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THE WASHUreSOarSEBALJ, TCEDBESDAY, APSrL.-12, 1911.
AMUSEMENTS.
FROZEN WORDS ENTERTAIN
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MtoDt?jpyii;4Tim im
Daily Matinees 2c iitcniDRs. S, 50c. and J5c
AMELIA STONE
ARMAND KAUSZ
LATF STVKS Or Till VVA1.TZ IlltkAM "
JFi e gkai Korrn i.uuKtrrr.ciJ ifx
A. losro. Hopkins 4. Aitdl Ca. Cant. Jack & Vio
let Krih Little Billy Julian & Dvcr The Deluge.
NEXT WEEK'S 'OJPERB BILL,
Tilt, SUIbll AL 11BV KLA.1 ION
THE LEADING LADY"
The Noted Lrsdish Vctar
THOMAS TERRISS,
And 12 Associate London Plajers. 4jc tx.
A BUNCH OF HARVARD MEN
To-night
At 8 20
PRICES: 50c to $2.
Mats To-day and Saturday.
M. Jules Layolle's French
Grand Opera Co.
OP N.EW ORL.E.VNS
Mat. To-dij La Tranaia Tvnidit, Les
nnrnKEots-1 Thar Eie. La Itohcrac Fn.
Ftc Sienrd bat Mat. Rigoletto Sat.
Etc. Lake
KE1HITOII1 FOR MT WL1K
Hon fcams-m and Delilah rues. Ihais
Wed. Mat. La Iiobm" UoLtc Kaust
Tl ur Ilemdiade fn I nmeo and Juliet
bat. Mat. ,araec bat 1 ve Lucia.
NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT
Sacred Easter Concert
By the Entire French
Grand Opera Co.
lnriodrac M lea. Holland Scalar Donaldson
Blarcaro MM. Itmtainc Moitano Hutcrty
Moorv Ctiol
With Complete Orchestra of 40
Prices: 25c to S1.50.
FTS now SELLING
E&;
TO-NIGHT, 8 15
Hat To-darat2 15
Twice Daily, 2:15-8:15 Kul
LYKflSH.HOWE;TfvLAL
I de j. DiriKiblo Ilalloon oter Switzerand.
Ma it a d 1 u rfcinc tilt Ol raj ic. ltali
cU h -f KorT t Itdra. Piisnlnn: Portraits
of luxxw It Taft. O m aid others.
tn M at. adult? 25c chiKIrro la. Eves.
FVTS NOW
Next Week :
THE COLUMBIA "Sweet Kitty
Piayers in Belairs"
25c
50c
75c
Contlnnous Performance
1 4". to II p m
DON'T MISS
Bristol's Ponies
T I s l r V r Je
Wli i 1 UTIIH TH. T-
A Shivery, Snowy Subject With Admiral Peary as the
Fur-clad Hero.
The combination ofiAdmiral Peary tell
!ng how he reached tho north pole to
an audience of Harvardgraduates over
came the weather man last night. He
said he thought it would snow to-day
The lecture was to have been deliver
ed in the Urvcrsitj Club, but it was de
cided that the bunch in that hospitable
home for college bojs was entirely too
warm for in icy talk Consequent the
Harvard men took, the Playhouse in N
street, where the frosted exterior was
thoroughlj appropriate On the outside
of the building the pale blue moon shone
cold and siiverv, while inside Reginald
tied his ear muffs close under his blond
hair and Percy pulled his fur coat
around his neck so as to warm up his
snowy shirt front Once, when Admiral
Pearv covered himself so deep with ice
bergs and snow thit everybody thought
it was Christmas Claude sent out for a
white mint frappe. Ho- drank It in frozen
silence
lly, but it was cold' Tho temperature
went down to a thousand degrees below
zero and when Admiral Peary flnallj
reached the polo and stood intrepid and
alone amid the fields of ice, he remind
ed a sweet joung girl in the audience of
Little Eva in her famous trip, hop, skip
and jump adventure, on the frozen Ohio
Her escort said It recalled to him one
night when he walked across the Charles
River Bridgo in a blizzard to get to
his dormitorj I thought I would freeze
to death said he.
But what were ou doing up so late' "
said she coldly and then the Icicles
came clattering down from the celling
After all the Harvard fellows had a
good time notwithstanding the frigid
subject. After it was all over they went
out and ordered some ico in a glass to
tako the frost out of the air By mid
night the temperature had risen to a
point where even the cold storage Jokes
sizzled and melted awaj
STUDENTS I0DRN
DROWNED TEACHER
Funeral of Fathor Goldbach
To-morrow Morning:.
