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-n Aiknlinn Wninr. woll
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roncy noiuers zo,04o,u j . 04
In 1893, Medal and Diploma.
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NANCE O'NEIL AS LEAH.
Of Nanco O'Neil
who is on hor
way luro to all
n brloE oocai'P-
inout ot twelve poriormnncps,
upported by tbo MuKeo Raukiu
Uoinpaoy under tho dirpo ion of
Mi'Kon llaukin nml Jj, it aloclc
wall tho San Franci60 Examiner
of Spt. 21st eays:
iNanco UJNoil Has stirroa tho
That "etranen will woman with
baro ebouklora and flying hair,"
who last Monday niche at the
Columbia rashed out among tho
simple, common villago folk aud
with head thrown back and aplou
did upward sweep of her strong
white arm, criod oat: "1 am a
Jewess I What would " yon with
mo?" has given tho blaso theatro-
ooor, who smiles a cold stailo
from tho teoth nut at mplodiama
and stndioa tragedy through a
lorgpotto. a new sonsatiou.
In it thfre is sarpriBO not uti
mingled with prido.
No one is yet quito willing to
call ber great, hut thoro i such
promise of crentoese in her thttt
ven tbo Huff head who giggles
and declares, "I must go lo see
that Lnmeon girl aotl" dimly re
Ooo cannot care muoh for tho
play she was soon in during the
week, and 000 cannot help b.'ing
improsspd by the woman sue ortt
ated. Thero is somothini; very
individual in her Leah tlmt
itormy Leah with passion-dis
torted face and arms uplifted in
in agony of wounded love at the
xburoh door, and that forgiving
Leah whoso bitterness melU away
with one quick sob at tho words of
a little child tlat pploudid al
most bibljcul woman with mighty,
Thero is somolhing indivilual
in tho big faultiuos of Nnucu
O'Noil's acting. Shq i 3 so fiei coly
in earnest that she- drnws th
obaracter with a heavy, forceful
band. She makes 100 prodigal
use of her deop, vibrant voice.
She ponrs out her emotions in n
There is something vory indivi
dual in hor natnrtlnexs. She dis
regards fitnge traditions lit wholly
as though buo werothefirt woman
in tho world whose heart was
moved and whoso passions torn.
The very strength of her pro
miai of greatness lies in ber hero
io mold, in tho prod gn'.ty of her
gift aud in her dmiiig.
And Nanco O'Neil belongs to
Five years oro to he exact, on
tho night of October 1G, 1893 -n
tall, gaunt, fir-bairod Oakland
girl made her first npoonranco on
any stago in "Sara," at the Al
OHzar. "Sara" was n mediooro molo
drama founded on tho story of
Sophio Lynns, a notorious female
thief, and tho part that tbo Oak
land girl played was a small one
an ontrance, in few words and
To tbo world nt.largo it had not
even the importance of an jnui
dent. To tho.cirl it was nn event.
Bbb wte"t& xMhXjci fir&b
from sobool, with all the dosire of
bor young heart set on becoming
an nctress a groat actrPBs.
M0K00 Rankin was a king at the
Alcaznr thpn, nnd this is bow the
obanco of her life canio to her, an
ho tells it:
" Tho cast ot the play calls for
two nuns, and, to renhzo the pio
turo I had in my mind, needi-d a
tall girl to piny ono of the num.
Who cn I got?" looked myself,
and then 1 thought, ' Why, there s
that tall girl with the fair hair
who camo to mo with a letter from
Peter Robertson. She'll do. I'll
eond for her.0'
That makes Paler Roberhon,
who U the xentlest of good critic,
ftBirt of fairy godfather to the
MoEep Rinkin aoled on bis im
pn'so. He buutpd up the letter tn
mike euro of the name, aud sent
for tho girl, and to it camo nbonl
that on tho night of October 1G,
11-93, she walked on tho stag.) of
tbu Alcazar in tho norabpr garb 0
a nun, spoko a frw word and
walked off, and that thero was a
line on tho Alcazir program that
LQlotn,. VMaa Afinn fin..
