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U THE SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1907 7 7L
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TOM CANT LIVES AGAIN AGAINIV AGAINT
IV THE CHILUREXS CI LURENS THEATUE THEATUEAXO TIIEATnBJID TIIEITIWdlXfl
AXO OIK TWAIN WAS IV AS THERE THEREVJ THEBErrat THEREGrezt
Grezt < < < rrat Folks elkIiFrom From All Around the Town See SeeTftc SeeTbe SeeThe
The Prince and the Pauper UPf Played Playedby flyedEast ed edhy
T by East t Mite Md KidsSpeech by the theAuthor theutbor theutbur
Author Without thout a Slnrjlo Joke In It ItMark Itrark ItJrk
Mark Twain baA now adopted tho Eaat EaatSide EaatSide EaetI
I Side haying previously added all the rest restof reatf reetor
of f humankind to his imraediato family familySteps familyttpIJ famUytepe
Steps ttpIJ tending to this end have been under underway underWilY underVI3
way for some time but the papers were werepanned werepllfltled werepiused
panned last night nightTho nlahtrblt
1 I The ceremony Wu performed in the thet thetheatreof
t theatreof heatre of the Educational EducationalAWanoe AUlanoo building buildingat
at the oorneriof oomer of East Broadway and Jeffer Jefferson ¬
son ftrootlwherefalsuro enough brilliant brilliantaudience brillianta
audience a from way the other aldo of Third Thirdaveniiolgathered ThlnlIavtm1JoIpthered Thirdvcniiogathered
J
aveniiolgathered to see a play made from fromMr fromfr
1 Mr fr Clemens The Prince and the Pauper Pauperperformed Pauperperformed Pauperperformed
performed by the players of the Childrens ChildrensTheatre ChildrensTheatre ChlldmneTheatre
Theatre TheatreAround TheatreAround TheatreAround
Around the entrance of f the building buildingit
4 it t certainly looked a good deal dcalllkfl like a Caruso Carusonight Caro80nlRht Carueonight
night at t t the Metropolitan Opera Eouso EousoA OU86 OU86big
A big squad of pollco was wa early on hand handto
to 0 look after the crowd and hansoms hansomsclosed hansomc1osedrab haneomclosed
closed c1osedrab cab broughams and automobiloa automobiloarolled automoblJoorolled automobileeroiled
rolled up to tho doorway from 8 oclock oclockuntil oclookj oclockuntil
until half pant nine for it being a fashion fashionable lashlonable faihionable
j able audience many of its h component parts partsfollowed plutarollnwfld partatollnwed
followed their custom of arriving late lateMr lateMr lateMr
Mr Clemens wan the host of the evening eveningand
and tho hotMB watt wa largely filled with thorn thornwho thoMWho thoeewho
who had received hia personal Invitation Invitationto
to bo present and nd aee what tho Childrens ChildrensTheatre ChildrensIheatre ChlldreneTheatre
Theatre wall doing for tho larger life of the theEast theEaa theEat
East Side A good many persona per on well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known in that part of society entitled to be becalled becnlled
called helpful wero thorn and in addition additionto
to U them ther wan we tho Governor of f the theSt thetat thetate
St tat tate t of Now York tho President Pre ldent of Ear Hurvurd HitIflrci Earvrd
vurd University and the District Attorney Attorneyor
or the County of New York YorkGov YorkGov YorkGov
Gov Hughes dropped in for a brief stay stayinly staynnl etayrnb
nnl inly accompanied by Col Treadwoll his hismilitary hilindlltary hlamilitary
military iweretary tary but ho wan there long longenough longnou longnoiigli
enough nou h to bo surprised lIurprl etl by what he Haw HawPresident IlaWprfIident aawPreident
President Eliot 1Iot and Mr Ir Jerome spent the theentire thetire theentire
entire tire evening in the theatre theatreTh thlatreTh thtatreThe
Th The others present included John JohnHigelow JohnlIiltlle9 JohnItigriow
Higelow David Munro Evert Jensen JensenWendell JenllenndlI Jerienq
Wendell efli ndlI il Itichurd Wat Watlm mm Clutter Minn Minntilder IiKIICillder liK3ilder
q tilder the th Rev I v Percy Per y Stickney Itlcktlt > y Grant GrantMr GrantIr
1 l Mr Ir und Mrs lr8 Ernesto Kabbri Mr rr and Mm MmTunis frd frdTunis lrarints
Tunis Bergen Mr tr ant Mrs John Martin MartinF Iartlnr
II F P Collier Dr anti Mrs frA II D Chapin ChapinIr
Mr Ir and Mr Harry Content George G GHaven UUavpn fiT
T Haven Mr arid Mrx lrs Robert J Collier CollierWalter CollierWattfr CollierF
F Walter Pitmroscti Klhert t lMrt 11 Gary Gar St flair flairMcKelwMv ClairfcKelwHY CIavMcKelwHy
McKelwMv Mr lrl1l1tl and Mrs IrK Thomas M 1 Italliot ItalliotJosopli HalliotJo ibtlliotioaepl
Josopli Jo p1c H Hunt It W V Dearborn and Will Wallaon WillI WilllaM Walace
laM Irwin the jinglemnith jinglemnithMr jln laIrnlth laIrnlthJr
I Mr Jr Clemens himself occupied a Heat away awaydown aVayclown awaydown
down front and between nets bobbed nimbly nimblyabout nlmhlyabout nimblyabout
