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THE WASHINGTON HEBAID EaALD SUNDAY U SEPTEMBER S PTEMBER 25 2 1910 191 t
THEATRICAL ATRICAL TRICAL NEWS AND AND GOSSIP
I WHOS ios WHO IN CURRENT PLAYS P A YS
WinlfraoV Burke who playa p1ay the sysnpa
Ihtetlc the tic sister tste with th Robert R Obut Hllliard In A APool
Pool F OI There Was was born at Rockton Rocktonn RocktonUf
n Uf and educated in convents In Mlnno Mlnnoseta MlnneCta
seta Cta and Chicago hlcago Her father was as a awellknown awellknown aw11known
wellknown railroad contractor and her hertwo heatwC he
two brothers are nr now completing a con contract contra ¬
tract tra t for the 3000000 government dam dambeing dambeing darnbeing
being constructed for Irrigation purposes purposesBelle purposesJ
J Belle 3e le Fourche Fourc c S Dak Miss Burke made madeher madeher
her first appearance In a a performance of ofEveryman orEvoryman
Everyman at Lake Chautauqua and andtor andtor
tor a atlme time was in the BushTemple BushT mple stock stockcompany stooklompany
company of Chicago Later she toured touredthe
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1 1the the West In Trilby Trllb as Kundry in inFarsifal InFarslnl
Farsifal and In a round of Shake Shakespearean Shakespearean ¬
spearean parts During the past summer summershe summershe
she was the Celia In openair perform performanc performances
anc ances a of As You Like It Its at Lake Ho Hopalacong Hopataoong
palacong Miss Burke Is the athletic athletictype 8thletlctype
type of girl tenls golf and swimming swimmingaro swimmingara
aro ara ar her favorite recreations and she he is isan Isan
an expert horsewoman horsewomanVirginia horsewomanVirginia
Virginia VirgInta Pearson who strews passion passionate passionato passionate ¬
ate red roses upon Hllliard In a pale palegreen palegretn palep
p green light Is a very striking Kentucky Kentuckybeauty Itentuckybe
4 beauty be uty of pronounced brunette type Col ColJohn ColJohn ColJohn
John T McCauley ot Louisville original originalsponsor originalAsponsor
Asponsor for Mary Iary Anderson was her die dieeOV < 31acoveres1
coveres1 eOV rel Col McCauley McCaule secured Miss MissPearson MillsPearson
Pearson her first dramatic engagement In InJessie InJesslo
Jessie Lynch Williams newspaper play playTho playThe playThe
The Stolen Story After that she ahoplayed sheplayed shoplayed
played the lead In Under Southern SouthernSkies SouthernSkies SoutflerSides
Skies Arizona and A Gentleman Gentlemanfrom Gentlemanfr9m
from Mlalsslppl followed by important importantstock 1mportantstock importantstock
stock engagements Later she made madevy a avery f1v
very v ry great hit as Laura in the New York Yorkr Yorkprpducton YorkprPduCtlOfl
r prpductlon of Children of Destiny On Onthp Onth
thp th maternal side Miss Pearson traces tracesback tracesback tracesback
back through a long line of nshters from fromGerr fromGen fromGer
Gen Galloway of Revolutionary renown rerqwnto ren I1 I1to
to wearers of the Confederate gray and andCuban andCuban andCuban
Cuban khaki From her father she in inherits Inhrlts Inberits ¬
herits tastes that find expression In short shortstory shortstory
story writing for Munseys and other othermagazines othermagnzln6S
magazines She draws art posters and andcolor andcolor andcolor
color pages Her pictures of longlimbed longlimbedthoroughbred longUmbedthoroughbred
thoroughbred society girls are familiar familiarRobert raml1larnobert familiarTtobert
Robert Hllllard actor and playwright playwrightwas playwrightwas
was born In New York City and edu educated eduCated educated ¬
cated at New York College Coll gQ and Bishops BishopsCollege BIshoptColl BishopsCollege
College Coll ge Lennoxvllle Canada He made madeha madehla
ha first appearance on the stage at the theCriterion theCrIterion theCriterion I
Criterion Theater Brooklyn built andowned and andowned ind indowned
owned by him In False Shame His Hisfirst Hisftrlt Hisfirst
first appearance in New York was at atthe atthe atthe
the Standard Theater when he played playedRichard plaed1Uchard
Richard Sweeney Sweene In A Daughter of Ire Ireland Ire Ireland Ireland ¬
land Georgia Cayvan had the title role roleSubsequently roleSUbsequently yoleSubseuenUy
Subsequently he created the roles rolo of ofBarnes otUarnes olflames
Barnes In Mr Barnes of New ow York YorkBerry YorkPerry YorkRerry
Berry Bascom In Blue Jeans Gen GenUelaroche GenDelaroche GenIlelaroche
Uelaroche In Paul Kauvar Johan In InThe 1nXho InThe
The Pillars of Society Victor Staun StauntOn StauntOn StauntOn
tOn In The White Squadron He was wasleading wasIeziding wnsIfldlng
leading man for tor Mrs Langtry In the theFifth thePlfth thcFifth
Fifth Avenue Theater Other plays in inwhich InwhiCh I Iwh1eh
which he created leading parts were wereThe wereThe werEThe
The Golden Giant Elaine A Pos Possible Possible PeaI ¬
sible Case The Balloon Lara LaraAcross LaraAcross LamAcross I
Across the Potomac Capt Paul Pault Pauland Paulo Paulomd Pauland
and his own ow play pIa Adrift AdriftMr AdrtttMr AdriftMr
t
Mr Hilliard starred Jointly with Paul PaulArthur PaulArthur Pau I IArthur
Arthur in The Nominee and The TheSleep TheSleep I Iieep
Sleep ieep Walker He made his first ap appearance appearance uppearance ¬
pearance on the London stage at tilE thfoCourt ttleCourt I ICourt
Court Theater in ISM iSil in The Littlest LittlestGirl LittlestGirl LittlesiGirl
Girl Returning to America he was wasseen wasseen wasseen
seen In The Mummy ummy A New Yorker Yorkerand Yorkerand Yorkerarid
and as the th Earl of Woodstock who whoknocked whoknocked whcknocked
knocked out th thE tl professional boxer in inthe Irthe
4 the club lub Scone of ot the Drury Lane melo melodrama melodrama meloiirama ¬
drama Sporting Sporting Spertin Life LifeSince LiteSince LifeSince
Since then his most notable appearances appearanceshave appearanceshave C Chave
have been in Wheels Within Wheels WheelsJim WheelsJim WheelsJim
Jim Bludeo Blud o That Man Ian and I and andaa andas am I Ias
as the express robber In Belascos orig original origInal origIrtal ¬
inal New York production of The Girl Girltf Girlthe I IC
tf C the Golden West WestBefore WestBefore est estDetore
