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In no previous engag aisssmssl rst t eC K K H HFvhorn Kfhtrn IiS
Fvhorn S + hrrn Ia Washington Wltl has ha there bets betsIuwn MtiaJn bsaaa
Iuwn Jn a tt n the Interest manifested feeI In I his hisapiiarance lalalparanee Msal
apiiarance al c arance here at the National Tltea Tltear
r next w week ek TbU is d doe perhaps toI to toih tow
I ih l w knowledge that this may be the theJi tbeI theLt
Ji I t lime t I ime me Mr Bothers will be abl able to toisit 10Viit tot
Viit isit t this tbl city clt for several 1 years cling oilcgo o
o tlaborate plans p for London and New Newy Newlrk Newt
y lrk n ik k engagements fn 3elDeDtL This Tbl Is also a the thelair thell theIa
lair ll time local theatergoers will see his bisfamous blsramolls hisfamous
famous creation of Francois VH in inJrsiin 10lin intin
Jrsiin tin Huntley Huntl McCarthys Meertb romance If IfI IfI IfT
I Wire tVt ere re King as he b intends to dtvote dtvoteViit drvotei Tote
Viit 1 i s time t I I me to new plays in the future futureMr tat futureir
Mr 11 Bothers otbera presents Hamlet Monday MondayTu Gta aIUI edY edYTu
Tu > s S18Y < lay and Wednesday WedHta nights 1 and ItI If IfI IfI
I VVrre Xing Xl Ki5 Thursday JlllcIa Friday and andhit an antI andatnrda7
hit tI atnrda7 sirlay nights and Saturday Saturda matinee matineeII
II presents Ir < lIeDta but one matin matinee tI during the thevv tbeJ ther
r vv J The presentation of Hamlet Hamletjnrits lfamletmril Hamlety
y jnrits mril t rtts < unusual attention Mr Ir Sotbern SotbernA
A 1 i seen tD la I this play pa a year ago go when whenif
J i if production was accounted one of the theTCII tbfor ther
TCII r r + sr elaborate stage 4545 pTesentU presentments tits seen seena een eena
a tae 1 National during dura the entire enU WIt seasn es esR
R sn > n This massive T Investiture was w en endestroyed nr SDly
ly r > destroyed shortly 1aorU after his lat api ap apranee
i ranee r It meMlre here The production which whichv I
v ill i II now be seen Lowe la II entirely new DewI j jIs
I Is 5 formation has engrossed the at aUe aUet attea atteatnn tea teaton I
ton t 1 of over ttty ft7 of New Yorks Tork most mostprominent it ittrf mostrromioeat i
prominent trf > mlneDt scenic artists costumers costumrsB cost1lmtraslne
B slne ne builders seamstresses and ar errpnrmakers armormakers Itrrnt ¬
rnt mormakers rma1 for the past year It Ith has hase be betriti
triti e + Stt h built upon a far more elaborate elaborateati elaborateau e ean IabOrata
ati > l pretentious scale than was the nrst nrstI tks tksI t tlr
lr I I > r smtatlon and is I altogether the theriasnificeat most mostmagnificent tma
magnificent ma Jn I fteet stage spectacle that Mr Yrntbern Mriiotbern Mrbtrn
iiotbern btrn has ever undertaken undertakenTheatergoers uadertakeaIhfaterpera undertakesTheatergoers
Theatergoers will be generally 17 de desinms c csirnus dotsirous
sinms of seeing asla a Mr othersc others Sothernsiroiuent SotlatJr SotlatJrmluent
c iroiuent creation of Francois raDeol Villon VIII la laif laH 1 11r s
1r if I Were war King Mr Sothora pt prscuts pre pres ptnf o
s scuts < nt < the piece upon poa the same e order ordertaI of ofriatniflcene 01aIDiftceJaCe
riatniflcene taI aIDiftceJaCe nificenos as slgnaliaed 11 its produc production prodQCt prodacvon ¬
von t 1 JD last season
1I0nroJ 1 es a lien d d dlatf 1M 1MadII beta betaadprod
air adprod > ted by Mr UhlssrlsT ef fJlV Uad ITiissuBg ITiissuBgM at attc
M ro fJjton kton Hrtea Mtoa shipping merchanta echsatL Irk iliafnher cis ova
father D Kdfrar nr Thorn Ike intimate friend ot otV 0t oft
V t Under rnderrliir t Ddftt 1 lift i If and runSdential deft ol them the diefn1
fm m hirinr hsvti r disappeared dipppearv6 twerty yean before beforerijiMtly befClfttIJ
tIJ rijiMtly yb tlT Nuhn so p if < t ted c c w iust ba lisisg teen t b en eDmiD a 0003 0003nt pac aaa aaatmirg
> nt aming miD < ttiOO IOO from At a rault He JkUa JkUafr mil milfr ea11a ea11afr
fr < n in man > an Franci Franclcf eo on rh v i ship Juan Fens Fenianif
if t which hick i a never e tet from a a5ta ib Two
yirj era lit l later when = ehoe th the hoe > r vlt Itf Itfff it i is en enlarged ff urged the thei II
I j k ktac c i is found tVuniltun TUD W c tee story stOf opt opera CYp CYptar ap aptm
tar Ijtinirr at hlrf of oflr the ftrm a hIS < lIiiaida Aaida W Wght
hlrhl ght lr urn < > ni Autkland ten kland a draft from Edgar F4RarL Fd r
I L no n to nml r mhue > ur e U the e Ann for or the amount alDOUlltJ
1 J while unirr andr r hw h tl rare Oapfata plain Latimer Lati LatiI Latirnrr
r I met InP a Bailor aaih ihr r who ho claim in t to < i hare bay beat beeI1TWNkel be bet
t TWNkel i arerke rkel l on n an uncnartrd island ia iafIlh the theF
F fIlh Kii ith Pllriflc acific and to hive twon r N eCud cud by by a aw
11 I it 11 t man who air mystprioualy my tI1JOUII appeared with with witha
a flips 1 1 nutxiat n taut and with whom be betllp made
the toy e to u Auckland Au After aenina soaae plat platt4
t4 IH d and aDd tJing b + n ing a dn draft the man returned ed edrlt
aa rlt to t his j island islandJIard jnd jndJIord
JIord ails Ail ii the NaMa for Yew Zealand Zealandhunt rItt
t to hunt l + unt f for r hi ha h a father Mr Indercliff turns tractor turnsr
0 or rr r to 0 him for expense the ordinal SAQOi SAQOi1alCf err errhaKe 6001 6001Hagf 01
haKe Hagf The I fact fa < t that It contains II bin of oflal ofa f fT
a lal ater T dir d + tr than hit hi fattier fathers rliaappearanee rliaappearaneeHevsM Pf Pfn
rn n s Ho HevsM H crd roi to believe his fathers athrr ratal ratallib rubLIibllIo rotaa
a < lib IibllIo librc ritily ly planned Iy y Mr UoMktoa UoMktoahad Aoscktoat ktoa ktoaIt
t had sin hit i unancrflanful 1 riVal in tow tot totj
liar l
7 xvrai j mar mate It Itf of f the NadU m is Sjdner idtev Lati Latir
1 n r the iifiain 1Ilai bandraeif ha t and highly eda edat edrat du dudatichrr
+ at t f datichrr dtneh er Howard knnrka down 0 a aAtwril aiIr af
f iIr Atwril who ho k i taawlonlirite to bar bartity hall halln I
n T Inun incurs 1 6r enmity tity He 11 finds on n board a ap s su
u I c r aaikr eaik r Jeseop p the be Man r nucod rccu < ued d by by hh tdf hhiirr j
f I ill a art 1 rakes nAil friends with him He Ile ii ituted iiiiiMed
oj iiiMed IlItd fr < finl fin I that he has a frllo 1 fellow fellowgrfartt 11 11fl rpa ae aetartar I
fl grfartt tartar arter Mnnrkton nrIlIOI1 toe ef the I mu ma be heJ a wen went a at
J > t Cart Carter < r cmnca mea aboard drunk astdu and Howard Howardhint I
u il its < hint bl t t hia hi rtaterooaa Itateroo stater X and throw away aWay swaye
I e lU nark k Both men adstn adlmlrttI Bydoey Bydoeyrd 17dDeYJIlrd bmt I
tI JIlrd ward rd naaUilr to roawcal his awmoa awmoaCHAPTER to toCHAPTER doCHAPTER
CHAPTER XI XICastaway XICttnti841 XICttnti841Cataway
Castaway CastawayAVKDn CatawaySAVJID
AVIW AVKDn cted e ca ed Howard as a ho hofownd 1Ma
SAVJID fownd a foothoM In the reek reekBearing rsekBearing recIcBearlq
Bearing the almost llfoMns llfoMnstana Iii lIfof ole o
term of the girl I upon uponrlv Ms Msshoulder JdaFhfulder rls
rlv shoulder ulder he dragged d himself ont of the thetra UtebFalI
bFalI tra > reach At last to tmlaeNolS mlracaloas Yr as H Htc ItmedM L
tc < < medM med k ° etaod teod eod upon the tINPut land landPut landPut
Put me down I oar wnJk saM bet lydncy aIDey
ncy fatI fatIHe lath aintlrHe lathHe
He did so as aaodMr ftask bash of the thelightning at atlighln ttftti ttfttilightning itil
lightning lighln revealed their theirTh snrronndings snrronndingsThe 1DrIOeIDIIIIIIb
The Ib beach was narrow hero and aDdmalIt1I huge hugemasses h hmaaaes
masses of fallen boulders lay Ia at the too tooof foot footof footIt t
