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NEW JERSEY 'Tb-s collection includes a beauti? ful landscape '?, Inness, dated M?*nt< ' ? . ?887, ?:?e?-. of Rtrne Bellecoui. Bonheur, B< .. csreau, J. G. Brown, Glackcns, etc. \?7Z?zz3z::zz. |T=Cl)tCainbrtiige: CIS \? . ;' ' ? ? Ci-) 60 Wesl fj >lh Street Ne ki Cei Suites of 2 rooms or more on a yearly Ieas< unfurnished Spa. i..... ? *. si l'Kl?lou KI||TAl'KA.NT. AI?o D( ? i.n flooi Undei *. ? . Uotol ..*.*. -.K H. CHATI 1.1.? ? ~-. Raffet Grill far Ladiei Sc Gmttetaea SPECIAL L',WN?R SI OJE ! H#r??**1 liatlj ? t.. a ? ? Son *5ls-' I After-Theatre Suppe-, il.25 REiSENWEBER'S '::-?::? j Peter [Oil .. Central l'ai le \\ cm ?I 5*tli Si 1, 2 and i Rooms ) ' K? Nlttururtl .? .? ? h ? U.M. K ING All kiiiclM ?>f Momci:.' Help, not the r?*-.? Ie?t kin?! -b? it i '?? : tin lUgh I'l ' Tribune's Domestic Help Wanted Column. Phon? Beekrua? 3000 Ailvt. Miss Farrar as Carmen Pulls Wig Off Rival ._ Diva's Bodice, Without a Back and Sleeveless, Did: Not Appear To Be Span? ish or Becoming to Her i Bizet's Score Is Ignored Mme. Francos Alda Makes F i r s t Appearance of tho Season in "Boheme" Two performances were giver, at the Metropolitan Opera House yesterday. In the afternoon "Carmen" was heard for the (1rs! time this season at this house, with Miss G?raldine Farrar in! the title r?le. It was an eventful, if ! not a wholly admirable, performance. In the first art Miss Farrar's attack ! upon the girl from the cigarette fac? tory was directed with such force that \ the victim lost her wig. In tin* second ict Miss Farrar's dress was in itself event. Hi >.r skirl was of blue and ? I, Biearli ; lined. Her i ?eeveless bodice, X r] in place : .. a ilendi r c laii of brillii 11 ul cli was will , out a back, bared to 11 e v u t. The .? was "' ! ?? Spani .; n ; be c ?m -. Where a re the sensuous shawls of yi '*.!i day ? Audience Irritated ighoui tl afternoon th? -; nger | it her audii nee rritatud b: t he im : " ? ? nui ts she chose i" nu ke upon Bizet's music. In spots the .-core was Bcarcely recognizable, as in her taunt? ing ? Zuniga at Lillas Pastia's. Miss Parrar never han been a great Carmen, and, judging from the present coi lit on of In r ?mpersonat ion, it. is o. ibtful whether her portrayal will ? p. ssume this element. Carmen was a sinister and enigmati? cal creatun . Mi - Farrar I as only suc- j , ;- being a hoyden. The lib? erties si . en its hers? I f wit the ? p acticall; obliterate the possi- j of hei s'.ng Y, .- rda,'. ?? '? : to suit her .:'.'.- ' b 111 i n_r variety if tone pro luction, to w ch ?- acri ced diction I Bizet, carryin?; off er \ n'ai mis avior I -. I i ' - : : 1 mb. Mr. Martineiii i ? poet s eut I' : hi ? impers nal m incre b th vo- > ' : ? h-Xtri??: eu ly, n ? the : fter ni on pro g . ? ': eral vas m i ea it as Mer '. . i : - .. ..???- the i . per - ? :- -.-.? '?:-.- . thai the ? i ?! ?n? of E millo' wl in Mme. an unfoi g? tr.ab b; c .? ; ?'. - of X. word ??''-. .!. No doul ... deed some and di ap e this n pee I able interpreter ' erial joys and sor wl ha . riven ir : urn v> it ii ??? r.rd Turiddu and unfilial Louise, v. . ? ? . gi anl tin . : I ring . dorn is such exqul site singing In i 1 -il opera as that of Mme. Sunde lius h i X caela; exquisite in tonal . de igl : ful ;!i naturalness an 1 casi' oi ' very, compelling by its constant display of intelligence. Scenery Is of Best Mr. Whitehill, after a languid iin . vom' to' the ? ecasion and gave a creditable performance as Escamilo. Scenery and stage management