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WOKIiD Op Wil *... . -.* '•' LAST WEEK OF THE STOCK COM- LAST WEEK OF THE STOCK COM- ■ PANY AT THE GRAND OPERA ::':-yy- ; house,*-. ■'■"- '■'.' * . *-' , • •;.' ■* ..*- * SUCCESS OF VAUDEVILLES. SUCCESS OF VAUDEVILLES. THEIR FOURTH WEEK BEGINS TONIGHT AT THE METRO- - POLITAN. Complete change of bill. High Class Attractions at the •'.-'• Grand Next Season-- Gossip of the Stage. It is a pity that the theater-goers of this city have been so slow to recog nize the £ pronounced merit of the Giffen & Neil stock company. Only during the week just closed has the . patronage of this company been in anywise proportioned to its merits. There is nothing to gain by discussing the "whys! and wherefores" of this. "One answer is broad enough to ex- plain it all. Fashion's dictates con- trol a large proportion of theater- goers, 100, large ind.fr.-d when they ig nore the presence of a company of fin- ished artists simply because they are playing at a popular-price house. Many of these theater-goers have, in so doing, also either ignored or discred ited the newspapers of this city, all of which have bestowed the highest praise upon the performances of this truly admirable organization. ' At the eleventh hour, however, the intelli- -gent lovers of wholesome drama in- terpreted by thorough, conscientious artists have discovered that they can obtain such intellectual delectation at the Grand opera hous-"-. Accordingly the audiences of last week were such as to afford the managers some en- couragement and the players some in- spiration, for, though their art fur- nishes its own inspiration, yet its ex- ponents can scarcely be expected to thrive "upon bare imagination of a feast." ■■;•**• '■•"■.**; Doubtless the final week of the stock . season, which begins tonight, will be - the most successful of all. The reper toire, as given below, insures a de- lightful variety. Two of the plays, "Captain Swift" and "Nancy and Company," have . already been pre- sented by the stock company, but Boucicault's brilliant comedy "Lon- don Assurance" has not been seen in St. Paul for many years. The stock ■company should/interpret it with rare effect, many of -the players being peculiarly adapted for the principal roles. F. G. H. . SUCCESS OF THE VAUDEVILLES. Their Fourth Week at the Metro- politan— of Bill. Although the Alhambra Vaudevilles give a matincia performance every , week-day at the Metropolitan opera house, there is no diminution in the attendance, and the evening perform -7 ances are witnessed by large audiences. - . During the past week the entertain- ment presented has been of the high- est quality. ..The management of the 'Alhambras has already brought many of the greatest specialty successes of New York, Boston and Chicago to St. .Paul, and proposes to continue giving j the best obtainable in the vaudeville , field. j Tonight there will be the usual com- ; plete change of company and pro- ; gramme, and the new bill promises to j fcaagsainla 53 i iL!Pi Cf£ %$ %& -a a -a s a BfiRQaiNS WORTH SECURING. BgßgatKS WORTH SECURING. Unlike other bargains advertised, ours tally and correspond exactly with our descriptions. We never fool any one. We are not in business for a day, a month or a year, but for all time to come. All our transactions are legitimate, honora ble and strictly reliable. We do uot resort to any underhanded trickery or de ceiving methods, and that's why our store is jammed almost continually with cus tomers, as we have become known as one of the very few, if not the only house, who do exactly as we advertise. Our low prices are the talk and the wonderment of the town. Our competi tors. as well as our customers, wonder how we can sell good goods so cheap, but we will increase the excitement by offering BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER. ■' HOSIERY. Ladies' heavy strictly fast black Cotton Hose, per pair 21/2 c Ladies' heavy fast black seamless Cotton Hose, per pair 8 1-Sc Children's fine quality, stainless black seamless Ribbed Cotton Hose, per pair 3c UNDERWEAR. Ladies' good quality Ribbed Under- vests, each 3^c CORSETS. Fine quality extra long heavily boned Summer Corsets, with heavy side steels and double front steel and good netting, each 36c P. D. AND C. P. CORSETS AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. Genuine imported P. D. 