about among his guest After thu first flrstact firstact firstSot
act he made u L littln Ii II I speech 1I1 h that hadnt hadnta
a joke in it He lI wild 1111111110 ho WUH wuprot1tl proud to know knowthe kllowJ knowthe
the children of the Children H Theatre and andto andto andto
J to rail them his friends Ho wait proud proudof prolldof
of their work ami hn h looked forward to tho thotimo thotimo thetime
timo when n Children Theatre should be begenerally bejtenerally begenerally
generally recognUed recoltn ltd It na s one of o the Ih most mostImportant IJIOIitt4i flIstI
I Important features of f oery cnr public 1I111 nchoolHe IChpulHe nchool iclioolHe
t4i He Introduced < 1 Mis 1I11 A Minnie Herl tho thomanager thomanaglr hoS
S manager of tho CTuHrens Theatre fhtllI rt who whotold whotold whotold
told what I he institution hnddonnand hmloono IUld mu mutrying wan wantrying walltrvlng
trying to do to Rive Ith it members a real reallive el elIlvt
1 live llv tonight in ltht into Int the th literature antI limtitu limtitutionn iristttjtiOnp4 Itll Itlltionfl
tionn of F Amerifii Amerifiihveryliody AnincEverybody mlrlllItverylHJIly
Everybody wnlls 111 Hi tI tory of the th pritleo pritleoand prlnlAnd prirteand
and the Ih 1I111ll4r > aii > er who wh change plaos and andhow Itnelhow andhow
how neither of them liked th ti change chulI atul atulho alldhO1 aIIhow
ho how hard hnrrllt it watt to t nersuadn anybody once oncethe omoth oneethe
the th rlmngrt hunlC wee WIl made ii11tLl that the prince wan wannot wallIot wacnot
not really the ih pauper and ntl this pauper not notreally notroolly notreally
really tho prince Thin therefore really reallyisnt reallyienL Cullyint
isnt the time to tll t 1I of the plot Nor per perhiprj l twrhsp > fIr fIrhlpt
hiprj in I it the th limn to my ty that little Miss MissFrances ISFran 1issFraneca
Frances Fran < fs lto Jtolllntlull nltu > made u 1 right ri ht smart smartprince amartnrincw munrinre
prince or that little Minn 11 Flora Ioru Schwurtr Schwurtrl Schwurtsberg
l berg > erg rg was an authentic young pauper pauperthough pauperI pauperthough
though I both statements would be quite quitecorrect quitoorrtct quiteOorrect
correct if made madeIt madIt
It Is I rxvhapn f > enough to o say y that their theirperformances thtlrptrformanCtfl theirperforutarcea
performances and In fact the th entire pres presentation prtfIIntaUon preentatLon ¬
entation which demanded the services of a acast aCRet acane
cast of about fifty young persons pe lm Im Immensely Immlnsely Immensely ¬
mensely pleased plfa eI the audience from the tl oth other othprIde otherside r rwide
wide Ide of the city < ity and that curtain en CllII lit WffP WffPmany wriemany re remany
many and very hearty heart heartyPretty y yPretly
Pretty nearly nil hands at the Kduca Kducational Edulatlonal Educab
b tional Alliance are actorn Acting indeed indeedAppean Indlldapplt04 inuredeippears
Appean to be the th universal f > port Lass Kniflvening 101venin Lassevening
evening venin for example in addition to tIm thoo t tcut tImcast
cut o t that presented the Ih play there tht weNt vcrotwo weNttWB weretwa
two more complete catttw in perfect crfe reavli reavliTiesa nIin realinasa
nasa n to jump in and art the whole n rrt rrtfrem icuo icuofrom < o ofrom
from curtain to curtain Th The tecond cast caiwas eMtWM castwa
was the th understudy contingent cont inguit whilo whilotho whlnr whUnthe
r > the third was M known ox the eireigency eireigencyAnd f eirergencybody etelllYbody
body
And an for the th prince and the yallllr yallllrI lumper lumperif
if I anything had happened hnpl > end to Miws Mi II Stlitfnr Stlitfnrberg Sch ScIssarberg nr nrherg
Mi Mie4 Eta EtaSchwartz Eui EvaSchwartz
berg or Mix < 8 Roenthal why
Schwartz i Minn MIIIIt LmhHcliwartzMliw L4III Hdiwartz Mbs Hannah HannahLevine lIallfllhIevlne IlanrahLevine
Levine Miss MI Helen Iell Schwartz schwartzi Min UM Helm HelmUosenbloom 1IlenROlenhloom helmRoeenhiootn
Uosenbloom or MiM 1Ii I JIII ena DrinRer > rlnprany rlnpranyne any anyone flfltefld
one ne of them tltf > m could have leaped before fr the thnfootlights HI HIfooUhtht thefootlight
footlights in a 1 jiffy prepared pp red to w t < e < that thatthe thltthe thatthe
the play did not suffer ulr in the uliehtewt uliehtewtThere lighte IIghtetThere t tThtre
There were Orlandos and RowillnilK RowillnilKand tesalirntiand
and Mirandas 8 all over the hop too while wtnlthe whllj whileIf
j the fh If property nnsistanU IJIO > go cnrpenterw cnrpenterwelectricians enrpeiiterMeletddnrui r rpl
electricians pl ctriclan uiwixtant > tallt electrician pro proirramme proIttRmm prograninie
irramme distributow and rnlll cllllhy > y of oflt IIfhilt ofhiNt
lt hilt t evening pVf > nlnlt have at previous perform performrne
