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tho Old tM UnaTruth Truth About Aboultho thoTtvo thoTtvoIrndiintlnnt tlsoTwoVrnduetoniaolnls To TolrollllollollIollltll
lrollllollollIollltll Irndiintlnnt Iolnld In the New One linoIVImt ClnoWhllt OneWhat
What heal Uxperts 1 lllrtll Nay About It ItTlio ItIll ItIUuIto
Tlio Ill niulto fairly hummed with Tho ThoTwo ThoTwo TIsoIwo
Two Iwo OrphniiK Such nil uprising from fromHio froruIlio
Hio dusty tombs tOrflI of tho Ito pant pl1lltl Huch ouuimy ouuimyof an amy amyor tumycit
of recollection on tnarcliud up and down downllin dowliIho tiowntIit
llin doloctnhto strip of pavement prtvornon between betweenTliirtvHglith Lehll txtweonIiiIrtyigIiIi < lll lllIlIlrt
TliirtvHglith IlIlrt lglltli and Kortyxccuud JoortYt < ocond Btrcelw on onHroadwuy 011Hrol1wIlY Of OfHroattwity
Hroadwuy moro fumlllarly known na iwikki Gun Ouurlolii Gundola
rlolii Itowl Oldlinen Old tIizirs Hurinod tlioniKblvoH tlioniKblvoHnnd
HId wild Hl tIiI d qulto famlllailly Palmer and andthen andIhell Lu1fliefi
then sought the Miado where w uro behind l > oaken oalionbar oallOnharl oakenbnrf
bar and amid tho buzz of many many tongues tonguesand tongucsIIId
and In tho vory heart of the ho throng trongor trongorlietter irongorIettor or orIttttar
Ittttar Btlll tho throat throatthcfIO theflo vetoraiiH of oftheatrical atIlIlCItrleal ofhcatrlcnl
theatrical battles batt fought and won discuss d dthe dI
the I ho dearest topic of nil al1thclnllcl LttItIIOfnPCIVCfThe themselves themselvesTho lA lATh
The Th consensus conllCn us of opinion nmong those thosewho thollOho thooOIO
who ho saw MW tho original cast Is that tho nower newerone nowerlIno nowerfine
one Is far Inferior Int rlor But that was a judg judgment jUdKIIwnt jutigInflt ¬
ment to be expected Time lends haloes haloesoven hnJocml hitiocHfCfl
oven ml n to hams nnd mi II tho constellation constellationof
of f gifted Start atnmln in the Union Square produc production produolion producdon ¬
lion was superb lIurer > their names must blazo blazoin
in the th memory of those who wltnrMwd wltnrMwdtheir w1tzwssdheir
their 1 acting nctln Mr Ir Palmer was 118 very ory or philo philosophical philoophlal plilloophical ¬
sophical when spoken to on the tb subject subjectHe sUl suujectlit > ject
He did not display lltIp1a any an diplomatic dllomatlo reserve reservein
in hit remarks In a word won ho won wn frank franklie frankIto
11 lie summed up tho situation thus Both BothcaAtH DothaAtll I3othats
caAtH had and have uno their peculiar merits meritsAfter mriIMter merithtr
After tr that themIs thm ii nothing to add for it Is iathe IsIhe istho
the truth tersely put putCharles illitCharles putCharles
Charles Thorno was a moro vlrllo 11110 actor actorthan actorthnn actorthan
than Mr Bellow yet et who daro say 811 that thattho thatIho thatthe
the English En lish actor lacked fire And his was wascertainly Williorialnly waaeortainly
certainly a figure of extreme grace James JamesONeill JamisONeill 1 1ONeill
ONeill needs needs no patent of artistic nobility nobilityat
at this late day da His Pierre was WI1 not or armight It Itmllht fc fcnight
night be played this year ear ar of ofgrnco grnon grnonDior 1110 1110ior thoZor
Dior ior could have hl o raodrrniwd It if 1 he JTIJ 8O 8Owished 110wished o owished
wished but ho did not wish sh to nv mv e l tho
interpretation Inh rJlretntln other than It was waaiond jilfash
ioiud perhaps yet 1t very Cr effective Tecllv Charlos CharlosWarner Charh1sWarnlr CharIsSarnor
Warner delighted many who ned now novr novrseen < r rwive I I Isrcn
seen him In an any olher fJRr part t tho repul pui puisivt
wive It ono of Zolns Coupcau t Drink Ho Howas Howas Itowas
was brutal whining a liytful h Hul bully anti a aBwagKoring II6WaltltfJrlllg aswaggoring
BwagKoring coward trxfh r h tlmo he Brtl8pcd
fro frail 1 Grace George his udcnoe was 118 horri
fled tli cl It was worse I Ian nn reality realityWhat rea1tyWhnt realityWhat
What a Bill Stea s he must bo bet I Fancy
Elba Proctor rxlfl 4is l ll and Charles Warner In Inthat Int 1 1that
that t t trrlfio rriflo r JJrcler urder scenel same I Tho admirers admirersol admln > rs
01 Miss lIss Otis were < fr not disappointed disuPP olnttd though thoughsome thoulhomo thoughsome
some of th thln > n wished that her diction might
have ber liefA itg8 polished ollsllld She seemed too toowell toowll toowell
