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liramsrlboMortnt IaaiiirIbo tOfli of Many Manyi llau sn 11ft 11ftulwonlon flu fluL4lb1ontC
> i tdmonton far up In Alberta to toi o oIn
i 11 in French renc Guiana Oulana2tOOO 31000 mile miletig witHlIg mLsthe
tig i 0 the record of the W 8 St 8t
t S i > pra Company which diibaadtd diibaadtd1tenUy diobaudedItnIa d1sbadsderiiay
1tenUy ItnIa after landing from th thInitrh the thlulrh theIuteh
Initrh Weat t Indian din Mail Mailrrom ateamthip ateamthipi
i f rrom Paramaribo They Th bad badtince badn hdIfle
tince Ifle n June I Uat year yearvg atnjiag atnjiagug < i
ug from oFau Fauat and Fra D Dto DI DIolbe Dito
> to olbe The Runaway Runawa and Lw Tbe TbeN Th ThI
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rlplared Co CoIIed
plared before folk In evening eveningand nftllnand
> and before folk with practically practicallytint
tint 11 re at all Thy had audience of ofnd ornd of1fl41 I
1fl41 nd Crow Indian In the Sorttiwt SorttiwtMuiih Sorthw
Muiih Indiana In Surinam Cowboy Cowboyil Cobo Cobot I
< il for tlirra and fur trader waited waitedMage waiteda
a Mage Ie door with preaenta of errata erratai I
i L miik uk kina for the thoIadl ladleof ladles qf thechorua thechoruanuuli the chorua chorua1t1i cboruarfla41 I
nuuli one unroofed the ahow and aadIt i iit
it irirna donna had to reach for high ti tir u uIhlnl 3 3l I
r A l KwUhing Ihlnl wind and a driving rain rainrv
1 rv v were f1 r nowbound heat ttrickenl ttrickenlManick strlckpnJMIIk trlebn trlebnuk nlnl
Manick and fever scared They T beT Tame TameTM cameIW
TM with not only a bag of entertain entertainne
ne ei 11 IIrience eriencea > > but pocketful pock ruls of money moneytin
tin I lour netted a profit of between OflOOO OflOOOJD1 128000Dt
JD1 Dt 87 7 1lIIA 1lIIA1be UiJO UiJOThe x xThe
The company was organized laat tprlns tprlnsor
for or a tour of nineteen BritUh province provinceiv provinceRoblnaon
I iv 1 M I H Rohlnmn who ho put pu up the cah cahMr ceabflobinson
Mr 1 Hobmeon figured It waa w a good gamble gambleand amb1eInI
and a stunt worth trying to tea if an ano anora anor
o ora < era coni IOfIIIlUlY ny could ting dollar out of ofi otIIof ofth
i IIof th he rocfcctt of people all the way a from fromnncouver rromI fronI
I nncouver to Caracas rara He gussed ItJ d right rightu
I u it turned out outand and the troupe wa so sottckled o otickled 01CklfCl
tickled with their tucc success that they are a I
thinking Ihlnk hinkIn ng of trying Iryinlt U on again next year yearW
W S t llarkint with an internet in In the thecompany thetv therYmrny
company tv waa as buaineaa buain manager andfor andforMag aodrortaCt andforage
Mag taCt manager man r and pmiucer they got gotFrank 10 10rank gotFrank
Frank 0 NeUon who hat hAd an experi experience ¬
ence III of twentyeight trnly lgh yean ra in putting puttingnn put Dc Dcon
nn N opera light and heavy The prima primailttaa primAltoMa primaInn
ilttaa Inn oomea com from New ew linen Her Hername lIername hername
name I Is Minna Louiae Storm and aha owns ownato OW1I1to ownsto
to 72 2 rear and quite a bunch of good goodlooka 00 goodlooks 1
looks 100 Either Barton wa the thetraltc con contralto cnotrto ¬
tralto Henry Taylor the tenor and SUffs SUffsManager StaltJanacer 8te 8tetinager
Manager Netton tion looked after the bary barytone bal1IMe ry ryton ¬
tone part ns jack aek Henderson WM the theprincipal 1Mrrioclpal theprincipal
principal comedian There wu 4 chorus ohoruaof
of e r aizuwn girls ir and ntl ten men menIt mtnIt menIt
It wa wu Frank Selena who told the story atoryof
of the tour lie ta i a a Scotchman very veryliriak verylirisk 1 1hriak
liriak and alert rt a as he had to he to keep keephi kttpbia
hi bia com company piny up to the th notch under und r1t r1taorta a aeorta If Ifort
aorta ort of queer condition Mr Jr Neliton Nelitonwaa SelA I
was found at the Grand Central nlral Station StationTeaterday Satlonte1 8tUcTeater
Teaterday Teater te1 fy afternoon checking baggage baggageto C P PI I
to New ew Haven for part rt of the company I IHens I Inllre Iltsre
Hens and there went rot the ladi Lidie e of the thefhorua thedorua thechorus
chorus the brunette a little limner from fromthe lromtb8 fromthe
the feat Indian suns th Ibft blond i a aIAI wht whtl
l IAI a blond for the aime reuton One On of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the girto air oirried a timoroua monkey monkeyAnother Inonb1I tnonkythother
I Another wa was cherishing a black oinary oinaryho O1U111who otnaryrho
who ho appeared < 1 gloomy and nd a third hopedi hopedirha hoJfldhe hod hodeho i
rha would get a pair of matncM tnatllUflla > ta to N Sw Swlla4lo > ew ewItavea w wHavea
Havea to show the folks ThNr trunk trunkand tronl trunksand
and suit t oaae were packed paC el with curio curioand ourkJaand ourksand
and memento of the long trip tripVou tripYou I
You bet were we rn glad < lad to get hom Mid MidNtlaon MittelaOD MWNelson
Nelson but It was some etrlp trip eon atm anmnInp atmlriP cornstrip
trip Ill bet weve got th record all alliijht alltJLhL II IItlhl
iijht W We played to our Ant rat audience in inAztoouver I IVancouver
Vancouver lUICOuTer on June J I and then worked workedrkmly workNkrwl1 workedlowly
lowly EMI taking taklo < in Laggan a greit greittMiriat gveittazrist 1
I tMiriat lIri point poIntIht1 they go 0 her to tee M the theKUcieraund tbfliMlle theLiiemafld
KUcieraund liMlle and nuke rua ohnrt irnl 11 tipa thrntizh
lh h Yoho Y Valley al1 < Califry Edmonton EdmontonMedicine FdmontIedloin V4mntinediotn <
Medicine ediotn Hat AI MrioeJw lr J Ilegmi 1I j 1 in intaakatcbewan UItiukatchenn Intaakatehewn
taakatcbewan and u r lot more towns thtt thttwould Ihlwould thtwould
would make folk here tit U up to te see they theyare Ih theyare
are 11 ao progreaalv p Te and hustling hustlinglt bl dlnc dlncOlt
Olt lt wa u In Calgary Ont we e hid 009 08 of ofthe orthe ofthe
the scariest riftt experience elptlrl nce of th whole wholetrip wboltrip wholetrip
trip We W were re singing Fr Fra Diavolo In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Academy of Mucio whn wh n a torntdo torntdofrom lomdr torntdfrom
from r m the th Bute hit town and a lI taauhfd taauhfdthe uteh uteh1M
