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lt Itor r ilituch rachslkowakya opera operaIHiue operaIiqoo operaIiquo
IHiue Dam wa performed at I ho Ibe1lropollllI lb lbltmpolitati hoMetropolitan
Metropolitan Opera house yesterday yesterdayitrteroooa Mterdartemoo yemtiJayAttern000
itrteroooa for lh the flrat time tlmelothbtoountl tlmelothbtoountlone in this country countryNone countryNon
None one of t Ib bo Uraous Hussion ltuaalanIrio a lyric drama dramahad dramuhad dramashsd
had hitherto found their way wa to the themeriran Ih IhI theAmsrien
I meriran mri n stage tap One On Eujenw Onogin Onoginhad
had d l > wn given < iYen in concert form by Walter WalterInmroncli WallerIm WsterI
Inmroncli Im I h In liuaaia Tathaikowakys Tathaikowakysrras
> rras e especially > eciaUy the two above named namedenj namednJT namednJDy
enj nJT y a great popularity Whether the thenrk Ibenrk lb lbnrt
nrk drought forward yraterday Ierda after aftern Arter1In afterwill
n 1In ion will cult the Ih taste of this public publictemaina publicrnalns
temaina 1110 to he seen D That It Ilia Is a creation creationmKularly CfMtlonangularl creationingulariy
> mKularly insinuating musical power poweri porlImcinllwmontraieci
i nuffldently lImcinllwmontraieci lImcinllwmontraiecililt ilemonatrated ilemonatratedI
I lilt ho opera was written In 18M on a ai attoby
i l to ttoby by bylhe the tbecompoersbrotherModtp tbecompoersbrotherModtpjgul rompoaera brother Modente Modentelunl
lunl 1 thin I hi libretto was founded d on a aWl atoryPushkin aWlIhkln storyPuhkln
Pushkin It la a strange story rom romuntied ro rounsd cornundid
< untied of those elements of tragedy tragedyiiwratition IragedTlIl1on tragedyrtitlon
iiwratition lIl1on and the supernatural which whichnae whichhave
have 11 alwkrs 1 mad aa InuaUUble I Uble appeal appealthe ppealI
0 < > the I h Russian Imagination Il lination It ia I in inn lathl In1I
n t this combination of elements that thathe
he h tory may ma break b 1t down In the presence presencel reel ce1 ce10l
0l l an American audience DCe though Tachal Tachalmuaio Tachaly Thchaimusic
y music make them internet internetIh InteneslyTh
Ih Queen of Spades Npad I Pique Dame Damei
i It in n elderly ldtrl Counl who baa bad badlIhl a anrhly authly
nrhly lIhl tilled put She he ia I auppoaed to tofoe tot1sb u uI
foe I the secret of three Ih winning cam cardawith camlIh cardewith
with lIh which she he carved a tillering path pathhrniigh pathbrollch pathrough
rough the gambling < amlin < world Hmnexn HmnexnYoung 8rnnClyonc HrrwiesviS
S Young officer la I in I iv love with her grand grandi anndhlid
i MM Iie i o a who W U betrothed to n Priace PriaceIhrumni PrioCOII
Ihrumni II I tIVVflI ia I poor and need money to tocarry 10Nlrry torry
carry rry off Ln 80 when he hear b about aboutihe aboulh aboutthe
the h three Ih carda he resolve to make I ho Iholell thenw honu
nu Iff tell him what they Ihe are areHe a aHeo areHe
He CON go to her room at t night hut in inted mlfIAd snitad
ted of getting < her secret he h frighten frightenher rrlChlfllllhr
her to death The grandchild enters and andUeving anrt1IIIIIYlnt antiI
Ueving I iIsvin that tlrrmann has h staIn the thenuiifraa Ih thewII
< nuiifraa 111 wII send nd him away Later Ah AhOrtcma h henftena hs hsnftons
enftena and asks for a meeting m llns and an anexplanation anI anxptanatln
explanation I Meanwhile the I ghoul hOllt of the theCount thtColI theCowiilrn
Count ColI Cowiilrn rtt appears to Hermann at the Ih bar barracka brracks I
racks and teUs t lla him lbs Ih name of the Ihard Iharda cards cardnrrmann cardsrlnoprn
rrmann a ha hM already al d Imcomn I m almont almontinsane aimOttIlIn4O almnsilfle4flC
insane lIn4O on the subject and nd now he really reallyCOCA reallygoee lIyl
COCA mad When he h meet m Lisa L a he h act actirrationally actirratlonallnd actstrrationaUy
irrationally and leavm IM her he alone in de despair despairIiy pair pairby I I
by to the rier Into which nhe sh he thrown her herir IorU IorTh firself
self selfThe irThe ir
The Th last scene show ua II Hrrmann in a agambling aItamhllnc agambling
gambling house testing tine the virtue of the thethroe theth thethree
throe th carda He II win wins till the Pnncr pjll < face facehim fal falhim ates ateshim
him and then in sudden remorse he heeta hetbs
eta tbs hlmw > lf Tenor and soprano now nowl no no1lnl nowiing
l eing < dead the I hI o 01 0115 > era IUIH h hs to end endThe endThe nd ndTht
The recapitulation of the I h principal ele elementa I Imlnla 1ments ¬
menta of the h story make rn k them appear appearmuch aplrIOIIh appearniwh
much lea dramatio than they really are arofor a aor arefor
for or when once the th mind of Hrrmann be bevnmwt btQIfOOI bet1mea
vnmwt QIfOOI thoroughly thornuhiyolwssed ohes 011 d with the throe throeard th thanll threeant
< ant Idoi there Ih ia a decided thrill in the theplay Ihe1layan1 thetLyanit
play 1layan1 and tho t theepisodeiofthedeathof h epiode IIIod of tho t h death of the theCownrrM th thelownfra
CownrrM 0 and the tI appearance of her ghost ghomtare ahjltItnlfftWI
are improMive in their solemnity aolemmtyTnchiikowaky IIOImnil IIOImnilTIbiUllOWtlky solemnityTechelkowisky
Tnchiikowaky himself wa pleased ptauedwith pleasedwth
with the death of the th Countess Counl and was waaaffected w wlncifOd wasafticted
affected by b reading the I he finished score ACO of ofhi orhi ofhi
hi but 1 act He felt that hn h had thoroughly thoroughlyidentified thorollChlyllloonlltMd thoroughlyidentifled
identified himaelf with the inner lire of ofHrrmann orHmnnrl ofHrrisnna
Hrrmann and that he h had iiucceasfully iiucceasfullycreated euccvsetullycreated tOI1Sfull tOI1SfullCrMtNt
created a musical mualca1mbodlment embodiment of it itIt itII ItIt
It eema 1111I that in the original opera there thorewa IhreWM therewas
wa some me question about the lb declama declamation ¬
tion hut of course this cannot dtoclamai be con conid rondm eonidered
id dm red in the German ertnan translation heard heardyesterday hrdrIrrtay heardyesterday
I Iwork
yesterday Tho important point in that the thework thework
work Kin ii 1111 a new lyric sore > r > flle with withinteresting witkinterestijig
interesting music married to dramatic dramaticaction drarnatanaction Iramtioaction I I
action The Th first rat scene n contain ntin the Ih only onlyattempt onl onlaUMnpt onlyattempt
attempt at 1 ennornble nrn le writing for the th nolo nolovoice olovoices I Ioi I
voice oi and this cannot bo regarded a aone All Allont ason
one on of 0 the Ih com composers > o r happiest hiMIHhfll rwaay rwaayShe ays aysShe
She U more at t home in th the treatment treatmentof I Ior I
or broad fluent Ru nl dramatic arioao of which whichlh
th greater Ir part > art of the opera consists conaiafiThere conalThre consistsThere I I
There are re no set t air except when songs aonganter aonltAenUr songsenter
enter into the scene aa they would if it itwere Itnre Itwrs
were a play pia aa for instance romsJrys romsJrysnarrative TomM TomMnarratin Toinakyanarrative
narrative of the Ih throe thr cards rd and the duet duetof
of Uo L tG and raulmt in the Ih second scene aoeneWhn IIOODWhn sceneVhn
Whn Tachaikowaky Introduced Inlro < l ouch auchniunbera ouchnumher suchnumbers
numbers aa the 1 Ibtee h write in a purely purelylyric purtlIric purelylyric
lyric and melodious style 11 juat aa he heclo heoI tieiloes
clo iloes I a in hia hi songs But the warp and andwoof andwoor atiiiwn1
woof of hia hi score IICO ia made of sterner stuff stuffWritten stuffVritten tUftWriUn
