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At The Play= Houses _____
The Algiers Stars.
Henry Page, c.; Edwin Stacy, p.;
A\Iin Chico, 1 b.; Stanley McMahon,
" I,.; William Hildebrand, 3 b.; Joseph
(.end'Isa, s. s.; Charles Stacy, r. f.,
.lules Judlin, 1. f.; Joseph Carubba, c.
f. The Algiers Stars will play any
t-tam under fourteen years old.
Elmira Stars vs. Pelicans.
The Elmira Stars defeated the Pell
cans by a score of 29 to 6. The feat
ure of the game was the batting of Y.
Lafarre, N. Parmatel, M. Baron, B.
Glanvey and Bruce Barrett and the
pitching and catching of Gerretts and
Lafavre. The line-up is as follows:
Y. Lafavre, c.; G. Gerretts, p.; B. Bar
rett, I b.; S. N. Parmatel, 2 b.; M. L.
Baron, 3 b.; B. Glancey, s. s.; N.
Braem. r. f.; G. Wardrop, c. f.; R.
Donner, I. f.
Senior Talbot of the Pelicans struck
out .seven times, as many times up.
The Young Eagles.
The Young Eagles won their third
game Sunday by a score of 14 to 2.
The line-up of the Young Eagles: M.
Marcour, p.; C. Wattigney, c.; W. Fou
quet, a. s.; J. Conrad, 2 b.; B. E. Wrig
ley, 3 b.; J. Fouquet, s. s.; O. Mar
cour. r. f.; L. Kinsinger, c. f.; H. Wrig
ley, 1. f.; O. Marcour, manager; C.
Young Louisiana Pelicans.
The Young Louislana Pelicans won
their first game lof the season when
they defeated the Doodle Doos by a
score of 12 to 6. The Young Louisiana
Pelicans team is as follows: L. Bairns
father, e.; J. Houston, p.; H. Meyers,
1 b.; F. Corbett, 2 b.; J. Hanley, 3 b.;
J. Lindquist, s. a.; A. McGivney, 1. f.;
P. Rcaney, c. f.; R. Horn, r. f. Send
all clalenges to Eugene Lafaut, man
ager, 233 Delaronde street.
RENECKY SELLS THE FAMOUS
BUSTER BROWN SHOES FOR THE
New Orleans, LLa., March 4, 1913.
Public notice is hereby given that on
and after the 1st day of April, 1913,
all violators of Ordinance No. 2910, N.
C., known as the Garbage Can Ordi
nance, will be proceeded against in
the Recorders' Courts by the Board of
Health for the Parish of Orleans and
of the City of New Orleans.
Police .omcers observing violation
will be requested, through their ofm
cial heads, to report ell violations to
W. T. O'REILLY, M. D,
Superintendent of Public Health.
W. H. ROBIN, M. D.,
RENECKY SELLS THE FAMOUS
ELK 8KIN 8HOES.
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FRANCES STARR IN "THE CASE OF BECKY"-TULANE, WEEK MON
DAY, MARCH 10.
Frances Starr is coming to the Tu
lane in the new play in which she has
recently scored a great success at the
Belasco Theatre in New York City.
According to the New York papers this
new play. "The Case of Becky," gives
to Miss Starr the greatest opportunity
of her artistic career. Once again
David Belasco has caused this beauti
ful and talented young actress to be
acclaimed for her skill in characteri
zation and in emotionalism in a play
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'ALL GOOC AMERICAN
DAVE LEWIS IN "DONI' LIE TO. YOUR WIFE"-CRESCENT, SUNDAY, MARCH 9.
which has made a most profound im
pression where it has been seen. The
play is from the nsa of Edward Locke,
a young dramatist. who, in this un
usual play, has established a high rep.
utation. Mr. Locke has provided Miss
Starr with a powerful play, based on
a case of dual personality-a case of
a feminine Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
and her sensational success in this
strange part has the more frmly sa
tablished her as one of the foremost
actresses of the day. She will be seen
in this new play at the Tulane Theatr~
on Monday, March 10, for a week's en
amet, with matinees Wednesday
DAVE LEWIS COMING.
