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AMERICAN 1LLUSTRAT0RS MAKE WILD PLUNGE INTO FARQ
They Burst Upon the
Stage with Skits
Called "Plague o'
My Art" and
"Perfectly
Happy."
T.t< ? ? de-can of thfl Bodotj
, ? \ r.histratora Int'-. '
\rt Voiitnlr;..
.to a $ i ua of 1-tob
, ? ? om <-f tha ?*',*t
\.i -.* . * ool tl .*
?
, ..i<* m ir... -. Loooklng for
i . i a ool fnf
. -? .
'
| j | .,: i gai ?
?quirted *
?
"
i the art
t ork "*-. ith dlnnai i fllla on
thoi- -r i riti-r-r in on the tlDH <i'"'K
g| t. <* Bl Ttth Ot ' ??? li'' tory i\ |
? gai i Th* ('r'"
gt-ora of the x-v.-.r ot lha wotifl wort ther*
? | .zlne
. ItIIIbi ?! nai yo*t
eis. fOtUI * ' ' -
b_ni8to*orma ln pun rgtonna ln
phi.iiics in mifi ?'?"?*? umbor,
htoori with fonmlng Baffonfl i:f*e<i high,
? . ter tba ? ithor.
"PLAGUE 0" MY ART" AND "PER
FECTLY HAPPY."
ptt v.,m throt iKWBooror,
Uobert J. WlMhaek, C, B. Fa-Ua flnd FrsA*
f". DnytOML '.t took at leflfll that number
..a-* tl ??? iwo ptejrg, "l'lugue o'
ty au' ;n.'i "Parfjctly Hanpy," a -tell
. llttla Bqulb in whlch
r.-turniiiK to bla Bat, tSteeovorfl
- hunebbnekg, frlondi ol hla flrite,
?iicktil (-nnely ..*? I A b'J
? ?. dmwera wher? he ezocutflg thcmby
?hrnni-. Thfl authora niii not eomfl
fcarward liajhi away after tbia, as thoy
i tt.e li tontl f thfl a-idlence.
Thoy did nol know wbethei tho burteoqufl
- thal i.h.-'*..: hpn*-ath the liniPll-fr.t
r ? ; t- tr.li.T MolTi*-* OT IMUgh
\:b . ,.-. ? - temptll | it Authony
to i-wo"p upon tbom atr.i carry them ofl
(adquartera Thoy did not know if
i ,r- thal -rr't-ii the oborw of
. | irgrfl thi crtefl of prlmt-*
. artlatg or th? gppriwrini ap
alaua-t of n."(?:'.*-tni..*k moNlernlata. In
rt, they only know thal t: >y had *mrlt
? ?.? i gnd oro.-. gfrald.
? t haVfl boen Th.ir w rit
? 1 a hit. Thfl aetlni Oi Martin
- Fatlma, the flrttet'a wlfa,
roadd hara p-rnmloed that. C.
natafl of Pail
m ill ? ? ' ra ??????i*
ttea?a oeflt a brUUant
I ?;.- tha manlpMlatton of hla
^ ? t ii ttlon of tho
palnted
h wlth dui nanlpulatton
.
PALL MALL MECCA. A DANGEROUS
MAN.
maki .;?
? oi Anthomy CoMutock,
with ? *..*.,.
lar I
* ? - ith Bea lt louida
i g. liamonded hand,
I ? wm thfl boart
af the fair F"a1 i oa oompelled t<>
. bi eaban ti l i -. poi I bo r uo.-tiu.vr.
husband, who had Idealfl about Art. Pati
ma dM tn -t llko bard work and wlahed
i te1***+***?!e*t***
Af* MAtV ot* AO %
LEJAREN A' HILLER AS LORD
SALISBURY: SKETCHED BY HIM?
SELF.
thfl ient *? preferred to Blng
? Pail
Mall Ifo ?' a almoal had hei But 1
pfltt Spart:.!! Vt* I OOUM ? tt*
? Bald, thal waa tho fruli
<if thfl bai ? ?? -- ? >' publli hei ?- *
hgff btiaband, Philip Morrte, who
rlever, o\*n li hi did gpoil canvaa byl
?*ea\W"*' - ----?___w b i
trt:A*5HE the Husband W Martin Justice,
thp Wife.u*the Studjo Scene.
