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NEW EW YORK YORI YORKTHEATERSI YORKTHEATERSITHE THEATERS THEATERSTHE HEAtfRS
THE NEW LADY BANTOCK REVIVES TYPE OF PLAY PLAYSUCH PLAYJ PLAYSUCH
SUCH AS BARRIE WROTE SOME YEARS AGO
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Special GafTOpoafcaee CAar gI The Wubiagtec Herald HeraldNew HmJcLNew
New York Yerk Feb 18 18It 11It iiia
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It will be resaembered that Mr BarrIe Barxiesome BarrIesome Bariesome
some years years ago drew tie picture ot orco of ofcomma a acoma
co comma coma Kt Eagltela B gMeh butler tier who was a c cqm cqmmon cqmmon m mmon
mon EagHsk agllsk better 1MItler sure enough oatil u tll he beand heand
and his master and Ms sestets family familywere lamHywere famltywere
were thrown on a desolate Island Here Herethey Herethey
they becaraa me as primitive man where wherethe wherethe here herethe
the ingenuity aDd mother wit of each bad badto hadto badto
to stand for the Hctit limit of comfort to be bederived bedmvefl
derived from tromt1te die situation And it was wasthe w wasthe s sthe
the better who shamed his lordly master masteraad masterand masterand
and became the real master according accordingto
to the Darwinian law of the survival ot otthe orthe ofthe
the fittest fittedIn fittestIn fittestIn
In uTile The New Lady Banteck we are areagate are areagaJa areagala
agate iatrodtieed Intretl eed to the Q e perpeteatty pe lb re recurrlas re recurrlag recurring
currlas EogHah btttter b Uer in the form of a agreat agreat agreat
great sad important maa but in an en entirely entireI entirely ¬
tirely different aspect from rom that in which whichMr whtehMr whkhr
Mr r Barrio showed him to us aad as Mr MrWilliam MrWi1Um MrWilliam
William Gillette played him The New NewLady NewLady NewLady
Lady But er ife 1 a comedy by Uwtf other otherwellkBOWB otherweilkBowa
wellkBOWB English humorist humorist Mr Jerome JeromeK JaromeK
K K Jerome author of Three Men in a aBoat aBoat aBoat
Boat Mto Miss Fannie Ward played the therole therole thetole
role for a while in London this t season seasonand Tessonuld seasoeand
and it was eke who appeared in It on onMonday onoDday
Monday oDday eveateg at WaHacks Theater TheaterMiss TbeteltUs6 TheaterMice
Miss Yard is an American actress a tress who whohas wbQhas
has been pteytog with Mr Kyrle Belle BeDew BeDewand Bellewand w wand
and other stars and M who is s rather well wellliked welllIkod wellllkod
liked ha London Lo The Londoners mildly mildlyfoth1l5ed coldlyenthused mildlyenthused
enthused over tIN comedy aDd said fine finethings tinethincs linethings
things about Mfes Us Ward But quite com comprehensively comprehestely ¬
1 prehensively LoadOB refused to acceptfor accept acceptfor 8CC 8CCfor
for an enduring e period the hypothesis hypothesisthat hypothesisthat hypothesisthat
that an En Ensttefe tLsk earl oauld oo M ever be bereconciled er Aereoouciled
reconciled r ll to a marriage with the niece nieceof maceor ateceof
of his own butler Over O r here whore whorepeopk wberepeopIt
peopk peop > P are not so scrupulous in the mat matter
ter the comedy is i not likely to fait on ac accouat ae aeUJat account
count UJat of a little thing like that What Whatappeals WhataJpMIs Whatappeals
appeals to us is the freshneea the origi originality orJginaJlt originality ¬
nality of the idea which runs through throughthe tMougkthe throughthe
the piece pi the dash AIM reAaed reAltedof abandon abandonof
of the amiable abW Lady Bantock a music musichall IR1IS1ehall
hall cinder ng r before her marriage as per portrayed pot pottraJd pertrayed ¬
trayed by Miss Ward and the pompous pompousdignity PGlllpotISdignity pompoatidignity
