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THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 19 W.
OF FROHMAN DRAMA
ln Pi .nilifnl Adventure"
I i i tint '1 Iii-it 1 Immoral,
The Miracle Man," New Cohan Play
in Serious Vein. Is Presented at Astor
n i sriT rni; smnm.kri
I'i'iilii' i'i- Will Tiikc l.i'srnl Mens
iiri'v lo Protect Ci'ooil
Niiiiu1 of Play.
f ' 1
' ii . it. M'lict.n v of tlia
i i; for llii" Siitiiirrs.s'.nii of
i I'm ntotl'ht airu'ii cx.
" III. I .1! tllr S'ltltl' li III- III.
f ii l.iiiilr iiqnlnst him-
ii 'o ni' Mtjincy1
" ! tn mntnit"T ami itlnl
. uil "T'-m l!t .uitiful Ail- j
. uit it Hiti.irtlon at thi
i! Mr (Vlllflloi'k iluii'trl.
t .in i.ikI thr m coll i n tul
.: t'iirtli-l1iiM) aim it
H . tin iwnnil, which Iim
i - "i ..iir.il, IihUv nt .in I Itn
: s I'lu'inun who nroilucoi
, . .f Mr. iiiiikIoi'!i coni
ii i'iuvI 'hit lin woMl.l t,i il.iy
! tnr ! ntili'r. Mr 1'ioii.n.iri
I..' iuiM"iul t iti'incit fiom
I .ilil :
i Ii s r'r.ilimiin. u lio tus
i. ,'iM" foini of tin1 b-n
i.n i In t rcf oti'il lli'-n-
Y .rk for tlii" I. ix' twptity
.u.i nhiiw irf oL.il man
". in Ii Pticii rii'tnm anil
Mi M.niili A'lamti, John
I llirrjmorc, Itillif llitrki,
: .li ttf. Ill.ini'lii ll.itrs ar.i
iino ilk:, hum wtiii-i' proi-
FRITZI SCHEFF LEADS TRAIN MEN SMOTHER-'
NEW PIECE AT CASINO IN GASEOUS TUNNEL
V i .
it"', t.r. .
n i ,
tl.ii.s iillil Vl.iJiT thi re
' r In tuenty-tivi voars thf
, t n h spi r of I'otniil'ilnt, to-day
i urn' fur "liiiJir iiKuliKt Mr
1'oinntoi k In .insiwr to tliu
it I .it thi" ulllrr of tlii
' "oimv by Mr. ('omstook to
' i'i- thr rloilni; kcviio of thn
I i t ..f "Thf llp.mtlful Artviti
i i t ,nc given at the Lyeeuin
... tno'.il, cvi-n If Mr Com--u-fi.tiM
III" rh.irKcn In til1
i .f Af.it.itit ritrli-t Attortipy
'. in In to aitrml to-ti!alit'H
-i i" rf i iimni'i h a JuiIrh
,. il- uf "Thn Il.-iiutlfiil Ail-
i .ii n-priwi tit itlw of
A t-Tin' Whitman.
i'i'ni of I bo llti. ,
' . i itfui AilMMitiiro." whli'li hail
r . tin I.M"iini nliut il iyo aco,
. . ; I. -I ! . n A ,i. i'.,it.
hi KnulNh .iilaiiUition by
. I !' in tltHl-i oil thi" I'VO
lii u t t.it "hr c.innot toli-tati"
' Ir'i with th" nthoilifiil
i mm li r .iuiiI ha-i tn-acln'r-i.I
lu r Tl. man hIh n-ally
,- ...nl tin- Klrl, In hfr wtd
. i .- iiu.iy ulth him from th
u'.i.'iri; nnicts iind thi In
I'lnnin .i t,i thi' liomi of the Rlrl'i
i- mi a phi ill town. Tltr trr. ind-'
.i .i w. old. Iiilli'vi'.i th" nun
.' . in uli lui'li mil. It ii n
i .i' n'.d iady that p:i of i
i- tliifflinld of th" bridal I
f hi that a con will bo tho I
" r,. w fimlly. '
! trr.indniotlir r conn to
. 'ill for tin- pal" thp man
no'.' on an armchair and
v' linn comfortabli with a
' mnln.itht thi aranilinothfr
toon to pl.ico th rojcm.iry,
r my out hl" runi Into tln
i nds tli" m.in on tin- other
t ruio-miry ibcoratcd door.
