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V V THE TijE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY MAY MA 22 1910 V V 2
I I LATEST THEATER NEWS iws
Miss Marjorlo Ramoy the th attractive attractiveAlexandria attracU8AI attractiveAxandrtft
Alexandria AI > xandrln girl who won great reat popularity popularityduring popularlbduring popularityduring
during previous seasons eeoa of tho Abom Aborncompany Abomcompany AbOmcompany
company will be b seen In again at tho th Now NowNational NowNaUonal NOWNational
National in the chorus of tho Grand GrandOpera GrandOpera GrndOpera
Opera company during du1 the engagement engagementwhich engagementwhlrh engagementwhich
which opens next weak weakGeorge weekGelrge vekGeorge
George Frothinghara Frothlnsh who will bo tho thoFriar thoFriar
Friar Tuck of the lb Attorns production of ofRobin oCRobin ofRobin
Robin Hood at the New National this thisweek 01 01Wtk thi thiweek
week i8 1 one of the old oldest lit veterans nttWLn8 of the thestage tb tb8tage theetage
stage but is as lively as a a cricket AntI anilas AntIas n1 n1a
as a full of fun as a L famous comedian comedianshould comedianshould comedtftflF
F should bo boBernlce beBernice boBernice
Bernice Morshon a i newcomer to tho thoAborn thoAborn theAborn
Aborn fold fca hac ag been chosen chOYnto to take the thoroV tll tllro thero
roV ro of AianaDale AJo oofLDAI lnJtobm In 1Robin RbIn Hood Hoodthis Hoodthis HOOdth
th this week at the New N National NationalThe 1tioi3The 1ucmaJ 1ucmaJTho
The grand rafttl opera engagement ugtiemo t at the theNew theNtw theNew
New National will III open OIHt with Ith a hottiay hottiaymatinee hoIMa hoIMamatn8 hoaymatinee
matinee on Memorial Day DayAt DAyAt Dayq DayAt
At the conclusion ccn luelonet of the 0 four weeks weeksrun wetakarun wekirun
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run of the altstar U tar revival of Jim the thePenman tbePtnman thePenman
Penman in New York the play will willS wtllgn willge
gn S on a tour which blclt will take It as far as astha a atha aitha
tha Pacific Coast CoastThe utThe CoastThe
The new play which J Hartley Man Manners Mannlrs Manners ¬
ners has written for Blanche Walsh 1 1entitled S StntltlCd Ii1fltIt1ed
entitled Barbaras and is entirely entirelyoriginal enUrelyoriginal entirelyor1gna1
original if the author is to be believed believedA
A new lifesize portrait of Naslmova Naslmovanow Numovamlv Nanimovanv
now hangs in the tb foyer of the tlI Nazlmova NazlmovaTheater NazlmovaTheAter NazimovaTheitter
Theater New York YorkTb This portrait is 1 1Paul by byPaul b bPaul
Paul Swan of Albany AlbanyMarts AIaTInrta
Marts Inrta of the Lowlands lAwn ft to be beramed re renamed re ren3med ¬ V
named Maneltch and Martin Harvey Harveythe 1IarnTthl HarveyV
the English actor will 111 ut It fallowing fallowinghis fSiIOWingh V
h his engagement in Richard III which he henas hejust I
nas Just produced < In DuMln DuMlnA Dul llA llAA
A second company is being hel I organised organisedto orai oraito ma matl V
to play The Spendthrift SpendthriftLaura SpeD SpsndthrttLiura thrUt thrUtLaura
Laura Burt will 1mr star In one of the theMadame theMadame theVludame
Madame X companies com next season seasonSarah aeaaon1r1h iesaonSarah
Sarah 1r1h Bernhardt left Parts Pa recently neenU neenUI for fora IOCV
a tour of France Switzerland and Bel Belgium BelgIum ¬ V
gium She Sb will then oom eome to to America Americaand AmerIeaand Americaani V
and will not return to France until untilFebruary unUIFbruar untilFbruary
February Fbruar JtU JtUThe 1t1LTh 11
The Th very pry latest announcement of an n all alIf allV V
5 tar revival is I The Mikado which bleb will wtUl wtJ1lp L LI V
l lp < r put on at the Casino Theater Im 1mrutdately ImI1Hdatdy imrudately
rutdately following the run of The ThoIflolate Their
C ir Iflolate r roiate olate Soldier with the following t 1D re remarkable re remlrkable reniVrkabIe ¬
markable cast Sam Bernard as Koko KokoJffer Kokoon XOkoJV4fron
Jffer JV4fron on De Angells ADSI as Thl Mikado MikadoAndrew Mikado MikadoAndre 4IkadoAnlrew
Andrew Andre Mack as NaklPoo Charles CharlesR CharI CharIn
R < ssi as Poobbab William Pruette PrvtteIIthTuh as asIlshTush niIIhTuah
IlshTush Madame Josephine Jacoby Jacobyas Jacobya
as 3 Katisha Frits Scneff as YuniYum Yum YumYum um umYum
Yum and Margurite arguriLe V Clftrk as asE Peep PeepEv PeepE
E Ev The production will V be made for forfir fort Lost
t fir Ir r weeks but there is Mitle lu chance of oftin oCtJ1f ol olt1c
tin other ther dties cltle being bel favored favoredWalter raorNWalter favoredJones
Walter Jones JO H the thecomedian comedian Is threat threatened threateJfo thrsateic1 ¬
ened wtth blood poisoning the result rentt of ofI oC1in 1 1L
1in L I inK stepped on by spiked shoes shoesSir hoealr
Sir lr r William Lawrence Young son of ofSir orlr el elSir r
Sir lr Charle L L Young YOUD who wrote Jim Jimthe Jbn Jbntbr Jimthe
V the Penman was a gu tset t of William A ABrady A ABrad AV
Brady Brad recently to witness wlt this 0 famous famousplay tatItoaIh I IpIn
Ih play and compared It favorably i with withether wtththfr wfl wfltlicr
ether thfr productions that he ii had seen seenWilliam MenWitHam seenWilliam
William Collier Coijier was wasmarricd married on May M7t Ma Matr M Mto