of the cUt Among A those rocks must mustartme t tsme be besome
some she alaeltreome I tor some rude cavity cavlt which whichruijrht whit wlalcnrlht whitmight b
might shield 1aJf > 1fl them tbe from the gusts sut gustsrain of ofrain DCr
rain r n which now no and then swept in inthe from fromthe froIBthE
the ea ea Thorne looked at t the girl pity pityIngly pit pitInti pitylntly
Inti Ingly H Hhr Her wt 1 garments el clung close to toh t n
j hr h r figure ftgu and the ills had torn some someof IIOmeIt o oor
of them almost 1mcst from her lUs own cloth clothIng dDtlaIDIt clothlog
log was all in shreds he had lost his hi hat hatand batand hat hatand t
and biB shoe shoes hotll he had kicked off 0 < before beforeleaving Meo MeolaYIDI bsfoleaving
leaving tbe wreck rtck Sydneys hair batrad had badcome be become become ¬
come loosened and hung lau down noon npoeshoulders poII her hershoulders Itershoulde r
shoulders shoulde drenched and hoayyWe beatWe beat heavyWe
We must not stand here henThorne said saidThome laidIhorne
Thome taking takIU her hand again gala Where Wherear W1aerear Whe Wheart re
ar < the others othersFather olhentT olhentTratber
Father and two mates are MMw MMwnear smswhere smswherenear Ise Itere Iterenfar r t
near the place where w I ant rst saw sawTbty w wTbFY you youTbry
Tbry were looking Jookl Mr tbe long I host hostTien boatThen t tnea
Then the cutter cutterYes got safety ashore aehsseYes ashoreYes t
Yes Tonlo and two of t the sailors sailorsJ a1 a1Jc 1eJoa 1eJoaJIIIJOP lore
JIIIJOP Jc J fi asop op and Shieldscase Shield came with willatfoared us tMfeared They Theyfeared f r
feared th t tbM long boat had been wrecked wreckedand wrecks wreeIIand wrecksand
and went to search atone the tileWell shore shoreWell there1vell
Well w w cannot cross cr thU inlet inletalu IDIfItRain to toagain 1
again Rain alu in tbe dark We most t tad fledheftcr some someshelter IOIDeall1lIr 1
shelter heftcr for th thcs < night nightBut at atBut fightBut
But father will think ssmnthlng emshbtgbappened has hashappened aMhappeDecl
happened to a me Ms 1 s wM hNoeu hstf thai thatam 1 Iam 1am
am drowned drownedHell drowael2Hell drownedHell
Hell find yonre 1011 not In ta tIae tIaeand morning morningand slotrl slotrland a
and joy never kills Ml they Uae7Thorne say responded respondedThome rnsposdiThorne
Thorne gaining J oonrags eoa now thatfelt that he hefelt laeId 1
felt Id firm ground beneath tla his testxcre feet once oncettro ODeeDr
ttro Dr > You risked your life to try tryflare to tosave toa I
save a f me Miss 18a La Laur timer and Ml make makemy it itmy Itmy 1
my business to return Nt yes safely of ly tofather to your yourfather JODIlatber 1 I
father First Jllrator lot ns tied nd seme place otrt otrtof si siof
of tbe wind Ton y are shaking with withcold the thecold ecold I
cold coldHe
He led her ai niss aIMI ag UM short sliestbad They TMFhad
bad not gene 10M8i tarn yard yarn wlkw shs shssiopped st stsopped
sopped 8i OJpeel with wit n mOs intl err errWbatV WFWhat ery1Cmate
WbatV What theta thai lee noe It Itthere just below belowthere ns nsthere
therelfer there there1Ier rp rpHer
Her eyeiWerahntya ey eou i w WIN pa shnrsar tnn thne Itln ItlnIts J JIt lihfls
Its It ls part ot 4 Ww W WJlk r ek > c h lift rsHlfMt r
Mr Sotherns 1otJter company is I even stronger strong trOD8t ¬
er than t that of last mama 0 Miss XI Iles C Ce Cecelia e eNlia e esela ¬
celia Loftus plays plaT the leading lead role in inboth habotlt isboth
both plays play and in the company we weOeorge N6Oeorp oreOeorge
Oeorge W Wilson Uowland Buekstone BuekstoneJennie B BueksteneJenale to toJle
Jennie Eustace Crystal Herns Henry Hear JCarrill J JCarvill JCarvlll
Carvill Sydney C Mather Jtdwls 1IdI Yar Yarrey Yarre7 Vattoy
toy William Will Harris Cecil DeMllIe and andThe andothers ael aelotHra
others othersThe
i iTIM
The Tw Two S SchNla h sIsM at the Columbia ColumbiaCharles ColumbiaCharles
Charles Frohman will present l for the tbenrst tMIrat thefirst
first time in this city at t th lH CetHmbin CetHmbinTheater CotambiaTheater
Theater next Monday his latest lattgk lattgkIng JaalkI lsaghlag
lag I success 11Ift The Two Schools which whichis whichII whichk
is said to be a delightful comedy of ofParisian oCPartaa ofParisian
Parisian life It has just completed a athree ath athree
three th months tla run MI at the Madison Square SquareTheater Squarebeater SquareTheater
Theater New Tork and has been warm warmly arm armJr ¬
ly welcomed in Philadelphia l > It will willbe wiltbe m mbe
be presented pre atM here exactly as given in inNew InNew inNew
New Tork where It was said lei that Jame Jameson Jameeo Jameson ¬
son eo Lee Ftnney JIIaDe Ida Conquest Jessie JessieBusley Jes JesBualtl JeeskBusley
Busley X A Kennedy Beatrice Mor Morgan 1orp for forgas ¬
gas p Wlnchell Smith Ida WatermanBeatrice Waterman WatermanBeatrice WatermaaBeatrice
Beatrice Morgan and the other playerswho players playerswho plaenwiao
who appeared in the comedy permitted permittedno
no moment of the performance to lag lagand lagand lagand
and lost no opportunity to cause a laugh Jauthbe laughThe
The brilliant lines and amusing sitwa IItHUoIIII sitnations
ttons of the piece are admirably pre presented preMlated presented ¬
sented Charles Hawtrer the cele celebrated ceJ ceJbratecl celehrated ¬
brated Kngilsh comedian cO laa witnessed a aperformance aperlorauuaee aperformance
performance of The Two Schools in inXew InNew
New York and waaf wa f so charmed with it itthat Ittlaat
that be made arrangements with Charles CharlesFrohman Charlearolan
Frohman rolan for his b own appearance in It ItIn ItID Itto i
In London He wrote to Mr Frohman Frohmanasking Frollmanasklq Frohmttaasking
asking him to reserve the piece for him himfor blmfor himfor
for Kngtand and Dd saying Ial that if be could couldsecure couldIleCDre
secure it be felt sure ure that It t would run runfor runfor
for an entire year In the Bngltsh capi capital capttal ¬
tal He said It was w one of ek the e most mostartistic mostartistic t tartlatlc
artistic productions be bad ever seen seenand seenaDel seemand
and added that it was the t e best play Y
Cartac inlet tr b Msavded by her aa rude and ai prifu prsr I
dieel die Carter h JnauUnt te IhMMtnl fct the tfcecabin aMI thewhir
I I cabin star dinner OM say fill sad till hey ogre t tows te teHowards totile
W ows This ad tile tileI u whek whekexhibits
exhibits to lOU111t > thltshy messing
H Howards Housed Jenlowsv caae trim to absm kh as asaoeteUa eoelata
I aoeteUa ta die cabin esb Me luaus barns I through Jw Jwaop hilOp Jo Joe
lOp m e Atdire Atdirediscontent of discontent t suionc the crew foinaaHad
bv by AtwrfL They meat meatmoag baaiy 7 weather rreatae ur rNW rNWie tIN tINa t ie
brig springs a leak Ie and tile pump are manned
I The ressd is short banded and Howard tone t to
I and an d bebjM Matey thanks him but butaJIwkM a chance chanceaihatkm
aihatkm to Carter Monektoa eausea aim t tmake te tomake
i make a tanwrfcta raaaatli sal go below Sydney
I 1 grieved CT goes to herTh bar cabta cabtai
i i The Th e stare drives cIrI the brig far from f bar cone eoonemop
j i hMap mop derteea they t are sear the island where here hereshipwrecked
1 h hr WM shipwrecked Ihi and net Kdcar filler Thorns
j H Howard vaks u Captain Oapta l Urtimac 1At ta upend a few
I d < Jan 1 lara < looVing 1000 loeitiu 1llr for h Carter girl Mondrton objects
i i in the name of dIP fica Howard accuses 8 1Mf bin aimof
i of < rf > i getttag logo t rraaa Atwell While the ea eatain cap
ti tain ta m Howard I and the cook ate in it the t t tI freaatt
imrartiiitatiHR tile area WdbV WBRU tad AtwalL nrathnr
I But B ut another violent at 1tcInIi wT rSrltbe ibe Alp 1
I and carrying away the teretopaaaat sad 1Id aU the tbeciinvai theCIIn thecanvas
