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7 rr "I' 442 k ' CO.4NO ATTFACTION*. Mar I-'"The Pink Lady." Juoe I1-2)anehe Bates. Jume 1S-"The Lan From 1Home." June 19-Maud Adams. June iS to 2s-The Great Albinl. July 6-Henrietta Crosman. June 16--Margaret Illington. July $2-Helena Ware. Xlaw & Erianger's m.uscal comedy de luae "The Pink Lady" will be the next attraction at the Harnols theater, where it opens for an engagement of one night, Monday, May 27. This attraction is the musical sen uation of the current season and has Just closed a run of a year in New York, where it set a new standard for works of Its popular classification. It is in reality a play with musle and Is in three acts and as many scenes. The book and lyrics are by ('. M. S. eLaellan, who adapted his story front SCENE FROM "THE PINK LADY." Y ,«-- I -~----------- - the Vrelch far.ce "le Entyre" a)$ Georges erl'r anlld .ahtrcelr (uilletnaul, I which raln n i ts irliginall lornm for nearly a year at the 'alais tly itl in Parls. It Its gK'narally icte'eded to lbei the' best work i;f thias ildcriptianrl ete~li 'e"r given the Amterlka',an stage by Ml'lnallan. The munli'. whlllh Is tn integrail pa;rt of the plot andl aielrates the develop, mnent of the scltory. Is by Iantit t'aryll of the atyeaty theatear. LodonI. whiose successes hallve been well kInownl for tile past ldoze,.n learas. Whille eanah s.sealatial dtlepartlllnt ,of the 'Pink L.ady"' is notead for Its strengtl h aanld pIpulatllr nl pial,. the ttrue merit ,o Ilth pie,.ale lies In iti \' vry happy ctonlltd atll , f ba tl , lh en. hdei jIlto it llproduction maIIIlrked byil rareil judgimenat and exIaniltell tutate. sIuIah effecti 'veness ii I tonei,', harmon> andll Iti color slchealla of, IIhe ensetile lilt nlverI been seen before utonit tiie Ameriaa n stage, tull it In In Ill daplritnlili t tliat slaw & l':rlhallger haave ''i'lllpaeld their own enviablel rlleputalon as ii lproduters and brolittght forth aiin atllractllan that Is distinctiv.e ta it raally t.ao ell mnaking. It Ic Itlhardl)y ,aces..satry It alnlllaultlatt a gooid story II thils Il tro~ductary to "The Pl'nlk latl)." 'but t t amay Ie saidl that Its a.tion is hat b i,,d In logicat sequences of that lilgelnlous a yatl expect of a 'l"reach far'e. A .youth of Paris ia Ibldlihg farewell to Iis oII aNltclatfls nII hi.e noalr alaoaro;l of i his wedding to Angell. lhe lias it alst fling with aillId frletiend. Ilalea andil Claudi.e are l titlinig ait t(',ailtla.tigaIa when Angel dilascovers liat Ihthert. 'lTihe Pink ..ady tail lait clt.i lto inltrodluce her as .h11i'. I)llndidller. lit, dles. When dolht Is rtela byIv It rival of the actual existence of , 11wm . Dollndlh14r,. the putllh Ihten bactk tI, Palrist r ,t t eck out the rteal l),ioatlahet°r. The lhusbland lit a hflrtaile.s aalt uple dealer In P'aris. Upon prolt.tse thaIt Ilatalent will plrtsent hItlll a long sHl. lit ltttlnff i.bOXhie I.a' gree to austlt tlhaat ill tl'hrowinllg Angell e off tile a'ttll. It here devhlJon that )ondldler Is s.isplecteil otf intiag tlih Satyr whos' escapadesaa hve t l.rtlalthd the town. IPr.aa, hIarmnless l)undllliear tries to Illv uplI to this newly acqulrcd reputatloni a;lndl g. t hnimself Int,)i all sorts of predieatla ot lls to tlhe itI slrst of his faithful wife. in carrying through the deepa'(latiaa, the lacltion final. ly shifts frolt tilh, utllltiqle shll, to the ball of the itnynlps a)lld ttyrs in ~Vaol Marts. Thils furnishea s Ihe final tand most brlllllait .I.one 'I the i ttlaedy Uand carries thel funll toI Il aturatl acllitnx. It Is all aII;la-an:llat uial divertling n 'tertaltlmnt'l l, whlia fle ie ia' a ia' it de IIclous iIand t wh tla pe.rflormancecl It capltal aftfair of clhver actintg, gaod singing aiill tuatflll and intellllllgentl stage direMtiall. A company of till lpeople INs on tour and will bc e seeii in tihel prtoduction here, along with thla tl;anlllmll Pink laldy orchestra. Ihat it Iri tl ..llg wlth tilth attractlion iaa liaaig oua t all the acharnm of the much'. Thlier will ie :10 ImuHst