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This act will be of especial Jn-/ terest to the 'thousands of cyclists in this city. Another novelty on the coming week's bill will be presented by Brandon and Regeni, who have originated a specialty which, combines many difficult feats in athletics, con- tortion and magic. This team will also give a thrilling aerial act. An old-time minstrel specialty, the first introduced in they present season of vaudeville, will be furnished by.Me- Mahan and King, who are said to be clever in the black-face business. Com- edy and musical sketches will be of- fered by Horwitz and Bowers arid Lo- gan and Hanley,' while Tegge and Da- niels will contribute a Teutonic com- edy act. Alburtus and Bartram, the expert club swingers, will present their specialty, which is said .to surpass in skill anything of the kind on' the Amer ican stage. - Those are/the artists who recently surprised Gus -Hill by accept-/ ing his $10,003 challenge for ' a club swinging act to excel his. . Waas, the character impersonator, is also on the new bill. Jo Kardman, the comedian who appeared during the second week of the Alhambra engagement, will re- turn and give an . entirely new nono- logue. .// /- -••/ Ladies and children attend the daily matinees of the Alhambras,. and they find the vaudeville entertainment a pleasing novelty."" There- is nothing to cry over in a vaudeville show, only fun and wonders. The Metropolitan is kept delightfully cool. THEIR FINAL PERFORMANCES. Last Week of the Giffen anil Neill Stock Company. , The Griffen & Neill stock company begins the Jast week of its engagement at the Grand tonight, .opening in C. Haddon Chambers' powerful . melo drama "Captain Swift," . which achieved such great success when per formed by the company a few weeks ago. "Captain Swift" will be played for two nights only, Sunday and Mon day. On Tuesday evening Augustin Daly's clever farce ."'Nancy & Com pany" will be put on for two nights and a matinee. Thursday evening and during the remainder of the week Dion Boucicault's famous old comedy "Lon don Assurance" will be the bill. "Cap tain Swift" and "Nancy & Company" are repeated at the request of the thea tergoers of St. Paul, Manager; Kings bury having decided to put on both as the result of the newspaper voting ex periment. "Captain Swift" is unquestionably one of the strongest plays in the company's repertoire. Mr. .Neill's interpretation of the title role immediately won for him a high place. Mr. Kent was equal ly successful as Gardiner, the Austra lian squatter. Those who have seen Miss Crosman's artistic work as a comedienne were surprised to find her equally commendable in serious work for her Mrs. Seabrooke is a fine piece of emotional acting.- "Nancy & Com pany" will be a pleasing contrast, as it is all rollicking fun from start to finish. Miss Crosman's Nancy Brash er, Mr. Maher's Stocklow, and Mr. Kent's Kiefe O'Kiefe are full of contagious wit and humor. Mr. Neill, Mr. Denham, Mr. Perry, Mr. Dade, Miss Burt, Anne Blancks and Kate Blancke are all excellently cast, and those who have not seen the company in these two admirable bills should not fail to do so. Beginning Thursday t evening, ; . and during the remainder of the week; the company will present for the first time since its organization "London As surance." Every member of the com pany has appeared in the comedy, but with different stars and different com panies. The play is regarded by many as Boucicault's greatest dramatic work. It differs wholly from "The Jilt," and contains a greater fund of the scintillating comedy for which the SHIRT WAISTS AT LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. One lot of fine Shirt Waists, the celebrated. 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It was produced at the Coveni Garden theater more than a half a cen tury ago, and marked- a new. epoch in stage history. Its production was the, . first which ". claimed unusual mag- nificence for its stage settings. !It was described at the ; time as belonging to "the. shabby-genteel school of < come-; dy." The critics of the time declared^ its great success due. to the then un- precedented display of upholstered fur- niture, both /on; the boards of the Co- vent Garden, London, and the Park theater, New York. It was, too, one of the first' English plays written un- der the French dramatic' rule of con | densing the incidents of every separate act into a single scene. The plot of the play, while meager, is never wanting ] in interest. It is skillfully sustained