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THE MjOIINEN'G- TIMES, SUNDAY, JVIAY 24, 3896.
Grand Opening I
JThiele's Beer Garden.
On THURSDAY,MAY 23th, at4 p.m.,at Rudolph Thielc's Beer J
Garden there will te a Grand Opening. Splendid band, concert 9
and dancing: in the new pavilion, just erected. Lots or fun and ft
harmony an Ideal country farm-fancy poultry, rare birds, 9
ABSENT i!l HISSED
'ftialto and Theaters Deserted
by Well-Known People.
HOPPER'S NEW SUCCESS
"El Capitan" Promises to Run Far
Into Summer Abbey's Trou
bles Are Increasing.
New York, May 22.-The scratch or this
pen across the "paper i enough to break the
quiet that has settled down upon theatricals
oa Manhattau Ifcland. Thisi comparative
ly speaking, of course, for there is alw.ivs
something going on, though the sun blister
Jthe rooftops and drench the inmates with a
bhovver ol iwrspiration.
It it really pathetically lonelj without
Mrs. Maryland Curtew Carter or Chunnnc,
"Wot'ell Taddeu or Fred Eond and his ab
sent boy. The old friends who stay to
remind us of the halcyon das of has-been
ere thoroughbred Dixey and the Lady
Slavey. But the Slavey has given her mis
tress two weeks' notice and tomorrow night
gives up her situatiou at the Casino.
"El Capitau" is pnning as much of a
thoroughbred as the real article at, the
Garrick aud they will run neck and netk
far into the summer De Woir Hopper hugs
himselt as well as his vvir and would hug
Charlev Klein If the skillful hbrcttiM. were
not so far down and he would hug Bousa
it' Washington were not tto lureven for his
long amis to reach, for he ha igota double
barreled success which was niou agreeable
with Matn-worn "Wang" ami melancholy
"Syntax" staring him in the face
You know all about Frcgnh, but have
you heard of his lit Me fight on the side.
While Hamiiicrstoiii exhibits Fregoh. Ko'-ter
& Beal put forth a palpable but weak imi
tation in the person or B.ondi. Fregoh,
uncou-scioiis of the laugh he hab created,
insists on tins nitte on his program
N. B Sig. Frcgoli desires to announce
that every act, play an J opera in his reper
toire is copyrighted and rully protected
u gainst infringement, but that out of pure
kindness he lias given permi .ion to a per
former named Biotidi to use a few of his
creations only, Biondi having formerlj
been in Fregoll's einploj as an assistant on
ANOTHER RIVALS CAST.
The original aIl-tor Rivals cast is to re
turn to Mew York nexi Thur-.daj,t)ut Tues
day night another performance or the Sheri
dan pla is announced winch will discount
it ten to one Manager Harris, of the Oar
rlek, has secured the Herald f-n.ii jreThwPer
and this aggregation of tatem Willie Col
lier, as Bob Acres; Han Daly, sir Airthnnj
Absolute, Andrew Mack, Sir Luuus O'Tr'g
ger; James Rusoell, Lue, .Tolin C Bit,
Captain Absolute; Marie Dressier, Mrs.
Malaprop; Maggie Clint , Ljdia Langui-h;
Oils Harlan, David; Mark Sullivan, Falk
land; Peter Dailev.Fag. This is not to be
S. builesqu", mind 301; at least Manager
Harris sa si! is not, and has inst rue tedfctage
Manager Joseph Humphreys to allow no
uionkej -business or guving. It can"-t hlp
Another bit of fun is the biejele parade,
which will astonish the tranquil Boulevard
on June 6 Manj professionals will Ik? u
line, or. rather, on wheels Among the en
tries I find Jessi' Carlisle, Mabelle Home.
Linda Da Cota,and Marie George, whoaro
the bicjtle quartet in Tiie Lady Slavey;'
Walter Jones, Dan Dalj . Eugene Canfield
und Lewis Morrison
It seems ttiat the Ablcy opera coruique
scheme died a-born:ng Who would have
guessed the reason? Not for lack of capital,
not for lack of repertoire, not for lack of
prospective support, but simplj beca.ie
first-class crand ojera t-t.-irs will rot Ring
in English It is one or the un written
dogmas of the operatic stage that the mo
ment a prima donna smirs m English she is
declassed and niaj iiot return to her ronner
Meantime Mr. Abbe's-personal troubles
are mountain high upon him. His wite has
deserted him. and he is a very sick man, 111
exile in a down town hoteK He will sail
away to Europe as soon as he is able.
Livingpicturcs were served up again laPt
Monday night, but they pnllen. on the taste,
though the poseur made them as nude and
buggestive as she dared. Feople left the
theater in disgust. There is only one
model, Suzzanne Huvcrnois, from Pans.
Her wardrobe is not extensive. It cossets
of a few diamonds, fleshings, and a bored
expression. The bored expression is rather
fetching. Your living picture gcnerally
fennrks as If she regards her undress parade
as a Joke. Bat Suzzanne as a thing of pink
beauty and diamond rings looks as dis
gusted as if she were disgusted with the
vhole affair and had no thought but for
BROADWAT THEATER SOLD.
