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TIH3 KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. APRIL 7, 1805.
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THE WEEK AT THE THEATERS
Ml 111! tl in l tin, III r II llll.
II 01 1 II AI I It U rlMNS NMII M I. it.
Mivrle llnrrn'iftlit tn ppeir m -i "l-r -
Uilnti fill's Ills Mtilrnt thiiii
iiniirrlii ()n n l IIikIiiii
ivh .Sett-muni I miiluint.
fims rity has had some Mr sprlnit
li il Mnsofis, but Krntor Hum nil of
V i will be that ef this onr HfUlnnlnK
v fe mncerti to be ftlvrn by tie fill
ln i. band wider the direction or Mr Mi
Herbert, It will ini Inde three ion m
I fhlcAito orthcstrn. iimiIit the dtret
t t .if Mr 1 li. oloro TlHimii. three Wm-
i hi ojwrit I.) tho nti opera mm
t i uii lor th direction nf Mr. Walter
1 ik li, n r.-tital ty Mr.fTunket tlr.ui..
n ii csilily tvvo ion rrts by flousa's Mll-
),anl All Ih. atlrattlons Hill In
i 1 within th" spue of month
i i ore prospt.ts Hint nil these inmi
will be well suslnlned, especially the
i i jpent orwilisall'in, which will Jive
t t costly presenfttions known to the
I il itage
h.retnforf?, Kansas City music low
!i ii to rcgtet that the big musical attrac
t hive been crowded Into such a. shorl
t- of time. V ire they properly HMb-
l ii.oj would huve larger uilletjc and
i lo the city more gewtl. Some tmit,
1 -. on or more of these inahaijers
vv r tho rotnmrre In1 wisdom 01 W In
j c the season In the Vitln ChKSro,
j imple-nnd enrln It In the UmW
1 n .ton or New York Tho system no
n Lit" brings then .'oslly muslca event;
It , ma or Immediate .-queiiee W near Y
t v . If n few organisations would
li u 'n the est-and th .stablljhea o
v -islly nftonl to so bccin-these con-
ii iik .nil si nuenees loulil be avoided
.i i prullts vvoul I b larger for nil.
1 i li, first Int-rcst. of course. en'f;
Ir Krand unira season the sales are
i. law enough to "",u5,;y?"l-a
ho pecuniary su. "tss of the t'noetv
I Hut the Important e of this event
r i he measured tntrely by the musical
t It will iifTonl It wllltstab ish aprec-
, i that will be of ast use In the tut
ii sci-urlns other attrttotliins for Kan-
i. i Olio of the possibilities Is.tlmt
i o Mrtroiwlltan open tompunj, erlcour
tiki 1 I y tl e success of tho Oernian season
h r mas tllMJ" a weik next yiar between
Knnsis Ctt and Omnhj prtsentlns; 1 renoh
ml Italian opetn 'lh. attention which
'In. forthcointuR season la uttractlnff in tho
li fchborhltiK cities and towns, as inaao
mi i t In oiilera for eats Is greater than
. jtiM ha In on ep. t it '1 I" Ihj- most san
wulne hiteer ittia-ts to Kansas tlt
En tlacVs It on a pur with oldir and mora
popiAous renins must b- of sat benelU
Jo u clt and those who conduct Its
iv.slni.ES and art Internts.
The week of Trench and Ittllan oper-
just iloed In St I-ouls was a successful
tint The opening night, when 1h Hugue
n nas sung lth .1 star cast, v.as espe-
c.al') brllllnnt .ry seat In the great
JIu-f hull hiving been token. 1 he other
) ,r in ni were when "Die Melsterslnirsr'
mid II Troiatore ' were bung lhe siimll
t t au'ltnte, strange to sis, "as Otcllo
n Kht hen erdts great opcr.i was sung
J r the lirst time In st Iiils, Thire win
r me lilnc significant ln the utti-ictlenojt
or the only Wagnerian opera of the wtf-k.
Ohronls legrct heard In it Louli oer the
ntrangoinent of thu ieKrtorj T.as that
IhinKrln' "as omitted Until these
ft -is show that Interest In the Uagrcriiin
operas whetliLr It bo through a more ern
. i-.il acceptance of the Wagnerljui theorif,
tr a better undtrstnndlng of them, or
whether It be a fad 1 on the 'ncrtnEe
Tho jeteptlon acqorde-1 tho Wnc.ieiian sea
son In New ork, In l'hIHdelphla.and esne
iiail In ISoston tho pist -weok, and the
TroM ttve Interest ln St I.oul", all tend
to show that just now the people wine to
hear the works of the grtnt airman mus
tr hethir It Mill last 1-. nnothi r quis
1 in Opeiatlc comom are lopslng the
Vnimrlan formula to a plgnllliaut eti lit,
mj ih. irlsts 'n he Ins at last been recog
nire 1 und that lie 1ms i omc to su, inn
th til we bhall not agreu with him In
ee thing Meanwhile the popular jito-K-
i- that ln music thu onlv t-lemint thut
v i iure popular mdunnce Is melody
er the result may be th tut n-
n that we art now undergoing a n-
ir tie ihange In munlcul taste
In o recent Issue of a New York parer
th r. Is an acuLitint of tin Inert i- 1 l th
r,iii p of sotlets girls who are tullvll a
t i in stige, and the disfavor upon win i
t Iramatli slIiooIs are lookt I the
ri i, I ir profession In the same I" u tin r
t iiwnlfw discussion among in in. '
ii whether or not there shoul 1 I a
h for institute nitresses In N w ik
T two facts put together an signln nit
j ij,h the dramatU profehion i-. nl
i lunlt.tto repktion then ne rhi
b i time when bo many peopl. nr i i
I, - for this life The ailvls ilnlits "' s-
t ling a home Is bei iue tl i i i -i s
h hurlty, the Actors' run 1 I r j s
t. l r the destitute ci k, while the In
f i al Women's league does not cover
of stranded but worth neopl. It
h n s that the ailous homes of New ork
i women of other professions and of
i , fesslons are sheltered when In want
i i losed tht Ir doors against the peoplu
e utage, for fear of contamination.
