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and Tuneful. .
BY CHARLES DARNTON.
PULL up your works! Thin (Okli Injunction cam Ilk a fr sample of torn?
In "The Sunshine dlrl." a chemically pure muileaj oomedy from Uondoti'a
Cnlotv. Ihnt reached the Knickerbocker Theatre lut night
Any man wearing a pair of garter that had begun to fael tha strain of a
lone, h.ird winter could n it hear the reference to aooka at balfmast without a
certain uneasiness In hi ahlna. Rubber will glvs! But the thoughtful too? fac
tory rlrl W)K sounded the musical admonition In "Oct a More On," tho first
and liveliest song of the Pttca, hed nothing to fear on their own acoount. They
wail a trliii M thrlr ankles. Charlce Krohman had provided any number of
; retty (flrls and I A R. Malnnr. stage director for Cleorfe Edward, had don
til rcM. Mr MalOM made a v. ry pretty Job of if. There were, to ho aura. o.v.
w.1 yards of haughty how-off ladles
Just to show they weren't iifrald of
Julia Sandcfioi. at Dora Dal.
joum wife Joined hlni In a trot suggesting both wing of rh turksy that proved
the one real novelty of th evening. Clrrumstancss over which ha evidently had
no control I mpelled him to take a new partner. Mis Julia 8ndron, In th
"Tango." Mis Sui te might better have waited for tho dance ah aharad
v. ilh him i moment later. Hut then at.ira have a way of Heaping In where angel
fear to tread!
alls Sanderson, a.v the Sunshine Boap Girl, never looked prettier, and after
getting on slntilns IMM with hor voice ahe succeeded In spreading considerable
wretnesa and light. But why, In stepping Into th allpper of a full-grown tar,
It clime to talk a though she had Just com from the nuraery. waa more than
1 oould understand Every word she uttered aeemed to too tongue-tied with baby-
blue rabbon. Simplicity may begin In
tlie cradle, but aurely It
there. And In "Take Mu F
. Jtalnly gave hint that ah.
For" ahe ce.'-
ah vii more
than aeven. There Is at least on lit.
tn this aung that should be apanked and
seat to bed In the "charming hotel" we
heard about before o'clock to-nlKht
As th fair youth whi found favor
In the Sunshine mil's eyea Alan Mudle
danced clevorly and acted engagingly,
though with too much manner. Th
privilege of giving a t roken-down Ion
don cab driver a German dialect waa
allowed Joeeph Tawthorne. Dut In pltn
of hi emlngly prehltorlc dialect, he
had 4il genuinely amualng moment,
and In "You Cant Play Every Insfu
ment in the Orchtra"-of which he Is
the author-the funnlt ong of th
night- For two vera It wan a huwlliig
auoces, then It look a politic: turn
that robbed It of Ita distinctive char
acter and lta trlking orl:lnllty. If
Mr. Cawthorne kniws when h'a well
off he will ke.p that aonic out of p:'
lllc. Taft. Ruoaevelt, WT.son and Bryan
were represented ,n biilet rklrt '.'i
another Bonn called "W'hO'l the Hoaa V
that . reate.l so ne lauanter. oui u
lit of keening with the pl0 and ub-ut
ailed by Mr.
nut earformanc was i
ry that comes with
llmself with HM I
Miss Eva Pavan
it worked hard and
, .i! wit I a niiMun
-nr.: un FB tr e 01 il, i ira
. J ti n l'i ''es illie l.lnstlf as "in u'
till 'itadonal laUgh. Miss rieaata nope lei i-ne uaui n nn ut- seine
'on oui iteftll lOUnMrumcag und tang and danced neatly, If not wonderfully.
Mis- Until Thi
nil tileil n
V I 111
in.il ti '( in
Ctrl! Car Lduce ion.
