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SATURDAY, AUGUST 33, li lt LITTLE MAftY MIXUP There's Something for You to Think Over, Uncle Ezra I About Plays and Players By BIDE DUDLEY, I ' " rasssaT - . ii I s ! i ' APIAN li under Way whereVy Broadway wi) hAve perma , nent minstrel ihow, to be known. It The Greater New Tork Minstrels. Meyer Cohen, muilo publisher, Mid In years cone by well known as a tenor, to 'the promoter and will begin engag- Ins the entertainers aome time next Week. He atatea that he haa obtained theatre and that he will aire the theatre going public the beat mlnitrcl show U haa run across In this city In yearn Good muslo will be a feature i&i besides the usual black face humor ab4 dancing, there will be afterpieces satlriilng local conditions In Nw York. ' JCr. Cohen expects to be able to make known hla arrangement more fully -text week. Philadelphia had such a minstrel abow for year a. DANCE PARTNERS SPLIT. As predicted here several months ago Vaurlce and Florence Walton have quit dancing- together. Miss Walton Is entering vaudeville In an elaborate dancing act under the direction of IX. 8. Bentham. NUTT ON THE JOB. Jeff Nutt, our special correspond ent, was active In the Broadway dis trict, laat night and hu sent us the following comprehensive report on tho actors' strike: "Dear Dud I got a tip to-night from Dluch Egan, dramatic editor of tne Pica. (Maine) Star, who Is here I 10 repon. mo jinto, inai me iwe tubers at the Kern Film Palace, Ik Pica, have walked out. You might head thla story, "Nutt Discover Strike lias Spread to New England. Much Excitement There.'"! hear also that the manager of the houso has decided to close up and oome here to -ee Will Page of the Managers' Press Department, Maine Is dry, you know, a It may mean a big story for the paper later. I and the girl visited the Equity headquarters to-day but Mews stay long. The bead Press Agent Is too handsome. I'm not Jeal owi fcut I can't be bothered while tU ttle Is on. Met Lew Fields on tke street to-day and he told me hle-1 eU. partner, X Lawrence Wefeer. had qlt acting for good. a real team, Hmw, la their dAyl If anyfcWag fee, pet up here will let you know. There's a lot of excitement but can lean bo thing. Jeff." MAMIE' NEW DRIM. Oiar affie?$ mtMsf up a Srei, IV iucX a ttvtU thtf, Whca Mtyfie weart ft the'll be fit sTo meet a Queen or King. Tho tklrt, however, teem too ihort, But Maggie tayt: "Oh, flet IPt only right to tave the cloth, With living up to high." "Wove got to tave,', the tald to-dau, "To benefit the rflceV "When theft drctted up, M bet no man ' Can took her a the face. She't taved $o much the tkirt comet up Vntll it hltt heir kneei. But Maggie tayt economy Bat done it, if you pleate. AH right I fine's got to wear the dress; Yet Maggie hat the build, Shft never donned a ttocktng yet That watn'i nicely filled. . Jft fine 0 her to put the cott Of living on the bum; But if hir teal increatet much I fear far what may come. FAQAN BENEFIT SOON. The actors' strike. has In no way dampened the ardor of those In charge of the Barney Fagan DeneAt, to be held at the Manhattan Opera House on August SL The big show will h neither delayed nor curtailed nrf th hill will unnear muiv - people assoaea wun me caiukt. Harry Houdlnl has volunteered to i 4E: I 1 11C "j s 0000 atones ! W& HOW'S HE GET THAT WAY? I 1H? ' r yu believe In. telepathyT' Hm.: newfangled schools. Give me IiEfifc' ffoa oia aiiopain every ume. NOT MUCH OF iKf Baltimore American. b- , - wsrw help out' and so has Clcollnl, the Italian opera singer. A MAIL ORDER ROMANCE. Adele Ardsley of George White's "Scandals of itl?" Is all aflutter. Bhe expects to be wooed soon by a soldier now on bis way from Prance. U ,1a what might be called a sock romance, Some months ago Miss Ardsley knitted a pair of socks which wera sent to the fighters abroad. In one she put a card bearing her name and address. Ona of the boys, In pulling the sock on, toed the oar 4 and his nam waa Donald, lie wrote Adele, never dreaming he waa addressing the lovely prima donna of musical abow exempted by the Equity, and soon the sock wasn't the only thing that waa on foot. A mall order love affair began to compete with It. Miss Ardsley sincerely hopes he's good looking, as there aro so many homely men In the world. M'DEVITT 18 COMINO. Word was received In the theatrical district last night that John J. Mc Devltt, famous a few years back an "the millionaire for a day," would arrive In -New York this mornlnto settle the actors' strike. It was re ported that he would dig In Immedi ately with his sleeves all rolled up. If John really comes, well, It's good by, strike! A PLAY OF IRELAND. Rita Olcott, wife of Chauncey 01- I cott. Is all ready to produce her plr.y, "Lusmore," at Henry Miller's Theatre on Sept. 1. Tho ptuy la lon. hK ... ,.Vkm ..i.