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THE OMAHA DAII/T BJ3E5-&UNDAY , OCTOBER 21. 1804.
LYNCHING AT HADISOS Amilant of a Norfolk Child Escapes & Mob , SHERIFF IOSEY EX RCSZD GREAT CARE Jletiiornl III * I'rlnonnr from th' Scone of DUttirtmnce it Kosnlt uf llirrM * fit Violence Mnde the Accutoil. MAtJIRON , Neb. , Oct. 20 ( Special Tole- Krntn. ) There Tni nn 1) netting here , as . ( Oiiio expected. There was nothing but a hcaro , rezulUtiR from lodging a tramp Hi the county jail who had attempted la as- n.iuU a. C-ycar-old girl nt Norfolk. The girl wa * unharmed , but threat ! canted Sheriff ta bring him here. I.lbrury Ilii ) lit Mlllnnl. MILr.AIlD , Neb. . Oct. 20 ( Special ) - Vee- t rilay afternoon the public school children of Mlllnrd observed Library dny The beau tiful public icliool library was highly dec- or.iltd , especially the High school room. w here the literary exorcises were held. The xtun and stripes floated from the top of the building , while the German. Spanish ami American Haps decorated the tnlcrlnr of the ItlUldlnt ; At an early hour In the afternoon the citizens of the vllliRi * and vicinity mine from all direction- ! listen to the lllprary oxerclsi-a furnished bj the pupils of the school , This exercises Logan uitlt a K > IIK. "Columbus , 1)ay " by the entire s > chool. Next an essay liy Mist Hesslo Hnlleiibeck. Thec satst ! xue an historical description of the life of Oolumlmi. from liln birth to his death Miss Alice Link , the primary teacher , had her jiuplls well drilled , go that their recitations .and SOURS were greatlj enjoyed by the audl- ente The pupils of th Intermediate grade ja\e evidence of a thorough drilling Ml" Tlllle 1'eters" pupils gne a "Doll Urill" \vlilctl was good In e\ery particular. The quartet , composed of Miss Stena Nelson. Net tle Kclsey , John I'etprs and Hobble Craw ford. sung "Far Away the Camp Plrei Hum ' It was enjoyed by all present. "America. " closed the exercises The principal of the school I" O. Olonn , rerelvcd the free will Klfw of money from thow present for the purpnae of Increasing the Mlll.ird public Mliuol library A snug sum of moiie > was recclviKl liiry'Her < llit Ullrntliincnl. VALLHY. Neb. . Oct 20. ( Special. ) Th body of I.i-o Concannoii. the man who blow out the gas iit the Drexel hotel In Omalm Thursday night , wai bioughl to this plico Lint night and taken to the lute home oT the ilci-casdl four miles north of the city Coti- < i-inon IUB been a res dent of this end ot Ito.iRl-i ! ) county for more than thirty-live j ar . w s well liked and leaves an estimable \ 'fo ' uiul daughter. No one here believes that ho committed suicide The funeral will take place tomorrow nt the residence , after which Ihn remains will be laid to rest In tin- [ ilk City cemetery. < I'll ir I ! ip'iU' Pr < i | iMi. < 1 Wiilnr M' rk . f'itAH : 11APIDS. Neb. Oct. 20. ( Speol.il ) Wnrk on the water works system began Thursday. The wells are completed and ready for the sand po'nla The new water wheel for pumping purposes has arrived and will IK ) put In position HI soon as repairs mi the Ilium- are completed It Is expected thu entire system will be completed Inside of ttilrty days Itiul it NerliiiiH Tlmo nf It While In Chicago , Mr Charlei L Kahler. a prominent shoe merchant of Res Molnes. Iowa had quite a serious time of It He took fcurli i scvcro cold that ho could hardly talker or navigate , but the prompt use ot Chamber- Kiln's Cough Remedy cured him of his cold co ( pi ckly that others at the hotel who hitil liil colds followed his example , and half a doyen persons , ordered II from the nearmt drug store. They -were profuse In their thanks to Mr. Kahler for telling them lion to Hirea bad cold BO quickly. For sale lij ditisglsts. MIC vo/uc ovi'H'Rii Light -I'nllceinoii Tn.on ! Into Custody mi ( Imrgo * of Kttnrtlnn. XI3W YOU 1C. Oct. 2i ) I'pon bench war rants Issued last night the following < police olllcera were arrested todas i i'uiitdtn Doherty nnd Ills two ward de- tcotlven. Hook and Jleehnn ; ex-Sergeants l.thera. I'jrkerson , Jorden , Clark and Me- JC nni The warrants were Issued on cliugea brought out h'fore the I exow < um- inittuc and substantiated at the defend ants' tilal before the p illca board , on whltli < n.ftisloi > they1vrtre illmntswd. The iil- lcK l "flenses conslut chlolly of extortion. The accused , except * x-Sorgennt l.lbeis. vh ( had not been round , were nrr. lgned be fore Judge Cowing In the court ot geneial pensions Colonel Tcllows , for HIP people , announce' ' * tint the chur es againm the ilefenilntits cunstltutcd felonies. Judge < "owlnjj llxwl ex-rnptnln Doheit > M lull at Jlfl.lXW , nnd the bondH nf the other lU'tVudanH at | 5.KM ( eiioh Dohertj'a ball VIH afterwards reiluopd to I7.5W. w\ll the IndictmentH wtrc based upon p\l- lonce furnished by Augusta Thurow Tlio ward rntm were liidlcteil for offenng hi'r "protection" and the sergeantK for aerept- InRT her ball In tin- ruses of the gills from Wrs Thurow's establishment who wet < > til rested. Mrs S. A. Kell of Pomona. Cal. . had the bail luck to sprain her ntikle "I tried se\- cral Ilntmenta , " she says , "but was not cured until I used Chamberlain s I'aln Halm. That remedy rured mp and 1 take pleasure In re commending It nnd te tlf > lng to Us efficacy " T.hls medlclna Is also ot great \alue for rheu matism , lime back , pains In the chest , pleu risy and all deep-scaled and muscular pains. For sale by druggists Viitoriiiu of tlio l t \\t\r llciiienibcred liy tint liiMiiiral OovornniKiit. WASHINGTON. Oct 20 - ( SpecialIVn - Blons nronteil. Issue ot October 9 , were. Ne- lir.isUa. OrlKlnal Albert W. Jake , Wutei- loo. DouKlon , Franklin llarv-ey , I.elKli , Cnl- fax. Additional Ancr S Arnold , Hastings. Ad. mis. Iowa. OrlBltml Maitln Klincrnnn , High land , Clayton ; Charles II. Stennelt , Sten- nett , MontBomety : On' eusV. . Wilson , Ne vada , Story. Increase August G. Ittirh- ivatd , Marion , Unn ; Lewis Corsen , Keo- Bauquu , Van Uuren ; George II. Stone. Mulon , I.lim ; John C McClurkln , Mornlns Sun , 1-oulsa. Helssuo Jooph II Smjlle ) , County Unc. Jcrferson , James 13 MrAllster , Dcvlngtmi. Mudlson OiiKlnal widows , eti Itchecca. Hlte , Ullman , Maishall , minors of John C Gray , Independence , Uuchnnan He- Issue Martini J Stark. Hopevllle Clark Montana : Increase Ju epli Hurt , tied Ijodge. Park. North Dakota. Original William O. Knnpp Dlckerson , Stark Increise Krasttia U. 1'orter. deceased , Orufteon. Walsh UrlK- Inal widows , etc. Nellie Galvln , Wlnomi , IJiiHiiuiis. Colorudn Additional Edward Kali > , l > onvcr , Arapalioe Oilclnal widows , etc Muria M. Martin , Spils. l ia Anlnias. More Muritr Itolliiwrle * Sbuttlnc toun. I'lllLAniiM'IUA. Oc-t 20 The Pranklltt Biigar refinery , which Is uperated by Hie Sugar tniBt , nnd vvhlih ha a been running half time for three or four weeks , turning out only soft axurar. xhut down today for nu Indellnlte period. Tv\el\e hundrctl men are thrown out of employment. Tlie Sprockets rvfinery. the other member of the tnisl In this cits , has boon closed for two \ve ! kt. The MrPaltan Sugar Jte- llnlng oompin ) . which claims to be Inde pendent ot thu trustt , la runulnt ; only on one- third time. dmrRCil vrlth llruvy TKRHK HAirTK. tnd Oct. SOThe police today BrrratMl lknscliRl It Smith of Demlng. N. M . president of the nemlns" I nd nnd Water company , on n telegram from Chi- CttKO. for obtalnlnR Ji.r > V ) Irom Nathaniel C. Foster of Kalrchlid.Vls under false pre tenses. Ir H C Klower of llnwton was nr- rcJiteil on 11 xlmllar charge last night. Doth sar they will return to Chicago without a lletit. uetectlves from Chicago are here to take the men Uack. l > nu'l Know IVlmt to llo with Him , CINCINNATI. Oct M. The authorities today concede that the pal * of Mortcanlleld , who [ held us ont of the Aijula train rob ben , hftve escaped. The authorities < lo not know what to dovtlh Morgantleld T u ET > they lelccruphel thu Washington < i whu replied that they would f"r MorjrariflfM Immedlat'l } N > pno lias come and no orders have b en r Morganntld le more retluuu than ever. .ri.u/j3 jt.vmo.vr rnuvuK un.iu , r.imnns llUtorlan Sncrtimb * In i 1 > ( > B III * urn nt n Itlpn Old > \cc , LONDON. Oct. SO. James Anthony FrouJe , the hhtorUn , died at C.39 this morning. lie had be n HI for ereril months , but * A thought to hate been re covering James Anthony rrotule youngest son or the late Venerable It. H. Fronde , nrchn > acon of Totn - , born wt Darlington , Dovonililre , April in , 1S1X. and