1N liueateld iff, tlennunv. a campaign
of education :i"s ncn trtad for
.reel i hi- rile; i, the Idea hlng to
fM i ..ne irt Ira a d to avoid many
of Tie datiaera lo ' h lasaeneera I
( ffn tupxifn in- ntl e '.n e esarlly. j
ani per ionl at ! '' a'cldenta are
due i atrtant ! tint ur embarking ,
nhil' the vthlolt I" n motion and for
uhaaiurpo of iltmomtrtliBf tn prop-
. . .,hndo nt nerformlna
Olio Ol'l't .1 r -
se operations a moving picture eahl
.Moti has been devld. Th raault of
4ae demontratlon haa been very
Ulafactory and a great Improvement
. . . iui.. . I oAfotro hoo boon
ine eouu'w.,11 -
who at one point turned their baeka on
lumhato. but on the whole, o to apeak
and likewise a It wre. both th con
duct and the uuatume of th girls wr
i h Artnlritr. A daintier production ha not
been aeen In many a niirht.
Although 'Th Sunahln Olrt" cannot
be aald to be o rar a a day In June,
It I bright, aprlghtly and delightfully
tuneful Paul A. Rubena ha given It
air that ar a light and refraining a
a summer toreese. Although th book
by Mr. Ruben and Cecil Raleigh I an
other at"ry, the lyric ar exceptionally
clever, containing more wit than I
uiually found In on of th neary
evil of mualcal romady. The failure
of the atory to auataln even ordinary
Intcfeat may be traced to the otovloue
fact Hint In the long run It entirely
loses sight of the hero.
It wn Vernon Castle, a a stray lord
ling who adopted a aoap factory Jut to
oMik a friend, who really figured a
the hero of laat night' 'performance.
He acted with a sense of eccentric hu
mor. ang well enough to keep the or
chestra leader from going Insane, and
mad a new reputation for hlmeelf a
a dancer. To keep the dancing honor
In th family hi pretty and graceful
Joaepn Cawthorna at Bttvt Daly.
Eva Davenport aa Mrs. Blaokar.
ns funny a a bd oarteatur
Hawthorne when he brought out bis old
he played something new and covered
tainted with all her weight to add the
dialect and American al&r.g ahe had far
...Iir... 1 ,,.,, mm a I '! f I.1 i n r In f JlnH ..r
- -"" . .
wno pui inn pics in -ic-xiiiiy. raisea
is a rather star: ling urpr.re wnen, wjtnout in BHaHMII
Kong., "Here's ti Iovl" snn ahe wltfh great enthualH'irii
hara. There were, however, to many charming numbers
felt In the laat act, "The Sunahlne dlrl"
AS one cltmba up to the mountain
tip the ''anger from lightning In
crease rapl Uy, and, ae a rult, tha
observatories locutad on th moutitajn
! pi are raithar '.lr.ocimfortable plan of
rtftdsnot, ns dlicj -ered 1,y the scientific
grn'.lenien 'w-hn have ha-l the experience
of a winter on the mountain top. It Is
evident that ordinary lightning rods are
entirely Inadequate to carry off the
rnnrmoua dlaohaxgea of the mountain
thunderstorms. There are several ob
servatories on Mont Blsoc, and at one
of them, tha of Janaaan, there hav
been a numlbsr of bombardments, during
which the interior of the place was tilled
with rlbbon-Uke ahees of eleotrlcMy and
baila fit fire which moved silently from
total to point.
the dUSH-A-WE BwKr&
rHEY had been reaiing ttorio of timet long ago all evening of
knight and ladiet, of Arabian genii and enchontrctte and Oreek
hero!. Hoxc Beitie and Bobbie withed, a they nettled doivn into
their feathered bed, that they had been born in thote wonderful timet
That they and their father and mother had been like thoie xronderful people.
So the Sandman and Billy Win am, u ho put all little kiddie to sleep,
closed down the tired Udt of eyet that were still full of the pictures of peo
ple and things long ince crumbled to dust. Then quick a a wink with a
bound and a shout and clanking of metal, a knSght in armor with a white
plume and riding on a big white horse, sprang out of the Huth-a-Bye Bookt
Bobbie and Bessie were dattled, frightened. Attonithing to relate, it seemed
to be their father! Then they were surprised and happy.
But again they were imply terrified when another horteman, mounted
on a black iteed and with a red plume charged furiously on the white
Sty Fitatnc Rtda I.
M Ueturst a). I. last of duoaiii
ttoprnaut. ltlt, bj Tho I -rasa Publishing Co.
(Ttis New York Cuius WorMl.
