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THE BRAHMS FESTIVAL
A first Concert with a Thrilling
Brahms Festival projected bj ihs
on y and Oratorio societies, which
_i\e unusual distinction to this
I id i?s becinninK In ?"arneple Hall
.ut Contrary to the approWnssoa?
- \ ers of lo?al affaire,
? stlval would acarcely appeal
. mnltltnde n?sar the close oi g sea
, burdened with hi**h claaa music
Ideti by opera, there was a tine
audience In attendsurt.ee, and a cr??t deal
0f enthusiasm, obviously spontaneous.
?-reefed 'he performance of every feature
programme, in the symphony thin
, ?rae BO sreat as to call twice
owlodgment on the part of the
, < t the < lima\ of the even
maa noi achieved by the or
t by the chorus, which had a
,, . more difficult ta.k to perform.
\ innounced, there are to he
i roncerts, ihose that remain
Wednesday and ?Friday after?
Saturday evening. The pro
I the Aral concert consisted of -.he
Festival Overture" lOp. IS),
? chorus and orcheatra lOp SD.
onj In ? ' minor, No. i (Op Ml,
rrlumphtted," or "Hyma of Tri?
tOp ?'??'' for ?loui'le chorus, bary?
and on heetra. Onlj the last "f
i vas new to New York, but .1
?toi j and ""-' rlptlon may
. The 'Academic Festl?
composed bj Brahm ?
.?f gratitude t?? th?
which m March, 1879,
ol Doctor of Phllos
? i m lu fli ? t performance,
- bu on Januar* '
... . te.I und the sf ??
_ by ii,. rector snd
nlrerslty and representa?
ophlcal ta, ultj The
? mes of student -'
bonded with original melodies, the
represented by the Bureehen
i beginning "Wir natten gebauet
em stattliches Haus." the so-called
Landeavater" -?huh th? German students
I -. | through th? ceremony of
? . | ? . " rough theli ? p
Btid rowing fidelity to their Bur.-.-iie;iscl air
???? . the Puchalled, or freshman's
??ens: boa i tin In e "Was Komml d^st von
H?h?" (which the curious student may
In English In Longfellow), and, al the
-Itur," which has be?
drid tn the performance of
la i nlghl Mr. Walter Damrosch
- the help of the choir.
** - ig" !-_ i?*s?? familiar composition,
snd, SO tar as we know, hau? been produced
t In New York. This wus at a
? ? of the Musical Art Society on l"?e
ber 17, WS. It le a threnod'. Hiid has
| aphlcal Intrre.st. The poem,
h* Sch?ler. Is an echo of a Greek art form
. h vast antiquity that tt has b"en
? I that the O'rerian*- t.',rrov\?d it
enl Egyptians, Herodol . i,
Egyptian Ma?eros "-that
? t lament of Isle on the death of
.-, in || the melody of the
?? the death of I.lnos, the
cal son ot Apoi'o ar*d music master
- and Herakles BchllleT err?te
? of 3 desire to bend the fi-rmin
,e to the contour* of the ?;re*-k hexa.n
Brahms Ml II to music to pour out
a musical bhation to the rnnne* of a
f'iend. An^elni Feoerbavh, an artist to
n wi?<i mother th" score Is dedicated. It
bad Its first performance at a concert i*on
d ictfd by Brahms in Zurich m December,
'if th? familiar sympbon' little htm?
v?e ->f.id than that, after It seem* to
In it? c*tnpOMer'fc mind foui?? ten
or more, i? wai performed for the
from manu**c*ipl in Carlsruhe on
November l, 1S?S, snd published something
'.an a year later. It had Its ftfSt PST
.'H' m America ;i t a concert of the
Symphony Society under the ?iirection of
1?1 Li b In the middle of I)e
'??niher, 1 **? 77. end was played by the Phll
mlc Boclety under Theodore Thomas
S " k later, un Ilecember 22. It would
? ,,f time to count up ?he number
? baa been performed sln?*e.
ml twice this season from
th? Philharmonie Boclety, once from the
1rs and once from the
? '? beetra before last night, and s
sixth performance is Impending, when Mr,
with an English hand ne>:t
Th? "H\ mn of Truimnl," was composed
, the victory of German] o r
.'. and the pi-ore Is dedicated
King of Prussia, who, as a result
ef t nt war, became the German F.mperor.
I grandiose work, and one Which n"l
only ? ;?? ndo ?iifti' ?ilties to the
but c.iiis for an extraordinary
' it- spirit is r ?L-htlv to be eppn
11 Is mos I ? i ?
?? i..rge forcea and
al and ? nthusls m It
m o even In ? ;<-i many, a. ?i
n_< In th? fact that
d havi had to wall ho long
A little more extraordt
? will be tempted to think, is the
drat p? rformance out
? ? ? many tool pla?*? al ? Cincinnati
II 1ST Theodore Thomas
th? ? "t ductoi Ns this writer can
from personal experience,
? ? ' ' a ver* Imperfect one?,
ill to i - compared with that of
ng too r?.v and un?
to trope w ith the diflli ultlei of the
T'-' texl ef the v.irk. whk-fa is divided
Brahma sell cted from the
?? ?- ol Y.i relations, Inch d
? elTld passages in
' part Brahms makes m-e of a theme I
?eh i?? i mot? ' tvei ? remotely) eu*
? known here as
Othl i ?? r:iian couti
1 '?? """i beginning "Hell dir Ina
kr?nz '; In t econd he permits the
" lut? ?!? an old German church
- -'M'-ii has auo got Into the
:"-','sV' '?? mn i Sott thank -??-?
"" ?"r (;'": " ' rent It la a Ira*
mendously jubilant proclamation, frequent*
the spim or ii?, |, |, but .-. hundred
ea complicated In its ?Contrapuntal
?' thing thai Handel cur wrote
???I of MendW power and beauty.
trearwadeus Lash which the t?o
"" ' '"i b*. the Damroech broth
'"? ?'?*' bed it was nobly r-eeom?