MoEee Rankm, Mrs. McKep,
Rankin, Phyllis Raukin, who is
now here an Mis. Sidnoy Drew;
HerewarJ Hoyt, Mrs. F. M. Bates
aud Blanche Btot were all in the
oast and were all duly mentioned
iu the notices of the next morn
ing's papers. Among thpm, of
cpurse, a Mil's Gertrude Lams on'n
name did not appear, but Ihe giil
was Batisfled. She had made a
start in her cureer.
Having mado a start, she stock
unswervingly to tho road tho hud
Up and down tho oountry, from
.Montana to Texa, through the
Sonth aud tho East, she has gone
witn tne Mciv.ee ltankiu Uompany
paying every prt that was giyen
nor nud doing tho boat with each
tlat ebo kuow bow. " Captain
Tommy," in " Tho Danitips," was
ihe brst part she Bliowed any abi
liiy in. Shn mndi a hit in the old
molndrama "Storm Beaten." at the
Barbank Theatre in Los AnoeleB.
Shi fell into tbo leading plaod that
Jettreys-ijenis lett vacant in a
huff, nnd last winter she captured
JNew a ork completely.
And now, after flvo years, eho
has oome back as Nanco O'Neil.
About her going thero is a littlo
story with more of JNow England
iuu uauiornia uavor,
Sho is daughter of George F
Lamson of Odkiand, auctiono?r
and Baptiet, a conservative man
of rigid religious pnuciplos.
man who sot bis faco resolutely
agtinst tho singe as n plaoo for bis
daughters and whoso daughters
Thiongb tho years of their ab
sence he did not become recon
ciled to the slago, ho still believed
it would bavo been belter for his
daughter to live the orderly 00m
mnuplaon life of conventional re.
BpeotahiHtyto marry, to set
fttadUbiUrUa Ua bit WJu, td tld
n he . ft It iu 01 11 eh
Ou Tn 'odhv niiv t lip
( id 1) )1 i:'
r W N" -'
.1 O'Neil -bis daughter
-ou the kqro for tae
. Ho us tho spliiid.ri
no hud it n a bo),) os
his arm bWtiy tho auui
a ma 1
1 llllf o
once with the tumnlluous pasbions
of the Jowees, move them to tears
and win thoir applause, lie sat
quite still, bis face a mask and
ouly once ho made n move, whe
ther to applaud his daughter's
power or to go out only ho can
tell. After tho performance he
felicitated her on hor success with
calm politeness. Sho did very
"I did't think it was in you
Gertrude," and futhorly solicitudo
coming to tbo surface, "lou II
wear y out self out, I'm afraid."
What ho said to his pillow,
whether his beait tilled and over
flowed, it is not for us to kuow.
AyarU Haranparllta Canfnry.
It recently happened that a res
ident of Lowell desired to pay a
bill duo to a fiiend who is a niedi
ml missionary in BntiBh India.
Tho frioud from that faraway
country snggostoJ that it be paid
iu Ayer'a Sirap.rilla, which he
said is reckoned "as good as gold."
Ou application tho J. 0. Ayer Co.
readily gave an order on their
Bombay agente for a quantity ot
Sarsaparilla to an amount equiva
lent to tbo face of the bill. A
letter dated Rahari, India, Oct. 18,
ba just been received in Lowell,
whioh Bays: "Tho Sarsaparilla
was duly received aud as it
has a regular market quota
tion price, was couverted iuto
ca-h witti tho utmost facility.
Whatuvor may be said about
other 8aaparillas and tho modi
al valuo of thoir contents, thin
fact remains, that Ayer's Sarsa
parilla is so well known in India
ihat it has a market value, de
pending upon tbo fluo.atiou of
ihe Bilver rupee, as much as cot
ton or any other staple goods.
This is not tbo case with nn
other sarsaparilla of Amoiicnu
makors. Tho natives of this
country are very conservative.
ud unless an article is well
known they aro sby about using
11. a nauve win taico a Dome 01
Ayer's Sarsaparilla from my dis
pensary and walk oh! with it
witbont raising a qnootion an to
us purity or curative qualities.
