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THE THEWASH1XGTON WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY TIE D AT DErEMBEIi 27 3 1910 9
NEW tihi I MUSICAL SHOW SHOWf SHOWMarriage
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ilLftnilLi HEARTILY HEARTILYRECEIVED HEARTILYRECEIVEDa urADTII v ntuLlYLU ntuLlYLUMarriage Drpnyrn RECEIVED RECEIVED1Vlarriage
Marriage a la Carte Gets GetsEnthusiastic GetsEnthusiastic GetsEnthusiastic
Enthusiastic Approval Approvalof
of Capital CapitalLITTLE CapitalLITTLE CapitalLITTLE
LITTLE STAR TAKES TAKESHEARERS T TAKESHEARERS AlESHEARERS
HEARERS BY STORM STORMLength STORALerigt1lor STORMLength
Length Lerigt1lor of Performance at Prelniere Pre Premiere Premiere ¬
miere Is Most Serious SeriousObjection SeriousObj SeriousObjection
Objection ObjectionWasMncton Obj ObjectionWasitiMstea tion tionW
WasMncton W 9R last night ght reprosenled by byan byan byan
an audJaaee that almost filled the t e Belas Belaco Belasco
co co gave dsinora flontonntratlve ratlve approval to Lkb UebI Lkbler LkbIer
I ler r Cos latest production Marriage Marriagea
a la Carte and accorded a place in inthe inth ino
o the th front rank of musical comedy stars starsto starsto starsto
to dainty Emory Emm WebienThere WehJon WehJonThere We len lenThere
There was w s no halfhearted aocsptaoce aocsptaoceabout aoceptaICeabout aeeeaptanceabout
about the Capitals reception ree pUon of this thispremiere tilispr8U thispremiere
premiere pr8U er for encores were demanded demandedtime demandetttime demandedtime
time after time despite the evident hesi hesitancy hesitancy hemtancy ¬
tancy of the composerproducerdfrector composerproducerdfrectorto compo ° tpnHiucer erprodueerdirector erprodueerdirectorto frector frectorto
to accord them Either this reluctance reluctancewas reluct3 reluct3was
was due to the fact that such a hearty heartywelcome bcartywelcome heartyWelcome
welcome was Wa unexpected 1I xpeeted and therefore thereforeunprepared therelOI1mprepared thereforeunprepared
unprepared for or It was merely meceyQue a aquestion xquestion
question Que tlon of the performance being too toolong toolong toolong
long to allow time for the encores encoresConsiderable eDCOrfrCon51derab14 encoresConelderabie
Considerable confusion resulted re In Inmore Inmore Inmore
more than one instance when the en encores encores encores
cores were finally given indicating that thatno thatno
no 1 careful provision had been made forthis for forthis t tthis
this contingency during the raheersafe raheersafewith reh rahearsaieThe rsa1b rsa1bThe
The most serious objection to be found fourdI foundwith
I with ith the first production n of Carriage Carriagea +
a la 1 Carte is the fact that it is too toolong tooong
long 1 ong n the performance not being con concluded cooeluded cona ¬
a eluded until 1146 1146When UJ5oben llLWhen
When the pruning knife bas been b n ap applied ap aprHedand appliedand ¬
plied rHedand and as moderate a pruning as aspossible atpo5Slble aspossible
possible is recommendeda a few changes changesmade changesnade changesmade
made in the cast for there Is more than thanone thanORe thanone
one w weak 8k spot and the principals prinelp one oneor eReor oneer
or two of them at least become more monsfamlUar morefamiliar morefamiliar
familiar with their lines this latest ad addition aditIon additiotl ¬
dition to the ranks of musical comedies comediesno
no doubt will take its place as one of ofthe o othe orthe
the real successes efi of the last few fewsea fewseaeon fewsexaeonL sea seasons ¬
sons eonTwe
Twe Prominent Pr m nent Figures FiguresAny FiguresAny FiguresAny
Any discussion dscu + eion of Marriage J rrlage a la laCarte 1aCarte IaCarte
Carte which was not prefaced by the themention tlJemention themention
mention of its star would hardly b rdly be fair fairIt talrIt fairl
l It is doubtful whether any newcomer newcomerinto newcomerInto newcomerinto
into stardom ever before carried a Capi Capital Capital Capital ¬
tal eucH audience 06 eo completely by storm orm ormcUd asdid as asdid
did this diBtr little lilt of Imported Importedfemininity ImportedfeminIaItI importedfeminlnfty
femininity Just as gcod to look upon uponAS upolJiG uponas
AS the photographs photogra s welch wt Jch preceded her hergave herave hergave
gave ave promise prom se of with tt a witching charm charmuf charmof charmof
of manner so peculiar y her own that thatone thatone thatone
one Is not tempted to comparisons and andwith andwith andwith
with a voice more than big enough for forthe for1he forthe
the demands put upon it and clear and andsweet andwet andsweet
sweet this little woman carried her heraudience heeaudlen heraudience
audience e right off its feet and caused a afurore aore afurore
furore ore that one seldom sees in a Washington Wash1neto Wash Washington ¬
ington theater theaterAnother thP8terAnother theaterAnother
Another who Ie not to be overlooked In Inthe in1he inthe
the reckoning rCk l iag of the premieres success successIs succe succeIs
Is Harry Coney he of many former tri triumphs mntrpbs trintrphs ¬
umphs here Much of the comedy fell fellto feUtt feltto
to his lot Jot and save for occasional occasonaIJapses occasonaIJapsesflf lapses lapsesf
flf f memory and a faltering in his lines lineslie Un Imesh
11 lie c was the same funny lovable charac character characer ¬
ter er of old A little more familiarity familiaritywith tamIiJariU1lth familiarityt
with t ith his part however is essential l be before before before ¬
fore he can make the role of Napoleon NapoleonPettingill NapoleonPettinglll a aptttnglll
