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Playgoers wbo like tbe novelty of see
ing a styliah young woman who has all
tbe dasb, vivacity and resources of a
Parisienne, yet who is not coarse ot 1
offensive in her methods, who is charm
ing in appearance and manner, ought t)
bave seen Fanny Ltddiard in Tar an tl
Tartar, or should see her thia week in
the leading role of Mr. Monto Crist).
Sbe acts well and sings well, and when
she appears in tights ber legs ate
symmetrical sonnets in pink eilk.
Mr. John F. Bragg is in the city pre
paring for a lecture to be gi r
en by General Lew Wallace. Sir.
Bragg is tbe man who brought
Henry Wattetßon here, and was re
sponsible for tbat historic game of poker
Jn tbe Press club rooms. By tbe way,
T believe tbe original name of poker was
JuanCabrillo Fisher, who discovered
San Diego, is in this city, reßting after
his labors in carrying through in an
eminently successful way the i recant
fiesta in tbat city. Other theatrics I men
have thought they had found San Diego,
but Fieber ia the only one who i Recov
ered it enough to make an opera bouee
Frank Conant bas reached Ncr r York
after a pleasant trip. His Sho .'eacrea
company will open itß season at the
Fifth avenue theater on Novemb or Oth.
News arrives that the Fyke Opera
company bas disbanded in Sacra it onto,
and that Mr. Py ke ia in Portland c n.gaged
in reorganizing hia forces.
In Old Kentucky will be seen, at tbe
Los Angeles theater, commencing Thurs
day, for three nights and Saturday ma
tinee. It is described as an n.nuenally
interesting play, well pnt toga ther and
full of stirring scenes and drarr.atic situ
ations. Its success in New York laat
season, where it remained for seven
montba playing nightly to immense
houses, has given it a reputation all
through tho country. The pi ay goers of
Gotham found something new and
unique in the little pickaninnies and
they positively grew eotbu jiastio over
the real boreea and the real horae race.
The heroine, too, disarmed criticism be
cauae she wae dratty and sweet and
played the role of a young Kentucky
girl with natural grace and ingenuous
In Old fCcntuehj.
The firat act disci osea Madge Brierly's
cottage in tbe Kentucky mountains, a
huge set which reflects tbe greatest
credit on the stage carpenter. It is vig
orous, novel and picturesque. You ccc
tbe cottage amour, tbe treea in a wild
looking part of the mountains, the reai
dence of Madge, who secures ber own
protection from tbe onter world by a
draw bridge over'a yawning chasm. It
bere tbat tbe .'aero, Frank Layßon, is
nearly shot by a jealous rival; here
where the rivalri for Madge's love en
deavor to thrrm each other over the
precipice, and here where an attempt is
made to blow I'mnk up witb dynamite.
Madge saves bim by fearlesaly Bwinging
across tbe gul' by means of a rope when
tbe draw bridge fails her, and throwing
tbe bomb into the chaam. Tbere is a
thrilling spectacle as the explosion
abetters the walls of the gorge and tears
np tbe ground. This scene is cleverly
constructed and admirably worked.
Then tberf, is a capital picture of Frank
Layson's Mine Grass home and tbe home
of "Queen Bess," a mare that is to run
for tbe A ahland Oaks at the Lexington
races, In this scene the now famous
plckaniu.nies appear in eomeof the most
original and grotesque negro dances ever
aeen off a plantation. They are
taal pickaninnies and the way they
jhuflle their feet would aatonieb one nn
aeonetomed to negro dancing. Thia act
•nds 'aith an attempt to "get at" the
snare , and a successful endeavor to fire
the stable. Ac the flames ehoot forth
■nd the smoke drives back the rescuers,
Madge dashes into the atable and brings
oat tbe mate just as the burning roof
•orc.es to the ground. This dangerona
part is managed with the groateat dex
terity, tbe effeot ia thrilling, and the
■ovelty of the Btage situation pleases
tbo audience immensely. In the third
act; tbere are five scenes, the principal
being the interior and exterior of the
paddock on Lexington race course.