the roof or a big hl part of It right off the theepera th thcptra thecpera
epera haute Ule That crowd thawed bo nerve nerveOf nerveI
I 4 Of courw a few women aortwehtd elt and andthere andthere andthere
there were one on or two fool men aa a usual utuilbut uu uuJIlt usualbut
but the Ih majority mllj rtl1 of th audience tuck ntuckright uituckrtht tuckrtllht
right In their teat ata There waa no place placeto pierto
to go It waa blowing gun outside and andriming Andr andrainIng
riming r nlne hard to the th op opera ra houss hu was aa aacinfortable uc ascnfortsble
cinfortable c and safe aa any u oth other r location locationWelt locntlonWell looiUonweIl
Welt Ml 11u Storm WM tinging when whentt wli wlitI wknthe
tt the > e twitter hit ut HM 8h stopped only II arorn i injoment
moment rorn nt or two t to give the orchestra a aU1C8 aance I Iuice II
> uice to brace up then went at right on onI i iI
I I wan funny The roof over the stare starewe tAe tAew t I
w we Intact a AI fit t happened happtn and we wet wetei wG1eIe wete
i Ie e and dry but the audience was wet I Ia Ihen Ia 1
a hen In a ihower ahow 1 dont rl nt believe a ainy arnr a1rianT
< iny ever got more applause than we wec wee e ehst > i
c 1 that evening eveningAn
An n a agent rent nt of the Canadian Gov CfOnmment CfOnmmenttfI rnment rnmentc
c tfI n ne to ut u at Calgary and naked a us to totn tol I IItl
Itl tn l a special performance for the Sioux Sioujrrnw I
511 r < rrnw m Indian lie 11 saId It didnt didntme
me w in Iwn Mh difference what opera a af we wein wen I
f n it w wcd Id be all alithe 11 the tame me to the theedm therjlJI thefjvIfl
edm rjlJI n Ho t we gave Pinafore PinaforeMt The TheMI Ther
< r MI In front then th J the bucka and andy
W4 y tuck In the home hou were the th squaws cquawai tttua I
1 i lot of iuirmlnc < pspooe pa napoo It Itunny hIInnr Ita
a unny show The Indiana mt there theremaking there1iO1 thereto4
1iO1 making a sound except an antl an4onaI I Ijn
4onaI jn tl l grunt and you couldnt t tell tellthey 1811hltr I ITher
hltr they wen fII grunting < with youHIli youl you youi
l i von o2 Hut bftwaen the arts wj wjl th1HI
C l HI i r UK < I d < Ilketh Ilk like th the miKhief howhowing howhowingi bowhowlnai howhowjniIring
i 4t tnnK > r nlt and clapping Uieir tunil tunilhtn handJlI hani haniwt
wt htn I men At the end of the opera operav j jI
I lv v Cave IIK really a fine ovation I II I Ire
I fr re fhafa tIut is what hAI you would call cnlllt cnllltWI It Ite Itwe
WI e couldnt underaUnd und rabDd what fut they theyh lbe lbeh
O h tiutlrt njHriT I I
> I i wnuki jlt have split your our skips If Ifrn itt
f t rn around at t the tJi lilAC door doori doorrsdmy
i Aratiemy ta 1fm < Of Muaio MY ar fifteen fifteeni ttr
i 11 ten after the final curtain Half Halfi
h i n young Indiana blanketed and andrr
t rr red < 1 and painted like tnt totem m poU poUm poke polun1 pokened
m n1 > l up What for Waiting for fort lorocr
t ocr 1 rl ra 10 come out The girl were wereL
L > m j L but the Indiana didnt mean meanrR meanig
rR 1 You know They didnt speak p8Ikp i if
M f A Mep p They lbe Jut wanted to toInr see seeathgeri e ei
i athgeri Inr < e gen looked like at dose doseIM
e IM 4 w we played further north than thanH thanuflb1y
t > H company ever ha W ao far a as
f I A at any rate We at rtw in InI
I i the lit capital of Alberta th thii the theT
ii T crmmuuf urmIRl rflffl5 or the Canadian canad ilia Pacific Pacifict
t Ir r four weeka and there watnt watntr
ft 01 > r timtiiK1 rnIII e that we didnt hare haYe1l1ClOoi haveg
1 1 1l1ClOoi KN > I IKHM IM > Most of the people peopleso jopIe4otji
t so icotrh < jtr TB They y V are pratty ntoe ntoelining ntoef1 nicentng
lining f1 n too and there never M wn wnguit wits witswho N
4 guit who had a better time timetnwii tlmIllotIII timetlieui
1 tnwii went for short lI Io dogtlcd doc docrY dogsleikaperoned
rY riy chaperoned of caur oune ounerIb ourearth e erih
rIb A IractrnamecUloDon fur trader named MoDon MoDonrk
I rk ofTeivd < hi 11 him hand and heart heartIIUMH IIN IINIIUIIJ heartIuwo
IIUMH worth of property propertyMI
MI IIC ft donna but aha tt uldn OuldDI > t
I rk rk i > bfl got a mink ml k oo COat t any au
A 1 wi w > w were re at Kdmontorv otolv all alla
I 1 a Tip to old Fort F rt Saakatcha Saakatchar
r 1 ty jr mile IIli to th the north of the theini therot theh
ini h I r rot 1rt rt or ofouresoorgworeC f our eecorc wen Creea Creeai eA I IY
i ry Y cheaply h pt7 some wonderful wonderfulT
T r fwrcupiae work on tanned tannediftrtii a
iftrtii 104 Iff pureuplna work worltde da
I > n i uoJand oreO tuttU < IU MI l harder harderv
v IHV y than good beadwork beadworkparferm beadwurkit
I jI it ttfigeerte ttfigeertetDA lg lleartJl
i tDA 1ttterctiAlf IflPreila parferm pn
M Hat singing i g > g Ort OWbertu
4 4I I ru u Ie > audlee a au4leeees eii that thatu
10 InJIIItrlMtukfoet InJIIItrlMtukfoetfI In 1151 t of Ntaekf t Masse Masse0
fI 4j h u 4 > turn oJ o Bttt it g good od odat 1 1tit
> < at He tsshna na the thel M Ktl KtlW311 1 1AI
W311 AI ftq iouk prairie prairie4
I M 4 f u ClMr vwat wheel wheeltg 1 1
< l IK rmd < i 4 iletaolMBe de4soheelhit t tPolitw
1 hit lroo Mr iiit Pokes Pt at I i I
P IotJ d diseeer They sid
I Ii Iab
were we to gUd Iad we welwt had turned up upto to break
lh LUlIIo numotony of thtaga that A dinner
was as pretty tty am small U return for or the pleasure
we retuuIglW MAU had fY1ttt From the yam tteytoM they told
In a nonobaUnt eort of way I ahoulda
ay M r thy the11fW1 were troubled much wl2r with IOo w
uotony uotonyt
nOll we went to the Martt1 Maifthe e Pro
Incee lalUnl Quebec Montreal St
John John t Sew ew Brunswick Biull wlck and other dike citl
and paving apeclal a pecaJ seriM ri VorngMe VorngMen 01 engage
mentlln macta in NvwtouDdlaM We had 101lick to stick
In SL Joha n Nlw10undlDdfor w ounanf or two twowMkI weeks
nowbound but bu the engagement paid
pretty well It waa s on tianSSSr SOTelllber 1 Sal 1a
wftlrt lenUaUfu Uallfax for Hamilton Bermuda
on th the rieamanlp Ocamo Moat of ua
wished Iab we had never Men Ute Ocaaso or
tae Atlantic Ocean before that nine days
voyage waa over Rough My lei Jy boy
there were time when w we thought that the
W 8 8 lUrkln Opera Company would
be tuning tlJDlncup up for DaTYJonealirthe DavyJoneus Davy Jone lit th Locker