educated at Westminster and at Oriel college , Oxford , where he graduated In IS 10 , taking A second clam In classics , nnd he proceeded M A In dtw course. In 1812 he currlsd. otl the clmncfllor's prize for an EIIE- IIMi way on the "Intliionre of the Science i > f Pol I tlm ] Kconomy on the- Moral and Social Welfare of the Nation " nnd In the same vear lit b eamo n fellow of Ktotcr college He w s iirdnhipd a dpacon In the Church of I'ngl.ind In 1844 For nome rime ho wan connected with the High Church party under Hev. J II. NciMM.in. and wrnto the "Lives of the KngllHh Saints. " Under the pseudonym of " 7ta' ho published. In 18i7 , a volume en titled "Shadows ot the Clouds , " which com prised two Merles the "Spirit's TrUli. " and the "Lientrnnnt's Daughter " Ills "Nemesis of Faith' appeared In ISIS , and reached a nerom ! edition In the following year. It marked hla defection from the teaching of the Church of England , against whose re er- iMict- for what he called the "Hebrew M > th- elegy ' It is. Inter alia , a protest Iloth these works wcrp severely condemned by the nl- vtrslty authorities About this tlmo Mr Kroutie resigned his fellowship , and he was illgwl to give up an appointment which he ad renewed to a teichershlp In Tasmania or two or three years he wrote almost con- antlj for the Westminster llevlew One of U article.nn the Hook of Job has been re- rlnted In n separate form In 1850 he published the first two > ohnnes ' his ' History of Kngland from the Fall of 'olsej to the Defeat ot the Spanish Armadi , " hlrh has bei n continued from time to time oluines 11 anil 12 having been published In 870. concluding the work. The materials for ils history are mainly derived from the pub- c documents of the time , and the boldness ml orlglnstllly of the author's views Ime tinned much attention. One ot the most larked features of the work Is an elaborate tlempt to vindicate the reputation of Henry "III. Ills "Short Studies on Great Subjects" ppeared In 1SU7 , being reprints of essays hloh had appeared In various periodicals Mr. Fronde was Installed rector of the nher8lt > of St Andrew's , March 23. 1869 n which occasion the degree ot LL I ) was inferred upon him Tor a short time he as editor of Praser s Magazine , but he re gncd thai position in August 1S71 On Sep pmbiT 21 , 1872 , taking advantage of the lerlral disabilities act he executed 11 deed f rellnqiilahnlent of the office of deacon In the autumn of 1872 Mr Froude visited he United States and delivered a series f lectures on the relations between England nd Ireland The burden of his addresses . .is that Irishmen had themselves , to a large \tent caused their country's prostration bj heir own Intestine Jealousies and want of itrlotlsm. An animated controversy ensued etwecn him and Father Thomas Hurke the tnintnlcan orator His sympathies In late ears liave been very firmly allied with the Iberal unionist party and his attacks on IP Gladstone have been accompanied almost ilth extreme bitterness. At the close of the year 1874 Mr Troude i-as sent by the carl of Carnarvon , secretary if stale for the colonies , to tlio Cape of Good lope to make Inquiries respecting the late Cafflr Insuireotlon , and he returned to Lon- on In March. 1S75 Ills later works are the niigllsh in Ireland In the Klghteenth Ccn- ury. " three volumes. 1871-7-4 , "Caesar a Sketch , " 1879 , and "Reminiscences of the Ilgh Church Revival. " a series of papers In Good Words (1881) ( ) . Having been appointed xecutor to Thomas Carlyle , he published his Kenilnlscenses , " two volumes. 1881 , and the rst part of his biography , "Thomas Carlyle \ History of The First Forty Years of His .lie. " 1SS2 , "Hemlnlscences ot Uls Irish tourney It ) 1819. " London , 18S2 , and "Oceana" IXSB ) , aa account of a voyage to Australia ind eleswhere In 1888 he- published the English in the AVest Indies ; " In 3889 the 'Two Chiefs of Dtinboy. " an Irish romance f the last century , and In 1S90 a valuable 'Life of Lord BMconsfleld. His "Dl\orce Catherine ot Aragon. " his latest Important contribution to the world ot literature , came ul in 1891. AMTO : a74.i TO jutuirx Mil Ship Sent to Mil Wlllicmt Provisions Hoping U 1MU Ho UYcoKpil. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20.