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c^SE / FOKB THE? cjTL/ICjtH'T^©
In "Neptune's Daughter." at the Hippodrome. In "The Man of th© Hour," at the Savoy.
Manager to Produce Actor's Version
of "Les MittrabU*."
Wilton i.arkaye has found in Mr. Brady a
manager who will produce hip version of "Lea
Mlserables"; he used to say he couldn't find a
manager who could even pronounce it! His
version is railed "The Law and the Man." and
will be shown next Wednesday at the Manhat
Henry B- Harris will begin to-morrow after
noon at the Hudson Theatre a series of Brown
ing matinees with th< nrst presentation in this
city of "Colombo's Birthday." the proceeds to be
devoted to the work at the Ladies' Auxiliary of
lhe L,yinp-ln Hospital. The committee in charge
Includes Mmes. Francis McX. Bacon, jr., J. L.
Barclay. A. M. Beard. Led yard Blair. C. D.
Fuernin. W. Pierson Hamilton, Richard Irvin.
Jam.-s W. Mark,'. Barclay Parsons. B. M. Pot
ter, Louis Loe Stanton. Charles Bteele and Miss
Rhett. The cast lias been arranged follows:
Olombe of lUvestcln umc« Elliston
jiji^jt,^ Jennie Eustace
>601].h Edwin Brandt
«31]tx-rt S»:«Th*n \\ r'.tht
Viii«nc«> . Orrln Johnson
rrlnoft ht-rUiijJd Campbell Oollan
Mplrholr Jowph Ad< lnian
CauoeHne » Wilfred Lucas
MautTray E. W. Morrison
Clu»m< t Thnmas I^iwrencp
'Hf-nry a Waldhoolf
! T'.m ilaptiir*
OBorti< • - • ' Prank Brorni
[Gliea Shine
I>>w Dockstadcr will begin his sixteenth an
nual onpa^ement in this city at the New York
Theatre 10-moiTOW eveninp. surrounded by the
largest company he has ever exploited— an or
ganization of seventy-five singers, lancers and
comedians. Mr. Dockstader's leading comedians
are Neil O'Brien, "Eddie " Leonard, John King,
lames Doyle, John Dove, John Foley, "Willie*'
Foley, "Tommy" Hyde arm John Daly. His
fingers are headed by Manuel Romain, Newton
Pee. Reese V. I»r.isser. "EJddie** llumford. U. B.
Whitney. On. F. Welter. J. P.. Bradley. Wilson
Mill* r and lames Berrodi. The dancing corps
c<msit;tf» of thirty men. There is also an orches
tra of twenty-five pieces and a choir of twelve
The performance opens with the traditional
fim part, which presents he entire <»rganiza
tion. including Mr. Dockstader himself. This is
Etaged In a st-.-ne called "The Palace of Emer
ulds." Durin.ir this part <<f the performance an
entirely n.-w pFosramme of musical numbers will
l>« Introduced by th«» jirincijial singers Mr.
'"'*■"'' will render two songs, "Nobody but
You" and M Good Morning. Ezra." The" first
X>art ends v.lth "Th.- Rosary." - in« by the
Dockstader Double Quartet, led by Gra 9 li.r
The olio consists of several big features Two
of these ore comic sketches, called "The Hot Air
Fubvay" and "lijiiid ... ,-,, to Date.-
These numbers will introduce tho principal
comedians of the company in laughable skits
T 1 ' ,!? ■ ! ot Air PulAVa >'" a meohanlcal set prill
be utilized. "Eddlo" Leonard will present his
Southern Fpectac] <5 , "Dixie Land," assisted by
twenty Fingers and dancers, and Lew Dock-
Ftader will appear In a aO-mlnute monologue"
which he will relate the tribulations of s th
<3d!tor of a country newspaper. During the ore
•nuatlon of this specialty Mr. Docks^dc r
render Ida latest song. "Kve r Since He Hoard
About Father. Uncle's Quit Work Too"
Two plays which haw already enjoyed long
»m» In New York come back to-morrow. Henry
?C,Ji TOln S^"- 1^ Thoatre. and at tho West
£5 X Geo^ UC^ e . M ' rt] ! ' ;:ir I" his oriSna
X^t^G^orge Ad< comedy. "The County
This wCI bo the last week of John Drew's en
iragement at the Emnlro Thp«tr» n
*%£?&£ again.? Theatre Th comes
C>ther •ngagemr.nts near a close are William
OUrtte-s, at the Oarrtck, and Mlrs Wllliams's at
-THe Girt Who Has Everything." by Clyde
SWtch. contSmns to be Miss Robson's vehicle at
the Liberty Theatre. She has a new r,i»v k.