clans In thle a.rlhlltra pilt dulring thell Jo0a presentalltion. Then, also, the l'hI) numbers will Introduce the fatlnallo pink of perfectiol, n cllorus ofI thl blt organi.atlon. In lho ctast of principall; will be found Jahn M. Young., (lgl DdBaugh, Marguerlite Wright, Octavial ZBrooks, Josle Intropldl, Raylond toot. tomly, George MaiJtront, George Iteed John J. ~Scannell, Harry Depp and a toot of othlery BLANCHE BATES S iI dljgeUhltfully absurd an1 oAild, i*el tlngs that suppose4ly'"tad slat a. e Sogpile do when they st vergingta on the sea of matritmonty ,r ha Just embarked thereon, is the motif that prompted the construction of'th conedy, "Nobody's Widow," by Avery Hopwood, the vehicle David Belaso utilies this season in presenting to us his vivacious star, Blanche Bates. The story evolves around tb romance of a duhling American girl who while abroad married an English duke..only to find him with a yoetng woman In his arms within a haif y hour after the wedding ceremony. 8hi 5 deserts him instantly and returns to her friends in America who are sum m moring at Palm Beach, having mean while donned widow's weeds and pos Ing as the widow of the man she had * married under his family name of John Clayton and not his ducal title, r the duke of Moreland. It The comedy elements develop with Is his appearance at Palm fleach as the slikeo. His wife meets him, but only 3. In the capacity of his widow. This it ne'ccsstates another courtship, various .,:.= -.: :--- - -;---- . . -;- .,..- - . ., I htllsr,ri comlnplicitllns and deliciou s ly tIrillhilat anlld rapid repartee, in u'tlhiatilli g li in an amlshtible under- .* sti ailitng and happy reunion. cal I tlantche' Ialltes' saccess as the te "wihlnw" has ,.itlullta unything she has i 'lr.itft, r' c'reated, snd it ' cthirleater ca Is sitid to fit her likse the proverbial pr gliv,,. se .\t r. .itelisi', with his (clatomary artlitie' sIgall(i'ty, hasit surrounded her an with t cotrlie of talented confreres, ve inchlding HBrluce MclRae, Adelaide ne l'rince,. I1tex Mt.'ougall. Edith 'amp. hill. Alitt'e . 'tlstre liliott, Minor H. or Wai'tslI, (et,. who dlisclone with char- v. niteirristle fidelity the' rohles he has 'n truscted to tihem.n '.The productiont, h iecess'ries, etc.. of btr the excex'i'lleni'y ofi the Jlelasco 4 nliirk in overy dletLit. su T''le engage.islenlt it ithe illrntis the tlteir ii foir 'iTuiesayli . June II. pr hi C< SANTANELLI ,, vo Aii opera house pe's rfornance is what to Miansger Weavc'rling of the Grand I mll'll'slni is Is h is iPtroits foitr next week, ('nlnlnlllin'lg withll Molndaly's matinee. at IIth hIlle scuredlrc thle services of niuctasnelli, the Imaster hypnotist and p IsIlgi'cilln, who will give a series of highll-ehaN hypnotl peirfornmnces with it cmulellhte i'chnge of program daily. sllnuntnelll Ice Its' .s'knowledged peer f all hypinotlstsi and in tie terformer IIhlat first interested tihe better element Ill the slrt lhypnlcl ct(i lie In the S'Iriginator f illtt the ia ig actsl and at at nt lirly eiveiry pe'rforl llineeelias many' icily voluinteerse. For fun ansd laugh teri' hisl perfilormallncleson re unequaled. ci ·; ARTISTIC MIASMA ~ liver all Itsi. world of lute there has been aIIn artistic istesUII -it-- tendency ml tiwurds the unheisalthy. I think there I has beenll tlsle'ncy it Ignlore the eteor . nal for wllht in called the modern re aI allstic; to give undue lnportance to the It little dramla of the day after toinor. row. 