by that peculiar vivacity of tone and "smartness" of allusion which distin ; guish all of Boucicault's writings, Probably the most emphatic praise that can :be offered Is that it has been one of the most attractive comedies of its day, and has been before the public constantly for fifty years. In the hands of the Giffen & Neill player's it ought to . constitute r'-a ''.fitting climaxl to the series, of successes which the company '■■ has produced. ' " ,/y . A jft In casting the | play Mr. Neill 'has j exercised rare discretion. Miss Cros-" ! man will have the famous role of Lady j Gay/ Spanker; Sir Harcourt /Courtly. Mr. Kent; Dazzle, Mr. Neill; middies, Mr. -Morris, Mr. Spanker; Lady Gay's 7 asinine husband, Mr. Maher; . Charles Courtly, Herschel Mayall, Grace Hark- away, Kate Blancke; Pert, Anne Blancke; Max Harkaway, Mr. Dade; Cool, Mr. Perry; Simpson, Mr. Lee. .It seems to be generally "regretted that the engagement of the company'- Is to be brought to a close. The busi- ness during the past two weeks has been profitable to both Mr. Litt and Messrs. Giffen and Neill, but the pub-, lie -was 'so tardy in recognizing the high merit of the organization that ar rangements were made for its removal to Baltimore before the business here began to improve. LITT7S NEW SCHEME. High Class Attractions at the Grand Next Season." „ The change of policy at the Grand next season will, in a manner, revolu tionize the general order of - things in local theatricals. . There are, per- : haps, not more than four or five thea ters throughout the United States that have attempted the experiment of play- ing both popular price and the high- est order of attractions. In every in- stance, however, the policy has been successful, * and ; Mr. Litt, whose shrewdness has placed him in the fore- most ranks of American managers, evidently knows what he is doing, not- withstanding all that has been said upon the subject. The Grand will be opened next season by A. M. Palmer's original company in a production 'of the much talked-of "Trilby." St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago are the only cities outside of New York and San Francisco that the. original Trilby company will visit Among the great New York successes that Mr. Litt has succeeded in book- ing is Gilletfs "Too Much, Johnson." Arrangements have been consummat- ed whereby the Charles Frohman, the Daniel Frohman' and the Al Hayman attractions will all play at the Grand in their future visits to St. Paul. The fact ; that Mr. Litt has been able to secure such high-class attractions as these will enable him to select the best of the popular-priced attractions which will occupy the boards of the . Grand during the first half of the week. * Jacob Litt has received an offer tc put on his latest successful American, play, "The War. of Wealth," in Lon- don, and has sailed for England to continue negotiations in person. Mr, Litt says the American production of this play next season will be the most elaborate ever given a native drama. Made to Order, Made to Fit. Schusler's Trousers, '5. . Suits, 25. 357 Robert St - . . WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH IT? OUR TIME FOR SUMMER OUTING. The "Chateangay" at White Bear Lake Newly furnished, newly managed and delightfully located, induces families to seek for this popular resort, afford- ing all that can be desired at very reasonable rates. Twelve trains from | and to St. Paul .'daily make it pos sible for business men to combine busi- ness with pleasure. Boating, driving, fishing, lounging, as you will. Mc- Michael & Ellis, Proprietors. ' Unbeatable Summer Suitings $25. Trousers, $5. Made to fit. Made to order. 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Never before have we known the occasion when so little money IpP would give such a suit variety, and so much goodness. We have determined to make this T&t §/ A SALE WITHOUT AN EQUAL! ' 1 &L A sile of such astonishing bargains as to put it beyond the power of any house in the West to 12l compete with us. The assortment of high-grade Suits included in this sale embraces every new style jjgj |_? of cut, pattern and material known to the trade. 