preparation, howm-^r. play ln
Anna HeM wni Introduce a new French song
•to-morrow evening at the Broadway Theatre
, iaa ' UUi hIS bIK com l*™y of fun mak-
IZ^sZ^-lZ^*™ "^ more at the
The last two weeks of "The Shepherd King"
l»egl.n to-morrow at tho Academy of Music.- ~
vetk of 7 °- morrow 'eht begins the last
iS^A T Sta> - at the BIJOU Thea tre !„ "Mrs.
-Rllson-Andrews." the CVwr.. v . Hobart farce.
tlT^a^ £2S" °- — to •*•«• at
Richard Carle has two more weeks to stay at
the New Amsterdam with his "h ri ring Chicken."
IS^S^? *° to Chlca *° BhorUy to * «
On Friday afterooon The American AccxJemy
of Dmtnatic Arts will uroduoe for the first time
in this country "Miss Urquhart's Cholc* " a
j)lay in thre^ acts. J.y Joy,,, Darren a one-act
comedy :»- Frank E. Powers, entitled "Her Big
Mrs. Fi '- k and her mull— company con
tinue to crowd the Lyri- Theatre.
James T. Powers in "The Blue Moon" is
nearing the . Ml at sis run at th- Casino.
Oirlotta MlD** in - TJ ,. 3of Tv . mains the
attraction at the Madison Square Theatre.
Tuesday. W. ,j. -...,., :uy and Saturday matinees
are announced for Christmas week at the
Knickerbocker, when Charles Dlllinchom's
S5? 1 "? 0 ! 1 »«i^. c b^ 810s «>ni-I^rbort success
"The JUvl Mill." with Montgomery and Stone
continues to break all musical comedy sttend
ance records. Seat* for Hew Year* matinees
*f Tuesday and Saturdayjtre also now on Bate!
-The Great Divide" at the Princes*, deaplu
the counter-attractions of Christmas shopping, is
still drawing "capacity" audiences.
Alia Nazimova's plxth week of matinees of
"Hedda Gabler" at the Princess Theatre begins
to-morrow and finds the beautiful Russian ac
tress still attracting audiences of goodly size.
At Wallack's Sam Bernard is enjoying great
"The Hypocrites." at the Hudson, continues.
The latest Belasco play, "The Rose of the
Rancho." is not different from Its predecessors
at the Belasco Theatre In one important respect
— it Is a great popular success.
"The Man of the Hour." at the Savoy Theatre,
George Broadhurst's new play of political life.
seems to have found the popular favor it de
iHUy's Theatre ai present contains "Tin- Belle
of Mayfair" and large audiences. This typical
English musical comedy quite fits in with the
Daly tradition and hardly needs the practical
pun which hangs over the entrance to attract
Special Christmas and New Year's matinees
will be given of "The Lion and th> Mouse,"
which will reach its 4.".7 th performance at the
Lyceum Theatre to-morrow night.
Charles Klein's latest play, "The Daughters of
Men." will begin its second month to-morrow
night at the Astor Theatre. Special matinees
■rill I . given <»n Christmas and New Year's .lavs.
'Say. it looks ;:s though 1 wf,i;!,i hold down
mi Job for months »o come." remarked Patricia
O'Brien as sh<- sized up the audiences that con
tmue to find time and monej to see Kos. .-
In James Forbes'e comedy, "The Chorus Lad)
at the Hackett Theatre, Special matinees will
be given on Cfcrl3tmas and New rear's days.
Miss Beatrice Morgan, of the st.nk company
at Keith & Proctor's 125 th Street Theatre, who
has been out of th»- cast for the last two months
through seven- illness, will return t,> th.- com
pany ih«- week of December 31. She will make
her reappearance as Dorothy Vernon in "D —
thy Vernon of Haddon Hall."
At Hammerstein's Victoria Theatre of Varie
is week occurs the reappearance on Broad
way of the comedienne, Miss Elfle Fay. In her
new repertory of songs. First time at this th<
.itr.- this season of B. <:. Knowles, the English
comedian; Genaro ami Bailey, in n one act corn
ed] skit; Frank Bush, monologlst; the I
Nlght6ne. athletic marvels; the Twelve Ns ijo
<iir!s' Brass Band: Gra< Le Emmett and con
In s one act play entity d "Mrs. Murphy's S- ond
Husband**; Frozinl. accordion marvel; Kroi
Brothers, comedy acrobats, and new vltagrapb
views complete tho bl
The management of ih' Eden Museo Is making
preparations for special attractions for the holi
day season. New figures are added t<. the
groups, and a complete change of cinematograph
pictures will be shown on the mammoth screen
Victor Andre's London company of entertainers
and Karl Kapozny's Royal Blue Hungarian or
'hestra and the World in Wax are among the
Other feature?.
