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THE I WASHINGtON HERALD RALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER E 4 1906 5
1 I AMELIA BINGHAM AND ANDHER ANDHER ANDHER
F HER GOLDEN SWAN SWANBy
By MARIE B SCHRADER
It t has been toy ID pleasure pt t ure to Interview InterviewOur lutemewJ IfltCt1iWI
J I Our Amelia meILa as the Utc 4tc Hiilsry Bell Bella
a affectionately calkd her w mfcl varied variedsurroundings variedurrolndlnp VarIedurrtiundIna
surroundings urrtiundIna but never hat she he bean so soartistically 10artbl1cally 0 0irijtIcally
artistically pfotured as a during lJ1tq the tent tentchat JutCha lsatchat
chat Cha which too looll place at her beautiful beautifulhomo beauuruth011cJ beautifulhorc
homo h011cJ on in East Thirtyfirst street street In this thisoltj tJtdt thiSMuch
dt oltj Much Iuch has ba been written about aItovtgorus tW tWgcrccous tillS tillStrgCUS
gcrccous place but no one has attempted attemptedo M1MPI4tle2ertbe Ue lpte8 lpte8leslribe
o describe all the wonders that are aretherein antherdn I It15rfl
therein displayed d liIplaytd for both L LIftt yd Ring BlUgain BbsCalll RingaJii
ain anJ an Our Amelia are constantly constantlyudciis eont C0flStLL C0flStLLL atty
1 udciis u t L < their collection lJeclion of t rare and val valUHtlc valCidtJC V V4L1e
UHtlc 4L1e curios UrtjS and furnishings hHOD hHODclin Honest HonestAnrciia lionsatncii
Anrciia ncii clin has lta long ago earned the reputa reputation repuratiOI repuLato ¬
to tion or of t being anything but theatrical and andwUrn andW andwb4
W wb4 wUrn JJ sn h Ie j removes emoc the pink paint and andfret audfr andfrebolored
fret fr frebolored < t coiored powder she is I absolutely her herown berown herow
own ow seif sd f without a vestige VeStie of a resem resemblance resemblariCc resemb1ae ¬
blance of the th many characters chara teq in vrhich vrhichshe whlckshe hICIi hICIishe
she has endeared htrself to the public publicOn pubUcOn publicOn
On toimer t I mer occasions I had called at her herdrerrgroom herure5rgroom herdrerrgroom
drerrgroom in the theater or had chat chatted cbatted ¬
ted in various rooms oms in her home with withwhich withwhi Withwhih I
which whi h I am well acquainted A surprise surpriseiiuwever urprtael
l iiuwever L er was in store for me when hen I J was wasconducted WuIlond I
conducted lond ucted past the receptionroom the thepark tbeparkr th I
park arIL r on the next floor Miss Bingham Binghamsvon Binghaml1 a
von vT1 l1 private suite Uite on the lh next fl fl4hir jr Jr and w wm o ojn
jn up another flight ight Where arc you youiikin youTkirig 01 01ukin I
iikin ukin wae i inquired of the neatly uni unii unllor unifrid
i lor frid on ned youth who conducted me heaven heavenwai be heaYCn1aI uen
wai 1 i I glanced in at tt t the open door of ofMi ofli 01
Mi Mit li Btecharas Marie Antoinette room roomi roomwJalch r00fl1which I
i which stocd d the famous amoua bed formerly formerlypossession iormerIite
11 > < > possession cf the iilfaied mfa ed queer e < tlSa tlSaHir 111 111PrJblWl
Hir PrJblWl jbm was a wont to take her b f siestas I
1 F but t ft 1 now no stood bare and tenaiw tenaiwJess tenallJSL tctl3LI
Jess JSL I caw another fleeting look at the theQJ thoOJ
cQ3 QJ OJ where th h wioden oden Joan of Arc Arcit Ant
it motionless ucDJ on n th tbe mantlepiece mant1evl c and andiiuj andh
iiuj h j followed fo OWH ulently 1 Iend but breathlessly breathlesslyp br athlJ athlJP
p BBV until I xmld < gp P no farther farLherw My MywH
wH w wi4ratned > Itnlned > trained fuMe noiselessly ftO opened o n a aor aJ1
or J1 j i plNJ > nd f an quietly entered ellt The Thec
A I LC c bat met my 050 ase was more fit for forpen forpen or orof
pen of a poet than that of myself myselft
t turned like ilk a dream for there upon uponOias uponj
Oias j J ias ias rested an enormous golden swan aD aDI
I teemed c med t to be gently ently drifting with the thetf theXIs
tf < Its proud neck was gracefully gracefullyirclKM
irclKM rctr = 1JtIiI and tts glistering bin lay lightly lightlyjr U UTn
Tn > jr n tu K tfMranVd ienied breast It was aa magnltf magnltfmu maamaflL magnI
