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A. B L O JVl Model Block, Fort street
MARIE, THE CHILD ACTRESS
Murle was mil) 10 )eir old, but since clilltlrcn do," unci bend her head uvo
tilic was four kIii- lind In in before the a pari of xintio new play.
Itmtllglils .ik mi uctresii Her life li.itl ' And mi I lie .irH from I In 10 hail
Im'n Him of work, work, work. Willi J lulled l flowly very slowl) for illllr
i nl u few wcokH ouch summer for rest Mario, thu clillil tictrrss. And, soim-
filnl lilrvi 1 I no ii iniiitu linil iiiimll fliu.'
xiiii jmi(i nil inii inn iiuii u niiiuii ,-
utrlial compaii) nf llii h own, her moth-
r In'lnt! lliii "Ii'.iillni: l.ul" lo liur
Inllii r, who was tlio "stur."
'1 lie totupmi) unit liy tin mime of
"Tlio Anderson Dramatic Company,"
unil pln)ed throughout lliu Western
mill Southern .Stales in tho smaller
til lea mill towns, fur no treat reputa
tion huil CliurlOH Anderson, tlio "slur."
In each of the pluH produced by "The
Andorsoln Dramatic Company" llicro ,,nce anil smeared plentifully on tho
wan u child part for llttlu Marie tolejebrows. Tlicro was the red groan
appear In Ami In some of the places' anl tor dieelts. nostrils, linn ami unm.
lion, she grow to liati morn anil inure
Hid Ioiik wicks of ichtursul i'ir full
pri'pamlory to slatting out "on tour.
Ami thu smell of the grease paint be
mine mora mid more. hIcUi-iiIiik lo hei
as Blie stood In front of her mother each
itl Klit going throtiKh the process of lie-
Iiik "made up" for her part. There wus
the black grease paint, which wan iIhIi-
lioil m Iht tw.iiHliiH riililii.fi nrmin.l I
I the eyes to give them a lonr appear-1
FIND THE SOLDIER
where thoy plaed tho town papers
mild Unit she whs thu only member of
I lie company thai did not deserve nil
i isotrltlclsm. Alwii8 upplaiiHO greet
i d Utile Marie as soon as she stepped
on thu stage, and morn followed when
hhe had llnlshed her Much.
oer which was laid the thick ivhltc
powder, to be softly uud lurefnlly re
touched with rouge.
And then followed the long hours ot
the play, during which time little .Marie
must stay clone to the wings walllnt,
unil listening dutcly for lur cuo to
lint llttlu Muilo lined not tho stage .,c, forMir(1 , tlllKt Ani, ue.
In spltu of her success. Often In the lttec lcr ,,,, un ,,, ,,, ,lu B,lv.
hotels where they lived during tliel'tred In the wings, growing very sleepy
annual tuurs nhimt tho country Murle.lnml rr ,rcl
would watch from her windows thel 0ne night, however. Illtlo M irle did
hlldien on the streets, and almost en- ol sller ,,,.,, ,,, loW AuiVsMi
vled-lf ho fooling of .mj could l'0Hwept about the wall curtain and si int
H.lil in have eei mleied her K" K ueory ul the wings, mukl.u ovru
little l.ieast-tl.elrf.eodom. How tl.ey',U) growllpi ttra 1CmseHc-i during
iinilil i mi ami romp arid laugh and tllelr ullts. uh, these beastly i oun
hhout while she. the cl.lld-uetress. must , llcllttls me I1(), lLro ,
le.naln Indoors with her mother, golns .,.,. ,. . ,, . , , , llU ,
almost chattering. "Vcs, and .i fu.v
seasons of this barnstorming will it'll 1c
our health," lemaiked thu thuiuiUv
woman, a dear little person with n del
icate constitution. "Now-, look ut Ihat
child pointing lo Marie she has hare
urms and neck and not even a Mil
about her Khouldors tu protect her from
the told What are some people think
Ing of, I wonder?" mid the "chmaclcr
woman" went to Marie mid put her arm
about the child's shoulders.