Rlro and hiß Royal Imperial Court Tzi^ano
Orchestra give nightly concerts at the Harlem
Casino, liMth street and Seventh avenuo.
"Neptune's Daughter," the new water specta
cle at the Hippodrome, in which King Neptune
and twenty-five people disappear beneath the
water in the great Hippodrome tank, continues
to bo the talk of the town. The new circus acts
are also thrilling features. The opening produc
tion. "Pioneer Days." in which a number of
Sioux Indians are seen performing their ghost
danoe. Is a vivid picture of llf<- In the West dur
ing the early days.
At the Colonial Theatre this week an attrac
tion will be Benjamin Chapln, late star of "Lin
coln." Chapln will offer his impersonation of
Abraham Lincoln, In a one-act play, entitled
"At the White House." Thomas Q. Seabrooko
•will be another prominent feature in a selection
of songs. Harry B. LJnton and Anita Lawrence
will present their comedy sketch, "An Auto
Elopement." Alcide Capltaine. Europe's most
perfect exponent of physclal curturo, will Intro
duce some Ftartllng faats on the flying rings.
Blnns, Binns and Binna will offer their original
European musical novelty. Mr. and Mrs. Adel
In "The Man o n the Box," at the Lincoln
Square to-morrow.
In "The Little Cherub."
man will be heard in a number of selections on
the xylophone. Daisy Harcourt, a comedienne
from the London "halls," will render some Eng
lish song hits. Rawson and June will give an
exhibition of Austrailian boomerang throwing.
The vitagraph will reproduce new motion pict
At the AJhambra Theatre this weak Albert
Chevalier, the famous English character artist,
will offer a number of new characterizations, as
well as many of the old favorites. This will be
Mr. Chevalier's last week in America. Henri
French will be another feature in his versatile
act. Smith and Campbell, conversational come
dians, will present a new budget of repartee.
The Twelve Tennessee Students, with Abbio
Mitchell, will Introduce Ethiopian vocalisms and
dancing. The thrt;« r>eirick brothers, European
acrobats, will make their debut at this theatre
in an exhibition of strength. Tho Americus
Comedy Four will render a number of vocal se
lectlons. John und U.-rtha Gleason and Fred
Hoolihan will be seen in their (lancing act.
Watson, Hutchlngs and Edwards will present
their funny sketch. "Tbe Vaudeville Exchange."
The vitagraiih will show new motion pictures.
Special efforts have been made to have this
w< . k"s bill at Keiih & Proctor's Fifth Avenue
a strictly comedy one. Fred Walton, the inlm
h ■.: le English pantomimist, is comedian No. 1
in bis impersonation of the toy soldier in
"Clssie's Dream." Ned Wayburn'B Dancing
Daisies in a spectacular Blnging and dancing
specialty; Mary Dupont is a laugh getter in her
farce, "Left at the Post": Watson's Barnyard
supplies bucolic mirthfulness, and the others
who win arouse tho risibilities are the Military
Octette and th<- "Girl with the Baton"; Clarice
Vance, In Southern songs; Cameron and Flan
agan, minstrel comedians; the Kialto Comedy
Four, the Balledalre Brothers. gladiatorial
acrobats, and a dozen more.
The Four Mortons have deserted the legiti
mate for just this one wct-k In vaudeville at
Keith & Proctor's Harlem Opera House, where
they will offer all the musical and comedy hits
of ■•Breaking Into Society" in tabloid form.
"That" Quartet will make its first appearance
at tha Harlem Opera House in tho same bill,
and some of the other features are: J. O. Bar
rows, John Lancaster and company, in "Thanks
giving"; Biouksom and Burns, eccentric com
edy acrobatb; Bartholdi's Birds, an ornitho
logical exhibition; Duffin-Redcay Troupe of
flying gymnasts; Anna and Lillian r>oh«:rty as
the "Capsicum Coquettes"; Will Inman and
"feeder," in a talking act; the Balzers, acro
The new features In the long continuous pro
gramme this week at Keith & Proctor's Union
Square are: Miss May Tully, in her vaudeville
success, "Stop. Look and Listen," and Harry
In "H«s Honor tha Mayor," at tho Grand Opara
Houoo to-morrow.
