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L parrot l4v WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS Woman's Jealousy Not Is That' Where a Man Hat the Advantage, Even if a Woman Doesn't Let Him Know How Much She Thinks of Him She Will Introduce Him to Siren of the Society, but Glance Suepicioutly mi Hie Stenograph ie a Strange World! Bg Charle Dernton. II IF Sarah Bernhardt weren't totally employed la playing a grandmother Just now, that moat wonderful of would probably be glad to the rest of her life for the Of aaaklac "The Secret" her The fact I'm retting at through the French. U that Bern- iraaaa of a woman's soul waa tor Mme. Stmooe, but and th la where the American flag goes epl ft la flayed at laat by Frances Hee might eaelTr pea Miw Starr In the street without knowing ehe pos eeaaaa A secret of making you sorry r a woman who la all wrong became Beraatefa esaneged to have her bore that Way. TTiat'e easy enough for the other, eat a kit difficult for the act ress, For her pert she haa to do a lot r Ihaahgag to atart yon doing likewise. Nothing la more Intolerable than the parrot-like talk of "an unsympathetic De pen go to the theatre only In 1 the arnipethettr? How about the novel la roar hand that you wlll- JneUr follow- te Ita bitter and logical leas) Far the life or me I eonld never , eee why a play ahouid be "put up" like' a pat X jam all aweot and sticky. Aad as for actors, they are only hu- anaa. If you have any doubt of this read Oeorge Moors's "A Mummers Wife," as say mind the greatest and i truest story of actors that hae been written. Take the paint of the sing or the prist of the newsi.aricr off un aad we're all aa human as the day we were hern. After all. what is the latest play or the last edition but a reflection of Ufa? Was Starr brouxht this home to trie when sbo an id' "Look at that poor, desolate woman In Monti cello, who at Jt herself no in u hack room for gfteen yean a n proof ot her devotion to a nun Of course, there Is another side to toe question, and there Is no need Sf dhUOSSlng It, But why. In the light of what ws see before our very eyes, sliould we ny of a woman, as tome have said of Uf i Slla 1n The Becret.' that she is tner l teitous In her Ihgtlnstst Occasional!) ws hear tragedy kno king at the due of our neighbor and realign that Ufa isn't Just as ss had planned it." Miss Starr said this With her sai'.ils folded, as any woman might old liera whan she gets down to the hrasi taoki .of life. After all. Kve IV ghl have ill - I overed Amr::a if It. ii." I ! sailor. However. !: laughters have a: teet distinguished themselves . tuurisU. And," confer--! M. .hi. I nusl STUFFED FROM COLD 'Tape's Cold Compound" Ends a cold or grippe in a few hours. Vour ooid will bra misery rnrl silt t taking fold ("omtionnil" ever .1 ill grlrjDs dot of " rApo loo liouri until three dose are lk"U It promptly open" (iaggsdiii nostrils and air ps-an''" in tl hA4l. tni n'ltly dischsrge u' note running, rrliovei -i k liesdsihe, ilulluo! fwrlshgeas ors thrust. laWKinS .nrooes. : n' litiffntNtO. lon't ita; ttiMcd'Ui! 'tii Ult'ViIng aaU snuff!.e'' Kar your Ihrohkini hswd - not 1 1 1 n if es in tat' wrM Iflves saeh proniit reliel "lai Cold ' m pausd," whirh cunts only !." centi t nu.v drug store. It avis erithout swistsase, tastes Bice, sad causes no lueoovvuieiive r HEAD AND the Secret Frances Starr Reveals - i i I She lovii. t sae waa. mtti $ LvrVldV V U - ' '1 aPl 9fJ confess I've known women more or less like the strange woman Bernstein re veals, Jealouay U an inherent part of tvery woman s nature. There's no get ting around thl fact, fall It what you rr.aj . Jealousy Is a woman birthright i I don't believe there ! a woman In all the worU mother or wife or sister -ho does not at some time feel the, pang that Bernstein mukos u feel in tie plsy. Perhaps those nearest and j dtair : to her have never feUHpevted it, but It is there Just the ame: Thin HI what every woman knows and what, (very man ix euro to discover ir his life has anything to do with women. We mUht Juet ,u wei. be frunk on the JUbJect." Obvlouslyi Miss Starr was nothing It rut frank. Her clear eyes would have