Theatre acted well welltheir wtlllIhir wellI
rne > n of the Childrens < hllolrn
I their part llIrl und nd will do so I again ngiinTliew nitalnTIIPM againrb
Tliew rb are not picked players said saidMIHS Rolillf eatriIiwq
MIHS f Iiwq Hrtw lI Tt 9t H just happens now to bo both htthlr hoI
I th thlr ir turn turnTh tumTho turnThu
Th Tho Childrens Theatre gives a mutinf3 mutinf3every matlnlpverY matin1every
every Sunday Sundaythe the only afternoon that the thehall thehaU theI
hall is not lined for other pur pllrllOllelllIml pllrllOllelllImlRdrnlNllion pIIro8eaaniaitlmiaiion > oses und undHilinlwiion
I Hilinlwiion coats Id cents The Sunday Sundayniatlrico Sundaymalln Sundaymatinee
matinee e Is I probably the inont popular in inxtltition InJ
xtltition t on thu EiiHt IIKt Side and hundreds hundredsof
J J of thlldren ar are turned aw away y every Sunday Sundaybecause SundayheauN Sundaytecauee
because the Childrens Theatre In feet fnctha fllcthal
4 ha < just about outgrown its present clothes clutheHA
J f A new ne nuit Is badly needed neededNot me medeclNot < IttJ
1 Not the least 1t > 1J t creditable feature of the thnevening thovenlng thet
t evening was all the muriio played by tho Chil ChildrenH Chllclron Cliiiiireii ¬
drenH clron Theatre orcheHtru whom Instructor Instructoris
VJ is I Sam Frank o William Hirxch had th thbaton thhaton the thehatoti
baton last evening 9t it being hi turn and andif
if Edward German had ad been there ho would wouldhivn wouldtlilVO wouldhivi
1 hivn heard a L rendition of hw Henri VIII VIIIdnnoe VIIIclIll101
4 dance suite iilti that WIll very well worth listen listening lilltenIn listenlnto ¬
ing In lnto to toAfter tofler
After fler the performance Mr fr Clemens and andthe andthl
14 the cast of the play pll y held a reception on the theHtnge tilttRite thea >
tRite and thorn was much handshaking handshakingand
lrq a and n 1 gracious gracnu heartwarming time in the thocourse tlloOUrtl9 thecourse
course of which many of the children told toldhow toldhow
1 how Mr fr Clemttas Clem n had attended one of the thorehearsals tborohMI1Il111 the4r
4r rehearsals and showexl all the Miles lile lien Hendons lienlion liendone
dons In the company compllllygoodnltU goodness knows knowshow knowlIhow knowshow
how many of them thtmjut just how he would go eoto goto go4t
4t to work to thread that troublmomn needln needlnin noodlllIn
r in the second eoruL act If l he > e were n really truly trulyactor tnalyactor trulyactor
actor instead of just mi author authorNext AuthorNext authorNext
Next Week efk at the UI Metropolitan MetropolitanMr
Mr Conned yesterday announced tho thorepertoire thor
d repertoire r for the second week of the th sea senon 110Oi1 seaiI
i1 iI on of the Metropolitan Opera house HounoA
141 A Boheme Dob me will be no sung on Wednesday WednesdayThis
This performance will introduce Bond to toMetropolitan toletropoJl toMetropolitan
Metropolitan letropoJl tan audiences a Aida will be berepeated berepNlted berepeated
repeated on Monday Meflstofnle fp torol on onThursday onI onAc
Ac Thursday and Dio MoiBtereingor at the theSaturday theHaturday
Saturday mating Rigoletto will be begirtm beJt begiven
given Jt ftD at the Saturday popular performance performanceKLECTIOX performanceCTION performanceI1l1CTION
I KLECTIOX CTION STATKMEXtS ST ETS STAMlt STAMltXttornejOenrrsl ST4NDutorae4eiieral TtNlltOrDfoi
XttornejOenrrsl ltOrDfoi > nlnl AdYI Advises A ivl r Acceptance 01 f fAll fw
w All 11 In View of Conflicting Law LawAliBiJ La LawsALeAlT WI WIAL
AliBiJ AL I Nov 10 10fM The Association Auoc tlon to toPrevent toJ
J Prevent Corrupt Practices at Elections Electionsthrough Elootlonathrougb Electionsk
4 through its It secretary eecreta Allan Robinson Robinsonrequested Itobin RobinsonIeIIee on onreque
requested reque ted AttorneyGeneral Jackson to toHay tody to today
Hay to give e further opinion on the section sectionof ootIonnf
of the election law amended by the last lastLegislature laatTII lastLegislature
k Legislature TII ature regarding the filing by can candidates canI candidatee ¬
I f didates dl teft of statements of election expense expenseThe espenBtlllTbe expensesThe
The AttorneyGeneral gave recently an onopinion anopinion anopinion
opinion to which the a sociation took ez ezipdon axC
9 IKIon ipdon holding that candidate were wereqrilred n nqulr reqilred
C qulr qrilred d to file statements as provided by bytke bytIie byI
I tko tIie Penal Code The association believed believeduch believeIlUch behieveainch
inch statements should bn made as required required re required ¬
quired by the amended d election law lawOil lawD lawOzi
Oil D receipt of the letter from Secretary SecretaryRobinson SecretaryRobln80n 8ecretaryRobinson