well cd edjtd nted ted for a Mere M re Frochard Didnt DidntItoso
Host fytlnge ytingo once play tho rOle with withTho
fere dt1 dt1Tho
Tho piece itself Itselfhasaged has aged say what you youwill youwill youwill
will Its situations save it that and tho thoshipshape thohlpshapo thehipa1fapo
shipshape construction But tho story storytho storythe storythe
the dialogue Shades of Kugeno JUF no Sue SueWhat SuelWhat SueWhat
What a boggled bOIli led recital after the manner mannerof
of The Mysteries of Paris and novels of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that typo A Aclasio classic nevertheless U L The TheTwo TheIwo TheTwo
Two Orphans It tops the list of melo melodramas melod melodramas ¬
dramas d ramUlI The snow scene scenehow how many man times timeshas tlmtShM times115J3
has it not been imitated and parodiedAnd parodiedAnd parodied parodiedAnd
And yet it never fails to make an impres impression Impres1lon impression ¬
sion The pathos of Pierres generous generouscoatstripping generousooatstrippln generousoatstriiing
coatstripping act does not ring true but butit butt butit
it t gets across the footlights and hits the theaudience theau theaudience
audience au lence straight where the heart is or orought oralIght oroaght
ought to be and that is i the main matter matterThe malterrhe matterXhe
The wife with a guilty secret in her past pastRlie pMtphe paMabe
abe sisters one of them blind blinddo do not for forget forget forget ¬
get this you who call modern mo ern playwrights playwrightsmorbid plawrlghtsmorbld playwrightsmorbidthelr
morbid morbidthelr their enforced separation a IIber libertino IIbertlno iibertine
tine an abduction and merrymaking at atthe attlle atthe
the expense of True Virtue tirtuclah ah we hear hearthe hell hearUfO I IIlle
the cold tea again bubble In the profligates profligateswineglass prot1l profligateswIneglass atos atoswlneglassl
wineglass The rescue the duel the mid midnight midnight midzight ¬
night hag the cold misery fatigue cruel cruelblows cnwlIows cruelblows
blows Iows crueller lust lustnow now match this com combination combination cornbinathon ¬
bination of circumstances artfully woven woventqgethor 1oent woventoethor
t tqgethor ethor and you may outpoint The Two TwoOrphans TwoOrphans TwoOrphans
Orphans That latterday latterdaymelodrnt1l melodrntndttst melodrntndttstTheodore melodrnthatlstTheodore tlsl tlslrrhEodore
Theodore Kremer confessed himself beaten beatenat
at the New Amsterdam last Monday Mondaynlglit MondaynlglitNot night nightNot ht htNot
Not even my Kachel Goldstein or my
No Wedding Bells for Her can be men mentioned mentioned mciitioned ¬
tioned at tho name time with The Two TwoOrphans TwoO1lhans TwoOrphans
Orphans said he which after all is oply oplyadmitting or1yadmitting oplyr
r admitting that you cannot pronounce the thenames thenamls thenames
names of the three plays pla 8 simultaneously simultaneouslyunless slmulll1neo1Jsl slmulll1neo1JslUllles8
unless you tripletongue them on a cornet cornetDown cornetDown cornetDown
Down at Limerick Dans headquarters headquartersthere headquartersthere
there was rejoicing until an early hour houryesterday hourytsterday hoeryesterday
yesterday morning Dan who left the thewater thowater thewater
water wagon aijd and slid down the pole last lastSaturday lalltSaturday lastSaturday
Saturday was in the hurlyburly of his hisglory hl8glory hisglory
glory
It means ho said between a battalion battalionof
of hiccoughs it It means a death blow to tohis tohl8 tohis
his old Swipes with tho side whiskers whiskerswhats whiskersshats I Iwhatll
whats his name The fellow who drama dramatizes drnmathles dramatires ¬
tires kippered herring and hands it across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the footlights as high art artHobson Hobson or orHlbson orHlbson orHibson
Hlbson Isnt it Give mo a play where I Ieati Icall Ican
call see the acting actin and where the actors actorsdont actorsdont actorsdont
dont have to wear plate glass In their theirstomachs theirstomachs theirstomachs
stomachs to show whats goln on Inside Insideof Insldoot
of them I What hat do you OU pon ponwipers wipers call it itOh itOb itOh
Oh yes Fishology thats the word wordFlsh wordFlshology wordFishology Flsh Flshology
ology The Two Orphans has knocked knockedthe knockedthe knockedthe
