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. THE .YEEK'S BILL.
Mir.y Shows, from Shatc to C'lit
tcring Spectacle, To Be Seen.
The reguli :.t the Xew-York Theatre
will 1.. n;_-',-.t. arith Qaorijei V. Ho?
bart'. Itle, -The Ham Tree,"
la whieh >' _:h art* to appear. >n"*
trodurlnc < haia.-tcr typ.s ns tlie
centre -: ; ? ? Ifl Mr. Ho
foarts comedy Mclntyre and Heath appear not
only bi ibera of a Oebrg-B minstrel
company, but also in a burlesque porttayal of an
Indi.*n rajab and n.nee. Klaw A Erlanger in
their eorapany baae provided not only some we.l
? ra, but also a vouthful aggregatlon ot
sijctv b - : girta, each of whom was se
leete.' for nbilltv as a dancer and singer. Jerome
and Bebwara made the lyrit-s and music. Tb.e
storv is developed in three acts. with scenes whlch
repr-sent a hotel ln Marlon. >*. C. a water tank
on a railroad in Delaware, where Mclntyre and
Heatn m tfo--.li- old characters of Alexander Ham
bletonlan and Henry Jones relate their dream of
rhe ham tree: a wood near a water tank, and a
man.lon ?*n 5th-ave.
For this week Kelth's offers a bill headed by the
Great Lafayette, with his company and mllitary
ln "The Musio Master," at the Bijou, Sep?
band, who contribute a whole hour's entertain
ment. Including the spectacular pantomime, "The
TJon's Bride." Thls week will also see the flrst
American appearance of Charles Serra. from the
Paris Olympia, lr. his gymnastlc act. William
Bonelli, r.f "An American Gentleman," makes his
flrst appearance in vaudeville in his original one
act farce, "On a Btrlng." Others on tlie bill are
the ElliF-N'oian trio of ec?entrip comedy acmbats;
Misa Josephine (Jasiman, with her pickaninnles;
Halladay and Leonard, Irish comedians: Klekko
and Fravoll, in operatlc seleetions; Jack and Ber
tha Rlch, song and dance duo, and (."harles and
Mbson, in a one act sketch. "Th" Burglar's
The lli|.podrome beglns ita second season next
Wednesday night wilh *'A Yankee 4*ircus on Mars."
and **The Raiders,'* the attraetions of last year.
The incldental circ us and specialty exhibltions will
be entirely new.
The K;,i;finaii:, bkycfta troupe of twelve girls
will appaar during the intermisi-loii b'-tween the
aaaa aoaaea at ti..- aauateal rgtrmrmauttgg Minnie
Kaufmann. youngest and prettlesti of the bevy, has
been Btnrtalmod by foreigners the i.artlcular star
of the troupe. The .Cottrell-Powells, riders, hava
been called in Europe the best horse people ir. the
world. There ara two women and a man. Miss
Ther. sa Rentr.. ln high-school exhibitlons, is known
throughout France, Germany ar.d Austria. Mar
4-(l.i. , the English cloan. is ready with new antica,
and Albert Carre'B boraaa, ponaaa and dogs will
also appear. The Clarkea have spent the .ummer
planiiiiig r.nd rehearsing aeriel manoeuvres.
Few new facee in m. piay proper will mark the
opening. Of ti.e principala. Francis J. Boyle, suc
***-edinR: Albert Hart. aa "Slgnor Thunderalro." ls
the sale Btrancer. The hallet is practleally intacL
and Vincenao Romeo, the L.-iiiet master. will be ln
oharg*'. The big ch4 r ? n strangtbaned ln
voice r. but the orlataal body of men
a!,d ? 1 ' "i- wiU b. two p. rforni
anci. dally at tba EOppodrome. at 2 and _. o'clock.
,i frotn the opera
? BTJ 1.?-'?? hla r.-ruuitiing
vork in tbe arena
--?iid ..r.iina! show at Coney Island
around i;>. |-,is har.d where lt was
ou' mi tor blr>r?] poisoning iu now nearly
-ptain la bark fa.-ing the brutes
? r. M". Korrelll and ber k-opard
- y .til... ar.l the wild animal n.uslcal
nimal avalanche." Mll
\Zr a:':" Nahkrkeetah and the danc
?,!?* '?"? ?he Hindoo and the snakes
loung t onsu ??? . ;.z.-. . ar.d tbe twenty
[great attractions are still "amor.g those pres?
