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THE OHIOAGO EAGLE, SATURDAY, MAROH 20, 1000. -H" Every Department of Our Establishment Atom wttH SalsaeM Assertmente or Mer- mMtMM Pasmallaelif Ca tfcadk & sMeasaY "ipii Kxwvsifviy ivr its? wi vji ivivsaV Athletic deeds Aetemeellr Sepellee eats aad Laeashee Bicycles Bar deeds Btttlnata Statlsaarjr Clothing Cutlery Cigars and Tefceeee Fishing Taekla Reds end Reels Gens, Revolvers Ammealtlea Olavaa lit Qeede aed Saddles Wa hanata saty aaaawdaala grssss at (esse: aar trtaaa are Ma leweat aaaalataRt wllft (ho essilty af tka arMela CMealB'B Papular Snapping Center Che Fair ChlMge-letabllehed I art CHICAGO George W. Jackson, Inc. CONTRACTORS Bridget, Structural Steel, Machinery, Subways, Tunnels and Heavy Foundations, Interlocking Steel Sheeting, Steel Ribs and Lagging HHHHH uB9IaBBBSkVBBBBBJBJBBBBBflBflnBBBf9vKf "BmTaTaTaTsSBBTaTaTaTB Ow Bf lift aad SimI Wats Gaming an Arta i 274.263 Saiwra rk Send fr aar ntw InUrUcklng Sul ShMlIng CtuUg nd Sul ItlW and Listing CtUleg OFFICE: 175-179 W. Jackson Boulevard WAREHOUSE: 178-190 Quincy Street STEEL WORKS: ("1 the tlmil vote of 31 to 23 decided for the second time within four days the fute of the ordinance. The attack ou the Kensington & Eastern ordinance was led by Alder limn Michael Mclnemey and Alderman Frank Koraleskl. Mclnemey had In hlii iHwtwslon a petition signed by S00 Icoplo of rulluiun protesting against the ordlnunce. Koraleskl 'challenged the aldermen who had Hlgncd pledged not to give away the public streets to any quasi-public corporation to vio late their pledges. Other aldermen fought the measure and denounced the Illinois Central Itallroad In no uncertain terms. Alderman Mclnemey, In leading the tight for himself. Aldermen Towers, Conlon, Kunz, Kenna, Coughlln nud other notables of the council ugalust the ordinance, referred to the Illinois Central us a grasping corporation that recognized no one but Itself. ATTACKS ILLINOIS CENTRAL. "This grasping corporation seeks not only to steal the lake front, but to steal away the rights of the peoplo to dictate track elevation, to open their streets, to collect compensation, to visit the lake front, to ask for electrifica tion, to regulate fares In fact, to look for anything but something to add to the receipts of this all-hog Institution." ho snld. "There Is something crooked about this ordinance. The best I can say of the men who pushed It to Its present state Is that they took soino long chances and used methods that, while not coercion, could not stand nn Investigation. The measure Is a dan gerous one. It should not pass." The ordinance wns the only matter of not In the council, which had prac tically completed Its business before 8 o'clock. The Commissioner of Pub lic Works secured permission to give the Chicago Pneumatic Tube Company jtermlHsIon to build n five-foot tun nel under the river at Wells street. Relief from Cook County's antiquat ed form of court procedure will bo asked of the legislature next week. Three bills, each of them providing for n change In the present system, were unanimously Indorsed In their tenta tive form Tuesday by Judges of the Superior Court. Immediately following tbo meeting In Judge Brentano's chambers, Chief Justice Carpenter, of the Circuit Court, was Invited to appoint a committee from that branch of the Judiciary to consult with the superior Judges on the merits of the proposed amend ments. The propositions, discussed at length ty the judges, were: To amend tba practice act so tbst the Supreme Court may not reverse and remand a case upon a mere tech nical error In the record unless that Hardware and Taala Hata and Cava Iflcwbatara and Breeder Jewatry and Silverware Nackwcar Ntta and Salnaa Office Suppllaa Pipes and Smokers' Article klrta, Callars and Cat f parting