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By HARRY WARD WARDIt
It begins tp look like lDdanapolt3would Indianapolis Indianapoliswould Indianapolisou1d
would ou1d be picked as the starting point pointfor pointfOr pointfor
for this years oors Glidden tour The ad administrative administrative admtnlstratle ¬
ministrative officials of the American AmericanAutomobile AmericanAutomobl1e AmericanAutomobile
Automobile Association Aa ocltion under whose whoseauspices whtieeauspices hoee hoeeauspIces
auspices the tour is being beln promoted promotedheld promotedheld promotedheld
held a moetlnc in Boston during theweek the theweek theweek
week a and ad while no definite informatlon informa information Information ¬
tion was given out It is l understood that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the question of the starting of the tour tourand tourand tourand
and the laying lai out of the tentativeroute tentative tentativeroute tent tle tleroute
route ws W s disposed of o in favor of o I Isi Isidianapolis IndianapQU t tdianapolis
dianapolis Cincinnati was a strongbidder strong strongWdder Itrongbidder
bidder for the honor but the auto mak makers makfOrs makers ¬
ers of Indianapolis put in a petition to tothe tothl tothe
the three As offering as an argument argumentfor aru nt ntfor
for the starting of the tour from In Indianapolis Indlanapolis Indlanapolie ¬
dianapolis instead inste d of Cincinnati the thewellknown thewellknown thewellknown
wellknown fact that Indianapolis te an anautomobile anautomobile anautomobile
automobile center of substantially the tliefirst t1 t1flrf thefirst
first flrf t magnitude Tho final decision in inthe Inthe Inthe
the matter Is awaited with interest by bymotorists b bmotorists bymotorists
motorists all over the country countryJim countoJim countrya countryJim
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Jim Jeffries has succumbed to th thirolorlng the theIToorln themotoring
motoring IToorln fever f er Unlike Jack Johnson Johnsonhe
he does not so 0 in for racing but is 1 oou ooutent ooutnt eoutent
tent to do d his motoring motorln in 3 a safe and andsttns anti8t1n andvan
van way W l Johnson delights to hit it itup Itup itup
up to the limit of hi his machine and has hasbeen haSI haspeen
been I n arrested and lined on numerous numerousoccasions numerousocaston3 umerousocasl1ns
occasions for breaking btea > Inc the speed spect law lawin 1aWIn laws lawsin
in various cities Jeffries Tftrl has learned learnedthat IMlnedthat learnedthat
that much pleasure can be derived from fromdriving fromdriving fromdriving
driving his Reo car over a good country countryroad countryroaI countryroad
road at a made rlKte ate rate rat of speed He Hefrequently H HrreQu HefreQueny
rreQu frequently n y takes a party of friends on onthese onthcoo ontheoe
these little trips On a recent occasion occasionhr
hr h had ha a notable crowd of 9C champions championsin
in his car amour them th > m being Frank FrankGotch FrankGotch FrankGotch
Gotch Sam Berger Brg r Dr Roller Farmer FarmerBurns FarmerBurn FarmerBums
Burns and Jack McCornilck the oldub old oldC oidub
C ub baseball trainer trainerThe trainerThe trainerThe
The StaverChicago StaverC11ICR O car made its itsWashington itNWashington itsWashington
Washington debut during durin the week eek and andlias andIlKS andhas
has been greatly t < > atl admired by b motorist motoristsThe motonsuThe motoristTlie
The agency for this car has been bE > eft given givento
to the BennettCollins Company which whichalso whichalso hich hichdlo
also has been given hen a large section tion of ofterritory orterritor ofterritory
territory territor adjacent to Washington for forthe forthe forthe
the sale SJ1 of the machine The Staver StaverChlcago SUterChJcago Staaverhltago
Chlcago is jf built b ilt In Ii several popular mod modiIs nMMIJs mod1s ¬
iIs Js and has many man mechanical features featuresof
of Interest The motor is of the Amer American AmerJcan American ¬
ican and British design the cylinders cylindersbeing cylindtIsnelng cylindersheing
being four in numbr and cast C 2it in prsThn pairs pairsThft MUMThfll
