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INAUGURATING 13Ii ll l11 ARULER at1511 at1511Bp
The laaeguratloa of a President et the theUnited theURICiet1 thei
i United States is More e3gi eigattcwit cat than the thecwMtdoa theCOlN8toII thecor
cor cwMtdoa COlN8toII + oesatiea of the monarchtal mo ruler of any anycountry anycotJlltI anyco
country co beca because e it is the joyful acclama acclamation acdamatien aa ama amation ¬
tion ef t a satisfied people Sovereigns Sover are aregiven aregien aregiven
given to their subjects and seeds araet be beaccepted beaccepted beaceepbed
accepted = = tather er popular or act aet but betthe buttbe butthe
the Pre went deat t of the United States is theckoce the thechoice thechoice
choice of the people They of their owa owafree owaL ewafree
free L e wilt have elected him hi to be theirChief their theirChief tItetrChIef
Chief Executive Bx vdft and so wn wileR the day ay ar arrives A1rI arrives ¬
rives rI es upon which he is to to take the oath oathof oa oaIf oathhf
of office a vast throng comes from far farand farand farsad
and near to assist in or to witness the thegreat thegeat thegreat
great oceashm oce sioa Before it everything eT lag dee deegives elMgaes degives
gives way Streets are blocked traffic trafficstoppea trafficstlIJpM trafficstopped
stopped and bostaesfi holds its breath breathwhite breathw
w white b j le the first t et man of the cadoa is ta taBiaHsd 1Ils tnS
S s sailed BiaHsd alled te hismaw his aw w potttion of hoaor hoaorEach MBorEadt
Each 1 inauguration is on a a larger and aadmore ude andmere
more e brilliant scale than t its predecessor predecessorsad JKe predecoseersad cess raIMl
sad the festivities in honor of Taft and atktSbanaaa 8dSliecmaJt andShornfan
Sbanaaa bid fair to outshine anything of ofthe oftBe ofthe
the kiad which wh4c has ever gone before beforeOver beforeOver
Over SWI mea iea are expected to take part psrtIn partin partin
in tile to proctteton 3esion today At Roosevoifs Roosevoifstoaitgaratioa RooetWeItsinttgIKAtion s slnaagnratioa
toaitgaratioa 1SMM outoftown people peoplewere peoplewere peoplewere
were ia Washington and even more are areexpected areed areexported
expected ed to honor Taft with their pres preseace plese press pressonce
once These figures would make some oe of ofour > t tOne
our early Presidents Pr sIdeDts open their eyes in insatttBkihnieat IR8IJtBl Iaand
satttBkihnieat 8IJtBl meRt a ud d unbelief 1I On o the oeca oecasto oeeai oeeaisIR odxxslsa
sIR sto of the teaugnratfOB of Andrew Jack Jacksea JaekMIIt Jacka Jackeea
a sea MIIt it was remarked re by Dejrtel Webster WebeterJ Websterthat WeOsttKthat
J that u a great multitude too many to be befed befei befed
fed without a miracle is already akee y in thecity the thecity tileclt7
city aad it seems a eaas that the whole nation nationhas Dlttlo DlttlohIllS natloaN
has nwbed to the CapitoL N The N great greatxnoititiide greatDMlltltM greatm
xnoititiide m + rltit iJe was was computed t to be about aboutMM aDeutU aboutu
MM u peopleIa people peopleIK MGpIeI
IK I each taaugurai laaasural parade there are e setae seaMuTlllllte soaveunique setaeunique
unique features Today the most Assetnitics sg sgnifcaat sig signllcaat
nifcaat nitics t dfrteion wilt be a cs company ony of ofConfederate cC ofCoafbdacate
Confederate C te soldiers Tbeee brave 1 aidwarriors aid oldwarriors aidWanIKs
warriors who fought so desperately and andso aDdSo andd3o
so oouragtouaiy for the Southland have havesn e efar
50 far forgotten f their oM qu quarrel arM as to be bewilling beWilli beWilli
willing Willi g to come to Washington Waehtn u and take takepart takepart takepart
part in the seating of a RepubBcan RatMn RatMnt in inthe Iathe
the t e Presidential Prulde tta1 chair Thus it Itth seems seemsthe seemsthe
t the th prophetic words spoken by Ltaeala Ltaealafet
fet his inaugural llla ral address are coariag coa lag to tojR5s teIIlls topit
pit jR5s The mystic chords of memory memorystretching J8eIIIGtYstretching maemorystretching
stretching from every battfeAeld sad aadet aMft sader
et > ry patriot grave to every eY heart DeartTthstoDe and andhearthstone andber