The hero will be ruined unless Queen
Boas wine tbe Ashland Oaks, and as the
jockey ie drunk, Madge, a clever horse
woman, done full jockey costume. She
seeme somewhat ashamed to appear in
boys' clothing, but to save her lover she
rides the mare to victory. This scene
ia (nil of excitement, especially when
tbe thoroughbreds are observed in the
race and Queen Besa carries the plucky
heroine brat past the post. The clieera
of tba crowd are emphaaized by the ap
plause of tbe audience.
P Tbere was no decrease in the size of
tbe attendance at the Imperial tbe past
week, in spite of tbe fact that most of
tbe people in tbe company are repeating
thsir nets, especially tho Braalz brothers
ami A. W. Ilalme.
With a matinee today at 2 o'clock and
this evening, will be the last perform
ance of the Braatz brothers. The ex
cellent acrobatic feats of these two per
formers are never lacking in point of
interest and they will retain their stand
ing as one of the leading attractions.
They have an easy, gracefnl style in the
various feats which they perform.
Tomorrow evoning a new bill will lie
presented, introducing for the firat time
in thia city the Sankey brothors, who
come «>oll recommended as serpentine
acrobata. They will he greatly enjoyed
by those who appreciate athletic ability.
A abort description of part of their
act will prove of interest. Charles, the
younger brother, rests his back upon a
pedestal, witb hie feet in the air, his
brother balancing himself on Charles'
feet, performing a contortion act which
moat artiste could not accomplish upon
a solid foundation.
The success of tbe Addis Bisters at this
pretty aud cosy Tin apian temple has
placed them on the bills for another
week. They are artistic eingers, wbo
are gifted with splendid voices.
Next week's programme will include
an entire change of bill, with the follow
ing artists: Addis sisters, Sankey
brothers, "Artieto," Klein's Miniature
theater, Troxell St Oro, George Catlin,
Carlton & Shaffer, and several others.
Los Angeles' thoater-goorß have al
ways admired a production ol a good,
up to date burlesque and to please them
A. W. Benson announces the presenta
tion next week by his opera company of
the spectacular operatic burlesque, in
four acta, entitled Mister Monte Crieto,
aa presented for 35 nights laet February
and March at tbe Tlvoli opera bouse,
San Francisco. Tbe muaio haa been
newly compiled and arranged by Adolph
Bauer and N. Clifford Page and forma a
moßt melodic up to date score, embrac
ing all the latest eastern catchy success
ful songs. The cast will include Fannie
Liddiard aa Edmond 1 'antes, afterwards
Mister Monte Criato, a part she baa
played moat successfully in tbia
country and Australia. Daisy
Thome, as tbe trusting Mercodee,
Carrie Godfrey as tbe revengeful Cata
lan, Fernand; May Loving ton as the
dancing Valentine; Irma Fitch, a pretty
girl, with a splendid well trained soprano
voice, aa Mairette; Ynez Dean, tbe
young California contralto as Albert,
the dashing young officer. Mini de la
Motta, as the dadish Charlie de Ville
fort; Tbos. Kelly aB the plotting Noir
tier, Maurice Stewart as the drunken
Caderouae, and Hannah Davis as hia
domineering wife, Oarconte. The re
maining parts will be in good bands and
tbe chorus has been enlarged. New
scenery haa been painted by Edward
Englander and assistants, and new cos
tumes furnished by Peters of San Fran
cisco. The production will eclipse any
yet given by tbe Benson Opera company,
whicb by constant rehearsal and bard
work has been gotten into excellent
shape, and is now prepared to give an
adequate presentation of any comic,
romantic or spectacular opera.
For fair wsek Manager Cooper of the
Burbank announcea the etrongeet at
traction yet offered at bia theater dur
ing tbe preeent eeason, the English
melo-drama Hoodman Blind, by Wil
son Barrett and Henry A. Jones. Hood
man Blind ib an old English expression
for hoodwinked and refers particularly
to a man who haa been led to believe
that hia wile iB false when she ia truth
It will ho Btaged witb tbe careful
attention tci detail and acenic effeot that
prevaila nt the Burbank.
