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WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBEJl 12, 1909.
' NO. 8fc
L: OUT IN COUNTRY
Wr-r- " ? - '
Many Institutions '
? A Year Ago (he Rate of Increase
Was One OrganizStlon or Insti
t tution Every Other Day, Only
? One Half as Now, ?
NUMBER IS REDUCED TO 30
During the year that has pasted
since the International CongVesa on
Tuberculosis met at Washlngton^one
institution or organization for the
treatment or prevention of tubercu
losis has been established every day,.
- Sundays and holidays Included. ao-.l
cording to a bulletin of_the National j
Association for the btudy -ana pi
?i-mtim irf TBhyreaiwii. Bew
beds in hospitals or sanatoria -have
been provided also for every day of
the yea r.
' ,? A* year ago the rate of increase
-- ftfytnlnrlnn nr ln?ftlnftnn
?very othef- day, only one-half as fast
as now. Less than a year ago there
were 40 consumptives for every hos
. pital bed provided. Today (he cum
. has t^en reduced to 30, Nearly
20,000 beds are now provided in In
f* stltutlons for the treatment of con
? aumptlon. an increase of over 6,500.
r The number of special tuberculosis
dispensaries In the United States has
. more than doubled the number of
anti-tuberculosis associations has in
4 creased 68 per cent, and the number I
of hospitals and sanatoria 43 per]
v , cent.
la cm* hr?nch nt an tt-lUberCUlOSts
work, particularly emphasized by the
International Congrees, a signal ad
? vance has been made, that Is, In the
" provision of hospital see om mods-'
p ? Liona tor advanced cases. In . all
^?}o*xta of the country. State and mu
of tuberculosis, with the result
that .over 1,000 beds have been es
tablished in the past year. At the
present time there are, however, only
6,000 beds, and 75,000 advanced
? oases which ought to be in hospitals.
Fully 75,000 others could be treated
at home, but it would be safer for
the community to segregale them in
institutions.. . Every advanced case of
tuberculosis Is a center fr6M wntch
the disease spreads, and unless the
p&tlent is taught how to be careful In
his habits, snd t:flIC83 Iih lias Hie
proper home surroundings, hejjhould
be in a hospital, vrtiere he will not be
arlnenace' to Others.
- The National Association for the I
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis,
declares that at least 70,000 more
beds in hospitals are^eded for ad
vancecT caAOB "of i uuguiujJtiuu. ?
these are provided, tuberculoma can
not be wiped out. If everybody In
the United States gave $5 to provide
hospitals for the dangerous consump
tives, sufficient funds would be pro
cured to destroy forever the threat of
SAFE IN PORT
H?JRp?n Rtwid infL Will Co
on the Railways for Re
The schooner Gold Mine, Leroy
Pedrlck. muster, that ran orf a' log
near Pamllqa Heach a .few days ago
and waa sunk, has been raised. She
waa towed to thla port last night by
the tag W. F. Taylor. She irlll be
? placed on the railways at onoe for
the necessary repairs.
I : The disabled schooner received
great assistance In getting to this
port from "the schooners Ida V. and
? 1M ther llfhtered her and eii
- abled the boat to reach Etro lir
? ' ~ 1 ' ' ? f '? ' ? '
* New Advertisements .
-- ? ia Today's News ?
? J. L. O'QUlnn. Raleigh? -Bulb*. ?
? rTie?ap?ake Steamship Co. ?
? aum tmiiUmi KmHII> v. *
Sister Foresaw Murder
Womap's Death From Heart Dis
ease Proved Crime by Woman
Who^Had a Dream? "the "Mys
teriou? Woman in Black. ? - ?
ROUGH ON RATS IN COFFEE
Topeko,_ Nov. 1 1. ? Mf3. Mar) J.
Short, Topeka'a "mysterious woman
In Mack/' died auddeuly'October 25,
presumably of heart disease. Fred
Fanning has confessed that he put
rpugh on rats In her coffee that
qornlng. so that the few hundred
dollars she possessed would come to
The fact that there was- a murder
was rer?al?d to Mrs. Fannie Mather
of Seattle in a dream. She Is a sister i
of Mrs. Short and came here at once.
8he hired detectives, and within two
weeks they captured the murderer
and obtained a complete confession
of the crime. "?