hearthstone ber TthstoDe an over this broad tend alit wfHyet Ilet alitYet
yet swell swt > U the chorus of the 1 Union U aiea when whengain whoaagain
8 again gain ain touched as sorely they t win be M by bythe rltt bythe
the better ltt angels of our nature naturef JNLt JNLthe nataeeline
line f he first real inaugural I ball occurred occurredwfifji ocewreelWffY1 ocearredw1
wfifji w1 n Madison took his seat MAt and was washeld WaSJwid wasbold
held in Longs Hotel A swag girl who wtreattended whoattended
attended at t tnded wrote There was such a crowd crowdas
as to be 1AJ ocatbar o ocaitac and windows wIa had to tOb
1 1 broken to admit air There cost JIIestlJUA ha hafcecn havs havsbeen
been lJUA upward of 40 people What weald wealdshe wasidaMe
she hare said to the ttfSI J who took part parttat IIMtBa pactIn
tat Benjamin Harriaona ball It or the X XThe i 3iiM 3iiMor
1 or wIIoIa provisloa has Mea aide to toI to toalght
I The receipts from FreoMent FreoMentRoosevelts p pRoe PreslieatRoesevlelts
Roosevelts Roe I inaugural au 1Ig1Ir21 Ural ban amounted IR to toSOU titIf
SOU 91 Madtaon If was the flrst President Presidenttn eeIde ttn
tn wear dothes of Americas aa manufacture manufactureat Jiulkctwes > t htture httureat
at his iBaoguratkm t a The wool was raised raisedla raisedIs
la this a country entry and the soft made and andpresented adto sadpresented
presented to him himAt JdmAt hhuAt
At no time is the weather bulleda bulledaseamed 1MdIedascaINMd bulledasta
seamed sta aced so eagerly as just before these thesequadrennial thesegaadresafal
quadrennial fourths of March Accord Accordteg Accordleg
leg to general bettef it is i the ezcttptl4mwheel exception exceptionwhen
when the tlleS4lft son sun sins upon an tm1I8t inaugural inauguralbut insugursilet I
but 1I8t as a matter of fact this th I is not the theease eeMe theease
ease The weather has seen recorded fortwwestysix for fortweatystx
tweatystx twe inaugurations and of these thesesixteen thosesixteen
sixteen have been pleasant sad tea to toAnd bI bIADd Intodehaea
odehaea > r And there Is an excuse for theIsle the theiojctettCttt the1edeIDeDt
Isle iojctettCttt eat ones as they follow precedent precedentOn
On the day and night before Washing Washingtons w ws WsSldngtons ¬
tons s first inauguration the ram rata poured in intorrents Ini8ITeIIU Intunrrarct
torrents i8ITeIIUIt torrentsIf
If die date for the seating seati g of the Chief ChiefExecutive CldefEaelldve ChiefExveadve
Executive was s set t by that of Washing Washington w wJt Washtagi ¬
i ton si k would take place on April m The TheCongress TlaeOa8greee TheCagrees
Congress of the old confederation re reCtti re retllat rethat
Ctti ssl that the first Wednesday day te teMUTCH iL1anrA I IJIIirS
MUTCH icTt i be the time for the com commencing IQof comaaeadng ¬
mencing of the Presidency PnlIelu y It came on onthe 011U onElba
the fourth that year hence the custom eustomof customof cwtGIaof
of uteg that date However as astile most mostf mastat
at f the members of Congress CongreMW Including mctadmsWashington IncludingWashington
Washington W OD were famous It did not notsuit aotAt notmik
suit then to leave the plowing and plant planting piaatJ ¬
tag Just then and it was April B 3 before beforeCongress Worecgress beforeCssgress
Congress convened and the President P e ld6Dt was wasinaugurated wasted wasted
inaugurated inauguratedWashington ted tedW tedWashiaggtoo
Washington W 1oR borrowed 1 Nt to defray defrayhis defray1ds defrayhis
his expenses to New N > York York where the theceremony theC8Iy thecereahoay
ceremony was to take place He went wentto wentto t ttA
to Frederfcfcsburg to bid farewell to his hiemother hisaotIter hisnether
mother and started with two friends on onMs OftMs onhis
Ms drive to New York It was a trli trliumpoal trt trtpro tdunsphni
umpoal progress He was w met all along aJoagtbe alongthe alongthe
the road by bands of men and escorts of orJW ofdI 1 1soMters
JW soMters 1 dI s his path was strewn with flow flowers ftoW1 howand ¬
ers and nags aa lags and bunting floated from fromsvry fromf fromhooe
