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MO IIELASCOTHEATER IIELASCOTHEATERDistinguished MATER MATERDistinguished THEATERDistinguished
Distinguished People Hear HearFifth HearFifth HearFifth
Fifth Performance of ofGrand ofGrand ofGrand
Grand OperaNotwithMaadhng Opera OperaNotwithstanding OperaNotwlth
Notwithstanding ta the tacleraonc inclemency ofthe of ofthe otthe
the weather Washington society societythronged BMItYt sodetythronged
thronged t ronied the Betawco Theater IbeaterJafi last even evenire eYfmrJ ereztirg
ire rJ for the fifth performance in the theCapital 6eCapital theCapital
Capital of the Manhattan taa Grand Opera OperaCompany OpeEmpany Operampany
Company CompanyLike < mpany mpanyLike mpanyLike
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tinguished the company last evening eveningpresented eyealAgpreented eveningpresented
presented an impaetfHfr picture Thegowns The TheBrowns The Theo
Browns o rns worn by the feminine fre contftogeat contftogeatpresented contIDgentPresented coatigentpresented
presented a beautiful spectacle spectacleIn
In the tier of boxes box ettdroMn eaJi the tbehouse thehouse thehone
house the sowfcg sad jewels were part11ariy par partie par1i
tie 1i t11ariy alarlr etrectt effective effectiveThe o oThe e eThe
The President lde t was net Ia m his M usual usualplace lIee treualpace
place > Iee being bem the honor guest for theevening the tbeevening theeypnln
evening eypnln of the Secretary of the Treas Treasury Treas1n Treastrs ¬
ury and Mrs MaeVeach MacVe dl at the first firstCabinet Antabtnet thatabtnet
Cabinet abtnet dinner of the seaoa m hi Me Melionor Ids11onOl hishonor
honor Mrs rs T Taft ft however occupiedthe occupied occupiedthe oceapied1he
the Presidential b box x which was adorned adornedas
as usual with flogs aad the seal of the tbet eTnlled
t Trilled States StatesTV Statesrs StatesMrs
Mrs rs Tafts guests were Gen ad Irs Irsw Mtsiv
TV W v Wotherspoon Gen and Mrs JB J JB 3B
B Aleshire Sdas Marjocie Ateshire and andcaptain aadCaptain IMlaptatn
Captain < Johnson owe of tile WhitHouse Whit teHouse WhiteHouse
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blue velvet with the top if the bodice bodiceeffectively bodiceetrectielv bodiceeffectively
effectively softened In folds of tulle tulleSirs t1lDers talktars
tars rs Wotherspeaa w were block satin lid lidrs andS1rs
Sirs rs Atesfctra black chiffon ld oa doth over oversatin eweratin oversatin
satin atin Xfee ties Ateebire wore pate blue bluesatin hhtel5atin Moesatin
satin with toadies of silver silverMrs nvy sliverMrs
Mrs y 18 Letters b box > x as occupied by her herhouse 1Ierhuse herhouse
house guest Mr Mn Henderson H of ofl JBns JBnsiuid 33egand
iuid l and who had as her ter sweets Capt and andMrs aDdl1n and31r
Mrs 31r G T Summertin Mrs ire Hondoreon Hondor Hdern Handerac
eon ac n wore woreblack lace over white and MnT MnThum X XFummerlfn lira lirafiumne
hum Fummerlfn fiumne merlin n a beautttul rytm af pate p pink pinksatin plakatin nk nksatin
satin atin and diamonds diamondsSecretary dlaW1IadLSecretary ulstnondaSecretary
Secretary Meyer MeyerAnd MeyerAnd MeyerAnd
And Family ia Bax Bax3J BexThe BeaThe
The Secretary Of the navy and Xra Xraf Ira Ira3lecer
3J 3lecer f ver er ere aceompnirtod by tb sir daugh daughters dausttte dsog i itere ¬
ters te Miss Julia Meyer II ad Mtee Alys AkysMeyer AlysMeyer AI7SMeyer
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Meyer Ieyer white lace Jac appliqued te pink ptekroses 1JiDkro pinkroses
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Mr sMr and Mrs Bradley bad In tb their theirbo theirbox ir irbox
box bo their soninlaw and daughter daughtert 4ugbterHe
t He e Rev and Mrs Herbert Shlpman Shtpmanc
rf c New York and Mr and Mrs Xr Era Erais Ernft Ert
t ft t wn Wiltaie of New Yo York who came eametIith camekith
is kith ith Mr and Mrs Shipman to wasb Wasbfgton Washgton wasbigton
igton gton for the dance given by b Mr Mrend XrEnd Mri
end Mrs Bradley last evening eveningMrs evealngMrs eveningMrs
i Mrs Bradley wore an Imported Importedgown bnportedgWT importedgnwn
gown of white lace with touches o old ogld of ofgild
gild ld with a diamond tiara Ad neck neckace neekace neckace
ace Mrs Shipman wore ore pale pink pinksatin plaksatin pinksatin
satin with over draperies of gray graytulle graytulle graytuUe
tulle spangled pJI l in silver and Mrs MrsWJltsie XnLIJtste MrsWIlteie
WJltsie IJtste black satin tin with touches ouehof ouehofISl1 of ofsilver ofsilver
