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WASHINGTON D C JAN xs 1898 1898Hen IBgSenatJr 1898Heiint
Hen Heiint enatJr o tor r Cafferr Cafferrof Oafferyof OalTorYof
of Louisiana spoke against New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England KnowNothingistn last lastThursday lastThursday lastThursday
Thursday Thanks to him Good Goodprospects Goodprospects Goodprospects
prospects for Democrats DemocratsIlanna DemocratsI DemocratsIlanna
m
I Ilanna Ilannatelegraphs nan Ilannatelegraphs na natelegraphs
telegraphs McKinley that his elec election clection dcc dcction ¬
tion saved God and the Republi Republican Republican Republican ¬
can party partyThis partyThis partyThis
This is blasphemous for God Godi Godhad Godhad
i had certainly nothing to do with withthe withthe withthe
the boodle victory of Hanna HannaTbc HannaThe HannaThe
The Sunday Observance Bill BUIfor DIUfor Billfor
for the District now before Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress the work of a few fanatics fanaticsis j jis
is mixing mixin up politics with puritan puritanIJcal puritancal puritancal
IJcal cal despotism No Democrat or orliberal orliberal orliberal
liberal minded Republican should shouldvote shouldyote shouldVote
vote for it as it would enslave our ourpeople ourpeople ourpeople
people
Senator Turner Turnerof Turnerof Turnerof
of Washington Washi ngton State Stat deserves high highcredit highcredit highcredit
credit for his noble and able speech speechagainst speechagainst speechagainst
against the LodgeMcCall bill It Itis Itis Iti3
is a speech full of statesmanlike statesmanlikeviews statesmanlikeviews statesmanlikeand
views and shows that the Populist PopulistSenators PopulistSenators PopulistSenators
Senators he being one of them themare themare themare
are no KnowNothings KnowNothingsDemocratic KnowNothingsDemocratio KnowNothingsDemocratic
Democratic Senators Senatorsill Senatorsll Mentor9ill
ill ll commit a crime against their theirwn theirwn theirwn
wn party if they vote for the theLodgeMcCall tbeLodgeMcCall theLodgeMcCall
LodgeMcCall Immigration bill billIt billIt billIt
It is a Republican measure and andevery andery andcry
every cry true Democrat will vote voteagainst voteagainst voteagainst
against it and thereby make im immense immense iminense ¬
mense campaign capital for his hisparty hisparty hisparty
party
B BEvaOing
Evading the Point PointAND PolneAND PointAND
AND now the advocates of lep leprosy leprosy leprosy ¬
rosy and loot are saying that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the demonstration against China Chinamakes thinamakes i im2kes
makes the annexation of Hawaii Hawaiiimperative Hawaiiimperative Hawaiiimperative
imperative Why Is Hawaii Hawaiia Hawaiiaay HawaiiaHy
a aay y less remote Is leprosy any anyless anyless anyless
less prevalent there Is the popu population population populatioa ¬
lation any less mongrel mon rel any less lessunfit lessunfit lessunfit
unfit for American citizenship Is Isthe Isthe IsSi
Si the Ij job ob any less expensive for forthe forthe forPr
Pr the American people peopleA
a
A New Hawaiian Scare ScareAUD BeAreAND scareAND
advo advocate advocate advocate
AND now Senator Davis ¬
cate in chief ol leprosy anH anr loot lootis lootis loot1 loot1is
is in a cold sweat of oCterror terror lest some somepower somer somer
power should seize the Hawaiian HawaiianIslands HawaiianIslands HawaiianIslands
r Islands and plant there th re guns which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would command the entrance to tothe tothe tothe
the Nicaraguan Canal Canalonty only 3000 3000miles 3000I 3000miles
miles away awayl Why if England has hassuch hassuch hassuch
such guns as tbese she could born bombard bornbard bornbard ¬
I
bard New York with a battery batteryplaced batteryplaced batteryplaced
placed in any suburb of London LondonHow LondonHow LondonHow
How does Mr Davis ever calm calmhimself calmhimse1C calmhimself
himself for sleep sleepWant sleepWant sleepWant
Want the Doors Kept Open OpenThe OpenThe OpenThe
The officers of ISO German soci societies societies societies ¬
eties of Chicago have mailed an anextensively anextensively anextensively
extensively signed circular to toevery toevery toevery
every member of Congress pro protesting protesting protesting ¬
testing against a ainst any legislation legislationwhich legislationhich legislationhich
which hich will restrict immigration immigrationfe immigrationeletter immigrationeletter
