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THE AUGUS, SATURDAY, 3IATT 23, 1903.
3 AT THE THEATHE. 3
MISS FI.OKKXCE UALK, IX ''THE PJtlSOXKK OF ZEN DA.
The (!oeitletly adventurous an 1 6rir
in;il novel. "The Prisoner of Zenila,"
writ ton by Anthony Hope, created
not a little furore upon its publica
tion and was deeidedlv interestinjr in
narrative. rich in sentiment and
:nii;e in dramatic incident. The
play written from the book has re
ceived an equally warm reception
and proven mere entertaining' than
the 1 ook. It is hardly necessary to
speak of the plot now so well known
to the reading" public. A' brisk and
adventurous narrative that takes its
cue from the traditions of the past,
in an age when honor was first and
all else in life of secondary import.
The prologue, and four succeeding
.acts embrace the important events of
the story, and in their acting form
June h.t none of their romantic fla
vor, but the intensity of situations
and dramatic episodes have been ma
Ernest Shipman's production of
this romance will be presented at the
Illinois Sun-lay evening. May J4.
In assuming the dual character of
Kudolf llassendyll. Ihe adcnturois
Englishman, and IJudoIf, the inebriate
king of Huritania. Harry J.eighton
will lend a strong cast of romantic
actors. Mis.-- Florence dale, an artist
of queenly grace- and gorgeous'gowns.
will be the "navia." The costuming
and scenic embellishments are pro
nounced as perfect, and a dramatic
event of importance is anticipated.
Tlie I'arf Cafe.
Tho Paris restaurant reflects the con
s?rv;tive views of tho Frenchman. The
rhrlsiaii 'loves to sit on cushioned
benches along tho wall and as like as
not enter into talk with Ids neighbor.
Again, the Parisian is a true democrat.
Whatever his rank, he is willing to join
In the fun going forward. I remember
one night in the Cafe de Paris seeing a
Hungarian prince with a rent roll of
scores of thousands stalk up to a band
of Ids countrymen and take the first
violin from the hands of the lender.
T1k next minute a wore of well known
people -were gathered before him. A
count sang a love Hong; a ballet dancer
from the opera obliged us with a re
markable fandango a sugar refiner
gave us a comic patter. Nobody cared
who bis neiuhlMtr chamed to be. It was
good fun. lliat was snlllcient.
Imagine :i duke and an earl atid a
1IAIIKY I.EKiHTON. IX "THE PIMS
OXEU OF ZENDA."
rich merchant amusing tlie suVper
crowd at the Carlton or the Savoy!
Decidedly they do these things better
In France. Paris Letter in London Ex
press. A Sure Thine
It is said that nothing is sure ex
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altogether true. Dr. King's New Dis
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Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.
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One bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
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Try it. It's guaranteed by Hart. :
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AUGUSTAN A NEWS.
The sale of Dr. ISartholomew's book,
"The lielation of Psychology to Mil-
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sic, ' is stcnuilv increasing. ne joi-
lowing letter received from the Stein
berg School of Music shows how the
new work is being received:
"Philadelphia, April 2'.'. l'.MKi.
"New Era Publishing Company,
Kock IsJuud, 111. (ientleiiun: 1 can
hardly speak of E. F. TSarthcloinew's
book. 'The Relation- of Psychology to
Music, without resorting to ruperla
tives. It is just such a book as 1 hae
long- wished for, to act as a counter
balance to the hyper-technical ten
dencies of the musical times. In beau
tiful and simple language it directs
the student back to nobler powers of
mind and heart, from which he is apt.
to swerve in his pursuit of technic,"
and which powers, after all, are the
basis: of art. AH my students have
profited by the book and found it not
only instructive, but also fascinating
ly entertaining. Sincerely yours.
" "CON ST A N T 1 N VON STEKXP.EKti."
All recitations and examinations in
the academy and college cease today.
Next week is commencement cii.
The musical graduation recital of
Miss Edith Lit.rodt Thursday even
ing was a splendid success and was
enjoyed by a large ami appreciative
This evening the musical gradua
tion recital of the Misses Jd-i Olson
and Hilma Carlson will be held in the
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The college senior class will gii- a
jrograin in the gymnasium this eveu-
The baseball game between the col
lege and academy teams played Wed
nesday resulted in a close victory for
realty Alarmed y n Irltent Couch,
hut rermnDCDtlrCuml hyC'liam
berittln's l ouih Kemedy
H. I. Hurbage, a student at law, in
(ireenville, S. C., had been troubled
for four or five years with a continu
ous cough which he says "greatly
alarmed me, causing- me to fear that
I was in the first stage of conuinp
tion." Mr. ISurbage, having seen
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy adver
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what lie says of it: "I soon felt a re
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