"OJVff ttWKETLY ttOLKUN
UK Cary Slttara," aa thy came
to b known (Alice and
t'hosbe), are deserving of a
niche aJl their own In the America',
temple of poetic fame. Alice, perhaps,
waa the abler of th twain. Yet Phoebe
possessed the power of touohltig the hu
man heairt In a superlative degree, aa
wltneta the hymn whose title atand
"Phoebe Cary waa one of the aweeteat
poets that thla country ever produced
Her poems ars not remarkable for
depth But for simple beauty that every
one can appreciate ah la almoat une
qualled." The verses we are considering ware
written when she was seventeen years
of ag. Speaking of thla hymn, ie
"I composed It In th little bar third
story bedroom one Sunday morning,
after coming from Church; and It make
me happy to think that any word I
could aay has dons a little good In the
The first line run a follow.
"One sweetly solemn thought
Comes to me o'er and o'er
am nearer home to day
Than I've ever been before."
Phoebe Cary waa a churrh attendant
for many yeais In New York under the
mlnletratlnna of Dr. Chever and Pr.
TJeema, and with th congregation of th
o,d Menei Si.eol I'. ei. ri
In conjunction with the Is' - aha, pre
pared In IM s hymn book w i : !!
The hymn's tun wa coaiposeu aaon
after th words, and It 1 U) that that
th lyric la oongregntionally aung, al
though there have been solo settlnge by
the k',ts Dudley Buck and by Paul Am
..I tha latti
broes I the latter much la favor at fu
oinna. mt, ar Ik la raaaiiasa o. rata m ia I wu.
Arc City People Happier
Than folk in
B . Sophie
Copyrlfht, 1811. by The Pries Pobush
RB. ANBBIOPPBNHJSIM, student
of Social E'onomy, who Is direct-
Ing considerable energy la tha
"hagb 1 t l.v '
WtlC lPHfe.1 k-OtV
'- -a mkm 1
farms twhsre, In-: not live In towa again for the world."
stead of bring consumers, they would ha i They claim that after ons gsts ssttlsd In
' producers, without a doubt It would re- the routine of country existence, the at
dirce the cost of living Hut here we a" tractions. In a DIFFTORBNT way, are
They all want to come to ths city, at- ' just aa alluring.
j tract, d by higher wages, shorter huura. Apropos, there la a nsw Incentive, with
; different and better and more means of
"All other Important business 1s or
ganized; only agrlcultura Is not. If the j
farmers around New York could get
I aulBviaal help theyiould produc twlc '
! wl at they are-producing now
i "It Is contrary to the la of nature'
for all to succeed In the rlty The siren
city call to deatructlon a wall as to!
succ, and for many there is nothing
her to make them bstter men t.d
women not even a bfOOth ! freeh air
Would 11 no' he better for thgBI snd the
country to bs 'arm hands or i ired slr'
at even IU ;i month and oard than t i
beg or steal a living or ttarVST"
Much trladom, t-iai II i ea"n:'ed
that a 'ew years am two-tlilrle of the
poMlatlOfl of America 'Ked In the cnun.
try or In s:naller towns; snd fee other
third In the large city. Now the condi
tion I REVE7H8BD.
Th question thtn arista Havs ths.
Invrsassd acllltlea In the way of traae.
portaUon really srsught tkl pitatl It
knight. And there was a terrific battle. Oh, they were so araid Presently
they recognized their mother standing neara thin, pale creature, A too.
in long flowing garments. She wwn'l a 6f like the strong, rosyhekd,
healthy, capable mother that they know.
The knights still fought. Their father wal toting ground, and th pale
lady looked on in hopeless and helplett terror. The red and black cruthei
the white to earth uith a fierce blow, seized the pale lady and rode away
triumphantly, leaving the white knighi wounded upon the ground. The
vision faded. There was only the book and a little imtllnv elf perched upon
it. He atd:
"Now, children, you tee how it might have been if you had really lived
then. When you wake up be glad that you are alive right now. And be glad
your papa and mamma are ut like ordinary mamma and papat."