?ratorto Boelety, In particular,
"!" a ?ner achiet-ement to Its
""? tinging of "Ninle" and Its
? ? Triumph" na* more
thrilling, and a
?.f the festival
"""" ' - Imaglnedj
?? thai in the "flyn
?rahm? for obvious -reasons
we nt m?lodie material fa
'" ' - le, ai ?1 lot- the
?i?. as the snnoUtor of
' ' '*-' ' ?-'"' n.r- h.,.s said for at
?' hast. |a --not at all like
""i"- of Beethoven's Ninth
? i,. 1.1 t., -Higge -i
?? little critical ext irskHi Ts
wbo do sot
? ?? Men .h . noth? r t.? be ap
bat ? gone had Its me I
i total llluetrstloa la ti?. saM
1 ? . i . i-.. ?? c.-i i- rMay
' I " el? ad< ?,''? d" Beetho
? le ? it? lu-uall)
"' "- ' ? c, even it he ?ne
Kldom l? to er? at? ii hhneelf," From
sod th? " ?, i .
all..-.ru ii ..? i lie
?Wb ot the ftrst linee ?MASS Oi thl 111""
song in "Pie Meistersinger." at the I
nlng of Brahms's sonata in A for piano?
forte and violin, constitute a plagiarism of
Wagner, and of four notes at the beginning'
nf ihe slow movement of the symphony In
I' a plagiarism of an air in Herolds
??/.ampa." It lias been all in \_in to point
out the absurdity of these statements; the
silly Use have become current, and current
they will remain until a wiser generation
of critics come Into the field of action. So
far as th_ "Triumphlled" la concerned
nothing can be plainer than that Brahms
used a Variant of "Heil dir im Sieger
ktanz" (the national hymn of Prussia) be?
cause be wi. her! to do honor to William !.
to whom the ode Is dedicate,]; and Intro?
duced the old German ch?nale, "Nun
danket ,\iie <;0it." because it is the
otii' ?ai hymn ?'f thanhsglvlng throughoul
the German Empire. If this is plagiai
then Wagner, when he wrote his "Kaiser*
marsch" for .? like purpose? also plagiar?
ized "Kin' fe.te Burs ist unser ??ott."
which he worked Into the fabric of Ihe
.sturdy march. Aa for the auperb tune
Which is the. main thruie of the final?- of
the C minor symphony, it augaeata th?
melody Which Is \arlcd in ttie last movement
o? Bcethovcn'a Ninth Bymphonj only be?
cause of its rimplc diatonic progressions
and n literal coincidence In a ?-?nipic of
measures In its second .section c .ma
worth while Io satisfy ruriositj on ibis
point t-, brins - - Hi? iw?> melodies into
close Juxtapo ?? . at both eye and ear
r i 11 ?? . . ti?.- enllghti nina
observation, i -i tin following Illustration
the Bra h m presented ou the up.
p"i staf? and the Beethoven melod; (tran -
j o.sf ?i Into lli . e key) on Ih? lov ?
\- ? tl * presentation 'if the ,>,,, all
ml would be n waste of time ^"d
pac? H. \. K.
?DIE MEISTERSINGER" AGATN
Mme. Gadski and Mr. BlMftk In Fa?
"Dl? Meistersinger von N?rnberg" wa?
Sung again la. t night at the Metrenoliian
Opera House. The east, wlfb two ex
ceptions. was the same a? at the prevlOUa
performance Mme Gadrkl einging Eva
and Mr. Slezak Weither. Mme. Oadakl Is
alwaya oharminr as I^a. a? ting the part
with sweet simplicity and sinptnc If most
charmingly. Mr. Slezak. looking Ilk? Peter
the Great, vas- not in his beet voice, yet
eang thi Prise Bong with lyric beauty.
Mr Weil : liana Bad h Is like a '
artist's impersonations eminent!? sincere,
if lacking in unction ai ? ?
cus beauty, but of the B< of ono
<Jorit_. the David of Albert Reise, th?
rogner of futr?an-? ?iris wold ..id the
Kot' ner of Willis m Binaban nothing but
praise can be spoken
Of course Mr Toscan! i ronducted, ?"?1
on the whole conduct! masterfully,
even If at times then was In thi more
richly humorou? passaged the tang of Ital?
ian rath?r than Teutonic earth.
"RIGOLETTO" AGAIN NEXT WEEK.
"Blgoletto," ?_ it h Mr. CarUSO %*\ ihr. TUike.
will have .n extra performan? r,t
the Metropolitan <'p?ra House Tuesday
evenlnp. April : Mr. Amato will sing the
title role for th?- firs i time this eeaaon,
Mme ?le Pasquali will be the Olida, Mme.
?Kiclirnc Maddalena and Mi. He Segur?la
Bparafucile.- Others in ihe cast win be
Mmes. Mattfeid. Mapleson and Borniggls
and Messrs. Bada. Ananlan. F-iepn? and
Reschiglian. Mr. Bturanl win conduct.
AMERICAN CONTRALTO ENGAGED.
Mme. Mane Cahier, the American con?
tralto of the Vienna Opera H ??. w ho will
arrive from Rurope next week has been
engaged by Mr. Gattl?Casazxa for two an
psaranoes at the Metropolitan Opera House,
The flr.-t ?ill be aa Ai nena In -II Trova
tore" on Wednesday, .prll *.
Mme. fahler waa formerly Mis Maurice
Black, "f Cleveland Bh? wenl In Parts,
where she prepared for Ihe stage, and
made her debul at Niel as iirfe?. ,<?.
almost Immediately engaged for Vienna,
where she succeeded anoth
Mrs. Edythe Walker.
HIPPODROME'S BENEFIT BALL.
<;'nr_? M Cohan i>_ . volunteered to n?-t
aa hidge of the fan? \- step dancing which
Hill be one of the featur?-s of th< Hippo
attaches' lean yeai hall foi th? .ich
i? it-ti? fund of th' organization ii li to
l" a costume ball and "HI take pla<_ on
11 \t Baturdsy evening al the palm (larden,
on ?_ih street, between Third anu Letting?
io- ivenuea. A commit!.mposed of
members of tlie Friars ami Playera, each
of which has purchased a box, will be
the judges of awards for the most pi? ? ? <?
nr,d moi t original costumes Rose La
Harte, tlie Hippodrome's prima donna, will
preside over the fortune teller's booth
MORE WINTER GARDENS.
The Messrs. Sbubert announced ?a?-l ! pit
thai they will establish Winter Gardena In
Chicago. Philadelphia an?i Fioston The
winter Geraden In Chicago i to be the
building now known as the American Music
Hall, to which the N'en- Vo?k Winter Har?
den entertainments will po when they travel
West. This theatre is t?i be closed during
the coming summer, and much reconstruc?
tion work win n? doue both on the audi?
torio' and the stage to tit it for the new
i ??'? "w
,n Boston ami Philadelphie new houses
will lie built. Several sties ai(. no** under
consideration In both cities, Hn(] d?finit?
announcements of locations and probable
opening ?lates will be ma?le in tin- mar
ONE WEEK THEATRES.
