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AMlSIMiTS
Performance
OFTHE
Lafayette
Briefly told
Sauare
tock Co
Bon
Ami
When a beautiful satin souvenir pro
gramme will be presented to cery lad
present
Matinee Wednesday 25c
A portrait of Miss Grace Scott to all
ladies at the Vcdnesda matinee
Henry E Dlxey is in vaudeirille
Hugh Morton has sailed for London
Sir Henry Irving is sixty three years
oil
Madame Pilar Morin will star once more
in ila Couslne
Next season Ieter Dailcy will appear in
a new play by Augustus Thomas
Clyde Fitch will write a new play for
Herbert Kelcey and EfSe Shannon
Edna May and The Girl From Up
There will go to London in April
Dessie Clayton the dancer has resigned
from the Weber Fields stock company
Henry Arthur Jones is writing a new
play the title of which has not been mads
Known
Lizzie Evans has a new sketch by
George Foster Piatt entitled A Country
Dance
Victory Bateman and Lawrence Hanley
will bead the Hopkins Stock Company at
Chicago
May Yohe Lady Francis Hope hai re
signed from the stock company at the Xew
Vork Theatre
Joseph Wheclock jr is back in the
cast of Mrs Danes Defence after a bad
attack of grip
Xext season Daniel Frohman will pre
sent his stock comrany in a new play by
Martha Mrrtcn
on In The Only Way Mr Douqlass
plaed Charles Uarna the role originated
by E J Morgan
A Son of Uncle Sam a new comedy
drama will be one of E D Stairs pro
ductions next jear
Clara Palmer recently sang Marie Ce
lestes role in The Monks of Malabar
ami scored a success
On the 2d of February three hundred
years ago Shakespeares Twelfth Night
had its first production
Mabel Amber and Maude Durand hae
been engaged by W A Brady for his pro
duction of Uncle Toms Cabin
Last Thursday Frauds Wilson delivered
a lecture before tho Highland Park Club
on The Eugene Field I Knew
The American concert tour having lieen
concluded Eduard Strauss and his or
chestra hate sailed for Germany
Edith Mason a former Castle Square
favorite has succeeded Amelia Stone in
the prima douna role of Vienna Life
Harrl3on Brockhead a famous English
baritone is on the high seas bound for
America where he will appear in con
cert
Theodore Babcock was unable to open
in Melbotie owing to illness and
Harry G Keenan was put in at short no
tice
The Adventures of Lady Ursula has
been revived in London with Evelyn Mil
lard and Herbert Waring in the leading
roles
The proprietors of Vienna Life have
been sued by a costumer for 1000 al
leged to be due for costumes used in the
opera
Marguerite Slva star and W D Hann
acting manager of The Princess Chic
company were married recently in St
Louis
Frcderk Bond a local favorite of tho
National Theatre stock days is playing
the leading role in At the White Horse
Tavern
During her forthcoming vaudeville sea
son it is said Clssie Loftus will appear
in a sketch and that she will not use her
imitations
ilarringtonHcynolds who was a mem
ber of the Irawley company here two
jears ago was married recently in Los
Angeles Cal
Julia Marlowe in When Knighthood
Was In Flower will remain at the Cri
terion Thratre New York until the end
of the season
Florodora will remain In New- York
indefinitely The one hundredth perform
ance of the opera was celebrated last
Tuesday night
The one hundredth performance of Ben
Hur in Boston will be given on March
13 General Lew Wallace has been in
vited to attend
The usual Wednesday matinees were
omitted at all the thcalie In Philadelphia
last wack owing to the fact of it being
Ash Wednesday
The Twelfth Night Club of New York
will hare charge of the benefit to be given
at the Metropolitan Opera House in aid
of Madame JanauschcK
The two thousandth performance In tho
United States of Way Down East was
celebrated at the Tremont Theatre Bos
ton last Tuesday night
Virginia Harned Is playing a matinee
of Camillc during the Sothcrn season
and will continue to present Dumas plav
until the company closes
Lto Ditrichstcin will play the leading
role In Lodge Brothers a farce adapted
from the German which will be produced
in New York during Easter week
The Messenger Hoy the musical
comedy which has been a great hit in
London will be the initial attraction at
Dalys Tneatrc New York next fall
Edwin Foy will Inaugurate his starring
tour early in March under the direction
of David Henderson in a musical farce
by George V Hobart and 11 Sloan
Sylvia Lynden who has been substitut
ing for Olga Nethcrhole during the lat
ters Illness will become a star next year
under the management of Louis Nether
sole
Elita Proctor Oth will originate the
leaning feminine role In a new play called
Used for spring house-cleaning
is laying the corner stone
of comfort for the remainder of
the year Those having used