Thft neW new addition to the factory of the theCarter th thf1rtpr theCarter
Carter Mftor Mc I < tor Car Con COlllOnttion > orwtion at Hyattsville Hy Hyattsville H Hatt8Vit1
attsville s expected to l be e ready for foroccupancv foroCcupanco foroceupancr
occupancv by June JUI 1 The structural structuralFteel IIIlrucluralsteel structuralsteel
steel work has arrived and if th thweather the thoweather theweather <
weather permits I rmits the 1 he work ofenlarging ofenlargingthe of 0 t enlarging enlargingthe nlArtnKthE
the plant will stan during flurln the coming comingweek comlnwetk c cweek
week The company announces that thatafter thatafter thatafter
after extensive xtensh tests it bus h ss adopted a alongstroke armgstrokc alongstroke
longstroke motor of 40horsepower Jtho hon > power wer hay havIr ha hay1g
Ir 1g > s a bore of four and oneeightharches oneeighth oneeighthinches onffllhthhrs
inches hrs and a a stroke of r live and nd ouq onr onrl 011 011Qartcr
Qartcr q l artcr inches This motor is a dupli duplicate rlilpti1t duplicate ¬
cate 1t of that in the Lancia car ar in designad design designa flf8iuad
a ad d construction It will iII supplant pplant thet the therreseut t 1 1rrcseut >
t rreseut horsepower motor of the thoWashington thlashlnJton
11 Washington ashin on car carBarber carBarbr carT carBarber
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Barber < t Hill yesterday r < received a anr ar1T arar
r1T nr load of Demotcar runabout and androM An1rt andd
roM rt two of them within an liour after aftertnloading artfrLlcadln aftert
t tnloading them The Dcmotrar I la new mwJIIST new4GIy30HPHagnelo nwJUST
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AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILEACCESSORIES AUTOMOBILEACCESSORIES AUTOMOBILESae
ACCESSORIES ACCESSORIESSpeoial ACCESSORIESSpecial ACCESSORIESSpecial
Special SpecialEverything Sale of Tires This Week WeekEverythlns WeekEverytblng Weekfor
Everything EverythingAUTOMOBILE for the Auto in Our OurAutomoblleSuppIy OurAutomoblleSupply OurAutomobileSupply
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to Washington but It has created a hi blJien big bigsensation hisensation
Jien sensation aUon In auto centers and seems slcmse
destined e Uned to achieve considerable popu ¬
larity larit in this city cityThe citYThe cityThe
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The balmy spring prtnl weather w ather that pre prevailed prenlled prerailed ¬
railed during the greater reafer part of the theweek theweek theweek
week signified si niftetl the approach of the mo motorinc motorln motoring
torinc torln = season and marks the arrival of ofthe orthe ofthe
the time of year when wh n the auto doalarvrenovate dealers dealersrenovate deal r4 r4renovatt
renovate their salesrooms and engage engagein en e ein
in a general housecleaning hou eel anln for the thespring theaprlng thespring
spring a and d summer trade The dealers dealershave dealershave dealershave
have had their hands full taking care careof car carof careof
of numerous demonstrations demon tratlong and book booking bookIns booklag ¬
Ins orders for cars for early delivery deliveryContinued dellveryContinued deliveryContinued
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Continued expansion Is the watchword watchwordwith watch ord ordWith
with 1111 the Automobile Collego of Wash Washington Washington VashIn ¬
ington In ton During Durin the week the institution institutionfound InstitutionCound inetitutionroux
found it necessary to engage additional additionalquarters additionalquarters additionalquarters
quarters which were found at 3P06 3P06Fourteenth Jf06Fourteenth O6 O6Fourteenth
Fourteenth street The annex as it itha ItI itlots
ha I lots been termed will be in charge of ofE ofE ofE
E M 1 Hunt HuntNot Huntol HuntNol
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Not = ol infrequently the automobile man manrufacturer manuracturer mmnufacturer
ufacturer hears of men of of o intelligence Intelligencnwho InteUlse co cowho
who state that their only reason for fornot fornot fornot
