At The Play Houses.
M here fro he Gaiety Thea
jtw York, nht h* it has enjoyed
- dtb most .1: c·t,ssiul runs of any
comedy of recen'it years, Henry
_,age's p' d'(uc ion of "Excuse
WM be the attraction at the Tu
-Tgre all noxt week, beginning
evening, Nov e:bner 26th, with
SHERY . SVAE' P CARIVAL OF , "EXSE E" E THEATRE .
FROM HENRY W. SAVAGES PULLMAN CARNIVAL OF FUN, "EXC1'SE E"E -TILANE THEATRE.
|im matinee on Thanksgiving in
to the usual Wednesday and
'ue Me" is based on an entirely
tIm. the adventures of con
types of people who meet on
teldml limited train going from
to the Pacific coast. Rupert
the author, builded better
be knew when he conceived the
the Crescent Theatre for one
beginning Sunday, November
the latest musical comedy in
S"Mtt and Jeff," will be the
SThe production is under
of Gus Hill. the promi
vew York manager. Mutt and
6 k"itely known, are those two
euaracters, the creation of Bud
the dever cartoonist. This is
ueti that the pair have adorn
AMaeid from all accounts they
Ill their new environment
ealmes. The comedy has a
the interest is sustained
eo alah. It concerns a
VOt of land left by an Am
is eua. Jack Weyler. who
lth American Republic to
_ Y brings the central char
and Jeff. to a strange
A ,eveltion Is in progress
STHE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE.
Improvements. - New Management.
Russian and Sulphur Baths l0 Cents.
-Plain Bathd M Cents-
DR. J. LOUIS CASAUBIEILH, Chiropodist.
A. A. DORVIN, Manager
Rt Street, New Orleans.
Chlaning and Pressing Club. Phonae Main 8t1.
e Will Do the Rest
J. Bodeager, Pres.
Cornice & Phumbing Wks.
idea of this farce. He wrote to make
people laugh. He has done better than
that. He has brought out a human
play, entirely plausible, with real flesh
and blood men and women as the
characters. The strength of the play
lies in its very possibility. All the
scenes take place on a modern train,
Pullman cars of the latest types being
shown. The berths are made up, and
the verisimilitude is carried to such
an extent that the audience practically
travels with the players.
It can be seen .then, why the farce
has been dubbed a "Pullman Carni
val" in three sections. Mr. Savage,
who has earned the reputation of nev
er doing things by halves, has given
the nlay a production that makes it
rank as noteworthy example of real
and the two jump into the fray for all
the spoils there is in it. Of course.
they do not succeed in getting any
real money but they do get into trou
ble: Mutt is made President and car
ries his honors with the dignity be
fitting his reputation. Jeff is made his
"cabjet," whatever that may be. and
the two are free from strife and an
noyance until their imposition is dis
covered. One can imagine the com
plications that follow. In the end ev
erything is righted and Jeff and Mutt
return to civilization where they re
new their adventures. Laughs are
abundant throughout, the situations
are funny and the action is spirited
enough to keep everybody in exceed
ingly good humor.
The music, which has been specially
composed for the piece, is said to be
catchy and tuneful. There are four
teen numbers. The scenic investi
ture is first-class and the other effects
commensurate with the policy of Mr.
Hill. Matinees will be given Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ism. The motion of the train is shown,
the whistles and bells are heard, the
noise of the air-bralfes is apparent, and
altogether the sensation is of being
on a fast-flying modern train.
There is a plot and a counterplot. A
young army officer, who must catch a
transport in San Francisco on a cer
tain date to go to the Philippines, can
not bear the idea of leaving the girl
he loves for his three years' term of
service, and persuades her to elope
with him at the last moment. Time
does rot allow for a marriage service,
and they take chanct.s of finding a
minister aboard the train, to perform
the ceremony. The amusing compli
cations are many ,and serve to pro
vide an evening of unbounded merri
MUTT AND JEFF-CRESCENT.
WEEK OF NOV. 26.