'which slio oon becomes t(le day b.hrorle yesterday-- mean tile drab drilama five years ago. It was called the new movement, and tlse new mllve, nrt lie often ,inly the pasling of i csead l Ilter. To see life truly, dra- A I inatl'lllly, unagrtdgingtly'-that Is a g'reaLt Jachevelmenlt. I am glad to have ncen iwo examples in the thPiater dur ing tlhe lust week--one Ins Iy Halddon Os 'hamnbers alld is called "lPatsnersBy." o d It Is it re.nrd of life seen through the Ci bie uItifying lens of the artist's eye. c, True, Mr. (Chambers huas not only of stretched out his "long armn of colnci- w donee," be has pulled the long leg tof I credulity In his premlses; but an aau. w dience will atlways grant premises if 0 Sysour deductions are but true. And, it seenie to ine, that through this play a 1 there shine the llight of a real liter. p ary artist. The cthtracterlaation in true a g and nfllinching. e 1--iIr Charles Wyndhamil. its I 'I THE TRUE THEATER I Armand de COilllavot, who, with Rotb ort de leros ls co-author of a half dos en of the latest and grecatest sucoesso of the French stage, and whose last ] two plays, "Primerose" and "Papi," O(harlees Prohman is to produce in this J ountry next season, is author as well of some extregnely novel views con. 'd traeting the .ngrlish astd l'renoh speak. Slong stages. The first distinction that US. M. de Caillavet points out 'is that act. tots on the apakiiiq eSgeakri r art them e el ief to It'itiP, .ot to tax thett asbdiltees "AMbove nil,"' the, playiWfigt goes on to ,ue. "I flaG great anlmatlot, mtevemanent (184 epton* didly lexible youth on tht Bnutlph stage. n nosatst to the stage of franee that of the nglrish speghing world has abundant gayety tbessoae At is 'rempli doe vie.' It is not enctained ItW compllolttins of,the the Waly alt that one sew In the P atat is the tepreslitation of giet 000np oated sdetiiment, But We. ill that life is not entirely oenpoed b complicated sentiments. Tho that is given exalulively to aeis *4I as such no leoter holds the ntaor up to life." Of tim two LW , it is M. do Cawiiavet, who is the ie mopolitan. Of ll nativi lI ah wrights, only M. le Q~lltavy a MI Bernstein have mytered, beknlag slight accents, spoken and writtn Unlitsh. Irequent journeys to Leonon and a close business associatlon with the American stae guts Armand de Callia. vet in a position of knownlg whereof he speaks, in contrasting the theaters of the two countries. PLAYS AND PLAYERS James T. Powers may visit Aus tralia next season. Viola Gillette was at one time an artist's model. "Officer A65" has r'oved a money. maker in both New York and Chloago this season. Lina Abarbanell wilt star under the direction of George W. Lederer net season. A musical version f "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be produced In Chicago this month. Henrletta Crosman has lost her mother, who died last month In her Pennsylvania home. William Farnum will be leading man of a summer stock company In But fain, N. Y., this summer. Julius Steger intends to go on tour again next season, playing "The Master of the House." A play with the luckless Lady Jane Grey as its subject is to be presented In Philadelphia soon. .Leo Pall has written a new operetta called "The Deancing Girl," that will Ibe produced early next season. A comic opera froln the French, called "The Tale of a Tub," will be I produced in New York some time next season. It hI reported that rOnace Hasard i and Fred Duprer, both well-known vaudeville stars, are to be married next month. Etienne Girardot. who was the original of "Charley's Aunt," Is in *'vaudeville with a sketch, called "Tihe - ray Room." Among the features on the program of the next Lambs' GOambol are a num bner of burlesques on current stage successes. Next season Robert Mantell will produceo Justine Huntley McCarthy's historical drama, "eharlemagne the Conqueror." Trentini has refused the flattering offers made to her for a season of vaudeville following the close of her t tour in "Naughty Marietta." d A new musical comedy presented in l.ondon recently is called "The Arms and the Girl." G. P. Huntley and My.v doe Housa were among the I principals. "Queed," a dramatization by Winchell 1Smith of Henry .ydnor Harrison's Inovel, will be produced early in the fall by Cohan & Harris, with Brandon Tynan in the leading role. Klaw & 'Erlanger have seolected "Oh, Ohl Delphine," the new ýMcLellan ('aryll musical comedy, na thi opening attraction of the Kniclderbocker the ater. New York, next aseason. 