not buying a car to On on account of the thetire thotire thetire
tire expense This rh mistaken idea klelwlileh klelwlilehbaIJ wfiieh wfiiehhas
has pained alned ground principally > on the thesayso t tMYSO thesayso < >
sayso of owners who are negligent in inregard in inregard mT
regard T rd to th the proper care of tires tiresill is in injurious illjuriUS injurious ¬ I
jurious to the automobile trade at large largeand la largeand e eand
and places the th tire manufacturer ffltitnuf cturer in the thewrou th thTOJ thewrong
wrong wrou TOJ light lightK
K Jo H Johansen of the th Hartford Rub Rubber Ru Rubfr Ituiher ¬
her Works Company recently stated statedthat NtatttlthRt statedthat
that it was very much to be regretted regrettedthat r rarette4lthat r > tted ttedthat
that such an Idea seemed m d prevalentwhereas prevalent prevalentwhereas prealeutwheleas
whereas in n point want of fact if the tires tiresare tlr tlrart tiresare
are treated with the same am > judicious judiciouscare judicioltcare
care are as the other parts of the car the theexpellee th thexpense tfttoexpetle
expense will be found to be b in the same sameproportion sauteproportion Anteproportion
proportion if not less It is not un uncommon uncommon uncommon ¬
common for their factory actor he said lo re receive reclve receive ¬
ceive letters from owners telling of oftires oCtires oftires
tires which have given ven not only the ex expected expected expected ¬
pected mileage but even ten twelve and andas andas andas
as high as twenty thousand miles for fora
a single tire tireMiller tireMiller tireMiller
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Miller Brothers the Ford agents have havebeen hen havebeen
been n on the jump during the past week weekclotting weekc1Otiln weekclosing
clotting c1Otiln sales tes for eight Ford cars They Theyalso The3also Theyalso
also delivered two Ford touring carsoup cars carsOIIP CnIonl
OIIP going ons to Major J V Thompt 4n 4nan1 n nand nand
and the other to J A Rogers They Theyalso Th Thalso Theyalso >
also report the sale Ie of Indian motorcy motorcycles motorc motorcriM motorcycles ¬
cles to W R ErsfeW and Edward F FSietiam FStedam
Sietiam SietiamW Sledamw
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W R P Martin of the Cook a and d Stod Stoddard Stoddard ¬ i idanI
dard Company took a party of friends friendsover frlendlopr friendsover
over to RalUmore Thursday TtUJI TI urrday IlY in a model modelD
D Franklin the tb trip being bHn made 416 in on onhour OM OMhour onehour
hour and fifteen minutes mtltQt > Considering Consideringtlie
the heavy condition of the roads this is isgoud isrood isgood
rood time In the party It were Dr Tennant Ten Tennant Tennant
nant Dr Sommcrville H C Hunter Hunterand Hunteran4 Hunterand
and Mr ir Tennant TennantH
H Chadwlck Hunter president of the theAutomobile theAutomohllfl theAutomobile
Automobile > Club of Washington Wa hln ton receiv reeetyed received received ¬
ed word this morning that at the monthly month ¬
ly 1 meMinir n intt of the th executive committee committeeof
of the American Automobile Autom tblle Association Associationheld AssociationheW As octaUon octaUonheld
held in Boston the recGiuattendation l nendation that thatMr tbatIr thatWr
Mr Ir Hunter Hut r be added to the committee committeewas ttee tteeA
was A unanimously uaaalnous7 ratified ratlfiedEvans ratifiedEvans JAUftedEVIUt
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Evans Maxwell lax wrll of the t1 Hudson HDf IOI1 Motor MotorCar Motorar IotorCar
Car ar Company Comlta IB I spending sJ dinJ a few days in inWashington Inaihlnton int1
Washington t1 aihlnton and is I making his head headquarters headfluartel headquarters ¬
quarters with the t Zell JI Motor Car Com Company Company Company ¬
pany He te making an extended trip tripthrough tripthrough tripthrough
through ute South SouthThe oouthTh SouthThe
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The Th > Ccok and Stoddard Company Com ran v reports re reports rfpaI ¬
ports paI the sale AJc of Cadillar ectu M cars to tothe 10he tothe
the he following t ktwln L Levi < > vi I Woodbury touring touringcar tourlnlMIl touringear
