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F lHE SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON
I WASHINGTON D C CIJAN JAN 29 18g8 18g8j 18g8The 1898I
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I The Germao Aoclatlon or Ion Penn 11 11IYanla
IYanla
one of the oldest associations in inthe in inthe inthe
the country having been founded foundedin
in 1 1764 764 twelve years before the theDeclaration theDeclaration theDeclaration
Declaration of Independence has hassent hasBent has8ent
sent a very sharp protest against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the Lodge Immigration bill to toCongress toConEres toCongress
Congress The association pos possesses possesses possesses ¬
sesses over a thousand members membersand membersand membersand
and has a great political and social socialinfluence socialin socialinhluenie
influence in ueme in Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaHow PennsylvamaHow PennsylvaniaHow
How many Republican Con Congressmen Congressmen Congressmen ¬
gressmen who have voted for that thatKnowNothing tbatKnowNothing thatKnowNothing
KnowNothing bill will Philadel Philadelphia Philadelhiareelect Philadelhia ¬
phia hiareelect hia reelect for the next Con Congress Coneress Congress ¬
gress
Democrats Should Stake No NoMistake NoMi8tk0
Mistake
It is with painful surprise that in inthe inthe inthe
the long list of ofofficers officers for the new newgovernment newEovernment newgovernment
government of the City of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York the name of Anthony Eick Eickhoff Eickhoff Eickhoff
hoff is missed He is one of the thetew thelew the10w
tew Democrats representing our ourelement ourelement ourelement
element of citizens ol an almost almostnational almostnational almostnational
national reputation His services servicesmay servicesmay servicesmay
may be needed in the next State Statecanvas Stateapvas Statecanvas
canvas in New York Eickhoff Eickhoffwas Eickhoffwas Eickhoflwas
was robbed of two years of ofhis his term termas termas termas
as Fire Commissioner by the Re Reform Reform Reform ¬
form humbugs and it would ouId have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been simply simplyjustice justice to give him a ajglace alace alace
jglace lace of equal importance importanceThe importanceJhe importanceThe
The German speaking popula population population population ¬
tion is meagerly represented in the thenew thenew thenew
new government Mistakes should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be avoided in the hour of triumph triumphA triumphPricadiy
a
Ut A Irieadly Cull CullThe OallThe CiiThe
The Administration proclaims proclaimsthe proclaimsthe
the sending of the Maine to Ha Havana Havana 1lavana ¬
vana as a friendly call That Thatcall Thatcall Thatcall
call would not have been made if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the German schoolships fresh from fromPorte fromPorte fromPorte
Porte au Prince had not shown shownhow shownhow shownhow
how to make it itNow itNow itNow
Now the Spanish Government is
not going goin going to be behind in politeness politenessand politenessand politenessand
and will return the call by sending sendinga
a much larger manofwar than the theMaine theMaine theMaine
Maine to our ports portsWe portsWe portsWe
We hope the Administration will willtreat willtreat willtreat
treat the Spanish manofwar with withthe withthe withthe
the same hospitality it does Presi President Presicent President
dent Dole because Spain might be beoffended beo beoflimdcd
offended o Inded if ifher her vessel should not be betreated betreated betreated
treated in a royal style by the thecowardly thecowardly thecowardly
cowardly nation of ofshop shop keepers keepersLodge keepersLodse keepersLodgeIIil
Lodge LodgeIIil Bill Decides the Speaiterslilp Speaiterslilpof SpeaJter Speaiershlpoftbe h Ip Ipot
of oftbe tbe Next House HouseSpeaker ItonanSpeaker lou e eSpeaker
Speaker Reed hesitates to ad advance advance advance
vance the Lodge bill and have it itpassed itpassed itpassed
passed at once He is a very smart smartman smartman smartman
man and reads the WASHINGTON WASHINGTONSENTINEL W WAsuINGT0NSEirrINax ASlIlNGTON ASlIlNGTONSENJINEL
SENTINEL For that reason he heknows heknows heknows
knows that the Lodge bill if adop adopted adopted adopted ¬
ted in the House by a mere Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican vote and a majority of the theDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats will certainly vote voteagainst voteagainst voteagainst
against it itwifl will give the next House Houseto Houseto Houseto
to the Democrats and oust him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from the Speakership But no noDemocrat noDemocrat noDemocratwho
Democrat Democratwho who voted for or lavored favoredthis lavoredthis lavoredthis
