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BVCN1N11 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It.. SATURDAY, FEB. 9. 190..
MADE ON A PROFIT OF BUT 15 PER CENT
An Open Letter
FROM THE MAXWELL-BRISCOE MOTOR COMPANY.
TO AUTOMOBILE BUYERS:
You've said yoursslf and heard others say "I'll buy an automobile when prices are reason
able." Well then, buj now. For we are selling Maxwell automobiles on as close a margin
and as small a profit as any other manufacturing business. We would open our books to you
with perfect frankness to show the actual cost of manufacturing, the cost of material, of our
labor and would prove that the profit to us on Maxwell cars is less than 15 per cent., and,
knowing this, you will agree that we have brought the era of legitimate prices.
At the time of organization, one question to decide was, what would be our policy. First,
would we make cheaper priced can corresponding in power, in size and in design to those
made by existing comn'.nies, sellini; them at a legitimate profit and at a price from $200 to $300
less, or should we build cars with the "stuff" in them, making them $200 or $300 better?
That is, costing us $200 to $300 more, but selling them at the same price? We decided on
this latter policy, the result of which has been that with ar. existence of a little over two years,
the Maxwell sales are second largest in America, and the Maxwell is considered among popular-priced
cars as the standard by which all others are judged.
We ca.i build cheaper automobiles, we can use cheaper materials, we can economize in la
bor, w. can build cars, for instance, to sell at $500, yes, even for $300. Some carriage makers
make $19 buggies, some piano makers make $100 pianos, but they are not Brewster buggies,
they are not Steinway pianos. No more are cheap cars Maxwells. The difference lies in
The Maxwell Runabout at $825, the Maxwell Touring Car at $1,450, and the Maxwell Car
Be Luxe at $3,000 are the best automobile values in the market today for the money.
These, Mr. Reader, are facts. Frankly, we are at a loss to understand why men still buy
automobiles with the engine under the body, with the single chain-drive, with wooden bodies.
Such buyers consider first cost only, they forget the cost of maintenance. The-' "pass up" sim
plicity, reliability and comfort.
You want proof. Ask a Maxwell owner, ask one who has driven his car thousands of miles
with practically no "up keep," no cost of maintenance. Ask the man of .the family, for the
Maxwell is preeminently the "American Family Car." Remember that out of what you spend
for n Maxwell, as small a portion represents the profits made as in uity standard article you buy.
1 " Yours truly,
MAXWELL-BRISCOE MOTOR COMPANY,
Tarrytown, N. Y.
THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF THE FAMOUS MAXWELL CARS HAS JUST ARRIVED.
INSPECTION IS INVITED AT THE OARAOE. -J Til XI
The Von Hamm-Young Co., z.
S -L J-L.'JW
Use Carnation Cream with you!
cereal and you'll reproach your
self for not having done so be
fore. Its richness is such that it
can be reduced one-half without
lessening its rarely delicious fla
Is always uniform in quality. 'I he
product ol litrils of healthy, content
ed cows. Evaporated and .sterilized,
it is absolutely term ami bacteria
frte. You will find it a perfect
shortening, far preferable to cooking
butter or lard.
Do you like Creamd CliLVeoc Mkt llneittlmt
will) Carnstlun Cream and maik how wvcry tt ll
HENRY MiY & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
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tight - fitting
it sticky ami
and be cool
Accept no imitation, we sell the original.
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-A comple.e selection of all ,i. and
styles for sale by us.
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Corset Covers Come
Time hat elapsed since ordering them but they are equal to ex
pectation! In daintiness and quality.
The covers are spring stylet, substantially made and so daintily
trimmed that they will Increase the pretty effect of any shirt waist,
on any wearer.
The tlzei Include all measurements, and the prices are:
IDc, 25c, 50c, 7Sc, $1.00, 91.25, $1.50.
Your Inspection It solicited.
NUUANU betw. MOTEL and KINO 8TREET3.