T. Henry Trench has sold the Broadway
Theater. The first production by the
new management -will be "The Caliph,"
on September 7, presenting Jefferson Ie
Angelisas a star. This will be followed bj
the Whitney Opera Company's new Irish
opera, "Brian Bom," bj Stanislaus Stange
and Julian Edwards, which will have its
premier upon the occasion of the opening
of the A'cw Columbia Theater, in Washing
ton. Ask anv New Yorker what he regards as
the most remarkable feature or the pies
cut season. Will lie say Duse's acting, the
all-star cast in "The Rivals, Chevalier or
Guilbert's success, or the universal bad
business? Mot if he knows it. The pres
ent seven-ilavs" wonder is Trarik Sanger's
-nonderlul feat of making money for the
stockholders in the Madison Square Gar
den, and Uibe.v's surprise balance for
Metropolitan subscribers This is the
first i ear that the Investors in either of these
mammoth enterprises have received a re
turn on their investment. This, in the
. face of a miserably bad season all about
So wags the world away.
Suar IJown-llest Grunuhmd, 5 l-2c.
Our Thca-Xectar makes the best iced tea
la the world. Equals $1 tea elsewhere, GOc.
per pound and a special present wuneerv
pound. Our 50-centTnixvd tea can't be beat
for 70 centselsc where Pine Coffees, 25,28,
30, 33.35, 38 and 40 cents. The Great At
lautic and Pacific Tea Co. Mam store, 50 1
503 7th street, n w. cor. B street; brandies,
813 H street ne., and all priucinal
Important to rcnMoncris.
James H O'Donnell, notary public, orfice
No. 326 Pennsylvania avenue, Capitol
Hill, will open his office on l-ension day,
June 4, at 5 o'clock a rii to accommo
date pensioners who wisii to execute their
vouchers, lie will promptly forward all
vouchers to the rensiou Agency. Charges
very reasonable. niy23-eod-tf
rJonse-Benters' Search Made JCnsy.
Persons contemplating renting a house or
country place will save many a -weary
hour by consulting the list of places to rent
furnished by The Times Real EstatcBureau
In next Sunday's Times. Sec full page ad
vertisement la this Issue.
Coming: to the Theaters.
The Nejsv National has for the last week
of the present season an attraction. or merit,
but one which appeals with personal at
tractiveness to ttu theatergoers or ihiscity.
Tomorrow evening Miss Mary Sanders
makes her debut as a star.
Charles Bradley, an author, whose plays
are better known m England and Aus
tralia than m America, has written espe
cially lor her an original comedy in thrc
acts, "Her Brother Bob " It teds an In
teresting story or girls' college life, inter
weaving a humorous love tale of a girl
who took an ami-man vow and liven to
repent it when she met her true lov e.
Alary Sanders will play the part of the
Wellesley uutlergradu.it e, Aland Monroe will
play a clasmaie, :.nd Agues 1-indlay will
appear in the character or u strong-minded,
woman's college preceptor. Joseph Wheel
ock, jr . plas a joung Englishman, who
bewitches the heroine. Others nr the cast
of professional acquaintance with Washuig
toniansarercrcy Brooke and John Findlay,
two admirable character actors, and Charles
Mackay, recently credited with a dis
tinguished success as Capt. aosouiic m
The testimonial benefit to Manager Eu
gene Kernan Monday evening, June 1, is
calculated to prove an artistic as well as
financial success Mr. Kernan is a man
ager of nearly thirty years standing, and
an acquaintance winch includes tne repre
sentatives of everj walk of lire. He nas
duufvLj suit-ess wan roau attractions
as well as with theaters, and has repeated
lj given evuieuee 01 executive aomiy,
sagacity, judgment aud energy, whicu
lorm the managerial make-up.
.Manager Kernan nus ueoiued to close the
tioura 01 the Ljccuui tins week, which vvai
vinioit mm to iiiinuugiiiy prepaie lor 111c
u.ji.. ui ui-sil,tuii. wCjotjti a ut'wa) ov c
ing, June 2. A compan numbering lortj
pti-sons lias oeen uh,.i-m. 1 ney cuinc lrun.
.. iorn. cjI aim ciiivc 111 usiuugiou
tins cvt-iilui;. avenearsald will Deiu in
1 no company, as well as the productions,
Will be uiiul-i iiie personal uin-i.uon or air
Jonn Ur.evcs, tne eiiicent producer ana
stage director, air urieves acted in a biiu
uai capat.li. at jjaniiHiuui ueacn lastsuin
mer, V litre tils -worn uilc.leU eiitnustasliL
praise iroiu tin. crn.es. J ne companj win
niciutie maiij wtu Known ounesque people
and a thorns ol ntleen prettj girls.
me tomiort of Auiiuigt-i j,iiuins pa
irons will ne mane an oojt-tuve point. Ine
summer gardui, adjoining the ineater, is
anoltier ,.uv.iuia!,- til Hie Ljceuin 1 his
wul be adorned with magimiteut palms
and expensive plants. A stage will be
t rcclou at 1 tie souiu end 01 tne garden,
unon VMm.11 uii cceiieta vaunevme per
lormancc will be given after the regular
tnieruiinmeiib 111 iii tueatcr. but out uu
mission wdl be charged.
