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r THE WASHINGTON TIMES TrnESLMOXDAY MONDAY MARCH 28 1910 S
ROOSEVELT REPEATS REPEATSAstounds REPEATSEGYPTIAN REPEATSEGYPTIANSPEECH
EGYPTIAN EGYPTIANSPEECH EGYPTIANSPEECHAstounds SPEECH SPEECHAstounds
Astounds Hearers By Again AgainDenouncing AgainDenouncing AgainDenouncing
Denouncing Killing Killingof
of Official OfficialCAIRO OfficialCAIRO OfficialCAIRO
CAIRO Egypt sP4 March 2S 2SDi8rega Disregard DUwegardInjj DisregardIng d dfng
Injj all warnings against any an further furtherruffling furtherrutfilng furtherruffling
ruffling of the feelings of the national nationalists nationalIsts nationalIts ¬
ists Col Theodore Roosevelt in his address ad address adrcss ¬
dress rcss at the University of Egypt today todaytook to todaytook < 1a 1atook
took a four square stand for r law lawenforcement lawonrorcement lawonforcement
enforcement and denounced the recent recentassassination recentaS8Hlnation recentassassination
assassination of Boutroa Pasha thepremier the thepremier
1 premier in such vigorous fashion as to tosurprise tosurprise tosurprle
surprise even those who knew of the thecolonels thecoonels thecolonels
colonels fearlessness fearlessnessThe fearle ne s sThe
The nationalists are charged with the theresponsibility theresponsibility theresponsibility
responsibility for Boutros assassination assassinationand
and many of his hearers heA ocs winced under underthe underthe underthe
the colonels denunciation of the crime crimeDespite crimeDe crimeDespite
Despite De pite the fact that many of o the thefaculty thefaculty thefaculty
faculty and students of the university universityare unlMSilare
are in sympathy with the nationalist nationalistmovement naUonaltsmovemen4 nationalistmovement
movement there was wa so much In Mr MrRoosevelts MrRoosevelts Ir IrRoosevelts
Roosevelts address that appealed to en enjlghtened en1pht8ned enightened
jlghtened Egyptians of whatever politlcal po political poiiUcal ¬
litical party that the speech Pe < h made a agreat 8great agreat
great hit and brought brou ht applause during duringits
its delivery and warmest congratulations congratulationswhen con ratulaUons ratulaUonshen
when hen he had finished finishedArabic 1nlahedArabic finishedArabic
Arabic Proverb Quoted QuotedThe QuotedThe QuotedThe
The expression expres lon that pleased his hear hearers heareN hearers ¬
ers the most mo t was his h use of the Arabic Arabicproverb Arabicproverb Arableproverb I
proverb proverbAllah proverbAllah proverbAllah I
Allah Ma Ia el saberin izzu sabern sabernTvhich sabernwhich sabernrhich
which means means God is with the 1 he patient patientIf p tlent tlentI
I If they know how to wait waitThe waltThe waitThe
The nearest that Mr lr Roosevelt came cameto cameto cameto
to repeating his Khartoum advice that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the rule of England was proving bene beneficial benefjlal benetltal ¬
ficial to t Egypt and should be upheld upheldand upheldand upheldand
and which caused caus widespread wlde prHd mutter mutterings mutterInJs mutterings
ings of discontent among amon thr th National Nationalists NAtionalIsts Nationallets ¬
ists was his statement that It wilt not notmake notmake notmake
make people selfgoverning merely to togive toghe togive
give them a constitution no matter how howadmirable ho hoadmirable howadmirable
admirable a document it may be b There Theremust Theremust Theremust
must first be the training of the people peopleto INOpleto
to fit them for the constitution This Thisin
IK usually in slow though steady develop development developlIr ¬
4 ment mentMr mentMr
Mr Roosevelt led up to th tht > assassin assassination a88lnatlon aaeassination ¬
ation of Boutros Pasha by declaring
that it it is necessary that w < > have the thespirit the8plrlt thespirit
spirit to condemn every form of lawless lawlessness lawles8n8f lawlessness ¬
