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ABOUT PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
The Coming Attractions at the
Local Theaters.
Margai et Mather, the Duff Company
and Salvini.
The IJuffg to Give Miss Helyett-Mar
g-aret Mather and Her Reper
toire—News Notes About
Stage Matters.
The J. C. BuiT |opera organization,
whirh appears at the Grand on Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings, has a reper
toire this season of Cavalleria Rustic
ana, Trial by Jury and Mies Helyett.
They will open Tuesday night with a
double bill—Cavalleria Rusticana and
Trial by Jury, aud on Wednesday night
the musical comedy, Miss Helyett,
which has had such a phenomenal run
in London, Paris aud New York, will be
given. Its music is by Amlran, and the
book has been adapted irom the French,
by David Belasco. The dialogue in its
present form is very clever and sufficient
ly risque. The idea which permeates the
comedy is'intensely Frenciiy. Miss
Helyett, while staying at a hotel, in the
Spaniph Pyrenees, falls down a moun
tain, nnd is picked up by an unknown
man, who does not see her face, as it is
covered by her clonk, nor does she see
him. None but the bold nioun'aineer.
whose arms had encompassed the fair
Helyett, and whose eyes had fea?ted
upon her trim ankleß, when in a com
promising position on the moun
tain, must be privileged to mar
ry her. The search for this
unknown hero, by herself and
her father, constitutes the main idea of
the plot, and the many mistakes and
uncertainties into which they both fall
leads to many amusing siuatious.
The prima donna of the company is
Miss Helen Bertram, a clever singer and
actress, and an exceedingly pretty
woman. Mr. Charles Bassett is the
tenor. The company numbers tiO peo
ple in all, and includes, besides Miss
Helen yon Doenhoff, Miss Villa Knox,
Mies Minnie De Rue, Mies Drew Don
aldson, Mr. J. H. Ryley, the comedian,
and Messrs. J. J. Raffael, William Ham
ilton, William Schuster, Mr. Morris
Abbey and Mr. J. D. Dupuys.
MARGAKET MATHER.
For those ol the amusement-loving peo
ple who delight in the solids of dramatic
food, there will be much of pleasure in
the announcement of the comingof Mar
garet Mather 10 the Grand opera
house next Friday and Saturday, for
four performances.
Of Miss Mather herselt and her fame
for capable, clever work, it is perhaps
unnecessary to say but a word. She
has been seen here before, and of that
former visit nothing but the most pleas
ant memories survive. Since that last
visit she has been constantly on the
stage and ia said to have gained, in the
range of her experience, that mellow
ness and ripeness of portrayal that can
only come from practice in the field of
endeavor.
Her repertory as announced is one
that should contrfbute greatly to the
pleasure oi her visit.
For the opening night she lints John
Tobin'a ever charming comedy, The
Honeymoon—really another version of
3hakespeare'a Taming of the Shrew—in
which she hne, as Juliana, achieved
more than a email amount of laudatory
notice.
For Friday night she promises her
first great success, Juliet, in Romeo and
Juliet, the role in which Bhe is co pleas
antly remembered in this city and the
one in which she last appeared here.
For the matinee performance Satur
day she offers the dashing, Jvivaciouß
romance, The La.ly of Lyons. In this
ehe ia given oppnrtunty to display all
the emotions of the human mind, and
in it has been eminently euccessful.
For her final appearance Saturday
night she offers her new comedy curtain
raiser, Nance Oldfield, the petite comedy
which Charles Reade wrote for Miss
Ellen Terry, and which Mies Mather
purchased from the fair Knjjlish woman.
With this ehe groups her latest tragedy,
The Egyptain, which ie eaid to be a
close and faithful copy of all the strong
points of Victor Hugo'a soulful novel,
The Hunchback of Notre Dam u .
Her company, which includes such
■cell-known people as Joseph E. Whit-
Z, H. A. Langdon, Frederick L. Power,
Kmma Cuehman Tuttle, Mre. Sol Smith,
Erekine Lewis and Royden Erlynne,
numbera 21 people.
ALEXANDER SALVINI.
Manager Wyatt of the Los Angeles
theater has tecured that noted young
actor, Alexander Salvini, for a series of
his beet known plays.