was of I ?? best, but the orchestra was not firmly controlled by Mr. Wolff. In tin- evening .Mine Frances Alda nade her first appearance of the season . ;. ! ho sea son's fi rs I "Bohi m< ." She was in good voice and suggested all that was sweet and simple, lovely and pal het ??? ? ii M ?mi. Mr. Harrold, the Rodolfo, was in betl r voi '? than last we? k and gave : an excel ? til pi rforniance, us did M : Scotti, the mos1 s*> mpat I el ic of Mai celli s. Mis ? Lorra ne was a piquant Musetta, and Mr. Picco appeared as Schai nard in -'.ace of An.1res de Se? guro who has i - ?r-1 ': from th< company. i al" will 1)?* sung for the fn st time this season on Friday. December [0, at ' o'clock. The casi will include Mine. Matzenauer and Messrs. Sem bach, Whitehill, Blass and Didur. The Stage Door Wha1 is said to be a record for a **ln gle day's attendance at tin attractions eont : oiled bj one manager was esta ,? shed bj the ' 'liarles Dillingh un pro ductions yesterday. "Good Times," t the H ippodrome; "The Half Mooi ," al the Liberty; "Hitchy Koo, 1920," at the New Amsterdam, and "Tip Top," at the Globe, played to a total of 20,720 people during the day. Celebrations of the 85th anniversary of the birth of Mark Twain next Tues? day have been arranged for the school ; and colleges of the city in accordance ,vit the s u '? ition of William I- aver? na.a. who is appearing in "Tho Princi and the Pauper" at the Booth. There will he a central observance of the . ont at the theater Tuesday evening. F. Ziogfeld jr. has changed the name of the Marilynn Miller-Leon Errol mu sical comedy, "Sally of the Alley," to "Sally." It "will open in New York ;n a v e e 1 ? Frank I-' y, appearing In "Helle Les t< r," lias e, ntr?cted with John Cert for th - tak ng o\ er of the ?ort Theater "or a series of Sunday night concerts, beg inning December ?). Forty members of the Kansas Club, aft ?'. a Thanksgiving dinner, saw "En - , ?? Madame," at the Pulton Plicate i. a. t n '. lit ; ? club ?? made up ? !' for mer students of the Unix orsity of Kan - S8 - who New York. Charles 1 ? ; laced da*, [ison under a 1 ? c? ?nt racl M fhonip " : . ? "r : ? ? X ( ..'.'. th.cnu starring vei c , "Tl kloo at the 1 iberty The I ha ,!. jenhals X Kr.mper produc? id ] " (axil ? i*r. and "The Bat," a: th? ' . : ??.- - their l -5th per v ? ek. * ableau vivant by Ben \ bowl 'or the first I Midi :h1 Frolic on the '. I IV ', : !?;?? 'I'f last Tl list chosi ?? i sub i ? ? ? noel cal epi i'd 'Qual '?" ? nti ? teria," or Death I S ?'.;.. :,- o\\ n during; I ' m ttine? "Pittei Patte i 'at th? ,* that 1 ?er of the* chorus and eral uni bee ' foi re than s lu to l : ? ider, a mer Bostoi man and a ' riter for Fox. Trades Back Eight-Hour Day LONDON, Nov. 25. Th?- Interi ngi ? ? ? - day . ? : -. and th ? ; out ined In the Wash ? dn ft . gre( mwit o? the '?- .. if the esi lution urges the congress to refuse ?o lern) further trade union tl ? efforts of the intern.'. office if ratification of the decisions made at Washington are net effected within the period already fixed. A resolution on pacifism, which was curried unanimously, says the congress declares the struggle against all war on the part of the workers' internationale mus? not be confused with the pacifism of the capitalist bourgeoisie. The reso? lution declares to be hypocritical and totally condemns all belligerent meas? ures mide with the object of imposing new political or economic conditions on h..t ions against their will, Delmonicoof 1820 Server Turkey at 1920 Prices Sandwich