THE MORNING PALLADIUM SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906.
Ira Swisher, Lessee and Manager.
In conjunction Willi the
fcv .Western Vaudeville
' WEEK OF FEBRUARY 5. J J '
Prof. Gus Frederick.
Famous Dog and Pony Circus. The
acknowledged leader of all similar
3- ART ADAIR.
Comedy Musical Act.
4- MR. ERNEST RENK.
Illustrated Songs. "I'll Wed
You iii tlie Good Old Summer Time."
"I Wonder if She's Waiting. "
5- RICE & ADAMS.
6- THE MANNING TRIO.
In nn Irish comedy sketch, "Trou
7- FREDERICK HEIDER.
Sinking and Dancing.
8- MOTION PICTURES.
"Trained Parrots." "License
Admission 10 cents to all parts of
the houoe. Ladies and childrden
will be admitted for 5 cents on Tues
day and Friday afternoons.
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Is Written by
J. 11 IVIWABIS
fMD LET US TALK
A BUSY WEEK FOR
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT WITH
"LITTLE JOHNNY JONES"
THE NEW PHILLIPS PROGRAM
'cr Kc::t Week is Full of Good
Thr'ns Repertoire Was Very
Next Week at the New Phillips.
Monday afternoon vaudeville will
aain be inaugurated at the New
Phillips, following the close of a very
successful week in repertoire, which
closes tonight. Hundreds have seen
the performances by the Orpheum
Stock Company and have been well
pleased, so that a banner crowd is
expected tonight. Manager Murray is
confident that in next week's bill he
will hit the popular fancy and he is
calling attention especially to the Al
pine Sisters, who come reputed to be
the only lady shadowgraphers in the
world. The detailed program for the
week is as follows:
Miss Grace Miller, piano overture.
II. Major O'Laughlin, gun and ba
Thompson Sisters, singing and
The Two Fantas, comedy acrobatic
and boxing sketch with antics by
their trained pir, "Mike."
Cal Lankert, illustrated songs.
The Alpine Sisters, shadowgraph
ers. The Philoscope, motion pictures.
At the Gennett.
This afternoon and tonight will be
the last opportunities afforded for
seeing the splendid vaudeville bill
that is offered at the Gennett this
week. The bill is equal in every
respect to any bill that has been pre
sented in tins city, which is recog
nized as obtaining the best in the
land. A huge crowd was present
at the bargain matinee yesterday af
ternoon and last night the house was
packed. The fact that there are
other amusement performances in
(he city this week does not seem to
exert any influence on the attendance
at the Gennett vaudeville.
Kvery number on this week's pro
m ;: is worthy of the first position
on any bill. The fact that the per
formance does not depend upon one
act to make it good is probably the
best feature. All of the eight
acts are first class and it is safe to
say that their superior never will be
presented in this city.
"Little Johnny Jones," the
wonderfully successful musical at
traction, will be presented at the
Gennett Monday, February 12. It
is a play beeause it has a plot, an in
terest, some cause, rhyme and reason
for existence and one which with
slight changes could be done in a sat
isfactory manner without its delight
ful accompaniment of melody.
The atmosphere throughout is de
lightful, the interest sustained, the
climaxes, situations, and story natu
ral and never once overdrawn.
While one's ears are wide open
with expectancy for the usual thun
dering finale of the usual musical
piece, we are treated to almost a
tearful curtain on the second act,
when alone and lodging for dear old
America, the little jockey sits on the
dock watching the departure of his
friends, bound for home. The ship
passes in the night, gay with lights,
music, floating over the waves with
its light-hearted passengers, and the
little jockey under a cloud, from
slanderous acusations, sits on the
dock with a longing in his heart for
friends abroad and friends at home.
It is a finish so unusual, so unexpect
ed, so pathetic, that we almost forget
that we are witnessing a musical tri
fle and a tear is suddenly dashed
from one's cheek.