"Oh, I'm not cold," said Marie, al
though us she spoke she shhered. "I
feel us though I wire burning up In
side," she went mi. "And my hea.l
hurts here," putting her hand to. her
temples. "1 urn ad aid I'll forget u
lines, for I feel so queer somehow "
The "character woman" placed her
hand on the child's brow, exi (aiming
"Why, see lure, Maile Is burn In; i.p
with finer Goodness, she can't go on
Onu of the acturs, waiting In the
wings for his cue, stepped nuliWy '
Murlu and felt her pulse "Yes, about
101, I'd say," he remurkeil. "She ougl.t
to be sent to the hotel "
"Let me go. oulcM" said Marie. "It
will be my cuo In another second." Ainf
she tripped close to 111" wing fiom
whole she wus In make her outturn ) on
inly to I lie thtatei In the mornings in
lelu'irsu mid In thu evenings to play.
Ami i very afternoon after luncheon sho
must sit down und study her lessons
H i It Inn them lo her mother when
Ii allied. Then sho might Ho down and
sliep two long hours when other lit
tle ones were In the sunshine und nlr
enjoying their wholesome pla to rest
lor the night, when her work would
Win ii she begged her mother lo nl
llnw hoi In go unil hoc ome aeipiulnleii
with the chlldien In the streets that slut
iiilgblh live playmates sometimes, sho
wus ill nil d the privilege, her mother
Idling her that us Hhe was an mtress
she must keep hoiself aloof from the
1 1 si of the world; otherwise, she would
buome "lommou" mid people would
leel no uirloslt) to see her on the
"No;,', thf mother did nut le.illj
moan In hoRcviic- with hot little ilatigh-
tci, foi she loud hoi viiy diarl) ami
wanted In sou lur rise In the profes
sion. Indeed, the poor woman often
ulil In Mai In
"Some ih, ni) dciir, jou'll bo u groat
Mar mid people will full ut oill feet,
Thou vuil will bo glad that )ou did not
watle voin Hiiing joiih In Idle play
like the rn.iloi Ity of tblldrci do but
-i vl o NT" Jp xj? '3Brsr
LITTLE BIOGRAPHIES OF BIG MEN I
In thu Itusslan Ullage of VlchvntlJ Vlllolng said, "I shall gladly under-
nctz, on the Dniester, near the fron tako this bov'a musical education free
t'er of the government rtf I'odolsk nnd of charge."
Kessarabla, Anton Grletorlevltch Hn And from that day the little Ilubln.
blnsteln was born November 1C, 1829. stein was In tho hands of his master.
In his autobiography Rubinstein tells To quote from his autobiography:
us that not till bo was In his sixtieth "In my eighth year I began to study
oar did ho know tho exact date of his with Vlllolng. and In my thirteenth
birth, his Ignorance on thu subject be ' jeur my musical education was com.
ing due lo a lapso of memory on thu plotcd, for I never had another music
part of tils mother. It was only after teacher."
careful examination into the local doc. Al 10 cars of age Jlublnstcln gavo
iimcnlB bearing upon such events in 'his first concert, plajlng In Moscow,
tlio town of HiiblnBtoln's birth that tho I At 11 he was on a concert tour
ICtli of November was fixed upon as throughout Europe, playing before tho
I elug without doubt thu correct datu ; most enthusiastic audiences, tho
of his birth. I crowned heads showering favors uron
lint Rubinstein, having celebrated ,thn tleserv lug llttlo genlu'i.
"I'ttis a Icrrlblo time when Pram
Went In mid dined her door,
'1 hat she might shut out tho sound
Of the sickening initio's roar.
I Iliil a soldier brave led u bund
'Ihat suppressed thu rioters bold.
Would j on like, to n him Then look-
I'or bo's In the inulllrt, I'm told.
the next act "Why diar child, Imv
hot your hands are!" she exclaimed.
"Are J on 111'' I woudi rod bun joii hap-,'
pined u lorr.it jour line tonight the
first time J on have ntodid promptln,;
Elmo juii wore live Hut )our handj
really burn Into m palms 1 four J on
uro not well, Xliirlo"
The chllil looked lulu her mother's
anxious face and, miilcrslauillifg I n
illllUult It would be for tho lumpany lo
continue tlio plu without her, uniosit
It riemed to Marie that she would indeavorlng In vain to git one leol,
never get through tho second mt, ot recognition or ono little word oi
dressed us she was in heavy siiovvsIimk understanding.