un.ifiitl. that Mr Com-
i. h' objcrtloniilili' lln".'. She
. ii '.in dutlc a Ik' miv them
. "I.-- davis and thi-n callo Wlnir
i ind b'livi'S the rotiplo to
't ,i br'.i-f dliloiii bctwi'i"n
. urtiln fall". Tito dilution
i' in I enro in no doubt that thn
'i will rltiR In thi' mornlnc.
Mt.'rtifV Whitman did not tal:
j . ."tirda" In th" mattiT of th"
tt t th,. iiniii'nt of Mr. Com-
.t . .i.i liutti.'t Aitorni'V Will i
ii . I'nrl .iii..iw1.i.t tin iitrforiii.'inci ! Ill
irht i't no i.vccntn. u win n
1 ri "j.t whcthi-r a proiccutlon
.-inn iniit'ii i' 1 1 1 11 1 i' liiiiK rui n- VHHP(f3kf p5Ja SfTWI. ml I ( I
;m Siim-ssful No vol -SIS4 S Ww
About CrooU-i. xHHIK M ' ' Wivjm '
i "Tin. Minn Ir Mull" ill llli' Avlnr 1 lii-.Uri- , X KnBS S. ' ' t jtf (iJK&J
'Pretty Mrs. Siuitli,' n Comedy
With Music, the Vehicle
for Her Return.
OAV XVIYK AT I'AI.M IJKACII
Stijierfhiity of Huslmnds Thero
Makes the Comedy Ha.-;
"Pri'll.T Mm. Snillh" At th CH.Iiin.
Dr'icllln Kmlth Ml" Vrltr.l fi'li'tt
Mlt t'liarlnll" (Irr nnwoofl
I'm iik Hnillh
I-Vrillnan-I Hiiilth . .
Mrn Murliiii DnIill
Mm Tiiin Wll-.ii.
'liiu.l. n mm Inn
. Tll--niJori ll.lliiiirk
. . (hnrlii Pun'"!!
Ml l.llllm Tiu'W
.J.lttl-'-i A. (ilripim
Mlim llrnc v shiiw
. Mini ti.iliv lliirtn-i
V,m. Witldmn ir llavm Mln Oi l" Wllllanm
Minn I'ruil-nrn Murrl-i.
Mli.i llnlorfn Piirfiif In-MI-
Ihlin I'ar'lti-tiiui .Mln I.011I c'niik
Mlf 1"ioii.ii tnoiv MHi Mnrln il Mnriiut-Trn-
V.'l -n ...J. HIchaM l!.ii
ll-k l'ottr I. Vnn llv.i 1
I'hh' lluntrr J. II 0ilM
M.il Inrr' Ilarolil l'ruitfr
llrnrlctt" Mil". Miir.ello
Keadiiiff Conductor and Engi
neer Suffocated After Mu
ffin o Kills a Woman.
KKVEX I'ASSBXOEHS SITI-'KU
fieneral Manager Dice of lload
and Three of His Tamily
Are Overcome. 1
I'i!!LAtM.wu., .Vp!. :i Tho uicincrr
ntid conductor of n Phllad.-lphla and
Ho.adlnK Hallway train were niiffioat"d
and n'Vcn tiaH.iciiL't't'H wit" ovcrciiini'
whnn the train wan hailed In thn middlo
of a. tuiin"! near I'liiptilxvlllc, l'a., nfti-r
runnlntc tlown and Ullllm; a woman at
th" tunnel entranc" lal" thin afternoon.
Anion-; Iho-e ovcrconin wen- Oimra. ,
MatiaRer Ulce of the Iti-adlm; Hallway
and Mm. DIco with th-lr datiKhter anl '"'"V Ifakcs broiiRht the train to n Mop
Kin-lii-law. all of Itiadlin-. :' "'""'l" " tunnel, throwlm; many
Tin-il...nl ntm Mm. .Mmi r. ltln. lt: ltork. 1 Pa.ietneri from their neam. Tim train
l'a. ; KtiKlmcr Mull and ('otulm tor lUrle).