fe eletter letter in addition to the names namesof namesof namesof
of representatives of > f the German Germansocieties Germansocieties Germansocieties
societies is signed by the editors editorsof editorsof editorsof
of a number ot German Irish IrishSwedish IrishSwedish IrishSwedish
Swedish Italian and other news newspapers nCwspapers newspapers ¬
papers published there The docent doc docicnt docent
icnt ent cqncludes concludessider cqncludessiaertbe cQncludesshier
shier siaertbe the present presentlawexcJudlng presentlawexcJudlngs law excluding excludingS
113 s cripples and criminals crlminahlfrom from the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States as a sufficient restriction restrictionof restrictionorall restrictionofall
of orall all undesirable immigration we look lookupon lookul lookupn
upon ul > 1n the cry against foreigners as a arevival arevlyd areviya
revival reviya of the th old KnowNothing spirit spiritand spirltand spiritaud
and we shall oppose the renomInation renommationand renomInationand
and reelection reo re electIon of all members of Con Congress CongrtSs Congress ¬
gress who will vote for the further furtherrestriction furtberrestriction furtherrestriction
restriction of immigration immigrationSenator immbrationScnator immigrationSeuftior
Senator Darffl Darfflin DaYIIin DayIin
in his speech in lavor of annexa annexation annexation annexation ¬
tion of Hawaii maintains that the theMonroe theMonroe theMonroe
Monroe Doctrine covers the theHawaiian theHawaiian theHawaiian
Hawaiian Islands The latter are aremore aremore aremore
more distant than Ireland and it itwould itwould itwould
would therefore be logical to ex extend extend cxtend ¬
tend the Monroe Doctrine over overthat overthat overthat
that Island IslandThe ls1andThe islandThe
The Monroe Doctrine is very veryelastic verye1asticand veryelastic
elastic e1asticand and in all probability will willsoon willsoon willsoon
soon extern extend over the whole world worldJt worldJt worldIt
Jt is a pity that it is not for lib liberty liber Jiberty ¬
erty er y as originally intended but butfor butfor butor
for or military despotism in the hands handsof handsora handsofa
of ora a few as on Hawaii For the theso theso
so called Hawaiian Republic is isnothing isnothing isnothing
nothing but a military despotism despotismunder despotismul despotismunder
under ul der protection of the American Americanflat Americanfla Americanflag
flat fla flag and against the immense immensemajority immensemajority immensemajority
majority of the people of those thoseIslands thoseIslands thoseIslands
Islands 4B 4BPresident
President Dole Doleof Doloof Doleof
of Hawaii is coming He is go going going goIng
t ing to sell his country to th thUnited the theUnited theUnited
United States The consideration considerationas
as stated in the treaty is isThe isThe isThe
The United States shall pa pathe pay paythe paythe
the four or more millions of deb debof debt debtof debtof
of Hawaii They shall build a acable acable acable
cable between the United States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and Hawaii costing millions millionsAll millionsAU millionsAU
AU the Government property propertypublic propertypublic propertypublic
public lands and revenues reven u s of ofHawaii ofHawaii ofHawaii
Hawaii shall belong belon to the Dole DoleGovernment DoleGovernment DoleGovernment
Government which is to continue continuein
in the same shape after annexa annexation annexation annexaTle ¬
tion tionThe
The United States Government Governmentshall GovrnmenthaU Governmentt
t I shall I keep the 38000 Kanakas the the00O
b ooo 00 Japanese the 23000 Chin Chine Chincc
cc e and other inhabitants in sub subection subcctlon subjection
jection ection as slaves to the Dole Gov Govroment Govrnment Govznment
> roment which consists of ofabout ofaboutII about
II 1000 000 people Any attempt of the thef theanmense thenmense
f nmcnse < majority to drive out the theDole thelc theole
Dole ole lc despotism shall be suppressed suppressedy
by y the United States StatesiXhat StatesThat StatesThat
iXhat That is the consideration Now NowCo Nowkeyourchoicej
fkc keyourchoicej Co your choice
IIIIIfI IIIIIfIDemooratto
Democratic View orMr Hanna HannaWhatever BnnaWhatever HaunmiWhatever
Whatever the election of Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Hanna may mean to the coun country country country ¬
try at large it is not a calamity to tothe tothe tothe
the Democratic party The Oem Oemocrats Oemocrats J Jocrats
