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TO STAQE HIS OWN PLAYS.
Oearca llroadhuril nnnounccn that
he will ilnvotn hl now thrsiti-r. Urn
Drondhumt, In U'rt I'orty.fourtli
Street, to hlji own Interrnta after
William ravonlmm playn a prelim
inary etiKHRfmint thire. Mr. Hroad.
humt will write ilajB for the hotian,
nd, If ho flndn liln own effortn fall
to keep the thu'trn busy, hi will pro.
dues the works of othori.
BLAIR BEHIND THE QUN.
It develops tliut Hamuel Hln Ir. lonR
In the theatrical advance Kaine, It
the producur of "Good llye. Uoyn'
the new musical play by Junto Mo
Crco and Kdwanl Htemblrr. In Its
cast will be Kdirar Atchtso'n Ely.
JMdle Qarvle. Kdward liasse. John
"VUllson. Thomas II. Handers, Arthur
Q. Mills, Natalia AH, Dolly Castles,
Bally Btembler and Maud Allison. It
will open In Blamford, Am. 30, and
then go to the Majestic, Hojton.
CAST NEARLY INTACT.
It Is a remarkable fact that tho
principal membem of the "Expert
ence" company, now In rehearwil,
have been held together for a fourth
eeason. Among: them are Krneet
Olendennlnir. William Inirersoll, Mnr
got Williams, Krater Coulter, Marie
Home, Dorothy Newell, May Mc
Manus, Jane Klllott, Gcorne T. Mooch,
Harry Lane. Hilly Hutui and Mrs.
Marion Holcombe. Tho company will
?lay a New York ennnsoment at the
TanhatUn Opera House, bcKlnnlni;
THINGS YOU 8HOULD KNOW.
Society In Kammer, Wyo.. turned
out In force the other nlffht for the
wcddtnir of Dinky Datley and Mtss
Bcrooney Hicks, and then Dinky for
rot to appear.
If you Intend to ride on the Nor
ton's Point surface car line In Coney
Island, you'd better ko nttlred In a
coat of mall and be prepared to tram
Xle a few babies underfoot.
' Bernard Oranvllle's red Ink number
cams out early In the draft.
Paul Bcott's Comment mentions a
famous writer named O. Jay Kauf
man. Huch Is fame!
A, Paul Keith and E. V. Albeo have,
given the benefit fund of tho Lights
Tho Olympic Theatre will open Its
eeason to-morrow night with Pat
White and his QsJety Girls.
The "J58ers'' of tho seleotlvo draft
In ChlcaKO attended the two hundred
and flfty-elglilh performance of
Turn to the Hlght" at the Cohan
Grand Opera House recenUy as tho
guests of tho managoment.
A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.
While a young man was waltlnrr for
- tr..U nM In nlll IhA fltllshlniT
touches on her complexion tho other
night, her smnu uromer cuici-ini'icu
mm by showing him a foot with six
HERE'S A BRAND NEW ONE.
Will Archie, J. M. H., John CluiU
and 11. V. O. hnvo sent In nn 'jrUliml
Joke. It followm
"I hnvo a cold was causht In tho
1T0t a tut s faHnl. "Tliriia tile Sal'ch.''
I wian'l in It..' ivo r iilt.il.
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FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE.
"I want comeihlng strllilnt,- for u
"Clock i pnrtmcnt, fourth floor to
the left: Take the ek-vator."
This is the
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The Day's Good
WHK.V something happened to an
Krla engine, and tho train
stopped for some tlmo on the
way from Cleveland to Toungstnivn.
not long ago, passengers began to
show signs of Impatience, according
to thu Youngstown Telegram.
MOVING PICTURE FUNNIES
OopjHtht, NMloisil Nwxtr
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No. 1 Its entire lenath. Then dotted
uraemiiin securaiei4 when oompletsd turn over and you'll find a sur
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"Whatsa inattorr' oomu one Inquired.
"Engine broke, and nobody can find
any string'," anothor Joked. Finally
sdjne one hailed tho porter. "Say,
George," he asked, "what's up, any
way?" "Ah don't know, boss," tho
porter replied. "But haven't you tried
to find out?" "No, snh." "And aron't
Bvrrtr. rtit ArvUvd For.
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One Fact Will George Remember Long, Canoes Careen When Stepped In Wrong!
He Wasn't as Sad as
you going to mako some inquiries?"
"No, sah." "You don't soom to caro
much." "Yassah, but Ah ain't gonn
go an' find out nohow." "Why not?"
"Well, sah, threo years ago, when Ah
was workln' on dls train, wo hit a
man nnd Ah ran up ahead to toko a.
look at him." "Yo.V "An' foh fif
teen days Ah had to be a witness In
do Cot House."
WHAT3 THE USE?
CAVALRY recruit was suffer
ing his first field day. He man
aged to control himself and his
norso fairly well
until the guns
went off. Then
the beast Jibed
and capered, and
tho rider dis
hurriedly, but ha
was quickly back
In his scat again.
Again tho guns
ngnin the raw
rider wns thrown. This time ho
culmly wont round to his horso's hoad
and stood thoro holding tho rolns and
patting It soothingly.
"Why don't you mount again,
man?" roartnl tho sergeant furiously.
"Wot's tho good?" replied tho ro
emit disconsolately. "Thoso bloom
ing guns will go oft again in a mlu
Uto." London Globii.
WHY THE BELL TOLLED.
A MAN who was trnvollng In
Lancashire had occasion to
stop at a village on the out
skirts of a manufacturing town.
After havlnu transacted his busi
ness ho hud a fow hours on his hands,
und to wlillo away his tlmo took the
opportunity of Inspecting thu placos
of Interest In tho locality.
Karly In tho nftornoon the hell of
tho vlllngo church commenced tolling.
Tho visitor's curiosity being nroimod,
ho btopped iv lad who. from tho cotton
on his clothes, bcoiiuhI to havo come
from a mill on an errand, and asked:
"fan you tell mo, my boj. why tho
belt Is tolling?"
"i tgn, aw con," answered th
youngster, quite Innocently, "it's bo
cose th' sexton's poom' th' rooel"
H " MR.fiLUrA ? WELL WE'Rfe: CjETiTN' S I
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He Looked This Poor Fish Had Never Been Hooked!
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