Jo_ Webei .; ., his own musjc
hall.Aair._.-t .'. with his two big suoceaaes, "Hlggle
<*^#*ggle.i> ' an.i "The CoUe?a Witlowcr." This
-eBwapenien; ,,f his company al tbe Music Hall Is
? <*. 'be company leaving
here Bafrtember II for Boaton. to visit the principal
of the Mis.-issippi Rlver. The
? gagement will be aexi Sat
I -i. ? d matlnaa arlll be
Among the new princlpals
Mr Webi ...rt Gragory. Bd
Watm * ' E!rne * Lembart. Waa Marlon
'.arst-ii an. Miss Erminie Karle. in addition ts the
*?_- WnmrA, compoaed of Miss Marie Dressler.
tiharieB .a Bigeloar. Mis^ Trlxie Friganzn. Sam
Magrtnn, Frank Hatch. Miss
f"'1H' ' Miss Marie Dressler
? r "Mamma'. Boardlng House"
II Like Me." and give
>;??'- of chorus girls.
IIlfF'v '?"* **'*:;: f'ng "I'm So P ,r..some,"
Maid," and "So-rates
J?"kf-"' will sing "Nancp
Bigelow In "A ('Tiino
'.' J- ig "For You
- n wil'l
rrledy-Plggledy" wiil ITj
M- Gregorv (he co
Idn," written by I'aul
low, wltb mual. by John w.
MRS. WALLACE D. SCOTT AND HER
She is the divorced wife of Roland B. Molmeux,
of this c:ty, and is cominq here from South
Dakota to go upon the stage. Her baby is
??? chiid of her seconr husband, W. D.
Scott, a lawyer of Sioux Falls.
_i .-arapi. eaayrlgbt. _8-6. -/ V.. V. S.oi__
Bratton, which opened at the Broadway Theatre
| last Monday, has tweiity-two muslcal numbers,
I presented by prlnelpals and chorus. The music ia
j all of tha character which sets everybody whlstling.
i Mr. Bratton has written several scorea. but none
whlch hava furnlshed so many numbere for the
whlstler. Among the prlnelpals are Edwln Stevens.
? Harrv MaoDonough, George Blcbards. .Sager
Midgelev, Taylor Granvllle, Miss Qertle Carlisle.
la Hawley, Mlaa Ethel Johnson. Miss Carol
. . Miss Kathryr: HirU'hinson. A e*on
; apicuous feature of the Rei -9-_?M-<-e is the great
j chorus. wbich has sonie*' really pretty girls. whlch
is in itself sufll.ler.tly unusual in a Broadway
show to be worthy of remark.
Edward Pegte, author of "The Prince Chap,"
which Walter X. .Lawrence will brlng out at the
Madison Square Theatre September 4 la the flrst
known dramatlst to show* tho evolution of hls lead?
lng woman character by presenting her ln the
three periods of early life, when she ls ii baby of
flve, a child of eight, and a young woman of eigh?
teen. The drama shows the early life of a char?
acter wlth a lapso of many years between chlld
hood and tvonmnhood.
In bringlng forward this character. the author
calls upon three people to illustrate the evolution
of the part?two children and an actress Of gentle
ness and BWeetnOas of manner and of youth. What
ls possible to the novellat become. a dlfflcult tabit
for the drnmutist, and a more dlfflcult one for the
munager. who lves te. select the actors. Mr. Law?
rence believes he has found three people who make
Claudia a living and natural being. He has ehosen
llttle Helt-n Pullman for the baby period. Edith
Speare for the child of eight. and Miss Grayce
Seott for the young woman of eighteen.
?'Woodland'' will continue at the Grand Opera
House for another week. after whlch Henry W.
Savage's organlzation will start on the road.
