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4 THE WASHINGTON V TIMES TUESDAY rUES AY JANUARY 17 1905 19O
I MRS MRSDUKES Z DUKES PAST
NOW OPEN BOOK I
I Jerome lerome Finds Out QIi Much
About bout the tlieWhman Wfeman
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MAY BE TAKEN TO T TEXAS
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Will W l1Be Be Arrested if Found in New ew
York YorkSupposed Supposed to Be Fifty
Years Old
NEW NE r E > y YORK YOR K Jan I 17 District PiS PiSt t riC tAuor1 Attor ¬ I
ney n ne yJerome Jerome erome who has nas been ynotified notiftedthat iiotifled that 1
Governor Go ernor Lanham of Texas TeXas TeXaswfllsign will wfllsign s 111 sign
requisition re q UiSi on papers pap r 5 for fO r Mrs 1 rrs Brodie B r die L L
Duke on on the indictment ind tment foun founil d against
her by b the ilia grand jury ju ur 6 of Xacogdoches I
county countyforswlndUngE o for swindling E A f Blount
president 1 r Sid ntofth of the Commercial CommercIal Bank of
l acogdoches but of 9 f3oo0 3000 thinks the
papers papersma may be here by b30today today They Th will
be b turned over to one of Inspector Mc
Cluskys men to serve on Mrs Duke
if ifs s sle Xe 1els Is In fnthe i the State
Some S me of Mrs Mr irs Dukes past is in the
cellar llar of the thecoun county eount court house As al ¬
ready related she sued George Hop
klnson In 111 1S33 to toestablis establish1 1f 1fa a marriage
and the suit was wacdismisse dismissed She Sh IJat had
been iTvInsr i lng ug < with wit HppUIhson Hop1drisunwho Hopi Inson who dh de ¬
posed josedihatiid osedthatl that lie rbfet meth ntht her l in inl8lS 1S7S ina in 1na a house lolSc
at 56 5GWcSf West Twentyfifth TCI1t30fifthStreet Street where
he was introduced innodu eil to her h rby by Agnes Agn gads s De
La Plane a anam name curiously cuIcusl like Agnes
Desplaines The woman was known in
the 1hellotlS house as Alice llce
Woman of Fifty
Alice u Uice told Mm l1imhcr her name was Os
borne and nndthat that she had been charged
with ith attempting to blackmail the theestat estate
of of A L Qsbor Qsporrie Osborne rie The Theplaintif plaintiff in in this
action Alice A1ic LI L Webb Hopkinson
said In his affida affidavit vit was yas not in No o
vember vembert Y mber t 1S7S l S Sas as a she falsely false1 endeavors
to make this court believe eighteen
years ears pldQI1 old 1 On the thecontra contrary contrar she was was as at
that th t time as ts the records of the Buffalo
Orphan ApylunY AzJ Alum lumof of Erie county count will af ¬
firm twent twentyfive fiYe vears old She Sheis is now
U8 3893 9 In inhe her 1fO fortieth n i th or O r fortyfirst or t fi1r st year ear
The records recor of the Buffalo Orphan 1 1The
Asylum Asvlum show that she was born in 1S53
or r1854 1S54 that shewasadmitted she was as admitted to the I
asylum a5lumon is lum on June 2 2 1SCO and left there
May 1f ta3 a > 26 i6 1873 haying J iru IaYin ing gbeen been taken tal en t there ere
originally by oy her father That would Yo1lld I
make mak eher e her Over 11 nftv 1Ut ftv now She says she
r Is thirtyseven thirts en
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Visited Visite by Turfman
Other ther aftlc affidavits lavits made by Jennie Brad Brldley ¬
ley 1e a i maid m dat at the Grand Central Centralfiats flats I
in in West VestThirt Thirtysixth TIIrt3 sixth Street where here the
woman WQmnn 1 oman lived lh ed In May Ma fa30 o 1S90 William VllllamF F >
Day Pa a patrolman and others stated 1 1Pa
that 1 at the thewom woman n oman I Hyed Ii lit ed there with itli Murat
MasterSon lrast roGn a Colorado ± mino owner own tviier r I
A w hUe hIl Mastcrson according a cording to the affi ¬
davits 1ai < avits tvasukeeping w Skeepinghersoo < her she sac was wasvisted visited is ted 1
In 11 his hi absence hsen by bxa h a man in tu named Hard H rd I
man an hind d a negro follower l o of f thp th races
who was as called W Polo i Jim I
Mention dentic tentiNiisma a is is made ein in in these thes e court records I IQfanothcr
of Qfanothcr if another negro who was waS called I II
