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THE WASHIITaTOir W ASHIN QTON EEEAI3 HERALDf SUNDAY SUNDA Y MARCH 3 190 1901 D
MUSIC AND MUSICIA1VSR10VEA1ENTS MUSICIANS MUSICIANSMOVEMENTS MUSICIANSMOVEMENTS
IL ILP4USIC
MOVEMENTS OF HARMONY OF THE MAKERS MAKERSOF iJIAIERSOF MAKERSOF
One of the fast musical treats of the theseason tinewagon
season on was enjoyed 784 by b the hwg l e audience audienceassembled
ant assembled ambled at the Metropolitan M 111 B BChurch BCllurch ll llChurch
Church on Wednesday dy evening the oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion being the concert by the Nordtea NordteaMandolin NordicaMitndolin NordleaMhtndulin
Mandolin Banjo nJo and Guitar duos club under underthe underthe underthe
the direction of Mr Walter T Holt Holt with withMr withfir iU iUr
Mr fir r H Ernest Gallsher as concert mas master master master ¬
ter So great has become the popularity popularityof pulartty pularttyof
1t of these dabs that their concerts are arewen asF as aswell
F 1J well wen attended ai tonded a as any oa in the city The Theconcert Theconeert Theooteeat
concert was opened by the Kordka Man Mandolin Maadana Mandolla ¬
dana and Guitar Orchestra which played playedPique playedPkIue playedPique
Pique Dame overture overture the sixty mem members memhers ¬
t
hers of eft C th tle orchestra n playing with fin finish ftnIsh iluIsh ¬
ish and mastery of expression 8ioR Their en encbr encore encoTe
core cbr number was Meditation The or orchestra 01chestr orcbeetre ¬
chestra then played the accompaniment accompanimentfor eeomJDtmeotfOr
for Mrs Ml W H H ShirCliff In her song songSweetheart 8OnGS aengSweetkjatrt
Sweetheart S eurt dedicated to her by the thecomposer theCQ thetmnepoeetn
composer CQ Mr Walter T Holt and Ge Getruda Ge Getrude Getrude
trude M Walsh Mrs ShirCliffs rich richfull richfuU richfull
full voice was especially pleasing in this thisattractive tblsj
j attractive new song nr and won unusual unu ual ap applause appl apL ¬
L plause pl The possibilities of the mandolln mando mandolin mandolin ¬
lin were ere shown by Miss E Lee Moore Moorowte Moorebe Moorewho
who be played two difficutt dltlcu selections Come ComeYe ComeYe ComeYe
Ye Dhwonsottbte andVatee and Val8e Fantasje FantasjeThe JlutastThe lhntasleThe
The manjo club always a favorite won wonuntMftMU wonunutaa On OnUDuwal
unutaa untMftMU applause in operatic selections selectionsarranged HlectJOOIIarraaged aelectionearranged
arranged by Bacon and The American AmericanPatrol AmericanPatrol AmericanPatrol
Patrol responding as an encore with withThe withTIM withThe
The Southern S lltertt Belle March by Mr MrHolt MrHolt MrHoit
Holt Later the banjo dub was heard heardagain heardalaln heardaggin
again hi n conjunction COftju etlon with the mandolin mandolinand mandolinand mandolinand
and guitar dubs in n Chinese Picnic Picnicand Picnicad
and Moonlight t on the Plantation The Theassisting TheI Theassisting
assisting I talent comprised the Apollo ApolloQuartet 1opolloQuartet Apolloq
q Quartet Messrs Myers J8ISo McPariand Rod Rodrick RoilrJok Rodrick
rick and Holland and the Philharmonic PhilharmonicQuartet PIt PhilharmonicQuartet barmonlc barmonlcQuartet
Quartet Mesdames Deho Hollingcworth HollingcworthHolland EIolInswwth EIolInswwthHoHaIId HollingsworthHolland
Holland and labs Cbenoweth CbenowethThe CbenoftetlaT1te ChenowethThe
The music c at St Johns Church Lafay Lafayetto Latayett
etto ett square for the morning service will willbe wtllbe willbe
be The holy communion service service in the theky tileqyec thekey
ky qyec of E flat ftat by Eyre offertory anthem anthemCeane aatbemc anthemCes
c Ceane Weary Pilgrims Coma Cem by To Tozer Tozer Toam
zer zer organ postlude Iude Fugue In a D minor minorby miMrJJacJa minorby
by JJacJa JJacJaThe Bach BachThe ach achThe
The afternoon aft raeon service will I Include IncludeMapntncat lad ladftnt IncludeMOa
MOa > Mapntncat ftnt and None Dnntuis in A Amajor Ame Af
f a major me by Brewer ettertory tcM7 anthem anthemCtvesfng allthelnthe anthemCrssrling
Ctvesfng the Bar by Cleaver Cleiftr organ organpoathrie 8IP1OMhIde orga orgapoedwie n
poathrie Toccai and Fugue in D major majorby majorby r rby
by Bberttn berItaKr 31bpiinU BberttnMr
Mr Sdfjar Priest organist and chetrmaster choir choirmaster cholrmer ¬
U
master of St St Pauls Episcopal Churchwill Church Churchwin ChunhwlR
win play the fourth organ recital at t St StJohns StJoIm StJohns
Johns JoIm Church next Saturday He willbe will willbe willbe
be arisied by Master MA ft RoswaH Boothby Boothbysoprano Boothbysoprano
soprano raDo solo boy of St at Pars Pa rl choir choirMr cbolrV
4 MrIJ Mr H H 11 Freeman Jrreeams4a organist of StJons St StJohns St
Johns JoI a lChurch Church will give > ve the opening or organ orga11 ¬
gan P yecttal 1Ie on the new organ m lathe is isFast the theFirst e
1 First F11wtletbodiIIt Methodist Church CIIureh at Gr Preen esrvllIs esrvllIsJ vffle vffleN