to t tr Paula Marr the Ingenue enue 0 oC A Lucky LucIE7tar LuckyStar Ludtytar
Star tar The pincya4 prtacIpaJnlopM iscipI surprise wip wm wmvIopd de devHoped
vHoped by the fact ta t that Comers eo ftIsri naene naeneis DaIMI Die1WMorons
is I Moro Morons IQron V
Tho Th Dramatic Mirror prints a a statement statementt
to to t > the th effect thai tb the Coburn Players Playershave Pla7V8have
have been Invited to play pia A 4 You Like LikeIt LIkeIt LikeIt
It on the White House Grounds Jun June II IIand 1 1ant 1an4
and 17 for the benefit beneIItoC of tbe Playgrounds PlaygroundsAssociation Planrou PlanrouAs8odatiOIL Piayroun4sAseociatloit
Association AssociationGo As8odatiOILGo
Go West Young You Woman is the name namof nameof me meof
of a new play that Ira Brady rdy Mid MidClriwner adGrlmfr saidGrlmer
Clriwner produced pro ueecl at a Chicago Ch1c on OIIUae the 11thInstant 15th 15thinstant 5thtn5tant
instant instantGrace InstantGrace tn5tantGrace
Grace George Oeor opened in her new play playHer pI7Hfr play11cr
Her Husband by Jetet Corbtn hue latiliterary t tIUfrary
literary dreetor of the New Theater TileRwan mSan m Inian
San an Francisco M Ma May jr 11 11Joseph 11 11J UJoeph
Joseph J o eph R Grismer and 1 i1e wife ThobDavit Phoebe PhoebeDavid PhoebeDavifl
David will 11I make a tow of C the he world hi hithe Jath inthe
the th near future futureJames futureJam11 futureJam4
James Jam4 K Hackett baal has ha abandoned the thedramatic tbedramatic thecramatlc
dramatic rights to John ArtvwtflUtnPlanter ArtvwtflUtn NWImAth NWImAthPlanter
9 Planter a novel by b Mrs Mr rL Bette 1311 Bttthneil BttthneilEugenia DeIiEu BUSIIIWIIEugenla
Eugenia Eu nhL Blair Mr Is heading a sleek company COlDpany com
pany at the historic Walnut Street Stasetater The Theater Tbee ¬
ater Philadelphia Ja Ja1luI18
Maude 1luI18 Lambert to know now singing < Has HasAnybody na naAnyhody HasAnybOdy
Anybody Seen Kellyf Kelly in The Midnight MidnightSon MidnightflflF ldaIaht ldaIahton
Son on flflF which is i V breaking breJdn records in inPhiladelphia Inlhiladelphta inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaGeorge lhiladelphtaA
A V George Gt > orJe Anise Arl Is I considering < the theIfft pros prosPft
Pft of f being bet Identified with the New NewTheater NewTheater
4 Theater next xt season seasonGeorge MUOnGforge seasonGeorge
George Fawcett Faw eU
will probabl probably appear appearin ppf1Uin appearin
in They Tht > y Are re My People in London lie liewent JIewnt liewnt
wnt abroad for a rest reat but George Tyler TylerIs Tylerl Tyleris
Is l anxious to have him in the new Hw ver version verfl vetiUon ¬
sion fl n of the play which he controls eoatrolaOrme controlsOrme controlsOrme
Orme CaWara is at present playing J bJtnCrolf a arol arole
rol rolf In the comedy Her Wife line Husband IIuttband lineband ¬
band with Ith Henry Henr Miller Meanwhile Meanwhileher lIIeanwhileher esnwhIIe esnwhIIeV
her husbands hUllband wife JuUa Ju Dean is all U by V
h IIPr > r lonesome loneso In Washington WashingtonWilliam WashingtonWillIam ubIton ubItonWilliam
William Morris returned from Europe EuropeIn Europe1it
In Iflt 9t week with many maD vaudeville noveltta novelttaup JaOeUsup I Iup
up his hi managerial sleeve Mme Rejane Reazu ReazuIs ejaae
1 Is one > of his possibilities possibilitiesJoseph pouIblUUeaJMPph posnibllltlesJoph
Joseph Herbert will stage itag The The MIlLS Mtkailo MIlLSdb
ilo 1 at the Casino for the allstar revival revivalyVrnold rniftlArnold revivalArnold
Arnold Daly Dal Is using How Ho Lied to toHr toI
I Hr Hr r Husband in in vaudeville vaudevilleElizabeth vaudetUElizabeth vaudevilleElizabeth
Elizabeth Brice recently of The Jolly Jollyrhflon Joft JoftflahIors
Ba flahIors rhflon hf lors and Dd The Motor GtOr Girl has hastaken baatakrn hutaken
taken her vivacious vlvaclo personality Into vau vaudeville vaudp1l1 van1Pi1le ¬
deville where she Is singing some of her herjipular herTilrular herF
jipular F iptilar songs songsRaymond onpRaJ11ond songsrtamond
Raymond Hitchcock Hitehoockand and his wife wlC wits Flora FloraZahelle FloraZabetlp V
Zahelle will spend the summer motoring motoringin
in Norway NorwayTho XorwayTh4 NorwayTh
Tho Th Dramatists Club is 1 voicing K mild mildprotest mUttrrotrst mildprtet
protest against the revivals of old non nonroyalty nonroyalty nona
a royalty plays but as the tide tw of popular popularfavor popularnr popularfovor
favor has turndd toward these thee revivals revivalsthe rh rhthp reslvaIath
the th old 1 story of King 10 Canute auute will apply applyas applras applyas
as well as any anyOlga la laOlga anyOlga
Olga Nethersoler NetheraoIesnext next JM t rote TOIiVlstO ki to bo La LaFamaritaine LaSamarltalne L Larnar1tains
Famaritaine by Rostand nd which hlch has hasI huhNn I Ibn
I hNn en played in Paris Pa by M Mae Bern Bernhardt Bernhardt Bernhardt
hardt Nethersols may not return to toAmerica toAmErlCa tcAmeriea
America next season as her tour will 111 in inrlude 111dude hidude
dude the capitals capita of Europe Egypt EgyptBuenos E Egypt1fluenos rpt rptBuenos
Buenos Ayres and nd RJo de Janeiro with withpossibly withp08lblY tifli tiflipoesibly
possibly a short hort vMt to Australia AustraliaTho AuetrIaTim trtt1ta trtt1taTho
Tho production of Pola Pol Arthur ArthurNevins Arthurvins ArthurNevins
