TnE DAILY CJUTI( PATUBDAY EVENING, OCTOUEK 4, 1FS10.
VAS111NQT0N GETS THE CREAM OP
THEATRICAL GOOD TIHilW.
riTTRMTlOtt Of THE tt8ttT WEEK
A cd th Men This JkmWj (Mi
Bills for the Coning Our.
TAJHION WILL CROWD TnE MWMl,
While Cira TaBwr's Admirers
Vitw Her Art ami Her trtwin
Alkiik's Other TheaSrw.
Tlic past week lias ljen one of. un
usual nltraelloDS at the theatres, ami
"Washington audiences, which always
fcnow a jtootl Ihlus;, even be
fore they we It, have been appreciatively
largo In proportion. At the National
the very acme of the modern burlesque
operetta was reached In Mr. Da Wolff
Hopper's brilliantly funny anil comically
porgcoin skit, called "Castles In the
Air." So many pretty girls, In so few
but beautiful clothes, have rarely been
gathered on the same highly fortunate
stnpc. The boxes were filled with
parties of blasely-cnthuslastlo club-men,
the bald-headed rows turned out with
full ranks, and cohorts of tho chappies
pet fumed tho air of the lobby with tho
sweet Incense of tho entr'acte cigarette.
In and among the mazy lines of tlio
cdallsqucs of tho chorus pranced and
cavorted tbo colossal form of the Irre
pressible Mr. Hopper In such contor
tions of comedy ns ho only can evolve,
while pretty llttlo Delia Fox and plump
and saucy Anna O'Keefo captured tho
hearts of tho audience with song and
dance from tho very hoad-watcrs ot
Helicon. Mr. Hopper was tho recip
ient of a great deal of social attention
during tho week, and was almost forced
to Introduce In some of his later per
formanccs several of tho funny tuiniri
ho had hitherto reserved for the de
lectation of his friends In private.
iii Aiunuirn s mo tvaswngton public
was treated to such a play and such a
presentation of It as to revlvo all tho
bist traditions of tho stne,c, and to fur
nish, Indeed, one of tho bust argument)
that could possibly bo brought to hour
Against thu stage's traducers. Nat
many sermons that are preached now
ndfejs could to avail to soften tho hctrt
of tho most selfish and cynical, and so
mold It to iho rentier Influences of gen
erosity, truth, simplicity nnd self-abuo-cation
ns this truly noblo llttlo play of
Mr Kidder's. Thus much, of course,
Is duo to the author of "A 1'nor IUIi
tlon," but tho play In nil likelihood
might havo leiunlntd forever upon the
Bitches, had there not fortunately been
found tucli an exponent of Iho central
rharacter as Mr. Sol Smith Russell.
His ifforts aro achieved apparently by
tho very simplest means, but, In
reality, it Is tho perfection of
a very hlch order of dramatic art. His
very silences are moro efficacious for
laughter or tears than tho most stronu
ous efforts of tho majority of actors.
A look, an almost Imperceptible! gesture,
tho very slightest facial change with
him is sulllclent to tell tho whole story
cf n humorous or ptllictlo situation, as
thunders of rant or agonies of buffoon
ery would fall to convey It. Ills AW
Vale deserves to Hvo as ono of tho last
ing figures of tho stage as valuable for
us picture or a noble ami gentle humtn
ity and a pure and unselfish heroism as
for Its exceptional worth as a work of
dramatic art. A few such plays so ad
mirably played would do much to lift
the stage from the reproach to which It
has been, perhaps, not unjustly sub
jected. Mr. IlusstH's support was so
uniformly excellent that the play pre
sented a elelleiitf.il and harmonious com
pleteness. It was an encouraging Indi
cation of popular tasto that a play con
ceived and presented on so high a plane
of thought and action was received with
the closest attention and its most deli
cate points at once perceived and appre
ciated, while at the splendid ciimax of
the first act the hero was recalled with a
storm of applause, to which each night
ho was compelled to respond with a
speech as clever and honest and direct
as his work as an actor.
At Harris' Milton Nobles ami his
unusually excellent company In "The
I'liu-nlx" have been delighting audi
ences that taxed the capacity of that
beautiful and cozy little hous to the
utmost, and genial Maimer Kistonts
ct tinting the receipts In four big figures,
Kernan's has maintained Us reputa
tlon as a resort of high class vaudeville
amusement and has been wll patron
ized, but then Keraaa's U always
.Ilia Charity Hall," by ttia Lyeanu
block Company, ut the Natlooal.
Cc mmenclBg Monday eveslBf, Daniel
Firhman's New York Lyceum Theatre
sink company will play a week's en
gagement at the National TiwatM la
their latett success. "The Ctsaritv
Hall, ' In which they appeared for eight i
luuinuuii wmw at iunc Howe
theatre last season. The play U by
lielascn and lie Milk, tbe author of
' The Wife" and "Lad Chumky," sad
Is credited with greater miipwm tkaa
any other work by these authors It
tn ats of life la our own Ubm, sad
tu.oDg people such as we sU kaow, sad
as usual with Lyceum plays deals only
in fceiics that are uufciewptioaal, while
strong and entertaiaiay. The company
demonstrated its higli eicelkace upoa
Ks Ifit here last season la "Sweet
Lacnder." and the same players will
Ic recognized is th cast of the new
I lay The representation will he the
tame here, both as to cut and acces
sories, as were seen during the New
I I rk run. Washington is one oi the
very few cities in which tlw Lyceum
U.k company appears. The only
matinee perforauusca to be given by
this company will be on Saturday.
A short summary of the stoty of ike
rlay is as follows: Hick la Burnt.
ard J'ijltu Lm ate, or rativsr have
Ltto. Iuvers, uskaown to liick't fawily,
uzd it is Uuk'a duty to wake the girt
Liswifi'. Is fact, k really loves ker,
I ut he Is detewoised to sacri&ce every
iLici: iu oider to rule in tks woskl oi
t caL.e. and to tkat end has reulvsd
t n-srry is Vrugtr, tke isufktef of
u all street sugaate. But fate leads
A . to fall is love wis JvAh Vuu.
s .rn. rectot of Sl Mildred's, and
. lroUu. wko. by tke way. kas
,rzid his sgwitons towacd PlyUit.
i a itnorast of tke latter ftet, con
l s,i slur sad story, test to4j sad
n cd tu the young ctetgyea. lie de-
ii in,1 ue wvm oi Uvs was who ku
J her sad leaxos tkat U is sis owo
He cuniuands the suuculiU.'r
tf'tW Wluliu; Jjuk H-fu-xri
tt.jlln.rij laic alujuat t iiiu '-J
VsUu iLiir Uicl UuLliti .,
Ing of the altercation , but her presence
bring Ih'tk to hfs nes and he throws
hlwsett at the feet ef Phgl it. Later
on the rector and Ann ate noltcd.