Written twenty year a ago the h music muaioIflonga 1010IIonp 1 1iciongs
Iflonga to the present preaenthile prntWhill presentWhile
While hile the Ih melodic idiom is i of course couraovery cor cory I Ivery
very y different from Puccini the melbxl melbxlof m lhMI lhMIor
of setting ttiD the text ill a not HO dissimilar diaaimilarthere dlimilarIhr dissimilarThere <
there am Home poignant dramatic oil oilimixra oh ohIn4
imixra In4 011 a aa for example the th flniah of tho thourst thotIrt i
urst duet between Hrrmann and nd Lua Luain
in I ond nd of the scene 0 in tho Counlnu Counlnui Cou Couroom CogitrdiIreom
i iIreom room and the th conclusion of the th thII ncvnu ncvnuin
in II the I barrack barrackI
I Ih h third ftcvne n i ia perhaps rhap the th ono onohuh on onIh onowth
huh will ill pl aa tho th eyes y and ear oft oftii or If IfIII I IthoululPM
ii thoughtless more morlhn than nny other otheri olh otbirthe
i ii the Ih reflective mind will willurly surely qi quts qutsIts i 1 1tion
tion 1 it Its suitability ilblllt It ia I charming in inIf IIIlor infor >
If for the Ih apect vPCIclt cle of the old French KrrnchiM Iftnchbullt Frenchiniral
iM iniral iornl bullrt with It I tts music A la I Haydn Haydnnptivntlnn lIayllII
I I nptivntlnn and it mik maks 1I something nomvthinRiI
If I the olivet which tl h > 4 intorlude lll rllUl mimt mimtI
I mad in the Ih modiipval lyric play playHut IaylIu h1YItia
Hut we w of today are not so o fond of having havingI j ji IIrltltdi
i ir lrtgo Irltltdi I Iii < IPN i H interrilplHi by extranootMi extranootMiIKittoi extranPIaIh4ttPr xlnlnffUI xlnlnffUIand
IKittoi and thin Mo scent nn n rpfuont to knit knitn knilIIII knitimitm
n IIII lf into tho Ih notion or 0 the Ih music nitMicln nllicIn
ln lyric tr Ir11I atiiiiit ot 0 the knit tJchm tJchmr hwhtmamiaerr liaiii > r rno
r no s rich r n ro N4OII oiirfo ami in stance atmot stancettivt
t ttivt If Indeed it rliould I he said id that the thontiro lit litor theItIhe
ntiro or roro rlotho the 11 play maii in utinoo utinooi sttnoeihire nOft nOftr
i IITO r < r IMJnnt > ortont and int inlIIiIY ti itv bettor ur f felt r11n lt lti
i n io iteserihed 1H > crit ritlfd > od That Th the Ih comK COmll JM > er Hid Hidtho IIlilh
5 the h dark color of r hi Pmh psthetiqiae psthetiqiaemrhonyand hlhII hlhIImr tiiiio tiiiiormphony
rmphony mr mrhonyand > hony and in rne cn ne plsco COO ovrnn HIIh HIIhir t tiliraise tiliraisef > liraj < o of
ir f ilk it iu anlody lody Iod does d not account for tho t h po poi
i Hial accomplishment of hia hi puriiour puriiourHIP Ir
HIP I hi rout ociot nillt INI MMieh I h III I lie liei 10
N i II ii 1 I adaptation iaattat Oh of means an > to 0 ond iou n1 MM tail in inH illul inemeliji
H iHiolul ul inoasurotnvnt In of tIe 110 value valiiov al II > r rQ
v 0 hevlril h Ir11 rotor as well wlllaa as of t otul OiII OiIIk style styleIC tyo
1 ho rniiktc k in h wntton with hth profound nruunm nruunmnIV m mfitv SflI
fitv I Tt nIV 1 tmuaia 1 nni 11I l ffinninjt ljtlll lnll to end d Then Th < i is isjdei 101 j
in jdei of lIn1t after ter the Ih ear a th thea theaI B Bi
I 41 1 II Th comaIpr < i nix 11I1 er nootiix m to toi mula4 0 0n
la4 i teen n lM 1 let > nt on < oiinc < > iinc i in in niimi tlir tlirrnmitin I IUlOI 1wpaTina
rnmitin paTina um of tIC I h ill dUIIA JIIIH and nl in IlIltl as Ifiii I hi bo 10 10 10IIoI1 has has3Ilhabtv MM MMHI
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Mr I Oor kxik NIl liitid 1011 in lit 11 piece IfH foiiRonml foiiRonmlHO I II
HO ph HIM I hi I Urto ar tn 1111 i iHl tilted it Cal a I j
14117 ly 1 It I a would e ule lo fatal Eli nI lit t It I < > li lie ciuros s f of Orat r i iit
it wojj < lit dm t II K Hrrriinn IIr inientrotod rlIfIy rlIfIyI l by byeaI > y yoaU
oaU I or nior irh li mrlMtioi InlIi II tonor tonorin or orI
in I h1 I apir S IIrII11 < Mii hints lii ng il i iIji luuiin IIlIn i lain of midnoMi midnoMiiiM 1IIn 1IInIi rim lness lnesslflIrhje
iiM lflIrhje > rlioo Ii the If fmfl kirt trom r > lie iiuio witon witonlirinn idanIlnl 1In 1InHr
Hr lirinn SJ tiocbtnt l < r il I if r lll the < wild wildlo wiIIro willteire
lo teire iro for ro iho h eiret rot ol tlio li uro u itunU itunUI 1 1rhi
I rhi hi Pa Mr I Sinah al < while w hil lisle not II forgetting l lMfir to tosimir < >
Mfir 111 well IIH III nii In flIii u muilo m IMTOV rllh clear cleari cleariiii
i 11 l hi < idoth sronolwramoaii seene tivine n a art artI iui hllri hllrim > ro < wie wielima
> lima m i to all that Ia had II preieded it itMrw Im amtmn
Mrw tmn m Dosimn wa praiseworthy alwDrhyI aa aaI asI
I a and It Mm m M 11111 nfhik mad a clear ri I Iitiioot IJ
J 4 itiioot l arii 01 thoCiunr thi t c Covstpa > Mr Ir Didur wnex wnexll wais a 05 05hlnt
ll 1In nt a TiHrti Trnes and nrt o nhr h r orondary orondarywere onrt I
pole 1 were sell o II filled hy to Minn Oluck OluckWitkhira nluCklJ1 iuekWfekhm j
lJ1 Witkhira W Guuv Mahl Mabkr LAb r DIM bit hisL 1
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RftyEiglith St And Seventh Ave AveANNOYNCE AveANNOVNCE AveANNOVNCE
flint appearance tt in the conductors chair chairaad ehalralld chairLad
Lad demonstrated doaar his hi value by an Intolll InllIIIfal Inteihigent Intolllgent
gent and communicative reading of the thescore tho8IOre thescore
score The otra o rA was handsomely handsomelymounted handaomlymOllnled haandotnImounted
mounted and the h manner in which the theiaty Ihehaty sheheary
haty > iaty 8ota ta were w cban chnaeld < rd wa a credit credito
10 > o Kdward flicdle and hia wcdl oil 11 trained trnl f 1 men menMany m mIan mentany
Many Ian interoaiinic and noteworthy point pointn pointsin
In n the production must pa iasm without men mention tOOlilion I1fnlion ¬
lion at this lime tin The l e record of the hour hourchiefly hourchiefly 1 1lhifty
chiefly concern it ItU of with the Ih fact that thatthe lhatth thatthe
the th opera l wa wOMb of the Ih effort fonIOw bo bostowed hesitoced
stowed IOw upon I ls presentation IIIlon Die I e full fullcat rllllCa41 fulleast
cat was aa follow followllrnruaa fohloasItermson 0110 0110rmaaD
llrnruaa rmaaD < 2o a 1 1 tetk tetkCoitnTbmnky tit titCount I
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TALKS Of FfMMVM iiosrvtxx1menbschs FfMMVMftffrnbarhs 11 11rnfrnbalha
ftffrnbarhs Opera Hrpralnl at the Ih Man Manhallan Manhltsn 1 1haUan
hallan te t l lArge arsr < > Aiultmrr AiultmrrTha Alltll AlltllTtl AUcIlrnrrThss
Tha Ttl are the days da of golden sunshine aunahinoat unahlnat
at the Ih Manhattan Opera house 110 IUao IUaolett WlIoIt IUgoletti
lett It < fon Wednesday crowiled crowdllhotlhatnt crowdllhotlhatntal1d tint theatre theatmanil theatreand
and Kloktra which may have ha another anotherhearing anotherhearing nolhrhtulng
hearing this season on aft rr r all filled it to tocapacity 10lIIcity tocapacity
capacity on Friday rlcta night nlg Yraterdays YraterdaysRalome YeasrdaysSalome <
Salome lo1lft ntatinot drew another big bigaudience hl hlaudf bigaudience
audience audf oolfl < while hll at laat evening evnings ning Tale Taleaof Tal Talor Taleof
of IIolTmnnn there IhrfUI wits Mn sinfor n f ccnpant > ccnpantfor I Iror
for every yr fut in th the homo hoi I besides > eidi d < wwrol wwrolrowa sevirnhrows ml mlrow
row of atitnding aildilnr Ur iron i A Mr MrUammerat alrHammerstein Ir IrlIammnhin
Uammerat in and greater i A tbo tia cliiKticitr cliiKticitrof InUeit InUeitor
of NOW s York ork IlOIklhonk IlOIklhonkTI < ockvtlHM > l lTalea