Robinson AttorneyGeneral Jackson wrote wroteth wro wrothe wrotethe
th the Secretary of State advising him to torscorre toncetTe toreceive
receive all statement nate le w ef f election eloctJoaIa ejpenses ejpensesdied axpeeseeglad
died Ia view q of DM Jaede8bt deabt about t th the the4d3 coa coaIU ce celIHWI
IU lIHWI UBf prorWoM of the law t toUIi
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BOOKS noo AND AUTHORS AUTHORSSeveral AUTHOBSeveral WTHORSSeveral
Several of the popular popularhlving living writers of ofhunting ofhunting ofbunting
hunting fiction In England are women womenAmong womenAmong womenAmong
Among them are Miss lUiMSomcrvlIe Somcfville whose whoseIrish wholleIrlah whoseirfsh
Irish It M is known to every lover of ofport ofsport ofsport
sport and Mrs Conyers whose Wh Tho Stray StrayIngs BtrAYIngll Straylags
lags of Sandy Is making Its It II way steadily steadilythrough atMtlUythrough steadilythrough
through edition after edition Mrs Con Conyers Conyen Conyore
yen wrote her first novel The Thorn Bit Bitsome flitsome lt ltROmO
some time ago This Tl a was wBllfoUowed followed by Tho ThoBoy TheDoy ThoBoy
Boy Some Horses and a Girl a series of ofporting 01ponlnc ofsporting
porting sketches now in its it eleventh edi edition edltlon cdition ¬
tion Mrs In Conyers is herself an ardent ardentsporUwoman ardentaportlwoman ardentsportswoman
sportswoman und In the season hunts huntsthrea huntllthree huntsthree
three or four days a week In the county countyahe countyshe countyshe
she describes in her sketches skotcheoHerbert sketchesherbert etchealIerbert
Herbert Spencer left by will materials m terlala for forthe forthe forthe
the compilation In ono volume of mod moderate moderato modcrate ¬
crate size by his friend Dr Duncan of his hisLife billLife hisLIto
Life and Letters The work which Is Isbeing Isbeing isbeing
being published with the authority of the theSpencer theSpencer theSpencer
Spencer trustees will give a plain narrative narrativeof
of Spencers life based largely on corre correspondence correIIponelence correspOfllOflCO ¬
spondence and will reveal the selfdenial selfdenialand
and diligence of his early years The Thevolume Thevolume Thevolume
volume will not repeat the incidents de described dtocrlbed desc ¬
scribed sc bed in the Autobiography but will willinclude wl1lIncJudo willinclude
include reminiscences remlni oen of semi of Spencers Spencersintimate BponCtraIntimate Spencersintimate
intimate friends which reveal the emotional emotionaland
and sympathetic traits of his hi character characterAmong characterAmong chariwterAmong
Among his correspondents will be included includedthe
the Duke of Argyll John Bright Darwin DarwinGeorge DRrwlnGeorge DarwinGeorge
George Eliot Gladstone I eslte < Stephen StephenTennyson SlephenTennyson StephenTennyson
Tennyson and Tndall TndallLady T8nrla1lLady TjrndahlLady
Lady Lindsay the author of Poems of ofLife ofLife ofLife
Life and Death is a descendant of the thtloriginal theoriginal thnoriginal
original Rothschild who made the famous famouscoup ramOUAcoup famouscoup
coup over the battlo of Waterloo which whichfounded whllhrounded whichfounded
founded the fortune of the great tank tanking hankIng banklag ¬
ing family In her little volume of essays essaysentitled essaysentitled Y Yentltled
entitled Green Leaven ahe quotes Hani HaniAndersens JlaqllAnderKen hIaieAndersens
Andersens story of the mother of the thoRothschlldH theRoth theRothschild
RothschlldH Roth chlldH The prose poet Hans Chris Christian ChrisHun Christhin ¬
Hun Andersen she nays has given in inWhat InWhut inWhat
What the Moon Saw uw an interesting ac account aucount nocount ¬
count of the mother of five sons who were wererespectively wertIIIIpect wererespectLvely
respectively IIIIpect vely the founders of tho house of ofHothschild ofRothschild ofEothschild
Hothschild in different cities of Europe EuropeHia
his account shows tho respect in which whicht wblchRhe whichshe
t he was held by them She lived to be
09 9 She was my greatgrandmother my mymothers Inymother mymothers
mothers grandmother grandmotherThe
The > final burial place of the body of ofViltoria ofVII ofVittorin
Viltoria VII llrilL Colonna haw been bt > en a matter of ofHome ofomf ofsome
Home omf doubt and much discussion disculII < ion From Fromuoroe FromHOme Fromsome
HOme new data it seems evident that nhn nhnrests Kh Khrelill he here3tn
rests in the sacristy of Banta mta Maria Meg Magglore MllpItlort Meggiore
glore in Naples Snpl Lilliun Whiting in her hernow hernow hernow
now hook Italy tho Magiu Land de deHcrilie deIICril describes
scribes this bilrinl place of the nobles of ofthe ofthflfoul cithe
the thflfoul House < O of Aragon into which the woman womanpoet womanPoet fImanI
poet I oct married and among whose sarcoph sarcophagi ¬