canvas CIIn they are clad iad to lake orders from the theraptaia tileraptaill
raptaia who bas bees Mea rescued r slued with ate com eoIIIflUl
Eastern flUl b7 Noaekton > oadttos throot through a secret door doori
i in the bnlkbcad known to him hi tw and Atwell Atwelland Atwell
and an nd d wed for or retluc liOMor from the bold I I
CViptaia yplis I lathner drive the nratbaeen 1IIfi forward
I and Carter Moncktea goer with beer The Theahip Thealri
ahip alri i strikes on an bland with towersa = cUtts cU
Tbe T he men take to the longboat the threes threestat to tothe totM
the cotter Howard rashes to 1Iydee yd er LatnsMrs LatnsMrsrooaa IAtII LHatrtsrrtar
I rooaa ro sad Sib a satchel khel with tair things sbe sh egt e would adI 10
lots be likely Ilbdyto to need Cosatot oat oat be is felled by
I a blow from an oatknown wen L He i reecwws n ° 0m
en a dtatolyd J lads bissself deserted He Mt1no the tbesatcbci
satcbci to a aratteff Irf8t MId tries to nach tIN tbesbsf theearn
sbsf earn He eat make s landing 1aIIdi 1aIIdiI 9r ner
I sees Urn and nnbes fins in ni to help him hinC Iai said sad both batharc
arc carried evtrrto by a cuiunt to a nbtot pisos where tIMnecIdT there
II are no breakers and an eddy swinw them ua thaeteoglad
against a rack reekrtae
The Tite whole JiGle shore slue will be strewn with withIt wltkIt wit witbefore h
It before Wor M MAh
morning morningAh Iac IacAJa
Ah but there is something eliWlK boundi bound to toft toIt
ft It i too She trembled with mars than thanUM UaaRUN tat tathe n
UM t he cold Is I it a body What beam be became Mcame ¬
came c am of o Mr Monektea MonekteaTborae MOttek8RTkocae
Tborae made ne reply He II ran down downto dowato dew a
to t o the water waters water edge edgeGlorious Mg MgGlorloaa
Glorious be sheeted ted It Its + my y raft raftAnd raftA
And A nd area Hre the valise valiseHe val valHe alto altoHe
He pulled oat fib knife IIn cut it free freeand frMroad freesad
and came earn staggering hack to her side sidewith s sith Ids
with w ith the drenched bag bagWItT nagWiry
Why do yon harden iNr yowrseW with withthat wltktbat wit h
that she asked askedIts ukedIts askedIts
Its Its more pNel precious than ssW tonon to toMI us
now he replied repliedW1aat
What do you mesa
You 1 will see ones we w tod our rstafs ret retlei
be said lei trying to speak speakJ1aeoT lightly
They had wet not g acme n far tat bsfwe the they theycnnw t1MTCaJae y
tame upon poD Just such a place as a Thorae Thoraehad TlNHne1IopecI Tiara e
had hoped to and He 14 bad noticed noticedores the theporous uporoD8
porous p ores formatioa of the cliff < and ex ezected expected expcctad
pected > ected there were cavities caTltl of some size sizeIn ateID eta a
ID In n It An opening opetal before bet which blcb tbe tbela the1n sea seaa
la a some great treat t gale had thrown throw up upbarrier p a abarrier abarrlerfIC
barrier barrlerfIC sf wed sand and driftwood yawned yawnedhospitality yaw yawtaIItT yawn ed es
hospitality taIItT florae hurried his oem COMpa centpssfon
panlon pa toward it itSuppose It It81Ippo
Suppose there to something IOUI la there thereSydney ur urldM7 tho
Sydney suggested timidly timidlyThen Uldl UldlTIaea timidlyThen
Then we will III kill lid sat t it Itdared do declared
clared the young man hvngMng 1 Bet to toreassure toreIMIJe t o
reassure her ho plunged pi ahead and andentered a aentered Dd DdUte
entered the cavity carlt7lite alone aloneShe
She hoard hts hi shout to hsr from with ¬
in Ineo
Come Gila In I he cried It to eastta I
The noor 8eor seems as dry as a a boas boDetile ben benthe and andthe j
the roof overhangs the mouth oesve of the thecsve tJteNTe
csve and shelters It from the tbelAw sea assloo
She loo followed l l101ft4 him hesitatingly uqa uqaWltlIta7
Walt WltlIta7 stay Just where you are till tillI tl 11 I
1 light a match t h be said saidA kl
10 A match after after having 11 T been in tbe tbesea tIHtr
sea r demanded ed edA Sydney SydneyMA SydneyA
MA A match can be carried In I a water wntertight wterUpt
tight safe my a dear d young g lady It ItIte Itquits to toonlte
quits Ite evident that you were never cast cuta
away a before beforeIn WfereI
la a moment a pleasant t little name namesprung lameDP as
sprung np in m one corner Thorns ran for to
more wood There was a great suantity suantityjust wall Ut Utat 4
just at the NtstHh e c UM eat MItM Use dbr dbritwm debris debrisfrom H1sI
from former wreck wrecks hoc a loving g Ire flrelit IreIUt Sr Srtit e
IUt lit up 11 the whole pine pier and its a grateful gratefulwarmth gratot tel1 tel1Wana n nthbr i irat
warmth Wana rat imparted lnp rtdM rtd ed new life is their theirehllVBd UatlrelaJ11i1d
ehllVBd hsfiMs hsfiMsTsst M6ae1t hodsUptt
Tsst t It t glorhraar glorious he cried hapa heanlng hap aeaplU
an the U fuel 1 Still we are In I s serni sernitrc 1IeIDIbe
trc trcNasl stoat latitude 1Iat1 and when the thenbtoss tMIass ftD ftDIt
nbtoss Iass It mnwt be hot JiMKar ensugh k ken roM roMTint
Tint IM yen art ar Mwttgal PJl I with the uu f fuel fuelsat Hsl H I Ishe
she 4aW N I
which bleb it had been his good fortune to tosee toItn tosee
see acted actedChristmas actedChr actedChristmas
Christmas Chr 8tmu Vaudeville Va 4eville at Chases CksassChristmas CItsClar ChasesChristmas
Christmas Clar week at Chases caae will re reveal reI reveal ¬
veal I a polite vaudeville bill of a mal magnitude malaUnde mmgalLude ¬
alLude and a cost befitting beaul the chief boll bollday holiday bollday
day period of the year and easily flHU supe superior supertor superior ¬
rior to any aa of the current season It Itwill Itwill
will 111 comprise Susanne Leonard sad sadOwen aMWUord andOwen
Owen Westford Techows Teehow wonderful wonderfulcats wolMlerraleats wonderfulcats
cats George W > V Day Mr r and Mrs Alfred Al Alfred ¬
I fred Kelcy Gertrude Mansfield and andCaryl andCaryl
I Caryl Wilbur Llsxie and Vlney Daly DalySailor DaJySailor DalySailor I
Sailor awl Barbaretto and the Vltagraphpictures Vltagrapb Vltagrapbpictures VltagrapbI
I pictures Mother Goose Goo Stories 8torl Miss MissLeonard 11 11Leonard MIssLeonard
Leonard is i the only sister Iter of Lillian LillianRussell LillianRussell i
Russell Mr Westford 1 is a line It come comedian eolD eolDdl comedian ¬
dian dl and for some years year past baa been beenimportant beenimportant
important In D Broadway Br0a4wa1 musical producties produc productions produetlOR ¬ I
ties tions They will 111 present a gay little littlefarce littlefarce
farce called Tb T The Understudy In which whichMiss whichMiss hlch
Miss MI Leonard will sing My Particular ParticularFriend ParUcularFrlelMl ParticularFriend i
Friend the permission of WeberYields Weber WeberJltel A AFields
Fields having been obtained Mr West Westford Wtford Westford
ford enacts three different roles all o othem of ofthem orthem f
them uniquely humorous haIiBoro TecJaow Techows wonderful won wosderful WODderlul
derful cats are surpassingly clever In Intbelr I Itheir Intheir
their unusual feats tea l George W Day Daythe Dartbe Daythe
the monologue comedian show shows silo himself himselfin hlmeltIa klmselin
in cork Mr and Mr Mrs Alfred Kelcy Kelcywill Kelcywill Kelc Kelcwill 7
will appear app r In a clever oneact comedy of ofParisian oCPamlaa o oParisian 7t t
Parisian life Uncle Fulness rhine Ger Gertrude Gertrude Oertrude ¬
trude Mansfield with ltb Caryl Wilbur witlpresent will willpraHtRt j
present their most successful su Cul and mer merriest merrle marriest ¬
riest t sketch No o 61 1 Prospect Street StreetUszle
Uszle aDd Vlney Daly will be seen IB latheir I Itheir °
their premier European hlahcl highclass danc dancing dancIns Bancdog ¬
Ins act act Sailor and Barbaretto as Tbe TbeComedian TbeComedian Th ThComedian e
