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DRAMATIC AND SOCIAL EVENTS UAUX OAWTAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, PRECOX, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1903. ISEMENTS; fcdOpcni House, s-iw oi-"Coniing , Marca -- , J, flu 27-" Burgo- .ii.. Tflnk- T.r L evening frf, JIWJ""" r v!- nrf Illustrated (2 afternoon and evening l8tS4y ana ""-' jto Klckelodlon. f pictures ana iiiusna- fefBOOM aftOeveuii. LOW IN' tiik FIJI DANCE .. miiH. unwnrd project- . - .-1lleTi hot W0M1 It II k . uK r-i ii juii -"- w w -- r.,.-.ui. fluffy golden hair M 4VW'""F liiotu a head tftnt seems 10 Pi a thousand revolutions red to as a contortionist. She Is a talented actress, a gifted vocalist and an exceedingly graceful dancer. It -was for these qualifications that alio was employed to play the part of "Bosslo" tho girl with the white horse In "Coming Thro' the Rye" which comes to tho Grand opera house tonight. Her "FIJI" specialty, In which she Is assisted by eight handsomely costumed girls, Is one of the many new featuros which have been added to tho delightful musical comedy. DIG r W,u'.Vou th Tnllor," In Thro' the Hit'." 6 a quick, backward ll tie head whuh meots tho !" C( a i Ibne half wav. Ikttta'b In a resoundlnc Nitiay foot upon the stage. ""Woof the FIJI" dance Watart by Habelio Lowo H Thro the no." nn.i if U polat that i he audience " torr-nt of doalen- Mlit Uei aiianlnl. k"l as an ttir.iilltii' intrt. 'WD lfhorft Btl.l onntr... ltTIt th!itili.n nt n tttti IB 1' evrnflnna hv fTaar JmJimtnt. Her "id to be ond any- , - -- . i. utoii iv "'"S-.C ra Wte t REVIVAL OP THE BURGOMASTER Qua "Weinburg and dainty Ruth Whlto will head tho big revival of "Tho Burgomaster," which Wm. P. Cullen will present at the Grand opera houso next Friday, March 27. These two clever people are the orig inals In tho roles of Peter Stayves nnt, governor of Now Amsterdam who Bleeps for 200 years and awakes to find himself In modern New York, and of WIIllo, tho glided youth who essays to show him around the town. Tho coBtumcs for tho revival are all now, and aro tho handsomest, It ts said, of any comic opora now tour ing. Tho scenery is nil now, somo of the scenes having boon changed. "Tho Burgomaster" was the first of tho PIxloy and LuJor's popr.Uar suc cesses to gain favor. It is in a class with "Robin .Hood" and "Tho Prlnco of Pllsn" for tunofulnoai and many of tho numhars have romo to b known n classic. "Tho Tnlo of tho Kangaroo," "I Iovo You," tho fam ous Indian chorus, tho Rnlny Dalslrs, a.ul other hours hnvo a lilt that Bonds the auditor from tho thoator whitt ling inorrlly. Miss Whlto has writ ten a new song which exports clnim wii bo a large sollor. It Is entitled 'How Many Have You Told That To?" Tho chorus, which Is n vory largo one, lias boon selected especial ly for Its Blnglng and dnuclng ability. Mr. Oullon will bo rememborod n tho producer of "Tho Burgomaster" and Tho Tenderfoot." this gallant ephodo Is filled with a mixture of tenderness and comedy, Bsldom equalled. Ikit sho falls in. Iovo with her tutor, who happens to be Jerome Bonoparte, and not until tho situation requires does his iden tity become apparent to Betsy Pat terson's father. Skipping the many interesting incidents succeeding' and preceding this disclosure, Betsy Pat terson sails away with Jerome Bono parte to be married on tho soil of France. As tho vessel approaches the French shore, however Napoleon Bonoparto boards tho Bhip and de mands that Joromo clvo un his matri monial Intentions for tho eafto of his country. There Is of courso a stormy scene, for Jerome Bonoparto is not a man to Bubmit easily to tho dictation of even his elder bro ther. Tho Iron will of Napoleon pre? valla and Jcromo reluctunlly leaves hla bride-to-be to Return to hor na tive country. Now tho dramtlst is more merci ful than tho historian, for In tho lastJ scene Jorqmo has defied tho author ity of his brother and has returned to tho PnttorBon homo in Baltimore, Micro thoy find solaco and hnpplncBS in each othor. SOCIETY EVENTS. Married in Portland. The following tnkon from -tho Orogonlan of Thursday will bo of much Intorost here: Mrs. J. II. Smith, of 70(5 Tilla mook troot, announce tho wadding Wodnosdny Inst, of hor daughter, Margaret SMthorltind, to Fred M. Porklns, of tho Unltod States nnvy Mr. Porklns Is a native of Oregon, and is nttachod to tho battloship Ne braska, now at Brcmorton. Mr. Included Irish literary and musical numbers, and afterwards Interesting remarks were made pertaining to tho day by several members. Refresh, monts were served by ladles of tho committee. Dnncc nt Asylum. Tho 8t. Patrick's day dance nt tho asylum Tuesday night was a great success, there being In the neighbor hood of 200 present to Join In the festivities. Superintendent Stelnor and tho attendants, who gnvo tho dance, had fitted up tho hall In grcon decoration In obsorvatlon of tho oc casion. Nearly all present wore something green, a ribbon, a nock tic, a belt, a flower or something of that color, and tho punch sorved wns also green. Tho asylum orchestra furnished tho music. Illrthday Party. Misses Anna and Birdlo Ynntls en tertained u party of tfiolr friends Monday evening at their nomo on Center street, tho occasion being their, birthday. Tho guests woro en tertained with games nnd music, after which lunch was norved. Tho guests were: Volnm Maffitt, Krma Townsond, Edith Flshor, Blanch Mo flit, Lola Simpson, Aleda Craw ford, Edna Townsond. Birdie Ynntls, Anna Ynntls, nnd Vordan Mofftt Wlllla Boctol. Mori Prunk, Ray Pomoroy, Donzll Gilliam, ictor MofTIU - Ht. l'ntrlrk'H Day Plogrnm. A delightful program wns onrrlotl OMt at St. Joioph's hall, whoro mu slo and oratory abounded, under the direction of that true son of Erin, Fnthor Anthony Mooro. Fniltor Pho lan, of St. Louis, gave nn oloqueut nddrosi. Margarot ICagan road BIRTHSTONE FOR MARCH "Who In this world of. ours, their eyes In, March first open, shall bo wise; t In daystfdf peril firm ami bravo, And wear a Bloodstone to their fSrovjSrii sravcm' WSrv March gift Jowolory will navor fall Ho ploasoIf tho selection Is made here. Vo nro constantly revolving now and exclusive design's in: dainty Jowolry as It is created by tho Jewelry artists of America, and America stands ln tho lead for "artistic Jowolry creations. Wo enjoy a roputntlon for distinctive Jewelry and sllvorwaro. Thoeo who buy'ho'fo Have the Batlsfactlonof knowing It Is new, It Is different, It Is good. Jfnrch birth flower is tho Vlolot. Barr's Jewelry Store ii?' hene.f id et, this not. and ' refer- "Glorious ItPtHy." Ono ot tho strongost American his torical dramas over produced on tho stago Is "Glorloris Bcty," which will soon visit this city, nnd in which tho ShubertB nro starring Mary Man- uerlng. ABido from the koon inter cut In tho star horolf, thero Is a certain fascination In tho Iovo story ot Botsy Pattorfion of Bnltlmorc, nnd Jcromo Bonnparto, brother of tho Emperor Napoloon, and lator king of WoRtphalln, about which the playj Is written. In tho dramatization of this groat Iovo of history, It Iiiib been ncooBEary only In light degreo to al ter tho closing situation In order to moot tho limitations nnd require ments of tho modern Btago. Thero Is no stato In tho union which Is moro Interesting historical-' ly than Maryland, and there is no city in which tho glamour of Iovo In tho revolutionary days still leaves Its traces so strongly mnrked. It Is In this beautiful city of monu ments that tho story of tho play Is placed. Jerome Bonaparte, travel ling incognito, is visiting tho homo of Colonel Patterson, and thero moots Betsy Patterson, who, in thoso days, wns the greatest beauty of tho south, and who stood for nil that since carried tho dame of Baltlmoro for Us boautlful women. A scene In tho opening of tho play shows the da lugo of proposals the fascinating Botsy is receiving from many of tha promluent men of that day, nnd "The Merry Widow" I HPn&A'4 UUP- VBVK,aV :'i'?: it - . nHOBmstmw 'k'", iwBmrwttm - i wt . - aiiHHHr,nnv rmr . .