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   New York World (Newspaper) - March 6, 1895, New York, New York                                Jt I v i at rue brings profitable Books Open to Open to AIL Thefe is no Way of reaching so many House and Home Hunters as through an ment in THE TWO NEW MARCH PRICE TWO Growing Friendliness Towards HARKED CHANGE IN PUBLIC ExMinister of Is Confident Tbere Will Be No Step FREE COINAGE DEPENDS ON Chaplin The that the Solution of the Cur rtnojr Problim Is by the Prera PublUWm Com New York Sptclal Oablo Dupatcb to The March Henry President of Board of Agrlcul ire in Lord Salisburys last id more than likely to be In the next onservative was asked by World correspondent today if the blmetallists think their cause bee advanced by the action ot i The faot that Everetts motion carried he whlls a motion to the same effect was ted by a majority of eighty last denotes a marked advance in ratlpubllo opinion and It Is upon public In England that the solution Of will The recent theictlpn of the German and British Qov wfcrJimenta amounts to an emphatic rec f w jgniubhof the grave evils which arise tJnS the present relations of the two ancl the House of Com expressed Us serious appre In view of these considerations there hardly be a doubt that the possl Vof i the solution of the currency botprbblem has been advanced the re tleslent1 action of the German and British the character of In the event of Germany Issuing in atlons to a It that the British represen noUatlves would be given a free hand 7 sugl The to tde cori ferenoe contemplates the study of meas for the extended use of silver Whjoh The may suggest a for a Her Majestys jGovernmerit does not limit the powers bf the British delegates the nrst In stance by any prohibition to enter on field of Inquiry as members of the conference may desire to Now It appears extremely unlikely that the Instructions the delegates to any future conference will be in any way curtailed in these I would the return of your parly power be likely to pro duce any otyango in the policy of the Government towards bimetallism7 Currency reform never has been and lias not yet become a party was Chapltna Amons the supporters of our movement there probably as many Liberals as The present Chancellor of Sir William has hitherto the most prominent opponent In the present Government to Hiy H the Unionist party pomes Into power his influence would naturally be lessened and to that extent M to Ha GoldenHaired Maude Harriss Lark End in Her Boy Says Wai Sent to Girls Special la The Morch Harris daughter of wealthy parents living Jackson was arrested on th street tonight while masquerading I mens wh says he Is the family wa with She was smoking a clgarett and swaggering along like a real chap when her golden which ha been combed high up under her ha dropped down her At the static Miss Harris blushed and wep by Germain said she cajled at hi office and wanted to go out with en so he gave her a suit of his Sli said she would not go home until th doctor had explained everything t her Both were locked up fo disorderly March Smlt was arrested here last night for carry Ing concealed Today he mad this remarkable statement to The Wort correspondent t win arreitad hero two yun ago while I female and when I rtlaued I won to the Httjfu of Good Shepherd u a then only fifteen old ind ha pretty oood hwid of curly I th nam of and Via pliced among a ot o Ittle fflrls about my own and I neror ex cited any After hid been there weekj I got tired of It and told one of the sinter I wna not a Then I turnd I hive hot muquerided on a young lady slnt that k POLICE CENSUS OP THE Mayor Strong Hat Ordered Books an Expects Work to Begin March Mayor Strong sent a letter to the Po Hoe Board yesterday saying that th Board of Health had recommended th talcing of n census of the city and sug gestlng that the Police Board get tc The Mayor added that he had asked the City Record to print the required census These will be March the Mayor said he hope the taking of the census would com menced March The when filled out by the will be delivered to the Health which wll do the Byrnes discussed the Mayors proposition with the board In secret sen Thecensus will be taken was a the time the national census of the city was shown to be at will probably be done by the offleeri who do regular patrol The censui can bo takenIn TOR FLIRTIM IN a for sjwitKiuliand Seftf tiThi Vorld March 6 Mrs Thomas Cjiajjnejl added another to the suits peridltig between her him for par A ipn pediment to reform be And So you looh to an International Agreement on a blmetallllf basis I I Chaplin pn the of There Is a wideband probably well jtouiiaed Impression that England ment for the coinage qf stiver there would HTtr on tbe part ot other Mot on Britain Indian the to that Which I I J cruelty ilut of is given a European she tortured herj for caugh her trying the attention 01 of In the Mount non she her husband tured tormented her because he said she was trying to attract the per sonal attention of the waiters and clerks On another flirt ing In the bill says he struck her violently With a Camp bell asks for a year or Irt SHOT THROUGH A The Singnlar Fatality Which Befell a Cin cinnati Special to The March nged was shot dead while going to work The wife of James In front of whose house Wessllng was says that In making up a foldingbed she took a revolver from under the pillow and placed It on the Just as dtd BO was the ball passing through the wall and striking There Is no evidence that the killing A nunont fearing SptW ta The March from thq He Jpng Wr awj Iftrtrt