It say Conldntdo without it
AVLSnMCVTS
W SS IT i2 Ef OPERA
i4 i B IS HOUSE
weeK s eo zo
Wednesday
The Lafayette Stock Co Saturday
In an elaborate anil comitate production of Alexander Dumas Jr s
k iiiiiliF
Monday Evening
50
The heavy demand
for seats has forced
us to place seats on
sale
Two
in
Advance
Lower Floor
50 cents
Entire Balcony
25 cents
The Human Spider which will be pro
duced for the fir3t time tomorrow night in
BrooKljn
James E Sullivan who has been ap
pearing in london with George W Lcd
crers Casino Girl company is not In
the English production of The Belle of
Bohemia
David Warfield will become a star nett
season under the management of David
Bclasco who will present the comedian In
a new plav now being written for him b
Charles Klein
Martin Harvey the English actor is
appearing in a dramatic version of Marion
Crawfords Cigarette Makers Ro
mance made over from the novel by
Charles Hannan
Gertrude Ghtcn Neill OBrien and Hen
ry Woodruff of the Nat Gocdwln com
pany have been engaged by Mr Goodwin
for his forthcoming production of The
Merchant of Venice
Julia Marlowe will produce H V Es
monds Griersons Way as the first of a
scries of special matinees which she will
give at the Criterion Theatre New York
during April and Ma
A stock company with a capital of 23
C00 has been formed and will back Bolosy
Kiralfy in an elaborate spectacular pro
duction of Constantinople to be given
in Buffalo during the Exposition season
Marie Drcsler stopped a performance of
Mies Prinnt a few nights ago and or
dered a man from the fccuse The offend
ing partj tat in an orchestra chair and
annoved the star by his persistent stare
Richard Mansfield is the defendant In
nnother suit This time it is Elizabeth
Marbury agent for Edmund Rostand the
French author who seeks to recover roy
alties said to be due on Cyrano de Ber
gerac
Geoffrey Stein of Washington who cre
ated such a favorable Impression as the
Duko of Buckingham with Henrietta
Crossmans production of Mistress Nell
is now- playing Jack Hart in uie same com
pany with einai success
Charles Barnard has written a new rural
play entitled Mountain Laurel The
scenes are laid in Vermont and the piece
is said to be full of atmosphere Jules
Murry has secured the rights to It and
ArcHe Bovd will play the leading role
Joseph Jefferson recently made his de
but in a role somewhat out of line with
the parts which he has previously played
He acted in the capacity of Judge at a
Cakewalk at Palm Beach Fla aud the
local papers accredited him with a big hit
Bjron Douglass is appearing with suc
cess as Sydney Carton In The Only Way
It is interesting to note that Mr Douglass
followed E J Morgan In the role the
latter having succeeded to the lead after
Henry Miller resigned from the company
During the early part of Mr Millers sea
Waller Stetson a local actor and Mar
garet Lc Marr have arranged a travesty
on the balcony scene In Borneo and
Juliet and will present It in the vaude
ville theatres They have named the of
fering A Falling Star and persons who
have witnessed it make the claim that it
is a decidedly diverting bit of nonsense
Mr Stetson and Miss Le Marr also have
a rural comedy sketch Reubens Dilem
ma In which they Introduce selections
from a number of the late operas
MUSICAL NOTES
The first of the series of four instrueiiva
musical programmes under the auspices
of the Columbian University women was
recentlj given in the post graduate room
of Columbian University The subject of
Scandinavian music in the form of a
vvas presented by Miss Kath
arine McRejnolds In a most attractive
form Jliss Mclteyiiolds lias made a thor
ough study of this fas inatlng theme and
she illustrated her remarks at the piano
with folk vmgs sonatas and other mu
sical selections from the works of Gade
Grieg Svendsen and other Scandinavian
composers Krauiein Fanny Koehle eavu
able nsmstance witii her violin am M ss
Martha I indenKohle one of Miss Mi-Reynolds
pupils plajed Kreigs liultertly
The attendance was so large that it rill
be necessary to use the large hall for the
next event which will bo a talk on Tha
Nibelungen Cclc bj Krau IIoegeNberer
with musical interpretation by liiss Clara
Willenbucher to take place March TO
The association of Columbian women Is
composed of all who have ever been con
nected with the university Its objei t is
to advance in ever vva the interest of
the women students of the college and
scientific s hoois and the aim of this
musicil merles is instruction but they are
also preing tobe entertaining
Miss Lewis sopiauo of St SUplens
Churih Columbia Heights has recove ed
from an attack of throat trouble and was
able to take her place in the choir last
Sumlav This choir U constantly improv