' "For a week before I received news
of my sister's death I could, dot
sleepi" said Mrs. Mather. "I walked
the floor by day and tossed in dreams
at night. Constantly I saw In ""my
dreams a man who sought to Jnjure
"I did everything possible to throw
off the spell but, sleeping or awake,
the same nightmare was constantly
befpre mo until I nervous
wreck. I wrote Several totters to my
-card from her the. day oC-her death in
i which she said she was all right.
"This message did not reassure me
and 1 wrote again. 1 had just 'mailed
-4)h1s letter when I was handed a tele
gram notifying me of my sister's
death, and in less than an hour I was
on my way to Topeka. I. knew then
MM ? iftti rii -*Trt?^"r'Luiim?d^
although the telegram stated that my
sister had died of heart disease."
IlKTURNKD from trip.
Miss Bettle Harvey has returned
frotn a long trip-North and West as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fub.
ler. Miss Harvey cruised along the
Maine cosst aboard the yacht Thetis,
and visited Chicago. New York, and
other large cltUa. 1,
MOST DELIGHTFUL I>AXCK;
Last evening at the Elk's home a
subscription dance was enjoyed by
Italian band made the music (or the
dance and evei >one was ln_hlgh-glee.r
Following is the list of dancers: Mr.
Frank Bryan, leading, with Miss
Jones. MIhh Carrie 6jmmor.a with Mr.
\u-hUll, Mluu Mar? ? L'ImJm llHUHyil
with Mr. Willie Knight. Miss Patty
Baugham with Mr. H. McMullen,
Miss Isabel Carter with Mr. Horbert
Bonner, Miss Bessie ,Conoly with Mr.
Dave Carter. Miss MCCullers with Mr.
Simmons, Miss Dockery with Mr.
CaJlas." Miss Everett with Mr. Charlie
Hill. Misa Wright with Mr. Charlie
Morton, Miss Winnie Nicholson with
Mr. Davenport, Miss Katie Moore
with Mr. F. H. Worthy. Miss Julia
Moore with Mr. Edmond Harding,
Miss Mary Carter with Mr. DivrelLof
Raleigh. Miss Muse Blount with Mr.
IBB Aauue wmarey
wltk Mr."Betta, Miss Crawley with
Mr. Phelps; Mr. and Mrs. John Bra
gaw, Mlaa Tlllie Haughton with Mr.
John McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
C. Bragaw, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rod
man. Mri. James K. Hutton, Miss
Julia Hoyt; Messrs. Cliff Blakely,
John Suit til ,~~Heu r> Moore,- Hnr?ny
Bryan, Swindell and Warren.
AT THK GEM TONIGHT.
. The long program shown at the
Qem last night wan ? njoyable from
start to finish, and- the music was es
pecially good. The : picture -of the
two kids with the air rifle that
grandpa gave theffl was one of the
funniest er*r shown here. Tonight's
program Ullunii duull una of thn
finest e\er shown "in the city. ' The
grand scenery of Norway will be
shown in the fishing pictures, and the
thrilling drama "In the Day's of
Witchcraft" will please. Promptly
Lkt ?:?0 will take W?* M* 4mwI*c !
[for the beautiful Japanese cream and
sugar set purchased- - Irom A. O.
Biailher & Ctk i whlah Is this sfaak's
Uudia. ? R*i aura to rnrpa tonight ? ??u
lw?l mr*1fr* ?no ??<*? ?ah
I Inay get the set Tbe orchestra will
I play as us^al, and you will have a
| food time.
SHE m TELL
Theft Will Be Exposed
She Threatens to Reveal Story
of a Big Railroad- Robbery ?
A Quarrel Caused Her to
Brook Down. ? :
WOMAN MAN'S BETRAYER
? Cincinnati, O., Nov. 11. ? Mrs.
Jeanette Stewart. &1bo known as Mrs.
