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Cl ^g^r ^-^^~^^^A rcr^rM j^r /// f?-) ^^?M^^^ H^j<y/^^v- 3^ ? -"?>~--'*?'-!-:->*J"u-u"-'1-'?5-?- maw_. _ TWO NEW PRODUCTIONS. Author of "The Lure" to Present a New Drama on Judicial Corruption?Augustin MacHugh's Play Is of New York's Social Climbers. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK. On MONDAY EVENING: At the Longacre, "Tho Last Resort." by George Scarborough. At the Hudson, "What Would You Do?" by Augustin M?cHugh. ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON: At the Cort, Laurette Taylor in "Just is Well,*' by J. Hartley Manners. '.?-orge Rr-trbotoiiErx, author of "The i.ure" nii'i "At Dar," will Bteaant lvs third plag this Beasen at the Ix>ng A? Theatre to-nmrrow evening. Th'- t.- a play la called "The Ktst Resort.'' and its inf-s'-ntntion here marks th?? initial ar psaranns of Mr. fcartae*ough a?? a pro? ducing manager it Is Mated that his entry Into the production Fehl was eansi 'I by th? fart that most managers who read "The I^aM Resort" declined to produce it because the eubject was of such a deli . cate nature, although thejf all ?Breed that It was a etrong p.ay. The theme of "The L-ast Resort" is Judicial corruption and the? pester of the Judge to deal with contempt of court. T*ho main characters are a young lawyer who is fighting for the people's rights Bgalaat corruption: a ncwrpaper woman who aids him In his work and ?ins his love, and a pol?tica] boss who is able to dictate tho decisions of the court. Mr. Scarborough declaren !that every incident Is based upon fa ; in real life. The cast includes GfMrge Fawcett. Olive Wyndham, Wilson atol? I rose, B R. Graham, Q?*wrrga Badina, Mark Price, A. ?'.. Andrews, Julia Mlu. . Ruth Flndlay, fjeorge WUaoa? Richard Rarbee, charles N Ore? as pnd others. Tho play lias been Staged under the di? rection of J C. Huffmann. 'What Would Vow Do?" i- the title Of August.n MacHugh'i new play of Ne? Torl? life, v. hl-h followa WJlliam ?.'olllei at the I luis?n Theatr?-, opening to-mur row evf-n:.- g, In this story Mr. MacHtlgh has lakes a phase af New York Ufa which Is said to bo typical of existence in certain nets, where the young aromen seek to OOtahlne their friends in the mat? ters Of reckless i-x-cmlitures, bridge for hlifh Make?, eMiavasant entertainment.? and eoetly frocks, far beyond the powei of the r husband:-' parses To pi'.vtnt the, inevitable cash, money must bo obtain -I. but how ' ThS jrongf husband Is beset by his wife and her ".-limbing" mother for funda to meet thcli avalanche of bills an?! ganMbag dehta. Just a? the Host ;i?e family and their frienda are age? ing a bite of supper before Starting ?K* the Vanderbilt ?up ra?-e, the aiultl illllonaiio casually remarks that If ?>ung HostaKO bad taken his I ;> "on the market" he would have won jl?.?MB in three daya The young wife urges her husband to speculate, nnd n?-, needitig funds and anxious to provide more moni v fol h wife. iOSS BO and wins. T?e easily ga'wtd wealth leads th? wife to unwonted extraragsjsjoes; the h i hand, to meet bis obligations, i deeper ?? ?i deeper in'" debt. As ha ' facing t .in, a Benrgpapet Megs' af ?' ? forces the yo ing derh Co a?lm!t hit tion. Th?m come an es of *'?ri'?-, in ?vhi'-h Ho tage and hli friend "bluff" a broker Into believing thai th< y are the Confide- Hal representative* <>r a fam ?us plunger who Is going to rriak' a killing "on a h ill market." Mr. ntacffugh'a nee* play sri be presented b> a cast Including bear' n lilis, G \Vy?i,'.