Hoy of Play Entertains Actors With Gill-Fashioned Thanksgiving Meal Peter Delmonico, the sandwich boy of the play "Little Old New York," came into liia own yesterday when ho enter? tained his fellow-players at an old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner at his rostaurant, forty-fourth Street and Fifth Avenue. In the play Peter provides sand? wiches for Cornelius Yanderbilt, John Jacob Astor, Washington Irving and the other gay young bloods of the 1820 set n-t 50 cents a basketful. Last night Peter was getting 50 cents for a dish of i, a ;hed turnips, but he fed his friends with oysters, soup, turkey he told them he shot ?t up in the woods around Kip's Boy?and pumpkin pie from his farm on the Bowery. The guesl ? oi 1920 blinked a bit over their 50-?ent turnips and $2 turkey, when the theatrical company marched in to dinner, bravo in the latest 1820 yl? flounced skit tu, patches and Ui ?'. col la rs. They applaudod when Peter Del? monico i William J. McClure) took his place at the head of his shining t- hie, with Cornelius Vandcrbilt (Douglas J. Wood i at his left, and John Jacob Astor fAlbert Andruss) at his right hand. Patricia O'Day, the he? roine of the play (Genevi?ve Tobin i sat at the left of young Vandcrbilt with the village constable on her left There were twenty-two at the table. Danish Soprano Heard in Thanksgiving Recital Miss Florence l?odinofif, al Aeolian flail, and Cuban Pianist, at Carnegie The counter attractions of Thanks ? ng Day were such as to discourait ? ; attendance at the museal offer nps of yesterday afternoon. A fair izad audience, however, greeted tlu -. i appi ara nee of Miss Florenc? ?odinol?, Danish ?.( pruno, who ga\ e ; ? ?? ; ?? ; of s ngs in French Hnglish nn< h in Aeolian Hal!. M: ; Bodinof ?ai'* a pleasant impression, disclo inj an agreeable voice and int rpretiv? ;ill, .?'a the same time Miss Flora Mora . young Cuban picnisl who was hear? ?re last year was playing to a smal up of I 1st nei. ,:, i !a rncj ie Hall ' ; ? Mora si owed power and dext ither, however, temperately use? rapid passages were frequent! tirred, her rhythms caj ricious. hi n c eel were her attainments equal ! th? i; '?>:.. arrangement of the Cha conne of Bach. She was more succ?s-; ful in the les.ser numbers, which ir eluded tw? pieces by the late Enriqu Granados, formerly her teacher, Senator Ashnrst Calls on Democrats to Hack Hart!in ? ., i? CorreSDoiiilcif'.- of The 7 ribune ATLANTIC ( !TV. Nov. 25. -.- Henry 1 Ashurst, Democratic Senator fro; Arizona, appealed to all Democrats i c cordial support to the incomir larding administration in its recoi struction task, in an address to-nigl before the members of the Associ?t'. Dress Industries o? America at the dinner at the Hotel Breakers in th city. He advised Congress to pay mo attention to constructive l?gislatif and l?!ss to repressive measures. "Congress should meddle ?ess wi' the business of the country, with i : peated enunciations of 'Thou sha \ >?' and should substitute therefi 'Vcu may','' said .Senator Ashurst. ' America First' Slogan Upheld By Di% Manning ileotor of Trinity Says It Is Not Used Selfish? ly ami Predicts U. S. Will Enter the League Doesn't Fear Bolshevism Poople Too Sane to Grive Hood to tho Russian Madness. He Declares The slogan "America First" is not used by American! selfishly, said the Rev. Dr. Manning, rector of Trinity, in his Thanksgiving Day sermon at the historic old edifice yesterday. He de? clared that there was no danger of Bolshevism taking root here, and he