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THE DELUGE.
Johnstown Flood Building, Coney island, N. Y.
' The H. A. Brad well representation of "The
Delude," as it is called. Is acknowledged by those
irho have seen it to be a more than worthy suc
cessor of the "Johnstown Flood," which last
year occupied the same building at Coney Isl
and. In fact, it is a much more* elaborate pro
duction. introducing a series of scenic and elec
trical effects of a - highly spectacular descrip
tion.
In general outline "The Deluge"— is to
«ay. the theme or story — some resemblance
to the morality plays of the middle ages, and Is
evidently designed to teach the strongest kind
of a lesson on the subject of the penalties suf
fered by evildoers. No doubt some visitors will
be attracted to it by the desire to impress the
minds of their offspring or their pupils in the
right direction, while those who go merely for
the sake of experiencing a novel sensation, to
see a new sight, will make up the great ma
jority, for so an average Coney Island crowd is
constituted. Both classes will admit that the
time spent in witnessing "The Deluge" has been
Interestingly employed.
There are five scenes.
SCENE l.
The rising at the curtain reveals ■ picturesque
la.ndscr.pr. Noah is building the ark. As the
pun sets and the day departs Noah and his
family gather together. What may be termed a
sacred concert then takes place, in which these
biblical personapes . m the singers, for "The
Delupe" is not only designed to impress the eye,
but tlie musical ear also.
SCEXE 2.
The second of the Feries displays a palace in
the City of On. in the valley of the Euphrates.
In the foreground are grouped the roystering
ruler and his companions. They mock at Noah
ar.d his warnings, and continue their saturnalia.
Noah's final warning being disregarded, the
df-!uc<- begins.
THE DELUGE.
This is the "piece de resistance" of the whole
representation, and shows how the destruction
cf the world is accomplished. The waters de
scend in floods; they roar and rage, the entire
valley is inundated, overwhelming the city and
its' inhabitants in one common fate, while the
ark of Noah is seen in the distance tossing upon
the waves.
SCENE 3.
Water, water, everywhere. The lightning
plays end the thunder rolls, but after a while
peace comes upon the scene. The waters sub-
Fide, and Mount Ararat is exposed to view, with
trie ark resting: upon the peak. Then is pictured
a beautifully realistic scene of the animals pass-
Ing out of the ark. Noah and his family give
thanks for their safety.
SCENES 4 AND 5.
The story of Noah Is brought to a climax by
a series of tableaux typifying that ancient navi
gator's prophetic glimpse into the future of the
race of which he is now the founder, all of the
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ADVERTISEMENTS and •ut«crlntirni for
n Th» T******. »«*I"«<1 at their t'ptomn
O»!k'». So JIM !'.r-«d»u>. >«;>r>.rj >ih
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SO Wf»i ir.ili .x . !»3» . 1 ait.. be.u«-n
'Oth ond .;t:i *t» : li-l-t; 34 fck «_ r# . ar • i»(
«t. ; ITUi 1« a\« . near t-V.h ♦•..; is; «-: m i
species, excepting his own family, havi/ig per
ished, the ultimate upraising of humanity, and
universal peace. Some beautiful seenle effects
are introduced. An elaborate choral perform
ance accompanies these changes of scene, the
costumes, lights, electrical and mechanical ef
fects being remarkably impressive and worthy
of the attention, not only of the young, but of
children of larger growth.
But a faint outline is here indicated of the
wonderful things that may he s^en and heard
by these who witness "The Deluge." It Is dif
ficult to describe in words a ploiure. It is still
more difficult to describe a scries of pictures,
both stationary and moving, in a manner that
will do even approximate Justice to the subject.
To Judg«- by results, those who have presented
"The Deluge" to public view have very shrewdly
trauged the taste of the visitor to Coney Island,
for it is said that ever since the first perform
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For Ija. Guayra, Puerto Cabello Cur»
cao and Mararalbo. via Oi»™« »I^"
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I I Philadelphia' Pat »._ &
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to O.llfmnii* .r tn-ialrr, Oui- t..rtLl.i
• PccU-t «'.t»M»" fr»» . jl HAi-L.i)7\'
ance the Interest in the show has increased
and become more widespread, those who formed
part of the audience on the opening day telling
their friends and acquaintances about the re
markable production.
