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TIIU KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAltnt 10, ISO.?.
THE WEEK AT THE THEATERS
soMKTiitNn audit mrnimNn and
1NCOMINI1 I'L.U.S AMI I'l.OI'l.i:.
t'rnnrls Wilson's Ihigncciiient libra nml
Otlirr (looil AltraetleiiH fur This
Week llnsidp nf llrncriil nnit
Local Inlrrrst nlc.
There tras a doubto disappointment In
the engagement of Mr. t-'rnncls Wilson nt
the Coaler Inst week. There wns a degree
of disappointment to those who were just
making the acquaintance of the cotneillnn,
because his rolo, nnd the opera which gives
It n sctltrig, ore hot up to the M.ihdar.l
thut Rave Sir. Von his reputation, mul
was accountable for local expectancy.
There Was also a great disappointment on
the part of Mr. Wilson' admirers that his
llrst slar engagement In this city should
not have been attractive enough to c'orn
Inand big audiences the whole week. The
disposition toward Mr. Wilson wns mnnl.
lestly favorable, for the audience Mond ly
c-vonlns was one of 1he largest the house
lias held this seacon! but there was no
other audience of tho week so large as the
one that welcomed the comedian.
n.,Mr' 'H'011 Mows with acquaintance,
rhose who eaw hlni In more than one per
formance of "The Devil's lJloputv" llUeil
him better the c.eotul time. Ills peroiutl.
ly is woiulerfully itgn.eable, mid even when
he Is most demonstrative, his style Is so
quiet and refined that his work Is not
what would bo called "shows" at llrst
glance. In cities when. Mr, Wilson Is well
known, thoroughly understood and very
popular, this opera has been .1 success, bo
cuiise when a man Is a favorite his public
will have him whether lie Is at his best or
not. Now tills fulls explains the com-
.... " ." "'"an uusmes none liy .Mr.
Alison here. "Tho ii..e.it'. nnnm.." i .n,
n ...! .....:.. I. ll.. .' .. ',,..,., . .3 IIU.
.. -;;- uiiuiii. lis ji sinnus lor winning now
termors'. And yet the general plan, tho ar
tltlo fretting, the superior mulc and the
whole effect of tho opera nrc so favorable
that an that was needed to make It a bit?
go In Kansas City was thtee or four good
numbers catch v either In lines or inoloeh
something that the audiences would have
found worth from four to six encores each,
iMi,'Lr;!r,.o: ?Ir'. .115' Element ns llaron
Ilohenstnuffo n In "The Now Dominion" .it
,r. 1s "! 'i iUeH thra'cr the past week
was highly commende.l by the most ells
Sr,,,,"" " theatergoers if the oltv. In.
deed, this Is one of the very best of cur.
rent ctuge character poitrnynls. It is
beautiful In conception, gentlemanly In de
portment, perfect In dialect, and, lii short,
richly deserves the production that Mr.
I ""Oliman will give the piny net season,
,:, ,w!npnt "liould see to It that along
with fitting Souihern scenerv shall come
actors who can net the Southern dialect
and other vise represent Virginian life.
The tnllc of tho week nmong theater
goers has been the disappearance of tho
theater hat at the Coites. The simple,
courteous request made by .Mnnager Hud
son, and announced In the pipers, had an
effect that could hardlv have been expect
id by the most sanguine. Throughout tho
vvllson engagement thcte were onlv a few
hats not more than threo or four to 1
seen nt any performance. Manager Ilud
bon Is elated over the general and rendy
compliance, and believes that the annoying
xi.it has gone to stay.
I to heartily glad that Mile. Jlhea, has
lound a good comedy and ono well suited
to her characteristics and powers. I have
nlvvnys maintained that this actress suc-
eeds bnter In comedy than In emotional
ir poetic drama. Her personal beauty, her
picsslve face ami her artistic finesse
serve to give delightful polish to her work
as a comedienne. Not that Hhc.a Is not
interesting In serious plays; but, compara
tively speaking, her forte is comedy, and
If "Tho Parisians" Is as well suited to her
(is rumor says It Is, Kansas City playgoers
liavo an enjoyable week ahead of them.
Stanislaus Stange, formerly of this city,
seems to be succeeding well -as a plas
w right and librettist. He wrote the libret
to of "The Maglo Kiss," which Camlllo
D'Arvllle has brought out with much suc
cess in New York, and for which Julian
rMw.irds wrote the music. He and Ml.
Hdvvarcls are at work on another opera
which will be called "The City of Truth"
( harlcs Dickson has been plavlng Mr.
.Siange's "A Jolly Good Fellow,'' a very
,.utcessful four act comedy which was
e aborated from Mr. Stnnge's beautiful one
mi play, "A Man About Town." i'cihnps
the greatest success with which Mr. Stango
has been Identified Is 'Trlend l'rltr,"
which he adapted from the Trench for
M. n Ion Manola and Jack Mason. So far,
be has onlj had one failure, and that was
"Mrs. Dascot," written In collaboration,
this lriniics attractions.
Vlurn of lthen In n Now Comedy nml
Other Inviting Hills.
he engagement of Mile. Ithea at the
Coites this week, beginning to-morrow
evening, promises to be one of the most
interesting that delightful actiess has hail
In this city. Ithea comes this season with
a new comedy from tho deft and popular
pen of Vlctorlen Sardou, and it has met
with such popular approval that she is em
ploying it lo tho exclusion of nearly all
her old plajs. It Is called "Tho 1'arlslans"
and is said to bo Ithea's best vein, that of
light, sparkling comedy, with occasional
touches of dramatic Interest. This will bo
given all tho week except Wednesday aft
ernoon, when Ilhe.i w 111 bo seen as Paulino
In "The I.ndy of l.jons," mid Saturday
evening, when tho bill will bo "The New
Magdalen," tho only emotional drama of
"The 1'arlslans" Is said to bo nn admira
bly written play, as might bo expected by
those who are familiar with Its sources.
It Is tho story of a wealthy parvenu, who
rears his family by tho business maxims
which had secured for him success In trade.