Nevins vins American opera in Berlin has hasaroused huarouled haiaroused
aroused a flurry urry of criticism a great deal dealof dealot dealof
of which wac unfavorable ntav rabl but there thereflufflclent is issufficient Ii t tsuffIcient
sufficient diversity of opinion to warrant warrantfurther WrI1Ulturthfr warrztfurther
further productions elsewhere elsewhereTh elsewhereThe elsewhereThe
Th The mayor of Topeka To ka Kans has de declared 10cJared < 1e 1edared ¬
dared In favor a or of Sunday Sunda theatrical per p r
formances saying Ia olnr that if the theaters theatersmust thcatormust theatersmust
must close on Sunday
so must every ¬
thing else Including street railway lines linesand linesnd lineand
and nd drug stores torot = It is not V likely that thatplays thatplaI thatplays
plays enjoying New York runs will Jump Jumpto jumpto jumpto
to Topeka TOI kll for the privilege p1vUOIQot of playing
Sundays SundaysUp SundysUp SundaysUp
Up and Down ikCN1dwa Broadway has been beenselected beenselected
INJected I selected ac s tho th title titlfor for tho summer re review review review ¬
view at the Casino Theater ihoater ooter Now York YorkEddie YorkEddlo ork orkEddlo
Eddlo Foy will be featured rttitured Tho piece pieceIs ploceIs placeIs
Is Is by Edgar Smith and Jerome and andSchwartx aniSchwartx mI mISehwart
Schwartx SchwartxThe SehwartTbe SchwartxThe
The cast engaged to support supDort Gertrude GertrudeElliott GrtrudftElliott Gertrude3lllott
Elliott in the London production of The TheDawn TheDaWft TheDawn
Dawn of a Tomorrow Tomorro Includes Henry HenryAialey HenryAlDIy HenryMalay
Malay Herbert Waring Jameson on vLee vLeeFlnney Lee LeeIIInM LeeFinney
Flnney Ada Dwyer Portia Knight and andRoy andR07 andRoy
Roy Fairchild FalrchlldWilliam FaIrd1I1VWIUa V VWifihitni
William ineenoH lngsrollwho who once played playedGck n nstock s sstock
stock company engagement om8 t In f Washing Washington WashIngton aahln aahlnton ¬
ton will head a company at the Grand GrandOpera GrandOpera GrandOpera
Opera Houee PUtstavrg for the summer summerDavid summerDavid ummelDavid
David WarfleM arfteld II stflI tlll pJayln playing TheMusic The TheMusic ThoMulle
Music Master to packed houses hou In the theWest theWt theWest
West The play pia and the star tar Mom to be bea bea bea
a perpetual gold Id mine m for Mr Balasco Balascoand BolallCoIU14 Bolascoand
and Charles CharI Klein KleinMabel ItlelnlJabel ICicle1abeL
Mabel Barrison and Harry Conor in inLulus InLulus InLulus
Lulus Husbands seem to have settled settleddown HttlocIdon settleddown
down at Maxine Elliotts Ellott theater for a asood aood arood
rood ood long lon engagement engagementTHREE engagementTHREE engagementTiREE
THREE MEDALS OFFERED OFEEKEDIIcu OFFEREDJcn OPEREDBen
Ben Grctit SlitikuHiicnroan Content ContentAiiiiuunued ContcdAnnounced ContestV
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In order to inspire thought thou t and study studyof atH atHof studythe
of the Shakespearean drama Mr Ben BenGreet DenGreet BenGreet
Greet and L Stoddard Stod ard Taylor raIOI have Ita ve de decided d deI deeldeti ¬
cided to offer three handsome medals med to tobe tobe tobe
be called the Ben Greet Shakespearean ShakespeareanMedal Shakeapeareanp121ea ShakespeareanMedsi
Medal as prizes for the best essays essayswritten I1SUYwritten onsayswritten
written on an any one of the Shakespearean Shakespeareanplays Sbak Shakespeareanplays rean reanpIap
plays presented by the Ben Greet Play Players PIa PIaat Playits ¬
ers at the Belasco Theater during durt the thepresent thepreeeet thepresent
present engagement engagementThe engagementThe ement ementbe
The cotuMttohs are few and simple as asfollows Itafolio 1 1foUows
follows followsL folio folioL
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flllcd IIed out o with name and addraM s4di far faratteIIdtd every play playatlMdnl plajsuesded
atlMdnl sad seat nt to lb the anmeiafBt Nt ef ta tM lie Ifcflaaco IeIum
laaco Tkeator with Mat cbark > at the end at ik ikrncMBMOtruMM thu thurnpmeuutltbuss I
rncMBMOtruMM 1 rr a ooupooa and checks to toOmeara I arcosajiny aropeymere arcosajinyenajri
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The essay competition to divided Into Intothree latotbree intothree
three classes u follows First class classTo cla claTo elseTo
To the holder of 75 cent coupons writing writingbest wrttincI
writingL
I beet essay will wiltbe be given ven a 14carat solid solidgold IOlldold L
soihiI
gold art medal Second class claaTo TO the theholder theholder theholder I
holder of M cant coupons l writing tbe tbebest tbei thebest
i best b essay a solid silver ltver medal will be bepresented beI bepresented
I presented Third class classTo To the holder of ofS oCS ofcent
S cent coupons writing wrttI the best essay essaya 1 1broue
a beeline medal win n be given givenThe givenThe elL elLi
i The TbeIlMdaJl medals which h1ch will be alike ex except xeept x xcape ¬
cape for the theV V metal used In their con construction conItructlon conetructioit ¬
struction will be works wor of art showing showinga r
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a a bust of Shakespeare in relief on one oneside oneBide S
side Bide and an appropriate inscription on onthe onthe or orUsc I
the reverse side sideJudges IIdeJuda aideJudges