eyes with a soariet Hthiblte4 a in a iteeUbarreiJ dresseflln skin garments and 5VI14 he became great drawing card travelled ex Barnwn and i estate wppth flr TIKI mww vm pl a The Mftrch fr befere the pity up He Ip gf her that ihe man W ft to destroy hti awn gnd Cleveland Hurries Off on tbe Violet to South ern RHOTNS NOT HOW LOHG HELt He Eludes OfficeSeekers and Sails on an Old Lighthouse Tender with IT COSTS flH A DAY FOR The Trip It a Regular One to fix and While the Crew Is 0010 That the President Plant to Fix the Special to March President Cleveland started with his gun duck bag down the Potomao this morning on the lighthouse tender He got a little after 9 leaving both official cares end one hundred and fifty disappointed exCongressmen who called at the White They openly ex pressed astonishment and charged the President with having given them the The President rose early and hurried to get away before officeseekers could He made a few recess appoint ments of minor acted on two pardon and then hastened down to the wharf and was soon aboard the wlilcTi Immediately The Presidents Intimate friend and Robert goes with How long they will be gone nobody not even the President AN OFFICIAL The Vlolat is going on official tour of Inspection In the interest of the light house She would make It any whether this President went or and In this Instance her regular cruise has slmpljr been hastened a few days to suit Mie Presidents Comniander George Sec retary the makes his first trip on the Violet to familiarize himself of the Cleveland throws aside everything Ilk official dignity and a uh everyday oon tributes to the of the mess a few hampcM of but otherWiS panakeFfcjUh WSIleh of the simple far of the offloWs1 The flrst h does IB to get into heavy corduroys an pull on gum His gu would probably bo by two thirds of the members of atiy fashion able rod and gun as Cap Bob Evans It has a sportsman be hind Bvanshlrpsolf la a mem ber of the Rod Gun Club and crack But the President can shoot all around and four times out 6 five shows up at night with a blggo game CLEVELAND The crews of the lighthouse tender are picked up along the coast at varloU special effort tfrg cure men thoroughly acquainted the currents and peculiarities of th waters of their respective localities The President begins his sporting cAnj palgn by asking them for Information M to the probable He gets all th points he Cleveland rtses and soon I ready to go ashore or take a small boa The boat will be on Its regular trip to rt place and the will ar range for It to pick him upatavpoin two miles or so from where he lands He finds out how long It will take th boat to get around on Its and h is always at the designated place aheai of It frequently happens on shallow shores that the boat cannot get within a rod of Then President win the respect of the hardy longshoremen by pulling his gum boots up to His hips unconcernedly letting himself down ove the stern and wading through the WANDERS FOR HOURS Evans has a flexed which causes him to limp ana give out few hours hard When It shows signs of weakness he frankly gives up and the President goes on WJth goodhumored remarks about the fix the navy would be In If all the officers Ilke Evans won the sobriquet of Fighting Bob during the Civil he takes It In good part makes his way back to the tender an lots the President flhWh the An the President of the UnitedStates fre quently pokes along the and swamps for hours It may be remarked here thit tin President does not mind the he Is but puta on a soujfes and dark or a leather1 jack and goes as though the sun wojfi He prefers cloudy office work has made his sensitive to the sun on the water and Impairs his Cleveland does not much a WHERE THB PRESIDENT SHOOT BLACK UNO SHOWS HIS Commander Benjamin Lam Inspector of the Fifth Light House makes at this time his egular annual tour of President while accepting he hospitality of Commander Lamber pays for himself and OReilly t day each for extra the sum allowed to eaoh member of the officers deportment Not dollar of expense Is added to the on o the trip of tho Violet by the resident going It hag een charged by enemies of the Presl In tbe slightest degree a junketing rip at the expense of the V single Congressional funeral takes rom the Treasury a hundred M M all the lighthouse tender trips aken by the President have AS FAR AS HATTSRAft The Vlplet stop at NPIrolfc to take n bupys to carried away y and she will1 then pro eed through pismal Bwamp Canal Altjemarle Sound and andlng River Into Coanjoqk From file will make her way Sound 4qwn as IlKllt and replacing ice may Blight changes In the M President a threeintpry trick build he the best of and enjoys a good THEN AT In the evening they generally play Now army play a strong of as It Is a part of their West Point and an army officer who cannot play whist Is not regarded as deterring at either rank or In the navy whist holds second rank to but the President His favorite game Is and plays a strong gut le the tame that goes on tbe OReilly plays a strong ana Commander WlWe an even better would be very nice ta say that the President a rtrong and accurate whist player who has the scientific leadi down to but not the He an average He Hag the dreaded by all play of playlnf own band irrespec tive of Twhuse tt I DONT WANT THIS The Marble Palace at 660 Fifth Avenue Given to Vandefbilt in the Divorce but Refused by Two Officers of the American Chnrcli Missionary Society Sud denly AGCOBHTS FOR FIVE Trounrer OaJcley He Ought Hot to Be at HiIs Only an Honorary American Church Missionary So ciety1 has dispensed with services ot