dignity and at the saa mate e time crawling crawlingservility crawDag4fniJlty crc crcservility wltag
servility of Martin Bennett her haaebaadbutler husbands husbandsbutter Ddsbutltr c
butter and Lady Baatocks ks wade as de delineated deiDeated delineated ¬
lineated by Mr Charles Cartwrtght t who whoplayed whoplayed whoplayed
played the th role in London wkfa her herLady IterLady herLady
Lady Bantock am lit hue butler are the thepriacipal UtepriJIClpa1 theprincipal
principal characters m ia 1 the comedy Lord LordKantork Lordrant
Kantork rant k has married Fannie ie th the charactor char character eb8racter ¬
acter of a young young printer and M1 k is aet t ttiJ UR URti uatil
tiJ she is introduced m ia Baatoek Han that thatshe thatshe tha thashe t
she learns that sne site is the wife of a ableman no nobleman DO DObleman ¬
bleman But her aamzemeat ad delight delightare delightare delightare
are embittered embftte by her drat glance of the thebutter t tbutler he
butter Years before she tired of the thecartong t tearking
cartong < tutorship of her numerous h family familyall familyall
all under the Imperious ooatraatkNi of etterribly the theterribly thett
terribly tt > rribly correct Martin Bonaott BeaaetLwent She Shewent
went to London and became a aU8ic music ball ballfinger baJ1inge hailsinger
finger inge In the course of tfm ante she sheLord met metLord
Lord Bantock under u his other name Her Hermanagrr Hermanagfr Hermanager
manager told him she was the niece of ofa ofa o oa f fsad
fe
a croat 1rP8 t bishop in New Zealand He Hewanted HewantPd H Hwanted e
wanted to know nothing nothia further tutrtberasked sad aadask aIICIasked
sade
asked ask u ner no questions sad they were weremarried werem8rri weremarried e
married m8rri under > r his crrtt name without the thetitle tltatitle th thtitle e
title So eTerythiag is perfectly dear clearthe to tothe tothe tonet
the audience audi nce why Fannie shouldknow should a net JMttknow t tknow
know that her uncle is Lord Baatocks Baatockshutter Baateekshutl Baatoekbutler s
butler < Once installed the problem be begins be begins begins ¬
gins The butler has a deep religious religiousstreak reBgioasstreak r rstreak
streak complicated by an abnormal feel feeling feeling feeling ¬
ing of humility aa AII4i I meekness in the thepresence thep thepresence
presence p ce of a title A martinet nartlaethis among mOabhj > amonghis
his hj own below beIowataLS stairs sad a a superior superioreverybody to toeverybody toeverybody
everybody without the sanctity ofr of blood bloodor DIeo4r
< or r title he tremhias tn Jl11iS with a sense 8B5e of oat oataged GGtaed outaged
aged dignity t to think that Ms wayward waywardniece wa7WnlnitCe waywardniece
niece has so a imposed Impo od upon his masterThree master JD8SterThr I IThree
Three Thr generations of Bennett have haveserved haTes bav bavserved e
s served ned three generations aUODs or more of Lord LordBantock 1041B8ntts Lou LouBantockg
Bantock s ancestors anee He undertakes UD to totutor totutOr totutor
tutor her ht > r ha the ways of a gentlewoman gentlewomanand geatk geatkqnd woahaa
and nd to proscribe pr her course of ofand deportment deportmentand detJortmeDtlnd
and manners and poor Fanaie has hasubmit to tosubmit toubmlt
submit to this dictatorship over her in inorder InLJrMr 1 1der n
order or der to keep her husband In ignorance ignorance3f s
orof
3f her humble h relationship reJaUoMblpID indeed Q it re remain r rmal rma1a e ¬
main mal to be mentioned that the Bennetts Bennettshave Bennettshave Beau Beauhave efts
have so multiplied about Baatock Hall Hallthat Hallthat Hailthat
that there are twentythree servants servantsto