the bottom out of tho Swedish sardine sardinebox IIlrdlnobox sardineboz
box Hurroo for Pedlar Palmer PalmerThen PalmerThen PalmerThen
Then some one pulled pullt > d Dan down from tho thotransom thotransom thetransom
transom where he was swinging as bo bospoke hospoko hespoke
spoke and told him that the Pedlar was a arude arudo arude
rude prizefighter and not notA A M Mlalmer Palmer the thetheatrical thethtatrical thetheatrical
theatrical manager managerI
I dont care said Dan irreverently
for in his skull suns were ere beginning to toburst toburst toburst
burst and fade Palmer knocked out outkippered outkippered outkippered
kippered herring and hes a good un unSeveral unSeveral onSeveral
Several timid and outraged Ibsen ndrnirecs ndrnirecsfled
fled fit > d down t Ihie he street to the last let of of1tosmershiclm
Kosmershclm and arrived just In time timetwo Umobeforo tImebeforo
beforo the fatal plunge in the well by y the thetwo
two truthseekers truthseekersTHE tru truthseekeraTUE thseeker8 thseeker8TilE
THE WISH MUSIC FESTIVAL I
Us ff Twcntyfinn Anniversary I III to De Cele Celebrated Ct Cckbrated > lc lchrntcd ¬
brated on April 10 1OAnnouncement 10AnnouQcement 10Annouboement
Announcement is made that tho annual annualFete annUlllFel8 annualFels
Fete Cecil Ce lilllguB ngus Seanochas or Irish musical musicalfestival musicalre musicalfestival
festival re thaI will be behold hold at Carneglo Hall on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday evening April 10 Supreme Court Courtand CourtJwllce Courtiustice
Jwllce Morgan J L OBrien OBd will preside pretlldoalld presideand
and deliver an address on The Irish Ho Hovival Uoival Itovival5
vival vivalThe vival5 vival5The ival ivalThe
The Gaelic Society is II making special specialarrangements FpeclalIJrrangements rpecialarrangoment8
arrangements to make the coming festival festivalone festivaloneofthemostattractlvo
one oneofthemostattractlvo oftho of tho most attractive ever hold It is istwentyfive 15twentyfive istwentyfive
twentyfive years since the festival was
fn instituted tltuted and the members attach much muchKigniflconco muchIgnlflcanco muchsignificance
significance to that fact John Cheshire Cheshirethe Ch hlre hlretha
the harpist Is engaged on a special arrange arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
ment of old melodies for a harp orchestra orchestraSelections orchC6traSelections orchestraSolections
Selections have been made from tho works worksof
of such old bards as a ODaly OHeffernan OHeffernanand
and ODoranas well as from modern musi musicians mwlclans musidana ¬
clans like Vlllieru llllers Stanford StnnrordlIolloy Molloy and andMifla andlliRB andlbe
Mifla lbe Annie Pattersons laller ol1ll Mus Doo DooNewt DooSew DooNcvI
Newt of Plnji anti Player PlayerIsobel PlaJcrIIIObel PiaeraIsobol
Isobel Hall has boon engaged by b Henry W WSavage WSaale WSavage
Savage for the role of Edith In The Princo Princoof
of Pilscn PilscnTho PilsonTho PilsenThe
Tho press agent a ent Is authority for the state statement statement statemoOt ¬
ment that the straw used in tho Scarecrow Scarecrowmakeup Scarlcromakoup 8carerowmakeup
makeup of Fred Stone in the Wizard of ofOK ofO
OK O i costs Hamlin A Mitchell fltchell 3 1 a a month monthStcno monthHtcno ihontltitcne
Stcno himself says 888 that tho good quality qualityif
if f straw obtained in New York makes tho thoexpense thoeXpIllM theCXpOHPM
expense worth while whileAt I IAt
At Harry San Santrc Verier i benefit benefitPoiitorH u fit at Tony
PoiitorH Theatre on Sunday nlgl nlglEdwards night Fred FredEclward8 FredF4vards
Edwards and May Edouin will In Intheir Introduce Introducetheir introducetheIr
their sketch A Bachelors Dream DreamCharles DreamChllrl DreamCharles
Charles Chllrl < 8 Frohman will continue Augustus AugustusThomass Augustusrliomass
t Thomass comedy The Other Girl at the thoEmpire IhoEmplro theEmpire
Empire until April I 10 o when ho will take takethe takethe takethe
the company to London On May 2 Julia JuliaMnrlowo Julillt JuliaMarlowo
t Mnrlowo will como to thn Empire to open openIn openi openin
i In Vhen hn Knighthood Was in Flower Flowernnd Flowertnd
nod In Ingotnar IngotnarPW
4
PW r 8175000 SI IKKM Theatre for The Bronx BronxPlans oronxPlnns flrnnxPlans