The fnll est Is as follows:
John To Bnrtn, Reetor of St. Mtt-
flrefl's Herbert Kelcey
Die Van Bnren... . Helton Wheatcroft
Firm of Van Bnren Crttghton, Wait
street, known on the street as
. . "The fCsrltmwaite."
.Jwftte Peter Ontney Knor ...W. J.I Moyn.
Left ortr from a past era, nnsMe to
. catch up with the present.
FrsnhRti Croter, the King of Wall
street .: Charles Watcnt
.. -. ( "J special smnwment. )
Mr. CreWtttm, Jwntw partner of Van
. . "ST? CrelgMon Lon Stevens
Alee MnMmwn. arnbtttotw to be dnbbed
en 'Change "Aletsnderthe Great."
, Frits Williams
Mr. Rett, the oranlt ot St. MlMmri's
. . Walter C. Bellows
rsxtc-n, confident tal clerk of Van Bnren
A crelteton Charles Harris
Cain, "a thing of shreda ami patches"
Jasper, a Setrarri F. Sonthwlc
Abb Crwtjer, a New Vctk stirlt
.. . . . (leorgla CayVsn
Ihjttfs Lee, In tow with Inch,
Bewre Van Bnren, ttrert of ilolls, realy
for leant Effle Shannon
Mr. Camilla le Pcytter, who dabbles In
, slocks Mrs. (Siarles Walcot
Mtr. Van lluren, the Hector's mother,
. .Mrs. Thomas WW (Ten
Sri bio, maid at Iteetory IJlllan Madison
Corn Tannrr In (Ids Urrnr" nt Al
linncliV llcr Wnmlerrul Ooitik.
Ono of the many attractions provided
for the new play, ''Ono Error," to be
produced Monday next at Allmugh's
Grand Opera House arc Miss Tanner's
gowns. Miss Tanner went over to Paris
nnd ordered five gowns from Felix and
one from Hcdfern, providing for each
sccno of her play n gown which could
not be improved upon.
Tho New York HorW thtu desf rllw
them: The gown worn ilrst Is that of a
young tlrl not yet married. Tho mi
teilal Is croam snlln, with n dnmask
Heme of tiny detachid checks scattered
over It, producing ati old fashioned
changeable effect that Ii exceedingly
Thu second gown Is a carriage dress
of deep red silk with petticoat nnd
brightening touches of shrimp pink.
Tho skirt is panoled, open worked
passementerie, revealing tho shrimp
pink In one panel and n long strip of the
ted embroidered In long lines of shaded
nils In tho next. "With this giwn
comes a hat which Is n triumph; n brim
of gold colored straw, n wrooth of deep
red vclet rostsnnd a bunch of pink
The third, tho fourth and Iho fifth
gowns arc of crepo do chine, u material
of which MUs Tanner Is fully ap
nreclatlve and than which there Is noth
ing more exquisitely suited to a femln
In e, fair nnd statuefnuely creature like
tho heroine of "Ono Error."
The fourth gown Is a deml toilet of
pink crepo dc chine. There are no
sleeves to this beautiful gown, but, in
stead, long, angel like wings of tbo
crepe, which fall In folds from tho
crown of the shoulders to the hem of
lhe gown, and beneath which tho arms
are hldUm when hanging by the side.
A high collar and zouave Jacket and a
ccslus and belt are tho only bits of
decoration upon the soft pink of the
gown, these being a heavy embroidery
In turquoise and steel upon ruby vet
Tho next Is a negllgeo of yellow crepo
do chine, with big lovely sleeves that
fall way down and then are gathered
back in a band at the elbow. A front
oi beautiful moire antique and a high
collar of black and gold relieve this
gown of too much of Its yellowness,
which Is of a peculiarity fresh butter
The last gown la thelledfern, and la a
traveling gown oi sappntre blue ladles'
cloth, embroidered in white and dark
blue. With this is a cape, which is v'ie
latest Invention of lied fern, and la called
the "Mountain cape. It Is a full straight
cape, made with a sort of skeleton belt
and armholes underneath. The cape is
lined with white satin, and may either
be fssteoed at the front or left to hase
from the shoulders like a truly Spanish
cape. This natty Utile garment was de
signed for and has hltheito been made
only for royalty. It w III doubtless prove
an incentive here to muck that is new
in traveling asd driving capes.
The rcrtOQUllty ofu ISret and l"atrlotl
Daniel FrohssaB, the manager and
originator of tke New York Lyceum
'f hi at re stock company wkiek comes to
tke National Theatre next week, is a
prominent igure in tke theatrical doings
of that city sad tke country at large,
and is a few years kas made his name
in connection witk any theatrical ves
ture a satisfactory indorsemsnt of Ms
Intrinsic worth. Mr. Frokmaa passed
his early manhood upoa tke slatf of tke
New York Sun, asd tke shrewd busi
ness qualities ke developed tksre did
him good servke wkeo ke assumed the
managtwfst of Iks Madison Squ.iw
Theatre in tke days of "llsad KUWe"
sad "May Blossom." WkUetkusem-
Syt.il ke conceived tke klea of form
.. a New York stock lumjkany, to be
composed of the best people la tke pro
fession asd plat bag tke most rational
and attractive novelties wkkk could be
obtained, kelievisg tkat tke mercantile
jwlacipitf, tkat tke best goods will
readily command tke highest price,
was equally applicable to stage per
forwaiu.es. lie was sot then permlited
to carry out kis Ideas, but for two years
ke costisued to carefully select people
sd investigate tke abilities of authors
wkuse services ke would require wkes
kis opportunity should arrive.
