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srrjlnc rrIn Ihil nomrii ami nd ftillOrrn ftillOrrnmen itikirenIllen
men and llreinen 111m had a hard hardiMtrilly hardIrda hardelfterflthfl
iMtrilly Irda aflemoon at t a fir II firs In 10al a ary ary
ry lenoment at lOt Forsyth street streetivilico ttII trvtIk1
ivilico II Ik1 sUrtml tho resctiu work but butTcom butnOm butflffl
> nOm flffl Nfun they Ih had finished finishedI
I 1110110 luil to I i taken I out by b the Ih firemen firemenwent lI firemenjqmta mfl1 mfl1JIi
JIi jqmta m went wcfl 11 loGouvemeur 10 Hos Hoso II IIn Ito ItoI
I n o i tirestartwl In the Ihat flat of Mrs Ira Sarah Bsrahnwn Sarahnil Sarahrn4fl
nwn on ih h second IOfCU ctJ floor The tenn tennm wn wnn tflinlmct
m n utmost directly dlnctl in the rear or the theindgo thetrd
indgo 1 trd 1Iot < treel I polk wlke tatIon and nd the men menwne menMre menre
wne re whu were playing handball handballM handballyard
< M yard lIrd saw a w tho tb smoke mok and heard heardris
< ris 1 or the Ih tenants l tanlA ttefore the alarm alarmnt lamlnl
nt In u SU ix of them Martin Owens Owensi 0 0I Owensrt
rt i t Schiinp j ieorfe rlP Little Lenahan Lenahannfnrdand Lenahantiriril han hanrftl
nfnrdand rftl and Murphyran up to the tbMCUon tbMCUonrlim section sectionclimbed etIonIfl
Ifl climbed rlim out through the window windowI
I Acrosa t n na on the top of a brick wall to toear 10r II
0 ear r of the burning tenement l41n tenementJ menl menlh
1 h flames were rft shooting bO Ung from the thenrtow Ib Ibnrio thendnN
nrtow nrio of the h second anti third floors floorsn ftooraIn
In In n Owens and Bchimp hlmp pulled them theml
l osup p up to t the fireescape and clambered clamberedr cm nod nodC
r r the Ih ladders ladd They rMo were l badly Idl < staged stagedn
n 1 th the h way waYUI waYUIanf up upManford upanford
Manford anf rd and little detached the Ih lad laddors ladtrom
dors < from tlrw tt next building hl ldlnc and climbed climbedn cllm cllmr
n nn th the outside or the railing ndllo Even eo eotAt
41 4 that distance from the windows Little Littlesi Littlesril
i sril nd was aa Korched KorchedOwenssnd orcl11nd 4orrhedwensnnd
Owenssnd nd Khlrop hlml bAd climbed through throughwindow throughindow hrooKhIodo
window Iodo on i Ihe third floor The Th hallway hallwayso halla
C so fllled with ilb smoke mokelhat that they lb had to tosrope 10IOpe torope
rope their way lo a door behind hlnd which whichhy wltchhv hlrhhy
hy heard cries The lb door WRIt n locked lockedAAd
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AAd some time was lost l < before it was waspo waatd wasInside
po td d Inside they found Mrs Minnie MinnieHrnn 1lInnlntil MicnIe4r
Hrnn 4r nnailbr ntil tlb r and nd hr two Iw children llo ItoMo Itceez e eJ
J vears Mr rs old and Dd Isidore JNd 4 4c tp Iacsp
acsp c pe hy 1 way of ih the fire fI fir oocap was wasi wasqt U UII
II > i off f7 and nd tho th two policemen started lo loArrr 10rlT to4rr
Arrr th fnshtend family up the stairs stairsto Ira IraI
to I the h foJith floor twens aw na heard some somen
n ne in the room across tern the hall and tak taking takthe k kns ¬
ing th the boy bn in his arm rmA ho went 1 hack He Hefound IfeIund Heund
found und Mrs ra Bo Re e nitr nil en years ear old oldnd oldond oldsod
sod nd starred back up IJ iho Ih iAir with lIh her herAnd her4nEt
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otind nd Schimp blmp and n1 hm iw I two i cbTgm over overcome OVfrme overeome ¬
come me by imokwans make makeOwn mlkOwn
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moke triO and nd Car Vslh ted hi mn mnilnnagnn mnIICII mentlaongen
ilnnagnn Wintricli Ruggoln llartmani llartmanind Ilartoisotid I II
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of f Using their li i foot hook lo swing swingom wlnrom
I om I iha h ai it firemen nomn dropped wntvflvo wntvflvof tnl Vnf I
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h vcmar1 mor and girl had partly rocwered rocweredo rCQr rCQrOln
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44 if n t lid irh ii law IIIW lawyer > or has sued suedI sitedeIeel4iri 11d 11dlIrh
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Uv I lutopird IVp the h resignation roslgnationW roosllPUlliotlitlkr
I W Walker who ha h been sec 1 1h I I
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I lot s roganJod an William J Jirfwni Jnlltll JprwfliatIve
irfwni prwfliatIve nlltll uvi III this city sent sontjn
jn fl4 ten whon hlIh the novr n board wai waii a at I
i I v Mayor 1I1r fiaynor M few W weeka weekaH wftflkltwHII
< wHII H not acted noon until ye 1 yee yeeMr i i iMr I
Mr I WalUors plat will 11I not be beonT t tInjnr tuufflD4ofler
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prrt Gh ihen m far r nfl 1e tI nr nnt t Time TWi TWie T mu muSesses
Sesses e f eo at the li Manhattan ManhattanThe at
The f Unit lt performance perol this ti ca csseen cn of ofPell 0 0rel ofPellsi
Pell rel Pellsi aa et Mellsande 1 lle which took tok toklt piece
last lt night Ilcht at the Manhattan 11attu Opera Opr House 10
brought tllcht up again Ia the th question qUCllo of 0 thlJbllu thispublia this thispublics
publics Jbllu attitude IUludo toward twan Ibis Ibll remark remarkable remarknbhe mk mkabl
able abl musical Inulcl drama dn The T thousands tbo of ofspectator orJMtato ofspectator
spectator that tt saw aw and a heard he the Ih Mae Maeterlinck MaleriinckLkbuaay Ia ¬
terlinck leriinckLkbuaay Uebusay work two
Irln buy years ago agoas qohOVt agoa
as a a novelty hOVt treated tt it for the most nWlt port portaa pt ptan
aa an exception expU to 0 all 1 operatic rules rulesan I11
an evaiMMoeni valut thing thlu to t absorb abrb if pos possible p porniilk ¬
sible al1 but In II any n event not nt an n exercUe exercUeof exer SSOfVLISofordlnary l
of ordinary orinl acting actin aetingand and nd singing Inlnc InlncI
This Tl being binl the t nine days da wonder wODdfr of ofMr orIr ofMr
Mr Ir Hatnmersteins nmm rafiD second lt season n U t had hada td tdce
I a vogue ce that tt probably prb bl masked muke Ito real realfeelings r realfeeling
feelings rlnl of many mn that lht sat t through lbrb it i so sothat a sothat
that tht the lf teat of its II popular appeal IP could couldnot culd culdnt couldnot
not nt well eU be 1 made rto Last t year er IU It it revival revivalcreated nlnl nlnlc revIvalcreated
created c ll no great stir llr and ad Mr Ir Htunmer Htunmersteio Ihunmr IItunmsrstein
stein tll waited walN until uotl last lt evening enln before beforeadding bro broIddlnR beforeadding
adding it to his bi list lIt for IWW10 IMIO There Therewas Ten Therewas
was U a Urge audience audlel on hand for this thisoccasion thisoccasion bl
occasion Ocaon and one whose who b character testi testified 18t testIfled ¬
fled 1 < to 1 the genuine desire of a good Ko many manypersona mn mnprn manypersons
persona prn to make mo or renew D acquaintance acquaintancewith Mcuantoe
with the Ih work workWhile workWhile
or
While Whlelherwee t therewer here wer numerous oumeru Utscora lt late comera comerathe am amhe r rthe
the brief brr Intervals lote between ttwen the th several severalscenes II IInN sever seversceneS
scenes nN in each ec act went marked Ir by I reason reasonable r masonable ¬
able bl quietness quetn and nd several lr attempts altmp at atappUuse atapplause t tpp
applause pp at t a1 such points pln went en decisively decisivelyhushed d decisivelyhtied I11 I11bu