Judges Juda of the essay 1 contest coat will b be an announced announced announced ¬
nounced later but will be carefully se selected lie lieIected selicted ¬
lected for their impartiality and liter literary JtWarT IIteTRay ¬
arT ability abilityCnslno I JIUtyCnliinoSnllllu aUt7CnInoSiiiiiiity
Cnslno CnliinoSnllllu CnInoSiiiiiiity Smuliiy Concert CoiicertThe To Tocln ToclnTIM day dayThe
The management t of the Casino Theater Theaterhas TIMMerhu mentorhas
has arranged < a a programme m for the con continuous eo eoUIuaHI conUatasaa ¬
tinuous Sunday hDda concert today beginning bePmi
at a ti 1 p Po m which to Istullynp fully up to the thstsnd stand standard tancI tancIard ¬
ard ft rd of the admirable admlrableweekly weekly bills btl pre presented pre preMAtH pvceated ¬
MAtH s at this popular playhouse The Thevaudeville Thevau
vaudeville vau etUe acts for the concert Include IncludeDe l elucleDe IncludeDo
De Cotret and Rep singing comedianswhose comedianswhone comedians ome41an1whoM
whose act proved so acceptable aeceptAbJe to Ca Casino CaaIao ¬
sino s ine patrons last week Hanvey and Bay Bajrllss Ba7I
llss I ies In a a new singing III ns comedy sketch have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been retained and and by b request Flora Floraand Floraand Floraand
and Baby Bab Esmond will delight their tb nu numerous nuIIMrOWI enmorons ¬
morons admirers with new selections selectionswhich Mleetionawhich
which will give further evidence eY vid of the thewonderful thewonderful thewonderful
wonderful ability of Baby Dab Esmond smond who whoIs whoI ho hoprobabJy
j Is I probably the youngest entertainer on onthe oathe onthe
the vaudeville stage s e A new act will be bethe betbt bethe
the comedy y team of Chess and Checkers CheckersAs CbeckenI
As being particularly appropriate to Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day entertainments especial H lal attention atteltIon has hasbeen haaNeD hasbeen
been paid to the selection tctton of subjects bJeeta for forthe forthe or ortbe
the motion pictures for which additional additionalreels aAJcllUoIIIree additionalreel
reels ree reel will be exhibited exhibitedTHE exhibitedTRB exhibitedTim
THE ILLUSTRIOUS ILLUSTRIOUS PRINCE PRINCEJnimiicNC PRINCEStrntCJ PRINCEInpnnese
S JnimiicNC Strategy the hr HH fl HIIb I of Op Opppnheliu5 01 01luuhclmI
ppnheliu5 I lnhIIt lnleMtTo < nt Mt Hook HookTo 11001To
i To E Phillips Opptnheira cannot be bedenied bedenied bedenied
denied the honor of being ID < end of o the themost them08t tuemoat
most interesting of authors of the more morepopular mor morpopular morepopular
popular style of novels It is I true that thathis thathll thathis
his works seldom kIom attain to any an great greatdegree sreatdecrN greatdegree
degree of literary Uterar perfection perffletlonbe be writes writestoo writ writtoo writestoo
too many to pay much attention to that thatBut thtBat thatBut
But they tb are almost invariably interest interesting IntetIng Interestlag ¬
ing from the first page e to the last He Hehas FIebaa Hehas
has the knack of catching catcbt the attention attentionof attentionof
of the reader right bt from the start tart and andholding aawlboW andholding
holding boW It until the close e of the anal finalchapter analchapter Analchptr
chapter and this Is I one of the primary primaryrequisites primaryrequisite
requisites for a successful novelist novelistThis noYelstnil novelistability
This ability to attract and hold the in interest lut intesest ¬
terest t of the reader has h seldom been beenbetter beeDHtter beenbetter
better illustrated than In his latent latente lat lat4tuul4tpIomadc IaLetuastdIplomatIe
uasidiplomatic e work Wk The Illustrioua IllustriouaPrince lIiustriouaPrInce nrtoUlPt1ace
Prince The story opens open with kh the theLusitanla theLasttaDIa theLu1taus
Lusitanla being beln delayed ecl over night at atLiverpool atUverpool atLiverpool
Liverpool and an unknown man present presentrag pr8MntIII presentlug
rag III a letter to the captain of the vessel vesselwhich veRelwbleh vesseLwhich
which letter has the effect of making makln the thebitter tb tbIaUorder thelattir
bitter IaUorder order orde a a special boat and sending sendingthe endln endlnthe sendingthe
the passenger ashore immediately al although altboqh although ¬
though he has ha had orders orderS that no one is isto Jato Isto
to to land that night Once on shore the mys mysterious m mtenoa mysteslous ¬
terious tenoa man presents another letter to tothe tothe tothe
the station master and has a special specialtrain specialtrain
I train made ana up at t once and speeds on to toLondon toI toLondon
London the only passenger on the thetrain thetraIJI thetrain
I train When W eA the special arrives arrlY arrIvi at the themetropolis tbemetropou themetropolis
metropolis the police discover the man manmurdered manmurdered manmurdered
murdered and l his pockets pocke rifled of ofpapers ay aypapers aypaP
papers papersThus papersThus 8 8Tbua
Thus Tbua from the very ery beginning b does doesTbe doaThe doesThe
The The Illustrious Prince move with IUt that thatlightninglike thatBPtl thatUghtaingUke
lightninglike BPtl nsItIt rapidity so dear to t the thepresent thoMNeAt thepresent
present 8enera generation n of novel JIOve readers and andIt andIt andIt
