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Daily press. [volume] (Newport News, Va.) 1896-current, October 17, 1905, Image 7

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Several Attractions of High Or?
der on ihe List.
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WMvH. CRANE HERE TONIGHT
Ever Popular/Comedian Will Be Seen
In Congenial Role Once More?"A
, Son of Rest" Pleased Large Aud?
ience Last Night.
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The company to ?ie ?*.<ii\ in the sup?
port of William H. Crane In the new
comedy, "The American Lora." dt the
Academy tonight, contains a number
of very clever actors. Every member
of the c?.st was engaged for his or
her special adaptability for the work
ao that they would'all tit into the!
scenes and situations with artistic. |
neatness and skill. At the very first!
rending of the play some months be?
fore the production was made several
Jictors ami actresses suggested them-'
selves te Charles Frohman's Judge?
ment as beintr extremely well quali?
fied Tor ceitain parts in the comedy,
lie immediately engaged them. The
new loading woman of the company
is Miss Hilda Spong, a handsome Eug
llsh actress, who is not unknown here.
Miss Spong has been In this coun
i ry scvet al seasons and has done a lot
Of clever work. In Mr. Crane's new
play she is cas'. as a good' naturell
young lri?h widow and has scored
a decided hit in the character. Oeorge
1C. Bidden plays the part of a dignified
English lord in fine contrast to the
Bluff and energetic Western man who
is made a lord in spite of himself. El
inei CrAndtn Is seen as a ranchman
from Dakota, Edgar Norton as n young
curate, and Frederick Tiden as a
young member of the English aris?
tocracy. Others in the cast Include
Richard Pitman, 'Emmet Whitney,
Harry Blnkemore. John Nesbitt, Oa
brlcl - Ravenelle. Miss Rosalind
Coglllati and Miss Nellie Malcolm.
A large advance sale indicates that-,
Mr. Craho Will be seen by the season's i
record breaking house.
Pleased the Audience.
"A Sen Of Rest." with William
Swor in the title role, pleased a large
audience at the Academy last night. I
The shew seemed to satisfy the en?
tire house und It literally set the gal?
lery wild. . *
A bunch of sprightly girls, beauti?
ful costumes and good stage settings
carry the piece. Swor is funny in a
coarse, sort of way. but he should have
kept on being. "The Scarecrow," for
the peculiar contortions of face and
body he used so effectively in portray,
ing that character seem to be about
all that he knows.
All of the principals were just good
enough not. to be very bad. The
chorus was well trained, could sing
and was worthy of better headlined.
"The Player Maid."
Miss Florence Davis, who appeared
in this city last season in "The Player
Maid" will be seen here again tomor?
row night.
Miss Davis leaves the Hudson
theatre; New York, to visit some of
the Southern cities. She has been
called one of the most promising
young B'.ars on tho American stage.
The success* which has come to Miss
Davis has been justly earned. She
began at the lowest rung of the thea?
tre ladder and studied diligently while
she i layed her first small parts in
various companies under the direction
< f Charles Frohnian end other im?
portant New York managers. The
large audiences '.bat have attended
the pcrformr.ncea of "The Player
Maid" is the host endorsement for
IkM.Ii ster find play. ?
"The Player Maid" Is In four acts.
As the title Indicates, the story of the
play has to do with the theatre, al
wnys a fascinating subject to the gen.
era) public.
Tho production will be seen here
with the same cast, including Mr. El?
liott Dexter, scenery and effects, as
presented at the Hudson theatre. Now
York.
"Trie Geisbit.''
Among the many musical <igaiiba
tions and productions *.bat uro on
tour this, season. It Is claimed that
none Is more thoroughly equipped or
mote popular than the I.aura Miilard
Opera Ccmpnny * which is presenting
that famous r.ml ever popular light
comic opera success, "The Geisha."
, "The Geisha," like the Gilbert and
Sullivan productions, such as "Finn
lore," "The Mikado." "Patience," etc..
Is one of those tuneful effervescent,
and chic musical productions that
never fall to pleace and leave the
auidtur In a happy frame of mind on
the Hnal drop of the curtain on the
'finale, which accounts for its phenoni
inal success wherever presented.
In "The Geisha" the lest Is consist?
ent, and the novel numbers are intro?
duced in such an agreeable manne:-,
while .he music Is more than superior
to the great majority of musical pro?
ductions of the present.
I There are few traveling organiza?
tions today who are as thoroughly
equipped both a-< to the ensemble and
completemcnt of the company as
"The Geisha" pary, which numbers J:i
nil 50 active working people behind
the foot lights ami surrounded by all
the original equipment,? such as cos?
tumes, statte settings and effects thhl
were used in the original August In
Daly production during the long run
of "The Geisha" at Daly's theatre.