J N CL C on Thursday T1a evening etreni next at atoclock ato atL <
L oclockTfca o oclock oclaeirThe cleek cleekTIle
TIle iftyAcst mil tit Lenten rtcftai at atJoIewach St StJoints StJoiara
Joints JoIewach Chewrh wn MIa given ah on Sfcittrday SsatardyMr T TXl bar barMr
Mr H H Freeman y assisted by Mr An Anton AntOft Anten ¬
ton K9ar K9arThe Ksaar Ksaary
tOftTile
y Tile Refcew Orchestra tra will w lboJd bold its last tostpublic lastpultltc le lastpublic
public rehearsal of the season mII tomorrow tomorrowevening toMOrrowfvea1ac tomorrowevening
evening at Kellar Memorial Me Mei iwlal Church The Thesototots Thefq1eIMs Th TheRolet
Rolet sototots z for this occasion will be Area MtecEleanor M MEt AreaElan
Eleanor Et Barge B ea soprano and Miss Ruth RuthHarvey RuthHarvey utlt utltHanr8y
Harvey violinist The annual concert cons t ofthis of ofthis oCth
this th orchestra takes lace on the evenins even evening ven vening ¬
ing of April Si SiLast 14IQt 2 2Lest
Last Sunday evening the offertory at atWestminster atWI atWmtminalter
Westminster WI Church Memorial 1 was fur furnished furnitIbecI furWished ¬
Wished by Messrs Church and Byram Byramwho Bynunwho Hyrumwho
who AIr ag Pa Fauna Crucifix CrucI x for tenor tenorand tenorand t tand
and barytone This morning Dl the soloist soloistwin solotJltwIH solos soloswilt st
win be Mr Halsted P Hoover who will willsing willlIne willstns
I sing Jesus J Lover of My Soul by Mac MacDougal 1 c cDoqal
Dougal The morning mOI Dg anthem will willThe be beThe beTIM
The Lord Is My Light by C a C CStearnes cSteames CStearns
Stearns with a barytone solo sung by byMr byMr b bDir
Mr r Carol Mor Morrison rlaon At the evening eventn serv service aervlee ser v vIce ¬
ice Misses Atteen and Ruth Miller and andMiss aDdM a aMica
Miss M Edna IN Donaldson will sing < O Holy HolyFather HolyFather HolyFather
Father by Mayera Miayer + t trio for ladles ladlesThe lad ladAR IndiesA
AR The choir of twentyfive voices voicesF is isworking Iswortd
F wortd working a eu the cantata of cams by b bGouRed by
Gounod which they will give in the aea aeafuture near nearfutvre 1IUffut r
fut future with Miss Aileen Miller in t the theIIOPRItO he
soprano solo 10 and obligate obligateMiss obUaratoKIR obligateDqq
L
Miss Anna Brett formerly contralto contraltoIoi8t contraltofolrt so soloist ¬
loist at St Johns John Church will sing a1n Out Outof Out Outof
4 of the Days by Christopher tOpber Marks 1I at atthe atthe n na t
the First Presbyterian PH b ertaa Church tonightThe tonight tonightThe tonlahtTIle
a
The second of the serie serlew ki of Lent LentI Lenten LentenMusical LeafMpeitaI
Musical I Receptions which Profs H E ESakaman ESd ESaitattasan
Sd Saitattasan Sakaman and William Will De Ford have havearranged havearraapd ha haarranged ve
arranged for their pupils a and friends will willbe willbe willho I
be given this evening evenln in their studios studioshonor OII hi hihonor hihonor
honor of the Washington Opera Club C1 b o owhich on onwhich onwbleb bn n
which occasion the club will be entertattled enter entertained entertataed ¬
tattled by the flve fly children of Mr Louts LoutsCrowe LouisCrowe Lo LoCrows u > 6
Crowe of the dty health department departmentThe departmeJatTbe departmentThe
The eldest Master Roy Crowe Is only onlyten olllytea onlytest
ten years of age e and has ba attracted m mattention much muchattention macbattelldoft
attention by his hi brilliant piano playing playl playlThe nS
The other ethe > children th dren of this talented gmu gmuare group groupare up upare p
are also ah unusually gifted ttecI musically musicallyThe mulcall mulcallThe musicallyThe
The Washington W Opera Club was or organised organl8ed orgashed ¬
gashed by Profs H 1L E E Saltaman ami amiWttUam anWIUIam a aWilliam
William De Ford in 18M and te now nowIts in inits InIts
its twelfth season acm It has jnreeented prtIHfttedgreater ireentedgreater a agreater
greater number of light operas than thanany thanany t tany
any similar organization b m the District DistrictMany DIstricti Districtinlay
Many i of our moat celebrated local sing singerf singwei Ift IfteIS
erf were wei first introduced IDtroclu to the public publicthrough pubUet publicthrough
through t the medium of this club eluu and andmany andmall7 andmany
many others have gained wider reputations reputa reputations reputatlOits ¬
tions on the professional stage Its first firstcomedian Ara Aracomedian t
comedian < was Mr William Conley well wellknown weltKJlQWIt wellknown
known to the musical public together togetherwith iesetherwttlt toget togetwith
with Mrs Bessie Driver Kittle Mrs MrsBlanche MrsB1aDcbe MrsBlanche
Blanche lair DalgMah Dal Mrs Fannie At AtLee t tLee
Lee Gage Mis JtIJaa Mu s Eva Whitford Pearl PearlEvans PearlE1UIa PearlFran
Evans Violet VI Pierson Dorothy Hctchin Hctchinson Hutchlnson Hutchinson
son son Mr r P H Maxwell Jta < weIL Arthur Ernest ErnestCbaries Erllftlta ErnestCharles
