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'THPi MOANING JOURNAL-Cni'Eir.R, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 13 OB.
1 i i AT TKE HYrEMON. I,oiv Ttookstad'cr To-n"rroi Mshl In a Now Show. Lew Dooltsmder ami his nilm:tt'es ''111 'hold away ;it the Hyperion Wed nesday matinee nnd night, December SO. A minstrel entertainment wltlvut j ftn old Joke In It .sounds nnreiiimnahlo. I but Low Pool: ft a br prrniiln"! If t'i!''; enflnn. The same character of I"'"- I Auction without, a vaudeville feature ! is another novelty and the entire ab sence of cnf.tnn fields nnrt M'ecdsalppi Vlvor, on Ions the minstrel stnnd-by feenis to border on the Impos-iHile, hut Mr. DnekHtader promises a well onn' Jiected story to start In the first part, and run all through the proprnm of novoltloa which follows. Thru he say 3 that, ho has departed fi'mii th "Id 1 1 in circles and tiers and will present A new stylo first part, fill In real min strelsy hut with new changes. Ho will present a brand new foiture art alm polf and In addition to his specialty, works all through th show, naturally having the stellar role. He Is an Arc tin explorer whose? troubles pt-ivt with the rlre. of the curtain and never end until all is peacefully adjusted at the clogs of the show . Iv Kdn,ir Al'-i'i V.Volf iit 1 1 1 :'; I'v; hr -i, !. ;- ,'. !..! 'il IT IV n-ni. !;! 1 11 i tn:ia-,l t r:' l ' n I Tiv tin., n t) id ' a i" 1 ;- r, ins v.'iin It. vi 'I . ,i'"'ils i ! '! '' ind, iv il o h r.H it. I':ir- I Fl.'l.linc. 1 11 i '''in; in, I hn ii:n Iwi'ii II. In:; In , I Iv 11 M ! li.in::.., r itilss. II a ' Ills nil n, ::it I '! II', I ll'.IIU'l 1 lie li t"!'i Hi" I'l' :i i'f it ) tin. j . 1 ni put oiil'i tlin,'. iihn'i! lii'i'. ,1'Mii'i1:. hi own iln- h" im.-s, li 1 iml y. Isliirn; ii-iiii'ii t.-. iii'.-' I'loi.-i (i? I10 - t p;i r. nr. .n"s them. '!"'" fi :" "I' "Tlv i A'n.'v pi l,i I'.i 'l li n"l It..:. I Th - dr. ; I-I-. i 11.1 i i.r M.irtl.-lr.h'.i ' irifntnl rr.bh.rv i'n"-i thi-ou'. ir.i. radlnir of a-i s -r )-. f - .1 : t ! i' pnoin tt'in.'v '. .., ;.ihn. : whit h lio has .1iit 1 p I --h - i f p u 1 - 1 cc .... -V,'lii !';::,- 'i I" i'T'.:oiil Wt-fk. AT THF, GT-l?i. I Ural Ion. Mr r. 1 ' tli "- rn ;i 1-miI ytny Tolison, In presenting May Rohson In th new Amrrlcnn comedy "The P.ojnvn t!on of Aunt Mary" hy Anne Warner et the Hyperion theater on Thiir'Niy, lipccmhpr 31, local tl'oaterciei's will iave an opportunity of se.Mnir -Xni.Ti-ca's best known charartrr artrry? and one of the most orlplnal roniedl evor offered to the American publi". I. f.. Pire, under whose manaeem, nt M'rs I'ohson Is stiirrlnsc. has pMiTi.imd.'d 'her with a strong company nod the entire production, scetiln and r.w tumes. are more el'-ihoratc In the role of "Aunt Mary" Miss noh'nn has 0. part well stilted to her, nnd "tie In which slv s jnrenml:ily funny. In dramatizing "The r;e.luvenatl"ti "f Aunt. Mary" flss AVarner has created n comedy which Is nhsolutely nrlclnal. for eac'i character tn the oiec. ?s unique, innkini,' It one of the hr otn edley pi'er seen on the at aire. Tvc New 5'ork and Chicago critics have endors ed It as one of the best, comedies on the American stage to-day. The same rsst. and production w'll.he .seen lvre s played at the Httidrrhal;er then re-, ''hlcai;o, and Garden theater, New York.' V!,"l,.l.