And the children were. El. RAX OK RCHORBR.
i. - g i , iTbe Now York EvoBUif Woilt).
the city than taken them BACX to the
Every year, according to statistics, ws
eonsum mur than we produce in the
Ing" movement. way of food-stuffs. And Mrs Oppenhelm
laMinl tbt lure of . hopss to help point the way toward
the city Is mainly ! uUavlatltbg this condition
responafble for the Ws, who Inalat on staying close to the
Buffering In the treeless streets and high buildings,
process of making rattier hvoati the country with Ita ssm
and meet. She Ing loneliness and Ita dlslancs from th
says: so-eallsd pleaaures. Ths country sssms
"If there could ; unatractlve; but It Is mainly bscauss ws
bs found a way to have not THIRD It.
Induce thoae who There are thousand of people who
are now a charge ! havs spsnt most of their lives lo ths
upon ths common-1 olty and who than have gone to the
Ity to go out to ths I country who Joyfully say: "I would
th ) advent of the pare! post system,
by which a producer In the country may !
aend hie wares dlrsct to ths consumer:
snd the farmer of moderate means with
small capital 1n fact, no capital, may
egnel his r "from hand to mouth,"
as It were, and truly profit thereby,
This r.as been tried and not found
wanting. In Vrance, tjorn.auy urM
England the very small producer In the
eovntry may live with eat and usr-
tslnlv Wtth much T.KSS hardship, by
' avtng ar tatabllthsd 1ls; of -.istomers
10 whdRI ht may aend h'.s protfUtt
.ni of there workers reel jto to the
slty bill ' fl vry six monthr.. arrange
for their cuitomsri. snd phuk the'.r
produce IVsry tK days, a...! th '.
ernmen', With quick deapa' r,
i: e aontumtr, Many Amtrloag 'amiiiea,
perchance no a:ruggl,.,a 10
might well consider such a a'ti In thi
near future, and with little eff ut have
a aafe assurance of succ, on account
at tha prssant soodlttso as ta ths pre.
Good for Pat!
THE aooprioaor el Che esoaod bond ate
sot so Udr ea he adsht has has,
day while steading la Ileal of DM saw
Irtahsua SJBSSJtjaaasI end asked
Hot yea aay oleea shirts la MS sister"
"huro I bees," eaewwod tho dothiag man,
bsus for a sale "Lota of tbom, so risen ea
"Wall," aM she hiaboua. emkig assy.
In so pr na of tboan ea.'
AUTTI.g ehaa ohtld saw snjorUsj bis tint
gUsapaa el pesbirsl Ufa The as: Has asa
wa fli-IBa too araai sad rasas af ake oU.
tsehlaaad awdss. eed oo s HtUo ateel ss sat ss-
ado the fsnoot's tfs, oho ws iitvaaSBg a
Us wetabsd ake operotlno tntealr fa aaa
Thea bo eyoka:
"Do t" tabs off rhoti
AT a lectors a wu baowa eatfcosttj aa eco
enmloj awitloaed tha SMt thai hs esaas
parts ths auiaaief of as waa aooaaaw
sMr isrj-r ihaa that ef wnswa, aad bo aMat
"I cie thorafoss rooonunaad the lilhaa So eaaV
i : to Sat part of the world,"
A roust lsdj es.d tu ag of the test area
l"t isj and, full of bidiroa'.Joa, was laartsf the
... m rather leisli wbireunon the loobarsr ro
I did sot oieaa last It seed hs Oaae a aeah
s bUfSJ ss that-"--Ioudon Brstaiidar
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L TIMTS IMII
ass jnei eesn .usn. souote iimi ueer ss
lwtmm tk. ArnmA I ft I i. mi la Imi mh
ensfie. The bate is baon to W I
asTi r'Wbtte ana "K He rm
Waadarkag oee ear. Ikraaa esaaes
nu aasaar uani . ne sosem sen s& B is
m (s nai slsas as euataau Aasa ehsr
iUlaaa hs aisasteei s kilng balf. Tots b
SmT &JKk3 SmV "ftaos m'4"ui1?
ImU mwMmmm mmA BbasaM Bl boobs. laOjorbsus.
II bo l-ojlro so uoan blBsetTui rsod sod V, nrlM
Tana at lost tonosus KJa of the six IrUio
Tina oT Urn. rolsrsbip, bo Uaias tho Unas aad
and lar osajss aw.lT sua 0eU Olajtoo. Hisaa'a
euiala. The pMoam Is loot to th. juiojls. laar
tha rat-faoed sailor, mdl
eatlag a spot beneath Tar.