hushed bu It was WA evident fyilnt that tat the excep exceptional OCp OCptonI eacepUonl ¬
tional tonI nature of the I drama dlm and the music musicwas muao muaoapp mialowas
was apprehended app hendf and hat for the present presentat pftt
at t least New Scw ew Yorks ork operatic oprto public pule Is Isready II IItT usready
ready tT to accord < rd to 0 Pelleas UNt et Meliando Meliandoa ItInd ItIndJt
a special Jt pUce uIace lc of its il own in much the theway Ih Ihwa theway
way wa that it hs I gone about but the task tk of ofkeeping orkHpD ofkeeping
keeping kHpD Tarsifar rrl Ione from Ifm the fate of an anordinary anordl anordinary
ordinary ordl na repertory opera operaSo operak
So I k long rJrtor1 as a Pell Pellaas Iu 01r a et t Mellssnde 11 Indtt is isapproached I isapproached
approached pprdll In this mood it is likely Iklr to toexercise toeservi 0 I IlunIM
exercise lunIM a considerable power over 01 many manyof manyorh
of orh those that hll hear h r it i The Te pwr sweet NL monotony monotonyof mono Ion I
of Dobuitsys u u muslo soothes lh the thl listener listenerandmakea UalranrtmkN listenerandmake
andmakea anrtmkN the Ih unreality unTlil of the Ih drama dramaseem dramaseen
seem nl like lke truth trlh of a precious J > oW kind klnt THs THsIs TI TII TMis
Is I undoubtedly ItdoUhtlYlhe the efTect rft that thi the composer composerIntended composerintended
cmpr cmprInlnrf
Intended and nd the Ih union of the text tea end endIts and sodits I
Its I tons I embodiment becomes Irl more moreevident mor moreeident
evident idn I by repetition repetitionThe lllon j I I
The Th performance rormne last evening nlne was in inmost Inmot inmost
most rcfpecte r I excellent etInl Its I least Ilt ad admirtht 01 1 1mirahle
mirahle mlralf feature was u th thus playing ptarnc of the1 the1orchestra the theohlr theorchestra
orchestra ohlr aa a directed dlrtf by Mr Ir de ci la I a Fuente FuenteHis FUfle FUfleHI FuenteIlls
His HI pallid treatment lfalmeol did lld far ra lean 1 harm ha to tothis to1 01
this hl Jld score f > than lo that of Klektra tI Elektrseven lr but butoven
oven < In this Ihl languid ln ld and at wistful lllrlll Debussy Debussymusic Oby ObymUMI Debussymusic
music mUMI there th should < Iw I manifest malN more mo of ofenergetic ofenergetlo
energetic emotional mollona pulsations pulNtonl than this thisconductor Ihll thisConductor
nlto
conductor read Into the presentation presentationMiss r lllon lllonI I
Miss I ntlcor Mary Ir rt Garden fard acted a JUlld JUlldtfn JfIiaesde > ltli an < if as asbefore asbefore
before tfn with wlh much skill l of Imaginative Imaginativesuggestion ImrnII ImrnIInrt Imiginativesuggestion
suggestion and nrt gr lt great at beauty hul1 of pose and andaspect andaspect nd ndI
aspect Her fr scene I in th the tower lOw r window windowwhen windowwhen tndowwhl
when I whl her elnnl long hair halrw was hold by byh th the ardent ardentrrllte anlfl anlfl111t ardentPdllcs
rrllte 111t was WO particularly rly effective fOh Again Againthere ain ainthere In InIhfn
there Ihfn wa room ro p1 > m for regret at her lack < of ofvoice ofvoire
voice 01 and her incorrect InrrO rAri pronunciation of ofordinary ofordinary f fnrrlnllr
ordinary nrrlnllr French trnlh word wordCharles worihul wontthutyleu
Charles hul l almoroa 1lmo > was PtlUn 1 and ntf a aromantic Arnmanli aromantic
romantic ono nn despite his hi physical iAI robum robumnos rohiumetuses
uses HO 1 II Ming nc with wih ftrvor rr r and 111 acted actedwith actlwith tf
with ilh the sure 1 touch of intelligent inlolliarntpsthy lIIol symI symIpaithy mp
psthy lh Hector IfIor Dufranno Iurrnn tlolarxt 110014 again againpecial Iglnmltnrl agailicommanded
commanded mltnrl wprm wp pm nm admiration tmlrlin especially espeluu pecial fly flyfor I Ifor rror
for the th le lul beauty uty of his hi diction diton end nrf Ins Insresornt 11 11rll hisrisonnt
resornt rll nl and judiriou singing Inelnl Did DidKing Urt UrtAlnr 111Aieg
nt
King Alnr Arkrl rb was wo well I frn itnperMnsteui > erM > ndted by h Mr MrHuberdeau MrHuiberdeaut Ir IrUUtnJIl
Huberdeau UUtnJIl while whi hl is Mine m OervilleRoaclie OervilleRoacliewas 1rIIRlh 1rIIRlhIhe
was the Ihe grave grA Irnrrrrr and Miss 11 Freti Tnonlinl Trentint Fretilin ¬
tint the Ih timorous tmnrol Link LI I MoM 100 made nlrf to topy tospy
py through Ihrou h the Ih tower window upon the thehaptoMi Ih IhhJI the1 the1hapless
hapless hJI 11 wife i and n brother of foMsrf aod Upl Mr MrIrahM MrtahbA Ir IrlIIhb
lIIhb IrahM as the Itortor completed mpllf the Ih cast caulln castITnir 1 1Iolr
ln Iolr lr Isrquo 1c Com Cml Comic direction rflrNton the Ih i iirrmr Irrm Idrrm
irrmr w ws l eutlfully 1lluIT staged and the Ih I
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changes hln were rr uuiokly < And An effectivelj 111 111noj eiivelr
j mad Th T The perfonnanc frronnan is I a credit rNI t tI II In InI I
I Mr tr r M Hsmmsrtins tnmorBloino house hOII houseI IIAIIAMlMr
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I mate Ialf Present Inl Sin n fNevtlem 11 fr 1M lh lhJur UIur the theI
Jury ur > to Ps I nn nnj pent
P rlU ntt Ind Inc March II 1 rWoelhoargu rWoelhoargumnt ror IhAr I
mnt Inl was a bg begun j1 < in In the Ih nut lit to t revoke rI th thI the thehsntr
I hsrt hsntr r of Tom raggarf rsg 1 < sns M French rnth Lick LickI 1lc ltekHotel
I Hotel JolllomJrlh rcmpiuiy lod tortsy y tboHtatoprosonlod thteMtave rtIrIf presented
3 174 1 interrogator mlnOIIr which It asked lIkf that IbalIho IhlIh thatthe
the Ih lury llr should hOlhl answer 0 and nt the Ih JiHgWA JiHg llIdi huidgewas
WA was I asked ult lo t gi Ii gio < thirty Ihir1 opuntt rrl mstnn mstnnlions inII In101utins
lions In on 0 points of law lawIn 10 lawIn
In lh the argumont of fr the I CM c case th the Stat StatI IAI
I 11 I alleged that Innnl the Ih rtirmont tmI of olonII0hlr olonII0hlrfrom ofon on gambler gamhloifrom gamblerfrom
from f the Ih i anno wa simply impl to I lot Hnothoi HnothoiKamblor Mnothrgambler nolhrIbl1
gambler in nod that the Ih verbal Ohll lease with withI lIh lIhI 1
I I Ibl1 RalUrd Rlwftl wee made merely lo I determine dtermnhow dlmlnI <
I how much ho h IhI houhri ho il < i b t be asked Rlfd lo n pay J wh who when r ril I II
il I wa A ltl M sen n whnt hnl the Ih gambling mhlnc privtlog privtlogI rrhII I
I I wr worth worth7h worthtb
7h is l ties will i jp J go > loth tn Ih the jury tomorrow tomorrowBr InlI1lrn InlI1lrnI tomormwlPfltTftfl
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the 1e Marie 0 Pleased Pe the tle Large lre Audience AudienceGreatly A AQrUBe AusHeneeGreIIyMsse
Greatly QrUBe GreIIyMsse Mate UatMtl Gal Ii I Pushed FrmlimlWebers rrahC rrahCWebr PushedWebers
Webers Webr Der Dr Frelschutz l rIUI was revived revivedat vd vdt
at t the Metropolitan Motrpltn Opera Opm HOUM JoU IIot list kuitnight lt ltnlet listnight
night nlet The 11 work bad hd not been b heard hent In Intha Intb inthe
the tb original orenl German Oel since ine Walter Wllter Dam Damroach Dm Dmr Dtmmch
roach r cave ye It at the tb Academy Acde of Music luc in inI8M Int inlsw
I8M t It I has h be been n done In English since sincethat iInethat Im Imtt
that tt and aD It was WA done At the Metropolitan Metropolitanin Met letrpllu letrplluIn ropuii tan tanin
in IBM Ilt under Dr Dsmrosch Dmlh But iU iUperformances i itsperformances
performances peroraDC In this th city clt hare he not been txwnnumerous beennumerous
numerous DUero considering ondrn the fact rac that tht It Itwaa I Iw itwas