There wi 11 alao be a vaudeville enter
tainment by Ouda, the aerial marvel,
who will execute another act in mid air,
and a company of specialty artiata.
The cast of Hoodman Blind includes
the entire Cooper company. The prin
cipal charf.ctere are aa follows :
Jnek Yculet" Charles Kent
Murk Lezzard Carl llerch
Ben Ohibb.ns Thoraati Reims
Joe rtwir.-up A. 0. Sutherland
Kridge I. J. Duegan
Inspector Jcrwin .Norval McGregor
Tim Lmirei George F. *Vubster
Tom-Tit Little Georgic Cooper
Noah Quadling Grant Foreman
Jim i l .■ I g F. C. Thoinpion
j*" c . cYeal . ,Ju .':.'. \ *«<*»w>»a
I'ollle Chlbbles Camllle Cleveland
Granny Qu. idling Alma Shyrnia
Liz Alice Molt
Commencing tomorrow evening at the
Loa Angelea theater will be presented
eomething new and unique iv the
amusement line, a performance of the
drama of Uncle Tom's Cabin est to
music. Thia is the firat rendering of
the open of Uncle Tom's CUbin in tha
etate of California. The music is by
Harrison Millard. The management
rests in the hands of Mme. Fabbri-
Muller. Mr. Modini-Wood will wield
the bat'sn and act as director. The cast
includes come of our best musical
artists. A new face will bu seen in the
character of Eliza, the part being as
sumed by Miss Kate Bianua, late of the
Conried Opera compantv who has a
voice and figure particularly adapted for
tbis part. Mr. Jacob Mailer will cre»t«
LOS ANGELES HEKALD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1894.
tbe part of St. Clare. Mr. O. W. Kyle,
wbo is acting as stage manager, also as
sumes the character of Uncle Tom.
Mrs. J. W. Mitchell is east for a part
which Bbc should certainly fill per
fectly—tbat of the erratic Topsy.
Merle Manning will render the part of
George Harris, while Uichard Snllivan,
late ol the Pyke Opera company, will
be the funny little man whose naino is
Marks. Little Eva is played by Little
Hazel Baldwin in acute and charming
manner. Tbe scenery and coritumea
will be especially mlaptod for an artistic
and harmonious effect. Tbe cast is as
St. Clare Jacob MuHer
Mrs. Sr. Clare Miss O. H. Ailyn
Kva Little Haul Baldwin
Opehlia Ml»e M. Hudson
Mark! Mr. F.R.Sullivan
l.f.itree Mr. A. J. Craven
Haley Mr. H. It. Mabln
PbIBMI Fletcher Mr. W. C. stone
Rachel MlssO. Donnel
Auctioneer Mr. 11. U. Vldalin
Harry Shelby Mr. B. II Eoho
M»ater Henry Llttio hthei Baldwin
Eliza Mm Kate llmnca
Top<v Mm. J. W. Mitchell
AuutChloe Mr«. B. rticliizer
George H.rrla ilerie Manning
Un:leTom Mr. O, W. Kyle
Among the latest attractions secured
for the Loa Angeles Internationa) expo
sition is Capt. Newton H. Crittenden,
the noted explorer and ethnologist,
whose historic collections have been
among tbe ethnological features of many
great expositions, receiving diplomas
and the bigbeßt awards at Antwerp,
London, the World's Columbian and
California Midwinter expositions. Ho
will exhibit the rarest portions therot
nnder the title of Wide World. The
display will embrace most interesting
Bubjecta from the cliff dwellers and other
pre-historic American racea. Owing to
tbe delay in receiving tbe pictures com
prising the celebrated Poliah art gallery,
tbe opening baa been postponed. Due
notice will be given.