Ralph who v ho according to the affida ¬
vits sent nt her the revolver with which I
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she Ii shot hot Iasterson She says says1Iaster Master
Son s n snot snotat at her I
Mrs lrs Juke = uk left I i the Union Square SquaeHotel Hotel
yesterday stelday sted at noon no OIl before the proprietors
had a chance cilanceto to Intimate to her that 1hatshe she
was 1asb giving ingthe the hotel too much notoriety
She told t fci a maid that th t she h would no QuId d bo back
but she hed1 ie didnt lldn lnt < t return ret rn Frank Sc Scl1aefer haefer
c on cae > i > e of the he proprietors was called up by b
telephone telcphoneat331J at 339 oclock Gclockb30 by Mrs Duke
N 9rt Hot t in i Hew IewY York rk
I rhave i have decided d idcd to leave your our hotel
she w lIesaldI ho said I am am not in New York now
Tut 7 ut you ouwillheir oi will nih hear from me meaSs as agiin in
Abe fb > Levt Levy of f Mrs Irs Dukes counsel bad
this to say S3 Soon Otn after aft r Mrs Irs Duke Duk t i turned urned
her back on Union Inio n Square We W know
wber where she Is I She Is in 2C Not < yw f York city < t
within ten minutes of my ui office 1mpiln i fflc e and she h
will be on hand when there is a Lgood good
reason reason for her herappeanng appearing She will be b
in Justice Gaynors court in Brooklyn
rext rextTbursday Thursday morning when we will
make mkean an effort to have her husband d 3c C
cjurea darcJct cf sound mindand removed from
the sanitarium sanitariumat jat at Amityville mi vilJe She is i
not a nfraiJ raid of these alleged carges chargesnl chirges niaa rade d
against tinsl her it ner > rby by the authorities of Nacos Nac v
aoches a ches county ount Tex
or
j JALEXANDRL4 ALEXANDRIA NEWS NOTES i I
ALEXANDRIA ALExA RIA Va VaJan Jan 17 17Tht The
funeral uncralo of the late Mary Carlin a well
known knonan and popular resident of o f Alex lex ¬
andria andriacounty county took place from her late
home lOme in a the county count this this thismorning morning The
interment was wasmade made in the family lot at
GJenearlyn Glen arl n
lEE LEECAMPB CAMP CAMPBANQu BANQUET QUET
The committee committeehayIng having in charge the
banquet to be beghen given by R E Lee
Camp Confederate Veterans next
Thursday night in ir honor of General
Jbees ees s birthday birthda are making extensive
preparations for the event
A number of prominent Confederates
will wIllbe be present and will make addresses
Th banquet will be held in the new Lee Le
Camp Hall HaUIn in Prince PrinceStreet Street whose
rooms are ar being tastefully tastefull decorated decorat d for
the occasion occ lori
SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICE
At the Second Presbyterian Cliurct Ch rc h
special speci l services will open tomorrow
night t
At the Southern Methodist Church th tht
revival services seric > s there continue to at ¬
tract large crowds
SUES RAILROAD COMPANY COMP NY
In the circuit court of the city yestcr
cay ay J Louis Loose entered suit agains
the Southern Railway RaiJta Company Co np n foi
J20000 20000 damages which he alleges have 1ia
been b en done to his greenhouses flowers
etc tc by smoke and cinders from th E <
defendants defen ants engines shops etc
BUSINESS MEN NAMED N MED
M M B Ii Harlow president of the Duel ¬
ness Mens ie s League has appointed th <
following foIlowlngcommlUee committee t fJ fJtake p take up am anl
have improved the transportation faclll
ties between Alexandria and Washing
C ton J T Burks J W May MaV W F
Carne J C Smoot C B Paff J JA A
Marshall P Altcheson W V J Hall W Y
A SmoOt 1r Charles King E E Down
ham XV XVi 1 i I1 Lambert LambertJ J Johnston Green
F S Harper HarperJ J H Crilly W Y M 1 Rear
don T J Fannon C C Leadbeater L L
H Hfhompson Thompson W V P Graves T B Coch
ran H F Robertson C F Entwislc
P McK Baldwin H Bryant B ant H Baadei
Richard Gibson ibsonCB C B Swan S Bend
helm A R H H Olehlert T C Smith P C 0
Rlxey JUxe B Baer jr L LRuben Ruben G D
Hopkins H H K Roc Field W V B B Smoot
Calvin Butts R E Acton G W Y Ram
say s Y O F Carter C T Ilellmuth M H