Mme. Kallcii ls studylng ihe tltle role of "Mor.na
Vanna" at a nearby seaside resort. She will
appear ln the Maeterlinck play?her flrst essay
under the direetion of Harrison Grey Fiske?in Oc?
tober. This productlon is expected to be one of the
most elaborate wlth which Mr. Fiske has been as
sociated. and the company that will support Mine.
Kalich will be organized wlth ull the care that
has dlstlngui.hed the management of the Manhat?
tan as to other t-xeeptional plays.
Kyrle Bellew will sall for Xew-York on Septem?
ber 9. He will open his season ln Montreal. Sep?
tember H5. from wbence he goes direct to the Hollls
Street Theatre, Boston.
The new play by Hall Calne. "The Prodigal Son."
which has been ln rehearsal at the Xew-Amster
dam Theatre for the laat live weeks, will open at
the new Xational Theatre, Washington, to-morrow
night. The Xational Theatre has been undergoing
extenslve repairs, and night an.l day work has been
reejulred to get the theatre ln shape. Following the
week ln Washlngton the attraetion will come di?
rectly to the Xew-Amsterdam Theatre.
Miss Elsie Janis's last week ls announced. Wlth
the close of Wlstarla Grove the llttle lmltator will
bid farewell to thls city. Everybody la sorry, too.
La Domino Rouge also leaves thls city next week.
The rr.ysterious masked dancer sails for Paris Sep?
tember _>. The new feature of Wlstaria Grove's
.**" lal week w-111 be Dr. Bruce Miller and his huge
muslcal instrument, the pneumatiphone, upon
whlch ho can reproduce the music of an entire
band. The four Rlanos will come for a return en?
gagement. The Lloyd brothers, muslcal gymnaats;
ilosher, Houghton and Mosher, comedy blcyelista.
and the three Carrolls will be retained.
Henry W. Savage's "Paraifal" company has been
combln_d with hia Engllsh grand opera company,
giving hlm an organizatlon for presenting serlous
opera in Knglish His corps of prlnelpals will In?
clude Engllsh singing artists on the American
stage. while the chorus and Inatrumental forces
will be augmented. An orehestra of forty musl
eians will h.- under tho eiirection of the ("hevaller
X. B Bmanuel aud Klliott Sehcnck.
The chief n.-w work in the repertory this year
will be -'Thf Valkyriea." It will be followed later
wlth "Daa Rhe.ngold." "Slegfried" and "Gotter
d&nunerung." The remainder of ihe repertory will
include Wmpmrnfe "IxihengTln" ad 'T_.nnh_.u8er."'
Yerdi's "Rigoletto" and "Aj'.ra,** Pucclnl's 'La
Boheme-" and tlounod's *'Faust."
The tenth season of the organlzation will open
wlth a week at the new Montauk ln Brooklyn,
Luna Park is j.reparing for the five daya' jublla
tlon of the Mardl Gras festival next month. Thomp?
son A Dundy were the orlglnators of the idea. Al?
ready the members of the various shows are as
sembling in private rehearsal for the parades and
carnivals of the flve days' e elebratlon. The free
circus continues to draw crowds to Duna Park.
Among the acts on the programme this week are
Le Page, Edgerton. Miss .losle Ashton, J. Rooney.
? alcedo, Lorenz, Herberts dogs, Carl Gollath,
Seeth'9 bears. DM duo, Abdallir trio and Camerunl.
"The Doll's House" will be seen during the week
of Auguat 28 at the Flfth Avenue Theatre, Nora
FOLA LA FOLLETTE.
She is to be made the daughter of the regiment
at the Boer War, Brighton Beach, to-mor?
will be piayed by Miss Florence Rockwell, who has
been especially engaged. This will be the last at?
traetion of the summer season, the regular season
beginnlng the _..-k ,.. Beptember 4. with Mlsa
Amelia Blngham, Charlea l.i-hman, Miss Gertrude
Coghlan, Charles Dickson, J. H. Gtlmour und the
other I if the regula.r new all-star stock
company ln a revival of "The Frlaky Mrs. John?
Henry Miller, the matinee idol. is the attraetion
at Proetor's Twenty-thlrd Street Theatre during the
comlng week 11- will be asslsted t.y Miss I_aura
Hope Crewa In Clyde Pitch's play, "Frederick Le
maltre." This wai: he Mr. Miller's last appearance
la vaudeville. Katie Barry will siay another week.