ness 1 and evil evilReferring evilRetaning evilReferring
Referring to the assassination a lnAtlfln he saidMen said saidMen saidIen i
Men Ien or of ofevery every ever nation of respect re pect and andworth andworth andworth
worth were > inexpressibly shocked shokat at the therecent there therecent
recent re < fnt assassination of Boutros Pas Pasha PalbaThis PashaThis ha haThis
This was a groater calamity to Egypt Egyptlhan Egpt1hAn Egyptthan
than the wrong ronJ of oftllfl the victim of the theassassination theaSMMlnaUon theassassination
assassination who was himself the type typeof typeof typeof
of man that such a spirit turns out ourThe outThe outThe
The assassin a saaln is a type po po18et1tllng mewing all allthe Allthe allthe
the qualities most alien to good citizen citizenship citizenship citizenship ¬
ship The type produces poor soldiers soldiersin
in time of war 8r and worse citizens in intime Intime Intime
time of peace Such a man stands at atthe atthe atthe
the very et pinnacle plnna l of evil and nd infamy InCam InCamTh
Those Th who apologize for the assassina assassination UtuUtslnAtlon assassination ¬
tion or who ho by bJ word ord or deed directly or orindirectly orIndlreetl orindirectly
indirectly encourage encoura e such an act in ad advante advance advane
vance and defend it afterward stand on onthe onthe onthe
the same had eminence eminenceIt eminencehIt
hIt It is of no consequence whether n the theact theact theact
act was committed in political or in industrial Int int ¬
t dustrial warfare whether the th rich hired hiredit
it done and the poor executed it wheth whether ¬
er it was committed under the pretense pretenseof prt > tlnse tlnseof
of preserving order ordf > r or obtaining liberty libertyIt
It is I equally abhorrent in the eyes of all alldecent It alldecent 11 11decent
decent men and in the long run equally
damaging damagingSeat damagingSeat damagingSeat
Seat of Ancient Education EducationMr
Mr Roose Rooset it t began b gan his address a drOftoi to the thestudents th thstuden >
t students l by b a reference to the Unlveralty Unl University Unlverslty ¬
versity of Cordova which 1060 1 OO years yearsago yearsago pars parsago
ago he said was as the source fIOUrye of light lightand lightand lightand
and learning leamln when Europe wis waa in dark darkness darkness darkness ¬
ness He discussed the opportunity and andthe nndthe andthe
the need for honesty honest in the manage management manSKfmenl managr ¬
ment of finances good faith and liber liberality lI liberality r raUty ¬
r ality in religious and political wlitic it matters mattersandhe mattflnland mattervand
andhe and he recommended that the professors professorsof
of the university study American and andEuropean andEuroJ6Kn andEuropean
European institutions In tltutlom as 1 much as possi possible pos possible l lble ¬
ble to avoid cheap trivial and nl1 vicious vicioustendencies vicioustfndeneies vicioustendencies
tendencies tendenciesWe tfndeneiese
We e must inculcate clean living and andmanliness andmanllne8 andmanliness
manliness Colonel Roosevelt declared declaredwith declaredwith declaredwith
with the same vigor that used to char characterize chlractfrlae characterize ¬
acterize the expression expre trlon of similar senti sentiments tltntlmntp sentimente ¬
ments in his speeches a all President PresidentYour PreBldntYour PresidentYour
Your curriculum should not be exclu exclusively excluIIhely exclusively ¬
sively literary but should train en engineers enJlneers engineers ¬
gineers farmers and merchants as care carefully CIUfIfully carefully ¬
fully as 8 it does teachers and other pro professional professional professional ¬
fessional men menNo menXo menSo
No people ever permanently amounted amountedto
to anything if its It only leaders were wereclerics wereclerics ere ereclrl
clerics clrl politicians and lawyers The Thefoundation Th Thfoundatlon Thefoundation
