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THE T1 1a WASH1WION V j ASitlltxl01IrI ol TIMES rI 1 IL + S WEDNESDAY WED ESDA Y DECEMBER 14 190 3 t
I THE BLACK ARROW f fSPED 1 1l 1I 1I l I I
SPED INTO NIGHT NIGHTThfUSR NIQHT1 NIQHT1Thnllfiild s
Thousands ThfUSR 1d8 Watch V atclt Eiisyi EiisyiMoney Ensy EnsyMoneJ Ids3Money r
Money Ascend Scend iii iii Air AirUP AirUP AsirUP
UP IN INA A BALLOON IP IT > WENT WENTSailed WENTSailed lENT lENTSaied
Sailed 1uth 15euthoam Seuthwu TwinkUmg like a aar aat atAr
tAr ar at Uattl tn Iet doDi in inV inDllbl
V Dlitunee DlituneeVaried Dllbl Di > itnce itncei ce ceame
Varied i ame < < eminent from fewe rea a great crowd ctowdthat crowdthat cawtdthal
that embraced every evf > 17 shade do aa8 cites o ott of ofiishinston otItshin
tt iishinston Itshin Qn life mixed mix and d tnjded ed in infront Infront Infront
front of The Th Times Tlmt buikUac buldht teat ntvht ntvhtHiy qhtnl nigbtIh
Hiy nl tare ere < re called forth by b the swift swiftsouring swifturing wlft wlftourh
souring ourh uring of the Black aek Arrow that th t was wasifut wasoful waseut
ifut eut uo UJ intu the air airIt atrIt airIt
It wan a great eat and goof ood humored humoredcrowd humoredcJVwd humoredcrowd
crowd that gathered to watch the Black BlackArrows Baacklrow Blacklrow
Arrows lrow lrow flight The OhM olu that was given givenin
in th the great reut detect detective v story lito The Black BlackArrow Blackrrow Blackrrow
Arrow rrow in last Sunday Times Indi Indiiuted Indln lndisited
n iuted sited ted merely mtrel that th tl tbe > e envelope would wouldsent wouldIileQt wouldI
I sent up into the air There was waano wasIgo
no indication tncltca tlon of the manner In which whichthis whicht
this t his was to be effected and eeculatlonwas speculation speculationwas eculatlon eculatlonas
+ was as rife th >
Over a Thousand ThousandThe ThOUSGndThe ThousandThe
The crowd largely bt e exceeded a thousand thousandm
m number > r and as I oclock the ap appointed apJointed aplotnted ¬
v
pointed hour wur approached aJiA began to tonanlfft tomanltf5t tomanifest
manifest some signs of Impatience ImpatiencenxUty Innpat1enee1F
1F 1 nxUty n xltt itty Y and Ii nll excitement t > The neighbor neighborhood neI neighborhood bor borhood
hood of Tenth apd a D Streets was wasirong was1rnnged
1 1rnnged irong roneul d on a t smaller ualeor scale the scenes scenesof s scenesof nes nesuf
of election night n < < bt were Wef repeated repeatedIlf repeated1U
Ilf gamble iU1Ible theyll send the th thing up upon upon upon
on a rocket JO < ket said a horsey holft pert personl in ini lita 1na
a i checked suit We e ought to he able nbksto ableto ableto
to lift the dough somewhere on the theAvenue then theAvenue
Avenue AvenueA n U UA
A sweet WH > t young ou thing In brown fnra fnralaid tulllJaid furslaid
laid an impulsive fluttering hand on railthe onthe Ofttl1
the tl1 arm of her escort escortWouldnt eaIOOrtWouldnt escortWouldnt
Wouldnt it be nice dear If we couldnid could eouldHad couldnid
nid it sh shy > whispered whaspe There would wouldIK ould euIdbt ouldI
IK I something pretty prett ror the home we weare weat wea
a are at e to make makeChuck nUlk4Cbuck makeChiwk >
Chuck it Interposed intp lnt rpoaed a cynical C71 eaI old oldman oNmn oldnan
man of the pare pased aged ten stow tow dataway dat datuway dataway
away see Yer cant gfttto Blade Arror Arrortit ArIerin Arrsrht
in tit anv doubleharness May 1 Iarl If Its s a 11ame eat iooaume eatgame
game aumeThe gamerite ame ame1h
The 1h 1IWH sweet weet > t young1 yowl thing Mujnert her hertsvort herSOrt hersort
SOrt sort scowled the old man of the tbea part ievegrinned partgrinned
a grinned rtnned
Shot Into the Airy AfcjBut AIr AIri AIrHut Airya i
But u t last expectations merged Into Intoreality intoreaUty to tol
a
reality l ality As the clock indicated the thehour tilehour thehour
hour what II seemed a a radiant cloud Shot Shotup IIbotup Slbetup