Comedian and the Pajama Girl will Ill furnsh fur furnish CUralah ¬
nish a brilliant specialty As A a special specialChristmas apectalChrltma speclaChristmas 1
Christmas offering for the juvenile
pa patrons PAtrons patrons ¬
trons the vitagraph pictures williilutratIons will bn bnIllustrations 00ll1utrUou k +
Illustrations of the Mother GOON GOONStorletl GoonStories e
Stories They are re la colors strikingly 7
beautiful and form the greatest motion motl uw
There T ere Is pleDtYe plenty nh eards ef It he re returned rotrBcd toturned ¬
turned and want out for more JDOI ta provelats prove
his assertion assertionSoon us assertionSoon rtwo rtwo500ft
Soon he came staggering nag back under underthe 1IIMlerI
the weight of a great plank whisk he bethrew hetJarew herew
I threw th rew dawn dew at ana oldsThis side sideThis 1IIdeI
I This Tilt is too big to burn rat and I cant eaatbreak caatbrMk cantbreak
break it up be remarked reJlNtlk IMrt but it will willmake wf1lJlMko wl11make
make us U II good seat seatJae MaLJt
Jae Jt 3ethere there erEt ta something aa U t said saidSvdaey saidSydney 141 141SdHY
SydneyIts Sj Sydney SvdaeyIts SdHYJts
Its a ptask from some veer ships litlp bull bullwhy aUlaT hully
w why wh laT y thats ot a aThe name nameTbe nameThe
The paint was almost worn off bu hut hutsome 1NtlIOIIIe t
some ef tbe letters ware wer still traceable traceableJtTF lraltIeJUF traceableJUFIt
SsnF SsnFThoraa Sea F FTwu FThorne
Thoraa uttered a stifled stl ed exclamation 8elaaaadeRW1Iat exclamationWhat
What is It Mr Thorns TIN rHT sled sod Sydney sodBeY Syelray ¬
ray startled by Ute Ire teak aa his face faceIt fMeItlau faceIt
It Itlau It te4i must be bet he murmured murmuredWhat urr8ll mrFmrredWhat urr8llWat
What la It What da you Jf fr frIt nR aaat aaatIt
It is a part of the wrack wreck reek Of ef i th the juaa juaaFernander Jua JuaFerJaaDd JtiaFernSSdes n
Fernander FerJaaDd of San Sa Fran My father fathersailed faUierUed lathe latheiled r
M sailed sa Ued ia that vassal from America Jam JesIIOt Jamsop
sop tutor the wreck wr k OIl t ore of tile tilelelalld tb tbland s
Is Island land where he was cast We are areat en entbat 1
t that th at island BOW BOWCHAPTER I ICHAPTER
late the t e Tunnels Mouth MouthThan
I Than the island is Inhabited I Wted oxeatated ox oxelalmed ctXalalMtd
elalmed Sydney after lter an instants la ats al dee ¬
i 1 ienee < ee I am so glad gladIt ghMIIt gleeIt
It may be Inhabited return returnThermo returned retaarnedI ed
I 1 Thermo seriously lerlousl Jesaop said
not yet ye yee t
I fc he h could
e DOt explain Ute appearancethe appearance of oftbe
I the man who 80 rescued him otherwise otherwiseThere oclterwleeTltere otherwiseThere
There was so other spot of land and YMII visible visiblefrom Ie IefrOM
from this island be declared declaredIt
It is wonderful well derf I that we should fall fallupo fan1HH1 fa 11 I
upo rpoa 1HH1 it itIt ItIt t tIt
It is coincidental but sot wonder wonderful NOR NORful cord m ¬
ful We knew k w it was somewhere ehere aear aearus as ear earUtI earthe r
us sad the typhoon drove dro M ia faight the theright urlPt
right r ight direction that Is I all We should shouldaot attend attendnot d i
I not have h suspected peetecl Its proximity proximitye had hadws A
I ws w > e sailed lied by II ia I the night nightTharae rightThermo Igbt IgbtThor
Thermo Thor paced back and forth before beforethe bef4Het1te bet ore e
the ar Irot He was w excited clt4Ml lit Ills U face facewas tace11tHed 1 Inc Incwen s
t was wen flushed his bands lutla trembled trembledThis trb trbT1aha
This must be tha Ire place he repeat repeated repeated ropa ropaed t ¬
ed ojf If there were two Islands lllaD is i thans thanswaters tiHIHWIlt them
i waters WIlt some navigator vlptor would Id tat tatfound have havefound 1aaeIIMI re e
t found thorn tae ere this thl ADd If this tIa te tbo tbospot U Uspot t tspot he e
i spot my father is hare Miss LaUaaer LaUaaerysu 1atItRer1W I Iyen Slim
3 yen cannot root realise rU what w thai moans reamsme to tom toMo toate a
i m ate
No I caaaoi caaot ska said 41 emphati emphatically pIaaU pIaaUealb ti ¬
cally But I shall 11 be glad for your yoursmks yourIce yot yotlake our r
lake Ice If he Is r here hereHe laer laerlie herelie
lie must at be exclaimed tINt pus young youngman yeIIBgaJllaMt ng
man almost wildly wildlyDont 1ldfyDont
Dont disturb yourself as a Mr MrTharae MrTJIorae II r r
Tharae sbe Ire said Sea ye Yft you must autwearlocl bo bowaariad
waariad earlod I am almost 1 exhausted my myself JaYMU m msett p ¬
self and faint too tooAh tooAla taeAb
Ah forgive me he cried cr This Thisdiscovery ThledllOoery T fi Is Isiscovery
discovery d ass au made de me e forget forgetHe torplie forgetHe
He brought tIM watersoaked tereoak valise valiseto val valte vatb
to the are Sydney dH7 had spread her heruttered hertattereel Ire
uttered skirts klrt before the blue and was wasnow wuCOIDpuaUyel
now comparatively dry She n watched watchedhim watcbedhi watch watchfilm ad
him hi curiously as be opened the bag bagIm N5I begIm
Im I afraid I did not gnt nt the most mostImportant DaGetpert at atmportant
Important I pert things tJaI this after alt ail ha said saiddepreeatiagiy hi hiprecatlql j
depreeatiagiy precatlql The water wr had already alrea alreaIkded dy
flooded your 1 cabin cab when I got there thereMr tMr tMrX7 thereYes
Mr oabta oabtaTes bl
1 Yes be responded r with a smilehope smile lit I Ihope Iaope
hope you wilt III pardon the liberty I ran raneked
sacked your quarters for what bal I thought thoughtyou UaoutrbteN theca thecayou ht
you might most aeedUte aaed the small n artl artlelas art artelos rU rUel l
elas el at course eoer I eauMat Idt bring Iarl much muchIn mu muIn tick tickIn ch h
In In this hag hagShe bagShe g gBIle
She looked at alII bint curiously but hutnothing saM saMaotblng M Idsotlll
nothing aotblngfirst sotlll
sotlll1I1r first < ef t all here te your workbox workbexbe worlcbexhe
he continued Just spread the things thingsout tlalnsout thin thincal as
out here on tbe plank until they dry drySee drJ15ee d dSee r
See here is I a lookingglass In the cover coverof coerof car er > r
of the box boxand and It didnt break I knew knewthat kuewt1 km kmthat iw w
that eves Tea a lady la R a desert land would wouldwaat wouldwaRt woe 14
waRt a leaking glass gl And hare ller are usetot a alot alot
lot af little things There are bairpiae bairpiaeamong fiat Pi 96 i ialItOuc
among them tltetDa a whole box I know youll youllthank yo yothank ouU ouUtak ull U
thank me e for them And a comb mb When Whenyour W Wyear ism I ITour
1 your hair Is I dry van ea ran do It up age again againBut a aBat
But here are the principal thlm things He Hetoak If Ifto
took err I the various tins of moats wombsad tat soup soupand IIOUpalld p
and fruit frlllt and arranged them along al tha thabeard Ua Uard t he hehoard 10
beard rd Wbat will yen have ha far supper supperMiss arp arpa11es r
Miss 1 Latlraer Take your choice Now N Nt ow iw
picture novelty there ther to I It will be theArst tl the theOnt e efirst
first time they have beea presented here hereand hereaDel hereand
and Mr MI Chaw baa secured them exclusively exclu exclrstvely ¬
sively 11 at very great irt expense The sale saleof Hieor saleof
of seats baa begun and It must not notIorgotten be beforgotten beforgotten
Iorgotten forgotten that there la I no Increase in intbe InUae Inthe
the Chase Ch prices at the Christmas Chri na mttl mttlnee JRtIJtee matinee
nee Every seat In the house then is iaonly isonly Isonly
only 38 cents Chases to the only thea theater tJMater theater ¬
ter In the city extending tbto tit courtesy courtesyto
to its patrons OB holidays holidaysYork holidaysYork holidaysYork
