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Cincinnati Tribune (Newspaper) - October 07, 1894, Cincinnati, Ohio43,the Tribune Cincinnati o., sunday. October 7, 1894. . Fountain week Ommo tix William Jerome Mich Weijie Minuett sad Monroe. Marjorie fair . U. S. K. Moek. Jeanne Graves. Frederick v. Bowers Eaura Thorne Harry Cottrell. Elsie lower that a s ii. Sedgwick. The tropical Ujj the very merry Jolly and anti melancholy papa who is not at All methodical a a at the Fountain you will see i . Such a Jolly pop is he his son is nowhere Liko him Ujj for a prodigal. Matinee a very Day r Eser seat Meurk 6 la k with till. People you must laugh commencing this afternoon. Davis Avi so Guy a latest Success living pictures fun Milf Addens h a mats.�?sun., feed. And sat a serve a seats 25�� 50 cts the hit Woltje season Mew acts new songs new living Pintur so Oreole Gompf my amp a genuine Southern Wen to All co Mersil st pc loo contestants seats two Beautiful prizes a a a matinees daily Liniel ii Van ?5==wtakt1s� at thi our old time Friend that funny utile Man a Elvlin s per Ukoh in his Brand new play Duffy a blunders tax a i. A Star. Ast a i Sruv Viva specialities a i seen in surprises 10o per cent funnier Titan a a Mccarthy a Misha my line st quote Walnut s America magic tax Isbellar Kellaros new the Sophic wonders the shrine Komra Sami. The mystery la Hassa. Diab Lerie the Decimals. I Hora to get rid a a Ife. Week october 8 m ati sees wednesday and saturday the great comedy by a. W. Pinero author a the second mrs. Tanqueray a a the Iron master a a lady b unti Ful a a Sweet Lavender a Etc. Produced with special scenery and properties the amazons Willi miss Johnstone Bennett presented per arrange ent with Laniel Frohman manager Lye Elm theater n. 1. By a special company under management Charles fkohm.4v. St quot is Johnstone Bennett George Alison Maud Odeil Beaumont Smith a Elaine Elison Lorimer Stod card Ida Vernon John Findlay Louise rial. Vaughan Glaser w. 8. Donnea. V. H. Gregory al and Middleton a dime museum v a family 1� eater. Week commencing monday october 8th second 1yeek miss a a Mollie Neilson a fast she has not tasted food for six days�?144 Long hours weak hungry restless feverish staring losing flesh yet her Iron will is still unshaken. No Chance tor fraud. Ask your family doctor. Watch the bulletins . Dunham the Well known seventh Street physician. Attended night and Day by two sworn trai red nun s 2 years ago in Pittsburg Shi fasted 31 Days. Declares Shell break the in her prasent fast. Eli Bowen. Half Man acrobat. Mia. >1 iii Ward. Serpent Queen. Commodore Foote and sister world won cd re and 4 separate stage s Iowa a to Ama Leara Friday sight. A admission.10c seats. Be children saturday. 5e open daily 1 to 10 . Hourly shows. Foot balls kick in you done to get the Best. We have them. Also foot Ball suits and sweaters. Those who enjoy seeing the beat any certain line will find in Kellar at the Walnut this week the greatest living necromancers. Nor will they 6ee any act they have seen before nor can they explain aught that he does. His acts if they can be so called Are absolutely inexplicable. Since the Days Hermann no Man could be called Liis successor until Kellar appeared the scene. He is Hermann a worthy successor and in some ways infinitely his Superior. Some the imaginary hen pecked husbands can be profitably instructed by watching Kellaros feat How to get rid a wife. I Hope . Kellar will fill the Walnut this week. Johnstone Bennett a Breezy Manis Ness should be a Winner at the grand this week. She leads the amazons and does it As it should be done. She has a Happy faculty creating characters. Witness her Jane. In her later Effort she is quite As successful though the parts Are in action style and character As far removed As the two poles. A Barney Ferguson Lias a new manager this season. Hia name i6 j. Wesley Lios Enquest who is also interested in the management a Blue the manner in which . Lios Enquest became . Ferguson a manager has in it the make up a Good 6tory. One Day last Winter . Lios Enquest was in new York where he makes his headquarter when he suddenly pulled out his timepiece and looking at it quickly he closed Down his desk saying a i guess ill go up to Poughkeepsie this evening and see a Blue in be just got time to catch that 6 clock train at the grand half an hour later he was ensconced in the chair car the Buffalo limited in route to