At the Academy of Musi? "'He Regenera?
1 on. ' Owen Klldan-'s play, wan presented
yesterday afternoon tu fore ihe usual Acad?
emy audience ihe usual Academy audi?
ence is s large, sympathetic affair thai
hanga in breathless attention on play and
playera The regular stock company,
headed by Prtscilla Knowles end Th.:.
ijiebi's, are both earnest and capable.
The West Kti'i Theatre offers i barle.
rCleln'e "'ihe Gambiers," with Jane Cowl
still leading th? company. "The Gamblers*'
of Mr, Klein's most pi tillar p
It has been sucre...fully presentad In prob?
ably ?-very state in the I'nlon during the
season now passing.
Robert HlBlard has come to the Grand
Opera House t" give a last presentation ?>f
the vampire play, "A Kooi There Waa."
Por about three years this play has trailed
through the country clutching at the im?
aginations both ?if its rural and ils .m I,
ti.-ated population. Mow Mr. Milliard la
B bou I tO pull himself out Iroui Its musk
1,1. ? atmosphere and go into something else,
??The r_rl froi i Rector's" is frolicking
.,i the Manhattan Opera Mou-.' thli _??!..
Paul loiters corned) la popular and atill
fturreasfuity appeala to the humor of an
WHAT IS GOING ON TO DAY.
i ., p?rn:-Mum m th? American afuaenm of
Saturai H "?' ? "'? Metinpnlitiiii Mu?-am
,,f An Bad !>>? Ke? York goolo_t_Bl par_.
M'-'I'IS ef Ih" Hl?1i Behaol T,*rh,rr' Amn.
dation, aaahlnstoa i r\ inn 11 ?K ti y-i.i.
1 r m
\?,ii.-r., by t .<??"" Pufdy. S^aldest nt th,.
I h-. Hearil, "ii "Ho* 9ft l'w Tnxen." Ht
IM../III..- ??i ""? National League tot the
i r j.- Education ef Woman, go. -j?i Baal
?Hi Ii tttXM t, i P. t"
?f it,. Man elp?l ? In.. Bi_o_bn ? i?i .
i... ri"i?r"'it rtrwet, 7 p ,,,
M-'??ii? ?f 'l" I'.'f' ClVb ".-,ia.,.f v?lo|1,
- I ,.,
? '"i it? Veteraae' Casas
Hotel A?<"i. I i' ? 1
JUSTICE HIT BY AUTO
; Henry 0. Hotchkiss Jumps Up
and Has Chauffeur Arrested.
PRESSES CASE IN COURT
After Seeing Maximum Sentence
Imposed He Limps Out to
Justice Henry D. Hotchkiss, <>f the
Supreme Court, was kno-kod down by
en automobile at 42d Street and Rropd
*vay laet nicht sa be WS! Waiting for a
car. He .?-?tii in bled to lii?* feet und had
the chauffeur of the car arrested end
tai.on to the men's nlghl ?ourt on ?i
?harp? of ro.-kioss driving. The Justice
uaid he thought bis right ankla wat
sprained and iii.s left fool bruised.
Th?' chauffeur was Prnnis (.Mover, a
nej-ro. of Montclalr, N. .1. He wan driv
iiiK the automobile of .1 S. Alexander.
vlce-prerddenl of the National r.ank of
Commerce, In the cot ??t the time of the
??-cldent, fil???ut 7 o'clock, were Mr. Alex
ander's son and daughter.
Traffic al 12d streel and Broadwaj eras
c. ngeated, and, as Justice Hotchkiss -*---- * ? 1
?n court, he waa waiting for ;i csr, when
without warning be was geni flying.
Policeman Gannon, of Traffic >'. saw th??.
reldent and hustled over to help the
|U8tk*e lo his feet, but he was airead
? 1 -?.--nt that ttmn arrested." end Jus?
I tire Hotrhkiss. "He knocked ma down
und diiln't e\en blow the automobile
h 1 ?i.
Justice Hotchklsa refused medical at*
i tentlon snd accompanied the officer and
the rhauffeur to the **,?,>?-? 47th -?treet
station, The two young people in the
' <;<r ?ltd not po ?lone. There the )UBt|c?
mnde the complaint and all went to the
night ? ourt.
c'lovei sflrld he was not aware thai he
in; '-ne linn h until he nan
Ih' .i.---.' ||<> said traffV -??.'?i SO run
geste?-! t *-? ;, t he could not se? an* one In
lus path. The officer told Magistrate
Appleton thai the man had no lie?
und ? lio* ? '- said he had left it at horn -.
but could produce it any tlm? the courl
desired. Magistrate Appleton then fined
him $M for reckless driving and rii*?
charged him on the complain! of nol
havln** .-i licet-,*-.-.
Justice Hotchkiss limped painfully as
he entered th'* court. In explaining t?>
the magistrate how the .m , id. tit hap?
pened, h? said had b<* nol had th? . n
t-ii? e of mind to *-cra?nble up ,-irid Ret out
of th? " ' h* might have been s*?rlou
i-iurcd He told the magistrate th.?t
Glovfr had given no naming and ??.???
going altogether too fuel tor su, ii ?
congested t :,rt of the ejt\.
Magistrate Appleton sympathised with
the justice, and said he had Inflicted th?
maximum sentence for such a .hire?.
\\ hen .tu : ? 11 ? ? left the row t hi
sali h. going it on? r to hi :
t.. hu?. ? hi Injtirl? s alte nd? d i
EMPEROR AND KING MEET
German and Italian Sovereigns
Embrace at Venice.
Venice, March !C Kmperor William of
Herman? si ? K - Victor Kmmanuel met
here " ! 1 vrlmncd nio-t .or.; ..I
greeting lie -. I * ' t of t h<> Kin* lit,.I the
Rmperor lo V? mee ??:,?? made ttie occasion
of enthusiastic demonstrations before the
rovnl palace, on the be Icon? of which the
m,, sovereigns appeared nnd bowed their
thank?. Three Ihou n*l hool ?hlld-en
xaeembled end sang patriotic s?
Kmperoi William, with Prince ??n?l Prin?
cess August William and Princess VI?
loris Luis*, were the gueata at luncheon
of Kinc Victor Emmanuel.