3 ny one hear of n greater Ingratitu R'
'r Is scarcely a charity that h is not
i x I or at least rt reived, th sirvlies of
i i ople of the stage and liny are gen
very fiultful services Whatever
I nl exa tlons are made for anplUants
uimisfion to these homes should be
i "t actresses as well as of other peo
I it can anv one teh why they should
t i luded without -onslderatlonY V H.
. tomciltun an 1 munatcer, believes
1 i most c tses of destitution, managers
i blame, fill thinks the utilises could
t died by legislation lie sass "Jlun-
e of stage sti m k gills are iv-ry yeur
1 from 'heir 'oroM by Inesponslble
prln. 'plud nianugi rs and left strand
r metesi, iieiinlless and frUndlesB In
t j- i Ittes Iet It be made u crime, with
i r punlslimtnt attai lu-l, for a. man
w it guoa flnamlal , upnort to organize
li it)' il compins, Hid jomig women
w I not find them .elves in this oltua-
Jliitio Ilurronalis n ft Star and Other
DMimitlo ami .llmlcnl llvntls.
rtrst appearance ln tills city of Marie
J ughs as a star should be on Interest-
1 cat to playgoers Miss Ilurroushs
i i sen at the Cuates three nights and
e initlnet, )i r engabcmciil belunlne
I lhyr-las evening
, i who retail the engageqvent of Mr,
1 WllUrd In this city have delightful
i .ctlons of the wc.ct personalities and
t i. r performances or the heroines of
v Artiuu Junes' pi iys, as len by
J Uurrouo'hs Tew actresses have ever
l f such iciii'.ervatlve' roles with greater
' ill, ret haps, be espi dally Interesting
t r s at tress' admirers to Ijnow that d ir
e lie Kiiii t.'ity enBagetmnt i.he will
j i nt "Jti lah," a pj$ ln which fch. 'iir.
I I II Hi Illl'T'SL ltI 111V Rial, 4UI It 111
ir The leallnu plas, howver, will le
1 ro s '"llii l'lot'lglle," Bull to be i
w ni rfulls tl'vn work from a writ r
i e pro lurts uie ulwuvs uwallel with
1 r it Mis burroughs orought tin pliv
r n this country and has made it tin
Je ik featuie of er MairltiK tour It is
1 i possible, t o that she will be b. , n
1 Homeo unl lullet," us she e.i-ly. d th
1 t of (' tpultts laughter for the tint
t me in San Frunt la. o a fevi en nil f,s utfo,
a' 1 lur effort was li'ghls cominen lid
'I ll (illin.irii It Mill tiiiinrn.
T mui-'ittl events at this week will hi
too onteits to bo (,lven haturdaj aftei
I unj cv still r ni tho Auditorium by
trr (ii'moie baud under the direction of
Jl ictor Herbert tin i niliiiiil . oiulu tor
an i ellist This nicuiUuilon ,u will
1-, wii that it life i.-i iiu liniiu Hale ruin
mnilUon to create papulHi Inlersst In
ls Jiulnv There bus never been another
mi i j I cumpuny in this country whose
U i ne has had the same populai appeal
th ti hs attjiheii to this one It was
lirjuilit togethet an I made famous by
th tie 1'alrltk 1 (lllinore, and It la only
tpiu H thai U should iftain M name,
e , rtim it .omes under new leaderhlp
Sir Jli'tbtri seems in have lead the bund
to i est Irani the time he lint took tha
i 1 1
lii.t the bund is not tho onls attraction
Th'f ' an unuiiulli slroiig urray of
f is. As a 'lelllst Mr Herbert Is well
i n bert He Is one of tin two gnat
i .i now in Ainerlia .Mine r.uuli
x i .if the Romano has alu be.n he.n,l
n a tiij Ml con ert .ml In grand opera
i i it tern lull ml as a glfteif blnfccr and
dvuiiteil snisi .tun j tins,
harp -mom ia ntw, ami iii ap-
r i met ntpei lulls wltli nn iustiiimeiit
I sslnff dum.i novelt) to the general
I i in will lie U llljlli'l of inoio tiiun or
i uiv ipttrct Mi t Krouberg and Mr.
l'rni oU Uuu In r, two local soloists will
,1 lav numb is uii the piogrammes
I '- f laWnst In the solulsts will, however,
en r In Ih lusl aupvaranee hero of
t' waudertul iliild pianist, I'lleda iilin
i, on, it. ho has luksn audleness by storm
I i i ii tlt
S1 coims to America from Herlln, hlgh
1 ii ommt mled by Adflliia 1'alli, who
lovts her -leutls for her wonderful artistic
v.orth, arid with whom ihv has ucently
mil eletislvt lours Ihrou mu Orcit
Itrittm . ..
Miss I'rledn Is the daughter of Mi
t.in la Rlmonsotij of Ilsriln win re sho was
born in lfl There wits no rvllencfl nr
bir rematltitble niiisicnl gifts until she
wn 1 tears old. when ht r ulenl com
Inencid to nert Itsrlf thtnugh hrr plaln
or simple lnloiles mi the Ihii with null
tlintm to tall pMrllciibir a n nllon to
her tnnnner nf espr.sslon ?h' tvns then
placid in chnt-ge of Karl Klin Innrth, ill
lector or tho Kllndwoith cons, ivatory, of
lb rlln Iter development wits themetorth
very rapid Rhe made her public debut
In Iterlln l the ugn of i. venrs, tilayuig
torrertly some of Heethov.ns vnrlntlons
with nn erellsnt oiinptlnii f f the works
Within the vtnr she app-ar..! is Tore the
einpem'- nnd I'rlnce Von ItlsmHr.k nl Kls.
