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TUB IXCXX22G2X FAIXADHI1I AUD SUJi-TELEGIlAlISUDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910.
PAGE thre: KAISER MAY GIVE AMY TO. PRIIICE r a a . m ucron i-tcpon days uerman Emperor May Leave Pub lic Duties to Son. OBERAMMERGAU HAS RIVAL TOWN FAMOUS FOR FAtSION FLAY It IICOMINQ AMERICAN IZKO VISITORS ACCOSTED BY -IMPERTINENT THIEF." fpcUl Cable from ths International (American News Service.) BY STEVEN BURNETT. Berlin, Sept 17. Tbe much dis cussed Fsr Eastern trip of Crown Prince Wllbelm may after all come to nothing or at least be postponed In definitely If one Is to believe the ru mors that are current In diplomatic circles during tbe last week and which persistently assert that the Kaiser in tends to allow his oldest son perman ently to discharge all public duties hitherto performed by himself. Two apparently quite plausible reas ons are given for this astonishing news. One Is that tbe Kaiser's health is falling. He has never bad what may be termed a strong constitution, and Is only an extremely sober regime that be has been able to support the physical and ' mental fatigue of his high place In the world. He has had frequent breakdowns during tbe last few months, and his physicians, al though they do not consider him In Immediate danger, have advised his abstention from all work that can be fulfilled by the Crown Prince. The other reason, which to my mind to much more likely to be tbe true one. Is that the Kaiser is all upset by the exceedingly harsh criticism by ev en moderate German papers of his sensational speech at Kornlgsburg gome three weeks ago, a criticism which he was powerless to stop, but which affected him so that It was on ly very few of his surroundings who dared to approach him during the next few days. Tbe rumors of the Kaiser's Intentions to turn over all public duties to the Crown Prince Wll belm began to circulate Immediately after It was known that the Kaiser had received an unusually lengthy communication from the Chancellor of the Empire, and It is quite reasonable to suppose that Herr von Bethmann Holweg has demanded from the Kaiser the same promise of silence that Prince von Bulow succeeded In wresting from his Imperial Master, but that the Kaiser this time has re plied that If he Is to keep his mouth shut, he might as well turn over the whole business! to the man who Is some time to succeed. Anyone who knows the Kaiser per sonally can very well imagine him giv ing an answer tyke this and forget all about It Inside a very few months. The Crown Prince may be allowed to try his hand for a while, but unless the rumors of the Kaiser's health are founded on trnth, it will not be for a very short while, and. It Is safe to pre dict that his position will not be one to be envied as long as It lasts. Some 2,000 prophetesses are shak ing In their shoes. Their ranks. It is believed, have swelled to this number and so far are they from being with out honour in their native town, that their clients sometimes have to wait for hours before they art admitted in to tbe inner sanctuary where the cards reveal their secrets. Bat now their golden days are past, for the police are on their tracks. To get a test case they yesterday raided the temple of one of these modern Pythonesses In the north of Berlin.' Two ladles were closeted with the reader of the oracles; three others sat patiently waiting their turn In the ante room. 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The Dancing Rosebuds in " The Girl in the Kimono' '-Gen nett Friday a in carriages and motor cars. A print ed card on the wall Informed the visit ors that the could have their destiny revealed out of their turn by payment of an extra fee of Is. Greatly to their consternation the clients of tbe prophetess were obliged themselves to make revelation of their names and addresses. Nor were they comforted by the In timation that In all probability they would be required to appear In open court and help to demonstrate at once the Imposture of the fortune teller and the folly of their own credulity. Across the southern frontier a praise worthy attempt has just been made to remove the most prolif c source of evil In military life the problem of debt. In all armies where the officers look to his profession as a means of livelihood financial difficulties are a sort of distemper, which the young lieutenant must, sooner or later, catch and worry through as best he may. Only the wealthy few are exempt. The rest fall at one time or other Into tbe hands of usurers and many a promis ing career has been shattered on this rock. -The Emperor Francis Joseph has decided to commemorate his eighti eth birthday by establishing a fund to supply loans to officers of his army on easy terms and thus to spare them the necessity of making application to tbe class so inaccurately known as "the Jews." All officers will have to make a trifling annual contribution to the fund, to which a number of existing officers' benevolent funds. In cluding tbe Archduke Albrecht Foun dation which has a capital of $120,- 000 will be turned over. A visitor returning from Oberam mergau reports that the village may now challenge