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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAYJULY SO, 1S90.
NEWS AND G03S11' ABOUT THEATRES
Tho ClosliiK Week of the Summer Opera
at AIIiiiurU's A Benefit to Ittlss Ln
mont Gossip of the Local Thcntros.
No one could complain at tho manner in which
the Lamont Opera Com jinny rendered "Patienco"
nt Albnugh's Inst week. In no oporn yet given
by tho company hnvo tho parts seemed Individu
ally better adopted to tho members or tho cost
than in this fanciful crcntton or Gilbert una Sul
livan, and personal merits were combined
with gracclul ndlnlty to produce a har
monious whole. MIS3 Lamont in tho tltlo
rOlo did her best work of tho sonson. Sho pre
sented a chnrmlntr embodiment of tho guileless
country lass, nnd rendorcd her rauslo with a
freedom from studied effects which might bo
utilized to good advantage in other of her parts.
Miss Hnnley made a typlcnl Lady Ait0cla, and
Miss Mabclla Bilker ns Ladu Jane added to tho
high opinions achieved for her reliable work.
Tho gentlemen of tho cast wcro all excellent.
Mr. Do Lnnge's Jiunthornc wns grcntln tho sense
that such a pnrt enn admit or greatness. Ills
personations always possess tho merit of origi
nality, and his conception of a character withal
never loses a tithe of tho jiatent humor of tho
librettist. It was so with his rOlo last week.
Mr. Lloyd Wilson as Grosvcnor and Mr. Brode
rick as Calvcrlcu were both at their best, and tho
same may bo said or Messrs. Clark and David.
Tho chorus wns strong, nnd showed moro famili
arity with the work they had to do thnn wns tho
caso in tho opera of the preceding week.
The 1a.st "Week of Summer Opera.
Tho long and successful summer opera season
at Albaugh's will bo brought to a close at tho
end of this week. Mrs. Lamont nnd her comjiany
hnvo given a very creditable series of entertain
ments, considering tho very moderate jirlccs
charged, and tho public appreciation has been
well Bhown by tho steadily large attendances.
Entertainments of this character amid tho cool
and pleasant surroundings at Albaugh's are
really something to bo crrateful for by tho thous
ands who aro compelled to remain in the city
rtnrintr t.hr wnrm months. Tho closing week of
tho season will be given up to another Gilbert
and Sullivan opera, "Tho Pirates of Penzance,"
which not a few regard aB tho most enjoyable
and meritorious ot tho operas of the famous
collaborators. Miss Lamont will bo tho Mabel,
Mr. DeLange the Major General. Mr. Broderick
tho Richard, the pirate chief; Miss Hnnley tho
EdUU, and Miss Baker tho Ruth. Tho details of
the performance will bo carefully looked after.
A Benefit for Bliss Luimout.
Tho friends of Miss Helen Lnmont liavo de
cided to give that popular artist r. benefit at
Albaugh's a week from to-morrow night. Miss
Lamont has thousands or well-wishers hero who
will be glad of this opportunity to show their
appreciation of her, and it Is expected that Al
baugh's will be crowded in every part on Mon
day week. Among the features of the enter
tainment will be a short concert by tho Maiino
Baud, which will be followed by a performance
of MilWccker's beautiful opera, "Tho Black
Hussar." All the members of Miss Lamont's
company have kindly consented to remain hi
tho city in order to appenr in tho opera. In ad
dition Donnelly nnd Girard. tho comedians of
"Natural Gas," will upoear, and Messrs. Tim
Murphy, Hub Smith, nnd E. B. Hay will render
the "Kaiszle Dazzle" song. Numbers of other
professionals have volunteered to appear. Tho
programme will bo excellent throughout. Tho
sale of seats will begin noxt Thursday morning.
IN THE LOBBY.
"What is wanted In Washington for summer,"
said a locnl theatrical man on ono of tho hottest
nights of last week, as he sat in a cool corner
under an electric fan, mopping tho perspiration
from his ilorld countenance with one hand and
toying with a glass of a pale-amber-colored iiuid
with tho other, "is a roof garden on the plan of
tho Now York Casino. Tho man who starts an
institution of that kind in Washington and runs
it properly will make a fortune. Ho will havo
to keep admission prices down to a reasonable
figure, conduct the place so thnt gentlemen will
not boafruld to take their wives and ramilics
there, and give concerts that aro fairly good.
Why couldn't the roof of Albnugh's bo used?
Thnt's .lust the placo lor It, but it would cost
523,000 to lit it up, nnd in tho present condition of
than projicrty the financial difficulties couldn't
be very well overcome. The walls of tho opera
house are plenty strong enough to stand nil tho
weight that could bo got on them. But tho pres
ent roof would have to betaken oil' and iron
girders put in, and The walls would hnvo to bo
built up to form parapets nil around for salcty.