TI Tales of HofTmrnn n remain one 0 on of Iho Ihoboat Ih Ihwilnr thsIet
boat witnrMa wilnr to I tho I h owrntc sagacity Mtcicityof i lc ty tyor
of Mr Ir Jlamloout Harnin < riit iri Ihn > n 1Iivnl > iul of oftho ortb ofthe
the tb BarbierOffenliarii Boa liar h frOIf nlh work ork wr wrs IIlrio cirri il ilout cIIIUI iiout
out artistically and it i its attractIveness atlractivenoMthaa atlracUvnh
has h been well ehl II maintained without withouttrace a atrte i it
trace t or the Ih perfunctory rfunctor The Th drama dramaor dramaI dramaIor
or rathrr rath the th trio ri of on ret play con contitiitlng I Iatilllllnr istitithng
titiitlng atilllllnr tho Ih 1w U xt and 1 aition ktrj ktrjit ktM ktMi kueisits
it i its ho bout I i upon I lon the t1fCrto p > cUtor and OITO OfttD1 Ot1cLhamcIi
thach l dvltghtful muitu does do not grow grow4 grow4Last j jo I Iall
all I II
l Last lAt vninc o < CIt e t WHO w this lit sam 114mon iu iuon wi wion
on pritxioii rhltII occKHiniiit c0 Mairio Ia c uric itiiuiuil itiiuiuilwu
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and she he h pattere < l al allO alicuit > oiit the th stag last lutnlitht lastnight ut utnight
night with ilainty laint trtcd I ft l l liooidt Kingingnkilfully Kinging iirigingskilfully illKin II IIIIkllrjy
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devotion to 0 her art M 1111111 > IIIUH a note no prop proprly Irnlrl rrnjlrly
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the Ih OiulirUa of Mliw C axvlisr ijcr surely a aunique aunlqu auniqais
unique cpectaih pectAi J > lo Io and Irwiitiful lr withal withalwhllo witfliLIwhll withhwhile
while th Hoffmann of Mr Ir Dovrio wn wna w wmanly wasa
a manly and ronuntic rrPOnlltion ruination and andono lUulnn auulone
ono nn miMioally nlllll lally acrptable save for an anoocaional anoocaalonal anoccasional
occasional Lifwc Inl from rD tlio UI w pitch ilch Mr MrOilllmrt MrGilibert Ir Iromrt
Oilllmrt MM 1 Ointlt and n throng Ihron of ofothers orothra ofothers
others guve of tluir that ar IXH In 0 vivify th thminor timminor h hminor
minor character and Mr Ir 11mrlir 1mrb r con conducUnl condueled on onduwd
dueled with zonl zonlOftFKIf zooa zooaftI zemalourisr
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wa olwrved oh IfOl with < lr 1 lou > attttiticni and andapplatntinl IIn1Ialllld aaniII
applatntinl II Ialllld licni l o Iv 1 Tho Ih tmlile ni hi nuioii nuioiiWIM III IIIw laitisurwt
WIM w itdiinrahlv playo < l unilrr Mr r 1 1lln T roe roeeatuinis < M Midtilnl
idtilnl < lln dirMiiiin and thai h stage IC pictnri pictnriWITH IIlrwr tiuri tiuriwere
WITH agJIII ot 4 I rll1 Mild delicate IHHIIH IHHIIHThe 1 1rIm lwesitflue
The titular Il hnrwtoTH rllhrll woro er RIIIK I bv bvMine h hltn tmhne
Mine ltn IVImi nnd Mine 11 iaiNUi sIsk while whileMi williII whaleMiss
Mi Miss II tjtiiiiira Simrkm was linr I torr ami amiAJIKH amuil31is
AJIKH I Minu Illiirk wa the Ih Happy SA St StIIII Slitltii > n nlme <
> lme IIII IMna n xpnoMve v ftuf I eonwd eonwdfor 11I 11Iror
for a good ilnl 11111 in her II ierw > iiatioii and tier horunnmn h hjntin tiersinixig
unnmn cmif itiorooifinplitloil It muir remnpliIIrth IIIIiIIII tln > artntiu artntiuv arlistitvadii nlli nllivJ
v vJ vadii Jiio of POJKC ph I ° ° and of a coiiiniiind of timtil timtilvariety 1011111DrIt toramiletiety
variety DrIt Her t lh Ctae lie faro fur provided J1nIt 1 II ilrH ilrHmatic itreinatic trHlIIalc
matic inilrninatioii for Ito Ih fMiiinn IIin Mnie MnieOd Mniladiki Im ImCdIII
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vocal vocalal vocalaleopUa IMHUIV IMHUIVTonpolm lwahatvCoppelIaii
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brought boll ht Anna lavi haylowi w anal IIn Mirhnrl MirhnrlManikin 1ihll1Iordkln lirhneIdordkin
Manikin with ilh Mi Misis Ii do il 1 Ijrvin and situ MrSaracci Mr MrHaracco lrSaracco
Haracco to the Ih It fort In I rho rh baiUt haI tliat tliattut Ihlllhate slanthas
hate already twHoine I the II tulk Ik tif f I II lie town townIVIil tow unnm ii iiImhilwsi
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bv It Mr r 1olen 1olenMlnerta 1011IInra loilsstlIInra
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The Th Minerva Clu Clul HIM saul 111 the h MIIKIIT Iulth Iulthr IIaiugJaterof MIIKIITof
of r the I IV I < > nfedency have lu fimiliined mlln lie lieKivo I IICV it itgay
gay two tw eiiiertanui IrtalllloI > iitM in the Ih gnml gnmlUillrnoui Itrl1lIroc grsniliihlrisau
Uillrnoui of tho tI alilorf Anloriaon rian art llnri 11rlI Isrhi h hI
I In the I tim uflorn urtrn11 < xm there HI wall II lie I H chil chililmi eltilifrrtuc
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well II know xiiiitliiKn Or irico WIllI Vtfrx Vtfrxwill no nowilllCiv rwdli
will willlCiv give eevenil vrwl i Ui Iise ir I il iieiiess IOLIIC nceo and there therewill Ih Ihwill lunwill
will tx I > a Hpwutl 1 iniiMiivil pri propar r > nrirnine nrirnineIho it itItar m mltI
ltI Iho procord rMHfla of I lie h ent nlnainlll < rtatnin > iii will willntldeil tltIs III IIIddPtI
Is ntldeil to Iho Ih I fund whinli o ttti ih l tat tatwnds < il iliend > i iIndll
Indll iend In philanthropic h Olhroic work workIem worktslme i iHalemr
Halemr Iem at 1 the III Manhattan ManhattanHjlomo 1anhaIIsniIomne anhanHot
Hjlomo Hot 10m wa w was rovlvod at the th Manhattan Manhattanf ManhiitnsaaOjsra lanI1 lanI1r
Ojsra f > eri r llounyelorduy 110 ylrdIlYIIUmm aflemoon There Therowa Th I Iwa
was wa M large rllt audience and the Ih creation rtI of oftho IfIh ofthe
the Ih combined genius < nhlll of Oscar aenr VVilde WI < I Hiid HiidKirhard KII KIIRIIhrd cmiiiRiciterd
Kirhard Htmu 8t held It its attention nUon 110 110rrormaDNO Ihe Iheperformance iletrforman
performance wa remarkably brief ind indtherefore iasdtlaereforis
therefore to 0 the point Mary larden nrdn1Mom n nNatomt as asSilome <
Natomt Mr Ir Pnlmoro a as Hrrad nml nd Mr MrDufrann MrJhfranntui lr I
Dufrann a as JnknKnnn worn the th pnnrtpo1 poneipalimlmrconators nnll I j
imlIOnlo imM ronalor Mr 1 do d IA Kuonlo In mn IOnrtllCl eondaicted 1 1 1rinctod
rinctod rtllCl There Th will hn opportunity fivrl fivrlfurther r rrurh ft ftfurther
rurh further comment when the open I i III IIICatK re1 re1pea re reposted
posted postedS pea ted
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an n turning Irrformanre PrrfortnancetlrLhA IrrformanreHrLvsA fMormnffIIrLNA
HrLvsA Mon Marvh 3 Tom James Jamewthe Jam JamIh Jamesthe
the Ih actor died of heart dipeA di diease IIM < here h to today 10dy today ¬
day HP II wa a stricken l last < ui night while whiloho
ho h was proiarine for ro the Ih evening ninlt per performance performsnc r rrormance ¬
formance if i r Henry VIII VI UI II and a ml wa Wllmotfi re removed hemoved ¬
moved to In Iv hotel hul Ho II failed to rally rallyand mllyand rallyand I
and hi his death occurred tin morning morningThe morn morningThe in It I
The company hi h has cancelled its It engage engagernent engagementa nJl nJlmnt
rnent fImlny and an tho Ih tb tn 11I111 aneammisra < mU > m left tonight tonightfor Ionlihtror
for Now York ork Th l body > of James Jam will wilbx willboo wiflhi
bx cent to KIIIISI KII City the th honvi of hi hiwife hUt hUtwir hiswife
or laic la year 541 N louis James 1111 > eiit mot motof 1II000tor moatof
of hi his time on lour Ir playing IIin Shako ShllkuUtn ShllkuUtnnI Shakespotirianend M < urian uriannMe
nMe nI and ho h apiMvirnl a 1 I only ntxavionalty alonlI alonlIin
in thi thas citv Ho II wn w a man of good goodpresence ItXMtp goodprvuwnce