Ford, one of the women accused by
Charles L. Warrlner. defauUttig local
treasuMr_fll_the Big Four Railroad,
of ^having shared in his speculation
by blackmailing him, declared today
?a? wouid mi tha inside story
-of the 4641^U)Q theft whaq the cane
came to court. Mrs. Stewart denied
a&ekJtad ever received- money from"
The sudden breaking t?f her silence
was caused, according to her* by a
quarrel which she had with another
woqpan, who has also been mentioned
by Warrlner. This quarrel resulted
in the attachment of Mrs. Stewart's
furtniture today. The officers who
made the attachment were quickly
followed by the reporters; and In the j
stress of excitement Mrs. Stewart's
reserve broke, down. /
. President Indignant
Wilmington, Nov. ll.-*-Rep]ying
to strictures in loday'a New York
World by Mr. DuiiTap, staff corre
spondent of that paper with the pres
idential party here Tuesday, the4bl
lQwing paid telegram "was officially"
sent todafr: *
"The World. New York City: ? In
your issue of November 10 yopf ac
credited representatives to the 'Pres
ident's party represents* the Presi
dent as treating his reception at Wil
mington with marked discourtesy,
i uo Bt?t*mVxu xirroniFir^
tertainment committee brought to
'the attention of the - president the
"project for the development of the
Cape Fear river, outlining the
scheme of increastng^ttw depth of
water from 23 to- 30 feet, and your
representative says tfiat the Presi
dent looked at -the-river. then At the
committee, and retreated to the cap
tain's cabin and slept five hours. Such
a representation is a gross perversion
of the facts and injustice to the
Preeldent, no less than to ourselves.
I wish to say that Mr. Dunlap did not
accompany the presidential party, at
any of the functions in Wilmington,
and is reliably reported to have
spent the time in his apartments on
the presidential train. ? The Presi
dent was not affitreslfttr on the sub
ject of our local project, nor did he
sleep any part of the time while, on
the river trip, but In company with
Governor Kltchtn, Senator Overman
oltlssns, occupied the for*
??r<! dMk of tlu imp Uiroufhout th.
trip. Th? Praijdent lmp'reueil him
nif rm iii? witrntnn"- vt1* ?* iw
accredited representative discredit!
himself, but not tbe Preeldent."
"I never received a cent from
Chas. Warrlner," she said, "and - I"
never Rave any information to the
railroad about his shortage. It was
another woman that did it all; a
woman I thought was my friend. 1
koow fhcwbole story and i will tell
.it in court, too."
une o* the women Eaid to be in
volved in the case started to leave
Cincinnati tonight, but was advised
J>y detectives that if she le/t the city
her arrest vottidjollov. She then
abandoned the plan. '
At p/resent the question that is
?ali?Iug the railroad official?.^. "WIfa&
became of 96437000 which~S^arrlner
admits having stolen?"
Warrlner says-tie [o?t it In stork
speculation and in satisfying the dfir
mands of blackmailers, but that ex
planation Is nor satisfactory to the
offlclals. ? \
Warrlner say* he Is penniless and
his neighbors at his home In" Wyo
ming. Ohio, declare that he Is a sick
It is admitted by railroad officers
that Warrlner might have continued
l- ti n. Mritlft'r Inn* irrtoBnitelv if he had
not Been betrayed by a wompn. so
sr?*?t was his superior's confidence in
Woodmere, L. t, Sold
A Syndicate, Headed _By the
President of the Hudson Real
ty Company Made the pur
' chase Yesteiday. ? ; ? ?
SOMETHING NEW HERE
' New Yortc, Nov. 12. ? Big things
aro constantly being done in NeW
York City, but tho buying of a whole
town is something new even here.'
That is what a syndicate headed
by. Maximilian Morgenthau, presi
dent of the Hudson Realty Company,^
"3ld yesterday. The town' is WoOd
merer ou Uip Luuit Island Rail rota,
between Jamaica Bay and WoodflMM
Pay. Tho price AfraB waa $3.00t>,00jfc.'
Robert C. Burton soid the prOperfc\
through I/Ecluse, Washburn & Oft.
While Woodmere is mostly undqv^
oped, containing neither corner gro
cery. hotel nor meeting house, it h**
thirty-eight houses. It covers 250
acres of uplands and 150 $cres of
Residents of Woodmere and Its vi
cinity Include James McCrea, Wfjp
presldent of the Ix>ng Island Rail
road. and son of the president of the
Pennsylvania Railroad; J. H. Burto&\
bne of the two founders of the towh:
James Tlmpson; of the Mutual L.lfj9
Assurance Co.; Henry Zlegler, ptes*
deut of the Steinway Piano C tifc
George L. Stebbins. of ..the Produce
ftcchans? ; H aitman K. Brtns, n
hanker; Henry Otis Chapman, dr
chlteCt; John J. Livingston, electrfoal
r dntratf or : Daniel I?. naval ar
chitect; Arthur N. Peck and Edward
L. Smith. The new tunnels will draw
Woodmere within the thirty-five mint
ute. zone from Manhattan. The deal
tvas atf^tOf.tee the largest recor;
jn suburban realty.