car Frank E Altemus demttonncau demttonncauE
E V Dunston demitonneau B Leon Leonard Leonard Loonard ¬
ard toitrlnit tod car and Reed Riley RJle touritlet tour tourit
it itlet car carJ carJ carJ
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J W Lyiruin I ynan of the Toyman Tire Tir and andRubber andRuhber andRubber
Rubber Oompanv mpam was in the city yes yesterday yegtPrda yesterday ¬
terday tPrda and surd on > n tany friends in intlC 1ftJoe intie
tlC Joe auto trade
UUUu
WEEK EK IS NOTABLE NOTABLEIN NOTABLESTAGE i
IN STAGE ANNALS ANNALSEngagements ANNALSEngagements
Engagements at Local Thea Theaters Theaters Theaters ¬
ters Headed by Charles CharlesWyndham CharlesVyndham CharlesWyndham
Wyndham WyndhamContinued I II IContinued I
Continued From Page Fifteen FifteenterfsUc Fifteenterlstlc Fifteenteristic
terfsUc of Henri Bernstein in its force fo e
fulncss and Intensity Prospective pa ¬ i
trons of tho Belasco should prepare re
themselves thom elvNt to look at Baccarat Baccarat from from
the French French viewpoint With lth that stan ¬
dard firm iinnly y in mind the play should shouldprove shouldproo shouldprove
prove a gripping rippln and engrossing story ator
A notable company include Thurtow Tlur w
Bergen Btr e John Emcr EmerllOR oR Melville Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art Caroline Harris and IHl MaJvina Long Loh
fellow fellowNATIONAL fellowNATIONALThe
NATIONAL NATIONALTh The MolluscPir Mollusc Mollu c cir
Pir ir Charles Wyndiam y WIham will celebrate celebrateliis
his own homecoming homecoml week eek 4t t the Na National National National ¬
tional tionalIn tionalIn
In 1 n the days aY8 wher wh her r was WA a friend of ofJohn ofJohn I
John Wilkes Booth he i llYetl ayed at th the Na National National ¬
tional Since th then n he baa been coming comingto comln comlnto
to Washington a hlngton through the long years yearsin yeanllIn yearsin
in which ho ha h has forged to the front frontrank frontrank
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rank as a comedian comedianTho comedianTho comedianThe
Tho Mollueo adds Interest to the theengagement theengagement
engagement ensa ement Tho history of the pay in inNew InNew InNew I
New York whero it was L rejected despite dospitacommendation do despitecommendation pte ptefOmnumdation
commendation of tho critic and later laterwon laterwon laterwon
won its way wa on its merits furnishes 1U 1Ubest I itsbest I Ibut
best indorsement indorsementThe
The scene of the play is laid in n an anEnglish aflEnbli8h anEnglish
English home and IU1 a Mrs Baxter isdescribed is isdescribed II IIdHCrtbcd
described as K the mollusc < She HI tills Is thehouse the theloUIIe i ilouve
house with her ills until relief comes in InH Ina I Ia
a way that affords Sir Charles Chari wide op opportunities opJOrtulllties opportunities ¬
portunities for or comedy comedyCOLUMBIA oomedyCOLUMBIAuA comedyCOLUMBIAA
COLUMBIA COLUMBIAuA A Skylark SkylarkIf SkylarkIt
If Henry Bent B Harris Harr soars na as high in inhis inhis inhis
his maiden effort at musical production productionas
as the title A AIndicates Skylark indicates we weare weare
are promised a continuation of the tbesame theme thesame
same me treatment at his hands He will be beat beat beat
at the Columbia tomorrow night in inperson inperwon Inperson
person to decide the weighty w8l < < hty question questionIf
If Mr II Harris musical efforts are arehhhl as ashighlyy a ahighly
highly successful as his dramatic veatures YeA ventures YeAtures ¬
tures good ood luck to him himThe himThe himThe
The book and lyrics are by b William WilliamHarris WilliamHur WilliamHarris
Harris Hur jr and Frank Dessert DoIII ert ertI con contributed i < on ontribttted ¬
I tributed the music mu ie Between acts the thescene theICt thescene
scene ICt takes a prone > need Jump front fromNew frontNeYo frontNew
New York city lty to Mt Olympus and at attbfot atthe t tthe
the latter point Neptune figures m fa the theplot theplrt theplot
plot There seems to be a wide laii laiitwle titwle aUtuc1e
twle for or imagination scenery and coe costumes coetUJnejI coetumes ¬