was w made me known here he In IMS I only onl four fouryears roure fouryears
years e after atr it was oven Eveo to the world by bythe b btbe bythe
the genius poln of 0 Weber WeberThere Webr WebrTer WeberTheru
There Ter Is I no difficulty dlmcut in accounting Acutn < for forthe rortbe forthe
the want vot of a c general nerl oer public puWo demand demnt for forDer rorVr forDer
Der Vr FreischUU FrlUta in theee lb the day cr The TheCr Te Tept Thegreat
Cr pt great at historical hlloral Importance ImllrrCft of the h work workappeal workappesla frk frkprI
appeal prI to 0 no one That Ta Weber antici anticipated Inlc antlelpaled ¬
paled ple Wagner Wacor In the t ue 1 of many mn of the theexpedients theeptna theexpedlenta
expedients eptna which Whch mark mrk the distinction distinctionbetween dltncllon dltncllonbwfn distinctionbetween
between bwfn opera op and d music mtlo drama dram that lht he heC heIe hegave
C gave Ie ve to the lb orchestra onhell a gamut of utter utterance uter uteranc sitterance ¬
ance anc which it I had hd never neer known kno before beforehis brOn beforehis
his time lme that be demonstrated dmonlrtt the thecapacity Ih Ihapcl thecapacity
capacity apcl of 0 vocal vot bravura hrur for drmllo drmlloulern dramaticutterance dramatic dramaticutterance
utterance ulern and nd thus lbu made ma possible pollle Bellinis BellinisNorm ullnl ullnlSOf Ilehliniorma
SOf Norm orma that he h excited the Ihl enthusiastic enthusiasticadmiration enlbWluU enlbWluUdrlrton enthusiasticadmirction
admiration drlrton of Ir such ulle master a at Beethoven BeethovenWagner Ilhnven Ilhnvena BeethovenWagner
Wagner a < l1 and Berlio frlo are ar facts rac known to tostudents 10Iudeol tostudents
students of musical mulcl history historyBut hla r
But ut these lb thine Ihln mean nothing nOlhinl lo the theaudiences Ih Ihaulnc theaudiences I
audiences aulnc of today t1 whose wh firM fI ami most mostImpressive mO mostimpressive
Impressive discovery dlflr is I that the Ih style 11 of ofthe orIb ofthe
the Ib melody mlod is I old ol fashioned rhlol and a who whoI whowith ho hoI
I I with llh good R reason tncnuul reasoncanhiot cannot h b bai brought roujhl to toenjoy 10I toenJoy
I enjoy tnoy the Ih dialogue dlaoRU Minctlfled Iilfl to all 1 good goodGermans K goodtertiulni
Germans m by h two centuries lIllrl of devotion devotionto dfollon
I to the Ih songspiel l form But 111 it i may miii ay lie liedoubled I Idouhll1 Issdoubted
doubled whether whllh Wel WIMr > ers masterpiece masterpiecewould nlrl nlrlI
I would wul be t > u 1 popular popllir success u In them Ih tunes tuneseven tim timeeven
even with llh the Ih Berlioz 8rllo recitative recitativeWith nlalh nlalhWih recitatlveeWith
With Wih he Ih dialogue dialo IJ its 11 it fate ral U b sealed sealedHpoken sealedSpoken Idd Iddfpok
Spoken fpok lines In never lefr sound InterestIng Inl llnl In Ina Ina Ina
a large larr oxra opr house hOl and opera Of1 singersseldom singers singerseldom inentom
seldom om speak well wl Hie set j1 vocal 11 pieces piecesof iiecaisof I Ior
of Der KreisvhOU ihUlz are I without wlhoul excep exception cats catslion UI UIlon ¬
lion lon beautiful uUrll and exprnsive lplh hut h they thyar theyare I Iare
are ar cast t In a i mould moul wholly holy uncongenial uncongeniallo Incnltul1 I II
lo the Ih American nprr operagoer lrCr gor tine In must mustl tiuuialhue ual
l hue o H I larmati < rniaii or 0 thoroughly Ihoroulhl Mitiinitnl Mitiinitnlwith sitmirittsutwith 1 I r I I II
with I h Jorman ideals in I order thoroughly thoroughlyIn I honJ hly hlyI
In I enter into th thIlrH spirit of the Ih work workSuch workIrh workSuch
Such Irh nn n Air Ir as a Marine l 11 lis iiw would wouldpleHw wOlhl wouldplai
pleHw 11 in 1 any tny ow opera > rtt but hii It i s seems in nl lo 1 I stand standout 14111out
out asH a as K singularly ineularly striking lrlnl niiinber Iltlr when whenheard whellhanl wtietiheard til tiloUL
heard in a Irforntan n > rformani uch at that IIUI of ofbutt urI oflaist
butt I night Th ThrturnIlrlrarI Theo Mierturenatunillyarniiiiod Mierturenatunillyarniiiiodenthusiasm erturenatmrallyamnisiaednthuisiiuini
enthusiasm nlbll111 lieuausM I al it i him I Iweii kept keptnliH kPtali I
nliH ali in the Ih conceit n1 room rom nnd Inl nui its i style stylehas stylebios Iyl Iylh
has h not nn l t4n N > n alloweil to IU pass HIM from public publicmemory IIlhllemmor uuiIticmemory
memory mmor PIK n hunting huntne M > ng It is II of lli llityp IhI1P timo timotype
type I1P thai alway al pleaum II anil In there hn i iplenty If is ispletity
plenty nt f other music ie tluit ran give h d dlight iilight 1 1Ilth
light Ilth to people JIle not no too Irl devoted tf 01 I to Pihrint PihrintThe Ilk PIksinuflue dnl dnlIlrOullnn
The IlrOullnn production last 14 night wassoonlcully wassoonlcullyadmirable i iadnuinahle
admirable amlrh Th T moulding mOlllinc of th the hull hullte hulltein ull1 m j jin
in the Ih Wolfs Wol lien ln is il always tli time soono soonoin cen cenin 1
in which memories of flirt 1 Hlack nJk Crook Crookare rnokKr
Kr are revived It IA was splendidly plfldioIY done to la I Inllthl last t tnight S Snight
night file nl picture was w mot mol fectfve fI
ant ansi ml the Ih dreadful things Ihlnl that hll happened happenedI hAfJn1 hAfJn1I
I when the ti horrors horr of the Ih incantation Inmnaton broke brokeI lrol
I 110 I loose wet wcf CUitn Ilull terrifying rrlylnl Such Site ldl H Hspectacle I II a1epectacle
spectacle Jtace was worth arranging aantine and the theI Ih Ihi theIatjdiencaapplaucIeul
I I IatjdiencaapplaucIeul audien < < e applauded it i h h4rI11 h4rI1111C1 heartily heartilyMusically nrtlly nrtllyMusically
Musically 11C1 the h performance proroc relied pretty prettymuch frty frtyi prettyI
i much mlth on the Ih intelligent Inlmlll efforts etor of r Alfred AlfredHertz ilfrssIHertz art artUrlz
Hertz who bl conducted ntfllfd nnd I1nr Mm It Oadki Oadkithe adklIh admshtthe
the Ih aothr rO Th The r orchestra discharged dilull it itduties i its itsduties
duties dul capably lthly and Iht in I the Ih overture nfrtlr even evrnbrilllantlr evenbrilliantly vnhrilally
brilllantlr hrilally Mr Ir Hlass mil madoa IAo mail K gallant < alllnl and andwell ano aniwelt
well 1 doetgned nttetnitt I I I at Ip f i tapir por hut 11 bin binoic hi hissoica
oic 01 oica In I licit MRoroim S oornll enough nllh for nurh nurhetacting scud scuderecting Irh Irh4lln
erecting 4lln < musicand mlaiand h hr himself Is II much tlwh Ion looamiabh IonAmllhl tooamiahile
amiabh Amllhl to depict such lh a desperate char character choirHermann ha hatr ¬
acter acterHermann tr trIrnn
Hermann Irnn ladlowker sang ng nt the Ih music mllr of ofMiz uIItcr 1
Miz ns R If I he h had a steel 1 collar 1Lr around arolnd hi hithroat hiIhrl hitsthroat
throat Ihrl and nd acted Ilk Ik it i choo1boy thoiboy who whohad whohad h hI
had atf Ifvn I kept I in for not knowing his hisoon hi hiJ hileasoti
leasoti oon MISJI J Item 111 WA a tolerable tolerablei lolrbl lolrblt tolerableThstninorpartwererepeeta
i Arnenrn t Tho Th Thstninorpartwererepeeta Thstninorpartwererepeetalily rmnnr tinnr IM srts wore r respecta respectably 11
lily hi performed frrorml but Ill not in 1 a manner to add uddmuch Idl Idlmlh addmitch
much mlh interest IIr1 to the Ih representation rprnlalon The Thechorus Th ThI Therhoruis
chorus ch or lit King I very ry well II indeed and I I even evendanced fetidanced I
I danced dancedMTWS rn1 rn1IW dancedSEWS