It Js ie safe Co to say 1 that any anyone one who once oncecommences oneoI oncecommencs
I commences it will 111 Hind it hard to lay it itdown Itdown itdown
down downBesides downBesides downBesMIS
Besides telling teJII the story well will the au author AUtbor suthse ¬
thor has ha also the capacity for good char character charcter charactsr ¬
acter drawing drav and his picture of Prince PrinceMalyo PrinceMalyo PrinceMalyo
Malyo the Illustrious UJua1rlo prince wbo who adheres adheresto
to his tenets at even the risk of his hi life lifeIs lireIa lifeon
Is one on that can but seem real after tt r the therecital therecital theredtaj
recital of so many like Incidents Ind ents of the theRussoJapanese th thRUMOJaJAJleae theRussoJapanese
RussoJapanese war The 8nly nly thing that thatmight thatml thatmight
might ml < bt not not please pie an American reader readerwould l readerwould adlr adlrwo1d
would be the extreme liking fkln whl whih hlol1 < h all allthe allthe allthe
the white whit wqmen of the book have for or the theMongolian theMODIOUan theMongolian
Mongolian princesomething that docs docsnot doesnot doc docnot
not appeal appearon on this lb u side of o the water waterBut watrBut waterBut
But with th > exception of this defect defectwhich de dewblch defectwhich >
which probably will ill > not appear p ar to wry wrymany vprymany veryninny
many cursory readers the book Is most mostreadable mostreadable mostreadable
readable and enJoyable and the th > many man mandevote
devotees devote of this rather sensational sen atlonal au author autbor mithor ¬
thor will find that his latest IAt st work Is Isentirely IsenUreJy isentirely
entirely up to It not ahead of tho thostandard tho8tu1dard theatajthrd
standard of The Mysterious Mr Sabln SablnThe SablnThe
The The Maker of History The Betrayal Betrayaland Botrayaland fletrayaland I
and his others of Q similar stamp stampt tampt
t
ECHOES OF THE FAIR FAIRThe FAIRt
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The Ackers Fund Fair was the most mostsuccessful mOitucC6urul mootUCCOftll
successful over held and overy actor and andactrMW andactree ani
actress in New York It would geom took tookpartfcular tOOkparUcular
particular dollght in doing what ho could couldlor couldtor couldfor
for this groat charity From the time timePrwsldont UrnePresident
President Taft oponed the fair to the theclosing theclosing theclosing
closing night one wook later there was wasa wua wasa
a a continual throng of visitors ana the thesum thesum theeum
sum realized was as a magnificent mA nU1cctnt total totalFollowing
Following Following are torn some of the incident re recorded re reoorded ¬
corded by the Dramatic Mirror MJrrorMadame MirrorlIadfLme MirrorMadame
Madame Totriuzinl m Jn Lakmo costume ooetumaa costumea
a rare miniature was on exhibition at atthe atthe atthe
the Tea Garden GardenA
A hat hat formerly ormorl worn by Charlotte CharlotteCuahman CharlotteCuhman CharlotteCushman
Cuahman was bought by Pauline Fred Fredericks Frtdorlcks Fridwicks ¬
wicks at one of tho daily auction sale aalesat saleat les lesat
at the Country Stare StareJ StctreJ
J Fred ZImmerimnn had among assist assistants assistants Ist Istants ¬
ants at tho Country Store Dougl Douglas FaJrbenka F1ilrbank Fair Fairbanks
bank Andrew Alack John Barrymore BarrymoreHale BarrymoreHle
Hale Hamilton Efllnghiun Emn ham Pinto Percy PercyKnight Per PoroylCnlght y yItnl
Knight Itnl 1tt Donald Brian William Elliott ElliottRobert ElliottRobert 1IlIottRobert
Robert Demp DmP8ler t r John Dean Albert AlbertParker AlbertParker
Parker Frank Moulan and H B BWarner BVarner
Warner It was a popular retort for the theladles theJadleL theladies
ladles ladlesBertha JadleLBortha ladiesBertha
Bertha Galiand received from well wellknown wenknown wellknown
known professionals a large lint number of ofbonutiful oCbOlLutful ofbeautiful
beautiful teacup te CUpil and saucorc UCOrtl for the thevory thevory thevery
vory artistic tearoom booth They were wereoffered wereoaored wereoffered
offered for sale with autograph cards cardsfrom CArdatrom cardsfrom
from their donor donorAnna donorAnna donorsAnna
Anna Held and her daughtor Liane Lianawent Lianewent Lianewent
went the round of the booths on Wed Wednesday Wednesday Ved Vedant ¬
nesday and ant spent sew we before they left leftIncidentally lettIncldentall leftIncidentally
Incidentally Incldentall MkN Held was compelled to toIntr toalng tosing
sing Intr I Cait Callt Make My Eye Eyes Behave at atthe atthe atthe
the Country fijAra Sjor ore and nd soon had a a flock flockof fIookot flockof
of matinee girls I1r ten deep around her herThe herThe
The largest single contribution to the theFair theFair theFair V
Fair WM Wft made Tuesday Tue day afternoon by byMr byllra byMrs
Mr Mrs Lydia L t Dexter Dext r Dinklna Dlnkl chairman of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Burlesque booth who presented Sir SirIda ltrIda Mrs MrsIdi
Ida C Nahm the directress dlreclr with 1th MOD UOOout MODout UOJout
out of her own purs pursMarie purse purteMarie purseMarie
Marie Dreader rlr8ll1er sent aen7in in a doll dreaced drHclln drHcllna dres d In Ina Ina
a silk ilk Ik nightie and sleeping 8I < ttrietly in A Atiny atiny a atiny
tiny bed You ou asked me a rote on onthe oni onthe