Before A Fool There Was as brought broughthim broughthim t thim
him his fullest legitimate success suc ess Hllllard Hllllardepent Hlt1lardfpent i ispent
spent ssvoral seasons In vaudeville in inAs inAs ft I IAs
As a Man Sows liThe The Man ran Who ho Won Wonthe Wonthe Wo Wothe
the Pool nnd Number 973 973George fn3Geore 7 7Georg0
George Clare who has played the butler butlerwith butlerwtth r rwith
with Robert HIlliard in every porform porformance performI
1 ance of A Foo FOOl There Was as will 111 be berememberqd befmem1erQd bi biremembered
remembered for his excellent exc Jlent comedy comedyaot comedyaotIng act actIng aoting
Ing In Brewsters Millions MillionsSome 111I11on5Some MillionsSome
Some reminders aa to the career of Otis OtisSkmner OtisSkinner Oi S SSkinner
Skinner SkmnerBorn SkinnerBornAt SkinnerBornAt
Born BornAt At Cambride Mass June 28 S ISflS ISflSHis lSQiHis L LHis
His father fatherThe Tha Rev He Charles A Skin Skinner SkinnEr Skinncr ¬
ner a Unlvarsallst minister ministerHis nllnlstorIiiS ministerThe
His moth motherA r A Bartholomew Barthol mew of Puritan Puritanstock Puritanstock S Sstock
stock who wont to Cambridge from New NewYork NewYork Ne NeYork
York State StateEducated StateEducatedAt StateEducatedAt
Educated EducatedAt At Hartford Conn ConnFirst ConnFirst ConnFirst
First stage appearance appearanceAt At Woods Wo dfI Mu Museum Iu IuBeum ¬
MuL
seum Philadelphia Ootober 2ft ae Mil when whenbeing whenbeing wiserbeing L
being Jim a negro In Woodlolgh he her her h e erceLved
r rceLved elved S3 JSa a week weekFirst wokFrst weekFirst
First New N w York appearance appearanceIn In 1SS4 at atNIWo5 atNIl a t tNliios
NIWo5 NIl > lo5 Garden in Enchantment The TheIlis The TheMuseum Th 0 0nseum
Museum Ilis um in In Philadelphia and the Gar Gardqn Gardftn Gardtm
dqn in New York were well known knowntheaters knowntheaters a atheaters
theaters of the day with nothing curious curiouscr curiouscr a ap
cr p horticultural about their stages stagesFirst stasesFirst stagesFirst
First ucce uccosAa s As Francois in Riche Richelieu Richelitlu fichebnu ¬
lieu supporting Edwin Booth in 1S36 1S36First 1StiFt
First Ft t appearahce apP6r appearace 1ce as leading man manWith manWithLawronce manWitLawrence With WithLawrence ii
Lawrence Barrett In 1S86 1S86With lSUWth igWIth
With Dalys Famous Company In New NewYork NewYorklS81 Ne NeYork1S87
York YorklS81 1S87 to 1S83 Inclusive InclusiveLeading InclusIveLeading inclusiveLeading
Leading man m n for Booth and Modjeska Modjeskathen Modjoskathen I Ithen
then Costars Costar1SI9 Costar1SI9First Costars1S9First 139 139First
First become a star starlS9 starlS9First star1S1First 1S84 1S84Flr
Flr First i played pl Od HamletS HamletlSCostarred HamletlS1iCostfirred HamletSCostarred
Costarred in Shakespearean roles with witht withAda wit
I
t Ada Rehanl9 Rohan1oe341 31 31His 3frl 3frlHis
His recent roles folosThe The Harvester 19W 19WTh 19MThe 1904The I
Th The Duel 1H6 Tha Honor of the theFamily theFamiu th thFamiLy
Family 1907 Your Humble Servant SenantUfe SerantlA9
Ufe 1491 1491Iaz4IedTo J 1 1MattledTo
Married MattledTo To Miss Maud Iaud Durban once oncehik oncalS ono C Cht
hik ht lS leading woman omnn In April ISIS ISISLast 18ttLast 18gLast
Last In Washington WashingtonWith With The Honor Honorof Honoror Hone r ror
or th thFami1Y thFami1Y2Iax Family FamilyMaxFJgman FaI1Inx
MaxFJgman 2Iax Inx Flgman the star of Mary Janes JanesPa JanespnfiCgsn Jane S Shis
Pa pnfiCgsn > began his stage sta o career when a boy boyIn boyIn1tl bo y yIn
In In1tl Tits 1ff teens te ns first appearing in musical musicalcqmedy musicalCQmedl l lcimedy
cqmedy f fDeveloping Developing remarkable prom promise promhse promie ¬
ise as tin 1ir actor he soon joined the ranks ranksof ranktiot a aof
of the dramatic players and and became becameidentified becameIdentified becam IC ICIdentified
identified with Important New York pro productions prodQCttons I Iduetions ¬
ductions Among the plays In which he heachieved heIlc h e eachieved
achieved Ilc leved distinction were Around the theWorld th e eWorld
World 011 1 In Eighty Days Burmah The TheVoyage TheVoyage Tb e
eI
Voyage of Suzette Suz tte Poet and Puppets Puppets1Dlvorcons PupJetaDlvorcons PuppetsDivorcons I
Dlvorcons Loves Extract The TheWar3 TheWara Tb C CWara
Wara of France The Passport A AMisfit AMisfit ItMisfit
Misfit Marriage The Marrlaga Irrlag of Kit Kitty Iltt Ku Kutit ¬
ty t tit Xiljitla tit1e Iftle Nell and the Marchioness MarchionessMiranda MarchionessMiranda MarchionessMiranda
Miranda qf the Balcony BaJcon and Gretna GretnaGreen GretnaGreen a aGreen
Green During Durin his early days Mr Fig Flgman Figman Figman
man was a member of the famous Au Augustln AugusUn Augustin
gustln Daly Stock Company Several Severalyears Severallars Ll Llyears
years lars agQ he was associated with Mrs MrsFiske MrsFiske Mr I IFiske
Fiske as her producing director and dur during durIng duelag ¬
ing this time he attracted the admiration admirationof a aof
of the press for his performances of Tqr Tqrwald Tor Torwnld Torwald
wald Helmer In A Dolls House and andAssessor a an d dAsseSSOr dAEsessor
Assessor Brack r < IC In InHeddll Hedda Gabler Mr MrIlgman Mrngman Mi MiIigman
Ilgman commenced his stellar career careerfour caree r rloin
four seasons ago in The Man on the theBox theBox th e eBox
Box and The Substitute SubstituteAlbert SubstituteAlbert SubstituteAlbert
Albert Garcia Andrews of Otis Skin Skinners Skinners Ski 1 ¬
ners company was for sixteen years yearsprincipal yearsprIncipal yeai 8
principal comedian with tho late Richard RichardMansfleld RlohardMllnsfreld RlohnrMallsfleld d
Mansfleld He Ite originated eighteen Impor irnpoiJ ¬
J
i tant t ant roles in the famous Mansfield lIan8n ld pro productlons productions
ductlons d Although Mr Andrews Andrew Is an anAmerican n nAmerican
American A merican by b birth he made his first ap appearance appearance
pearance p earanco on the stage In the support of ofJohn otJohn
John J ohn Baldwin Buckstone in London and andafterward andafterward
afterward a appeared with such famous famouastars iamoullstars
as
stars s tars aa Barry B rr Sullivan Dion Boucl Boucland Douclcault