1 A COMPLETE CLOTHING HOUSE FOR F(EN AJ«D BOYS. | m CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. || g CLOTHING/ ||L l ;T MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED. = - - - MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. ANNOUNCEMENTS. EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL SAENGER ' fest of. the Minnesota Saengerbund, to be held at Faribault, June 7th, Bth and 9th. Friday, reception of the sing- Si er* ; • Friday & evening, ; . concert j and dance at Union 'nail ; Saturday, street procession and addresses at the park; Saturday, evening, grand concert, and banquet \at % the § Faribault B opera ] house; Sunday, /excursion to; Cannon lake; trains . every half hour. Note— ; A special train will leave "St. Paul .: Sunday morning, returning the same! evening.- ':"-:" ■*--'* *-''■■ ' *■'■'-■'■■ '-- ' NOTICE-A. j A. BUCK IS -NO LONG- ; Ser connected /with The = Travelers , r Magazine in/ any capacity, or - the i - undersigned.* E. G. Hinebaugh. , ..*;,; THE SPEAKING DIAL, ONE -' J OF . ■ the great scientific inventions of the; - nineteenth century, for sale at the; inventor' address. \P. J. Dempseyy ""' 174 -.West " Fillmore ay., St."**- Paul. Price $2 each. -' ■ - '■ a: DIED, a-\ HICKEY— In St. Paul, at the residence ' ot her brother-in-law, * Michael J.;' Hickey, 353 S Sherburne ay., fi Friday, -June 7, at 7 p. m., Mrs. Ellen Hickey ,*i i aged twenty-six years. Funeral from, y. above residence :. Sunday, June 9, at; y 3:30 p. m. Services at St. Vincent's church at 4p. m. .;■ .-.-"-'; . .-. •" DUNCAN— In St. -Paul,' Minn., June 7, 1895,' at the residence :of her daugh ■i- ter, Mrs. William Rodger, • 243 Uni ■ versity - ay. , V Marion - Duncan, aged ■■-■ eighty-five . years. - Funeral - services ■■ and interment at Wellsville, O. ';■% NAGLE-^Atlnver Grove, June 7, 1893, •at the c home **' of i his *•* father, on [ the •if* Sunfish Lake road,; Dakota county,, - Thoma/? Nagle, aged thirty-nine •'.', years.- ; Deceased had two brothers in -''■ this r city, "J. D. o* and -'-M. yT.y. Nagle. Funeral : will r. take *; place '. from '.the residence of his father, at 2:30 o'clock,, i- Sunday . afternoohs June 9, •. 1893. Ser •i, vices- at '>Mend6Ea- church. Friends y invited. . - Seattle ; and Mozzola, Mont., y papers please; copy. ■: • * '•* :~ ■- .** y '".: , GUND— Mathilda, wife of Joseph Gund, .-•; *at her- late residence, 103 West Mag- J nolia : St., Friday, June- 7;. aged; for ty-i :■';. \ seven '. years. Funeral „' from ;s above gg residence Monday, June 10, at 8:45 ia. iy m. Services '■ at St. Bernard's church y?at 9 o'clock."; Friends invited. V AMUSEMENTS. § METROPOLITAN I if®'* • ° •'• • • • • ° •'••'• • •'•© • o • • see © c o o c |j| If Another Cut ill BESIHiNS TOaiGHT. © ■^■m-*-' Another Cat f, Fourth Week of 9 _____ jS Fourth Week of the ffIDR prices! Alhambra Vaudevilles. § \W^yy^mi jtXMEmMm A: Tm-^A^AA. - ■ M m r^m. -» a genuine success. W i'MWm '-'■' mm f- ■"'•/^H '(£ -■'■ ■-■ ' stm\\ £& :■■■-' M 1 -•'- -i-- m ■ -- -- - - '•*• ' - ■ & ?lSft m ' TO" ! -'*■-■ C .--•-->■•-*-'.■ This "Week's Bill Includes the Great £%. IS _n^_ wilmots: A „7"""'*s_ '''Ammmmm] "' '''' 'm. ' '• ' THEIR : EQUAL US KNOWN. *£ 9;9 ;0 l y\ '!3 HanSey, Logan and Hanley, y £ Q J? W ]| y Alburtus and Bartram, £ A ':.'. jttW&f -r9l y= McMahon and King. £ t: * - CENTS •t5 Return of St. Paul's Favorite Comedian, A, • 'I .JOB HARBM AN $ S'^^ 8 HOWITZER AND BOWERS, % \% «4L I 1 8 BRANDON AND REGENI, % • A Ik J ■ » ED. S. PEARL. % My~y^^^:- ■'■ 8V lvmiiir COMPANY, '■'. • A CENTS. - r|.....NE\¥: SONGS, & S * a ••»>•! 11-^ ▼▼ MUSIC. g Ia - Afternaons, and • Eve;:- %:A A 4 A. r——y. - , . „ m f|§ ings No Higher, | 111 ?SI£F Big Show, Little Money. J i d®®®®®®®®l®®®®®®®®®®®®®©®® AMUSEMENTS. ** * \J| l\l°ll\L/ FAREWELL ' ~ =COOL£ST OF THE COOL.S^Sm "COOLEST OF THE COOL WEEK • COMMENCING o TONIGHT ! WEEK • GOMMENGING • TONIGHT ! GOOD BYE PERFORMANCES OF THE EXCELLENT GOOD BYE PERFORMANCES OF THE EXCELLENT FAREWELL ItIFFFN-NFII I FAREWELL FAREWELL AIFFFN-NFI FARKWKIJ. TO.THEBEST Ull I LIl nLILL TOTHOSEDE COMPANYy -\V LIGHTFULLY | COMPANY UGHTFULLY gg . GOMPfINY ! %£" gjgj COMPANY! IgJ* THREE GREAT BILLS THIS WEEK. THREE GREAT BBLLS THIS WEEK. TONIGHT AND TOMOKKOW NIGHT. -< TONIGHT AND TOMOKKOW NIGHT. C. Hoadon Chambers' Splendid Play. eHPTMN SWIFT! CAPTAIN SWIFT! TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT. Augusiin Daly'-* immensely Funny "farce. NANCY & C 0.... NANCY & C 0.... THURSDAY AND BALANCE OF WKK£. THURSDAY AND BALANCE OF WKRff. Dion BoneiCSOU'i Sparkling Com«dy, l®ni>©n VRssoRHNeE L©NO©N RSSORHNeE Tuesday, June 18--*lTlanu;*;er liinsibii i,t. '\ til(njoul«>. Tuesday, J 1121 c 18— "tlanu^LT liiiiuti- iry'K "I totituwul *i. Gillen d* Neill Company uulAir; Oihr.- .