R. Uavemann's origlnal ariiin_i schooi. jusr arnveel
fron: Euroae. will also appear on thls blll.
"Tbe Votuntaer e.rganist" will come to the Weat
End this week.
Miss Gertrude Booseye It will make her Ilrst public
appearance at Hanini.rst'in's Victoria Theatre.
Where she will appear September 11, presenting a
6hort sk-t'-l,. ??Kitiy Cllve." It has to do witb tha
adveniures of the ictresa whu wa? a con
temporary ,?: rrick.
The ir.:,!.aj,.-rii-ut of tba Yorkville Theatre will
open Us regular se i Lay nlgfat, September
*?'? ?____ ???> ' lty" wlth the
-ilgli.ai 006- ? gnd eletini al eff. cts.
Savole, sailmg from Havre October 7. Sh.- writes
tl.ai her voice never was ln better condition.
Miss Olga Xetberaole comei here in October, after
an abaence of four yeara. She la now at her
aummer home, Ollff Lodge, Overstrand-by-th.--i.ea,
Norfolk. She writes that she ls studylng her
role ln the new play by Paul Hervleu. "The Imh*.
rlnth" Early ln September she intenris u, , roaa
England to Scotland in an automobile.
Preliminary rehearsals of her company will ba
held ln London In Se_.tta.ber, and tha orgar.laatioa
; SCENE FROM "THE COLLEGE WIDOWER."
Marie Dressler and Trixie Friganza at Joe Web.-r's Music Hall on August ?*..
will sall on the St: I_ou.s bn 'September 30. Miss
Xethersole comlng a week later on the Deutschland.
The tour will begin in Washington, and subse
quen.ly she wlli be seen in Chlcago prlor to her
opening ln Xew-York. Miss Xethersole's new:lead?
lng man ls Hubert Carter, who was leadlng man for
Miss Ellen Terry at the Imperlnl Theatre. Last
gprlng Mr. Carter appeared ln "Othello" ln London.
It will be cbildren*8 night to-morrow night at
Paln's Port Arthur, Manhattan Beach. Tuesday
night will be taken up by Kings County Council,
Xational Union, and for the rest of the week there
will be echoes of the carnlval.
Raymond Hitchcock ln Edward E. Kidder's new
three wrives. Ernest Hogan and hls twe.nty-flve
Mempbls students will also make thelr flnal appear?
ance. The Three KIos Sisters in thelr athletic ex
hibltion, Rice and Provost. tho Zantzlgs, Goolman'a
trained dogs anel cats. the juggllng McBands, the
muslcal Johnstons nnd. for the flrst time on the
roof thls season, Paul Conehas. the herculean can
non ball luggler. will appear. On Monday, Septem?
ber 4, the for-nal reopening of the Victoria Theatre
will take plaee.
At the Herald Square Theatre Sam Bernards ef?
forts to amuse and Mias Hattle Willlams's songs,
"Friends** and "Trioks.'' will still be heard in "The
Augustus Tliomas's comedy, "Mrs. Lefflngwell's
F. J. BOYLE.
Signor Thunderairo, at the Hippodroma.
THE KING OF MARS AT THE HIPPODROME.
Tho reopening is on tho night of August 30.
comedy, "'Easy Dawson," enters on his second
week at Wailack's Theatre on Monday night.
Mrs. Leslle Carter has been Improving so rapidly
the. last few weeks that Mr. Belasco expects to an
nounce wlthin a few days the exact date when she
wiU reopen the Belasco Theatre.
"Checkers" wiU begin the third season of its life,
as it did its two others, ln New-York City. Thls
time it will be at the Grand Opera House on Mon?
day night. September 11. under the management of
I-TsheHe. 6r' th? partner ot the llte Kirke
Hammersteln's Paradtse Roof Garden will begin
Its farewell week to-morrow with a bill that has
been speclally arranged as the flnale of the record
season. Headlng the llst is the "Girl from Coney
Island." Carmenclta will be seen for the last time
on the roof. as will also Abdul Kader and his
Boots," and Alfred Sutro's short plav. "A Make- of
Men.' the cunain ralser. will remain at the I.yreum
Theatre this weerk only.