Tato's extremely laughable farce. "Fishing."
George Evans, the popular monologlst, remains
another week, and Is deatlned for a run of five
weeks at the Square, if he has sufficient new
material to warrant an engagement of that
length. Others are the Four Harveys, acro
bats; Kltamura Japs, In Juggling and Oriental
mysticism; ixlphino and Delmora, eccentric
comedians; Al Carleton, monologue; Althea
Twins, McCrea and Poole. Adams and Mack
and Alexis and SchalL
One attractive feuture for the young folks
at Keith & Proctor's Twenty-third Street this
week is Master Gabriel, in his impersonation
of "Buster," ln the farce "Aunty's Visit." Bus
ter's faithful dog is also an important feature
of the farce sketch. Melville Ellis, composer "f
a number of popular songs, will present his
"planologue" for the first time this week at the
Twenty-third Street, and the others in the bill
are Emma Francis and her Whirlwind Arabs;
Alice Hollander, a European contralto; John
and Louis Holler, acrobats; Ftado and Bertman.
comedy sk>-tch; Cooper and Robinson, colored
song and clanco team, and Brown, Harris and
Brown, ln a nondescript fantasy.
A timely feature of the bill at Keith & Proc
tor's Fifty-eighth Street this week is the com
edy, "Jack the Giant Killer," in which Cap
tain George Auger, Barnum & Bailey's famous
eight-foot giant, appears with tha interesting
Wilton Lackaye at the Manhattan, December 20.
midget actors. Ernest Rommel and Caroline
Hass, the tiniest players on the vaudeville
stage. Charles K. Evans is the dramatic star
of the show In his farce, "It's Up to You, Will
lain," and the others Include "Tom Edwards,
the English ventriloquist; Harrigan, the tramp
juggler. Olivotti Troubadours, Lily Seville, Kn^
llsh comedienne.
"The Millionaire." in which Dan Sully, the
Irish comedian, starred a few seasons ago, will
be presented by the stock company at Keith
& I'rnctnr's ( me-hun.lr- l-aml-twenty-fifth Street
for the first time. The cast will Include all
the favorites of the Harlem company, with Paul
McAllister, In Sully's old part of James O'Brien,
the < ontraetor.
At Tony Pastor's the bill Is headed by Jack
Mason's "Chlcklets." which Is one of the novel
ties of the season, and is composed of a bevy of
girls for a background to Harry Pllcer. The
girls make several quick changes, and Mr. Pll
cer*S eccentric dancing is one of the principal
features. Collins and Brown, the funny (ler
nmns, are down as th>; extra attraction, and
will present their fane comedy In whi>-h th«
Engllßh language Is mutilated "something
awful." After a long e-npagement in Europe
Miss Dorothy Drew will make her first appear
ance In the United States for some time in her
character imitation act, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
In "The Chorus Lady."
At Keith & Proctor's.
In "Colombe's Birthday," at tha Hudson to
morrow afternoon.
Thorne and company will be seen In their hit.
"Llfo in an Uptown Flat."
Every ovenlng during the week the comedy
of Leo Walter StHn and Ludwig Heller, entitled
"Die yon Hochsattel, 1 ' will be repeated at tha
Irving Place Theatre, with Wllll Thaller In the
character of the eccentric and elderly head of
the aristocratic Hochsattel family. Beginning
on Saturday. December 22, throughout Christ
mas week, and em* day thereafter until Janu
ary 2, at 2 : 3<> o'clock, there will as usual be a
series of children's holiday matinees at the Ir
▼tasj Place Theatre, to which admission will be
at ["'Pillar p r i c( » s . From Saturday afternoon
next till Thursday afternoon. December 27, In
clusive, tho attraction will be "Schneewlttchen
und die Skben Zwerge" ("Snow White and tho
Beren Dwarfs"), a spectacular comedy by C. A.
Goerner. On Frldiy afternoon. December 28.
the bill will be changed to C. A. Goerner's
"Dornroschf-n" ("The Sleeping Beauty").
Mr. Conriod's German star. Annie Dirkens
(P.aron^ss yon Haminersteln), who arrived on
the KrViiiprlnz Wilhelm. will shortly make her
American debut at the Irving Place Theatre, In
the vaudeville "Wlf» man Maenner fesselt."