Cicada Tanta and Awnings Trunka and Svlt Case Umbrellaa Underwear Watckaa UU rNlHkMHl NeMrsinrSM NEW YORK error works an Injustice on tbo liti gants. To give the State's attorney author ity to amend n faulty Indictment in person, thereby saving tho time and expense of presenting tho snmo evi dence before another grand jury. To give to the trial court tho right of oral Instruction to Juries. The committee npolutcd to frame the bills and to work out methods by which existing court methods might be simplified consists of Judges Marcus A. Knvnnngh, Albert C. Dames and Henry tV. Freemnn. Since they were delegated to this task some two weeks ago they have spent much time on the draft of the proposed measures and bnv! consulted with lawyers skill ed in legislation pertaining to court procedure. The Illinois Steal Compauy seems to be terribly wrought up over that Cblperttold bill. Isaac X. Powell, one of the moat pop ular men who ever held public' office in Chicago, will be the next Otty Treas urer. How many public bodies has the Illinois Steal Company got representa tives on? Tho Chicago City Hallway Company and tho Chicago Railways Company are talking of consolidating. This will bent the city out of SO per cent more of its lawful Income. Tho Republicans are in good shape for battle for the City Treasurershlp. Isaac N. Towcll will to elected to that olllco beyond a doubt. How many Aldermen who could bare ly afford to biro desk room ten years ago are now riding around In $0,000 autos? A vote for Powell for City Treasurer Is a vote for the right man. The Illinois Steal Company should not be permitted to steal tbe whole southern shore of Lake Michigan. If Chicago is ever going to bare an outer harbor, some limit should be placed upon tbe grasping ambition of tbe Illinois Steal Company. The Illinois 8,teal Company claims to control tba Eighth Ward. Does It Watch tbe traction gang closely. Tbe members of it are figuring on skinning , tbe city to a greater extent tban ever. CORPORATION OF THE CITY. MAYOR FRED A. BUSSE, office 7th floor, 200 Randolph street PRIVATE SECRETARY, BERNARD J. MULLANEY, 7th floor, 200 Ran dolph street CORPORATION COUNSEL, ED WARD J. BRUNDAOE, Otb floor, 300 Franklin street CITY ATTORNEY, JOHN R. OAV ERLY, 822, 110 Monroe street COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS, JOHN J. HANBERO, 7th floor, 200 Randolph street DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS, PAUL REDIESKE, COMPTROLLER, WALTER H. WILSON, Gth floor, 200 Randolph street GBN'L. SUPT. POLICE, GEORGE M. SHIPPY, 7th floor, 200 Randolph street FIRE MARSHAL, JAMES HORAN, 1st floor, 200 Randolph street. CITY COLLECTOR, ERNEST J. MAGERSTADT, 1st floor, 70 Fifth avenue. COMMISSIONER OF HEALTn, DR. W. A. EVANS, 8d floor, 215 Madison street ' COMMISSIONER OF BUILDINGS, MURDOCH CAMPBELL, 8d floor, 82 Fifth avenue. INSPECTOR OF OILS, CHARLES W. ANDREWS, 008, 07 Wabash ave nue. GAS INSPECTOR, WILLIAM B. BURKE, 3d floor, 70 Fifth avenue. CITY SEALER, JOHN KJELLAND ER, 0th floor, 110 Market street. CITY ELECTRICIAN, WILLIAM CARROLL, 4th floor, 70 Fifth avenue. CITY PHYSICIAN, L. BLAKE BALDWIN, 72 Madison street CITY CLERK, JOHN R, McOABB, 2d floor, 70 Fifth avenue. CITY TREASURER, JOHN E. TRAEGER, 2d floor, 70 Fifth avenuo. SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS, MICHAEL J. DOHERTY, 7th floor, 200 Randolph street WATER DEPARTMENT, WILLIAM J. McCOURT, Supt, 1st floor, 80 La Salle street BOARD OF CIVIL SERVICE COM MISSIONERS, 4th floor, 200 Randolph atreet Preeldent, Elton Lower; Sec rotary, Vernon L. Bean; Commission ers, Elton Lower, Michael L. McKlnley and Hiram D. Fargo. BOARD OF ELECTION COMMIS SIONERS, bank floor, Rand-McNnlly building. President John O. Cannon; Secretary, Thomas F. Judge; Members, Abel A. Bach, John O. Cannon, Thomas F. Judge; Chief Clerk, Isaac N. Pow ell ; Attorney, Frank D. Ayres. BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVE MENTS, 8d floor, 200 Randolph street Members, Chsuncey Dewey, H. S. Dietrich, J. Mlnwegen, C. A. V. Stand ish and Felix Norden. CITY ARCHITECT, O. n. HER MAN, 0th floor, 110 Randolph street Caaaty OSUUla. All offices In county building. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS SIONERS. President William Busse; Superintendent Public Service, William McLaren; Attorney, H. 8. Duncombe; Commissioners, William Buaae, Louis H. Mack, Joseph Carolan, Alfred Van Steeoberf, August a Boeber, Max Blumenfeld, Carl R. Gkladblom, Joseph M. Dennis, Josepb J. Ellas, Alfred G. Lanio, Walter flchrojda, William O. Hartray, William J. Ueobach, Oaoar Dt Priest COUNTY COMPTROLLER AND CLERK to Board of Comalaaloaers: Joaepto F. Haas; Deouty Comptroller Jamas Monaghan; Chief Clerk, E. J. McCarthy. BOARD OF RJDYIBW: President, Key O. West; Members, Roy O. Wast, BJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJp - A1BJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJ1 sa '. aTTjBBBTTJBBTTJ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl$ BBBBBBBBBBBBE. BBBBBBBBBBBBMBJC . .nBaTaTeBBBTeaBBTeal BBJBVjBBBJBVjBBBJsVjm HK? 4vfr BaVdaBaVdamBmi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT yt . BBBBBBBBBB kMaMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmttV mMMMMMMMMMMMm ssassSjA tSBSBBBBsBnsBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSB 'SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI KNH'&i t 'r .aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTal iiiiHk''laillBra.a.a.H L iflTWviu 'fjaBmBBTdBBaTafjaBaTJ B .jfmBBBBBBBBBBI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB I8AAO N. POWELL, The Next City Treasurer ef Chicago. Tha City Council. FRED A. BUSSE, Mayor. JOHN R. McOABE, City Clerk. 1st Ward Michael Kenna, D.; 270 Clark street, Harrison 372. John J. Coughlln, D., 120 La Salle atreet Main 1107. 2d Ward Ceo. F. Harding, Jr., R., 100 Waahlngton atreet, Main 8304. Thomaa J. Dixon, R., 200 0th avenue, Harrison 28. 3d Ward Milton J. Foreman, R., Chi. T. T. bldg., Central 771. Wm. J. Prlnglc, R., 723 184 La Salle street, Main 2460. 4th Ward-4ohnkW. McNeal, D, 2807 Archer avenue, Yards 741. John A. Rlchert, D., 2603 South Halsted street Yards 1148. 0th Ward Alex. J. Burke, R., 8020 South Marshfleld avenue. William J. McKeuna, R., 3837 Archer avenuo. ' 0th Wnrd Linn II. Young, It., 1121 Ft Dearborn bldg., Central 400. Ar thur B. McCold, It., 810 122 Monroe street, Central 707. 7th Ward Frank 1. Bennett, R 818 Chamber of Commerce, Main 4014. Bernard W. Snow, R., 1448 Marquette bldg., Central 1872. 8th Ward P. II. Moynlhan, R., 710 02d place, South Chicago 403. John II. Jones, R., 0113 Commercial avenue, South Chicago 402. 0th Wnrd Dennis J. Egan, D 830 Chicago Opera Houso blk., Main 4730. Henry L. Flck, D., 38 West 12th street, Canal 810. 10th Ward Thomas F. Scully, D., 150 Woshburne "avenue, Canal 2070. Rudolph Hurt, D., 037 Blue Island avenue. 11th Ward E. F. Cullerton, D., 011 07 Clark street, Central 5300. Otto J. Novak, R., 012 South Robey street, Ashland 004L 12th Ward Michael Zlmmer, D., 1047 West 21st place, Caual 726. 13th Ward Arthur W. Fulton, R., 1103 Ashland blk., Central 4308. James E. Evans, R., 301 South Campbell ave nue, Seeley 4440. 14th Ward James H. Lawley, R., 601 West Chicago avenue, Humboldt 7043. Cbas. J. Lucas, R., 913 Fulton street, Ogden 6224. 15th Ward Herman F. Kruger, D., 110 North Mozart, Humboldt 400. Al bert W. Bellfuss, H., 448 Milwaukee avenue, Monroe 330. 10th Ward Stanley H. Kunx, D., 080 Noble street, Monroe 2000. Frank W. Koraleskl, D., 704, 132 Clark street, Main 2003. 