The management of "The Deluge" are making
a strong bid for the patronage of women and
children, and anything that could offend either
has been their aim to carefully eliminate. This
seems to be a very wise move on their part, for
THE ANGEL GABRIEL,
The Heavenly Trumpeter.
now that Coney Island is regenerated and re
juvenated — or nearly so — it is the women and the
children who flock to the entertainments and
spectacles that deserve their presence. And it
is generally conceded, with no dissentient voice
having so far m;ide itself heard, that the pater
familias who takes his wife and little ones to
witness "The Deluge" gives them an immediate
pleasure and something to remember through
life.
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Ugiy Frowns, Age •
Wrinkles, or Deep Lines
Will Ruin Any Face,
The most charming face
In the world .an be ut
terly ruin* i bj excessive
furrows r.r deep llm ■ [ta
ruination progresses from
mere urmtractivenfcs to
actual repulitveness, step
by step, many tlrm-s en
tirely unni>M-rved by tl •
I'ojEcssor. In the Illustra
tions th<* same fa^e is Used
anil the LINKS ONLY
make the difference. Look
c]i.s.--l>- and you will realize
the tart:
UGLY FROWN,
the most common di.«fig
urom*nt of all. The causa
is attribute I to Ul-nature,
Pinching eyeglasses,
a*ro u•■ h y tetntM rameut
i"orcs.s{)au-h">. or peevish,
irritable temper. A frown
can be permanent]] re
moved in Ik to 30 minutes
■without Inconvenience or
trace.
"CROWSFEET,"
caused from aRe. squint
ing, many by-gone years
of "Bl ••! times." cunning
calculating or scheming
mentality, and sometinv?3
from disease, dissipation cr
worry. "l"rowsfeet" can
be removed in 2O to 40
minutes. Ban?, bloated
or puffy eyelids can also be
removed and hollow eye
circles obliterated.
KOUTH-TO-NGSS
FURROWS,
are caused by a general J
sagging of the cheeks, and I
face, suiting in exceiblta
flabby skin about the chin
an.l neck, go repulsive to
many. These disfigurements
result also from disease,
dissipation, habit, or the
watting away of fatty
cushions underlying the.
skin.
All Hollows and Furrows
can be. permanently filled
I'.Tfcil-l.'
TrmMmitc
a«» WrinklM
, lllh , . out witnin one liour'a time
PiirrV.'.'. ■""" without detention from
furrows „,.,., v ob , tgatlon or duty.
You are welcome to a valuable Instruction
book on the face ami features, free. No
charge for consultation. »*&U or write.
Keep up "Appearances" and i- appre
ciated all through life; the "sooner the
better."
Hours 8 to 8 dally : 9 to 4 Sun.lays.
DR. !P!MT IKTinrmiTES
Sole owners of the "Immediate Process,"
1122 Broadway, New York.
214 State St., Chicago.
106 Grand Ay., Milwaukee, Wis.
432 Weed St., Pittstmrg, Pa.
\YOKK WANTKD.
Mala
CHAUFFEUR. CoIored; on White Steam
er; licensed; mak« own repairs; experi
enced; wages $17; city or country. COOKE
238 West Cist St.
CHAUFFEUR. 25. married, wishea steady
place in garage: understands repalrn of
car». JOHN F. OWJNGS. 2028 Madison
aye.
rHAUFFETTR. with private family; r »f-
II— MM. A ni.AKE, 10 Purk aye.
Jamaica. Long Island.
DENTAL LABORATORY.— By younx man;
has had two years' axparleo -*•. Aii'.reaa
A. R-, 4.*.8 Myrtle »v«, Brooklyn.
EUROPEAN" ESCORT.— A young; gentleman
or lady may accompany a rrflned couple
abroad for a trip of ten we«-ka to Paris at.d
other cities and for a genulre lutins in
Hwltzeriur.!: advantages of isolne with ex
perienced tra\elleri. able llniculsts (husband
a prominent Instructor); minimum expense,
pleasant association chief object: references
exchanged. ABROAD. Box 30. Tribune Of
fice.