Its Henry A m this and Ita the Rev William An alleged unsatisfactory condition their fadoks Is given ae the About a month it is the accounts of the two officers were dls covered beIn a muddled and experts were put to work to straighten them No charges of criminality only The discoveryis said to have been made by the Finance Oommltteo the Executive and when esser oody reported to the greater what they had found a special committee appointed with power to A meeting of theExecutive Committee held the Henry of The oonvmlttee Is made up ot representatives rom several Tbe of which the Chair man of the meeting was a pre seqted a and the following was given outto the newspapers A report made March to the Executive Committee of the American Church Missionary Society by its Sub Committee on disclosed such rregularltlea In the accounts of the and general Secretary that he connection of those officers with the society was terminated by the action of he Executive The irregularities extended only to a portion of the societys current receipts or and do not Impair the principal of its resources or Its trust Beyond this rttuMlon ta not yet pregfcely bill It Is In the prooeM The work ot the society is Just at this and H Is ommittee that Just now doubly neces will not be diminished at thistime f Increased fhe signed by George Henry Jones and Qeorge BlfliPP of 8t night relative to the Action of thf Executive Committeo The regularities alluded to In this are warrant the re moval of and rpnj The societys expenditures re between 138000 and f a vha money pa4 out moatly In inaJl making the auditing of the society has not rlppjed by COBBSPOXDBNjilN THB DIVOROB ORANTED TO AS SHp IBAHED INA ROLESfHOM TUB AotorAutbar witb Severe Attack of tbe No Perfgrmauoo Edward Harrigan is seriously IH at his No 8 West with Monday night t elt so pn leaving toldinis Mart nat he did not think he would to Bie following Yesterday mwrtng he WM mvufti an4 ttje family physician was oojied In patient very and ordered Wm to bo kept oa quiet frflO It aJt tag been suniinoned tnd In expected Wme Mils There WM perforwanoe at tine theatre last nor has any date fixed for ift1 KEPT HIS AUDIENCE Comedian Billy Barry Got Stuck in Qame if Poior in Syrfwmje and Wai an Boar Speplnl tq Tbe the star of Ttie Rising Generation kept a Theatre audl 80 Oeotf e to NSW rwinjej tfl n of Trwt by a enoe waiting nearly an hour lait night on account of a little game of poker that got into in The game began In Yaten House last Saturday night and never up until 4 oclock Monday Around the table gat Prank manager of Theatrsi Cbarieii a Quaker and George tlve of a Tork wtne By 6 oclock Sunday evening Barry had lost hut the he was JIM tQ the Harry came ta Rochester Plyj wbioh twenty reached the kyoeum Just ae tbe ager was atytut tP 14 Justice Barrett Grants Petition for anAbso lute THE PAPERS IN THE C1SSE HelllB tha Alleged core a Figure in tbe Cap itals of CHILDREN STAY WITH THEIR MOTHEH A Kunngar Sent to Europe to Secure Signature of to the Vanderbllt has secured divorce from her Van The decree was formally signed yesterday by Judge It grants to Vanderbllt the custody of her three who are eigh teen years old sixteen years and Harry Stirling ten years The divorce was granted on the statutory Nellie a woman notorlofMr In was Van derbllts defense was a mere No arrangement as concerns alimony or other financial matters was passed upon by Justice Barrettor by Edmbrid the on whose findings the decree was The entire matter was a personal arrangement ar rived at by and Vanderbilt through their The fact that an amicable settlement had been decided and that a divorce was actually was published In The World exclusively Thursday Shortly after that all the details of tha dlvorqe were practically SILENCE WAS It was decided to thing very Justice Barrett and Referee Kelly were Everything could have signed and the divorce grant ed more than a month ago but for tha fact Vanderbllt had saUed for Europe without signing the tant papers relatingto financial These details were the subject of long discussion and arrangement on the part of Duer and who represented Vander bllts and Howland and Mur ray and Chauncey The provide not alorta Vonderbllts but more especially they stipulate certain provi sions for her three It is not proposed make public any concerning the agreement which pre ceded the signing of papers drawn by Cfioate were delayed In their execution by the Rus sell Sage They were at last and then it became to send them abroad for Vander bllts A trusty messenger was sent on a fast steamer by Chauncey He went to Paris followed to se cured his with the attesta tion of the United States and returned to New York last The were all put in Judge hands on They were held by him over night for and yesterday the was formally It may be stated that Vanderbllt to receive more than a year The ar rangement also gives her the white marble palace at 0 Fifth on the northwest corner of Fiftysecond and the country place at will refuse to live in either ot these rendered disagreeable by unpleasant will move from tbe Fifth avenue house at once will notify her law yera that the two houses are to go to lately her and that they are distasteful to She will occupy another haunt n New YorkIn In summer will continue to occupy tha morbid palace at which belongs It wan deaded to her before the beginning of tbe present It 19 probable that will for kofl4oi In a few Her parturs whlsh have aotuftDy have to stay until the divorce pubiioiy not to run ajray from puWlclty which QB her who March claJly policemen   

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