Poughkeepsie. Arriving there he went to a hotel and having been shown to a roof lie rang for a Bell boy. And that Youthful worthy making his tardy appearance he asked him just to see if a Blue leans was Well advertised a anything going in town tonight a replied the boy a a there san Oyster sociable at the first episcopal Church and Barney Ferguson is going to play a Mccarthy a. Mishaps at the opera House and in a going to see Rosenquest was astounded. He pulled out his Date Book and examining it Cere fully found to his Surprise that a Blue jeans was not due in Poughkeepsie till the following evening and was in Troy that night. It was too Date to go to Troy in time to see his show so he made up his mind to see a Barney Ferguson act out and strolled Over to the theater just in time to find the curtain going up the first act. He sat out the play and enjoyed himself As Well As the smallest boy in the gallery and was heartily amused by Barneys inimitable drollery and funny methods. After the play was Over he returned to the hotel and sat Down to smoke a Cigar. Half an hour later Ferguson came in and Rosenquest walked up to him and told him laughingly the mistake he had made and the same time took occasion to express the pleasure the comedian had Given him by his capital performance. In the course conversation the latter remarked that his contract with his then manager would expire at the end the season and that he intended managing himself in the future. A take my advice Ana done to 6aid Rosen quest. A you stick to the stage end it and ill attend to your business for a you will will you do you really mean it a gasped the funny Little Man. A i really do a answered the new York manager a fahd what a More j �?T11 find you a new play and ill surround you with the Best company pro curable and put you the Road in better 6tyie than �?o1�?Til go you a said Barney and he went him and before they retired Rosenquest had drawn up contracts which they signed Over a a cold bottle before retiring to dream future successes which were to eclipse the famous a a Mccarthy a mishaps a and now the outcome manager Rosenquest strip to Poughkeepsie is that popular Barney Ferguson is now under . Rosenquest a management. And by the Way . Ferguson opens at havling a this afternoon. Willis Granger a Cincinnati boy who has been Here with the a stowaway a at Heucks is the author a comic opera which was probably written in a Shorter space time than any farce comic opera tragedy any dramatic composition Ever placed upon the stage. Or. Granger called his new production a the the characters were eighteen Carat summer actors. Main Brace and Willie High were two the act Ristic people represented. Or. Fatal Frost was the manager. The comic opera graphically and humorously describes the life the actors the Rialto in the heated Days summer. Jimmy Powers and Bob Stevens bet Granger he could not compose the opera in a half hour and . G. Won the bet. It will not be staged just yet. A a a Charley Callahan seems to have a Winner in a Quoon it has been presented to very Large audiences at havling a and the general verdict is that the play is Good. Mice. % the cellars at the Walnut. The Mission the cellars is to amuse As Well As to amaze. The pleasure and profit which May be conveyed by such a performance As count for More in the Long run than hysterics and solemnity. They will open at the Walnut monday night for a week a series marvels which would be oppressive in their mystery were it not for the unfailing Good humor Kevlar himself the incomparable magician As the newspapers Call him and his Beautiful wife. Kevlar a Eart is the result it in aptitude which a less modest Man would Call Genius and a lifetime patient skillful investigation. It can Challenge comparison today with that any living magician this any country and profits by rivalry Inaa mob As Competition demonstrates its super excellence. The novelties which . And mrs. Kellar Are now Able to present to their audiences in the United states afford problems which the scientist and amusement seeker alike will find fascinating. Among the acts is a the mystery la Hassa a which is the very latest product the wonder workers Tibet. Then too a the Mystic Light Bala a which puzzled the great German physicist Hensolt in India u displayed m full View. A the shrine Komra Sami a itself a Marvel Well Worth an evenings study is Only a part the programme which includes a the talking