VII -his nrrk Matinees Ilnilv
MATttllh RO5I 1 DELL
Hit-cine erv pi rfnrmanee
Kid I unn vss Kill Millivan
l I Till. I IK
JARDIW DE PARIS
COItV I II IN.TON Champion
Kemnlr rentier and
ItAf.O tlio linn of MjMlrrv
NEXT VACEK-Passing Parade
cosrvsos00:3
Matinee, 10c T"enln;r 10c and 20e
1 X THIS WT- Flv,
THE CANTES
M Tiriit MI MI LNf;
1 I I 1 1 V U urjl t S -irr Ihi.
I M 1 lltr- t Urow rL
TVMAN A I Vn ( n.v M isiral Act.
KII I MM ! T il H n White
-Jl i MIIH inr Uir Vet.
MAJESTIC -Hal Won , Wed., Sat.
This Week Sherlock Holmes.
its on .np T I M ".110
Next wk "llnitrr nnil Man
BASE BALL
Oprnlnc of -non.
a:30 Washington
Jkn aa vs JS
r.iK.
BOSTON
:30
P.M.
fiatt open, 1 p m.
"RSADE Ifl morA"
COLUfrlBIA 'VARSITY SHOW
GRAND BnLLROOM, HEW WILLARD
Mil Fn M tl Vrnl !
M at. m h- a S Snn
V trni kv aen a u
v V jnl
MOVING PICTURES.
COLONIAL THEATRE,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
FXIill ITS THI-
A PHOTOPLAY Treat Unequaled Since
the Introduction of Motion Pictures
-HG rOLONUL THFATRE has se
K cured from tt largest makers in
B I urope (Patlie hVcrcs) their lat
est edit on of the famous superb-
1 hand-colored 1'laj as. renrtered
Ohcrammcrgau b those world wide
known Bavarian irtors and artists who
make the production of each individual
character as well as the entire perform
rce, a life-long stud This lecture
l'la consist", of appropriate musical se
lections on new 1'lpe Organ
Notw th-taniing tho enormous cost of
these Dims the admission price for this
the greatest of all double shows will onlv
be 10 cents so that ever one will be
ahlo to take advantage of thi3 oppor
tune
V proennnntf of the Scene procixra
Iile nt the door grntln
FALL OF TROY
J30 000 PRODUCTION 1
''ee the spears clash
ee 2.000 men take part.
See the assault on the city
Se the burning Troj
'i'c the chart t race
See the proud and beautiful Helen.
VIRGINIA, 9th and F and G
pril IC is 10 20 No Raise in Price
T trail enjoy the Sdc Citot of the coottng at thw
Hotel Engel
Cafe and Restaurant
Ttxnota fot draka. cbops tnd nlif!
Imported Gencin beers ou draft.
New Jersey Ave. and C St
Tuff's Pills
The dyspeptic, the debilitated, whether from
excess of work of mind or body, drink or ex
posure tnM
MALARIAL REGIONS,
win find Tutt's Puis the most eenbl restora
tl ve ever oiicrcd the suilexlnz Invalid.
Funeral services for Rev Father Gold
bach instructor of classics in the pre
paratorj department of Georgetown Lni-vcr-it
vho was drowned while canoe
ing in Little River near the Aqueduct
bridge Mondav afternoon will be held
in the universitv chap 1 to-morrow morn
ip Burial will be in the ccmeterj on
Uk unneritv grounds.
Tl e office or the dead will be chante 1
at the f o clock mass th's morning for
Father Gol Iba h and the interment will
take plico immed-atelv after tho T
o clock mass In keeping with the rules
of the Jesuit ord r the services will be
imple nnd without tho usual porrp and
cerrmonv t at characterizes the burial
of a Catholic priest
The entire student bodv vrstordav
frocied the loss of "Father Goldbach
Ho took an active Interest in athletics
ml wts considered a valuable advisor
to tho to ng nr'te-ial sreHng a future
n hat 1 old
Tie hodv was "-eoovc-od lv boatmen
al ut 1 "id o lock v ester lav mornlnc and
wns removed to tho universitv hi ding
w iter in the pocket of the priest was
found to have topped at 4 " o clock and
it is behoved that death occurred about
tha time
I-afhor Goldbach was twontv eight
vears nil Ho was ho-n in Taltimorc
and ordi nod at Ixivola Cnlloco Tilt!
mire II had loon connected with
Goorcotcwn I nivoritv s noo ucoist Tr"
His paront-s reside in Baltimore and a
brother is an Instructor at Johns Hop
kins I niversitv
COL. BRYAN GOING
DP IN AERO TO-DAY
3Irs. Longworth Also Prom
ised a Flight vith Jamius.