this Republican KnowNothing KnowNothingbill
bill will be his successor in the theSpeakers theSpeakers theSpeakers
Speakers chair chairMr chairMr chairMr
Mr Reed is mad at the President Presidentbecause Presidentbe Presidentbee
because be e he has declared that he hewRMphis hehis hewlIehis
wRMphis wlIehis his personal influence to tohave tobave tohave
have the bill passed passedWe passedWe passedWe
We do not doubt that under such suchcircumstances suchcircumstances suchcircumstances
circumstances the Lodge bill if it itdoes itdoes itdoes
does pass will only receive a very verysmall verysmall verysmall
small majority Many of those thoseRepublicans thoseRepublicans thoseRepublicans
Republicans and Democrats who whobav whohave whohay
hay have voted for it will be defeated defeatedat
at the next election We repeat repeatagain repeatagain repeatagain
again no Democrat who has sup supported supDorted supported ¬
ported that bill will be the next nextSpeaker nextSpeaker nextSpeaker
Speaker of the House HouseSafrenti HouseSapimti HouseSapienli
Safrenti sail sat
a
Attention Democrat oftlie of tile House HouseThe HouReThe fl0uNeThe
The Immigration bill is a Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican Know KnowNothing Nothing measure measureemanating measureemanating measureemanating
emanating from a New England EnglandLeague En EnglandLeague land landLeague
League of eleven persons personsLet personsLet personsLet
Let the Republicans pass it in inthe inthe inthe
the House as they did in the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate Follow your Senators and andvote andvote andvote
vote against it and leave all the thecredit thecredit thecredit
credit for or its passage to the theRenub theRenublicans Repub Republicans Renubticans ¬
licans You have no business to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw your votes away for a Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican measure They do not notneed notneed notneed
need your votes for they can and andwill andwill andwill
will pass the bill without your youraid youraid youraid
aid as their majority is large largeenough largeenough largeenough
enough to adopt it itIf itIf itIf
If you act sensibly and stick to tothe tothe tothe
the traditional policy of ofyour your party partythere partythere partythere
there is no doubt that the next nextHouse nextHouse nextHouse
House will be beDemocratic Democratic as but butfew butfew butfew
few ol those who ho will have voted votedfor votecJfor votedfor
for that bill will be reelected reelectedThose reelectedThose reelectedThose
Those of you who vote for torthe forthe forthe
the bill will help the Republicans Republicansand
and greatly weaken the Democrats DemocratsFor DemocratdFor DemocratsFor
For we can assure them that this thisquestion thisquestion thisquestion
question will be in many districts districtsthe districtsthe districtsthe
the main issue in the next cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign paignc
c
Congressman Knoxof Knoxof Knox Knoxof
of Massachusetts will have a hard hardstand hardstand hardstand
stand to come back again againAs againAs againAs
As is well known the North NorthAmerican NorthAmericoan NorthAmerican
American Turnerbund has hun hundreds hundreds bundreds ¬
dreds of ofbranches branches in different cities citiesand citiesand citiesand
and all have signed and sent pro protests protests protests
tests through their members to toCongress toCODiress toCongress
Congress Amongst them is that thatot thatof thatof
of Lawrence Mass That associ association association association ¬
ation forwarded its protest to its itsCongressman itsCongressman itsCongressman
Congressman Mr Knox The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter now has written several in insulting insultio2 innulting ¬
sulting letters to some someof of the sign signers si2ners sigaers ¬
ers charging Ch ari ng them the m with w ith Having Havingsigned vng vngi vngined
signed i ined ncd only by command c rnrnand mand an tj un unJ ¬
> J
t I r 1 1qer
der the influence in uence of two foreign ioreignsteamship foreignsteamship foreignsteamship
steamship companies That has hasqreatlv hasgreatly hastreat1y
greatly incensed the liberal I people peopleof peopleof peopleof
of Lawrence as will be seen from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the following toUowin article which we wetranslate wetranslate wetranslate
translate from the Lawrence An Anseiger Alledge A Azeer
seiger zeer edge and Post Most of the thesigners thesigners thesigners
signers voted heretofore the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican ticket ticketThe ticketThe ticketThe
The right rl ht 01 0 Congressman Knox Knoxsays Knoxsay Knoxsays
says say the Post to his opinion whether whetherit
it Is Is or is not advisable to restrict immi immigration 101011gratlon immgraton ¬