I IW.1I IBMeTeHFaPT?""g gSS-yqeg
Beretania, Alakea and Union.
in hot weather depends on what you
wear next to your skin. Automobile
rides, electric fans, cold drinks, won't
make you forget the discomfort of
warm, close-fitting garments. Sub
stitute 3.V.D. UNDERWEAR
AND BE HAPPY.
?1 iyi I f-1kt,i-lxr I . g-
iVI 'ViCI ITi&r My, UX,CX.
COR. MERCHANT AND FORT STS.
Last Saturday was the biggest
meat day we have had in months. We
are going to have another one tomoi
row. You cannot get such meat any
where at the price. Saturday only.
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Hawaiian Gun Club To
Have ManyEvent Shoot
LONG.PROGRAM FOR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
The house committee oi 111" Hawaii
an dun Club, composed ot K II. l'or
ter, J. Itobb ami J. W. I limey, held u
meeting Inst night nml mtuploliil the
(irruiigcmenu for tlm tilioot which will
Inke plucu on tue club Ri-ouudH lit Ku
kunko on Washington's lllrthclay. The
khoot will be the ocvanlou of u full day
of enjoyment for nil the member of
thi; club nml tlii'lr frit-lulu nml the
many different events kIui nlmost ull
the chuticu necessary to win u prise.
The following pii'inrum has been de
Firm event, a a. m. 20-blid scratch
known unities, for Directum' Cup und
the chnuiploushlj) of the club. To be
won twice. Won once by I). I.. Austin.
Becolid i:vent, 'J. 30 n. in. IU-bIril
scratch, unknown niicjea, for D. ().
Hnll cup, to be won twice. Won once
by K. 11. Poller, II. K tliuiH. W. K.
Wall and J. W. II. Harvey Also tw-j
Third Kvent, 10 n. in. Visitor'
match, 10-blrU scratch, known angles:
Fourth event, II n. in. Su-blnt hand
leap, known angle. Wnlsrndc Cup,
presented by Woods & Sheldon, to be
won twice. Won once by K II. I'orter,
II. K. (laie. I.. C. KIiik mill J, W.
Harvey. Also llirLe oilier prizes.
Fifth Kvenl, 1 p. m. -Combination
iniitch, 21 birds, I! known angles, fi uu
known angles, fi unknown Ini'is and
tingles, 3 doubles; each bird broken to
score one point; three pilzes.
Sixth Dvent, 2 ji. in. Visitors' match.
10-blrd scratch, known angles; two
Seventh Event, 2:30 ji. in. Mcrcliati
dlse shoot, class, shoot Iiik, all tlelng for
prizes, idioot for that prlzo ulone; six
ElKhlfi Event, 3 p. in Consolation,
ip-ulnl handicap'. Open In those who
luivo not wun n prize during the da) ;
m mm "
.MellKiiinu'. Dec 22. Hill Squires, Urn
henvy-Weliihf rli.inijilon of Australia,
agulu nui'tessfiilly defended his tltlii
this ufteruniin on Itlchfnond lln.ro
toiirse, and It U unite evident that un
less Homo boxer in Ills' class In Inipoit
ed ho will remain unbeaten. As was
naturally expected, the contest was of
the excltliiK order, helm; almost Iden
tical Willi the other llghtH in which he
has llguied or late. Within the past
12 iiioiiIIih the bin ex-mlner, of New-
.citstle, hui accounted for every hciivj-
weight or any standing In Auslralla,
and today Mike Wllllutns, the heavy
weight champion of South Africa, who
defeated the champion of Kugland
when the hitler pugilist was In Johau
iiesburg, went down heforu hliu In as
llghtnlng-llge a muuiier as the oilier
men who hate faced him.