Theatre In one of of the aide swipes wa
got ot from a continual storm thirtyalx
weep and four cow co were abed over ¬
board Moat oal of ua wouldnt have ha cred
tuppence If we had hatllOne gone along with la the
weep and cows For four day car8wwrt w wg w were r
I locked In Ii our cabin
We played nine dajnrfln da1tlf day In Htmllton and
then moTed on to Barbados Borne o 01
I those people down there lAId they dDt hadntahow
seen a show for four years and they th the
cheered like 1111 they lh meant It It Om Ollltthlaa thing thtn
1 noticed they lore a blond In that cor ¬
ner of the world I believe that an enter
pitting American manager m r could take takemualcaJ a amusical
musical comedy company composed ai
moat entirely of blond to the West
IndIes Indl and the South uth American town townand townsand I
and make all th U the money a thlp could bring brln
florae you ee they are used to bru brunette bruntJti brunettie ¬
nette ntJti cloyed with Usem
We charged cltar 10 ahilllngs for the beat beatJm beatHl1t bestseets
Hl1t Jm and nd Be price scaled down to two twoshillings
hilling When I tell you that a I1JOO
house was nothing unuaual you can see ea
th the kind of business bualn w we did But Bu expen expenSi
Si Ivel Wheel Theyre ao tiled to pick
log la tourists down there that th the coat of of11111I
living for everything but boom boo and andcigarette andclpreltfotl andcIgarettes
cigarette la a at Mh Jlth a a Jupiter W Wwere We Wewere Wewere
were two week at irlnldad and enjoyed enjoyedvery enjoyedevery nJoYfdIve
very Ive minute of It It It WM w suggested
that w we take a trip up the Orinoco partly
for fun and partly for f r aInma i n fit lJ glnni glnnicaino don doncents Ioo Ioocame
came a yellow ello fever fey scars and w wa change changeour chaolfIUOUl changeIour
our mind
Deraerara Demlnraa wa our OtJfllut next stop and andwe andWO andwe
we tang mixed m ed opera to tome mighty IIIIht IIIIhtml
mixed ml race They Th T teemed to like grand grandopera rnndfa crandQpera
3fdat opera fa beat of all Gilbert OUlwrtt A BuTllvan
didnt go 0 at all W hadnt Intended to 0 0I
take in IVramaribo but we got ItO a tpecial
I invitation from acme Dutch functionary
or other who lAId that It didnt make makeany maken7 makeEnglish
any difference if English WM not under underttood WIderI
I ttood there What they wanted WM WMplenty waDplenly wasplenty
plenty of mule and a sight of pretty pt1lttyI
I American Am rtaut girl We W had rx bOt o In atock atockand stoc stocand tock tockI
> and went very ry much to our satIsfactIon iti factlon
We played to JIOOO 1000 lluo lliO II i joo and to toi 10on soon
i on a night It wa wAigood was good butlneaa buaiJI There Threare
Fare are a lot of Bush nero ne neyloes < In and around
Paramaribo and I fancy we aaw w the theprira heprle thepri7
prira Bush negro of the I lot He II la a atort aIO asort
tort IO of governor of hi his people a giant giantin latIt
In ttature taturemult mutt be ala h feet aix ix or there thereabout the thereabouts ¬
about and a gorgeous spectacle in the thecutoff thetLJtolf thecaito
cutoff uniform of the Dutch 1 Governor Governora Ooverua
a rig rI which wa too email for him It ItcoMitted ItI Itconsisted
consisted of yellow pant and nd a black
I frock coat ornamented with Ith epaulet epauletand tpauletaand
and brass buttons He wore a plumed
hat carried a word and Jangled I with withmedal withmedals Ith Ithmedala
medal HI lUll badge of office om aa a they theycalled the theI theycelled
called it WM an ornament of rough roughold rougholdt gold JInldt goldt
I t with a big bl rough diamond They Theyaid ThfYhid Theysaid
aid there was three pound of Bold In Inthat InthaI Inthat
that hit of bricabrao and that the dia diamond dlamond dlxmood ¬
mond wa worth a bunch of money mon We Wemet Witmet Wemet
met thin notable no bill on a fete tilt day held In Inhonor iJIhonor Inhonor
honor of Queen Qu n Wllhelmina baby
We took a chance on Cayenne French FrenchGuiaia FrenchOulaa rench01l1aIR
Guiaia and the tint thing thin we aaw w of
inttntt there the were the convlrta walking
the th pta t ta apparently free They wore woreyellow WIffyellow woreyellow
yellow uniform Muiy of them heard heardlour heardouroptroU heardour
lour ouroptroU our operas being admitted at t quarter quarterprice quarterprlea quarterprie
price I underitind there tbe that they have havechtncea haTecl1U1 harechances
chances cl1U1 to t ramp but bu the only place placertev placetev
rtev 1 tT can etcfcpe to i 10 the buah country countryand countryand
and the tll Indiana know they m can get from fromM
M to 1 100 franca for the return of ofa a prisoner prisonerIt
It doemt make much differene whether whetherbe heth hethbe
be la I returned dead or alive The bush bushman blUhRIA bushtnai
man get hit money anyway
Our Jut Iud realty WM at Caracaa Caracaawhere Cr54where af1lCllL4
where President Oomez occupied a box hotThey boxThey boxThey
They demanded d grand or opera ri In Csrica CsricaThey earJonThey CaracwThey
They are uw1 ta It and dWnt sem m to I I
ore at all for the lighter tl htPr things In our ourrepertoire orr ourrlrtoirt
repertoire r We W could 1 here ilrrn them a attWtinn aHIICtInn aielctln
ttWtinn from thtrtvtwo light operas Jfra If Ifti tr11YlwuI ifttn
ti 11YlwuI ttn y had cared for it From Iarica wi wireturned Wtorlumed wereturned >
returned to 11 Paramtribo and then took tookthe tooke tookthe
the e steamer t < mer Rurinam for hom homi hornAu
i Alt of u UI were delighted dellcht with 1111 the th tour tourand turand lIr lIrland
j land and we hope well U get the opp9rtunlty opp irtunlty irtunltyof
lof nr making < another next Mator year OlP9rtunltlj It beat beatany bfalan beatany
any an trouping I ever did didfoat didMost f fMoat
Moat of the company lIe in New NewI Sr SrI
I England cities but several erJ1 of the nincrri nincrriwere slnerswe In ra
I were w we found In iMMTrdlnghouaea bo boarding rdlnILh houses In Trt TrtThirtyeighth VrsiThirtyeighth Nt
Thirtyeighth street Ire < t They Mid that thatfitage tII1St thatIltage
I fitage St M Inur naxer Nelwn > hadnt overtttted overttttedthlnjct onraltfodI
thlnjct LtI thin a a bit It WM great and they would wouldlike wluldliko