foundation of the th healthy life Ifc of any anycountry an ancountJ1 anycountry
country is necessarily nl > Mrlly composed comJK of themen the themen Utemen
men engaged in productive work workMr workMr workMr
Mr Roosevelt RIs lt ended his address Addr withan withan with withan
an appeal for religious toleration be between b btween between ¬
tween the Christians and Moslems fol following following following ¬
lowing the lines of his addrew Addr yester yesterday yetlteray yesterday ¬
day ay to the Egyptian + ptlan editors lie spoke spokefor spoketor spokefor
for a few w minutes Inut extemporaneously extemjioraneouslyafter
after finishing his set address saying sajingthat sayingthat lyinlthat
that in the long Ion I run a disagreeable disagreeabletruth disagreeabletruth tflAgreeabletruth
truth is a safer traveling companion companionthan comp companionthan nlon nlonthan
than the most mo t pleasant ple Mnt falsehood falsehoodMr falsehoody
y Mr 1 Roosevelt announced after the ad adidresg adIdrefs address
dress that the honorary degree d fe of doctor doctorof doctorot
of laws had been conferred upon him himby himb himby
by b the University of Egypt EgyptMr EgyptMr
Mr 11 Roosevelt regretted re etted that the uni university unlVrlty university ¬
versity authorities made todays address addressan Addr Addran
an Invitation m affair thereby thereb turning turnln it itInto ItInto itinto
Into a a social function with compara comparatively comprtively comparatively ¬
tively few of the large student body in inattendance Inattendanr inattendance
attendance He had hoped to address addressthe addresthe addressthe
the students and for this reason had hadIncluded hadincluded hadincluded
Included the vigorous deferse > of law lawand lAWand lawand
and the condemnation of the recent recentassassination recentar8Rsslnatinn recentagsasslnatlnn
assassination assassinationThe
The coliel col iel at first though that some somediversion somediversion ornetverslon
diversion was being bt > lnJ attempted at t his ex expense expense expense ¬
pense when he faced the large re audience audienceand audienceand audienceturd
and saw but few students among the thenumber theWDber thetaamsbr
number
Refuses to Trim Speech SpeechIn
In the colonels excoriation of the as ascsdnatlon asssinatlon asjassination
jassination csdnatlon of the premier 1 > many of his hisearers hishenrers hishearers
hearers earers thought there was 8J an Implied Impliedarraignment ImplledarraJgnment impliedarraignment
arraignment of f the British Dr1 h authorities authoritiesfor
for their their weakness 5 in dealing with withthis withthis withthis
this crime crimeIt crimoIt crimeIt
It developed after the address that an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt was oS made to have the colonel colonelomit colonelomit colonelomit
omit certain of his para paragraphs mphg which whichwere whlChwer whichwero
wero were deemed a little too strong for or an anEgyptian anEbpUan anEgyptian
Egyptian audience but he refused to tolisten tolisten tolisten
listen to his advisers advisersMr advSscrsMr advisersdir
Mr Roosevelt Roo velt lunched with Dr Vat Watson VVatgot1 Vaton ¬
son on head ht > od of It the American mission and andnt ttndat andat
at 3 oclock Id ck he dedicated the American AmericanGirls AmericanGirls AmericanGirls
Girls Mission School SchoolTonight SchoolTQnl SchoolTc
Tonight TQnl Tc nlght ht he and his family tamll will attend attendtwo Mtendtwn attendtwo
two gala 1 performances rrormanM at the thoator thoatorThich thoatorhich theaterwhich
which hich are to h he n given for charity Thepresence The Thepresence TheIJr
presence IJr < ienoo of the Rooseveits ts has stimu stlmu1tOO stimulated ¬
lated Interest in the performances penonfllln perforii na es and andparked andJ8 andpecked
parked J8 < ked houses are assured assuredAt assuredAt assuredAt
At noon today Colonel Roosevelt Roopevoltcabled ROOFeTCltrabled Rooseveltcabled