presence p n anti an a dinp M sonoa nnruu > has 1 nice ojciwhich oillwhirh nicewhith
which ho iio hiMi ii 1 S ith h effect after the Ih manner mannerof
of tho norailed n1 old ivhool hool of nctora nctoraNo 1110 1110So swtorNo
No Anipnran umcriamm Iri actor r wa more m ton oiierienced oiieriencedin
in Shikiwpoiiro ShI mind hi lfs r twrtoire n1rloi of ofrolo oflSies
rolo 11 lSies 1 wits a one on of tho th larges larsitHe jr9 largeslie
He II was 1 loris If 1M in Fremont III in I Inrl 154 154said MI I Iwild I
wild said nrl lint apNtrod 1 Itll I on tin Mage IJ in l l61 l61with 1ft 1ftwith nt ntwith
with the I Macaiiley stock company 011I < in intx In1lIi8III inlouisville
tx louisville > iu Ille 1 11 a young actor lor ho h wa most mnMpninii m1promlilt mostprernisitig
pninii promlilt ina and aftnr two year y ho h went wentto w wIn
to It Philadelphia and Joined jflinlllI the stork com company IOmpally cornpalsy ¬
palsy which Mm 1 John Drew U maintained maintainedin InlllindIII
in the th Arch ftreot treet t Th1 Ihontro In time Ih six six7iarw i x xyearn
yearn 1 that th ho h loinainod IIIln I with jlll tin organ organisation orltllnIyion organazatlom ¬
isation he h nCTitoil thn hot l best t of training tramincand lrainlnaand trainingand
and anpiired aIIII an mu tsw > of manner anil alull alullrliIinrtiv I IdiMinrtive Ialistinetive
diMinrtive tearing that h attracted alraN I the thoattention Ih Ihntion theattention
attention ntion of AiiKuntlii Inlv InlvIn lIhIn IalyIn
In 171 t ho II w wa inisnRil nII < I hy h fHilv to lOlIIIY lOlIIIYe plav plavt ilsvtops
t e tops rf tY4t ip1 in I 1iolTf > i rr at tfe to old Fifth FifthAvenue FirhvnI FifthvrnIaq
Avenue vnI Th Thoato re and nd thereafter hits hi poi poition jioltion fOOOl fOOOltion
tion in leading IIIn iafla < art wu w aiwiiroil 111I1 Some Someof Momneof n nor
of hi hilt characters hanl dnruit 1 II rill hj h i Italy Ial engage encsgonient engageowaut n1tm
nient m inr IndJd tniided d Dnnmurt Jorpn 0 Stir Surorr Suraerl arr arrYnuxg
Ynuxg l 0 nhieg Marlmr 11 and Hill Sifrr which ltlrh mdi mdicat rodiIII tndieat
cat III In las MTKiiilitr uilil Hi tI was iwirtirjlarly iwirtirjlarlyuixevofnl porticriharlysuctessftal
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in Mi I irker ThoHttv ft In tnoagii 11i < alC and andMagmit antiMagtiiec nd ndIILCli
Magmit IILCli in San Francisco tanf JI he artott teiI for fortlvo ro roI fortire
tire I year Y with lawrence IUrr Ua Itcrrett tt and andr atuitiuoomnpossletl I
iuoomnpossletl r < nmi < aniod him In I Ixoidon In IMI IMIwherohoapponreiiat 111 111w lMtwhere
wherohoapponreiiat w where h Iii aprIt appeared at the Ih lycoum 11 Theatre TheatreHemarrlfd 111lrarrl1 lhieat re relletnarrisl
Hemarrlfd lrarrl1 Marie IAri ainwriicht and suitwith tarred tarredwith
with her h1 in torerol rlI plav from rro ln I to IMO iwawhen 111 IMOLwtCfl
when i w hn they Ih diMmrrod di < 1 and separoitid separoitidPrufcwtional cpariti > d I
1 PrufoMinnal jeatoiuy is a mid id 10 pri hate hateoauo havhfk hautetittiwl
oauo tittiwl d the breAk hfk and a divorce dlol followed followedAfter 10101 followedtfter
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Tbe T Th Soiitiao ltal ho h appoarod p a ass Trmpe a Ntw lur u in inThe I anThe
The T Ijonn I Jnn Mouth h alfa thtli Ih thou 1 joined JolnlllI JolnlllIWanl I lreclrrmk lreclrrmktrli n leri k kWanle
Wanle trli with h w hiini h ho h pla rI lsd > < d 1 for Hevoril HevoriliHa ssverstaMhis 1 1an
iHa an aMhis oiK In hakrapejirijin arid other h leciti lecitinvj I legitaniH il
nvj mol < dram a inhing < uni ln lith 111 triUNly InJI and andfoinmly andIly androhIuMly
foinmly Ily part ith 11 moth < nn mlh < h Irc rres > tu < Whenthi When WnIhl Vhaetathis
this partnership ulnl end nI1 l ho headed hi his own ownomjkinr 0 ns I ft ftiomtIJans
omjkinr oll and plavnl I I ucli 1 di lh4 litrisi > ro part partu partsas rl
u as I truinitt irui lal Izhlof 110 tal Kirtirliru lirlli Imnmar ImnmarAy ImorvI nqmo nqmohl
> Ay vI r < r and Irrr I lunl 1 hi hiss l t rol 1 In Intho IIIII Ittii
tho II tii all al Mar r r nlnllr ruvial vj > al of The TwoOrphan TwoOrphanin Two Orhitaamis OrhitaamisSal
in I 1 llll toI M ho I Ii wa WA the li In 1 1n ii iis tidin
n s or lt n I i < tv 1 111 it 1 II 1 tns tnsThe 111Tf sr srVhi
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Troulisiliur Touhlur MHh lttu tlilnf tlilnfThe ttasfr ttasfrThe
The hhuljort thllr nnnoiinoi IIlInDlmet that Ih1 their theirTioxt IhirISI theirTacit
Tacit spring rrint mii mllCII musical icil pnxiuction dICIO will wi Im ImTroul I IIlal behmuIaause
Ilal hmuIaause Troul rrnuldnaur rouldmll > adoiir m 11 ilstrtta oi 1rla rtta in inacta I lamtImes
I tImes acta act Ca with wih mils mllo o by Keln h Albmi Albmiand Allminiand hini hininclNk
and nclNk hook by Jo pli llertiort lrll The 11 pioni pioniIxgnn pi piIaln juilwg
Ixgnn Ialn lwg n rehearsals rhnl yoxtoriluy istitita u > tattler 1 th thdirection Il IiitiLfection
direction d ll < n of orr Mr Herbert lrln and will wil shortly honlyprod1
bo nroducod tint llt of town townJlmlajni townIlan town3lwtan
Jlmlajni Ilan Troiibailour TDlbodol ha lass lioen don donwith dOl dotiswith
with Ih notnwiirthy suicrms ucr > > In Vienna inn and andHerhn andHinm nd ndrln
Herhn rln and ld all 11 the Ih ononal ofn1 muic nlll t ttsic by
lbini 1111 IH rtjino1 al1 for A merniin mr1 prixluc prixlucti Iflllr IflllrTh
ti thai n lh lime IHWU k liy ty Mr Ir li ilnrtsrI > rl Mr rt thnMRh thnMRhfixmdod IIllll IIllllrnd1 thaiHighfnindwt
fixmdod mi trWt In vnn itne in tvntrul nluld1 nl idea i a as thai ttiatn thatteit
n 11 teit od aliriMd 111 U I t MMniinlly ntially Illiy now n fh fhKn lhMae I
Kn Mae tio of r the Ih opentin ffWrun U 110 Mil 11111 laid in II ma Pan Panati
Th I ti onn1uay IIlIy inhlll ati atihi 1 lteassuiaer lteassuiaeriuieir r
1 hi iuieir > olor I JtJiIti iih Jh llorlierl lrlrl Krunk i Uraveam UraveamMa rn ravl ravlIu i iMtir
Mtir Ma Iu fClr rgurite < iHTito SaiiiiTa Slm Iorinn L rll Anna Annaheaioti Annahatoti lno
Wht heaioti ami 111 tiri in ni > ¼ NKlwin NKlwins wlwiamliimnortz < will
s 0 iiim liimnortz lrlr7 < rt7 Ronnil manager of ofOriMtor fitI r rhl
Snout I lr lratnlttiil > iinlind ha has jilt JI completed completedplin cotaiplttriIhilalts
plin I by which nn mlunhan IIrlhanl of attnir attnirtlini IItnlC IItnlCalid atinacturiN
turiN anil noveltio novel IIi ice wII wall > ill l ls triad Iwtvtn lie wei weitla i ith
th I Coney I insy Y Inland 1111 itirk irk and tho th h KiiRliih KiiRliihand EIRhI Esglshasl
and an I KnriHnn lrI1 amiM arhu2itsent 1Int > ment enterpriM enterpriMc thlerrsee thlerrseetiitutritlhsI rr rrlrI1
tiitutritlhsI c ntri lrI1 > ld by h J J Henry 1nr llo I of Ixndon IxndonMr
Mr I 1 1 liss > parks urk nr m l at l ldncIitu vinlon Vutitus Vutitusltulasst letitiu letitiuItudil na na1tIt
Itudil 1tIt ltulasst Mt CAiro ir Mru ImI flruls xK Hlurl Ilnlol IlnlolIJIlor httiucIool httiucIooliIiwhilorf > ool oolliiM
liiM IJIlor iIiwhilorf < orf and ali Iartu IartuFroilMrir Par ParIHrir IariisFruIrir
FroilMrir IHrir lln 11mlc > mp on will 1 giv give IV Him1 Him1jftoniivm this thisuft hi I III
uft jftoniivm nastti at II tin S h lu Now tew Ainittinlim Iheuiro Iheuironil lhisat l r rall
nil 1 invitation u dr itru ilniirxjl of alo aloIns aI aIiI ustliis
Ins iI litit hl1 hut it prndin ItCh which wah a I ilu Kill w1 wa I I I a athuis < pro proiluio1
iluio1 I for 1 r lie th t 11 Ir rM inn 1111 t utti Monday Ittmi lay ni I ma iglat hl at atthe ii iiS i iun
