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part o those officers. . -whose- esca
pades with" the Vives'of enlfsled nl'etf
had been a scandal at the post and
whose misconduct he had refused to
Alibis havebeen presented by
Jvoenier and his counsel covering tne
specific instances of immoral conduct
cnargea against mm. rne enustea
men at the fort are with Koehler.
CANT BE A VILLAIN TOO GOOD
Most-actqrSrbave tbjnake up their
minds to play the role, of a villain
some, time or other. But Harry Ben
ham, the Thanhouser player, seems
to be the happy exception up to date.
He has played hundreds of differ
ent parts. Yet he always manages to
have a character which, finally shows
up well to the audience either in. ac
tual .deeds or attempted kindliness.
Benham doesn't know any pood
reason why he has ben left out of
tiie vUlain-row, His friends say there,
is pne very good reason, however.
sAnd that is the" fact thaT he couldn't
look the part, no matter how much
make-up he put on.
ONE-WORD0 PLAY? SURE!
HERE IT IS
New York. Play-producers feel
they have solved the problem of pro
fessionaljealousy by means of the
They submit that, by the new sys
tem, no star can complain' .that an
other star is monopolizing the "spot."
In a play which the Liebler Co. re
cently produced with Laurette Tay
lor and Cyril. Maude, one word at one
time is spoken.
The dialogue runs something like
this: ' n - -
He Beautiful. - ' )
She What? ;
'He TeethJ ' ' . '
She Slush. ,
In laconic love passages the affair
progresses until he pulls., out.-a- cigar
ette case. ,
She Hereafter. - - " -
Suddenly a voice is hlard calling
the girl. They break apari.
He Listen. - y '
She Husband, s
He Ali'!-.. -'
She No.. - .
" He Who?
She Father. J :y. . f
They embrace again., The play
ends' with: ,
She When? ,s
She Seriously? -,
Weather bureau, might send- out
snow-storm warnings to Eastern and
Middle Western railroads, so extra
food could be-carried on trains likely
to be stalled for from 36 to 48 hours.