The Mii-i-or. Holderv
<5eo.Keefc, CHpfcusLACry
HOW SOME OF THEM LOOKED TO WEED.
paintlng on lt a:..l ataal the r<*nt money 1
for the purchaae <>f cailmltam -nd othr-r
expenaive r*o**ora by thr* pound. So, wben
the wlle* r,f tbe art edltoi dlapatcbed blm
to the Boutb Bea to worb up **t*pttfj"
Btuff" for bla mi ? -.tlma arent to
Uva arltb ber mothi i ln Kloabing.
Tha entertatlamant araa opened atraat***
lv. When tba ao_e-nca araa aaated aad
the amoki of all th faj-ioua known
branda ol eigarettai ooramen(*ed to
bloe tho iiir ii lady ran dtram tba at*l**
wltb a little boy beaddc h<*r. Bha aahad
U ;t araa tha hlppodrome ar a i bun h .<? I
araa told tbat abo a tho a rotn paw
at .. ata< **atherlnf ol Uluatratora, but
that thefe iraa aot the leaal objactfcn to
hrr remalnin*- ln cau* - ? ? i ? 1 to .lo 90.
--ho <ii.i, and tba ualmte who bad raoor-l
erad froaa their terror leal the dleturbaaea
at the door Waa due t" a rald by ->n
tiiony. conducted her to .i t*'*.. itthtsra *aba
rtad the words ot tii'-* ptUttflantOM aloud
to "Little Jack iu.se, tha aquealer," who
f-at at hr*r Blde th**Ot_t_Otlt tha perfoi in
ance and as-K- i einbeuTaautnfl ejuaetlona,
I The lar'.y wan tlir I'rln. .sh Hojij de Mon
j terey. ln other words, Hobt-rt VT/lkDU-Ck,
vho road v\;l the word deBCrtptlor* with
admlmhle elOCUtlon.
PURRINGS FROM BRINKERHOFF'S
LILY THROAT.
The only apoken arorda In tha arhoU
Iicrformarico, outalda "' tha
Mrrai'i produced by Wlldhack, wera In <i
aong aaUreaaed bj R to. Brlnkerboff, aa
artiat model, to ull the most proi:
Uluatratoi a ln tho .. udieni e.
? aad a maple bj rup volce
Mr. Mrinkorhoff, gei tly undulatina. ti. and
fro m tha moal \-'i Robert w.
. ; from ni*. my
? glva me work,
,.:.xl rny 'omi.
\.. :. .-? ? ' r -
C. _ . r*i ?_-_-*
THE WAY C D. FALLS SAW HIMSELF AS THE HUNCHBACK KING.
f
Ai Vanua ?'
:?? ii :
Lal nie I.- th.- maid arho'i |n a
i ... i;.i.. ] ? .1 aaa ? i" Bob Cbanibeni ?
Aua .
Ia t RM !"?<? tlM f?:rl Mli ' ? ' ::?
Th4*. aadlaeca v>,is tho moat Intereatlng
bfUtfHACJt
? i-. ' - Tfn
THE PRINCESS HOYO DE MONTE
REY, NEE ROBERT J. WILDHACK.
SKETCHED BY MR. WILDHACK.
portion of the who... entertalnmeat lt
alaraya |b wben it ias Tamperament.
And mambara of the ati Uenoa told um .*-.
Thay were out for publlclty, they -aid.
and want. .1 al! thay ? " i!'l - ?
Amoag tba atafra tbat aatbarad to v-.it
nesa the pertonnanre were t'harle*. Dana
' Olbaoa, the prtsldent of the aocletyi
i .inmes Ifontgomi rj Placs, Uaary Q.
I Flemlafc r HopMnaon i^'nith, llarrlaoa
Tisher, Ojran Johnaon Charli i Vorrl*-,
oftei), alm.'.--'. alway - ti.e
aporttaf adltor of "Tba Chriatlaa Her
ald ." II. II. MdClure, Rae Brown and
Coagrava. CroeralnahteM and Chapln,
many others a_o?Hoarai I _u dler
? , for example
WILDHACK WAS THE CHIEF IN
STIGATOR.