On Wedpesday, September 6. Charles Frohman
will present Xat C. Goodw-in at thls house in a new
comedy by W. W. Jacobs and Louis X. Parker and
entitled "Beauty and the Barge."
Charles Frohman will make his flrst production of
the season at Daly's Theatre to-morrow night, when
he will present Miss Edna May ln a new- niuslcal
play entitled "The Catch of the Season," with a
special London company of seventy singers and
many dancers from Paris. "The Cateh of the Sea?
aon" ls by Seymour Hlcks and Cosmo Hamilton. It
was originally produeed by Charles Frohman, ln
London. over three hundred and flfty nights ago
and is still -unning there at the Vaudeville Theatre
to crowded houses. Miss May will have songs and
daiaes a-plenty. and the part will also give her a
chanee for comedy acting.
There are aeveral London favorites in her sup
SCENE FROM "THE PEARL AND THE PUMPKIN,"
At tha Broadway Theatro.
paattag eaanpaay, the princlpal of whlch are Far?
ren Soutnr. a ->n of Nellie Farren. who waa
the leading aosBMNBaauaa of musical playa on the
Strand; Fr-d Wright. who will be remembered for
hla work in "The School Girl" lrast season; Fred
Kay. who antntd h. re orlginally in The Gaiety
Girl." tind who hn- since been the leading charac?
ter comedian of Daly's Theatre. Dondon; Tallleur
Andrews. who waa the chief tenor of ?'The School
Olrl" . t. aeaaon; the three Gaiety danc
ers. Miss Margaret Fraser. Miss Bert Slnden and
Miss Vivlan Vowles, wh > bead an especlally clever
dancing contingent; M!ss Jane May aml Mlsa
Milton. an English actress. who ha_ played legitl
mate roles wlth Henry Irving and others. The
French music hall dancers are Mme. Martha Du
frene and Mlles. Ellse I). lyslo. Stl* nne Mautle.
Germalne Valreal. Germalne Manges. Angel Lori
deau. Jeanne I/epage, Suzanne Malllof. Thla pro
ductlon ls under the stage direction of Ben Teal.
charles Frohman wUl open the Empire Theatre
for Its thirteenth season Monday night. September
4, when be wil! present John Drew ln a new com?
edy, entitled "De Lancey," by Auguatus Thomas.
Thls wUl also be the beginning of Mr. Drew'a thir?
teenth season as a star under Mr. Frohman's _nan
aganaari mmr? trmt Da-Ja, who has b?-.-n Mr. Drew's
leading lady for four seasons. will eontinue wlth
hlm ln that capaclty during the present seaaon.
Robert Kdescn, who presented **Strongheart"
under the management of Henry B. Harris tor
three months at the Hudson Theatre. last season.
At Ke.th's this week.
will begin hla second New-York engagement ln
William C. De Mllle's football play to-morrow
night, at the Savoy Theatre. His engagement wtll
be llmlted to four weeks. Mr. Harris has re-en
gaged the company whlch supported Mr. Edeson
during his season at the Hudson Theatre. It tn
cludes Edmund Breese. Mary Boland. Frank
Gheen. Frank J. Mclntyre. Francis Bonn. Miss
Louise Drew. Rlchard Sterling. Miss Lucille Stan
ford. Taylor Holmes. Miss Marjorie Wood, Har
rlson Ford. Miss Gertrude Yerxa and F. A. Turner.
The second 6eason of the Lew Fields Theatre
will be glven i.ext Thursday night. August 31,
when Mr. Flelds and hi_ associates will present tha
musical comedy "It Happened ln Nordland," by
Glen MacDonough and Victor Herbert. and pro?
dueed by Julian Mitchell It had a run of nearly
200 r.ighta at the same playhouse last season. Tha
company ln the support of Mr. Ftelds is praetically
the same as that seen wlth him last season. Mlsa
Blanche Ring is one of tha newcomers to the east,
She will plav the American ambassadress to tha
court of Nordland, who masquerades as Queen
EI_a. Mr Flelds will. of course. play the role of
Hubert, the long lost brother. Others ln the east
are Harry Flsh ,r Harry Davenport. Julius Steger.