mu L Its talMeaibrr taU4 tbH8 tMra stood perpemBeu perpemBeunly perpeneuFly
nly 1 Fly s If f in pesieorh qeock Haeelt eeit Bv Wver WverII er ry to 416 416il ¬
il f1I r Us U workmanship erl rtaashlp was eGlllpltte complete
ile e spriest uUeSt IHt feather feat eather was wa perfectly qerr tTV
i by b hand and my eyes CY w ra so Jilted Jiltedvith huedvith
vith it h the wonder onaer of K all 11 that they t for formCftt a aiivraml
iivraml mCftt faifd to note the beautiful beautifulraa beautifuli1
raa i1 who be reclined reeUn on its back 1 rub
3 1 spy y eyes and opened them again for foriierey forjt forherO
iierey herO jt in a beautiful negligee ee of white whlt blle
ilk 1k k an 4 laet lac which contrasted so won
1 fuflr ttlJbWl with the tb gold was u Our Ame Amedto
dto pulled 1ed an eiderdown elder eler4w cover eo vor of 01
ii nitf id gold op about aI her and In
i > 111 d i Me 15 to be seated comforubly comforublyI co I
I aw just 1 umt resting ret fac she said Uuriiy 1uI1ynd 1dlyflthiSLaOOm7dywleeuIUkj
n nd flthiSLaOOm7dywleeuIUkj < J tfcfe i is one of my days 11 when be I like OMdfft
> Orftt wtfl the tide of ray 10 thoughts on onY 011swa ney
Y swans swa 5fl back II Sometimes eUmtier after a days daysJU9OB day dayJ i I Iuuon
JU9OB J wOffc I cannot bear to even go to toroom tarQOiIt Is I IQ1
room Q1 where bere the Marie Antoinette bed bedor
for or sotusbow I commence mmenne to think thinkaut
i < nit the e awful tragedy of her life and andyea aacIyea ai aiI I
> yea see I cant compose netnn myself for the thew tileIV the thew
w minutes aut9 of Quietude qu tu at my disposal d1apaL10S
love l this swan swan and somehow some I forget forgetI
I aMt tae n be ovtftide
world the atruKgte atruKgteevcryday at1UqleCeryd1 t tcrythy
evcryday Ceryd1 crythy existence the eternal grind grindambitivtt pfncIal8bit I It
t ambitivtt al8bit which bldl urges one afwmy nn nni
i erer toping continually e ntID onnUnUyreatan y working workingo wMldaber
o rearrangetf reatan her soft pillows 11 against againstre apt aalas aalase
re rc e aprandinaj tail 1 of the giant swan an and aad5ksj ando j I
stetf Ow o Mad ligtuly 11 against one of its
< ltltC U < xI wings which form the side sI of this thisDazing thUjazina
4 Dazing aNt royal bed bedi
i have n6 swan song aoDCuJ as yet continued nOnttuu4pds
liss 1 S Btaghara for despite the dhKOurag dtacou dtacou1g dtacourn dtacournand
HK and costly efforts i hive made ma4 to give giveiii ctveI I
iii I public what J 1 judged good plays I Inan Iwan I Iafl
nan afl to continue playing and 4frtag 0 < the tbetit thet4t
tit i people as associates 411a ciates in my company
But do tell me me I said where wh 1Ien on onsrtn onrrn or orrtfl
srtn rrn you discovered and lured this thisc thl raag rna rnacoat
< c coat < nt bird to a core P far front roan Cen
I ftark ftarkMr Parltu tar tarMr
Mr ° u Mr r BID found
my swan S1IrII lbS an ua
< T red d If It lta
past hi sun a mystery but t
fitts h found a good home and Is being beta beIntd
Mil td cared for as you o see Mr Bingbam Bingbamccmntantly BhtgbalDcntl7 Blaghancoontantly
ccmntantly looking oktng for or odd pfec es c of ofirniture ofmlture o ornlture
irniture but be cook not believe his 111 own ownes 0 0s owis
es s When h be ran acrocs sero so unique a thing t I
1 swan bed Feel it and notice 1IOtI how howassivo ho
assivo sive 35flj it is Is It tIsndeofnp tIsndeofnpuIrss to made of walnut and andiuirtc andul
iuirtc ul several severs raJ men to move it It We had hadovcre badoVftoai ha I Iovfe1
ovcre oVftoai with gold 1d leaf and a m 110 > there you youre yo 01 01taaa I Ir
re r More tnan ton a that 1 cannot tell you youxcept youept
xcept 1t ept J t that t t it to a piece of exquisite ulalte hand handirving han i irvIng
irving 1 inc and Is supposed to have been beenrvugh bfofftjucht bee I Iugh
rvugh jucht ugh from from the other aide Me since nothinir nothiniriis noth nothI nothtn r ras
iis I kind has ever ev been done hi tbi tbituntfy om omtI1t thuii
tuntfy tuntfyXow tI1t ii try tryNw
tI1tow
Xow ow tell me about year new play ThelC Th The Theiiac I Itc
iiac lC Room RoomIn RoomIn RoomIn