ocrats ot 0 the country need Mr MrHanna MrHanna MrHanna
Hanna at Washington as an object objectleseon objectlesson objectlesfion
lesson a constant reminder of the theignoble theignoble theignoble
ignoble and sordid policy which whichdominates whichdominates whichdominates
dominates his party With Mr MrHanna MrHanna MrHanna
Hanna In retirement the Democ Democracy Democracy Democracy ¬
racy would find it hard to dis discover discover discover ¬
cover another personality so ex expressive expressive cxpressive ¬
pressive of the influences which whichcontrol whichcontrol whichcontrol
control the present Administration Administrationand
and so antagonistic to thektrue thetrue in instincts instincts instincts ¬
stincts of the American people peopleMr peopleMr peopleMr
Mr Hanna is now the most pow powerful powerful powerful ¬
erful political figure in America AmericaHe AmericaHe AmericaHe
He is the real master rnasterof of the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House he is chairman of the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican National Nationallommittee Committee he is isa isa isa
a Senator of the United States and andhe andbe andhe
he is the political dictator ol Ohio OhioEven OhioEven OhioEven
Even Mr Blainenever reached reachedsuch reachedsuch rcachedsuch
such a stage of power In many manysenses manysenses manysenses I
senses Mr Hanna is the Republi Republican Republican ¬
can party partyIn partyIn partyIn
In accomplishing his election to tothe tothe tothe
the Senate Mr Hanna has shown shownwhat shownwhat shownwhat
what money will do No man who whohas whohas whohas
has observed the course of the thestruggle tbestruggle thestruggle
struggle at Columbus can doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubtthat
that the opposition to him was wasovercome wasovercome wasovercome
overcome by bribery and intimi intimidation intimidation intiinidation ¬
dation It has been a spectacle sp ctacle of ofshame oCshame ofshame
shame But if the election of such sucha
a man by such means to a seat in inthe inthe inthe
the most august legislative body bodyon bodyon bodyon
on the continent will serve to toawaken toI toawaken
awaken the conscience of ofthe the coun country country country ¬
I
try it t is not an unmixed evil The TheRepublicans TheRepublicans TheRepublicans
Republicans are welcome to any anyadvantage anyadvantage anyadvantage
advantage they may see in the tri triumph triumph tn tnumph ¬
umph of Mr Hanna Hannathrice thrice wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come comeThe comeTbeNewEnKlan4WaRO comeTheNew
r
The TbeNewEnKlan4WaRO TheNew New England EnglnndWago > vage Reduction ReductionI ReduotlonsThe RednotlonaThe
I The new year opens with a total totalfailure totalfailure totalfailure
failure of protection to maintain maintainthe maintainthe maintainthe
the current rate of wages in the thecotton thecotton thecotton
cotton spinning industry ol New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England Reductions of wages wagesarc wages wagesare ragesare
are announced from every quarter quarterdav quarterday quarterday
day alter day until now it may be beassumed beassumed beassumed
assumed that they will be univer universal universal universal ¬
sal salThe
The two chief causes assigned assignedlor assienedfor assignedfor
for this unwelcome change are arefirst arefirst arefirst
first that the New England mills millsa
a verstocked with cotton cottonbought cottonbought cottonbought
bought at prices above the present presentmarket presentmarket presentmarket
market price and second the thecompetition thecompetition thecompetition
competition of ofthe the Southern cotton cottonmills cottonmills cottonmills
mills with their cheaper labor and andless andless andless
less exacting labor laws lawsWhile lawsWhile lawsWhile
While both of ofthese these explanations explanationshave explanationshave explanationshave
have a certain weight they do not notwholly notwholly notwholly
wholly account for the situation situationThe situationThe situationThe
The competing mills have had no ncadvantage noadvanta noadvantage
advanta advantage e whatever in the pur purchase purchase purchase ¬
chase of cotton The Southern Southernmills Southernmills Southernmills
mills have less than onefourth of oithe ofthe ofthe
the capacity of the New England Englandmills Englandmills Englandmills
mills It their labor is cheaper it itis itis itis
is probably less ess effective The Theadvantage Theadvanta2e Theadvantage