As Don C*e=ar, D'Artagnan, and simi
lar rolee, Mr. Salvini stands unap
proached on the American stage. He
has inherited all the talent of his father
and will doubtless in time achieve as
much greatness. The engagement will
be a notable one in all respects.
NOTES FROM DUNLAP'B STAGE NEWS.
Patti Rosa tried ber new play, Miss
Dixie, at Topeka, October 22d.
Erne Shannon has been granted her
divorce from Henry Guy Carleton.
Ramsay Morris has signed a contract
with Elsie de Wolfe for five years.
The tour of The Old, Old Story has
been cut short, and the cauee is the old,
old story.
Lottie Collins will soon join the Mies
Helyett company, dancing between the
acts as ehe doee in Jane.
F. H. Sothern is taking lessons in
tough clang from Steve Brodie, to be
used in a curtain raiser.
William Mandeville and hie wife,
Dickie Martinez, are members of tbe new
Larry the Lord company.
Mme. Maurice Bernhardt, daughter
in-law of Sarah, has applied for a divorce
from her husband in Paris.
Sydney Roeenfeld ie to write plays for
ermann's theater, which will become
::a Ame ican Palais Royal in January.
Fred Solomon will in future be a fix
ture at Koster & Bial's, where he haa
been engaged to Btage all coming pro
ductionß.
Lizzie Hudeon Collier is now leading
lady in Nat Goodwin's company, which
is to appear in The Gilded Fool at the
New York Fifth Avenue theater Novem
ber 7tb.
Last spring Rernard Dyllyn was fined
$299 at San Francisco for beating a
chorus girl, and last week hie victim met,
him in Cleveland and whipped him
within an inch of hie life
Manager ,1. M. liil! hap the Casino
after November 14 h to The Fencing
Master, tl c variety scheme of the
Aroneot.'s hpftiii n vt-rv hnu failure. At
the Standaid, »iicie LUv Fencing Master
■was to have been produced November
14th, Mr. John Drew and Charles Froh
man's company are to appear for eight
weeks.
Mre. Bernard-Beere and John E.
Sheridan were European arrivals last
week.
The title of the play written by Vic
torien Sardou for Charles Frohman is
La Belle Americaine.
Flora Walsh has made another very
great hit at Washington in A Texas
Steer, and was almost buried in roses on
Monday evening.
W. A. McConnell, the well known
comedian, lias signed a contract to man
age the toiirs for the next three years
for tragedian Downing.
The latest thing is a 10-milo waltzing
contest, "for the championship," an
nounced to take place at Madison Square
Garden on Thanksgiving eve.
Cal. McCarthy and Tommy Danforth
will be a special feature of The Dark
Side of a Great City during the coming
tour, which hegina at the Windsor thea
ter. New York, next Monday.
Charles L. Harris, the actor who died
in Chicago, best known by hia splendid
portrayal of Chad in Colonel Carter of
Cartersville, was a native of Louisiana,
aud the best American dialect actor in
the world.
Mabel Amber has closed as leading
lady of N. C. Goodwin, jr.'s company,
and has returned to New York. Mr.
Goodwin has canceled a week of night
etande, and will open at the Fifth Ave
nue theater November 7th.
Miss Fanny Davenport may possibly
appear as Lady Gay Spanker and ss
Nancy Sykea in Oliver Twist next sea
son. Trie actress is becoming quite
lissome again, and it is to this fact that
tbe revival of these popular roles will be
due.
Katie Enimett ia making a great deal
of money in Texas with Killarney.
Minna Gale's sea on will begin in De
cember, aud Bornebody will lose a "pot"
of money. The Councillor's Wife, by J.
K. Jerome, will be acted for the rmt
time in New York, at a special matinee
at Hoyt'a Madieon Square, November
11th, the Charlee Frohtnan Btock ap
pearing in the cast.
Stewart Robson's handsome revivai
ofJShe Stoops to Conquer ia drawing
more money in the south than the Hen
rietta ever did, and is one of the solid
successes of the season. Thiacomediau's
Tony Lumpkin ranks witb Joseph Jeffer
aon'a Boh Acres, and iB one of the most
delightful impersonations made known
on the American stage in many years.