4 In the thet Lest niace lac I wl believe It to a aood good good I
t but the public JubtJ shaH decide that I bal for forts to r
ts if u eulab ulab Dig 1 and Bvelyn Greenleaf Greenleafithcrland Or ca1eat f
ithcrland are its It coauthors s It ItIf to a a I Imdy
mcdy If tdy in which
an American girl is anT snrunded 8U1ndW anTund
unded und ndW d by b Bngitoh ajIIsh lah people and Interests nte21 nte21Hi I
id j amuses fl0 them hem all by her onldt wit witrd wflo wi wiid
rd o ready Intelligence which enables her heri hermaster be bemaster
c i master several sveru complex com x situations My 1 1Jj r
ntlre Jj tire company eolftiMUt is English so that there tlanean then C Can
an be no false fa note not struck by an Amer Ameran Ameran Amerfin
an imitation ItitIo accent a Dt Two nets take place plac e
T th the lIe ream from which w wijc icb the thetrlea j pIa l y r rerlves
trlea rhe its title This is my room room and in Inaet Ii I Ie
e < act I have we delirious
a comedy love IoY IoYllIe C CtUC
< me fn which hle I stand behind a half hat f fpned
pned P > ned door and nd make Iftak love to my sweet sweeteirt aweetelrt sweeteart
eirt elrt WM h br if on the other 1Jaer side of the par parition
it itiOA ion i cannot go out in the tb hall or jet ietliro le t turn
liro urn in IJUHIe for the simole mole reason rsa that tbataVe thatsave I Iave
aVe on mctely a kimono Imouo over my night nightrcss nJehtI nighcaL
I rcss caL i ma matt Ire my entrance in the first On act ac acrouge
hrougn rouge a window wlado rather unconventional unconventionalnt
nt It And A so on throughout thlOU hout the th play pbtyrai 1 1n
rai n 1 constantly ecII8ta doing doI doth and saying Ing things thinghICd I
Uiica hie hICd ftm amuse mtts < The exciting scene lCn seene1ice o takes I Ilce
irce m tiu Ii iitoe room in whih I h some someMinter somejnt eor eorbave
Minter jnt eiitT rt have hidden Jt bIdden their plates platesi platesfdless pIatscdlesa
> fdless i dless to f31 ta ay like most American girls girlstin girlslin girlsUn
tin equal euai to tOt totne thc oeeaston
1 was offered P Paul ul Potters play Bar Bara flaria nr nrIf
a < If ia a Million JlUJJona which wh h recently ntl7 proved provednipleto provedrnplfte oJ oJnil1M
nipleto nil1M fi failure for Lillian L Russell I
HI itl nOt care ear n fer m r toe tile play rat promised t tskler tltff IisiIpr
skler > ltff another on one by the same Stme sn autlior autliori iutlio iutliorht uth < H Hlh
i lh rht he Rose se of St Pierre which was r rave rne t tave
ave been given to me by August first I Ivas Il Icas
vas l liteapnointcd lftlnftiQt in h this th and thn some someow sonlw aon
It 4 ow w learned meet of my present piny the thesht
w sht ghto < of which wble had been owned by Max Maxtie rax raxne 1axC
tie C Eilliott for two twoealS tw
years She could CO ld not
so s it l > n
account of the
success ucce of Htr
Iwn vvn Way WayU WayIt Wayit
It seems m to me that the best things of f I Ie
e jpesent ii aent nt time ar ar tr < from the
pens of I
IW w AWtbors thora I njseif my elf > have Always alWft78 i
1 ned ri to encourage urag unknown uknow people forl for I
houBht thut these plays were w r often more I Ivnrthy I
vnrthy rJrtk of 4Jt productio pro 1rOUCti uctiJ thai the th madeto mactetonkr 1 I
racr dCT work of
uiiurs WI lrs whose
nar1P8Hlld natacI14l names namesv
v mid Hlld s 5Nure < rure a i sale sal One 0n object of the I I1ayper i
layfCKrs Club of which I am president presidentto presi ient ientto i ito
> to enrourage tc t native ate t playwright play
i is t tte Intention or this tit organization to tour toItT totr
ur tr produce tiuxc or r four plays p1ay each eachasoi eactaaso j
asoi aso by unknow unkno t authors There Th re seems seemsclar j I
chance clar 1arcc cc of the Asorionn ltlri < IJ1 playwright plawri < ht htJling be beV I Irains
V rains iing the vogue OiPN judging ja gnc by IJ the num numr
r 1 of plays flla p1y i by fellow fdlo f flow Americans whih whihe Whi h he I
je e proving success succccs The 7 Great Dl
Ide by William Vaughan Ulghan Moody 1000 oody has haseen haseen j jJcen
een > liaicd as the th gnat nat American PlaY