cabled gfnator S nator Warren of Wyoming Wyomingthat Wyomingthat yomln yomlnthat
that he would accept the invitation to tovisit toioit tov
v visit ioit it Cheyenne the last week in Au August AuIr August ¬
gust gustMr gustMr
Mr Ir Roosevelt encountered a pleasant pleasantsurprise 1Ie pleasantsurprise sant santurprlse
surprise at noon today when twenty of ofhis othis ofhis
his native gunbearers JUnbeflrers1nd ind tent boys boyswhom boyshorn boyswhom
whom horn he thought tho + lght he had h < ld left forever foreverbehind foreverbehind foreverbehind
behind far up the Nile visited him at atSheppards atSht atSheppards
Sheppards Sht > pp rds Hotel The natives were wereheaded wereheaded wereheaded
headed by Kermit Rooseelt ROOM elt e = t They told toldthe toldthe toldthe
the colonel that they could uld not resist resistthe resl resisttho t tth
the th desire to see him once more andhad and andhad andtad
had come on to Cairo br mrches boat boatand boatand boatand
and train rides The coUnel treated the thenatives thenAthcs thenatives
natives to a feast at another hotel hotelThe hotelThe hotelThe
The day which was af the most OIIt active activethat acthethat activethat
that Colonel Rotwevelt Roo eelt has had since sincearriving sincearrlvln sincearriving
arriving in Egypt began Kith the re reception recpUon recepton ¬
ception at t the American aency of a adelegation adptfJiAtlon adelegation
delegation of Syrians who presented Mr MrRoosevelt 1rrRoosovelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt with a II solid silver 5I1v and gold goldwrought goldrounht goldWrought
wrought casket < a foot squae sQUR e contain containInsr contalnh1 containing
Insr h1 an An address addr s In recognition of the themanv themany thentanv
many favors shown the Syrians during duringthe durin duringthe
the Roosevelt ROO Roosevelt eveit Administration AdministrationThis I
This Th was followed by b a II call from a adelegation adelegation
delegation dtlppaUonfrom from the National Geographic GeographicSociety Geographicorlety I
Society oltt which expressed expre its It apprecia appreciation ItPpreclation appreciation ¬ I
tion of Colonel Roosevelts services to tonatural tonatural
natural science scienceAt Clenc ClencAt I
At 1030 he hurried to the > university universitywhere universlthprp universitywhere
where hprp be delivered his address which whichwas whihwas whichwas
was looked upon by b all as the big event eventof eventof I
of the day da
KNIGHTS GIVE BALL BALLFOR BALLFOR
FOR GHARlTYS SAKE SAKEVice
Vice President to Be Guest Guestof Guestof Guestof
of Honor At Dance DanceTonight DanceT DanceTonight
Tonight TonightThe T onigh t tThe
The selection sele < tlon of the leaders of the thegrand therand thegrand
grand rand ntaroh Jn8r h completed the details of ofthe orth ofthe
the th Knights of Columbus ball which hlch is isexpected Isexpected isexpected
expected to be the most successful ever everheid everIteid everheld
held by Knights Knl hte All reports yesterday yesterdayat
at the meeting In the temple of the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general committee were wer optimistic optimisticThe
The ball tonight at the New e Willard WillardIs
Is the third annual event of the kind kindheld kindheld kindheld
held by th the Knights Knl htR of Columbus It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is expected that guests gue tJl will 111 be present presentfrom pre presentfrom ent enttrom
from Richmond Baltimore Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia New Ne York and other points pointsVice pointsVice pointsGlee
Vice President Sherman will be one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the guests of honor Cardinal Gibbons GibbonsIs
Is one of the patrons but it Is hardly hardlyexpected Itardlrexpected hardlyexpected
expected that he will be present presentIt
It Is exported expo ted that a large sum will willbe wl1lbe willbe