The old fellow had a contempt for every
thing that savored of sentiment, nnd In his
honest disregard for it eliminated It from
the homo llfo of his family. As a result
of this his eldest married daughter, trying
io conceal her extravagance fiom her bus.
bind by winning money at tho gaming ta
ble, mado serious losses nnd wns relieved
of her embatrassment by a gentleman who
lent her the money as an act of oou-'esy
and disinterested geneioslty. ThK ho
ever, establishes a secret between the gen
tleman nnd his wife which though harm
less In itself, created a groat deal of mis
chief through being misconstrued by tho
husband. The other daughters of the old
parvenu created no end of trnuhlo In a
small wav, but nil the w-hlln t'lotllde, tho
heroine of tho play, who has faith In tho
goodness of humanity, Is playing tho rolo
of peacemaker nnd smoothing out the fam
llv troubles, nnd finally she Is triumphant.
Tho climax Is vivid and realistic.
It Is said that llhea's personal charm
nnd her delightful vivacity never shono
vi lth greater luster than in tho role of Clo.
tilde Her own enthusiasm over tho part
may be understood from tho sacrifices shn
has mado of her old favorites, such as
Josephine, Cimlllo nnd Ueatrlce.
Ithea Is said to have a good companv,
and for that matter, she has always been
well supported nnd the public expects good
people during her engagements. Her lead,
ing people this season nro W B Hart, who
has become Identified with this nctreas'
productions, nnd Itnehel Ileane A good
deal of local Interest will surround tho
first appearance hero as a professlonnl of
Itobert Conness. formerly a Kansas City
amateur, who has been with Ithea this
senton, and who seems to have chosen
well lie Is said to have an Intel ettlng
rolo In "Tho Parisians."
'The Cllr! 1 Left llehlliil Mr."
The nil I I Left Itehind Me," with
Chntles rrohmnn's unit mild acting com.
pany. Its soldiers nnd Its. adequate bcenery,
will begin n week's e;ngemeu at tho
Rrnnd opera Iiouso this afternoon. Tho
piece Is now piesenled In such n manner
that while Iho beautiful love story will np.,
peal to the heart of the sneetntor, tho
mammoth stage pictures will churni tha
Tho nlory of Kale Kennlnn's lovo of thq
brave and manly Lieutenant llawkesvvorth,
who to blot out the ch.irgo of cow inlleo
mado bv a companion olllcur, who Is him
self guilty of the ch.uge, faces whnt seems
nlmo-it certain death to save a nnssacro
threatened gnrrljon, tiding thrmiKb tho
hostile Indian countrv on an almost forlorn
hope buo)Oil mi nnd nmla Indifferent to
fate by tho whispered "I lave ou" of his
siveetheait nt tho moment of Hurting, Is
told with bioad dramatic sweeps and
leaehes of novvpr that carry the nudleneo
by storm. The rescue scene at tho end of
tha third net surpasses In Its daring any
similar effects yet attempted on the stage.
The occupants of tho ganlson have been
holding out against the Indians bravely,
but thev oro only a handful to the nun
dierts of bloodthirsty Indians.
Thero all the soldiers nro shown In action
ns they defend tho stockade against tho
attacking Illackfect. They light In v.iln.
Tho Indians nro too many for them. Tho
rattlo of musketry Is deafening. Thero Is
a red glare from one end of the emlosure,
tha stockade Is on fire. Tho Indians aro
passing In through a breieh. fiencrnl
Kennlon has his revolver ut his daughter'
heart and Is about to fire. She has begged
Mm to kill her. so as not to meet a vvorso
fate a' the hands of the Indians. All seems
over, Desptir settles on the fited garri
son, when n bugle sound, tin rl.itter of
hoofs Is heard tho relnfon imi nts rrom
Kort Asslnnbone The big gato swings
open, nnd the hero of the re. ue nrrlves.
Knle's lover fulls Into her arms It Is n
tremendous climax, nnd soim-ilmes seven
or elRht curtain calls ore dnnitid.il. It
requires a very large comKin to plaj lh
how "lllrl 1 I.eft Ilehlnd Me " The more
prominent of the players are Maud Harri
son, liOltlo Aller, Jitm's 15 Wilson, Mnclyn
Arbtiekle, Mron Cnllce, Hiron linttglnn,
Thorn is Oberlv nnd Ucririid llerkle.
There will be no ndvnnco In prices, ,
A eir Torre nt the Mnlh Mrrrt,
Herbert Caw thorn, In a new farce com
edy, called "A Cork Man," will be tho nt
trnctlnn at the Ninth Siroet theater this
week, beginning this nfternoon. The com
edy Is b lleorgc Hoey nnd Is his latest,
nnd, he snvs, his very best. It Is nn up to
date farce with numerous specialties nnd
plenty c' life, snap nnd atlel
t'awlhorn will be especially well
remembered n the Irishman In "l'hc Lit
tle Nugget!," when he and his brother
Joe made the comedy famous nnd prollt
able. He Is n good comedian of his class,
wllh a stjlo that Is exception illv natural
for farce comedy, nnd one that nlwnvs
pleases the public. The supporting com
pany Is of tho best, lniii'iiig M m May
Mortford, Mls acornla Hnui), lli- Un-
nle Mlaco, Miss Rena Trumbell, Miss Susie
I'oriobtor, Miss Lillian (laic, George U tie.
viiuriie J UUI1K, iian:e .LiiM)ii, i ,1:11 01:11-
hart, Harry JInnlovo nnd ndvvln P. Lewis,
The music Is nil now. bright and catchy
and the costumes arc beautiful.
1'rleilii Miiinilsoii Coming Hi if.
Word has just been received from John
Wnhnkcn, manager of (illmoro's band,
that he has seemed tho famous child pl-nnl-tc,
Prleda Jilmonson, of Derlln, lo np
pear with the band In this clt This mere
child has appeared before royaltj, and
toured with Pattt, Mclba and Albuni, and
has been embraced nnd praised bv ltubln
stcln. Joseph Hoffman's father sas sb0
Is gi eater than his son, and when she
made her debut In New Vork recently .she
was pronounced the greatest of all youth
ful artists. She has become a fad and her
appearance heie will bo an Important
Pupils' ltd It il.
The pupils of Mr. Ituikdph I.lrhter will
give the following musical programme at
Mason is Hamlin's hall next Filday even
ing "Dressed for the Ball" (Llchner), -Mary
"Valse Lente" (Po I.lbes). May A est.
Trio, "Walter's Price Song" (Wagner),
violin, piano and organ, Messrs. -Moody,
Clio and Itichter.
Polonaise (Merkel), Hthel Sparks.
Dance (Jlaj er-IIellmund), Conic Kelly.
"Little D.ilsj" (Nevln), Miss lllancho
"Hunters' Pong" (nohm), Tanny Kellv.
