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r chili > iiv While there Is a tragic note in InH Intl
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0an L r n t L full of comic byplay and spark sparkdftrtgur
1 t dftrtgur Htl 1 logup gup Mm Laagtry has secured securediisfin rteCur securedliatinrtion d d1sfindlon
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V r i D 1rince rlnf of Wales Wal and many man court courti courtnItiIS
i Tvuirios n rirs and smart mart people will be In Infri IDI IDIfr Infr
fri fr t nf the th stage and everything will willtr
1 1 t tr > commend tb the play to the tlMIL fco fcoAmerican hoe hoeIi
IL Ii oC American Am rkaa audiences audiencesMLHirAXS aud1eaees1LHlAm audiencese audiencestSEltifANS
MLHirAXS were wr w pr attracted in large largeI larger1
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Ji J M 1 11Urouot 1riuot I lJuot Paris by the ate s J Ie of the theP ther thevtal
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Vavs ll of articles that have been owned ownedr owDetlIrn
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3 at arTs Is fetched M liII which Mile MileVatila XI XIanl1 IUS IUSV
V Vatila anl1 d de < Boncia Bolle purchased re two twot twoarB twoars
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THE 1 Tr IF Royal Theater of Berlin eele eeietratcd eeletTatfl eelelratll
tTatfl Monday lo da the nmfoestaary toenUnary of the
CKMBCK CDKai cliM tilt a aiNorsw Ile Ilei
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I I wh cho hj had been n the intimate Mead ee d and andl aDdfAI slidcik
fAI l ctk of o Mr tmtereUB Undvcligtunty had left leftt
t tunty ntv nl ycn yesr YMrI + Ufore under Mspkioa r ld o ooc oC drig
oc og taxer U < rn i tliOQt lbOP 60 fruta ruf the vault YaIl1t where h t the thek t I
71 1 fie ass as s ublequntly ub ijrnty found und while the vault vaultw vanltVinnK
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twctv Para liter the firm receivta receivtaVr recrins s + IIt < b from fromLr fOal fOallr
lr r n n rn > t to iwlmltif them for the tMhrlgh money moseyhrtwh moneyEh
hrlgh Eh hi his puaible iLle negligence l OapU OapUf t k ia
1 1 tt tr r f tb I the bt Saida ai l m oe < e oC th thbrt the e nrmi 1nII 1nIIltiDt1I s veawh veawhj
ltiDt1I brt > KC j the lll draft ha hat II has = met a lIhipwtee1ted lIhipwtee1tedr
t L U r why k tu rlaimed t W have made a l 16C 1age 61D1Ie 61D1Iejrf w wap
age ap jrf in a ships ahip long boat from ao aun wicbarted wicbartedurl rte4 rte4Jt
url un Jt l wth iln the nun who sent sentrmines ent t tM tMiwd e woney woneyi
iwd i b wird lorD T deteusa determine d4tnm rmines to t eaJ o with ttb the ther the ther
1ta L c cta Ther her return Wp and endeaor to fled
r ta frthtr lL4 lsdsecli4 = til tilvw tttsas oer r U to him hhmwhtcfc himI
I ± vw a kage or 6tom CIOO whtcfc he had kn k ks idns je jeteAlhrt
5 s J urbNt t I Ucwini teAlhrt finds dI It 1tacs contain i Affl Afflaer m mtLT
acs tLT late < than that 01 its lilt liltl dhrppar dhrpparI
l I e Ie eus9echr J a plot to niB his iit MraD f4herca
aD that Kr r 1II0Mk llaacktoa 1 UDcIerdtr part partne pertner
aer ne who M had b b Din lather fatMr1 fatherrival y yrril IJIlI wi
cf it ith it t Howard Howardabr rd rdcces
rival rril in love wa em at the bottom <
cces abr ard > the Calda aM OeM that Captat CaptatIAUI7PTS a ptae ptaeLatitrera
IAUI7PTS daughter Cbter 8JdM1 a coUeIJe o Ileg ad adl tthqA
qA > h hIS s shipped IIhif Pfd a afrn II ascend mate eo ta ta taa iBrM n dasRlo
frn rM a Inmkea lrunk i Doc a akt nAd nAdkt a ei e Atowtt AtowttCHAPTER At lie lieGJ e
kt kt GJ uL < u 1 Atwell At1l 11 down dowBCHAPTER dewsCHAPTER
CHAPTER V Continued CeatiniwdAn CeRtinaedAn ContinuedAn
An Umwelcwne UDweJcemeAnival UDweJcemeAnivalT Arrival ArrivalTHORNE ArrivalHORNE
HORNE got himself s ul settled ttlei aDd aadwas aDdwas andwas
THORNE T was on onthe deck t Is Urn to observe elNenetb observethe
the tb work Of o getting WDK the brig un under under under ¬
der way Atwtt thoroughly so soberM 80b1 sober
berM b1 > 1 by 1 Captala Latlmor LaU discipline dlsdpllaewas
was at work with wtt the other men and andtl aDIil anddid
tl did il < not raise his eye eyes from fro the deck deckTfe thckTb deckTh
Tfe huge Rails dil were spread by mean of ofPat oCatnt ofpatent
Mia XI Miss Latlmer Latlmertook LaUrfIk Latimertook
Pat patent atnt nt hoisting bol llDI apparatus
took the wheel a aM the great vessel veoselrrrrd vesselr 1 1r
r rrrrd rr rep r < d off from the dock The IHtl IHtldcrkoy little lkderIiY littledtrtcy
dcrkoy rIiY Cosine 011 amUaBip nsodp m4e more MoreJnmllon morer
the engine IID of nn M AtlrBtr Mlaivi
r Jnmllon 5 < > f I on than
laivi Moor aM the t trtulasto n k4to cook cooketTiii cookEttill cooktTtppel
etTiii Ettill to his bl waist skwveltog ve coal eotallDto eotallDtoIt Into Intots Intotta
tta It ts maw looked like aa imp la a pam pamtoroio puttomlm psntolnimr
toroio toroioThem tomlmTbtm tolnimr tolnimrThem
Them patent wtadiaw are great greatjBvBtioB greatpnti6n greatrntntions
jBvBtioB ° r i rrIroMi BrkC arIiMCtpttlln tain D LatIatr LatIatrrhwing Latlmer Latlmerr LaU LaUrhfKtDg
r brwlng bard tot f a H 1 p4yeagar ckvrftsjar ckvrftsjarwafhM Jar is iswar te tewaflh11 >
wafhM war bee the Mr e4 I IojNb T S SI 8 tic vef 8 a afr
fr < 1 haf of the help Kerd If be Mable able ableto ableto
to 0 work the Naida to New York with withWhy wtthur withfour
four ur men aDd a cook ta tM old da daTby days days1V
Why 1V by a craft like th this lata seater ship p twen twenters twenfy twenty
fy mu tnr n brfore b4 fore the mast bs bsW dea carpen carpenfnI cerpenters
ters an sailmalMra 11 I never ship but buttwlv b1Itwdvp butt
t twlv x ivc Haf to be eooMNBteal 1 sews nowadays owaays sewsay ¬
days daysT ays aysThorne ay c cThorne
T Thorne oriie discovered tllCO that t Captata Latl Latlrrifr Latnwr Latlrennr
rrifr was great on eu eeosontye eoaeaiy1 Ho 11 had hadaH adall hadalt
aH the true Yaafeoes Y thriftlaera Urtftl Urtftlsharp was wasfoh3tI washarp
sharp 8t t a bargata bar sad a d wa was more Mer than thana
a little near as the saying g gIt ta taIt isIt
the Naida Naidarlarrl Naidaar Neldarlearrd
It wa was quite dark before
rlarrl ar the bar ami the swinging IDslag lamp lampwan lampwas lampwas
was lit in i D the cheerful eaWn whom w they theyeat tlteyeat theyeat
eat down d < u to supper pper Captain Laitaer Latiaerair Laitaerarr LatlllMrafr
air hurriedly urrl dl and went back to the deck deckbut cleekbut deckbur
but Sydney dnl1 who had laid asideher aaMe her man mannish JIUUInlsh moonieh ¬
nish attire > presided sad Thome began beganty becaafl
ty fl reallw what bat a really charming girl girlth girlth girlth
th e < < and mate Of the aNa alda was wasI waaZ
I have been to sea with father fat a agrat a aTat agr
grat gr Tat at deal l al she toM him d frankly tra b HI HIs I IwaH Iw
w waH as s a very err delicate child You Y wouldnt wouldntI
1 t4 I ifvp i c it now would you 71 and she shelauehort JIbelaU2h shelaughed
laughed laU2h the color eomtag eoada and A g teg In InbT lahr inbr
bT round cheek The Tise bracing bract sea air airvan airaR airwas
van aR what I needed I breuuJU my hooks hooksB 1Iookaalrar booksat
at alrar B rard ard and studied hard I learned Iearuedy IearuedyIgatioD saw sawIgatlon navigation ¬
igation too 1V0 Iv r performed perf the duties dutiescf at atr dutiesof
cf r second < Ton oDd < J mat mate before but I was never neverrated severrated er erratol
rated as such uch till this trip This to lafJr5t my myfirst myDrat
first voyage for three years and I enjoygeri enjoy enjoygen joy joygPfllnll
gen gPfllnll In Ing back OB the Uaeotd t oM brig Dri once more moreBut or orn storeIlut
But n u r said Thorn eutfuHy rtt dtalat dtalatwoman didntsou t tyou
you fin find It hard to pit oR with ne ether etbeComan etherRoman
woman oman aboard aboardoh aboardr aboardrob aboardOh
oh Tonios Tonlo wt wHo > mod to go with wltkwhfn us uswtun uswhin
wtun I was w small n In tact filet she was always al always alays ¬
ways ays aboard until she did four years yearsago 7NrsAgo yesraago
I should think you wwM JtI M nt lees leessome In InBoiuf I IIIOIDf
some for female Mctotr ledityUu MctotrOu JDdIt1HOil
Ou tbatr that silo aetMT acid w1 IHWt t think thinknw td thicka k kn
