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8 mr THE r t > VASffiNHT > nSmNrTbN N rillES VEDXESDAY DECEIBER 17 HJ02 1 0 >
I tf THE HEMUSIC MUSICAL L AND DRAMATIC DRMIATIC WORLDSlI WORLDS
WEI WF INGARTNIt GARTNBR S new symphony symphonyplayed pIIony pIIonyplan
plan > dror for the ant time la Amerla by byth bythe
th the Philharmonic Oretra Jut week WftktlnIr weekumer
tlnIr Walter DA Dnnchs cbs direction Ia Iafin istyen
fin tyen th the following notice I the New NewYork NewTurk
York EnDIDI Post PcNItThIR PostThla
ThIR symphony bekMtp in the maim nalmoe maimof
oe Absolute merle baring DO poetic poetict poetictill
t till 111 to suggest aa amaaee with the thes
II1twol s hoot of prQlPalll music which at atDt pres present
ent Dt Is predominant ODe might suspect suspectfrom aapecttrom
from this Ihl that the composer likes BraJa BraJabMhr Brebme Brebmebetter
better than be does Bedloa sod LIl Usst Usstreel
1 reel I such Is Dot the case be baa frakly fraklyeX
eX rl rssed < ltd his opinions oa this matter matteramt tter tteranl
amt his own works show bow h his leanings leaningsIt Iap IapIt
It 1 truf tru that his second symphony 87JDpbon1con is isconstructed
con constructed 1 rutfd o on clastic lines yet Ita Itafllrlt itaFl
Fl fllrlt left Is romantic and It Its orcheetratlon orcheetratlonIf
If h 111 u1ra t rn modernThematic modem modemThtmatlc
Thematic inrentlon Uoa Is t h his strong strongCyr troac troacHI
HI point but a his orlueaaebtp la SO ID IDlr Inirest
lr irest tinll ing h his cWrI oNorln eo fascinating aDd aDdtrlpd salvaried
varied trlpd that he1da he holds the attention ttentioD except exeeptbn exceptwh
wh bn n partlcurly Ia the last mo moD1t move moveIn
D1t In nt + the symphonlc pMDte fetish tempts temp him himt klatl
t tl spin oct hi his woof to excessive leaatk leaatkrh engtbThe
rh The Drat rst movement I is c anletert bJ bJIITl byan
IITl impollln < virility the ascend bF bFlint gea geaUine
lint buoyancy tM slow Iow movement Ite IteJnR
JnR 1 ns like a Beet Beethornndagio wI with a rich rtchflt richeaI
eaI flt ilfna wblell fa wel1l1MttdDed well sutstned la lie lietilrl thetimed
timed the mot striking part Ia tile ilia iliajstlc mar marjstic
jstlc p passage for the brass choir ed netlr edwHh
r wHh ith a delightful euphony worthy of ofdllb ofFehubert
Fehubert dllb > rt or W Wagner Tile 111ft movetu nt ntI ntis
I is inferior to Ute others aDd was obl oblous1y obviously
ous1y ony only added b caoss a symphony symphonyfor aJ1Dplloa1tor
for nom omf inexplicable r reason la lato supposed supposedto
to bt necessarily la four movements 1DOYeIIMDtai movementsLA
i
1 LA CAROTT CAROTTL a ur1Iet tUde tUdeTillf vnuderille
Tillf produced at the Ii PnIaM bpi bpiPari loyalParts
Parts II It tlMrlhel au flied farcical farcicalComed farcicaleomedy
eomedy Comed of the ieun ieaaon Three uthonl uthonllan ant antIrave bon
lan manufal manufactured t1InJd A sealer eC eoatblaa eombinatlbns eoatblaation
tion and cro crosspxrpun which wblehtoundtd a afounded
founded upon t yearnings Ia of a truant tnlantnlsband truanthusband
husband named RareIy to bate a fe fet9y7r few fewa w
t9y7r a 1 of Dontal merrymaking HI8 HI8trifnd Hiefriend
friend Brlae Brisootte tte adYl advises him to preteD4 preteD4thaf pret pretthat end
that after Ida service u a reservist t he hebas h e I Ihas
bas dilobe disobeyed > JM military regulation and a
= A SEtR SECIE 0 TIDE SOU 1iAbIFIC 1iAbIFICA IPIci IPIciA
A NOVEL OF MUTINY AND MYSTERY MYSTERYBy By W BERT FOSTER
OOPVJUOIIT av PJUJlJ A lWBrr lWBrrl1IU AItJ318iTTHIf
l1IU tIOItY Y WAs AI wx PalIMY JJIEIDUIRK DNCLiII I ISl1fOIIII ESIotlm
Sl1fOIIII OF rpv III8VJOU1I ot16 CIIA1TIIIIS Cui ir Ag
Howard I1MiIr a 11 11tJopted Ardaat Ins hem hemadopted
adopted by r 1111C1ercW el 1 Usdsdtl J JInkt k kll
Inkt ll nekton ft Batas on shipping lIhippiacf mprbiMe W ewe ewefather
f father lh > Edgar lMrM tile tat st Mmd 1 el elJr 1 1hr
Jr IndtttU aDd coddprtW I It tiee 1 111rm
11rm having i d diupp Bred twenty yeses ea eavntal blfcee blfceeimjtetly
imjtetly t etYpected of luhtg tastes a aekaae aekaaecuntaining
cuntaining vntal ing t50U O from the YIIIIIt YIIIIItfrom e eh
from h m San an Frut < too > 0It the ship J Jn Juan Feamn Feamntb
tb s trhich id never beard from gia Two Twoyrire
yrire n I ht r wlrn the b nub uh h enlupd r ri the thepackage
package k II found W ° en the Roryopefs ttp ttprain
c clrnujtht
1
rain i Latimer t of f the fams ftrm = brig N1da ha halrouaht
lrnujtht from Auckland a dealt from Edger EdgerThurn r rIhum
Ihum to reb roimburee burw the arm for tile uoeIIIt uoeIIItt soset1st
1st t 1Ihl1 > whlle under hla care llptua Lati Latila Latimer Latimerba
la + art t a sulor lor who claims to have been beeaahprcktd beenshipareektd
ahprcktd Oft an uncharted blond d tM theh tMk
k uth u t h Parine and to ban be rescued by byII a aSchit
Schit II t man whv myaterioaaly 1IQ tmly appeared with witha
a 8hl hips J luii beat t and with whom be made modethe madehf
the hf TOYIIe v wage to Auckland Aft < tJinl some somel
l + at ad aDd berug 1Ij a cIralt draft tile man rrturaedslot IrlurDed IrlurDedal
al slot t his island islandliaard
liaard dh dh1a wine 1a nn the N Naida b New Zealand Zealandto land
to hunt for Ia b r father Mr U Undaceliff I turns turnsover
over to hi him for as the arirtaaJ 9Seld 9Seldpackage iOO iOOplckajCt
package Tbe fact tha that It contains a bit bin 01 01latft oflater
later date than hi M fatI dhppeavaaee dhppeavaaeeeauwa cllllappea
IIU eauwa Howard to believe 1 his hurts t ad nda ndaliS a aass
ass liS d1It deliberately fttelr > planned hr Mr arcktan arcktanphn
phn h had bent hi hie ull8UCetafal r M love loveThe
Th The IIfIDd mate tl of tb the Naida M LAIi LAIirr ltiner
rr the captain haoo haoottd and highly ds dscr
ttd cr daughter Howard haodks dews a auilor aeailor
uilor Atw11 who II q innbadimild 1Iw to toIrd bar barard
Ird noun bis enmity He aaa ea baud arcJtliM m mathe
the tliM uilor Jewop > 51 the am amfather athe a reeceed bp hill hillfathr
father and tel frt with him He II III iimt
t I iUatrl to o sad that be ham a fellowpade fellowpadeg
C
g r arter llosckton as d the am r rIt he em empect
It pect t Carter mom aboard drunk and JiowIInI JiowIInICHAPaR HewaedCHAPT
CHAPaR CHAPT = R X Ce Ceatfttae CeatfttaeThe tlJHIeL
The Towering Cliff CltifMR CliffM
It PJlPPU mane h his way for forward forward
MR M ward sod ad peered la at the fore forecutle foreeasUe
cutle skylight from tr which Idoll tile tilesllele theslide
slide Mill Mea drawn back backagain ItHkagain
again TIle leap horned dl dourly above aboftthl aboveth
thl th mess mp chat lid the sailors 1101s were weregatbrld weregathered
gathered about boat It drinking < AhU had 1Ia4brolJrbt hadbrought
brought out a pleaU1 srippty pply of liquor liquortrOD liquorfront
trOD 11 him secret ec1et IaWt bWkng pinre paa TIle tnach tnachftou trescheroun
ftou Beovn scoundrel and Meeckto were e afrslng eonersing