"It la as good aa any."
replied ana af his aanspanloaa. "If thr
eatoh us wtth tha treasure aboard It wlB
be oonnaoated anyway. Wo might aa well
bury It here on tha ehan -e tht soma
of ua wlM issspe tabs gallows to enjoy
Tha rat Caoed aaa now called to th
men who bad remained svt ths boat, and
tbey oaano aaowly lap tha bank oarrying
purka and gjboaaai
"Murrr-you!" art ad fsaVp
"Btem Itr retorted on of tha men
aa g surly torn "You r oo
Tea oap'a hor. though. I'll hav
you to understand, you swab," stirlsarsd
flnipea with a valley of oaths.
"fltsady, boy," oaoUonsd on af tha
man who had not spoken before. "It
ain't goto' to got us nothing by flghtln'
amongst ourselves "
"Right enough." replied th tailor
who had rsaaolad emrpes'e autooMUo
tones. "But by tha asms token It ain't
a-gotn' to gat nobody aothta' to pat aa
air la thbt bssomla' company neither. "
"You fellows dig bar." aald snipes,
Indicating a spot beneath the tree. "Aad
while you're d ggln'. Peter kin be a
makln' of a map of tha location SaVo
ws kin And It again You, Tom, aad
BUI, take soopla mors down aad
fates, up tha ehasL"
"Wot ar yaw a-gota" ta dor' ashed
he of tho previous altercation "Just
XJIt busy there!" growled 8nipe
"Tou didn't think your cap'n was a
goln' to dig with a shovel, did yout"
Ths ansa all looked up angrily. Noa
of them liked alps. and his disagree
stole show of authority stose hs had
murdered King, tha real head aad ring
leader of (he mutineers, had only add
ed fuel to ths llamas of their hatred
Do you mean to say that you don't
Intend to taha a shovel and land a hand
wtth thla warht" asked Tarrant, the
sailor Who had ssfors apokn.
"Ha." repel ad Tnpes srmply. finger
ing tha butt of his revolver.
'Thao.'' shouted Tarrant. If rem
won't take a shovel you'll take a ptok-
wtth tha words as raised his pkrk
above tola head, aad with a mighty blow
burled th point In Bnipss's brain.
For a moment the man atood llnUy
looking at tha result at thlr faUow
grim humor. Then on of them spoke.
" Served the rat Jolly well right." he
r a .Om. a OMMl On ow
his pick to ths sTouad. Ths soli eras
soft and hs threw aside the ptek aad
grasped a shovel; thea th others Joined
him. There waa na further cessment an
the MlHoal, hot ths men iworkod to a
better f plane of mind than they had
since Bnlpes had tsatsmed command.
When they had a trench of ample tin
to bury ths ohest, Tarrant suggtssted
that thsy snlarat It and inter Burps'
body aa too of tha shaft.
"It might 'sip fool any aa appealed ta
he dlggln' 'srsabauta." ho ezplsined.
Th others taw tha sunning af tha sug
gesdon. aad go the trench waa length
ened to Moorwnodat th corpse, aad
In tha centre s deeper bole waa excavated
for the box. whloh was ft ret wrapped tn
aail-oiotn, ana men iowwtwu m n. ...
hH Kn,h tSa inn sbnul a foot be
low th bottom of th grave. Earth waa
grovelled tn and tamped down about the
rheet until tne oowom or me i""
ahowed level and uniform.
Two of th msn then roiled mi rat-
laui MAvna imMPMlWinlAUSlv 1 H t O the
grave, after first stripping H of it wsap-
ons snd various otnar arncioo wmou
the eeveran member a or the party cov
eted Ti.en fbfcy filled th grav with savrth
and trmmksd upon It until It would hob
Ths sai m si tat state earth wka
loo Bore Bead
Men mU a FaOrr GL
thrown far and wlds, and a mass of dead
undergrowth spread In as natural a man
ns as poaarels ovsr the now-made grave
to obliterate all signs of the ground
having been disturbed
Their work done, the sailors returned
to the small boat and pulled off rapidly
toward the Arrow.
The hreese had Increased cewldersy.
and aa ths smoks upon ths horlson wax
now plainly dlacarnabl In con side raw.
volume the mutineers loot no Una In
gsttlng under full sail and bearing away
toward ths southwest.