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O, How the Animals Eat! Agents for the Al. 0. imarnes big three-ring wild animal eri us have been In MissLoullt several dal;is com pleting arrangem.ents for the coming 1 of that big show which will give two pierforlnances here on M'onday. IDuringt the itay of tlhe show Ihere the :50 ani maIl and a siminlar number of employes will consume enough food products to exhaust half a dozen comnmissaurie. In order that there will he no delay In securing these necessitier for man I I. I, I' If I) a PKPLhI4**A and beast, the contracting is generally i done a fortnight preceding the arrival 1 of.the big whow. For one day it re quires tmtree tons of fresh meat, five I tong of hay, 600 pounds of fresh vege- I tables, 60 gallons of milk, 350 pounds i of fresh salt ',ater fish, 25 pounds of r coffee, 400 loaves of bread, in addition I to thousands of pouldls of corn and oats. Only the very hest and freshoet of meat can I, given to, adlimals. The least taint or disease would cause trouble in snlie form or other, and in many cases serious sickness and death tt POWER OF NIAGARA Amid all the excitement over the conservation of the scenic beauty of Niagara falls it must not Ibe forgotten what a saving of our coal supply the Qarnesslng of this mighty cataract would mean. The 8721,00 horse power now doe veloped at the falls is the equivalent of 18,776,000 man poWer working an eight-hour day, or more than the conm blined strength of all .*4te-bodled men in, the United States. Under the Amrrican-anandlan treaty, tromulgated by the tWo nations to guard the scenic t Ogaty of the falls for all time, only 6A,,' cubl feet of water .per second out ý . , total now S140,000 cu3blo feet, a sib diverted I om the Niagara rlv, or power purposel. tBut even wtI| li riatrlo.' would follow. The best food for lions or tigers Is fresh beef or mutton, and ocasionally a sheep's head. About 12 or 15 pounds of beef or mutton are given to each of the lions with the Al. (1. ltarnes circus twice a day. Pork is never given under any consideration, or much fat. On Sunday no food, but plenty of water. Is given to the earnivore. This fast day once a week is absolutely necessary; It helps their digestion, pre. vents them fron growing too fat and lazy, and Is beneficial to their health I in many ways. When a lion or tiger y needs "n aperlient, a ýlece of liver Is l given. " Wild palmals sometimes become sllk, e they beihg susoeptible to a large esx - tent, from the same complaints as hu. is man beings, they can be treated in if much tlb same way. In ordinary cases a the animals are given a complete fast d with plenty of water. When this falls to have the proper effect, then medi if cine is given after it has been mixed in e ,water or milk. It is only In extreme i cases that it Is a good thing to give n medicine. The best way is to let na. ,h ture have her way,. I tion, when the treaty goes into effOct I the force conserved by falling water will be equivalent of 85,650,000 mon working the average ellght-hour day, ae Stupendous although this saving is, fI it Is as nothing compared to the ,full n strength of the falls. The volume of w wrater that will ,be permitted to run, so as to perpetuate the beauty of the falls is estimated to represent 111,680,000 "elghtwhour man power or about li,. ,. 000,000 more man power than there are it men, women and children In the Unit .n ed States and all Its posessilons, in Henry 'erris, Hadar, 'Neb., Is the father of ten ohilldren and for the past . 80 years has usedlFeely' RHney and o Tar Conipound with the best oft se I sults He tells Us "I th.ins eol's f Honey and Tgr Compoud, isl the best So0u.h medloin ia.. th mid to.r 1 is used it to W, t ,, . , ui s elan reoommend it to aby os -* ao' 04 cne" II 1. 1Missoula °.v. r27 l ·MONDAY 2 isso la MAY..... a You KNow ITs Go.oo of ýely BE'OND ilE POWI OF JUA Lith 11 Moun LeWIS, nE AuTOTI@ 3Pwn (PN HIINAN ATE~r WATURPROOF 'CANAS N 7Rl T 'PARADEI-1! i2 .AT TH o tf hu0 SCO 8, by the Trio. A ood t e is, a oAT THE sL. .000 A fine musical program will be rendered.ver'y Sun h day, 0 -o 8, by the Fadette Trio. A g1oo4 :thm is 'erp k W 40.