The Gorman Kmperor, niluding to th*
war, aald thai Italy was ??fferin-; r touch
Ing spectacle of union snd loyalty 10 the
dynasty, In the evening ihe Kmperor
1 dlnnei In honor of the Kins aboard
the Imperial yachl llohenxollern The
whole basin *-.tc< brilliantly Illuminated.
Neither Premier ('iolltti ter the Italian
Koreign Minister, Marquis Antonio d
Olullano, accompanied King Victor i-m
manuel to this ?ii\, but il is reported
that Kmperor William and Mol- Vi<-t<>r
Kmmanuel im-.e practically .-?Kr.-rri upon
?.. renewal of the Triple Alliance, extend*
m- it from 1911 t" 1926
?H. parting the Kmperor nnd King Vic
tor Kmmanuel embraced repeatedly, The
King left for Rom? The llohenzollern
will sail to morrow morning It Is under?
for 1 if l.ri'i'ii Islands, In the Adri
atlc, ?? i ? 11 the Kmperor ?-til m.-et the
Austrian luir apparent bef. proceeding
lot ? O-'ll
TRANCO AMERICAN AMITY
Delegation Headed by Ci. Hanotatix
Arrives Next Month.
Paria March 25 The long maturing plans
of Prance m give practical expreaalon ?>f
hi r friendship t"r the United St.?t??H ?ire
now complot? d The mm steamahlp Fran? ?-,
??f the French i.lne. which on April M erlli
'.m mi her tnai'ien voyage to Piew York,
??ill r-onvej .1 special official delegation
of d|Ht|n-*tii*>ied Frenchmen, hearing the
French tribute tu the f?irin of Auguste
Rodin's brease bust of "Lg France.** Thi.-t
Will be presented to the fulled State*, lo
be placed ??t the imni- of the monument
which win i?e dedicated next June lo Sam?
uel ?Je riiHinplaln, the French navigator
and cxplon-r, the tercentenary <?f whose
discovery ?>f Lake Champlaln was cele?
brated in inoi?.
The delegation ??II lie hejule,) h? ??at.riel
Hanotaux, the historian, ex-Foreign Min?
ister and member of the French Academy.
It will Visit Neu York, Washington, Hull
delphla, Boaton, Lake Champlaln, Moo?
treat, Quebec Hnd Niagara Falls while in
America *?? ?'.<i ef the delegates win de?
liver addressee, voicing the gratitude of
France for the nu*neroos tnanlfeatatlona "f
urlendabtp by the tnlteii State*, and duel
link' upon Fraooe'i dealre foi even in?ue
SINGHAM'S MEMORY HONORED.
Houue of Representatives Adjourns?
Funeral Committee** Named.
Washington, Match 8 Twenty minutes
after assembling the House adjourned to?
day out of reaped to the memory of tba
late Representative Henry H. Blngham, <?f
Pennsylvania the House'* oldest membei
in service, who tied la Philadelphia ?'ii
Bsturday. speaker I'lnrk appointed the
following committee i<> attend the funeral:
Representatives Cannon tilt), Dalxell,
Moon, Ottnstead, McC'reary, Butler, Rey
bum, LHmohue and l?*e ?.r 1P? un ? Q||?
lett? (Maas.), Fltsgerald and Duller (N \ l,
Moon iT'iin.i, Jones iYh.i anil Burk 1
The following Benate rommlttee ???a*
Senator.? Baile) (TeS), I IllltOn I W. \a ',
?latk i\\'?oi, Curtis (Kan.). N? 1 on
?Miiui?. Nixon (Nov.), Olivet and Pienrose
pemii, Overman (N, C), Smiiii (Mhii.i
and Ston? (?o ?
?0 H O A YS NFw'yORK Tr IR11M F
Mailed snyerHan m tl?e United .ta'.ts
for |_00 a year. 1
A? ?HE VARIETIES
The Alhambra Bill?Zelda Sears
Makes a Hit at Fifth Avenue.
Although Mme. Kalh-h, who was booked
to appear at the Alhamhra this ?o.k, wa?
posted before resterday's matin?e hs un
able to pUy on account of Illness, the re,-;
f.f the bill went merrily along and teemed
to get more genuine unprompted applause
than !s usually lieard in \ ?iUd?-v|llr.
The programme's description of lie wi-t
Vouup and sister, who were the nr_t on? s
io appear, a?? --novelty Jugglers," did those
t^o magic fingered people a grave Injus?
tice .liippiing sounds u?\e the same ?id
thing, whereas th* eery nifty De \\ \t\
Youngs are nothing <>?* the kind. The , in?
fam went up on an elaborately furnisied
ollege room, in walked t>e Witt, and im?
mediately thlnga bepan to fly. Tennis rack?
ets sailed ovi r lus head, snft eus
Whirled KOftI)', and With many i-nlo-i.
through th?- air. the decanter of win? a" I
(Issues tumbled through space with no
harm done, ami even the bras? bedstead
did the ?;Hhv glide. AH of thee pt? , n
Irles look place undei the skilful hands of
Mr. . oiing and his abb ; "imp -1st? r. One
could n??t watch them without getting a
thousand suggestions a5 to ihe possibilities
f'?r amusement that lie unheeded every <iav
ones own nail room, *i ft er all, the fur?
niture and pictures that b'fiite aeemed so
useless and Irritating have In them the lat?
ent power of sliding an?i gliding Hbout the
room, whirling through the air. flying i tat
ihr window and back again if properly
tossed with a boomerang twist, etc. Mi
ms power of enjoyment, it seems, ?les n
the graM' of each of us if the furnishings
if our room displease us tin fault, deal
reader, lie? not In them, bul In oureelven
We are unable to gel oui of them the
best thai i In them
Miller .n'I i.-i. follow thla auspicio r
Opentng With .??nie dark- dlaiecl _n?| with
a ii\ei> boxing boul that n.i- unfortunate
I) brought to _ sudden an?! Unexpected
dose by tiie untimely crowing of a roost' r
behind |h' scenes. At the sound both ? m
b?tants at once puf asid' their quarrel and
a-ent to find th? llttl? throe! whence that
_n ? ei ,it\ bad come
A r'ano form? .I the unir? of n.Hrj- t . n
of the third entr) In the afternoon'a
amusement tace. ?nil ?o energetic a
"turn" vas performed on 11 by t*onn-?ll
?nd Webb thai the end ws complete die
iiii'tii'ti of the slip? The f?irnlt?ire bb w
over, the wallt rorked and WI: of the twe
players, one i".t her gown compleWy te
the fury, while the other a-sa later |
b? fie.,th the ? an?, t *\.? c ?? a i
e-,rr paid t?> the stirring qualltj that ti? --?
