfiiffn fnr rcv.Tlwtirsn aimut tlir i middle of April Herman Kiddr, who was treasurer of the Democratic national campaign committee foar jears, ago, is now mentioned as a posoible candidate for governor and legislature this fall chief Champ Clatk is to be the speaker and guests of honor at a ban- lias announced his candidacy for rorMfc from .,. n.w lhird dist.rIct 1 neorcia Alaliaroa's indorsement of Congress- man Underwood for the presidential nomination moans that Mr. Unuer-' woods name will be the first pie-,, sented to the Baltimore coiiventioi , .in Atoi.. iw ti, Rrvi tn.. nn ih.Wins aeciareti mat meir ueiensive ro'l rnh Tho State-5 that are yet to hold iirtastifAntlHl iirnfftrpncft uriinarios ha proVMed for b la. and the dates. and Illinois, ! "e as iouos uregonanu iiiuioia,. I, IinX l. .l.n .....Il 1. Vnatfn. chusetts, A'prll 30; California, May !, and New Jorej May S. William J. Bryai., Governor Dix. IfiiriT- f.avTwr QAnntnr O'flnrman. 4-.UJW. v-.-v-, -.. ' at tne jeflereon Birthday bamiuet to I K of v mi m Vou.- Vnrlr ntv on the ' night or April U. under the auBpitts , of the National Democratic club. Ormsbv Mcllarg former Assistant , SVM-Rtarv of Commerce and Lator, who organized the Soulhrrn State, lor President Taft four j-ears ago, and i carried contested delegations safely through the national committee meet-1 ing at Chicago, has. been placed Pi j charge of Colonel Roosevelt's con tests in the South. Since tho presidential election of i:93 the States of New YorK, Nov. Jersej-, Coni-ecticut, Maswichusetts, Maine, Indiana and Ohio have elected democratic governors. Since the votes, ( of these states are considered as vi-, tal to the ruccess 'of the ropublian na-1 tional jarty In tho approaching cam- paign, the politicians are asking on .i.,. ...t,fhr ll.n slnte. named will vote thc republican prosidenttal I ,w hla vonr ha thv Have lions in all campaigns' beginning with U j ic follow the democratic tenaency aj , evidenced in the results of the last state elections. ALMOST A MIRACLE. Ont of the most startling changes ever 3een in any man, according to W 11 Holsclaw Clarendon, Tex., i Governor Woodrow Wilson and ." ' o earn oui in me unit rh.nii. flarV rn tn tin th m.eaVnra ' homa and Nevada. van effected years ago In his brother , hdeneu. "He had such a dreadful cough," i.a ' Many mines havo closed down and writ, "that a our faniily thought many moro are proimrlus. cither Jorc heiWas goins Rtito consumption, h"t edjor on acouutjrof money reasons lie 'began to Jjsc Dr. King's Now Dis- to suspend oipcrtftlons InddHnitoly. -All covery, amtiwas completely cured by to mines In tho Ocamiio camp in the ten bottleB. Now le is bound and i stato of Chihuahua, inaludlng the well and weighs 218 pounds. For j Sierra Mining Co.. suspended early ic mauj" years our family has used tin i the month and tbe camp 1 dead so wonderful remedy for Coughs and far as mine work is concerned. Tho Colds -with excellent results. It s (iiick, safe, reliable and guarantee.. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial hot tie free at all drusglsts. Clark Can Carry Empire State, Sulzer Decleres Special Correspondence of the Review i remarkable It Is due to his leader- WASHINGTON. D. C. Anrll Spoaker Clark will fce nominated by the Democratic convention in Balti more. This Is the belief that is sweep ing Washington and Is being im pressed upon politicians in ami out of congress. From every section of tho tountry come reports that tho Clark sentiment Is spreading. Reports from many Southern States received at Clark headquarters are exceedingly encouraging, and It Is tho belief of the speakor's manager that ho will got the delegation from reveral states In the south, as In New Kngland, w here tho sentiment In favor of tho speaker Is growing rapidly. Many New York members of con gress aro assuring the speaker that they will support him for the nomina tion, and they say that Mr Clant would surely carry the Empire state in tho election. If nominated