Plans have havobeon been filed with Build BuUdlngBuper BuUdlngBuperintendcnt Building ing Super Superintendent Bupertntendont ¬
intendent Revllle > for a now three story storytheatre stol7theatrl storytheatre
theatre to bo built at the southeast corner cornerof
of Bergen and Westchcotor avenues In InBronx Inllronx Inlironx
Bronx Borough for the William Tt f Keogh KeoghAmusement KCOKhAmusement KeoghAmusement
Amusement Company Compu which runs IIII tho thoVew thoe theew
Vew e ew Star Theatre In Manhattan The new newedifice nevPlllfloo newrtllfles
edifice will have a frontage rron lte of 188 feet and andR
R depth of 63 feet with a seating capacity capacityof
r of 1800 l8 It Itw Itwlhlhavaafa will 1haellfa have a facade adootornamCI adoofornsznental adoofornsznentallImestone of ornamental ornamentallimestone iJ iJIlrnCltone
limestone and brick Iho architects are areNoviUe antXovlUekBq iioeviUe
XovlUekBq NoviUe 4 Bgg
v An Ag able blc critic tayis UY uNo No one onelince onesince
lince since Meredithwas Meredith was in hit prime primehas primehas I Ihas
has gone to deep into the heart heartof hear heart heartof
of of man and of of woman womtnJ womanA womanA
J A NOVEL OF DIVORCE DIVORCEHe D1VORCEHe DiVORCElie L
He That Eateth EatcthBread EatethBread i
Bread With Me MeBy
By H A Mitchell Keays KeaysThe I IThe 1 1I
I The book is written vrittcvkh with unusual unuiualforce unusualforce unutualforce
force It is s strong from the very
first I Philadelphia 1 Inquirer InquirerMcCLURE JnfllinrMCCLURE 1nqirerMcCtugt
McCLURE PHILLIPS Sc Co CoLIVE CoUl Co141IJ
LIVE TOPICS AIIOVT TOWN TOWNSomo rflNSomo lHJV lHJVS
Somo S mo of tho singers frorrv the stranded
French company are wwdcring W dering about aboutthe abouttho aboutthe
the city hoping to find findwill employment which whichwill whichwill
will enable them to r vinln rr 1 ln hero They
are not destitute and o otJ j quIto able to leave leaveow
Now ow York If they vfMt to and it Is not
likely that they vlu 111 remain There Is Issmall Issmallscopo Issmall
small smallscopo scope for tb tl tlItr 61 ir energies in this country
and they will fr f fc4ow 4ow ow tho example of equally equallyJJK1
unsuccessful JJK1 redecessora OCCIBOIII and ono by ono onorc onereturn
rc return Ti tJln to tlJr native country
Iho jib n ° Ilttl4Jde t ide of their compatriot to tho thoconcert thoconcert theconcert
concert tffen p en fOr tho singers benoflt was washn wasnot wasnot
not hn a if 81Aprlse C 80 to others ° tl > cr who have witnessed witnessedjatio
the Ir
Iferenoo at the French citizens cltl1ensdf
df f th city to all attempts to IntclOllt them In Inrvy510
rl rvy510 jatio performances given In their own ownnallo ovnI
1 hAguage I the thoInnllcat thenalost
uage They have novel lIupplll
Innllcat nallo nalost t degree of patronage to the French Frenchperformers frenchpcrformers Frenchperformers
performers either dramatic operatic O mtlo or orTho orlike orlike
like Yvctte Guilbert from the CtJ I chanlanl chanlanlTho cuzntantThe
Tho Oerraana support supportwhich ono t theatre lea Ire for torwhich forwhich
which there is II little other patronage But Buttho Buttho Butho
tho ho French have never taken enough Interest InterestIn
In French performances even to fill the tholittlo 1110IIttlo thelittle
little Vaudeville Theatre In Fortyfourth Fortyfourthstroet Fortyfourthstroot Fortyfourthstruet
stroet for a single night while performances performancesin
in their own tongue were given there thereFriends thereFrlend thereFnietids
Friends > 1 of the lady known to the stage stagoM
09 Annie Russell and since Sunday In pri private private pnivats ¬
vate life as Mrs Oswald Yorke received receivedfrom rooehcdtrom receivedfrom
from her horabout about ton days ago letters in her herown belOWI1 lienown
own handwriting iuformhrg thorn of tho thodate thodale thedate
date of her marriage They were Invited Invitedto
to attend but were besought not under any anycircuinitancei anyclrcun1itnnoe anycircum3tanoei
circuinitancei to mention the day or the theplace thepineo theplace
place oven to tothelr their most Intimate friends friendsEvery trlendsEery friendsEvery
Every guest was thus put on his honor not notto 1I0tto riotto
to mention a word about the affair r lair Mrs MrsYorke MrsYorke MrsYorko
Yorke was wa anxious am ouR to avoid any mention mentionof
of it if possible arid in any IUI case wanted the theafter thefllctcof thefactofher