Mr. Robson haa every reaeon to be satis
fied with hia venture into legitimate
comedy.
Something of a sensation has been
caused by the public learning that one
of the leading theaters of London only
engages actresses on condition that the
theater may cancel their engagements at
a week's notice if they marry without
the consent of the management. It is
also arranged that the engagements
shall be canceled if the actresses become
engaged in any scandal. The legality
of the marriage rule is contested in
some quarteis, and it is asserted that an
actress could claim damages should she
he dismissed because she married. A
newspaper woman leads in an outcry
against this clause of the contracts.
She declares that any wholesale re
straint on matrimony among marriage
able women is obviously immoral.
Nellie McHenry and her clever com
pany of players are now in Indiana.
Next week they will he at Chicago. Miss
McHenry's personal popularity is phe
nomenal. It is quite possible that even
with a poor piece she could draw fair
sized audiences, and with A Night at
the Circus she finds not the slightest
difficulty in playing to S. R. O. The
farce comedy serves an excellent medi
um for the introduction of diverting
specialties and timely songs, but it is
also intensely amusing on its own hook.
Thomas O'Brien, one of the members of
the company, is performing with great
intrepidity the feat of sliding on his ear.
A committee of western physicians will,
it is hoped, make an examination ehort
iy of this wonderlul freak.
J. K. Emmet is now touring through
New York state. That he ia an em
phatic success is indicated by the box
office receipts, quite as clearly as by the
abundant applause that greets him in
variably on hia first appearance on the
stage and that ia repeated frequently
throughout the performance. The pub
lic never seem to grow weary of Fritz in
Ireland. This ia due to the same fact
that haa made RiD Van Winkle, The
Rivals, The Old Homestead, Col. Sellers
and Our American Cousins, perennially
popular. The vogue of all of these
pieces is brought about because they
are first of all human in their interest.
Mr. Emmet's individual popularity is
by thia time firmly established. There
is no doubt in the fact that he is Amer
ica's representative German dialect
comedian.
Thomaß W. Keene is now in the sec
ond week at McVicker'a theatre, in
Chicago, and the Bize of the audience
that crowded into McVii kera demon
strated that there are etill a large num
ber of people in Chicago who cherish an
affection for the Shakespearean drama
This tragedian'" tour may be described
as one continuous ovation, and nowhere
has this been more clearly indicated
than at Chicago. Tbe character in
which he haß perhaps received the
greatest amount of praiee from the
critics is Richard 111 ; and here is a
practical demonstration that the critical
and the popular verdict can coincide,
for the box-office receipta of tbil attrac
tion have been and are very large. Mr.
Keene haa wisely surround'd himself
with a company of exceptional ability—
no star could ask for a better leading
man than Frederick Paulding, or a bet
ter leading woman than Maida Craigen.
Paddon Hall teems to b6 Dretty much
of a failure in London, but there ia a
wonderful thunderstorm tfiat people go
to see in epite of its dullness. The hero
ine has resolved to elope with her best
fellow, and, in accordance with tradi
tion, she steale away from ber father's
house while a brilliant reunion ia iv
progress, and her flight is further fa
vored by the storm which conveniently
breaks at that juncture. The spectator
sees tbe flight and the storm. As the
effect of this the stage gradually be
comes pitch dark. Then the forked
lightning plays upon a curtain which
has meanwhile been lowered. It ia real
lightning, or, at least, electricity, and is
more natural than anything yet seen on
the stage. The roar of the etorm i»
taken np by the orchestra, and on both
eides of the curtain the elements seem
to be at war. Tlub continues for some
minutes; then the gauzes lift, one by
one, disclosing a brilliant scene, in
which the coetumer's art touches the
highest point of magnificence, while the
orchestra as suddenly changes from the
growling noise to the joyous one.
The he« 4 regulator of the d'cestlve organs,
a so be«t ap| elizer known, ll Angostura Hitlers,
the ire lUlue of Dr. J. Q. B. Slegcrl & Hons. At
all druggists.
Mullen, Bluett it Co.'Bb.vs' snd young mi n's
depirtme.'.t's as well > quioperl as is the men's,
and sold at equally low piices.
LOS ANGELES HERALD; SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1892.