The towns aronnd the "kite" are to
be visited thia week by the American
Refined Comedy-Vaudeville company,
an organization composed of a number
of epecialty artists who have been aeen
in thia city. The American comedy
quartette; Juno, the "frog man," en
exceptionally clever contortioniet; The
Sparrows, jugglers and pantomimists;
Arthur Earle, comedian and aong
writer; Mias Toddy Mayhew, parody
vocalißt; Sandplow, the strong man,
who perloruis a number of Bide-eplitting
feats, a la Sandow, and Russell and
OJell, who do an acrobatic and tumbling
act, make up the company.
New York, Oct. ii, 1801 —Since last
week's issue, E. H. Sothern baa been
Been in Jerome IC. Jerome's play, A
Way to V/in a Woman, the new St.
James hall baa been opened, and Ohaun
cey Olcott has made a eucoese in a new
drama called The Irish Artist. Jerome*
play, which was done at the Lyceum,
shows the author's skill, but it is an im
probable otory. It, however, furnishes
young Sothern with a very strong part,
wbich a good actor could havo raised
into n great success. Aa no ono has ever
accused the gentlemanly eon of hie dia
tinguiahed father of any such thing, it
may be inferred that Mr. Jerome's play
did not make the hit it might. But all
the aame, Mr. Jerome will have to do
betier if he wißhes to maintain hia rep
utation on tliis side the Atlantic.
What was once the San Francisco
Minstrel ball, but wbich eince then haa
had half a dozen different names, was
opened on Saturday night by Alexander
Comatock with an old-faßhioned burnt
cork performance. It was indeed very
old-fashioned, aome of tha jolly jokaa
going back to the daya of George Chris
ty, Oan Bryant and Noise Seymour. It
waa modeled after the stylo of the San
Francisco minstrels, bnt unfortunately
lacked tbe talent of Birch, Backus and
Wambold, and the revival waa in no way
a success. Negro minstrelsy is played
out, anyway. The old negro has gone to
the place "whore the old niggers go,"
and too many of the generation that
knew them have joined the "groat ma
jority." The young people of today
neither know nor care for darky songs,
any more than they do for Shakespeare,
and St. James hall will probably be
known by another name pretty Boon, if
the owner does not pull down the cosy
little theater, wbich haa never been a
Tbe Irish Artist, in wbich Chauncy
Olcott made a singing success, is a really
pretty Iriah comedy, one of the beat I
have ever seen of its ilk. It has no red
coats, no process eervera, no violence,
and for once, and only once, have 1 seen
an Irish play the plot of which might
possibly have taken place. It ia the
work oi Augustus Pitou and George H.
Jeaßup, and if I have fault to find with
it I would Bay that the dialogues were
neither as witty nor us bright as we are
made to suppose Irish dialogue ought to
I had almost forgotten another new
play, which was done on Monday at the
People's theater in the Bowery. It ia
called The Captain's Mats and waa
written by John Ernest McCaun, better
known aa a poet than a playwright.
The piece has evidently been altered to
snit the star, Miss Florence Bindley,
and Mr. McCann'a poetio effusions have
probably been cut to such an extent ac
to make the highly noetic young man's
blood run cold. In cheap houaes The
Captain's Mate ia sure to be a success.
Charley's Aunt ia running in Paria
under the title of La Marraine de
Broneon Howard, Darnel Frohman
and William Gillette are all enthusi
Frank Thompson, eon of Danman
Thompson, and Ethel Ormond, formerly
of Russell's Comedians, are married.
William Barry will star next season in
a farcical piece by Robert J. Donnelly of
the New York World, entitled Paradise
W. H. Thompson and hiß bride (Kitty
Cheatham) have returned Irom Europe
and will take up theii reaidence in New
Mrs. Lmgtry is negotiating with
Charles Frohman for the American
rights to Brandon Thomas' comedy,
Maurice Barrymore may Btar this sea
son in the drama that was originally
intended for a joint tour of Barrymore
Too Much Johnaon ia tbe title of
William Gilette'a new farcical comedy,
which Cbarlea Frotiman ie to produca
in Brooklyn October 29th.
It ia reportod that Glen MacD.inongh,
the playwright, and Margaret JefTnreon,
a granddaughter of Joeeph Jefferson,
are engaged matrimonially.