17th Ward Lewis p. Sltts, R., 440 Grand avenue, Monroo 4300. William E. Dever, D., 50, 70 La Salle street, Main 0S5. ISth Wnrd John J. Brennan, D., 180 West Madison street. Michael O. Con- Fred W. Upbam, Floras D. Meacham; Chief Clerk, Frank A. Vogler. BOARD OF ASSESSORS: Presi dent, Adam Wolf; Secretary, William II. Weber; Chief Clerk, William Kings ley; members of tbe board, Adam Wolf, William H. Weber, A. W. Mil ler, Welter B. Schmidt and Oscar Hebel. v CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: President, Christopher F. Hafnor; Sec retary, Charles D. GssUMd; members, Charles D. Gastleld, C. F. Hafaor, and Charles F. Mason. SHERIFF: CHRISTOPHER STRAISJUHVM; Assistant Sheriff, Henry Spears; Chief Deputy, Charles Patera. v COUNTY CLERK: JOSEPH F. HAAS; Chief Deputy, Freak L. Pas-deleup. .' Ion, D 381 West Madison street, Mon roe 002. 10th Ward John Powers, D., 70 Macallster place, Monroe 1210. James B. Bowler, D 400 West Taylor street, Monroo 4043. 20th Ward John P. Stewart, R., 120 Adams street Harrison 2111. Nicholas R. Finn, D 818 Reaper blk., Central 1090. 21st Ward Francis W. Taylor, R., 247 Monadnock bldg., Harrison 203. Charles M. Foell, a, 803 Atwood bldg., Main 1050. 22d Ward Arthur Josetti, R., 220 East North avenue, Lincoln 1319. B. F. Clettenberg, R 101 La Salle street Central 1730. 23d Ward Jacob A. Hey, R 024 North Halsted street Lincoln 042. Fred A. Britten, It., 1010, 740 Dearborn, Cen tral 4024. 24th Ward Albert Habne, R., 781 Clybourn avenue, Lincoln 2100. Her man G. Redwanz, R., 113 Fullerton avenue, Lincoln 1410. 25th Ward Wlnfleld P. Dunn, R 420 Ln Salle street Harrison 7230. Cbas. M. Thomson, Ind., N. Y. Life bldg.,.Ceutral 0003. 2Gth Ward William F. Llpps, R 022, 35 Randolph street, Central 0777. Peter Relnberg, D., 8460 North 'Robey street, Edgewatcr 07. 27th Ward Henry J. Slewert, R., 1331 Armltage avenue, Humboldt 137a Jnmes F. Clancy, R 1077 North Troy street, Humboldt 4107. 28th Ward F. D. Connery, D., 1023 North Washtenaw avenue, Humboldt 0887. Win. H. Blenooe, R 838 Hum boldt, boulevard, Humboldt 0100. 20th Ward John Downey, D 0043 South Hermitage avenue, Yards 4837, John Golomblewskl, B., 18U) West 48th street, Yards 4810. 30th Ward Michael Mclnemey, D., 4041 Lowe avenue, Yards 2003. John Burns, R 0438 Union avenue, Yards 4000. 81st Wnrd Patrick J. O'Oonnell, D., 0058 Normal avenue, Wentworth 4008. William J. Roberts, R., 0644 Peoria street, Wentworth 4409. 32d Ward Albert J. Fisher, R., 25S 100 La Salle street, Central 1963. Ho mer E. Tlnsman, R., 607 84 La Salle, Main 3037. 33d Ward William C. Hunt, R., 1244. 04th street, Burnslde 824. Ernest Blbl, It., 11038 South Halsted street, West Pullman 2172. 34th Ward Patrick J. Nolan, D., 1070 West Madison street, Kedzlo 313. 30th Wnrd Frank L. Race, R., 0719 Ontario street, Austin 1102. Cbas. J. Forsberg, R 2583 West Superior street, Austin 4042. William II. Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms. RECORDER OF DEEDS: ABEL DAVIS; Chief Deputy, John V. Clin nln ; Chief Clerk, Leopold A. Dunne. REGISTRAR OF TITLES: (Torrens System): ABEL DAVIS f Examiners, Charles G. Little, Charles T. Farson; Deputy, John P. Carney; Advisory Ex aminer, John 8. Miller. COUNTY TREASURER: JOHN R. THOMPSON; Assistant Treasurer, Ed ward J. Werner; Chief Clerk, K. B. Valentine. CORONER i PETER M. HOFJTMAN; Chief Deputy, David B. Jeaas; Phy sician, Dr. Warren H. Heater; Assist ant Physicians, Dr. H. G. W. Mela hardt, and Dr. Otto W. Ltwka. COUNTY BURVBYOB; M. L. BM BRSON. JURY COMUIMIONBMt William a, Amoerg, joaa J. HeuaM and J A. mcuuw; cierk, leeweu W. AT THE BIG THEATERS. Attractions for Next Week at All of the Leading Chicago Play-houses. 