n nw unwomanly but ibis wry wryI me meMist meMost
Mist I it of rboee I met at aalissl wore woreafTirttons wereai ft ftalflfttoD
afTirttons ai iettons Ye Yes ass bite setaff M muck in inAUbcr8 fat lafathcra
hers t < aoeleH sodoty1 1 am B BIer were re oC ora amps a mams maa
nr 1Muethut 4u tloH of FroytaRs uJoHr Journallntea JournallntearprodH Jeursalistenreproducing all ten teneI1
rprodH reproducing eI1 iiig inecieet tko eootumee of ofFANNIK o otif
tif tifFANNIE w 4 4FANNIE
FANNIE BLOOMFIELD ZEISLER the theplanlste theplaDIee thepiantste
planlste played SalntSaeac Piano Con Concerto Coneerto Concerto ¬
certo at the Philharmonic Societys con concert coneert consort ¬
cert in Vienna Vie Sunday This Thl Is I the first flmtoccasion ArlitI firstoccasion
occasion aalO on which an American soloist soloisthas sololtba soloisthas
has ba been invited to appear at the so societys 110clety societys ¬
cietys clety concerts co cerla and Mme Zeleler met metwith Metwith metwith
with an enthusiastic reeeptlon reeeptlonDB reeepUoRDE receptionDE
DE PACHMANX PACHMA = N during an Interval Intervalof
of a concert given 1h R recently in I Berlin re referring refernas referriag ¬
ferring to the remarks about his hi facialxpresston facial facialDepression facialxprealon
Depression xprealon aBel gestures said he could couWnot couklDOt couldnot
not perform musical Ieal selections IecUoa without Vlthoutfully withoutfully withoutfully
fully entering enterl into their spirit plrlt and that thathto thatbIa thathis
his features only portrayed his inward inwardsenelbllitles lawardbIllU inwardsensibilities
sensibilities bIllU If thin was aa disagreeable disagreeableto dl8Alr ble bleto
to the audience be muet ask to be excused ex excused exelttled ¬
cused The Berlin critics who are use usually UMaUy useally ¬
ally cold are superlatively uperIAtel appreciative appreciativeof
of De Pachmanns playing especially e pedall of ofChopins oCCbopln ofChopins
Chopins mueie mueieGEORGE JIIIUtdcGJIXRGB mimicGEORGE
GEORGE W CABLE addressed ddr the theNew theNew theNew
New Haven audience ee which viewed Julia JuliaMarlowes JuliaMarlowe JuliaMarlowes
Marlowes first appearance in The Cav Cavalier CAVaUer Cayahier ¬
alier a dramatisation of his novel and andsaid andsatd 1Id 1Idhi
said hi among other things thingsThere thingsThere thingsThere
There is a saying very y ry much m h In vogue voguejust yosueJut voguejust
just now which I believe belletkAt that our ourAmerican ourAmerican ourAmerican
American public will never care for the theHterary tbelterary theliterary
literary value of plays pia until they Ute con contract COIItract contract ¬
tract the French habit of reading plays playsOf pIa pIaor playsOf
Of course eour our public may ma retort that thatthey tutthe thatthey
they read plays when plays are read readable rndable readable ¬
able Meantime time I believe It will move moveus moveWI moveus
us all somewhat In the right direction directionifor directiontor directionfor
ifor for the theater to Incite Its frequenters
woman than a womans woman Do you youunderstand YMIttDClenKaJMt youunderstand
understand meThecae me meThome 7 7TIHHIHt
Thecae thought he did But he was waedoubtful wubtfl wasdoubtful
doubtful btfl Such sentiments from a girl girlwere girlwere girlwere
were so entirely unlocked un leek for that he heWnt hedidnt I
Wnt know what to think talukThe tlIiakTIle thinkThe
The run ru 1 w New York was very pleas pleasant pI pIaDt planeant ¬
ant and Theme began bega to take consid considerable coublorable conelderable ¬
erable interest in the working workl of the theship tMMalp theship
ship Bopeclally was this interest man manifested meDItested maaIfested ¬
ifested when it was Miss I Latlmers watch watekon watchof watchon
on deck While the Naida was being beingloaded MIDgloaded beingloaded
loaded Thorne Thor found the time hanging hangingheavily hangingheavily aging aginglleavilT
heavily enough OB his hands ha He tried triedto triedto triedto
to busy himself hltD 1 IB plans for his III voyage voyageof verageeC voyageet
of exploration He purchased charts and andbooks aDdltooks andbooks
books about the South Sout Pacific But the themonth tbemonth themonth
month which was as occupied before the theKalda theNaida theNalda
Kalda wee ready to sail II dragged oa oaleaden oaleadell ofleaden
leaden wings wingsStill WIRgsStili wingsstill
Still he was glad Mr Underdid had hadadvised Ra4IwhiMd hadadvised
advised his hi coming oa to New w York with withthe withtile withthe
the brig He could never have been beenable Henable beenable
able to stand the delay at home Ho Horeceived 110received liereceived
received and answered a few letters lettersamong leUersamoag lettersamong
among thorn t one from fro a college fried frloadA
A paragraph ia the letters eplste Thorne Thorneread Thorneread
read over several times tlmoaThe th thHTbe timesThe
HTbe The news be has gone forth that our ourfalead ourfrl8INI ourfriend
friend Mencktoa baa left our classic classictown elaukltown classictown
town He Hegoe goes oa a sea voyage la one oneof oneoe oneof
of his b fathers ships hlJM I understand for forbis forilia forhis
his health But a little bird has whisp whispered whlapered ltlap ltlapr4ld ¬
ered r4ld In my ear that another Investiga Investigation IDY inveatgatin t ga gatIon ¬
tion by the powers that be was U peed peedIng peedlug d I Ilas
las and tLzt t t he saved himself from ex exnuloioa expulaloa cxpulion
nuloioa by resignation resignationI
I wonder what craft of Underdid UnderdidMoackton UnderelUrKonckton UnderciUfMonckton
Moackton he sails in thought Thecae TbormHed THrIHlH8d ThecaeHed
Hed be a nice addition to any ships shipscompany IIbtp IIbtpCOIRPAayI shipscompanyI
company COIRPAayI I dont think Well thank thankthe tbaaktM thankthe
the Lord its It nothing to toBut me meBut meBut
But it did concern him only oaT it was waeseveral WHeYeral wasseveral
several days day before he found It out Then Theahe Thenlie Thenbe
he MW w Tonlo doing lag a vast amount of ofleaning etIng ofcleaning
leaning Ing IB one of the unwed Mate staterooms Materoo Materooms ¬
rooms roomsWhos roo roomsWhos
rooWho Whos Who thte this for he asked The of officers oCIcera officers ¬
ficers had already alr dy come COtlHM1rd aboard and had hadbeen Ita4Iell hadbeen
been ell awrtgnod their tlMlrOota ploen ploenCoin places placesGoin
Coin ter hub It snider paseo JKtMOager JKtMOagerII passongerink ger gersah
ink II replied the t the mulatto showing wlag bin binteeth h hteet binteeth
teeth teet Paeeeiigers meant 1 unlimited tips tipsto U Ut9 tipsto
to Tosco To lo and be would w have l1a welcomed welcomeda
a dosen dosenTkat dOHftHTJeat dosenThat
That so soYes soYe Z ZY
Yes Y Ye pats II De SOB ob ee o de owaers owa owaors 0188Ia
ors Qoia for hes limit healtTborne JIeeUThorne limitThorne
Thorne turned tur on o his heel and went to tobto toII tohis
his II eaWB Had his journey j not been lHteAurgent so seurgent sourgent
urgent he would have 8 given up kill berth berthin berthtM berthIs
in the brig rather the than sail n with Carter CarterMoaekton 08rterMo CarterMoscktos
Moaekton Mo MoscktosSeat MoaektonSeat ekto ektoSettl
Seat with Uh us to keep him from be beeomlBg becoalDg becoming
coming a common drunk I suppose he hethought kethougllt hethought
thought bitterly blUerl Hes n a nice speci specimen spec specmen peel peellIMn ¬
men to sail II with 1tk decent people peopleBut JHOpleBut peoplehint
But Thorne was wa a gentleman and he hecould hecould hecould
could not poison the minds of Captain CaptainLatlmer CaJtta111Latimer CaptainLatimer
Latimer and Me daughter agalnet agalnetMonckton agalBtltloncktoll againetMoncktou
Monckton and nd when Sydney mentioned mentionedthat DleallODtu meutiou d dthat
that tu they were to have the company of ofaaotber oraoethtr ofaotber
aaotber passenger on the voyage he kept keptsilence keptalace keptsilence
silence lie was w tempted to run oa to toBoston toBeNIto toBoston
Boston and see Mr Undercllff But Butthere Butthere Butthere
there was hardly banU time U for that That Thatvery ThatWlrT Thatvery
very evening elacu the crew e ea came me aboard and aadthe aR4tlte andthe
the brig was made ready read to pull out Into Intothe Intothe intotie