a Charles E E Bell F William Will Urn Ernst Harr HarrStevens Harry
Stevens Mellvllle Henley Dr W W WKemball tdKensII Mkemball
Kemball J W V Painter and nd many othera oth others othen ¬
ers prominent In musical affairs aJral have havesun haveSWIg ha hasung ve
SWIg sun conopleuoiis eG llillauouaroies eoascuous roles with the club clubMiss elubfJa clubMies
Miss von Unschuld whose recent pu pupils puplla psirecital ¬
pils recital in the New Wittard < crreat crreateo created createdso ed
so mach enthusiasm returned from New NewYork NewYork N NYork
York Tuesday with her pupils where the therecital tIMNeltaJ t tredtats lam
recital < were equally successful tuL Miss von vonUnsclmlf yonU1Udnd vo voUnsaliuld n
Unsclmlf who enriches the programmes programmesof program programof programof w nw
of her pupils > upfls with numbers num ra of her 1 fr o own ownwag ovnw s swas
wag w engaged far recitals at the ref residences refdeltlcS reeldeseees ¬
dences of Mrs McArthur and Mrs Wing Wingi WingThe WingU 1 1The
i
The fortysixth recital at the th studio of ofMr orYr 0 0Mr f
U Mr Oscar Franklin Comstock will b bgiven bvtn bgiven a
given vtn on Tuesday Tuettdl evening at 81S 81SMis SliMIs slliitt
Mis itt s Helen Calhoun and Mr Comstock Comstockwill Conultockwm Comstocwill k
will play Bindings variations for two twopianos tftoplanos tar tarpianos a
pianos and there will m be a performance performanceof eformanof pe forman formanof ce
of NvcJhams X dham dhMfts a A Eunch of Shamrocks Shamrocksan
an Irish song cycle by Miss Annie Annj TateMtHelen Tate TateMks TatcMSs
MSs MtHelen Helen He n Bane Mr T Barton Eaab EasbMr Easby EasbyMr EaabMr
Mr Comstock Miss Calhoun accom accompanist ccom ccomPU ¬
1
panist PU patistA panistA st stA
A recital will be given at MetropolitaId Hctropolitin HctropolitinH Kctrop llttn llttnM n
H E Church next Tuf 7ufStlar T u < lay evening under undertb undtrttk undo undothe r
tb < iu Iwc u < < pccs es CS of tli the Epworth I Je Ieay eajrii eajriiwliie II IIwldc nwlc <
wliie promises t tl > K ee > Interesting Flu Fluretalins flwretling I1ifre
retalins re Ung monoiog and Impersonations Impersonationswill tmpfrsonntillnm
will m h he given f y Min fi = nor hcrtha t ha Fmnoej FmnoejWnlfc PrlnNVolfe Pram
PramM
Wnlfc and she riii > sist sistrl d lit by MSyi Miss MissBssi M f I Issi
Bssi ssi > Xansen Xnn n jwprano Miss ls Estelt EsteltGlli Estellej Estplle e
Glli Gulkli k contralto Miss Dorothy T Kilk I
off pianist Miss Lvla I Waterswhiffet Waters Waterswhistler Vaterswittler
whistler and 3ri MB Diut I aai a C Ndltand NO basso bassoMiss bassoien
Miss M 1189 ien Marie Nansen and Mh MI Katie KatieYoung KatieYoung KatieYoung
Young accompanists accompanistsThe accompanlltsThe accompanistsThe
The Crucifixion a meditation on the thesacred thesaered thesacred
sacred paaston wtueon of the Holy Redeemer Redeemercomposed Redeemrcomposed Redeemercomposed
composed by Sir John Jolt Stainer will be berendered Derendered berendered
rendered by the choir of St Andrews AndrewsChurch AndrewClturcb AndrewsChurch a
Church under the direction of Mr John JohnLisle JohRLl JohnLisle
Lisle Ll le Apple this evening The quartet quartetwill quartetwill quartetwill
will be made up u of f Mrs Alfred T Gage Gagesoprano G GIOJirano Gagesoprano
soprano Mrs lIrs John Roberts alto Mr MrI MrJohn MirJohn
I John Apple tenor and Mr F C Shaefer Shaeferbass ShureThe Shaeferbase
bass The organist will be Mr tit Fulton FultonB Full
B Karr The chorus will be composed c m o othe of ofthe oftile f
the following followingMte tollowlng1111I followingalas
Mte alas Graaa Alden Mn F Ii T Barrimtw Mm MioRuth MmItatk IItutIa
Ruth Fortw Mte 31ka BUtd HoKfcnon Xta 1U ills illsKoblat Lana LMBAKabkrt IAaIKobIert
Kabkrt Jlfcss llnry IAlJ VHUuA 3Im its Jests Jestsson J ri K K KM gyp ThMnwson
son Me M llany lUntoev l Mr H I31 Q ltd 1M Mo J JL
U Apptev 4 51w M BttMbeth SUK > reth Cfoytw aa Mfes 111 IMh a Grif GriffItIt 8eietkh
8th Mile 1 M Ma ltay r Jack Mta tin BUoch Iilasi i Lade Mte liIaI u uheat i
Low Kfefeantom Miss 1 Bat BIle Wan W OL CteR O CIa CIalr pa jv > n nMr
Mr J K It Porter Mr r G H Wl AVfluuM Haase Ml Mb iaa Cw au auJiM ins insIlse
HM lzlalas itote tries 11 Juri rule MuMriORt 1Dtileeid xi xi1artas Mte Ixmte IUanac IxmtelUrtOBg
lUrtOBg Mte 111I Anm 11 JK arch Mte 11 lbau OJ > MJBant MJBantGArtnll 1WIudM itNsndtire
M tire Sperry Sites Iits lbeIMIara T eedera WIs iBpte I Dr J JOartcU JGertrdl alias
GArtnll and Mr S K B TedJwBUr TedsuutarOne TedJwBUrOne lodIuIIderOne
One of the leading prima donnas of ofAmerica ofAmerJea o oAmerica f
America Is tIme SchumannHemk an anartist anatiltt anIs n
artist with a voice vole of great gr range nm e It is isdeclared Iadeclared
ItIs
declared that Mme SchnmannHeink ScbamannIitttakthe to tothe 18the
the biggest drawing card on the pioneer pioneerstage concert concertstage concertstaf8 t
stage at the present time timeShe timeShe timeShe