PUBLICATION OF NOMINATION TO OFFICE
Of persons to be voted for in the County of Los Angeles, California, at the
GENERAL ELECTION, TO TAKE PLACE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1892,
In accordance with the provisions of Section no 4, Political Code:
Office of the County Clerk of Los Angeles County, California, >
Los Angeles, October 20, 1892. \
In accordance with Section uo4 of the political Code, I hereby publish the nominations to office certified to me by the Secre
tary of State of the State of California, and also all those filed with me as County Clerk, of the persons to be voted for at the next
general election, to be held November 8, 1892. T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
Sixth Congressional District, Senatorial District, Assembly District.
County of Los Anircles.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.
Vote for Nine.
THOMAS R. HARD Republican
JOSEPH C. CAMPBELL Republican
W LLIAM CARSON Republican
MICHAEL L. MERY Republican
J AMES A. WAYMIRE Republican
I. AAC HECHT Republican
I:;*NRY V. MOREHOUSE Republican
JaMES R. WILLOUGHBY Republican
SI U HANSCOM Republican
J. A. FILCHER Democrat
W' LLIAM GRAVES Democrat
■R P. HAMMOND Democrat
JACKSON HATCH Democrat
R. A. LONG Democrat
J. '-• LYNCH ...Democrat
M 7 ROUS ROSENTHAL Democrat
W. L SILMAN Democrat
J. F. THOMPSON Democrat
R. ri McDONAI.D Prohibition
F. >. PORTER Prohibition
AR' iIIBALD Mc-ARTHUR Prohibition
. WiV! P. MILLER Prohibition
T. L. HIERLIHY Prohibition
H. ii LTJSB Prohibition
F. E. CATON Prohibition
F. E KELLOGG Prohibition
S. FOWLER Prohibition
S. BOWERS People's Party
J. S. DORE People's Part v
A. L. Warner People's Party
J. N. BARTON People's Party
L. F. MOULT. W People's Party
T. V. OATOB People's, party
WM. McCCLLVICK People's Party
W. C. BOWMAN People's Party
D. T. FOWLER People's Party
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS.
Vote for One.
MARION CANNON People's Party
MARION CANNON Democrat
0. R. DOUGHERTY Prohibition
HERVEY LINDLEY Republican
STATE SENA COR.
Thirty-seventh District.
Vote for One.
JOHN R. MATHEWS Democrat
WALTER S. MOORE Republican
HARRY P. PEEBLES People s Party
L. A. ROSS Prohibition
mTu^ - !Toi™th iTTS'siJMjir.YT""'
i%'cntic(h Assembly District.
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SEWARD COLE People's Party
SEWARD COLE Democrat
H. A. REID Prohibition
C. M. SIMPSON Republican
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Seventy-first Assembly District.
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S. N. ANDROUS Republican
h. M. LA FETRA Prohibition
WILLIAM T. MARTIN Democrat
JAMES JEFFERSON WEST.People's Party
Seventy-second Assembly District.
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WILLIAM H. WRIGHT Republican
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JAMES M. MEREDITH Republican
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C. W. PENDLETON Republican
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MEREDITH P. snyder Democrat
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ARTHUR V'INETTE People's Party
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CHANNING SEVERANCE... .People's i'arty
RECORDER. ""T^tTTc^Tne"
HENRY B. belt Democrat
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FRED J. MOLL, Sr People's I'arty
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JONATHAN D. BAILEY People's Party
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H. CLAY NEED HAM Prohibition
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DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Vote for One.
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Second Supervisorial District.
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Fourth Supervisorial District.
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W. W. STOCKWELL Republican
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JOHN A. LIDDLE People's Party
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JUSTICE OK THK PEACE.
Vole for Two
v. W. BOSWORTH Republican'
F. D. REKD Republican'
FRANK B. REED Democrat
JOHN T, WILSON Democrat,
CONSTABLE. Vol,, lor Two
JOSEPHO. BAIRD Democrat
JAMES 11. KERNS Democrat
P. L. LOPEZ Republican
J. C. VILLEGAS Republican
SAN GAlllil EL.
JUSTICE OF TIIK I'KACE.
Vote for Two.
