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Indianapolis Sun (Newspaper) - December 16, 1905, Indianapolis, Indiana TBE nmUHATOLIS SDH, DZOSHBXIt 16, IMS. News of the Stage aousra kw wes3l Orwdt—Tho Kmpire City Quar- blgSk-CMsa vauduvillc. Afternoon nitbt. Pai^—^Barney Giluioie in "A . Xoeky Koad to Dublin." llrHt huIC of week, and "Flgj!tlnK Pate." the last Iiaif of the weak. Afternoon and night. .. Impire—"The Jolly Grass Wid- 9W»," Afternoon and night. fiidiana—''The Ranch King," flac vaudeviJle. It lookfl as if the vaude-VlUtt bill arranged for next week at the Grand-will prove one of the most Inter-evtliis of the season, on account of ttoo ■uuay- novelties which It will embody. Out of th'3 eight acts engaged, only one liaa ever been seen at tUc Grand before, and the i^rugram wiJl therefore be re-treahlng'ln its newness. The three lead-inc features of the show will be the Leslie and Dailey company, in a very funny Instead, booking the fun-makers at the Cincinnati bouse this week, where a good comedy act was needed In order to round out the program. The work of th© quartet is spoken of very highly by the press in ether cities, and the four men who compose it, Messrs. Tally. Mayo and the Cooper brothers—have been winning great favor this season. ^ The Shreck brothers, a pair of acrobats frcm Germany, who have been creating something of a sensation in the east with their wonderful exhibition, will be important contributors to the program. Bellman and Moore, a popular team character singers and dancers, will the only participants on the bi!I that have ever appeared before* at the Grand. They come this time in a specialty that i- said to be immensely entertaining. Burton's dog comedians, in an act that .s described as little short of marvelous wHl be on the bill, and the other specialties will 'be furnished by Dixon and HoJmej, descriptive vocalists; Jack Garl-ner, the burnt-corn comcdiao. whose par- THEY WILL APPEAR AT THE GRAND BELLMAN A ND MOORE. ody Bln^ln? has won him fame. an'J Brownln? and Jllsa Wally, a pair of wonderful gymrasts. The bioscope, with new ¡¡ti'-LS of aurarih'- mollon pictures wiil brin5 tht- perforinanct? to a conclusion. PARK—Mtxi wt'tik. buginning Mon-ilay afternoon, at ihe Park, Banu-y Gll-mor.'. the iiaturail singii'S Irish acicr. in •'A Rocky Road to Dublin." a comedy ■Irama in three actg. by Daniel L. Hart, author of "The Parish Priest" and other ?=uccos5jes, supported by the following clever piople: Giorge Hassell. John D. Griffon, Atnerica'.s veteran Trlsh character iictor; Lav;irnie. Will Long, jr.. Patrick Touhey. >Mina ShJrJey, Isis MaynarU. Jessie Laseui- an<l othfrs. Mr. Gilmore will iritroduc« now songtf and harp solo.«'. Other speciaJti«w are premised. A car load of wonery deplct.s Ire-l.ind us it is tod;:y. No ullit-r .immuiisc u-Jio }isa- ever written for lli« American suiae has quite shown the knowUtlgo of tliiit. peculiar tyne that lies- on th»; other hide Qf Ih': ifuthchis that Mr. Hart does, particularly in "A Rocky Road to Dublin." Tile lines ar»> brilliant, and most of thtm hQvu u ileart-fating «luallty thai lives loniT after one hag witno^sgd the porformunc. The play is beautifully mounted and atU<J throughout. «•FisMiiiK Kate"—Beginning n«xt Thursday, the latest sensation. "Flghtlnt' Pate." will be seen at tho Park thcau>r. It is a race track story, and currlo.s a roammuth pile of scenery- and elcctrlc «t-j fects, besides some beautiful raco horses. , Tho play was written by Kdward Locke, who pronounces it the best story he has ever written, combining fact and fancy ao skillfully interwoven that there is nothing but Intense interest from the curtain's rise till its fall. Francis Clarke, the owner of a string of horses, has hired "Big Henry" to huiu for the mis.sJjig Clarke ohihlreii. Gra,o and I.arrj', who are heirs to their srand-falher'9 fortune if found withlu u. certain time. If they are not discovtred the money reverts to Francis Clarke. Years before this «tor>- opens the father if these children had been sent to prison, charged with the attempted murdtr of his own father. Uis