up from The Times Tl m3 Building Buildingit Bulldl Bulldl1t Bulldln4It
it was a beUgoIt balloon balloonIt
It 1 t bore bol the Bln Bhtek ek k Arrow ArrowShes Arro ArroShes ArrowShes
Shes off sfJd Jcl the crowd crowdThe crowdThe crowdThe
The balloon ascended high in the airI air airhaving Ir IrI
I having aging t Ine a fiery trail in its wake Urged Urgedy Urgedby
by h > y a i Imllt hasatag > a sing nK current of air it ittartel ittartelhiP started startedduo atartedenv
duo south but ever over the broad avenue avenueuvtr avenuen veaue veauenr
uvtr n nr rr the th thousand upturned upturr d faces ta it ittmng it11lnl ittiling
tiling 11lnl for n moment suspended suspendedThe suspendedThe upendedfhe
The prevailing1 prcaUl air currents had 4 the theballoon tileballoon theballoon
balloon in their grasp ra p and nd describing describinggi d dJ1 a anlle
gi rule curve it struck out for toe south soutbThe southThe uUt uUtt uUtThe
t
The lights tab still burned brilliantly the thebiasing tM11uslna theblazing
biasing tail tai still followed toU OW as a far as Oft Oftye tateMae
Mae ye It > could reach the t e hailoon waa w stttf stttfit at atIt still stillIt E
it seemed Bfelnda a radiant star tar ir against the theoigni t theAlght e efghl
oigni Alght1a oigniAs fghl fghlAa
As the wind bore ore the lh prise away the thecrowd t trowd thecrowd
crowd melted There was a rush down downthe dowelthe cnna cnnaI
the I he Aveuurwhre Aveiiiu AtIIUlh whtre re there had been hun hundreds bundiets 11ft 11ftdred ¬
diets dred a few moments motQel tK before tewe only an anoccasional anlTa8icmal anueeasibrtal
occasional straggler remained remalnedChasing remainedChasing re1ll1aeclC1ultI
Chasing a Star StarThe StarThe StarThe
The many had hadlfOl1 gone in pursuit of the theBlack t tBlack theBlack
Black Arrow ArrowThey ArrowThey ArrowThey
They ran pushed shoved struggled struggledand gsttuggtadand ed edand
+ and disappeared dl apptared down the Avenue AvenueOn AvenueOn AvenueOn
On the east portico of the Capitol Cupttoluther an another another ¬
other throng was gathered gatht > rtd It hart been beenobserved bee beeL beenthservel
observed L crvtd that the prevailing winds wt were weretoward weretoward weretoward
toward the east and those who thronged throngedihv throaae4thl throngedthe
the Capitol steps were hopeful the gold gddvii goldto
vii 11 shower would tall in their laps lapsIt t tIt lap lapIt
It dki not tontupfe t Far to the west westo w woMbo westoNhe
o oMbo lhe dome the Awy 8tIf balloon sailed Mil Miltcwnt on onKward ont4ward
Kward the tb ftoutbtttst Some Someol SomeolaCpr of tttt ttttttf theager
ttf aCpr > r and impetuous sought ulht to follow followthe followthe followahu
the majority maJ dty of the crowd rammed ft fthands tu tuhiiDda Itshands
hands into Int its pockets and stalked away awayhome awayhomt awayhome
home homeFilially homeI
I Filially 1 il itally lly Ou III sick i of light vanished YaIIi ed into Intot intotne
tne t ue ditttame di tanle aome somewhere where apparently apparentlyalong a UPaftDtJrltluU ntly ntlylung
along ltluU f lung the line of th the river and a cI on onMaryland U Uhirland the
Maryland fMaryland rhurc rhurcStraining < horc horcdt
dt Straining raining ry fe1J < at tad followed toU wed to the tneand theiJlld bast bastand
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i r t FATHERIGNATIDS FATHER IGNATNS I
THE FAMOUS PROTESTANT MONK DSOMGHea MONKHat MONKHal
Hat Batabliahad a Monastery at Llanthony Llanthonya u Wales Where Miracles Are AreSaid AreSaid AreSaid
Said to Have Been Performed PerformedDeclares PerformedFather PerformedFather
Father Ignatius Claims ClaimsHe ClaimsHe
He Twice Raised deadDeclares Dead DeadDeclares
Declares He Helj Has p Done Done Miracles MiraclesSpe MiraclesSpecifies MiraclesSpecifiesInstancesVictim Specific SpecificInstances tifies tifiesIn5tances
Instances InstancesVictim Victim of Typhoid and Man ManCrushed ManCrushed
Crushed Crush d Beneath Stone Brought Broughtto to Life
I
