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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MAftOH 4, 1913.
4 9 'FIVEFRANKFORTERS A DELIGHTFUL PLAY lt- Mm of the Kotli.schilils Is Ifrl iirod in (Jmiint Coiucdx. In lThe Five Frankforters' l TINli I NI'SI AI.I.V I ' 1 N I : Miilliildc Collrclly as (lie Motlirr I- llic Driiiiin's Doniiiutnt r 1 lr Hie 1'ranVTortefp." hI tlir llilrl). lint It Mrrrt Tl.ralro. Kr i IlllJllU Ill"ttll Nlt'tl.lt Salomon i at . . . . . . i Uroli. lir Kramltnn.i t'htrtit if , . . . . Ilnfl MiUllll.lr l'.ll'HI ,. IM'v.inl I'ui.rv , . . . Inhn .sjluiwiil. , l-'raiik I.e.. l'.uiW OiiMmutlh . I'ntrn ill ( 'nt iliibn , , . . . Mum He In In . . ...N'oft 1...II liUPUVtl. link, nf Tillili, KUward MaiVty prince ihrltinilitr Mauilii' Wulur Klnitf'M I'rlnir of KUuhImI-AkohIh lpnr Mpphfnxon i nuni Frhrenli.ri .... . ll'tirv Mortimer p.rnn Hmlhirg II. Pavlil Toild ll.rr Vsn Val ..... K I W.ilton i nnn of Itouen I!. I' llrrbtrt ftrtani Nil holm ,l I'rlncrM of KlauMliMl-AgnriU, Minimus P.rn l'rlncfi Klin Kleannr Woodruff Mmr rtv (leursf .... Marionc Dore Various rnuurx are said to have In terfered with tho nrrlvnl of Carl Hoes-i-ler'a comedy of the Itothachlld family's iie to fame, which had not liecn wen jn this city In r'nullah until last night, "i I'nder ltf original title the play has heen acted In nevernl American cities, uhlle tho aante adptatlon of tho work .een lat nlsht nt the Thirty-ninth Street Theatre was produced In i.on dun an "Tho Golden I.ane," with the rrlclnal name used a a tsuh-tltle. l.ust u Inter tho industrious uctors of the Irvlns riacn Theatre performed the mmedy frequently In the language of it author. Hut New York has waited for the play which has been the moat notable ninedy of the decade In Germany. Were it not for a solemn oath never, never to call another play out of ltd namr no Miould be tempted to My that rlie l'ivo rrnnkfortrrs Had ticen a ticrman edition of the younK woman w'm pulled thoie Mrlnq to Ions 1 1 wan ald lnt nlRht in the lobbies nt tlic dllllculty In flndtni; a capal.lo t pieamitntlvr nf the mothur had de , ril 1'ie arrival of the ploce here. It 1h ii' ' I'nOtiKh for the mother of thin fam- in hi! ,i serene, dominating Kcntus of iie,ir'li.tone. Sho la a very human ! pnm. prcnariiiK for her sons tho . i imi each especially likes and Htlck to tier old home In the .ludenKa.'so I 'rankfnrt In .ipltu of the RrowlnR aith .i ml importance of the family. ' is ai her home that tho four l,i .n iir ri nf Hie Ituthschlld family Rather iIIm um a ilomeatlc crisis which has iin-n. Alii'udy the sons have iiene iHtoil iiihi'i' ciHimrli'K of Kurope, s.iiitiuni luif eotne from Vienna and .n.iImh fintii London, while ("arl has IirotiKl't with turn from Naples the MHilililhlinrHs winch make it itnpoiifciule j fur him to refrain from itteiillotilnK his acquaintance witli the Pope of that rally tart of tho Mat centurj. Con tiafted with theso in AiiHelm, who bun Mopped near his paternal ,ludent;assi and acquired none of the pollxh that foreign life has imparted to his brothers. Then there is Jacob, the nephew, a miii if the earlier Jacob, who founded tho . Paris branch of the great house which shot Its roots from .TudenKasso In .Frankfort Into every capital of Kurope. It wbs naturally Solomon of Vienna who Had set In motion