-i S, l .v.'. "f h 11 ,,y LEW D0CKSTACO. 1 The Stolon "Poem of "The Ymnplr." "The Vampire," which l.s to ceuie t,, the -Hyperion on Friday and Saturday, January 1 and 2, with dally matinee tinder the management of the Messrs. Hhubert, la a new psychologic drama 1 4 1 is f ,xv f I ". .Vl 4! '-Jf rar 1 . a. i Comes to the Hyperion To-morrow With New Show. George McManus and Florence Rergere Who Are Now "Mr. and Mrs. Newly wed." V"'- '-.'Aia.!..HBWit,wwiiiMW.um in..iiM;.if nf ij1i,mi.,m,unM. mini in i-m.. - R pitt.iWMWM ! W,WB,,1 r.X IIIO IMI 11 y ' II MIMIMIW.IIiilM . 9 Vfi :". 9f -P' lis liPiBllilili ' ovislnated hv !eo n;e McManus of the New York World The I'liinie serlen, "The Newlyweds nnd Their Mnhv. 1'ivl enloyerl liv inMllone nf fun loln A nierlciins, litis been pnidu'dlve of a prelty little romance In real life, for Miss I'lnri'iice IleruT-re, the winsome M:ie beauty who was the orlalnal of Mrs. N'owlywed, has lieennie the hrlde ot' the arlt.-a. Tluv were mairled Iii New York rlly on hiriinber and are now on their honeymoon trip, Mr Mi'Mmiiis and his lu ide are l.otli fnmi St. t .mils. Tli. ni"t four years a so when Miss V.vrsrrf was a member rt the "fan Handle Pete" company, a st.ice pi'oduet Imi of ,,ie of Mr. McMaiins" rnmlc Serbs. Her strlklnsr l...aiil ntf:-arted the artlKt, and be got her to pnse for him. Mrs. Newly w oil was the result. The Newlyweds ami Ho Ir annizinq baby, Napoleon, are familiar flumes to ev rr lmdy who enjoys real fun. that Is now n popular as the "nldj Hoine-.te of" "The i .nit.li y Fair" and j o:i..r .Imil.ir p.-odin t Ion . It is already, a household ttor.l .neons tit. alerKe-i -s I an 1 t e;i. !V a,...'arauee Ir- a I way : j ioolt. d . i . a r 1 to with pleasure by the, ,-i,l'nii..i of ."lt'".uate drama, ( tnlncv i m i'li' hi ini:ial bow at the ilr indi ii,ira li.u. last iiinht for a ei-:'s' i rcaC' t i nt and :n cnieronsly re i . i. ..-I .y house. Quinsy Adam. . .-i ... "i- wH! i out iniie to make his bow i i V, t evenlnr, .ami three matinees when I ii.i. ded Irni'.i will undoubtedly Rt'eet j ii: .a: i .'.i.-ani-e. The play Is familiar j to y . i on.- and the pres. lit eompani j hr.' le.l by .lames Thatcher Is a inert c,vii.-nt one. Those who nave m r. -" l He piny (t aaln. while e who have n . M yet witnessed the lit'-ti -r. shon'-t make use of the i.-!t In '.. illie-i.- one of the niosl t. sli"i: and v. 'lined dr-itnns nf the I la e--. "II da;.. There I.-; ri much that Is 'ori-'inal in I he pi. iy. and alo mu.'h ithat Is .imnsinif. The varlnus scenes are true to life and Include the vlllai'.e : vocerj and the pnsmtllee nt M axon's I r,.iii. i s; llv farm yard with the pf.-.it hitsltina bee s.-ene and the PeltlnRlII i In. in.-. :ead with a realistic New PhiR iland snou storm In proRrens. I ' I';-Diet-," Mil l Hide Rollo, "Wllat is 1 meant t.v 'a Sahhath dai's Journey?'" ) "I nr.