Pettingill the comedy edy part it should be beUnlike beFnUke bet
Unlike t mike the average musical comedy comedythere comedythere Y9 Y9tpre
there is a story that 2s sufficiently con connected conJ1ted connected ¬
nected to be taken into the reckoning recloningPrimarily reckoningPrimarily reckoningPrhnarl1y
Primarily a wife so ingroseed with her herown hern herown
own < n importance that a mere husband husbandcounts husbandounts husbandcnunts
counts for or little two former matrimo matrimonial matrlmorial tnatrhnorlal ¬
nial ventures and subsequent compli complications colJl1llations compltcations ¬
cations are the baste for the story One Oneof On Onof Oneof
of < these former C r husbands after an ab absence abEfm abFene ¬
sence Efm of many years eni Is returned un unvittingly unittinglY unrittingly
vittingly by a railroad wreck to the thehosorn thebosom
bosom 1 of t his family the ether material materializing materiallz1n materializins ¬
izing lz1n about the same time timeNapoleon timeapoleon timeNapoleon
Napoleon the first is at the head of ofa ora ofa
a traveling aggregation of which his hisdaughter hisdaughter hisdaughter
daughter Boealie the wire walker Is Isthe Ist isthe
the t hE star attraction Everyone loves loves7U lovesR lovesRosalie
Rosalie 7U > salie including the audience and andcomplications aadCnmpUcatloDs andcnxn
complications cnxn icatiats come thick and fast Ev Everything E Emhl Erenthing ¬
erything mhl tarns out nicely in true musical musicalcomedy JmlSicaIoDKdY musicalcomedy
comedy < style but the consistent way in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the story is followed up is a apiercing aple apier
piercing pier dng innovationStars innovation innovationStars innovatioStars
Stars Triumph TriumphThsre TriumphTh TriumphThere
There Th re are two figures in the support supportIng supportIng supporting
Ing cast CL It who stand out prominently prominentlyCharles prominentlyChar1e5 prominentlyCharles
Charles Brown as a young English officer of offirer oCfker
firer did as good work as the accepted acceptedstage acceptedtage acceptedstage
stage type tf of asinine young English Englishman Engllskman Englishman ¬
man as one could ask to see ee His por portrayal portrayal portrayal ¬
trayal was consistent throughout and andlits andIs andhis
his Is number Cassiea e Not a a Bit LIke UkeMother LIkeother Likedother
Mother other was delicious delteloasElsa l lElsa
Elsa Ryan is another member memberteed herof of ofbold the thecaet thel
another
l cast who last night uig tightened tightenedcn teed her bold boldrn boldn
rn the affections of Washingtonians WasbingtontansHer
Her blggeet success 8U < Cess was s her h r laughable laughablenumber JauibablelIumber laughablesiumber
number with the male chorus chorushngl Captain CaptainTVhen Captainnn
hngl nn l ° pop pophen poPWhen
hen one excepts Miss Wehlen themost the theiroet themost
most attractive feature of the production productionJK
JK its mule mu c Like most of the features featuresthe toaturesthe featuresthe
the muIc mu ic C Is not on the American type typeThere tvperrhpre type
There is s none of the iIe clash of cymbals cymbalstfect tram tramr ls lsff
< tfect ff t a la Georgie Cohan but much of ofis ofJt ofi
Jt i + is seductive and alluring with haunt haunting hauntJlg haunting ¬
ing strains that linger in the mind Ivan Ivanaryll Ivanra1YI1 Ivanraryll
raryll aryll who is responsible IE8 for the e music musicMmself musIcJlmselr musichmself
Mmself conducted the orchestra of offorty or1r1y offnrtr
forty pieces C M S McLellan who whowrote whonte whoa
a wrote nte the books and lyrics also saw the theopening theopenlnb theopening
opening last 111htA night nightA
A chorus < which Is ono of the th best bestlooking bestlookin bestlooking
looking lookin aggregations eptloDf seen her this sea seaPCft seaftb seaPi
PCft stunning stunni costumes and almost per perfect perfPf perfect ¬
fect stage s settings set DiS all imported added addedtheir addedtheir addedtheir
their quota to make the premiere of ofMarriage orMarrlage ofMarriage
Marriage a la Carte the tb success 6 itreally it itreally itTNLUy
really was M H 3C 3C5AYETY MGAYETYQaeeas
I IGAYETYQueem
GAYETYQueem < 5AYETY Qaeeas of the Jardin de deParis c deParis e 1 1Paris
Paris ParisThe ParisThe I IThe
The big company II7 appearing a n wider ibis ibisattractive tAbRtt thisattractive
attractive Rtt title gave a threeboar r bill billn
n + the Gayety last night which was waswarmly wasrmly waswarmly
warmly rmly received recetv tl by a large holiday holidaycudience holidayS
cudience J udien e The company boasts of ofcomedians ortmedtaQS ofenmedlahs
comedians who cause many J laughs laughsdancers laughsdancers ghs ghsdlU1
dancers dlU1 < en who perform with ease aDd aadgrace aDdrace andgrace
grace and a number of ofgood jiood eod singers singersAn
An unnamed comedy in two act acttaken cu cuRken actstaken
taken from the French comprises the theViTU theNil
Nil 1 iT1 Harry Koler and John Fields have havechief bave1f
1f > chief comedy roles and made good goodom gooclm goodotn
om m the t start Miss Hoatini has the theThe theraT therat
raT t or Frou FrOtl aDd scored Qev heavily y
The Th Oniieus Orr Tour our and Campbell Cam bell and andfurtis andfurtls andeurtts
furtis gave a number of specialties specialtiesThe specialties7he
The soailed I alloed Apache pfttomlrae patot lme was wasrnittted wasmittecl wasemitted
rnittted from the evening bill owing to tothe tot
1 the h ne numerous recallsgiven recalls given the various variousmembers variousmemlHrs variousmembers