the stream lrea at daybreak Moacktoa bad badnot INIdDOt hadnot
not arrived although his luggage bad badcome ha4O badcome
O come IM and Tborne devoutly dovoutl hoped that thatbe thatI thatbe
be would sot show up in I time timeAs tlateAa timeAs
As he sat t writing in his hi cabin after aftersupper aCterIupper aftersupper
Iupper supper there came a sudden rap OB OBthe 00I onthe
I the deer He opened It and found Cap Captain Captabs ¬
1 tabs tal Latlmer LaU and a short rt swarthy look looking Iooktg locklag ¬
lag sabot sal 1 Jor standing I without withoutA
A word with you sir said the captalnl cap captain aptaD ¬
taD talnl talnlA
A doges If you wish captain re repHed replW replied
plied Thorne T1tor Those throwing trowl his door wide wideojon wi wio wiTIM wideoeo
ojon ojonThe o oeoTM
The captain moiioaed the sailor Ilor late latethe hatetbe Intothe
the room roger entered nter himself and shut the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door doorDye doorD
Dye D s se e this here fellow Mr MrThoraer IrntOrr MrThorae3
Thoraer demanded the commander of ofthe ortlte ofthe
the KaMa KaMaTborae NaldaThorn kIe kIeTltor
Thorn Tltor nodded neddwiWell Jt04IdedeU noddedWell
Well eU sir y you u may call It luck or oreall oreatl
eall 11 It PrevideaeB whichever you like Ilka4r likelr likesir
lr 4r But there stands the man yeud youdgive yeudgive yeuddye
give a good deal I te see I reckon reckonWhat recJlonltat reckonWhat
What ltat do you mean 7 cried Thome Thomestarting TlaorneIWarUII Thornestarting
starting up upIts upIts upIts
Its the follow I was telling t lUug you
to read such readable books as they have havegot havegot havegot
SHAKHeiKARKBACON controversial controversialists controyeralallet controversiallets ¬
lets let must now retire The discerning discerningcritic dltteeralngcritic discerningcritic
critic of a weekly weekl paper published la a aMichigan IIUchllfan aM1chlgan
Michigan backwoods town has discov discovered dlacoTered diecoren ¬
ered en d how the long dispute may be ended endedfor endedfor endedfor
for all time Hamlet was U recently recentlyplayed reeeotlypIAd recentlyplayed
played IB the local opry o ry house which whichled whichled hlch hlchll
led the critic to write in the theatrical theatricaloolumne theatricaloolu1ttI theatricalcolumns
columns of Ida paper paperAfter NJHrAfter paperAfter
After last sights Dlpt performance rforJIIOe of ofHamlet DCHamlet ofHamlet
Hamlet It Is dead easy to settle the theShakespeareBacon theShakeapcsreDtaeou theShakeapeareIlacos
ShakespeareBacon controversy Ju Juopen Just Justopen
lopen open the graves of the two worthies worthl and aadsee aact111M andlice I
see which one has h turned over overMANAGER overIANAGIIR everMANAGER
MANAGER CLARKTIB of the Theatre TheatreFrancals TheatreFrancal TheatreFrancals
Francals recently rfCenl1 abolished the claque claquethat claquetbat claquethat
that long had been in service in that thatinstitution thatInUtuUoo thatinstitution
institution deeming this thlband band of hired hiredapplaudera hiredapplauders hiredapplauders
applauders unnecessary unnecee ary anti out of date dateBut lIateBut dateBut
But It seems HeIR that the manager is I to be heP bepurtnted bepursued
P pursued re ed legally for his hi action as a M MDarlaud IDArlaoo MDarlaud
Darlaud the chief of the claquers has hasbrought hacbrougltt hasbrought
brought an action against the manager managerte
to recover 30006 francs for his hi dltunlseal dltunlsealThto tlttlRI1Tbl dttunlss i iThis
This Tbl suit bring brtD out th the fact that M MDarlaud MD NDarlaud
Darlaud D rlaud joined JOID tho claque of the The Theatre Theatre Thestre ¬
atre Fraacais some twenty years ago agoaad agoaad agoand
aad during the t pears years that be has acted actedas actedall actedas
as chief of the claque be has received a aalary aalar asalary
alary alar of about A 40 M per p r month If there therebe therebe therebe
be justice for him be does not purpose purposeto
to be cut out of a vocation summarily summarilywithout nmmarl1ywithout summarilywithout
without redress redretlllWILSON redressWILSON redressWILSON
WILSON BARRETTS new play The TheChristian TheChrletlan TheChristian
Christian King Ktn la which he himself ap appears apPetalS appeers ¬
pears as Alfred the Great Orto has been pro pronounced 110nounc proflounced ¬
flounced nounc by the critics of Bristol very verypowerful yerypowerful verypowerful
powerful Barrett delineates the noble nobleAlfred nobleAlfred nobleAlfred
Alfred at first as aa Impulsive young youngu
of etthe the one who 1M bearded the brig 1 rlg at atAuckland atAuckland I
Auckland Auekla d lout 1 winter wt Hes He the mn mnwho moowho 1 1wbe
who was 1 brought to Auckland by your yourfather iMtri iMtriatller yearrfather
father fatherGlorious fatherGlorious
1 101orl1I1
Glorious Where did tlkl1te he oome from fromHa fromHo 1 i ilIe
Ha was seat dOn by the t sblppag shippsgagent sblppagagent IIIPPIliCagent
agent replied Captain Latimer taking taktarCHIt takingout takingout
out a cigar Plain Providence I can allit eallit canIt
it Sit down JeMUp an tell Mr Thorne Thomeyour Thorneyour Thorneyour
your story storyThe storyThe tOl tOlTh
The Th sailor 1101 sat t dews wa awkwardly H Hwae H6 H6wu Hewoe
woe a wiry loekiag maa with small smallgold s11gold smallgold
gold rings ria in hie ears and a network Betworkof
of tatoolag on the back of his hood baadehto haadhi hoodhis
his hi age might have been 11 fifty his htonationality hlanationality hisnationality
nationality doubtful He bad sailed la inhips laships
ships hips 111 of all countries CCHlDtrl aBel could under understand 1Iftderstand understand ¬
stand quarterdeck commands and abuse abusela abu abuIn abusein
In half a dozea languages laaguagstsLot laaguag laaguagLot languagesLot
Lot me bear your r r story said saidThome paidTheme 141 141Thorne
Theme encouragingly eacouragjnglySpeak eDCOUraglaglySpeak encouraginglySpeak
Speak up Jeeoup said hI the captain captainaad captalaaoo eaptalaand
and the man began beganWoll beg begWolI begantVIl
Woll sir I shipped ltlp Oil on the eoalladea eoalladeaAnna eoalla4 eoalla4ADAa coaliadeaAnna
Anna Pixley from Sydney Slobs to toPrlaco toPrlacoBelay Friaco FriacoBelay FriscBelay
Belay that that interrupted Latimer HI HIgive I Igive Igive
give him the plat of your shipwreck ahpwreckand shipwreckand pwreek pwreekaad
and that dont interest t him Lets hear hearabout lllearahout hearabout
about your getting g8tU g oa the island and aadwhat alldwhat andwhat
what followed followedJeaeup follo folloJoanp followedJesup
Jeaeup gave a hitch to trig trousers trousersaad tro trousersand en enaDd
aDd went on oaI onr onI
I doat t like to
talk about it gen gentlemen gnutlm ¬
UaIt tlm tlemen it werent 8ftt a pleasant sperl sperleaee spar sparonce perl perleRee
once he said Id TTh frltratt Tk raft m mp an and my mymates nij msmates
mates built eouidnt eouldnt HtIcl bold together ethw HO
how in that gale We W didat have time timeto Umeto timeto
to make a strong Boat Why sir sirwhen IIIIWMI1 sirwhen
when we left the
old Pixley she was wasbiasing vublaalDg woebiasing
biasing clean to her mastheads thea4a1 The Theraft Theract Theraft
raft worked apart a good deal that night nightand nlllhtaad nightand
and Rex day patch it as a we might mightit I Slat
it only just kep together tber till dark We Weleet WelINt Webeet
lINt two men that after aCterBOOn BOOB aid before beforeaext beforeaut beforenext
next morning GrDID they ware all gone but butpoor butpoor butpoor
poor Bob McCaaa cCaall aa Me maWe MeWe meiVe
We lashed lb ourselves ourel to what was left leftor leCtor leftor
or the raft h held W
BB on I didnt ex expect expeet expect ¬
pect to see ee land again sal BO more did didke didhe didice
ke He n didnt but somehow
my part partof partof partof
of the wreck reek hung together an the thecurrent thseurreat thecurrent
current aa a gale carried me ashore rn rnthis a athto Dthla
this island laRd I speak of There Wart waratmuch Wartmuch waritmuch
much to it but cliff cliffs up which a fly flyeould ftreould Aycould
eould scarcely crawl an a bit of sandy sandybeach sandybeach adr adrMach
beach Theee e cliffs elHr west nt clear round rouadthe rONdthe roundthe
the Island laad and the beach warat morea moreaa