DRIVEN OR DRIVING
Someone recently said to n
member of our organization:
"How on earth do you manage
to keep all these tremendous
operations rfoinjj on without
jcttinj into a crowded, chaotic
The answer was: "Wc drive
our work, wc don't let it drive
us. If wc stopped to think
about it and fret over it
should probably become panic
stricken. But every job that
comes nlonrf is literally seized
by the neck and whipped inco
shape ns fast ns human in
genuity can do it."
Any " crowding " on a
Thompson-Starrctt job is done
by the Thompson - Starrctt
Henry Juni". and Alfred Kohyii, the I.
i ter pleaH.iutly reni"inberd for "The Ya
'Tin Mlnu l" Mini" tit til" A.lnr '1 lir.it r".
The l'utrl.iri-h. .. .William II. Tlmmpiitn
John M.i.lon fjeorim Nnih
lteriu Hall Ka.i"
ll.irrv Ilv-iei Ilwrl- llnin n
Ml. h.i-1 t'oe;ati Janien (. Marlon"
lllt.itn HlK-tln- Tratik ll.ii'uii
Mirtlia IIUllil- Ada (lllin.iti
lltty lllKitltiii Miry Murphy
Tutn lloini rilfTnr.l Iiemi-"'V
Ma-y lln'm 'I' rl" D llrl-ti
lMill" llolmet. I'erey Helton
PREm MRS SMITH"
The caRrr and attentive aiiillence which
used to be such a pn pondi nitliiK element
In the anna'-i of tli" Victorian rcviewi r
l-i still a riallty whenevi r i!eori;e M.
I'lihan tirc'en-" a new play. IIIw habit of
sueeem .ind hie shrewd etnnate of public
taptn In etitei lalnmcnt as will an skill
;i a plny.vrlitht lum about tn.ulo him I That
the innct important Hinire In th" American
th ,,..,.. m. it. iv Allien ttlon lloiicicalilt.
in the early "On. held London In hlH
lua'r'cal BraHii tin- Maire of the r.nKlNh
(.eaklm; world tint, not known a more Im
portant factor than our Mr. Cohan. It
n.ts thn uilolty pf the public to i
what he would do with a eirlous Mory
which brouKht that de ir old cac-r and
attentive audience to 'he Astor Theatre
For Mr. Pohan, aft"r uiIhk v.irloi
bookH of comic Intent fur lilt material,
ban elected to nt.ih" a pl.iv out of I"rank
Packard's Krlpplnt; bit of llctlon "The
Miracle Man." The adventuiei of a bind
or crooks from the nutters of the lower
Hint S'.do who put out to capitalize
the faith of a Hhiiplo community and their Inspiration
HUntio-eit power of a hermit mauit
capital riMdini;. There watt
the dramatic fcen-n of Mr.
J - V
1 1 i
i- Tord was aecompanled to the
lc I.' .mI P Wlllin. ecritarv to
.i ,. v Whitman Thev refued
iiv .'"mme'it on the pi iv
fllllllKlis .lust tile Opposite.
'.ii in l.U"d an iiinitlunnl n.it"-
1 1 book i-uiin tt. he tl'Ul effects of tho old
man'.H biatity vf ih.ii'.ntr on the Innl
n ho not lilm In Its cra"P Kven their
wlrkeilnie. Ml nwiy from them and
they were left at tin end of tti" book 1
i as perhaps the i-ri'iitest of all the miracles
I he had accomplished.
Mr. ("olinri's admirers found that h'
i omedy powei.s welc in their lust estate
HIm ch.iracteriz'it on uf the cltlretis of
i the underworiil was lutiiiltable m the upin
I Ins scenes of the pl.i. It may h.ivi bien
i a mli-take on hi part not to show them
In their llrst incarnation In the .liitns.
would have helped as an e. use
for theli pre .ns on the simple victim o.
their wlief" I'ut th" Intp-'lii'tlon of the
charaetets In Mr Cohan's cu;omarv man
ner was must. rly. It was with the ap
pearance of the character of the healer
that the tlrst weakness in the pi iv was
It may be presumptuous to silk-rest such
a thine, hut that chancier should h.ie'
been kept altogether dit.iched from the,
customary and Ii reslttblc Cohan humor
It may hae been that to introduce th.s
preponderant!"; Ili:ure was Inevitable. Hut,
could he not have been sought out" SI oilld
he have been drarited b a most artl-i
tidal expedient Into the llrst act?