members of the company companyGRAJfD compaayGRANDV4ul companyt
GRAJfD GRANDV4ul GRANDVaudeville GRANDVaudevilleAn VaHaeviHe VaHaeviHeAn eviHe eviHeAn
t
An entertaining eatcrtlnl ng show was presented presentedat
at the Avenue venue Grand Theater yesterday yesterdayto
to f o a larg Iar + audience audienceMysterious aodleuceMysterious eJIceYstedous
Mysterious Moore beaded the bill UI with withnumerous withnumeroas withnumerons
numerous card and trunk tricks Hearn Hearnand Hearna Hearnand
and a nd Rutter gave a number of songs ngs and anddW anddM anddli
dW some good dog cIe dancing dancingMiss dancingLiss
Miss 111 Liss Van Xetzell Xet l presented preseat G a clever cleverlittle clevertoile Ieverilttl
little skit that proved pro ed one of the big bigsest big big1tJt biggest
sest hits o 011 the bilL bHtBH bilL1I billBell
BH 1I aad SVashbum Introduced several severaloperatic severalfera1le severaloperatic
operatic selections and Imitations as on onihe on1hf onthe
the concertina tiDa while Goodhue and Bur Burgfss BtlrfSS Barg
gfss g ss gave a novelty in shad shadow w dancingwith dancing dancingwith daclDSith
with ith sereral songs songsValveoo EODgsYaJveao songsValveno
Valveoo aDd Lanaare 1 Vie acrobats gave gavon gavesn
a sn n exaAtttM of lw d baJaacfctr s g and andtjmbMas aIMtJm andtvmblinThe
tjmbMas tJm tvmblinThe Tfce usual ratten n < pictures pkturesf picturesconctolea
f coochMed conctolea the bfil aLf
f
wing ing Scene rn in uThe The Follies of 1910 IJIOU I II
THE DESERTERS THRILLS THRILLSPATRONS THRILLSPATRONS THRILLSPATRONS
PATRONS OF COLUMBIA COLUMBIAMilitaryDetective COLUNIBIAMilitary COLUMBIAMilitaryDetective
MilitaryDetective Military Detective Play Pleases Holiday Crowds CrowdsHelen CrowdsHelenVare Helen I IWare
Ware Shows ShovsMuch Much Ability in Handling Role of MadgeSummersOrme Madge MadgeSummers IvladgeSummersOrme
Summers SummersOrme Orme Caldaras sGood Good Work
A Hlterydetectlve pWy pJ 7 with plenty pteatyof
of action two strong stD scenes S es a aM d the tnecombined tMcombined thecombined
combined thrills nsaaHy 1IS8 Dy allotted sep separately separately separately ¬
arately to the individual lDdiYi U1 type er f plays playsdealing playsdeallnSWith playadealing
dealing deallnSWith with soldiery Hial cY or det etcde etcdea vistaed e ire oeach oeacha ack acka
a favorite theme for the playwrlglttbJ playwrlglttbJat pteywrlght is isat
at the Columbia this week weekThe eek eekThe I IThe
The Deserters written by Robert RobertPeyton RObertPoyton BobertPeyton
Peyton Carter and Anna Alice Chaph Chaphand Chaplaand Chaphuand
and in which an old Wasbtogten W8bIlt fa favorite taoril favorite ¬
vorite oril Miss Helen Ware ba has made her herdebut herdebut herdebut
debut as 5 a star pleased two large Holi hoIida holiday Holiday ¬
da day audiences audfe s yesterday Y The work of ofMiss orMISs ofMiss
Miss MISs Ware was as enthusiastically re received re reeelved
eeived as was that of Orme e Caldara a astock astock astock
stock company idol minus some of his bisformer JaI5fonner hisformer
former mannerisroe mannerisroeIn
In the beginning it may be said that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while the burden of the plays demandsfalls demands demandsfalls d dtall
falls upon Miss Ilse WareaM Ware and Mr Caldara Caldaraand CaWraand Caidaraand
and they arose to each eadIoc occasion finely belythe finelythe j jthe
the support withal la excellent ceH nt and andFrederick aDdFrcderick andFrederick
Frederick Truesdell Eleanor StuartLotto Stuart StuartLottd j jLotta
Lotto LInthicum and Boward Halt Haltcreditably Haltcredltab1y Hallcreditably
creditably handled their Ir comparatively comparaUvelyminor COftIpItlYel7minor comparativelyminor
minor roles rc4eThe roies roiesThe rolesThe
The Deserters savors strongly of ofthe orthe ofthe
the melodramatic Perhaps It is not out outof outor outof
of place to call it melodrama rsma pure and andsimple aDdmple andsimple
simple mple but its good to melodrama lodrama al although 301thouih although ¬
though one sees s es the obvious end of the theplay t theplay e ep1ay
play from the beginning begin Ring and there are areseveral areseveral areseveral
several opportunities where overacting overactingcould overcUncould overactingcould
could place this really entertaining pro production prod1 production ¬
duction d1 Uon on the borderline of the cheaper cbeapecvariety cheapervarlet cheapervariety
variety Miss U5S Wares artistry her nat natural natural i ioral
ural rbUta bUt as an emotional em actress and andher andher j
her attendant knowledge of the danger dangerline dangerJI dangerline <
line JI however hOwe r makes the play immune immUBetrom immunefrom immunefrom
from any such misfortune and one onemay Oftemay onemay
may Jnsr sit and enjoy the Wg btSand scenes scenesand scenesand
and the thrills and forget their melo melodramatic melodramatic melodramatic
dramatic qualities qualitiesThe quaHt3The quahtlrsThe
The plot is a simple one Madge SumHOLIDAY Sum SumON SnmHOLIDAY
I ION 1s
HOLIDAY OFFERINGS
ON BILL AT ATHonors CHASE HUESHonors CHASEHonors s
Honors Belong to Herzog Herzogand Herzogand Herzogand
and His Six Trained TrainedHorses TrainedHorses TrainedHorses
Horses HorsesThe
The holiday bill at atCbases Chases is one ne ki kikeeping Inkeepl1g htkeeping
keeping with the spirit of the tb season seasoncontaining seaSO1pcontaining seasoncontaining
containing as It does several hlghtiass hlghtiassnumbers hlg highclassnumbers ciss cissnu
numbers nu rs new to Washington W snIngtoa audiences audiencesand atldle atldleand audiencesand