gration nobody will dispute but his hisindirect hislOdlrect hisindirect
indirect insult to the North American AmericanTurnerbund AmericanTurnerbund AmericanTurnerbund
Turnerbund and the GermanAmerican GermanAmericanpress GermanAmerIcanpress GermanAmericanpress
press whom he denies all principle In Incharging Incharglni Incharging
charging them with the most servile servilesubordination servIlesubordination servilesubordination
subordination to the steamship hnes lineswithout hneswltbout hneswithout
without even making an at attempt lo loprove 10prove loprove
prove it deserves censure When Whenyears WheDyears Whenyears
years ago domestic steamship lines linesagencies hopsl hopsla Iinesagencfrs
agencies a enclfs were active to prevent adverse adverselegislation adverselegislation adverselegislation
legislation to their interests they had hadas hadas hadas
as much right rl ht to it as asanyother any other business businessbranch businessbranch businessbranch
branch The petition above cited was washowever washowever washowever
however circulated by men who had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not the slightest sJl htest connection with the thesteamship thesteamship thesteamship
steamship lines and that the North NorthAmerican NorthAmerican NorthAmerican
American Turnerbund should have haveentered haveentered haveentered
entered the services of the latter Mr MrKnox MrKnox MrKnox
Knox can hardly believe himself himselfWe himselfWe himselfWe
We can only advise our Law Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence ¬
rence friends to keep Mr Knox at athome athome athome
home at the next election for his hisbetter hisI hisbetter hisbetter I
better information
The Boston Do ton Immigration Restric Restriction Re8lrtoHon Thatrlolion ¬
Hon League Leagueis Leaueis Leagueis
is very active Its Secretary Pres Prescott Prescott PresScott
cott FHall is in the city and work working working working ¬
ing for the Lodge bill In a letter letterto letterto letterto
to the Washington Post he attacks attacksDr attacksDr attacksDr
Dr Senner because when Immi Immigration Immigration Immiration ¬
gration ration Commissioner in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York he himself favored an edu educational educational educational ¬
cational test He cites from the theDoctors tbeDoctors theDoctors
Doctors last German report against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the bill which as we stated before beforeis beforeis beforeis
is an imprudent production and anddoes anddoes anddoes
does more harm than good and andcharges andcharges andcharges
charges that the GermanAmeri GermanAmericans GermanAmencans ¬
cans are not opposed to the Lodge Lodgebill Lodgebillj Lodgebill
bill billj that many signed those pro protests protests protests
tests without knowing what they theydid theydidj theydid
did didj that the bill is not against the theGermans theGelmane theGermans
Germans and Scandinavians etc etcOur etcOur etcOur
Our answer is The above al allegations allegations allegations ¬
legations of Mr Hall are false and andso andso andso
so many insults to the German GermanAmericans GermanAmericans GermanAmericans
Americans
Even if it does not touch them to tothe tothe tothe
the same extent as other nation nationalities nationalities nationalities ¬
alities they are not stupid enough enoughto
to forget for et that as there is legisla legislation le2islation legislation ¬
tion enough to keep out undesira undesirable undesirable undesirable ¬
ble immigrants the Lodge bill is isunnecessary isunnecessary isunnecessary
unnecessary because it aims at atmore atmore atmore
more It is a revival of old Know KnowNothingism KnowNothin2ism KnowNothingism
Nothingism and will be followed followedbv followedbv followedby
bv other bills of olthat that character It Itis Itis Itis
is a Republican political measure measureand measureandlfsuccesslull1ow measureand
and andlfsuccesslull1ow if successful now will become becomea
a standing issue with that party partyThe partyThe partyThe
The German Americans and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their papers are therefore more moreunited moreunited moreunited
united than ever before The same samecan samecaD samecan
can be said of the Scandinavians Scandinaviansthough Scandinaviansthough Scandinaviansthough
though their Senator Knute Nel Nelson Nelson Nd Ndson
son was paired off in favor of the thebill thebill thebill
bill for which he should be beseverely beeverelv beseverely
severely censured and punished punishedThe punishedThe punishedThe
The Boston League men Nho whoare Nhoare Nhoare
are in close connection with Sena Senators Senators Senators ¬
tors Lodge and Hoar and the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican delegation ot Massachu Massachusetts Masoachusetts Masachusetts ¬
setts should not be the leaders oi oiany 01any ofany