image a a Novelty and Kellaros own personal feats prestidigitation. A Barney Ferguson at havling a. For Many seasons past a that funny Little Man a Barney Sferguson has appeared in a a Mccarthy a this season however he comes to us in a new production the vaudeville farce entitled a a blunders a in which he is said to have a far at the zoo. If we have typical october weather today there will be lots people at the zoo. Excursion lists from the country will mingle with the Large crowds City folks. The zoo is just now very Beautiful. The glows and tints autumn gleam Forth Down All the avenues while the last Flowers the year stalk proudly Here and there breathing Forth their fragrance the air. But the beauties vegetation Are Only incidental to a visit to the zoo. The main attractions Are course the Birds and animals. These collections Are the largest and most valuable in the world and have recently been increased by the addition about $6,000 Worth new specimens. Chief among these Are the dog faced Baboons Prince and Princess Bismarck the magnificent Young Buffaloe the baby wider scope for the display those grotesquely humorous talents which have made him a popular visitor in All the cities this continent. He has recently placed himself in the experienced hands j. Yves Ley Rosenquest a theatrical manager vast experience and resource and who has successfully gauged the Public s wants for a Long period As manager the Bijou and fourteenth Street Heaters new York City and aug that casting Success a Blue starting out with the idea that the Public like the athenians old desire a a a new . Rosenquest has equipped his Star with a new comedy a new All Star cast new scenery and new and elaborate accessories and has spared neither time trouble nor Money in the production. Although Barney Ferguson will As in his old Clay be the Central figure his support will e the Best. It includes course the popular and Clever Little lady mis3 Marguerite the de forests the famous a whirlwind dancers from the Folies Ber Gere Paris and Koster and Bialy a new York the Stewart Sisters Bella and May a a hits from the new York Casino the Well known comedians and singers Barry Maxwell Ben. F. Grinnell Dan ma3on. Sam Ryan Charles Eastwood Chelso Peruchi the misses May Montford and Edna Terry and a Galaxy pretty and Clever girls. One scene in particular in a a Duffy a blunders will attract considerable attention namely a the roof an exact reproduction the latest and most popular the summer resorts new York City. Mandril the Young Yak and the Mammoth collection Florida snakes. At the people s. At the people s this week the attraction will be the Harry Morris Burl Squers. A High class organization refined variety artists headed by the eminent German comedian . Harry Morris. Burlesque when properly presented is a most enjoyable and acceptable entertainment. There �8 always a certain dash and vim displayed in the comedy lines which invariably makes one forget Dull cares and enter into that delightful sensation caused by a Hearty laugh. The original transformation comedy burlesque a the dutch Crook a will Mark the opening number the big programme introducing the entire company including Twenty handsome women and a corps comedians which will be followed by the a fall features Olio consisting eight novel specially acts. In the company Are such Well known people fis Gilmore and Leonard exponents Irish writ Grace Langley the Soubrette Marie Rostell a favorite Bur Lesque artist the i docs character sketch artists the Mcnulty Sisters singers and dancers Marie Burgess de Latell Vede Mansfield and the Clever High class sketch artists j. C. Flynn and miss Maude Walker. The performance will conclude with the laughable Burletta entitled a a tempting town wicked new York a introducing the foot Ball team the living models the Jay Farmer and the Ever Welcome tramp. The engagement opens with the matinee today. A the amazons at the grand. This will be one the grand a fashion Honable weeks the attraction being one the numerous f a Ohman successes that have aroused even Blase new York City. A the amazons scored such a hit at the lyceum that manager Frohman now regrets he did not arrange to keep the play there much longer and lately he is quoted As saying that probably he would revive the play in the Metropolis again. Pinero struck a new vein when Fie wrote a the this talented author who is responsible for a the second mrs. Tanqueray