I like Uk to try it again
II Mme mr Xatimera to 0 End Her Sexton on Mater NalorSav Materclay alII alIIday
day Prize 9tnt ro Winter Winterne WInJ WInJI
I ne ne Xarimora aI lIDYS will conclude o > her herRUM bffat her1Mokfl
I 1Mokfl RUM at Sazimova SIi nDYS new Thirtyninth Thirtyninthtrcet
Itrwt I trcet theatre on Saturday evening eveningI eveningWhen
I Wh When a the playhouse reopen on or about aboutI
I Septemberl the Attraction will m be Mme MmeNazimova IDleSulmova MmNuimov
Nazimova In a new drama dramaI dramaChristie
I Christie Chr tll t Ma oDonald baa been engaged engagedfor fIIft d dror
for the role r of PttfWMnfl P1t18If la the all 11 turn stsrrntrlvai tar reo reoIvai
viral of The Mikado which la to open openat I
at 1 the Casino Theatre Th tre on Monday M 1 May JO JOfor u ufor
for a limited engagement IIp menl The role of offrp0 0 0pRto ofIupRA I
IupRA frp0 pRto which was originally announced announcedaa
aa having been aatlgned ICOed to Mia 1 Mar Marrue Marrlle Marmerit
rue merit rite Clark will be played by Mia Grace GraceKennlcott OraoeKenaloott GraceKennlcolt
Kennlcott KennlcottContract KennlcoltCotract
Contract were tlgned Ute Fit last t night nightby nl nightby < M Mby I I
by Nora Ibyo and JtcX Xurworth pro providing provldlntr providing ¬
viding for their return 111m to vaudeville open opening openIng ¬
ing a tour of the Percy 0 William ama circuit circuitat I
at the Orpheum Orpb on Monday May 10 go going gDoinlt goIng ¬
ing to the Colonial June UDe 8 and the Alham Alhambrt Alhambr Albambri
brt br June IS ISDaniel tSDa 15Daniel
Daniel Da 1 V Arthur announce that Edward EdwardChrk ErIrdnuk dwnlCltrk
Chrk la the winner of the MOO 00 prim pd offered offeredfor oeredtr
for th the bent tong a submitted J for the ties IIMof 1 1fir tiesof
of Miss 1181I Louise Dresser who 1 10 playing plAnn In Inimport Inp insupport
import p rt of Do Wolf WolrJlop Jlopper r in A Matlnto MatlntoIdol fatinIdol MatLnsldolat
Idol ldolat at I Daly DalyeThitre > alyTh Thlt12lre tre Mr Clark song songJttt on onJtwt It ItJllllt
Jtwt Look at Mo Ie Vow wa the beat 0 of
1010 that were aubmltted Silvio Hein Heinit hemis
it to act it to mu music io I
lnFITB1 TRFITRUVWL vivtofcTM 1 1 IOfH rprr npJrhoIaIlD R9JTtisoeistten rprrAuorlalten
Auorlalten Slay a Rspel r lMt These n > move 11 11ready 1ffd tiready
ready Resigned HetlgnedWhat RtandWhat ResignedWhat
What remain malna of the National Aiwocia Aiwociatlon A isodalion I Itlon
tlon of Theatrical Producing Manager Managermet i im
met m t yesterday In the Time Building and andladopttd andj
adopted j resolution making charge chargeagairit ohlolraII oharv4aathst
agairit tho Klaw it Erlanger member memberwho memhfraWho memberswho
II who resigned recently Then Th member memberare
are A L Rrlanger r Mare KUw Henry B1ID11Ilarrla B BUarri 0harris
harris Joseph Brook Frederic Thump Thotnpon ThumpIOn
I on 0 OonFc orr r > I M Coban fiamuel U llama llamaFrank llarriitII
I Frank McKee A W Wngwall DlnpallLWllllam DlnpallLWllllamJlania William WilliamHarrU WilliamIla4a
II HarrU J Jam James m Forbes Jowph M Jill d Gaits OAl OAland Gaitsand I
I and Jeers J I L Uaky The thirteen have haveI
I been notified to appear before the board boardI I
I of director of the awodatlon at 2 P M Mtoday Itoday 31today
today to antwer the charge preferred preferredaain pr Iremldacalnat preferredaialnst
aain acalnat t them or antler expulAloa xpulajoo At AtI
I the tame IliAc the Ar directors + tont 01 > l U the ie now nowHhubort nowShubert nowflhubert
Hhubort organization will d decide sidfl whether whetheror
or not U 14 > do something about detUrlna detUrlnaforfeited c ewtnforllOired doclartoforfeited
forfeited th the bonda of 11000 each which winethe hleh hlehthe
1 the thirteen tbirtetnln In company with all member memberof
of the producing manager association ataodatlongava
gave T1l for the enforcement t of th the awoda awodatloa aaocItlO8 assodstlcms
tloa rutea ruteaCLARA ru flikCLIR4
i m rissa CeoiUtlea Threatens T reaten Loss ef efyuiea t I II II
I yuiea yuieaYOXKEBS I
YOXKEBS May nAt a result of too toocLe tooeLse
elM application a to her literary labor laborMra laboreIJII laborsMrs 1
Mrs f C 1 Herriot known on the stage itagea
I a < Clara Morris I la threatened J with total totalhllmiBea toalNlft4ta totalblindness
blindness Mr 1 Herriot ha been eon eondeed eonClaM eonfined
deed to her home the lb Pine this eity eityby Glt1by aityby
by III health for the past two month monthLatterly monthsLatterly a aLatlrlr I
Latterly the hMauffend has adem a general break breakdown breakctOWJI breakdown ¬
down of the nervous BtnGIJIA system yteioi
i A few f day ago her eight Ibt began ta tafail terAil tot toeald I
fail Yektandar ere epeetafttta examtfted examtftedher eHmlMdlit °
her The enadtttea of her eyee Ikey I IMM I
lit MM wM geave rave 141 Mr Herrtetaai Herrie end Mae IItiIt Maei
It i J Merrie 4err4 nether of f the I farmer r = aetreee sate satene
IIWII am wrth her ke Ne e viaHer are areI amwed 1
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Wedding Weddin Weddingresenls Weddingresenlsi Presents Presentsi
i I15 15 Reduction ReductionLarge I ILaroe
Large Selection of ofJewelry 01Jewelry ofJewelry
Jewelry and Silverware SilverwareHoward SUverwareHoward SilverwareHoward
Howard Co CoFUtia CoThh
I mill Avenue and FortySevenih Forty veDth S SI
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PtOlT r HAVE itt t STTO STTOPrtnnsbttr STTOPrtretlghtrr I IPrrnflghtrr
Prrnflghtrr Tells 11 aCommlttre Its It Sen Sentraae 4nsees en enlfDDa
sees t to Mtep Sleilng ms Pictures of ofHrrapt Dr1IfnpeCU ofrrspe4ltcs
Hrrapt 1IfnpeCU 4lp Reeetrlt at a a Patron PatronTrltoranaen PatronTdIstanson
I Trltoranaen He II 115 Seme em emr Speaker SpeakerWAHHIXOIOX er erVAIflhIXn1OM
WAHHIXOIOX W ulltxmolf May IT 17ttlln Battling Nelson XtUonnxtlghtwelght Nelsonnilightweight
nxtlghtwelght champion of the world Jaonl and andUncle andUocle andUncle
Uncle Joe Cannon who U something of a acrapper aecrapper ascrapper
crapper hImself sparred a round In the theSpeaker the8pNkera theSpeakers I
Speaker private office today It wu wulargely wularICeIT waslargely
largely convenational convenationalKetoon COrIUonaLNel converesUonalNelson