Is 1 Steel MacKaye. a man of
great oiiglualiiy asd equally great im
pratUcslfir, Uterestod a number of
ltky ittiHWsum is tke build ina of a
cosy UUtsUe os Fourtk avenue, sear
Tise&tv tkird street. Fiu ike 6it Ike
geswal opioiua was tkat tke location
s as unfortunate one. It was too far
ft os Broadway for a scat cists theatre.
sad too far from tke middle class test
desccs to ke autxtgaf ul at popular price,
lis nist sesaiu sttiatd lo prove ibis
opiiiuii tirrn.i 41.J tke slM.kbold- cs
found, iktir lijutUd JmJtods werL U
SattooOitUU. iitit(,i 'f DuUilii. it :
a Ji, iJvil 1 i .' 1 Ml Ft ii..
for opportnnlly. Stipulating tint he
was to have unlimited control, he be
gan Opetalrorrt npon his alreadv well
smtmtd prans, ami long bpfore the et
nlratroTi of his first season had folly
established a stock compan v which stood
as high In rentral etim'tlon as any
ever set n In New York cliy.
Ills clrosen policy In the nlays he
ptodffces h distinct trom that of Mn
aer Ialmr, who leans strongly toward
English works of melo dramatic char
acter, ami of Manager Daly, who de
lights In the German farcical school.
Mr. Frohman strives to present scenes
of our every day life, straggles and
ttmntatrons such as every mm Is
familiar with either as to himself or his
dally associates, not forfeiting that
cvtiy life has Its hnmortms as well as
Its pathetic side. He favors nitlre au
thorship strongly, and Is always ap
proachable to any nsplrintr dramatist.
Thi'te Is a large safe In his office whlrh
contain only plays left with him to re nl,
all of w hlch, no matter how nnpromlslna-,
nctlvehls atlendon In duo time, lie
is always ready to explain to the authors
wherein tbdr work Is praiseworthy and
Many authors whose general work 1?
of the best fall In play-wrltlng because
they do not understand the requirements
and possibilities of the stage. This Is
what Mr. Frohman is capable of ami
willing to explain, and many an author
has him to thank for demonstrating
why the play which road so well would
not act liTcctlvely. Mr. Frohman Is a
busy man with the affairs of his stock
company, and the tours of a compnny
In -Tho Wife," another In "The
Charily Ikll," Elsie Leslie In "The
I'llnceand the Pauper," E. II South
ern In "The Malster of Woodbarrow,"
and the American lour of Mr. and Mrs.
Kendal, all upon his hands at one time.
Still he Is the most accessible and
courteous manager of that great city today.
Cfimlnc nr I'rnnrln WINnn'it Siicccm,
1lio .Merrv Monarch "
The most remarknbly successful ot
the current productions has been that of
'The Merry Monarch" by Francis
Wilson nnd his excellent enmnnnv nt
the Uroiul way Theatre, New York. The
morning after Mr. Wilson's first appenr
anco In his new opera his success was
proclaimed by every one. Not one
critic failed to bestow upon him, his
company nnd tho opera n shower of
praise. The result was n Hood of
patronage. Every night since then the
thentrohas been packed to tho doors.
Mr, Wilson must havo guaeed public
Instc with wonderful accuracy, for not
n single rehearsal has been necessary
since tho opening to correct tho usuil
number of defects ccnorally observable
on n first night. In truth, thoro were
no defects. The first performance, as
thoto following havo been, was full,
rtunrt nnd complete.
"Tho Merry Monarch" will rclgn
supremo nt Iho New National Theatre
during lhe week of October 111.
Sly .InrU" nt Hnrrl' llllnu. Hie lloiue
or 1IIk!i-CIhm .Mcloitruiiiii,
"My Jsck." one of the hiiest and
most complete of the modern melo
dramatic sui cesses, will be the attrac
tion at Harris' HIJou Theatre this week.
The piny Is of tlio class that appeals
vigorously to the emotions of an audi
ence. It Is brisk and forceful In Its ac
tion, nnd In every way meets all the re
quirements of melodrama. This Is at
nil events the manner In which It has
been regarded elicwhcre, and there Is no
riason why a chango of opinion should
be expected In Washington, which has
so repeatedly demonstrated a uiorked
fondness for good melodrama "Mv
Jack" will have extraordinary advan
tages In its production. Tho c unpany
Is one of tho strongest ever organized for
a performance of this character, and tho
ictnery, nil of which Is carried by the
company. Is wonderfully complete and
magnificent. The most elaborate mech
anism Is employed, and tbe effects oh
tained are starllingly realistic Among
the seems are the explosions In the light
house, the open desert scene, the wreck
of a ship and the deck of a man of war.
The company Is made up of American
players, and includes Walter San ford,
P. Aug. Anderson, George Hoey. Miss
Katberiae Itogers, Miss Ethel lisrrlag
ton and others of undoubted merit.
"My Jack" has bad a success in Lon
don sad New York that leaves little
room for spprehension as to its future
prosperity. Usual prices and matinees.
Tuny 'aisr' Accrrcatlan or Talaat
at Manager Kattiau'a llaue.
Tony Pastor, whose Grand New
Double Company of American asd
European stars wiil he tbs attraction at
Kersaa's next week, may truly ke
called tke father of tke vaudeville stage
m .a merits, i o sun, more was asy
one else, is Ms elevation due. Americas
vaudeville amusements save grows up
with Mr. Pastor, asd are so interwove
wiik kis own history tkat tke two are
inseparakto. Ilk same is familiar to
every theatre goer is tke world, asd ke
himself is as attraction before wkkk
all otker stars pale. It will ke a raw
treat Monday Bight to sear Mr. Pastor
is kis own comic songs, which ke stags
witk all kis ckaracteriatk vigor asd
He presents a host of clever artists
this season whom ke kas personally se
lected asd feels peculiarly ffrtwahy to
tk possession of tie celebrated Essrlisk
ckaraiter asd dctcripttve stager, MUs
Bessie Bouibill, wko is engaged at as
enormous salary. Mr. Pastor was cer
tainly sot mistakes is tide selection.
Miss Bessie Bosekill kas proved tke
gseaiest stusatloo of tke season, Indeed ,
tke isrtst feature Mr. Pastor kas ever
introduced. Ska is a stoat versatile
artist. IIu voice is soft asd sympa
thetic asd very sweet e4e dances
wkk rare grace, asd impersonates a
variety of male characters witk artistic
case. Added to kr vocal gifts, torpai
tkoress skill asd drawatk West aw a
perfect fguxe asd handsome and ex
pressive Ue, wkkk set London's swell
wild. There ate so cleverer artists tkss
Maggie Ctise. tke famous I risk charac
ter soger, Joka sad James Russell, tke
Irish female Impersonators, tke U
tois, the pantoiiumist 8.lev jl'M.