SEWS IW nt Il 1 II I A i 4l 4 ri rllln rlllnI I II KRS KRSf R Rhuhert
f hut huhert > rrl cuter rt I rs to 1f Ii Place s lhuIe l lr ntrti ntrtiMentortsl Flr Fltuhiteniortil
I Mentortsl or11 In the rh lrleTliralre lrleTliralremeeting InIeThrairrunsetitig r1rTar r1rTarUII
meeting UII f nr > sf f all I the I h Hhuhwrt hthrl players playernnow pia piaI
I now In town In wlm wi hM have < app appeared P ar < d in Kitrh KitrhprodurtioiiH Fitchproduictlrsius Ih Ihrr
produrtioiiH rr II will wi l Ie hI1 i ld at t tli tLic lrri lrriTheatre Ir Irfl lvrierttrs
Theatre fl rw wifl o n to I arrange UTanl for the I h collec collecI < < nll 10 10ton c clion
lion ton I > f a fund rlll1 to place 11 laca a memorial tmrlal loyd loydFitch 10 lyI lyIIIh lyile lyileFitch
Fitch in this Ihlnhhy lobby of ih the Lyric Th The fhml move movemeni movetnetit
meni 11 originated orilnal with wl h The Th City Il y organs orgamKation nrlnl nrlnl1U
Kation 1U The Th tnnioriJtl mnlal will wi lw I < N t tHirtralt tHirtraltof twuni r1 ral rail railof I
of f th the playwiight plllr1 hl x aecmiteui PI1 ul l in I colon ml or ori
in broti brotiI
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i porting lnK tl Iht hi Ma Msnti fanl on in A Son of f th thj I the thelsnle h I IJI
j People JI Ml Mis U s TroitlnHii wan W oliliKml I1 to toI
I leave 1 th the catt 11 by y Illn IllnTh Iln Ilnfh illness illnessThe
Th The cast < t which will h hl Iielju lp May Ia Irwin trwmin Iril
in Mm 1 Iim th the tbenewTarkingtonW nTrklllnllln nTrklllnlllnd newricrktngsnVilsoniifl1 > on oncomedy
comedy iifl1 d l Inrludnn Ilrhltf Harrr rr Harwood Irwe fonepli fonepliI
I JrlTHOon JrI J I Inabclle 1tI L IXH > Howard IIr Nlo Slol Slollo3r1 Stoat StoatIloasrul t tHoward
Howard lo3r1 llill 111 Oorge rl Olwr Dora kurt 10
j th thwuiit ite ati An1 ul I tlinton Hamilton HamiltonIn lamlon lamlonIn
In the Ih flint we wk k of Ir the Ih return Ium engage mgagemrnt f engagemdii
mrnt 111 of K H I Hothnrn and Julia JIIA Mar Mari Martiuw IrI R
i low I at t the th Academy Atm of Mimic uh beginning lieginningMonday 1Mllnlnl beginningMomlay
Monday Ione1 March rb 21 t they li will i I lu Mn 1 for forth rorth forthe
th the first IIrt tftnu Iln together In An You ou Like IJkeII UkI
II I Mr Ir follifrn will 1 appear ai > Jneyut Jneyutfir Jocrurefur
fir f < r th h tint II time 1m in hiv hi IIrpAr career < arit < r and ne Miss MiitsMarlowe MissMarlowe 11
Marlowe lrlow wihi 111 b be > r seen > m > ii I for the UI llrwt Irl time 1m In Intmi InI intsti
tmi I yarn Yfr m New SfW York ai Koualtnd ROlifJ For Forth Fortheir or orIhir
th their ir seonul cn le week k their rp rprtolnt rtpertoins rtoin will willbn wi willhe
bn I tu > follows rol Monday Mond night nigh Komvo 9iomcoand Komvoand Rmt Rmtnrt
and nrt Juliet JIII Tuesday night hlhl and nd W Wry Wednes Wednesday dnes dnesday >
day ry inatlm mln Thf T Taming Tainc of the tb Hhrew HhrewWednesday Hh himwWednesdw w wWnH
Wednesday WnH night nllh The Th Merchant frhnl of ofVenice otnl ofVnlce
Venice nl Thursday Thurisdaynirht night Twelfth TWelth Night NightFriday ZightFriday lh
Friday FrdAY niiht Thulynlr Aa You IOU Like If It Hatur Haturday Mtur Mturdy Naturday
day matlrvh mt Romoo R and ad Juliet Jule Hatur Haturdar Htur Hturly Haturitsir
dar night nllht Hamlet HamletVosU Uat llaniktSestji
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VosU 1 Victoria will wi tour lor the tb Wrist ct this thismumn thll thiswsm
mumn n under uno th It managrri nl manageriesst ut it of Mnrti MnrtiBeck MairtksBeck irl irlk
Beck k Beginning Rlnnln at Kansas K City C1 on onApril o onApril
April Aprl 17 I she Ih will i ploy twenty we week > rks k six sixof alaof Ix
of them m on the It Pacific Iaclo coast coastlumhla CO COumblslmr
4 lumhla lunihtaflaruard umblslmr > IIarnant French Fm FmI Pla PJaa PJaaLa > s st
I La t Kociet HI Francaise lrnlM of Barntnl anurl Col College Cl ClI Cidlegs ¬
legs I and I Le > Cercle Cfrle Francois Frol of Columbia Columbiawill Clumblwi Columbiawihigive
will wi wihigive give their thuiraznualshowin annual umulbo show in the lb Urincker Urinckerhott JJnkf I
hott h Theatre on Friday d and Maturday MaturdayMarch tltlda tltldaI IiatufflayI
I March Irh in II and t tI 19 > The reheamaia nohrj for rtr the thetwo It ItI I
I I two on OflC act plar plaJI La JL Poudre Poln auz Yeux Yeuxand Yeu1and u uja I
ja 1and and lAvocat Iot Paselln are well w1 under underT undrwr I
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The T Fifth Avenue Association allo an announced annount announeed
nounced nount yr sterday > In that lht th the exiporitnental exiporitnentallighting extedtnentallighting 1rrfntll
lighting lllnr of shop vrindows rndo on Fifth flh avvntie avvntiewill a avmiewill I
will I tsein rg n > Tue TI Tuesday day evening March IS ISShop li ISI
Shop i on = n both sd sdes id of Ihe Avenue lynu l ttwfn he hetween > e etween
Shop tween twfn Tliirtyeii ThlrtIll ilh and nd Thirtyninth ThirtyninthMtreets
streets will 1 he MI lighted lgh horn rom think dlrk until unll unllII
11 111 P I M 1 and it i is II hoped bit soon tnn nil nilbops ni allhops
II bops r will wlJ be h lighted 1t hor in the ev evenir evenirtlrrski olr olrI nlr > 2 2ItrrsM
ItrrsM ta Hark n by h Fall FI In n Meep MeepKrAMroKn fll fllHrutrap MIrepSTAMTOSD
KrAMroKn Hrutrap fonn onn March 1h II 1 Walking Walkingtn
In his bl sleep I between t 10 oclock orlOk and nd mid midnight midiI
night iahl lust night nllht Oeorg 01 < JJaguIre CIlr CIlrI a aIdower aI
widower Irfo about bllt Ao 10 year old steprxd off offit n nii I
it veranda tod roof rol and foil twenty tft 1P foist His Hisback HI HIM Illsback
back was broken bhn He I was tent to the theRUaifordHospltaUapdtonlchtitwtusmJd theo theStamford
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a merger of th thus Critic Cri and the KtaJtr KtaJtrThe RtdTle ReodrrThe
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JiNuinette JNnU U I illder tlrr and ad Joseph Ii I liilder liilderAt Uldu1 JillerAt
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and nd finally Inll In iwt I it brrume < a monthly monthlySince
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Gilder Gldr ha t has been n the th editor fiur Miss 11 tiilder tiilderhas Uir Uirb hider hiderhaa
has b written ten the page or comment cmmnt and andobservation ad adotrallon andobservatlo
observation otrallon which whch p appeared monthly monthlyunder tullhlundr monthlytindcrthesapUon
under tindcrthesapUon the helpton caption The Thl TheLounger aprI Uoungar UoungarAmong uncr uncrmone s stmong
Among mone the Ih contributors cnrblr to the tboam new newufnam newPsuinam
Psuinam ufnam am have hf been t Edward twa l > owdeii owdeiiJohn wdtliJohn I
John Hay la lUchard IUchrd Watson Glider Gidr GidrIwan Ur UrIrenfel DrGrrnfel
Irenfel Edward Iwan Everett EYer Hale la Henry Henry1oomln Uu Uulml
1oomln XeUon Xrn Maurice 1ui Hewlett lwl E Eltlca4 EHnl s sLttcas
ltlca4 Henry Hnl Jamen Jun William Wilam Archer ArcherTheodore Mehierrheodoru rh r rTOM
Theodore TOM Kooaevelet UOvflll O 1 K Chesterton ChestertonW
W v J J unIt Paul Iaul Elmer IIr Moore Mo Thomas ThomasHardy Tom Tomlrrfy Thomashardy
Hardy lrrfy Ulltllmo iuglielmo Ferrvro Irn Brander BramlerMatt Branderslatthewu rdr rdrlt
Matt slatthewu lt I hewn h Agnes CI Ileppllerand IJpUr and Eden d Phi Phlil Phlilpotts II IIpoit 1
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poitMIM MIM 1li Mi Gilder Gidr Gilderand and Mr Ir Gilder give Iie ur lp p > their theirconnection theirconnection hirtelon