She will appear at the New National NationalTheater 1atJonalTheater N NTheater spinal
Theater on Friday afternoon next neCt March MarchS h
hf
S as the solo artist for the afternoon of ofthe oCthe o othe f
the fourteenth and last of the Washing Washington Waal Washingon nc ncton ¬
ton t on College of Music concert series which whichhave fthlchhave whichhave
have been the most mo t successful artistic artisticevents artladcevents artb artbevents
events In the city this season and reflect reflectgreat reftectrreat reflectgreat
great credit on the college That it t has hasbean hasbean ha haboon s
bean impossible for any money to tomade be bemade bemade
made on this proposition te a foregone foregoneconclusion foreconeconelulon foregoneonclusion
conclusion c but it certainly has h added t tthe to tothe tothe o
the tone of art in a the Capital City Cityt and andit andIt
it I t te to be hoped that at the coming comln con concert coneert concert ¬
cert a large audience will be present presentWherever presentWberenr presentWifereaer
Wherever Mme me SchumannHeink appears appearscrowded app appeacrowded lS lScrovtded
crowded houses and much enthusiasm enthusiasmgreet enthWllaIAngreet enthusiasmgreet
greet her This Th season she has realised realisedthe reallwedthe reali realimost med
the theaueocaaes most varied triumphs and phenomenal phenomenalsuccesses phenomenalauu raaal
successes in her career Tickets for forconcert this thisconcert tMCODeet
concert are now on sale at T Arthur ArthurSmiths ArtkurSmldts Arth ur
Smiths to n Sanders A Staymans 1327 UTStreet F Fstreet Fstreet p
street Her programme Is as a follows followsM fOllowsfa
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TUe 1 pvntte lMI r of Mrs McT1a M MeDoitte > l and andMiss of ofMiss oCI
I Miss Georgia E MiUer director actor of ofVirgil the theVirgil UteVkgll
Virgil Clavier Piano School gave a aat recital recitalat 1eCtta1at
at the school hut Friday rIdT evening at which whichthe wblebthe wh whthe
the following foUo programme nu was 1 1XIII rendered renderedI renderedMh
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A 4 Ross te ow die dieThe OHM OaiimThe nnpr nnprThe r
The WashinstOH Saengorbitnd will willits give giveits atftIts
its sixth musical entertainment tosighender tonight tonightunder to t tunder
under the direction of Mr Henry IiIeD17The HenryThe Zander ZanderThe
The following programme will he given giventa
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l ta a WIll Bit D will WM R sk s te > thl1 1IIek 1IIekI lc
M ox Mhwelief AdMrd k Rule OM IIMJI
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Mr Piw Prank Pr1IIItWs BOitiilt hmbeaokSmpttrm BOitiiltWKHS
Smpttrm s afis afisteaks
teaks Ws Seme Eras R x WM MS earl J Toi Toix dMbatN dMbatNat H HXn Gral
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1I Mte Ii UINI Majr warkr warkrPlate Mber
Fhn Plate OUmto Mr ir w W1111 Its L L m mOww
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alas Aatevn r from Stabat Mater MaterMr I Ilr latoc lteseini
Mr Erwrt E Eo L LeoIIIL LeoIIILNO CalaisNO Wu WuHO
NO FAT MEN NEED APPLY APPLYOnly APPLYOnly
Only the Lathbuilt Bngineer En tneer Will WillFit 1Vi1 VIIIFit I
Fit IVcvr Locomotive LocomotiveFMm LocomQtheFJIOM
FMm the I PUMciphia Iladdpbir Lwtex LwtexWANTEDBY LeIigtcWANTEDHY G GWAdTEDBY
WANTEDBY THE P5 PCOfSYLVAXIA tSYLV1YlA tSYLV1YlAmud RV1I RV1IThe LUL L >
mud d 1wewede enhsea who are this No NoII 15 sea seashe
she II sat INIIMNd t are a lack of o oaced JatIMIIIf > siha + rl t
aced appbr appbrThe
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The Pennsylvania Railroad will b bforced be beforced b6forced e
forced to the use of some such adver advertisement a4iTertlstlDeftt advetlscment r ¬
tisement as this tbl if a new type of loco locomotive locomotive ¬
motive just turned out of the shops shopsAltoona at atAltoona atAJtoonl
Altoona is put into service Sh SbSl ShSomebody S SSomebody h
Somebody Sl blundered somebody who whowbo Whowbe wh whwho o
who has been planning first to creategreater create a agreater agreater
greater space between b tween passing trains trainsand trainsand trainand
and second to place upon the engine enginegreat a agreat agreat
great boiler fitted to do all the things in inthe Inthe Ii IiUse
the heavy hauling line which are ar ex expected exted expeeled ¬
peeled ted of the modern locomotive In Inplanning InpDnln I n
pDnln planning all these things the tb engine enginewas eaglnewas englnwas e
was made slim and the tll engineer engineer was wasforgotten wnfor w wforgottenuntil is
forgotten for forgottenuntil ttenuntll until an attempt was made madeto madetn mad madto e
to put a f fat tt engineer on the compJ completed completedmachine ted tedmaehbt
machine Then SMOR set spug ugas as the rest of the thelocomotive thel th C Clocomotive
locomotive l otltO was the engineer would no not notfit notftt t