Wtat, UjukJ (.uuitdlalia Staler Ik-a
dtiwukt i-otUsk satir audiUui.it
lulu aua 'lurk atiul j." u-,.
K ? It. ! Si. , L.i , .1 i l It 1t
aa M. t Lta a U . 3 r L
Vincent, the English top boot datfew.
Lafdles' Hrttlnee Tncsday, Thnmhsy
and Satntrlay. Tony Pastor will be fd -lowtrl
hy the Howanl Hntreitre Com
part?. The MtUftMH l)tei OBWiptny In Mll
ineher'H ..The Seven stmhlnn "
The first ptodnctlon In this city of a
new comic opera by the McOanll Opera
Company has always ranked as rwe of
the leading events" of th amassment
season. The Interest of that large rwwt
of iheatregoers who delight In comic
pftra will be centered upon Albsngh's
Grand Opern-Honse week after next
when the McCaull Opera Company will
prwlnee for the first time In this city
Carl Mlllorktr's latest comic open
tncrtss, "tne wven snawsns.'
lhe McCaull Opera Uompsny re
cently prndnrttl "The Seven Snabfans '
for the first time In English In Ne-v
York, where it was at once accepted as
one of the best comic oneras heard In
3 ears, critical opinion deciding that the
particular arace and spirit of Alillockpr's
music, with the abundance of beautiful
and taking melodies, made It well
worthy of the composer or "The Hlack
Hussar" and "The Beggar Student."
It Is only nectsary to mention that
Ibeic are nine comedians In the cast to
emphasise the fact that the comic side
of the opera is very strong. The lib
retto Is the work of two German humor
ists, Hugo Wittmsn and J. Uauer, ami
the English adaption has been made
especially for the McCaull Opera Com
pany by Harry It. Smith, who has fur
nished the librettos for this company
for several yeais.
The acllon of the "Seven Suablans"
takis place In and near the city of Siutt
gart, about 300 yeais ago, nt the lime
of a league foimtd by n number of
German cltks against the Duke of
Wurtcmberg. The motive of tho
opern Is n satire upon iho prevailing
superstitions of Germany three centuries
The principal members of tho com
pany are Lily Post, Annie Myers,
Josephine Knapp, Com Henderson,
Mnthllde Cottrelly, Chatucey Olrott,
Ilobert Dunbar. It. F. Cotton, William
Illaisdcll, John Murphy, Charles
Turner, Harrv liattinberg, W. F.
llcchcstcr, C. II. Jones and others.
"The Seven Suablnns," who give tho
name to the opera, aro seven sturdy
Yokels, who aro omnipresent In tho
piece nnd contribute largely to Its fun.
1'hey have the following names: Algau
crl, Gelbfussler, Knoeplleschwnb, Sple
clischwab, Ncstleschwab, IllilMchwab
A recent comic opera was commended
jiccnuc It had no topical song. "Tho
Seven Suablans," be It understood, bos
n topical song which created such a
furoro on the first night that It was re
peated twelves times, nnd created aiir.1i
n sensation In New York that n couple
of Sundays aeo tho music and words
wcto printed In tho New York lleraUl
Its title Is "Walt a Little While." It
has seven vercs, one of which Is sung
by each of the Seven Suablans In turn.
The stage production of tho "Seven
Suablans" will be on the scale of
liberality In Iho way of scenery nnd
costumes which has always mide thu
McCaull productions excel for their
ilchness and taste of stage effects which
are devised and carried out under the
direction of Mathllde Cottrelly. Tho
ictnery Is by tho well-known artists,
Maeder, Schaefer and Arthur Voegtlln.
Theru Is a large chorus and orchestra
under the direction of John S. Illller.
JUIt Sybil Jalinttono'n Nudity In thu
tuy oi uiiurciii).
Tho run of Miss Sybil Johnstone'
resr elevation at tbo Standard Theatre
bascomo to on end, says the "To.vn
Crier" In the New York JJramitie
A km, and tho lady's body has been
transferred to Ilrooklyn, whore It Is now
being exhibited with reasonably exciting
results upon the stage of the Criterion
lheatre. Of course. Mlse Johnstone
knows what she Is about, and. as It Is
her own beef which she Is making
known to large circles of admirers, no
body has any particular reason to find
fault, so far as she is personally con
cerned. But there are persons who
might regard, with feelings not alto
gether removal from contempt, the
manager and proprietor of an enterprise
like this. If I were extremely hard up.
and could not earn my dally bread by
any reputable method, It Is possible
that I might consider the advisability
cf taking a crowbar and breaking open
a bank, or cracking some wealthy cltl
zen over the head, with a view to the
accumulation of enough money to pre
i ei ve me from slatvatlon. Ilut I do sot
ihlnk there has ever been, or is likely to
be, a period In my career lu which I
should enjoy a meal that had been
earned by the exhibition of a woman's
piactlcaliy naked form. They have a
word In France whleh seems to be par
ticularly anpllcable to some male per
sons, ecn in this country. That word
Happily for New York, says 2Wt
Tomes, that morbid, stupid and wholly
valueltsa play, "The Clemesceau Case, '
went out of town last week, taking with
It the usdesirsble obtrusion, of JIlsi
fybll Johnstone's boudoir articles. Th
manager of the show struggled, lam
Informed, to get bis produeiloa trans
fund to another city theatre, hut with
out success, so be was forced to tio into
the provinces and attempt to dazzle the
inhabitsnls with his unclothed star
Dramatics have seldom been lowered
to such a depth of indecency is this
town as they were in tke Standard
Theatre production of "Tke Cwsnen
ceau Case," and it is to he hoped tkat
sever agais will tkete be a luscious
woman to assist a recktoss manager in
making a dueet appeal to tke uackan
curiosity of tke vulgar portion of our
TUS IDMAL isas.
Manager what Is year
SSS Of kuO-
UiU4rL am a fttnisdlawe
Masam Which of your parts kv takss
best wkk tke puWkt
Actress Yos see, str, 1 ban sever
Managr OaneraUy, I mean-klgh or
Actress l saw baas told that say sjcr
was perfect is wwy way, stt Th Chuftr.