Of the innnj benetiis jjiten in our citj
one or the best is mat 01 tr.e aw.iciies tit
tne lai.ijeue nquaio t'pera tiouue it is
not gotten up 101 Hit purpose 01 uaviug a
goou nine, nut uu iuuuiii 01 ine lung
i.tiioil 01 unie tney aie wnuout worK, .nia
i, ti.crciure, meis t,-uiisioi.ruoie 10 nn.ui
Ai.ej have arranj,eti an uAceilent progwuu,
.i.nu liCiiumeioii-) miiiutecr-! t uu i.ii 1 uiuic
lorwaro vui do intir tAcl 10 reudei ilit--c
Ant ov.ic.ii Mniiake place on WedneMiay
evening, June a, aud inu loliowmg aitisis
will u pi .car "Mr. jutnes Watson, and Mis
.inu. ouosoii 111 tuifit; Mt. ehuries lv.
naiiioi ., .miss -iim.i t iubs, air but . itisttr,
Mr. Henry Xaiider, Mrs. lUltj 'ihompoou
eerrj, An Euwaru nroop, Apollo tiuai
lelle, coiuxjQsed 01 Messrs Keeside, Turpiii,
MacKarlaint and ifjan; Miss irary Lileu
jiovve, Aittsis. Went, Jxeiiher aim toiiitis
or the Ltntuicum institute, in Morron's
larce, '--vpnl tools;" Madrid Mandolin
Quartette, .Master Archie Thomas, 111 laucj
iiUnccs; Mr harry Hhackiciord, Ailss uei
trude Ravenberg, etc Box. orfice opens
on Uhursdaj next lor ale or teats, and
tickets inaj also Le exchanged on and alter
That announcement that brings vvith it
new musical pleasure and anticipation
and the votaries of the "March King" and
his music, an 1 lies' of all ins supero band,
will hear with satisfaction the uews that
his concert in tins city will lie given this
evening at me l-aiajette ftquaie Opera
I'ernaps the greatest charm of the Soiisa
coticc-Ls is the variecv r t.ie aelections and
musical etrorts vvluci characterize them,
borne leaders are oistinguisiieU tor tin'ir
rendition or class'c.11 vvorks, others rortneir
iiopular music. Sousa hems equally :,
Home 111 both, an 1 ei'her in his programs
or his encores ne alternates "from grave
to gay" 'Troiii lively to severe" in a man
ner that never permits interest to pall ror
a moment. He recognizes, as few leaders
besides Uiliuore have, the vimie of va
rieLj, and tloes iml consider it inconsist
ent vvith his character as a musical caterer
to rollow up tic heavj co'irsesof harmony
with light confeet mils or merry and foot
stirring mclodj. At oue moment he ib ii
the midst of a Wagner overture or a Schu
bert symphony ani the next he is rollick
ing in a lively plantation dance or one of
his own inspira' ing an 1 inimitable marches.
In this way he varies tiie moo 1 and emo
tions f his hearers causing them literally
to laugh anJ cr m turns, but neither long.
ItEV. Dlt. STAFFORD TO LECTURE.
for Georgetown Athletic Assouiutloii.
Rev. D.J.Stafford, D.D., the distinguished
preacher of this city, is to delner a lecture
in behalf of the Athletic Association of
Georgetown University on next Thursday
evening:. May 28, at 8 o'clock, In Allen's
Grand Opera House.
His subject will be"Chrlslopher Columbus:
his genius and Inspiration." The reputa
tion of the lecturer Is widespread and suf
ficient of itself to ensure a crowded hoiibe,
and besides the student- of the university
are making earnest efforts in selling the.
tickets and have already dispo-ed of a
Jnrge number among the many fnends of
Dr. Stafford is well known for his rare
eloquence and surpassing dramatic ability,
and enjoys an emlable reputation for his
Biieceilul lectures on Shakespeare and
Dickens and for his polished and effertne
renderings ofselections from these authors.
The subject on winch he -will lecture next
Thursday evcningaffoidshima wide scope
for learning and eloquence, and it will
no doubt be treated by the Doctor in his
usual scholarly and eloquent stjle. -
Turners nt Iliver View.
The German residents of 'Washington
will again today take possession of the
cool and shady lawns of the popular River
View excursion resort and will, with their
characteristic jollity, proceed to have a
good time. The Columbia Turn Verein
gives its annual excursion to the View
today, and with ood weather this is an
assurance that a large crowd will be in
attendance. As on previous jcars. an
interesting program of athletic sports by
a class of joung people has been arranged
for the edification of their elders. There
will he parallel and horizontal bar ex
ercises, vaulting, running, leaping, forming
jijramids and other feats to test the strengi
and activity of the joung German athletes.
Chris. Arth's band will be in attendance
tviid will render the popular German airs.