nnd fur cloak the coitume necossai) U )alt thu fcr 1)roi. unii jip-
for I or pait Already her blood scemul wa out ot llanBcri )Ut lery thin anil
on fire and llioso heavy, hot parments ,,, aml wcaki 0lu, mornlng, as nor
Inciiaaed her lemperaturo. When ut moth(r sat beside her. she asked feebly,
last the curtain wont down on th last ..Whero nro tho others! How ran the)
net Mario, htr ejes burning with u fov- gl,t without ust"
crisu iigiu. ii jmiu iiiriiugii ieniiie me. . ,iprl.W i lnvs mv nart." e-
tho 18th of November as his birthday
for so many years, decided It was too
lata In his life to change the "family
fotu day," as he was pleased to call It,
nnd continued to observe the ISth us
tho dale of his nativity.
Very early Rubinstein showed a
marked talent for music, and his moth
er, herself a clever musician
THE HOU8E SPIDER
This Insect, though perfectly harm
less, Is not a desirable Inmato In the
Lome, and Is especially feared by the
children of the household. It gets Its
spared namo from Its habit of living In
chest sank on tho floor of tho dressing-
plained her mother, "And they have
llml inn ii.mfilln il ii lim I fllllll tllOIll
- . . !.l. .. .i...... ,.,il ..I...L.. il.l(u.t
mil l,i it illmbliiK thu ladder of fiiuo '"" "' " i'"-" " -"' "
Whtnd win it little ghl I was nlluveijlril to inunima ubout my-my-fovcr
in while uwuv my valuable llinu In plai , I'll '' " rlKlil nfter I get to bed mm
when I wus not In hdiool. and now I'm. '" " 'lrl" 'f l0''l " ,
r.hl) iiuilln'ri- In my piofo.luu, wluro-' Then she hoard horiueund ran llgbi-
.if, If I hud I ecu put lit this uillslle iy mi i"" "'k. k '"h
i ailing carl) and :iiiivonted fiom linn- ' lesponso to lliu burst of iipplaiibe
lug away fiiini II I would now bo pla)- Hiat greetQd lur. Hut when sho turnei.'
iigbufiilutliiMiiiHiiiilhoiiilsof r.iunpe, to spcalt lior linos In thu "sliu" li-l
nnd iiioilill) Iih Iho Idol of Aiueiiia" lUiloi) fulled lim, and she hid In bo
Ho lllllit .Mnile. thinking that Jiff uimiiuM nil through Iht siciih At
paionlH know what wus fur her good. last, vv lino she mailu hoi exit, her motli-
vviiiild lieu to u llllle, mournful high, u-wlm left Um slugu nt llio siiuu inn.
wijIiik: "Vos. iiiaiiiiiiii ileiii. I kiiiiw iiniil look lur hands us tiny hurried
J'ni iiiiiiulily in jiiil I" 'I" "il"" In Iholr iliosslng loom m irpiuun for
,vm ... ,...v. ...i. . ........ . nart ... Tho nlav docs very
they might rehearse tho play with hi 1 1 hid lo car') lur to the hotel, wluru . f without It " I
part mt mil. which iinilil not bu don.i she vas put In bod und u doctor sum- . . , , , , , , .
!....., i ..i.i. .i i. . ... I.... . .ii .i. ,.i...i- "Oh. that It m kht nlwavs do nlcdy W
llir HUH periuriimilLC, Sliu IM1ILIVI lri.tii- llinu, i I ileum, Mtiu, ptiiu inn M,fc.- -- -- - ....... .
i.. .i .. .... ..A. i .. 1....1 -o... .. ......,i,.r,. w It hotil t." sighed Mario. "I loin; to
oil III lit 11 Uliy llllli'a, nun, in p'iiw in iiuii nun umii 14,0, iww, iriiii" .i.i...-, ....,, . , ,, ,, ,
.,.,..' ........... i ....I.. ....'. 1.1..1... co back in V uv and. where I've Ltd
lior ucillllg li)liic-n, ijiiiiiiiik ""'il mm v'l .vuiy itibu I
ANTON RUBINSTF.IN I
could give him Alexander Vlllolng, a
celebrated music teacher, was sought i
pirdied throat. ' 'r rolu In, Tor many days Marlo ramble,,, a e.y unm " - ' ' "" " " " ' - ,
No, mninnia, dear, do not fhioiigh gioeu woods, pl.ijed ny""" "- i" "..-- -- -- - - - -
' , - -.1 , . .,...,..( l 1....1 ..In. iimln. n,,l llin nnl.l in, nn.i.il I., ..n In.nn
the jil iy
bo um isy I'm all right. Hut I mutt I streams of crystal water, romped with ' "'J iu. ..-,....w ....- - -. ..- ";" '"'
limit linti. ,i. i.i, ..I. win ni i . lecamo '"l" '" '" l"""n """ ' ' "' '"" '"' "" v" .