also predicted thai the United States, following the desires of ?is citizens, would enter a league of nal i : "The spirit which stirred our people dui ng tie great World War X- net dead," '-aid Dr. Manning "If another alien call should sonn the; ? ould meet ?r not less readily ? u< more r ad i lj than before. Wo know th: ( is true. Whatever their judgment as to the Boundness of certain provi ions of ti: League of Nations, our people do net iX-;m i i hat we shall I ry to live in elfl ami impossible i lolalion. "Ii is In ;, ond ,ii-' tion that the;- de ., r'' t hat -Vmei ica shall ? m er into sue1 an association with the other nations as shall in the r ju lgment liest pro? mote the peace and welfare of all. The people of our land wish I a i -.a- in friendship ami brotherhood with all the nations, and more especially with Great Britain and ether English-speaking peo? ples, for they know that in tins fello v .diip between those who have a common history, a common language and com? mon meals is the sure?t hope of peace .\ni] ? :???;.? -, ?<?' f.i;- 1 t-(? WOl'lll. "Le? us thank God to-day for the blessings that we enjoy as citizens of this land. Let un never be a hamed to ray that we love our own country more than anj ot her. Let us pin y t! at. as a r at ?on we may be ke; : trie, i ; a a .'?lit I ful to the obli tions and liiti f our own citizen.* ?if, and. the ?it and able to do ou r ran i n I ; ? ervi< ?? of othi rs. "And we rive than Ica, also, be i ? vhile our own people re r va t ui or .heir o". n I.Cn *. . hey are not ui mindful of their obligat ons to tho n t of mankind. It is asserted by some that America has lost her id?ala and thut she is now selfishly thinking only of herself in disregard of the needs of the world os a whole. I emphatically deny this. That has never been the spirit of America and it is not her spirit now. "The cry 'America First' might be used in a low and sordid sense. But this ?a not the sense in which it is sanctioned by our people and we ail know this. It i(< used among us only in the true and sound sense that our highest responsibility is for our own land and our own homes and that we must first be faithful to this sacred obligation if we are to be of service to i he larger world. "The Scriptures themselves explicit iy teach this principle. 'If any pro videth not for his own,' they tell us, 'and especially for his own household, he hath denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.' " Discoursing on Boleshvism, Dr. Man? ning said: "As a nation we believe in progress. We are eager for further advancement, not toward equality of reward regard les - of degree and quality of service, but toward equal opportunity for all and just reward for service rendered. It. i- true that, we need a new spirit, a '? g .? r standard of justice and brother liness in our economic and industrial life and we are moving toward this. But we believe in accomplishing i' b. the method of sane and orderly do .'.'. not by the method of dis? ruption ami destruction. We decline to listen i" any scheme of progress ?.ai i? begins by proposing to destroy progress of the past. Little Danger of Bolshevism "There is little danger of tlie Rus n a, an ss among our people. Th? y \ : be pei aa.ii d that we can in opportunity of the indl ? deftying opportunity to a '. ca n add I o I he gem v . di si roying the incenl ive to ?>i '.' ?.