The Three Th of U1 l by lJ Rachel Crotbers Crotbersnd I
nd Brown of Iarvt J are American Americaninys American1iL I
1iL inys j which aro r inoi IWIt than successful wCCestUliDEIfec
Belfeve m 01f d M fi s Dingham rals ralsK rulsshapdy
K < shapely urns from its itsvnnr It Itlm Itstrn
vnnr lm sik tI tk cnvcring ring and pointing pointingriri J > t ttririu I
tririu < iTlc riri iiuix ind x finger ftnt > r impressively fmpre shcly all thIs thlHk thIst thak
k t p 3owntrodJi tl tlawntrOJslIiliy < wntrodJi AT n CMI CMIlay l lIly
lay rr itory itor tory is 5 for or kt l mf n nt tti t11 yoi vo voI O I Ihe I
I he civ iJ of r thv th Aimrica play pb i irrltt I IV
4 V rrltt rtg i ui 3 hI h < re Both he and nd fcho h ho
have arrived There Is nothing worth worthwhile worthwbl1e worthwhite
while to t be purchased from r the 11 h other otherside ot otside OthOcside
side The French F reneh h ana ad an English En are areIng send sending HIWlsnat ¬
ing no great successes 8U to us u We Ve wens wensformerly WeNtonnerJr weroformerly
formerly accustomed to rely very ef larfsly larfslyupon Jar lare1yupon lf lfupon
upon foreign authors RUthOl Indeed Ind ed we were werealmost werealmost werealmost
almost entirely dependent df ndeot upon them Our Ourmanagers Ourntanapra Ourmaiiageri
managers were afraid to take rbks Now Nowthe Nowthe Nowthe
the tabtes taht > are turned and London itself itselfis ItHJtfa ItselfIj
is beginning begbua to take us s seriously seriouslyThe 1ii000IouslT sorfouslyh
T The h native autnor cannot help being boineencouraged bob bobencoutRbfd beingencouindd
encouraged when he looks about him and andsees andkefI andsees
sees what other Americans are a com accomplishing avcomPII11flL comThat ¬
plishing What Tht a wonderful hit The Lion Uonand LJnand Lionand
and the Mouse has been in this country countryThe countr countrTbe countryThe
The Chorus Lady by b James Forbes has hasadded hasa hasadded
added a itself to the list for or it U moving movingfrom movIngfrom movingfrom
from one theater to another in order to toremain tonomm torcmam
remain rcmam in New W York where w wters ere tho box offiea offieacant offieQcant otfloa50ut
cant handle baad the demand for seats seatsIn seatsIn
In speaking sp aklng klng of The Lion and the theMouse theJIIoae theltloue I
Mouse Miss lss Binbfttn you did not men mention menLion n ntton ¬
Lion the fact set that It was a dire failure in inLondon InLo11 InLondon
London on How do tb 10 you account ace unt for that thatI
1 hare ha an n answer ready read for your yourquestion yourquestion our ourquestion
question said d Miss Bingham The mat matter matler mattsr ¬
ter was wa Quite a mystery mTSu q to mo until Lit an anEnglishman uEn
Englishman En iihn explained it to ma then thenit theaseemed asI I
it seemed enMMI simple enough You have haveheard bavebean bav bavbeard
heard the American excuse e cuM I dont care careto cartto te teto
to see such and such a play because I Iwant 1want I Ito
want to be amused when I go o to the thetheater thetheater thitheater
theater havent you OU The fengltouman fengltoumanis ID hnisamrf man
is f much the same Mr Kleins IJeJn play dealt ctftllwith < dealtwith als alswith
with finances ft and the Englishman ngIIkmn wan wanto wanto a ato
to forget ail 1l about that when h n be leaves leaveshis 1 1bls Ieav1his
his work and goes out to be entertained entertainedxi entertainedUkes
xi ne likes to have his hi mind conouoUd conouoUdtnronglt tJOOO cnauctetorongit Oted OtedtDTOttglt
tnronglt different channels in the lb even evenIng eY eYIDt evenWhat
Ing IngWhat
What fit f the society IOCIt playr 7
It will be remembered that ante I1M I1Mham Bh Bhg > s
ham h aitt first made Uyda 31 1 kcb ch ch the f fby feahioty fsabloa fsabloaby I
by b y M dewly eIl predncin uc1ug his orekW f ffrom toofrom c
from f rom the trunks of the P lWr vr landred landredknown IINtIIIIImown i
known k nown te t us as The rho Ctimbers Oar Oertamly Qertaint
tamly taint t Pitch had mad ma4e e prtvtoa pre efforts effortswhich etroriswbteb eWor
which had h met with some success lout loutM1 ut utMiss u t
Miss M1 Btoshnt to I in reality his nc it itsponsor 1teponIOt s t