tumes in all this thisMay thl thllay thisMay
May de Sousa of Chicago L iea fame John JohnSlavin Johnlaln JohnSlavin
Slavin Claris Vance nd Eddie Garrte Garrtefigure GaMMftsure Garvlefigure
figure prominently in tta cat auttCHASESPoIite castCHASESPolite catCHASES
CHASES CHASESPoIite Polite VawieviHc VawieviHcDear Va1tileille Va1tileilleDear Vau < tetille tetilleDear
Dear old Peter wao w io became a favorite fa favorite faonte ¬
vorite on his former visit here will ap appear appear appear ¬
pear in his hi nearhuman stunts at atChases atChalH8 atChases
Chases th ths week But the monkey monkeywill monkeym monkeywill
will m not be the whole boIe bill billJamoe bOloJamc billJames
James Young Youn once sta Btat > of Brown of ofHarvard otHarvard ofHarvard
Harvard will appear PeAr with 1th fellow come comedians comedltws comedians ¬
dians in Wanted a Sister Mild to be belaid belaid belaid
laid along the lines of Charleys Chule > s Aunt AuntI Auntla Auntia
I la a Petite Adelaide > whose h real name nameisnt nameltent nameisnt
isnt mentioned will appear with her herfour ht herfour > r rfour
four Poster Post > r Girls GirlsThe GlrlThE GirlsThe
The Arlington Four atv Billed > illfd for foru
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t choral numbers n mben and Flanagan Ft napn and Ed Edwards Edwards ¬
wards are billed for sure hitters in On Onand Oftand Ottand
and OK 0 There are r others and the thevitagraffta thei theACADEMY theyitagryiph
vitagraffta yitagryiphACADEi vitagrafftaACAD2MY i
ACADEMY ACADEi 1YCheckers 1YCheckersChecl IfChcckeri IfChcckeriChetlcrs Checkers CheckersChecl
Checl Chetlcrs ers which is running ru into the theOld theOld theOld
Old JCentHck class as a i longtime longtimefavorite a < time timefavorite t1meCkvori
favorite will come to the Academy ca eMT to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night nightSix naptSix nightSix
Six years does not seem to have havedimmed ba havedimmed ve vedhnmed
dimmed tbe popularity of the plAy Its Itsfwi itarUfI Itsfun
fun and its pathos should still be betliere bethere bethere
there if the cast is capable capableIf
If alt 11 the players playe are on a par with withJames withJames th thJames
James A Gleason this the condition showhl showhlbe
be borne out Miss ll II Florence Heston will wttlplay witlplay willplay
play Pert and Dave Graham jr jrremains jrJemaln jrremains
remains as Push Miller MillerGAYETY MillerGAYETYFred bolterGAYETYFred
GAYETY GAYETYFred Fred Irwins Big Show ShowBurlesqnue ShowBun ShowBurlesgque
Burlesqnue Bun tu promises to uphold its end endthfe endt endthis
this t week w k at both the Gayety and the theT th thT
T ieum ieumFred ceumFred
Fred Irwin will brfng brtn shot his rompmny rompmnyhere euamaanyhere paay paayhelo
here helo again allt with new fares fa area < < elltbat that are said saidto saidto w wto
to boom N room > > om the entertainment A new DeW oik onuhas oikhas
has also been provided providedThe IHOride41fbe providedrhe
The Gibson Girls la burlesque sounds soundswell JJOWNIaw
w we well H and the rest of the Mil is rich in inpromise Inpromise
promise promiseLYCEUM promt promiseLYCEUMFay e eLYCEUlIFay
LYCEUM LYCEUlIFay Fay Fester Company CompanyTo
To put burlesque on the musical com comedy comedy cornefv ¬
edy plane is th t th0 selfappointed mission missionof JI a Oft Oftor
of the Fay Foster Company Who WhoOwns WhDOwns WituOwns
Owns the th Babyr Baby is from the pen of ofJohn orJohn ofJohn
John Grieves Gri Pf and the tit adventures of oftwo oftwo
two men who desire Ire to escai eirca4e 8cl e from fromtheir fromtheir I
their homes h for a day form a plot plotOne plotOne plotUse
One of the principal fitnmakers fnnm kel1l is Sam SamAdams SamAdams m mAdams I
Adams Harry Barr Kelley KfI y and Ounllle Gibson Gib Gibson GlbSOli ¬
son are two other leaden Itad nt and od billy billyChase UUlyCh Billycaae
Chase Ch of Boston bunts up the line lineThe tineTbe lineThe
The olio outfit Includes Martha liabel liabelman llahelJnan Ifabelman
man a contralto Hill and Ackermaa Ackermaatumbla Ackermaatumblo Ackermantumble
tumble artists artJ ts the Sisters n Towner Townerdancers ToVlDerdencent Townerdaaara