OSulHvan T Hoy Edward Quinn P
F Gorman G B BCllrJIn Carlin 1 L Stabler
S H Lunt J P Robinson A J D Brock
Gtt itt G T TCatol1J Caton J Brut and M L Schulei
This committee will meet at a t the room
of f the Business Business1fcn8 Mens lcns League Thursda
nIght next
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
A bill authorizing the District DIstr ct Com o om in
missioners t to make regulations egul t1onsresp respect c t
jngr Ing the business of employment employmntagent agent
and agencies age ± ieie in the District was wasintro wa Intro
duced du d in the House Houset Housetoday today day byRepresen by Represen
tative t tve Babcock Babcockchairmanot chairman of the Hous
Committee on the District of otCplumbla Columbia
N Al A 7 THE TIfE THELOCAL LOCAL PIA PLAYHOUSES PLA YHOUSES YH 0 USES
i PARSIFAL t HEARD
WITH 1THREVERENCE REVERENCE
National Crowded Clow led With
Devotees Devote s of f Wagner
MEN WORE EVENING DRESS
Dilemina Dilemma as to Clothes Solved l by > y
Calling Gowns and 4 4Swal Swal Sw l ¬
low Tails
Richard RlchardWagners Wagners S agner S unfolding nfpld ng of the t 1e
legends of the holy grail the festival
drama Parsifal Parsif l was disclosed dsclos d to
Washington Vashin gton last night by y a a company
of extraordinary extraor inar musical and dramatic
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strength The work was received rece1 e rever ¬
entially and sympathetically s 111pathetical1nand and th the
au audience dience which whichfiUed filled the National ational The ¬ I
ater was wa recruited almost exclusively exclusive I
from th the Capitals most intellectual Intellectual and
musical muslclldasses classes
Popular POP ulcr interest has been focus focused f cuse e a on
Parsifal Para lfal by b many 1Iln circumstances
Since Sinc the t1I first fI s tperfo performance rmance of the work wjil won
in 18S5 JSS3itlad it had been beenp beenperforned perf rfor or jned exclusive ¬
ly l itt the composers own own wn theater in Bey
reuth reuthYhen When an impresario In New
York announced his purpose puzp pse to present
the work there the whole wholemusic music world
was wasnroused aroused and th the otfera o Jiera made the
subject of an almost universal l discus ¬
sion and study stud It has ha been been attacked
by b the clergy clerg as blasphemous It has
been opposed as the chief chi f product of a
misguided school of music mus music i It has been
hailed lled as s the oreatest dramatic con ¬
tribution tributiongenIushas genius has ever eye t tmade made to the
world tionl Its length has entailed an an Inno inno ¬
vation ation in theatergoing whereby audi ¬
ences assemble before dinner leave the
theater theat r to rush to a arestaurantatfdre restaurant and re
turn for th the remaining remainingacts acts acts of the theop opera
And d all these tilings have l1ae ha e excited the
curiosity cur IosIty and broadened broad n e the interest interest of o o1
the public in ina in a composition designed desigllcda as
purely religious
i Wagners theme themethe the exemplification
of mans struggle with ith temptation which
I Iis is to be found In the ti e Arthurian Arthur an tradi ¬
I Itio tions tio tlonsnas Ilswasscfficlenthtreate was sufficiently treated d d1n in these
columns Sunday Sunda A He Hehas jias has in in brief un ¬
dertaken to reproduce by bymuslc b music text
i and stags stagiSpictur picture the clink of armor armor
the open onen air airchh air chivalry chit nlr lrY lrYthe the prim itive fti e pur
I poses and the simple Ideals idealsot of those
knights whose cause It was tp fIJlIve live pure ¬
ly and serve Christianity ChrIstlanitnobh no nobly bly He has
dealt with s ith the legends taught irihisQwn In his own os n
Germany rather than with the more re ¬
I fined renderings which have survived
Old England and have been no wonder ¬
fully ulJ transcribed In u uTh The Th Idyls of th the
King He has 11 s made Parsifal Parslralor or Perci
vale the chief human Influence of his
drama < and the search searchoC of that pure
hearted knight knishtfor for the spear sj ar with which