sponsor sponsorThe eponIOtThe poulorThe
The day of that tire tT of play Is over overshe over8M ovrhe
she s he responded Society tat t J no longer longernteresu 10agerlatereata r
latereata I nteresu The CUmbers has stnck silK Q QImftated 001 a aimitated I rI
imitated I by so many n7 avtbors that 001I the thepublic tpublic tin I
public p ublic er cries cs for something meUtlQC different an anwhst Dwhat
what could coo be more different than r rwith psyl T I
with th heart and son soul bateau of frocen frocenword flOlllftwoo a
word woo words and suppraeeed ed emoUons The ro romantlf rG rGmatIC
mantlf matIC play too to gone We are ar too toopractical 100pneUca to topractical reS S
practical 1 to give lve more toan passing m mlerest 111lerMt
lerest l oseat to It It I ant now Sf speaking eaking king of ofCG5tume ofoutume e ecostume C
costume c rowantis play pia for a drama wkn wknromance wk wkIOIftanC wk1 a
romance Is always intereeting sine sinH ro romance 19manee ¬
mance to some part of heart and sooL sooLMiss 8011IMfa
Miss Binham has away been Interest uitereeted InterNted
ed e d In young women who are new ne to UK UKstage th thstace
tba
j stage s tage I asked ked her if she cscill kept in indo IncI ii a
do cI c lose touch with th them themTea thema themTea
Tea Tea a I 1 do she said And the stage stagecontinue Mag S Sontinues
continue c tiau overcrowded Th The trouble trou trouthere to tothere I C
ct
there t hese are so many welltodo young y wo women 0 0IMII ¬
men who are willing wflltll to work for prac practically pracically ¬
tically l nothing m fa order to say that they the thebave r
have been associated with a certain play piayand p1a r rand
and a certain star tartor for of course e such sucha
a connection proves a benedt afterward afterwardthat AtterWlUdtbat
that the u poor struggling gllDg ambitious tteu tteubaa girl gir 1
has a more difficult road than ever Only Oa1 r
last 1 35t week we an automobile stopped Us Usfront fafront Ii I Ifront
front of my door and a beautiful young youngwoman JOUftgwomaa yowi r rwoman
woman womaa gowned wned In the height of fashion fashionquestioned faahloaq
questioned q me as to a a chance of her ser sercuring Iecurill as
curing a position J with me Tne r salary salarywa wru r
wa was u nothing she said for she di d not notneed notMed no noseed t
need It Her a diamonds sparkle 8 kk as she shespoke sh C Cspoke
spoke end I saw that sbe wag U in earn earnest ¬ i
est I wa wall obliged ecI te refuse her atnea atneamy sine e emy I
my company was s engage hut that thatenly te teonly I S
only one of many instance wjiien elt earns earnsunder iu e 0under
under my lilYldJaI obeitrvaUoaMies observation observationUtos
Utos Binsham then t hen told me of the time timewhen un C Cwhen
when he as representative of the American AmericanActresses AmertcaoAe ia iaaetraess
Ae Actresses At the Federation of Womens Wo Women 5
Clubs Cia which met m t in St Paul last spring sprn
she he addressed several thousand people on ni n
the t he subject of her profession Miss Bing titn
ham had the honor of being selected from froma fret
a large Dumber bet of prominent aetreseea >
This was the tI first time the stage had ever eve 5
been repreeemed repreeemedAfter repnoeenedAfter representedAfter
After chatting so animatedly on these theMaubjfCt thee C
subjects her voice Voc became languid and andslower an anslower d Cd
slower then I caught her eyes c eye gently gent 7
eledtng She had b been n rehearsing r flit day daj r
and was tire tired so I i Quietly uiSUy left her asleep seine seineon 8Ieep
on the back ba k of her golden IIOhI n swan us beau I ¬
tiful a nature as artist over fancied fanaJ fanaJNew
New York November r 1 1Tho 1Th 1The
The Th Jlntcmnnn Rn1 JUnnn Orchestra Orch Ira Concerts ConcertsThe ConcerhcTile ConeertThe
The Rakemann Pak rwann Concert Orchestra ht8t will willgive wi wigive m
give > the second of Its series rI6 of popular
Sunday night concerts cont < ts at the Belasw Betas BelatTbcatCr
Theater Nov November mber li 11 The success of this thisnew thIsnew ttti
new venture in the musical ibid of Wash