connection telon with wih wit the I magnrlne nl J 111 Tt Thlnic F1t At Atlantic It Itbulk ¬
bulk lnic editor will wi tm ti Bliss 811N P Ir Perry rry as Iron lfonThe hetonIhe
The 1 change rhn in II ownership ownllp of IWiuimt IWiuimtfloes IWnrnaslot uCU uCUd
floes d slot not affect t1 G I P I Putnams 1lnun Sons Sn a as aspublishing a apubli aplhlihlnc
publi plhlihlnc publishing hlng house houwrtrrit hOI hOIr houseI
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The Tf Jlrtker Irl lleelde IPe ta I > Permit 1 the Ih Strike MlrtkeHreaKert Plrllf StrikeHruakrri
HreaKert rh to no o tn Merit MeritKAIUTOOA rk rkSAnATOQA k kHJUToru I
KAIUTOOA March Inh II I The 1 Tim nulls mi of the thenternntfonitl th thInflmllonli theInternatIonal
InternatIonal Inflmllonli Paper Company Campn at Corinth Corinthwhich Corinthwhich orlnlhwhih
which have hi l en clo 10 d since In Sunday Sundaywhen Slnra Slnrahn Sundaywhen
when hn the Ih emplorere nlplo went 4nl out on strike ittnkewill strikewill I r ke kewll
will wll resume rnm operation ofmlon within wlhll th 1 the next nexttwrnlyfour ticattwentyfour 11 11Ifnlyfnllr
twrnlyfour hours hOllr with wlh nonunion lon mm mmas trettas 1 1orlh
as operatives orlh Tonight Tnnilh tw strike strikebr strilsslbreakers llill llillhkr
br hkr breakers nkers tire I in th the plant Ialt under InIr the theguard theguard
guard lln of Pinkerton doputy rplll shIetifis shIetifisand ln hrtI hrtIInd riff riffnnd
and Ind threwcomwnie Ih mlnl < of lh Hlnt Slal State Satittnit SatittnitGuanl alion alionll ationauanl
Guanl GuanlThe ll uanlThe ft I
The Tl antlcipsled nICJfd opposition olIilnn from ImO tlie tliesinkers I Irlk thu thustrtken I
sinkers rlk lo th entrance nlrnC of the Ih strike stnhehnxikero strikebreakers Irlk IrlkhI
breakers hI Into lh plant failed rll1 lo develop developloclny developtoda3
loclny 10lT when wh under the Ht escort cor1 r1 of fifty Ify IfyNnrrnn fiftyPinkerton IflyPinkrrton
Pinkerton Nnrrnn detectives dlfv ami flanked 14Ikfd on n nil nilides I
ides Id by Mtldi soldier n > 100 strike Irk breaker who whohud whohad ho hoha
hud ha arrived from this village iac on a 1 Dela Delaware 1lauroo teIawareanci ¬
ware wareanci uroo and Hu 11lln timalson < i on train march marh1 rnarchitlmrmigh rnarchitlmrmighthe throunh throunhth bmllb bmllbIh
th the village lal to the ll th mills miL two wo mile mi away nwayThn IwaTo awayThe
The To striker Irk did 11 not 0 oppose 0 the entrance entranceof nlrn nlrnor
of the Ih nnnunion lolInlon workmen orkln but hiI on the thecontrary Ih Ihtnlrd te tecontrary
contrary tnlrd heided h r by Village IIA President PresidentHush Iresident11uih idnl i iIllh
Hush Illh of Corinth met 11 them on n the I h out outskirts 01 omitskirts ¬
skirts klr1 nf Conntb Inrnlb ansi accompanied rnl1 them themto
to th the plant
The T strike Irlk loaders 11d aid id that there th would woulrbo wolirf
It bo 1 no further trouble rllhl if f strike Irk breaken breakenwere hrrakerwere ak akr
were r brought hfltht Into ih the hl mills mi Th Thsinkers ThIrk The Thestrikers
sinkers Irk have h decided didf they said Id tr trfieniill 10MMnil topermit
permit th the strike Irlk breakers brl to go to work workat workat
at the Ib plant believing 1IIJ that thlt they Ih are I nol nolkilled nutkiood notskilled
killed kiood workmen orkln and III that 11 the 11f compan companwill rompanwill
will i not t lie able ble to 0 operate the IhP mills mmpn mmpni with withthorn wit witthem lh lhIho
thorn thornThere Iho themrher
There 11 was nn oxcitemont 1cImt in 111 the h village villageall vjllnall UIO UIOAl
all Al diy r but hii in I siste I ilo I of the Ii island tnl taken l lth Ili by bytie > >
th li tie otrikrr rlI then Ih i li ii t ii rirvtded rt1 feelinflthit feeling rlnlt rlnltIh feelingthsr
thit Ih I Ih hi trouble Imllll ts I not lot yet v oor oorIlKNs 0 uuverlt
Ol IlKNs lt FALLS Lli S V Manfill ilrrh ii Follow Followin Followitug ot
I in II itug < a night of violence vloncin > In South Illh tllens lr Falls Falliami Falland Fallsanti
anti nd Fort Kdward and It the Ih detru dlnw1on itestriIiilon < 1ion lijr lijrtiro h hf
firs f of the Ib paper companys lntrnH IM in th thlatter UIILt the thelitter
latter r vilLage iLi ffr Company Cmpny Clpnr K I of UI4n jl n Fail Kailanil Failaml al
anil an Company I of f Whltlull 1111111 wro WI thin thinmorning thll thistnistning
ILt morning rnIIK rdrd > out 111 to I give I protection protectionto
to the Ih property prrtyr of tile ll International Inlml com company cornrc4ny ¬
pany who whose h o workers work4f are r on n strike strikeAt Irlk Irlkt
At t mldnlih midnight the Ih hiar UI T < orn 1111 rtitssi > aiiya Itarn Itarnt
Sc t Fort or Mwanl wa llrod Irl r tiresurnatily > rr umablr umablrby umall umallhy
by strike Irk ymtathizor mhlp and Mlo four horv hoC liorusca lioruscaI s sI
I Ir I wore burned hum to dath Twenty others otherswere olhn otherswere
were no saved with llh difficulty hflcul Hh thIM Sheriff nfT Wash WashI Whhum Washburn
I bum at t one on communicated mmnunlAlfd with Uh Com Company lmn Conpany ¬
pany n K of f ilons mnl Falls 11 stud ld the t h guardsmen guardsmenwont luarmn luarmnnt
wont nt on ni duty 01 this Ihl morning romlnl at > oclock oclockTho oJk
I Tho Th Whitehall llil guardsmen jt11nlm arrived In mFort Inorl inFort
Fort orl Kdward Iwal at I noon The T South KOllh Clonn ClonnFalls fnt tlesFalls
Falls AII and nd Fort For reward tIn mill mi it I iseipoclod iseipoclodI 111JIIIofrl
will ho operated 1st Late today a strung
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I force fo of soldiers olrint being hnl thrown aruno around lh lhplants Ihrlnl itplants
plants lo Is guard nf the Ih ProPerty and strike strikelireskerus tnk tnkbreubors
I breubors rlnl kf Th T > stubs Irkl broakors hNk Ino will willi i I II is istrnmight
i brought hrIht here h from IOn Saratoga UIOI Springs prll by byi 1 1I
i I trolley tndtojrln InI
I I ln 1 4t > st r MnmH Ir II I ln Ion fimi Ial lattice > II IILloyd I Iilioyd
Lloyd Ilnyr ivtmnmnding mnultfill the Ih Third tnl Itngndo Irillf IrillfI hinigadeI
I Nnliontl Slon1 litianl tuHnl onfrre l with IIh 10 Imu Imuthighss < tfv tfvllugho
llugho tlIlh tin titus afternoon Hrllnl f ro for ° r ooin tIme tunregarding 11mIIe tImerugesoling
regarding IIe this I thnitoiuriK IIIUII situiistots > itiu IIrol tlori tif tiftho I Itime
time Ih strike Irk of Ito Ih omployo flo of irw It biter 1itornatlonnl 111 111I biternatiotsuil
natlonnl nlolII Pap Iapr fr r tornnnv I otl In II th titis Slni SlniAlnvidv Sa SttitAlrmtuly
I Alnvidv five IO conuissnia < oni > anio uif f the It Socnrnl SocnrnlKogirnent eq oti otiItaginnt 11 11Itairll
Kogirnent Itairll of r ion rti n lloyd briando hrlorl I It hay haylitem IB IBonloro
t litem onloro out uit I to a assist l l time tnrin 11 Ster1 Ster1in h hIn
in protecting prtll the Ih rompnny Imy proportv proportvI pro prnp I II ° rtv rtvI
I and n1 u lh rnmiflrntion IlI1ifmli of f the h cornf cumnptny cumnptnym 1oy 1oyI tny
I I ar I are no p otlon iteflsjv Ini iv it is poxil 111 that iniiny mNn Inisnymore
110 I more guinlomon IInlml may I lv nvdo < l Plant PlantI llanusof
I of the Ih company conhIvstiyarloeateIifl IIY nrlo i l ltn in mnnyilifTor mnnyilifTorinnt nnlt
innt nl counlin lOII It in i imdor unIIlnr tmnrieratood > tnoH that till tillorguixation eutiorgaitheations I
orguixation orlulallon m 1 tienornl lnml Uoyrtit loyd1 bngudo bngudoarv hungiolarc rloal