silver silverLieut ISl1 silverL1eut er erLeut
Lieut and Mrs U S So Grant 3d 3dMr Jd JdMr id3Ir
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Townsend Townsend3irss TownaendMrs ToWDMtIIIrs
Mrs Hunt Slater an ani KIM Christianwere Christian Christianwere Christianwere
were the guests u sts of Mr > John R Mc McLean JIIcl McLean ¬
Lean l an In her box 3 J rs McLean wore worewhite woreWhite worewhite
white satin with crystal trimmings trimmingsand trtamingsand trimmingsand
and diamond ornament Mrs Grant Grantalso Grantalso Grantalso
also wore white satin jrocaded with withDink withlink withpink
Dink roses an4 Mrs Lawrence Town Towns Towasfnd T wn wni
s sfnd > nd a beautiful sown of gray chif chiffon chKnn ¬
i fon nn n cloth cloth embroM embro r d In pearls pearls and andEilver aaEilver sadsilver
Eilver with a diamond d tiara hm her herhair Jlerhalr herhair
hair and ands necklace c af diamonds diamondsSenator djamonttrrSenator aa aantor
Senator ntor and Mrs Scott occupied the tbeadjoining1 theadjoinatg tlaea1jonag
adjoining1 box boxCountess boxCounte8s boxCountess
Countess Meltke MeltkeIn K8ltkeIn MeltkeIn
In Handsome Hand ome Gown GewaThe GowaThe GownThe
The Danish De nht Minister and Counteec CeuIKeMtr CounteecMoltke ontes ontestinitke
Moltke t tMrs were the xueste of Mrs Richard Rickardrnwnsend Richardr
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Mrs Townsend Town eDd wore black Jetted chiffon chif chiffon chiffon ¬
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and a nit pendant Countes CouIn Motte M looked lookedexceedingly Jookedexceedingly
exceedingly handsome in mauve satin satinwith sattnwlrh
with Th diamond and IarI pear ornaments orna teDts and andMiss andIi andiii
iii Miss Ii = s Townsend Tow ncl wore a dimDedprineess dimDedprineessgable draped pI1 pI1gcwn princess princessgwrn
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gable gableMr Iabiefl sableMr
Mr and Mrs John Hays Hammond Hammondrf Hammondsad
sad ad In their box Baroness Rosen wife wifeo
rf o the Russian Ambassador her daugh daughter da da1fT daustter ¬
ter Baroness Kiizabeth E izaMtb Rosen and ninesHammond Miss MissHammond 111 111Hammond
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chiffon over white satin wi with h diamond diamondjKeklaee diamondt
jKeklaee t > k1ace and hai rornainent Baroness BaronessElizabeth BaronessElizabeth ellS ellSElizabeth
Elizabeth Rosen wore white satin with withtouches With1ouches withtovcbes
touches of gold Mrs Hammond wore woreblak worebla woreblacc
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Mrs Irs James McMiOn cMl1bn entertained a al aInx aMx
l Inx > x party including iDcl1Id Mr Justice lm Ju < tIce and andairs aDds andAirs
airs Airs s White and Mr r and Mrs Preston PrestonGibson PrestOltihFOn Prestonrihron
Gibson rihron ihFOn Mrs McMillan cK 1an wore a hand handsome baadEme handnme ¬
some sown own of Mack chiffon and r rWhite TIiI TIiIlte rsWhite
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satin a Un Mrs Gibson wore white satin satinand satiaand satinand
and chiffon < with a rope of pearls pearlsaround pearlsaround peonsaround
around her neck neckMr 1MJCkMr
Mr and Mrs Frederick A Keep Seeptertained en entertained fttertail1ed ¬
tertained Captain and Mrs Sydney A ATToraan A Alfman Alnman
TToraan the former the American miltarv mill mlltCant millury
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C Butt ButtMrs ButtMrs ButtNrs
Mrs Haaaa HaaaaEntertains HamliiEnterta HannaEntertains
Entertains Enterta H B Ber JT Party PartySenator partySenator PartySenator
Senator and Mrs Bfcme bad as their tbeirST tJteIrgdtsb theirguests
guests ST > iest3 Mr and Mrs Jack Story and andMrs aMIrs andAirs
Mrs Irs Hannan entertaJned 9 a atUty party partyeluding in including 18cludin ¬
eluding cludin Miss abet Bs BoarftSMUt ndmu ndmutrore who whoxrore wbore
xrore re black brocaded tilt with the top topof topIf topof
of the bodice finished in iblia oMs of tulle talkand tulleand tII tIIand
and diamond ornaments and X Mtes Ilea May MayWilliams MaYnilHams MayZCmiams
Williams Mrs Hannan wore a beauti beautiful beautiful ¬
ful black satin gown gownwith wtth a garniture garntoireof gandtJlreOf
of rhinestones on the bodice and Miss MksPhelps MissJhelps KissPhelps
Phelps wore Mack tin embroidered in inrhinestones 10rhinestones inrhinestones
rhinestones rhinestonesMrs rhinestonesMrs rhinestonesMrs
Mrs Nicholas Anderson aloe enter entertained entertalne entertamed ¬
