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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

WEATHER FORECAST Fair today; gent?o to mod?rate south to southwest winds. The COTTON MARKET U>eal Spots.9 1-2 c VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY, MORNING MAY 4,1915. NUMBER 96. MAY HOLD i RESPONS LOSS OF ? WILL ANNOUNCE NO DEFI-j NITE POLICY UNTIL RES PONSIBILITY IS PLACED U. S. HAS ORDERED A RIGID INQUIRYl Probably Demand Indemnity of Germany if Proven Subma rine Attacked Steamer. Washington, May 3.-Ponding an of ficial investigation into tile circum stances surrounding the Wrecking of the American steamer Gulf Light in the English Channel, tho United States will defer diplomatic representations UH well us any pronouueement of policy. American ''on&ul Stephen^ at "Ply mouth. England, cabled an official notification that the Gulf Light was torpedoed, her captain died of heart rhilur?, und two Bailors drowned. .Secretary Bryan said he would ask for thorough, complete report from thc consul, and would direct Ambassador Gerard at Berlin to make a similar inquiry of the German g...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

SOUTHERN RY. ISSUES EINANICIALSTATEMENT Showing Marked Decrease in In come--Large Amount Spent for Improvements. Washington, May 3.-The results of operation of Southern Kuilwuy com pany, for the months of Mun h. 19ir, and 1914, and for the period of nino months this year and lust year, ex elusive of interest, rentals and other income charges, were announced by Comptroller A. H. Plant today as fol lows: Qross revenues, March. 1915. $">. 2*0,249; March 1914. $C,0G4.697 : de crease, $774.348. or 12.77 per cent. Operating expenses, taxes and un collectible railway revenue. Mardi. 1916, $4,086,977; Mardi. 1914, 14. 745,801; decrease, $708.824, or 14.94 uer cent Operating income, March. 1915. $l, 253,272; March, 1914. $1.318.790; de crease, $65,624, or 4.97 per cent. In addition to the foregoluK operat ing expenses, the company spent dur ing the month for improvements to tts roadway and structures, $743, 166.76, as against $244.599.28, for March, 1914, an Increase of $498, 666.47. Corr...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

************ V*************** ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS Items of Interest ?nd Persse sj Mention Caught Over tho Wireless on the Streets of Anderson ************* ** ************* Musical at Double Springs Wednesday, A musical will bo given at Double Springs school Wednesday evening, under the auspices of the literary so ciety of tho school. Tho public ls cordially invited to attend. A nomi nal -admission fcc will bc charged, o Mullina* Sells Carmen Uniforms. The J. A. Mulllnax Tailoring House, of Which Mr. U. G. Salla is manager, was awarded the contract for tho new uniforms for the motormen and conductors of the local street railway system. This Is one of the most up to-date tailoring establishments in the city. . o - Escaped Gang and Caught Stealing. Roy Watson, colored, who was sent out to work on tho streets recently for 60 days, and who made his escape last week, was arrested yesterday af ternoon on charges of stealing ll pounds of meat from a local broker. ? The negro was given ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1K6?. Published every morning except ! Monday at 140 Weat Wbltner Str. i t, Anderson, H. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Publisned Tuesdays and Fridays Entered ns second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the pout omeo nt Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act o? March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES I Telephone .321 SUBSCRIPTION KATES DAILY One Year .$r..'to Six MonthH . 2.50 ! Three Mnntha . 1.35 One M u.th .42 I One Week .10 I SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Year .11.50 ? HIx MouthH .76 The Intelligencer la delivered by carriers In tho city. Look nt the painted label on your paper. Tho dato thereon HIIOWB whan tho subscription expires. Not lee dati on label carefully, and if not correct please notify us at once. Subscribers doslrlr* the address of I eir paper changed, will please stat? their communication both tho old and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, cont ains* of. non-delivery In the city of Anderson should be made to the Circulation Department before ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