S the I Court 0U1t un t441ur 1116 iiuro Th Thf Tlaoat atri ri Springflotd SItririattielitMae prinllltt t tMKW
Mae I 11 Eli plty i ss < Iv Porter Pr Crncrwn CrncrwnItrowne 11
Itrowne Ir author of A F fiwtl l Thore 1 Vn VaAt n I IAt
At 1 n npciil 1 moitini 11 of r Ihx tl Utunl INt of ofilinmoni ofthreeton I Ilron
ilinmoni lron of r tho Ih I h Vitionil ut lllal 4otial A Ascittat MHmtion tiIlulI tutu of ofrhiitnrnl ofrlaatrit r rnlrirl
rhiitnrnl nlrirl al nxluHtii lrNIIMIK Manager held 111 at atho oth ittlii
> ho h ajxxiHtioti Uol room I10m in tie Ii ual TIIIIOH Ti Itmld Itmldiiijj 1lil 1lilII ItitilalaIatz
iiijj II vtiTilny it I wit w diMided to call 1 a aiim 0 t tttuitss
ttuitss iim iiMtinc 1Itll tliit itit noil Iriduv Irillv aftonioon aftonioonit nlI
a tat it the li AMr Ilr Thoatin to tu ti task ak nrtion nrtiont HtOI
lot t to t the I child lid M labor > i la Ismi AH of the theilinVfMil Ih IhlilTn1 theilifl
ilifl ilinVfMil lilTn1 rttit MtaloH 4tal al ui ii mi far rlr a itu lao I lu law lawshave i ilinve Ihll
have hll rferonto to or r effict niH 11 > t Slut th app llIo appear appearlint < > ar arunii
11 lint of ihililrn dlidrn on fn the h i tato > I in ihoain ihoaintal Ihar I hlcairst
t tal oi 1 prixluctlonM A roinnii rml l tii including melllhll incluutinghlitary i iHenry IIINr
Henry IINr H I llirrt > chulrninn lhalrun Mart II Maw Klawin Mawanti law lawan1
anti in < Wilm Villiani A Bristly Irn wn wes n apiy ailtwinteil > ino < l in ii iimeet I Imeet Im
m meet Monday and arrange arml preiinimanen iminri I a
TIKIt TII HtT f7 TO JET tiF 4 WWIK OV OVTtiloka e eTla IPXThinks
Thinks Tla II I Is S Not o Being lng C All A I It I WI ilhl t J te telratrn I IIrsIn
lratrn 1 the hp Kail 1 Mdoaa Ne l < Gee ea lute luteHfwrMratltiaa Il IlMaU tat tathver4flcatla
HfwrMratltiaa Iliad nerhrr human tillmaaThinks auaTln humanThinks
MaU f
Thinks Tln It is I B Hems 4o rretiy Well WellPark eit eitPeril I IIrl
Park Irl Commissioner Commllonfr Charlea n Stover Stoverwho Rlovrwho Stoverwho
who waa scheduled ahulO to 0 speck ak on little ltle park pnrkaIn parkIn
In the Ih tat Side nt II the annual nnll meeting of ofIho orIh ofthe
the Ih University lnlvraltT Hetltement Hultmt Society It held heldyoetenlty hel lucidvsstenliy
yoetenlty Inl afternoon arrmo in the th settlement settlementI tttmtt tttmttho
1 hoiwo ho at ISI Rldrldge at tnl root did not say sayanything NTal sayunytlilag
anything at all al about little ltle parka prka on o Ihe Ihei theIael
i I Kaat t Hide HI but hit devoted hi bbs speech aah to tocriticism tocriticistis 0 0lrllllmI
criticism lrllllmI of lh II ltae aettlemenfa tlmo work and andJHUgReHtlon ald aldug studisuggrsttion
JHUgReHtlon isuggrsttion ug llon aa A to u what might mllht b be done doneI
I Tlio nl CommiMinnrr HUM Ilt tzwl la I he > head of the thonetilemont t t11mnt thesettlement
settlement 11mnt when it i wa w known kow n ar as the theNViRlilxirhood thei theeigtiimorhootl
NViRlilxirhood i hhfrhod Ouild Ollid and Us b said Ild yeater yeaterdty yestertltsy Ir Ire
dty e that he h was not wholly whol In accord aCnt with withtho wllbth ciliathe
the th method 1tlh and form ut f it Its preoetit 1 lt day daywork dlYrk claywork
work workTho rk
Tho Th institution Intl uton said Ihl be bf should bol pay paymorv pT pTmor payantru
morv attention alnlon to outside affairs alTalr It I ia iatint I Ino istitti
tint no modest Iot considering Ihe expense esp of ofI orIii ofIts
Iii I it Its val vaa plant Ilnl How 10 many people ple who whopace
1 pa 11 pace by It I door do care cre anything any thine about bu It ItI itAnd
1 And d yet 1 the University lnheriy Settlement Hllent should shouldI abouldIbe
Ibe I tw 1 the mot 10t honored hono institution Ittulon on the thebat l th thFsat
bat Side aa a it ia not today The Neigh Selahbrbu Neighbrhood
1 burhood brbu lulld uld of twenty IWMI years YMf ago < 0 had hadmch aa aamilch asmuch
much Influence Infunc aa the the settlement ulmtt has to today tosisy 0 ¬
day dayThe ly
The CommiMioner baa been b riding a agotxl alox agood
I good lox deal dMllul lately upon u n the Second ad avenue areaueelevated avenueelevated yuue1nl1
elevated and people pple have h bumped bump Into Intohim nto ntoI nb nblainu
him on his bl way tip and down stairs Ac According According c ccnln ¬
I cording cnln < to Mr Ir Stover Ihe aetttanent aetttanentought Atemet Atemetoldt settlementought
ought to make the authorities Altborit provide providewider providewhlr providewider
wider stairways stairwayaI atalra atalraI
I hope hop to plant plnt SV t ombardy poplar popUraon pplara pplaraon
on IVUncey llny atreel he continued roatau but buthow buthow buthow
how long 10aI will i they Ih live 1 If I people aple are al allowed allowed 1 1lowed ¬
lowed to treat tnt East Hide parka aa they the do doThe doTh doThe
The Th settlement atltmt ought ou h prl to address addl itself itaelfto Itt itselfthe
to the Ih children chldn and their parent pat and andthorn andteach nd ndtMeh
tMeh teach thorn to respect fpt growing Kwing thing thingThe thlnpTh thingsThe
The Th proper construction cntrcton of ash wagon wagonand wagonsand I < OM OMand
and the th propr flushing nuhln of street in summer by bytho bythe i itho
tho urn I of the all It water pUnta pln went wtn two twoother twnIh twoother
other Ih topic 10plC in which whih the settlement aettlementfhould altmffit altmffitholl settlementshould
should holl be interested according to Mr MrStover MrStnver r rSInvr
Stover HH Ht also aln advocated dYOtd cnlag the etab etablishhmont Iwitallishirnwnt Ib Iblhbm1
lishhmont lhbm1 of orn an Fast Side Id muaeum and art artVon arlJ artgallery
gallery 11
J Von 011 should holl be h mom militant mltnl Mr MrOilman Mrilmsn r rOiman
Oilman Oiman mid he h speaking llpklng directly dlltly to toMend 101d tohead
Mend 1d Worker orker Bobbins Rhhl Oilman Oimn who whoun was waaan wassin
an attentive alnUy laltr laltrn listenerWhen listener listenerWhen
When n the Commissioner mminr wa VI was through throughand throuehand throughand
and the Ih applause ppllU had Id died dlt down cow Mr MrCilinin MrUthn MrIltnsn
Cilinin Uthn arose af to Rive jlv an account acunt of Ihe Ihework Ihework thework
work done at the th settlement tlmnl He le said saidtilit saIdtliit ld ldthll
tilit the Ihf matter of the Ih Hooond Knc avenue avenueclevntml aynuImin avenueelevated
elevated train Imin had altwdv alld been taken takenup Iktn Iktnu
up u I by h the th settlement Imt and nd wile wi now before Imforeth beforethe
th the h Public Ithl Service Nrlc Commission Cmmlo He Hestood liestossi I I
stood Iol alimiliitely for broadening brollltinc the Iht scope acopeof
of fr the Ih Institutions Inttution work aaid il he and andprophesied ad andiprouheeird p I IIrlhit
prophesied Irlhit uttit advance adynC along the h linen linenof
of fr out nutid i < ln activities i Yit I He le II reported relorte that thatlaiooo thatiIu
laiooo bath blh hid been bn old aid at the settle settlement lI iettleturnS tl tlmrn ¬ I
turnS mrn bouts hOII in the th past ytr year and Ind that tht In InJanuary Inlaflhlt7
January 11111 Still IUII tOO 1 pt children cblldn had been I in inregular Inrlulr inregular
regular attendance alndnc at the meetings of r the theduo thecuh theclub
duo rlulr formed hy the settlement ttlmfnt The Thesettlement T Thesettlements
settlement cuh penny provident bank b k sys system iastetn ¬
tem I is the th Urgent Irrt pn in the United Unlt States Statesand Mtt Statesand q
and ld Canada CanadaIn Onlb OnlbIn
In January last lt 310W o people Jpl came into intothi Inlothi intothis