Nelson on and hi his manager appeared ar this thitmorning thl thlmomlnc thismorning
morning before the house Committee on onIbterttate onIrteratate onhiterstatm
Ibterttate and Foreign Commerce to tooppoee 0Clppoae toopp4e
oppoee the bill introduced last week by byItepneentaUve b bRfplfWDtaUY byItepresentadve
ItepneentaUve Walter I I Smith of Iowa Iowato
to prohibit the exhibition of moving movingpictures movingpctUIN movingpictures
pictures of prizefights and the publIc publication pubJlm1 publIcJon ¬
Jon by newspaper of U the > detail 14l1a of ofpulillado ofpugilistic I IpujrilUUo
pugilistic encounter After Nelson had badpokM hadspokeat i ipoken
poken hi his piece be left the committee committeeroom I
room and wa wu humrfrur down the corridor
toward the exit when htn RepretoutAtive RepretoutAtiveWagner R BepreesutatleWagner p tIJye tIJyeWacntr
Wagner of Pennsylvania came chasing chaaiugafter chulnaart8r chasingafter
after him himHey himUtJ himhey
Hey Nelnon hn cued the Speaker Speakerwant Speakerwants
want anr to tee p you youToure rou1oure youYoure
Toure ou on said Nelson and he made madetrackt madetraclt madetracks
tracks for the Speakers office He got gota
a warm greeting ICre < tlnll Uncle Joe ahook his hiahand hbJwwtt hishands
hand Jwwtt felt his bleep and nd slapped him on onthe onthe onthe
the back The Th examination WM w returned returnedwitl returnedwltk tumedwlU
witl wlU interest intenwlSay latereaty interestSiiy
Say y MId Nelson to Mr Ir Cannon Cannonbe at atbe ashe
be ran hi his bands over the Speaker ann armaand annnd innsand
and nd aboulders ttould r and tUed up hi bIll height I lthought Ithoulht Ithought
thought you were we a M man but yours youreonly you youonlY yoursooJy
only a little fellow fellowUndo rellowUnci fellowIjocli
Undo Joe grinned and put up bit hands handsIn andIn
In approved styfe styfePhiladelphia qy 1111
Philadelphia Jark OBrien O rifI AllOYed me mebow mebow roebow
bow to do thin Ihlllo be said And he h mild a af ar afew
f few w IJUM J at X Nelson Uon who barked klrl away
lauzhlntlr I
If you volihad v had begun boxini < a are few year yearaeo ysasago nartaco
ago Mr Cannon aaht 111 1 N SIIOn lon 0011 0011ould you youwould youwculd
would hive ro mast ri a better boier than IhanSPMlierand a aSpeaker aSpeakerand
Speaker SPMlierand and you certainly are some somehr aomekkn someWhy
hr kkn kknWhy ker kerWhy
Why cried rr4 d Uncle Jo J I thnti what I Icflll IcAli Icell
cflll a ml mighty htv I pretty > r tty compliment complimentThis
This boxing game me la not Immoral ImmoralNoUon ImmoralSOlaoD ImmoralNelson
Nelson told the commute and that la laa 1 1lot Isa
a lot more than ran N rnJd AI for mottof mottofthe moalofthlt most of ofthe
the moving picture which are re r being beingexhibited tlIlefllhlbltaod beingexhibited
exhibited throughout th thlt country Dont Dontlet DontIflt lootlet
let anybody fool you about this prim primlehtlng priMO prlrflchtlng
lehtlng O bualnewi There Tb H only one oneitate 0001Slate oneState
Slate In the Union where wll you ran poll off offa of ofa
a prirsflght and that Is I Nevada > In 101111 101111Ihlt all allhe Mlthe
he other Slates there ers botlnc non nonests oontNta contests
tests and boxing li I the th mo moat t manly of ofall orIIporta ofall
all IIporta sports There 1he may here hr been c decen decenfAtAlltlM dexentatlltlei
fAtAlltlM In the history hl l1 of the nrirnrine prlrariagwhich ptirflrlDIfwhlrh nrirnrinewhich
which la bout the number you have each Mthyear I IY8l I Iyear
year In th the football gum If you 111 Are Aretoing If1toln iregoing
going toln rfter boxing eont contts nt t and the pie ptcuree KtUrN pieture
tUrN taken of them why hy not make mattal a ageneral ageneral
general tal cleanup and do away with meinit meinitiewa rneingnews I Ina
news stock tickers Utk and the accounts of offootball f foothall I
football lttmI fm
Mr r Sin vw nlnod > ired the III anrioiincoment anrioiincomentthat
that he had never Mn a IwjIiiR 1 rh11t contest mntrotWhy oonttOWhy contestWhy
Why not l 11 t in u have ba A little exhibition exhibitionright xhtl mon monnght f1 f1rillht
right her he In tli the c commlttom > > mmitt MOlD MOlDuJltftId hn hnuaff hoauggeated
uJltftId uaff t < vl No n nvnifi m mtr r of the mmmittHn mmmittHnvoluntperrd rnmmllllotlvolunl rnmtmttovolunteered
volunteered volunl to to C un I ncsuit alnt tM lan lanThata 111IITht lanoThats < >
Thata th t trouble t with thMM Ib r IOfft IOfftho pepmwho opl oplwho
who ho are re trying to PH an fl end to boxing boxingtaid hosingsaid
lAId NM Nelson on commenting upon Mr fr Him ftlmIIIIrk fImes fImesremark s sremark
remark Mo Most of th them m have b nevi never r seen seena eena
a content oonl t and they dont know what they theyare Ihl IhlrfI tinyare
are talking about Ixtmn 1011 ame me tell YOU vo vothing 1OOIn 1OOInthine somthing <
thing Theodore Roosevelt n never v r ra missed mt11nod misseda
a good go gowben < owheaheUed when he lived In New tw York YorkThe YorkTh YorkThe
Th The Intemtate InltIII I Commerce Cotrmitteo Cotrmitteomembr C orrmittesmeflttTS mmitt mmittmemb
membr prince I He If rev rfr r mtfoel a agool agod
gool god 1 bout here so far 101 M aryhoiir aryhoiirknown aryhodyIknows < Jy I
known u1 Wll wild Ilvprewntatlve Sims HimaI
1 wonder if he h mitki have h done brttw I
with the cloves exelutively exeiueivlywith rather than thanwith 1
with the bIg h Mick mtinaurei Rpr Rprtetative Ilepresettive I Itatiye
tetative tatiye lUrtlHt of Gmrcia GeargiaBefore 1
Before Ofo Nelson > Jn left rl the Capitol UnoU Joe Joeg JMP Joegave i
g P gave ve him An autog autographed ph l phH phHand phKfliJb phKfliJband
and oTXjd him A cigar dgarGee c cigarGas r
Gee mid Id Nelson > Im mitch muehfor obliged fIbJhtIror
I for four map Mr Cannon but I never nevertook Devertook nevertooksmokeoradr1nktnmvlite
took tooksmokeoradr1nktnmvlite tooksmokeoradr1nktnmvliteIrti a smoke or a drink in mv life i iIm I
Im hapoy replied Mr Ctnnnn Ctnnnnrravelr Cun Cannontravels 1
travels Tel M a be b bit the ind nd on a perfeeto perfeetothat J perfeetothat rftt rfttthat
IIt13 that I can say the same sameIlolden sameIeTOR 11Ift 11IftuTR i
uTR F041n Fd lit JfUfll JfUflllIoldn WISXIIsholders
holders ef r 1 Kapeestfal Stk resItnt Numbers lImn In the theRatnr IhfnamN tirenames