fit fttThe
The engineer was s a fat engineer engiae f He Hewas Hewa H Hwas e
was wa asked to take the engine up upstaep a asteep aawp
steep grade near the Altoona shops shopsHe ahoSlIe shopsIii
He climbed Um to the eb took a long longbreath IonSreath Jon Jonbreath s
breath which increased his girth a and andgot andpt
got into it The Th onlookers waited for forthe forUu fe r
the machine to move But it did not notmovp notptO no f
tuns movp ptO Whats the matterT matter the Grit
ks called to the man at the throttle throttleMatter throttleaUer
Matter aUer enoughr enough r r he responded If Ift ItIt I f
It > t gets 5et started Itll have to stay started
I havent enough room to get at th thstepping the thestopping thetopplng e
stopping gear Confusion among tic ticonlooker the theonlookers theonlookers
onlookers while the fat engineer was wasfished wasnbPd w wtfathed as
fished out of the cab where h he icegasping sat satgasping fiatKalplng
gasping for breath Confusion again againluring againfurlng agai agaiuring atn n
luring the hunt for an engineer who whowould whowouhl wh °
would would fit fitThere fittMo fit
There tMo is confusion all along the fin finnow line linenow linetIOW e
now and every fat engineer is s search searching senrebing searchirg ¬
ing the advertising pages Ja e8 of o the theHomy At t
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FEATURES AND FUTURES FUTURESGlances FUTURESGJuSlce FUTURESGlances
Glances About bont and Ahead nt Affair Affairof Affairsof fair fairof
of the Local TheatersJeeepb Theaters TheatersJoseph ThcuterTpb
Joseph and William Jeffersons new newoonMdjr n new newcomedy w wcomedy
comedy Playing the Game which w lch is isakl 1 1S4dd Isstint
stint tD be b a very successful laughpro laughproduoar laushproduo laughprodutsr
duo < will soon be s seen en at the BelascoArthur Belasao BelasaoArthur BelasoQArthur
Arthur Byron Gortrudo Coghlan Mal Malcolm 3Ialcolm 11alcolm
colm Duncan Duncan Grace Thorne Joseph XII Kllgotir XIIg Iillgour
gotir g Ur A j S S Lipman and Mabol MArtlmer Mortlr Mortlrmer rQrU rQrUmer
mer are to n the cast which will be neon aeonIn seonIn neonn
In n uThe The Lion and the Mouse at the Na National NutIonal Naional ¬
tional t the week of April S SDave SDe SDace
Dave Braham jr who takes the part partof partot partof
of Push Miller the tracetrack tout in inCheckers inCbeckBtl n nClnecitetS
Checkers te the son of the Into Dave DaveBraham DavoBraham DaveIirahartt
Braham who died recently roocnU and 3 who whocomposed whoeompo whocomposed
composed ed the famous songs sung years yearsage yearsago
age 10 by Harrigan and Hart HartMalcolm HartMalcolm HartMalcolm
Malcolm Duncan who made a distinct distincthit distincthit
hit with Washington playgoors last sum sumat sumat sumat
at the Columbia with a stock company is isone 13one s sone
one of the principal players in Who Han Hanand LlInand Ltnand
and the th Mouse which will reach Wash Wltehhigton Wa Washington h hItou ¬
ington before the close of the seasonFay season seasonFay soosonFa7
Fay Tempieton ltI in George M Cohans Cohansmusical Cob Cohansmusical n9 n9masIcaI
musical play of Fortyfive Minutes frtlni frtlniBroadway fremBroedway
Broadway will be at the National Thaa Thaater TheRter Theater
ter the week beginning Monday March
11 11 The piece has made one of the hits hitsof hitsof
of the season with those classes of theatergoers thea theatergoers tlteate ¬
I
tergoers te who are re found of the light and andsay ttndPYa
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I say
j sayWilliam William H Fowler treasurer of the theNew theNew
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New National Theater leaves Washington Washingtonthis Washingtonthis WashlngtontltJe
this week to be absent the entire summer summerattending summeratteadJDg r
attending to his b duties as manager of the theWashington thoWqbutoft theWashington
Washington Baseball Club Mr Jacob Jaoobsoo Jnoobsou Jacobmu
soo sou assistant treasurer tr urer will be in n charge ohargeof chargeof e
of of the th box office of o the theater during the theabsence theabeeice
absence absetc of Mr Fowler FowterWallace FowlerUaea FoulerWa11RCe
Wallace Uaea Worsley of the Checkers Checkerscompany CheckorsC Checkerscompany
company C was U during the Spanish war warin warla
in charge of the American scouts under underShafter underShafter undo undoShefter
Shafter It was he and two aids who whopenetrated who whopenetrated
penetrated the lines beyond San Jiianbefore Juanbetore Juan Joanbefore
before the first battle and drew a dia diagram dlftI11iDl ¬
gram of the fortifications Mr Woralay Woralaywas Woraisyrra Vorwleyw
was w rra wounded three times during thecharge the thecharge tl1echa
charge cha p up the hill the next dayAt day dayAt d dAt
At the Columbia next week Jessie JessloBusby J05sloBuaby JessieBusby
Busby will be seen in a dramatization of ofMiriam otHtrJam