tamed a box party partyAmonif part partArnoltll partyAmong
Among others in the audience werer were were3ilr were werer
3ilr r and Mrs Victor r Kauffmann Mr Mrand 3Irand r rand
and Mrs Frank B B Noyes and Miss
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DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT
IN UT ITALIAN ITALIANOpera ITALIANOpera ITALIANOpera
Opera In Two Acts Acts By DONIZETTI DONIZETTIMaria DONIZETXIMari DONIZETrIi DONIZETrIMade
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Maria a Vlrandfero Vlvan fereYrne alms Mm Tetra TetrazstalMarquise T TMar4siie lnl lnlMarq
Marquise Marq lse of 1liri BtelcaafeU afeid Mme D Dadtene DadteneT Aen AenTaste e eTei
T Tei Taste a peasant peasantYr Mr John 1obRSe McCortflar3Se McCormack McCormackXasleal
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Modest Ce CetJ Cr ctor Iector3I actor M x Gtueoaoc Stwail StwailMARIA Stwal1StaJrl StaranStage
Stage DlrectK JL M Jaeeoes 00hI OelRIARIA 00hIMARIA
ARIA the th heroteo of I onlsettrs DoftIzettrsThe Deni > onlsettrsThe ettls
MARIA IVI
The Daughter of the Regiment Regimentie eat eatI
ie a vivandiere lerettacbe4 attache attacb d to the Sev Seventh Eaeye EIevoath ¬
oath Regiment of Napoleons NapoI s Gran GranAnay Gran1JBJ GranArmy
Army ta occupation of the Tyrol when wberrthe whenthe whenthe
the scene seeo seen is h laid She was picked w won oron
on a battieneU Dattle ef f by Sergeant s t Sulpice ant amiadopted antadopted
adopted adept by the be regiment re bDeRt with Sulpice Sulpiceas
as her special guardian Tbe latter has hascarefully hascsrefuny
carefully preserved a letter whicjt wh1 hefound hefound
found pinned tc t the childs frock writ writes Trritxen wrlten
xen en by her ftut 1dtltr v a captain who bad badlost ha4JJo badlost
lost his life in the engagement and ad addrefleed addressed
dressed to a a 3f qaquJe r < qulse of Birkenfeld BtrkenCeidWJtea BirkenfehdWhen BirkenfeldWhen
When tl tJq opera 1L opens Maria te a asprightly asprightly
sprightly spdtht 1y fabrinating ftU > lDa young youn womanTonio woman womanTonic
Tonic a a young Tyrolean peasant pe nt who whosaved whosaved
saved ved her from rom falling IU1Q over a precipice precipiceto
with her bei The regiment dte dteeosees dbeG8H8 dneneees
to It ta lov love s
eosees Tonics offer of marriage and JLDdalle9S andagrees nd ndagredK
agrees to It on condition that be enlist enltotforthwith enU enlistforthwith t tfortAwttJa
forthwith Ike e gladly IY consents The ap appearance appearance p por ¬
pearance of the Marquise of Birkenfeld Bikenfeldhowever Birkenfeldbowever BlrkenCeldJIowever
however upsets tile lovers plans Ser
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Tile actien ac n of I BasMacci Pag ° acd < ln En6 En6lfeit En Enttsfc
ttsfc The downs takes place in Ca Catabria Ca1aItri Calabrio
tabria at the time of the feast of the theVirgin theVIrgin theVirgin
Virgin di Messasosto JiIeza o In 1 the prelude preludeTonte preludeTet preludeTonic
Tonic o cornea come8 forward as te the prologue prologuetbat proW proWof
of ancient Greek n tragedy e and explains explaintl1Jtt explainsof
tbat the i IfUbject st u ufrom oC the that p1aY Is taken takentreat kes kesfat
from fat real life Jtr andhas and tbat t the he composer composerbas el el1as
bas devoted hinwetfto himself e1f t to wtP wtPaentiment expre expresstns t the heeeatiment thee
or bad but always 1wa hu human bvJDaJI homen ¬
aentiment good cho
abet abethired hired
man of the characterswithout characters b bf Introduces Introduceswithout intrOduceswithout c
without commenting on their social con condition COIIlti9n ¬
dition lti9n He then makes a lip for f fcurtain tne tnein Ute Uteeurtaln
curtain 10 rise ri8eIa riseIn
in the first act the villager IIa HIII greet greetors eet ors the thearrival thearrival
arrival of a troupe of strolling players playersCanto playersCaale playersthe
Canto the Punchinello invites the crowd crowdand crowdto
Invites
to attend d the performance at i oclock oclockaIMl dock
performancerho
and then goes off with B Heppe ppe the e Harletavern Ea Harle Harlequill
and several pease peasethe nta to drink at atthe
quill
remaining remainingtroupe remainingbehind remainingbehind
the tavern Tonio the Clown
behind declares his Inv ° to toe i itheme Nedda NeddaCanlos theme
Cantos wife aDd the Colu Cuhnmtt Cuhnmtttroupe t fte or the thetroupe
She strikes strik Tonio with a whip whipand whipaa whip
troupe