Hit, UmwwIIc lateHaHlm or a tHuUar
M84i (Har Aatm,
Tke wsirintosisl alliance between
Cliston W. Kdgerley asd Itosaaiuada
Cogslas ksd tke duration of a Presi
dtstialtersn. It was. I hassan waksow,
tke stcund tkat Miss Cogklas asd es
ti d isto. Tke trst was csmatmiBiiini
is Puis wiik a gestlsssss wist koce tke
uscosiuHos same of Brows, asd tke
wedded life of tke pair eaUsoded ovt-r
tke brief asd symptom site period of
ten days. Pvrkaps & would kave been
better for tke actress kai ker atxt
attetspt at uiairUsony bass as short
Uved as the fttst Just sow. I laser,
ker ex spouse kas tke bust of tk bar
sis. altkuugb. of cotiHs, a decree of
ivorce granted is Dakota will scarify
ke o(ralive is New Yor or is aaaour
Kew Jersey. Now is Use Uiue for ktUi
t'cghlan to kesl tke wound of a veU
known es. broker, wko. from all a.
counts, kas sever bees tke sasic mm
stsi.e ske l-ccaae Mrs. EdgerUy The
nflidaviu i f tke ex kuahaad lo ri t
of lhe ex wife's prs.tus ax, u -t r
bi.II bi'Wmr In kllldic lllu b .
ever, no news to New York clubmen or
10 men about town. Tmrn Topic.
ro i-r tnr. nrvonrit.
When nor, who muny years had tarrtert
in titnrt (and rfneie Meiweness),
To l BMmi Mgetiy tmnrled
It tnsflp stir, as jon can gwess.
We omereii how she came to 4n It,
We won-tererf ho he won her heart.
e saM. "in tmw they bwtli will tws It,"
And w have lived to see twrtn part
1trr iMc1 sy was hate of rwea.
Her sronse was faithless, L'oghhm thinks,
But tho m mrtjr now she poisa,
lair Rose's hnsband safs "she drinks."
!o t mall a thing tho'-ws one rtwwts R,
And on the nag, a dtvoreee
So Oonht a r.lerM a-rf she nd It,
And Rose Is snre to make It pay.
IVrnimil flttftlp Antnt tlnrdo OWnnrrtwl
wtlli the DrniMAtlc rrnrln
Mr. Frank DitpTee, the press repre
sentative of lhe DeWolf IIopfr Opera
Company, is one of lhe most cultured
ctntlimcn In the profelon. He is an
mUitr of wide versatility, has written
some charming vere. and Is responst
1 le for several novels, his latest being
"Marital by Proxy," on which lie has
just received royalties for the seven
tecnlh thousandth. Mr. Dnpree lias
diamallml the wotk, and It will soon
be put upon the stage. He has alo
written an ojwra which will be produced
text year. Mr. Dttprte Is as modest as
he Is clever.
E H. Solhern's engagement at the
New York Lyrium Theatre will end on
November 8. In order to accommo
date the great demand for seats. Man
ager Daniel Frohman announces that
places can lie secured for "The Malster
of Woodbarrow" six weeks In advince
throughout Sothern's engagement.
Following Mr. Solhern, lhe" Lyceum
Stock Company reappears on Novem
ber 11 for the winter season. Tne
opening play Is n society drama by C.
lladilon Chambers, author of "C.ip
tain Swift." The title has not been de
Manager Harry Dol Parker ha as
sumed n small but vctv exciting pirt In
George C. Staley's "Iloynl Pass." In
the last act, where the arrival of some
Impt riant papers is anxiously awaited,
n messenger on horseback at full gallop
has been introduced. Tho effect on the
audience Is electrical, nnd what was t
Ilrst an experiment, will be continued
an exciting feature of "A Royal
ass. .Manager I'arkcr nlavs the
messenger, and he has invested in a
Augustus ritoti has purchased tho
tights for tho world to Fred. W. Sal
rey'a new farcical comedv, "A Loving
Legacy." It will bo produced with n
special cast In New York some lime
this season, and If successful sent on
the road with two companies. The
nine of lhe play Is laid In Now York,
and all Its characters and Incidents are
Hobait Brooks, who Is one of the
managers of "Tho U. S. Mali," has
bun In New York during the past few
days, lllscompanv Is now playing the
Pacific Coast to the capacity of the
houses wherever they appear. .Vun lopi
ttvge AVw (A'iit J'wi).
Walter N. Lswrence has been en
gaged by Mr. Fleron as business mana
ger for "The Clemenceau Case" for one
ear. Mr. Lawrence severs his connec
tion with Marie Hubert Frohman to ac
cept this offer. He was released through
the kindness of Gustave Frohman.
W. S. Cleveland has his hands full
witn bis tbiee big troupes, but for all
this ho keeps his head well, and takes
care of every detail connected with his
enterprises. Large business is reported
from nil three of his troupes.
l liurcli. Waihtnatoo. D. O , (K'tolr t, loft),
at J o'clock, by tint Kv. Wylly Hle, reeeor
of Acni.on church, Weatmlnkter, ljnrj
Mliatun Abbott, dsushttr or the late Uu
tenant lommsnder Matter Abbott, U. s, M.,
to Civil L'BglMor Ailolfo j. Mnocal.
OWBM-HODgNbTSIN-On October 3,1890.
by Rev Dr. Ma' kin of Washington and Hv.
Dr. North of MewYurk. Mr Herberts Owen
to 11 Un Marie raa rtlerlka von Hoclea
ttrln. bolhof WaiblOKtus, I) C.
TltAMMELty-MOOKE-nn September 30,
1M0. by tlieHev. Dr. AUtllia, JBalTram
mtjl of ,rlrfax County, Va., ana Wllltaui
Moure of V utliingtou, I). C.
HKNS-Os Frlasy, Oetober 3, 11. at 115
H street Bortiwut, TtHaaiura Hall, tarant ms
ct Ti eodore II. autl NellU) 11. Hmmm.
1 uBtral ptlratu.
Ill NT-Ppartd tkU life Ostober X tS).
at 70 a. m . Mabel Etll Uuat. daaehterof
Jaw . asd Koa lUat, a4 ( Bwwtlw aaU
Iltinalau will be batted from iU Vermont
avenue, eic'ober 5, at de u'eloek.
