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DEMOCRATS HAVE HAVEv HAV r v 4 4ABSOLUTE I IABSOLUTE
ABSOLUTE ABSOLUTE1VIaY CONTROL CONTROL1Vlay
May Propose New Voting VotingAmendment VotingAmendment VotingAmendment
Amendment iif in inMaryIand MarYlandLegislature Maryland MarylandLegislature I
Legislature LegislatureCOUNTIES LegislatureCOUNTIES LegislatureCOUNTIES
COUNTIES OPPOSED OPPOSEDTO OPPOSEDTO OPPOSEDTO
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TO BALTIMORE CITY CITYReassessment CITYReassessment
I
Reassessment tem of Property One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Matters Advocated by byGovernor byGovernor byGovernor
Governor Crothers CrothersAKKAPOUS CrothersAJo CrothersArrAPtL
AKKAPOUS AJo ArrAPtL AP LIs S Md Jan l 1TM The Gen General General General ¬
eral Assembly Aa of Maryland will con convene conI conIene concene ¬
vene ene for its btenmal session on Wcdnesday Wednes Wednesday ¬
WedaesI
day mot BCt with a Ztemocratie majority majorityof jodt jodtof
of over two t to one in both the senate senateend lellateaACl senaterand
end house of delegates dele tes In the senate senatethere senatethere I Ithere
and andbut id idbut t tbut
there will be twentyone Democrats
but sis Republicans while in the house housethere 1MJmIethere housethere
there win be seventy Democrats andthirtyone and andthirtyone aDdthlrtyone
thirtyone Republicans RepublicansRod lLapubileaMlot R pubHcane pubHcaneNot
lot since the palmy da days > s 9 of Gorman Connanand Gormanand
and RaBIn has a Legislature ture been so soabsolutely aoablolutelY soebsotUtedy
absolutely controlled by the Democratic DemocraticStxto emoeraticStat9 iemoctaUCStat9
Stat9 leaders as it appears the Leis Lesislatte Legislature Leis1attl ¬
lature 1attl e of DIe IS1 will be Largely y through throughthe throIIEkthi throuEkthe
the instrumentality of the Wilson W lleon laim law lawin Ja Jam
in the counties In which hkh the negro pop p0pulation populatlon j julatlon
ulatlon is s great eat and through thro6 h the effect effectof eAeetor erectof
of the recenUyf receatl proposed ed franchise franchiseamendment f fJDoeDClu franebieenanendrrent
amendment on the ballot to which the thenegro theD thestegr0
negro D JiTO voters oters largely confined COD Ded their attentioe at attention attention ¬
tention the he Legislature ture has been made maderverwhelnwagly JIHIdeterwiMI maderverwhelmlisgly
rverwhelnwagly terwiMI ly Democratic and Daazeadily earn earnreadily eaatadily
readily muster mu the threefifth vote fltteJa fltteJaboth fct isboth fctboth
both houses which is necessary for the thesubsatemon tbosub
1 sub subsatemon > I OR om of o another suffrage amead ameadInent am ameadment end endment
ment K wished wishedKe wlnbedN I8be4l I8be4lN8
Ke N FrictMB A AJ Ami g MajorityNor Majority MajorityNor XajMityXor
Nor is there any independent indell enlleRt element elecaentef elementof I Icr
ef the Democratic party represented in inthe i ithe 1the
the legislatorselect egi tonelect so far as is known knownVhe JrnownVlle knownWhea
Vlle Vhe It was announced that the choice choiceof cboteecf choiceof
of the leaders bad fallen upon ArthurP ArthurP Arthur ArthurP
P Gorman jr for president of the theFente theunate thesenate
senate unate and Adams Peeples of Cecil Cecilcounty Ce Cecilcounty Il IlCOUDty
county the choice of Governor Orath Orathers Ckothe1S Oroth Orothers
ers for speaker er of the bouse bou4 4 their til was wasprompt wasrompt wasprompt
prompt rompt acquisition and Carvilte Carvil D Ben BenEon BenSOD Beneon
Eon of Baltimore county who w hid al already aIady atTeady ¬
ready ady served ed as speaker promptly pnMRpUylrith pnMRpUylrithdrw with withdrew withdrew ¬
drew his candidacy caadiaacyThat caDdillacyThat candidacyThat
That the presiding preldI officers of the theJiouses the10mes thejsomes
Jiouses have been practically UCly chosen eeam eeam8d4iLDCe in inadvance inadvance