ington seems assured by the attendarcj attendarcjand attendap attendapnd utendaTcnd
and nd enthusiasm that greeted ete the Inau Inaugural Ina InaguraJ Inalgural
gural event last Sunday and by thj tt tt1tm1Mll tt U Upromises j
promises 1tm1Mll of ci future support that have been bnorUle bee i
forthcoming orUle mt from tha ho appreciative muxy Thus < j jwill
Jo lovers na of the The
city next t protranlm protranlmut In InWill
will ut pre present nt another collection of melo m ml ltl
dtou dtt gems from the th great composers composersthe of ofthe o
the lighter forms of musical mu leal art and th thencores thC thCeu t1 t1encores <
encores eu rH will prove pn prov ve especially delightful delightfulit 1 1at
it to 1 predicted predlet The seat ael 98lt s will open openext ope fl flnext i inext
next ext Thursday at the he Beiaaco BeJ Theater Theat TheaterAnflplnynlghllng r rI j jn
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n YTfftT nry L 1 1 Mencken eneken th the w well ll known knowndnunatic knowndnunaUe knos m mdramatic
dramatic critic of the Baltimore Sun next nextto nextto ne Ct Ctto
to William Winter Vlnter probably the oldest oldestmember oldestmember olde oldemember
member of the craft in active aeli vat service servicethe in inthe Inthe
the country coua y has sent out proposals pr0poalsthe for forthe forthe
the establishment of a new society to be beknown beknown 1 1known
known as the International Dramatic DramaticCritic Dramat DramatCritic i
Critic An AnUPlywrtUng tlPlny writing Association As taUOIi The Theorganization TI TIorganization
organization will confine Its membership membershipaccording membershipareordin anembershi anembershiaccurdin
according areordin to Mr Jr Menckens lenckes prospectus prospectusdrnatie to todramatic to4Tamatle
dramatic critics who have never written writtena writh n nplay
a play never yearned ye Tntd to write a a play and andnever andnt ai d dnever
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Varon YorOftji Jrbcau Jirbeiia ta the h latest actress to
116 s robbed Sh She lost only on 300 3 SO < worth of ofclothing otcSothln
clothing cSothln > and a a piece of bricabrac how tOw tOwr tOwYvotte
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Tvette Oultbert and Albert Chevalier Chevalierwilt
will make ke 8SQW 1000 miles on thalr present presentAmerican presentAmerican
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to t the Pacific Coast CfJMtLeah
Leah Klaachna KiemchnaIs te to St b put on by b a aHarJom
Harlem stock company soon It will ba bsthe
the first production pz odtitkan of the piece since sinaeltrs
Mrs Flake Ftsk wee seen In It ItSotomon
Solomon Rabinovltch who is called tho thoJwh
Jewish Mark Twain who recently arrived arrivedIn
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several eral plays under tho pseudonym of orS
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Hdda Gabler has hashoon been selected as the thaplay thopIq
play in n which th the Ri R RoebIafl > selan liUI Mme 1mc Alia Naz NazImona
Imona will make h her r entree entroein In New York YorkwhlolJ
who whlolJ v1ll 1U take place paco at the Prlacoas PrlacoasTheater PrinccssTb PriucosTheater
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Elsl Elsie Moor one on of Eddy Foys Foy company companyin
in The Earl and the Girl was seriously seriouslyInjured serIouslylnJure seriously1n3ure
Injured by th Use giving way of a stage stagestairway uage15arwa stagestairway
15arwa stairway daring durlnga a performance at Zancs Zancsvllie anet anetyule nes nesUie
yule Uie Wis wi on Thursday night nightMrs ril nightMrs ht htNrs
Mrs FIske during her forthcoming New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York engagement will give a special mat matin matinee matLace
in Lace e for f r the benefit of the bird protection protectionfund protecUontund protectionfund
fund o of the League Lo ague of American Sports SportsCaught Sportsmen SportsCaught
men menCaupt
Caught in the t e Rain the new fares In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which William Collier Is to appear this thisseason UtlSOII thismason