-a ln lr(. land In the thirteenth century. The cast includes John McFnrlano, Eva Le Galllenne, Loulso Poe, Jlcglna Wallace, Beth Fox and John Todd. TWO FEATURE FILMS. The George M. Cohan Theatre la to continue with films after D. W. Grif fith gives It up this weok. "The Mira cle Man" will begin an engagement there on Aug. it Instead of at tho Broadway. At 4he Broadway B. S. Moo will offer, beclnnlng Aur. 13. J Houdlril In "The Grim Game." IIou- 1 showing of the picture. uini will appear in perauu i Q08SIP. "Too Good To Be True," by Ken neltr Webb, Will be filmed and then1 made Into a vaudeville sketch. William J. Burns, detective, saw "At .!- at the Dahouse the other night and couldn't unearth a clue In thi muntr mVilprv. Gertrude Van Delnse Is doing Well with Alex. Quill van's new song, Vive Me a Smlla and Klsa" at tbo Bronx Exposition Park. While on a ship In mid-ocean bound for New York, Irene Bordonl wis signed up for vaudeville by Sadie Darling. Bhe will be at the New Brighton host week. O. M. Anderson wants somebody to tell him what sort' of a picture to put on his billboard papers to adver tise his "Frivolities of lilt." Why not use a Frivol, exaggerated, of course? Wllner & Vincent have engaged Fay Marbe, Reglna Richards, Marie MoConnelt, Lola Leigh, Gladys Mont gomery and Gladys Lanphere for the cost of ."The Magic Melody." Those wtio attend the opening of mo itippoarome io-nigni wiu see Clyde Cook; an English dancer, co median and pantomlmUt, who Is very popular abroad. . Max Manne, trap drummer at the IUvoll, wrote the scenario for the i cartoon comedy, "Sound Your A." to .be shown at that theatre next week. The baseball team of the Universal Film Club will cross cameras with the nine of the Lljrhta at Freeport tHls afternoon. Althourh the tint. I vcrsals are all film men,, they favor mo nuo lor oaso rqnnero. A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. If the patrons of the Interhommh1 ever strike It will be to forco the opot atlon of that Park Place escalator after P. M. F00LI8HMENT. Said Itoot: "1VA fhc tdnfer note coma My old tuit will tave me a turn," But alat, Mrt. Itoot Gave a tramp the old tuit, Which put ii, of course, o'n the .bum. FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE. Why Is a baby like wheat?" dn't know. xou see, I've been !cn a strike." ,.Frit ( oradled Mi thtn ft bf) cornea the flower of the family." A NEW 8TANDARD IN ART. AMONG the bewildered and. In some cases, Indignant, specta tors garnered at a recent Fu turist exhibition of paintings and cuipiure in new York City was a young man from Kansas City who was paying a vUlt to a cousin who Is very -strong- lor tne new movement in arb TJie Kansas City youth remained quiet during the view and the piiIi.b- quent explanations of the new Idea given mm ny nis cousin. "Well," said the cousin, at lost. you don't seem in be particularly) Interested or enthusluatle about the! pictures wniu ao you thlnK7" Think!" exclaimed the youth from nanus ujiy. -wny, man, I've got iwo aunts oui wesi mat can Knit bet ter pictures than thetel" Harper's. A COMPLIMENT. W do n k you think U dgg daugther had her voice cultivated t" "Well, frctn the rasping way she sings I should say It was dune with a raHe.' Balti more Americas. THE BIG LITTLE FAMILY JOE'S CAR .r1 How about THisfTV cents? .Hp Th' KDs cepttaiMlV h Aloou -TUftTt i upy, 7 . " 91 -ltATLL BE. "THREE CEtfTS D KNOW INHERE- T FNb J 6E.T AH EFUUj ( t I f 11 Hi r1 rJSTER. - 0t)E- h V M V VJ AP, .SOMWfjj BSu'FSHt'LL5AV'y f ( YOU HAD 1 KIS-TER! ! NtMIMES C5ltAMB H . y P$SirC A 1 (UOMDCftF U JJ WeS f CAMA)AM 111 Jlf il ? 51' fJi U r3K 1 laaaHL J A (eaaaW A rX-'ff T 1 i T mWJC V,V .V J A if:rs. IsbbbbbbbbbW T tsaaaVaaaaafeS: JI7.t HIH. - jaaHlllllW 1 Ci 1 OnSsD .11.. 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