advantage of proximity to the cot cotton cotton cotton
ton fields is more than offset by bythtir bythcir bythcir
thcir remoteness from the market markethigher markethigher markethigher
higher interest charges char es and an other otheritems otheritems otheritems
items ot 0 expense expenseBut expenseBut expenseBut
But even if we accept at their theirface theirface theirface
face value all the reasons assigned assignedfor assignedfor assignedfor
for the reductions what becomes becomesoi
01 the pledges of prosperity on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which the election of McKinley McKinleywas
was carried An explanation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wage reductions is not an ex explanation explanation cxplanation ¬
planation of the campaign prom promises promises promises ¬
ises isesVhatTbe8onato isesWbat isesVbat
Wbat VhatTbe8onato The Scoatel Senate U Now Debating DebatingIf Debatln DebatlnIf DebatinpIfwe
If Ifwe we annex the Hawaiian Isl Islands Is Isands Islands ¬
ands andsi
i Will it bring them any nearer nearerthan nearerthan nearerthan
than five days and five nights nightssteady nightssteady nightssteady
steady steaming of ofan an ocean prev prevhound pre prehound rev revhound
hound across the unbroken Pacific Pacificfrom PacificCrom Paciricfrom
from our western coast coasta
2 Will it change their popula population pnpulation prpulation ¬
tion from its present consistency consistencyof
of leprous Kanakas and Asiatics Asiaticsheld Asiaticsheld Asiaticsheld
held in serfdom by a few sugar sugarbarons sugarbarons sugarbarons
barons
3 Will it give them the now nowlacking nowlacking nowlacking
lacking natural resources to make makethem makethem makethem
them of more than their present presenttrifling presenttrifling presenttrifling
trifling commercial value valueWill
4 4 Will it not involve the expen expenditure expenditure expenditure ¬
diture of at least one hundred mil million million mu mulion ¬
lion dollars of ofour our money for land landdefenses landdeCenses landdefenses
defenses there thereS
5 Will it not involve the build building buildIna buildIng
ing of ofa a Pacific navy at a cost ol olnot 0 ofnot f fnot
not less than two hundred million milliondollars milliondolJars milliondollars
dollars dollarsFrom dolJarsFrom dollarsFrom
From every ovcrystandpoint standpoint financial financialcommercial financialcommercial financialcommercial
commercial social political and andmilitary andmilitary andmilitary
military the annexation of Hawaii Hawaiiwould Hawaiiwould Hawaiiwould
would be an inexcusable crime crimeiaBMATOR crime1tH crimea crimebENATOR
a
iaBMATOR 1tH TOR VESTS GRATITUDE GRATITUDEA GRATITUDEAprivate GiurrrunaAprivate j jprivate
private pension bill introduced by Sen Senator Senator Senator
ator Vest of Missouri has brought t tlight to tolight tolight <
light a pretty story of the civil war Thi Thimeasure This Tbismpasure Thismasurc
measure proposes a pension ot o omonth a amontb amonth
month to the widow of Gen John D DSteven DSteven DStevenson
Steven Stevenson on of ofSt St Louis LouisWhen LouisWben LouisWhen
When the war broke brokeout out Senator Vest Veslentered Vestentered Vestentered
entered the Confederate Conr derate army leaving leavinghis lel1viD lel1viDbis leavinghis
his family in Boonville Mo On the theday theday theday
day that the Federal troops under Gen GenStevenson GenStevenson GenStevenson
Stevenson captured Boonville a child childwas childwas childwas
was born to Mrs Vest Gen Stevenson Stevensonwho Steven Stevensonwho on onwbo
who had known k own Senator Vest previous previousto
to the outbreak of the war learned ol olMrs of of1Irs olMrs
Mrs Vests condition and placed a aguard a aguard aguard
guard around her home that there theremight tberemlaht theremight
might be no disturbance in the vicinity vicinityTo vicinityTo vicinityTo
To this kindly consideration ol the theUnion tbeUnion theUnion
Union General Mrs MrsVest Vest probably Jrobablyowed Jrobablyowedber owe oweher owed owedher
her life Later General Stevenson sa1 sa1to saw sawtolt sawto
to tolt it that she and her baby were con conveyed conveyedIn veve vevein
in safety to her parents home in Ken Kentacky Kent1cky Kentacky
tacky
Senator SenatorVett Vat never forgot for ot the kindness kindnejof kindnessof
of Gen Stevenson to Mrs Vest an annow and andnoW andnow
now that be hI is gone the Senator feels i iduty in induty Induty
duty bound to nave extended to Gen GenStevensons GenStevensons GenStevensons