slngen plaslllg lleethovtn's ' minor pom
certn with full orchestral Bci oinpnlilmetit
Jlublnsteln hesrd of lur n intrkable sut
c. ss and seiil for her to call on him at
the Knlser llnf, In
in W'rnti pne went tsnu
nn. h wns so t harmed
nnytit rot nun
nltlt her technlnue an 1 svmpathrte flavins,
Hint ho embraieil hrr and said ' My dear,
Son nre bound to be a vetv cret nrllsl,
for yon possess the two print Ipal iiinllflta
llnfiR rt iierfsrt ear atiii irreilt artistic t oll-
ceptloti." Its then plaved for Iki seveinl of
his own compositions to llltistrste his pPns
of Iheir rcnderlhg She atterw ud ui pi m i
with the Uerlln rhllhartnonic it hetn
making trreat sttcerwej In Ilciiin l.i ipi
w wf j
v& m p til A
rrnnltfort, etc In I,ondon she bicnme
the musical unsitlon of the so,ison of lS'ii
by npiirnrlng with SI Paul I'lincon at
Sir Augustus Harris' (oncerts
lhe fithcr of little .Toeph Hoffman.whcn
he henid her pi is, declared tint she iltlscd
better th m little Josfih t'l 1 nt bet age
Shortlv beforo t omlng lo Amcrl. a alio
appeared beforo the rotul couit of Mun-
K 1 1 lt HI Kill 111
lch. and recelvel mui.j t Itens among
which was a diainoii i I - u h from the
rrlncess (Usela, of Havaila Hhe also has
a diamond brooch from the musical pnn
cess of Melnlngen
Tho programmes, which have already
beei, published tn theso coluiuns, are ex-c-eptionalls
I'ete Hiker nt tlio (Irmtl.
Pete Haker. the well known comedian,
will present his sucet ssful comedy, ' Chris
and )ena," ai tha trantt this week, open
Ins with matinee to das. Mr Baker has
long held a waim place In lhe atTeotlons
of the laughter-loving public Ills meth
ods arc refined, and he appeals to a more
delicate sense of humor than the majurity
of German dialect comedians He is tho
happy possessor of a magnetic pirsonnl
lty a sweet vobe mid a pair of nimble
loet, alt of wlfKh aid hlin in gaining the
bl v, y. r
1 1,; ni
jyi?i ui ri .
good will of hi.- .liidiciu eg In his charac.
tcrUatlni of t hrif, the slnip--niliided,
liinest luartid an 1 uccisluiuill) humurous
p. tam lud
lie- is ably assUtnd by John Oilhert,
tin .pillar eumeiti'in, who appears as
Timothy 1'laheits. MUs Lillian Masnard,
us l.euu, and a ilever company
"C'hrio and J.sna" It a fainlllir plas It
is said to li&vn ben brightened up to a
ooni It-iuliie extent, mans new ildliulous
stunrs an i slm.uluiis having liuu Intro
duced 'Hie inusliul iiuiubtrs aic many
and of the bast, solos, dm u and i horuae.-.
Thief UIIIUIIK Ml laker's soilks U his
Song of All Nations," in whit Ii he i b-v-crls
mimics the dlale t aud .huiattcrU
ttis of the HuglUhinaii, iseoi, huian lllsli
lil.lll, Jew, le-Mlo Chlualliail. I'l.n Inn. ill,
llallun ant i..-lliiaii lla Masuarl sings
"Lena Cllne" aul 'I'm (lolug to He Slur
ried" John (lllbtfrt will Intnlute Ids
elevur tpeUaltl. s uud f'elti. ali& and a
burk.quo mllitars drill bs Hal;, i an 1 illi
beit "lhe Jl ul loon Ouards," Is sail to be
llic Ihuin u Coutiriv
The three toneetls to bu (.Hen at the
Auditorium bs the t'hlcao or. hestra.tiu ier
the direction of Mr 'Ihcuioio Thomas, tho
uvenlngs of April 15 und u and the art.
noon on lha nth, rromlse to be all that
pieiedint would ItnlUuto for the return of
thU gitat conductor und bis wonderful
oichestra. Tho com ens will be gvcn
under the auspices of the Apollo Club, an
Influential organization which has brought
-h.s r dift
Mi i J
m k M i
. ne itisiii Ruishrd soloists, but never be
lli ir im stonsor for a big mtisbal
nn . r ikii u fhe tale of stats for the
, i-. . . 1.. ,, .. ti l.rmt.lil.ini. laltte Iai
Ml., lilt ftill t
nlteiiils ino t vitil liecati'n
Mrs flpnevrit .tittiMnlniie-
f tb.. silnlsl" .Mrs
Itlshni. an I Mr tloorue .1. Ilitmlon and
lh sli ping if lhe "lismn nr 1'rnlse" bs
ihr i lli t lob, niigiiienlril. by a latge
iIiiiiih of w men nmdn up of the leading
h li sing, n i r the rlty It Is pntlli ularlv
li -In I Unit then sli til be a large at
trn Ian e at the reheitisni tn-uiorrow even
ing a" the .Imtus II. krts will be tllsltlb
iite I ul that time
the Th(tnn pifigrnimnm, which have
nli r mlv been published. Include some very
attin tlv n nntif rs ntnl tin-h one will have
Knmi attrai live vvngncr music, wlilcli
sums lust intiv In be estierlally popular
The np. nllig proetamme, for ixnmple, will
have the pulude and i losing scene tif
'Tristan and Isolde" nnd the vnrspc rrom
' Plo Melst islngrr" 'lhe signification of
the latter Is espeilnllv Interesting
'In the overture to 'Tniinliauser,' the
Ilsli nn I the splilt enrlhlv and heavcnls
aspirations and passions wrestle with one
anothfr and find their final equation In
the introduction to 'Iihengrlir the
stmntli hnrmonlniis strain of scarcels
perisptlbb rjthtulcHl changsr, msstlcallv
uii-iii Ii t ng from the faintest vision to Hie
full.st gi.nv perstnl the ethereal tlisrac
ttr or th Holy Orsll ' lhe Introduction
io IMe MciMersttiger' orfeis n strong con-
trast to these. It Is, throughout, a real
istic pleutre executed In robust colors, full
of bold antitheses and surprising combi
nations, n lvld delineation of mediaeval
Quniitv life drawn with exuberant fanes'
an 1 Inimitable humor. We see a festive
throng moving galls to nnd fro N'uin
berg s honeht andhonurable burghers pa
rading the InslgnU of the mnsti islngert'
guild a large banner with King David
upon it the popul u hero, Hans hach,
whom the people greet with his own glo
rious songs, at their head "N e hear the
voice of longing and tho lgh of love, al
most sllllid In the tumultuous multitude.