FLORIST— Young Da . just arrived
steady poalttcn; practical eiperenee- ex
c»l!*nt i«t""i fa. Apply by letter to A C
Jfllt We*'. *f.'~h St.
ffi'i}t«'Ef:.!. first rla«a license, hlchaat
rtfererce. Btrlcily »ob-r. fai op n for po»l-
V.o.i; chief or operatlns en^lne^r; comnrtent
el! braaebasi refrigeration; < ..rltaa hlrh
»peM el^trlcal UBil»: exprrlencM; hot««
manufactor.es: would accept pe«!tlon aa su
perintendent cf ananm<.-nt»; rco4»rata sal
ar> A<Jdre»* ENERGETIC, care cf Jardon
829 TVest 44th at
MIULiWJUOHT -H*lp«r or oll»r; young
married; •trictly aobrr; exp«r!«nr«d; rmr
rn*nent: oily or country. C <;<)•. 100
East in «t.
MTPICIAN • - In. h"fl <-r »i'rr!mfr rr»nrt;
can furnlah ;i» uvir.v ir.«-;i ..^ Msnict:'
WILUAM lc'Zvi:, -^1 u:ecckw »v, Uxouli
tea.
WOKK WANTED.
Male.
ACCOUNTANT desires evening work;
audits, Investigations, statements, trial
balances, bookkeeping, etc.: cms moder
ate; references. ACCOUNTANT 1* Wav
erley Place.
AMERICAN man and wife for farm and
housework, Addles! S'UIONG, SuUEtt
AM- .-Tf.AI.V. Box A 'tribune Ofhce.
ARCHITECT and builder's superintendent;
als.> estimator; familiar with general
construction. O. C. METER. 2l> atu> vesant
AD. WRITER or DESIGNER.— n~ Powell
graduate; reference. G«ors« H. Powell.
New Yo:k. Personal address. A. C. WADE,
Sudler&vtne, Md.
COOtiKEEPKn.— Double entry. twenty
veavs' nprrience. wants position of
! rust . as bookkeeper or treasurer, or both.
l '- N- 8.. 7t>tJ Quir.cy St.. Brooklyn.
BOOKKEEPER.— Good penman; best refer
ences: accurate In tigures; intelligent;
wishes to occupy his evenings win: any kind
of work. L. C.. 2S East 22d at.
U'»Y. ij, graduate of pebtic school. In of
fice. HENJ. CORAK. 340 East 3d st.
BO\. 14. English, in gentleman's family;
just left school; not Wen out before;
bright. clean, kindhearted and willing- can
be well recommended. Call or write C.
MOORE, l'.H Broadway. Brooklyn.
(T<EI{K. Shipping — Tcung man tw-> years'
experiencf; arst claas reference. ' AN
THONY. 21U West 4M st.
COUPLE, wants responsible position to
hotel, cafe, restaurant or other place
country preferred: no children- good ref
erences; <:ash security furnished. Address
I. M.. IS! Oth aye.
CHEMIST and as»ayer desires continuous
employment: colloge man. with 3 years'
practice; special line is lithographic colors
also paints and oils; Al references- good
analist. Address .1. G. FAIRCHILD 130
Rodney st.. Brooklyn.
COMPANIONSHIP ay trained nurse;
either at Ills own horn* or travelling
Address T. J. PRUNIER. Lake Placid!
OrTICI CI-EKK. -'1. 3 years' experienoo
kr.iwledge of typ.writlnir: willing to
»tart moderate salary Address Bex 3. tiOtt
Ev<TKreert ay . f!r.->ok!yn.
PORTER. Young man. colored; light por
ter work In ? tore; sober, energetic worker
first class references. JETTER. 63 Jordan
aye.. Jersey City.
PORTER. *c -TeMg mtOMd mon In i-oun
try as porter, ha'lman or l4>llman r»"f*r
ence. A.! irrss .TIMES A. HfBEIiT 43H4
Wavcrley aye , Brooklyn "
J'AINTKR Paperhanger. gralner; palms
rooms, 11; papers. $2. plastering wheao.