to each of whom our heroine is somehow somehowbound somehowhound somehowbound
bound by lies of blood WoodThe bloodThe bloodThe
The exptoefea comes when Lady Ban Bant Beatack
tack t Ck > ck entertains a bevy of chorus ladles ladlesfrom ladlesfrom ladie ladiefrom s
from the extravaganza company to which whichshe wblchghe wh whshe
she was attached aad after serving them themliberally them1iberaD7 the theTiber m
Tiber liberally aly with lihe Haattoas tleus of champagne champagneexecutes cbamJ8g1lenecuta cbam cbamexecutes e
executes her famous dance ad turns t tTuiet the theuiet theu e
Tuiet uiet u t drawing room of Baatock Hall intothe int intthe into intothe o
the scene of a theatrical performance performanceSurprised pertonDfillCeSU1rised perfocmanceSurprised
Surprised by tb apoplectic butler butlerstung and andstung Deltung
stung to the quick by his rebuke rebukethreats and andthreats aDdthreats
threats Lady Baatock calls In her herhand hue huehand huehand
hand and tells him everything V rythlDg But firs firsshe first firstshe ftrst8he t
she has obtained aa acknowledgment acknowledgmentfrom ackaowlfldgmenfrom t
from his lips that she is to be mietr mietrin mistress mistressin
in the house She draws up a check for fortwo fortwo f ftwo or
two months wages e and gives notice noticeall to toall toall
all the th Bennetts f nnt > tts that their services hence henceforth heoeefortb heacernrth e ¬
forth will be ao longer required requiredOf requiredof
Of course there ftg i a terrible shock shockthings aad aadthings aJMJthin
things thin look bad for a little while for fortverybody fortveryhr f fveryhrdy or
tverybody tveryhr y concerned But after a she sheiP steep ep
iP lew I night of serious resection redeetloaand husband husbandand JIosbOOand
and wife wff come to aa understanding Beaett Bea Bearett BeIInett
rett ett knuckles under completely aad mMlerythln aadeverything I Ieverything
everything erythln ends as It shouldThe sboaIcITh should shouidThe
Th The New Lady Baatock Baa Is quite quitegood a agood agood
good comedy sad has prospects Of f a rub ruaHenry ruDHen0 rubNee
Nee Henry ry E Dtxey is back at the Garden Gtutd GtutdTheater en
Theater T heat fr this
week after Ms
en enforced eafo enforced ¬
forced fo engagement t in Brooklyn Brooklyninterrupted which whichinterrupted whichinterruptPd
interrupted his run in Mary Janes Pa PaIt PaIt P
It Is an ill wind that blows nobody good
Thp Th fact that this shift enabled Ben Benjamin Sands
fhapin hapln to utfltae the Garden for two twonights twonights t W Ro
nights last week to put on his play HUn HUnoln Un Unioln LInr
ioln r oln at the White te House H has resulted remelt
in William A Brady taking the
manage management maaagem menagewent ¬
went m nt of < f Chaptns affairs for the next 1Iv 1IvCeara five fiveyears Iveyean e
years and that astute manager JRDa r win star eta r
hm after February S In this play whose whosetitle whosetitle whoa whoatitle e re
title is to be changed to Honest Abe
Inasmuch as Fieke did not avail him bumself himself ¬
self l of all the time which he could bav bavcommanded have havecommanded haverommandell e
commanded at the Hackett Theater
Brady has taken tk lt the playhouse for the theremainder tbeTtm1ac1er th thremainder e
remainder of the season by arraugemeotith arrangemenwith arrangement arrangementwith t
with ith Jamee J Jame J Hackett 11a As his wife wifeGrace wif wifGrace e
Grace George GMr will w f not be ready to go goin gointo in into Into ¬
to the Hackett ra IR her new play until untilweek a aweek aw tt
week w from > Monday Brady has arranged arrangedto arranged I Ito
to transfer Ctatate to it to All the short shortinterim siMKtinterim shotinterim t