ing itb lone Is good and the beit of mu
sic is alvriys selected An addition of two
or three more bass voices would make the
balance of parts more complete and give
more solidit to the music
Mr Jasper Dean McKall has been sing
ing his way into the hearts of the 2000
men who assemble each Sunday after
noon at the Columbia Theatre Ills rich
baritone voice is well suited to his rendi
tion of sacrod music Mr will
sing today lloldens In Heavenly Iove
Abiding with euphonium obligato
St Andrews choir under the direction
of MIsf Virginia Imvell Goodwin Is pre
paring to sing Stalners Crucifixion
the evening of Good Trlday April 5 ac
companied by a full orchestra Mlsa Good
win soprano will sing this mornng dur
ing the offertory He That SovvetU
Little by Diederman
Mr Edmund A Varela resigned as
choirmaster ut Epiphany about a month
ago to accept the position ot organist
and director of St Thomas choir but his
vork has been so successful that the
nusic committee refuted until it few das
ago lo accept his resignation The Epiph
any choir will sing this evening for tho
last time under Mr Varelas leadership
the Mognincat by King Hall Nunc
Dlmlttis C Leo Williams and for an
offertorj anthem The Radiant Morn
Hath raised Away H H Woodward
THE TIMES WASHINGTON SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1901
AMLSKMEVrS
jtgaacfiFiK Kaaaaab
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5 J J
Mr Herndon Morsell is to succeed Mr
Varela at Epiphany
Frauleln Koehle violinist and Miss Mc
Kej nohs pianist will assist Miss Mary
Alsop Cnder at her musicale to te given
Friday March 15 at the Washington Club
Miss Beatrice Goodwin soprano soloist
of St Pauls Episcopal Church has bsen
quite sick with grlPi but will be able
shortly to return to her post of duty
A ladles double quartette consisting of
Mrs Bayley Mrs Sprigp Mrs Chunn
Mrs Ray sopranos Mrs St Clare Miss
Simpson Miss Fietchor and Miss Cheno
weth altos has been lately organized at
the McFall studio The quartette will
sing for the first timo at the parlor musi
cale to be given by Mr and Mrs McFall
next Tuesday evening
An organ and song recital will be given
at St Andrews Church every alternate
Saturday afternoon through Lent at 435
p m Mr Stratton organist will be as
sisted by Miss Virginia Powell Goodwin
the soprano soloist of the church and Mr
Frank C ltoach tenor The first recital
which was choral took place yesterday
the other dates bclnt March 0 23 and
April C Strangers will be cordiallj wel
comed
The New York Herald of last Sunday
printed the words and music of the new
long by Herr Hans Winderstcln director
of the Leipsic Philharmonic Orchestra en
titled Es war ein Wundersusses Trau
men Sweet are the hours we pass in
dreaming In addition Herr Wlu
dcrstein has composed a number of very
effective compositions for orchestra
among which special mention might be
made of his Valse Caprice and Sere
nade Both of these works have been
very well received in Europe and will also
appear frequently on- the programmes ot
the concerts given In America Herr Win
dersteln and his organization or beventy
flve musicians will appear at the National
Theatre at 415 oclock on the afternoon
of Friday March 8 The sale of seats
will open on Monday March 4
Mr Aigelo C Tronani a joung pianist
of great ability will give a rerttai at the
Washington Club February 2S Mr Fron
ani is a composer of some note suite
fof piino in four movements is one of his
latest works
A number of prominent local musicians
including Mrs W K Wilson soprano and
Mr William E Green violin have been
engaged by Mr Keldel as soloists for the
neollan and pianola concerts given every
Friday evening at Knabe Hall
AVllsHVllVlc
COLUMBIA
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DR A G ROGERS
Mjnli 1 OLD INfl l ll MlitlM S
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SKATS 50l NOW 0 SvLE
Washington Club
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lly Specinl Kequet of Intiiituial 1 iirous
UK AIMIUlll UAN71GHI
IVill Dclirtr 111 ItenurkaMe lecture on
The Ghetto of New York
UlLHtratcd with I lne Mcrropticuii IJlcttf
Tickets 1 SO at llroop It Sum KB I a are
CHIQU1TA
The Living Doil
WATCH FOR PARTICULARS
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RESERVED SEATS
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arc now on lilc at the Ilea hiuartera of the In
augural Committee on lEcviewing Manila at No
1233 F Street Prices cause from tl SO to K Oil
The olflce Is or en until b oclock p m el9 wr
CHRIS XANDERS
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125 BOTTLE 75c IUST
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Mr Chase Promises a Bisrprisng Biil
And the American Vuthor actor and the Come
dienne