fllctcof factofher her wedd g gnottobecomoknown not to becomo known till tillafter tillafter
after ohio had got safely IIlfel out of ofNew New Ne York YorkSo YorkSo lorkSo
So well did her friends keep her secret that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were surprised on arriving at the house houseto
to see other friends who they did not know knowhod knowhad knowhad
had been invited Invit < < t to tho same quiet cere ceremony ceremonv coremonv ¬
monv Mrs Yorkes only explanation of ofall ofall ofall
all this secrecy wai wa her desire de lrQ to have the theceremony theceremon theCeremony
ceremon ceremony attract attr ct no attention attentionIn
In these chilling days of spring sp ring the tri triumphant triumphant tnumphant ¬
umphant progress of the open work stock stockings stockIngs stocklogs ¬
ings up Broadway eeems premature to an anunusual anunuaual anunusual
unusual degree When the open stockings stockingsaro
aro protected protect by nothing bettor than low lowslippers lowslippers lowslippers
slippers tho question of feminlno hygiene hyglenogrows h hygienegrows gleno glenogrowlI
grows moro complicated than ever The Theaverage Thea Theaverage
average a man oven among those hardy hardysouls hardysouls hardysouls
souls who glory In low cut shoes all 11 winter winterwould winterwould vntcrwould
would shudder IIhud er to wear in these days slip slippers slippers slippore ¬
pers with more heels than anything else elseand elFeand elseand
and thin silk blockings HO o much open that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they are no moro rrotection protection than a spider ppiderweb Fplderweb spiderweb
web That sort of a dress d 8 would not do for forstrong fortrong forstrong
strong men But it teems to agree with withfragile withfragile withfragile
fragile girlhood Irlhood of the kind that takes its itsafternoon Itsafternoon Itsafternoon
afternoon promenade on Broadway where wherethat wherethnt wherethat
that thoroughfare is most of all Tenderloin TenderloinXo
Xo all star IItarCl18t cost ever contained as many manyfamous manyramous manyfamous
famous theatrical names as are to be seen seennow soonnow seennow
now every day In Thirtyeighth street just justwest j justwest t twest
west of Broadway The most noted in inthtf InthG inthern
thtf profession are exhibited there on the thopldewalk theldewa1k thesidewalk
sidewalk and every day brings a shift In Inthe Intho inthe
the celebrities All these famous people peoplestand pt peopleare > ople
are sug suggested ted by the plies of trunk that Ihatstand thatstand
stand ha on the sidewalk In front of a theatrical theatricaltrunk theatricaltrunk theatricaltrunk
trunk hospital in the street Now the actors actorsare actorsare actorsare
are beginning to return rot urn to town and the theravages theravagtt theravages
ravages of winter travel must be repaired repairedSo
So the trunks go to the hospital Scarcely Scarcelya
a name well known In the profession is not notto notto notto
to be found there during the next month monthOne monthOne monthOne
One of the New Yorkers who have seen seenthojcity fleenthocity seenthoeity
thojcity grow Into a metropolis from a town townthat townthat townthat
that retained some of the characteristics of ofa ofa ofa
a very small place believes that at at least leastone leostone leastone
one trait of village life is still to be ob observed observro observed ¬
served hero heroWhenever hereWhenever heroWhenever
Whenever two young people of sufficient sufficientImportance sufficlontImportnnce sufficientimportance
Importance to the public to make the matter matterinteresting matlerIntfIItin matterinterestin
interesting become engaged to be married marriedsaid marriedsaid marriedsaid
said ho Hho the first thing that Is i done i Is to todeny todny todeny
deny as emphatically as possible the fact factthat factthat
that any engagement exists exl ts That is kept keptup kEptup keptup
up until It is no longer possible to deny the thoengagement theengr theengtgemeflt
engagement engr cment Then both b th families admit admitwhat admitwhat admitwhat
what has been known for months toevery to every ¬
body bod That reluctance to admit that an anengagement anengagement anengagement
engagement exists c 18 when it does dOClIs is a II survival survivalof