LONDON LO N Dee ItFather Ignatiusthe Ignatius Ignatiusthe Iautlusthe
the famous Anglican monk of LJan LJanthony LlanthODY Ilantbony
thony reiterates his arm conviction that thaithe thattke thatthe
the days da day of miracles aIIae are not yet et past pastand paatand pastand
and that be himself had been the agent agentof apntof agentof
of God in their performance even to the theraisin Uteraala theraising
raising raisin < < of the thedead thedeadTJdI dead deadThto dsa L LThl
Thto statement recently published is iseontftiaed Sae Iscontained
contained e ataIIIM In his life from the pen e eaareta of ofBaroness 0 0tbe
aareta Baroness Berg Bertooeh alb and has occasioned occasionedthe
the widest conment and lnpisealettContinuing awssenWriC awssenWriCi 1 1ttftuJnS
i Continuing ttftuJnS his hi avowal of the oU faith faIUI faithwhereoy
1 whereuy I all things tbln are Are DOSftfbie b with wlt God Qodtoday Godtoday I ItJday
today as they were in the th past evett tirf tirfthe 14the t tlh
the lh heeling of the sick and nd the raising raisingof n ralamgof smsi smsiof
of the dead Father Fat Ignatius recounts recountsin recountin
in an n interview various varlou occasions O 18 upon uponwhich uponwhJcb uponwhich
which he had performed what he called calledmiracles calledmine calledmiracles
mine miracles One notable t otabk ble occasion was aa in inthe inthe inthe
the year MB when he and a fellow fellowworker feUowwker fellowworker
worker wker named Redman 1tec IIan were awakened awakenedone aw awDe awaketAesl awaketAeslone
one De might bt by b a woman woo earnestlybesouIht earnestly earnestlybesought euubaou
besought baou bt Patner Ignatius that he would wouldcome wouldCOIDe wouldcone
come out and save her daughter who whowas whowas 0 0c1ytJaa
was dying of typhoid typhoidFelt tnOldPelt typhoidFelt
Felt Cwunund sf f Gael GtASuddenly CWo1Jud4enl GaelSuddenly
Suddenly 1Jud4enl Suddenly said w Father Ignatius I Ifelt 1felt Ifelt
felt the command r llUftaDcl of our Lord upon me meand seand meand
and I rose Me up upAll upAU upAll
All I said to my frWCwM a Po > brig brigyear brtogyour blbW blbWOUI < <
your OUI relic with you 00 He ft a had a won wonderful woaclertul wondertul ¬
derful beautiful bPa udttll relic a piece of the theWood tbetreed thelsood
Wood of f the true eross We bad a long longwalk loa loawalk longwalk
walk and a went as fast t as we could couldWhen eouldWJMm couldWhen
When we reached the house the tJaewu girl girlwas girlwas
was dead One had been dead two hours hoursand Jao JaoIUl4 hoursand
and the body was already alre r composed for forburial ferburial forburial
burial Upon an involuntary Impulse Impulsehowever impaiRbowenr impulsehowever
however which I felt to be Inspired llU1 iJ I Itook Itook Ilook
took the relic of the cross CIOM from my myfriend mytrhftd myfriend
friend and laid it upon the dead girlsbreast girls girlsbreast irl irlbreut
breast Then rbe in the words of the apoa apoatottc apoetoile apostolic
toile command I cried In th the nam namof name JUUDeof nameof
of Jesus J Christ 1 say unto thee arise ariseSlowly ariseSlowlY ariseowly
Slowly owly and nd stiffly WII tl y the corpse e IPR arose in inbed 10I Inbed
bed I and Redman turning turn to me criedWhat cried criedWhat erte4Wt
What have you ou donef donefI done doneI
I have don done nothing ao I replied butthe but butthe butthe
the Lord hath done great eat things In Indeed laClfnMl Intked ¬
deed
Cured of Idiocy WtoeyAfter IdiocyAlter IdiocyAfter
After ut this Father Ixnatius harked harkedback bartrfdhack barkedhack
hack to die ant time when the word of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Lord came cameupcm upon him This was at atT1rI1
= T1rI1
Plymouth where a mother declined to toallow toallow toallow
I allow her children to be baptised baptl rt Father FatherIgnatius Batherlanattua FatherIgnatius
Ignatius told her the curse of God would wouldfll wouklodl wouldull
fll odl upon her and within an n uour our the thecurse thecurse thecurse
