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German Scientist Think* Wirelea*
Disturbance* A 1m i'auacd By
Atmospheric Chingw.
LONDON. F?b. t?Prof Aitfi Kin
? loin the German astrvuoaier. who**
theory that gravitation deflect* the
ray* of 1 is lit. which hit* recently been
Ike subject of disiuaalon. in an In
terview with the Dally Mull'* Berlin
correspondent, asserted thai he be
lieved the myaterioua ilintln re
ferred to by 8imior Marconi a* hav
ing been he?rd on wlreiee* apparatu*
art- due either to atmoapheric dis
turbance* or the experiments with
other ?y*tem* of wlrele**.
Prof Hln*teln. who believes thut
Mars and other planet* are Inhabited,
added that if intelligent creature* on
< llier planets tried to communicate
with the earth he would expect them
to use ray* of light, which could be
much more easily controlled. ^
I'xnw Fob. I.- The Academy of
?Science evidently considers coinmuni
? Htion between the earth and the
planets as among the possibilities, for
ll lias undertaken to art a* judge for
n prise of ! 00.000 francs to be given
lor the best means of making * sdgn
to a heavenly body and the receipt of
a reply.
CHICKENS PAY TUITION.
4
Young college students are taking
their chickens to college with them,
lie-cause the latter huve advanced the
money necessary for their tuition.
This announcement was niude Satur
day by the Department or Agrlctll
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PI SO S
ARREST LABOR LEADERS
IN HAVANA DOCK STRIKE
DriulK Action Reported After (uhan
President Kuiprndt ( ?netitutional
Righu for 60 Di;>.
HAVANA, Feb. t.?Amitl of uiauy
labor leader* here are rumoied fol
lowlui the effort to dlaclpllne the
atrlklug dock worker* by the aue
pension of the constitutional guaran
tfe? for a period of sixty day*.
Thu action followed a tefusal of
j the striking dock workers to accept
j the plan of arbitration demanded by
t President Menocal and agreed to t>y
; the employers.
Accompanying the decree was a
proclamation by ('resident Menocal
saying that ' "the hour for delibera
, tion lias passed for the government,"
and adding that the honest laborer
had nothing to fear from the sus
pension of the guarantees, but that
the "enemies of order shall feel the
full weight of the law."
A meeting of the striker* yester
day was unanimous against rfccepMng
'arbitration of the strike.
CHURCH FEDERATION
IN CAPITAL PLANNED
If plan* discussed at a number of
conferences last week are carried out
I successfully, Washington will soon
have a Federation of Churches which
will be to the city's religious life
what the Chamber of Commerce is to
the commercial and industrial life, A
group conference, at which the plan
will b> further discussed, will be
held tonight by the Methodist minis
! tors o" the city at the McKenlm
j Church. Massachusetts avenue, be
' tween Ninth and Tenth streets north
west.
At a conference lust Thursday be
tweeen clergymen and laymen of the
| city and the Rev. Dr. Roy B. Guild.
of the Commission on lnterchurch
j Federation of the Federal Council of
I Church, it was decided to hold the
tirst public meeting to discuss plan.*
I February Iti. The liev. Dr. Farle
i Wilfloy. of the Vermont Avenue
| Christian Church, was appointed
j chairman of the temporary commltte'>
I in charge.
1 Letters are being sent out today
? asking each church to send its pa?tor
and two or more lay delegates to the
lnectlns, the place of which will be
announced later.
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At the Theaters
POLPS.
"No Mac Blondes'
Will Open 1 tonight.
"No Moie Blonds*,' ailli tLinesl
Truw and 1^1 l??n ?Wilson, which waa
acheduitd to open lul Dlflit at Poll'*
Theater, waa poatponod unit] tonight
thrtugh the failure of the arrival of
the actuary care. ao that they could
bo unloaded in time for the evenlng'a
performance.
METROPOLITAN.
Nuimata in
"Stronger Than Death."
Silent drama achieved a triumph at
Crandall'a Metropolitan Theater ys?
terday. line. Alia Nailmova, one i.f
the moat distinguished actroaaea In
America, may alwaya be rolled upon
to bring to the screen a character
portrayal that will stick in the mem
ory aa something particularly fine,
' but never before has she been boc-u
( in a vehicle offering no jupeib a com
bination of powettul atory, flawless
characterization and wonderful oro
tograpliy as revealed in "Stronger
Than L>eath," the chief feature of the
week'a bill ut the Metiopolitan Cer
tainly artlatlc production mutt reach
it* zenith in this remarkable sub
ject.