As booh as the bell sounded Squires,
who was u 1 to 1 on favoilte. went
straight at his man, and It was quite'
evident that he, meant business. Tack
ling his opponent fiercely, and iisliij;
both hands with a will, he kept Wil
liams very busy. The South African
attempted In stall oil tho iittack, but In
the first few sciouds Squires opened
his lip. He continued to uttuck In Hue
style, and drove his opponent all round
the ilng. When the contest had been
In progress Just n minute Squires feint
ed anil, swinging his left hurd to the
Jaw, bent Williams lo the, boaids, where
he lemalued tin 1 1 1 hu was counted out.
The victory was lecelved with loud and
prolonged cheering. When seen after
inn light Hie anguished man, whoso
nose was smashed nud eye cut, quietly
remarked, "The best man won." An
American paliou of boxing who wll
ncmed the match has expressed his
willingness, in lake Squires lo tlm
T(jiilitit will vvlinuuu ttm iiiwiiiim. ..r
""" - imo ujrv Mini, Ml ,
Hie bowling ulleys ut the Hotel Uaths
and the event is one of Importance, to
those enjojlng sHrts of vaiious kinds. ,
Howling Is one of the few games which
ai good In ail soils of weather mid1
which Iiuh been uble to hold a high
place for ccntiulcs. Tho new alloj
aiu ot me llnest possible construction
uud form a lemaikable contrast to the
ulleys. which have been built In this
Tllit If miinlinrtiiklifi Alittmil AuliI.
i.. '.:.:.:- .r "" . "-
iuii uem a special meeting lust night
lo consider (he representation or tho'
ossocliitloii lu tho championship trnrlc
games which will bo held lu tho middle
of March. J. McCniulloss was elected
captain and II, J, Auld manager, of tho
team, which will bo composed of mem
bers of the Association and of the Ka
luehanieha Manual Training School.
Training for the games will comment c
In the near future ami will be carried
out on strict lines. The Association
expects to put u very strong team lu
the field to contest for the cup which
goes to the club winning the mult
it :t a
In a recent bout at the Nntlonnl A. C.
Young Corbelt proved that he had the
paunch, but Inched the punch.
Pollock's Talks on Plays and Players
rllWMVl l'i I.IM'K
rt wk Jjit(it.ir M Vt tun J'it
.nil n Ihilc fiii ttiik mi IIiiwi.jHtiv
I l.i r(- mit Itilii itiM iilncts tl l'H1l 1 1 itt
Mriiliir, uli-t lUwtiiifliMVlifvtt rtMsiii-l
U'M' fluiu Die rtii .r mtr llliml milt(1v
lrunnllt Hum jinrc run n tmi
nivr.14 Itt liHiirlrl. Itnnffii wrti ill
clutcd mi tl.. fttiiiv.tJuliUJiul I UIk lml)
ITfOtlcnt ilnc4 nut ill-1tirh-1hi iiiH.it).
bfiM ot t mil mi tic l(ti uifiil tm tin lit i tit
of Ihti-liV, tiul IwIiih, Mr, MiiiikfU'
I'uuliU I'liiiiliT nn tlit rc-nll i.r nttl
Ofiit: Mr ritih'H th iiiitnral unli'tun
bf fiTtltlty ituLiKMvii in nuy utlirr
di.ll.nr kIihi' Dim iduih f loliiii U't'iii
llin cient uitM imt oim of tinitllujiil
till' to tti IlH) wilitlit Mr, ritili wnst
nnll.v wciil.-.l im ilit iiricimlijr tor tw
iltH'lii? Ihii ilniiiuii uii Wit uniiif t'Vi'iilii
tiilnbl In itttlltiiilri) u n t1ffl r f fur hni
n.lrfituliv. 'Ilifu. Mm., I Lip inuttrr uf
'Uiit fit linntl In Mt iilfitm at ornv
Kan- ciiiijh' for Hiitli ly tn n innn who
tr.itixl (Imt. If H U 1niMRstKlflf fur ln
ImiI1ih in iH-i up uiif tiiri liiiiiltiiiifoiisi.
y. I! h iliMtlily lttiKiniiitc fur one tioljr
111 ttUIII'J Wl HIIU'M Ht tllf HI II !( Hill.