That he would be the strongest candidate in New York and New Kngland, they declare. Is based upon their belief that the principal issuo in tho campaign will bo the high cost of living, and man who is a candidate that I am in with this a fact, they argue that the 'favor of his nomination We have not speaker would be able !to get the j had slnco McKlnley a man who Is so votes of every democrat In the coun- conspicuously a national character as try and many republicans who aro , Is the speaker of the house of repre disbotisfied with tho conditions, as he scntatives. He Is more widely known did In 1910 in every ftate than any other man, "I am for Speaker Clark's nomina- and his public record Is absolutely tion," declared Benrosentatlve Con- clean. The democratic party in order noil of New ork City today, "because to win in November must poll every I believe he represents better than any other democrat the principles that will be fought ou ut in the cam- iNew Ba ttleships Excel Ail Oth I WASHINGTON, April 2 The ne battleships Oklahoma and Nevada are to Le the greatest in the woild Powerful in armor and the only ves sels of the kind in the world to carry three fourteen-inch guns in one tur ret, tho ships will -epresent the best thought of both branches of the ser vice and will mart the culmination of the dreams of shipbuilders. When the New 'iork and Texas uere ""thormsd it was thought tho zen,th of moder uattleshij. bulldiiw had aiuiwi iwwieu, uui since I ..-- 1 . ?.? c ,l""c f l'ie llIan! fo- "', Oklahoma and Nevada naval autho.i J? ,now h?,?m B?"t,,r, shll's are '?' ;Ie andri thc o. el method of c-on- uiiuoun.ui nu outu uv velopment along nw lincb Not onlv will the Oklahoma and Ne vada be as speedy as, but thoj are also designed to give a better ac count of themselves in all directions, in any engagement in which thej may Participate, than others in the navy. uiusu iaiubi ves&eig win be 'fJ ions heavier tiian their immediate predecessors, the New York an 1 TeSAs, their length being "over all 683; beam 95 feet 2-S inches, mean draft of 28 feet 6 Inches, ou which will be displacement of 27,300 toiio. The engines of the two new vessels h ill difter. the Curtis tj-pe being uswl I011 the Nevada and the reciprocal on- 'K'n uns used on the Oklahoma J rlie esUmated speed will be 201-2 Kno.tb- ,.,,. ... aal officials show great interest ' n ,the armament of he two v eifeels it power vill havo never been equalled These vessels will carry greater! weight of armor than has been car-j ried, so f?r as the Navy Department otHcinls know, and It will be dis- poseu to a mucn greater advantage-, ion tne ufiaare ana tne .vonn ua Stability and mob'Jltj on a warship I kota. The muzzle energy of the twelvo are two great essentials, but all ves I Inch piece is about 19,000 foot tons, sels must have a completely pro tectee, complacement of guns. Thess ,J ...Ml , .. ,-J ... , .., .., Tne telt armor is considered by "uvui uiiieiui io be one ui ine iuus important sections of a battleship, for 'K this that must be relied upon to prevent projectiles from striking a "" "'"" '" " bji m inu- iuaK.. zines boiler, or eitgine rooms This belt line on the Oklahoma and Ne vada will be 171-2 teet in width and exfean i Greal The mining inuustrj throughout 1 "."thcrn Mexico and particulailj in """""""p ' suaoriufc greaiiy on ac- Jnt of the present revolution and "" "toc n uu am win oe sreai er than during or as a result of the re volution 0 last yoar. The result will be felt particularly as regards pending and now investments, inasmuch as ane Investors will bo chary of repeat? ed revolutionary disturbances, and It will undoubtedly requiro several years ot semen conditions to renow con- mines at Inde, Durangu, aro al&o shut down and no attempt will be made to re-opcu for a 'long Uwo. At Guad alupe 7 Calvo the larger mints have ship that the democratic house has passed legislation that will save th? nation a hundred million dollars. He typllles democratic principled, and no matter