frslng earnestly t togethst III end corner cornerThe eoroerIllI
The passenger lip appsseMI Ja so a prr0m danprfrtm
frtm r0m th the mutineers mutineersThe mllt mlltTht
The > ama amascd Pepper was sheet t to 10 10IIrt goeft
IIrt again a aln I when something looming 1Ip 1Ipn upin
in n tb the gloom abed caught t his eye e He Helonktd Helooked
looked apt again shielding bIN his h eyes 1N trotsthe trots flODlthe
the flying spry with his hud IM set t tIin
Iin f corn eome vast object slowly cJeftl cJeftlopd developed
opd It war an eneraNus 0 slit tower towering towerrag
ing rag high above UN NaIdaa tall spar sparHe 1 1He
He dashed back te the group aar aarquarter 1 Uae UaeqUalter tic
quarter qUalterLand quarterLand
Land Land dead ahead eadTbe aheadThe
The cry paralysed W Wptla bssrsrt bssrsrtCaptain lOvon
Captain ptla La Latimer lHr was hlpt ss with withhorror M Mhcrror
horror of It It He drew Syroy toand to JdID JdIDaD4
and they clue tagmber en tM break breakthe of ofthe
the quarter willie U rt brig tore toreher OR ORbel
her fateful sours low aIIo above tM tMbowling t tbowling jN
bowling gae pie w was borne to their theirthe ears earsthf
the roar of the t bcMk rs TM outl outlof tU tUot ins
ot the towering cl cUt stretched away awayeither OD ODpit
pit either hr hand There was JIG break k la Ute UteWall t twall he
Wall WallThorne wallThorne
Thorne elh1a18 to tM wire cable caItIehlcb cableehicb
ehicb hlcb guarded tM ladder to tile quarter quarterfeit qwarterff1t
ff1t a awa numbtsess at W hssrt rt This Wu Wut weethe
the t b end nd theL That awfal ass west westcash 14 14cub
cub them Iu pteoes agairsl Ole theHe reek roeILHf
Hf saw w the two mass tea staling stalingrolemnly tlaldqrlmnly
rlmnly Mlle was OIJ W bees N NF4 be beside
F4 side t the bl hissing instill pra prsyiag with at atthe 11 11the I
the fervor c w Ot1 1II aegro 10 nature utanAnd natureAnd
And the aalJec08tlIoM halt If drank dnntkf a
f nature la tM foreeatJet forocaUethey wCNlld wCNlldgo w wgo cute
go Into eternity unprtpredwaraed unprtpredwaraedTbeyn I ITheyll
Tbeyn drown like rats III a at atWli trap trapwas
was hi his tbcnlirbl tbcnlirblHe thoeebrHe
He etagger Ti l ftwH gtrivlag gtrivlagreach to toreh
reach the tor fo c i 1 0 be brig stench stnIeILru struchFat
ru Fat bl wa was too lets With a Krlndlnl KrlndlnltfAlh grlndtn grlndtncraslt g
tfAlh the Naida was w burled forward upo ulJOn a
dresses up to sham ceadar gendarme who whoCOllIe whocome
COllIe to arrest hi him Unfortunately hi hicoh his hiscousin
cousin Dublet who III his absence haslent has hasInt
lent him his chambers fr his hi frolics froUcareally frolicsha
ha really committed mIDltted the same offense otrenNt offenseatM
atM t two Wo genuine ulae PIMIar gendarme pack Ra Rnv Rnverdy y ynly
erdy nly of to a barrack guardroom rdlOOlII late lateRerdT AlmeRaverdy
RerdT who ho I Is suspicious DOW come comeOb comeson
Ob the scene followed b by the other otberh otherwives
wives h DC the group and Dd efuft fua oC the ft ftftIIkMM fastand
and ftIIkMM kind brings the piece to the t1tDC thegayest
gayest DC deDOHIlteRtL deDOHIlteRtLe denoaemeatslie
lie lietATnRNA e
KA tATnRNA TBRNA 10 long the most prominent woaatopera prominentopen
opera singer 1 la Vienna I is aid to be bela beis
la need and Dd her friends are arranging arraRClDa
a concert for her beneflt t be Is said saidto saleto
to have lost recatly t1 her castle te aDd aDdan sadall
an Its contests lacludl Including Jut h 3r Wa Wagersouvenirs aer aer8OuealrL
souvenirs It would be interesting W WkDo toknow
kDo know through what act of folly the thegreat tit titt
great t singer r ot her fort tartan Shlce Shlceaile Sinesmoreover
moreover she was for about twenty hlealyean twentyyears
years a member oC tIN Viennese V Im IutIl Imperial
perial Il Opera aM II therefore eDtUIetI eDtUIetIto
to a very HAde pension It III not notclear BOtcl
cl clear why a she should need assistance assistanceel taaCle taaCleCOLONKJI
el elCOLONXIt
COLONKJI played at a recent lart lartParIs Paris ParisParts
ParIs COlleen the Cort Coronation March Marchwrites afth afthwrltea
writes b7 SaintSaes at the desire 8r 8rXlq ofXing
Xlq JDdwar4 It is eMbed at atbrlmaDt a abrilliant
brilliant and nd effective effeU eop composition compositionalthough lltUOll lltUOllUboap
although It I 1i little more than tbaaelaboratloa as aselaboration
elaboration oC the t prelude to his h opera operaHenry
Henry YIU wblda which Ia turn is based baMMIOR basedon
I OR an old i agiWl 1IIh melody dJOv8IIId dJOv8IIIdb1 db Jor Jorby seed
b1 the c composer la the library at Back BucIklaPara BackIngham
laPara Palace PalaceTIIJIArRlCAL PalaceTHEATRICAL
e
y
THEATRICAL London is Mc becoming becomingmore IDC IDCIDOr
more IDOr and mm e cosmopolitan eoeaaopoH PoreiK PoreiKartIata Fatalgaartists
artists flock to her gates and 1st aU aUwho a awho
who Mar upon their tllet credential the theatamp t tstamp he
stamp of talent then is a cordial wet welco
co come No better evidence oC the taet taetbe fa fashed ct
shed be tIIIr atered than Ute coutatI coutatItaer constantly constantlyincreasing
taer increasing increasingTheater favor shown to tll the or orTbeater Germs a
ae
Theater In LoacIoa BeIIa Beginning I la th thhumblest e
humblest fashion It hu ha gradually woe WODIta woeits
its way to a definite and sabstanUa b8tanUaI I
position la the number ofdlrable of desirable n ntertalnmeala
tertalnmeala Doubtless it its ant an anmost Dd DdIDOSt d
most direct appeal is to the wp
kit to by staksreom sad t ises r rto q
Bask ssb rasa airke let lettinware
tinware viable to omaetal WI aresiea to toCuWr totarter
tarter AI reasrded by bur r NIle NIle0Irttr sad psis psisabed
abed Carter AI molest to Horsed b the
si 611 die to to1M toblows
blows Tlla sad sadsi d 1M eo eetemy which wllfclnil ataniwg dnq dnqvsbtAh
nil vsbtAh to JOaIII Moisckt thereby
1twaeli jell jrtowp came 11Im to dies kk kk1M a arelates
relates in 1M c He IeanM thrcJqb Je Jeeven J
I by dae even fomented tell tellbr 1
br AtL L Their IINIt s Is t we we55d WfttMr the thebrtIt
brtIt 1 55d a aThe Ink laic aDd 1M thepumps pumps an ann amore
n vemel II n handed sad Howud t to toMIps toand
and helps 8rer thesis him 11I IIIIt a dIaaN dIaaNto skdaceaiestos
aiestos to OarWI Iimekton I ea sues IdIII to toa tomale
male a meertsg remark rk sod JIO below i1dM7p Sydney Sydneye
e p to bar eaI abtssCuts eaIata
Cuts has bees getting I liquor from roa Atwellsad Atw I
sad Howard Ieds hllll cue day almost in a de deJtn derlinens
linens 01 far up throws oat dark hints hintsof hiataet
of teosbie More et stormy weather drives the tbeIa thebdr
bdr Ia the vicinity 01 u island where heft Irrd Irrdbel lfowardbelieves
bel believes be will pt trace of fa his father Herks He HeCaptaiD
rks CaptaiD Latr to Mil north a day or ortwo ortwo
two ill M8ftIa CJl it it Caner attnipU toIt to toIt
It b t ward coming that the britt Ie IeJ isdapuetdy