curse fell fellSuddenly fellSuddeely I IalY
Suddenly alY without warning the thewomans theI theW thewottasns I
womans W fourteenyearold daughter dater was wasstricken wasstrick wasstricken
stricken strick with It Idiocy idiot and her whole body bodybroke bod bode bodybroke
broke e out from bd to foot with the themost the1oatUolM themost
most loathsome 1oatUolMocton sores soresDoctors soresDoctors
Doctors octon were entirely eotlrel at a loss l to diag diagnose clt cltnOM diagnose ¬
nose J nature t > > re of the sefautre laure but it itcame itcamE Itcame
came home lMIDeto to the mother that through throughher throupher throughher
her sin the retrtbntory hand of pod had hadtouched ha4toubed hadtouched
touched her children childrenTJier lIdJ childrenThen ren ren1Ier
Then 1Ier said Father Ignatius Itt hI I heard hearda bfanivolee
a voice saying to me with greater and andgreater aBCIJIftter andcater
greater Insistency 1 q to go to this child C lk1 In toMy InI InMy
My I name nameI
I hurriedly obeyed the divine Yine com command COIDad command ¬
mand ad and went by the bedside of the theick lhejckPl thesick
sick jckPl ick girl I commended her to the care careof careof careof
of the Divine I > IYItIe Physician Pb dan The answer to tothis totbt tothis
this tbt prayer came almost all 08t hi t a mament mamentthe mem etsmentthe mt mttbe
the answer of an overwhelming overwhelming mercy mercyUie Btercydie mercythe
die miracle of a complete lftplete cure cureUsed cureI
I Used Lourdes Water WaterAnother WaterAnoth WaterAnother
Another Anoth incident among many man others othersof othersof othersof
of which Father Fathertlgnmuua tlgnmuua Ignatius UU l spoke Is per ptrhaps perhsjw
haps 1 the most 08t remarkable relnalbWe of all It oic occurred oiccurred 0ccurred
curred when Ltanthony Lta thon abbey WM In Incourse Incou Incourse
course cou of building buildingI i
hI I was with the brothers in the garden gardenat < < l4rden l4rdent
at t recreation or explained Father IcnaUus Ignatius Igna Ignatius ¬
tius when news was brought to me 01 01I 01a ofa
I a terrible accident A portion of the thetruetuft thestructure
I structure was la hand which necaasiut necaasiuted
ed the hauling up by pulleys of huge hugemasses huaemusetI hugemasses
masses of stones It wasii was rt dangerous dangerousbusiness dqeroubuslneu dangerousbusiness
business and every care was taken but butin buttn butIn
in spite of this tb there arose a dreadful dreadfulthing ctreadtultbl dreadfulthl
thing thingFor tbl tblFor
For r some reason rea on greet blocks of ofmasonry ormaaonry ofmasonry
masonry whit which h were being bH hoisted up upsuddenly
suddenly auddeal shifted and fell crushing to todeath todeath todeath
death a man who was working the pul pulleys putIeYL pulley ¬
ley leys
Again Raised the Deed DeedWhen DeedWbep DeadWhey
When the brothers came running Jdaw up upto upto upto
to me np and ad told me wbat had happened I Isaid 1ald isaid
said Whit a minute mute Then I ran ranbani ss sshard ashard
hard as 1 1eouM could to my cell and fetched fetcheda retch l la
a little flask na a I had of Lourd Lourdea K water waterWhen waterWhen waterWhen
When I reached ruched the spot pol where they th
11
A Hess tlessNew HessNew
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New Tb I Shoes Shoesess Shoesf
ess Priced PricedShoe Q QBENCH
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Shoe From FromENCH
BENCH ENCH MADE SHOES SHOESAt SHOESAt
At 350 35Ocan
No other sho shoes s
cn equal the ele elence
4 to 8
gance nce and style styleF styleof
of Hess Shoes and l
F Five ve All sIzes sIzesI sizesoriginal
none so naturally
on original na nal I an anstylish and d and all allstylish II
stylish lasts meet the tl require tisIdths idths in all allin allnew
in in all the meats of gentle gentlen new styles stylesbest
best shiny slimyleathers n men for winter winterleathers
leathers wear wearNo
No N o HESS 9 9o SONS SONSIt PfJE PAAVE