J BENNETT, 810 East 12th st. -"•"«>•
RO«THEBTER tailor of 14 years* expert.
or., wishes position as foreman of a coat
factory Address WILLIAM MILLER care
if Cienerel Delivery, Rochester N. y. '
SECRETARY.— Younjr man: good penman:
college education; as secretary or com
panion to gentleman: also tutor to boys.
I*2F£ , ARNBiT Tribune Uptown Office."
1304 Broadway.
STENOGRAPHEn. TYPEWRITER and
GENKRAL OFKICE WORKKR ~Knowl-
of bookkeeptns: three years' ex-^erl-
TUTOR- Ya !o -OH; «xp#rl*n<.» I|n cmriM
for boy an.i In t ell1 "* Preparatory .iK
•nc«. »O Yal« Station. Now H.ven.JoL
floor*. «ll hard wood, In general Tit V rr
country. Ttl. 61(>-3Sth »t. 'Talf wV £■& £?
YOl-Nfl MAN. 1«. In office; has two years'
experience- and some knowl«dg*. of tr*Z
wrltln;. I^TIS ISHAEU 122 nrc^me^t
YOING MAN. 25. at light work salary
about $10 a week: gnoa rrfe-enr-V
GEORGE KRET. 120 Jeffen^n st . hroc":
lyn.
YOUNG MAN -At anything; age 24; first
F:i?*"«., r r f -?" PP * t - JOHN "ANNIX. 233
lOUNO MAN. -JT. > w > «||||||,,| - '
Prmal*.
ATTKNDANT an.t TRAINED NURSE.—
. Oraduata will taie .nilr. charge or ne
1"': «^ton| refere n^ rK a n< t f ,e"t^
monlals as to aticces* in treatln? mental
iiureau. 003 3th a\e., corner 42d- at.
A .' '^y, . f "•""'■'» m would Ilka poaltion
<: *.. 1^ VIOJ ;~ Mlllaif> •«•* "*«5 woman;
pi«W : r,x k " KnslUh - i^CqwSS
Tr.Uun* Lptowo O£Uc«. 130* Orsadwayt *
DOMESTIC 81TIATIONS WANTED.
MaW
ATTENDANT, companion, to an Invalid,
experienced, educated, gentlemanly; ac
customed to travel; New York references.
GRAHAM. «0 Lexington aye.
BTTL.ER.— Lady derlres to place her com
petent butler. Can be seer, a: present
employer's. 40 East ;<6t.h St.
BLTUER. — class Swede; high:-, re-
ommeoded by all previous employers.
Write BCTL£R. 532 3d aye.. advertisement
office.
COURIER. — Swedish undergraduated gen
tleman: as courier. Call or write Ri>R
WAL.IJI s 217 East 51st at.
CARETAKER.— CoIored, -with first class
reference: for the summer or longer. Ad
dress 523 sth aye.. Janitor.
COACHMAN. — |i* years family reference;
pleasure In caring fine horses and car
riages; reliable competent, trustworthy.
DAVID NAS3ON. 328 Flatbush ay.. B'klyn.
COACHMAN. — Country preferred: single;
good habits: disengaged, family going
abroad; thoroughly competent: highest rec
ommendations; economical manager; oblig
ing, industrious, willing: any capacity.
TRUSTWORTHY. Tribun* Uptown Office.
iat!4 Broadway.
COACHMAN.— EIderIy man: * lV>l "* appear
ance; single; practical, experienced horse
man; skilful driver; city or country; coun
try preferred; total abstainer; first class
r<ccmmendatlons for competency, sobriety
and ability. Aidross M K. Trtbiine Up
town Office. 1364 Broadway.
COACHMAN. By first class man. married:
beat of referenced regarding honesty so
briety, capability. M. J. X 24* E. sT)th st.
COACHMAN.— Married, no children; under
stands his business; can be generally use
ful: several years' personal reference: em
ployer can be seen; country preferred.
OWENS. 20«! West 76th st tprlva'e stable.