and capacity aclty houses ruled at the th opening open openin openinJ
in inJ performances Herzo Herzog and bis nix tixTrakhene foIxTrakbene nixTrakbene
Trakbene horses bo e3 carry the honors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bilL This is unquestionably unquestJoRa y the thebeat thebet thebest
beat equine act seen on this stage stageWith stagesWith stageWith
With remarkable precision the horses horsesgive hO horsesgive e8 e8gIe
give drills that for military precision precisionwould precl precisionwould on onwould
would Co = t Justice us to human beings The TheIntelligence TheIntelUgenc TheIntelligence
Intelligence shown was little short of ofmarvelous ofmanCous ofmarvelous
marvelous Herzog opens his act with withan withan withan
an exhibition of fancy riding that won wonrounds wonrounds wonrounds
rounds of applause applaSiseJessie applabstJessie applauseJessie
Jessie Brown and Bert Kalmar present presenta presentmosaic
a mosaic of dance melody and mirth mirththeir mirththeir mirththeir
their character terpslchorean numbers namersbeln numbersbeinr bers bersbetn
beln beinr features Miss nss Browns toe danc dancing dancIn danelag ¬
lag In is excellent excellentEdwards excellentEdWards c lent lentdwards
Edwards Van and Tiernay Tiern y a trio of ofvocalists o ovocaJlsts ofvocalists
vocalists new to Eastern audiences a as asthey asthey asthey
they hall from the West sing a number numberof
of ragtime songs with one of their theirnumber theirnumber theirnumber
number at the piano Charles F Semon Se Semon Se Semon
mon mon the slim fellow fe ow who 110 does a com comedy comc cornedy ¬
edy c musical stunt has added to his hisrepertoire hisrepertoire hisrepertoire
repertoire since his last appearance appearancehere appearancehere e ehere
here hereGeorge hereGeorge
hereGeorSe George Reno and Company present a areal areal areal
real laugh producer In The Tb Misfit MisfitArmy MisfitArno MisfitArmy
Army and share the comedy honors honorsof
of th the bill with Fred St Onge and Com Company CompattY Company ¬
pany The Whimsical Wheelmen W eelmen The Thefemale Thefema1e Thefemale
female members of the latter combina combination comhinaon combination ¬
tion on is an acrobat of some merit meritHarry meritHarry meritMarry
Harry Fox and the Millership sisters sistersare sistersare sistersare
are a clever trio the dancing of the sis atsters sisters slst ¬
ters t rs bingartlstlc being artistic and pleasing pleasingHOWARD pteaslngHOW pleasingHOWARD
HOWARD HOW ARDuIUaclvine BlackviUc a Corporation CorporationThe
The offering at the Howard Theater Theaterwas Theaterwas Theaterrwas
was greeted last night by on one of the thelargest the1argest thelargest =
largest audiences since its opening A Anew Anew Anew
new musical production Biackvilles BJackvlllesCOlIloratlon BlackviIlesCorporation BiackvillesCorporation
Corporation under the direction of J JLcubrle JLcubrle JLeubrie
Lcubrle Hill proved pleasing pleasingThe pleaSIngThc pleasingThe
The company is headed by J Leubrie LeubrieHill LeulniHill
Hill and Leano Marsnall na1L Brown and andShslton andS andShelton
Shelton S 1ton Bvone Hobinscn Louis Mitch MitcJielL Mitchell Mitche
elL e
elLThe The bill will be continued ooD4ln ed all week weekTvith w wwith weekwith
with Thursday and Saturday S turday matinees matineesIt
It contains good oOdc comedy medy and a anum anumber num number urn urnbar ¬
ber of catchy musical muslca1rmnbers muslca1rmnbersWreck lumbers lumbersWreck rnlnbersWreck
Wreck of St Denis Seen SeenVICTORIA S SeenVICTORIA en enVICTORIA
VICTORIA B C Dec 2T iThe The SU SUDenis StDenis l lD
Denis D mls a 400ton steamer which Is mere merethan mlrethan merethan
than four months m nlhs overdue here has hasbeen ha habeen hasbeen
been officially placed on ontlte the list of lost lostships ostships lostships
ships a re report naving haT1n been received thismorning this thismorning smorning
morning g of of the sighting of her wrecked wreckedhuU wreckeduH wreckedhull
hull uH by the > steamer team r Tees T off Cape C e Scott ScottIt ScottIt ScottIt
It is feared Ieaedt that t aUher all her tweaty tweD twwentltSvseffl twwentltSvsefflcera 1 fiyeeffl fiyeeffleers v efi eficera ¬
cera and meD menwere wereJ1oat loit =
If
n mars an a army officers daughter davgllterable unable un unaWe
able to eater eJIt the service herself konl ll but butwtth Imtwtth butwith
wtth an inherent love for fqrlt fgritr it tarns de deteetHre de deteetheo deteetive
teetHre her vocation being to track trackdeserters traclceerteni trackdeserters
deserters befog them back and make makesoon makeof makemen
soon of them tbejnHer UtemHtx themHer
Her scruples however prevent her hertracking hertraddDg hertracking
tracking a nay y man accused of a capital capitalrune capttalime capitalThere
rune runeThere ime
There imeT1tec JIBe been en a murder done at an anarwy ann anarmy
army n p H post s < The girt detective Is sent sentfor MIltfor sentfor
for but rb the M nature of the crime of ofwMch orwblcll ofwhldt
wMch a4JS Jan s Craig CraI played by bOrme bOrmeCaldara Orrae OrraeCsJdara OmteCaJdra
CsJdara is accused to kept secret secretter front fronther fromer
her ter er Sbe to told it is desertion dee 9be 9bertndx Shends 9berods
rods nds the deserter In a saloon loon on San SanFraaciscos SailF SanFrabtieo
F Fraaciscos a water front Its nests a aer nestslearns ease easeoj
oj h love > ve at t first sight Madge a Summers Summerslearns SummersJe
learns of the the thereal real crime as s she Felt reneretes reiterates Feltorates
orates her love love for Craig and yet tens tenshim telbhim tellshit
him hat she must turn him over to the theoftkers j jofficers