is in music when It Is played vth true
i leiro Tiho?e ?mile t- known from tl i
Halter; t?, Marl. m. play?*d bis ?e1-d ?on?
blnation <?f piano und accordion, and i
coaxed from Ihe ? irlnua thing a delicious
Barbar? l'oasi tune thai set ever
shoulders to swaying, ti b! la on? excli ng
thing about the turkey trot you can dan
|l 111 >onr .seat. |usl * .ll'br
Then ?-mnn "Everybodj " This Is a- m |
moral httle i?Ih - by !'?.!? r PlSttl tl Si
-. nt-? Advil It - ind Worh as ? i J
unattractive p.-? >pl<. but with g ">?1 in art
and Portun? a a Quakei lass Whereas
' Pleasure. Sh'rk an?! 1.1? k I : rlted,
_. n dressed, happ. i ? opl? , s h.si I
r. t.,,,|- t..,.?-. up his g)' ?ni nnsttra i
in .?.i- ? ?? ? ... ? and v. ?.ri
ti em The ImiTX da'- ? r
??'-? an\ moral audience might ?v
pect The ii'-** sc-?n* found Kvery?hody
?penniless, di ink an?! alone, Having been
"stung b- happiness he had lo g" bach
t.i gloom) Honest) end acowllng Work,
and he waa even ao broken aplrited that he
v .<? proud lo ' aten to the wheeaea of a?i
vice. Atae! Why me me virtues so \i
and the a a h happy < hlldn n ?.f
? ? moraln |
Then . ,- . Intermission for gntns
,, ri? h flood of aft? rnoon
and having .? ? Igarett? v whl? h
? ame Um.? ? ; i- ? Its an i 0? urge Mo?
,|,, ,,,.. .. ,,t theii snappy, entertaining work
Macar! and Bradford followed In ? tabloid
drama, " * legitimate Hold up." Th? n
lllxtej and !.? rtier. ene d ' lold?
.i lh< i '
New Sketche? at the Fifth Avenue
? I III. " - I'M'
1. ! .
? r I I
? . M ?\S
M Its Mi'( ? Kn
m Kl'anoi Km
-? ? i
Veaterda) afternoon, nf the Plfth Ave?
nue Theatre, three recrulta from "Hie
legit?mate-' made t'i.-lr tlr _ bow to i Sew
York vaudeville audience a"?i several
?.-.n Mmg Kuropean novelth wer? leen for
the tlrst time here
"The Wardrohe Wimun." in which _>lda
Sears is appearing, sheda some ami
high lights -?n life as It la lived behind the
scenes In s one nia it si ind ihe ttrical ?""!
pain Th? heroine is Sally Spruce, whose
? ?i in Ufe i- attandlna to the ward*
robe of -The Sinners of N'-w V..rk ' cm
an attraction louring the --mall
towns with Indifferent success Bhe is
?I,-. i.iv enamoured of thi property man ?>f |
the nrgHnl7atlon. and out ?if the goodness
of her heart performs most of hi? dutle
as sretl as her own Bhe operates t'?
thunder for tin- sturm scene, reproduces
the eoond ol galloping hoofa when the lead?
ijig man Is requited to dash up on horse?
back and tires the pistol ? off stage/- whin
the conventions of the drama require thai
the "vllllan" commit suicide. She fur?
nishes the aer?ame and the ?rashes whan
the "heavy man" i?< supposed lo throw
his victim down a flight of stair?, and she
caps the climax ?if lier us. fulness bv hasti?
ly donning Infantil?- attire and playing -t
child's part when the Anti-Child Cruelty
Society arrests the child actress whs
usuallj graces the cast of "The Blnnera of
New York'" The wardrobe woman, aa
played by Miss Bear**, is a winner. Bhe has
a sharp, clean cut s.-nse of comedy, which
makes the most ?>f every posslMUty In her
lines Miss Sears ?as admirably supported
ii> Margaret Armstrong. Beatrice Belmont,
Walter IToung and Karl Meecaife,
\\. I. Abtngdoa gave Ihe Aral American
pr?sentation of Ihe English play "Honor
Is Satistliil." The pla> ?leals with a nee
phase of the ttiailgh-, ?M ,,no ,,( ,(,,. Kl)1I1|
things in vaudevlDs, weii written and well I
performed it gained a pronounced eue-1
I allliie Ward gave the conie.lv "What !
the Doctor Ordered," a playlet run of!
bright lines and funny situations
Bophye Barnard Is the latest mualeal I
comedy star lo enter vaudeville. Misal
Barraard'a rendltloo of popular ami etaud
Srd mUStc WOO Instant favor.
The Colonial Bill.
JullUS Bteger and company, in his latest
success. "Justice," heads an enjoyable pro
grsmmc at the Colonial Theatre this week. :
j;<J_;.?r .lames, who has bSCSSas facile In the'
writing ?if dramatic, sketches; has produced !
?autln r exceedingly strong one lu "Jnstli
which I? all the mon- Interesting bei
ii is based on actual Incidents which took
place only ? few ssonthe ago, with sing'
Bing prisse as the scene of action. A pa?-I
tb-ularly bright feature |_ the "swa
Ptanopblends," and ?? The Battle Cry ot\
freedom," as pres.-ntc?! by May Tull? end I
company, is a lone, lingering laugh. One I
?it the bent liked features of the bill Is the i
art of laldb- Leonard and Mabel Russet!, j
Mi. Leonard and Ml Russell constitute
on. of the mahtStS] I" lalli. ?f valide-1
At the Victoria.
Yesterday*! Mil at llamneeieuia'a I k> j
loris Theatre presented Roch and I niton I
th? ehief f. atun i?? ? Inclu? .?.? ,|,,,, ing, i
led i lb? Ii ?? n Hun rarl n orchi l ?