COACHMAN.— Single thoroughly under
stands his business; first class personal
references; last employer can be Been.
GILMORE. 157 West 62d st.
COACHMAN— Slrujle: thoroughly under
stands his work: neat appearance; pains
taking, sober, reliable; good wider; careful
driver: had charge gentleman's country
stable; personal, written references. T. I>.
Tribune Uptown Office. 1384 Broadway.
GARDENER. — Experienced mar Tied man 6
years' reference. CHAS. FEE. SOS Knick
erbocker aye.. Brooklyn.
GARDENER. — German; single; ; private;
full charge or assistant; permanent only.
J. PFEILER. care Mrs. Par.. 207 East
37th st.
GARDENER. FARMER— < >rrr.an. 40. mar
ried. ] children, 12 and 13 years old; life
experience; highest references; no objection
to boar>> help; open for engagement CO«
V. O. Pox .->. Little Stiver. N. J.
Hot .•T.KANIN"; by day. tl 75. coto-evl
man; winiows. silver, floors, paint and
packing; experienced, s^ber. quirk worker.
References. Letter any time. HOPSON 252
West 4Tth st.
JAPANESE as butler or valet In a refined
family; J*O up YOKOAMA. 123 East
22d st.
JANITOR. — By respectable couple; 3 years'
reference, from last place; tenement houa«
preferred. LENNON. 172 Kast 92J II
NURSE. ATTENDANT— To Invalid gentle
man, mental or physic:!!. shaves, mas
lias*, vaUn: experienced cat!i«tertxer': long
pcrlenc*; present employer can b« ie«:u.
NUKSE. Box 114. 6i7 Hth aye.
VALET. — Attendant to invalid: experi
«lied. educated, gtntlemanly; - accus
tcmed to travel X«w Yorlc references.
GRAHAM. «ft Lexlnstgn aye.
WAITER. — Young; man: Japane**; iralter
and houwworker; small family; city or
c<~untr> ; hest references, »iu,s $2i> «B.
FRY II. 1»»T Cherry st. "• . •« uy
Vtoulft
CARETAKER.— Mothar and daurhter
wish care of prtvato house during tho
aumrr.er months. HANNAN 1121 ay«
near G'JtTV at.
CARETAKER.— I would like to plan a re
liable, trustworthy woman aa care. . of
private house for summer; small remunera
tion necessary. Mia. liAMEE. SO West
92*3 St. \
COOK.— Reapectable woman good rtv.k
plain laun.ln«ss: cttv or eountrv rooj
references. IHRCII. 13] Ea« 32clst.
COOK —First cli.-». |tw«rtlsb: Drtvato
family; best city reforenon; city or
country; waji-s. $.-"<* lo *•*> t^u wper-
SON. 231 Griffith at.. Jersey city Height*
N. J.
CHAMBERMAID *n1 WAITRESS —By
Smalla. .V** \\>!>t ttlth M ar *
ADVERTISEMENTS oner suwrlptl.-ns for !
The Trtbun- "*•<*•''* at their Vptoiva
orTlc N ' 13 * Broadway. between 3«tn
an.t 3Tth st».. until » •'clock p. in. Adver-
Uiements received at the fol.owtn* branch
offices .at regular offlco rate* until a v.-iock !
ftv^'\. vl "' :34 Bttl *««.. * c - <T 5 " 1 «•: '
..?:} ?,*. h " v t- cor - 12th •* : !>• Ea»t Ur*\ »t.; !
"2; \\* ft 4= i!»"' • **«*"»» "th and •"n • >■«•* '
£3 »•« Ufflth »t ; :SJS 3d «ye.. -between
», M.t
•*t UKl.i »vti, near JtK » ; ; 15; Ea»t
U»tn tl .50 Trcmont ay«. , Civ M ay*. ,
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Female.
Mrs. Dickinson's
Co-operative
Employment Bureau, I
831 Madlsoa aye. lei. 3.734— 3?t1L *»•
plies high class household servant*. -4 •
and tanmle; referenos per-ona.'.'r :n*asH»
gated; governeaaea, companlona. ...u.^easißV !
era, <i.. nationalltlr^ opening, closisft
cleaning houses, fa., an: »;. .:.f. .job*
cared tor durlux summer.