The two pia a were deverly eoaaatrad
I wall performad. Wlldhack, arhi
. baaa chrlatanad tha "Looney Ba
...,?? toilad nli il ai d day aa bla
punjiK'tion. aadnp bla aart, aawouiaglaf
the pthara ai i *?? ?? iirtnf the aarvtcaa of the
.meriean Biofrapta Cecapany foi k ithhti
B M Aahe, who to..k tha Ttta ot I'hiilp
Morrla, tha artlal waa nol onl .. great
a.ior. L it a ii;"'-.'- ?'t..: I * well, and w!n.:i
fhlpwrecked in th?* tktt BOUtb t*-A.e dia
lliiinlahafl himaelf ut frarttaualac ti.e
tronkm araan. arhaeaj ).? aanQulabed
?harba aad awordllah with a palnl i-msh.
iii,-.it. too, araa tha acttaf i th taa*
tre fly that ttAtthJ him, BtAt tttt "l ?
? ariit ar.d iv.n turkey '?iiiKr-, M llaii"- i
il.,wn llke a I.'JMh'I at tin* ?..-... 11 Ba|
motnent, an.i i wu-.l iii ..-I l" j-at.i ahout
the i|HMrtettr r.f laUKlilli*- Mt>lilii*h_ *:i
a<*t three < >n th?-iu r..*r<- 'uiinl<">l fa>*> m
whlcb. arlth tm aeaalpylatkm, la mlz4Ml
rnKaRtlil'!'. Th'- BtOtBOl I 'I'l.i rt.-l tr \v.'.?
aii.mn. aii>. alnaome, u Improper.
Hut thfl crowning gtagfl feature of the
antertalnmant ?as tbfl art ma<-hine ln the
-tacomd ? ??!. hnroatod bf C i>. WlBteaMr,
thnt turntt out lllUKtrations mei-hnnlrally.
Novels an.l ghorl itorl?* are read Into u
fuiinc-1 that enrrtefl the Hounrl to tha- inner
machin- ry, wlMlfl lit-rature Is trannfiirmed
into art.
An aitist take.s his arat before a ma
chlao whteb teoka Ukg a barrtl organ.
Ha-iis rlng Bfl- lerorfl wblrr as bfl gete
? v< i... thing roady for the production ol a
maaterpbttt. A walklng beam oodllfltflfl
wi.ii.. th- pietura Ig belng "read" and a
taxlcab flag markad "O. K." aprlnga Into
pooltlon on Um Btnrbonrd ata* ot tbfl botr*
board when tho ptetorg itseif la Balghod
EVE*RY LITERARY situation
POSITIVELY FITTED.
The rontrlrnni workg uk* a HnoHypfl
lu.n iii 1,0. ami i.s l.est fldnpted tO the con
v. ntlona] Bhop-ghi iwrol Bmnugcript that
has i.eooni.. Bfulearad to the beartfl of
lady gaa chgwon throughout the tend
and to pohllflherfl and authors on BCCOUl I
..f the f.rtility of the gale receipts. The
pictures. whflfl th-y do gppggr, ar<* in the
conv?:ifloiiul fonfl and deal with love.
The nn.del on which they are madfl fits all
thi- Utorary Bltuatlong ln the world, and
wag patternod frtan lha orlglnal drawinga
of ti.?- rubber Btamp nrttete, OOiobim,
Fteher Bnd Chrtety, Tho old drawing>ar?
? . only onoa In sxtittnos, as Um nrttete
nf tho : -ar 1011 knon barely enough to
opgrntc tha leorera But to reauma
Taking hlfl place in front of the ma
run,. i tbfl reader beglna ln an gppgallng
roice, ?Ith ? prallmlnary Invocuttoa to
tho ihadfl of Robort W, C*bambarg: "Th-y
HARRY GRANT DART'S CONCEP
TION OF HARRY GRANT DART
AS LITTLE JACK ROSE.
wr-ro in their outing flannelfl. The water
?.-..*?! hy th- bow of the canoe, rlppUog the
lily pads on Its way to the dark o.van
Bhe played Idly with the shlmm-rlng Bow^
gtoflhtng I.r dainty hand ahout in the
water wlth the* grace of a mis-hievous
eblld
"His iicft muacular waist twtetad and
swung th-" canoe about the wlndlng chan
irarl of the glorlotlg stream.