Binie Reeves ?ud iu_ Louduu company's |
HIC XOTHEH OUTRAGE ON PERSONAL LIBERTY 1
Ipreaentation, "A Sight hi an Rnglish Muido
Hall," ?'on a great deal ef applause. The
Fadettes La-?.-s' ?? ??.?,. | Boston, con?
sisting of twenty-two skiihd musicians,
nted a vorj clever musical act under
the directorship of Carolina \
Others on the hiii were Marie Fenton. Con
.ind I.a Maire, the Plnothl? Fiends,
George W T*.n-r- and Maud? Woldorf In
f*nap-8hots," IVeleh, Mt-aley ."?ft Montroee
?? , ?. ,? . ? ??? entitled "I
Rail," th? Rackets and "The Flying Rua
"THE MAN FROM COOK'S"
Now Mllfica] Play Given at Now
A Coot a lour taken t om Paris ?o
N'sples last night at the N'ev \m terdam
Theatre ?? ? sltnont ai I i I'ook'a
.. i. 1 to |ie bj ? h?. -.- u h<> havi
never goni on on* Bui then on the
stage it was nol l real onlj an amateur
The orlslnsl Freneh stor* ? Maurice
Ordonneau was done uno Knglieh by
Henry Blossom To the tasl? even of a
cheerful first i ? Hence It waa not
done enough In pi i. It was almoal
raw TI ' music, ! ? i:., ? mon?! Hubbell,
?I Into arell trodden path*?, and, real?
ising thH. ', ilwayr. trying to
steer "in of them The re till did not
make for n ? lod; or i alance.
Th? plot of "The M m from Cook's?," .*,
bothersome thing that continually con
to Interrupt Ihe progress of the \
?how which starts up hopefully every time
.?-aid plot goes ? ut the door for i moment,
: ?. .i*? near I) as can be remembered after
half un houi 's qui? t Int? t lude, an follows
Prince Victor sees s dream girl som?
where in Paris He might have known It
was an American for who else dreams In
Parla? bul he did nol Hi sees her air ?in
when she rushes luto a restauran! which
ah? mistakes for a Cook'i agency Then
and there the whole thing In planned.
Kverybod- In sight mu ? go to Italy ?i the
Prince's exp? nae v. .. it ws it ??'?
lust why every one mu t P" i" Italy. Poa-I
slhly it whs lo accommodate the sceneI
painters, who like to palat white pergolas
agalni I a blue .-? a.
At all ?venta the? went. tnme fifty or
more, and discovered Ihe Bell f:?mil?
lug mandolins In the garden of the Hotel
del Veeuvlo, Naples (note the dell), In
? un, ?a that ? ?tre s ? i oss betwei n the
Spanish bullrtghter's and Ihe native dress
t lint Italians are auppoaed to hear
Th.?ie. In il"* gardent of '? s Hotel rid
Vesuvlo, Ihe plol strodi along toward ?
Among the players of this >?? rambled m i
ideal store Eleanor Pendleton, with her
Knglieh ballet school alyle ol dancing, waa
?..t? attractive and full of the grace and
rhythm aad poit.e of real iaadng. Ideelle
Kenyon, who acts sen well on t;- ??rama
stage, seemed to be nol at home in a mu?
sical variety show, although he spoke his
song more musically than moat of tin
others ssuig tbelra,
No "lie on the siaiie OOUld sliiK last llljillt.
bul spring COldS Hre In the air, and. h? -
.viil.-s. the music was .icalusf them, s,? il
may be only a temporary condition among
th? members <>i Ihe eaal nol lo boon -*-111 k -
int; terms with Ihemaelica
The piece waa nleelj staged and roa?
turned, and one tune "wi nt," the one called
"\\. ? ant i>.? Without tic* Men."
Cut f..i the most pai i Ihe neu mu? leal
i..?ii. in mind i he worda of Marie
CahllTa lurk- > n.ng, St bal ire w i
Coming To? u hem Arc v\ ?? Uolng ToT
CAST or "i m: m \n i ROI.K'fl "
Mi- n,*iit"ii.Van,in Murray
I? Bentun.' II? Hot
lime 1-,-oiitln-?. I'l.c.ii A ? ? ?,i,.
i ?lu Holi....1
K'lorta. i: n Tbornton
[?Ilia."Nonette Loria i
Pauli . loa? pl ni. Karrlman |
Mai leite . ' rain-**?, Itubena
It, iiti?- .Ma) Italie !
I ran n? .?d< le Kornau ,
i iUk . ?. ?'?? -*!? I ?tirant
i?. Bella Tortlne.Ben? Hoffman
v .,-1, I ? i -? Itudd '
I -.,,,., \ ?i toi I? i h ii ""' n *?? Stt? i- I
?? rolo" Koiilanl . . ' "-I \v slton '
;???. i, ,i , Bent? i. John ' >:il? Mui ph .
I^Hil Kit. l'.,ilii- I :., rri n k l ? > : i - ? I. ?? i l
lublw, hl ? "?'-i.\iit.iiii., Moreno
i i O'Donnell.lohn J. Dempaej
I'bSUffeUI ' 1 ''In.II'
i ,., ., | ,', Biron William p
.(?-in i' '
Hla?,.til. l."t''l Pnpx t. 1 I'halll?
I-|. ?-,., a i?.i :, i. William II ikl sm
\\ m ? i.i waltei ?' Huh '??
i i, i-. Il |-.iiiiih ''-ni Nettle rtllvla R|< hard
mi., i ? Bdward, i luu I? - ? llllam .?ml
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CANADIAN SOCIETY ELECHON.
The fifteenth annual meeting of Um I '?<?
nadlaa Bo-rletj Of New York City was held
las? evening al Delmonlop's Th? following
officer*, were unanimously t-lected
President, Hi?- l??-v It Charles A Baton;
mut \ h ?-I'li-sld.-iii. Thotnaa N Jarvts; ??
dud i tee-president, .luda?? Juli? M. Mayer;
thir.l vi- ? -i?!?>?aident, Alfred W Kiddle;
f. urib vice-president. r?r E. R. 1. (tould;
Ireasurei P*i ? l VI McLaughlin; at-eretary,
?? i?. i m ,,?-. u>n; din -?'". s '?? s- r* '? three
?, tn i ?i .' *? Mai i ?!,'. W W I nana
IV -.litan iii'l I'l'tluKl, \\. ?hlbley.