advance and thf thtt t the indorsement of ofIsidor ofIskltK ofIsidor
Isidor Rayner r for reelection as asStates TJntted TJnttedStates CDitedStte5
States Senator has been accomplished accomplishedare
are facts which will eliminate Dte elements eiememt8that j jthat I
that usually prove interesting Intele8ti at the thecpening thecpeniDJ thecpentng
cpening of t the e session R but there will be beno beiso
no lack of interest in the sessions ns as asthe asthe asthe I
the Legislature continues continuesMost continuesost continuesMost
Most ost of the questions which will come comebefore comebefote comebefore
before the Legislature ature this year will willbe winbe witbe
be those which are actually eectfocal ctiolal in inti1ek intheir i itheir
their nature Baltimore and the counl counltf coon cqunties coonties
tf ties s will w l be placed in direct opposition oppositionwhen opposttloAWheD oppeitioawhen
when the matter of larger representation representa representation r re eDta eDtatton ¬
tion for Baltimore city is brought before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the assembly a as It will be early in theEelsioas the thefceegton t1IeBa1titlHKe
fceegton fceegtonBaltimre EelsioasBaltimore
Baltimore Seeks Represeatatie RepreseatatieBaltimore RepceseatatiHBaItIn RepreaeMatienBaltimore
Baltimore > nt with about onehalf 08e l of the thepopulation tilepopulation thepopuladoH
population of the th State f tMes has less than a afourth 1tfourth afourth
fourth of Its total representation r tatJolL Thedemand The Thedemand TIledemaD
demand from Baltimore city is for rep representation repreteDtatloR representation ¬
resentation ta proportion to its Jt popula population popuJat1Oft population ¬
tion To this th demand there fe the thebitter most mostbitter mostbitter
bitter opposition on behalf of the coon counties COItties coonties ¬
ties and there te the prospect of a bit fritter Wtti bittPr ¬
ter ti > r fight fightThe tightThe lightThe
The proposed p amendment of the bal ballot bat baI1ot batot ¬
lot ot law will also have a tendency to pull pullapart pullapart pullapart
apart city and counties TIle present presentvoting pre8eDtotm presentvoting
voting system is unpopular m II the t city cityof cityof cityof
of Baltimore > and from from it there is a astrong aPtroag as
strong s = demand for its atmpUfication atmpUficationGovernor ahRpI catioLGovernor simpitcathoaGovernor
Governor Crotbers State Treasurer TreasurerVandiver TrellRlftrandner TreasurerCandlver
Vandiver andner and other Democratic county counryleaders couaQ1faders countyleaders
leaders have definitely stated their ap approval a1 a1prmra approval ¬
proval of the submission of another anotheramendment anmberrne anothert
t amendment rne dme t for the purpose of lestrtct lestrtctir te trlct trlctirg i i1r
ir irg negro suffrage snftra e The State leaders leadershi leadershaa
hi haa 1 e not the single purpose of accomp accompJsitag accompJ
Jsitag J o iisg ltag tit the practical elimination n of theiegro the thenegro thet
negro t from politics when they propose proposeanother PJOP0geanother proposeanother
another amendment a odAIent for It is cteri e chair that tnatunless thatunless that1JaJea
unless a political revolution is achieved achievedthe achievedthe achievedthe
the Democrats can always elect a Leg Legislature LegSBlature Legislature ¬
islature when a suffrage suft amendment meft4IMelltoc meft4IMelltoccopies occpies oc occupies ¬
copies a place on the ballot ballotThe ballotAt1ter ballotAnother
Another Ame1lM1Meat 0ppMeL OppseLThe I
The negro knowing 1mowl that his right t of ofsuffrage ofl ofsuffrage
l suffrage is at stake tries to vote voteagainst vete1a1It voteagainst
against 1a1It the amendment and does noth nothtlag DOth1mb nothting
ting else and thousands of votes eta are arecast arecast arecast
cast throughout th the State the only effect ef efamend ett8Ct ¬
t8Ct or which hicla Is to oppose the amend amendment aJDelM1ment amendment ¬