"The Two Sk larks" (Lc-chtlzk), I'lor
"Andaluslon Maiden" (Hauley), .Mjrtlo
Mnzurka (Goddard). Julia Tood.
"Home, Sweet Home" (Thalbeig).
Testimonial to .Mr. Ilubbiril.
The P.ublnsteln Club will give a testi
monial conceit for Mr. L II. Hubbard, a
Swedish organist, nnd a very talented vio
linist. Mr. Hubbard Is (leslious to study
in "Tim ami. i
abroad, and somo of his friends center fcuch
hopes In his futuio that they h.ivo de.
termlneil to assist him. The loncert will
ba given at Mason te Hamlin's hall next
Satuiday eveuliib' by tho following well
known concert music! ins: Mrs. Mayo,
llhodes. Miss Jonnln Hose, Mr, Call llusch,
Mr. W, Von ltol.i Jlaelellnskl, of tho Hub.
Instelu Club, usslsted by Miss Hazel Gialu,
violinist, and Miss Theo Train, plun'.st.
The programme will be ns follovvb:
Polish Dances (Seharwenka) Jllss Jennie
Hoso and W. Von Uohi M.u'lelinskl.
"Air Varle" (Do llerlot)-L. II. Hub.
"1-V.rv.-J" (words by Oscar JI., Phelph)
Mrs..Majo-Ithodes nnd W. Von Hoi.. M.ieie.
Hungarian Jlluipsody (LIzt) Mlt-s Jennlo
Son'gs, (a) "My Dove" (Theo Train), and
lb) Swedish song (LIndly), Mis. JIjjo
Ithodes. (a) "Heverle" (Vleuxtemps). (b) Chanson
polonnlse. (c) "Obnlab" (Wlntawskl, W.
S'on Kola Macclllnskl.
Trio (a) "Ilerceuse, (b) Serenade (Carl
Hush), W, Von ltol.i Macelllnskl, MIs Haz
el Grain and Miss Theo Plain.
Ilit-thiiti'ii tiuli Coutert.
The last of the series of subscription
concerts by the Lecthuvcn Club will be
given at Mason & Hamlin's hall next Fri
day afternoon. No slnglo scats wcic sold
' V Zz- "' J V'.'
mmmmMMSiffi7m w nk
ujvrvMv iiiVvaMS-iroi1. uniiiifjiiff iniiii nn
'iW"jrr y , xaig&3'llllilfJ
for the oilier two concerts, but ('onduclnr
llehr ntmoiinois Hint tl kels will be sold
for (his i on. i rt lo stir h ns do not hold
season tn ket The programme on this
oirasion will be nn exei edlnitlv Interest
ing one, In hiding I,ii's sj mphotilo poeln,
"I. Prelude", the mol popular orches
tral numbi r of Ine present New York sea
son and one that has been repented there
by the I-nmroh otihestra tunny limes. A
feature will be the Intermeu from "Cnv
nllcrla Itnstleann," plnvcd by the orches
tra, aslsti il bv pintin nnd organ nnd sung
ns nn Ave Maria bv n double quartette,
composer of Miss riorohce Stevens, Miss
Iittlu Snnford, Miss ll. I'hnrfee, Mrs. J,
litis Hurt, Mr, W. K. Potter, Mr. Will
Ormsbey, Mr. I., K. t'hnfTee nml Mr. Will
J, Murray In the programme, which Is
here appended, the other numbers speak
Overture "Osslnn" tcbute )
Concerto O minor (Mendelssohn), Mrs.
Ilehr and on hestrn
Second sulle "Scnndlnavla" (lltisch),
prelude (Largo. Sohervo), romin7e (l.ar-
fhetto). Conducted by composer, Ctrl
ltitorme7.ro "C.u altera Hustlcana" Mas.
Air nnd vntHllons (Uode-Davld),
Smphonlc poem, "I.es Preludes" (Liszt),
Ml. iill Weber's Itc-f Kill.
Carolina. Von Weber will give a rccltil
nt Dundee M. 11. church next Thursday
evening .under the nnsplcs of tho Hpwortll
Loaciie. Miss Von Weber will be assisted
by Mrs. A. II. Coyle. organist; Miss Ihnnii
Louise Lockhnrt, render, and Mrs. 15 W.
Llghtburu, accompanist. The programme
will be ns follows.
Triumphal march (Dudley Huck) Mrs.
A. II. Covlu.
"The Silent World Is Sleeping" (Dudley
Ilm 10 C. Von Weber.
".lack, the rishoimnn" (Phelps) Miss
Ilmnin Louise Lockhnit
Postlnde In A (11. A. Mncf.irren) Mrs. A.
"Pir Qnarle dl tal l-.vrvln" (Donizetti),
from "Hllxlr of Love" C. Von Weber.
Impersonation (selected) Miss llmnni
(ai "In Love's Service" (Mev er-Helmund),
(b) "HelRh liaby. Ho Ilaby" (Theo I 'rain)
C. Von Webtr
1. Hi 11 Hi aih Klin's t'nneert.
llllen Peach Yaw, tho wondeiful singer,
who was heard In this city last season In
two concerts, will give ,1 letuni concert nt
the Auditorium Mondnv evening, March IS.
Slncu Miss Yaw's last onei rt here she bus
been touring In v .11 lous parts of the coun
tiy, but has devoted most of this se ison
to the South, where she his played in.inv
original and return concerts with a dcgie'u
of success that would be very complimen
tary to a much longer established prim 1
donna. She Is said to have improved phv-sl-cally,
nnd also to hivo udvanced nittstlc
nllv Her praises foiin a continuous song,
ns It were, ami yet they do not seem to
have spoiled the wonderfully ramred sing
er, who has, In one particular, outdoor; nil
pieccilent. Miss Yaw still has with her
Max Dick, violinist, and GeorglelH Lay,
pi mist The loserved seat sale will opun
at Legg liros.' to-morrow morning.
Ilraiimtle and Musical nte..
Aloxnnder S.ilvlnl will play "Othello"
llllon Tony cclebraled her 17th birthday
"115J." pnhaps tho greatest success
i.nrr huhind mi:."
among nil tho recent operatla burlesques,
will b tho attraction ut tho Coates tho
week of .March IS,
Il.illeu und llnrt will follow "Tho Girl I
Lift Jichlud Me" ut tho Grand,
A Hiudflostaneo di-ima C,C"-1 years old
was lLitully piorluced In Pails,
Sline Nuidlca will many il. Dome, tho
IlHin.ail.in luior. In N'evv York In -May,
An Ameilcan singer named Minnie Tracy
Is making big success In Culio, Kgypt.