Itll'lil. Jill SISf sir (llPfMIU It'll KUUfC't'
M ill lu.lkllif JI KiH'siIi ilfHT !). Illlnl IM't
. Tlif 'I rnlli tit lltf rilifiluii. nml mi
ft Lit nfhT tl.i tlilr.l m t nf 'Tlic
MnUrlil It.'iU nl Dm Atr, litii u
until tt.e stiiisxi iiiiiimcfr ut l In lnltr
tljtr lul rttiut ur (iMlh'if nine
Ti o Clitirutrr In
"A Slrrak ot rr.
Tfjrs outa his reiil net. "A Flirt In
tluia win ulue," li km heard to oh-k-rvr,
us n ntrciik uf fur rust suJ bluck
liolr shaitiiwi'i Itself kvtweiu tho buck
tour sad (lie r.M.ltlihU.
Alsn Dslc. KpfAklne of Monday's 110
rurrcure, eii'dllj tr. l'ltcli wlib turn
tiif out "a ililh of dosrii, or
x-vratir-iK-roud uf gross, of plats s
week.;; As s msllcr ot foci, t-Th
'truth" sud "I'br Straight ltoad" are the
tlilr.l slid fourth Kltili dramas ufffri-l
this sessoa In New York. l'h earlier
liroductlons Wfre "Ths IIuum) of Mirth"
and "rbu tllrl Wh, lias UverjrthluK."
Hhlih Is still ruimlaK at the l.lhrrty.
Ili'iduess oolr knotrs hoi7 uisnjr plsirs
llils iiuttinr bss written sluce he bricsn
IusmIiii; off uiunuscrlpts. I asked htm
lust iiucstlou thr other ulaht and ho
"lily threw up his hunils. "Myself," as
Omar sas. isti reiatl a seote. aud thero
luust Im lunny mure that nobodr remeiii.
hers itai,'jdas. Ttit aluoiie ttientrlrul
oUeairw recolleitu -lhe Amerliau
)iuhes." or "April Weather." or "A
KiitiIuoiih ltuluieir' No other man
Mlio ei it eontriliuteil to our stiiite had
us in my Nillent ihiiruiterlilli'H or its
marked uu liiilueii,,. on the driiuu of hli
line. I eiiulil uillu n MiniiiiiTiiiil: of tun,.
u words on (Jli-d,. l'ltcli. Hut don't bo
iil.iruifd. 1 won t,
Partly uorsux1 of-hl ivndiui't for
eltflrr llnht tomhes nil I li.irtlr tim-ouie
of Uo roiildlly with whlih he works,
liuilijr of t.'ljde I'llih'a ,lrtei nrs to the
lulud of the pljrtiMr lul e.ulur eanuw
Is lu tlu mouuu h of ii hungry illier.
I hey please, lull tiny do not suitufy,
lias feels thut Ihero must hoc been ii
(.real ileal lu the UUIumi or ihe riteh
brain Unit he did imt take lime to leric.
Ills genius Is spread thin so that ft may
i out u irreuler iiumlier of stlies of
This cniiiiol Iia until hufiestli with re.
fard to "(ho Tiulli," lu wfileh Olaru
llloodKOMl Is iireseuled ot tho I'rlterlou,
and wbbh Is tho most lUlllii; of tho I'lteh
offerings siueo "fhc Climbers." -I'ho
.'.,u."'. 11l" rotundity of thought
tFlUt ItldllslstAsI thitf Ii Iai In. ...- B-.
--- sw1. IUU H lWK IHII' HI IttU I
?.t.r.ui,l,V lk m.t not hve w't Mr.
I IM. hliimt'lf vau "n good nrPM."
b.irtll til'i llllUlt Uu i.lihl f Inst isr us-a i.. .. I
the bustle of UrsMiluLr crltliWm, and
partly bemuse tho rovieners tould not
inoucllu themielU'S to u leading nomiii
who us u liar. Afterward meu like
Alan Dale, Aclou Dories, uud llmuoldi
Wolf proUeU the piece to the skies.