New York City.
The visit of "The Geisha" on Thurs?
day night at the Academy should prove
one of the stellar attractions in the
musical line that are scheduled for the
amusement loving public of the city
this season.
Seats arc now on "rale at the box
office.
"That, Odd Fellow."
"That < dd fellow" Harry Hcrc.sford.
who Is appearing this season in David
D. Lloyd's funny comedy, "The Wo?
man Hater," Will be seen in this city
next Saturday, matintee and night.
His corned" i" of the legitimate
school, free from the slapstick and
knock-about order Ihftt contaminates
most farce* of tods". "The Woman
Hater" is one if those delightful
fatces that is fresh in comedy, rich
in repartee and clever in its construc?
tion. It affords Mr. Bercsford ample
opi Jrtunlty to display his methods and
peculiarities which have won for him
the distinction of being one of the
brightest et the younger comedians on
the stage of today. ?
Manager Ooleman is said to have
staged this play quite effectively and
has surrounded Mr. Bercsford with a
cast that will portray the various
roles in a befitting manner.
Says "Poor Bill" Did It.
.lohn. Noel, a negro, was badly
beaten up at Hogg's saloon on
Twety-thlrd street yesterday morning.
He received an ugly gash on his head
and his' arms and hands were badly
cut by a fall through a plate-glass
window. Noel says another negro,
who is known as "Poor Bill' attacked
him. The authorities are now looking
tor "Poor Bill."
Suit for Damages.
In the clerk's office of the Corpora?
tion Court yesterday suit was tiled by
ftiayer Ai England Company.,a Venns) t
vaniu corporation, against R. I. A.
Mason and It. Carter Perkins., receiv
ers for the Hampton Roads Railway
and Electric Company, damages $4no.
Rehearsal Tonight.
A rehearsal for the. oratorio which
i s to be sung In the near future by the
choir er Trinity Methodist church will
be held at the Y. M. C. A. building to
night at 8 o'clock. Mrs. A. F. Morris
sette, director of the choir. lias In
charge the arrangements for the ora
to'rio.
Mrs. G. E. Harding, who has been
visiting her sister. Mrs: B. R. Cofo<\
has leturnod to her h?rne in Indian?
apolis; Intl.' r
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR
at my studio oh one dozen
$5.00 PHOTOGRAPHS
Positively only yood fur (en days, October Utk la October
JOlli, Bring (His couj>on with you.
iVL W. Tennant
2?C2 WASH. AVE.
YOU Ii BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO
Citizens & Marine Bank
Will always be safe and will receive the attention
and courtesy fur which its employees are noted.
FOR THE ENGLISH
SAILORS-MARINES
Enlisted Men on the North Atlantic
Squadron Have Raised $7,200 for
Entertainment Purposes.
Through arrangements of the men
of the North Atlantic Squadron the
enlisted men of the English Flying
Squadron will be. given a royal recep?
tion during their stay in New York.
In conversation with the Daily Press
representative. Sunday one of the
commit tee on arrangements stated
that the sum or $7,200 has been raised
amopg the men of the ships, which Is
to be used in showing .lohn Hull's men
just what American hospitality means.
The program will include a visit to
Coney Island, a special theatrical per
lormance ami an elaborate dinser.
It is also officially stated that
Prince Louis, of Battenb?rg, will bring
his squadron into Hampton Roads,
j where the Prince will be ofllciallyre
received by Admiral Evans. The en
he arrangements for the reception of
the Prince are left to Admiral Evans,
who is now in Washington completing
the details.
The men oil the shins are jubilant
over the coming <>f t'ho English Flying
Squadron and I'icy B?y that, the sailors
anil marines will leeelvo a welcome
that they Will always remember.
PERSONALS AND CRIEFS.
The Coming and Going of the People
You Know.
Among these who started for Balti?
more hut night to nttend the Sayrc
Thomas wedding tomorrow were Miss?
es Lady Anne Booker. Mackle YoiilSg,
Lillian Young, Helen Rutherford, Mrs.
S. H. S?yre, Mr.;Charles R. Sayre and
Lieutenant Charles K. Malldry. Mr.
Joseph Massey will start for Baltimore
this evening.
Mrs. Wills Lee, accompanied by her
daughters, Misses Rosa Leo and Es?
ter Lee. started last night for Balti?
more.
Mr. Preston Hundley, formerly con?
nected with the Johnson pharmacy,
now in business in Richmond, spent
yestcrdaj in Hamilton.
Miss Papille Glic.?nian. of Philadel?
phia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R.
Auerback, In West Queen street.
Prof. A. D. Wright has returned
from Richmond, to which point ho was
called by the Illness of his father.