a a Sweet Lavender and a lady Bountiful a is heard at his Best in this Brilliant comedy and he has actually succeeded in producing something entirely different from any a citizen the stage a a As Well As one the brightest modern Day productions. The idea the comedy �9 that an ambitious woman who desiring to raise a family boys found her efforts thwarted for the household was composed girls Only three charming girls. They Are taught by their Mother to act and appear As men. And their efforts in this line form one the intensely funny things the comedy. As a matter course they fall in love after having succeeded in convincing their Mother that her desires Are possible consummation. With the appear Andl cupid All ambitions Are cast aside. The opportunities for enjoyable situations in a comedy Way Are practically without limit and As a matter course in the care the company which . Charles Frohman sends to us an almost perfect performance is assured. Miss Johnstone Bennett mias Maud Odell and miss Elaine Elison competent and pretty actresses assume the characters a the Hue Lcy a. The latest notable offering in the Wal Lively farce comedy is a a Mcfadden a elopement a which is to be seen Here for the first time starting with a matinee at Heucke a today and continuing throughout the week. The play is from the pen Frank Dumont and is produced by that enterprising firm Davis and Keogh. The part Mcfadden waiting for faddle no a a lightning Rod agent instalment collector Tombstone Hawker pretended English lord and matrimonial adventurer is filled by John Kernell one the Best Irish dialect fun makers. The company is made up people eminent in farce comedy and variety words. It includes besides . Kernell such Well known entertainers As e. J. Connolly Dan Waldron John s. Terry Emmonds Emerson and Emmonds Clara Knott. Emily Vivian Beatrice Norman Julia Emmonds Tillie Barnum and others. Kohl and Middleton a dime museum. Miss Mollie Neilson a fast at Kohl amp Middleton a dime museum is getting interesting. The first Day so she did not arouse much interest. Anybody can do without eating for a Day so. But when it c mes to starving for several weeks that a quite a different thing. The latter part the week the Public became convinced that miss Neilson a fast was genuine and the museum \va3 crowded every afternoon and evening. Manager Avery May expect from now to do a phenomenal business because everybody in town wants to see this remarkable woman. She has already lost several pounds and while she is somewhat feverish she continues to be in Good spirits and declares that her intention to break her own record is As honest As Ever. Two years ago in Pittsburg she fasted for thirty one Days. If any one has any doubts As to the genuineness the fast he should ask his family physician to go to the museum and make an examination miss Neilson. Any competent physician can Tell whether not this �3 a genuine one. Among the attractions it the museum this week will be Commodore Foote and sister the ii Liisu tons mme. Geneua the caucasian balancer he Bowen the half Man acrobat mrs. Millward the Serpent Queen and Cammus punch and Judy Robinsons. The second week the engagement 8am t. Jacks Creole company at Robinsons opera House commencing sunday afternoon bids fair to prove even better than the first. Manager Davis patrons have received the attraction royally and not a few have expressed a desire to witness its novel entertainment again. The management accordingly promised Many new features including new songs dances and jokes and acts calculated to give the second weeks entertainment the Merit freshness. There Are Many pretty girls in the company whose vocal Talent and Terpsi Chorean skill have already been tested and they will sing new songs and execute new sively and they will be treated the second week to others equally As Sweet. An Opportunity will be presented Many the patrons for the first time perhaps to witness a genuine Darkey cake walk. This will be a resented with All that careful attention to email which insures the Success such festivities. The contestants will stand their merits and the contest for the cake promises to prove exciting at every performance. Prof. Beauregard Lee Mobile who has achieved Success As a grotesque Walker will act As master ceremonies. The living pictures and All features calculated to Bear repetition will be repeated. At the Fountain. Commencing with the matinee today and