revenged revengedvtoa reTeDbedSIlvio revengedSilvio
and be goes 35 < > s off vowing to be
SIlvio vtoa a rich young youngrlllaer villager joins joinsda Nedda Neddaand Neddaand da daand
and tries to induce her to leave e h her r hus husband bubDd h ¬
band Tonio who has spied on the thelovers theruns
whoCana Cana the
lovers runs to fetch Canio e eThey the husband husbandTh husbandy
uVn fddas dda parting parttogwords partinwords partingwords
Th They y r return to bear Neddas > s
words to SUvto Canto breaks away awayFrances awayFrances awayc awayFrances
c
Frances Nayes YES the Second Secretary of oftend oftile ofthe
tile British Elb8ssy JIll Xra E monG monGOvey Emoadof
Ovey sad JIO Con taJICe vey Ove OveFrederick oC Eng EngIaad
tend their house e guest Mrs r rWesson Frederick FrederickWes rederickWesson
Wesson oa and her soninlaw son And do doter daugh daughter dulghte ¬
Stewart K KBarber K KBarber hBraaiiiaa
ter te Paymaster Payma er and Mrs
Barber the Secretary of the Brazilian BrazilianEmbassy BruUiaaEmba1l
Embassy y and Mme 3dtmehernonts Cbermcnt b nt and Mme MmeChermonfs oImets
Chermonfs ts sister s > r Miss s Sloan of Bald Baltimore Bddmore Baldmore ¬
more Mr and Mrs Francis Leupp and andMiss aadKills a aMiss
Miss Lenp Mr and Mrs 0 Murray A A AOobb A
Oobb Mrs trs Clarence < arence Moore Mooremother ana anamother aDC her
mother Mrs Swift Mr and MrsJPhH MrsJPhHip In fPbH fPbHIp VhHIp
ip Hichborn an1 Miss X IR Constance Hoyt HoytMr Hoyt1fr HoytMr
Mr and Mrs Corcoran Hill the latter ein latterin
in white lace with touches of f Woe and andpearto aDdpert andpearls
pert S Senator = Kean Miss Lucy L cy Koan Koantheir Renatheir eau eautbetr
their niece Miss Klteabeth l lbabethEdwin Kooseveit KooseveitBdwin ROO5 9e1t 9e1tiha
Edwin iha V Morgan former minister minter to toCuba toCuba toCuba
Cuba Mr and Mrs George Howard Howardtbe Howardthe Howardthe
the Misses Southerland Miss Laura LauraMernanu LauraMerriam LauraMerriam
Merriam M Miss rise Randolph SenateMts Senator and andMrs aDei1oI1L
Mrs George G P Wetntore Representa Repcesentartive Representative RepreseataUve ¬
tive and Mrs s Francis Burton Harrl Harrlsooi Ham3OIL Harrlsort
sort 3OIL Mr and Mrs C C C C Glover Mrs MrsA MrsC MrsA
A C Barney Mr and Mrs Hugh Hv h Legare Le Leeare Leare
eare are Senator and Mrs Sfcnon anoes Guiwen Guiwenh G en enJwotm
Jwotm h im Mr and andMrs andMrs Mrs S S F Emmoos EmmoosMrs nsM1I F
Mrs I Stoddard Taylor Mr and Mrs MrsThomas MrsThOJTas MrsThomas
Thomas M Gale Mr and Mrs X CharlesFrsncts Charles CharlesFrancis CharlesFI3Dcls
Francis Carnsi CarnsiSenator Cantsitor CaroniSenator
Senator tor du Pont and his soninlaw O 181a and anddaughter aDdda anddaughter
daughter da ter Mr and Mrs Francis B BCrownmahield Bcrownlashleld BCrowminshkid
Crownmahield Mr and Mrs Edward A AMitchell A Aitcbe1l AMitchell
Mitchell itcbe1l Mr and Mrs Ward ani Thoron ThoronMr TboLonMr ThoronMr
Mr and Mrs S So W Woodward and andMiss andMiss andGe
Miss Woodward Gen and Mrs George GeorgeL GeorgeL Ge
L L GUtespie Mrs T F Bayard Bayardand Mr Mrand MraDd
and Mrs James S s Harlan Senator and andMrs aadlrs andMrs
Mrs Depew Mr and Mrs Charles J JBell 3Rell JBell
Bell tMr Mr and Mrs W William ilHam Barrett BarrettRldgely BarrettRIdgely BarrettRldgely
Rldgely Dr and Mrs Ralph Jenkins 3enJdftsSenator JenkinsSenator JenkinsSenator
Senator and Mrs Lodge LodgeMrs dtIrs LadleMrs
Mrs Harriet Blaine Beale who wore Rrorea worebeautiful re rea
a beautiful gown of deep almond blossom bIos bkwm bIos110m
110m > m pink draped in effective princess princesss princesslines
IIIDes s with a bandeau of gold leaves hi hihair inbet
her hair Mrs Hugh H Wallace in white whitetin whiteantis
antis tin Baroness chen Preu in French Frenchne FreDChblue Frenchblue
blue ne satin and diamonds Mrs Robert Robertutterson RobertPattenon RobertPatterson
Patterson utterson in black toile and diamondsMrs diamonds diamondsrs dsKrL
Mrs rs Frederick Fred Keep green brocadewith brocade 1KoCBdewIt1I i i1th
with 1th cream lace on the bodice Mrs Mrsfohn KrsJoIm MrsJohn
John fohn Frederick Leech pale blue satin satintad saUftaDd satinand
aDd tad diamonds and Miss 3111J S Katherine Katherineeech KatherineLeech
Leech Leech eech pale pink satin with garlands of otpink ofpink i iink
pink ink rosebuds
geant Suplice remembers r members the letter and andfeels andfeels andfeels
r feels dutybound to deliver It It The TheMarquise Thearquis TheI TheMarquise
Marquise arquis thereupon claims Maria as her herniece herf herniece