Amusement managers of Ameilca are
estimated lo pay out KOuO.OOo a year for
Mr, Pruiicols Iloucher, tho violinist, who
was called to Peru, Neb., on uccuunt of
tho lllmss of Mrs. ISoucher, has leturned.
Mis, Houcher having fully recovered.
Italy lias u mw opeiutlo composer of
grt.it promise. Ills name Is Httore Martini.
Ills opera is "Yoiiik,'' said to bo free frot.i
sunsatiouullsni and wondvl fully strong ami
Mr. Hdward Jakobovvski, tho composer of
Francis Wilson's new opera, "Tho Devil'!
Deputy," Is under contiact to write two
inoio operas tor Mr. Wilson. Mr. Juko
bowskl 111 st bnamo known III this country
us tho composer of "Hrmlnlv."
John nrltllth. a new star. In his big pro.
iliicllon of "l-aust," will bo seen ut tho
Ninth Street, following "A Coik Man."
Mr. Giillith was Lewis MonUou'a uudci-
Ktudv for tho part of Mephisio. nml Is snld
In b-i i nllily sin cessful In lint p irl, vvlllio
his piodiiiilon is new itiui (.Hi grmis,
ttu l-df Ilk liter has In in riunii-d lo die
n l-iitil nt olathe to-monow evening.
Among the numbers he will play olk
Inatin s "Song Without Yv.irls' (Volk
maiini, funeral minh (t luq In), Iremol.i
(Hnttsehnlk) Hiingnrlnti tlime (Itrnhnis),
"rnnhlmiiser Mnrch" (.iginr-Iiis;t) nnd
the planls! s own tevi-rle
1'iatik Daniels will npprir as i-omlc
opera star next season In a hi w plcrc bv
II. II, Hnilth. The music Is by Vh tor Her
bert, who wrote the, t -ore for "I'rlnc.i
Atuinlas," Tin scene of Hie llbretio Is
laid In I.Rypi, and Mr. Daniel, will take the
part of un Hcypllaii laklr, who. ihrough
black url. dtlis up the ilni Nib, and does
pretty Heir nnyllilm; he wishes
It Is not n well known fa-t that Sardou
li nn onultlst Yet this Is Hie i ase Sot
don bellevis llrmly that all his lust il.i - -at
least, the ttinlu Ideis or his lust plivs -wclo
given In him li his slsti r lie his
never provldod a nntni- fin any of Ids
lleruhardt tdnvs that did not en-1 with the
letter "a" since "redout" ' (llsmimda."
his latest work, was lltst called "La Hm-h-isse
d'Alheiirs," but he elmnged the llllo
n few di)s lu-fote the prodnetloii nui
Henlils eviti .loin- iidmlrnbly bnlniii -1
mind-Is souiellmes tti llin'iic i -1 by supeisti.
tloii Drnmntle Minor
Mr. L C Hlsoit, of l!oton. will give
two leituios In Knnsas ciiv, one Monday
evening, Mnrih 25, nnd one Widncsd.iy iv
enlng. Mnrch .'7 The sulije-1 Monday will
be "Seven Cmturles of llngllsli Songs,"
Wed!iesda, "Waiilier and Ills Theories"
The lectin os will be given nt the Krun
bctg Conservnlory of Music. The price of
Admission lo tho public will bo to cents anil
23 cents to Hie pupils of Hie conservatory
on Wednesday nfleinoiin. lie will give a
lecture lo Hit conservator.! pupils. Tho
piollts fion- the 1 -lures will be given to
tho lady inatiftgeis of tho Maternity Hos
Charles Datcours the music crltlo of
riKuni (Paris), speaks (bus of Hinhnis:
"The grand value or Johannes Hiahms Is
liicontestililej but two shadows Mem lo
lest upon bis Hjmplionlc vvoik tho lack of
melodic Ideas und the lack of Individuality.
These gifts, however, do not hour tho value
In normany that they do lu- Prance, mid
llrnhms Is Justlj reputed by out neighbors
to bo their most lem.irkuble musician since
Schumann, setting aside Wagner, of cnuise,
wlio must aluujs be set aside when It Is a
question of i ompnrtsoli. Dr.ihms Is con
sldeied li the Germans a successor of
Heothuun. Such un opinion ns that makes
It wnith our while to bo pitlrnt, to wait
und hear und study his works, nnd pei
luipsj bv and by wo may enjoy them."
While In Hurope last summer Mr. Kcctie,
bv permission of the din i tor of the Mu
seum of Nurthern Antiquities In Copen
hagen, hid a "word made- copied from that
used b llolger, the Dane, one of the s ilnts
of the- kingdom during the eighth centurj.
It Is half sword, half d iggi r, about two
feet long, with a curlous1 fashioned upeu
wolk guaid In steel, elaboiately repu
scntlug an Incident of Danish warfare, ami
Is of singular .unique lnt n-t. In his l'.u Is
vv.iiidcilngs among the old brlc-i-br.io and
book shops of the Latin quarter ho dis
covered tome r.ne old engrave I poiti-alts.
Including those- of ItlchcJIeu, Louis NHL,
Marlon de Lot me and Albert de I.u no,
the latter the chief of Louis' many court
butterlly favorite. ISulwer, In bis great
play, constructed his H.ir.ulas and De Mttii
prat on combined traits and Incidents lu
the lives of De l.ujnes and Cinq Mars.
"The Girl I Left llehilul M " gives the
best picture of Indian war manners to be
M-en upon the stage. In the llrst act we
have a council sceno with the whites, lu
the- third act wo have a p irle 111 which the
Indian chief refuses qu.irti r, and finally
we witness all the- Incidents of a desperate
defense ngalnst the savages The I
fect of this night scene in the- stock-a-ie,
with tin- fre-quiut ler m reuce of
Hut straiirto und terrlfvlng music of tho
Indians, Is really tremendous It Is a sin
gularly quiet scene, and u nil the more
impressive for that. The soldiers, believing
tlnmselves doomed, make the last prepara
tions. In the dawn the- ollleers give their
last commands to the men nml their 1 ist
words of encouragement to the women
live ry one Is resigned, hut e our.igeous. And
through it all Is heard the weird war chant
of the savages rising nml filling upon the
night air. This one ste-ne gives a belter
notion of tin- honors of Indi in waifaie
th in a doyen volumes.