< B ron Heasley, liattle Rua seil, it. hie Ling l?dltb Tabee, I ? MeKav, Allee Carrlngton and Kan i:itir, ?PtCIAL MATINEES AT THE CORT i.g ,f' ' ". ??? ',' 1 I:'I le-' ?al'i'llil. 11 .1 ere In "Feg o M' Heart," i."* al the COT? ? !: i' gla a net |e? of ' ?p?-lal rnh- N t ?,f f?. || , ? ? one-B' t |i?a. a en Um Ngg Krlduys Ifl > Mar.-h, the ?"th. l*th, 2<Hh ami 271h. The tout ptnys that \s ,\\ be presented on each of ths afternoons Include n twentieth? century roensnee, by J. Hartley Manner?,, ".iupt a? Well," in wblcb Mir-?? Taylor, Hassard Short, Mis? Emlll? and Miss Yvonne .larrott ?rill appear; "Ths IMr bMd?ra Quests," a phantasy by .John Cor? bin, whk'h win ?>? played by Mi s Taylor, Miss \'ioiet Kemble Cooper, Miss Teonn? Jarrott, ii. Resves-Snilth, Clarsncs Hari ds and Mastsr Howard Brooks; "Hap? piness," a study by .i Hartley Manner that will have fo- Its cast. Mips Taylor, Miss < 'ooprr, HsSSSTd Hiiort arid Peter Bassstt, and an allegory by i Hartley Manners. "Th? Day "f Dupes," with Mi /> ! Taylor, MISS Melville, I'. ReeVCS?Bmlth, I Hassard Hhort, Clares??* Hsndysid? snd j Rl cir,.-?!'I Mns"ri In th? ' .'?' I H0LBR00K BLINN. FARMER Actor Sleeps Outdoors and Stores Up Vitality for Plays. Hoibrook I.linn, director of and pnn. i ral a'tor in th? playa al th-, Prlw Theatre, j?, ?., believer In "Back to th' boIII" and preaches nothing irhlch be .toe? not carry into effect, Mr. Bllnn's bomswerd Journey nft'-r tl * play la not one of four Mocks hy taxi cab, with a ta?gory Interlude it is fnrt? miles upstate; it is begun pfedsely si 11:30 O'clock, und ,?r I p. m. or a little after ths actor is at Journsy'a End, hla own OOUBtry placo in ihe hilN n<Hr ?'o ton-on-thr-II;ils' n Unlesa business detains bin in town these forty mile?, are eovered, no matter what ?eeather, Even g zto tsmpsrstur? cannot keep him from making Ir by motor if the night is dear and tho road Is hard; if It rain? or Is foggy, a New York ? < n 11 al Irani takes him to the Station, which is only M.x mil? s from borne; tiv; rest of the way must !"? dene over pneumatic tires, whatever th? state of the elements, Tils rniof ambition off staue i? to mak? his farm actually ylsM S profit. Now Journey? End In CSrlag for Itself, will'h in ?orno SOMovsmsnt, for the place re? quire?: a staff all the yeisr round und a Buperlnteotsnt In s yaar or two it-* owner hopes tO BO? ?"i BrCtllSj rSVSnue. Its le?-t crop lo dStS is oat-, hut It glgo produces nnrlveltod hay, or i\hich lb? ?proprietor is an nnrlvsllsd mower Ml pit'-- t> ? brother sotor who live* hi ,t hotel Of glided ftirnltur? and per* f,-. t room ssnric? I pity bim n>> moje than I ?In th? wilier or the palm., i r tbs musician oi tha captain of Induati I who dOOa the same thing 1' >" 0*1 I I of e.uiv ?o i<d and eailv tu nue, It is DO! ? uter of ths * mple llfs; tot, bailee? ' me, ?A.itkiriii Is lha > ity and living In the ? ountry sr? ?wi lalnl] contplsn, Il i? a i ;,'.? ?,' purs 1 I " '!"t and sheer |'h- Bll Bl stimulus '? n Bsurs inn vsg ? i f., n,.| mal in the Prlw i -, Thsstrs productions ' ws? losing my vltallt* my .., i . oi id 1.1 ap up a semblan? e ?if bealtb by listing snd Btnall modi? ,d kee,, dews to ?? ' Ighi by h i. . v< rdss; bol Is >?"< r to kosp ' mu tropolltan psos I snd i w ntuall 'r-, the grasa and the trees and ths broob "Moders llf? !" ?? furns?