York State Folks at the Lafayette LafayetteThe
The Th chief character role rol In ArthurStdmans Arthur ArthurSldmans ArthurI
Sldmans DOW pastoral play York State StateFolks Stacolu StateFolks
I Folks olu to that of a veteran church or organist orIn organist ¬
ganist IB n a country village whose toad focdnects fOlltlnMIII toadRees
nects for making kiD < other people hapPYeventually happy happyeventually hapJfentulIy
eventually lands him i trouble He Heis HeI lieis
is I a lovable old village musician mu lclan and andIris Rndlria andlets
Iris sayings 11188 and doings furnish an n un unfailing UDfallluc onfalling ¬
failing fountain of wit It and drollery drolleryRay rol1ryRa
Ray Ra L L Royce who acts this part In the thepresentation thepresentation thepresentation
presentation of York State Folks at atthe attile
the fLAfette L Lafayette fayatt Opera House II Monday Mondaynight ladeyallbt IMadeynight
night next with the usual Wednesday Wednesdayaad Wedyand Wednesdayand
and Saturday matinees and a special specialChristmas speeh1Cltrlatmaa specialChristmas
Christmas matinee Is an artist whose whcseadaptability whredaptablllty whoseadaptability
adaptability for the successful luccPo ful delinea delisett delineation delineation ¬
tion t to of such characters is said to b be beshown beRoown e
shown anew ia n thla Instance One of ofthe orthe ofthe
the characters which scored an unex unexpected 1IDeXpeeted unexpeeled ¬
peeled success nee in the first first presenta presentation pre presestation nla nlatlon ¬
tion of York State Folks was that thatof thatoC thatof
of a village band leader possibly the tbemost themot themost
most iaeigalflcant part of the cast Th Thanchor The Tbeauthor Theauthor e
author had drawn aim from real yea life up upin upIn u uSR P
in a western York State village 11 lace and andhe Andbe a
be reads mad a pronounced hit alt in hpite pile of ofthe orthe n nthe f
the fact that be had but a few words wordsto wordato w °
to speak The dramatist was as so pleas pleased pleaaed pleased ¬
ed that he Immediately wrote In lueral n set several ¬
eral now scenes for the rural Sown Sovsawho Soveftwho
who has since developed Into quite t tfactor a afaetor a
factor la the funmaking of the play
Arthur Stdman who wrote York Yer k
that J I am sure we a arc on the memo lot Islaad lotd
aDd an d that Je T6HOp sop was as eel away upon ponI I I
feel relieved en the More of food supply INI
for fo r he tails tel me
are fruit tn t and vege veg w ¬
tables here hereThen hereThen hereThea
Then he looked up at her aad fovatl teas teasthat d
that she was crying crylagWhy crylsgWhy
Why what Jiat Is ill he exclaimed exclaimedave I
have h ave b Men SB rattling en here like
a silly sillypated 8Illy 8Illypated sUlypaled
pated noodle and of acwrse you are user worried werrled userled ¬
ried led half to death about your r father and andyaur aadY9Ur a ayear aKl
year own position Im r a brute bruteThat bruteTllal bateThat
That to not it at all she declared declaredveheneatly l lehemutly d
veheneatly veheneatlyWhat v ehemutlyItt ehementlyWhat
What Itt to It thenHave then theaHave tkeDHave
Have you done all t81 this for me A And net
I believed boUendho how could you be so thought thoughtfttl thotagatfill thoughfat
j fill Mr Tharae TharaeNonsense Ther TherH ThorneNoseenoe
H Nonsense OJNeJlH he exclaimed driving his h Is
kalfe blade bled into Dto the cover of a tin tinp at
watp auB p As Ay Lena wouIdhI w wouIdhIa wouIdhIBvea uld aj done th tiNl < l
> same tawa a
Even my father was was net sa thought t
ful of my y welfare eltare she said gravely graved
Why did you do It UHe 7 7He I
I He looked up with the knife kDIe sU sun sunJIOIIIed Ii
poked over the can Their ayes er met me t tn
The blood fled to Sydneys face and a n et I
Tborae Th o rn e dropped drop ropped his hi gaze Bat ut sbe > Ite did didaot didBOt dl dlnot d
not pursue purs her iBiuiry l lw ulry further and there the thefell re 6
fell a little silence between them themThorn t tThor taigaThorne
Thorn Thor opaaad the t can and set it down doJilto do doto a a
to beat When It t was ready he p pro produeed produe ro
dueed due a little folding cup from his pock pocket pot k
et from which she drank her mbar share sbareTJae e i
The soup seemed to revive her but th th thstrala l he e
strata of both mind aad body which wJalcllThor wh1 cb b
Thorn Thor bad experienced began to tell tellkin on ORhiM n
hiM Again Sydney noticed the evident evidentpala evWentJNlI ride nt t
pale JNlI It caused him to use his loft iort arm armYou
You are ar hurt Mr Tharae she said sal salflow al4 al4lIow d L
How did It t happen lIapDeDlie
He hesitated before replying He be beUeved bi biiered e
Heved t Moacktoa had been his assailant aMaliantyet t
yet it would only hurt her feelings I If if
he told to d her so Evidently Captain Lat LatJBer Lst t
user had not spoken to her of his own ownr8CeBU o orecently a
recently r8CeBU formed auspicious la regard to toCarter a
Carter Moacktans complicity in At Aten A t
wells en plot JotIt lot lotIt
It was doa done Just as I came up from fro froUte m
the cabin with the valise he said saidSomethlag WSoII1ethlg sat
Something struck me on the arm arlllaDd arlllaDdon and
on my bead too But fortunately tbe
arm saved ned the bead I was only knocked knockedsenselaes kJloekedHuel
I senselaes Huel for a little while That to why
I did not get to the cutterAnd cutter cutterAnd cutterADd
And we thought tb uht you and Mr Moack Moackton Ioncktoll
ton were In the long beat teat she exclaim exclaimed
ed Just before we pushed oft fathernaked father fatherasked fa er erlUiked
asked Atwell If the passengers ware warewith Me Mewttk
with him and ad he said they the were wereThorne wereTJtorne woreThorne
Thorne remained silent silentL
Let L t me sot your tJur arm arras she said It Itisnt Itt Ittat
tat t broken IB It ItI 7
I guess g gee notlie not notHe DOtlie
lie removed reDl ved his coat and pushed lMI ed up the theshirt tbeshirt
shirt sleeve beneath The Injured InJur mem member member teemher ¬
ber was black from shoulder to elbow elbowOh elbowOh
Oh she he cried vied It t must pain pan yo yocruelly you ou oucruellaDd
cruelly cruellaDd and you never said a word wordShe j
She seized the empty soup tin and ranout ran i iout i
out of the cave In a moment sb she re returaed returned
turned with a quantity of sea a water and
I Ilel i
set It over the lire to boll Thorn lean leaned J Jlid
ed against the wall ef the cave with Ith hisegos his hiseyes I
eyes closed She got her scissors from fromthe
the drenched workbox and ripped off the thesleeve
sleeve Ye of his lal shirt Then when the thewater tbeaur thewater
water aur was hot she used her own hand handkerchief handklrebeC I
kerchief to bathe his arm and finally finallybcuBil flaallybellBcl
bored It up lightly la the shirt sleeve IeeveYou
You mast not try to use It t for a aloag along along
long time she said I wish I had some IOmeUBlmsnt someliniment
liniment to put on It ItThats ItThats t
Thats one of the things I forgot to toput toput toput
put la the valise aUH he
rejoined Joined with 1th asmile a asmile asmile
smile smileBut
I IBut
But be disobeyed CU80 her Injunction for he i iroucd
roused himself eufSclently to go o outside
I and gather ther a quantity of driftwood and aldpile
pile it up near at hand that he might mightleed
feed the tb are fire during the night without
being obliged to move far He begged
her to take some rest r8 t for U t was then thenput
past midnight At first rat she he refused but butat
at length tired nature asserted Itself and anashe andshe
she Logan to nod They sat side by aide aideupon 81deUllon Leto Letothe
upon the plank and soon her head drop droppeel droppttd i iped