f svry house On his arrival at his desti destination d esti estixaticn ¬
nation a special bodyguard was given givenkirn lIvenin
kirn b in m although he said that be needed no noprotection no1rotedJea noyratecties
protection other than the affection of the thepeople thel thepeople
people l np Just as the tb cortege reached Federal Fed Federal Fedf ¬
eral f ral Hall the discovery was made that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was no Bible in I the building Chan Chancellor CbaRcelIor Chancelkw ¬
cellor Livingston n the grand master of ofthajj ofthe
the Freemasons relieved the situationby situation situationby sltuatioRby
by sending to the lodge Io o rooms near by byfor byfor byfor
for the one used there As soon as be hehad bea bebad
had administered the oath Chancellor ChancellorLivingston ChimeelloreuIaImed ChancellorLivingston
Livingston exclaimed Long live George GeorgeWasutegtoot GeorgeWa GeorgeF
Wa Wasutegtoot lDgtoR President of the United UnitedStates Unitedswte Unitedstatasr
States aad aaclth1l5 thus was started the power powerful powesflit powerfut ¬
flit machinery aaacb aery of the worlds WG greatest re reTbuntas re repI reTbsmas
pI 1IcJs Tbuntas Jefferson is recorded as havingt havingthe having havingthe
the sbnpieEt inaugural ceremony CereIBGR His Hiscelebration HIsceIe Hiscelebration
ceIe celebration was the first of the kind held heldin heldSa heldin
in the city of Washington although it itbad ithuI Itbad
bad long been the seat of government governmentPlainly govenu governmentPlainly eut euty
Plainly y dressed and attended ded only by bysmdl a aBctaH amall
mall escort of e1 civilians Ilan he walked to the theCapitol eCalJitvl theCapitol
Capitol and took t the oath of oce omee This Thiswas ThIswas Thiswas
was m Ja accordance with his resolve that thatno thatDO thato
no pageantry should give the lie to his atedemocratic hiseIaOeratic hisemoexatk
democratic principles The venerable venerableWftHam venerableWilgaat eaeraWeWtIIIaut
WftHam Henry Harrison the beloved belovedhero beioved1tero belovedhero
hero of Tippecanoe instead of driving to tothe toUte tothe
the Capitol preferred riding on his noble noblegray DObIegrA7 noblegray
gray charger Notwithstanding the cold eoidraw eoId eoIdrw coldraw
raw weather and his advanced eecl age he hewould liewear bes
s would wear no overcoat and held Ms hat hatm AatJa batIn
m Ja his hand ta Although be seemed remark remarkably remckIT remarkably ¬
ably well and alert that day his death a afew affJW aJ
J few weeks later was caused for the most mostpart mostpart I
part by the fatigue and exposure of his hisInauguration hisMartin hisMartin
Inauguration Martin Van Been drove droveis I Ite I It
te t the Capitol on the day of his mange Inauguration lDUgIIradoR mangeradon ¬
ration in an elegant phaeton made of oak oakfrom oakfcoBI oakfrom
from the original nal timber of tile frigate frigateConstitution frigateCoastIt1I frigatet
Constitution ConstitutionIn t 9ohnstitdoIa
In some respects the Inauguration of ofLiaeoiR ofLIaeIIIa ofLipeeia
LiaeoiR was the most notable since s1 that thatof tlI flatof t tol
of Washington Owing to the disrupted disruptedcondition dimlptedttoR disruptedcondition
condition ttoR of the country a a great show showof showol showof
of the military was made la order to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep down any unfriendly Dnfrlen IY demonstration demonstrationAt
At that time the dome of the Capitol was wasuonmsfaed was1tRAstI811 wasurged
urged 1tRAstI811 ad and the ceremonies took place placeamid placeamid placemaid
amid scaffolding and debris Outside Otttsk1etbe Outsideaineng Ontsfctetr
Tseng tr the crowds of people stood the thefigure tile1Igwe thee
figure e of the Goddess God s of Liberty which whichhud whichcl whichhad
hud not yet been placed pl upon its exaltedplrmade exalted exaltedpinnacle 6 1tedde
pinnacle de and it scarcely needed the im imagination Ima imagietion ¬
agination a to notice that the outstretched outstretchedarm outstretchedseemed
arm seemed to point at the little group groupiN
iN > f distinguished men surrounding the tali taliform tallef taliform