Then elevators would havo to bo put in, as you
couldn't get people to climb to tho roof. Think
what a delightlul placo it would bo up on that
roof such a night as this ! There would always
bo some breeze stirring, and tho White House
grounds in irontand tho view to the river and
over the city would bo line. Such a roof gardon
would bo a grand success if it could bo built."
Mr. John Philip Sousn, the talented and distin
guished looking leader of tho Marino Band, is at
work sketching out another now opera, with a
view to Do Wolf Hopper's season of 1802. Hop
per's compnny rehearsed "Tho Wolf," tho opera
which Mr. Sousa sold him last winter, during
the last two weeks of Juno, under tho direction
of Mr. Sousa. who went to Now York lor tho
purpose. At that time tho business or "Castles
In tho Air" at tho Brondway Thcatro showed
signs of falling oif, and Hopper thought of put
ting "Tho Wolt" on to replace it ns soon us pos
sible. Whllo "Tho Woll" was in rehonrsnl, how
over, tho business of "Cnstles" picked up again
and has been good over since "Tho Woll" will
bo put on in February in Cleveland. Hopper is
onthusinstie about It. Mr. Stevens, his manager,
who is ono ot tho coldest-blooded men In tho
protesslon In matters of this kind, is satisiled
that It will bo a "go," and tho author is alto
gothor pleused with tho outlook for "The Wolf."
Mr. Sousa has been arranging tho orchestration
for Francis Wilson's new ojieru, "Tho Merry
Monarch," which will bo brought out at tho
Broadway Theatre on tho 18th of August. Tho
score of thoopern is by Clin brier, who ranks very
high as a coinjiosor in Franco, and Woolson
Monso, and tho book Is by.T. Cheover Goodwin
nnd Francis Wilson himself. Mr. Sousa says tho
music is strikingly original and of a character
that Mr. Sousa believes Is bound to catch tho pub
lic ear at once.
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Manager Kernnn has a number or ideas m his
busy brain for tho improvement of his well-con-duoted
theatre on Eloventh street, but ho will
not carry any of them out until next summer.
Ho wishes to waitaud see how the erection of
tho now City Post Ofllco building will affect
things In his neighborhood across tho Avonuo
before entering on any extonslvo plun of im
provements. Mr. Ivernan's house will bo lur
blshed up generally on tho Inside before It Is re
opened, and tho first four rows of orchestra seats
will bo raised n little, so thnt the occupants of
them will not miss anything that is going on on
thostiige. This Improvement will bo appreci
ated by thiiso who aro fond of tho "halcl-liead"
rows. Kernan's will bo reopened on tho 11th of
August with tho manager's own company of
specialty artists, which will remain there for two
weeks. Tho following week tho house will bo
occupied by Fay Forrester's Hurl esq uo Trouie,
which wns organized and will bo managed by a
young Washington business mun, who thinks ho
sees possibilities of big money in theatricals.
Hohangot together a large troupo of shapely
young women and will try his luok with them in
tho Held of burlosque. This sort of entertain
ment will almost monopolize tho vaudeville
stage tho coming season. It always draws
well where tho young women aro shapely and
frisky, and do not burden themselves with too
Mr. Gcorgo Floyd, treasurer of tho Lnmont
Opera Comjinny, Is an intimnte friend of Bill
Nye, tho famous humorist. Mr. Floyd expects
to hnvo Willinm down here next Mondoy night
to lead tho orchestra during .ho overture to the
"Black Hussnr" at tho benellt to Mrs. Lnmont at
Albnugh's. Bill hns tho reputation among his
friends of being tho best, most whole-souled, and
obliging fellow In the world. Ho 1s .lust ns
funny personally In private ns aie his writings
Tor tho press, and ho is at his very best In a smull
party of Intlmntcs in some quiet snot over a cup
of ten and a blto to cat. Mr. Floyd traveled in
Europe for sovernl months with Nye Inst sum
mer, nnd hns no end of amusing stories to tell of
the humorist's adventures.
NOTES OF THE STAGE.
St. Louis Is trying hard to Bupport two light
opera companies this summer.
Manager Lltt, of tho Bijou Thcatro, Milwau
kee, has been lined S100 Tor refusing a colored
man and orchestra seat.
A now play by Fred Stlnson, called "A Divided
House," will bo produced in Boston August 11.
Maud Bauks will bo In the cast.
Mrs. C. Ogden Dorcmus, tho Now York society
lady who dovotcs much attention to theatricals,
has written a piny for luite Castlcton.
Arditl's opera, "Tho Sjiy," founded on Cooper's
novel, which was produced successfully in New
York some years ago, Is to bo revived.
"Tho Girl with tho Tin Heart" Is tho title of a
farce-comedy with which theatre-goers will hnvo
their souls harrowed up noxt season.