"Stronger Than Death ' I* an adap
tation by Charlea Bryant, of I. A R.
Wy lle'a novel of Anglo-Indian H*?,
"The Hermit Doctor of Oaye." It
presents'as its major them* a thor
oughly Anglo-Saxon romance between
Slgrld, a dancor from the London
music hall* seeking health in India,
ami Major Wouclcoult. the "hermit
doctor" waging a solitaiy bat*.to
aguinat the cholera at JJjura. A fab
ulously wealthy native, half British,
seeks Slgrld's hand in marriage un<j
for sufficient reasons is accepted.
Knraged by Ills inability to gam to
cial recognition In his wife'a clrcjc.
he plots an uprising of the natlvea
and massacre of the whites. The
manner in which the dancer thwarts
. tho rebellion by dancing at the Tem
ple of Vishnu where she Is mistaken
for the trajltlonal "bride of Vishnu,"
i w hile Major Roucicoult speeds av. jy
for relief from the garrison, forms
i the climax of a photo-drama that
abounds in tense dramatic situations,
possesses all of the fascinating at
mosphere of mysticism indigenous tn
fndls and affords a sue ession of the
' most beautiful scenes ever picturcJ
by the camera.
Xazlmovu in the roie of Sivrld
mounts to new heights of artistry
and brings to the part all of the
poise, all of the variety of espressloa
and all of the interpietatlve strength
j that have placed her foremost amou;
[ the real actresses lending distinct'an
! to shadow drama. Charles Bryant
in ihe role of the major, offers one
i of his best Impersonations and H-r
1 bert Trior, as the half-caste B:;:h
man. adds an especially sinister not?i
to ;in incomparable acting ensemble
in which Charles Krench and lle>n
McWadn are conspicuous figures.
The type of photography disclosed
in many of the Important episodes of
this epochal feature has never before
been seen in the Capital, and mljht
be accurately described only by one
"kllW-J in tho craft, ll is extremely
effective.
Abht-evjatcA < ahiera subjects and
ar:iic?dph?rlc orcheatra acconipari
ineiu, Including the oveituje. "Zar.i
pa," complete a bill that will prob
ably continue throughout the w.-k ,
to turn hundreds away at eacli per
formance, Just as it did jesttrda;-.
KNICKERBOCKER.
Niuimova in
"Stronger Than Death."
The chief feature of the program I
| for the first two days of the week 1/
?Stronger Than Death," in which tho
s'ellar lole is played with incompara
ble skill by Mme. Alia Nazlmova, a
?onipleto review of which will be
'ound In connection with the Metro
politan Theater.
. j
PALACE.
r). W. Griffith'*
'Scarlet Da?."
David Wark flrllfUh'e ".Scarlet
">ny?," tv-hir-li is tiie feature for the
current week at I.oew's Palace Thex
''r. tells a story of California In the
vilrj dayj of '4??a love story, but
vlthal one that is truly Grlfflthfon Itj
is scope and in its superb character)
tchinrjs.
Tho story is of Rosy N'ell, wlio has ;
icen pinching: for years in order to
?onrc day abandon her life of the I
a/ico I,all and rejoin her daughter. |
?hoin she has tent Kast for educa- I
ion. Jus' u.< she is about to realise |
n-i d; eMnis. another deniaen of the ,
'atne iiall a' tempts to rob her of her
'livings. A tight ensues, and the
hief talla dead from heart failure,
'"t Hosy Nell thinks 6he has killed
So does P.agley, tho bully pro
r.etor of the dance hall, and h|.i gars
? i ruffians is about to lynch Rof.y
If 11 when Alvarez. a romantic Mexi
?an bandit, appears and, soft voiced,
| l?rrt'uadc8 them to grant her tempo
rary freedom to spend a few precious
lays with her daughter, who has
lust arrived unexpectedly from the
Bast. All are pledged not to reveal
"t'",y Veil's teal life t0 tb? innocent j
till. Raglev atlempts t> brenk the
?I'-citfc. coveting the beautiful girl.