dapuetdy J aD Jemp to the pIIIIIpL pomp Atwe Atweobjects A AobJects
obJects and ill dnored by IAtt Latimer Howardefl Howard
tel efl tile capUba that t tw n baa been IUPPIrtlltr n
tthhe
Cuttertaxoecktnn taxoecktnn
the crew carter OBdtt wwil wwil1ey wltla liquor
1ey m the foteco stle tle bat ad JaotIaIllc JaotIaIllcCNW noebin
The CNW blab out ita OJ mutiny tiny driviag
the captain sod Howard IIIIdt to aM aMhen forecastle forecastlewhets
whets hen they are d bJ XoacktOll through throughthe
the asset do Ia the bulkhead by sl whichAtwell da daAtwell
Atwell Met atom to the hold and Dd liquor A AYioIftit Aviolent
violent or bite tIM br brig caIIiIIf al the theIOfttOllM thetoretopadrt
IOfttOllM and u lb captain retake ntabI4rin command commanddrlytiit
4rin the madams hewed IwwanLlIIaM HoechSt HoechStwith
with them Jmep sed 9hiaJdt sl alt l1IeT jr jrstar
the thethe = star rho dos r aM begin to pwp out outtJIe outthe
the reef A grist wave broke brok over the t1Ieswept thethorn
thorn and swept tile deck frm frIO sad to torIHt toeg
eg
rIHt Th hoealt our I only hope hopeThorns 1 1TJaor
Thorns TJaor bard aptaia Capta 1Athae cheat cheatMt t tGet
Get ready the cutter cU Mr Snoetsed I Ipwt Ipat
pat a7d Sydney I In year charge cllargeB chargeHs
B Hs dulled Into to tH caW cabin A great lPtwine greatwave
wine tollow followed him as deeded the place placela pine pineIn
la a moment TIM brig remained 1 ap aprlght p p011
rlght 011 the reef C haYl baring becoIDe wedged wedpdIa
Ia her pGllltioo But every wan came In inover
0 over t tins stern t and her breaking kJ up was wasa wasa
a matter U of but a fw Iaounpc a afew
few minute t The forecastle to had Jta4HcOID4t hadbecome
become jammed and Thor Thorns hard the theimprlooa
Iprt imprlooa d oa Mati heating OIl It It He asia asiaed
ed an Iron pin Cro from the mast ud pried priedit
It open Mae erased aallou bunt out outaft outand
and started aft with wild slarleks and andeffuse
c effuse effuseMr
Mr SesiIrr stood at t tM GMt cutter < with witha
a draw drawn rewrr rewrrKeep reflll reflllXeep
Keep aWllJ awayr be aut shouted warningly WDlDgtrTak
Tak Take Ute IfHllgt bag beat Ill sheet to the art artwko Sadman
man wko turns aLt aLtIIto attThorn
IIto Thorn saw tM third mate te r ger Ottt Otttof
of Ute 181 galley laden with prolaaOM To Toualag lo loale
ale was unlashing a water cask c aN
ships 111 Kt Latbaer Latlm r was already crouch erCMMltI
I lag ID tile bottom of tit cutter eutterH
He H straggled to Ute sable and ad pluDg pluDged
ed down Ute stairs Captain Latimer LatimerId
passed Id rein with Ute logbook aDd cash eukHZ
HZ la his JaaacIL He shouted somclhin thlne thlneto g
to TIIorae u 1M wt esp p But the pas paskept pankept
kept o to his own It quarters f fthe l l
the We were to be cat away upo upon a drt drtI dessrIsland t
I Island fibs ship biscuit and JNI salt 1 meal meal1pper t tItPI
ItPI had produced would not Jut JutJoas
Joas Sydney could Ret ubllllltt OD sac auctood
toed It WIle tor b4r welfare I tar hi thought UtHPte
tie e seised a valise aDd tUMbled a wt wtoC lo l lof t
oC his canned 11IO0 protisform hate It it Tllea Tlleahe The Thebs n
he rushed te her oa1aI cabin aDd tr tare 9Peea 9PeeaUte op en
Ute door Jh8lJtklD < wu J a contusion conlaaloIMIt contusionbut
but 1M tonne her work box ne Oar Oartlaat thethat a
that Into Ute vaU valise a aloe a and 10110 followed 1 It ItwtUa t
with several 111 stall artisies tI fr from the thedraw
draw drawer ot base dressing mon T Then he hestarted Iii Iiistarted
started for the desk dMkA deskAs
A As 1M mounted tecI the Hallll a IMt IMtmet wa t
met w and swept him back tats the theBttt th
SoodN cables Bttt he clang cl to tile YII YIIJlae
Jlae and pt upon bl his feel f t again It was waspltth na r
pitch dark outallle As he reached thtJ th e
colony of Germans but appreciation 0 0rUtlc of ofartistic
artistic end endeavor aYor I is not necessarily con CORdltiODed conditioned
dltiODed by a question of nationality aUoaallt1and nationalityand
and there are mar English pla710 playgoers playgoerswho ra rawho
who can enjoy performances In German GerlDafteTn Germaneven
even If their knowledge of the language languagebe
be somewhat limited The actors and andactresses
actresses are selected Iected from many dif different
fereat Ocr German the theaters ten and the Ger German
man 11 orchestra I a excellent excellentVRDrs excellentewe
ewe eweVDRDIS
VRDrs lOUDdaU foundation T The Asylum for forAged
Aged xIc Musicians a In Milan will be open opened opened
ed ebruary Ii 1103 with four WO woman womanand Kn Knad
ad A Ave e meA There I Is room for ItG batnot bat batJllGt
not till UN l oC a decade will the funds fuAdM fundsbe
M ulteient to provide for that number lIumberTIae numberThe
The men la the home win wear elotileaand clothes clothesand
and bata similar to VenUL TIle room roomset roomset
set aside as a museum already eon coatal eontairta
tal tairta many Jt interesting reeUq things Including laeladlngu Includingthe
u several raI Ptuos pianos which Verdi played playedoa
oa at t various periods periodsIt a aTlIII
It ItTIIH
TlIII LlRlCO 1TIntN LNTSRNAZIONAL8 ZJONALE was waareeeU wasrecently
recently reeeU tIM scene of the Ant proclnc proclncUoa production
Uoa 011 aa Italian stage of Massenets Massenetslatest > aet aetJatat
latest opera ra GrIae1da In 41 Milan T Topera The Theopera
opera which was written rlUea aDd produoed produoedSa
Sa fr acts hi founded 0It a famous famouslegend taJD01ItIIead
legend some e eight eenturtss GeDW old oldaHnet X XMsesenet
aHnet > lallllllelf came peclal peciJly from CroIDPa fromParis
Paris Pa to attend the performance and andwag audWUI
wag accorded an eDthualuUc welcome wlcomeTbe welcomeThe
The opera achieved a great success IIU with withI withthe
tM italian public X Maueaet was wasailed
ailed 1 co score of times aDd appearedracy appeared appearedyery
I
racy mach ttdI touched b1 the applause appla be besto bestowed
stowed sto upon him The house wu crowded crowd crowdei
ei the opera splendidly mounted ud udbMII andboth
both orchestra one singers acqutted acgatttedtlaeomtelvee acquttedt
tlaeomtelvee t with great t distinction The TheCOIDpOMr
composer was eDtertablledat entertained ai a batgwt batgwthT t tbJ
bJ 1 l9 Mllstese > 11a artiness IUttAaAXIILIA
AXIILIA AA AArehearsals Ib IbELIA ELIA Bff4H1AA BI HUK < win goon begin betDrelaeta18a
rehearsals for a M new pity TIIIe Tine JlrtakJ JlrtakJXn
Xn Johnson JohDsoaXXII
XXII BLAUV1DLT who haa beeR eagaged ea eappd
ppd for the Covent Harden Opera next DextapnnlJ
spring has Dean Iqtac In the English xIJahCUYII
CUYII festivals sad 011 her concert tour wink
deck once move Ht a soul was in sightlie sight slPt11e
lie staggered red oat upon the slippery slipperyplanks allpperJb
planks b and s cheated hoarsely No voice voicereplied YOiereplied
replied but by his ht side there sadd suddenly suddenlyappeared llJ llJed
appeared ed tn I of a maD Tbome recetd re receI