officers otft Am5 Then Tbe she momentarily mo moe moserte e de deserts aeerbl ¬ I
serts her calling and begs the h boy 5 10 10ftee toAee oflee
flee He doeent however and deepi despite despiteCraigs despiteeratgs 1 1Cratg
Craigs s lost faith in her k Jove ve o tha a lgirl lgirldetective girl girldetective girldetecthe
detective turns all her he helag efforts o Prov Proving prfVI ¬
lag I him innocent of murder which she shegoes sINIn shedoes
goes in the end endThe eDdThe
The scenes at the army post postthe and In Jntbe Intbe
tbe San Franeteeo o water front are drawn drawntrue dnLwntnJe drawntrue
true to Uf life Miss Ware shows her great greatvereatilr1 greaterfitil greatversatiWV
vereatilr1 erfitil v in the latter where where she be becomes bencrt
comes concert ncrt hall singer surrounded surroundedbv
bv men and women of the unoerworla unoerworlaBleanor UDderworJcLleanor un o oeanoruant
Bleanor eanoruant JHuart uart cave an artistic ana ananaturally andDaturIIT
naturally repulsive ca cathe characterization of ofthe ofthe
the woman dope fiend and Lawrence LawrenceSfceehan La LawrenceSheehan reAce reAceSAeeban <
Sheehan and Edward C C Howard made madeexf madeexcellent j jexcellent
excellent exf llent > dive < habituesHer habitues habituesHer i iHer
Her impersonation of Madge Mhd a Summers Summersprotnises Summers1MOIRI8es SummersMls
protnises Miss U s Wares success as a star starof starThe starhie
hie The plAy e In which she appears is Oft Oftor oneof
of human human appeal I whether one likes likesthe Hkestbe 1ikeetM
the army and its life or not and Fred Frederick Fredk Frederick ¬
erick k Truesdell and his inferior officers officersgive offlcersgive officersgive
give the production an armylike atmos atmosphere atmospbere j jphere
phere that makes the majors and colonels colonelsout colonelSout colonelsout
out fro front at sit up and take notice One Oneseeking Oneekin Oneseeking
seeking ekin a little Christmas excK excltMReIt excltMReItan < xne K I Ican
can an find U t by seeing The Deserters DesertersThe DeserteCADEMY DesertersACADEMY
ACADEMY P PATRONS PATRONSPLEASED A fRONS fRONSPLEASED
PLEASED WITH 1TH BILL BILLThe
The Port of Missing Men MenReceived MenReceived MenReceived
Received With Much MuchEnthusiasm MuchEnthusiasm MuchEnthusiasm
Enthusiasm EnthusiasmiThe
iThe TIle Port of Missing Men cn this thisweeks thiseaks thisweaks
weeks eaks offering at the Academy was wasreceived wasreceived vas vasreceived
received with great enthusiasm last lastnight Jastnlbbt lastnight
night and bids fair to be one of the themost themOM themost
most popular attractions of the current currentseason currentSA3on currentseason
season with the devotees of the Aced Aoademy Acedeany Academy
emy Theater TheaterThe TbeaterThe TheaterThe
The play is a dramatization of the thewellknown thewelIknlWI1 thewitknown
wellknown novel of the same title by byMeredith byerOOIth byMeredith
Meredith erOOIth Nicholson While Wh e rather free freeIt freeIt freeit
It nevertheless ll verthe a retains enough of the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original story to make it a stirring stirringmanc ro romance r rmance ¬
mance of Intrigue and d adventure adventureFrom adventureJrom adventureFrom
From Washington to the Blue Ridge Ridgeof
of Virginia the two scenes in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the play is laid the action is carried carriedthrough carriedthrough carriedthrough
through with a vigor and Excitement Excitementthat ucltemcntthat ttxcitementthat
that holds the th audience spellbound spellboundHugo spellboundHu spellboundHugo
Hugo Hu o B Koch nfthe ii the min rcs ro of John Arm Armtape Armltage Armitage
tage tne tt enigmatical enl aUcal hero was all that thata thatplUKe
a piutce in disguise e should be and made madean madean madean
an idem i matinee hero heroDuring heroDring heroDaring
During the he entire last two acts of the theplay theplaya theplay
play playa a awild wild though rather unconvincing unconinclngstorm unconvincingstorm unconvincingstorm
storm rages r C8 Unconvincing owing to tothe tothe tothe
the Tact that though several of the thecharacters th thcharactern thecharacters
characters are ar supposed to have trav traveled tra traeJed traveledthrough ¬
eled eledthrough through it afoot some dtstanc dlstancgover dtstancover dlstancover
over mountain roads and they seem no noworse nowonc noworse
worse for the journey and appear dry dryas dryas dryas
as the proverbial bone if they used um umbrellas umbrellas umbrellas ¬
brellas raincoats and other storm pro protections protections protections ¬
tections which the action of the th play playmakes playmakes playmakes
makes highly improbable they donned donnedand donnedand donnedand
and shed hed them themoutsde outside of the audi audlences audiences audiences ¬
ences ences ken thereby getting a lot of un undeserved undeserved undeserved ¬
deserved sympathy sympathyThe s mpath30 mpath30The
The cast was very well balanced and andbeyond andbeyond andbeyond
beyond a few errors in staging no fault faultcould faultcould faultcould
could be found foundTne foundThe N
The roles of both female parts were wereweU W WweU werewell
weU taken takenSteps takenSteps takenSteps
Steps to Release ReleaseImprisoned ReleaseImprisoned I IImprisoned
Imprisoned Miners MinersDiaNViSK MinersD MinersDENVER
DENVER D VER Dec 27 iThe The first step to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure the release of the sixteen mem members members members ¬
bers of the Western Federation of ofMiners ofMIners ofMiners