the Saviour was wounded on the cross
the chief dramatic structure
Au Audience dience dienceoi o i Music Lovers
j The audience 3udi nce which gathered theredat at the
National yesterday csterda afternoon was as a a
rule musical rather ratherUan than fashionable
Yet Yetit et it Inclu included ded the ih e charge c haI ged daffa d a affaires 1Ialre ires S 6f f
i Germany German Baron Bussche Busscuiewith with Baroness
I Bussche in a a box party M i i and Mme Ime
Wilenkin of the Russian nembasS embassy with
the Countess Clunt s Cassini as guest the Vi Vis ¬
I count and Viscountess Vlscounte2sde de Faramond
the Halterm HaltemminIsteram minister and Mme Leger
Mrs Biddle BiddlCMissBiddie Miss Biddle Mrs Auden
I riB nl d Mrs 1rs Story StoQfi Miss s Sherrill Dr an d
Mrs Irs Ralph P ph Jenkins Mr and Mrs MrS James Ja n
Barbour Commander and Mrs Hodges
Mr and Mrs Irs F B Moran Mrs Charles
Spalding Dr and Mrs Loren Johnson
Mr Ir and Mrs frs Charles Early Farl
and Mrs lrs Martin Miss Day Mr lr and
Mrs Richard Ricl1ardGoldsborough Goldsborough Mr and
Mrs rs Raymond RaymondPatterson Patterson Miss ns Hull
Mrs Crosby Cr sb Miss 11ss Crosby Mr Ir and all jfrs < Mrs
Gordon Cummin Cumming Mr llrand and Mrs lr s VVlcker
sham Mr lr and Mrs Edward McTvce Uc
Mrs lrs Gower Mr and Mrs 1frsEI11il Emil Ber ¬
liner and Air l1rA A and trid Mrs frs Isaac IsaacG IsaacGans d G Gans ns
AH this was evidently evidentlyknown known t <
Washington There was clearly
uncertainty as to the theattitud attitude It woul <
assume assume the clothes both men ricn and wo wo
I men wOUld adopt for an aney ui evening eenipg nipg per ¬
formance formancew w which fiicli began In the afternoon
and the capacity of the untrained u uhtraiped traiped ea
to appreciate the most highly
music musicof of all time
The women solved solved their pro problem blem by
wearing dinner or calling gowns
men were generally in evening dress
notwithstanding that many must m st hav <
left eft their homes for the theopert opera soon soonar af ¬
I ter 4 oclock
But the other uncertainties are are
I CuriousBut uncertain Curious But Impressed
There Tl1cre was a flutter of curiosity at
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first firsttrumpet trumpet notes with which whIchas as ai
Beyreuth Bcyreuththeaudience Beyreuththe the audience was
to its seats The prelude was
with manifest sympathy r The
sat still through the whole v 1ole opera operaat at
tentive and impressed Some
were indeed who were more more than im
pressed a woman and a man <
and two young oung girls had hadhsterics hysterics
Three times there were efforts at ap ¬
t plause at It the entrance of of Parsifal
I Iclose close of the first act and the close o
the t edra drama IDa 1astcurtain last curtain but they the y
1 a all il sternly stern repressed not notiby toy the ushers
but by the audience And as the opera
goers left the building a
glint in the eyes and an impressivi
silence indicated beyond question that
as a body bod the audience had Uld succumbed
I as Merlin to the spell of Vivian
Without applause it Is difficult to dls
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Who comes direct from ten months sac suc ¬
cess In London and New York In
Merely 1Ier l Mary Mar Ann
offering Is re ¬
cern whether a theatrical
ceived ceiyedwlth with understanding un erstanding or not But
there has been so much studY ot Par
sifal its musicai u iusiC construction has been
explained expll I1pd by so many means and the
sounding S01 nding of the Important themes by
trumpeters Is alone so great t an insight in infant fant
Into the music that It may probably be
assumed these Parsifal hearers were
better equipped equtppedthan than the thepatrons patrons of any n
other othergrand grand opera how now performed on our
stage
Compared Co Coni ni nipare pare d With Metropolitan Produc ¬
tion
Artistically this first performance in
Washington exceeded all expectations
i It It was the judgment of competent crit ¬
ics who cad nadattended attended the performance
of the thelIetropolItan Metropolitan company in New