agi her own is placed placedThe placed1he placedThe
The romance of a great Itrea t and II ntl good Queen Queenis
is A told in tho two following extracts taken takenfrom taitenfrom takenfrom
from the letters of Queen Victoria Vlctoriaollo Vlctoriaollowritten Victoriaonewritten ono onowritten
written soon after her marriage and the theother tI tIothpr theother
other after her husbands death1 death1I
I write you from here Windsor the thohappiest thehappiest thehappiest
happiest happiest being heln that ever existed existedIteally exltcl1elllly existedReally
Really I do not think it possible for any one oneIn oneiii n nIn
In the tll world to tx happier or as a happy as I Itun I11I11 Isin
sin Ho is an angel and his kinflnenn kinflnennami
und affection for mo is really touching touchingUhat touchlllltWhllt touchingWhat
What I ran do to make him happy will lx lxmy 00my bemy
my greatest delight light And Sly life as R a ahappy ahu aIuiip
happy hu Pl one IIn i Iii ended the I world in I ii gone for forin forTue
in Tue If I f I must live on and I will do nothing nothingto
to make me tII WorM than I am it is I hence henceforth hpnCtlorth henceforth ¬
forth for our ur poor fatherless children childrenfor
for my unhappy country which has hll lost lostnil 10lltnil lostall
nil in losing 10111 him hlmlIn1 and in only doing what whatI
I know and feel f ll hi he would wish for he Is Isnear IIInlllr ienear
near mo mohls his spirit will guide and inspire inspireM
mt med M d f Jacques Rardotix will publish Queen QueenVictorias Queenictoria QueenVictorias
Victorias ictoria tatters translated tron lltt into French FrenchTh FrenchThe renchIh
Th The old Paul Revere hous at the North NorthEnd XorthlnrJ NorthEiid
End Boston is i being hllt restored by the Paul PaulRevere PaulRevere
Revere Memorial Apsocintion tlllItion The old oldwell ohlwell oldwell I
well was discovered lout w wOk K > k and sotix sotixwirioim sorntlIriotiN 0111 0111111riollli
wirioim old coins win5 In and chini have IKIM IKIMfound lellfOllnd licepifound
found Thu most interesting relic lIc that thathas thathalllOme thathas
has halllOme come to light is I a soldiers IIOldl < rA bolt which whichwax whichwas I IWUII
wax diHcovored di I vrred in h the th walls and is I behaved beliavedto
to have belonged to the Itevolutionnry Itevolutionnryhero I
hero The ri story of Paul IlveraV ride rideus rldlItll
us written by h Longfellow is published publishedthm ulhhiChiCdtlil
I IIIdltion
thm tlil year for tlw tI first tune in a s parate spnrateedition parateedition
edition with illustrations mlltrllt 10liA and decorations decorationsTho decornl ion ionTho
Tho pseudonym Carro Franoos < o1 Warren Warrenwhich Warrenwhich Verrenwhich
which th the author of Little Ttetty Marigold Marigoldnnd
and Hor Friends uso II I on her title pnge pngeconcnak pnltconcL pogeconceals
conceals the thlrltmlily tip identity of a well wellenown known society Bocietywoman tlocltywomnn societywoman
woman of Brookline MILIH fIL She first ills discovered dl dlrover1 illscovered ¬
covered her talent for toHlllry tory telling by the thointerest th thinlffllt theIistert
interest with which her little nephews and andnlicert andIlICefei lnd1IfCI
nlicert 1IfCI listened to t her makebelieve8torieH makebelieve8torieHShe
She finally flnnll decided to try her gifts on a alarger ItIllrlter alarger
larger cirri cirriTho cirelThe circhThe
The title of tliu book of extract > l from ffllIIlhu ffllIIlhuworks the thew thesirksofMrs
w works sirksofMrs of Mix 111 < Craigio John Oliver HohbeM HohbeMwhich lIuhbtwhich hiobbeswhich
which her secretary Mites 11 Zo Zoo Procter has hasompiled halltmliltd hasmpiled
ompiled > Is I tak taken n from one of Mrs 11I4 Craigies Craigiesl Cniigiespoiui nllgit nllgitI
l poiui > ofiiix Llfo and Tomorrow Tho Th fl ex extracts metrllct oxtracts ¬
tracts OrB grouptd group < > I under various headings headingsanil
and the raider obtains from them a co coherent coherent ccherent ¬
herent idon of the authors outlook on life lifeAn liftAn lifeAn
An index shows the origin of each passage passageomn fXiBIlIltlIIn
> omn of vthich are satirical lIa others musical musicalnnd mUIIlcnlItlld musicalitrid
nnd poetical nnd all of ofthem them keen in their theirCHtimntion theirtlmntlon theirestimation
estimation of life and of people peopleiif J > lOplelilt
lilt ii IKS I r PATIENT ATI EXT Tinin TininMatte TJIIIWnlI TJrIlIEnglhli
Englhli nlI h Matte tapI Cumrdy < < 1U a SprcUl IVr IVrfornianie llrIIrlllam lrlornianet
fornianie IIrlllam at the Carrlcli CarrlcliIf < < rrllll rrllllIf
If W Gayer Mackay wrote plays p111Y1I1J1I ns funny funnyau
au his acting in them he howould would be in a fair fairway ralrwny fairway
way to a fortune Yesterday afternoon afternoonthis