cault c ault and Henry Irving When Irving Irvingfirst IrvingI
I first fi rst played Hamlet at the London LondonLyceum LondonLceum
Lyceum L yceum Mr Andrews distinguished him himself himselr
self s elf by b a remarkable personation of the thefirst thefirst
first f grave digger He achieved another anothernotable anothernotable
notable n hit as Peter in Irvings sumptu aumptuous sumptuous
ous o us production of Romeo and Juliet JulietReturning JuUetReturning Julieteturning
Returning R eturning to this country on the first firstvisit firstvtslt
visit v isit of Irving and Miss Terry he was waaengaged US USenga
engaged enga e ngared ed by Richard Mansfield Man field and nd origi orlglnated originated
nated n ated the role of Sheridan In the first firstproduction firstproduction
production p roduction of Beau Brummel Mr MrAndrews MrAndrews
Andrews A ndrews is a master m 8ter of makeup as all allplaygoers aUplay
playgoers play p laygoers oers who saw hlsx hIs vivid vivid character characterportrait characterportrait
portrait p ortialt t tit > f sexagenarian sexag narlan Rouget In Otis OtisSkinners otJsSkfnners
Skinners S success of two years ago The TheHonor TheHonor
Honor of the Family will 111 testify testifyNOTE testifyNOTESOF
NOTE NOTESOF S OF THE STAGE STAGERare
Rare songs like rare poems are some sometimes sometimes ¬
times t found foun in the most obscure places placesTho placesTho placesho
Tho T ho greatest srcatc t hit in Our Miss GIbbs Glbbsentitled GIbbsentitled
entitled e Come Tiny Goldfish was dis discovered dlscovored ¬
covered c In a heap of old manuscripts manuscrlpta In InParis InParis
Paris by b Fred Wright three years ago agowhen 1go 1gowhen
when he was searching for a duet for forThe torThe or
The Prince of Pilsen PUs en In which he was wasthen wasthen
then t starring In the French capital capitalIt capitalIt
It will be good news to many that the theNichols theNichols
Nichols sisters are on Chases October Octoberlist Octoberlist
list l ist
listLulu I
Lulu Glaser is ready read to begin her star starring starring ¬
ring r ing tour In The Girl and the Kaiser KaiserJohn KtlsQrJohn
John Philip Sousa told a friend of his histhat histhat hishat
that t hat The Glassblowers would be b the thelast thelast theast
last l ast opera oper he Intends to write writeThe rite riteThe
The Girl in the theTaxi Taxi with an all allstar allstar
star s tar cast is one of the th October attrac attractions attractlon ¬
tions tlon t at the New National NationalDwlght Nat1ona1Dwight
Dwight Elmendorfe first lecture at the theNew theNew
New National this year eor will be on London London Lon ¬
don
Richard Fletohtr F1etohrbusine business manager manager for forNaw torl forNew
New l w York the intellectual melodrama melodramaby melodramaby
by William J Hurlbut which follows followsRobert followsRobert followsRobert
Robert Hllllard at the Columbia says saysthat 8aSthat
that t Covington of the Times In Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia proclaimed that New York is isthe isthe
the greatest drama of the age ageFiatcher ageFletcher
Fletcher says that the Rev Re Charles H HBond II IIBond
Bond one of Philadelphias most promi prominent prominent prominent ¬
nent moral reformers went on record as asfollows asfollows
follows New York Is the greatest the theatrical the theatrical theatrical ¬
atrical sermon ever preached on the theAmerican theAmerican
American stage stageVilmos stageYf1mos stageVilmos
Vilmos Westony the Hungarian virtu virtuoso virtuoso ¬
oso at Chases next week Is ono of the thefew thetew thefew
few living musicians permitted by tho thowidowed thoIdowed
widowed Idowed Frau Wagner to o play on the thepiano thepiano thepiano
piano used by her husband the composer composerWagner composeragner
Wagner WagnerThe agner agnerThe
The Western Vaudeville Managers nasers As Association p psoelatlon s ¬
sedation Is now booking the Family The Theater Theater ¬
ater Indianapolis IndianapolisThe IndianapolisThe
The Rolfonlans are under underoontrnct contract to toappear toappear
appear at Chases In October OctoberMHHcent OatoberMillicent
Millicent Evans who last season scored scoreda
a success aa Paulette Paul tto in The Blue BlueMoose BlueMoose BlueMoose
Moose has signed as leading lady in inThe InThe InThe
The Club Douglas Fairbanks new newplay newpIny newplay
play which opened o ned In Atlantic City CityNorman Clt CltNorman CityNorman
Norman Wendell after playing a sue successful suecessrul sueceasful ¬
cessful summer season in Duluth is now nowplaying nowplR nowplaying
playing plR lng heavies In the Calumet Stock StockCompany StockCompan StochCompany
Company Chicago ChicagoChasos ChicagoChascs ChicagoChases
Chases announces a contract with An Annabello Annabelle Annabelle
nabelle Whitford WhitfordRose WhitfordRose hUtord hUtordRoe
Rose E Ainsworth Is playing the tea featurod teatur tealured
lured tur lead In Gilson Bradfielda A ABachelors ABachelors A ABachelors
Bachelors Honeymoon HoneymoonBrlgham HonoymoonBrigham HoneymoonBrigham
Brigham Royce has been engaged for forthe forthe toithe
the part of Alclblades In Frederick FrederickWardes FrederickVardes FredericWardes
Wardes revival of Timon of Athens AthensAndy AthensAndy AthensAndy
Andy Rice Is In polite vaudeville and andIs andIs an I Iis
Is booked for Chases early next month monthMr monthMr monthMr
Mr Rowden Hall who has been with withLlebler withLiebler S SLiebler
Liebler Co for a number of years yearsthis yearstn yearsthis
this tn season e 3on Is appearing In The For Fortunes Fortunea Fortunes ¬
tunes of Betty Dett In the support of Cecil CecilSpooner CedISpooner I ISpooner
Spooner SpoonerMiss SpoonerM15s SpoonerMiss
Miss Fannie Louise Carter a well wellknown wellknown
known California actress will be seen seenin seenIn aceeIC
in th the east st of the new rural play pIa TheFortun8 The TheFortunes ThiFortunes
Fortunes of Betty Dett that Miss Cecil CecilSpooner CecilSpooner 1 1Spoonor
Spooner Is presenting presentingTom prosenUngTom presentingTorn
Tom Terries arrived on tho Arabic to toproduce toproduce t tproduce
produce Scrooge a short version v rslon of ofDickens ofDickens o t tDickens