ment Thus Th by submitting repeated suf suffrage suffrage 1 1f ¬
frage f e amendments the Democrats hope hopeto IIeItetn honeto
to bold the Legislature ture indefinitelyMuch Indefinitely IndefinitelyKoch Indeftnit T T1I
Koch 1I ch opposition to another anoth r submis submission hU1Sion submission ¬
sion ion has come from Baltimore city eKyH eft eftHfre cityHere
+ H Here Te there tJHo e is a a large Ia lenient of lade independent ladependtnt ladependent ¬
pendent Democrats who would resent resentbitterly resentbitter t tbiUery
bitterly bitter the submission of another anotheramendment anotheraDKment anotheramendment
amendment and it would probably re result no nosu1t result ¬
sult in the defeat of the Democraticcandidates Democratic DemocraticOadxtates DeanocTaUcCJMulates
candidates for mayor and other city of officials o ofidals ofl ¬
ficials l cials at the next election electionThe ttWetiolLThe electionThe
The AntiSaloon League will continue continueJur COIttiDne1ur continueits
its efforts to secure senl a general iJJelaI local localoption localoption localoption
option law for the State 1C It is is under understood UIIderfrtfOd underrtsod ¬
stood hat Adam Pee Peeples plea of fecil fecilcounty eecilcunty eel eelrwnty
county who will 111 be speaker of th the theJlo1J1lV the3lous
3lous 3 louse of Delegates riff favor the theripasurf thel11fasurt thepleasure
pleasure Arthur P Gorman Jr jr who whoTrill whomn WhOirlU
Trill preside e over th the senate opposed opposedft
ft during the last session Ion but there is isa isa isa
a rumor r wior that the Democratic I machine machinefe machinevery
fe very much UCla disgruntled with the sa saloon Ii1QOft sa3oon ¬
loon element which it charges was ar arrayed arrayed arrayed ¬
rayed against ast the suffrage amendment aIIMIRlimentand amesdmostand amendmentand
and there t is a possibility that it will willthe 1n 1nthe
the bill to punish the saloon men
Reassessment Re llt AJI IIIMIe IIIMIee Issuet
A t desperate effort e ort will be made by the therepresentatives th thrEprese therepresentatives
representatives rEprese tatha of the tidewater tidewatert coun costles counties ¬ I
ties t for repeal of the he present pres < nt oyster oysterculture oystercullure oysterculture i I
culture law lawerty lawl law1rse
l 1rse cC the big q questions estloos will be that thatof thatof
of a general aeraI n1LSS reassessment i 1 1 1It of Ute prop propeltyof property
eltyof erty of the State and It is said that thatGovernor thatl thatth
Governor l th vftftOl Crotner is w wortIn working out his hisi hi itsless
i < less on the subject and that they will willbe winbe willbe
be embodied ht m a bttt which wttl be one oneof Oftf oneof
of the first hitrodwcei hitrodwceiAltogether int intAltoceiber i iAltogeiber
Altogether the county legislator If on onthe 011UI onthe
UI the throne and Baltimore Ktre city is nicely nicelyt likelyto
to t st Rt < only Cl ly what hat the county y members memberswill 1nembenwiU memberswill
will let et it have hay Still experience p dictates dic dictates dietattS ¬
tates that the city brother shall not notl notlx
lx l > e deaH with too ruthlessly and one oneof Geer onetf
of r the Wg vroMems oblen18 of the Nett ston for forthe fewtM forthe
the lenders will b two to make Baltimore Baltimorei IDof Baitasorefel
i fel H like it is getting s ttinp tti something and andLOCAL andFl andFtiii
Fl Ftiii l stet let It Ere too wandsLOCAL wands wmcbLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONT
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John J Ideas Metropotttan Paints Pablts 15fc 15fcGtaghig UiItpIOIIIJIIt1y L5i4Giazisg
Gtaghig promptly attended to toIf toE1IeIY toEey
E1IeIY Day and Sunday S4laiayJ
If J ice cream is t be re served = vels It should be beQttaltty elee bele
° Qttaltty Ie lee Cream c Cron the purest your youriut youreII1I yourpiney
iut piney ff can bay a1 W talon all allI flavors itavorsKoa flavorsItaenLeids