?nd attacks the cabin r.here she una
Wy N'ell are staying. Alvarez
"Vmdolph and others. defend the
:nbin, and Randolph, who lovee the
firl. tries In vain to naerlflce himself
ti% save them. P.ut It Is Alvarez who
mcceeda In attracting the sheriff by
? fferlng to rive himself up for all the
?rimer for v\ lilch he has long betn
lought hi" th? law. And. though
i tosy N'ell falls m-lth a bullet through
it heart. Randolph and the girl face
happy luture, ?nd eren Alrare*
I:.:apes after all through the Inter
vention o' his pretty Mexlcvn sweet
heart.
I Richard Bartheltnesa as Alvarez re
\ vltleii f ical character of the Cal
ifornia of the coltl iun!i <Jays. Clai
ine. seyniour, Carol Dempster. JCuge
nio l>?serer. Walter I.ong and Ralph
'"raves and f>eorge I'awcett are the
'llfeh epots In the ?*at ahlch brings
life to Ihls colorful tale.
I
STRAND.
"Klatnes of the Flesh."
Kratnrinjr Gla^j'.a Rrorlnrell.
' 1 Iam*? of the ptesh." a new pro
luetlon featuring fjladya Rrockwfcl)
md presented by William Knx, opat.
| "I ? week1, engagement at Moore'a
it rand Theater yesterday.
The play tella the story of the
vorklnga of a tempestuous nature
tunc by fate into atrange situations
tiladya Br^ekw*ll in the leading role
herself to be an artlat or dine
? *criminktton and exceptional talent
I t, the maner lo which the handles a
? io- dlfUcul .die, her portrayal
I ' ' ? ? iat '!,? hail glv?n Hit "ha r.
requirements much
*ludy before attempting ike mil
?# .u ?twlM from various parts
i T,?rU mr* ?hoWD thrill follow
I . hr"' *?" th? pl?y ? ai Men one to
fyoriu of the gay cafos. I rom a lilch
lire int is eventually carried by a
?eriea or dramatic episode* to the
?I * country home,
i? mm . ,#aat U?e surcease from a
maddening desire which had nejrl>
wrerkfd her lift. '
RIALTO.
"The Shepherd of (h? Hill.,"
B7 HaroW Bell Wright.
The Hhepherd ot the Hill*, " by
Harold Hell Wright, attained a popu
larity which haa not bean equaled by
any other book In a decade, according
~ ,.h* by ?*'tfons, being the
moat widely read of any work by an
American author. As ? motion pk
ture the flUiiatlted version under the
aame title and personally directed
(and produced by Mr Wright, bid* fair
to mark an epoch In the art of the
allent drama and attain a popularity
surpassing even that of the novel, if
one may Judge from the rapacity au
dience attending Moore'a Rlalto Thea
ter yesterday, where the picture
opened ita second consecutive week
of showing to Washington motion
picture patrons.
I*he special musical score arranged
by Daniel Breeskin, conductor of the
Rlalto My nipboriy Orcheatra. which
brought forth Much pralae last week.
Is continued with the current pre-? n
tatlon.
COLUMBIA.
Robert Warwick in
Tree ?f Knowledge."
Harking back to the Garden of
kden. The Tree of Knowledge."
which In the feature at Loew's Co
lumbia Theater the first four daya of
this week, presents a modern story of
love and the eternal remlnlne Major
Roberr Warwick la Its star.
Incidentally. Theodore Kosloff the
noted Russian Interpretative dancer.
* Yvonne Oarhelle are partners In a
nne bit of pantomime?a prologue to
the modern story?portraying the an
f?nt of Ad*"> "id his demon
wife, Llllth, who I* supposed mythl
? h'T l? hav,? tlMn Kve'jt predecessor.
The main action concerns one Nlg.i
St any on, u youth destined for the
church, who. while traveling on the
continent. Is lured by an adventurers
named Belle, to his ruin. After she
has exhausted his purse, she uaats him
uslde. Nigel finally is installed In
Lngland an overseer on the estate of
his old friend Brian, son of a noblc
He comes to love an Innocent
girl. Monica, but fears to tell her so
owing to his acarlet past. Hia posl
1 tlon becomes doubly difficult when
j Brian returns with the brazen Belle
as his wife What follows is full of
dramatic action, of which it Is suffi
cient to Bay that Bell flnanl/ disap
pears with a third charmer arwi Xlgrol
sum mo ne his courage to win Mor.lca'j
! love and forgiveness.