Dickens Christmas Carol under nder the themanagement themanasement th S Smanagement
management of William Morris With Withhim Wfthhim I Ihim
him will wilibe be Charles Dodsworth The run runwill runwll rui ruiwill
will continue for thirty thlrt weeks eeks After that thatMr thatMr tha t tMr
Mr and Mrs Terriss will do their dances danceswhich danceswhich danceswhich
which have been popular in England EnglandStella EnglandStella EnglandStella
Stella Archer ArcherStella AroherStella ArcherStella
Stella Archer who personates the sweet sweetand sweetand swoe t tand
and winsome wlnsoJle but neglected wife in A AFool Al L LFool
Fool l ool There Was as owes her engagement engagementto t tto
to Robert Hllllards vivid remembrance remembranceof S Sof
of a part that he saw her play In a stock stockcompany stockOOmpanJ t tcompany
company She was the Lady Anne In InRichard 1nRlchard ii rs rsRichard
Richard III and he never forgot It ItMis ItMia itMiss
Mia Archer Is a Philadelphia girl whofirst who whofirst wh D Dfirst
first went upon the stage in Richard RichardMansfields RichardMansfi RichardMansfields
Mansfields Mansfi lds big production of Henry V VShe vShe VShe
She achieved great uccess as a a stock stockleading stoclleading steelleading
leading woman and hod arrived In San SanFrancisco Sanl Sai ri riFrancisco
Francisco l to begin an engagement on the thevery theven tb 0 0very
very night nlg t before the earthquake Her Hersufferings Hersutterngs He r rsufferings
sufferings during durjn tho period that followed followedand followedand I Iand
and the loss of all her personal belong belongings belongIngs belongings ¬
ings caused a shock of nervous prostra prostration prostration prostration ¬
tion that kept her off the stage for more morethan morethan mor e ethan
than a year But her complete restora restoration restoratfon restoratlon ¬
tion was as shown last summer when she shecaptured sheaptuled sh e ecaptured
captured si7eril s v rl medal for longdistance longdistanceswimming longdistanceswimming e eswimming
swimming contests off art the Long Island Islandcoast Islandcoast Thlan ThlanCOflSt
coast
UXew Sew YorkThe YorkThe York rorkThe
The first performance p i4rformance rformnnce of A H Woods Woodsproduction Woodsproduction Woodeproduction
production of New Ne York took place placeat placeat plac 0 0at
at the Opera House Bayonne N J Sep Septembejr Septemb Septembq
tembejr temb 15 before an audience which com comprised comprised cornprised ¬
prised A L L Erlanger Daniel Frohman Frohmanand Frohmanand Frohrnarand
and several other prominent p omlnent New York Yorkmanagers Yorkmanagers YorJ I Imanagers
managers and theatrical people This Thisthreeact Thisthreeact Thi S Sthreeact
threeact play Ig i by William J Hurlbut HurlbutThe HurlbutThe HurlbulThe
The cast Includes Laura Nelson Hall as asNora asNora a aNora
Nora Nelson Mary Mar Shaw as Edna Maces MaceyFrances MacesFrances race raceFrances
Frances Whltehouse hltehouse as Gertrude Hayes HayesFlorence HayesFlorence HayesFlorence
Florence Burdett as Katie Orrin Johnson Johnsonas a aas
as Oliver King Mortimer Wciden eiden as asWendell asWendell a aWendell
Wendell Randolf Frank Craven as Chris ChrisMcKnight ChrisMcKnlght Chri ChriMcKnight
McKnight and Vaughan Trevor as John JohnThe JohnThe I IThe
The drama tells a vivid story of city life lifehi litefn lit litwhich
hi which the happiness of a man and andwoman andwoman an anwoman
woman is almost wrecked through the thewrongdoing thewrongdoing th e ewrongdoing
wrongdoing of others but the sordid side sideof sideot aid e eof
of life is overbalanced by the honesty honestyand honestyand honest I Iand
and uprightness of the two chief charac characters characters characters ¬
ters New York will have a Broadway Broadwayproduction Broadwayproduction Broadwa I Iproduction
production In October
I IEleenenrolll
BERTA DONN A FIND FINDElevenyenrolil
Elevenyenrolil Girl of Unusual UnUllUalTnlent
Talent Discovered in Cant Side S1t1eDlrClctor
Director Ames of the New Theater TheaterNew
New N ew York and George Foster Platt pro producer producer ¬
ducer du cer of modern dramas drnm have disco discovred dlscocreel discoed
creel er red ed an elevenyearold girl of the East BastSldo EastSido
Sldo Si clo possessing such rare dramatic sense sensoand sen80and
and a nd talent that they have engaged her herto herto
to play a speaking part in Tho Blue BlueBird BlueBIrd
Bird B ird and and have assigned her to under understudy understud ¬
study stud st udy one of the principals And this In Inspite Inspite
spite s pite of the fact that she has ha never had hadstage badstago hadage
stage st age experience Mr Platt believes that thatwith thatwith
with w ith proper training ana encouragement encouragementthe
the th e girl may mn become famous as an act actress actress ¬
ress re ss
ressTho
Tho discovery of Borta Donnfor that thatIs thatIs thatthe
Is the childs namo namecame came ame about through throughMrs throughIrs
Mrs M Irs rs Marlon T D Barton of the divi division dlvlslon ¬
sion sl on of child hygiene of the health de department dep ¬
partment p rtment who first recognized her un unusual unusual ¬
usual u sual ability and brought her to the at attention attentton ¬
tention te ntton of Director Ames while he was waSrecruIting
recruiting r Tho Blue Bird company a afew arew
few fe w weeks ago Out of fifty applicants applicantson appllcanton
on o n the day of her presentation Berta Bertawas Bertawas
was w ws as the only one accepted nc epted and her en engagement engngement
wg
gagement g was made three minutes after aftersho aftersho
sho s he had been ushered Into tho directors directorsoffice dlrectorsofflce
office o ffice In fact tact she made such a strong strongImprosslon strongImpression
Impression I that she was at once assigned assigneda
a rob 10111llrs
Mrs Barton came to know the child childthrough childthrough
through t an odd Incident She Is assigned assignedto
to t o tho public schools and was seated In Inher Inher
her h er office one day when the door Bud suddenly Buddcnly
denly d enly burst open and a mlto of a girl girldanced girldanced girlanced
danced d anced Into the room Her eyes were weredeep wereeep er erdeep