Koa I ItaenLeids U If i 4Ns Ws SIS H ne phone Lmc tiedZtaiaadel MM HeZiafaa
Ziafaa el Caret Clare4 5 Battles BattlesGas Sroo SrooJet roO roOJes
Jet D 1 oIIIMI1y Utk I Aye Sta N W WGas
Gas Ranges Raug Water Heaters Heate K6 s6 isth St Stq StCo StC
q Co A A Ku Muddhnan dlma11 ft Co 13M G 3t 3tCaverirs St StCaveriys t tCaverlya
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ALMA POWELL POWELLIn
In The Maa sf f tie Xt HautA H r rLMA H HA
LMA POWHLI POW L a prominent member of orT T Man of the Hour H Com Company c cpaaY Company ¬
A pany which comes to tothe the Colombia Tbeate next week weelctucky to a Ken Kenla Kentuck
tucky tuck girt bat spent her school years la Waantnstoo w WashIn tOG wf where flr e abe alto au auy hasmany naa naaAfter
many y friends frtelldsAfter friendsAfter
After studying a aTot monee > u III this city r fdr r several years y she was elltw seat to New NewT NewTurk
Turk T Tot XiI t to complete her nosicftl edncatlo n JL She smmc in i several prominent prominentcharch rcmtnent rcmtnentchurch t tcbvrdt
church choirs to ia the metropolis and did d lei coecert er mot work workAn tLAa workAn
An opoortunWr havtajc arisen to accept t aJOBItioI a position h iu a thenlrical company companyshe compaDysh companyshe
she sh took advantage a of it and ha haS ben OB the sux su stige for the past eight year yearhaving 78Uharlnt yenrzharing
having been b n associated aS with various companies c6mp = ua 4 She ha has been playing pb In InThe IlLThe toThe
The Man of the Hour since Its first presentation at the Savoy New York
BURNED IN CAFE CAFEm GAVE GAVENOV I INOW
m IN A srapfliPowerful STUPOR STUPORPowerful
Powerful Dn Drugs g gfering s Relieve Suf Suffering ¬
fering of 0 f Victim of Flames FlamesAt Flame5At FlamesAt
At Martins MartinsXBW Martin7sNBW Martinsrrrbw
XBW YORK Jan L 1 L6wat Swathebandages Swathe III IIIIrs inbsndWn
bandages Mrs Charles E B Bits who wttogas whowas 9 9IMIntH
was gas burned almost to death before hun hunbUtli huadredIJ i idress
dress of merry guests celebrating the 1 1bIrt i ibirth
birth of the New Tear at the Cafe Mar Martin Jlartia Martin ¬
tin last night is lying today at the thercew theiew
New York Hospital in a stupor under underfestered UDCkrtile underthe I
tile iIdIueDee of powerful drugs mmir mmiristered ad adist
festered ist ftd to quiet her agony of p pain painNeck ta taNeck I
Neck and shoulders sbOUd rwl face and bands bandswere baDI1Bwere bandswere
were searched almost to a crisp by the thenames theflames I IftaDMS
flames names which formed a pillar about the thescreaming thescreaming thescreaming
screaming woman omaa In a balcony corner cornerof conaerof cornerof
of the cafe while hile tat terrified Tifitd guess gIIeS rushed rushetfto nJsh nJshte
to her aid or fled fax tau panic ale from the tneroom thel thelroom r rJOOIIL
room Physicians Pby and nurses are today todayrt tocJayex todayexerting
ex exerting ft1erY etrert rt i s save e her h life lifeH j jHer iHer
Her beautyi beauty is gone H she leaves th thhospital the thehospital
hospital b it will be for her own home homenever bomenever homenever I
never agate to Join such brilliant assembhtges as asin as asas
sembhtges as that in wt which she moved moadiR movedis
in the time of the accident which put putthe fartthe I
the stamp staat of tragedy oa one feature featureCeaiiti featWeof featureof
of New YtMk New w Tear celebration celebrationCo1Itioa
I
Cnaitiea Ceaiiti Scrims Scrimsclare SeriMIsPhyRdaDa SeriousPhysicians
Physicians who are atteedlD aUesdh her de decare ae aeclare
clare t tnot that her condition III serious bat batlOt butnot
not worse than when hen she wan earned earnedin eaJTteilin carriedin
in a fainting condition to the t hospital hospitalLights JaoIIpUaLLght5 hospitalLights
Lights were sere out in the cafe at mid midnight 11114ni midnight ¬
night ni ht while hundreds of men and wo women wemen ¬
men seated tell about the tables to woI themain the themain tMmahl