Once he was seen In a hotel room
husyliiK himself about trivial and mun
d.inii mattirs his inyste- as a fliture was I
none. Had he not better have belli kept
as n cloud over the actions of the rest t
of tlm character" He nuKht have bei n .
nnd the niovlm; Impulse
of tho pla. Hut he could never hive
ncithlius In t been that portentous tiRiire in me nun. is
Packard's of the spertntors after they had yen!
In a hotel for
him limklnu up n toom
Then Mr Cohan had the pnbl' m of
ilealini; with a IV J ( lioloKical problem in
"The Miracle Man." The transition from
evil to rmid which the patriarch accom
plished was an easier task for Mr. Pack
ard, U.th til" plOce-SI'rt of tit" llOVI'llsl
it lis command. Thire isUKKists Itself
nualn the inii'.tl.ili a, to the wlsilnni of
th- plain rlKht In falllntt to show the-"
chaieiiirs In their original habitat, where
een the lean indication of cood was Im
possible. Pine as the feellntt of sm h
scetieH as the hcalitii of the lame boy
was they wi ro tit Varlanco with th" mood
of tho pleco ill its best scenes Til, II
It was In the actlmr of the erious episodes
Hint Mr. Cohan's plajers were nt their
It would have helped the Keiieral ffect
materially, f"r Instance, to bine hiul an
actress of op,irlctice and authority In
the part of th" Klrl who assumed for the
put pose of the crooks the pint of the
niece. (Jail Kane was bnien'.ibly Incom
petent In tint effort. Hut after all Die
art of tho theatre does not lni:!ti and mil
in the pors t-slon of a line pilr of darn
r .in" of the actors, such as Jannw
."uirl.iwe and Ihitl Hrovte. were illi
mitable 'n their creation of genuine Cohan
tjpes of humor. Tho attetitlvi nnd i nicer
audience revelled in the episodes that
showed Mr. Cohan's annuls, at Its best
Thev ib plorol, and the present writer
would like to add bis Individual tear to
their lamentations, all that was not of the
best three Htar Cohan brand of dram
Krltr.1 Heheff camn to th" Casino last
nlKht In "Pretty Mrs. Hmlth," wlil.'h the
niithnrs describe as u "ivunodj with
in'l1c." Oliver Moroseo, who shares wltli
i:imtr Harris the lerponslblllty for th"
authorship. Is also th" manager, while
1 ki" Consul," have written the music.
Miss Mchiff Is the Dntcllta Smith ot
the play, whoe fortune leads her to
Palm llearb Itr Illicit from a too Jealous
husband Tln re she ineita not mcely her
I husband of the moment hut two others
whom she h'nl assumed were dead.
Miss Hchcff has a number of agreeable
songs, and Mr. Moroseo has provided a
spectacular Palm lleach scttlntr, and Miss
Sclieffs admirers nsk for little else.
If th" an lie n e that welcomed Miss
H licff luck t.) Ilroailway last nlpht bad ,
an, I'liinptiiint It was th it her sonus were,
f ii too f. w and tint none of them cave i
lur a char"'" to show her real abliit;. as
a s.tger inl her last set sonc, 'My
I in am of Dreams," reall ariusui the
Lacklni; much chance to s.ne, Mis
Sci'.eff had at b ast a chain e to .ii ', tor
"Pretty Mis Smith" Is much mon far c 1
than opera and the half ikzeti soi.sa that
h.ivo been added In no wa 'nterrupt
the ruunliiK story of the heroine whose
three husbands appear at Inopportune j
momenLs. line has his n drowned, j
another has committed suicide anl tho
;hlnl ha.s left hor to cum himself of .