- af'ral-l. my son. that In too many je:i-r s it oiiiins n b e around the gulf i linlt." Wnt:htr.6ii Star. AT pon s. tll.v. j III" i'l"- I Int. Ti'f re -.- not a "low nitmber on the f . h lb, at. i- bill aealn this weel,, and two opcnlni; te-rforma ne, s yi ':lr-r.lay pluvial to lai.aiit' bouses, almost to Hip matter of statullni; room, Noth In? thoi" spleivlbl ,as been rl'en at Ibis th' aler this season Ihan the pro. dm Hon of "Th,- Is. lis" by Thomas !:. Shea and his able coinpam , The play Is very nrllstlciill) Riven In ovrj detail. I''aeh nicii'l" v of the cast mal-es his rntra'tiee nlth n fresh fall of stlnw penemusly bestowed upon his outside clolhltiR, which Is shaken about the room without the slightest care. The llvlnc room' In the burgo master's home Is cosy nnd attractive, nnd his friends enjoy n cordial liosnl tallty. Mr. Shea has then "The Pells" a new Interpretation mostly, and It Is a well-acted, well-spoken nnd well-se) number, this heiidlliier. The IlKhtlng effects are most fascinating even In their gruesntiictiess, Wonderfully good, too, are the four people who make up the "Harry first and t'oinpany" number In th" plavlet. "The Marriage Fee." The original lit tle sketch was one of the bci't things on the bill. The l.nln Hecson Trio. In "A Night In PA Passo," have a senile prod net Inn eipilpped with electric elfccls, and the ward rube Is a very handsome one. This act abounds with remarkable dancing I features. The Pi-others Phllllppl are the noro- I'lts, nnd they have nn unusually spii ! satlonnl net, .llmmle Lucas, "the boy tilth dia ! lects." who Is splendidly entertaining and popular, and Smith and Camp bell, In some new Jolcs and ragtlmp talk, .are the funny bits. They Kept 'the audience etr"mey good-natured during their stay on the hoards. For all who enjoy the performances of animals on the stage, the children particularly, I'elrolf's circus Is the best thlniT of the kind seen here. To See a pig doing stage noting, and doing It well, too. Is as funny ns a down; and how about n cat nnd a white mouse llilng peacefully In the same basket, and that not a large one. The last thing the little doggies do is lo play "The , nut I Jose of Summer" with hells on They neier strike n false note, i liber. As usual th'clectrogrnph closes the entertainment. The week of New Year's promises to be a very busy on", so it wouldn't be a bad Idea be spro of the seat yon want for the day you want it by scntring It In advance. There are at present on duty In the ni:i In I liot-oiiKlifares of Purls Iwenty one policemen who speak Kiigllsh, nine who speak Herman and six who speak Spanish, and their nsefnliiess has been clearly shown. HYPERION1 THEATER. Mn,tAY and TI'F.SiiAY, HFC SS. 2D. First P rforiuiiiu'p mi Any StiftP, Messrs. Conistoek a- Rest Annoitnen a New Play by Marion Falrfny. follttiled on WINSTON cm IHTIII.I. S IjA ST NOVEL mi:, i iti'irtU's i'itni:a, Willi n Capable Metropolitan Cast and An I'liilliely New Production. HYPERION THEATER"" VYFPNF.SIUY, TWEMRF.R 81. M i IVIIK AMI MIIIIT, M .IoImmi, M il, OTIIIIKV, Hec.r V. Pronser. I'alille llnler, Muster Ke-'gnn, Will Oiiklaml, Pete Untel, llnrliert II IIniiii, Ullliiini II. 