Hva, the goldsmith's daughti r, nnd the
soung knight, Walther, the poet nnd
singct, seek and find one another, and aie
quickly palled again bs groups of riotous
appruntti es Hans Mi lis has heard ai
mers songs and recognized their value
Helpfully lit Joins tho poet and the mnld-
tii. and tho festlvu gathering Is trans-
I formed Into a general rejoicing nt their
'union ' To one who who heats the vos-
plel for the first time in its y.ioptr place
as an Introduction to the mush al drama
which is to follow, it will give a. vivid series
of tmpresMons of festive pomp and warm
passion of open, josous humor, which uro
about to receive their due amplification ln
the i omlng play, and vice ersa, to one
who knows the plas, and nfterwnrds hears
the Introduction In a concert room it will
recall numerous striking nnd trdlvldual
ph tures which he has witnessed upon the
In the orspiel the leading motives of the
opera are dlBplascd singly and in combi
nation with plciuresiue effect and strik
ing art The first subject Is the pompous
' Masterslngt r s motive The trumpets
and harp In man h tsmth sound the theme
cf the pio.rssion of the masterMngera
(from ait 111) V either s prlre song, a
lovtls int lods, Is the third theme, then
i omes the represt ntatlon of the appren
tices, a bustling, chatteilng subject
3llltd Hinder .InhtiMnmi Coming,
Sunday evening, April 11, l'aul Alexander
Johnstone, the thought rcadi r, will glvo an
enteitnlniuent at the Coates opera house
Mr Johnstone, slme his leturn from Hit
lope lint summer, has uented a sonsatlon
In Hastein cities bs' hio marvelous feats
He is even said to ecefi Washington Irv
ing bishop In producing phenomena of tho
most mjsilfsim? thura. tcr
lliidolf llltbttr's itt-cltiil.
Mr Rudolf Rlcklcr will give a concert nt
Mason H Hamlin's hall next Tuesdas even
ing, assisted bv Miss I'attle Ilohannon.
Miss f'ornella Appts. Mr Harry Haley nnd
Mrs Jtnnle S3 hull. 'J bo programme will
be as follows
Sonato op. 2 N'o 1 "Allergo and Adagio
(Beethoven), Ml It HI. lit. r.
baritone solo "Dreams ' ( D Koven),
Sir Harri Ilnluy.
Voiul duct '1 reel Thy Angel Spirit"
(Hoffman), Miss Ilohannon nnd Mr Hales-.
(a) Mazourha (Hcheveirlal (b) N'octurn
I. ,7. (lirassin), (c) Valse .Mlgnonno
(Snhult), Mr, R itichier
. Soprano solo "Dcstac" (Ardltl), Miss
vloloncollo solo fa) Adagio op SS (Bar
Kiel); (b) Abcndlled (fcthnltzler), Mlts Oor
(a) "Spring Sonsr" fllenselt): (b) Im
promptu op Su (Chopin) (i) Much and
chorus from "Tannhauser" (Wagner-LUzi),
Mr. It Itkhtei t
lil.UMAN ll'i:it l.N 1K1STON,
An tint ijiii ltd I uhi iigrln SaTts n l'erform
,iuto at ibn I ut loiiniiit.
Owing to the IIIikss of Nlcolnus Roth
tnuhl, unl the Inability of Alv irs to take
his place on ai ount of four other perform
niuis uuiiounitd fui him lam vveek tliero
siemed no other was than to dismiss tho
t, l nut uudleine that iittlieied at tlib Bos
ton tbeutcr last TucwU) night, to hear
"Ivilieti.'rlii " li was an etclilng time The
nudlonce was illsmlsnei, but ha I haitlls
lieguu to disburse when it was recdlitd
An unknown Lohengrin, llko a vtrltablo
msth, was louud and sang himself lnio
glors'. The stoiy from Die Boston Herald
Is as follows.
"It appears that Mr, N'lcolaus Bothintlhl,
who wus to have sung the title inn, was
unable to do so by ttason of a soie throat,
und un aunounieiuint to that ctfict wus
in mib uv-i.no iiiu tiiii.iiii, uini uiose liresent
were notified that all who desired could
lhv their tiiones return. d bs upplslng at
the bo olllt for It, us the audience must
b dismissed 'II:. it suit of thin notlrtcd-
I Hun was nn immediate move for the door
of e'tlt. when the uudleine was stopped bs
another anuounieinent that Mr Alvars ti.t'i
kindly consented to enutt Lohengiln, tld-
inij-s thut drew fotth a hearty elner and
as vigorous plaudits Then there wis u
very long delus, which was boine pitlently
until still another announcement told that
It was all it inlstukt about ,Mr Alvars. but
Hut the management hat applied to Mi
Whltnes, to help thepi out of fhu dllllculty
bs permitting Mr Barron Ileithald, of the,
'Hob Bos' compans, to appear us'Lohen-
gilu, lo which Mr Whitney generously
, "Sir Berthuld, who was at the moment
' attlng tho part of the I'rtiltnder lit 'Hob
I ltos,' wus huirled fiom the stage of tho
l Cusile buuaie the tier up to the Hronson
the iter, .Hid In due season was ready to
1 i-lil.n. o M Itotliniuhl
Sir llftrthald was received with the
moat toidlal of ai kiiovvledgtintiit when he
i Hist came furwatd The tas't he- uniitrtook
wus one of greut dllllculty, foi he had not
plased the .part 111 two Sears, had no time
lo letitsh his incmors by studsiug It. and
was obliged to lo on without a lehearsal.