a cables cable length wide We anywhere But ia iatwo 18two intwo
two or three places plac there was chimps chimpsof
of young palms 1 and cocoanut trees treesI tree
1 maaagMl to get something to eat eatAnd eatAIHI eatAnd
And I found water too toowt sweet clear clearwater elM elMwater clearwater
water that was the greatest bleasia bleasiaId blsiltId blesetaId
Id ever bad Then la this thl cove I told toldCaps toldCapn toldCaps
Caps Lattmer Lath er of I found ad the hulk f fSLAVES fSLAVES fSLAVES
One Per Person ea ia i Every Hundred So Af Afflicted Af Afflictd AiI
I flictd in This Country CountryJfew CountryX CountryYew
Yew X York herald HwaldOne II IIOle heraldOre
One million persons or more than one oneIB oneIn oneIn
In every 100 residents of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatOli UnitedStates
States are addicted to the use of mor morphine 1OorphlDe morphine ¬
phine according to a startling state statement statement tate tateOHmt ¬
ment made public by a board rd of clergy clergymen clergyIDtln clergymen
men which appeals ap al for help In its ef effort eCfort efforts ¬
fort fort to relieve the slaves lay of the habit habitOf habitOt habitOf
Of these tbe It to I declared the majority of ofI orthe ofthe
I the sufferers are found among physi physicians pbIclaM phystclans ¬
claM and the wealthier and better edu educated educatfd educated ¬
cated classes clasaeaThese claAMTheIN classesThese
These facts faet arc stated by the interde interdeBomlaatlonal InterdeDOmlnational interdenominatlonal
Bomlaatlonal committee organized for fortint focthtt forthe
tint suppression of the drug habit which whichban whichIta whichless
ban Ita Its headquarters In the Presbyterian Preobyte Preobyterlan Preebrterlan
rlan Building 15S 1 Fifth Avenue The Thecommittee ThecommlttH Thecommittee
committee appeals for money to carry carryOB carryof
OB 0 Its charitable work and for funds to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build a hospital hospitalIt hotl lta1 lta1It
It points out that that while there ther are arerefuges arerefuge arerefuges
refuges for inebriates former convicts convictsawlfallen CORvletaaDdCallen convictsand
awlfallen and fallen women there titer to I ao shelter to towhich tohleb towhich
which hleb the suffering outcast ruined by bydrugs bydrug bydrugs
drugs can turn turnAs turnA turnAs
As A a basis bAal for Its work ork the committee committeehas comlnltteehas committeehoe
has a remedy remed discovered by a German Germanscientist GermanaelenUat Germanscientist
scientist which came to the notice of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Rev Dr W N Richie lIe ws so soearnest ItOearnt soearnct
earnest la his hi efforts to help morphine morphinevictims morp morphinovictim IDe IDevlcttm
victims that he impoverished himself himselfand hlmHICand himselfand
and at the suggestion of the late Rev RevJeba RevJcH1R RevJohn
John Hall of the Fifth Avenue Prueby Pruebyt IrUtlbyt9r1an Iresbyterlaa
t t9r1an rlan Church gave ga up his hi pastorate elorate to todevote todevote todevoto
devote his life to tho ho work workThe workThe workThe
The Rev Dr R F Sample former formermoderator formermoderator formermoderator
moderator of the Presbyterian General GeneralAssembly GeneralAuembly GeneralAssembly
Assembly and pastor emeritus e lltrltu of tho thoWost thoWet theWest
Wet TwoatythirdStreet Church sacrih sacri sacrificed crl crlneM ¬
h ficed eed his Itl time and money gave up hto htohorios hla1Iof hieherie
horios 1Iof a sad d carriage Mrs Sample ple giving givingher IIlvlshot givingher
her Jewelry to aid the victims and
prince fighting to conquer all his wrong wrongdesires wroDgtlHlrea wrongdesires
desires then struggling against the thelibidinous tilelibidinous thelibidinous
libidinous temptations of a beautiful beautifulsiren beauUrulairen beautifulsiren
siren who soon aoeks to poison his btobride hisbride hisbride
bride and anon coming forth aa a great greatbut greatbut reat reatbut
but merciful warrior awl gentle but firm firmmonarch firmmonarch firmmonarch
monarch monarchJULIE monarchJULIE
ei eiJULIE >
JULIE OPP will presently leave the thecast theeat thecast
cast of o If I Wore ore Kiag Her place pia will willbe willbe 11I 11Ibe
be taken by Dorothea Baird the origi original original original ¬
nal London Trilby TrilbyKING TrilbyKI
as asKING
KING KI = a EDWARDS EDW UDS reeeat commands commandsfor cOllllIftABdafor commandsfor
for theatrical presentations at Saadrlng Saadrlngham Seutdrlqham Sandringbam
ham ia Norfolk took to that place Sir SirHeary SirHenr SirHenry
Henry Henr IrvlBg Ben Webster Lion 1 Bel Belmore Delmore Belmore
more and Mabel abel Hackney who all ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared In Sir Conan Doyles Dole little drama dramaA
A Story of Waterloo and Mr and Mr MrI Hrs 1lrlArthur HrsArthur
I Arthur Boarehier and H B Warner who whoenacted whoC08eted whoenacted
enacted Leo Trav TratlrlI rs clever little play playDr playDr playDr
Dr Johnson Irving traveled all the tbsway theway tMway
way from Belfast by special boat and aadtrain aodtrain andtrain
train In his hi absence his SOB Laurence Laurenceplayed Laureneeplayed Laurenceplayed
played Shylock to the Portia of Ellen Elleaj EllellTerr EllenTerry
j Terry Terr The Bourchlors Dourchl rII put on under uaderstudloe undertudl understudies
studies tudl In My Lady Virtue at the theOarrlck theGarrick theGarrick
Garrick Thursday night the King pro provided proTided provided ¬
vided a surprise for the Queen anti aadKaiser antiKaleer andKaiser
Kaiser by suddenly putting put tins OB Albert AlbertI AlbertCheYalier AlbertChevalier
I Chevalier who had been commanded commadedfrom commandedfrom
I from Wakeflekl where of course cou his htomanager hi hismanager
manager had to give the money mone back to tothose totltoae tothose
those who had Booked seats Chevaliers Chevalorscotter Chevalierscoster CheTallerscoater
coater carols delighted her gracious graciousmajesty graciousmajesty graciousmajesty
majesty and the Kaiser who showed showedhimself showedhimself
himself quite an adept In following Al Alberts Albert Alberts ¬
berts bert Cockney locutions When the King Kingand Kingand
and company eomn migrated mlftrat to Windsor WindsorCastle WIRCIeorCatle WindsorCastle
Castle Bllaliae Terrise aad her husband husbandSeymour hUllba husbandSeymour d d8e1Dour
Seymour Hicks played Berries Berrie sweet sweetcomedr sweetcomedy
I comedy Quality Street
c < l
a ship Hlptbe the Juan Fersaadez of San SonFranelaco SanFraaelscc snPrJMllMlo
Fraaelscc FraaelsccTbe PrJMllMlo PrJMllMloThe FranelacoTbe
Tbe very ery oael one cried er Thora TlHMao ro romembertag relReberlng romembertng
membertag Mr Uadercliff story storyThe IItoryThe storyThe
The eraft your father sailed OB Mr MrTborae lrTltorme MrThorne
Tborae demanded LatimerYes Latlmer LatlmerYes LatlerY
Yes Y sir sirThen sirThen Ir IrThen
Then youre oure on the right eat sceaUThat scootThat
That warat all said Jessop wait waklag waitleg
lag up to the significance of the mat matter matter ¬
ter when he observed oMerv his Id lI listeners leaers ex ixcUsmeat exclemeat
fciemeat clemeat The boat I sailed lied In from fromthat froMthat fromthat
that island to Auckland was a the Juan JuaaFernandez Juaz1trsalldez JuanFernandez
Fernandez long boat boatHow boaUHow boatHow
How do you know k 7 cried Tborae TboraeSaw Tborus ThorneSaw
Saw s w it on her bow DO 1 The aam name bad badbeea kadbeeR hadbeen
beeR painted over but not enough ough to tohide tohide tohide
hide it entirely entirelyGood eBUrelyOood entirelyGood
Good GoodBut Ooodnut GoodBut
But tell us about the tit man who bo res rescued r rCtle4 reacued ¬
cued you said Latlmer LatlmerWell LaUDlerWeU LatimerWell
Well sir Iwa I twee there therethr98 throe weeks weeksaa w wa weeksan
aa a built myself a shaaly sbaatyof sba jef of drift aa aatuff utIIll anstuff
stuff tuff tIIll I declare to you y geatlemea g88tl a that thatwa thatWH thatwas
wa WH the peeu flMtiHare Mares t plate f te1 oVef i hoard hoardof i aniof heardof
of There warnt another Creak I of ofland ofIaDd ofland
land land ta sight Ight so where that gent could eouldba couldcome couldha
ba come from I dunno But there he was wasone 180114I wasone