interim in his Ltaeota playW play playWiHiam playWilliam
William W tm Favereba Favershaat Fav found f that t t he beget e could coeMget couldft d
get ft no bookings h001f from the syndicate whi whii while whilehe whilehp le
i he remained uader Felix Ismails L s ftnaa ftnaacial ftnaarial ansacial
cial control sad the
announcement was wasmade wasmade w wmade
made this week that the Shuberts bad badsequtml hedHqutrPd he heacquhpd d
sequtml Ismaas interest Paversham Pavershamwill Faersbamwill Faversha Favershawill rut
will still be his own manager r lid pro producer producer protucer ¬
ducer as before Iswan I maa has bitterly aa aatagoaized qtagol antagoaized
tagol tagoaized zed the booking powers p wers of g late latebut latebut
but It rermdM xemalns to be seen 8 6A whether whetherwill he hewill be1n a e
will 1n submit to tnera Development may miy k
be looked Sac ro fe good time timeThe timeI timeThe
The town Is aaXbe IiNI te eve of another anotheruphtavai moral moralupheaval moralupbea
upheaval upbea i and just BOW the most st lively llvel llveldemand y
demand far C a p play y censor Is heard to toweed toweed t tweed o
weed out such moneymaking offerings offeringsas offeringas
as The Qveea of g the Moulin Rouge Rougeand RougeaM Rougeand
and The Qlrl 1 from from Rectors although aUht ugh > h
I suspect s pect those Sw who are inekIeat incldeatdlfegging incidentally incidentallySgins ll lltggl y
egging tggl on n the fight would gladly include e
The Eaafeei Way in the Index expugatorlue ex expugatorius expugatorIDS
pugatorius Archbishop Farley preached preacheda d
a sennoa against the stage last Sunday S Sthat urK y
that started the agitation He said the thestag theRtage th thstage e
stage stag today to y was worse than it was waspagan in inpagan npagan
pagan times Charles Burnhams views viewswere Jewsrp vie vieWere ys
were rp then solicited He has been beennietrepotitan in inmetropolitan inmetrpotfttm
metropolitan theatricals for forty years yearsand yearsand yea yeaand rs
and is president of the Theatrical Mana Managers Managen flangets ¬
gen Association Mr rr Burnham Instil Instilcalled lustily lustilycalled JustJlycaJled r
called for a press censor nsor When he beasketl was wasasked wasaskri
asked why his association did not notteed pro proceed pr0 pr0ceed ¬
ceed agaast evilminded producers a anB
join joI j oin with the syndicate In withdrawing withdrawing
Its support in cases where managers manaesproduced mans era eraproduced
produced plays thatca1led for censors censorship censorshiphe ip iphe
he said the association as aciation had no jurisdic jurisdiction jurlsdictJ ¬
aion tion tJ n t tDaniel IDanl lDaniel
Daniel Danl l Frohmaa n admitted that the free freedom freedom freearn ¬
dom d arn of t some somej somep > resentday ntd8Y New ew York at attractions attractions attractions ¬
tractions called cal ed for intercession and it itmight itight
might m ight come to t such a pass that play cen censorship censorship ¬
sorship would be established In that thatcase thatcase
case he wanted three broadminded men menappointed menlppointed menappointed
appointed to the office who would not notcondemn notcondemn notondemn
condemn c a great gr at play because it con contained eontalned contained ¬
tained some dubious passage He how however howeer however ¬
ever doss disagreed dlsagI eed vitally from Burnham onthe on oahigher onthe
the latters contention that plays pl s have no nohigher
higher object than to amuse He thought thoughtthere thoughtthere
there ther was not a wellpatronized play onBroadway on onBroadwsy
Broadway today that did not exercise exercisean exercisean
an uplifting and educational influence on onthe onthe onthe