"Don't Lie to Your Wife," the musl
cal comedy scream with Dave Lewis
starred, which will be seen at the
Crescent fpr the week of March 9, it
in three acts and is by far the funniaes
vehiclePDave Lewis has ever been con
It is up to the minute in every par
ticular and contains many extremet
The complications which have been
gathered up by the sather, Camphel
B. Cased, during his espereanse as
Jouralist eo the New York Herald
are alike numerous and humorous, and
the different characters embroiled in
this farcical mixup, seem so terribly
enmeshed that the spectator simply
wonders how the poor unfortunate
will ever extricate himself, and it is
only a moment prior to the tall of the
curtain ere the tangle is unraveled,
much to the satisfaction of everybody.
Musical numbers are introduced,
violin specialties are rendered, and the
gowning of the ladies is said to be
ZOE BARNETT IN "THE RED ROSE"
"The Red Rose," a musical organi
sation, with Zoe Barnett at its head, '
comes to the Tulane for the week of I
March 23, under the personal direction I
of John C. Flsper, the producer of I
"Fiorodora," "The Silver Slipper," and I
other big successes. "The Red Rose" <
the work of Harry B. and Robert B.
Smith, with music by Robert Hood I
Bowers. The locale Is Paris and the
story deals with student life. The an
thors are said to have written a book I
of real humor, with a genuine plot and
many neatly sketched characters. The '
beauty of the chorus and their elabo I
rate costumes have been dwelt on,
Prominent in support of Miss Bar- I
mntt are players well and favorably
known in the comic opera field, includ
Ins Louis Casavant, Bly Brown, Maur
ice Darcy, Russell Lennon, Wayne
Nuan, William H. Conley, Oharles
Clear, Charlotte Philbrick, David
Reese and ether:.
The scenic equipment has not been
overlooked aend the production is said
to be gorgeous and complete in the
most minute detail.
RENUCKY IS SATISFIED WITH A
LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR BRHOE
It is announced by Mr. Peruchi that
the next attraction at the Lyric Thea
tre will be the well-known play, "The
Octoroon." It will be presented with
an entirely new version, but none of
the scenes and incidents will be omit
ted in making it a complete success.
Especially for this production there
will he a company of t enty-five ne
gro men and women used in the play,
singing and dancing after the fashion
that was in vogue during the old plan
tation days. They will put on a pro
grain that will be even better than
the features which made such an im
pression in "l'ncle Tom's Cabin."
There will be nothing omitted to make
the revival of the old favorite a mark
Mr. Peruchi stated that the scene
in the canebrake will be unusually
realistic and the famous fight with
the Indian will be given in a strong
manner. "The Octoroon" was always
a favorite and the way tickets are
selling it is an indication that the
playhouse will be packed at all per
"An Orphan's Prayer," the attrac
tion since last Sunday night, has
drawn excellent houses all week and
it has made a telling impression be
cause it deals with a human life sub
ject in a manner which is interesting
Mabel Gypzene has won much
praise for her excellent portrayal of
the orphan, a part similar to that of
Lena Rivers. The other players, in
cluding Mr. Peruchi in a very funny
character part, have more than made
"Rock of Ages" Holy Week.
Because of the solemnity of the sea
id son, Mr. Peruehi has selected "Rock
In of Ages" for Holy Week. In present
ly Ing this play written around the fam
7 ous hymn, Mr. Peruchi will also use
te s"cred songs and other features that
is w be in keeping with solemn days.
6e It Is an uplifting drama that can be
d, seen at any season and it is especially
Ly. suited to the closing days of the Lent
ýd, en season.
he The entire company together with
be special singers for the musical part of
the show will be used.
You all know Nat M. Wills, thatI
"Happy Tramp." If you haven't ex
1 perienced the piessing sensation of i
laughlng at his quaint stories and fan
I ny parodies, you at least know him by
I reputation. Wills is undoubtedly one
' of the real comedians on the American
. stage. Audiences are all alike to him.
i He gets them all without any apparent
9 effort, and is regarded as a natural
a comedian. He is one of the headliners
t next week.
I The Ballet Classique is the other.
m This is the Orpheum's premier dane
Sin act. The principals are Mlle. Do
4 mina Marini and Marcel Bronski, late
of the Metropolitan Opera Company,
r- and are dancers of international fame.
y As their support, Albertina Ranch, the
I- producer, has selected ten of the most
r efficient ballet girls who have from
e time to time supported them. The
s Iresentation is of the very highest or
d der, and deserves the praise that has
been showered upon it.
n These two acts, however, are not all.
d There will he Mae Melville and Robert
e Higgins, Mr. sad Mrs. Gordon Wilde,
Claude and Fannie Usher, Briglio and
Romaso, and Asard Brothers.