Tan an. an Interested spectator of all
that had taksn placs, sat specula tlnaf
on ths strange actions of thsss peculiar
Msn wars Indeed mors foolish and
mors trail than tha beast of ths jun
11 How fortunate waa hs who Irved
In ths paac and security af tha great
Tarsan wondered what tha cheat th-v
had burled contained. If they did not
with it why did they not merely throw
It Into th water? That would have
been much easier.
Ah, he thought, hut they do wish It.
They uavw hidden It hare because thsv
Intend returning tar It latar.
Ho dropped to tha ground and com
moed to aaasntno tha earth about the
excavation. Ha waa looking to see if
th creatures had dropped anything
which ha ought like to own Soon he
discovered a spado hidden by the un
derbrush Walsh they had laid upon th
Ra setae it and attempted to uae It
as ho had seen tha sailors do. It was
awkward work aad hurt his bars test,
but hs persevered until ha bad par
tially uncovered the body. This he
dragged from the grave and 1 -Id It to
Than ha continued digging until he
had unearthed the oh est. This also he
dragged to tha aid of tha corps. Than
ha flllad In th smaller hols below th
grave, rsplaood ths body sad tha earth
around and ahoro st eawerad at ovsr
burdn of Ita woaerht Taraaa af the
apes picked It up so though It bad tjaea
empty and, with the spade slung ta his
back by a piece of rape, carried It off
Into the denssst part af tha Juagl.
Hs could not wsll negotiate she; tress
with thla awkward burden, bat ha koot
to tho trails, aad ss mad fairly toad
for eawaral ho
he cam to ati linpsnsUabsa trail at
mattsd and tangled vagatoalsa,
no took to th lower hraaoaai
another fifteen mm utss ha
into tha omphttheatre ef th
where they mat In aouwoil ar
rats ths lite of tho Duta-Duav
Nsar th aantra af tha clearing assd
not far from tho drum. Or altar, hs
commenced to dig. That was ktrdar
work than turning up tha freshly ex
cavated earth at tha grave, hut Taroas
of th apea waa persevering, aad so hs
kspt at hla labor until he was rewarded
by easing a hols sufficiently dee to re
ceive the ohest and sffeelaally hide It
from view. Why had ha goas to all
this labor without knowing tha talk
of ths eentsnts of tho ehsatf
Taraaa ef tho apaa nod a man's fig- j
urs and a man's brain, but he was sn
aps by training aad environment. HI
brain told him that tha shsat contained
something valuable, or tha than weuld
net have bidden It; hie trailing hod
taught him to haltats whatever was
new and unusual, aad aew tho natural
carl salty, whloh la as common to mn
aa to ansa, prompted him to open th
eht and sxamlns Ita content.
But th heavy lock and massive Iron,
hands baffled both hla sunning and hla
lmm en ee strsngth, so that be waa com
pelled to bury tho chest without hav
ing his curiosity satisfied.
By the time Tartan bad hunted his
way hook ta tha vicinity of th cabin,
feeding ae he went. It waa quit dark.
Within th tittle Volldlng a light n
burning, far Clayton had found an un
opened tin af ofl whloh had a hood Intact
for twenty years. Ths lamps lo wer
still oamble, and thus ths Intsrlor of the
cabin appeared as bright at day to the
H had often wondered st ths eta
purpose of tha lamp If la reading an I
she pastures had told him what thsy
ware, bat he had no Idea ef how they
could be made to produce the wondron
sunlight that soma of hla pictures hat
portrayed them aa diffusing upon a
Am he approaohed th window pea:
sat tha door ha aaw that the cabin h it
boon divided Into two rooms by a rouaji.
partition of boughs and aall-cloth.
In the front room were the t'iree
msn: ths two older dp in ar, :cen'.
while ths younger, tilted hack stale -th
wall on an lmprov1d el. ml. a it
deeply eoaToased In reading one of Tel
Tarsan was not partlcluarly Utters
eted In Che men, however, oo he BSUght
ths othsr window. Thers was the sir:.
How beautiful her fsatur! How deli
cate her anowy ekln I
Bhe was Writing at Taraan'a own
tabU beneathMb window. Upon a pN
ef greases at. he Par side of the t.