any Democratic Congressmen Congressmenagainst Congressmena Congressmenagainst
against a ainst the preat majority of the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic Senators If they fol follow follow follow ¬
low them there is not much muchDem muchDemocracy muchDemocracy Dem Democracy ¬
ocracy in them and they deserve deserveto
to be regarded and treated as Re Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans
An Adventurous Career CareerThe CareerThe CareerThe
The State Department has been beeninformed beeiinformed een eeninformed
informed through Consul General GeneralGowey GeneralGowey GeneralGowey
Gowey at Kanagawa Japan of the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death at that place 01 the interpre interpreter interpreter interpreter ¬
ter to the consulate a man who whohas whohas whohas
has held the position since sinceHis 1359 1359His 1859His
His name was Joseph Heco and andalthough andalthough andalthough
although a Japanese by birth he hewas hewas hewas
was a naturalized citizen ot the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and had had an ad adventurous adventurous adventurous ¬
venturous career He is credited creditedwith creditedwith
I Iwith
with the publication of the first firstnewspaper firstnewspaper firstnewspaper
newspaper in Japan Heco when whena
a boy in the latter part of the fif fifties fifties hfties ¬
ties while returning in a junk to toYokohama toYokohama toYokohama
Yokohama from a visit to Tokio Tokiowas Tokiowas Tokiowas
was blown away to sea The junk junkdrifted junkdrifted junkdrifted
drifted along across th Pacific for forover forover forover
over fifty days when the Japanese Japanesewere Japanesewere Japanesewere
were taken oft by the bark Auck Auckland Auckland Auckland ¬
land and brought brou ht to San Francisco FranciscoThere FranciscoTher FranciscoThere
There Heco was taken in charge chargeby cbargeby chargeby
by the collector of the port and andwas aadwas andwas
was afterward made the protege protegeof
of a Baltimorean named Sanders Sanderswho Sanderswho Sanderswho
who placed him in school A sub subsequent subsequnt subsequnt ¬
sequnt patron was Senator Gwin Gwinof Gwinof Gwinof
of California Heco was natural naturalized naturalized naturalized
ized in the Baltimore Baltimoredistrict district court courtand courtand courtand
and afterwards became clerk to tothe tothe tothe
the captain of the U S S Feni Fentmore Fenimore Fenimore
more Cooper In 1859 when the theUnited tileUnited theUnited
United States consulate general generalwas generalwas generalwas
was opened at Kanagawa Heco Hecobecame Hecobec Hecobecame
became bec me the first rst interpreter and andheld andheld andheld
held the place to the time of his hisdeath hIsdeath hisdeath
death
d
Reuters Wine Vln Stube StubeWashingtons StnbeWashingtons StubeWashingtons
Washingtons latest and most unique uniqueacquisition unaqueacquIsition uniqueacquisition
acquisition can be found in tht Ih shape of ofan ofan ofan
an Alt Deutsche Stube at Fritz FritzRenters FritzReuters FritzRenters
Renters hotel on 4 454 and Pa are areUndoubtedly aveUndoubtedly ayeUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly this little apartment 15 15by 15by z zby
by 37 feet eet is the finest and most gor gorgeouely Jorgeously gorgeoualy
geouely constructed affair anywhere anywhereMr
Mr Reuter and the gentlemen Itentl men who de designed designed designed ¬
signed this room Messrs G R Polk and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank Sima are to be congratulated in inhaving Inhavmg inhaving
having given Washington and its citi citizens citlzens citizeus ¬
zens a wine stube as the German Germansays Germansays Germansays
says Washington is now on the th same sameparallel sameparaUel sameparallel
parallel with Baltimore Philadelphia Philadelphiaand
and New York YorkMr YorkMr YorkMr
Mr Reuter formally opened to the thecitizens thecitizens thecitizens
citizens of Washington his stube on onThursday onThursday onThursday
Thursday last when he entertained at a abanquet abanquet abanquet
banquet a number of his newspaper newspaperfriends newspaperfriends newspaperfriends
friends friendsWe friendsWe friendsWe
We again congratulate Mr Reuter cuter and andwish aDdwIsh andwish
wish him and his new n w acquisition all allIIU aftsucsu
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Hypocrisy HypocrisyMrs 1I1OCI181Mrs hypocrisyMrs
Mrs MKinley owns in Canton Cantona
a lot which he has rented out to tothe tothe tothe
the Reymann Brewing Brewin Co of ofWheeling ofWheeling ofWheeling
Wheeling West Va The Brew Brewi
i ng Co has on the lot a cold stor storage storage storage ¬
age room and also a saloon on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of which the prohibition prohibitionists ¬
ists have made a great deal o 01 noise noiseNow noiseNow noiseNow