i the i plaeardaUaebed placard tae rd attached to the th doll for a adoll adoll a adoll
doll dressed m h1 my favorite fa YOII costume Be Behold Debold Behold ¬
hold holdGeorgia boldGeorgia holdGeorgia
Georgia CaJoe Raymond HUchoook HUchoookFlora HltcbeookFlora
HitchcockV
Flora Floi Zabelle and Rolla Dale Mid > W to tobacco toMceo toblCC ¬ V
bacco blCC from the miniature dear store storeDonald storeDonald tor torDo
Donald Do ft1cl Brian and Eleanor Petxileton Petxiletondaneed Pendlet Pendietondanced ft ftdueec1
danced U th the a Merry ferryW1dow Widow waltz When Whenthey Whentbey Whenthey
they had finished the comedians went wentthrough wentthrob wentthrough
through the crowd cro and collected JW JWOn 0On l lOn
On Thursday night the orchestra was wasbrought wubrCMtlht wasbrought
brought down from the galleries to the theelectric theeJectrlc theelectric
electric fountain and Andrew Mack John JohnBarrymore JohnBarrmore JohnBarryinere
Barrymore Douglas nou Fairbanks Raymond RaymondHitchcock RflYmondHiteboook RaymondHitchcock
Hitchcock and Donald Brian held a a barn barndance bundaACe barnV
dance the main floor In V
on which many manyof man1oC manyof
of the leading actors in the city took tookpart
part partDave 1 t
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Dave Montgomery itontgomeryand and Fred Stone drew drewan drewan drewan V
an attendance of nearly 2OJ I OG at their theirminiature tbelrminiature therminiature
miniature theater on the main floor floorWednesday ftoorWedn8da AcerWednesday
Wednesday Wedn8da night D ht where the funniest funniestprise tunnlestJt1q funniestprize
prize fight that ever took place pla was the theattraction tbeattra theattraction
attraction loft every eY half hour In fact tact they theyhad tbeThad theyhad
had fln doe audiences audlenc ail week and provided providedenough proVtdedonOUCh
enough fun to stock half a a dosen shows showsElisabeth oos oosEUsabetb V
Elisabeth Tyree Mrs M James Jam Metcalfe Metcalfehad Metcalfea Metcaltehad I
had a pile of paper hedges on sale sa1 at her herboot herbooth herbooth
boot booth One of them bore the legend legendRun legendItwa 5end 5endIt
Run It away a little girl I have hay been beentouched Hentoaebld licetouched
touched Other less popular one one are
Inscribed with the appealing words OIeII I Iam Iam 1 1m
am a m waiting to be touched touchedJoseph toacbeClJOtIeph touchdJoseph
Joseph JOtIeph Holland was w an interesting Int vial visitor vialor M Mtor ¬
tor t or Wednesday Burr Mcintosh W I IAblngdon L LAblnldon LAblngdon
Ablngdon and others other took him about aboutMrs aboutIn aboutMrs
Mrs Sol Smith was WS a popular figure mov moving movIns niovng ¬
Ins i ng about from booth to booth distribut distributing diatriliutng tatrttIft5 ¬
ing I ng smiles t and good cheer cheerWednesday cheerWedne cheerWednesday
Wednesday Wedne day night was JUt society night and andSouthern andSoutbem an I ISouthern
Southern night nl bt < Mrs James J Spejrers Spejrersflower Speoer Speoerftower I Ilower
flower f boot bo was the center of attraction attractionafter attracUonafter I Iafter
after S o oclock c1eek when Mrs Speyer Slle7erared ap appeared appeared ¬
peared ared with Mrs George G Gould Vivien VivienGould vtmnGould I IGould
Gould Mrs Elbert H Gary Mrs 11I John JohnR JobnR L LB
R R Drexel and Mrs Nicholas Murray MurrayButler Murra 18 18Butler r rButler
Butler Vivien Gould acted as a a flower flowergirl 1IowerIrl Aow r rgirl
girl Irl with a wicker basket suspended suspendedftotn suspendelfsoin
ftotn her shoulder by a broad crimson crimsonribbon crtluonrtbbon crimsosribbon
ribbon and sold single 1e blossoms as high higha htshaplet hIgtapiece
a j apiece Kingdon Gould was a pur purchaser purcbaaer pUtchaser ¬
chaser at most of the booths booth during durtn the theevening theeeolltl th thevening
evening
At tho Players booth wa w exhibited tie tieflrst tpe tpeftnt tieirst
flrst f picture ever ver made of Ethel theI BartY BarrVmor BartYmore Bartymore
mor more owned own 1 by Clyde Fitch It Itl was wasgiven wasgiven
given l fID to Howard Kyle chairman of the thebooth tbebooth thebooth
booth by Mrs William Will Fitch Another Anotherof Anotherot
of the mementos was the original ori orIg1i manu manuscript ma mannscript u uJlCrlpt ¬
script of Captain Jinks Jlnk of the use Horse HorseMarines HoraeIarl HorseMaripen
Marines Iarl as it was w written and correct corrected correctI corrected corrected ¬ I
ed by Clyde Fitch His favorite pillow pillowwhich pillowwhkh pillowwhich
which wag w presented to him by Clara ClaraBloodfood ClaraBloodIood ClaraEloodgood
Bloodfood shortly before her tragic tragicdeath trasicdtalh tragicdeath
death was also exhibited < l at the booth boothRaymond bOothRaymond boothRaymond
Raymond Hitchcock flitted from one onebooth oneboolh onebooth
booth to another drawing with him a atrain atrain atrain
train of admirers Mr Hitchcocks wit witserved wttaterY witserved
aterY served 1 to boom b om the country store and andth andthe andthe
th the automobile race on Friday night nightCharlotte nightCharlotte nightCharlotte
Charlotte Walker Talk or was another aaot er travel traveling travelI travelleg ¬
leg I star w From one booth to another she shewent shewent shewent