deep d eep brown her hair long and straight straightand stralgtttand
and e nd Ijer 3er er skin a flushed uahod olive Waltzing Waltzingup altzlng altzlngup
up u p to the desk she regarded the woman womanwistfully womanlf vomanisttuliy
wistfully w lf ttuU and thon blurted out In a high highpiping highpiping
piping p iping voice voiceOh
Oh Mrs Barton Please when you youhave OU OUhave ouave
have h ave beautiful things In your onr life will willyou w111ou willou
you y ou save tho piece for me meOtis meOtis
Otis Skinner and Edwin Booth BoothA Boothntw
A now anecdote concerning BdwlnBooth EdwinBooth Edwin
Booth B ooth and his father the older Booth Boothwas Boothwas
was v as recently related by b Otis Skinner in inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he course of a conversation at the Play Players ¬
ers c m Club in New York Mr Skinner was wasfor wast
cf
for t or r several years associated profession professionally protoMlonally ¬
ally a lly with Edwin Booth playing opposite oppositeroles oppositeroles oppositeoles
roles r oles to him which vhi Lawrence Barrett Barretthad Darrotthad
had h ad previously prevlou h enacted during the joint jointcoatarrlng JoIntQostlrrlnJ
coatarrlng c tour It was in fact tact Law Lawrence LawTence ¬
rence Barrett who recommended Mr MrSkinner MrSkinner
Skinner S to Mr Booth Says Mr Ir Skinner SkinnerOno SkinnerOna
Ono day In a chat with tie great actor actorbehind actQrbehind
behind b ehind the scenes during an offstage in interxal Intenal
terxal t I questioned him about tho art artof artot
of o f his famous father and asked him If Ifhe trhe
he h e could describe to me In what ht manner mannerhis mannerhis manneris
his h is own style of acting differed from that thatof thatot thatof
of the elder Booth He answered me melaconically melaconically meaconically
laconically l with two words By quiet quietness qulatness quietness ¬
ness ness Later on he resumed r sumed the subject subjectdeclaring subjectdoolarlng subjecteclaring
declaring d I think that I act more quiet quietly quietly quiety ¬
ly l y than did my m father The old school schoolof schoolof schoolof
of acting was much noisier noisierthan than it Is Isnoxv Isnow is I Inow
now and effects were rnoc m vehemently vehementlyobtained vehomentl vehomentlbtained ehomentlyobtained
obtained obtainedMr obtainedMr o btainedMr
Mr Skinner himself testifies to having havingnoted havingnoted havineoted
noted n oted a a steadily Increasing trend of the theactors theactors th E Ectors
actors a art toward a thoroughly natural naturaland naturaland naturand
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and a nd quiet style of reading and interpre interpretation Interpretation interpreation ¬
tation t I doubt If Edwin Forrests loud louddeclamatory louddeclamator I Ieclamatory
declamatory d style would appeal to audi audiences audiences audinces ¬
ences e nces of today Of course the probabil probability probabll1t ¬
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ity 1t I W Is that he would If alive today todayachieve toda todaachieve todaychieve
achieve a the same quiet but highly dra dramatic dramatic dramatic ¬
matic effects that are now expected and anddemanded anddemanded an I Iemanded
demanded d by a more playcultured pub public publIc pubic ¬
lic l ic I IBelasco
Belasco Theater Bookings BookingsManager BookingsInnager BookingsManager
Manager L 1 I S Taylor of the Belaaco BelaacoTheater BelascoTheater BolaseETheater
Theater is announcing with considerable considerablepride conslderab1epride considerablipride
pride the list of bookings he has just justreceived justreceived jus t treceived
received from the Messrs Shubert for forthe torthe to r rthe
the month of October This list which whichwill whichw1ll whiciwill
will probably prove a standard for the theImportance theimportance thi C Cimportance
Importance of consecutive attractions attractionsbooked attractionsbooked C Cbooked
booked booked at any anyone one local theater is as asfollows asonowa a C Cfollows
follows followsCommencing followsCommencing onowaCommenc1ns
Commencing week of Ootober 3 Henry HenryTV HenryW iIenri r rW
W Savage will 111 otter his now star Ger Gertrude Gertrude Ocrtrude ¬
trude Quintan in her laughing triumph triumphMiss triumphMiss
Miss 1155 Patsy Pats Succeeding attractions for forthe torthe to r rthe
the same month will be the dainty and andvivacious andIvaclous am I Ivivacious
vivacious Fritz Scheff heading the nll nllstar nllstar allstar
star cast cast In the revival of The TheMikado TheMikado Tb 0 0Mikado
Mikado Lew Fields In the musical musicalcomedy musicalcomedr 1 1comedy
comedy The Summer Widows whichran which whichI s sran
I ran all last spring and summer In New NewYork NewYork Ne V VYork
York James T Powers In the phenom phenomenal phenomenal phenomonal ¬
enal success of the decade Havana HavanaEddie HavanaEddie HavanaEddie
Eddie Foy assisted by Emma Carus Caruso in inthe Inthe i a athe
the twenty scene mammoth spectacular spectacularmusical spectacularmusical r rmusical
musical revue Up and Down Broad Broadway Droadway Broadway ¬
way the New York Casinos biggest biggestsuccess biggestsuccess t tsuccess
success With such attractions Manager ManagerTaylor ManaS ManaSTaylor R RTaylor
Taylor expects that the utmost capacity capacityof y yof
of the Belasco will be taxed for many manyweeks mon monweeks I Itsceks
weeks
Academy Sunday Concert ConcertFor ConcertFor
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For the popular concert to be given givenat ghenat give giveat
at the Acadamy tonight the manage management managoment management ¬
ment takes pleasure In announcing that thatit thatIt the t thas
it has secured the wellknown Metropoli Metropolitan 2 IetropoJltan I Itan ¬
tan Quartet composed of singers who whohave whoh wh 0 0have
have h e won their popularity individually individuallyas indlviduall y yas
as wall as by their concerted work This Thisquartet Thisquartet Thi a aquartet
quartet has a selection of favorite songs songswhich songswhich song S Swhich
which It will present with all its accus accustomed accustomed accustamed ¬