season OII is now under reharsal In Now NewYork NowYork NowYork
York His HIII1e leading c1lng woman will 111 bo Nan NanA Nannetta an annett
nett nettaA CoQtsteck CoQtsteckA
A copyright presentation pro entaUon of Belascos Belascosnew BelascoIMW elascoonow
new pIa play The Rose ROIi of tho Rancho Ranchowas nanchWI Ilancbowas
was WI given lveR In Lenden on Friday Dr1da Belasco Belascoplainly Belascopla Belascophdy
pla plainly lJr isnt superstitions for the first firstAmerican first1IMrfCIIIA firstAmerican
American performance p rformaaeo of the piece Is Ct CtfQr actur et etfor
for f ur November 1 1The 1 1TM 1Tb
The Tb towns 06 o the S South uth Atlantic coast coastare COBatare coastre
are a re to have th their ir ir theatrical wants in a part partsupplied partltIPPIIod partupI1ed
supplied s this winter by a a company of ofpltytrs orra ofhyra
p pltytrs ra who will make their tour our In a aneht atena
s team yacht The PeruehlGypzine com company cQlnr ctmay ¬
p pany ay r i II tte Ute title of the now enterprise ontsrprlseand onterprJecl enterprisend
and p nd It sets Mil all from New w York tomo tomorrow tomorow tomoThe ¬
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The stage censorship cen fshlp movement reports reportssteady reportssteady reportsteady
steady s progress In both Springfield and endWorcoeisr andonuet andWorcester
Worcester onuet Mae MaN no theatrical posters posterscan posterscan postersan
can c an now be stuck on the billboards until untilthey untilthe untilhey
they the t hey have ba been critically examined and andApproved andpprovccl andpproved
Approved a by the tb city marshals The mayor mayorof
of o f Wore WOr etr has declared hlmeolf hostile hostileto hotfllLo
to t o posters of any kind kindAny kindAn kindAny
Any An one who is ambitious to own The TheWisard TheWiard TheWizard
Wizard of t Oz O will havA na hav the opportunity opportunityof
of o f buying ft at MarlMette Wls on next nextSaturday nextSatuNiay nextaturday
Saturday S night n bt when hen It will be revived revivedand revl revivednd d dand
and a nd sold te the highest bidder after the theperformance theperorma theerformance
perorma p performance ee The heirs hfr of the late own owner owner ownr ¬
er o r Fred R It HantUn want to close out outtheir outthri Outheir
their thri t heir theatrical property propertyManager pro propertyanager tJ tJXaaacer
Manager anager Henry W Savage has engaged engagedanother OOfagedaDOt onagednother
another a er prima donna to sin sing n the title role rolein roteIn rolen
in I n Madam Butterfly au tt8ray to take the place placeleft placeleft placer
left r vacant by the defection of Mm Im Nor NorwoodBrandt NorYOOdBra1Hlt NorShi
woodBrandt She is Miss 1Iss Florence Eas Easton Easton Etaon
t ton on formerly of t the MoodyManners com company company cornny ¬
pany t ny in London where here she sang two twosons sea seasons seaat ¬
sons at Covent Cov t Garden She will make makeher makobel makedebut
her debut this week In Boston BostonOiga BostonOIsa BostonNetherwals
Oiga NethcmeMe Neth closed bar s season a on in inEngland inEnglaad inngland
England E ngland teat night and will 111 sail for this thiscountry thIsC01IIIUT thisountry
country c on PrWay nlday next Hor American Americanseason AmericanHaon Amerloanessen
season l will open on November M at the theNbton theNixon theN1on
Nixon Theater Plttsburg Pttls urg when wh n she will wUlappMr WI WIppear
appear a ppear In her own 0 version of Adrienne AdrlonneLeoouYrllUr Adrienneeoouvreur
Leoouvraur L eoouvreur tn addition acJ to tho latter latterplay latterplay latterlay
play p lay Miss lJI Nethersoles repertoire here herethis
this thu season will consist of Camille CamfIJerhe CamUleThe
rhe The Second Mrs Tanejueray Moffda MagdsSspho
Sapbo and C Carmen CarmenAn CarmenAn
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An Albany theater manager has the thehumane thehuaaaae theumane
humane h umane habit of allowing the amateur amateuractors amateurctorI amateurctors
actors a ctorI of the town to relieve themselves themselvesof I Ior
of o f their pentop genius enlUS and d energy by byappearing b bapp 1 1ppearing