This is tbo truth, nnd I do nt.t
cruplo to let 30 1 mnko what
ever u?o of the statement you
may cbnose. Tho buccpbb of
ibis remedy in this country show
what judicious advertising of a
merilouous article Las accom
plished. If I had money lockod
up in quantities of any medicine I
would prefer Ayer a oaraapanlla
to any otbor twenty times ovei,
fur I know thit I could get my
money back in the formor cane,
while in tun other I rhould hav
to rttml it bottlo by bottle iu
order to realize my monoy."
these words are tho moro valu
able bocnuBe written to ono wh
has no interest in Ayer's medi
cine, any morn than any oitizeu
if .Lowell should bavo who kuows
that these remedies, put up in our
city, are known the wide world
Tho gentleman to whom tho
communication from which we
quo'o wa sent says that the lettei
xbows bow the world has grown
small eioce, ns a boy, ho first weul
to British India. Then it required
two mouths timo nnd G5 cents
lostago to get a letter to Bombay.
Tho communication in question
was written at a station two or
three hundroJ miloi inland from
Bombay, Oct. 18, and was deliver
ed io Lowell Nov. 12, bearing In
dian postage stamps equivalent to
flvo cents in value. From the
Lowell Morning Times, Nov. 14,
An Uon.it OtT.r.
Dear Edilor: Kindly inform
your readers that if written to con
fidentially, I will cheerfully make
known to them In a sealed letter,
froo of cbargo, tbo p'an pursued
by which I waH permanently ros
lorod to perfoot health and manly
vigor, after years of Buffering
from Nervous Weakness, Sominal
Losses and oexual ieoblencB9.
1 bave nn scueme to got monoy
from nny ono I bavo nothing to
sell or send U. U, V., but am
simply anxious to mako kuowo
to'nthprs who may bo Buffering as
1 did tins means ot certain and
permanent cure. Address, 0.
Johnson, Box No. 003, Delray,
Mich, 1039 -ood
Nicely furnished rooms at ihe
CARL KLEMME, PnorniETOB.
-Tho most delightful spot In
tholslands. Extenslvo Improvements
being mado for tho entertainment of
tho public. Cottages for rent. Bowling
Alley and Coffee Garden.
A Flood of Electric Lljhtt
FIno Sea Bathing!
Rooms by tho day, week or month.
Telephone 889. 1013
Beaver - Lunch
B. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
fhe Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Oofffea
AT AH. HOCM.
THE FINEST BRANDS Of
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OX BAKD.
REVOLUTION AGAIN I
The Queen Furnishes Supplies.
Tub Chinese Exclusion Act ooe
INTO EFFECT UEIIE. t
A first-class French cook has been em
ployed by the proprietor of the Queon
Ilotol, and a complete cbango In telug
made In tho dlulug room service.
Tryadlnuor, Sunday, Op m.,at'60
cents (30 to those holding tickets), and
you wilt fully understand.
Annoudces to tho public that he la now
opon for engagamonts to tako charge ot
Banquets, Balls, Dinners and Garden
Parties, Socials, etc
Address care- Union Expross Company
Excelsior Dining Saloon
S3S NUUANU ST.,
NEAK HOTEL ST.
OH AS. LINDt Prop'r.
First-class moaU. under tho suDorvls-
lon of a while man, sorvud frniu 6 a. m.
1'oalolllco Box 112.
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPPLETOX, M'o'b.
This is a modern up-to-date American
restaurant. Kxcellont meals for 26 cents.
No. 629 FORT STREET.
Ths Elite lee Cream
IOS HOTBb STRttttY.
O&kes and Candies,
Fine Im Cream.
Our eitibllihmtnt It thi fimit rtiort In th city
CllnJMut OpCTtlll no'clotlcp.a.
. - i
A First-class Ttorart In every respect.
Tho best 25 oont luoal to bo hail.
ICE CKEAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK UOP A CO.,
Borotanla and Fort streets.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING GO'.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. 0.,
Office and Parlors .
GU &G10 Fort St., near Ho'tol.
Telephone 170. . ' '
If you want your Currlipn or Phaten
Repaired or Trimmed, call on
J. U. DUSHALISKT,
Hotels and i
Homo mm Restaurant
r ". iui