what other issues may come up, the reduction of the tariff will be the one upon which a democrat is sure to be chosen In November. The leople of this country are going to elect a president upon this issue, and in New York state there are many thousands of republican voters, as thero aro in any other state in the Union, who will turn to the demo cratic nominee, if he be Mr. Clark, because they recognize In him the man who more than ancne else haB made it possible to enact legislation that will be of benefit to all the peo ple. "Tho people tho great mass of wage earners aro tho ones who will elect the next president No money power will control In November, and it is becauso 1 believe that Mr. Clark Is closer to tho people than any other democratic voto, and aR the speaker liimsolf has said, S 00,000 reimblican votes in addition Mr. Clark can do this as no other man, because lie represents the people and Is of tho people I want to bee tho speaker , nominated iu J he will be." Baltimore, as I believe ers the n'fan drau will extend 'J ft aue to b teet l inches below ihf i v aicr inis win nave the unpreco .dented thickness ot 131-2 inches, and i will extend 4oO fe,-f along eacn side of the ship At IU aner end the b''U armor will be carried at its full deptii of 17 1-2 feet to point about thin feet aft of No. 4 barbette. Here there will be a jag the depth of the lelt. decreasing ficm 17 1-2 feet to a 1-2 feet, at which depth it will be continued ano'her sixty feet. Trans verse bulkheads of the same thiS:- . 1.1. .s . , . ,in ui wh win uo curneu acrosw wit auii, Instead ot the side armoi ooinx placed horizontally in two strips with continuous horizontal joints jtibt above the water line, as lias been tho custom in battleship building here tofore, the armor plates on the new lattlesl.tps will be laid vertically and without a joint at the water line, it is declarfu this system will reraoiv daneer at the ship's most vulnerable point Two protective decks !!! atlerd "- cellent protection against plunging Are tnd against fragments of shells whfch may be exploded in imssin-j through the ship's tbm plating in the wike of the gnn deck. Tho armament of the Oklahoma and Nevada will consist of ten fourteen inch guns carried in four turrets, (hi the fore-castle deck will be first a three-gun tunet. then a two-gun tur ret and astern of tlml a three-gun tur ict This arrangement, it is declared at the navy department, will glvo a concentration of Are much superior to that of thc New ork and Texas, which will ne mounted wit a tive two gun turrets when completed. The fourteen-inch, .45-calibor gun is far more powerful weaiton than tlie ij caliber twelve-inch gun mounted whereas the -fourteen-inch piece is about 6G,000-foot tons IU shell whh'li weighs 1,-100 potindb, as comparetl with the S70-pound shell of the twelve-inch, carries a much larger bursting charge of high explosives and therefore will be more destruct ive. The Fall Itivcr a'.d United States shipbuilding companies, which have Ihe contracts for the construction ! the vokseli, arc expected to begin work on them within a few weeks evoiutioo tauses Losses to Mining suspended ludcfinilel: In the Par- rai section me veta uoiurauo coin ianj ban closed down its cyanide plant and the Alvnrado Co, will also suspend on account of the lack of cy anide. Inasmuch as the ore bujing agencies nave refused to aecept Hp menu, many of the smaller producers have been compelled to quit. The dynamite question is tbe most serious, and a strenuous effort is bo Ine, made to induce the United States aiith(rUlc to permit of its exporta tion, and particularly as the revolu tionary leaders have agreed to do Jhat is .possible to keepf the larger 'ffllneti running. ' - '' ' The mining coniiKHilea are troubled too, over the p&jtintat ot current mine taxes. The entire state is orticifelly in tho hands of the rebels and the pay ment ot the taxes to tbe rebel officials dopas not rttuuvu the possibility of their payment. a second