REEVBS-Oo frlUy. Oolobr. S. JSTe.at
LU lata re.Heace.7W Twaatr-taeuad oeet
aottbweat. Jobs 0. Heeva, la tke 7 lib year
tit bu ae-
IYAXS-At Rivet Uw, N J.. October i, 1W,
WILTBaQKK-Ppartad tsU life Oct. V"
, WO. iNireli W . wife of Tkotaas U. Wbtbe.
ger, ia tte S4th year of ker Me.
OFFUTT-On OctoWr . 1SS9. at U real
di i it is (Jeor k. towa. 1) O . 8d ward T Off at
1b tie tb year of bi as.
oUaiaed by tke u uf tte
Any lady or gesilemaa
witb asy kind of kin
LleuUh eaottU atve It a
trial iMtlalaasioB aar
aateed Poaklvely re
move fraekJaa. rtianlee
t lata heads, ssotk natch,
ruahije aad ell diseases toe alt UhSJ to.
ran.x $i Ana s van sottls.
Wajwants to Masovasaeetsae kas- froaa
is far and anH la a l siinatas without iajury
to tan swat datfsate skfi.
Kre Trial at OsHoe.
K8W YOKK TOILST CO.,
Fa.ave- aadlStb t..
Bt'HEKA tOMPtmiOX SOAf. S3 CBSiK
Lady assnts Wanted.
TUs i-ontsasy awtes certlseatos.of dsfioait
bcarbw intitatt as foUowa: caU aawnau
dtposfted for atoety daya or sow,utloM
isaa hi Beau. wr cess, vm ananas: M
lr east on degosiu for am than ate
nontas. bux lew than a yaar aid 4 nsreent.
on deponlM til one year or kanr
SacBcsd isveatsMSts lor sals.
vTiTmBSSk, me. s. x. WAssiks. fms.
Jvbn T. Arma,
Jobs a Haadttoa.
f. t. ssniriiitsnr,
Hsittamlwy V. TaJbutt.
Albert V. Box.
0 I" dEeaa.
tted-ssts osttsn lAars?. TaJSs Wt
K9pLABUtS! LADIKS! lAOUm
s00' Slni SUCaflcrty lathe oc!y bat and
OoiUSet frauie Blanuia.ta.er in lac . tf O.,
asd ni her ace oh.i it va, hi-id a .d
A. u j..w . w
By All Odds
The tnivt (TMirrnllv nfnl mrillo1nr i Ayft'
Tilt' Ai a romi-fly fr tlw VAttfrni ittpivs
rt ttw ntnWHW-h. rrter. and h-t. the
Pill hnvf no mjtml Thrlt - uffn cnntlng
caniM them not only to he rn". and
ntMWaiff in tafcp, lint prrwrvM thfii mrrtt-r-mat
tntrplty m all rWmatM ami for nny
nnwHwM hMnrth ot rhw. The twt fnmitt
IBPrtWW, Aycrs PHls are. alsn. nnmr-nwrt
fw the me rt tnvw sMst, sllr,r,
etttw, and i In wiw nt tho
nwnt erttlwil ejwes, when all otlwr rrnredwS
' In the miwwft of rant t wa -nt to h
AnnapnlM htMpttal, nlrrinft with -hronl
ftlarrtfpa. White ttwre, I hwatw m n
(twmt m trrrth thnt I conM not n( ik and
wat mwnrn,net fo wrltp evorjthlnjt I wanted
tn my. I xwn t!wn havltw mrm w or as
tmh rwt itny Thi itortnr ordorfil "i mwll
rlm that t was itllhtl would lir of no
hewflt tn nw I rIM not tak It. tint rwr
snartH my nnrw to (trt n omn of lr.
Ayer'H Plll. About two nvlork in Uk- aftw
hoon I tnnfc lt of thV pill, ami hy mW
nhrht begun to feel better. In the mornfha;
the rtoetor eame again, and after rterWInf!
that my ymrtonw were more fatnrahte, asvn
me a different medleine, whleh I rIM not nse,
tmt ton tour more ot the pills Instead. Th
next day the doetor eanw to see me, and
thonirht 1 wa doing nicety, (and no dM II.
I then took one pill a day for a week. At tlifl
end of that time, 1 eomMered mywtf etired
and that Ayers l'llh had iateil my life. I
wa then weak, hnt had no rernm of the
rtrea!, and gained In strength m ton tn
cmtM he expected." 1" t' l.nee, Ijile blent.
88th Megl. Ma. Vol. Infantry.
"Ayer's Pllh are
I have ever nwl for headftehe. ami Ihey
act like a charm in relieving any disagree
ale sensation in the tnnmch alter enllng."
Mr. M .1. Fet gnwn, l'Hlletn, Va.
"I wb a Mifiteier fur jcrm from dy
l'psla ami ller Innible, ami found mi
ermaneiit relief until I commenced taking
Ayer'i MIK Tlie) have eflecteil a com
plete cure " tlcorgc V Slonney, W.illa
Walla, W. T.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Ekkl by nil Druggists ami PrMeta In Mnilclii.
3itOCllDAI.K rOOPKUATIVE SO
ka e'ely Members of till society In imh
fcnilon of the trade card lo API.lt, ISOI, nnd
InteicMeO In tho matter of coal nnd woh1
should call on the underlgned lieforeOCTO
IiF.II T for Information. et A T. Lonely, WW
A M n e. Agr'l I'ept : Hrnllh Tlmmpon. PM9
Fst nw.lt. atd 1'. Dlr War Pent.; I, Van
derlKief Ml trenrhnt. Hit. Mnt : 8 r. Kaw
celt. M are n e. Fourth And. off ; J. K.
Mrf'dlie.WW itno V O Dent , II. W. Smith.
116 II tt w, l. M. (I ' off.! t. r. Hunt. 1110
Set n w. r-lilh Aud off ; U K. (Jrldley, 706
I. t n w, Ileg'a off . Tread,; John Morrlwn,
mitMn w, I'nl(in off : Dr. Joeih .Tour,
SX18 I'a avenw, Htirg. Oen ' off., Rilwanl
(utoii.HS II t n e. Gov. rrn'g off.; J W.