during the entire week Glen Macdonough a successful comedy a the prodigal father a rewritten will be the attraction at the popular Fountain. The play is changed in some respects from last year to allow the introduction specialities. Nobody will regret the loss the legitimate in the substitution vaudeville especially when the latter is the very Best kind obtainable. W. 8. K. Mack and Ned Monroe both famous old time variety stars will make their appearance in the legitimate line. Billy Jerome the Well known author Many the popular songs the Day and certainly one the funniest comedians the stage will be heard in some his favorite ballads. Frederick v. Bowers who is said to be possessed an extremely Good voice will to doubt fill the role the Bohemian Catesby Duff to perfection. The Story his life told to musical accompaniment is said to be one the hits the play. Miss Nellie Sennett As Dollie Bonde miss Marjorie fair As Kate Dodge and miss Jennie Graves As Tacy Dodge Are All furnished with roles that will give them ample Opportunity to display their abilities As singers and dancers. A the prodigal father is billed for the entire week at the Fountain matinees being announced daily. Billy Jerome. J. E. Poor Ava n w�-5�?� fifth Street. Dances that cannot fail to prove entertaining. Manager Davis patrons have seemed especially pleased with the old Southern melodies which the company sings excl Yum Jerome the above Cut is a fair likeness Billy Jerome the famous Parodis who is to appear at the Fountain this week. But in order to appreciate Billy Jerome you must meet him. You May enjoy his songs but in order to size up . Jerome properly you must meet him personally. He is to sing some his own songs such As a the split the Wood a a the never came Back,mcc., at the Fountain this week. Or. Jerome by the Way is the author that very pretty song a come Back so Vert Polly 0�?Tmoore,�?� which is dedicated to Mique Brien the Tribune. The Exeter minstrels. The Exeter minstrels will this season present an entertainment that will equal anything in that line that has Ever visited our City. The first part stage settings and costumes Are magnificent and will no doubt a sensation. The boys have their own orchestra fifteen pieces which will appear at every performance. John Hoffman j. Hennegan j. L. Jones and John Ryan Are the principal end men while g. B. Alexander Robert Morton Edward Weibking. J. Drury and e. Baltrunat will sing a the salads. A grand chorus Twenty voices will also be heard in part first. The opening overture is a jewel and the final called a old glory a is something new and will make a great hit. In the Olio Are the a Burn Quartetti the child wonders Meeham and Lamb j. Hennegan in monologue ithe Jacovich Trio Oscar ii Send a big ten song and dance the coloured Belles and beaus and the Swift Brothers musical artists. The show opens at College Hill october 21, then playing in Newport Covington Ludlow Bellevue and Dayton. The first City Siow is at the Pike november 18, for the Columbia lyceum. The Exeter will appear for their own Benefit thanksgiving night at the new Odd Fellows Temple. Cues. Olga Nethersole looks like Jane hading. Prof. Hermann a business in Canada last week was very Large. A the passing show is underlined to follow a the amazons at the grand. Miss Helen Tracey has had serious optical trouble out is now happily recovering. L. Vav. Washburn is to put a spectacular piece by Frank Duin ont called a lost in miss Lola Morisse is with the Campbell Galley 81ave company playing the ingenue roles. The protective league american showmen will assemble in convention at Cincinnati o., july 8. Hydes comedians and miss Helena Mora will be seen at the a Home the vaudeville in the near Manchester manager the night owls won $5,000 the Fitzsimmons Cre Don fight in new Orleans last week. A the passing show a with its cast 100 people will be next week s attraction at the grand. Yer Noua Jarbeau leads me cast. The Western critics say Henry Miller Charles fron Raana i Block company is the be to leading Man the East has sent them. The new play upon which James a. Hearne author a Bhore area a is at work will contain a Strong part for . Hearne. Helen Davray will appear As the Atar William Gills new farcical comedy a that 8dter Hie a at the grand the week october 29. Johnnie Carroll who a to Well known to the Cincinnati theater goers will be seen Here shortly with Fields and Anaona drawing