loufoss I wus thinking of otlur thin
tonight Instead of my pail, mid tint iral whllu-wliigod fiilrhs, but never
made me forgot. I'll tr to do b'Ut, ri onto in her delirium did he uppmr
in the next ml " upon the l ik Never onio did shu go
"Via. dear, von mutt not noulod vot .'uvor lliu HlloH of II lilllV or slllliiMlu
wmk fur iili-uistlu biilldliiK." laid her iliniiiKli a m w part nt rehearsal In while toil area ihlld shall you fcoiipoi am not pressed for money." the good
You tli-ill go in mo loumry
odllier time nor pains In Instructing houses, stables nnd out-butldlnci,
him on tho piano. When tho little An whero It is secure from wind and
ton was between five and six he would rain, both so ruinous to Its delicate
sit for hours on tho high stool In front house. In thu weaving ot Its web the
of thu piano, his mother beside hlmrouso spider shows real Ingenuity,
carefully watching nnd directing thu building it un a large scale to Increase
tue ol thu small nimble ftugeis as they tho chance of securing prey. In Its
plnjed exercises to her "one, two silken web tho spider lies hidden,
thrie," or ran without tiring tho dim- watching for tiles or olher small In
cult scales. sects which may become entangled In
While Anton was still very oung tho meshes of tho web. Though the
his parents removed to Moscow, and spider's web may seem a poor, frail
there the child's musical education be. thlnr, there Is, however, something
gan in earnest. His mother's ontliu-' wonderful In the mechanism of Its
slasm was roused by hearing an "In-'construction. The fragil threads and
rant-virtuosi" play In Moscow, and sho lines arc carried through a most Intrl
ut once decided her gifted child should rnto and perfect design, showing his
have better training than she herself cpldership to be quite an artist In the
iWCTiftWyrffi&Vvt!B! of building.
PIQGIE'S BAD LUCK
I'lggle In a pig pen
Without nn ear ot corn;
I'lggle very hungry,
And feeling so forlorn.
Near to I'lgglo's pic pen
Stands a crib of corn.
I'lggle sniffs his noulet.
And sa s, "fiuro as I'm born
"There is food In plenty,
Knough to last a year,
If I could but manage
To get out of here."
So hn looks about him
For some exit; then
lie decides to root out
Undirncath tho pen.
Quick lie goes lo rooting
With his main and might.
And beforo the mornlux
lie bad taken flight.
Across to tho big corn crib;
Hut when he draws near
llo finds the crib Is pig-proof,
And ho doesn't get an carl"
no l heaters nor rehearsals' "I.itus hear him pla)," Vlllolng said '
"Vim must not talk, dturest," lur Htiblnsteln sat down at the piano and
mother said genii) "And )ii niii)' ran through somo nitislo tho master
lost easy In lour mind, for nuver again placed on the rack beforo him "As 1
liiollur, iiuldtl) illsioblng luriolf in lliu realms where tho doinnii I'ovi'i led
slut talked "Now, hot Into )imi (oi-jher nil was delightful In her childish
ttiiiio (oi lliu noxl ail, mid, iibovu nil fnney, nnd fur du)s she laughed, pint
llilngs, lUteiiu tlio iiiiauio )on if, I, Ikd timl lu)(d, lur mother b) Imr sldo
BULLtTIN AD8. PAV
Indearuldgiaudiiiaiiiid giaiidpiuml can" illttle shop, for happiness filled her
live Just us )ou want tu Ho, bo vol) And Marie, n llttlu song of happlnet: childish heart and now she longed to
quid und Kit will ai quickly as )im on her lips, closed her eyes tu tuka agct well.
1 1 irn-- niiiiiiMirtanrfn -tw- - mini ii maiMhisWi liiHiimii