Panha.WRIlatn w.cuoh Room. TrtM. Ily
older of the cotnmltte.J. V. HAH81IA,So
ftS-.TIlK 8AF8 DEPOSIT AND STOIUOE
AMKHIfAX SICUHHY AND TltOST COM
Now ready for lha itorageof Fnrnltiire.
I Isnoe, l5 llvtrware, 11cliire, Mlrrori", Trunk.
(atrUgo, and all ro'lahle art'ele. Pack
It'K. Movlnpanfl hbliijilnc by expert. Or.len
by rani! or telephone promrtly attended to
t'aU and esamlne building Ilerdto pa
door. Tfclei'lione No 4S,
ALIIKUT M. ItKAI).
!?y,B. eianerjl Mtmg r.
ffSW-FKET KKLIKVKD. DR.WHITK,
1116 rnna. ave oppoalte Wlllard's ttotat.
Thoanda from far ami near vlult I)r Whlta'n
otabllttiment for relief from nod arohUnra
of corn. lHinkin, illeeaDeil Balla ami alt
ether foot truublen. Ilourn, 8 a. m. toil p.m.
Mirniayn.O to IS. ()cefe,Jl per vUlt for
put tlnr the feet Is good order. BatablUhed,
3gr-J. WILLIAM LES
(Suoceor to !TBry Lec'a Son),
3K PA. AVF. N. W.,
Branch Oflko. tss Marrlaml are. . w.
T ANTKD-A HOY TO DRIVK A HKBAI)
It wagon, oae who has worked at baking
preferred MIS I. t n w
TrANTBD-AN EXPKHIBNCED W'AIT-
i r reus bdu eitaniiriaaw; reiereaeee. tsi
11 f ANTED A
GIHL TO DO GENERAL
eood refuraacA4 pnaulrAl.
Apply at 181 Md are n a. tat
"WANTED -A RESPECTABLE WIIITK
t girl as chambermaid at d waltree: mutt
haTe elty ieferecee Apply l!it H I ave n w.
A COMPETENT WUITK PER
;e care of I rear obi child, fair
t wjb to lake cart- of t rear old child.
wage to right party. Hfc-'lltnttn w. a-8t
Af ANTKD-A 1 1DY WHITE OIHL TO AT-
l . teou to i be neutral notweworK of a
taaall priyate family of four
no w&tbiar or
IroclBg M8SC aye a a.
7ANTED-A FIRbTCLASW COOK AND
IT lauudrewfor mall family; nut tay
at Blabt: refeteacea reauinid
Apply from 9
to IS a B. 15i O kt
"lATANTBD-A RBSPSCTAHLK tilRL F.IK
II geseral boBework. cooklnjr. wahlo
asd ironing la a private family. 1511 Itltb t
a w: nout bare reference. H
WTAVTUD-A OIKL TO COOK AND DO
1 1 ccBeral bouework; no waablas aad
Iroakut: briag good elty refereaeue U8 H n w.
T ANTED-FIRST CLASS WHITE OOOK
with refereaiaa. Call at 1SII Kttaw.
VAXTBU-lllri-P WOMAN TO CXKHt
1 1 aad do wbaterer M required ia faaUly
ot i; bo watfalag; must have rt feteacee. Ap
ply between 4 and S p ia. UW ITth t a w. 1
-WANTED -BY TWO WafmCTtAWUt
it white trirU, a p'ate una a a couk aad
the tlaer a cbamU rionkl and wattreaa, caa
ive , II y referaocee. S4MI Kitiw 3-St
"WAXTEO- BY A NOBTH UMHUAS i.tHL,
II eipeiletind in parlor aad ibamber
work, a liutku Addrtae ITlSUtb tt a w.
van s CbrUl lag Aaauciattoa sat
rANTED-MY A UEsPElTAHLB COLD
1 1 girl, a pbtce as coos cr Uaadra;ajood
letvreBcea Apply at TM Met aw. .t-St
l'iKv-iy A YOI TH. WIUJ1HQ AND
1 1 ooiu.uit, a pla e as stupa or ""tHrmn
will cake LlaMelf uaeful. good tetecsncea
Addre. 6 FIXLEBTOS,. l?5s)tU tn w
rANTB-Y A kPMJTAtl.B tHH.l
wumaa. Uaea to oouk. wash and iron
fOTS.MBall famUy, good relre4s. Cailat
SOta Wth .t a w 3 $t
WAkiTKD-kY A SSSFStfABLB COL'D
II Woman a piat-e aa cook or cliamlnirmsld
In a private family, good ttlvtvum. Call or
addraaa 43 Del tm at 1 3t
WtCTtD-SV A YOfJIU COL08ED
I V womas. s situatluB to do geaera! haw
Work; )uod referent ee 41S N at B w. jit
rAKTED-IY A TIDY COL'O WOXAX.
II place a i. baJuUimald oi cook; good
reiarascss. ifcflS Dumbartoa avc. eiaoraatowa.
WAkT88Y ANPIUMiCSJ Oa
1 1 ored wujnas. a wtUAtkm aa artol
waabiag or irus'Bg; good
cedar t a w
-lrAfcTW-tWO UNFlgSUUED OOaU
I U't lady and auo in the vlcinty of
New Yurkave and nth at, teat not to c
e&ti ttt. iddraM A 8-1? . Critte oSVtj. U
a ?w nmmm wtmn, wnu
steasi Poser, good if ator sfa asd Srst
elas laaUorak'p. b, tbu FOtT V1T1 ffHtfl.
for Mat at low rates to Bcat-cJaaa bananft
Apply W STILSUS" BITCSUN. stl Foat
Saildlag. or FSU.NK ttACUt.
SMi'STWY SA-AL KaTATH.
TOOK SALS A Bui
r - ions os id sr
A7 n e citeoded
no tlie 'li t ,f Iho tlu
't li alia Siiila- ii . . K.i y br t. i'.-t
I tt.t t-tL. 1 Lt J. i L Li 's c '!iM.
. j id SU.t . I , , . .
- .- - f , k , r v
tor r nit t mm .ws.
I' rootmi; lr and 9d floor; !mtfe no- va
c nt: a)n lt gie room; srntrmm wprwi't. ,
rR RUST- tn R St. OffflHtTf PR VK
lln Tut: ire enmrnrtahla. M1I far
nliVcd rr nm- with rward: ionthwn etp-xire.
f,on RRT-FitiNinRn or K!t rt-
ni-nvu. x perron no very pif-asani. ni
rt reicncn m iBin r n w. in
J. plmiaantiy itnaied. l.'t Mh s: a, &.
,rR Ritwr-f tiRAP-s rftn-RXMitiTj
rocm? cm ad floor, tatw Corcoran st.