*? of smbltkMia fever, to ? ?.. r.i? rs< ? th? < ff? i U Oi Uli ., , ,.... , ? ... . '..i or promotor .i must have the i ootfi lag, bssilng loucb b! Um pguntry, whin Iaugeue Tayic^ * la ..w... .- nal re and, because it is natui rigbi ' ?. m -? BLr-lbFIT AT THE CASINO. A vaudsvills bill s 111 h pr? ? ? ?? ' the (Taslno Theatre to-nlghl for the ai niiai benefit of lbs H< brew Infei Asylum. Quj Batea Posl and associa players will I ?? Been In ths pralo "?iniar the Tentmaker." < bar?es Riel man, Lola Meredith snd ?ithrr play i will present th.? first art oi Jack i.-?i' ?Irania, "Help Want'"!" Blanch? Kin \>.|?1 Kinn "Why la the Ocean Bo n<;! lbs shmi "" and other song hits frw "When Claudia BmllSS," and Han Conor, from 'he asm? company, *rt also appear. Harry Leonl an?) Ann Dais \mii i.? aeen in their mus1'. sketch, ' a Lc boo m Opera"; Btell Hammeratein and Laura Burt, Qerl rod? Vanttorbill and Oscar Ode? t'h-iries, Dickson, in "A l'""oi Wsger* Karhlein Clifford, as "Sumo liny"; Tor Lewis, Mme. Blanche Ami, Alfred n-1 gen, Lillian v: Bradley, William Norrir Jemea J. Cortxttt, Hoyt, Hoff snd Adel ami John w Ransone, Impersonatlni wiutam Jsnnini?a Bryan, will ai' be bsoi Then there win he Hartman and Varada Minnie Hlgg?M m BOngB, BCCompanle? by Oeerga Byrd Dougherty (Itaturlst) BUgetM M< Or,-k-nr and COmpsny, In "Th Early Birds"; Bton? and Born nod Ml' lin'i Swine. A? there win be more thai twenty acts on the bill, the certain wll . , retnptl* at I o'clock, Tbs or? boa na, wii! in? under Ui? direction "t* Qeorg? ?ni? hoi? Elisabeth Murray snd Adelt nit-11? win also '?pi" ?" -. FRENCH DRAMA SOCIETY. The French Drains Hmietv win * . nssi M"i.. ' ? pla translated in Crenel by ihe |tailsn Ambssssdor, MarquM Cs ssni, "I-?- Man Amoursui de Ba Femme,' i i Huaapi ?? '?i"? osa. Il s i produ? ? for ?he (Irai tu?" a' th.? TMbtlS du i-..i , Bruxell? 'i h? psi foi msnes s II i,, ?.it' nd? d bj Mra I isren? 8 ? Bual Otto Kahn, Mi h. Benjasals ?-> Qulnness, Mis ??'ltd.m KtlOl It'll. Union OOpSII i.. ? . Mm' ? aiin Pollfeme, Oeners Hoi ? ? Porl r, Mn C B ? bun h, P ! I,y dig, James 't Townssnd, Mr? Cburcli ' ml ??m. Mi- i Bob i.'? lb? rgi Mi ? s 18. Menken, Mrs. Simon Bha er, Miss A ' B uv? be, Mrs. J. P. Fed? r and Ilia I : il i Willis m "ii. PAUL SWAN. Paul Baan, the Greek dancer, and the original Russian Balalaika Orchestra, with Alexander Klvlloff as director, arlll give a Joint afternoon of dan< a muele at the Longecre Theatre, Tueeday, March Mr. Swan Is B pupil Of llordkln, v ho has recently been appearing In i.i, Egypt, <;r??c, itai>- and Prance m a Bar?es of poetle and Interpretettee dances, smhodying the characteriatlcB of Egyptian, Peralan, Indian, Chinees ami Greek. We*, only does Mr. Bwan, who Is still In his early tnrentJee, create all h ? own <i.iti'-'-s, but be nrrltes much of his own musk*, and designs an?l ese? n - hi.-> own eootumoa Home of the n imlx n ?in the programme will be: Piorrea! (gormado). Randesger \ Ore? ? Phaatauar. ''on I.? Cygaa . ..Halm The Q'l? M Of the BOUl.Bhuberl A (lilne.se Idal.1 ' I Narclsstia .. . R ? 'l he Bphii X. The Balalaika OiihsstiB win play, OS side? Mr, Swan's music: . ..i,, i tura March.Airan?. I I . gamin Rabotcka. aaSitef raise, "Qatchtna".ladree! Ben seda . . a ?s.? b specially rognaotod programme of Russian folk e?