People at all familiar with amuse
ment afairs will at once reeogalse
this as sne of the greatest comedy
bills of the season.
MABEL GYPZENE IN "THE OCTO
ROON"-AT THE LYRIC.
TULANE AND CRESCENT THEA
TRES WILL REMAIN "DARK"
ALL OF HOLY WEEK.
The Tulane and Crescent theatres
will be closed during Holy Week. The
management has made no official ex
planation, but the probable reason is
that in this community a large part of
the population abstains from attend
ing places of amusement during that
It will be the first time in the history
- of local theatres that any of the prin
cipal theatres have been closed during
the last week of Lent.
The darkening of the playhouses will
result in probably 150 players laying
off in New Orleans. Frances Starr,
who comes to the Tulane next Monday
in "The Case of Becky," will not re
sume her tour until after Holy Week,
but will remain in New Orleans. "The
Red Rose" company, which follows
Miss Starr, will likewise be here.
Dave Lewis and his company, who
are to present "Don't Lie to Your Wife"
at the Crescent, will be here.
The sight of big, ocean vessels dis
charging thrifty and energetic immi
grants from Norway,, Sweden, Ger
many, -France, Belgium, Holland, Den
mark and England at the immigration
station may soon be a reality.
Although the station will not for
mally be opened until March 27, efforts
are now being made to induce the
large steamship companies to make
occasional, it not regular, landings at
Algiers of immigrants from these
countries. A New Orleans land firm is
working up an immigration movement
from Holland to southern Louisiana,
while other companles are endeavor
ing to bring here farmers from Den
mark and Sweden.
The immigration station, upon which
Uncle Sam has spent many thousands
of dollars and which ranks as the
largest in any South Atlantic or Gulf
part, will be dedicated by the bouthern
Agricultural Commissioners' Assocla
- tion on March 27. PFifteen state com
missioners of agriculture will have a
part in the exercises. Governor Luth
at er . Hall, E. O. Bruner, commissioner
E of agriculture for Louisiana; Justln F.
If Denechand, commissioner of immigra
8 tion, and Mayor Martin Behrman will
by be on the program for New Orleans.
e The Progressive Union will have
a charge of the ceremony.
t POLICE TOLD TO CURB SKATING
S* IN STREEtS.
The following message has been sent
out to all police precincts from head
"The practice of children on skates
estching on to automobiles and thus
propelling themselves is a mbst dan
y geroa practice, and they are apt to be
Skilled or maimed. You will, therefore,
gie ve your men strict instructions in
the matter of breaking up this prac
m tice. "James W. Reynolds,
le "Superintendent of Police."
THURSTON, THE MAGICIAN.
ll. Thurston, that name with which mil
rt lions have conjured and as many more
behave been mystiled, will be the at
ad traction at the Crescent for the week
of March 13. With his bewildering
5 array of tricks, illusions, mystic
Ssleight-f4tand, magie prestidigitation
1 and what not, he is preseniting pro
gram satd to be the clinma of pro
TULANE THEATRE Beginningl
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
"The Case of Becky"
\\ k 1Larlch 23 Thurston. the Magic:an
CRESCENT THEATRE .Bginning
Matinees-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
"Don't Lie to Your Wife"
\\V'cek \larch 2, "The Red Rose"
PHONE MAIN 333.
AFTERNOON PERFORMANICE AT 2:15 EVEIIIN PERFORMANGE AT 3:15
PRICES( Night--0lc, c, SOc, 75c. Box Soot. $1.00.
trPRICES N-oc, 25c, SOc. Box s.at. 7.
Ticket Offlee Open Daily from 10 a.m. toe p.m.
LYRIC Phone Main 1379
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foundest achievement in modern magic
and the crowning sheaf of all that mys
tiflee. Among the many new sensa
tions are "The Daylight Ghosts," a
mystical phanton playlet of spook
land; "The Vanishing Dervishers," a
bewildering Arabian mystery; "The
Haunted Window," an unsolvable mys
tery of spirit life; "The Chair of Asia,"
a reclining "Juno" defying human en
durance; "The Siamese Cabinet," a
marvelous production of living people;
"The Bankok Bungalow," a Llama's
dream of astral power, and Haga Ha
mid's Troupe of Arabs, ten in number.
which Mr. Thurston has engaged as a
special added attraction.
The Gessner Co.
611 Canal Street
SOCIETY STATIONERS AND
Phone Main 3832