Hezekiah Kuhn, who had devoted the
greater rart of his life to charitable work.
died on Saturdaj from heart disease at his
Ko . west Mth street H? ?*??<
old The funeral a II be held
rn in Paver?a, Mr. Kohn ?ame to this
i country with hia parenta ?hep he was four
teen v. ar- old Folio w'n. a common school
? ? ucatlon, '?o entered Hm fur hat and cap,
business, and st hia retirement from busi- !
ness In 1M_ bad itinii'.l a fortune. It Is
s -.id thai Mrs. Abraham Lincoln used to
U' "i bis store and talk with htm.
Almost from the flay of his retirement
Mr Kobn devoted hli enure time to phil?
anthropic work \ day prior to bis death
he bid been at Work viMi hi. .e.-refurv on I
the financ?e of the Sanatorium for Hebrew- i
' hlldren at Rockaway Park He wn?? ore I
of the founders of the Hebrew Kre* School
and had served on the executive board of
the American Israelites Mr. Kohn was
president nt the North American Relief
Society an?! at mie ?time pre Ident ef the
Ccngregst. n Rodeph Sho',?m
Bla children, Henry N. and soi Kohn.
and the Misses Henrietta, Cary, Hertha atid .
Annette Kohn, a writer of verse, survive I
STEPHEN R. BASSETT.
sieptv n R Bassett, formerly aaeiwlaty of]
the Nations) Editorial Association, db-d j
from heart disease on Sunday at bis home. |
No .:. W.-st IMth street. \ native of
Montour Palls, \. Y. Mr. Bassett was '
six!v-;ive \eara old.
Although only fourteen yearn old. lie
joined the ?nil Niw York Cavalry and
served until the end of the wai <"?n his
return from ihe war Mr. Basaett entered
the newspaper business and had been ae
tively engaged in it since?.
I'or twenty years Mr Raesett had been
editor and publisher of the 'Kissinimee
Lender." of Klsstmmee, Fla. Later lie came
to this city and be wa.? for a timo con?
nected with the Methodist Book Concern.
He was a Mason, a Knight of Pythlaa and]
u member of the Grand Army of the It-.
public. A wife and daughter survive him.
CAPTAIN .t?iii\ i MURPHT, onetime I
j ? r? aident of the Board of Police Commie?
- <?r Mount Vernon, died as the result
?i a second stroke of apoplexy last night at
his house, \o. 1J? South Elton avenue,
Mount Vernon He leaves a wife and three J
DR .H LU s BALIMGER, I well known;
expert medical witness, ?lidl suddenly In
the _ line?. b?i\ of a Phil idetphla court-!
yesterdsy, while testifying la s dam- j
Sge Bull against the city <'f Philadelphia.
BURIAL OF C R. HENDERSON.
Charles R Henderson, of No. _7 Kast H?th
? who died st Baranac Lake, W. v.. on
Baturday night, will he burled to-day at
s uthampton, Long islam! Mr Hender
son. who waa thlrty-tWS years old. was the
sun of Jetante North Henderson an?i the late
Charles Rapallo Heo-Jerson, a New fork
banker. Besides bis mother, his sister
M?. Nathalie Henderson and Misa Jane!
Henderson and Mrs. S. Thayer Robt> .ir
Mr Henderson died tfddooly after dining
with S number of friends. While at Mai
vard he was a member of the A. I). I'lnb
and captain of the golf team, and one Of
I'M most popular men in Ids das-. He con?
tinued ids college work even after ble
health broke down, but during his last two
years he eras forced to spend part o( each
\,mtii- at Baranac Lake, Mr Henderson
:.l.o aren! to Arizona tn the hope of regain?
ing hia health HI- Wife, who wa - IllSS
Kthel Bartlett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Itolleck Bartlett of Worcestsr, Mass., died
at Baranac Lake a year ago. Mr. Hender- !
?m was director of two hospitals there and
the founder and secretary of the Auti- ,
Tuberculosis So. hty. The tun? ral was h?-l<! [
iterday ait?in.ion. and ti>e burial wtB
take place la the family plot la Southamp?
a special train win ?leave the Pennsyl?
vania station at noon for the convenience
,,r i slattvea nad friends.
WILLS HER JEWELRY TO FARLEY.
The will i?f Henriette ?i? "Tinhtghsm
Andrei, daughter of the late Vlacesait Hi ari
de Hei ininghani and widow of Dr. Adolph
Andrei, of Pisa, Italy, who died on March
... huh filed \e?nerday hi the Surrogate's I
,,th., The testatrix left all her |e_eir\ toi
Cardinal Phrley. Bhe _a\e ?-?ao ta Xavier
School in Brooklyn. tdjOa to Ihe Brook
l\n College, IMM io the Kev. Wllbam II.
Walsh for settlement Hork. k\sat !o Man
Kttduff, Ber maid, and B.SM In .lohn Mur
la.? , hm hand o? a form i BM d
MORE HONORS FOR BACON
Ambassador Guest of Diplomats
Representing: Latin America.
Paris, March _>. -Robert Bacon, tnp
tpited States Ambassador to France, was
the guest of honer to-day at a farewell
luncheon given by lh^ diplomatie represen?
tatives of the ?.atin-Anierlean republics in
Se?or If, de Peralta, Costa Khan Min.
?.?ter to PVance, \'ho presided, paid a gra?-*
flll tribute to the work Of the America'!
Ambassador, to arhtch Mr. liaron replie l
E. E. MADERO ILL AT ITHACA.
1''? IC -.V . . Mare, a K i- -.?i |
???fter of the Pr?sident ei Mexico end a
aophomor* in the ? ?>rn?ii state ?-oiie^> ot
Agtieulture, is In the university InArmsry
Buffering from an sttsck of '< ?***?ri.
Ar.1?r?nn. Mir- v Huffman le* ? V
Butterworth, Ada I. H ?? ? t. ci .??>e 7x
it, Josephina K Jamea, tvunaakl'
Muff. Fred? t-?e_ . . Rheldora, Emma ?
'".rant, l'ran.-is H I'erplaack, v?ijtu?t-i M.
Hiiiweii. Hush N" ^nifiif. Catherin? T?
I1.ri.lei. on, < liarle? TV
ANDERSON- <*>n Bssday, Mareh 24. 1.11 Mary
- . beloved wife of RfllltaBl 8 Aniereon. ?i
t>? Both ; ear ?'( her a?;-. Friend* ?re Isrltet
i . sttead the t :r.ial -?r-.-le.-5 at h?r U?e t"
N?>. c Ken Grseaa riare, on Tuee
Kan h M at 7:3?) p. in.