be realized from the theb ball ll The pro proceeds proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds will m lie distributed among the va various various A Arlou ¬
rious Catholic institutions which care carefor carpfOr carefor
for orphan and those tho e who are unable unableto
to assist themselves themselvesAlthough themselMIAlthough themselvesAlthough
Although the ball Is given under the theauspices theauplces theauspices
auspices of Washington ChapterKnights Chapter ChapterKnights ChapterKnights
Knights of Columbus the members of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the different co moils are giving all the theaid theaid
aid possible to make the tll affair an en entire t entire > n ¬
tire success The committee In charge chargeof char p pof
of arrangements believes that the ball ballwill ba1lwIll baliwill
will be the > most me memorable orable in the his history hlstol history ¬
tory tol or I the organisation organisationMETHODISTS orAntAtlonMETHODISTS organisat organisatMETHODISTS
METHODISTS GOING GOINGTO GOINGTO GOINGTO
TO BALTIMORE BAL TIlVIORE MEET MEETA
A large number of the Methodist Methodistchurches lthoditltchurches Methodistchurches
churches of Washington will be repre represented represented represented ¬
sented tomorrow night J I ht at the t Epworth EpworthLeague EpworthLeAgue EpworthLeague
League anniversary of the Baltimore BaltimoreConference BaltimoreConferunce BaltimoreConfernce
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal ltpiseepalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpI coyMLl coyMLlChurch
Church to be held in Harlem Park ParkChurch ParkChurch ParkChurch
Church Baltimore The musical pro program prognLm program ¬
gram for the evening will 1 be In charge chargeof
of the choir of Dumbarton Church of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city cityTwo clt cityTwo
Two specal trolley cars for carrying carryingthe carrylttthe < <
the Epworth delegates del tet over to Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more have been en arranged for or by 3 thetransportation the thetransportation thetran
transportation tran OrtaUnn committee consisting COtI of ofE oCE ofE
E R Rochester Roche tEr Frank T Israel and amiJ a aJ > >
J Finney Kngie These The e ears will III leave leaveNew JfoAveXew leaveNew
New York avenue and Fifteenth street streetat lItreetat streetat
at 6 oclock tomorrow evening eveningDIES eTenlnlDIES eveningDIES
DIES SINGING CAROL CAROLGREENFIELD CAROLGREEXFJELD CAROLGREENFIELD
GREENFIELD Mass 1 March 2S A ACharles ACharles As AsCharles
Charles Julius Day stepped to the choir choirrail choirnil choirrail
rail in All Souls Unitarian Lnltar tl Church to todirect todirect todirect
direct the ringing of an Easter carol carolhis carolhis carolhis
his voice broke on the th first notes awl awlhe AIMIlit amilie
he sank to the th floor dying before the thepastor theJNUItor thepastor
pastor of the church reached him The Theelaborate Th ThIAboratf Theelaborate
elaborate Easter program pro lIlm gave Ita f place pace to toa toA toa
a memorial service He was sixtytwo sixtytwoyears IIlxtytwtArs sixtytwoyears
years Ars old and one of Greenfields most mostprominent mostprominent
ioml prominent n business men
I ARRANGING FOR BALL I
1
t rr 1 fei hra ra THOMAS B NOLAN NOLANTreasurer NOLANDR NOLANDR
DR WILLIAM B DALY DALYGrand Treasurer Executive Execut ve Committee CommitteeGrand CommitteeGrand
Grand Knight Potomac Council
STONE MAY KEEP KEErCUSTOMS
CUSTOMS CUSTOMSPresident OFFICE OFFICEPresident OFFI CE
President Expected to Reach ReachDecision ReahDecision ReachDecision
Decision Favorable to toBaltimorean toBaltimorean toBaltimorean
Baltimorean BaltimoreanThe
The Indications are that W F Stone Stonewill St Stonewill fte fteWill
will retain his office oftI as collector of auterns cns cnstonur QtUtlJl1s
terns at Baltimore BaltimorePresident BaIU BaIUPreliident BaltimorePresident