All the attractions at the View, including
the new water chute, which has just been
completed, will be in operation, and manj
will take advantage of the opportunity to
"shoot the chute." Shooting the chute is
now the rage at River View, and though
the chute has been in operation but a week
hundreds have already taken the ride
down the incline in the chute boats. The
steamer Pentz will make three trips for the
View today, leaving her wharf here at
11 a. m.. 2.45 and 6 p. m. The tickets,
which are 2oc. can be had at the wharr.
The regular season at River View opens
on Saturdaj next. Decoration Dajr.
Before purchasing u bouse or lot or a
countrj'plncc consult The Times RealEstatu
Bureau, Times BuiHfng. See full page ad
vertisement in tuisQMte.
Music and Musicians.
Millard's anthem, "Come, Holy Spirit,"
will be suug at the morning and evening
services ol St. Paul's Epicopal Church;
alio Tours' tominunicm service Ml 1 ni.U
King Hall's "Jiagniiieat" and "J-unc Dun
lins 'in K ilat v,ni ne ivut of tne musical
Miss Goodwin sang Watter's "For the
Sake ol ine Past" with gieat expression,
ana Airs lteiuy Berr m tne'igmingaie's
hong 'aim a i.ltasiug cniiad ticugnicu the
atsLiuinage at iiie soutiieru Mu J i cstival.
The annual election or the Capital Glee
and Ituniuaiciii t-luns resiilied in the lol
lowiug belectioiiB 01 oniters for ine en
suing it-ar. or ihe RuiuiibUiu, airs. P. A.
Oaroeuer, president; airs. c. A. rseale, vice
Iireoidem, auss blanche A. 1'cwell, setre
lury; Mrs. Armat tjtodd.irt, treasurer; .Miss
hitiabetn tomouu, noranun, atibs May A.
Levers, ab-.isiaut limariati, members of
hoard, Mits .Mamie Clear aud Miss
Larua i-rencn. chorus comiiiitlee.
Air. J. T. Wiutcrs, chairman, and
aiisses iiereti Stotsonuiitgano uertna Davv
tou; executive committee, Mrs. C. A. Neale,
chairman, airs. Kex hmlin and Miss Isooel
Du hois; acioiniwnist, aliii Cl.ua lassi'tt.
For the Capital Glee Club, Mr. S. S. Shedd,
re-elected president, O. C. bine, vice pies
ideut; Dr.AIac U.AlacNainell.correspomiiiig
secreiurj. B. O. Asinussen, iinunciul secit--tary,
re-elected; Willis B. Magruder, treab
urer. V. S. Uutchinsoii, librarian; meiubers
or board, C. C. Crart, A. at t-orrester , R. 11
Atkinson. Prot. N. DuShane Cloward, di
rector lor Loth clubs.
Tho llllQlfnl Tirni'r.un ri t. Ilio fiiiturtnin.
nient at tne Chinch 01 Our Father, included
., i if. roll , niiiiiinr. I... II.. 1 ..1. II,
Bj ran, Pinsuti's "Queen or toe Earth;", iso- I
Iiiano solo by Miss JessU-a 1'abier, cornet l
solo, by Mr. Elphonzo Youngs, Jr.; "Be- J
douin Love ong, by Mrs. J. 1 . Exim ions;
violin solos, "interuiem)," iroin "Cava
leria Rusticana," and uuiet's ' Loin ilu
Bal, by Auss Florence Henri King; violin I
j accompanists, Prof. E A Long, S. Cohen, 1
N. Phillips, and II. Glutk, pianists, .Miss (
uisie uike anu auss ueoekau uenrenu. 1
'Hie Aladrids alwavs respond quickly to
appeals for their 6ervlr-es in charltv nter- t
titnnienls, while their sweet music is highly
appreciated ntmanv social 1 uneiious. 'j ney
vv in pin at Hie rirtmen s benefit at Metier J
ott's Monday night. At the formal open
lug or banners A. Siainan's new music
building they rendered srlec'ions Troth " Car
men " At the Southern Alemorlal Hall,
cnterlalnmeni thev pleased with arrange
ments Irotn the "Wizard of the Nl-e,"
"Around the Metropolis," and "Indian Alail
Galop." They will shortlj start on a pro
fessional tour. 1
St John's Church, in Georgetown,,
gave, WtihiCBi'.ay evening, a brilliant enter
tainment ror the leneneor the choir Airs j
Daisy Louise Pox gave a innsterlj inter-
pretaliou ot Listz'.s "Twelfth Rhapsodle," j
ami aiso t iiopurs "uonceno in 1. ' auss
Anna Al.iy Bacon gave "The Sixth Hun
ganauRhupso(he"andthe"Is.ibel Waltzes "
the Kamp Town Soshul Club, a lecal or
ganization, uihvtued two evenings vvith
varied comic selections, 1 uesday. night
their selections were "Camp Town,"
"Monte arlo." "Way Down In Florida,"
"True Words," "Brown October Ale,"
and the "Soldier's Dream "
Fndav evening at a festival given by
the Ladies' Aid Society ut the Church of
the Reformation. Mrs Knjly and Mrs. J
Sutherland gave a piano duet, AIIs BrocSe j
u. euiitr.iito soio. Jir r jtiiiiinii niiiiereu
Hauser's "Hongroise Rhapsodic " Air.