WE'RE PROUD JO SELL GENUINE PALM BEACH SUITS because They Give Satisfaction. We carry in stock Slims, Stouts and Regu lars in several different models and collars. We Invite Your Inspection Before Buying. T. L. CELY CO. TENNIS We are sole agents for Spalding's Tennis and Base Ball goods. t (See Window.) Faut* sBook Store AIM TO SEND FIVE HUNDRED DELEGATES Andmon District of Methodist Church Planning for Spar tanburg Meeting. Hail Fell in Large Quantities in Sec tions of County Sun day. Tue Anderson district ol the Meth odist church plano to have a regular light brigade at the Wesley Bible Class Federation in Spartanburg July 19-21. This is an exceedingly targe delegation, and lt seems likely that .thia number will go. for whn the things is carefully thought over it ia seen that th? St: John'a church with the backing of the other churches of the district can easily supply this number. The o'an to have five hundred dele gates at Spertanburg originated with Rev. John W. Speake, when he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

The Phosphate in Princine Makes it Healthful/' -says MISS punaT THE Princine formula calls for pure phos phate as thc principal ingredient. That's why this new, better baking powder is so healthful. It adds nutritive value to all baking. Princine PURE PHOSPHATE Baking Powder insures success every time. Biscuit and alt* other kinds of baking raised with Princine always keep better, taste better and arc perfectly digestible. 41 Pure!"says Alfred W.McCann.food expert of NcwYork "Excellent!"says Prof. Lewis B. Allyn of Westfield, Mass. Princine (.*?? In h.ndled rup?--'4 lb . I Sc; 1 lh...V)c. United Piont Kkltlnr Coupon! In cry rup. If >M c.n'l fri Prlncinr lt your grocrr'i, . md hil ??me ind rtrrlte ? 2ot.lMpte, nr tend ISe lor H lb. cup. Mit! PlinclM'i Ditcuit Recipe lite upoi. rrquc.l. Lttk f?r tht Princitit Shr./ al Tour Grocrr'j Thc Southern Manufacturing Co., Richmond, Va. 2H Styles ror Summer Have Changed NEW SHIRT WAISTS A shipment of the very latest things in pretty shirt wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

In addition to the n trading. At the stroll the hour advertised. Mrs. Th Infants and Childrens Drop Stitch Hose, Hour *1 sale, pair.AC Mennen's Borated Talcum Powder, regular 25c value. Hour sale .. . .?7C Ladies Hemstitched Lawn Handkerchiefs, value C?? 5c, Hour aale 3 tor ....?Iv White Pearl Buttons, good quality. Hour sale, 9f* dozen.AC 1 lot Ladles Belts in Patent leather and Silk, O . Hour sale.?v 1,000 yards 18-in Embroid ery, vaiue i?c, Hour ?y _ salo..# C 10 dozen Ladies Silk Petti coats, values up lo *ffj?_ $1.50, Hour sate .. ? 400 yards Brown Linen, value 10c, Hour O _ sale. lany values which wi :e of each hour from Please remember tl rifty! M)c*Jo:Ktolij 1 lot Ladles Muslin Draw ers, trimmed in lace and em broidery, value 25c- 1 P _ Hour sale.IOC Ladles Fine Muslin Corset Covers, value 25c, Hour Bale. 15c 1 lot Childrens Muslin Pants, regular 16c val- Q ^ ue, Hour sale '..OD 1 lot Ladles Muslin Gowns neatly made and trimmed, value 35c, Hour 1 sale.1S7C x iui umie? BiuBii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 May 1915

.11,111.w?^^ IJOU THEATREI This Theatre is under the old management and the high class UNIVERSAL Service will be shown I 4 REELS ADMISSION I r Today's Progri^rrT 1 ? I "A WM Irish Rose" "A Mixed-Uj E?opement" f g A two-reel Society t rama with Clio Madi- NE? TOR ^ jj son and Joe King. A Great Comedy with Rhodes and Billion ?? I FOURTH REEL TO BE SELECTED 1 ?BIJOU TH EAT ?J. D. McCullough, Mgr UNIVERSAL llliilllllllllllllllllllllillllllllll SERVICE lillie j Paramount Th??tre o D A Gentleman qf Leisure'1'1 A Lasky-Paramount Feature in Five Reels. This is a beautiful picture; well up to Jhe Paramount standard. * _;_ Paramount Motto: "The truth in sn|ali things the same as in large." Robert'Warwick at The Anderson today. AUlilUrJILt PAKAUE APROPOS Cli??TAUQ?? WILL TAKE PLACE NEXT FRI DAY AFTERNOOON IN STEAD SATURDAY TICKETS GO FAST Up Until Last Night 544 Ticket* Had Been Sold for Ap p.'ceching Attraction. Up until Inst night the salo ot tick? eta for tho redpath Chatauqua, which will b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 May 1915