arc practically 111 tinder tlor waiting 11II 4nl 4nlIIrlldin enter enteritu4tuding rrler rrlerIncltidinie
Incltidinie IIrlldin the Ih Hoomd snr Idtltallon lJtdlon Tenth TonthInfantry T TIlfalrY TenthInfantry
Infantry IlfalrY u ice wl II nn Troop Trl It nor of llwny llwnyi hal halI
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lgr 1 farrrltl Cr11 and a Mr INpnel UP1 Ameng mettx m tnr tnrllrrllnt t ra raIleutlns
llrrllnt lrln PaMrnKm PaMrnKmtrailing Paain m mly arra arrabaiing
trailing today ly for the Ih Mediterranean Mediterraneanby IUclno
by th tIme North German nra Lloyd liner lnr Berlin BerlinProf i3erlinProf rin rinPrn
Prof Crorce Ofrcf eerse A Armour rmmir rmOlr of tr I Princeton linlonIr > rlnrotonMr
Mr Ir and Mr 1 P I U I I Bartlett ltrte Mr Ir and anctrlrck Mrs MrsFrederick Mr MrFrederick
Frederick rlrck IIrook Iro Mar llr II Oirrciil auditor auditorof uollor uollorof
of Ihe Ipofctolic poIole location Juton nt I Washington VashtnittonMr Wlll nIChn
Mr 1 r and Ind Mr 1 William I ia m L 1 Curtis I U Mrs fa A Andrea AndreaDippel mlr mlrDlppel nM0P1
Dlppel 0P1 Mr Ir ansi Ind Mrs Francis I lilac Iln Mr Mrsnd Mrand Ir Irnd
and nd Mrs 1 lUmillon IlmlloD W Msblo bl Mr lu r and nd Mrs MrsHollo Mrsfolio 1 I
folio ioio Oicdrn Mr Ir and Id Mis Mr Potter oU Palmer PalmerJr
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Hmllhers fmlhr VIIIUm Wiim MRlira mm Marriott 1mol Mrs MrsH MrH Ir IrIno
H W IVrrine Mr and Ino Mrs 1 A W Kosnuter Kosnuterand IOurr IOurrnt
and nt William Wiim P I Sterert SterertPaAschrr SteveresPaAacbgeru f e erhC
PaAschrr rhC by I the te Whit Wblt Star Str liner linerAdriatic lner lnerAdrlCI lineridruitto
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Mrs Ir Walter WI I I Kiddie ldd Major aor J 1 L i Orin Orintoo Orn Ornto flr1zton
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and PrlmaDJ Mr 1 and a Mrs r H I H I Matthews MatthewsSailing MatthewsSailing Iuh IuhNlnA
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LAKBWOOU X J March II After i itwo a atwo atwo
two days dl1 search the th dlaup disappearance > earsinoa ol olMiss orIIM ofMiss
Miss Helen Bloodgood who ho escaped ped from fromtwo fromtwo
two 0 nurses nu who liad charge of her In tb tbFort the tbeF theFort <
Fort F on cottage col IA Itlt here early rl on Wednesday Wednesdaymorning W Wvdnsedaymorningtis fldnotlldJ1 fldnotlldJ1momhllt
morning is I as a much ot u mystery as ever everAlthough eerAlthouKh everAlthough
Although she worn wo only onl II night dress dresnwhen dresswhen NII NIIwhlfl
when she h run m away and was barefooted barefootedsh barerootIIh
sh abe has ha managed thus hit far to elude thapolice the th thpoll thepolice
police poll < private detective und hundreds hundrediof hund hundor
of men who have been searching rehlnlt for gcr gcrThe rerTh cr crThe
The Th bloodhounds used yesterday fol followed toltowed ¬
lowed the tutu as a fur as the ntllruud mlln1I1lion nillruouilion sta station ¬
lion at Maxim n village about eleven elevenmiles t elevenmike 1tYClUmil
miles mil nortUniat north t of Lakewood and there therethe IhentI therethe
the I mil waa absolutely lost A t fw fwboo fewhouses w wbouses
I houses boo are scattered Ired around IUOUn in the vicinity vicinityof Idnhyor
of tin 11 Italian and the theory now being beingworked Lelngorked beingworked
worked upon is I that tInt missing young youiifiwoman youngwoman 011111woman
woman is sheltered in I one of these houses housesthe boo booIh housesthe
the Ih occupants of which are keeping her herhidden herhlddtfllu herhIdden
hidden hlddtfllu in th the hope of a substantial reward rewardbeing Nantbftlng rewardbeing
being offered for her safe re return Detec Detectives Deleetin Detectives ¬
tives were wtnto to visit every orm 0 on of these Ib houses bousestoday IUlu IUluloday housestoday
today and If there Ih is i Rood ground for forsuspecting for1Ipeellng forsuspecting
suspecting that Miss II Bloodgood Is I uou ooncos uoulltd uoutamislid
cos lltd led in Any Rn one on of them a search warrant warrantwill warrantIII warrantwill
will III be procured and nd the house under undersuspicion und undersuspicion r raullpiclon
suspicion will 111 be 0 thoroughly searched searchedU r ht ht1t
U wits at first II thought that the th missing missinggirl mllncdrl missinggirl
girl had drowned drow herself In LakeCarasalJo LakeCarasalJoabout
about half u mile fnim this hl place Irjt this thistheory IhlthfOry thistheory
theory luis Iw been abandoned Yesterday Yesterdaythe n1a n1aIhnutrflZaltll
the floodgates were opened and the b water waterwaa walrOIl waterwas
was OIl allowed Iu I it gel Iotfl ery e low 10 The Th lake Ukewas Ink Inka lakewas
was a then drugged tlruKIt by y n lOCO score oor > of men in inboats Inho4l inbout
boats lMitnothiti IlIlt tstnothinitresiihtedfrotn nolhlllllllI resulledfrointh rom Ih the se search searchexcept rch rchexcept nhlit
except that lit it was pretty well II eslablUliod eslablUliodthat l tablIahedthat blllll1 blllll1Ih
that Ih the Ih body of the Ih young woman was wasnot wastitut 11 11u1
not in the Ih lags laIC For milew mll around here herethere hf hfI herethere
there I ht urn itr marshes m h and nd great gnoa I cranberry cranberryliog cnmbllrTholt crusnbert7hogs
holt ansi the Ih missing girl might easily easilyliave fOJIil easilyhave
have 1 wandered into on One of them and andperished andfri andperished
perished fri h Iully 100 men were archliiR uesarchhtijtthe archliiRthe rchIII rchIIIIh
the Ih bogs and marshes m nah this Ihl morningillunn morning momlngWilham mornIngVtlliatn
illunn lilondgood father of the girl girlMid girluuiji <
Mid 11 today that I he would ul 1 not offer any anyInfinite an anlIlIile anyIelImiite
Infinite um for the Ih discovery discoverydaughter or his hisdalllttllr lii liidaItutrr
daughter dead ad or r alive Ii but a liberal liberalreward libooratnonl liberalrewni
reward Mould be I paid to I any n ono no who whoreturned whoretuirmiemI bo bonotu
returned notu rn I her to him or who found h her hflrbI herhasty r rUnly
hasty bI Mr Ir Hloodgood denied positively positivelythai itI itIIh1
thai Ins hi daughters Rhlr dmappearame was wasdim wudJIII wasdue
dim due to n loto 10 affair or r thaI a man man11I111 was wasmixed wssnieml
mixed up In the ram in any un way y He HeMiiil II IIi lieaid
Miiil i that lo the Ih I heat t t of his knowledge knowledgeshe i ii
i she hI had n Ir er n fjNI Me < l the Ih attentions atlcntlonsof 11t1nllur
of r any man manM lIIaliI maimIt
I M daybreak Iy tomorrow charges of ofdynamit ofI r rI
I dynamit will III l he > o exploded in the lake Ukelo lAlI laketosem
lo tosem set if It i is possible that I MlKsBlotxlgoorls MlKsBlotxlgoorlsImly li8IoodltlXWlody
body i is 1 hsel < lst1 < iid ud in tlie II mud nI the dragging draggingof
of thin Ih lak has h lesti > HII un o thorough ttiit ttiitII
II du d dse tiol 1 sovin III possible > o ibl that I the lit body lindyroiiM IIYtlllel bodynuilI
roiiM tlllel have hA lneti I ten mia mineed I tf It I is there therebut IM IMI theretaut
but I the fart that the Ih young woman lIn had hadon tuldu
on u very hltlo ilotlimg mnkoM IhllI it possible possiblethat rwIblIhl
that tlie II liook tnay I hae h faile > l to to bring bnngbor bringhr bringher
her liody up upA upreport f froolM
A report thjl the ihi h young woman was wasiw
iw < eii n in it tlie oranges range noarwlnrrw nr Ilt she m u teed teedto > d dto