one morning boat and all waiting at my myshaaty m mhanty myshanty
shanty for me to get up upYou upYou upYou
You can blieve I was as surprised i And Andglad Andgloll Andgladwell
glad gloll well glad d dcnt Bt begin a to express expressmy exPl exPlIDY expressmy
my feeltns leeIlD But he was the queerest queerestcodger queeresteocI8er queerestcodger
codger ever I come me acres He never nevertalkej MerJktiel nevertalked
talked Jktiel tfWat ask It BM airjthlBg < J rpt1nta th iingt ajwut ajwutmyself a out outmyself ut utIBrtIOU
myself nor wouldnt answer ao ques questions qllestlo questions ¬
tions tlo ls about himself ItI tltelC nor bow he got gotthere gotthere gotthere
there He Just told me hod take me to toa toa toa
a place where ltere I could find a ship going goinghome goiDKbome goinghome
home We w woe s weeks k on th Ute Vyage Vyagebut vyageltut vyagebut
but the weather wa wag good 0041 moot of the thetime tbeH8M thetim
time tim an he had stack of provisions provisionsWhea pr prdtlstoneWhen tSalons tSalonsWhen
When we got to Auckland he sold soldseme ACld80me noldsame
same pearls he had hadI I went with hit hitto bhto hlaito
to the broker fellows Thea he gl me mea mea mea
a 8 r PUB note aa a lit out ut They told me meOB meOR meoa
OB the wharves that lie stayed only a aday aday aday
day or two In Auckland and then tke left In iabto Inhi inbig
big hi boat steering into the northeast Bortheaatagain JHHtReulaglothe northeastagainthe
aglothe again the very ery way ay we we come comeAnd eOMeADd comeAnd
And thats that all am ak asked l THeRe ThomeThats THeReT1Kt ThemeThats
Thats T1Kt the wholo whol yarn sir replied repliedJeaeop repliedJ repliedJeseop
Jeaeop J efIOOV rtla rtlaYou mist rialYOti mistYou <
You can go said Id Latlmer LaUIR Latimer r holding holdingthe holdingt1le holdingthe
the deor e 08 08J openJeseop ea eaJoseop
Joseop J MOp pulled bto Id feroloak sad doparted de departed departed ¬
parted but as he passed Thecae the theyoung tileYOURg theyoung
young man n preeeed ed a bank note late kill htohaad killhad hishand
had haadThank
Thank you sir said the sailer sailerYour MilerYotlr sailerYour
Your servant capn capnTO capnTO capaTO
when b8l Dr Hall organized the committee
Dr Sample became the president presidentDr pre ldeal ldealDr
Dr Richie Is the secretary Thomas Tko O
Coaaat editor of the th Examiner first firstvice firstvice
vice president the Rev Dr Francis E
Marten second vice Ice president awl W Vs
W V Westervelt tenelt a lawyer treasurer
It Is pointed out by b the committee that
in nearly all 11 the caaes of persons ad ¬
dicted to the habit of the hypodermic hypodermicsyriage hypodermicarrlnlle hypodermicsyringe
syringe the vice to the result of the pre prescriptions preacrlpUoD prescriptions ¬
scriptions of physician who sought to toallay toallay toallay
allay pain or Induce aIp sleep Physicians
it Is declared suffering or worn out by
overwork have ba ve become oruo the moat frequent fre frequent Crequeot ¬
quent victims victimsTo YlctJmaTo victimTo
To these afflicted classes the commit committee commlttM committee ¬
tee offers the benefit of the remed remedfriendship remetlfrlenclablp remedy >
friendship food clothing and shelter shelterand slteltraDd shelterand
and In proof of the success aucc of its ef efforts erCorts efforts ¬
forts cites hundreds of cure Jn many manyof manyof manyof
of which sufferers seemingly beyond all
hope have been rescued and restored to topositions topositions
positions ltJon of Importance from which the
habit had thrown them It Is stated statedtbiu statedthe tatedtlut
the of the eases cured one out of every I Itit tthere
thi tit there M He has been a physician physicianAmong pltyalcianAmong physicianAmong
Among those who have been reclaimed
by the efforts of the clergymen are areprominent areprominent areprominent
prominent physicians men and women womenwell womenwell womenwell
well known In the social world and andprominent andprominent andprominent
prominent actors and actresses actressesA
A wellknown physician of New York Yorkwho Yorkwho Yorkwho
who wa was a slave lavo to morphine placed placedhimself placedhlmHIC placedhimself
himself In the bands of D Richie and andwa andwac andwas
wa was cured cur in three months So pleas pleased plealleel pleased ¬
ed was he that he decided to devote the therest therest therest
rest of his hi life to the work of ru reclaim reclaiming rf lalm lalmIng lafmlag ¬
ing others and he Is now a active activeworker actlvworker actlvcworker
worker for the committee committeeTh committeeThe committeeThe
Th The American Board of Foreign Mis Mission Ml MlsloIN Missions ¬
sion has sent large quantities of the thetreatment thetreatmellt thetreatment
treatment to missionaries mlaelonarl la China and andthe andthe nd ndth
the th Orient whore whole village riling are un under undel under ¬
der the U ban of opium and the wleon wleonarie mllonrlee misslonarles
arles arie ar are already ead reporting groat sue IIUCI suecepa
I cepa < 111
Heartily Received by a aFashionable aFashionable aFashionable
Fashionable Audience AudienceFor Audi nce nceFor
For the first time In the history k ry of ofWashiBgtoa of881tI ofWashington
Washington 881tI toB a symphony 1108Y orchestra of ofumcleat DCalse ofsufiieieet
umcleat also to undertake the great greatest greateet greatest ¬
est works of classic composers has entered ea eatered eatered
tered upon Up D the second year of Its ex existence exlet8Dee existence ¬
istence This auspicious inaugural oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred yesterday afternoon at the Na Natioaal NatloRal National
tioaal Theater aDd was marked by the theadequate theadequate theadequate
adequate performance of a catholic and andpreteatiouB andprt8RtloulI andpretentious
pretentious program aDd the applause applauseof appla applaoC
of a moat fashionable audience The Theoutlook Theoutlook Theoutlook
outlook for a generous patronage during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the season thus begun to I accordingly accordtaglymost aeeordlBKlym06t accordinglymeet
most favorable favorableThe favorableTlte favorableThe
The concert had been widely advertleed adver advertised aclYfrUNd ¬
UNd but evea the oncers oaken of the or orchestra MchelltrL orchestra ¬
chestra must have beea surprised at the theextraordinary theextraordlnar theextraordinary
extraordinary extraordlnar support gives it by thoM thoeeprominent thoMprOMinent thoseprominent
prominent IB the society of the Capi Capital 011ts Oapttsh ¬
tal ts J Nearly Nearl the entire ell Un orchestra was wasfilled wuAiled wasfilled
filled with fashionable folk Every Everyforeign Eftryforelp Everyforeign
foreign legatloa was wa represented So Somany SomanT Somany
many officers cera of the Government were werepresent werepresent re represent
present that the gathering resembled a aCabinet aCabhet aCabinet
Cabinet reception r ptlou Outside the theater theaterthe t theaterthe aeater aeaterthe
the street was filled with carriages tot foitwo tottwo Ol Oltwo
two blocks The audience was assured assuredly auuredIT assuredly ¬
ly one of the moat distinguished dUDgul th thseason thIleAIIOD thseason
season will bring together and those thoeewho tbOflwho thosewho
who have at heart the Interests of music musicla musicin
la Washington will rejoice that most mo t o othese 0t1iHe athese
these person perllO bold subscription eab seats seatsand lIOQ seatsand I IaBd
and can be counted upon to attend all allthe aUUte allthe
the succeeding auceeedl concerto concertoIt
It Is I therefore fair to assume that thatthe Utattbe thatthe
the second season n of the Washington WashingtonSymphony WachlDgtoBSymphonT WashingtonSymphony
Symphony Orchestra will prove socially sociallya BOClall BOClallIHICC4M
a success IHICC4M It Its success financially rests restswith reataottk restswith
with ottk the e musicians lR ktau of the city If Con Conductor CODductor Conductor ¬
ductor De Kovea and hto Is men can ob ohtata obtain obtai ¬
tain tai the support of oft thrf thJ vast number of ofFtudeats orUtdeDta ofstudents
students and taaabon sow 1 W In Washing Washington Wa8klac10R Washington ¬
ton and if these latter persona are arewilling arewtlllag arewilling