Jualousy. All linen appear at I 'aim lleach I
and Miss Scheff'H chief task Is at llrst
to keep them apirt and a.t tho end to mike
th"tn aeri e us which should have her
Her chief helper In this lutrlnuo Is Miss
Charlotte (lnenwi-nd, who proved to bo u
real woman comedian and whose odd d mi
In if was one of the pleiislnB features of
Sydney lirniit. as the euitenlc hotel
lerlt, helped Miss (ireenwood In her fun-
Mrs. Moir was murium; fnim the
111. u-U Hock station to her home and
crossed thn railroad tracks near IlieiiiuUth
of the tunnel. She was struck by the
westbound train, which left Phlladi lphin
at 4 -4fi, and her body was hurled in ross
the easlhound track
Th" sudden application of the etner-
crew and several of the mm passengrr
, inn forward, but thev were met by .1
wa" nf gas and smoke, which had nc-
i iitiiulaled In the tunnel. Three of th
. men nroppeil alongside tlm track and
th" others returned for help,
Later tho air biiatne clearer and an
i other advance was. made
The engineer .tint conductor were found
1 (I id liesh'e the engine.
AT THE SIX DAY THEATRES.
he I.yei iini Tin litre last night,
e the ciiin liision of the plav. It
t !iellee Hint Mr. A. Comstock
.e I:.- iiillful Atlventllie' nt nil,
lie not giving away uny
ns .ir ii in other play. I have
,ir to Mr Comstoik's nlb'K.i
t.i the Plstilct Altoiney, and
t heie Is an InstHiice where
I newspapers of New" York on
.. id ivcnliur of Moiiday, riep
.held 'The Ilelllltlflll Ailv.-n-.
1 i poss. sslng nualitles Just
I., what Mr. Comstock claims
York Si's, 111 an islitorlnl on
'emb. r 1.1, descrlhid the play
i x imple of contetniiorary
d I put the opinion of the
-s of New York against
it- h an Indhldiial nnd that
wh. never plays of an In
er have hei II eihlhlti d In
u have been driven from
their piiformanc" modified,
ii.lii Idii.il piotests, hut
...t sts of N"W Yoilt news-
New York newspaper
"Tli" Hum Tree" nl tin Xlniuliiril
nml .lotion I'.HIiiki- nt the (irnnd.
The fJl.iinlard Theatre, which Is mld
wav hetwceii the downtown plavhouses
and thoe In Hnilim, brotuht to the
New York public last iiiylit a revlTil
which Is almost a novelty Mclntyre and
1 lentil have been playing "The Ham Tree"
under tho minngement of John Colt for
two years, but they hnd not been seen
In their old success In this city since
Its tlrst production here. The two
comedians are ns amusing and with the
surroundings Mr. Cort has provided the
entertainment Is lis dillghtful as ever.
The lar-J" audience enjoyed It Immensely
last night . ,
.lullnn Hltlnge In "The Crinoline (,lr!
was M'cn hist night nt the (irnnd opera
House. Mr Kltlngf's clcvir Impersona
tion of a oung woman of the day was
(lull" as much iidmlred as his appearance
In th" costumes of an earll
play Is unite as umuf-lns
Knickerhocker Then tic.
SIX TELL OF CLEARY CRIME. LASSEN .EXPLODES: NEW CRATER
as It was at the
"TIpplMB the Winner" Open I HIT I'liM
Itiineil, ri.A nnenlni: nerfoimai"e a! the Long
aero Then ire of
" . comeny in w no o i, Mini " -
aualnst the moials of ,rnr,OM nn, M ngant ilieenc will nppeir
TlPliIng the Winner," th"
which IMith Taliaferro, Miuiy
Three rrlellils of Miiji'1
I'loin (ii-nnil .lory,
lUvnisTUAW, N Y. Sepl '.'1- Sit wit
i,"ksi s told th- fir ind Jury to-day how
William Cleary, former County Clerk,
killed Kugcne Newman, 19 years old, six
days after the youth bad sicrctly married
Hefore the wltnisses were heard Su
pronie Court Justice Mills sustained th"
fhalleng" of District Attorney (iagen to
three men who haj been called to serve
on the J'irv They had visited Cleary In
Jsll. Heniiird Vox, nil eyewltni "s uf
the shooting, asked to he excused from
the (ir-ani! Jury
The Jury will not report for n week.