I doul lll.e tu talk about myself, but
f he couuuil on nopular npprois for
Ui drama Mr. I'llih nu.de the stuie
?i!,,V1 ' "J"'"' TrulU" tint 1 made In
"the .liia lruy l.udy." Ho forgot that
the great majority of theatergoers prefer
'.".'!" "a "rUM t0 bumsn beings.
Iloth of us tried to meet our audiences
- -- - ...... . ... l uur nimipuiTi
half wsy by einlnloloir the noxihiiii.
oi lug, as Mrs. llrowulng has It, ''for
Li wis' a ins Irs iinln H ss ... ..! '
svnuu" In '-l flu.. Ur'.ruV1 ''!
All tho lovers of the game of golf
will leave for the Hnlelwn. Hotel to
night or tomorrow for tho White Hock
tournament which will bo held theio.
There ore over thirty entries ond the
play will be Btiro to be or high class.
The only Important change in tho
handicaps q Hint of Frank Armstmnc,
vho won tho loot Whltn Hock event,
tie made a score or ?9 and has been
cut down from three to two. The
handicap is based on 80 ns the low
More and If Armstiong hnil mndo a
louple of fflokes bolter score lio would
have been put on scnilcli. Ah It was ho
won the tourney with ono stroke to
About a year mid n half ngo Joe (laim
escaped the alimony club by convinc
ing a llattlmore Judgo that he wns tll
inpable of further fighting. Ah there
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.Major Underlet: Mackenzie, tho 327
pounder who wants to fight Jeffries, I
n graduate or Toronto University and
It. n skillful bag-plpo ilaer. lloth or
these excellent qualifications would
doubtlessly prove of great help lu :t
match ngalust the champion.
don i one Jon I.,, iiii-M. ji,'ro limiest: I
hue oii Im.iiii-.. leu're im After
nil, leuiiiils I'imii ill III. Truth. 'w
doll t lole fl.i In1. uUnH lliev le Nrfeit:
we hue llieu, hei'iius there llieui
nellrs Hut It illlii'l .nlll.e In ellher
nM. I he pluiate r's iitAl-lnm lu tho
diess ilrile. reinuly loiisdous thut tie
l-i luted beiiiuse , tils iilisolul,. taull
lesmiesi,, reluses to lake the mutter under
. Ili'ik) Umder. lu "I he 'I ruth." Isn't
reulli a woise nomiii on aeeotiiit of her
iiicdllettutn for fnlnetivmit 'I bat predl
lettloii wus liorn III her. the olTslirlug of
M-imltltruess ami liniiiitiir.il. hi, 'I he miu
iiieiiiui ,iialtly that mak,s u slHted man
able to write lies uud sell Ihelll to max.
Lines mukes tut ini-ktlled woman want
to tell lies to gild the iiiumoiiilarc, to
till n demand for romance fur In extess
of the normal supply. "I nerer told a
malicious Ile In my life," hits llecky.
Hhe isn't see lh rtil ot uninnllclous pre
inrhatlou. Neither ran I. Kten a mall-
lous Ile Is to lumh less iiuklnd than a
mnlliloua truth, llerky utmost lielleres
her own fancies. "If ou lake the ferry
to Jersey City." declares her frlenil, "you
suy joii hate been abroad." "Well." re
plies lletky. "so I bote." Poor little
Mis. Peter Pan! And then, when llecky
Is caught In her own "tangled web'
when her purposeless pretatltutlou about
meetings with a muii whom she only
sought to reionelte toward Ids Jealous
wife brings about n Ineuk with ber own
tiiHhanil. she reaps the reward, not of
rulnehood, hut of tier folly, "Hear Ood
lu hearen." she cries, "If I erer get out
of this I'll neter tell another lie." After
uhleh straightway sho accounts for
'loin's absent e In Itostou by swearing be
Is In Chicago.