WEATHER FORECAST Fair today; gent?o to mod?rate south to southwest winds. The COTTON MARKET U>eal Spots.9 1-2 c VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY, MORNING MAY 4,1915. NUMBER 96. CHINA R JAP DE NOT OF REFUSAL PRECLUDES ANY FURTHER CONVER SATION ON THE SUBJECT ?S PREPARING FOR DEFENSE OF PEKJNG One Hundred Thousand Troops Concentrated at Pekin Japanese Subjects to Leave City. o o o o <? o n o o o o n o o < o ooo' o HENOS POSITIVE REFUSAL o o TO JAPANESE DE MA .\ DH o <i London. May 1.-A 'I ?mei) Tokio n o dispatch Hays: "We ure author!- o (? ifvely informad that tin? tone of o o Ihr Chinese reply to Japan pre? o o ehi<!;'s furl lier conversai ions, o <? Chiiin not only refuses lo concede o ?; o article five, hut (ines so in Inn- o.j. o guage distinctly provoca!Ire." o a o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ? > o o o landon. May A.- A Central Mows Tokio dispatch/saya it is learned the cabinet in special session, decided to!' Bend an ultlinnti'in to china. The dla- ! I patch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 May 1915

HEALTH AND HAPPINESS DAY S A Big Feature of Chautauqua Week I x Ttvo Great Lecture*? by ^ DR. CHARLES E. BARKER I = 1 = ?- X 'X Who was physical adviser to President Taft X ? during his administration in Washington. X I THIRD DAY OF THE CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM i .X J| Morning Lecture on "Happiness." |?j ^ Afternoon Lecttire on "Health," with demonstrations || J| of health giving physical exercises. ^ Chautauqua Week May 10th. to 17th. HOMES OF INDIVID UALITY Are Easily Attained When You i, Give the Proper Attention - and Consideration "to the Critics say we've a knack for picking out pret ty Wall Papers lit Strength of Beauty, Style, Va riety and Lowness of Price, Our Showing of This Season's Wall Papers Surpasses the Finest of Any Pre vious Exhibit. Advice and Sug gestions Cheerfully Given. Prompt Service-Compe- . tent Workmen. Guest Paint Co. t Phone 48 Sheaffer's Self \ Filling Non Leakable Pen We are the -exclusive agents ifor Anderson for this celebrated Fountain Pen. It is undoubte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 May 1915

TEN MILLIONS ARE STARVING IN PW And Three-Fourths of Villages Destroyed, Says Report o' Poliah Relief Society. London, May 4.-"Ten millions of persons In Poland are facing starva tion and three-fourth or the villages and towns have been destroyed." ls thc report made to thc Polish Relief society, organized in Lon ion under the leadership of Mtss Laurence Alma Tadcma. tho novelist, daughter ot the celebrated En&'Jsh painter, through agents who have recently returned from Poland. Miss Tadema and her associates in the relief mov< neut have taken of fices in London ind issued an appeal for funds to relieve the Polish war bufferers. Plans for thc administration of tho relief have not been perfected. There ls already a central citizens' commit tee organized in Warsaw under tho leadership of Prince Czelwertynski, but it has not yet been decided wheth er the English relief workers will avail themselves of this organization or effect their own relief committee In Poland to cooperate w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED I s<?0. Published every morning pjtcepi Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer ut 140 West Whltner Street, An derson. S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY LNTELLK?KNC El Published Tuesdays and Fridays Entered ns second-class matter April 2S. I?M4. at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, und'T thc Act of March 3, 187U. ASSOCIATION l'itioss DISI'A rein:.; Telephone .321 SUBSt'BIPTIOBI BATES DAILY One Year .$B.OO Six Months . 2.60 Three Months . 1 '.'.'? One Month .42 One Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .%\ .','? Six Months .7fi The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers in the city. Look at the painted label on your paper. Tho date thereon shows when tho subscription expires. Notice ?late on laliel carefully, und if not correct piense notify us ut once. Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will jilease state In their communication both thc old and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city of Anderson should...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 May 1915