thi building huicin for nome pur PJII purpose > oae or other othernnd olhrnnd otheratml
nnd I maintain rnilfllhat that there must mWt have been beenome beensome n nm
some m influence innllf for ro rood J11 exerted by the thevttleinenf theork thesettletnentis
vttleinenf work ork he concluded concludedome cncudtfi cncudtfiJam concludedJaanes
Jam Jaanes > ome Sparer KPr whose wht resignation tltlon tltlonIAr a atreasurer ac actreasuter
treasurer IAr of the h settlement 11mnt had hl been ao aorepied a soetrttt
repied rffl early ary In in the meeting tnt with wih resolu resolution flu flulon resohutlons ¬
tion lon of regret r came am up to the b platform platformfor plator
for the I hfO second Ind time in the tb twenty tw yearn yearnthat yearsthat ra
that he h hail h been l connected cnnflP with the thesettlement the11ml theuwtthnsent I I
settlement 11ml a 411 he said id Mmnelf Mmnelflt frl
lt i is not due u to the Ih remarks nrkll of o Mr MrStover MrStoer Ir IrNlofOl
Stover NlofOl that Ihl < I have resigned hcnI Mid he heIf h hIr hehr r
If I had known that he was w to attack arrak the theeettlement aher thesettlement
settlement I would woul have h remained mal 1 1II as astreasurer astresaurr
treasurer He II praised Iralw the Ih work wor of Mr 31r 31rI MrI i iOilman I
I Oilman and nd tuld Id thai good had h Itcen done doneIn n
1 Oimn In h Ihe tim h work wlk Inside the th Cn four rOlr wall w11 of the theM h1 h1tffi I Isettlement I
M settlement Al Alsi o he h hoped that Ih In thej thejfuture Ih IhrUlu 1 Ifuture
future rUlu the Ih CnmmiiMioiwr bor would IM a ahl ahlIn alileto Me Meto
to walk alk nn ta to the lh elevated at and return tm to toearth SOearth 0 0rlh
earth rlh unwathed He I trusted tnl that lh Mr MrSlorr MrPltovtrc I IHlor
Slorr trees would l bear > e r many ony leaven leavento lfY
to 0 hade hllc the Ih Commiionern Comrhlnnr head headTheCommiwiionerneemed I
TheCommiwiionerneemed 1f omnlionr mllo to think that thathe IhalI thatFa I
he I Fa had orohen 11 somewhat Imhl too 10 hastily htiy for forhe rordI forlie
he > rlo dI > d the Ih meeting liy saying Mlno that he helieheved t heielivei
lieheved that nurh 11 work aa the University UnlfilIInl Universitytttleiieot
Settlement IInl wa < doing doin was Wi worth what it itCOM it10t
COM 1 IHII innnntitrh a as u is i the Ih not I1n nettle nettlerwtit settlentalt 1 1m
rwtit m hoiiM 01 In America mfrira it should holid be the theKreatnM Ihflltfal thegreatest
greatest ltfal 1 in the I countrr llnt whirh whhh accord according ar accordjag ¬
jag i to U 0 the Ih common > mln opinion is I not nt the thnfitM thec theelms
elms c aiil i1 he heTlie h herlie
Tlie 1 im rllnl aneeting tinu waa presided ld1 < i over by byNichols b blrol byichiolae
Nichols lrol Murray lrV hastier hll r fommiimioner fommiimionerof Cmmlot1
of Immigration Inmllftion Williams X illiam liII the Ih flnit nlt cw4kir cw4kirsail v ker keraui
sail 1 thai Ihil a al > mnt i > n > M > nt immigration mmltnUion wa very venrhnvy veryheavy M
heavy h atid al aauItIust that thl Slin luJ lwrOltie ropl passeil passeilthrotighi > aMie < l lIhrougli IIhrlllh
Ihrougli Ihrlllh Kill t l Ian Island and ypHtertLiy ypHtertLiyIn y yn
In n addition adtiliol to the resignation iRotl of Mr MrSjieyer MrSpryer Ir IrSyo
Spryer Syo Seymour Imour It I L Cromwell Crmw1 renii reeigatd isf ied a aMxrvmry aOnry asecretary
secretary Mr II Spever will wi continue n in to toMn misM n nn
Mn M n hVf < > on 01 the I council rUllcU and 1ierr Jay will willtnk willlak willtaiki
tnk hi his ijce tIace Ia > an trea 11r treasurer urer Kobert UIrh J JMtvul Ithtnil
Mtvul < iw the h new eevntary llty Now S roam memle mmr roamtier
le tier nt of r th coiiniil Nnll to serve r for threw threwyenrn Ih threeenni < Irl
yenrn enni are V Kverit Ev rl rit Macy Kxlwsnl lwI1 II IIa
IVa leaslee a li Tliom Iom M I JMievoine Jhvoi and James JammH Jam JamI
H I lteiHilil n Ihl > Sirhola Murray Ituller ItullerKjtmirl nUIIrI
I is irsdiltrlat irsdiltrlatFaunurt ritu ritutmrl
Kjtmirl OIHtratlon hralon In Itekln Iteklnfl llrookltn llrookltnTlie a a1It
Tlie fl 1It lion lon Julia ltn Purroy Prry Mitchel will i I IhHlnnall Ic Icelanartnat M Mclminnan >
clminnan at a the Ih rel c4ehnttion Ihnllon l > mtlon to ti be h held hl < i ithin III ifIat
thin II fIat evening III il alt t the Ih O ew Mnntatik Theatre rel Theatrelit I Iin I
in 1 HnMiklyit in 1 honor IIr of if Holier lohM Kmmet Kmmetunder Fmmrtujidr mml mmllIudr
under Slit t nui alajicee 1I > iice C of r lift Ih Brooklyn n Clan1 Clan1ua Cln Clan I Ila Itmainct
la tmainct ua ine 1 > lime 11u Itev It Iti Matthew Uhw 1 Tieniey rii7tstor I Iivi
tstor ivi tor of r the li Church ltitrt nh a of tho linmarulat linmarulatlliaif IllmJrulal ImmiaculatIii
lliaif Iii 4 a if f Mary will I deliver 11 the th principal principalriralioli prilCipl1 principaltrulaotm
riralioli 111 I ltnnr Ititerstuemi IhrllkrawilJOmlta IhrllkrawilJOmltauIII piiikeni kern will lie JO j arnttan arnttanMiurMaluots ml Lin LinMiifMaliint
MiifMaliint and aim John 1 Meaeher r1lhr AsiISrltl A Al
siISrltl l > fial iiiiiHiMl 111 programme n amm has h been I nr Ir IrrII arrttageI j
ranged rII anil an I tin I rendenng lIorinlt of Cijelic I itongn itongnwill snsgiwill nJ
will wi l lc e A prominent feature fentilrrJuilgr featureJuiir J Jut
Juilgr ut rmrKrr Psrlcrlolngto li > B la Rinsla Rsla ltustaenairasrk ltustaenairasrktuitig andTurhr andTurhrliidg nl Turk
liidg 1111 Alton H Parker Iar willed UI ye yelenlsv P p ptnlav
lenlsv 11 for rlr HatiiliiirK 1hllrl by the Ihf Hamliurg HamliurgAtiienmn Halhlrr llausluiirgmaierramm
Atiienmn maierramm r liner I r Kaiaeriu 1liarin Augiiote I II VIP VIPlonu Vu Vutorus c cIhr
lonu Ihr for r1 a vacation Y Uion of l two IWI month molh HM HMwill H Hwil Iiwatt
will wil K to llerliu Iwrlil from Hamburg and wilt wilti willuraycl
ravel i lhenc Ih through throu h Russia RII Turkey Turkeyanil Turk ruurkeyutsil wi
anil 11 Italy lie II ia accompanied comnlpd liy I hi hiwifn h hwr hutwufe
wifn hi luimi Krandaon rallI and Mr n Dmlel Man Manniiii Mminii IJn IJnII
II niiii ia ii ig
Kitty I Ihenthama lira ntham t hams Merital MeritalMi ReettatMiss It ItIi
Mi Miss Ii Kitty Kity Klirnthnm hrllm will wi give Iiv a recital recitaln r4i1 r rn
in > n Weiinewiay Inlly afternoon rmn March lrh IB II at att
t rlonk < dok at II th t the lleUaco U1 Htuyveunt Htuyveuntriiealre HllIYfnt HllIYfntThlr Stuyvesantrlieairr
riiealre for ro the Ih finned of the music muaiooliool muio musicwlisd
oliool of the th last Hldfl d house 10 Hettlem HUltnunt Nsttlmt NsttlmtU nt ntBI
1 U BI h Seventysi vMenlyPitlliMtreetandtheKm ntYfll It III street t and tb Pt River I
u I Irobey
Tobey Handmade Furniture Furnitre is isthe isthe isthe
the highest known achievement achievementof i iof
of the cabinetmakers art artTTke artThe artT6
The Tobey T ohey Furniture FurnitureCompany Furiture I ICompany ICompany
Company i
11 1 1 West V Ct Thirtysecond Thirscond Street StreetArar StreetNear
Near 11 FlIt Mtmut i4vstarI It Iti
i i e
J Made r sa4 m Haaae UoIIssCru T eji Cre e a ea eaThe Sate f fLade
Lade lams half
t1 BJ BJCuarr sys sysThe
The Cuaarder Cuarr Luaitanla Llanla which whld arrived arrivedIn an
In Quarantine Qusrant from IJverpool l rl and Queen Queesstown Q Queentown
town on Friday FridT night started trted up the bay bayyeaterday NYytnT heyycstenlay
yeaterday morning at sunrise f fl2 25 oclock oclockher ociockher
ytnT mora Mnr oco
her commander cmmndr Capt apt pt Charles Carll < t appar apparently Appr apparently ¬