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In Mr Crews SkWrii Grasping an Oppor
LWIA
THIS
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BEST SEATS
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AMrsnainNTS
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Jack Norworth
Hie Jail bird Coon llonologist
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A JpwI In a Plcltinlnny Setting
The Gomiograph
Moring Pictures of a Lomlon Pantomime
ewmh 9 Grand Concert by D8la FoX USl Marlne
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Johnson Davenport and Lorello
4Tlie and the Foutlull Players
Bertie Fowler
Tlie Queen ot Inmcry
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Weston and Herbert
IhiMtjl Comcil utis
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ler A- Co of the otv Puiiiuus
Mr fJ 11 Kin ml sjorj of Luq
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ATrjed and Proven Success
In Boaton Its nany attraotire features gained for It a run of 1J miccciwive weeks
Inew Vork It became a topic ol the town during ita three months fetar Wheit new pro
ductions hi the metropolis were toppling on all sides this ua called
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A MODEL OF THE PLAYWRIGHTS ART
Americas Author Actor
JAS A
HERN
In His Greatest Dramatic
Achievement
TIIK ORIGIN vl CUST
Marion AMwtt
Julia Heme
Vice Sol Smith
Pilylh Ulenilt
Mollie Itevell
Clirjstal Htrnc
Florence Herbal
T II llurke
Frank Monrue
Forrest Hobinon
T Iolc
Ja Heme
Wooster llean
IV V Whitman
John I Carrick
llohert illg
Hailon Villijrr Carpenters tc
Harbor
THE PRICES
Balcony Reserved 75c
Admission 50c
First Floor Orchostra SI 50
Orchestra
Admission - 50o
Mat Thursday 25 50 75c SI
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THE SWIFTEST SHOW ON EARTH
KLAW ERLANGER COMEDY COMPANY
Irrncnf Injf John J McMilljN Viimlfille
THE ROGERS BROTHERS
m CENTRAL PARK
iSIjikoI l Hen IVn MtiIc by Maurice Irl
GUS AND MAX ROGERS ANsD 75 OTHERS
Sale of Seats Begins Thursday at 9 a m
Washingtons Popular
WDfii Famiiv Theatre
Week Feb 25 Matinees vvs 25c es
Seats
Best Seats cnp j
Lower Floor uUu
All Seats OCp
Balcony Z0U Saturday
Gallery 15c J
MATINEES
Tuesday
Thursday
J R STIRLING
Irebeutb tho Charming and Tal
ented Young Actress
Rose
Melville
In the Rural Comedy Driuia
There aint na sense
in doln nuthin for no
body what wont do nuth
in tor you
An Idyl of Posoy County Indiana
Revised and Reconstiucted with
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Next Week -On the Suwanee River
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KIGHTS Uy Ilenrjr Arthur Tone
PROFESSORS LOVETfORYT
Only Time Uy J M IJarrle
PRICES EVENING 25c to S200 Matinee 25c to SI5Q
- WEEK MARCH 4 3EAT8THURSDAY
mtA I WMa Frank L perey presents THE
ALICE NSELSEN OPERA COMPANY
IN
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MI55 LILLIAN SEFTON Soprano MR CARLOS M ULIVIRI Clarinetist
ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR Hf GALLERY
ENTIRE BALCONY Reserved vVUCi 25C
Box Office Open Today from I oclock
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WATBOfvlAL
NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT
Lecture by the Wonderful Girl Philosopher
Anita Trueman
SUBJECT
The Modern Standard of Greatness
PRICES 25c 50c 75c SI and 150 Seats Tomorrow
NATIONAL
FRIDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 8
LEIPSIC PHILHAioNIG ORCHESTRA
75 MEMBERS
Herr Hans Winderstein Conductor
The Eminent Pianist SL1VINSKI Soloist
PRICES S200 SISO S100 75c and 50c SEATS AlARCH 4
Afternoon at 215 FTJftM JlflPQ Good Reserved
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EVENING Entire Lower Floor Reserved 25c and 50c
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COMMENCING TOMORROW MATINEE
Vanity Fair
Extravaganza Company
FRANK BUSH
MftHtr Mimic Vt nery Performance
THE K3MURAS
renleNt of All Jnpnnec Acrobat
HARRY HASTINGS
ILER WALTON
WESTON BEASLEY
CONNOLLY SISTERS
NIBLO RILEY
PRINCESS KIKO the Only Japanese Cake Walker
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25c Good Reserved Seat Matinee or Evening 25c
Next Week CITY
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The Strongest and Best Show of ths Season
Commencing Monday Matinee
DIRECTION OF ED F RUSH
French
Beauties
BURLESQUERS
2 GORGEOUS BURLESQUES 2
AND THE FAMOUS
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The Greatest Troupe of Foreign Performers now In this
ALSO
ertPs Living Pictures
Direct from the Dewey Theatre New York City
As an Added Attraction
SV3iss TAILORED HOWARD DE GRAY
Tho Famous Passion Dancor
THE NOVELTY OF THE SEASON
NEXT WEEK - AMERICAN BURLESQUERS

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