At a Now York theater devoted to tbe
German drama, two of tho uahera are
German barons, and an Austrian noble
man is officiating aa a atage hand.
Fanny Rice haa purchased a now one
ret play by Fred C. Drake, entitled
Raspberry bbrub, See, aud may make
it a component part of v three-piece
"Biff" Hall, tha Chicago bumoriat,
auggeate that tbe reaaon for the failure
in New York of New Blood (which waa
a Buccesa in Chicago), was tbat it con
tained no specialties.
The Twontieth Century Girl ia the
title of the new bnrietta, written by
Sidney Roaenfeld and composed by Lu'i
wig Enloender, which Canary and Loi
erer aro to bring out.
_ Manager Abbey is expected in New
York from England on Saturday. Mrae.
Molha, Mme. Scalchi, M. Afauguiero, M.
Pol. Plancon and Signor Rsvignani are
blbo on their way here, to make a con
cert tour uudor Abbuy and Grau'a Jian«
Edward Harrigan will not open the
season at his Now York theater until
late—probably not before the Ist of De
cember. He haa for the winter holiday a
a new play, in wtiich Mra. Yen.man",
John Wild and Emma Pollock will ap
pear with him.
It iB estimated that New York man
agers lost not lesa tban $100,000 by tbe
cyclone which was announced by the
weather bureau and didn't come. Peo
ple were afraid to go ont fjr several
evenings, expocting the storm to break
at any hour, and business dropped every
Lesa tban a month of Aladdin, jr.,
now remaine at the Chicago opera houae,
wbere it haa juat oaaeed its seventeenth
week and one hundred and eixtieth per
formance, breaking the highest record
of the AmericanExtravagnnzacompany.
Cotintlesß Chicsgoanß seem never to tire
of Aiaddin, jr., being repeatedly seen in
tbe audiences, and every visitor to the
city makes a bee line for it. The spec
tacle ia remarkible. and the ballet is the
bneat ever soen in Chicago.
The Toboggan Slide.
The new features presented at tbe
toboggan slide last night bronght them
the largest crowd yet known. It wbb a
perfect jam. Mesare. Ryan and Wills,
two well-known amnsement men, have
taken charge of tho musical programme
end laet night, in connection with the
military band, presented a colored quar
tette. Announcements of the programme
were made on the streets by the hack
proceaa and in consequence the slide did
a tremendous bnsiness.
The attractions at the Vienna Buffet
for the coming week will be fully as in
teresting an any time in the past. A
fine programme ia nightly presented,
and It affords the greateat satisfaction.
"I would rather trust that medicine
than any doctor I know of," says Mra.
Hattie Mason of Chilton, Carter county,
Miasonri, in speaking of Chamberlain's
Colio, Cholera nnd Diarrhiea Remedy.
For Hale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and
Spring afreets, aud C. F. Heinzeman,
222 North Spring atreet, drucgiste.
Kregelo & Bresee, funeral directors,
Broadway and Sixth etreet. Telephone
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and
Saturday Matinee, (let. 18, li), 20.
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AN ELAUOUATK BCENIO I'KODUOriON,
Excelling in perfection of det*it and pictur
esqucuesi any i>ro**intatioti of melodrama
ever Kiven in this eonntrv.
The complete N«»w York cast. The original
scenery and all of it.
A horso race with 3 genuine Kentucky thor
oughbreds iv a real contest—the moat spirited
race scene ever placed upon the stage.
The famous brass baud of pie minutes, gath
ered lv the south especially for this great pro
The daring swing of the heroine across a 30
-foot mountain chasm, and other novel features,
Priceasl, 75, 50 and 25c. Seats on tale Mon
day at 9 a.m.
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THREE NIGHTS ONLY.
Commencing: Monday, October 15th.
First presentation of the New Opera,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
Under the management of
MADAM FABBRI MULLER,
Mr. MODINI-WOOD Director
Me-.srs. JACOB MULLER, O. Vf. KYLE,
MERLE MANNING, R. SULLIVAN.