>nBS. IRVING PLACE THEATRE, iiansi Arnataadt ami Goatav ?Valdati ! will roiitlnue their tWgBf IBOBi at th?? Gai1 Uiaa Irving Blaee Theatre Tim two i players trill appear en Monday, Wednee* Iday, Friday, laturday Bights and latur? Ida] mstinas in KoBaar*s coanadyi "Dar l?*rlhgaf**lls*M (Where Ignorance is Bltaa) TusadsT night. '"Protsomot Rarnhardl Thuisday Bight, llaii.-l -\rnxtae.lt and ?iuatav W.ilda-i In gohtX nthan and Kal 1 burg's comedy, ''GoldOsclu "A GOOD LITTLE DEVIL." The film pioductlon of l?.ni<| BelaSCO'a modein (airy pi,i-, "A I?"?"I Little iavril," in iivn reals, is scheduled foi relea t to fiar it Is presented arlth the entire Ikit.il P??5j "vpifA^OTXE -AT ?S? /VJilATTAK Opei-?a ?iou?l original cast, Including Mary Pickford, aa Juli? r, tin i of ths nia?. ?? \ ? ;."d i.iiti.- D ? ni.en by Rosemond? Gerard and Maurice Roa* land, and adapted I \ istln Btrong "THE GANGSTERS" AT WEBER'S "Th<? Gangsters." with H. B. Walthall and ?'on:,if I.? I'.,nie.- In the tWO leading roles, will i"- the featurs film attraction ,.i \\. i., i-'a i ' ? itr? '?? [inning to-m? afternoon, in addition t" "Tho rj strrs" the complete programme, whlcli win ie offered four times dally, will In* cluds a on? i?? el Kej stone photo 'The Riot," snd one reel of the i -i. turns from the seriea entitled "Seeing Booth Amerlcs with Colonel Roosevel! Tbs psrformanoea will be si .:. i. . ? I I I ..'. i."l. i\ . ? ? Ijr r v api .; i hi ' i m s-'iii ?lay there win be ais performances be* ginning sl II o'cloch In tbs morning. "Ths Gangstsrs" is staged by J Klrkwood. ? -? MME. RANSKE'S RECITALS. Among Uis varied selection bj modern authors snd composers which form the programme? of Mme Ranak? s coming Ijontsn recital mstlness m UioCoii Tbos ire mi Msrch i.'. II ami ':?'. Mme Ransks ?in render parts of Katrine Trask'a "Mi.rs it Victoria." win.h is b Iragsd) m blank verse of the conditions of Ptsnch ?oclety th..tti' aftsr ths msssnrfs of st. Baiiholomeu a live. It," by I_urencs Eyre, at the Play? house. CTRI1. MAUDB and his IrSngliah onm pany in the detective <l:ama, "Gmmpy," at Wallach s, "HIGH JINKS," s lirely and tuner_| I musical fane, by L-SO 1 htrnmsti in and ??it.i Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Frlml, ' played by a Rood , set Bt the va-itio. ! "Till-; BUSLBADING LADT," an e:,t I - I tabling !>lay by J'ai:l Dlehey and 'liarles Ooddard, at the Pulton. , "THE UTTUE CATS," a bright and i tuneful musical comedy, at the New Am ' st< rdani. ? GERMAN STOCK COUPANT, at ?he lining 1'i.o-e Theatre, in repertory, See i annoutscemenl In another column I "THE Ql BEN OF THE MOVIEB," an [intonating and lively muMcal comedy, at the ??lobe. ; "SEVEN KatTI TO h.m.dpatf.. ' Georgs If. Cohan's hlghl> amusing "m. r t.i> farce," at the Astor, artth waiiun? Ividingei "SARI, ??. tuneful, cokNrful cperetia. with Min! Ilajos and a good cut, at the I.i.ii-rty. "OMAR THE TI.M'MAkKII,'' aneiai? orate Persian play, with Guy BatOC l'o.t, nt the Booth. THE un.i-; <?k THREE?" an BaaitMag f.n ??? coined.?, at ib?*. 