Mr. I'llrh narrates the story of "The
Truth"- through nlio- chnractera four
meu, four women uud a telephone. The
lonstrmtlon Js deft, the dialogue spark
ling, nml the piece crowded with smb.
cleer -riiililsins" as the scene In which
three people wife nud friends surprised
bv liiinluMd attempt to make conversa
tion. It Is n n study of souls, howeier.
as a i lerplrsp of poyrhutogleal probing,
thut "The Truth" slilues In a glorious
light, llecky Wonlcr surely, she wss
suggested by that other llecky of Thack
eray'sIs a wonderful bit uf character
drawing. All of us know stupid. Jealous
women like lire l.lndon. We hare them
not among our friends whom we select,
but among our relatives, who are given
to us by heaven. Itolsud. father of
lletky, wtio "doesn't care which woman
supports Mm." and Mra. Genevieve ('res
ntiny, who. like Mrs. Ilrown. In "The
tllrl stid the Judge." entertains "a few
paving guests," are beautifully done.
The wuy of theatrical ambition In this
country usually Is circular. One Is a bad
actress, gets to tie a good actress, tie
comes a star, and then Is a bad actress
again. This Is not true of Clara lllood
good, who evidently has worked hard over
llecky. 1 don't know anybody lu Amer
ica who could have played the part bet
ter. Mra. Ram rlothrru's live l.lndon aud
Slda Hesrs' Mrs. t'respteny are perfect
delineations. Win. J. Kelly, George Hplnk
mid Hodgson Taylor are the men lu the
performance, nml n general air nf self,
tmtlsfsctlon seems to cover them, as men
tioning the fact does their portniyals. An
understudy wss filling Win. It. Msrk's
boots the night I wns st the Criterion.
Mr. Pitch's drama didn't exactly get
"a scfusre deal" from the local press, but
thst fact can't keep It from success.
The Troth' Is mighty and will prevail."
If "Tho Truth" Is Clvde Pitch at his
best, assuredly 'The Ktralgbt ltoad."
acted by lllanch Walsh at the Aslor, Is
Clyde l-lteh at his worst. Hut for one or
two "Klti hlsrus" of the sort nirraly de
BcrllM-d. the plsy would smaik strongly
of Theodore Krenier, It Is n melodrama
of the most arrant sort, full of Improtin.
bllltles and "bunkum." and ipilte empty
of ortgluallty ami ireallteness. Cseh act
Is like a Christmas aaliM king wttli an
orauge In Ita toe the fruit Is at the end
and all the rest hangs llinn.
Marr O'llara. called "Itniiaton Ktreet
Moll." Is known In the district which she
adorns as a prrlly lough thsrai-ter. 8he
has every rice but one, and that being,
happily, the cue generally regarded as the
uiipurdonsble sin, Mls Thompson, who
runs a settlement homo determines upon
saving her soul. This ualnitluii she no
rompllshea by pulling a ililld lu Moll's
lllunehe Walsli as Mnry O'llnra
In Clyde -'Itch's -'The StrnluM
lop, uu expedient that had never occurred
to uu body bufore, and tho rceult projects
Miss O'llara Into the next nit with a
white dross and a whitewashed character.
Now It bappeus that Ml Thompson l
lu love with Douglas 'Allies, as uuprlu-
Ipled ii loiter as was over wrlllet.. uud
Moll devlucs that her bouefoi Hiss Is
being married for uiuuey. Aicordlagly,
for no possible reason except that ti.
uuy hsvo been seeing too mauy plnis by
A. W, I'luero, Moll lures Allies Into her
rooms so that Miss 'Ihompson may ulih
him In the nit ot attempted seduction.
Rvery regular thestergiK-r knows Iliat
ladles who aro going to have a man In
their rooms, or who urn golug to be In a
man's rooms at midnight, never go about
I It y4lHi
Talk nlioul daintiness can led lo the
extreme! Why, this sensoii the motor
boat owners, who hare entree to the
most exclusive circles, will float their
incers only on Floilda water.