went the rounds selling eUln whatever and amiwherever andwberever anlwherever
wherever she 1te could Her husband nd Eu Eugene Eurne Eugene ¬
gene Waiter accompanied her herLillian herLl1Jhtn herLillian
Lillian RiMMcll the doll brought bro ht 200 2 to tothe tothe tothe
the doll booth Belle Boll Blanche In minia miniature miniature ministure ¬
ture was wa sold for 109 Mario Matl Dressier Drossierhad DrQjMJlerhad Dressierhad
had twenty books out on tho doll which whichrepresented whichrepreH whichrepresented
represented repreH tel her and na which was her gift giftThe gletThe giftThe
The Henglor Sisters were another fea feature feature feeture ¬
ture of the doll booth boothMrs boothMrs boothMrs
Mrs Sol Smith on Wednesday celebrat celebrated ¬
ed the fortyeighth anniversary annlerS ry of her herappearance herappearanee herappearance
appearance on the th stage at the fair Mrs MrsSmith lIor lIorSmith MrsSmith
Smith celebrated her eightieth birthday birthdayon
on March 19 IL 110 110Lee 110Lee 11OLee
Lee Shubort was w a prominent visitor visitorand visitorand Itorand
and a liberal purchaser Many of the thesellers theaollelll thesellers
sellers to him were actresses in the Shubert Shubert Shu Shebert
bert companies companiesDoris componlosDorll companiesDoris
V
Doris Hardy at the Huyler Hu ler candy candybooth CAOOrbooUl candybooth
booth had boxes box of candy autographed autographedby
by Donald Brian Andrienne Augardc AugardcValeska AurardcVaJeak AugardeValeska
Valeska Suratt Wilton Lackaye Robert
T Koines Charlotte Walker Jack Gard Gardner Gardner Gardor ¬
ner n or Elsie Ferguson Florence Reed and andJanet andJ andanet
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Janet J 8ot Beecher BeecherMnry BeecherMnry BeechorMary
Mnry Ryan was assisted at her soda sodafountain sodafountain sodaountain
fountain f by b Josephine Cohan Tho first firstglass firstgJaq first1a
glass g 1a of soda that was sold over Miss MissRyans MissRy MissRyans
Ryans Ry ns counter was taken by President PresidentTaft PresidentTat PresIdentaft
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mond z Shipmon Andrews has appeared appearedfrom appearedfrom ppoa d dfrom
from the Scrtbners Sons presses A Atragic Alraglc Atragic
tragic episode swift and unerring told toldin toldIn toldn
in i n good even style This little book of ofless atleu ofess
less l ess than fifty pages is a rare contribu contribution contribution contribution ¬
tion to current literature and is a de decided decided decided ¬
cided achievement on the part of the thegifted the11ftOd thegifted
gifted author whoso work is so well wellknown wollknown wellknown
known as to need no additional praise praiseRichard vraseRichard praiseRichard
Richard Hoffmans Musical Recollec Recollections Rocolloctlona Recollocthing ¬
thing of Fifty Years is a recent Scrib Scribner Scrlbnor Scribnor
nor publication Delightful reminis reminiscences Tomlnlscencoe rominisconces ¬
cences of musicians and musical affairs affairsin artalraIn affairsIn
in this country and England Tho ac account Recount ftccount ¬
count of Mendelssohns leading of the theElijah thoEliJah theElijah
Elijah at Manchester of Jenny Lind Llndand Lindancl Lindand
and her appearance at Castle Garden and andher andher andher
her tour of this country countr under P T Bar Barnum BArnum Barnum
num of Thalberg Von Bulow Gott Gottschalk Gottchalk Gottachalk
chalk Listz and many others and of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the audiences and concerts throughout throughoutthe throughoutthe
the country fifty years ago a makes most mostinteresting motInt8CUn mostInteresting
interesting Int8CUn reading readingJimmys rlIn rlInJlmmys readingJimmys
Jimmys Fight for Independence by byDouglas byDou byDouglas
Douglas Dou lu C McMurtrio Is f a powerful ar argument argument atgument ¬
gument in behalf of the work of the theAssociation theAMOCtatlon theAssociation
Association for the Aid of Crippled Chil Children Children Chitdren ¬
dren Just a pamphlet but full of ofpatboe orpatho ofpathos
pathos and lofty Ideals Jimmys case caeeIs ca e eJa
Is probably a true one one but it is also alsoallegorical alsoallegorical I
allegorical It represent roprue t a picture of one oneof n not I I
of the most crying eryin needs of our civili civilisation clvlllMtSoft clviiiztIoii ¬
sation Give the children a chance chanceis cbancfa chanceis
is the slogan and somehow IOme ow or other with withthe withtho withthe
the furtive tear t that we wipe 118 away after afterreading afterreadlnc afterreading
reading of Jimmy we wipe away a way the thecobwebs thecobweb thecobwebs
cobwebs of aeiflsluiess 1t and carelessness carelessnessand carelessnessand 5 5asw1
and see dearer our duty to our fellow fellowcreatures fellowcreatures fellowcretures
creatures creaturesVolume creaturesVolulM creturesVolume
Volume IX of the Record of the Col Columbia Columbia Columbla ¬
umbia Historical Society of Washing Washington Whlngton Washington ¬
ton complied by tho committee on pub publication pubilcatlon ¬ I IlteaUon
lication and nd the th recording recordln secretary con contains rontales on 1
tales some data of interest to residents residentsof
of the District of Columbia The table tableof tabloot tableof 1
of content Includes e A biographical biographicalsketch j