George Alelhs find Airs Lily Lipham were
the vocalists, mid .mihms Doia and Bcrtlta
Hall were heard 111 a violin and piano
selection 1'or young performers they
displajcd great skill
The Carroll Institute .Minstrels gave two
ter.v successrul jiertormnnces on Alonday
and Tuesday evenings ror the benefit of the
poor of St. Patrick's parish.
Friday evening the committee for the C.
E. convention of 9G gave an informal re
ception to the Endenvorersof the District
111 tlit'ir eomiiiiMt'i' lio.iiloiinrtrs in tlu
Sanders & btamnn new building, No. 1327 1
t street northwest. The rooms, were
adorned with mauv trophies or souvenirs of
Mr. Gerrj. the lusso of the Church of
the Reformation, goeh to the choir of the
New Church Swcdciitior'iian on the 1M or
June. Mrs. Susanuc oldberg is musical di
rectress. The Baltimore String Quartet plajed a
composition or Mr. h... -v. l.mj in Baltimore
last week. The selection h.is thiee moe
ments, allegro, and. into and rondo. The
work -wasimnieii-.elj applauded and highly
appreciated. -Mr. Lovj u one of Washing
ton's loung violinists, who is rnpidlv gain
Schubert's overture. "Rosamunde." as
plajed by Mr. Oscar KniUsch, was a no
ticeable U'.iturcor the grand musicaletliat
signalicd the opening of handers Ac Staj
inan s inu inusii house. Man pioiniiient
music uins contributed artistic numbers, and
the evening was one ol genuine delight to
lovers or ha rnionj.
The Sundnj Night club had their usual
brilliant ana enjojablc meeting. A no
t.ceable mimbei ,was Suietan.i s "Trio "
lor piano, Joliii and 'cello. 'J his Uohc-
...'.", "i.1'w'-' "orK is very heaulilui
Glllefs "Loin du Bal," Gounod's Ave Ma
ria and Mtnrielssolin's "Caiino-o Rondo''
and "Laiiguon. u3 Miss .Marshall, were
among the selections. Perrormers were
'rl!V.,",'J''l'. -Miss Lisie i, KtJ
""" Jii. i.un.uu J-iOVJ
Musical serj ices at St Matthew's in the
morning will include Pecher'j, vim
music cimjr.ia.-8 a "eni Creator.'' a "c
for contralto mulc bj Mr. B Lrom It
will Ik sung bj Mrs.M N. Mart.n. an dior
oliertorj erdi's "Ave Mai fa." ' tr n,r
soprano, tenor and baritone. This will
be rendered by Miss Carrie M. Cottcnll
Messrs, William II. Uiirmtt;iim t. v.. in!
turn Crgo" Mi. W H. Burnett will be the
tenor soloist for tins number, by the w hole
choir. Miss Jennie Gli'iinan. organist, L
E. Gannon, musical ire.lctor.
The first pupils' musieule or the Misses
MacRei uoliis and Koehle took place mi
?irtr hacni"e at.No-J4-3 Cliapm street.
Both ladies use the Stuttgart ConservV
tory methods, and their juipil, "hovv
the result or careful training. Part nrst
of the program exhibited the prolicieiicv.
or .Miss Katharine MacRej nolus' ci 0,
ars ns, pianists, vhile the second half was
entirely the work or joung violinists, who
have had instruction under Fraulein ianuy
Koehle. Master Hermann Dissell anil
Miss Maud Walking deserve especial men
tion, while Miss Barnett in 'singcleS'
Fantasia tleganti" displajed grcal, tasto
and skill in her interpretation. The fol
lowing program was given: Diabclh's
"Andaine Oantabile," as a pi.-mo duo, by
Misses Mollie Dissell and Helen Farrinir
ton; Hauptman's "Soiialine," a moiid
solo, by Master Henry Du Boih; Afhmal's
"Hunting Song," Master Hermann Dissell
Eugelstein's "Love Song, Miss Laura
Wheatley; Lebert and Stark's "Alaj'ourka "
Iiss Maud Watkins; piano duet, J3 Sing
er's Gaotle," the Misses Spccht and
Elbery; Schubert's 'Scher7o," in h-flat
Miss Bushnell; Schubert's "Sonatine ''
Misses Countable and Barnett; Schubert's
"Impromptu," in a-flat, opus 142, 3iliss
Strattou; Garn'a "JJerceuse," and Bohm's
"Intermezzo," Miss Lucy Mason: Men
delssohn's "Jagdlied," Mis Katharine
Constable; Handel's "La rgo," led by
Frauleui Koehle and the Misses Barnett
Hopper, Elberj . Mason and Speclit, closed"
Mrs. Laidee Smith, the accomplished
soprano soloist or St. Matthew's Choir,
has tendered her resignation to the rector
of the church. The pure, sjmpatheticruial
lty of her voice has long been the delight
of the music-loving portion of that, con
gregation, and her withdrawal will be
missed by her many friends and admirers.