Attracted bv the fair weather fash
lonable ashington turned out In force
to sCe nton Jannus operator for the
Pex Smith blpl me, mal e some exhibl
funs llights vesterday afternoon but
were disappointed on account of the
strong wind which spoiled the day for
living
Airs Nicholas Ixingworth and ill! im
Icnnings Prjan were among those who
visited Potomac Park and esnected to
I ra ike tho flights that were promised
them but Mr Jannus. did not deem it
v ise to take tho risk with two such im
I ort int passengers as Ion"- as the wind
1 opt up its pnnkfa
Col ilrjin and "Mrs I ongworth have
bten promise 1 trul spins to da, pro
vitletl the wojtlur will permit It will
It tho last daj tae machine will be In
W ishington mong tho spectators es
trrdij were Mr and Mrs John P Vc
I in Mr and Mrs r I Mci can d
nural Dovcv an 1 soveral members cf
the I-rench Gran I Opera Companv who
v ore most en husi istic over tho machine
Mr ''mith and his ass'stants will leavo
to-morrow for seima Iu, where they
will remain a week giving exhibitions.
LasHunDNf!
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AlWjcndun nu unnint rncLnnc,
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ASLE6BBD SUCCESSOFTHE KEBELS.
Z-''f f?
fMREE' WAR'.VESSEL'S OUTSIDE JHE BAR.
RUfflFa. CEASED FOE TEE NIGHT.
. fc -" L"
pofltflitie8 to 1)6 Rneedat DajligM.
E0W 0VEK ESTATE SETTLED
COITSIDER CANAL PROJECT
Grandson of I nte Gen Dvrenforth
1 ill Rpri-h e 0 OOO
Tustice Goull vosterdav confimed an
amicable settlement between those Inter
estod in tho estate of tho late Gen
I obort G Pvrenforth who loft a will
directing that his estate should bo used
bv hi' throe brothers for the education
and maintenance of his g-andson Pob
ort st George D --enfo'-th
V-botit PW was obtained b uncles of
tho rov as proceeds of life insurance
pell ios on tho life of tho to tator ll
Ham Honrv Dennis collector of the es
tate sous t to secure this monev for
tho gcne'al estite. compromise how
v or ha- boon effected bv which tho
"randsrn is to rece-ve SSOno to be hold
1 v his uncles in trust until he reaches
his majontv
Tho s im of f. rfl is to he sct aside
fir Marv E Dvrfnforth Invalid daugh
te' o! the general and a like sum to J
his daughter Mrs Rose M Knowlron
After tho debts are paid tho residt e is
to be paid to Mrs Jennie Drenforth
the widow
Commission Iftnrs Testimony of
Cost f Anterwnjr
Poston pnl 11 Public intcest cen
tered around the hearing to-day before
the commission appointed to report
upon .he value to the bt itc of a canal
from Narrauan ott I av to Boston Har
I bo- to 1 e constructed and maintained
without tolls bv the government.
v. canal from Narragansett Bay to
Toston Harbor through Southeastern
M i sachusetts would develop one of the
most Important manufacturing sections
of New tngland
Goes to Indlannpollx
Dr Paul F Bowers has resigned i
alienist on the staff of St. Elizabeth s
Hospital and goes to assume charge of
the Hospital for the Criminal Insane
at the Indiana State Hospital at Indian
aplis
ARMY ORDERS
Lcafn rvf alwnnco for four month! on surcron s
certificate of disalnlitr is prante.1 lory. Lieu..
IlinUKD V l KIT Twlfth Cavalry
Each nf tho followtna named offlerrs is reUeml
from duty as constnicSiiv: qnartermastir at the
post desicratrd aftor hw name
Cain. JAMKS V HFIDT Tenth Infantry Tort
lenjamln Harrjn Ind.
Capt. Pf-JMI H W ATKINS Second In-
lantrr hort Thnmas Ky
ist I lent. JOHN W UN Fit. Third Canity
I-ort Wmcate Vex.
Ioaie of ahsence for four day n srrantal Capt.
JOHN IU I ItnCTEK Coat rtillcry Porps.
Leate of alKcnce for three days n cranted Capt
IIAHOI.D K CIOKK Coast TtdUerr Cnrr
lyeate of ahvnre for twenty days, to take effect
upon his relief from duty in the Adjutant
ircnrjraia department. granted Maj SID
NFl S. JORDAN adratant ceneral.