ently I expecting Iptn the revenue reYue cutter ctt to toIntercept tou toIntercept
Intercept her u on the ah way wa aa happenometimr happen hpPoa hpPoarmtn happenssometimes
sometimes Now ow the cutter rUtr does d not notleave notIlv notleave
rmtn te
leave Ilv the th Battery ttry until unll 7o 1 oclock ocl and andthe lad ladthe stud studthe
the custom Itom men In thought Iboubt that tI Capt CaptChnrlen C CaptCbariet < It ItlarlH
Chnrlen larlH knew klw this thiThe thisThe hll
The Te Hrat frt Intimation Intmtio that tht the lb h Mg Ic ahip ahipwaa alp alpwa hlpwas
was wa out Ol of Quarantine Quarnti came cm to Boarding BoardingUflioer Brln BrlnOnlOr
Uflioer OnlOr Howard Howa Mteinert me Iner when whel she loomed loomedoff loomet loometo
off o the Battery fltry furaulng lnult her a with any
hope ho of catching nUcbln up was hopeless hop The Thecutter Ttleteor Thesttter
cutter teor went nl to Quarantine UranUnaod quarantineand and put puthl puthltl aboard aboardveuMl aboardtesela
veuMl there tl Including Incudln the tte Hamburg HamburgAmerican llmbur
American Amricn liner In 1reaident ldl Lincoln Lacoln which whichliad whic whichhad
had 7H70 71 steerage atp pasnenger e the te usual usualforce ul ulrl usualtarcs
force rl that taken tkN the declaration dlrton of paa paanenger pusengers
nenger wnc Meanwhile enwhla the th deputy dttTurtr dttTurtror deputyurvey deputyurveyor survey surveyor p
or or deiiuty collectors tlltr and an Jnon Jnonn inspectors Inapectoraaaaignrd inspectorsassigned
aaaignrd n to take tk nire r of the Luaitanla Ltla Ltlafnpr Lumltanlaspassengers a apawengera
passengers took tok the continental oallDealal route rut to tothe tothe totle
the fnpr Cunard eUIIn pier at the foot fot o 01 West WeatTtiirteenth WNt1llrnth WestTalrtirnth
Ttiirteenth 1llrnth street saying lne things not nt corn oomplimentary cm cmplmnr cornplimentary
Cbarle CbarleOno CbazlesOn t
plimentary plmnr to 1 Capt Cpt CI
Ono Onf On of the thf reason rn for the te Lualtaoiaa Lualtaoiaahurry LtDI Lusitsolashurry
hurry it was w meld was to get In to her herdock htrdo herdock
huill ad
dock do in In n time Um to t laud lan all al her h Immigrant Immigrantmore Imm immigrntsmore o om
more m than a thousand thol at Ellis EU lalnd lalndhfo Inland Inlandliefore letandbefore
before hfo the Ih wod of the short Government Governmentday armel armeld
day d winding wlnlllLuP o up at noon D a Hue R Hh was w sue eucceawful ec suecesaful
ceawful Cul In this I and thus thu got rid rd of the Uieneceaalty tl tlntT thenecessity
necessity ntT of boarding brJn and watcalag watdlq the thoImmigrant U theimmgants
Immigrant Imml until thi Ui this morning mr The TheIVeaideet 1e 1eI Thelrrsidnt
IVeaideet I > dt 1101 Uncota Baving ylB wkitod wI for fo the therevenue U therevenue
revenue rvuue cutter ctter was usable Ul to lend I all al her herImmlgrante be beImtr herImmigrant
Immigrant Imtr at the Wand UaadTo WandTo
To the custom c teen m I it looked lk aa a if the theuaitaala te teltl theiustania
uaitaala ltl had hd detiberately dbtlT set I out ot to totbe do doUie dothe <
the German Oern ship and they te did dd not Dt feel feellike r1Ikl feellike
like Ikl showering aorin Ilr favors aY on O the te Luaitanla Luaitanlawhen Ltnl busitanlawhen
when else e arrived In dock do Capt Cpt Charles Charleswaa C DwIeiwas
was told tl that tt arn he would wol have to go to the theCustom Ue UeCtom theCustom
Custom Ctom Houae Jou and clear clr hIm h aMp a K p before beforeahe bror beforeithe
ahe a would woul be b permitted prte to t begin bn discharg discharging 11 dsthargjug ¬
jug in cargo cargoand and he b did d The n cabin paaaen paaaengern pssengers
oa oawr
gern caa were wr permitted Itt to land la and ad their thfr thfrdflton theirdeclarations
declaration dflton were we taken 11t oa the te pier This Thianvwnt Tl Tlat Thisnvnt
nvwnt at a delay of more mo than tb aa a P hour ho and andthe ad adthe andthe
the paaaencera did dd not like lke It I The Thegeneral Te Tepaerl Thegeneral
general paerl pr opinion opilon however howtn was that lht the theI te teJotoa thefusitania
I AWitanla Jotoa got a shade the better bt of It by
docking doidol first Iot and nd a Ilbmlt submitting to examina examination eumi xamtnslion ¬
lion later lleor The Te line lne Mid that lht no affront affrontwaa root rootw
was w Intended IDInd to 0 the custom caton men ra raFtT menFIT4L raenFITM
Voting Man n Fill F Bead After Af Hate aat l lFrom tp tpF Up UpFrom >
From F Depths e of r a Mine MtaeMOCNT MineM0VNT f fIOC
MOCNT IOC HOP loPI N J March 1lh SAffer SAfferclimbing 5Ar 5Afterclimbing
climbing two ladders lad leading out of ormino ofmine a aroino
mine shaft hr here hr early this thl morning morningJacob morng morngJab morningJacob
Jacob Jab Kverroont EYrnt of the te night nat shift ahr fell felldead felldl felldead
dead dl of heart hr disease d He was IB years yearsold 1n 1nold yearsold
old The ladders laddra are al each 106 10 1 feet long longand lonl longand
and Erermont Eyernt climbed cmb both bt rapidly rapidlyHe rapidlyle
He le wan w employed ImplO by Ihe Empire Steel Steeland 81HIand Steeland
and Iron Company
Evermont Enront Compny started ur during the lunch lunchhour lunc lunchI
hour to climb clmh out of the mine min on o a friendly friendlyrace rriendl rriendlr
race with fellow workmen to see who whowould
r wih worlJn
I would reach rh the top first rt In order orer to toreach t toreach
reach rah the cage which carries carri the thl men menthn meaIh menthis
this Ih last t alp I to the surface ura the te two lad ladder l leddent ¬
den have to be h negotiated nKtaled first r L Ever Evermont Evr Evermont
mont mnt ran to the bottom bttom Udder lder and be began h begsa ¬
gsa climbing cUmbnc swiftly He n never a slack slackened slackisoed lk lked ¬
ened > ed hta bi pace though thab Jiia uis riyal were werefar wentar worefar
far below Io pc him Just before bfo La 1 e reached reachedthe hM hMthe
the elevator he h dropped on his hi face fa and andwhen andwhen
leYtor an
when whe picked pice up he drpp was w dead deadThe de deadThe
The young man had h work corked ad here her hut butone hutoe hutone
one oe week Wfl olLmn lie le lived lved In wore Hibernia Hlhn with withhia wt withhis
his hi mother ills I father rat was killed kie in ina InA Ina
a mine mne there ter several ral years f ago agoPRIXE 3K 3KPlrt agoPRIZE
Prrdrrle rte ThemiMeti Te Wm c L009 OOO far 1 aa aaAmrrleaa anAmerican
American Anm Pta PtaNEW P P2aNaw >
NEW HAVKN March 1rc i The T Yale TaleDramatio YaleI YaleDramatic
Dramatic Dtlo Association Alatoa announced anloo today todaythat toT toTtt todaythat
that tt Frederic Frrl Thompson Tomn had offered oler a aprixu ar aprlvs
prixu of Wono NO to the t Yale ale undergraduates undergraduatesto uDdrpdut
to help build huld up playwrlghtlng playldtnc at the theuniversity te teuIY theuniversity
university uIY raity The Thi play must mw be b on Amen American Amr AmrI Amencan ¬
can cn life 1 of today to No o play pl with wit foreign foreignor rorlll
or historical hial ril suiting ul will wi be accepted acceptedPreference apl acceptedPreference
Preference Prrrenc will wi lie given nD to a drama dramadealing dr dramadealIng
dealing dlaln with wlh a current Curreont question qUton of vital vitaland Yitalald vitalstud
and ald common ommoa interest but hit full freedom freedomia rrom rromI
ia I 1 allowed in the choice holO of aubj ubJt ot No Nolimitations SoImittonl Nolimitations
limitations Imittonl an set I on the construction constructionof olalnlon olalnlonof