President Taft will 111 render hM hi decision decisionIn deci Ion IonIn
In the th matter tomorrow Secretary S4eretllJ of ofthe orIhp ofthe
the Treasury Tr 1 Mac JacVeh Veil gh to whom the thepapers thepaptfS thepapers
papers in the controversy ontrovenJ over Ms ap appointment appotrtmtDt appoietment ¬
pointment were ere sent completed his report re report report ¬
port and laid It before the th President Pr t to today teday today ¬
day dayIt dayIt dayIt
It Is = s believed to be entirely favorable favorableto
to Mr Stone StoneRepresentative StoneRerrewntatlve StoneRepresentative I
Representative Pearre one of o Mr MrStones MrStOIl4S MrStones I
Stones strongest 3rtron supporter nPJM rlent called upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the Secretary before fore noon today to ty and had hada
a Sinai talk w1 with n him on n the case a Mr MrPearre MrPlArc MrPearre
Pearre also aJ8 Indorsed Robert A Ravens Rnvensrmft Ra Ravenscroft tUI tUIrftt
croft of Garrett county < Md M the th pres present P Pent present ¬
ent surveyor of custom at Baltimore Baltimorefor
for reappointment IHppoln nt His present t term termwill term1i11 termwill
will expire next June 1
HUNDRED BANKERS BANKERSBEFORE BANKERSBEFORE
BEFORE GRAND JURY JURYIndictments JURYIndictments
Indictments of More Pitts Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg
burg Councilmen Ex Expected Expected Expected ¬
pected This Week WeekP1TTSBURG WeekPITTSBGRG V eek eekPITTSBURO
P1TTSBURG March alCh SMore X than thanone thanORe thanone
one hundred officials and employe of sfsix ofnix eCsix
six Pittsburg banks started tart in today to totell t ttell totell
tell the grand jury jur what they tht know in inreference Inr8f inreference
reference r8f r to the alleged payment Ament of of23W ortl offlmaAO
tl flmaAO 23W 5M > in order to get their th lr banks banksnamed banDnamfd banksnamed
named by the council as city deposi depositories d depositories popt popttorl4A ¬
tories The examination of the men menhigher menhigher en enhl
higher hl her up will probably continue sev several IMVfOral several ¬
eral days District trlct Attorney Attorney William UllaJft UllaJftBlakel A ABlakely ABlakely
Blakely Blakel and his assistants 1 tAUJ in the craft Jrattpro graftprosecution
prosecution pro cution believe 1Ie that few f w If I any of orth ofthe
the th bankers bAnkf will attempt to evade e an answering answfrin answering ¬
swering swfrin qwwtfoiw QU NI and thinks they th will willmake willmake i111mak4
make plate pia statements statementsAnother IttAlem8lltllAnoth statementsAnother
Another Anoth presentment plftllentm t by the grand grandJurv grandjury Dd DdJun
jury is II ex expected I Jt ted early rly in the week In Inwhich InWhl inwhich
which Whl h additional members of the select selectcouncil selectcouncil elHtcouncil
council a number of o whom have so far farnot tarnot farnot
not been mentioned In t ti graft probe probewill
will be recommended r to h > indicted
OPERA SINGERS SINGERSHOLD SINGERSHOLDREHEARSAL
HOLD HOLDREHEARSAL HOLDREHEARSALFrench REHEARSAL REHEARSALFren
French Fren h Stars to Appear In InFull InF InFull
Full F ll Force Tonight In InWilliam InWilliam InWilliam
William Tell TellOne TelL TelLOne TellOne
One hundred and five members of the theFrench theFrench theFrench I
French Opera Company of New x ew Or Orleans Or1eIUIII OrlenS ¬
leans Who cant speak BHgitofc B gUek and onewho one onewho OI1ebe
who be can ean with with an Interpreter accom accompanied aecomJMUlted aceompankd ¬
panied by Manager Jules Jul Layolle registered regis registered reJ1stered ¬
tered at Washington betels this morn morning mornInt mornlag ¬
lag Int and reported to the Belasco Theater Theaterat
at H H > oclock for a drew dr rehearsal rehearsalThe r rehearsalThe ber 8t 8tThe
The entire force of the organisation organisationwill
will be needed tonight for William wWl1IlaftiTeU WilliamTell WilliamsTeti
Tell which wU > be given with the full fullcorps tullcorp fullcorps