WOMAN BITTEN BY DOG MAY DIE
lli'iippcil i Viili'iiin'- I'urtj, -eiubth liriiplloii Is
I'lrst Due in Cmisi' Ihirtluilllll.c,
Uti.mvii, C.il . Sept. i' After n period
of snnitheied iniitte.iiig and runihling
I.assrn Peak exploded to-day In a sharp
thunder clap which shocked the houses at
M.iconiliir I'lat, nine m!bs fnmi the
niount'iln. The eruption to-d ly Is the
forty-eighth since the prehistoric volcano
awoke to life Mav 3ii. nnd the Hist tii.it
has bien accomp.iiiled bv an eat tlupiaKe
A vast a'lioiint of sulphii' ous, ash laden
smoke and steam inivd from a l)ur-
"!ie ii, ile In low the imler M'nts. The
uii'iliit lin Pnw has four craters - -the
am lent one, still n'uliil, the new main
cr.ltet, Closely mljllcellt , ii third critir
furtnid hv tli" eruptions of th" last three
weeks, and the fissure hleiin open tn-dny.
XI nil A I Inch
making, and Claude l'lcminlng ns the l it-
. st and tlmilly successful husband of the
ptetty Miss Smith milled an attractive
presence and an agreeable voice to this
"comedy with mmlc "
GONDORF GETS FIVE YEARS.
IScnpeil Trlnl sin en Times Hefore'
oil Wlretlliilii I'rnnils, 1
Charles (iondorf. who for upward of
twenty years was the rcngnlieil head of
the gang of "wiretappers" hearing hi.s
nil me, was f-ent to Sing Sing prison yes.
terday for not less than tlve nor more
than ten vear.s by Judge Hwmn In fien
eral Scs'lons. Ho had been convicted of
stealing Js.fiin from Hugeno Adams, a
Umdon caterer, who was in New York
(iondorrfl two confederates In the hold
up of Adams, Charles Carbonell and Ja
cob Cohen, pleaded utility when Assistant
IJIHrlct Attorney McConnlck moved their
trials after (iondorf got his sentonc.
Carbonell, an ex -convict, wns sentenced
to two years nnd six months and Cohen
to not less than one nor more than three
years In State prison.
fiondorf was never before tried, al
thouKh ho had bee i arrested seven times i
for frnuds running is high ns IIOO.OOO, '
and had alwnH li. ,.sted that ho had a
"pull" in the Police Pcp.irtmont and with,
llx-sciintor Iveiin's Cooilltlon lirnrr, '
Kl.izAiit'.Tit. N .1., Sept 21 -I'orinerS
t'nlted Stabs Senator John ICi-ni, whn
lias been In a serious condition at It's home i
In I'rslno. Ptiloti township, since Julv,
suffering from llrlghfs iliseiun. Is ro-1
ported at his home to-night to he still In I
a critical condillon The ductal i iidmlt
Hint he Is In danger of death. Senator
Kein Is ahoul 02 years of aire
I Ad etittii e tnai wouiu
so iieth'.int to me. Hut Mr
, r.iun leil charges mean noth-
. . n upheld In the production
la the newspapers of Now
n . . nt mil. I feel that their
I n.wer will see to the
. I., in it f this play
Mr ( '.unstuck outrages the
STAf.E CHANGES IN BROOKLYN.
I'oiniliir IMtOs Presentril
teriK. Ilic lllier.
.. v ,,. was Ifoiy'il.n In the
Tin. Yi How Ticket" at
Tiicitio l.it night, and a
. p. t fur'naiicc Hint gavo of
, I ,li wish maiden. A. H.
1 1 c i client conipany asso
,n .1 Michael Moiton's nil In
. .'iiiiii us ever,
i w In" u ill ions editions of
ii ' .1. it, luit certainly none of
. i superior to the perform
. i i-t night at '.he Do Kalh
cm Hill has for this latest
"i . the popular musical play
. .in. i .ii, attractive, girls and
s to i iimp'.ctc succivs
. i ,. (list acllcss eer sciei ted
I. .'in III T.ului', W,s '.he hero.
M. tmcrs s play when "Peg
' w , s i t 'd last night at the
T .1 e M as Ityan'n perform-
i i in i n praised and Iho other
i 'ho pirfoniia!ici are admirable.