the Incidents which brought about tho family council. II wanted to marry his daughter to the reigning Grand Duke of Taunus. who was tho Impecunious nobleman of the period. With tho marriage was to go to tha duke a loan of millions of crownB o rehabilitate his fortunes. There is oppoalllun from their mother to the marriage of tho fclrl to a man who In merely nailing hex his title. Then no yountr Jacob of Paris, who has be vun to love his cousin himself, adds his opposition to the plan. i In ptte of the opposition to the match tho second act finds the Hatha chllils at the palace of the lluke. Here re cunt ranted the family of tho finan ciers and the titled aasociutus of tho 'wJif--the contrast very delicately rep iisented betwen the men who have been made by their ancestora und those who liue risen to jrreater power in tho world their own genius. It Is true that i". nc of the b'rankforter Is especially n.ippv in his unfamiliar aristocratic I surroundings. Then aome of their fel low guests do nothliiK to put them at inelr case. Vet tho Dm to o Tannin, s'-ekuiK money already lent by tho am I' tlnus NoloMon, goes to the old homo in tlm .ludengause to her Charlutle un fer his proposal. She refusea him with so much firm mas that there Is not room for doubt us in her sincerity. The Duke departH, but Wie adds to her refusal of his offur u tharp rebuke to her father for havlnx Vied to entrap her In such a heartless 'rgnin Her own sense of right has 1 n morn pot out to save her than thn "u of her cousin or nor granu "Cher's appeal to the lit If. Phllo- 'ilcally the authorltatlvo Solomon ac 'I'V his defeat and characteristically wonVrs If he might not have got off t heuV-r with tho lluke. " .the brothers are confident that no mow) will bu lost. Ko this delightful piav iVils with the niuhltlous .Solomon m tin hamad" a mistake nt last, silting ii nnhl. r hU mothei's knee as ho did In i hildluiw. ! Is a Lontedy of placid but unde- niunlo ohaim which eicerclheM Its potent witchery .iter tho audlenco throughout i very scene. There Is not a minute In 'he thteo acs to stir tho pulse, Of dra .null.' Intxtst there Is hut a feeblo Thri.ii Veu theso scene f "Id world f' have a mialntness and ftugranco iat pass uv the footlights to hold In t'lscinated i;aitlv(ty tho spectators -who .Mi ld so willingly to tholr cliuitn, Mathllile Cottrelly had all the natural 'ii.s und sytniathetlo feeling thut the important rolo of the mot'hor ilemanaeit Thn ploj Is quite Inconceivable with "it her uppealliigly human and hu morons portrayal. Tho three. Krank forters were well acted by IJdward Kmery, who was richly and naturally i mli' ai the bourgolso who had - opped at home, 1'runk hoseo a llttlo Hisy nt times lollw Halnpolls und '"rank Goldsmith and Pedro do Cnrdotwi, who played the youthful banker from "nrls with as much variety an the part .ilowcd. I- 'Ar'rn I'lm iT-MiBLiViiLLLv O THE GHOST BREAKER' SEEN IN NEW YORK ii'sl rri'XPiifiilion llort" N''v Sslilnifklcr HlHIIlH. of TI.MK TKSTKI) A KT I KICKS Kiiirl.v WimmI I'iftp. Willi n I'liii ct'SM Mini it Kciitilt'kiiiii its the Chief I'crsmis. I'lir liliuil HrfuWrr" t Thetre. I lie l.x rinn rather Impossible plot to hold tho Inter- cut, I The princess Mmid Thrifsit of Arcmt, ' iiIMmI ufter Hie munner of stury book rjn-j ces.e, N tuo.il Mini Ion-, mid, iilthough . . terribly frlirhtened by the llrlng In the hallwuy und the sudden iippe.minrc 1n her room of the young Kentucklan, ac cepts lilm us her champion und entrusts him with tin1 dil'cute tusk of tcctiim; her brother front his enemies und of clearing I"'1' amesiral uistle in Spain from tin- hJimtliUi. tn I'lf.vlng ghosts that Infest It. I'onr hours nfteiwuid the ate Hbomd uti oceim steiilililllp slid III dlle course nf time llle yitllllg Alller- friiq undtrtukes his git-ut cmiIi .i The "Ghost liicikei' ' following some what In the "he of trust liu.-iei-. trikt breaker sml oilier up to date Job. I the ncciipjtloii that Is thl'ilii tiniA- pectedly upon the oiiiik Ken' ticUi.in, tt'ui'reii Ittrrh. lie had leallv sei out In settle a little mutter with another COMIC OPEKA BY SOUSA. Mimic mill silrelim ie 1'lcnae l.urur iiillelu r. "Ilir tini-rliaii Mstil" l Kill 'I llf-iltre. ! .tail; lljrtli-tt t uuks of Hi ti foril Siljt I'liiutitiiii .... . StlllllllV . . j Col Vsmlmer l.eflv Mi.'iiv I Aiii'Hhel 'anilpVM-r ' lirraliltiip I'umpluii Mm I'uiiiiiIiiii. I V.llulfViH- , It coo (Iti-ril . . Ni-llir 111 ii n the llMmil- .lnliii l'.lrk t'hullf" Htunll KJnanl Wailf Ururde Ma eh llrniri' I PlHIIKll .lllllll l Si,t Mi- iltiniiltit Utiiulliy .M.iviuul Mauil Tin nir llurilun ArihM Matlin'rlle Ktnisll Mary Siiiitli Muit Kieii' inel ii iin lilirlui'sirs luif In I'll illimultlzi J, lint It li'iuuitieil tor .lolili I'hlllp Solisu to lull lil a i cillllc opi'l.i iiliuilt KlifsbliiwIliK- Hut lie bus tlotit- It iiml the tcult wits "The Ainerlriiti Mjd, Kentuckv gentleiniin utter the tiutnner i hu ll wu piodiici'd last hIkIh ut the of llreatiilll county, nut In making his ' Itinudwuy Theatre to the IiIrIi satlsfae- (letuway I'llni'-" MhHh TIiiohj f AlJuuli. Kmlmilii I'liiiniit rtr n .Inn I .VI 1. 1 ItlMI" ilr'tfl lllf ltlltl ynrtw llKlrrllif . I It I 1 1 1 . Mr Wiiiiim .M.ln.Hi-. llnUinl i'lnrlf line Wlllliiiii HAiiipimi .lumph tliiliUnii Wnlin II l.onii I'alloii link- il' la, t'raiih II Wriifl'mi llulm e "aritu Don tt'ihlr.lu IViIro MhxIiiih flaipiii ,ii-i Sal.l lllill.i W4llr PrHII Kimik rmiipfuii .llllIPl Alljrllim MIlMII Sl.imllali AMpii Pllllli'i Miriln IIihmIiiikii Mathilde Cottrelly and frank Losee. LILLIAN RUSSELL IN WORDS AND PICTURES She Tells "How o Live It) 100 Yenrs Old" at the Fulton Theatre. lie MOVIKS SHOW IIEII LIFE Kneh Day Sho Hises and Feed Ducks anil Wears Ynrtls of Heavy Pearls. uiiii form of light exercise for women and children on sunny nfternoons Is the feeding of ducks In Westlako Park. I .oh Angeles, Cat. An Interested audience of thinkers learned this last evening at the Kulton Theatre, where Mrs. Alex ander P. Moote, an authorcsi who uses the name of Lillian Unwell, produced n unique entertainment originated by her self entitled "How to l.lvo 100 Years. not a lecture, Just an entertainment for people who think with the assistance of the kinemacolor picture Il wus a bit lute by the lime the last j with an i no Its appeal, for It showed "How a smart young lady can dress economically In one reel." First lllss Itussell. vho turned out to be tho S Y. I., came In with cent costing $3,"i. a dress costing XI-, a hat costing $1 and a bird that didn't cott anything at nil because somo one had given It to her. She turned tho coat inside out, pushed up the brim of the hut, pinned thu bird on upside down and was ready for it spin lu the park. Shu came back In a minute and put the coat on right, pulled down the brim of the hat impended the bird and was readv for almost anything. 