Grant Parish, formerly or thlB city, has been
engaged as" advance Tor Lydia Thompson, who
will noxt Bcason star the country In comedy.
Alice Carlo will bo a member or Fay Temple
ton's Comic Opera Company, which opens in
"Hcndrick Hudson" in Now York on August 18.
Stuart Robson is said to havo been much broken
by tho denth of his wife. Ho hns n now comedy
for next season called "A Natural," by Archi
J. B. Polk, tho rather well-known wntch-me-wlillo-l-convulso-you
comedian, will appear
next season in a play founded on "Will Carleton's
ballad, "Over tho Hills to tho Poor House."
Itoland Reed, who has made a good deal of a
reputation the last three seasons in rOles once
played by John T. Raymond, will havo anew
comedy noxt season adapted from tho French by
Miss Delia Stacoy, formerly of Washington,
left tho Casino Company Saturday night to open
with Jimmy Powers. Mr. Powers was very anx
ious to Bccure her, and had a part written spe
cially for her.
A dramatic version of Thackeray's beautiful
story,"Honry Esmond," is being prepared for Mr.
and Mrs. Kendal by Mr. W. G. Wills, tho noted
English dramatist. Tho Kendalsaro expected to
appear in tho play noxt season.
James C. Duff's company, which will include
two imported English members, Mario Tempest
and a Mr. Sauvage, will open In tho new comic
opera, "Tho Red Hussar," at Palmer's Theatre,
New York, two weeks from Monday.
Miss Juliette Cordon, tho pleasing young so
prano of tho Bostonians, was married in Boston
last week to Mr. Fred. E. Pond, the business
manager of tho company. Miss Corden will re
tire from tho stage after her marriage.
Baroness Burdott-Coutts, who has conceived
a violent admiration for Agnes nuntlngton, is
said to have set aside 3123,000 to defray tho ex
penses of that young woman's coming operatic
venture In "Paul Jones" in this country.
Lawyers in New York and elsewhere who
make a specialty of theatrical divorce cases say
the coming season will witness the severing of
moro mnrltnl bonds between actors and actresses
than ever before. Tho details of somo of tho
cases, it is said, will bo especially spicy.
Georgie Parker, who plays Rla Moneymaker In
"U. S. Mall" this season, is tho bewitching little
kicker who made such a hit at Koster and Blal's,
Now York, three years ago. Her song of "Jen
nie Johnson" caught tho public, and her high
kick occasioned so much talk in tho papers that
she had to tono it down a bit.
"Christopher Columbus; or, Tho Discovery of
America," by Mr. Edgerly, of this city, which
was produced at tho National Theatre with such
weird effect not long ago, will bo presented at
tho Windsor Theatre, in tho Bowery, Now York,
on tho 18th of August. Mr. Edgerly's drama is
expected to startle tho self-suillcient critics of
Julia Marlowe, who is spending tho summer in
the Jersey Highlands, is said to be one of tho
liveliest and most romping of girls when sho is
out of doors, can swim like a llsh, row a boat
eight miles and think it fun, and is, In fact, only
a young girl when sho is out of tho forcing glaro
of tho lootllghts and away Irora the theatrical
It is said that tho Spanish tenor Gayarrc, lately
deceased, loft a list of tho various salaries earned
by him during his twenty years' enreer. Tho
sum total Is 3,180,000 francs, (about $037,000.) He
commenced his artistic existence In 18G9 at Vu-
rese. nenr Milan, with a salary of 22. His terms
gradually Increased until 1870, when ho was paid
S0.400 for tho senson at tho Scala, where, in 1888,
his salary went up to S'2,000 for tho season. Ho
received tho same amount at Barcelona in 1881
and at Madrid in 1880. His highest salary was
that of tho season or I860 ut Madrid, when it
Francis Wilson has returned from Europe nnd
cnllcd his company together for rehearsals of
"Tho Merry Monarch." Tho libretto or tho now
work has been lirepnrcd by J. Cheover Goodwin,
who contributed so many successful adaptations
to AHco Oates's repertory in tho years of her
greatest pojmlnrity. Mr. Wilson's compnny will
bo nearly tho same as last season, including, as
then, Miss Mario Junscn. Miss Laura Moore, Miss
Nettlo Lyford, Charles Plunkett. and Harry Mc
Donough. Tho new faces are Willett Seaman,
Jr., tho tenor, and Gilbert O. Claytou, a come
dian, lately with tho "Pearl of Pekln" company.
Now York, gasping in that boke-oven atmos
phere which settles down there after a fow dnys
of real heat, is almost dead theatrically. But
sho Is looking forward with pleasant untlolnn
tlons to tho 18th of August, when at least ilvo
theatres will bo opoued with moderate novelties.