this young you nit Englishman appeared at the thoGarrlck theGarrick thelarrick
Garrlck Theatre In a special performance performanceof
of his comedy comml Dr Wakes Patient nnd nndthough nisuithough
though the part he played was WMIl a variation variationof
of the silly ana toung Briton absolutely absolutelysilly ab80lutPlyall1y absolutelysilly
silly ass ho himself would have Raid he heinvested ho11llated beinvested
invested it with a gravo sincerity a de deliberate deliberate ¬
liberate unconscious nonsensicallty that thatwas thatW811 thatwas
was delicious The words he spoke too toowore toowere toowere
were quite as funny as 8 the way he spoke spokethem llpokethem spokethem
them The audienon accepted him from fromthn rromthA fromthe
the first moment of his appearance appearanceFor
For or Mr Macknys farcical fnrclcallittlo little comedy comedyKits
Kits It > can be said It tolls a rather tritely tritelysentimental trltlyentlmentnl tritelysentimental
sentimental story in a rather tritely senti sentimental sentimental entlmntal ¬
mental way It is old fashioned in oon oontrudion oonItructlon eonstruction
trudion with letters arriving at oppor opportune opportUIII opportune ¬
tune momenta soliloquies Incidental Incidentalmusio IncidentalmUldo incidentatmusic
music misunderstandings dear to tho thodrama thodrama thedrama
drama of long ago and characters border borderng
ng now and then on the grotesqun grotP que rather ratherthan rathertlmn ratherthan
than the comic Moreover it is much muchtoo muchtoo muchtoo
too long It needs a violent attack of blue bluepencil bluepencil bluepencil
pencil Yet in spite of its obvious faults faultsthere faultatMro faultsthere
there is much merit In it much honest fun Nilbright fuzibright funbright
bright dialoquo and a little pleasant plell llnt senti sentiment sentimont ¬ I
ment A few weeks of careful pruning pruningboth prunfngboth pruningboth
both to condense and andto to vitalize it to render renderit
it less cloying in sentimentality entimentalitT and more morereal morerenl morereal
real in character drawing would probably probablymake probablymake probablymake
make of it t a passable and mildly successful successfulentertainment suoOOll8fulentertainment successfulentertainment
entertainment certainly a better one than thanBorne tbanome thansome
Borne we have been offered this season seasonBruce 8MSOnBruo seasonBruce
Bruce McRae played Dr Wake yesterday yesterdayand
and the unfailing oharm of his personality personalityof
of course was sufficient to create a charm charmfor oharmfor charmfor
for the character Mian Mi Graca EHIaton EHIatonwas
Wa was the patient whom he cured and cap captured CIlptured captured ¬
tured Miss 1ise Elllstons acting suffered as asalways aaalways asalways
always from the unpleasant artificiality artificialityof
of her apeech her forced and measured measuredinflections meaureaInflflotloM measuredInflectIons
inflections us If cut out by a machine machineIt
It Is a fault ra lt she should strive to correct correctIt
It la unpleasant in itself and it does much muchto
to counteract her bttr1rCM graceii It was good to towelcome toweloome
welcome 100 Ctarlea Walcott in a lesser part partwhich partwh1c partwhIchhia4sIaportut
which whIchhia4sIaportut h he Ttmfi laportaat by his ripe and andtender anatead
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THE MUSIC OF ONE DAY DAYFIRST DAYIIlST DAYFIRST
FIRST CONCERT 01 THE AOELE AOELEMAIWVL1ES LDELEV4 UlLE4nOULIES
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A Novelty by Hotiutt Is I Just New and andNnthtnc andNothlnS andothtng
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jlSlnoo Sinoo pianists and singers have token tokento
to giving solo entertainment in the vasty vastypooea vutySpl100 vast vastspaces
spaces of o Carnegie Hall th the ancient and andhonorable andhonorabl andhonorable
honorable title of niuoica Ia < camerf timer or orchamber orchomber orchamber
chamber music ban hA oomo to be reserved reservedfor
for concortn concur of instruments In trumenta heard in small smallhalls IImallhallll smallballs
halls It IB therefore a recognition of ofcurrent ofcurrent ofcurrent
current custom to say that th the first chamber cliambermusio cllIImhfrmUldo chambermusic
music concert of the season was given lout loutnldhtc IllIItnigh lastnlghib
nigh in Mendelssohn Hall by the Adelo AdeloMnrgulies Adelo1lArglllle AdeleIthisrguhies
Mnrgulies Trio The proKrnmme con conHlstod conlIistttl
Hlstod of Schubert B flat major trio opus
09 Schutts Epi FplllOden odenopu opus 73 7 and Sind SindIngB SindIn Sinilings
IngB In 8 quintet in K h minor opus 5 In the thelast thoIat thelast
last named composition the trio had the theagsintanco thon8sl theassistance
