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Tliis evening Marie Prescott plays "Czeka, the Jewcss" at the opera house. She lias a good reputatiou In this drama ' and after playing at Ene the Evenin}r Dispatch says of it : " Wheirthc curtain feil men and romen who had been too deeply Interested in the thrilling pl:iy to discuss its merits, turned and looked at each other in mute astonishment, No one had expected sucli excellence. There is a snbdued intensity of passion running all througn the ncting of O.ek i ihat is par. ticularly attractive." The Indianapolis Sentinel said : " We u nhesitatingly say Miss Prescott is one of the best actresses on the stage to-day." " The Girl I Love " at the opera house Saturday night. The Cleveland Leader says: "The play is compactly wntten and the plot is intenvoven with comedy that kept the good sized audience present in an almost constant state of laughter. The company is a jfood one and the personagesof the drama, being mostly strongly m.rked character p-n U, are well presen ted ut its hands." The Sr. Louis Po.tDispatcb says : " The play has a strong plot, intense dramatic situation, interesting story of the home circle and its inlluence for good, while the star part of Peter Grump, the lawyer, is the best American character creation of the present century. The soubrette of the company, Daisy Rimaden, who personates I'olly Mellon. S aud dMhlng little commelienne who is mistress of the live .est pa r of heels we have seen for some Se taÜ of business, and when she w , on the boards mernment prevails to a lively ae aammn&mmÊÈÊmmeËmmÊÊmmmmmmÊmmmmmm Tlie Banker'g Danghter, Wedneidny December 26. Üt' the merlta of the company, the Lafayette Daily Journal says: The Ippera Hotud ivns well tilled last eventng hy i large and f'ashionible audience. Tbeplay as announccd was admlrably prewnted, both in scenery and acting. It was i raii: ircat and way abnve the averafte. We congratúlate the audlence on thelr ootl fortune ot' being tbere. ThUiica Journal siysof theplnjr: Stron jiaints, and its sombreness is relieved by a thread of very enjoyable comedy. The ploy was well pre.sented. In the Sclieneetady Daily Union, September 19, was the following: The company deserves everythiua; good that can be said about it, and the production of this great society drama In such au able manner reflects great praise upon the management in procorlng its presence here.


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