peel upon his II shoulder He put his h good gOOtIArm i iarm
arm about her h r waist and eased her Into j
a mere ore comfortable position and oho ohoslept j I
slept oa like a child child1fLL
State Folks bad lived when waaa a 70UDgmR youngman young
raaa In a typical upState village villageand villa villaand villageand
and knew ku his ground aad his h peopletl people JloopleUoroughly
tl thoroughly oroughiy He to s said Id to have takes takoah iakeafib
fib h chief characters from real life ia iathis Iatbll
this particular town aad to have copied copiedmany eepl eeplmaa copiedmany
many maa ot their peculiarities faithfully faithfullyHer falthCUycHer faithfullyHer
cHer Her Marriage Vow at the Academy AcademyHer Academyner AcademyHer
Her Marriage Vow which Is I said to tobe to1M tobe
be teeming with Ith seaaatloas aDd to have KIIan haveall
I all the other accessories ac euorles of a successful successfulsensational uceo suecessfulsensational tul tulMJlHtlonal
I sensational comedy drama will be pre praseated r8Jj8Bted preseated
seated at the Academy on Monday loBday next acxtwith scx scxItb nextwith
with Itb the tb usual matinees The play is descrtbed de described described
scribed as full of action aDd having a aliberal allberaJ
liberal supply of pure comedy The story
has to do with Kate Walters the pretty
daughter of a railroad engineer with withwhom withwbom
whom Neil Benton a young telegraph telegraphoperator telegraphoperator
operator employed on the railroad te Inlove In inlove
love But Kate loved love Jolla Carlton the theSOB thelIOa theson
SOB of the railroad superintendent wh whtricks who wJiotrIcks o
tricks her Into what he supposes is ismock a amock aJDOclc
mock marriage When he discovers that thatIt thatIt tha thait t
It was really a legal one he does not aothesitate no nohesitate t
hesitate heal tate to use the moat unserupul unserupulmethods unscrupulous unscrupulousmethoda
methods to gala his bl ends and is ably as asalatxl assisted
alatxl slated W by Hector U Norton X 1 a zrelcty ii lead INdor leador
or who loves 10 him aDd la trying to aavobto have ka90 ka90bla
his first wife Kate Walters disposed dl po ed of ofThe orT ofThe
The T e spectacular climax at the end of the thethird thethird th e
third act when the villain trys rya to towreck towreck t o
wreck two express trains by a headon headoncollision headsecollision headcmcolllaloo
collision Is claimed to be one of the thebiggest thehIgeet thebiggest
biggest ADd most realistic railroad rail read sensations sun 5Oadona ¬
gallons dona ever staged The several char characters charaetera ¬
actors la a the play are interpreted by bypeople bypeople b bpeople F
people especially suited to the roles rolesamong rolosamoOS
among them tb bolag Misses Willie B BFrancis BFrancia
Francis Elizabeth Rathburn Annie Ash Ashley Ahley Ashley ¬
ley Eva Beaten and Messrs re r a W A AWhltecar AWblteear AWhitcear
Whltecar Thomas Irwin Henry Buckler BucklerJames Du klor klorJamea
James A A Mann Louis Load F Howard HowardGeorge HowardGeGI HowardGeorge
George GeGI H Nichols lchoJa and ad James A Marcus MarcusThe MarcusTlae MarcusThe
The Christmas week offer offerlQgat offering lag at the theBMplre th thHmpire e
Bmnira Theater will be the Innocent InnocentBeauties InnocentDlAutle InnocentBeautiea
Beauties Burlesquers The program In laeludes Ineludes ineludes
eludes six wellkaowa high class vaude vaudeville vaudevIIe ¬
rifle acts aDd two burlesques burle ques The Five Fiv e
Dixon Agnes Battler tho cbaasoaetto
MiteballHanley MHellen anle7 8 Co Williams and an anAleene d
Alaene the Althea Twin Slaters nero ¬
11Jw bats Imbof and Con character come
dines and Ute Five
I Wblrlwiads Thin
or organization orgazatlon orgaeixatloa ¬
ganization fearrlN carries a large aDd attractive attractivechums a
I chums cb l1lll for the two burlesques Miss MIII8I 3 I
Breezy of Chicago and OReillys Re Receptloa RecepUOII
I ceptloa ceptloaParisian cepUOIIi cap tion tionParisian
Parisian Widows at the Lyceum LyceumThe Ly eum eumTJte
The Th nartoaa Widows uador tha oM the maR ataaagsmeat maRaP manatemeat
lent aP ef Lawrence Weber will be the th e
burlesque attraction at the Lyeer LyeerTheater Lyeauai of
Theater next week eak The opening bill ia iaa aIt a
a satire oa society entitled The Smart t
get The vaudeville list tat comprim comprises ea
Clifford and Harvey In staging aDd dane
lag Nelson aDd Mlllage the comedy corned cornedduo
duo 41 Jordan and Welch the celebrated ed
Hebrew comedians Vincent Painter th e
Beau Brummel of Vaudeville Bert De Lee
He assisted lIted by KIM Mi Delia Whlttaa aad a aCharles net
Charles Falk ballad singer The bill billwill WIIwill bit I
w will conclude cooelucl with
an add
oa oasummer onaumlBel ot n
8 summer su mmer life on Long Island celled led
Uoao Hunt HuntR
Messrs M essrs Gould and Beach To Be Greet Grected
ed at the Barton Tonight TonightThE
The reception to Ashley A ley K M Gould the thenewly tkeIy 1k 1knewly e
newly Iy appointed justice J tlce ef the Supreme SUpremCourt e
C Court of the District of Columbia aDd aDdMorpH an d ed
Morgan H Beach who has been aaaiad aaaiadby IIBIIHMIby nos ISed
b by President Raasavelt as Mr r GavMa GouldsHeeeIIOr Could a
w aueoeMar su ccessor as United States
Attorney for tortJae t o r
U the District of Columbia will take alace JlIetoallat al ac e
t tonight to < night froM from > to 11 oclock oCk ek > at the Bar Barton
ti ton
The reception has been arranged by tbo tboBusiness thoDUlllnus t tBuefaeea ho
I Business Meas Association for the pur purpo r
p pose of offering aa opportunity 8PPGrtuo ty to t tdilseam the tbecitlseas thedtileM he
c citlseas of the
District to become ao aoquainted 0qualnted
q quainted with their that newly aewl appointed of offldals offidab 01
fl fldals fidabNearl AeialsYearly
Nearly Nearl a thousand acceptances have havebeen havobeen ha vo
b been received by Secretary Barry Balk Balkley Bul k kbas
1 ley y of the association The hotel bas INt INtbeen i
b been handsomely haBdHmel decorated by Dr DrWalsh DrWaI D Dalsh r >
Walsh WaI W V alsh Its proprietor and tonight It will willpresent wi wipresent 111 111ple II I
P present ple e t dKII
a finagling effect A large or orebeetra 01ctrA o r
cbeetraYea e ebeetra has been engaged
I Chatelaine ChatelaineBags ChatelaineBags
f Bags BagsYeull
Yeull V11 not and ItBap i ibetter aoe
better of oe Bass BaphrmeMe erne = aaoortaamt aaoortaamtof than nte nteIrrmcnae the theimmeme
< Irrmcnae line di dil dis disIa disalt
alt l Ia rl ed here hereall hereallfs all allthe
fs f1 the tM newest ktrto steksis ktrtoin stylNin
in all the popular popularleathers pop 1ar 1arINthen Lrteathero
leathers lhtyrc theyre theyreall tbereall
all the go now nowPrices I
Prices H range from I
7t5 35 down to tow
0 i
t w 300 300Beaded 0 0Beaded I IBeaded
Beaded BeadedBags BeadedBags BeadedBags
I Bags BagsA B0
A very large bowiig bowh bowhIi ahowiceof bowiigof
of the awellest andrkhcet and andreheat I
Lb Lbr =
reheat d denies Maiw in
s r Headed cW Ha Baqs with withnickel withnickel
tt nickel or gilt chains chainsrxehaaive dIilllt chainsst I Inr
rxehaaive nr stvles st Iea lee Pries Pricasrange lr Priesrange tt ttraJlfe
Ii range from 46 15 6 down to
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Says S ays It Is 1 Responsible for forSuch forSuch forSuch
Such Plays Plavsras 1l as Iris IrisCHICAGO IrisCIIICAGO IrisCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dec 1Bkl 1Blanche Btonebs eM Walsh Walshhas Waltlllhas Wskhhas
h has Joined jot the ministers la criticising criticisingthe critic critictile criticisingthe
the play of Iris 11 which Miss Virginia VirginiaHsrasd VSrghllaUanuHl
Hsrasd Mm II Sothara to presenting In Inthis a athlll a