HeUsco and Pyle's plav, "The Girl I
Left Ilehlnd Me," Is even where reviving
interest in this martial all Some ung
people whose childhood in- inorli s do not go
link besom! the late civil war think " I'll"
Gill 1 l.ni lithlnil Me" is a war melody.
It is no such thing. It is over n ee-ntiiiy
old, having b-on plaveil ind sung lu Hn
glanil as long ago as 170). The original name
of tin 1-ong was "Hrlgliton Camp" and I's
veises celi-lir.ito some inildent couneeteii
with the hi ait hlstor uf that camp
Ililghtun wus ono of the miinv cunpe
on th'- west roast of Hngland nulnt ilm I
until some i.us ago Solrlie-i.s were com
ing ami i,olng between these pirts, an 1
the air th it Is now- so popular with tin
men who in ike a business of ilghtlni. w is
popul ii- U' )tius ago. It Is an old Irish
air, but who eeiinpose-d It or who wrote the
song Is neivv uukiiuvvn. The clu umstane es
that idlle-1 ll forth must hav- h.i-1 some
romantle value Perhaps It wis such a
stoiy of. se-lf-su rillee In tho cause of love
as the pl.ij vvhli-h has been named nft-r
It tells. Certainly 't vvas n case of .sep
arated loven longing to lie together again
and .Venning lui the day that would unite
The Amu lean lights to "Tho Chieftain,"
the new eomle- opt.!., composed bv Sir Ai
tlllir Sullivan, the llhrettei or which Is bv
1' C. lluiniud. Hi- editor of IMiin h, vvhiih
has been runulni' to ciovvderl houses nt the
Savoy theitei, London, since list Dee em
ber, have be-eu seemed bv .Mr. Pi mots Wil
son, from .Mau.it.er D'OJ ley Cute, and the
piece will be- prcMtiteel nt Abliev's tin ati r,
'ew Yolk, next Septemlier, with the popu
I ir comedian In tho p irt of litlggs, pUj.il
In Iiondon by .Mr Passmore ll was .Mi
Carte's Intention to s- ml a London c imp my
m America, in xt si ,ison to nlav the- om la,
but VVlbon's olfer was such a generous enie.
in Its let ms that tills Idea was abamluiie I.
anil a few d.ijs ago the papers asalgniiu
tho lights to lilm wore- e-xeeuted. "The
Chieftain" Is In two acts, the first being lo
nnioil in a mountain inss near Seville. In
Spain, among a b.uiel ot ladiones, .nul the
second be-foie nu Inn In the village of
Dehei-as, on the rlvn- Sll. .Mr INon h
part Is Hint of an Hngiisli tomist who Is
ciptureel by the biudlis nnd i-onipelled to
acoept tho position uf the chle-ttiln. In
tho music Sir Anhur Is said to hivo re
sumed the melnelloiis st.vie which first won
for him his fame as a composer.
NEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
I'roiu Hans is 'Hy Mi H'" lliirllngtnn
"DI.NVI.U SPLCIAL." leaves Kansas
City dally 10.;u u. in, solid train; arrives
Denver 7:30 a. in
"HUULINGTUN NKW LINK VIA HIL
LINGS." for l'uget Sounei and Pacific
Coast from Kansas Cltj, leaves ut 1U..U
a. 111. daily.
This line gives patrons nn opportunity
to visit Hot Springs, South Dakota, lilaek
Hills and Yellowstone Park, ami It Is tho
short lino between Kansas City and Hel
ena by 3s3 miles, Hull" 313 miles, Spokane
471 miles, Seattle Hi) miles and Tncoma 115
This Is Iho most marvelous scenic routo
and pei Imps tho most Interesting across
Hound trip tickets to nil I'aclllo coast
points vlv this line.
1'or full information address II. C. Orr,
Burlington lloute. Knnsas City, .Mo,
I'lilim I'ae-llie I llt-t tune.
The California and Oregon Limited leaves
Kaunas city eveiy ihiy in the seai at l) Jo
a. in. Ti.iln Is vestlbuli'd. Lighted with
the celebrated Plntseii gas Heated mo t
comfortably with steam, l.quippe I with
smoking car, Pre e lei lining chair en.
Pullman latest Improved sleeping cars und
Pullman palace dining ears. Kansas Cltv
to Portltnd. onl seventj Iioiiis Plen-.ii
ceimp-iro ihls tlino with mlur lines. The
Denver ami C illfornla I'nst lino leaves
dally at 7.W l m. I-ul y i-qiilnpoel wltli
smoking cir-v free reclining eJuilr cars,
Pullman pil.ie" bullet tleeplug cats. Spleii.
did tialu lor Deiiv or. Le ivo Kansas City
ut 7.S0 P. ni. Air-ve Denver ut S:2S next
clay noon. No other line does It City tlel.
ct olllces, lOeW Main st , 1WJ Hnlun ave. ami
Union siatlun. lelc-phono 110t.
Ilitun Lands In lliiustim County, Tevns. IM,
Mm- of 1. A i. . It, It.
Tho Houston County Immigration and
Development hoelety would make known
that lhe have u0.ijeie) acres; only 10u.wju j,
culilvailon. population. :'3,0(W. Pjoduevs
home seeker l iiivne-ei eu vyii-e-sponu with
1 c loiinaii, t.wts-A.w....t, sccreiar,
Home-seekers excursions February 12,
March B and April 2 from various North,
trn and Ilistoin points.
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT ?
Tho Hurllngton fast train "Ull" leaves at
C5D. The only Unu serving meals on tlm
cufo plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago, In addition to legular meal service.
This entire tialn Is equipped with all mod.
tru Improvements. Service unexcelled.
e Laborers Are:
Cins. W. Young, Geo. Gate,
Fred Eckcri, Cias. A. Mason,
Morris McCu Hough,
Susie For rosier,
Fanny Miaco, fiono Trumvel,
Amy May, May Man I lord.
H VMIIi.lolui (Irimths,
i in- iireaii t i iv
lug Mi phlstu.
GRAIN MARKETS HIGHER.
llt'M.IM! MIWS CAi'sI'I) A MI!lti:il
ADVAM'i: IN l'llltl.
May VMient Cbiti-d AVIlb i II ilu of 7'r,
t'urii Miiiln i Like AilWliu-c, Oats
Were .'1-Hc Higher, but Pro'
visions l)i c Ilm il.