I
niece n ec e and dismisses Tonio Tonloas as a totallyunfit totally totallyunfit totallywdit
f unfit person to wed ed a highborn maid maidThe maidThe maidThe
The second act shows us Marla In BCI BCIi hCIi hetnew
i i new surroundings sulrour d1ngs No luxury Is denied deniedher deniedher deniedher
her but she still longs lon for her old environment environment en environment ¬
vironment and her chief pastime Is Issinging 15slnglDg issinging
singing the Rataplan and going goingthrrfugh goln golnthrdugh goingthrough
through the familiar military evolu evolurJoBS evoludoD evoludons
dons doD Her musings are suddenly Inter Interrupted Interrypted Interrupted ¬
rupted by the soundvof soundo sound of fife and drum drumsFitfcout clromoritrout drumvitl
sFitfcout vitl eut Presently the castle Is In Inlested InI Intested
tested ested by soldiers Who W1IO should they be bebit bebl bebtt
bit bl her beloved Eleventh with Tonio Toniowhose TonlowhSe Tontowhale
I
whose gallantry has won him rank as a aneW afteId afield
neW officer at their head Of course coursebe course1Ie coursehe
be castles safety Is assured while whileT whileTMI1o whileT
T TMI1o tnIo > nk renews his protestations of affec affection areccUoR affectloet ¬
tion and request for lianas hand handAgain handAgaJa handAgain
Again the Marquise refuses on theground the theground theground
ground that Maria Is promised pro lsed to the theson theSOD thesou
son of a neighboring duchess duchess Then ThenTonio ThenTonlo ThenTonic
Tonic suggests SU g 6ts that Maria elope lope with withhim withhim withhim
him This coming to the Marquises MarquisesI Marquisesknowledge Iarqulsesrnowledge
I knowledge she confesses that Maria is isreally Isreally Isreally
really her daughter by a husband husbandthe husbandthedead husbandthedead the thedead
dead captain captaInwho who was beneath her berj j In Instation 1ftstaUOa es esstation
station Maria Iarla feels tee she cannot refuseher refuse refuseher refuser
her r mothers plea but so deeply deep does doesher doesher doesher
her sadness dness affect the Marquise Marbrll that thatthe tbatthe
the latter tter finally relents and brings bringsopera the theopera theopera
opera to a a huppy handlui usPt endinc ndlm by consenting consentingto consentlnto
to the marriage t
from Tonio to attack SHvio but the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter succeeds in escaping over the wall waMwithout wallwtt wattwithout
without wtt oUt being bei recognized Canlo Ca CaNedda orders ordersNedda ordeNechJa
Nedda tp tell the name of u her lover loverbut loverbut loverbut
and Canlo Is about to tostab totab tostab
but she refuses refv es
stab her when Beppe Interferes In ter Cores per perscades per8Ca persuades
scades 8Ca es Nedda Ned a to go to the theater tbe ter to todrees todreIm todress
dress for her part and Induces Inducesto induceto t an anto
to be calm and prepare for the perTorm perTormoospair J perfem perfemante ep rm rme
ante e The act closes With Ith a cry cry of ofI ofdespair
despair from Canlo who must act act a acomedy acomedy acomedy
I
comedy while his heart Is breek breaking breakingXext breakinI to
Next act the peasants arrive i ifloss to wit witnees witJWII
floss the performance per performa nnanctS Is which proves provesbe to tobe tobe
I be a burlesque of all that has taken takenpiaee takenpIaee takenplace
piaee in the first act a Tonlo declar as a adeclaration the thelove thei
or orJove
idiot servant makes makelove a declaration
i love to Columbine Nedda Nedda which which she shereceives shereceiTes shereceives
receives with scorn Harlequin Beppe Beppeha Beppehi ppe ppeIn
ha love with Columbine then appears appearsbut appersbut appearsbut
but after a short Interview interviewCanton Is nearly nearlysuYprteed nearlYsurprl8e4
suYprteed surprised by the Pasllacclo Pagltaceloe Canto a who whoarrives WBoarrives
arrives just as Colum Columbine Is ahelping helping helpingHarlequin helpingHarlequla
Harlequin to run away and be beh hears her herbad herrepeat
repeat 14 him the very words which h she BheI
had used u to SUvio when hen she bade him himmeet himmeet
meet herthis her afterCanio after the play pia playloses that lIaL night nightAt nightAt nightAt
I Atmeet At this Canio Caniothe loses his is he9 he i forgetshis forgets forgetsnam fOlletshis
his part and furiously urloust r demands the
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and they failing to grasp the th truth are aremuch aremuch aremuch