tomed skill In addition to the Metro Metropolitan Metropolltan Metropolitan ¬
politan Quartet George Hellmuth has hasbeen hasbeen ha S Sbeen
been engaged for the evening and Billy BillyClark B111yClark Bill y yClark
Clark will also appear The motion pic pictures pictures 5 5tures ¬
tures to be presented Include many films filmsfrom filmsfrom film
from the best makers of America and andEurope andEurope an anEurope Ld
Europe producing picture dramas ad adventures adventuras I Iventures ¬
ventures and scenic marvels One of oftho orthe c if ifthe
the strongest programmes yet given at atany atany a t tany
any Academy concert Is promised promisedThe promisedThe promisedThe
The Yiddish Company CompanySpeaking CompanySpeakln CompanySpeaking
Speaking a Jargon consisting mainly of ofGerman otGerman c f fGerman
German with a slight sprinkling IprlnkU g of He Hebrew Hebrew 5 5brew ¬
brew that is not difficult to understand understandthe understandtho understancthe
the New York Yiddish Operetta Com Company Company Coerpany ¬
pany headed by David Levenson and un under under I Ider ¬
der the management n1l1nagement of Edwin A Relkln Relklnwill RelklnwIU 1 1ilI
will ilI return to the Columbia Theater to tonight tonight I Inight ¬
night In Meln Welbs Freund one of ofthe otthe c It Itthe
the latest of the New York successes successesMr successesMr 3 3Mr
Mr Levensons work has h 8 not only ap appealod IIppcal I Ipealed
pealed pcal d to the Yiddishspeaking people of ofNew otNew c it itNew
New York but has attracted the atten attention attention I Ition ¬
tion of and has been commented upon by bythe byth b y ythe
the th representative critics of that city cityArnold cityArnold cityArnold
Arnold Daly to toPay Pay Up TipThink UpThink UpThink
Think of It It Arnold Daly promises to topay topay t 0 0pay
pay his debts He said so himself on his hisreturn hisreturn hi s sreturn
return from London on August 31 He Hehas Hehas H e ehas
has Tiottset nota set the date when he will dole doleout dole del e eout
out the money but there are creditors creditorsblock a ablock ablock
block long who are anxious to know knowwhen knowwhen knoi knoiwhen
when Mr Daly will make a disburse disbursement disbursement disbursement ¬
ment The actor will start his season on onOctober onOctober o oOctober
October 15 He H intends to revive Ghosts GhostsYou GhostsYou GhostsYou
You Never Can Tell and Arms and andtho a an d dthe dthe
the Man and will also appear In Know KnowThyself Knoi now nowThselt V VThyself
Thyself ThseltLottie
lottie Gilson in Bellevue BellevneLottie BellevueLottie BellevueLottie
Lottie Gilson the vaudeville actress actresswas actresswas a awas
was taken from a furnished room In InWest InWest I n nWest
West Thirtyninth street street New York YorkCity YorkCltr Yor k kCity
City to Bellevue Hospital Monday night nightsuffering nJghtsuffering t tsuffering
suffering from gastritis and neuritis Her Hercondition HercondlUon Th sr srcondition
condition Is s said to be serious
AUTOMOBILE NEWS NEWSContinued NEWSContinued
Continued from Page Six Sixlegal Sixlegal
legal le gal complication which have followed followedit followedThe
it it The latest of these Is the decision by bya bya
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f a Justice of the New York Supreme Court Courtrelative Courtrelotlve
l relative re lative to the restrain restrainsg e g injunction to toprevent topoovent
prevent p revent the th delivery of the trophy which whichleaves whichleavcs
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leaves le aves the matter to be decided by the thecourts thecourts theourts
courts c upon Its merits merltaThe meritsThe
The injunction was secured secur ecureclby d by Harold HaroldO HiUo1O HaroldSmith <
O Smith of Indianapolis to prevent the thedelivery thedelivery theelivery
delivery d of tho trophy In accordance with withan withan withn
an a n alleged all sed illegal award by the contest contestboard contestboard contestoard
board b oard of the A A A A A The tight wni evi evidently eldently es ¬
dently d entiy be continued until the matter Is Isfinally Isfinally
finally fi nally decided decidedI
I wag particularly amused a short shorttime shorttlmeago
time tlmeago ti me ago when calling mng upon one of our ourlargo ourlarge
largo la rge dealers said Stewart MacDonald MacDonaldvice MacDonaldvlco
vice v ice president of the Moon Company to toa
a group of automoblllsts a few days ays ago agoThere ogoThert agoThere
There had been an obstinate customer customerwho
who w ho apparently was charmed with one oneof oneot
of o f our large cars BO much so that he hecould hecould
could c ould not resist dropping i Ii every day dayor dayor
or o r two into the salesroom IIal room admiring the thecar thecar
car c ar but as steadfastly refusing reusln to sign signthe signthe
1 the t he order At the time of my visit the theagent theagent
agent a gent seemed particularly happy In tho thofact thotact
fact t act that he had just landed him His Hiscustomer
customer c explained to him that he had hadlong hadlong hadong
long l ong admired tho car but had held oft oftbecause ortbecouse ottecause
because b ecause you Bee ho said fmy my mother motherinlaw mother1nlaw mothernlaw
inlaw i died about six years ago and we wehave wehove
have h ave been kind of thinking we would wouldbuy wouldbuy
j buy b uy her a nice monument but since I Ihave Ihn6
j have h ave seen this car and taken rides in inautomobiles Inautomobiles
automobiles a we havo come to the con conclusion conclusion conlusion ¬
clusion e that we would rather epend the themoney themOMy theoney
money m oney this way and an maybe she would wouldbe wouldjust
be b Just as well off offRev I
I IRe
Rev Re George W V Atkinson purchased a aBabcock aDabcock aabcock
Babcock B abcock electric while at Willlamsport WilllamsportPa
Pa P a and shipped It down yesterday yesterdayMr yesterdayMr I
Mr Bender and family left yesterday yesterdayfor yesterdayor csterdRYfor
for f or a run to Benedict stopping there thereovernight thereoornlght therevernight
overnight o and returning this evening eveningWhen eenlnghen eveningWhen
When hen a wooden propeller was placed placedIn
In i n the rear of an Overland test car and andpushed andpushed andushod