Stevensons widow who is seventynine lsseventynineyears seventynineyears seventynineyearsold
years yearsold old the theald aid of ofwhich which she Is in need needMr needMr needMr
Mr Vest bas called upon a number o oSenators of ofSenators olSenators
Senators and Representatives who can caraid canaid canaid
aid him in getting gettln the bill through and andhas Bndbas andhas
has told them with emotion the U story Itor o oi of ofIt olI
i kte It I hllgftti lfnatiel1 n U t 9 al1 su o Stcvtosoi itcnrnoaI tveriioa
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0 0PolttloalJeckJUand
PolttloalJeckJUand PoILtloI3eokylla Political Jeckylla and Hyde HydeBefore BydeeBefore U7de1Before
Before election the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty Republicanparty
party is Dr DrJeckyll Jeckyll and after elec election election dcc dcction ¬
tion Mr Hyde In their platform platformof platformofl89Gthey
of ofl89Gthey 1896 they say sayFrom sayFrom sayFrom
From the hour of oracblcvinir achieving their own ownindependence ownIndependence ownIndependence
independence the people ol the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States have regarded with sympathy the thestruggles tbestruggles thestruggles
struggles of othtt oth el American people to totree toIree toiree
Iree themselves from European domina domination dominatlon donilnaLion ¬
Lion tionWe We watch with deep and folding in interestthe Interest interestthe
terest terestthe tbe heroic battle ol the Cuban Cubanpatriots Cubanpatriots Cubanpatriots
patriots against cruelty and oppression oppressionand oppressionand oppressionand
and our best hopes go out for the full fullsuccess fullsucress un unsucress
sucress of their determined contest for forliberty forlibertv forLibexty
liberty libertyThe libertvThe LibextyThe
The Government of Spain having lost lostcontrol lostcontrol lostcontrol
control of Cuba and being beln unable to toprotect toprotect toprotect
protect the property and lives of ofrsident ofrsidentAmerican resident residentAmerican residentAmerican
American citizens or to tocomply comply with its itstreaty Itstreaty Itstreaty
treaty obligations we believe that the theGovernment tbeGovernment theGovernmentof
Government of the United States should shouldactively shouldactlvelvuse shouldactivelynse
actively actlvelvuse use its influence and 1Ddgood eood offices officesto officesto officesto
to restore rest re peace pea e and give Independence Independenceto
to the island islandHave IslandHave flandHave
Have they kept that promise promiseNearly promiseNearly promiseNearly
Nearly a year has passed since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the Republican party came into intopower intopower intopower
power and that year has been one oneof oneof oneofbbod
ofbbod of blood and carnage oh on the Island Islandof Islandof IslandofCuba
of ofCuba Cuba Men have been mur murdered murI murdered ¬
dered in Spanish prisons women womenand womenand womenand
and helpless children have been beenhuddled beenhuddled beenhuddled
huddled together in small houses housesto housesto housesto
to starve and die di of hunger and anddisease anddisease anddisease
disease while their hinds have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been held out to us for pity svm sympathy svmpathy svmpathy ¬
pathy and aid and their party has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been as deaf to their cries as an anadder anadde anadder
adder adderThese addeThese adderThese
These people have an island as asrich asrich asrich
rich is the valley of the Nile it is isthe ISthe isthe
the garden of the sea ca and yet be because because because ¬
cause of Spanish cruelty we are areasked areasked areasked
asked to send them aid to keep keepstarvation keepstarvation keepstarvation
starvation from claiming them as asits asits asits
its victims In one short hour we wecould wecould wecould
could by resolution of this House Housetake Housetake Housetake
take the tyrants hand from their theirthroats theirthroats theirthroats
throats and set them at work in intheir intheir intheir
their fertile fields and render aid aidfrom aidfrom aidfrom I
from this coun counrv ry unnecessary unnecessaryBy unnecessaryBy unnecessaryBy
By their platform the Republicans Republicanspledged Republicanspledged Republicanspledged
pledged themselves to do it Why Whyhave Whyhave Whyhave
have they not kept this pledge pledgeI
I am in favor of sending aid to tothese tothese tothese