'lho ease and the smoothness vvltli which
ho admitted himself under the clrcuni-
, Blanco was really astonishing, for thire
was not a hitch of any Importance In his
1 serforuiance, while the retentlveues si his
mnnory in something nt which to marvel.
He looked the Knlghl of the tlrall to per
rt Hon, and from tlio verv outsit of his
nssiiniptlon won the esteem and the deep
attention of the nutllcn c bj the minglel
sweelnees and dignity of his conception of
'nf course, esa. ling criticism Is out of
tli iiueslloii In such a .use, but there nre
n npjlogles In bn nude for Mr llertlnbl
tl ...,Mt. A. .-..I.I.. ....!. ,ln nl.l... I.
Jl n.'l.K .1.111111 ill. I .till! ., (III. .l'.l.- .n-
ii. ii of the character, of th music, with
nniilhc skill, intislelanls lasle and a large
ntsh of sentiment that won and deserved
general approval Ills ncllng was nlong
convcntlonnl lines, but It vvas never Inap
pnprlilr, nnd he was Hrflcefnl In gesturci
isS In beailng and, above nil, Intelligent
The feat he achieved with such conillcnii
.ml s lecesp in extraordinary In evers wav
' IhoHlsawns rranleln tlndkl, who made
In r first nppiMi.inre heir on this m caslon
Mie m ulc a pleasing Impression bv the
i uinestnes-s that marke I her efforts
throughout. She has a fresh nnd sonorous
Vnlie of ereiient rntige, which she uses
Will Plflll flllil JUUKIIICIll nil.- iii.inii.eiT:.
ii thorough s Plinths with the music of
her pirt,, and her acting was sincere nnd
In h.irmons with tho poetical sentiment of
the clmnit tcr
' Miss llrema Intensified the strong Im
pression she made the night before bv htr
strong nnd Impressive performance of Or
trud It vvas admirable In both the ring
ing nnd the acting, so ndmlinble that for
once the scene In the second act between
Orlrud nnd Telrnumnd, which Is generally
exasperating In Its long drawn out tcdlous
tieiis, became, wonderful to relnte, not only
Intelligible, but Interesting. Her declama
tion wis brilliant In Its variety of expres
sion, nnd lnr splendid voice was thrilling
1n its warmth nnd fullnos ln the more tin
pissloned moments of the scene.
'The music of tho Herald wis broadly
nnd splrltedlv sung by Mr. Oberhauser
As Tolriuiitind Sir. richnnrz was not lack
ing In tlrjtiintlc force lhe work or the
thorns vtas well done, and the orchestra
under .Mr Dimrosch could scarcels have
Dramatic and Musical otrs.
William Cllllelte has finished a new wnr
Marie Jansen. In "Delmonlco's nt C." will
follow Slnrle Burroughs at the Coates.
Victor Mnurel stated recently that he
was studvlng the character of Collban in
"lhe Tempest," for which Verdi Is now
writing the music
Stlnnlc Slnddern lke and Henry Miller
will appear ln "Caprice," In their old
parts, at n special matinee at the Umpire
tin atei ln New "iork on April 15.
Sir Rudolph King tins been engaged for
the concert to be given April 18 nt the
Kansas City Piano Compans ' hall, tor
the benefit or bt. George's Oulld. Mr.
King has nlso been engaged as accompan
ist for the Ollmore band concerts to be
given ln this cits.
lhe Ninth Street will be dark this week
Ntxt week it will reopen with "Men and
Women," a strong attraction, which met
vvltli rreat favor nt this house when It
was presented there earlier In the season
bv Sir l'rohman's compans It will be
xlvcn by the tame cast that appeared at
Harry B. Smith has put the finishing
touches on the libretto of "The Caliph,
the comic optra which Thomas Q 'iea
brooke Is to produce next senson, and Lud
wlg Lnglander has composed all the mulc
for It except the llnnle of tho seconl act
heabrooko will io abroad nt the end of
his present tour and study the role of ' The
Caliph." which he Is to originate, upon tho
lhe following word of encouragement
comes from 'lhe Baton. Knnsas Clts's new
musical monthls "Tho musical profes
sion of this cits' unite on one point, nt
least the courte33 nnd the attention glv
i n bs th locnl press to musical matters
To the press Kansas cits owes much of
hrr fame as a music centtr, and the tuste
of this public has. to a great etent, been
elev He! by the able criticisms, and the
libernl space glv en by the dally papers "
V cone, rt and ricentlon vvill be hell ln
the h ill of the Kan-as Cits Tlano Compans,
1215 Slum street, tne evening oi ..vi ni i in
aid of St George's Hplscopal church
Among the nrtltts engnLed to take part ln
the programme are Mrs Bevs eloife, so
prano, Mr Rudolph King, planlt, W
Holt von Slaclellnskl violinist, Mr. l'reston
Dlllenbeck, reader, Mrs Daniel B Hender
son, dialect render A fine programme of
music his been seltcted and there i prom
lart nf n eerv entovable evening. The ie-
eeptlon will take place immedl itely at the
close of the concert
One of the mot Interesting numbers on
the Thomas pro,jr mime will be the Tschal
kowsks theme und variations, suite. opu
W The suite from whlih theso movements
are taken Is a line example of Tichalkow
sks s vigorous writing and hs iunsterhlp
of orchestral technique .there are tleven
variations on the principal theme These
variations are so full of color and varlets
that In themselves they constitute an In
teresting studv of the possibilities of a
modern orchestra The finale, in the form
of a pol ice i. Is vers brilliant and shows
The work has been a favorite one with Sir
Thomas durlnr a number of sears
Tin- attraction at the Grand Ilaster
week will be nillo Illlslerln ' Doris," a plas
In which she bus been received with spt
clal favor In this cits. .Miss Kllsler Is one
of the most charming of American act
resses. This will be her first nppearance
here at popular prices Her compans in
cludes Robirt Drouet, the author of "Dor
Is," and one of tho best soung kadlng men
ln the countrs , l'rnnk Weston, n capital
comedian, Hvrlsn Bums. George I" Tar
n n, T J Lawience, H J Towers Helen
Weathers!). J.llza Hudson, Sophie Al
bert B.ubnra htannard and R C Cham
beilaln The Baton Is the name of a monthly
musical publication, thi first number of
which appeared last vveek. It Is edited by
Sli Robert Iziard and alms to cover
the field of local music and to embrace gis.