Stared sn unbullever mt of counte nance. I 1, now us well as you do that aa got re SI would snv anything she Is acting, bul I'd stake my lire Insnrame or. M.k Starr's sincerity. aCTIM lament able feci Ihst I haven't any doeS.Vt altor the cast.) "Why not lie honssl about it?" asked Mr, Bclasco's unusually i.rlght ard de- eldsdly particular star. "I don't mean to say that woman's Jealousy is born or sslflsbnessi for m nlnety-nlna case out of hundred II Isn't. That's where vou men hiM: the aJvantag'. The cine ie. rei ti at s woman tries to keep to herself is that she thinks more of a man hun lh cares to let him know. I Thai's the I rouble with (labrielle. I Winn I mo study. ng the part a South ern woman of my ao,jua'ntanco fre quentl) cams to m mind. This woman S now tar i it mlddle-age-in fact she's a grandmother And yet, though she w lUtd ' 'he lust person In the ! world tu lUSpSCl ;t. she has wrought quite as mUi h mlSOhlSf to her family and friend as the woman Iternsteln ' .,i.nv v. n ydttng .narrleil woman he succeeded completely in allsnat ng liar husband from his family, yet he ever suepet'ted what wss going on glit under Ills onn roof. And though the best mother in the world, it was gony for her o toe her children happy out'lde her own house For years she bn k up r srj InlimatS friindship that Sglstsd for a liter her sons or hsr ,1 itiKhters. Tile greatest sorrow of all im i b hrl en her children, one by one, mairicd. Thin there was trouble, fol lowed in estrangement ail round, i I u pose l's hUmAh : ature." No iloUbl that's What Itsrnsteln sup- posed alien hs sal down to write in latest ptur, tliuUgh nol oelng In that dls Itliuulshed genUemeit's confide uos by 'sable or othetwlse 1 Ifuvu tho mutter In lbs hanas or Ottr foreign correspond ent. Meanwhile fctlSg Htari. again speak ing f i .mi tier own knowlwlga, said: I I Know a wOntafl right hove In NSW Turk who is mortally (saloui or even one she twsd'i personally Introdueed to her hm band Hut t irtously enough, sha loves I" sea 1 ii uth riisiniing Guillen . li llHilniililuncs lie owes to her. On the other hand, she Is Jealous of his bust. ,.Uk . .' . .11 ! Ifllnil'rii...,. ' I strange, isn't it?" Take it from ati innocent bystander, thie was no one There wasn't svan a twinkle In Miss Starr's eye The ssorst nf alt the ee,l SSSSI iSBS IS THE IVBNIMO WORLD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1911. Born of Selfishness . lBBwBwBwl w . eBBl BBBBBk r r m s POLICEWOMAN SHOWS RIGHT ARM FIGHT WITH MAN Drags Her Prisoner Kroni Car and Holds Him Until Pa trol Wagon Arrives. CHIOAXX DOA 17. Some of Chicago's newly appointed polio women believe thslr duty liar' lieen fullv perfbrvned when they have detected a lawbreaker ami summoned one or th male members or the force to make the actual arreat. Hut not so with Mrs Msty Boyd. That BtlUtaat offlc.al demonstrated that a po licewoman can do olher work then conns-: mothers of wayward girls and trap mashers Sho backni up htr police star with a muscular right arm, yanked a men who tried to resist arrest off s street car and backtd him up against a poet while shs summoned a patrol wagon. Mrs. Hoyd was on s car at North Clark street and West North svenue. Toasel Wt-ndt, e Janitor at No. IMC Welle street, wat argu.ng with the conductor about a transfer and using more or leee vigorous languagr Finally the two be gan to fight. Weadt wat getting the better of the oonductor when Mrt Hoyd. presenting her star, told hm he wee under arrest He replied with sn oatn and tr ed to slap tier lao, ens told the sargsan: I afterwardi Mrs. HoyJ hadn't pulled gasping bathtrt nut of the lake at the Fourteenth street beach sit gggagagf without developing s muscle, ah rode to the slat ion with a seav oi aperies tj h -e t f f r. "ahJ i DIGS OP $15,1 COUNTERFEIT BILLS; Passer of Bad Money Leads Secret Service Men to Crooked Tre at Sunnvside. "An old tree with t "iviisl trunk ten pacet tn the north-live pares to the east twelve pares to the south i dig and POIl'll have the treasure." This may eound ss though It came out of a novel, but it did not It came yesterday from the lips of Domlnlco Greco, alias Frsnk Taylor, a prisoner In the Tombs, snd wss dlrectud to Capt. John Henry, New York Chief ot the foiled Htates Secret Nsrvlos. So Henry, the prisoner and Hcrodar. a Hscrat .sorvlce man, went tn a field Just bevond the big railroad yards st Hunnyslde, 1.. 