Boston, Mass., In re spect to the purity of its American accent Of the hordes of visitors, five sixths at' least are Americans and quite five-sixths of these are women. All the villagers speak English, and If they can help It, nothing else. French is tolerated because so many of the Americans have come on from Paris and like to air their French, but Ger man Is tabooed. The visitors from Berlin, looking for accommodations, accosts a pleas ant looking native at the Rathaus in his best Kurfuerstondamm acent and inquires about rooms. The. villagers who,' if he wears short hair, is prob ably Pontius Pilate in mufti the pro curator of Judea being the only man In Oberammergan who Is allowed to cross the ' barber's threshold ' during the year of the play shifts his cuid of chewing gum into his other cheek and replies, as follows: "Say, you're looking for rooms. You come right along to my place two blocks further, corner of Theater and Lultpold. Well fix you. I guess your trunks are at the depot." There are visitors who say that the tko J mr ,;.: L ., y V " i- -f ;. ft r W v- KU l ft ) fi 'wiw&jii W Mr V - if )M 1 ) l-.it . k i I I .-" -7 l I helpful villager Instead of being Pontius Pilate, turned out to be the Impertinent Thief." At Local Theaters "Rosalind at Redgate." Although the mystery in the new play "Rosalind at Redgate," Is a dis tracting affair, and the love element proportionally strong, all but the cas ual observer will realize that the feat ure In which lies its greatest merit is Its character delineation. Here is a decent plot, unusual but possible, and experienced workmanship, two qualities that go far towards a play's popularity. Chief in the character studies are Rosalie d, a mystery trou blesome and tantalizing that will keep the spectator In doubt almost to tbe end of the play; Patricia Hoi- brook "Aunt Pat" -a delightful wo man of middle age, who holds in trust a large sum of money for her brother, Henry Holbrook, father ot her niece and ward Helen. Larry Donovan, an interesting and romantic young Irish man, is the hero who is appointed guardian of the affairs of the ladies, and in that position gets himself Into a heap of trouble. He proves him self stanch and true, however, and is ably seconded by one "Reginald Gil lespie, president of tbe button trust.1 The character of Gilespie is no small aid to the brightness of the play. He Is a frivolous chap ecentirc and funny. How these rivals, along with a num ber of other people were the actors In some very dramatic episodes is entertainingly put forward at the Gennett theater, September 24. "Uncle Tom's Cabin. A big feature and a taking one with pretty nearly all classes of the ater goers is the old plantation songs and pastimes by genuine negroes, such as existed in the old Bouth on the big plantations in ante-bellum times, Twas in the evening, when the day's work in the cotton fields was done, and massa had gone to bed in the darkened days of slavery, that the dusky tollers were wont to gather around their humble huts and there hold high jollity under the pale light of the moon.' Almost true to nature and tradition is the plantation scenes presented by Manager Washburn of the Stetson Company In "Uncle Tom': Cabin," which is booked to appear at the Gennett theater on September 22, All the old melodies are sung In that rich plaintive voice so peculiar to the southern darky. Songs that our dad dies sung when they went to the war. and songs that our fathers hummed as they rocked the babies to sleep. "The Old Folks at Home," "Suwanee River," "Picking Cotton" and Steph en Foster's never dying melodies will all be rendered by a large contingent of genuine plantation darkies, male and female. A Mississippi - landing with the arrival of a cotton boat and the manner of its unloading, also gen uine buck and wing dancing will be shown. In the Stetson company, , a wonderful , exposition of life in the Sunny South among the slaves is giv en. It -shows the black man in his Joys and in his sorrows so realistically that it is hard to imagine the spec tator Is not actually on the plantation. The evolution of the negro since the late unpleasantness is forcibly demon strated in this great cakewalking con test, wherein dusky belles and beaux vie with each other to win the strong est artistically ever seen In this pro duction. , "Girl In the Kimono." New York's loss is Richmond's gain. "The Girl in the Kimono," most successful of all farces with music ever produced in Chicago, comes to the Gennett direct from its long sum mer run in the new Ziegfeld theater of that city, because of a conflict In the booking of shows on big, brilliant Broadway. Hence it is up to the citi zens who aprpeciate a bargain to be out in full force, to attest their Joy at the good fortune of getting some thing stunning and metropolitan he fore ever stingy New York lays eyes on It. v "The girl in the Kimono" ran for Chicago habitat, with nndimlnshed at tendance to the last; hot weather and all counter attractions of the open air to, the contrary notwithstanding. It was a wonderful test of a play's popularity and a tribute to the art ists more eloquent than could have been expressed by reams of frothy press agent fulminatlons. Now, after all had seemingly been aranged for a triumphal entry Into New York. Fate shifts the scene, and Richmond win OLD AGE Comes to Everyone. But Its Visits May . Be Postponed. Old age is not a question of years. Some men are old at forty, others are young at sixty.