cetd ceI and threw up his It arM to altleld altleldfroM ehteldtrios
trios hood froM lire blow lie saw was wast wasthwi
thwi t to fan alt Pet t ht weapons descend dNCeftdThent descendd
i d and Thent fill w U tb aewept aeweptdeCk wavesweptdeck
deCk and Ia lay pr grin stunsd aM aMCHAPTER > > M Mtome
tome
CHAPTER XI XIut XICant
Cant ut Away AwayNPt Awayright
right had 1tO now aIt shut do down upon thewindbeaten the t1tewhadbeaten
whadbeaten sea Occasionally splashes p oC oCrala ofrain
rain daur churned the avee to foam or avivid a aIYW
vivid IYW Sack oC IIpta lightning lit up p the awfUl awfUlwhile awfulscene
scene while Ute thunder muttered over Oftrhead overhead
head The 101 typhoon had passed passedabreast
abreast u quickly u It t hIM r risen but itbad It Ithad I
had left ID Its wake a tempest of wi wiaad wind windand
and rain beneath which the stosteSt stosteStlark tout t tbark
bark might tpt stag < The Naida alda ca cabetw caught caughtbetwe
betwe betw n the bug jaws oCt of the reef reel rMIe4 reeled
e4 aDd hook beneath tb every ecy blow Ute Utesea thesea
sea dealt her Iteri herThe
i The T masts had quickly wrenched wreaclMdthe wrenchedthemselves
the themselves tree Their tam falling had IaaJi haddriven
drh driven the t two wo 1 bats with their human bUIDaDIrelbt humanfreight
i
freight from Ute brigs side de ADd when wlleathey whenthey
they were pushed 0 oft < and rowed chleper desperately chlepertely
ately tely for ae unknown coax they len lenthe leftthe
the U800nectOUS form of Howard Tborne Tborne11a Thornelying
11a lying < spa pea Ute deck Every ry wan as It ttrolled
rolled 8011 solemnly up behind broke hiP highabove hiPboe
above boe the quarter and poured its It tons tObSupoa tonsupon I
upon tone to of water lab Ha rd The roar roarIII roarlug
III turbulent stream t a ceefued for Ute UteJDOWIeat themoment
moment Ntw between the 7 yet unbroken belt beltwarn bslwarks
warn swept t eftrrtlllD < movable for forward forward
ward It rolled the t Inanimate body or ofThorne
TbOrne over and over Into to the scuppers IlCUpperaBut scuppersBut I
But It oould DOt break his bold upon the thesaline tlMl
saline 1 lie clu clung to t with a deathgrip death i
grip gripThe rip I
The rough UCb treatmeDt however Iaowearoused howeverarcosed
aroused him at It The blow dealt dealtby dealtby
by hI unknown assailant at bad glanced glancedtrots IlaacedfroID
trots his arID to his bead TIIIerm TIIIermImne The arm armhung
hung all U but belpl helpless bJ Ida side IMIt aft It ItTed itsaved
saved Ted his head lie struggled at Into to a altI altItlal sit sitttag
tlal poet posture between two WIlY waves The TherotIr Therear
rear of the bre breakers en under aHerbow the brigs brigshaw
bow deafened him the confusion oC the theelements tbet
elements t was alt n about l yet with re retumlag rctarning
tumlag cODseloulI consclousaess came OM activity actlnt1DC
DC mind Ind that belong to Ute physically physicallybrave phrstealJrbray
bray brave iliaD iliaDTile manThe
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long under the terrific ter rlsc onslaught DC Ute Utewave thewares
wave wares If be would acre e himself himselfrust he heJIIItUIt
JIIItUIt work ork quickly lie clu clung to the heel heelworks 1 1w1ta
works wblle another Dotbet 8M P Ptllea papal and andthen
then ran ra across the deck to a Ilea IleaRUDI hagrating ry
RUDI Wtb 01 dUlieultJ he loosed It Ittrom 1 1from t
tut
from Ju lashings tad dragged It fro frounder hoan hoanulader ut
under the debris heaped upon It ItHe It ItIle
He first fastened his pnelo vall vallsecurely U UHeyrl N Nab
securely Heyrl to this thl poor raft Then he hetalaed 0b 0btained ab
tained a henry ax from the cook cooks gal gall
l ley and aa Mr from Iro the ships hl chest c1letltII
II His Injured arm pala praised iota hi cruelly wk wkevery Itll Itllevery h
every movement but 1te set t his teeth tHOabed teethseized
seized bed the ax x asd ad attacked the lust bulwarks lustworks
works livery time a sea dropped eve evethe eveI eveItLe r
the stern be was nearly earned off hi hifeet hifeet s
feet He worked like a tiger when Iaen t tdeck tIM tIMctk s
deck was elM elMtleagtb ear
At tleagtb le gth M accomplished h his purpose purpoMA
A wan surging across the deck carrIed carrIedwar card ed
away war a great piece of the apllntered apllnteredrail splints splintstall
rail A breach wu lDIUIe mad Into which be bedratlFOO
dragged hi late raft With a rapid tarn of ofthe o t
the IIn line ice bound himself to the grad gradand rating ratingaDd
aDd awaited the onslaught ot the Bext Bextwa sex sexware t
ware wareIt wa
waIt
It came tumbling over the stets In a aIreal
great turbid hod and rushed Hethlnl HethlnlIIIINI seethln seethlnsad g
sad oamlq forward The gnttag Irati waa waaeet w waught at
IIIINI aught up lice a chi ship upon It boo bottom bottomand m
and with a roar and nd crash bf wan as In the themidst th e
midst of the turmoil ot waters oVlr o rr the thef th e
f
great success ucc a new eA IOn < with orches orchestra orchestra
tra written riHen aDd composed expressly expreulrfor expresslyfor
for her by Un lAhlDllall DC Pen PenGtankA Persian PersianOsrAta
GtankA Came e entttied Utle4 MeIlTS SpI SpIAI Spta Sptaning
AI ning WHet WHetSHAKUPUlUl WheelSIiAKnSPLlitlt
SHAKUPUlUl wtt MSIISe IW d and andCreslea nd ndClWtOll
ClWtOll Clarke la In a danger of de deca1Ne de decayNew
ca1Ne York Sa Sae SaWOON Sus Suse SusW
e +
WOON W = PDON GROSMtTH and his COIa COIaay corpsay
psay ay went eat te their New York theater re iicostly
I IceaUy
costly for Ulelr rer regular matinee and andfound I Ifoud
found Aubrey IJoueteatllt aDd his com comI
paD1 I y busy OD the stage ta rehearsing rebearlnHeidelberg rehearsingHeidelberg <
Heidelberg The Ia latter t r company which whlelabad whichhad
bad tM ue of the theater could Dot be bepersuaded bepersuaded
persuaded that Tknadar was matinee mat1aeeeta matineeday
eta day ann an refused to 0 budge The bllU bllUerlD btitberta
erlD haudleaee HI H suppose can c walt waltsaid waitsaid
said Robert DMJee 01 the Gressmithcompany GrMaJDlth GrMaJDlthcompaaT
company starting atarth for his s dressing room IOOIDbut roombut
but HIU be ready From his dreaal dreaalroom dressing dressingroam
room an instant later came forth ashoat a about
bout HI H ay cried Druce do yon JOutblD yonthin
thin IIlJA gala to dregs with a bloo bloola bloom bloomIn
la doer Theft th these < emerged frolll Ute Uterooaa theroom
room 81M oC t the Great Danes used IA the theatadeat thestudent
student scenes ac of Heidelberg propelledby propelled propelledbJ
bJ the toe oC Druc Drtnces Itogiise 1 boot rite riteSbtlberta TheShuberts
Sbtlberta w were called Ia In and the Aaterl Aaterlcaa rI rIcaa
caa COM company RY M moved 841 up to the CasinoHut Casino CuiDeBut
But tile canals rOM heeD mla minutes late
e e enDOUARD lateI I
DOUARD DE RJSZKJI who I Is with wttkUtI withus
J
UtI again ba has set at t rest the reports that I I1dII