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Judging from the meek manner in
which Joe Gans submits to. weight re
quirements, one might be ted to believe
that his nvolrdupolsils about no elastic
as lilo conscience used lo be.
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The Iloston Post sayn that Squires is
uot only a member of the mlnero'
union mill a Socialist, but that hn Is
nlso a Sunday-school teacher. Why
not give the fellow n chance whnt'B
the u mi of blasting his reputation be
lore he even reaches our hospltnblc
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Michigan now looks certain lo ho u
competitor nt tho Eastern Intercolleg
iate track nud field championships, and
11 she does come East a ducPmed
will probably be at ranged with Penn
sylvania, as the latter has been denied
a meet with Cornell, for the first time
lu yearn. Cornell knows the (Juakers
have u good truck tinm this year, too
The "fighting brigade" of the ltns
slau social revolutionaries declares that
1000 men nud women have already
Hwuiti lo execute death sentences upon
all highly-placed lvll. uud military
Uu- matter sanely, and Miss O'llara
tnskes a point of keepln.- her plan secret
Horn everylsidy who should hive known
.'.'... V."'!"."'l"'""y wl""" " sweetheart.
I III lluhbell, drops lu and fluils Aluis.
there Is an awful row and Moll I, ills
rardeil by the entire cast of iburscltrs.
Ibis illsiourogea her somewhat. unJ .bo
Us about lo take to drink, when s blue
spotlight falls on o picture of the Ma
donna and her Child, and she takes to
prayer Instead. In the last act Mist
Thompson and III!) roue bark and all It
The play Is rot without cleverness, but
generalir speaking. It Is decidedly medio
" .n? "J!" novi drama. Tb-jt It
where Miss Thouiptou, believing that Moll
has stolen here lover, forgets about the
tslratlon business, steps out of the skirts
of tilrty. and face her protege In the
soul nakedness of womau-ruge. Thersj ia
truth and human nature here, and kn
piny. writing an ounro of truth and hu
man nature It worth a pound ot hlu-t
sttlauche Walsh's performance of Moll
dlBn't curprlse me. because I hare alwayt
known that Blanche Walsh It at near
genlut ts any star we have la America.
Charles lis I ton's mil did. In common with
most people I had came to believe that
Mr. Dalton's Roman armor was at much
a part of him aa a tortoise shell It part
of a tortoise. Yon remember the old
slory about the method of tentdg a malo
canary from a female "If ho sJrura Ifa
a he; If the tings It't a ther Well. 1
??. i .'.' "!. ort for plajera.
If 1 fall to Identify a man through hit
assumed rharactrr the moment he steps)
on the ttage. 1 aay "Ills acting Is goodF
L'i ' .'"".'.""'i. ' V. ,,, "rsnnallty
Pleasing." Mr. Uslton't lflll la acting.
Helen Jewell, at an old woman of thai
slums, taught me to appreciate the talent
of Marie Hates, hut the remainder of the
comptuy. Including Dorothy Dorr. Ismlss
flotser, Jemle Itslph tnd lloward Usta
brook. It entirely competent.
"Princess Heggsr." In which l'aolt Kd
wards Is sppcsrlng at the Caaloo, has
nil the things thst I abhor In comic
opera. Including Harry MacDonough.
The prrforuiume started off pleasingly
enough on Its opening night, with a par
tliularly lomely rlorus at the run
end of the ttsge and a divinity lu pluk
I'nulrt Kdnards us 1-rlnrraa Ileal.
sr uud Kddle Uiirvle Kli.tr
Otto uf Vaicarla.
at tue right end of the cLorus. l'cr a
moment the strains of music- woie
ilniwneil lu the utile of dimes lu opera
gllM supply Imxes. 'I lu-n e were lu
u'.!'.1.uc.i?' ,'" i "", ,.'l,d uldtomlc opera
hlng, to the llieiltuble ioul ndtlser, ulld
to ii tiiior prluce destined to slug ducts
with s soi.ru no iirlini-ss, er I'luk Prct.