Now it seems that the President is isgoing isgoing isgoing
going to to yield or to unload as the theVoice theVolet theVoice
Voice says as will willappear appear from the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following
CANTON OHIO Jan II 1898 1898The IB9SThe i8987he
The Reytnann Brtjainf Co CoWheeling CoWMllinr CoIVIeeling
Wheeling IV Va VaGENTLEMEN PatGENTLEMENWould VaGiurrLEMirNWould
GENTLEMEN GENTLEMENWould Would like to sell you youthe youthe youthe
the ground on which your cold storage storageis
is located at any reasonable r < asonable price priceWe priceWe priceWe
We cannot an not renew the lease Should Shouldyou Shouldyou Shouldyou
you conclude not to purchase it will willthen willi willthen
i then become necessary lor you to vacate vacateon vacateon vacateon
on or before expiration of the lease leaseYours leaseYours leaseYours
Yours respectfully respectfullyTHOMAS respectfullyTuoMAs respectfullyTnoIAs
THOMAS H ST JOHN JOUN Agent AgentFor Ag AgentForVm nt ntFor
For ForVm Wm McKinley lIcKinle and Ida S McKinley McKinleyThe McRlnleThe McKinleyThe
The Voice Volccthe five prohibition paper paperadds paperadds paperadds
adds addsThe addsThe addsThe
The President of the United States Is Istrying Istryln2 Istrying
trying to unload at least one oi his two twosaloon twosaloon twosaloon
saloon properties On OnJan Jan II his agent agentStJohnmailed altentStJohn agentStJohnmailed
StJohn StJohnmailed mailed to the Reymann Brewing BrewingCompany BrewingCompanv BrewingCompany
Company the letter given above The Theabove Theabove Theabove
above relers to the saloon at ISo South SouthMarket SouthMarket SouthMarket
Market street Canton and has no rela relation relatlon relaLion ¬
Lion to the Opera House saloon at 18 18East 18East i8East
East Eighth street in which whicbthe the McKln McKlnleys McKlnleys tcKhlleys
leys and their close relatives own a amajority amajority amajority
majority of the stock stockDuring stockDuring stockDuring
During the Presidential campaign of ofJ8g6 ofi8g6
1896 the Voices s exposure of ofMcKlnlevs ofMcKlnlevssaloon McKinleys McKinleyssaloon McKinleyssaloon
saloon ownership created a tremendous tremendoussensation tremendoussensation tremendoussensation
sensation Leading Methodist clergy clergymen cler2Vmen clergymen ¬
men and Methodist papers as well flew flewto flewto ew ewto
to McKinleys rescue At first they theydenied theydenied theydenied
denied that McKln McKinley ley had anything to todo todo todo
do with the property Then they theyclaimed theydalmed theyclaimed
claimed that it came into McKinleys McKinleyspossession McKinleyspossession McKinleyspossession
possession tied up with a 30 year lease leaseFollowing lea leaseFollowing e eFollowmg
Following this so many kinds ol lease leasestories leasestorIes leasestories
stories were sent out to the McKinley McKinleynewspaoers McKlnlevI McKlnlevnewspaoers McKinleynewspaoerS I
newspaoers that the various Christian ChristianAdvocates ChrisHanAdvocates ChrislianAdvocates
Advocates got all mixed up in their theirstories theirstories theirstories
stories Accordingly Accordinl Dr C W Smith Smitheditor Smitheditor Smitheditor
editor of ofthe the Plttsburg Christian Advo Advocate Advocale Advocac ¬
cate cac went to Canton to straighten the thematter thematter thematter
matter out Dr Smith announced that thatin thatIn thatin
in November i8S6 James A Saxton Saxtonthen Saxtonthen SaxtonIhen
then Governor Gov rnor the lather of Mrs Mc McKinley McKinley McKinley ¬
Kinley leased to the Reymann Brewing BrewingCompany Drewin DrewinCoopan BrewingCompan
Company of ofWheelingW Wheeling W Va a small smallvacant smallvacant smallvacant
vacant lot in Canton lor a term of years
from J Jground Jan t 1 1557 7 to Oct I IB9zthe IB9ztheground 1S92theground
ground rent being 75 a year The Therecords Therecords Therecords
records of the county treasurer treasurershow treasurershow treasurershow
show that it was promptly opened openedas
as n saloon and has been run runnine runnln2 running
nine as such ever since By Bythe Bythe Bythe
the death of lames J dmes Saxton the property propertybecame proDertybecame propertybecame
became Mrs MrsMcKlnley McKinleys in fee feesimple simple in
1887 tho she had an interest in it as an anheir anheir anheir
heir belore that time According to Dr DrSmith DrSmIth DrSmith
Smith After the expiration of the theSnxton theSaxton theSexton
Sexton lease 1892 892 Gov McKinleys McKinleysagent McKinleysagentlIr McKinleysagentMr
agent agentlIr Mr St Stjohndrew John Jobndrew drew un una a new lease leasefor leasefor leasefoi
for two years from Jan r 1893 to Jan JanI
1 11895 1895 with the privilege of three years yearsmore yearsmore yearsmore
more moreAltho moreAltho moreAItho
Altho the saloon was on the same samestreet samestreet samestreet
street with Mr McKinleys home and andonly andonly andonly