1t 1tiQIif
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ok
laid the man who was wa nothing no Using but butn butbrul
n brute bruised ed pulp the brothers were stand s18nding standing ¬
ing around looking sadly ay on the dead deadThere deadThere deadThere
There could be no doubt he was wasdead w wdead
dead Think what hat would happen to your yourhand yourhand OUr OUrhand
hand If n brick fell on It t and then how howyour howrour howyour
your body would feel if you OU bad horncrushed been beeni bHnIrushed
rushed i by the > weight of masonry that thatfell thateU thatfell
fell eU upon that man manBut manBut manBut
But then it was no time for thinking thlnkfu thlnkfuCor
for I felt the Divine command upon me meI meI meI
I sprinkled the poor mangled corpse C01p e and andIn andIn andIn
In the name of the Lord commanded oommandea itto It Itto Itto
to arise I Immediately y it din so Nay Naymore Nl Nlmore ay aymore
more the man without a word of any sjiykind atl atlkInd anykind
kind walked home to his lodgings lo ing with Tvlthout wlthout without
out BO much as a mark upon him himThrough hJI1Through himThrough
Through Spirit of or God GodBe GodBe GodBe
Be it understood said Father Igna Ignatius Ignatius Ignatius ¬
tius in an Interview nt ivlew that I do not claim claimin oJalm oJalmin ela m min
in any way ay to have Ita vo performed miraclesot mlra miracles miraclesof es esof
of myself my myself er All I say is that th t several severaltimes Hveraltlm severaltimes
times tlm in my life the spirit of God has hastaken bastaken hastaken
taken possession of my whole being and andordered andordered andordored
ordered me me to heal the sick and ralsethe ralsethedead raise the thedead I
dead in the name of our Lord Jesus JesusTo J JesusTo u I IuTo
uTo To me there Is nothing n lhluG wonderful inthis in inthis Inthis
this The apostles apoetl worked miracles not notbecause notbecau notbecause
because becau e they themselves had the power powerbut ppwerbut powerbut
but because beeau e the power was Wit given and andweak and andthe antithe
the power Is given QftenUrnes u t6 the Uleweak theea
weak w ea and to the foolish and wisdom wisdomcometh wiiidomcometh
cometh out o osueklhrgs of the t 1e > mouths mouths of babes and andsucklings andsuCklingB
sucklings sucklingsIf
If I have not spoken neken of those things thingsbefore thingbefore thingsbefore
before It is because I have been under underpromise nnderpromise underpromise
promise of silence Long ago 10 when Ifirst I Ifirst IHrst
first realised reaU ed that our Lord condescend condescended ¬
ed 11 to use me for works beyond gonoral generalexperience gonoralIerlencf gonoralexperience
experience Ierlencf Dr Pusey who was my spir spiritual spiritual plr plrtunl ¬
itual father was reatly troubled and andasked Kndasked andasked
asked me to keep silence for my m own ownspirits ownsplrll ownspirits
splrll spirits sake because becau e he thought t1tou ht that UtatthE thatthe thatthe
the knowledge of the power given memight me memight memight
might cause cau me to be proud proudPromised proudPromised proudPromised
Promised Silence Silencelie Si1enceIIf SilenceIIe
lie was my master Dtastermy my father conlessorand con confossor con conslorantl
fossor slorantl ami I loved him and so 101 I prom promised promIs promIsed ¬
ised Is < 1 him but now I feel we have fallen fallenupon t1I8ftupon fallenupon
upon such uchclays days of doubt and nd evil vII that it itla ItIs ItIs
Is my duty to give my mywiheas wltn witness and testi testimony teaUmonv testimony ¬
mony to thee th things thingsIndependent thingsIndependent I IJndepend
Independent Jndepend nt investigation is I Wins Winsmade hringmade lng lngmade
made regarding re ardlnK these claims
I I p Penns m1 y rlvania rlvaniaAvenue 1i 1ii
i I A Avenue < ll <
Chicago City Council CouncilInvestigating CouncilMay CouncilMay
May Expel Alderman AldermanInvestigating AldermanInvestigating