names Announced AnnonnrettChale AltIlDnnHdCba Announcedcbea
Chale Cba I Bumham general manager of ofe nflhe I Ie
lhe e Actors Fund Fair announced < yes yesterday yesterdy ¬
terday that It would be Impossible to give giveeven Ive
i even MI approximate Idea of the receipt receiptof re IJlta IJltaof I
of the bariir until Friday FridayThe FridayThe
The following ar a the th winner of th thmost the thf1II00t theroost
most Important raffles rafflesTbe ram rimeTb
Tbe Tb AIn touring Inur ltr 11 wr r valued at limo llonoiron limowoo on onon
iron on by b Mlt ffrtrud rarton IIn ImUm of afEast I ICut IEul I
Cut fIring On 011 N J 1Pgrialan I ITtrtalan IranIan
Ttrtalan hat Mm 1 lre Ilno > l III flail UI Hn Hnentrnlath Rot 5evcoltninth
entrnlath street Iff N lw fork VorkTen forkTn Yorkten I
Ten dollar HlOi 01 In gold old V H Wilton Ioon in inBint 311Ctt II IIEat
Eat IMd street New York YorkBtrlnirar YorkSteinway orlc
Steinway piano r O Ynunn ins West WeilClfhtllftb WPsIEllblfUtb WestElihlyfth I
Clfhtllftb street N w York I I
Uotorbott B Ktcrniburz ill II ItDltI ItDltIIHt in anslI I Ittreet
I street IHt Jfew ew York torkIlnt forll11nrle YorkI
I Ilnt lingerie rle gown Minn 1 Mary ta Carbon JJ JJKtM 3 3r1 3201 3201I
I KtM Hlitvnlnth strest > tr rwl ei New > w York YorkChanticleer YorkCbaollrlpr I
I Chanticleer In cold oIdisg fa ran Mr 31 8 C Baldwin Baldwinn I
I n i Ranuen JleRl O street Brooklyn BrooklynIhby flrooldJllnb1 I II
I fishy donkey donll lIMIT BeanWer yc River Rivertide ntnrlde I II
I tide lde Drive New Ve r York VorkOil or orut I II
I Oil ut gla Itn bowl W F Hume 10 wet WeitBittyfirst WIHItyIINt
Bittyfirst tre t tMt t New Tork TorkTickets TorkTlckpI TorkI
I Tickets to Jeffrie J rrrie flcbt donated r Ii < r n Our OurIQIJa Ihirl Ihirlleiufloobil r rImQM
ImQM leiufloobil Booth II K Vrrmllye V VermIlyeeDWst nn1I MO Wett W114h HWh HWhtire IiathI I IIHI
I tire street New fork TorkPort forkrorttalt I
Port rorttalt nil of Mta 31 Blllle Dark by b Albert AlbertSielnr AI AI81IMr AIhnStems
Stems won by Knneb Wilson WiltonPortrait WIIonPOlIIlt I
Portrait of Mr f Fhk won by b C E Proc Proctor PnctorOrestNeck ¬
tor torOrestNeck Great Xerk U f I IIMimond IDImnnd I Iflimond
IMimond tm tmThlrty bracelet brsc lt Mr I floortr l I Bai Baiflrtt fl flThirt7flret
Thlrty ThlrtyUotorbott thlTtln flrtt street Hroofcirn HroofcirnPorcelain KrooklJllPo I IPorcelain
Porcelain Po etaln plat lIIle of EB1I Bark won by byT b bT I
T It Basis 3 9 Cedar street New ew York YorkIIBorlnd YorkpeliBtland
1 1PrllBorlantf
PrllBorlantf PrllBorlantfAt
At the wedding yrttrrday afternoon of nfUlta ofII
I Ulta II Madeline Borland and Clarence I IPell I IPIl
Pell th the p pews w In the Church of the Ib Inear InearDttlon 1lIrI ItirarpIIon
I Dttlon at t Madl adln on avenue and nd Thirty
Ruon fifth fib street > were wet filled with bridal hrl < s1 guests 1U1I1IH VctitTh I
I L Th Rev H Dr brr r William Mercer lere Oro Orll4mor Orll4morIha venor venorth
th Iha r rector cf > r who performed the Ih cwemonjr cwemonjrat fertrnoaa
at a I 330 JO ortock was amUted Itd by the Her RprDr its I It
I Dr Austin AuaUnnd and thy bride wa was given In m IVo IVor r rce
1145 r ce by her lr father rIII J Nelson Borland BortalldThe
lTPe t The Misses Alice Dnrlaad her sister 1 Lrtla Lrtlaven Le la
II ven ena a eoiuin Urine Cotter 051t and frUIlia frU rLfalIl1a rrtsStsdton
I Ilia D HtaWoB Kla Q were er the brWemntld brWemntldOriawold l rkIm I IGriswold
Oriawold l lorlnard ritl rd a eoiwm of the Ibr bride briderrocm brideI dIl
I rrocm uate4 Led him as best man 1jIID1II tad Morton MortonNewhalF Mortonswiii IoftnSWha
NewhalF Leonanr1f SWha of lYovidenee 1 K I hines t
Leonard na of f fkMitott 1 Klhmond hmoa j Talltot TalltotCbarle flbolhftl raibnCharles
I Charles hftl K Brown 11 l Orate Wilson Jr Jrtod Jrand jri jrind
and nd Arthur Unwell of th I this t city lIl were uabera uaberaTB utI tshrsI tshrsILtsrdit1ggIns
Ltsrdit1ggIns Ltsrdit1ggInsfle rerdJUn
TB Tile marriac of MU Ortet Ortetaad On III IIIard Higgins Higginsaid
I aid ard William Bd 1Ictr rO Iyford leek p4ae p4aeyetterdar I Iyterdsy
yetterdar alierneen at t the I ttt Regis II Hotel HotelTa JlettDe I I Irha
Ta rha R RrV Dr Oearie Rk ekman ekmanIa aa trllIM4 trllIM4tft
Ia tft cerem THe bride rR la a d IM Mr Mrrt
ceremMrs JIWt ira Mrs rt Alvin AI f Ier > yer H Mingles MI ot ofwes
l C MIB Rftfi YH Xf5 V9W Of k Ira I Ibr
wes a aISssWl44 br It ItHM t4 k
HM r l nf nfI 7 hn beset r rwaa siwl siwlI
I 1toN was 11 brvlher bet ma
The title of Mr MIILObIt Ir Itobert W Chamber Chambernext ChamberaDtlt
next book which will appear In the theautumn tbeaUlumn theI
autumn i is Mien AI sa Page This I Is the first firstjltne ftratIme firsttime
time Ime that Mr Ir Chambers ha has used the name nameof nameor nameofaperson
of ofaperson a peraon for foratltlnslnctlewrotoloie foratltlnslnctlewrotoloieand a tit ttllllllnlhewrole le sine he wrote Mole Moleand Ioleand
and the tb first time he ha ao 0 named any anyof tIyor anyof
of his hi longer lon r novels since Cardigan CardiganThe CardlanThe
The story portrays JlortnT x > life in New York and andBrooklyn lidBrooklyn andBrooklyn
Brooklyn at the outbreak of the civil civilwar ciyllwar civIlwar
war and nd give picture of the mustering musteringof
of the th Northern > troops aa well a u dramtla dramtlaglim dramllacUmlM drvutiagIimea
glim cUmlM e4 of action at the front frontMme frontSims
Mme Im Yvetto Gullbert Oull tort who wh has been beenengaged belnenlltfl beenengaged
engaged on her autobiography for some somelime IOmeIIrne sometime
lime la said to have finished her book bookwhich bookwhltb bookwhich
which will bit an n interesting chronicle of ofa orriM
a rifle from poverty to success Wa on the thestage theIe thestage
stage She has been ill while writing her herbook herbook herbook
book but she U now strong rone again againThe lnThe againThn
The DoRanuia of oFVenIce Venice by Kdg Kdgcumlie Idgctimbe lg lgcumhe
cumlie Hanley H lo 0 Iw I brought out soon It Itprobably I IprobAbl1 Isprobably
probably the first account of these tb Inter Intereating loerNUac intereating
eating women to Ivt I written In English EnglishTim EngUhTIll EnglishThe