wife hud taken Grace and Larry to New York, wh«Te. under the name of Stewart, they found a home in a tenement house owtreJ by the wealthy Langdon fumlly, Larry working as siablfc ooy at Sheepshead Bay The grandfather, tinding out jusi boforo his death that his f^on, who died in prison. Was innocent, offers a >5.000 reward for the finding of the children, and leaves his tooney to them. A private detective, Williams, is on their trail, and llnds out some Interesting facts about Francis Clarke. j Clarke's conicderales trace the Stewarts ] to their home, nnd he plans to marry Grace, and thf-n. by liettlng J,a.Ty to rid.-•ici'jus hoipo ill on»: of tho raees. to <! him thrown itr.d kiih-d. He is .«iil -1 by his mjsjr^.'s. Iloife I>or)ifoi?. wIk» i\-pecis to Rhure in the f'^rtunc wliii-h tli. marriage oi C'arke to Giacu will brinj:. But I.arry vvjii«r the race «nd is m». thrown. Fo he ie .«pirited away lo N- w Orleari^ that night, imd ghipp'd «-ii a oiU boimd for LIngland. Gracc and her mother. Ipft alDiie, are forced into bitter poverty, and move iiuo sinRie room in poorer pan of tiic wn. while Grace »-arns a scanty livi.ig by playing the violin in the street>. ' comes upon l^nedou oii< wintry night. while she is playing in fro,.-, of th.-Majestic theater, but before he c-au n-.-a her. she is stolen by Clarke and Rose Domton. while Larry, who suddenly appear;», re.scue.s Langdon fmm mob of policemcn by runjilng away in a sirevt The storj- in c;jrried to a fitti"« ejiiiiax Ihrough a suorcssior. of astonishing iii-cidenls, forcibly ilhistratinp the ••Rraff m of the X«-w York police, the workings of liie •'('udets" and tlie helplessness of the oppres.sed poor. The i.-r-rlble "third degree" Is pres«nted with thrilling accuracy, while a rare at Sheops-head Bay 'racks is the big feature of the production. Pi tito Anne Blancke will appeiir in the ual role of Larry and 15race, and the unick transitions are .«'aid to bo arti^ilo and wonderful. A good company appears lij her support. WITH THE "JOLLY GRASS WIDOWS" Actors and Plays ISMPIKE—Lovers of lii&h class vaudeville and burlesque should be sure lo ttend the performanre of the Jolly GrassWidov.-.«. wiileh will be the attrac-at the Knipire theater the nnninp: week. The eompiiny has long had an ittbj..' rrputalioii us Ihn t>ur-lesquf show on the roitd. But this se-a-it IK bigger and better than ever, and pre.sents many new and inter est ing novelties. "The "Widow"« Wedding Night" i.s the title of the opening and "The Sign of the Hcd Light" brings the performance to a close. Both are filled with witty dialogue, «utchy musical j numbers, and above all a host of pretty Kirls headed by M'lle Jeanette Quichard. the Parisian beauty. The olio Is coin-posed of such well known celebrities ns Simons and Burkhardt. Hebrew comedians: Bush an<l Gordon, ccccntrit comiques; Pinard and Walters, premier musical artists, and Thompson and Laurence, comedians who can sing. The act of "The Girl In Scarlet." who comes from the Paris music hall, lias been added to the "Jolly Grass Widows" a.-» a special feature, as has the act of Madam Doma's "Ariel Wrcstline Girls," a liuropean novelty IXDIAKA—The Indiana theater opens Monday with the Le Roy Stock company, f in "The Ranch King." a romantic story ' of Southern California, which lells a tale of love. Intrigue and steadfastness of BESSIE ABBOTT. /iV "A ROCKYROAD TO DUBLIN" MISS NlJLLll-: ROSK ARCHER. ' BASSfmr OltMÓRS^ purpose, in seiiHational contedy-drama style. "The Ranch Kin»;. - Konald Me-Donuld, l.s a Iriie ty/H- of th<- 'TMigh. but blg-heart'd e<.wboy, lie adopt.M a waif of 'Frisco, and tlie Offuil.s of r,,.' villain, who proves to hi- Mu- airls fmhi-r. I»» so-euro her antl thereby ruin '"I'he Ran<l King." mak-i >-onii- (.Neeedingly stron; .seune.^. Tiie pl;iv apj.vais e<iualiy lo iov »■rs of comedy and .■icntimeiit. Vaud^vill will bo premni. d betwe-.n aets. tiuis glv ing two mIiowh for unr admission. Kvory thing possible ha? heen don<- to insure the comiort of patrons, and suggestions along that line will rtceivu due attention,DOWIE TO TAKE A BEST. Scrlp|W.MeR«e l>rra» .iHRoclatioa. ClUL'AOO. Deo. {«.