only a lew blocks away and Mr Mc McKinley McKinley McKinky ¬
Kinley had been receiving the rent for forthree forthree forthree
three years Dr Smith claims that he hedid hedid hedid
did not know It was a saloon and thus thusunwillingly thusunwiltin2ly thusunwittingly
unwillingly signed the lease Mr Smith Smithadded Smithadded Smithadded
added The property is by his hisunwitting blsunwittin hisunwitting
unwitting unwittin act put beyond his control controluntil controluntil controluntil
until the lease expires Jan i 1898 1898Jan 18911Jan z898Jan
Jan i 1I8gB 1898 has passed by but accord according accordIng accordlug ¬
ing to the letter of McKinleys agent to tothe tothe tothe
the Brewing Company LEan fan n the lease leasehas leasehas leasehas
has not yet expired expiredProbably expIredProbably expiredProbably
Probably Mr McKinley expects expectsa
a big price lor his lot from the thebrewery tbebrewery thebrewery
brewery The Voice concludes its itsarticle itsarticle itsarticle
article
The whole case seems seem to rest oi oiwhethet on onwhethel onwhethet
whethet or not McKinley can persuade persuadithe persuadethe
the brewery breweryto to lake takethelot the lot offhls hands handsII
II he can the saloon will stay If Ilnot Ilnotthe not notthe notthe
the order is to vacate
TIIEATflLOAL TIIEATflLOALAt rIlEAT rOAL rOALAt
At the beginning of the present cen century century century
tury there existed within the confines oi oiwhat 01what ofwhat
what is now the German Empire a great greatnumoer sreatnumDer greatnumner
numoer of ofverytinyprlncipallties very tiny tin principalities grand grandduchies graadduchies grandduchies
duchies etc It t is in one ol these infin infinitesimal inhoitesimal inhnItesimal ¬
itesimal principalities that the action of ofOtis ofOtis ofOtis
Otis Skinners new play Prince Ru Rudolph Rudolph Rudoiph ¬
dolph which he will present presentat at the New NewNational NewNational NewNational
National Theatre is laid The story ol olthe 01the olthe
the play is founded upon the theme of ofone ofone ofone
one of Robert Louis Stevensons earlier earliernovels earliernovels earliernovels
novels Rudolph Wilhelm WllhelmPrlnce Prince of ofKronfeld ofKronfeld ofKronfeld
Kronfeld has prior to the opening of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the play been married to Edora the thedaughter thedaunhter thedaujibter
daughter of a neighboring Grand Duke Dukeand Dukeand Dukeand
and after the bonds were securely securelyfastened securelyfastened securelyfastened
fastened both bothpartles parties discover that the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage is irksome The Prince has hasappointed hasIppoiuted hasppoiited
appointed his hi wife regent vith lth full fullpowers fullPQwers fullpowers
powers and UJ himself seldom seen at atcourt atcourt atcourt
court Things have drilled on until the thegood tbegood thegood
good name of the Princess becomes becomesseriously becomesseriously becomesseriously
seriously involved with that of her herPrime herPrime heiPrime
Prime Minister This the Prince learns learnsearly learnsearly learnsearly
early in the action ol the play There Therehas Therehas Therehas
has been a chance meeting between betweenhusband betweenhusband betweenhusband
husband and wife away from the en environment environment environment ¬
vironment of the court and he has found foundher foundher foundher
her charming charmln 1 and he also learns of tbe tbedouble tbedouble thedouble
double dealing of his Prime Minister and andthat andthat andthat
that both the Princess and himself are arenot arenot arenot
not unpopular with their subjects Upon Uponhis Uponhis Uponhis
his returh to the palace Rudolph for forthe forthe forthe
the first time In the history of his reign reignpresides reignpresides reignpresides
presides at a meeting meetin ol the council councilthuarting counclJth councilthartlng
thuarting th arting a scheme of the Prime Minis Minisler MIDister Minister
ter to get control of a large sum of ofmoney 01money ofmoney
money which he ne intends to use secretli secretlifor secrethfor secretRfor
for revolutionary purposes and dis ¬
closes the perfidy of the Prime Minister Ministerto
to the Princess Edora angered at his hisinterference hisInterferenceand hisinterferenceand
interference Interferenceand and the knowledge is also alsobrought alsobrouitbt alsobrought
brought to her that the Prince intends intendsrevoking Intendsrevoklnr Intendsrevoking
revoking her powers as regent regentat at the theinstigation theinstiraUon theinstigation
instigation of the Prime Minister signs signsa
a warrant for or the arrest of ofher her husband husbandThe husbandTile husbandThe
The warrant is executed Rudolph and andhis andhis andhis
his cousin are taken prisoners and are areconveyed areconveyed areconveyed
conveyed to the fortress prison of the
principality Meanwhile the revolution revolutionhas revolulionhas revolutionhas