hit brother Jean 41 Beake I Is never nevercoming
I
coming back to America It aU goes well wellthe wellthe
the latter will sing IDC here next winter At AtpreHnt Atpresent
present 1M I appearing at t the GraDd GraDdOpen GraadOpen
Open Pan Paris Where the t compensation compensationis I II
I is less I tIM they OM onehalf alt what be get II In tbl tblCCMIIItry this thiscountry
CCMIIItry H8 bas a handsome home In InPari inParis
Paris Pari aDd a private theater t therein thereinwhere retn retnwher
wher where every BOW aDd then he entertains eDtertalnsJ entertainshis
his J friends t with performances of favorite fvorlteaela favoritesets
sets trout favorite operas He baa taken tklna
a great t fancy to the Pole ole of Canto theclown the thecowa
cowa clown In LeoDcaYalloa Pagllacct Pa llaccl and andmade nd ndJaMe
made It i condition of hi hie engagement atc atcthe t tthe
the Paris ParI Open that ud this opera be per JMrformed performed
formed III order that he might Ibt KIIIttty ids itsdesire
I
dealr desire oC appearing ppearl In It
1
reeC tee The aN Dolled NU 11 lilts a taaldrott be beneath
Deatl1 the 1N1 brigs bows m w htst t Thorns wu wucarried wascarried
carried safely el1 beJoi1d tins t reeD Drinal Driven Drivenonward
onward bF the moaaeat momentum of the waye1 wart wartthe
the raft eared reel tJ floe towering cU cUThor cliffs cliffsThorne <
Thor Thorne ralaecl himself epos bl hla kuee kueewreDClted knees kneeswrenched
wrenched the oar tree and tried to pad paddle
dle with Jt bat ifs I lmplenrnt t war tom tomr1Olll tornfrom
from Ids weakened e ltlUld grasgti pal be coats coatsDaly coaWItl
Daly = tag > N Itl kit fce face f th e eliag l t to t1 t1Had the theto
to rattft rattftHd
Had Ute boats bearing Ids IdsI comgmnluar comgmnluara
I a dlatreea reached tile land T He aw awIIPt awne
ne fight upon POD t the shore H Hs could ms mstlnpteb dlstirgttlsh
tlnpteb a narrow It line eC shingle Ie o owkleh oa oawhich
which the billows broke with sullen Ilea Ileabat rear rearbut
bat oal only when tile tiC1 ItpUII lightning lltuRlltMtecl lltu Iltnminated
RlltMtecl M noses GMt could 1M see object objectcbrrly ob obBe
cbrrly cbrrlylie
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cove The Thebore chore lay ay Iupea his eCtthe leftthefrowning eCtthefrowulq
frowning ellff HeIIIIed Wnrerlac all allrCMIDd allaround
around rCMIDd him He struggled madly 1 tobomb to tobeHk
bomb the gratin lie pea slid oa Into latotlte Intothe
the JIM and strove t touch heUoen bat batthe
the water ter en toe deep deepThe deepThe
The current had grasped his tail support sup supporl
port 11 though with a giant Land d and aadWM andwas
WM hurling it upon Ute shin He Heroupt Hefought
fought desperately to push tile grating to toIaad tolaud
laud But Jt ws a prndWs prndWsThea ItI ItIThea
Thea be let ge It his boW and struck out outtor outtor
tor the or share alone Ones lie toiecbeibottom to1aebed to1aebedbottOlll
bottOlll but A rectllllq mare 118 snatched snatchedhim aoatcJHdWID
him away again T The sea played with withhim
him u a cat might with her prey pre U UWH Ile Ilewas
WH tuned like a bit of 1aKu AetsnM om wan wanto waveto
to WAve WAveBudftonlT waveSuddenly
Suddenly u JKo was again swept aweptward shore shoreward
ward be saw a wind driver Ague stand standgr 41 41I
I gr ac the water waters edge n He sIaouW shet l and andthrew Dd Ddt
t threw up his bard Theee was an aa aameerlag a anerl1f
nerl1f cry and as be came nearer 1 theAgure the theruabed
Agure rushed In and caught him by thearm the thear
ar arm The ware e broke and rail tar ar up tH tHbeach thebeach
beach leaving them sprawling In the theboiling
boiling surf TiIIorae struggled to his hisfeet blaC
feet C He aetssd his companion b1 the thehand Uaehand
hand 1 vivid Sash of Itnt lightning lit up upUN upthe
UN scene It was S7 Sydney DeJ Lattr1 Lattr1Qulek LatimerQuick
Quick ah she gasped Quick helor helorw beforwe e
w we are swejtt we 1t beck again againBut 1 1But
But even eYe at ales spoke another blUow blUowbroke biilo biilobroke w
broke round theM Tille They went dew 1Iewbefore dewbefore a
before It Once MOre they struggled rp rpstill p pRill
Rill clinging to neb oUller others hands Th The Thethe D Dthe n
the fearful undertow caught them In Ita Itaembrace 1 1embrace ta
embrace ud titer wel were dragged out outalld ou ouand t
and aw away overwhelmed IIIDOted IIIDOteddroaed smothereddrowsed
drowsed In the boUI boiling surf IJUrfTboraes surfThorns
Thorns heart throbbed convulsively OODYidahelrlU
lU 0 one thought was that she had sac c crtacecI
reseed her me for him kl Ho seined IMet her heraround b baround
around tINt b d1 and Dd fought leis way to tothe t tthe o
the surface Thar T J wore flu out from fromt fro m
the t rhore bore aDd DOt eve ever h his ran was t treach n nreaeh
reach BOW BOWs
s She baa killed herself for ID me He Hecned H Hcried
cried the words word aloud and struck on onIlk out outJUre t
JUre Ilk a madman for thus t shore or orOotI
OotI feel a current L Let < It carry carrylte care careas y
as she lte murmured BtllfJltllredSlae murmuredShe
She knew more about bout Ute sea than thanhe tha a
he lie obeyed still bearing hot cep p with withhla wit witfir
fir uninjured sear The foaetreaked foaetreakedtn foamstreakoaten ed
oaten tn swept wept tlMm them Oft late tM cut but butThorne bas t
Thorne noticed that the waves no onpr onprbroke ba gee
broke around them The pouadl pounding 1 1the f
the IIIIrf war all behind behlJMISudclealr behindSuddenly
Suddenly all edd eddy swung them toward town townth
UHt th e clllC Oft the right He struck with witheruel wit witcruel h
cruel force against a rock rockILI
Ir1LL ILI BE CONTINUED roJlOKItOW AND At D
EEItY > N561 EkK 1 DA DAY lnJL LN1 L1L OOYILKTItD OOYILKTItDOn
On Natures Plan PlanColda PlanColds
Colds are quIckly cured by Camber
Jaill lains Cough Hemedy It lieU on Da Dalure nslitres
lure litres plan 1001I098 the cough relle rellethe reliev
the lunp and opens 0a8 the secretions ef effectlq
fectlq a permanent cure It counter counteracts eounteracu
acts say DJ tendency of o a laid to res1llt resnl t
18 p psenmoala uDJoala It is pleasant to take takeboth to
both adults dult and children like It Price Prfc
25 ° 6t largO size Oc For 8al sale bi Hfnry Hnr y
Evans wholesale and all druggists
YATGHMEN ON GUARD TO TOSTAY
STAY SMAlLPOX SPREAD SPREADDre88
Dread Disease Breaks Out in Penn Pennylrania yI yITaRia
TaRia Towns TownsDLOOlSBURG TownsHLOOMSBURG
DLOOlSBURG I Pa Dec 1781111 1781111pox 176 ma11 ma11pox
pox Is epidemic at t Cameron four fMllreoutll miles milessouth
south of DauYlIIe DeneI le The entire family eC eCPOIItmuter atPostmaster
Postmaster Healnpr hall the tJtewblck disease diseasewhich
which has spread among u farmers fanMraJCTery farmerslivery
livery house containing a smallpox U patient pa patJeat
tJeat Is guarded bJ watchmen watchmenThe watehmeRsmallpox
The smallpox baa broil broken out IR Daa DeadUe DaaYllie