CRAND ALL'S.
Norma Talmadge in
"She Lores and Lie*."
j Norman Talmadge has nevt-r
I brought to the screen a more fas
cinating figure than that of Miss Coi
lander. vaudeville impersonator, tn die
AUn version of Wllkle Collins'
sprightly story of "She Loves and
Lies," which began a two-day engage- j
n.cnt ut Crandall'n Theater yesterda*'. 1
<Vot content with repeating her former !
succe.?seH In allent drama. Miss Tal- I
madgc adds new laurels to her wreath
by assuming the guise of an alderly
woman of (treat wealth and a voung
hoyden of New York's Greetlwlc'h VII
lage. all to win the sure 16ve of a
young man in deuperate financial
straits, und therefore agreeing to a
maiiiage of convenience us a means
of ending bankruptcy. This difficult
role Is played with ills usual sauvily
and grace by Conway Tearle, one of
the moat competent leading men be
fore the camera.
The bill for the first two davs of the
week is completed by a variety of ab
breviated camera subjects and skill
fully synchronited orcheatra accom
paniment.
GARDEN.
"The Copperhead,"
Featuring Lionel Barry more.
Opening Its third consecutive week
of showing at Moore's Garden Thea
ter yesterday, "The Copperhead."
Paraniount-Artcraft's spccial produc
tion ot Augustus Thomas' famous
play of the same name, adapted from
the book of Frederick Landla. with
I.iouel Barryniorr in the leading role,
takes a place distinctly apart from
J>thcr Him dramas of the present day.
and also romes at a .most opportune
time, bringing home, as It doea, Just
what true Americanism and lore of
country mean.
Lionel Barrymore. in the role of
Milt Shanks, offers the best woH< of I
his motion picture career. He pre- I
cents this character jith a amnotff*
subtle appeal that carries positive
strength. He never once overrtepa
the bounds, but offers a deaa-cut in
terpretation that always carries a
dramatic punch. t?oris Rankin, Ar
thur Rankin, Richard Carlyle. and
Leslie Stow* are all seen to good ad
vantage. N*. Schroeil presentn'g a re
alistic likeness of Abraham Lincoln.
FOLLY.
"Round the Trrn,"
Full o< Laughs. ?" '
A laugh-creating eniaung,anient,
novelty* dapcer nnmbem, an operate
ballot and a hogt of surprise Htult*
greeted patrons of the Polly .Theater
yesterday where the "Round the
Town nompany is playlnjr for a
week. The nnto'talnmfnt Ja divided
Into two parts entitled "Goln- Somr"
and "The Island of Mystery," both
tairlv bubbling over with bright
<'?mGdy.
Icllx MurtJn, I. H. Hamp, mid Harry
Keelfr prove* nioit entertaining In
the comedo r<jl?4., wlilje Vlda sopota.
having Jui-t come from the ranks or
operatic stavs, provide a great fav
orite with the audience.
PfcNN GARDENS.
Prize Dancing Con teat
Commence* Tonight.
Wh" promises to be one vt the
most hotly contacted prlne dancing
contests ever held In Washington will
commence tonight at * the Greater
I enn Gardana. where the chaniplon
ahlp of the Dialrlet of Columbia will
be derided. The m^'i'a'ment of the
Hardens Is offering gold cash prlireg
"jvery Monday. Wednesday and Prl
dtr nlf'ts, \vhea the tryoota will br
copdiicted On Monday, March 1. tin
rtualf will he hold, open onl> lo
the winner:, of th. ,h, ,rr.
otit night*. .
IWka Sw4el and Mm* D'Al?*re<
(>r*ried Bjr Audience In
Cfc?rBi?| Coatumm
fit# third Concert DiploiutUuue ?i
th* Bcliuiit Thtntti le?t evening pra
? tnltd two arll?t4 m fcju won immiiliate
fa?or, end alaj an audience whose
brilliant toilette* gave effectIvaneaa
to the ovctutlon. (or It ta seldom that
W arhlngton can have the formal
touch of charming costuming at it
concert because of the prevalence of
the afternoon for music In the Capital
I City.