much amused Suddenly Suddenly however howeverjealousy hweverCanlo
Canto beside b ftBlC with withn rage these setable and andjMIousy
jealousy seizes the the e knife 1m1f knifeand on n the table tableand tableand
and stabs at s Nedda ed to the heart declaring decteriasthat declariDbthat declaringthat
that she will reveal the name of oflover her herlover herlover
lover with her last despairing cry She Shewho SItee11a Shecalls
calls to Silvio for help and he attempts attemptsto
to reach her but Is attacked by CaDio CaDiowho nio
who slays him also The The per e nta tssdie dis disarm die diearm ¬
arm Canio who says stup stepcomedy A The Thecomedy
1 comedy is finished finishedIf finishedPINCHOT flulehedP1NCHOT
PINCHOT UPHELD UPHELDBY UPHELDBY
BY If LA LAFOLLETTE LAFOLLETTESenator TOILETTE TOILETTESenator
Senator Bitterly Condemns CondemnsPresidents CondemnsPresidents CondemnsPresidents
Presidents Action Toward TowardFormer TowardFonner TowardFormer
Former Forester ForesterMAJDISON ForesterYllIS01 ForesterMiDISON
MAJDISON WIs Jan lLTJte 1TheBaiadger 14 lLTJteBa1 The TheBalIrfser
BalIrfser Ba1 ll ger letter called forth and was wasresponsible WIUSrespORStWe wasresponsible
responsible for the Plnchot letter letterTbe JetterThe letterThe
The BaUinger letter received no rebuke re rebuke rebake ¬
buke from the President The Pin Pinehot Pinchot Pineliot
eliot letter is made the basis ba i8 of an anexecutive anexecutive anexecutive
executive order removing from office officea
a roan of the highest hlgh est t character whose whosepublic wJt9sepu whosepublic
public pu Ue service is an enduring znonaJ znonaJraent mono 110nvnt monomeat
meat nt to his name Rame1JI nameIn i iI
I 1JI this language Senator La Fol Follette Follette Follette
lette today In his hi magazine brands brandsas hran
as pinpoint official etiquette the tltedismissal thedismissal i idismissal
dismissal of Chief Forester Plnchot PlncMtIn PinchotIn j jIn
In bold contrast he holds up the fact factthat facttbt factthat
that Secretary of the Interior Bal Ballinger BalUnger Ballinger
linger sent a letter to Senator Jones Jonesof Tonsof Jonesof
of Washington which was reaiY read re on ontbe onthe onthe
the floor of the Senate In the same samemsnner sam samuner samen
n msnner auner uner as Chief Forester Pinchers Plnchotsletter PIncbolsi Pinchersletter
i letter to Dolllver was read readSenator readI readSenator
Senator La Follette shows that the theGlavte theGlavl8 theGlavis
I Glavte case upon which real charges chargesagainst chaTge8etary chargesagainst
against Secretary etary BaUinger are basedIs based basedis ba = ed edII
is almost forgotten in President Taffs Taffsletter Tatt5letter Taffletter
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The The first rear rea real dlsappontment dlsappontment in a aweek aweek aweek
week of operatic triumphs at the Belasco Be Bela Be Beluco
la luco co came last night when owing owin to totha tot1 toh
h t1 tha J Illness s of Madame 3f 4ame Cavalieri that thatfarfamedsong3troes thattartamedsongstreS thatfarfamed
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Ings performance and its oonsequent consequentdisappointment oonsequentdl oonsequentdisappointment
disappointment dl to a brilliant assem assemblage usemWage assembiage ¬
Wage pretty little Mile llle Trentini es essayed es es58yed essayed ¬
sayed an operatic coup and within an anhour anhour anhour
hour or two of the curtains rising risingworked risingworked risingworked
worked up a portion of Madame Cav CavalietTs CavaU Cavalierra
alietTs aU errs role of GloUctta Practically PractlcaU the theentire theentire theentire
entire score for the third act was omit omitted omitted omitted ¬
ted but Mile Trentlnls clever w work workgave W Jrk Jrkpve rk rkgave
gave the auditors the opportunity te tehear tehe tohear
hear he r the elusively beautiful Barcarolle Barcarolleand Barcarolleaad Barcarolleand
and to witness a stage picture unique uniquein
in beauty aDd attractiveness attractivenesssDalmores attractivenessDalmeres attratlvenesDslm
Dalmeres Dslm res as Hoffman and the ever eversatisfactory eversat1sl1ctory eversatisfactory
satisfactory and versatile Rmaud as asDapertutto B8Dapertutto asDapertutto
Dapertutto carried the second tale along alongwith alongwith alongwith
with a fine sweep and aplomb aplomblioffmans aplombhortmans aplombhogmaas
lioffmans Bacchic song given with adash a adash ada8h