dancers dancersDUQUESNE dencentDUQUESNE daaaraDU
DUQUESNE DU UESNE PLANS PLANSSECOND PLANSSECOND PLANSSECOND
SECOND LECTURE LECTURECapt
Capt Fritz Duquesne Boer soldier sol soldier tIOIdktr ¬
dier hunter and author will repeat his hislecture hIBlect hislecture
lecture lect re on East t Africa Afrtcatbe the Wonder Wondertend WoDderland Wonderland
land of Roosevelt Hunt at the Co Columbia C0lumbia Coiumbia ¬ I
lumbia Theater next Sunday afternoon afternoonCaptain attentOOllQaptaift afternoonCaptain
Captain Duquesne brhuw brtn the story of ofhis Gfhltt ofhis
his own experience in the heart of Af Africa Africa Africa ¬
rica ricaIlia
ricaHI
His HI lecture Ie < tu will nil tie accompanied CCOCD ltnled by bymotion it itmotlMt bymotkwt
motion pictures plctu and stereopticon viv vividly vividly 1 1leU ¬
idly leU Illustrative lUuactn lve of Captain Duquesnes Duquesnesstory DuqUflllK DuqUflllKstory Duquennesstory
story of adventttre ad etlh in t tt tie wilds of ofAfrica ofAfrica ofAfrica
Africa The lecturer has won distinc distinetton distinction diBtlnctlon ¬
tion not only on the > battlefield ttl tWld but inthe in inthe Inthe
the newspaper and magazine Inr n field > ld as aswelt 8lIwIt aswell
welt His stories of his bi personal experlences ex experiences expe ¬
periences pe are generally lIPIall In demand d < and andmaterial aDdmatetiAl andmaterial
material from fromhts his pen is I authoritative authoritativeZULULAND authoritativeZULULAND uthorkaUvZULULAND
ZULULAND TOPIC TOPICOF TOPICQF TOPICOF
OF LAST LECTURE LECTUREF
I F M Newman X wmUl will conclude his Ave Avetrav4 AveI
I trav4 t talks lks this evening at Columbia Columbiai
i Theater eater the topic of the toot one onei b 1n6 ia iailutond
i 1 ilutond fhluland7ulnland ilutondTkiinUnd 1lu1aMI
TkiinUnd Is a aBlate state within a state statethit Btatetha1 statethat
that is the government of Great Brit Britain Bntab Binalit ¬
I ain has a colony in Natal Nc al and the colony colonyof coIonvof
of Natal exercises sovereignty IO ty over oY r th thpi the tJMIU thePt
pi ot otflltOntte rton > te of Zululand Zulu land The Tb domain domainIs
Is I much mu h lancer Ia r than any an of our Indian Indianreservations Indlacnservations Indianreservations
reservations and Is for the Zulu alone aloneNo aloneNo
No white man Is allowed aJI wd to live with within withIn wlttaIn ¬
in th the border borderThe bonierThe bowlerThe
The Zulu has been bH hnmortalteed by b S SRider SRldr SRider
Rider Haggard H nI who might ml 1t he aptl aptlratlert aptlralte aptlyratted >
ratted the J Fennimore JoIInntm re Cooper eoop r of theZulus the theZulus IhtZul
Zulus Zul s Mr Ir Newman through the our Iouri < ouri
i teat t of th the Natal = atal MMUHMfcttU gvvernn Y mnl i > nt secured securedtng SNurtoltho
son nt oltho th rr t ititeresting il1trr < tng tnl motion motionI mltioflplctllrrs motionpictures
1 I pictures > yoi f1 stiowr stiowrMMUHMfcttU ho
I IFOR
POPULAR PROGRAM PROGRAMFOR
FOR BAND CONCERT CONCERTSelections
Selections From Music of ofMany ofMany ofMany
Many Nations by Els El Ellerys Ellerys
lerys lerY lerYA s Band BandA
A popular concert eonc rt at popular poPvkr price pricewill prleewill priceswill
will be given ven at the New National NationalTheater 1atl NationalTheater nal nalTh4Lter
Theater tonight by Ellerys band the theleader tIMINtler theleader
leader having selected the program programfrom programfrom programfrom
from the works of composers of many manynations man mannationWo manynations
nations nationsOne nationWoOne nationsOne
One of the feature fe turN of the entertalnment enter entertainment entertainmnt ¬
tainment will btf b1 b the saxophone quar quartette quarttte quartette ¬
tette producing effects like those of a aje aPI a apipe
PI pipe je organ organThe organThe
The beorg program ram will include the theSpanish theSpaJtlsh theSpanish
Spanish Military iiutar March Yradier Yradierthe Yradlerthe Yradierthe
the overture to Tannhaeuaer Wagtier Wag Wagner a airl ¬
tier saxophono x o quartettea qtmrt tte Annie AnnieLaurie AneLaurie
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