ip
pushed p ushod it by its own creative force orce a amile amile amile
mile a minute in a race with Brookins BrookinsIn
In i n a Wright Bros Bra aeroplane many per persons P6fsons perons ¬
sons e ons wondered wonderedGreater wonderedGreater wonderedGreater
Greater cause for wonder onder Is yet t in instore In8tor Intore
store 8tor s tore Will H Brown vice lee president presidentof
of o f the company compny p pove peovei > ve4 himself hlmicC a af man manof manof
of o f ideas Idea and tnd Mer 9fiUy sertly tly took the wind windwagon windwagon windwagon
wagon to a secluded ecude country count spot spt along alongthe atongthe alonShe
the t he White Vhto Rlv River r at Indianapolis Jnd Aplt recent recently rocentIy recentIp ¬
ly l Ip He then placed placo It upon upn a small mal float floatand noatand floatnd
and a nd fastened fatono it securely By B means mens of ofwires ofwires olires
wires s ires attached atache t te steering motng wheel and andthen andthen andhen
then t to the rudder rudde he e was we u enabled enable to totake totake teake
take t ake e 2 unique unque boat bot Joy jy ride rie To T his hissurprise hissurprie hisurprise
surprise surprie s he could not turn her on full fullforce funforce fullorce
force f orce A striking strking feature f ature tule i I that when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the propeller propele seta g to revolving about abut 603 603time 6 6 6imei
time tlme t imei a minute and ad the flout fiot glides glde up upstream upIroam at atstream
stream Iroam with wih ease ele the te wooden woen barge brge sinks sinksunder sinksundo I Iunder
under undo the waters wate surface and an to t per persons persons ¬
sons 5ns on the bank the oar gives glv the ap appearance a ap6ra apearanee ¬
pearance p6ra e of running rnning on the top of the theriver therver I Iriver
river rver It I has beaten bten every evey launch on the theriver therher theriver
river riverTho rherTh riverThei
Tho Th drive shaft of the car ca is not con connected connected ¬
cn cnnecte
nected necte with Ith the differential dlteroU The wood wooden WOd WOden wooden ¬
en propeller propOler is the Mra Mme AS used use on an anaeroplane anaeroplane I Iaeroplane
aeroplane and la about abut eight feet long longThe longThe longThe
The car weighs weSh 1100 I pounds poundsJack poundsJack
pun punJack
Jack Hartman lartIan HartWan of the th ZoU Motor otor Car CarCompany CarCompany CasCompany
Company left l t last night early for a aSundays i I ISundays
Sundays stay sta at Baltimore BaltimoreJ D 1more 1moreJ
J Quill and George Gerge W Harris Harr1 re returned r rturne saturned ¬
turned turne Saturday Satur Saturdarfriw fr row 4 ar trip tp tb trr tAftarC tAftarCVs tt ttYa fta ftaand
Vs and report reprt the Valley ValeY a1ley road r0d in fine finecondition tnc tnccondton S ScondItion
condition conditionThe condton condtonThe condItionThe
The preliminary preUmlnl announcement anRunement has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen
been made of the Indianapolis Iola s motor motorspeedway motorspewa motesspeedway
speedway spewa SCOmile OIio Mn international Intenton sweep sweepstakes sweepstakes sweepstakes ¬
stakes which will wU take place pao Saturday SaturdayMay Sturda SturdaMay SaturdayMay
May 27 2 1911 191 The cash csh prizes pzes will wU aggre aggregate agareC aggregate ¬
gate C te UIMO UO l Cars must mut show sow sho seventy seventyfive seventyfive ev6ty ev6tyfive
five miles mies per hour in order orer to t qualify qualifyTwo qualfy qualfyTwo qualifyTwo
Two electric elatrlc cars car left Jef N New w York last lastweek lasteek las lasweak
week eek on a longdistance longdistne tour of 1000 1000miles 100miles
miles through New England Englnd for the pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose of showing that tht the electric eletric ve vehicle vchlce yehide ¬
hide hlce is aa a fully tuly capable cpbl of traversing traversingthe traversingthe traversin t tthe
the average country cuntry roads rod and climbing climbingthe elimbinithe lmblng lmblngthe
the hills in the White and
his rhfe Green Moun Mountain Mountain Mountam ¬
tain tam districts as the higherpowered bllherpweed gas gasoline gasoline gasoline ¬
oline machines machln0 This Is the first firt time timein tme tme1n tim S SIn
in tho history hl tar of the electric eletric vehicle In Industry Induatn induetry ¬
dustry that a tour of such magnitude magnitudeand masnlude masnludeand magnitudeand
and embodying emOlng such varying vayIng road rOd condi conditions cndi cnditons conditions ¬
tions tons has ever been be attempted atempted and its itsresults Is Isresuls it itresults
results resuls will bo watched with wih keen Inter Interest Interest intereat ¬
est by all al motorists motoristsThe motorists motoristsThe
The route selected selocte Is I the Ideal Idel tour as aslaid aslaid a C Claid
laid out by b A L Westgard Htgr of the Tour TourIng TourIng TourIng
Ing Club of America Ameica The reason reasn for forchoosing torchoosing to tochoosing
choosing this route rute was as because bOuie It I will willpresent wJ nil 1 1present
present preent the most mt convincing object objec lee lesson le leeson ¬
son to compare compre the ability abity of the elec electric ele eloctrio ¬
tric machine to travel successfully 8UC08stul over overthe oerthe ose osethe
the same roads rods ae a gasoline as1ne cars While Whilethere Whie Whiethero WisHthere
there are many man miles mle of macadam ncdam on the theroute theroute tb tbroute
route long stretches strttches of ordinary dirt dirtroad dirtrod dir dirrend
road rod are encountered occasionally oCslonaly with withrough wih wihrough witirough
rough and sandy stretches while whie the thehills thehUls tb tbhills
hills in tho mountain district are as se severe asyore ¬
yore ere as the average tourist tourst will wi moat moatwith mcatwith moo t twith
with The cars will wi climb clmb the Crawford Crawfordand Crwtord Crwtordand 1 1and
and Franconla Notches In the White WhiteMountains Whie WhieMountains C CMountains
Mountains and oro orOs cross s tho difficult difcult Peru PeruMountain ParuMountain Per U UMountain