- It's a mighty hard proposition to look young, no matter how young you feel if your hair is falling out and your head becoming bald. Perhaps you are tired trying ineffec tual remedies for this eviL We don't blame you. if you are. Why not try an effective one for a change. Kewbro's Herpicide kills the Dan druff germ which is the cause e? the whole trouble. "Destroy tbe cause, you remove the effect." Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to The Herpi cide Co., Detroit, Mich. One dollar bottles guaranteed. A. G. Luken & Co., Special Agents. extend the glad hand to the envy of all tbe cheated Irst nighters of Broadway. A cast of exceptional merit will in terpret "The Girl in the Kimono." Principal among these Is Frances Warren, understudy .for Anna Held in Miss Innocence;" Willie Donley, the clever star who sings and dances en- chantingly, usually under the Cohan banner, but especially engaged for this production; "Jerry" Melville, whose work is rapidly winning her a nign position as an interpreter 01 character bits; Lon Chaney, a comic opera star, without whose services few musical productions of recent years have been; "Toots" and Kittle McConnell, the famous dancing duo; Grace Conklin, William Rau, Robert E. Mallory, Leo Moran and several others, besides a chorus which won praise in Chicago as being the pret tiest brought together during the sea son. Both in dialogue and music the play is most captivating. "Is Marriage a Failure?" "Is Marriage a Failure?" Well you would not think so if you went to see that delightful comedy in which Manager E. C. Burnett is exploiting those metropolitan vaudevillians, Mr. Ernest Anderson and Madge Burt in this coming season, that is, if you only sat through the first act of the com edy. Just imagine yourself with a charming little cottage wifey and cottage all your own a visitation from dear mam-in-law, papa-in-law, sister-in-law, the dog, the cat and the parrot, with a peck of advice and a recipe how to become a perfect hus- tlon, wifey in tears furnished room. Horrid brute from wifey going home to mother one week of torture and lonesomeness letter to wife recon ciliation back to the flat King once more! Almost human ajid no more "at homes" for my wife's family. The company engaged in support are re markably clever. The seat sale will open tomorrow morning for the per formance at the Gennett Wednesday evening. Shadowed by Three. W. F. Mann, the well known Chica go play producer, has been the first theatrical manager to actively co-oper ate with John D. Rockefeller, Jr., At torney Waymen and the Law and Or der league for the suppression of the nefarious White Slave traffic. Mr. Mann has just launched in his latest production, snadowed Dy inree. a terrific arraignment against police de bauchery and civic graft as it is re lated to the exploiting of the under world of our great American cities. and of Chicago in. particular. The plot of "Shadowed by Three" is illumined against the background of the notorious McCann trial which so re cently caused an upheavel in the Chi cago police department and whose very mention causes the city hall gang to turn blue round the gills. Indeed the Inspector McCann of the play might be truthfully said to be a sketch from life of the downfallen McCann. The play pictures this Tsar of the noisesome underworld in a wonderful ly vivid fashion. He is seen in his headquarter's of fice, receiving tribute from vice queens and panders, yet doing all he can to undermine the commonwealth and debauch it. Then by a single turn in the scales of fate, he is toppl ed over from his throne, even as Mc Cann of Chicago was, and left a brok- BREAKING OUT Mi OVER BODY He' Dreadfully.; When Scratched It would Bleed and Become Very Sore. Could Scarcely Sleep as the Itching was Worse at Night. Dreaded Putting Hands In Water. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment 3 Weeks. Trouble all Disappeared. "Some time ago I had a breaking on all over my body. It first started like wbat we call goose flesh and itched dreadfully. When I scratched it. it would bleed and become very sore. I tried al most ererythinc for tbe itching but none gave me much relief. I could scarcely sleep as tbe itching was always worse at night. My hands-were so sore I dreaded putting them in water and after I would wash dishes or do laundry work that required tbs use of otbsr soaps they were always worse. This went on for about six months. Then I used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and in two or three weeks the trouble all disap peared. I always f Hind that my hands were worse (with a dry scale on them) after using any cheap soap but the Cuticura 8oap produced such a soothing feeling on my skin that it was a pleasure to one it. I also know what wonders the Cuticura Remedies have done for a friend of mine, so I would recommend them to any one. Mrs. Delaware Barrett. 