these struggling patriots in the theway theway theway
way of food and clothes said Mr MrGreen MrGreen MrGreen
Green of Nebraska who digressed digressedfrom digressedfrom digressedfrom
from his subject in the debate on onthe onthe onthe
the civil service to criticise the theRepublicans theRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans for their failure to tolive tolive tolive
live up to their promises UBut UButtbe But Butthe Butthe
the best aid we can send them is a aresolution aresolution aresolution
resolution oi this House recogniz recognizing recognizing recognizing ¬
ing their independence But the thecapitalists thecapitalists thecapitalists
capitalists say that will brinp on a awar awar awar
war with Spain and anr impair securi securities securities secunities ¬
ties Do it and there will be no nowar nowar nowar
war with Spin In any event eventhuman eventhuman eventhuman
human lite and liberty are of more morevalue morevalue morevalue
value than all the stocks and bonds bondson bondson bondson
on earth Keep the pledge you youmade youmade ou oumade
made and there will be no troule troublewith troulewith troulewithSpain
with withSpain Spain but buteven even if iCthere there should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be what of it I am in favor of ofdoing ofdoing ofdoing
doing right and let the future take takecare takecare takecare
care oi itself I am in favor of pre preserving preserving preserving ¬
serving the honor and glory of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Republic regardless of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the result If Ifby by protecting suffer suffering sufferin2 sufIciing ¬
ing humanity and lending our in influence influence influence ¬
fluence to liberate a suffering sufferin peo people people peopie ¬
ple from the hand of tyranny war warshould warshould warshould
should be lorced upon us u at the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first roll of the drum and the first firstsound firstsound firstsound
sound of Yankee Doodle a mil million million mu mulion ¬
lion bayonets would shimmer and andshine andshine andshine
shine under a Northern sun sunand and at atthe atthe atthe
the first strain of ofDixif Dixie a million millionsabers millionsabers millionsabers
sabers would leap from their scab scabbards scabbards scabbards ¬
bards In the South and as one un unconquerable unconquerable unconquerable ¬
conquerable army under the Stars Starsand S Starsand ars arsand
and Stripes would take care of > f the theTHEATRIC theissu theissu
issu C
THEATRIC TBEATRIOAL TU ETflICItL AU
The Woman in Black is the title of ofa ofa ofa
a new drama written by H Grattan GrattanDonnelly GrattanDonnelly GrattanDonnelly
Donnelly for Mr Jacob Litt the well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known Manager which will be seen seenhere s seenhere en enhere
here at the Grand Opera House com commencing commel1clng coinmencing ¬
mencing Monday January 17 It Is Isdescribee Isde5cribe Isdescribee
describee as Sf a a picturesque and romantic romanticdrama romantldrama romantidrama
drama ol New York life and the author authorclaims authorclaims authorclaims
claims he has tried to present a graphic graphicpicture graphicpicture graphicpicture
picture ot lIe in certain quarters ol otbe otbegreat the thegreat thegreat
great metropolis with natural types of olcharacter ofcharader ofcharactercarefully
character charactercarefully carefully portrayed pori rayed The story storyhas storybas storyhas
has rome political color but this is sub subordinate subordinate subordinate ¬
ordinate to a powerful and romantic love lovelepisode lov lovepisode loveepisode
episode wherein the hero while engaged engagedin
in a political battle with an unscrupulous unscrupulousopponent un5crupulousopponent unscrupulousopponent
opponent falls desperately in love with withthe wltblhe withthe
the latter latters s niece and endeavors to win winher winber winher
her with the same vigor and manly manlyqualities manlyqualities manlyqualities
qualities which be brings into play in inthe Inthe inthe
the political struggle The methods of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the political boss are exposed In a semi semihumorous semihumorous semihumorous
humorous way Honesty Honest and virtue virtuetriumph virtuetriumph virtuetriumph
triumph asol as 01 course they always oil ways do In Inwell Inwell Inwell
well regulated melodrama villains are arefoiled areroUed aretolled