sketch of oC ofJamee James Maccubbin Lingan on onof one oneof
of the original or1 nal proprietors by Ella EllaLoratae EllaLOraISO j I
Loraiae Dorsey Biographical BI rapl cal sketch of ofJohn j i iJobn
John Frederick May M D by William WilliamHenry I i
Henry Dennis The Work of the Scal Scalpel Scalpel Sealpel ¬
pel by b John Frederick May M l D DThe n nThe PThe
The Story of KoJorama by Mrs Cora CoraBacon CoraBacon CoraBacon
Bacon Foster The reInterment of Maj MajPierre MajPIerre MajPierre
Pierre Charter rEnfrmt lE lrt by James Dud Dudley Dudley DudIcy ¬
ley Morgan M D The public career ear r of ofMontgomery orMontlromer7 ofMontgomery
Montgomery Blair by b Madison Davis V VHistorical j jHistorical iHlatorlcal
Historical sketch of the Unitarian UnitarianChurch UnitarianChurch I
Church of Waahingionby Mrs Jennl JennieW JennlW
W Scudder The volume also o contains containsthe contalMthe contalnithe I
the proceedings of the various meetings meetingsof meeUn meeUnot
of the society the reports of the officers officersand 6fflCPf81 I Iand
and number < of excellent illustrations illustrationsThe illustrationsThe I II IThe I
The wave of civil war stories whirh whirhwept whkliwt hid hidawept
wept the country a few years ago o in inthe Inthe Ii Iithe
the early Ms to be accurate brouxt brouxtforth brou broutforth t tforth <
forth numerous tales of that struggle strugglesome IlrU etruggisonic gJ gJIIOIIM
some good and some bad 4 but mostly moeU th thlaitor thf thlatter < I Ilatter
latter Now No the pubtiahera have seen en tit liito j jwhich 1 1to
to publish another e edition ot one oC thee 1 I
which according aecor t to the Imprint on the theback theback th thback
back of the title page was w published for forthe I
the drat time In lIe And it Is hard to tosee t tHe tpee
see why it was printed at that t time timemuch timemuch
much more so at present presentT 1ItT
T C De Leon is a writer of antebel antebellum aDt antebelluin MI MIlum ¬
lum days who baa given us Belled BelledBeaux BellesBeaux I IBeaux
Beaux Beaux and Dd Brains of the MB and Dd Crag CragNest CraiNest
Nest but his present pre novel John Hoi Hoiden Holden Hotden I
den Unionist has less to show why by it itshould itsbould it
should be further perpetuated tuated by means meansof meansof meanof I
of a reprint prlnt than tb any of th u others otbersG otbersGW G GW
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A POLITICAL NOVEL NOVELThe NOVELUThe
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The Man > an Higher Up by Henry Russell RussellMiller RunellMUler I IMiller
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and an II drama recently Is not embroidered embroideredwith embroldfrpdwIth embrokler y
with care and a a goodly share of realism realismIt al1tcm
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power politically of o one man Through Throughthe Tbrougtthe
the rotten corruption and dirty dirt politics politicshe polltl8he politicshe
he flounders for many chapters only to toemerge t temerge
emerge oaner at the end as a the savior 101 of his hisparly hispart1 hi hiparty I
party his city and his State Statea a reformer reformerand reformernd reformetand
and nd a clean politician Bob McAdoo McAdoobegins McAdobegtn cAdoo cAdoobelna
begins life rather pathetically as an ban abandoned bandoned aliendoned ¬
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his flats alone he conquers at first but butafterward butAfterward bu I Iafterward
afterward he develops the th cunning and andthe andthe axi axithe
the craftiness of his kind and plunges plungesInto plun e eInto S SInto
Into the maelstrom mAel trom of ward politics politicsThero polttlcaThtro politicsThere
There are two women In his life tho thoyoung thoyounr thsyoung
young Irish Ir18 girl Kathleen who eats her herheart herhoart het t theart
heart out for him in vain He has little littletime littleUrn I Itime
time Urn for women in the bigness of his hisfight hisft hit hitfight
fight ft bt Afterward the woman of a higher higherclass higherclaM r reis
class eis whom he begins by cordially hat hating hatinK hatleg ¬
inK ends end by b being the greatest gro tast object obj t of ofhis orhbl 0 f fhis
his desires Her influence in his purifica purification purlt1cadon purlilcation ¬
tion is important but curiously wielded wieldedAltogether wleJdedA1to wieldedAltogether
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It gives an Idea of the Titanic powers powersthat powersthat powarsthat
that are always contending for suprem supremacy supremacy supremacy ¬
acy in mankind It also gives a pretty prettyvivid prettovl1cl prettyvivid
vivid picture oC how some political ma maneuvers manuvers maneuvers ¬
neuvers are accomplished accomplishedCharles accompllhooCharlOl accomplishedCharles
Charles Meakins who has been be on singing singingthe singingthe singingthe
the role of Prince Danito in tho Eastern EasternMerry ES3ternMerro EssternMerry
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Barnard whoso Natalie in the Western WesternMerry WesternMerry Vestorntorry
Merry Widow has been cn so favorably favorablycommented favorablycommented avorlbl avorlblcommented
commented upon have been transferred transferredby
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