Miriam Xtehebons lehebons famous story In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Blsbors Bishop Blsbo Carriage The dramatiza dramatization dramaUzation ¬
tion of this exciting book was 1IS made byChanning by
Channing CbannJ Pollock The play differs in insome In10m Insome
some 10m respects retl tlCtJI from the book but the thechanges theohanps thechanges
changes made are saW to be in the inter interests Interests intereats ¬
ests of dramatic force and integrity integrityThe Iftte t1ty t1tyThe
The Boy Behind the Gun Harry Clay ClayBlaneys ClayBlaney ClayDinners
Dinners war drama comes to the Ma Majestic 1laJNtIc ¬
jestic for a week commencing Monday MondayMarch Monda MondaKarch
March 1L From a scenic standpoint the theproduction theproduetlon
production is aid to be notable Among Amongthe AmongOle
the stage pictures shown are the Japanese Japanesetea JaPftJIeHtCli Japanesetealt
tea gardens in 1 Tokyo the headquarters headquartersof
of Gen Stoessel at Port Arthur during du duringthe 1or 1orthe
the blockade block and Admiral Togos TO os flag flagship l1agsblp ¬
ship shipRobert sblpRobert
Robert Mantelts repertory for Wash Washington VasbwW Vaahington ¬
ington will in all probability > be b made up upas upas upas
as follows Monday The Merchant of ofVenice oCVenJee offrg
frg Venice Tuesday Macbeth Wednesday Wednes Wednesday Vedn Vednda ¬
day da afternoon afternooa Richelieu Wednesday WednesdayHlgfct Wednesdaynight Wed Wedmpt
night Othello Xr Mr Mantell as Othello OthelloThursday Othello1huy OthelloThursday
Thursday Hamlet Friday Richard ffRlcbanlrq RichardHL
HL rq Saturday afternoon and Saturday Saturdaynfeht
nfeht t Julius J1III Car This is subject to tochaos tolate toeha
chaos eha e later laterAt late lateAt laterAt
At Chases next week the offerings will willutciute willlaclvte
Include Jack Wbttford the Scotch came cemeUan cerneJulien camedines
dines Julian KlUnge the daatting qg and ar artistic artJatlc ¬
tistic impersonator of female charac characters character CharaCteea ¬
ters Bert Leslie the king of stan stanwith slant ost ostwith
with a company com in Hogans Visit the theDufiiaBedcajr theDumnBedcay theDautlnDedcay
DufiiaBedcajr sciwattonal aerial troupe troupeArmstrong troupeAnDaaona troupeArmstrong
Armstrong and Clark the Three RosesIllemena Roses RosesFlemens
Flemens and Miller and the tb motion pic pictures pictor plctares ¬
tares tor of rbe The Life of a Cowboy CowboyAfter CowboYliter
After a run of nearly seven months at attlie attlte atthe
the Hudson on Theater New York Henry HenryArthur HenryArtJtur HenryArthur
Arthur Jones Jo remarkable play The TheHypocrites TlteRJMICIttee TheHypocrites
Hypocrites is to make a brief tour inlading in inhftftna Ina
lading a few of the Important cities citiesThere cIUes1Mre
1Mre There ° here Is little doubt that ne The Hypo Hypoerites BJpoCltt
erites Cltt te one of the strong strongest dramaticatuactbas dramatic dramaticattractions dmmatlcattraettoa
attractions which Charles Frohman has hasever bur hasever
ever r offered It will be at the National Nationalfor Nationalfor Nationalfor
for a week before the close of the season seasonNext IleaSOllNext seasonNext
Next week the BeuMco Be Bia o Theater Tho ter will wHlhave JU JUban
have the jingling musical piece the theTourls Z fheTourists be
Tourists Tourls Richard Golden is the princi principal prlnclpal ¬
pal comedian of a large a e cast of favorite favoriteplayers tavorltepIay
players pIay and nd an ensemble force of pretty prettyI prettyrls
I girls rls There There are twentytwo twent7t o songs in including Ineluding ¬ I
i eluding c1ucU Its It Nice to Have a Sweetheart SweetheartWhich
Which One 0 Shall We Marry WouWnr WouWnrYou WouldntYou I IYou
You Like to Know Know She Lived to Be BeLoved i
Loved hi n Vain VaJa Keep on Doing Some Something Somelr ¬
thing th lr and Dear Old Broadway BroadwayChester Broadwi BroadwiCbater SomeI
Chester Spencer the barytone who has hasmade
made himself popular in Washington by byhis I
I his rendering reo of sentimental Umental and catchy catchyballads eatelaybaUata cattbyballads
ballads at society and church entertain entertainments entertaInments entertainments ¬
ments hi a music hall singer n r of almost almostnational aJtattoaal
national repute Before his connection connectionwith OOJuteCtJOI1wtUa connectionwith
j with the Remerjck Rentes Ick Music Publishing
Company which he hi now no fepretenUn fepretenUnm
m In this city Mr Spencer 8pe eer toured the prin principal principal ¬
cipal vaudeville houses in the East East and andwas AOOwas andwas
was received with flattering commenda commendation eommendaton torrlttienatat1eL ¬
ton tonCaptain
Captain U
Crossbounds Conversion one oneof oneof oneof
of the plays in 1 which Ellen Terry will willbe willbe
be seen at t the National Theater later in inthe Inthe inthe
the month Is said to be one of the most mostwbhnfeJly motwlaamtcaUy