S chord Question and Graft Trials
Have Stage Centre.
Pan Franc'sco, Dec. 14. — Both the Japanese
school question and the graft trials have be»n
dormant this week. The facts for a test case
of thf school question have been arranged, and
tho m itter will probably be submitted promptly.
The lawyers disagree over the constltutionality
of a state law that permits the segregation of
Japanese chiUren. and the Supreme Court will
have to decide the matter. In the trials of mu
nicipal grafters all resources of technical law
jrers are being employed to delay the cases and
to befog the issues. Mayor Sehmitz and "Bops"
Ru.f both made repeated assurances Just after
their Indictment for extortion that they desired
immediate trial, that they might prove their in
nocence. Since then they have had a change of
heart, for now each, has several lawyers exert
lns every effort to secure delay. They are ques
tioning the validity ot" the grand jury, and talk
Off referring every matter to the Court of Ap
peals and the Supreme Court.
A heavy southeast storm this week caused
much dar.'ape to railroads and seriously inter
fered with telegraphic communication. The
storm was the most severe for twenty years, and
the high v.-lr.d blew down many buildings In
course of < onstruction in San Franciaco. It also
levelled rauny of the walls that were still stand
ing in the burned business district. Repairs
to damage,] railroad tracks are being made
rapidly, and it is expected all trains will be
rur.nlng on time by the end of the week. The
heavy storm this week forced many refugees
who are still living in tents to move to cottages
which have been provide,! by the relief com
mittee. Of the refugees in the city. 9,1rt7 are
living in cottages, 3^95 in tents and 670 in bar
racks. The total number of cottages provided
is 4.741. and of these 1.583 are still vacant be
cause many of the tent dwell, rs refus« so mov«
to cottage*. A traffic association will be formed
by San Framlso business men whose object
will be a reduction in overland freights. It is
organized under the management of experienced
railroad men. and merchants expect to secure
facilities that will aid In rebuilding San Fran
ctaco, Recently railroads have charged 20 cents
a ton for hading and unloading freight. This
is a heavy burden on nun-hanta.
Lower Mission street will soon be rebuilt with
very substantial buildings. Among these, one of
the nio«t substantial is a large five-story struct
ure. 70 feet by 137 v feet, for a tea warehouse for
M. J. Hrandenstein & Co., at Spear street. Th*
first large permanent business building for upper
Van Xess avenue is nearing completion at Sac
ramento street It is being erected by D. X. &
R. Walter & Co.. and will be occupied as a
carpet and furniture store. This building may
At tho Alhsmbr. to-morrow.
In *Th» Belle of Mayfatr."
have Influence In making th» av«nu© at tha
north end a buslnw3 street.
Work has been begun on a n«*^ O'ympio- Cteb
building, on the old site. In Post stre**, near
Taylor. Tha clubhouse will be a ducilcaio of
the old structure, but will be larger and more
complete. The cost will be $600,000.
A five million dollar corporation has been
formed to further a world's fair to be Laid la
San Francisco to commemorate the 400ta
anniversary of the discovery of th? Pa&2o
by Balboa and to celebrate the conplatioa
of the Panama Canal. Fourteen thousand dol
lars has been subscribed and directors hay«
been chosen comprising; some of tha nost
prominent men In the city.
The San Francisco Stock and Bead Exchange
will soon be amalgamated with the Stock and
Exchange Board, thus making the ax&aofs
second In size only to that In New York. This
union Is due to the great Increase In speculation
in Tonopah, Goldfleld and other Nevada isiainj
shares. Business has been so treat recently
that brokers of one board vrmr* onabi* ta
handle it.
The fish commission steamer Albatross «•
rived this week with a large collection of fishes
and birds for the Smithsonian Institution.
Many new and rare varieties of fish wer» caught
In the Okhotsk Sea and along the Siberian
coast. The officers had th© unusual experience
of watching the birth of the new volcanlo Island
at the extremity of the Aleutian group. wMcS
was called Metcalf Cone.
The clearings of San Francisco banks for thefirst
eleven months of 1906 exceed those for the sam«
period of 1905, which had been a banner year,
and during October. 1906. they are greater thaa
for any previous month In tho history of th»
ctty. Imports tor the first ten months of 1908
are greater than those for the first ten raontlis
of 1905. while exports for the same period show
a slight decrease. The reason for the decreaas
is obvious. At the time of the firo Trillions of
c!<>llar3" worth of produce and merchandise lay
In the warehouses of the city awaiung export.