Chicago, HI, March 0. The tn.nket news
to-day vvas nlmost exclusively nnd some
vvliut iiithuslnstlcully bullish, nnd May
wheat closed with To gain. Coin gained
"V-, iinil oils "jC, but provisions llntslied
In wheat, tho most protnlnent fenluro of
the e.u!y news vv.ui the Michigan crop ie.
poit. Tho total ot last c.u'h wheat imp,
which was il.fi.'T.WO bushels tor tho state,
has already all In en used up, and tlu-ie-foie
theio Is no vvlic.it In Michigan
now but repre ents surplusago from prev
ious crops. The- weather wius colel. and
after a spell of mild weather und lain It
hail turned cold e Hough since the elm be.
loro to eonveit tho lain and melted snow
In the w he-lit fields Into sheets of P e '1 bo
vvui'k'n exports of Hour anil vvlieut from
both mints amounted to 3 ",7:,0UO bushels,
euuipaiie! with S.C-Wjij bushels a wei-k ago.
and S.s.il.WfJ bushels a i-nr ago. The pil
iniuy murk' t ncelpts were l-.il.0Ui) bushels,
siriing .iiny iipeuc-ei -n- iiei.ie.-. ... . v.
and dlel nut get below 5l'i closing at r,,i
The dns's business lu coin was goeiel In
umouiit. und geiieiully on the upgi ido in
tho matter of tulces The unload mai
ket vvas firm and made a .similar udvniuo
to that made In the pit, nltlinugli the de
mnnd came- r hletb fiom the olevntor peo
ple, the tlirougli billed ln-nket being com-
til eaiiie l ills, iiemevui, vv nt '-in p"i i "i
tho closing bell before- nnj ep"lit fin tors
eoulel mati-iiall?!-. 1'ilces fullriwiil thos,,
CONTEST AMONG THE COLONELS
-.viral of Hum Am lleeplj Inleri sleil In
a I nlliil si,,!,, ll.ir-h ilshlp in
Washington, Maioh H (Hpi e lal ) lleputv
.M.iishal L SHowo and Colonel dull, of
Aiilmoie, niilve-el last night lor the pui
pose of hi ttllns tho low ovi-r uppolntments
lu tho Indian country. Colonel Siuvvo Is
an applicant for tho Cnlled Ktni.s mai
shalsbip lor tho Chlekas.iw- diftiut, an 1
he- has tho barking uf United Biati s Mai
nh.il Me-Alemer, togothe-r vvltu tli.it of
1 iilteil States .liieigo Ktuait. Colon. I
t.nceil. of l'.uil's Valley, who Is also ulur
ih.i appolulnieut, 6.1 s iho marshal s u'lie .
vvhii h Is supphiug lnduiMcniHiiiH -o i iilom I
Smwe, did not entut veils lie-.n tilv Into th"
tiv.it ii t ni lemovlug bandits, and ill el I'ulii-
iii I Stuwe did not at any time- ni.il.i- Ioni
se ll lonspleiiiius In tiylng to e-.i.iiu. an
of the outlaws. Ho dee-Inies Ciiloin I Stmvi
mule! find soinutliing lu that line to atunl
lo e-veu now if ho would leiu.iln at luuin
iistcui ot coming lino to Impiove Im
elmnees lor a better Job.
While, e ulonel isneed Is lefeuilng to unt-te-ia
In this waj. Colonel Hluwn Is .iImi in ek
ing homu oIihi rvntlons. They nie m tin
inert that hiu eel is not a eitt.'.eii ot tie
leiiitoiy, that tonio time ago liei leiim I
in biive on a Jiiiv ut Aidinoie. bi.itiug
iliat he was a cltlre-n of Ualuesvllli , l'i ,
nnd, that being tho cane, ho la not elh,lbli
tor tlm iippeiliitnient lio iilao 'nvs tin i e.
Is a e oiubliialiuii he.iili-il by Coleun 1 le d
bi tter, or Aidmore, who vyanus to be Jinn,
Aliei ho t,iiln this uppolntmi-nt he- Is lo
m.iko hin.nl miiiohnl nml do all he mu lo
hive .loo l'hllllps oiisieel as eh'ik ot IiIh
illlllt 111 IlllUllbell llj tllO Tl-..US CIOVV el, lell 1
this loi tho piuposo of putting hi n man
who Is Inteii-sinl tu a fin.uii lal vv.i Willi
Ciiloin 1 I.ielbellii nml Culonel Mured
In the nu .ultimo It Is elilmeel tint Colo
nel G ill Is on hand tu Uudst that If Stovve
anel Sine I plilVellt l-Illll othir fiom I,' ttlng
the appoluimiut ho will tuko it Ho is
tiling to wink up u suppoit in tin- eiio of
an i niei g ney of this Itliul with Smnl, as
he all .-ailj has iho uudeisiuuillng wltli
Colonel Smwe. Ill tho event ho woil.s
Huecd In this 1'unhton, Colonel Stovve Is to
he u-talucil deputy marshal and oei upy tin
samo position ho holds ut this lime In
tills vva it will bo ilbtcov ori'd that ho le
Into a Hiu.ill fi-liemo lilmai If. Colonel Snei e
has u Tennessee pull, together with a little
support fiom Tunuk. Tliu Ti-mis erowd,
l.ioper, Is Packing Colonel Stone-, who la
uuvv nu olllrlal In that ling,
, i.ik'ovihiim: i:m'i.(iih.
Dun 31aii Was Instaulh Kllleel uud Anrilliir
Ilnnliburg, 1'a., JIarch 9. The engine of
thu i'aclllo expri-bH, which left Union Bta
Uoii on tho lMuibilviiul.i ruilro.nl at 2 10
this inomlnif. wan blown up ut Covo sua
lion, (loven mlle-3 west of Hairlsburg,
riie-ui.in John V. I'eilley, uf .Mntsvllle-,
1' i., was killed, uud John A. Funk, uf llni
risbuig. wus piobubly lutallv liijuuil. Tho
usploslun tinned tho engine- enniplotuly
uiound. uud ile-i.tllcel tho mull nml baggage
eais. IhiKlniur l'lillk tns tho boiler wns
moio than hulf lull of wuter. anil ho c.in
not nce-ouut lor tho acoliluit unlebs teinw
i old water got Into Hie- liollei. Thero weio
lui pouniU of steam on when tho eploslou
Washington, M-uch 9. Tho following pen.
b.jii luivo been giuulod . , .