of New Yorks village vIlLlftllda8 days In small com communities communltlrs cornmubitles ¬
munities there ther is always this th8 shyness hye about aboutadmitting aboutadmiting aboutadmitting
admitting admiting an engagement It exists hero herotoday her heretoday
today todI as I the one reminder rmlndor of New Yorks Yorkssocial Yorkssocial Yorkssocialhifo
social socialhifo life more morethanhaifa than half a century ago
There is a well wel welldefined defined detlcd impression Imprion in intheatrical Intheatrica intheatrical
theatrical theatrica circles crles that the revival of The TheTwo TheTwo TheTwo
Two Orphans Orhs is intended as a II species IpelG of ofbenefit ofbeft ofbenefit
benefit beft for A M Palmer Paor who had charge of ofIho oflho ofthe
the rehearsals rhCrsa Last Lt spring sfJrg the colleagues colleaguesof coleagues coleaguesat
of the veteran votorn manager lager decided deide to give a abenefit abett abenefit
benefit bett performance for him but It was waslate waslate
perorance
late in the te season se on and benefits beelUi nowadays nowadaysmust nowadas nowadasmust nowadaysmust
must have every circumstance crcumstance in their theirfavor theirfavor theirfavor
favor or they are a not no likely llly to be successful successfulFor sUCful sUCfulFor successfulFor
For one reason or another the te benefit beneft was wasabandoned WMabandon wasabandoned
abandoned and nothing more heard he of it ituntil Ituti Ituntil
until uti the rumor began last lt night that a Mr MrPalmer MrPalmer MrPalmer
Palmer is to share in tho profits proft of this thisproduction thl8producton thisproduction
production productionIf producton
If the cordiality cordilty of the te greeting grting he had hadon hadon hadon
on tho opeping night is an a evidence eldenc of the thepublic thepubllo tirepublic
public interest InlerCt In him the thl benefit bneft struck strucka
a very sympathetic sympathelo chord in I the te hearts heart of ofthe otthe ofthe
the public publc He was wa greeted grtld with an Im Immcno Immon6 Immorse
morse amount aount of enthusiasm ethuelm and if I his hispercentage hlApercenlago hispercentage
percentage mon6 is as large lage as a the thopU1lo puljllo interest interestin IntrRt IntrRtIn
in him ho will wi como very well wel out of the thoenterprise theen theenterprise
enterprise en enterpriseTho trrise
Tho actors ators In this play have had some sometrials sme smetrial sometrials
trials to which they ore not accustomed austme in inUBual I Inusual
usual performances At a dress rehearsal rehearsalit rherl rherlIt
peroranc
it Is difficult enough to play before ono onomanager onomanager onemanager
manager sitting sitinp as the lonely critic critc in a atheatre IItheatr atheatre
theatre theatr For ihat rehearsal rehrar of this pro production production production ¬
duction there were eight managers mnnRqer and andactors andactors andactors
actors who look tok part in it say 6 that It was wasthe wusthe wasthe
the worst ordeal they ever went through throughThe throughThe throughThe
The experiences of a 0 young woman of ofsocial oflal ofsocial
social lal importance Imporl1ce who went on the stage stajjohist sIn stagelast
last autumn increased Icre In plctureequenefs plctureequenefsand plctureuenefs plctureuenefsand
and variety as a she travelled traoled West In Inthat 11 Iiithat
that region there befell bfelher befelilier her on u uncommonly unonnly i
disturbing daturblng Incident Inddet She had h to rise very veryearly veryearly erv I Ierly
early erly to catch cakb thetrains tletrins that took lok the com company eoniany ¬
pany to 1 the small smll towns twn8 In which whoh it played playedand playe playedand con
and py often oCen it was necessary neE for the actors actorsto ators atorsto
to be rudely awakened awakee by the servants servantswho enants enantswho servantswho
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demand John Joh Graham Brookas Droks The TheSocial TheSocial TheSocial
Social Unrest Is to be brought out in I a a25cent a25cent a25cent
25cent edition editionSince etlon editionSince
Since Sinc Lucas Malct published plbUsh Sir Richard Rchard RichardCalmady i iCalmady
Calmady sho has loomed large upon tpon the theliterary tholerary theliterary
literary lerary horizon horizn although alhough only a few Ameri American Aeri Aerican American ¬
can readers had known kown her earlier carler work workA