[ Toscha Heldel. youthful, yet master
violinist, and Minn. D'Alvareg. Peru
vian contralto and auperb dramatic
artist, gave a delightful program In.
their Joint recital, with an artist at
the piano, Harry Kaufman. ? ho Is one
of the moat gifted accompanists that
have come to us in recent daya.
It was truly an ovation for the
young Rusglan, Tosilia Sfldel. Five
encores were demanded of lilm. three
at the close of his program. His alt
Is that of the virtuoso to whom tech
nical difficulties seem a Joy. but there
I* a wealth of depth in hi* music, in
the lone lie draws from hi* violin,
that thrills wltli Its vibrant and In
tense meaning. At the moment it
seems to be Seldel who is best tilted.
I by the character of his art, to suc
ceed to the place now held by Frlti
Krelaler.
**uad? Heart-.\eie.
And it nan Krelslrr who arranged
the Paderewalci '-Mlnuet" that ao de
lighted the audience thai Mr. HeUJel
had to lepeat It. How much of life,
of temperamental feeling and color
! la In thia lad! HIk Interpretations are
spirited, ever virile, arid with that
Russian feeling for melody that
rounds the heart-note in Its wail, itr
t>adn<--ss, arid Its beauty. .Such \ui>
the Chopin ''Nocturne," with it* rare
double stop.s those uccurate and rich
harmonies. The Tartinl Sonata was
given the full value of this exquisite
I composition. with color, depth, and
Impress! veness In all Its virtuosity, i
and an e>:?]ulsit* melody In the final j
three-four rhythm. For virtuosity j
and gypsy spirit, w ith a spark of the
whimsical in ea?e of delivery, the i
Hungarian Dance of Brahms and the .
"Zapateado" oi' Sarasate stood
forth. As (ncores. with* recall after
recall, Scldel played with great
charui the Go^sec "Gavotte." the j
"Turkish March" from the "Ruins of I
Athens," by Beethoven; "Schnnirfa- j
inarln" ol' Krelsler. and the "Gypsy
Airs" of Sarasate, spai kling with
harmonics, with btavut* passages of
every vloliniatic intticacy.
(rtsalsr < uuirallw.
Mine. D'Alvarex comes as a
atianger. She leaves behind the mein-j
01 y of a lnightj voice and vibrant
trapic personality, of intense din
n.atlc feeling and understanding In
her music. A genuine contralto. Mme.
'>'Alvarez holds always the intensity
of Mascagni's "Cavalleria.' Her "Air
de Uia," of Debussy, and the firanados
"I.a Maja Dolorosa" were revelations
? f this dramatic power In a voter
that rose to great heights and
breadth <4 vocal expression. Ten
derness there is also, as shown in the
?ong in Knglibh, "Homing," by <lel
Riego, art In the color of her "song i
dramas;" but with all it* wealth, the
?cria. from "Samson and Dallla." "Mon
U"oeur." was overweighted with
heaviness, was throaty.
I The three Spanish songs at the
[close were tilled with thia dramatic
| temperament of the south, filled w ith
* syncopation and a strangeness that
I 'his singer brings from her native
I land. Seldom do w e hear so rich a
[voice, with velvet vibrancy. It is
ever tragic, it is broadly dramatic,
ind memorable In its richness.
At the piano. Harry Kaufman was
II tare Interpreter, whose tone and
feeling made him one of the few
violin accompanists who give some
j thing individual even while entirely
I rj mpathetlc with the soloist,
j J. MacE
VALESKA SURAH OFF I
KEITH BDJUTH1S WEEK
Ow.ns to illness Valeska Suratth'is
been obliged to < anoel her engage
ment at B. F. Keith's Theater this
week. In place of her Manager Bob
bins has secured Xonette, the singing
violinisto and the new hit, "The
Girlies Club" featuring Bobbie Ber
nard and company. These make the
current bill one of nine acts' length.
WATER CHRISTENS SHIP.
PHILADHLrHIA. Feb. a.?Water
was used In the christening of the
j 7,S00-ton cargo carrier Blue Triangle,
[ named In honor of the war work of
Ihe Voung Women's Christian Asso
ciation, which was launched at I log
Island. Mrs. James Cushmjn, presi
dent of the National War Work Cou;i
ell, was the sponsor.