Given at School Auditorium Tc
night? A Rich Treat Awaits
1'hose Wihj (jo.
? TI-i- Illniliju Oinjiiij^nii).!,!,. me
aec-oijd number In the Lyccnm lo'ursc. j
ditorium tonight. The doors open at
promptly at 8:30. No numbers will
bo interrupted after the performance
begins. Prices are 75 cent's for^re>
aei >tetl seats. flO mala gcucial adtula
sion, and 25 eenlsvfor children. Tick
eta for the course at $2.00, including
tonight's attraction, c&n still be pur
chased at Brown's drug store.
J. E. Williams, In the Daily Inde- i
pendent, Streator, III., says: The|
wrtter never attended a more thor
oughly en J oyablc concert than that
of the Hinshaw company at tKe
Streator Club last night. Not alto
gether for their splendid voices, be
cause their reputation makes us take
that for granted^ but because of the
genialtty, the e&ae.tha good nature,
\mcT wailir iiumaff loucn mat parvwF
ed the evening. Mr. Hinshaw does
not set his art on a pedestal and ask
his admirers to worship It with bated
breath from afar off. There la a
nearness, frlendllheas, about It Thar
makes it like the warm hand clasp of
an old friend. How did he do Jt?
Well, there was hla beaming face,
and big, manly personality to begin
with. Than he said: "We are going
to give you a Jolly program. I dQn^fc
know JufH^xhal-LLwIlI be, but we.witl
try to make It" fit your needs, which
we shall discover as we go along."
XhfiJLjie gate a little story of.eaclL
piece before It was sung, and hojr
much these explanations added to the
enjoyment cannot be over estimated.
? ? ? Every word, every ayllable waa
sung with a distinctiveness that car
ried the meaning straight- to the
head of the hearer, and If he had po
heart for music he enjoyed the story
anyway. * ? ? But the concept had to
eud. After the closing -number hstt
been %ung the audience refused to go
and the quartette from Rigoletto bad
"* i*no gun!,,!] '
1. Sextette (from Lucia di Lana
roermoor) DonlMtU. for
Qnarette by Dressier) .
. SAFETY BF -
Kingston is Cut Off
Is Grave Fear that Hurricane
Whicfi Started on Island Mon
day Will be Repetition of Storm
SHIPPING HAS SUFFERED
Halifax, Nov. IX. ? All communica
tion by. cable with Kingston. Jamii
ca, has been cut off and both cable
companies report that all land com
munication has been miapendeJ. ?
grave fear la entertained that the. un
usually heavy hurricane wtflch began
TlYers: "XTOhday Has reaehejl a destruc-"
tire cllmax-mttffr like the
earthqtfAke of & few years" ^po..
'there is extreme anxiety for the
aafetyof the people on the Island.
A devastating earthquak^_at this
particular season in Jamaica will do
enormous damage to crops and cause
great sufTerlug. Efforts are bein^ at
present made to get in touch with the
island by wireless, $s it is believed
the men will at once repair their sta
tion in hop? of getting in touch with
New York. Nov. 10. ? At tho office
of the Commercial Cable Company
today It ?a. said that the cable to
Hqlland Bay, Jamaica, was working
t)irt that the land lines to Kingston
were all down.
The Western Union Company re
ported that Its last cable to Jamaica
hfld failod. "Our scryit-e ? was first
interrupted Sunday noon after our
office there reported that a hurricane
was sweeping over the Island." said
General Manager Barclay. 'Wejcent
one cable working for awhile, but
that is gone now. \ye have no details
but think the hurricane caused the
shipping In the hafbors to drag Jts
anchors and these rBtteg UD the ca
?E. C. Sweeney; superintendent of
the French cable eompany, sa/T3:
"The only point* thereabout that |
our cables . now ..reach are In Cuba,
the Cape Haxiien station and Hol
land Cay. From this we gather that
thte hurricane h'as swe;>t most of the
? The varlflim- (.ou|d
give no definite news, but reports of
widespread and heavjr dyn^^e, ac
companied by considerable loss of
i;ie is posiiore \v);Pn communication
is restored. Coast wfW shipping un
D.C.W." Stiles Will Lecture1
in School Auditorium Mon
me citizens of the city will be af
forded a treat next Monday evenUxRf
City, who actuated the investigation
of the hook-worm and who is the au
thority In the United States on this,
as well as other sanitary subjects,
will deliver a lecture on tlw hook-~|
public school auditorium at 8 o'clock.