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fall fal and will wi have for title ttle The Paradise Paradiseof Podl8 Podl8of
of Dominic DominicMrs DominicMrs DominicMrs
Mrs E L Voynltch oytch like lke Lucas LuCns Malet Malethas MalothM Malethas
has not been In afraid arnld of shocking her publio publioThe publo publofhe publioThe
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many renders raders will wi be interested in I know knowing kow kowing knowlag ¬
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publication publcation It I is to be b called caled Olive OliveLatham Olve OlveLlham OUveLatham
Latham Llham and has to do with nihilism nihilismLittlo nihism nihilismLittlo
Littlo 11111 has h been bn written writtln about Mrs M Voy Voynltchs Vornltchs Voynltchs
nltchs lifebut lrl but herown I r on story is Interesting InterestingSho Intprretng IntprretngSho
Sho was a secretary Icretar for Stepnlak Sttpull In Russia Kufwlaand HUAla HUAlaand Russiaand
and It was a then that she Ihe met Mr Voynltch Voynltchono
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Certain moves on tho part par of the police policemade plo polleemade
made it necessary n o8ry for Voynltch Yoynlth to escape escapefrom escp escapefrom
from the Ih country cunt and in doing doin so 8 he was wasseriously WM6lrlously wasseriously
seriously wounded The young secretary secretarywent bcrotry bcrotrywlmt secretarywent
went to his aid and nursed nud him back to tohealth tohoalth tohealth
health When hen he had recovered sufficiently sufficientlythey 8ufcently 8ufcentlythe sufficientlythey
they the were married marriedA mle
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Latham Lth together with much else e that thatseems tbt tbtsm thatseems
seems sm to have been bn Inspired Inpid by bypelDl bypelDlexperienc personal personalexperience personalexperience
experience experienceMr experienc
Mr Voynltch Yoynth is now living lvin in London Londonwhere Lonon Lononwher Londonwhere
where wher he is known as Mono ono of the th best bst author authorities authorItes authorlties ¬
ities Ites upon old and rare books bk8 and particu particularly paicu paiculry particularly ¬
larly lry upon everything connected with early earlyItalian earlyItalll earlyItalian
Italian Italll manuscripts mnuscipts It was wa while whlo he was wastravelling WI wastravelling
travelling trnyelng and living in Italy Ialy in pursuit pursui of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this hobby that tha his wife wie accumulated acmulatd the thomaterial themtc thematerial
material mtc 1 for The Gadfly GadflyMrs Oadfr OadfrMr GadflyMrs
Mrs Mr H A Mitchell Michell Kenya Kn ays s who has 1 written writtenthe writn writnthe writtenthe
the most notable problem prob hem novel of the season seasonin Iln IlnIn seasonin
in her divorce divorc story He That Tht Eateth Eatth Bread Breadwith Drad Dradwih Breadwith
with wih Me is the wife wie of a Western minister ministerbut mlnstr mlnstrbut ministerbut
but was a Canadian Cnin before bforo her marriage marriageDiscussing mige migeDI81ng marriageDiscussing
Discussing DI81ng the theory thery advanced adanr by b some someof 610 610o seineof
of o her critics critic concerning the Improbability Improbabilityof iprobabity iprobabityof
of such a mental attitude atiude as that of her herheroine bel herheroine
heroine Mrs Keays Kays says 8S that real life Uo fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished her with Ih tho central cntral idea of her herstory hr hrltory herstory
story storyAmong ltory ltoryAmong storyAmong
Among her acquaintances acquntnces in a Western Westerntown Westerntwn Westerntown
town twn was S a charming charmng woman who married marrieda mared mareda
a worthless worthl man mn When 11en he tired tre of her hershe herahe hershe
she allowed alowe him to divorce dore her but she went wentevery wentevery wentevery
every night for three years re8 in fact until untilher untl untlher untilher
her death deth to tho corner of the street stoot In Inwliich I Enwhich
which ho lived led in order orde that tht she might mght mghthm see seehim seehim
him hm come home from business buslne and Id enter enterthe eter eterthe enterthe
the house
Poultney Poulney Blgelow Bigelowthe the author autor of Chil Children Ci ChIldren ¬