Bl'TTBRWORTH?At raaadena. Pal.. Ada T_ol?.
ef Morristown, N .1 daagbtai of the i?<?
Thersn >' und Elisabeth Futierworth.
DM lOHfl Soddealr, on Mar.-h __.. 1?1_, ?t
I .Ske Wood, S .!.. Josephine I.OUI??. elde?l
- ? pherd K and the lat* .io
aephlne I tolas As Porest, ased 1T year?.
Punersl aerrlcee will be held in ?tra?-?
?hiirii? Chantry, Near Tork City, en Tue.
? i M . h SS, Hit;, . t 11 s. m. In'erttietH
si Wo?dlawn hi tl.onvenlene? of the fatii
Hv. K nd!r em?t flower*. A ?pe?;l?l tr?tn
"?il leave Lakewood ?t Hl.' a. m ?n Tue?
for lli?- conv-iilene<? <,f the family ?n?t
|>t!P***?-Frederick K. ?B?d St. Fun?r?i ?t
Th? Punersl Church, 041.,t ???" 234 ?t.
ipk B. Campbell Buiidm*!, TSeeday, I
0 1 le k.
i GRANT In Ven- York, f-undav. March t?.
1 ? Il Huated. Infant ?ion of ?'ap'sin rvmjfln.
?irant iiad K rangea t_>uise Mal? K'in?ral
?ervlcea at At. A. n" ? Chapel, Tuesday,
Mir. h .ft. al 11 a. m.
KARTWELL Suddenly, f">?n pn??inionta, ?a
Satarday, March 23, 1912. at th? Hot?! .?l
hert. t'nlveiei'v _'l;i_e anil Jlth ?? . \e-ar
Yorh city, Hush Neabltt H?rtw?ii, or
Bonier?III?, H. I. Funeral aervle?? a? th?
i?Md.-ne? of hia dank-liter. Mr?. Joseph .1,
N" 43 South Br'-iad ?1 . EltsatMth,
n 1 , en ftieedsy, March 2-1 at 11 o'clock
.1 a? Inelnaratlea ?t Roaehlll Crematoi
convenience of the fatal!) Cat ??:.-? ?? 1 1
,.,_?? .-.-.itrut Railroad of N?w Jera? 1 . ?
Ir.iMnn New York, fool 23d at 10:01
? m., foui ??r Mberty ?t at i" jn a re Spe?
it.il en Brill be itlaeiiert te ah" ?- tr.ln If
11 klSdi) requested that no flower? be ?ent.
HENDERSON ?in Bstorda etaalsg Nf.r.-h 2?,
.n Barsnsc t?;?*?-. s t.. Charlas Rarmiio. ?o?
of the i.ite marks Rapalie Hend?-'_nn and
Jesnl* S'etih llendertoa, in hi? ,'i.td year pu
1 eral aerrtces en Monday ?fter-ioon at Saranao
t.?ke. Intannaal aervtre? on Tuesday at
Southampton. ls>ur: Island. Spe-UI trala
leave? peaneyleaiiia station, nsi -tr#?t. f??e
BonthataptOB al I2 e'dacfc nooa for th? coil?
ventanee of family and frlende.
M? ?IM MAN On S'lndav, Marel 24. IMS, Tr?-il??
\.rplaii.U. In her l*th y?r, danah'?r nf Sam
ue| Vet-plan.-k ?nd t/>uls? N HnfTman Vu
n 1 ?I ?111 arrival o( ? ?. m. train. P . 1. * W,
1: r, . ai Morrlatowa, N 1 . ?n We^n??d?v.
March !T, ?1 St Petef*a Church, laterbiibs
HOTT?Suddenly. *' Stamford, ?-npn . Suade*-.
March 24, 101?, Clason U lloyt, In hli I 1
1 \ Mr-' x' ? S'a a at|> '^1
Si|?!?re. t... 11.Ion. Knitlatid. V. ?rlam " l?M(?>
1 ?i,., s. |n ii .'?TU; ....i. -..n of ?lie late Pani?l
i.,,,,. . et" i aland and broth?. .>f
the i.?i- ii wr'i? Jame?, m \en ytng m
mortal ?ervlce? ?III he held al' Ihe Ma. i
Square I'ri-l'V lerla" ? li?u?li on Tij
March -?'?. ?' ?? ?? nJock.
SHELDON (?n March 2". ISI2 at he
\.i <ii Ma?-on 11 i.i-.'ti n 1 um? .t??na
? n funeral ?ervlee. win |?. held I
In residence, No ill Macos ?t., on Tu???la<,
March 2?; al ?? o.-locl? p n? Kl ,?IK ?mit
flower*. Intertpem al \\>?- |
VKKPLANCK ai Srwburg, ??'i Runda; the
?jiii? \ti,tii?tn Mini i Yerplsnck, yowngest
il?iii?titer of ih? :?te Philip Verplintrt
11 ui.u?i'i?i. N.-? \Vm?t?.ii KSineral ?n \ ?-. ,
will he held ut Si ?;.ei_. - I- 1: ?'hureh,
(Vi .ft. 111.?on, n ? :<i u'cloek. Iiinr
nieti? ai St. Qeorga'a Ometery.
V RICH 1 Al Hew i-?11. N ' M?r. h 21. ISM,
1 ? ..f Pi? late !?;.
Iiiahler ef tlie late I Jd
1 an?! .lull* 1 ?r?afield. Burial ???._-? at
Si John a I'hurcli, .ew.?f p. on \Vedne_lay,
M ir.-h 27. .m :it rival ?if train lea?ltn M'eitf
. . , in, iiiteriii'iit private.
Tiir. ?non!. .\?> I ?_:-?_. ritT.
?33.1 " Bv ll.iri.i, Train nm by Troll??,
oihee. SS Baal t*A OAU n. X
.?.vi. y CtlirBhl!.. 541-1 TTe?t 2Sd tx?
tamtela. PrKat? tloema. Privat. Ambul-oc.a
Tal I..2I Chel?e_. -
MAIM OPFICB s"- ,:'4 k^*ax*9t ?ireet
rw*TO\V\ oki-'K'K -N**- ,3?-l Bro??J*ar. e*
1 any Y_ierie_n D!a<rkt T?l?_raph Offle?.
a, im TV? nmChi-No! l.-iTE??! 125th ?'^??'t.
H no f63 tVett ?SMb ?tr?et and No. 21t vt**%
ASHIN'OTON BUBEAt:?Waeterr Bul'llag,