Carda. Kellar the magician agent last Rammer in Europe and has since his return introduced several new tricks that Are More mar Velous than anything he has Ever done in thi9 City. His a mystery la Hasse and the a Mystic Light Balas Are said to be marvels. Briefly summarizing the situation in London the Day Nat Goodwin observed a mias Booth has Hopes and miss Yoke has Hopes and Hope Are now alike abandoned. Mannard a Bullet proof coat will be exhibited by the inventor at Kohl and Middleton a soon. The most sensational teats will be made with it by its inventor and others during the engagement. Wallace Kuffer formerly manager Ada Gray for a number seasons a now senior member the firm Keffer and Schaeffer managers the Elmwood opera House South Framingham mass. Edward j. Connelly the Well known comedian has been added to the excellent company with which Davis and Keogh have surrounded John Kernell in the merry new skit a a Mcfadden a the twelfth night club is going to have a big Benefit at the Empire theater next week. Already a neat array Talent has volunteered headed by our own blessed and Beneficent Joe Jefferson. The occasion pm mses to be a notable one in All respects. A the Mississippi a written by William Hawort i. And one the new attractions Davis and Keogh have put out this season is Down for Early presentation at the grand opera House in Boston and Phi Ladelma it was spoken very highly . There is a fight Between the Toledo papers and two the amusement a a palaces a in that City. The papers have succeeded in having the licenses the Academy and a Standard revoked As it is claimed they Are Dens iniquity. The houses refute this and will fight the Case. A superba a with its new Scenic effects and its wonderful mechanical appliances comes to Heucks one week from today. This is a big attraction for a popular priced theater and was secured by manager quot Brady Only a big guarantee. A super bad was last seen Here at the Walnut Street theater. The women a Christian Temperance Union has declared War the exhibitions a living pictures a and is urging the authorities new York and her Large cities to prohibit them As Well As theatrical parties in which women Are shown in tights and unconventional costumes. That realistic Scenic production. A the in which Davis and Keogh brought out the popular Steve Brodie ha9 been one the surprises the season and is proving a veritable Gold mine for its managers. It will be seen at Heucks Christmas week. The Brooklyn Bridge scene is said to be the most effective yet. A not often a said a new York critic a via there heard such sparkling dialogue As that which trickles All the Way through to a the a this Little comedy High life i6 said to be full humor and flashing repartee. Johnstone Bennett Maud Odell and Elaine Elison appear As the three boy amazons in unconventional shooting jackets and knickerbockers. Elita Proctor Oris is not to Star in a Oliver twist a As has been reported but is to be featured with Charles Barron for some years leading Man the Boston museum 8tock company and Frank Kernan who made a hit last season As Miles Mckenna in a Rosedale a in a big revival that piece that will be toured before the holidays. Miss Otis will play Nancy to Ykes. One the most noted new Yorkus artists received the strange commission to select the corps attractive femininity that graces a a Duffy a blunders a the new farce to reintroduce Here at the matinee at havling a today Barney Ferguson a the funny Little 8ix specimens Lovely womanhood. Selected from 100 talented applicants Are the result the Art connoisseurs selection. One the attractions in the curio Halls Kohl and Middleton a museum will be mrs. Millward and her collection snakes. Mrs. Millward is the widow Millward the Snake charmer for years in the Robinson show. Last year he was bitten by a rattle Snake while handling it and died a few hours afterwards. This Snake Wilif be exhibited with mrs. Millward a collection this week. John most the latest acquisition to the realistic stage is rehearsing in new York. The play in which he �3 to appear is called a the it a by a no less famous playwright than Gerhard Hauptmann. The author it Isa socialist play the most Radical sort. The scene is Laid in Silesia during the bread famine 1840, and depicts a successful uprising the starving weavers against the police and their employers. Our people will have an Opportunity this week at the grand passing judgment