-. ?1! pursuade us that progress i-'> to be achieved by the e er li.i? of brute force in the hands of .. ? roup of despots or that any minority group i?:' the people is to be allowed ; i impose its will by force upon the ma iority. "We believe as firmly as wo ever di i ? ???? st en a i principles of just it ?? which are embodied in the Constitulioi I of the United States. To every indi? vidual within her borders America offers to-day a greater degree of ju - tice, liberty and opportunity than he can lind in any other land in all the w? rid. there are any among us who do ? lievc in ! he principles of 01 . " ! we are sorry for them, but .? ?? have not the slightest intention ? a - ? hem to overthrow our in i : a ' exchanging our present ." ndi i< n for that which we .-? le i \ ' give thi nks I o God I o-day for ;.; and privileges which are ours as Americana" AM EMGI ?I WIFE IM- BERLIM By E?EL?1?J9 Princess BL?CHEM The Boston Evening Transcript says: "It is so far the most revealing and absorbing personal record. These pages are filled with personal touches that flash with a vivid and realistic impression of the experience." Critic after critic credits this book with "extraordinary interest." "To begin is to be lured on and on. in growing excitement and sym? pathy . . . one sees the war i rom an angle entirely new," says one. "In solid contribution to the history of the war, the book is scarcely less important than it is interesting. ... If originality, poise, dramatic interest, a compelling style and historical importance were the components of a 'best seller' it would be discussed this win? ter in every drawing rcom." It is certainly one of the most fasci? nating books of the year. Price $6.00 This hoch should he on sale in your bookstore; if not, order direct from E. P. DUTTOfW & COMPANY, 681 Filth Ave., N. Y. BRILL H R O T H E R S H The Sale which offers you the chance to buy a cleverly styled, finely tailored Overcoat or Suit at ACTUAL COST TO US. formerly $50, $60 & $65 Kuppenheimer and Brill $35.00, $40.00 and $45.00 Kuppenheimer and Brill Suits, now $80.00, $90.00 and $100 Kuppenheimer and Brill Suits, not? $60.00, $65.00 and $70.00 Kuppenheimer and Brill Suits, noxv $1/0, $115, $125 and $ I 3 5 Kuppenheimer and Brill Sails, now $1 279 Bruadwi 125th ht., ..: 47 Cort landt Street 4-1 ! ? 14th Street AMERICA'S FORKMOST THEATHKS AM? HITS. DIKEC'TION OF LBS AND J. .?. SHi liM'T fiFMTHPV THEATRE. IBT88, S. M*it*i. OC? 1 Urn I ,,; ! ,v- a I'. W ;Tm,iw*We<l. ?. V Hay i ?n, tack ?nil Morr!? U?l J'resont MOST SEKSATIONAL \\HTt tT*? k '.'CCF'sS FVf-e KNOWN IV! V 1 I A 'V THE WO'tLD lllUvV/1 .?nU?,S?liuvXlC?.?*,H,],,i 0' th? OrlMi?. _i.OMPA.NV OF ?f)i_i| BK; FCENES Winter Barden ";?"??i'.i." fho.tMAl!?L?BBQ/(BK< BftOADWAV HALtIIiLJ ^ StfOAD* With UERT WILLIAMS ,?i THEATRE. I.t ?:,19 Mat*. ??,1-t I nML im, ,. |-_j ; .. a \Ved. istfi 7; A of Lorn. mft F. Kay Comstfi ?'? * Morrl t; 'si I < at The Seniatlon of Lou-ion, Parlt and N. Y. with LUPINO UNt '. PaulPoIrM Cwtumae LITTLE I HEATRE. W ? Uli -: I l'v.; ?as isi r?4? i. M?'.^ We I. i Sf.l 44T12 ST. THE A. ??5M-D8.'IS /'?,. Greatest Thrills Ever A ; nun ' c Wot '..* ?story of the Theatre. "Most thrilling scenes ever iJiown on the screen." ?Eve. Telegram. The Brilliant [! $ Qfj p p ? J H Mast-i-ple-co "IS AY SHU EAST" "Had the spectators STAND I.Vi AND CHEERING." ? New York World. \ [7v!i---. & Pat S .- n M ?j- . 50c to ?2. I All oihei latin' o Jl I Mil ugh ih? . .. VbrU lierai I iM: S WELL WORTH TEN DOLLARS A SEAT." $ A.- "I ;.. ivlji. ' ..-.. rhA X:l t). ',..'/- 7: THE 6Ad MSAMI 3 Mi<KJa>ni|i.<?6?* r'?!^3L??^>i??-J , .. ,. ..THEATRE. ...77, /? .- . ? . ?? ?'? 