dUe AD ft btyearold cIa daughter et ofDaniel etDaall
Daniel LJQIIII Ia the victim The child childtogether
to with other of the family at attended
tended the parochial school where vaect vnaatanation
nation was not mad made obligatory aDd and 1 1Uaoaall although
though the school la DOW closed It Is isfeared
feared other children eId may 1 have HDtraot eaatracted
811 tile disease diseaseE
E H SOTJlUN SDT > IZRN AS HAMLET HAMLETThe
be bOx oItae oC the National TMa Theater Theateropens r ropeae
opens tomorrow morning at t 8 5119 to corn COIDJMaCIe cornmane
mane the sale of seats for Z H Soth Sothcrts
crts engagement elDetlt next week A long longline 10 g
line DC ticket bearers is expected as the theadvance
advance inquiry has bees y very ry great greatMr
Xr Sethern Setherna appearance as Hamlet Hamletawl
awl Jlraaco Francois VIlIOD is meeting with withthe
Ute Ieral approbation of theatergoers erS
as It gives them an opportunity In the theeoune thetours
tours of one week to SEe him In the two twoIDGet tw twmost o
most important porlaDt roles he hu ever pre preseated
seated Sotherns Sotberu scenic environmen environmenare nrols nrolsare Es
are the most elaborate be baa eyer eyerbNwsbt eve evebrought r
brought to tki this city He travels trae Irom fro froPittsburg m
ttlllllurx P here bJ a special train tan eoDtaIIdac tantutting
taIIdac eight Iat can ave of which are areW ar ardevoted e
devoted W eaclUtllnlJ to Ute scale effec effecetc secta sectatc ta eta
etc tc for bl hla productloaa of Hamlet Hamletand
and II if 1 Were XI Xing XingML
JfR RHS TO LECTURE LBCTURETbe
rile Tbe Battle with the Slum has basselected beetI beetIselected
selected bJ Mr Jacob A A R1is AI who is iscture to
Met le cture ctureMasonic In the Y hl C A Star Course at atXMonIc
Masonic Temple toIIorro evening Mr Mrheir 1 1nIII
nIII I Illustrates lei aceauat o DC Ute gra grachanges pt ptcbaDcea t
changes la UN ti tftuMrat tftuMratYork dta611ahuof dta611ahuofYork hlNa r
York during tile past tea yeun with piIIe piIIetopapM pbetegraph
topapM tall taken by WK III his eItr eItrot apse apseof ty
ot pollee reporter reporterA
A few u Act Ute lecture INplaeed have haveplaced boon
placed en ale at 8lattk Bnatths Ticket Agency AgencyI
111 I Jj 1WlsHROCXXYILLE ut
1 ROCXYILE NOTES NOTESROCJCVILL NOTESROCXYILI2
ROCJCVILL XcI Dec 17 liWllliam liWllliamT WIiiM WIiiMT ts
T Wheeler who was recently app4tlatEMI app4tlatEMIJudp nppstnt nppstntjudge N
judge oC the orp orphans court for forcenaty tII tIIceut
cenaty ceut and wise succeed the late lateCbatln JIIIII8e JIIIII8eOlaartw
Olaartw JL R Murphy took the eatie eatieofice tk et
ofice 0 yesterday Thaw Dawson clerk clerkof c c cof k
of t the circuit court swore la the nowt nowtappointed 1 1appointed T
appointed Jad judge Judge Samuel P l Waten Wa Waten
ten who was designated by aoMraor aoMraorBlD1th Oover OoverSmith
Smith u a chief judge also took the t e oath oathof at atof stet
of cMllee Both J assumed assumedof e1tarp e1tarpot
ot their duties today tMa1l1tretlt todayForest
Forest Carroll a negro epO 0 of th this thishas place plaeehaa
has been committed to jail upon charge chargeof cbatlea cbatleaof a
of perjury Carroll was placed uad nude nudearrest r rarrest
arrest at the instance 01 State States At AttOrDe A Atorney t
torney tOrDe Talbott TIlle negro wore out oatwarrant a awarraat
warrant OD Stvda1 night charging char Ca Bert BertI He HeHowsrd rt
Howanl another aerO with vlolatlD vlolatlDthe violatl violatlthe rag
I the local option law When the thei t caN
i came cep p tor trial Carroll wore that thathad IIIe IIIebad
bad not purchased lUll tntoxiaata tntoxiaatathe tox toxthe Ats
the aecued and that he was drunk wlten wltenhe whe whehe n
he swore WON oat the warrant agal agalHoward aplt apltBolArd at
Howard BolArdor HowardOf
or late there bas ha been much uch talk talkbout tal talabout k
about bout the extension ot the t electric road roadme roc rocline d
line me through this town WIlli William H Hnear La Lant
nt near who lives In the extreme westera westeraend weste westeend ra
end baa ca catzled before the to town coua couaell ceu n
ell a long petition asking for action on ontI o othe n
tI the pan oC o the town autborltl antbewities looklq looklqto looks
to toward the extension at the road UII UIIdoubte U A
doubte doubtadly ll a majority eC U the thefavor etUaeaa
favor such uch extension bat as yetcouncil yet Ute UteeouaeU
I council baa been unable to eo to tote
terms te with the road At tile Jut IDee
II I eg 0 the council Ute mallet tter earns earnsfor tI1I tI1If °
for f w dIectau discussion bat no 4eIatte aetlo aetlowac act 10 xi xiwas
was lak laklter taken takenWalter
Walter lter Cecil DC Huatew thl thleeuaty th thcounty is
county aDd 1 Miss Burdette tiotte of Clk Clkt Cir Cirtihrg 1s
t tihrg hate Ie obtained from tM clerk clerkcourt lcourt
court a marriage license ny will be bentlUrted beat
married today bJ the Re Rer C L L Tat Toat at t tthe
the parsonage DC the K B Cbureh XortClarkcbarg Nort NortC1k8burc k
C1k8burc this th county cout1A
A marriage license was issued to For Fortue Fo Fotame
tame C Terrell or La Graap Ga aad aadAlee
Alee Ire Irene Jolmaton oC Washington WatlalaItOftPRAYltR
PRAYER BRINGS MONEY MONEYPIfntBURG MONEYPIT1
PIfntBURG PIT1 BURG Pa Dec liA year < 0 0I
I Rev T C R Prlqeon a former Presbyte Presbyterl 1cesbytvisa
visa rl minister later founded the DOndenoml DOndenomlctlonal I
rational WlIe Arcane Church and a n nILouaced
ILouaced that no coilrctlons eoll Uol1ll or preen preHnta preHntaV10uld to
would be taken beUevl1lJf sniAcie umclent umclenttuDela rat
faun would be provided through prayer prayerYestftday praysYesterday
Yesterday the preacher announced that thattlae t tfibs hat
fibs ehreb had reeehed a donation oC
1000 from an aDO aaonyroous Jmou friend flendA friendA
112000
A COLUMBUS DAY FAVORED FAVOREDlr
lr Mart Martin of South Dakota baa la latrod f ftraduced a
trod traduced a bill in the House making makingtober Oc October
tober 11 the anniversary oC Ute d dcovery 18 18e9eIY
e9eIY ot America a legal holiday to toknown be bektlo
ktlo known as Columbus Day DayLOCAL DayLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION tIENTIONImportaDt
Important to Men MenI AlenInepeet
Inepeet our sae Ita tan tailormade fmad overrate eltg licht ht
I I Ir aced Very ny beat at Irict pnnK to please peopl poop le
cith it Jimitl means The reliable Justh Old U lei
I bland land 611 D
1
PLEASED WITH PASSAGE PASSAGEOF PASSAGEOF
OF THE TERMINAL BILLDistrict BILL BILLDistrict
District Commissioners Favored the Massachusetts JIassachusettsA MassachusettsAvenue
A Avenue venue SiteFuture of Northeast Bright
T The e District Commissioners are welt weltpi
pleased pi over the pangs DC tM railroad ratlrosdterminal i itezomlaal
terminal bill by the House oC Repreeen Repreeenta Repr i
t ta < titss Commissioner wt echoed M tile tileITertlal