Investigating Committee Will Report on onDQings onDoings ohDoings
Doings of Hubert W Butlerand Butler and Colleagues Colleagues Col Colleagues ¬
leagues Will Pass Upon H Hi His Guilt
CHICAOQ CHI A App Q Dee H1M th the most spec spectsealar spectaetdar pee peetaenlar
tsealar session Ae fJrOft the Ul city council ever everheld eyerheld everheld
held Alderman Hubert W V Butler threw threwhimself tltrewhImIt threwhimself
himself on the mercy mere of his colleagues colleaguesMonday cOllcagu cOllcaguMonday colleagueMonday
Monday night and after ttWr an apology aJtOlogyor aJtOlogyorthe for torthe forthe
the Imputations he had cast broadside broadsideat
at them a week ago retracted charges chargesreflecting ebargesre chargesreflecting
reflecting re ectlng on the integrity inle < < rlty of the men menwho menwho menwho
who voted fr ff r the Ravenswopd Ram8Wood exten extension extennon extenmon ¬
non ordinanceButlers ordinance ordinanceButlers oriUnaneeButlers
Butlers excuses ecu e were not accented ec pted ptedadequate as asadequate asadequate
adequate atonement and after the Mc McCormick McCormick MoCormick
Cormick investigating committee had re reported reported reported ¬
ported that the accused had failed to toproduce toproduce toproduce
produce an iota of evidence the paunch poellset paunchset cottncltset
set Saturday afternoon as a time tlm for forplacing torpldn forplacing
placing the alderman on trial for his hisseat hisaeat hisseat
seat seatSweeping aeatSweepla seatSweeping
Sweeping as s the findings of the commit committee committee committee
tee wag wing It was narrow and constricted consteletedoompared constrictedcompared coatrlel coatrleloflmpared
compared with the statements of the tb abc abcmen sixmen rx rxmon
men who Wll witshave have spent a week in Inprolttnl InprolttnlInlo probing pretahiginto probinginto
into the t e thfatery 1 I i1tery of the charge Infor Information Information Informatlon ¬
mation mation that t11 t as yet et Is bottled up in the thenotes thenotea thenote
notes of the stenographer stenoCTllPMrwlto who took the thetestimony thetetftlmony thetestimony
testimony during the Ut the hearing gate the thesix thesix thesix
six an insight into the scandal that they theycould the thecuuld theycould
could not impart to their colleagues colleagueswithout coUefLgueWltJ10Ut colleagueswithout
without WltJ10Ut breaking the vows of secrecy seerecythey HCrecythey secrecythey
they had made to Butler ButlerEach ButlerEch Butlereach
Each of the sit al spoke during thedls the die is
cusakms sus loos and each imparted Jmputedto a stzineaam stzineaamto ster sterto
to hIt language that convinced oonvlnoedfellows tkslr tkslrfellows tbffellow
fellows that the Butler optoede ep aod when wfcensifted w1Jenmeted whensifted
sifted further would make it more ugly uglyand uyand uglyand
and repulsive than ever This was wag in ¬
dicated In the th vote of to to Jl with which
SSr tb they y voted otcd to bring Butler before them
Saturday to deckle whether he should
be oe thrown out of his W Hat
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THE VIOLINIST YSME YSMEGIVES YSAYEGIVES YSAY E EGIVES
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Ysaye distinguished vioHntst WIll 1 give gtvea
a recital this afternoon at 430 oclock oclockin oclockI oclockIn
in I the Columbia Theater TheaterTho TheaterTho TheaterThe
Tho concert concert was arranged for last lastWednesday lastYednesday
Wednesday but was postponed until to today tnda today ¬
day da because becau e of a previous engagement engagementfor engagementfor
for Wednesday V d ay night In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThog PitHadelpblaTIlDede PhiladelphiaThoswho
Thog TIlDede Thoswho Who have hv not heard the great greatartist greatrtl greatartlet
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Ysnye Y ye has ha been declared by many the thegreatest tbegreatest thegreatest
greatest greatest living violinist vloUl1 It His FTJ recital to today today today ¬