Mlssouil John A. Smith, Ivlrksvllle,
t.t.i,. lleitev 1 1. 'l-all.-v. Itovmoll. Slilll.
v in. Jlmk H- CTa. liutler. Hates, Siniuii
luvls, Leo'a Summit, Jackson, l.coigo W
niUon, i.may, Cluik; Hinebt John, St,
l.ouls, St. I.ouls; Join 1.4uci, Jupiiu, J.ib.
ihi: Harvey YV. Holt, Ovvinsvllle, ll ibe-mit
.iilu; f.uuh A Uuulap. Wtbb City Jasper;
Johanna sutor, Joiiebliurg. loui.omeiy.
Kansas ricelerlck J, Casten, June-ilon
City, lle-ary, Hze-kle-l 31. Illatl, Muuiiel I'liy,
Llnu. Jede-dlab T. Walkei, Hainaid, l.in.
tjn: tlioigo N. Chappell, chauute Xeo,
ehi). William Moigan, Uunlabuii,, Miami,
John Jones, Morula ad, Niosho, Thomas H.
Je-lte-rson, llulfulo, Wilson; JUilaui Cannon,
ludipende-Iiie-. luntumei , Jluiy J. Legale-,
Oklahonui uriitoiy David Miller, New.
kills. "K" county; John A. Stevens tjuth.
lie, l.ogan; lleniy A. Hasklns, Viikuu,
V'. I'. Viinil llll-l'.iiiii.)li,i l.
Only -Si- hour. St. I.ouls to li w Vork,
U viindali.i-1'i-niibjhanlu. Tho ew oik
limited, train No. X, leaves St Hints ilally
1 p. m . ui i he's New York ne.t dav il p.
m. Cull upon or uddrc'5,4 Hiuuuci, Vaudalu
Hue. St. Louis. i
llg.llIlSl -JI.IM"! IIUSIICIS. 1 lie C.IV ee puwi eieei-
ket wus uuoteil Mini, with an upwind teuil
1 ney. A dispatch was torched slating that
Xowport Ne-ws hid shipped -l.uw biriels
..e .. 1 rn..i l...al,..l.. ..? ivln.til In
etc leneii jiieei tiv --v i-'i'inn s.. ........ --
Iweno-foui hours, mill Hint freight en
gugements had been m.ieie fin tlm ship
ment of WJO.K'J bushels ot wheat during the
leni.ilndei- ut the month of Mnrch Stunts
be 1. lino buvers, and the m irki t vvnuinl up
paiativeiv m.iik. evv luiiv ii'in-e-u .ie
ir plane es of cable oliois made fiiiin the in
vesterelay, nnd that miiiket was cpiotcd
ill in In e oimi iiiicm c. The- expent ili.n-
.... . . .,.'. r....n ...i.,nl...l Ailtnttli.
line's iieiiii eeiej i,,eti i-i ,.- ie... ...........
poit-i weiei vny light: but ".I7.im bushels
was lepoiteel ele-aieel from Newport News
May opened nt IJVn IJUc, s-ulel up tu l.'c,
anel closed with seiiei.s at the lattet figuie
To-diy the bullish n-ullng in wheal and
coin alsn tnok a hold on oats, an.! for a
bilef period eonlileinlilu uctlvlt.v was un
or i oril, opening uucnic neiM"j, s, ,,... ..,.
und icstlug at tho top pities ui tti. d.iv,
.Mny fiom ."IV'I '-"J'. c to 'si'. , , ,
Ilm piovlsimi market lout a trllle nf tli
bullish fi cling which was no piomiieni ine
day In foi-ei l-ruk openi-d with u ilmp luuii
11 .,u It i lctst.il est, nlav . lei Shi s.,. .en 1
snld ns low lis SIUS2',-. Atterw.iHi, th"
si .i,lli in vvneic null e i,i' .v k
"l.i.i. i " in lei which Its spillt-l rose 'ihi. u
Pili.i mi aiii.d tj lutr,1,!;. nml it . li.atu it
sinTi sellns .e elivllno of V for Hie dav
l.tnl nml Hi ' elroppeel jijc of v- m rdnv s
I loslllt- ill' i.ie'-vii. .ii-'i .-tit '
wire the most piomlnent In . ' im' eud
.1., I i elite i 'otmiiiiiv- the In sl t.lt i.
sfl OPERA HOUSE.
Tho Ptiiiniu.sl Ilium of the Season.
NOTHING OUr THE NEWEST .7. u.W.r-
ONLY Ji'TJ-Kr IN TOWN,
One Nig lit OnlyM OSTDA Y. MARCH J.J.
DIRECTION OF CHARLES E. ("PARSON") DAVIES,
Boxing, Wrestling, Frcncinn;, Heavy WeiiIit Lifting,
Bag Punching, Club Swin.injv, Etc.
Tommy Ryan vs. Emmett Mellody i Joe Ghoynski vs. Mike Madden
Lon Agnew, v?c,Kh1u;n.1noKVs, Oscar Gardner, .'.a km.
Prices 50c, 75c, Si. 00, Si. 50: Box Seats, $2.00.
Scats now on snlo nt tlu .lunctloti (i . I 'licket Ollle-i'. SOfAtS ordorod
by wiro or tclephono will bo hold until 7 45 p. m to-morrow.
SfdSy, March 10,
Wi Alsn 1 liuriday nml Saturday lutlners.
ivj The Great American Drama,
,r s... t .
JVy l'l-rfiiiineil olio Mglils in Ni-w York.
-5 Presented with a Company of Soldiers, I
S&lStupenaou's Swrii C fleets and a iupvrb
tftj Cast, ncludim
J .i in ie- ii ein in e.rrriiae i rhi-v
nJiT.iil1 Ml. r lolel Itnn '. J.ilne 1.
W p m M isit i rOue , ,e, riiiimaH
pell I VU.i ." ll.vion Douglas
'IW! I l VI ' ,em 5. C li JyO"! i VV .1
Ut-iu I-is. Arthur Ilnvden, eii . u
tfflfi ltniiixriiiriii ! i ii.i;,;s ri.oii.u i.v
IN .V IIAIIT.