Mountain In the Green Gren Mountain ountaln range rangeof rangeot 0 0of
of Vermont VermontThe VermontThe VermontThe
The Imperial Motor Company Compny delivered delivereda d da
a a White Whle touring car fully rul equipped equipped last lastweek lastweek las it itweek
week to R Rapley RapleyThe Raple1The RapleyThe
The Automobile Automoblo Club of Washington Washingtonheld Wahington Wahingtonheld n nheld
held a mooting mootng Friday FrtfY to consider considarproposition a aproposition npropositon
proposition propositon rolatlvo rolatve to the moving of the theclubhouse theclubhouse th thclubhouse
clubhouse to Randle Heights made by byCol b bCol y yCot
Col Randle The board bord of governors will willmeet wi 11 11meet
meet at 11 1 a n m today and go out and andlook andlook an d
look over the property It I Is proposed proposedestablish to toestablish toestablsh 0
establish establsh golf links lnks tennis courts base baseball bae baebol I Ibali ¬
ball bol field c in addition addlton to auto sheds shedsand shedsand shed 5 5and
and poI Randle will wil maintain maintin a a pack packof packot pac k kof
of hounds If his hi proposition proposion is accepted acceptedH acceptecH
H B Leary Lear agent for the Bailey Bnley elec electric el dcc dcctric c ctrlc ¬
tric left yesterday for a trip to Brad Braddock Braddock L Ldock
dock Heights returning Monday londny night nightGen night nightGen nightGen
Gen Buchanan and party part were ex expected expected e epected ¬
pected back last night from Virginia Hot HotSprings HotSprings Hc HcSprings
Springs The The general returned a week weekago weekago wee
ago from an extended extende trip up through throughthe throughthe througt h
the New England States and the Berk Berkshire Berkshire Ben Benshire t ¬
shire Mountains MountainsThe MountainsThe MountainsThe
The Dupont Garage has ha Just Installed a alarge alarge
ag
large air nr compressor with wih pipes running runningaround runningaround runnin runninaround g
around the wall making it I possible to topump topump I Ipump
pump a tire up by merely tapping the thepipe thepipe tt ttpipe
pipe and Inserting Insertng a plug Any motorist motoristwith motoristwih motori
with wih a flat tire tre and no Pump Is Invited to touse toUBe I Iuse o
use tho compressor free free of t charge chargeWith chargeIth
With Tith Ith few marks to show after afer four fourmonths tourmonths tot totmonths ir
months touring through Canada Caade visiting visitingMontreal vIstng vIstngMontreal vis4tin vis4tinMontreal
Montreal and Ottawa Otawa and returning by byway byway 1 1way
way of or Detroit Detri Mr W M Leftwlch Leftwlchwife Lftwich Lftwichwie Lcttwlclwife
wife wie and two children chidrenWila childrenWilliam William aged agednine agednine age d dnine
nine and Hunter aged twelve and Miss MissMarlon MissMarlon Mis 55 55Marion
Marlon Cobbs aged thirteen thlrteenrrlvcd arrived in inWashington lnWashtngton I IWashington
Washington last week They will leave leavetoday leavetoday leas leastoday
today for Atlanta Atanta Birmingham and andtowns andtown an
towns town on the way rounding up at their theirhome theirhome the ir
home Nashville Tenn about Christmas ChristmasThey Christma ChristmaThey s
They have already traveled 3600 86 miles milesand mies miesand miii miiiand
and gone through Kentucky Ohio Mich Michigan MichIgan Mid Midigan ¬
igan part of Canada Maine Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachisetts ¬
setts New York New Jersey Jere Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsyyanks ¬
yanks vania and Maryland Mnryllnd without wihout a i a single sing 18
puncture punctOre p unctjre or tire trouble The car Is a abig abIg ag
big bi biin g Oldsmoblle 6 and the to equipment equipmentIncludes equipmentIncludes equipmentcludes
Includes in cludes everything from a toy airship airshipon alrlhlp alrlhlpon
on o oa n tho radiator ndlator to a combination shovel shovelax shovelax shovelx
ax a x hammer and pick pickGeorge pickGeorge pickGeorge
George P Sacks S cks and family taUy returned returnedyesterday returne returnedesterday
y esterdaY from trm an extended tour through throughthe throu throughe h ht
the t th e North In his hl Lozier Six SIx They Theyhave Theyhave Theyave
have h ave been gone gne a month and had a a very veryenjoyable veryenJoablo verynjoyabie
enjoyable e time timePEWER timeFEWR timeEWER
PEWER FEWR P EWER AMERICAN AMROA CARS CAESNOW CARSNOW JAIlSNOW
NOW TAKEN TAKN TO EUROPE ETIEOPEParis EUOPE EUOPEParis EUROPEParis
Paris Sept Sept 24 2The The taste for longdis longdistance longdlstnn longdieance ¬
tance tnn t ance e automoblllngr automobJng seems seema to be waning waningMany waningMan waningany
Many Man M any Americans who customarily customariy bring bringtheir brng brngtheir
their t heir own cars to Europe have left ler them themat themat
at at a t home this season finding find flndln In It more sat satisfactory aatIstatorr satifactory ¬
isfactory is ifactory In many ways to hire automo automobiles automobUe automoilea ¬
biles bUe b ilea hero and make expeditions expeditons from the thecenters thecenters theenters
centers c where they tey are visiting visitingPerhaps vlIUngPerhaps visitingPerhaps
Perhaps Frances decision to Issue In International Internatonal Inernational ¬
ternational ternatonal t certificates certltcates to foreigners or lgnrf be belonging belonging ¬
longing lo nging to the countries co un tros not adhering to tothe tothe tohe
the t he International convention of October
1009 1 10 00 will revive the longdistance tours toursas touras
as a s the courtesy benefits Americans al almost almost alost ¬
most m ost solely all al countries except the theUnited theUnIted
United U nited States being adherents a herent8 of the con convention oonventon conention ¬
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Another notber Bridge in Mind MindThe iitndrho nd ndThe
The tog Is perfectly perfecty awful aWfUl Henry Henrysaid Heny Henysaid HeirYaid
said s aid Mrs Brooklyn as a she entered too tnetateroom tootateroom ne neIItateroom
tateroom s of the Atlantic Atantc liner 1n r 14nd and the thecaptain thecaptain theaptain
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