?The lecture will be given under the
auspices of the Woman's Betterment
Association. - 4 4 r
The question of the health of the
people concerns this noted- scientist
greatly and he Is devoting himself to
.matters along this line, especially _ln_
The opportunity to~lrea? so dis
tinguished a medical and sanitary
authority as Dr. Stiles, should be ap
preciated by our people, and all who
can should hear him. He Is doing
more for the people of the 8outh
than any other living man. The lec
ture will be free.
German >. fltrausa. Mrs. Hinahaw
B. Trio, "Holy Angels" (finale
^awt). Gounod. Mra. I
HinaJfi*. Mr. Hughe# and Mr. Htn- ,
6. Son*. "Torea'dor'a 8on?" (Car
Tmnfr Bt*et. Mr. Hinahaw. ?
7. Piano. "Spanish Caprice." Moa
Assembled New Berii
Mayor McCarthy Welcomes Del
egates to Second Annual Con
vention?Hons. J. H. Small and
'"SrsTSlann Make Addresses.
GO-OPERATION ONLY WAY
New Bern, Nov. *12.? Tbe second
annual convention of the North Car
? "r Drainage Convention was call
ed to order yesterday at 10 o'clock
by John Wilkinson, president of the
association. Immediately after the
president had ? announced ? that the
"couvontlon wad lh session, lie v. J. H.
Brown naked ntvino- ? h?i*^iTTgt - upon",
the delegates and the work before
Mayor McCarthy then addressed
the convention on behalf of the city
of New Bern, welcoming the* dele
gates within the gates and turning
Hie keys over to. them, bidding them
feel at home while* here and assuring
them that they had the earnest co
operation of this community In their
work. ? ?
After the appointment of the va
rious^ committees Hon. J. H. Small
of W ashlnfion made a strong ad
dress on the Question of drainage,
showing the needs of such a work,
and pleading with every citizen to be
come Interested and give this que*,
tlon his consideration and his co
[dress of Hon. W. M. Hays. n*sistHnL
jsecertary of agriculture, Washington,
D. C. Mr. Hays's address was made
from practical experience ? as it had
appeared to him from observation.
He sighted lands that onljr a few
years back was absolutely worthless
to the people owning it, but after it
had been properly drained It had be
come .^?e most valuable, lands in
said; were not j-onflned to any par
ticular sections of the country. It
I had been done in other parts of the
1 country and 'It could be' done here
and would be done if the delegates
of this convention "so decreed. Mr.
Mays advised All along in his remarks
the best course to pursue to accom
plish the best results.
The following cards have been re
ceived In'the city:
Mr3. Andrew Kean Leak
requests "the- honor- of your presence
at the marriage or her daughter :
Mr. Frederick Dudley Swindell
on the evening of Wednesday the
twenty-fourth of November,
J one thousand hlne hundred and nine
at eight o'clock
rz?i u- tfro" r'lTHt fi eativ terra xnillTirn
in the city of Richmond. Va.
Mr. Swindell is a promising young
lawyer in Wilson, and Is a son of the
late Rev. F. D. Swindell, and is a
couKtn of Mrs. A. s. Fuirord, of thitf
city. Miss Leak is a daughter of the
jate Judge Leak, of Richmond, and
is a most accomplished and lovely,
young woman. The young couple
will be at homejn Wilson, N. C.. af
ter an extended tour after the tenth
Hon. s. S. Mann, of Swan Quarter
followed Mr. Hays, addressing [he
convention on "Co-operation as tlie
' I - 1 4.1. , . .1 llraiuak''.
Problera." Mr. Mann's address was
" ' :I,K TTP I?*yrfrf? ;
ed to work of ono man draining for
nl-i own Interest ami -Haw
mueh gr*ar<^ would b* the r**<m-fF
?very man io be benefitted by such
B fir ** ? to'fauld coaiia ? together ? nn+i ?