Miners whom District Judge G WWhltror WI W WWhitfor
Whitfor = sentenced to one year In Jail Jailfor jailfor
1 for fo disobeying dlsbe ng l1S an Injunction Isaued by byhim byhim byhim
him will be taken today when attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys apply for f writs of error and ask askthe askthe
I the Supreme Court q rt to take Immediate Immediateitkra Immedlatetlon Immediatetion
itkra If the Supreme Court refuses refusesto
to tOa3sume assume jurisdiction jur dl tion apetition a will wUlEreented wlllbe wlllbepresented b bpresented
presented to Governor Shafroth to par paraon paroon parson
I son the men menThe menThe menThe
The Colorado State Federation of ofLabor ofI ofI
Labor has taken up the fight In behalf behalfof
I j of the miners Tonight there will be a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of the executive committee rf rfthe cfthe r
the tbefed federation ratlon to draft a bill to be pre presented presentedto presonted ¬
I sented sentedto to the t e Legislature Leg lattJre restricting the theuse theuse theuse
use of injunctionst injunctions
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FOLLIES F0LLI ESD DELIGHTS OEL1TSBest DELIGHTSI DELIGHTSTWO EUGHTSTO I
TWO TOBest BIG AUDIENCES AUDIENCESBest
Best Since 1907 Seems to toBe toBe toBe
Be Almost A1mpst Unanimous UnanimousVerdict U UnanimousVerdict nanimous I IVerdict
VerdictThe Verdict VerdictThe
The he beet follies since IiID KXTT announce announcement aADOUIltCment announcement ¬
ment seems at last to have been jus justiffed jU9tfflffi Justified
tiffed in the entertainment provided hy hythe bythe r rthp
the Follie of TOUT Wbefere before two holiday holidayaudiences holidayaudiences holidayaudiences
audiences at the National Theater The ter yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terdayThe terdayThe terdayThe
The panoramic p DOtamic style of entertainment entertainmenttn
to the annual ZlejrfeJd production defies defiesdescription detksdescrlptioa detrsdecriptivs
description but by this time has bernme be become bfome ¬
come adequately understood by regular regularpatrons regulart8trom regularpatrons
patrons of lighter form f rm of entertain entertainment ontertalnment entertainment ¬
ment mentThe mentThe mentThe
The follies tol of this season differ only onlyfrom ontytrom onlyfrom
from from predecessors in added velocity and andthe anoithe andthe
the sixteen scenes 3C mes are reeled off In Inrapidfire inrapldftre inrapid
rapidfire rapid ilre succession 8UCCeMlon that suggests aCinematograph a acinematograph aclAemat
clAemat cinematograph sraph The twe intermissions intermissionsare lonsare
are welcome breathing spaces spacesBert spacesBert spacesBert
Bert Williams won and Fanny Brie arc arcrcfjxmaribto ar arrwponfllble areresponsible
responsible for the heartiest laughs and andboth andboth andboth
both are to be commended for keeping keepingwell kplnwell keepingwell
well within the bounds of propriety
This vas 8 not true of two numbers in inthe inthe inthe
the early part of the second act en entitled enUtJed entitled ¬
titled Temptation tion Rag and Dd Fan Fanfeago Fandango
feago < 80 Has U I J ie more than likely likelythat likelythat
that these daneec da will be attuned to tothe toUte toCapitals
the Capitals ideas of theatrical diners discretion dbcteden dinersden ¬
den for the rest of the week weekOpening weekOpening weekOpening
Opening of Revue RevueThe RevueT1t RevueThe
The T1t revue epos with wlthcbar8cterlsUc wlthcbar8cterlsUcJlaaltty characteristic characteristicorfgfoattty characteristicofiglnal
ofiglnal orfgfoattty Jlaaltty ty and the advertised erlt ett11IOf mam mammo mammoth
moth mo Ji company for once moaswed up upto upto upto
to t th heralded aroporUonc Indeed the thestage tbebP thestage
stage bP seems too small for the Ut fun play playof Jlayof playof
of the organization and th the aisles aislespriated ahII ahIIbttx aislesboxes
bttx boxes lid orchestra seats were ere appro approprt approDIl
ted prt ted at times bv entertainers entertainersIt entertainerswould
It I t would be a ton long story to eamncrate eamncratetko eerateUte enemeratethe
tko sang and comedy hits of the Fol Follies Foilies ¬
lies One of the t bE > most aecepta arcfcptaUe a JKaIe le por portions poetises ¬
tions of the entertainment Jlt was the theKemtatsoent thehl thereminiscent
reminiscent hl Ragtime t1me Revue R u of the thesecond th4et thesecond
second net et which though it opened with withthe WIththe withthe
the objectionable numbers mentioned mentionedrose
rose to senates = entertainment before it ftwas itwa ItW418
wa was well under way and afforded naaetof moat moatof JIHJIItof
of the principals prl a chance to display displaytheir displaytheir
their respective talents Bv B labeling the thenumber 1benum theIIumber
number er reminiscent the producer rosy lINyve
have ve thought to escape mention of the thefart thetact thefact
fart that that adjective Is descriptive of ofmoot MmOIIt ofmost
moot of the vocal vOML11UId and orchestral OIT tral melody melodyBfckei melodyBickel melodyBickel
Bickel and Watson did yeomens ser service aervlee service ¬
vice in many JRBYttl of the rapid ssucoeeslot KK 8IoR OR of ofscenes Cx ofscenes
scenes x and their various disKutoes were werealmost wereAl werealmost
almost Al as Interesting intere t as their stunts rtuntsIn stuntsIn UDt UDtTn
In colltnc cnl cuIUn the best from fro several popular popularnutate rePularmu86ca1 popularmusical
nutate musical successes Julian MItehe MHrhdLJUvd Mltrheli1Ui4113In MHrhdLJUvdHair Land LandHarry