assistance n8sl lanC of Lorenz SmIth vjpliri and andSam nndSam aridSam
Sam Franko viola violaThn violaTlu violaTim
Tim Hchutt number was heard for the thnflrst thefilflt thefirst
first time bore It In u series erle of live tone tonopictures tonepicture tonepictures
pictures and tliomt th pictures arc permitted permittedto I
to IC come before us u labelled ouly with musi musical musicol muisical ¬
cal fitlfs describing their nature Fen Persons rtlIOnllof ons onsof
of lively imagination may throb under underthe limiertho itnulerthe
the spell II of the con molto paesiono wl fIR fIR1re8810ne esiressione s sprensione
prensione relapse e into gentle mood in the theallegretto theullegretto theallegretto
allegretto grazIoHo rise again to tunmt tunmttuouu ttitinltuous
tuouu south activity in the allegro fiiriow fiiriowmolto frI0l4lmolto furiosomolto
molto pofwionp sink into soothing slumber olumberin
in the nocturne and go merrily homeward homewardto
to the final vivace vivacePtnwrm vivacePenron vivacePersons
Persons having no imaginations will not notbe notablt noth
be h able to borrow any from the comijoserThese composer compo composerThese er
These livn tOile pictures are instructive instructiveexamples illstrllctlvtJI1 instructiveexamples
examples JI1 1plt1I of industrious muni making makingThpy makinltThy makingThey
Thy begin nowhere now hen and after moving movingthrough movlnthrough movingthrough
through a circle of dolorous vacuity end endprecisely cudprecisely llldpflciltfly
precisely where lh they > y began The ideas ideasin
in them am a filamentous and theattemptat theattemptatdevelopment at atdtflopmnt atdevelopmmient
development flaccid flllI < id They lirlona to thAt thntlargo thAtIltr thatlarge
largo Iltr Iml growing class < of musio which whichmay whichDlay whichmay
may bn called unimportant if now nowSchutts nowSchultll newSchutts
Schutts ineumtaririgH had the lhi nddrd nddrdmisfortune nddl1millfortllne nddslmisfortune
misfortune of IMIIIR heurd after the cbubert cbuberttriowhioh chultrttrio chiulserLtriowhich
triowhioh trio whlch possess pom blithe and gladsome gladsomemelody Ithtdlflmmthdy gItdsomemelody
melody spontaneity of development pr pretty pnyinstnlllltlltal prettyinetninmental tty ttyinstrumental
instrumental elects PCI8 and symmetry of form formIn
In this composition the Margiilien Trio Triowan TrlC1waR Triowas
wan heard to something like > advantage advantagethough acivantllltfthouleh nilviunlagethough
though it must Ht > ronfeiwd ronfti < II that It Ins Insplayed haplayed hasplayed
played better IunL 111 night th ° tone of Mr Mrlirlitenl MrIiuhiteruberga Ir Ir1IlIlenlr1t
lirlitenl 1IlIlenlr1t TK > violin was liS imumitlly Ihln Ihlnand Ihlnand thinand
and that mado time performance somewhat somewhatpiano somewhatpiano rnwbatplanl
piano heavy despite the fuct that Miss MinsMargulicH MissMarguihims liKfl liKfllarjtnlieA
MargulicH dinplayed tiucb criipncnH and anddelicacy anddllIcncy anddelicacy
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The Popular Pianist Pl PIs a Irosramnir Irosramnirnl lrocnlloBt
nl MIoKrttirr It of rhoptn rhoptnVladimir ChopinVladimir < < hBlllnVladimir
Vladimir de rarhmonn appeared yester yesterday yttrdllY yes4erday ¬
day at Carnegie Hall in a inntinro recital recitalof
of piano munianol mU liOnot all written by Chopin ChopinIt
It seems ems essential ntial to state thin l 11tOt1I1M > eonum > many manygood mRnyjt manygood
good jt < OII persons believe thatthln pianist playtChopin plays pinyChopin playsChopin
Chopin exclusively and better Iter I him any anyono nnyono armyone
ono el else e Neither of these notions is I well wellfounded wtollIOIU1ded wellfounded
founded Mr Ir do Pachmann can perform performcompositions plrformcompoIII Lerforuutcoflmpositiotum4
compositions compoIII 1011 by other composer as II ho hodemonstrated hIdlffiouKtrattild hedemonstrated
demonstrated yesterday afternoon Ills Hiaprogramme III IIIproltramme Illsprogramme
programme began with thin A major sonata sonataof sonataofSearlattlWhlch OIIRt OIIRtofarlattlwhlch
Scarlattiwhlch of was followed by Mozartn MozartnU
C minor fantasia and Weborn perpotuum perpotuummobile rwrpctllUlnmobllPlln perpetuurnmobile
mobllPlln mobile in C major majorThe majorTho majorThe
The second group consisted coni > lted of Alen AlenielHflohnM lllndflltlobnlI Zlendebesohins
ielHflohnM Rondo Cnpriocioso Schu Schumanns SchumllnnRromance Schumanns ¬
mllnnRromance manns romance in F sharp SgamtNilis SgamtNilisflat
A flat minor ga gavotte volte the KafTHenwlt KafTHenwltM
Ia M Filmwe 111 Moskownlti tokowkitIn En Automne Automnemill Aumiomneamid
mill TschalkowrtkyH B flat minor polka polkaSot polkllSot polkaNot
Sot till after all thee did the Chopin deluge delugeiKgin ilslmigebegin IIIhlltehltin