1- Is thus that wo young ladles can be both smart and economical in these days of the high cost of things. Hut It was not until one learned how helpiul an exercise feeding ducks Is in Webtlake Parle, I.os Angeles, Cal., where Miss Itussell und her sister went onn day to feed them with a moving picture color man who would tag around, that one felt that the height of the cvonlnr'a Intellectuality hud been reached. Miss Itussell wears $1,000,000 -orth of pearls and says that if one in Rim ply laden down with ropes of pearla. sapphires and rubles It will be a dttrl ment rather than an adornment. The swashbuckler play thai levlven niemuiles of KurltHnln. of the prisoner of Xenda and all the nnhle anil lenoble ladvenlurei of stage and novel land of a few years ago was rue tiunsi llreaker ' which hsd Its first Xew York production last nlftht at the Lyceum Theatre. It proved a more or less successful piece for the reappearance here of H. 13. Warner, the former hero of "Atlas Jimmy Valentine," for through Its clever construction and tha use or many time tested artifices It managed In spite of a he rushes Into m room of u M'"" "' '""V " "'" ''"" ., ,. . , , , i i ,., I.... WlOle Illl .Ml r,,u--n in,- i"miu iil inr- iiiis- ' , ' "- ... tt ,U. i ,, ...nhei- Mu if m m and beautiful primes- .t.'iown mm.- fianhlv u "The nhiss- (tf I'Olllse tliete are all soi ls of dllll- inel." bill wbo-e until whs rhiuiRiil cullies Hi be overcome I'olli i-metl i II- ! pel Imps not of ilefel eiiee to Miss Louise deiivol- to slop llle KelitUcUliill befole hi' , litiilttlng. now It sun sails- ii Nlllnlnulls cousin of the Pllllcessi Tllele ll I e tlllei- u,' to the IHelv mill tries lo oiitwll him und Mill o.he,' vll- - , '""" 'X!'1.. hi Ins itttempt to kill him- Ki(t he pi'- , (,lUlll . ,, ,,,, r,slMl xhIIs und huIm'k the inatcr. which was .pn.'m, Ororgo (lins-mltli lens ink up I not so nun Ii of u iiistery after all to n,,,r t,i.. utfulis mid an hotioiid Vineii lexiilolt In these modem limes and ii'-,,Uii iltl7.rn Is tempoiurlb iiilned by n 'celves Ills lewniil 'mule or les x illiilniitis a ml fur moin I Mr Warner mude the Kenturkli.il ,. I wealtliv ownei of u kIiihs o.Ks. The , , . f,,i ,.,, f.,n,... i aliR liter of the hiinoleil rltl.en lines the cm. I headed, lesi.urceful .voting fe low. Mw,Wim ,,, .,,,. )w )1JUK I Who sleppe.l with uru.e and e.e iroin Wlmln h l,,,,,,,,,. ,,pen,ts on kIiins ,ione little ulTiiii to number lu his double ( m t. -y n.st. iiiime.l tiiiiu- iiuest or laying a gnosi aim winning u irtr, snug liv Miss (.milium. Mon t weu princess's hand. n one who itnesu'i woiK, und the brave Mls Knnnel was prcit and winsome heio. Jnrl; llnrUm i.lohn I'arki. goes to l..rl -fl.r..'.,, Uiiii SIM WHS ir.lle Willi. HI 10" XlUSS Wlllh", nun so noes IN THE VAUDEVILLE THEATRES. 'I'nIUIiiK Pletnres Arr Fea1re oa the Prim ram turn. Ilobert llalnes Is acting thl week at i lie I'lfih Avenue Theatre In (ienrae ltrnad Inn-i s drainatie little keieh called "The flutnlilnr ' it id m.i' m r.pnnlf. Ill llllllhrr nan .11 run. i" s. ...... .... nVHrliihl even 111 a shorl n Y othtl-w who were thinking, thinking. iThere are inlklne pliturrs also on tho mill the curtain arose t. disclose a piogiatntne, as well as Maude Lambert lh.ll., ..n.l . U -.. ..Mn..l..K In ... nnlnu .'l.ttllU tl .1,1,1 '""I ."l.l. UIH. miin lllll mirif iii.iik iiiui. ... T-,.