the public And so it had been in this thisopinion thisoptnloB thisopirhioa
opinion since The School for Scandal ScandalBurnhaci ScandalBumbom ScandalBurnham
Burnhaci Burnham who Is s known as a practicalman practical practicalman practlca1m2J1
man with Wltli no illusions on any subject de declared declared e eclared ¬
clared that the theater Is to amuse andhas and andhas andhas
has no other function With the agita agitation agitat1On agitaion ¬
tion t ion which has been started by the thepapers thepapers thepapers
papers the establishment of some form formof formof formof
of censorship for the New York stagedoes stage stagedoes stagedoes
does not seem improbable And it will willbe wlllbe trillbe
be owing to one or two managers mana rs who whoare whoare whore
are a re bent oa making or br breaking aking by a abold abold abolo
bold sally into the domain of question questionable quesUonable questionble ¬
able a ble morals n oraJs The things complained of ofhave othave ofhave
have been exhibited on the vaudeville vaudevillestage vaudedllestage vaudevillestage
stage for years without shocking any anybody anybod anybody ¬
body bod and Salome was allowed to pass pasaoff Pa5oft passcif
off without a ripple after being pro prohibited pro prohibited prohibited ¬
hibited by the police p at the Metropolitan MetropolitanOpera MetropolitanOpera MetropolitanOpera
Opera House a year ear ago agoMrs agoMrs agoMrs
Mrs Leslie Carter Carterbelieves believes > that t at she Is Isthe isthe
the victim of or a subtle deeplaid con conspiracy consplracy conpiracy ¬ I
piracy s to injure her and prevent her herfrom herfrom herrom
from f rom maintaining her ground as a metro metropolitan metropolftan ¬
politan poIt n favorite She has repeatedly of oflate of1t oflate
late given utterance to suspicions of this thissort thissort thissort
sort On Wednesday In a newspaper state statemeat statemeAt statemeat
meat she sae s e publicly accused a personal personalrepresentative personalrepreseutatlve personalepresentative
representative r of Belasco of balking b lldn her herin heria heris
in her effort to assemble the original cast castof castof
of Zaza for her special Mary Garden Gardenmatinee Gani Ganittaee
matinee ttaee Del in consequence of this aU aUleged ahed at
leged ed chicanery she has announced nnoupced annout ced the thepostponement t thepostponement e epostponement
postponement of the performance another anotherweek aDOUterweek anotherweek
week As a matter of fact fact a production productionof
of Zaza is to be made at Hartford bythe by bythe bythe
the man referred to who is just opening openinga
a stock company at that place but a astrong 8strong astrong
strong denial is entered of any an desire to toinjure toJajure tonjure
injure I Mrs Carter In Washington Vas lagton it Is Isunderstood IsUAderstoed s sunderstood
understood the t e actress addressed a bitter bit bitter hitter ¬
ter letter to David Da vk1 Warfleld playing at ata ata
a rival theater t eter complaining of secret secretpersecution secretperMCQ
persecution Mr Waifield had just be before be before beexpressed ¬
fore expressed to a friend it is claimed claimedthe dalmedthe
the hope that she s e might meet with sue success suecess ¬
cess ia her independent IItdepe dent venture Mean Meanwhile Meanwhile ean eanwhile ¬
while Mrs Carters manager announces announcesthat tiRDOUDCeStIat
that she will appear appear in her own version versionof vers versot
of Caiaille Can as soon as the rehearsals rehearsalshave rebearsalshave rehearsalsbane
have reached a satisfactory stage to tofollowed be befollowed
followed in due time with a version ersto ofTledda of ofHedda ofHeckIa