form of Lincoln His first act after tak taking takIDg talcfug ¬
fug the oath was to kiss thirtyfour thirtyfourwhiterobed thirtyfourw thirtyfourrhlterobed
whiterobed w girls glrlsWDo who riding is I the pa parade parade
rade te a large car allegorical cal of the Con Constitution Constit1ItIoR Conand ¬
stitution and the Union bad represented representedtbe representedt representedthe
the tMrtyfour t States GarfiekTs s first firstPresidential 11mPresidClZtJal firstPresidential
Presidential act was of a a like nature but batit butIt butIt
it was his mother whom be turned aDd aadkissed aDdkissed andr
r kissed She was the first mother to hear hearher hearh bearher
h her r son make his I inaugural ral address addressIn ressIn addressTr
In connection with the manner manss of in inauguration 1ItaUg Inn ¬
aUg auguration on in n the United States Sta s it I is inti In ¬
ti s
teresting to compare the installation of ofrulers ofrcJers ofrulers
rulers in i other countries There is every everygradation eeQgradation everygradation
gradation of pageantry from the almost almostPuritanical almostPurltaDka1 almostPuritanical
Puritanical method Dtethodo of the republic of ofSwitzerland ofSwtt ofSwitzerland
Switzerland Swtt rJaDd to the gorgeous ceremonials ceremonialsof
of England The Swiss President or orLaadaounan orI orLaadwnmsn
Laadaounan as he is called caned selected for forone fOrone forone
one year At the end of that time thereIs there thereis e
is a meeting of all the burghers of the thedifferent thelUere1t thedigereat
different cantons and the affairs of state stateare stateare stateare
are discussed After the conclusion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the business part of the meeting the tbeLaadaatmaa theLaD theLaadamman
Laadaatmaa LaD n rises from his seat upon the tbeplatform theI theplatform
platform lays upon the table the seal of ofoffice oromce ofotlice
I office lid steps steSs down His successor is ischosen
1 chosen the oath of fidelity 1 is taken by bytbe byI bythe
the new official and the people and the theceremony theeereDIGRY theceremony
I ceremony is over The highest official is isof fsof 8 8oC
of so little importance that many of his hispeople lisf hispeople
people do not even know his name nameIn nameIa nameIii
f In Ute early days S the coronations ceronattoAsI of ofFrance
I France were the t Q most magnificent Ja the ei the theI
i I
The Belasco BelascoIn De1ilJcoIa BelaeeoIa
I Ia her initial play of American lifeTbe IK tie tierite e eThe
rite The Cali Unbroken t Bead R d Bertha Solid KaHchhas KaIIdaI Solidhas
has added another great characterisation characterisationto cha etertmtien etertmtiento
to her notable gallery gallecyttlat that of Eva Fellorovaa Fel Feltonova Fel Fel1iollOfta
tonova lorovaa a gypsyaatured D8tUred ed American girt girtof gtrlof girlof
1iollOfta of unusual strength str Jt of character impul hmpolalve impulsive JllapalJUtonat ¬
sive passionate and emotionally intense intenseThough e eDIoug
1 Though debased and discouraged by anantagonistic an anantagonistic afti
i antagonistic society Eva Eva through an un unexpected UAI anexpected ¬
expected friendship rises above her mIs rolefortunes mIsi misfortunes
I i fortunes aDd in a scene of oCreaJI grinning grinningrealism grippingrearm
realism and appeattag heart interest JMeiestI laaerestproves interestproves
I proves die he regeneration of herself asweH asweHas as weD weDas wellas
as of two men mea representatives r tITes of tint tintmoraHy tllatmOraJIJ thatmorally
morally weak but otherwise o eIWi powerful aad aaddomiatiBg aadomtDtlltg anddominating
dominating type of American wbo Us mak making meJtlag meklag ¬
lag our countrys history Despite its itsdash Itsd8s itsclash
dash of motives interests aad passions passionstbe J88SIoRthe passionsthe
the climax is one of optimism opt lltem and the theplay theplay theplay
play has an unusual aDd happy ending endingHarrison eaagHarrtsoR endbtgHarrison
Harrison Grey FIske has made a pte 1ietociaU3r ptetorially pic pictoriaIb
torially interesting production as weD weDproYtdlag as asproviding asproviding