1.. of which (iraco hsd spoken. After the prisoner had paced off carerully the. number nf etsps hs had described, the Hecret Kervlce men fell to work with a srpede they hed borrowed. Surely enough, they name upon an old tin bos, and In this they found Just whst Oreco had told thsm they would l.MU counterfeit (10 Mils, wsil-mads and sufflclsntly gsnulne-looklng to pass upon the ordinary shopkeeper, especially la s holiday rush season. About a week ago a castiter tn e candy ehop of Oeorge W. Loft dlacov ered she had taken in a counterfeit 110 bill. Mr. Loft sent It around to all hie other shops for Inspection and got ths Hecret flervlce on the Job. A se-ioml bill was nrnsented at acotlier store. Ths rashier thars had the purchssor arreet ed. He was Oreco, Prom admissions he made, It wae Itemed that the manufacturer ot the bad money was aged Bdward West.mtt of Chicago. Ills home was reeded end the v.ates from wtiroti the notes (of i ih "B'irfsJo" type) had been made were conns. atl W estcott confessed BradferS Merrill Jr. IMee. UAltANAC LAJOC, Dec. fi -Bradford MerrtU Jr.. thirty, of Oreat Neok. U L, graduau of Horace Mass gjebool ha HOI I aeTef laaeveed, mm. at at here rsasss. New Plays for the Coming Week "The Girl on the Film," "lole," "The Philan derer," Anna Held in "Mile. Baby," Mimi Aguglia in "Eleetra." HE Olrl on the FtUBi ' with the Iorvtoa Oslety Theatre Com pany, will bs brouglit to the Forty-fourth Street Theatre on Monday night Thla murlrsl farce, dealing with a girl who becomes a "movie" actress, has been taken from the Oermen by Jamee T Tanner, and the music Is by Welter Rolln, Willy Bredschnetder snd Albert Blrmey. Among ot.iera In ths company that teorge Mdwsrdes has i sent over ere Kmmy Wehlen. fonnle : Mlati Madeleln Seymour, Mnrv rtohson. fleorge Orossmltli, Jihn If oArdlS, Dy Ra. Orafton W tllama, I'aul PlttakStt and Lord Dangan. e s e "lole." a musical crmed ersion of the novel of tbe same name by Itobert W, Chambers, la to be offered at thai I,ongeore Theatre on Monday evening. Mr. Chambers snd Hen Teal have worked together on the bonk, and Will iam Frederick I'ettrs haa written ths music Frank l.alor will he teen aa Outirerd, the eccentric port end father of lole and hsr seven titter. Th.se maidens, who have been brought up "close to Biter a1 sleep In trees, snd in the opening scene they climb down In pink pajamas. In addition to Mr. Lalor the cast will Include Carl Onntvoort. Ptewsrt llalrd, Leslie (late. Feme Rogers, a young prima donna who has been singing In Oermanri Hazel Klrke, tnd others ess Hernsrd Shsw's satirical comedy "The rhllanderer," will tie presented at the Little Theatre on Tuesday evening by Oranvllle Marker's I'.'ngllsh company. Those who have read tho play will re member the hero who laughs at hla "amative enthusiasm" and whnte "clev er, Imaginative and humorous ways" make almost ell women fall In love with him. He characterises hlmseir In two phrases, "You know I never psy sny sperlsl attention tn sny woman." and "I don't oare a bit less ror one woman than another." He dirts with Julia and then with Orace. but not realising the sound ness of Oaf, 'raven's advice. "It It wsll to bo off with the old woman before you're on with the new," gett himself Into many ecrapes. In the cast will bs Charles Mauds, Man Law ton. Reginald Iltsant. Krnlta I.ascellee. W. It. Steve ly, Reglneld Hance. Muriel Heddall and K. J. Balanites. eee Anne Held comet to the faslno on Monday aftsrnonn with hsr vaudeville company to remain ror only one week. Mils Held will appear In a one-act mu sical crimed v called "Mile. Ilaby." I Others will bs Oeorge Heban In "Ths Sign of the Hot," the I'eklnese Com peny, Francis and t'lorstte, Hlrarhel Handler. Ward and Currsn end fhss. A beam. s Mix- Aanigl.a. the SlSiUeS acrrsts. will sppesr In Hofmsnnsthsl's "Rlec trs " sl the COsBady Thestre, preceding the pertormame of "The Marriage Oartt " For .es-Rijoertaon will present Snaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra ' at the HUuhart Theatre thro ighout the week 'Adole" moves to tlie Harris Theslie on Monday evening "Buaty Pulls the "trlrgs " will bs ihs attraction st the Orand Opera House. "The Lure" rcn.aine at the VTihk Knd Theatre. "Mendel Meille'' will be preeet.:.! by RESINOl STOPS ITCHING INSTANTLY It is a fait that the moment Resiaol Ointment touobes itching kins, the itching stops snd healing begins. With the aid of Keainol Soap, it almost al ways clears sway all trace of ecssms, ringworm. pimples. blackheads, or other tormenting, unsightly eruptions quickly, leaving the skin clear sad healthy. And the best of it it yon need never hesitate to use Rennol Sosp sod Keel aol Ointment. There is nothing in them to iniure the tenderest surface. Itetl- aol Is e doctor's pres. upturn which far eighteen years hat been used bv care ful physicians for all kinds of skin af feetioni. They prescribe Reiinoi free ly, confident that its soothing, healing action is brought about by medication to Mend and gentle ss to lie stilled to the must delicate or irritated skin even of e liny laii Resinol Ointment '.vi. and 11.00). and Resiaol tfoap 'tic ers sold by practicaflr every druggist ia the UaJted (Hates. Do "ne IB. ta. I 1 the ttfs k coinuanv at the li.,:, ... ers lloute At the tolurnlila will be Th. n., T Olrla." The Murraj Hill Theatre will have Miner's "Big Frolic " At Mine, s !.. pit's Theatre will be "The American Hrauttee." The attraction at the Olympic will be "The lllirh U.fe nirla" IN THE BRONX. Hose Stahl In Maggie Pepper" cQmss to the Brong opsrs House Hertha Kallch will he s-en in "Rn-hl" at Uig ltoy.il Theatre 'The UbarU Ulrla" win h. Miner's. 1W- klM ........ ...e aI KSIIRS will include .lack Noravrth In or -s. Cross aad Josephlnt, dancsrs snd sing..,N, 4dSHUds and J J Hughes In dan. es. and the Avon foin sdy Four. VAUOtVILLE ATTRACTIONS. riam snd Kitty Morton In Maok to Where They Miarted" will head the hill at Hsmmersteln's. Others will he (lus KUvardss "Matinee Ulrls," the Avon Comedy Four snd Mrt. one Hughes In "Youth." Hert Williams remains at the Pals-e Theatre. the hill will ,, baolude moving pictures of Vernon and Irene Oastle In tango dances, Owen atoQi. eney In "OHver Twist." Helle Blanche and "The Dsrllnj of I'arls " Hessle Wvnn will bu ths headllner st me L.'OiOniSli where other acts wilt ha The Ruropean Mysteries," "Myrtls CUi i or Wraag From the Start," .luck Uardiinr In songs, and gam Mann In 'The New Leader." Tim SJhemhfa Will hsvs flack snd lUm.lton. Ulllaa Mhaw i new songs,! in-i nroi.ss Hunt in 'The flinging OOUnteet," Halnty Marie and others. " -- and rentes In s travesty or "Aniony and fleopura" rme to Proc tor's rtfth ArsnuS Theatre, where there will also he Helle Story In aongs. "The Merman and the Man," and tin Hlckey Brothers. Ths Twenly-thi. I .Street Th.atre will huve the "Rah, Itah Boys." T' unthlne Olrls will bs the feature st the Fifty-eighth Btreet Thes tre. At the one Hundred and Twenty firth Street Theatre "The Btage Door Johnnies ' will be the main attraction. Klrsiltiil Makes Psysitsl. CinCAOOi Doc r.-Paul Stensland who wrecked the Milwaukee Avenue State Hank several years sao, and wss caught In Africa, to-day made his iirsi payment In restitution of the money be stole rrom the hnnlt. " OcuIImW Optician Umli e Cetrfarw es Wasesaaa Coaect glasses save much time and energy they help you to do mors and hotter work. fcyas Examined Without Charge by Registered Eye Physicians. Perfect Fitting tllllltl, 12.50 to 111. 114 Bretdwty it John SI. .Ti 'u' 221 Sith gat ISlh SI I III Nssssu. Ami SI JSISisth Ave.. 22nd St. 17Wsit42nd N.Y m Kullon Sl. far. lend St.. itreeJrn. AMUSEMENTS. SYMPHONY H a i 1 1 v jf Sew York H AM Ml lMHsll, ouUiii-ior. ilbHT oUHDaY AFTERNOONS Bestaeiag JAN. 4. at U. BwaJMSt lYin Krel.l. r f rteda HernoeJ ll. Illnkle erl llrarh lllu4ss Marhasw Aam Sssssjl iwrge rlairere Kaehsrtae teSSOJsa Usee Neagle Jeeqasa Besard stsm tani ANNUAL WAGNEk CR06 6AAM Jo me Hi IHinsh aw Sapfsno in Bsrttoss Bsrhoss. Bests st II i i tt. ' I'wilsr fnsjrsuisis A Pr,-m. 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