1JUST1N FARNUM IN "CAMEO KIR- Ml'" AT TUB BTUDEUAKER. An announcement of no little luior- tnncu In the theatrical world pertains to the new attraction scheduled for hthe Studobakcr. Although. for a j(IJ)io it wns reiiorted tunt Dustln Fnrnum would first be seen In his new piny at one of the New York theaters, Messrs. Ltebler & Co. have nrrnnged to give Chicago another premier, and the Into star of "Tbe Squaw Man" and "The Virginian" will piny the name part in "Cameo KIrby," "a new romnnce of old Louisiana," for the first time oil any stage at the Michigan avenue play house ou Sunday evening, March 21. Koine of the old guard of thoater-gocre cau recall the names of famous actors whose characterizations were the drawing-room conversation of the time, but we of the present day have few stars whose reputations command national attention. Of these few there Is none whose name stands for happier and better things than docs that of Dustln Famum. LAST WEEK OF "MRS. WIGGS" AT McVICKER'S. Only one more week remains In which to see Mrs. Wlggs, the tichultzes, Miss Unity, Mr. Stubbing, Lovcy Mary, Little Tommy, the Christmas Lady and all tho other familiar figures in "Cab bage Patch" drama nt iMcVlckcr's The ater, mid anybody who has misled see ing this great play should go and see it next week. April 14 nt McVlcker's. Ilrooks & Dingwall will offer the great est melodrama of modern times, tho most successful play ever produced at the historic Drury Lane Theater, Lon don. "The Sins of Society," In which l'.V) people will be used to give life and the semblance of, reality to Its four-, teen scenes. A siiierb cast will Interpret the play nud the scenic equipment, which Includes the sinking of a troop ship with nil on board, will be the most magnificent ever seen In America. THOMAS E. SHEA AT THE GREAT NORTHERN. "The Counsel for the Defense," n new play which was produced Christmas week, has been added to the list of various dramatic classics now being offered by that distinguished nctor, Thoinns E. Shea. (Messrs. Cohan & Harris, who are directing the tour of Mr. Shea, have placed In the hands of this capable nctor a mighty modern drama of present day occurrences. Mr. Shea will be beard In three great plays for his engagement at the Great North ern. "The Bells" wIM be given on Sunday, matinee nnd "" evening, nnd again on Friday evening. On Tuesday nuu Tiiursany evenings nnd Wednesday and Saturday matinees Mr. Shea will play, for the first time In' Chicago, his new play, Tho Counsel for tho Def ense." "Dr. Jekyll nnd Mr. Hyde" will lie the bill for Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenlugs, M'INTYRE AND HEATH AT THE OLYMPIC MUSIC HALL. Mclntyrc and Heath move over to the Olympic Music Hall tho week of March 22, and by request will produce their repertoire of farcical coiuedcttes, Others ou the bill are: Edwin Holt and company In Georgo Ado's comedy, entitled "Tho Mayor and tho Manicur ist ;' Fantastic Phantoms, n girlish novelty in black and white; General Ed Levin, an eccentric comedian and bandy handler 'of everything In the canteen ; Billy Gaston nnd Ethel Green, in their Nell Brlnkley creation, called "Spooneyvllle ;" Lizzie Daly, ouo of tho world-wide famous Daly Sisters, In n novel, artistic dancing number; Von Telia and Nina, premier gymnasts ; Da vis and Walker, comedians, and the Olymplnphone, which winds up two nnd a half hours of unusual entertainment. "THE PRINCE OF TO-NIGHT' PACKS THE PRINCESS. "Tho Prince of To-night" continues to crowd the Princess Theater nt ev ery performance. Many changes have been made In this gorgeous musical show aud it will undoubtedly "prove tho biggest local success presented here In years. Henry Woodruff, Georglo Caine, Bert Baker, Adele Rowland, Frances Demnrest, Harry Pllecr are dally add ing to, their popularity. Tile music in "Tho Prlnco of To-night" Is being THE TIE IALIWII MIMILTII MH Mill THE BALDWIN COMPANY MAKIRfs or FINE PIANOS Player-Piano anj Plana-Playara Frteee and tanas to salt avaryaae. SMLMMMtl V M7f WABASH AVINUI e TK