dash and daredevil grace > and abandon abandonaad abantietlad abandonand
ad Dapertatto Dapert tt In heroic form as Heft Hoffmans HetrmJts Heftmans ¬
mans bad angel distinguished the mu mutilated muttlted muhinted ¬
hinted third act act which also served as asa asmedium asa
a medium for exploiting the beautiful b81wUrulolee beautifulvoice beautifulvoice
voice olee and suave art of Miss Ites Alice Gen Gentle Gontie Gentle ¬
tle tie as Nfektausse NicklawJ t e Hoffmans friend friendand friendand rteftdAd
and confidante confidantelHe cootidaateMMe confidanteMile
MMe Trentlai upon whose shoulders shouldersfell shouldersfell shouldersfell
fell the principal feminine role of the theentire thee theentire
entire e Ure series of Tales responded gal gallantly galIanUy gallantly ¬
lantly to her task
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doll looking staging aad acting the thepart theNIrt thepart
part with a beautiful precision precl ion aad ap appreciation appreclat1on appreciation ¬
preciation Xo N less J s attractive was as she shein sbin shein
in her role r le of Antonia the sweetly gtel gtelteh gbIleh Airihrh
hrh heroine or Hoffmans last tale Al Always Always Always ¬
ways carrying C8lTYJn her part with spirit and aadintelligence andIntelU andintelLgence
intelligence IntelU Mile Trentlnl uses a musi musical mveIst1 musical ¬
cal st1 and sympathetic voice of rather in inconsiderable inOR inconsiderable ¬
considerable OR erabie volume with lUt discretion dJ reUon and andeffectiveness andefCeottvene8IL andeffectiveness
effectiveness Her acting is sprightly sprightlyand sprightlyand
and temperamental and that that she has a ake ak8ll akeen
ke keen a sen sense e of dramatic possibility DOs tbiltt of ofvoice orv ofvoice
voice v and carriage was amply demon demonstrated demonstrated ¬
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which at tbe finale of the fourth act actapparently actapparently actapparently
apparently exacts the full toll of 0 the thelittle th thlittlt thelittle
little singers powers powersMaurice 1JOwer1 powerMaurice
Maurice Benaud In his bewildering bewilderingmakeup ewilderlngmakeup bewilderingmakeup
makeup as CoppeHus Cop thus gave a delicious delleiuus9ixesenration deliciouspresentation dlt iJLl5 I
presentation ft while hOe as the Satanic SatanicMiracle SfLtaniJIIlrcle SatanicMiracle
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sung as the curtain goes down on the thelife theUte thelife
life story of the loves and adventures adventuresof
of Count Hoffman artist arUst poet musician musicianand musicianand lelan lelanand
and deliciously dashing bad fellow fellowM fellowM fellow2f
M Gilibert Gillbert with a finely resonant resonantbaritone ruoaantbarltofte resonantbaritone
baritone brought an unctuous humor to tohis tohIs tohis
his role of Spakvnzl while pathos and andconviction andconvIcdon andconviction
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evening Mire me Tetrazzinl win interpret interpreteither IateIlJreteither interpreteither
either the Mignon Polonaise or Jules J IfM
Benedicts variations of the Carnival of ofVenice otVenlcer ofVenice
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The program for this evening at the
Commercial dub baa been selected witha with witha
a special AIew Iew to giving tt1ft Ute memberssomethlns memberssomething members memberssomething
something new and pleasing on the re resumption resumption resmn ¬
sumption smn tion of the regular table dhote
dinner dinnerThere d dennerThere nner nnerThere
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cause all allef of the entettatr entertainers + ecs are top tOP1 tOP1notchers
notchers In their particular lines Tbom1 Tbom1as Thomas Thom Thomas ¬
as Brahany wlH give the Doofey Ieoeysketches Doofeysketches D I I5ketches
sketches A J Hackett will sing some someof someof
of the usonlS flones songs th t t nobody else Is dug dugand sings singsand I
and the Apollo Quartette Quartet rtatle le will willv have a few fewnumbers fetenumbers
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BFETNGHAM Ill Jan M 14Whfte 14Whfterunnlng 14Wbferunning While Whilerunning
running at e terrific rate of speed early
today four coaches attached to train trainNo tnllnNo trainNo
No 14 on the Vandalla railroad Jumped Jumpedthe jumpedthe
the track at a switch near Woodbury WoodburyIll Wood bury buryI1L
IlL aDd many passengers pas received a asevere JIsevere asevere
severe Jolting as the coaches ran over overthe overthe overthe