has becomea fact the Princess is isdnvel1 isdnvel1from driven drivenfrom drivenrain
from rain the palace but realizing the wrong wrongshe wronltI wrongshe
she has done she has signed an order orderfor orderfor orderor
I
for or her husbands release which is de delivered dehvered delivered ¬
livered almost upon his arrival at atDrachenstela atDrachenstelll atDrachensteln
Drachenstela Castle It is there she shegoes shegoes shegoes
goes to seek the Prince but reed tbe tbePrince tbePrince thePrince
Prince has hasgQne gone toseek to seek her herat at the palace palaceThey palaceTbey palaceThey
They finally meet at the farm house housewhich housewhicllis housewhich
which whicllis Is the thelocale locale of the first and there thereeverything thereeverything thereeverything
everything ii forglyen lor both husband husbandand husbandand husbandand
and wife have discovered that they are arein areIn areIn
in love with each other otherand and in gaining gainingtbe KalninStbe gainingthe
tbe affection of his wife Rudolph has hasalso basalso hasalso
also won back his kingdom for the therevolutionists tbe tberVolutlonlst thercvolutlonlst
revolutionists are successful but as hi his
4 4wifcfalls
wife wifcfalls falls tainting into his arms news newscomes newscomes newscomes
comes ol their deieat Mr Skinner Skinnerplaces Skinnerplaces Skinnerplaces
places Prince Rudolph upon the stag stagas stage stageas stagas
as handsomely as possible this belnjespecially being beln belnespectaUy beingespecially
especially true as regards the costumes costumesof
of the play His company is a most mostexcellent mostexcellent mostexcellent
excellent one being headed by Maud MaudDurbin MaudDurbin MaudDurbin
Durbin and Frederick Mosley Mr MrSkinners MrSkinners MrSkinners
Skinners presentation ol Prince PrinceRudolph PrinceRudolph PrinceRudolph
Rudolph will be beanlmpotant an Important dramatic dramaticevent dramaticevent dramaticevent
event of oIthe the coming week weekManagers weekManagers weekManagers
Managers Kernan and Rife announce announcefor announcefor announcefor
for the week commencing commencln Monday Mondayevening Mandayevening MondayeveningJanuary
evening eveningJanuary January Si at the t1 Grand Opera OperaHouse OperaHousc OperaHouse
House Hydes Comedians and Helene HeleneMora HeUneMora HeleneMorn
Mora supported by the strongest com company compatly cornpany ¬
pany ever everorganized organized including such well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known people as McIntyre and Heath Heathas He th thas
as the Georgia Minstrels Williams Williamsand WI1IIamsand Williamsand
and Walker the real Colored comedians comediansassisted comediansassisted comediansassisted
assisted by a corps of cake walkers walkersCharles wa walkezCharles Ikers IkersCharles
Charles R Sweet the piano tramp trampThome trampThorne tramprhorne
Thome and Carlton comedy sketch sketchartists sketchartist sketchartista
artists the Great Lafayette fantasist fantasistand fantasistand fantasistand
and mimic Canfield and < lnd Carlton In hit Ida hitslngln2 Idasinging a asinging
singing and comedy sketch and the theRandtilles theR theRndsilles
Randtilles R nd11J1es experts in contortion and ac acrobatic acrobatlc acrobatlc ¬
robatlc feats Helene Mora will appear appearas app nr nras
as usual presenting a number of liking likingsongs tlklriKsongs takingsongs
songs which she he is now illustrating with withscenic withscenic withsceniceffects
scenic sceniceffects effects Miss fwlls Moraisan Mora isan immense immensefavorite Immense Immensefavorite immensefavorite
favorite in Washington and has many manystaunch manystaunch manystaunch
staunch admirers here who are pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pleasedwith
with the opportunity of ofseelng seeing her at atthe atthe atthe
the Grand Opera House There are arefew arefew re refew
few singers on the stage today toda as pop popular popular popular ¬
ular as Helene Mora She Is a favorite favoritefrom favorilfrom favoritfrom
from the last row in the theallery gallery to the thefirst Ihefirst thefirst
first row In the pit This should be a agala alala agala
gala week at the Grand and the calcu calculations calculations calculathons ¬
lations point to tosuch such Matinees will be begiven be2lven begiven
given on Wednesday and Saturday as asusual asusual asusual
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Shannon of the theSixth Sixth Mr Edward EdwardEKidders EdwardE Edwar EdwarK >
EKidders E K Kidders latest contribution to the thedramatic thedramatic thedramatic
dramatic world will be the ofleriog at atthe atthe atthe
the Academy next week weekShannon weekShannon weekShannon
Shannon ol the Sixth is a very verystriking verystrikln2 verystriking
striking picture ot the Indian In lian mutiny of 0
1857 Every scene is laid in the home homeof homeof borneofsuperstrtlon