Money to l.oun on .Rml Estate
at the very lowest rates In sums to suit.
Call on or address The Times Real Estate
Bureau, Times Building. Sec full page -ad-
verttaement in this issue. - ,
iv ' wl "V. " ,,,,!s ' iieMibtainpflln
Miss Mary Swcenej. At 4 o'clock p m.
Merc-.idanu-s and UioiaS psalms, erdi'
o'V? ai5.ri,.u, ,'Rt,K'' Coeli," bv M. v
Gillsin, "O ba titans." a base numfier. sung
l .Mr. John II Nolan, and m .,., t- .. ..."
Art! and Artists.
Blanks for the, first annual exhibition
or the Washington Water Color Club, to
be given at the- Cosmos Club, December 7
to 12 inclusive, have Ircn printed, and
can be hail tin' application to Aliss Lillian
Cook, at the' Corcoran School of Art.
It is the intl'rittpn of the society to make
the first exhibition a buceess, and to do
this they wish to have blanks distributed
among the artists before they leave the
city for the summer. 'so that those wishing
to enter pictures may have plenty or time
to prepare tfieni during vacation.
Only original , works fa water color,
pastel and black and white ate cligiolu.
No collet tions wjill be made by the club, and
all workb must he scut to Air. Dunbar's
studio, south west corner of Sev enteeuth and
G btreets, on Friday and Saturday, No
vember 21 and 22, lrom 0:30 a. m. to G
No works will be received after 6 p. m.
on Saturday, November 21. All works
must be framed, and no oval rrunies will
be at ceptcd.
Other rules governing the exhibition are
about the same as usual.
The annual exhibition and awarding of
prices by the Corcornn School of Art will
take place Wednesday, .May 27. at -1:30
p. in. Invitations have been issued to the
press- and friends of, the school only, and
admission will be by card, Jint the exhibi
tion" will be open to the public on Thurs
day, Triday and Saturday, at the rooms of
the school, on Seventeenth street.
Each competitor is allowed six draw
ings, three from the antique.and three from
life. Positions on the line are acquired
by drawing letters from a box.
No name or mark of any kind will be
011 the drawings to identify them, and the
award will be made in a strlclly impartial
Air. Henry Alosler and Air William Snr
tain, both of New York, .with Air. Henry
Thoiiron, a director of the reiinsvlvauia
Academy of Fine Arts, will compose the
jury of award. The prizes are medals
The first prize is a $1G0 medal vvith .1
medallion of the lato W. W Corcoran on
oue side and the name of the receiver and
purpose of the award inclo'sad in a wreath
of laurel on the other. The second prize
is a bronze medal of the sime die and in
scription. Honorable' mentt on will be
given to some of the other drawiugs.
Air George Gibbs is engaged on Illustra
tions for "navj stones," by Charles Led
jard Norton, aud "Above the Ringe," by
Theodora R. Jenness, published by Wilde
& Co. of Boston A series of studies about
the Capitol and White House for "Once
a Week" are also on the easl.
.Miss Daisy It. King, the sculptor, has re
cently fitted up as a studio the old church
at the corner of Nineteenth and H streets
northwest. The place was once used by
Air. Ellicottas a studio, when he made his
statue of Gen. AUCIellan One thing espe.
chilly prized bv Aliss King is her model
throne of rough planks. wJiich was the
property or the late Thomas Hovenden
when he did some work here a few vears
She has in progress a heroic statue or
Sampson and anidearstiidy for a fountain.
Other ideal studies, besides several por
trait busts, will engage tier during ttie
summer. I. E. A.
If yoti-hnva a house o2ot to exchdngo
for city or country property, try Tho Times
Real Estate Bureau. Continuous adver
tising free " Sije fultfiiuge advertisement in
this issue for particulars
Fir tho next seven dajs at special "cut
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jou and r-eo what it will do or jou.
A nuigniticentst qk of i-quarc. Uprisht and
Grand Pianos to -elect fio . Prices of souk
as low as SCO. Pajuents as low as So. Extra
discount for cash or larga paj incius
1'ianos tuned, rcp.m eu, moved, packed, ana
John F. Ellis &. Co.,
Cln'ckerlng Piano Rooms,
937 Penn. Ave.
PR1XTEIIS ANTJ BOOKBINDERS
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dialers anu Binners. 22 rata St. 1.1.
When jou'vesct the date for that annual
excursion lot us give jou an estimate on the
cost of printing th's tickets, tncnlars, pro
(juick. accurate, attractive work a-suicu.
IVcCILL &. WALLACE, Printers,
1107 E street northwest- 'Phono raj.
Makes the hot vteatlici boarab'e hj
makmg v om house and olllco at cool
as possible. Electric light i3Jnuch
cooler than gas lulit aml.iuuch bet
ter. An electiicfan will make an
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jou want now or for a fan orcturent
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And Electric Lights for Little Money.
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r29 lOlh st. N. W. Phone 3S0.
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Lawn Fertilizers, Flowtr
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P. MANN & CO.
207 7th St. N. IT.
EjT prices paid for old gold and
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SHEET MUSIC Get tho latest opera
"Flour do Lis." All the Latest Sonjrs.