Missus Minnie' Louise Butler and
Luclle Butler have returned to Rich?
mond, after a visit;to Mr. and Mrs.
A. Tyler Hull, in West Queen street.
Mrs. Williams, wife of Lieutenant
Military Williams, of the United
States navy, is slopping at Rodd's
cottage.
Misses Nelia and Klsle Lindsay have
returned from a visit to Maryland.
The Bridge Whist club will be en?
tertained by Mrs. K. W. Hudgins Ibis
morning.
Miss Maggie Walker has left for ft
visit to Charles City county.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Car*, who have
been visiting in the North, have re?
turned Home.
Mrs. Arthur H. Segar, who has been
ill, is now Improving.
Miss .lauie Whiting slutted Sunday
'or a teji days' visit in Raleigh. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Massey
hav.e as their guest, Mr. W. VC. Rose,
>f Washington.
Councilman w. w. Richardson left
Here last night for Baltimore.
Mr D. H. Rucker, Jr., slaricd yes
erday for Lynchburg, where he will
visit relatives.
Mr. S. M?rback lias gone to Phlla
lelphla for a short visl'.
Raised a Disturbance.
Bonnie Smith, forties! Johnson, .las.
barter atid Hiury Johnson, four cnlor
ed oyster.mcs, were before Mayor
Jones SundaV morning to answer the
charge of raising a disturbance on
Hampton wliarf. They were o'aeli as?
sessed Mi?B, ffhe quartet got drunk
Saturday night und early Sunday
morning created u disturbance. Police
Sergeant Leslie Curtis. Policemen
Purges and Watts arrested the men,
cud as they were oy'stermen Mayor
.lones held a special session of the
police court to try them,
I
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shapes anil ready-to-wear Hats for Ladies, Misses aud Children.
Special Silk and Jet Hats, 98c.
Mrs. I. M.
Hudgins Block, No. 39.
Burges' Millinery
The Leading HILL1NERY on the Peninsula.
We show by far the largest and most varied assort
mentof Hats to be found in Hampton. Tbtre are ap
2 propriate styles for every one. We guarantee BaJiffac
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Having Purchased the Plant of the H-impton, Transfer
Go., we will be in a better position than ever
b-fore to haul your baggage.
All classes of light hauling will be done In connection with our
present business of heavy hauling, stevedoring, furniture hauling aud
the general transfer business.
Give us a call when you want a trunk sent to Old Point or any
other point.
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10 Acre Farm
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miles from Newport News. $3,000.
Easy forms.
Victoria Ave. Lot
Near Xrmlstead; most desirable
neighborhood In Hampton. $1,300
Cottage at Buckroe
In best section, for sale, or wll;
be rented for the winter months
at low .rental. Was occupied last
winter. j,
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Real Efttste, Rental, rire insur?
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It pays to advertise.
WISEMENTS-Contmued.
CARMINES and DIGGS
HAMPTON'S LEADING CLOTHIERS.
Mi'it's' $ 12.(11 niul I1L8.50 Suits,
ail new colors. Now
$10.00.
in stiff and soft, $3.00 each:
king of all 13.00 Hilts.
Wo arc solo agent for
$1.00 each; host in the world.
PANTS! PANTS! PANTS!
We have them; have you?
Prices from
$1.00 to $6.00.
Men's long belt-back Crava
nette Overcoats.
$10, $12.50 each
Men's High Rock Fleece
Shirts and Drawers: best in
(own.
50c each
Men's All-wool Underwear, In
all colors,
$1.00 each
Roys' Suits, Lord Baltimore
brand. None better; from
$1.50 to $10 each
and DIGGS
HAMPTON'S LEADING CLOTHIERS
26-2? W. Queen St., Hampton, Va.
Real Estate Bargains.
OTHERS TO OFFER.
$250 buys a good iot'oh Holt street.
' $200 cash; balance easy terms, buys a good 7-room dwelling ami largo
lot, Slifoot front, renting for $120 per year.
\ $2,000 buys a desirable truck farm, well located. Good dwelling and
some outbuildings.
' $500 cash and balance long time buys that desirable Marshall street
homo, 11 rooms and modern conveniences.
$2,500 buys a very desirable home, well located, 1(1 rooms and modern
'conveniences''.
I $2,000 buys u nice US-acre truck farm, well located on Main rund, Nico
dwelling.
$350 buys two desirable lots on Holly street, near ltoulevard.
$125 buys nice high lot on car line at Riverview.
$100 buys nicu llivervlow lot. I ?Wellings for runt In all sections.
Some desirable water front farms.
. Money to loan nt. 0 per cent.
The collection of rents.our.specialty. Have wo the collecting uf yours?
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