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SIXn-SIVtN YfcARS IN THE WORLD AND FIFTY-SEVEN YEARS ON THE STAGE 15 MRi YEAMANS'S RARE RECORD
MRS, ANNIE VKAMANS.
As Marian McCarthy, in "The Leather Patch."
hold, making long visits to Mr. Ilaggjn's driiii;!i
1. r in this city. Mr. Haggin wan l»>rii in Ken
•jucky, when- he studied law. He began prac
tising his profession in Natchez, Mm*. He
abandoned a large practice to devote himself to
other business, and became one of the m< b(
successful mining operators in the ir.it.i
States, He was equally successful on the turf,
and gained fame as .t breeder of superior Btoi-k.
He is of medium height, with a stalwart frame,
and, despite his white beard. does n<>t look hi
ag»'. It has been said that for years a \v« I!
Known bookmaker had a reward of JoOU for any
man who could prove that he ever saw J. Ii
Mr. and Mrs. llaggin spend much of theii
time in Kentucky, bui havi a home at No. 7<Sl
Fifth-aye., and have purchased a valuable plot
pf ground at S:\ty eventh st and Fifth-aye.,
fcfhere a more elaborate house will be erected.
Hi: BAll TREAtiI L'l TO /■"' HP.V.
Captain Kldd in his ).i>\ momenta ann i
that be bad bidden his plunder.
"But why." asked l^s companions, "did you
bury your treasure when >"ii had mnnej to
"1 suppose i r- matlon would have i» • i. I
replied the pirate, "ijut it will be all Brtd hard
to find, anyway!"
MItS ANMi: YKAM.WS.
*s Cordelia Mulligan, m < '. r.l. 1,., s Aspirations-"
NEW- YORK TRIBUNE ILLUSTRATED SUPPLEMENT.
TO IIOXOU MRS. YEAMANS
THE VKTKRAN ACTRESS MAS BEEN ON
Till-: STAGE FOR FIFTY-SEVEN TEAB&
Ncxl week, Wednesday, November H>, the
now playing "A Chinese Honeymoon"
Casino will have a little celebration of
: t i noi • n.- of their members. Mrs.
Anni Vt-amans will <>n thai day have been
yeara ni the «.'r!.i ;u-..l fifty-seven
on the st;m.\ Bui Mrs. Teaman* has
as known to Broadway for the day
i ; . • except by her stage com
. Tii. r.' Is little doubt that the »'asino
n thai 'i.!\ will know in whom they
an n -i Interested, : i r : . 1 which member of the
. .1-: !•• honor uitfi their loudest applause. Most
: thdays though Ihej don't al
ways '• i 1i 1 i : tin few evei r».-lel rate a
• ■ • . rarj . •si • . tail) with
! !.■ '! ■ .■ (1.
Mrs. Y«*ai nil In her dressing r««>m
at !!.• t'-.-m tl .• t. in.i.in. with a pad
<-r paper on her knee writing ;t letter to one
of h- !• daughters, »-h« la also <<n the stage.
•I'.ar I!!.-." ■ '.. , ■• "there la n«.rt,ii,p t<- t»-ll
about n jrae : ■ i ept thai I am, so far as I
As Mary Ann Dooley, in -Keilly and the Four Hnndr. <1."
know, the only Manx actress on the stage— the f ■mumvN to get a bettor part than this, ho-.v-
American stage, at any rate. I was born on ■ ever, and next app^-ared, 1 think, m Sam Wil
the Isle of Man. and am quite as proud ol it aa . loughby in Th.- Ticket of Leave Man.' Ar.y
of anything I have ever done. When I was a i way, I know I played about ••-:>■ part in that
bit of a thing, however, we moved out to Aus- i piece, from Sum Willoughby to the old srand
tralia, and it was in that country that I wei j mother. The old New-Torh Theatre hm at
on the stag*- at ten years of ago. i No. 72s Broadway, and Augustin Daly soon
"The stage in Australia in those days was a ( after this produced his "ilritlith Gaunt" at the
pretty rough place, mi thai it wasn't so far j house, engaging me to dance a barndoor jig in
removed from the circus, it:; ■ wl -I soon I the fair scene. When this engagement was over
drifted. Before I was aa old as girls ar-- in ; I went "jobbing" for v, sei»i»un, and tht-a again.
America to-day when they begin to think se- with a circus.
riously of husbands, I married a eircu clown, **But whei my husband died I left the circus,
and travelled with him as far ». Java, Singa- j coming bach to join Mr?. F. B Conway's sto~k
pore and Hong Kong. I saw a good deal < f the i company in Brooklyn. There I remained two
world, appeared before all sorts <>f picturcsttue j years, leaving it to join ii. I. Fox in "Humpty
audiences, and under* many hardships. Then : Emmpty.' Then I was wUn. l>.' at the Grand
we landed at Yokohama, and lived there f<>r a Opera. House in "Round the Clock,' until . went
year, having nothing to do with circuses, though j over t<> Josh Hart's Theatre Comliiue, to pTay
I s=t ill gave ocrasional entertainments for the ( in farcical sketches. When Harrigan and Hart
benefit of the Europeans. assumed the management— ln 1>77, wasn't it?— l
"In 1W5."» I came to California, and reached remained with them, and for twenty years was
New-York two years later. My first appear.ir.c> most <>f the time a member »T their force.". I
in the city that haa since been so much .if the j moved up Broadway with them. In fact. ] like
time my home w.is at th»- old New-York TlJea- I t,> think that I have spent more of my life right
tre. then under the manaK ■ it of Mark Smi:h ; hereon Brc^dway tk-ing my best to make New.
and Lewis Raker, father-in-law of Jol Drew, j Yorkers laugh than any nther actress.
I appeared aa a page in n spectacle from the | "I r«>nie:>ib.-r that in -_ i was with Palmer
French railed "Cendrillon.' which v.:i_ running J for a siason. though, in 'I-iirhts o' London,*
in opposition to The Kluck Ciook,' I soon | and t:..t: I played law «>l*i da.r'ty wench ia
MRS. AN Ml! V i:\M\NS.
As the Official Mother-in l.aw, in • Th«> I'hin.sf Hmmjbiiiibh," at lIH Cusinuk
MRS. ANNIE YKAMANS.