to lIve II was w ma followed up today without withoutanv
anv Atl traw lnu iKins = found of ln tr s r
1 tioiwamts Tb of iircuiurs nllU with me picture picturef uno unor
lit > f the lb h young woman muIlI Iiaw been t sent > nt to toI toII tothe
I ho II towns and cine of the State tate that thatthe thatthe hatIt
the polio Ii aulhnntlc may a keep wstcti wstctifor wlchr watcitfor
for r or lien Mrs Hlondgood is I in a serious seriousxindltiini IItriOI1lldlll seriousondltisti
xindltiini dlll through anxiety a as to her herdaughter herdamighter r rlalllthrr
daughter Mr Ir Blo UlrxdttooeJ < xgnod has h scarcely scarcelylopt scarcelyet4 fCfly
lopt 11 ChIve lIIl the I h girl < irl s disappearance disappearanceMo
Mo II I is directing tho 11 i day y and night n nfor search searchfor anh anhfor
for her herCourt h hernun r rCourr
Court nun Clrrk I ttrl tn Rvplsln l Shitiie turn tllt tlltI o In iiiruSnt c ci
i co rnt nJJ ruSntflialrict nl nlI
I District JJ Attorney Attorn Whitrn n will 111 have havea h hI haveIs
I Is a talk this morning with Human B Wll WllI VIlI 11 11looon
I looon son clerk k of the Ih S 1 Seventh > vr > nth th Municipal MunicipalCourt llInkl1utll
Court whoer h > uixt account > unts are ar short more morethan mo morethan I Ilhan
than Rnn according to I A i report sent 1 to toth 10lit tothu
th Mayor by h Commissioner ommi lottnr of Accounts AccountsItaymond AccountsRaymond lOun1a lOun1aHaymond
Raymond H Fondick Yesterday Htrd Wil Wilson WIII WIII110I Wilti
son ti s non cnlled lied upon ll Mr Whitman in inrrurd InI liiregard
regard It1CII d to u 1 letter written by the I h Irk to totho 10Ih tothe
I the Ih District 1 Attorney denying uhsisyingany any on wrong wrongdoing wronguloitg rotIc1011I1 ¬
doing nnd offering lo niche 01 an n explanation explanationis 1an1 ion I
is HOOU as It ftosvlble J I I Mr Ir Ftxtdicks liMa report reportcharge roortcluarlt reportcharges
charge a muddled condition of the Ih court courtreconls rourlrPtOnl courtrecords
records kept l by > y WitHun il us disclosed l ItT ItTmlnltlloll Isyeisntnatiotie > y yexaminatioti
examinatioti rnadn on in February t hnr 3 3Rejnoldi 3rlr 3Serrrtar3
Serrrtar3 rlr > Rejnoldi of 0 New cs MrMro nlo Dead DeadM 0 0iii DeadSAcr4
M iii SAcr4 r U KK t N M 1 Msrch II IIJADIl Jam Janice W UReynold WItrnollIo WReynolds
Reynolds Secretary of Now ew Mexfop und undx IIn11I1It1111 andexstlflg
exstlflg x actme Knvrnor of that Territory forrltorydied
died Mmdonly ototoonl today loda on a llock I 1slitI 1slitIt lind lindtrnm
t train HI t Tucson Srlt from heart disease diMsuwwhilo rll rllhll diseaseI diseaseceiih
whilo hll on II hi hits way ay lo I > I icvloior Springa SpringaMo iprltigsRictiIn prig
I Mo 10 10I
I MoM M RictiIn In Cod liver Wcro Oil OilMULSION
MULSION MULSIONNo
No 0 Other bntul Lrnuhtiun mul iun on has the Quality QualityThere QualityThere QualityThere
There Arc Two Size SizesAmber SizesAmberGIa Amber AmberGlau
Gist GIa Bottles E Every > ery One Coo Contain CoelainiDe tain taining
lag Over 16 I 6 o oz and 8 OL Each EachNo EachI EachNo
I No sff 5 rM To Eat Up Quantity I II i iAlt t
Alt Druggist Dr KK Are Glad lad To Sell It ItAFTER III IIAFTER ItAFTER
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A Strrac sail n4 Suit D Defau f u Against AgatnitPntttBoalss AllIltI AgainstPaumoiss
PntttBoalss Invading Legion LtfioasMighty LegionMighty riona rionaMlghy
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Mighty few of us an stand the strut strutof strrnof stressof
of a long Winter without being more or orless orItss orless
less run down No we may not be I Iactually Iactually Iactually
actually sick nor do we realize that our ourstocH ourSI1 ourstos
stocH of strength is low until the Ih mar marrowlif marrowtuvezing < Irow
rowlif row rowtuvezing < ezing chill of Pneumonia shakes us usMEET ustEET usMEET
MEET THK INVADER 1lV DER WITH THK1 THK1OVERFLOWING TIlE TIlEOVE1IFLOWINfl I IOVEflFLOWIXO
OVERFLOWING VIGOR ANI SIJ > RICH RICHNOTKIHIIMVNT RlcnI RICHNotnzMh13tcr
I NOTKIHIIMVNT THAT OZOMCLSIOX OZOMCLSIOXOIVRS
I OIVRS OIVRSYou OJ aivgsYou E9
You 10 u hear almost every evrryolher other day da of ofsomebody ofsomebody
somebody who was seized with Pneu Pneumonia Pnrumonla Pneumonia I
monia and in a few days dol the book of oflife oflife oflife
life was closed forever foreverBut foreverlInt 1 1BUI
But did you ever hear of such a fate fatebefalling fatebdallin fatebefalling
befalling one who having lost 10 flesh and andenergy andnergy andenergy
energy and being nagged by an obsti obstinate obtinate
nate cough had the foresight to get a abottle abottle i I Iboule
bottle of Ozomuision and kept on taking rakingit I Iit
it until he was w himself again againNo I againNo in inNo I I
No and you never will j
Aiitl IIJ Oiomultion Is just as JUno a de defense defrnse detense ¬
tense in Bronchitis Grip Catarrh Com Common Common Cornmon ¬
mon Cold and other troubles of the thethroat j jthroat Ithroat
throat and lungs lungsTrial lunpTrird lungsTrEII
Trial Bottle Free by Mail MaflTbst MaThat II IInet
net those who bo ant sssldnc kin health and andttrength andstrength Qd I Iacrenh
strength mar experience QerlrU1 the Ih llferlrlng llferlrlngproperties IIfIlnltpro iifgivingpropeTtI
pro properties t of this excluslra medicinal food foodmuUlon foodmublon foodemulsiona
emulsiona muUlon AS s well e ss a s know mo its It s superfortlT super superIn superforltrin uDertorUIn
In bvlo being meat paUtsbto 1o1b sad easy to l o U Ur UK UKsunt cakpnarou takes takesgenerous
generous r m rous tor bottle wlU b be sunt by m mlaono man to toposrearu toIbMIo tothose
those who be s ad nd lodresasa liT posrea posreao SOatcard or
loner to t Omqlldcm us 61 Pearl I 8 N NTork
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March 21 1 April AprilIt pri1 7 7l
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Com plain lRt I AgaInst t Lawyer LawyerThe LaWrThe Law7rrThe
The Appellate p llte Division of tho Supreme SupremeCourt SupnteCourt SupremeCourt
Court dismissed yesterday 8tenia disbarment disbarmentproceeding disbarmentproceedings llabumDIproceedln
proceeding against InL Nathan D I Stem Im of ofUS I II IIts
I US Broadway and in exonerating Mr MrStern ilrStem
Stern declared that the motive of attack attuckwas Attlltkohvloua attackwas I
was obvious tho animus apparent and andthey JUldIbe iuithey
they Ibe should not be permitted to succeed succeedThe IIUOjTb auoceedThe
The Tb com cornplioL plain t was nude by David U UHeine nHeine Ithome
Heine whoso who daughter Mrs Minnie H HVognldled III ItVogeldJed
Vognldled last October Outobfrlealnc leaving Mr lr8Iern lr8IernfoWOOO Stern SternHOOOO Stern1otx3
I HOOOO and nuking him thn tll residuary residuaryi rNidry11We residuaryletoe
i 11We legatee of her estate estatej tatu tatuhome I II
j home and other relative 111 contented the Ihewill thewili
I will In the tb Surrogates Court and the thesuit thel thelsuit hellUlt I
suit was also heard this week in the Sit Smiptem i ipreme
I HIII
preme me Court In each cn case the th will was I
I upheld and charge cba against the thoIn lawyer Is IsIn
< In connection with the execution of m mwill awlU a awill
will were Im not proved It waa shown Ibo that tatI t tI
1 I Lawyer Slern was u to liave has marrieti Mrs MrsVogel Mn01t MrsVogel
Vogel 01t 1 and that shot ah Insisted on leaving Icavtsgi
i i him thehulk Ih thehslkofbercetatobecatcbm thehslkofbercetatobecatcbmssieted hulk of b ber r caUto because becauual1ftt b i hai haiusiotwl