providing Mme KaUch with an able ableponIDg sup supportimj supporting
porting company as the names of Fred Frederick Frodk Frederick ¬
erick k TroesdeU True Eugene Onaoade Thomas ThomasL
L L Coiem Coteman CoIeIDfa n Riley Cbaraberli Florin FwrtueArnold FIertIteAnIoId FlorinArnold
Arnold and Blanche Weaver Wev will hull hulleats htdtr htdtrcate 7 7cate
cate Mme Kattch wilt COMe to the Be Belasco Be BeIatco Belance
lance Theater next week weekThe veekThe weekThe
The Columbia ColumbiaAt ColumbiaAt
At the Columbia Theater T Mtel beginning beginningMonday begtmdagXOllda7 beginningMonday
Monday evening March 8 S L L S s SIre Strewill SIrewtU Sirewill
will present May Robson ia her great greatsuccess greatsueeess greatsuccess
success The Bejnvenatioa of Aunt AuntMary A1IRtMary AuntMary
Mary Aunt Mary Is the central fig figure ftgure ¬
urn ure and in the hands of the clever May MayRobson MayRob MayRobeon
Rob the picture of the ansophistieated unsophisti unsophisticated vaaopblBticated ¬
cated spinster er is complete The shrill shrilluntrained shrillUDtralDed shrilluntrained
untrained voice of the country woman womanwhich WOIIIaJt WOIIIaJtwbJch womanwhich
which softens and becomes musical when whenshe wheashe whenshe
she speaks of things nearest t te her heart hearther hearthe6 hearther
her nephew Jl pllew Jack and his wellbeing wellbeingtbe weilbeIDrtbe
tbe snappy tongue t and a the t e dose e pressed pressedlips KessedUps pressedlips
lips the t1 sharp angular aagu movements of oftbe oftile ofthe
tile woman who knows nothing of Del Delsarte DeIarte Delsarte
sarte are oatS a few of o the lifelike ttfatiketraits Jtfellketraits lifeliketraits
traits brought out by the star in fber fberdeYer giberclever < ner nerclever
clever portraiture portraitureTo portraitureTo
To see Aunt Mary is to t love her so sosweetly sosweetly sosweetly
sweetly lid wholesomely is the character charactershown cliw charactershown tK tKsboWR
shown by Miss Hobson You will laugh laughwith IaJIgwItJI laughwith
with her aad you will cry with her sad aadhi aIIdIII sadIn
hi be be end you will go away mQ Trishiag Trishiagyou IAgyoa g gyou
you were lucky enough to have seek an anAunt alA1IDt anAunt
Aunt Mary of your OeI own ownThe OWBThe ownThe
The National SationaLThat NationalThat atlonaLThat
That merriest of merry maidens maWensTlae maWensTlaeMerry maidensTheMerry The TheMerry
Merry Widow 1dewwlll win caper across the thestage titesQge thestage
stage of the New National agate next aextwe Hextweek nextweek
we week her froncksorae disposition bavin bavinendeared having hviDgendeared havingendeared
endeared her to just about as many play playgoers playgoers playgoers ¬
goers as could be crowded between tbe tbefour tbefour thefour
four walls of this theater This poor ttt ttttte Uttie littie
tie husbandshorn maiden has taken the thefancy thefaacy thefancy
fancy of Washingtons own oWn playgoers playgoersand playgoersand playgoersand
and with the additional aQ4 IUonaI admiration of several sev several several ¬
eral thousands of inaugural visitors her herproud herproud herproud
proud little head eAd has not yet been turned turnedat tuntedat tamedat
at least Iest she Is dancing and staging just justas jwtas jestas
as welt now as she S e did last Monday night mgatfor JIightfor nightfor
for the first time here hereChases h hereGhases re reChnse
Chases ChasesChases ChnseCJwes GhasesChases
Chases nest week eek will follow the big biginaugural bigfDaugund bigInaugural
inaugural mil with another exceptional exceptionalarray exceptloRa1array exceptionsarray
array of worldfamous attractions em embracing embrach embracing ¬
bracing brach Billie Montgomery and Florence FlorenceMoore Florencea ce ceE
E Moore the celebrated Six Musical MusicalCattys Mttska1Cuttys MusicalCuttys
Cuttys Sam J Curtis and company COID GY La LsVeenCross LaVeaCross LaVeenCrass
VeenCross and company Holders Merry MerryMaanlkins Merrylannlklns MerryMannikins
Maanlkins J Francis Dooley and aadCorinne andCoriDBe
Corinne Sayles the Great Richards RlcAar s and padthe andthe aadtbe
the interesting American vitagraph tagrapA ser series S serlea r rWood ¬