willing to accept what Mr De Koven Kovenbaa KoYenIN Kovenhoe
baa IN called lied In an article written for The ThoTimes TheT TheTimes
Times T the regular opportunities opportunitieshitherto opportltaltlekrfo opportusitieshitherto
hitherto lacking of hearing the t e works worksof wwkaec worksof
of the t great roasters adequately later laterpreted 11Iterretetl interprated
prated retetl the orchestra will become a asafe afe aset
safe set fe Investment and a source r of ao aolittle DOJUtie nolittle
little gain to 1U sixty members membersArtistically melHJrArtl8tlcally membersArUetlalty
Artistically the future of the band de depends depftda depesds ¬
pends also also oa the musicians mda of Wash Washington WuhIDgton Washingtoa ¬
ington as well as upoa the skill of o Its Itspublicspirited Itspubllc1plrlted itspublicspirited
publicspirited and capable leader Mr MrReginald MrRqiaald MrReginald
Reginald De Koven Musiclaas Xulcl to at atleast atgrt atleast
least as great a degree as anyone else elseare elMare elseare
are affected by the sight of a crowded crowdedtheater crowdedtJtter crowdedtheater
theater aDd the security ecurlt of sound soundclal flnan flnancial finaneta
cial eta support Their rehearsals are better betteratteaded betteraU betterattended
attended aU and their performances la pub publie publie public
lie marked with more spirit when the thecan thecaa thean
can eouat securely aeeurel on a patronage patronageworthy patronageworthy troDage troDageworthr
worthy of their efforts At preseat the themembers theM8J8lH1ra themembers
members of this till body an exceptionallycapable exceptionally exceptionallycapable exceptl aal1y aal1ycapable
capable group of performers are them themselves themMIY811 themselves ¬
selves the greatest contributors to Its Itapermanent Itsper8a1 itepermaaeat
permanent establishment As for Mr MrDe IrDe MrDe
De Kovea Ko who serves the orchestra and andthe aDdthe andthe
the community atty entirely without wtt out thought thoughtof
of gain long < ago he proved his hi nnUrery nnUreryof ma htryoC madNiyof
of harmony COIII composition ltlo aBel orchestra orchestration orcheetraUon orchestration ¬
tion and the wonderfully strong later laterpretatloa IlIterpretaUoa interpretation
pretatloa of the Beethoven symphony symphonywhich aymphoDr aymphoDrwhich symphonywhich
which was the central feature of yesterdays yester yesterdays yeaterdaT ¬
days daT program indicates aa equal ca capacity caJacltr eagacity ¬
pacity as a conductor conductorIf
If further evidence is needed of the theartistic t1MartlaUe theartistic
artistic promise pro held out by the Wash WaahIngtoa Washington ah ahIngtoD
Ingtoa Symphony it to surely to be befound befound befound
found in this concert of yesterday The Theprogram ThoprOKlam Theprogram
program Included two wellknown and andclassic aDdclaattlc andclassic
classic compoottloas compeeitlolUlthe the Mendelssohn Meadetaaohnconcerto Meo4IebDconcerto Mendelssohnconcerto
concerto In B minor for violin aad or orchtetra orclttra orcheetra
chtetra aDd the seventh 18tl1 symphony of ofBeethoven oCBeeUofta ofBeethovena
Beethoven Beethovena as well as the Wagner WagnerMelstereeinger WagaerXelaterHlalW WagnerMeisterseiager
Melstereeinger Vorsplel V plel a caprice by bythe bytile bythe
the soloist of the afternoon lt rlt Mr Ovide OvideMustn Ovid Ovidlustn
Mustn and the Artists Life waltz waltzof IaltzIC waltzof
of Johana J baDn Straus In all ex excepticg eXttepUcg excepting
cepticg the Wagner number with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which the concert opened and which whichvidewed whicheyWecoced whicheviderued
videwed the moot t pronounced nervoueeeeg nerv nervouoaew nervoe18
ouoaew throughout the band the theorcbettra theorchet theorchestra
orchestra orchet tra played with confidenceunity confidence confidenceunity e006d8Refunity
unity and expression toa Indeed the theBeethoven tbethon theBeethoven
Beethoven thon symphony was a8 given a amost Amoat amost
most adequate Interpretation the thestrings tbetrlDge thestrings
strings working with a unison and free freedom treedom freedom ¬
dom which must have delighted every everymusician everymulclan everymusician
musician present The accompaniment accompanimentto a < ompanlmtnt ompanlmtntto
to Mr 1 Musts was admirably done the thework thfwork thework
work of the orchestra being distinguish distinguished ¬
ed by even piano and pianissimo pas passages puasft passages ¬
sages confidence of attack and a com complete complete complete ¬
plete subordination to the will of the theconductor theconductor theconductor
conductor conductorMr conductorr conductorMr
Mr r De Koven attempted no radical in innovations 1nnovation Innovations ¬
novations The Beethoven number Dumberal Dumberalready numberalready al already ¬
ready familiar a all a production roduetlon of 1813 1813the 1813tbe 1813the
the period of Beethovens greatest pow power poweraa powerwas ¬
er eraa was read as It hail been previously previouslyread prvlouslyread previouslyread
read ia Washington by the Boston Sym Symphony Symph Symphony ¬
phony ph oY and other bodies bodIeS The Mendel Mendelssohn ModelMOhn Mendelasobu ¬
ssohn number of course depended on onthe onthe i ithe
the will of the soloist Iett who played with witha
a pleasing abandon and willfulness lIIfulo The TheStrauss TbeStr TheStrauss
Strauss Str waltz altz was performed entirely as asa a asa I Ia
a concert number and filled with shadings shad shadings abadlop
ings crescendo nuances and climaxes climaxeswhich climaxeshleh climaxeswhich
which hleh would make It impossible for a adance adnce adance
dance but the result fully fU1 Justified this thisattitude thtoattitude thl thlatttu
attitude attitudeOn attitudeOn
On O the whole however Mr De Koven Korenadhered Kovenadhered Koena4bcre
adhered a4bcre closely clOly to the purpose prp already alreadyset alrealyat alreadyset
set at forth that of presenting preantn the works worksof woris woriso worksof
of o the great Iret masters simply Impl and aca academically academicaly academically ¬
demically demicaly It I Is unfortunate unfortunte that with withthis wih wihtli withthis
this tli object objt la view Iew be h could Dot have havepresented havepreDte havepresented
presented preDte a program polram a little lte less 1 popu popular ppu ppular popular ¬
Mr Musts Wuan made md a most atol favorable impression Im ImpresoiOB Impon
presoiOB pon In his three thr numbers nlmbrtore nlmbrtorewa numbersthere numberstherewas there therewas
was wa aa encore a I slumber song 1100 of ex exquisite exqulle exquisite ¬
quisite qulle delicacy deICehe delicacyhe he played with wih a I sweet sveetnets 1eet 1eetnera sweetness
nets almost almot effeminate etemlBale Hi Ht His tone Is I never severvirile neverlrl nevervirile
virile lrl or 01 Inspiring I plrlng but bt it I to I always pure pureand pureand pureand
and fine fne and Ida hi control of yesterday yesterdayaudience yesterdaysaudience eterdaYJ
audience autlenc wan al a triumph During Dring the theencore thefnfore theencore
encore fnfore the theater was wa so still sUI that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the voices volee of passersby praby Ir the street streetwere streetwere tret tretwere
were heard distinctly distinctlyThe dtstlncty dtstlnctyThe distinctlyThe
The second Iecond season san of the Washington WashingtonSymphony WaahngtonSymphony asbngtonSymphony
Symphony Orchestra Orchetra was thus begun bgn au auspiciously ausplclou8ly auspiclously ¬
spiciously The first lrat concert comprised comprisedthree comprl comprlthre comprisedthree
three thre interesting Interetng numbers numbrs by a compe competent competent competeat ¬
tent soloist a I program of rather varied variedbut variedbut arle
but bt generally leneraly excellent con coupsIUonB conpositlons positions in interpretations Interpretaton interpretation ¬
terpretations terpretaton of these tbe numbers lumbra by the theorchestra th thorhHtra theorchestra
orchestra orhHtra which were completely lompletely compe competent comp competent ¬
tent and a general geeral exhibition exhibtion of strength strengthand streugtband strougthand
and unified wlf1 purpose prp which augur augr good g re results r rHi results ¬