usiotwl her iu the management n1AD emaat of ortlAln ofbusinessandkioonrvtngbsr fcer fcerbusiness
business tlAln businessandkioonrvtngbsr u nd in oonservinc bill property pre
Tb The pprllatn Division points dttt utYIA utYIAn mstIh mstIhIteinea fcbwt fcbwtHeines
Heines n ina complaint lOmp nt arise not frotaepw frotaepwfr rro rrorIonal fmuspeefcsssiotusl
fr rIonal sional relations with the lawyer Ia wft wftfrom JirItrrom bs bsfrom
from his bl disappointment at t tM t tIilItj ti Br Brvi e eIsiotis
vi IilItj ioti rof f Ilia daughters daub win wi wirbarR Tfea Tfeacharge mecharges
charge aro t so ac a fully met that they are araworthy areworthy re reortbylhft
worthy ortbylhft thn oourt says TII Tb Tke duty of oftho orIhn ofthin
thin court is to the Ih members of tAw her bsjrIts barit ii iilIe
Its it officer om and to not only to arVnlnlitir 54InIsrdiscipline arVnlnlitirdiscipline Vcdlaciplln
discipline to those found guilty of ofpror otprofessional un unprofessional ¬
professional pror Ij1l1 conduct but to toreputatlo pro piOseet toot the thereputation n nreputation
reputation of those attacked tipta fl frtvt frtvtolous trlYtolona frtvohous
olous or malicious charges cha To TodIIIB6tt TodIIIB6ttIh Todtthese dl aKy aKythese
these Ih charges by b mfnniag tbata woutJ woutJbe 1 1bC
be to permit the tb purpose of Ute aMaw aMawto aI aIto ¼
to 0 be accomplished d to a conatdambte conatdambtedegree QMhlllftolthdpIP conaldeTIsdegree
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thinking about For example you will surely learn learotomorrows leaTtomorros learntumoyws
I tomorrows coffee coff cup untaiited if you once on start t th thTale the theTale n nTalc
Tale ot the Knitting Knittingolehina Knittingof i
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lisa It Io a knitting wrought by steel t 1 and steam and andis that thatIH
I IH all ye know knowand and all y ye need to know knowJuat Just at atpreoRnt atpresent t tpresent
present at any rate And If I r you read 8d your poeta and andan andI andan
I an tell without recourse to 0 Bartlett rtlelt what is left out outof outI outof
of the above aho quotation von YO will m b be interested In the thoproposed theIro theproposed
I proposed proposedDinner Iro proposedDinner 1 1 1I
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Here Kbakeepearas HhL ¼ epeares5 kinship will HI have a whole table to tothem tohen tothemselves
them themselves hen ev fI and the offsprini of Robert no rt Burns will sit sitside sitside it itide
side bv side wit with h I Ih880n he son of Robert Browning BrowningOne DrownlnOne
One Sunday f Sun un writer ho hits discovered a burial burialground burialrollnll burialirotind
u ground rollnll with lIh n very vcr peculiar fence around It It2OOO ItI
I 2OOO 2 000 Whales Whalesgave Whalesgaveuptheirtreasured 4 4I
I gave gaveuptheirtreasured up th thfJir ir treasun ttf8Aurcod d jawbone for or the thentaking making of ofthat ofI ofthat
I I that fence and it IH i described I cribed colorfully colorfullySpeaking colorfulhI colorfullySpeahcijig
I Speaking Speak ill of whalef there i lpo u story torr about fish that thatlive thatI thatlive
I live out of water in H jovial continuity of intoxication intoxicationand
and suffer no punishment for their Immoral existence existenceRight fxutenceRight existenceRight
Right on top of the yarn arn of the Ih waterless fish comes comesthe comMthe comesthe
the statement that nakcA are much abused and their theircplendid theirpJendld theirsplendid
splendid qunlitiec it ice are iroiwl tt forth fort hi undr IIl1d ilw Ih heudof head of Muna MunaFriend MandFrirndtheimke lanliI
I Friend trlendlhe Frirndtheimke FrirndtheimkeQats the nnkc nnkcGats nnkceatS
eatS in Yokohama and andTimers andTillers andTijers
Timers in eorea GoreaM
M em < m to be equnllv troublesome Iroubl mt to tho natives nltt of these thesepraces theflptaces theseplacesif
praces placesif if on mny mn mnyjudgst judge from Ihe artIcles describing describingtheir d crlblng crlblngtheir
their attendant atttIIdllntBelore woe woeBefore u uBefore
Before leaving th the > natural history b department df artment of oftomorrow oftomorTOW or oromorrow
tomorrow s paper mention must be made illS e of ofMary of4Wary ofMary
Mary Mannerings Mannerin s Opinion Opinionof
of 0 Man ManTh
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chic he h but they th are nr donrs m ili partiittlHr partiittlHrJust
Just one more mom reference t Its faunal thing Ihlll Did your yourermine yourerirUne ourfmtln
I ermine coat ever caterwaul lalf nlll There a lady lad written writtenof
of tomorrow hoe Iwautiful opera cloak acted like hkoa
a pussy whose fail hAd been br ctoppd tpi d on Upland UplandKaima tplltndI
S Kansas < It I a frill Coownitiv COllp rull TOMI How HI do d they theydo Ih theysic
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Follow the notions of n FaJtorv Fn III Girl and a story storyabout eto etoabol1t etorabout
about micro mnteroicuptc copie cookitiR cookitiRThere CCtklnlThfrt eoektngThere
There is i an account of the th Young Yiin JUn Woman oman who is isHich iaHichtrv isltichevcrv
Hich Hichtrv eviry tfn tm minutew or so ph he h rides on 1 trolley trolleyvir rolle rolleIr
car Ir most of the tune however howeverThe howrrI
The 111 only > nly woman broker in town the woman printer printerand rinter rinterand printerand
I and tho woman plnymatc to invnlld all tell their theirexperience theirrarriunce I IXI
experience XI tr > tnctOo in n ihi hlI en way that ho IhoWhat shows showsWhat hoWhat
What the Women omen Arc Doln Dolnthough Doing DolnJIhoUlth
though that i I the title of another column that hare sharewith harewith barNwith
with the Womant Pat in interest interestDebW InlfrfltDhbl interestI1rIhl
DebW Crab Dibbl Crab 1 have em hot sing aiD the theMaryland theI
I Maryland monger lUon rll togevher with II h their t poetical fel feltown tellows
town 10 In InFolk InFolk InFolk
Folk Songs from the South SouthThe SouthThe nuthThe
The man who known everybody takes another om omniscient omI emniselent ¬
niscient stroll strollA 11011itallan
I A Statesman of the Ih Deep Sea tells how to mix politic politicnnd polltfCtand
and navigation navlgntionand and Parson PartconTrippscrmonzesonpoker PartconTrippscrmonzesonpokerThems Trippsrmonlzes Trit nnonzeft on poker pokerTheres I II
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I Another Corking Poker Story Storytoo
I too that you ran NIIIhuddfr shudder at without knowing anything anythingabout allthlngi anythingabout
i about the game railed The Ticket to Safety SafetyThen SafetyThen SafetyThen
Then of conn Mr Ir RufTum reminisces reminhcmK nmlniCtllvPfbod reminiscesEverybody
K Everybody very vPfbod body is I told what he ha h wanted to know knowlonr V Vlong sn snlong >
long inQuniiormsroi in Qu QutuIiona ii iiii and id < pawcn pawcnThe u > rrn rrnThe > J JTho
The Problems for Six Readers still puzclo in their theirancient th theirancient r rancitnl
ancient inimitable manner mannerThe marultrI mannerThe
I The Motto of Denver Denveraccording Denverrdln Denveraccordingifia I
according rdln to a woman womanwhopilfenceigns who ho pilfer lilftfll8htn signs and tell how howshe bowbo howshe
she bo get gets them in tomorrows columns Is IsSmile IiiSmtle I II
I Smile you 011 Son of a Olin Smile You 0 will need no nosuch noi nosuch
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