Ilness .svel tl.e djy-or. rather, the
jeiilug-f.ir -i while, but eirntually sho
uud her little )lj) males were whlski-d
uw.iy. and we were le.'i wlih Miss i:d.
??,! ,.i i ""'.": ''.'!'. '' a" 'lllesllou of
Mies lldwoiils' nbllity In tcrnilu tuirts,
nouhly slavey loles. but na the slur ot
an itiiire show ln is a dls-iiipolnlmeut.
Presently we hud It culled to our ut
leiiiiou that the king was In Hie power
of n noisy aul n.lfTsotl.ile.! uinllemuu.
U-lept hiuuley ford. ,i thut the prlu"-
tniitl marry the, gentleman's diughicr.
whoso inline. Cerlllu l!ho.o. souuds liko
hut of s Houlh Afihsn, m.iSii.in, ,."
iioiiuiwl by n burles.pio Ituiuti. 'ihe
l'.i.'.'.l-l"!..",,u,,rr loeMr"1 Vlr ""' Bisldeii
who nsviird him from diuwnlug, uud
lir ileilous and unfunny wi,)s, we rouei
lo the ii.uilusioii Ihut tho maiden h,
uueilloll It Miss fdwurds. 'Ibis really
linlnl Ihe o,vra. but It was only ll;i
in, I s. the prluiliuls were oblliwl ti
il"';..i"r"ii'e" l""1 "lo '" "' "''and trt
1 Vfi"-. .'"' """ow at Uie fuel -wns
nllL-aled lo ru exteut by llo mirety
ll.il, whored r ibo Island of I'erns hniJ.
1-eeeJ lo be. her, I'luk PulChrltudl wsa
lertnln lo bo on bond. "
She was mi hand In tlghlt: and we
oierto tli.1 she lud tnock k neesf
I uu d.. 1 1,,, idols we ireate In this ifi
!.lV-,!..'rlt "' ll"- 1 had banked ou
laj. 1 1 tin' lion, mid she falhil ,. After
Ihnt Ihe stioiv was ou-r. fur m,
were ionurno.1. What matte, that la"
se.011,1 nit hud one aminrlug sltuatloa
and thtm ttinefu sougsj 1 tie Bongs wiri
llululLg." -t) Tell M"-, Ilalsy" airf "rK?
,.hlll""i,S Vf ,,u- At0- " thlngt and
the I'luk Parogou- In skirts-were tl'e
redeciulier feoturisof "Prluicss Heggar."
l,cne1J0)!!A,1,"1 ""' l,n imii to
. .i.T?e i"1," .' '". genuine drsuutlo
i fiiL' ' . ' i ''.u" ' r'.'"k . m,v' w'"i lau
Hi ii ".' J Aa". "-vl as yet, because
whllu they uro denied scam at telil thea
ets. the deaf elr Is lurncl li , JS.
auls oulr at the HIJou. The ro.ie5
IC occurs lo me. Is ihnt l didn't like ff
Irwin In "Mrs. Wilwu-Andrcws." f
Ihe same puiiUlunent were meted out to
even body who didn't like "Mrs Wlito."
Atdrewt," tlm Hijou would b Ju 'in le
,. ''c,,u'ur",""'." " ' '"'"n li, thi
I'lial. Tho ouly feature of this alter
hat (onierns jou Is that I am no t "hli
li' ,'f ! J,ou I1""" "The Mlmlc and llS
i'rltss i'i,i,i.?,,i" ';r.0,,1""l U"" last
rrlday 1 hsvo bought seuu for next
week, when I ahull T biv to graUfy
your vurlosliy aud my own, J ""'
pt jltx, iCtWiaxal sasTTl S
, W -aJVE."
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