Lcate of absence for four montlis with rT
misPion to en heyond the sea. is irrantot
Cait. FKI-nrlUt IL rovmor enmnussarr
to take effect npon the completion of 1 is
d lties m the I hihppines Dinsion.
The fa lowinc nameil oflierrs are reliered from dnt7
at the rmv War Collece Washinzton Rxr
racks District of Co umbia. to take effect Jnne
31 IJ11 and will then proceed to join their
respertire stations
Maj. OEOKOL Left. IRWIN Third Held Ar
Urierr Mai. ROrtFTtT . rUOVVN Fonrteenth Caralry
Maj FDWIN LANTXIN Coast AmUery Corps.
By direction of the President. LleuU CoL L
TFH L. FINLF1 injpectnr peneraL is ro
liered from detail in the Inspector General s
Department Lieut. Col. FIVLEi is assigned
to the Thirteenth CsTalry
Leare of absence for two months is cranted Capt,
ARTnCIt P TTsj Twenty fifth Infantry
NAVY ORDERS.
HORSE OWNER ACaUITTED.
Court's 1 no Flml.s Lqnlne to lie
In Good Condition.
Jacob Foer charged with cruelty to
animals jesterday provel to the satis
faction of JuU,e Mullownj that the
hor e in the case was in good condition
The case was dismissed Foer hitched
the horse outside the Police Court.
Judse Mullownj asked Robert I Miller
an attorncj who is a good Judge of
horsos to examine the equine Mr Miller
reported the horse fo bo'in good condition
Illiorced Wife Aaks Alimony.
Justice Gould vesterdaj issued an or
der directing Gilbert Cave to show
cajse on April 11 why ho should not
be punished for contempt Tho order
was issued on complaint of "Mrs. Lottie
Cave vi ho alleged that her divorced hus
band refuses to pay her alimony of $65
per month
A idovv Nnmcd Sole Heir.
The will of Edward Harris, dated July
"0 l'J9 was filed for probate yesterday
His wife Mrs Sarah C Harris, is named
sole benificiarj and executrix. Mr. Har
ris died March 14
TBS 1BB&N869EMS TO BEPEL 1YAR YESSSIS
SEVERAL EEBEIS WOUNDED.
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Major Alferaofl Stronger than Supposed.
HrSFfRE . VERY'EFFECTiVE.
QSH. BEATTBEGAED'S IHSTEUCTI0H8.
Army and Wavy movements. .
KOBE STEABIEE CHARTERED.
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CAMORRISTS TRIAL
HALTS FOR EASTER
Ascrittore Renounces Ien
as Real Murderers.
The following orders hare been Lvaed
CfcpL B WILLrTS detached duty as inspector
of machinery vroito New York Snlpbnlldins
Cbmpany amden S J to temporary duty
Nary Department Washineton. D CL
Lieut. IL h. KIJIMKU detached duty Lornsasa
to duty Nary Deportment. Ya5hinston. D C as
asmstant director of target praebca and eojdnecr
ing compKitioo.
Passed iK-istant S irzron J B M KAILS detached
duty Franklin to duty on siatic ittalion.
Assistant Sjrseou J . HOW UU. detached duty
aral Medical School Waahitcton. 1) C.. to
dnty Sorply
Assistant Surceons U. L. ITtATT J O OM L-
VCNA and J J OSILLK detached duty
Naral Medical School ashmston, D C, to
dnty on Asiatic station.
Assistant Surjeon O B. CUOU. detached duty
naral station, Guam, IL L. to boms and wait
Assistant Smseon V, J TOCLON. detached duty
nuppiy, to nome ana van omen.
Assistant raymaster S. IIEMPSTOSE. detached
temporary duty Bureau of Supplies and Ac
counts, 2itj Decajrtrrnt. 'Waslnnston, D C..
to tecrnanxy doty Vermont, under '"''WI"r.
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Viterbo April 11 The feirs of the
Camorrists that they would be unable to
attend to their religious duties during
Holy Week with the rropcr devotion were
quieted at the cIomj of this afternoon s
scision of the triil when President Blan
chl adjourned court until after Easter
This adjournment was expected last Fri
daj and when the court ordered the trial
to proceed to-da there were loud lam
entations in the prisoners cage
To-da s session developed situaUons
but littlo less sensational than tho;e
which marked the interrogation of Kr
ricone and Abotemaggio Vscrittore re
sumed his place on the stand this morn
ing and continued his attempt to con
vince tho probecution that the Cuoccolo
mnrders were committed b Tomasso de
Angelh. and Gactano-Amadeo He is ac
cused of naming theso two men for the
purpose of shielding the real murderers,
and th it ho is a part to a conspiracy
to protect the guilt Camorrists is in
dicated at least In the mind of tho crown
advocate by the fact that Ciro Vlttnzi,
the priest, also named Angells and Ama
deo as tho-men who admitted having com
mitted" thecriraes, at the confessional.