the great new York lyceum theater comedy Success a the amazons a interpreted by Charles Frohmann a company. Last week in Buffalo the comedy was Given to crowded houses and the unanimous new York verdict was endorsed in a most practical Way. �m�9s Johnstone Bennett whom our people will probably Best remember account her Tine work in a Jane a is being featured As one the amazons. Miss Maud Odell and miss Eilston Are her chief assistants. The comedy will be mounted with the same care that characterized its new York presentation. In miss Rose Coghland a support this season Are Frederic de Belleville John t. To Ulli Van Cecil m. York j. W. Shannon Braman Thorpe Franklyn Roberts Maxine Elliott Hattie rus Ell Blanche Burton Marion a. Erie and Gertrude el3mere. At the present time miss Coghlan is playing a diplomacy a occasionally putting a a woman no importance and later in the season miss Coghlan will give an elaborate production a a woman in White a a new dramatization Charlea readers novel. Miss co Ehlang a tour has thus far been very successful and her performances have received an unusual amount attention from the press in the cities where the company has appeared. Her performance quot we a diplomacy is spoken As being great and that there is no stronger company the Road. News disasters the Road owing to bad business begins to come in. Eugene Canfield and George Richards closed the 6eason and disbanded their circus Clown company at York. A. September 29. Maud grangers company was disbanded without full salaries the same Date at Kansas City. The season a in the name the Czar came to an end at Baltimore the same Day. The Arch to treet theater in Philadelphia where h. B. Mahn was trying to run a Stock company at cheap prices was closed last thursday night owing to a strike the stage hands. Harry Lucy closes his season in Cincinnati this week. Wilkins our a players were stranded at Pine Bluff Ark. The Harry Shannon company at East Stroudsburg pa., and the Kentucky Rosebud company at Worcester mass., la it week. It is nothing for any woman to brag about so far As the True Pride it goes but it is an exceptional thing tor a woman in Public life especially the comic opera stage where scandal and slander Are As free and plenty As leaves in Vai Ambrosa to go throned her am Emmr me fax my Camilla Dar vile the Prima Donna Lafof the Madeleine company has without having once had to Bow beneath the blasts gossip that Are continually looking for an Opportunity to Wither some fair name. It is a fact that in All her stage experience which dates about ten years Back. Miss do Arviller a name has never been mentioned in the same breath with any Story scandal and it is to this More than even to her charming personality and pleasing manners that she owes her proud position in society today a position so High that the governor Massachusetts and the finest families in stain old Boston have been proud All summer to have her for a guest All occasions. Miss do Arville prides herself this fact More than even her position at the head her profession. Amusements Peoples theater matinee today. Harry Morris Burl Squers. Next sunday matinee Rose Hill Folly Corpeny. Zoo Dren under 10 years 10c. Pony and elephant Tracis i Paciora play grounds t 16,000 Worth new animals largest collection Birds and animals in the my m. World. Admission 25c. Chil q m oc7 7t Art museum the regular meeting the Cincinnati oratorio society was held Friday night in the lyceum and had its first rehearsal the oratorio which it has selected to perform this season namely a the Odysseus a the work a noted modern composer Max Bruch. It is a description homers a Odyssey a in ten scenes. The music is Well adapted to the words and both combined rank this oratorio very High among its class. The following members were present sopranos misses r. Schottenfels s. Lehman a. Westfield j. Lanham r. Ausdenmore m. Schledorn a. Koiter l. Stickler. A. Kuhlmann r. Knuf Werschmidt m. Henry. Altos�?mr9. E. Strobridge Ergo tic misses c. Overstreet b. Rightmire b. Schle Dorn c. Richter. Basso messes. H. Linden Berg g. Revert m. G. Cohen a. L. Randall l. Kuhlmann Ehrgott. Tenors messes. W. Danziger c. Schott j. Bellangee. Preparations for the reunion and reception to those who have achieved honors at the College music Are taking an extensive scale. The event which occurs one week from tomorrow evening will Mark the Cloae the sixteenth year the College and while