-John Alexander Doiwie, seized with physical ills, hu-» announced hiH Intention of turning ovi>r at leaul a part» of thu great business and re-ligiouM burden of ZinnlKt ehurch to others and taking a long rest. Dowie says he will establish an iipostolic college. The eoliegc will consist «»f iJic present over-bcers of the church. D^IERCES GOLDEM DISCC^IIY Bessie abbott, the only American girl, with the single exception of !Mine. Enuna j Eiimes, to y-aiu succesxtiil (iisliuc-I lion upon the stage of the Paris ! opera, is once again in her native I land. She will tour the country I in eoneerl, and will appeiir at the ' Jletropolitau theater, in New York, later in tlic season. Jliss Abbott is a very handsome young girl. Slie was born up the state and studied altogether in this country until she wont to Europe some six years «igo. She made her debut three years ago. Reginnld De Kovcn has arranged with .Staniiaus Stange to roilaborate upon the poatsumous Jibreito by I'>ederic Banken, "The Student King." which romantic light opera Henry W. Savage produces about Easter time. Viola Allen captivated New York as Hetty Singleton in "T<wst of tiie Town," and is one of the few. if not the only Broadway production of the ueason. to come out without a scratch, so to speak, of critical dissension. Nat Goodwin has temporarily abandoned his starring tour m "WolfvlUc," Clyde Fitch's play made from Alfred Henry Lewis' sketches of that title, and It will be rewritten. Things are not breaking very well for "Nat" this season. It is doubtful whether a daintier comedy ever was T\Tltten than "Sweet Kitty Bellalrs." As everyone knows, it was a success In book form before Da\'W Belas-eo adapted it to tho stage in hie own inimitable manner. Thlr season the leading part Is played by Miss Bertha Gal-land. She is one of the most beautiful young women on tho stage today,.rind Is ii«»w tmder the- personal direction of Mr. I'.cluseo. -Sw- et Isilfy Bellalrs" calls for !t I'.tHt of able aciors. and the support of Miss Gallaud is madt up of artists well known everywhere throughout tho country. David Higgin.-» in "His I.a5t Dollar." made such a hit on the opening night of his Pittsburg engagement that the audience called him before the curtam at the end of the third act and demanded a. s(>eech. David proved equal to the occa-i^ion, uichouffh he modestly remarlced at the beginning that "I never m:idc a speech in my life In which I did not . get all tangled up. However," he added, "i feci like the eoliegc student who was asked to define a vacuum and said he knew what it »as and hnd it In his head, but could STUDENTS PRESENT COMEDY Play Received With Applause By Friends of Seniors. "Lend Me Five Shillings. ' presented by the senior class of tlie Shortrldge hlgo •chool, was received with applause. Friday evening, at the ('alcb Mills halt Prof. S. 1. Conner assisted in the production. Prof. Conner, as Mr. Golightly, together with Arthur Collins, a.s Capt. Phobb«. made decided hits. Mrs. Major Phobbs waa tak.n by Miss Mary Holton. Otlier charactejs wtre taken by notjert Lower:'. Eoaald Morrison. Gilbert Cllppingers. na Mae Lerantlue. Donald Watson. Lillian Foor and Jessie Ragsdaie. Musical feature.« were furnished by the Glee CluD Quartet, a mueical monologiic by Mrs. .\fcGibenv, solos by Mies Irma Jean Worher, and «elections by Ml« Margaret Kaglestield. The proceeds will go towards purchasing the class gift for the hich .school.HOWE LOSES A FOOT. .««pecliil to the Saa. FRANKFORT, Ind.. Doc. lti.-Whlle attempting to shoot a rabbit, yesterday, Albert Howe's shotgun was accidentally discharged and his right ankle was ' into shreda, necessitating amputation low the knee.wmow GETS 200 ACRES. iipeclal to the s>ita. NOBLESVILLE, ln<l., Dec. 16.