sults Hi la the future On such ch a beginning beginningMr bllnnlne bllnnlner beginningMr
Mr r De D Kovoa and al his bl men Ion can cn surely surelyclaim Burelrelalm surelyclaim
claim the th1alll ungrudging g support aport of their theirfellowtownsmen telr telrt9Uowtown theirfellowtownsmen
fellowtownsmen t9Uowtown le A D Dh A Aa
5 5r
Protest Against the Manner of Conducting Conductng Recent Elec Elections Elections Eiecns ¬
tions ns in the Island
The T P Prto Pbrto rto Rican Rlel1 Federal FeeJ party prb reeestly re reeoatly
eoatly e1 issued lu a proclamation prcla of protest protestagalMt pt protestagidut
agidut agalMt alleged aJlp Republicaa Rpble political pUI outritges out outrages ot otr ¬
rages r ritges la I 0 pie he recent reent elcctioas eked m I hi which whichthe wblchta whichthe
the ta admlatotratioa dlktra Hon te held hel responsible responsiblefor
for gram S violations violaton of o the elective electivefraachtoee eletye electivefranchisee
franchisee frDh and other outrage outrageThe satragesThe tra traTI
al oer
The TI proclamation polaUoR is I ia part prt aa follows fol follows follDs ¬
lDs lows lowsThe
The 1 electoral eetorl battle btl of o 1M2 11 to I ended endedOn endedOs
On O one 0 side a the tie party prL whose wl acts and aadprocedure andprocedure
procedure pur discredit d1rel the th name I Republl Republlca Rebl Republlcan
ca IB Porto Rico Ric to I pouring forth fot in its itsintoxication ItstDoxl itsintoxieation
intoxication tDoxl UOD of what they tb y call cl their heir vic victory yletry victory ¬
tory try vociferous lero cheers cber because l by the theabdication tbeabicatio theabdication
abdication abicatio of all al ideas Ie of o justice t right rightand ngt ngtan rightand
and an liberty Ubrty they have e obtained oDe for fos a new newterm 1 newterm
term tm the th miserable mlrbl crumbs cnml which are arethrown a atow arethrown
thrown tow to them tem ia I exchange cxeL cxchae a for fo their theirpolitical theirIIU theirpolitical
political IIU al honor honorTogeher honr honrMr honorTogeher
Togeher Mr with wt those th Republicans Republicansalmost Rebil Republicansalmost
almost alm merged ir with wth them as an integral integralpart It1 It1prt integralpart
part prt of that t party prt are ae the authors authorsof aura auraa authorsof
of a that tht work who wh are reveling r la < ia the thetriumph thetriumph
triumph tiumph of their ther own ow selflove Uloye just JU as if ifthto ICUi ifthis
politics pltc this Ui were the only onl purpose pr of o Insular Insularpolitics IDlr IDlrpltc Insularpalitla
Protest Proot of Party Partyla Pary ParyIn
In front of one OI and aD the Ue other oher la I front frontof Crt CrtO frostdf
of O the th authors aatora and acomr andcomLdy comedy players pl7 with withthe wlt withthe
the th dignified dlKnlfe attitude attwde of citizen eltla with withprotest wth wthprte withprotest
protest prte t in our hearts lrt and a on o our oa lips lipsthe Ip lipsthe
the le true tr people pole of Porto Po9 Rico those thosecomposing t tcmpng thosecomposing
composing cmpng the American AmricaD Federal Jera party partythat prt prttht partythat
tht that noble Die legion of patriots ptlts that tt giant giantphalanx giantphalanx nt ntphlnx
phalanx phlnx which with wth the exception xcta of offoreigners otfoelger offoreigners
foreigners foelger themselves tlml1e fill al the tl coffers co < er of ofthe orti ofthe
the ti treasury trur and who wh claim their thir In Inalieaable IDaleRble inalienable
alienable aleRble right to cooperate coorte In the theproper theper theproper
proper per levying of taxes taxe upon UPD them th and andia aDdII andIs
ia the drafting of the taws which ¬
II draCng IW wlleh gay govern p pe gayera
era e them that noble legion la of patriots patriotsto plrloa plrloatwk
to twk whom it I to an Incomprehensible bprfbble and andimpracticable sadimpracticable
impracticable pactcable absurdity abunly to attempt atemP to toAmericanize toAmricanize toAmericanize
Americanize Amricanize a people p e by essentially essentiallyantiAmerican essentiallytiAmerican ntlUr ntlUrtAmrlcan
antiAmerican tAmrlcan methods tl that tt to I with withthe wit withthe
the t most Jt contemptuous contempuou ridicule ndlle of o lib liberty lb lbertr liberty ¬
erty with the th mt most shameful aheCa robbery robberyaad r1 robberyand
and aD with the most Iniquitous IDlultoua usurpation usurpationand 11rpUcm 11rpUcmaad usurpationand
and even een spplaoUng supplanting of the franchise franchiseTo ffht franchiseTo
To obtain oain that victory Yer not Dt only olt halides bulMosiag 111 halidestog
tog ig trickery trlkl and 1lee violence of all al kJ kindslee kinds kindshas
has run n raaat rampant but t even ey blood bl baa baabeea hasbeen
been DJI shod
Outrages Unpunished UnpuntobedSuch Unpuni UnpunishedSuch
Such S outrages outra have bn not t been M repri reprimaaded r reprimanded
maaded Mned or punished pnish as law and aD justice justicedemand justicedemand
dJB demand Finally Finly ia I contrast ctra to t this thispicture Ui Uileture thispicture
picture leture a mighty army of true tu American Americansympathizers AaraD Americansympathizers
sympathizers srmtb1en who wJ feel tel In their thr blood bloodthe bloodthe
the true tre principles plDtp of liberty lbrty and d of ofAmericas orAerIcn ofAmerican
Americas AerIcn democracy demr aot wishing lablag to di diYMe di divide ci ci1e ¬
vide 1e with wih the others othr the responsibility responsibilityaad repabtt
and al disgrace dlagaee of a fraudulent rauulet and aa son saaRUlnary songuinary n nglary
RUlnary glary Americanization Amrleaztl have be eon coademaed e eondemand
demand cJan it I keeping Jep far away aw from fr itprotesting It Itprotesting I
poteaUa protesting with their eloquent e1Dt and an ex expreeelve e oxpreseive
preeelve preive silence sllenteThe mUel8 silenceThe
The election eleton of 1M2 1M is I and will willdoubtless wl willdoubtless
doubtless d ubUes remain remin the t most mt disgraceful disgracefulact dlaCal dlaCalaet
act IB the t e political pltil history hbtol of Porto PortoRleo Prto PrtoRe PortoRico
Rico Re not nt omitting those ti held l under u the theSpanish theSpanish
Sp Spanish a regime rgm for never Dv before b has hashypocrisy h hashypocrisy
hypocrisy 7prls the bameleos lel laxity lty of the theinsular UteIMular theinsular
insular administration admlD straUo and am the daring daringboldness daringboldness
boldness 11da indulged Ilule of the favored fa voe party prt been ao aoladulged HIlule soindulged
Gsrrvmandering G rmanderb Act Act4a Ac Actji11a
I ji11a 4a iWwhea i 1 4H wll rheti Ike i us executive council councildivldfd CII CIIdiYldfd councildlvidd
divldfd dlvidd the Island II into lot election eea districts dulet1tlt districtswith districtswith
with 1tlt the deliberate delbrate and only onl purpose Pr of ofmaking oCmaking ofmaking
making the victory cor of the Republican Republicanparty Repblc Repblcprty Republicanparty
party prty secure sre In violation vlo1UOI of the te Foraker Forakeract Forler Forlerat Forakeract
act at which provided provie for the t contlaguous continguossseas contlaguousneae conUng
neae D seas of the th districts dlatrIct and aD as a Bear ner equalas equal equalas 81 81all
as possible plble in population pplaton then the Amer American At Amer AmerIcon ¬
Icon ln Federal Peeral party prty could foresee for that tht it itwa Ita itwas
was wa a crime crim of less le majeste mjte never to be bepardoned b bepardoned
pardoned In the of the insular
pardoDe eyes lnular lnularthorlte au authorities authoritIes ¬
thorities thorlte ty to t love that native land lD ant aaito antto 1 1l
to l w work > rk r tor Its I prosperity prOrlt and an swan swandizement aggrandfsement agaD agaDct
dfsement ct under uDe the th American Amcan flag he just justas juta justas
as a if I It I were wee Incoltnt Inconsistent ia tl n the hearts bearUof It heartsof
of citizens cUa of Massachusetts Jebut Maryland Marylandor Xlland Xllandor
or or New York to love their respective respectiveStates retY respectiveStates
States s and also ala to sacredly crely adore the thefederation theMeraUOD thefederation
federation and the tl national naUol flag flagIn f flagIn