'"How gtertoW he is" she thoncht
?What a monl ti I -t he Wlll be whom I aet
Iiim to work! -M1. own" flhfl whlspered,
her. eyes .b wy with longtng. How won
. . rl .1 tlr.it Wl an* togetber in spite of all
tne Kbemlng and lying of that villain!
" "How sweet to think In gplte of all his
devlltry we can Hoat thus ln tho gloriotts
lUnflhlnoi and?anl'- \
CHOICE MORSELS IN APPROVED
MODERN STYLE.
" 'I/np,' he BaM, smillng down at her aa
she stuml-l. <1.
"Her lidfl Butterod and drooped, her
eheekfl lo crtjnflomed that. their BWflflt Ure
burned her eyes
' He crushed her to him. 'KIfs me, my
queen, my own'.' His volce came "?"as-p
ingty.
" 'I've starveil for the feel of you;
hungered for your volce, your Ups. your
am derful llpo.'
M8bg praaaod to him, coolng, stghing,
murmuring.
" 'Iit-ar, dear, dear,' she could scarce
talk.
".-.he gtrOVfl to drive him away and draw
hlm ') her in the same breath. Her arms
wrappod bhi benntlfVl head and drew lt
into her bOOOtn. Slowly, tens-ly her glor
iou,s bcxly straightened. H.-r wonderful
white anna ligttSly outetrotebonJ, mon
? ,.f hor qirtvcrlni with bttrmmi dai
ing, unrestrain-d desire.
"'Oh, you do mush so elegant" ahe
slghel.
'Into the sweet sanctity of her hosom
hlfl h-nd nOBtted still more close. an! wlth
a inoan of plflflgurg he lit his t,ipe."
At this the work begins. The artlat at
the kcyboard pushes a lever and turus
a crank. There Ib a tremendous oscllla
tion nf the walking b-am, a whlrring of
cog whee|**, | iBafh of airoteflg sparks,
the taateab Bag Bwrkod ""? '<?" spring?
into pofltinti, and wlth a whlstle of rom
press-d gJr th.- .ompleted picture ls pro?
duce.!?a haodflODM young man iu even
Ing clOthOB smoking a i igarettu and l<*an
Ing o\er thfl piano wlth a fflflfl of roees
on || to ."nilrace t'ne Girl, who ia seated
at the keyhoard.
A HIGHLY CYNICAL PLOT, DRIP
PING WITH WIT.
Hut the satire against the n*,,dern rage
i.s t.ot <'.-ii*iii?-d to the art machlne. The
plot lts-'f is hlghly cjnlcal and falrly
dr.ps with wit. fc*. KL Ashe. as 1'hllip
UotfiS, th.- Hip Van Winkle <>f the artist
trlbc, whM tlilv-n to do ' lllustratlona"
for ba*e money, the plague of hla art.
succuml'!* to the indlscreet eatlng of
mangoea and blue lananas and falla
Into doep alumber und-r B male palm
tree. His hleep is atigmented by the
talte Of a ts.-tse fly.: and it lasts for a
hundrtil years. Waking. he. Is reacued
by _n airwhii, _uiiim-rmair-* b*fltt, an.l
flnds himself In the twenty-rtrit century.
Heturning to elvillz uion. he tlndn Art tn
the pos-csalon of the H-.iret trust and
all pictures turned out by the machlne
-teaflgfboi at."**-' Th.- only famillar thing
ln the whole world is one of his own
plcturgg tbat Bfl ?noiU-d by pulatiiu*. lt
?
is banging in the offlce of the _*4crnation<
al Art Foundry, Incorpor-itcl.