When the curtain goes up on the
last act we are instinctively looking
for a villain o ran adventuress
When it reveals to us a beautifully
illuminated set of Frisco's China
quarter at night, we are suddenly
brought face to face with our sur
roundings, by the appearance of six
ty or more seductively costumed la
dies of the chorus, who sing and
dance sufficiently to remind us that
we are witnessing a musical piece
and not a melodrama.
"Girl Wffl Be Girls."
Persons who are in the habit of ar
riving at theatrical performances j
fW.TYi half an hour to thret miartprs t
X VUi lUL - -
after the beginning of the enter
tainment, miss one of the most
charming features of "Girls Will be
Girls," which comes to the Gennett
Theatre next Wednesday matinee
and night. The feature in question
is R. Melville Baker and Joseph
Hart's dainty love song, "And That
Little Girl is You," which is sung
with excellent effect after a manner
devised by William A. Brady. The
tenor and soprano sit on a bench
during the duet, and at the last cho
rus the other young women tip toe
in upon them from all directions.
-Tust as the refrain is reached, the
ensemble drops into a cleverly con
ceived group about the couple, not
innke a r.xvzo nuncn or unman roses, j
There are many other plea.-isg hum-
:.er.i i;: the idece. :T:: tl Kti- ;
neitiv' "Ifuy d'ye IV,." "Gee, !
YY-.udn't That he Great." and j
.. 1 Ia., 1? " l.i.f llu.rn iw 1-u-w I
question that the duet mentioned first
is popular favor. Mr. Brady's pro-
said to be up to date in every partic
ular. The book has the virtue of a
capital story, and ludicrous situa
tions, interspersed with bright lines
abound. Al Leech, who has always
had a considerable following in this
city, has added a legion to the num
ber of the admirers by the reason of
his capital impersonation of Profes
sor Dodge. Possessing some of the
accuracy of real characterization,
this portrayal nevertheless is replete
with with little eccentric comicalities
and ingenious devices for making
people laugh. The Three Rosebuds,
comely efen though their absurd
make up, ably assist Mr. Leech who
has the advantage of a very good
supporting company throughout. A
word should he said concerning the
chorus, which is industrious, intelli
gent, and more than ordinarily hand
some. HISTORIC TREE
FALLS UNDER AX
UNDER ITS BOUGHS GEN. WM.
HENRY HARRISON FOUND
REST AND SLEEP.
GREAT OAK 200 YEARS OLD
Was a Noted Landmark at Lafayette
and a Trysting Place for
Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 9. Lafay
ette's famous "Big Tree," one of
the oldest and best known landmarks
in the county, is no more. The gi
ant oak, under wdiose branches Gen
eral William Henry Harrison slept
while on his way to the battel of Tip
pecanoe, has been cut down, because
the topmost boughs were continually
falling off and menacing life and
The tree, which is supposed to be
more than 200 years old, fully that
number of rings of growth having
been counted in a cross section of the
monster trunk, stood directly in the
middle of the Riverside road, midway
between the city and the Tecumseh
trail and the State Soldiers' Home.
When the road was built in 1S72 the
tree's history saved it from destruc
tion, and the highway went around
it on each side to prevent its being
In years past there was a dense
forest in the region of the tree, but
civilization has made such inroads
on the native woods that but few
trees remain there and the "Big
Tree" towered far above all the rest.
The tree for years has been known
as a tryst ing place and scores of lov
ers have plighted their troth beneath
It stood 115 feet high, and on its
scarred trunk could be seen traces of
record-breaking high-water marks,
the Wabash river running only a few
feet away. The trunk was covered
with hundreds of signs and posters,
and the nails driven into it were
largely responsible for its decay.
For years the children of Lafay
ette have talked of the "Big Tree,"
and used it to denote a drirection. It
is supposed to have marked the site
of an old Indian village, as many
arrow heads and other aboriginal
weapons have been dug up near it.
The Indian chief Tecumseh is said
to have stood beside the tree and de
livered addresses to his braves and
held numerous council fires beside it.
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MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 12
SAM. H. HARRIS presents the biggest musical of the past two years.
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Original Production j
Exactly ns presented six months in New York, four months In Chicago
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