Five footlight fairies, whose faces and forms charm audiences in London, Paris and New York.
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A Female Who Was Not Allowed to Exhibit Her Terpsichorean Abilities.
Actor Ricardo’s bluff jump from the stage to the audience at the Grand Opera House, Columbus, Ohio.
Spaulding & Rogers’s Floating Circus Palace.
Mrs. Dunsford, of Reading, Pa., meets with a mishap in a theatre.
Two of the charming girls who pose as "living pictures" in Rice's "1492" have a wordy war, which ends in a hand-to-hand conflict.
Poster for the 1898 Broadway show "Have You Seen Smith?"
Two Little Gem Theatre, Buffalo, N. Y., Soubrettes have a scrap on account of a man.
Mattie Salter killed by her brother, who didn’t know it was loaded, Sandersville, Ga.
Miss Mattie Salter died recently at her home, two miles east of Sandersville, Ga. From the effects of a rifle ball fired by her brother. John Salter had come in to dinner, bringing a loaded rifle, which he laid on a bed. After finishing dinner, he picked up the rifle, pointed it at his sister, who was in an adjoining room, told her to look out and pulled the trigger.
The ball entered behind the ear and lodged in her head. She suffered intense pain and for several days had been in an unconscious condition. Her vitality was remarkable, considering the serious ness of the wound. Salter stated that he did not know the rifle was cocked. No coroner’s inquest was held, as her death was caused by accident and the act of her brother was simply carelessness.
Reprinted from National Police Gazette, December 9, 1893.