Til tiUMTN mm PUN PUN V hummed all over town and everybody is iiiiKing nuout Its beautiful scenic ef fects. "THE GOLDEN UIRL'MS POPULAR. The Golden Girl," nt the La Sallo- Theatcr, is proving a popular success. Capacity has ruled nt every matinee since the opening of "Tho Golden Girl," and every night the house has been splendidly filled, the new offering be ing considered among the best this house has ever had. Harry Tlghe has made a distinct hit. Winona Win tor Is very dainty nnd pleases every one. Some of the other favorites In tho cas arc Harold Crane, Helen Culllnnn,. Jnmes II. Bradbury. William Robinson. 'Johnny Fognrty, Hamilton Coleman- Zekc Colvlu and George McCarthy. JOHNSON'-BURNS FIGHT PICTURES AT THE (AUDITORIUM. Chicago tight followers will have their first opportunity to witness the film reproduction of the world's heavy weight championship battle between Jack Johnson and Tommy Burns, Sun day afternoon, March 21. ih nntlclmV tlon of the widespread locnl interest In the sensational Australian .contest, tho Auditorium Theater, because of its vast seating capacity, bus been selected for the initial presentations of the fight pictures. Resides the fight itself, re produced in every detail, the entertain ment will be re-enforced by other pic tures, snowing tho training camps of the two gladiators and unique scenes or life In the Antliiodes. The weather and light conditions that prevailed nt the time of tho tight worked for clar ity in tho pictorial results. Two per formances dally afternoon and even ing will bo given during the engage ment nt the Auditorium iTbeater. "Till: THREE OF US" AT THE COL- LEGE. Charles II. Marvin announces for next week at the beautiful College Theater, Rachel Crother's play of the real West of to-day, "The Three of Us." This ploy served ns a starring vehicle for Corlotta Nlllson for several sea sous nnd was only discarded when con tracts were due for that actress' ap jwarance In n new piny entitled "Tills Woman nnd This Man," In which she is now nppenrlug In New York City. The Threo of Us" rauks foremost in West ern plays, becauso It does not contain any cowboys, Indians, or bad men, but is n dramatic picture of tbo real West 'of to-day. Albert Morrison, E. II. Cal vert, Charles' W. Dingle, Morris Mc Hugh, Smith Davles, Thais tMugrane. Jean Adair and Cnmllle D'Arcy will be seen to good advantage next week. ' "SHORE AORB8" AT THE MAR LOWE. "Shore Acres," tho great American masterpiece, written y James A. Heme, will lie the attraction nt tbe pop ular Marlowe Theater next week. An odd thing nltout "Shbro lAcrcs" Is the fact that although it litis been n per mniiqut fixture upon the American stage for tljo past twenty years it has never been played by a stock company. Fred crick Julian will play tho part of "Un do Nat," Albert Phillips "Sam War ren," nud 'Lellln Shaw "Helen Berry." Old ago does not seem -to Incapacitate tho English clergyman. Tbo Rev. W. W. Wlngflcld, vicar of the established church In Gulvnl, Penzance, recently celebrated his nlnety-flftb birthday and tbo seventy-fifth anniversary of bis ap pointment to his present living. He Is still nblo to preach and write with much vigor. There are half a dozen other clergymen who have been In chnrgo of their churches for more tban sixty yonrs, and a tcnuro of forty years Is quite common. Tbe longest service on record is that of a vicar of RlckmansworUi,who held tbo living for elghty-ono years, from 1080 to 1070. Perhaps it the churches chose their vicars as 'tho American churches choose their pastors there would be more fre quent changes. No matter whether he continues to be first in peace and first in war or not, Washington will be first in the heart of every schoolboy aa long aa tbe anni versary of his birth is a legal holiday. v t I iii.-2&.; (jS'$M.i.Arv-:f,'Vt.