7th Ayo & 4th St ! . . ? ' Ma T? a.'in .- \\ Inesday, 2:30 Li Li N - A VI 1 "SAMSON & DELILAH" PAULINE LORD ? ?* - ? .-. - . ' at v -n .ins 8:20. W'. . ... '?:;.? S ATI.'H ? V ... The Reigning ?Musical Comedy Suco??? j y .a ERNEST j L_ ??_:iSL TRJU?X ; ElUdUllUISI U - To-nT?* <V Thor? H HENRY TAIMA ?'??(?FORGE ?ll*Tell* Marion* .'..:';.' When We AreJToung" BOOTH S?SM j ! tt |LE.JE.JLI?JtJLto 1 MASK JWW? %Pf?A?^PAUi Matin?;?.?' tomorrow" and ~Wednei?Jt*r~at~ 2:30. ?" /?PA BAYES SPfr?M: ICI? l'l MBK1?TON i'r I ECILDA VARESI--- NORMAN TREVOR f? NTER MADAME Fill Tfi8J vv?: 4Siii St. Etm-Imi a; s ??. r?"-IUW Matine? s.- mid Wed i^Tfl?ft?-l?f"?""??'?? ?."w. <* H'y"_7:7?71?4? ?nUPEn I ?ib To-morrow ?nil Wed., i 10 (ff?i?T THB BOWMUNB INC. Announce ! "NOTHING SHORT OF A \9r Darnton, R MARY BNASH " THY NAME is WOMAN " ' S Ik* a '?'-?? U i- i ?:. son Pack | KISS NASH AT HER BEST Playhouse BIJOU '. ;' ? THE SKIMjQftM? ^?OPPORTUNITY with .TAMES (KANE ?nTjj ?T Tliea.. lust K ? f IS'y Et 8 39 4U I 11 Ola U*i Mai ro-morro?. i ? ?f? Monday, Nov. 29 8& & A New Corr.fdy-Drama by the Authors of '?THE MISLEADING LADY" and "THE GHOST BREAKER' Ma'lnpcs Thursday & Saturday, 2 10 PI-YKQUTi-. Kl faSTi Tbi?T'i? MIJLEJDLDHEWYOIX ?ADD?PV 05VV.35. Fitjroy 1522. K. ?H?1hil*& il ps T- n & r- >ir i?EA8TB3EAK fM%l a comeri> Bernard Shaw (?SJ-?lft S9Ui aril B'way Erentnn ai 3:20 li/iio-E?U .1AT1NEB T?-.MOHROW 2 "."J Z1MBAI,IST'S PLAT WITH MUSIC UMBAUST W'l.L CONDUCT 39th ST. T. \M? THE OUTRAGEOUS WIRS. PALMER fch ?*?v \T9- MON., NOV. 29 THE YO?MbT?SITERS "JS^T DAISY ASHFORD'S'r? By Mr? i;. f huntam m>.k '.*. REPU8L?C v DADDY DUMPUNS ??.TING? FR?ZEE marga&et mm .' JIMt: U<IM \N il! BROXZE" ??held audience breathless-} SP?NISHLOV?! I I 46ti. SI ' :' ^ ? ?^ APOLLO FR?KI IS" * "J? IE5 19 : sflwy?; FMHK T8MNEY : O ?mejj T'iriEli SU? F!^iH:x^ ? E E ? A ?STOH7 ?S ?? y sk? *-?,'' *' ? ? *?* U x ? * fi Mb with NJti?iam Norria an.! Edith ia .arerr?, LYR?G W??K 7 ?? V U I Eil* i E&Ei L ?LJL By Win Carletoi *?..-?? ilsauxj?SSK, i- ' ; M ET ROPO UTAH ??l ; 0-NIC.HT IWi FISTOF?LE A ? R SAT. ::? 2, FORZA DEL DESTINO. P elle, ;?? r i- .,; . ; i , Ma ? lui *-? I'apl SAT . Prio . RI60LETTO ; .? i ciiai ;? . ? : ? Concert, HAROLD GAUFR |l - :? ? ? rs? llBK? NEXT MON., 7 1,1. TRISTAN. Matzenauer ?j Gordon. '-.!?! a WE i). - FAI ? ' ir, Delaun? s. V , \N lit THURS. :avalleria. I ? 5 : ? : ? n , rim : ( 1?1 lime) OA ?S RILLON M?GICO. Cl ! Il?illo & out. Hallet; I I ORA< OLO, ; ? Seoul, DUlur a FRI. ..' -. SAMSON DALILA. Malz 1! ! ' , MATIN! I '? ? ' AfiJ.rAL. ,.,,., s |? ' IIA?U MAN I'lA.N'O I .11'. ?? lllilll II I" 'I I"111 r""??-??"""n "*-'?*prwHwmmiil CARNEGIE HALL, TO-MORROW AFT. at 2:30?Piano KeciUl ?BENNO :? . \!, ?_A jfamlln ; ?j 1 AEOLIAN HALL, TO-NIGHT AT 8:15 ?ROSA SIMON 1>1 \.\?> i:? i ! V.M. M . ii ? liamlin) AEOLIAN HALL Monday a:;. Nov. 29, ?it 3 D^-L KENNEDY !? ? 111 M ? 11 ! 11 Philharmonic concerts Carnegie Hull, This Afternoon at 2:30. JOSEF S?KANSKY SMETANA, WAGNER* LISZT Neil Sunday Aft. at ?.. ALL TCHAIKOVSKY GODOWSKY STRANSKY Soloist Conductor : i i n i 11 '. ? ? ? i:\ ?\ i . ? i.ii'i;!.-. NEW YORK SYMPHONY '! E3STRA WALTER DAMKOSt 11 Conductor ' ? i>l m Hall, V? .i Suiiiiu* Aft. ai :i I i,,,? GRAINGER Historien] Cycle u( <'arue<rie Hall. BEETHOVEN rz Q?AR?E? ??:?? ? . \u ., -\ >...,. W. 34 U*c. 1, Rt 3 cGlinchee fil : ? . ? way nan leo?uii Hall ITII- AFTERNOON A! 3. Winston Wilkinson v,onnl9t Me' i 'al harln? A I ?arn e:i K I J fWSP*!*. 1 " **? 5 ? i IX ? F .'7. 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