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AU ~CTION SA.LE IN THE NEW 'MUS'
* AT THE OPERA HOUSE. *
Philadelphia has the honor of turn
ing out the smallest and most talented
actor of his size in the world. Har
old West is his name-Master Harold
for short. And short he is in a literal
sense, being but 39 inches in height.
The proprietors of Buster Brown,
which appears here uesday night,
January 31, found Ym singing in' a
moving picture show, and promptly
placed him under contract by a'
rangement with his guardian. He was
immediately sent to school for voice
culture, both singing and speaking.
,yeax under skillful New York teach
ers did wonders for him. He is a per
feet ',mimic. The playing the long,
difficult part of Buster Brown doesn't
trouble him in the least. He is. Bus
ter Brown, on and off the stage. The
prolific Outcault could pick up many
new ideas from daily association with
this new wonder. But like all Busters,
he is a lovable little chap in spite of
his pranks. His singing and dancing
is a delight Into the play of Buster
Brown he infuses the spirit of irre
pressible youth. While on the s.age,
the is the cynosure of all eyes. What a
delight he is to the little folks! H-is
great personal success is an incentive
to the others in thie big company to do
ftheir 'best, and the result is an excep
tionally fine performance of the "play
for young people and people who stay
Joe Weber's much talked' of plagy,
"The Olimax,'' is the most original
type of play that was seen in theI
South last season. This dainty melody
drama has made a most emphatic hit
with the theatre-goers everywhere
"The Climatx" will be seen at the opera
f seon Friday night, February 3.
The'gijece, in fact, is so very natural
and lifellke4a.the telling of the story
and the actions ofh. og that sit
can be scarcely called a pla~
It is the living o'ut of a novel and
draimatic story of how a young singer's
ambition is nearly thwarted by a sel
fish and bigoted young doctor, who
loves the girl, but does not wish her
to take up an operatic career. A A
slight operation is .necessary onger
throat in ordier to remove a c in
huskiness of tone in the mniddl -
ter. A friend of the young d
forms the operation and
danger of a disastrous re
young doctor uses his
tal suggestion upon ,th
an extent that she iM
lyzed with n -': ap> rehension when
she atten to zimg and her vocal!
chords to respond. She believes
that'her hopes are crushed forever,
Lrad is on the point of committing sui
id.but is stopped by her old music
master. In the last act she is seen
happy once more having put aside her
Qoughts of a theatrical career and be
about to wed the young doctor. She
not attempted to use her voice
ing the interval, feeling that it is
ne forever, but in the great flood of
ppiness which overwhelms her at
e hour of her marriage, she does
ng-and sings better than ever be
ore. The old music master, and Pie't-.
o, his son, are both overjoyed, but not
so the doctor. who confesses thie meth
od he resorted to keep her from her
stage carer. She turns from him in
righteous anger at his terrible trick,I
and looks ahead to a glorious career
as one of the great song birds of the~
The original New York cast will be!
seen nor? which includes MIiss Flor
ence Webber, who possesses a beauti
ful singing voice, which will be heard
in five se-lections.
Well, have you ever seen anything to
beat the way these pretty young ladies
in The Herald and News kontest are
running in this exciting race for the
caoe ra nd prize te Cote piano ?
CAL PLAY OF "BUSTER BROWN,"
DENIES BEING PRESENT
AT ANY SUCH CONFERENCE
John Gary Evans, Former Governor.
Incensed at Xessave of Gov.
Blease to Legislature.
Spartanburg, Jan. 26.-John Gary
Evans, former governor of South Caro
lina, returned this afternoon from
Columbia, where he went to demand
an explanation of the implied charges
made against him by Gov. Bleaze in
the latter's -message to the legislature
regarding -the commission of winding
up the State dispensary. He said that
upon learning that the~ legistIature
would investigate the charges h.e
made iio effort to communicate with
the governor. Mr. Evans entered a
general denial of the insinuations in
the following statemient:
"As soon as I saw the matter in
the Herald I immediately went to Co
lumbia. I found that the legislature
had appointed a committee to make
an immediate inilestigation of the alle
gations in the governor's message. It
will 'be reported at the present session.
"I do not care to make any detailed
statemient until thaet committee meets,
wen the governor will be called upon!
to presen.t his information.
"I will state, however, that so- far
as I am concerned the connection of
my name with the matter is without
any foundation of fact or circum
"I have not seen one of those whose
name is mentioned in connection with
mine in four years until a week ago i.n
In his message G-ov. Blease askedi:
"What was 'the agreement had with
ex-Gov. John Gary Evans and ex-State
Chairman -H. H. Evans for informa-ton
given by them at a conference held in
Atlanta bietween these gentlemen. At
torney General Lyon an.d Attorney
Miss Lona Tillmnan and Charles Sum-.
mner Moore to 'Wed.
Washington, Jan. 28.-The Washing
ton Times says this afternoon:
"Senator and Mrs. Tiliman today'
aniounce the engagemen:t of their
daughter, Miss Lona, to Charles Stun
mer Moore, of Atlantic City. The wed
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C PERA HOUSE, TUESDAY, JAN. 31.
"ig w.1 take place in April, at Tren
on, Senator Tillman's South Carolina
"Miss Tillman is the eldest daughter
f S. nator and Mrs. Tillman and has
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lrm. Hannah Moor,, of Mays Landing,
. J. He is a well-known young law
e:, and is prominently connected
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w of Judge Joseph Thompson and a
ousin of Judge Allen B. Endicatt, of
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ndicott, United States navy, retred,
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Greenville, Jan. 27.--Geo. R. Koes
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Dly Record, the Columbia afternoon
paper, until two Years ago, when he
o-d it to James A. Hoyt, purchased
1his afternoon the Daily Piedmont, th'e
a.reenvile afternoon paper.
He will move his family to Green
ille and take charge of the paper as
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