GEORGE J. BECKER. Piano Timing.
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We nro ilso sub agents for tho popu
lar "Crciceut" Bicycles.
1 George A, Young & Co.,
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I 811 G STREET N. W.
J MONDAY M0RNING.J
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2 The size In Common Sense J
aro 2 and 3-; in Opera Toes. 3 -ft
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$ Our Remodeling- Sale af-
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8350 Kimb-Ul Piano...
SS 325 Whitney Thino. .
,, 350 Hlt.zn Piuno
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.Steamship tickets via all lines to all i
parts of the world. Passenger
ticket agents C. t O H. R.
1110 F Street N. W. $
! EXCHANGE, 1331 H ST. N. W. J
Reasonable prices paid for same. A
A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE
At aU Soda Fountains
-Fortifies the system against trie
ravages of summer heat and pre
vents sunstroke. Promotes diges
tion and makes eating a pleasure,
Peo-Kola is the discovery of Mr.
! A. W. Stewart, a well-known New
lVtr -Tiomftr and is COmOOUnded
S lOrK cnemLiIy ano 1 tuu'l,"u"1;tu
finm the celebrated JS.ola-iNat
I whose wonderful effect in stimulat
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ing up the nervous system is well
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Professor Elliott, the noted botan
ist of London, declares that " One
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pense with food and drink and sup
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Bottles for Home Use, 75 Cents.
Specialist in all
and nervous dis
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or no charge. No
arate room for
Hours, 11 a. in.
to 5 p.m.; Thurs
day, 11 a. m. to
7:30 p. m.; Sun
day, 10 to 12 a.m.
1113 G St. n. w.
Priffi $1 23
1 1 luu &Luv
S&c, &c. Opening-day there will be athletic sports, loot races,
three-legfgred races, potato races, and so forth. Prizes will be !
S given away to successful competitors. Grand double ten-pin and T
bowling: alley. Prizes will be g:iven here, also, to the best bowlers. 9
Thiele's Beer Garden Is situated between Good Hope and Sliver
ft Hill. Buses will meet the Anacostia cars and convey passen- Q
ft gers to the garden. A well-stocked cafe attached. Don't miss $
a this grand opening. Come and bring your friends along: and X
a have a real good time in the country. Special invitation to
T bicyclists. RUDOLPH THIELE, Proprietor. ?
iftl ift ..fi f ti fB 1 ill 1 iA&0ntib4&i4Bkft& ilMlimlMWiM'iliii nffinli Wl Mi tdtvCmttfti
ALL WILL BE READY FOR THE
On Decoration Day, Saturday, May 30, 1896, of the
INTERNATIONAL ATHLETIC PARK.
Situated upon the Hue or the Great Falls Electric Rai.way and the Conduit Road; bu
thirty minutes from the center of the city.
AX EXCELLENT PKOGIt VM OF BICYCLE RACES.
FAXCY AND THICK BICYCLE RIDING BY MASTER CABRERA.
MUSIC AND EVOLUTIONS BY TIIE FAMOUS MOUNT PLEASANT FIELD BAND
Concert after the racing program in tho Grand Stand Promenade by the Greater
Musical Instrument of the age, the Blasius Self-playing Piano.
Park open at 1 o'clock u. m.: program com-eences at 3 o'clock aharp.
POPULAR PRICES OF ADMISSION.
To tho Park, 25c. Grand Stand, 2jc and 50c extra. Boxes, seatmz aix. $8. Reserved Seats
numbered, now on sale at Droop fc Son's, Uij Pa. Ave.
ALLEH'S GRAItD OPERA HOUSE.
THURSDAY EVKMNC. MAY 28.
Lecture by tho
Rev. D. J. Stafford, D. D.,
His Genius and Inspiration,
Under the auspices of tho
Georgetown University Athletic Association.
General Admission, 50c; Reserved Seats, os
and SI. feeati may be stcuro lor exchanged at
the Box Orhce on and after Ma 25.
CIRST CRAND EXCURSION
r ST. JOSEPH'S BItAXCir, Mo. T12.
C. K. of A..
TO BUEKA VISTA,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1S9J.
Boat leaves wharf foot of 6th and O St3.
S. V . 10 and 11 a. in. and from 1 to S p. m.,
every hour, 'tickets, 2 cents. It
A RT ENTERTAINHENT
r FOR THE BENEFIT Oi
TUE KI'EGLO TAMILT. 2C0 Snperb Dis
solving Views, including Prof. Rossell's mag
nificent illu trated recital, "TUE RAVEN"
St. John's Parish Hall. Tue-day ev e June 2.
Tickets, 2"c For sale at Metzciotts.
ANOTHER GERMAN DAY
Beautiful River View
Columbia Turn Verein,
SUNDAY May 24-tli SUNDAY
Grand athletic cxhibi inn.Arth'a superb band
in concert. The Steamer Pentz lrom her
wharf today at 11 a. in., 2:5oand6p. in.
TICKETS, 25 CENT:.