lea Wood and Pulp Miffing Billie BUMeMontgomery BUeMontgomery BillieMontgomery
Montgomery and Florence Moore oore are aregiving aregtvlDg aregiving
giving with success of many sorts sorts a alively alively alively
lively number in which their delightful delightfulspecialties deUghtfulsPecialties delightfulspecialties
specialties are strung upon a a mere thread threadof thre8dof threadof
of plot The added attraction will be theSix the tbeSix theSix
Six Musical Cuttys who have Jest Jestreached justreached jestreached
reached this country after a European Europeantour Europeantour Europeantour
tour during which ch they were the re recipients re recipients reciplents ¬
cipients of many unusual honors The Tbelatest Thelatest Thelatest
latest author to arrive Is George W WDay WDay WDay
Day the former vaudevilllan and he hepenned hepenned hepenned
penned A Session at School S hool which whichwill whichvJU whichwill
will be played ed by Sam J Curtis and his hiscomic hiscomic hisconic
comic cohorts Another special offering offeringwill offeringwill offeringwill
will be Roman Sports and Pastimes PastimesWHY PastimesWHY PastimesWHY
Gives prompt and positive relief in every everycase everyc I
case c se e Price JLOO JLOOAffieclis 100A1Ic L00 L00AfUtchs
Affieclis A1Ic a Drug Store ton Diitrict D U1ct Ascatx
world but the revolution put a stop to tosH toan toalt
sH that When Napoleon came to the thefhrone thethrone thethrone
throne he Inaugurated another style of ofprocedare orprocedure ofprocedure
procedure almost as gorgeous as that of ofhis of1Ils ofhis
his predecessors He dsliked the out outward outwatj outward ¬
ward show and pomp but considered It Itnecessary Itnecessary itnecessary
necessary to Impress the people It is istold Istold istold
told that on his return from his brilliant brilliantcoronation briUlantI brilliantcoronation
coronation he hurried to his chamber chamberpolled chamberpuBed chamberpuled
I polled off all his regalia rega1 and pitched it itInto Itinto itinto
Into the corner with the remark that he bebad hehad hebad
bad never been so bored in his life But Butonce Butonce Butonce
once again all that is gone France is a arepublic arepublic arepublic
republic which elects eJ ts her Presidents forseven for forseven or orHv
seven Hv n years and has almost no inaugural inauguralceremony InauguralceremORY inauguralceremony
ceremony ceremonyEngland ceremORYEngIand ceremonyEngland
England still retains her old form of ofcoronation ofcoronatJon ofcoronation
coronation which has been in use for 900 900years 900yearg 900years
years Although William IS IV and later laterVictoria laterVictoria laterVictoria
Victoria did away way with a great part of ofthe otthe ofthe
the pageantry there still remains the In Investing investing investing ¬
vesting with the robes and rbig rlngtJt f office officethe officetile officethe
the anointing with holy oil and thecrowning the thecrowning thecrowning
crowning of the sovereign China used usedto usedto usedto
to have a very elaborate form for the thecrowning thecrowning thecrowning
crowning of her emperors but like other othercountries othercountrle8 othercountries
countries she has in later times greatly greatlystmpliaed greatly3l greatlysimplified
simplified 3l the tb > ceremonial However great greatpains greatpains greatpains
pains are still taken to explain at length lengthto
to the earth the heavens and the Impe Imperial Imperta1 imperial ¬
rial ancestors Just what is taking place placeThe pl2ceThe placeThe
The sevenstoried umbrella which is the thebadge thebadge thebadge
badge of royalty still bears a most con conspicuous conSJJIeuous conspt ¬
spicuous spt taoes part ia the crowning of both bothtbe botht boththe
the King ef Slam and the King of Ashan Ashantee Ashantee Ashantee
tee In the latter country the umbrella umbrellacosts umbreUaco umbrellaooets
costs about a out 4 4MCofORfciU 4M ltSLCeiuzsht
CofORfciU WIt V Frederic J Hsskin HsskinTomorrorr BukiDTomorro1 klaakiaTomorrowOur
TomorrowOur Tomorrorr Our ExPresidents
Being the Confessions of the Seven Hundredth Wifer Wife WifeTranslated life lifeTranslated