sip relating to tho whole musical world
Such a publication can do much for the
advancement cf music In this cits, nnd the
first number Indicates intelligence and sin.
cerlty on the part of the editor a combi
nation that Is sure to win The division
Into departments Is especlnlls attractive
and Ik dflKiied to catch the nttenton of
all i lasses of musicians It Is to be hoped
that this Is only the heglunng uud that
lhe Baton" mis' become a power In the
development of Kansas Cits music
The hope Is epresid among the leading
miixiclans of this cltv that Kansas City
mus bo largtls reprcentfd In the an
nual meeting of the MuMc Teachers' Asso
ciation, which will be hell tn ht. Louts
luls 1, : 3 an J -i the first meeting of the
association west of the Mlsslsslpi I It Is
hoped that at the national meeting a
Slissouri association mas bo formed ns nn
iiuxlllurs c)ue of the oldest teachers of
this citv, culling attintlon to the matti r
suss I want to see Kansas Cits well itp
Itsented, bei.iuse the adv anted classes. e.
tituiite a tlty the sUe of ours by what It
does for art and selenct lhe Intimation
Is often Ilea id that ours Is not a jnuslial
i itS. Wo 'my not lay claim to that Sit,
but, cou-'idiiing out south, we have done
our shnre In honoring music at Uast"
Sullivan's opi ra 'lhe bleflitln," was
withdrawn In Loudon after u run of onls
thrcu monthi. ami Sir flllbeit'a "His Kx-l-ellencs"
w.cs tnkeu olf lifter a five
months' run Tho Loudon papers can only
m count for this bs attributing It to lnllii
ena Sliid.iine I'attl Is lo return from Nl. a
an 1 appear April 3 at the I'hllharmonlo
conceits whtio e-he Is alieads' billed lor
' II ttti Haul" bhe Is also io kIvu six
opeiatlc n presentations at Covent Garden
In June She nnnoiiuies nothing now In
hei rep. itors Slndume bemluleli alto re
turns to Loudon for a limited number of
perfotmnnctn bha has not been heard
In Loudon for ten years Hhe offers the
sumo ordtr of programme .i I'nitl One
Is to sing "Hit Barber." "1'ho Travlata"
and 'Borneo and Juliet," and the other Is
to sing "nonnambula," "Lucia" and 'The
Sluglo I'lute " Tho Wngneiitis have been
hoping against hone thut whin 1'uttl came
buck she would be thoroughly converted
to the rldu oj the Valksre nnd Trlslnn nnd
Isolde but from all appearances there Is
still a wink In one of her charming eses
and a ers pleasant little Joke In htr top
note Mesdumeb Calve nnd Slelba are to
be members of fair Augustus Harris'
Arthur B Chase shot himself fatally nt
his home, No M beventh avenue New
ork, last Tuesday night Ho had Just
finished dinner uud sent his wife and 5-veui-old
son to visit his wifo'a uiothei,
sirs. Hull, whu lived In un adjoining mt
Slis I'huse, who was upprehenslve, re
mained awas but a short time When she
returned she found that her hushiud hud
shot himself He wus uutousclous, und
was taktii to the Now Vork ho.pltal. where
he died half un hoiii liter. It Is supposed
thu intense suffeilng from gastritis led to
the act He hud been an Invalid for sever il
Sears, llrlghl's dlsensc being one of his nil
incuts Direct yeurs ngu he retired fro in
nctlvci work us it theatrical manager, and
It Is said that he Intended to build a home
ut Nanaguiuett this summer. Tho Ie.
ceased was bom In Ilnlsoke. Sluss. His
early munhood was spent In the West Re
turning to Holsoke. be opentd u drug
store In partnersUp with his brother.
Later he hctume managei of tha Hols oka
theater. In lfciJ he became minuter for
Rhea, and for three yeurs wus very suc
cessful in this connection. In l&b he be
came manager for Booth and Bariett, and
continued tn thut capaclts until )&, when
lhe purtntrxhlp vvas uUsolvid. Mr. Chase,
when he retire d, hud accumulated a fortune
estimated at half a million, and wa said
to bu in good circumstances at the lime
of his death He hud never hinted at sui
cide, and phsslcul suffering must have
caused temporary aberration of mind,
I'lunket Greene and Marie Bremj. one of
the new sopranos of the German opera
compans. recently gave a recltul together
In New Vork and the event was one of the
imii latsresUur th Utv York concert
iti.ont) ami M.ltM:.
Spring l4Mltiidti t lirnnlc tslnrrh Tired,
Nervous Men slid Women,
Weakness nf the nervous system not only
produces catarrh of the mucous membrane,
but also causes nervous prostration In
some cases nnd different degrees of nerv
ous, deblllts', neuralgia, sleeplessness and
llred-mit feelings which occur especially
during the spring People who have had
la grippe during the winter generally suf
fer from nervous depression In conse
quence especially the following spring
If the blood be Impure because of poor
cltcuhtlon, then (he want of nervous cli
ngy Is the intisc. The nerves furnish tho
force which makes the blood circulate If
the nerves be weak or overworked, or Im
paired In nny was', poor circulation Is the
result. All tho mucous membranes lining
eviry organ of the body becomq congested,
Ptoduclng n condition known ns chronic
tnlnrrh Depression of the nervous ss
torn ut the approach of spring Is a fulllo
sollrco of blood Impurities. General lassi
tude, dull, heavy miisatlons, continual llred
fttllngs, with 11 regular appetite, and tonic
times loss of sleep lVvru-na meets eVtrs
Indication nnd pioves It'elf to be perfectly
adapted to all thrlr varied peculiarities,
I'e-ru-n.i Invlgoratis the ssslem, rejuve
nates lho feelings, restores the normal ap
petite nnd procures regular sleep.