HOW WE WASH We wash your clothes by the use of soft water-pure soap and exact scientific methods. There is no guesswork about our washing process, every thing is done by rule and meas ure, and work that ls right in color and purity cannot but be the result. Drop in sometime, look over the modern machinery afd pVo cesBCS we use all through our plant. ANDERSON STEAM LAUNDRY PHONE 7. STICK A FOItK IN THE BOAST you get at this market and Bec the juice follow. That's because the meat is from young, tender cattle. HATE ONE NEXT SUNDAY when ali the family have time to en Joy it as they should. You'll find yourself wondering what you will do with that Dottie of appetite tonic. There certainly will be no need for it If, you buy your meat here. The Lily White Market J. N. LINDSAY, Proprietor. Phone ?94. , ll Bye and Bye Leads to the house of never. Begin now, save s part of your earnings Continuous Savings will soon count up when deposited in the Savings Department of The Bank of Anderson The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 May 1915

Palmetto Theatre Today's Program Dave Newman's Musical Comedy Co. Will Present A Funny Farce Comedy Movies for Today "MOLLY OF THE MOUNTAIN" Bron cho Two Reel Rrama "THE ONCE OVER" Beauty Drama N. B. Beginning today, we will open at 3:30 Po M, and have only one show in the afternoon. The Bi J O U TODAY'S PROGRAM "UNDER THE TABLE" L-Ko A two reel coni?dy with Hank Mann, Gertrude Selby and Reggy Morris. Don't fail to see this-it's a scream from start to lt nish. "WHEN THE SPIDER TORE LOOSE" Laemmle. A strong drama with Frank Loyd and Helen Leslie. Fourth Keel To Be Selected 4 BIG REELS 10c Coming Tomorrow "The Black Box." Read the story in The Intelligencer and see the picture at the Bijou. Economy, simplicity and efficiency makes the Ford a universal utility A utility because it Serves everybody-doctor, farmer, salesman and banker. In every business, or a pleasure car, the Ford proves reliable and economical. Low tirst tost--$60 less than last year, and the plan of Sharing profits wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1915

?KATH KU FOKfcCfA?T Fair today and Friday; light vari ultli> winds. Intelligencef COTTON MA Uk KT I AK ul Koola.!? 1-2 0 VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1915. NUMBER 9a CLAIM SUCCESS OVER RUS S?IANS IN GALICIA AND BRITISH IN FLANDERS ALLI?S PROGRESS IN bADANELLES Conflicting Reports From East Make Judgment on Situation There Impossible. o 00*0000000000'?00000 ll o V ttl '.SSI AX DEFEAT SK KM S u o WORSE THAN EXPECTED o i? - o o Lui 11 lon. May .*>.-The extent of o 0 thc Austro-Gcrman victory in the o o Carpathians was indicated in a o u Gorman official communication by o o tho (statement that the third fortl- o o lied line of Russians had been o o pierced, that thc Russians were o o beginning to evacuate their posl- o o tions (southwest of Dukin and that o 0 more than thlrtv thous.md F<us- o o niau prisoners were taken. o O- . i'' . ooooooodooooojoooooo London, 'May 5.-The official report today claims victory both over thc Ituewtans in west?rn Galicia and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1915

THE LOTUS -va [HE lotus flower, a symbol of beauty and poetry to the Chinese, furnished the basis for developing the most charming, little hat ever graced by the Vogue label. The white silk crown with its oriental bead effect, the soft velvet band and the delicate lotus flower blend cunningly and wonderfully. The total ts a Vogue model startling in its smartness and originality. Surely THE LOTUS will delight you; do come and see it. Moore-Wilson Co Comb Sage Tea in Lifelesb, Gray Hair H Mi- d With Ssjlphuf h Darkens i So Naturally Nobody Can * Tatt. CJrandmoUmr kept her hair beauti fully darkened, glossy and abundant .rith a brew ot Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair fell out or took na that dull, faded or streaked ap pearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful ocect. By asking at any drug sotre for "Wyeth's Bago and Sulphur Compound," you will get a largo bottle ot this old-time recipe, ready to use, for about 50 cents. This sin vie mixture can be lepended upon 13...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1915