611 King SU Wilmington. Ta Km, IK MM 99 A Scene in "Rosalind at Red - Gate9' Gennett Saturday, Sept 24 f.-t I) it M )J en, helpless, pitiful wreck of his form er self. Contrasted to this archmaster of the levee is told the story of a win some, innocent girl, who to save her family from impending disgrace, leaves home and ventures her way alone amid devious paths of Chicago's byways. How through her own inher ent goodness and good sense, and through the skill and courage of her lover a New York detective, she is saved from a fate of shame and is the ultimate cause of McCann's downfall is to!d in bold, stirring episodes, and racy dialogue. Though "Shadowed by Three" is frankly melodramatic n many of its scenes, and realistic to the last de gree, it is intensely human and close with a picture of human happiness and hope. The very grimness of some of the scenes of the play give to them a certain unconscious humor which in no way however, lessens the ultimate dramatic . effect but rather heightens it through its fidelity to human na ture. ' Mr. Mann will present "Shadowed by Three" with the original cast and production as seen during the Chicago run of the play at the Gennett the ater, Tuesday. Juct the Thing. Emperor- I do not care to beer your proposition, sir. Everything that is submitted must first be put turougU tbe prime minister. Subject Nothiujf would please me better. I wanted to show you the new bayonet which I have Invented for army use. Judge. Richmond Feed Store 11 & 13 N: 9th Phone 2196 MURRAY THEATRE APPROVED VAUDEVILLE THIS WEEK Popular, Pleasing Comedy, Including The Unique Musical Act "The Barnetti" "A Son of Killarney" OTHER EXCLUSIVE FEATURES. Matinee, daily, 2 : 30, any seat, 10c. Night performances, 7:45 and 9. Prices, 10, 15, 20c Loge Seats. 25c Rexall Hair Tonic We recommend this tonic for dand ruff and to stop falling hair and guar antee it , to give satisfaction. If it does not do what we claim, bring back tbe empty bottle and get your money. This medicine has a remarkable rec ord in growing hair,' If tbe roots are not dead there Is a chance to form a new growth. Try it on our liberal guarantee. 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle. Sold only at Adams Drag Store The Rexall Store" 6th & Main io 8t ixciinoxv pfj.f si L1 v l lis I 'pl aW nm L 1 U.S. TO AID RANCHERS Portland, Ore., Sept. 17. Uncle Sam will have an opportunity to come to the aid of ranchers who suffered the loss of their homes and crops by the recent forest fires that swept the Northwest states. Senator Chamber lain has wired the Department of Agri culture, asking that it do all it can in helping the fire sufferers. It was sug gested that clover and grass seed be given the settlers by the Department, as the need for such supplies has been indicated by those in the fire-swept districts. If seed is forthcoming, the ranchers can count on crops next seas on and grass and clover should be sown this Fall before the winter rains set in on the burned-over lands in' order to yield a crop next year. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Kl Tuesday, Soptombor 201.1 LAST SEASON'S SUCCESS . n rsj A Play That Has Seats Aro Prices 15, 25, 35 and SOo Kl- Wodnosday, ONE NIGHT ONLY A DIG, . LAUGHING C0"2DY Seats ca Scte Tcnorrcc? urTcfrj Pricoo 15, 26, SO ;'"c& '3 PRESBHERHQ M Fail Meeting to Be Held at Col lege Corner, Septem ber 19-20. RICHMOND MEN DELEGATES The Fall meeting ot the Whitewater Presbytery will be held at College Corner, Monday and Tuesday, Sep- : teaber 19 and 20. The meetings will be held in the newly dedicated Prea , by t eric n church ot which the Rev, H, , C. Johnson, is pastor, On account of the removal of the? moderator, the Rev. W. F. Sconlar, to : Buffalo, the opening sermon, will be preached by the Rev. Thomas H. Gra ham of Richmond, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. The Rev. W. B. Gray of Levonia, Ind., will serve at Aurora; Rev.' G. L. Ginchard of Dan-V ville, at Cambridge City and Hagere-. town; Rev. John B. Meacham, of Rip- , ley. O., at Rush vt lie; Rev. H.. T. Gra ham, B. C, of Engllshtown. N. J., at Knightstown. Sbelby ville, Dillsboro ' and Versailles are the only churches ' without ministers. - , Rev. Thomas N. Todd, of Lewis-; ville is the clerk. Important matters i to come before the organisation are ' the reports ot foreign missions for the year and the consideration of method of raising money for small churches I of the Presbytery. The Rev. Thomas McNary will rep; resent the Second Presbyterian ' and Earlham Heights churches. Dr. I. M. , Hughes, Rev. T. J. Graham, Henry Mather and Howard Dill are dele ' gates from Richmond. CUM -DA ...Tbe UysStrie3 Ravd DU DDLER The latest evrfiy for cs!t 13 Ctt!es xAtzzA Sc? Sris 10 Cents Ecca AT NICCCLSCn tk -BURGLARY- The summer outing eeasoa wlU soon be here, when you will leave your silverware, furs, ruga, . paint ings and bric-a-brac to the burg lars. Upon your return. If you find some valuables gone, others destroyed, locks broken, and your pretty home turned Into a place cf desolation, a draft covering the loss and damage will look mighty good to you. Let DOUQAN A CO. protect you. Phone 1330, ' Kl I T T tttttttn mm Set Chicago TeUx&a How on Solo KUT TT Soptombor 211