ELLEI BEACH YAW
k. c. LirrrfiR carriers ass-n
sc-tH on silts .it Ii;ir Urns. t ie w Walnm bl
n.I.'N,; MONDAY, MARGII Illli
.TuitlnrcH A-iIihi1 iinil sttuidij
Ulto (. It inning ArtHtw,
lliunl tj, 'I in sd iy, w I'duesilnVi 1 iinriday,
I'rlilaj mu! .-mlui-.!a) .VtutliH-e,
AVt'ihit stlit MitliMM.
'THE LADY OF LYONS"
Niiiinl ly Mgln,
"THE NEW MAGDALEN"
PIIIKC1WXH fur vtng fc'iTj
CltKAU lUl.M-.Uwlu nteyc$At,M.J
pnrtitla of the Halm iifll up fciyWTOS
n!o lie 11'i.lKU .l.r il tHAVVt'lf0 &Ji
tnumrnt diiiu' ttrvnj bttath kS!v '&$$pH
U.ruvuhlhf nmr Can "lik"iX fcS3
limri u iMw. u;ttrinih ju. feSl---T$4l
fllllll, uuelWoli- IftlllliV l.'3-Viir-l"c'j
o jrrj e'Rl
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Opom and cleaus-i Iho Nisal l'assages. Allays
1'ulu and IulUmin.itlon, Heals tin hore I'm.
mil tho -Mciubraiii from CohU. Itestorus tha
t-eusejof Tjal-auel binell. The Halm UijuL-k.
h aDsoiueuanu gives leuet avpucej.
A piillcla is applied Into each lUMtrll nnall
agieeatilii Prlcoe-He'iits at, Dnuglsis or ny null
HLVHIliU'llKUti. "i Warron .it . Now York
Tent h Awning Co,,
of Awnings of nil kinds, Tenls
uf all Until., 1 I ie, I'miUut,
linen ol nil I.linli. Mud tor
price, it ii-pitoiin mi t.
IIMI Act I Ighlli Sl.i
nu: un. 'i hat i.riimcATi.s iin.sf i,
blll.l. MAMUACTUlUni v
VACUUM OIL GO
Hut to buy It-and you will get Ulntu I
orlstual pailtages go to i
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.'
"H' &L ,A Pi M MK V'"u ""- K' "on hen .tint
Tj PJ q 4 MIJMSk ftsl'" -mil 1 un ohl-trusl
V U - a !VvKS. taii'-nii-dv foi nil diseases of
f' fL i A f liffl't?,Vilb- uilimij oigans Com-
-,s -L- -"W Q' -S.igmfeHtli W billing Pi a highly e-onien-
mH3tJ.A2 jrjliaixil loimihome-tllcluH
hiipioitcel hi VV.S. IIVKT. VCR sJ'trtM (.' li ilu b of eubebs mid eo.
Fac Slmlie of tho Genuine.
uumuaiiioaii7iir, :rjaSAH city, .no.
i 19 5CS
f -. I J-'l
?jl?l Atlcl-f -I - fB0
rcffiff.flft'O'Mi ms m miui
Is a prhiito hospital n quiet homo foi
tliose alllleted with meellciil nnd uurgtcal
ilie-jscs,anel isMipplle-rl with nil tho reran,
ellul means l.nown tofecle-neo uudllio latest
inn i emu nts required in raodorn HurEcry.
so poqrfls , , , .i . .
tor ilm Bccommodntlon of patients, to.
l-i the i with oi.r eouiplelo Kriice-MHklug
Depurtmeiii, make thla tho Inrgest nml
ol lest mid the only thoroughly equipped
H-inititrium in the V oat.
ope riiiiniis for tho euro of Varicocele,
Pile s, Stri. mo uud riituhv arc ot dally
oecurri n. e.
A iii-iiity pnblii-lieil honk, lllnstrnleet
tlirougliuat.i-iiowi'.ig the -iiiiltnrlum, with
plinto-raphsof many pntii nu, which will
bo ilu Heel frco touny ndiliass
ro-further intormiittone-nll oriiddre-sn
OH. C. M. COc, KANSAS CITY, WO.
'iilN am mill i; !:i:vii.!.
li l ll.illoul 111. Ike It tho
most viilu.il lo known nui Ij To pruvon.
riauil, bee tint ev.iv i in kugo li.isj it re-e
snip ln.lt, H ilm file of Ii 1. v.ith tho t-li:-iniiui.
of Tiicnint .v i'e N. . upon It,
I'lll-e I "1 Kol I lv 111! illllitlbts.
I HI Ml 1 I s'l M.W MIT. HMIIH.V
M II, tilt I Oil VI VMI
mt in. i. vi"s. ot I'.vins, rr.ANcn.
"NUW Lin: I'll.l.S" for both old unit
Siiung lue-ii line 11. ev life, vigor uud Hi.
ngy. A peisHivu uiul Kuurniiteoil u-medy
for Pniiim; Moriorj, bilce-plessnebs. Nightly
Hmlbsloua, Nni'vous 1 Jt.1 .Illti caubed iroui
uvoi.e.itlon. otithlul Hiror lu eaily lite,
and luvetciate use of tobacco or other
ttlmulauts. Hives vigor nml slzo to shrunk,
en organs. This wondeiful uud most pow
erful u-medy is bold on u vvrltltu gunrnn
teo to absolute ly euro or money refuinled.
1'rleo. $t box, c boxes. J3. I're-p.ireel by tha
world ii-now-ni'd and famous Trench phjsl.
c'nu ami suigeon, Ilr Do I.ai. of I'arls.
1'or sale only by JOHNSON HRuS.,
Uuiggtbts uud Chemists,
1107 Main St., Kansas Cliy. JIo.
polo ngents for I'nlted States, Jlall or
dei3 pioinptly intended to,
ItAKU C1IAXCJJ KOH SIMX'UIj.VTION'.
Activity ug.iin prevails lu
'i in: MAitKi.r cult bi'nt-Ks, honks.
IHIVIN. 1 11 1"1 (IN. 1'KOVI-ilO.N-i AMI
fU'iiKi: hi tui;iiii:.
Our Pamphlet and Dally Market Latter
detcilbo buw modest, speculative Invest.
ineiiis re sun in rapm nun ii.uiuioiiio pionts,
Sueee AwulW Your tlrelers.
We mall frco to any nddrebs full Infor
mation us to how our opeiatlous can bo
mado to net good profits.
our commission for busing and selling
for cabh or on margin of 3 to 5 tier cent
IS ONLY 1.10 VV.R CH.NT.
Wrlto for full partluulais. Highest ref.
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