Joseph Herbert, Wliilam Burress. Joseph Carroll,
Paul Case. W. C. Van Brunt. Miss Gertrude Whlt
ty. Miss Mayme Naudain. Miss tiraee Fields, Misa
Pauline Frederlck and nearly one hundred other
"Tht Still Alarm." Joseph Arthur'a old four-aot
play, wUl be presented at Proctor's Flfty-elghtb
Street Theatre this week.
Miss Maxine Elllott will return to Broadway after
an absence of two seasons. at the Crlterion Thea?
tre. Monday night. Septemoer 4. in the new play
by Clyde Fltch, "Her Gr?at Match." The subjeot
of morganatic marriages ls treated by tho author.
Miss Lulu Glaser's engagement at the Knicker?
bocker Theatre in her new opera. "Mlsa Dolly
Dollars," begins Monday. September A Miss Gla?
ser wiil have the role o* an American girl who haa
more monev than she can spend without thinking
real hard how to do lt.
Bernard Shaw'. "Man and Superman," ln whlch
Robert Loralne wiU appear at tha Hudson The
In "The Ham Tree," at the New-York Theatre.
atre. has been postponed untll Tuesday, September
6. as the manager, Charles Dilllngbam, did not
want it to conflict wtth the flrst nights of his
other players. Miss Elliott and Miss Glaser.
At the Ma.lestie Theatre. "York State Folks." the
pluy of village life. haa begun its s-'cond week. _:ti,1
ls olayir... le !.-..? houses. James L_at*kaye. It.iy
L. Royce and Miss l-ella Mclntyra have made in?
Percy Williams announ.es the opening of tlie
Colonial Theatre for the seuson to-morrow after?
noon. Tbe princlpal artists Include Dan Ma I
Wlth his Fifth Avenue Girls; John C. Rice aml
BaUlki I 't hct'., who are to presajut a new act; Henpy
I.".. iiiui Mis? li. rtram. in a singing spe
clalty. R wfa ftluaical Horse. Cluirlie Case. Raw
B . -ir.,1 June. tb. Village Ohotr, tbe Hacker-Leater
Trio aml the vlt-.i-.raph c >mi .? te :. ? programme.
Wa will be the 8t_e_a_| Breafc al I titamrVs
seasid,. theatre. _t Manlia tta:i
thi-sa. who wiU appear ?"??
Guyer and Q N'?il. ( a- .r't >n? 11.
Dogs. MaJloy Rgothera and B g T'ui
Brown, Mlsa feva vWateott, tl.tllaiido, Mll
Morrla. anJ ihe vn.igi -upa. On >u ., Pie ,,...t> ihe
looper. ts ii4ain un a.l.i.l atir.uti..,i.
usual to-day. at 9zW and I
The new Harlem vaudeville theatre. The Alham
bra. at 7th-ave. and l-8ih-st.. wil! op.-n f,.r i
"' M : . ; t-iiiber 4. with a TTTItatt p.if.n:i
ance. Jamea J. Corbvtt ar.' ird ar.-.
announced as th,. principal artractlmia ,
k Dunlels has only 08M week more at the
? i Theatre In "Serg. ant Brue." aa he
inu.it make wat r.,r ABm !.?,!., , Paser ln her new
onera. Miss Dolly Dollar.). y,;.,. .. ..;..., tv, ih.
Knlckarbcttkei- dtpttmbar 4.
OY 77//; PACIFIC SLOPE.
/. 8 tts Strength in San Fran?
cisco?Danger from Hook Worrn.
Ban Fr-trcisao, Au*.
League h. -
" >1 oS)
muni' ipal > : a g >od man ls nom.
nated for Mayor he wiil re..-<-tv# many Lenio-*
cratic votes. l'l-.e le.ia th the Re
can and _)_?aoerpttc ; \
combination and ln thls way prevent a v. *
strength, whlch wi i!d giv- "B f mS*A%
May.r .S.hmltz a i ?