appearing app a rlAg at his house bo en Friday Frida night nightBut nlghtBut nigtBut
But the gallery gaUei barbarians fell into the thecustom theeustom thcustom
custom c of showing showt g their lack la k of apprecia appreciation apprcatJen appriaUnit ¬
Unit of the efforts of the amateurs by
throwing t lemons mons at them Consequently Consequentlythe
the t he humane manager has decided to close closethe dosetbe closehe
the t he galleries galler1 on his amateur nights here hereafter hereafter herefter ¬
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de deeply dee eeply ply of pure outdoor o tdoor air to tramp trampafield trampafteld trampld
afl afield afie ld and to be with th the trees and the thabrortka thebroc theks
brortka b ks and the ih rocks and who Is leant Jeaatafraid 1etlfJtRfrnld leanttd
ar afraid afr td of heat or cold or l biird ird rd outdoor outdoorwork outdoorwork outdoorrk
wc work wono rk the profession ot f American forestry forestryappears torolhTftppcers forestrypeara
JP appears no peara to ba ono of 0 tne mo mOlt t inviting or offields orfields ords
fields ftel c ds today It Is a new profession a anew nonew aw
ne new w field in this country and has ll s dc dcvejnpedto deen dcnpedto
vfi vejnpedto vel en npedto edto even what it Is today todflul todflulmOlt todayalst al almost ¬
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ra most mo < st entirely within the past eight or ton tonyears toncarl tenars
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j largo lar i ge In the United States Stl es if they ever everthought cwerthought evoYught
thought tho h ught anything anythfn at all about the mat matter matter matdiscerned ¬
ter teijj tertal discerned in the few people who whotalked whot3tk wht whtked
talked t3tk tal jj ked on forestry a small body of scien scientific scJentine scienc ¬
tine tIfi c enthusiasts not to say cranks Trees TreesWhy TrOisWhy Trueshy
Why W r hy they were things thln to be cut down downgotten downgotten downtten
go gotten tten out of the way Va Ever since our
fathers first landed there had beon un unceanlngr tifte Unceasing
ceasing e 8Ing war between the ax and anditha the tree tneMostly treJO treet1ortly
Mostly JO tl1 trees interfered with agriculture agriculturetherefore agriculturethGr agrleulturethorefore
therefore thGr rore they must m lt go Generally theft thrtwas theftwas therewas
was a polite oJltc smite at best for the moss mossbacks nto mombacks a abacks
backs who talked about conserving for forests rotfits totseth ¬
seth fits ts II II4nd
estsAnd And so things w were we rs not oot m t longer ago than thantho thanthO thanthe
tho youngest t voter can remember Now Nowthis Nowthis Nowthis
this year t1Ir Con COnlrOM roa appropriated 1000e 1000 1000OM
OM e in casjh c h for ih the years cutr expenseS x xpns8 ftI of th thBureau titDuresu the thel3titeau
Bureau of Forestry Por t while wkH anothor nothor thn thnquartery thnfl thnflqu thrftfqurirtern
quartery qu rtcT of a million is i received from the theadministration theadmlnltnUon theadmInIstration
administration of the hundred million or ormore ormarl ormore
more acres nCr S of national forest to r t reserve reserveNearly reserelNearly reservesNearly
Nearly two mtljion mtLon dollars spent in a ayear ftYHr ayear
year by the government alone In the thenow thenow thenow
now profession of American forestry forestryThpa forestryThera forestryThere
There are opportunities h hare ra dont for forget forb forget
get b t It It is on one of the lh broadest brOlld t and andwithal andwltba1 andwithal
withal interesting works of the day da it itmvans Itmt1Ins Itmeans
means farming the Forests for a succes succession auceesion ucees uceesfilon ¬
sion ion of crops so that they the will be ever everlasting nertaUng everlastIng ¬
lasting in their product just as a good goodpleco goodpleeo goodslaco
pleco slaco of land will grow form fa arm crops for fori torover forover
i over For It Is S the th essence of forestry forestryi
i to cat < 1It tre t trees rtffII
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