-ii.,t . . I iilnver that the nrs.! lllm would ho l.UUU teei , nv ren.pleion i- ..ill siiibihk si the lniiL' ami was nicked bv Miss Itussell b-U'l' ioriH Itiinlre Wilhun. ile .Mllle'a " ' Ll-...,. -Tl... I - . . . ... .1 . .. ,.i.nn, 1ui'h, ii.,- r,'riiii-i ... or .ri-H inrir, l-.IIISf ,1 -nuiirii in.. .i.r- ..... I M,,. .. I I ....il... beautiful as the bud I other entertalnersoii the nrourainnie The lllm was 1 OtHi feet long anil Sidney Drew i. aetuitr hi th Mhamhra showed buds of carnnuon?. perlargo-. tin. week his stirring pt,i culled "Thn mlum and nasturtiums bursting out I still Voire. in who h he poriruv the itch Into blosoms of their natural colors , nun. wtm thiniuh. onlv of tils mlllinns In There wus four minutes Intermission i l"" or me vou i, umi i.aunien mm al- for pondering this thought and then the curtain arose on part two, entitled Tho Personal Appearance of Miss Itus sell." This was gieeted with great applause. Miss Itussell bowed un. I informed her hearers among other things that by thn earnest Investigation of one's own spir ituality und by that means only could onn hope lo solve unci's own problem ways there are talking pi lures. .Minni Annuo and a lo.ik- programme of favonte llie llronv Theatre this week reveals on il Hue programme Uillnrd Mimms. who nlway dances ainusliiKlv. Ilernilne shone. In "1 lie I at Hope," and ItnMlimi ( cm Ii In n Die I'liion Snuiire llieatre i llie first to sho;v thr unndarnorkimr ters of Hush Ling I'ov. a rlu.iese iui.Klc.an, who OUn nope HI mini- .ill; n i,i ,i,,i,i nir, n,',',.un ill. u -iruii, in, c.-iiiiik III - which after all Is the only method by Niiiln in llie Or.eni there are talk whlrli tnev can lie KOIVeil. , him i','mih-., h it., tjuutiri i-iuitsi uir ll.. Inltnus nr., urn rnnti.irv In i e. auri lie i i.i.iut nr. .inrniil hiiii M-'nii.- I.,. I,.,. Ilii..' fiivi.r.le tiiisli.p ;. a ...im in. .iiiiiiiiiuii iniuinei.. i7.,.i .. .i.. .,. .i,,..,iii. -.mil "'" l'"1'l IHrls' ire apprarinK Oil "7" wek at llie (ohuntna lliealie Tim nrln ll wus . mi, in uiiiu .. i. , I ripal pnit of their iro bi u mine l ' liilMenico." iiubmiii m " nuni un. ..is j ,, iwoui i in. isicul travesiy u niiniii,MM.. ...v... ...... .. , m0 liirH I nun lluppylat.il are a. manicure ut one and the satnii time . ihe r.-,ih Siieel Music Hall, and the Murray limning unu e.ercise were spouen ti.n i- onerlng "Harry llastlniri Ills Hhon highly of by Miss Itussell. The use of alcoholic beverages does nothing for beauty. Hips of hot water are much better In the long run. Kvery one sleeps eight hours o it nf twenty-four, or onu-thlid of one's life, and so Miss itussell said kindly thut sho would maku it present to the audience of the Information thut If you ure 4,i years old you have slept one-third of the time und therefore you urn only 110 yea is old. Several thinkers bethodght themselves of this and went uwuy to cutch u llttlo surplus life thut they hud been robbid of. The uudluiice then went with Miss Itussell. who wit on w nli Sam sldmaii as the principal comedian THE WEEK'S DRAMATIC CHANGES errnl Old l'ln iit .Heeii In Nrw I'loera, Ihe 1 n -! I'luyrrn bcciiii the third weak of i heir I'liKiigenii'i.l last night at WallacV I u addition lo .Maurice llarte" il lid ".Spread nit Ihe News' u new one ui t play, "feats, by l.udv diegory, wus acted The same proKruiinne will be icpeuted to-night an, I ni Die Wednesday inutlnee. "Mliud Matriages und Ihe Workhouse Ward will bu ui'li'd on Wednesduy. Ihursdas tlnoiio c luilr ut ! l'ruliiy and at Ihe Suiurduy matinee. 