Hedda Gabler Ga let and a production un under UDtier under ¬
der literary auspices of Oscar WHdes WHdesThe WHdesHSleMe
HSleMe HSleMeTile
The Casino which has been dark since sinceEddie SIDCeEd4Ue
Eddie Fey betook teok himself 1 to Pfaftedei Phhedelphla Pfaftedeipbia PhlladelpbJa
pbia last Saturday Sat y evening reopened reopenedThursday roopene9TIIurs4
Thursday y eveatag eve ertunlagwtih l g wIt James T Powers Powersm Pewersba
m ba the English E glisll musical comedy comedyHavana cemedyHfIaYaRO comedyHavana
Havana but a review of the t e piece is isdeferred Ieeerred bdeferred
deferred until ttatil next week weekFRED weekFRED weekFRED
FRED P SGHRADEB SGHRADEBATTRACTIONS SVHIUDERATTRACTIONS
ATTRACTIONS NEXT WEEK WEEKPaia WEEKPaid
Paid Paia te Fan a plain pia of eoatempo eoatemporaaeeas eo comeaiperaataeras
r raaeeas raaeMs aeras iCe ia America by Eugene I 8 e Wal Walter Walt ¬
ter t r the reigatagr reJgul g dramatic seasatiea of the thetime thettae thetin
time tin i ier ie to be at a tad Columbia Theater the theweek theweek theweek
week begtaaiag Monday 8Dday February 22 22with Z Zw1t 2
with the New York cast and production predacUoaThere pnMiuctieBTltere
There is ao questioning t nins the success s of ofPafc ofuPaie
uPaie Pak ia FuM FiiL for not only did every everycritic everycritic
critic in New York laud it al g the Ute9Ons sea seasons ¬
sons greatest gteate t find bat after the first firstweek tkweek
week the demand for < seats became so sobig sobig
big that it was necessary to place them themtwelve themtwelve
twelve weeks m JA n advance and that con condition condition coatlttion ¬
dition prevailed throughout the entire entireengagement entireengagement entireengagement
engagement Paid in Full treats jQ ina inj jQa
a forceful manner of a great meral is issue issue ¬
sue in our national life The author authorEugene au authorEugene r rEugene
Eugene Waiter has shown a marvelous marvelousphotographic mreJouephetograpbje
photographic Instinct In drawlag htei hteicharacters Ida 1DseluUacters
characters and there is not a single one onewith OReWith uc
with which we of this matteroffact matteroffactworJc1 j
world are not on terms of vs intimacy Intlmac IntlmacPerhaps
Perhaps in this marvelous insight he hehas e eSs
has shown concerning the lives and atabuttons araj am ambltl
buttons bltl 1IS of mea aDd women is found the thesecret Utesecret ileasecret
secret of his great success There are arefour areCeul
four characters Capt Williams Joseph JosephBrooks
Brooks Mrs Brooks and Jlmsy Smith Smithwho Smithwho Smithwho
who stand out with cameolike sharpness sharpnessaad sharpnessalHl
and precision and around them he haV haVwoven JtWOVOft
woven a story of love and hate baffled baffledambitions bttmedambitions
ambitions anarchy and socialism whichbecause which whichbecause whichbecause
because of its intensity and naturalness naturalnessstirs aaturalnessstks naturalnessstirs
stirs to the depths every one who sees it itPaM It ItPaW
PaM in Full is a revelation The dis discrfnrfaating discrlminaUng
crfnrfaating playgoer cannot well afford affordto attornto
to allow it to pass without a view vies and andIt aDdIt andIt
It wltt leave memories me for months to toeeme toeeme ieDame
eeme The company that comes here is isthe ist isthe
the t one that recently ended a famous famousNew tamousNew
New York ran that continued from last lastseason lastS lastseason
season S all through t rough the summer summerChases summerChaces
Chases next week will rival its itsgreatest itsgt itsgreatest
greatest gt test bills of the past with a pro programme pro progrJRme programtie ¬
gramme headed by Joseph F Sheehan Sheehanthe Sbeeilanthe
the popular American tenor most famous famousof famousof