the ties tiesDespite tiesDespite tiesDespite
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killed and njured later phone reports reportsfrom repertatrom reportsfrom
from the scene of the accident say that thatno thatno thatno
no one was seriously hurt
PAPERS MISSING MISSINGIN
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Papers u iil n which are based the theclaim theclaw theclaim
claim of Kate Nesdeil Page Mary A AJNesdell A ANesdelI ANesdeli
JNesdell NesdelI and John T Nesdett ti esdeit far r S2561S 3 U15 16
22 against the Government have din disappeared db dbveared dinappeared ¬
appeared veared from the t e vaults of Ute Dis DisThe Dbitriet Dktrict ¬
triet bushing bushingThe bu1IJngThe
The petitioners tJ oners in their suit before beforethe berorethe beforethe
the Court et Claims set forth that t t they theyare theyan theyare
are descendents and the sole heirs at atlaw atlawof atlaw
law lawof of Thomas Need d ell n wko wit in 1572 and aad1SI3 andI andizru
1SI3 entered into H contract with the theboard theboard theboard
board of nubile wjrks winks of the District Districtof DIstrlctoC Districtof
of Columbia foe the th construction COR truotlon of ofstreets orst ofstreets
streets st water er se sejwires fries brick pavements pavementsand pementsaad pavementsand
and cuikl coiba CU1 the th contracts aggregating agsregaUpgIt
J4CXW2L5S J4CXW2L5SIt i44itfd s sIt
It is further daciardthRt d dadar Ci8 d that the board boardfailed bOardfaHed boardfahted
failed and refused to o pay the claim claimants claimants claimants ¬
ants in lawful money mon y of the UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedSU
States SU eE but in lieu of said money therewag there therewas therewaa
was delivered to the claiBcants e1d ts under underprotest underproest underprotest
protest certificates of the e auditor of ofithe oCthE ofthe
ithe thE board of public Ut 1tc ones arks and of the theboard theboard theboard
board ofaudlt and that th t said certificates certificateswere certUlcatesW certt sates sateswere
were W disposed of at an average of 36 36per er tieper
per r cent of their th lr face value valueAuditor valueAYd1tor valueAuditor
Auditor Tweedale is f of the ophn opinion opinionthat oplnwnthat n ni
i that the e papers p pers were forwarded o to the theDepartm the theDepartment theDepartment
Department Departm > nt of orJUlldce o Justice a a number of ofyears oCYeni ofyears
years ago ia connection with certain certainlitttgation cenalnIttltgatlon certainitiitgatfon
litttgation in the Court of Claims relat relating relatIng retatbig ¬
ing to Contracts with the board of pub public publk public ¬
lic works and the attorney for the thecteinsants thent5 thents
cteinsants nt5 will be notified to that effect effectSUNSET etrectSUNSET effectSUNSET
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People in Paris Hare a Simple Way Wafof Wayof
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flrst first discovered di that dandruff and falling fall falling f11fn ¬
ing fn hair were caused by a microbe microbeSo mterebeSf microbeSo
So In Paris where the hair Is better betterunderstood MtleruDdet8tootl betterunderstood
understood than Ip In America the people peoplefound peoplfound peoplefound
found that the easiest way to stop fall falling fallIn falllug ¬
lug In hair and get rid of dandruff was to tokill t tkill tokill >
kill the microbe that did the damage damageAnd damageAnd
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edy that kills the dandruff germ is sold soldIn soldIn soldin
In every town in America America the clean cleanpeople cleanpeople cleanpeople
people of fibs country have awakened to tothe totb toibp
the tb ibp fact that dandruff te unnecessary
that th t falling hair and Itching scalp can canbe canbe canbe
be quickly stopped and that peoplewho people p4Kplewho peoplewho
who use Parisian Saga win never grow growbald
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To overy reader of f The Washington
Times who wisbei to eradicate dlsgustng disgust disgusttog t
tog t ng g dandruff stop tallin taJ falling hair halrr and aadve
b have ve an Immaculately dean scaln eal scalp free 16
from itehmcss 1te 1Re Henry Evan Evans makes makestWs makesthis
this offer offerI
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tape if Parisian Sage does not banish banl h
dandruff stop falling hair and itching
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