In the principal idles, has been potponei
i... iMsenh ttrooks fiom to-morrow until
Iliiiel l)fn Stnrs
In .Veil IMti.
Tt.ASTIC ClTT. N J. Sept St. -Hazel
Dawn began her llrst stanlti',' tiEngctni nt
here to-night lit th" Nlxuu Theiitre. up
pearlng In the title part of "The Debu
tante," n row- musical comely hv Hairy
It Smith, wllh lvrle bv Itohcit H. Smith
and music by Victor Herbert, ether- III
th" cast we." Aim M-idle. Will West,
William Danforth, IMt-rt
Stewart Halrd. '..c Harnett, M..i.l..()dell
and Svlvla Jason Victor ll.'iheit con
ductid" th" lnrgc orchemra.
A Scotch coll'e lielleved to be in i '
bit two wonun at 4."iil West IVirtv-tlui t
street yesteiilay. and at the P. ilycl.nl.
Hospital last night It was unld that .n
had slight chance for recovery The other
will bear marks for life
The dog wiih one of two kept In the
furnished room house of Mis. Delln W. r
iter, and It was she who was mo' sui
ously Injured The other victim wa i
laundress. Mis Mnrv Hoard, who lives
at 5:1.1 West I'orty-Ilfth street.
Pollrennn HumIiIo.'i was called In bv
exctd neighbors. Ilushlun chased the
dog through tine" looms of the house
and finally killed It with one bullet. The
head anil bud) of the dog were pent to
the Hoard of Health for examination
IMns nml P-iiei-rs.
The new Pl'V -vhlcH '""' fjaW will
star and which Is as yet uiinani. d. will go
Into rehearsal to-day Among th""'' '"
,...i r..,. ii.., siintiortinv ca"t UN' M. i,
7.' 7.,.. v..ie slunk, nml William Norton. ,
. : ' . ' ,.. i. im-il l.u I "
William .. iiiiniy ii"" "--:.--.:
T.ll. .s Hi,, .lur In "The I .one "oil,
.i.i.i. i. in lie shown bet" on October
The play Is a ilrnmiitUatlon by Itobcit
lliiiiMiin of the novel of the samo name
hv Louis Joseph Vnnce
Louis N Parker, uuthor of "J ph and
Ills Hieiliieii." "Dlsi.ieli" and "Pom iii'l'T
Walk" ciled on the Minnelnhii on Ml-
Unl,v Tor New Yolk Ile fs Illllg to
see t ie lehear- lD 'if I no Hl'.httl. of
Life,' i ilramatiiiitioii of "Dmld "'PPer
Held," w hich Is lo be pi oducid at allack s
Thentlc nrxt month, with Lennox IMwIu
SELWYN & CO. GET THE HARRIS.
AVliniJien Their 0n Theatre Willi
With a view of hnlm; peniianeut quar
ter! in N.w York r-r the production of
their new nlavs. Selwyn A- Co have taken
over the le i.ie and maiifiRcnieiit of the
Harris Th"ii ire, in Port second slrcut he
tween Hrnadway and n.ghth avenue The
arrangement with th" II II. Harris e.itatr
w;w coinpleli'd .osteeilay anil ScIwmi e.
Co. lit once assumed charge uf the thi itre
It Is to be reopened for thn present sci
on October i'.' Willi -"iwyn vo.-s-
production of Owen Johnson's play "The
"l,nil l,uur" I'roiliieeil.
DltTI'.oir, Mich., Sepl 21. I'l'i'il C
Whitney's latest operatic product! m, en
titled "Lady Luxury," had Its Initial per
I'oiniance to-night at the Di troll Opera
House. Tho piece Is hi Illda Johnson
Young, with music by William Schio.dei
Dorothy Wi lib pluye I thr tltbs role The
ila,v will he seen In New York lut" In tht
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