whimsically entertaining entertalnl pieces ever writ written wrltt writ ¬
ten by George Bernard Shaw It was waswritten wuwrlttel1 waswritten
written for Mb X Terry by Shw tad
both the London company and the com company COtnpUy compS117 ¬
pany engaged in London for the Amen American Amencan ¬
can e tour by Mr Frohman were re r
hearted by the author until he remarked
They are stale perfect perfectA perfectA
A SUBSTITUTE FOR SCENERY SCENERYWonderful SOE1TERYVonderful SCEI rERY rERYWonderful
Wonderful Use Lole Fuller Dlakcs o othe of ofthe ofthe f
the Magic flag Lantern LanternMfc Lanternp LanternParis
p Paris Mfc Cttretpoadrace CttretpoadraceAnd oe oeAncI
And speaking cf stagingthe last lacer incarnation IDCArnation lacernation ¬
nation of LoSe Fuller Is a real novelty noveltyand nov noveltyand lty
and is likely to make a sensation In InAmerica InAmerica
America to which ch she is to transfer her hernew hernewereaUo he r
new newereaUo creation when whe Paris is weary of it itIn itIa
In these new dances she has put the themagic themjt th e
magic lantern laater to a use which is a revela revelation revelatI ¬
tier tI of its J possibilities P Years Y Ars ago she sheused she1Sed sheused
used It t for some of her prettiest prettiest effects effectsla ertectsIn
In this W case she uses it for scenery The Theinspiration TRelupraUon
inspiration of the matter is 1 clover but is isalso Isalto
also easy to repeat In her old dances dancesshe dancessbe
she threw lights and figures gures on herself as asshe asshe asshe
she moved In this case she creates a ascene axene
scene to move m mAn In InAn ha haAn
An immense curtain of thin white netIs net netIs netIs
Is dropped between the scene and the au auditorium auditorium ¬
ditorium Another n tber thicker white curtain curtainis
is dropped at the back of the stage to towithin towithin
within live or six feet of the floor Won Wonderful Von Vondtal ¬
derful pictures to to serve as settings for forher forher forher
her dances are thrown by magic Jant n nthrough nthrough nthrough
through this gauze and create the illusion illusionof illusiono
of a perfect stage e setting in which she sheand sheand sheand
and her troop of figurantes move as in a areal areal areal
real scene sceneI
I II
I heard a famous singer sI cr say last night nightas nightas nightas
as the immense Immen audience sat breathless breathlessand broothlessand breathlessand
and watched the mystic moving of the thedraped tbedraped
draped figures in the mysterious atmos atmosphere atmosphere atmosphert ¬
phert phere thus created By Jove this does doesaway doesY
away Y with all U need need of scene painting paintingWhy paintingWhy
Why go to the expense of painting seen scenery seencry ¬ t tery
ery for Orphee for example You could couldgat
get the atmosphere needed in the Inferno Infernoscene Infernoseene Infernoscene I
scene much better tter this way than it wasaver was wasever wosever
ever secured by any scene painter painterIt
It is unquestionable that the this thin gauze gauzebetween gauze1Mtveen gauzebetween
between the public and the stage has a atremendous atreuaeftdous
tremendous effect etr t of mystery mysteryEnrthiinnlicn mysteryJ3nrth
Earthquakes EnrthiinnlicnPMot J3nrth unke unkeFJG
Chant till St at Lewis I FtttDispatcb FtttDispatcbProfessor rD raat Diryata 1J1t 1J1tProfeeeor
Professor asked the reporter what whatcauses vthntcauses vrhntcauses
causes earthquakes earthquakesI tbcauake l ldont
I dont know knowBut kaowBut knowBut
But I thought you were w were r thj t tl one man manin manin manin
in 1 million who knew knewI
I do know that I dont kntfw which whichmakes whichmakes whichmakes
makes me one man in four or five mil million million million ¬
lion 1
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSCOLOMBIA t I AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA THEATER THEATER2iK
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DIRECT FROM ITS FIFTEENTH EXGAGE31ENT EXGAGE31ENTIN
IN GRIBrER NEW YORK SINCE ITS InOIJUClION InOIJUClIONHERE IRODVCTIONHERE
HERE FOUR SEASONS AGO AGOlIIIS AGOTilts
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ONLY A BOARDINGHOUSE BOARDINGHOUSEUpton I IUpton
Upton Sinclairs Helicon hail tint ot Up Upto Lpto I Ito
to ExpectationsAlrta Expectations ExpcctatlonAlria
Alvin F Seniors Sa oni te Boston Tiwerfpt TiwerfptThere rrsciptTltere TrnseriptThere
There seems aeem to be no good reason reasonwhy reasonwhy reasonwhy
why on Its merits as a boarding boardinghouse boardingROue boardinghouse
house Helicon Hall may not win andkeep and andkeep andkeep
keep a large degree of popularity withthe with withthe withthe
the people who wb prefer beardinghouse beardingrhouselife
life to family life IIf and aa whose wbo e earningspermit earnings earningspermit eartngspermit
permit them to indulge their prefer preference j jenre i ienre
enre Indeed for those numerous numerousmenage numerousmena3ea numerousmenages