-Tho bark Adalgulsa , from Calloa for Humboldt , put nto this port In a disabled condition She uas launched In ISM , and since that date int a cent has been spent for repairs. Mate tllchard Hoberts sajs the bark'H owners , Huclu'li i ? Ixiera , deliberately planned to wreck the hlp. which was heavily In sured , nnd to drown the crew He says the sailors wete all shipped under HctltlouH name * , so that they could never be traced ! The ship was provided with dummy pro- vlHlons and water for only thirty du > a The bark sailed from Calloa on July 29 and If rain had not supplied water the i row must have perished with thirst. A big box labelled provisions , when opened < ontalned nothing but setups of Iron , shav ings and oil cans. Kveiy man In the crev , IH of u different nationality. When they united In pott they were fearfully emucl.itcil with lumgiT. The mate sa > s the only sound , thingnbout the bark Is the ships boat , on which the owners planned that the captain and mate could escape The Peruvian consul will not allow the Adiilgulsa to leave port. She Is totally unseanorthy and will lie sold to pay tlio CI L'W . M'nrrlnl 111niwlf to Uontli POIITLANI ) Oct. 29. Frank Dekkum , pro prietor of the Portland Savings bank , died at midnight ot Ilright's disease Mr. Dek kum had been In poor health for several months , and one wet-k ago he took to his bed. The recent financial troubles which his bnik passed through are thought to have hasteud his death Although his bank waa solvent and reopened In a few months uftor closing Its doors In July. 1833 , the con stant worry told heavily on his health Mr. Dekkum was about 65 years of age and came to Portland in 1852 , where ho has been In business ever since He leaves property valued at over $1,000000 Oregon Kidney Tea cures all kidney trou bles Trial size. 25 cents. All druggists. roin.ii S Muntcm Stntanifliit Not I truly. NU\V YOUR. Oct. 2fl Newman U. Krb p receiver of Collln & Stanton , says that the statements of nssets nnd liabilities of the concern will not be completed today , as was expected Thry wl 1 net he filed with the c jurt or published until Monday week , as Mr Krb will not return from the Atchlson meeting until that date. In the meantime he will give creditors access to the reports as fast ' as the > have been completed. I ton In Collliln In n I'og , NHvV YOItlC , Oot M-In the dense fog that hung over the river nnd Imibor today tlio tug l > oat V. A. Btargham wax sunk off the battery In a collision with the Jersey Central Hallway compiny's ferry l > at Munch Chunk. One man waa drowned. The Mauch Chunk tinned out another ot tlie crew , unit a third was saved' by a passing tug boat. I.xprx'ft Trull ] , Iumpi tlm Track. WIIKIU.INC. , W Vn Oct 20 The Balti more & Ohio oisstbound fast express jumped the track at Wlllnrd tunnel early this morn ing , wrecking the engine and derailing five earn liniilneer rmntnlngs and Fireman Ovvlngs were seriously Injured. The pasaen- geia escaped with slight bruises. llrowiin'n I'ar.nln 1Vn a ilntn. NEW YORK. Oot 20-A so-called Coxey army parade , consisting of about eight raggeU men In a wagon , went through Wall street today. The wagon was preceded by the leader , "Carl Hrowne" Itrowne was ar rested by a central otllce detective am : taken to police headquarters. Htm Down uy n Train. INDIANAPOLIS Oct. SO-Train No. 17 , or tbe St , Ixjuls division of the nig Four , leav ing this city at 11 CO a , m today , ran Ink . liuggy at the liockport rotul crossing ai Mount Jackson , on the edge of this cltj and killed Mrs Charles Wlmmer and hei boy. Louis , ayed U. Oregon KIJiu-y Tea cures nervous head acht > , Trial ili , 25 cents. All drugs''ts. ' MUSIC HALL WAR GETS WARM London Dniljr Telegraph Devotes a Whole Page to Its Discussion. Pr.OLUCTDNS OP "PATfiL"ARE ! EPIDEMIC Mr . UuiKtr.Mlt llrliif ; nil Adaptation of It to Arunrlrn-'Odcttn" Scorm n Tint failure New tlernmii Opera * In London. I ' < Cuiilg1ilcil | Hi | Jj > - the Associated Prew ) LONDON' . Oct. 20. The past week has been principally marked by the furious debatean the question of the Umpire theater's license and the strong criticism ot that place of amusement by Mrs. Ormlston Chant ot the Vigilance association. In this connection the Dally Telegraph , under the heading of "Prudes on the Prowl , " has given up a page of Its space dally re cently for letters lor and against granting the Umpire's license and to Interviews upon the same subject with every class of society from every point of view. Brokers , baller inas minister * , demlniondalncs. politicians , flaneurs , etc , have taken advantage ot this opportunity to defend or attack the Empire Sidney Grundy. for Instance , writes. "All the Impurlsts can do is to make others un comfortable and themselves ridiculous. The dllllculty between the sexes will only be solved by their creator. The animal unlverie hinges upon Instinct which , perverted from It8 natural course , produces either a profli gate ot a pur I tun The prolllgatcs had been reformed aa far as jiosslble ; but the- puritan would exterminate them. The profligate In jures himself chietly , the puritan makes the world unhapi ) ) . " As one of the results ot all this discus sion an Amusement Protective society Is being formed and action will be taken at the polls In April. It Is generally believed that the London council w 111 upset the action ot Its licensing committee In refusing to grant Mr. George Edwards the permission necessary for him to allow the sale of drinks in the auditorium. London , In addition to the Umpire discus sion , it threatened with an epidemic ot "Pa- trie , " Sardou's famous play , which , after having lain fallow in managerial libraries , has suddenly been brought to the front , probably owing to the fact that In spite of the Uerno convention and Its adoption by England tire drama has become anybody's property. "PATUIE" COMING TO AMERICA. London productions of "Patrlo" will , it Is understood , bo followed by similar produc tions In the United States. Mrs. Umgtry takes a version ot the play with her on her trip to America The piece , which deals with the Spanish occupation of Flanders , haa an unique peculiarity of construction ; a grand procession which takes halt an hour to cross the stage , and Is stopped at intervals by episodes which carry on the story. As a coaUimo spectacle it possesses unlimited op portunltlea for a liberal manager. It Is this feature , doubtless , which attracted London amusement caterers ! . Sir Augustus Harris had Intended to pro duce Clement Scott's version ot "Patrie" at Drury Lane theater in the spring , but he has reconsidered his Intention and has sold hi ; rights , as acquired from Sardou , to Ilcer- bohm Tiee. All possible legal dllflcultles being thus avoided , Mr. Tree wilt probably produce Mr Parker's version , at the Hay- market theater In November , In which case it will be seen In New York during Mr Tree's engagement , early in 1895 , that is , I ] American managers do not in the meantime widely produce "Patrie. " The ploy Is a strong ono and should pay well The success ot 'Cinderella" at the Ly ceum theater last winter haa not been lost on the energetic manager of Drury Lane- "Whlttlngton and Ills Cat , " this winter's pantomime , at the same place , is to be a ' very pretty and poetic pantomime , " accord ing to the preliminary announcements , "will plenty ot lun and fancy " The style of ram pant pantomime In which tremendous pro cessions , gorgeously costumed , alternated with Intervals of 'knock-about" music hal songs and antics , is furnished at the Lane Something more artlstlo , more poetic , is to take Its place No one can doubt but that H will eiiual thu reputation of the Lane's manager , who goes to the United States again , later on , under an anangement wltl Henry Abbey , in order to personally produce "Whlttlngton , " for which. In London , by thi by , seats are already being booked. Manager Edwards writes the Assoclatec press that all things to the contrary , H. J W. Adams "The Shop Girl" will ha\o its premiere at the Gaiety on Saturday. Novem ber 10 Sir Augustus Harris will go to New York in February with his "Derby Winner" com pany In order to sec the latest Druiy Lan success successfully launched In that city. A telegram from Natal brings news tha Margaret Maclntyre has entirely recovere < from her attack of t > phoid fe\er. Miss Mac Intyre will leave at once for London I begin her autumn engagements In concert. MHS. ANNA IIUPPRHT'S PAILUllH