ThesowlU bo Daly's Theatre with Sol Smith
Russell in Bouclcault's piny; tho Fourteenth
Street, with Fay Templcton in "Hendrik Hud
son;" tho Academy of Music, with tho Hanlon
Volter nnd Martinettl English Paulomluo Com
pnny; tho Lyceum, with K. II. Sothern, and tho
l'eojilo'a Theatre, with nn attraction not yet an
nounced. Francis Wilson will also probably
open August 18 at tho Broadway Thcatro hi
"Tho Merry Monarch."
Miss Johnstone Bennett, who is remembered
hero for clover work with soveral companies,
hns won tho reputation In Now York this sum
mer of wearing tho most mnsoulluo costumes of
any woman tobeseenonpromenudo. Herllguro
Is slim, erect, nnd boyish, hor features not par
tloulurly feminine in delicacy, and she swings
along tho streets and stares Ireoly at men and
women in a way that is Indescribably suggestive
or a college boy In a now suit of olothes. Tho
other day Miss Bennett strode down Broadway
woarlng a very high chokor, a four-in-hand
scarf, n white wulstcont with a chain stretched
across It, and a small straw hat precisely like a
man's. Sho wore "spats" on her boots and there
was a rose in her buttonhole. Thoothcr young
women who woro meu's shirts and similar things
gazed after herwlth a look of keen and poignant
envy. A legitimate outcome of Miss Bennett's
notoriety comes in tho torra of tho statement
that she will star next year.
At this season of tho yoar ono generally loses
his appetito nnd becomes weak, and a good
remedy is R. Portuor Browing Co.'s celebrated
We are preparing for stock
taking July 31, by weeding out'
all strictly summer goods.
We do not propose to carry
over a piece of light-weight
goods, or a single summer
weight garment, if a price will
It is a saying that "there is
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thing if the price be low
enough." We propose to make
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all of our summer stock. It
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1420 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0
In tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir
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Houses Rented nnd Rents Collected
Flro Insurance- Placed In Reliable Companies.
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Changes made "Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TWO-STORY BRTOK AND FRAME HOUSES
1123 20th 6t nw, f lu 0 rs, and 2 houses rear. . 5,000
1311 D st nw, f h, 0 ra 5,000
3328 to 0331 P st nw, f h, 5 rs 5,000
141223th st nw, b h, 0 rs 5,000
405 to 411 Baar's alley nw, b h, 4 rs 5,000
1247 to 1219 Madison st nw, f h, A rs, and 2
831 to S35 2:d st nw, b h, 9rs 4,500
423 N st nw, f h, 5 rs, and 2 houses rear. . . . 4,000
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205 12th 8t nw, b h, 0 rs 3,000
CO L st nw, o h, 7rs 3,500
310SNstnw.bh, 7rs 3,300
2018 IJtli Rtnw, b h, 0 rs 3,000
451 and 453 Ridge st nw, f h, 5 rs 3,000
UOthstnw, f h, 4rs 2,500
1035 2d st nw. b h, 5 rs 2,000
718 and 1820 Lawrenco st nw, fh,5rs.... 2,000
1824 and 420 O st alley nw, f h, 4 rs 1,800
4 OQstnw, f h. 5 rs 1,500
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Part lot 5. Kst bet lGth and 17th sts nw.. . SUO
L st bet 15th and 10th sts nw 3 00
Q st bet 15th and 10th sts nw 2 75
7th st bet It and S nw 175
10th st bet E and F sts nw 125
Dunbarton avo and Beall st, 30th and 31st
8tS 11 ,,,,,,,,, IIIIIIIMIMI 1
30th st between N and O sts nw .' 125
Ost, bet 1st and 3d stsnw 85
7th st. abovo Grant avo nw 50
B and O, 20th and 21st stsnw 45
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1110 10th stnw, 11 rs SCO 00
1714 13th st nw, 14 rs MOO
101310th stnw,10rs 5000
810 H stnw, 7rs 4000
1319 Corcoran st nw, llrs 4000
20flDstnw, 9rs a550
lllOTst nw, 7rs 3500
1105 N H avo nw, 9rs 3500
835 22d st nw, 0 rs 30 00
1831 Vtavonw.Srs 2750
23 D stnw, 9rs 25 53
1102 and 1101 Gstne, 0 rs 20 00
2d lloor. 12U 8th st nw, 2 rs 2000
30113thstsw, 8rs 1800
OlOMdavosw, Ore 17 00
KOKatnw.O ra 1700
C20Mdavosw, 4rs 14 00
Alley bet A and B, 3d and 4th sts eo 4 rs. . . 13 CO
1918 N st nw, 4 rs 12 00
210 Pomoroy st nw, 0 ra 1200
7 nnd 11 Corcoran st nw, 4 rs 12 00
C3Jaolcsonstno, 5rs 1030
In sums to suit at U per cont.
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