In 1 the municipalities JaunlelpJtea of o Rio PiedruHumaao Piedras PiedrasHumaeao Per
Humaeao dales Patillas Patiu Lui La and andother an andother
other otr towns towl which have hve been 1en Federal Federalby Feeral Feeralby Federalby
by a tremendously trtmeDdously overwhelming oyerhelmlDg major majority majr majrIt ¬
ity It the polls pols produced proued a Republican RepubJcaD victory vic victory ve vetor ¬
tory tor but the whole Island knows ac a well wel
For all al ages agesseasons agesDelcious agesAll
All Allseasons
seasons seasonsAll seasonsAll
All Allcondi Allcondim
condi conditions condimti0i1S
tions tionsDelicious ti0i1SDelicious
Delicious Deliciouswith Delcious Delciouswith DeliciousWith
with withWarm withWarm WithWarm
Warm WarmMilk WarmMik WarmMilk
Milk Milkor Mik Mikor Milkor
or orCream orCream orCream
M the th admtatetrattea Iaral what wlt a large Jge sum sumbet num number nmH ¬
bet of assaults and violations
H o Muk Yatl are 8e rep
reseated rted In each el one of o the t these victories t tAnd
And AD what wht to I said about ab this t tow t tewa eta be berepeated b berepeated
repeated rtft In moot every e town toa of UM U island laiD
The guaranty nty of o law lw was w atilt h a dead d
letter l ter for the
fo Federalists which
lllt wlh ex explain 6pl ixplains ¬
plain pl how b with wt one scratch a of the O pea
o 1
701 70 Federal P I voters vn were scratched tJ oft of
the registration rertoa list II at Rio R Piedras PI and
that tht in 1 every eveT part pt of the th Island al ¬
though t many M Federals Peeral were w registered registeredthey
they t could eh not ot succeed I la casting retr g their theirvote thir thirTot e evotes
vote Tot because b it I did di not D snit th U the boards boardstbelr boardsor
rs rsor
or because when
bDM thy they west t to deposit deposittheir
their thl vote YM votes some s Republican Repblca assuming
the ti names nme bad already aley voted for fo them ttm ttmany
Many any Republicans Repblc boast b of 0 e having hT voted TOt d
In It five or six Ix other precinct without any
dilBcalty or objection from the Repub Jtepu ¬
lican lie majority oa the board boardClosed boardCI8fiOO boardClosed
Closed Polls en Federals Federalshad FederalsTbat FederalsThat
That ID same towns wltete our party partyhad partybad
had an overwhelming Dyerwbelml majority Jer1t7 the polling poll pollin poUlOS
lOS in precincts were opened two or three threehour t threehours rf e eIteura
hour hours beforehand It wa WM publicly assert asserted aaaerteel asserted ¬
ed that they tile would allow the Federals to towia towiD towin
win only ia the AreellM Areell sad Humacaodistricts Humacao Humacaodistrict Hcaodiatrlet
district After th tile uacivlllaod tl attack attackoa attackoa attackon
oa the home horn of Monde 111 Rivera followed followedthe tallowedthe Iowed Iowedthe
the also uadvills uncivilised < l raid and destruc destruction deatrucUon deetructioa ¬
tion of the printing prlDtt g plant where the theDtario theDlario theDiarlo
Dtario de Puerto RIco wn w was edited edited and andday aDdday andday
day and night personal attacks a upon upoapeaceable IIp uponpeaceable n npeaceable
peaceable cittoeas dU of the pa p party > rty ea tfa tfastreets tbtreeta the thestreets
streets of San Juan were nttuie mod followed
by similar outrage la numerotM D towns townsol townsof
I of the island islandThe alandTlte islandThe
The laxity with which the admlatotra admlatotratioa ¬
tioa and Dd insular police look at all these theBetlal thesethings
things tlal 1rltbout without other result bat the iaeprosecution theprosecutio
prosecution of the victims IB I most Nt cases casesi cuesde casesmade
i made de the party believe that in 1irrder seder to
I triumph they tho would resort re orttp to wj aslc11e4 an all allmean aUllleaDt1 allmeans
means mean and that the saoddtPK at C Porto
Rican blood would be inevitable iaevltaMalostBHatioBS IamtaWID inevitableInsinuations
Insinuations ID of Press PressThe PressTIle PressTb
The Tb American
Federal party re recording reconllDe recording ¬
cording In this document t its nest eet ener energetic energetic Ber Bereetlc ¬
getic protest against the aumoerles aumoerlesoutrage nomberleegontrage UlJterJeqoutraps
outrage violence lnee aad iilegalttte com committed eomJlttUed committed ¬
mitted with impunity la I the present presentelection KIIIteDtelect10a presentelection
election without the leajit I opposition ppo lth n
from the Government do ao M because lNIcaD e
It wishes wta It to be understood every ery
time aDd by everybody that It does doesaot doesDOt doesnot
DOt submit to that mockery aad rob robI ¬
I bery and especially against apl the laiau laiauatieae ineiauatisee
atieae of oCt the Aavileaa prom pr which whichwteea which whichwlftta whichwhba
wteea informed l leeI of the riots and disor ¬
ders der which reigned supreme pre during urlag two twomonth twomeDtha twomonths
month aDd a half instead tea4 of iavesttgattag investi investigating lave ti tiptiq ¬
gating the true canoe ca of this tit phenome phenomenon pbeaomeDOD phenomenon ¬
non pointed out 5 sta fact facts eta a ae a proof proofthat proofthat
that we are not qualified quall ed for the ex exercise cxerelM rxerelse ¬
ercise of civil and political right rlcbiA rlcbiAEample rightsExamples rightEzaxapieg
Examples of SelfGovernment SelfGovernmentHevertbele SelfGovernmentNevertltel SelfGovernmentYevertbeless
Nevertltel Hevertbele Yevertbeless during tb Wili Fmt t t twen twenty tW t tty n nty ¬
ty year jean of Spanish rule In Porto to Rico Ricorepeated RIcOrepeated Ricorepeated
repeated proofs of our competence q were wcragiven Wlr8ben weregiven
given ben la the solution of the most 1 complicated com complicated compUcated ¬
plicated social and political problems problemsto
to such an extent that It brought forth forthfrom forthfrom forthfrom
from the lip I of the leaned ministry ministryof
of tb the crown that beautiful expression expressionthat upr86 expressionthat loo loothat
that there never was wa danger la Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico In making any reforms as every everything ¬
thing t ia Porto Port Rico could be done with withimpunity withIJapaaIt7 withimpseity
impunity Suadiag StaHl g there ther to confirmthis confirm confirmthto ooaftrmtltls
this to the abolition of slavery ia 1873 1873aotf 1873aa 1573ssi4
aotf < the graottag CIa of self gavHraweirt tewra git taMiit ie t fa CoAa
1497 1497Aa
Aa it would be aa insult l to the theAmerican theAmerlcaD theAmerican
American people pe to say y that the oc occcpation occapatioD occupation
ccpation ha hu been a step step backward In iathe inthe
the cuctorn and culture of t < he country countryyet COtIRtrTyel countryyet
yet while heretofore such important importantevent importantevta impertantevents
events event could have passed without dis dteorder disorder diSorder ¬
order and riot the eleetloa period of otlSMn
1903 ha baa carried to the homos of peace peacefol peaceul peaceful
fol ul citizens terror hate aad death deaththerefore deathtberefore deaththerefore
therefore the th American Federal party
In the name of honest Porto Ricans who whofoal whofeel whofeel
feel aDd think of PortQ Ricaa Rica Ricasg who whohighly whohighly ho hohl81
highly hl81 lr esteem their name name sad a decorumalso decorum decorumalso tI orllm orllmalao
also protest once aBel a ttrafebtmtf t1 ttin ttinpIt times timesagainst fimegagainst
against those gratuitous statements statementsand ttellHDtsaDd statementsand
and respectfully invite the honest news aewspapers Jtewspapen newspapers
papers of the United State Stat te study studythe studythe studycauses
the causes and detail de of the phenome phenomenon phenomenon ¬
10 non which baa h attracted their attention attentionaad atteatlona attentionand
and a then state tate honestly It the responsi responsibility rtl8poD11lblllty reepooslbility ¬
bility of these deed belongs to the peo people people people ¬
ple or whether it lie lies with the leaders leadersof leadeno
of o the movement aDd to the officials officialswho oftlelalswbo olBcialswho
who through laxity aad partiality have havecoBseated havecoted haveconsented
consented and encouraged it It
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