r Translated by Helen Rowland RowlandMy
My daughter glitec wouldst thou eater the kingdom ea of matrineajr u Then ThenI
I charge e tIMe observe my wtsd wisdom for the aaderstaaeti understanding of man mania Is thebegtaalag the thebegtoatBg thebeginning
beginning oC a good income incomeLo incOmeL IncomeLo
Lo L a nagging s1Dg woman is as too muck pepper in 1 the soup but a a docile docilewife docilewife docilewe
wife we kaowath a good e3 excuse se where wit she sit bearest one JOM aM accaptoth cheer chearfnliy o cheerfully eer eerfaUy
fully aay apology Verily site shell dwell hi a a hofcelapeatment forever foreveraad foreverand Grever Greverer
and her er husband shall eod coddle e her all the days 75 of his life UfaBehold Itr Itr1fthold lifeBehold
Behold then thee t be the t e reasons why a man twketto a highball 1Ifgbb11and 1Ifgbb11andaay and andany
any ORe ef them t em Is rood 00d enough enougha
4 1 Because he feeieth ltttM ltttMBecrut bueBecause
2 Because he f eeleth happy app appa
2 a Because he feeleth not aervees vans
4 Because he lacketh nerve nerveBecKBse INIYei nerves
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5 It Because BtclUtSee he nanteth with the heat eHB9CU5
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Sayies should score strongly The greet greetRichards gr8ltRtclIanis greetRichards
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and wear a dfeunond strewn ewn dress dressThe dre5sThe dressThe
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The Academy AcademyBreodhiirst AcademyBtM
Breodhiirst BtM and Carrie will preeeat at attbe atthe t tthe
the Academy for the week beginning beginningnext begkudaBUt beginningnext
next Monday evening the fouract play playof pia piaof playof
of American frontier life entitled eatfttedTexas eIItfUedTexas entitledTexas
Texas Texas by J Maahttn J Feigl whose whosetboroagh wh1Hethoc whosethorough
thorough thoc knowledge kDowl e iI i of the plains te IsbIrtbrttat s a aTexas aTexas
bIrtbrttat bIrtbrttatTexas
Texas ic play af Western life Mfeten WeII lifetells
II ten tells of the lore lid trials of the people peopleOf peepieof peopleof
Of the plains hi a captivating and real raaltetic roalI8tIe realIstic
tetic manner and Immediately iIDI8edIat wins the thei tilehearts thehearts
i hearts of every aodftor TIM play pIa is at attime ati attimes
i time exulting dtID as Western Bee is apt to tobe 1be t tbe
be with its cowboys Mexicans ad gunmen gun gunmen
I men JDeII bat it also has its moments ef eflove olJove oflove
love aDd sentiment its touches of pathos pathosand osa8Cl pathosand
and noMe etfsacrMca eJtsaerMee as well as its itsMoment JUsor Itsmoments
Moment of happiness M jl when all JB laugh kutghter JugAter laughter
ter joy and sunshine va ldae Texas Js a play playthat playtbat playthat
that depicts life on the plains p1IhtsI aceoat aceoatpanted aguetpeuiei
I panted by the cbanaimj eM aaievcie e1e that a aresidence aresIdeRee aresidence
residence te that Jecalk locality usually 1I5Utdf brings bringswidi bdn bringswith S
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The Auditorium AuditoriumParte AuditoriumParts udltorlumPuts
Puts the MagnlAcdnt t Is the title un under under under ¬
der which Mr Wright Kramer in his hisaext hisext hisnext
ext > Sunday Burton Holmes travelogue travelogueat
at the Auditorium will personally onaily con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct his audience to tbe Paris so well wellknown wellIaaown wellknown
known to every ee American tourist and the theobjective theobjecUve theobjective
objective point o of f every continental C4 UW trav traveler traveler traydec ¬
eler By means of his beautifully colored coloredlantern cofQredJaatern coloredlantern
lantern slides and realistic motion pic pictures pictures pietures ¬
tures every member of his audience may isayfeel mayfeel mayfed
feel as if they were looking through rn rnopen rnopeu rnopen
open window at the real Paris Galleries Gallerieswill GaH Gallerieswill rleS rleSwin
will be visited and such points of world worldwide worldwide orkl orklwide ¬