Hair B Smith have n net vt t oveiioe overlooked overlookedprevious red redprevious M MPJCvJous
previous editions of the Follies YoIl YoIlo1cI The Tbeold Theold
old band under the > able direction dire loa of ofrocket orUcluI ofIlekel
rocket and Watson equipped with lIP htaffttnooR lIPfA hisfamous
famous fA trombone were tKere Ut thereand d fm fma fgautt funnine
nine a r than ever everLavish e9PrLavis everLavish
Lavish Production ProductionCome Pr PreductionCome dllcn dllcnCome
Come Aion Along Mandy en estye ttyed Je this tfctotime tIdatilDe thistime
time by LOUaa Lorafae and Harry Ptt Ptte ptJeer P11ear
e ear r baa been better done = So 0 has the theprtoeftcht eprlae4k thepvizedsrbt
prtoeftcht t burlesque The rest of t Ute on ontertainment e etertaimneat OR ORt
tertaimneat t < is of c a dtethacUy cUftl ctJ svperior euperkortype svperiortype I4Itterlortype
type typeNot typeNot typeNot
Not the toast expected ex ted of th the TGI TGIUta Fol Follies p plies ¬
lies is lavish costtoninr ost and handsome handaomestave handsomestage e est
stave st t setrwn 5et settbata In both respects this thteprojection tJdspr1I1 thispro
projection pr1I1 pro hetion tIon et et A flew ew stride trM Tb Tine apple applethe IPoPIIksom appleblossom
blossom som strove the Cafe d LOper LOpertlte and andthe
the swing h scene were wereJa parUenlarty
lavish lavishBobby Ja lavishBobby visb
visbBctbbv
Bobby North BIlly Reeves Shirley SairteyKeHojtg S irleyn
Ile n KeHojtg 1IOga ad Florence Gardner ner were wereother Wetother wereothaprincipals
other othaprincipals principals wldeserve wh deserve eserYe eserYea mention mentionan
a an ail l the honor list t might Idr be swelled sweOedgreater swelledJret to togreater
Jret greater length lengthA
A rthlnK r tank tan into r which bleh le two of the theprincfnals the1rtndpa1s theprincipals
principals plunjec 1JIu c In evt ctamft < aing g dress and andhathhwr allflhatbtnr sadbathing
bathing girls disport in pneumonia pneumoniadefying pn 1mI 1mIfYng umoi iade iadefying
defying costumes umel musical m 1 instruments instrumentsbuR heten4BbUIc
buR bUIc r about the theater a liafieacomet lSaBeys lSaBeysthe UDeOlD
OlD comet t and a swing song were some 0 0tbe ofthe
the other features t of the th showLYCEUM show showLYCEUM sitowLYCEUMXhe
LYCEUM LYCEUMXhe The Srtlkkers RellickersTire SrtlkkersThe Relli kersThe <
The Tire RoHtekers at the New Lyceum LyceumTheater LyeeumTheater LyceumTheater
Theater this week week present two lively livelyburlesque UVeiTburleslUM livelyburlesques
burlesque A On One Nfe N Nleht it t Stand St at atSkeeksvflle atSkeeksv atSkeeksvtlle
Skeeksvflle le and Please Take It In Inthe 10the Inthe
the first named Sam Goldman was thebright the thebright thebright
bright particular star keeping k JtllIg the audience audi audience audience ¬
ence in a continuous good humor In Inthe I Ithe Iithe
the second number which is a conglom conglomeration eongkMneraUon conglomeration ¬
eration of comedy and nonsense Cten CtenBevina CkJrBevlns ClemBevie
Bevina ably assisted by Charles Cole Colend Cui Cuiand Coteand
and nd the th large la e chorus made a big hit hitThe hit hitThe httThe
The otto consisted coosI6t of Xadell and Bell BellIn BeilIn BellIn
In a novelty velty duo The Girl On the theVorld theWorld theWorld
World Charles C Cole and nd Harry Harr E EWarner E EWarner9 EWarner
Warner German comedians Sam Gold Goldman Goldman Goldman ¬
man singing parodies and Clem Bevins Beviasnnd Bevinsand Bevinsand
and company in a sketch entitled Con Constable Contable Constable ¬
stable Pike Detective The chore choruwas bormwag chorewas
was extremely good in a number of en ensembles enfembles ensembles ¬
sembles and was handsomely costumed
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FROM UNITED STATES S A TES
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Carolina Seeking Phillip PhillipL Phihi P PL
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tea t write rites > i ROOM l I have writ writtea wJ1tell written
tea him twice het t have i ipiy received ai r re repb
piy to e M letter I mglosed a aor money DeyonkT moneyorder
or order er for itHe 94 94understood M Mue
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w tnsowe ue ago but part 01 the time timelie timebe
lie spent I BaIdID Bk ore He also ewes ewnehouse 8 8hoU8 ahome
house In BatUmore BatUmoreT
r I heard 1a5t w week that be W8 dead deadI deadso
I you can reeJbe how worried I am amI amI
I know no one to whoa to write but the theotice thepollee theIf
pollee otice If I can P l Jnd nd d out anything AD about aboutIm abouthim abouthim
him Im I wish you ro fJU > u would WOuld let me know as assoon asOOII asSoon
soon as possible possibleInquiry po 8ibleIDQuil peewbleInquiry
Inquiry was made in Twtnint City but butth buttH butthe
th tH police failed 0 o get t any trace ofThomas of ofThomas orT
Thomas or And anyone who knew him himOne himOne himOne
One of G O P Founders FoundersPasses FoundersPasses FoundersPasses
Passes Away In Detroit DetroitDETROIT DetroitDETROIT DetroitDETROIT
DETROIT Mich Dec 27 2 August AuguFtMarxhau8ell AugustMarxhaueen AugwtMarxhauaen
Marxhauaen seventyeight ev ntyftght publisher of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Detroit Abendpoet a German daily dailyrener daliyner dailyrnter
rener ner and one of the founders of the theRenubltcan theRellbttcan theReubltcan
Renubltcan party died here today todayIJ todayHn
IJ Hn J contracted a cold at a local ceme eemeterv cemetery Emttpry < ¬
tery yesterday where he placed l a arreath aoreath awreath
wreath on th the > grave of h his is wife 1ff