Ml SB X ATE BIANCA, MISS O'DONNEL,
Mrs. J. W. MITCHELL and
LITTLE HAZEL BALDWIN.
Box Office open for sale of seat, and ex
change of uureuerved tickets Saturday morn*
lug, October IStb*
PKICEB—SI, 75c, 50c, 200.
Frso a. Coopaa, Manager
WEEK OF OCTOBER 15th.
Regular Matinee Saturlay.
The COOPER STOCK COMPANY,
In the Great Melodrama,
- AND —
A Grand Vaudeville Entertainment
— BY —
O U D A!
The Aerial Marvel and King of the Air, and a
First-class Company of Specialty Artists.
Tw» Shows In One. Ono Price to All.
15, 20 aud 30c. Box S'-atR, 50 and 75c.
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Concert from 7::)0 to IS. Change of pro
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Though we are in the CLO THING business ■
we are incidentally engaged in fostering \mi
jifel the rights of women and righting
k £» the wrongs of men. 't is wo
man'd right to have a fair
share of ths good things MA
H of life, but for those
%jrj she is mainly dc- H
WOMEN'S =lg MEN'S
pay for their
RIGHTS SEp. WRONGS
less have they left for
\ v*«,v*. * the women. Cn the o c
l ™ a hand, men have been wronged
by the high prices they have been
obliged to pay in order to be dressed so
as tv suit themselves and pleasethe v/cmen.
Those rights of women and these wrongs of h
men we adjust by furnishing A-i up-to-date wear
ing apparel at popular prices—at prices that are a bold
innovation in the CLOTHING business of thia city. The
new ideas for Autumn in Men's and Boys' SUITS, OVER
COATS, FURNISHING GOODS, NECKWEAR AND
• HATS—they are all to be found here in magnificent assortment.
SOME OF Ti PRICES THAT RIGHT THE WRONG: *
Men's all wool suits, in black Oxfoids,
cheviots, double and single breasted, $10;
considered cheap elsewhere for $12.50.
Men's fine dress suits in sacks and
frocks, consisting of the latest shades
and cuts, $15.
Men's all-wool Kersey overcoats, in
blacks and blues, cut long', $10.
Men's all-wool cassimere pants, $3.
Men's fine dress pants, from $4 up.
Headquarters for good value in under
wear at moderate prices.
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Friday and Saturday,
October 19th and 20th
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In record vmm peach able. Imperishable, un
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coming In all its entirety.
The New Great
AND PARIS HIPPODROME.
Triple circus, great elevated stages, flvo con
tinent menagerie, spectacular pageant and
grand aggregation of new sensational feature?.
By an arrangement with tho leading shows of
America, this will be the ONuY OIKCOS that
will visit this section this year, presenting au
unabridged and nnparallod programme, ex
alted In uluj and cure in tone.
-q. BIG SHOWS COMBINED 4
100 sens itionßl and startling acta! Tho best
performing elephants; sea lions, leopards and
baby camels; 40 isreot circus act»- * great
banas in street parade; courtly knights and
dames; a drove ol monster camels; zebras,
bears and baby monkeys: 20 sreat leapers;
richly cirvud and gilded tableau wagons;
myriad cages, dens and lulrs.
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES.
Every rallroadgives low rates to this bli ahow.
AT 10 A. M. A GI.OBIOHS, GRAND HOLIDAY
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Two Day 3 Only, Afternoon and Night
Doors open at 1 and 7p. m. This will posi
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GENERAL ADMISSION, BO ots.
10-14 6t wit
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111-110 Court st.
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BECOND WKKK OF
MISS JULIA WINCHELL,
Formerly of the Wlnchell Twin Bisters,
In her bouquet of songs and dances.
LONG AND ROSA,
German Sketch Artists, and
A. W. H U l_ ME,
Tho Celebrated Baritone.
Berth Family Orchestra.
Concert every evening from 7:30 until 13,
and a.iturdny matinee Irom 1 to 4 v.m.
Efp-t'lne commercial lunch. Finest aulslue
and meals a la c»ne at all hours.
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