it is the desire the trustees that none its students friends shall be slighted in the matter invitations yet it is a matter impossibility to reach them All. Two thousand invitations have been 6ent out and each with two More cards admissions. It is requested the students last years enrolment not now studying at the College who have not received an invitation to make the fact known As Early As possible this week and they will be supplied. # there will be some interest Manifest in the forthcoming lecture recitals . Waugh Lauder under the auspices the College mu6ic, the 16th and 17th inst., at 3 . He will undertake for his first the ast five sonatas Beethoven in one afternoon. The second lecture recital will embrace a number French Canadian songs which will be Sung by miss armide Del Bondi and miss Clara Louise Doeltz the College. Premier France. E Den Park paintings sculpture Industrial Art. Etc open week Days it . To 5 a a .� sundays. 1 to 5 30 . Admission saturdays and sundays 10 cts Days 25 cts. Take Eden Park electric cars. Seft Tsu food exposition. Food exposition every afternoon evening. Tuesday october 9, Clifton Day wednesday october 10 Riverside Day thursday october ii. Avondale Day Friday october 12, German Day cooking lectures in German saturday october 13, Lockland Wyoming Day admissi��725 cts. A gifted Young woman. A talented child becomes an accomplished adult musician. The woman violinist is still sufficiently rare to be marked and even among the comparatively few such musicians the a a a . Dupuy against whom the latest anarchistic plots Are said to have been directed is a Man 43, and consequently has not had a very Long political record. He comes from Puy in the upper Loire the Birthplace Lafayette. His father and Grandfather were process servers there. M. Dupuy has m. Charles Dupuy. Bertha Conopio never been ashamed his Humble origin and the occasion visits to his native town he a indulged freely in personal reminiscences. He wanted he said once to meet his old playmates and schoolmates and his old friends every age and live Over again those years passed among them. As a boy he said he went to the High school in his Humble Blouse and brought Back prizes for attention and hard work. These were the prelude in a lowly sphere the proud position he now filled. Before lilies he was a schoolmaster. Lucky mister. He had the Good Fortune it might be called to be presiding in the chamber the occasion the Vaillant bomb explosion and got much notoriety out his famous a the silting after the assassination m. Carnot m. Dupuys name was mentioned for the presidency but he had course no Chance in a fair fight against m. Casimir Peri he took to politics he soloist miss Nous. At the Early age 5 Yearl the Golden haired Little girl tried to Imi Eite the musical proclivities her elder sister with such Success that a Short time later before she was 7. Indeed she was Day provided with a musical master and lie violin selected As the proper instrument to develop her decided Talent. Much the Young girls Success is due to the careful training her Mother a lady Fine musical taste whose encouragement to her daughter was invaluable. No hour wa9 too Early to find her risen that she might sit by the practising child. Listening and criticising while she knitted embroidered. Miss Bertn Dsa first Public performance was at the age 8 at a Church concert. Her childish appearance As she stepped the platform in a White dress her Long Golden curls falling about Iier shoulders amazed the audience whose wonder soon gave Way to Delight As the Little girl began to play. When she wa9 12 years old her teacher . C. A. Allen Boston the famous violinist was obliged at the lust moment to give up playing at , for which to was announced. Rheumatism the wrist had seized bit with disastrous result. His Voung Pupil however was selected to Taka his place and before a critical audience Sha gave the selection that was to have bean rendered by her Tea Ober winning the highest Praise. It was at this very Early age too that she had the distinction to play with Camilla Urso. Miss Behrends has made her Home latterly in Newyl Ork where her delightful Talent has been much appreciated. 8he can justly be called one the Best american woman violinists. In personal appearance she is Pura Blonda Type tall and Graceful and gifted with a modesty manner that it Moat attractive

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