of the favorite singers In the Savage SavageComic SavageCemlc
Comic Opera O a Company the Savage Eng EngHsk EngHsk
Hsk Grand Opera Company and otherleading other otherleading otber1esAlng
leading organizations of the kind kind appearing appear appearing appearbag ¬
ing at Chases as a personal compliment
to Mr Chase C The added attraction will wiHbe willbe willbe
be the presentation pres iitatJon by B F Rolfe Relfeformerly Rolfeformerly
formerly of Lasky d Rolfe of PatRooneys Pat PatRooaeys PatRooneys
Rooneys latest latest nonsensical novelty Fan FanIn Fnnin FanIn
in a Boarding House with a large and andclever andclever
clever cast ca t Another feature of the sen sensational sensaUonat sen sensatbnal ¬
sational nature will be the Ten Bedouin BedouinWhirlwind BerloulnWhirlwind
Whirlwind Arabs in the most thrilling thrillingand
and stirring exploits The noted play
builder Lincoln J Jo Carter has contributed contributedthe contributedthe
the next offering which will be How He HeWon HeWon
Won Her an outoftheordlnary com comedy comedy cornpresented ¬
edy presented by Gordon Eldrld and andcompany andCGmpany
company Other acts of exceptional ex excellence exCeHeDCe excellence ¬
cellence and newness will w I be b the th Artois ArrolsBrothers ArtoisBrothers ArtoisBrothers
Brothers Parisian grotesques Warren WarrenLyon WarrenLyon
Lyon and andMeyers Meyers In When Dreams DreamsCome DreamsCome DreamsCome
Come True Harry dive and company companyaad companyaDd
aDd the American vitagraph presenting
Winter Sports at SL Moritz foritz The ad advance advance adVance ¬
vance sale of reserved seats opens tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row rowThe X XThe
The Messrs Shubert will present their theirnew theirHeW theirnew
new star Louise Gunning In the new newFixleyLuders newFlxleyLuders
FixleyLuders musical comedy Marc Mar Marcelie
celie c lifo at a the Belasco Theater next weekThe week weekThe weekThe
The piece is said to contain an abundance abundanceof
of jolly humor and dash of pathos and andhas a1dhas
has the decided advantage of possessing
a wellknit plot which might have been beenmade beenmade
made into a straight comedy The Thescenes Thesceres Thescenes
scenes of the operetta are laid in Berg Berghof BerghOf Berghof
hof a typical German village of which whichthe whichthe
the Baron von on Berghof Is practically the thefeudal thefeudal
feudal lord Miss Gunning assumes the therole tbele
role Ie le of ifarceile Marc l1e a French girl whom the thebaron thebaron
baron HirOn has bought to Impersonate ImP ISonate an im imaginary Imaglnary m ¬
aginary son In order to retain hb estate estatein estateIIi
in iii his personal family By a combina combination combination ¬
tion of circumstances Marcelle Is forced forcedInto forcedInto
Into the absurd position of trying to be bea bea
a girl and a young hussar at the same sametime sametime
time An excellent company has been beenengaged en enengaged
engaged to support Miss Gunning themore the themore themore
more Important players Including Jess JessDandy JessDandy
Dandy who plays the old German baron baronLawrence baronLawrence
Lawrence Wheat Wheat who will appear as a ayoaag
yoaag American Amerft from Kalamazoo who whojnarries w o om I
jnarries m IT1es the adopted daughter dau hter d the
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PRICES PRICESOrchestra PRICESOrchestraoo
Orchestra oreh Orchestraoo tm 200 and au SI50 SI50Balcony EISOand 1 0 0BalcouTnc
Balcony BalcouTnc T3c and 5100 5100Gallery 100 100Ga 100u0c
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Popular Price Pric 50c Oc tp t 5150 5150r 150 150Btscrrtd
lJuprs Btscrrtd n Seats for all carts of the theater the theater the ¬