foiled the hero wins his sweetheart sweetheartand Iweetheartand sweetheartand
and there is the usual happy ending endingThe endinrThe endingThe
The two leading figures represent the thegood thegood thegood
good and bad in politics Jhere is also alsoa alsoadistrict
a adistrict district II boss a sort of a female femaleSvengali femaleSlengall femaleSvengali
Svengali whose power is made use of ofby ofby ofby
by the villain of the play to carry out outhis outbls outhis
his designs a London music ball singer singerof sinKerof singerof
of great exuberance and dash 7mp a aNew aNew aNew
New York waif wailand and others of more or orless orless orless
less consequence The scenery was waspainted waspainted waspainted
painted from photographs taken from fromlamlhar fromamlllar fromfamiliar
lamlhar localities in New York One Onescene Onescene
I
scene is spoken of ofas as particularly strong strongand strongand strongand
and animated Fifth Avenue and andBroadway andI andBroadway
I Broadway are shown near the Hoffman HoffmanHouse HuffmanHouse HoffmanHouse
House It Ills Is the night of an important importantelection ImportantelecUon importantelection
election and the scene Is full ull of life and andcolor andi andcolor
i color The crowds are watching the theelection theelection theelection
election returns which are displayed by bymeans bymeans
I means of a stereopticon on a convenient convenientwall convenienti convenientwall
i wall It is a remarkably realistic realisticpicture reaJlsllcpicture realistIcpicture
picture Manager Jacob LILt has equip equipp4 equIpp e4ufppeid
p4 p Th Woman In Black with JUl a
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fine ne outfit ol oillew new scenery sc nery and the com company eompany coinpany ¬
pany is one of the strongest ever everemployed evermployed everemployed
employed in a melodramatic mela amaUc production productionAn roducUol1 roducUol1An
An old favorite returns to the Acad Academy Academy I Iemy
emy next week William Barry who Is Ismaking Ismaking ismaking
making such a pronounced hit in The TheRising TheRising
Rising Generation will afford the thepatrons thepatrons
patrons of this thlstbenter theater one of the great greatest reat reatst reatest ¬
est st treats of oftho the season To those who whohave whobave whohave
have seen Mr Barrys characterization characterizationof
of Martin McShane it is not necessary necessaryto
to state that it surpasses surpa es even the best bestof bestof bestof
of his efforts in days gone one by In this thisplay thisplay thisplay
play he bas sncceeded far beyond oidl oidlnarv oldlnarv oidlnary
narv expectations but a desire to soar soarhigher soarhigher soarhigher
higher in the dramatic firmament leads leadsthe leadsthe leadsth
the th comedian to announce that the theperfomanceofThe tbeperfomanceofTbe theperfomanceofThe
perfomanceofThe Rising Generation Generationto
to be given next week will be the last lastopportunity lastopportulllly lastopportunity
opportunity of witnessing that play In Inthis Intbls inthis
this theater theaterThe theaterTbe theaterThe
The story of The Rising Generation Generationcarries Generationcarries Generationcarries
carries a poor Irishmen from poverty to towealth towealtb towealth
wealth His family the people he has hasto hasto hasto
to do with the various incidents the thebits tbebits thebits
bits of pathos the old style slyl and the new newstyle newstyle newstyle
style of dress and manners to which he hemust hemust hemust
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York during durin the past weeks weeksMiss Miss Julia JuliaArthur JuliaArthuraud JulIaArthuraud
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and it premises to rank among amon the most mostprosperous mostprosperous mostprosperous
prosperous of the season For weeks weeksMiss weeksMiss weeksMiss
Miss Arthur has been playing to the thecapacity thecapacity thecapacity
capacity of Wallacks in New York and andthe andtbe andthe
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impersonation of Clorinda Wildairs Wildairsreached WUdalfSI Wildairsreached
reached a high eminence in the theatri theatrical tbeatrlcal theatrIcal ¬
cal firmament This was a matter of ofpleasing ofpleasing ofpleasing
pleasing import to any interested in the theTreat tbefreat theIreat
Treat misfortune with which the actress actretsmet actreumet actressmet
met at Detroit at the commencement of ofher ofber ofher
her tour when her entire scenic outfit outfitwas outfitwas outfitwas