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4751 sona supervision since its inf infancy infancyAllow ncy ncyAllownoonetodeceiTeyouinthis
Allow AllownoonetodeceiTeyouinthis AllownoonetodeceiTeyouinthisAll no one to deceive yonin this thisAll thisAll
All Connterfeitst r rExperiments Imitations and Just Jnstasgoods asgood are but butErperiments butExperiments
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ofInfants ofInfants o oInfants
Infants and Children Childrenfuperience Experience against Experiment ExperimentCastoria ExperimentWhat ExperimentWhat
What is isCastoria CASTCRIA CASTCRIACastoria
Castoria Is a harmless substitute su stltnte for Castor Oil Pare Paregoric Pareegone Paregoric ¬
goric I Drops > rops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Plea t It Itcontains Itcontains Itcontains
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other iVarcoticsubstance Narcotic 2Jarcoticsubstance Narcoticfubstance
substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms Wormsand Wormsand Yonnsand
and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea Dia h a and WindColle WindColic Wind WindColic
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Constipationand Constipationand
and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the theStomach theStomach theStomach
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep sleepQChe sleepThe sleepThe
The Childrens Panacea PanaceaThe The mothers Friend IriendBears FriendCENUlrlE FriendCENUac1
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Bears the Signature of ofin ofThe
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BOSTON Mass Jas 3X DQC > e 37 3gattleLe 3gattleLeBlanc HatUe Le LeBlanc LeBlaW
Blanc defendant In tile trial for the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Clarence F over or Cambridge Cam Cambridge Cambridge
bridge Mass Maee who was acquitted of thecharge the thecharge thecharge
charge ef kflltog her employer ompIo er has paid paidher paidher paidher
her last vtatt visit to tile United States ScalesThis StatesThis StatesThis
This announcement was made by aprominent a aprominent
prominent official of the immigration immigrationservice ImmI immigyatlctservice l l8ervtce
service here today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The Le Blanc Blanc girl who Is a mere mererhild merefhfId merechild
child is foreign born and therefore thereforecan
can an be kept out of the United States If IfCor Jffnr IfTor
Cor any reason she leaves it of of her own ownvolition ownVolitIon ovenvolition
volition It is doubtful if the authori authorities authorlti authorities ¬
ties ti would have taken takenDY any action in the thematter themat thematter
mat matter tel if she had remained quietly at athome atJlome athome
home but as she has SOBS ODe for a Christ Christmas Chtmas Christmas ¬
mas visit to some relatives In Nova 2ovaSrotla XovaS NovaScotia
Scotia S It Is stated that she will not notb notallowed notbe
be b allowed to return returnIt
It is not thought that there wilt be beany beany beany
any fight i made > de by the girl or hr relatives rela relatives relatives ¬
tives to obtain her reentrance into theinited the theTnited he hetnited
Tnited States Stat as she stated before beforeIfavlngr beforeleaning eloreJEa11ng
leaning Cambridge that sn she would prob probaT probahiy prebahly
ahiy aT > iy not return as the notoriety JtOt which whichshe whichshe whichshe
she achieved through the Glover trial trialas trialas trialas
as most mo t unpleasant allt to her and she shede shedslred shedrslred
de dslred sired to remain for some e time at least leastwith leastwith leastwith
with her relatives in Nova Scotia ScotiaIn ScollaIn ScotiaIn
In case she does attempt to come backshe back backshe backshe
she will be met at the border and quiet quiets quietturned ¬
i s y turned back the authorities giving givingor givingfor
for < or the cause of their action her re relations reiaUons relations ¬
lations with Glover which she is said saidtr MIdfr
tr t have confessed ed to the police on her herarrest herarrest herarrest
arrest for the murder murderPrince munierPrince murderPrince
Prince Would Explain ExplainChurch ExplainChurch ExplainChurch
Church Article to Pope PopeROME PopenOME PopeROME
ROME Dec DecPrince 37 ZOPrince Prince Maximilian of ofSaxony ofSaxony ofSaxony
Saxony a Jeswlt J Je eoft t brother of the Kin Kinof King Kingor Kingof
of Saxony s awaiting awai ug an andiencewith andience andiencewKh andlencewith
with Pope Pole to whom he will ex explain explain explait ¬
plain the auth authority rSty for his celebrated celebratedarticle ceJebrtedaMide celebratedarticle
article on the union of the Oriental andRoman and andRoman aMRonaan
Roman churrhe Prince Maximilian Maximilianwill MaxtmllIanill Maximilianwill
will ill endeavor to show it is said that thathe thath thathe
he h was 1oa not rebellious against the au authority authority authority ¬
thority of the Roman Church that hewas he hewas heWas
was not averse to t his superiors andthat and andthat andthat
that modern theories did not enter into intoMs intoDIs intobl
Ms arguments The prince is a profes professor professor ¬
sor of camas law at the University of ofFreiburg ofFrellNrg ofFreiburg
Freiburg in Switzerland SwitzerlandThree S SwitaeriaadThree ber berThree
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injured as the result rt1lu It of a head oncollision on oncollision OKeolUstCD
collision between tween tw fact freights freightson fJltlghtsi fJltlghtsiOIl
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