Mrs. Anna ' Uuppert's Ill-starred venture a the Princess Is closed It has altogethe been a singular Intrusion from the world o cosmetics Into that of histrionics. And per haps , the most singular complaint made li the Hood of London criticism was that Mrs Uuppert "was deficient In make-up. " That Clement Scott's version of "Odette' ' should h.wo been used is a detail , thougl the royalties were paid lo Sydney liancrof and L. Mayer , who own the Kngltsh rights As a compliment to Scott , Mrs. lluppert tool an entire page 'n ' the Dally Telegraph , o which paper ho Is dramatic critic , and adver tised the piece. It U claimed , precisely as If it was "a pot of grease. " Then Scott re hearsed the company , worked very hard at It. sent his own understudy to write the no tice , and the said understudy damned "Odette" out of hand Gossip says Mrs. llup pert expected different treatment from the Dally Telegraph , and she was proportionately sere at the result. May , 1S G , is to see contrasted with the latest fancies ot Harris , Edwardes , Irving. Tree and company , the trilogy of Aeschy lus , the father of tha Greek drama , consist ing of the "Agamemnon , " the "Cholphorl , " and the "Eumnides " Prof. Vllllercs Stan ford , who composed the music for "Bum- nldes" when It was performed at Cambridge , has undertaken to write the muslo required for the first and second plays and to conduct the whole trilogy. A guaranty fund of $75,000 $ U being raised In order to carry out the work with archaeological accuracy. The moving spirit In this production Is Viscoun tess Mildstone The proceeds will go to the British school at Athens. Tonight the Court and A\enue theaters open and the Olympla theater closes. At the Court "A Gay Widow , " Marnaud's adaptation of "Helle Man , " which , owing to the break down of Ilrandon Thomas' health , has been postponed until Charles I law trey was ready for the part , will be produced Mr Thomas la going to take a sea. voyage- for the benefit of his health. At the Avenue theater , after repeated postponements , will be produced the "Lady Slavey , " with May Yohe In the leadIng - Ing role. In connection with Mrs. Anna Ruppert It Is reported this morning- that she- will con- tlnuo on the stage , in spite ot adverse criti cism , and that on Monday , she will accept a small part In "Robbery Under Arms , " Alfred Dam pier's adaptation of Ilolderwood's book rTho last Rlchter concert will take place this afternoon The two previous concerts have been the successes of the season. DavUl Ulspham was warmly welcomed , and the programs were particularly well arranged , Edward Compton , BUpported by his own company. gwe a morning performance of "Married by Proxy" at Toolo's theater on Thursday last A Herman musical agent Is organizing company to give a series of Herman opera In London. It Is not Intended to produc any ot Wagner's works , but operas not a ready loen here , such as Ilumperdlck "Hansel and Gretel" and Smetan's "Soli t ) 1 i I < > t n u > < Cot : ith and Douglas S/s. in TV ' ' f\-rv 4-rfr-M At 50c on tlie Dollar The entire It S . 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IN Something About The rii atrlt l Attrac tion ! for tlio Cnmlnj ; Week The success of a , frce come4y la encom passed In the humor ndthe story , the merit of the people and tlia novel specialties - hloh are Introduced aa prbiusoly us possible. "The Hustler , " the farce- comedy which Thomas H. Davis and WllllauuOV Kvogh present this season for the ilflh > ear. and which opens a three nights' encasement at the lloyd this ( Sunday ) evening , has always possessed every element which would commend it to public apprcnal This wason It Is stronger than e\er. The story | I B been rewritten and many not el Ideas have liven woven Into tha plot , which will tend to make the pleco moro fascinating than ever. A stroiiK feature ot "Tho Hustler" has always been its special ties , -which have been Ineieused In number and novelty this year The company la larger nnd stronger than e\cr Muny of the members are numbered among tha highest talarled comedians and \audevlllo artists In the profession The part nf Con McFddden , the Irrepressible hustler , wlm touches oveiythlng and everybody from the om&o boy to the capitalist , will l > e played by J. 1 Tterney. the famous coinedUn , whom cleverness In this character Is the subject of most favorable comment The other princi pals In the company are U J Hcffernart , James P. Smith Jame-s F Cook Harry Wat son , James Bradley Tlionura H Humphries , F-neil Wilson. M C Ki-ynolda Allci > Hutcli- Ins , Irene Hernandez , Mam In Mayo , Julia Taylor nnd May V. Warren. Conroy and Fox will begin a four days' engagement at the rifu-entli Street theater this afternoon , with thplr MK musical com edy success entitled "Hot Tamales " Thcso quaint comedians have made an onvlnus rep utation as specialty performers , and their success In comedy lias even been greater They don't seem lo tire or uorry the auill- enco , but amuse continually and leave It longIng - Ing for moro of their merriment Tl\ey \ have surrounded themselves with a splendid com pany , and a current of wit. humor , mirth and muslo continues from the rise In the fall of the curtain J > w If any of the songs rendered have been heard here this season , while the dancing Isno Hula feature Among those most prominent In the cast will be found Miss Joslo La J'otintalne. a very pleasing little lady who sang the principal loubrette roles with the Staals Opera compan ) In Vlemu last win ter The Allen sisters arf a recent Im portation from London These two } oung iadlea are wonderful wing and buck dancers. Miss St George Hussey as an Irish charac ter singer has no equal , her brogue being most natural Others ar Harry Fairbanks , a. splendid tenor , C1 1 * I orralne basso ; Thoniaj Watson , that sliorl llttlo lilt of a man who liu been llarngan chief dancing comedian for o long , und Arlle Ixttham , the ex-ball player , late of the Cincinnati team As a singing and damlng comedian , Arllc la a big kiirprlso "A Tallow Candle" waa written by II Wal ter Van Dyho of New York to amuse the public , and he certainly carried out his de sign Of all thu mlrth-provuklng , musical comedies before tlie public , "A Tallow Can dle" stands foremost , unique and Riipreme ait a laughing succexa The humorous eccen tricities of tlie characters , the- unlimited fun In the several scene * , UK- droll humor of the story and the \ery whirlwind of poetry that pervade the entire performance from end to end , make "A Tallow Candle" the most laughable of the latter day productions It U t bundle ot laughs strung on a string of fun. The American public has roared to iw happy hits until Urn drama has become as popular to the theatergoers as the- stand ard creations of regular drama. U now comes to the Fifteenth Street theater for three nights and Saturday matliu-i- , com mencing Thursday Ocober 25 , with Its futi freshened and brightened , sparkling with en trancing music from the latest New York success. Wednesday and Thursday evenings Iloyd's theater will offer Its patrons for the Am tlmo Mr. 1'rank L. Hlxby's great scenic , mechanical and electrical production , "Shaft No 2 , " .as ( he attraction This organization has toured the country from New York to Minneapolis , playing in all the Urger cities , and haa met with a most ( Uttering reception from both the prea aud public. All the special scenery for this attraction Is carried by thu company , and Is thu most com plete and realistic over presented on any stage. The drama Is full of weird scenes , startling electrical Illuminations and Illusions and has a good utory and excellent plot. During the action of the play a realistic storm scene Is exhibited , with all Id mis of lightning from the far a way kind that her alds trouble to u fttralght bolt that Kills the villain The bottom of a Him ft of a I'enn- .sylvunU coal mine , with all the necessary nuithtnery for the working of thi > name , und an untimely explosion are realistically pre sented , whllo among the other features are a railroad ncene , a dungeon , and an exact re production of the electrocution room ot the Nuw York prison at Sing Hln . The drama haa a good story , excellent plot , and Is pre sented by a Unit-clans company , headed by the well known actor , ilr Frank Losce , while In the cast are lo be found Miss Jessie West. Miss Marian Klmore. Mr J K Mc Donald , Mrs. W. O. Jonei , Miss LeIU. 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