'The ,..i ,,r i,- l.ini l.e n Vaw i'a ou) . 'lie nes.erii norm will he Yoik fuinlturo company thut makes ' a,' " ?n"!. ."h'- followe! by -The .1..... r .. .1... ,.r..n-,,... l,...i,lj His. I. If Ul lite JI.IOI. uiroue iimi.a "'-' '" ' ' -i (ieoiK.. t ohan lieaan la.l luglil at the tliroUK" mw uuy oi i e. r..o . (ira.id Dpera lions- wha. he'deolarei loibu uy uie miiti.wi.ui... ,1S H1 aplie,nuiues in 'llroadway .tones .Miss uusseii nuu couseiumi ,u .'""e. , or any ut tic i play, f or I hat uiattei ll Is too bad I hu 1 Booth larkiiiEiun mid II I. Wilson never wiotn another play mi good an llie .Man I 10111 Home is possible, however, to see this etcelleut drama ul llm Harlem Opera llousa this week, where il is very well acted by ttienew company. "Little Women' bus been tratisferrod lo the West Did 'llieatre, after lis long inn in i mi t'l.iN miti.e t tin sauiH caat nppe.il I'd ll. the populai tilay lust night that lilted It dow ulouii First, delighted ejes of the Inlellccliiuls fell upon the morning hour In Miss Kits aell's bedroom. Tho tnuld enters with u cup ot healthful hot water, which Miss Kussell sips smiling (In the next picture was shown the iidvuiilug of always smiling upon uwaklngi and then arises to open wide her lattice and greet tho dawn. This Is done by holding the lunula out to tllher side of the bod pu.ti.h up und lifting them up und down lu tho fashion made popular bv hj iiochun flrluc trainmen. This at niic.t tills tho lungs unl quickens nmntnlltj. It iiiusl be done In tho sunlight und fresh uir with tho windows wide open. For th mind Is tho most wonderful gift of ull, us .Miss Itussell Intimated, and without It one would be practically tint Following the picture showing tho right und wrong facial matutinal ex pression cumo an liU'iivstlng scene in which Mlsa HUssull brushed her hnlr with two brushes at once, thereby ex erclslng the arms, lungs und shoulder muscles, Now for a romp In the Kymtiuulum, with tossing back and forth of a medi cine ball which was hurled and caught In turn by Miss Itussoll's trainer. i young blond man. und by Miss Itus iiell'jr niece, who Is 4 years old. As a atudy In the reduction of the high coat, of. UyloK tho next lllm made .. I..,..,.., ui,,., ,1,1 l... ,,. .,,.. she nine hei fi.thei I" on the wh to rilUUlfll, HP n i-iimr.- n. v.,.- ...... 'acuutlful gowns in hi. old Spanish inn '' ()f milll,,lM 1(,ulH , to , or a ruined castle lHe.oiiil nit In a glass uuiks, with fwo Frank II. Wcsteiton was a somewlu' KUl!tt tll,1Wers at th.li woik. i.n.l a mild anil Insipid vll In I n. .hum- wimh lie billed Rhiib!nwci ., Joseph Itohlson and Waller H Long, leasets and batchuien ' To one who has .,. .ha two i e eet ves sii l c iai lv never seen uie uisuie m 1111 11 u luiiui iim booblsh to permit almost any suspect to i.