time should tho federal authorities gain control. .iany comiwinos are, moroioro, not again lato.r. aiming ana ngmcor la1u3 the tases due cct later thaulag World. MYSTERIES EVEN TO OIIHSFI vFS "I do not say that I understood her. I wouldn't have i;uu io saj mat of any woman. It Itudge. If you come right down to It. most of our Ideals of women have been given us by men. For so many jears mon were the onl.v ones who wrote or tawht or preached or apporentlj thought, that It is but natural that the Ideal wo man Is man made. It is a favorite pose to impute this inscrutability of character to womon. They have rather plumed themselves upon tho impossibility of tho masculine mind to plumb their depthb or shallows. After all whom do we understand' Do you understand jour child? if you do you are Hroatlv blejL . iu. ,yU underbtanJ our father, or jour husband? The utter imfoM billty of one human being to perfectly understand another is apparent to oven a thoughtless obsorver. . No mind is so open that It has not unsounded deirtha. -th JL0?11 b"i try,t u,ndersta"11. ' to sympathize, try to be pntiwU with what we do not understand. ' No matter how great the conlldence nor how warm tiio relation. between parent and child, thero Will be some thoughts unrovealed. o do not always understand ourselves Ixve. Wndness unselfishness these be lights on the path-nd e!i IUV1L 3 U1IV 111 UtlIJUVsfe We can but try to see with eyes of love, but "It Is not so eatlly done'" ' Recipient of Many st& sasjJweeBs! MRS nvRYrr'-soK -o ..,- WASHINGTON. D C, April 1 - 3Irs. Henry L. Stiinson, w.ie oi (h. secretary of war. s to be the v cipient of man) hot ltahrkb pluniici. The Latest In Hats. "lESBrfSSjx It Joes not mailer what th bra' I of the hat may be, the shaipe i iv thing the hat shown above is mii'o MADAME SHBKRY. hi pave musical larce or musical comeuy .... ..- .i.i .i ...j- ,h eminine chores of The "TSe'r ! show, distinctive from the vocal fern- inme auxiliaries of the average Broad- wa mwMcal production eoatempora-, neou. with hi- plect it wM ldorer . U fl LlrA.ln.1 . wl.lotli.tR .! I " , . . i i r " "Ti: .. inzi, riivu vj CHunmers, mima mim tt w he who changed the fashions In foTrheSt giris inTJnklrts S& likewise it was Loderer who first gave """" ?"'' T i.. tTiZ 7ZZ ?L,T c"-fSveVdfere Io SSTt .ku w v S ThL Th. ' fwm1 dedication here tomorrow tH Man ?n The Moon " SSoT.M only I lhe L" is Ctartt h bdgirist'rnectlor'at oe I J" S&iffJ?JV5i sX.anthn,:rvie ji'sTi r1' rrmtrmeT! .arjaas lf ,1 ml ? V If ,,1 .' ' ' the Northwest The scfmol wrtt se ideal amplitnde to tiny leminine ',, ,.., ,7ft,. ,.j, pharmen, .which he termed broilers' I cotnmo0ittc 170t "tadents were-'Otlmr Wiccessful w-njmjrteKof the 'omp,, wp. waric in Ufe sipjdM producer. In "Ma'damo SHrry' whlh, AancUll, enmWe of the piece. TIHs toraea io uie urpneuHr r rniay 'nijnewei,t Lcderar chants girl lanovtt manager has found a naw quirk in his tion pntu tn faney of New VnrX, treatment of the hffndsomo )oung!and will be a feature of the , perform April 1, and thQo Uiat do pay ar resorting to every Iogal .protection (Obblve to preclude their paymont DICKENS-' MRS.H0SUE SIWOKJOMB tho presumn- is nor so easilv done." JJuraaby Easter Social H onors kill n -ai6LwiN& I.i 0'n limcn' to v v for the !aatr .im,;i Sne is jirartlcally a iwm 'ncmoer ot the social life of the cap ital, havint; 'ecn ;n mourning env ince joining the caMnet circle. tf whi.e peanut bric caught with i tast-1 of fibre. Tbe wings are all inclined to point to the back. ASTERN DOG CLUB'S SHOV. BOSTON. Mass., April 2. The Ant i ,. . ..,- VJiup. ... todav in Mechanics build In with one ? f l ? ,? ZSSLTtfJSR- ISf "" " tr' ?T, ticuJmrt!j "Tf LZ7J tTZ ! luPIiS Jw ' " l5L?Uf2,J.2i " """ of the meet famtHsb pruts winners, deoiCatf ijfw mr:i-i trHnni " l.f1? ?J? ance of Madame Sherry during Ka omjagement at the Orphenm, Friday, tho novelty being w hat is described in tsomo of the advertisements announc ing tho forthcoming engagement as "A Talking Chei us. '