univeral ITertlal sentiment ut at the District DletrletBvlldllll DistrictHanding
Bvlldllll bJ bysayisg he WM glad tM mat matter atIItter
ter was settled ttled aDd takes from u ureal the therealm
realm real 0 of uncertainty He said Id that Ute Utemore
more M bad studied tile question the tlteJaOre
more be was COII11acecl that the new Bewtermll
terminal world be a good thing for the tlteratIroIM therailroads
railroads fOr Washington aDd for tH tHNortkeut theNerthast
Nortkeut section of the city as well well1St IL ILMr
Mr West said that with the building ItiItildlacor
or the union tatloa Matsonthe Ute time over the thoPuylnla thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania ltalirasd lrHd between Waak WaakIDltoD Waahingtoa
IDltoD aDd points North world be beoed lee leesened
sened oed With tM street ImproY Improvements Improvementswhich lMIIta lMIItawltlda
which would attend the erection or q qMARYLAND the theMARYLAND
MARYLAND STATUES STATUESGIVEN STATUESGIVE
GIVEN GIVE TO CONGRESS CONGRESSGovernor CONGRESSGovernor
Governor Smith Turns Over Gift in inLetter inLetter
Letter LetterI LetterBALTIMORH
BALTIMORB Dec 17OoT John JohnWalter Jolta JoltaWalter
I
Walter Smith WH at h his city cMke odiee for foreveral
several hours yesterday and Dd mailed lied tile tiletolloAlag thefollowing
following letter addressed t ii Ute Con CoItI
I j greM oC the United Stat Statna rep regarding the tltei
j i presentation oC the Maryland statues statuesthe t tthe
the Government GoverameatTo
To the Senate SMa t and House oC Represen Representatlvea X
I tatlTes of t the United Stattes Stan Wh WhIngOOn
IngOOn D C CGnt1emea C CGentlemen
Gentlemen I haft the bony to laor laorOU inform informyon
yon OU that In acceptance oC the invitation iDntaUODontained invitationobtained
obtained In section 1114 oC Ute Revised Revisedtatutea RniMdtatutea
tatutea oC the United Stat States the Geacral oa oaral
cral ral Assembly of Maryland br chapter chapterIl
11 oC the acts eta of 110 1502 made u appro approprIation approrlation
prIation rlation to procure statues oC Charles Charlesatroll Charlecarroll
carroll atroll oC Carl9Utoa ODe of the signers signersof Ip Ipot
ot the Declaration oC Independence ence and andJohn ad adJohn
John Hanson Ha Ga president of the CoataeD CoataeDtal Continental
tal Congress of fill and 1182 to be pins placfd pinsed
fd in Statuary nl 18 the Capitol at atWubingtoD atWashington
Washington D C CBy CBy
By uthorlty of the act of the Oe Oenorat OenoratAssembly ral ralAemb
Aemb Assembly oC Maryland 1II1aIId the governor ap appointed p ppointed
pointed John Lee Carroll Dou Douglas I JL JLTbomas
Thomas Tho Thomas J SlalJOCk Fabian FabianFranklin JIUIaDJIrIIakJIII
JIrIIakJIII and JUebant Rich rd K It C Cress to COD CODaUtat
aUtat a commission to procure and d dhan
han the statues erected
I am Informed by the colo colothat commissioners commissionersthat
that the statue were made de b by Rie Richard RichardE ard ardK
K Brook oC Baton that they tbe are areeomplted
completed and have been placed in po pesitlon position
sition a are DO raw reedy to be presented preMDtodto
to Coagr CoagrA1I Congress CongressAS
A1I governors of the State oC Maryland Marylandtherefore arylaDd arylaDdthereCore
therefore 1 hare ba e the booor to preeeat to totJae
tJae th thstatues e Government oC the United States the thesttu
sttu statues oC the dIUqu1a1aed statesmen IftatesmeJuun
Juun named Yerr 1 cry respectfully rapecttuJl7JOHN
JOHN WALTER W ALTKR SMITH SMITHGovernor SKITHGo1WDOl
Governor of Maryland MarTJaadWU
WU p w dept t to Senator Louis Loriseseatatlw
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delegation III eo Congress January JI > a baaMea baa
Mea selected Ieeted as tM dA day w when ap speeches speecheswill I Iwin
win be delivered upon tile abject In I the
Senate ADd Noose It is probable that an anthe cepthe II
the Maryland Congressmen COacr will soak soakThere peak peakTlaere
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MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUEI ISSUE ISSUEr ISSUEWilliam > n r I IWill
Will William D Thomas and Laura Bailer BailerCarroll tier tierCarroll
Carroll G Sellapr and In Irenn May MayYhartoa
Wharton bock of Front ront Ro Va VaTheodore
Theodore Kidwn aM Faa Fannie Treat Tratboth Treatboth
both oC Richmond Va VaAlbert VaAlbert
Albert Smith and Heeter Doaal olt oltJlldwanl
Jlldwanl A Ora1 seed Mary C C la Langley ler lerb9t1l
both of Richmond Yes V VJon
Jon H Richardson sad A Agates Win Wbalehl WinSaid
Said lehlGeorge i
George W B v VoUkar Q City Va VaLetlUa Vaand i
and LetlUa B S S Hester Diarist eC Co ColubIa Colombla I
lubIa lubIaC lomblaCharles I
C Charles n Douglass and Xrma G GJackaoa
Jackson Jackaoaworth Ellsworth worth BIae Blecktv1 eUaad awl tAra Willis WUUaRdlrd
Rdlrd B Laadla Chicago m ard ardGrace u uGrace d do i
Grace Vlctoru lc Mcl bnon District o 01 01Colbla
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11111 William Burrow iliad Rhoda A A Bitt BittChMter Itltttha
Chester A Boyd sad diary s JaaaetI JaaaetIBeIIII1
BeIIII1 Guy Brain aDd Adelaide Horn Har Hareat
eat eatHo Ho Howard ar P Prescott tt Galle Oatley District ef efColambta f I
Columbia and ad lalaelle Hermann Rose Jto8eburg i
burg Ore OreWilliam I
William T Rom Rollta BeqMr 1IId and andCarrie andCarrie
Carrie L Bleldlsoa District of eo eoPatrick CoPatrick latrbla I
Patrick T Boy Boylan and Alice A Foley JIoIerboth
both of WoocJbura D C CFreeman
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Freeman W Sharp seed nd Margaret B BAI HAllen
AI Allen AllenGeorge
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George W Morris sad Llda B Holildp HolildpWIllIm
WIllIm B Ray and Lora Baker BakerLou
Lou Lonna A Delow Jamestown N Y Yd
and d Lena C BMlbont District 0 o Co Columbia Coumbra
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James A K Morgue ad Alary brr li B Boo BouJIUUI
mesa both oC o Prince WlIlla eGUatJ V VPreatoD Va VaPreston I
Preston D Caraeal sad ad Addle J Ball BallCharlft
Charles B L Oti Otis and nd AnDie B Saerey I
WUU William A Young Stafford eouat1
V Ya and Ida L Covlqtoa District 0 0Columbia t
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Hanson PhilliPs and Willie Ime HowardJoseph Howard HowardJ
Joseph J ph Beach sad nd Krnestine Doyle Dul DulSHIPWRECKED i
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MiILADBIPHL Dec 11captaln 11captalnRlcll 1D
Rich and crew or the sahooter booner W S SJonlan
Jordan which xas wrecked at RolI1 RolI1Beach Holl
Beach last Satrday while on the way wayfrom tea teafrom 1
from Norfolk orfolk to BptCD reached thi thicity 1a a
city yesterday They will leave today todayI toda todator y
for Boston as paHen passenger rll on the slam slamship
ship blp Grecian
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b eyond the WI toward Ute tie east eastCot seatCol
Cot Jolla BIddie the Basins Com Com11oDer Commfssionerls