begin Thn Mudlenca was not only patient patientbut
but even rontontecl rontonteclMr
Mr Ir do Varlimnnns iwrformunct of the ther
f P r > trlv numbers on his list displayed ul ullimp IIItho all allthmoe
limp engaging qualitirn julI1iti which have lung lungmirle lIIItmlull kumgmade
made his hi recitalH IIplllar X > pulir Mix Hi toiuh does dcxHnot Ilo doesnst tI tInt
not how s1Ow us mucli m variety pirlmpH us it did clirllew tilla
11 few ye YCifll irs ago but uIt it still tHI himilsrt humus its respect < pt ct for fort
t li laP character of uf tl t 10 o instrument Till finger fingerwork f1nltlrworl fingerwork
work is i just as clean ns swift and ass tluent tluentus
II us ever and few pianists would wOlllrllntllII intelligibly intelligiblydeliver Intelligiblydeliver lhly lhlyrjl
rjl deliver > lIvtr the Weber number nt such a tempo tempous
us this player > r used yesterday ymterdnyThe YIterdIlYThpfoZltrt yesterdayTheMozart
The ThpfoZltrt Mozart fantH fantasia la was creditably given givenblt givenbut vln vlnblt
blt it woul < t not bn difficult to make it more moreolegunt moreolegant moreolegant
olegant and suave In uyle yle 11 than Mr r de dePamimann doPanhmann < i1 i1Paohmlnn
Pamimann did The Th manncrirti tnannsrimvns of if this thispianists tld tldpianist thispiiinisLs
pianists readings rtAdin 8 are still in evidence psj t1 t1dally eso esodaIly > e eciolly
dally the pointed enphasin placed upon uponwrtain uponL uponcertain
certain L rtaln chord effects which would be II more moreconvincing moreconvincing moreconvlnciiig
convincing if made madohuisohtruaive madohuisohtruaiveM lens < s obtrusive obtrusivef ohtru81nl
M f nl SIV METCUWS nftlT If rlTt IT ITml US USPrpclniH IS ISSi215p
Si215p ml PrpclniH tlomrnttt IOO1f of tier rarllr rarllranil Inll EarILransi r rnd
ansi nd I rltr Dltt r st SIIe t > le lilt I Iwt Iwt1i1l1Ntn IastSmuam l lSusan
Susan Mntcalfe recited songs in Mendels Mendehuscohn Mendelsnohn fenrlelllKohn
nohn Hall yesterday afternoon afternr On It might mightbe
be more conservative to say that stun he Bang Bangthem sangthem lDlt lDltthllI1
them hut pace must be kept with the theprocemtion theprOOOKtlion theprocession
procemtion It in unnecessary to name the then theKonVt thesongs
songs > n H which composed her programme programmeThose prornmmoThOllo programmeThose
Those who keep watch and warcl ard on tho thoJolngs ni nidoln heuloings
Jolngs doln of the musical world go indefatigably indcfatigablyto Iy Iyto
to Miss Metcalfen IetCIIIft > recitals hoping that the thetender thotender thetender
tender grace of aday a clay that IM dead may maybo lI1aybo tonybe
bo revived Sometime there are flashes flashesof htK htKof
of it OH thero wan yesterday in the de delightfully dtIIghtflllly d dhightfuiiiy > ¬
lightfully piquant delivery of Kchuberta KchubertaDie HchuhertOle
Die Forello nail In the emotional inter interpretation intrprellltlon Interpretation ¬
pretation of Schumanns Die I otosblume lotOl LotoeblumeBut < otosblumeBut < bluftle bluftlenut
But again Miss MetcalfeM later stud nndmore IIlIdmore studmore
more eiaculatory manner comes forward forwardHH
HH it did in tichuinunnH Cielsternahe Cielsternaheind JeI8tornlihlond
and the observers shake their heads in inregret InrlKret Inregret
regret When this interesting singer of oflongs ofaongl ofsongs
longs fell a victim to the pernicious appetite appetitefor
for big tone she wandered far from her heriphere herphen hersphere
sphere Sho won never intended for a avocalist ILvocalist avocalist
vocalist of astonishing volume volumeand and her hermost hrrmOllt hermost
most beautiful singing Is that which is isdone I Idone idons
done without pneumatio struggles and andwith andwith andwith
with her mind centred on interpretation interpretationShe
She wan never a perfect singer in so far fara larIUI faras
IUI a technlo is concerned but she wa Wu a abetter IIbetter abettor
better ono when she was satisfied with withthe withtho withthe
the size of her voice voiceTile voiceTime H HHie
Tile Dphnt of Mary 3laryGarden 11 Garden In InMary Thals Thals1lary ThusisMary
Mary Garden who Is a Parisian celebrity celebritywill
will make her debut d but at the Manhattan ManhattanOpera ManhattanOpera ManhattanOpera
Opera IIouso O1IO on Friday night singing singingthe
the title rAin in Jules Massenets opera operaThais operafhai operaThais
Thais Thin work will then have its itsdrat Itllr itsfirst
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and India The adventures of Shere AH the devoted pursuit pursuitof
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every pretty girl who would submit tp them and his hisrctorded recorded love loveaffairs loveaffairs loveaWair
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