corps de ballet balletThree baIIetThret balletThree
Three of the bestknown be8tklM Wft aototets 11010 oC oCthe ofthe f fthe
the company M Haneetto and M MHuberty MHuberty MHubert
Huberty Hubert and a d M Eacalata will sin st stag the theprincipal tbepdndpal theprincipal
principal male roles rol The The1at tending feast feminine feJldni1e feastlime ¬
nine roles will be sun mug n toy tt Mme Cahusae Cahusaeand Cahuueand Cahusacand
and Mlle Stercknans StercknansThough SterekMaa8Thougb SterckryansThough
Though not widely ideI advertised erUHd the theFrench UteFrtnch theFrench
French opera stars have IntCr Interesting IDt Un per perxonallties pereenalltIes
xonallties lnallt an well 41I an a voices oleeeboth reeoghedbath recognised recognisedboth C
both abroad and in tae t 1e cities where they t et
have sung as a of ulhAgh high caliberFor caliber caliberFor caUberFor
For the past seven years Lean Bs Bs4alais gsealais 11 11alnl
4alais alnl was a favorite at the grand opera operaof openor operaof
of Paris M Hensatto te almost almo < < as well wallknown wellknown wellknown
known in Eu EuPfIrhaP8 EuropePerhaps Europe EuropePerhaps
Perhaps one of the members of the theorganization theoJanlzation theorganization
organization best known in musical cir circles drclfl1 dc dcelm ¬
elm is i M Huberty a basso who has hasattracted JNuattracted lraaattracted
attracted wide atentfon a and who whobeen ha habeen has hasbeen
been hailed as the th logical jmraaiMor to toEdouard tDEdouard toEdouard
Edouard de d Reeske ReaakeMlle ReeskeMile RMSklMlle
Mlle Cahuzac came to the t New Or Orleans OrlaM OrieanE ¬
leans company from the Grand Theater Theaterof
of Nates alftt She has won recognition rl in inBordeaux 11IIR lotRordeaux
R Bordeaux rd ux Versailles and la Aixlee AixleeBains AixleeBales lliieeBalM
BalM BainsMARRIED BalMMARRIED BalesMARRIED
MARRIED WHEN 13 13GRANDMOTHER 13GRANDMOTHER 13GRANDMOTHER
GRANDMOTHER AT 28 28RICHMOND 28RICHMOND 28RICfMOND
RICHMOND Ind March l6Becem l6Beceming Boce Boceinc lHcemInc
inc a grandmother efore 1 having haY1agthe passed passedthe passedthe
the old maid limit 341 s she herself putIt puts putsit put jwtit
it te something rather rt more surprising surprisingthan n1KWagthan surprisingthan
than pleasing ag to Xra Eherett Parker Parkerof
of this city Mrs Parker ut but twenty twentyelicht tweatyeoitltbt twentyeight
eight years old She was married at atthirteen atthlr atthirteen
thirteen thlr Her H oldest oI daughter Mr MrsCharles MrCharles XraChade
Charles Jan of Indianapolis fifteen fifteenyears MteenYMrs fifteenyears
years old ha n has just given birth to a achild achild achild
child childMrs childX childMrs
Mrs X Parker Park takes taJl being a grand grandmother graadrcother grandmother ¬
mother at twentyeight as a philosophic philosophically philosophically ¬
ally as a can be expected Her family famH famHIs
is famous for the t early marriage man1a of Ha Hamembers IUImemMn Itsmembers
members membersCEREMONY memMnCEREMONY membersCEREMONY
CEREMONY AT CATHEDRAL CATHEDRALIn
In commemoration of the feat eX the theLords tlMLonI theLords
Lords Supper of the tb Passover and of ofthe 0 0tM ofthe
the Young Lamb the relighting reU htl1 of the thelight 0 0Ilfih thelights
light took place in Scottish Scott Rite Cathedral Ca Cathedral Cathedral ¬
thedral yesterday the ceremony < < rfftOQ rfftOQbl being heincintention
bl b the oflke offkers or Evaq Evangelist 11st 11sto Chapter Chaptertio
tio o I It was annou announced that It is Ole Oleintention theIntention
intention to make the temple temp a gather gathering laatberbsg tJter tJterIII ¬
ing III < < place for the wives and faarittes f ofthe of ofthe 0 0I
the mem members and changes ehaJllf in the con eortstrtactloa construction co cotrueUo ¬
I struction made of the edifice edlft are a now bong iHIIDg iHIIDgmade bongmade iilinmade
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