- w j- ' JiMt.riiaj Not only the Extremely Large but the Mediums, IN A NUMBER Of STYLES and Other Designs in new and up-to-date : : : : SPRING MILLINERY All on Display Next Week to gether with a consignment of tilings entirely new ami different MISS M. D. EVANS Second Floor Joseph Meyers & Sons nesalo Frisby, Jennie Fry, Fftwk nnd Knto Cunnichnol. Eleno Ruth WlilU, In "Tho Burgomaster," tttt SPRING.... I MILLINERY ' t ti Hats of aN de scriptions in choice and ex clusive styles at very moderate prices. Inspec tHHi"invited .... f Mrs. P. E. FuUertoa Salem's Ieiiillng Milliner. Phono 578. 21 X, Coin. St. Perkins last Novomber passed his "Brin Go Bragh," Albert Eagan sang Mtaminatlon for promotion to the "My VJ:d Irish Roe," Chs Gallo grado of enlgn, and when he re- way gaVo tho Goddess of Liberty n (coivu8 ni cumuiiHiuu, wm u 'c'8woet spell. Earl Massoy waved ivnnnpft rnmmlsfilonod nRloOr In tllO . , ... . - I Erin's IU. Mrs. R. A. Kirk sang Aliiuriuuu jiavy uAuviit u n w.a.-i mate of his. Um umc u n, man uuu Miss Sutherland is one of tho most oris gave a "Mowage From Old Ire Tiopulnr young ladlae of Irvlngton.'janj," pred Miller gave a splendid and has for years been u prominent J violin solo. "The Holy City." and member of tho Irvlngton Tennis jutig wilHam Galloway made the club. Three years ago tho won the'prjnjipai Kddre2 of tho evening. He ohnmplonshlp of ladles stnglos. wa4 greeted with applauso for all his Mr. and Mrs. Perklss, aocow- raBmrks. Fathor Moore and Judge Birthday Party, Miss AUco Clnugh celebrated hor sovontoonth birthday last night, as sisted by about 50 of hor friends. Tho Clough residence was attractlvo ly decorated, violets and daffodils bo lag ftsod In the parlor and sitting roam, and In tho dining room violets with rod and whlto oropo papor were used effectively. From the center of tho colling above tho table was sus pended a boll of red, from whloh rib bons of paper woro attached to tho corners of the table. MUh Bortha Clough norved punch In a corner decorated with red papor Tho guests were delightfully enter tained with songs, music and phono grnhplo selections. Refreshments woro lator sorvod by Bortha Cloughi nnd Matilda Dyrnu. . BchulU-Gm'iH!,, Tho marriage of Miss Bortha Groono to Honry Sohultx wna qulotfy oolobrnted last tJumlny after noon at tho -osldeuco of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fournlor, on North Front strert. Rev. W. II. Bollook per formed tho ceremony in tho presence of n fuw frlonds of tho yo.ung people. They will niako their homo In this city. AMMONAL SOCIAL ON PAQE SIX Got DoWItt's Carbollxed Witch Haxol Salvolt Is good for piled Bold by all druggists. GRAND OPERA HOUSE t; iv j , i jno. I. COIIIIRAY, Mgr. panlod by Mrs. Smith, will leave to day for Hremorion, Mrs. Perkins is vory woll known here, having undl the Sacrod Hoart academy, fihe Is a yeung lady with charming wannor. and wai very popalar araoHg the young eo cUty pooplo of the Capital City. Mr. Perkiss is the eldest o of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Perkins of this city, lie received part of his earlier educa tion In the schools of this ojty, and Grants Pas, finishing his eduoatlon at the naval academy at AnnanolU. fit. Patrick' Pay Program. The member of Obadwlok Capter No. 37. Order of Eastern Star gave aa interesting program at Masonic hall Taesday evealag. The program Jfreys. Gertrude Fawk, Graco Damon Wm. KaUsr were the other orators, ami got ovatlOBi aio. Tho "8. R. O." card was ut early In the oven- InK. 31uum Tumi Club, The Meum Toiim Club was enttr- talfied by Mls Kln Fawk at her! home tat sight. The evening was delightfully spent playing "600." Miss BfSe Need ham being successfxil la oapturlRg the prlie. Next Friday sight the regular meeting night of the clnb tba members will be en tertalnd by the "PrUoIlla" club, at the home of Mm. Wano, on South ComiBWoJal street. Thone present last sight were: Misses Grace Dab cook. Mnyrae Baboook. Blanche Hrovru. Kitty Hsrbord. Emily Jef- L f RIDAY, MARCH 27 WM. P. CULLEN PRESENTS PIXLEY AND LUDERS' MERRY MUSICAL MASTERPIECE THE Burgomaster with ava wKiNiirita, kith whiti: ani ovkk haw a IIU.VI)UI.I OTillilW INCIil'DIIWI THE IMMOl'Ht.Y OHIGI NAIi XANOAIIOO OtHSM OIHG.V.tr. PHW)U(7riO.V A VKRITAHU: TfUWUt'If ItlGGKR, IlltlflllTBK. UKTTKH THAN KVKR 3.KW KONGH IDE.IS 8l!ftl'IUHK8 PRIQEH: J-S0. f 1.60, 78c, 80c. 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