York that this enactment by b the theSayage Savage
company companywaS wax sas the superior in nearly ueanl all
important aspects
The chief strength of the New York
production Is the impersonation of Kun K n
dry by by Mme L1m Ternina yet the Kimdry of
Mme SirbyLunn last nIght was ad
Judged a better fiettev vocal 61 performance and
at least 1eastan an equally good histrionic per ¬
formance M L Burksta ller who is the
leading Parsifal in New York York is be ¬ I
lieved to act a t no better and to sing less ess
effectively effecthcl than M 1 Ponarlni the Parsii parSi 1
fal of Ofyesterda yesterday Homer Lind as Kling
sor sort t acted and sang sang with surpassing 1
dramatic power The Amfortas and the I
Gurnemanz MM Engenieff and Gris
wold met the tl highest standards standar s of
grand S1 nd opera And the chorus chorJso of flower
maidens was so o fresh and pure mre so ac ¬
curate and an lsa < so well trainedand was phy ¬
sically so good to look upon that the
critics who had seen the New York
production piiU = t10il said there was nothing there
to compare with it
The one phase phasewhereiri wherein the metropoli ¬
tan production was thought to be b su ¬
perior was that occasionally occasionalJthe the stage
pictures pictureson < on nasmallerstagc a smaller stage than that
of the New Ne w York Opera Op ra House and
constructed canstruct dfortrans for transportation > ortliticn around
the t e country countrwere were neither so large nor
so pretentious But it must not be
thoug thought ht the he stage s tagep pictures Ie ture S of last night
were were inconsiderable They The were on the
contrary contrar superior to any Investiture I
I ever offered in Washington before i
And the work to which all this labor
and lllattentJon attention were wOre given the last com ¬
position of the great Wagner the at ¬
I tempt to make of an opera a umoving moving
lesson e son in the beauty beaut of oChollnessas holiness holinessas as it 1
was revealed last night IirO proved d itself
truly a great religious experience It
mfght be heard hear with deep and ser serious ious
pleasure as a tone poem for the or ¬
chestra J stra alone lone It ItIriightweU might well be sung
aV man ai an oratorio If IJacted acted as a morality
play playUke like Everyman it would still be
ecclesiastical e ennobling cnnobl1ngupl1ftlng uplifting The
I Impress it left on this audience of New
World listeners list n rs last night was not that
of oCa a stage 4h ha n it a great and Jd bitter musical
controversy but that thatof of a noble struggle
u
against temptation ua a i brotherhood Of
purehearted knights secluded seclu ed in a
medieval meaf alm monastery n Stery a sacred sa red cup lit
by the clear clearsun1lgntand sunlight and aglow with
awful purport
LAFAYETTE LAFA YETTE
Pans pa parG Par rG rGBy By Night Would Suit Suitas as Well VeIl
by Another Name
Bert Leslie and Robert Dailey were
received xecelvedyestezda ± yesterday by ah nfl audience which
packed pack pa Oked d the Lafayette Theater to toocr over ¬
flowing to view the inaugural perform ¬
ance of oamusi a musical lconcdystjle comedy styled < Paris
By BYNI B NIpht 1ght htFor For more more than two hours
the audience Usteri listened d to the most mos mod mo ¬
era e ern rn slang and nd trite sayings and ap ¬
plauded efforts to extort laughter lausht r
Paris By Night Nightjs is a misnomer The
scene might well have been laid at
Coney Island as 9te he principal characters
are of a 1 low type and in no conversa ¬
tion of more than ten words is slang
Jarf farfetched < tched and strained stralne left out The
i audience applauded applau ded this The expres ¬
sions were regarded most expressive e
l lnotwithstan notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstan dingtheir their recent coinage
l 1 but did not respond so readily rea il30 when the
stars depended upon horse piny and pro
i faulty fanlt to bring forth laughter or ap ¬
i plause
Plotless and dependent d pend nl upon the t ti past
I performances of Leslie L s ie and Dailey DalJ who
have both been b cn seen In Washington on l
numerous occasions behind footlights