Tha art tru.st treanbtea al tha thought
,,. -i... terrtble diaaater, should aa ai?at
e\er be found t* ho could do anything
...iiiiii. Whm they recootnize Philip as
the onginator Ol the picture they knuw
thal he la hi'! "1 au "Old Ma.*-t>r" and a
man tu bd hated and feaivd. They >1.
clde tO flattcr him by crownitig him with
Characters Inc'ide
Sultan, Anthony
Comstoclc, J <J
Rose, a Tse
T e Fly and
an Air hip.
laurela and plarlna* Mt* nn g -^
where h* atand* until hla kpe+a &?**
Thla la the hr-si way t, dlapo-* ^ 5
th*?V tl.'ni. tt.r minr^ .. . _
thej thlnk, for -inr-,. the j-r-at Pig^.
' ' ""?' '?'? artlara n.^
na woras ara] wearineaa, next to ?
?? .n,
drain on ,r . nallty. a_.
I'hllip h-. omaa eo ?*-.;,ry tnai h . ru
Ing for the Att Trur-i i, th- gr^(^
r**.7
to rlO ' r a '.ent Wea'at"^
.-alled The Vm-id Fleah, ? arA^L
damns hiin '.,? -vr-r *?
PROPHETIC COSTUMES, DE$|Qafl.
BY ARTISTS.
Tliey lament '' ** d.-hea*,
Bh rntWi
r!t them, ar ,.s otg%\
of thcw ??k
"" ?? ??n
har'-i tro"- ? Hnawu
Tri> r i . |n .helr Kj.
bowerer, a*..: ?. prettj one_j-j^ ,
- i ir*. of tbe iS
catei> phllanderi - ??-. in llr. y^,
?*? -'<"*-re<l pM
' h.arm in hr*r a. ? i8 hlj.;-. ?_.
plauded by thi i- '***l feniuaet
The ; tbe a.fted bu.
ristr-r, Mr John 1 M .'-.ern, who, >_
la the tn,
Terry ta,
Pug." than aorthy of hli m
- : unch, p_.
tlcular adapted ; orOea of tkt
play a ter K.-.laoree _*-<*
onlv whea th*-_,
*? the fojaari
with a uspfdor In her hand, but ata.
lor the art of thi
rotn Moacoa %tu
? ? fi et of .>--r-iraUon fw t
. 52 l arn.". VA 'A ?-uerne," ia _.
? . ? rai rr.llhon "Gnum*.**
THE SWAYING DANCE OF TM|
FATHEADS.
The ' "lance o? the fat heada." ln amei
Mr . leorc" Kerr'a roetume waa parttee
larly : and very utriking. Tha fat
- ire the proKenv of maaaaiM tii
inr- .-iiid art crltlca who have *-***-*?(
etely the place that theaa uaaa a
hold before art ar.d ht.-rature wara o-_
mercialiaed. There waa a.i ahantba-)
swinglng lack of int.*:.i_ence abaat m
tbat communicated itaelf ta tba
w ho aeemed wrapped tn thrtr
parta to the exclualon of their otber aar
.e.j. if they had any. It well Sttal
the d;r - auci ?e.liais th"*<e wnen the ptal
est artiata of the country tfare th-tnielw*
over to commereial lam?wheb Jeaat-i WH
?*. .t- doing alvertiaement fari
boller fa .or..- -r.rl Julea Quarta wW
!"roth.*r<>.
lt would I.. a .-?hame to cloee w_t_
mentloiiing the ot; era that took pttlttt
Kivlng them sueh publlclty aa w? ta
??oin'. of th'*n) don't need lt, to ba an
their naines bt-ing houaehold worda l?
the worka of otners are not yet u ea*
tbe backwooda chromo ar la
ubiquitous kit. hen o.icloth. and waj
like to assist them all The inoet'
,,f the bui.ch who to?k part ln tha par
.rd M. --she. IM
Fatrchlld Lejaren a" Hlller. Martln Jw
tlce C Allan GUbert, <".? i a ii Grant. Haa
ard Heath. R. M. BrinkerhtJ* C. 0. Will
lams. ileorue Kerr. Ja< k Bryaat R
Foater, Davld Roblnaon. CharhMi *****
...., Davld Roblnson, Cbr**-tf?"~
U:,rr' Q ial Darl and Hanre" ~
' xf
(V0U__.C^*vv-**- ?
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C. A..LAN GILBERT'S SKETCH OF HIMSELF AS "PALL MALL

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