dren of the Nations Is about abut to start strt on ona ona ona
a long cruise cnl e oa a the guest gest of Admiral Admral Chad Chadwick Chadick Chadwick
wick ick They will wll visit Islt the east coast of ofSouth ofSouth ofSouth
South America Amorca and the east et and west coasts coastsof coats coatsof coastsof
of Africa AriCa and an Mr Bigelow Dgelowlntonds intends to t gather gathermaterial gathermateral gathermaterial
material materal for additional additonal chapters in his hisbook Ils Ilsbok hisbook
book bok on o the colonies coloniesGarden colonie colonieGarden coloniesGarden
Garden books hols galore are ae appearing apprng this thisspring thl8spring tidespring
spring to bear bar witness wtnes to the enthusiastic enthusiasticinterest enthu enthusiasticinterest asto astoInterest
interest in I gardening gaonlng One Oe of the most mostattractive mostattratve meetattractive
attractive attratve Is a collection coleton of articles atclts by ex experts exprts experta ¬
perts prts published publsl0 upder head hed of How to toMake toMae toMake
Make Mae a Flower Garden and ad one of Its Itsmost Is Ismst itsmost
most mst Interesting Intretlnp chapters is A Japanese JapaneseGarden Japnese JapneseGaen JapaneseGarden
Garden Gaen In I an a American Amercn Yard by William WilliamVerbeck Wiiam WiiamVerbek WilliamVerbeck
Verbeck VerbeckMr Verbek VerbekMr VerbeckMr
Mr Verbeck Verbek was wa born and brought up In InJapan InJap InJapan
Japan Jap and the story stor of lila Ils garden parden making makingis maing maingIs
is calculated caculate to start a new fad fadMadamo fadMaamo fadMadame
Madame Maamo Nora Albancsl Albnesl whose whos name is issigned 18slgld issigned
signed slgld to Susannah SuBnna and One Other Otherwhich Othlr Othlrwl Otherwhich
which wl ch has had ha marked mlrked success SUC In London Londonis
is a I well wel known Inom figure fgure In I London society societySho societyShe lety letyShe
She Is an In English Eglsh woman and married mare to toSigner toSigor toSignor
Signer Sigor Carlo Cllo AlbanesI Albne81 a concert pianist pianistwho pianistwho pianistwho
who is teacher ther to the younger members membersof
of the royal family familyMadame faly falyMadae familyMadame
Madame Madae AlbanesI Albael has ha a jeputation repulaton as asjudge asjudge k kjudge
judge of old loco le china chna and jewels as 1 one oneof oneat oneof
of the best dressed dre8 women wome In London Lndon as asthe asthe asthe
the author of several sernl successful SUCCful books bk and andas andt18
as mistress mstrC of a salon where one always alwaysmeets alwMSmoot alwaysmeets
meets moot Interesting interestng literary Ilora and musical mulCal folk folkEmll to toEmU folkEmil
EmU Reichs Foundations Foundton8 of Modern ModernEurope ModemEure Mod ModEurope
Europe Eure Is a notable example of that emi eminently eminenty emlnently ¬
nently nenty modem moem development history histor In a anutshell anutshell anutshell
nutshell but but while he has accomplished aomplslc a aremarkable nremakable aremarkable
remarkable remakable piece pie of condensation tondensatlon he has hasnot hasnot
not like lie so many of his hi fellows telows sacrificed sacrificedstylo sacrificedstylo sacrificedstyle
stylo and ad vigor vigorto to t matter matterDr mattr mattrDr matterDr
Dr Reich Rich wno who is now lecturer for the thoUniversity theUniverity theUniversIty
University Univerity of London is a Hungarian but buthas buthM buthas
has lived lve and ad studied In I many lands and andspent ad adstnt andspent
spent stnt five fve years In I America Amerl8 studying our ourhistory ourhistory ourhistory
history politics politc and institutions institutionsMrs isttutons
Mrs 11 Theodore Thomas wife of the thoimpresario theImpr8ro theImpresario
impresario Impr8ro has ha written writ a book bok which Is II to tobe tob tobe
be b called caled Our Mountain Mountn and ad which tolls tollstho tll tellsthe
tho story al7 of several svernl seasons 8MnS spent at the theThomas theTom theThomas
Tom Thomas summer smer home Feleengarten FelseJrn near nearBethlehem nearBethlehem
Bethlehem N H HTe The publishers publsers describe describethe dtcrbb dtcrbbthe descnibbthe
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Elizabeth Elizbth and Ind her German Garden GardenEarly GardEnEly GardenEarly
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