E. S. R.VN'DALTi. Sole Proprietor.
CTTE-APEMvE AND POTOMAC STEAM
BOAT COMPANY'S PAL.VUE STEAMER
Daily except Monday, cminencin.j May SO,
from Clj de Dock, foot of 7th sr., at 0 a. in.
The only boat allowed to land at tho
Eputa's Orchestra. Unexcelled Table.
For excursion rates aDply at General Office,
Kellogi; Buitdinjc. 1116 F at.
Season Opens MAY 30.
Attractions and service better than ever.
Xtoiiml-trlp Fare, 50c.
For particulars call on S. B. HEG E, DU
tnct Pasiencer Agent B. & O., 705 loth St
Washington. D. C.
WEDNESDAY, JLNE 3, 1896.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
DOMAIN OT DISTRICT OF COLCMDIA.
TICKKTS, 25 CBNTS.
RIVER QUEEN 9:"0 a. m. and 'iO p. in.
MACALESTER 10 a. in.. 2-.-0 and 0C0 p. m.
mjiWl. jcl. 2.J
EXCURSION AND MAY FESTIVAL
' Oivon by the United Lodges I. O.K. of P.,
, MONDAl,May25. 189a Prize Bow linK.
SteainerSeiifferle leaves at 10 and I
11 li a. in.
i and fronrPtoS i. ni. hourly.
At Marshall Hall,
Sunday, May 24, '96,
AND EVERY DAY DURING MAY
Ladies are especially invited on these excur
sions. Steamer CIIAS. MAUALESTER will leave
th st. wharf at 11 a. m. "iiO and 6u50 p. in.
Leaving Marshall Hall 1.C0, i:i and 9 p. m
.viusic on boat at .Marsnau iau Dy i'
On week davs steamers leave jt 10 a. m. and
FARE, ROUND TRIP. 2oc.
Dinner. 75c, including the celebrated Mar
shall Hall Clam Chowder.
pRAHD 0PEITIRG, )
Colonial Beach Route.
Palace Steamer JANE MOSELEY.
Grand Excursions SATURDAY and SUN
DAY. May 30th and Slst, Thousands of dol
lars in improvemedts. Grand concert and
dancing music Delightful breeze-, on cool
and spacious humcane deck. Extensive,
dancing room. Round trip only COc Chil
dren 23c. Steamer leaves dock foot Sixth St.
9 a. ni. sharp, Home, 9:30 p. m.
Colonial Beach Excursions.
Palace Steamer "Jane Moseley."
Season commences Sat, May 30.
Books now open, and Chnrcho", Sunday
schools, and all bona fide Societies may seenre
select dates. Terms amazingly low for de
lightful all-day excursions on tho beautiful
Office, No. 619 Penna. Ave.
Gen. Agt Colonial Beach Steamboat Co.
G E 'mSr
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
"' ONE WEEK ONLY
BEGINNING TOMORROW NIGHT
SMISS HARY P
JOSEPH WHEELOCK, Jr-
AND THE FOLLOWIKO WASHINGTON
EBW. A. PAULTOH.
CHAHLES D. PITT.
IN THE NEW AND ORIGINAL COMEDY
n bob r
ESPECIALLY WEITTE5 FOR MISS SAHDER
BY rhoi-lae TZAImr C
vnui iw uiauiwj, iovj.
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.
AFAYEHE SQUARE OPERA HODSL
FAREWELL APPEARANCE OF
America's March King;
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Erilliant Assisting: Artists:
Miss Minnie Tracer Soprana
Mile. Jeanne Franks TioBnist
Mr. Arthur Pryor Tromkne
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1. BoxSsats, $1.5(1
Box Omce open from I p m.
or 'Washington. Cycling taught on x lilWJ
ft floor Competent instructors. Charge
small. Music every evemnj. d and P
streets. J. Han Bnttain. Msr. Tata Katree;
BALLROOM OF STEWART CASTLE.
edne-dAy. M. STTSfJa p. nu
Lecture fi r the beuent of V. C W- S. A.
Bv Mrs. Lncv UnUe ivood McCann.
the Ru-Un master. Zcritr a
Palm reading lrom the audience.
Tickets at Mctzerott's. Price, SI-
Chevy Chase Lake and the beautiful
grove bordering its fcanks is the ideal
place to spend a few hours each day dur
ing the summer months. The grounds are
kept clean, and perfect order i3 maintain
ed. A delightful place to take your chil
dren for a Jay's outing to mam la the
woods surrounding the lake shore. Ac
commodations are made for picnic parties,
and no better place can be found for the
purpose. Donch's band will play every
evening during the snoitner from S until
10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on the
lake at all times. Take cars of the Cupl
tal Traction Company.
On the Crest of tha Alleg"haal33.
(Mala Line 3. & 0. R. R.)
SeasonOpens June 22, 1896
For rates, rooms, and other information
appl v to D. C. JON'SS, Manager. B. Jt O. Cen
tral Building, Baltimore. Md. up to June loth;
after that date. Deer Park. Md.
HOTEL ROYAL-Open for the sea
son; ror rates, circulars and particu
lars, -write to HOTEL. ROYAL. Front
Royal. Ya- mv2Q-10t-em
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