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lal soul through having loved and
The piece is by "Edward Sheldon,
from a story by Hans Christian An
dersen, and the leading role is inter
preted with much charm and appeal
by Emily Stevens? "
New York has thus far seen Phyl
lis Neilson-Terry in only one play of
her classic repertoire, "Twelfth
Night," but her performance of Viola
is of itself sufficient to show why
she has packed the theaters in which
she has appeared in London.
Young, beautiful, a finished artist
and possessed of a wonderful grace
and buoyancy, the English star in
terprets this heroine of Shakespeare
as few women' could certainly as
few have, within the memory of this
Eben Plympton as Sir Toby Belch
. and Cecil Cameron as the clown
shine brilliantly in Miss Neilson
Terry's support, which is of unusual
excellence throughout. Cecil King
has staged the play beautifully.
Madison, Wis. Hunters blamed
by O. H. Eliason, state veterinarian,
for spread of foot and mouth diease
in vicinity of Oregon, Wis. Will be
arrested as trespassers taffuture.
Lacrosse, Wis. Ceo. Niess'en de
manded workman's compensation
from telephone company because
horse threw mud in his eye. Denied.
Port Huron, Mich.- Mrs. Duncan
Mclntyre, 45 suicided by drowning.
Deranged from worrying over illness
Belvidere, III. Gilbert Fry,' prom
inent farmer, suicided. Carbolic.
LITTLE GIRL AWARDED MEDAL
FOR SAVING 3 BABIES IN FIRE
AtlantaGa. Little Nell Brantley's
heroism has been rewarded. Follow
ing the recently published story of
how this ten-year-old girl rescued
two nephews and a niece from their
burning -home, the Purino hero jpom-1
mission has awarded her a medaL
The Brantley home was burned
last spring. When Nell discovered
the fire three children Boyd Sulli
van, aged 5; John, 4, and Gladys, 2
were playing in an upstairs room.
Their mother, who is a sister to Nell
Brantley. was ill in bed from a sur
Little Nell dragged the children
through the smoke to safety;
grabbed a bucket and fought fire
until the danger line was drawn
about the walls; then suddenly re
membered that her poodle, Togo,
was injthe house and slipped past the.
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