The I'e-ru-na Drug Slanufacttirlng Com
pnnj of Columbus, O., nte orterlng free,
postpaid, two medical books, one on ca
tarrh and catarrhal diseases, the other on
spring medlclnis and sptltig diseases.
Tluse books contain the very lntest nnd
most reliable Inroruiallon on these Impor
I'or freo book on cancer, address Dr.
Hnrtmaii, Coittmbus, O.
stage has known In a long time The SIul
cal Courier snss- "Brema surpised her
self In ilch. vvnini tone, in fervor, In
pislon, In drnmntlc power In tender sen
timent, nnd even a touch of grace nnd
llghtne"s where necesary, we have heard
no such perfect 1 rlo art with such versa
tility In manv easons on the concert
platform Beethoven's "Trocknet Nlcht"
wns delivered with such exquisite pithos
It might melt one to tears But the song
which found Breina In her native element
was l'rinz's "Hr 1st gekommen," nnd this
wns given with such superb buovancy and
ardor that the large nullenco falrls lose
in Its enthusiasm nnd forced her to rtpeat
It Briihm's "Von Hwlger Llebe" was nlo
beautifully sung nnd when llrema took to
the old ditty, "Benileineei's htream " one
lecnlled Instinctively the stories of hss
terlcal women being cart led out In dnss
long ago, when Tom Sloore plased havoc
with people's feelings over Iilsh melodies
In London drawing rooms riunket Greene
snng the Anacreontic ode with splendid
vigor and the noble song "Kin Ton " with
the varied beauts' of tone color of which
this alone would prove him a master. Ho
Is certainly a wondcrfiills versatile singer,
nnd the beaulv of Ills enunciation Is some
thing to take keen pleasure In.
I ondoii Thfutrlral News,
Alphonse Diudet has promised to write
a pla' upon the theme of his litest novel
"La I'etlte Parolsc " The work will not
however, be completed this sear, nnd the
plas probably will radlcnllj differ from tho
novel which, while charming to read, la ln
no sense dramatic and lacks situations,
especially situations suitable for Slme. Ik
Sir Augustus Harris will have nn Hastcr
OI.ra. season at Drurs- Lane Tho operas
will be given ln Hngllsh nnd at popular
prices, the stalls being SI 75 A start will
be undo with "Bohemian Girl," which will
be folliwed by "J-'aust," "Carmen," "Cav
allcrl . nnd others Among the artists will
be found SleMlames l'annle Moods. .Mon
ti Ith, Jorla and Dstlier I'alllser and Slessrs
Manner", Omnra, Child, Rlrhmd Gieen
and Brockbank Messrs Clover and hep
pill will conduct
Among the artists nlreads- engaged by
Sir Augustus Hairis for his foi incoming
Italian opera ,si ion, which Is to opin nt
Covent j, trden, Slay 13, ire Adollna l'Utl,
Melba Calve, Hmma Dames Sofia and
Glula Ravoyll, Olltzku, llorcnco Montelth
Macella Scmbrlcb, It Lapp and Haw r
mlestei I'or the hIx perform mces in which
-Mine Paul will appear she Is to receive
512 OOD-ruther moderate for I'attl, whoee
oldlnary terms are $1 iO for a single per
formance hhe probibls consented to a
reduction on taking a iiunntltv and then
the dlv i Ih sure of her money It has hap
pened under less happy management than
th it of Sir Augustus that the house has
not contulned htilllcu nt to pay the lads her
tee, and although the money was brought
iruund to hei as It came In, u was onlv
bs a squeeze that thes got lnr upon the
stage In time To support I'attl and the
others hlr Augustus has engaged the fol
lowing gentlemen Jem and Hdounrd de
Ri-szke, Timngno Di Luclu, Alv.ucz An
conn, Corsl, IN. -.sin i Binaladlnl, I'lnl-Corsi,
David Bisphim I'lincon, Arlmondl, Rich
ard Green Albers C isllem.irs and Joseph
Omai u Among Hit works to be produced
are Massenet's Sl.tnon Irlston and Is
olde " ' 1'atist, II imeo nnd Juliet,"
"Hamlet" und ' ralstuff ' Wagner will be
well repre-entetl and Hngllsh composers
will Include Sir Covven und Dr Stinford
One or two or Rosin t s works will probabls
be revived nnd I'attl will be heard In
"Crlsplno Jl lie C'omare There will be
the usunl large orchestra and chorus and
tho conductors will be hlgnor Manclnclll
and hlgnor Bevltnani
Btlore the end or his season Henry' Irv
ing proposes to revive several or his old
successes Occasion will also be taken to
present Dr. Dosles "The Stors of Water
Sarih Bernhardt has accepted a new
pi is bs SISI Armand d'Artols and Husot,
wlih the Intention of producing It during
her American tour of lki SO It Is entitled
'La Belle Madame siont llrun,' and has
a part for Bernhardt which will offer great
The new piece bv C V Godfrey with
which the Court theater will reopen at Hast
er has not been put In full rehearsal bs
the entire compans Hie title hus not yet
been settled The pits i u a Hatlrlcul com
eds w hn fin Arthur Cecil will appear us a
man of fushlon with a pulsion for coster
songs. Mrs John Wood will havo the part
of an old worn in using u L 1) ln contra
distinction to tho woman of tho N. II W
school, lhe author has undert iken In his
plus to et the new woman down a peg
Corns ns Carr Is busy In preparations for
his ntxt piece This is to ne A Woman s
hllence," bs Sardou, produi cd nt the Ls
coum theater, Ntw vork, In November list.