RUFUS S. BISHOP Republican
RUFUS S. BISHOP Democrat
JOHN J. BODKIN Republican
EDWARD H. JONES Democrat
CONSTABLE, Vote for Two.
FABKICO F. DELAOSSA Democrat
GEORGE S. FLEMING Republican
ALBERT SMITH Republican
EDMUND W. STANTON Democrat
(Hnui^MioammnsaßnaM
SAX JOSE.
JUSTICE OF THK PEACE.
Vote for Two.
E. BARNES Republican
JAMES K. SIMOND. Democrat
11. S. FINNEY Republican,
JOHN I*. SALLEE Democrat
CONSTABLE. Vote for Two.
REUBEN A. BURKE Democrat
RAMON R. CARRION Democrat
a S. GILBERT Republican
F. O. SLANKER Republican
SANTA MONICA.
JUSTICE OF THK I'KACE.
Vote for Two.
MYRON H. KIMBALL Democrat
L. A. ROCKVVELI Republican
C. C. TWITCHELL Republican'
JAMES WHIT WORTH Democrat
C^V^x'TnT^""'* Votl lor Two.
HENRY M. BOEHME Democrat
JAMES D. COLLINS Democrat
G. B. DEXTER Republican
A. J. MEYERS Republican
soli: DAD.
JUSTICE OF THE I'KACE.
Voto for Two.
GEO. HOWE Republican
GEORGE HOWE Democrat
N. M. MELROSE People's Party
N. M. MELROSE Republican
EDWIN R. SHEPARD People's Party
EDWIN R. SHEPARD Democrat,
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CONSTABLE. Vole for Two.
IRA J.. HOWSER Republican
W. W. LECKLER Republican
WILLIAM E. PARDEE People's Party
WILLIAM E. PARDEE Democrat
GEORGE REBBIOK People's Party
GEORGE REBBICK Democrat
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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Vote Tor Two.
W. C. BRAINERD Republican
W. H. MACE Republican
CONSTARLK Vote for Two.
W. E. JONES Republican
MORRIS B. REID Independent
WILMINGTON.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Vote for Two.
J. F. C. JOHNSON Republican
JOHN F. C. JOHNSON People's Party
MATTHIAS KOSTER *. Democrat
ISAAC S. MOORE People's Party
ISAAC S. MOORE Democrat
B. C. SWEET Republican
CT' a ■ "ig T' ' yy*.^-^ r, ~ TF l^* 1 "™
CONSTABLE. Voto for Two.
O. C. ABBOTT Republican
I W. A. CARPENTER Republican
I EDWARD L. CONNERS Democrat
DOLPHIN S. INMAN People's Party
JOHN A. POTTER ludeoendent
PETER H. WINTERS People's Party
PETER H. WINTERS .. Democrat
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS.
Senate Constitutional Amendment 1 YES.
No. 10. (Increasing legislative \
Assembly Constitutional Amend- 1
ment No. 7. (Limiting debts of >• YEg '
counties, cities, towns, townships, ) ' :
boards of education and school j N ~
districts to a year's revenue, ex- V
cept by a two-thirds vote.) )
Senate Constitutional Amendment 1
No. 11. (Increasing duties and > YES.
nompensation of Lieutenant-Gov-)
ernor, and removing limitation on | NO.
pay of clerks ln State oftlces.) \
Assembly Constitutional Amend- )
ment No. 5. (Manner in which an > Y ES.
officer of the State may incur ade- );
flciency, and prohibiting Legisla- j N0
ture from appropriating money to >
Senate Constitutional Amendment j.
No. 14. (Manner in which cities > YES.
containing more than thirty-five
hundred Inhabitants may frame 1 NO.
and adopt charters.)
TltTlpTKiTKrsi^^
FurTheTlc.'tro'nor
by the direct vote of the People.
Against the election of United States Sen
ators by the direct vote
For the San Francisco Depot Act.
Against the San rranclsco_DepotAct^^^
Foran educational
every voter to be able to write Bis name
and read any section of the Constitution
ln the English language.
Against an educational qualification requir
ing every voter to be able to write his
name and read any section of the Con
stltution In the Engll^hja^guage^___^
Refund )
Refund the Debt wu

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