of the play I save that tt it I must not require ntquirea nure nureIrKCal
a large IrKCal cast nor norholid norahould should it be hu 1lricaAI 1lricaAITh a asceniosifair asceniosifairThe scenic affair affairThw
The Th play plT ia to bo h selected lt by b1 a com committee commit cornxnitttse ¬
mittee mit on 0 which whih will wi IM L Mr Thompson Thompsonand Tompn Tompnald Thompsonstud
and ald several rl New York newspaper men menIt nn nnIt menit
It M rd said id that Prof Pof William Wiim neWPPr Lyon ro Phelps Plielpswill Mlel Mlelwil PhelpswUl
will committee committeeIf wil rommlw be I the Yale Ie faculty fauty member nHm r of the thecommittee te terommlw thecommittee
If I no play is i I found rourJ of sufficient un merit meritMr nHrt nHrtIr meritMr
Mr Ir Thompson Topn reserves M the lh right rldt to with withhold withhold withhold ¬
hold the prim prl In the t event evot of olaptc acceptance acceptancethe
the winning play will wl bring brng it It author autr not notonly notoly notonly
only the price but bu ryalU royalties The T closing
date h of p the h competition compttoa ia I July I 1h IIlumphreyt
77 77Humphrey 77IUWIreYA
Humphrey IUWIreYA SeventySeven SeventySevenFamoaH SeventySvn SeventySvnFamOUA SeventySevenFamous
Famous Remedy for Cold ColdGRIP Cold ColdGRIP ColdsGRIP
Grip like lke Malaria assumes assume many manyforms manyrors manyforms
forms rors so that When Grip Grp pre prevails prei preivails prevails ¬
vails everything cvcrthing is Grip GripSeventyseven Grp GrpScventyscven GripSeventyseven
Seventyseven taken early earlyknocks erlyknocks earlyknocks
knocks it out promptly promptlyTaken prmptlyTaken promptlyTaken
Taken during durng its it prevalence prevalencepreoccupies prevalenceproccupie prevalencepreoccupies
preoccupies proccupie the system and pre prevents prevenls pievents ¬
vents iu it invasion invasionTaken invaion invaionTaken invasionTaken
Taken during durng an attack atack it itlightens itlghte itlightens
lightens lghte shortens and ultimately ultimatelycures ulimately ulimatelycre
cures cre
Seventyseven breaks up hard hardstubborn har hardstubborn
stubborn stubbor Colds that cling clingHandy clng clngHandy clingHandy
Handy to carry car fits fts the vest vestpocket vet vetpocket vestpocket
pocket All Drug Drg rug Stores Stor 25c 25co 25cUumphI 25cJtumphrrvs
Jtumphrrvs Pionsi o Mfdlrint Ufl Co 0 Cor William Williamanil WIlam WIlaman1 Wttilamant
ant Ann ilirrct u New lork lorkAlwyn borkAiwyn or orAlwyn
Alwyn Court Court88th i i88tl
I ITht 1The
88th 88tl St Street I 7tb 7tl Av Aveasee me meThe
The platter pb r remain rrmainl on the thewjlU Ihpwn thewalle
wjlU sod ceiling crl1 of the ht apart apartment apartments ¬ i im
ment m nl burned in the above build building bUildins buuldin ¬
ing ins in on Friday rda U bn lad l No better hellerevidence blr betterevidence I Ipdre
evidence pdre of o the I quality qualiy of our ourwnfkmanihip ourwokmansip ourworkmanship
workmanship wokmansip can cn be b thown thownAlcNuity thawnMcNulty hownMcNulty
McNulty Brothers BrothersPLASTERERS Brothrs BrothrsPLTEIIS BrothersPLA5TERERS
54 519 West 52nd 52 St 1 New St es York ok fit fitAlwyn Ci CiAlwyn City CityAlwyn
> i
Alwyn Court CourtSStt Cur t
SStt Gt 5t Street tt a 7th Aveaae AveaaeThe AvRi AvRine Avn AvnThe
The partitions in this budding bU iuildingwhich buddingwhich ldin ldinwhich
which are built buil of platter block blockluccetifully blok blokucnsuly blockssuccessfully
successfully ucnsuly withstood wilhso and re retarded Ir metarded ¬
tarded Ihe fire fr of o March 411 411The 41hThr 4thThce
The Thce e blocks bloklwrte were manufactured manufacturedbv manubcturf manufacturedhyihe
bv hyihe Ihe IheUnited IheUnite I IUnited
United Unite States st Gypsum GypsumCompany Gypum GypumCmy GypsumCorn
Company CompanyII2J Cmy CmyIIU Corn prsy prsyI
II2J I Bfoadoay Bay New N York Yc City Ciy iy
1 H
r r
I What Every Ever Long Lonllslander Islander Should Shol Know Is Told Teklin To To1rIIOK
in the Bloomingdale i Year r Book BookTUP 2
TUP 1rIIOK IIOOKIH nook SM niKI I HP o CliAHtn H li to > lbs Lout t UsnJ own or cornea a wlio h present prrwnttill p pIblup
till Iblup i ± roupon rou our book b detfcrtmrnl detfcrtmrnlOur dtrm dtrtmentOur a aOur >
Our Spring Exhibition of ofRich ofRich t tRich
Rich Paris Pattern Patern Hats Hatsundoubtedly Hatsundoubtedly i
undoubtedly ndubtedy the most gorgeous lorcous and ond comet crrect showing In n Greater GreaterNew Gtu GreaterNew I
New York Yoki YokwllI will be b strikingly strknlly distinguished ditnguihed by the demonstrations demonstrationsthat demonstrUO j
that will wi be b made m de by byLiving byLiving byLiving
Living Models from 9 to5 to 5 oclock oclocktomorrow oclok ocloktOe
tomorrow tOe Monday Mdy In I the Millinery lilnc Salon Slo second floor f Parts rU l and d LemdeAV LemdeAVUet i Lomi5MLest
Lest I styli al thoughts thoht will wi be b abundantly abcnlly displayed dipuyc ca So S will rrio nolc nlotli1cd < Snied forMgif forMgifmode f fmo fOraigdniodes
of o ofssprta mode mo expert cp and a elaborate eat original olnatho originalsthe the result rnpt of the tfmute tfscmutea maater touch toch of our Or own onC cotf cotfof coisofssprta p po J
100 10 Imported Imped Models Moels from the famous famus Paris Pas ateifcrs ateifcrsthat ate ateli rs rsthat f fthat
that boast bt boastthc the th names acm of of Talbot Vurot Vlot BlumrEsthtr BlumrEsthtrMeyer BIurn I Esthc EsthcMeyer
< SrTilbt mEstt
Meyer Gcrmainc Grine Hcitz Heit Boyer and an Pouyantw Pouyantwform 1 1f
form f the t hub h around o which wh will wil revolve rvovl this most mot attractive aUraUv exhibit elblt exhibit100
100 10 New Chantcctcr Chntclr Hats the titemost most striking strikinr new effects effectsare effe
are a on exhibition xi6i n Evening Evenin EveningHatschrdcn liat Hats Garden Guien Hats Hat tsarr1ae tsarr1aeHats Carriage CarriageHats Cart
Hats Hat Afternoon Afernn Hats fat IiatsWaiking Walking Valk1 x Hats fat Automobile Autmonc AutomTfliti AutomTflitiIn Hats Hatsin Hat r rIn
in remarkable rerlbte diversity dvctyo of recherche rechcrhe effects efects Dozens Doun of prices from rr J
1000 to 10000 10000Our 10000Our f j jOur
Our Spring Exhibition of ofSuits ofSuitsCostumes 1 1Suits
Suits SuitsCostumes Costumes Dresses DressesTomorrow Dress
Tolw Tomorrow Monday from 10 U to 4 4odok oclock the Ihcchnlc choicest chniccMieu nty ntyGowns 1 m mlowns
Gowns OOW and andSuItiiiicIuding ndSultt Suit including lnc i1 the ik1iimous famous Chantcclc7 Chanlelcr CiiiiiiieThownwffl CiiiiiiieThownwfflDemonstrated Gown n wirl W be beDemonstrated h
Demonstrated on Living Models ModelsTo
To have accomplished acomplshed such results to have assembled osembfed sock lok a asuperb aaub aaupcrb
superb aub showing aowinl meant mut delving delvinR and nd diving dving into int untold makers makerswarerooms maie tj tjwarerooms
warerooms Wre selecting ale ing and ond rejecting rjecing with wih the wisest wikt dtscrlminatkttand dtscrlminatktt disrimnU j jand
and now we want you to cony c and see se the myriad ayrid styles at at1 1K t1a t1adozenz V 1
dozens donn of prices pce from frm
1000 to 7500 7500Annual 7500Annual 75a00Annual
Annual Spring Merchant MerchantTailoring I
8 f TailoringSale Tailoring 1
1 c m 1j Sale SaleCommences S le
4 r r Commences Commenes Toe Tomorrow Toemorow Toemorrow
morrow morrowMarch morow morrowi
i p March 7 and an4Ends andI
I Ends Saturday SaturdyU aturda an
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