I'nsi Terrv is to assume the hading nialt
part and Mailon Terrs will have the best
ft malo role if nei,oti ttlons which an now
In protitss ale satisfactorily concluded
Hllzibeih Robblns will nlso appenr
Litigation Is promised according to tho
papers, over the s oio of ledds holomon i
last comnletid vvoik A lids whu wns In
his confidence during tho latter part of his
life Is In possession or the score and claims
it The composei s widow ass. rts the store
to be htis and ls inking legal measures to
N'ltu Cadiltte, a Canadian vocalist, who
rei cutis made her debut as Carmen at the
Tht an i R03.il, Slum hester, with the fail
ROsa compans. has this weik In en winning
ninth nppluuse foi her vvoik In the samo
role lu tint piovlnets
"King Arihiu" nt the I.sceuni, shows
signs of waning popularits Henry Irving
will shortls produce a tilple bill, "I'ln
eio's," 'Bygones ' a one act virslon of
"Don Quixote-" nnd ' The htory of Wa
I'orbes Robertson will take the Lyceum
when Heniy Irving gois to America Rob.
ertson will open thut theater In September
with .1 new plas by Henrs Arthur Jones, In
which Marlon Terrs will plas the part of
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THURSDAY, APRIL n,
Fncajrcmfnt of tlio
KniorJto Actnet .
In the Widely
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By A. W. Pinero, Esq.
Original Cast and Scenery.
IK'lOIl Hr.ltm.UT, Director,
Saturday, April 13, Mat and Eve.
SISin L NATALI rrima Donna
VICTOR HHRBHRT 'Cellolst
DRANCOIS BOUCHER Violinist
S. KRONBHRG Baritone
And the Stiirvelou, Child l'lanlsto,
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The Cliicago Orchestra,
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Apollo Club, Carl liuscli, conductor.
Tuesday, April 10, 1S0S, nt S o'clock.
Wednesday April 17, 1895, at 2 o'clock.
Wednesday, April IT, 1895, at 8 o'clock.
Soloists Mrs Oenevr.i Johnstono-Bislr-
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t Rua told lot cih or on n trntrtti of 3 u A rr cent ,
w CommN-ilon 1.1H tiM-rfnt.
IffcOiirnrtlUrMarkct Utter conhilm fu 1 rcrortL Cor-'
CrMTOnlhu lHKhctitnf'rrti(Ti ;
Consolidated Stock and Produce Co.
47 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. !
BANKERS AND INVESTORS
VTantlntr choice hlsh fcraile Business Paper,
Bonds, Bank Stocks or other Investment
Securities, or Good City and 1'nrm Mort
Knjre Loans, or to buy or sell Improved
City Binlne.s or RetUlence l'roperty or
Improved rami", call on or correspond
with M B. ABHLL, MntinKcr
CIIICAOtl A. K. f. 'OMVII.M-iNro
Bis lit Inn lire stn 1 1, Iiiin.n. City, Mo,
'lelephfino No. lftl t.
H. P. WRIGHT & CO.,
STOCKS and BONDS.
Send for our Weekly Quotation Circular
the only regular publication of prices of
local Bonds and Stocks ln this market.
ARMOUR BUILDING, 500 OELAWAR AT.,
KANSAS CI IV, MO.
(J AUDI. N 1DOI.S. bend fur 'OS CntnloEaik
Trumbull Seed Co.
1 It'll St. I mil. Ave.
KA.NNtS CI IV. MO
C. D TRENCH. President.
WYAN NULSON, Secretary and Treasurer.
KM AllLISIIi:il 1H7I1.
Orders executed for future delivery ot
Grain nnd Provisions.
Rooms 0, SI and 22, Exchange bldg.
Private wires to Chicago, New York and
U0O-H02 Union Avo , Kansas City, Mo.
The Harnden Seed Co.
Itetnll Store, SOS Will nut,
KAINSAS CITY - - . MO
SEEDS, IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS.
MILLS Commission Co.,
103 Nen ork I.lfe Itiillilliic,
Tclepbiinu SIKH. KANhtS UllV, MO.
Dealers In GRAIN and PROVISIONS for
cash or future dellvi rs and RAILROAD
STOCKS and BONDS Oiders by mall or
telegraph promptly executed.
Leased Wires tu C Mingo and New York.
Rofer to Bradsti eel's nnd Dun's Mercan
tile Agencies, New Rniftund btfe Deposit
and Trust Compins
CLOON'S OFFER ON EGGS.
Wo offer sou at jour stntlon for to-morrow's
shipments from points within 71 miles
of Kunsns City 9a per dozen, nises returned
to dipot here, 1'iom 15ti miles of Kansas
t'ltS, Sc, cases lettiincd, ".oO mllci, itjc,
cases returned. Wo pas ia etta per doz ,
new luitilvvood casts Included, bhlp by
G. Ji. (JL00N & CO., ,Va,!.uI Bfc
Mention the Jouru il
Kobt. C. WJiite & Co.
Live Slock Commission Merchants,
Kansas City Stock y.ntls
Ciiiirdgium uts mid urn ipiintlf uco Sollolted.
Vlnrkit Iti purls I riu Upon Application.
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS,
CATTLE, HOGS mill SHEEP to
Ben L, Welch & Go.
Stntk turds - - Kiin.i. lltj, Ma,
Market reports furnished. Write us.
& OO I J P. OinLESPIH
Commission Me chants, Kansas City block
Liberal advances made to parties feeding
stock. Buying feeding cattle on orders a
sneclaltv. Corretpondence solicited, Tele.
phono No. 1523.
Houston, Fible & Go,
(huccesors to Win J. Wollman i Co.)
BONDS, STOCKS toV.Vi'.,l,,,V.,At'
fi-iu Ilelntviiro btreet, Kaiitat tlt'y.'Mo.
toiuiueriliil 1'uper, lorelj,-u l.nhaugo.
BIB Dolowaro St. Tol. 1305.
W. J. Anderson W?
m Uelavvare fat, Kansas Cltr. Mo. Commlrrm
Paper, blocks and Bonds.' ft.al E,,S5T'C
QCCnQ T LEE ADAMS,
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