wide interest as asJ J the Elite Tower Towerp the theTomb theTOIR1J theTomb
Tomb of Napoleon the t e enormous stores atoreethe storesthe itor 6 6the
the Mecca of every American woman womanand womanaM womanand
and the busy corners co ner of the boulevards boulevardsfrom bouleyarosflOllt boulevardsfrom
from whose tempting tables one may maypartake m maypartake y
partake of ones luncheon while watch watching watooIDg watchlag ¬
lag the world of Parisian fashion walk walkand waikaDd walkand
and roll by byXCTT bye1 bySew
Sew e1 York German Theater Co CoThe CoThe CoThe
The famous Elite Ensemble of the theGerman theGenoaa theGerman
German Theater of New York will on onits onUs onIts
its farewell tour appear for one perform performance performace performance ¬
ance ace at the Beteece Theater next Mon Monday Monda7 Monday ¬
day afternoon i The company is headed headedby head beadfd beadfdby d dby
by Eagen Burg the famous actor Ctorman Ctorman8fer actorman actormanager man manager
ager whose e artistic reputation is inter international Int International r rD8UoDal ¬
national Others in the company are areHedwig areHe4iwg areHedwig
Hedwig Belcher Martha Spier Carl CarlSauermana CarlSauennaDn CarlSanermana
Sauermana aDd Robert Schultze Theplay The Theplay epJq
play to be given gt is the brilliant comedy comedyDie comedyMDte comedyDie
MDte Die Grosse Gr LeWeaschaft The One OneGreat OneGreat OneGreat
Great Passion Pasehon7 which has created a sen sensatioB senStioB sonsatioe
satioB in all the principal European Europeancities Europeanddes Europeandties
cities ad ran for many weeks in New NewYork NewYerk NewYork
The Gayety GayetyThe GayetYTIle GayetyThe
The Parisian Parls a Widows will be the at attraction attraction attraction ¬
traction at the Gayety G etY Theater T next nextweek nextweeka neatweek
week weeka appearing g in T The Boarding BoardingHouse BoardingH9ttSe BoardingHaase
House a burlesque on the life of a atheatrical 3tiletricl atheatrical
theatrical troupe and with an olio of ofexcellent orexeeilelat ofexcellent
excellent quality qualityThe gaalltyThe 17 17The
The Lyceum LyceumThe LyceumThe LyceumThe
The Lyceum Theater offers forVnext forVnextweek for nextweek next nextweek
week W B B Watsons Burlesquers head headed headed headed ¬
ed by the inimitable iR mtt le Billy Watson In hiKrausemeyers Inemeyers Inhrausemeyers
Krausemeyers emeyers Alley A feature of the theshow theshow theshow
show will be a special Salome dance danceAn daRCeAn danceAn
An Anchor Incased in Barnacles BarnaclesRwa BarnaclesFvm BarnaclesFrser
Rwa tile Boston Glebe GfcteCapt GlebeCapt GlebeCapt
Capt Michael Clancey who has been beenin beenIn beenIn
in command cmunaad of the schooner Robert and andArthur andArtbur andArthur
Arthur for several trips brought In Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day a curiosity which recalled re to the theminds theminds theminds
minds of o fishermen thoughts of accident accidenton
on the grounds It was a dory anchor anchorthat ancborthat anchorthat
that had been hauled vled1Up tip up on a trawl by
Thomas Cloak while he and his dory dorymate dorymate dorymate
mate mate Stephen Bevine were fishing sev seventy seventy seventy ¬
enty miles southeast by south from the theHighlands theH theHighlands
Highlands HighlandsThe H HighlandsThe h I IThe
The anchor had been in the thewator water for fora tor tora fora
a long time and when taken out of thewater the thewater thowater
water was completely covered co ered with bar barnacles barnacles barnacles ¬
nacles These had formed In thick clusters clus clusters clust ¬
ters t s all over the iron dwindling from fromfive fromJive fromfive
five inches across at the top to three threeInches thre threInches threeinches
Inches at the t e bottom Attached to the theanchor theaDChor theanchor
anchor was a piece of the rope that had hadformerly hadermerly hadformerly
formerly held it to the dory d 7 The rest restwas resthad resthad
had rutted aw away y Nt this tbl short pl piece piecewas ce cewas
was so covered with barnacles that the thewater thewater thewater
water had not effected it It
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