of superstition and occultism far away awayIndia awayIndia awayIndia
India The story Is one of love JoveaD and andadventure aridadventure l ladventure
adventure and is I at once interesting interestingand InterestlD2and Interestingand
and thrilling From a scenic point of ofview ofVIIW ofview
view it Itlssaid is said to be a marvel ol Oriental Orientalsplendor Orientalsplendor Orientalsplendor
splendor and magnificence presenting presentingaccurately presentlD2accurately presentingaccurately
accurately many stage pictures of ofnatures ofnatures ofnatures
natures tropical loveliness and gran grandeur grandeur ran randeur ¬
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The name ot Shannon of the Sixth Sixthis Sixthis Sixthis
is derived from the hero and central centralfigure centralfiJure centralfigure
figure of Mr Kidders story Lieutenant LieutenantLawrence LieutenantLavrence LieutenantLawrence
Lawrence Shannon 01 the Carblniersof Carblniersofher
her majestys maj litys service who with with his hisregiment hisreziment hisreirnent
regiment is stationed In Delhi during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the turbulent times of that period The Theentire Theentire Theentire
entire play is wound about Shannon and andhis andhis andhis
his eflorts to clear himself of a fdlse falseaccusation fdlseaccusation fdlseaccusation
accusation of oftheft theft and murder which whichof whichof whichofcourse
of ofcourse course as in all well regulated dram dramatizations dramatizations dramatizations
atizations he does and wins the girl of olhis ofhis ofhis
his choice for or love knows no hmitsand hmitsandflourished hmitsandflourlsbed Iimitsandflourished
flourished even IP ii India during the time timereferred timerCfened timereferred
referred to Mr Kidder Kldd r has also alsointro alsointroduced alsoIntroduced intro introduced ¬
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are novelties in play wilting wl tms and they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should prove interesting interestingThe InterealntThe interestingThe
The company supporting Mr Power Poweris
is one of ofunusual unusual excellence excelhenceand and much muchstronger mucbstrollger muchstronger
stronger than last season when naught naughtbut naughtbut naughtbut
but words of praise were weresaid said of offt offtTUE it itTHE itTim
THE Tim NEW ENGLAND COTTON STRIKE STRIKENearly STRIKKNearly STRIKENearly
Nearly 100000 cotton workers in New NewEngland NewEniland NewEngland
England are fighting a reduction in inwages Inwages
wages and an oppressive system of offine offineAt fined finedAt flne flneAt
At New Bedford 15000 f them are out outon outon outon
on a strike The workers insist that thatunder thatunder thatunder
under the old schedule sch dule of ofwaJles wages they theywere tbeywere theywere
were only able to live in the barest barestscantiest barestscantiest barestscantiest
scantiest manner and that to accept the thenew thenew thenew
new which involves a reduction of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about ten per cent means absolute absolutestarvation absolutestarvation absolutestarvation
starvation The companies on the theother theother theother
other hand insist that over production productionSouthern productionSouthern productionSouthern
Southern competition and lack of de demand 1emandfor dcmand ¬
mand mandfor for goods make it impossible lor lorthem lorthem forthem
them to continue the old scale scaleThe scaleThe scaleThe
The strike coming as it does at A time timeof timeof timeof
of supposed business revival has at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted much attention President Mc McKinley McKinley McKIntey ¬
Kinley is reported by bya a New York paper paperto paperto paperto
to have said in an interview on last lastSaturday lastSaturday lastSaturday
Saturday that a remedy was to tl be found loundin
in the enactment ol a law restricting rfstrlctinKImmigration restrictingiminizrat
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Seven of ofthe the eight mills involved in inthe Inthe Iathe
the strike paid last year dividends on ontheir ontheir otttheir
their stock amounting to 483500 Ex Excluding Exc1udlng Excludlug ¬
cluding one ol the mills the ayerage averagerate ayeragerate ayeragerate
rate of dividends was mine mlneond and two twothirds twothirds twothirds
thirds per cent Numerous officers officersconnected officersconnected oflicersconnected
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per annum No stock ol any of f the mill millcompanies mlJlcompanies millcompanies
companies Is for sale but some of oftha ofthasales tha thasales th thsales
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should be presented first The problem problemwas problemwas problemwas
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