-scape. Frank Campeau played the villain Don Hoblrdo, and Arthur Stamllsh and "Walter Dean had small parts. Illusion w as pet feet III the noon hour tnmers ...id liHti linieii J.iineil In sli.Klng "We I'liant h SutiR of Lnhni." ' Jlv Love Is a tilnner und "The Dinner Pail" With a strike, a Hisallile haw in the pint lo mill the honored rltUen and the(dfsseit as usual. otitlii".ik nf the war with Spain, pint, prln- pals und ull Jump to Santlacn, when) the Spaniard await them nnd where for tune are ietoied, love nlTnlls strillRht eiiid out and putilotlsm ttliitii.h. This I !t poor outline of i. book which has the chiiiin of nonlty, which siates ll niutix of the i.tlllellnti nf the aven.Ee light opcui und for which Mr. Soua has wiitteu some stlirltig nnifca Miss illuming won high favor, parMCR. lil 1 1 V with Hie w'altx song, "The fiystul Lule." Other ntlinheis which found tin inedlHle fttMit Meie "i leiiiat rn s a SIii.wIi'ij Uloiule" iwoiils by F. P. Adatns). "This Is Mi llusy Unv" nnd the lii.e sclig, "The Aiiieilean (till " I'linrles Itrowti was a most amusing lu,.' mid liii.olhy Maynnrd was nt 1 1 ac tive, ns tile Kill be lenlly loved, Other In (lie lilg east were llenigle .Muck, .lollli O. Spuili, Allele An her und MniKUerlte Fin I ell, who ilauieil etiei get leully nnd Klin. 'full. Aflei Ho seciuul nil Mr Sotisa made a sp. nh , lu the middle of the llilt.l net a tinxelty In uiusiial show wn shown lo the mi illeliee III moving lil'tllle supposeil to piiiiru the buttle of Santiago. They were good ph title. NEW PLAYETTE AT WALLACK'S. Illlulil line el roiueili I'reaenleil h llie Irish lliii'rs, iie ait ii il v li Lads (Ircaniy, tailed t 'un Is." hud lis Initial New York pei tin uiiinei' hist night "t Wnllack's Tha tie In ihe Ills. Pint ci. It preceded Maurice Unite" nnd "Spreading tho News, nlavlots which have alrendy been . given here by the same actors. While "routs' culls r.n three rnarac ti ls, the little cotncilv I pnictlcalty n dla hiRi.e ns ,iWni, u wullei', is mostly a think lug pml, bul whs exi eeillnxly well dune last il I k I it by ,1 A O'Knurke. The two ,llliilius lu the u.st we.e Altlilll' Hill chill' its .Mr ii:,edltoi or the C'Aiiiniioit, und Fled l' Donovan us Mi Sinrnti, editor or tin- 7'HIliur. The idltois of the i Imi I papers have kepi their i illti.i lilt lolilinn filled for jein with upp.iieiit criticism of each iitl.ei while they met f.u dinner weekly on the most friendly terms. The notion of the playlet tnkes place nt one of the illiinut K.'i.'h hns wrllten an obituary of the other, anil bv accident they rx i hange tlieli mats ill wliicli they are earning tbeii manusci Ipts. Without leallc.lng thai un exchange has been niadi each lends the ntliei s cnnitnents on his life Hint a limn. n ous hut xlolent qua ri al follows Then they make up put away the manuscript and pineeed to pin for CAT AND BIRD POSTPONE PLAY, Mia lurk I ell In HeseuliiK Ihe Ituhln iiml I'iiuIiIii'I Act, Malgiieriln ( Ini'i. who pines S'miic W'utr in '.Snow While and the Seou Huatfs. wus una bin to go to Philadelphia esteiday for tho opening ol thu fulry play at tlm Adnhilil I heal re. owing loan unusual accl dent. A Htt robin with a broken wing lias a part In the piece and Miss clink keeps the bird in tier apartments tin Ktiiulav allernoon the house cat had Hie bird cornered on a plituio frame. 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