The following first-class bill is the
attraction at the popular play house,
the Orpheum, for next week:
The Lorch Family, twelve famous
Tom Edwards, England's premier
The Musikalgirls, music, brauty and
Master Albert Hole, phenomenal boy
Coakley, Hanvey and Dunleavy,
town hall minstrels.
Laura Buckley, monologuist.
Barry and Nelson, athletes.
Kuewledgo Camu Tee Late.
rig-r'e been boarding now for
ow years, Pog - Tbe .- e don't
know what It i tb have a homt
-byes, I d It was whe. I
had a heoe that I didnOt bow what
t was to have ems - ston Thea
AL H. WILION.
AL Wilsoi, th Gernm dialet
eomeila, who comes to the DainIDIe
Thetre nest week as the, eatcal
tarct e his ue.s meeomal def
ag e try. A esn PbRies" P
Looking For Them.
Major d'Arlandes. like many another
French soldier, was tired of waiting
for promotion and opportunities to dis
tinguish himself. lie seized an oppor
tunity to enjoy a little excitement and
at the same time remind Louis XVI.
of his baffled ambitions. lie made a
balloon ascension, which at that time
was thought to be a very risky affair.
The king promptly reproved him for
"Your majesty will pardon me. I
hope," said the officer. "but the fact is
the minister of war has made me so
many promises in the air that I went
up to look for some of them."
"Maria," Mr. Dorkins said. with a
note of exultation in his voice. "I turn
ed a trade today that netted me a
"II'mph." ejaculated his spouse in
her loftiest you make me tired man
ner, "I went out today to bunt up a
first class cook. and I got her, John-I
got her!"--Chicago Tribune.
Got His Fill.
"Did you like the party, Rufus?"
"Then why didn't you stay till it
"What was the use? I couldn't eat
Miss Young- In Turkey a woman
doesn't know her husband till after
she's married him. Mrs. Wedd-Why
mention Turkey especially?- Boston
The Greater Blessing.
Jawkins-Ah. my boy. it's a fine
thing to have a friend whom you can
trust. Pawkins-It's a jolly sight bet
ter to have one who will trust you, old
"He used to be a straight enough
young chap. What made him get
erooked?" "Trying to make both ends
meet. I believe."-Exchange.
The people who are always short find
It dificult to get along.-Philadelphia
no doubt be given a warm reception
by his many admirers in this city, who,
by the way, are legion. Wilson's rich
clear voice is like wine-it improves
with age. His songs always seem
sweeter than ever, and it is safe to
guess that when he presents "A Ger
man Prince" there will be a great de
mand for "Her Smile," one of the new
songs written and composed by Mr.
Wilson, especially for this production.
Manager Sidney R. Ellis is credited
with having provided a strong support
ing company, and this fact alone
should be enough to assure a fine per
formance without mentioning the
many innovations that have been made
in the play.
Surrounded by an exceptionally
strong cast in a new singing comedy
entitled 'A German Prince," which has
proved the great hit of his career, Al.
H. Wilson, the German dialect come
dian coes to 'the anphine Theatre
next week. In "A German Prince,"
the author hbas rst of all written a
laughing and lasting success, and in
the seeoad place provided the most
popular of German comedians with a
sultablq vehicle--an achievement
rather dlicult to accomplish. Ample
opportunity Is allowed for the intro
duction by Mr. Wilson of several new
songs that are among the best that he
has ye. composed. Special mention
he made o "Her 8mile" and
"Whkn YOe Past iemn the Girl Yes
I .' I powm l bi star with a
pwebstma tbsh fils the 111l i ever!
A CHARACTER PARTY.
.\ tielightful character part% was
given at thie home of Mrs. t. WV. Poi
lock last Friday ev",ning at which the
younger set were charmigly enter
Those in attendance were: the .Miss
es Z. Bostick, representing Grecian;
E. Schroder, Spanish dancer; M1. ('or
bett, Spanish dancer; I. Brookes.
Dutch girl; N. Donner, Mary Jane; G.