The Inauguration of _Prpsident
Wright, of Eastern Carolina Training
School, takes place in Greenville to
day. 'Our neighbor has made elabor
ate preparations for this occasion.
The reaMenc* of Mr. John G. Bra
gaw. Jr.. East Main street, ia nearlng
CARD OF THANKM.
To Management Washington A Van
detnere R. R. , Washington, N. C.
I sppeHuwUj1 M eapreaa
lnff the thanks df the resident* of the
'Aurora section who rlslted the COrn
Judging show at Washington, N. C.,
laat Wednesday for the kind,, and
"Tourteotif ^freatment extended them
tralo for one hour, to enable tho peo
ple to react their hpato the s*m?
s??alag. ? Thaahleg yeu a'gaia, I >??
UIIUU I u
He Kept It a Secret
Adolphus Pasterfield Acciden
tally Kills His Guest and Friend
Joseph Pritchard? The Boys
SON MISLEADS HIS PARENTS ?
Elizabeth City. Nov. 11. ? Josepfi",
the 16-year-old son of Frank Pritch
ard of tUji Berea section. thU county,
was accidentally shot and killed here
yesterday by Adolphua. the 16-year
old son of J. H. Pasterfleld. of this
city. .The two boys .were_out gun
ning near the baseball panjjnd from
PafiLfirfleld'a account he was standing
on a turf just in the act "of shooting
when Ms fodt 'fcirpp^r, dig. ? "
charging the entire contents of the ,
double-barreled shotgun 'into the
body of young P^tchard, killing him
Pasterfleld went home and told his
parents that Pritchard. his guest and
companion, had left him. and tie did
not know where he had gone. Not
until 9 o'clock last night did his par
ents persuade him to state the where
abouts of his companion, and upon
search the. lifeless body of young
Pritchard was found wh?i?e It, --.had
lain four or five hours.
Gaiety Last Night
Washington's new moving picture
theater. The Gaiety, opened last
night under the most favorable cir
cumstances. People were eager to
see the new playhouse and from the
time of the opening to the close pa
trons crowded and packed the house
to the doors. Many were denied the
?pleasure of witnessing the perform
ance .due fo'the rll^?^1! m. first 9**- . ~
formauce wjts most rredltable. and If
the management continues to exhibit
such a high class attractions as !???
night, they can have every assurance
of a generous patronage.
Messrs. Aronson and Browne* the "
proprietors of the Gaiety, not only
afforded the citizens a chance to wit
ness a 'high cla'sa picture show but,
in addition, presented. each lady with J "
h lovely carnation as a souvenir.
i-.pw liir.it er i ajj'irn be ;uf
passed jr. this section of ^the State
pointment. Special attention has
been' paid to the interior. The dec
oraticcut and color schcroa are attrac
tive and pleasing. Running around
ll r- ?n;. f.i ill.. .hn iUlir.c- i. n
I fox hunt and on the sides can be seer.
I panel pictures, representing dancing
girls and Oriental views. The color
scheme is green and red? *a moat
In addition?to the decorations. a
new electrical piano "?ifi-*heen in
?aialleri at the main wntrannn, A largo
electrical Fign Is also to be placed.
The ? entire building ? re ? fltujd "with ?
every up-to-date device for the suc
cessful exhibition of- a first-class
show. Miss Kelly will be the efficient
pia^tst. and Miss Dail. ricket. seller.
Mr. Floyd Bridges fs~?Tie~ operator.
and opera chairs provided. No \T?
itor need have any apprehension he
canr.ot see or hear. Every' precaution
has been made to conform to the law
as to safety. The operating room Is
lined with asbestus and metal.
Messrs. Aronson'and Browne state
they will exhibit only first-class pic
lures. those suitable for ladies and
children will have their special atten
tion. There will be nothing Bhown
suggestive, but all will be elevating
and meritorious. No pictures will be
i put on canvass that has been out
I over five weeks. Of this fact the pa
firnrwof the Gaiety can rest assured.
Mr. fe. S. Aronson and Mr, O. R. "
Browne, of Henderson, are the man
agers of the Gaiety. They are wan
ning similar attractions at Green
ville, Oxford, and Henderson, and
come to Washington highly endorsed
They are old hands at the business.
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