Sir Patrlck Manson, the r.ote.l Ar .
surgeon who la dellverinc a c -??
here on troptca' riisea. es, warm San FraneiacaM
of the danger of introduting th_ hook w-ye^
from Chlna. He decl-.res lt la one of the vr.opS,
dari^e:"us complamrs, as It spreads rar-. r.
a meiist cllmate. of a colony <>f Port<. R."insj
who came back here fron. %
were affected by hook worm.
Testlmony ls beir.g taken in thls eirv tn thea
federal court ln regard to th** a! eg?d I j
of the watera of th- T %
Florlaton Pulp ar.d Paper ? .
mill is In Nevada County. Tbeeom*. %
the Unlversity of Nevada and tft-i aity of R-rw^
both of which get water frorn the Tr -^
An analysis of river water. lt *A a..
cates tha. lt is poasone 1 by chi ?
paper mill refuse.
Orthodox Hebrews hav . begun -. -|
to close the Une i on 3atm*aa|
day, the Jewish Sabbath. Ther* are r<-, %
in many courses and freq'i?nr ?xa- -^
Saturdays. and it is pointed out that the : w
atudenta must either neglect thelr studl?s om
stay away from thelr synag^gue. ~ p
ot Jews at the Unive?rsity of Callfon s
while those at Stanford mny 1 ?
flngera o* tw?> hands.
Friends of John Muir ar* ir.'.h a'ar--.e . ~rm*m.
hfs condition. Ha la la Arlaona ani i* ?'ir?rin'|
from nervoua cnllapaa. following the - -?-?
death of hls wife and the dangerous l'.lness oA
his daughter Helen. The latter accompanled he*)
father on many of hls expeditions. Mlsa WandaJ
Muir, his eldest daughter. haa left the 3tate UnJU
versity to go to Arizona to car? for herr fatha^
Jack London's first play. "The Great Inteaf
rogatlon." was well received thls week a: :!_|
Alcazar Theatre. It is a one act play. aad ttDp)
Juat one hour. All the loeal crittca agre* .hat
it makes life on the Klondike real- It pa_-._j a
In "The Catcfr of the Seaa_r>.
"?"? .rr.iA .
at Da'y'i T>
dramatic eDlaoda ln which a miner rajecta r___"
old sweetheart because of hls loyalty to thai
Indian girl who haa saved his life.
The seizure by the Japanese at Fetropa_'.av3__)
of the Oceanio Company'a steamer Auatralia waa.
Bet unexpected here. aa she carried a iarga.
oargo of flour. In her day the Austr aiia was r*
garded aa a flne llner and ran a route betweanf
here and Auckland and Sydney. but ahe seemaatj
amall and antiquated when the big new vesaeiaj
were tatrodhaead. She was insured for nearlJN
her full value.
The Barbera' Union reports that the Japa*_e-?|
have forty barber shops in San Francisco. .ac__
employlng from two to four barbers, and tha*,
theae shops are largeiy patronizefd by white peo?
ple. These Japanese barbers work for $j or tm
a week and naturally crowd out of employ:nen?
the second rate whlte barbers.
COMING BACK TO APPEAIt ON STAGL
Forr_.er Wue o: Ro:-._,_, B. Mohneux. No*
Mrs. W. D Seott, to Leave South Dakota*
Sioux Falls. S. D.. Aug. 20. | Special > - -Th.- do*.
? parture on Monday. August -*.. fer Xew-Yarlf
City of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Seott, of thia
: is of more than .>rdin-_ry ii r.st h.-r--. f__ tha
r.ason that Mrs. S, .tt M---* R *
land B. Molnicix. of Bl ??
n._.idence e.f nearly th:
i.s i.-turning la Gatl ke a.ivai.t,. t
olTer to appear ":i '
Mr. and Mrs. -- t*oi
de me UB1 -
of six iri.,i,ili_r
plna e \\ >!fl .? th
u '. l i ?>.
6*_ 1 .
her a-b ? ??
A aK*i\ waa born - * thta yaar.
During thr laat t - _*_*! haa ***^
dillgently t.uiiiing hv. vuica tos har tf9--a_--Hl
'__... thej ,t_K**