main cafe balcony Y and in the ballroom ballroomlifted ballroomUft ballroomlifted
lifted Uft delicate glasses g to pledge p1 the new newy DeWYf2r1n newyear
drank te teth Inthe i itMdalltJtesB
As they
y Yf2r1n year ar to champagne
th tMdalltJtesB the darkness a womans scream rang rangthrough rangthrough I Ith101Ch
through the room and te a acorner 1IIOIMDt nent nentpillar a a apillar
pillar of Bane flan e flashed in a corner o oburning of ofThrouphotit ofthe
the bakoaya womanThroughout woman womanThroughout burning
Throughout th the > room other women womenscreamed womenand n nscreamed
screamed and fainted Mm Mmwsund l lward n laed to towani
tne corner cornerbtn COI1I8I1rnt cornerbt
ward the swaying swa ng light in
btn as they did so it wavered wa warolling a oeftd and fell fellroiling fell fellrotHnl f fcorner
roiling rolling prostrate behind b a table table1he tableline
1 Use Dress Suits tsDreIIII SuitsDress Suitsabout
aM t NaiMMIt thrown thrownabout
DreIIII cu Were < tern og
about the woman On the lower floors oonJmay floorsmany floorsmany
many rushed for the exits dts Women w were werecarried werecarried
carried out aDd h hurried hMo eabsaDY
away ay Men i iMeanwhile aaa aaaI
thing th to get
clamored at the cloak room roomi roomMeanwhile
Meanwhile nerved to frenzy f by her herpain herI herpain
paittlrs Mrs Ellis swayed to her feet feetwhile feetI feetwhile
pain while the flames cat caught ght again at the theand ttae ttaeflimsy theflimsy
I flimsy gown aDd bnveloped nS 1Oped bead beadand neck neckand
and shoulders shouldersBefore shoUldersfore shouldersoefore
Before fore anyone could reach her fr frdaslRri she shedasaxt bfI bfIdaq
daslRri daq to a window and fell wHhheao wHhheaoand with with head headand
and shoulders through the glass There Therea
a physician smothered the ftUaes with wthhis w tll tllhis
his coat coatinto and dresCOa wbida 1IMn on 01 01ail
ail sides th threw w to 111m hit aDd carried carriedinto e her herInto
into the corridor A hurry nd can a wase wastaken wa wacafe was wasnt
sent nt to the hosppttal and she was wasaway taken takeaawa
awa awal away awayLights
l Lights ts had been turned 011 in the big bigcafe bigcafe
cafe a minute after the tragedy tragedyYALE but butc buttmne
tmne c the diners reaaaiaed reaaaiaedYALE retainedYALE
YALE MEN PLEASED PLEASEDWITH PLEASEDVITH PLEASEDWITH
WITH SAGE GIFT GIFTNEW GIFTEwH GIFTNEW
NEW EwH HAVKN Y CODD < onn Jan 1 1 1nra 1n1e 1n1enewa 1Thenews
news nra of Mrs Russell Safes New Year Yeaigift Yearto Yeagift
gift to Yale University the sum o omft of ofto oatitl
mft atitl W s to purchase the th beautiful thirty thirtyacre thirtyacre thirtyacre
acre tract known as the Sachem Woodestate Wood Woodestate Woo Wooestate
estate is today hailed with joy jo at ah th thuniversity the theuniversity
university The first bonding on tin tinproperty thm
property p y will m he estafirst estafirstrted started rted next next spring sprlDgthe sprlDgtheEIoane sip tin tinSloane
pSloane Sloane University physics pb laboratory laboratoryBROWNS laboratoryBROWNS laboratoryBOW
BOW BROWNS BROWNSBronchla BROWNSBronchial INS INSBrozachiiI
Bronchial l Troches TrochesAa
i Aa absolutely hanale haT1D s remedy for torIbnIal forThroat S SThrmti Sort
Throat Hoai fwm and Coacha Give Ini Inimediate 1mmeMate m mmedIate
mediate relief TeI te Bronchial Br + eschial and Long Lan Afftc AfftcTlonp ArrecfnnF ASectrne
Tlonp trneFifty TlonpFiftr fnnFFifty
Fifty teas repstaHon repstaHonPrice repntatiotPrice ta10I ta10IPrlrt
Price 25 cents Cfut 5i 5 cents and JIW 1 per btx btxSampj 1Mx 1MxSasnpi rrfT rrfTSamp
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JOHJJ I 1 BROWN 13RO I d 6OK Oti Boston UM XaHe
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tEN AND CANALS CANALSProf CANALSON CANALSON
ON MARS CLAIMED CLAIMEDProf
Prof Lowells Direct Asset Assettion Assertion r rtwn
twn tion Arouses Interest
Among Anon ScientistsROBTO Scientists ScientistsBO6TQ2C ScientistsOIIU