'I'linuifiNon. i,i:v ikk Ksr.vnicn And Ills !eii-ni) Itonl Mlniron, Anotlier II-Nev Mum Hml psn.Oflrt PriMliifHoii, I'rieps: Mat,, to St, Eve,, ;Be, to SI. firt, Sent snln Monday. Carriages Hi: 4.".. HYPERION THEATER THURSDAY. PRCEMB PiR 81. , 1,, S. Sire Presents The Funniest Woman mi Ihe Slajfa, tv HonsftN. In Ihe Cnnieily "I Sunshine and l.iughs. "'I'lie HeiM,.nii(lon nt Aunt il'irj," By Anne Warner, Management, reiiiepls midleiien to he In their senu nl S, CurlHln rises. Prices: ;r,c In $t.r.rt. Seat salo Tnesilay. Carriages lft;4,1. HYPERION T H fiATER." TAN, -am A love. 1, 3. , Offr FniDAY and SATITIPA V. Miilliiee llnlly. P. nnd l.ee Shnborl (Inc.) "'I'ttl', AMPIIIK." three-net rlraina of s holism snd Introfluclnn- ,Jnlui M. Krllcrd, and a, .lb I Ingiilsheil cninpaiiy nf players. Prices: Mat. 'Jiie. o SI: eve, 25e. In Sl.fi". Seat sale Wedneslny. Cnrrlagen U1:I5. GRAN D OP ERA HO USeT 41.1, M1W W, tt'S tVRRK. i!!E REAL DHSFIA OF LIFE 'Mie riT ihn Is niovrrnt. M.itii. Weil., Tlinr,, I rl., SiM. Tel. POU'3 NEW THEATER m: imirs wkkk mt.i, ONF, W'FKK nl'" IM-ICKMRFIt Msnager pnll rrrsenia MR. THOMAS E. SHEA CO. In Heni-v Irvlng's Great Play, "THE BELLS" SMITH ft CAM rnELL. 1,1 F,F BKKPON TRIO. HAIHIY I' HIST CO., In "The Marriage Fee." PI"ntM'T'" cincpa. JIMMY I.FCFS. prUl.ldPPI BtJfiS. MI.IK TROfjn ru Holiday senle of prices nt New Tear'i mat Inee. QUINGY SAWYER Till RI CAPITOL CRAFT TRIAL. rrarrlsbure, Pa., Dec. 2R. .ludR Kunkel In the Dauphin county rourt, to-day, lixed April 5 as the date upon which Ihe third of the series of trials growing out of the scandal Rurronnd iug the contracts for the capitol fur nlshlnRS will he started. The ease to be tried Is one which charges con spiracy to defraud the state out of J 25.577 In a hill for $fil.ftl8 for desks. zlA' New lMlilMclf 1 COl O JLV V C 3 Friends and the Public are Invited to our 3F FORMAT 0 to Eat and Drink to the Health of 1 If' A i TIN J. GRAY 401 STATE STMEET. i i l ! 40 1 State Street, Opp. Journal-Courier. Uiik To Be Said. Much to Do. That sizes up the situation for about every man when he starts in business. Of course Thursday evening I will probably have a good deal to say-tell you of dreams with golden fringe and lofty flights of fancy that I have pictured for the LIBERTY CAFE in the future. But that will be all right for Thursday night, as a social event and I look forward to it with pleasure. My long connection with Mr. T. H. Sullivan of the Oneco has thrown me in with hundreds of men, many of whom I count among my friends. It is not that I think less of Mr. Sullivan but more of Mr. Gray; We all have to make a start for ourselves sometime and its then that friends count if only to give a few words of encouragement and to wish a man success. That's the reason I want to see all the boys NEW YEAR'S EVE. Yours I hope for all time, MARTIN J. GRAY. All Cordlallj lnYited.