this city and takes tak occasion eea to 1 place I the theWarns taeblae
Warns upon po the theatrical sjrnnlcat tag torfoisttag 101laItlnE tagelating
elating s ItUek ah tabled dramas upon the thepublic UtepuhUe theublic
public puhUeMIMI p publicMlse ublic
MIMI Walsh says sarsI ear earI
I kaew Mto Mies I Haraed who is aplalDg now nowplayhag nowaying
p playhag pl aying the miserable leerabJe heroins Mroi in a Iri Iriand Ira irisand
a and I consider bar one OR of the loveliest Ioy loveliestNom t toome
Nom womea oome on Ute stage K K3OYtIDg sowing her ac I 1do
jj do I am sure nee re she e must feel degraded In IDbelag
being forced to play web an utterly de depravod depruod
pravod wamaa emaa as Iris Poor Virginia VlrslalaMy
My sympathy goes out to her I have ha hahad ve
had to go through something af a Ilka Ilkanature JlqDture llksmotor
nature motor but thank heaven kM that time I Ihope 1I Ihope I
I hope Is 6 past and my epee ey have been beenopened IHNtDoponed
opened For myself I defend def the kelp kelpless lwlpleea
less aad unfortunate woman we and 19 I le 1enouace leBOUBCC
BOUBCC In unmeasured uDme sured terms tel term the u money moaergrabbing JUUH7grabbing
grabbing g unscrupulous theatrical syn D
dlcate d icate aiaaagers who thus impose alike aUkeupon alikeFor
upon the actresses aDd the public For Fora Fora F Fa
a little gold they sell their souls to S SfI SfItan Satan
tan and defame tile most treasured u and Andproeloull andrecious
procioue p recious traditions of mankind
I The Rev R Keene Ryan Rya Presbyter Prnby1erlan I Ian
an and the Rev Klttradge Wb WbMrlet WbMrletaptist ier ierBaptist Ieri
i Baptist B aptist who censured the play beforei before beforethey beforethey
i they saw It t reply to Mr Sotherns de defense defsme defence ¬
fence of Ills wife by stltx asvirtlng a rtlDg that they theyhave t theyave Y Yhave v
have h ave seen U sad that it Is I s more dagrad cMgradi dogradlag
i lag than t aR they tIM anticipated They sap I
i Hew many ladles who were present ai ataRd a aIrk 1
Iris and saw it would allow It in ta theft tIwtlHMOII ir irhomos
homos to be played play aDd costumed cqMtIl and andpoaad aIMJOJed net
posed with all its ten suggestions gHtIIHI vile and andawful s sawful net
i awful a as they are on the stage tage > What Whatlicense WhatJleeDSf t
license l > bate a true and lovely wonuui to tolook t tlook
look at anything or to hear anything anythingthe on onthe ORthe
the stage IIta e which she could DOt or would wouldaot wouldJaGt won a
not couataaaace In her home homeWORKMEN tomeWORKMEN homeWORKMEN
Heroic Rescuer Hauled Out After Ineffectual Inef Ineffectual Ineffectual ¬
I fectual Attempt to t Save SaveComrades SaveComrades SaveComrades
ComradesLBBANON Comrades ComradesLEBANON
LEBANON Pa Dee If 1Ior Oscar Bender Benderaad Be8deraM ge
aad a nd Harry Foeht workmen work were burned burnedto 1Iaraedto
to death last la t night nl bt ht In one of the Lebanon Lebanonfuraacas LeIIaDeafurDaC
furaacas f atness of the Pennsylvania PnB ylTlUda Steel Com Company CeIBpa ¬
pa pray panyDltabeyiag
Disobeying orders Header rode totop to the thetop Utetot i I
top of No 3 stack In I a truck of ataDd stock stockand stockand
and was dropped late the outer tel bell aver averthe ov ° r
the t he mouth of Ute furaaee tr being BJBO BJBOeated IMIfr4t IMIfr4teated ° I
eated almost instantly by the gasAs gas gaeAs
As be plunged to his death Bender Benderscreamed DeIMIerIClMme4 Bead er > I
screamed and George Reigort attempted attemptedto ahem p I Ito
to save him finally leasing Into the bail bailwith bed 1
with tk Paeht oellt who 110 had climbed clh to the bellj top topof topof t tof op
i of the stack stackBoth 8tacko
o Beth Ralgert aadBeader a RelMler ware cttdekly cttdeklypull lckly lcklypulled y
pulled pull out the former for1l er alive but It Jlsome itsome was wassome
some time afterward that Feehfs Uoeitt gals badly badlyroasted DcII7roaAted bad badresoled
roasted body was recovered recoveredRelgert recoveredRelgert
Relgert Miraculously tniraeuloual escaped escapedbut death deathbat dMtbut
but with others of the reeeuengreatly rescuers sots sotsgreatly suffered sufferedgreatly ed
greatly from the gas gasBoadar gasBeadlN gasBander
Boadar was thirty years old and mar married married tsarrind ¬
ried Foeht was twenty and single singleGARRISON Mas MasGARRISON
Gen Ge J M Scaaaeld Garrison Garr No 1 1 R RA R RA
A aDd X U bas elected officers o leer as fol follows 101lows to tolows 1 ¬
lows Commander Francis H Randolph Randolphsenior I Isenior
senior vice commander Frank Y YThowas y1 y1TliolRaa
Thomas hater vice commander John JohnMllcr Jo b n a I IlIfer
Mllcr Muter lIfer adjutant adJllta Joha G 3fayaa 3fayaaquartermaster Mayaard MayaardQuartermaster aysard rd
Quartermaster L J Melchair lIth lIthterm ISth ISthterm ill o j I
term rpaymaeter paymaster Thomas Morris Morrischaplain Morriechaplain Morr ie I
chaplain William T Emerson officer of ofthe > r I
the day da Charles Chari Striegaltz officer of oft oftwatch the thewatch uewateh 9
watch William H Hugo officer o cer of the theguard tINguard W ° 1
guard Thomas Bell Installation of ofetllcers tbe tbeofficers ueomcers
officers will take place la Schmidts Hall Ha 1 I
516 Ninth Street northwest January JanuaryMEETING S i i IMEETING t tMEETING
The regular weekly meeting of t the theHouse thenoue lee s I
House Committee on the District wa was wasDOt s
DOt held this morning Chairman Bab Bs wab b j
11 i
cock decided to postpone the meeting meetinguntil JDeetID JDeetIDuDUllfter tines tinesuntil tia 5
until uDUllfter after iter the Christmas race recess I
4 t a + + a e + s e + a0 0 I Ifro I
Open Evenings TOPHAMS It I II
1219 F FGift Street StreetGift t
Gift for the t Ladle LadleXowbere Laies0 Laies0Nowaere
Xowbere will you lad a better bettertelected aelected Mock ek ta choose tress We W love a orytits
fro a small eoia prose to the lam large trateltec Ira relirg eI bag bags Let your ow gUt e 0 teIuher
ROOChb Roods make oar store your headn h badgwrtera arten krs
Wrist Bags Prettfat light lightest ¬ i
Ju1 Ju1t est lidMat t i iMewat and andwrist i
Mewat deem in i > i i i
wrist ha Bags ever everseen A Aesnl
seen esnl here Many T TImported t I ItJat
Imported ones conthat r rthat
that are ROt found foundeuwwbere foadTb foundThey
euwwbere They Theyre Tb Theyare j
are re the mo most mostr popu popui 1 i ilar
lar ta tathem r bagwe Isall we ba hire e J Of I
them in all lead leading Id leadiag i
inc shades of lea lather leathfr J
thrr ornamented ornamentedr
s or r r plain franc francsilk milk framesaitk
silk ilk or leather leatherined
I lined Prices range I Ifrom T 1 T
from ito 40 to toAiusic 18SOC toMusic
Music Mu k Rolls Rollsfesi RoIs3rl1M
fesi fesifeySJ
feySJ iJi S SMusic ZP ZPtirade
Music 3rl1M Rolls All JJ makes of lathers leatbeis
down w In many to different shade yi5O SO 7 7 15 15LADYS J JPOCKETB30KS 5 CC C CLADYS
Were re Mamitec Mamitecturrn
reat =
turrn tu of Leather Leatherrocketbooas
POCKETB30KS Pnktttxroks MCa Ca Carl Car Carn
n twice fix M ar
i r rl rtmeet IMDt that thatItnd I
Itnd sayrture here herepI
t L l pI else Y You V will ad adhere dadn
n here eula eaclrs
s L lire in
t ill illPodIelboaU
Pocketbooks Pock Pockethooka oeketbookll FocAtethooha I
ethooka of alligaten a atw aDip
tw Ik s v iiKrocio M IUCO rococo r art aonrati aonratigrain Hon Hongrain Yftf Yftfgnift
grain and calf cal leather Sterling silver silversolid silvertold bee
solid silver II ftr and gIft metal 1 e cor corner eorto r rnere ¬ I
nere ner la very attractive iValcnir 50C C 0C AC
3M tap to 3U
1 TOPiiAM51219 TOPUAIlS e a a e 1219 P Street
Windeck Also AlsoWishes Wishes Disso Dissolution Dissolut Dissolution ¬
lution lut ion of Partnershipoettied Partnership PartnershipCktttbeM Partnersh ip ipGttttHIII