that do not Illuminate Illuminatea a a legitimate stage
r Paris By Night 1ght moves along smooth ¬
ly The costumes were were received as gor
i geoup and the piece accepted as as well
starred but no one ne seemed se med to suspect
that Harry B Marshall the th < author had
s any excuse for writing wrl ing it It Several songs
i The Naught Scarecrow and 111 Th ThE <
Girl With the Changeable Eyes Eresand and a
number n1lm er of sood dances were ere much ap ¬
plauded The chorus is made up of
pretty pretty and shapely sha ly young women some
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I e ter one pint bo iling ilingwater water one
I teas poon fu l lo o f fsa sa lt das h o f fcayenne cayenne
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ta bles poon fu ls of o Lea C C C Perrins Sauce an d dawaIts awa awaIts its
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e I Ii JOHN DUNCANS SONS Agents U NEW YORK
If f whom possess good voices an d are
laint lainty and clever dancers dancersPa Particularly dhularb
> leasing was the th solo dance performed
> iy y Maude Emery Em r The Bolero darcewas daIce was
Liso i lso well received
Mar Mararet garet ret Messenger Messng < r is Intrusted with
h he principal feminine role rol Madge l1 ge Law LJ
ence Marion Houid and Miss Emery Eme
isslst her in no little way wa Hugh HIJ hCam Cam
Ton an Italian Itclllanorgan organ jninSer grin < er Imperson Imper on
itor scored a decided hit especially
with his dialect and drollness
CHASES
Sixth ixtb Anniversary Marked by Good
Bill Billand and Full House
Harry Gilfoil Gi foll led ledinpopuar in popular favor at
hases TheateTThst night with withri numicry micry
md nd satre and also with a song en
liled Woman Poor Thing Is as 3iOld Old as
She he Looks But Man fan Is as Old as He
geels > eels Gilfoil is a u local product pro duct and a
tost 10stoffrIends of friends and admirers were pres
lnt nt last night to give him a royal wel vel I
ome ome He appeared in f the guise of Baron
Sands
The performance p > was opened by Van
Camp Kampwhu who w ho kept the audience puzzled l > uzzled
fOr or some time by tricks which savored
f sleightofhand dEmil Emil HochMartha E j
Duprczand Duprez and J Jane ne Elton presented a lit IltI I
tie le comedy com comed dy entitled Mile nleRlcci Rice The
Little farce was a asuccess success and Jane El ¬ I
ton 011 as a young Parisian was given
great reat applause The musical program I
was greatly gre tlyhelped helped along al0ngb bj the Cas tle
Square Quartet The BarrowsXancaster B rowsLancaster
Company introduced intr duce more comedy in
their little sketch sketchWhen When Georgia Was
Eighteen David Earl Mover the thesc sev ¬
enyearold music musician ian who played play with
the Symphony Symph my Orchestra at Chases Chase s a
week w weekago ek ekago ago gave another exhibition hibiUon last
night and received receh d much applause The
Kaufman troupe presented an exhibi ¬
tion of bicycle riding
The TheYtagraph vitagraph pictures gave many dif
ferent ferentIews views of Niag Niagara Ni gtra ra Falls alls
The sixth anniversary of Mr Chases
advent In the theater business in this
city was marked b by an overflowing o = rftowlng au ¬
dience <
ACADEMY
U UA A Desperate D perate Chance Received by
Crowded Crowdeil7ouse House ouse
A Desperate DespernteChan Chance e well known to
the patrons of the Academy of Music
has returned for a a weeks run and had
its initial presentation nreseI tweserititlonlast t3tton last night to a
crowded cro house The rheau audience dience was as en ¬
thusiastic and generous In its applause
as it was washig big and an judged by the re rO ¬
ception given it this play Is one of
great popular favor
The play is founded upon incidents
connected with wlththe the robbery of an old
storekeeper In PIttsburg > by b the notor ¬
ious Biddle brothers and the plot fol ¬
lows with seme fidelity the history histo of
the escape and capture p of those blood ¬
thirsty thirstmen men
Edwin Forsberg and Jack Sharkey Sharke act ¬
ed the the Biddie brothers brothersand and Eugenic