1 larri*. "Peg u' MY HEART." J. UartUy M.uu Bestie Bai^caii . moot ftut, id?? tabc& **> gladyp wtnhe ? CURRENT ATTRACTIONS. Three New Productions Added to the List of Plays That Continue?New Attractions in the Stock Theatres. , -along CAME RUTH." sn si I ? omedv of Now Bnglsnd If? Ho i Dag. ar Um ?.alel?. ? Tirr: MIDNIGHT GIRL," 3 tunsfnl inn?i attracUvs musical comed) adaptad from ?he French, with Margaret Rom une and George MacFarlane, at the 44th streif "TOO MAN V C<X ?KB," a d? Igbtful comed) by Frank ?'raven, with PYank Craven hssdlng lb? r^? ni the f?tu , ?dree? ?THE PHILANDERER," Barnard BhaWa brilliant Fatiie on Ibsenism. with Granville Barker*a company, st the T.itt! Theatre. "THE BECRET," Kcnrl Bernstein's unusual play of ,-> wo n Itb , ftnni-i?i Btarr, al Belesen "THE THINi-.S TUAT COI ET." an *n i tei tainini? r.ay full ot the HCbristnuu aera's delightful *om< Lnurettt Taylor, at the c0-t "TO-DAT," h George Breadhu if ?<? Abraham S. S bom r, al the Forl I Street Th? atre. "POTASH ? I't-; m.M i"! TER contlaaM in popularltj at the COjBBB The-itre, ?it I: Barney Bernard .-""i Alexander Carr. "THE LEGEND OP LEOl-fORA," ? .' M B ?? ri? . With Maude ft da BBS, at t, . Empii c "A THOUSAND TEARS AGO,' BU 0 : entai romanra, b Percy Mackaye, w.tii ;, CO".! cast, ,-it tin? Shubert ?THE WHIRL or THE WORLD, ' ?" I eiai " cal shoe. a' the " ? larden. "AMERICA," a huge see?*-tacuiai *',' ? H ne, with nu o:.,', featurea ?THE VELLOW TICKET. ' a i: ..-., I play, w ii'.i an a'-i-stn- ?..c-t. al th? l.'tniK? ?VT 'ill!-: PRINCESS Ore one-ac ? ? . Kegh cted Lad]," "The HI ed Man,' , "it ? 'an He i lone "The Po mail an-i : "The Kim ia the i ca? u " "KTTTT MACKAT, I '. Int. restin* ?THE LAI GHING HUSB ' M a M tertalnlng musical comedy, a-lth a good cast, a' the Knick? '?'. "HELP WANTED." a d im II i Lan. al the M txtnc I II oil MOVING PICTURES. ; \ M1LLI? 'N BID J< hn Bunn: soi | --i ;..... ? ? . i." al the Vil -i?-ar-h ??LES MISERABLES an i - I preeantatron of I ctor ?i- go'a no al, *'? ?. .m. ' "THE S's> MONSTER ' a new I i 1 th. Rl p-ihlir. "Till; THREE MUSKETE ERA ? elaborate Htm production <??? I . - nove', ?it the New York Theal STOCK AND ONE WEEK HOUSES Wii am Morris prenants his oompaays. English Pia: ?- ' om the Little Theatre. I London, ?n Cggmo Hamilton's play, "Tw Blindness of Virtue," at the west K"11 Theatre this week. Th? casi m lude? , liariey Knoica, Marguerite Cellier, v*r? Putter MelHah, PolUe Emery. Rutherfort ? Herman. Marjorle Allea and Mx'O'.i , Ainsworth. William 1!. Crane and lioi.^yis I-?r banks, with Amelia B-hufbaas and L*a> trida Cotlinge as co-stars, la ' jiie N'* Henrietta" are the week's ?aag^r'.ct.on it thi Grani Opera House ThtsV-fa the sBg angagsmenl they wttl play in New- vor* i this season. The engagement at the ?iratvi I starts on Monday, March r. and i? for ?*? ita, with the rmatoaaar) matlBses ? \\ i dnesday and Saturday af le: noona. ? Shanes? n Dha ' is the attraction st Th* Broni Opera Rouaa this week. Chaonesf oicott he.?.is a cast whnh Includes '"n' st.m e Moiineaux. Jennie Lamont, Heth i Pranklyn, Maribel Seymour, Arthur Men* land, I'avid fHaaafonl. John ?? **park*' .Manne Drew, .lohn Bhoahan. Fred-.''?*'1 j Hubert?- and Wolter ? olllg.ir. ' \- the Academy of MuMo the rregusy ?stock COinpany will present "Th* HetlH ' of Bondage" for another week, beglnni"?! I with a matinee to-morrow. THE LURE. Nnes its twenty weeks' run at Ma-iH* Elliott's Theatre. "The Lure' hai BBJ playing a number ?of other piainou?* within the HmltB of gieater New *'<>rt' but tlie demand has Induced the mintl*" ment to secine the Manhattan QM| House tor What a? announced as I farewell performances of this dlam*J. Manhattan an.l Itn Immediate vicinltt There win be evening psifoemenrea sEj speetgl matinee on Wedneeday. ?< r^P**1 pnces This engagement wilt begin ?> morrow evening. March, %.