CktttbeM A A WlMfeek leas astftloned pdtioaedidle astftlonedthe t ttile
the Supreme Ossnt of the District to Is Issue laRe istwe ¬
sue a decree dlssotvlng Ute partnership partnershiprxtatteg
rxtatteg ex isting between himself ana and Warmanatthews Herman 11 N NMatthews NXau
Matthews Xau M atthews In the tI conduct duct and manage management 8laugft manageest ¬
n ment est t of the 8t HI Louts Lw Hoisl at 197 809 1109clad 809sad 809McI
sad 111 < U Fourteenth Street nsrthwaatBe JNIIt weetHe nsrthwaat aortbweetHe
He also ads that the defendant del be en enJoined enJellIed enined
jo Joined ined from asking an asslgi assi aot > oat t of e theases the theleases theOae
leases te ases on the prtltnis prsmiuss that he be com compelled compellecl compelled ¬
pelled to render an accounting ttac to Mr MrWtBdeck MrWbadeet MrWirdeck
v WtBdeck and that a recetvsr ba appoint apsointrd aPllOtntto appointed
r rd to brake take charge of and msnage thesiness the thebusiness theIat
business bu B siness Iat under Instruction of flee court courtMr eourtMr courtMr
Mr Wlndeck says 78 he was Induced to toenter tonter toter
p enter ca ter tat into partnership with Mr rit Mat Matthaws latI Mathaws
I u thaws t haws In star it Jut on asosunt t of repre representations repreta ¬
sentations ta oaa made br the hitter that he bewound h hwould
II would give certain vista ftnaneinl assistance ce ineondretina In laconducting InCODduettq
conducting the business Mr Wiadet Wiadetys WlndeoK WlndeoKsays W1ad C CIIA78 tcya
says sa ys that Mr Matthews failed to carry artyend carryout carryout
out his hi obligation and Instead of lea lessening leaq leatting ¬
sening ne tting q bas Increased the Indebtedness 1adebtedD to toJohn toJthD
J John Jo < hn Myers a creditor from 16006 S 100 00 to toIt
f 4 200 200It 0 0It
It Is also said that Mr Matthews in ahighbanded a ahighhanded a1alaaDdeci
highhanded h 1alaaDdeci manner rsnnfflI r Mrs Win Windock Wlndeck Windeck
d deck from her JIfOIII posltie IHI as managsr 1I8CK a efthe efthelIotel ef tha thahotel tbehotel
h hotel and threntensd to eject her from fromthe fromthe fromthe
tl the premises Oeorge H Lamer is coon cooneel counsel eounHI ¬
eel for the UteTO aa complainant complainantTO plailmnt plailmntTO
J H Bhstton ItOD has been given d1 a the con contract C011traet contract ¬
t tract to remove JeIDft the old Fifth precinct pleeID precinctolice t tpollee
j poKes p olice station corner of o < Fifth Street and andSouth andIotrtla
r South Carolina Avenue Ana southeast He Hewin HewlU Heill
win w < ill do the work for II 6sr The I1Wi rqmoval rqmovalwill = oval ovalwlU
will w wc ill be ordered ordereellaamecUatei7 immediately to allow aUow the theeoaunenogment theeGIDae1IcIDeDt
eoaunenogment c > of work on the new sta ¬
tion which is designed to he one of theandsomest the the1DMt
handsomest h 1DMt in the country ceuatryNOT COU 8 try tryNOT
Catarrh is Found EverywhereCatarrh Everywhere EverywhereCatarrh EverywhereCataula
Catarrh to at came home anywhere aDTW and andeverywhere antieverywltere
everywhere While more common in inosM incold
cold changeable climates It t is by nc ncmeans DCeeDIaecI ticmeans
means esanned to them It but t Is preva
lent ia every el7 Stats and Territory In the
Union UnionThe UalosThe
The common eo dsnnJUoa of of catarrh Is a achronic
chronic c cn cold in I UM bead d which wWeltlr if t long
neglected n often destroys the sense of ofsmell r rDel
smell and hearing but tSerewre Jier e stony atonyother stonyetIrer
other forms of the disease even more moreobstinate
obstinate o tlaate and dangerous dangerousCatarrh daqerOUIICatarrh dangerousCatarrh
Catarrh of the throat and bronchial broachlatubes bronchialubes
tubes t as well as catarrh of the stomach stomachand sWachalld ch chnd
and a nd liver are a aJ = = st xi t as common a as nasal usalcatarrh
catarrh and generally 111 more difficult to tocure tocure toCatarrh
cure cureCatarrh
Catarrh is undoubtedly a blood dis disease dl dlease ¬
ease and can only be successfully eradi eradicated eradlcaWd eradiaced ¬
aced by an Internal treatment Sprays Sprayswashes S Sprayswashes ras raswaaIaea
washes and powders are useless aa a far fara faras
a as reaching the real seat of the dteeaso dteeasoto dl easoitJ i
to concerned concernedDr 00JaCerDedDr
Dr Melverney XeJTerae advi adHsn tarrh suffer sutTrrere sufferers > t t8lII ¬
ers to use a new preparation sold fry t
druggists dnraI called Stuarts Stuart Catarrh Tab Tablots TabIete Tabets
lots Iete l ets because beea actual analysis has shown shownthese bontbe8e
these tablets to contain certain anti antiseptic ut utMptJe salteptic ¬
septic s qualities qualitieset Ut8 af the highest value valu an anI anIMIas an3being 1 1being
being aa a internal remedy pleasant to totbe It Itthe tothe
the taste convenient and harmless h harmless rm carl caabe carltIMd canbe
be used AS freely freel as required as well ell forchildren for forchildren torcldlclreD
children sa for adults adultsAn adultaAD
An attorney and public publl speaker who whobad whohad ho hoaad
bad been a catarrh sufferer u < erer for year yearsays yearssay
says say 78 78uXTery
saysSvery very taU I would leI catch a cold which whichwould whichwCNIId whichworld
would settle in I my head and throat and andbang an1Iaaag andhang
bang en all winter long and every winter win winter wint ¬
ter It t seemed to get a little HUI worse I Iwas IWIllI
was continually clearing cJRrtn < my throat tbroat anl an anlr 3 3my
my r voice became affected a < ected to such an ex extent exteat ex exteat
teat as to Interfere with my public publicspeak publicepeakbac publickbg
speak epeakbac epeakbactrted kbg lag lagI
I Ietred tried trochee and cheap cough cures curfSaneilODaeU
and aneilODaeU sometimes got relief but only for a ashort aabort
abort time until this wsac when I Ilearneel
learned of the new catarrh catan sure set Stuart ItUArtS ItUArtSCtarrh 9ttrercsCatarrh s sCatarrh
Catarrh Tablets Table through tJar a newspaper newspaperadvertisement HW8papt1aclYertlseDaeDL
advertisement Two Beceat boxes which wbl < h hI
I bought at my m druggists 5 cleared my myhead myhead
head ad throat In tae shape aDd to t tpard
guard against a return tours of my old trou trouble trouIe troufile
file Ie I keep a box of the tattles on ban hand han1ABel I Iand
and whenever wh I catch a little cold I take takaa
a tablet or two and ward on oC any serious seriousdevelopments MrlousdeYeloplDtIIItL seriousdevelopments
developments developmentsStuarts or orStarts e eStrarls
Starts Catarrh Tablets deserves deserT to tolaead
head tbe list as a household remedy to tocJaetok
check and break up coughs and colds coldsbecause coldsbeeauae
because a unlikemany unlike many other catarrh and anocoup anduonab
cough cures eur these tablets contain no opi opiate
ate ate cocaine or any injurious drug drugOpen drug1IIIIIIJiM
II Open Evenings EveningsUntil EveningsUntil II IIII
Until Xmas XmasFail xmasII Xmasi
II i 9JfFail onf Fail to 1 10tR See SeeOm SOHI II IIont
t +
in roanv many man different styles 1t8 sad fir de design ¬
II sign and with the ha IIet pst psttated pMtilted 11
tilted adjust a4j1llhlleaW a4j1llhlleaWThi inenU
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a 0 0Tats
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Tats hsieee Morris Chair Chaircnnplete hair i icomplete
complete letIt with tewrn reversiMe liana fancy fancyTektor fancywlotw I Iftlow
Tektor cianuons solid oak oakt oakInme I
Inme wen t wd S450 S450Oash 450Cash 50
Cash or Credit CreditI CreditComplete i
JIll I Complete Home Pnraiahen PnraiahenHouse hmi bers i iI iI i7th I II
III House Herrmann Herrmann7th I 11 11th
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