ALICE NIELSEN Prima Donna Soprano of the Metropolitan and Bost IN RECITi4tJ ? Opera Companies ON THE LAST NIGHT OP Greatest Mus For An! The Redpath Chautauqua Feature Ever Announced Chautauqua Program s Worth All That Ii Asked For a Season Ticket Mi? Nielsen Will Arrivl[Here In Mer Private Car, Which Has Been Named the "Alice ENeilsen" by the Pullman Palace Cai Co. Chautauqua \?eek May 10th. to 17th, Afternoon and Eve mg Programs of the Pallar?a Band OF CHAUTAUQUA WEEK Francesco Pallar?a and Hit Band The programs which will be rendered here day of Chautauqua week will be aa follow* (subject AFTERNOON PROGRAM 1- March, Redpath, by Pallar?a . o 2- Overture. Il Guarany, by Gomez 3- Aisha, Indian Intermezzo, by Lindsay 4- Southern Star Overture on Southern Melodie, by Mahl '?-The Dance of the Serpents, by Boccalari MJ*Tm KMI^SrlOJV 6- Cavalry Charge (descriptive fantaisie), by G. Lueders; arranged by L. P. Laurer.deau. SYNOPSIS-Morning of thc batt!?; Infantry la heard approaching: with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISH Kl) 186?). Published ev?-ry morning except Monday by Tin- Anderson Intelligen cer st 140 Went Whinier Stree!, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesduyn und Fridays Entered UH sccniid-clas'H mattel April '?H. 1914, at the post office al Anderson, South Carolinu, under th?: Act of March :\, 187??. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH EH Telephone .:i:M MrilStHII'TION KAT KS . DAILY One Year .$5.00 Six Months . L'.OU Three Months . 1.25 One Month .4i One Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.60 Six Months .75 The Intelligencer la delivered by enrrlers in the city. Look at the painted label on your paper. The dato thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and if not correct please notify us ut once. Subscribers desiring the address ol their paper changed, will please state In their communication both the old and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery in the city of Anderson should be made ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1915

i n . Styles - Foi* Have Summer ichan^ed -J NEW SHIRT } ?AISTS A .shipment of the very'latest tl rigs in pretty shirt \vaists has just arrived; be sure to see ti sse.. PALM BEACIH Palm Beach Suits and Separate These are "nifty" and cool. MID-SUMMER MI LLINERY If you bought your summer hatleiriy, you now have the opportunity of buying a Milan Harp, Panarr.n or some of the later mid-summer hats which! ? re arriving now. We also have the new wings and pomfcjjrns, etc., for trimming the new smart, white hats for midsummer. DRESS GOODS Dimities, Piques, Emroidered Ottindies ,in all their beauty and daintinessTiWe i ?{how them to you. SUITS klrts have just come In. AT 1-3 C*F Eat ?y Season Coat Suits and T of!. Mrs. B. Grajees McCall Pait Jrk ored Hats at one thud ndles, etc., are in now, We will be pleased to Boyd YOUR Parched am Dying 62-Phone~261 . . ' ? < ?; r. . .. .. For Rubber Mose, ALL GRADES . . . '. t .- ?. ?. ? *. V. . . . . . Sprinklers, Nozzles, ETC. Sullivan Hardware Co. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1915

Italian Tenor Who Will Sing al Our Forthcom injj Chautauqua SIGNOR GIUSEPPE BARTOLOTTl SIGNOR GIUSEPPE RAUTptOTTA, the Ration tc mr who Is to sing at the Redpath Chnutuuqun tn this city, has won ville distinction as a concert singer both in Europe nm! America. He ins sung at the fore ini.-i concerts in England In conjunction with > >me of the most fa tuous artists. Including l'utt). Melba, Kubullk, Pnder?ji ski and others. He ls.a Neapolitan hy birth and studied for som? years ni tho Conservatory of Naples. The remarkable range and power of lils bead! fut tenor voice ure a revelation of the overwhelming superiority of the Ital an tenor in operatic Hinging.' Ile gains Immediate favor with the most n nut h ct lc audiences. To hear bini tn to he convinced that bc possesses every rciulslt . of a great singer ?tage presence, excellent style ami enunciation ami a dr matle power and In tensity equal to the great opera star.-?, lie ?IUK? with U ie brilliance, fire and abandon and wond...

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