BO6TQ2C N Jan L IThet The he f fiat at declaration declarationthat deeIara IatJaat dexlaradonthat i
that there are inhabitants on Mars Marsthat and andthat andthat I
that they are at present rapidly rapi ly adding addingthe addbIgto
to tile series of canals on that planetthe planet pIuIettbe I
the statement by Prof Percival PowaU PowaUis Po Pois Powrsilis I I
is today exciting great eat interest inte in Boa Boaton Booton i
ton scientidc circles Speaking < before beforethe beforetbe beforethe I I
the American Association lor the Ad Adi 41or Adaacemertt
i ancement of Science hero trot Lowellsaid Lowell Lowellsaid Lowusaid
said an the Martian mysttry mysttryThere myMuTbe mystt ry ryTbene I
Tbe There are new canals caaa on t Mara net netonly Iaetonly notonly
only new lie to us but to the th piUHlt pru et itselfHe itself itselfHe iblelfHe i
He said in his review of his work at atthe atthe atthe t 1
the observatory that the observations observationshad obeervatloDabad observationshad I
had shown that an entirely new series seriescf 8e 8ecf seriesof I 1
cf canals bad anoeared a on the planet planetMars IIIanet planetMass I I i
Mars within a few xnotulss and this thisphenomenon thisplteDCtlllKnoG thisphenomenon
phenomenon cannot be explained explainedit accept xeeptit i ibe
it be explained ezpIaiJJ by the presence ence of 0sc some somescit somesort I
sort sc t of beings beingsTELLS beIng5TELLS beingsTELLS
TELLS OF JAPAN JAPANIN JAPANIN JAPANIN
IN SECOND TALKOrie TALK TALKOriental TALKOrieIMtl
Orie Oriental ttl Emissary to This CowitryScores Ccw Country CountryScores try tryScores
Scores in Lecture at atColumbia atColumbia atColumbia
ColumbiaJIaaajI ColumbiaMasa Columbia ColumbiaMasujl
Masa Masujl Mlyakawa ya1Ia wno who came to America Am America America ¬
erica as the peace emissary of the Jap Japanese asp aspsnore ap apaeBie ¬
snore school children ch clren delivered dell a akctar ssec ssecond seand
and lecture before ore a Capital audience au ieDee at atthe attlae atthe
the Columbia Theater Theater yesterday after afternoon alterOR afternoon ¬
noon when beia he talked of The Japan of ofToday ofToday
Today TodayI TodayThe I
Todayna
I The pictures were operated yesterdayby yesterday yesterdayby
by a competent mechanician and their theirf theirfill I
f fill jll beauty was brought broUlhtout broUlhtoutD out as was wasnot wasnot
not the case in a previous lecture ure The Thepicture TIMpicture Thepicture
picture of the Japanese army which hich to tounique IsI aunique
unique uuiq and that of a storm at seafound sea seafound S8LfoUnd
found greatest favor favorThe tavorThe favorThe
I The opportunity to view the Orientthrough Orient Orientthrough Orientthe
through the eyes of a native was un unusual unI anusual ¬
I usual and novel Tt Tho slight I t for tOli foreign iga ac accent acI secent ¬
I cent of the lecturer only added to o the theOriental theOriental
Oriental coloring of his discourse discourseENDEAVOR dbeourseENDEAVOR discourseENDEAOR
ENDEAVOR UNION
TO HOLD MEETING MEETINGA
A mass meeting of th the District ofColumbia of ofColumbia orColumbia
Columbia Christian CnrL 1an Endeavor Union ispanned is isplanned Isplalmed
planned for Monday evening at Imotan Imotanoel ImaIaaad Imanasno
no oel Baptist Church Columbia road and andSixteenth lidSIxfenth sadSixteenth
Sixteenth street streetBible streethBibie streetBible
hBibie Bible Reading Read That Builds Char Character CIIaracter Character ¬
acter will be the subject of an ad addraes addrra address
dress by Wilbur P Thlrkleld president presidentof
of Howard University Univendt D A Davisreligious Davis Davisreligiou Davism
religious m work secretary retary of the Y YI YIC Jit JitC M MC
C C A A win present a plan for the moat meetpractical moatpractica tpradIcaI
practical use e of the Bible BttrfsGood BIN BINGood BibleGood
Good music will be provided and UMliD anInvitation an aninvitation
invitation iD has been extended to all allchurches allclturcbeB allehurches