IiOR RtST-lSnQ T-P!.RAAirr RoilH;
J' fnrrhhNI well; heated: lighted: 1. ti t,
Iw.ff iat togetmif, a. 4it
t?TR RRRT-4 StltTARl. ROOMS POU
T ll-M hnneheplnton Sd ftoor; (8 la !
yaftc inwntti st n 4
fCR RRST- !9t St NW 4 rt'Rirs-IRfl
! on SI floor; nw and me of ba'h: i
on 8d floor; rent reaonahh
r,OR RKNT-1M1 R t AVR, Opf. VH'R
I1 rMMii-fnrnWhcd room, en unit or
ragfe, with hoard If detlred; private family
of twn adnttn: hons lhl decorated and
fmnMren thtonchont. jjt
I.tlRRBMT-TIlREE -JfCg 1 PlJKNHnSO
J' roomd; bath, lhtht, heat, new tcme; Sia
!r month, f.ie fiortdj aTejBonndaryi 1
tjviR RF.NT-FrR'srsrimj- sficg AU-ovk
tit men prif erred
,, ..in i,nni,u h,rvt: rii rcinc oom ; wn-
rptiR RRNT-BtKtntrrLY FftRXHtllD
J1 roonif : fngle or en nlte; lt and Id flonr.
" li'hrt n w. st
IjflR RRRT-I UNrTRSlsnED W10;
I IM floor; Intrnbe, range and bath: cheap
ISWSthM n w. a
MH RRNT-S IAROK COVtMUSICVTIkfO
' n aa las laaui .! aSea n.MU liai as i .
uwiwuunirni st ssri unrrjV, l1 f n W
-S.1U tawsarvn m n as r a hmmmh
I fHl Mnw.i ! , w . .. ha A..J Waa.i
run njiiii-Ukin nmnnu rinnp;
,w, ,u,,n,r. ini,r,-iu-n., mill HVmii
pplend d neighborhood, rent Js.sn per month.
tsitiathrt n w. in
1J"0M HBNT-7 RART rAt'ITOl, STT.T.VO
I newly tmneted and minted nnfnmlh4
room on Sd floor; n, heat and water; only
IIS per month. l it
TP01tllRNT-im NSTN W. TWO LAROS
" nnfnrnltel communicating room on 3d
Hoor; newly papered, open flreii ltdelrn,l,
rent low lo right party, reference. I
FOtt HAI.n ItOltHKI.
Fit SALK-IH ALEXANDRIA, ROOM
frame hone, Jnst finishing; aydmntla
yard; lot ltrllS; snng home; price, !. Ap-
Ply to It
,it uiiiuuBjt, u. luujLia. iuiora nn. z. nu
T?0U HALE-TIIRF.K OF TUB CIIBAPBMT
J1 Iione In Waahltigton, 1M, 1B and IM
llth st no; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 room and bath: elect rie
bell and gan: price, JJ..VX) each. $l0 eash
balance to unit or trade for good lote.
rem ur.NT ttousiw.
1113 Man aTe.Krs and stable 1X0 m
Mid t ox.. l.lr ism
is M st n w, is rs isn m
lawn rn w, le ra tism
17S7 1) t nw.it r iro no
ISKSiun w.tlr lni m
lMKlRtn w, lir 8 at
uvKfin w, wrs
1480 N at n w. 10 rs ,
IKS llth at nw. 2 rs
14M Houghton at, 9 r
1WI list ii w, 9r
Lafayctle tuare. IS rs
isco v t n w. 7 rs ,
lKWTth et n w. str ami dwg
UK Sd st II w. 7 re
Tlie above hoii'e can be examined by per
mit from our office only.
THOMAS J. ISSUER A CO.,
rjHIK KRNT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX-
I.1 room frame boose, high and dry loon-
tloB; near ebnrehe and ptiblle i!bo"l In
UbIoc.oth. Inquire ot A.11E11HEND. IWU
t n w
Kill HALF. AND KISNT.
"HEAL BBTATK BLT.LKTIN
TnOMAS E. WAl.lUMAN. S17 Y street.
Chances made Wednesdays and balnnlays.
1-bTOIlY DWCK AND FRAME UOUaSn FOR
16U ldth ft n w, t b. ml. 10 rs $l!Wmo
STWMstnw. bh.llrs P'.nwi
11 Stint n w. bh. 9 n S.i
14K1 lloBiidarr st n w, f h,8r 7,11
anirnnw. bh. lira s..vo
IIISTst, bh.7r a
Msat)it u w. lib. ml. Hru 4,7'fl
SVIl-iHIS 7th st. I h. water, S ra I Aft)
3rA KftBW. bh. lOrs SJM4
lisissthstnw, bb.Sra 1,400
S-hTOUY UtUCK AND FRAME U0US FOR
5CT aRd 5M Va ave aad 9u8 Mb st and -i
BBlmprnred tots, a a SI SSS
tl to Sat 13th at aad Ky ave. bet S O
are asd Bat m tem
itl to SSS D st a a. f h. S rs line
BUllthktae. bh.bra )
ixsawisil in r.tb.ir J..V0
Alley bet Mb and Tta. U aad X U a e.
SWlftthstse, f h.5r ijm
aa loth at a e. f h, r 1,5 0
IMS tows Est smth. srssaoh l.stt
tltKst se.f h.Sra j,w
7 Hope ave a e. bh. 4 ra rto
UNDtPHOVKD rBOPEKTY FOR SALE.
Pltf f tD3t
Tart lot 5. K at. bet lSth sad 17th atsa w.sta
L st, bet 15th asd Mthstaaw fid
U st, bet 1Mb and lSth ate B w i 75
MHh at. bet M asd N U a w 1 7S
7th st, bet R aad H sta B w ITS
lMhat, bet E and F stsa w 1
MHh . bat N asd O tltiw li
O at, bet 1st aadSd Miiw 1 SO
7lhst above (iraat ave a w as
B aad C. Mb and Stst st st
BtHJSEfi FOR RENT.
"The Maltbr." N J ave aad B at.
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