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PART 11.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON IN CARNEGIE HALL LAST WEEK.
Addressing a large audience on the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Tuskegee Institute. Seated immediately hehind the speaker are Mark Twain, Joseph H. Choate and Robert <V
Ogden, the other speakers of the evening.
, ) i-lsht, 1900, by Underwoud & UnJerwood. New-York.)
DEVIL, DANCING BEFORE THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.
A re-ent enterta.nment provided by the monk* of Ladakh at Jammu, and a queer feature of the prince's present visit to India. The prince is in the front row of spectators, between tw»
turbaned Indian officials. —(illustrated u>n.jon New*
SUNDAY. JANUARY 28, 1900.
EIGHT PAGES.

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