menage In which the wife cares more moreabout moreabout moreabout
about what Mr Sinclair calls think thinking thinkIng thinking ¬
ing and going < on with her music andsharing and andsnaring andharIRg
snaring In her husbands professional professionallife
life than she does doe about a her obliga obligations obllaUon obligations ¬
tions Uon as a wife and in which both bothhusband bothhusbaacl bothhusband
husband and wife object to the noise noiseand noiseand i I I Iand
and nuisance of children it would wouldseem wouldseem I
seem to provide a close approach to t > the theideal theideal I IIdeal
ideal But why should there be such a aflourish a1I0uriah aflourish
flourish of trumpets over the establish establishment JltlbUshment est blish blishment ¬
ment of a boardinghouse bordI Shouee which when whenall whenall whenall
all has been said comes com nearer beingan being beingan beingan
an asylum for domestic failures than thanany thananT thanany
any exemplification of an exalted fam family famII family ¬
ily II life lIie There are millions of peopleIn people peopleIn peopleIn
In this country and hundreds of thou thousands thouMDda thousands ¬
sands even ey in Nw York city who are areliving areUvlnlr areliving
living well within their Incomes hap happily happUy happtly
pily and effectively They do not Inslat in insist IfIt ¬
slat It on the luxuries of having aavln their theircooking theirrooktD theirbooking
cooking rooktD done by b a graduate racluate of orllC a aschool aschool
school llC oot of t domestic science of being beingwaited beingwafted Ing Ingwaited
waited on at the table by a college collegestudent collegeatNIeDt collegestudent
student and of having ha1la their floors floorsscrubbed floorserubbetl floorsscrubbed
scrubbed by persons of taste and re refinement reAaenHtnt redormant ¬
dormant and they never heard of the theinstitution theIlUItttuUon theinstitution
institution of paid mothers JR6thi and yet yetthey yetthey yetthey
they are quite as democratic as the thefastidious thetaUdlo thefastidious
fastidious taUdlo reformers who to make democracy democ democracy democruy ¬
racy a profession It Is I these domes domestic domestlc domestic ¬
tic successes rather than tb the tb gushing gushingenthusiasts guahlngeDtbuaau gushingenthusiasts
enthusiasts who mistake their own ownemotions Oftnemotions ownemotions
emotions for public movements
asBernard as i iBernard
Bernard Show cleverly puts it who whoshould whohovld whoshould R51
should be doing dh the talking about abouthousehold abouthou abouthousehold
household hou hold management and d a proper properfamily properfamily properfamily
family life lifeMr UteKr UfaMr
Mr Sinclair affirms that everybody everybodywill overybodywtn everybodywill
will be forced to live before long as the theHelicon j jHelicon iHelicon i
Helicon Hall colonists are living nowWe now nowWe i iWe
We trust tru t that he is mistaken mlstaIenat at least leastso j jso jso 1 t
so far as our day and generation geD AUon is con concerned conOtherwise on onenaH ¬
cerned Otherwise Otherwl there will be noth nothing nothIng ¬ I Itnr
ing left for a number of us but to take taketo taketo taketo
to the woods with a gun gunWHO pnWHO gunWHO
WHO HIT THE BULLSEYE BULLSEYEA 1 1A
A Chance to Do Ciphering Over the theScore theScorc theScores
Scores Score of Four Marksmen MarksmenHere I IHere IHere
Here is J a puzzle which LondonSketch London LondonSketch j
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5 Four crack shots at Puddlebury com cornpeted j jpet
petfd pet d for the annual Pewter pot trophy trophyThey troph trophThey trophyThey
They were allowed six Ix shots each En Encircling Encircling
circling clrcUn < the bullseye were eight rings ringsThe ringsThe ringsThe
The bullseye counts 1W the ring next n nextto xt xtto i ito
to it 50 5 the next 25 a 3 then 20 O 10 S 3 3and 3and
2 and 1 1 1Now 1Now j i
Now Jones scored Iff Brown 193 193Robinson 193Robinson 193Robinson
Robinson 1X1 and Macpherson 10 lOG The Thecurious Thecurious Thecurious
curious puzzle is to discover from these thesefacts thesEfacts thesefacts
facts and ad from the twentyfour actual actualhits actualbits actualhits
hits recorded on the target who hit theballseye the thebullseye theballlIqt
bullseye bullseyeIt
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scored 3 was made by Brown The outer outeror outeror outeror
or eighth ring was hit I times Thering The Thering 2 2ring
ring was kit 1 time likewise the 3 as asstated asstated asstated
stated The 5 ring was punctured puncturedUmn puncturedtimes 2 2times
times the 19 ring once the 20 0 ring Stimes 2 2times 3UmN
times the th 25 5 ring rl g 1 time The M ringscored ring ringscored ringscored
scored S shots shotsAnd sbotsAnd
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the bullseye The Tb great question isWhich is isWhich IsVletch
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