day will be a notable musical event eventHo eventHo eventlie
Ho will 111 be assisted by Fntn Francis Rogers Rogersbaritone Roprsbaritone Rogersbaritone
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JOSEF HOFIANN PLEASES PLEASESHa PLEASESWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON AUDIENCE AUDIENCEHal
Ha Hal us Greatly Improved Since First Fir t ApPtoaranae Ap AppoaraiHje ApPya18nt
Ptoaranae poaraiHje Pya18nt as Infant InfetPleiful InfetPleifulIf Prodigy ProdigyNow PrwtigyWtw
Now If an Artlat ArtlatI ArtJttJOHt ArtLEJosef
I Josef Hofmann H tnn returned to Wuhifigton WuhifigtonI t asltfnston asltfnstonyesterday
I yesterday y y afternoon and ut the Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia These Theater er gave an n iuno tu aJo o recital recitalwhich recitalwJ recitalh
which wJ ch h must be classed among amon amongy amongdis iJvrdia iJvrdiatinctly i dbJ dbJtfncUy disnctly
tinctly nctly y notable events of many Mason MasonEverybody seasons seasonsEverybody n nlCYerybocIy
Everybody remain relD remembttrs lftbt1r b rn when Hofmann Botndannwar Hofmannwae JlotJRannW1M
war an a tfSfant ant prodigy and one of the thegreatest thet theteat
greatest teat t sources t urce of satisfaction to his hisadmirers hisa4JD1ren hisadmirers
admirers here and Hsewlere Is that his hisambition hisalDblUon hisambition
ambition led him farther fartherthat that he has hasI hasnotbeeo hasnot
I not notbeeo been content to go th the way of many manyother JJWUlYI peonyother
other lIb youthful o thful MArvels marvelHofmann MArvelsHofmann marvelsHofmann
Hofmann ban worked hard during all allI allthe allthe
I I the intervenintc Int rYfnin year and as a result resultI ruultof resultof
I of his earnestness lie is t oday regarded regardedm
as m one of the iurernott iorem t pianists of the thege thease theage
age ge
I geThat That he ht > has matured matllr materially mntertaJI in his hiswas hisIt hisa
a It was manifest yesterday from his hisnmg hlBojlnlnc hiso
ojlnlnc o nmg ing number num r and through the entire entireQgram entireprogram tire tireprQlJ1am
program Qgram which it must be said kl com comned combined combined
bined ned compositions com osition4 a to test the tb versa versatility versatUity versatility ¬
tility of any any pianist pianistIn pianistIn piaaestIn
In point of brilliancy of Interpretation InterpretationHofmann IntetpretatlonHotJDann interpretationHofmann
Hofmann excels many maD of the noted notedpianists notedplaa notedpianists
pianists plaa lts of o the day Hl His touch is I deli dellcafe delicate deUcate ¬
cate clear firm and even and In such suchworks suchWork suchworks
works Work as a the Paatvrale Pa t l8le and Caprleo of ofScarlatti orcarlattl ofSearlatt4
Scarlatti the allegro con brio and al allegretto alJesretto allegretto ¬
legretto moderate movements of the theBeethoven theBeetbonm theBeethoven
Beethoven Bonata op 63 3 he was con conaptcuously coniiplcuoua conspkuowly
aptcuously brilliant brilliantFew brilliantFew brilliantFew
Few more delightful de1 rbttul tful readings rea Ungs have haveber AAveheatrd
ber teer heard In Washington Wa bloston than Hot Hofmanns Hormann Hotmsnns
manns mann interpretation of Rubinsteins Rubinsteinsmelody Rubln Aubinsteinsmelody telns telnsmlody
melody in O minor mmorA minorA minorA
A pleasing feature t ture of the program programwas programas programwas
was as tin original composition Durchdie Durch Durchdie Durehdie
die Wolken to which whl h Hofmann ll CmaJUl has hasgiven hasgiven 18 18xlven
given a sweet eet singing g theme and andthoughtful tu1dtbothol andtboegbtfl
thoughtful accompaniment
Store Open Evenings Commencing Thursday December 15th 15thOur I IHave JHave
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such preparations preparationscomfort for holiday shoppers Everything that will contribute towards the pleasure and andcomfort andcomfort
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