churches in the city to have iaav representa represetatives representatives represeataUvea ¬
tives present presentPROGRAM presentPROGRAM
PROGRAM ARRANGED ARRANGEDTO ARR NGED NGEDTO GED GEDTO
TO ENTERTAIN BLIND BLINDI
I An interesting program p has been an anConirress anrazaced anranged
ranged for the week at the Library of ofCongress
Congress reading room for the blind blindOn blindOn
On Tuesday Prof E C Kennedy will willdeHver wf11de1
deliver de1 veT a lecture I ture on Thursday ThunKIa a pianoand piano pianoand
and sonic recital will be given by Miss MissKate MlOsKate
land Kate Aldermann piano and Miss Mary MarySherier a n nSleTict
Sherier soprano sorano Recitations R tatlons and songs songsby songs songsI songsby
by Mrs Martha Gillow are on the pre prcKrarn preTam pmcgrail
Tam for or Saturday SaturdayFlNEFORfSCRQfiS Saturd2YtttST Satardeyi
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the part of the witch was taken by b7JaDa Miss XtaAnna MissAnna
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demonstrated deJlMf an ability to act Marie MarieMattfeio JllarteMattfel MarieMattfeld
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out of place Otto GorKx as Peter P r the thefather tbefather thefather
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long Ivn Ions long ago Injected the touch of ofhumor 0humor ofhumor
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The ballet divertissement whfeh fol followed folbea8tttully fellowed ¬
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I where the ballet has nothing notbin to do dowith dowith doopera
with tthehconductor the opera Adolph Rothmeyer RotbmeyerIlhe was wasthe wastthehconductor
Ilhe the conductor r and the music was by byDvorak byI b y yDvorak
I Dvorak Slavic SIa vie in character and at attimes attilDeS attimes
times weird The ballet was don done by byIvy byIv7Craeke byIvy
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Gina Torriani orriani Giuseppe eppe Bonftglio and andthe aa4tile andthe
the entire tire corps de ballet balletThe balletThe besetThe
The performance was closed before beforeU
11 oclock betas be a particularly appro appropriate approprlats Pn Pnpriat4t ¬
priate one for New Year Eve when whenmost WIaeIrIOOR whenmoat
most of the audience had arranged for forwatching forwatrhID forwatching
watching watrhID < the old year out At the theIoet thecloe i ickmt
ckmt cloe Ioet + of th opera Conductor Alfred AlfredHertx A1tredHens AlfredHeats
Hens was given an ovation aad aadOaI was wascompelled wascompelled
compelled OaI elled to acknowledge wled the plaudits pIaucIitsUe plauditsof i iof
of tie house from the stage stageThis st stThis stageThis
This afternoon Parsifal is being beingsung beiDAsaac beingsung
sung The TIIeperf performance was w scheduled scheduledto 8 heduJed heduJedto
to begin at 1 oclock with a fortyflvw fortyflvwznlnute fort7JlvmlDute fortyliveminute
minute Intermission Interm Jl8tOD during whichlunch which whichlunch wblehluaCh
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to the seat holders hol4e The final curtainwas curtain curtainwas curt curtexpected
i was expected about C oclockManager oclock oclockManager o Jock
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self If as not at all satisfied tided with th thpatronage the tbepatIODafJe thepatronage
patronage accorded the last few operas operasand opttaIIand operasand
and expressed a doubt if 1 Parslfar uPanttarev Parslfarver Parefarever
ev ever ver will 111 be repeated in Baltimore Baltimorewith Bal Baltimorewith + tJDore tJDorewith
with such a cast as that there today todayWednesday toda7WedD todayWednesday
Wednesday ldaY night Puccinis opera La LaBoheme 1Bobellle LaBobepte
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scenery costumes coe nmes acessories ks and m mcbanical me mecllaldeal mechanical
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