CHAMBERMAID and SEAMSTRESS.—
Highly recommended by present ezn;lojt&
31 East 37th at.
D\Y'S WORK.— Washing and lrcnujf. or
cl»cr!rg. CaiU GERTRL'DS EXIA sat
East i::t>th st.
DAY'S \VORK.-Wown. eriore^; three <•
four days a weeW; vasM.-i^ ani i :«*n:ni;
nine hours. all Mrs. LLVA». car» Jlr*.
Roblson. X 64 West M st.
EDUCATED young widow w'.tS ohild. la
the country taking cbir;» of couple of
children. HEALED . 431 SiSt SRa at.
HOUSEKEEPER— Thlmen- T**nr re.'er
euce one p.aiv; 3>< ye»r» &.i; mwtttlac
catering: btgHMI refere.ics* rroa .-r.^tojar.
RESPONSIBLE, the Hopkins Bureau. I
Union square. -'**''■ '-. ~ : _
INFANTS NURSE.— Your* G*rn*x IW»
pital trainrd: s#st ~r*.nal ■ >r«ne«sj
$.-.0. Miss SHEA'S BUREAU. - East «tt
st.
LADY'S MAID— By colored wom«a: —*.
manicure, fa.-v massage. :ia!r«re«ala»»
maid to your.sr sir.. ANXIOC3. &3 JOrtJl
a«. Jersey Cltv. N. J.
NURSE. —Ry reat. competent «i'l-^«*f
j^,, to $22: bes: reference. WHITE. »
East as st.
NLTtSE.— By capable woman; willies »
take entlra charge of infant; understaaM
food*: seven years' ref?rtn>-e last «aokT«
city or eowrwjr. J. P. Miss Fluser»>r»
Bureau. 503 Oth aye.. corner 421 V
NURSE-Er.gUsh: competent to tsJte •;
t're charge ot infant; undewtandi «~
foo is. etc. : seven yars' r?f*r»nce *^J»?
employer. 0.. Miss Fltxueratf i 3BPW3.
503 9th aye.. corner 42d st. _
NURSERY GOVERNESS— Ttmng JUjn«!
can; will take «nur» chars? of one ott"
children: excellent references; »11 «"^
J. C. Mi»a Fltiseraia* Bureau. 503 m
aye.. "corner 424 »t. - ■ ■ . ■ :
NVR9K.-0.. !
ences from first e&M physician. <*. «•
of M'.ss ntis^nUd-3 Bureau. VO, Stt a**.
corner 42d st. - ■- -
NURSERY GOVERNESS or "JTSaS
charge ■*»«»"
-
rS?3
woman. Call Mrs. HAI M-EB. «• ""
■re , "- *X l> U. i _^^—^
— -■'" ' ' ' "* -*
Are You
'Looking for
I Board
; j Rooms ?
The New-York TriboM&j
Information Bureau. 3 l ;
its Uptown Office. i^
Broadway, has on fife a 3.
the better class BosWw-j
ing Houses and Roos»|
,l Houses. FREE inforaa-|
fj tioa as to prices and lo
!• calities.
* , 1 —■• — " 'L^
ADVERTISEMENT.-* »nd pu us»**
The TriDune i •%■€!» M at ««*'',.*>*
, (>«.••. No. UKU bro*awa>. "•■*"".,**:
and 17th ata.. until tt oc-lik-k p- n»- -.„»,»
tUementa receive.! at the ful.o*"'* "^j
oltlcea at r-»j«tur office rates until ■ "
P. m.. via.: 254 St!» aye.. *. •_£*,;£ *!
133 ttth aye . cor. Utft St.; « U»< "",.;
•.•s: We,t 4-,'. : m . li'tweei. Tt!i an.l Satw»»»
»S Went lU-tth it.; i:;* *1 » v * • !T, <"*
7«t:> una 7:t:» sts.: lC^rt ."I «ye. "v^jf^i
*• : 17ta jat aye.. near ! » t -'*«*-i. l ?! #J
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