was destroyed destroyedRemarkable destroyedRemarkable destroyedRemarkable
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the quickness with which the new newproduction newproduction newproduction
production was brought into completion completionWithin completionWithin completionWithin
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the production a duplicate one had al atready already already
ready been commenced and within withinthree wltblnthree withinthree
three weeks scores of o artisans had per performed performed performed ¬
formed what had previously taken twice twicethat twicetbat twicethat
that number ot months in the original originalThe originalThe originalThe
The appearance of Miss Julia Arthur Arthuras
as u star is the consummation of well wellspent we wellspent I Ispent
spent efforts in the interest of the drama dramaand dramaand dramaand
and the welcoming of Miss Arthur who whohas wbohas whohas
has youth beauty magnetism to place placeupon placeupon placeupon
upon the American stage sta e will undoubt undoubtedly undoubtoedly undoubtedly ¬
edly be a pleasure to many Miss MissArthur MissArthur MissArthur
Arthur has always shown high principles principlesin
in her career and hi s devoted herself herselfwith berselfwith herselfwith
with an intensity to her art her ideals idealshave Idealshave Idealshave
have been proven to be high in all the thework tbework thework
work she has ever performed performedA
itA A LaUy of Quality in which Miss MissArthur 1IIssArthur MissArthur
Arthur will appear as Clorinda is a adramatization adramatization adramatization
dramatization of ofthe ofthenovel the novel made by Mrs MrsFrances MrsFrances MrsFrances
Frances Hodgson Burnett herself as assisted asslsted assisted
sisted by Stephen Townsend The play playis playIS
is In five acts and though tbou b in general the thetheme thetbeme thetheme
theme follows closely upon the lines of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the book it is still apart from it here hereand bereand hereand
and there in many instances instancesAs InstancesAs instancesAs
As a novel A Lady of Quality has basattracted hasattracted hasattracted
attracted widespread controversy and andit andIt andit
it has been one of ofthe the most widely read readboo readbooks readbooksof
books booksof boo ksol 01 the year It waplaced wa placed upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the market last March and and its sales so sofar solar sofar
far Lave nearly aggregated one hundred hundredthousand hundredtbouland hundredthousand
thousand copies That attention at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted toward it has been because of orIts orItsuDconvel1tionality its itsuoconventionality itsunconventionality
unconventionality and the daring con conception conceptlon conception
ception of its leading female character characterClorinda character characterClorinda characterClorinda
Clorinda This character has been de declared deelared dedared =
dared one positively new to the realms realmsof realmsof
of fiction and the different dramatic dramaticepisodes dramaticepisodes dramaticepisodes
episodes of the book foreshadowed in inadvance Inadvance inadvance
advance the success it was to meet upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the stage The character of Clorinda Clorindain
in the hands ot Miss Arthur becomes becomesaccording becomesaccordini becomesaccording
according to general criticism criticismone one of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the most powerful creations in modern modernyears modernyears modernyears
years in the drama The forceful meth methods metbods methods ¬
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scenes vivid with coloring and power powerThe powerThe powerThe
The play Is divided intOjfive IDto five acts the thescenic thescenic thescenic
scenic effects allowing of great pictur plcturesqueness picturesqueness picturesqtieneS5
esqueness The first act depicts the hall hallat baJJat hailat
at Wildairs at the time of Clorindas Clohndassixteenth Clorindassixteenth Clorindassixteenth
sixteenth birthday The second depicts depictsthe depictsthe depictsthe
the famous rose garden The third and andfourth andfourth andfourth
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stan stanwoldes wold es town house and tile filth filthact filthact filthact
act is laid in Clormdas retreat in Wild Wildairs Wlldairs Wildairs
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