Tim DoipurvB oll1 of Verne enice nl wu i for fo r one onethousand OliOIhoUMnd on onthousand
thousand year the most exalted and most
superbly driwsod 4d princess prlnc 38 in Europe EuropeSometime EuropeSometimes
I Sometime of humble birth sometime lIOttIellmNIlttnily sometimesI
1 Ilttnily gently l loom > orn sometimes a princes prl by h de deincenl dtt descent
scent t from the moment of her solemn solemnj
j t entry I1nl1lnlo Into San Marco and the ducal palace palacethe
the was III the dignified dl nftll and isolated consort consortofareignlngroveteign conetrtof
ofareignlngroveteign ot a reigning < fIOYIIehttl She had no voice voicein v tIO tIOIn I
I in stain affair yet the was required to 10i
1 i preside ll5ldll at state functions Arrayed In Inthe In1the I IIh
1the the Ih c costliest < tlieit jewels laces and cloth of ofgpW orepld otj otjgold
gold during her mien cbs he h frequently rrequenllyeadCd trequctitiyended
1 ended her days In a convent conventJohn conntJohn conventJohn
John Reed Scott who has ha been at work workfor workror workfor
for some time upon a novel to 0 he pub publiahed publlahCd pubUshed
liahed in the autumn has mad It his h home homeI
I In Annapolis during r the last two winters wintersI wintersThe
I I The old Maryland capital It I to be the thescene thene thescene
scene ne of his new story and the time late lateIn L1tela lateIn
In the Eighteenth century c ntul1
Ml 311 It Dtaner Leith article on the boy boyhood 1001bood boyhood ¬
hood of Mr Ir fiwinburne Inbum which appeared appearedIretvutly AppearedI appearedrecently
recently I utly In the Ih Contemporary Rtrltte Rtrlttewnt Rn 1I
wnt wit originally written U a a letter to Mr MrWattnDunton ilrWattsDunton Ir IralbtIlInlolllo
WattnDunton to he included l In his hi Rem Reminitcrnoeo RemInlacrnOff Reminhscenors
initcrnoeo of Swinburne Mr Ir Watts WattaDunton Wattsluntnn
Dunton unlon has been n suffering much of late
from poor health Iml It to hoped that thathis
his hi Olt lleminiwence mln n of Swinburne will willhe willhe III IIIhe I
he ready for next seasons publication publicationJoe
Joe Jo Milller Detective 1 1flt1 I the first firstGerman firstisrinan I Irman
German rman detective to 0 appear ap r In fiction fictionUnlike OnionI fictionUnlike
Unlike Sli Sherlock rlock holmes and many of hit hitooll hiscolleague
ooll colleague g < ie in Mien Mflllor ltlI r it I a member mem memberor tor torer
1of of the regular potkf force ro Th stories IIlori IIlorilor
lor I of him and the mysteries mt rI h its h hu s unrav unrarelkil
elled 1f 1 h have ve been tnntlsted by Grace Oractl OroIoel Grace551i
tl 551i Ioel > el Celhron olhrn ft frem rote the Oernwn of Au Aitgusto I
gusto Crener CrenerChir Crollerklroo Crenerlair
Chir lair d Praia lh I snthor of Th ThKdu TheEduestion I IFduNtjln
Kdu FduNtjln Mtton of r JfH J KftItIttHoo < < iieKAe i i particularly panlcurlIIlltno1 i iItnerentetl
Itnerentetl lit the f feminist minl t movement emnl emnlu
u u
1 in Kmni 4 very itifferrnt thing Ihlll < from fromth r m mI
I th the Ki eafrage I niir na enmpiiicn in Knglnnd and IInrI andAmerica
1 America IIM 8h ha has It h held ld for come em yean yeanan
I an important po poet < t in I the 11 French fIOIt Ministry MinittryI
I of the Interior hll rlur nhiht hi Bnglith relative relativeland latlVNand
I I land awl frtMKh h hn ve offered her an equal equalI
I npf oMotrtllnily lorttmitjr of tiidyinR the Ilrituh nooial nooialntnicture IOOOiaIIMJeI socialetnicture
ntnicture IMJeI Ia IACtI JaclMe4ice < < tue4ine f M I a ohtrmlnj ekirmingIrench
j jrIfIlh Freneh Ctrl of tke new neknol neknoll pokoolRobert 1 1I
l Ro Robert rt Herrtek In hl his rrthlmlllg fonhe mlng hoik hoikA h k k100f
A Ufa for 1 Life l r which wk h will l tin pub publish pllh1ilh1 pithhstistl ¬
lish 1ilh1 is I n nu u we week < > k male i r kt k keen n analysis analymnof
of imidern biwiooM bIIia mth metIek MI < < i M IIIId < a vivid vividpr vividprosentatinitot I1tI
I pr ft1IffI1lnRur < > iiefitt nBwf the I nHtwiwiea of It < trUm r rtnsocial n j jtocial
social 110 141 circles ctre A l InVII vo story tol1l1IDA run reinsthrough thrmigh thrmighfthe I IIhe Ithe
fthe the 1 hook hookAlbert I II IAlbfrt
Albert Wg IMrlnw ow PiUnoR PI new n book Th ThHhip T1JitIlJl TheShip
Ship DwnltavV ful rII fulbws > > w th 111 trail lrallof of MAI 3larkrwrtns rk rkfdna
Twiine InnooenU Alvr hrJo anSI given giVNlei givea
A picture lei f theo Ih MiJHTTdnwui cone countn 0000I conetIie
I tn tIie < aa a they now appear t t > American Amtol AmericancyiM ttn ttnhiril
oym which ta decidedly dl < ldKlly in fl contract to totht toIhllt tothat
that pr prssesttsl e < it 11 l by h the 11 old Urn cle classic cuiCi classicllte tc
i The Ship Dweller l is Abundantly Illiia Illiiatrateii 11I18tlAleo lihistrateit
trateii with photagrapht Mr Paine it itmay 1 1I ii1may
I 1may may I IIf remembered i ii Mark Twain Twaini Twtoabiographer a abiographer
i biographer h anil literary lit rary executor executerThe executorI
I I The hero nf Juitln Hiuitly McCarthy McCarthyinew
1 new novel The OFlynn 1 lit A aoklier aokJI of orI ofhi
hit hi king At Boyne tie brttle and hi hilt name K KFlynn ll ll1In sFlynn
I Flynn 1In Flynn 0 Th flit tamo spirit of ofventure it itventure 4 4vtonlure
venture and runvince ia shown In The Thej TheOI1ynn
j i OFlynn aa In the author authorapopularstoy authorapopularstoyand popular lIopurtol7 lIopurtol71U1r ttory ttoryand
and i play > tey 11 lf I Were King KingOomper Kingfamuel I
fAmutol Oomper carefully rIl1l1 refrain refraInfromilhiciiasing rralnrrnm
from fromilhiciiasing dl rJiotMtnJ otiMng the Ih utfregn ulflA question n In Inhi lahilt inlila
hi hilt hook nf tmvi travel l Hid obtorrrtion o IIUon calM calMMftlHir rail railIaloor calledIAIwir
MftlHir in Kiiropn and America but he heglv h hIv hegives
glv gives < Iv hl his impr impression inn of th that tho siffrgetus siffrgetusas nra u ufo11
at folliiwt They am fI h bfI ay 1 nyi ayJ Allh AllhJlt iiIi iiIijte
J Jlt > t nf derision dr ion to nonwnmimly nonwnmimlyernliy fir firohjfOllt pcsa
ernliy olijictii nf fe rr r to lh tin Prune PruneMininter rrirnjnilr PrimeMinister
Minister linn to the lit eightac Ihblra sIghtacera and ap appitmntly apparnntiy p