Besserer the role of Kate Lamer L t1er Baby Bab
Francis Clinton as Little Clara Loffler
manifestly m 3ifestJ won all hearts
LYCEUM L LYCEUM YC UiVl
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Blue Ribbon Rib > on Zouaves Make a Hit
With With Drill
The seventeen Blue Ribbon RlbbonZouaes Zouaves
are the feature of otthebUl the bill at Kernans
this we week k
While TUe the sjiowis show is wellbalanced wellbalancednnd and
strong throughout th Oti ghout it was the drill of
the zouaves that was vas especially pleasing
to the large audience at the afternoon
and evening performances
Caught With the Goods Is the title
of o the th opening burlesque in which there
is considerable good wit and several
l lis good goodse1ectJons selections The olio oUobe begins ln s with
Lew Palmer who is billed as the king
THE STORY 0 OF
FATHER JOHNS
An Interesting Story o 01
I Fifty Years ears
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True and Full of Human
Interest
Just 50 years ago in 1855 Father John
as he had ha d become fondly known to hi
parishioners became very veli Yen much mu h rui
down through overwork and exposure
and an d dsuffered suffered from a severe cold am
cough Finally 1tlnalJYhe he consulted eO1sult dan an eminen
specialist who gave him a prescriptioi
which produced pro uccd such wonderful result
in his case that he recommended it t
all of his parishioners parishloneI3and and friends Ii
I this way It became popularly pop larJ known a
Father FatherJohns Johns Medicine and was soli
I Iand and advertised by that name n me with hi
complete approval and sanction be
cause ho h knew of its merits and desirei
all who were ill Ulto to benefit by its itshcalln hcalin
L power
We Ve wish to distinctly dlsUncU emphasize tha
i this remarkable r medicine is not a pa
tent medicine and Is free from alcohol
morphine and andinjurious lnjurlous drugs
I
DANIELS IS AGAIN I
THE THE OFFICE BOY BOY
Comedian Scores at Colum ¬
bia b a in Jfam Familiar iliar Style
The musical farce The Office Boy
with Frank Daniels in the title role
supported by a a competent company be be ¬
gan a weeks engagement last night at
the Columbia Theater The company
is practically practical the same as that which I
assisted Mr Daniels in his engagement
here last season Sallie Fisher again
taking the part of f Euphemia The only t i
new member of the company is Clara
Belle Jerome who last season was with Uh tl l
Francis Wilson andunder her 1en present
engagement ngagementessa essays s the th part of Claire
De Lune a French opera ope rti rtisinger singer She
made a very verpleasinS pleasing Impression by her
singing singingand ly encored and dancing and was frequent ¬ I Isingingand
A mo most st amusing a mu sing and entertaining CntertaIn in g part P art
of the performance was Mr rr Daniels I
Interact speech It was delivered e1iver d in
his own manner and was an Improve ¬
ment menton on his previous great efforts In
this line of entertainment
There is nothing which can be termed
a plot to u uThe The Office Boy Bo It is merely
a l vehicle by b which Mr Ir Daniels Danfelsbrings brings
merriment In large long doses to his
audience and keeps his bearers In con ¬
tinuous laughter from the beginning to
the close of the performance The con ¬
struction of the frrrce keeps Mr Dan
iels in the center of the stage for the
greater part of the theperformance performance and af ¬
fords him plenty of opportunity to
demonstrate his ability and versatility
as an entertainer
Mr Daniels scored in his new song
I Never Had to Work and also in
his success of last season u urm Im On the
I IWater Water Wagon Now whIch he waS
I compelled by b the demonstration demopstratlonof of the t e I
audience n to repeat and add to at least J ast r l
seven i in times
Miss nS5 Fisher Fis ner was received rec tiyed cordially I
and was twice recalled to repeat her
song son The Proper Way T Ta a to Kiss In
j which Whi h she sh was assisted by Mr Ir Daniels D nlels
and chorus Her singing of Because
I He Told Me lf MeeSo So and A Maidens
Heart was also it 150 received with generous