\'allette. Pilgrim; S. Garland, French
maid: R. Langwith, Empress Jose
phini-: N. Joyner, Grecian; 1M. Joyner.
Grecian; H. Buchholz, Puritan; V. Boy
lan, Puritan; M. Herbert. Irish peas
ant; J. Birney, Dutih peasant;-l. Dan
iels, milkmaid; E. Mahoney, Japanese*
M. Tufts, .Japanese; E. Capo, Grecian;
J. French, Puritan; V. Testard. auto
mobile girl; V. Hebert, Spanish dan
cer; L. Huguet. Indian squaw; T. Platt
evening: R. Reynolds. enchanted fair
ies' sister; K. Barras, Japanese; E.
Hotard, Japanese; K. Kaufman, tennis
girl: 0. Nelson. Red Riding Htood; I.
Lampton, fortune teller; A. Lennox.
Indian squaw; R. Pollock, Indian
squaw; and the Messrs. J. Higgins, I
Tufts, G. Forrest, R. Williams, G. Cun
ningham. W. Hauer, J. MIcCloskey, A.
Tufts. G. George, H. Albrizze. R. Nel
son, K. Christy, W. Christy, A. Her
bert, R. Platt, G. Platt, A. Lennox, N.
Nolan, R. Nolan. F. Richardson. D. Da
vis, Dr. Schaeffer, J. Capo, F. Tran
china. K. Kaufman, G. Wainwright, R.
N'chols, and Ed. Pettigrove.
Delightful music was played by Miss
Blanc-he Ahysen and delicious refresh
ments were served by Mrs. Corbett,
Mrs. Galvin and Mrs. Pollock.
Little Miss Lois Gravais was sur
prised by her little friends last Fri
day evening at her home in Bermuda
street. The jolly crowd met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Muntz and
proceeded to the Gravois home. A
most enjoyable time was had playing
games, etc. Many of the little ones
entertained with recitations and
Dainty refreshments were served
during the evening. Those present
Edwina Muntz, Floris Rupp, Eleanor
Rooney, Macrina Muntz, Gladys Roo
tey, Gladys Suey, lone Rooney, Mary
Brown. Blanche Senner, Josie Weig
man, Gertrude Robicheaux, Dorothy
Kraft, Carlotta Kraft, Zema Judlin,
Frederica Stansbury, Mildred Mur
tagh, Jeanette Calvin, Thelma Dassin
ger, Louna Muntz, Adros Gallagher,
&elda Huckins, Rennette Kennair,
lay Hauer, Lois Gravois, Alicia Gra
rois, Eunice Muntz and Masters Ray
nond Richards, Ernest Mahoney, Al
bert Ryan, Lemly Hubener, Byrnes
Anderson, Floyd Mahler and Peter
FIFTH PRECINCT CLUB.
The Fifth Precinct Behrman Regu
lar Democratic Club of the Fifteenth
Ward held its regular meeting Satur
say, November 18, at Elmira and Eva
Ilna streets, and ten new names were
added to the membership list. A large
nmber of the members were prese
and Vice President Danlels explained
the purpose of the meeting, after
wthich it was decided to hold the next
meeting on Wednesday, November 29,
and thereafter on the second and last
Wednesdays of the month, at Elmira
and Evalina street.
letail, Manager Sidney R. Ellis has
'xcelled himself in the handling of
he numerous stage pictures which are
AL H. WUILON.
britsmed by r th easiatierman
ates 1 th.a the haracer
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Every Night at 8:15, and Wednesdayand Saturday Matinees at 2.
CRESCENT BEGINNING 2
CRECN SUNDAY, NOV. LU
Every Night, and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Matinee.
"MUTT and JEFF"
Performance every afternoon at 2:15. Every evening at 8:156.
NIGHT PRICES, 10c, 25c, 50c, 75c. BOX, $1.00
MATINEES DAILY . . . . . . . . . 10c, 25c, 50c. Box Seats, 75c.
Seats may be Reserved by Phone. Ticket Office Open Daily From
10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
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