mfssionerls 11oDer J equally 117 well pleased at the thoaetJoa theaction
action of the HMIIH Tile election ot ofhe otthe
the t he Alassbhusats usetta A Avenue lilt site the pro provIaion prosion
vIaion vi sion for u extended pla piss and the theanag theaving
anag s to Ute District 01 It1NM10 In the tbeHoue theHoa1e
Houe bill are sit ii ill tine with the rec recOM recommetdattslr
OM ommetdattslr odittlly Made by CoI Coloast
oast 1 Bidets BIddIeComlolter BidetsCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland aefar Is GUt of the tbeelty thecity
city a JIG expr expreeloa et t isle views on onOle onthe
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knows that be was w la tarot 101 of Ute Slassackuetts Mas MasacJn
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LORENZ PATIENT IN INA INA
A SERIOUSCONOITION SERIOUSCONOITIONPhiladelphia SERIOU CONDITION CONDITIONPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Physicians Attribute Her HerCndition HerCondition
Condition to Too MuchEther Much MuchEther
Ether EtherPWLADBLPIIA EtherPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Dec 17 17Flverear 17FlverearKarioo Sieveyear Sieveyearakl
akl clarion rlea Ores oa whom Prof Lor Lorenz Lorenzperated nz nzopwatecl
opwatecl o Jut Jlndar Frid y b last COJ1vul COJ1vulaao eonvultId011
tId011 aao sad is n a daDK dangerous < OIMl coodlUoD coodlUoDT1te coeditonThe
The Jefferson Hospital physicians are araDOt aretot
DOt owe that the child caD survive IlUrTtYeThe surviveTM
The operation w was performed before asmall a au
u company of InTlled surgeons The Tbetldld Thechild
child was UMeted with congenital dl dlIocaUoa die dieocation
IocaUoa l tf both htps hip Besides ustala anatalaitdg ustalaIIIK
IIIK the shock of a double operation shewas she sheetlaerbed
was etlaerbed twice Her MfioU con condition condition
dition the phyalclaD attribute to the theeit1Mt theeither
either rawer than to the redaction of ofthe ofthe
the dislocations Yesterday afternoon afternoontllere afternoonthere
there Was a change for take better and andshe andshe
she may recover recoverLittle recoverLittle
Little Xarton was among t thg ae pa patleata paifeeet
ifeeet tleata chasers to be operated upon at the tbeT1aundaJ theTbarrday
T1aundaJ clinic din Ie bat after lter fMrDad been beentreted Veentreated
treated Dr Lore was w fX exhausted ed Ma Marloa Aiarioa
rloa wan sneer ether for tblrt7ITe min minutea airsales
ales on tt day dayThe dayThe
The childs cldld parents were nearly heart heartbroken lIeartbroil
broil broken when Dr Lorenz passed her bysad by byaJIId
sad lie w was so touched that he heperform agreed < t o operform
perform the operation the fonowhag dayThe day dayThe
The other patients were taken before befoJfthe beforefire
the sonot Ior cia of JdeIMa 3led1eal 3led1ealColi MedtralCollege
Coli College yesterday to demonstrate the theafter theafter
after treatment treauetVUAT treatmentWHAT
WHAT IT MEANS TO YOUFew yOU yOUFew
Few People Realm the Importance of ofGood ofGood
Good Digestion Until It Is Lost LostXy LostMany
Xy people suffer from dyspepsia 8111 8111do ar I Ido
do Dot know It It They feel mesa out or oreorta ofsorts
sorts peevish do DOt sleep well do nt nthaTe n t thaw
haTe a good keen appetite de1tlot de aot ha hatbe j je
tbe th e eor Jacllaatloll aDd energy for phJ pb sical lea1 lea1or
or geoW geoWwho work they once ha but 1rt the hI hItime >
who time do DOt feel any particular partlcuJapaba particularpats
pats or distress ID the stomach yt ytall
all this b the rc r Jt of poor dl dtaicn dtaicnan tl
an 114110 insidious arm ot Dyspepsia which wbihcaa whichtsars
tsars oily be cured bJ a remedy p eoeclally eoeclallylatesded clally clallylaleaded
laleaded to cure it and nd make tl1 digest dlgestIe digestite
Ie 0C organs act et naturally and properly d1 d1cet digest
cet the food eaten teD Bitten alter dinnee din dinpll
nee pll pills and nerve tonics will nepr nepralp nev ° r rhelp
alp tM trouble they dont reach it itThe It ItThe
The ae new lD cal discovery does do It is iseaJIed istaattd
eaJIed Stuart Stuartl Dyspepsia rab Tablets and isa is isa
a eae Sc for dyspepsia and iaclIKe isdigestioa isdigestioaIt tiOU tiOUIti
Iti It Irea becaaae it thoroughly digflhS digflhSU digessalt
alt U wholesome food taken into the atom atomada stowash
ash whether the stomach is In goodworking good goodwortWa
working order or Dot DotStuart notStuart
Stuart Dyspepsia TabUK by dlgut dlgutI digcntlug
I lug the food Il1IIt Instead of making < the worn wornout worAout
out stomach 8ch do aU the work gives it a aucIa amach
mach ucIa needed rat and d a cur cure DC dyspepsia dYB
pepeIa is the natural resultWhen result
When you are gerfous OWl ruB down an and andsleepless l
sleepless dont make the common mls mistake
take 0 suppo supposing your netvies DeM system systcmaeecIe systemneed
need aeecIe treatment ud fill year atc stcnach stcnachwith nah nahWith
With powerful nerve tonics which make makeyou
you feel good for a little while only to totall
tU back farther than ever
Your nerves an all right but they are areatarftd arestarved
starved tber the wt foodNourish rood roodNourlsb
Nourish t6em tfem with wholello wholesome everyday every
day 7 food and plenty of it well digestedand digested dllflItedaDd
aDd you ou can laugh at nerve tonics and andaaedldal antmedicine
medicine
Bat the nen nerves will not be nourished
from a weak abased stomach but when whenthe
the digestion hu bfoft be made idt > perfect bythe by bytM
tM ue of f this remed remedy all nervous 8ymp
tome disappear disappearWho ppear
Who ever beard of a man or womanbless woman womanwltb
bless d with a vigorous dll9tlon dig stion and andaood andgood
good appetite being troubled with their thlrDeIra theirnerves
nerves nervesGood
DeIraGood
Good digestion means a strong nrnOU8 nrnOU8l17t1telD nertioussystem
system abundance oC ener energy < y and capac eapacIty capacIty
Ity to enjoy DJOJ tile pod things ot life lifeStu f fStuarts
Stu Stuarts a Dyspepsia Tnblts Tabl is will c ctalDly r rtataly
talDly set yu stomach tom b and digestiro digestiroeeans stiva
eeans rlabt they cant help but do H Hbeeauae itbecause
because they DCMIIIsb the body by dlgt dlgtthe digeszlag
lag the food eatea eater and rest the stomach stomachYon
Yon get nourishment a IUd d rest at OYH OYHd o a aand
and d the some tilDe and tblt is all the theout
worn out dyspeptic needs ro 0 h11t1 to Ihl ht htup hj
up ud give new life to every oran or n alJ alJaddtd auias
as added zeet to eYer1 tJle8sure uleasureStusrts
St1lalt Stusrts Dyspepsia Doape T Tablet bltt area are a god golaeDd godsend
send to the army of men and women with wthweak
weak stomachs weak nerves s and just justmerits jU6tly jU6tlylDerItli
merits Ute claim of ltel Deing one of the mot motwortQ mo t
wormy medical dIIICoene of the timE t i me
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