i Itjo r ater tedsdics larludl t the puny may be TMT TMTeha 1tr 1trdlalPd itrthaepd
eha dlalPd pd one wtek reek in advance at the Box boaTOMORROW BoxOfiee BoxO
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and the sinister figure gure of Louis of Valoisstands Valois Valolsstands Valoisstands
stands in high relief against the mass of ofmedieval ofmedieval ofmedieval
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THE WORLD AND HIS HISBy WIFE WIFEBy
By Charles Frederic NlrdHnger NlrdHngerREVIEW NlrdllngerREVIEW NirdlingerREVIEW
REVIEW FROM THE WASKHfiTOI POST SEPTEMBER i
22 1908 ON THE FIRST PRESENTATION BY WM WMFAVERSHftM WMFAVERSHAMAT WMj
FAVERSHftM FAVERSHAMAT a I AT THE E BELASCO THEATER THEATERii OF OFTHE OFTHE
ii THE i WORLB All HIS WIFE WIFEIt WIFElilt II IIIt
lilt It Is Not Too Much to Say that Mr Favsrsham ravers am Does thaBesi thaBesiPiece the Best BestPice 8estPiece
Piece of Acting that that He Has Ever Done DoneWILLIAM DoneWILLIlI DoneWILLIAM
WILLIAM FAVERSHAM FA VERSILU did A GREAT THUG FOR HIMSELF AND A D FOR ail THSAMSHICAX ailAllRRICA TS TSAMERICAN
AMERICAN STAGE when hen he it on THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE at the Belsaoo BelseooTheatre Belsaoon BcWrDTheatre
n Theatre > tw last sJsfct It Is A PKODOCnON SO STEONG THAT IT GRIPS THE AT ATTEXTIOX ATTETIOX ATTE
TEXTIOX TE TION AKD A RIVETS IT FAST TO IQIHE THE STAGE so fini iPed d in detail that it can canbest embest
best be COMPARED TO THE WORK OF ONE OF THE OLD MASTERS t5TSRS sad It Itbras 1tbri
bras a COMPANY C 1lP4Y OF 0 ABLE PLAYERS together ther a great did after ao z many manyof = ry al Iihta Iihtaf zH zHof
of stars without scpjxKt ei tat Hardy RareI bas a ww lion recarodt reaiTo a vekacae etXBe that vu lat lastaught latnight IstRight
night aught gnoted freely fled tills first effect of MR FAVERSHAJI F VEPs sce Sacs be eatend the nb ia = fa faof
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and at the cH disc e I the jay called MR FATEBSHAM FA TERSH11 beta b the crtais crtaisTHE nrWTHE cartainTHE
THE WORLD AD HIS WIFE psesaats ONE O OF THE STRONGEST smoS T MORAL MORAZiLESSONS MORALLESSOSS 3fORALLESSONS
LESSONS w vfckfe it has bees the fortune of the stags to dri dra ito the pabHo At the tfcaae th8mae thesaae
mae ae time it Is ONE OF THE CLEANEST CLEA EST PLAYS THAT HAS BEE BEEN STAGED Ittestes It Ittesehea Itteaclte
testes to tocos without the use se t f the brasb cf pitch so oftea o ° az Sound in the theJ proana proanapteys pot pothca
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Bat NEVER HAS TH THB POWER OF CALUMNY CALOI CALU INY r TO DISTORT THE TRUTH BEEN BEENMORE BEEYORE BEDMORE
MORE STROSGLY Z EXEMPLIFIED E PLIFIED THAN IN THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE WIFEMB WIFE3IIt IFE IFE1m
MB FAVERSHAM FA ERSlLUI plays Ute part art of De D a Eroesto the nmg crg Spsniaid Sn1s a aoued < rased at f fkrrice t tIoriIg florfs
lorfs krrice the elf of his benefactor It is set too sasca mtIC1 to say that MBFAVESSHA3C MBFAVESSHA3CDOES 1m 318 FAVSHAXDOES FAVEaSHAX FAVEaSHAXDOES
DOES THE BEST PIECE OF ACTING in this this part that HE HAS EVER DONE DO R His HiiTiriHty 1fiITiriUty Hisst
st TiriHty his dabbed aoiac acts make the tMJUt part ef Eriesto FAVERSHAMS FAVE 5 forte has bm bwa bwaBFMllT j
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A GREAT MOMENT 1IOJ1 3IOME T with A GREAT SPEECH whirs Is t u as axirlmia oonrincans as the toZb trthOpposita toZbOppositB trIhpJmit
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HAS SEEN HER DO DOOTcrdoca ne part is 8 that gins her s pest cd Qe Qeit xrr xrrorerdoEs
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