Ascrittoro was bitter in his denuncia
tion of the- judiciary and tho carbineers.
Several of his remarks brought lawyers
on both sides to their feet with offensive
recrimmaUons. He said there was still no
doubt In his mind of tho guilt of Amadeo
and Angells, but tho carbineers and
Judges had prosecuted him for calumny
and kept him In Jail for years, besides
forcing him to withdraw his testimony
against Amadeo and do Angells.
Tho Camorrists were less vociferous in
their demonstrations to-day, but more
given to walling and weeping When
Ascrittore declared tho judges had made
a martjr of his aged mother, as well
as himself, the prisoner. Including Errl
cone, sobbed historically
ThlrUeld Leaves for South.
President Thirkield, of Howard Urd
versltj, has gone South on an educa
tional mission of importance to colored
schools His special work will consist
mainly of delivery of adresses at the
leading institutions throughout the South
ern States
Postmaster Tried for Theft.
Richmond. Va., April IL Tho case of
R. Thomas Purkins, of King George
Court House, charged with theft of three
letters from the United States mails.
while postmaster at King George Court
House, Is on trial In the Federal Court
to-daj Purkins denteu tne tnett.
Cleveland Geta Examiner.
Richmond. Va.. April IL Francis Coats,
jr , of this city, special national bank ex
aminer, has been selected by the Clearing
House Association, of Cleveland, Ohio,
as examiner for the Cleveland banks.
Sanitary Inspector Promoted.
J. Frank Butts has been promoted to
an Inspector In the health department.
He-was formerly a sanitary inspector.
INEBRIATE ASYLUM URGED
Columbia Height' CItlrens Send Vp
p nl to Cam mi mi Ion era.
The Commkborrers have under advise
ment a letter from W B Todd secretary
of the Columbia Heights Citizens Asso
ciation urging tho establishment of an
inebriate asjlum
The letter which was received jester
da, li the outcome of a resolution passed
b the association on April 4 It is
pointed out that Congress has had the
question of an asjlum for Inebriates and
drug fiends under consideration for ten
ears
WANT SALE CONFIRMED.
for
Plaintiffs Vino Ynk Gnardlan
Malcom II. Chandler
George V Chandler and Jennie D
aughan yesterda appeared as plain
tiffs in a suit a ilnst h.dward T E.
Chandler Sarah "VI ood and Malcolm
H Chandler asking the court to pass a
degree confirming the sale of premises.
ZV C street southeast and appoint a
guardian for llalcolm H Chandler, who
is alleged to bo of unsound mind
It is alleged b plaintiffs, through At
torncj Walter C Baiderbton that they
contracted for the sale of th property
for ;C00 believing tho sale to be for
the Interest of "Malcolm H Chandler
COINCIDENCE OF DATES.
For the first time in forty sir
years the anniversarj of tho as
sassination of President Lincoln
w ill this j ear fall upon Good
Frldaj, April 14, the day and date
of the month In 1S63 when tho
great war President was struck
down.
This coincidence of-dates has
not occurred since the day of tho
great tragedy.
The Home Side
of Rector's
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VERYBODY KNOWS and
EVERYBODY GOES to the.
Hotel Rector, in New York. Any
evening at dinner or at an after-theatre supper in the famous
dining-room you may have celebrities pointed out to you.
But that the new Hotel Rector is the MOST HOME
LIKE spot in all that wonderful neighborhood of theatres
and shops and hotels may be a new fact to you. ItsJobbies,
hallways and reception rooms are examples of -subdued
richness.
There's NO THIRTEENTH FLOOR and thereVa
CONSPICUOUS ABSENCE of the garish promenade.
Each floor has nineteen rooms, all good size, splendidly fur
nished plenty of closet room, good ventilation and beds
that you can sleep in luxuriously.
A near neighbor of the new Pennsylvania and Grand
Central passenger stations, it has the most interesting part
of Broadway at its doorstep.' ,
It is a HOME hotel for people who want to FEEL
AT HOME in New York and in which New Yorkers DO
feel at home.
Rooms, $2.50 a day, with detached bath; $3.50-10 $5
a day with connecting bath. Beautiful suites, for two or
more, at $6 up.
HOTEL RECTOR
BRQADVMY AND FORTY FOURTH STREEX,
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