pitmntly prly friend nf Ir the Ih policemen flmt nn nngunrtl 01 onguard
guard gunrtlThe Ju guardTh I I II
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plier plir la one on of theartlckw Ibrtlew of Interest ItpJ1 whiefa whiefawill whl whie1will
will wl appear Ap r in i the th June Crntury To Tornflaiiuro Tolfft Ti Timieurw
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The f Prince 10 of or Forge For one oof of the new newnovela ne newnoveLs I
noveLs non of the month mOth1 la written wttf by George Oerg GeorgeC I IC IC
C Shedd Sed A Western business buaw man m much muchinterested I Iintnrmtra I
interested intrt In I the Irrigation Imptlo and oolonlia oolonliation 0111 oolonization
tion of those th regions Io of the t West ot now In inprocess I Iprooewa I Ipl
process pl of reclamation flmaUo The author baa baaehoaen ht hteo ia iachosen
chosen eo the tb placer raising mllnc country cuntr for the theaonne thean thescene
scene an of his hl story tor In fact rac Forgo For froat froatwhich fr froawhich
which whie tb tM tale I takes tk Ita title tlt la the name ne neor Duneof I Iof I
of a geld mine m The Te new DW book bk to Mr MrShedd MrShea MrShrdds
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Patricia Ptr Wentworth Wetworth the author alltor of A AMarriage Arp itMarriage
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novel no 1 for which wbkh the English Erl10h publisher publishergre publlker publlkerI
of MO guineas write under underpen undera
gave I a prize JrI 2 pmM wl uer uerA
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A pen p name am S h el Prlc
because bU the received rived the news ne that tht she ahohad shehad ko kohd
had hd won wo the tb prim p among amog two hundred hundredcompetitor hundr hundredcompetitor
competitor opetltol on Ht Patrick day dy A AMarriage Alr AMarriage
Marriage lr Under Uner the Terror Terr u It It Its name nameimpUoadeal ne neImp naiteImplies
impUoadeal Imp Implies dls deal with thedarkeat the dket darkest period pro of oftha ottb ofsite
site tb French Fre Revolution RevolutionReaden R1lut R1lutRra RevolutionReaders
Readers Rra who b hare v grown cw to lev the thecalm te tecl theimim
calm cl ImpUetty t1 and ad dljpiky dlY of o A C CBeaaoaa Cs eBenson
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ret 1 that at a another a oth r book bk of eMyi by I thU thUGambridga 6 Ikitmhrldga
Gambridga ba prafeasor pfo is I ahotit alt le fe be pith pabUated pithiahed
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Going GOtts GblngThats Thats the Reason Ro this thisSale t thisSale I ISale
Sale of of Silk Petticoats PetticoatsMarks
Marks the Lowest Lwet PricesYou Prce Prices You Have Ever Ev r Known Know on onHighClass onHighClass onUigliClass
HighClass Petticoars PetticoarsWith P ett oats I
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fine fie their te looms lom to weaving wevg taffetas tfe are a badly bady hi i need of orders ore They Te were werewilling we werewilling
willing intact wig itc to accept at any ay price pc that tht would wod enable ebIt them the to keep ke their ther organization organisationintact omtto
0n O 4 halfprice pc arrangement aageet we secured su thousands thousandsof toc
of ytartis exdf of fine fne fiiiTaffcta Taffeta T fc Silks Sb and ad by agreeing alrerng to keep her two to
large Ire 1 petticoat petlct manufacturers ufcturn busy by for a live given length enRh of 0 of time timewe tme tmewe timewe
we were able to have hve our or best bst models moeJ duplicated duplcted for this ths sale saleon utton ultI
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I hardly hry have hve a color clor want that we cannot cMot satisfy satisfySilk It satisfyI
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I Usually Usuy 5 and ad 550 5 at 350 350Silk 350Si 350I
I Silk Si si Petticoats Petcoats of heavy hev twotoned twotone taffeta tfet in i all allthe anthe affI
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I Usually Usuy 750 to 875 at at a 500 500Silk 5O0I i iSi
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Hrnnl h nl John bn Miklmay 111 will wi I publl plllh1 plllh1th published publishedI he < l lthU
I this th week k and n wfll contain ctain several eromllettert eromllettertto trlltU1 trlltU1to letter letterI
I to Prince Prinr nitinarck 8nre k who 1 ho vrui wr n gnat ffreatt gnatfriend < f t tI
t I friend frlfd of Mr MOUSY ltf Among Amon < the ornua ornuai Jua Juai am us using
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Mr Ir Motley Ioty iteM 1 to enjoy telling Itlng It Itcoocoroed I Itconcerned
concerned lObCored M I ICnuliiih llll lady ly who wit witpresented w wpll wisprestntel
presented pll to the Ih Queen of Sunny xon1 The TheHaion Thetuo TheSaxon
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11loOM Victoria wa WI very 11 hort To this th the IheFI theEnglishwoman
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Tho Autobiography Autoblo < phy of Princess Pe Care Caroline Cro Crolne Careline ¬
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England ECI Princess rnc Caroline CrNee was the thegmmldauEhtr theIuPt thegranddaughter
granddaughter IuPt of the famous ramu King Kla of ofVaplea ofiaplM ofNaple
Vaplea > who It may m be remembered rememberedmarried rembr rememberedmarried
married marrie Napoleons Naplen titter alate the oob cousin cousinof I Ior
of Napoleon Naplen III I Her Ir childhood elo warn waaapeat W Wpt warnspent
spent pt In the United Uolte State 8tt but in ISIS ISISthey II IItby 1145they
they returned retuf to t4 France Fre where th thPrincea the I
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1RTO 18 Princess Pe Caroline Carle nude m her hM home la laEngland II InFingland
England 6 < I Her le manuscript mUpt hju b ha been beeoedited b beenedited
edited et by Mr Ir Robert Rbef LeIghton Llpt and a It Itpromlton I itpromises I
promises p to make mk inakeaninteresting aa InteretUag IntrtC volume
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with wih delight delght this is a talc that men will wil read readwith readwith readwith
with avid enjoyment finding fnding therein thcren relief relieffrom relcf relcfI reliefI
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