I r applause > rnlAlss < Miss ATIsc iss Itrnmt Jerome Tnnr made la a a o taw very
pleasing impression by her herrendltlot rendition of
U UThe The Trials of a Simple Maid fa1d and 3I her
dancing dancIn in the last act
The other selections in which the
members of the company scored were
After Business Hours by Xace XaceBon Bon
vllle Ida Gabrielle and Louise Louis Gallier
Bohemia by b Miss 1iss Jerome Davis
Bennett and Lauran L Laurance urance qe Wheat and
Plain Mamie OHooley by Mr Dan ¬
iels Miss Jerome rome and Messrs Bennett
and Wheat
I of the theanimal animal entertainers LeRoy and
Le Vamon do a a horizontal bar act
Ward and Bradburn Bradburnprove Br dbura proved entertaining ente rta hiing
in their German Germancomoo comedy sketch and
Nevins and Arnold closed the olio w with ith a
song song and dance turn turn
The feature featureof of the closing C burlesque is is
I a number numberof of catchy songs
PROCEEDINGS TO TOECUFIE SECURE
SEWER E RIGHT RGHTOF OF F WAY
Ec Fth
The D District c Commissioners m th through
I A 0 B B Duvall Dualland and A A Leftwich Sinclair
I Corporation nCounsel Counsel commenced omme 1ced pro > ro ¬
ceedings in the Supreme Court Co rt of the
I District to condemn certain rround near
the Government Hospital for the Insane
needed by the District for the continu ¬
ation of the the outfall sewer now in process
of construction
The Commissioners request the court
to appoint three commissioners to ap 1
praise the land
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Father Johns Medicine is a sure pre
tentative for Pneumonia and Con ¬
i isumptlon sumption and will positively cure Colds
t Coughs Cou hs Catarrh Asthma and all throat
end nd bronchial troubles troubl s It Is without
f equal qual as a body builder builder and health food
S
> i Guarantee of Merit and History His tory
1 The money mone will be refunded if Father
S Johns Medicine docs not do all that
1 is j claimed for it it and it is further guar ¬
s anteed that the history and story stor of
Father Johns Medicine are absolutely
f true and > 25000 will be given to toan any
r charitable institution if I It can be shown
otherwise
Sold In 50c and 100 bottles The
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l1 10 109 size contains three times the quan ¬
tity of the SOc s ize
I I Medicine Ask sk your druggist for Father Johns
0 0 Q c II I I s p e I I I I I I
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It Cu ltivate the Ha Hbit b bit l
it of o f Saving Money i
i It t
I It t You dont have to begin bn with th large
t I deposits This bank encourages the
I i small depositor Start an account
I on O next pay pa ydaywith day daywith with any amount i
t from One Doliar up upand and deter ¬
+ mine to lay aside asid something sys ¬ I
f tematically We w encourage the small
depositor in every everywayand way wayand and pay in ¬ l
t terest terestat at atY percent per cent
i Assets Over One Million +
II I Home Savings Bank I I
I J f tBU I I Building BU New k kn 0 n Seventh Street and Massachusetts Avenue 1
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19 1905 0 5 1
White Sale 1
Complimentary CornplimentaryPricesEndTomorrow Prices Pr1cesEnd End Tomorrow
New patrons need be bejnformed jnfonned that this annual sale
is is always associated with complimentary prices prices prices
we cannot permanently afford Tomorrow is is to be the t e
last day of the thecompliment complimentary J prices prices quoted for the new
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1905 1905Undermuslins TJndermuslins U dermuslins These are ar the prices
250 Garments 229
198 Garments 179
150 Garments 129
100 Garments Uarments84c 84c
75c Garments Garments66c 66c
50 50c c Garments aarments42c 42c
29c Garments Garments22 22c
25c Garments 16c
Note that each garment has the price marked on itin it in
plain figutesaIldthat figures and that yon can aii fJlaim lainaany y 250 garment
for 229andso 229and so on through tite the list A new 75000
stock to select from rom
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