This was nearly all consumed, and since tiiaa
much of the produce received from. tt« lntwlor
has been needed for home consumption.
The first carload of seeded prunes was shipped
this week from Selma. In San Joaaula Vails*
to Boston. It is expected that freeing the Cali
fornia prune of the pit will add greatly to ltJ
popularity. A machine has been perfected thai
seeds prunes cheaply. The result 13 that yrunas
may be put up in boxes like raisins and serve!
at table from boxes or cartons.
The high water in the Colorado River ta»
upset all plans of Southern Pacific engineer
who thought they had controlled the river by a,
huge and costly dam above the Mexican border.
The recent rise in the Colorado sweet away
costly engineering work, and the great volume of
water is once more pouring through a new chan
nel Into the Salton Sea. This will force South
ern Pacific engineers to build a new track fifty
feet above the present line. What will ba the
fate of the great Imperial Colony south of th»
Mexican border la still In doubt. If ■!■ waters
can't be checked colony lands will be flooded.
Development of a Diphtheria Case
in Massachusetts.
Palmer. Mas*. Dec. 15 (Special).— Th» towns of
Palmer and "Ware have, almost coins to blo-ws I*
cause a house* la located on tho town 11ns. Tho oc
cupant declares that by simply walking across tie
room he can walk from. Ware Into Palmer «<*
from Palmer Into Ware. The two Imi are not
quarrelling?? because each claims the fcouse. tut
because each la shoving th» houso off on to the
This house an.l Its occupants might have re
mained quietly on the fence, so to speak. 1? 1*
had not been for a case of diphtheria. XtM Pala
er. never doubting but that the building was wholly
In that town, placarded MM house. It also forbad*
any members of the household quitting the prem
ises. As the house Is remotely situated. tW*
order caused a great deal of Inconvenience •""
j hardship to the occupants, so the owner. ViUirO
1 C. Trumbull. dv.it up some ancient history, l! *"
clared the buildtns ■ '-- •■ the town line, *"*
walking into the east part of bis front parlor, de
clared: ■•N",->w I'm In Ware and a resident of " a £*
; The Ware Uourd of Health has not forbidden
to leave the house, so I'm xoins out."' Ar.il he wen-
The Palmer authorities were enrased at Wi*
! Moreover. Palmer bad been puyir.i; Mr. Trum--'
i for milk which the f.i:.; of Health had to destroy.
In accordance with th* regulation th;it T ' >!i
from a diphtheria infected houn* must not •• *-
but destroyed and paid for at regular *****
prices. It •■„«• declarca that the »■ of *!rir
must pay for p ; «rt of the milk. War,, - >'» W»"
It depends on whether Mr Trunibull keeps
cows ii.i the \\ ir.- or Palmer •»!■'.■• >: h ' 9 H^3
Ware authorities declare also that they wlB P •
a diphtheria placard on the Ware side or i
house and do their part toward Lnt«nnW2
Inmates, provld.-d Palmer will divide tb« "-*_
which Mr. Trurobull has been paying to the *»
of I'alrner for the lust twenty-tire ?**»•„.,_ has
The Palmer authorities say that If " %m
| a110w..! Palmer to ertteci taxes belongmjr J » ££ a
! It is that town's own lookout and ■■;:;.., v-
right to pront by h. ocirltstncft v .» ''ml t[m.
that If »he has be<>n neslU*nt In collectlnj* t«
»be will be nesU| In sharing the expense* ct
Trwmbull <tuurantln*. . ,»,„ War*
Meanwhile Mr." Trumbull walks into the ■ >
■Ide of hi, front room in order to f^'^Jj'psiWr
online re K uh»tlons And watts bavk Into «V *.. h jc!i
side, that he „, ... receive p.iv for the m ■••' „ -...
Pulmer t« bound to destroy ■' she. i--* ranuuw
A cargo of black carrocs «ss been * %s!% s!p * tly .
1' an ii.. m Alston. ;»n,l they are old to »•* ~ #*•& .
*up.-itor to the ruddy artlcl* Ponkey*. 60 *
do i.,.i tako kindly to them, being ■■*" '^
pr«-s?lon that they are belns aske.l »° P a ",'.j p*e-
SpanUh Her!, Th. carrots, however. * >
form at least one useful office. ■ KeittM"^* •* '•
nee»i no longt-r b« railed cwrroty-* '- J*tSf J>
the turn of the b-iutiful bUck h * ired . t *&■*
*nash her leeth with ra^e +1--1 dye out oi
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