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"That's Dr. King's New Dis
covery for fifty years
cold-breaker."
NOTHING but sustained quality
and unfailing effectiveness I
can arouse such enthusiasm. '
Nothing but sure relief from ]
stubborn old colds and onrushing new
ones, grippe, throat-tearing cough*,
and croup could have made Dr. King's
New Discovery the nationally popular
and standard remedy it is today.
Fifty years old and always reliable.
Good for ?he whole family. A bottle
In the medicine cabinet means u short
lived (.ohl or cough. 00c and HI.'JO.
Regular Bowels Is Health
Bowel* that move spasmodic.?llj |
free one day and stubborn th^ ticxi
should be healthfully regulated by Dt.
King'* New I^e mile. In this way
cou keep the lifipuritiea of waste mat
ter from circulating through the kvs
tem by cleansing the howels thor.
oughly and promoting the proper flow
of bile.
Mild comfortable ,\et alwav* Hia
hie Dr. King's New Mf* rills -rorl
with precision without the coni'tips
tloe re?olt? o* violent purintl'' -
:<? usual at all 'Iri-gflfI
PERUVIAN ARTIST HELD
FOR SLAYING OF WIFE
I /
Sou ui 1 ornter Diplomatic Olicet
Mad Spread Report Spouae Has
Drowned at Sea.
KOtlK, l-'?b 'J.?LuUK Ignatius
a ftrwtuu painter. and suit
Of DI Uiiuuofl Meiontr, former sec
r'lwy at the I'fruvUu legation in
Hitj) city, is under arrest here on it
charge of having' murdered his wife.
Metones eloped In 11*17 with a
daughter of Attliio Simonetti. pro
prietor of op* of the beat known art
galleries in lionie, and a commander
In the Order ot (he Crown of Italy.
The parents of the girl objected to
tiie marriage, but alter the elopement
recognised It. It Is aaaerted that
M<-aoneji neglected hla wife, and that
in January. 1818. the latter disap
peared. Meaonea explaining she had
gene to Peru. l.ater he if aald to have
announced the ship in which aire had
railed had sunk and thai Slgnora
M'-aones hud been drowned
This story was accepted by the
wife's parents, who made no invert!
gallon, and the matter remained in
thai auitua until recently, when a
night watchman overheard a conver
HatIon between two men who said
Mesones' wife had been murdeied.
They ?aid. If Is averred, that her
body was "palmed off1' as that of one
Maria Hotellini, who, on January 4,
10IK, wan found dead on the Tiber
embankment. Hy Iter side was a re
viver. and in one of her pocket* was
a letter addressed to relatives in
Udlne. At that, time Austrian forces
occupied L'dine, and it was impossi
ble to conduct an inquiry among
her supposed relatives there.
The watchman went to the morgue,
obtained pictures of the suicide, and
showed them to Klgnor Simonetti. who
recognised them as likenesses of his
daughter.
DANIELS TO TESTIFY
ON MEDALS TOMORROW
The dispute over awards of navy
J medals will b<- resumed tomorrow
when Secretary Daniels soes before
J the Senate t'oinmlttee to tell his sltfc
I of it.
i Democratic members of the _otn
i inittee plan to ti\e Daniels an op
| portunity to deny that it was h?
who save Admiral Sims the now
famous order "don't let the Btltiali
pull the wobl over your eyes" Yin:
Secretary, it is expected, will a..<o
take the opportunity to deny Sims'
charge* ot pcncral Inefficiency in th?
, Navy Department which, Hlnis i ii j,
prolonged tlie war.
AMUS?MENTS
MeWnraHav. Feb II. i ISO
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ALL THIS WEEK
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Our Production Has Arrived
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That Joyous Parse
'No More Blondes'
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NIGHTIE NIGHT
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with Francis Byrne ?1. Wr?M
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WARWICK
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KNOWLEDGE"
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?LAVISH?
MID-WINTER
CARNIVAL
Favors
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| IMNCINU EVERY WEEK I
NIGHT 8 :.1fl?12 I
G A Y E T Y
ROSE SYDELI/S
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THK
SHEPHERD
OF
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IIIOM
Harold licll Wright's
Famous Novel
Overture ? "RltOLETTO"
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in the
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o%or rlrrfrla* IIkIi(?. I'upolnr price*.
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