-Tne will of th© late Judge A. V. Shirts has been probated. The widow is given W s of land, the residence and all the i and mortgages. Sixty-seven acrcs is to bo divided equally among the three children. Tho estate Is worth »0,000. Free te Yeu My Sister Ftw to You ami Ewry Stotor WoiMn Suthiliie Fivni Woimm't Alfflwito. B wb«t other vometi k«ow. __________JtMMea. . have it^erad'aa noft women nifl«r,batt have enred myulf. Hot Immediately, nol coddenlT, bat I itudled. «x^mested, isTOTtl* gated. Marched tha world tor a cart for mf ----- troQblet. ______ It cores tha el ___Womea^ woea vield to it« atnaf« povar. Tha nSeriar, alliag «ae« of ear an , ara bioacht aiain to the foU floah aa« glow et Arlhood dayi. . .. -Wkat aboat yoar iaaghtec mHìmT ti tt Bot yoor part to «aard her. ehiald Im Crom tba aspotaresand hamUiatloas of oOce treatmeiitt Ii*l «TMl thU dre«l ordMl to thoDttniU ot MDilUTetirlf«DdyonotwomeD. WiUjroiiaot let It MT0 your dsDghter*. pride sad modMtyt Mr tn* tan dlr'i teat trMlmentwilloooTiBca you tj»t STMir CM for Imtwu wbdytafcm^ .. , . „ .........., «odmvlwallhíMrrtiniaof^UoUiOTíMit "The Uvrh-lur DqugllK-r," the iit'w ! ^n«r;U>linniit,orairabefliiiiisitntlbln. melodramatic »cnsiitluii by Owen Davis. I .S"^ J™"^"«!?"^ ■„ .bo ,.ob)lc al Eliz^belh. i SfïSrS^A^SSÂÏuÂSSï ance and ; poweiftil. yet gentle remedial afent which eares and bM cared thootandi of caee« of di»* cases of womea-dUtarbed pvte, dliplmmeat« N. J.. lust Monday night. Sullivan are the young wot on» and they am highly gratified way their protege waa received, play has a number including "New York Storm." ; deck of "The Flora." The leading role, ' el'aaUieiitleeX^' i chap»r-t tho j The 1 eaiarced cbaaael«, failing of tho VM&b, heatr ■eaa^al loee and clotuog, peinfal periodi, Ol ma..,v„ ".ot.. . irk Harbor In a dSdunea sud Um iuttIuI delfoato dlkrdm lew of Brooklyn bridge and I ^l^Jf (»ted eaeet by Un,U. Bam^ womea—cores wMdi are reoorded I keep cared, la tut and ia trath. Meg, of Mulburry Bend." is played by Una Clayton, and Francis Morey appears OS a young clergyman, the Key. John Sterling.TO CUT OFF THE PASSES. itpedal to «fte 8«a. CHICAGO. Dec. Itt.-The execuUvo ofti-cers of all rulirbads oi>cratlug west ot Buffalo will meet. Inside of ten days, to determine as to what agreement they can reach ou the anti-pass proposition, which was started about two weeks ago by President Cassatt,' of the Pennsylvania railroad. The cxccuUves will have undtr consideration the cutting off of air free passes, excepting those lasuod In «ex-clungo- by> tlio-:irarlous'>raUroa4» to ttio «»»loj!«. • : - : . , Äa_________ AadlnevaryontofBlt moi int mstnont co rrdjlabctudia______ Jll iheN cu» I Mot Ih* i complet« sud kM. abio* asoeptbyaiaaloM. IwIfldoasBaekfbryoa, ■jr dftar, |nst aa as^ ftar yoo as for aay fiilM» SÏ ^¡^^^"as'is.'sffii '^n'jSmf/(rair alUaf MUr Mlfl <k* 'iuh >H tka «ilor,(lo«M4 UI«OF INDIANAPOLISHOTEL ENOLrlSH Undw «»w MKnasamancAmeriun Plan $2 (o }3.S0 per Day European Plan $L00 (e $2.50 Per Day on Beautiful Monument Place and raOEt convenient to shopping district. MORROW t O'ROUKK. prop«. Imperial Hotel Cor. Capltol-avc. and Ohio-st. Kuropean rates. 73c to SlOO; Americaz plan. $100 and up. Rietest and most pleasant location In cit>-. Opposite Statehouse. Special rates to famlllea WM. RO R, Proprietor. 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The best place for rest or recreation or recuperation at tbia season IsATLANTIC CITY and the new FlresroolCHALFONTE is especially well equipped to aupply Ihe wants ol those who come to se. i-iiro them. Write for Illustrated Folder and Rates to THE LEEDS COMPANY ALWAYS OKN ON THE KACHXMAS HINTS A PIANOBUSH & GERTS UPRIGHTMAHOGANY CASE, v^ttiuM.. $200HAZELTON BROS. UPRIGHTEBONY CASE. CARVED MUSIC RACK$175PIANOLA METROSTVLE MAHOCANY CASE $200PIANOU REGUUR PIANOLA REGUUR EBONY CASE EBONY CASECECILIAN PLAYEREBONY CASE$ioo Any of these instruments will make a most welcomes Christmas gift. We urge an early call.Our wartroom is the oniy place In Indlanapotb where the Pianola and Pianola Plano are on ex-hìbUlon and sold. THE AEOLIAN COMPANY114 MONUMENT PLACE TIm Waaitr Gu J«t Heater asi Hat Plato •111 tat UT reo« OMtíortmbiT In th. M nMbw bT «rageM « ».tiil.1 (U. »r M^f 16. H»-renL »Htoom. or o«o. »nd «m 11«M eo.kl«». kiuiu ««tOT. rte.. th.ï. U flotkln««-. Ko odor. N. wwL N. dlrt. 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